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Logansport, Indiana
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Saturday, May 18, 1957
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Twelve Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Link Other Unions With Racketeering Senate Investigators Intend To Question Labor Consultant Nathan Shefferman WASHINGTON lUP)—The Senate Labor Rackets Committee planned today to investigate soon deals between mystery man Nathan Shefferman and "at least a couple of other unions" besides his friend Dave Beck's Teamsters. Committee counsel Robert F. Kennedy told reporters the committee may be ready by about June 15 to dig deeper into the affairs of Shefferman, a 70-year-old Chicago labor relations consultant for 300-odd business firms including some of the nation's largest department stores. The testimony of Shefferman and other witnesses has linked him in at least four deals. with Beck, president of the Teamsters Union and the committee's prime target to date. Beck Reportedly Challenged Beck also is reported facing fr.esh troubles within his own union. John T. O'Brien, fourth Teamsters vice president, has said he will run against Beck for president on a "clean-up" ticket, according to 'the Chicago Daily News. An informed union source said, however, that "O'Brien is not the choice of the executive board." The source said "sooner or later Beck has got to go" but that O'Brien's reported decision to run for the presidency "is his own idea—not the executive board's." "O'Brien could not win even if he tried," the source said. The. committee wound up the present phase of the hearings Friday after fruitlessly questioning .Norman Gossept, a cousin of Mrs. Beck, who has been linked In testimony with -Sbefferman. Rural Youth Hear Talk By Sheriff Sheriff 0. R. Carson was ihe guest speaker at the May meeting of Cass county Rural Youth held Friday night in the fiiley Junior high auditorium. He discussed his duties and experiences. Carson was introduced by Linda Hulls. Mary Lynn Wheaton led the Hinging. Devotions were given by Marilyn Heiny, and a special selection was given by • Joe Spitz- noglc and Mae Overmyer. Overmyer announced plans for the annual Calico Swing to he held for the puMie at the armory on May 23. Tho Rural Youth will entertain the Jackson township Farm Bureau on June 3;.the district square (lance will be held at Lafayette on July 1<I; and the district trip to St. Louis is set for Juno 29 Demo Supper Set May 21 Cass county Democrats will hold a covered dish supper at party headquarters at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in observance of National Democratic party night, it was announced today. Those attending are asked to bring a covered dish and their own table service. Meat, rolls and drink will be furnished. This will be an annual event in the future, with' simultaneous parties in each county of every state. Donations for the .national committee will be accepted. Invitations have been .sent to all precinct committeemen and women, and all. interested Democrats are invited to. attend, it was announced. Members of. the Democratic Women's club are arranging the affair. • ' SOCIETY "WAR AND PEACE" AT STATE Mel Ferrer and Audrey Hepburn In a scene from Tolstoy's '.'War and Pease" which starts Sunday at the State theater. May Lengthen Bible School Dr. Brice Fitzgerald, president of the Cass county Board of Weekday 'Religious Education, _wiil lead a discussion on the possibility of enlarging the program to match a two-year curriculum at the quarterly meeting of the board at 3 p.m. Sunday at Methodist church. the Broadway A report on pupil enrollment for the coming year