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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - December 25, 1939, Greencastle, Indiana9, the weather 4 rain no warmer 4 4. 4 so volume forty eight the daily Banner a it Waves for ally 6 to i e a All the Home news 4 United press service 4 a a 4 a Greencastle Indiana monday december 23, 1� a. Its and readers enjoy Fine meeting Allen Tilden interested in Southern football the following dispatch comes from 1 litle Rock ark., today the Arkansas Democrat said today the Southwest conference Wou d take Over Quot the Cotton bowl foot a i game at Dallas january 1, 1941, Ore than 100 attend Ann and operate it As a conference at versa re held at Morin traction. Memorial Church sports editor Allen Tilden wrote a that the Deslon to take charge of ,1, win Versari of tool 1,1 the game Whir a the conference has shunned the past two seasons was reached at a conference meeting in Dallas a month ago. Hut not made Public because Quot details had not been worked Del Mel ting held with Seoul Toman tittles leading the oath Flag ceremony held to than 100 scouts leaders p. Arid friends celebrated the lie uni Ersary of troop 40 at the m e. Church. Trio following leaders were r wig of this outstanding Prog ran i tester Richard e. Lawrence Distant scoutmaster Jack ant in troop committee chairman n c. Wolgamott and troop commit-1 t numbers k. W. Thorlton dim tribes John a. Cartwright. D 1 r. Sir the. Other scout Era prese. Jul unit 11 District Chararan w. L ton. Or. E. R. Bartlett so chairman j. M. Ful-1professors Robert Williams. I 1 i Rev. Claude Mcclure. For. scoutmaster Robert Dean. A and assistant scout k Ait ivc Jint Molter. A Model scout meeting was i wed a intr scout Tommy Bif a biking the scout oath Charu Mabeu i presenting the sen m John Ross Anil. Ivor i to till presenting a Flag Foremon a 51 i conference to be held Jan. 8 a i Quot 84 ene of a prob aria state s largest i m 111. Meeting. I go swim. I alter Ann not. 00 Greencastle closes up for a the holidays Santa claims sees 600 at wards on Friday Santa onus entertain 600 children Friday afternoon at the local Ward store. Several of the tots had a very Long and detailed list ready for his inc Section and were very please i with t Christmas in in. Fri Sygd Many attend services at churches Sun. Two Day ohs Ekx a k Liv a Krone in the City All b v s i n i s s lose Firma Enjo ing rent after v full year of aft it. That will equal former periods pleased with Tho Christmas Candy a my Story books which Santa gave them. C c. Wolgamott. Store manager wishes to thank Santa and the Banner for their co operation in on Toi lining these children my it is bin Hopes that this can to made an a annual affair. Pageants by members of Baptist and methodist i i ii has Candll i1.1it program i Greencastle a whole enjoyed a two Day Holiday today due to Christ i i Mas coming on monday Bunin houses were closed and those who remained in Greencastle Ojoye i their family Christmas Observance in their Homes while Many Are out of Tow i i Titi o a a. Day in cities and with friends. Business men indicated Over the1 week end that 1939 volume will equal j that of former years and in Many in j stances will exceed last year. Girl fashions a cold glowing Yule Candi l Visi it it it to in it. Of mix Sig rented to her by dream a District chairman or. W. E. K won presented the troop Cha it a path an impressive ceremony. Try a sponsors a by menus club of in to m memorial methodist Chuis i the following troop commit. Jen were commissioned c. C. Wal ii Lott chairman r. W. Thor to Vid s. Grimes John a. Cait Tillit. L. W. Smythe scout a i a Wichai a e. Lawrence. Assist am out master Jack Armstrong Juni a lift ant scoutmaster Howard will sown Dean Chapman Joe Bam or and Robert Cook receive a de ship several organizations will meet this year. Putnam will be Well represented plans Are Well underway for the thirty eighth annual agricultural conference or farm and Home week at Purdue University to be held january 8 to 13. Superintendent w. F. Graham annul cd today. Starting with a Quot Corn school and cattlemen a convention in 1903, the attendance has grown St i at the White House a White House in Washington takes on annual Holiday appearance As Workman puts up Christmas Wreath Over the North portico door. Uniform Christmas Trees have been set up each Side of Entrance. Old in Rick on National Road near Shady Lane West of Putnam has history persons of this Community who drive Over the National Road weal Dily