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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - August 10, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaEtl of Thok Row Ami w \ i a i i tit a a a it 0 the daily Banner 0 a a 0 4�o un1tku Milf is so vice the Home news .1. To. -1. It it Waves for All >9 by seven , Indiana Tiivi slav Al to list 10, l i w. Not k -j54 fair is under \ i it Obe Ann Park and As Well As adult ii i \11v odour is today Clung Conti Dit a Asu it St a feature _ bits were in place thursday. Other splendid features arranged the Beautiful grounds of the Robe inn Day Park were thronged Early a a his afternoon for the opening of the free Day Putna county fair. The event a Apoi Soreil he the 4-11 ebs of the county but it is not by Eliy Meana an affair of interest to he youth Only. It is the successor Many ways of the old time county airs which in years gone were the raft Lgth Point in the years Calendar in he minds of the mass of the people to if the county. All of the principal owns of the county had fairs which he Vero outstanding Means of exhibit eng to the general Public the achieve a a my cents of the county a livestock roeders and feeders its agriculture Sta Iti fruit men and its horse fan the attract is this afternoon vere principally those of the Home economics department displayed in to second Ward school building Irlich adjoins the City Park on the Orth. However the livestock Pavilion a thronged during the afternoon Bare the livestock was being As a fabled to form what is expected toh direction of Krank n if Boj res k a Albert Heavin lasses state bar in the list of successful candidates writing on the state bar examination held in july appears the name of Albert w. Heavin former principal at Bainbridge and Fillmore an 1 now principal of the Riley school at Greenfiel i. Or head is a graduate or the Lincoln Law school Indianapolis and during the last school year has been enrolled in the Indiana Law school Indianapolis doing work toward completion of the new course. Successful applicants will be formally admitted to the bar by the Indiana supreme court on september 18. Over 1000 attend Fillmore fish for Canning food preparation prizes Given s w e k i s t a k k honors to j Mary Ann Newgent and Allks Dak awards also made Mary Belle Baker and Marilyn Abrams for baking Martha Elmore Betly Lile Busti in a lot Liing renal farm orchestra band and Amati it contest draws c Road lot d Jean unusually Large showing of mime is from the county farms. There were am Fine specimens in he stalls Early in the Forenoon and it ther animals were being brought in a 1 to Complete the list of entries. The concessions were All in place cd bit in the morning. All of them having the appearance of being of it an unusually i h Type of shows. 1 Friday prop Rani of events starts at b o clock Wilh the showing of draft Hong. Continuing through the 11 Forenoon and into the afternoon. In a the Pavilion and the Arena. The 4-h sheep exhibit Are to he the special attraction fan 8 30 to 0 i0 Friday and the exhibits from 9in to 12. The 4-h beef exhibits Are to he 2 he riday afternoon. Ri11 s ill i to tie Rool in Edh 4 of clock. Contests this after Jmc Center of interest Lor at the fair. Of entertainment Ament committee of led by k. P. Mullins. I amusements for the Hufe Thini Are of outstanding Over a thousand people attended the fish Fry and Amateur contest at Fillmore last night sponsored by the Fillmore band parents association to raise Money for the Benefit of the Fillmore band. People flocked in from everywhere to witness the Amateur contest which got under Way after the penal farm swing band and the Fillmore band played several selections. The Fillmore band played Mutual March Normal March notre Dame Victory song Imp of Luck March let me Call you sweetheart and the Beer Barrell polka. The band was Martin of the Fillmore school. The winners in the contests were first the Tincher Sisters of Fillmore. Won the ten Dollar prize last night they imitated the dessert sister. Of was. Second prize of to Patsy Lee Selvidge of Greencastle who a lid an acrobatic dance and tap specially. Third prize was awarded the Irwin quartet made up of two men and a two women Brothers and Sisters i they received two dollars. The Ader band an old fashioned string band Mude up of two boys a Man and a girl from Bainbridge won the fourth prize of one Dollar. Donald Sprague of Veedersburg Tock fifth place of fifty cents. He Sang and played a guitar. Gayland Goodwin of Danville was the master of ceremonies. The penal farm band played several tap dancing numbers and specially acts while the judges made thai. Decisions. There will be another fish Fry in two weeks with the full penal farm j orchestra playing. County 4-h girls were honoured today at the s end Ward building when judging of the 4-h exhibits began at eleven of clock by mrs. Calvin Purdue judge of All the exhibits taking top honors or the highest prize awarded All year in food preparation was Mary Ann Newgent of Greencastle who is in her