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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - August 5, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaIt weather 4 and warmer t �T��T�4 4 the daily Banner $ a United press service 4 All the news it it quoth t he it Waves for All volume forty seven a la a knt to Astee Indiana a it Day Al lilt St n a. Jyo Ward honors at show in Russell Milij if Day by 11&Quot Niche catt1.1 prizes won by Nicholson mgt Koi is is mainly Kun meld open Ai a i Iii Iii beef cattle division honors Wert More widely distributed a unit d 4s Sahi at the cattle show of the Russell fair held the opening Day. The jerseys of Noel Nicholson of Bain Bridge won the most honors in the Dairy cattle division with the hol teens Boesen farm South of a is Greencastle figuring prominently. in the beef cattle division shorthorn and Hereford were the top 0 notches. Honors in this division were More widely distributed than in the Dairy cattle awards. Longden and Clodfelter Swon a number of ribbons with their shorthorn and Edward Clodfelter of Russellville and others had winners with their h e re lords. The follow awards were taken 1 from the to Cor is kept by i. B. Inge f of the rattle show Dairy cattle year and Over 1, Frank "1 2, Harold and Eric Greet Castle. And under 3 a 1. Nguson a Waveland 2, Crawfordsville. 1 year my under 2 1, Nich and Gobi. Russellville 2, Noel pit Bat abridge. Bull under 1 year 1, Donald Hobson Hanbali 2, Noel Nicholson. Now 3 yen i h and Over 1 and 2 Noel Nichols a cow s Jubi and under 1, Don-11 Aid Hobson second daughter born to Royalty soestd1jk, Netherlands. Aug. 5 it up Netherlands re declared a Holiday today to celebrate amid the bombing of guns the birth of a second daughter to Crown Princess Juliana an event which increased the Prospect of a three generation reign by Queens of the House of Nassau. Princess Juliana presented her German born husband Prince Bernhard. With a 8 1-2 Pound girl at 1 a. M. Today. The first daughter. Princess Beatrix second in line for succession to the throne of Queen evil Helmina. Was born Jan. 31, 1938. Fine horses on exhibition i Sui show brought of 1 Best horse fl1 so in i i n in c of n i \ a a Asi Hendron Irwin. 1, and 2, Hendron now by Ai a Anil under 2 Noel Nichols. Heifer find it r l year 1 Irwin 2, Floyd Mccance. Champion Bull Nicholson amp Goll. Champion cow Noel Nicholson. Lbs it i 2, nod Nicholson. Get of Elre 1 and 2. Noel Nicholson. Breeds Bull 3 Yea i and Over 1, Smith amp in a Bellas rites Lille 2, Howard i Smith drawl my Seville. A i Bull St fear and under 3 1, lung Den a Clodfelter Greencastle 2 Edward cd Quot Kiel ter Russellville. Bull 1 Yeai Mil under 2 1 and 2. Howard Smith. Crawfordsville. Bull x Yea i and under 2 under 1 year�?1, Longden a a Clodfelter Green amp Sale 2, Paul Stoner Ladoga. Cow Yeai and Over 1. Longden amp Clodfelter 2, hurry Mccabe Greene atle. Cow rom and under 3 1. Long Den a Clodfelter 2, Howard Smith. Now 1 pai and under 2 1 and 2, Longden i Clodfelter. Heifer i find. R 1 year 1. Longden a is Clodfelter 2. Harry Mccabe. Champion Bull 1. Howard Smith. Champion cow Longden amp Clodfelter. Champion Herd Longden a a Clodfelter. Get of sir Longden and Clodfelter. 1, Longden amp Clodfelter 2, Howard Smith. Produce of dam 1, amp Clodfelter 2, Lafollette and Bellas Russellville. Interest was keen in the horse show at the Russellville fair these animals being As popular As Ever with the Farmers and other residents of Northeast Putnam notwithstanding the inroads made among the ranks of the farm horses by mechanical Power. Records of Ralph Mcgaughy. Secretary. Showed the following awards in part draft stallion 1 years Ami Over 1, Curtis amp Cox Tangier 2, Albert Petcock Waveland 3, Harry Mccabe. Greencastle. Draft stallion 3 years and under �4 1. Charles Myers. Waynetown. Heavy draft snare. 