Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 11, 1957 · Page 35
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Thursday Evening, July 11, 1957. School Board Permits Use of Hall to ICLU INDIANAPOLIS (UP-) - The Indianapolis School Board gave permission for the Indiana Civil Liberties Union to discuss civil rights legislation in a public library auditorium. The board action was a reversal of a previous 4-3 rejection of the ICLU's request to use Cropsey Auditorium in the main library. . One board member changed his vote, paving the way for .the reversal.. Only four members attended and a vote on whether to approve the use of the library ended in a 2-2 tie. Board President Leo M.- Card- Hockey and Mrs. Margaret Hammond, were present. Hobart Turner was injured at the Turner service station when a tire blew up, cutting his face and hands. He was treated by a physician and taken .home., The M; D. club met at the home of Mrs. Arthur Spriinkle. Roll'call was answered by naming 1 a favorite cake. A surprise Jullabye slower was given for Mns. Bob Bowyer and infant daughter. A yard-long auction was also .held. Refresh- menjs • were served to six members and three children. 2 NEW POLIO CASES INDIANAPOLIS . (UP) — The Indiana State Board of Health LoganEpnrt, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Elevea ner ruled Uiat a'tie was tanta-j added two new polio cases in mount to a decision m favor of: Adams and Delaware Counties to accepting a recommendation of library, director Harold Sander its 1957 list last week, -raising to 24 the number of cases since Jan. U. S. Form Workers Total 8,800,000 WASHINGTON <UP) — The Agriculture Department said, today about 8,800,000-persons were working on farms during the week of June 23-29. | About 6,300,000.were farm operators or unpaid members of their families, and .2,500,000 were hired hands: Total farm employment was about 7 per cent above that o£ a month ago. This was due mainly lo a sharp seasonal increase in hired hands, since family labor declined .slightly. In comparison with a year ago, total farm employment dropped 160,000 workers, or about 2 per cent. Farm, wage rates continued U) climb. On July 1, they were at an all-time high level for that date. that the board allow the ICLU to j. The number compares with 37 For Ihe country as a whole, wage use the auditorium. this time last year and 143 in the ' The ICLU had asked the board peak recent year o£ 1952. •to change its mind. The original decision was based on a rule that libraries were not to be used for I controversial discussions. rates averaged 3 per cent more than a year ago. • Winamac Supt. Lamoin Nice has announced that the teaching staff of the Monroe-Winamac school is now complete. Two vacancies were created in the high school by the resignations of Richard and Ernest Dolson. These vacancies, have been filled by the' securing of Robert Neff of Claypool.as Social Sciencej teacher, and Glen Bastes of Green- • field for mathematics. The increase in enrollment of be ginners makes it necessary to have! a third room of firstgraders, Mrs. ! Margaret'Fair of Kewanna will be the teacher. There are still several vacancies; In the other Pulaski county schools, according to a report from County school Supt. George Gerichs. Mrs. Delia Farnis and son James of Sparta, Tenn., came Wednesday for a visit in the homes of her sons and .families Mr. and Mrs. Robert Farris and chilldren of Winamac and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Farris, and daughters of Kewanna. An installation of new officers was held at the Winamac Christian church Sunday morning. Those taking office were William Raypole, Don Behany, Robert GoWe and George Jordan Deacons. Al Taylor, Dale Mfitchell; Paul Riggs and Tom Essex, Elders, Mrs. Theresa Widup and Mrs. Floyd Hall, Deaconesses. Guests in the home of Mrs. Augusta Acker recently were her son. Mr. HaroM Olson and son Bud 1 and daughters Nancy and Joan all of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Johnson returned last -week from their honeymoon .trip through the west and he returned to his work on t*e great lakes and Mrs. Johnson is remaining in the home of her mother, Mrs. Ella Gawell, until she enters (teacher's college for a five weeks ciourse starting July 22. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Augusta Acker spent Wednesday in Dalton, III., where ISicy met Mr. Johnson, whose ship was docked for the day. Mr. James Burrows returned to .his home Sunday from Saint Joseph hospibal Logansport. He was accompanied home by Mrs. Burrows and Charles Graves. The Mothers club'will meet for a «overed dish dinner, Friday, July 12, at the Lake home of Mrs. L. G. Salla at Culver. Hostesses will be Mrs. Fred Russell, Mrs. Lewis Hood and Mrs. Charles F. Byfield. There will be a general meeting ef the Christian Womens Fellov/- ship of the Christian church, Wednesday, July 17, at the church.' Tfre program will be a panel discussion by the-people" who attended the Quadriennel Assembly at Lafayette, Walton Miss Susanne Martin, of Indianapolis was the weekend guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Chester Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Saylors and daughter spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sanders and family and Mrs. Olene Baylors; of Muncie. Mrs. Carl Schwalm is visiting Mr. and' Mrs. Robert Presler and family in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Burncll Williamson and family vacationed last week at Lake Bruce. Lieutenant Calvin Fair left Sunday for Fort Bliss, 1 Texas, to begin his basic training'in the army. Mr. and Mrs. tt. L. Beckley entertained the following guests at dinner July Fourth: Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Beckley, Star City;' Mr. and Mrs. Ike Slonaker and son, and Mrs. Jane Kemper. Rochester; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Oyler and son, Indianapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Dwighl Beckley, Mrs. Frank Calloway, Miss Elizabeth Beckley and Mrs. Emmaline Rogers, Royal Center; Valerie and Larry Wender, and Cynthia Todd, Chicago; Mr. and 'Mrs. Tom Beckley, Royal Center; •Mr. and Mrs. Guy Yohn, Judy and Bobby Yohn, Mrs. Lucille Pylc, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Jones, and Jeremy and Mrs. Flora Wid ' ner. Mr. and Mrs. Dolly Hunter ami Peggy Kunler have relurndd home following a visit with friends in Jacksonville, Florida., Mrs. Mable Wolf, 'assisted by Mrs. Hazel Wolford, Mrs. Anna Richardson and Mrs. Mary A Rush, entertained the ladies ait group of the Christian church. The devotions were offered by Mrs Rush. Prepared mixes were collected for the mission in India ' Mrs. Alice Dcniston enrolled as a member. Mrs. Helen Rockcy o Galveston showed pictures ot he trip to Germany.. The picnic plan ned for August was postponed un til September. Present were 22 Members and two gueet*. Auction Sale of Household Goods The undersigned executor will sell the furniture and other items of the late ir. Thomas L. Cooper, located at 2104 North Street, Logansport, Indiana, on 'WEDNESDAY, JULY 17,1957 i. at 10:00 A.. M. Sharp Consisting of 1 Webcor tape recorder; 1 10x12 rug and pad; 1 cane rocker; upholstered rocker; 1 stand; 2 radios 2 smoking stands; 3 floor lamps; 1 pedestal; 1 TV tray; 2 large rugs; dining room table and 6 chairs; 2 buffets; telephone stand with seat; portable radiio, new; metal glasses and pitcher; bar set; 1 lot nick-nacks; 1 lot dishes and glassware; breakfast set; kitchen stool; G. K. refrigerator; .G. E. stove, electric; carpet sweeper; clothes pole; twin G. E. freezers; Ironrile ironcr; ironing board; 3 metal chairs; electric hedge trimmer; White sewing machine; kitchen table and 3 chairs; cane settee and chair; primers; golf clubs and bag; garden hose; 1 odd lot'of tools; 3 gal. Prcstone; stepladder; 2Uxl2 carpet, new; davenport; 3 upholstered chairs; record player; 1 large lot throw rugs; 2 end tablcsi; 3 stand tables; coffee table; ottoman; magazine rack; invalid walker; G. E. hand sweeper; Hoover sweeper; card table 1 lot linens; 2 rockers; bed, springs and dresser; 1 lot of bedding; chest; desk and chair; portable typewriter; filing cabinet; chest of drawers; cuckoo clock; two 3-door bookcases and books; rollaway bed; 3-pc. maple bedroom suite; walnut bed, complete; chifferobc; bed table; lie rack; bathroom scales; 'glider; 2 power mowers; slepladder, metal slepladder, slraight