fifth year i of food preparation. She was j awarded the Sweepstake ribbon. Mrs. Purdue said a this is one of the most outstanding exhibits on food preparation i have Ever judged it is not Only Good to look at but just As Good to taking the same honors in Canning was Helen Alice of Jefferson township who was awarded with the sweepstakes ribbon. Winning the dalt award for first year baking was 1st, Mary Belle Baker 2nd. Marilyn Abrams. In first year clothing Dar awards were Given to 1st, Martha Elmore 2nd. Betty Klebush. Other winners in food preparation were first year 1st. Eleanor Hester of Russell twp., who exhibited a cabbage salad and a Flower Centrepiece As Well As a diagram of the Correct Way to set a table for one 2nd. Edith Finney Clark memorial legislation vetoed Hyde Park. N a. Aug. 10 presi Lent Roosevelt disposed of a fourth of the Bills remaining from the last congressional so Sion today by signing Twenty eight and vetoing a nine. The measures approved and reject a i were mostly of relatively minor nature. Vetoed bils included one providing for a George Rogers Clark National memorial in or. Roosevelt said that a 1928 act provided that n condition of Federal participation in the m mortal should to Assumption by the state of nil costs of maintenance of the site and memorial after its construction and that he has been advised of not it Quot conditions that would justify a repeal of this provision of existing form Board to organize resources War department wards contracts for or planes strengthen pan Max a Putnam students at Central nor i. Prominent lenders of Industry a signed Tusk of putting nations War needs in order precautions against riots in Shanghai Marine leaves cancelled on second anniversary of Battle have a stand la a a orders British mid French Putli crities take similar precautions for a few Days Shanghai aug 1c. Up United states Marine leaves were cancelled today As authorities of the International settlement took emergency precautions against rioting on the second anniversary sunday of Tho Battle of Shanghai. Between Midnight tomorrow and Midnight monday marines will lie under continuous a stand by1 since tuesday it was among the students enrolled in Central Normal co lege. Danville Indiana this summer Are the following Raymond Beck. Mary Louise me Fcurran. Bainbridge Noble Cox. Gerl e. Furr and Glen Steele. Clovers la a Samuel m. Eggers Mary e. Hale and Lenore Mccammack in Ashdale Kendall Keller Marv Mabel Morris and Madonna a a hair Greencastle and Nellie Kivett and Kendel Mccammack. Coatesville. Orders. Learned. Of Cloverdale twp. 3rd, Helen evil five dollars went1 Liams of Washington twp. 4th, Betty j Marine patrols have been sue Cox of Cloverdale twp. J seeking terrorists in their second year a sector at the Northern Side of the 1st. Marylee Akers of Washington j International settlement twp. Who exhibited a Pear salad and British and French authorities boiled eggs with Toast and a diagram took similar precautions. It was of a table properly set for four made known yesterday that the 12nd. Mary Diriell of Washington twp. French in their separate Concession 3rd. Robert Philips of Monroe twp. 4th. A Clitha Jones of Cloverdale i twp it 5th Norma Bond of Washington twp. Adjoining the International settlement had detain it thousands of men a r. Precaution planning to keep j a them in refugee Camps until after third year the anniversary 1st, Dorothy Finney of Cloverdale orders were issued by All foreign twp. Who exhibited Macaroni and 1 military authorities for strengthened cheese and mixed fruit. Fourth year 1st. Colleen Hunter of Cloverdale twp., who exhibited a meat loaf set Washington. Aug 10 up the War department awarded contracts today for $100, 000.000 Worth of air planes the largest single aircraft older in history s me $53,000,000 is being spent to strengthen the defense works Sui rounding the Panama canal and Secretary of War Harry Woodring is now on the spot inspecting proposed developments and the Sites where a third set of locks is to be installed As a safety measure along the vital inter Ocean waterway. Government officials said the flt a mation of the resources Board was not the result of information indicating hostilities Are imminent. Rather they said it is a step to prepare the country and Industry in part Cul for the rigorous. Belt tightening Economy necessary in event of a major War. But the step was taken against n background of increasing tension in Europe and following a statement by president Roosevelt that Congress was gambling with 1.500.000,000 lives when it refused to act on his amendments to the neutrality act. It comes just before the danger season in International affairs the fall Harvest ended world granaries filled and the maximum of manpower released for War. In Case the United states should quietly become endangered tin new Board defense headed by Edward r. Stettinius chairman of the Board of the unite i Stales steel corporation would immediately become an executive of the government Ami its members Fud time