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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - December 11, 1939, Greencastle, Indiana9 0 the weather 4 Udy and warmer it the daily Banner it to me forty eight it Waves for All a �4- 0 9 a Al the Hole news 4 4 United press service 4 it 4 44�4 44ft sensation the Messiah ice Success Green Mantle Indiana monday Dpi a Ember 11, 11 x. 47 mrs. John Harrison to appear at Chapel . Coen g. Pierson of the history department and mrs. John h. Harrison of Chicago will speak in j special Depauw University chaps is i this week. . Pierson is scheduled for an Adi dress tuesday on the history of Phi Beta Kappa at Depauw. It is a pre Boru was director a Liml nary p of it pm o we fiftieth an my Tsary of the Alpha chapter of the oldest greek letter fraternity to be celebrated Here next sunday and monday. . Pierson a 1933 Phi Beta Kappa graduate is writ no a Complete history of the Depauw chapter. Mrs. Harrison is the widow of John h Harrison donor of Depauw new science building which is rapidly nearing completion. A frequent Church filled Sun evening for annual Tokio presentation a solos cd red by faculty Bers great it up recited by attentive a audience mentation of handels oratorio Messiah a ushered in the As season on the Depauw sunday night. Professor i Berg directed the University Union and the University ony orchestra with . in _. I Sam had a prominent part in the hat Lair it m Thompson provided Organ i a Council. _. Brison Hall Cornerstone Laving last. Banimen. The atmosphere of. 1june at commencement to me. She is memorial Church contributed t the Beauty of the concert c. J. Ferrand elected to the co. Council will fill us expired term of the late h. C. Foster action taken monday vote w a in Anilois . Ferrand liven in Marion township and in widely known throughout the county mrs. Dellah Smith passed away sunday by a unanimous vote the Putnam county Council monday Forenoon fleeced Clarence j. Ferrand of Fillmore a member of the Council to fill the unexpired term of Herschel Foster whose recent death left a a the membership of thi j cemetery. An overture by the orchestra Terrell Scott of indliaitapoli3, soloist Sang the first Solo of j visitor to the Campus mrs. Harrison had a prominent part in the har j Rison Hall Cornerstone laying last . Ferrand was nominated for the a former newspaper woman with sex j place by Roy Hillis the nomination Prience on the Chicago staff of e l j be no seconded but George Ensign tor and publisher. A Anco George Aker moved the Nomina . Earl c. Bowman professor of tons be closed his motion being seconded by . Ensign. It was adopted by the Council. Mrs. Dell amp a Withrow Smith former resident of Greencastle. Passed away sunday at the Home of her daughter mrs. Josephine Ranklin. Indianapolis where she had made her Home for the past three years mrs. Smith was one of the oldest coloured women residents of Greencastle. She was born in North Carolina 71 j years ago Anil moved to Greencastle in the Early part of her life. Survivors include mrs. Rankin mrs. Naomi Moore and Robert Smith of Indianapolis and mrs. Jennie Allison and Martin Smith of this City. Funeral services will be wednesday afternoon at00 of clock from the it. Zion Baptist Church in . Rev. H. C. Franklin of Brazil will be in charge of the services. Burial will a in Forest Hilt Corn show will open on thursday coloured singers will be heard in concert the finnish forces hold Russi \ Back Corn. Rowers of county looking for i to some file displays to present tiie \rm1es urfi deadlocked by t is Perior forces will win Oft is 14 t 11 in display will lie made the court House him Lis offered the four Southern the City newest organization of a e singers four of them will be the principal be if Tomera at an entertainment to be Given tuesday at 8 15 in the Bethel a. M. A. Church on Diawn Street. Most of the numbers Are Southern minstrel in the Char i i after. \ n n 1 a l Sil o w in add tion to the quartet. I Liam 1 Pat Buckner will give a Reading and lobby of i miss Werft use flu g no. She u 1 in i re in i known a it a a hip Lar local soloist. An offering will be taken for til i Benefit of the sunday school of the Bethel Church. The numbers on the the following do you hear them Aften bladet said today that it lambs. Tio High old ship of Zion 1 report l without confirmation that ii i \ \ \ losses reported invading Force suffer looses in Roth men and equipment Bouli Side Arr Active i Stockholm. Dec. 11 up the program Are i a 11-Isinki la Patch to tin newspaper you hear them Aften bladet said today that it education will give the address at to on of o i an j worship Chapel on wednesday. Mucy a i Scot a f80 had sic Chapel is scheduled for Friday. Part in the rebuke hath i his heart and a behold and this county. Edmond