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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - September 14, 1939, Greencastle, Indiana0 it nit weather and warm the daily Banner k rms a qty seven gift Waves for ally 0t 4-4-4 4 40 4 a 1.1, the Home news 4 United i service 4 04444 4 4 4 0 Ibex Nch Asije Indiana Tell Ruday 14, 11k1��. No. 278 Ontha band 0nti�11i�?� now Britain examining a an shuts for car s going to Germany Call at fort a a 10 War in Brief Berlin army High command announces Warsaw is surrounded claims get Man capture of 60.000 polish troops including several generals at Rad Ltd propaganda m n Stry plans violent Campaign against Britain. Paris Stormy weather slows Western front fighting to artillery duels heavy German guns go into i action in Saa Bruecken and Stras a Eddrel to Transfer part of j a Jour sectors. Activity to scandinavian coun London British tighten Contr Apea to Lake Purchase a band control exam nations include 1 american cargoes polish Rad casts a Don sept. 1 up Admi Clos Rilje terrific bombardment of of gift evils to Lay said Liat they confirmation of dutch renal the Herman liner Remen opted italian nationality and Kodad fur an italian port. Nd0.v sept. 14.�? up a great swiftly tightening its new and control takes of the 11� 14-1916 War Block examining american and Neutral ships might be cargoes to Germany it was known today. Ural ships had been a a invited �?�11 at designated ports in the i Isles and at both ends of the Rancan for examination. Lay the ministry of information de Hile a no american ships have sided a few american ships been taken in for examination St is impossible to state the num at any Given flier the ministry had announce hat the steamship Black Osprey York 5.589 tons owned by Black Diamond lines had been n into Weymouth september 6 might now proceed to its Ces tion. Its cargo having been oxen polish cities by German fliers. Vatican City Pope Pius Xii indicates time not opportune for new peace overtures but pontiff tells now belgian ambassador he will exert his utmost efforts to restrain belligerents to humane warfare. Moscow official soviet news Agency says polish air forces violate russian Frontier reports four polish planes with Crews totalling 15 men forced Down on russian soil by soviet fliers. Bucharest reports from Poland indicate Hitler if German troops succeed in taking Lemberg Lwow will make City capital of German controlled polish ukrainian state further advancing Germany s March to the East. Washington demands for anti profiteering legislation increase As Congress prepares to meet september 21 to consider neutrality measures Roosevelt asks Cabinet for inventory of National resources could be used in event of National emergency. Well known cl0verdale Man expired Jesse Jack Dies at Russellville Home Jacob Morrison dil it the Home of is daughter mrs. Oliver. Jones father of county clerk w a one of oldest residents of his part of Putnam county would i Lavo been 95 sunday j Jacob Morrison who would have. Been 95 years old next sunday died i wednesday evening at the Home his daughter. Plenty or sugar to Stop Price boosting and hoarding of sugar president Roosevelt has lifted importation quotas up to 800,Coo Short tons. But dealers say there s plenty in the country. Here s a new York warehouse full. Explained that the ships test contained some 400 items this caused delay me of the cargo consisted of covered by the contraband animation Quot the ministry said it was not fully established that any was the destination and As themselves proved unit in Quantity none of the cargo ministry announced that the of the steamship Gro Enlo tons of Amsterdam had been As suspected contraband sept. Gro Enlo was detained at the is Quot the ministry said. A it was to be carrying a cargo con to Dusseldorf Germany the contraband coif Muttee at meeting. Ordered the carve of 1 As suspected contraband. In vessel was then sent into for its cargo to be unloaded. As r As unloading has been compleat the ship will be released and in course the seizure will come up a prize a United press dispatch from ram Netherlands said that Biff Netherlands liners Nieuwe t team and pen land had not d Thor it on scheduled times Way and that it was believed j were being held at the Downs is off the Kentish coast of rotarians have interesting talk bund grocer and seeing Eye dog entertain members and their wives about 75 rotarians and their wives j j heard a Blind grocer from Indiana j Olis at one of the Best meetings held i by that organization at the Presby j Terian Church last evening. The rotarians had