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Attica Ledger Press (Newspaper) - February 12, 1915, Attica, Indiana Me Attica Ledger press Ross Brothers publisher Attica Indiana Friday. February 12, 1915. Established 1851�?lp. Vol. 3, no. 20w. state league Attica mayor Heads state organization Attica mayor chosen president of state savings shapes policy that controls $60,000,000. Is father of Laws that banish Wildcat a in a associations and raised a Ood ones to High plane. At the annual meeting of the Indiana a savings and loan league which is the j state organization of the building had loan associations of Indiana i held at the hotel seven in Indianapolis last week. Mayor Wili b. Need of Thia City i was honoured by election to the presi i Dency for the ending two year. The next meeting is the Twenty ii Fly j convention of the league altho it j does not occur until next Fel Rui iry it has already been decided to make it notable a a Jubilee Al air in Celebration of having the Quarter Century Mark. Not much is it Ard of this a Ryan in. Tion but it is re airy a very one. A of years ago a it a Wildcat build Iii and Joan Ciatti Iio Brishc on inter state Lui Inis an i thru Impi per net acids Sucht t in Jiri causing is of Solh irs h a i an thus Mii savings an i la. A social ions Inin dirt Pul in wis this league a Cor in d Thi Quot inn it of a its Kira in the country Tiai. A it it Quot i up Send int it n act be died in a Quot t a gip Iarion which Dan e a i out Ltd business in . I tier in in ii v. Was the league lira Teu and Sli of. D. D in getting thru the gent ral ass Rubly the present excellent Law governing Ducal i building and loan association and raising them to the plane occupied by Banks and Trust companies. This Law is recognized As the Best of its kind in existence up to that time and is being very generally us Das a Model by other states. The league at present does n it include ail of the associations of the state but thru its policies and ii Ilu Quot it practically shapes the working s Asid methods of All. The importance of the league can better be App Vecinti d when it is known that these associations represent of Over Mayur need has Long been tary and general manag a of the Attica association Atid for several years h is had a hand in the work of the Church Folk in humorous play i literary society of Christian Church to give evening of fun. Will show foibles of others in an Aid society burlesque cast of characters hints at humorous possibilities and if Terest taken indicates a Large Crow mrs. Max Mccollough. The body of mrs. Edna Kettle Mccollough. Whose death last Friday morning was reported in the Ledger press of that Date was brought to at a i Tica saturday afternoon and taken to j Tho Home of her Uncle Johh Mitcham where funeral service s v Ere held at o clock sunday. Jyh Liev. W. K Mckinzie. Pastor of the methodist Church of Icia Ting. Ikiria followed in Highland at . I a mrs. Mccollough was the Only Daught i f r of b. H. Kit be of this City and she had spent the greater part of her life in Attica. She wis of cheerful. Futi Ristic temper nent was very of liar i Arn Iii her Asj Ciales. She a proficient Piai and for a Lnig while her Ila it in g was a feature of the local Rno Virg picture houses. January 7, a to 1 a a he a Marri d to Max Mccoulough. Of Williamsport Ard for a time they a resided there with or. Mccollough s realizing that a Little now Quot Quot Quot ther. A few months ago the moved a. S. Peacock is chosen to head the Chautauqua option election about april 26 i and then is relish by the Best of men land at the same time that a Good i heathy laugh is a powerful Factor in spreading Sunshine banishing discouragement and thus one s heart for the daily Battles of life the w . H. I i i ii organize new Church at Winthrop. R it in. Fit \ no to piers has in Rev. I ii Quot h r Ali rep As a result f