Delphi Journal Citizen in Delphi, Indiana
9 Jul 1970

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9 Jul 1970

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Delphi Journal Citizen (Newspaper) - July 9, 1970, Delphi, Indiana The journal citizen a Republican established 183� 114 East main Street Delphi Indiana 46923 second subscription rates in Advance $4.00 out of state $5.00 postage paid at Delphi Indiana 46923 published weekly on thursday member of Indiana Republican editorial association Hoosier state press association consolidated with the Delphi citizen january 1, 1967 gout in faded clippings new papering has its own Peculiar trials and tribulations but it has its own rewards too that can to quite be matched in any other Field of Endeavor. One of our rewards is the Opportunity to bring to the people of the Community vital commercial information what is for Sale How much it costs and where it can be bought. It is no Idle boast that the Cornerstone of the free Enterprise system is our free and Independent press. Likewise it is True that the conduct of government by the people is largely dependent upon the newspaper for information on government and Legal transactions candidates and issues so that the people can make Wise decisions based upon accurate information. A a our commercial advertising in turn enables us to gather and publish information about people places and things known As a the then we have the privilege to. Express our Independent opinions and thoughts on All manner of things under the heading of editorials. Not the least of our Joys is that of passing on to our friends various and sundry items which hopefully May serve to inspire Challenge or to cheer prompt a chuckle or a smile. We never cease to be amazed and gratified at the appearance of an old faded clipping from some cherished hiding place an old Bible a treasure Chest a scrapbook or a diary even a Cookbook. A message found in such an ancient clipping of unknown Vintage or origin seems most appropriate at this time of year when so Many of our youth have left school to embark upon the Rocky Road of life. Do you remember it a May you have. Enough happiness to keep you Sweet a a enough trials to keep you Strong enough sorrow to keep you human enough Hope to keep you Happy enough failure to keep you Humble t enough Success to keep you eager enough friends to give you Comfort enough wealth to meet your needs enough Faith to banish depression enough determination to make each Day better than working for the government some expert has calculated that if you re an a a average income worker then up until the Middle of april you spent All of your time working for the government in the form of local state and Federal taxes. Or another Way of putting it is if so far this year you have been spending All of your income on yourself you can keep right on up to about mid september but starting then and continuing through october november and december you will have to turn All of your income Over to big brother. An honest advertiser proponents of honesty in advertising will find encouragement in an example found in the classified and Section of the Hampton new Hampshire news review last month. It read As follows a camera for Sale takes Lousy pictures will sell cheap. F4.5 Lens. Call Hampton phone number a damage suit Tomm the $100,600 damage suit venue from Tippecanoe county has been dismissed in Carroll circuit court on motion of the plaintiff Gail Taylor defendants in the damage suit Are Russell f. Davis inc., and Norris Ray Miner As agent employee and servant of the corporation and Morris Ray minor individually. Mitchell divorce Barbara e. Hall Mitchell was granted a amp divorce in Carroll circuit court from Jim h. Mitchell in an uncontested action in which the plaintiff was awarded $3,000 in Alimony and the restoration of her form surname of Hall. Boghiu divorce Nancy a. Coghill was granted a divorce in Carroll circuit court this week from James d. Coghill and her Maiden name was restored. Obear and overholser represented the plaintiff and Max Layden was counsel for defendant. Sentence modified Carolyn june Bronston was released from Carroll county jail where she served eight months and 18 Days of a ten months sentence imposed for obtaining drugs by fraudulent Means at Wynkoop pharmacy. Judge Wiliam b. Smith l reduced the sentence to the time she had already served on motion of prosecuting attorney William j. Briggs representing the state of Indiana. Walter estate Crystal m. Waiter was appointed administer matrix of the estate of Robert a. Walter when it was opened in Carroll circuit court through attorney David r. Baum. She posted Bond of $8,000. Inheritance taxes inheritance taxes determined during the month of june totalled $2,631. 