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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - December 2, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaThe weather 4 Aik and colder 4 a i 0 the daily Banner it me forty eight it Waves for All a a of 4 a1.l the Home news 4 4 United press service 4 0444444444 40 us Chapel a feature 0 speakers a i a motors official j Vokes personnel Dik i tor on program mgr Enos talk Indiana sati Day Ufa pm her 2, 1m<>. No. To speak monday a ting Serley of add Eula will \ week s Cha tel time on the Campus boy scout meeting held thursday eve during the regular session of troop 90. Thursday evening the reorganization of patrols was compleat Jeu. Announcements and discussions were made regarding a new Intel patrol contest. Points in a his contest Are score through troop attend once daily Good deeds advancing in rank and regular attendance at Church. The announcement was made that the future troop meetings would be held on monday nights. These meetings will Start promptly at 7 15 o clock in the basement of the Christian Church. A. 0. W Hite passed away Early today Dean Smith arranged broadcast saturday operated clean Lei Iii sin est Here Over pm kind of Many years funeral on m o n d a y Public Spring gets recognition services w ill lie held from the fir Tchristian Church her with burial in Fillmore Arthur Owen White born 06 year a ago a Short distance Southwest of Greencastle. And a resident of this Community Alt of his life died at his Home at 1 07 John Stivi Street Given Castlo at1 30 o clock this morning he had been ill six years having been compelled by reason of his ill of Famosi s Spring to it it of town speakers will Depauw University a series up s during the coming week. A. Strauss of Detroit a Rcpt be of the general motor. At Ion. Is scheduled for an and to it Day and Rowland Allen he director of l. S. Ayres and Indianapolis will speak thurs Ali chapels Are at the usual Meharry Hall. Trauss will depict the remark Progress science has brought in St Hundred years and will it the splendid opportunities Enoe in the future. He will Ile his lecture with demons causing equipment for the s fairs at new York City Ami Board of justices of the county Cor Moose Lodge of Greencastle. He is Francisco which has been re a responding to our county comm s j survived by the wife formerly Mami use on a smaller scale. I a toners generally speaking who in a Siddons and two Brothers. Fred and receiving engineering train-1 r meeting of july 1819, made a Everett of Indianapolis. Considerable local interest was Manifest on the Depauw Campus in a National broadcast that was Cari ried by the Columbia broadcasting system saturday morning at 10 of clock from new York City. It was one of the regular series known As a a the Bull session and was a discussion of the value of College fraternities by representatives of the a undergraduate inter fraternity con. Lerance. Dean g. Herbert Smith of Depauw is chairman of the undergraduate conference and arranged the program and the broadcast. He also i represents Depauw at the Interfrat-1 i Zernity conference which is in session j at this time. The conference program and broadcast originated i the Btl More hotel. John Arthur Friend receives letter from buddy he ivies in Herman prison Camp in world War lit must Hec ords of Putnam a health to give up his work As a tailor to 1o i it county Rex eals location j and cleaner which he had been in j l k0l i o buy new uniforms aged in for More than a Quarter of a a Century. His father. Hiram White possibly the first official Recug-1 was a tailor also. His Mother was Niton of the Public Spring in Green Eliza White. The family lived for Castle at the North end of our pro i ent Spring Avenue is contained in the first record of the business transacted by the body known As the Many years at the intersection of Locust Howard streets in this City. Or. White was a member of the first of concert series appear on december a the to John Arthur Friend has received another letter from his for end fills i Bruegger whose address is Post Check kanto. Berlin which is a really interesting document in that it frankly expresses the attitude of an intensely Loyal son of Germany concerning seme phases of the present War. The letter was written in september. N the German language and was translated into English for or. Friend by prof. G h. Grueninger of the faculty of Depauw University. It was opened at the German Border by the censors and resealed with Stamps which state the reason for the opening of the envelope. It was written during the Progress of the polish Campaign. The writer Ltd the letter. For Tzib Lugger. Was a captive of the alies Hack of the front during the close of the world War and or. Friend was a captive of the germans in a German concentration Camp during the same period. In his letter. Or in rugger eat in part Berlin sept. 16. 