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^"T! 1 ?Pharos-Tribune. Logansport. Ind. Sunday, Octobers. 1977 Friday's Football Scores S, Partonali By United Anderson 27 Andorson Madison is AnOvrwn Height* « Angola -17 Bluftton 22 Bedford-North Lawrence Wajfcmgton 10 Ben Davis 35 North Central- Marlon 7 Bloomtn«lon Norm 21 Madison Brazil 27 Salem ls> Brownnburn 34 Frankfort <; C.rmcl « Muncle Nurth d Carroll-Allen si Churuhusco a Chesterton 15 Crown Poinl 13 Columbia City n DrKalh 12 Cr««(orclsvlllf 23 NohtaxvllJr » Culver Military 20 K.-ilrlield B Decatur Central 3 Pike a Delphi « McCutcbron o Delta 13 AK-zandrla 0 Eastbrook IS Cass 6 Edgcwood 38 Cloverdalc 0 Elwood 13 Madison-Gram c Kvaruvllle Reitz 2] Ti-rre Ifai/tc International North 13 32 Tlpton JO Kv.lm.viUr North 31 Kvansvlllv Central 21 Kvansvtlle Memorial 36 Owens- Ixjro, Ky. CnUwllc ~ Kort Wayne Snider 10 Fort Wayn? North » r'ort Wayne South 14 Kort Wayne Elmnursl «• Pranticr-Scciivr. ppa. thunderstorm Gary Roosevelt U <j»ry Mann 8 Gary Wallace 21 lloharl 14 (irwwuurg 42 Aurora in C;reensca.ftlc 7 WL-SI X'lgo 6 Griffith 49 Lowell 6 Hamilton Heights 2fl Franklun C Hamilton Southeastern 19 Eastern Hancock 13, ol Hammond Clark it) Hammond Tech 6 Hammond Morton 31 KJIXI Chicago Washington 6 Hammond Noll 13 East Chicago Roosevelt 0 Harrison 21 Henton Central u Highland 21 Calumet u Homestead 26 New Haven e Indianapolis North u- e s t 28 Soutnpon 0 Indianapolis Manual 40 Indianapolis Howe 0 Indianapolis Iloncalli lli Indianapolis Scecjntt 6 Indianapolis Washington 26 Indianapolis Ripple 0 Indianapolis Cathedral 35 In- dianhpolls ShortridRc K Jasper 43 Mount Vernon G Kcntland » Turkey Run 7 Knlfthlstawn 42 Lapel 33 LaVllle 6 New Prairie 3 l-a(aye<tc 14 Kokomu Haworth 13 Lake Station 21 Knox 20 Lawrence North 35 Greenfield 0 Lawrencenurg G2 Batesvllic 6 Leo 34 Garret! 14. Maconaquah 20 Taylor I) Manchester 24 Caston 0 Marlon 13 Kokomo 12. ol Warriors Surprise Vikings DENVER—North Miami surprised North White 34-20 here Friday night. The Warriors got up fw) after the first period ;md then added 22 points in a bis second touchdowns and one conversion for North Miami to give him 5U points for the year. Ty Bahncy scared twice. Jerry Norman scored all three of North White's touch- and hosts Whitko Friday. Summary N. White . 068 6-20 N.Miami . . 6 2 0 6-34 Slals quarter. North While retaliated -downs to give him 48 points.for with TDs in the last three the year, periods, but it wasn't quite North White is 2-4 for the enough. season and is al Knox on Frank Chester scored three Fridav. North Miami is also 2-4 Blue jays Get Past Cavaliers, 12-6 First Downs Yds Rushing Yds Passing Total Offense Passes-Comp Intercepted By Fumbles-Losl Punts-Avg. Peniilies-Yds NW 6 ao 145 225 22-9 1 3-2 4-JJ KM 10 320 56 376 7-2 0 3-0 1-0 7-85 ID-Ill) Scoring NM-Ctester, 1 run (kick (ailed) NM-Chester. 11 run (Bahney run I NM-Bahney,32punlrel. (Chester run) NW-Norroan, 12 run I pass tailed) ' NM-Bahney, 25 pass I run failed* • NW-Norraan, 4 run (Stward pass I NW-Noraian. 