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Attica Ledger Press (Newspaper) - May 7, 1915, Attica, Indiana To Attica Ledger press Ross Brothers publisher Attica Indiana. Friday. May 7, 1915. Established 1851�?lp. Vol. 3, no. 32chicago honors an Amiga girl thousands mourn the death of Esther Loeb Only to Jane Addams in social settlement work state legislature adjourned for her funeral which was one of the most remarkable Chicago Ever saw. We have always Given credit to the Attica boys who have gone out into the world and made a Success in business life measuring that credit with the financial yardstick. We have paid less attention to the girls of Attica who have Quot made Good Quot As we Are accustomed to Call it. And this May be because the Attica girls who leave Attica Are not to numerous or because they Are More sensitive to Praise. However that May be we believe Attica has received indirect credit and that recognition on the part of her people is due the Attica girl who died in Chicago last j week a. A it suit a if her years of unselfish labor for unfortunate humanity and who a death was Unive Shily mourned by the pm Oak of that City. We refer to mrs. Esthur Faiken Sleibi. Nakler of Attica knew mrs. I Faiks a sufi i As Esther Lut a who of was ten Ift i i the sit nth it of the i ii it Soa a of Ferd . Win it was a Bri ther Henry 1. And Linfitt Esther Falkenstein s people to the settlement , where her Lively Lay in state. The n i it re Senta Tives of wealth were there the mayor s in a tips. Politicians business men and society women. jewish woman s life had been even Bro id enough to Bridge the greatest human , that of Creed and the key. Floyd Francis Bernard of St. Ann s epic Covial Church father Patrick o Brien of St. Sylvestis s Catholic Church and three Sisters of St. Mary s Hospital were at the service which was under the rites of the jewish Church. Mrs. Falkenstein s , the Stella and Gertrude Loeb both of the Braham Lincoln Center. Milwaukee and her daughter. Miss Myrtle Falkenstein. Were the Only relatives present. An old peddle with his pack stood in the rear of the Chapel with his band Cut Back of Hia ear to catch the tribute or. Abram Hirshberg. Of the Temple of Sholom was paying to the woman who had meant so much to so Many in All stations of life. A Little Hunchback woman chided him in a thin voice for taking Uji so much room Quot so a body can t scarcely see the Fri it it of the Church was Bank with Lowers and they were As diverse As the people who sent them in homage. Rude nos pays some made of weeds from Vacariu Lota and Brou it in by mrs. Falkenstein s Little folks were us at the front with tie Mani Lucent wreaths of lilies and or Psi sent by the organizations of which she was a member or by her Well to do friends. Tile old Chapel had been i opt and reinforced in its weak places t j prevent a c under Thi Strain of the big crowd and police ii direct in of Quot still Jim Quot a Uinn out mor. Than a thousand who had to attend the funeral. Or of i r to o wot Ien tried to Truk True past the of tiers and to be put la Ltd main Force. Or. To Uinn Tjin Ditzik Quot a the St it p.-. to tie crowd that it build lie Chi ii a a Iani Erous to Olliav any enter the Liu Iid inv. As i was i Oan a the Hoorin away under the r Iii. At tie Conlu i. Of the s. The re Iii. L we -. out had Ailt a Lour on it May 27th to be graduation Day local news. I Misa Leota e. Alien daughter of mrs. Elizabeth Allen of West Point. I and de Duffield Rural mail Carrier on route no. Of this City were married 1 wednesday morning at la 3ii at the j Home of Rev. George w. Switzer in i Lafayette. The ceremony waa witness i on that Day Attica will be Host to by the Bride s unde. The Bride is a a Lar a crowd. Young woman of pleasing personality and is Well known in the West Point neighbourhood. They have gone to housekeeping in this City. Misa Helen Snyder daughter of or. And mrs. John Snyder and miss Ruth Clementa daughter of or. And mrs. A. S. Clements of Crawfordsville have been guests of Honor at a number of social functions in Crawfordsville this week in Honor of their approaching marriages. The ladies Are known in this City having been guests of misses Eleanor Orr and Bernice schermerhorn a number of times. The program committee of the Mon mothers clubs will meet Here Parent teachers associations of ten counties in annual meeting. Of interest. The meeting will be held in the presbyterian Church and a dinner will be served to the guests at noon in the Church mysterious investigation. , athletes in Champ. Glass at least 175 graduates will be Here to receive diplomas exercises will be held in the Pavil lion in Ravine Park and a speaker of prominence will be secured. i .