in a i 1 i ? a a it r i v 1 to. I he Kev. Ii. Kit of a a Ford is the p 1 Fri ius to build up a a Cut h h re i. R be Field presbyterians will banquet. A c of Tii. A in. R. A a Mim Quot Nilmier it. Fish thy a a How Lyu g put an 1 till r i in is a the r i Quot or v quote i cd j r l h s by Vii a i rang a f a May. Ltd air Gill Ifor the i or. Is. Of Liisu in g t i Jiru in Dii g a Ore in a i w work to to i Omi g year Ai Lievi Sii g a in i. A Quot in o i i t festive m an of b it Milr in Itie i a it i i. By Eric re i of ill con i ii. Inf. R i do .or.i. Ito i son a Rix is called for the a t r o n a .1 Vivo a Quot i g 1 prominent in to it. It i of o the a s avd of the Church will be present. They Urc Hast by Iri it s Are or. W. S. Maguire and or. C. A. Bargain and been contribute Bradt of Chicago and their coming is j de and expended in repairing and re regarded As a matter of considerable importance am orig tiie in embers. At t Imi p. M. A Jat Juei Ulli be set re i in the Basem it of the Quot Church at Quot ii certs a plate the menu Bei or c d to a farm which they had Purchase near Stockwell seven Miles Southeast of Lafayette and were planning t Nike it their Erma e it . Aiti o she had never lived Ltd a a farm and had no Prience with the work of a Farni literary society of the Christian Church a be she liked it and Undt the is making preparations to give a Home to Elage of her Mother in Law j. Talent entertainment at the Church next a Quot i rapid and fir Ogress. Tuesday evening feb. I i a. They were g to alter the. H. the entertainment will be a Burle Siniue i inf it Bungalow this Spring Atid it re entitled Quot the l Ine Hill ladies Aid Quot a looking Forward to in in har Antu i copyrighted production that promises a tic i tuesday evening As they left to be a great Success. It is a take Oil the House to Peni the est Ning with a on a meeting of the ladies Aid society of hour mr.-. Mcco Minugh so. On p. In the average country Village and Jire teme it a Loor sents a number of easily recognize in be porch on her right id. Characters to be found in every com Juniper up Lippire by uni Najr Unity. The society decides to give an in a was hot of their i enl us l in via it v of. was Strieker with set re is and fair it 1 the i he it Icia we Quot mass meeting decides to defer action until that time. Change made to escape the exposure in March weather 1.\eeuti\ e Ommittee of a Quot i a chosen to superintend the Camp and petition asking Klee Tion is started. I a Meetor g City Hall re i it 1,1 to h lid a in in Attica the it it citizen ring it k in at \ i i \ i at a Are t of i i it s i Iye. E l g a or. Wer Quot a Quot. T n in a i Chr re a s. I. He. Sell tier. In a. U or. I is Dent c in i . V -, Xhu i a n it i., a. The Chau hut up. Nave air Quot the p an 1 s to a \ re Oil been a Cor. Do a t. Is it h in a 1 t. I the c r t a Quot us have a fun t it a i ii a a a Iirth Arsier . F or the Pri Etc tin of this Bear Tir t with b inti. In it was 1 it Pusp Quot. Thur 1 Etc a it Asher a Wirob i the Hie eting was it or de 1 of , Wii full of ,. H Mal Irr Cru e chair it i at 1 11 a Quot. K is t by. After s,.n.e Iii Cut Sior a bust Marnir of f a it was a a Jyi a to St Locc a. R of Rivo to n to it r a r air. Ii it of a c o r d tre it in. R. A r r in the was de ctn Hiiro it i a 1 an this but h Ivr to i Quot Veril Ari x. Was secreto the i Quot Hnz Fecu meth to. I it the latter of Quot ears ago ,.t.ii Leeti Given Ige li.