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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - May 27, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaI a the weather Jot tabs and cooler a Quot a a the forty seven daily Banner a it Waves for ally i a Salty in sort town a ested today. Opportunity to relax Thev landed ten Days Atio Plass round Golf til Kume their journey Vai Niniver which they will Krucli monday a Alberta May 27.�?.up> George and Queen Elizabeth today in this resort town u the Rockies. A was the first Opportunity they i Junce Uliey landed at Quebec avs ago and they prepared to a a. Most it. Formal even owns and uniforms were Dis a for comfortable tweeds and to suits. King Hail planned today a Golf Banff a sporty but the hand he injured still was giving him some it and it was considered unlike the would play. Lead it was expected that he Queen Elizabeth would hike the Many trails near the hotel e driving this afternoon to Lake situated beneath gleaming glaciers and Snow crowned Lorrow morning they resume i journey to Vancouver British Libia which they will reach after a glimpse some a greatest Railroad engineering land Scenic beauties Canada hundreds Miles the train Pas ick Mountain Gorges Snow Eov Eaks and tumbling streams be i the wooded slopes lying Vancouver Island. Royal pair showed fatigue up tir arrival Here last night from by where close to 200.000 per i ave them a wild greeting Prary is a typically Western the Center a great wheat there Queen Elizabeth was de i to see for the first time in decked out in feathered Bon i Dir Slun. Bailed clothing and a paint. Be tribes participated in the Wei among the seven chieftains greeted them was chief shot loth sides jacob.1 indians had set up their tee i the outskirts Calgary and greeted their rulers in grave ceremonial manner. Buffalo i had been spread upon the bid. The King was Given Buck i la tobacco Pouch. A had been planned to invest the a As Quot chief sitting Albino a the Manitou the indians but Folian agents allow it George i already was the t supreme chief All the tribes i the Dominion f the Encampment just As their sties entered the Royal car a k Kulli Kuril nit two Jhk Fin l , Indiana sat in Day May �7, 1939. I i a i i a a i a cd Quot g United press service All t1ik Home news a. To a i i it to i no. 191 commencement s p e a k e list a Fred i. Balt judge Fred g. Bah Columbus o., will deliver the address to the senior Clais Greencastle High next Friday evening in the gob in memorial Church. Judge bae has appeared Here before and last year after talking at the High school convocation the present senior Olasz made a request that he be the commencement speaker. Judg Bale will discuss the topic a a design for great living a in his talk to the seniors 1939. Charles Mayo passed away late Friday noted surgeon was taken to his Home it Rochester. Minnesota die at mercy Hospital was acclaimed Xone the lost versatile surgeons his in citation Church invites episcopalians gesture Friendship xxx As extended by presbyterian 111 kit ii own Trout put in county Stream s Bay l to n Kofi re it Okki tests 01 temperature Putnam county Stream s the Honor being made the Lalioo fingerlings the j11 Trout species fish which placed in a Stream near fill a this morning by men from the pail a hatchery at Rochester. A state this is the first shipment Irown Trout which has come to amp a county. It was secured in the interest the Fillmore Fer vation club and Only after los Day Farmer that Vicinity conducted carefully recorded the temperature the in which the Young fish were to determine the streams p Lihty to become the habitat Flash. They require water Fin temperatures and it was d As a result . Days inflation that this Stream meets i regents. Brown Trout have placed in Indiana streams As so uth As Spring Mill state Park. Have flourished. �?o8c Trout were put in two Small Jjck branches the Day farm it the temperature is nearly Uniat 6$ degrees pcs branches Are tributaries f Creek and big Walnut but r Quot alter. Game Warden who Ai-11 in 8�curing the consignment pm say these Brown Trout Are fent fighters and do not care id ame that have Placid current. I a hat reason he says they Are 1 Ike by to descend into big Wal the apparent advancement the movement within the presbyterian and the episcopal churches to effect a Union these two organizations similar to the Union methodist branches has been followed with interest by