Jarvis of the de slain Man music school faculty Sang the a Quot for behold darkness Sha 1 a tie Earth and Quot the people that j a ii1 j in darkness a and later a Why nations furiously Edna Tyne bowies contralto in solos a then shall the eyes Blind a a the shall feed his and he was most familiar passages from Ible stories of Christmas an.1 a erection were set to Soprano chairman John Sinclair ordered the Roll called on the election of . A Ferrand the resulting vote being i four ayes and no noes. . Sinclair being chairman did not vote. . Ferrand is among the Best known Farmers of Oast Putnam county Well acquainted with the mat i Chester w itt w to was Mur a Tero which come before the Coimo dered saturday at Indian Council for action by its members. A Polis know n Here he becomes a councilman at Large. That being the position held by . J Chester Ross Witt. 47 years old \ Foster. It was believed he woul f Henry. Dawson died on sunday it i e n passed away following paralytic stroke Henry Orphilia Dawson. 74. Died at his Home at Carpentersville at 5 10 p. My a sunday following a paralytic stroke. He has been in ill health for two years. Born in Putnam county. May 27. 1865. . Dawson was the son of Willis and Margaret Wilson Dawson. On oct. 15. 1921. married Elizabeth Mcferron who survives. . Dawson was a member of the Putnam county fourteenth annual com slow will open thursday Forenoon in the lobby of the court House and will continue through Friday and into s.,Tut y. With Webb mov. A your Trout a. The Filina had counter attack i Evans director and Lou Arnold aaes away Baum a Gilead climb in North Oll in on the mid Distant. It is sponsored by the fir3tup the Mountain Reading William h front and recaptured the citizens Bank and Trust company 1 Pat Buckner everybody talking it a a it it of Suo Mussolini and is under the auspices of the put j but he bin hard trials. If i could 1 81 Rockir in units were eau t Nam county Corn growers Assoc la hear my Mother Pray again he 1 in 8 pocket Filurin. The finnish and scandalized my name sit town Vam 1 811,1 Wie made prisoner. U Deni Bones Solo miss Vera due co Linn to Ltd the report. Look away. Mcdonald farm. Tion. The displays must Btu in their respective c asses by thursday afternoon at 4 o clock and the entries arc limited to residents of Putnam county and the Corn shown must have been grown this year. All exhibits must consist of ten ears each one ear Anil will be classified As White yellow with 10 inches the Standard length. Only one exhibit from any one family will be permitted a unless Corn is grown by person there Are a number of classes Paoli with prizes. There is a special list of classes for the 4-h club members. Conservation club will add new members Campaign being i shed for membership of most Active organization Elro where on the same front the i dispatch said the finns were reported to have resisted strongly and sue tvs fully russian attacks in several sectors and to have regained strategically important ground. Suomu Salmi is 20 Miles inside Finland on the mid Finland front i and 105 Miles East of the Gulf of bothnia. The a in a dispatch from Len no said a soviet bombing plane was shot Down there during an air j raid sunday the plane fell into the i january fourth is deadline 1the newspaper said who was murdered in his store m. Serve until a successor is elected at ant Sung by miss Carmen Indianapolis saturday by a robber the next general election and qual i also of the music school lived in Putnam county in Roachdale ivies. A Bainbridge and he and his i the members of the Council pres the a if the wife Are said have of Ned prop Quot ent were John Sinclair George end a a d do fed a erty a Bain brids at tie time of Sigf. Roy Hillis. Charles Mcferrin n us y Ere was death. His Indianapolis residence was and George Aker. The other member t in Ange a my u e of the 1419 Brookside Avenue. Ford Scribner of Russell township a Dee her Litlie n0vn a Witt was found dying in has is 111 at hone. A store at 14�o0 Brookside Avenue in a tie business before the meeting 1 1 Ion to the orchestras Pas Indianapolis at 6 30 saturday in addition to filling the vacancy in f. _ that Sovi t Hie com growers will banquet membership in expected to be a Oulu planes whirl raided Len no sundry methodist Church and the Bainbridge j at the presbyterian Church. Friday 1<m, by pm f dry a a Vlk dropped about 20 the num masonic order. J evening with a charge of 50 cents. Winter banquet her of planes was not known Betuu. A surviving besides the widow arc pet plate. Reservations for the ban _ f overcast skies. Two Sisters. Mrs. Tillie shillings and 1 Quet should be made by the 13th. Symphony the oratorio include chorus singing of Quot and the morning by a woman customer. Lithe membership was principally the was prostrate on the floor