Rushville Republican from Rushville, Indiana on September 4, 1956 · Page 2
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Rushville, Indiana
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Tuesday, September 4, 1956
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Ta ere Two THE RUSHVILLE (INDIANA) REPUBLICAN Tuesday, September 4, 1 just O AQ^ for frfe PHONE Mm O \J DELIVERY IO a.m. — 3 p.m. — Monday Through Saturday Ross SUPER Market “as near as your telephone" PROTECT YOUR MASONRY SURFACES CHEAPLY AND EFFICIENTLY WITH SEALWALL Before you paint your concrete blocks or any masonry surface learn how SEALWALL will give you greatest protection at surprisingly low cost SEALWALL WILL DO THIS MAKES MASONRY WATERTIGHT SEALS LEAKS UNDER PRESSURE LARGE COVERAGE LOW COST EXTERIOR AND INTERIOR WALLS SEALS AND ALSO DECORATES DOES NOT FLAKE OR PEEL AVAILABLE IN COLORS Seal wall Is manufactured in Western Australia and Elyria. Ohio. RUSHVILIE'PH 3916 MAVS'PH.2305 at — The Republican Company double quantity plus sale RYTEX PRINTED STATIONERY for september only Mid PL 200 single sheets IOO envelopes Ij printed with your name and address A beautiful foil covered refillable Secretaire with memorandum paper a 4.90 value for 2.85 Or . . . you may have KH! double sheets, or KH) large fiat sheets, and KH) envelopes PLUS the RYTLX Secretaire. This is the regular fine quality RYTEX Handcraft Vellum that is so copular all year round. It comes in white, blue, or grey with your name and address in script, or block lettering style. Choice of blue or mulberry ink. Order now’ for the “back-to-schoolers” and for Christmas gifts The Republican Co., Printers 219 NORTH PERKINS Personals —Mrs. Della Cremerius and Miss Mildred Slaughter of Orlando, Fla., visited friends in this city over the week end. —Mrs. June Gunning has returned after visiting with her sons and their families in Tupelo, Miss., and Birmingham, Ala. —Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller and James Papageorge of Chicago, were the weekend guests at the Miller home on North Morgan ; Street. t —Mr. and Mrs. .Fred Safewright and daughter, Judith, and Mr. and Mrs. Lon Havens have returned from a vacation trip to New York City and the New England states. —Mr. and Mrs. Art Wehmeyer and children of KendalviUe were Sunday guests of Mrs. Wehmeyer's father, Earl Moore. They also attended open house at the Miller home. —Mrs. Maude M. Clark was the Labor Day weekend guest of her mother, Mrs. Nettie Keller, and Dr. and Mrs! S. D. Wiles at Mooresville. Mrs. Wiles is a sister of Mrs. Clark. Mr. and Mrs Charles Ilathway and sons Craig and Jefferson Roth of Schenectady, N. Y., were the Saturday evening and Sunday guests of Mrs. Hathway’s grandmother, Mrs. Effie L. Guire and her aunts and their husbands, Mr. and Mrs Harry Petry and Mr. and Mrs. W. H Rettenmeier. The Hath- ways are enroute to San Jose, Calif., for future residence. Mr. Hathway, a design engineer, is being transferred by the General Electric Company from Schenectady, N. Y., to their new atomic laboratories in San Jose. 1 Christian Fellowship Will Meet Thursday For Special Program The Women’s Fellowship of the Main Street Christian Church will I meet Thursday, for a special pro' gram at one o’clock, with Mrs. I Rosa Perrigo as mistress of ceremonies. “One Great Fellowship of Love” I will be the theme of a dramatiza- I tion of the organization of the wo- I men’s work in Christian Churches around the world. It will depict some of the actual events of the organization meeting, and chart some of the future of the work. Mrs. Paul Hungerford will be Mrs. Perrigo’s assistant. Others taking part will be Mrs. William Winship as Mrs. Bible Verse, Mrs. Roy Waggener—Mrs. Background, Mrs. Theodore Abercrombie—Mrs. Ideas, Mrs. John Snider — Mrs. B A. Melbourne, Mrs. Donald Alexander— Mrs. World Fellowship. Miss Lois Stoughton will sing “One World” and “No Man is an Island” during the program, and Mrs. M O. Johnston will conduct the devotions. A business meeting of the Fellowship will be held at eleven o’clock, with Mrs Florine Lew ark presiding, and it will be followed by a carry-in luncheon at noon for which Circle One will be the hostesses. The Women’s Fellowship