Greensburg (Jnd.) Daily News. Saturday. Aug. 28,1965 MBT7 Your Classified Ad On This Page Goes Into 5,816 Homes-Phone 663-3113 CLASSIFIED RATES 5 Cents a Word—First Insertion. Additional Insertions—3 Cents a Word. Minimum 1 Time $1.00 Minimum 2 Times 1.30 Minimum 3 Times 1.05 MONTHLY CONTRACT Daily for a full month, only 60 cents per word. (Minimum $9.00 for 15 words or less). ADS SET IN PARAGRAPH STYLE will be charged on the basis of 5 words per line. Ads set in larger type will be charged on a line basis. No bold face type used. CARDS OF THANKS. OBITU ARIES AND IN MEMORIAMS First 30 Words. 5c \vord; additional words, 3c word—Minimum. 51.50. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY First insertion per inch SI.30 Second cons, insertion, inch....SI.25 Third consecutive and there after, per inch SI.20 Minimum Size. 2" S2.CO Deadline for placing classified ad on day of publication, 10;30 a. m. Saturday. 10 a. m. Classified Display ads one hour earlier. To Place Your Ads Phone 663-3113 IN LOVING memory of Harry, WHITE ROCK FRYERS, on G. Budd Sr., who passed away! foot, 3V 2 4 IDS., 75c each. Andy eight years ago today, August ' 28, 1957. j In our hearts a memory is kept. I Of one \ve loved and will never rgct. Sadly missed by WIFE, DAUGHTERS AND SONS. Public Notices LEON LANE now operating the former Wingham Service Station (opposite Bohn Aluminum). Gasoline, 29.9c regular. Fast, friendly service. i KINDERGARTEN, PRIVATE. August 30. Tliursa Wasson Hargitt, 311 >63-3872. East Central. Phone Personals BACK TO SCHOOL in style with a new hair-do. Virginia's Beauty Salon. 662-8221. In Memoriatn FOR PERSONAL dressmaking and alterations, see Etta Springmire at Virginia's Beauty Salon, 662-8221. BOWLING SHIRTS and service IN MEMORY of all my loved ones, my dad. mom. brothers and sisters. Memories. EDNA McDERMOTT VICKERY Christmas card samples are in. - ' Meredith's Advertising Special- IN LOVING memory oi my dear (ies 2 09 East Washington. son. Roland Bills, who passed away August 29. 1959. | ouldi uniforms, monogramed. Personalized napkins. 8 colors. Business Services E. Hunter, 663-4577. SPINET PIANO, almost new; balance, $275, payments, $10.98 month. 15 used piano's, all prices; 35 new pianos to choose from. Gary Davis' Music Makers USED PIANOS wanted.' Write I HOLSTEIN heifer, 15 months directions to: 404 Kessling,i old, and 15 day old calf; both Muncie, Indiana or call collect | for_jl55._Phone 527-2865. 282-1108, _! CROSS BRED Yorkshire boar | from certified breeding. Phone Automotive I 663-4569. 1960 CUSHMAN motor scooter.; cORRIEDALE RAMS for sale. Extra good condition. Call'663- Store, The home of Conn organs, | 6474 after 6 p. m. 2438 Central, Columbus, Indiana. Open 'till 7 p. m.; Wednesday's. closed SPECIAL Free Film Offer — American make. Double value coupons given until September 30 on all black and white roll film work. Redeem coupons for fresh film as you need it! Gay's Studio. 113 South Broadway. TENTH grade books for salef. Call 663-5387 before 3 p. m. SMOOTHER driving with proper Brake Service, 315 West 662-7593. Ralph Kendall, phone 663-3549. REGISTERED Black Angus bull, 2% years old, for sale. Wilhoit, 663-6844. SPOTTED BOARS, service age. 123'ACRE farm with 5 room modern house and outbuildings; 104 acres tillable. Bennett, 662-8273. CAR WASHING-Picku P ,^elr7-: OrvjHe Wessel, St. Paul, phone 66M401 ery. Phillips Bros. Mobil Serv-' °- a l D ice, Charles and James, 270 - ~" SALE TO CLOSE on the property of the late Charles Maple. 