-,1k u the fifth annual county commence ment of the common schools of foun Tain county will be held in the Pavilion Nat the in Ravine Park this City on thursday May 27th. This was settled saturday i by an unanimous vote of the county Board of education in session at Covington. The county commencement has come to be an event of importance in this county and the one for promises to exceed in interest any that have preceded it. The number of graduates. I t h i n Day afternoon club entertained the members of the club tuesday afternoon at the Home of mrs. George Williams. Plans had been made to hold the meeting in Ravine Park but owing to the weather this was changed. The afternoon was spent in a most pleasant Way and was much enjoyed by the club members. A picnic lunch was served late in the afternoon. Lauren Case who is convalescing for the. Huj. I thru and be or. 1 t.hti is already larger i n having thus far i from a severe attack of pneumonia qualified for diplomas with another thursday morning for k1 paso lamination yet t be held that will yield where he goes for the Benefit at least 2 i Mort according to supt. His health. Tie Stop Oil Quot in Chicago Livingood. Fountain is one of the few and visited Over night with his brother counties of the state where the Diplo Clarence and family and was then Mas for the entire court a Are awarded a his Fath a. Or. M. T. Case. Year i about f Han .<.n, sir in. 1. I. Or ii Rihori was a i Hwy a Tiea a ii Mion after Holt uis Haiut a her. B firm u i , e Ven to the direct n.ber.- of the Fari Rily Wii. N Esther left Attica so was a iut in year f f age a d even then he was a Lover of children id a worker the floor. Iri Chicago she had full Opportunity to exp Aru in the work f Neiping others and in 1 she Vurnel her Home Over to the intr people of her neighbourhood gave ail her Means and hot in full time to settlement . J n this i he was for Many years Assittd by her sister. Gertrude Loeb. Who is a talented my Ician. At the same her example was such a to cause another sister Teila to engage in similar work and the past few years she and Gertrude have been engaged in settled i in work at Abraham Lincoln Center Milwaukee. Mrs. Falkenstein was a wide no and a daughter Myrtle Quot he was president j the settlement woman s club Active in the work of the league of Cook county clubs and a member of the Chicago i Tilic welfare Bureau. Tho her technical education ceased when she left Attica she was a convincing and pleasing Public speaker and a woman of great capacity and wonderful executive ability. In the recent Chicago City election she made Public addresses and followed us with a Campaign for funds to keep her settlement House open. The mortgage on that House which had been a source of worry for Many years was cancelled. And then Esther was taken to a Hospital and while friends were arranging for a convalescent fund she past away. She was years of age. L under the heading of Quot suffer Little children to come unto me Quot which was Esther s favorite thought and with illustrations that filled half a Page last saturday s Chicago Tribune gave this touching account of the funeral Quot a merry Little Tav a Ltd real Jun. Hon it Xen de. From s Are Rov arid on t re i s of a whirlwind Lay it a Rinji by it. An Ell of that c la Hoard de Falk-Entein , it h of. Alternately Porr Melin and Livi a i ref i ahle doll Vhirh a in i Awin to a Oto hot uni a m Ain Appeal for help. Ard to that it Elf i Moir it r that Carne yesterday to the. F .i,.