81 on ten estates with a total valuation of $609,969.18, according to Gerald Murphy county assessor. The estates were of Andreen Jones Everett e. Scott Jim d. Collins Maude Budrow Jessie l. Myer Charles Noland Odell Oley i. Roach Melvin Roach Bertha Jane Lane and Pearl Hanna. Wage garnishment according to an order in Carroll circuit court wages of Richard Lynch Are to be garnished by Delphi body works to satisfy judgment of $998.78 for Leavell amp Bates. The Carroll circuit court order for Chrysler corporation to Garnish wages of Mason Spence to satisfy judgment of $1,191.68 for general electric credit corporation was reminded on motion of the plaintiff the credit corporation. Ahm div offre Francis alien was granted a divorce from Jeanette alien in Carrol circuit court. Roberta divorce Brenda Lee Roberts was granted a divorce from Ronald Lee Roberts. She was awarded custody of a minor daughter and $225 Alimony. He was ordered to $12.50 weekly for the child a support. Sentence suspended Stephen e. Cripe 19, of Flora appeared before the court on a charge of second degree burglary and entered a plea of guilty to the charge which involved theft this Spring from Bowmans Beauty shop in Flora. Judge William b. Smith gave him a suspended sentence of two to five years at the state reformatory and placed him on probation for five years. William Briggs prosecutor had recommended that Cripe be sentenced for one year at the Indiana state farm. Bishop and Bishop represented the defendant. Obituaries by Logan stranded students continued from Page 1 another fond created with receipt of new state Gas tax refund with the receipt from the state auditor of $87,944.02 in the distribution from the local Road and Street fund for the period of april 1969 until May 1970, county auditor Paul Smith has one More fund added to his books. This brought to 53 the number of afferent funds required to keep the auditors books. Quot a this Money comes from the f first distribution of the 7th and a 8th cent of the new Gas tax. It in to be used for improvement of reads not maintenance of roads or salaries. The Money received will be used on three Road project now planned the Road be Camden and Flora c. R. A Between . 500-e and 70g-e and the Towpath from Carrollton Bridge to Snake Bridge. Construction of Flora contracts for each the last two to for the Towpath Lone bid of $44,-200-s on another Moon to address joint feb meeting Hollys e. Moon of the state farm Bureau legislative department will speak at the joint farm Bureau meeting of All townships in the county Friday evening at 8 . In the Remc auditorium at Delphi. His subject will be Quot Carroll county Indiana Usa and the wide wide committees for the meeting include program a Madison Deer Creek Clay and Democrat townships chairs registration and door prizes a Tippecanoe Jefferson Rock Creek and Adams townships refreshments a Burlington Monroe Carrollton Jackson and Washington townships. Entertainment will be furnished. The Rev. Glenn Friar of the Hickory Grove Church will give devotions. Ice Cream pie and Tea will be served. Those attending should take table to Aux. There will be a pet and Hobby contest. For the 7th marriage u�msb5 a a amp Richad Lee Camer Lafayette and Karmen Dee Sheagley of Cutler were issued a marriage License at Lafayette. Ralph b. Cobbs 37, of it 4, Iron Zorij. Joyee a. Huff 26, Lafayette musician. Judgment on account general Telephone company of Indiana was Given judgment in the sum of $237.63 against Skiles inc., in Carroll circuit court. Jury trial assigned Leonard Harrington appeared in Carroll circuit court with his counsel Vernon St. John of Lafayette for formal arraignment and entered a plea of not guilty to the charge of driving while under the influence. Trial by jury was requested and set for August 24 at 9 30 . Venue to Cass county the Case of Gilbert Rogers of it. 2, Cutler charged with refusal to Send a child to school has been venue from Carroll circuit court to Cass circuit court. Rogers was charged april 23, 1970, in an affidavit signed by Carroll county prosecutor William j. Briggs