local members both these churches. At the meeting the general Assembly the presbyterian Church now in session at Cleveland a Resolution was adopted with but slight objection furthering the Union the presbyterians and the episcopalians into one body. The matter is added interest Here because the residence Here a considerable number members the latter Church who Are in the process forming a Concrete Church body they at present not having a Church Home. Years ago there was an Episcopalian Church in Greencastle at Seminary and Taylor place which finally was closed for Church services because the decrease in membership. At a recent meeting the congregation the presbyterian Church Greencastle a gesture Friendship from that body to the Episcopalian membership was extended in the form an invitation for the latter to use the presbyterian Church Here As their Church Home for their own ser vices As Long As they desire. The local presbyterian Church known us the first itself is the product the Union units two branches the old school and the new school. Both had Church Homes but upon their coming together one now the St. Paul s Catholic Church was sold and United congregation from that time has worshipped in the present presbyterian Sanctuary. Chicago. May 27 a up a the body . Charles Mayo noted surgeon was taken today to his Home at Rochester minn., where he and his brother sons a country doctor transformed a Small Hospital into a clinic and research foundation famous throughout the world. He died at mercy Hospital late yes. Ter Day after an eight Day siege pneumonia with which he was Strick j while in Chicago a business trip. He was 73 and had spent -10 years As an Active surgeon and physician. His achievements made the Mayo clinic a medical Mecca visited by Rich and poor from All Corners the Globe and brought him Many honors. His awards degrees and titles inducing recognitions from several european countries idled an eight Page Booklet. He was acclaimed As one the most versatile surgeons his generation. He was a Pioneer in surgery the nervous system recognized As the originator Gaiter surgery and performed More than 700 operations for Cataract the Eye. His work also included hundreds operations the brain ear nose Throat and Abdomen. His attending physician . Thomas Jan dry the Mayo clinic staff and several consultants had fought desperately to bring him through the crisis his illness using every Means medical science old and new. Treatment included administration the drug sulfa Patline recently discovered specific for certain types pneumonia which much the experimental work and been ilme in the surgeons own laboratories. ? life f v it in �1 \ \ Tonsa a xxx is. A q2sss�_ chs officers and Crew aboard the squalls As officers and Crew were welcomed to Portsmouth n. H., recently by rear Admiral Cyrus w. Cole commandant the Navy Yard. He is shaking hands with lieutenant Oliver f. Naquin sub s commander. Men shown were All aboard sunken sub. Latin club had banquet to liars. At Home Siiss lilt y Louise Longden invitations xxx Ere scrolls Shady Lane hit j a by storm Friday Fri it Syc a Moil. Iki is w Ere blown Down i til1ty poles toppled Over four the venerable s Sycamore Trees growing either Side tie nation in Road at Shady Lane a Short distance West the Putnam county iliac were blown Down Friday afternoon at about 2 30 clock when a windstorm concentrated fury and restricted path passed through that Region from the Northeast. In the devastation Utility poles some them High tension electric Power dines were toppled Over onto the pavement. The Road was closed to traffic for an hour and a Hulf. Approximately and it was necessary for four state police officers from the Putnam me Barracks to remain at the scene the wind damage. To control the heavy pre memorial Day traffic. State Highway employees worked desperately to Clear the pavement the debris sufficiently to permit the movement the traffic and Utility company linemen shut off the electric current and helped get their poles off the pavement. The police arrested one Driver a it in Vaneeken St Louis for London British general staff Mission to go to Moscow reports say Voro Shilov a visit to London will 1m hurried. Hyde Park Roosevelt has received expressions urging him to run for third term from diverse political figures. Portsmouth. N. Naval experts arrive from Washington today with instructions for salvaging Squal us divers continue working at