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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - April 8, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaIt a a the Quot eat Ike la a let am warmer a a a a the daily Banner a it Waves for ally5 to United service v my. The Home news t Ulm forty seven gheencast1j3, Indiana saturday Al Hli 8, 1 Ltd it. No. 149 univ attend 0 a Friday i Mon time makes changes appearing in this Issue of the daily Banner is a War Story from . Written by mrs. Dorothy service Packard probably the Only woman tangible my s am evidence women of. Thue or Kiti i. Trend tel by Sim houses close voices 1 ter Day there were speaker. Each taking one of be. of Christ a any men and women of this com Nulty gave u Gible evidence yes that their thoughts have a War co respondent of our time. It is also Likely to be the fore runner of other women who take up War corresponding for the thrill they might get from it. Mrs. Packard started her unusual career by going into a Topia with Mussolini a army her husband is head of the up Bureau in rom and she has done a lot of unusual reporting since going to Italy and into the Central european countries. A a Jav mss ritual trim at least during these in jays of the lenten season. Cri notice in preparation for the easter egg Hunt the legion committee consisting of Raymond Baldwin. Lawrence Days get ine be Mai Aco aun Crump Fred , e�1 Coffman Quot attend Iti the Good Friday Union Cecil Barnett. Eli Williams Paul yes in the first Christian Church Grimes Raymond Neal. Kenneth Cree caril West Gwinn Ensign. Russell ver 0u, evidence of a Community in million John Cartwright. Walter St in the Day and its meanings Feld and Morris Crawley is request a the closing of Many of the Busi. D to boat the legion Home at six houses of the City. Or. In in of clock sunday Naor Ning. Nets where there was not closing. Joys were Given Opportunity to Kend the noon time Prog Anas ipod Friday is the sixth Day of week. I he culmination of that Ltd and of that lenten season. It is. Lea proper a observed the Saddest y of the Christian Calendar the a Vance of the death of cd Ria. A a the Cross not an anniversary. Ever because the Date of t in Sci lion is not definitely known. It the services held yesterday re were seven speakers each ing As his theme one of the seven Ings of Christ upon the Cross. Speak. Were the reverends c. Mcclure. H. C. Fellers j. F. Sing it. J. Drover Forward j. E. Mit Ell l r. Eckhardt and j. E. Porf the latter taking the place of v i. Raphael who was of the death of his Roachdale omits annual alumni dance bad Alai reate services to be held april i at Christian Church commencement is april 20 annual Junior senior reception will be held at Riverio club april 14th asking third trial new air Jany. Ind., april 8.�? a up a Frank e. Lorch Floyd county prosecutor today said that Frank a. Hoppenjon former county treasurer. Will be tried Lor the third time for alleged embezzlement of county funds. A circuit court jury late yesterday reported that after 17 1-2 hours of Del be rat Ion they were a hopelessly deadlocked a Anil were dismissed by judge John m Paris several t o w n s e n d t c a i p o i n t months ago another jury which heard. Evidence against Hoppenjon on the Well known member of Putnam bar Sutherlin expected to be new judge James i. Hughes announce a Early he was not a candidate for Post same charge also failed to agree. Ministers study moves of Cru Javns Cabinet ministers within reach of London held i conference or. Porter summed up the deep spiritual thoughts of the Day in a address. Christ closed his life by dedication of his spirit to the re of his lather in his last hour id if this should be our own per Lal Good Friday asked or. Upor will we commend our spirit to d As Christ did As he died will say ni.,v i by new Down to Slep. Reports Erie i rom Paris italian residents and mania is Friendly to Italy cheered troops As they entered Pray the lord my soul to keep a just the Good Friday is the Saddest easter tomorrow is the Hap to. Most joyous of the Christian Dar it commen Morates the is Shing of the fundamental truth christianity the resurrection. In comment oration of it the re London april 8. It up it cab inet ministers within reach of London met in urgent conference today As italian troops entered Tirana and reports came from european capitals of mysterious German troop movements. As the meeting started reports arrived from Paris that four russian destroyers had entered the Eastern Mediterranean through the turkish fortified Dardanelles from the Black sea after the concentration of three italian divisions and Navy reinforcements in toe dodecanese islands off Tho turkish coast. Sir John Simon Chancellor of the exchequer presided at the ministerial conference held in the Cabinet room at no. 10 Downing Street. Ministers of the fighting services were among those who were asked to interrupt their easter Holiday to at us i. I a of the Community will Teml the meet Long. N with those of All Christendom in Verlous but hippy Celebration of Resur a i icon of Christ from death Day a is not come upon a fixed of tin car but it is on the first Day fit a Wing the full Moon that ars on or next after the Vernal a Quot of which occurs on March 21 East r come on March 22 a Lato is april 25. From 1916 to it occurs 40 times in april and in March. Prow there will be. Special Granis of music anti Sermon a Mes in the churches of the comity. So me of the programs Ela a and others simple but All Reding the happiness of the a Lay. Lore than 200 attended Hunt by Eleanor Packard tilt Ana. Albania april 8.