with refusing to Send his son Paul r. Rogers 11, to the Flora school. The affidavit stated the child had been a trolled in the schools special education department but had not attended school since March 8, 1970. Donald j. Bolinger is counsel for or. Rogers. Hearing Date set a hearing Date at 10 . On August 11 was set in Carroll circuit court on motion to suppress a statement in the Case of the state of Indiana is John c. Cline who is charged with second degree burglary and first degree burglary in two counts in an amended complaint filed by prosecutor William j. Briggs. The court on june 26 ordered the state of Indiana to file a list of a witnesses and depositions were ordered on August 5, prior to the hearing Date by special judge Robert f. Munroe of Tippecanoe county. Pryor and Baum Are attorneys for the defendant. In Rome but that they were having a Good time there. Debra Clem also was Able to talk to her parents or. And mrs. Morris chem of Bringhurst tuesday evening. She was upset because Italy was in an uproar after the government failed. There were Telephone bus and mail strikes. Miss Clem said that no one in the group had received any mail since they arrived in Rome. The american ambassador had told the students that 19 plane loads of americans had left Italy for the u. S. On tuesday and she was worried that something had happened in the states. In a letter to her Boyfriend dated july 2, miss Clem said that they had had trouble from the beginning. They had an hour delay in Chicago because the plane they were to take to Rome had a Flat tire. When they got to Rome took two hours to get to their living quarters at the University because of the bus strike. The Carroll group left wednesday of last week from Purdue Airport. See picture on front Page of second Section of this newspaper they were among Over 200 hoosiers and Over 3,000 american students who became stranded. Luckily expenses for students in Rome had been paid in Advance so they were not out any More Money for room and Board. Their ticket fare Back to Chicago is also covered. Others in Paris Cologne Geneva Vienna Athens and various parts of Yugoslavia Are not so fortunate. Some have run out of funds but Are being taken care of by the american embassy or by native families. Many students have already paid the entire Cost of the tour and not even left the United states. The Cost was about $1,000 per student plus extra personal expenses. The Agency which has declined comment has organized Tours for several years with satisfied customers so parents had no reason to think this summer would be any different. The worst part for some is that those weeks months and maybe years of savings brought Only a Small amount of happiness compared to their expectations. Ben Logan 86, of 134 e. North St., Delphi died at 8 . Thursday of last weak at his Home. T born september 15, 1893, in White county he was the son of George w. And Ruth h. William Logan. He was married to Olive Tribbett nov. 6, 1916. She survives. He was a retired plumber and a member of the United methodist Church. Survivors Are a son Raymond of Lafayette two daughters mrs. Edward Busch and mrs Fred Baraby both of Delphi a brother Haroldf of Burnettsville two Sisters mrs. Carl Gros of grand rapids mich., and mrs. Evelyn Pitman of Burnettsville ten grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Services were held sunday afternoon at the Jackson funeral Home in Delphi with Rev. Ralph Hankins officiating. Burial was in morning Heights cemetery. Mrs. Mary Ginn mrs. Mary Ginn 68, of 1114 n. Main St., Monticello died at 2 . July 4th at her Home. She had been ill with a heart condition for six months. She was born july 1, 1902, in Carroll county the daughter of Robert a. And Evite Caldwell Anderson. Her marriage july 6, 1931, was to Earl Ginn. She was a graduate of Oklahoma state University and a school teacher. She was a member of the presbyterian Church. Surviving with the husband Are two sons Howard Ginn of Lancaster Calif. And Robert w. Ginn of Springfield a. A daughter Margaret Yeaman of Cherry Hill n. J. Four Brothers George and Floyd Anderson of Delphi or. A. W. Anderson of Monticello and Harry Anderson of Park Hill Oklahoma a sister mrs. Stella Hidman of Minneola Kansas and 12 grandchildren. A son preceded her in death. The Rev. Wallace Mcdonald officiated at services tuesday afternoon at Jackson funeral Home in Delphi. Interment was in pleasant run