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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - November 13, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaA 44444 1 the Wea thib Vik and warmer 4 a 4 a a me forty eight the daily Banner a it Waves for Allt to t a 4 All. The Home news 4 4 United press service 4 a 44 4 44 44 44 4 4 a a Uree Castle Indiana monday november i.1?, l Fri. No. Or Ocia tion Gani Zed by a paid dads o breaking crowd of attended annual banquet let was presented s. Winning is of a Field was named president of organization us University celebrated Day saturday climaxing it he organization of a dad s As of Depauw and with a rec caking crowd of 1300 at the dads Day banquet. Tl1 new organization formed meeting after the Earlham de football game elected As pres Montgomery s. Winning de 13 of Springfield 111. Or. No. Assistant attorney general Nois has two children in de Patricia a Sophomore and a freshman. Or. Oscar t. 01-Aslor of the Euclid avens list Church in Cleveland son John is a Junior was vice president Aid f. Elliott Kokomo attorn 0 was elected Secretary treas has three children in Depauw 1 senior Richard a Sophomore Onald jr., a freshman. He is Depauw graduate. Elmer j. Kenberg and Clifford c. Of Chicago were named to on the executive committee have Junior sons named Frank Are members of the varsity 11 team. Or. Schnackenber is or of the Illinois state Legisla or. Gregg is director of the museum in Chicago d c. Claycomb of Indianapolis placed on the executive it tee his daughter Mary Alice Sophomore. Capacity crowd at the banquet Phillip h. Conser principal of High school in Toledo. O., rept the dads on the speaking per. Or. Edward r. Bartlett whose is a Depauw freshman spoke faculty and president Clyde a Riman for the University As a William Welch of Loga Spoti Dent of the student body rep de his schoolmates and mins Beth Campbell of Brazil presen Cal solos As the coed contribute the program. Dean Louis h. Formerly vice principal of Ridge High school was Toast Quot a. A Progi am closed with a three Ballet presented by the Ted n troupe of male dancers in the be theatre. The Ballet. A to Liber was a rhythmic american Saga dances to suggest the past t. And future. Elder Morissey Dies Diana Polis nov. 13.�?John issey 83 years old. Father of chief Michael f. Morrissey. Sunday after a lingering illness Active of Ireland he Canu Here a youth and worked As a it handler in local Railroad de survivors besides chief Morv Are another son a daughter 1 brother. Avy loss results Jin Auto wrecks announces candidacy show will open december 14 preliminary plans arranged at meeting of committee Friday evening to re at held court House Geo. R. Jeffery ribbons will be awarded to winners in 10 places Webb Evans presided at meeting preliminary plans for the annual Corn show for Putnam county were arranged at a meeting of the Corn committee of the county Friday evening in the office of the county agent David l. Grimes. The show will be held in the lobby of the court House december 14. 15 and 16, sponsored by he first citizens Bank and i j Trust company. It was determined that at this show the classes of Dis-1 plays will be the same As those of last year excepting that the list will be increased to include exhibits from the 4-h clubs of the county. Ribbons will be awarded to winners in 10 places. Webb Evans president of vespers Call meeting of id / \1 a fax Royal Arch masons j pm at a called meeting of Greencastle spoke at chapter of Royal Arch masons to be held in the masonic Temple tuesday evening. November 14th at 7 30, the Mark and past master degrees will be conferred on a class of candidates from the local and Brazil lodges. Important a Vatidis will be filled by a degree team from the Brazil chapter. \ took As tent Paul a speech in Parthenon for dips Day event a held at Gorin Church Hunting licenses issued for �?T39 run High it is hoped that % number of Royal Arch masons will attend to witness these degrees As Tazil is known for its excellent work and interest in masonry. Earthquake Shook radius not far from two thousand put Iam county men and women have Aken out Hunting and fishing Lien a a s this season according to figures of Homer c Morrison. The number s at least 150 larger than last sea on. By november 1, this year. Or Morrison had sold 1761 licenses a office in the court House and at he Sam a late last year he had sold or. Wildman presided assisted by 1 Only 1608. Kev. Mcclure and , Feller j this number of licenses sold this or. Thompson played ear by november 1 does not include a Orne that have born disposed of by speaking at the monthly Depauw j i repress it in the county University to vespers user Wace sunday j ,0. The 150 or More he himself has i in Gobin memorial Church or. J sold since november 1. Oscar t. Olson took As his text find fire at Kroger a sunday night store damaged by smoke but fire extinguished quickly smoke spread to prevots or. Kilcy manager of local store on hand to Aid firemen Little evidence this morning Indianapolis ind., nov. 13.