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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - December 18, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaThe weather Cloi of and warmer Ltd 0 volume forty eight the daily Banner a a 4 All. The Home news 4 United press service 4 it it Waves for All g keen Castle Indiana monday december is not it. 54. Bundy f4s vespers speaker Sun. Neh Celebration of if tilth anniversary of i Iii Beta Kappa Kiin hero played Solo a led is prominent persons to honorary membership and 42 alumni to membership of the fiftieth and nary of the founding of the de four judges watch divorce suit proceedings Frank m. Martin judge of the Owen county circuit court was Here today As special judge in the. Prolongation of the Pitts divorce suit. The Case was filed in september 1938. And a divorce was granted the first of this year but there has been Dis sention Between the two parties concerning the custody of the children of whom there Are five or six. The Ilea Ling today was to effect a settlement of the custody trouble. Two former Putnam circuit court judges were attorneys judge James p. Hughes with his Law partners Hoy c. Sutherlin and James g. Hughes son of the former judge rep allotment is fixed at 39.250 acres Indianapolis livestock University chapter of Phi resenting the Mother of the children hogs 8,000 Market 15c higher 160-230 lbs $5.45-$5.75 230-300 lbs $4 95-$5.35 300-400 lbs $4.65-$4.85 100-160 lbs $5.25-55.65 sows $4.25-$4.75. Cattle 1,00 calves 600 steers and he fers Strong to 25c higher cows steady to Strong steers mostly $7.50-$9 00 most common and medium heifers $6.00-$9.00 dealers steady Good and Choice $10.50-$11.00. Sheep 3.500 native lambs weak to plantings in 1940 Are expected 25c lower Good medium lambs $8.50-to Supply domes$8.75 nothing done Early on fed tic needs 1 lambs or yearlings. Acreage will come in order to protect Corn prices Ora a. Day is chairman Young couple badly injured in Accident child Dies from attack of pneumonia car crashes into another near Bridge rear rain u Kappa opened yesterday or pc spurs service at which or. Wale. Bundy gave the address. The spam continued through monday speeches by or. William e Licking of Harvard University and r Arthur h. Compton of the uni Rosity of Chicago at a morning is pct and an afternoon forum Indiana Alpha chapter found december 17, 1889. Elected six eminent persons to honorary and forty two alumni to Reglar membership. The six honorary a embers Are Willis Van devant go retired Justice of the United tates supreme court David Ulen members and former judge c. C. Gillen represented the father. The present judge of the Putnam court William m. Sutherlin. Was a Spectator of the proceedings. 1-h bit club will make Quot we Farmers should realize that the acreage of Corn next year wll have to come Down in order to level off production and protect Corn Pii Ces Quot of a a. Day chairman of the Putnam county agricultural conservation committee said this wee t. A or. A it announced that the 1940 a v to a com a Loument for Putnam county a Democrat women has been set at 39, 250 a cres. Marriage License Howard w. Davis Mechanic of Clinton township and Hazel sad or at Home Clinton township. Girls condition is fair by Gerald William Morison. Five month old son of or. Ami mrs. Donald Morrison of i Roachdale. Died at the methodist Hospital in Indianapolis sunday morning at 2 00 of of Eccl. To had been ill one week with pneumonia. Funeral services were held at the Chastain funeral Home in Roachdale monday afternoon at 2 00 of clock a with Rev. Samuel Smith in charge of the services. Interment was in the i Roachdale cemetery. I i h Graf Spee blown up by its Crew Wilbur Moberly was arrested state police following mishap severe injuries were received by i music featured two occupants of a Light Coupe which a crashed into the rear of another automobile a half mile North of Bain Bridge on the county a Black top Road Early saturday night. Miss Helen Hooser 19. Of Roach j Dale was brought to the Putnam i dramatic finish to naval Battle c ame of drug in a late sen Day part of Crew arrested ship won scuttled a it left Harbor ten minutes before time All hands saved Twenty members will go to farms where calves Are raised by club boys i or. Day pointed out that the corp Tober 1 carryover of 561 