will be given, and the Rev. Kenneth. Brady will give a report on- church participation and support for the coming -year. Pictures taken since the last showing will be projected by the Rev, J. J. Saalwaechter. Reports will be given by George Hubenthal, treasurer; Mel Riley, chairman of the finance committee; Rev. M. L. Robinson, chairman of the personnel committee; and Mrs. Ruth Heinrich, secretary. and 30. Recreation was led by John Swank. Refreshments were served by Dan Jtemley to the CO persons • present. NOTICI3 OP HIO . AMI CIJIIIl AJV'O HU'I-TIJ IIIOMIIK.VriAl, AllKAK. Notion IN horoliy (flvim Unit thnl ami ... hijruby Tloai-il of I'ufolln WnrkH Knfnly of thn l.'lljr ,,c Li, W ar, nI ,,,,- L , •""' '!•'"'' ,"'" r " (; "lv« "' tlni offlcu or i.tiu Merle-I'rniLHllriir „; Bn |,| <-lly, unlll tin, hoi, r of j.og j, M <-.JJ..S.J,, fjn ,\I;iy 2y, 19.17, Hwilvtl Miln fur Iho furnln'hlMK 'or ina- tiirlnlH nnil lalmr for thn ron- Htriiullnn of concriilu Hlclowalkii U ml i;oiii:ri!lf> i;nrl, nnil ifiitlor, In al ri.»lili.ritlnl itr«n» within th» City Limit* cif KiiKiinniiort, lu-wlt: (in., Tlioltn:inil (1.(Kid) Unmir J'*M:l, Concrete Curb nnd Uut- tor, Kour ThoiiHiLiicI (4,000) Htiimro Kl'iil <':un«ri.l« Slilowilltc, In iu:c(,r<l;in<:u with tin; wpncljTlcfi- tli.im thi.ri.of now on run In thn Offi.Mi of tho Clurli-TrouHUri'r of Ihn (Mty In thii.rily llullilliiK, ].oKiimi|inrt, liidliinn. AU I.liln iiifoni or prnpoHiilH ror any nnil ull ,,r mien wurlc Khiill lui nxii- <jn thn fornui pniMfirlhccl l»y Kliiti. Hoard of AijiMiuntn for Louise Cooper and her assistant hostess, Cleo Eber and Gladys Tam, entertained members 'of Mt. Olive Community Club Wednesday evening. Gladys Tam opened the meeting which was in charge of Venda Baker. The Lord's Prayer was repeated in closing. A parade of comic strip characters was held during the social hour with • Gladys Tam being judged as, the best representative. A plant exchange was held and special potted plants were given to Mrs. Charlotte McCrosky and Nornetta Rouch in honor of Mother's Day. A baby shower was held for Ricky McDowlee and Cleo Eber conducted contests with Lois Whea- Oon and Estella demons receiving the awards. ' Nornetla Rouch and Estella Clemans received the door prizes and Mrs. Rouch also received the mystery gift. Refreshments were .served to the seventeen, members and eleven children attending and announcement made that the June meeting will be held at the home of Sylvia Jewel. Mothers and daughters were honored by the Baptist Christian Auxiliary at a banquet Wednesday evening at the church dining room. Hostesses, Marr Rhody, Thelma Rhody, Alice Everman and Grace Skillcn, served the dinner from long tables decorated In a yellow and lavender motif. Each place was marked with miniature The meeting opened with group singing. Bertha House presented several readings and a prayer of Pelcr Marshall's was read. The feature of the evening was the showing of films by Mrs. Horace, of Walton, a guest, introduced .by Betty Hale. ^Four special mothers were presented with potted plants. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Robbins, of the Miami Baptist church, showed slides and told of their experiences on a trip to Arizona al the'Mother- DauRhter meeting at the Melea Baptist church Wednesday evening with ladies of the Fletchers Lake Methodist, Bethlehem Presbyterian and Bethlehem Methodist churches as guests.' Mrs. Helen Paschen offered devotions. Special music was presented by Jane Price and Eva and Phyllis DcFord. Mrs. Albert John- 14 Defendants Meted Fines City court was crowded Saturday morning as 14 defendants who appeared before Judge Harold Tuberty paid fines for a variety of