�? up1 italian , transported from Italy by air plane landed at Tirana Airport today while mechanized units entered the City along the Durazzo Tirana Road. Italian residents Ami albanians Friendly to Italy cheered the troops As they marched into the albanian capital to occupy it in the name of Premier Benito Mussolini and King Ein Perot Victor Emmanuel. It was understood that an entire regiment of the grenadiers tallest troops in the italian army would be brought to Tirana during the Day in air planes from Taranto Italy. A dispatch from Fiorina Greece. One customary feature of the school commencement season at Roachdale will be omitted this year because of the recent condemnation of parts of Tho school building. This is the annual alumni association banquet and dance. It was decided not to be feasible to hold the dual event anywhere else. Tho baccalaureate services for the graduating class will be held sunday evening april 16. At the Christian Church and the commencement exercises will be thursday evening. April 20, in the presbyterian Church. The programs for the baccalaureate service will be As follows processional a an old refrain Louise Darnell and Billy etch son. Invocation Rev. Harold Quigley pastor of tiie presbyterian Church. Music a father we thank thee Edith Wilson and Jean Hall. Address Rev. Quigley. Music a an evening prayer a Eston Cooper and Marion Rice. Benediction Rev. Quigley. C a Ommen enic ii t i Ograin the commencement program is As follows processional March from Verdi orchestra. Invocation Rev. G. S. Mcgaugh <7 a trumpeters three a Johnson or Chest a. Address prof. Charles h. Walters Butler University. A att in letters a Johnson orchestra. Presentation of awards principal f. L. Of Neal. Presentation of diplomas Frank Jarrell county superintendent of schools. A Londonderry air a Holm amps orchestra. Benediction Rev. Mccaughey. Recessional a Coronation March orchestra. Class Roll the roster of the class of 1939 is As follows Edgar Eugene Blaydes. Mary Bernice Booker Margurite Chastain Jane Giger Glen Curtis Crosby Willard c. Eggers. Walter Douglas Hall Lois Murl Marlin. Martha Helen Hooser Kenneth Warren Rady col i line Rice. Basil o Ryan Mildred Josephine Sands. Alice Laverne Shvey Charles Wayne Skelton Evelyn Louise Smith Evelyn Virginia Smith Robert e. Stafford Elmer Thomas or. Elmer Young jr., and Richard Maurice Coleman. Tho class motto is a we have crossed the Bay. The Ocean lies before the class Flower is the Sweet pea and the colors Are Black anti Gold. The annual Roachdale High school Junior senior reception will be held at the Rivera club in Indianapolis Friday evening april 14. It was an old l is a Putnamville Are recalled will Likely to a pointed Early next week Rev. And mrs. Wii be Lovei by residents of that place widely known native son Rev. Eduard Whalum n Honor a. Editor of the presbyterian Well known publication Obj Days in Putnamville arc recalled by mention of Rev. And mrs. Thomas Whaylon the former a presbyterian pastor i that Community Many years Ami the two having in in Well beloved by the residents a. The place. And one of the most Wile in local Legal and political circles today it was expected that gov. Townsend Woultz announce the appt intent of William m Sutherlin As a the no w judge of Putnam circuit court Early next week. It was also announced yesterday that judge Lames p. Hughes was not a candidate for the office and that he so informed gov. Townsend. With this information and with the backing of the local county Central commit i tee or. Sutherlin became the outstanding candidate and is expected to be confirmed within a few Days. 1 or. Sutherlin will succeed judge c. C. Gillen who is resigning the place effective april 15, or one week i hence according to his letter of resignation sent to gov. Townsend this or. K. With the announcement of judge Gillens resignation there was a considerable stir politically for a while by known of the native sons of put Over the possibilities of the vacancy Nimville is the son it it that coup but with the announcement from mrs. Gautier passed away it her Home May test herds a group of the dairymen of the county met with county agent David l. Grimes in his office in the court House Friday evening and discussed especially the matter o7 forming a Herd testing association four or five of the Good herds in the county