cemetery North of Delphi. Brian Draper Kinney Purmont e. Miller Buck Creek 589-3154 mrs. Michael Nazar and family of Bloomburg pa., Are visiting her Mother mrs. Arthur Roth and or. Roth and other relatives and friends. Is and mrs. James Martin Are the parents of a daughter Heather Cristine Jean born last week at Home Hospital. Rev. And mrs. Paul Garner moved to the United methodist parsonage. Morris Roth of Vestal n.y., is visiting his father Arthur Roth and mrs. Roth. Or. And mrs. Harley Helmuth and family attended a Reavis family get together at North Manchester on sunday. Mrs. Lucille Mckinley and Joe Mccullough of Sullivan were re cent guests of the former a son Tom Mckinley and family. Average Jive expectancy for women in Holland in 75.9 years. Brian Draper Kinney six week old infant died wednesday of last week in the Riley Hospital Indianapolis. He had been ill since birth. Born May 14, 1970, in Kokomo he was the son of Ralph and Jane Draper Kinney of Kokomo. Surviving with the parents Are one brother the grandmother and the great grandparents or. And mrs. Ernest Black of Delphi. Services were held Friday in Kokomo with burial in Crown Point cemetery. Mrs. Henry Bailey mrs. Sarah Alice Bailey 84, of Burlington died at St. Joseph Hospital Kokomo monday morning. She had been ill since april. Born at new Waverly Cass county May 17,1886, she was the daughter of John and Ida Belle Hunter Mooney. In 1925 she was married to Ernest Exmeyer who died in 1947. In 1950 she married Henry o. Bailey who survives. She had lived in the Burlington Community for Over 18 years where she was a member of the first Brethren Church and the order of Eastern Star. She is also survived by one son Charles Hammond of it. 5, Peru. She was taken to then tune funeral Home in Burlin tort and then to the Eikenberry funeral Home in Peru where services were held wednesday afternoon. Burial was in it. Hope cemetery at Peru. Mrs. Gladys Rodenbarger mrs. Gladys Leona Rodenbarger 32, of it. 2, Delphi died Early wednesday morning of an apparent heart attack at her Home in West Delphi. Her death occurred in her sleep. She had been hospitalized recently but her death was unexpected. Born in Indiana May 17, 1918, she was the daughter of Frank and Sylvia Riggle Felix. Her marriage was to Joe Rodenbarger. She was the West Delphi correspondent for the journal citizen at Delphi for Many years. She was a member of St. Matthews lutheran Church and West Side Flower club. Surviving with the husband Are four sons Robert of Hillard Florida Thomas of Frankfort Max of Colburn and Steven of it. 2, Monticello a daughter mrs. Jean Mummert of Monticello a brother Joe Felix of Delphi three Sisters mrs. Ruth Woolridge mrs. Goldie Underhill and mrs. Annabel Frick All of Delphi and 13 grandchildren. Services will be Friday at 2 . At Jackson funeral Home with the Rev. Paul Borg officiating. Interment will be in River View cemetery at Monticello. Friends May Call at the funeral Home after 4 . Thursday. Cyril Leroy Bowman Cyril Leroy Bowman 67, lifelong resident of Rockfield died unexpectedly at his residence at noon tuesday. He had been ill with a heart condition. Born november 27, 1902 at Rockfield he was the son of Roy and Lula Groninger Bowman. He retired in 1964 from Alcoa where he was a guard. He was an elder in the Rockfield presbyterian Church. His marriage March 16, 1928, was to Gertrude Gish. Surviving with the widow Are a son Herbert Bowman of it. 3, Delphi a sister mrs. Thelma Yerkes of Camden and a grandson. Funeral services will be at 1 . Thursday at Jackson funeral Home in Delphi where friends May Call. The Rev. David Bickett will officiate and interment will be in the roof cemetery at Rockfield. Linn mrs. Mary Fulks a daughter was born june 30 in Home Hospital to or. And mrs. James Martin of Delphi. A six Pound six ounce daughter Dawn Michelle was born june 30 in St. Elizabeth Hospital to or. And mrs. James l. Robertson of Bel Aire trailer court Lafayette. The Mother is the former Brenda Delaney daughter of or. And mrs. Lawrence Delaney of Delphi. Or. And mrs. James l. Robertson of Dayton Are the paternal grandparents. A daughter was born july 1 in Home Hospital to or. And mrs. Clyde Wolf of Camden. Or. And mrs. Robert Kelly of Bringhurst Are parents of a daughter born july 1 in Home Hospital. Or. And mrs. Ronald Flora of Lewisburg Ohio Are parents of a six Pound 12 ounce son Roland Evan born july 1. Or. And mrs. Carl