Leader-Tribune from Marion, Indiana (2024)

of Red Cross Meeting Changed of directors of the Grant County chapter, American Red Cross, will hold a. meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday in chapter headquarters. Originally the meeting was to be held Tuesday night, but was changed in order to avoid a conflict with Marion Chamber of Commerce industrial recognition dinner. Robert Shields, president, will be in charge of the business sEssion: Purdue Lists: 4 County Students At University Grant -County students enrolled at Purdue University, West fayette, for this semester listed here last night by officials.

The following have been registered for classes ion the campus: Fairmount Sue Hill and Frederic, W. Parrill. Gas City- Raymond La Beers, W. Richards and Walsh. Jonesboro Albert Campbell, J.

Lehman, Alice C. honey, Jerry D. Sear and Mary J. Marion Joan K. Anderson, Robert P.

Andrew Russell L. Gene A A. Atkinson, Kenneth E. Botkin, Rex L. Cassady, old J.

Coleman, Charles C. Robert Cranor, Robert T. Ronald P. De Walt. Allan John E.

Dougherty; Drummond, Goodknight, George R. Hall, da Hodson, Janice Howard, Mary Ann Huff, Carol Ann Jones, Richlard L. Kelly, Robert D. Larowe, Xen E. Lemmon, Gene E.

Maddock, Richard J. Matuska, Carolyn meyer, Robert E. Oliver, Frederick K. Pinkerton, Duanita Reed, Merwyn 0. Reed, James Renbarger, Edwin E.

Richards, William F. Sanderman, Keith Scearce, William L. Seibert, James E. Smith, Robert E. Stirnitzke, iver E.

Stroup, James R. Taylor, Thomas E. Tobin, George Wert, Glen T. Williams, Elizabeth Wilson, Richard L. Winger and Andrew L.

Wyckoff. A Thomas Swayzee D. Jean Crawford, Ann Glessner, James Matchette, John Matchette, Richard L. Powell, Dale E. Simpson, and Donald Simpson.

Sweetser James D. McGraw. Upland Carillon R. Conelley. Van Buren John P.

Lavanchy. Dedication Rites To Be Re-Broadcastl Dedication ceremonies of the Center. Township School last Sunday will be re-broadcast over radio station WMRI today. at $3:30 p.m: Wilbur Young, state. intendent of public instruction, was the special speaker event.

The teachers of the new 'school were introduced and Charles Kilgour, representing Byron A Thornburg post 10, American Legion. presented American Flags to representatives of each of the school's six rooms. dent of schools, introduced Young Fred Ratliff, county, superintenand the invocation and benediction were given by the Rev. Paul Todd. pastor of the Second Friends Church.

Upland UPLAND Officials of the Bidwell Post, American Legion, announced this week that the annual Christmas party for all school children will 'be held at the legion hall Dec. 23 at 7. p.m. A program of entertainment and treats will be presented. The executives Women's Society of the Upland Methodist Church met Monday at the home of Mrs.

Nelle Alspaugh. Mrs. Mabel Jones presided during the business session and Mrs. Eloise Fenstermacker conducted the group in making Those out present quarterly included reports. Thelma a Keller, Iris Abbey, Margaret Pinkerton; Barbara Atkinson, Bonnie Odle, Eloise Fenstermacker, Vivien Freese, Effie Pugh, Mabel Jones, Eloise Brogneaux, Mary Ellen Spencer, Hazel Yoder and Mrs.

Nelle Alspaugh. Christmas Cantata "The Light Celestial," by Edward W. Norman, will be presented, Dec. 13 at the Upland Prof. Paul D.

Keller will direct the choir. A solo from the "Messiah," will be presented by Virginia Ruth Bunner. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Benedict have returned home from Birmingham, where they visited Mr.

and Mrs. Charles Perry and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Leisman, Bellevue, visited recently their daughter and son-in-law, Mr.

and Mrs. James Alspaugh. Recent dinner guests of and Mrs. V. E.

Conelley were Mr. and Mrs. Thenard Torgeson and daughters, Sweetser; Miss Joan Durkin, Gary; John South Whitley; Kathryn Conelley, Ball State Teachers College; Carillon Conelley, Purdue University; and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Pugh and son, Richard, Covington.

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. and daughter, Logansport, visited Thursday with Mr.

and Mrs. Jesse Atkinson and family. The WSCS of the Upland Methodist. Church will have its Christmas meeting in the fellowship room of the church at 7:30 p.m. Dec.

9. Mrs. Josephine Miller will be program chairman. The cornmittee includes Vivien Freese, bel Nelle Alspaugh, Eva Mae Miller, Josephine Miller and Virginia Ruth Bunner. DEATH REPORTED Mr.

and Mrs. Fred Hartwell, 514 S. Boots last night were advised of the death of Mrs. E. S.

Klaser, Evansville. Her death occurred Friday. Mrs. Klasser was the manager of the People's Credit Store in Marion at one time. HEART ATTACK VINCENNES, Ind.

