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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - September 23, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaRar. Weather showers and cooler i w the daily banners forty seven a it Waves for Al Greencastle Indiana saturday september 2. 5, 1�ki� �T�0 All the Home news United press service a �4 a n. 28g to Well presented at meeting Asaji. Black of Blackwell okla. Lives paper at recent of Haik reunion mobiles assembled at the Section of Stiles Greencastle Road to action left Early Oner. Went Over Road so ting from this Pari of the county county wan Well represent the Republican rally and Bai at the state fair grounds at Napols today. County automobiles both ted and undecorated Aasem to the intersection of the Stiles rce Castle Road and the a i read cast of the City in a number and a Telephone cull that intersection at 8 00 this ing told of Many other ears a that Point East bound on the Inal Road hmm Otler counties of which were decorated in Hon the occasion. It special car on the traction Eft the Greencastle station with a engers. At 8 45. Automobiles for the most part i the big Parade the Putnam starting from sixteenth Street the White River along with the and floats from other counties sixth congressional District addition to the Large number which assembled at the East of this City Many others to Indianapolis Over Road 26, no those from this part of the to at the assembling Point in West Indianapolis. Of the several papers and informal talks of a biographical nature which were Given at the recent reunion of members of the o hair family possibly the one of the most interest generally was that by Asa r. Black of Blackwell okla., concerning his Mother now living at Blackwell but too infirm because of her age to accompany her son to the family gathering. Mrs. Black was an o hair and thus related to Many persons of the county both by reason of her own family and that of her husband. In regard to his Mother i. Black said my Mother Margaret Periclia of hair the last child of j. E. M. And Permelin. Lockridge o hair. Was born july 22, 1855 at the Home North of Brick Chapel. Her Mother died March 20, 1856 when she was 9 months old. Of her childhood she has said that like Topsy she a just grew up a but was cared for by some of her Brothers Sisters and her father who tried in every Way that he could to compensate her for the loss of her Mother. Wherever and however her father went she went with him in front of him on horseback at first and later behind his Saddle until she was old enough to ride her own horse. I have heard her say that wherever her father sat Down there was always room enough on one chair for both of them. At this late Day i want to pay tribute and add my appreciation to one who brought much happiness to her in her childhood and that one is James a. Curtis a Uncle Curtis Quot As she still refers to him planned innumerable visits for her to his Home took her on Many trips arranged for her to be in his Home while she attended school i Greencastle and shielded and guided her in his big Sweet inimitable Way. I am sure that Mother will be glad that this mention is made of him today. Observe 50th wedding Date at Roach i ale when county grand jury reported in 1823 was cause of first ase or. Am mrs. James Edward cos ii smiling Happy county couple will receive friends Sun. Speak with appreciation of pastor of presbyterian Church and of Rev. Raphael of Grcic Castle another smiling Happy Putnam county couple talk cheerfully of the experiences of fifty years of wedded she attended Somerset country life. These two Are or. And mrs. School the Grade schools and de Janies Edward Crosby whose de Pauw in Greencastle Anil then for j rightful Little Home is at the inter several years was in charge of her j Section of Indiana and Columbia fathers Home. On april 27. 