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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - September 11, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaMe Wea thib i a do Awn h. A the daily Banner a it Waves for ally 0 4p 4 the Home news 4 unit ii press service a 4 la a grotty seven Ishmen arrive at University or enrolment is Indi l Lam Mukk of new a a students greets parents represent Jwia it w he in will tonight and William Fife sch Speaks tor students ready for orientation and upperclassmen ready for i appeared on the Depauw Una Etc Campus yesterday and today. Enrolment is indicated by i jumper of new students who had to find rooms in town out a pie dormitories. Complete Fig a ill not be available however i after registration Friday. A station week started today a now enough to give the a men time to get acquainted the Campus and Greencastle. Jct la of the University welcomed Lew students to Depauw this Moon in traditional Meharry i after president Clyde e. Wild i had greeted their parents at an or meeting. By dinner time the Minen had conferred with their by Counselor they belonged to ups segregated according to Mastic interests and the men of class of 1943 had taken physical urination. Tonight is College night in me i Hall. Professor Jerome Hix 111 represent the faculty and Pam Welch �?T40, Wil speak for the Lent body in a program designed acquaint the freshmen with col tradition and opportunities s Jeanne Buss. 38, will Lead Colli songs. Jne new feature of orientation i will occupy part of tuesdays schedule. This is a series a placement tests in French Ger and Spanish for All students is expect to continue the same Lan a for which they have receive i k school credit. Another 1939 Inis the two of clock Recheal period for Usan with space Rei on the Tennis courts the tic Field and in the gymnasium a a ports. Liter a Day of English placement i. Physical examinations lectures i the use of the University Library of outs for freshman football and e University band and various Kings for both men and women sorrow night the new students i Call at fraternity and sorority s to begin the 1939 Rushing sea wednesday and thursday will see e repetition of Many of these a Tiea for other groups continued thing and final checks on fresh schedules in preparation for itry tion Friday. All classes will t for half sessions saturday and a regular University program of will begin next week. Indiana monday skin to blk in no. 275 College inn Marks opening of thirty first year of business monday september 11, marked the opening of the 31st year of business for the College inn in Greencastle. The 30th anniversary Date was last March 22. The inn was first opened by mrs. Elizabeth Eppinghausen of Chicago in 1906. The location then being on Walnut Street. The College inn has been in its present building at 26 North Vine Street for 31 years and War operated by mrs. B. L. Ward Mother of the misses Emadine and Elizabeth Ward. Since the death of mrs. Ward in 1924 the inn has been operated by miss Emadine Ward. All food is purchased prepared and served under the personal supervision of miss Ward. The inn has employed a Large number of College students As waiters Many of whom Are now prominently known. Miss Ward stated that during the past 30 years some four Hundred students had been employed. Sons and daughters of ski Lynian ill be principal speaker College Ami Wesley foundation Din Nek to be held thursday Many formerly employed at the inn Are now attending Depauw. During banquet meetings at the inn a number of honorary fraternities and sororities have been organized. Among them Are Sigma Delta a Chi Kappa Tau Kappa Delta Zeta and Alpha Omicron i. A number of the it eople in Greencastle have been continuous patrons throughout these years. Among celebrities who have been guests at the inn were the late Warren g. Harding sex president of the United states who was a guest of Henry of hair while on a visit in Thor City. Others included a former Vic president. Thomas r. Marshall Excenator James e. Watson and Jack Hatfield movie actor in Hollywood. Allol the College presidents also have patronized the College inn. The College inn reopened today after having been closed for redecorating and remodelling during the summer months. Greencastle Arin in Floii township is City school one of list Structure sin county opened today increase of 42 Over first Jay of last year 1,435 enter increase no i unexpected All pupils Dis minus by 11 o clock actual Caw to k will get underway tuesday Mccoy is appointed University doctor i to first Depauw faculty meet i of the new school year was held a Day Moi Ling in the adm Nistra -1 building. New members of the ing staff were introduced and t routine business of getting the tauter underway was discussed. President Wildman announced that George a. Mccoy had been a muted acting University physician a take the work of the late or. C. 1 Obrien. Or. Mccoy began this Ping to give freshmen physical to nations he was assistant to r o Brien last year. A the faculty also took action in the Atter of thanksgiving