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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - December 15, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaA a a a a a a a the w Eather 4 Bain and warmer to it. It the daily Banner a a Al l. The Home news 4 United press service 4 ii it Waves for ally volume forty eight Greencastle Indiana Friday december 15, 193�. Not. E. Ikamire passed away at his Home township Man oie1 following an extended illness Depauw concert band played Friday Meek of Leopold Liegl presented the de Pauw University concert hand at music Chapel Friday in several numbers from their formal concert wednesday evening. The band played a Amparito Roca by Texidor a come Sweet death by Bach a trumpet Trio arrangement of a three Kings Quot a Pizzicato polka by masonic Lodge Johann and Joseph Strauss and a Novelty concert paraphrase of in response to the Plause. The band encoded the number. Tees will be held sunday after i at methodist Church in Fillmore a Cir or. Compton to address convention or. Fulmer will speak on Turkey to speak to Phi Beta kappas at afternoon forum will answer questions second off Campus speaker a last _ i scientific work hum Bren concerned Louis e. Ikamire age 80 years de away at his Home in Marion gunship thursday evening after an ended illness. He was bom in j Sylvania september 19, 1859, the of Riley and Mary Bickel Ika two years later the family i compiled red to Putnamville where he j a i most of his life. Or. Ikamire was married Maich 189,1 to miss Eddie Mullinix to Union two children were born Jon Roy Ikamire who lives West License has free booklets Agency chiefly with a rays cosmic Kays and second off Campus speaker foe the Phi Beta Kappa Celebration Mon High lights of the personal experiences in Turkey of or. Jarvis m. Fulmer. Depauw professor will be touched upon by him sunday morning in his talk before the forum of the sunday school of the presbyterian Church of this City. Or. Fulmer worked in the educational Field in that country from 1926 until 1930, inclusive and will talk from a first-1 friends hand viewpoint. He will stress the educational needs and present Situa a tion and prospects. The forum Gath a ers in the auditorium of the Church. I and the address will begin at 10 of clock. Hendricks to observe anniversary Finland paid War debt instalment Washington. Dec. 15. Up a Finland alone among the 17 United i states debtors and despite its death t struggle against russian invaders paid its Post War debt instalment usual today in full and on time. Amount of the payment was $234 -693. Barely a drop in the bucket com i pared to the $11.600.000.000 owed by in item to c a i i j the other 16 nations none of whom paying except for Hungary so Tok Ueston of Hgt nor w ill be c our e i remittance. Maried Oil same Day in same neighbourhood British keep de ath w atch on Graf Spee Home Southeast of Koach Dalk will be thronged next sunday afternoon Day or. Arthur h. Compton wire a by if a k Myers director of traffic of Highway commission Ner of the Nobel prize for phys in 1927. He will speak at the afternoon forum on a the place of science Ira a Liberal education and will answer questions informally after his address. Or. Compton Charles h. Swift at the Putnam county Branch of j distinguished service professor of the automobile License Agency. Mis. A physics at the University of Chica l Herbert witness in court Here Lillie Mcferrin in charge of the Greencastle and a laughter mrs. I Agency and her assistants in the of ate Bay of Bainbridge. I face. Are giving free to each Purchas survivors include the wife and two j get of License plates or of a Drivers a Dren and four Sisters mrs. Cath j License a copy of a 24-Page illustrate Duree and Anna Allie and la j de Booklet containing information on a Ikamire of near Here i driving. Copies Are being distribute tf.stik1kd in c ame of state of Indiana against res kill White go. His scientific work has b in concerned chiefly with a rays and cosmic rays. His exper mental know a it. Denies ledge of the arrangement of electrons in atoms and revealed in dual Corpuscular and wave properties of Light. This work gave an Experiment in a pkg he was a member of the old Ece automobile License Bureau Al basis for the principle of Uncer a Esb Terian Church in Putnamville. Headquarters in the statehouse an Dainty which has been Basic to the t was a past master of the Apple j All License branches throughout j development of the quantum me to masonic Lodge and also a men state. It was compiled by Hallio a Chames. His Woik in cosmic rays has r of the Fillmore chapter of East Myers director of traffic of the i involved studies by coordinated Glar a state Highway commission Frank groups of investigators of these lays funeral services will be held Sun-1 Finney