6 run I run (ailed) NM-Chester,» ran I ruirfailed) Martlnsvllie 24 Jcllersonvlllc 13 Merrlllvllle 2D Andrean 0 Michigan Cliy Rogers 21 Valparaiso 13 Milan -10 Indiana Deaf School 7 Mliihawakii 20 Pcnn 0 Monrovia 3Q Brown County o Moorcsvllle 14 Speedway 7 Minister M Lake central 0 New Albany 34 Jennings Counly New Palestine 28 Trllon Central 0 North Central -Sullivan 20 Linlon 18, 3 ot North Judson 12 Culver 6 North Knox 26 Mitchell u North Ncvuon 33 Whlllng 5 North Putnam 12 South Putnam 0 Oak Hill 18 Northwestern 14 Pendleton Heights •U greenwood 0 - , Peru -18 Blacklord IS Plymouth" 14 Warsaw '7 Portage IB LaPorte 7. r Prairie Heights ao Central Noble, G River Forcsl 12 Gnry Wirt 6, ol Rochester 26 Goshen 7 Rockvllle 14 North Vermlllion o Rmhvlllc 22 Vranklln' 0 / South Adams 21 But Noble a) South Bend Clay. 21 South Bend Adams 7 • South Bend Washington 14 South Bend ftlley 0 South Oecalur ao North Dccalur 6 South VcrmUlion 28 Sullivan 8 Southern Wellt 14 Heritage 8 Southrldgc 33 Springs - Valley 13 Teli City 27 Castle 8 Tlppccanoe' Valley Zl Whllko 0 Trl 14 Shenandoah S. 3 ots Trl-County 31 West Central M) Union city 2T> Union County 20 Vincenncs 19 Terre Haute South o . . Wabash 21 Southwood 7~ W«rren Central 21 Franklin Central 7 Wawascc 18 Twin'Lakes 7 Wes-Del' 14 Mount Vernon- Hancock 0 West Lafayette 1 Lafayette Catholic 0 .-''.Western-Howard 3, Eastern- Howard 0, ol Wanted ride io'Globe in Delphi, first shitt. Phone 732-^020. ' + •' - BIRTHRIGHT—INDIANA offers counseling to any women confronted with an unexpected pregnancy. Coll collect 1317-457-0000. 12. Unfumiifnd Aportm«itf Sherry: You-con com* down from <h« ortlc now. I took lh> beat out of our bedroom and stored It at U-STORM-UM (N«xf to COM Plow). '• ," , love. George :LOANS. Firms, homes, business, and personal. AH inquiries strictly C0n(i(len1i«f317-74M 782. 7. left and Found CULVER—Culver scored first but It wasn't enough here Friday night. North Judson came back with two touchdowns in the last half to whip the Cavaliers 12-6 in a non conference contest. Steve Smith put his 38th point on the board this season for Culver with a four-yard run in the initial period, bill that's all the Cavaliers got for .the evening. Tim Rowe scored both of North Judson's TDs in the third and fourth periods from a yard away. All of the conversion tries for the evening failed. Smith gained 122 yards for the losers throughout the evening to, lead the losers: North Judson is now 5-1 for the year and will get back into Northwest Hoosier Conference play on Friday hosting West Central. Culvcr'is even at 3-3 for the year and it will host Winamac on Fridav. N,Judson Culver First Downs Yds Rushing Summary Stats 006 6-12 6000-6 Total Offense Passes-Camp Intercepted By rumbles-Lost Punts-Avg, Pcnullies-Yds Oil NJ 10 12153 19 172 8-3 4-1 4-27 6-50 Scoring C— Smith. 4ydrun (pass failed) N J-Rowe, 1 yd run (ran lalled i. NJ-Rowe,l yd nm Initialled i ' 209 0 209 1-0 0 7-S 1-15 Winamac Unbeaten Blackford Defeated By Bengals PERU-Peril kept ils conference hopes alive here Friday. The . Bengal Tigers whipped Blackford 18-15 lo push their leaguie record 'to 2-1 and 4ho overall record to 3-3. Sieve Brodie opened the Peru scoring with an 86-yard Jiickoff return in the first period. Kerry Murphy tallied in the third on a 54-yard run and Sam White finished- the Scoreboard work with a one-yard run .in the same period, al Alexandria on FAMILY WANT AD RATES WINAMAC-Winamac ran its unbeaten streak to II ' here Friday night. by defeating Pioneer, 23-32, in Cross Country. The Warriors Todd Kaminski was the individual, winner by setting a school and course record of 12:34 bettering the mark set by Jeff Shoemaker of Mentone in 12:45. Dave Lewellen of Pioneer placed second in the meet with a 12:51 time. , , Mark Reid and Steve Woody placed third and fourth for the Warriors. Th' Panthers captured fifth and sixtlTwith Eric Minks and . Charley Tribbeit.