million by i out Shell of Corn is almost three times the average 10-year carryover of 212 million bushels. Of the total amount carried Over approximately 257 Mil Ion Bushes Are in the nation s Ever Normal granary either under Seal on farms or held by the commodity credit corporation in steel bins or in terminal and elevator storage. I Quot the downward trend adjustment of the 4-h Boot calf Jal. 20 director of the Tva Carl j club of Putnam county will Partick a Ell. 09. President elect of North j Pate in a tour of parts of the count Latera University in Boston mrs. Thursday which will take them to e i Therine coffin Phillips �?T95, Pasa few of the farms where beef calves i in Corn acreage for 1910 is necessary a calif., author Eli Lilly Indi-1 Are being raised by boys of the club in order to protect the com loan pro Apolis pharmaceutical Man fac there Are 20 members of the club j Gram which guarantees Farmers a re and Owen a. West Chicago it was stated at the office of David certain Price providing that product l. Grimes Putnam county farm 1 tion does not exceed certain Levels a hold a meeting first meeting of season held in court House s to urday afternoon the Putnam county Democrat women s club hell a most successful meeting saturday afternoon in the Assembly room of the House. The new officers for the club Are president. Mrs. Verner Houck first vice president mrs. Roy Brack Ney second vice president. Mrs. Walter Williams third vice president mrs. Claude King recording Secretary mrs. Ray Fisher corresponding Secretary mrs. Roy c. Sutherlin la Vor Vii Hui i 14 la let Iii luu1iiv idl ,11 Livili us vol Siul talc4u Vil l a a 11 11 Vos 4 / 1 Secretary in his vespers address sunday or. J agent and not nearly All of the 26 he said. Quot furthermore the rate of 1 treasurer mra Frank Jarren a Undy said Quot it is indeed a Propri calves these 20 members Are raising conservation payments which May be org Verner Houk a trounced her w that a program comm rating the j can be inspected hut the directors earned for planting within 1940 Corn a Ommy Etc Cha Rmon for the coming a Dunding of the first chapter of this of the tour Wei include As Many of j allotments have been increased a j. To Tun named the pm. Colety in the state a Indiana should them As is possible. It is desired that proximately 11 per cent. Under the Bers whom Pulpy glad cho8en to serve sin with a service of worship i As Many of the members of the club 1939 program participating Farmers pm their committe11le committees i Hoover in Roachdale for a birthday be in addition to its emphasis on that car. Attend the tour. A earned conservation payments of 9 named we Rte a ways and Means Mph i it Lect Al achievement and Brit a it will Start at 9 30 of clock thurs cents per Bushel and parity payments 0 d Mccullough chairman other Ince. Phi Beta Kappa has sought j a Lay morning at Noble Fry s Home.1 of 6 cents per Bushel on the Normal inem Ocif cultivate the broader human Val first House North of the intersection yield of their Corn allotments. In is of morality and of roads 43 and 36. At 10 15, the tour 1940 the conservation payment will or. Hundy discussed the human s duo a the Home of Max and Al Sci Plines that Are taught and learn lm1 Clodfelter. On Road 36. West of in the Quot school of the spirit Quot. Quot no Bainbridge. At 11 o clock it is due a Quot a Tributino is comparable to that of a Jack Arthurs Northeast of who disciplined his a it Castle and half an hour la or at Wil Quot seminar of twelve unlea�.1>ed men Ard Abbotts also Northeast of the Basic matters of human duty Aid destiny Quot he said. Quot is not the get relationship with god and Man cd Jesus promised his followers v very secret and providential Des Liny of our human existence be 10 cents per Bushel and the rate of the Price parity payment will to announced later Quot or. Day explained t doubling up arrangements on Trail 4-i por tation can be made if those not or. Bundy outlined the essential havin transportation of their own Terence Between the logical a a win be at his office in the court it is of academic learning and the Housty but 0 a Cluck that mornl11� Imp a statements of human conduct to be announced later program. Mrs. Theodore Crawley chairman assisted by mrs. Ferd Lucas mrs. Glendon Rightsell miss Nell Lovett mrs. Blanche Monnett i mrs. William Morrison