commissioner of the Bureau i Over widely separated parts of the t afternoon at 2 00 of clock at the motor vehicles and Don f. Stiver i Earth. From these studies it has been methodist Church in Fillmore. Fly. Director of thl it state department of j shown that the cosmic rays they Shael will be in charge of the ser i Public safety and was published by j come into the earths atmosphere of burial will be in the Fillmore 1 to Highway commission. Consist chiefly of High Speed elec a meter. The masonic Lodge i l i a engineering education and in j Irons. Id their services at the Church for Cement provide the key to traffic a professor Compton has been inter friends May Call at Rector fu.i-1 safety a governor m. Clifford town ested a so in the philosophy of so Send said in a foreword to the Book ence including such problems the grew out of affidavit charging theft of ten bushels of Corn from Herbert rib ii was Luther Herbert a Little dog that barked at a Man leaving the Herbert Bam at 2 30 of clock in the morning with a sack of something Over his shoulder last july 18. And gave or. Herbert warning that something improper was going on. According to or. Herbert a testimony in circuit court this Forenoon the very pleasant farm Home of or. And mrs. William Hendricks Southeast of Roachdale will be thronged next sunday afternoon by trends of that couple who on thar Day. Observe the fiftieth anniversary j of their marriage. Guests of Honor i on that occasion will be or. Ami mrs. \ Frank Hendricks. Indianapolis who j were married on the same Day the wedding of or. And mrs. William i Hendricks and in the same neigh boyhood. The Indianapolis couple celebrated their anniversary last j Day at their Home. Frank Hendricks the son of the late Ben Hendricks of near Barnard and his wife a daughter of John Cox. A so of near Barnard the Indianapolis couple reside at River i Side drive and 16th Street. He in business in the capital City. A Hjalmar Procope Finland stall i distinguished minister to the United states called upon Secretary of the common grave dug in North cemetery to receive 36 shattered bodies Crews at Battle stations diplomatic Pari it a the situation win by drama of immediate present or. J Montevideo. Uruguay. Dec. 15 up a common grave was dug in the North cemetery today to re a chive the shattered bodies of 36 Ger Man Navy men killed in the Battle of j Monti Zedco Between the German give Sermon Sun. It Quot hip a but of and the British cruisers Exeter. Ajax -1 and Achilles. Third in series of pre j across the Broad Estuary of the River Platte the battered Exeter a teamed slowly for the Argentine i naval base of puerto Belgrano with counsellor for our times will i an estimated 100 wounded and an j be the subject of Rev. Claude m. Me unknown number of dead. Treasury Henry a Morgenthau at 11 a. M. For the formalities. Rev. Me rare to Christmas sermons other services Given j Quot Lute Sermon at Gobin m smoring a i methodist Church sunday. December 17 at the 10 40 morning worship service. This will be the third in the series of pre Christmas sermons based upon Isaiah 9 6. Or. Lester m. Jones professor of sociology in Depauw will offer the morning prayer and Rosa Neil 1 Home until 1 00 of clock saturday Moon after which the body will a collectively they can at the family residence one half i the problem but none of these can ical Law and the relation of science Herbert a affidavit of ten bushels of i bricks county after their m to ten go be North of the Crossroads school do it the pamphlet he said. A to religion. He has taken an Active Corn from the Herbert crib on his a of1 part in various social and religious near Fillmore. Socratic club to meet saturday Teresing program has been arranged by or. Theodore Crawley a show the rapid development a motor traffic the sordid Story of a enterprises being especially con a death and destruction on streets and j corned with human adjustments to highways and contains the restrict j the conditions of life brought about tons and requirements of the traffic by science and technology. He wrot2 code of 1939 and other Indiana Laws pertaining to motor vehicles and their operation. A careful study of adj aint you with the Legal proper and Safe Way to operate a motor a the Freedom of Many in 1935 i. William Hendricks father was William Hargin a native of Kentucky and her Mother was Nan Sanders. Of the old Palestine neighbourhood and the daughter was i bom near old Palestine neighbor a Day include Church school at 9 30 a. M. The school Departmentalized with classes and teachers for All Ages. The graded worship service for children will be held in Community Hall under the direction of mrs. David Jones. Lois Elliott and Paul Sertorio. I but. With that exception they Hae a he Junior vested choir will sing and i spent All of