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DOWN /'hEMORY'8 bANE Seventy Years Ago FRIDAY APRIL 13, 1900 Will Watson and wife have mov- ed to Swayzee. Postmaster Day is now a third degree mason. Mrs. H.M. Smith and children are visiting at Macy. Geo. Rea has purchased the old ollenhack property of Fred Brown. Geo. Pinneo is paying very fine ball with the Northwestern Univers- ity nine.. Ed Keis and John Markley were out from Logansport on business Monday. Chas. Burge, of Beileview, Ohio, Visited in Royal Centre Friday and Saturday. Frank Gehr came up from Jones- horo Saturday on business. He is 'veil pleased with his new home and is doing we!!. W.D. Lutes was called to Warsaw Monday to attend the funeral of his aged mother, whose death oc- Curred Saturday fimrning after an extended illness. Uncle John Kennel cut his right foot quite severely last Tlmrsday hite mplitting pickets. Arthur Burton and wife, of Ill- inois, are visiting Mr. Button's sis- hr Mrs. Frank Foutz. More snow on April I I t h, not auch however. Nelson House began the season's huckster husines this week for istler & Beckley. Little Miss Delores Roler is con- fined to her home with measles. Sixty Years Ago Lewis Kistler, of near Thornhope was taken suddenly ill Tuesday morning about 10:30 while taking in the field at John Buck's and his [condition was exceedingly alarm- ing. Harrison Rhody has disposed of his interest in the store of Rhody & Lidgai'd. the change taking place Thursday mornlng. The ;Michigan road is to be paved from one side of the county to the I other, estimated cost, being a little loss than $700,000. Forty Years Ago FRIDAY APRIL 18, 1930 Dewey Kistler and family of Gary, spent the week end with his father, C.G. Kistler. Mrs. Defoe Weland has been quite ill for a week. Her mother Mrs. Elsworth Wood of Logansport Mrs. Henry McDonald and sons is earing for her. [James and Dean moved to Logan- I Mrs. Agnese Elliott, one of the t sport today j oldest residents of Lucerne, died at Dr. Kimtler has purchased a[4 o'clock last Thursday morning Studehaker---Flanders automobile I at her horns. She was 86 years old from Simon J. Carro!l. It will be de- I at the time of her death. livered next month | Mrs Melissa T. Lyric, 86, died at To Charles Binney and wife, of Lucerne---a daughter. Frank Robbins, of Pine Village, is the new baker at the Foxy bak- ery. Fifty Years Ago FRIDAY APRIL 9, 1920 A few cases of scarlet fever are reported in town two families be- mg quarantined. Walter Planck and Robert Dow- ling moved to their new home jult south d town Tuesday. Miss He!en Gould of Kewanna slent Easter with O.M. McComhs and family. Mrs. Monroe Patterson, of Lo- gansport, spent Easter with Mrs.. Mary Woodward. John Beckley and wife spent !Easter Sunday with Eel Hints and wife, near Grass Creek. Many farmers are plowing nd disclng their wheat and replanting the fields to oats. Others are "'tak- ing chances'' on their wheat. Henry Fry, who has been spend- the home of her sister, tMrs. George Berkshire, Logansport, at 11:30 o'clock Sunday night.. The local fire company was call- ed out last Saturday afternoon to a Fire in the T.H. Douglass garage. Misses 'van Ploss and Ruth i Myers entered the amatuer class In ' the typewphlng contest held at Peru Saturday. Miss Marie Berk- shire entered in the hookkeeplng class. Th girls were accompanied by l Miss Grace Cripe and R.W. John- son. JE. Druley and daughter Aileen took Eugene Druley back to Wa- bash Co'l|ege Sunday. William Hicks, who is attending the international college at Ft. Wayne. spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hicks. Mrs. Mary Smith and dughter were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jenkins. Thirty Years Ae'o FRIDAY APRIL 12, 1940 FRIDAY APRIL IS, 1910 Mr Jordan, mail carrier out of Lake'Cicott, is quite poorly. Dan Murphy was out from Lo- anSport Tuesday on a short visit. Della Antrim leaves Saturday for inona, where she wi] attend SChool during the coming term. ins the winter at this place, returns to his home near Talley, N.D., the first of the week. Mrs. Charles Winegardner, died last Friday morning at ! o'clock at the farm home, 7 miles south of I town on the Royal Centre pike, aged 47 years. The stock sale of Glen Forgey Mrs. Charles Wooley was out lnetted $59,200. from Logansport a part of the week! "Mrs. Lena Burton is arranging ranking a visit with her  son Frank. to move back to Royal Centre, from and family. I Harvey, Ill.  .- , , , ....... The weed Ramrod THE HERBICIDE FOR CORN Lasso" THE HERBICIDE FOR SOYBEANS Effectivel Convenientl In stock now at CF$1 CUSTOM FARM SERVICES, INC. ROYAL CENTRE Arthur Brigga became ill, and was taken to the St. Joseph hosp- ital Saturday. His condition is seri- ous. A major operation was per- formed Monday. He is improving satisfactorily. Galen McVay of this place has assumed the District Agency for the State Automobile Insurance Asso- ciation of Indianapolis. Dwight Kistler was taken to the Cass County hospital Monday where he submitted to an appen- dectomy. He is getting along satis- factorily. To Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth New- eP, April 4a son at the Cass County hospital. To Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beau- champ, April 4a son Max Eugene at the Cass County hospital. The infant died' at birth and funeral services were held Friday. Announcement is made of the marriage of Dorothy Chambers and Clarence Sherman, ,both of Logan- sport. Lewis Hastings is sufferiog from a badly mashed !eft hand since Sat- urday. Dr. W.K. Newcomh dressed the injury. Mr and Mrs Harrison 'Kistler of Lake Cicott spent Friday with b/lr. and Mrs. Wm. Goodrich and sons. Mrs. Elizabeth Klapp and Mrs. Agnes Larue visited with Miss Ellen Hicks, Wednesday. WARTS DISSOLVE AWAY: Warts are caused by viruses. Removed by amazing Compound Wf Compound W  contains two medicines widely used by doctors in treating virus- caused warts. A few color- less drops of Compound W, used as directed, can dis- solve away warts in just days. No cutting, no burning, no pain. Remember: warts are caused by viruses--re- moved by fast-acting Com- pound W. Mrs. Emma Anders and daughter Linda spent Friday with Mrs. Frank Sheets. The barn on the Charley EC.iott farm near Lucerne was destroyed by fire early Sunday morning. Five head of cattle in the barn were taken to safety. "O Twenty Years Ago FRIDAY APRIL 14, 1950 Miss Sue Ann Day of Monticello and Elston Stover Jr. of ldavi'le se- icured a marriage license in Wins- mac on Tuesday a weok ago, and were married by Justice of the I Peace Dennis Miller of that place. J Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and[ Mrs. Jake Roqer and Mr. and Mrs.! lsadore Oav'is were Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Oswalt and family, Basil Rob [ I ler, Frankie and Dixie, Mr. and Mrs. Gall DeWitt and son, :Mr. and Mrs. Donald Oswah and daughter, of Logansport. Mr. and Mrs. F.J. Hand and dau- ghter of Dayton, Ohio. spent the week end with their parents here. Miss Doris Martin will go to Bloomington, this week end with 'her brother Ray Martin and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Snyder of South Bend, were Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs, J.E.. Frushour. Kay and Shirley Dunn of Logan-, sport are oper/dlng the week here with their grandmother Mrs Ads Dunn. Miss Virginia Wolf, senior 1 Purdue University, spent the ap ins vacation with her mother Mrs. Em- ma Wolf, at their home north of the city. Mr. and Mrs. Mace Martin were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. James Abbott of route 3. The grades from I to 8 present- ed a special Easter program last Thursday afternoon, in the Grade auditorium. ,ROYAL CENTRE RECORD 9 THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1970 Mrs. Eve'yn Mulligan of Ft. Way- ne spent the week end with her daughter Mrs.. Raymond Scheffler and family. Billy Barr was dismissed from Memorial hospital Sundty. .o-- Largest Selling ttem0rrhoid Remedy So Successful It Outsells All Others Combined PREPARATION H OINTMENT or SUPPOSITORIES 'N$/ON $49 95 4 Drawer STEEL. FILE CABINET Letter Size Oven baked enamel. Gray or Tan Color Size 15"x28"x52" Total Weight 95 Ibs. lot exactly as Illustrated OTHER FILE CABINETS m STOCK I Drawer .... $19.95 2 Drawer .... $2935 3 Drawer $39.95 sa 8 The Record Phone 3165 Royal Centre, Ind.