�? George r. Jeffrey of Indianapolis former United states District attorney and Long Active in Republican politics both in Marion county and in his Birthplace Henry county announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for governor in an address to the Washington town the Putnam county Corn club Prev Paul s speech in the Parthenon. A god s a f is not far from each one of us. Nearer i a i my i \ a Ell n Arr 1111 to 1 loan 01,1 breathing or our hands and a Jull i j feet a his subject at the last event j of the dads Day week end was a the w As t1ik most severe in the affirmation of god Quot our generation tries to saturday Nair it ship Republican club saturday night. Receive news of troop s wit Lidi in sol Britain gives official reason to Japan government monday morning Tokyo. Nov. 13.�? up the government received today with a considerable satisfaction a the news that great Britain was withdrawing most of her troops from North China. The information was conveyed to foreign minister Admiral Kirnisa buro Nomura by the British ambassador. Sir Robert l. Craigie. This morning. He said the official reason for it was that Britain needed the troops in Europe. Japanese believed that it was the first move toward the relinquishment of British in musts in North China and some quarters believed that eventually British troops would be moved out of Shanghai. The news was announced simultaneously by the War office in London. And had been communicated in Advance to the United states and other nations who have troops in North China in accordance with the Boxer treaty of 1900 permitting them to keep communication lines open and a guard foreign property. The British viewpoint was that the withdrawal signified a marked improvement in the far Eastern situation in recent weeks due in a Large part to the russian German non aggression Alliance which virtually negated Japan a anti comintern pact with Germany. Sided at the meeting. Committees were named As follows entry clerks r. J. Koffman Madonna Grimes arrangements we. Wright. L. A. Dicks Ivan Ruark Andrew Suther Lin Eugene Akers banquet Carl Arnold. Home economics leaders of the county will meet november 16 in the court House in Greencastle to receive memory of inhabitants was Felt for .30 seconds Itenia Editk into str my the night attire several Small fires were caused in i a. 1 Izier living Noi Iii a partial and i gum notary drive North c and to make god Only a piece saturday evening Seattle Wash nov. 13 up the most severe earthquake in Ihu memory of inhabitants Shook a 200 mile radius around Seattle shortly before Midnight last night cracking pavements Brick Walls and plaster. Prof. Howard Coombs of the uni varsity of Washington s seismological Laboratory sail the tremor was suggestions to Reading in the Home. Between third and fourth intensity from miss Meta e. Martin Extension prove everything scientifically and consequently believes in or. Olson charged and added. A was if god could Ever be proved like a theory. To judge life by that proof alone is to make answer and to make god Only a of intellectual j or. Olson asked if Man could have 4 a made the stars and the universe that j is like the vast dome of a Cathedral j a the Impact of it All is he a suggested that the marvelous Mut i a cities of nature Down to the last Small detail of a Butterfly a Eye seem to be the work of an Omni pot Kan red Light at intersection of Jackson and Washington the exact nature of the urge that caused Pearl Ward. 69 year old Farmer living Northwest of Greencastle on Jackson Street at what the police termed a a reckless Speed to run the red ight at Jackson and Washington streets and to try to Dodge Between a line of waiting cars and the cars parked at the Corner is known Only to or. Ward. He missed All of the cars waiting j fire in the basement of the Kroger store which was discovered at the opportune time sunday evening was confined largely to smoke in the one store but it spread some to the Prevo bros., store As Well As into others farther East in the Block. M. D. Ricketts who lives nearby came onto the Side walk Early sunday evening and noticed the smoke. The fire department was notified and were soon on the Job but by that t Ime dense Clouds of smoke were pouring from All exits of the building j and Many who were Down town for the shows expected a disastrous fire but there was More smoke than fire. However the Blaze was not enough to Char Many of the floor supports in the Kroger store and at one Point the fire burned entirely through the double floor about Midway in the store. The smoke was so dense