their lives in Putnam. At children will participate in a their present Home or not far from Ifni Christmas service. A i had been missing Corn from myst. Or Hendricks has a Wel cared the third in the Serios of univer. Farm of 80 acres and mry. Hen by Vesper services will be held in Dricks advises with him in his Woi a 1 the he was prosecuting Hood just West of her present Homo witness in the Case of the state of both or and mrs Hendricks were Indiana against Russell Bud or j pubs in the old Richland school an 1 Lon White in which the latter was j by recalled link Hutchen on charged with Petit larceny growing teachers and Sarah b ver. An Honor guard stood watch on a steel deck in the Graf Spee Over the Plain Wood coff of the German dead mantled with nazi Swastika Flag. Off Montevideo on another sort of death watch slowly steamed a Squadron of British cruisers relent Reynolds speech j Elia a wolves staling a crippled Prev major in Depauw will read the steaming Back and Forth five of scripture lesson. Or. Thompson or them it was reported awaiting n Vanist. And the Church choir have possible break for the open sea by arranged a splendid program of the German ship. Christmas music. The crack 10,000 ton eight Inch other services of the solve relation of human Freedom to phys it it of the theft according to or. The mull Uve 1 two ,.s a Hen a farm a mile and a from Reelsville. Half on northerly i testified Imp. Herbert who an assistant Road supervisor in Washington township Well a the Putnam county democratic a will meet in the Assembly room i the court House saturday aftem if Lon at 2 o clock. A very inter stir a. L. Evens displays ballot of year 1883 l. Evens of near Putnamville Stam has been arranged by mrs. Had with him this Forenoon a ballot Odore Crawley chairman of the 1 from the 1883 National election locally but had program committee. She has secured a he Castle aces a quartet of male Ces. Who have been heard Over i Indianapolis radio station. The planned that he was precinct commit j from members of the quartet Are Georgs teem an for the republicans in War grown Enefiel Tenor John Fisher second Ren township that election although for. Marcelles Hubble Bariton Idrew Waring Bass. They i. % promptly at 2 45 of clock. A each committeeman had the bal there will be Short talks by mrs. Lots for his own precinct printed himself a said or. Evens. A was Republican committeeman i had the t he was casting his first vote that cares for a Large Well appointed before beginning his professorship landowner and Farmer a and got up j Home. They Are passing the half at the University of Chicago in Ifju Early that morning to watch. I had Century of married life in n most or. Compton also taught at the it Al St go a dre8fied a a cd was leaving the j varsity of Minnesota and washing j House when my ittle Dor began ton University. He was research Barking loudly und he ran Down to a physicist at the Westlu Ghouse Latip 1 car that bar saw this Man a Eav company from 1917 to 1919 and a ipe in to t am of with something in a Cial lecturer at Punjab University j sack Over his shoulder. In Lahore India in 1926-27. He was Jio owed 1,1., to his House which 1 most cordially invited to visit with president of the american physical he rent front me on my place and j then during those hours. Saw him go to his hog lot and then to j his Chicken House then someone let 1 him in the House. A i had marked Corn with a Nail pushed into the big end of each ear. And i put that Corn in the crib each evening until i found it the prosecutor of the court. Albert a from Washington University and i lie y Willams introduced in evidence i University of California. He a i a 1 two Dot it a Corll cobs Conraid. J Erakly weather beaten which society in 1934. Or. Compton was graduated from the College of Wooster in 191j and a which was printed locally but had received his m. A. And or. D. Degrees on it the National state and county Princeton University. He holds Republican tickets. Or. Evens sex \ honorary doctor of science degrees Yale Harvard Princeton Ohio state and the la. D. Lossie Mccullough mrs. Ferd Lucas Jendon Rightsell and Roy Suther cheerful mood seemingly with few regrets for what the past has had for them and anticipating much further happiness in years to come. They will keep on House sunday afternoon and All of their friends a e guess who gun Cruiser Cumberland and other units were reported to have reinforced the Ajax and the Achiles in their death Vigil. 