- The next runners for Winamac were Jon Chapman and Tom Davis placing 7lh and 8th to clinch the victory for the Warriors. • Dennis Lank and Brad Kit-' chell placed ninth and 10th for the Panthers scoring. The Warriors next contest will be at the Frontier Invitational this Monday, ' The Panthers will, take their 8-2 record against Rochester at Pioneer. ; ' Summary Kamiiuki (W), Levelled <ej,~Reid iW), Woody (W), Miflb (P), Tribbett (P), Chapman IW), Davis (W), Lank (P), Kltclwll (P), WuiningTime: 12:M. Peru Friday. Blackford Peru Wordl 10 n 12 13 14 15 Summary Slats 6« 72-15 60 I2()-1« First Downs •Yds Rushing Yds Passing Tottl Offense Passes-Comp Intercepted By Fumbles-U*l Punts-Avg. • Penalties- Yds. Peru Black 95 . 33 130 6-3 2 M 5-33 ;-.-. '. J-S5 . Scoring 86 kickoff .return . P-Bred!e, blocked) • ' • B-Bryinl,38ran(kkklai)ed) B-StulU, 58 pass (Tarr kick! P-Mufj*y, 54 run 1 run (ailed I P-White, i ran (passfalled) B-Safrty Ml (kick Days 2.43 2.67 2.92 3.16 3.40 3.64 3.89 6 Pays 333 3.66 4,00 4.33 4.66 4.9* 18 19 20 21 22 23 Braves Record First Win BUNKER H IL L - Maconaquah scored 20 points for the third straight time here Friday night, but the outcome this time was different. The Braves whipped Taylor 20-0 to record their first victory of the season. Rich 'Fye scored for • the •Braves on an eight-yard pass play from-Rich Vanderwerf'and it was enough for the victory. Paul Stevens kicked his.'first PAT of the season for a 7-0 lead in the initial period. Mark Choate picked up hte 24th point of the year in the third period on a one-yard, plunge and the kick failed. Eldon Miller finished off the scoring in the fourth period on a , one-yard plunge, and 'Stevens. , converted for thc,20 points; Maconaquah is now 1-5 for the • year and will be hosting Cass on Friday, , -- , " Summary Taylor 00 00- o M'quah , 706 7-10 Slals 'Mac Tay First Downs Yds Rushing Yds Pasting Total Offense Passes-Comp Intercepted By Fumbl«-Lost Punts-Avg. . Penalties.?*: Scoring M-Fye, tpassTSlewnsklcIt) M-Choite, 1 run (kickfailed) M-MiUer,lnmlSI«veiuilt*) 191 22 313 ir>2 :- 2 6-1 «-26 .5-55 8 80 .35 .115 ,ifr5 •I $•3 MI 4-30 25 4.13 4.37 4.62 4.86 S.VO 5.35 5.59 5.33 5.66 5.99 6.33 6.66 6.99 7.33 7.66 5.83 6.07 7.99 8.32 10 Day I 4.14 4.55 4.97 5.38 5.BO 6.21 6.62 7.04 7:45 7.87 8.28 8.69 9.11 952 9:94 0.35 ITATIMINTOfOWMttlMir.MANACUlim 'ANOCIKUIAHON ' .., J. M. Oraik ..................... ." ........ ................. L«t«IIKfl. ml Mlw. ntbmt* Want ........ .... ......... , ..................... : ,V. , , lftf«nip«rl Ind OWNII Hi L l( « l «n MmHptn. KM.. 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CA1M*O«OTMII M»ta \. i. TOTAI umimmem r, uftKi un. art-ova. muctoiiNTio. Cougars Trounce Stars, 28-0 THORNTOWN-Carrali put it all togetherhere Friday night. The Cougars came up with 328 yards rushing and a 28-o victory over Western Boone in a non conference game! Tony Oowden scored his 32nd point of the season on a touch- down-and'a'conversion run and he racked up 176 yardb on the ground during the affair. x While;Dowden was handling the offense Ja> Bush 'was working on defense. He ended with 11 solo tackles and six as&isls v , Carroll scored in the first quarter and then added 22 points in the second for-the Mctory / "Carrroll has a shot at the Midwest Conference leading Tri Countv Cavaliers on'f'nday i Carroll is 1-1 in the league and Tn Count vis 20 Summary Cirroll ' 6BOO-a W.BooM i 0099-0 jUts Car WB ». S 9 M 14 x Ml » H IM 1 J-l The'above are. tosh rates for private party Want Ads (excluding' service, instruction, home enterprise' and garage sole ads), and ore applicable if potd in advance.. or