3 years and Over 1. James Foxworthy. Craw Fordsville 2. Emerson Baker Tangier 3, Boyd a i Grimes. Russellville. Heavy draft Mare. 2 years Ray Erickson. Russellville 2, Gilbert ogles Greencastle 2, Donald Inge. Russellville. Heavy draft Mare. 1 year 1. Renick amp son 2. Oscar Perkins. Heavy draft gelding 3 years and Over 1, Simpson amp Harbison 2 and 3. Oscar Clodfelter. Heavy draft gelding 2 years old 1. Oscar Perkins. Heavy draft gelling 1 year old a 1. Clarence Hester 2. Renick amp son. Heavy draft suckling Colt 1, Jess Cox 2. Floyd Mccord 3, Lonnie Stocek. Light draft sucking Colt 1 and 2. James Woody 3. Herman Sutherlin. Mare and sucking Colt 1. Floyd Mccane 2, Emerson Burker 3. Jess Cox. Light draft Mare 3 years and Over 1. Renick amp son 2, Emerson Barker 3. Dale Mcclure Waveland. Light draft Mure. 2 years and under 3 1 Anil 2. Dayton Mccloud. Cloverdale 3. Clinton Judy. Green Castle. A tat i 1 two 4 Clow marti�1 of h in czech husband held j against possible suicide Chicago aug. 5 up Karel Tiger broken hearted czechoslovakian Refuge was guarded against i suicide today As his countrymen pc i pared �?o4 burial of silence for his v wife and two sons whom they hailed As martyrs to their fallen Homeland. Polio Fen ring Langer would carry out a threat to kill himself had kept him in Cue Tom since thursday night when his wife. A Dele. 43. Jumped from a 13th floor hotel window with their sons Karel thongs 6, and Jan Mischa. 4. They released him to the custody of two friends yesterday aft a Coron res jury had found that the refugee Mother had killed herself and son while temporarily insane due to the family fled Only a month ago from Prague Here Langer had owned a thriving textile manufacturing Plant and a department store. He and his wife were jews. He testified at the inquest that his wife had brooded Over their misfortunes had feared she would have to leave the United states and had threatened frequently to kill herself and the children. Cloven ulc to get new postmaster Kiel Len St ally recommended for place says m Asci. Announcement announcement was made in Washington saturday of the recommendation of Reuben s. St Wally a Warren and Cloverdale township school teacher for postmaster at Clover Dale. He will succeed William Morrison. Who is finishing his four year term. The vacancy was declared some the ago As existing and an examination was called for. A dozen candidates took the tests and it was reported St Wally was at the head of the list. Flowers Home economics in fair exhibits Best that were shown in in rec ent years Flower Sizow was Mill. Women formidable Section of Success of the show a exhibits swelled crowd. Polk e Block roads fort Wayne ind., aug. 5. Up police blocked All roads near Here today in an Effort to capture two armed bandits who held up and robbed two Van Wert. O., filling stations this morning and escaped in a running gunfight. Authorities said one of the men May have been wounded in the Exchange of shots. The bandits were reported armed with a sawed off Sho gun. Their total loot in the two robberies was $66 40, police said. N n i farm fugitive caught after 8 years Joe Border 42 years old who escaped from Indiana state farm 80 Days after he was sentenced in 1931, was returned to the institution from Richmond Friday. He was arrested on a farm Southwest of Centerville where he had been employed the last nine months. Border was fined $200 and sentenced to serve one year on the penal farm after he had been found guilty in Fayette circuit court of carrying a deadly weapon. The women of Russellville and Russell township formed a very important Section of the contributors to the Success of the fair at Russellville. This week. The Home economics exhibits Anil the Flower exhibits were among the Best that have been shown in that town in recent years. The Flower show was the 14th annual affair of that kind. It. This year was sponsored by the Home and Garden club of Russellville. The winners in this display were the following roses Best individual 1. Mrs. Bert Gardner 2. Mrs. Charles Cline 3, mrs. Irr. Gott. Three blooms 1. Mrs. Bert