offenses. James E. Hartman, route 6, Logansport, was meted a fine of $50 and costs on a charge o£ driving while under the influence of intoxf- cants and lost his operator's • license for one year.. wrong direction son was honored for having the most daughters, and Mrs. Ethel Reed as the oldest grandmother. Mrs. Margaret Yanlis, Mrs. Ondah Pickens and Mrs. Hazel Young served refreshments to 05 mem- thii HID Stiilo of [ntllnni, fin tli tlHi prlro ;xir .irnmro fool fur Hldnwnlk nnil. llnmil fuot fur <:nrl> :irul Kiitiur. mi. | Mhiill In nil nthiir rnmifiiMn comply with tho lit^n of UK, KUUn of Imlliinn, tlinrimntr> pci'lKlntiiK. A lifmd or f«:rtlfl|.(l frliiick Hindi) MDyiibln to thn City nf l.iiKiuiHpnrt, liidliuiu, nhnll tin rili.il with niith bl't In nn nnioiint nf m IKIIKI, Inn CO'.;) pur i-nnl. nf thu hid. Thu rlwht in riiH<;rved to rnj'M't any mid nil lildx. Uutf;(t jit I."K!iMMport, Imllami, this 15th tiny of Muv, I0i>7. luMfcii up i'i;nf,ir women ANU HAFKTV fill 1 T1IK CITY OK I.MUA.N'.Ht'OUT, INDIANA ATT ,,,.,.[,. ItAI.I'II n. HMITIt, rVOTIC'f: TO HfflDftltH Nolleu In hiM-uliy Klv«n by Iho Hoard of (JoinmlnMlonurn of CHUM t.'ounty, Indiana, that It will ru- Cf'iVU »lltll''d urolloMKlK at tilt) orflcii of Uli-.linril W, (inhl, Audl- tlll', 111 tlllt (jollrt IlOUHII, I-.UKIUIH- liurt, Inillnnu, at thu hour of ll:li(i A. .U.. c'untm! Standard Tdmj, on llio ,lril day of Jnnu, I1IS7, fur fur- lilMhlnu- for tun tlilrd uiinrli'r, KIS7, effiii'tlve .Inly 1, 11157, for thu County Iliinii, thu following: 1, 7f'0 iiallonw or IIIIIH of paKtuur- J/."d homoKoni*:f.il intlli to hu d',- •llvunid an ni:«di-il. "JtlddorH to j<liow prlcf, ji'ir gallon d'rllvotvu! lu omi-hiilf. ('/j) Kallon ciu'lonH or LutlliiH. 2. llakiM-y MipptluH IncludlMK UGO oi 1 jitMrt on« and o/io-olmrter (H^) I'ound 1'mvuii to ho dollvurwd uvury othur day ILH ordiTuil, Illddoni to »ihow orl<:u pnr-ltom dollvuriid. lIUl'l'-'CM ar'i to fiirplHli n bid tioiirt or curtlflml t:hi''l< In thn amount of toll purcimt rif thu bid Several From Here. To Aid in High Mass Several local priests will participate in a Solemn High Mass in St. Mary cathedral; Lafayette, at 10:30 a.m. Sunday-, May 28, in connection with the ordination of John Schultz of Lafayette to the priesthood. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Maurice D. Foley, pastor of the local St. Joseph church, will preach the sermon; the Rev. Francis Meehan, pastor of the local St. Bridget ohurch, will be deacon of the mass; one-way street, Hartman was fined $1 and costs. Four _speeders paid these fines: Charles D. Morgan of 328% West Linden, $15 and costs; Paul 0. Oliver, of 277 Second street, Peru, $7 and costs; Darrell Ironmonger, of route i, Royal Center, $15 and costs; Lester Neal, Bunker Hill Air Force base, $G and costs. Arraigned on a charge of fur- nisliing alcoholic beverages to a minor, Lawrence Brady of 510 Culbertsbn. street, was fined $25 and costs and drew a suspended sentence of 10 days in the Cass county jail. Hoy Cline, route 1, BringhursL, paid $1 and costs for driving a car without a valid operator's li- censo. Jack Zimmerman, city, wus fined $3 and costs, on a disorderly charge, •Frank Miller, of 100V4 East Melbourne avenue, received a suspended fine of $1 and costs and 10 days in jail for failure lo provide for his three minor children, The court assessed the maximum fine of $3 and $13 costs to Maria Jann, of 211 Wlieatland avenue, for using profanity. Two defendants were fined for public intoxication. Plan Church Speech Meet Three Methodist church young people will compete in the Logansport sub-district speech contest finals at 7:30 p.m. Sunday In the Main street Methodist church. Members of the eight