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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - February 17, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaWeather by and warmer 0 forty seven the daily Banner a it Waves for ally ail the Home news a a United press service a he Cid an passes suddenly Liam t. Sitlington Rock Kemem red by Many ate o f d e p a u w a hts a of or. And mrs. Survived by mrs. Frank bottles As received Here thursday the death of mrs. William on at her Home in Little mrs. Sitlington will be by Many friends Asie Naylor youngest of or. And mrs. Joseph p. The deceased. Kington had not been in f health for the past five until a week ago. Was Fol accustomed habits daily me she was stricken with tack but rallied and Mem. Family Felt that she was nicely but thursday of Lille she was Reading a let a Friend she collapsed and a few minutes. Kington went to Little Rock her Home following her to or. Sitlington and Only ago the latter reported a plated Twenty five years tin Little Rock. He is Man tor of the Little Rock leading afternoon news Kansas and both or. And ton have taken a Promin in the affairs of that City air entire residence there is survived by her husband a Joseph and one sister Bittles who also lives in Kington spent practically life prior to her marriage Istle. She was educated in schools having graduated Auw University where she Ember of the Kappa Kappa sorority. Oral Sei vices will he held Rock saturday afternoon bounced. Us aware of out activities f scout in m county for year Are Given Greencastle Indiana Friday february 17, 1939 circuit court note no. Loft of the citizens of Grcen Putnam county arc aware Cellenti work that is being e county in scouting. Men is of life Are actively help movement by acting is ors troop committeemen and advisers. Many others rating the program Finan they realize that while the ers committeemen and Ive workers Are Volunteer to receive not one Penny services there Are other the program that require i the whole Wabash Valley opposed of eight counties 2,000 boy scouts and 500 Akers there Are Only two Al scout leaders who Der whole time to scouting Aid for their services. But Nec Sairy for the Devi and maintenance of soul the nerds of the scout pro Putnam county for the compare the following. The near the Airport is in train repairs and the Well sunk several years ago so unsanitary and it has Ebsary during the past year haunt on a Nve two thy while addition new stare of Prevo Bro opened to the Public today item by Many friends and is and messes. Prevo re the congratulations of who entered because re All plea faintly surprised b Auty of the new store a worthwhile contribution business life of the City. Prevo have a right to of their new store. It far anything that can be found Section of Indiana and Ith Many metropolitan Greencastle has a right to of the new business a. I another step Forward for re Community. Fer our sincere congrats to messes Prevo As does re City. Tie observer a divorce was granted today to Doris n. Jobe from Conrad m. Jobe on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. Alimony was granted the plaintiff in the sum of $225, which was paid into court. Her Maiden name. Doris n. Branneman was restored by the court. The circuit court docket minutes in the Case of Delilah Nell Crousore versus John Tzouanakis. In which judge Edgar Rice entered a finding thursday were changed Friday to conform to the final decree made in the Case. The original minutes showed that the costs of the Casc had been charged to the plaintiffs and Cross complainants messes Crousore but the decree showed them to have been taxed against the plaintiffs and Cross complainants. Marcellus Crousore was not a complainant in the Case and no costs were taxed against him. Bainbridge Institute is held Friday or. Kauffman spoke on Quot Quality Farmers in Forenoon should improve Quality last rites planned Only few motorists have new licenses will be no further Extension of deadline set for March 1 Frank Finney director of the state motor vehicle division said today Only approximately 20 per cent of the motorists in Indiana have purchased their 1939 License plates although the deadline is March 1. Simultaneously governor Townsend announced there would be no further Extension of the deadline set by executive order shortly before Christmas last year. Ordinarily new plates must be purchased by Jan. 1. Officials said state police assisted by municipal police departments and county sheriffs would begin enforcement of the