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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - September 15, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaIt it 44 the weather \ s 1 warm the daily Banner a it Waves for All �44 4 . The Home news 4 unit ii press her vice 4 0 4 0 Lamb of qty seven Greencastle Indiana Friday Seiz Tom blk i."�, 1�m9. No. 279 sunday for ulis. Jennings to h i Ltd thi i Suav Voiht at methodist Holt at w Arren Mcclirk in charge formerly on Locust Street Ullh her sister mrs. Heaven w8o w As Church worker Cral services will be held is n Ift Moon at 2 o clock in the go Jle Morial methodist Church for Jennie Jennings formerly of Castle whose death occurred at a methodist Home at w at ten a his a thursday night. The Rev. Pastor will be in charge he service. Burial will be in the try at Cloverdale. A a Jennings was a sister of mrs. A Heavenridge whose death of i March 21. 11138, and who also i Willow of a minister of the sadist Church. Mrs. Jennings id was the late Rev. W. H. Mrs. Jennings and mrs. Fur Edge resided Many years at South Locust Street in Green both were recognized As being the most zealous of the tat workers of the Community y participated in the Many a Tiv a of the Gobin memorial Church those activities forming the it pal interests of their lives. 78. Jennings went to the Metho Home at Warren subsequent to death of her sister. They had be it nost inseparable during the time j resided together its. Jennings is survived by one sew John t. Clark of Indiana hands May Call at the Mccurry Aal Home after saturday mom Sarah Ann Hicks expired thursday mrs. Sarah Ann Hicks age 86 years died thursday evening about 7 of clock at her Home in commercial place following an extended illness. Survivors Are two daughters mrs. Rebecca priest and mrs. Mattie Nealy both of Greencastle six grandchildren Charier Nealy Grover Nealy Charles Whitt Mae Kendall. Pauline Patterson and Ralph Nealy and eleven great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held sunday afternoon it 1 30 of clock from the Shannon funeral Home in charge of the Rev. E. F. Singhurse pastor of the Nazarene Church burial will be made in Little Walnut cemetery. Friends May Call at the Home in commercial place. Methodist Church sen ice impressive Memi inks an1 friends i King summer months Siam Kkt Knyfd Edfords Start twentieth year be been in same Block since coming from Fillmore Gobin memorial methodist Church cognizant of the fact that numbers and friends who have been away during the summer months Are now Home and will be attending the services of the Church As Well As hundreds of students enrolled in Depauw University has planned a most impressive worship service for sunday september 17 at 10 40 a. M. Rev. C. M. Mcclure will speak on a is religion an elective in the University of life a Arthur Pittenger who attended the Amsterdam conference during the summer will read the scripture lesson. A Large Church choir under the direction of or. Van Denman Thompson will provide spec Ial music. Other services of the Day will in-1 elude Church school at 9 30 a. M. Prof. F. C. Tilden will resume his War in Uriel nazi goal this View shows part of polish capital of Warsaw where polish defenders have withstood German attacks for Many Days. Here is the Broad sweep of the Vistula River Down which flowed Poland s Inland Commerce to her newly built seaport of Gdynia in Danzig Harbor. Paris French attack in consid Erable Force in Sierck sector of Wes to n front also report considerable gains in Saar sector official communique reports first German prisoners taken by French. French and j British fleets stall widespread search for Mother ships of German submarines. Berlin army High command ounces German troops push into heavily fortified polish zone in Brest Litovsky area Gateway to cast Poland. Nazis reportedly favor Moscow proposals to incorporate Ukraine and Belo Russia in u. S. S. R. London British negotiate with neutrals including Italy regarding War time contraband policy an-1 ounce Convoy system operates with increased efficiency while anti-sub-1 Marine War continues British and French negotiate for establishment of provisional czech government. Washington democrats be j Lieve president will persuade con i Giess to repeal neutrality act Arm Mii Bargo opponent. And supporters j of neutrality statutes