Methodist churches in the local sub-district v/ill hear speeches by Dan Blom of the Broadway church, Judy Cunningham of the Anoka church and Carol Stclnmctz from the Main street church. Each was winner in .a contest held by his church. Cash prizes will be awarded and the winner will take part In the district contest on July 2 at Luke pital, will be subdeacon. Annual Poppy Sale Planned Women of the local American Legion Auxiliary, Unit No. BO, will hold the annual poppy sale next Friday and Saturday, it has been announced by Mrs. Lucille Michael, president, of the local unit and chairman for the sale. The poppies, made by patients at the Marion Veterans hospital, ara worn in memory oi World War dead. There is no fixed price for the mementos, which are "sold" for donations. It was also revealed that' a Body of Boy Buried By Bulldozer Found CODY, Wyo. (UP)—The .body of little Victor Thun, 2%, was dug from a five-foot ditch Friday. The boy had been buried by b bulldozer. Workmen who uncovered Victor's body said the child had apparently caught his foot under a pipe in the ditch. If he screamed as the bulldozer ran him down, the operator could not hear because of the noise made by the huge, clanking machine. Deer Seen Near Here Travel to Lafayette Three deer seen on May 7 two miles north of Logansport near the Dr. Leo Cahalan property apparently are wanderers.'. Three deer which were seen Thursday in an orchard three miles east of Lafayette on state road 26 are believed to be the same animals. Like the three deer seen in Cass county, they include a buck, a doe, and a young one. The same three animals Wednesday-frightened cattle on a farm four miles northeast of Lafayette.] Saturday Evening, May 18, J957. .Feathers Wanted. Horton's. Card of Thanks I wish to thank our many friends, relatives and neighbors, Rev. Wilson and members of the Broadway E.U.B. church, Dr. Viney and the Memorial Hospital staff, McCloskey-Hamilton mortuary and the Masonic bodies for the many kindnesses and sympathy shown during j the illness and death of my hus- Register for FREE RCA Color Television at Combs Shoe Store. Rug Cleaning Exclusive rug and upholstery cleaning. Wall-to-wall carpeting beautifully cleaned. Rhoads Klever Rug Kleaners Phone 4530 band. —Bertha Bailey Winamac Twenty-eight members of the sixth grade of the Monroe-Winamac school helped their classmate, Earl Anspach, celebrate his 12th birthday at a party in the park Wednesday after school. Guests were Barbara Ruden, Helen Russell, lloyce Wilson, Shirley Ezra, Sherry Lebo, Susan Borders, Cheryl Bowman, Cheryl Butler. Patty Chamness, Mary Ann Connor, Mary Ann Dilts, Linda Lincoln, Lynn Porter, Don Baker, Max Jones, Garry Hans,-Bob-Ludwig, Bob Smith, Dick Herrin, Dale Dilts, John Peter, Steve Lebo, Joe Bauers, Garry Berrium, Neil Dulin, John Krocber, Marshall Thomas, Douglas Kruzick, and Mrs. Floyd Anspach. Divorce is asked in a suit filed by Phyllis Pfledderer from Adam Pfledderer. She also asks-custody of their daughter, Anna Marie, seven years, old, and support for her. They were married in 1947 The boy's body was dug up over and ' arted ; n January o£ this year . IV hnu"c Qff'Ar* hnllH^7oi*e filmrt ... . ... . . ™ six hours after bulldozers filled the ditch. But he went back and when he was missed, the neighborhood was searched. Then the tragic truth dawned on the workmen and tiliey'found their worse fears justified. Mrs. Mary Dougherty Succumbs in Hospital Mrs. Mary Elizabeth .Daugherty, 71, route 2, died of a heart condition at 4:30 a.m. Saturday at Memorial hospital. Born in Fulton county .oh Sept. 5, 111115, she was the daughter of George and Matilda (Masters) Schirm. Her husband, Reuben Daugherty, preceded