Cloverdale Quot by planting within their Corn mrs. Guy Coulags. Bainbridge. Mrs. Acreage allotments Farmers Are not Lee Bryan Fillmore miss May Gott Only protecting farm income but Russellville membership. Mrs. Kim they also avoid the added exp Rase of or Gardner assisted by mrs. O. B. Seed labor and equipment necessary a stump. Mrs. Claude Webb mrs. T. A. Sigler mrs. C. C. Gillen. Mrs. James p. Hughes miss Gladys to j Greencastle. The tour will be extended into the afternoon if the club members wish. Or. Grimes suggests that probably to Harvest acres of c0� it Nee led Quot a opposed in the school of the spi it. Quot we do not really know the Golden a ule and its actual meaning until it the county chairman stated. Quot beyond that they Are making a great Gas. Mrs. William Herod and mrs. Contribution to converting the a w. T. Handy publicity chairman tion s soil resources he said. J mrs. Roy Sutherlin. I the three speakers for the after allotments for individual farms 1v 1 noon were introduced by mrs. Craw a Putnam county will be mailed to to i by program chairman. Roy Sutherlin. Mrs. O. D. Mccurl Spee Lough and Glendon Rightsell each c hut it court notes j Ca Farmers within the next 15 Days. In a suit for partition of real e3-1 Robe Corn acreage allotment for the . Uruguay. Dec 18. I i up a British warships in the teachers meet re Var plat an 1 t a a Una Guyans ashore watched the flame a a a a j twisted wreckage of the scuttled n1lendid sessions held hat German pocket battleship Admiral i Day by county schools j Graf spec today As its Captain pro vacation opens Friday a needed to Buenos Aires angrily pro county Hospital at Gen cute wherein tatting that the a it a i gov in her condition was said to be the mus e at the All Day session ment had forced him to sink his ship. Woody Abbott. 20. Of Bainbridge. Of j of the Putnam county teachers in it was the end of the first big Nav orator of the car miss Hooser was j statute in the High school gym Nai a Battle of the european War. And Riding in was also brought to lha cum. Saturday was especially Fine j apparently the beginning of a Diplo Hospital but Ditl not remain Over numbers were contributed by music i malic incident. Night. I students of the schools at Bel e in through the night the hold of Tho the Young girl suffered a double j Ion. Reelsville Roachdale Putnam a air spec its superstructure show fracture of the right Arm. Fractured j Ville and Fillmore and All of them my above the water six Miles off jaw Bone and severe Mouth and face were of High Quality. There was a a Montevideo had flamed like a Viking injuries. Her lower lip was almost j general comment to the effect that severed and it was reported 12 Teeth i the county schools Are rap Day and had been removed. Abbott received dancing in the music Field a broken nose and knee and Chest in Gerald Alexander superintendent juries. Of the Parke county school system Wilbur Moberly of near Danild and a former Putnam county school Driver of the car that was stopped on Pupil spoke during Tho Forenoon the Bainbridge Roachdale Road was session. He considered various sub arrested by state policeman Max jets of the curriculum of High Webb following the mishap. A schools and pointed out the parts Moberly told investigating officers they p a in the development of a j he had stopped his car to pick up a a student s pfc. Particularly the ath hitch hiker. J h tic program in which the student up Guy boat Libertad and headed for Abbott who with miss Hooser participates arid what it could do for i Buenos Aires across the River plate was in route to the Home of the lat a student if the athletic program Estuary. Ter s parents. Or. And mrs Harry were balanced. The Tacoma with 350 of the Graf it should teach the student to be up officers Ami men entered Celebration in his Honor said he was j a Good citizen As Well As to be a win Montevideo Harbor at Midnight. It blinded by the Bright lights of an on Ner in athletic games a or. Alex Vas understood that the uruguayan coming car and did not Sec the Park-1 Ander said. Government prepared to intern them cd machine. A t. H. Malan Principa at Russell to Ajir duration of the War unless both automobiles were almost j Ville a number of years spoke in the Germany could present some argue completely demolished. J afternoon Institute. He spoke on the Benj which would convince the gov j underlying idea of democracy. He eminent that they might he classed compared democracies their growth As Ordinary shipwrecked mariners and development from past Ages aboard an unarmed ship the to with those of the present Day. He Conta. Quoted some very prominent Histo arrive or reported that s Mie ians words concerning democracies. A a a hips of the Allied deals watch Al to said it was a Groat historian who ready hadit the palp going out to wrote Quot a democracy must be reborn a jump th0 constant patrols Over every few years if it is to continue 5.000,000 Square Miles of the South to exist. 