UP -Coroner William Keezer said Saturday a heart attack suffered while on hunting, trip Lawrence Friday, Stevens, caused 73, the retired Oaktown banker. a -L -10p to -44 4 Joan Davis Says TV Is Like Final Exams NEW YORK UP Television to Joan Davis is like being back in sehool: "with final examinations every "I've become a crammer," says the comedienne, explaining that she waits as late as possible to start learning her script, then concentrates like mad. "'It's for me," she said on. a recent, trip east from Holly: wood. I could take 2 dialogue pill." She starts on Wednesday, night studying the 50 dialogue for the weekly halt hour film that is shot on Friday.

But the cramming method has its compensation, she adds, "because once I do a scene and they okay it for printing, I couldn't repeat the lines to save my neck. "It's just as well, because I'd hate to be carrying 52 scripts around in 'my head." One thing Miss Davis likes about TV in comparison with radio, on which she was a star for years. In radio, although she was not seen, she played an ugly duckling role. In. "I married Joan' on NBC-TV as the wife of a judge she does not have to wear comic makeups or costumes, depending on her acting for the comedy.

Miss Davis, who agrees that life begins at 40 and says she began last year, is attractive on the TV screen and even more so in person, with a velvety complexion and fine textured hair that aren't done full justice by the camera, But she has no plans leading lady dramatic roles, having abandoned them, at the ripe age of three in her native St. Paul, Minn. She entered an at amateur acting contest with dreams being another Sarah Bernhardt but the audience laughed at her instead of with her. A week later. she was back with a comedy routine, and was the hit of the show.

a But it was not until age seven that "Miss Davis made her. real debut in the, entertainment world, touring the pantages circuit under the billing "Toy Comedienne: Later, after high school in St. Paul, she spent years in vaudeville in which she reached the mecca of the field New York's Palace Theater. From there "she went to Hollywood and into the movies, and in 1941 started a radio career that made her the, highest paid comedienne on the air. Miss Davis was active in the movies until a couple of years ago and had to buy back her film contract from Columbia Pictures to launch her new TV.

show last She is anxious to see how her viewers react to the addition to the cast of her daughter, Beverly, in the role of her sister. She is of the opinion the public will accept the idea. In fact Miss Davis, now single, finds the public acceptance of her TV role as wife of Jim Backus a bit embarrassing at times, as does he. Many viewers think they're really married. Hoosiers Mark Prohibition Repeal On Anniversary, INDIANAPOLIS (INS) -Hoosier wetbacks hoisted a stein today in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the repeal of prohibition.

The: Licensed Beverage Industries, said that during the years since repeal, the state has reaped $224,898,099 in additional public revenue from alcoholic beverages. Indiana's delegation voted 246 to 83 to legalize the sale and distribution of liquor within the state borders on. June 26, 1933: At precisely 5:32 p.m. Dec. 5, 1933, Utah became the 36th state to ratify the 21st amendment to the federal Constitution (which, repealed the 18th amendment.

Indiana's delegate convention voted on the basis of popular vote for repeal of 554,129 to repeal dot liquor bans, Hoosiers were 'able to buy 3.2 beer by virtue of an enabling act passed by Congress in March of 1933. "Elks Memorial Rites Set Today The Benevolent land Protective Order of Elks, Marion lodge No. 195, will hold its annual memorial services at 2 p.m. today, lodge officials announced. Joseph P.

Murphy, past district deputy grand exalted ruler, will give the memorial address, and special music will be presented by the Marion Male Chorus. Members of the lodge, who have died since the last memorial session include Charles L. Sullivan, Earl C. Bainbridge, William D. Sheppard, Paul Shinholt, Rimer Davis, Thomas D.

Boyles, George M. Coon, A. C. Alexander, F. Sherlock, William Price and Burl B.

Hoke. Arthur Bender is exalted, ruler of the local lodge. NO PROFIT PENDLETON, Ind. (P William Clarkson, director of the State Department of Public Works and Supply, said Saturday that because its operation is unprofitable the 50- year-old woolen mill at the Indiana Reformatory may be closed and the space taken over by the institution's furniture factory. The mill lost $36,000 last year, Clarkson said.

REACH AGREEMENT CHICAGO (INS) The government has reached an agreement for settlement of its income-tax claim against retired. Chicago police Capt. Thomas J. Duffy. George T.

Donoghue. attorney for the Internal Revenue Service, said the government will accept $15,000 plus interest and a negligence penalty. 8. industry has the capacity to produce synthetic tibers in one year equivalent to': 4.3 million bales of cotton. WEATHER Indiana: Rain, windy and mild Sunday, but turning colder west portion in afternoon.

High. 54-60. Upper Michigan: Snow continuing Sunday and becoming mixed with rain in east. Somewhat warmer east. Snow accumulation inches likely west by Sunday evening.

Illinois: Cloudy Sunday with gradually ending and turning colder; High 44-51. north 54-60 south, falling during the afternoon. Iowa: Rain or snow east. chang. ing to snow early Sunday.

Snow west. Sunday morning. Becoming partly cloudy lover. the state Sunday afternoon. Snow tions 2-5 inches west and north Colder south and east.

High: 32-36. Wisconsin: Snow northwest and rain changing flurries in I south and east Sunday, Snow. ac cumulations 4-8 inches, mostly, in northwest Sunday evening. Turning colder. south and cast.

high northwest 34-41 south and Minnesota: Snow Sunday. Accumulations up to 3-6 inches likely southeast and east with light snow remainder of the state. Not so cold. west. High 20-25 north 25-30 south.

