Williamsport Pioneer (Newspaper) - June 17, 1921, Williamsport, Indiana CHAUTAUQUA OATES ARE 8, V JUNE 17, 1921 6 FREE DAY IS GRAND Crowd Since Flag Day Enjoys Williamsport's of the biggest days has had since Flag Day three years ago was the big Mary of was found guilty of bigamy in the Fountain county court Friday and sentenced to a term in the Indiana home for evidence produced at the trial showed that Mrs. Wisma had five times been married and that she had been illegally married at least three maiden name of Mrs. Wisma was Mary Haggardy and her first marriage was with Wesley when she was 16 vears She is now 30. held here The divorced from this crowd in the afternoon was next matrimonial venture so large as the throng that with Ephram This ered on our streets that proving she though it is estimated that at hastened to marry Henry 2,000 were here in She divorce against but event of the since been brought to was a race in that this divorce was forfeited by i which Evans took of the Winston seeking relief by second and Lowell from she third next a one who was the prosecuting vard dash for bovs between in the Her last ages of 9 and 12 Jack venture was with took first in this event with whom she Amiel time of her and Robert third of her marriages the one Danville and the one with Ellis yard dash for boys 12 to 16 place at She Winston Freeman won first married each time second maiden FELLOWS IN DISTRICT very quiet and impressive wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. McCabe last Friday afternoon at 1:30 when their Miss Jennette was united in marriage with Daniel of the ceremony being performed by the Rev. W. F. Hoot of the Presbyterian A simple ring ceremony was and only the immediate relatives were Im- Ose of the largest and best wedding the meetings of the Odd Lodge Is Host to Other Lodges of the County day bride and groom left for held in the county was held where they will be at home Rainsville friends at 1226 lodge in the county was after July 1. represented except State Line bride js tne number of outside lodges had Mrs. loa B. of 0.!representatives About 125 The past winter she has been in The of English in the high she became staff conferred the upon two DIXIE of the favorites of the excellent although they Coen joined her daughter handicapped by having to I last fall ana has a resident | substitute for a number of the I of Attica during tne school members of the I Mrs. Anderson i s a talented The Green Hill staff put on iyoung lady with pleasing degree They have always girls present tlie on tlie last and has many friends in this work bnf ur in two These Dixie Giris specialize in exce lent but this did better than ever groom is the son of Mr. is almost an Mrs. A B. of After the work was a were made and the adjourned to the our in iwo j ni the soups and of old before Civil for us ' those days and times which seem like a dream we look back at grace and beanty with artistic ability to make this program a delight to eys and to Die Snake Thomason has not started a snake farm nor has be been drinking anything that and Oscar It was proven at the trial J woman undoubtedly out u he relates a snake one hundred yard dash for Pd by an unbalanced brain and is we have bovs 16 old or over for the crimes contest pnd the i had She was be confined in R. second for the feeble the Levor third she was almost after this the Made the Highest ified to see lying uo on one of the crowd was led to the base ball several townships in a huge bull Mr. ground by the band where year there were a i Thomason came up and oest call games ever seen here number of 100 his sake story and witnessed thousand in Will part of his life in He is a veteran of the the first The 1 World War and spent Lulu taken to 4. 1 TK -n 1 months to hospital at Danville less he was assistant cashier three weeks ago with two County in her supposedly 1 A tI from not attempt to tell of all the good things set before the lodge it is beyond our no one would believe unless at some time in left the hospital fork j home at Veedersburg employed m of- you had attended a feast at day ot the Carmichael Gravel The writer has was shot by her - when he tended several but then turned the gun upon seemed to be the best and committed suicide the office management of lodge at Kilby's ease is one of the supper was prepared wives and families of the remarkable on record at Danville When first taken to the hospital she O. O. F. Decoration June 19. More than three The local Odd Fellows lodge ate No one was annual memorial was given more than heading U of his friends to go or After remaining in next June 19th. The score list with a total number of 22;down to his home and help for a few days following program will be on no other wav of getting to catch en The milkhouse the crowd both in Ava Jordan 92.6 become a Paradise for sparrows afternoon and A was to have made a about until that time physicians and surgeons said she could meeting was heM in the and the Rainsville lodge had better not ask that bunch to come again they will 2:00 P. be these meetings will 2:15 P. to M. E. be continued in September or the openings about the due to the location of the led by Williamsport ren were filled with She gradually he faned to get gas were innumerable and was conscious all m the baloon and it only rose rora Fern these the bull the time from that Cora Fern McKinni a height of about two the was forced to cut his parachute loose when had been feeding and apparently was enjoying life to the fullest When the J was first seen it was in the act one hundred feet in the Harrison Prairie 89.2 j devouring one of the Edna Kent 89.1 evidently its morning She recalled the shooting and subsequent events Kilby was happy the Church 2:30 P. by Martha Reeves I Mrs. Martha wife of James L. died at the by I. 0. 