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PAGE TWENTY THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, JANUARY 12, 1938 Merv Emler has been named' Klwanian of '.he month, according to the Kiwanev.-s, the club's publication. Coming to Logansport in 193S, Ke is the former owner of the ager of the Mer-Del's Quality, Inc. He His the former owner of the Quality Ice Cream company. Eir.ler was graduated from Coshocton, Ohio, high school in 1916, and was later graduated from the School of Business at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. He was supply officer in the Xavy during WW II. Emler is a member of the Masonic Lodge, American Legion, and is active in the Broadway Methodist church, of which he is a member. He was president of the Kiwanis club in 1947 and Lt. Governor of the Fourth District in 1949. He and his family reside at 1818 Michigan avenue. . A Child's Prayer Electric Light Bills Due the 1st. Penalty added after January 15th. KOOL-VENT of Logansport AWNINGS AND CANOPIES "Capital" Aluminum Comb. Storm Doors and Windows 511 Erie Phone 3650 Clarence W. B runner Dies At Hospital; Prices Reduced WHITE NYLON DUST MOP REFILLS ONLY 2.49 COTTON REFILLS ONLY 1.49 Your SUP-ERB Brush Dealer 443 Bates St. Ph. 8688 Final rites for Clarence W. Brunner, 37, of 882 W. Melbourne, will be at the Fisher funeral home at Uvo o'clock Monday. The Reverend Harold King will officiate. Burial will be in Indian Creek cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. The former Pennsy railroad machinist, a veteran of World War 2. died Friday at 9:45 a.'m. at the Veterans hospital in Indianapolis. He had been ill for two and one- half years. Born Oct. 25, 1920, in Roosevelt, Minn, he '.vas the son of John M. and Elizabeth Hedsger Brunner. He was married at Anderson on Oct. 26, 1947. Survivors are his wife, Lucile; one son, George; one daughter, Candace; his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Brunner, 27 Park avenue; three brothers and one sister: William and John, Temperance, Michigan; Kenneth Hill, Scottdale, Pa.; Mrs. John A. Davis, 233 W. Miami. He was a member of iihe Eagles lodge, which will have services at 8 u.m. tonight. SUE AN'N WINTER 'God Help me to love others and serve other people. Thank you God for all the kindness and other things. Amen". Sue is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ashby, 1617 Silver street and is a pupil at MoKinley school. Refined to prive you extra low ash and extra heating hours. Correct clinkers, fragile coke, all the convenience a stoker owner wants. Try it — you'll see! Labels tell you it's genuine Great Heart Super Stoker coal. LOGAN FOIL & SCE, Inc. "The Home of Quality Coal" 801 Erie Dial 3133 "Your Private Secretary" FLORENCE DAGGY Typing — Mimeographing Offset Printing — Business Forma 129 Fourth St. Phone 3381 Logan Chapter No. 2 R.A. M. Stated Meeting, Monday, Jan. 13th at 7:30 p.m. .All companions invited. Wayne A. Bickell H. P. Annual Deer Creek Cemetery Association Meeting Monday, Jan. 15—7:00 p.m. at the Onward School —Trustees. So0f Conservation fish fry Planned Plans were made for the Soil Conservation District's annual meeting by the District Board at the regular monthly meeting this week. Chairman Claude Williams an-, nounced that the annual meeting would be held at the Fulton County Conservation club house Monday afternoon, February 3. A fish fry will be served by the Jonah club at noon. Two supervisors will be elected and the annual report of activities will be given by the board. Dr. J. E. Hartzel, retired professor of Goshen college will speak on "World Conservation." Tickets for the fish fry will be available soon from any jf the following supervisors: Omer Reichard, Aubbeenaubbee township; Delbert Hunter, Newcastle township, N. E. Kessler, Richland township; Mario'n Chizum, Union township; Gilman Carlson, Rochester township; Maurice Smith, Wayne township; Leon KimJig, Henry township, and chairman Claude Williams, Liberty township. Annual Soil Meeting Set lHereJan.29 Annual meeting of the Cass County Soil Conservation District will be held in the form of a fish fry on Wednesday, Jan. 29, at the National Guard Armory at 6:30 p.m. It will be the eleventh in the history of the district. Highlighting the program this year will be speeches by six local persons, on connected social phases of soil and water conservation. Bob Hammontree, chamber of commerce; Caleb J. Otten, district cooperator; Herb Hanna, rural youth member; Dewey Schmidt, on law makers, Mark Smith, on bankers and finance; Rev, Ray Echols, on religion. Topics of their speeches have •been geared to appeal to both city tond township residents of Cass county, all of whom were invited to attend by Chris Held, work unit conservationist of the district. The accomplishment of the district for the year will be cited. A new supervisor to replace J. T. Powlen of Harrison township, who has completed his three-year term, will be elected. County Agent Gus NOW SHOWINC AT THE LOGAN THEATRE Jack Palancc and Barbara Lang in a scene from "House of Numbers"' which is currently showing at the Logan theatre along with 'The Invisible Boy" starring Richard Eyer. Thias will election. be 'in charge of the T. F, Leonard, chairman of the board, will ca'.l the meeting to order. Rev. W. C. Holmes will give the invocation. Richard Martin will give the secretarial report, J. T. Powlen the treasurer's report. President Wanted To Probe Space long Ago NEW YORK Wu-More thar a century ago when a-U.S. president proposed a plan for probing the mysteries of space, Congress reacted with a "torrent of ridicule." All Groin Prices Sag Canada had shown a challenge to U. S. Eight Traffic Violal ors fined In Justice Court Eight persons were fined in justice court Friday, four of them for improper passing. Penalized for this offense were: Ola Miller, 73, of Kokomo, fined S5 and costs after liis arrest on Jan. 11: Paul Dunford. 