Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 29, 1957 · Page 24
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, December 29, 1957
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J.OGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY PAGE TWENTY-FOUR THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT. INDIANA SUNDAY, DECEMBER M, 1957. Men's Club Sponsors Tree Burning Party PERU—The Peru Y's Men's Club \vill again sponsor a "Twelfth Night" Christmas tree burning according to Donald J. Robinson, president. The trees will be gathered by the city and taken to the west city park where they will be burned at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 6th. The Rev. Miles Raisor will be in charge of a brie! religious ceremony and special music will be provided. Fire Chief Walter Eurrous said that the firemen will supervise burning of the trees. HELD FOR THEFT Rose Engle. IS, local girl, was arrested by police yesterday for petit larceny. She is charged with theft of two skirts from a store. Thank You To each one of the Carolers, Clubs and various groups and all svho helped make our Christmas such a happy one, we sincerely thank you and wish you a Happy New Year. Each Patient, the Staff and Miss Jones at Rest Haven Home. * KOOL-VENT of Logansport AWNINGS AND CANOPIES "Capital" Aluminum Comb. Storm Doors and Windows 511 Erie Phone 3650 Miami County Auditor Announces Collections PERU — A total of $2,232,573.87 has been collected in taxes in Miami county during 1958 according to County Auditor James M. Kepner. December's .distribution of funds from taxes was made this past week in the amount of $998,362.72. This amount was 394,386.77 more than distributed in December last year and was attributed to a higher tax levy and increase in the assessed valuation. Monticello Bobby Hartke, 14, of Chalmers, was a patient in White County Memorial Hospital Friday afternoon treated lor accidental gunshot wounds received that afternoon about 3 o'clock in an accident while hunting. A report in the county sheriff's office said Bobby was shot with a 20 guage shotgun in both legs by a hunting companion, Ronnie Foutch, 14, of Chalmers. The ae cident occurred on the farm tenanted by Bobby's father, Alfred Hartke, while the boys were enjoying the holiday vacation. The report set out that Bobby was shot from a distance and not severely injured. Pellets were removed from both legs, the wounds dressed and the patient released from the hospital and returned home Friday evening. Friends are invited to attend the wedding of Patsy Ann Brooks and Due To Our Being CLOSED New Year's Day We Will fie OPEN this Monday, Dec. 30th GOURMET The GOURMET PARTY ROOM With accommodations to over TOO is available for any occasion—Phone for reservations. 520 E. Broadway Phone 4793 David William Fisher Sunday. December 29th at the Idaville Methodist Church at 2:30 o'clock. Newell Timmons, manager of the automobile license branch in the court house reminds the public that those who are asking for special plates in numbers up to 1000 must have them paid for by Dec. 31. An individual without any special sewing ability can be of great help at the White County Memorial hospital. Women from the entire county are urged to come to the hospital about 1:30 on Wednesday afternoons and they will be shown to the sewing room where Mrs. D. D. Raper, Mrs. Al Taylor and Mrs. Sherman Risser are in charge. ; Postmaster Claude Steininger states that the new commemorative, stamps, The Religious Freedom in America, 1657-1957, The Flushing Remonstrance, went on sale Saturday at the Monticello post office. Five, thousand of the stamps were received. White County Memorial Hospital news—Dismissals, December 26, 1957—Jacob Vogt, Jr., Francesville. . Mrs. Herbert McGill and daughter, Route 2, Remington; Mcs. Floyd Crouse Jr., and daugfo ter, R. 3, Monticello; Mrs. Lulu Lear, 414 West Washington street. Marriage licenses were issued to Harold F. Anderson, Colfax, a painter, and Marjorie C. Jones, Colfax, December 27 and to Merle L. Pherson, Monticello, a farmer, and Bettie Matilda Brown, Monti- celio, a clerk-typist, December 27 in the office of county, clerk Dean Cottrell. Mrs. Lillian Prevo entered White County Memorial Hospital Thursday and submitted to major surgery Friday morning. She is getting along satisfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. William Bunnell have returned to their home in East Monticello after spending three weeks at Rochester, Minn>, where Mrs. Bunnell went through the clinic and received a series of treatments at the Mayo Clinic. A short time before going to Mavo's Mrs. Bunnell had been a TELEVISION SALE Choice 17"-21 "-24" Sets RECONDITIONED AND GUARANTEED ONLY «p A i4§ PER WEEK (After small down payment) CHOOSE FROM: Zenith, G.