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Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, March 9, 1948
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Tues. Evening, Mar. 9, 1948 11. FOR SALE COCKEREL CHICKS Assorted Heavy Breeds $!>.50 Per Hundred LOCAN HATCHERY 824 Michigan Ave. Phone 4202 t. Wanted to Buy WANTED TO BUY: Second-hand bathinette and Mix-year crib in good condition. Call 9682. GET CASH for tbat sewln; machine that yon do not need. DlaJ 4454. \V-\>-TLD TO BUY: Good Js^rl T-airfiobe trun-{, Ilartrnan or otu-j er make. Phone 5523 Death Claims Newton Keller ^rvsr sr ro c° ss Thnrsdnj Afternoon. DELPHI, Ind,, March 9—A. Newton Keller, 76, passed away at 7 o'clock Sunday night at his home south ot Delphi. •11! remain at the Patrick funer- 1 home In Delphi until Wednesday oon when It will be taken to the acob Battles-"home. Msgr. Aichinger Speaks to Knights Monsl&nor M- .T- Aichinger. ot St Joseph church, spoke to more han 100 members of the Knights IS h. Wearing Apparel YQUR EASTER OUTFIT U LiL ULA^^* I"*" ,_ . Born January 1, 1872 near Burlington, he was the son of Henry ' M. and Matilda Keller. • Surviving are three brothers, Albert and Everett Keller, both ot Rossville. and Ambrose, of Indian- apolls; a half-sister, Minnie Patrick ot Burlington; and his stepmother, Esther Keller, of Burlington. Funeral rites will be conducted , HEADY? Dressmaking and alteration. Anne Carroll, D21 Hig'-i Street, Phone 6856 13. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: Man's wool suit. SUe the church 37. Almost new.JPhone 838". 12. GOOD THINGS TO EAT CbickenaTwe dress ana deliver CITY PRODUCE CO. 428 S. 3rd St. Phone 4721 , CHICKENS—We Dress & Deliver Sixth Street Produce S10 S. Sixth Street. Dial 332D n~R¥AL~^ESTATE at ' o'clock Thursday afternoon at the North Fork German Baptist church with Jesse Miller. Elder, officiating Burial will be made n cemetery. .The boay FOR SALE: Nice modem 1 room house at 1507 Clitton Ave. Nice modern • house on W. Market St Would make fine tourist homo See J. J- McCormick for Rea Hstute. Over Central Drug. FOR SALE 130 acre medium heavy soil, 6 acres mtllable Umber; farm with improvements; G room fully insulated house, good fences on route 25 near LoganspVt. Possession. Six room strictly modern home in Fulton, ample clonets, full basement, garage, large lot, possession. Eight room strictly "modern Home in Fulton, hard wood floors, hot water heat, beautiful landscaped large yard, various fruits, garage, possession. Ten acre farm near Fulton, gaod heavy soil all tillable, Excellent slxroom house. Good barn, hen and brooder house, Priced right, deep well, fully electrified, low price, 30 day posesslon. Well located business build- Ing in Fulton, rented with better than 15% Investment. Possession. Six room modern with basement - hardwood floors - furnace heat. Large store adjacent lor business or rental - large yard, corner location - Fully Insulated. Possession. Buildi&g and business in Ful- toa known a. Friendly Club, Equipment and membership goes with the building. Money maker. Possession. Priced to sell. Ten acre heavy soil level farm, good building, burn, hen, and brooder house, garage, 5 room fully Insulated house, well fenced, all tillable, on route 14 near Kewanna east, possession. Six room strictly modern, full basement with 'furnace and shower stall, large yard, 3 extra lota. Hen house, double garage, possession. Jn Kewanna. Cottage at Bruce lake, finished Inside for year arouud home. cany to heat. Well, priced under $1500,00, possession. 7 room strictly modern home in Logansport, Oil Furnace, full basement. Aluminum storms and screens combination, closed back porch, newly painted, large lot. garage, possession, owner bought farm, priced under $5500.00. Well located in city ea»t end. Will handle some mortage. EDDY AGENCY Phone 29 Fulton, Indiana Wo Sold Your Neighbor FOR-SALE Or will trade tor city property, IMPROVED 20 ACRE MUCK FARM Nb*ly remodeled 6 room house with electricity in all buildings. 