1880 sh3 streets in Roachdale across the lat was married to Asa m. Black the iter atre t North from the presbyter youngest child of Alexander and tan Church of which both of them Martha m. M. Black and they Start arc members of Many years stand de housekeeping on their 240 acre Bottom farm three Miles South of Danville on the Cartersburg gravel Road where they lived until Early in ing and incidentally they speak with appreciation of the pastor of hut Church and also of the Rev. V. L. Raphael of Greencastle who c. Gautier has option program John Clark Ridpath was k0rk1 at Despai w Celebration in 18h announce series on european War thru faculty members to discuss phase each is most familiar with president Clyde e. Wildman has announced a series of chapels which will cover All aspects of the european War for the coming week at Depauw University. He has asked three members of the faculty to discuss the phase each is most familiar with. Or. Harold Zink aided or. Wildman in planning the program. Tuesday at the regular Chapel period in Meharry Hall or. Edward m. Mueller assistant professor of German will speak on a Germany and the or. Mueller has been in Greencastle Only two weeks after a hurried return from the War zone. He spent the summer on a vacation tour through Germany Quot by Motorbike. Or. George bom Manhart professor of history will take the platform 1884. At that time they sold their j preached there while the pulpit of farm and moved to the Cherokee j that Church was vacant. Nation in Indian territory locating. The Crosby family is closely Iden 011 hog shooter Creek near what is j to lieu with Franklin township. James Hunt Lull d on piste four i Edward Crosby was born in 1863. I his parents. Or. And mrs. A o. Cros i by living three Miles Southeast of unknown Man wins Koach Dat. The ,t came ten commendation Herf. Kentucky Homestead Ling the land on John Clark Ridpath native of county and for Many yeas lessor in Avebury Depauw uni y. And later a world known his was honoured at a reception the Semi Centennial Celebration Pauw in 1891, and a program e reception is in the Possession. C. Gautier found among the Nal belongings of a aunt Betty 10n wednesday to talk on the sub. Who died a year or so ago in Castle. Jet a England and France and the or. Manhart is an authority program has a Fine picture of on european history and teaches a a courses in current european history a Man who was merely driving through town and is unknown hero won commendation the other Day when he stopped to care for a Small female Black and tan hound that had been struck by another automobile and left suffering on the Street. The stranger picked her up from the pavement took her into when in the Early year of 1823, the Putnam county grand jury which had been a a empanelled to inquire of and present All reasons felonies and other misdemeanours whatsoever which have been committed or done within the limits of the county of Putnam reported to the honorable judges of the court in its session in the log Cabin Home of James a they in the Southwest Corner of what we now know As Washington township they were the cause of the first Case Ever entered on the docket of the Putnam court having an assault and Battery charge As its Bas s. That was in March 1823. The next session of the court held it the a of House of Isaiah Wright in Manhattan in september of the some be had before it and it is the second Case on the records of the Putnam court a proceedings that Concerne 1 something which smacked very strongly of being a Boss steal in the third Case on record was to collect a debt and the fourth was an other assault and Battery hearing. In these cases the townships of Walnut and Tipton were Given As the places of residents of the defendants but no one these Days knows just where these townships were. It is considered Likely that Walnut was our present Washington. To us acquainted As we Are with the More terse and concise language of court records of our time the we Ding of that first grand jury indictment seems quaint. Charges Wright late of town a a wish p of Walnut Quot said the Foreman in his report a with Force and arms at the township aforesaid in and upon one James Frazier did make an assault and him the said jame3 Frazier in a rude angry insolent and unlawful manner did then and there touch strike beat and in other ways did great damage to the said James Wright fined one cent by the jury. Nazi troops begin attack in West area i former commander in chief of German army and strategist killed Imp gins Are Poi Din great activity throughout night on the front several enemy attacks repulsed Berlin. Sept. 23 Lup . Cinor von Filtsch former com Mander in chief of the German Arm Ami one of the country s greatest a us m Litany strategists was i led in at j Tion on the Warsaw front on sept. The Gran i jury that indicted i 2 in was announced today in a Din Wright sons sled of Benj. Bell Sam Patch from the fuehrer s head Uel Rogers. John Reed. We. Celt quarters ton. John Miller. John Latham John a a Atham sr., goo. Mcintosh. Abraham co Man Jesse to Lings Nathan col. John Smith Joseph Wells Moses Hart Isaac an Lei son. The Petit jury members who heard the trial of Paris sept. 23 up German troops have