Law immediately on expiration of the a Grade period next month. Finney 3aid approximately 200,000 passenger License plates have been Soli in Indianapolis and at Branch offices. Last years total was 797,000. Total of All plates including Rucks trailers and passengers in 1938 was 1,001,504. Sales to Date approximate 20 per cent of this total he said. A apparently Many motorists have been confused by legislative proposals to change the Date for issuance of automobile License plates and have delayed their purchases a Finney explained. A spending legislation which fixes March 1 instead of Jan. 1 As the issuance Date will not affect the situation this year and motorists Are warned to get their 1939 plates before expiration of the moratorium ordered by governor Foley township Man is appointed Earl Kumi f made assistant county agent in Bartholomew county in talk on a a poultry said sanitation Kiuei tial to Success in his talk at the Bainbridge Farmers Institute this Forenoon. Or. Kauffman spoke on a Quality Farmers. Quality farms Quality products a he complimented Farmers on being of As Good a Quality As they Are Many of the m under a Verso circumstances but he very plainly told his hearers that Farmers must become even better individually must improve their farms if it is possible. Anil must certainly improve the Quality oif the products of their a arms. He said business is setting a High Standard and the Farmers who Are scoring High in markets Are those who have improved their products keeping step with business. As to Farmers making Moe of themselves As individuals or. Kauffman emphasized the influence of our minds upon our entire personality that we must improve oar minds making them Strong As Well As developing our hands and our feet and All parts of our physical beings. On farms he said we must try to make the most of what we have. To recognized it As a fact that some of our farms Are of poor Quality but he said he was sure even the poorest could. I get made better. He urged the saving of the soil resources. Hus banding the Good in it and developing it to be better. He spoke for Bett r Quality in farm products. If beef animals Are bred make the beef better if Dairy animals arc produced improve the Quality of the milk and the Breed. He illustrated by mentioning the dumping of thousands of Gallons of milk not very Long ago because the Quality was not Good enough for the Market a sell Only what we would eat of selves a said or. Kauffman. Dirty eggs sold by a producer Lowers the Price for All Farmers. A Farmer who specializes on cleanliness of the products he markets As Well As on the Quality becomes known to the and to the customers of the dealers so that such a Farmer builds up a clientele that stays with him Market prices Rise with the improvement of the Quality of the goods. In his talk on a poultry a in the afternoon or. Kauffman said that practising sanitation in the Raisin a of chickens is an essential to Success keep Down overhead costs do As much of the work yourselves As you can use Home mad equipment if it is More economical but. He add. Those who Are sincerely interested in the work Are those whose Success is More nearly sure. He detailed Points under management feed Good Stock Good housing a sanitation program and the securing of a Good Market for former resident 98 oppose new ditch proposition miss Lena Belle Boyd age 55 years a former Resi ont of Green Castle died tuesday at her Home in Pekin. Iii. Miss Boyd s Home was on the Comer of Hanna and Blooming ton streets while a resident of this remonstrances filed indices. Ate contest to be made survivors Are two Sisters mrs. In court Alma Leona Lawrence of Philadelphia and mrs. Eleanor Mace of Pekin. Iii. List of signers Given the body arrived Here today on the Monck. Funeral services will be held viewer appointed by court to Putnam county friends and relatives of Earl Kumpf who resides in Posey township. Clay county have received word of his appointment As assistant county farm agent in Bartholomew county. Or. Kumpf is a son of or. And mrs. Leslie Kumpf of Posey township. A Grantison of former commissioner Samuel e Kumpf and wife and also of or. And mrs. William t. Of hair residing East of Brick Chapel in Putnam county. Or. Kumpf attended the Posey township Public schools Jand was graduated from the Staunton High school with honors in 1934. After graduating from Staunton or. Kumpf attended Purdue University and took a general agriculture course. He was graduated from Purdue University in june 1938, and since that time has been in the Barberry eradication service in the state of Indiana or. Kumpf was an outstanding a club member in Clay county for several years especially in pig club and Lamb club work. During his 4-h a club career he won a trip to the in a Ernat ional livestock show at Chis ago Ami r scholarship to Purdue j in Versley. Or. And mrs. Kumpf will reside at Columbus. Indiana. Shot at Mussolini Rome. Feb. 17.