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Alexandria, Indiana
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Friday, November 30, 1956
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBtyO, 1956 ALEXANDRIA TIMES-TRIBUNE 1. NOTICES -r 1 w 5. BUSINESS SERVICES FOR SOMEONE Special. A gift certificate from Dorothy's Beauty Salon, Phone 4-2592. Open 4 daw a week, evenings by ap- ipointment and Saturday until S p.m. Certificates $1.00 and up. flTirEI UlClD . A CkKjiim nrnJionnn for Christmas. See the complete MADE-TO-Measure Suits, slacks, l 1 - sv t n nrf ntfAP. line at Berry's, 207 West Washington. Small deposit holds till Christmas. NOW THERE'S No need for a handful of policies. No danger ous gaps in your protection, no overlapping of policies if you have a "Package" policy tailor ed to fit your home. Herman A. Brown, Insurance. 16. MISCELLANEOUS - ; " " ' 1 'f Mel Ward on All-Gig Ten Team; Iowa Puts ttsn in Four Positions FOR SALE Or trade. 12Mi inch ROA television. 613 W. WasWngf ton. Church of (kid,iAitheran and Baptist Churches Win in Sunday bchoot Loop (50) FG FT TP WANTED: LIiGiHT Hauling of any kind. Phone 4-3887. JUST RECEIVED New shipment of R.C.A. record players. 'Lay-way for Christmas. Mc-Nees Appliance's. topcoats, sport coats, and over coats Ralph Shultz, Tailoring 116 E. Church. Phone 4-3435. 7. SITUATIONS Wanted 13 PIECE CARBON Drill set - 1-18 to 1-4 inch - in Steel index case-only $2.25 at F. M. Henry Hardware. "BULL DOG" Dog runner chain 15 ft. - Snap on each end, swivel n center- nickel plated , only " 99c each at F. M. Henry Hardware. . ,' , ;.yiS,i , WHAT MARES Every "corner count? Walt for the sheer look for 1957. YOUNG MARRIED Lady would like to care for children in her home. Phone 4-4304. WANTED: One or two children to keep in my home. Phone 4-4064. 10. WANTED TO RENT LADY WANTS One large heated furnished or unfurnished room, with reasonable rent. Ph. 4-3616. 11. FOR RENT FOR SALE Shetland Ponies, Bridles, Saddles, Halters, single or double Harness, Collars and Pony Carts. Earl Townsend 807 S. Harrison St. Alexandria, Indiana Phon. 4-3679 Days Phont 4-2417 Evening I A fcYBOLTS SPORTING 3.0 O d I "Your Spurting Goodi Center" Uil W. Chursh. Ph. 4-2485. If YOU Do not receive your Times Tribune, call between 5 and 9 p.m. and one will be brought to you. Our number U 44451. Please call before I. Of k closed at tttat time. I. LOST AND FOUND 2 ROOM FURNISHED Apartment, gas heat. 1 or 2 adults. Call 4-3586 after 3:30. GOOD HOUSE, Three rooms, plus new bath and utility roomMiilt on new in 1956. Located at 914 W. Wash. Call at 910 W. Wash., morning, noon or evening. Adults preferred, no pets. $45 per month THREE ROOM Apartment, street entrance, furnished. 709 W. Washington St. call after 5 p.m. LOST: 3 Yr. Old black and tan' MODERN FURNISHED 28 Ft male coon dog in vicinity of Lilly Creek Church. Phone 4-3824. I. RlfsiNEsT 5ER VICES house trailer, call 4-3564 after 3:00 p.m. MODERN HOUSE. Also sleeping rooms. Duffy's 604 N. Harrison. Phone 4-3532-. R. E. BR0RST PHOTO SUPPLIES 109-111 N. Canal Ph. 4-3740 Camera Photo Finishing V IT. -Til 1 ' T) nKn4inlAnJ M nA Vlxrj 1HU IWUIII d'pdl Ullicui. inuu- crn, heated for one person, tiood location. Write Times-Tribune Box 458 MADE - TO - Measure shirts slacks suits and topcoats. Clyde Surbcr Tailoring, 104 West Washington St. Phone 4-2321. JOE'S RARBER ShoD in Orestes. V open week nights 6 to 9. Hair-1 cuts $1.00. I V AND Radio eiice, Dia 4-2163. Odia Crum, 1020 Tippe-oanoe Ave. BARBER'S TV Service. Prompt, f courteous service. 