that fire in line Light to it a Jackson Street for the red change to Green North of the specialist of Purdue University and these suggestions will be repeated by the leaders before their respective clubs in meetings of these clubs later in the season. Putnam county will have what is termed a Swine school. January 18. And a committee has been named to make preparations for it the committee to meet Friday afternoon. November 17. To make arrangements for it. The committee members Are Leonard Mann. Cloverdale township Andrew Sutherlin Monroe township Otis Clodfelter and Paul Mcgaughey. Russell to Tiship Claude Crosby Jackson township Ray Clodfelter Clinton township Earl Sutherlin and Roscoe Hillis. Floyd township Carl Arnold and Lowell Dicks Marion township John Dills Madison township Vemer Houck. Washington township w. Lewis Warren township Noble Allee Jefferson township g. L. Rice Cloverdale township. This committee will meet in the office of the county agent David l. Grimes to be addressed by John Schwab. Purdue Extension specialist. The Rural youth organization of ent mind Ami said. A the glory of a j intersection but he did hit and dam Sunset Means to us the presence of j four cars parked in front of pen a spirit a then the world within us. Our conscience affirms god a or. Olson continued. A it is not just Servile obedience to racial custom because sometimes a Many a conscience Breaks with custom to promote men with their equipment were unable to penetrate the smoke and several who attempted to enter the store As Well As the basement were almost overcome. They continued a stubborn fight and once the source of the Blaze was located had it under sufficiently Strong to cause damage. The Needle on the University a Seismograph was dislodged by the Shock which came at 11 47 p. M. Residents pushed into the streets in night attire As buildings Savod and China broke. The main quake was for 30 seconds and was followed by after shocks which barely were dts i i _ _ a a. Cer Nible i higher things of life. A land Lane Leroy Monis and Clyde. Near the Center of the store base older buildings were cracked Par Ijar a son said that in we aspect j Carrington. They were parked head j ment. Waiting to be shipped Back on tit ions in the Pacific Telephone and., that cannot be outraged with impugn a Telegraph building were broken. Neyts store. He mentioned to the police that he did not see Well and told officer Berkley Watson who arrested him. I control within a Short time that he had a Drivers License but that Raymond Riley manager of the it was at Home. A store was of the opinion that the the arrest was made on a reckless fire started from defective basement he added that Man has a sense j driving charge. Cars hit by the Warco wiring. He also believes it started a obligation to keep Faith with the j car wore those of Perry Boswell r >-1 in some paper boxes which were Quot a a a l j on up against the curb in the spaces tuesday. These were destroyed. I marked for that purpose. Drivers of i or Kizey an<1 others of th0 atari god is a Law or order of the universe that purpose. Drivers of.,ii in a i Muoio thou Shalt love in Ornis in the line out on the Navy there were a few reports of broken a i 1 a a 111 1 e jul u Plato Glass windows Silhy neighbor As thyself is a Cho 1 i ment waiting for the Quot go Quot sign Telephone sue aboard. Were lin<1 Ewry Man for a my eur Quot Trike were. In some cases it was reported swamped with Calls from frantic a a do Quot Cord Quot he 8aw he called is Lemk re a Al most Ulph is �1th terror householders and made communications with nearby towns a most impossible for nearly am hour. Heaters in Seattle Aberdeen and Chehalis. Operating Midnight performances were emptied with a Rush but because of the Small audiences there was no panic and no injuries. And a others of the were on hand All during the fight of the firemen and once the fire was extinguished they placed a huge exhaust fan in the store and pumped the smoke out until monday morning. There was hut Little evidence of floor and the floor itself. Odor from the Burnt mordant Western civilization a com j As ule Ward car came charging to Pound War and i depression National j Wai j them they apparently facing Creed directed against weaker a j not Only dim Are of their automobiles to Quot f Rooth it it inn the h0c in the Lions and towards acquisition of Gold. A j us a so potential personal injury. I a sooner or later we will have to j however. Ward in his speeding car. I come Down to the old fashioned of acted to hit the parked cars Ini ground of right and Stead of the others. No one was Ini a god is affirmed in friendships and Jared in the stones fell from the fed in that occasional glimpse of human Ward was 8, by the police to 1 ,0111 Utola Oral building in Tacoma 30 mibs a nol my and love when tragedy