it is probable will have that died Frida \ evening testing service and other owners Are lowing illness of considering it. Few weeks under that plan each Herd in the a a association is visited once a month wife of c a. Gautier by the tester who goes to the Herd -. Owners place in the evening weighs some w eks go she fell just with Fol a the feed and the milk produced that evening remaining at the Dairyman Home that night and the next morning. Making another record of the feed and milk also testing the latter Iii 1 b d for was of he Quot Home and helpless thirty hours Dot h came to mrs Belle Graham g i wife of Conrad c. Gauter for butter fat Content. He keeps a at the Home on West Poplar Street in Green l tie Friday evening at 5 20 i Lork it was the close of an in which began when she fell just within the doorway of her Home w is ago. And Lay on the vet 1 i la helpless and partly unconscious the outer door sight 1.�?T 1 a my the temperature Low. Until the return of her husband from business trip Cut of town some thirty hours later. V regained compleat 8 under medical treatment but she was unable to explain a a a attending her fall d through which she i Lav. Do table i and alone. There were apoplexy which Ai in somewhat but thereby Toms of a in of were net clearly d a i the last she suffered a a a re pains in Back it record of each animal in each Herd. Tho county agent asks that any owner of five or More Dairy cows in the county who is interested in the proposition communicate with him As Oon As possible. Fifteen Nev Laws affect state Dria a. In ass kit session >1 kk.v1. Assembly two in effect now 158 Laws were introduce a judge Hughes that he was not a candidate Ami with the backing of the Putnam county democratic committee going to or Sutherlin it was soon known that gov. Townsend would follow the recommendations f the political local organization and Tilo new write obituary of political Machini the Rev. Edward p Wii Allon. Born there ninety years age March �?�0 this minister is honorary now of the presbyterian the Boot known of the publications a it of the presbyterian Church publish 1 at Philadelphia and in tin Issi. Of that weekly religious paper there urls confirmation of is an interesting Little biography of ,4ljke is expected soon the activities of that minister in which he tells the fact of his birth at Putnamville. He tells of his graduation fro. Hanover College in 1m h. He being tin oldest alumnus of that institution an 1 he has let Een one of its trustees 60 years. He Lias been n member of presbyterian Huith 85 years a lie of. Sed minister of that Feitli since 1870. He organized the Westminster pres by Terian Church cast Washington j Street Indianapolis in 1879. He had other pastorate. He says in continuing Quot after being installed pastor of the fourth presbyterian Church of Ina i Anapolis 1 became editor and publisher of the Church at work in Indianapolis. And then one of tin editors of the Herald and presbyterian in Cincinnati. Here i remained a a Lii or continued on in p Lori Tom pendeb0as1 faces fed eral charges i it i income tax invasion elks to install illicit is i la Eselar Fisli is to Iii in Iov i follow in. Installation at Al Home annual installation of officers of Greencastle elks Lodge will Lake place at 8 o clock tuesday night april 11, in the elks Home. Albert e. Williams will be installed exalted ruler of the local Lodge. Bounced this week. Members of both a my the Luht of newly elected offi classes and the faculty will attend a Quot Iii i local Library a Awn k file St an mix lasted ego Hunt spite i raw pre easter Breeze. Temu a 200 Greencastle boys and a is crowded the local Library Lawn afternoon to enjoy the first Lual f. J Hunt sponsored by Library. Angst cars began arriving at an a it hour for the entertainment and Little fellow was present at 10 he Friday morning so he would lure to have a place in the Start a incur at 1 to o clock in the a Fanoon. Little tots just Large enough to a joined with the crowd of All up to 8 years for the Hunt. They a i a thrill in Hunting and find the gayly coloured eggs All a hid in conspicuous places in the Yard. A i Billy Fellers was awarded priz for the Best blaster egg n second place award went it As Mcneil third to Imogene in an i fourth to Sonia utter or egg baskets ranging in size 1 the two egg variety to they cd thes Basket size were a by most of the Little tots As a pc Pei into Bushes around Trees 0 secluded spots where the j us is might have been left. As All one Little girl could do to a in Duea of in ase four on the Inland Frontier said that the i a hat with the seniors As special guests prefect had received notice that King zog i would Cross the Border into Greece to Lay. Queen Geraldine and their three Day old son Prince Skander were awaiting him there. The Queen had legion experts i out in ill la two i incident muses county lawyers re Minim en1 of happenings in i to xxi it Hurt from tix if to tix1k cars. Or. Williams such nods s. M. Stoner in the. office of the Greencastle order. In Honor of the new officers a supper will he served in the lodges dining Hall following the installation. A a to la vex a 1 Al i i Lull f 1 1 with k do smelt it a Riding �?o11 ,1uu�?