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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - December 14, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaThe weather fair and warmer it Ltd it the daily Banner 4 All the Home news 4 4 United press service 4�?oit Waves for ally , Indiana thursday dhum Makr 14, 1w.> no. 51 it i aus Pir shop orders Busy Emkin Are adept at him broken toys and hiking them like new come unofficial help b 8p�?~ introduced Gene Penn Egton. Choir to Rector. Or penning Kiwan ians hear a Cappella choir kiwanis International s Greene tie chapter met at the Gobin Mem or a Church at noon today and after luncheon the a Capella choir of the Greencastle High school Sung a group of numbers. The program was presented by the principal of the High school or. Or. Hocking will speak citizens asked to Russia is donate to legion expelled from collected from givers by rican legion veterans and be distributed by them to Claus Branch repair shop d a a a the fire department is suffered a tidal wave of the last few Days and now s f be of repair men chiefly firemen Are happily at work those toys just like new firemen smile As they work too. Omen of the Joys that will come any Little folks of the common Long about december 25. There Onie unofficial helpers working die toys too men who know Allut putting grease on tus cd axils i choir to Rector. Or penning ton announced the selections. Among the numbers were dear land of Home from Sibelius tone poem filandia and a swedish i aver. The program was concluded with a group of Christmas carols. No information on interurban to address i�i1k Beta c convention Here monday morning the Amei inn legion asks the coi m Lipi tier operation of the people of Putnam Iii Jig i county to make this Christmas a Happy Cne for every needy family. I the schools arc having a toy Day i for children to bring their broken a toy.�, o. Ones that have be a out grown to school where they will in l pick d up by the legion the trustees l arc giving their assistance and other organizations Are helping in every Way possible. We Are now using the Aid of j i very individual this is your duty. A make some boy or girl Happy with a a toy that almost anyone Enn afford j Call the fire department or n i a 1 world league r r o f Esso it at Harvard unanimous vote taken is Resi it or red attack on finnish nation Bainbridge clubs held joint meeting has written numerous Philo iop Hiral work and is a men her of various boards goes to higher boo some smaller nations of l not Yot on Resolution action was reported t nun Inious or. Wil i amp a e. Hocking who will speak on a the finer arts of Pugna City Quot at the Phi Beta Kappa Celebration next monday morning a been professor of philosophy at h Vard University s Nee 1914. All a it e p o it t prevalent that traction will suspend operation dec. Is academic degrees were earned at j that University with the exception. Of various honorary degrees from a will i amp is College. Oberlin 1 leg a j the universities of Cheapo and of Geneva. Dec. 14 up the assent b y of the league of nations Glen combo if you wish to do Isle in i voted unanimously today to expel \ univ v. By j soviet Russia for the invasion of a a Finland. Twelve nations participated in the vote which still had to be ratio i by the league Council of 15 nation a i a yes f once t i where an unanimous a a to a require Depauw band of ago w. Or. Hocking has also taught phi1 paint a report is prevalent Over town Sophy at Yale i in Versley and it the that the local traction line will suspend operations the night of december 31, but verification of the report is lacking. At the local office splendid program heard wednesday evening by audience at Bainbr Ige wednesday evening. The Parent teacher association and the conservation club had a Fine joint meeting in the school gymnasium. With some 250 or 300 interested persons in attendance. The gathering was addressed by he die Meusch. Who is connected with the educational Bureau of the state conservation department who held the dose attention of his audience As he told of the work of the department. Its a is. And other matters connected with the conservation f wild life in Indiana. Victor was Ter county game Warden showed a a mov Ezor animal life in the state the film being furnished by Indiana University. Battleships engage in an Ali Day fight three British risers Ren Down German Raider in Soeth Atlantic two Are badly damaged All ships Anchor off South american port it end of Battle. Many usual les Kex it red University of California in addition to visiting lectureships at Princeton it Pauw University s concert University. Glasgow University an i presented the first formal concert at Oxford and Cambridge. Besides of the 1939-40 season wednesday his academic work he was inspector night under the direction of or. Little wagons applying Ding Breaks and so on. I the lot of used playthings Are is a bicycle with no tires Jig j puzzles dolls doll carriages and f Indiana