within* 5 days after billing, v" ~ - ~" llyou cancel your ad after the first three -days, -you will be 'charged only for the;number of days your, ad runs. Yau-will be given a number which will be proof .of--cancellation should adjustment be ..necessary. All refunds must be picked up ot our office withj'^30 days. Tuesday thru .Friday ads' must be placed by 11:00 a.m. the day before publication. ' ; \ Sunday ,ads ^must be placed before 11:00 a.m. F.riday, Monday ads must be placed by 1 1:00 o.m. Saturday. \ ' ,, in case -"of error, advertiser musl.notify us.ol,correction by 9.a.m. following lit publication ol the ad. TH<'PHAROS-TRIBUNE cannot b« r««ponilbl« for rnore thari one .Incorrect inurtlon of any od. PHONE 753-7511 TM( MAt(a TtllUNI Lyle. CongratuUiions on p*i8ing your state»x«m» Love. Mamma & Papcu Willene, I low you Your Hustwnd Forever You'v* got t way of milting ma b*l»v« that I belong , 1 Alwiyt, . <. - Puddlej YdiPMtof TaUKMtane PuMfrOmp Iol«R«|il«dBy a. row OM rf 11 *-ikMM «WMI :. MliMM ni« !>•»• !• Al 1-M ANNOUNCEMENTS C-Dtirtt Una inn falW) 4.SftcMN«tlcM Wrtlr Horn* Bibli Study Court* • Bo«No.«1i - - .•-Loaainpon.lnd. Your ftnn ItMpMKt lloiwrf'can b«. 'pftMived hi .dear toikl pUtllc t>r Guy ftoyl. tit Race Si 783718 ' Lost: Girls .brown shoe with red trim between High St. and High School. Reward. 753-5537after Spm. All real' estate advertised In the Pharos-Tribune is subject to the . Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes U illegal to advertise 1 any .preference, limitation or discriminator; based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin or an ..intention lo make such preference, limitation or discrjminalion. 'The Pharos-Tribune will not knowlrioly .accept any advertising for real estate which is In violation ol the law. Our readers are • hereby informed that all dwellings advertised In this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. '.' Almost new. spacious. Z-.bedroom Townhouse apartment. JJ507 735382}. Large 2 bedroom apartment wi:n I garage. Relerences. deposit. ttf» | per month. 753-1282 or 626-3295. 13. Houm for Rtnt., 6 rm. Flancher. 2 bdfms,, built-in I fcilchen with refrigerator, plus 2 car I garage. S285.00 a mo. plus deposit, f _5°.nlactj3il Th£rn«al 7SM1I8. Hanoy with hammer and looking for I low rent in exchange lor dandy work? Partially remodeled farm | house in country North of Delphi. Available- immediately. References. Call Joan 317-423-4443. evenings I _7pm-»pm._ ' In Walton: J bedroom "i2x60 mobile home. One child welcome. No pets. JJS-M37. . ^ • J_ Nice 3 bedroom duplex. Stove and refrigerator furnished. Deposit and Deferences. 7Z2-tOgj. Modern'farm-home. 2 ; bedrooms. Deposit and-'reterences. Inquire at 1 224 W. Linden; . 2 bedroom furnished year-round - home. Lake Freeman. Reasonable. relerences required. 583-.(088. One-half double. Call 722-3241 after 5pm. ,' ' ' tt.HovmforSol. M.Houi«« for Sole 14. Trailen-Lofj ^2 or 3 bedroom mobile homes for rent. Logan Mobile Homes, U.S. 24 West, or call 753-2558.' 16, Offlces-Stflraroonu Pome professional office space (or lease. Ph. 75W944. RENTALS- 19. Wanted To Rent 10. Rooms for R«nt Sleeping room for-r«nt..753-579B; 11, furniilied Apartments 2 bedroom upper apartment. Cable hjrnished. Call737-7925.-. . 3 room: modern .upper Adults. ••'NO ;pets.Oeposit.jr7FiHh. '-._'_ 3 room-apartment. ;A(l utilities' furnished except lights.' References. 753-2498, -.»•', 12. Unfifrnithtd Aportni«nti 1 to 4 room apartments.'utilities furnished. 