935 W. Washington. Phone 4-4216. UPSTAIRS FOUR Room and bath modern unfurnished apartment. Adults. Phone 4-3435. THREE ROOM Upstairs furnished apartmenl. One or two adults. Phone 4-3361. NOW Lay-A-Way a boat and motor for Christmas or Spring Delivery Leather's Boat House 1813 N. "A" St. Elwood, Indiana Ph. FE 2-S1M I. CHICAGO (UP) - The top three team In the Big Ten football race grabbed seven positions on the all conference team picked for unnca Press by the league's 10 coaches and announced today. Iowa, the champions, won lour positions, while Michigan took two and Minnesota one. The Wolverines and Gophers tied ofr second in the campaign. Hawkeye representatives, who will complete their season in the Rose Bowl Jan. 1, were quarter back Ken Ploen, end Frank Gil liam, tackle Alex Karras, and cen ter Don Suchy. The Michiaan olayers were end Ron Kramer and haUback Terry Barr, while Minnesota's star was tackle Bob HofoeTt. The other first team players were euard Al Viola. Northwest ern, guard Jim Parker, Ohio State, halfback Abe Woodson, Illinois, and fullback Mel Dillard. Purdue. The team would boast tremen dous size, with Parker at 21 pounds Hie heaviest. Gilliam, who weighs 187, would be the only lineman under 200 pounds, and Ploen at 180 would be the lightest back. Michigan State set the pace on the second team with four players, tackle Joel Jones, guard Dan Cur-rie, center John Matsko and halfback Clarence PeaSs, while Ohio State won three backiield positions on the third team with Don Clark, Jim Rosoboro and Galen Cisco. Every school in the conference placed at least one- man on the too three teamrvs. with Iowa win nmg six position i, Michigan and Ohio State Ave, and Michigan State and Purdue four. Wiscon sin's only representative wag nd Dave Howard on the third team while Indiana's only player was end Brad Bomba on the second team. 17. HOUSEHOLD Good. FOR SALE: Large Florence Su preme heating stove. Ph. 4-2835 GAS STOVE, 2Vi yrs. old. $50. Ph. 4-3611. Orestes Takes Fourth Win HARDWICK GAS Range, good condition; upright piano and gas space heater with vent. Ph.' 4 3737. THREE ROOM Furnished upstairs apartment. Adults only. Phone 4 2469. FOR RENT: 6 Room house. Con tact Lawton Dostcr or call 4-2695 FOR SALE: GIRL'S Shoe skates. Size 4. Also black velvet skating skirt. Phone 4-3576. ONE CHEST Of sterling silverware, less than wholesale and also one fur coat, cheap. Carl McKinley, 205 E. Berry. HI FI Tape Recorders and Phonographs by Wcbcor. Record and Flower Shop. 13. REAL EST. For Sale SEPTIC TANKS, Vaults cleanea Sewers cleaned. Electric sewer machine. Roy'a Sewer Service. Phone 4-3490, 1403 N. Harrison or Anderson 2-U45 WELL DRILLING, Ditching, dozer, footings, partial or complete septic tank installation. Water ind sewer lines, fill dirt. Crushed stone. Campbell Excavating Service, 1 mile east of Orestes, Puone Orestes 203. PERSONALIZED PHOTO Finlsn- ing at my home. Order for Christmas now. Allen Miller, 725 W. Madison Call 4-4102. GUY LEWIS REAL ESTATE 104 EAST WASHINGTON ST. ALEXANDRIA, IND. business Phone 4-3195 Earl Lewis, Phone 4-2875 SKINPAK'D Carded tools, long nose pliers, diagonal pliers, Une- man's pliers, 6 inch pipe, wrench! 