Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 26, 1957 · Page 10
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 10

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, December 26, 1957
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Ten Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Throngs Of Pilgrims Worship In Bethlehem BETHLEHEM (UP)—Thousands of pilgrims jammed the Little Town of Bethlehem Wednesday to grotto believed to have housed the stable where he was born. Latin Patriarch Alberto Gori celebrated .- v .. i* wi. ut.tiiii;iic;.iii t» cuiicoudj i\j ,., . ,, , worship at shrines to the Prince a pontifical mass at the nearby of Peace in the midst of an un- ch ,F ch °f st -, Ca herine. easy world. The anniversary of the birth of Christ was marked by Orthodox, Roman Catholic and Protestants, each in their own way at their own services. Christians from Israel joined Christmas from Jordan to mark Christendoms greatest day. The border between the two hostile countries was quiet and the whole Holy Land joined in rejoicing over She holiday. A graven image of the Christ child lay in a manger in the The little church was filled to overflowing. Long before the mass began, streets around the church was clogged with pilgrims struggling to get to the mass. Police held the crowds back, but their noisy appeals for entry to the church could be heard inside even during the services. It rained periodically throughout Christmas eve, but by early morning, stars shone clear and bright on shepherds watching their flocks through the night in the Judean hills. Church bells pealed and choirs sang. CIRCUS MAN Rites Friday For Famed Circus Man PERU—Funeral services for Terrel Jacobs, 54, of Twelve Mile, to Fred 0. Lenon, who is deceased. Carroll County Native, Bertha Lenon, Expires Bertha 0.. Lenon, 73, of 916 W. Miami Avenue, died at 3:50 a.m. Wednesday at Memorial hospital following a lingering illness. She was born May 4, 1884, the daughter of John and Elizabeth (Cohee) Hyman in Carroll county. She was married May 19, 1900, Expect U.S. To OK Menshikov As Minister WASHINGTON (UP)-The State Department appeared ready Wednesday to approve the appointment of M. A. Menshikov as Russia's new ambassador, to the United States. American officials were said to feel that Menshikov, as the successor to Georgi N. Zaroubin, might play an important part in arranging any new round of U.S.- Soviet or other East-West talks during 1958. ONLY FOR A DAY World Puts Troubles Aside For Christmas The spirit of Christ circled the of the National Council of globe on Christmas day. In almost every country—both communist and f ree—the day yas marked with traditional centuries old Christian observancps. President Eisenhower's grandchildren joined him at the White House for an old fashion J American Christmas with all the trimmings. Former President Harry 'S. Truman arid his wife showered Churches, worshipped with U.S. soldiers in northern Alaska and called on all Christians in _ this "nuclear-space age" to rededicate themselves to "an open Bible and to righteous altars." U.N. Officer in Ga/a. Dag Hammarskjold, secretary- general of the United Nations, celebrated Christmas wili U.N. Emergency Force troops on the Gaza Strip, in Egypt. Menshikov, a career diplomat I S ifts on their only grandson, in; Pope p^ xn Wessed 60i000 nd high-ranking Communist party I New YorTc at his first Christmas pilgrims in st Pe t er ' s Square in rppnHvp has cprvorl as "RnQcian party. • Vatican Citv and then spent the world famous animal trainer, will Surviving are one son, Lawrence, be held from the McCain funeral | Indianapolis; four