44. of Detroit, Mich., arrested by Trooper John Gaylor on Jan. 10 fined SI and costs; Richard Dittman, 21, of Akron, arrested on Jan. 1 by- Trooper Richard Keyes, fined SI | and costs: Donald Watson, 34, of| Independence, Missouri, arrested Jan 9 by Trooper John Gaylor, fined SI and costs. James Starkey, 37, of 989 Sherman avenue, arrested by State: Trooper John Gaylor for driving' while his license was suspended,! was fired S10 and costs and an ad-' ditional two years was added to his! period of suspension. ; Charles Long, Jr., 33, of route; 2, Star City, was arrested Jar.'. 8 2018 North 5tre«t Phone 4789 LOST Young ladies pink framed glasses in blue case. Dial 4222 or 2441. FOR VARICOSE VEINS CHICAGO OB — Grain 15 million bushels of grain to India on a seven - year credit arrangement and was inviting s:m- futures - lar trade arrangements with Cey- line;' on anc ' other foreign countries. At the close of the week, wheat was 3.1 to 3 3 ,i cents under last week's close, corn was 2 r :Si to 3!s cents lower, 'oats ',4 to •":« lower, prices sagged all along the this week under a variety of influences and finished well below last week's closes. The strongest bearish influence came late in the week on the gov-1 rye 2 to 2% lower, soybeans ernment report of the stocks ofl'o 2 "» lower. Lard was 35 to 47 grains impounded under the sup-1 cents a hundred pounds higher, port program. It showed consid-; erably smaller amounts than the | trade had expected and was. viewed as decidedly bearish be- j cause it indicated larger stocks in ! free channels than had been es-! timated. | The government report followed , within a day another report that; . Douglas Myers. 17, of route 1, Galveston, was fined $1 and costs' for having an improper muffler. He was arrested Jan. 8 by Trooper John Gaylor. ' Lyle Daugherty, 17, of 510 Fitch I street, was arrested by Trooper | Richard Keyes on Jan. 1 for speed-; ing. He was fined $1 and costs. Read the Classified Ads Look like regular nylons on your legs. . . BAUiR- & BLACK Busjchn's Drug Store 308.4th Ph. 3774 This footnote its present-day on history, implications, with was disclosed Saturday in the o.d files : of Harper's magazine. j It tells' of a bygone day, when, President John Quincy Adams j was worried about Europe out-, stripping America in scientific! discoveries, and wanted to do something about it. But Congress spurned his plea. NO MATTER WHAT YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS MAY BE WE CAN TAKE CARE OF IT. CREE INSURANCE AGENCY Roger A. Porker & Ira Cree INSURE IN SURS INSURANCE Dial 3758 214'A 41h INSULATE SAVE FUEL! ROSS REID RFC. CO. —Phone 3388— t 36 Months to Pay Phone Logansport 3666 Monticello589 0 When You're Downtown relax ... have • COFFEE • COKE • LUNCH at the CENTRAL DRUG SODA FOUNTAIN 4th at Broadway FRUSHOUR Final services for Herman T. Frushour, 75, of 2430 Broadway will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Bethlehem Presbyterian church. ^The Reverend Harold King will officiate and burial will be in ML Hope cemetery. The body will arrive here at 4:15 a.m. this morning and will be taken by Chase-Miller mortuary to the residence where friends may call after two o'clock this afternoon. It will lie in state at the church for one hour before the services. TYRE Final services for Mrs. Nancy Jane Tyre, 82, of route 3, will be. at 1:30 Monday at the McCloskey- Hamilton funeral home. The Rev- j erend Eugene Grater will officiate and burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. r HBD .MM. •..» .^.M ^BMrf ""• "I™ wmm mam •»>• -SPECIALS- MON.-TUES.—WED. READY - TO - EAT SMOKED PICNICS Family Size Pound 33C We Slice Them Free GREETING CARDS. FOR ALL OCCASIONS Send A HALLMARK CARD When You Care Enough To Send the Very Best TIMBERLAKE'S "Greeting Cord Headquarters" FAMILY PLAY NIGHTS Fun For All The Family Public Invited C. Wed. and Thurs., Jan. 15-16 7 to 11 p. losf WASHINGTON* W) — Immigration Commissioner Joseph M. ! Swing Saturday issued another re-' minder that all aliens in the United States, except those having diplomatic status, must report • their current addresses before the end of January. The report cards are available ; at all Post Offices and field of- ] fices of the Immigration Service.' OUP THIS COUPON SAVE NOW FLEECY WHITE BLEACH Full Gallon 29c With This Coupon and Groceries •<*^*^***f**^r*t*r^*t*f*r*^*^**^*r IN MJSTARD or TOMATO SARDINES STEAMBOAT 2 Tins 19C COLD IN WAVES ^'4.95 Hour*; 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. No Appointment Necessary LOGANSPORT BEAUTY SHOP Closed All Day Wednesday 5jh and Broadway OVSR BAILEY'S NOTICE EAGLES Ritualistic services for our late Brother Clarence W. Brunner at Fisher Funeral Home tonight, Sunday, Jan. 12, at 8 p. m. C. W. Zimmerman, W.P. LUMBER COMPANY 311 Burlington Phone 2319 Get the jump on spring decorating! Make use of our complete "One-Stop" service in Lumber, Paint-Too! Rentals. Every Cornice comes individually packaged with screws, nails, hanging brackets and instruction sheet — Smooth sanded, ready for any finish. Lowest Prices Ever! Real Quality 8" High in following Widths CALIFORNIA REDWOOD DUSTCAP IS 79c Up Give your windows a smart decorator look. 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