Nebraska: Snow diminishing and ending Sunday afternoon. Moderate. strong northerly winds through Sunday with some drifting portion. Partly cloudy Sunday night and in west portion Sunday. Diminishing winds Sunday night.

Colder extreme southeast 30s. Sunday, High generally in lower South: Dakota: Mostly cloudy Sunday and Sunday night with scattered snows, Little temperafure change. High 28-38. North Dakota: Mostly cloudy Sunday Sunday night with scattered snows. Not so cold Sunday.

High 2 25 east 35 west. Missouri: Cloudy and windy Sunday. with showers and thunderstorms and rain north becoming mixed with snow northwest Sunday, morning. Precipitation ending over state by afternoon Decreasing cloudiness and diminishing winds Sunday night. Colder.

High 30s extreme northwest to 50s extreme southeast." THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By The Associated Press High Low Chicago, cloudy 51 32 Cincinnati, cloudy 58 34 Cleyeland, cloudy 51 34 Detroit, cloudy. 43. 35 Indianapolis, cloudy 58 31 Memphis, rain 64 42 Milwaukee, cloudy' 28 S. Ste. Marie, cloudy 31 28 Des Moines, rain.

44 27 Dubuque, rain 43 25 Fargo, cloudy 21 Kansas City, cloudy 54 47 Paul, snow 25 15 Omaha. snow 52 32 Rapid City, 41- 22 Sioux City, clear 33 23 Williston, 36- 18 Atlanta, cloudy 68 41 clear 56 46 Miami, cloudy 77 67 York, clear 59. 53 Washington, clear 62 48 Fort Worth, clear. 70 51 New Orleans, cloudy 75 57 Denver, clear 35 23 Phoenix, clear 56, 35 Los Angeles, clear 67 45 San Francisco, cloudy 57 39 Seattle, Train 48 43. Winnipeg, cloudy 4.

18 5 James Burelison Rites Are. Planned For Monday James Leotis Burelison, 82, died at his residence at W. Second St. at 12:15 a.m. Saturday after an illness of about two years.

Born in Winchester, Mr. Burelison had lived in Marion for 3 the past five years. The body was taken to 2722 S. Washington where friends may call after noon today, and where services will be conducted by the Rev. Ernest pastor of the Maxville Church, at 10 a.m.

Monday. The body will be taken to the Maxville Church where services will be conducted at 2 p.m., with burial in the Woodlawn Cemetery: at Maxville. Mr. Burelison is survived by the widow. Marie: daughters, Mrs.

Opal Abrams and Mrs. Lucille Nicholson, both of Fairmount, Pauline Jane Burelison, at home; five sons Virgil (Jack) Churubusco; Leroy, Selma; Gerald and Irvin, both of Fort Wayne; and Paul, at home; sisters, Mrs. Ida and Mrs. BerJessip, both of Muncie: one brother, Melvin Burelison, Richmond; 15 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Colored Notes Mr.

and Mrs. Faustin A. Wilson, 2718 S. Adams announce the engagement of their daughter, Priscilla, to V. Henry Warrick, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Joseph Henry Warrick, Pa. Miss Wilson has served as secretary of the Marion Urban League Public Education Department, Chicago, and is now secretary at the Michigan Boulevard Garden Apartments, Mr. Warrick was graduated from Howard University, D. and present chief engineer at the Michigan Boulevard Garden Apartments.

No date has" been set for the wedding. Mrs. Orion Fouce will be hostess to the Maple Leaf Embroidery Club at 7:30 m. at her home on W. Seventh Street.

Wilson Lodge No.412 and AM the 1 Masonic Hall. will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday at Chapter No. 35 Order on of Eastern Star will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Masonic' Hall Fraternal Day program announced for today at Bethel has been postponed.

Russell Weaver Post No. 166 American: Legion Auxiliary will hold its regular monthly meeting at 8 p.m. Monday. Florence Greer Missionary Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the home of Mrs.

Charles' Bowlds, W. 34th Street. A Junior Missionary Society of Calvary Baptist Church will meet at 7 p.m: Tuesday at the home of Misses Carolyn and Juette Jackson, S. Felton St. The Starlight Band will meet at 2 p.m.

Saturday at the home of Mrs: Alice Hall, 3407 S. Nebraska St. A fish fry and chili social will be held at 7:30 p.m. Friday MARRIAGE LICENSES ANNOUNCEMENTS AUTOMOBILES Marion, Indiana, Chronicle-Tribune Dec. 6, 1953 29 William A.4 Stark, 1928, Converse and Marie Warner, 1926, Converse.

Personal Automobiles for Sales EMPLOYMENT FARMERS: COLUMN Joseph Barker, 1922 Koko CONTINUOUS Rummage. Sew- 1910-Buick super, good, Make me mc and Mary Earlywine, 1918 Ko- ing. 8 to 4. 502 N. Wash: an offer.

1811 Wanted- -Male Cats, Other Pets kemo. SANTA" CLAUS Suits. for rent. S. Meridian.

a co*ckER- AKC register; Hubert Verlin Berrington, 1930. FOR SALE Or trade. 30 model SALESMAN ed. Phone 6170-R Bunker Hill and Jean 1306 W. Nelson Phone 5387-M Ford, 1949.