grandchildren; home at 2 p.m. Friday. The Rev. : s ; x great-grandchildren; two be favorable. Lee Jackson will officiate and bur-! n i eces M ; ss opal Crockett, In- ial will be in the Falls cemetery •• dianapolis, and Mrs. Faye Fawcett, at Wabash. I Kansas City, Mo. Two sons are Friends may call at the funeral deceased. She was a member of the Disciples Christian church, the Eastern Star and Pythian Sisters, all at Young America. Final rites will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at the McCloskey-j Hamilton chapel with Rev. Harry Rea officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the residence until 10 a.m. Friday. and executive, has served as Russian ambassador to India and minister to Nepal until recently. It was learned that the Kremlin has advised the State Department that Menshikov is the man who will take over from Zaroubin, Soviet ambassador to the United i States since 1952. Zaroubin is being recalled to Moscow for reassignment as Russia's deputy foreign minister in charge of personnel. Following diplomatic protocol, Russia advised Secretary of State John Foster Dulles of the impending change and asked whether Menshikov would be acceptable. The department's formal reply, expected soon, was expected to home located at the junction of SR 16 and U.S. 31 after 4 p.m. Thursday. Mr. Jacobs died very suddenly at his home of a heart attack Tuesday morning. He had been associated with many circuses since he was 15 years old. He was best known for his act in which he had lions, leopards and tigers in one cage simultaneously. He also had an act with panthers, the only one oj its kind. He was a member of the Peru Elks, the Masonic Lodge, the .Scottish Rite and held an honorary membership in the-Shrine organizations. He gave benefit performances for the Shrine circus for the Crippled Children fund. Survivors include four children. a wife and W. L. Butcher, 87, Of Burlington, Dies BURLINGTON—W^ L. Butcher, 87, died at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alt Wheeling at 1 p.m. Tuesday. He was born April 10, 1870 to Greenberry and Barbara (Beam- ber) Butcher in Greensburg, Ind. His wife, the former Minnie Douglass, whom he married in 1890, died May 7, 1954. Survivors include one son, Dr. Earl Butcher of Forest Hills, N.Y., four grandchildren and one great- grandchild. One brother, Orlando, of Knightstown, Ir.d., also survives. Funeral services will be held at the Leiter funeral home in Flora at 2 p.m. Thursday with the Rev. George Wippe officiating. Burial will be in the Burlington cemetery. Man Has Heart Attack; Inhalator Unit Called Oliver Justice, 82, of 227 Cliff drive, city, is reported in fair condition after suffering a heart attack at his home Wednesday morning. The Logansport fire department •was called to supply an inhalator for the stricken man and he was taken to St. Joseph's hospital. Queen Elizabeth II became the first British reigning monarch to make a live television Yuletide address to her subjects. Francis Cardinal Sepllman, Roman Catholic archbishop of New York and military vicar of the U.S., spent Christmas in Korea with American troops. The Rev. Dr. Edwin T. Dahlberg, o£ St. Louis, new president Two Cars Collide At Broadway Intersection Richard Doles, 31, of 631 Sunset drive, city, damaged the front end of his car in a collision with' the auto driven by Josephine Long, 17, of 221 South Brittain street, Vatican City and then spent the afternoon with 15 of his closest relatives. In communist Moscov and Peiping, church bells pealed and Christians prayed to the prince of peace. In the troubled Holy Land, Arabs and Jews