1 a Antic which had brought them at the Institute sectional groups aft i. We pcs f search to the Graf were in session for the purpose of Suppe and had Brount the Graf Spee discussions by the teach la apr a path , ,.,. Flat or s it be group gatherings in an the. British Cruiser Exeter which a Man pocket battleship adminal gtaf1<lffart t0 Eam Bow the of her be w were arrested by uruguayan i funeral pyre. Three Gigantic explosions and i number of Small ones deliberately set. Had wrecked the ship. Its Crew had been taken off by tin German Tomppy ship Tacoma and an Argentine Navy launch. Capt. Hans Langsdorff. Its commander. Had boarded an Argentine Navy launch with most of his officers and. The bulk of his Crew. Thence they had transferred to the argon part of German Crew is Pleli a it rested for destroying ship after Landing following explosion i Montevideo Uruguay dec. 18 a up four seamen of the her thinking feeling and a Atli. Propositions of the spirit Call upon very Morid emotional and volitional resource at our command Quot Bundy told his audience. Quot they not equally convincing for All -1 a me accept some reject still others i he added. Quot their i. Ruth depends upon the wishes and a Quot of the individuals and groups that profess or Bundy continued with the statement that a achievement in the Hool of Christ depends entirely up the simplicity and docility of our pint Quot Quot one of the first results of or school of spirits is an elemental a use of need a feeling of depend a it on Powers that Are higher 1 stronger than our own a he said. Quot tote school of the spirit is still a Inar Quot or. Bundy concluded Quot since a have not yet disciplined our barbarous nature As Well As our the musical program of the vespers service was High lighted by a. Herman bergs Solo the an Dart from the Volin concerto by Mendels a in. In addition the University Chou Sang two anthems Quot god be in my head by Chapman and Quot Jesu Friend of sinners Quot by Grieg. Or. Van Denman Thompson s Organ prelude Quot As the sinfonia to a a War Dankan Dir Gott Quot by Bach. President Clyde c Wildman presided. Filed in the Putnam circuit i flt ate Indiana has been set at a gave Brief bul very timely talks of i interest. Or. Sutherlin commended smaller allot i Cut upon its enthusiastic Active the Concrete motivation for a court saturday by Hughes. Sutherlinx2 it0 . Amp Hughes Dora Aker Paul Ake Florence Snider i Urence t. Snider j Are plaintiffs and Geo. W. Aker and Pete Holsapple As administrator of the estate of James m. Aker and others Are the the Brunt of the sea fight had an 1es problems that face a at the British naval base in Harbor authorities today on the by he a Kulund Islan so off the Argente of blowing up their ship Frankjr the l. Superintendent of tip p0a8t, with in. And 23 a corp Oil. A and two i the Putnam county school system in troop 01 has parents nil rat to celebrate their first annual charter ceremony tonight announcing or. The stated that i diary seamen the germans wet announced that the county schools 1 cities and emphasized woman Sim. Taken from the German Supply ship a wounded. A although Pugna City is in bad re Ute today and suggests the negation a continued on Tuso i our 1 Chaj Somas seals protect n tour Home h prom a tuberculosis 78ey educate people about temp ome of tuberculosis in order that in decal Aid May be sought Early. Thi it boy scouts leaders and parents of troop 90 will celebrate their first annual charter ceremony with a parents night and special program open to the Public monday. December 18. At 8 00 p. M. In Bithel m. E Church. The charter will be presented with an impressive ceremony by District chairman or w. E. Edington and leadership certificates