-. It was ii parties at a and the rehearsal for this Lorrens other Vity amusing feature in which Are i introduced sever1 i songs Stone moving , Etc., All under the direction of prof. Angelo Atruro. Anllo Witzig is the e �1 t 1 . Mrs. Leader miss Fingler miss Ketty . Moe Hirsch i the Quot. Miss faithful i Enning mrs. E Freeman it , a Veteran subscriber. Calli Civ is Umilia to Reid a a or a x. of a in it i u v. Tin St Rii us iof Iier Conditi i Walt to t us my a a i Imit Tifni Buforo the end it is Phuttha it i i i l. Lue Lar a a it Gether with c her the. Re Ulli Loath. It to m s a v. Hutson mrs. Cyrus lir own mrs we. Geeting mrs. Clemens aril served by Tho Bidi it s of the it Iii Quot of owing the banquet to Nero service at 7 of in the audit Rieur which or. Marquis Ami or. I riot. Decorating i. The Cost Unity seem to have responded nobly to the move Mient and the Serit a of me Tii is was we Latten Vej and s it fruitful that three score h i a been accepted into the Church and arrangements have been Ipp i Cost. Harmon made for regular services. Fios sible the it Shi Rrt i sustained a lesser injury of a i Mizar Tiar it r More than a year ago when she fell Ilowit stairs at her Home Here. Mrs. Act Ollough was Al years of age and in addition to the husband is sur a mrs. I Volt. Milligan i by Hiither and one brother mrs. I Springman Harry Kittle u f this cite. Her Mother mrs. Orpha talker mrs. Riorer. Miss Nora Marks mrs. Vera firm. Miss Constance sch Reecher l. Washburn miss Eftie . Miss a Tihe Reynolds miss Nova Dunn mrs. Eva Green Nev it Civ 1 h it no l at r i to re nil 1 i it Í a tra i it it i r f a a i i. U a n i or it of tin r. Rind it Iri. 1 or a use a my the Are r or a m i. T to i., or. Una in it re Ltd per t a Rah be. Or. Rid i v. A r. Tast mrs. Pearly a ates. The widow weeds mrs. G. Heineman mrs. M. Vantress died about eleven months ago. V. 1 Sitiko address s. To this Reni titty that of Ertil ubic i cordially Iii Ted a he two visiting speakers v. Ill Addre similar c Klerer be at Iio Kville on Ilu slate j preceding. League. Last year he was a member of the executive con Mittee at d his election to the presidency is a recognition of his ability and . The Many friends of William Wood Hall and miss Ethel Lozelle were surprised this week when they Learned of their marriage which took place last i november. While attending the Indiana Purdue j new office for Surveyor. Colonel sent Nan. The new c unto Surveyor appeared i before the Lioard of commissioners last Wook Ard a it Thim to provide an oleic Renoni fur hit with suitable furniture and material. They decided to Grant his it quest and gave him the old grand jury room n the third floor of the courthouse under the Tower. It will be newly pain Teil and a floor covering put Down Atnel disks and the cd Intuit too that had in charge the work of collect tag a d tiding the c., feels a rep Frt is due and tre is uror win. My kit z Nis the Fomo Vit a i let i i i p. L. Loro. .1 n Rhode ?2. Oxford Ion la t i i rank and son alien ,1 r. Hickman intros .1. N Liode each in j. A. lid it .00, Attica friends .f7, will h. A Arnit a and. Baker each i Obert Milligan. T. W. Liode \. Farent a Alfred Milligan x. S. Pearson i. Hickman d. J. Hickman .1. P. Lir own. Wade Perrigo j. W. Albright l mor Hukins w. L Hanilton Hyron Steadman .1. G. Heischman w. F. Mckinzie Charles , i. C. Kerchin George Sim Merman Fanny Cobb and Mary j. Mrs. Aurora Orealis mrs. O. Carson mrs. Tabitha . E. E. Davis mrs. Tom . A Burlington Hiram Hicks. Harold Carson Dwa february in. Catt twins l. Harmon amp l Jet Fries i years. Months and Lohn g. Keadle. John Gibson Keadle was Burn at to an town md., aug. 27, and at Thi age of 7 Days. He was old Trind a Heglar Hays e.,cock and others who Wert acted with the paper. 