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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - January 2, 1939, Greencastle, Indiana<�1 the weather lot 1v and cooler ,.j. It u1ie flt key seventh daily Banner a it Waves for ally f 411 the Home news 4 United press service Greencastle Indiana monday january 2, 3030. No. 66 n trapped Mirc round be rescued >11. A were in Muki it ine sat Ikuwo 31 19 saved if a Emit posted Lay memory of ild Hnz a liner used fort gotten Tunnel Ovton ind. Jan. �?~2 the Story ii Ira a h ours or horror trapped Unn ground behind a bar of Zaung flames Ani besieged g asses was being retold Tody by Nineteen men reduced tiie own hid mine no. 6. Five p fro Here. n were entombed explosion set off by an edit sent i Sheet of flame h tunnels and shafts who died met his his it companions Hud i behind Ltd a makeshift shelter d plunge kindly into a Tunnel led with and w idly Ping Ike on. When a was i Haj Siy a trap. Lines ran t a the Ping Ely. The shed by the id Seminer. Alter tirelessly Ich the the mines i Tunnel wiled my years. Through thi Means the me were read. The thous who had a Erful Vigil it the head in Shaft thigh the night All ought of new ears a. Celeb at drive n from heir mods Hurst to cheers Milt it is of Joy when the Grimes victim finally vere a caught to the Sun Ace. I in Short spas Mic a nth a hey id of the terror the refit Ley Lay n the in. 1, 1681 t it in surf Iee n the qua e from the Noiin Haft. Is solid a cd a Al pm. On the four be w g mass of flame. A Forth a a a ured into the. we Baptist Church to have family night family night will be held in the first Baptist Church tuesday evening. The occasion being sponsored by the women a missionary society. A pitch in supper will Start the affair at 6 of clock everyone bringing baskets and own table service. Following the social hour beginning at 8 of clock a devotional period and same special music will be help. Members of the Queen is her missionary society will present a Phy entitled a a the Case of the City against society a As the main feature of the evening s program. The play is based on the missionary Book. A City members and friends of the Church ire cordially invited to attend this go together. Greencastle to have two new teachers miss i. O i s f b a l e y a n in George k. Davis to begin second semester term opens january 28 Mike Mary Iii rss and Darwin Longan resigned officials study applicants Murphy is named attorney general Ervun a a new dealer was Defeated for re election in Michigan Washington Jan. 2. Frank Murphy governor of Michigan through that states automobile sit i n strikes was named by Roosevelt As attorney general ii the United states. Murphy a staunch new dealer. A a Defeated for re election last no in be Hite House announced he sworn in by associate Justice i Nley Reed of the supreme court in he president s study to Lay in the sence of the president the retire ii attorney general Homer cum nos and other notables including a Reitor general Robert h. Jackson \ had aspired to the Post. Lurphy a selection revived reports be. The we a sword. ,. I up teaching she has also studied at the same poll is said a 1 h. A., the University of Colorado and at the ii a cig cited for either res 4 or is Matti Odilio the those we rd8 it w in n Dye were trying for tie big age of the year. Edka Art e had been planning dirty. All of a hidden Thiv wait dig a Losion. I know Fitje a Colle of Fellows Over. We Kiew it amp want Jig i and All of us of the lol level ailed t fid the Shaft. Btu we a re stopped in a he a r. At. Big a s to fit a Rte i citing at us. Quot we went Bank into11 Kin s a build up i Wall. Afr w. Us Lay -.vi, in our fail to. 1 \ a of Whit from Sull in forty Nile trained Rescue squad and in. The sirens of its Ca arc Iother came a rom Vuk nne a it feb r red try Mil s ate on Torre Laule and fire that item t it Jackson May be appointed to t supreme court vacancy created by he death of associate Justice e Jam in Cardozo. Private administration poll it is a i the certainty of Murphy a conf Ilion in the Senate by a sub Stan t margin t i in indicated he would have been i for the supreme court. Ice president Garner no with s lining his disapproval of Murphy lug told Senate democratic Conser rivet not to Challenge the Peai Jitu a Choice on Cabinet appoint no neg Iamer sword obviates possibility r p party split on Murphy and Hury Hopkins former works Prog re i a Imin Istratov. Whose conf rate As Secretary of Commerce will shyly come before the Senate. Dirty five years old and unmarried the attorney general designate a had no direct Legal experience sin retiring from a judgeship on the Petroit recorders court in 10.10 to 4.come that City a mayor. It was High commissioner to the Philippines 1985-86 two new teachers will take up their duties in the Greencastle High school and the Junior High school on january 28, when the second semester of the school year opens. They Are miss Lois Fraley and George r. Davis and they will fill vacancies created by the resignation of miss Mary Resse who was married during the Christmas holidays and Darwin Hagan who has accepted a place with the Silver Burdett publishing co. The first semester of the present school year will close on january 20 and the new term will begin the 23rd. The new a editions to the teaching