government officers. Its Broad Powers As yet undefined i probably would need clarifying action by Congress but members woul 1 hold authority to martial All business a iils return Ork it a Ltd son sind Boid to her by t not of her son Mcm to on w to speak at convention duress National Yoi n g democrats in Pittsburgh patrols and barbed wire barricades. The fear of foreign authorities was that terrorists might make the anniversary the occasion for an out ice Early the musicians entertainers from our Fred i. Site married while in Iron lung at 7 of clock the d will give a concert. have on its program a ii urn Bee Asp it. Rally Fine musical to Imp i. It a mime like k Ramblers whose be considered Asti in rms in musician will give one of ii to Law unique i ii i at i o clock f Limo economics chorus of Putnam Quot Quot county which has become one of the moot a a ni.-, if Tiona of the comity will give selections under the leadership of the District director of choruses from a a Purdue University who has trained these singers. Friday afternoon s program of j amusements will Start at 7 of clock with a concert he the Cloverdale to band and at 8 of clock ure Aerial bolts will give another of their free proper Al. Act a. Saturday afternoon at -1 of clock there will be n program by the pen cult Lenl on twill Chicago. Aug 10 up Fred b in dec jr., 29, Quot the boiler kids who has lived nearly two years in an Iron lung alter an attack of infantile paralysis was married today to miss Theresa. Larkin. 25. Of Dayton. Marriage was a Brave new adventure for a Man who had refused to allow his tragic ailment to imprison him. Since he was placed in the lung at piping. China he has Crosse 1 two oceans the Pacific and the Atlantic made innumerable trailer trips Between Chicago and Miami and attended football games hours races and other events All Over the mid West. On v Platter with Parsley boiled to break of Assisi nations of pro Japan a Patocs and carrots. She also had a it it be chinese in the International area pineapple cheese salad. And thus precipitate another serious fifth year dispute with tin japanese Long re list and Winner of sweepstakes Garden As aiming some time to Edaward Mary Ann Newgent of Green Ert control out i the Rich foreign set Cartle. A Pupil of miss Mary Lou element. Schott who displayed waffles on a dispatches from Hong Kong incl Bluc fiesta Ware plate with Ham. Catch that the l Anding of Blu jackets raisins and pineapple butter was j i a the British destroyer Tenerow at on a Side plate and syrup in a pitch i Swaton to protect the British con-4v. She a is exhibit d a cabbage Sulaty from a chinese mob had turn head salad and a plate with stuffed it gtd into a serious incident. It was announced by a British Vincennes ind., aug. 19 up mrs. Edna Lawrence awaited the return of her son from among the a dead Quot till in in a strange Case of mistaken identity. She believed that her son James will am Lawrence 22. A wanderer had been kit cd monday by a freight train at Commerce Texas. She had purchased i lot in the Vincennes cemetery ordered his body sent Horn and had prepared to Bury him today. She Learned last night that the body sent to her was not that of her Sor hut of James William Lawrence 39. A Stockton Cal. Miner. Sin a it a lapsed. Having believed he son dead and learning it was the Miner who was killed by the train she suffered severe Shock. Member of her fan my expressed anxiety i. A a her life if her son is not located in mediately and comes to her. Indiana i Stati Iii dec asked California and a Texas authorities to search for him j and broadcast a state wide alarm should he already have returned to Indiana. He left Home several weeks ago. Mrs. Lawrence received a letter from him August 2. He said he had visited the san Francisco exposition. A few 1 Days later he wrote and Haiti he had obtained a Job As a fruit picker near Stockton Cal. She answered in an airmail letter. She said she was lonely ail Askel him to Remc Home then she received lame w i been killed a that the body was badly mutilated. A if Rockville robber caught at Raccoon George Fisli i. Of Rockville Quot might As a robbery suspect since tuesday Morring when an attempt to Rob the Montgomery Furt Liture a Tore in Rockville was mrs. Johnson Dies after i Ong illness tomatoes cucumbers and cold meat. In first year Canning prizes wen1, to 1st Helen Snapp of Jefferson it co us i Nuril pm 1 Iticia two it. Gov. Johnson Els nomination 11 ont Nih it to the needs of National defense it was believed. Such Powers pro bubl Ren in of Stockt Quot had would include authority to National 1 Luain at commet i ize railroads and communications systems and require manufacturers to gear their production machinery to the maximum possible output of vital War materials offie als nid. The immediate duties of the Board probably will consist of general surveys of the nation s productive capacity and the Speed with which its Industrial Energy can be converted to War purposes. It is Likely to Fol Low closely a recent similar Survey by