Chevrolet: 71511 A BABY PARAKEET Or a raScarles, 1935, La Fontaine. -Taxi service, radio Jeffras Ave. Great Opportunity dio trained canary warbler Edward S. Walden 1925, Mar equipped, SOUTH call MARION CAB Auto Trucks for Sale: 12 For Right: Man makes a lasting gift. ion and Lena M.

Herring, 1930 PERSHING GARDEN STORE Marion. Phone 713 or 5833 1948 JEEP ton pickup. Have security and future for your- 105 East 5th Sta DEATH RETURNS Now owned and operated by Kenny Extra good in every wars $100. self in Marion. Ross.

a Phi 3310-W. we Livestock a BURELISON, James L. West Lost. Strayed or Stolen 1951 DODGE, Ton pickup PLUS. 2 HEAVY Milking Holstein cows; 2nd.

Owen Mortuary. ALMA truck, drive, in perfect con- 5 bead 350-450 Black Angus heifSHARON-Rev. Fred Al Colum- Would, deeply dition, low mileage, looks and LARGE EARNING POWER ers; 1 roan Shorthorn bull, 16 mo. bia. Missouri.

Raven Funeral appreciate return of contents of runs like new. old: 10 head open Hamp. gilts; Home, in her purse taken from shop BARKER McCLAIN For appointment call 8053 9-12 noon 1 OIC boar; 1' young Hamp. boar: Spencer Hotel. Money, ap 16th Washington feed sales- 320 E.

South Gas City. Phone ANNCUNCEMENTS parently needed, may be kept. Tires, Parts -13 WANTED -Experienced Gas City 82561. Card of Thanks LOST 36th Sat. 37th.

p.m., S. Wash. Auto Accessories, used tires. 216 E. So.

feed: by manufacturer, Nationally Established advertised 3 Duroc male bogs, choice. E. We would like between Reward. Northeastern Indiana territory. 38th C.

O. Railroad. Reed! and neighbors appreciation who were such LOST- Light tan purse. Saturday SKID CHAINS REPAIR LINKS opportunity and advancement tori from farm, 1 mite south Hanexpress a to friends to Power, 3701 S. Wash.

Gas City Phone 8-3781. Salary, expenses, bonus. Good 63 EXTRA NICE Pigs, fresh comfort to us in our time of afternoon on So. bus: SPENCER 4309-W 17th a man, who is willing to work field. Phone a SALVAGE Service.

Phone 4886-W. Phone and Bysorrow. LOST Cross cut saw between AUTO ACCESSORIES Give. age, experience, education 2-Corn-fed Hereford steers: 1 HolE Russell Lehman Family. Prestone Trek Anti-Freeze Ther- and qualifications in first letters stein and: Guernsey heifer LAHMON I wish to express my 2nd St.

and City dump, Heaters, Write Vitality 426 E. calves, 7 months old. 5591-4. thanks and appreciation "to all LOST- Phone -Black 5185-J and tan, beagle be- mostats. Defrosters Hose, Heater Heater Hose, Parts Louisiana Indianapolis, Ind.

350, Herford calves; Northwestmy friends and neighbors for tween Marion and Fairmount. Shock Absorbers. WANTED-2 or 3 -neat appearing ern steer and heifer calves weightheir kindness and the beautiful Reward. Phone 5232-W. G.

BABER MOTOR SUPPLY young men to learn heating en- ing 350 to 475 lbs. Top quality, floral offerings received during LOST--Black and white fan-tailed 117 W. 4th. Opp. Lyric Theater gineering trade.

Phone 1644 for priced right. Thorne. the illness of my beloved thus- miles north of Marion on state band, Roy Lahmon. Also thanks spitz. reward.

Answers to Phone name Gas of Skip- City Repairing, Service Stations 16 roads 9. 37. to Marion General Hospital, Dr. per, 82492. COMPLETE Salesman Wanted 33A 20 HEAD Holstein heifers, bred Baskett and Aldeter, Rev.

MECHANICAL SERVICE and AGENTS WANTED: To sell for spring freshening, 8 springer Milo Bowsman, Swift and Jay, LOST- Plastic rimmed glasses in BODY WORK, ALL MAKES CARS Vacu-Matic Gas Savers. Big pro- cows, some just ready. Will deand the. singers. downtown section, Monday.

a.m. WITH EXPERT MECHANICS fits for right men. Earl Cropper, liver. Asbury Summers. Top of Mrs.

Roy: Lahmon Reward. Phone 4786J. FAST SERVICE 212 So, 1st St. Gas City evenings. Red Bridge Hill.