1939 dear Comrade John red attack on Finland is continued ago we were in East Prussia together in order to participate n the Nonni Vei sary 25th of Tannberg. Unfortunately. The Celebration had to be cancelled since the political Stua j again bomb Helsinki today As i Nufi mar continues j i spent Beautiful Days with the it will be just a week from tues comrades from Chicago. Three weeks Day night when the Greencastle High j school band will put on their first tir i grew worse. We couu1 not make the Home t in through the corridor anymore but had to Detour by Way of Danzig and per boat through the Baltic. Thus we could once More witness the insanity of the treaty of Vornail leg in one of its most Poison i Ous fruits the polish but i do not want to give you a report on the War situation military for i know that you and your com rades Are More interested in another Fin \ s a ill n of y i e e ii new government says it xviii continue Battle for Fredom of the nation. Red i hisses reported Helsinki Dee 2. Up russian air planes begin bombing this stricken City again at 9 20 a. To Guerton was nil that neck Spry a a it fighting Between rugs Lan mul would it net hive been possible to j to a a ups it ill parts avoid this Terrib e disaster for the 0f the country pol so nation. Finland a new government insisted Vos. Indeed it was avoidable one a a Poulnot Wouk single word of the English govern ., Alum 1nj we a a Ink Lynst Tyllo ment would have sufficed to spare a now App alt1ssla�?z a ithe world Tbs tragic Spe Taele. A if this a a communist state you keep on murdering innocent and i to pleas germans you go shooting at German aeroplanes it you keep on making absurd demands a peo in your speeches and papers and if a Wootz you keep on refusing to listen to the on for reasonable suggestions which h Only Mirt on i Sirp t Onri the t Purdue University or. Following order As recorded in i funeral services will be held from attended the Babson inst record a by Arthur Mcgaughey i the first Christian Church of Green and studied business. He has i clerk a Castle monday afternoon at 2 o clock. I in the research laboratories1 a ordered that Isaac Mahan be and with the Rev. Fellers in charge. In eral motors and has lectured Menees Over the country for ears. Recently he addressed is hereby appointed agent for the t torment will be in the Fillmore Ceme management of the Public Spring i Tery. Friends May Call at the Resi the town of Greencastle and he is j dance on Johnson Street until 1 of at the Harvard University hereby authorized to contract with i clock monday. 1 of business administration Charles Secrest for the Clearing of j the Massachusetts Institute he Timber from the lot and own i Ravin Jit in Blue grass and when the same Al Colvill Plum Clui i is done the said Charles shall be pail 1 / k a a 1 i from any right of action that May f ult Rul ill t thilly 1 have heretofore accrued to the v county by any tra Spasa heretofore services in Roachdale Yvere no orgy. Allen has spoken to Greengas id lances several times. He was program of the business conic sponsored by Depauw during Tennial Campaign two a. Allen is noted for his insi9-on education As a valuable As the business world. I Ouis h. Dirks will speak Man shape monday and ent Clyde e. Wildman in Wor wednesday. The regular Muslo i a print Quot even then a a the Annc it a is sche Tullu for no it Friday f source of Waer 8upp1> of the and stores of Down town Greencastle by him said Charles done on said just what offence the said Charles had committed is not Clear from the largely attended by friends the presbyterian Church in Roach record but it appears the comm is waa crowded Friday afternoon s owners found a shrewd Way to Square j o clock when the funeral serve a a his debt to the county. The Quot Publick a cp3 act Ltd had honouring David b. Hos Lof a a Enes of three concerts at the coill111 iiii1 it it ii Greco Castle High sch Ceil auditorium season tickets for the Throe concerts Are now on Sale and they Are beg offered to the Public at a very reas i unable Price. I the first concert scheduled for a Deceron bet 12th, will present the a band assisted by the orchestra in j Der the direction of or. Liegl. In the s concert the band will play a number of marches As Well As concert overtures. The second concert is scheduled j to appear on february 15 and at this time the a Cappella choir will be on the program a tug with the band. This concert will be brought to a close with a grand finale with both the band Ami the choir. The third concert is scheduled for or ice it Gul in Uii Uitti it is one sex let e Iii it much of Pittee to la rtes11� a n t there is one service of the Church to which every Man or woman May come without the slightest interference on the part of anyone the sacrament of the in min a sapper. As the communicant kneels at the altar and partakes of the sacred elements it is a meeting of the soul with its maker Ltd terms which the communicant and the maker dictate. No priest or preacher can interfere in is Umberto funeral monday Tetter charter member of that Unity to hear the Junior bands from Church and a