j. Flora of it. 1, Camden Are the paternal grandparents. Or. And Filbrun of Trotwood Ohio Are the maternal grandparents. Or. And mrs. Glenn Berry of Delphi Are parents of a daughter born july 5 in Home Hospital. Or. And mrs. Bill Adams of Flora Are parents of a five Pound four ounce son Michael William born june 23 at Home Hospital Lafayette. Grandparents Are or. And mrs. Von Burton and or. And mrs. Cecil Adams All of Flora. Or. And mrs. Harold Smith of Burlington Are parents of an eight Pound 11 vis ounce son Larry Gene born july 2 at Clinton county Hospital Frankfort. Or. And mrs. John Conrad of it. 2, new Albany Are parents of a seven Pound 15 ounce daughter Melissa Kay born july 6. The Mother is the former Shirley Hil Debran daughter of or. And mrs. George Hildebran of it. 2, Brook Ston. Paternal grandparents Are or. And mrs. Willard Conrad of coi Don. Maternal great grandparents Are or. And mrs. Walter Martin of Bradenton Florida and or. And mrs. Harry Hildebran of it. 3, Delphi. Kirk Alan Westerman graveside services were held at 1030 . Monday in the masonic cemetery at Delphi for Kirk Alan Weste mum. Rev. Charles Williams officiated. He died at 5 09 pm sunday at Home Hospital Lafayette where he was born at 3 45 that morning. He was the son of pfc William and Diane Ward Westerman of it. 1, Bringhurst. His father is serving with the armed forces in Vietnam. He is also survived to 09 maternal grandmother mrs Lowell Ward of it. To bring Hunt the paternal grandparents or. And mrs. William Westerman at it. Wayne and the maternal great Grandfather Orville Ward of re i Delphi. Carter funeral Home of Flora was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Mary Deluca Fulks 50, of it. 2, Monticello died at 8 30 . Tuesday in her Home at c amp c Beach following an illness of a year. She was born in Kentucky and married Warren g. Fulks or. In 1941. She was Secretary of the Lake Freeman civic association and was a member of the Navy mothers club. She attended the Yeoman methodist Church. Surviving with the husband Are two sons both in the Navy and a brother and a sister. Rites Are pending at Soller Baker funeral Home in Lafayette. Bruce Huddleston Bruce Huddleston 77, of Dayton Ohio passed away july 7 at a Hospital there. He was born in Ervin township and had been a resident of the Burlington Community until the family moved to Ohio in 1928. Survivors include his widow two sons two Sisters mrs. Omer Rodkey of Burlington and mrs. Maude Wilson of it. 1, Kokomo. Two Brothers Howard Huddleston of Burlington and Charles Huddleston a of Alexandria preceded him in death. Services will be held at Dayton today and burial will follow there. Pfc. Paul a. Tharp pfc. Paul a. Tharp of Kirklin brother of Carroll Tharp of Delphi was killed in Vietnam according to word received by relatives. The 20-year-old Soldier was in a military vehicle which was struck by a land mine. He had been in the service since september 1969. Survivors Are his parents or. And mrs. James Tharp his wife Linda four Sisters and five Brothers. Feb Talent winners enter District contest three groups from Carroll county will participate in the District farm Bureau Talent contest tuesday afternoon at 1 30 at the White county 4-h Fairground at Reynolds. Contestants in the three classes from eight counties will compete for three winners in each class that will be chosen for the farm Bureau state fair program to be Friday september 4. The ones selected from Carroll county to participate in the contest at Reynolds include Kevin and Lori Kremer in group 1, Denise Horn in group 2, All of Deer Creek township and Diane Willy of Deer Creek township and mrs. Robert Mills of Jefferson township in group 3. Ockley mrs. Mary Jackson Cutler 268-2679 Jill Steinhagen of Mishawaka is visiting her sister mrs. Albert Tengelitsch and family. Several from Here called at the Sullivan Lloyd funeral Home at Delphi tuesday evening to respect to the family of Ronald Richardson. Or. And mrs. Burton Honan spent the july 4th weekend with friends at Columbus. Or. And mrs. Leroy Pearson and family of Ockley and or. And mrs. Eugene Redmon of c amp c Camp spent saturday evening with Harley and Clifford Pearson. Cheryl Wilson of Delphi and the two Small children of or. And mrs. David Hoshaw were reportedly involved in an Accident when the Driver lost control of the and hit a Telephone pole and broke it off in Ockley where the . Church formerly stood. The