1 report came from Capetown South afr Ca that the British Battle Cruiser renown one of the handful of warships in the world capable of both out shooting and outer teaming the Graf Spee and the aircraft earlier Ark Royal with 60 fighting planes aboard had left there dec 4 and it was believed one or both of j them might reinforce the death professor of watch Here. The Uruguay government with pres Dent Alfredo Baldomir and foreign minister Alberto Guan in charge studied the question of the Graf specs status a belligerent ship which had sought Refuge in the Church Sanctuary at 4 30 p. M or. Walter e. Bundy English Bible in Depauw will speak on a the school of the music will be provided by the University choir. The High school and intermediate leagues will Combine for a Christmas program in Community Hall at Neutral port of Montevideo. 6 00 p. M. Rev. Claude m. Mcclure will give the devotions and Edith Greenleaf. President of the senior i i league will speak on a the Christmas Guan told the United press in refutation of some reports published member of Allia Tau Omega Phi Beta Kappa. And i mrs. Verner Houck the newly j ballots for the Republican voters printed and this one of them. At the head of the ballot the name of James c. Blaine. Republican candidate for president John a. To elected president will preside and t ill announce All of her committees t this meeting. Plans for the coming ear will be discussed. All democrats a ung and old Active or indifferent Gan for vice president and Down re most cordially invited to attend meeting. Mes b. Shannon succumbed Friday Hines b. Shannon died at his Home Crawfordsville Friday morning at i20 of clock following an illness of Piveral months. Survivors include the widow. Mrs. Arah Shannon two sons Clau be Shannon. Crawfordsville and o. R Shannon formerly of Morton four ugh ters mrs. Olive Vermillion Sioux City Iowa mrs. Edith news to. Indianapolis. Ruth Pritchard Quot Waynetown and Ula Pritchard of Pearl River n. Y. One brother Earl Shannon Fincastle and several grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Sun Dav afternoon at 1 30 o clock at the t Hurch in Fincastle. Burial will be at toe Morton cemetery. 7 t Christmas seals the list of candidates the name it of Elias. Holliday who went to Congress several terms later for presidential elector. On the county part of the ballot appears the name of. A. Hays for representative John Murphy for sheriff Peter Simpson Stoner for county treasurer John f. Morrison for Coroner and other names Well remembered Here now. Jackson Day dinner Indianapolis. Ind., dec. 15. Up a democratic state Headquarters announced today that the annual Jackson Day dinner will be held Here january 8 with the fee $25 per plate. Receipts of the dinner will be fumed Over to the democratic National committe to help finance the 1940 Campaign. Several Hundred Indiana democrats Are expected to attend the affair. Sewer problem Ai Mitchell Rej sorted property own eiss or. Herbert identified having been taken by him and sheriff Lawrence Graham and Deputy sheriff Tom Vandevier from the hog lot in which so he said. W Lute had hogs at the time the Corn was taken from the Herbert crib. Nail Heads were vis Ible in the ends of the cobs. Complaint made Tineke i a a a know they Are cobs from the we Eli. Here concerning i Corn that was taken from my crib because i put those nails in them testified or. Herbert. The world War 25 years ago today protect a a tour Home w room tuberculosis Christma sails pay dividend throughout Quot he year in protecting thur family from tubers Uloet. My a tha investment new. By United press German offensive again launched at Ypres. Fighting began in Flanders with Allied attack on by Tschaepe. Austrians recaptured Duklas Paas in carpathians. Russian invasion of Hungary ended last troops retreated through Carpathian basses. Russian troops forced to Retreat from to fore Cracow. From William a. Sylvester City clerk treasurer at Mitchell this state comes the information of a situation there which similar to the situation Here complaint being made in both cities that some properties of the two communities Are secretly connected with the sewer systems but the owners Are not paying any part of the Cost of the construction of the sewer system. At Mitchell an ordinance requiring sewer connections at All properties where lines Are available to he considered at the Neyt meeting of the Mitchell City Council. Income from the sewer system at Mitchell still insufficient to meet j Revenue Bond retirement and interest j charges Sylvester said. The investment firm which handled the Bond Issue demanding action in order that All charges May be met when due he declared. The sewer system Revenue Mitchell has been 3.905.43. Expenditures and fixed charges during the two year period including retirement of Bonds totalled $4,253.68. D. A. Conkey. Superintendent of the Mitchell water works said the investment firm has explained that the City should take Steps necessary to enforce use of the sewer and that there should be enough users to provide ample income for retirement of Bonds. The sewer system and disposal