~ the will i the entire Meni Barship. -p10 supper will if the closing event for the present social committee. The members of the committee Kansas City to. April 8. I up i Missouri democrats led by gov Lloyd c. Stark prepared an obituary today for the Tom Pendergast political machine whose Bald corpulent hard listed Boss faced Federal charges of income lax evasion. Thomas .1 Pendergast. 66. I kill of Irish immigrant parents who left a Kansas cily Rad Road Yard office 28 years ago to begin a career in polities and build one of the nations tightest political machines saw Little Hope of surviving As a the Finger printed in Federal Couri while accepting service yesterday on a warrant charging that he profited $815.000 in the settlement of insurance rate Case but failed to decline it in i Quot income tax return the Man who has or piste l governors and lesser state officials for a decade and prorated their Power said a they persecuted Christ on Good Friday and nailed him to the if Pendergast who must enter n plea on the charges april 24. Is convicted. His supporters As Well As the followers of Stark who once was n Pendergast protege will recognize Stark As the Winner. The two men. Who went to the to a i Hiigli Iii in on i Nso a Knurr others will Becony Laws a s Hias the t pro in tel died prox Ible Atquit june i 1. One 1 which to a g of there Are fifteen new Law feet the Hoosier Motorist As suit of the last session of the Oral Assembly. One Hundred and fifty six b 1 feeling the Motorist were introduce in both houses a which set an Al time High record. Fifteen Only b came Laws As against forty on one v Laws in 1937. Two of the Laws a now in effect and tile others will h come Laws As soon is the arts r published probably about the Fust june. The Laws May be mentioned Brief y As follows 1. Prohibits sessions of cd Tyc Quot i on sundays and Legal holidays. 2. Provides process action a Ain t non resident motorists in by Ceun-1 to in Indiana 3. Allows common Carrier vehi�1 to leave the scene of a fatal Ace a Lei t before the arrival of the Coroner if member of the Crew is left with the body. 4. Requires judges to a Pilot 1 state motor vehicle department with record of convictions for violations of motor vehicle Laws. 5. Establishes a new Type of a liver a i Cense called a a i designed for Driver from other states. 6. Permits counties to use up to 20 per cent of their share to tot vehicle and gasoline tax monies of a a retirement of county unit Bonds. 7. Drivers financial res Bonsib a Ltd act Amend d t a include hold a. Of conditional licenses judges a Quot he head was born in Green her of or and mrs. N lie being one of the t 7.0ns of his time the a is the residence on a t which is now oc-1 Iff Lawrence Graham. He being a brother of rim i were two other t Griham and will h of i a r was Grade Quot Ore i tie High school f 18 a she was a Mem a 1st presbyterian Church 1 was also a member h for Many years 11 interested member of 1 oils within the churches congregation. The fun a services will be held at the Rector funeral Home at 3 of a Quot k minday afternoon in charge of the Rev. V l Raphael pastor of the. Presbyterian Church. Friends a ill at the funeral Home at any Mic prior to the hour of the services. weal her is prediction p. I if a i snowflakes \ 11 \ de by i Happy Eves of Many women the. Exstew act i event in the morning at Lois Ai Park a i it i lit fall a of snowflakes at 7 k this morning the drab Colon 1 which veiled the rising Sun. I Quot be streamers that descender the Irth s surface instead of Ris in into Atmo Sph re. Urged along habited from suspending sentences of Quot i moist n it West wind persons convicted for driving whih their License is sup cled und a t financial act. 8. Justices of the peace Requin 1 to Issue receipts to it persons paying fines. 9 toll Bridge commission croat a Wittl Noird on a nne i a a re Are Fred snively. Walter Cox. Nor Jacob Kiefer one of oldest citizens. Gives Many interesting Jamb Kiefer one of Gre in castles a 1 my father bought the Hope 1. Is gone West t in it very in 1865 11u left this interesting Story of Days 8lde of the. S a 1ipt. In the room in Greencastle As he remembers them the Hunt of Hunts is scheduled at Man body and Joe Todd. 1 0 rend nascent of Putnam court lawyers of the Putnam court arc chuckling Over an anecdote related in the last Suc of the docket cause it is so very happenings in the from time to time. Grandpa snazzy was on Tho Witmus stand being examined by a lawyer who was very Liberal in his use of the English language Sai. The lawyer a did you or did you not. On the Dale in question or at any time previously or subsequently say or even intimate to the defendant or anyone else whether Friend or Mere acquaintance or in fact a stranger that the