scene. Geneva league Council meets to decide Aland islands fortifications and China s plea for Aid. T Council meets at 6 a. M. Edt Washington government expert who was to have examine Wall Street leaders resigns in protest to monopoly committee s a postponement investment banking probe. Banff Canada Webb Miller it a King and Queen relax for first time in 10 Days in Mountain report. Philadelphia a death kiss widow taken to Hospital after she refuses foe 1 and drink for three Days. Chicago Mayo s body returned to Rochester. Minn. Which he made famous As medical Mecca stories Lurre it concerning Joe s Dun coloured trotting stallion xxx As owned by Lewis ii. 8texx x 1st, Roachdale in c ase rain program t Aken to gym if possible the Parade will be Wielb As already an Nola Nch de j id e s a i e announced track and passenger Cam Bath May be decorated in Competition for priz Best vehicle the committee in general charge i the a Range Menta for the Observance memorial Day in this Community. To be held tomorrow afternoon. Announces that if the weather is not suitable for an outdoor Observance the Day the exercises will be held in the i High school gymnasium. If possible the Parade Wim be held As already announced participate 1 in by every organization the Community and the program will he at the cometary. If possible but if this plan cannot be carried out because unfavourable weather the program will be Given in Fum in the gymnasium with the exception course the Parade. Trucks and passenger cars both May be decorated in the Competition for the prize for the Best decorate i vehicle in the Parade the committees announces and the taste the individual is the guide hut it is expected there will to some suggestion at East the color Motif the Day. The judges in the contest selected by the general committee Wim be mrs. Frank Dornner Paul Boston and s. R. Rariden. The members the woman s Relief corps if they desire to ride in a Parade Are asked to assemble at the legion Homo at 2 clock and if they a re planning to March they will assemble at the Extension South Locust Street South Berry and they will be assigned places in the line. Failure Strawberry crop will effect Market the impending destruction the major part the Strawberry crop in reckless driving. After he had Cash i Quot a a county Southern Indiana due to the heat an i the dry weather will Prol Mihly will return Batchelor was Audi fitted Friday at Sullivan in connection with slaving James Batchelor 22 years old. Whose Home is at Jasonville. Probably will be returned to the Inri Iunus state penal farm at Putnamville to Complete sentence for Petit larceny following his acquittal Friday at Sullivan the charge being a participant in the Holdup slaying Mary Ellis 75 years old. Who lived near Batchelor s Home the jury deliberated nearly eighteen hours before reaching a verdict. When the verdict was announced Batchelor seemed unmoved hut his Young wife fainted and other relatives began crying. The state had asked a a the death penalty m nothing Quot and the jury had its Choice seven verdicts. The state contended that Batchelor and his companion. Sandford Humphries Indianapolis heat the to death with a club in january 1033. Alva Monnett was sentenced in the City court yesterday afternoon for intoxication and was fined is and costs arid sentenced to the a it enal term for 3ft Days. The latin club the High school soda Illuas Latina met thursday evening at the Home Lucy Louise Longden for a banquet. Rom an style. Invitations in the form miniature scrolls had been issued to a l Menf Bers the second year latin class its instructor miss Farley and the professor latin at Depauw University. Miss Shearer. So. Draped in Toga and crowned with garlands. A stately company reclined the Longden Lawn at the a first watch. A in keeping with the ancient custom dining a a a bus and malay a a from eggs to apples the epicurus enjoyed the following menu a gust us denied eggs Tomato juice olives a Prim i mensa fish Macaroni and cheese Green Beans bread Honey celery a Secunda mensa grape juice nuts apples. Preceding the banquet was an Quot offering to the gods by theseus. Jupiter presided As a master the program itself included a talk roman festivals by Aurora a series games and songs led by Proserpina. Members the class with their self chosen roman names arc cupid Agnew psyche Brown. Medusa Brown. Venus Bryant Juno Bumer. Minerva Calil Hercules Calloway. Mars Cannon