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Greensburg, Indiana
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Saturday, August 28, 1965
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Napoleon Mrs. Pearl Snider attended the National Extension Homemakers Conference at Purdue, Aug. 9-13. Miss Ellen Reinking of Osgood also attended. Mr. and Mrs. John Thole were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Youngman. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Herbert. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith and family and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Smith and Scotty visited relatives and friends at Roan Mountain, Tenn., on their vacation. nati, on Saturday afternoon. Miss Becky Ashman and Richard Soendlin were Saturday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Larrison of New Point. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Soendlin. Miss Donna Sue Richter was a Sunday overnight guest of Mrs. Myrtle Bokelman, of Greensburg. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Tichenor, of near Smyrna, were Saturday morning callers of M,r. and Mrs. Frank Stevenson. Saturday afternoon callers were Mr. and Albert Narwold. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Eaton | uc " "•" ™ IH cm, a ttPnrf P rf thp Mpvpr re- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steven Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Saturday, Aug. 28, PAGES It's Opening Day At Indiana Fair Indiana State Fair, each one and son attended the Meyer re union at Liberty Park in Batesville on Sunday. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Hoffman and daughter in Batesville. Mr. and Mrs. Raphael Grossman and daughter of Columbus and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Meyer were callers Sunday evening on Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Eaton and son. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Jones and family were guests Saturday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Jones and family near Sunman. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Jones and family were Sunday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, near Benham. Mrs. Shelby Jones, Gary and Lisa were guests Wednesday evening of Mrs. Elmer Lee Fox and : daughters. Mrs. Elmer Lee Fox, Cindy \ and Jackie Sue were Thursday i evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. ! Estes Denton and family of 1 Greensburg. ' The Fellowship Class of St. i John Lutheran Church met Sun' day evening at the home of Mr. • and Mrs. Ed Peetz. i Mr. and Mrs. Al Thole and I Paul were Sunday afternoon call- i ers on Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Wagi ner and family near Osgood. • .Mr. and Mrs. Al Thole, Paul ) and Anita, visited Mrs. Lois Van' kirk and Martha Jane at Margaret Mary Hospital Saturday I evening. I Mr. and Mrs. Rick Meyer and • daughters, of Greensburg, Mr. I and Mrs. Leonard Meyer and i Bruce, and Bob Lane went to I Rensselaer where they attend- i ed three-quarter midget races on Saturday evening. Rick Meyer was the fourth fastest qualifier, . won his heat race, won the tro- \ phy.dash, and won the feature • race. They remained overnight i and on Sunday visited the Dunes State Park on Lake Michigan. En " route home they were supper , guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave ,' Pqrten and Beth at Indianapolis. ! The leaders of the Napoleon Weekday School of Religion will meet on Thursday, Aug. 26, at 1:30 p. m., at the Methodist Church. Interested workers are urged to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cowan and daughters, of Indianapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Straber and Butch spent from Friday through Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Gleason and family at St. Louis, Mo. Places of interest visited were Ghost Town, at Bedford, Ind.; the William Henry Harrison Home, Northwest Territorial Capital the first Indiana print shop, George Rogers Clark Memorial and Lincoln Memorial Bridge at Vincennes. Other places visited were the Jefferson National Memorial, Zoo, Planetarium, and Art Museum, all in St. Lous. The Cowan family spent the rest of the week at the Straber home. Other callers were Mr. and Mrs. Don Hicks and sons. Karen Bultman and Cheryl Bergman were guests Tuesday of Betty Narwold. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Duerstock and sons attended the baptism of Scott Duane Duerstock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Duerstock, at Indianapolis on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Tebbe and family, of Batesville, also attended. Mrs. Elaine Doane and family, and Miss Betty Heister of Cin- cinnnati were Thursday afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Keene and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Keene were visitors Friday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds Grossman, of Milan. Rita and Marie Keene were business callers in Greensburg on Thursday. Mrs. Floyd Miller returned home on Saturday afternoon after being a patient in Robert Long Hospital at Indianapolis the past two week. Dick Soendlin spent Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Soendlin of New Point. Miss Becky Ashman, of Tall Oaks, Ind., was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Richter and family Friday through Sunday. Miss Donna Sue Richter accompanied Mrs. Robert Murray Sr> and Bonita to West Lafayette on Sunday. Miss Becky Ashman of Tall Oaks and Richard Soendlin visited his grandmother, Madame son were Sunday dinner and : per guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harr Bauer of Greensburg. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Sarring hausen returned home last wee after visiting with Miss Meta Fe lerman and Mr. Fred Karl a Winter Haven, Fla. Places of in terest visited were the Singin Tower, Great Masterpiece, Cy prus Gardens, Daytona Beach Silver Springs, and the Smok Mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Sarrinj hausen and Lloyd, Miss Iris Bui man, and Miss Becky Hilto visited Spring Mill Park on Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Littell wer Friday supper guests of Mr. an Mrs. Estol Littell of Greensburg Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bessler an Noah Narwold, of Cross Roads were Monday evening guests o Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Littell. Otto Keene Jr. and girl friend of Cincinnati, were Sunda guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarenc Snider. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Snide visited Mrs. Edith Lauber, of M: Ian, on Friday. Paul Herbert, of Brownsburg was a Saturday evening guest o Mr. and Mrs. Ed G. Herbert anc family. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dick man and family, of Jolly Center and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Brink man and family, of Batesville were Sunday evening guests. Miss Dorothy Herbert, of Indi anapolis, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. EC G. Herbert, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed G. Herber were in Indianapolis on business on Monday morning. Miss Dolores Cord of Millhous en is spending this week at the home of .Mr,, and Mrs. Ed G. Her bert and family. Guests of Mrs. Susie Linville this past week included: Thurs day afternoon, Mr. and Mrs Pete Kammeyer, of Newport Ky.; Thursday evening, Mrs Robert Borgman, of Osgood Sunday morning, Lawrence Lin ville, of Batesville; and on Sun day afternoon, Miss Sharon Linville, of Osgood. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bultman of Greensburg, were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bultman Jr. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mitchell and daughter, of Hialeah, Fla., were Tuesday morning callers of Mr and Cecil Bultman Jr. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bultman Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bultman Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eisert, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rohlfing, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Bultman and Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Abplanalp and family, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bultman and Karen, Bill Bultman and son, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bultman, Mr. and Mrs. William Bultman, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pettz and family, all attended the Bultman Reunion on Sunday, August 22, at Liberty Park in Batesville. The Scherschlight reunion was held Sunday at Liberty Park in Batesville. Those enjoying the day included Mrs. Walter Grieshop, of Batesville; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Grieshop and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Grieshop and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Grieshop and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seifert and family, all of near Oldenburg; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Metz and family, Mr. and •Mrs. Charles Knecht and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Molloy and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Elsen and family, all of Cincinnati; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Day and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miles and family, and Mr. Otto Scherschlight, all of North Vernon; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Grieshop and son, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Borchelt and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wagner and family, of Osgood; Mr. and Mrss. Jerry Day and family Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moore and family, of near Columbus; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gehl Jr. and family of Greensburg; Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Gehl and son, of Jolly Center; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Buening and family, of near Millhousen; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gehl Sr. and Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Stier and David, of near Napoleon. There were 98 members present and four guests. The oldest member present was Otto Scherschlight, 87, and the youngest was Teresa Karin Dayas Soendlin, of Cincin- Wagner, 4 months. By DON WALLIS Jr. INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)—Indiana's 113th state fair was all set for opening day this morning, with celebrities on hand and amusement rides, exhibits and concession stands prepared