in death on April 21, 1953. The deceased was a member of the- Baptist church. Albert McLochlin has sued Eva McLochlin for divorce. They were married in 1932 *a'nd parted in May, this year. Starke Memorial hospital has sued Payne Patrick, on a note. Carl Tolf and W. E. Powell were appointed to the board of review by Judge R. E. Thompson, Monroe-Winamac P.T.A. will meet at the school music room Monday evening,at 7:30 and there v/ill be installation of officers. A marriage license'was issued this week lo Lois Ann Huber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Huber, and James Allen Gudeman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Romeo W. Gudeman, of Francesville. A called meeting of the Women's club will be held Monday afternoon, May 20, at the Winamac poppy display, which will be en-| P1ol "" vu " "'<-'"" " re . e ?T' tprVri in V shit,, rnntMl.. will Clarence, Bremerton, Wash.; Lyle, tered in the state contest, will be set up at the Foster Furniture store, 412 East Market street, next week. Winners in Ihe state contest will be entered in the national display contest. Wearing of the poppy in honor of var dead began in 1918, and it was officially made a memorial flower by the American Legion in'1920. f Library. Survivors include three sons,! Delta Sigma Tau club will meet at the Fred Russell cottage Tuesday evening, May 21, for a picnic city; and Cloyce, route 2; nine grandchildren, and one sister, Mrs. Emma Wilson, Kewanna. The body is at the McCloskey- Hamilton chapel • where friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday. Final rites will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday at the chapel with the Rev. M. L, Robinson officiating. Burial will be made in the IOOF cemetery at Kewanna. Close Second Road .. _ . . ... , , And Bridge in Cass " k( ; S P end f Weekend A second road and bridge lead- KelaXmg y Ar raritl ing over. Deer Creek has been closed, County Highway Superintendent Elmer Shyrnan announced east of Walton and has been blockaded indefinitely because the bridge 'is unsafe. Only 1 last week, the bridge on the blacktop roud lending from Walton over Deer Crock was closed after it gave way under the weight of a truck. hers and guests. 'Webster. The three will be graded —ft— [by three judges on Ihe content The Bethlehem Presbyterian Wo- of their speeches and the manner men's Association met Thursday afternoon at the church with Mrs. Nevin Howard, Mrs. Lola Cox and Mrs. Wiida Rogers us hostesses. President, Mrs. Fern Frusho.ur, opened the meeting with the reading of a poem, "The Bible." The group sang a hymn, and Mrs, Mar- Iha Baker nave the devotions on "Mothers of the Bible." Roll call was answered with the introduction of guests. On the program Carol Davidson of delivery. Deaths and Funerals STAL'FFEK Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah A. Stauffer, 89, were conducted Saturday aflcrnoon 'at the Cbosc- Millcr chapel. Burial was madp in Mt. Hope cemetery. GETTYSBURG, Pa. (UP) President Eisenhower hoped to throw off the cares of office today and take it easy at his farm nestled in the rolling green Pennsylvania countryside hereabouts. supper. Hostesses be Mrs. Joe Russell, Mrs. Ralph Bishop, Mrs. Helmut Richter, and Mrs. Stanley Henry. The Pulaskl P.T.A. sponsors a last day of school, supper ar.d dance Friday evening at the school. Members are asked to bring a covered dish and table services. Bryce Crist of Port Hueneme, Calif., is spending a fifteen-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Crist, and a). Ihe end oi his leave will go to Alaska. Mrs. Linn Martin entertained the Bethel Franklin Ladies Aid at her home Thursday. • Mr. and Mrs. Will Hall