vacation and 1 with president Roosevelt a tarnation set the vacation sched up one week making it begin y. November 22 instead of wember 29th and closing monday of Weber 27 instead of december 4. President Clyde e. Wildman of Depauw University will be the principal speaker at the College and Wesley foundation dinner at the annual Indiana conference of the methodist Church thursday in Indianapolis. The program for the conference which will be held wednesday through sunday at the Broadway methodist Church includes the names of other people connected with Depauw. Or. Wildman will present an address to the four Hundred people expected at the dinner on a what is Christian education a the reverend Howard c. Taylor of Bloomington formerly minister of the Gobin memorial Church is Toast master at the dinner. There will be a special table reserved for Depauw alumni. Elmer Harvey associate minister of the Broadway Church is a Depauw graduate of 1933. Rev. Richard m. Millard minister of the Church has a son who is a Sophomore at the University. Professor c. Edmond Jarvis who teaches voice in the music school of Depauw will present a sacred concert saturday evening. He will sing Bizet so a Agnus Dei a Tschaikowsky so a Pilgrim a song a and other sacred numbers. Depauw alumni who will participate in the program Are or. C. T. Alexander. �?T20. Who will Lead a symposium sunday evening on a the Christian Hospital in action a the reverend Ottis t. Martin �?T08, of Warsaw and the reverend Guy g. Fouling to in Oil two republicans to meet thursday county tax adjustment Board meets will be in session at least two Days and possibly three John Sinclair is Veteran to review All proposed budgets of county City of Greencastle and school boards Hunner will be server at Turkey run inn sponsored by editors Diana Polis livestock h ,8 receipts 9,000. Holdover 280 25 cents lower 160-240 lbs., �?o5-17.50 240-300 lbs. $7.35-57.45 Jbv a a $7.05-57.25 100-160 lbs., sows mostly $6.25-$7. 2100, calves 700 Market nin8 slow around 25 cents lower a Quot classes Early sales Good and a Leer 59.50-510.50 Early Helf sales 57.75-510 dealers $1.50 Low-t0p $10.50. 2,50o Lan it is 50-51 lower 1 soot and Choice $9.50-510. A we the undersigned and each of us having been duly appointed and elected members of the county Board of tax adjustment of Putnam county Indiana do hereby solemnly swear that we will support the Constitution of the United states and the Constitution of the state of Indiana and that we will honestly faithfully and impartially perform and discharge the duties of said Board of tax adjustment so help me these were the words that were repeated audibly by seven men who stood before Gilbert e. Ogles county auditor this morning with their right hands upraised As the opening ceremony of the session of the tax adjustment Board. However. Mayor James could not serve and he delegated Fred Starr a member of the Greencastle City Council to represent the City a interests in the deliberations of the Board. Having thus obligated themselves to support the two constitutions and to be honest and faithful and impartial in their work the seven men solemnly began their duties. They will scrutinize the 1940 budgets of the taxing units of Putnam county with the intention of reducing proposed tax levies if any of them appear to be too High. The members of the Board Are John Sinclair representing the county Council Frank e. Cooper from the county Board of education w. D. James As mayor of the largest City in the county Charles Lobdell of Floyd township Walter Kellar Jefferson township Ralph Cross Franklin township Lloyd Houck. Washington township. These last four were appointed by judge William m. Sutherlin of the Putnam circuit court. Or. Houck takes the place on the Board which was vacated by the resignation of Philip Hutcheson who is working with the soil one thousand four Hundred Anil thirty five Grade and High school students reported this morning for the opening session of the 1939-40 school year of the Greencastle consolidated schools according to an announce mint of Paul f. Boston Supori Nten Dent. This is an increase of 42 Over last years total. The increase in the total enrolment was not unexpected As several new families have moved into the Community this summer. Several students Are yet to report and the j total figures Are expected to be still higher when stabilized enrolment i will be taken on Friday. Friday september 15. Is the Dat set by the state department for offi spec Cial enrolment reports. School activities today were limited to such routine matters As registration distribution of Supply lists and election of programs in the High school department. Except for a few problems of congestion in certain Grade rooms and the usual conflict in a few High school programs the work of organization ran smoothly today. The first Day enrolment by buildings was As follows Maple Heights boys 22 girls 22 total 44. Mary Emma Jones boys 115 girls. 