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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 24

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, January 26, 1958
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LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARY PAGE TWENTY-FOUR THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPOKT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, JANUARY », 19S» 5 Drivers Fined At Saturday Court Five drivers were fined, four for speeding, and one youth lost his license for a week when they appeared in city court Saturday morning before Judge Harold Tuberty. One traffic case was set for trial. Fined for speeding were Franklin D. Dawson, 24, of 3114 North Pennsylvania avenue, $5 and $14.75 costs; John M. Malmberg, 47, South Bend, $5 and costs; Robert J. Fettig, 18, of 1725 High street, $5 and costs; and John Uchytil, 20, of 1201 Chicago street, $25 and costs. No fine was assessed on Gerald Pfaff, 17, ot 3332 Tomlinson Drive, just east of this city, but he was ordered to leave his drivers license with police for a week. Also fined was Cecil M. Bingaman, 36, of 318 East Main street, $10 and costs for reckless driving; one man charged with vagrancy, and one slated for public intoxication. A plea of-innocent was entered t)y Charles Cain, 48, of 80 Seventh street, charged with leaving the scene of an accident and operating a motor vehicle wtih improper plates, and the trial was scheduled next Tuesday. DOUBLE OFFICES EVANSVILLE, Ind. W) _ Mead Johnson & Co. said Saturday it •will spend a million dollars this year' in construction to double the size of its home office building and to add 12,000 square feet to 'its research laboratory. Both projects at the baby food factory are to be completed by fall. Joseph McCarthy, 57, Expires At Culver; Bur/a/To Be Here Funeral services will be conducted at 9 a.m. Monday at St. Mary's of Lake church in Culver for Joseph M. McCarthy, 57, who died Thursday at his home on Druckermiller road, north of Culver. Mr; McCarthy was born Nov. 8, 1900, at New Lenox, 111. He served with the U. S. Marines during World War I. In September, 1931, he was married to Marguerite Monehan, who survives. He started farming near Culver in 1940 after working in Chicago for several years. He was a member of St. Mary's of Lake Catholic church in Culver, and a member of the Holy Name Society. He is survived by his widow; one daughter, Mrs. Delann Jones, Park Forest, III; one son, Patrick, at home; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Keigher, Wilmington, 111., Mrs. Florence Stassen, Peolone, 111., and Mrs. Lucille Henry, LaGrange, 111.; a brother, Francis, Baltimore, and two grandchildren. The Rev. Joseph Lenk will conduct the services. The Rosary will be recited at 4:30 p.m. Sunday. Burial will be in St. Vincent cemetery, Logansport. Card of Thanks We wish to extend our sincere thanks to friends, relatives, neigh' bors. Rev. Virden Graham and Harrison Funeral Home for kindnesses shown us during the loss of our loved one. CVIrs. Marr Rhody and Children m __ Uft>HOLSTERING| 2011 North Strml Phono 47t» "Your Private Secretary" FLORENCE DAGGY Typing — Mimeographing Offset Printing — Business Forms 179 Fourth St. Phone 3381 WIN AM AC Dunbar Speaks At Grain Class John G. Dunbar, Agricultural Economist from Purdue University, will be the principal speaker for the scheduled Grain Handling Systems at the extension school planned in Washington township school on Tuesday night, it was announced yesterday by Gus W. Thias, county agent, and his assistant, Earl James. I Glenn Ford and Gia Scala star in the hilarious lilt, "Don't Go Near The Water" adapted from the best-selling bf»ok by the same name. The picture is being shown all this week at the Logan theatre. Harry Franks Dies | Al Monticello Home; Services Are Tuesday MONTICELLO — Harry R. Franks, 53, died