that Blind Man and his seeing Eye dog As a part of their ladles night program. Berlin Caldwell and his dog Alco furnished a very interesting program. For approximately fifteen minutes or. Caldwell talked to the .Lub members and their guests. Then he turned the program Over to questions and was met with a barrage of them for the next forty five minutes. Or. Caldwell told of the training received by the seeing Eye dogs so that they May be Able to see for the person whom they accompany. The dogs really go through some very intensive training before they a Are first introduced to the Man who a May become their master and Friend for life. When they have received in j Ough training they Are carefully studied As is the person desiring a seeing Eye dog. Then they pick out a dog Tomt they feel might fit the persons need and introduce him to his possible master by putting them in a room together and letting them get acquainted. For a period of about a month the it no a. For search. It was report j dog and master go places together at Rotterdam. That dispatch said i under constant watching eyes of the t More than 100 ships were instructor. Reactions arc studied and if the two seem to be fitted to be turned out together the seeing Eye dog and the Blind Man Are turned out the dog to be the Blind Man s eyes. The meeting was considered on. Of the most successful ladies night meetings held by the rotarians in several years. Registration for classes begins Friday registration for the 1959-40 first semester s classes will begin at de Pauw University at eight of clock tomorrow when the first freshman walks into Bowman gyn Maium. After final coaching today by his faculty adviser he will have the entire morning to sign up for courses anal fill in important office records. Meanwhile formal sorority Rush started today with teas at All women s houses this afternoon and formal parties tonight. Fraternity Rush continues until noon sunday. Seniors will have first Choice of upper class courses when they Register it 1 00 p. M. Tomorrow. Juniors will follow them at 2 00 and sophomores at 3 00. Any late registrants May appear it 3 30. After registration All students interested in applying for National youth administration will meet with Dean g. Herbert Smith. No Relief promised by Weatherman at eight it it a Jim in tills morning it w is two dog re is w \ Roeii the a n wednesday kills vitality of the Corn Only Flowers of most liar Sporles Are surviving pastures continue to suffer from dry air of ant1 her husband or. J Ami mrs. Oliver Jones West of clo Verdale. Or. Morrison was one of j the old. At residents of his part of 1 Putnam county born two Miles South of Hir own farm Home was East of the Home of or. And mrs. Jones. He had been with his daughter and her husband several years going there when his health failed and it became necessary for him to Havo care. A Banner reporter visited or. Morrison shortly before the recent Centennial Celebration at Cloverdale. And found him be fast but Happy j enjoying to the utmost the company i and care of his daughter mrs. Jones j and with his mind entirely Clear. He talked at that time of Days Long i gone. Mrs. Morrison died nine years ago and the Day of her burial was the 60th anniversary of her marriage to or. Morrison was an event of the year 1870. Or. Morrison became a member of the Doe Creek primitive Baptist Church West of Cloverdale when he was advanced in life. He was the father of Komer Morrison clerk of the Putnam circuit court William Morrison former postmaster at Cloverdale Hubert Morrison in business in Greencastle mrs. Jones with whom he has recently lived mrs. Louie Greenlee of Park county mrs. Allie Cubit. Buffalo. N. Y. Mrs. Ethyl Gray of Washington. D. C. Another son Louis is not Liv a Csc Jack. 72, died at his Home Southwest of Here at 6 40 p. M. Wednesday. He had suffered a stroke of paralysis last monday. Or. Jack was born in Parke county May 14, 1sg7. He married Nancy i Wagner who , on oco. 27 1897. He was a member of the Christian Church at Portland i Mills. Surviving besides the widow Are a son Carl Jack Long Beach Cal a sister mrs. Ellen Mcbride Russellville two Grandc Oddren Earl an Ltd Mayo Jack Long Beach and i daughter in Law mrs. Alva Jack Long Beach. Funeral services will be held at the residence at 2 of clock Friday of residents saddened by Sidden death mrs. Nellie Stoner passed wat wednesday afternoon at her Home deaths \ severe Shock funeral services will to held at Gobin memorial Church saturday morning at 10 o clock Many residents of Greencastle and Putnam county were saddened late wednesday by word of the death of mrs. Nellie Stoner at her Home at Spanish a Day to in served local Camp 1 o celebrate 25th anniversary on sep Tegt Iber Twenty it l Kwh it it no search in the Downs. 