Una i appear before Justice of the peace 1 to the South. Several Small fires were caused in Seattle by wiring. The tremor also was Felt in Vancouver i c. Wenatchee. Leaven locks doors to private lives and we View gent monday morning. He lives and Okanogan. Prof. Coombs Aid Depaiva Ulta idl ate Dies of wrecks his the City made since a an. I by chief of police statistics of automobile accidents Quot Greencastle since january 1. This r. Have been compiled by Edward Duox chief of police and they to-115 with a property loss of $5 218 the cars that were concerned in accidents. Fortunately there has been no ratios and no serious injury within City a limits. He causes of the accidents give loss driving As first in number h intoxication second. A number other causes Are listed also. Edwin Dow Wood 61. Of Louisville. By. General superintendent and a director of the Louisville Gas amp electric company died of a heart attack at 3 30 p. M. Thursday while i meeting being to discuss Corn sitting in his office chatting with g. R. Armstrong his assistant. He had just returned from a funeral. I or. Wood born in Montevideo Uruguay had been with the company since 1915. He served first As electrical operating Engineer became Genera superintendent in 1932 and u director in 1936. A graduate of Depauw University. Or. Wood began his career with the Union traction company of Indiana in 1903. From there he went to general electric at Schenectady n. Y. Then to Lima Peru and Hack to general electric at Schenectady and Cincinnati before coming to Louisville. Putnam county will elect officers fori or ,.lh Everett Bellingham Chelan the ensuing year in a meeting to be held in the Assembly room of the court House at 7 30 o clock the evening of november 21. Professor Messersmith of Depauw University will show pictures of Rural life. County agent David l. Grimes and four or five hybrid Corn growers of the county will attend a District meeting of hybrid seed Corn product Era at Terre haute monday novem Ber 20. The principal purpose of the Dis marriage License Clifford e. Wynkoop Farmer Greencastle route 3, and Priscilla Kathleen Bruner Olive Street Greencastle. Eases. Monday evening november 20, a meeting will be held in the court House of All persons who have received. Or Are to receive service from the Rural electric membership corporation. They will be addressed by s. A. Anderson of Purdue. Viva Jones died suddenly sunday see and hear the murmur of god s i Law Quot or. Olson said. A but it is through the life of Christ that god i is most intimately affirmed and that we see the eternal Quot he concluded. Miss Jeanne Buss Sang solos in the he believed the processional hymn Quot Praise to the epicentre of the quake to be Quot quite Ald the Quot a Quot Ivy Ray y a Quot a r to Seattle and from the Intel them. Of thou that Charest Pray on the former de Hibbitt farm on the Grcic Castle Cllnton fal s Road forty three killed in train collision c Ose Rity said it probably was Felt for a radius of 200 Miles. Indian Livest of k hogs 13.000 Holdover 89 Market j and Widor a Cantabile them miss Elizabeth Campbell took the Solo part in a second Anthem. Quot eternal father a by Holst. Or. Van Denman Thompson played Baches a rejoice be Christian souls Quot from sym 35c lower 160-250 lbs., $6.15-$6.40 j Phany Vias a prelude. 230-300 lbs. $5 80-16 10 300-400 lbs. I r. Clyde e. Wildman presided As-$5.50-$5.70 100-160 lbs., j5.85-s6.15 slated by Rev. Claude m. Mcclure of sows 25-35 cents lower bulk 5.25 j the methodist Church and Rev. Cecil $5.50. J Fellers of the Christian Church. Cattle 1.400 calves 800 nothing j alone Early on steers undertone steady medium steady at $8-$6.65 bidding cents on cows dealers 50o lower bulk Good and Choice $10-$ 10 50. Sheep 2,200 native lambs mostly 50c lower Good and Choice $8.55-$9.25. On Marion farm Lon nil nil ii old is risking yield 1 p to 90 he i ilk per acre Berlin nov. 13 up offi Cio s a none niely is living on the is announced today that 43 persons thins Lead Essl of it. Meridian were kit led and 60 injured in a col busily engaged in husking his pm on steers undertone. A a i o i 111 and Good heifers j Jar. Wll a Nuvil a Olio $6 65 bidding 15-25 1 to freshmen Mon. Vision of two passenger trains Between Langli Eien and Roaen Grunt near Oppeln Prussia during the Peak of sunday s traffic. The track where the wreck occurred. About 51 Miles Southeast of Brest a is a single line. A special commission was appointed to investigate the Accident which was be lived to have been caused by the negligence of a signalman. Well known Warren township Farmer died suddenly at Home some traffic information in order to Check the Public View Point on Down town parking in Green will d e the daily Banner Fitt ods running a Small Coupon. A Blob dec ate if our readers will fill out and mail or deliver to us of that a a be Able to determine some just facts for parking. Read the following and Check and return to us you favor 15 minute parking. You favor 30 minute parking. A time limit would you suggest hat recommendations would you make Alvah Jones Well known Farmer of Warren township died at his Home november 12. He leaves to mourn his loss a devoted wife and two sons Raleigh of Cloverdale and Leroy at Home. One grandson and two daughters in Law one brother and a Host of relatives and friends. Funeral services will be held at the Putnamville Church at one o clock tuesday november 14. Burial will be at Putnamville. 