prepare for a vigorous debate on americans pos tion. Evacuating Are As across the Frontier a germans fear French and British air raid it is rumoured germans blow up Bridge gendarmerie and customs posts were withdrawn to Luxembourg Side of destroyed Bridge new attendance record expected democratic editorial association meeting at French lick French lick Springs ind., sept. 15. A new attendance record at Indiana democratic editorial association banquets will doubtless be set Here saturday night when Paul v. Mcnutt Federal Security administrator and presidential aspirant addresses the group George d. Critten Berger president predicted today. Crittenberge Anderson ind., pub Lisher estimated participants at the place As teacher of the men s Loye fast Wuu exceed the previous Ltd r a. Rte a Assn trill in t finer class. The men will meet in their accustomed place in East College i i. D. E. A. Mark of 1,250 by several or. C. D. W. Hildebrand will address the student group in Meharry Hall the Hundred. In order that the Antici a rated overflow crowd can hear or. Mcnutt the French lick Springs on Quot youth looks at religion. 1 a j hotel Public address system will be three ladies classes meeting in the. A Zoc carry his voice into the Sanctuary will Combine As one class for the remainder of the month. Prof. Reid Winsey who spent the summer in Europe will speak this Ith Almeda Pitchford now at the sunday and prof. Jerome Hixson the Pitchford store is entering will speak sunday september 24th. Sunday is promotion Day in the Church school and scores of boys and girls will be advanced to higher a lasses. Promotion certificates will twentieth year of business in &Quot.Castle. It was Twenty years ago a that the Pitchford s opened r first store Here after having de a general store in Fillmore first going into business Here Pitchford had a women a dry Xis and notions store. This Dur it the first eight years was in the in which Frank Gillmore had rated a similar business for 28 a is. This Saleroom was in where present Provo store is now. R the next five years Pitchford shy shop was operated from a 5kkn one d or West of the first of business. In june id. A. Pitchford a moved toe old Banner location when. Have been for the past seven Hwi Pitchford took Over the Stoml and has been operating it since. Under her expert ability store a become one of the ii this City and has wearing Ira a which rivals that found in by of the finest shops in larger main lobby. Or. Mcnutt will speak at 8 30 p. M. Crittenberge said the banquet program would be arranged to permit Indiana a favorite son to utilize the 45 minutes radio time allotted by station wire Indianapolis. Activities at the association meeting will be covered by the station from 12 to 12 30 saturday noon. The several attend Republican meet was Booster meeting in preparation for Iio Osier �?�14-40�?� Roi Nim i pled not guilty of reckless driving tues. Howard o rear age 22, of Stiles Villa pled not guilty when faced with a charge of reckless driving in the Justice of peace court at Plainfield tuesday. The Stilesville youth had been arrested by George Hecko policeman on Road 40. 3 Miles Wist Tho gathering of Republican de of Plainfield. The officer said the u tors and party workers of the sixth of rear had been cutting in and out District at Turkey run. Thursday of traffic As he drove West along evening was attended by a number the Highway. From Putnam county among whom when the defendant pled not guilty were Gilbert e. Ogles. Republican county chairman Buford fall commissioner from the first commis 1 derives hotter Toda than to mrs. Uni via c Orn and brass con Tini e to suffer from the drouth a temperature of 78 at 7 of clock b it l l e t i n London sept. 15 up the admiralty today reported that a number of German submarines have been attacked and destroyed by the British Fleet but the number was not specified. Washington sept. 15 up president Roosevelt indicated today that the administrations special congressional session program will he limited to revision of the neutrality Law. Paris. Sept. 15 up the polish transcontinental press reported today that the Lemberg Lwow radio announced that 20,000 civilians had been killed in German air raids. My civilian casualties were higher than military casualties the polish station said. Vials Netherlands sept. 15.