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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - April 3, 1939, Greencastle, Indiana0 the weather a fair pm c Ooi. I Quot 0 the Datcy Banner a it Waves ally 0i, United press service All tiie Home news 04 4h4-44# me potty seven tee Nastle Indiana monday april 1939. So. 144 f. Ii Kris pissed away Sukdav night Mikk n War vet Hll been ill. Perky Kush to sing Kkt Quot t\1� years in Indianapolis a a students in spelling contest sat. Ii Kimi ii it it in Quot is Quot i 1 Yitts will id at the Homo of need am noon Riten by Earl l Ink amp e a Harris 6.3 years old a ran of tie Spanish american died at Home at 6.32 East thin Futon St Greencastle. at 10 15 of clock. He had sen us condition for two a a or Nimori and underwent a a operation in a Terre haute hos-1 last year before moving to Leucas a to reside late last year a a residence prior to that had been Lem. West of , where was superintendent of the Root company a Plant for fifteen Harris was bom on a farm in a county november 3. 1876 he so there until his Early manhood i it was while yet on the farm it h s m be to miss Dorothy Irle of now Franklin mo., of de. In 1906. His parents were ears of Vigo county Ley became the parents of two and four daughters George and yes Carlisle Harris at Home Dor a a teacher in the greenest c a it is Gibbens Muscat in. Mrs. Sarah Boesen Greencastle miss Ethel f. Harris a teacher the Fern school. These children the widow survive him. One ther Yvo h. Harris lives it Leville. New Jersey. 4r. Harris served three years in United states army As a Mem of the seventh company. United tes artillery enlisting Dur the spa Midi american War. From Ana. He was stationed at fort Tancas fla., during that period was my ered out with the rank Corporal which rank he had held 5 ume. J Leral services for or. Harris he held at the Home at 2 of clock a essay afternoon the military being Given by the Earl Fisk of the United Spanish War rans of which he was a mein. Having been commander of the p at one time. The religious ser will be conducted by the Rev ure. F the Gobin Memoria i to Jit Church. Interment will be at it Hill cemetery. Hai Ris also was a member elks be of Greencastle. Perry Rush of Greencastle. Will sing the Tenor solos of the Verdi oratorio m Minzoni requiem in the Tabernacle presbyterian Church. 34th Street and Central Avenue. Indianapolis the h evening. The Lio rus num Betty cu.m.xiing8 and Thomas Bers be rendered by the Church choir. Parts of the requiem were \ broadcast Over a fam Indianapolis. K in la Lull were winners in respective grades go to final Competition represent tilt Ives from tirades one to four had of 25 words of suitable difficulty a Gillespie i stale \ inner 1 Dipete in District Kim a p to in Arbor in my. A april 15 sunday afternoon beginning at 1 30 of clock. Or. Rush appearing on that program and at 4 30 the same afternoon he appeared As guest soloist in the first Christian Church at Terre haute in .3 rendition of Sta Bat mater. Or. Rush has been ten or soloist at the Tabernacle Church eleven years. Story of operetta history each ii lil a Daniel Boone to be presented tuesday night by the a Cappella choir the Story of the operetta. A Daniel Boone a to be presented at 8 of clock tuesday night in the High school auditorium by the a Cappolla choir is accurate historically in every possible respect. Geoffrey f. Morgan author of the libretto has taken considerable pains in making the characters authentic. The various incidents upon which the operetta is built have their origin in the recorded biographies of Daniel Boone and the history of the settling of Kentucky. The action takes place in the year of 1776. At the Timo when the colonies were struggling for their Independence. It shows Daniel Boone anti a group of settlers bearing Many hardships at Boonesborough on Theka Tucky River. The stage setting is an exact reproduction of the Boonesborough stockade where Boone lived. It depicts an open space amid Forest Trees with the stockade in the background. The operetta opens with the chorus of settlers in Pioneer attire singing the initial narrative of their a pressing on into the the music by Samuel Richards Gaines is Beautiful and descriptive of the event taking place. The choruses in the operetta have particular significance in that they interpret much of the action. The students selected for the chorus Are Mary e. Able Josephine adar. Fern Alexander Barbara