Converse phone and Mrs. Paul Bankson AUTOMOBILES 309 3rd. NOTTINGHAM OLDSMOBILE Phone. 1328 RAWLEIGH Dealer wanted at 2. MILK COWS 2, heifers.

once. Good opportunity; write at Phone 3589-2. In Memoriam Automobiles for Sale EXPERT MECHANICAL SERVICE In loving memory of husband and On All Make Cars and Trucks once. Rawleigh's, Dept. INL-312- YORKSHIRE-Male, hog, 16 mo.

father, Ralph E. Swain, who FOR QUALITY USED CARS We Use Genuine Factory Parts 105, Freeport, Ill. Spencer, 2 mi: W. mi. N.

passed away 2 years ago Dec. SEE QUICK SERVICE LOCAL Firm has opening for Junction 13 35. 6,: 1951. LM MOTOR SALES CENTRAL CHEVROLET, Inc. energetic, ambitious man who BULLS Delivered for service.

night PENNINGTON'S "ALL THIS AND MORE duct. We will train you, and FOR SALE AT CAMDEN With aching heart, night after Second Wash. Phone 1600 221. W. Second St.

Phone 1081 can sell a nationally known pro- Hodge. Ph. 3647-2 or We sat with him until morning Standard Service Wrecking Towing Service give -sales help in closing sales.1435 choice Montana steer and heife light, 31st Wash. Phone 3089 Bumping and Retouching This is an excellent opportunity er calves 400 lb. And tried to soothe his pain away.

1941 PLYMOUTH-Deluxe, radio, Complete Paint Jobs for a real salesman. Men with WERTHEIMER Cattle But all our efforts were in vain heater, $100. Ph. 6170J before Engine and Transmission Work training in the field of insurance Phone Camden 401 And when we sit and think of him, p.m. or appliance sales or who have Our hearts are filled with pain.

1952 WILLYS-2 door. HOWARD Of All Kinds been route men will find this 1 Farming Implements 48.A Our home 'could be like Heaven 1950 FORD Pickup Phone 4808 AUTO Eighth and SERVICE Admas experience an advantage. TellUSED. Tractor spreaders Could we hear his voice again. 1949 STUDEBAKER-Convertible.

us 'about yourself in your first USED: Ford loader Sadly missed by his Willa; 1948 STUDEBAKER-4 door. EXPERT Service -Body on and Make Mechanical letter. We will call you for ap- NEW IDEA Spreaders Sons, Howard, John and Richard: 1948 CHEVOLET-2 door, All Cars pointment. Write Chronicle Box MANURE Loaders all tractors Daughters, Juanita and Renabelle Modern Farm Equipment J. MATTHEWS, Inc: 316 W.

3rd 439. and discs Funeral Directors Willy's pendable young men, who are REFRIGERATORS Xmas Sale 5 Sales--Service Buick Service. Parts Accessories. WANTED, INTERVIEW 3 de- FREEZERS-7-12-16-20 ft. RAVEN FUNERAL HOME ByPass 9 at 26th St.

Ph. 5671 BUSINESS SERVICE desirous of selling automobiles. TOYS Wheel and miniature "The HOME for Services' 1951 DESOTO Hardtop. New Business Service Offered 18 Experience unnecessary but KREIGBAUM FARM EQUIP. 911 S.

Washington Phone 1480 tires, 2-tone paint: Phone 3767-R. helpful, we train you. For ap- 229 W. 2nd Phone 1396 SHAWLEY MEMORIAL CHAPEL 1951 extras. BUICK Will consider Riviera.

older All car the distance, Phone 4337-MX. pointment. Phone 799, ask for 3-1000. BU. Butler or Marten LIGHT HAULING Local, long 2901 S.

Washington Phone 120 in Phone 3558-2X. TREE CUTTING A Wood for sale, December. Established in 1888 Erle. bins 20 per cent Discount Worthy of a Sacred Trust PHONE 1164 erty make insurance. Liability Lanter.

land Ph. prop: Help--Male DAILY. Female SELL LU- AMBOY GRAIN CO. DIGGS FUNERAL Service, Inc. 1953 CHEVROLET 210 series, 1556.

Amboy, Indiana 0 504 W. Third St. Phone 169 black, new. CHEVROLET 210 CARPENTERY Remodeling, MINOUS REEVES NAME PLATES. ATTLEBORO, WRITE DISSTON CHAIN -F 1953 series, plumbing, cement work.

Ph.4943R New low prices, $249.75. Terms SAWS Serving As We Would Be Served OWEN MORTUARY blue, new. HAULING Ashes, dirt, FREE SAMPLE AND OUTBOARD HAVEN 9th 2722 S. Washington Phone 1877 1953 CHEVROLET 4 door, 210 gravel, stone; dump truck. DETAILS." NEEDHAM AND SON paint, series, low radio, mileage.

heater, 2 tone PHONE REPAIRT 5608-W Situations Wanted--Male 37 CLEARANCE SALE We Appreciate Your Confidence W. 1952 BUICK- dynaflow, WE ALL MAKES MARRIED--Man desires part time Lightning Rod Kits. 3, only 814. S. Adams St.

Phone 1552-W. radio, heater, extra nice. job mornings. Ph. 296R.

Reg. $51.50 Now $35.00 Cemetery Lots 6 1952 CHEVROLET-2 door Deluxe, Let a Singer SEWING expert MACHINES tune up. your FINANCIAL Pig Brooder beating unit, Now 3, only. $1.95 Monuments and MARKERS MONUMENTS extra nice. sewing machine.

Reasonable, Reg. $3.95: We Give Holden Red Stamps 1952 CHRYSLER New Yorker, charges. Estimates furnished in Opportunities 38 Hog Waterer, with heat lamp BRANDON MONUMENT CO. power steering, radio, heater. advance.

