Monday Evening, July 8, 1957. 13. REAL ESTATE W. Linden Four bedroom sq. .type, well located. One bedroom down furnace only 3 years old. Nice, comfortable and well kept, garage. • 15th St. . Another attractive sq. type in good condition. 3 bedrooms, hardwood floors down. Fireplace, kitchen built-ins. Recreation room in basement, H4 baths, corner lot. garage. Southeast All modern 1% story five room located Wright St. Close to Tipton school and grocery. A good buy for $5,500. DaleW.McNutt YOUR REALTOR Phone 2928 Eve. 2-1767 LOVELY 3-BEDROOM HOMES Low, low, less than rent. FHA terms.' Immediate possession. Down payment as low as $300. Call- LOGAN HOMES, Inc. Ph. 4947 Deaths and Funerals ZEMECKIS INFANTS Funeral services for the twin sons of Ed and Rita (Hilbert Zemeckis, route 2, were conductec Monday at the Kroeger mortuary with Msgr. Maurice D. FoTey i: charge. Burial was made in Mt Calvary cemetery. GRAUEL Funeral services for Bert Grauel 67, were conducted Monday after noon at the Metea Baptist church with the McCloskey-Hamilton mor tuary in charge. Burial was made in the church cemetery. SCHWER1NG Final rites- for Mrs. Myrtle Su san Schwering, 81, 315 W. Miami will be conducted at 2 p.m. Tues day at the Fisher funeral home with the Rev. J. J. Saalwaechtei officiating. Burial will be made in Mount Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the chapel. RHEA Final rites for John Davidson Rhea, 75, route 3, will be conducted at 1 p.m. -Wednesday at the Chase-Mil'.er chapel with the Rev J. E. Campbell officiating. Friends may call at the chapel. NEW homes and garages, FHA terms. Walton 3915. . LISTINGS NEEDED! We have many qualified contract buyers for homes up to $10,000. We need all sizes, shapes and locations. Notify us for honest, prompt and efficient service. To Buy or Sell It Will Pay to Tell— DaleW.McNutt YOUR REALTOR Phone 2928 Eve. 2-1767 NEW 4-room house, garage, gas furnace. 511 13lh Street. HOMES(3 Bedrooms) GARAGES NO DOWN PAYMENT You furnish ground. Get my prices first and let me show you how to save 50% on your future home. FINISHED HOUSES BUILT TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS DICK MILLER Phone 214C6 1622 East Broadway Lovell Miller Dies After Short Illness ROCHESTER, Ind. — Lovell G. "Peck" Miller, 72, Fulton county farmer, of route 1, Rochester, died at 10:10 p.m. Sunday at the Wabash county hospital where he had been a patient since June 28. He had been ill four weeks. Born' Oct. 3, 1884, in the old Ebenezer neighborhood, he was married March 30, 1904, at Lake Nyona to Gertrude Collins. He was the son of John and Panthicr Blacketter Miller and was a member of the local Moose lodge. Survivors are the wife, at homo; a daughter, Mrs. Rex Moore, Rochester; a son, Fred, Rochester; a granddaughter, Patricia Hooker, Rochester; and a brother, Herman, Rochester. A brother, Phil, died in 1955. Funeral rites will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Zimmerman Brothers funeral home, Rev. S. I. Wilmert in charge. Burial will be in the Odd Fellows cemetery. The body is at the funeral home, where friends may call after 1 p.m. Tuesday. OWNER transferred, reduced for quick sale, good income property $140 per month, 12-room brick duplex, 3 bedrooms each apartment, was $10,500, now only $8,750. $11100 down. Contract terms. Sue it anytime. 98 EC' River Avenue. b. Lots LOTS for sale on contract, linger Addition, city. Phone 56355. BUILDING sites, any size eloctrj city, gas. Cash or contract. 7398. LOTS for sale, cash or contract. 2217 Otto. Ph. 6929. c. Farms FOR SALE: 200-acrc farm, 2'/ 2 miles southwest of Royal Canlei on blacktop road, modern buildings, silo, vory good soil, woven -wire fences, well tiled, posses sion this fall. Mace Martin, Royal Center. 