Back of transferring of surpluses from funds i of the lord for in us a counter groaning and with a in which the amounts were not need Lis born glory to g gtd Suie a ounce in Chest. He died a red to funds in which they Are needed i hath borne our Griefs a and the Quot hallelujah chorus. Follow a revered tradition the Audi stood during the final chorus jute to the oratorio. Is Devotion few minutes later without speaking to Complete the year business. . Witt was a brother of Margaret Jones wife of Glenn Jones the latter being a son and mrs. Jesse Jones of Washington Street. . And mrs. T Glenn Jones have a farm in Monroe 1 township adjoining that of his Fath mrs. Rose Pickel both of Carpon Tresville. Funeral services will be held at the Chastain funeral Home in Roach Dale at 1 of clock tuesday afternoon. Friends May Call at the funeral Horn. Monday afternoon and night and tuesday morning. Interment will be made in the Road Lulalee cemetery. High school band to appear tuesday Dies Committer j january 4 is the deadline for the 1 Atten Blacl dispatch from Hal completion of the add members Cam Alki a a �?~�?�1 the pm. Also had l i pain which has been started by the several Points in the karelian Isth i Greencastle conservation club. At mus after fierce lighting often hand i the club meeting that evening the to hand Forli Stirr ins award for who most efficient can a report that finnish air plane Pil of i in 1 j i i Lite i Yama Foi. New Niem Foers win i t. Made ots surprised and destroyed an entire -Ltho. awards include of $15 leather column of re inn tank and Arm 11 Lfonsi Mer Glt Fps me said jacket which May be viewed in a de cars in Karelia with a rain a a it 1 to be Axher dire tion of j window at the Cannon store in aimed bombs roused icat Cathu Greencastle but the nature of the ism in the capital the dispatch said. -1 second award has not been deter in my hogs drop to 413 East p new Low level Washington. Dec. 10. Up the Dies committee charged today that 13 consumer organization were being used by the communist belts the first of a series of three band i concerts by the Greencastle High a school barn will be a Ivan tuesday i party As a transmission belts Quot to a evening at 7 30 of clock in the High spread its alms among the Middle school auditorium. Classes and to a discredit. The the hand will to under the direct Coon Ornic Structure of free enter tion of Gene Pennington and they a prise is demonstrated a a my a a a Quot a a a �.�im��. Z it n. A Quot it Quot v a a a i. death by Friend de. It will be worthwhile however. School girl clubbed a we want to incite members to work for the boosting of the number j Nging to 4 the Cir a a a 8aid a in j Charles City. A. Etc. 11 up a 14-year-old girl was Eluh Brown Secretary of the Organiza tion. This morning that desire to Liv by her a year old to clot is the reason for the giving of he him Frion l. Tie Rich prizes. B. Matthews director of Iff Graham came in f h with unusual demotion of do it i owner i ing by word of the tragedy. . Witt Atten led school in Roach j Dale in his a teens it was said at the hog receipts 13.000 weights above Home of Jesse m. Jones in Green j Jaq 15-25 cents lower lighter Riff Lawrence Graham monday Castle and he and his wife lived Well rats 5-15 cents lower 160-230 ing related a Story of the touch Bainbridge at least paint of one j u s $f>.25-$5.50 230-300 lbs. $4 75 j to tion of a Little dog to a Man. I year caring for an aunt. He became $5.15 300-400 lbs. $4.40-14.60 100 came into the officers know j a member of the Bainbridge Lodge Sqq pjs $5-$,5.40 sows 15 cents Low while he was exercising his of masons and retained his member mostly $4-$4.60. It Nas Jailer of the Putnam y hostile. A Man Friday evening was it to the jail by state police is who had picked him up in Nam county town in a state of und intoxication. The Many a it costs but one Dolar to become a member of the conservation club. . Brown stated. He said that this Money goes toward the raising of the victim was Dorothy Carter president of the freshman class at Colwell la., High school. Her assailant., Warren Blewitt president of the senior class attempted to commit Money for new hand uniforms it is i a Quot a Consumers protests to Over new Stock of game Birds and fish to Mac do by la Kloff suy,.h�?zi 1�?z but ,11 hoped it will receive the support that j throw the capitalistic system an it deserves in its pc it a soul it the concert program is As follows he accused the agriculture High school band apartment of giving a frequent i put de an ship in that Lodge until his death. 