�? Tony White Justice of peace set his a Bond at $25. Of rear was unable to pay the Bond so he was lodged in the a a on Erst District of Putnam county 1 Wilbur Putnam circuit court Roland Lan Danville jail Over night. Yesterday Donner former judge of the he gave Bond and was released. His trial will come up saturday. Danville Gazette. Neutrality Taw debate healed col. Linda Lugii expected to add to it tonight in radio address be Given to children advanced to up pr0gram May include an account of per departments. Bibles will be Given the primary children advanced to the Junior department. A reception will be held in com j governor m Unity Hall for College students from 5 00 to 6 00 p. M. Refresh Mcnutt s arrival As he is expected Here then. Other banquet speakers will be Clifford Townsend United states senators Sherman Minton and Frederick Van Guys and Menta will be served by the woman a i Days state Central committee league in charge of mrs. Joe me a chairman or. Crittenberge will be Cord and her committee. Toastmaster. Rev. C. M. Mcclure will address the High school league in Keystone Chapel at 6 00 p. M. Madonna Call will preside. Harold Riley new superintendent of the intermediate league would like to meet All intermediates in the South league room at 6 00 p. M. Washington sept. 15 up a the debate on whether the press i neutrality Law is Neutral or in Nettni was in full swing today and col Charles a. Lindbergh was expected to add to it tonight in a radio Tuk to the nation. The National broadcasting company announced that col. Lindbergh would speak on its red network at 10 45 p m. Edt on Quot America and fore in it will be the first time the radio audience has head his voice since aug. 28 1931, when he spoke before in Assembly of japanese dignitaries in Tokyo. Both the pro and con of the neutrality debate were expressed last night. Sen. Wilhan h. Borah Veteran Putnam county Corn and grass continue to suffer from the drouth. Streams and Springs and shallow Wells continue to fail causing livestock feeders to haul water in Many instances. School i Nurs shortened treasurer of Putnam county and Kenneth Bennett and Charles Jones. It was a Booster meeting in preparation for the Hoosier �?o14-40�?� round up at the state fair grounds at Indianapolis next week. One of the principal speakers of the evening was John d. Hughes former Depauw student who is executive Secretary of the Young republicans of Indianu. Congressman Noble j. Johnson gave the address of the evening. He. As a member of Congress pledged his support to the Effort to keep the United states out j of the War in Europe. Also included among those making j Short address were Nolan Wright a of Anderson state chairman of the j shortened for several Days Young republicans Byron l. Jones \ Day the Greencastle of Lebanon sixth District chairman mrs. Cecil Harden of Covington. Sixth District vice chairman and mrs. Eleanor Barker Snodgrass of Nashville vice chairman of the Indiana state Central committee. This morning was two degrees higher j j up i observers in Southern Lim than the Reading at the same hour Burg the extreme top of Holland yesterday and yesterday was hot a dipping Between Belgium and Ger enough for All practical purposes. Many said today that germans were yesterday the High Point of 100 a evacuating areas across the Frontier degrees was noted at 1 of clock. The it was rumoured also that the Reading was one degree below that \ evacuation of Arches Germany is at 2 and 3 of clock and 97 at 4 a imminent apparently because Ger of clock. Mans fear French and British air at 5 of clock yesterday the Tern \ raids on the nearby Siegfried line per Turc was 69 degrees which was a and other fortresses the same As the readings at 5 and 6 of clock this morning. The work in i schools of Putnam. A Toms posts were withdrawn to county and the consolidated schools j Sirle of the now Dost of Greencastle has been so affected by the intense i at that the school. I Berlin. Sept. 15. Up a the Luxembourg sept. 15. Up German troops operating on the German Side of the Moselle River at if a. In. Today blew up the Bridge connecting Perl Germany with the Luxembourg Village of Schengel. Schengel was evacuated last night As a precautionary measure. Luxembourg gendarmerie and Cus the Luxembourg Side of the now destroy d Perl Schengel Bridge. Reg authorities relaxed the routine lations As