Gardner. Vase 1. Mrs. Carte Tabor 2. Madge Mcgaughy 3. Mrs. Ralph Ramsey. Dahlia Best individual 1. Mrs w. Gentry 2. Mrs. Ella Fordice 3, g. L. Jack. Three Bloom 1, mrs. Madie Stevenson 2. Mrs. H. M. Harrison. Vase or Basket 1. Mrs. Ella for Dice. Collection of Dahlia 1. Mrs. Ella Fordice. Marigold French -1, mrs. Madie Stevenson 2. Mrs. Cora Bain 3, mrs Ira Gott. Marigold. African 1. Mrs. Bert Lardner 2. Mrs. Madie Stevenson 3, mrs. Robert Mcmurry. Zennia Dwarf 1. Mrs. Madie Stevenson 2. Mrs. H. M. Harrison 3. Mrs. Robert Mcmurry. Zennia. Giant 1. Mrs. Ella Dice 2, mrs. Lelia White 3. Clarence Whitted. Zennia. Any variety 1. Is Goff 2. Mrs. Earl Sutherlin 3. Mrs Lizzie Handy. Test Lewis Power in state politics lou1sviix.e, it. Aug. 5 . A a labor Leader John l. Lewis strength in state politics was put to another test tot Lay As Kentucky democrats and republicans went to the polls to select candidates Lor state officers in the first of the Quot off year Quot primaries. Lewis president of the Congress of Industrial organizations supported John Young by in. Attorney for his United mine affiliate in Kentucky to defeat Lieut. Gov. Keen Johnson backed by retiring gov. . I Happy Chandler and tin powerful state democratic organization. Schools will open sept. Ii says Boston i Ali. Semester to open Sec Ond monday says an Anno no Emi it Chas. A. Allen awarded degree i \ i a thing in Rindini is Congress will c1 adjourn today Law makers Keady tit Home i i expected deadlock conies i i Washington aug. 5 up Congress adjourns today barring unexpected developments after seven months session marked a rebellion against president Roosevelt and a spending record of $13.000.000.000 House action on the social Security amendments followed 20 Days of deadlock in conference Over a proposal to increase Federal Grants to states for old age pensions for a flow income states. As drafted the amendments will ease payroll taxes boost benefits to the aged and Advance the Date for increasing payroll taxes for old age insurance. Most of last nights Senate session was devoted to a fight Over More Money for the la Folie the committee. Sen. Hiram w. Johnson r calif., led the opposition he charged the Money was for a a fishing expedition and that the committee sought to smear California Farmers who he said were a honest for All practical purposes this Congress ended wednesday when the House junked for this session president Roosevelt s request for a multimillion Dollar lending program to stimulate business recovery. That program precipitated bitter debate Over the administrations pol Gladioli. Best Spike 1, Madge me ices of spending for recovery and Vaughey 2. Mrs. S. M. Petty 3. Resulted in a Victory for a coalition or. We. Myers. republicans and anti new Deal three spikes 1, mrs. Paul Goff 2. Mrs Ira Gott 3, mrs. John Wil for mrs. Paul son. Parkersburg. Bouquet 1. Mrs. Paul Goff 2. Mrs. Lee Myers 3. Mrs. Ira Gott. Asters 1, mrs Madie Stevenson. I inn rat before refusing even to consider the program however. Congress appropriated More than $13.000.000.000 for the fiscal year 1940 nearly $500.000 000 above the amount re Verbena 1. Mrs. Ella Fordice 2. Quested by the Bureau of the budget mrs. Bert Gardner 3, mrs. Maggie a to run the government until next Gardner. I june 30. 1940 Pansy 1. Mrs. Ella Fordice 2, major items included $1.194,000 school buildings and a rounds will be Iii slip hand touching places Are nil filled on monday. September 11 the students and teachers of the Greencastle Public schools will again return to a he it is and recitations for the school year of 1939-40. This announcement was made today by Paul f. Boston superintendent. Other announcements include the following the first recess for the students will come on october 25 when All the teachers and supervisors will attend the state teachers association meeting in Indianapolis on thursday and Friday. The next vacation following will be on november 22 when at the end of the school Day. The schools close for the remainder of tin week to celebrate thanksgiving schools Are dismissed for the Christmas vacation on december 20 to reconvene on monday january 1. 