20 acres located in Marion Township, east of Millhousen Road and south of Cobbs Fork. Sale will close SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 11, at 1 p. m. at the office of Ronald Beard, Attorney, West Side Square, phone North Michigan, 662-5173. Used Cnmets, Cars. Jim Hamer, full; ML: in \v;intin^ him s iHed him too. lh;a wrorijj fo Wouldn't it be wonderiul if I sec. My dear son Wouldn't it lie him smile. And to hnvv him hack with us for just a while. Could 1 hi- v When God know: Could 1 be too, And all the v.-ondcrlu] things housed to do.' I'll never forget the day he died. I'll never forget how much I cried No, I wouldn't disturb his peaceful rest. For 1 know above all Got, knows him host. In his peaceful tomb I'll lei him lie But only Gori knows bow much rli miss him till the day I die. Sadly missed by MOTHER. MARIE GROSE. . ALUMINUM siding, complete Hne of aluminum supplies. Spe- torches . cial sale on aluminum storm doors. Ry!e Construction, 663- 2 BABY BEDS, blonde and maple, complete with mattresses, excellent condition, $25 each; also high chair and Teter- Babe. Phone 662-3441. _ 12 T ~RUNABOUT with 25 h. p. motor and trailer; $275 complete. Call 663-6681. _ HUNTER'S Neo-Hist Lotion, a new product for the relief of sunburn, insect bites, poison ivy and poison oak, only 98c. Sold exclusively at HUNTER PHARMACY. _ OUTDOOR BARBECUE grills, coolers, picnic jugs, camp stoves, patio candles, grill covers p j cmc table covers, patio Gamble Store, West square. -- time salesman, Central Motors, j I Columbus. Phone 663-4119. ' 15 HEREFORD cattle with calves by side since spring. William Tebbe, R. R. 3, Batesville. CATTLE ARITHMETIC Feeder calves + pasture -f 37% Co-op protein blocks at Lincoln, i > ieI P y°" with this problem. Greensburg-Letts-Clarksburg ** SEAT COVERS, $15.95 and up., S 135 Per ton = more profit for Free installation. C & A Ramb- j the feeder. Your localjjo-op will ler Town. 1407 North " '" " """ """" """ Phone 662-3773. 50% OFF list price on new tires; | 1 guaranteed new treads, $9.95 j _ exchange. Buy on easy payment \ 22 CHOICE feeder calves for ! plan. Five Points Tire Company, ] sale; also forage harvester for '119 South Michigan, phone green chopping; cream separa- 662-1835. tor; hog corn wagon; barn sash. NEW REBUILT generators andj SeeJVill Austen_gfter 3 p. m. years old, 3486. Installers and distributors. ]i IVAN BAILEY—Savings get you j 4^—insulation saves you 12% " I plus comfort in your home. UNCONDITIONALLY guaranteed clock and watch repair. C. L. LEWIS ST. PAUL Try Gildersleeve Single Cross Extra Profit Corn In 1966 Look over our demonstration plot on Road 3 just north of Int. 74 on cast side of road. Order now before it is sold out. PAUL RICHARDS Phone 063-5739 FOR BETTER cleaning, to keep colors gleaming, use Blue Lustre carpet cleaner. Rent electric shampooer, $1. Hook's Drug Store. RUBINSTEIN'S once a year Beauty Sale now on at Beeson's Rexall Drug Store. Save up to 44%. WE CLEAN toilets, septic tanks and cesspools. Godbey Sanitary Service, R. R. 3, Greensburg. Phone 662-5574. RUGS. CARPETS, upholstery expertly cleaned in your home, lliies Cleaners. 116 South Franklin, phone 662-3041. WATER WELLS. 36" diameter, drilled and cased. Water systems installed. 