'Good fences. About 20 miles northwest of Logansport on State Road. See WM. BOILER Archie's Radio Service Phone 2-145 displaced persons program which the church Is interested. Final plans were also made for the annual St. Patrick'. Day dance to-be held March 17 In the K. of C hall Dick Mordent! and his band will provide music for danc- ln The lodee voted to ask local business nien to close offices and lhopg on Good Friday during the hours of 12 noon'and 3 p. Lola Kinsey Passes Away Resident of Gtlveston Community Snccaiiild Following Long IH- ADD TASTE TO YOUR TABLE Serve onr "old-fashioned home made bread. your Family and Friends will love It- HUBERT'S DELUXE BAKERY Between 4th and 6th on MM. St. INVITE SPRING INTO YOUR HOME! Sce „, for fine Enamels, THIn* Linoleum, Cabinets and other Redecorating *<* As LOCANSPORT CABINET CO.^ ^ ness GALVESTON lud.. Mar. 8 — Mrs! Lola Alice Kinsey, 75,'widow Collins Rites On Thursday Services for A&tMl Burrows L««7 Be Condncted At Burrows Cfcrlst- Ian Chnrch. Funeral rites for , Conklin Collins, S«. Burrows, who ,, Marshall Kinsey, pass-I died' Monday evening, will be con- at the home of her dau-j ducted at 1:30 o'clock Thursday, afternoon at the Burrows Christian church. The Rev. Howard Jenkins of Delphi will officiate. Burial will be In Ithe Davis cemetery, Burnettsvllle. Mrs Collins was born Sept. t>, 1861 In Carroll county, the daughter of John and Ellen Randolph Tavlor. For many years she restd. •*•"- ,, _ _ni _ Vin fnt* tllG Logonsport Pharor,TribuntJ3 Late Market Reports JNDIANAPOLIS "VJSTOCK INDIANAPOLIS, March S.- _(PMA)—Livestock: CMICAC C KIC A Q 0, March »—(UP)— (USDA)—Livestock: »low, Jater i. Prlce&",un; . «» d and clloico ieo-225 Ibi. ! .ven. Top 2S.25, spar <" ' * . O- »°» paringly. |J5 . 8SO lb , JLOO MiBO; 100 -S50 to IS. and choice ghter, Mrs. Ernest Benner at « o'clock Tuesday morning. She nao been ill for nine weeks and death was due to complications. She was born : in Cass county, the daughter of'.Dr. and Mrs. David C. Barnett and had spent most of her life-in this commun- member of tne Kokomo, and had mads, her "Sine here since the death of her husband in-1941. Surviving are the daughter; two grandchildren, Norman Benner of Blkhai-tf. and Mhfi Kathryn Ben- great-grand- 270 to 290, Ibs 1975' 360-400 tbs- iMO: 100- Ibs 21.00 to J2.25; 160 Ibs 17.75-20.25. Sows also i 18 . 75 to 20.75, 300-J75 pounds- about 18.00; few choice 18.50. Cattle, 2,60<?: ha 17 73-SU.iO- ou"= i»->» -- -• ... *KO_ 50 lower, at mostly 1T.OO and! to 1.-50. Most good -d cho.ce-*»• . . _v_^. lightweight* 550 Ibs sows !..« to 15~i>, , * Cattle: 8,000. Calves: 800. y ;V; 500: light Slaughter steers and heifers slow. About steady except good to choice mixed yearlings and steers Ibs. down, getting dependable a <: • , teer3 1200 pounds and up n fully steady, practically ail (i, i.i*»..1 »„!_•* A— f-m to £.-r' c ;,=r^ L± «™r l ;A«°- sx^&^^^&sffSA zsrsjsszJssst zsrsxss '"«'^S:-a* --ss member church. Survivors are the husband, Alex *-""•* , £| __ __„.-, »ft»t two daughters and fl Sylvia Elmore and Everson. Logansport; Frank Conk. Mrs. Mrs. Henry I 07. around 1COO-1IOO lb. loads choice. S t*ts .£«& =3 to, 25. 312 E. DELIGHT YOUR GUESTS! Bern them paries of dcllekms duality and tempting, appearnnce From HILBERT'S DELUXE BAKERY ner at home; one child, Carol Kay Benner of EiK- ^•"^Tc^:" DavW. Delphi; hart; two brothers, Fred Barnett Un on ^ rt; ^ t , of New Waverly and Harry Bai- ^f _ Schuyler) city; 21 gracdchil- nett of Kokomo; and one sistir, ^ .« _• »H)l-n-Qll Vf>*> ! U- 1 ,.