staff come with the very highest of recommendations and their Superb qualifications were made possible by the fact that the school officials knew of the pending resignations and iad ample time to make a careful study of applicants in filling the places. Miss Fraley is not a a Ranger to Gre Castle As she is the daughter of the Rev. And mrs. F. O. Fraley cast Seminary Street and the family resided Here during the time she was in school. Or. Fraley is now a retire i methodist minister. Miss Fraley comes to the High school As teacher of latin and English. She has been teaching at Boswell and poor to that time was at Monon and Pine Village. She was graduated from Depauw with the class of 1933. Furing her teacher training work in Depauw she made an outstanding record in her work and since taking Community started on 1939 program daily Banner wishes new officers and citizens Success Many n 30li tons made elaborate Christ decorations testimony that week of Celo biathlon is Over this comm uni v today finds itself across the Lin i h separated the a 1 year from the r. A and Well. Tarted upon tiv 1939 program. Many. All r Reen Trees which during the pact week so bravely and t e coloured lights and f the Christmas season pm rubbish . Muto it Christmas Aid its har become Hia proudly Bor it arc today. Of cel week torn. The Chi brat system which House and the 5 Christmas lighting beautified the court Lawn surrounding it. Pioneer life in Putnam county is Ziack Kyound for Beautiful True stories ays Ling my int it Southern California. Miss Reese has on the High school staff for the past ten years. Or. Davis was graduated from Depauw with the class of 1936 and while doing his practice teaching work was selected by Depauw University to represent the school at a state wide teacher training conference held at Muncie and achieved unqualified Success in his demonstration before that group. He will teach social sciences in the Junior High school where or. Hagan has born for the past five years. Air h in pen Othin b Cly 11, it i w p pm Nek Krucey flames. I hopi 1 a res to the sur a Lye i and and retired front that Post it the president s Parsi Al i Hest to run for governor. Bailing for the governor s re elec tin. Be president in an election eve statement lauded Murphy As a Sterling Keral. Republicans say they will Ilive the Issue in debate Over his Edff meation to the Cabinet. Muithi a a designation High lighted Vasou Lcy a ,. I in Annn to no .1 a new years Day in which president put last touches on the momentous message covering armaments government reorganization Relief and other issues he will Layla fore ii joint session wednesday. The president will take counsel Contin Rrt a Quot a two Jackie Dunn Home offered for Sale place is dear to hearts of Many sportsmen and nature lovers Here Early in Thevenin a a 1 ill of a a noun a nth tip a. Lamp lined or who fou ii i. A hot wire t rung Iron a tip Van a a Shamben 4 the toe was still in to and of i it it tapping sour was Heui 1 made y breaking the w and the Uch or the ends to a tier. It 4.s a a a Sage from the Ipri Jeorld 1 a ers a the air la g i r Thel a in u Fantl Niril 1 i nut a f a \ business sold to Harley a Miller item to operate 1 Deit till. Name of the Miller Grain company Quot a Quot. State \ robbed set my time. Satu Zoay n1grt t l Shell fun ekr i Strel his ref place station on North 1 t v robbed Saturn. Proprietor Hail Clr 1 the night. The Ca Quot Quot a at which was in t. Barrite a my 1tlacninc, on i pc 1,1 the number of packs cd Gar. Ties remaining in the Mach no a triste with the number Kcf in f he is preceding time it if olm a was taken. Be inti cation that Entrance waa of cited through a or window chief of police eco Arr Dion started a. Handle and act be Busineau to h ii,1 e. A Ler it was announced Toftey. I or. Mill r has been pre silent and ral manager of Miller Gram its incorporation. Or. Miller Aid that he is Selling interests 1 the new firm to the employees of torpor at on. And the t beginning january 1 the partnership would we operate the business under the firm a,�?T0ut Nam it of Miller Grain company. Quot Bob Quot Allen and Quot Russ Quot clip will Ontl nue to operate the local store a Hile Bert Miller. Who it Farmerly the old Jackie Dunn Home place along tile lifts of Deer Creek in i Washington township. Putnam noun of pleasant gardens. Ibe a is soon to be offers 1 for Sale following the moving of James Dunn present tenant who is going to live with relatives because of failing health. Janu-3 Dunn son of the former Jackie has suffered a couple of strokes and is no longer Able to farm the place. The place is dear to the hearts of Many sportsmen anti nature lovers of this Vicinity As Quot Jackie Quot anti Quot aunt Nancy always had a warm Welcome for their Many friends in their log Cabin set on the Hill Side of Deer Creek in an unusually picturesque Rocky anti wooded District. Jackie lived on the place until his death at �o3 an i Many of his talks would put to shame some of those told by Bolt Burns of the radio today. Jackie a native of Ireland came to America As a atom away anti one the ave dead Quot men kicked against the coffin lid an 1 demanded his release. He settled on the Deer Creek site when there were actually a few Deer in the Vicinity and lived there until his death coining to town