12" concrete driveway tile. Rose Bros.. Milan 654-3452 or Sunman 623-2466. CARPENTER work and painting. interior or exterior. Free j USED Maytag wringer washer, estimates. Work guaranteed! §50; Westinghouse electric Robert Bainbridge, phone 663- roaster, $15; used Hoover sweep- GOOD used televisions, ivo money down, easy terms. Goodyear Service Store, phone 66268_41_ PEPSI COLA, 16 oz. size, 2 cartons, 99c plus deposit; ice cream, % gallon 49c; Eckrich honeyloaf. 89c lb.; boiled ham, 99c lb. Eddie's Market, North Lincoln. BEAUTIFUL Baldwin piano, priced right. Call 662-4351, representative of Riddick Piano Company. 5816. McCULLOCH and Homelite chain saws, sales and service. Lecher Bros. Machine Shop, R. :R. 6. Phone 663-4929. er, $20. Pleak Hardware. NATIONAL cash register for sale. 7 keys, one drawer; adds to $99.99. Beeson's Rexall Drug i Store. starters, 6 and 12 volt. Standard transmissioLS. Ora Owens, 824 East Washington. Farm Column 54" BAY MARE, 5 S125; _ 835; also good Phone 663-3643. 70'xl60' BUILDING LOT for sale; gas, electric, city water, sewer. Phone 662-3051. GROUND, approximately 4 acres, 6 miles east on 46. Shade trees; well; cornor lot; $4,000. 663-5638. IN KINGSTON — 2 houses, large lots. Priced to sell, one or both. Immediate posession. 6634473. 7 ACRES, modern house, new barn; 2 'acres strawberries. Plenty shade; water. Nice building sites. ¥4 mile east Odd Fellows Home on Brookville Road. J. W. Milburn GOOD 8'x8' frame corn size 500 bu., 8'xl6'xlO' on 3-ft. j tile; $100. Phone 539-6270. NEW HOG HOUSES — 6'x7', $48 delivered. 6'xl4', $90 delivered. CaU 539-6270. UNI SELF-PROPELLED corn-! picker, good condition; also 4j oak portable corn cribs. See No-j We Jackson, Hartsvill,e, phone Hope 546-4224. A.K.C. REGISTERED Pugs sale. Phone 663-5254. PUREBRED Duroc spring boars for sale. Dickey and Whitmer, R. R. 1, Connersville, Indiana. HAMPSHIRE boars and gilts. Kenwood Farms, mile west on 46 after St. Leon Interchange on Interstate 74. REGISTERED miniature Poodles, miniature Dachshunds; Toy Fox Terriers; Chi- JOHN DEERE 7-foot mower, 16" | huahuas; Cocker Span i e i s . Hill- plow and cultivating equip- (top Kennels, 6 miles south Ver- ment. New cement mixer and, sa ju es state Road 129. Phone metal gates. Ed Doerflinger, 663-' 6464. CASE wheat drill for sale. Phone 539-6449 after 5 p. m. _ 667-3308. town and Garden MUMS now blooming7~Comer's Mum Gardens, 6 miles south FORD tractor with backhoe, Qn ^ , rn left • 1 mj]e _ digger and front end scoop for sale. Phone 662-5574. CERTIFIED SEEDS Monon Wheat, registered 2 Reed Wheat, Registered 2 Harrison Barley, Registered 1 Norline Winter Oats STEWART BROS., PHONE 663-6899 Real Est. For Sale BUNGALOW on West Walnut, in good repair; has new aluminum siding; 1% car garage. BRICK and ALUMINUM siding Ranch, three bedrooms, tiled! combination bath, floors are! hardwood and carpeted; at-, 3-BEDROOM modern in Edgewood Acres. Carpeted throughout; drapes; built-in range; refrigerator; dryer; full basement with 2-car garage. Immediate possession. Oakley, 663-3415. NEW all brick house In Hillcrest Second Addition—3 bedrooms; 24'xl2' family room; 1% baths; 2-car garage. John Black, 663-4777 IN HILLCREST — 3-bedroom, yellow brick, central air conditioner. Phone 663-3687. WE HAVE 2 fine, well located homes on large, beautiful lots, whose owners are leaving town and want to get relocated before school starts. REALISTICALLY PRICED! WHEELER, REALTOR PHONE 662-2022 NEW HOMES in HUlcrest Addition. Open for your inspection. Turn north at BCA plant. For more information phone 662-8974 or see William Black. Mobile Homes School Books For Decatur County Community Schools May Be Purchased At McKay Sales Co. 12U3 South Broadway STARTING MONDAY, At'l.rST 30 HOURS: Monday. T:u»;Jay. Thursday and Saturday. !i to 5: Wednesday. I) to 12; Frida.