107 total 222. Delilah Miller boys 123 girls 108 total 231. Martha Ridpath boys 116 girls 113 total 229. Junior senior h. S. Boys 342 , 367 total 709. Total boys 718 total girls grand total 1435. Quot her father built it so she and her Little children could live near Hirn while her husband was the this was the Way Tom Flint former Greencastle merchant and now living on his farm West of Brick Cha Pel Tol i of the construction of a Little Cabin which once Stock so near the Sanford Lane log Homestead in Floyd township that it could be to have been in the front Yard of the Lane Home place. The Little a Ibi i is put up during the Early civil War period and it has Long since Lis appeared from its site. It had no floor and wan rudely made but it was a Haven of safety for the Young wife and Mother whose h us ban 1 was in the Union army fighting in the Quot j South and on whose account thedfo j and Mother had received a threaten i ing letter emanating from an armed organization which was anti Union in its sympathies and activities. The father of the Young woman was Sanford Lane and his married daughter Sarah whose husband was in the army was the wife of George Yvo. Flint and they were the parents of Tom Flint who however was not born until after the close of the War. George w. Flint has enlisted along with two Brothers of his wife and while or. Flint returned in safety from the army his two Brothers in Law died from wounds in the service. This Sanford Lane took up a Homestead from the government More than a Hundred years ago. On land overlooking the turbulent Little Stream to. Button Creek some say Tarburton which empties into big Wpm nut Creek a Short distance above Wildwood not far from the former or. Hopwood place. Sanford Lane built a log Cabin a Hundred years ago a id the big. Outside Stone Chimney and fireplace and a Small part of of the log Walls arc yet standing making the ruins one of the oldest a on 11 illicit i i it i or 1�?~ihiri hoi Ding out against nazi air attacks n i m e k o i s buildings in flames a result of hits by Hombs German tanks destroyed German troops encountering deadly fire by machine guns and rifles flies assert b u l l e tin new York sept. 11.�? up a the United states lines reported today that the freighter american shipper had rescued the Crew of the British Steamer Blair Logue which had been torpedoed in mid Atlantic. War in i Rich or. C. F. V0egelin returns to Campus or. C. F. Voegelin. Professor of anthropology at Depauw University has returned to Greencastle after a summer spent in linguistic research at the University of Michigan. He brought with him Willie Longbone a Delaware Indian who provided him with source material on songs and speech. The latter has returned to his tribe i i Oklahoma after several Budapest polish radio insists ? Warsaw defenders still hold out de repeated air raids constant artillery , civilians dig trenches erect barricades fighting to give main forces time to reorganize East of the Vistula Paris French troops smash All German counter attacks on Western front in bitter hand to hand fighting during night French Shock troop3 now operate at divisional strength. Preparations for War Cabinet continue finance ministry promulgates financial mobilization Laws. Poles in Paris organize legion to fight for Homeland. Berlin germans claim two polish divisions trapped West and South of Warsaw predict City s speedy fall after encirclement of Reich armies Hitler views reign troops in combat with poles from airplay in. Germans begin naval action to subdue Gdynia. Polish port isolate d since Danzig a fall. 717 a London British tighten control of sea and dig in for Long War. Admiralty speeds preparations to con Voy All Allied merchant shipping. Official quarters and press reiterate that there can be no thought of peace until Reich troops withdraw from Poland. Rome press supports government attempt to form Balkan peace is ii temperature drop welcomed by All Berlin sept. 11. Up the German High command reported to Lay that the first great Battle of the i polish War was reaching a a a decisive i Point in the Warsaw and Radom Sec a lors of a 250-mile Semi circular i front. de 11a Ink All Short j London self 11. Up the age brought about drying Exchange Telegraph a a cop Char a of past he grass correspondent reported i today that the Berlinsky Aften Avis said that a German warship had been blown up by a floating mine off Trel Leborg. Housekeepers of Putnam county went on a search for the extra blankets last night and the additional covers were welcomed by the members of the households even if they the blankets smelled of Moth re Pellante. The temperature reached its Nadir j its lowest Point since the record for the 1938-39 Winter was closed months ago. The daily banners thermometer recorded 46 degrees at 5 and 6 of clock this morning and that was the lowest of the season. 