through the years i from Putnam county Are among Tho a l teaching or coid High of 8,768 Reg i who have wondered about the real i Jamestown of. Up two i years ago miss Murley Ellen Briggs Dreme about a Christmas party i and today she is making that dream j come True every Clay in the week. Before she a i the dream mis a Briggs had been dabbling with color de Wax and making Plain Candle. Of army Pilot Wiio was various hues she had been usim bits Irvin removed to Washington auditoriums Weil filled a inter it in programs has grown during recent years the Gobin memorial methodist Church and the Baptist Church a i i tor turn s were Well filled sunday evening for the presentation of a pageant in each Church. The Baptist Church presented Tho pageant. A at his with members of the Church taking Tho parts. It was followed by a can tie Light service that was very impressive. At the Gobin Chuth a Large c a t presented a Candle Light christinas pageant which has been a feature at Christmas time of the Church for the past few years Anil it has grown in interest with the years. Or. Van Denman Thompson pie sided at the Organ assisted by mrs. Herman Berg and miss Carmen Lewert. In it at Indi a Polis s it. Fuday Momm. Stored persons last year. J history of the Little one Story Brick finns shoot Dow n i enemy planes i of old candles to Mold new ones to give As favors at Christmas time. A some of them were Bright others capt. Frank Irvin of this City who 1 were somber. A. I i i. La .,.,.1. 1 �?Tt1, i Curr it i include holding Gen r Structure on the South Side of the National Road not far West of Shady c ter Lane which Many of them have eral sessions sectional subject matter meetings and special evening program Twenty two state Agri j heard called the Quot Mckinley tavern. A cultural associations will hold meet the name of the late president my Ings. I Lio i imps during the week Kinley has been associated with i3 this is one More than last year the new organization being the Indiana drainage association. Also the Purdue agricultural alumni association was injured when his plane crashed a then one night after a Long Anil at Indianapolis Early saturday we. Weary a of Candle making the removed to the Walter Reid Hospital dream came. She Visioned herself at in Washington sunday. A a christinas party giving away a capt. Irvin suffered serious head pair of canticles in the gift Curhan land spine injuries and it is feared he i but we n one of her packages also is partly sized As a result of his Back opened it did not contain her regular bombed i Alii y today by russian planes. I junes. To Joe Bamberger. Or. Liilian in ton Boh Cook. Howard Brown Wilbur Campbell Dean Chapm i 4hn Cutwright. Bob Williams Bill Duthitt. James Talbott. Jimmy Robe or. Dale Cue. James Dunn. Us Flint. Junior Prichard join Jos. Phillip Sourwine Raymond Lexander. Charles Bamber dmm Bittles Frank cart Rig it. Jarold Decker,.� Harold Dunn. Bob hold its Annua banquet on thursday noon january 11. With pres. E. C. Elliott of Purdue As the scoutmaster principal speaker. In there will Knouft Cefail Lunf a it a it Irot a i luncheons and one. A lout organizations during the week . The women s program will be the annual Indiana Hon. E i Mies association luncheon thursday noon. January 11 in to memorial Union buildings balls Quot if last year 806 worn u Veigt roved of the luncheon m e than 1300 Are expected that year since the University a facilities Migan George Green. Carl me no been enlarged. Also of interest by Robert Meredith Bot port r will be a a travel luncheon on tues a Tigen a Wolgamott. Charles we Illy Garrett Earl w. Plumme Wpc v. Stall Donald Weasner Onald k a Marshall Shonk Wii i a Day noon january 9. The first general session will get j underway monday afternoon. 1 15 of l Elk. January 8. When or. Elliot Douthitt Charles Sheridan 1 an i i. Lillian gig Breth. Noted to a Bert Dreyer and Thomas Dreyer an inclusive handicraft display�?