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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - June 27, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaA the weather cd i u �?�11ttle change a the daily Banner a it Waves for ally United press service �?�9 All the Home news 0l, i a for i to Uty Indiana tuesday jink 27, 1939. No. 217 old service 5ig Walnut he Rich sunday Moki i program accents 1,1 01 missionary Bap-�?Ti1s Oki it Ani action .1� Roix of departed i gathered a a Church cult in Manhattan in 1836 have records the Mem rial service held by the Segati of the big Walnut mis Irv Baptist Church South of slant Garden. Sunday accented Jfe of the organization. Especio. Impressive was the Reading of rc-11 of departed members by a Huffman who is Secretary of Church the program sunday Cupi ii 1 h Forenoon and afternoon n1ce? with a Large attendance. I by Walnut congregation had assembling in their present actuary More than thirty years eve having erected it themselves. That they met in a former this list Church building not far the Jack Huffman place and. A Ore that time they occupied the Jends school House Mast of their sent Church Home. However their very first gather in As a Church unit was in Mandan in the Early year 1856. The event congregation is very Fortu the in having in their Possession record which gives in detail the it a by which they attained their a ent strength and importance in a Ashing ton township. This jord is t i i us As we write hav been secured for this use from re Huffman who is a vigilant la Dian of the old Book whose farm South of the Butler school hous. Rich is on the National Road West pleasant Garden. Fries leather bound record shows age by its time coloured binding id its yellow pages. Its various Lista members compiled front time to. As the Church advanced in s. Has opposite Many of the be entries of Quot dead a Quot lettered and excluded out Quot. The going of a lie entry Quot dead Quot is a vitally Plain. Lettered Quot Means member was transferred to an or Church of the same Faith in Juniar order but Back of the fre Rit entry. It lured Quot there lies a try in Many instances which in a ves a dropping away from the a Ith sometimes or it May be the version of that person to that Ith f an a sect. Not favored by Church sex j Ling him or her. The r Light considerable num f of membership from Ier Chu the records of the Desti l in lists particular la How. A of trials of such suns their excommunication they in ted an intention of stay it with a new religious belief he i y of the first congregate at Manhattan begins follows during the year ending 185 p h Evans pastor of the Green be b Church preached about c a t the on the town of Man a lord attended his labor month of june 1856 four a d into the Fellowship of or Castle Church and in july own., two came in by letter. A Fermi. F Brethren was held on v Abbath in july 1856, at i Hawley s House to take into h it it ii a tied on 1�?Tiiur tui standpipe workmen Are c completing Job workmen who have been repairing the standpipe in Greencastle for the past ten Days expected to finish the Job today. They have made repairs on the inside Nave taken off All the rust spots painted it put it in shape that it is said will make it stand for another fifty years or More. It was erected originally 55 years ago. And workmen have said that when the present repairs Are completed it will be As Good As when erected new. Of course it will Nave to be painted inside every few years but this is a Small task As compared to the present Job. Workmen who were in the big tank monday afternoon ail it was sizzling hot there and they had to come out every now and then for air and rest. 88th meeting of methodist pastors held Northwest Indiana conference held at Battle ground re slip Lowe. I. I presides methodist women to hold la is meeting wednesday afternoon at 1 45 the opening of the 88th Assembly of the Northwest Indiana conference of the methodist Church at Battle ground today was attended by a Large gathering of methodist pastors from the Northwestern area of Indiana. Including Putnam county. The Gobin memorial Church of Greencastle was also included. Many wives of methodist ministers also were in attendance and other methodist women who will have sessions de voted especially to their Branch of the Church work. Bishop Titus Lowe d. D., of Indi-br1t1sh War off1ci s Ltd a 11 11 9. G i a hot trouble death claims count Ciano italian Leader a a Rome. June 27. Up a count Costanzo Ciano. 