\. !i to 9. STRASBURGER'S CleaningjSPOTS before your eyes . . . Company invites you to try on your new carpet? Remove their new and improved clean- j ing process. them with Blue Lustre. YOUR Home Laundry — We do your washings — ironings. The Launderette. 115 North Anderson, phone 662-7202. _ ELECTRIC ROTO~ROOTER cleans clogged sewers, drains with electric knives, no digging. Free estimates. Work guaranteed. Phone 527-2744. electric shampooer, $1. Batterton's West Side Drugs. QUALITY CHECKED -"•-I USED TRACTORS Rent 4010 RCD ^ RT?Tr7Tr o V,nntainprt; nints Re FREEZER contamerspmts8c, ua Want to Hire Jr. Accountant Degree preferred but net required. Interesting work, .sond salary and working conditions. Opportunity for advancement. gcnd resume nf training and experience to: Director, Plant Industrial Relations Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co., Works 50 Elizabeth St.. Slielnyville. Indiana An Equal Opportunity Employer WE NOW DO graphing. No tors, $35 up; also new freezers. Moore's Store, 662-9655. CANNING PEACHES and Stanley prunes, this week at low prices. LaBarbera's Fruit Market. WEDDING invitations and bride expert mimeo-j books Quick service Prin t ed job too large, none too small. Pauline Wheeler, office supolies. Advertising gifts for Christmas. Meredith's Adver- jhone_ 662-5653 or 662-2022. tising Specia i t je S> 209 East Wash- W< >RLD FAMOUS ServiceMas- j ington. ter home care cleaning of car-1 LOSE WEIGHT safely with Dex- pets. Iurniture, walls and floors, j A-Diet Tablets. Only 98c at For free estimate call Service- j yo u r drug store. '.Master of Greensburg. 662-7435. | I SAW CHAIN sprockets tor any' make sav,. Several used saws.! I Leslie \Viison. ! Napoleon. i BULLDOZING I reasonable p rice s. ; Sohdetfmcr and Sous, ; 542-2353 or 653-5115. i MONUMENTS, markers, and i cemetery lettering. Smith ! Monument Works. North Broad- j way. i'l-.one 662-4785. i L' AYKST 1965 SINGER $39.55 FULL PRICE Need responsible person to I 1 2 miles west j make payments of §5.65 monthly. : This machine is only 6 months of" ail kinds ~atj old and is in Perfect condition. Walter ^ as wamu t cabinet, sews forward and reverse, mends and darns and is equipped to zig zag and applique. Guaranteed. Call 663-4635 or 662-5394 (Dealer). phone j TV, AM-FM radio, 4-speed hi- fi; regular $995, now $749. Ever- PHICE EVER on dou-, sole Radio & TV. 662-1252. ble and triple track windows. SWEET CORN, , Company,: matoes , cab bage, cucumbers _ ______ j and me i ons . Charles H. Davis, Wholesale Prices NEW OLIVER FARM MACHINERY 550 G . . . . S2,575 770 G .....52,915 1650 Demo . . .. 54,910 1650 D . - 55,318 1850 Demo $6,258 364 Cult - 5561 241-3600 Dis S617 2-3-14 Mtd 5350 1-565-4-14 . $660 1-566-6-14 51,125 1-525SP ..'. 55,528 2 No. 74 S2.58S 2 No. 73 „- -.- 52,009 1-356 $350 Also Used Machinery Fagel's Garage Waldron, Ind. Phone 525-4866. Uin^ham \\mclow phone G<j.)