8 inch adjustable wrench - your! choice 89c each at F. M. Henry I Hardware. I 18. FARMERS' Column 9eseTssiesss YOU CAN TRUST Paul Vermillion 0091) mm GEO. MORGAN REAL ESTATE 104 WEST WASHINGTON DIAL 4-3257 LOCAL PRODUCE (Courtesv. Hlatfs Poultry Mkt.) Heavy Hens ' Leg Hens Old Roosters Eggs 19. AUTOS FOR SALE AL LEWIS REAL ESTATE 109 SOUTH HARRISON ST. DIAL 4-3531 FOR SALE: 702 W. Jackson, seven room serai-modern home, two lots. Price reduced. Owner says scJl. Immediate possession. Geo. Morgan Real Estate, 104 West Washingon St., Phone 43257. 6. MISCELLANEOUS PHONOGRAPHS By Columbia and Webcor. $19.95 to $209.95. Christmas layaways invited. Record & Flower Shop. , PAUL VERMILLION JEWELER Store Hoort: 9 a. m. to S p. m. dally 9 a. m. to I p. m. Sat. Closed 12 o'clock Wd. afternoon FOR SALE or TRADE 1955 BUDCK CENTURY RIVIERA, .two-tone paint, R1H, Dynaflow. Also has wsw tires. 'Three 1953 CHEVROLETS One Bel Air Powergldie and two 210 s. I These 3 cars are clean and in good condition. 1951 FORD, 4 dr. ForcVamatic wth RAtH. Also custom interior. Sharp. 1949 PONTIAC CIEFTAIN DHelux whth hydramatic. Also R & H. 1948 DESOTO. R 4 H. In good condition. 1913 CHEVROLET FLElETLINE. New seat covers, R it H and ttirn signal. 107 FORD V-8. EKtna clean wth R & H. Low mileage. Has original black finish. 1948 IKrT,E 4 dr. Clean and cheap transpotation. Earl Townsend CAR SALES 807 S Harrison 6t. Alexandria, Indiana Phone 4-387S- By David Autti Times-Tribune SportswrHer Coach Dallas Ludlow's Orestes Cyclone cagers, after a nip and tuck first half, rallied for a second half scoring spree to down Ingalls 40-20 Thursday night and notch their fourth victory of the 1956-57 basketball season, in a game played on the losers' court. The Cyclones, after a 13-13 half-time deadlock with the host team nirkeH ud a ootent scoring punch, led by Guard Don Allen, to double the score on their opponents by game's end. Allen, who finished the game with 24 of Orestes' 40 points on 11 fielders and 2 free throws, sniped 5 of his 2-pointcrs in the third period when the Alex wesUidcrs pulled away from In galls following the half-time tic. j Wilson's 7 points were best for los- ing Ingalls. In the evening's preliminary j game, the Orestes "B" team suf-. fered their initial setback of the season losing a 21-18 overtime decision to the Ingalls' seconds. Orestes, currently holds of a 4-1 season mark, with their oniy setback so far this year coming at the hands of Cunningham 51-27, meet Summitville in their next encounter on the Cyclone court, Dec. 6. Summary: ORESTES (40) FG Allen, f. 11 Huggins, f. 2 Kettery, c. 1 Idlewine, c. 0 Harris, g. 0 DeVine, g. 3 Cmlpr a. 1 Totals 1 4 INGALLS (20) FG FT Wilson, f. 2 Dowden, f. 0 McLaugh, f. 1 Lyman, f. 0 Sherman, c. 1 J. Wilson 2 Cassidy, g. 1 Smith, g. 0 Mundt, g. 0 CHICAGO (UP)The 1956 all Big Ten football team: Position, player and school E. Ron Kramer, Michigan T. Bob Hobert, Minnesota G. Al Vdola, Northwestern C. Don Suchy, Iowa G. Jim Parker, Ohio State