is composed of all the women who are members of the church and many others who are active in the organizations of the congregation. HOSPITAL NEWS RUSH MEMORIAL Admittances: Mrs. Clara T. Bigler, Knightstown; Mrs. Ercel Bever, Carthage; Robert Cameron (Stewart Nursing Home); Mrs. Lanell McCorkle, Carthage; Mr3. Ben Logsdon, 403 North Arthur Street; Mrs. John Ketchum, 1101 West Jennings Street. Dismissals; Donald Small, Mrs. Granville Moore, Mrs. Marion Krammes, Frank Rominger, Mrs Charles Amick, Sr., Mrs. Chester Roberts, Mrs. Landon Herbert (baby in hospital); Mrs. Gene Lin Ville and baby, Cheryl Ann; Mrs. Horace King and baby, Mark; Mrs. Herman Logan and baby, Michael Herman. Births Mr. and Mrs. Clemens Koors, R.R.7, boy, Saturday; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hamilton, Shelbyville, girl, Saturday; Mr. and Mrs Clarence Barrow, 627 West Second Street, girl, Monday; Mr. and Mrs. William Jarman, 617 West Fourth Street, girl, Tuesday. Mrs. Mary K. Retherford has ! received word of the birth of a son, August 27, to her son and wife, S. F. C. and Mrs. Lee Reth- i erford, Jr. at the Fort Ord army j hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Omar McKibben I of Rushville, R. R 2, have received word of the birth of a daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKibben of New Castle The baby was born in the Coleman Hospital in Indianapolis, August 31. Mrs. McKibben was the former Garnet Mattox. Hereford Croup To Offer Prizes At Show, Sale Here The American Hereford Association will make $75 available in premium money to be given to Hereford exhibitors in the tenth annual Southeastern Indiana 4 II Fat Steer Show and Sale September 15, to be held here, according to word received from Andy Duffle, director of junior activities for the association. According to Mr. Duffle’s letter, $25 is to be made available in each of the three weight classes of Hereford steers; namely, lightweight, mediumweight, and heavyweight. The first place exhibitor will receive $5, second S4, third, $3, fourth and fifth, $2.50 each, six, seven and eight, $2 each; and ninth and tenth, $1 each. In addition to these cash prizes, the association will offer a $5 cash premium to the exhibitor of the champion Hereford steer, and $10 special prize to the exhibitor of the grand champion steer of the show, if a Hereford. Marriage License News Items Of Local Interest ☆ Read the Want Ads — They Bring Results ACCEPTS POSITION' Miss Ruth Ann Kroencke of this city has accepted a position with the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company in Indianapolis. Miss Kroencke will be private secretary .to Mr. Stewart, the general agent NEW SCHOOL PHONE A new telephone has been installed in the new portion of the Belle Gregg School, the office of the elementary grade school principal, Kenneth Fields. Persons desiring to contact kindergarten or other children in the school art asked to call the new number 2079. Former Resident Of Richland Is Buried Mrs. Marie Hite Wirt, about 60, died Saturday at her home in Gary. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ora Hite, she was a former resident of Richland Township. However, she had lived for the last 30 years in Gary where she was employed as a commercial teacher in the Gary schools. Her husband, George Wirt, also is a teacher there. In addition to the husband, she is survived by four brothers, Harold Hite of California, Everett Hite of Indianapolis, George Hite of Chicago and Charles Hite of New York. Final services were held in Gary. William McCarty, 21, 203 South Pearl, upholsterer, and Eleanor Bednaiski. 