62 president of the new fascist chamber of corporations and father of count Galeazzo Ciano. Foreign minister died today at his Villa at Ponte Moriano. In Tuscany. Ciano was vacationing with his wife. He had just returned from a visit to leghorn his Home last night when he suffered a stroke. He died soon after reaching his Villa. Premier Benito Mussolini whose daughter Euda married count Galeazzo Ciano. Was notified at once of the death. Mussolini was with his family vacationing at Riccione. Advisory by. Will elect a Board member Jap officer informs be \ holds sentries to go Hasy attorney general rules Hyp. Member be elected by two. Board \ x it x m e i gust Guy Wrights term on school Board to end soon. New member will be Democrat Iii Al 111�?T get territorial army be ready to Jens e. Boom \ Waits decision before vol re to Sec i re restoration of management of property London. June 27 a up a the War office has notified the 406.000 officers and men of the territorial army to be prepared for a possible emergency at the end a it of this summer. It was Learned today. News of the notification came a Day after an admiralty announce Grams will be offered each Day and evening concluding on next sunday afternoon. July 2. With the Reading of appointments. Bishop Lowe will Call the conference to order this evening at seven o clock for organization and Roll Call. At 7 150 the annual memorial service will be held for ministers and their wives deceased during the year. Methodist women will hold a mass ment that annual Fleet Maneu vers meeting on wednesday afternoon at would be held a month earlier than i45. Featuring the program will be usual which Means in effect that selections by the women s chorus of the great Home Fleet would be at the Crawfordsville District led by emergency status in August. Mrs. C. L Moody of Tho town notices have been posted in Terri Bishop Lowe will speak on a the trial Barracks throughout the coun place of women in the Spe try. It was Learned warning the Tjai delegations totalling Over 1200 princely to the feeding of a Large troops corresponding to the Amer Are expected to attend. Herd of Dairy cattle. On the farm ican National guard to Clear up All Lay representatives will meet personal affairs before they report thursday morning at nine of clock for cattle. In August for their annual training organization in the Battle ground farm has been managed by period in Camp. Methodist Church with professor the n ices that the Jerome Hixson of Depauw University a j Marie Boesen. And the final report in 1937 of the son. Who was guardian for several years shows receipts for one year of More than $10 -000 for milk and Cream sold Depauw University including the receipts from sales of livestock. Or. Boesen was called As a witness in his own behalf by his attorneys Hamilton amp Hamilton of Green on in the Putnam circuit court yesterday and Toda it the court heard arguments and evidence in connection with the Effort of Jens Eugene Boesen to secure a ruling by the court that he is a person of sound mind. Or. Boesen some years ago was declared of unsound mind. And. Sept. 27. 1935. One of his sons was appointed guardian. He resigned As guardian in 1937. And the Central National Bank was appointed to succeed him. Or. Boesen was treated at a Hospital and the superintendent of that institution recently made a statement to the effect that he is now sane but that report was not sufficient to secure the restoration to him of the management of his property. The latter consists of 380 acres of land South of Greencastle. Devoted with the election of a member of the consolidated school Board of Greencastle City and township due for the next meeting of the City Council or the township advisory Board the question of who would elect has been raised. It seems that the several Laws governing this election Are some what contradictory and for this reason. Marshall Abrams City at a Tomey. Asked for an opinion from the attorney general which has been received. The attorney general has held that the duty of electing the township member of the consolidated Board rests with the advisory Board and in this vacancy which will be created a with the retirement of Guy Wright j on August 1, a Democrat will be elected As the trustee and the appointive member from the City Are republicans. The Law requires that j one member be of the opposite to i Lotical Faith. It is said there Are a half dozen candidates for the place among them i being w. T. Handy. Roscoe Daggy. E. W. Connerley Ben p. King and James Harrold. Tientsin. June 27 tup. Lieut Gen. Masaharu Horn a japanese Garrison commander announced today that he had instructed sentries at entrances to the blockaded British Concession that it was not necessary to strip persons in searching them. As he made his announcement the japanese blockaded the ports of Soochow and we Chow Down the coast from Shanghai and warned All foreign ship to stay away. The British consulate general at Shanghai at once rejected the warning and the american consulate general was expected to follow suit. Gen. Momma s announcement Here was the first word since the beginning of the Concession blockade june social. St tei meeting Mon. It a re members uni it go ests a movies of Green Astee by in talks 0\ boy state new officers installed he legion auxiliary elects officer for a ailing x car about sixty members and guests