~l1 As part of the troop decor i a is us scout Gene Wolgamot is i enter a scout oath plaque submitting the most original and difficult article of handicraft. Pat i units were presented by the five it i tools of troop 43 the Beaver pm i Rol Undi r the direction of Pat <1 a or Robert will fauns and j patrol Leader Jake Hirt i Man Engineer and Mother of 11 children. Both of Purdue will speak on Quot living. Learning and leaning Quot and Quot democracy in the Home Quot respectively. The remainder of the afternoon general sessions will Start at 12 30 o clock instead of 1 30, Graham said. I principal speaker on the tuesday a general session program will be l. J Taber. Columbus Ohio master of the National Grange who will discuss note Ltd station dad As their radio Quot markets for he will of patrol Leader Billy Douthitt j introduced by Herschel Newsom coir a Auer of the state Grange. Kit 1 a i Hunt patrol loader to it Gay a Lumbus Whin f the Corba patrol Deni -11 i Naling. Artificial resp ii i in it first Aid techniques. T who Eagle patrol with Jim tiled Puziol Leader and Jim Maniber or As a Sostant patrol Leader Enart-1 11 t amorous stunt entitled a Cdr. patrol Leader John Arl Quot right and assistant patrol order Maurice Segar directed tire author patrol in presenting a radio int if Tion contest. Partl Cipal n h s patrol stunt included me a ties Porter. Bittles and Talbott and i. Ers. Mcclure Williams and i rhe newly organized be u n patrol under the direction of Al l Leader George Westfall and assistant patrol Leader John Ross Quot Orst rated first Aid treatment for Quot a a a fainting and artificial respiration. Or b aver patrol was selected by judges As the Winner and All a khmers of this patrol will receive medallions master of the state Grange land use planning will be the theme of the wednesday general session with the following participate in the speaking j. B. Kohl Meycio. I 8 department of stationed at Purdue Ca Oil Bottum Purdue m. J. Huxley Pulton county agricultural agent and Willard Singeton chairman of the Parke county land use planning Board. Thursdays St Sion will feature �1 series of motion pictures on the in Pali the recent world i poultry Congress and the technical phases of agriculture. An interest no series of evening is has been planned. On Moni m Opportunity will re give. 11 to see two comedy plays Quot lady Novell and Quot his first both to by presented by the play shop Laboratory group a student organization Al Purdue. Tuesday night will offer the visiting Farmers and their by some but there is no connection there in fact. There is a pretentious Brick residence just East of the Small place which was the mansion of George s. Mckinley one of the pioneers of the Eastern part of Clay county who helped build the National Road establish the inn that yet stands and erected the mansion which one writer Speaks of As the pattern for Home building magnificent in its Day and still attractive in its aristocratic big has is and rooms High ceilings and spacious wooded grounds. With Brck paved and Flag Stone walks Pine Locust and Maple Trees. George g Mckinley was one of Tho contractors on the contraction of the original National Road across Clay county. Or. Mckinley realized the possibilities of the Highway of making Money and established a farm and Roadside in East of Harmony. Singularly the spacious House and the old Mckinley inn. One of the first Brick houses in the Vicinity built in 1834. Are still standing and occupied the Mckinley Home was built by the first or. Mckinley Grandfather of the present owners. Or. Mckinley the first was a rugged individualist. The Story is carried Down from Early history of the county that he waa once arrested for driving his cattle on sunday. Or. Mckinley in the Early fifties also owned land in eel River Bottom in the Vicinity of Bowling Green. He used to drive his cattle from the Home place to the lower farm to get better pasture in the summer. In order to economize time he often moved his cattle on sundays. A Jackson township former was elected Justice of the peace and being somewhat proud of the Honor which was accorded him stopped or. Mckinley who was Riding horseback while herding his cattle one sunday. The officer of the Law leaned Over the Fence As he yelled to the cattleman that he must desist drive Helsinki. D a. 25. Finnish army reports today indicated the old cases i candles. Instead there were a pair j of Pale bluish Green candles which i gave the appearance of being Light a i and burning Low with Wax running Down the Short stick. Miss Briggs dreamed there was a court interesting t candles were. One imaginary guest russians had bombed Vii Puri. An imported Center Early this morning. The weather was below Zero and was Clear. Several bombs were a the Light they might be 4 o docks dropped in the Center of the City. Pro cedi re was consider the Flower Becaum a fall of out hut 110 Imir Liao reports on the Able Del i Eren 1 i Iio l link husband., or Lionzio Wailin for us to present modern it it i i return and the it i Lehi Al t the same finnish report declared1 Quot 