Call your ATTENTION 4 only 45th Harmon Phone 3008 1951 PLYMOUTH 4 door. Real SINGER SEWING MCHE. CO. $13.95 Now $10.95 sharp. 412 S.

Washington Phone 372 FRANCHISE AVAILABLE Reg. Sides $75.00 for flat bed, Now pert $60.00 set. 16" Personal 1951 FORD Tudor Custom 8. WILE CARE For children in Sharp. SLATE AND METAL ROOF my home.

Phone. 4239-W. 1951 STUDEBAKER Starlite ACME Guttering, Furnace Cleaning Would you like to have a small SEARS FARM STORE NEW Plaque shop, paints and coupe: Special $795. SHEET METAL WORKS profitable business that you can brushes. 1741.

W. 10th St. 1950 LINCOLN Radio, heater, COMPLETE Vacuum Cleaners time, out of your own home? Farm Loans Free Appraisals 112 W. 6th Phone 2900 operate. yourself, full or part Wanted -Day work or baby sitting.

hydramatic. Extra nice. Parts and Repair Service C. L. Carter, Ph.

2959. 1643 W. 9th Phone. 4758-M. 1950 FORD 6 cylinder, Special EMMONS It so, and you have $1,200 to in- ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES AND CROCHET Stole -orders taken.

$695, 3101 S. St. Phone vest, then answer this ad, giving WHEEL TOYS FOR CHRISTMAS NOTICE will not be respons- line. Nice. SWEEPER Broke? Call Us.

first letter, sales experience, etc. USED 1950 WD: Allis Chalmers Phone 4694.1 1948-CHEVROLET 2 door Fleet- full particulars of yourself in USED 12 and 14 inch, plows. ible for any debts contracted by 1949 OLDS 98 A door, nice. KARNES SWEEPER CO. Tractor.

anyone other than myself on 1950 BUICK Rough $695. 38th and. Wash, Phone 1772 factory representative will meet USED 1950 JD Tractor. or after this date, Dec. 7, 1953.

1946 CHRYSLER 4 door. HAULING all kinds, "You you personally, and give you full USED 1950 Ford Tractor JAMES J. GLOVER 1950 STUDEBAKER ton pick- it. We'll haul it." details. Zeron-Zerex-Prestone Antifreeze STEAM BATHS and Massage.

up truck. Special $595. name Fairmont 300-R. Ph. SCHAUMLEFFEL IMP.

Co. EARL MICKEL, Masseur ALSO-25' flat bottom Trailer. 9 X12 DOMESTIC RUG -Cleaned. This is: a FRANCHISE deal, 816 N. Baldwin 212 W.

20th Sta- Phone 444 BELLS USED CARS $4.95. Value protecting you, and the invest- 1951 PFORD ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 30th and Washington St. We Give. Holden Special $3.95 ment is for your stock of mer- JOHN DEERE P. O.

Box 721 Marion 1952 NASH Statesman, 4-door, BROWN TRUEBLOOD, Stamps Inc. chandise only. Answer to Chron- R. Minneapolis Moline THESE ARE the winning names Super. TREE TRIMMING--And icle Box 446.

MODERN 'FARM EQUIP. in the formal reopening of 1950 NASH Ambassador 4-door. repair flues, removal, WABASH Restaurant doing ex- By. Pass and 26th St. Phone 5671 FASHION CLEANERS: Hydramatic.

insurance. Ph. 3607-1 cellent business. Real buy at FORD And Ferguson Tractor Mrs. Charles Biscomb, John Cope- 1950 FORD Custom Deluxe Tu- RE pairing And re- $3,500.

Cover heaters. each. land, E. Melton, Ray Benjaman dor. KILEY SALES SERVICE MARION of furniture.

UPHOLSTERING 3122 CO. HAMBURGER STAND -Best loca- BM-CA Co: 134 E. Main. Gas City. Walton Ball, Grace Carling- Boots St.

at River Phone 5435 tion downtown. Real spot. Pric- 1949 FARMALL D. tractor ton, Michael Huffaker, -A. C.

HAULING All kinds; free esti- ed for quick USED Farmall M. tractors, 1941 McLain, Walter Sloderbeck, Bob 1949 MERCURY- -Excellent condi- mates, Phone 4456-W. BARTON BARTON and up A Hautem. tion, new paint. Phone '6114-J: SEWING -Machines and repairs.

304 Glass Block Phone 338 USED-Farmall H. 1942 3:30 BABYSitting p.m. jobs experienced, wanted referenc- after 1951 side- walls, PLYMOUTH-2 clean, very door, cheap. white SEWER Trevor Lutz CLOGGED 205 N. -Cleaned FISt.

with LOCAL chase PARTY established Desires business to pur- or USED and "Parmall F-20 tractor with es. 2512 S. Washington. Phone 433-M. 1017 S.

Jackson modern -Rooter equipment will buy into as a working part- starter and lights. HANDMADE -Pillow cases; quilt YOUR I WILL BUY MODEL SEPTIC TANKS Cesspools. ner. Write Chronicle Box 445. USED-14" and 16" plows.

tops. Ph. 450. 2921 Home Ave: LATE CAR cleaned with pump. RESPONSIBLE PERSON USED -Disc harrows.