-r i of Man. K her the. Falke to Iff j a Lily e Becky Thn, , t. , with to. There of a place in 1. Sor a it Tel. A in i m to. To if a in or and this was a de Attica Giri we Mentzer appointed assessor Saturn May county audit or a the appointment of s. Carl Muntzer of this City As assessor of Logan to ship to fill out the unexpired term of the late Lavitia h. Mien. Or. Meniz a has a Waii died and will take charge of the Olifice at . The work of assessing was practically ii Tiisha this year and l. I. Martin who had been Asisting or. Aden Humph to the c.or.m.ttee representing the Attica work and Tinisha making up the club and formally present j ii an invitation to hold the event Here j the expense of securing a speaker and i of Provini Iii the music will be borne by entire county Are at once and the practice has met with such p of liar a Roval that it will he continued for Many years t l Cost this will be the second time i that the c has Bien held in this City the / d e a i a Heldhre lit Eini j on that cd 1. P. Dav r. d i muck i it Washin to Vas be of the i bikers. I. A. Grathoue, Sapt not Quot. Tic it of instruction Tor Indi i an a and j. G. Cod ii Ott it if sir .m.l,. Fur the idly of 1 i Impolis were also a present mad. Shorter addresses. A Large Crevi i was the ail air was an ii Piring one. I the exercised will be held in the afternoon beginning at a i ii o clock. The graduates will gather at the methodist Church and there Don the Gray Calis and gowns which will be provided and form a which will March Down thru the business Section of the City preceded by the Tationa band and thence on out to the Park Pavilion. Last year the commencement was held at Veedor Burg and the year before at Covington so that it is Attica s turn at this time. The editor of the who will accompany him on the trip. About Twenty live Young people gathered at the Home of lev. And m is c. A. L yer monday evening and gave their daughter May. A pleasant surf Rise the occasion iveing her a the birth Liy. Tiie time was spent i games an a music was much enjoyed by All. Miso Dwyer was presented with a hand a error As a Token of re Mei Thrance. William Watts wife and children who had been visiting relatives in f and Newtown for about three weeks left tuesday for their Home in Chicago. Or. Watts Falber Frank Watts of Fountain is in poor health and they were called to Fountain by his illness. Hubert Ellis publisher t f the new Tot n enter Rise is in trouble with his creditors and the paper has suspended publication pending an adjustment of some sort. Or. endeavouring to make some kind of an arrangement that Wal enable him to move the Plant to sew rows and Start Over. Walton s. Bittner and Edna g. Henry will make addresses delegates from each of the 26 organizations Are expected and the meeting promises to be full of interest. The. It is Vai i h trat . I o �1, r i til of j it to Twen i a a r.-,l to la a 1 j Triin a Imit a meeting that promises to be fraught with interest and help for the mothers of Attica and Vicinity will be held in this City. May 15th. It is the District meeting of the Mother s clubs and Parent teachers associations of ten counties and a Large attendance is expected. There Are 2 it organizations in the District and each is expected to Send at least two delegates and there is no limit to the number that can come so that Large delegations Are expected from some the neighbouring clubs. The District includes the counties of , Warren. Benton White Tippecanoe Carroll Clinton and Montgomery. J the program will include much that will be of interest and help to mothers and teachers. Occupying the chief places on it Are waiters Bittner and miss Edina g. , of Indiana uni. Varsity. I r. Bittner will will give an illustrated lecture on Quot i hid welfare Quot in the Arcatie theater at Loo a. In. And miss Henry will make an a i dress at the afternoon session. The Der of the program will include talks by local Mirds ters reports of District work music by the girls give club a Solo by mrs. F. I other items i 1 1 t. Lt at i i ally Tain a a m e i it the. -. That. I it a t a a a a Tat. I to i list in tie e. R la a -.1 . A i \ Eti at to Tail. Clito 11 e.l to win honors from Wingate in track and Field made by Harrison and Daly crowds state record a t i t. The. A Sar t Hil in 1 h. H is 11 a tie �o�.i a. 1 Amat Quot to. U 11 a i Quot a. A d a be r last t air Walter Handley travelling representative for the Western Union Tele and j. Frank Mcdermond j graph co., with head quarters in new York City visited this week with his Mother mrs. James Handley and Brothers George and Watson. Mrs. Emma Shultz of Newtown and mrs. Joe Galey will Start Quot saturday for a visit in California. Mrs. Shultz Jafffe Milford to go to Lafayette i the club and everything f 0ssibe will be expects to spend the summer with her her a tend it Orn. Or. 1 i an afo of per Lii i or a ihr i .-1 a Ano-h.-. .1. 