spent Wednesday evening at Rochester with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cris- .miu cuunu-ysiue nereaoouts. •, j n i ;\,\,. n ~ He also kept an eye on threat- s ^" rd <* , C " ening skies, Imping to get in a round of golf if the weather held. Tho President had no sooner arrived at the farm Friday than he dragged out his clubs and headed for the links with a neighbor, George E. Allen. The President also romped wilih his four -grandchildren who are staying with Mr. and Mrs. Elsen- hower for Ihe week end while their parents visit 'Me President's brother, Milton, In Baltimore. Lurry C. Miller, in the Navy and stationed at San Diego, Calif., is spending a fifteen-day .leave with his jjrandparcnls, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Corts. Mrs. Leonard Howe is improving at her home in Mcduryville after several days illness. Jim Whlt«"Flre Insurance Ph. 2491 DAUGIIERTY Final rites for Mrs. Mary jiir/.-i abeth Dougherty, 71, route 2, will The program will also include I bo conducted at 2 p.m. Monday at devotions, a singspiration led by the Rev. Jack King, and a business meeting at which officers will bo clcclod for the coming year. Ronnie Naznrine, out-going president, will be in charge of the speech contest and the business session. SLIGHTLY GALLING PARIS, Ky. iff!—Grocer Lewis . , , , •"• *vivwj| i\j. Kir—• \JTI *;^ui Ljuwm gave a piano solo and Lena Fin-| Rankln chc erfully consented lo 9 um *,? vi Z?,? d lhu book ' Pnpa s woman's request Lo use his tele- Wifn f.lf « wm'/» nrouonlrtr! IA . ...... Wife." Gifts were presented to Mrs. Steffcy, whose birthday is closest to Mother's Day, and to Mrs. Fru.shour, whose daughter's birthday is nearest her own. Refreshments were served to 30 members and guests in the dining room. nulimllti-d. All bl'Jrt »nb;riKt(Ml .ftro to bn . on I'ormM priimjrlliod hy th« Htatu 3:oard of Accounu which aro available In thu offl<:u of thn County Auditor. Tho Jloitril ro«orv'im thn rluht to r'Mout miy and all MdH. Tim bid wfll ho awurdiul to tin* lowiiru and moNt rtiKiioiudhlo Llildm-. iJatoU thlri 17th day of May. 11)17. HOAltD (IV C:OMM[HHION- HHS OF CAHH COirNTY HANDOIjl'H Q. LANNINCI, I'ri'Mldynt DKI.HKKT K. SMITH Sm-ruuiry FKKll II. MOSS Mcmbor /TTKNT: lueiiAitn w, noiii' Auditor, CaHB County Intersection Crash Kills One Motorist CAMBRIDGE CITY (UP) — ISarl 15. Simmoiw, 311, Cambridge City, was killed Friday when two curs collided at a county roatl junction two miles south of Parker. Slato Police said a car driven by Frank Kvnns, 71, Union City, went through Ihe intersection and struck Simmons' car, Simmons was thrown from the car as it struck a utility pole, Kvans was taken lo Union City Hospital. •> Church of Brethren Plans Pulpit Exchange The Church of tho Brethren Is sponsoring a Minister's Exchange of Pulpits throughout middle Indiana this Sunday. Rev, Upward Kolm, of Peru, will bring tho message for the local congregation. He will speak on the subject, "The Whole Gospel for tho Whole World." Letha Martin will sing the special number, "Prayer Perfect." Rev. Ralph W. Hoffman, the local pastor, has' been assigned to s-io the Pittsburg church. phone — then stood by in astonishment as she put in a long order with another grocery, thanked him and walked out. the McCloskey - Hamilton chapel with the Rev, M. L. Robinson officiating. IJuriul will bo made In the IOOF cemetery jit Kcwonna. Friends may call nt the chapel afler 7 p.m. Saturday. ra] . z _ Youth Pleads Guilty To Forgery Charge Cnss Circuit Judge Clifford 0. QUEEN TO VISIT DENMARK COPENHAGEN (OP) -King Frederick IX all but gave up hope today of installing a now Danish cabinet in lime lo greet Britain's Queen Ell/.abelh