Bartlett. Effie Brant. Lolly Brendle. Joan Crawley Anna m. Eitel. Carol Eiteljorge Dorothy Etter. Bonnie Goldsberry. Ranova Hubble. Mary e. Johnson Pauline Johnson. Marlon Mcbride Mary Neal. Maxine Roberta Jane Smith Aileen York. Joe Bamberger Eugene Hube. John Nelson. Or. Eugene Newgent. Frank Overhalser and Max Roberta. The chorus of Indian braves including Robert Burton Russell Grimes. James Hood. William Jones Charles Lemmink and Hubert Scott plays a colourful part in the operetta t with their song of peace and tribal endear. University re g Eliz the spelling contest of the Putnam county school pupils held in the High school in Greencastle saturday was participated in by approximately 135 of the students each Grade in ea<3h school of the county sent in a representative. Selected in a primary contest anal saturday All of the first grades for instance had their contest All of the second graders had theirs and so on so that from All of the first graders of the county there was thus chosen one representative to go into the final. The representatives from grades one to four inclusive had a list of 25 words of suitable difficulty pronounced before them and the participants wrote each word As it was called some of the contestants making splendid scores. This contest from grades one to four was won by Betty Cummings of Cloverdale her teacher being miss Coia Cline and she received a gift Pencil. In a similar manner grades five to eight inclusive from Over the county. Had their Competition and it was won by Thomas e. Pierce of the Belle Union school. He also was named Winner in the final and received for his school the cup which is awarded annually. Both of these students turned in perfectly spelled lists. The participants with their teachers. Were As follows first Grade. Doris Strain Washington township no. 10 teacher. Myrtle Landes. Second Grade Geraldine Frances Webb. New Maysville teacher. Mrs. Imogene Wilson. Third Grade. Wilma Lois Malayer new Maysville teacher mrs. Wilson. Fourth Grade Betty Jean Cummings. Cloverdale teacher Cora Cline. Fifth Grade Patty Lou Ryan Roachdale Vamp Cher Mary Hale. Sixth Grade Elsie Alipe Mckeehan Bainbridge teacher Arthur e. Miller. Seventh Grade. Adrienne Webb Russellville teacher miss Bernice Ruark. Eighth Grade Thomas Pierce Belle Union teacher. Glen Neier. The words Given to the contestants from grades one to four were the following some need. In. Are. So. Out. He. His by. Made help this. Thus which know those times these should one often learn been will each. The words Given grades five to eight were gentleman celebrate appearance. Improvement league Cal join. Usual aver negotiations for stopping Hitler Start it Lutish pledge to Aid Rumania in event of attack by Germany a Iamb Glain meets leaders coveted by Germany a announcement in commons by prime minister Chamberlain that England and France would Aid Poland against invasion gives Assurance of safety to Gdynia Poland s Baltic seaport at exit of polish corridor. A View of the Harbor City is Given Here. Local boy is n awards committee Gerald look he Kkt. Fresh Man x i i bin coring in animal Iii so an dry Gerald i. Clod Felt 1 son of or. Anti mrs. Ray clo Feltt 1 of gift enc Astl it is serving on the awards committee of the Purdue egg and Chick show. Or. Clodfelter is a its min in the school of agriculture and is majoring in animal husbandry. Hot hoi 1 both a Lynwood and a 4-h club scholarship. He is a member of the Alpha Gamma rho 1 ate mity the Hoof and Horn Clu it club 01 former 4-h club members poultry club and is Active in student Union work. In High school Gerald had an attractive record. H not Only was a City Council to meet the Greencastle City Council meets this evening in regular session. This is the first meeting under their new program which names the first and third mondays of each month in place of the former meeting Date which was the second and fourth tuesdays. Soldiers ordered to report to lamp u Trio cities seek to get the food situation Back to Normal Madrid. Apr m 3 it up it a nation Alist authorities today ordered All Republican soldiers in the Madrid area to report to concentration Camps High ranking student in his class but for classifications As to their Libil he took part in baseball and Basket Ity to reprisals for opposing the a Ball was an officer of his class a member of the athletic Board business manager of to year Book participated in the 1 Nior play and worked on the student newspaper. The