to attendance. The county school in it Urs have been and to school classes were dismissed at 11 25 of clock for the remainder of the Day. A i Nitro i re me a a i. Meeting Ujj mixers of the in Putnum county Tal society held a dinner and e88 meeting thursday evening College inn. County Many steam places at Ladoga a team of marcs owned by Dayton Mccloud who lives in Jefferson township near Belle Union figured prominently in the judging at the Ladoga horse show on thursday. The mares placed first and second in their class us general purpose marcs second As a hitched team and also were picked As the Reserve champions of the show. Although the influx of guests arriving for the meeting was heavy thursday and reservations arc close to the 900 Mark accommodations ire still available at French lick Springs hotel. The management is prepared to take care of All who seek is Lilly Ionest thought that any change rooms at the convention head qua jul pro Hunt neutrality Law. Who Tero. Chief feature is a mandatory Embar a full program of activities and shipment of arms an 1 am. Entertainment for men and women munitions a a belligerents would visitors has been arranged by the Unn Rutial. Col. Frank Knox Chi committee in charge. Ltd it e. Smell Ca f it puh a her ind Republican Vic editor of the Hoosier Sentinel is Purcal Al candidate of 1913. Chairman. The i. D. E. A. Will hoi do. Jaw jus it now stands is its usual business session saturday Unn Eutra and Thal the embargo morning and consider resolutions. Should be repealed. Borah addressed the nation by i Dio. Knox issued a Public statement. Guess who John Abel asks residents help Many pupils \ be a school books and citizens May have unused ones last weeks picture was of e. R. B it Ley. Now farming in Madiso i township. He has Boon mayor of , postmaster and interurban agent. Mrs Essie Bench Tel was the first in Greencastle to guess the Correct identity of the picture an i won two free ticket t to the von Castle theatre to is Irvine Berlin s Quot second fiddle Quot with Sonja Henie Power. Rudy Vallee. And Edna May Oliver Jimmie Black is the Winner of the two from outside of the City. Thl week we have another Good one for you to guess. This gentleman a n Greencastle Ana is been prominent in Greencastle and the county for n Gen i Many yearn Quot nil a till r. A a a of our Best known citizens nit likeness is very Good the Only difference Bong thut he is slightly older than when this plot o was taken you Cace him most any hour of the Day on he streets or. If you Are Able to guess correctly you will know where to locate him at Uny hour of the any or night. Try your skill and win two free Eta to the von Castle theatre. John Abel trustee of Greencastle township asks help from residents of the Community in the supplying of school books to pupils. The list of pupils who have requested tin loan of such books for this school term in this township is larger than formerly and the resources of the township Are being strained to provide them. Or. Abel believes that in the Homes of Many former pupils of the Greencastle schools there Are text books not now in use which Are on has the Book lists of the schools this year and which the owners would be glad u give to others who need them. Or. Abel has had Assurance from More than one organization that organized help will be Given him in the locating and collecting of such text books. School authorities can Supply info Mitton As to the books now in use a \ a trans it l famed Fri made met thurs. Stoner kites be annul it i of svit Koav Moksim. Funeral services for mrs. Nellie Stoner. 109 Bloomington Street Well known local woman who died wednesday afternoon will be held saturday morning at 10 o clock from the Gobin memorial methodist Church. The services will be conducted by the Rev. C. M. Mcclure of this City and the Rev. C. Howard Taylor of Bloomington. Interment will be in Forest Hill cemetery. 20 years ago in . Mana years go they met in Green Only six remain Many years ago. The famed Quot Persimmon brigade Quot of the Union army in the civil War. Had a reunion it Greencastle. Attended by hundreds of veterans who were members of the regiments forming that command. The exercises were held on the College Campus and it was one of the largest attended events Ever held in Greencastle. Many Putnam county veterans belonged. Yesterday the survivors of those regiments met again in reunion at Indianapolis and there were but six in attendance. It was the fifty fourth reunion. But the six had the old spirit. They reaffirmed their willingness to go to War. If needed. The brigade four Indiana Volunteer regiments from 115th through 118th won its nickname when its members out of supplies lived on persimmons. Survivors Are Charles a. Lindley. 