1940. The first semester will end on Friday. January 19. The Long vacation less stretch Between Christmas and summer vacation will be broken by a Short Spring vacation which begins on Friday. March 20th and tin following monday. The school term ends on Friday May 31. In Cir juts Law on hospitalization it Fornix Endrai s of r i. S Vas or i it .11 l be ii \ Miles ses Iowa City August 5 the University of Iowa held its largest summer convocation in history Friday evening when a total of 494 awards were made. Among tin candidates were Cit Arles Albert of Green East be. It was the Only academic ceremony of the summer at tin University. President Eugene a. Gilmore conf i Vej the awards at the affair in tin lounge of Iowa Union. Flower show m much interest Contes diking air being sponsored by till. W interested in i a lox eks the Flower show division of the Putnam county fair is the attention especially of women of the county who have been fort Anele this season in producing particularly Fine Flowers. Thu classes of the Flower show Are sufficiently diverse to include All of tin most popular species raised in this area. There will be Many exhibits. The lower show will be held Friday an i saturday. 11 and 12. Under the auspices of the Putnam county Home economics clubs the following list of Flowers and their classification is offered Ageratum tall growing 6 Trussi s or clusters of Flowers Aster 6 blooms of each of the following one or assorted colors 1. California giant flowering 2. Peony flowering 3. Pompon flowering �?�1 single flowering Calendula 1. 6 blooms of Orange 2. 6 blooms of yellow Cockscomb a 1. Chester Type 1 Spike 2. Plumy feathery or cylindrical Type Cosmos 12 blooms of assorted colors chrysanthemum 6 blooms either one or assorted colors coreopsis yellow perennial blooms daisies 1. Shasta 12 blooms painted daisies 12 blooms assorted colors dahlias a in nonce i ii girls exhibit committees l. I nil in ii airman i n Cigar i of com Xii the is Siiss Ciaky 1.01 Schott misses Siiss and 11 fit Xiii county girl serve on Canning food preparation baking clothing room improvement comm. 1. 4. Mrs. Frank Hovermale. Cosmos 1, mrs. Jesse Potter 2. Mrs. Frank Wilson 3, mrs. Pearl Nicholson. Nasturtium 1. Mrs. Madie Stevenson 2. Mrs. Lee Myers. Phlox 1. Mrs. Madie Stevenson. Petunia mrs. H. M. Harrison 2. Mrs. Paul Goff 3. Mrs. Pearl Nicholson coxcomb 1, mrs. Bert Gardner. Snapdragon 1, mrs. Madie Stevenson 2. Donna Goff 3. Mrs. James Hazlett. Gaillardia 1. Mrs. Bert Gardner 2. . Corn Bain. Lilly 1, mrs. Madie Stevenson 2 mrs. Pearl Nicholson. Wild Flowers Best collection 1. Mrs. Ralph Mcgaughey. Table collection 1, mrs. Madie Stevenson 2. Mrs. Chas. Cline 3, mrs. Della Simpson. 000 for the agriculture department Ami the crop program mor it it than $2.000,000,000 for defense $1,750,-00 000 for Relief. Doctor loses baby he Fried to have new Rochelle. . Aug. 5 . It Harold Holt or. Two years old was lost tel in to medical science i which took him when it appeared that he had Only two More weeks to live and kept Linn alive almost five months. The child died last night at the Hospital Here where or. Alexander j. Chilko using a new method in a Dep therapy treatment had almost cured him of Wilma a tumor a kidney growth occurring in infants Wall pocket 1. Mrs. Lee Myers j and usually fatal. 