80 ACRE farm near Grass Creek. $20,000. Lloyd Jefferics, Realtor, 403 East 13th. Rochester, Dial CA-36111. ENTERS HOSPITAL John Schmidt, former proprietor of the Schmidt market, is in the Veterans Administration hospital Tenth street, Indianapolis, for observation. Mary Steinhiser Claimed by Death ROCHESTER, Ind. - Miss Mary Delia Steinhiser, 81, died early Monday at her home, route 4, Rochester, near Leiters Ford of a heart attack after an illness of three years. Born May 16, 1876, to Christian and Harrietta Steinhiser, she spent her entire life in that community. Survivors include several nieces and nephews, including Mrs. Ira Overmyor of Kewanna. Seven brothers and a sister preceded her in death. Private rites will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Foster and Good funeral home here. Burial will be in Leiters Ford I. 0. 0. F. cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home ai'ter 7 p.m. Monday. Local Student Heads Outstanding FTA Club The Manchester College chapter of the Future Teachers of America has received national recognition in being chosen the Banner chapter in the nation for the year. Tom Rineliart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rinehart, 2227 George, a sophomore in the college, was the student president during the year. The honor is awarded by the National FTA organization to one chapter in the United States each year for outstanding work during the year. Latest Market Reports RETAIL (SIANTS A. & P., Scars, Safeway llniih 1-2-3 in total tato in 1956. g«it RitoiUn (1916 SoU.) Grxt A: * P. S*or> Roebuck Srf.way .... Kroger ... UttlONS Or DOdAM» 2 Monf y Word . . Woolworth . . . fr. Srorw . . Allied Stor« . National Tea . . Federated Sfn . rood Fair* . . . May Depr. St'n" Wlnn-Dlxle' . . Flnt Nefl Sfrs* MocyV ...... Hawkins Stockyards Meat type Above Quotation: 190 to 210 19.60 210 to 230 '. 19.35 230 to 250 18.90 250 to 270 18.50 270 to 300 18.15 Sows 10.75 down Soars 10.00 down Stags 10.00 down Veal 19.00 Producers Stockyards 90 to 230 No. 1 20.35 .90 to 210 18.85 210 to 230 1D.40 130 to 250 19.00 150 to 270 1U.50 170 to 300 18.25 Sows 10.50 down iows to 300 15.50 down Boars 7.00-10.00 Stags 7.00-10.00 Third Street Market Peals .18 iambs IB 'eal Hides 12 Boef hides .04% :ggs .25 Wayne's Pro dues ,eghorn Hens 11 GIRARD AND JAPANESE BRIDE Dredging Equipment Damaged Police Monday were questioning two Logansport youths in connection with the damaging of dredging equipment at the light plant, j Police said Jim Mizer, foreman' of the construction crew, told them ' that considerable damage had been! done to the equipment sometime during the night, and that work would be delayed. . • He said bolts we're loosened on a large pipe, two floats were shoved over the dam, a 20-foot section of pipe had been sunk, and copper lubing on the dredge was damaged. Superintendent of public utilities Robert Price said vandalism had oeen plaguing dredging operations for the past several months. Purpose of the dredging, which is being done by Mizer Brothers of Rochester, is to clear up sand and soil and form a pool for the new light plant. Two other acts of vandalism were committed during the early morning hours, police said. Roscoe Shackelford, 1030 Wood- .awn avenue, reported that some-j one stole a radio from his auto-i mobile which was parked in hisj yard. • He said that the rear tire lad been cut also, Coppock's Shell station, 219 E. Market, reported that someone had jroken a plane of glass, 13 x 19", >ut nothing was missed or disturbed. Vlrs, Orpha.J. Snyder )ie;i at Home in Peru PERU—Mrs. Orpha J. Snyder, )G, died at the home oE her daugh- er, Mrs. Herman Cunningham, 61 '. Fifth street, at 5:30 p.m. Sunday she had been ill for five weeks. Formerly of the North Grove Heavy Hens ISjcommunity and had resided with her daughter since 1929 following the death of her husband, Emman- Popejoy Dressing Plant [eavy liens 13 Leghorn Hens 11 INDIANAPOLIS LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS (.UP) — Livelock: Hogs 11,500; 25-50 lower; 100-240 b 20.00-20.25, some to 20.51); few 9.75; 240-290 Ib 19.0D-1.9.75; 160-185 18.75-1.9.75; 120-MO Ib 16.00-18.00, ew to 10.50. Cattle 2,800; calves 300; steady o strong; choice steers 23.00-25,00; ood 21.00-23.25; good and choice eifcrs 20.50-23.50; I'qw high choice o 24.00; standard steers and heif- rs 20.50-21.25; vealers steady; ood and choice 19.00-22.00. Sheep 1,000; 50 lower; good and hoice spring Iambs 20.00-23.00. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (UP) - Livestock: Hogs 9,500; 50 - 75 lower on utchers under 240 Ibs; others 5-50 lower; 'No. 1-3, 190-230 Ibs 0.00-21.00; 9.50-20.00. No. 2-3, 240-280 Vbs uel. Born June 25, 1861, she was the daughter of William and Kalhryn (Rank) Boyer. She was married in 1800 and her husband died in 1928. Survivors include the daughter, Mrs. Cunningham, three grandchildren and one great grandchild, and a sister, Mrs. Emma Hooper, Amboy. A son preceded her in death. The deceased was a member of the North Grove EUB church. Final rites will be conducted at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Laird chapel in Amboy with the Rev. Oren Fuller officiating. Burial will be made in Park Lawn cemetery j' at Amboy. Friends may call at the ciiapel after noon Tuesday. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune SeveateeiS Give English Lessons To Hungarian Refugees ARMY SPECIALIST 3/c William S. Glrard and his bride, the former Ham (Candy) Sueyama, leave Camp Whittington chapel in Japan after their American-style wedding. He is under accusation o£ manslaughter by Japanese authorities in the killing of a woman on n. riflo runire. (International RacKojthoto). Name Scout Delegates The Three Hivers Council, Boy Scouts of America, will be represented by two delegates at the 47th annual meeting of the National Boy Scout Council to be'held on July llth and 12th in Philadelphia. The local delegates who will attend are Council Vice President Ralph L. Tucker of Logansport and executive board member Dr. M. T. Barco of Winamac. The gathering will bring to the Sheraton Hotel in Philadelphia more than 1,500 adult leaders from all parts of the nation who will meet with the theme of "Onward '.or God and My Country." The adult leaders represent most of the .539 local councils. These councils administer the Scouting programs to 4,526,302 Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Explorers and adult leaders in 111,674 Scout units throughout the United Stales and its territories. 'Following the closing luncheon July 12 delegates will go to Valley Forge park where 50,000 boys and leaders open their Fourth National Jamboree, camping together on 1,500 acres made available by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Three Rivers Council will have 43 boys and leaders at the Jamboree. Henry Cabot Lodge. United ST. LOUIS — Embarrassed but determined Hungarian refugees have tackled the English language with sheepish grins and dictionaries in the kindergarten atmosphere of a St. Louis schoolroom. Repeating after a teacher no older than they, the "pupils" chant "she - ees - uh - wo-man-he-ess-ub- man" after studying the words above two stick figures representing a man and woman on the blackboard. Or they repeat the alphabet again and again, struggling to give it the American sound rather than the European "ah" for "A" and "bay" for "B." The two-hour daily class was th« idea of a St. Louis adult eiucstor, Arnold Zopf. He obtained the teacher, Mrs. Mildred Jaspar, who ha? been teaching English to foreign- born for year. And she recruited her son, Henri, who teaches English to foreign-born at Washington University. The Unitarian Church provided the classrooms in its unused mission free school and Catholic work, crs gathered the "students," forty Hungarian refugees ranging in age from six years (o middle-age. ;. Discipline Problem At first discipline was a problem. The students got so excited over a textbook with pictures and English words that their teacher had to call in help. The Rev. John de Gyarmathy, pastor of St. Stephen's Hungarian Catholic Church, gave JTlCllJ. V t^ULjUti AJUUfc*-" w.lin-**. - ., States Ambassador to the United ! the 8 rou P a sl <=rn lecture-m their Nations, will address the annual. 0 "' 11 language. Ing rid Greets Her Daughter PAMS (L'-P) — Ing-rid Bergman had the first reunion with her W-ycar-Dld daughter, Jenny Ann Lindstrom, in a happy and confused scene at Le Sour-gal Airport today. Jenny Ann is Ingrid's dinner July 11 and Dr. Abram Leon Sachar, president of Brancieis University, Walthan, Massachusselts, will address the closing luncheon July 12. • . i ., . . ~ _ ijviia UL uiu j; aLinui .