of the american legion and auxiliary met at the a Gilt in Home monday evening for the showing of pictures of Greencastle by s. R Rariden. This 14 that Japan might Compromise its was followed by a splendid talk by dispute with the British. Sign at Washington. Hold let Anil and a c bund a a Itliong pm Mon i Home of Mikko first tim i. In Tillim year. Along with other reunions being held this in in the county was one sunday at the Bachelor Home of Leo Mckee in Bainbridge which Wax unique in that it was a slathering for the first time in about thirty years of members of the old ban Bridge ban i. It was the first Homecoming of that organization since they played their last program along about 1906 Quot terriers should pack their furniture presiding. i conference of Lay and other belongings before they go men and ministers will be held to Camp As Quot in the event of an pm thursday at ten of clock in the As Regency a they will be Given a Maxi Sembly auditorium mum of one Day to wind up their or. Merton s of Detroit will 1 personal affairs. Deliver the conference lecture thurs there have been various reports Day evening at Elint of clock on the from the continent that something subject Quot the Man with a was going to happen in August when few ministers will be received into now there Are some fifty head of although or. Mckee is his own Housek Meiier. The ladies who were in two Tawa am a is r e. The group that Mathei i at m it h Indiana at Angle i admit that in his Case at least a to some time sunday or sunday night. A. Majl s hands As a caretaker had not a truck was thought to have hit the been needed. Present were or and Stop and go sign at the intersection of Indiana and Washington streets the children. Harold. Eri7 Wailace e 1 a and tume<1 about a quote it Gnu ter turn to the West monday until straightened by police it was a cockeyed sign and traffic could hardly see it from either Indiana or Washington Street. The crops Are in. And when the German and italian armies on Maneu vers reach Peak strength. The orders to the Fleet and to the a Stern Era a left britons in no doubt if any doubt had been entertained that this time great Britain was going to be ready. Castle an i Edgar m. it of Dan Bishop Ville. On a int Nuril a l nor 1 Herr conflict mar report Tell h plane loss jails �la1m to have shot Down 98 Al asians Dow n .1 via Blanks Hsin Kin g a a nuku1 Juno to six new dams for state at it on Surv action draft final designs a Man Apolis june 27 up a use ration department Engi to today began draft of final i for six new dams which will by 3.000 acres to Indiana s a a liter approval of proposed 1 Sites by vipa officials. Mfg St of the new lakes will be i one at North Liberty where to is of potato Creek will be it i to flood approximately 850 the proposed Jasper Lake Onjo tributary of the Patoka River was a hed to Supply fresh drinking for residents of the City. Other artificial lakes will be built rav Fordsville Farmersburg. A amp Nofort and Hobart. Since the Start of the work Relief stain in 1936. Spa workers have ii 109 dams in the state. At pres Quot Dains Are under construction plans being drafted for 59 others program is sponsored by the in department of conservation. Upit a Japa que asserted t Manchukuo an Ai outer Mongolia fight at Dawn. The common that japanese outer mongol task. And it japanese distr Field there. It was report Ings were Bur according to 200 outer to Over Manchuk be army comm uni Lay that japanese lanes shot Down 96 planes in a Frontier a be disclosed also planes bombed an air plane base at As asserted that the d 30 planes Ori the membership of the conference Friday morning at eleven Bishop Vilie. Tit the opposing Side repro Lowe will speak on Friday evening seated by Lyons amp Abrams of Creen from the subject. A methodism and Castle objected to his evidence be cause the has not yet been d sunday services will to held in the auditorium on july 2 with the morning Sermon by Bishop Lowe. Ministers newly entering the conference will be ordained in the aft three of clock and appoint pastors to churches will tithe closing event of the a Gram. Ministers attending the conference will include All methodist pastors in Putnam and adjoining counties. For every pastor there will Al facial Lay Delegate i woman to represent the tons. Included in the of mrs will be All method in the Northwest Quarter of Indiana. Long governor c a Leelie resell brother of late Iii a m not i still Iii it for my a Isian v state i a he a mrs Charles Moffett or. And mrs. Ernest Lane and or. And mrs. Monnett All of Indianapolis. Or. And mrs. Lloyd Summers of near new Maysville or. And or Ray Miller of Southeast of Bain Brit age or an i mrs. Glen Leinberger. Or. And mrs. Carl Smith of a amp in Ridge. Or. And mrs. Fred Starr of Greencastle. Jus Ford of Greencastle a former in Ruber. Could not be present nor could James Smith. Frank met Norton is believed to be living but he could n t be if