„ ,. , aren and 17 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Carrie Duncan ot Milwaukee, j ^^ ughteri Mrs . Mahala Buvtls, , steady, good and Wisconsin. Soveral nieces and nephews also survive. Funeral services will be coil- ducted at the John Thomas funeral home at 2'.SO o'clock Thursday afternoon with Rev. Gerald Geiger in charge. Burial will be made in the Galveston cemetery. died in and three children died j Sheep, in infancy. _, , ,. ' »telr «*Ke The body will be returned to the Jidence from the Miller funeral fat lambs moder- 25 23-25. home at Tuesday. Monticello at 5 p. m. Beet balls 23.50. at S2S down. Stocker and active. afternoon. Houses FOR SALE: Two lots on Soutliside- Good location. Priced rsammably. Owner leaving town- Inquire o -\V. Melbourne, WANTED: Housa or tarm. clow to Logansport tor caih. Writ* EOI 4i, Pharos-Trlbuno- A HOUSE In Logansport for case Post Office Box 298. , CASH LOANS LINCOLN FINANCE CO., INC. Logansport Farms — Trailers Have Them AH For The Best Boys In Ren) Estate - CftH Miller's Adequate Realty Fourth- St FOR SALE—G room modern home near high school. Stoker heat. Phone 3283. Real Estate Homes Businesses . Farms Small house, new, semi-modern, priced J2600. Immediate possoss- slon, financed. ESSENTIAL business well established ; In small town, close, priced for <juick sale. MODERN duplex -will pass G. I. loan. FIVE A SIX room houses with extra "lots In East End. __ ALSO Small farm, close In. possession »oon. This Is an. ideal spot with good semi : modern house and barn. SEE us for home loans or 4 percent farm loans. We have & large selection ot Homes in Logansport. Also Business Places and Farms of all sizes. Terms. Many that will pass GI loans. -For To. Buy-Or Sell Anything In Real. Estate" ' see. ; MILLER'S ADEQUATE REALTY CO.. Geo. J. Miller, Mgr. Home Phone '.420 Fourth St. Phone 3720 «o Rx Up YOUR CAR • If you fittd money to itptit your car of buy new pins, get a loin from u» to cover the cost. We advance cwh promptly for ihil of »ny other useful ... purpose. Come to our tffici or phoitt. UAVELU BATES 407 W E.-Bdwy. l' h - *" 88 CANS f SPRING 15 JUST AROUND THE CORNER I OF THE BROODERHQUS^ US FOBTHOSE STORE FRO^T JOBS" and Plato Blocks. SS Plione 2456 . BET-R-WAY GLASS PROD. INC. Fulton Man Dies in Ohio Herman Danke, 68, Dies Snddenly Of Henrt Attack Jn Cincinnati Cass Historical Society to Hold Special Meeting The Cass County Historical Society will hold a special meeting i_ »v,» Mfv roiirt room at 7:30 good near 90-lb- fe 2160- medium to good OO^l-OO; ^^' medium to choice 8.00- 9— ROCHESTER, Ind., March Herman Daake, 68, 520 Madison street city, died suddenly of eligible i steady. CHICAGO CHICAGO, March 9. -(UP)- ^Poultry- H truck., firm. 38 He« In the city court room T, m Wednesday, according to the announcement of Will Ball, presl- The purpose of the meeting Is to consider the details of tho trust which Is being established to care for funds row on hand, and to be received in the future, lor the purchase and maintenance of 90 .core , a permanent home for the Society. 90 score ou 38 Leghorn hen. 24, colored fryers 32' Plymouth Rock, 34. Whit* Rock rrver. M Plymouth Rock broiler. 2 mite Rock brolly S2, colored hroilers 35 "White Rock spring* S9 Rock springs 3.. colored S2.85 or better for beet * amb«. indications buyer demand. some order CLEVELAND LIVESTOCK CLEVELAND, March »— (UP)— ' Twin, 4MW. vous. S3 , , heart 'attack in a Cincinnati, Ohio, The ula ii] ng; . campaign for new For The Best In FAKM EQUIPMENT Call or Seo LEHNUS BROS. jUUs • Ckalmers D««l«r Soath Edge of Logansport on St. Bd. T» FOR EXCELLENT WINES & LIQUORS At l5«. « low « possible . «.nd.r f.lr M. relation. Stop At The REGAL LIQUOR STORE 408 4th St Phone 8548 Chlck season Is already here. You will want a flock of sturdy pullets shelling out high-priced eggs next fall, so . fill your brooder houses very soon -with BARKER'S BETTER BRED CHICKS They live. They lay. Don't forget early chicks pay best. Get them going before springs •work. Order now. LOGAN HATCHERY S24 Michigan Ave. Phone 4202 1Vrcckcr Service Sight nnd_P«y Complete SWTlC. All ol C«rs Bodj-, Fender and I Faint Cur Greasing Expert Sclbcrllnf Tire Plstrlbntprs_ Cor Washing i Hl?l> and .jpolishlng Motor-Ch«sslt Cleaning _ r STAR MOTOR CO. io7-iii.im.iw »««th sirrt at »S«U*fylnf TOB Will Be Otr KLwarrt" Blul *!'