1 Down its so Early in the its armies were i riving the russians commonly entered in he rec n rhe 1 i to their own Border in three Outda of the Putnam cd Cuit Rou 1 at laughter that Greete i the Kun separated sectors and indicated the Olden Days were divorce suit done awakened miss i in a i War thus for had Cost the invaders with frequent Gamb ing and Assa it her dim enormous losses in men and War materials. A and Battery cases. J but 8hc did no to forget. She rimmed i the complaint in one of the Divor lately began t ? a i Central rank sponsors i i. Day i xxx nil meetings to be ii fun .1 uni Xuy veet Fasti be Dei d the communique planes shot Down 14 of various Type in Aerial ments during Tho Day. The number of the enemy said finnish j cases heard by John Law presiden enemy planes 1 judge of the 7th Judic Al circuit of Gage-1 Indiana which included Putnam f county and George pea Rey and killed Moses t. Bridges associate judge thus far. The finns said Quot cannot be j pictured the defendant wife As veritable Virago. Inasmuch As the known exactly but it must soar to an extremely High a victorious drive the Candle revealed to her in the dream that of a Candle partly burned with Wax dripping Down its is of and have. G n glowing up to give the effect of burning. It required hours of tedious work with Wax and comr to the j a a Ltd it re Doe a not mention any defense n. I a. A r n yellow to a Bright red for t russian Border North of Lake Doga where the communique said the finns had reached Alt Toyoki. Continued j by her to the charges of her Hus against the russians on the Agla band it possibly May be reasonably Ink tip of her in i indic Jarvi front about 35 Miles from the i assumed that there was some found i the method i uric top it la a Tion for the Strong language he used to make the candles however is. Concern no her. A secret she won t divulge. She end. Ies her name is Eliza and the Hus a on t 1p work in the Al then of her band s name is that of a Man in hemp her us Nur vessel. Early civic life in Greencastle meetings of tons Bein l Yoke of kit holidays Home her using Alu Vium for my lung the Wax. She often i the couple were married in 1842. J As Many As eight different cont \ a in his complaint the husband says i prs on the Kitchen a Tove at one tin in part the can lies Range in size from of a Quot she possessed a very ill temp a. Inches to Long tapers it require and without cause would prof Anely a about two hours to m Ike a pair two Assoc curse your orator. Held in new i Quot she threw half of a Bushel of local coaches attend convention coaches d. C. Moffett and Lloyd Messersmith left for new York today where they will attend two athletic conventions at the new yorker hotel on wednesday thursday and Friday. On wednesday the Small College Section of the National collegiate athletic association will hold their meeting and on thursday and Friday the College physical education association meetings will be held. While the majority of the National collegiate athletic association meetings Are being held on the West Short ones. They in All Coin red Blue Green Orange Black wheat on the fire and would have White. But regardless of the a r 1 thrown the rest of it on the fire if i the taper each Candle has a flamin he had not stopped her. The association has chosen new York ing cattle on sunday. Or. Mckinley r coast this year this one Branch of Rode Over nearer Tho Fence dealt j the police officer a blow that dislodged him and Rode on. Or. Mckinney was arrested on a charge of assault and Battery and the trial in Justice Lowdermilk a i red and yellow tip. J her Quot dream candles Quot Are for decor without Provo at Lvi pure sos Only it the we burned the flame tipped effect would be lost. They Are used chiefly for table appointments or As do Coati in reception Halls or living rooms. Miss Briggs never has commercialized her Art. At first she merely gave the candles to friends. But ii Wor i spread soon enough and thi c ii a i Quot your orator further states that she said Eliza action wantonly and mischievous v broke to pieces the Only looking Glass which he had in has House and Tore into pieces a Large map of the state of Indiana so that it was rendered wholly unfit for use that she took the table furniture of your orator and dashed it upon the floor an 1 broke to pieces the same by stamp j Mas her orders Are coming from 14 states and she a thinking seriously applying for a Patent. Ing upon it when so thrown upon the floor. Quot your orator states that since