will be awarded to scoutmaster Walter j. Bay Nard assistant scoutmaster Albert e. Howard and Charles Howard. Troop committeemen Adam Wagner. Charles Woods. Samuel Holbert John Dorsey. Henry Jackson and John due. Scout membership certificates will be granted to scouts Raymond Ernest Joseph Bowles Robert Sligh. Hubert Scott James Miles. Lloyd Masterson Clarence Smith and Robert Scott. Various scout stunts and demonstrations will be included on the program. Group singing and special numbers by several of the scouts have been rehearsed. One of the features of the evening will be the presentation of scout service stars to the scouts of troop 90 for their unusual achievements by scoutmaster Baynard. Troop 90 under the direction of scoutmaster Baynard with the Fine support and sponsorship of the Greencastle Kawania club has distinguished itself As one of the Leadin troops in the Wabash Valley Council which has one Hundred three scout troops. Ments or. Day though the disappearance of Corn a i Pollanz expected to be greater in the 1939 i Bullough spoke earnestly of the sin 40 marketing year than it has been care cooperation needed from each during the past year the abundant a a Quot Ltd us kid that l a h one Supply in the Ever Normal granary police Good sportsmanship throw ill. And the increasing yields indicate Quot it the coming election Yar. The that adequate supplies can be readily a Al Aly f Lendor r a a a. ,. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a talked most informatively of the provided from a smaller act Cage in world situation today. He emphasized the fact that our democracy Quot i would like to remind Farmers in theae Crk Ca w trying ume8 of scene for Buenos Aires and permit that planting within All special Almota italian Rove rement must do eve lot ments will make cooperators Ell a Eryung m us wer t suf Llain Diblle for both conservation and parser us popu a f pm of govern. Ity payments and for Loans on next a in he Graf up e Lay Liis morning. 1. ,h�?zlr.,w,n have Ruelf examination tuesday a i a half mile outside uruguayan Tacoma which had brought their. And wednesday of this week w i territorial Waters where it had been Back to Montev after the Giu hear Fina rcport8 thursday an bowl a up by Crew at 7 50 p pee was Brown up six Miles off Friday 8nd we a Prpa Plu Tuph. yi.hl., 0 minut,.�?z before the a of. programs. I Ricell dead line set fur its departure schools will in it was understood that a Apt Hans Langsdorff commander of the Graf spec himself missed arrest Only narrowly. The uruguayan official tug Gurican intercepted an Argentine tug on which he was leaving the years com Anil wheat crops if they Are available a or. Day said. A plantings in 1940 Are expected to Supply All Domestic needs including any possible increased demand for pork and lard for he concluded. Showdown expected Washington dec. 18 up formal announcement of vice president John n. Gamers 1940 candidacy for top place on the democratic ticket suggested a show Down today pm the question whether president Roosevelt would support his two time running mate or Bolt him next year. Some politicians believe or. and gamer have been driven j so far apart by spending labor and related new Deal policies that a Bolt might be expected. The president has not intimated his intentions and is ment. The latter part of the program consisted of music furnished by a Young men s quartet whose members were George Benefiel John Fisher Mare Einius Hubble and Andrew Waring. They Sang four songs Quot Wagon wheels Quot Quot Gonna shout All Over god s Quot wait a till the Sun shines Nellie Quot and As an encore Quot silent the next meeting of the club w a be held january 27. The program will be announced later. Quot the Bride is one of Greencastle s popular and talented Young women a said the newspaper of the Day rein a position today where he May run a Yarding miss Mary f. Albaugh who 20 years ago in Greencastle Tod the launch to proceed Only after exchanging radio messages with Marine Headquarters. Headquarters sail that Langsdorff should he permitted to go where he liked it was said. Uruguay a action in arresting the i four Admiral Graf Spee seamen came like a tacit a ply to unofficial protest that the ship had not been Given sufficient time to make necessary repairs. A mown up by Ner Crew i. R of p. Friday end will