1,0 ministry of information naval Itlen a a in a statement last a to St enforcement of control of Jetral nylo entitled the British it to halt merchantmen on the a to determine their Char of am occupation. 1 usual practice it was said j 1 be to Hoard u merchant ship mir Ltd to papers but that when we a impracticable owing to the Aller other reasons a Neutral 1 might be taken to Harbor for purpose. Ll0 statement recalled that in the a n the United states protested is i his practice was con-1 until Quot eventually Neutral ves fund it Conven knt to make vol Al i p Iti Ter the of submitting to Examina i contraband of 1 a Ouw of Hrit inh Trade restrict russian Trade delegation r Quot idled to Transfer part of its a Quot a to the scandinavian Cousin order to make necessary Pur in or through Neutral coun 1 1 m quarters snid that the a Law commercial not political. Quot of i it was said that Brit us were refusing delivery of and cargoes had been Quot bad been held up in British a including cargoes of rubber k a it was reported that the legation had protested in Quot i a a Ruar two i or. Wii l m an to speak in Dayton or. Clyde e. Wildman president of Depauw University will be guest speaker at the Grace methodist Church at Salem Avenue and Harvard Boulevard in Dayton Ohio sunday. September 17. Or. Wildman will address the congregation of the Church on a the thirst of the Providenc e c Hurch Home coming sunday the new Providence Church South of my. Meridian will hold its annual Home coming and All Day meeting sunday september 17th. The Rev Gilbert Mccammack will be in charge. Other speakers will appear of the program throughout the Day. The announcement of the Observance of Spanish War Day at the state soldiers Home North of Lafayette october 1. Caused the moving to an earlier Date of the Twenty fifth anniversary Observance by the local Camp of the United Spanish american veterans , originally was planned for october 1. For that reason the local Camp of these former soldiers and the auxiliary of that Camp will have their anniversary exercises sunday september 24. The gathering will be at the Home of or. And mrs. Walter evens West of this City. At 3 o clock the program will Sturt. And it will be followed by a Welner roast supper Anil some additional program. Those attending Are asked to take sufficient weiners for themselves and any other food desired with table service. Coffee will be served by the Camp. At the soldiers Home october 1. The veterans and their families Are expected to be present by 10 of clock in the Forenoon. Dinner will be free at the Home it is announced. There will be speaking and music in the afternoon. Retreat will be sounded at 4 o clock. A a it a 82 now a said the Man at the North Madison Street station of the Northern Indiana Power company where the daily banners self registering and very accurate thermometer does its work. That conversation happened at 8 o clock this morning. Yesterday the same Man and the same thermometer said it was a just 8c,�?� at 8 of clock. So. Folks today started at least two degrees warmer than yesterday started. The actual Zenith of the temperature record yesterday came it 2 o clock when 191 was the Reading. That Point has been reached before i this season Bui. This time. Ioc so Mcd hotter than 100 did the other time. De Beason whose farm is near new Maysville Northeast of Bain Bridge said today his Corn crop has at her been pushed to it it maturity too fast and some of the Grain will be Chaffy hut. Even at that he says he will have a Good crop and it will a of Good Quality. The dry hot weather has actually killed the vitality in the Corn ahead of time so that it really died a on its he said. Or. Reason has an Upland farm and raises hybrid Corn on it. Pastures continue to suffer from the dry air. Blue grass is being killed in patches in both lawns and farm Fields. Some of the less desirable kinds of grass arc showing More vitality than the Blue grass it is said. Sprinkling lawns at night has helped hut. Usually the most Benefit is shown by the undesirable a a Crowfoot grass and the Orchard grass rather than the better kinds of Lawn grass. Only the Flowers of the most Hardy species Are surviving the dryness. To croon with the Rev. Or. Hartling i 100 Bloomington Street. Her death n charge. Interment will be made in i 1 a uric 1 soon after noon. It was Russellville cemetery. I cause 1 by illness began More j than a year ago and caused i her to resign from her position on the Board of trustees of the Putnam county Hospital after serving mos. Efficiently for a term and a half. Her j physical condition caused her relatives and friends much concern and sin had Lee ived the most solicitous care especially by her son Simpson and his wife but that her death was imminent was not thought of by them or her friends. It was a very severe Shock to them. I s. Stoner s birth occurred in Indianapolis november 16. 