2. Mrs. Lizzie Handy 3, mrs. Chas. Cline. Cannas 1, mrs. Frank Wilson 2. Bert Gardner. Potted Plant with Bloom 1. Mrs. Pearl Nicholson 2. Mrs. Nelle Jeffries. Potted Plant without Bloom 1. Mrs. Rebecca Wilson 2, mrs. Frank Hovermale. Best collection 3 or More plants 1. Mrs. Della Simpson 2. Mrs. H. M. Harrison. Best vase of mixed annuals 1. Mrs. Chas. Cline 2. Mrs. Laurence Garrett 3, mrs. Ella Fordice. Sweepstakes Best any one entry mrs. Madie Stevenson. Best Basket of Pere Runals mrs. James Hazlett 2. Mrs. Bert card-1 Ner 3. Mrs. Lizzie Handy. Best collection of 3 or More mrs. Bert Gardner. Home economic awards pieced quilt 1, mrs. Lora Mcgaughey 2. Mrs Ernest White 3. Barbara Leonard. Pieced quilt top�?1, Betty Bain 2. Mrs. Dewey Goff 3. Ruth Leonard. Old quilt�?1, mrs. Della Simpson 2, mrs. Ira Gott 3. Mrs. Della Simp it no Linurd on i no Ditroi an intestinal obstruction Given As the cause of death. Was japs demolish Mission Home Shanghai. Aug. 5 . Chinese dispatches asserted today that japanese troops at Rochow forced american and British miss Ion Aires to evacuate a Church which they then demolished. 20 years a Quot of in Greencastle the Board of county commissioners set september 30 As the Date of i of it Ste of such a proceeding shall the Ofick of tin attorney go Crul has issued an interpretation of the Law passed by the 1939 legislature regarding the hospitalization of indigent. This Law takes away from the trustees the authority to handle these cases and places them under the jurisdiction of the circuit judge the opinion in part says Quot this Law has As its general Pur a pose the setting up of machinery to take care of adults that is person a i Over sixteen years of age who May i require treatment that can Well he i furnished by some of the hospitals such As Coleman which Are under the management of the trustees of Indiana University. The judge of any j court in the state is Given authority under the act and is empowered to commit any person Over sixteen years of age. Who Lias actually resided in his county for a year to such Hospital for treatment. This commitment can Only lie carried out under tin following conditions "1. The applicant must not he suffering from a chronic malady or n permanent deformity. �?o2. The applicant must not he financially Able to defray tin necessary expenses for such treatment. �?o3 the applicant must actually a have resided or lived in the county for at least a year prior to his application. �?o4. Any citizen Muy file a petition for such commitment before the judge. Quot if All the above requirements Are met by the applicant the judge must i _ 111 hold a Public hearing with tin pro. Mall Mill i h scouting attorney of the county in at a Tendance and the judge May. In his i discretion have such applicant exam by one or More reputable physicians who must file with the clerk of the court a written report of their examination. If. After the hearing the judge finds that the applicant is a proper subject for treatment and actually authorizes the commitment of the applicant to a Hospital the clerk of the court is under a duty to carry out the details of making application forms for the Hospital and providing for the transportation of the applicant to the Hospital and other details. I wish to Point out that All the he in 12 the election on the issuing of $75 000 Bonds for a county Hospital. Misses Jean and Glen Hamilton daughters of or. And mrs. Fay Hamilton. Went to Augusta. By. To visit friends. Miss Margaret Maloney of the Hamilton Book store was taking her vacation. Single 3 blooms of any color. Single Cactus 3 blooms of any one color. Cactus double Flower -3 blooms of any one color Pompon in show types a it blooms of any one color 5. Decorative Type fancy or Large 3 blooms of any Ono color 6. Tom thumb or Small pompous 6 blooms of any one color Delphinium j pikes assorted col re. Gaillardia 6 blooms Gladiolus 6 blooms or any one color 24 spikes of 3 or More colors Larkspur a a spikes of any one color 12 spikes of mixed colors Marigold a 1. Tall Type one color 2. Dwarf Type one color nasturtium a 12 blooms of single flowering 12 blooms of double flowering Nicotiana 6 trusses periwinkle 6 stalks pansies 12 blooms petunias a Ltd full it lied a i i Iii twin 01 la it Liioi Tiku a de x Iii a oxides i rid xxx in in i in Indian polls Hospital 6 blooms of Uny 6 blooms of any paid from the county Treasury through the medium of the county treasurer reimbursing the state treasurer for his