for the thousands and thousands of Hoosiers expected to see and taike part in this year's show. The theme of this year's fair is "Young America," and opening day activities lived up to the billing. Scheduled along with the traditional 4-H club competition for Hoosier youngsters were band bashes, folk- singing and cheerleading contests, a freckle contest, and .the more serious business of selecting a state fair queen for 1965. Atiout 70 beauties from as many Indiana counties were in the running for the title of Miss EVER HAPPEN TO YOU? By Bloke Forest Hill Mrs. Christine Foster, Mr. and Mrs. James Boyd and Marsha of Letts, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Konekramer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles White, and Mr. Glen Dakes of St. Paul were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burley Hughes and sons, David Bokelman, Paul Bennett, and Max Shepherd were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ceiling and Dale. Roger Fromer was the Sunday dinner guest of his grandparents, hoping to succeed Miss Cheryl Lee Garrett of Peru as queen of the annual extravangaza. Star Headliners The headline stars were ar riving for scheduled weeken performances. C o m e d a a George Gobel was the first on the scene Friday afternoon, an was to foe followed today by Gomer Pyle and "-Little Joe' of the television series "Bonan za." Gobel will feature the Gome Pyler Show, based on the tele vision program of the sam name, in performances at 5 an 8 p. m., today and "Little Joe' will highlight the Tommy Stein er Rodeo in its two shows to day and Sunday. Following Gobel, Pyle an "Little Joe" on the entertain ment schedule for the 11-da fair will be Lawrence Welk anc his Champagne Music Makers popular singer Bobby Vinto and "Doc and Festus," stars o the TV series "Gunsmoke." Another traditional feature o the fair, the grand champioi barrow judging, is schedulei for this afternoon with top swim from all over the state t be shown by hopeful youn,, farmers. Young America Fair The "Young America" them is personified in the Young America Fair, which official describe as a "a fair within a fair." Located on the northeast side of the fairgrounds on a football sized island, the young Ameri ca Fair will feature a series o: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hogg. A pitch-in dinner was held Saturday night at the home of j board" contest'VT'turtle race Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mclntyre near Forest Hill. The occasion was in honor of Mr. Mclntyre's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrenci McAhren and family of San Diego, Calif. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Tim Fuller and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Norman Conway and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Warren Mclntyre and daughter, all of Shelbyville Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simmonds and family, of Adams; Mr. anc Mrs. Robert Westerfeld and family of near New Point; Mr and Mrs. Larry Mclntyre anc sons of Columbus; Mr. and Mrs 3ral Mclntyre, Brenda Mcln tyre, Tom Haley, all of Fores' 1; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mcln ;yre, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Boling and son, all of Greensburg. Mike spent a few days of Ias1 week with Mr. and Mrs. George Michael. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Michael were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Michael and family. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Trout and Mabel were supper guests Thursday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shook and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Foist and amily were Sunday dinner uests of her mother, Mrs. Eva Jregory. Mr. and Mrs. David 'ivecoat, Steven Fivecoat, and Miss Sue Barton, all of Columns, were afternoon callers on Mrs. Gregory, who is their grandmother. Mrs. Carl Shook visited her unt Add Trout at the Memorial iospital Saturday. Mrs. Trout s very ill. first White Tiger $orn in U. S. Dies WASHINGTON (UPI) — The 'irst white tiger born in the United States died from dis- emper Friday at the Washing- on Zoo. Officials said the disease had also killed the 19-month-old male's normal, orange sister 10 ays before. The two cubs were i a litter of three born to Mo- ini, the Enchantress of Revah, a rare white tigress pre- ented to the United States five ears ago by an Indian po- entate. The third cub, a normal-col- red male, escaped the pneu- nonia-like infection as did Mo- ini and other big cats in the oo's lion house. Zoo officials losed the house to the public uring the period of the disease. to a talent show—for the dura tion of the fair. The fair's racing card is also expected to be a major attrac tion. Both types — harness racers and quarter horses—wil race along with late-model stock cars driven by some o: the country's top drivers. The horse racing events are scheduled Sept. 3-4 and 6-7 and the stock car speedsters wil take the track for a 100-miler Tuesday, Sept. 7. Also at the top of this year's fair schedule is the state bane contest, set for Monday, Aug. 30, wih high school musicians from, all parts of Indiana battling for the top prize. Jack Kochman's Hell Drivers will be back this year for several shows including three