1 cattle 1.700. Calves 600 steers Witt and a brother. Ivan Witt heifers and cows fully steady Early 3837 North Capitol Avenue had op-1 steer saie8 $8.75-$10.50 most moderated a the grocery in partnership cum and Good heifers $7.50-$9 veal for the last five years. The brother j ers lower Good and Choice $10 the Thund March Sousa Fulvo Rabley publicity to one of the �1 j Quot the number of Young Birds an i featuring the drum majors Mary augment the number already popu ,.r authorizes said la Ting the Woods Fields and streams of Putnam chiefly As a result of the efforts of this c us in past years former Warden diff at Home in Munch Jane Smith Harry and his wife came to the store immediately after receiving word of log Only a Mutt in appear the shooting. Came along to the jail Riding. . Witt was a High school teach estate car on his masters Lap j in several Indiana cities Man going into the jail with him. Vears before entering the grocery in the cell door was opened to business. He was a Veteran of the it the Man to be taken in the j world War and served overseas darted in and stayed there i he was born in Ladoga and was e sheriff was away All Day sat j graduated from the Indiana Sta by. And assumed the state offi had either released the Man taken him into court for trial. They had done neither the sheriff told. The sheriff went to the Block saturday evening and f d in to see if the Man needed Guion whereupon the Mutt startle a Rifici outcry of angry excl on and threats daring anyone disturb his master Ter when the sheriff released Man without charges to go Home Mutt reversed his attitude and upon himself to express the very Tfelt and vociferous thanks for favor. He was much More thank than the Man himself toe Man and dog have been very k intimates for some years. pub Christmas seats protect your Home Rstom a tuberculosis v a heal research in tuber Culala la ice possible by income from a Somas seals. It goes on in Ulver it and scientific laboratories from the Atlantic to the Pacific. Froni Lupieri . A Naif two concert to be Given wednesday new do la air a on cent band under prof. L1eol to be heard Depauw University a conceit ban i will open its formal season of 193940 wednesday night in Meharry Hall under the direction of Leopold Liegl new band conductor at Depauw. The concert will at 8 13. Grcen Casile citizens Are most Welcome. The program will include a trumpet Solo by three of the 41 members of the band Leonnrd Johnson. William Saul and David duckies will play Smiths a Mthr o other selections scheduled for presentation $10.50. Sheep 4.000 native lambs weak to mostly 25 cents lower few lambs and yearlings steady bulk an 1 Choice lambs $8.75-$.25. Lou Hoffman Barrick. Come Sweet death choral Melody Bach la secret intermezzo Gautier Der Reischutz Horn Quarter Vonweber featuring Danny Hanna Virginia a testimony about Many alleged com . Don Williams John Hoss. J Quot it unlit a a front organizations be a Pilgrim chorus from Tannhauser legend communist dominated Organ -1 fish already released in is nations through the consume Era Aatonio achingly Larga a . Brown guide published by the departments consume is counsel. Matthews a self proclaimed former fellow traveller of the communist party was a witness before the committee lost year. After giving today a Chapel continuing to stress the importance of the record a student leaves in College. Dean Louis l. Dirks spoke to Depauw freshmen in Chapel monday and told them of More questions asked of him by prospective employers. A what about his personality Quot Dean Dirks slated As the first question. He gave his definition of personality As Quot it is the sum total of All the elements that go to make up the individual and the Impact that these elements make on those with whom he comes in Dean Dirks told the freshmen that a Good personality is not born into one but May be acquired through cultivation of pleasing qualities. A added that an employer wants someone who will fit in with his group. The question next important said Dean Dirks is a does he have initiative Quot he said that the time to learn to practice initiative is in College when the freshman has to Start Wagner on the mall March Goldman High school ire Ethni . Liegl director Conchita mexican serenade Martinez a song of India Rimsky kor Saku Arcturus overture Sanders High school Bond Bells across the Meadows Ket Elbey featuring Gene Huber on the Bells. The Donkey serenade from a a the firefly. Friml Stothart Light cavalry i overture super the Klaxon March i Fillmore featuring the Horn Section. A Small fire the fire department was called to the John Abel Home on South Indiana Street this afternoon. A roof fire did Little damage. Are a Novelty concert paraphrase of studying in his own. A the work of a the world is waiting for the Sun-1 the world is done by the self starters a the first movement of Schu j and the employer knows head unfinished symphony and 11 a Bel to Cir Biribin Quot by Pestalozzi Alford. The band will also play a Waltz by Brahms and a Pizzicato polka by Johann and Joseph Strauss the Vised the freshmen. A an employer also wants a Man with a sense of humor to tide him oved life a dark moments a Dean Dirks continued. A and then he asks Marche from Quot love of three j me if i would employ this Man in his oranges by Prokofieff and a Span a position. I have to answer yes ish concert March a Amparito Roca i no according to your record a he by Texidor. 