*• at Charlie's Auto Market •'When In Need — Come To hospital Monday night. He was taken ill- Thursday evening, but was reported as improved. He had been a resident of this city for the past 23 years and was employed as t&_e supervisor of the safety department ot the Brie Railroad- He was a member of the Grace Methodist church, the Masonic lodge, the Order of the Eastern Star and several railroad organizations. His wife, the former Ellen E. Santon, preceded him in death on May 6. 1947. Three brothers, Paul, Rudolph and Carl, all of Eagle Grove, Iowa, are the only survivors. The body IB being returned here to the Zimmerman -Brothers funeral home where friends may call. Rites are pending. members. Is proving very successful Mr. Bail said. The membership is now at the highest figure for many years, if not in the entire history ot the Society, he reported. Revision of the constitution to meet the requirements of the enlarged activities ot the Society also will be discussed at the meeting. score 73; carlots score TStt. md browns «OJ ' axlra " go mar k«t • • percen t unsettled, A «-4«; joixuan <v •"- *•—- _ extras 60-70 percent A, «-«. dards 42-43; current receipts dirties 39*; checks 38. Potatoes: Arrivals 90. On track 232; total shipment 97. Receipts 400. Active to strong undertones. choice *28- hoice 126-28: cows: Choice t-0- 28; bulls: choice $20-23. Calves: recelpU 3SO. Active and firm. Choice $25-30. Sheep & Lambs: receipts 409. Active aud steady to firm; supply limited. Choice $21-23. ,v 'Hogs: receipts 1200. Market at standstill this morning:, blddlnr i.1 lower, Heavyweights 300 Ibs J19.25-20.50. PRODUCE Swift & Plione <«»» OW roosters ......... 104. NOTICE TO «E1RS, CREDITORS AND t-E«ATEES NO. :3024 , In tho matter of tho estate of Mary A. Klcketts, Deceased. In the Cass Circuit Cuurt, January Term, NOTICE Is hereby League Committee Meets Wednesday Members of the registration committee of the Leaju* of Women Voters will meet Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock with Mrs. Orvllle FOx. 1029 North street Members of the committee include Mrs. •William Stelnhibler,. Mrs. Don Hirschman, Mrs. Ed Klnsel and Mrs. Clark Welsh. Market: Supplies moderate. Track sales per 100 lb.-: Idaho Russet market slightly stronger For northern stock demand light market about steady Idaho Rus- given to the Katees of Mary per- Kerns Infant Dies At Local Hospital Gerald Lynn Kerns. 22-months- somTintereVted ir said estate tc> ap- oear in said circuit court, on Monday the 5th day ot April, ««, being- the day 1'lxed and endorsed on the l_I^AU settlement account of Frank Small, administrator do bonln non of saia A LI TO S GLASS For Quick - Perfect Work ested, are also hereby £& " ,to »ny P»rt to Adniinl«tr& Charles B. YurloU, Attorney £or Kstat*. «*tate. •ch, 1948. bonls nno, S-1S See Ds PROMPTLY HARRIS GLASS SHOP 1310 Peter St Ph. 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE COMPLETE BODY AND PAINT SERVICE L. I. EMMERD BODY SHOP "^Ve Take the Dents Out of Accidents" Phone 4737 PIPE THAWING ACETTLEXE AXD ELECTRIC WELDING Portable Service Anywhere RUSTY'S WELDING SHOP 901 S. Clcott FOR THE BEST IS S1VI£PEBS Set onr Anthorlied HOOTEK SAliS & SEBTICE J/EALEB ,»'ork Guaranteed - Fre, Pick-Dp ,.nd ua Pbone 3054 or Flanegln's Hdwe. or Hog OiUr Easy to Use $9.95 Rid hogs of menacing lice the easy, mojf effective woy- This oilsr per- mln hogt to oil th«melv*« under flankt. Mad* of jtrons qr22jl«"-_ SEARS FARM STORE nnd >'orth Kerns, ot Mr. and Mrs. Robert 1717V4 Woodlavn avenue, , died at «:45 o'clock Tuesday morn- g at the St. Joseph hospital. Born In this city on May 11. 