on Sunday, Sept. 5, and the all- breed horse show will run every night the week of Aug 30- Sept. 3. Westport Mr. and Mrs. John Graybiel of Pendleton were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Galyen. Eric Quackenbush of Westport las been released from Bartholomew County Hospital, Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. Florian D. Myers are representing the Westport Kiwanis Club at the convention at French Lick this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dieckhoff lave a son born Friday at Bar- holomew County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Blauvelt and daughter, Faye, and Mrs. vjancy Blauvelt have returned rom attending commencement exercises at Florida State Uni- ersity, their son and grandson, Tony R. Blauvelt, being a graduate. They also visited points of interest in the south and Wash- ngton, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vander- )ur and son, Paul, have returned from a trip to Oklahoma and ither points of interest. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher of Michigan are visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Fletcher and family or a few days. Karen Stephens has returned o her home at Anderson after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Oralle Galyen. Mr. and Mrs. Don Knarr are moving to their farm that they urchased from Mr. and Mrs. Horace Busby on R. R. 5, ireensburg. BETTEK <SIV£ PKIMK-OR , © King Feature Syndicate, IDC.. 1965. World ri8J"» reserved. Four Die in Traffic— Man Thrown From Auto For 80 Feet By United Press International Four deaths in the first six hours of the weekend period, in- eluding a double-fatality at Gary, today increased Indiana's 1965 highway toll to at least 919 compared with 825 a year ago. Authorities said Eddie Harvey Jr., 26, and Ruth Brown, 26, Pamphlets Warn Viet Civilians WASHINGTON (UPI) —U. S. forces in Viet Nam are convinced that leaflets as well as bombs and rockets can be important weapons in t h e campaign to carry the anti^guerrilla war to Communist strongholds in the North. The leaflets are prepared by the South Vietnamese government with the help of the U.S. Information Agency (USIA). They are dropped by U. S. and South Vietnamese planes over cities in North Viet Nam and in the area of military targets. There are two purposes — to warn civilians to evacuate areas marked for attack and o mount a psychological campaign to disenchant the people with the Communist government. Some examples of typical propaganda leaflets' were dis- )layed during an interview with Rep. Cornelius Gallagher, which recently heard testimony from Gen. Maxwell D. "aylor. Gallagher said that Tayor, who retired this month as U. S. ambassador to South Viet 'Jam, cited the warning pamph- ts as an answer to charges some Americans that U. S. orces were needlessly killi n g ietnamese women and children in bombing raids. The congressman said that as a warning to civilians, U. S. orces dropped more than 540,00 pamphlets on June 10, 1965. ie pamphlets said: "Do you- know that these in- taliations and depots as well s your roads have been used o support an aggressive war to ill your peace loving kin and riends in South Viet Nam? 'Those who sow the wind ll reap the whirlwind. "Keep away from military ases, weapons depots, bridges, ir bases, radar stations, har- ors and important communi- ation areas to avoid bearing he accidental brunt of a i r trikes." On the other side of the amphlet were four pictures of estroyed bridges, roads and hips. East Chicago, were killed abou: midnight when their speedinj car crashed into the rear of a truck on a Gary street. Karen Sue Johnson, 15, Nap panee, drowned in Elkhart County when her car went ou' of control, smashed into a bridge railing and toppled into a creek Steven Hartman, 18, Napanee a passenger, was seriously in jured. The weekend's first victim was Michael Moser, 20, Fierce- ton, in a two-car crash at the intersection of Indiana 13 anc U. S. 30 in Kosciousko County. Authorities said Olive Furlong, 34, Fort Riley, Kan., was charged with disregarding a stop light. Ronald Mitchell, 22, Indianapolis, was one of four persons killed Friday before tre start of the weekend period. Police said Mitchell was killed Friday before the start o; at a downtown Indianapolis intersection and rammed the rear of a car driven by Sharon Kavanaugh, 21, also of Indianapolis. Authorities said witnesses told them Mitchell was thrown from his auto and flew approximately.. 80 feet..through.,the air before landing on top of a third car. Miss Kavanaugh and a companion, S'usan McCarty, 21, Madison, both nurses, were injured. "Go 9? (Continued from Page One) reported the tumbling had become "very, very slow." But the movement was enough to force the astronauts to compromise and occasionally to forego some experiments such as space photography. Cooper said he had to bypass one attempt to take pictures of cloud tops because the capsule was spinning, but the photography and other programs now have been resumed on a limited basis. Cooper, who now owns practically every individual space endurance record in the books, was on duty when the Rose Knot Victor, a tracking ship off the west coast of South America, radioed that Gemini 5 had begun its 100th trip around the world. "Congratulations are extended