presbyterian elder 57 the Ward schools and the High school years. Band. The service opened with a Propri adult season tickets Are being ate Organ selections by miss Max my sold for $1.00 or 50c a concert while Batman the singers were Gene student season tickets Are 50c or 25c Hutchins. Mrs. Carl Call mrs. Claud a concert Money from the Sale of Crosby Eston Cooper. Their first these tickets will go towards buying e Iri liars m a Ctina numb a with Lead thou my in i Quot of unify inns flt Quot the band so it is any Way. If the communicant has May 7 and in this concert the people Burden upon his soul that service of Greencastle will have the oppor become exactly what the at 11 Monroe township Jato of shoe repair i a of passed away aftic a program old a years illness Yll of held in Bain Bridge High school j i the pall bearers were the six survive Hopt i that the citizens of the com i Bols with j ing children of or. Hostetter Stu j a Unity will get Behan it i Uiese con i interest Ait Howard. Curtis Ralph Henry. Certs and Purchase these tickets now. And miss Mary Hostetier. Among theae who carried Flowers were five i surviving elders of the Roachdale vis Umberto passed away at his. A a on Highland Street Friday eve farm Bureau members of Monroe presbyterian Church Howard Ashby after a extended illness of a township met in the Assembly room j by Crosby. We. Hanna. Osborne years. Or. Umberto operated a of the school building at Bainbridge i i a unit business for Many years thursday night and enjoyed an and City until he became ill. J dress by Walter Thompson of Craw a visors include the widow mrs. A Ford Vilh. Or. Thompson pointed Hanneman Umberto two i out the benefits Farmers have Deriv Ithiers. Mrs. Margaret Robinson 1 de from organization. All other in Indianapolis and Bettyjo at i portent groups Are organized and and one brother Joseph umber a Are fighting for the things they of Indianapolis. A want. Funeral services will be held at As an individual the Farmer is Shannon funeral Home Monde v j helpless but organized he commands ing at 10 30 of clock. Burial will the respect of other groups and of the old City cemetery. Friends Call at the Shannon funeral my scout pack meets Eck 90 cub scouts hold their meeting of the year monday ing at 6 30 of clock in the base t of the Christian Church. The ting a opened to All the boys Jing Between the Ages of nine to v the boys will be arranged in p according to rank in the cub t groups. There will be an adult a Ltd for each rank. The new cub a Vav Lellam Stiles will iea.1 the p adult leaders include Fanrik it Chan Murel Davis. George c Iel. And Chester Trout. Leaders wish that the parents the boy Between the respective would urge their boys to attend. Ends May also attend any or All a i meetings. Has to orcs like one of the Best of Tania is for the boys in Ore fio a which has Ever been presented. 18 pc is wikis Mas seals a protect it tour homeroom a. Tuberculosis or it my i seals urge the medical sex tit nation of All Persona who have Heen exp oath to Subora Loala. Law makers. The Farmer must organize to secure Ami maintain rights which he should enjoy. Mrs. Raymond Wright gave an interesting talk on the activities of the s and e department of the farm Bureau. With the assistance of county president Harlan and county agent Grimes a township organization was perfected with the following officers chairman Jesse r. South vice chairman. Harvey c. Nichols Secre tary treasurer Walter r. Reeves s and e leaders. Mrs. Herman Hendrix and mrs. Harvey Nichols. After the business meeting refreshments were served. The next meeting will be held at Bainbridge january 9th. 1940, and All urged to attend that Monroe township May do her part in the great fight for economic and social Justice for the Farmer and his family. Or. guest speaker at first congregational. Or Francis Tilden of Depauw University will be the guest speaker at the first congregational Church sunday morning. The Zorij War 25 years ago today Hutchins and Glen Irwin. Others assisting were Eleanor Herr Remley a Herr David Samuel Hostetter Dor j Othy in it is Hostetter. Irwin Hostel i ter. Gwendolyn Hostetter Eugen a Hostetter Junto Hostetter Johhnie Hostetter. Leah Mcdowell. To s Hashbarger Steele. The pastor of the Church Rev. J Harold Quigley had charge of the services assisted by the former pastor the Rev. Virgil d. Ragan now pastor of an Indianapolis presbyterian Church. The latter gave the and j dress applying in a Beautiful manner the thoughts contained in a and god shall wipe away All tears from their eyes and there shall be no More death neither sorrow nor crying neither shall there be any More pain. A the interment was in the Ladorn cemetery. Mrs. Roosevelt criticizes examiner act a uses Dies examiner in Iier newspaper com Xin a today Washington. Dec. 2 up mrs. Franklin 1. Roosevelt sharply criticised j. B Matthews chief investigator of the Dies committee today for questioning a witness As though he were a a prisoner Quot a ered Quilty. Being