1 by considerable. The chilliness of the air became not a ice ahle Early sunday afternoon and widest Kracl �?o&Quot"1 resistance to the if or Mann f i to i. I it 1. A in i l ,. . Permit much loafing on lawns or along the Creek Banks. I Horta the azores. Sept. 11-i up the British ship Gar Tavon was and sunk in the Atlantic by a submarine members of her Crew reported today when they arrived Here on the swedish Steamer Casto Quot. The Castor carried 24 survivors. London. Sept. 11 up the greatest Battle of the German polish War began developing today on a front of More than 250 Miles. The poles were starting their first there was a persistent Breeze which by morning was coming out of the East Laden with a suggestion of Frost somewhere. However the rising of the Sun brought a ten degree Rise of the germans from pol Tusk on the Bug River 30 Miles northward of Warsaw along an irregular line through Warsaw s outskirts to Lodz a id then along a jagged line to Sand Mierz and Cracow. A German communique admitted Quot fierce hitherto polish fighting had been confined to delay Mercury so that by 7 of clock this no actions at a trat Chic Points Cov morning the Reading was 56. And the drink withdrawal of main holies temperature seemed to be on its Way had not initiated general to a More seasonable Point. Concerted resistance. Tho continued shortage of rainfall t bloc launches Campaign designed to Laa brought about a drying of Pas i Budapest sept 11. Up prevent Small Neutral nations from becoming involved in hostilities by Aerial violations of their territory Mussolini sits tight. Indicating no change in neutrality stand. Moscow tension caused had Republican leaders party workers and office holders of the sixth District will attend a meeting at 7 30 o clock thursday evening sept. 14. At Turkey Sun inn. The meeting is sponsored by the Republican editors conservation Board Anil could not a he j e american legion auxiliary a Clodt 1 a regular session at 8 boil Eli evening at the of the sixth District and is in the nature of a Booster and planning session for the g. O. P. 14-40 round up a at the state fair grounds september 23. A Fried Chicken dinner will be served in the main dining room at 6 30 of clock and a program will Fol Low. James Benham editor of the Terre haute Star is chairmen of the meeting and will serve As toastmaster. Republican candidates for governor will be introduced As will officers of the state committee and state Republican clubs. Byron Janes District chairman mrs. Cecil Harden vice chairman Nolan Wright state chairman of Young republicans and Quot red a Mas on of the american legion will be on the program for Short talks. Edwin v. O Neal president of the Indiana Republican editorial association will report on his associations activities toward party Harmony. Noble j. Johnson congressman of the sixth District will speak and John d. Hughes executive Secretary of the state Young republicans will outline the plans for the g. O. P. "14-40 tickets for the dinner May be had by notifying w. B. Hargrave of the Rockville Republican at Rockville ind., or the county chairman. Lake time from that work for the tax adjustment Board duties. The tax adjustment Board will be in session at least two Days and pos on 11 nerd on a Nae four Days visit in Greencastle he will a Dit ional mobilization eases City quiet probably return to the Campus in the a after government explains military Spring for further work on Indian moves Are purely precautionary due words. To polish German conflict having this Type of direct Contact with the a assumed wider More threaten Indian himself is one phase of or. Eng Voegelin work which is done under Bucharest Rumania doubles the auspices of the Indiana historical i defense fore. S. Fearing danger of be society. The other phase is first eng drawn into War if Hungary and hand study of the historic Indian Bulgaria attempt to regain territory document. Walum Olum of the Del i i St by them to Rumania after 1914-Ware tribe. This consists of Small ipg Hosit Litsios rumanian watch pictures painted in red on four inc soviet military activities apprehend Sticks of Wood it is rather Dike a ively. Heroic poem with each stick repro i Ottawa with Canada formally setting a verse. The meaning of each want with Germany parliament Symbol used in the pictures must be memorized. In a summer Misiul of time Magazine a Story was published concerning Willie in Ngone and his connection with or. Voegelin s research at Ann Harbor. Or. Voegelin also released other publicity stories and articles with reference to his work at Michigan and Depauw. Ture grass and of Corn both of them Warsaw a stations assorted today earlier than the Farmers want them. That the capital waa Holdin amp Oul the pastures Are Browning and Are a inst a terrific attack by German not furnishing the food Supply that artillery and air planes the livestock usually enjoy even As 1,10 cry withstood 14 air raids by late As this in the season. 