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Fourteen Logansport. Indiana, Pharoa-Trtbun* Deacon Fair Group Meets A special meeting of Deacon •Grange chairmen and officers of the county fair food stand committees will be held at 8 o'clock Friday, evening, hall, announced Harry Couk, at m\ the Worthy Grange Master the Wednesday meeting of the Grange. Maud Wilson gave a report on the sewing contest held recently, and Diwight Plank, agriculture chairman, reported on wheat and asked everyone to save wheat grain for the state Grange contest. He also told of some sprays not to be used for hogs. Home economic chairman Jessie Thompson announced that a cake baking contest will be held August 14. Hazel Plank, juvenile matron, reported 'on a tour of Logansport in which. 21 members and nine guests participated. Roger Harvey reported on ticket sales on a saw, to be given away by the Grange at the Cass county fair. He asked . all members to turn in bocks and money at the Grange hall July 19. A prize is to be awarded to the person selling the most books. • Beulah Couk read an article on insurance and Stella Fouls, lecturer, presented her program as follows: A special group singing, Green Thumb Colls For Cultivation URBANA, 111.—Flowering plants, an agreeable addition to any home don't "just take care of themsel- es," a University, of Illinois floriculture specialist advises. "The plants must be given proper care as soon as they enter a home," G. M. Fosler said. Among Fosler's suggestions for cultivation of the indoor green thumb: Water the plants promptly after receiving them and make sure their sol 1 , stays moist continually; Water from the bottom (immersion method) but make sure there is an ample place for excess water to run off. Flowering plants do best when placed in a south,. east or west window, 'but they should remain out of the sun's direct rays; Don't place the plants near radiators, air conditioners or in drafts. The temperature surrounding them should r'emain not more than 75 degrees during the day and some 15 to 20 degrees lower at night; Remove withered blooms and damaged or diseased leaves promptly. , NEW DCE DIRECTOR.INTERVIEWING STUDENTS Plant to Moke Fish flour Is Established NEW BEDFORD, Mass. - A -America the Beautiful"- Irene! Midwest biochemist has moved in- Harness read an article 1 giving [? New Bedford to reap some of 1 f* tVlA I •"»<?!* fifU Vin*.itnr-l «f Hi n A 4.1 „ _ th* reason Under God was put e •in the flag pledge and who put it there; A reading on "Ice Cream," by Charlotte Martin; and "1 Speak for Democracy," by Ella C'rockett. Phyllis Harness and Virginia Naftzger conducted a contest and' Mae Caldwell and Loren Cripe won surprises packages. Eva Albaugh and Dean Beck are to buy surprise packages for tne next meeting. Dr. .Edward Marshall, president of the Jessie Newsum Memorial fund, gave a talk on Granges in the southern part of the state. Harley and Eva Albaugh, who are' residents of Florida, were quests among the 61 persons present;. when trans- Food Adventure: Arabian Chicken NEW.. YORK—Sometime you feel like getting , adventuresome in the kitchen, try your hand at Djedjad-inoer. Djedjad-imer? ' Roughly lated, it means Arabian honeyed chicken, a recipe that Lowell Thomas brought back from his •world travels necessary to making the Cinerama • motion picture, "Seven' Wonders of the World." Here's how it goes: Prick the whole of the breast of 3 to 2'A pound chicken (broiler) •with a sharp knife or pointed skewer ami brush well with a mixture of >/4 pound melted butler and 3 tablespoons honey. Pour a little of the mixture inside in the bird and roast in pre-heated oven 350 to 375 degrees until done, about one hour. Cut bird in half and on each half spread firmly chopped pistachio nuts, sprinkle with