-i uniuil Jllucl- by her ionmer marriage to Dr. ing for thejr anm]al picnic _ Raber Farm Union Hears Raber Farm prices, as compared to other prices, will worsen before they improve, stated Indiana Fanner's Union President John Raber Sunday, in a question-answer period following his address at Dykeman Mending died o.f injuries sustained Park before the Cass county mem- 1 ' 11 a ' a11 Ias t- weck - B ' llt detectives hers of the Farmer's Union meet-:questioning neighbors learned he Peter Lindslrom, a brain surgeon whom the famous actress gave up to many Italian movie producer Roberto Rossellini. Today's was the first meeting between motlhcr and daughter in six years, and only the second between thorn since Ingrkl gave up home and family .in 1949 for her j tempestuous romance with Rosscl- ARC Seeks Additional Disaster Relief Funds Ingrid flow here from Rome for the reunion, and Jenny Ann flew in from Stockholm, where she had .porie during the weekend wkh her |father. I Friends said Miss . Bergman Court Notes Mrs. Lois Poduch, 811 Bates street, asks custody of their four children, support for the children, and $2,000 alimony in a .suit for divorce from Anthony Poduch, filed in the Cass circuit court. She charges cruelty. George Brubaker is the attorney for the plaintiff. Cattle 17,000, calves 300; steers teady to 75 higher; heifers 25-50 igher; vfcalers steady; choice and rime steers 25.75-27.50; bulk of hoice steers 24.50 - 25.50; good rade 22.50-24.00; standard steers 20.00-22.00; choice to prime heifers 23.25-25.75; good and choice vcal- ers 19.00-23.00. • Sheep 1,000; spring lambs mostly 1,00 higher; shorn owes and yearlings steady; good to prime spring lambs 22.00-25.00; load of choice shorn yearlings 20.00, EXECUTIVE IS DEAD NEW CASTLE 'UP)—Dean Parsons, 43, manager of the Perfect C'ircle Corp. manufacturing division, died in Henry County Hospital Friday of a heart condition.. HELP WANTED-MALE Your>8 man for General Office work in retail branch, The Sherwin-Williami Co. Excellent opportunity for ad- vancement in many fields. Fringe benefits. CALL 4266 FOR APPOINTMENT CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO (UP) — Produce: Live poultry steady on hens, steady to firm on balance; 33,000 Ibs. USDA price changes: Broilers or rock fryers, white rocks 25-25%. Cheese .steady; single daisies and longhorns 38'/i-39; processed loaf 36-37; Swiss Grade A 41-43; B 39-41; C 35-38. Butter steady; 1,403,000 Ibs; 93 and 92 .score 59; 90 score 5C%; 89 score 55. F/ggs steady; 1.2,000 cases; while large and mixed large extras 31; mediums and standards 2(7; current receipts 26. Cnss Red Cross officials said to-1P 1 ™;. 3 to kcc P Jonn y wHh her most day $102 have been contributed to of ln(! summer and 'take her to the Rossellini villa at Santa Marinella, ju.st 30 miles north of Rome. There Jenny will meet 7-year-old Robertino Rossellini and the twin girls. the disaster fund for the victims of Hurricane Audrey. Miss Katheryn Royer, executive secretary of the chapter, said information from the Eastern area headquarters at Alexandria, Va., continues to emphasize the need for additional relief funds. National Red 'Cross officials in the southern disaster area have reported that 40,000 victims are still being cared for in 80 shelters. The national headquarters has also pointed out that the government is not helping to rehabilitate victims of the hurricane. That job is the responsibility of the Red Cross, she said, .to provide food, clothing, and shellcr. The government's role is the recon- Hondley Will Tour Penal Institutions INDIANAPOLIS (UP) — Governor Handley will tour state penal institutions Wednesday and Thurs- emphasized that this was personal theorizing, and not a belief of the Union itself. A basket picnic was served to those in attendance. Then he assured Mrs. Jaspar, "They promise they will be good in school." A six-year-old and a 40-year-old, have one thing in common in this classroom. Both know three phras. es in English—"How do you do?" "Thank you" and "Goodbye." And they use (hem at every opportunity . A Hungarian textile plant exec- utive'trained as a lawyer is one of those back in school lo learn English. Paul fought behind a barricade in Budapest streets until a Russian tank broke through. Then he and his wife, Ilona, walked to the border to escape. His talc of revolution and «•• ___ ______ cape is no more hair-raising than may have been attacked and'other histories among the pupils knocked from a porch by a man '» "»s classroom. But the (caclior ' J L 1-1 . !.?