rated. Charles Black an i Ray of them living also Baton Rouge. In a Surprise move. La. June 27. Governor Rich noon at its of read ask s pro be an of a Man or on Grega Ial meet churches the state Raymond Brown escapes reformatory Ard leche resigned last night As gov i error of in Pulsiana. The office of sheriff lawyer his resignation was announced in. Graham is in receipt of word from an official proclamation and became officials at Pendleton saying Ray effective at once. I. The a alumni quoted that the play by forgotten be hey Drew from the that were Tak n those attending Moni Brown age 29. Sent ther from put Napi county for a term of one to 10 years on a vehicle taking charge escaped from the institution monday. The officials Here searched this Community monday night for him. But the Only Trace they found was a stolen automobile which he had aban one l near it. Meridian reach Var element Himi Liman i d that Many build a at Vanisk j a pm rese version. An air planes flew it an territory near Lake Buir. And 98 of them were snot Down in a 40 Nute fight. It was believed the Niu Nique said that contending parties in the attempted six additional plane were destroyed or. Ill re i a tik of w vhf >111x51 v v to prorating it is understood that an agreement has been reached Between the be Mhz or buys Stoke from him Mien he win Transfer of the ownership of the Peoples grocery n blast Washington treet. Has this week been made to Eugene l. Soper from a a Jimmie a Ivin. Ash it bought the store from s l Mccoy a few weeks ago. Or Soper has had extensive store experience and is Well known Here i hmm a ploy ment in Greencastle that has Inci j red 14 years with the fori Mer Browning hardware and other firms. Chadd. Neither. W Ere members. Sunday after Noi present Demont Raing of horns can cause the notes t few along by some c were Quito Sou this old Bainbridge musical a i Gre gation played frequently in their the artistic Leader a. And they visited other town including Green Castle to give programs that were very popular. Or Mckee played the tuba. Lloyd clarinet. Charles Offutt the Ernest Lane. Charles Black re prorating of the will of the late Wade Millman. Which will be presented to the Putnam circuit court the latter part of the week for the court s consideration and approval. Loss of three japanese planes was admitted. A previous communique had asserted that the japanese shot Down six of 60 outer mongolian planes a hich. If rat flex win bring to an which crossed the Frontier yesterday end Contention mrs Tamur Huber sister of m Moscow june 27 1 up a a gov Yiuman. Objected to the pro Batir. Emment radio communique said to of the will for the alleged Principa it Iri i it i 1 1 it notes in the divorce proceedings of Velma Violet Reed against William j. Reed the defendant has filed an affidavit for a change of venue from the county miss Sarah Mccurry. Daughter of or and mrs Charles Mccurry. East Washington Street was admitted to my. Day that 50 soviet outer mongolian reas it he a had dry i. E county Hospital tuesday mom Aii planes shot dose 25 of 60 Jap by or Millman and also that he had a anese planes which crossed the outer made an Effort to destroy it. The will Mongolia Frontier from Manchukuo left All of or Millman s estate of a three soviet outer Mon proximately jj3 000 to the three was said grand nieces and a grand Nephew. Who Are the grandchildren of mrs. Ini. Sen \tok8 c Evcei. Votes Huber mrs Huber his sister Coo a Washington. June 27 Indi tended that she a. A or it democratic senators divided thus making her an opponent in court of her own grandchildren Wilbur s Donner a a appointed special a Nunis yesterday Golian planes were lost 20 years a20 in Gree Cartee a few minutes later Earl k. Long Home town under brother of the late governor Huey ship of or Mck Long Wax sworn in As governor by supreme court Justice John r. Land or. At that time auditors were examining the financial records of Louisiana state University expecting to Summers. Fred Starr find irregularities amounting to a its Verlie Monnett million dollars or More while state Monist. Frank Mcnort police hunted its resigned president and Cal Smith used a or James Monroe Smith. Jesse Ford and Jai. Leche had deferred his resignation drummers after announcing Smiths resignation an i intimating that a vast shortage had been disclosed. The governor As chief executive accepted his own resignation and Long who served As lieutenant Gnu Armor under leche took Over t. ,. R chief executive s Post in an Atmo to to Lull i Cam sphere of confusion and uncertainty which Shook the old strongly entrenched Hugh Long political Dynas 1 a ont Inturri in i Nur tui Howard Buis on his recent trip to boy state. The legion sponsored his trip to boy state and in showing his appreciation for this privilege he Sang a deep accompanied by mrs Edna. Crump. After enjoying this delightful program refreshments were served in the dining room. Following the so-1 