WILL Care for 2 children in YORK AUTO SALES BEEKMAN ROTO-ROOTER male or female from this. area, 'ARMSTRONG FARM EQUIP. my home during Christmas rush. I YOUR PRICE 1525 W. 5th Phone 1203 wanted to service and collect Phone 150 Swayzee, Ind.

downtown' vicinity. Phone 6239-R IS MY PRICE PUMP sewer lines Septic tanks and clean from automatic vendine, machinbetween 8-11 a.m. 1953 NASH Ambassador with electric sewer es. No selling. essential.

Farm Loans 41-; Free Appraisals THE BEST 1951 FORD Tudor machine. Phone C. McCormick Car. references, and $600 work- C.L. Carter.

Ph. 2959. 1643 W. 9th. GROCERIES AND MEATS 1952 NASH Rambler Gas City 5801.

ing capital necessary. to 12 FARM SPECIALS BOB WILSON Opp. O. 1951 HENRY SEPTIC TANKS Cesspools, toilet hours weekly to $400 Electric Poultry Fount is gallon New Students Accepted For 1951 1949 NASH FORD Club. Statesman vaults, lines.

Basem*nt vacuum cleaned sewer monthly. Possibility full time capacity, automatic Christmas Dance Courses 1948 OLDS drains, cleaned work. -For local interview give Reg! $10.95 Hold Special $7.88 Phone 779 HUDSON Sedanette with electric, cutting knives. full particulars, phone. Write Galvanized Feeder-4 8 ZINA GLAD DANCE STUDIO 1948 Club.

4415-W P. O. Box 521, Minneapolis 1 door, on skids HAND KNIT All wool stoles 1948 CHEVROLET door SEWER CLEANERS Minn. Reg. $52.50 Special $46.88 $8.50.

Order now. Phone 23700. 1947 BAKER Heating, Plumbing. Roofing .22 MUST SELL- Ten Kiddie-Horse- Galvanized Hog Feeder-6 foot, 12 HOLIDAY SPECIAL 1947 BUICK 4 door HARTMAN'S Rides. Will, sacrifice for cash.

door. on skids Thrifty" Beauty Shop. Creme Cold 1946 FORD Tudor Plumbing and Heating. Ph. 104 Write Chronicle Box 440.

Reg. $66.50 Special $57.88 waves complete $3 and up. BUICK We help 4 finance door 24 Hour Call Service. Mall chain saws: at new low prices Room 209 Iroquois Bldg. Ph.

119 MORRIS AUTO SALES FREE ESTIMATES COLUMN MONTGOMERY No. Side WARD square FARMERS' Phone 3395 409 3rd (across from new YMCA) Roofing Siding Tile Flooring Dogs, Cats, Other Pets 47 1 USED TRACTORS Taylor A Cappella Choir To Present Messiah Phone: 5151 STATE ROOFING CO. --115 E. 6th HUNTERS TRAPPERS Ferguson CHRISTMAS TREES BE A Laundering 24 Will be in the market to buy John Deeres YORK'S AUTO SALES WASHINGS fluff dried. your furs and hides? Samuel Internationals UPLAND Students in the Tay- Between 2nd 3rd on By-Pass Satisfaction guaranteed.

1804 Swan; Chalmers lor University A Cappella Choir and SEE THESE Adams. Phone 3131R Open every day till 8. p.m. Massey, Harris Choral Society will present BEFORE YOU BUY! 2 miles south of Converse on 513. Used Plows and Spreaders.

del's at 8. p.m. Wednes- 1950 PLYMOUTH 4-door. Clean. EMPLOYMENT CANARY Singers $5, hens $1, Anti-Freeze gal.

in your day in Shreiner Auditorium. 1947 BUICK 4-door. Wanted- also cages. Phone 3381-M. container.

Appearing as soloists will be 1947 PLYMOUTH 2-door. Help -Female 32 STAFFORDSHIRE Terries reg- FARMERS IMP. CO. Paul Cooley and Ray Adams, ten- 1947 STUDEBAKER 4-door. WANTED Woman port girl for istered puppies in AKC and 325 N.

Adams St. Phone 895 ors; Miriam Mrs. Edythe Pearson and 1941 BUICK Club. laundry or children, 1 in ed Kennels. gifts.

Make children. ideal 6081 Christ- Grain 1947 HUDSON 4-door. housekeeping 4 mornings a week, mas for So. BALED 48B Watkins, contralto, and sopranos; Prof. Pear: 1941 NASH 2-door.

Clean. family 627, W. 2nd St. McClure: Phone 2598-WX even- Clover hay, straw deliv Hogle, Ruth son, baritone? 1940 BUICK. Clean.

WANTED Lady. over 21 to work ings on weekends. ered. Phone 1156. Eugene Pearson will be in 1940 DESOTO.

Bargain, in kitchen. Light work. 877 No. co*ckER SPANIEL No RED Clover and mixed hay. charge of the presentation.