1878. Her parents were Henry and Katharine Koessler both of whom were Well _ known in this Community during j their lifetime but she by her rear i Ridge became a member of a family Lias been closely connected j with both the economic and the to Cial life of the county through Sev i eral generations. Her husband was arc to have recreational pjs pm r a a Christian e similar to that in Greencastle this summer. The Cloverdale recreational activ-1 cities will be sponsored by the Ameri i can legion Hurst Collins pout no. I recreation a programs set in in towns Al Nollia Elk Ulo Ludale to have handicraft work and rms Cal Attl 111e> sponsored by legion Post reread Mal boards announced As programs Are Yim Hii to in Putnam county towns according to an announcement received from Kenneth Smith Putnam county recreational sup my. Sor loth Cloverdale and ruse i ii there Are thirteen grandchildren. Or. Morrison was the last of a Largo family. Funeral services for or. Morrison will be held saturday afternoon at 2 of clock from the Reed funeral. I Board Are Elmer Finney Hersche l friends of or. 11iit set i of Keller. K. S. We 281 and will be located at the american legion Home. The of us on monday september 18 and jul consist of a Complete Wood working shop with Over $200 Worth of equipment. The shop will be available from the Start As the equipment is installed. The program will aug consist of handicraft work and physical activities. On the Cloverdale recreational Home in Cloverdale. Morrison May Call there at any time before the time for the services. Stoner whose death occurred m 1927. Her parents removed to Limedale when the daughter was seven or ight years old. And her Home was there until she became a he wife of or. Stoner. They lived on their farm Southwest of Greencastle until they removed to Greencastle in 1926. Mrs. Stoner was devoted to the better things of life. She was a Mem her of the country Reading .Lub whose activities were largely in the Community near her country Home and she was also a member of the Domestic science .Lub the it. Give foreign missionary society the Gobin memorial methodist Church Hurst Tom Keller e. S. Walters and the bib e ,.lub of that Church am he Vii ii Rogers. Woman s league of the Gobia at Russellville there will also be Church a handicraft and physical activities mrs. Stoner was the i program. The recreation Board Here was my my or i a a. Quot. A a so Masou k. Stoner of to mls Marvu la Lull a made up 01 w Welch we a a a it a Robert Bottoroff fl1 1 a j o Munn ,. A. In of Villa expired Hiim mind fineral services will by held Friday afternoon at the Home i Compton Vernon Gardner j puck cock and j. Mcgaff. Orville Mother of of Greencastle san Mateo Calif. She also has a sister mis. Katherine Steeg Greencastle Anu one grandson the son of mrs. Botto Roff. Funeral services will be held at the Gobin memorial Church saturday morning at 10 of clock in charge i of or. C. Howard Taylor of mrs. Mary p. Vaughn age 87 i both Cloverdale and Huss Colvil e big Nln ton and or. C m Mcclure years a resident of Coatesville for will have extensive handicraft shop of the Gobin memorial Church the. Past 25 years died wednesday. With work in Metal tapping Cork a rec Astl. Interment will beat Vaughn work basketry Metal tooling Clay j Forest Hill cemetery. Vaughn. A molding Wood burning woodcarving. The Russellville program will be a ready to open in approximately ten Days. The program will be held in the Fred Mcgaughey building. A the present time the room is being redecorated. Both Cloverdale and Tussel Lvii Corn suffers from terrific heat wave by i nit my Pic Indiana looked Forward to another i Onul Nihil i it no in of two a i Moi a i it i and John a. Edwards. Danville grocer Horn East of Coatesville. Dropped dead on his farm South of Danville yesterday afternoon from heart trouble aggravated by tie excessive heat. , ind. Sept. 14. Up Quality of Hoosier Corn probably will suffer As a result of the heat wove but the crop yield will not be materially decreased. Purdue University agronomists said today. The crop is about two weeks in Advance of its usual stage As a result of a Good growing season. A t. Iwaneko head agronomist said. Little damage can be expected except to Lute maturing crops located mostly in Southern Indiana he said. Iwaneko predicted that pastures will suffer the most damage from the heat and soy Beans notable for drought resisting properties will suf pc Little. 