Sullivan Lloyd ambulance was called and took the group to a Delphi physicians office. They a Cere treated and released to mrs. Hoshaw. Or. And mrs. Albert f. Tengelitsch of Mishawaka just returning Home from a trip to Europe visited their son Albert e. Tengelitsch and family Here. Or. And mrs. Ronald Bolinger and sons of Lafayette spent saturday evening with or. And mrs. Argust sheets and Cheryl. Or. And mrs. Lotie Haslet flew to Atlanta Georgia for a few Days visit with their daughter mrs. Fred Hanson and husband. They returned Home tuesday evening. Or. And mrs. Richard Pearson of Heath mrs. Ruth Berger and mrs. Gladys Cushman of Lafayette spent sunday with Harley and Clifford Pearson. . And mrs. Revis Morton and daughter Pamela visited or. And mrs. Al e. Tengelitsch and family. Mrs. Morton is a sister to or. Tengelitsch. The Morton Are Here from Germany As he is on leave from the armed forces. Or. And mrs. Sam reef of Decatur 111., spent the weekend with or. And mrs. George Pearson. Mrs. John Mccormick entertained the Madison township Extension homemakers club at her Home wednesday evening at 8 . Several from Here attended the Rossville Centennia 1 Celebration july 1 july 5. Mrs. Esther Beamer of Camden spent a few Days with her sister mrs. Dorothy Felthoff. Mrs. Beamer returned Home sunday and mis. Felthoff returned Home with her for the week. Mrs. George Pearson accompanied her brother Sam reef and his wife to their Home at Decatur 111. Or. Reef has accepted employment near Here and will locate Here in the near future. Or. And mrs. Lotie Haslet visited or. And mrs. Sam Hurley sunday near Rossville. Or. And mrs. Robert certain and family spent the weekend with the latter a parents or. And mrs. Fred Daugherty at West Union Illinois. Or. Susan Fagan mrs. Susan n. Fagan 27, of it. 3, Lafayette drowned wednesday afternoon of last week while attempting to Rescue her five year old son from the Tippecanoe River about three Mues South of Springboro at a Point where Tippecanoe Carroll and White counties converge. She had been carrying her son David on her shoulders when tragedy struck. Mrs. Fagan reportedly was a Good swimmer but was not wearing a flotation device. Or. T. Noal ferry was in his nearby cottage when he heard screams and went to he Seene the Little boy could not swim but stayed afloat by splashing and kicking until the physician rescued him. Or. Ferry also found mrs. Fagan got her to Shore and tried to revive her tor 30 minutes by applying artificial respiration. Mrs. Fagan was a 1960 graduate of Delphi High school and a member of the first Christian Church of Lafayette where she was a sunday school teacher. She was a girl scout Brownie Leader. She was the daughter of Lewis and Catherine Sage and was married in 1961 to Dennis l. Fagan. Surviving with the husband Are a daughter and two sons All at Home her Mother and a brother Rex Sage both of Lafayette and two Sisters mrs. James Carroll of Logansport and Sally Sage at Home her paternal grandmother mrs. Roy Sage of Marion. Final rites were saturday afternoon at Lafayette and interment was in Tippecanoe memory gardens. Mrs. Fagan formerly lived at Yeoman where she was married. Presbyterians of county plan or i happening a a Zjr i happening a on the theme Quot everything is Beautiful will take place August 4 at Geneva Center in Rochester. The All Day event is being planned by the Carroll county area ministry comprised of Burrows Cutler Delphi Flora Hopewell North and Rockfield United presbyterian churches. Young people who will be in grades seven and eight this fall will participate in the happening which will include music worship a theme study swimming hiking and creative expression. Geneva Center is a Retreat facility of the Synod of Indiana of the United presbyterian Church and an extensive camping and conference program is carried out there year round. Coordinator for the August event is mrs. Jerry Blue of Hope Well North United presbyterian Church. Others on the planning committee include mrs. Vernon Frantz Burrows mrs. Daniel Brown Flora mrs. Dick Bishop Flora mrs. Charles Rice Delphi mrs. Don Jewell Cutler and mrs. Melvin Dawson Rockfield. There will be a one Dollar registration fee. Or his wishing to attend May inform their pastors or youth advisors. Adina Rebekah Adina Rebekah Lodge 79 will meet Friday at 8 . For its regular session at the roof Hall i Delphi

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