516 6. Market, 722-2895. Small house with garage or carport. Have references; 753-2636. REAL ESTATE 22. Hou»e» For Sole Hopper Sells Homes Faster. Lei us show you how easy ii is! Call HOPPER REALTY at 753-1380. or stop by at 502 YorktQwn Road. Neat 2 or 3 bedroom bungalow. Corner lot, gas^eal. central air. vinyl siding, new roof, small garage, cement patio, back deck/ gas grill, .FranKlin stove. Near Fairview School. Inquire 518 Culbfirlson or cphpne 753-3753.' _ TERRA OFFERS:'"A" Frame with 3 bedrooms, fireplace, family room, 2 full baths, lull basement and garage on 5 wooded'acres.-ln the M's. Call Terra Realty. 7S3-2294. ATTENTION VETERANS VA FINANCING AVAILABLE TO QUALIFIED BUYERS HOME OF THE WEEK—^- l4x55BAYVIEW HONE YMOON COTTAGE , 2 Bedrooms, Full Both and Laundry Area, Large Living Room & Fully Equipped Kitchen with Island Bar. Completely furnished. Skirting, Tie- Downs, Set-Up and Delivery Included. The fleet Esfafe People- The Heal BROKERAGE HOUSE SCHIEIE RO.—Spacious «anch wirh 4 or S bdrms.. living rm., formal dining rm., eat in kitchen, family, rm. with bar, finished basement, carpet, plus 2 car garage. Quick Possession! 1235 N. THIRD ST.—Must see this Extra Nice 2 Story with living rm., dining rm., fireplace, 3 bd- rms., eat in kitchen, I Vi baths, utility rm., carpet, enclosed breezeway, patio, 2'/j car attached garage plus fenced in rear yard. 2231 HIGH ST.—Nice 2 Story with 4 bdrms., living rm., dining rm,, kitchen with breakfast bar & dishwasher, family rm., fireplace, carpet, plus 2 cor garage. Check Our Price! 1815 HIGH ST.—Attractive 1 V, Story with 3 bd- rm»;. Jiving rm.. dining rm,, kitchen with built in: cabinet!, utility rm., carpet, screened in patio, 2 car garage plus fenced roar yard. ROYAL CENTER PIKE—Attractive'3 bdrm. Rancher with living rm.. dining area, galley kitchen, family rm., bath, carpet, basement & 2 car attached ga- rag». .LUCERNE—Life in the country! with this 1 Vi Story, 3 or 4 bdrms.; nice kitchen, living rm., dining rm., carpet, new vinyl siding, garage, out building, born & good fences all on 5 acres. 821 WHEATLAND AVE.—Vinyl sided 2 Story with •foyer, -open stairway, living rm., formal dining rm., 4 bdrms., kitchen, 1 V, baths, carpet & gas heat. THIRTEENTH ST.—Attractive Duplex, live in lower have income from upper! 5 rms. & bath each, fireplaces in living rms., formal dining rms., nice kitchens, plus 3 car garage. Check the Price! MIAMI AVE.—Must see to appreciate this single story, 5 rm, with basement, gas heat, 2 car garage •plus 2 car rental heated garage on 2 lots:wfth fenced yard. 116 WHEATtAND AVE.—Aluminum sided \V, story with 3 bdrms., living rm., formal dining rm., kitchen, bath, gas heat plus 1 car garage. BURLINGTON AVE.—Moke us an Offer! on this Service Station with possibilities for multi business. Quick Possession! Call for further details. CALL 753-4118 Betty Thomas 753-3622 Marge Roberson 753-7603 Kay Warner 753-4796 Thelma Downham 722-1739 Donno Pasquale 732-1340 Russ Williams 737-7042 Alice Soyger 753-2321 Don Soyger 753-2321 Gil Thomas, Realtor 753-3622 "WHERE YOU LIST YOUR HOME DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE" Estate People-The Real fstate PeopJe-0 FREE With This Home ... % B*ef! I! Qthef Models Also Available, Including *Ekbna-*Holly Park-*Boyview* Also, CONTEMPRI Modular Homes Cpnventional & Bank Financing—FHA Approved financing OPEN 8-9 Dally; 1-9 Sun. ;- ^ Ph. 753-2558 Ask for Jerry Graham or On* of His Sales Staff LOGAN MOBILE HOMES U.S. 24 West, Logansport, Ind. HEAL ESTATE ONE DELORIS WADE GRI REALTOR BRICK RANCH—desirably^ located. Formal living rm, efficient kitchen, dining area, family rm, 1 Vi baths, 3 bdrms attached garage. 