Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 2, 1977 · Page 21
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 21

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, October 2, 1977
Page 21
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, October a. lfT7 Sheridan Treasurer Of Pulaski Schools W1NAMAC - William Sheridan has accepted a position as treasurer ol the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation. Sheridan, 321 N. Riverside, Winamac, is currently an employe of the Letters Ford Slate Bank, Rochester. He will begin his new position with the school corporation Oct. 10 at a yearly salary of $10.500. '+•*- + Representatives of the State Board of Tax Commissioners will conduct hearings Tuesday on the 1978 budgets of the taxing unitsln Pulaski County. Alaska Attraction ANChOKAGE, ALASKA (UPI) — An extraordinary feature of Alaska is a desert north of the Arctic Circle where summer temperatures often climb above 100 degrees Fahrenheit, This unique Arctic desert area is one of the sites proposed as new Alaskan national parkland. The hearings will begin at 3 a.m. in the auditor's office In the courthouse. It is anticipated that the tax commissioners' representatives will recommend reducing the budgets because Pulaski County will be $76,972 over the frozen levy even if the appeal to allow some expenses outsidc.the freeze is granted. The ri'presnetatlves of the tax board will make recommendations to the state tax board in Indianapolis who will make the final determinations. Scheduled for 9 a.m. are !he following taxing units; county unit, the townships of Beaver and Jefferson and West Central Schools, at 9:30 a.m.. Ihe budgets of Cass and Franklin townships will be reviewed: 10 a.m., townships of Harrison, Indian Creek and Monroe: lO.-.'iu a.m., Rich Grove, Salem and Tippccanoe: 11 a.m., Van Buren and White Post, The afternoon schedule lists the following !:.'!» p.m.. Eastern Pulaski Schools. Franccsville. Frnncesville- PUBLIC AUCTION By Order of The Cass County Commissioners, The Following Articles will Be Sold at Auction in the Hall At .The Court House On: Wed. Oct. 5th, 1977 at 9:00 A.M. (Morning) Stainless Steel Trays; Saucers; Pie Plates; Dinner Plates; Commercial Dish Washer and Drainer; Antique "PENNY" Weight Scales; Other Misc. Items. Immediately Following Personal Property Sale, The Real Estate Will be Sold At Auction that Has Been Advertised by Auditor Mlshia Wood. . '• BOARD OF CASS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AUCTIONEER: Gene Angle-Larry Aaron weval we value you >ve it SUN.-MON.-TUES., OCT. 2-3-4 ONLY TYSON MIXED I fryer parts 2-Breast Qtrs., 2-Leg Qtrs 2-Wings, 1-Pkg. Giblets Ib. BEST BUV SKINLESS MILD CURE bacon pkfl. WHITE ENRICHED marsh WITH COUPON MLOW TYSON . Chicken Livers.,..,.,...,.;. .,,69$ c'ube Steaks ib*1.78 GORTON BATTER DIPPED Fillets , 5 . 0i p*,*1.29 EMCE SKINLESS Link Sausage ,^,99$ IN THE PIECE Large Bologna.......... ,88$ +><++*+>+><*« '/2-GAL. MARSH Vanilla, Chocolate-Marble or Butterscotch-Marble 20-ox. WITH COUPON AND $3 OROIH WITH COUPON AND •« OROIH MARSH SNACK CRACKERS box SWKTHIART 6-INCH WHITE PAPER PLATES 100.ct.i MARSH SALTINES box YOHKTOWN ALL f LAVORS 3 DIAMOND MANDARIN Oranges ,,^39$ Drinks E-Z BAKE RoguUI or Sffll-Aisin; ~~ HUDSON ASS'T FACIAL .', 'i Flour. 5 ib 8 . g 69$ Tissue.... ™.c, 60 ,39C MARSH CRANBEIW JUICE HUDSON ASS'T PAPfH Cocktai I *,* D,. 89$ Towels 9 »;. «A4$ ANGEL SOrr ASS'T BATMdOOM DEL MONTE ' • ' ' Tissue 4^, M ..62C Pumpkin , 6 . w « n 29<P Assorted Colors HARDY MUMS 4-Inch Pot doz. «3.89 7-inch Pot .a 890 3 for «2.S9 FALL PLANT SALE! UNO JIWV 10 MUM* IIAOI PLANTS IKON ONIAC MILD CURE . SLICED BACON 1.1D pkg 99$ 'Gooo imu Oci 4lh .. WITH cauro* AND *9 O»DE « In «MttMn to tfttt cogooft ov'Cha <*Mclutf)nf b««r. wine k lobcccol MARSH WHITE BREAD ^SO<J.lo«ftO^ Soon in™ Oei. «n WITH COUPON AND SO ORDER In addition 10 rtiit coupon purcftftt (•McfiKlina D**f. Mint ft tobtcco) MARSHJICE^CREAM of Bun«i*cotcf)-Mkfb)« •4-trt. 489 Good intu Ocl 4t» • Salem library, and Winamac; 2 Library and Pulaski 'County p.m.. Monterey. Monterey Library. PUBLIC AUCTION CONSIGNMENT SALE Ut and 3rd Wadnesdays of each month at 6 :00 P.M. Location: Royal Center Livestock Market, Royal Center, Indiana • • Wednesday, Oct. 5th Sale - 6 P.M. Truckload of nursery stock - shrubbery, etc. Canned goods - all types. Auctioneer: Jerry J. Weese—Phone <2i9) 643-3265 Royal Center, Ind, Are you leaving this responsibility to someone else? At one time or another most of us will be faced with choosing a funeral director, or arranging a funeral. There is no need to make it more difficult or add to the responsibility of others. There are two ways to make things easier later on. One is to decide now on the funeral firm that best meets your needs. The other is to make any specific wishes concerning arrangements known now to the funeral director of your choice. FISHER FUNERAL HOME 303 W. MARKET PH. 753-6301 US 24 WEST I US NO. 1 "WINTER KEEPER" POTATOES The p:,aros-Tribune, logansport. Ind.—21 lOGANSPORT'S FINEST FRUIT MARKET LOGANSPORT ALL VARIETIES APPLES IBS. STANLEY "PRUNE' PLUMS 4 IBS. V 2 bushel... 3.981 OUR OWN BLEND IS NOW READY APPLE CIDER GAL. DAMWCRS DISCOUNT DEPARTMENT STORE* Satisfaction Ouaraitt««d /Hten r«u tit ntt t*H*t »n\ti IM lii>\tiet>an O^mnit* Ji j£ IH out tto't MONDAY, OCTOBER 3 AND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4 TIMES THE SAVINGS! J Bring in your manufacturers' coupons from magazines, newspapers, and mail! 3D will double the savings of all manufacturers' coupons, so your savings are twice as great! Remember, no retailers' coupons or "free" coupons will be doubled,.. only manufacturers' coupons. Your 10 C coupon will be worth 20 C ! Your 20 C coupon will be worth 40 C ! This offer is, valid only on items 3D sells, and no, bonus will be given on items where the value of the item is less than the value of the coupon. While Quantities Last. Sorry, no rainchecks. . ' * *f ' " I •> -r i •• 7 ••-,>•-; t ' we value you our low prices prove ii OWN DAIIY 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. 3300 U.S. 24 E. SUNDAY 11 A.M. TO 6 P.M. LOGANSPORT, IND.

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