_, <• :t 1 who mistook him for else. Roomer Questioned In Death of Man INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - Robert Chandler, 2G, Indianapolis, today was held by police on a preliminary charge of murder in the death of Ray H. Mehrling, 57, who lived at the same address as Chandler. Authorities at first believed someone does not lcl any hint of the past take up class time. Mdirling died Saturday of a skull fracture. The next meeting of the organ!- Chough Chandler did not ad' mlt u ' le s . he tok] police he Plan to Fire Disarmed Nuclear Device Friday LAS VEGAS, Nov. (UP) - The Atoinic Ener-gy Commission has set Friday for the firing o! the atomic device which failed to go off June 28 and was disarmed by five scientists. The shot, called "Diablo," didn't go off because of a power failure. e AEG said such an incident would never happen again because an alarm system to warn of power failure would be installed into the device. AEC scientists said Sunday that Diablo would be the seventh shot in the summer test series at the Jeffrey Hunter Wt'ils Model HOLLYWOOD (UP)—Actor Jeffrey Hunter and model Dusty Bartlett were married Sunday at Ojai, Calif,, 6S miles north' of here. The bri.de is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard E.- ICiJli.-iii ot Tucson, Ariz. Shi; previously- was married to John Bwllell, a Phoenix, Ariz., businessman. Hunter formerly was married lo actress Barbara Rush. b stale board of corections, he will inspect the Boys' School at Plnin- fieicl. Girls' School at Clermont, and the State Fpvm at Putnamville -Wednesday. . . . Thursday's itinerary will, take Nevada proving ground. They said U ie |i'- will be another pre-dawn shot .. **'*'* struction of public utilities, high- -him to the State Women's Prisdn ways, and schools, Red Cross officials have indicated. John T. Paige Dies; Rites Set Wednesday WALTON — John T. Paige, 1)7, died ut 11:15 a.m. Sunday His only known relative is a half- brother, Hertford, Port Creek, Ore. Final rites will be conducted at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Evans funeral home with the Rev. Dec Shaffer officiating. CLOSING OUT SALE Hundred* of items at savings up lo 50%. Poultry equipment — Remedies — Garden insecticides — Duster* - Sprayers - Rat Bait - This Week Only. STOP IN EARLY POR 1ST CHOICE LOGAN HATCHERY 824 Michigan Ave. RENT an IRONRITE AUTOMATIC IRONIR For is little .00 Includti frei horn* instruction Watch "Frontier" WPBM, 2:30-3:00 Sunday Two Cars Damaged In City Collision Cars driven by Robert Stanley Hunter, 36, of 802 20th street, and Phyllis Jeen Berkshire, 25, of 1302 High, collided at nth and Market streets at 8:25 a.m. Monday. Rear trunk and shield of the Hunter car and front of the Berkshire car was damaged, said police. The Hunter car was pushing another car when it stopped and the Berkshire car struck it from the rear, the police report said. here and the State Reformatory at Pendleton. J-Iandley's administrative assistant, Vernon Anderson, also will make the tour. DROWNS IN* MICHIGAN SOUTH BEND (-UP) — Waller Kujawski, 39, South Bend, drowned Saturday in Barren Lake in Cass County, Mich., when he stepped of an underwater ledge while wading. A moment before he disappeared beneath the surface, Kujawski shoved his wading companion, Mrs. Louise Miclialski, 27, South Bend, toward shallower water and saved her life. Neither could swim. GRAVEL TRUCK UPSETS A gravel truck driven by Basil Scagnoii, of the Scagnoii Gravel and Stone company, overturned a-bout 12:30 o'clock Monday afternoon on the Perrysburg Road, two miles northeast of Logansport, po-| lice reported. Scngnoli was not injured, police said. BANTAM MOTH CHAMPION BLWOOD (UP)—H.S. Bradshaw, 500-foot steel