Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 9, 1948 · Page 7
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8 Logonsporf Fharos-Tribun*' Rotary Holds Quiz Show (her Sixty Members Attend Keg- nlar Meeting: Pitnfl of ''Kx- ; 'pcrts"' HMU Contest. .'Over sixty members of the Rotary club attended the regular weekly meeting held in the banquet room of the Barnes hotel Monday noon. President Harry liiscnbisc presided during the meeting. Entertainment was in form Of a quiz show witli a Republican team of Robert Justice, George .Murphy and Troy Babcock competing apalnst a Democrat team ot Jim 6'Donucll. ("trover Tintberlake and George Brubaker. The "experts" wero asked questions by the audi- (ifiec and wore credited with points for correct answers. The Democratic team won the prizes oC Cigars and candy. J The club congratulated Jim O'- Donncll. Tom Medland. S. U. Siena and Jud- Druck on their recent election as Chamber of Commerce officers. Tom- Baker and Robert Justice were inducted In the Proud Fathers' club and presented a [ceding cup. „ One year members gave a short autobiographical sketch. They ivere" Bill Anderson, Tom Anderson. Tom Baker, Juil ,Druck, Kus- sx.ll Cantlcy, Dr. Edwin Coats, Paul Morton, Don Shuck and Gordon Muehlhausen- T«'red Manna and Dean bmitii were members of the program committee and Nat Paulu.«. Fred Watts and W. R. Cummins of Indianapolis were guests for, the meeting. ~'Tues. Evening, Mar. 9, 1S948 Hospital Notes ' .llcmorlal ' Born to: Mr. and .Mrs. Donald ! Kite, 1"4 West Linden avenue, a i daughter. 1 Admissions: Cordell Forrest, 'route 1. Camdcn: Mrs. Ruth Jolly, :1S14 Spear street; John Anderson, : 1!2B Ket River avenue: Miss Mary 'Alice Caldwell. S27 High street; Mrs Marilyn Wilson, route 1. Bunker Hill: Mrs; Ethel Angle, route 3, Logansport, Dismissals: Mrs. Lillian Walsh, 619 Bates street: Mrs, Mary Palmer, route 6, Logansport; Mrs. Fred Hinkle and son, Flora- St. Joseph's Admissions: Homer Holcomb. 311 West Miami avenue; Claude Butt, route 4. Monticeilo; Mrs. Jennie Seybold, 114 Tenth street. Dismissals: Morris Little, route 2. Walton; Miss Rita Gormley. 2101 Smead street; Mrs. Mary Lindesmith. Walton; Mrs. James Spencer, route 1. Walton. BIRTHS Lt. and Mrs. B. C. Horton, ot Patuxent River, Maryland, arc the parents of a daughter born February 2 Mrs. Horton was formerly .Vina Lois Murphy, daughter of Mrs. William F, Murphy, who has just returned after a six-weeks' visit with the Mortons.. Lt. Horton is stationed at tho Naval Air station there. Camden Buys Fire Truck Charge to Be .Hade for Tsc ot Truck In Any Xclzl.borinp Town ships Which Do >"ot Have Fire Truck. CAMDEN. Ind.. March 9—A new fire truck equipped with a 500- gallon water tank' and a pump capable of throwing 500 gallons of water per minute, with 1600 feet of hose of various sizes, has been purchased by Jackson township, Carroll county, from the American Fire, Apparatus company o£ Battle' Creek, Mich., according to the announcement o£ Walter 0. Sprinkle, trustee. The truck will be manned and housed by the town oC Camdcn and maintained by Jackson township. Two volunteer crews are subject to call, one for night and another for day calls. Calls will be made to any fire in Jackson township without charge, but when a run is made to a neighboring town or township and that township does not li*vc a fire-truck capable Of returning the favor, a charge of LKTTKJl Robert Twlss, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Twiss, Ot 1S25 East Broadway, has been awarded a letter for his performances with the Golden Gloves boxing team at Kemper Military school, Boonville. Mo., it was announced torlny by iiis coach. Major Dale Allison !$23 will be made. Sprinkle announced. If that"township has a truck which could return such a call, no charge will be made. i These rules and regulations ! were drawn up by the trustee and i township advisory board composed of Ray Myers, Jesse Zook, and i John Witter. header; Kelly Frushour, recreation leader; and Maurice Nice, ! news reporter. | it was voted to name the club, I the "Do Betters." Boston Red Sox Fail To Impress Mr. Harris HOW POTST GOT HIS -W.ME LIXCOLX, Neb.. (UP)—George (Potsy) Clark, new football coach at the University o£ Nebraska, has carried his nickname since he was a farnl boy in Michigan, He was fond of milk in those days. It brought on a rotundity that caused the nickname. OTA1K TO BUIfALOS RAWLINS, Wyo. (UP)—Rawlins has decided agains.t a repeat performance of its 1047 "Bow and Arrow Buffalo Hunt.",The event was the target of criticism from humane groups and newspaper stories called it a "St. Valentine's Day Massacre." Three bull buffalo were killed. Grimm Will Gamble On Young Piayers i agree 'with the experts who have I made the Boston Red Sox the pre; season favorites for the American ' league pennant. i "Naturally they are going to bo : tough," the Pilot o£ the world | champion Yankees said today as ; he sat in the dugout at Miller Hug- : gins field while coaches Chuck 'Dressen and Red Corriden drove : the New Yorkers through a stren- ! uous workout. "But don't go out on ia limb for them just because ot ! that off-season strengthening." The Beantowners became the favorite for the flag when they ac' quired Joe McCarthy as manager, 1 pitchers Ellis Kinder and Jack i Kramer and shortstop Vern Sta- iphens from the Browns and out- I fielder Stan Spence Irom the Sen- lators. "However, a lot of experts are i forgetting that we Have scrength- ! ened our club, too," Harris pointed iout "Why I wouldn't trade Ed 1 Lopat and Red Embree for Kinder ' and Kramer. As for Spence, I don't see how he car. help them in tho outfield. I'd take Sam Mele over him. Stephens, of course, will help don't win more games for ! Kinder and Kramer win for Mc- Cartliy. i Harris also pointed out that the , Yankees had picked up other •- players who promise to help the j c iub. 1 cli££ ji a p e s, who batted .305 with , Kansas city i as t year; Gerald I Co j emani a s ;( C k looking infielder; 1 p ;, cners Tommy Byrne; Frank Mil- j ljjr ajld clarence (Cuddles) Marj shall and catc her Rrilph Houk are ! eitner newcomers or players back ; fQr a secon( } try with the Yankees j wbQm Harris believes will be of , "Mapes could be a good out- : fielder; Houk a good catcher: Cole- 'man. if he can hit major league ' pitching, a fine infielder." Harris ' said. "And Byrne, Miller and Mar! shall may have come along enough to make the grade this year. "And don't forget Don Johnson, whom I figured was going to be a j world boater last spring.^ He got a •i little too cocky and wasn't of much i use to me but I'm still convinced ! he is a major league pitcher and ! he's a year older ' now and has ! learned his lesson. I "All in all. I don't sec where ! anyone can honestly say that we Administratrix Sale We will sou the property of the late Harvey A Fry at my residence, ncross R. R. frojn Dye Lumber Co., In Royal Center, on SATURDAY, MARCH 13 AT 12:30 P. M. ^me'-made trailer; light trader; bench type Royal ator, copper kettle, lot quart fruit jars. Not responsible for accidents-Terms Cash. cream BRIDGE, Auctioneer RUTH L. FRY, Administratrix BRIDGE, Clerk "AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE at the Waldron Auction Room at 123G Woodlawn on MARCH 10, 1948 ATI P.M. routine of — Two electric stoves; white kerosene rajige; Es- (ot of dishes and other misc Price, Clerk. LOS ANGELES. Cal.. March S — (UP)—Uncle Charley Grimm, the genial boss man of the Chicago Cubs, isn't saying much these days. His brow is furrowed and he appears to bo looking into the future—an assumption that is at least partially correct. "I'm just going 'to have to bank on some youngster to como through and make a pennant contender out of this club," ho said. "I'm banking on young Cliff Chambers to turn into a regular starter tor my club. He looks like a winner—and if he is, he'll lift a lot ot worries about the pitching department." Chambers, a 24-gnme winner with Los Angeles in the Pacific Coast League last year, has looked good in spring training so far—and Grimm hopes he is as good as he looks. However, Jolly Cholly has a few other worries, too. He is trying to convert Peanuts Lowery. the | outfielder, into a third baseman. If i that experiment jells, it will add i butting punch to the inner defense, j practice sessions, Lowery has i looked 0. K., with an adequate | arm. Ho worked at the spot part' time last year I "I'm hoping that Jess Dobernic. another Los Angeles pitcher, will fill the bill for us as a relief man," says Grimm. "He was phenomenal with the Angels in a relief role last year — and lie could save us a lot ot games." Veterans are nailing down the i catching berths; first base, second ' and shortstop—and two of the out- I field spots will be handled by Phil iCavaretta and Andy Pafko. The third will go to Bill Nicholson—if he hits. However, if any one of the trio shows-any signs o£ 'weakness, Grimm has a youngster- just waiting for such an opportunity. "His name is Clarence Maddern and lie may be terrific as a. Major Leaguer," says Charley. "He's a slow starter, nut ha batted around .400 the last mouths of the Pacific Coast League campaign and •may bo just what tho doctor ordered for our outtield'." Cleveland, and Lopat, ob- from the White Sox, for Isome time. i "They figure to help us a lot and 'give them a, shade, they certainly i haven't jnade up the 14 game mar- i gin by. which we beat them last WITH THt MIRACLE WEDGE Hillis Speaks At Exchange State Club President Talks and I Polio Movie Shown Darin? Eeg! ul«r Meeting. I Dr. Lowell Hillis, state Exchange I club