�? up a Man lust released from an Zinsme Asylum shot one of Premier Benito Mussolini s private detectives on wednesday White apparently waiting to. Assassinate the or Miar an authoritative source revelled today. Mason Fortune left to Depauw former Dean of Law at University to re Skive Money upon death of widow Indianapolis feb. 17, neatly All of a $250,000 estate left by Augustus Lynch Mason authority on government and author of the Indi Anapolis City charter who died monday will eventually go to de Auw University. I. Masons will was filed in pro Bate court today. He was Dean of Law at Depauw Many years ago. Until the death of his widow. Mrs Anna Porter Mason the estate will be held in Trust by the Union Trust company. The widow will race it the entire net income from the estate and mrs. Nina East Fuller who was his Secretary will receive $50 annually. The Trust will terminate with the death of the widow. At that time mrs. Gertrude Lynch Springer. C Cousin will receive $10,000 Julia am Flossie Mason other cousins will receive $1.000 each methodist Hospit Al $1,000, and the preachers Aid society of Tho Indiana methodist Church conference. $1,000. The remainder of the estate except for the annual bequest to the Secretary then will go to Depauw Ulver sly. Judge Courtland c. Gillen was in Danville today qualifying As special judge in a damage suit in the Hen Dicks circuit court. Saturday afternoon at 2 o clock from the Mccurry funeral Home. The Rev. C. M. Mcclure will be in charge. Interment will in made in Forest Hill cemetery. Belle Union Institute was Well attended new officers were announced Walter Dorsett to head group visit Tho prom it Sod project another atop an important one it is said was taken thursday after Holstein calf weighs 128 according to dairymen Eric Boesen. Who with his brother Harold Are operating the Boes n Dairy farm South of Greencastle told this morning of the arrival at their place of a Holstein 01k which weighed 123 pounds an abnormally heavy Bovine baby he said. He sad 85 or 90 pounds is the customary w ight for Holstein infants. In one two year period she produced five off Spring there being two pairs of twins among these five. Of one pair of twins each one weighed exactly 72 pounds something else that is unusual As the usual thing is for there to be considerable difference in the weights of twins. She has had nine calves in All. The Mother pro two members charged with drafting bile Oij measure sub committee meets with policy committee charged with Large task Senate spokesmen of both parties do not think Bill w ill push Indianapolis. Ind., feb. 17.-lp a two member sub commit1 in of drafting a liquor Bill satisfactory this baby will go through life As t0 both hous Sof the legislature tolls father is hidden play meets with the Senate Public noon when remonstrances were filed diced pounds of milk this morn a tee. Charged with the herculean task carrying a total of 98 signatures to the construction of the proposed Tom Dorsett it Al ditch in Jefferson township. Viewers were appointed by the court a Short time ago to visit i the proposed project to form an opinion As to its desirability and a other matters connected with it and Gold Paphos count who was senior state Champion among Holstein in 1987. List of winners is Given county agent David Grimes talked or. Kail Van and or. Perdue also spoke Tho annual Farmers Institute was held wednesday feb. 15. At Belle Union. The program was opened by music by the school. Or. Kauffman spoke on a Quality Farmers a which was very interesting. Mrs. Perdue stalk was on health a laugh and the world i laughs with was enjoyed by All. Mrs Schyler Arnold was awarded the attendance prize. At noon a Bountiful pitch in dinner was served Spona of or Beldea was served sponsored by the p. T. A. The afternoon session began at 1 15 with entertainment by a group of boys. The new officers were announced. They Are president Walter Dorsett first vice president Kenneth Morrison second vice president Eugene Sallust Secretary and treasurer. Merle Sinclair. Tho Secretary a and the treasurers Repart was Given. David Grimes county