-..,968. FOR YOUR local and long dis-jone mile north of Westport on tance moving needs, call State Road_3, phone 591-2343. MADDUX. Free estimate. Agent j BUILDING^MATERIALS " for North American Van Lines.; off all stock items — 33% off Phone 662-9464. _ _____ '. all tools. Oliger Lumber Com- CLEAMNG — Pressing — D'ye'- i P an - v ' 133 South Michigan. _ ing. Modern equipment . . . i HOST Carpet Cleaning, recom- Expert service. We give every ; mended by carpet mills to detail personal attention. Acra clean modern carpets. Use our Cleaners. __ INTERIOR "and" exteno7"pa"int- car l jet for i machine and clean 40 yards of ing; paper hanging. We sell paper. Phone 663-5452 or see Ilar- Icy Hadler. For Sale LEVENSTEIN'S CARPET & DRAPERY East City Limits, Road 46 PRIVATE SALE of household goods of the late Betty Thomas: will bo sold beginning at 9 a. m.. Wednesday. September 1st. at the residence. 323 West Walnut Street. Greensburg. FRESH GOAT'S MILK for sale at Ranch Supermarket and Sid's Supermarket. Wanted WILL PAY cash for retail stock, store and restaurant fixtures; also buy household goods, tools and dishes! Paul Cuskaden, Auc- USED CORNET and case, very c J.ood condition. $45. Pat Osting, tioneer, St. Paul, 525-6155. i phone 663-5989. BACK TO SCHOOL Special — RIDE WANTED - Monday morning to, and Friday eve- Tape recorders at low prices, ning from Indianapolis. Phone Ker-Wood, South Side Square, i542-2356. - ..•..-.. 400D Farmall MD Farmall H Farmall 400 Case 901 Ford D Waiver of finance charges to March 1. 1966. First installment Dec. 1, 1966. COMBINES With grain platform only — July 1, 1966 With grain and corn head — August 1, 1966 Corn head only — October 1, 1966 Take advantage of John Deere's offer. THURSTON IMPLEMENT & SUPPLY 421 Northwest Phone _663-5191 USED EQUIPMENT Super M diesel M diesel 880 Oliver diesel 2 MH corn picker Ford self-propelled combine Farmall M, rebuilt Farmall H WESTPORT IMPLEMENT Your IHC Dealer Joe Harpring Paul McCreary LIMESTONE, crushed stone, sand and gravel for sale. Redelman Bros., R. R. 7, Greensburg. Phone 663-6001. STONE, LIME and fertilizer, Also gravel products. Immediate delivery. Virgil Haskamp, phone 663-4388. NEW TRACTORS Be sure to come in and see IHC's latest models. The new 4-plow Farmall 656 and the new IHC 3-plow 424. Special — No finance charges until April 1, 1966 on new tractors or combines. CORN AND BEAN COMBINES Before you buy let us show you the latest in IHC combines and the 2890 Minneapolis Moline combine. Terms up to 4 years. No finance charges until April 1, 1966. SHIRK'S TREE CITY SUPPLY, INC. 926 N. Lincoln Phone 662-5565 Animals/ Poultry 2 BOARS for sale. Van Batterton, phone 663-5974. PEKINESE and Chihuahua mixed puppies for sale, 8 weeks old. Also '62 Cushman Eagle motor scooter.Phone 591-2632. BUNGALOW on North Carver; VETERINARY Serums, vac-'tached garage; Lincoln P_ark. cines, medications and instruments of highest character, available at Batterton's West I Side Drugs. BILL'S MOBILE HOME SALES Greensburg, Indiana 4 miles west at Junction 3 & 46 Low prices, good service, large selection of attractive mobile homes. Financing at lot. Bank rates. Can finance 12' wide mobile for larVhomT """ low Payments. "wS TRS-new three bed- <*»™^ »**, room stone and aluminum sid- INSTANT HOUSING ;„„ ..~ ncn home, IVi ceramic,.