at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at his home here, 402 South Bluff street. A lifetime resident of Monticello, he was born here Sept. 25, 1904, to Jesse and Mary Kellenberger Franks. He was a mail carrier at the local postoffiee, and was a volunteer fireman. He formerly was a projectionist at a local theater. In 1935 he married Gertrude Tillett, who survives. Also surviving are sons. Donald and. James, both of Monticello; brothers, B. R., Lafayette, Ravmond, Monticello, and Robert, Hammond; and a sister, Mrs. Agnes Cox, Monticello. Friends may call -after 4 p.m. Sunday at the Miller funeral home, where services will be at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday. The Rev. Gilbert L. Piker will officiate. Burial will be in Rivet-view cemetery. Mrs. Ada F. Zellers Dies At Winamac After Short Illness WINAMAC — Mrs. Ada Frances Zellers, 68, of 526 North .Hathaway street, died at 3:30 a.m. Saturday in her home, following a short illness. A lifetime resident of Winamac, she was born here Feb. 9, 1889, to Edward F. and Mary Ellen Lowry Doyle. She was married June 8, 1907 to Alvin Zellers, who survives. Mrs. Zellers was a member of the American. Legion Auxiliary, the W.B.A., and the Presbyterian church. Surviving besides the husband are a son, Robert, Winamac; •daughters, Mrs. Ella Frances Bortell, Knox, and Mrs. Ada Harriett May, Dayton, Ohio; sisters, Mrs. Elsie Wagerman and Mrs. Alma Zanger, both of Winamac, and Mrs. Marguerite Larling, Shelbyville; a brother, Charles Doyle, Winamac; and six grandchildren. Frends may call at the Fry and Lange funeral home, where services will be at 2 p.m. Monday. Card of Thanks We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for the acts of kindness extended to us during, our recent bereavement. The Family of Mrs. Jessie E. Smith. r •• — • •• " SPECIALS I I I I I S I I MON.-TUBS.-WED. I I OCOMA Beef—Chix—'Tuno—Turkey FROZEN PIES I (Individuals') I 4 For 89c SWE GOOD LUCK on I l2lbs. MARGARINE plus bonus coupon inside • FINAL WEEK Extra Trousers for men Extra skirts for women with Each Suit Tailored to Measure 800 Patterns. Holmes Tailor Shop 236 E. Columbia Ph. 21795 I 2LBS. 59' I BONELESS PORK STEAK 49c | Fresh Brains Ib.39c | L--.--J FREE ESTIMATES ALL TYPES FLOOR TILE WALL TILE Expert Installation PHONE Loganiport 3666 Monticello 589 Just North on St. Rd. 17 Another Friday Wreck Reported A car driven by Terry Graves, 18, of 1610 East Market street, was damaged in a one-car accident six. miles west of Logansport on U.S. 24 at 5:16 p.m. Friday, .according to the report to the .-sheriff's department Saturday. Graves was headed west and hit a slick spot on th« highway, spinning around and going off the road on the south side, coming to a stop in a ditch. Damage to the 1950 model car was estimated at $100. Tat wreck was just a mile west of the scene where a car hopped over a 15-foot embankment Friday and was demolished sending the driver, Kalph Rawlings, 71, of Monticello, to Memorial hospital with face and head cuts and a broken collar bone. WINAMAC—Mrs.' Mary Powers, County Home Demonstratoin agent, will attend an advisory committee meeting at Purdue, January 27 and 28. The Home Demonstration program will be examined and new ideas discussed. A 4-H officers training will be held on Monday evening at the Fairview school building at 7 o'clock. The Rural Youth will be in charee of general recreation. The Piilaski county Ministerial Association is sponsoring a "Laboratory" training school for church school teachers, which will be held i at the Winamac Methodist church. I Bepinnin? Monday evening Feb. 3,1 at 7:30 o'clock, the course will runj for six-consecutive Monday eve-' nings. : All Sunday School teachers of the county are invited to attend. A nart of the course of instruction for each age group will 'be actual demonstration classes. Those planning to attend, should enroll with their minister no later than