1848, the child was' the son ot Robert L. Hid Juanlta Kerns. Besides the parents he Is survived by two sisters, Sandra Lee and Patty Lou: two brothers, Bobby and Danny: the paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kerns, city; and the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Cole, New Albany. The body Is at the Kroeger fun eral' home. rado nd Nebraska . n Bliss Triumph US 1 4.75. North Dakota Red JM«r Valley no sales reported, Cobbllers at 2.90. Showing dirty and Heavy hens , .11 .88 .20 .34 Sixth Street Product Phon« 3329 Leghorn cooks BEgs Leghorn hens No. 1 Springs Heavy hens •• .11 .38 .21 Elptra MM* Market Phon« decay at ,Sprlng lambs 2.SO. Wisconsin generally -good duality y - flM eaIvM Heifers Steers -. at S.35. __ _ NIW YORK PRODUCI NEW YORK, March 9— (UP)— Produce: li.OC , 28.00 2S.OO 2S.OO Third Street Morket Pbon« 1705 Produce: ' »" 42 potatoes—Malnes Katahdms MO. Eggs ' • 1 S.7B-.85; Green Mts. No, 1—^0 | yeals '.V. .19 w_ ion^»nfi. Trtnho Rui'sets 10 lb ,[ t _«inhs ......•••»••••*••""*.' ".1 Beef hide Veal hides bs. l.»0-2,00; Idaho t>H§ $5-69* ~ ,Dressed poultry: »"egiil»r. Live poultry: Irregular, TurXeys hens 68; toms 55-58; roosters, old 28- ducks Long Island 40; rabbits 30-42; fowls 3S-46; broilers 0 »t» S7-4»; pullets 42-58. I Soybeans No. American Cheese—whole milk -\yheat New York City basis per 'corn, cwt. ..' Logantport Grain Pbon* ' 1.22 . i '2.23 lb. Cheddar grass 19*7'49^-51; single daisies 43-60. CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE CHICAGO, Mar. 9-(UP)-Oraln ' 200 to . Jack Howltiiw Phone 4484 1«0 to »00 range: WHBAT Mar. May '22.50 22-35 FINAL CRAlh REVIEW CHICAGO, Mar. 9—(UP)—Grain futures dropped sharply on the i July board of trade today with soybeans Sept falling the permissible eight cent Open Hlfh Lo» Close J<0 to 2 50 '250 to 260 240% 241% 238% 241% ' C g 0 to , 70 232 236 229 235V t , ^ 2go 219% 221% 216% 220% - 80 to 290 .^21.50 .'21.00 20.50 20.00 18.50 limit. It was the second successive day that soybeans had fallen the limit and most grains moved downwards In sympathy with them- Brief rallies during the day wiped out some earlier losses but the trend ot the market was definitely down. , Traders attributed the decline to the government's small purchase of train to meet their April export allocations. The government is seeking to purchase 8,300,000 bushels of wheat, but only, awarded 10 per cent ot tho contract yesterday. Dec. CORN* May July Sept. Dec. OATS Mar. May July Sept. Dec. SOYBEANS Mar. May July Nov. 210 19« 180 165 214V4 103% 211 203U IS* 400 .. no dock, .. n ° . . 14.5 . JO.OO flown .. 12.56 158% 154 IBS 1SO% 108% 111 - 81% 80',4 350 $40 84% 82% 350 340 SI 80 350 340 80 83% 82% 350 340 333% 333% 33»% 333% NEW CRAWFORD DOORMASTER 8x7 Installed $75.00 FREE DEMONSTRATION R L STEINBERCER MARCH SPECIAL! SS aad -in aerial given FREE as an 815 15th ARCHIE'S RADIO SERVICE THE EASY WAY woojl tiocn *. .«.y wa y. W.'ll rent you «n •leetr* f**t Soiid.r and on Wg»r to r*mo»« eld vombk, point, rovjh ipoh. •otk »atMn« »er only— ••<trk USY TERMS ON FUtCHASK TOTAUNG $.10 Ol MORI j Duffey St^ckycnh phone 200 to 225 160 to 200 •• 225 to 240 •'• 240 to 250 160 to MO ...•••• 260 to 270 ..-•••• 170 to 180 JSO to 290 ....... X90 to 300 . •• SOO to 400 ..-•'••' So-ws 22.'5» M.BO 21.2S 21.75 20.50 20.0* ,17.15 dowft CalTes Lambi 21.00 20.00 $roeky«rdi Ph»«» KM 1«0 to 225 225 to 240 240 to 250 ISO to WO 160 to J70 270 to 2(0 280 to 290 290 to 300 JOO to 3(0 J50 itt 490 Sowt .... Stags .... Bo&rs ... Pigs .. 21.50 21-25 2L90 21-15 20.S5 17.75 ...... 11-50 19.75 down Lambs Bheep Buck* ».......».* .. 27.0C ,.v.rt 12-00 ;......' s.5o

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