^ i; ,- T r m ,=« »»-i HI Free Delivery Up To 150 JVliles " hardwood P floor e s attached BILL ' S MOBILE HOME SALES 2-car' garage attachea GREENSBURG, INDIANA " WEST HENDRICKS — Three or four bedroom home. l l /2 baths; one car garage. All city 1964 48'xl6' MOBILE HOME, 3 bedrooms, large carpeted living room. Alexander's Trailer utilities. ' Court. Phone 662-6764. TWO BEDROOM bungalow onj North Carver; good repair; fenced back yard. MODERN 3-bedroom home, full THREE BEDROOM BRICK I basement; possession Septem- For Rent ranch. hardwood floors, 1% , ber 1st; baths. Immediate possession. i 5237 THREE BEDROOM frame] month. Phone 663- ranch; all city utilities. FHA financing. IN BURNEY — Two bedroom UNFURNISHED 3-room upstairs apartment on the square. Good condition. Suitable for working bun aTow^wrth riarS^odfto^ j ™*f o,-ladyAvailable Octo upstairs could be finished. Large her 1st. Call_662-8381. IN CLARKSBURG-4 room apartment, ground floor, good location. Reasonable rent. See Mrs. Ed Moore, Phone 527-2445. AVAILABLE September 1—New modern 1-bedroom apartment, Greensburg; 65 acres tillable; 5 room home: large barn. 4-car garage. 42'xlO' MOBIL HOME and 100'x76' lot. A bargain. 20 ACRES, 8 miles west on Road 46. Modern 7-room home, hardwood floors, beautiful fireplace. J234 West North Street, Greens- 120 ACRES, 9 miles south oflburg. Carpet; air conditioned; appliances. Phone Batesville 934-3505. 70 ACRES ON CONTRACT in| FURN i S HED cottage, carpeted, Washington Township — 65 .-... ^- i-~~*. -_ TT c /ioi acres tillable; modern 7 room home. 100 ACRES ON CONTRACT, in Clinton Township. 75 acres tillable: good fences and outbuildings : modern 6-room home. WANT TO BUY OR SELL? THEN CALL Shel Smith, Realtor Phone 662-3655 or 662-5921 IN WESTPORT—For Sale or trade for small acreage. Good 3-bedroom modern home, downtown. Basement; new gas furnace; large carpeted living room; garage; storage building; nice front and back porches. Plenty of shade. Other listings. JESSUP REAL ESTATE Westport Phone 591-3653 2~~NEW HOMES in~Westport— 2 bedroooms, attached garages; carpet. Clem Gatewood, Westport. i^ROOMTiouse with bath, utility room, all new aluminum'storm windows and doors; large lot. For information call 662-9555 after 5:30 p. m. 6-ROOM brick, modern; hardwood floors, 25' knotty pine kitchen and family room; lots of closets; fenced yard; newly decorated. Make offer. 924 East Washington after 4 p. m. automatic heat; on U. S. 421 and Int. 74. Suitable for 1 or 2 adults. Phone 663-6233. NICE front sleeping room; suitable for young lady. Kitchen privileges if desired. Phone 6634?62. SLEEPING ROOM for rent; men only. Mrs. C. W. Shallenberg, 182 North Michigan, phone 6621681. MODERN apartments and rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Swem Block, HSVa East Main (South Side Square). Phone 663-3294. 2-ROOM office suite in Murphy Building. Wheeler, Realtor, phone 662-2022. Real Estate Service TO BUY or sell real estate, call Earl Anders, Salesman for Shel Smith, Realtor, 663-6882. LISTINGS NEEDED of 2 and 3-bedroom homes. WHEELER, REALTOR PHONE 662-2022 LAMBERT ABSTRACT CO., established 1870. Efficient service Pauline Wheeler, Mgr., Murphy Bldg. Phone 662-5653. SEE SHEL—If you have property to sell. Smith Real Estate, 662-3655 or 662-5921. LISTINGS NEEDED — Farms and small acreages, Raymond Clapp, Realtor, R. R. 1, phone 663-4849. LISTINGS NEEDED. Park H. Snyder, 212 North Franklin Street, phone 662-8200. Help Wanted SALESMAN FOR AUTO PARTS AND HARDWARE A division manager of Curtis Industries, Inc. will interview for a auto parts and fastener salesman. Must be