president spoke at the regu- | lar weekly meeting of the organi- ! zatiou held Monday evening at the Logan club. He gave a report o£ the activities of the' clubs throughout the state and announced that a regional conference of Exchange clubs will be held in April at Lafayette. local club would attend the regional meeting, A movie on the treatment of polio was shown following: the business session. President Del Moon presided. The next meeting will be a. I Ladies Night affair at the Logan.; club next Monday in place ol the regular business meeting. Seventeen members were present and Don O'Neill was program chairman for the day. The Italians were the first Europeans to use playing cards, and the 1 French originated the four suits ! during the 16th century. But the i veteran card sharks are the Hindu- j stani, who were playing 1,100 years ! ago. Classified Ads WALDRON, Auctioneer— Dial 6974 PUBLIC SALE quit farming I will sell the .following property j D " rC "' k THURSDAY/MARCH 18, 1948 : Commencing at 11:30 a. m. tho following property: 10 HE\D CATTLE— One 7 year old part Guernsey cow with calf by side- l-3yr. old Guernsey and Shorthorn with calf by side; 2 Guern- «5v yearling heifers; 4 2-year old heifers; 1 Guernsey cow, a years old, will freshen soon: 1 good 3 year old Shorthorn bull. : CORK— About 1000 bu. PUPS— 4 Black Cockers. 1 FARM TOOLS— John Deere B tractor on good rubber, with culti- rators. equipped with lights; Avery tractor disc; Spike tooth. 2-sectIon barrow John Deere 2-bottom tractor plow; John Deere 909 corn planter with fertilizer and hill drop attachments: John Deere end gate .eeder with grass seed attachment: Montgomery Ward 0 in. hammer mill: scoop board; rubber tired wagon flat rack; 5 good hog houses; hog fountain; oil tank heater: Myers three way forco pump with glass cylinder; dchorners; 50 foot bolt: old International manure spreader; old harness and collars and other artcles. Terms: Cash. No property to be removed until settled for. Lunch by Ladles oC The Upper Deer Creek Christian Church. HAROLD D. GILBERT C.' F. Crume, Auctioneer. Darroll Merrell, Clork DWELLING HOUSE FOR SALE At 1:30 P. M. on THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1948 At public auction to the highest and best bidder for cash paid! down when sale is made. Immediate payment required in full at j time bid is accepted. Purchaser will be required to remove building j at once and have removal cotnpleted on or .before noon Monday, March: 15, 19-JS. Right is reserved to require any bidder to deposit $100.00 cash i before his bid is recognized, such down-payment to be retained if bal- j ance ot purchase price is not paid immediately by successful bidder, i No payment accepted' unless in cash or bank draft or similar bank j paper. Right reserved to reject any and all bids. Sale made pursuant to decree of Cass Circuit Court. Purchaser must not damage foundation in removal. Ons story f-ame approximate dimensions: I Twenty-tsar feet by thirty; feet, asphalt sided. Street address: 920 Bates, Logansport. This sale is had in connection with the disposal of JONES COAL YARD In addition to the house, there will be many miscellaneous items i of personal property sold, including:. 4 eleotric switch boxes: IS iron' posts, 15 feet in length; used wire; odd assortment of lumber; new j uncratcd Warm Morning Heatrola: 1 used coal stove: 4 -desks; 4 chairs; odd.assortment of office equipment? 1 coal'scales; 1 coal track conveyor: forks, shovels, jacks, assorted coal yard tools; 2 lime spreaders. ; Terms: Cash. Not responsible for accidents. Dated March 5th, 194$. STATE EXCHANGE BANK , Culver, Indiana : j Hillis & Killis, Attorneys. Frank Kivett, Auctioneer. | FARMERS GET-TOGETHER! High School Gymnasium (Berry Bowl) FRIDAY MARCH 12 7 -30P.M. 2 BIG FREE SHOWS Featuring the Colored Motion Pictures: "Liberia, Africa's Only Republic" and "The New Champion" We wtdially invite all farmers to come and bring their families as our guests. Refresh- ments will be served. STORES 3rd & Eel River Ave. Dial 3922 NOW AVAI LABLE — FOR PROMPT DELIVERY HOME GARAGE DOORS STANDARD SIZE COMMERCIAL DOORS Early Delivery on Special Size Doors OVERHEAD DOOR CORPORATION Hartford City. -Indiana riione Hartford City 241 EASTERTIME AT WARDS MEANS QUALITY AT DOWN-TO-EARTH PRICES Kewsmaking two-^av collar dress shirt doubles for dress or sport. Assorted colors in woven orpriated cotto'na".llH-14H. 2.49 Crisply tailored', slacks : in hejLvyr twill weave gsLbarflline, 40% .^ Wool •• (balance cotton)'; KuevTanj^rown. 10-18.;' '' " • Jr. ; boys' ptardincslacTcsvt?::;.,. 3.91 Jr. boys'- dress shirt -vritrr long >Ic«vcs; . regular Jcngtb.- tails, Sanforized (shrinkage 1%). Blue; tan, green strJDes. 4-10. ASK ABOUT-WARDS MONTHLY FAYMENT PLAN

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