20 years ago in Greencastle Home there. Mrs was the widow of Joseph l a civil War Veteran and prominent Farmer who preceded her in death 20 years ago. I. And mrs. Vaughn w re former residents of Putnam county living for Many years on their farm West of Stilesville on the National Road. Survivors Are two Brothers. Morris Foster who made his Home with Ner Foi a number of years and Trumbo Foster of Fillmore two nieces mrs. Arlie Reeves of Crown Center and mrs. Roy Phillips of Fillmore and Fine Nephew. Alva Foster of Belli Union. Funeral services for the Well known woman will he held Friday afternoon at 2 of clock from the Home in Coatesville to charge of the Rev. Gilbert Mccammack of Coatesville. Burial will be made in the Stilesville cemetery. Ieather work linoleum Block printing painting and raffia work available. Physical activities at both places i will consist of Archery volleyball shuffleboard table Tennis touch football boxing suction Dart games horseshoes checkers Badminton and Roque. Throughout the Winter there will be special events conducted from. Time to time. In the very near future there will be a Library established in each of the sul we mics caused session Al let a la Oimen in w Ere \ Factor c considered said Early nor Insil Washington. Sept. 14 up the White House said today that submarine activities and the sinking of the s. S. Athenia were factors considered by president Roosevelt in deciding to Issue a Call for a Quick j hpecia1 session of Congress. Or. Roosevelt yesterday summoned i Congress to Convene sept. 21. An Martha Contr. C7 a eels i i be Dies Quot a a Quot Lar it a 1, and booming 114.4 i. >1114. 1/14. I my Pricil to improve pros a Kok. Jome Kkt wins Eliom new Yolk meet1nu mrs. Huber Ellis and children were visiting in kalg Utown. Or. And mrs. Charles Meikel re a Cei Ved announcement of the mar-1 Ridge of their Niece. Miss Katherine Kleinbub daughter of or. And mrs. Frank Kleinbub. Of Elwood. Prof. F. C. Tilden was in Indianapolis meeting with representatives from state universities the state superintendent of education and Hiram l. Jome of the department of economics at Depauw recently returned from new York where lie addressed the Centenary conference held in Honor of Henry George. American economist born in septem Teber 18j9. The title of or. Jome a address was Quot Henry George a lesson in Skibik is Mill Ite Eil i Dai afternoon from Ltd. U t it ii to i. Ill lit ii local Man 1n.ii in Kii i business appeared to improve prospects for an administration Victory in its demand for repeal of the arms embargo feature of the neutrality Law. White House Secretary Stephen t. Miss Martha Long age 55 years Early said in answer to a question died wed Tuduy Atic noon at j that european developments were a of clock at the Home of her father. Charles Long in Reelsville with whom she had made iter Home. She 0 0. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 been in Iii health for the past a today is weather 0 11 years. Miss Long Well known resident of Reelsville was a members of tin big Walnut Chapel Church. Survivors Are the father two Brothers Mack Long and Dennis Long birth of Reelsville four Sisters. While attempting to catch a horse mrs. Anna Akers of Knightsville in a pasture just North of the City mrs. Essie Altmiller of Poland. Mrs. Thursday morning Glenn Campbell i Jennie Price and mrs. Emma Akers of North College Avenue an employee both of Reelsville. Her Mother pre 0 and 0 local temperature 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 fair and continued warm tonight ceded her in death 11 years ago. Funeral services will be held Fri of Walter Campbell was thrown to the ground and was drug several feet from he suffered possible Day afternoon at 2 of clock from the county and City superintendents to j internal injuries. He was admitted big Walnut Chapel Church in charge prepare plans for the organization i to the Putnam county Hospital Foi of the Rev. Dallas Rissler. Burial of a new teachers .Lub for the state. A Ray and treatment. Will be in the Poland cemetery. My it iday. Minimum c a. A. 7 a. In. 8 a. M. 9 a. In. 10 a. A. 11 a. A. 12 noon 1 p a. O p a. 09 70 76 84 90 94 96 97 100 99

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