1 t i to hand the the old f a t to. Orth Ici Manor Flo wed in o the i and lined u More than a Block in each direction. On foot Crutch Street car and Critor came Kje a All for or. Mentzer is a very capable Man for the place and will make a Good official. He is a Veteran of the civil War and has been a Republican Ever since that time doing his part in the local work of the party organization. He recently retired from the Jermond store after a Long service there and his friends Are congratulating him upon the appointment. H. M. Quot Lush was reelected attendance of fairer for the ensuing year by the county or Edue upon at its meeting at saturday. Following his elect 1.in or. Dubb ride a talk t j the trustee. Ii a which a. Appealed to therr. For Eop Rati a and thanks them Fiji the hot thy conferred on him by i Eu to on. Jarsic a. I a Ynot a and wife Are re Reivi Fig Over the birth of a , h in yest Day and named Lth a i Dis Beth tie Stork made Mother visit in town the same Day l Avii g a daughter at the h me of a or. And mrs. W. I. ? on South Brady Street. D Jne to make the affair a Success in every Way. Supt. Livengood stated that he recalled with pleasure the Able cooperation and the excellent Brand of hospitality dispensed by Attica in ltl2 and told the Board it would please him very much if the commencement were held this year in Attica. There were no other places even suggested and the vote was county school kids. The enumeration of school children for Warren county shows a total gain of ten for the entire county Over last year. A year ago there were 2,7 55 and the reports filed with county supt. Evans saturday showed a total of 2a. At the meeting of the county Board of education Henry Anno was reelected attendance officer for the ensuing year his work for the past year having been very satisfactory. Following is the school enumeration in detail Mai final total Adams. 112 in Quot. 227 Jordan. A a in is Kent. In Liberty .2n<i 17 i7> medina.>2 u la Mound. A i r.7 11 a i like. A i it a in Pine. 117i7 Prairie. 1 o7 2otsti Uben 117 Len 227 War i n l i 125 2a Washington. To i a state line. 7 2- it it West la Inni it a. .7 t Al 12.7 Williar sport. If r2 t 27 t Tal i .71 i2tf 271.7 i Ross Marr and Ross Lincoln were in i i tinted into the Loyal neighbor Lodge miss Oira Dick who has been teach tuesday evening. A Large number of ing school in Oklahoma returned to her Home in Jud Yville Friday. The members were present and following the work lunch was served. Son Percy and family who live eight Miles from los Angeles. Mrs. Amanda Cobb and her Niece. Miss Anna Jones returned to their Home in Pine Village saturday after spending the past six months in California. Miss Gladys Greenman. Of Danville 111., visited thursday with friends in this City. She was on her Way to Lafayette to attend a House party. Mrs. Charles Jarvis and son Cleo were Lafayette visitors monday. Cleo is taking treatment from an Eye specialist. Or. And mrs. Charles Small of Shawnee Are the parents of a nine Pound son born sunday morning. He has been named Harold Lee. Clyde Stewart who is with Marshall p held amp co. In Chicago came saturday for a visit with his parents John Stewart and wife. Mrs. George Johnston and daughter Catherine attended the funeral of mrs. Henry Keister in Williar sport monday. John Potts returned to his Home in Rossville 111., monday after a visit with his Uncle. Or. M. T. Case and family. Misses Lillian Edith and Julia Martin were guests Over sunday of miss Mildred Hunter near West Lebanon. Mrs. Mary Green of Flint spent sunday with her son lease Green and daughter mrs. John Beers. T. A. Clifton and son Cooper of Williamsport were in the City wednesday. Lizzie and Ida Hysong of Riverside spent sunday with miss Rae Hodle. Floyd Poston went to Indianapolis monday and returned wednesday with a mar Mon roadster. It is with sincere regret that the people of Attica and Vicinity Learned this week that attorney Charles r. Milford had decided to move from this City to Lafayette. The matter has been under contemplation for some time but a few Days ago the decision was reach and he expects to make the change about june is. In Lafayette he will enter into partnership with attorney Charles Randolph one of the prominent lawyers of that City and will share his Ofhie near the Southwest Corner of the Square. His residence Here has been rented to Waldo Harman and family. Or. Milford will turn Over his Ollice Here to a