70 German bom Bing planes sunday the Corn is not yet ready for Frost r was asserted and 15. German but it is drying nevertheless. Early l�?Tl1008 were reported shot Down Inis farther advanced than the i eluding five which crashed in the president resumes personal command expected to Call special session of Congress late this week Washington sept. 11 up a president Roosevelt returns to Washington today to reassure personal command of his neutrality policy. He is expected1 to Call a special session of Congress to revise the neutrality Law late this week. Or. Roosevelt left Hyde Park n. Y., where he spent the week end. Last night. He arrives this morning. Authoritative sources said the special session Call would go out before the end of the week. They did not specify the Day upon which Congress would Convene but indicated october 2, was considered Likely. Or. Roosevelt has declared that he would summon Congress before the continued on Pune tto a the Putnam county tuberculosis association will meet tuesday september 12. At 12 of clock at the College inn. 20 years ago in Greencastle Fred Todd sex trustee of Floyd township sold his farm and will remove to a farm near Mcallen. Texas. Judge James p. Hughes sold ills farm known As the Hughes family Home p acc. On the Cloverdale Road to James Ferrell of Talbott. Judge Hughes had just purchased the former Peck farm South of the National Road. Or. And mrs. Frank Vaughn attended the funeral of Clay Bowen in Indianapolis. Charles Kelley and daughter la clue returned from St. Receives War budget heavy taxation increases anticipated plans for conscription not yet advanced. Washington president Roosevelt returns from Hyde Park to assume personal command of neutrality plans special session of Congress to revise neutrality Law president extends arms embargo to Canada. Administration intensifies efforts to prevent food Price rises and to discourage profiteering. Moscow russian newspapers say defeat of Poland assured explain partial mobilization of reserves As move to defend soviet polls Frontier against polish forces should they attempt to flee across Border tension eased Here after government says military Steps Are purely precautionary. Com other varieties and the dryness of the air and soil is not hurting it As much As the later sorts Are being Hurt. Farmers who have depended upon Spring branches for water for their livestock Are having to haul water or move their Stock to the Vicinity of pumps. Some Wells Are failing along with the Springs. One Farmer at least is having a Well drilled to replace a dug Well which he Recto foil has furnished a sufficient sup it t of a nuts Ltd in Zitur two i suit is filed against Railroad infant son of Reeve Moklan was killed by train july 9 or. T. M. O Brien May become partner if present plans Are carried out. Or. T. M. Of Brien of Clayton will become a partner for the practice of Medicine with his Uncle or. A m. Of Brien taking the place in the partnership which was held by the late or. C. B. O Brien. Or. T. M. O Brien has been in the practice of Medicine fifteen years being of about the same ago of the late or. C. B. Of Brien and graduating at about the same time from medical school. The Louis where office in the Alamo building will be they had bought their store. Merchandise for j retained for the new partnership As now planned. Reeve More an today filed suit in the Clay circuit court against the new York Central and Cleveland. Cincinnati. Chicago and St. Louis Railroad co. For $2,999.00 damages costs etc., for the death of his infant son. Kennetn Dale More an 19 months old. It was stated in the complaint prepared by Courtland c. Gillen attorney of Greencastle. That on july 9, 1939, the plaintiff went to town about 8 30 a. M. To buy groceries and left the infant son with his wife. Soon after the baby wandered onto City. Numerous buildings were in flames the Warsaw station said As the i result of hits by five German bombs. Two German tanks were destroyed when polish infantry made a Strong stand at one Point 30 Miles from Warsaw it was said. It was admitted that polish troops continued to retire slowly but poles said the germans at present were unable to make important gains. All civilians left in the capital area aided in digging trenches and otherwise strengthening defences particularly along a line in the suburbs several Miles West of the City reports said. The radio reports indicated that Strong Trench systems and tank traps were now being constructed for a last stand i. German troops the poles asserted were encountering a deadly fire by machine guns and rifles from All possible Points including roof tops and windows and it was asserted that at some Points the germans were compelled to retire. Tho burgomaster of Warsaw in a it co Killuim to on la like tour 0 today a weather a @ and a local temperature <9 partly Cloudy and not so Cool tonight tuesday mostly Cloudy and the Railroad track and was killed by a warmer possibly showers in extreme a big four locomotive. The plaintiff states that the Point where the baby wandered onto the Railroad is visible for a mile or More from the East and the Engineer in charge could have seen the baby at least half a mile away in time to have stopped the train. Instead it is stated a the wilfully ran his train against and Over the child killing the family lived thirty feet South of the i times. Northwest portion. Minimum 46 6 a in 46 7 a. A. 56 8 a. A 63 9 a. M. 69 10 a. A. 73 11 a. A. 78 12 noon. 78 1 p m. 79 2 p. A. 79
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