the War department of 12.000 business establishments. Cong re last session appropriated $14 250.000 i for Quot educational orders to be placed with businesses throughout the Conn j try to test the ease with which the can turn their facilities to the manufacture of War equipment. In edition to Stettinius. Tho a ser to Ade i let i n ses ? West Chestek. I ll., Auto. Ii a Young woman telephoned Deputy clerk of courts. Wayne j. Moore today and inquired if lie might Exchange her marriage License a Hunting License. She explained her prospective bridegroom has i appeared. I i t probably a Moore Al it Here Hun top but you is i i i of it note Monnett and Webber return from r0ed0 Cliff Monnett and Floyd Webber entered pleas of not guilty to charges filed against them at Bloomington i ving Orl the Board Are president Carl t. Compton of Massachusetts Institute it of technology president Walter s Gifford of american Telephone and Telegraph company president Harold f. Moulton of the Brno King institution. John Lee Pratt. Direct a John h. Allee has been appoint i administrator of the estate of Tho Lato Charles m. Jackson. John ii Jame is attorney. \ n 11 10 Leader by handler wins in Kentucky primary As a result of the non payment of j 0f general motors corporation and Well known coloured Man died at her Home to mrs. Elizabeth Johnson one of the Well known coloured women of this City died at 11 15 today at her Home at 511 Sycamore Street closing an illness of a year. She was 62 years old and was the Mother of Leroy Johnson an employee at Gardner frustrated 1 Plant and a member of the f a captured wednesday it Raccoon .9 state officers role cart Conley and w a Raymond Koit it m taken to tie a a a v Psi j Fisher was said to have confessed Jetho robbery attempt the Montgomery store had been visited by robbers several times mately and the proprietor was laying Fin wait when Fisher entered the i place Early tuesday morning. There was a Sharp scuffle and four shots were fired but the would be robber escape 1 a widespread search for him was in Rich. Resulting in his capture at acct in Oil High school Basket Ball team mrs. Johnson was the Mother also of mrs. Howard Evans of Crown a treat. This City and a sister of mis Georg Ana Churchill of Crawford i a Tate Ville. The remains were taken to the Mccurry funeral Home. Announcement of the funeral services will made later. Marriage License Jesse p. Mitchell. Instructor. Lafayette. And Dorothy m. Fidler at heme Greencastle route 4. Louisville by. Aug 10. Up Lieut. Gov. Keen Johnson still without word of Concession from Hir opponent. John Young Brown. Congress of Industrial organizations candidate claimed the democratic gubernatorial nomination today. Returns from saturday s primary with Only 457 precincts unreported gave Johnson who was supported by the american federation of labor a Lead of nearly 26.000. The returns showed that 3 863 of the states 4,320 precincts gave Johnson 240 513 and Brown 214.690. A a Yilth a heart full of thanks to All and with no malice nor ill will to any i the great Honor of carrying the Standard for the democratic party a Johnson said to was endorsed. In addition to Tho Al support by retiring gov. A. B. Happy Chandler and democratic organization Brown also was supported of Senate majority Leader Albon w. Barkley and had claimed White House por. John s. Cooper. Somerset attorney conceded the Republican gubernatorial nomination wednesday night to judge King Swope of Lexington. Late returns today showed that 3,771 precincts had Given Swope 107,409 votes and Cooper 66,136. Bills by the Rodeo promoter William Crosby who is being held pending the settlement of All claims. Monnett and Floyd were employed Only by Crosby and Monnett also furnished i some Rodeo Llvy Stock for the Benefit of Crosby. Webber was acting As Driver for Crosby they brought the Greencastle Stock Home monday and had nothing further to do with the show. N. Robert a Wood. Chairman Sears Roebuck a company. Othe will be appointed later. Dispute with company Mol r not Oxer x ii 2ft years a a join Greencastle or. L. R Eckhardt addressed the citizens of . At Batte ground on a a being a # a Little Mary Elizabeth Gillens daughter of c. C. Gillen gave a party on her sixth birthday. Among Tho Quot Hoys and girls invited were the j William Mcgaughey Elizabeth Rar Den. Virg Nia in Alden. Eugene Crawley. John Thomas Lloyd Thomas. Irene Owens Elizabeth Pence Mary sup l Sioe Throop Louise Lucas Gilbert Hughes. Kyle Hughes and Dorothy Wells. Mrs. Everett Jones went to ele to join her husband Captain Jonov who was engaged in the drug business there. The Priscilla club met with mrs. H. H. Ellis in Elm Street. Chicago. Aug. 10 up to. Packing House workers organizing committee said today its dispute with Armour and company had not hoc i a completely erased by reinstatement of 13 Union employees at the company a main Plant and that was proceeding with plans for strike. In a Ioset meat i Aid to sri once proxy Kress to Xii her by t Hope to profit from sex Perl nce Manila an 10 