payment upon a Hospital s certified statement of far Cost. Quot the latter sections of the act refer to the placement of crippled a a flu Rel in i nue thai Charles m. Jackson age 58 years died Friday evening in an Indianapolis Hospital of u cerebral Haemorrhage. . Jackson spent most of his life in Putnam county. He was born in Centra a. 111., and moved to Putnam county with his parents when he was five years old. Survivors Are the father William Jackson East Walnut Street two sister miss Jessie Jackson of this City and mrs. Lola Ivy Long of Indianapolis. Funeral services will be held sunday afternoon at 2 30 of clock from the Rector funeral Home in charge of the Rev. C. L. Ayrhart of new Market. Interment will he made in Forest Hill cemetery. Friends May Call at the Rector funeral Home. Committees that will have charge of 4-h girls exhibits at the Putnam county fair have been announced. All the girls activities in 4-h work in the county is in charge of the general chairman. Miss Mary Lou Schott vocational teacher of Green Castle. Miss Schott is assisted by miss Mary Lou Hess vocational teacher at Bainbridge and miss Evelyn Heitz. Vocational teacher at Greene atle. Who serve As chairmen on the sub committees. Miss Liss is chairman of Ilie Bakin Canning and food preparation exhibits. Her committee will de Coral a the room and receive exhibits in these three projects. The commit the will 1h composed of xviii Fred Cox. Betty Baker. Helen Allee Kathryn Allan. Pauline Hunter Colleen Bockius Doris Campbell Yanita Mcclure Mary Cecilia Dreen. May Ann Newgent Virginia Gardner and Margaret Hatcher. Miss Evelyn Heits is chairman of tin clothing i Iii room improvement in Hibit i in committee will decorate the room and receive exhibits. Her committee is made up of Olivo Mao Dean. Madonna Call. Mary Ellen Thomas. Dorothy Bryant. Francos Hendrick Lorna Thomas. Edna Calloway. Cd Crystal Hendrick Helen Wallace and Mary Margaret Sheridan. The dress review committee is headed by miss Mary Lou Schott and sin will in assisted by Winifred Cox. Betty Baker Mary Ann Newgent and Margaret Hatcher. Miss Schott also Lias charge of the judging contest and will be assisted by Evelyn Heitz. Mary Lou Hess and Mary Ann Newgent. 2 priests held by japanese Shanghai. Aug. 5 . Plain clothes operatives of the japanese dominated provisional government have seized two priests of tin american Catholic University of piping a United press dispatch disclosed to i v n exx spacer suggests Milia xxx Xuy Irmi it once Tokyo aug 5. Up Kok Utti in. Extreme nationalist newspaper which enjoys a wide circulation among military groups gave guarded a Jpn Sion today to tile army demand that Japan enter a military Alliance with Germany and Italy at once. Discussing the army a drive for a a enlarged european connections the newspaper said Quot it is the Mirny a View that although or at importance is attached to negotiations practical measures to Deal with the european situation should not be i hampered by Parley and Iii Teriaz alien of european policy must be made adequately and ind prudently. A further tin army even Lias expressed the View that adequate Ina a i Ali Patlon of european policy would actually facilitate the British a a pan so the editorial was taken As an additional indication that tie japanese ambassadors to Germany and Italy in announcing that they had met to discuss Japan s adherence to the German italian military Alliance were acting if on any authority at All. In co operation wit ii military authorities and not in behalf of the government As a whole. X1ason let notice Cloverdale Lodge f. A. A. M. Called meeting. Monday August 7. At 8 p. M. F. C. Degree. Robert Zei Gloman Xvi m. o o q a it o o 0 0 0 0 today a weather 0 0 and 0 0 local temperature 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 sunday partly Cloudy and warmer. Minimum 6 a. M. 7 a. 111. 8 a. M. 9 a. M 10 a. To. 11 a. M. 60 65 69 74 79 83 83

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