1 h the u this will bring you great Prosperity an Success. Quot Covington finances. Accordi a to the Public had report the City Keiit a Quot Ovin it m was reduced 7 do if g the year Ard re intal prof. Angelo Caruso w. V. Hutson i the son of John a and Maria Keadle or. Ringleader Gilberto Springman ii t v moved to Attica or. Rorer Chas. Hopper where he spent his boyhood. He re or. Talker Harry u Wrkinger or. Dunn Robert Harmon sponged to the Call of his country when men were needed to defend the Honor in addition to these characters there i Quot of the i in and enlisted in co. A Lidh is a chorus of Quot campfire girls Quot volunteers serving about three whose singing and drills will be highly a Quot to in Hlf years. He Early Learned entertaining. They Are Plum Sims Helen Jet Iris Pearl Washburn Edith Davis Ami Catherine . The orchestra is composed of Pavey j Hubert Washburn and Xeal Jackman i violins Carol Peck Cornet Reid Glover trombone and Voidie Reed piano. Chairs provided. Herett fore the sur football game in Lafayette the Young Veyo has been without an Olifice. Bruce couple decided to get married and after Short maintained an Oil ice in Hillsboro i Ihu Fie each so Jerome Wattles $1 the close of the game left for St. Joe at his own . The Grantiii jury William malady and 1. J. Hickman mich., where the ceremony was per now uses the jury room adjacent to the sch i s. Simmerman and w. A. Kod courtroom so the old room is now in Burtus each $2.50 G. Phares Earl occupied and has been sort of a lumber room for a Long while. Formed. The affair was kept a secret until saturday. The Bride is a daughter of or. And mrs. Charles Rozelle who live near Winthrop and is a Young woman of pleasing personality. She is a graduate of the Attica High school and was also a student at Terre haute state Normal. For the past two years she has been teaching at the Lebo school in Warren Church supper at Independence. The glad workers society of the Christian Church at Independence is planning to give a general supper in Buck s Hall saturday february 20th Marshall Everett Allen Lee Hickman Fannie Cobb Mary j. Rhode Central National Bank. Farmers amp merchants Bank v. N Jones grandma Peck W. Barr Ora Milligan Alfred Milligan and a. P. Anderson each $2 h. N. Van Vorhis John Morris and Thomas Morris each $1 to Sam Simmerman James Beach f Verett Allen James Hurst Sam Rhode Belle Ross Bert consider sewer monday night. The City Council met in regular session monday evening but the mayor was indisposed and As soon As current Bills were allowed the meeting adjourned. Engineer Young had been working on the suggested of a sewer up thru the Park to afford drainage for residences on the South Side of the Park but had not solved the problem and was not yet ready to report. He expected to be Able to present plans within a few Days and so the meeting was adjourned until next monday at which time the matter will be taken up. It is expected to take up the sewer at and attend to All the Legal prelim for the purpose of raising funds to a county and at present holds that Posi pay repairing and redecorating the Tion. I old Baptist Church in that town. It is i Cox. M. J. Cobb a. R Cobb William the Groom is a Eon of or. And mrs. Ropog. Reaper the Walls put Douglas John Rater Anderson William Woodhall who live on Fine Jown a carpet and put in new pea. I Arthur Hyker Harry Cody w. L. I a a Aries so that actual construction work Creek and is an excellent Young Man. Joe Cost is estimated at about $400 and Hamilton w. 1. Mccullough and Louis can be begun Early in the Spring. He is also a graduate of the Attica High a pral Call is issued to the peo Jile of Nathan each $1 mrs. James Beach school and since has been attending j a Community to help the Good cause j >0 cats. Some of these people have Purdue University. He gave up his Yong. Cash contributions will be re subscribe. D More to be paid at a future studies there a couple of weeks ago and Herchman s s Ore and will Liate. Third y dollars was also contribute debt "11 january receipts for Quot the were .12.21 i were .-?11.21. 71. It Iii for Light matter of Salanto City Oto i gals water Ernpao is �i2. Of .