su> gar, garnish with cherries in syrup' and preserved ginger if de- aired. Finally pour a little honey over the whole. Serves two. Read the Classified Ads fish harvest of the Atlantic Ocean. ' Ezra Levin, of Monticello, II]., plans to process fish into a highly nutritive fish flour and fish meal. The flour, an additive, is ordorless and tasteless. Levin says' it can greatly enhance the nutritive qualities of cereals, flour, corn meal, soups and other foods. The new plant will be the first in the United States to. produce fish 'flour—"a stabilized, deodorlz- ec, product of high biological value." Levin said it probably can solve the malnutrition problem of the world. Nebraska Town Has Some Fast Readers BELLEVUE,-Neb.—Three pupils at the public high school here can read at speeds of 8,000 words' or more a minute, Dr.' Harry Johnson of the University of Omaha reported. Johnson, who conducted tests OB .he pupils, said. Norman Jean McConnell and Richard Wilson read up to 7,500 words per minute and He said .they, retained 75 to 90 per [publisher of the Lagrange Stand- £trd. The company also publishes the Lagrange News, a Democratic Beef Too High? Try Whole Meat LA JOLLA, Calif. — American housewives could save on their meat budgets If whale meat were made available, says one of the nation's authorities on the subject. Dr. Raymond M. Gilmore of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, said it is '"shameful" that whale meat is now used as dog food instead of for human consumption. "I see no reason why whale meat should not be sold as low- budget beef," said Gilmore. "It should sell for about 50 cents' a pound. "Whale meat is reH like beef, tender as veal and loaded with protein. It has no waste, no fat, no bones or gristle." Gilmore said he frequently has whale steaks three times a day when at a whaling station. ELECTED COMPTROLLER SOUTH BEND (UP — Byers Burlingame has been appointed comptroller of ard Corp. His Ktudebater-Pack- appoinlment w'as announced by Harold E. Churchill, president of the aulo firm. P.A. Braner was named assistant comptroller. Notice of Sale of Real Estate •The undersigned, Eilcon Rlchason and Geraldine V. Philapy, Administratrices of the Estate of Milo W. Flanagan, deceased, hereby give notice that by virtue of an order of the Cass Circuit Court of Indiana, they will at the hour of ten o'clock A. M. on July 27, 1957, at the office of Norman L. TCiesling, attbrney, 210'i Fourth Street, Logansport, Indiana, and from day to day thereafter until sold, offer for sale the home of the late Milo W. Flanagan situated on Walnut Street in the Town of Walton, Cass County, Indiana, described as follows: Lot 20 in Hathaway and Noel's Addition to the Town of Walton Cass County, Indiana. • Said real estate will be sold subject to the approval of the Cass Circuit Court of Indiana, for not less than the full appraised value thereof, for cash, ami subject to the 1957 taxes due and payable in 1958 and thereafter. Ten (10%) per cent of bid, to accompany offer. Real estate consists of a full lot, large two (2) story frame house, newly sided, easily adaptable for apartments. 'For information and bid forms, contact the above attorney or Geraldine V. Philapy, 123 Conraai Street, Kokomo, Indiana, phone Gladstone 9-3837. Dated this July llth, 1957. EILEEN RICHASON and GERALDINE V. PHILAPY, Administratrices ot the Estate of Milo W. Flanagan, deceased. Norman L. Kiesling, Attorney. ' Delphi Man Re-Elected To Ag Teachers.Post LAFAYETTE, Ind.