21, Central, R. I.t U S. Army. Clarence Haskett, 29, Muncie, factory foreman, and Donna Mason, 27, Muncie, secretary. Carroll West, 26. Knightstown, ilcvator employe, and Bertie Rollins, 21. Knightstown. Paul Edward Ralstin, 20. Rushville. factory worker, and Esther Baker, 18, Indianapolis, baby sitter. Lawrence Swinington, 21, R. R- 2, Laurel, factory worker, and Mary Kathryn Dunn, 18, Andersonville. A marriage license has been is- 1 sued at Richmond to Mary Lou Smith of Milton, and Thomas A Hensley of Indiana polis. Hospital Auxiliary Mrs. Fannie Barlow’, who has I charge of the Hospital Auxiliary work room, announces the workers on Friday will be ladies from the Main Street Christian Church. Those assisting all day in the work room last Friday from the Rushville community were Bertha I Singleton, Louisa Sample and La- Vaune Kellem. JACKETS FOR SCHOOL OR COLLEGE Use Our Lay-away JIM MILLER The Scoff for Men and Boys 114 W. Second 59 CANADIANS KILLED OTTAWA. HF— Lab. r Day weekend accidents took the lives of at least 59 persons in Canada. Forty two traffic fatalities were reported. Los Angeles Observes MF? 175th Anniversary LOS ANGELES ‘Today is the 175th anniversary of the founding of the City of Los Angeles A Mexicar.-type fiesta v .ll be held tonight at the old plaza, the birthplace of the city At the nearby Union Station, an old fashioned train carrying costumed passengers will arrive in a re-enactment of ihe first train arrival in Los Angeles, Sept. 6, IS"'!. jkOk orjyc NEW FALL WOOL AND ORLON SWEATERS CARDIGAN ANI) SLIPOVER STYLES FOOD STORAGE Introductory Offer! IF YOUR FAMILY has never enjoyed the thrift and benefit of our Cold Storage Locker System, we want TOU to take advantage of this special introductory offer. CUD the coupon below, it is worth $5.00 on a year’s locker rental . . . AT FRIGID LOCKERS on your initial LOCKER RENTAL j Offer Expires October 20, 1956 HURRY—Offer Expires Oct. 20 WE BUTCHER Hogs on Monday Poultry on Thursday Beef on Friday SAVE WITH A LOCKER RUSH COUNTY FRIGID LOCKERS, Inc. For Abstracts of Title See LOUIS LAMBERT 5# Years of Experience. Carbon copies of about half Rush County titles speeds the work. BONDED ABSTRACTOR 2ii H North Main Street Rushville. Indiana MUNCIE, Ind. W — Thomas J. j Turk, 79, president of the Indiana Pressed Steel Co. here, died of a heart attack in his home Monday J night. Sffljuwi SCHOOL’S OPEN Watch for Kiddies Rush Co. Motors, Inc. 111! W. 3rd Phi. 3903 • 3904 £Ly0 Here’s A Farm Mortgage 4^0 • TO PROTECT YOUR HOME • TO HELP YOU MAKE PROGRESS • TO SAVE MONEY, SAVE WORRY 1. Gives a Long Time to Pay Debt. 2. Doesn’t Come Due in a Lump Sum. 3. Has Small Payments in Any One Year. 4. Pay Any or All at Any Time, No Penalty. 5. Low Rate of Interest, Never Goes Higher. 6. Loans for Any Worthwhile Purpose. Rush-Decatur National Farm Loan Ass’n MAKING LAND BANK LOANS I 4ro WM. F. SMITH, Secretary-Treasurer Corner First and Morgan Phone 2°37 4r° this or- Oils? LINE UP WITH BEAR Busard Oldsmobile, inc 2nd at Perkins Phone 2425 REVIVAL -TENT- September 3 thru 15 7:30 P. JVI. NIGHTLY Where?-635 West Tenth Street Rushville, Indiana EVANGELIST Rev. C. E. Wiley Eastern Indiana Associational Missionary Sponsored by—First Southern Missionary Baptist Church of Blooming Grove, Indiana PASTOR—R. B. BAKER. You are not only invited to attend these services, you M are urged to mmiwrr rrflHii DIGGING - DITCHING - ’DOZING WATERUNES JEEP ANO BAC-H0E DIGGINS DITCHES SEPTIC TANKS SEWERS CHARLES CECIL, PHONE 2536 or 3515 want to do-it-yourself? See HOME LUMBER Co. It's great fun to be a "Do It Yourselfer" and it saves many dollars too! Make our store your headquarters for supplies/ help and advice. LUMBER ... PLYWOOD ... PANELING PEGBOARD...CEILING TILE...TILE BOARD PAINT... AND MANY OTHER ITEMS ☆ For Quick Action — Use Our Want Ads ADMINISTRATOR’S SALE OF Personal Property Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the order of the Rush Circuit Court in Probate Cause No. 1768, the undersigned, Admin­ istratrix of the Estate of Mary J. Moore, deceased, will offer for sale at public auction at the late residence of said decedent at 306 West Tenth Street, Rushville, Indiana, on Wednesday, September 12,1956 AT 10:00 A.M. the following described personal property, to-vvit: Household Goods Oak library table: four wall shevles; two floor lamps; dog bookends; six straight back chairs; davenport and chair; odd chairs; coffee table; studio couch; miscellaneous beddings, linens and cooking utensils; two matching bookcases; two pewter pitchers; iron single bed with springs and mattress: corner cupboard; lot of mirrors; secretary; three 9x12 rugs and pads; 9x12 American Oriental rug and pad: small cherry stand; handcarved cherry hutch; Italian bell; iron bed with springs and mattress; three gas heaters; utility cabinet; Crawford