0. F. West by Rev. John E. Ruby State was about as big around as ia man's wrist and measured over four feet in With crowd had waited hour to see The crowd and Lora Pine that the man did not get as he almost crashed into of rails in Owners to Be lately after this the man placed I In carrying out the provisions his on the saying Lof the law enacted by the recent preferred against Charles it was his last attempt at on February 18, 1921, proprietor of one of up on a Incidentally owners of ferrets automobile accessory it might be stated that this was obtain licenses to harbor such Tony chief examiner the fifth ascention for the man announcement has the arson squad the am glad to go I want to see my she while the mother was at Selection by for the arrival of the | P. Fellows wish it had not been sary to cot off my she march to was so long and verv serious charge has been it will soon grow long been as nice and pleasant as a hospital could but I will happier at she as she the vigorous blow with one of her Selection by P. to Odd She had been suffering from dropsy for a but had only been confined to her bed for three Mrs. Reeves was the daughter of the late Daniel and Jane Lane Wray and was born in Jackson Tippecanoe September 12, 1837. In 1857 she was united in marriage with John and to this union two children were one of Ollie E. of Odd Fellow's grave to be 1873 she was united in the Cemetery Selection by Decoration Selection by He is also the by officials of the state marshal's McDermond who saved the life of the servation that a fee of charged with having set fire to a a. tnat boy whose feet became be for the first automobile to obtain insured in the ropes just as the baloon ferret and a fee of for each ad- He is alleged to have on its upward flight ferret in the possession ed the tank on the car and then several years The man any firm or corporation set fire to it. The car in question ed the lad up with the rope in in the Failure to stored in a garage owned by which his feet were tangled this law makes the Carlson in and when then carried him on the entire | liable to a fine of and 30 days the fire seemed to be of a entirely regain her in George N. the evening wrestling and j chief of the fish McDermond ordered to annear before the storm did considerable damage east of In Attica several buildings were with James L. who with one Edward She is also survived who can furnish flowers several grandchildren kindly bring them to the hall She was church Sunday at 2:00 M. member of the U. B. church at notify some Odd Pleasant and was a The funeral was conducted from the West ux TT 1 were matches and a band game announces for He is cert entertained what is owners of ferrets should procure i to have confessed the Teacher Morton L. of Rev. J. E. and great lakes of water j is coming to of and Rev. L. stood in the low Cellars organize a violin class for Watson were in charge of the filled with water and at the i Petro .is a student Interment was made the Wabash de- of the famous Prof. of the West Point to have been a crowd of for licenses from hisi thousand The boxing and wrestling a new kind of for most of the and it was thoroughly Thomas Coffing the James McClaflin estate a considerable amount who is studying Mary Katharine band played by far the best Mrs take the of Thomas of they have played innumerable been heard that St. hospital in the a whole the day was following a serious surgical Mrs. Coffing the boys promoting it ha. taken to the hospital a week it would and had to do with the of this gala day in Williamsport are to be next big event will be the Williamsport July 8-12. Help of the clean-up Saturday and underwent an operation on Coffing was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John residing south of Pine services were held from the Coffing home in Oxford at 2 o'clock Berry has going on - at park Judge Berton B. Berry of the complain that only a few men j circuit court was came out to This taken to the Methodist hospital is not the right We ought at last Friday where to give these boys more support has since underwent an They deserve it. If ation for The Court you are interested in a park in | been for some and take and was undergo the go to the park next - His many friends here will be wish for him -a speedy was lost by water in the and comes to us very Near the home of He will be here Mrs. Emma of northeast of here on the on and of Newton and has been appointed trustee Independence some next week or near were caused by the Interested parties son The levy full by the Kickapoo at The Pioneer united in marriage at was badly damaged and a should be made as Methodist parsonage in resigned the trust a few weeks Mrs. will assume complete management of the large it being stipulated in the will that the estate is to be managed by a trustee until there is but one surviving Stock Breeders Warren County Live Stock Association will meet in Williamsport tomorrow afternoon at 1:30 Some important matters are to be taken up by the and further plans for the Live Stock to be held September 20, 21, 22, 23, will be All members are urged to be and Mrs. Benedict have gone to Fond to look after farming interests the Milligan residence was j only a limited number of pupils completely washed and be handled in the time which other culvert was badly Mr. Petro has allotted for this Near the Milburg on the range line road a 4x6 stone was badly It is estimated that the repair work for this damage will amount tto almost Picnic The Warren County Bee Picnic will be on June 18th. Anyone interested in bees is welcome to Bring your dinner baskets of lunch and at the Court House at 9:30 A. after all will journey to the woods and cut a bee A good time all is R. by the Rev. John E. June 11. 1921. Bender and of ' drove through to that place Monday Letha daughter and Mrs. A. L. Winks of friends and J. a student of Purdue were married last June 8, by Rev. Alpha H. pastor of the West Side M. Williamsport Black Sox defeated the Rocky team here last Sunday by a score of 23 to 5. Earlier in the season the church at his in defeated The bride is a sister of Elvin of this B. Bray has sold his to H. W. Auld and of taking in consideration two farms lying north of Covington as the fer Wilber Nolin and wife had a baby boy born to them at the Home hospital in on Wednesday of last Dean of is spending a with his and Mrs. Homer ' '