T. Alex Karras, Iowa E. Frank Gilliam, Iowa B. Ken Ploen, Iowa B. Abe Woodson, Illinois . B. Terry Barr, Michigan B. Mel Dillard, Purdue Second teem E. Lamar Lundy, Purdue T. Joel Jones, Michigan State G. Dan Currie. Michigan State C. John Matsko, Michigan State G. Percy Olwer, Illinois T. Dick Guy, Ohio State E. Brad Bomba, Indiana B. Bob Cox. Minnesota B. Clarence Peaks, Michigan State B. Bab Mc Keiver, Northwestern B. John Herrostein, Michigan Third team E. Tom Maentz. Michigan T. Wayne Fawner, Purdue G. Dick Hill, Michigan C. Dean Maas, Minnesota G. Frank Bloomquist, Iowa T. Dick KJein, Iowa E. Dave Howard, Wisconsin B. Len Dawson, Purdue B. Don Clark, Ohio State B. Jim Roseboro, Ohio State B. Galen Cisco. Ohio tate Honorable mention: Ends, Tony Kolodziej, Michigan State, Jim Hineslv. Michigan State, Rod Han son. Illinois: tackles, Frank You- so, Minnesota, Bill Michael, Ohio State; guards, Dave ' Burkholder, Minnesota, Bob Rasmussen, Minnesota; centers, Mike Rotunno, Michigan, Ted Ringer, Northwestern; backs, Dennis Mendyk, Michigan State, Rich Borstad, Minnesota, Bob Fee, Indiana. Church of God. Lutheran, and BPWORTH Baptist Churches recorded victor-1 Richards ies in Alexandria Sunday School I W. Gooding League play thie week on the Ele-1 Gooding mentary Sfctiool nirdwood. IJanney In the lire am. Church of Rathel God topped Orestes Christian 47- 33, as R. McCurdy and D. MtoCur- Totala 4y with 18 and 10 points each led (he winners. Kode, of Orestes was high man for the losers with 15 markers. In the nifiht's second ame Lu theran captured a double overtime victorv from Joyce Chaipel by a count of 53 51. Wehsollek led the winners on 26 markers and Jack Stevens and Jerry Stevens each contributed 10 point's for the win ners. Reed took Joyce Chapel's scoring honors with 19. In the evening's third game Baptist won a 10-peint decision from Epworth Methodist. Aldndge caeed 21 points to pace the win ners and Rathel topped losing Ep worth by netting 16 points. 4 0 ( 1 2 4 0 1 1 5 1 11 5 16 15 10 40 Summaries: 1st Game CHURCH OF GOD (47) FG FT TP Millspaugh 0 1 Ad aims R. MdCurdy Berlin D. Golden Sinclair REBEKAH LODGE ELECTS OFFICERS Election of officers was the main feature of the Rebckah Lod ge meeting Wednesday evening in the K of P lodge hall. Mrs. Gladys Hawkins, noble grand, was i n eharee Thosp elected were noble grand, Mrs. Pearl Gipe; vice grand, Mrs. Cora Poling; record ina secretary. Mrs. Ethel Peck financial secretary, Mrs. Harriet Foley; treasurer, Miss Audrey Cox; trustee, Mrs. Haiel Ferguson. Initiation for new members will be held at the next meeting, Wednesday, Dec. 5. The complete degree staiSf members have been asked to be present. Initiation will be in formal dress. Epworth WSCS ' Plan Meeting For December Epworth Methodist Ctwrcb WSCS met Wednesday afternoon at the home o Mn. Raymond Horn, W. Jackson St. . . , , Mrs. Jennin! Stinjiria rent-mi thp worshiD program of "U.N. ' A model scale ui uuvu i."