it abroad corporation a les. Vet Oci Pedes books and Doz a which operates the line Between in-1 of War lssu0fl courses for the United Loo pol i Lingl. The program main of other things. Diana Lis and Terre haute St the War Quot apartment in 1018. Trained an effective balance Between repair men like to put red i Greencastle it was stated this mom i several the numerous Phi j vivid hand arrangement and classics Green paint above All apparently no that no definite statement had 1 soph ical work written by or Hock usually reserved for orchestral or ii b ack and White next and rna it Eon received there concern few other colors but it is an cessation of service. Quot Quot Quot a Quot the Talent displayed in the concert. Port i states a a types of philosophy a Quot the particularly Well executed were the eni Nara a a ing the i Are a it a i. Nations. And showed that the lat a Man experience a his first pub tor Are Good material for a band with Phon Al situation which gets any a was a j at the ocal office of Milors than these four.8ystem, that the company is per men Are adept at Patchin Mitt cd to give but its intention to quit its traction service which we old give until the 16th. Which is next saturday for his 1912. Quot Man and a that Are weak or broken so it after paint has been applied toys Are in Many instances ac-1 y As Good As new and potential of a lot of happiness to a a Steis of the town. In. Spirit of world 15-Day notice of ing elements of individualism. Written in 1937. Or. Hocking is a member of the ,. Board of the journal of so such to be Given. It was a i to i 1 Cial philosophy an associate of the there that this 15-Day notice is per a r j fitted in Case where other service and Quot last Fust movement from Schubert s in any of the playthings have a substituted for the abandon is which led Jas. Merryweather. Trolley service. Iran former City fireman to re there Are reports that persons. It and Institute of Pacific relations and a director Ling Nan University Canton China. He is a member of tie american philosophical association finished symphony. The a polka by Johann and Joseph 1 Strauss and tie Marche from Quot Lowe three oranges by Serge Prokofieff. Arrangements for All three 1 were difficult and the presentation worthy of the composers. Of t Mely i significance were two other selections. A a Christmas fantasy of in Ihan a polls invest k k re that in his boy Hood Days when connected with the traction corpor had to have a wheel for anything at on Are securing equipment to place the sort he Cut a slice off the end a Fous in be in operation Over a route 1 round log. The Veteran news cosely parallel to the route of the a Man who happened in remark traction route immediately upon the in his turn that when he we As a stopping of the traction service he never had a toy of any sort had wheels and a red sled was Given him in his really Days caused a serious horse a Cut on the big Road in front his Home. Others in the group men looking at the display of toys fenced along similar lines Ese used toys Are collected from gives by american legion vet is. Anti they will take them to r various destinations after they a through the repair men hands. Of the american Academy of hymns and carols by Cufford Lillya arts and sciences. Greencastle audiences have heard or. Hocking at a number of previous addresses at Depauw University. And 1 lie to Onais from the opera. Quot Christmas night by Rimsky kor Sakow. Remarkable triple tonguing was Dispo Ayed by Leonard Johnson. I it a p for expulsion. Tie Resolution goes to the Council for final action this afternoon. Most observers believed it would pass. The expulsion was proposed yesterday by Argentina was approved by the finn so Appeal committee of 13, whose subcommittee pro posed not Only that Russia be expelled a i that the league refuse to recognize the Quot puppet government established by Russia for Finland and that Aid be Given Fin and not Only by league members but by non members As Well including the to tilted states. The sub committee that drafted to s included representatives of i Britain. France Bolivia Sweden and Portugal. The following nations abstained from voting on the expulsion Mexico Sweden. Denmark. Norway i i via l Tuania Esthonia Chinn Bulgaria and Switzerland. Hol and and Belgium voted in favor of the but with reservations which were tantamount to not giving it their full support. However since no nation voted against the proposal. Passage was unanimous. The Assembly adjourned at 1 11 m. 6 10 a. M Ost until 3 30 teachers i ill address Institute e r a i. D Alexander and professor Malan to be featured saturday two instructor Well known in Putnam county will be tie speakers at the Putnam county teachers Institute which will be held All Day saturday. December 16. In the High school auditorium in Greencastle these two speakers Are. Gerald Alexander. Superintendent of the Parke county school system and professor t. H. Matan of the faculty of the state teachers College at