laid- down their arms to allow Christians free access to the shrines where the birth of Christ was observed. Muncie, Ind., at 4:40 p.m. Wednesday. Doles was driving west on East Broadway. The Long car was proceeding north on Twelfth street, and stopped for the intersection with Broadway. The collision occurred as the Long car moved Pope Pius XII Blesses 60,000 VATICAN CITY (UP) — Pope Pius XII blessed 60,000 pilgrims in St. Peter's square Wednesday. The leader of the world's 425- million Roman Catholics appeared at midday in the window of his apartment high above the square. The 81-year-old Pontiff's white- clad figure ' gleamed in the sunlight as he moved his hand in the sign of the Cross, bestowing the papal blessing on the silent kneeling throng below. As soon as he withdrew, automobile horns and cheers from the crowd set up a great clamor. The brief appearance was the Pope's only public action on a day which Romans traditionally dedicate to the family. He attended midnight mass in private in the little chapel down the corridor from his chambers, and attended two other masses there this morning. The midnight mass was broadcast throughout the world by the Vatican radio. The other two masses were not broadcast. Burlington Resident, Marvin Byrum, Expires BURLINGTON—Marvin Byrum, 77, who lived south of Burlington, died in St. Joseph's hospital in Kokomo on Tuesday at 11 P-m.' sons died in a fire that destroyed * He was born in Ervin township. home near ncre Wednesday. across Broadway. Miss Long tolc police officers that she didn't see the Doles car. The right rear end of the Long caught fire last Sunday, car was damaged. ~ " " " Thursday Evening, December 26, 1957. Warsaw Area Blaze Kills 2 WARSAW, Ind. (UP!—Two per- July 18, 1880 to John and Mary (Fagley) Byrum. He was married in 1904 to Myrtle Harrell. Surviving in addition to the widow are three children: Mrs. Mary Campbell and Richard Byrum of route 1, Kokomn; and Mrs. Margaret Harmess of Rome, Italy. He was a member of the Burlington Brethren church. Rites will be held there at 1:30 p.m. Friday with the Rev. Floyd Sibert officiating. The body will lie in state for one hour before services. It is the wish of the family that r.o flowers be sent. Instead, donations to the American Diabetic Association will be appreciated. Friends may call at the Lieter funeral home in Flora. WALL FLOWER SPR'EN'G HILL, Tenn. — A petunia grew out of the wall of the house where Mrs. B. A. Rutledge lives. The house is brick and is 124 years old. iFiremen found the body of Jack Kitson, 28, in the home in the Dewart Lake area. They found Kitson's body ir front of a fireplace in the debris of the one-story, ranch-type home. Earlier they found the body of William Myers, 52. in a hallway near a bedroom. Kitson's wife and three children escaped. Mrs. Kitson was roused hy her father-in-law who spread the alarm. She grabbed twu small children, aged two years and five months, and led a third child u> safely. Myers was outside at one time during the height of the blaze and apparently went back into house to look for KiUon. the Card of Thanks We wish to thank the New Wav- Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3996. Cord of Thanks We wish to extend our sincere thanks to friends, neighbors, Rev. J. E. Campbell, McCloskey-Hamilton funeral home, Dr. Bailey, for erly fire department and neighbors'kindnesses shown us during the for their help when our house —Charlie, Vera and Tom Bennett. loss of our loved one. —Mrs. Ella McMarlin, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Shaw. Aaron P. Vurpillat, Winamac Resident Dies WINAMAC—Aaron P. Vurpillat, 84, died