tower. ,, tt>naled aU>1 ' Bandit Thwarted by Quick-Thinking Clerk BERKLEY, Mich. — Mrs. Virginia Smith, • clerk at a Berkley dry cleaning establishment, improvised quickly when ihi . same gunman tried to hold up the place for Hie second time within a week. "We have a different system .now," she told him. "The boss keeps all the money and there's none in the cash register." The gunman nodded and walked- away empty-handed. He had netted $200 in the first hold-up. zalion will be a Farmer's Union | officers' meeting at the home of i was standing on the front porch of Cass county president Elvin Sadler the home wnen hc saw Mchrlmg at Walton. walking up the sidewalk. Ohnndlcr said someone pulled him into the house and when hc looked around Mchrling was lying on the pavement. Local Hi-Y Delegates Return From Congress Tom Huston and Tom Hayward, roprcsenlinj. (lie Alpha and the Beta Ui-Y clubs in Logansport high school, returned recently Irom the National Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y Congress at Oxford, Ohio. Huston, chaplain of (he Alpha club here, was elected to the national Chaplain's committee and In a workshop which considered the problem of being a Christian in a revolutionary world. Hc also assisted in planning tho worship program for Hie Sunday Congress service. Hayward actively participated in the conference theme committee and represented his dormitory In competitive basketball. Read^the Classified Ads BOTH 77, ON A HONEYMOON LONG HOLIDAY— seven lives. Five of the victims wore children. Four persons were killed Sunday in a collision on U.S. 30 near' Tablerock, Wyo. The deaths boost-; ed.tihe toll on that strip of high-! Middlebui-y grocer, won his 130t!r wa y in . Wyoming to 16 during the ,„ " "ry con peli o n Sun -P ast ei e nt '" poui.iy compciuion sun- his game bantam was cd champion bird of the In- Poultry .Breeders' summer show. There wore 009 entries. The winter show will be held Jan. 3-5 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. SPEED BOAT WA Ft. Wtth Trailer And 5 1I.P. Sea-Klng Motor. $175. 831-20th Need Cash $500 up to AT PLAN DEGREE WORK The Fellow Craft degree will be conferred upon five candidates by Tipton lodge No. 33, F. and A. M., at 7 o'clock Wednesday evening, according to Li.sle Minnick, secrc- lary of the lodge. LOANS PLAIN «0r£—AUTO—OR OTHER PERSONAL SECURITY LOCAL FINANCE • CONS01IOATI TOWN FINANCE CO. OVER BAZUT S MARKET LOGANSPORr, INDIANA Ph 775? 410' , E Broadw stnrlw 7<wlv T viclims for inrf W husband oC four months. A passonger train and truck collided at Sheridan, Wyo., Sunday, killing the engineer and fireman on the Missouri Pacific train and the truck driver. None of the passengers aboard the train, en route from St. Louis lo Denver, was injured. LEAVE FOR TRAINING INDIANAPOLIS (UP) - Almost U.OOO Indiana National Guardsmen, the largest number in history, will take part in 16 days of summer field training July 27- Aug. 11 at Camp McCoy, Wis. NIWLYWEDS Flora and Arthur E. Johnson, Iwth 77, look happy in taking a stop Uiey must'vo been thinking about for a long, long time. The Port Clinton, O., couple got acquainted 30 yearn ago vri „J™t !„ M r \Z.', * xS when she first heard his voice In a church choir. She was a widow ' Movement to McCoy, about _ 460 ..'„„_ _,_,, ,,„ „_„„ „ „,.,.,.._.., ,.„,„ „..„..„ .,.,„.. ... ^ „ „,_. miles northwest of here, will be by military convoy and in chartered buses. Regular Army in- sliuicion and inspection teams will assist in the training. A RILEY AFFAIR NORTH ATTLEBORO, Mass Results of the school board election: Robert J, Rellly, re-elected; t Elmer N. Riley, re-elected; James I; W. Riley, defeated. 61 years, and he was a widower two years. Then he popped the question and they got married thl« month and went honeymooning to a Wisconsin resort. (International Souttdphoto) SALE CALENDAR July 10—Stoney Pil.e Roller Rink Waldron. Auct. July 10—Mr. Medford Flora Ralph Rinehart & Sons July 12—Joe's Auction ,. Teel July 13—Cressy Thoma.5 Havens, Est ' Roy Crume July 13—Rosa Myers Est Waldron July 17—Dr. Thomas L. Cooper Estate Teel, Auct.
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