occasionally for Coffee Calico and a few nails during the world War he remarked to visitors a i hear prices arc awfully High in the Miller Grain co. Inc. Which recently constructed the new drive in Tore on North Jockson Street an 1 Quot a rated the gain elevators in Bain to 8 a it burying Ridge and Roachdale for of Era a l3ftu fron Matt Fields. This he a i y is has sold its entire Stock of from up when one of his writing of Early happenings in the lives of our pioneers in my own county under the heading of Quot they live again which Are published in the various papers of Clay county. I was one Day talking to a Friend on the Street in Green Castle if i had Ever made a study of Putnam county i said yes some and i Hail found Many interesting happenings Back in Tho Early Days in tha county. Pioneer life in Putnam county has been no less interesting no less romantic than oth a sections of old Indian i. Quot there is no Romance More picturesque and Beautiful than the True stories of actual life Quot and so it is Many True stories could fill the pages of a Book on the Early lives of Putnam county pioneers. The Hills hallows Anil Beruti Ful old farm homesteads and those sturdy old Homes built in the earliest Days of that Beautiful old College town of Putnam a county seat hold the already in writing perhaps which might form the background for a Numier of Beautiful True stories with love romances and then tragedy toa. Speaking of tragedy or fatal events Ilet me take you Back to the year 1861. To Tho Date of january 14th. Just 77 yet is ago this week that Date fell on monday when the d so every was made of an awful tragedy no doubt this to filble crime was committed on the sunday night of the 13th. What was tie background to this was it love on the part of a jilted suitor could it have been brought on by one who wished to cover up a past crime and those no paid with their lives wire about to divulge a secret which had been entrusted with them. Was it hatred jealousy of Tho work of a Friend who had committed Many crimes such a3 this Oil for one might have said in those Days just for the thrill of the thing. Or editor Here is your s Ory and if you will go Back to this Date you could no doubt find this very article Quot in your own Putnam Banner. And it was noted that this was one of the most diabolical and inhuman murders it Hail Ever been your paper s province to r Cord up to that Date. An awful tragedy on last monday morning about 11 o clock. Or. Tilt an h. Hanna and wife Liv no in the immediate Vicinity of Groveland in this Putnam 20 years a 20 in county about nine Miles North East of get encase were found dead in their can House having been brutally murdered the night before and left with Nono to toll the tale of the horrible deed. Kor. Wan a Mer chant in the Village of Groveland. H s store remaining closed on monday morning to Aji unusual hour. Caused Somo curiosity to the people of tile Village when they repaired to his House where the victims were found sweltering in their blood. An axe from a neighbouring Black a Milf s shop had been us d to Dis Patch them. Or. Hanna had no Beni marred but a Short time and therefore left no offspring to deplore his awful Fate. None but hims if and wife occupied Tho House in which they were murdered. Or. Hanna was a most exemplary Young Man standing High in the Community As in orderly peaceable citizen Ami his wife possess no the same traits and known to have but Little or no Money on hand the neighbors and Community around Arv a it a loss to know what induced the inhuman wretch or devils incarnated to commit an act of so atrocious a character. the to me we write the Sorori r of the county has not returned from holding an inquest on the bodies of these individuals. When he does return. We will probably have Cacnio definite information in regard to the cause which induced the come miss 011 of this horrible Crini. In a memory i Ankum Book at hand the words. 1 a a find out the murderer if you were legibly written w the it Nam and funds raised to maintain cemetery commit t e e Wil headed by mrs. Lois Wright Putnam . Til inks contributors the Campaign being conducted at Putnamville to raise a fund for the a Etc Nance of the cemetery it that place has met with a cordial reception by persons who Are interested in the preservation of the burying grounds Beauty and convenience. Not enough has been contributed yet. But the returns Are coming in. More Are needed however. This past week will not much longer sen i its cheer out into the surrounding country. The Beautiful and elaborate lighting seasonal illumination which was to Fine this year on Laws and in windows of our Homes was nightly viewed by Many who drove along the streets where displays were the most evident who were cheered by the panoramic succession of the splendours which Are now considered tangible symbols of the Bright a s which Christmas should bring to our minds Ani spirits. Along with the Dawn of the new year there were Many r solutions engaged in by our people who. At least once a year think seriously upon their Way and find some of the m reprehensible at least in their own estimation. Many of our residents were in Church sunday morning who scarcely knew their Way Brut in Tho sanctuaries and these were warmly welcomed but a time an Earli r Era in