Sunday evening at Westville hospital after a lingering illness. He lived most of his life In Winamac. His wife, Ada, died in 1934. Survivors include a daughter, Lois, in California, and a brother, Msgr. Edward Vurpillat in Michigan City, Ind. Funeral services will be held 10 a.m. Friday in St. Peters church with Msgr. Edward Vurpillat officiating. Burial will be in St. Peters cemetery. Friends may call at the Kennedy' funeral home where the rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Thursday. Read the Classified Ads YOU'Ll BE SURPRISED AT THE FAST RESULTS WITH CLASSIFIED ADS PUBLIC AUCTION Will sell the following articles at public auction at the north edge of Royal Center, Ind., on Road 29. SATURDAY, DEC 28th, at 1:00 P. M. Heating stove; range stove; bottle gas stove; kitchen cabinet; all dishes and cooking utensils; all canned fruit; washing machine; dining room table and chairs; buffet; rugs on floors, 4 of them; chairs; davenport; studio couch; stands; lamps; 2 beds, complete;-2 dressers; pillows; quilts and comforts; Sewing machine; 1 quilting frame; mirrors and medicine cabinet; porch swing; refrigerator; ice box; coal and wood; garden tools; sheets and pillow slips; electric fan. TERMS: CASH. Not responsible for accidents. EMMA REESER, Owner Bridge, -Auctioneer. PUBLIC AUCTION SALE The undersigned having sold their home, located 2% miles west of Mexico Ind. Bank and is leaving the state' will sell at Public Auction, the following Personal Property located at same location on: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28th, 1957 SALE TO START AT 1:00 P.M., CST. Household Goods — 1 Philco 11 cu. ft. refrigerator, 60 Ib. full freezer, 1 Oak Drop Leaf Kitchen Table, 1 Westinghouse 21 in. TV, 1 Wrought Iron Dinette Set, 1 Dining Room Suite consisting of 6 chairs, Buftett and China Closet, 1 Large Mahogany Drop Leaf Dining Table. 1 Leather Platform Rocker, 1 Barrel! Back Occasional Lounge Chair, 1 Strat-0-Lounger Chair, l Knee Hole Desk and Chair to match. 1 New Hollywood Bed Box Springs, Innerspring Mattress, 1 Maple Chest on Cliest of Drawers, 1 Maple Chest of Drawers, 1 Maple Dressing Table, 1 G. E. Table Radio, 2 TV Snack Tables, 1 S speed 20 in. Window Fan, 1 pr. Brass Desk Lamps, Stand Lamp, Floor Lamps, 2 9x12 Wool Rugs with Pads, Throw Rugs, 1 set Maple Coffee and End Tables, Arkway Tank-Type Sweeper—all attachments, 1 M & W Washing Machine, 1 Gardener Garden Tractor, 1 Aluminum Wheel Barrow, PJus many other articles. Auction note — if in need of any of above merchandise, don't fail to attend this sale as this merchandise is most all like new and in perfect condition. MR. & MRS. KENNETH KATTRUD, Owner Auctioneer — H. V. Ream Phone Mexico TR 3-2591 Peru — GR 3-3204 Terms — Cash Day of Sale (VfflS* END-OF-YEAR GIANT SAVINGS EVERYTHING MUST GO! All in Perfectly good working condition and bearing the full Sears Guarantee of Brand New Merchandise, naturally. Hurry, while they last! HARDWARE SPECIALS • ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES | BATHROOM ENSEMBLES, HOME FREEZER$ Reg. 5-75 Craftsman M, Tool Box ^ Reg. 28.95 Craftsman %" Electric Drill Reg. 24.95 Dunlap Tool Set with Peg Board Reg. 59.95 Socket and Wrench Set .88 19'" 49" Reg. 19.95 Grill and Waffler Reg. 34.75 Mixer Reg. 5.98 Heat Pad •Reg. 13.50 Steam Iron Reg. 19c Light Bulbs 2.5, 40, 60, 7,5, 100 Watt. 8 for 16 s " 29" n.99 Reg. 179.95 No. 5346-47 White Cast . Iron Outfit Reg. 189.95 No. 6774-75 Colored Steel | CQ-95 Outfit 1J7 MANY ONE-OF-A-KIND, "AS-IS" FLOOR SAMPLES 7 DEMONSTRATORS ALL BUYS! Reg. 2,59.95 Coldspot Model 81915. Holds 525 Ibs. 15 cu. ft. mn-00 219 Reg. 339.95 