electric stove; waffle iron; bacon and egger: three matching small oak stands: dog bed; copper percolator; Sunbeam Mixmaster. complete; aluminum hot platter; GE toaster; Kelvinator refrigerator; 4-quart Presto pressure cooker: two matching amber vases; miscellaneous handtools; cedar chest; red and white Blazing Star quilt; Wheeler & Wilson sewing machine; small mahogany dressing table; mahogany chest; what-not stand with mirror: tapestry upholstered rocker; end table; six cane bottom cherry chairs; cherry storage chest; wicker desk and chair; old safe; brass woodbox; electric fan; wicker bottom child’s chair; miscellaneous garden tools; lawn mower; child's wagon; Speed Queen washer; twin tubs and stands; miscellaneous drapes; porch furniture and rug; numerous other articles. Antiques Coffee grinder; solid walnut washstand: two small kerosene lamps; china doll head; small match box; teapot, dated April, 1817; vinegar bottle; decanter; two goblets; two spoonholders; blue dumpling bowl; glass cake stand; glass bowl; night stand; two sugar buckets; cherry drop-leaf table; two stands; cranberry glass vase; tw?o matching and one odd kerosene lamps, electrified: six odd plates; two wine glasses; two candleholders; two tinted jelly platters; jam jar; rose design teapot; cut glass pitcher; cut glass berry bowl; amber button dish; walnut corner cupboard with glass doors; two handpainted bone dishes; GDA France mayonnaise bowl; brass band dash churn: powder horn; brown marble top chest; ink well; handcarved walnut what-not; Currier & Ives oval picture; two walnut washstands; Japanese imported secretary; child’s spool bed; bench, leather seat; walnut cord bed with springs and mattress; wicker bottom rocker; w’alnut dresser; two stone footwarmers; walnut 4-poster cord bed, complete with pegs and stepstool; spinning wheel, complete; Josiah Reynolds pen etching; glass knife holder; miscellaneous picture frames. CLOCKS Terry clock; Seth Thomas clock in glass ease with black base; dome clock; Seth Thomas clock; Robert Schofield grandfather clock; grandfather clock; Revolutionary War glass dome clock; Ingraham mantel clock; marble mantel clock; Improved 8-day brass clock, handcarved with mirror; Waterbury clock, patented 1857; Wilson spice clock, electrified, very unusual; Ansonia mantel clock; pendulum clock; Regulator clock; handmade clock; other miscellaneous clocks. DISHES Allerton willow’ pitcher; four wine goblets; rose bowl; pedestal dish; strawberry glass goblet; small strawberry glass dish; two blue LaBelle china plates; six blue plates; blue LaBelle china bowl; Charles O’Neal blue plate; large blue meat platter; 13 dut glass tumblers; six glass sherbets; six glass goblets; spoonhold­ ers; toothpick holder; Prussia rose bowl; cut glass and milk glass hobnail decanter; matching handpainted celery dish and bowl; cracker jar; grape pattern Bavarian vase; 12 odd cups and saucers; 12 odd plates; three large platters; handpainted creamer and sugar; complete Haviland oyster set, six plates, six ramkins and tureen; handpainted Vienna teapot; mustard jar, salt and pepper set; Prussia creamer and sugar; Victoria Austria cracker jar; Italian bud vase; glass butter,dish; six matching Haviland plates; three matching Haviland plates; two odd Haviland plates; Bavarian plate; Acorn pattern matching teapot, gravy boat, three plates, large platter and odd pieces; Haviland pickle dish; antique meat platter; antique Alpine bowl and saucer; four Haviland berry dishes; cranberry bowl; rosebud glass pin tray; six matching Haviland breakfast plates; four-piece Peony design English china wash set; covered glass dish; square coveerd glass dish; miscellaneous lot of dishes. The following property belonging to Irl F. W’ard also will be sold at the same time and place; Drop-leaf Duncan Phyfe gateleg table; six Jamestown solid mahogany chairs with red antique velvet upholstered seats. TERMS — CASH Lunch will be served by Rushville BPW Club. Not responsible in case of accident. HELEN K. ROSS, Administratrix Paul J. Harcourt, Ed King, Auctioneers. Donald L. Renegar, William F. Smith, Clerks. -r&M&jzL .Helen K. Ross.^Attprnex. for Admini^ratrix^j^iJiM^

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