married, age 26 or older and have serviceable car. Contact C. F. Beaven at the Holiday Inn in Richmond, Monday after 1 p. m. or all day Tuesday, August 30 and 31. MARRIED farm hand wanted. Fred Cooper, % mile west Waynesburg, phone 591-7117. TAKING APPLICATIONS for nurses' aides at nursing home. Phone 591-5451. MALE EMPLOYE for part- time work, evenings or Sundays. Lynch's Firestone Store, 225 East Main. COOK wanted, 7 a. m. to. 3 p. m. shift; also waitress, 11 p. m. to 7 a. m. No phone calls. Buell's Restaurant, 533 West Main. SALESLADY — Experience not necessary. Apply in person, The Fashion Shop, South Side Square. Situations Wanted 2 WOMEN desire cleaning work, together, particularly office cleaning. Phone 527-2720 or 5272269 between 6 and 8 a. m. insurance INSURANCE — Life, Mortgage, Hospitalization, Income, Group, Retirement. Lambert Dierckman, 105 S. Broadway, phone 663-3220. Financial FOR FEDERAL Land Bank Loans, William F. Smith, Room 3, Murphy Building, Tuesday A. M., Thursday P. M., phone 662-5791. FARM FINANCING or refinancing, long term mortgage. Contact Raymond Clapp, R. R. 1, phone 663-4849. Circuit Court Public Sale Dates TUESDAY, August 31 — Public sale of farm equipment. George T. Robbins, 8 miles southwest of Greensburg on Harris City Road. WEDNESDAY, September 1 — Lester Smith, 2 miles south of Westport on St. Anne Road; farm equipment, household goods. FRIDAY, September 3 — Farm Equipment auction. Vanderbur Implement Company, West Main Street, Greensburg. SATURDAY7~Septernber 4 — General Farm Sale. Horace K. Busby, Vz mile east of Letts. Markets Saturday, Aug. 28 No. 2 Wheat—Delivered $1.39 bu. No. 2 New Ear Corn- Delivered 99 bu. No. 2 New Shelled Corn- Delivered 1.04 bu. No. 2 Old Ear Corn- Delivered 1.10 bu. No. 2 Old Shelled Corn- Delivered 1.15 bu. No. 2 New Oats- Delivered 82 bu. No. 1 New Soybeans- Delivered 2.29 bu. Realty Transfers Lake Santee, Inc., to Robert K. and Lenora W. Bainbridge, property at Lake Santee. Lake Santee, Inc., to Robert J. and Wannetta Hilbert, property at Lake Santee. Bessie Dugle to Louis J. and Norman A. Wanstrath, property at Rossburg. Floyd B. and Kathleen Gatewood to Harold and Martha Galyen, property in the Gatewood Terrace Subdivision near Sardinia. Lake Santee. Inc., to Gregg D. and Phyllis S. Hartley, property at Lake Santee. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION In the Circuit Court of Decatur County. Indiana. In the Matter of the Estate of lone Overpeck, deceased. Notice is hereby given that Union Bank & Trust Co. of Greensburg was on the llth day of August, 19,65, appointed: (a) Executor of the will of lone Overpeck. deceased. All persons having claims against said estate, whether or not now due, must file the same in said Court within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice or said claim will be forever barred. Dated at Greensburg. Indiana, this 12th day of August, 1965. AUDREY NAVARRA, Clerk of the Circuit Court for Decatur County, Indiana. Rolfes, Garvey & Walker, Attor- ne> " 5 ' D—Aug. 14-21-28 The assessor filed appraisal in the estate of the late Cora Cann Underwood showing gross .value of the estate to be $13,769.68. Finding was that tax is due in the sum of $674.26. An inventory and appraisement of all property submitted in the estate of the late Roy Hooten was approved. In the divorce litigation filed by Margaret Howard' against William Henry Howard the plaintiff's petition for rule to show cause has been set for hearing Sept. 3. The plaintiff was granted a divorce June 19. 