20 years ago in Greencastle hired As tie committees chief investigator. During recent hearings on the american youth Congress mrs. Franklin Roosevelt who attended them criticized him sharply for questioning witnesses As though they were criminals. Considered guilty being tried before the Matthews report on Consumers organizations was filed with the committee at a special meeting sunday dec. 3. The Only member of the committee present was Channan Martin Dies d., Tex. The report blamed communist propaganda among consumer organizations for what it described As a eth a current popular and official attack upon it cited a the recent action of a government official of the department of agriculture who undertook an investigation of National advertising in Good housekeeping Matthews did not name the agriculture department official adding that while there was no record that the findings were a used As a basis for action against the Magazine it May be assumed that such was the there is a Federal Trade commission complaint pending against Good housekeeping charging it with misrepresentation in advertising. Marriage licenses Muncie ind. Dec 11 up Walter 11 Daly former Warden of the Indiana state prison died Here last night at the age if 65 aft. R an said a if we had not had clubs Here i the county to sponsor the conservation of our wildlife the county oui i ill Mesa of two year have been nearly depopulated of i Daly a removed from offi a i such animals by this time Quot he added. I 1933. A a it t a t n 1 eight be n by it is asked by . Brown that gov Paul v a Nutt and was sue members who will take part in this canvass see him. As Secretary is soon As possible to secure their tickets and instructions because of the wire u Capa shortness of the time before the teary. Campaign is to close. I by Louis k. Kuncl Michie City. For 34 yearn Daly was employed in ties in the penitent peace plan i Charles a. Denny died at Indianapolis again reported from Maple Hill Robert Irwin family Are suffering from colds. Jesse Ellis and wife took their daughter to Indianapolis to have her tonsils removed. . W. A. Mosier was Here fro n Belle Union for the Putnam county medical society meeting. Among the pall bearers for Tho funeral of Charles t. Peck were Gilbert Estol minks Baker Indian judge James p. Hughes John h. 1 Apo is and Nina Ellen Mcclure a James c. C. Gillen Charles me Home Cloverdale. Vaughey m. J. Murphy. Below Zero. Earl kelp farming Greencastle route 2, and Beulah Vaught hou32-Keeplng, Putnam county. Charles a Denny 63 years o Son of the late . And mrs. deny and formerly of Greencastle belief now is that Ger a he in ind Una Polis saturday and Many has started peace a funeral services w 11 be held tuck plan Timbo Figi Italy Day afternoon at 2 of clock at the res Tidence 511 East Mccarty Street in London dec. 11 up re-1 Dlan Apolis. . Denny lived Ltd ports circulated in several european i Greencastle on East Hanna Street capitals today that Germany a 1 j hut left Here some 40 years ago. To started a new peace mov through leaves the widow mrs by via Denny Italy. And two Brothers. Samuel of Indi amp a the reports were entirely Unco i Ausilis and Ralph Jack Denny firmed and it seemed that the Only Vav to a known orchestra Leader of new authority was a italian quarters at j York City. Geneva where the league of nations Assembly was called into session today to consider Finland Appeal against russian aggression. Tenuous As were the reports they caused natural interest in diplomatic quarters Anil efforts were made at once to Check them in Berlin Rome and Geneva. �?�3 it a it a it it it it it it it today a weather it it and it it local temperature it it it it a a gift it it it it it it fair colder in extreme Southeast a portion tonight tuesday partly the Only really circumstantial re Cloudy and warmer followed by Junt of the alleged peace move was showers tuesday night and in North published by the Brussels new Papoi West portion tuesday afternoon. Lesoir in a dispatch from its Geneva 6 a. M. Correspondent. 7 a. A 1 according to this dispatch there 8 a. M. 37 were reports in italian quarters not 9 a. M. A 1� Only that Germany had started an 10 a. M. -10 other move to negotiate peace but 11 a. M. 41 that the French government already 12 noon had been informed of the move prob 1 p m. 43 ably through the italian government. 2 p m. 43
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