Coldspot De- 11 .88 luxe Model 71115 Freezer 299 .00 Reg. 26.95 CRIB Reg. 8.95 CRIB MATTRESS Reg. 18.95 SWIVEL HI CHAIR Reg. 26.95 BABY CARRIAGE 22" 7.88 16" 19" I .00 Reg. 1.98 sq. yd. 6 FT. INLAY Reg. 1.79 FATIGUE MATS Reg. 1.98 RUBBER MATS Reg. 2.98 30"x6' CARPET PROTECTION Discontinued Carpet Samples .49 Reg. 79-95 No. 6335 All .44 I .29 .98 Steel Cabinet Sink 54" Reg 109.95 No. Steel Cabinet 66" Sink 69 .95 6281 All 99" 50% off Reg. 69c Metal Waste Basket Asst. Colors 2 for Reg. 2.98 TV Metal Serving Trays Set of 8 Reg. 5.98 Bath Scales, Asst. Colon Reg. 1.69, 14 Ib. Fowl Roaster- Enameled Roaster Reg. 1.29 Laundry Basket of Willow I .00 1 .88 3" ,00 ,00 Reg. 39.95 J. C. Higgins Boys 24" '- ,OA' 88 Standard Bicycle OO Reg. 114.95 J. C. Higgins Automatic OO' 95 Shot Gun ff Reg. 8.98 Hunting Coat 11 oz. r.99 Duck J Reg. 24.95 Double Door Utility Cabinet Reg. 14.95 Steel Wardrobi Harmony House Natural Birch Wall and | Xo/ Base Cabinet I U /o 19" 10" off Homart Gloss Lined Guarantee Reg. 119.95 No. 3515 30 Gal. Gas Reg. 99 .95 92.95 30 Gal. Gas Reg. 109.9,5 50 Gal. Electric No. 3512 79" 3672 99" Reg. 239.95 3 pc. Curved Sectional Reg. 289.95 3 pc. Curved Sectional Reg. 1 89.95 2 pc. Sectional Reg. 229.95 Sofa and Matching Chair Reg. 169.95 2 Pc. Sectional or sofa and matching chair. Reg. 79.95 Swivel Rocker Reg. 79.95 Swivel Rocker Reg. 79.95 Swivel Rocker (Foam Cushion) Reg. 39.95 Swivel 14.88 Occasional Chair Reg. 99-9,5 Sofa Bed Reg. 229.95 Divan Bed 199°° 239 95 149'" 199 88 Dnal 149" 69" 64" 59" 34 79" 199" Reg. 309.95 Coldspott Model K12SC Reg. 459.9.5 Coldspot Model Afin-OQ 115D Deluxe Reg. 405.95 Coldspot Model <J7Q ' L13D Deluxe 0/7 248 88 429' Reg. 99.95 Kenmore Gat Range Model 200700 36" wide. Divided QQ'°° Top. 3 only OO Reg. 179.95 Kenmore Oat Range Deluxe. Model 203700 l/IO 88 3 only I** 7 Reg. 189.95 Kenmore 30" Gas Range, Model 205700 with Built In | <J A-OQ Rotisserie. 3 only I / HT Reg. 179.95 Kenmore Electric Range 30", 7 speed switch. | ro- 95 1 only I «J7 Reg. 199.95 Kenmore Electric Range. 36" Model 973507, 7 speed push button swtiches | 'Tft.88 2 only I /7 Reg. 209.95 Kenrrrore Automatic Washer with Suds Saver. | CO' 00 2 Speeds I J7 Reg. 179.95 Kenmore Electric Dryer | CO' 00 Model 7871 I «/7 Reg. 249.95 Kenmore Automatic Washer. Model 7471 VACUUM CLEANERS Reg. 39.95 No. 73.5 Tank Cleaner. 1 only. | Q-88 Floor Sample I 7 Reg. 39.95 No. 762 Cannister Cleaner. 2 only No. FURNACES-HEATERS Reg. 299.95 No. 7472 Oil Fired OAO' 95 84,000 BTU ZO7 Reg. 249.95 No. 7030 Gas Fired • OOQ' 95 90,000 BTU LLJ Reg. 354.9.5 No. 8438 Coal Fired 20 inch 329 95 Reg. 19.95 Plastic Seat Covers Reg. 2-49 License Plate Frame Reg. 4.2.5 Body Mount Mirror (5 colors) Reg. 5.89 Hand Spotlight (12 volt) Reg. 264.50 4 H. P. Motor Scooter Reg. 2.49 pr. Front Car Rugs .88 .49 15 1 ft 98 4.8" Reg. 199.95. 2 only Cold- spot No. 68512 AQ-00 % HP 77 Reg. 99-95. 3 only OO-88 Dehumidfiers 59 249 1 .95 .88 Reg. 73.95 5 pc. Chrome Dinette Reg. 79.95 5 pc. Chrome Dinette Reg. 128.95 7 pc. | | M .88 Dinette 111 Reg.-99.95 7 pc. TO.00 Black. 78 Reg. 24.95 39" Mattresi or Boxspring Reg. 28.95 54" Mattress oor Boxspring Reg. 29.95 39" Mattress or Boxspring Reg. 34.95 54" Mattress or Boxspring 19" 23" 24" 29" Reg. 19.9,5 No. 8005 TM Radio | O-°° 5 only IO Reg. 27.P5 No. 8009 TM Radio Twin ")A 95 Speakers. 4 only A*f Reg.. 16.95 No. 8003 TM Radio, Ivory 4 Tubes. 4 only 14 .95 Reg. 144.95 72/349 Sewing Machine, Blonde "I Q*jr.88 Cabinet. 1 only I O/ Reg. 159.95 98/349 Sewing Michine. Deluxe Sewing Head. <* Fn.SS 1 only I JZ FIFTH AND BROADWAY PHONE 4103

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