tried at the mrs. Roosevelt s rebuke was made in her newspaper column. My a after her third visit to committee i hearings yesterday to listen to testimony by officials of the american youth Congress and other youth or go Niz talons. Tude of his own heart will make it. He will not find his mind detracted by a Sermon with which he Dot s not agree or by music for which he has no appreciation. With the simple symbols of the unspeakable suffering of our lord and his abounding mercy before , the communicant can fill those sym All the meaning of his soul can appreciate. He comes to the altar with the full knowledge tha at the altar he is utterly unable to conceal a single fact from god. His faults he weaknesses and his inner thoughts Are All known and evaluated. Gobin memorial methodist Church has planned a most impressive communion service for december 3. The service will he held in the Church Sanctuary at 10 40 a. M., in charge of Rev. Claude m. Mcclure assisted by the following ministerial students Robert Sculy Carl so Ali. Guy Carpenter John Olsen Henry Larson and Robert Sanka. Mrs. Leo Terry Comuni a Steward will prepare the table and Dale Cue. Acolyte will assist at the altar. Members and Friiz will want to attend this first special service of the Advent season. Relations Willi Russia strained 1ij it reaction of reds Roosevelt plea Xian c ache a break to Washington. Dec 2 up soviet russians Blunt reaction to president Roosevelt s Appeal against i. Bombing of civilian centers strained 1 further today already tense Ameri can soviet relations. Officials read in silence the text j of the communique issued through the soviet official news Agency which termed the presidents Appeal i a pointless Quot some state department officials had anticipated some such official slap at the president. Fulfilment of this expectation i the declaration that its planes were a not bombing towns in Finland and official confirmation that the soviet government proposes to support Ali As bombs dropped on the capital the third successive Day the j Stroess and roads swarmed with fleeing to the Snow covered less than a third of Helsinki s Normal 300.000 remained and these still Here had spent the night digging air raid shelters. In the South especially along thi coast and in the karelian isthmus Hord ring Russia the finns claimed i to have More than held their of 4 against the russian forces crashing at their Borders. But if Russia Drew j on her overwhelming reserves it i seemed that the fight would soon be vow. In the North. Above the Arctic j Circle finnish soldiers were being j hurled Back into the norwegian i Border and civilians were crossing Norway by thi thousands. Yesterdays bombings had killed an estimated 200 throughout Finland. 20 of them in the workers i quarters of Helsinki alone and had i done extensive damage but at the end of the Days fighting it was a in i bounced officially that 1,200 Kus sians had been taken prisoner in j karelian that Robab y 18 rus Iau planes bad been shot Down without the loss of a single finnish plane that none More sovet tanks had been Ica tui d or destroyed for a total of 10 in two Days and that two whole 0 1 1 to a. Companies of russian infantry Esti leftist rebel regime set up on try a 4 a. ,. I mated at 800 men had been Armi Ihl soviet finnish Border As 11 g it vein 1 a a. ,1 at cd North of Lake Ladoga ment of Finland were developments it in expected to bring soviet american diplomatic relate is almost quite to the breaking . If no Kisto Ryti. Verment Premier in the new chosen yesterday to menu circuit court notes Theyna Gladys Schwomeyer was granted a divorce from Joseph p. Schwomeyer and the custody of their three minor children. He is to pay $5 a Eek for the support of the children and $50 attorneys fee. She is to occupy the present residence until May 1, 1940. Two Hundred dollars damages is asked by James Roach from Max Curitan because of an alleged collision Between a Light truck driven by the defendant and a car driven by Wayne Roach at the Portland Road intersection with state Road 38, West of Morton May 28. The Date december 15 is set As the a the who system Date for the trial of the suit of Xiv. E. Wiley it Al against the first citizens Bank and Trust company to set aside a court on Jer. Judge Edgar of the Montgomery circuit court has been named special judge in the us t of Blanche Sams admins matrix. Against the Pennsylvania Railroad corporation. Coming to the Putnam court from Clay county. Hurts Arm in xxx ringer mrs. Jane Hassler wife of d. W. Hassler Owen county councilman is in serious condition in Putnam county Hospital As a result of an injury suffered last week when her left Arm became entangled in a Wasli ing machine wringer at her Home in Jordan Village mrs. Hassler sarm was serious a injured in the Accident but her condition was thought to be much better. However this week her condition became worse and her removal was ordered wednesday to the Hospital because gangrene had developed. It is believed