to both of you from all flight controllers throughout the world," the station said. "Thank you," Cooper replied in his proudest Oklahoma drawl. "Only 22 orbits to go MAIN INDUSTRY Guatemala's main industry is farming, corn the chief crop. CLEARANCE SALE! '66s WILL BE HERE NEXT MONTH '65s MUST GO THIS MONTH NEW 1965 DODGES—DARTS—WAGONS POLARAS—DEMONSTRATORS BIGGEST SAVINGS YET AT SUPER MOTORS 727 WEST MAIN PH.ONE 662-8283 PUBLIC SALE Having discontinued farming, the undersigned will sell at public auction the following personal property located 8 miles southwest of Greensburg on Harris City Road, 1 mile east of Horace, 4 miles north of Letts, on TUESDAY, AUGUST 31 AT 1:00 P. M. FARM EQUIPMENT—1956 Ford 860 tractor, good condition on good rubber and wheel weights; Ford 3-14" plow; Ford 2- row cultivator; 8' disc; Black Hawk planter with 3-point hitch; rotary hoe; John Deere 4-bar side delivery rake; Case heavy duty 7' mower, 3-point hitch; Superior 13 disc drill; IHC model 42 combine PTO; Minneapolis Moline wagon with grain bed; Bradley wagon with hoist and metal bed; Case 95 bushel spreader, good condition; Ford tractor jack; Ford hammermill; 40' belt; metal 8 hole hog feeder fountain; 18" Homelite chain saw; dehorners; castrating clamp; Stewart clippers; 2 cattle feeding troughs; some poplar panels; some small tools and scrap iron plus many other articles. TERMS—CASH. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS. GEORGE T. ROBBINS Lewis Beesley, auctioneer. Earl C. Bobbins, clerk. Sardinia This community was saddened by the sudden passing of Mrs. Ethel Collins. Sympathy is extended to the family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Saver had as guests Thursday afternon, his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Mason Saver, Mrs. Edith Hawkins of Indianapolis and a brother, Arthur Sauer, of Madison, who was returning to his home after surgery in an Indianapolis hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Bivens of Indianapolis were Thursday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Elliott. Mrs Bivens was formerly Crystal Ryan of this community.' Mr. and Mrs. Gus Schumacher visited Mr. and Mrs. Ross Kline of Sandcreek Monday evening. Miss Dilla Bennett was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hern. In the afternoon they attended the Decatur County Baptist Association meeting at Westport. Orville Shafer of Scipio called on Joe and Miss Emma Sherman Sunday afternoon. He reports his brother, Warren is improving. Rex Marshall is much improved. He is at home from Memorial Hospital after having undergone surgery there. A Saturday -evening guest of the Marshall's was their nephew, Bartley Brown, of Muncie. Tuesday evening callers were Mrs. Philip Davis and children and her mother, Mrs. Pearl Melton, of Westport. Gary Schumacher Jr. of Elizabethtown spent Sunday with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Schumacher. Wilfred Mulroney Jr., and Mrs. Stella Milholland took Mrs. Ruth Mulroney and granddaughter, Gail Ruth Long, to Cincinnati Thursday. They will return to their home in New York after a few weeks visit here with her son, Bill Mulroney and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cooper had as recent guests their daughter, Mrs. Frank Kaminski and Mr. Kaminski, of Toledo, 0., and his niece, Miss Spring Racette, of Putnam, Conn. Stolen Property Trial Set Oct. 4 The trial of Carlie Johnson, 22, Kokomo, and Paul Jackson, 19, Springfield, 0., charged in OIRAB WTE "HHIZ DOES MORE WITH A PIECE OF PLASTIC THAN ANYBODY .ELSE, I'M AFRAID!" Crashes (Continued from Page One) of bom!bs on a barracks area 12 miles northwest of Vinh, destroying or damaging four buildings. The spokesman announced also that giant eight-jet Strategic B52 bombers blasted the Communists' "Zone D" stronghold 30 miles north of Saigon today for the second consecutive day. Results of t h e raid were not announced. Southwest of Saigon, the spokesman said, government militiamen supported by U. S. helicopters recaptured an outpost from Communist guerrillas early today. The spokesman said the Viet "Cong captured the outpost at Tan Nhut, 8 miles from here, shortly after midnight. All ,but two of its militia garrison were absent on night patrols at the time. RUPTURE TRUSS FITTER COMING Give yourself comfort and relief without an old-fashioned -type TRUSS. If your rupture comes out when your truss is off, then you must be wearing the wrong kind. See the NEW revolutionary hernia control plan. It is a marvelous invention for rupture treatment. Prevents rupture from becoming larger. Holds like your hand. Will control hernia. 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POWELL, MOTEL, N. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1st. 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. My 22nd. year. (Mailing address 7816 E. St. Joe, Indianapolis). at the LABOLT Lincoln St. on ROAD 3, NORTH CITY LIMITS Prices Effective Thm Tuesday. Quantity Rights Reserved. REGULAR STORE HOURS Open Mon. through Thurs., 8 a. m. to 9 p. m.; Fri., 8 a. m. to 9:30 p. m.; Sat., 8 a. m. to 9 p. m.; Sun., 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. WIN '50°° IN CASH IN THE EXCITING NEW M-0-N-E-Y GAME GET FULL DETAILS AT LoMAR'S FOODTOWN

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