Purdue egg and Hick show will be held May 4 5 and 6 in the poultry building. Classes arc open to everyone and no entry fee is charged. For further information write Max Myers Purdue poultry building West Lafayette Indiana. Mrs. Sharp died suddenly Saluda Tion lists in the civil War. Authorities sought urgently to be the food situation Back to Normal people were shivering in threadbare garments and were seriously undernourished. Physicians arrived Here said that there were thousands of cases of tuberculosis. Many people were so weak they could not carry a Normal Load upstairs. Undernourishment was particularly not Ceable among children physicians said and they feared a serious situation if there was a sudden outbreak of influenza. Spic Greencastle. And dance. This features Promise to be age Soldier Mountain College in a a the Campbell Brazil. A Mph lights in the production. Usual altogether dentist sincerely. Dee red state winners in the 10 1 it ice divisions of the Indi a 1 Ion of music clubs con 1,1 n Indianapolis saturday Tut. A liners they will compete ,1 1 contest at Ann Arbor a Igan april 15. 1,1 tiers Are students at do a i Nim sity. Or. Gillespie is a a toni in the College of Liberal a student of Edward in piano. Miss Campbell is Al m 1 dying voice under Edna 1 a she is a member of 11 choir and the newly or 12 1 my 1 Nigal singers. Cooperation splendid a a shown by the students in perfecting a incapable their parts in order to give a highly museum entertaining and interesting performance. B. Yvo. Bergethon music supervisor is director of a Daniel has been sacrifice umbrella electric torrents parenthesis hindered Hep bar w Leader Dies Chicago eral Servic it s april 3.�? up a fun Wili be held tomorrow a a vented from Remoy ipg Street signs Elkhart. Ind. April .3 a up a 11 a by commission employees ult to. Prevented from removing a Quot tril Street signs to prevent 1 a 1 Ltd travelling through the v i strap Ning order obtained i it officials. H order was the first step by the 1 in Tain its Power to Forit h 1� use specified routes ugh the City. The Highway com 11 challenged the Power inst in l ordered the signs removed. For George f h r 1 no. 70. Republican National committeeman for Illinois. Who died yesterday at his Home. He was a millionaire real estate operator an Art and antique cd Hector and loader in his party for More than 30 years. Last rites held for Homer Manuel brother of Bury Maxi be of a keen died at Indian x Polis raids Are basis for Federal cases daughter of the it liar lie Dobbs will Vicki i Here tonight mrs Montie Dobbs Sharp daughter of the late Charlie Dobbs of this City died suddenly saturday evening at 9 of clock at or Home in flt it it to Mich. Death was due to a heart attack. Mrs. Sharp was born and spent her earlier life in Putnam county. She we a gradual of the Greencastle High school. Survivors an the husband Arthur Sharp her Mother mrs Lou Dobbs 1 f Indiana 1 a a 12 Dobbs of Marion township. The funeral party will arrive in Greencastle this evening at 6 35 of clock Over the new York Central. The body will be taken to the Rector funeral Horn where services will be Millers Kell Lse to go to work Sim proxy \ went into effect with first shift monday morning still and other liquor making apparatus Seiei near Brunerstown new York april 3. Up three fourths of the soft Coal mining �?~11 try was brought to a standstill in when 3.38,000 miners of the a up Region refused to report 1 r w Ork because representatives of the Cio affiliated United min yorkers of America and employers had failed to agree on a new contract. The shutdown wont into effect with the first shift this morning. It of a cute 1 mostly Pennsylvania and West Virginia and some mines in hit res Sproch it British unimpressed think treaties a Lii Germany of Little value London. April 3.�?< up a great Britain warned Adolf Hitler today that she Means business in creating a. European peace front backed by vast military Power to maintain the Independence of All nations and Prev domination of the w orld. London. A Ril 3.�?