-Vonn Hayes,. Indianapolis, today was elected president of the Indiana,Vocational Agriculture Teachers' 'Association at the final session of the organization's 43rd annual conference at Purdue University. ;| Other officers chosen; • Leon Alter, Columbia City, vice- president; H, W. Leonard, Purdue teacher trainer, secretary; W. S. Weaver, Delphi, treasurer, and Everett McCauley, Connersville, assistant treasurer. Leonard and Weaver were re-elected, . Henry Hodus, right, new director of the Diversified Cooperative Education program tit Logansport high school, interviews Jim Fiedler, a prospective DCE student. Th« program, which offers the itudent both classroom and on-thc-job training in his chosen field, will be inaugurated with the opening of the fall semester. Hodus has interviewed about half of the 45 prospective DCS students. After the completion ol the interviews he will contact local industries and businesses Icr on-the-)«b training stations.' Hodus came to Logansport from Seymour where he was director of adult education and the DCE program. He was graduated from the Alliance Technical. Institute in Cambridge Springs, Efl., and re,- ceived a BS degree In Trade and Industrial Education and an MS degree In Administration and Guidance from Purdue, university. He also worked as a" tool and die maker and a tool and die designer with the Pullman Standard Car Co., in Hammond. He has two children and resides at 1315 Thirteenth street. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.)' Lagrange Newspaper Sold to Grossmans weekly,' ,in the same plant. Grossman has been editor and publisher of the Salem Rapubli- LAGRANGE, Ind.' (UP)—Paul can-Leader for eight years. He SUMMER JOB... M. Ridd'ick has announced the sale" of controlling interest in the Lagrange Publishing Co.. to Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Grossman of Saiem. Riddick plans to retire from newspaper management after previously was managing editor of the Plymouth Pilot-News, a. daily. REFLOAT LINER HAMILTON, Bermuda (DP) — Marine experts today checked the hull o,f bhe British liner Reina del Ralph Plummer up to 6,000 words, inibre than 30 years as editor' and! Pacifico which was hauled off a cent of what tjiey read. Johnson said he recalled .experts rating • a 3,750-word-per minute performance by a Harvart law graduate nomenal." recently as "phe- 4-H Leaders Stage Picnic, Meeting Cass county Junior 4-H leaders will meet at the lower pavillion in Spencer park for a business meet ing Monday, following a swimming party at the municipal pool at 7:31 p.m. and a wiener roast at the park. Plans for the 4-H fair wil be discussed at the meeting. Members are asked to bring wieners and buns. The committee which is composed of tho.Bethle hem township Ag Club, wilh Har old Erdman president, will furnish cold drinks. Read the Classified Ads _ ^UPHOLSTERING! 2018 North Str«.t Phon* 4709 Ice Cream Social New Wavcrly Fire House 7 to 9:30 p.m., Friday! July 12 by Volunteer Fireman Auxiliary Kool-Vent Awning SALES I SERVICE . GLEN REID'S A & A 511 Eri. Phon. 3650 IF IT'S ELECTRICAL WIRING -CAIA- DEAN ISAACS 1405 Chicago St. Phone 4366 coral reef Thursday night with the aid of emergency equipment flown from England. AT LAST! ONE LOTION WAVES ALL HAIR-TEXTURES IN TO MINUTES! PirntHitlrt *1,M PLU3 TAX No'more searching! No more guesswork in selection of lotion, texture and waving time! No more clock-watching! CHEMTRONIC LIFE permanent is easiest, loveliest-a true custom permanent, hair by hair. x It's as automatic as today's no-shift car transmission. CHEMTRONIC PERMANENT PRODUCT BY WEREVEft TOILETRIES ARE SOtft C l9afl8Y DCAtm'vyeS COHf i NORTH DRUGS • Rust, dust, supply, are summer fuel oil problems • that need immediate solution. Let us handle this summer job. Call now for Phillips. 