agent made a very interesting talk. Or. Kauffman spoke on a country living for boys and and mrs Perdue s talk was a finding Youir Iofe both wer greatly appreciated by everyone especially the boys and girls. Prizes were awarded. Premium list boys and girls 10 ears White com. First Marion Grubb 10 ears yellow Corn first. Ralph Arnold 10 ears yellow com. Second. Malcolm Ray Neier single ear White com. First. Marion Neer second Roland Neier single oar yellow Coin first. Junior Stringer second Harold Stringer. Potatoes plate of five first i it a uie Snapp s cond Richard Owen eggs Biown eggs first Betty Jean Pettit second Bobby Ziegel Man. White eggs first. Nellie i i these viewers soon Are to report their findings to the court. The filing of these remonstrances indicates a contest is to be made in court in the matter. The remonstrances Are of two classes. One of them bears the names of 21 persons named in the original petition for the construction of the ditch As owners of land affected by the project and who object to the construction of the ditch. The other remonstrance is signed by 78 persons who aver their lands Are comprised within the actual watershed of the project but whose lands were not listed in the original petition. The first list of signers those who were named in the original petition Are As follows Cyntha Alice. Mildred Stringer. Hugh Mccammack. Sarah Moca Mack e. E Dobbs. Arthur r. Sharp. Ancyl g. Leads Lee lev is Sylva Hurst Lunda Hurst Otha Hurst Inman a. Sandy. Edgar a. Hurst. W. H. Heavin Loda policy committee to submit preliminary recommendations. Sens. William Jenner of Paoli. Minority floor 1 Ader and William Hardy. Evansville Democrat reported they expect to have a Compromise measure worked out. They d cited upon elimination of Beer ports of entry Extension of sales territory for who Lesa Era retention of the or sent number of wholesalers based upon population rather than an unlimited number retention of present closing hours for first and second class cities and an earlier Clos of the townships will be held in the ing for saloons in third fourth and court House in Greencastle Satur fifth Clas cities. Senate spokesmen of both parties there will be different speakers 8aid they did not believe the Mark from those who appeared at the land measure which passed the House township Gath rings and the on last week h s a Chance of being a tries in farm and farm Home pro-1 proved by the Senate in its present ducts will be those which won first form place in the township institutes. All entries will be in by 10 of clock the committee announces. Farmers to meet at court House Climax of series of institutes to be held saturday in Ikee Castle the round up of Farmers inst tue a for Putnam county the Climax of the series held this week in five the other list those who state their lands will be affected of cd lows Are As month m. Snap Eva e. Scott. V. H. Scott Robert Wallace Anice Wallace Melvin Mccammack Raymond Mccammack. T. E. Sherrill. George Mccammack Harold Mccammack. Nannie Mccammack. Estell a Mccammack. Harold Phillips Muriel Phillips Emma Curtis. Edgar Pruitt Carina Pruitt. A a. Hill. Harvey e. Smith Alpha Hill Frona Mccammack Johnie e. Ogles a. L. Foster w a. Hill James Hill. Claude Raikes. Floris Mccammack clone s. Parker Harry p. Mabb. Laura a. Wood Chester o. Day. Enos e. Alice we. J. Herbert. E. N Larkin. Georgo w. Layne h. Larkin. Earl Foster. Eva Mccammack. Robert Mccammack b. F. Vaughn h w. Vaughn. A. W. Wright John but Lor h. H Hill Oscar v. Vaughn. H. Salsman Mccammack. Loaf cake loaf yeast bread quilt Lornt liquor fancy work hooked or crocheted Qiu House late yesterday disposed of the integrated bar question for this session by killing a measure to create a state bar of Indiana after a lengthy debate by lawyer members continued on Fnu a two Ord first Roland Neier. Candy plate of Candy first. Shir j Octavia Butler Doris icy Faun Patrick second. Mildred r p Alice. John m. Snapp. I Mary Mccammack. Dora Mcaninch White layer cake first. Margaret j Emma Mcaninch Nellie Kivett. Pillow cases Wanda Glo Prit Maude Mcnary. Silas Unith Mundy hard first Verneke Osbon. Second Frt i w Vaughn to c. Butler. Cordie Home economics Jane Arnold. Butler. Otto g. Webb Allen Occam first Ruby Alice second Jean Baugh. Third. Shop first. Morris Glenn second Gayle Osborn third Wayne Dorsett. Adults 10 ears yellow Corn first. Carl Walti is. Second Virgil Neier. Single ear yellow Corn first Carl Walters second George Mccammack. Potatoes first. Clone Parker. Eggs White Gas. First. Jon e me Cammack second. Hattie Neier. Brown eggs first. Mrs. Walter Dor rett second. Janie Mccammack. Veg tables first. Mrs. Walter Dor meat first Lulu Foster. Meat first. Lulu Foster. Fruit first Mablo Pool. Jellies first Lulu Foster second Lani Mccammack. Hand work first. Norma Maxwell it on tinned a a in hrs Emir sponsored by Tho Republican state committee the Mark and Bill provides for administration of the liquor premiums in the adult classes of Java by a bipartisan commission 50 cents for first place. 