II. when she arrives Tuesday far a state visit, The Queen loft London today for a three-dny trip here aboard, the Hoyal Ynchi .Britannia, PEAT Moss HAS MANY USES For conditioning soil and mulching Substitute for manure a* organic matter in soil Aids garden toil to hold moisture Aerates the ground and improves texture of clay sail Ideal for mixture with soil In flower pots Placed around evergreens and shrubs In quantity it will keep out weeds and grass, hold moisture around plants and improve appearance of yard. TURF BUILDER WHEN RAKED OVER LAWN IN SMALL QUANTITIES Lake Cicott Peat Moss Co. Wild today had taken under consideration the sentence lo be Imposed upon William 1C. Hughes, 21, city, on his plea of guilty in circuit court to a forgery charge, Hughes was arrested by city police when he tried to cnsh a forged check for MO nt the Thomns-Ever- mnn auto sales 'Thursday. The affidavit against him was filed Friday by Deputy Prosecutor Frank Tolbert. DRIVE BY AND LOOK AT OUR RAINBO AWNING DISPLAY AT YOUR OWN RISK. GLEN REID'S A& A 511 Eric Phone 3050 CHARIES E. WEASEL, Mgr. Phone: Loganiport 40564 1 Mil* West Of LAKE CICOTT, INDIANA BUREAU TO CLOSE 3 DAYS Mrs. Adn Arnold announced to- tlay that, thu Cuss 1 county auto license branch offices will be clos- cl Thursday, Friday and Saturday Mny 30, 31 and June 1. The burcmi will be open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday observing reK- iiltir hours during Memorial Day week. MAY is Aluminum Combination door month AT SOUTH SIDE LUMBER CO. For th» month of May tho l lowest price ever. This ad is worth $5.00 against our $37,50 Alum Door Special. Good for May only. OPEN SUNDAY MORNINGS South Side Lbr. Co. 811 Burlington Ph. 7319 Roy L. Crume GENERAl AUCTIONEER • Farm Sales • Household Goods • Real Estate 1735 South Dixon Road Kokomo, Indiana PHONE COLLECT: Gl. 26619 Kokomo, Indiana Nowl Wholiialt Pri<« Caih GLEN REID'S A & A 511 Eri. Phon«3«50 ROOFING— SIDING—INSUIATION "W. raitrv* lh< right to limit Logcmsport Council, No. 11 R. and S. M. Staled meeting Monday, May 20, at 7:30 p.m. All Companions Invited. —Earl L. Burcli, I. M. RUG CLEANING For information phone 7716 MOODYS MAGIC CARPET CLEANERS GERANIUMS 25c and up Petunias, Coleus, bedding plants for flower boxes and garden Hardy Mums. Vegetable and (lower plants, the best and disease resistant varieties. Spray materials, Sutler's and Rapid Gro. Plant foods, peat moss. Markert's Greenhouse 1529 Pleasant Hill No Delivery Chocolate Chip Special! Schlosser's ice Cream A Delicious Tasty Treat Pint 30C Quart 59C Vi Gal. O7C PHOTO FINISHING Film brought in before 10 a.m. week days ready by 6 p.m. same day. U. S. POSTAL STATION NO. 2 BURK'S Sroro Hours; Sun., S a. m. to 12:30 noon—5 p. m. to 10:30 p. m.—Week Days: 7:30 a. m. to 10:30 p. m. THIRTEENTH & BROADWAY New Phone 5966 Remember-- To Visit STEINBERGERS' 100th HOME OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY May 18-19 1:00 to 6:00 P. M. It's the TR1-LEVEL at 705 Parkway Drive Wet Walls Made Dry With A Brush DRr BASEMENTS GUARANTEED WITH .GENERAL ELECTRIC SIUCONE — WATER SHIELD "V 1 — RESISTS 100 POUNDS OF WATER PER SQUARE INCH! COLORFUL MASONRY COATINO WITH AN IRON GRIP 1026 Vln. MARTIN COAL CO. 3761 SPECIAL for SAT. and SUN. MEM-DBL ICE CREAM ORANGE PINEAPPLE BUTTER PECAN KRISP FUDGE RIPPLE Alway* Papufor— Now packaged In R*utabl» Mattle EBERTS' DRUG STORE 1830 East Broadway Phone 3854 tCONOMV 1TQ-. '/l GALLON OTfc DUALITY Vi GALLON QUALITY % GALLON HEYDE'S REALGAS AT THREE LOCATIONS NEW PREMIUM REALGAS GASOLINE The Refining Industries most improved, most advanced High Octano Gasoline, gives more milage, lower price. 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