1 a and auxiliary retired to their respective rooms Lor their stated meet-1 Ings. Following the business meeting of the legion the installation of officers was held with Wilbur Donner. Past Post and District commander presiding. The Post during the past year has enjoyed a very successful year under commander Perry Kush and is looking Forward to another splendid year under the direction of audrid Fleen or. Newly installed commander. During the business session of the auxiliary the following officers were elected for the coming year president. Florence Baldwin vice president Jonnie Thomas Secretary. Esther Snider Jones treasurer Phoebe brow a chaplain. Clara Hubbard historian. Rosetta Etcheson sergeant at arms. Alma Grimes executive committee Kathleen Canary. Rachael Buis and Mildred Rush. Florence Baldwin and Esther Snider Jones were elected As delegates and Thomas and Phoebe Brown As alternates to attend the state convention aug. 19 to 22. At bloc Mington. The unit voted to donate $15 to the legion to apply on the Purchase of supplies needed for the baseball team they Are sponsoring. Rachael Buis gave a splendid report of the District joint meeting held june 18 at Cataract fails. The invitation of Florence Baldwin for members of the Post and unit and air families t a hold the annual picnic at her Horn on july 24 was accepted. Members say the annual picnic is always one of the nicest i meetings of the year and it is hoped All the members and their families will attend. Cd Ais cd Perl in i it Kurtli i id is a trom 1 Ray Miller a horns and j Smith were j it was informally agree that the same group with other survivors will assemble again at about the same time next Yar. To Cic la a track no firework indie Holiday non k x n firemen heat wave will remain says weather meeting to he Heel Friday evening in till it it Hall Register now today s weather forecast indicates the soft Ball association met last that the heat wave which hit this evening at 7 �0 in the City Hall at Community monday will continue for which time it decided to give out the another Lay or two at least As the contract to the sponsors this Fri weather Bureau sees no break at the May at a meeting to be held at the present time. Monday was the hottest same place at 7 30. With july 4 Only 10 Days away and fireworks shops in ready pop Ping up in various act ions of thi j City. Greencastle police and fire offi 1 rials yesterday warned against set tag off of fireworks b fore the a i proved Date. Chief of police Edv 1 ird Mattox has issued standing of Jera to be on Lookout for illegal use of fireworks. Juveniles disobeying the e Law will be lectured while adults who violate the fireworks provision s will be a 1 re Tell. It was said Toda july 4 is the Only d. A designated for setting off of fire works except in event of approved Public exhibitions. Day of the year thus far yesterday on the vote by which the Senate adopted an amendment to the monetary Bill to end president Roose by the court Roy Abrams purchased an Oakland eight from the Huck Brothers Harry telex take Oxer Grav Stone serve e station Harry Seeley announced today that he has completed arrangements Promise to whereby he has taken Over the oper strongly interested action of the Graystone service Sta University team and j. Tion located at Locust and Berry streets. Phillips 66 gasoline and Oil pro sponsors to Dat Are Lone Star Cement company. Kroger a. Putnam Ville Cloverdale Gardner s coca cola. Mid West Stone company an 1 a coloured team. Lesa Strong in their sponsor a team but Are Morton a Penney s and co. A a a. Today a weather o and o local temperature o e o $ o $ o o a partly Cloudy t a Lay. Possibly Loca North an a Centra noon or night lit Pesature. Night and wednes thundershowers in portions this after tie change in Tern of the 29 Democrat who the amendment. Senator Ivaa among the 28 democrats against an business for the Depauw Schogt j the station. Or Seeley has of music. No unwed. And additional Librici Jimmie Zeis wrote or a my mrs 1 equipment will be to stalled in c voted for ting of the will is at Issue the will Charle f Zeis that he was enjoying to provide Complete service of that of his Job As Page in Congress and was nature. A a a volts authority to devalue the Dollar Trator of the estate to care for the further senator Vannuys was one property during the time the Troha named the three grandchildren mrs Huber As the executor of the instrument. The station will also have were High. Repairs. All men who have not yet Register minimum. 70 de an l wish to play on a team Are Sam 77 urged to Register at Sam Hanna 7 a. M. A Book store on East Washington 8 a. A. 7 Street As soon As possible. Registry 8 a __________89 Tion fee is 25c 10 a a a 90 of the contracts Are let go Friday 11 a. A. .90 and Are returned by monday 12 noon 94 teams can begin playing by wednes-1 1 p m. 95 it May july 5. 2 p. M v95
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