<up>�?negotiations for a four Power a Stop Hitler bloc including great Britain. France. Poland and Rumania will Start Here tomorrow it was under to stood today As the result of a British pledge to Aid Rumania in event 1 of an attack by Germany. News of the new pledge which was similar to that Given Poland came i As the House of commons assembled i for a full dress debate on foreign affairs. Col Josef Beck. Polish foreign. R m r. Arrived this afternoon to a opiate with prime minister Neville Chamberlain and Viscount Halifax foreign Secretary the military and political details of the pledge to Poland. Viorel v Tilea. Rumanian min a ter to London was due to leave Bucharest today to join in talks Writh Chamberlain. Halifax Beck and Andre Charles Corgin. The French ambassador on formation of the four Power anti aggression bloc. Actually a bloc of six nations a d now in Prospect for Russia was understood to be a silent partner and Turkey was said to be willing to join directly in a a Stop Hitler pact. Adolf hitlers speech of saturday and Battery and so n. There is yet warning that Germany would resist on the docket one Chargi of i Volun any Effort to encircle it and threat tary manslaughter which has been Ning to denounce the British Ger pending several terms the defendant Man naval treaty left the British Unbe ing 3 non resident. Impressed. They look the View that three pages of the docket or sonic treaties with Germany were of Little 120 entries Are Gumlia ships. Nearly value at Best to other parties. 200 Putnam county estates Are in the process of settlement in the Putnam court Many a of them due for final settlement this present term hut they w ill be replaced doubtless by new cases of that character. The is Are up vae res involving f pcs. Damages an i Ceivalle sort of falling within the 1 the Best known Are the two suit works department r cd is to collect dollars alleged do Tion. Twice of tin Perty and a Sourn these two Casis 11 hearing this term Turney general of state s attorney. April term of court open to a will continue until july 1 when summer recess will begin the april term of the Putnam circuit court opened monday morning. It will cont nut unt l july 1, when the summer recess will Start and continue until the beginning of the september term the fourth monday of that month the docket for the april term a not heavier than usual As regards the number of cases but there arc in Prospect some hard fought contests which will add zest to the Calendar. The state cases on the criminal docket have been steadily reduced in number until now they occupy but one Page of the printed docket there being 42 of them. Of the a five Ato based on some phase of drunkenness six on desertion of child or wife Throe for failure to provide three assault is of 250 civil red Bures Divor almost every con ourt proceedings Neil classification. These probably against the w Atoria which the stale everal thousand for the Examina water works pros. In past years to come to final it of court. The at the state is the confiscate 50 pin Ball machines at Brazil Brazil. Ind. April 3.�? up it a police today held 50 pin Ball Natch valued it a a approximately $10 000 which they seized in a raid on a Valt it store building on a search warrant sworn to by Pearl Johnson. Johnson swore to the w arrant after levying charges that he was a a framed a and lied about by other i it machine interests. Police con it a a a 70 of his machines last Anker ii inner chant is Fielit conducted tur of clock. Intern the Stilesville Lay afternoon at 2 Alabama int will be met cry. Made in the raid last year of government internal Revenue men in the Rocky Fork falling Rock Region a Vernl Intra Southwest of the Keyty a town Cross rails on the Putnam Parke county line West of Brunerstown in i which a huge still and other liquor1 making apparatus was seized and several arrests were made is the Lias is of a number of Federal rates i which Are on the Spring term docket of the Federal court at Terre Hautur convening this morning. In the Case nine persons Are charged with violating internal Revenue Laws by Possession of distilling apparatus and 550 Gallons of alcohol. Most of the defendants Are Chi credit association to meet the meals it of the puts i Verity credit Asso lat Lam will meet monday evening us 7 50 o clock at the credit association office in the first citizens Bank building. Last r tes War held at 10 o clock monday Forenoon at Greenwood for the Rev. Homer Manuel Loans Arm some were reported to Ville brother of Asbury Manuel of i a Quot to sponsor annual easter ego Hunt american legion will hold the Raster egg Hunt for the cell a the City Park easter Sun b a Call Eddie Buis or Greencastle. His death occurred Friday in the methodist Hospital at Indianapolis. Burial was in the Greenwood cemetery. The Rev. Mini incl was 71 years old other survivors Are the widow. Mrs Turtle Manuel a daughter. Min. Martha Hugh Hanks of Spencer a stepdaughter. Mrs Fern Dawson of Southport two Sisters. Mrs. Elza Beth Lacy fed Burg. And mrs. Eva be fugitives the still and alcohol wore taken on the property of Elmer w. Mostoller in Parke county. Stanley Slesur John Stankus. Stanley Wasielewsky and Roy Powell have All pleaded guilty before judge Robert c. Baltzell at Indianapolis but Alec Mann and James Shannon have pleaded not guilty. Three others Are expected to be apprehended and in court today. 