93. Of Bloomingdale or. Henry c. Rogers 96, of Rockville Samuel Fulton 93. Of Christman iii., and o. N. Wilmington 94. A. R. Royster 9.9 and Joseph b. Henninger. 92. Of Indianapolis. Among the visitors at the Grcen Castle High school who had graduated the preceding year were miss Beulah Yeager miss Ruby Wright. Or. And bounced their marriage which curved two months before. Miss Ethel Gibson. Morrison kites sat Day j army High command announced to Day that German troops from the North had pushed into the heavily fortified zone at Brest Litovsky. Gate a Way to East Poland and had blown j up parts of its fortifications. The great Citadel there however. Was Quot still held by the thre a hoosiers were dead today the communique said Liat Ger and dozens of others prostrated As a a mans had approached Praga a Suh result of an Una hating september Tirb of Warsaw from the North East heat wave that has shattered All and Southeast that they had beaten time records for the month in virtually All parts of the state and has forced schools to close in several Cit la and counties. No Relief from the blistering heat was predicted for today and weather forecasters offered Only scant Hope Foi. Break tomorrow. John Volney 4.v of Logansport. And John Plantz. 76 and mrs. Mary e. Hack another attempt yesterday by a a very Strong and desperately fighting polish Force surrounded in the Vicinity of Kutno 160 Miles West of Warsaw to break through to the the fortified zone of Brest Litovsky commands the main routes to the a i Pri a m i and the russian Border. It is the capital of tin ush 83. Both of Rochester died i the province of pole Sec bordering from heart attacks induced by heat Russia. It is at the Junction of the schools wore closed for afternoon sessions or for the Duy at Indianapolis fort Wayne Logansport. Marion Lafayette. Kokomo Seymour. Crawfordsville. B Ford Anderson. Peru. Portland. Huntington. Brazil and others. Some school officials Muchow lec Ami Bug Rivers on the Royal canal linking the Vistula and Dnieper Rivers. It has been a Junction for railways from Warsaw. Kiev. Moscow and East Prussia. The population of 30,000 is More than half jewish it has been decrease by said the schools might be dismissed More than a half by wars Between completely until cooler weather a 1914 and 1920. It was there Early Rich. In 1918. That two at Logansport an additional Dan a Only Nivert on a Nae to 48 convicts held guards poisoned Joliet. Iii. Sept. 15 up forty eight convict were held in solitary confinement at Stateville Penitentiary today while officials investigated an unsuccessful escape plot in which 11 guards and a trusty were fed a powerful drug in their Coffee. Five guards were made seriously ill but will recover. Warden James e. Poisoning had been engineered apparently with the assistance of other inmates by three Long term murderers. Patrick Joyce 32. Joseph. 44. And Peter Balcius s. 28. All from chicag Quot. After the guards had been poisoned five of them were drugged into unconsciousness the convicts attempt historic treaties were signed one Between the Central Powers and the ukrainian Republic the other by the Central Powers and soviet Russia which ended Russia s fighting on the allies Side Warsaw Igil Laud u. 1 Ikic two a today a weather 0 a and a a local temperature a generally fair and continued warm tonight and saturday showers sat Ragen said the a inlay night or sunday much cooler sunday. Last rites for Jacob Morrison of Cloverdale one of Putnam county s oldest residents who died wednes mrs. Gerald Handy an Day evening at the Home of or. Anted to scale a Wall with makeshift of mrs. Oliver Jones will be held sat ladders. They were seen by other she was inlay afternoon at 2 o clock from guards and surrendered without re-1 the Reed funeral Home in Cloverdale. Distance. Minimum 6.� to a. M. 70 7s 8 a. A. 84 d a. A. I 10 a a. 94 11 a. M. 95 .100 1 p. A. 100 2 p. A. 100
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