Young attorney from Indianapolis or. Ernest Lindenbeck. Who arrived in the City wednesday evening. He will retain a partnership interest in the business fur a year after which he will retire leaving the Field to or. Rodenbeck. The latter is a graduate of the Indiana Law school of Indianapolis and has been act icing in that City for about two year. He is married has two children very highly recommended and has a i i it an excellent Impressio ii upon All who have met him. Attica will feel keenly the loss of judge Milford. He has Long Beer one of the prominent citizens of the City and has been of great service to the Community. He has exerted a wholesome influence in politics and in All Public matters he has been among the men who stood in the forefront battling for his conceptions of right and Justice. He regrets to leave the City where he was born and reared but the Opportunity at Lafayette opens a Field of greater usefulness to him and he feels that he cannot afford to turn it Down. Successful meet at Independence saturday afternoon results in Victory for Home team. 42 to Points. In the dual track meet with Wingate saturday afternoon the Attica High school team Defeated Wingate by a score of 12 to and won the Hani some Green Anil White Banner which had been put up As a trophy. The meet was held on Jad Steadman s track at in de Mendence and a Good crowd mostly from this City was in attendance. The events were All closely contested and the records made showed that Attica and Wingate both have some athletes who will certainly attract attention at the coming state meet. The Attica team is made up of i Lenn Harri on. Homer Daly Parke Campbell. Jese a Nice. Jacob Jones and 1 lean Sta Ord. Harrison and 1 a any a to he it Tina s tars the form a Rte Ikin 22 p ants of the 12 credited to Vonaa. The events and results in det ii Over As Yard Lih lir to Chelan a win at. Sec a Hei. Attim third. Time a a a Rie c Dah a i in nor. 1 is 1 re or i Era it. A t 1 thirty a Quot Invar i j the i a i in a Vir or Ite i or a i id a. In thee.wi Ita Toni r a inn re i j i i a White Attar �?zri Hites. Win Gatei third Quot inn minutes i i St i be n run a. .\aia Host. Mad a a Wingate i Secund t Iwin Gatei third. Time 7 minutes 27 seconds. Punning High in iharri.--a- first i it a ii ill he me Secand. Motre i third. Height feet. . Shot i it a than i Wingate first i a in. I a nitrate Scon-i Harns in i third. Distance feet inches. Punning Fiad jump Harris n at tical first torn i Wingate. Second mad 1 Wingate third. Distance i text i 2 incites. >>n.half mile Reh in , first t , Jones Daly. Harrison time 11 this Wek the Tioyi have been training under the coaching of or. A. Sullivan a former Chic Igo University track Man Kaiui hive been making such Progress that both Harrison and Daly have excelled state records in time made. Wednesday evening Daly ran the half in 2 o and the state record for this distance is 2 o7. Wilhite is also crowding Daly close for honors he covering the half mile in2 it a full minute inside the record. Harrison makes his Best showing on the Shorter dashes and has run the 22o-Yard dash in less than the state record time of to Art exhibit. Thursday saturday and sunday of i next week the City schools will hold the annual exhibition of Art manual train i ing and Domestic science work at the school building. The is of i very great interest this year and in i eludes a number of features never i shown before particularly in the Domestic science work. The exhibit will i be opened at Lod o clock thursday and the High school orchestra and girls glee club will give a concert for an hour in connection with the exhibit. T n account of the circus Fri Lay school will be dismiss and on this account the exhibit will not open on that Day. However. In order to per Niit the fathers of the pupils who Are employed during the week Days an Opportunity to see it the exhibit will be open from l ooto7 0 i o clock sunday afternoon. Rthur Smith a Ive of the Anien Cari Gas construction of i of. Newton Iowa arrived in the Eity last night Ai Ai is endeavouring to interest the City in a Gas Plant. Or. Loyal Osborne. Of Detroit or nosed h r parents and friends yesterday evening when she arrived in town for a few plays visit. Loyal will prob ably follow within a Day or so. C. R. Milford was in Crawfordsville on business tuesday

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