20 y cars ago in Greencastle unionist spokesmen said the stoppage was in no sense a strike. The miners Long operating under the i ule a no contract no work Quot stand to lose approximately $1,500,000 daily in wages. The old contract expired at Midnight Friday. Organizations r denounce fian miss Ruth is wart assistant Iii the office of county agent Fouts was among the Sielck Halbert Phillips just released from the army resumed his work with til Quot Memphis Connie racial Appeal. Jennie Gardner was worthy Matron of the Greencastle chapter of the Eastern Star. Slevc Thomas and Ross Runyan went to Detroit to drive Hack two Dodge cars for the Thomas buggy producers federations the Foi i National farm groups proposals by chairman Norton Washington. April 3. Up four National farm organizations today joined in cd noun no proposals by chairman Mary Norton. A. N. J. Of the House labor committee to Amend the wage hour act t it bring agricultural workers under its jurisdiction. A statement signed by the Ameri can farm Bureau federation the National Grange the co operative company. James Zeis was president of the High school Sophomore class. Bertram Huestis vice president and Gertrude. It is reported that approximately look the Proal plumbing hop North aide of weekly of Columbus and other Bro wltnes8e8 wii1 be called to tes Gram committee were Elva Ayler. Friday afternoon. All thers. Richard Manuel of Jasonville. I Ralph Crosure Cornelia Allen. Atli is will be greatly appreciated and Frank Manuel of Westport. W As precede d by a Kyd French sea i \ no piloted by v Al 1 v i Marseilles franc.-. April .3. A up the pen american airways 11-ton flying boat Yankee Clipper arrived at Marignani Airport it 4 47 a. M. A est it today after a 370-mile Overland flight from Bisca Rosse military Ai drome my Bordeaux on the Bay of Biscay. The Yankee Clipper was to Contin up tomorrow morning to Southampton England Eastern terminus of its Shakedown flight to Europe and Back. The Clipper had intended flying from Lisbon Portugal direct to Marseilles. But. Because of forecasts of bad weather it flew by Way of Bis Wosic. Preceded by a new French seaplane which was piloted by Michael do Troat French aerobatic Ace. The Clipper flew from Biaca Rosse Over the Landes Pine Forest and followed the Garonne River and the Providence coast. Hundreds of european air technicians greeted the Crew Here. Franco postpones entry Lisbon. April 3. 1 up a an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Lisbon reported today that Generalissimo Francisco Franco. Spanish nationalist Leader had postponed his i published a statement in the 1 my newspaper demanding that All forma of gambling including card r i a in. For Money Bank nights and a Ball and racing Pool be barred. Shoots self Warsaw. April 3 up a col. Valery Slawek. 60 twice Premier and cd. P Collaborator f the late marshal t. Of Pilsudski lie today of a self Quot of acted pistol wound. Slawek shot himself at his Home Iasi night. Police said that he shot him. If because of personal matters. Relief i t stands Washington. April 3.�? up a a Senate appropriations sub commit the rejected today a motion to restore the $50.000.000 Cut by the ii Ai he from the president s emergency Relief request. The subcommittee postponed action on the measure pending consideration of moves to recommend a reduction below the $100,000.000 approved by the House. ? it q o o 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 today a weather 0 0 and 0 0 local temperature 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 fair tonight and probably tuesday not much change in tempera Turc. Tonal co operative Council and the agricultural producers labor committee. Said instead of helping these amendments would Hurt the Farmers an1 Ilc Troy in great measure Protection for Al it u Raue a Quot. Already afforded by the i waa 111 of influenza at Burgos. 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