Terre haute. Montevideo. Uruguay. Dec. 11 up the British Cruiser Achillas set a death watch on the damaged German pocket battleship Admiral Graf spec today determined that it should not again escape to raid Allied Commerce on the High seas. Its Crew at Battle stations gun Crews Manning its eight six Inch guns tie Cruiser steamed slowly Back and Forth in the River plate just outside territorial Waters As the Graf spe2 Lay at Anchor in the inner Harbor. From Montevideo to nearby Punta Gorda Back and Forth the Gray British Cruiser maintained its watch. Its fellow cruisers Exeter and Ajax the Exter herself damaged in a Long running fight with the formidable German Raider were believed nearby. It was evident that the British ships had foreseen the possibility of a desperate break for the open sea by the Admiral Graf spec. The Achilles was Alono to be seen from the docks Here aside from the Graf spec damaged 36 of its men a killed and 60 wounded in the biggest and most dramatic naval Battle of the superintendent Alexander attend school in Washington and Russell 11 waa up a Quot he germans to decide townships in his Youthful Days and whether their crack ship should Nak has spoken at Russellville and else a it be pirate dash for a where n the county since econ up a after repairs. The Atlantis or b a interned for the a court vacation to be shortened Vid buckles and William Saul in a p. M. 8 30 a. M. A St when it will trumpet Trio of a three Kings by Deal with the provisional Council school superintendent of Parke co Fth to to. He i l address the Institute. A unit l pre8s correspondent who from 11 15 to 12. On saturday. Boarded the Graf spec was Able to Survey exterior damage. Two shells professor Malan now of the state 1 had pierced its thick fighting Tower teachers College was at the head of entering on the port i left Side and the schools of Russellville Many i emerging on the starboard Side. Two years and he also has since delivered sections of its thick armoured plate pubic addresses there and elsewhere j had been smashed in the fore part of in Putnam county. He will appear the ship on the starboard Side. Five before the Putnam county Institute impacts apparently from Small Walter Smith. Richard rink provid seats occupied by China and Latvia from 2 15 to 2 45, saturday after-1 shells were noted on the water line on the port Side. One of the two hog receipts 11.000, Market steady on All weights 160-230 lbs $5.40- $5 60 230-300 lbs s4.90-$5.30 300 j ii in Sutherlin takes off three Hays of september term of court Cert paraphrase of Quot tire world is permitted to keep her seat but lat waiting for the Sunrise Quot by Seitz Vla s seat was in doubt since she Alford. I has come under the domination of the band opened its program with Russia. It was believed that Egypt a. A up Rit cd rendition of a Spanish status also might ire voted upon March a Amparito Roca Quot by Jaime Texidor. Next was an unusual treat air planes on the ship s deck a location at the Institute will 1 400 lbs $4 60-$4 80 100-160 lbs $5.10 $5.50 sows steady to a Shade lower mostly $4.25-$4.50. I cattle 800 calves 400 hardly j judge William m. Sutherlin wed ment of Bach s choral Melody Quot Omie j enough steers to make a Market j Neglay issued an edict that the us Sweet death Quot surprising on a band a slow on few lots offered Choice a Ai vacation of one week Between program hut presented with Clear i 1.275 la parole is Orante i or Rees arc recorded at 6 �?~>0 the state clemency commission steers $10.50 other steers close of the september term of tones and simplicity of style. A Fa-1 Indianapolis yesterday granted at j $7.50-59.50 fat cows slow other j circuit court now in session Miliar Waltz by Brahms and the nov parole to mrs. Hazel Evans of Green cows and heifers steady common j an j 0pen�ng of the january term Olty concert March arrangement of Castle. 23 years old. Who was son and medium heifers $6 00-18.00 Vea should be shortened three Days a pasta Lozza a Quot completed ten cd in the Putnam circuit court ers 50 cents higher Good and Choice $11.00 $11. 50. Sheep 1.500 lambs fully 25 cent Aid i to climb ii again her bulk Good and Choice $8.75 Al it stayed at reasonable Point a $9.25. The daily Banner s a a official j _ a Arm i Ter always conservative a tear statements concerning the tem j nature this morning registered 21 tending the september term that the the women prison for a term of or. Liegl s organization Drew an i one year following an attack on an unusually Large crowd to Meharry ret a it above Zero although other n 1 liquor sales Jim Nieters. Of the common Uty tie Iai Type permitted themselves Abc decides policy after of a degree or two below that. J Jackson rules on anti the record of 21 degrees was made i Saloon plea 6 30 and 7 o clock this morning a the Mercury apparently alarmed t the its temerity in establishing a new j jew be. Mark for the season at once to climb up again and waa i reasonable Point during the Reader of the Day. Their was plenty of ice some of a automobile radiators where it by trouble. I Farmer tomorrow is prognosticate by weather men although a Cajen a concocted a couple of years ago May be. Says tomorrow will bring and saturday will have storms key. On that Calendar was marked Fain or marriage License of Quot a m Todd labourer. Helton and Nora Elizabeth Trogden Quot rework Greencastle route 1. 