his intermarriage with the said Eliza she had one child and that in of her ungovernable rages she took physical education meeting will Foth it it Cal d and attempted the a w h As their meeting place so that the physical education Low in natural order. Court attracted More than one he 1-dred persons including Many women who walked or drove from Mil s around. To make the trial expensive for or. Mckinley who was known to have the Means for paying costs Many witnesses subpoenaed. Though the meeting of the physical education association is an annual Nice ing of College teachers of physical de. Families an Opportunity to hear aeon. Caned on testify no. Scoutmaster assistant a re Dan. Strict chairman w. E. Edington bounced that the Putnam District Quot Nual meeting will be in the form pot Luck supper for All cubs. C0ij s parents and friends tuesday a Luary a i to thai Gobin m. E. Church.1 family to aft ked to dring a Cov Quot a a a Miniard tin mss Trio a a Quot Day hike for Friday. Deceron j by the famous Purdue symphony 2s will be under the leadership in band of 7 1 students most of who charles1 Are from Indiana communities or 1 they May witness the annual showing of Purdue livestock. Thursday night will find a Mui ical program provided by 2.000 Hooi ser farm women representing county choruses in All of the state j the program to be held 111 the Jet claimed their fees to the limit of the Law. After the Fine was imposed Tho defendant asked for a Complete statement and peeled the greenbacks off a Large Roll. He paid h s Fine promptly and went his Way. M i lil vol in Montgomery teaching. A ,. Bellmore. And Mary Ellen Torr tenon High school hymnal in. In stenographer. Indianapolis a coot a a Rae Tanuj 20 years ago in Greencastle a Hay and pasture a 1-Day school for Putnam county Farmers and nil other Sti it cd feeders will be held in the social rooms of the presbyterian Church. Tue Day. January 2 with a luncheon at noon which is being sponsored by the Ltd Antral National Bank of or. Nestle. Fred l. Of har president of tiv Bank is chairman the committee on arrangements. There will to a Roun a Tab e discussion of pasture cond tons in Putnam county led by m. O. Pence Extension agronomist of Purdue University. Div d l. Grow Quot a in a a by farm Agen has Tho Success of this gathering very much at heart. He said Quot May production and pasture conditions 1 consider the very found at it a of a practical Agio cultural Prog run in Putnam county As it has a beaming on practically nil kinds of livestock production which is a major Enterprise in put Nam or. Grimes said there was much a Teres in pasturing developed by the Experiment conducted earlier this year at the Beesen Dairy farm. The principal topic of discussion or Tho meeting of january 2 will a Quot permanent pastur Quot but attention Wilt in Given to Quot Quot rotational Quot supplemental pastures Quot Quot Sod erosion and Gully three drown a car Coes in Eon ii go Trio i find n e Vit Austin Siml xxx by passing motorists Scottsburg ind. Dec. 25.-�?� three persons drowned near Austin North of Here when their car plunged off Road a Nad went Down a 10 loot embankment into a Pon 1. They were Jesse Flatt. And Gertrude Flatt of Chicago and John t u a non Argo. The y were in route to Tonia by. To spend the holidays. It was not k own hew Long they had been in the water but Coroner Wilson believed several hours. Their car was found by Jesse Taylor of Austin As he passe the scene of Tho Accident. On the Christmas program at Locust Street Church were Janet Crawley. M lured Caviness Margaret Ann Inman. Garnett Sackett or. And mrs. W r. Hutcheson in ter sind in Hutcheson family at a Turkey dinner. # miss Helen Birch was Here from Adah. Ohio to spend Christmas Mph her sister mrs. A. O. Lockridge. Upon the fire and if your orator a 1 not caught the Chi d. He Bel Eves she would have Burnt it severely if i not to death. # Quot the said Eliza. Seized a Lar a i club and threw it at the son of your i orator by a former marriage and i struck and knocked him Clown and i injured him very seriously. That the a said Eliza has frequently threatened j intermingling her threats with profane oaths that she would take the life of your orator that she Wou d Cut his damned Throat Etc., Etc. An 1 your orator was kept in constant fear of his the court thought enough of the husbands charges to give him the divorce he asked for so earnestly but he was ordered a to pay Eliza the sum of $32
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