25 cents for abolition of the Beer importer svs Tom. Second and ribbons for third to fifth an j Midnight closing Laws through places will be awarded or the Fol a out the state. Lowing classes a when you ask me what is to be ten ears yellow Corn. 10 ears white1 done you Are asking a question i Corn single car White single ear Yel cannot answer a Jenner said As he Lottie Hurst w. H. Heavin Loda Low plate of five potato a 1 dozen and Hardy started to work on Tho Heavin Clara Broadstreet Occam White eggs. 1 dozen Brown eggs dark Hill. A your purpose is to pass some Mack. W. E. Pickens. Walter Dor a sett. W. J. Miller. Minnie Miller. Rugs Crochet d table cloth or bed spread Jar of fruit Jar of vegetables. In the boys and girls classes these awards will be made 10 oars yellow com 10 ears White 0f Hody com. Single ear yellow single ear a a lawyers would Havo been re White. 1 dozen White eggs one dozen a lured to Beio Nir to the state Organ Brown it Gas. Plate of five potatoes a nation under supervision of the state Pillow cases Cotton dress Angel Ford supreme court. The measure Art out cake White layer take Nark loaf provisions for ethical standards Dis cake loaf yeast bread Jar of fruit a Eipl Ino. Suspension and disbarment of Jar of vegetables Candy pieces Erri avg members. Arthur Giltz will to chairman of. _. T a a i reps Gid on a. Blain. Indianapolis. And George w. Henley. R. ,. Bloon Angton led the fight for enact Washington townships and c. W. I ment of the measure and they we Harlan will be the speaker. Another entertainment feature will a staged by the Jefferson and Clove Dulc township schools and at the close of the pm Ogram. Monroe township pupils will present features. Or. Harlan is one of the recognized entertainers of the state. Has appeared on Chautauqua platforms and on other programs of the highest Type. The county meeting. On the program will be entertainment by Marion and opposed strenuously by reps Winfield k. D non. A. Evansville. Herbert Evans of n w Castle the Republican floor loader and other Hou m attorneys. A former member of the Homo rep. Ltd in e Roeu d bit i Byville finally offered the motion to kill the Bill explaining that he thought there chairman Dies ill Washington feb. 17 up chairman Martin Dies. D., tex., of the House committee investigating in american activities suffered an attack of App i iritis today 20 years a to in grekncast1.k mrs. Milo West and mrs. John Dietrich led discussions in the Grcen Rastle farm Institute. The ladies of the West Section of presbyterian Church met with mrs. P. P. Stoner and mrs. Will Graham. Miss Edith Mcfarlane entertained with a Shower in Honor of miss Anna Phipps soon to become the Bride of Roscoe Daggy. Or. And mrs. Clarence Ferrand of Fillmore visited the latter a parents. Borjie lion to leave Depauw resignation effective at end of school 5 f \ a goes to new Hampshire to of. Bomar Borg cd Hon sine 1931 a member of the music school faculty at Depauw diversity his by n appointed director of Campus musical organizations at the University of new Hampshire for next year. He is director of the Depauw symphony orchestra and also of the University band and local High school band. He served one term As president of the music division of the Indiana state teach in convention. He will Lave the Depauw faculty in june. O 4 o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 today s weather 0 0 and 0 0 local temperature 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 fair tonight and saturday cons d rally colder tonight slowly rising temperature saturday except in extreme Southeast portion. Every housewife in this trading area is invited to the Dally Hunner Moeone annual a Lanny Kitchen free school to be held next monday tuesday and wednesday at the Granada theatre in Greencastle above s shown mrs. Gertrude Burbank noted Home economist and food authority who wll conduct the three Dav school. Minimum 6 7 89 in 11 12l r 32 40 40 39 35 34 34 38 39 39
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