Apollo Conklin. Nero Cook. Proserpina Crask Diana Dreyer. Ariadne Estep. Puto Green Ceres Longden Mercury Lyon. Bacchus Martin Arria Newgent. Midas Quebbeman. Jupiter Shelley. Cassandra Sherman. Aurora Strain. Thesus Trail and medea Wildman. Joint recital monday miss Leah Curnutt. Of the Depauw music school faculty will present a piano recital in Meharry Hall monday evening at 8 15. Miss Curnutt is a graduate Depauw and studied with prof. Vernon Sheffield and prof. Henry rolling while in College. She has also studied with Homar Cramer. Indianapolis pianist. The concluding number the program will be the Grieg sonata for violin and piano. The violinist will be miss Marjorie Goodwin Waterloo. Indiana. Miss Goodwin is also a graduate Depauw. Having majored in violin under prof. Herman Berg. Into three automobiles which the p it Ilice were holding. The Man and his wife both were severely injured. The Trees which were felled by the wind were at the East and the West ends the rows which Bonier the Highway both sides. These Trees Are very old. But the regularity their Spac no in the rows and the distance apart thi rows indicates intentional planting by some Early adjoining property owner their origin May be As claimed in one tradition which i that the cd a Trees grew from the outer extremities Sycamore saplings which were Laid across the roadbed the old Highway in a very Early Day. To form a Corduroy surface Over a soft stretch the Road before it was Given a coating Gravo during Stagecoach Days. There was a hard gust two wind followed by a rainfall in Greencastle at 2 30 yesterday the time the severe storm at Shady line but no damage was caused Here. It is believed that the storm at Shady i in was the same which struck in the Vicinity Worthington causing heavy damage there. Have an important effect upon the Supply strawberries in local markets. The local markets have been supplied from the Tennessee Berry areas so far. But that crop is about finished for this season and local dealers were anticipating shipments Fri m the Southern Indiana districts to Start within a few Days. Putnam county berries Are not ready for picking. Interesting stories Are yet current in Putnam county about Joe s. Another Putnam county horse that attained local Fame. He was a Dun co ored trotting stallion owned by Lewis h. Stewart Roach Daic father mrs. Fred Hixon now residing in Greencastle. Joe a a big animal was a biter a kicker and a Pawer striving in to singly with his Teeth h s rear Hoefs and his front hoofs to Hurt his jockeys and his caretakers. He was dangerous when having one his tantrums. In fact it is Tild he that he was so Strong that he could raise entirely off the ground the sulky to organizations that Are Chi act which he was harnessed with the no to attend who have not had a Driver John Brown in the sulky seat. Place aa8�gneut Are asked to be at Brown weighed two Hundred Poun is Tju a gum Home More. Joe s was in his prime Early in this Century. He. According to one Story was a Western horse sired the Plains by a wild Mustang from whom he acquired his wonderful stamina in Rac no and mrs. Hixon thinks that Story his descent is True. But it is claimed by others that his sire was creche. An even More wicked horse owned at Rockville. Once when Joe s was pitted the Bainbridge fair race track against Flossie c. A Mare owned by James Hymer another a it Hdale Man. The two raced heat after heat in an Effort to deckle the Winner racing Quot until one Man said when at last Joe s. Receive i the w a Nero a ribbon. He raced five six heats. Mrs. Hixon sad that Joe s was members the woman a Relief corps Art requested to meet at the Home mrs. Paul Grimes Berry Street at 2 clock sunday to join the Parade to Forest Hill cometary. The g. A. R. Memorial Day ritual will be Given by two Spanish american War arid t we. Urls War veterans. The part the commander will be by Wilbur s. Donner chaplain j. K. Black officer the Day r. R. Neal Ami officer the guard Charles i. Conklin. Experts arrive to raise squalls have plan for one most differ i it jobs Ever attempted Man. May Send Mission to i l l a ssi a leum5rs London. May 27 it up it great Britain May Send a special military Mission to Moscow soon to initiate general staff talks with russian military leaders it was understood today. A French Mission would be expected to go at the same time so that i full Survey could be made the contributions the three Powers to a general anti aggression defense Pool and the roles the respective armies navies and air forces planned. 