Jadder, extension ladder; rotary'leaf rake; garden carl; 2 wood lawn chairs; 3 good eleclric fans; 2 window-type air-condilioners, 1 Carrier and 1 Emerson; 5 oil 'paintings, 4 by Rett and 1 by Bundy; and other articles loo numerous to mention. WATCHES AND JEWELRY—2 men's wrist watches, 1 Witlnauer and 1 Benrus; 1 Hamilton 21-jewel man's watch; 2 lady's wrist watches, 1 Elgin and 1 Gruen; one 5-pl. diamond stick pin; fraternity pin, Iota Omicron; 1 lot of other miscellaneous jewelry. CAMERAS—1 StiereofRealisl; 1 , Conlax 35 mm. with telescopic lens; 3 other good cameras; picture projector and screen. DO NOT MISS THIS SALE: ALL GOOD MERCHANDISE, Not responsible for accidents. The National Bank of Logansport, Exec. DR. THOMAS L. COOPER ESTATE Norm'an Teel, Auctioneer Myers & Molique, Attorneys Martin, Clerk $10.95.. '5.94 3uality—TrimTred Values to $«-95 .. '4.94 Marva—TrimTred Values to * 6 - 95 .. '2.94 Thfe se*ion'» »m«rlest shoes at price* you cim'l affojrd to miss!... Choose from pumps, sttudnU, casuals, and many others. High, midway; or low tieeU ... white or colors! FAMILY SHOE DEPARTMENT STREET FLOOR FRIDAY & SATURDAY Q TO Q For Your Convenience %f %f To Our Customers We believe that the stores should have a consistent policy of store hours whose fundamental aim is to serve you, the public, in the best possible.manner. It is our observation that you do not buy groceries, hardware, etc. the same'as you buy. clothes. We feel that 'these specialty services should have their hours, of opening which are best 'suited to your needs. However, we do. not believe any store should dictate to you when or where you should buy. That is your prerogative. We do not care to dictate to them or to,you when we will stay open. We feel the people in surrounding areas who can only come to Logansport at night, can most conveniently do so on Saturday night. The history of merchandising in community'shopping substantiates this belief. We have been very happy, in the past, to serve you on Saturday night, and will continue to do so if you desire. • You have beeri very good to us . ; . we owe our'success entirely to our policy of trading fairiy—both in pricing our merchandise and trying to serve you the best way we know how. Any business man should place service to his customers, and his community above service to himself. If you want us to stay open on Saturday night, we shall. We will know this from your patronage. If you want us to change,, we are glad to. The decision is yours, our business is to serve you. Any suggestions you have concerning store hours, or any-. thing else concerning Olsen's . . . will be appreciated. Olsen'i is YOUR Store. Beginning Friday, July 12 we will be open to serve you on both Friday and Saturday nights. This will in no way effect the present working hours of our employees,-as additional people, will be employed lo serve you. All of our people will continue to work just one night a week. STORE HOURS Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 9:00 to 5:00 Wednesday 9:00, to 12:00 Friday & Saturday v. -... 9:00 to 9:00 Sincerely. M. F. Jaeobsen, Manager >,l You'll be delighted with this SMARTLY STYLED TOP MODE FROCK Exclusive pattern design Full Flair Skirt Perfect Fit Quality Workmashnip* Guaranteed Washable Designed to flatter TOO! Be Ready for the VACATION... BACK-TO-SCHOOL Children s Pept GIRLS' SANFORIZED SHORTS • 3-6x, 7-14. • Poplin, twill, seersucker • Full cut. • Solids, checks, stripes BOYS 1 BOXER SHORTS 3-6x • Denim, poplin, seersucker • Zipper fly ' • Solids and stripes STYLISH COTTON SCOOPS VALUES TO $3.79 Sizes 30-40 Sanforized Colorfast , • White, black and pastels Sportswear— First Floor Economize with BUDGET-WISE TENTURED PLASTIC COTTAGE SETS. . . 94c JUMBO SHE . ..$1.88 Pair DRAPES (54" wide) 94c 104" WIDC . . .$1.88 Pair All with decorator inspired patterns and colors- j'* Non-curling •won't fray Wa-ter and stain resistant Drapes and Curtains — 2nd floor FLANNEL BACK PLASTIC 54x54 TABLE COVERS $1.19 Washable Crease proof .Water proof Strong and durable Stain resistant Available in a vast 'array of plaids and florals. • Others to $3.88. Domestks — ftasement

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