66 Fuel Oil and our Summer Serviee. By calling—instead of waiting you'll save time, trouble and money. Call now. TUCKER OH CO. PHONE 3403 2nd & Market logantport NOTICE SHOP HOURS FOR UNION BARBER SHOPS Man., Tue«., Thuri., Sat. 8:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. Friday 8 a. m. to 7 p. m. Wednesday 8:00 a. m. fa 12 noon (Effective July 12th) C J. Shinobarffer, R. Ph. Corner 3rd & Miami A WEEK END PROJECT FOR YOUR VACATION TRIP. can make this «ojy and fun with REYNOLDS DO-IT-YOURSELF ALUMINUM PLANS •jf N. >pMl«l tkllh . . . M ) lo«lt required ... •nd you'll »av* m.nty, FLANJAVAILAIlllArt wt f.r details, •!»• ••! Kit Wtkkt full *t M OPEN FREE WE HAVE IT! Compl.t. t.lf- urvlc. RACK con* . talnlng *v.ry form of Rtynoldi Dt-H-' V«urt.H Aluminum. Sunday Morning 8:30 to 12:00 SOUTH SIDE LUMBER CO. Everything tor your do It voun»tf joku. • 11 Burlington Av*. Phon* 2319 Potato, Bean or Macaroni Salad 39c pt. HAM SALAD 49c Ib. RAY'S BUTTERMILK 2 qts. for 29c STEAKETTES lb.59c KOOIAID 6for25c Little Elf Marshmallows bag ] 9c OCOMA FRUIT PIES Apple-Peach-Cherry family Id. 59c loch' MBR-DEL'S FCE CREAM SPECIALS ORANGE PINEAPPLE » 0 . u « l S.69e LEMON MALLO NiwSumm.r Flavor. MSR-ML'S 'A GALLON 89c DIETETIC k. FOODS „ lor diabetics and diets Cookies Fruits Candies Syrups Jellies Pop NOW SALT PRK VEGETABLES Thank You! 1 DAY PHOTO FINISHING SERVICE AND PHOTO SUPPUeS \ American Exprm Money Ordirt At All T(m«f . ., SMITH'S MARKET 17Hi and G.or 9 . St. Phon. 3371 Open Until 10 p. m.—Sunday* and Weekdays NO BUG WORRIES THIS SUMMER with ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS & DOORS 3 MAJOR MANUFACTORS BRANDS TO CHOOSE FROM. Expert Installation Free Estimates Gladly! " PHONF3666 Just North On Road 17 Friday Evening, July s' 12. IWR SHIRT FINISHING Tub-0-Suds Laundry *Smead ROUND & SQUARE DANCING Saturday Night Music by the Rochester Trio ROYALE BAR "Royal Center, Ind. Myers Greenhouse. Dial 3996 ElecfrkT Light Bills Due the 1st. Penalty added after July 15th.' TRY OUK EVENING SPECIAL SANDWICH A SATISFYING SNACK ONLY 30c TOWER PAKK DRIVE-IN OPPOSITE POOL ENTRANCE OPEN TIL 10 PM i RUBBER STAMPS Mad* In O-ur Own Pfant ' 2-DAY DELIVERY CHRONICLE PRINTING CO. 417 Mark* Ph. 4367 GARDEN TIUER FOR RENT Seif Propelled, Selective Tilling. Garden the eaiy way with a Me>ry-Tiller. THESE GARDEN TOOLS FOR RENT Power lawn mowers, Aera- torf, Fertilizer Spreaders, Rollert, Fence Stretchers, Grub Hoei, Electric Hedge Trimmer, Foit Hole Auger* Pruning Saws, Shovels, Tree Trimmers. ALL AT TOOL RENTAL DEPT. South Side Lbr. Co. 811 Burlington Ave. Phone 2319 Open Sunday Morning Attend INDIANA BUSINESS COLLEGE of Lognnsport You Can Save Time and Money SPECIAL ENTRANCE DATE MONDAY, JULY 16 Call In person, write, or phone 4276 for Bulletin. 501 Barnes Office Building fAGLES FAMILY PLAY NIGHT Something New and Different-Come See FRIDAY, JULY 12th at 8 P.M. SATURDAY NIGHT DANCING .Music fay Gladys French-8i30 Til 11:30 POWLEN BETTER USED CARS ALL PRICED UNDER RED BOOK 1955 Ford V8 Fairlane 2 Door.—One local owner. Clean with low mileage. The car for you — Priced for you! , T952 Dodge 4 Door Cornet. A real buy—priced unbelievably low. Serviced, ready to go. HARDTOP SPECIALS 7 TO CHOOSE FROM DIFFERENT MAKES, MODELS AND PRrCK All Clean and Ready To Go ... Get Yours Nowl 1952 Chevrolet' 2 Dr. hardtop. Powerglide and all other extras. A real smooth car. 1956 Chevrolet Station Wagon. Powerglide V8. This is the one for you. Sea it today. 1951 Pontiac Catilina — Hydramaric. Lots of extras. This sharpie is priced right. 1955 Cadillac 62 4-door Very low mileage and looks like new. Priced to sell now. ^ WE HAVE SEVERAL OLDER MODEL CARS IN GOOP CONDITION. THEY ARE PRICED TO SUIT ALL POCKETBOOKS. Many Others To Choose From BROADWAY AT THIRD NOTICE NEW LOGANSPORT STORE HOURS Effective Friday, July 12 Logansport Stores Will Observe the Following Store Hours OPEN FRIDAYS 'TIL 9:00 P.M. CLOSED SATURDAYS AT 5 P.M. Retail Division LOGANSPORT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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