1946 DIAMOND T. ton Truck. Meridian. Sunday sales. 912 Lincoln Blvd.

Phone 5471-2. Grain bed. At a bargain. WOMEN make money at home, PUPPIES AKC Scotties, Wires, BALED -Mixed hay and straw. the home of Mr.

and Mrs. Willie ROSS USED CARS spare time. Sew ready RAP. Dahhshunds, Chows, Fox Ter- 3 mi: S. Fairmount on SummitEvans, 1432 W.

Seventh for 35th Adams Phone 2233 A ROUND. Easy, profitable. tiers, co*cker Spaniels, also book- ville Rd. Darrell Vetor! the benefit of St. Paul Baptist FOR CAR BARGAINS SEE Hollywood Mfg.

Hollywood ing orders for Christmas. SEE US. FOR Church. HOLLINGSWORTH 46 Calif. JACKS KENNELS Junction: 15-115 Baled Hay: and Straw Mrs.

Cory 0. Cobb has been USED CAR LOT I Northwest of Wabash, Ind. Ideal Laying Ration, Scratch Feed, returned to her home, 1844 S. 3rd Nebraska Phone 2794 WANTED BOXERS 1 proven bitch, sired Oats, Corn and Wheat. Branson from Robert Long Hos- FAIRMOUNT MOTOR SALES Office, girl with bookkeeping by Champion: Canyonair's (Hick- THOMAS MILLING CO.

pital, Indianapolis. DODGE PLYMOUTH DEALER experience: Apply in person. pry Dick. 1 breed bitch; also 2 1203 1S. Branson Marion A.

program will be pre- Welcomes you when shopping for L. M. MOTORS I champion breed puppies, 1 male, Miscellaneous 48C sented Calvary at Baptist 7:30 p.m.. Church Dec. under 13 the at new or FAIRMOUNT used cars.

MOTOR SALES female. Can be seen sit 910 So. COMPLETE sponsorship of the Florence Greer TRADE AT come SEVERAL an Avon Women representative needed. Be- and Branson ment, including electric hoist, Slaughtering equip Missionary Society. DON MARSHALL AUTO SALES add $30 to: $40 to the family in- $5 SIAMESE deposit will Kittens, hold ready for Dec.

20. tric scalding saw vat, smoke house, elecHousehold of Ruth No. 534 will 3212 S. Adams St. Phone 1954 come by working half days.

We mas. Mrs. Christ- and motor, lard kettle, meet at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the GEO. RAMP USED CARS you by color film.

Write James Ebbinghouse, meat block, 4' sausage grinder IOOF Hall. "Every Deal A Square Deal" Mrs. D. Fruchtenicht. Box: 824.

Wabash Ph. 962-M. and motor, 4 sets of scales, all Mississinewa Lodge 2104 will 934 S. Washington Phone 553 Huntington, Ind. PET Fairmount MONKEY 345L.

-For sale. Phone small Duo. "tools, rollers and trackmeet at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the 1948 DODGE Extra clean. This WANTED- Reliable lady to help Therm oil heater with ball, 10th and' Nebraska Streets.

car is selling for $795. Will with housework and care of chil- DACHSHUNDS SCOTTIES blower attached. Phone 2302. Elder Dillard Allen, widely $650.4 Phone take dren. Make home: with us.

Chron- BEST FOOD AND MEATS Geo. Dickens. know gospel singer. will present a 5286. icle Box '438.

WEIMER KENNELS PH: 4558 SUB ZERO PACS musical program at 3 p.m. Dec. MODEL-622 Packard, G.M.C. tractor, 1950 CHRISTMAS BIRDS -Parakeets, GOODRICH 13 at Second Baptist Church. mouth.

Botkins at 1951, Home 2-door Corner, Ply- Help Wanted -Male 33 co*ckateels, Finches Singing Absolutely Cold proot Regular services will be conduct- Phone 196. OUT. OF TOWN -Business needs Canaries. Choose your birds now when worn with 1 pr. of light socks ed today at Allen Temple Church year around Good and we will Imported cag.

$13.95 a pair with the Rev. Reddick in 51 BEL-AIR excellent Chevrolet, condition radio, wages. Nice home, with garden: es, seed supplies. So. Marion BRUNT'S: Gas City Elder charge; J.

C. Buggs; Calvary 150. Phone 3489 Fowlerton. Rob- honest Opportunity man for with clean advancement habits. for 3532 LOG Lincoln CABIN Blvd.

Ph. SHOP 5782W Poultry and Supplies Church of God in Christ, heater, tist Church, the Rev. Robert Rob- Cert Richards. Give 3 references. Reply Chron- Monkeys," birds, cages and sup SAVE On bard glass-white or PET inson; Second Baptist Church, the 1947 MERCURY A-1, Radio.

and icle Box plies. Phone Swayzee amber. beat lamps. Rev. J.

R. Bradley; Christ Temple heater. Phone 4734-R. WANTED COAL HAULERS Lamp and holder $2.95 W. M.

Holder, and Bethel AME 1951-HUDSON, like new. $945. Ph. GRANT COUNTY COAL CO. 9 Terrier weeks.

pups. A.K.C. HATCHES WEEK Church, the Rev. R. A.

Robertson. 1668 R. 1530 W. 1st. 120 Branson mire.

Mt. Etna, Ind. Bright- 11136-38 S. MAC'S HATCHERY. registered, Branson 1184 3..

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