-E., Philco, Admiral, Motorola and others Priced from $39.95 TODD'S The Store That Service 'Built" 327 East Market Phone 3300 Will Buy Cass County Fair Association Stock DONALD W1TMYER Route 4. Phone 4995 patient in St. Elizabeth Hospital at Lafayette for two weeks. Joan Beitz, of Chicago, is spending the- holidays with her grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Kraning, of 116 North Dewey. Mr. and Mrs. Lester McDaniel of South Main street left Saturday for a several weeks stay at Pine Island, Florida. Mrs. William A. Brown was taken to Memorial Hospital at Logansport Friday morning in the Miller ambulance and is a patient in room 209. Mrs. Brown fell some time ago at her home at the city, park and submitted to surgery at Logansport after the accident. Slump Results In Work ' holiday In Peru Shop PERU — A general business slump in the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad has resulted in the furlough of 21 Peru shop men effective Jan. 1, according to railroad officials from the Cleveland, 0., office. The slump has also affected the railroad traffic. This is the first reduction at the Peru shops since diesels were put into operation in 1949-50. The furlough include^ four car repairmen and 17 in the locomotive department. LEAP YEARS Leap years were added to the calendar to make the calendar year nearly the same as the solar year, which is the length of time required for the earth to completely circle the sun. $40 Million for Defense Not Bad, Senator Opines By JACK BELL WASHINGTON UP) — Sen. Hayden (D-Ariz) said Saturday he would regard as "modest" any proposal by President Eisenhower to increase defense spending to bilhon dollars a year. said ha(J . Qf ]oose The 80-year-old dean of thei talk » about possi ble cuts in recla- Senate in point ot service gave| mation and flood contro i fun( j s . notice, however, that the Senate dollar defense spending lev«l to 40 billion dollars plus. Up A Billion This might lift the over - all budget for. the year Beginning next July 1 a billion dollars or more above the present 72-billion mark. Eisenhower has said some non- defense programs will have to. be reduced to balance increased defense spending. Hayden made it plain he is disturbed about the possibility that some of these reductions will Appropriations C o m m i 11 e e he "These are wealth producing activities," he said. "They are heads is going to be selective paying back into the Treasury in about cuts it makes in r.ondefense i increased taxes many minion dol- ilerns in its effort to keep thei lars rmre than they cost, budget balanced. | -people go around saying 'cut "I would think 40 billion dollars;out the pork barrel and you can would be a modest amount for defense," Hayden said in an interview. "We have spent 244 'billion dollars on our armed services in the last seven and one - halfibudget." years since the Korean war. Forty billions is a little above the average but our economy can stand it." balance the budget.' That's nonsense. These projects more than pay their way. Even if they were cut out, it wouldn't balance the Car OH Road At Clinton And Cicott Joseph R. McCain, 19, of 718 State street, escaped injury at 12:55 a.m Saturday when his car left the road at Clinton and Cicott'streets. He told police he was going north in Lynas street and bis brakes failed as he slowed for Clinton. He managed to get around into Clinton but went off the road and hit a light pole guy wire. There have been reports Eisenhower will lay before Congress next month a budget calling for an increase in the present 38% billion NAMED FOR HIM Lewisia, the state flower-of Montana, takes its name from Meri- Pick Home Decorations Champ Sunday Night PERU—Home Christmas Lighting contest entries will be judged Sunday night from 7 to 10 p.m. according to Karl Krauskopf, chairman. .Judges for the contest, are Jerry Long, James Beigh and Krauskopf. Fifty dollars in prizes, donated by the Retail Division of the Chamber of Commerce will be •awarded to the winners. wether Lewis .of the Lewis and Clark expedition. The pink flower i ranges from Montana to Arizona and is better known as bitterroot. The world's earliest known coins were lumps of silver stamped with marks of Lylian kings in the 7th Century B.C. Stocks Make first Up-Moveln4Weeks NEW YORK Wt—The Christmas season brought a gift to Wall Street—its first weekly advance in four weeks. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks rose $l.oO to $154.30. 20V* North Slrnt Phon. 47«9 GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Send A HALLMARK CARD When You Cor* Enough To Send th« V«ry Best TIMBERLAKE'S "Greeting Card Headquarters" "Your Private Secretary" FLORENCE DAGGY Typing — Mimeographing Offsit Printing — Businui Forms 129 Fourth St. Phone 3381 NO MATTER WHAT YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS MAY BE WE CAN TAKE CARE OF IT. CREE INSURANCE AGENCY Roger A. Parker & Ira Cre» INSURE IN SURE INSURANCE Dial 3758 2M'A 4th for Holiday Entertaining Get delicious AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD STORE CURE YOUR COID IN A HURRY Use Busjahn's Flu Caps 60c and $1.00 Nothing So Dependable for the Most Obstinate Coughs BROWN COUGH SYRUP $1.00 and $1.45 SOU) FOR YEARS / Busjahn's Drug Store 308 Fourth Street Phon« 3774 ONIY FASHION BEAUTY SHOP NOW FEATURING OUR NEW REDUCING SALON PER»\AN5NTS with soft ringlets INCLUDES SHAMPOO CUTTING STYLING CREAM No Appointment Necossor/ NO FUZZ OR FRIZZ 9 'TIL 6 124 SIXTH STREET PHONE 20111 OTHERS TO $25 Qt. Ctn. RAY'S EGG NOG Kraft's Philadelphia Cream Cheese Kraft's Sliced—American, Pimento, Swiss, Brick Deluxe Cheese RAY'S Cottage Cheese KRAFT'S CHEESE FOOD Vi Ib. pkg. Ib. ctn. 56c 33c 33c 29c FRESH BALTIMORE UEIUEETD S 2 179« OVSTERS Solid Pt. Pack we wish you a Happy New Ybar! tfe Wit Will, L^foM buys- Chesty Potato Chips Twin p« Richelieu Cheese Dip 6 «. \ Three Delicious Kinds—'Chive, Sharp and Blue. MARIOS STUFFED OLIVES (Tumblers) 39c For A Refreshing Drink SEVEN-UP 6 bottles 25 C (plus deposit) COCOANUT CHOCOLATE DUO'P COOKIES CHIPAROONS (nabisco) pkg. 49c Buckwheat Flour 5 Ib. 69< Libby Peaches Krafts Orangeade^ Sliced or n Halves 0 Head Lettuceea 19c Large Size Head Potatoes lOu, 59c • KJAHOS-U. S. No. 1 Celery HeartSbu 25c oz. tin can for MONARCH'S PIC-L-JOY (pint jar) 39c LITTLE ELF SAUER KRAUT (303 cans) 2 For 29c NAAS TOMATO JUICE 2 qts. 49c fRQSH DELICIOUS ROASTING CHICKENS Lb.49c PARTY SNAX Sweet Pickled Watermelon Cocktail Onions Kosher Dill Pickles Green Ripe Olives Sweet Mixed Pickles Hot Mixed Pickles Blue Cheese Crackers Triangle Thin Crax Pretzels —AM Kinds I BRTHEftlW Mayrose Hams i e 2Lb"Ave a rag Norwood Sliced Bacon L Fresh Spare Ribs S E" Fresh Pork Roast PICWCS I YLE Complete Line of Beer Carry Out or Delivered STORE HOURS: Monday 7 a. m. to 6 p. m. Tuesday, 7 a. m. to 6 p. m. , u,59c ,p kfl 49c u,. 49c Pound Z9C FRlESH GROUND BE'EP-Fancy, Extra lean Lb. 59e DfcMVEP> PW.4-156 I * BOB>A.U PIK-L BARREL Sweet Cheese Peppers Hot Cherry Peppers Qt. Hot Banana Peppers Jars 35* OAK HIU PEACHES 4%»99* ^ *1 AA . O cans LOO STAR K.ST TUNA Chunks* MaxweN House Instant Coffee 6 oz. Jar 1.13 MfLROY PUMPKIN 2 ^ 29* FRESH PORK FRESH ALL BEEF GROUND BEEF N'O. 1 YELLOW CREEK WIENERS WILSON "CORN KING" SLICED BACON Fine with Cabbajje or Kraut Lb. Lbi. Ib. FRESH LEAN PORK ROAST Boston Style Lb. 39* I 17 ,% 49c 55* 49* FRESH-SOLID HEADS CABBAGE Eat For Good Luck On New Year's Da/ Lb. VAN CAMPS PORK \ BEANS 2^29* A COMPUTE LINE OF PARTY SNACKS - BEVERAGES - CHEESE KPS, SNACKS, CANDIES, NUTS KRAFT'S FRUIT PUNCH 2 STOKELY'S FINEST SRUERKRMIT ?«• 25< Nabisco RITZ CRACKERS 29c Ib. Box BEER & WINE ATTHf LOWEST PRICE 5* U. S. NO. 1 POTATOES 10 ,.35* 2k CALIFORNIA tg. Stalk 1 Lb. PASCAL CELERY FRESH-CRISP | CARROTS A SHEDDS - LADY BETTY - EXTRA CRISP Cucumber Wafers CHESTY-TWIN PACK Potato Chips 59 C Qt. Jar 43c We reserve the right to Limit Quantities. Open Mon.-Tues. til 6 p. m. Closed New Year's Day BOLLEI & FARRER 201 205 BURLINGTON AVE. LOGANSPO&T THIS AD EPFECTIVe THRU SATURDAY JANUARY 4, 1958 Bollei & Farrer and Employees wish you all a prosperous and Happy New Year RI PUBLIC UBRMH

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