amputation will be necessary to save her from poisoning of japanese traffic rules Are somewhat unique t trustee is indicted Marion county grand Iury includes Fine a its final report to court a a give All parties representation and i not. Particularly to it please told the United press at 7 30 a. I that this was a a War for existence a that Finland expected no material help from anybody bul a Yas fighting i alone and expects to he emphasized however that a we Are still hopeful we can reach a settlement with the u. H s. A. By no gotta the evacuation of Helsinki Hal continued All night in an endless Stream. Most of the refugees were afoot. The forests around the City were alive with people. Some of them had set up a a Pup tents but i most of them Hud to sleep in the by United press a Ionio of Lowicz a Nelki Poland a in the suit of George Haag against Skiler Jonea. The defendant defaulted prussion and austrian armies lock. And the court found for the Plain de in Battle in the carpathians. Tiff in the Mim of 270. Paul Mckeehan of Banbridge win in Greencastle on business. Mrs. E. B. Taylor was hostess for the quarterly meeting of the women s foreign missionary society of Locust Street Church. The chemistry club met at the Home of or. B amp Chard. Temperature was 12 above Zeno. Floyd c. Yeager of Greencastle has received a copy of japanese traffic rules promulgated by their police which seem very quaint to us americans. They purport to be a japanese version of similar rules in America. They include 1. At the first raise of the police criminal hand Stop rapidly. 2. Do not pans him by or otherwise disrespect him. 3. When a passenger of the foot Hove in sight tax it tic the Horn. Trumpet at first but to still obstacles your passage tootle him with i in and express by Mouth the waning his his. 4 beware o the wandering House that he shall not take fright. Do explode the exhaust at him. Go soot i singly by. 5. Give big space to the festive dog. 6. Go soothingly in the grease mud As there lurks tto skid Demon. 7. Avoid entanglement of dog i n your wheel spoke. 8. Press the brakes of the foot la you Roll around the Corner to save collapse and tie up. Indianapolis. Ind. Dec. 2 up five men were free on Bond today pending trial on indictments vote i against them by the Marion comity Giand jury lust night in connection with alleged mismanagement and Favorito so in administration of my the fires set by russian bombs wednesday had burned out and the City wus in darkness last night. There were Many automobile acct dents in the in Adlong Rush from the. I City. Wreck i a Ais had been band Anderson both grocery proprietors i j f it one along the roadsides and in i itches. I the russian planes yesterday i hedge hopped Over the buildings it rafting the streets with Machino Center township a Relief. Under arrest were Thomas Quinn or. F a Rmer township a trustee John a Neenan a clerk in the trustees office. Frank Bluestein Ami Dan t. A and j. Barton Griffin a milk Rou operator. Quinn was charged with or an i official neg Lugency and the grand jury reported he allegedly to a. from one unnamed Man and an undetermined amount from Man. The four others were charged with filing false claims and false pretend court judge Dewey e. Gun fire. The bombs they dropped were a a Egger types filled with shrapnel. They were too Small to damage buildings but were effective against humans. Arriving at the place where a rus Myers set Bond at $2,000 for Quinn Al Lac Quot 1 foun a a 1 Anderson bluest n and Griffin Var old Hoy who had Ben at Homo $1,000 for Neenan. Anderson and Griffin were under1 arrest when the indictments were returned hut the three others surren a Quot a for a a re Quot sin Fly to a do red to sheriff Al Feeney Tod approached exploded and fell Quinn returned last night from we it it Baden ind., where he Trad been to i guarding his Mother. His father was i at the front. The boy with his fathers Rifle had sat in the window wait cup rating from a recent illness. The indictments concluded a seven week investigation of the Relief situation in Center township and it was indicated the jury now would investigate Warren township adm nist a Tion. Not far from the window. A a the explosion saved me the boy Sai i. The finnish radio interviewed Minur two the a six Ash legation Xvi Doxas Copenhagen. Denmark. Dec. 2 up a a crowd smashed the windows of the russian legation building today. A commissioners meet monday the boart of commoss owners of Putnam county will meet monday Fajr sunday in their routine december meeting on their program there being not much business with the exception of considering claims. The comm wion Era will meet a in the latter part of december probably on the 27th, to clean the slate As regards county business for the year now closing. 0 today a weather 0 0 and 0 0 local temperature 0 0 0000000000 somewhat co incr tonight generally minimum. 41 0 a. A. 43 7 a. A 43 8 a. A. 43 9 a. M41 10 a. A. 41 11 a. A. 41
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