- of the U.N. Building and flags of each country were on display. Napkins and placemats in keeping with the theme were used. The next meeting wul be at tne church Sunday, Dec. 30 at 6:30 p.m. with a pdUuck supper. All WSCS members and families will be guests of the M.Y.F. meeting. Mrs. Herman Mianring will be hostess. The business was In charge ol the president, Mrs. Ralph Thurston. Members attending were Mrs. Jennings Sunvma, Mrs. Ralph Thurston, Mrs. Frank Lee, Mrs. Edgar Thurston, Mrs. Lewis Painter, Mrs. John Lucas, Mrs. Siegel Walker, Mrs. Paul DuPouy, Mrs. Ray Lee, Mrs. Raymond Horn, Neal and Rex Summa ana Doug las Painter. Totals ORESTES (33) Harrison Prophet Judd Riley Kode Walker 1 0 2 8 2 18 3 0 6 2 0 4! 3 o el 22 4 47 FG FT TP FT TP 24 4 3 o' 7! 2' 40 TP 7 0 2 0 3 5 2 1 0 i PORTABLE PAJJNrr Outfit com plete with 50 ft Of hose and spray jnin Lik -new fjsed tvptmi- mitely 2 hours, fbone 4-38Q2. LIONEL TRAIN Set, "0" guagc. Extra track, automatic switches, large four train tuansroraaer. Extra cars, brldees and accessor ies. A real bargain. Call Murl Ray, phone 4-3693. LATE MARKETS Hogs 13,000; 25-60 lower; 180-240 lb 15.50-U.75, tome to 16.00; 240-290 lb. 14.7545.50; 12M60 lb. 12.50-14.00. Cattle 450; carves 200; abowt steady; few good steers and he-tiers 17. 0048 JO; Joad good to choice herfers 20.00: vealers steady; good and choice 1950 to 25.00; high choice 28.00. Totals 7 6 20 PISTONS FINALLY WIN AT SYRACUSE 6y UNITED PRESS The Fort Wayne Pistons finally won a game at Syracuse and that, means anything can happen now in the National Basketball Associa-j tion The PiUnn cracked the pro cir cuit's biggest jinx Thursday night when they defeated the Nationals at the War Memorial Auditorium, 92-87. It was the first time Fort Wayne had won at Syracuse in 27 NBA games On March 13. 1948, Fort Wayne beat Svracuse at the old State Fair Ground court in the upper New York state city, but that wns In a National flasikeOball League tfamr before the two clubs Joined the NBA. Fort Wayne plays Boston ana New York meets Philadelphia in a double - header at Philadelphia tonight. Comets Reel Off Fourth Straight fly David Auth Timti-Tribune Sportswriter Coach Lorcn Williams' Cunningham Comet basketfballcrs reeled off their 4th straight win of the 1956-57 cage campaign Thursday night by rolling to a 48-13 triumph over Summitville in a game played on the Comet hardwoodl The easl-side consolidated school huopstcrs, showing a well balanced scoring punch, took a 13-6 first quarter lead and doubled their advantage at halftime 20-10 over the visitors. The Comets then upped Iheir lead to 3243 at the third diiarter rest, and tallied 16 points in the final period while Summitville failed to score in the last quarter. i Center Richard Prough's 14! points paced the evenly balanced Comet scoring attack while Terry! Montgomery and Phil Thurston! each chipped in with 10 points each for Cunningham Summit-villc's bid was led by Coleman, who caged 8 points for the losers. Cunningham's seconds swept to another victory in the preliminary contest, with a 36-15 win over the Summitville "B"s. The Comets, still unbeaten this season, now with a 4-0 record, host Leach in their next scheduled I game, Dec. 6. Summary: CUNNINGHAM (43) Totals 22 9 33 2nd Game LUTHERAN (53) FG FT TP Jerrv Stevens 5 0 10 Jim Stevens 2 3 7 Jack Stevens 4 2 10 Haas 0 0 0 Etichison 0 0 0 Wehsollek 12 2 26 Totals 23 7 53 JOYCE CHAPEL (51) FG FT TP Laws 5 1 11 Brock 0 2 2 Ashlby 1 1 3 ;iff!pr 113 Reed 6 3 19 Townsend 6 1 13 EVER READY CLVB TRAVEL TO ELWOOD