present their Chris. Mph Cpl Lay l0 minute before the Mast programs. A Lola a a pm. We for Ith depart dismissed Friday a interment afternoon of this week for the ten minutes later the Graf was Christmas vacation and Wilt real i mane vering apparently to get into semble monday january t. Position for departure. I at 5 55 it Lagan exchanging Flag Foi r British ships sink a signals with the Supply ship Taco a. A lying about 350 Varden from it. The Berlin Dee. 18 up germ i i Tacoma had aboard about 350 of the warships yesterday Sank four British a grafts Crew. Ships and seriously it damaged three i 6 02 capt. Langsdorff raised auxiliary vessels the official German 1 a a Rak Al command the usual signal news Agency d. N b. Said today. London. Dec. 18. Up britons. Rejoicing at the death of the German pocket battleship Admiral Graf Spee. Were informed officially today that a British submarine had sunk one of Germany a six cruisers. An admiralty announcement indicated that the submarine the Little Ursula had attacked a 6,000 ton German Cruiser despite its protective cordon of six German destroyers and torpedoed it. Japs try to appease Art department display i its Christman gifts made by students Are a Hovyn in City Library again or establish some other candidate a a convention Challenge to gamer or go along with the movement to promote the vice president to the White House. Columnist Dies new York. Dec. 18.�? up a Heywood Broun president of the american newspaper Guild and new York Post columnist died at 9 50 a. M. Today of pneumonia in Harkness Pavilion. Was married dec. 17 to or. G. W. Grove of Knob Noster mo., at the Home of her parents. Or. And mrs. Philip Albaugh. East Washington Street. She wan a graduate of de Pauw and the University of Chicago. Tokyo. Dec. 18. Up Japan moved today to placate american official and private opinion and promised that the Yangtze River in China on display in the City Library monday and tuesday december 18th and 10th Are Christmas presents made in the Art department at High school by i students in the Junior and senior High school under the instruction of Dor i Othy Knudson Art supervisor and Juanita King assistant in the Art department. High school students represented Are John Long. Bill Moseley Robert Steele William Ernest Mary Hammond. Wilma of Neal. Lucy Longde i. Mary Pierce. Lois Bintz Kessler i for a ships departure. The Tacoma began lifting its anchors at 6 15. At 6 10 the Graf headed for the narrow Channel to open water it j was off. It steamed slowly. Tho a sailors on tier decks waved in response to Waves from the crowd i ashore. At 6 40 the Graf turned Westward As it making for the Channel which leads for 100 Miles to Buenos Aires. Five minutes later Tho Tacoma steamed slowly Down the Channel after the Graf. The Graf halted slightly West of Kilometre no. 6 3j Miles Down the narrow five mile Channel. It restarted very slowly. It it of i i mini on in Pikr l Wiiri a today a weather a a and a a local temperature a a a a a a a a a a a a Cloudy occasional rain warmer in Marcella j East portion tonight tuesday partly Raymond Ernest Leonard i Cloudy and colder rain in morning i t would be reopened to International j Sample. John Bamberger. Southeast and extreme East portion Trade. It was regarded a a part of a one of the nicest articles in the an Effort to forestall or. Grove a physician was a can the american Japar. Tain in the world War. Mrs. Josephine Lewis returned from Martinsville where she had been taking treatment. Or. And mrs. John of Neil of Cloverdale were Here visiting the lat terms parents or. And mrs. Theodore Boes. All up pm Mercoal Accord next month during a 90 minutes conference with United states ambassador Joseph c. Grew foreign minister Admiral a Ichisaburo Nomura promised to reopen the main Trade artery of China a step Long demanded by the United states. Group is a trinket Box by Lois Bintz minimum. 44 which she has already sold for a Nice 6 a. A. 45 profit. 7 a. A. 46 seventh Grade students represent 8 a. A. 49 de in the Little exhibit Are Charlotte 0 a. A. .50 Patterson. Lillian Taylor. Norma 10 a. A. 52 Jean Peabody. Joan Newgent Frank 11 a. A. 55 Cartwright. Buddy Boston. Marion 12 noon. 56 Chrisenberry Elnora Craver Carl 1 p a. 57 Foxx. Don Roberts Glen Monnett. 2 p a. 59
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