100x300 lot. Priced to sell. G-1337 BRICK RANCH with 1794 sq..ft, of living area. Three generous bdrms. (smallest HVixl'4), 2 baths, beautifully arranged kitchen,, dining rm with sliding doors to terraced lawn,; 15x23.% living rm., utility rm, central air, natural oak woodwork, thermo pane windows, well landscaped lawn, 2 car garage. Your choice of cabinetry and floor covering. G-1377 LIGHT BRICK RANCH with 1536'sq. ft. of llv.ng area on 101x158 landscaped lot Kitchen/dining area with attractive cabinets & d' sliding doors to patio orea, formal living rm, centrally located full bath, 3 large bdrms, half bath' off master bdrm, utility rm off kitchen, 2 car garage, natural woodwork, central air, thefmo windows G-1319 LAKE PRIVILEGES and TENNIS COURT are available to the new owner of this 3 bdrm ranch at RIOGEVIEW ESTATES: living rm, 12x16 kitchen centrally located bath, utility rm. attached garage. App. '/» A. Just $28,000 G-1300 HOLLY PARK 12x65 Mobile home. Living rm. dining rm, kitchen, bath, 3 bdrm*, corpet-& inlay, refrigerator, range, air conditioned. Immediate possession $7,500. G-1 362 TWO BDRM mobile home on 50x1 27 lot. Living rm, kitchen/refrigerator -S range, carpeting, storms & screens.' $7,900 G-1 285 r '722-3861 HIGH STREET—Neat and clean 2 bedroom ranch. Overlooking scenic Eel River.>Carpet- ed.th.-uovt. Large Utility room with storage, attached garage,'fenced yard with patio, all on approximately 1 acre. $30.000 , PRINCETON LANE—3 bedroom ranch with ]'/> baths, living roam,.dining area, full finished basement, 2 car attached garage and central air conditioning. $41,000. SOUTHWEST—Coxy 2 bedroom ranch with ; living room, dining area, nice kitchen, en' closed rear porch, attached carport and utility building. Fenced yard. MOBILE HOME—2 bedrooms, living room, dining area, and partially furnished. South of town.$6,iOO. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION—4, possibly 5 bedroom home located East. Living room with ..fireplace, formal dining, eat-In kitchen, 1 '/> baths, and fenced yard." NORTH'STREET—4 bedroom 2 story home, living room with * fireplace, 1 ' dining room, kitchen, lunroom, full basement. Natural woodwork, fully carpeted. Mid 20's. ' EASTEND—2 story 3 bedroom home with natural woodwork, forge entry, living room, with fireplace, dining ream, large kitchen with breakfast nook and enclosed front porch. ' NORTH—At the edge of town. Beautiful, clean and neat 2 bedroom Permastone ranch. Large living room, large,kitchen, full- basement, attached garage. See it, you'll love It. Priced In the 40's. EAST—3 bedroom ranch with carpeted living ream, new kitchen. and range,. carport' and aluminum tiding. Close to shopping'and all school*. — Itm STREET—2 story home with living room, dining room 1 Vi baths, and full basement. Immediate possession. HOOVER—3 .bedroom ranch with vinyl siding, 2 car garage with electric dear opener and large lot. $24,500. Anne Monahan 7.53-8147 ,5u«an Howard 722-3918' •SondrfrHorrls 753-2302, AnneCompbell 753-8658 912 E. Market - - I EVENINGS ft WEEKENDS , I Bruce Harris 753-2302 I John Watson 732-1531 I JerryBudreay 732-0850, I Ron Howora722-39]8 I ' > • T ''J- ONE PHONC _______ 722*3161 THE ONE WITH THE KRSOKAl TOUCH, JacfcSrvb«Ur - •... 72241* 1 Barbara Huttor 72M7«1 Mary W«lli 7W-2J75 j •III St«ph«n»on 7W-07M. Kristin* Brubak«r, «««/K>r. .". 7224U) .

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