20 years ago in Greencastle Flower gardens this county show development to Acme perfection Otto Dobbs purchased the Home his brother George an East Washington Street. Graduates the St. Paul parochial school Here were Mary Hirt Norvetta Green Rose Gilsmer and Virginia Reynolds. Just now is the season for the Larkspur the Columbine the Iris and the Peony in Putnam county Flower gardens. These seem to be the background the riotous blending Floral colors and shapes with an intermingling the hues the Early roses Oriental topples painted daisies Delphinium and a score other a Lovely Flowers such As the Putnam county floriculture its most women know How to develop to their Acme perfection. One the Flower gird Quot ens in Greencastle is one that is not seen by the greater part the residents. Because it is somewhat withdrawn from their usual routes travel within the City. It is that at the Home mrs. Columbus Alspau Gri and . And mrs. Charles t. Moore at which Home the West Side Jefferson Street the Lawn extends the full length the Block from Franklin to Columbia Street. It is one the older houses in town Mcce the Home . And mrs. Stevenson who were the parents the late Tarvin c. Grooms. It has been the Alspaugh Home from 1900. And . And mrs. I spa ugh Laboured together to bring out the possibilities the Lawn which slopes gently northward from the House to Columbia Street and mrs. Alspaugh has continued the work since his departure there is a Beautiful Pool Large in size in which Are lilies having forts background a screen Small Trees Portsmouth n. 11. May 27 up it two Navy experts arrive to Jay from Washington with in True raced by her father in All the county Lions for raising the sunken Summa fair usually winning. He was at line squalls the 2g dead men last sold to an Illinois horse Finan her Crew from the Bottom the at-cier., and died while owned by that lactic 15 Miles off the coast. They were commanders a. R. Mccann and a. I. Mckee who had left the scene the disaster yesterday morning held hurried conferences with ranking naval Autori Les at the capital and were earning Back with a plan for ? the most difficult salvaging jobs the Navy Ever had attempted. The plan decided upon As a quickest and safest Quot was to have divers attach Hose lines to the flooded after part the submarine through which air could be pumped in to Force the Wate r out then attach pontoons to give the Hulk More buoyancy. Mccann is the inventor the diving Bell in which the squalls 33 survivors were raised to safety through 240 feet water. Divers working from the Salvage ship Falcon were Busy today Clearing the Squall so deck for the Salvage Job. They were removing antennae and i other fixtures. Until the submarine is brought to the surface and examined there will Ami shrubbery then there is another Structure a Rock Pool with a drinking Fountain for the Birds and Flowers and shrubbery around it but an interesting and attractive uni Fash one feature the Garden is the Stone walk from the House Down the slope to Columbia Street bordered its full length by luxuriant flow ers. Among them being flaming poppies. The Multi tinted Iris roses painted daisies Shasta daisies Long spurred Larkspur tree Peony Delphinium Many sorts Columbine and specimens the yellow Button Verbena and Babyb Cath. A Rogosia blooms close by. Not far away North Jackson Street Charles Mikol displayed to the writer a collection the Tulip Cactus whose wonderfully Bright and Beautiful flame coloured Flowers Are just now in the maximum their profusion and color. One Plant has not less than a Hundred blossoms another has nearly fifty and so within a few feet them exotic Cactus growing in a tub. Is a Lemon tree with an Odd display blossoms and mature Ripe fruit the same branches. The towers Are the Ivory White tint that the Orange blossoms have arid a similar Rich cloying fragrance. Today a Flower . Meikel said Wal a set Quot and. Next season the fruit will appear from Tho Flowers this season. Out at the Rural Home and continued i Ane two 11 n i cd in nne two amp sgt a amp amp amp a i 0 a today a weather @ @ and a a local temperature a a a a a a a a a a amp a occasional showers thunderstorms saturday probably continuing into sunday. Somewhat cooler today. Minimum 6 a. A 7 a. M. 8 a. M. 9 a. M. 10 a m. 11 a. 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