up the in Fant Maria Marv heart Rafael gave unknowingly today to the world a if science which though Powe Lesa to Aid her May srm Oday name her a a Martyr to Sim car by unfortunate Phat Nome non of birth. With her every breath adding to the accumulated amazement of the 1 physicians and surgeons who hovered in constant attendance at her hos pit Al crib a movie camera lense was the employer were discharged Ion or heart which thump d monday when they left their work to weakly but steadily beneath its Glass present a grievance to the manage covering on he Chest. The res Quant. In. Ltd .1 4. Popi i or Choice for 1919 Melluer and e a scr leave to meet Mcnutt and further his intends among the younger a cobers Indianapolis ind. Aug 10 up the Vanguard of i loonies democrats both Young and Oil left Here today to attend the National Young in Sociats convention at Pittsburg to quietly do All the Spade work possible in behalf of the presidential candidacy of former gov. Paul v. Mcnutt. The former governor now Federal Security administrator is scheduled to address tin convention tomorrow night in a rather non political vein but his appearance alone plus thu Quot talking up Quot of the Indiana delegation is expected to help his cause. Hoosier democrats have noted with particular satisfaction that since Mcnutt s return Home from the philippine islands where he was High commissioner he is now in second place in popular pulls As the choir of National democrats for the 1910 White House nomination. Frank Mohave Indiana s democratic National committeeman and Mcnutt a Campaign manager and Bowman elder. Treasurer of the Hoosier democratic Quot two percent Quot club left for Pittsburg this afternoon to meet Mcnutt and further hat interests among the younger party members. Fred Bays state chairman wus scheduled to Fly to Pittsburg. Robert a. Tilton president of the Indiana Young democrats and Clarence Donovan of Bedford National Youn Democrat committeeman for Indiana already Are in Pittsburg. Others Sulu ruled to attend Are Frank Mckinney. Marion county treasurer and financial director of the Mcnutt Campaign state auditor Frank g Thompson of Bluffton mrs. Sanford Trippett vice chairman of the state committee and mrs. Samuel Ralston. National commit tee woman. To avoid causing any friction at the convention no Indiana Young democrats Are candidates for National office in the organization. Tkv. F. A is Dies 01 heart Mume lived Here to Oil Post a years in a Iii dist my is in a. The death of the Rev Frank Wil on Davit whose Home has been at 317 East Hanna Sinh. Greencastle the last Nix years occurred at 6 of clock this morning of heart trouble at the Home of or. And mrs. D b Barnett at Flat Roeu in Shelby county this state. Or. Davis went to Flat Rock wednesday to conduct the funeral services of an old Friend that afternoon the Rev. Or Davis had been in the ministry of the methodist a i Rich �?�14 years. He was born and reared within the confine of the Indiana Cote t Eren be of that Church. He taught school ten years before enter no the ministry. Ii preached at Loogootee. Scottsburg. . Clay Civ. Southport Milton and at Flat Rock. He was special worker for the cd ii Tenary fund and was ser rotary of Mars Hill Coll go at the time it was removed to Evansville surviving Are the wife. Fanny i. Davis a son Foster a. Davis a sister mrs. Anna Riggs Ami a brother James Davis both of Bloomington and another brother Joseph b. A Onelli Hiril a a a i air Tom ment. Company officials non Cunt i last night after a conference Wlton proc leaders that the resume work monday. Radish weighs i 1-2 lbs William e. Sanford living at it. Olive Southwest of the City is the Champion radish grower unless All signs fail. Thursday morning a brought the Champion of All radishes to the daily Banner office. It tipped the scale at 4 1-2 lbs. Or. Sanford said it was of the White Ichele variety to be solid As a piece of Wood. It was rather red in color after getting so Large but solid and Crisp enough for table use. Film was to be a Natch to medical Deuce said or. Guillermo Del Cas delivered Maria for study in the Hope that some technique could be devised to Correct such future abnormal les should it fail to Aid its donor. The problems posed by baby Marla s continuing life and the possibility of a unprecedented operation to place her exterior heart in the Tho ral cavity when it belongs had divided the medic Al Colony Here and. In fact the profession of the , into two minds of Opinio n. One opinion ated she might live until a successful operative technique could be evolved the other suggested an immediate a life or death operation. 5� 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 today a weather 0 0 and 0 0 Loc a temperature 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 fair tonight and Friday somewhat warmer tonight and in cast and South portions Friday. Minimum 57 o a., 60 7 a. M. 60 8 a. A. 78 0 i in 7 10 a i 7k 11 a. M. 80 12 noon. 82 1 p. M. 83 2 p. M. 83 a
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