statement imputed to you. Whether just or unjust. And denied by the plaintiff was a matter of no moment or otherwise. Answer a did you or did you not Quot grandpa snazzy thought. Awhile and he says a did i or what a 730 of clock in the morning when the local legion Post conducts its annual i Hist r egg Hunt at Globe aim Park eggs by the hundreds had been made ready today by the legion and the auxiliary for the big Hunt tomorrow. And it was estimated that More than 1200 eggs would lie hidden in the Park for the big event in addition to the eggs there will 55 individual prizes awarded to participant All members of the organization have been invited to be present for the installation service Anil the supper. Last rites for Elbert Tincher of my. Meridian who died wednesday were held saturday morning at 11 of clock from the new Providence Church with burial in the Providence cemetery. A Short service and burial for the last year approximately 500 Hoys infant daughter of or. And and girls enjoyed the legion s easier William Kelley of Manhattan was egg Hunt hut increased interest in if is afternoon at the grave in tiie event promises to boost the num Ore to Hill cemetery her of participants for the 1939 affair. There will be a special Section roped off for the tiny tots while an anyone else Wyeth a other Section is being arranged for egg Hunters Over 6 Cark of age. Members of the legion will be present to supervise the Hunt and to award individual prizes. Quot we want All the boys and girls in the Community to be present for the Hunt. There will be fun for everyone As Well As eggs and prizes. There will Coll Nudd on 1iui� a in Grok did i not Deni friends and neighbors of Putnam county one and All this is to say Good Bye to you As r am having for California to spend the remaining lays of my life. Before taking my departure i want to give you a Brief outline of my life ill Greencastle As Well As a few facts in regards t omy parents who for a number of years were in business in Greencastle. The Banner has Given Many historical events of Putnam mrs county and Greencastle but i believe i Tell you incidents that to Date have never before appeared in print 1 was Horn in Indianapolis Corner of 10th and a Delaware streets where the jewish synagogue now stands. Feb. 2, 1s61 and an now 78 years of age. My parents came to Greencastle in March 1865. Where the Granada theatre now stands old Uncle de Hanneman built the opera House. A from Gilbert Knitzer re in the ground floor of this building turned from France a few Days ago Werc three store rooms occupied by and has gone to farming. De Hanneman. John Holtzer and Donas Denny recently discharged Jacob Troutman. Hanneman had from the army accepted a position a bakery. Holtzer a grocery and i with the boys school at Troutman a Cigar store. Now occupied by Fred Williams. 1 inner. My father bought the build of a Man named Hanna who was a brother of Tom Hanna and my conditions that appeared were i w i with unhappy Eves by women the com Unity who had plans for the Quot wearing of new bonnets and new Xii easter Day Tho conditions hit Quot i by Natu a were not in Ron i Unity with the ideas of such Folk a a a no enl the conditions which ii uld prevail on the Day of Tho a of by so v u a an of Quot i i d a for the wearing Ltd id Nuh. The Quot Are quite a few men t i. Who had in mind to Wear n my hats ant suits who were m l .1 toy thru Happy at the her on Euter the Quot Light shall of the new Felt hats and Ultine suggested for earn a uen n it to i. Comfortable with the 20 y ears Aero in Greencastle or continued in business in this location 54 years until his death which occurred in 1928. Uncle John s Jennings. Who was trustee of Grey Sci tie township had his office in a room Over my fathers place of busing through the enl re years of my life. Greencastle has been my hoi a and it is not without regret that i leave the scenes of my childhood of which i cherish Many Happy m. Mgt i s when we located in Green cast the Post office was located on the South Side of the Square near where Glasaco Crk so Toi stands and col Osborn was the Post master. Jack a Cloud was his assistant. I recall the Kerchival grocery Jim Hills music store and next to the music store they later move i the Post office these buildings stood where the Lineo filling station now stands also the Heath building. Later our Post office moved to the old Baner building which was owned anti occupied i in t u fur the Lay that is considered 1 a gala by Rome. Pc it Psi Lerable cloudiness Quot was pro Hesiod in the Early weather indications for easter. Kit a 11 re dents coming to pm in cattle saturday morning re it t a ii 11 ii Ii�-1 i l no of two o o o o 3 0 0� today a weather a and 0 local temperature 0 Rij Quot a a a Rij partly cml i Cloudy slightly warn in South portion saturday sunday considerable cloudiness. In out Guetl on i Ikic two i a 6 6 a. M. 38. In. 8t. 36 9 a a. 35 _ 40 11 a. 43

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