today. The Monroe township Farm Bureau met Tuesday evening at the American Legion home. This was the first meeting of the new year and was in charge of the incoming president, R. R. Shaw; Devotions were/ ffiven by Mrs. Floyd A'ns- nach. The county president, Phillip Brucker gave a renort on the dis- . trict meeting which was held at The school, which is. open to all Hamlet, on Jan. 16. Others from j farmers of Cass county, will be here who attended the district: conducted in the old-gym of the meeting were Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Washington Tp. school starting at Shoe Skates Taken from Local Rink A pair of shoe skates was slipped out at the Bergman Brothers skating rink, according to a report to the sheriff's department. Roy Bergman, manager, said the skates were'missed when the rink, East Main street, closed Friday night. Sheriff 0. R. Carson and Deputy George Shanks investigated yesterday and found the window out in- a restroom. They surmised someone took the skates off there and passed them out the window to another party. Shaw and Mrs. Anspach. A quiz concerning Farm Bureau, 4-H and Rural Youth was conducted by Mrs. Anspach. with Mrs. Shaw. Mrs. Carl Hall, Mrs. Galen Oirton, Fred Knarr. Ed Knarr, Ed Loehmer, Carl Hall and Phillip Brucker winning prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hall accom- nanied by Mr. and Mrs: Howard Van Prov, of Akron, and Mr. and Mrs. William Swank, of Monticello. were in Chicago Tuesday and Wednesday and attended the National Home Builders' show which | an( j a ji go ' each day to be with and one Gold arrow. During the business meeting and A. W. Grasshopp. The meeting was closed with refreshments. Two Cubs Honored At Pack 312 Meeting Two cub scouts of Pack No. 312 The°Re'v C D. Barringer will of-'received awards at a recent meet- ficiate Burial will be' in Crowding at the MoKinley school. Hill cemetery. Bob McCain got a Denner's award, and Steve Grain received a wolf badge, two Silver arrows, LeeKenney Hammond, Former local Man, Dies In Omaha, Neb. Funeral rites were held in Omaha, Neb., Jan. 17 for Lee Kenney Hammond, 54, member of a former Logansport family, who died there Jan. 14. Hammond, who was born in Logansport Feb. 23, 1903, was vice president of the Wilhelm Furniture Co., of Omaha. He 'is survived by his _widow, Doris; one son, Lee Jr., his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.'J. Hammond of Minneapolis; two brothers, Howard of San Mateo, Calif., Eugene of Minneapolis; four sisters, Mrs Grace Grace, St. Paul, Mrs. ~ " Mrs. and Mrs. Miriam Emmanuelson, Omaha. He was a nephew of Miss Grace Kenney, and Jesse Kenney of Logansport. Funeral services were held Omaha. Burial in Minneapolis. 7:30 p.m. Mr. Dunbar will discuss low cost grain handling, the costs of drying equipment, types of grain storage and methods of handling grain from the field to the feed lot. Local extension officials said they expected a capacity crowd for the event due to the present interest in corn dryers and costs _ of operating this type of equipment. Many Cass county farmers must decide what they are going to do with wet corn now in their bins. Dancing Tops YMCA Schedule Beginning classes in both square and social dancing adds new activity to this week's 'SfMCA schedule. Here is the YMCA calendar for the week: MONDAY—basketball at the old high school gym. The Vikings will take on the Tigers at 6 p.m. and the Boozers meet the Killers at '6:45 p.m. in the A league. In the B league, Powerhouse plays the Grinders at 7:30 p.m. and the Terrors go against-the Hawks at 8:15 m. TUESDAY—Gamma Hi-Y club will see films on diving and swimming at the high school.' THURSDAY — Rifle club meets at the armory at 7 p.m. and the model airplane club meets at the YMCA at 7 p.m. is being held at the Conrad Hilton and Sherman hotels, at the Coliseum and the Furniture Mart. The Winamac fire department was called to