-50,220o.war 2, it 2. The Light and water pm int the exp City and Waer. I the police Cost. L irsi77 Light making a total the Blacksmith s Trade and worked at this in Attica Carbondale and Talbot. He was married to Margaret j. Mcchristie in let out and to them were born two children mrs. L. M. Hanawalt of Talbot and John Keadle who died november a Quot i. His wife died March a quot1 72, and he was married to mrs. S. E. Miller october 21�, 17j. She died october 17, ibis at Talbot. His was a life of rugged honesty and a staunch adherence to right principles. For Twenty five years his daughter mrs. L. M. Hanawalt has kept his Home for him. The funeral was held Friday morning at f o clock at the Home in Lafayette and the body was brought to Attica for burial. It was taken from the train directly to Riverside cemetery and buried beside the grave of his first wife. Otterbein Man a suicide. Clement l. Woodhams a brother of Lee Martin of Springfield visited Henry Woodhams former commissioner i Over night tuesday with his parents or. And mrs. L. G. Martin. A Ike a up ply. In. V. W. P. Mckinzle i it i d elder a. W. Jackman. A draft of the Petiti it a for an election were Rady Tui following the meeting about to Quot signatures were secured within a few minutes. A any others have been added since and within a Short time More than the required 2i i will be secured. fact that Salo in elec tio a must held by Ward the voting is will be ucd, either at Covingto. T Der sour or Attia. Irich Quot of triese cites a three War is and Chr it e thus air r. Q tired for e Iii City. Is the Are now St in the c uf at Ivington the of transp Ortity them to \ Radersburg Art this City a quid add c to the expense. A or this reason the ballots will be used As in former Damon and pythias Mono log. La slice Sci Riahi wot i new laurels a riday night when he the k. P. Lodge for Ari hour with a Ren tuition of a new dramatization of the classic Story of Danton and pythias Home in Oxford thursday after a visit the new form in which the Story is with her parents m. L. Wilson and�.�1 a a very artistic one of very High wife. Literary Merit and has been approved Reid Clark returned monday to re by the supreme Lodge for use in consume his studies at Illinois University Section with the ritualistic work of the after a visit with his parents or. And order. Or. Mcconahay has memorized mrs. O. S. Clark. The entire play and gave it As a Mono log mrs. Frank Haupt and son and her presenting it so Well that he has been father. Robert Mcclatchey visited i the recipient of Many congratulations wednesday with relatives in Williams a the local knights and he is being pm of j urged to repeat it some evening when a Barnaul of Milc cows at Mcknight 1 larger attend.. Some Are Bros Sale feb. Is. Suggesting that it would make a Good feature for the program of the District or. And mrs. Harry Kell and Veedersburg Charles spent sunday with her parents pm. 17th but no arrangements have James Foreman and wife at Fountain. Local news. Mis Grace e irl and mrs. Frank maid Wil entertain a number of friends at a Valentine party saturday at the Earl Home in l Avis township. Mrs. Mort runner return ii to her a. J. Bolton Engineer employed on the District meeting next wednesday the Covington Branch has returned to 1 promises to be interest tag and the his work after a Lay off of several Days. Local Lodge is preparing to Send a Good has accepted a position with the Indiana Sand travel co. The Young Coupe have a Large number of . Who wish the in much happiness. West Point sunday school. The it Given a the Church sur at 1 o a invited Quot a. P i to special Irvi soldiers and Patri Pio Pun to i. Or. It. A i h f i in a y be gladly and thankfully i accepted. All members of the Church and or it piety Are expected to Aid in furnishing the Iii trials for the Uip Quot i promises to be a Fri table Fin to of g Thi checker player. Pm f. Tir j Quot k 0 i m 1, c 1 f r. It at Orw la sir ill of Holt a t i cute a k t re Iraj ii a hip i in tue a c Urr. L not a y a f. It 1 a to Quot i Quot ii a h i i Quot of of Iii i ii a. I Al d a err i Tii Quot to i by in it it to pm i i t �1 