the defendant. White was put on the stand by his attorney Theodore Crawley a witness in his own defense. He denied the charge of the prosecuting witness Herbert that he had Ever taken any Corn from the Herbert place but he named or Herbert one of three men of the neighbourhood from whom he had bought Corn. White said he had Only two pigs weighing Between 25 and 30 pounds which would not cat Corn from the ear and that he always fed them shelled com and burned the a minaret a pese two 20 years ago in Greencastle j Tho College forum will sing Christ a Mas carols at the Homes of shut ins j following the Vesper service. Later the students will go to the Home of 1 or. And mrs. Bartlett for a Christ Mas program arranged by prof. Robert e. Williams. Members and friends of the Church Are urged to bring their donations of canned goods vegetables and fruits to the Church office sunday or not later than december 21. Christmas baskets will be packed 011 december 22. And delivered on december 23. Maple Lei Wilits to give program Christmas program planned i under direction of ii Kiley leaders in i wan discuss program Many plans proposed make c Lub More Active in the notes of the Shortridge Greencastle basketball game at Indi Anapolis it was said by the news at 1 paper a mayor and mrs. Rupert Greencastle. Bartley and daughter occupied ring Side seats. Jimmie Zeis was there with Bells Shortridge won. 22 to 21. Lawrence Crump. Roy Newgent and Paul Grimes visited in Bloomington. The Domestic science club Rhet with mrs. Alva Brothers. At the pageant Given by the missionary society of the Christian Church the president. Mrs. Milo West gave the preliminary address last weeks a guess who a picture was really difficult for most people. Perhaps it was the ribbon that misled people but the picture was of miss Naomi Carpenter who employed by Walter Campbell. The first outside of Greencastle to guess correctly was mrs. E. G. Chamniss. Route 2. Mrs. Pauline Shafer South Jackson Street the Winner in Plant were installed through pea j among those taking part was mrs. Aid at a Cost of $100.000. Charles Mcgaughey. # the sad looking Young gentleman pictured today perhaps younger than some of the pictures we have had but he very Well known in the City and county and has a variety of interests. He looks happier now but otherwise he Hasni to changed much so this weeks a quess who a should bring a record number of Calls into the office of the Dally Banner. The two winners last week h awarded free tickets to the von Castle theater for this week end to see a a Ninotchka starring Greta Garbo Melvyn Douglas and Ina Claire. Board of directors the officers elect and the chairmen of the standing committees in the Greencastle kiwanis club met last evening in Asbury Hall at 7 30 of clock and formulated plans for making the club one of the most Active in the state Many ideas were discussed and the work of the various committee Heads was summed up so each committee in planning its program will have some ideas along which to work. President elect Paul Fay outlined the needs for a More Active organi a nation. In this outline were Many Points that had been stressed in the kiwanis training school held Here last Friday for the officers of the clubs in this the seventh and the eighth division. Those attending the meeting last evening were Paul Fay. Don Mclean. Roy Abrams e. A. Browning. R. Bartley. Jervis Fulmer Charles i Mccurry. John poor. William Bishop. Harvey Walls. Rev. Drover Forward. Roland Headley Sam Hanna. Frank Knebel c Oyd Moss and Grafton Longdon. Sunday evening december 17th, the Maple Heights sunday school will put on a special Christmas program under the direction of Harold Riley. The Prog 1 am will Start at 7 30 o clock. The program planned a follows candlelight Parade sunday school juniors a silent night Welcome invocation miss Godwin quartet Castle City four i Christmas numbers a to Little town of Bethlehem congregation pageant sunday school juniors a the christinas Story poem a the first Christmas Eva Covert Carol cd Ruitman Day duet there a a song in the air Joan Collins and Elaine Parish Carol away in the Manger sunday school juniors Carol special Quot we three Kings of Orient Are quartet Castle City four Christmas numbers Carol congregation a Joy to the world Benediction miss Godwin l o. O. F. Greencastle Encampment no. 59 i. O. O. F. Will meet this evening at 7 30 of clock to give the Golden Rule degree. All members Are urged to be present. A today a weather a a and a a local temperature a Cloudy intermittent rain and somewhat warmer except near Lake Michigan tonight saturday partly Cloudy and mild. Minimum. 33 6 a. M. A 7 a. A. 36 8 a. A. 39 0 a. Or. 41 10 a. M. 43 11 a a. 45 12 noon. 46 1 p. M. 14 2 p. A. 44
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