the Schmicker trucking comoany at the south edge of town Wednesday afternoon, when one ot the firm's fleet of trucks caught fire. Employes of the company had extinguished fhe fire before the truck arrived. Damage was minor, • Miss Lorette Evans was a guest on Wednesday in the home of Mr. plans were made for the new year. Inspection was held for 19 cub and Mrs. Cedric White at Bass scouts with Robert Kleifgen, dis- Lake. trict commissioner in charge. He| Cpl. Claud Sheldon Lloyd ar- was assisted by Keith Obenchain rived home last Friday after re- Alice Schrench, St. Paul, Mildred Feidt, Minneapolis, '...-\ IT'S NO SECRET more people are having their PRESCRIPTIONS filled ot BUSJAHN'S because they have learned: 1—We are a5 accurate as a college degree indicates— 2—We are as reasonable as is legally possible. We'll take a little-you keep the rest BE SMART — Take Your Prescription to Busjahn's Drug Store NO MATTER WHAT YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS MAY BE, WE CAN TAKE CARE OF IT. CREE INSURANCE AGENCY Roger A. Parkor & Ira Cm INSURE IN SURE INSURANCE Dial 37S8 »!** «* having FURNACE TROUBLES CALL Riley's Heating and Air Conditioning 1314 (. Broadway Priori. 3437 Mor. FamiliM Buy LENNOX Than Any Other Mak« OII-Coal-Gaj and Air Conditioning I rnest Richardson Home From Hospital Ernest Richardson, route 1, Galveston has returned to his home after amputation of the right leg just below the knee Jan. 2, at Memorial hospital. He caught his foot in a feed mixer Dec. .28, 1957, at the Lincoln elevator and amputation became necessary after gas gangrene had set in. His, condition is now reported good. ceiving his discharge from service at Oakland, Calif. He had served "or three years with the military >olice in Germany. His parents, tfr. and Mrs. Neil Lloyd met him at the Chicago airport. Bend, and Mrs. Darl Warner of <insman, Ohio, are visiting their sister, Mrs. Bertha Rittenhouse, HURT IN FALL •Graham Armstrong, 56, of the Island View hotel, Fourth street and East Melbourne avenue, is confined to Memorial hospital with an Injury to his right leg and knee, suffered late Friday when 'he fell on the sidewalk. He was taken to the hospital early Saturday. ^^ BOOKMOBILE SCHEDULE The Bookmobile schedule for the week, announced by Miss Edna Holden, • follows: Tuesday, Twelve Mile school, 8:30 until 3; Wednesday Lucerne School, 9 until 2:30, town 2:30 until 3; Thursday, New Waverly school; 9 until 2; town. 2:30 until 3. ' MADONNA AT KEESLER — James R. Madonna has completed his basic training at Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi, Miss. He is now an Airman 3rd class and is attending school for radar and electronics at Keesler AFB in Biloxi. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Madonna, 2601 Pottaivatomie, he spent his first six weeks in train- ng at Lackland Air Force Base n San Antonio, Texas. SMOKING FURNACE Cily firemen went to 238 Humphrey street last night where a furnace was reported smoking. SATURDAY - Regular classes. NEW SEMESTER BLOOMLVGTON, Ind. Wl . gym . Indiana University will start orientation . for new and freshmen students Tuesday, and registration will be Friday. Second semester classes will start Feb. 3. their mother, Mrs-. Ella Fisher, who is critically ill at the Westville hospital. .Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Rans and children were guests Monday evening of Mr. and Mrs. John Meyers of Pulaski. Monroe-Winamac P.T.A, met' Monday evening in the high school building. Mrs. Nke's second grade class won the attendance banner for the month. Supt. Lamoin Nice and Attorney Lester Wilson spoke and answered questions concerning the proposed school building. HOTEL SOLD RICHMOND, Ind. Wl — Sale of the Leland Hotel to Associated Hotels, Chicago, was announced Saturday by Mrs. Gath Freeman, managing director. The price was not disclosed. 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