FOR MEETING SUMMITVULLE - The Ever Ready Club went to Mangas Cafeteria in Elwood, Wednesday lor a dinner at noon. Following dinner a short busi-1 ness meeting was conducted by j the president, Mrs. Eleanor Mer-, ril and plans were made for the Christmas party, which will be held at the home of Mrs. Glenith Becson on Dec. 19. Election of officers was held with the following elected president, Mrs. Edith Warner; vice president, Mrs. Eleanor Merril and secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Glervnith Becson. T e group then visited the St. Clare Glass Company where they watch-, ed them make their products. Those who went were Mesdame Eleanor Merril, Glenith Becson, Rowena Latter, Mary Watson, Le-tha Montgomery, Lela Stephenson, Barbara Ice and Edith Warner. Totals 21 BAPTIST (50) Aldridge Hand Haron Hess Comipton B asset! Welborn Frix 9 51 FG FT TP 3 2 3 2 0 0 0 4 VISIT AT LAFAYETTE SUMMITVILLE - The Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Gearhart and Mr. and Mrs. Bus Banthcr and son, Jack, attended the Indiana - Purdue football game at Lafayette, Saturday aftprnonn and in the evening at tended the performance of Fred Waring's orchestra and trice uud in the Music Hall at Purdue University. Mrs. Phillips To Give Recital Sunday SUMMITVILLE - Mrs. Phyllis Siberry 'Phillips and Miss Mary Alice Cox will present a recital of piano and vocal numbers next cnnriav a,ftPTOoon. Dec. 2. in the Summitville Methodist Church at I Mr pWUItm has studied voice with George Newton and at Ball State Teachers College at Muncie and was the winner of a vocal scholarship t the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music, where she studied with Wilfred Engleman and Mme. Notima Rkhter. Miss Cox received her Bachelor's and Masters degrees in musk from the American Ceoserva-tnrv nf Music in Chicago, where she studied piano with Kedoipn Renter. She has more recently studied with Mme. Olga Conus at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music Miss (ox is a music teacher in Ihc Muncie City Schools and also a private piano teacher there. The on hour progera.m will b preceded by selections on the Ham mond organ by Robert Cranmet and wiHte.pe4ft-the puto.. Totals 18 14 50 RFAUTIFLIL SEAMLESS NYLON HOSIERY AT MAHONY'S Shoe Store CORRECTION SPOTLIGHT COFFEE Lb. Bag - 87c Price of 25c was incorrect wi Thursday Times-Tribune. KROGER'S Dontlet this happen to you! FG FT TP j Montgomery, f. 5 0 10, Richards, f. 10 2 Kerr, f. 3 0 61 Prough, c 6 2 14 1 Thurston, g. 5 0 10 Paddock, g. 2 e 6 Totals 22 4 48, SUMMITVILLE (13) I FG PT TP Beeson, f. 113 Coleman, f 3 2 B Robinson, c. 0 0 0 Baer, g 0 2 2 Small, g 0 0 0 Totals 4 5 13 P I GAS LINE FREEZING MM I I CAN HAPPEN IN COLO GAS LINE FREEZING CAN HAPPEN IN COLD WEATHER, PREVENT IT WITH DE-ICER now tn STANDARD RED CR0WIU00 (Regular Grade GotoHne) ...AT NO INCREASE IN PRICE RED TOP. RUBBER BOOTS AT MAHONY'S Shoe Store Indiana BatketfeaH Retolti y UNITED PRESS HIGH SCHOOL HuntiingbUTg 40 Evansville Bosse 31 Mishawalca 76 East Chicago Roosevelt B8 East Chicago Washington 53 South Bend Rilev 43 COLLEGE Anderson 88 Indiana Tech 89 Oakland Citv K Franklin 78 ol IVincennes 112 Mount Vernoti, 111. 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