1964. In the complaint for damages filed by Eugene Merriman against the Greensburg Community Schools, and others, the plaintiff, by counsel, filed a motion for Karl Walker, a special administrator in the estate of the late Chalmer Oaks, be substituted as party defendant. In the complaint for divorce filed by Jerelyn Kay Lanane against Gene Lanane the defendant is to pay $45 per week support, current loans, $75 for school necessities for minor children within 30 days and $150 attorney fees—$75 within 30 days and balance before date of trial. The plaintiff is to pay all utility bills and rent. The defendant was granted the right of reasonable visitation with minor children. In the complaint for divorce filed by Katherine E. Palmer against Charles B. Palmer the defendant is to pay $35 per week support beginning Sept. 2 and $75 preliminary attorney fees within 30 days and the balance of $75 on or before the date of the trial. The $50 per month rental received on property is to go to the defendant. The plaintiff is to continue to live in the residence and to pay all utility bills. The temporary restraining order was made a permanent injunction with certain exceptions. Services Monday For George Briggeman, 87 SHELBYVILLE, Ind.—Funeral services for George F. Briggeman, 87, a former resident of the Blue Ridge community, will be held at 2 p. m. Monday in Carmony Funeral Home in Shelbyville. The Rev. F. P. Puhlmann will officiate. Burial will be in Forest Hill Cemetery at Shelbyville. Visitation at the funeral home will be after 2 p. m. Sunday. Mr. Briggeman died at 3:50 p. m. Thursday in W. S. Major Hospital at Shelbyville. In declining health for two years, he had entered the hospital 12 days prior to his death. Mr. Briggeman was a retired farmer who had resided on a farm in Liberty Township near Blue Ridge for 75 years until moving to Shelbyville four years ago. He was a member of the Zicn United Church of Christ and a 50-year member of the I.O.O.F. Lodge of Waldron. Born in Liberty Township on Feb. 7, 1878, he was the son of Henry and Magdalena (Wissing) Briggeman. Survivors include a brother, J. Edward Briggeman of Shelbyville, three nieces and one nephew. Four sisters preceded in death. At Least 16 Killed In Train Accident PONT DHERY, France (UPI) — An express from Milan rammed into the rear of another train jammed with vacationers at the station here today, killing at least 16 persons and injuring 28. Railroad officials in this eastern France town said eight of the injured were in serious condition. They said two cars were derailed when a sleeper rushing to Paris from Milan, Italy, cracked into the rear of another train being inspected in the station. The accident occurred before dawn. Railroad officials said the standing train was being inspected for faulty brakes when the express came roaring up. They said the express, also bound for Paris, was filled with people returning from vacations in Italy. So fas as was known, there were no Americans among the victims. DRIVER FINED RUSHVILLE, Ind. — Charged with improper passing on Indiana 3 near Milroy on Aug. 20, John W. Powers, 27, of Greensburg, has been fined $1 and costs, totaling $19.25, in justice of the peace court here.
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