20 years ago in Greencastle said Quot religion should he at the heart of a University Snow Cruiser arrives Boston nov. 13.�? up a rear Admiral Richard e. Byrds 37-ton Snow Cruiser Penguin i arrived at the Boston army base at 7 a. M. To i Day ending a 19-Day, 1000-mile Jour new from Chicago. A an Early morning Blaze Quot burned a few shingles on the roof of the residence of William Peck Anderson Street. From Rural route 1 mrs. Lizzie Obenchain spent tuesday afternoon with mrs. Ross Thomas. Quot terming november 11 As the second Independence Day for America c. C. Gillen spoke enthusiastically before the High school students tuesday a said the newspaper of the Day Quot the talk by John Arthur Friend one of the schoo s returned soldiers was interesting from Start to finish Quot the newspaper added. From Putnamville or. And mrs. Ralph Howard and children and Jimmy Hines spent sunday with or. And mrs. Alf Curtis. Mrs. Louis said the newspaper went to Little Hock an�?~8ald to the freshman. A Yoy will ark., to visit. Cuu Nueil on Riiff two a religion should be at the heart of a University a or. Clyde e. Wilt a nmn told Depauw freshman monday in Chapel. A you will have no need for a Choice Between science and religion since they have no fundamental clash but you will need a Confidence in truth no matter where it leads or. Wildman added that there was no need to defend the truth or fear it. Since a you shall know the truth and the truth shall make you he hold the freshman that they would have to face new truth at College and adjust themselves to it. A remember that the Bible is a Relig duos guide not a scientific textbook and that the terminology of Oene in cannot be expected to approximate our scientific he placed the value of Gensis in the religious insight into the fact that a in the beginning there was a when doubt arise go to someone who knows something about religion and life to discuss them a or. Wild crop. It is some Corn crop because is measuring up to As much As bushels per acre and he says its a open pollinated Corn because he in it it hotter. Or. Nichols picked off four ears c a car Load he gathered saturday Moi Ning and the four weighed is pounds. It is Al White Coin. One a i he brought to the daily Banner o fico had 24 rows of kernels Aroun 1 it it and was slightly More than in i inches in circumference. Or. Nichols bought the farm a number of years ago and when asked How he was going to pay his taxes a Vil it was somewhat surprised. H a has Farmed it throughout his ownership and today the Field he is husking will run from 90 bushels per Acie i Down to a somewhat smaller figure the increase in Iho number of cae i bad far blk to r than Quot no would to Bank a of bang s i disease among the cows driving past the farm and looking of the county was commented upon a at it As it appeals to be an Ordinary this morning by Lowell Hamilton of Upland farm. However it is product the farm Security office in the a by a far in excess of the average up court House. His office is concerned land Corn Fie is As was demonstrated because of the number of cows when bands disease increase noted comment made by Lokeij Hamilton of farm Security office have the disease which Are a part the Security for Loans made to Putnam county Farmers. The cows them a selves do not die from bang a Dis 1 ease but three calves in succession. To which they give birth Are born lifeless and these offspring Are a part of the Security As Well As the mothers he said. The Security for the Loans made to the owners of the cows is thus affected. The disease is becoming More pro Valent in the belief of or. Hamilton. I i he tells Farmers who ask him for suggestions that they should sell the infected cows which is permitted by Ira. The affected cows Are not in Good Marketan e condition becoming emaciated by the disease but they have Tome Selling value and should be disposed of he said. It is infectious. Being cribbed. A today a weather 0 and a local temperature fair tonight and tuesday not so Cool tonight warmer tuesday. A a minimum. 26 6 a. A. 26 7 a. A. 27 8 a. A. 32 9 a. A. 33 10 a. A. 4. 11 a. A. 46 12 noon. 46 1 p. A. 50 2 p. A. 50
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