Greencastle lenders in the social life kept open h so on new years Day. The oct a ions were real social events. It won the custom for the respective h Quot Terses to have a number of assists in entertaining and in the Din a room. .1 i to provide refresh a d pc of it very cheering in its character for All who called. Men of the City garbed in their. Y Best formed groups that moved f m one open Home to another Call the canvass is principally in the i1? upon the ladie3 and partaking of hands of a committee of which mrs. The freshment in each place. It was l is weight is president mrs. Mable i Day of scintillating wit and spark Bolton Mitchell Secretary an i mrs. I Quot Mot puns and humorous tales Lucy Shields mrs. Stella Carrington which Enlil nod the conversations mrs. Eva Cooper Are members. Dung the hour3 of the. Open houses. At the beginning of the Campaign a v Tho hot c of that Day there was but $6.50 balance on hands v. I o do not often Cut Tain compan Ion these Day m Thias. Mrs. Were mrs. Mary h. W. L. Denman miss i i la fax a re Iiri $51.75 has been raised the cleaning of the cemetery Cost $45.45 and the postage for the letters sent Cost $15.45. Leaving a balance on hands of $12 80. The committee sent out 45 Post cards to friends and eclat ves of persons who now rest in the cemetery. Some of the cards went to Distant states and the returns in contributions came from folks in the states of Washington. Illinois. California. Inti cod the reappointment of All court Inna and from localities close to employees who r red during the pc Quot new court term t1 sixty fourth Erm of the Uthit in circuit court opened monday m a fling but. A Honor of the new it arts Holiday but Little business was unde taken. Judge Courtlan 1 c. G Ven Annun la a a no Iru Frt r n �939 Raby Derby of to Good Start first entry born on Green Castle r. It. I at 12 20 a m. Sunday Putnamville. The Arr Val of interest in the Pio per maintenance of the burying ground was due in part to the Home economics club of Putna Ivil e. Which u Ide i its help to that of the township this year the w is mowed every week dining the growing season. The committee wishc3 to thank All who have helped. The contribution so far received Range from 25 cents to 5.00. Tho comm tree Hopes to in Able to continue this work through or Ling tem. These included mrs. Marlon bomb 11 court reporter r. P. Mullins an i d. O. Moffett jury is on is Clarence vef Focil court Bailiff Fred Todd probation officer. Tomorrow Muring the atom eve of the Putnam bar will assemble to Hvid the calling of the docket at hich time insofar As possible dates v ill be so for hearings of of see on the docket for the january term. There Are clo to a Hundred state r s of which a considerable per an investigation pm the South end elevator for a a Iris aider a a a a a a a a ice Hui Lay afternoon. Marriage licenses Denzil Coffey order clerk. Indianapolis and Adrian Scobee. At Home. Greencastle w k. I lately after he took Over the of t0 corporation will serve As assist Roy e. Bullerdick. Fanning. Green be of chief which was at 2 of Kloct Ai gerier0fl sales manager and Poul Castle route 3, and Ruth a. Rogers to vice Man for the new firm. 1 at Home. Bainbridge. A from or. Am1 mrs. Milton Brown spent monday in Indianapolis. A from e Gar Jobe of Wert. Virginia spent last week Here. The temperature was above Zero. The 1989 baby Derby sponsored by the daily Banner and several Greencastle merchants got off to a Good Start sunday morning. The first entry in the contest Tronald Harold Monn to. Who male his arrival at the Home of or. An i i Fred Monnett Gret n Cas tie it. R. 2, at 12 20 a. M. Sunday. The Mon Nett. Baby lipped the Scales at 8 Pound the Banner however is expecting to hear reports from other sections of county concerning babies born on the first Day of the new year. Any person knowing of bar the on sunday. Jan. 1. 1939 Are urged to communicate with the Banner at once. The Winner of the baby Derby will receive a drinking cup from the Banner plus a number of other gifts from local merchants sponsor no the Derby. 1 139 but the member say they can Cen tags Ai brought far failure to to so Only by the help of everyone p Ovle. With about As Avny charge it i iiiilnii.-i1 Council to meet in first session starting of Mac Hinsky of new administration to come before Assembly a the new City Council will h be is first meeting this evening at 7 30 of clock. In the Council Chamb r at the c to building. Mayor w d James will preside. City clerk treasurer Paul Grimes will care for the records. And the new Council men. Messes. Welch. Starr Stoner. Neal and ens in will be in their places. Matters connected with the shirting of the machinery of the new administration w 11 come before the As ably. 6 a 7 a. 8 a. 9 a. 10 a 11 a. 1 it from mum 36 36 38 40 a. 44 44 6b Irr. A i Fri entries penal som of escaping from the state fam some for Petit larceny for frail Lucent Check writing. The civil and probate dockets have about the usual number of cases. A it a it o it it o a o 0 a ii today a weather it and it local temperature it a a a a it it it it it it it it it generally fair Mon Lay somewhat incr in extreme North portion by n rat to a Day fair in South portion or it idol Able cloudiness in North portion
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