of Hilt Tille to Tho it f i mrs. We. Grimes dead. Mrs. Charlotte Grimes wife of wiled to wit Dow Glass but no account i an Grimes died about live o clock w a ko.,i of this in Many instances wednesday evening at her Home on the the h.liind wife joined Iti the Nave farm four Miles South of town. A. Jho Tody the after six weeks silvering with ulcers of ill himself by plunging an ice the stomach mrs. Grind s was Pat his breast. Altho he Woi years of ago Atid was a True Christian himself badly and came near Ella acting is2. I woman. Besides the he band she is j his purpose he finally recon red and r,2,71 survived by four sons. Pearl of Rob it Quot treatment in a sanitarium at on n form r 1 Wiirre 1 Lut Ioris How i l i von nere i i of Warren county committed suicide at the Home of another brother Alfred Woodhams in Otterbein saturday afternoon. He used a Seine Cord and hanged himself to the rafters of a shed. Or. Woodhams had been in ill health for some time and last july became mentally unsound. At that time he attempted pick untied i the week in Chicago attend ing the Cement i it How. Mrs. Robert Butler of Williamsport was in Attica thursday on her Way to Pine Village for a visit. Mrs. Lee Glatz returned thursday to her Home in Lafayette after a visit with mrs. Augusta Glatz. Or. Ail mrs. Iiocoe Mccord Are s Ting u in a i r in i t Christian Church. Be l a ail Arv dip Iii i. Hire s i Eli Ilice for local Biry is Rev. A w. was in ozarks n t there checker player in the Hill wednesday and officiated at the end of the county that can teach him a funeral of Are. Sarah Davis. Few Points about the game and Toioi my at Index Enid in a. In. Preaching i o a m. Proach and preaching at Roy Morton of Willi a new Quot it it Claude and Thimas of this. To and three daughters. Mrs. Walter wait. Mrs. Albert Lark Andmri Pirtha Johnst of this City. The Tiitu ral will Lio conducted from the borne at 2 of this afternoon. Rev. A. W. Lack Man Ollivi Aling. Interment will be made at Beulah. Indianapolis it seemed my % better so that Hii relative were surprised when tile tragedy occurred. R. Wood Liam was born in engl but Rune to Atti Enca in 1 Quot to with his i rent. The funeral held not i Nonn and Ituria was Rte it in pot i Grove cent Quot Tery. at 2 Ltd. Nathan and jams Bennett and f in or. And mrs. H. Vav. Newlin of Cov j Ilies came us from Kingman this morn mrs. Frank Hall of Aylesworth was in ton were guests Over sunday of Hering to attend the funeral of their Sis or. And mr.-. J. W. La Ltd. Of Vod ers Liuro were for iritis in t of to Tut Day. Mrs. Ora Groit of l if in the. A r a Hiest Over a larday of her i. R. Or i 1 i Urvi a Mrs. Mite i Rva dunku�.,r� r this week with or. With Iran u or. Mar Hield mss in in Quot i a d a number of friends at wednesday evening. Representation. The District includes the lodges off Mountain Warren Benton i and Tippecanoe counties. I famous evangelist coming. Thru a misunderstanding the Date of the meeting to be held by the Rev. Sam Small in this City was Given out last week As feb. I Ami so publish in these columns. The Correct Date is .Marh 2 h. Tiie Rev. Or stall is widely know r a to tin t Ranee t v Lis. Nil lecture r and is rna Kir a a Steak tour Toni n ii a for the Nti Sa-1 r r b h of he prohibit to i 11.e in use in fore Tro t i e i Rita la Ture. I m a. Piso o of rhe i mrr.Oil-. Van a a it san be and i. ire Orl r. Arrr.ir to a. The n Yeti a a1 1 a a fir t res ii r chuch a 1 1 int.rr&Quot--. A. The ire in option Quot Citny Ign w i ii re it Art thing up by the it into he is a a a Tairi to attract a Large crowd. In Attica shopping thursday. Mother mrs. Emma Hoover. J ter mrs. William . Ralph o Haver of l Fayette. Mrs. Mary leak is spending the j week came thursday for a visit with her with mrs. Labaw at Fountain j father Jacob Isley and other relatives

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