8 9o/ off 5 Christmas seals protect your Home prom tuberculosis the Rea double a barred Croaa. A it it prominently displayed on Thea y Are to Chr Atmaa Seal Atanda a an Ern Blem of Hope and health Hope to those who Weh to protect them Velvea from he la ease a e of liquor and Beer on Iris Day will be prohibited1 for the first ume since repeal the Al choir beverage commission announced today. The decision was reached by the commission after atty. Gen. Omar Stokes Jackson issued a formal opinion that the 1939 liquor Law amendments banned sales on new year s Day. The ruling is contrary to a previous bulletin issued by the Abc which had announced that liquor and Beer could be sold All Day january 1. The ruling Means that alcoholic beverages can be sold in Indiana Only one hour Between saturday nigh december 30. And i tuesday morning. January 2. The opinion was Given at the request of the regal counsel for the Indiana anti Saloon league. Saes will be prohibited on Christmas Day. As in previous years. Many Days into the vacation week not judge Sutherlin but Judy Howard l. Hancock of the Parke Hall and pleased it for prolonged a circuit court is the Jurist really Plauson affected by this arrangement but he asked for it.,mrs. Vonderschmit judge Hancock is on the Bench in the damage suit of Ora Proffitt against Orrin Hartle both of Mon. Gomery county the trial started recently. In the Putnam court before a. A Anapo is yesterday mrs. Harry v a a jury. But. After two Days of prot Derschmidt 45 years old of Bloom ceo dings. The jury men returning Lor a 4ia a. In ton. Whose husband operates or ser ice on the morning of the thud _ i von Castle and Granada theatres in i Greencastle. And theatres in other other woman in the South Pari of Greencastle. Near the opening i Lis year. She was charge i with assault and Battery it being brought out in the evidence that she threw a Rock at the other woman. The inv be delivered by the Rev. Dallas Riss i Ler at the opening of the program at 10 of cd Ock. Music numbers will be Given by to amp Chale Putnamville and Cloverdale. The announcements will to made by superintendent fran Jarrell at 10 30. Of superintendent close the Forenoon i had its Tail shot off part of its fuselage was gone. Extent of the Interior damage could not be ascertained As nobody was allowed inside the ship. Montevideo Uruguay. Dec. 14 up a German pocket battleship and three British cruisers Lay at Anchor a few Miles apart Here today after the biggest and most dramatic naval Battle of the european fight in the address Alexander will program. At the opening that afternoon a a War a two Lay Unni Quot a 1 o clock. Reelsville and Fillmore will a which he it Nan he Quot a in Iru Graf spec and the British Cruiser Exeter were damaged. The Admiral Graf Spee lost 36 noun cements at 1 30 o clock. There men a died and 60 wounded in the will be a 15-Mlnute recess from 2 to Hatt. Exer,.husnlty list was not immediately made known. Reelsville and Fillmore will music numb Cra. Render or. Jarre l i maj let further an and daughter injured 2 15 o clock after which professor Malan will speak closing the Institute. In an automobile Accident on state a a a a one with the w ind opening recalls Road 87 i2 Miniea Southwest of Indi a stirring i avs Anion if the old atlant ians Day found the Case had to be ceased on account of the sudden Ness from heart attack of or. I tie. The defendant. It appearing probable or. Hartle will be sufficiently recovered to be in court by december 25, the trial of the Case i i be resumed on that Day. The special statute which established the Putnam circuit court in 1923, specified that the three trans of the court each year Shou d continue 13 weeks a for As much longer As shall be the terms Are. In that statute to open the first monday in january and april and the fourth in september it was stated at the office of the clerk of the court Homer c. Morrison. Cities and their daughter. Miss Thelma Vonderschmit. 25, and mass Marjorie Burris 28. A Bloomington school i teacher suffered cuts and bruises when the automobile in which they were Riding was sideswiped by another car. The three women were taken to the methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. Where it was said none of them were seriously Hurt. In addition to the two Greencastle theatres. Or Vonderschmit operates Thea ivs in Bloomington Bedford. Seymour Crawfordsville and Nob Lesville. The world War 25 years ago today Corn show opens miss Thelma exhibits for the Putnam county Corn show came in during the Caily part of the Day and were put in place on the How Racks in the wet it end with court House some Fine specimens of haute. Putnam county Grain being among them. Four of clock this afternoon was the dead line for the entries. The show will continue through tomorrow and saturday. It is being directed by Webb Evans of the Corn club and Lois Arnold of the first citizens Bank which la upon airing the event with the backing of the Putnam county com growers As 20 years ago in Greencastle Kessler spent the relatives in Terre by United press Hindenburg a army continued struggle for Warsaw. Austrians and russians fought bitterly near Cracow. Battle of Lima Noca Lap now a j soc action. The banquet will be held Licia. Entered 11th Day. Tomorrow evening. On the High school Honor Roll were the following freshmen Margaret Emily Mcgaughey Annabelle Mcwethy. Helen Brothers. Blanche Bickner juniors William Stiles Mary Cannon. Cordelia Allen seniors Lawrence Wright. Amanda a Browning. Edna West. Top Price of hogs was $14 10 or and or. Harry Moore attended theatre in Indianapolis. Temperature was Zero. Atlanta. Ga., dec. 14 up Atlanta is ablaze again today. This time not from Sherman s Torch Bui from the fires of tradition rekindled by the world premiere of gone Ith the wind. The new South is the old even if just for a Day. And one can almost hear the wind rust ing through the Magnolia and the Dogwood where the biggest buildings stand. Through the magic medium j of heritage. Atlanta has been Able a to Dwarf herself her bustling progressive. 20th Century self into the slow and red Clay Streeter town of antebellum time. The fires Are Faming in every heart. At the Confederate soldiers Home six old men. Who faced the grape shot in the siege of Atlanta shined buttons on faded uniforms of Gray. Four of them none of whom is under 92, will March under he bars and stars to front Row scats when the Hollywood version of Margaret Mitchells gone with the wind is put on the screen tomorrow night. One of them. J. A. Skelton who was at big shanty when Andrews raiders stole a Railroad engine and attempted to Cut the Southern line of common cation has never seen a moving picture. When asked How a technicolor talking moving pc tue was going to effect him. He answered a son. It wont mean nothing to me. I be seen plenty of lantern slides. A another j. R. Jones who was with general Joseph e. Johnson when that commander surrendered to Shor Man near Durham n. C., was official sources reported that the Admiral Graf spec had been hit on the Captain s Bridge in a clothes room and in the officers mess and in front of a powder room. Her Captain was reported to be a casualty with an Arm wound. It was reported thumping his leaded Cane. That was that Exeter flagship of the British about All he could do. There in his South american Squadron suffer 1 Little room in tie Soldier s Home bul Ono direct hit. To promised that if there was any part of the movie that gave the Yankees the Best of it. He Wou d get right up there with his Cane and Brut on the screen. Pursued relentlessly try the British cruisers the Admiral Graf Spee had sought vainly to escape to the open sea. The British ships Miles Speed died. Forced her toward the Uruguay-�?�1 was an old Man said in a an coast and in tie Early summer thin voice a when general John night As thousands of tense uni son and Sherman talked terms. Or. Sherman was nighty affable that Day. Seemed to want to get the War nver As soon As he could Ami get it that bottle of whiskey general Johnson had. I watched them through Guyans watched from Shore she steamed slowly along the South coast her Searchlight playing on the resort beaches and anchored. The three British cruisers steamed behind her and drop Peri Anchor at f on Nuril on a nut two a window As they Drew up the Tenns j Punta Carreras. 10 Miles Southeast of surrender and they knocked off. A of Montevideo where a Point of land the quart before they got j juts out at the Junction of the River veterans Skelton and Jones along with two other survivors of the War Between the states will attend the Arem Lere As guests of the Star Clark Gable. Clear across town from the soldiers Home in the tall co in red houses of peach tree Road Debs und sub Debs pulled at the laces of Bone j a today a weather a and e local temperature <4 fair tonight and Friday not no corsets in the Hope of reducing their cold in West and Central portions to waists to the Inch line of Scarlett night warmer Friday. O Hara. Down from attics came old a owns worn by grandmothers and a Reat aunts. Out of trunks reeking j with Moth balls came hats and j gloves. Because tomorrow night at the Junior league Hall in the Mam Mouth auditorium the Ball room of Tara Hall will come to life. The i dresses that Wal tips and polka ii once will swing and Sway to the hot music of Kay Kyser. Minimum 6 a. M. 7 a. M. 8 a. M. 9 a. M. 10 a. In. 11 a. M. 12 noon 1 p. M. 2 p. M. 21 22 21 22 27 a 33 36 37 Zel a xylophone obbligato to the con it was believed that Chan would be i
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