begun to counter attack heavily on the Western front and the whole area from the Rhine to the Moselle had become Active the Moore John Rawley Jos. Wells we. Mccarty John Frazier Lewis Gib it i on Minim ill ii a tim i ladies Shoppe sold mrs. Baker in charge which Janies Edward was born. It is now owned by Raymond Crosby a Nephew of the later. It has never been owned outside the family. James Edward Crosby has three Sisters and three Brothers mrs. Hill Lizton miss Cordia suffering on the Street. The Crosby Roachdale mrs. Ella Sanders. Four Miles Southeast of Roach nearby Jaje Charlen Crosby Harvey Cros a business House examined her for in-1 by both of Roachdale and Lemuel mrs. Crosby was Laura Sutherlin her marriage. She was the dictations of serious injury bought a Closby car Ladoga can of dog food for her and left Only when he was satisfied she was1 he for it not seriously Hurt. There was some daughter of Georg Sutherlin. Who resemblance Between his actions an la ved one my e East of Roachdale. Those of the Good Samaritan of the wedding of this couple whose j scriptural origin. After serving the Greencastle Public three years the ladies Shoppe will be taken Over wednesday by Yon and Lyon a ladies and babies j Wear shop with stores in Mooresville and Plainfield. Or. Homer Frazier anti mrs. W o. Timmons started the ladies Shoppe wednesday. Sept. 30, 1936. In he three year interim they Nave made Many friends and have per a Ormed a Fine service to the Sliv Ping Public. The new shop will be under the management of mrs. M. D. Baker a i will handle coat dresses infants John Koc Ssler tells of trip recent visitor in soit1i America and travelled in various parts Ridpath with his famous Beard be front. The officers of the eve were or. John p. D. John pres of the University James t. Y. Secretary we. H. Ragan. James Hamilton Howe co1, is Riley Weaver. Prof. Robert As Well As More detailed courses con parents John Koessler graduate in the class of 39 from Greencastle h i school and a recent visitor in South America is Back in Greencastle after several months of visiting ids and travelling in Vartui corned with the continent s past. From his experience with the league of nations staff in Geneva j during the summer of 1938, or. Veri non Van Dyke assistant professor of executive committee James he a i it a i. Political science will address met and Lac Depauw orchestra 1 ,.us a student body on a America Ana me he delivered an invaluable Chapel talk Here upon his return last fall. Parts of the Southern hemisphere. John left Here june 9 on the s s. Southern Prince and made his first a the father i 50th anniversary is at hand was at Wear gifts a Linery. Linens and i the Home of the Bride. September 18. 3uch commercial Art work As original fifty years ago. There was quite place cards Etc. Large company at the wedding and a mrs. Crosby recalled these who Are �-1 yet living and Moat of whom will be at the Crosby Home sunday or. And mrs. Charles Crosby. Or. And mrs. Howard Crosby mrs. Ella Sanders mrs. Elizabeth Hill miss Cordia Crosby Lemuel Crosby mrs. Kate Higgins of Danville miss Ella Cash Mace mrs. Alma Miller Frank i. Davis and mrs. Crosby a Only Sis j ter mrs. Mary Owsley of near i Berlin Roachdale. Who is not Well enough a High command Ilav that to be out sunday. The minister who performed the marriage ceremony was the Rev. Alex Mayhall of the Baptist Church. Of Ward Mayhall of City surrenders to nazi division announce capture of polish com >1a n Dek-1n chief with staff members v Wright were Benj. Bell. Richard French High command announced today. J German Shock troops Weie thrown j three times against the French lines j East of the Saar River yesterday and were thrown Back each time. Big guns pounded on both sides of the front during the night and the s morning. It was believed that the German at a tacks and heavy Artilo Ery fire Coln Elded with the arrival on the Gei a Man Side of . Walter von a Beau Schotsch army commander in j chief to take charge of operations. Communique no. 39 of the French High command said so veil enemy attacks against vessels patrol Atlantic Oast to protect United states neutrality ordered by president Washington sept. 23. Up 1 scores of Navy and coast guard a 1 vessels augmented by coast guard air planes Pat i oled As far As 100 a i of it ions we had conquered East of Miles off the Atlantic coast today to the Saa Riv i were repulsed at the protect United states neutrality. J Cloae yesterday afternoon. The patrol ordered by president there was amp Rea activity through Roosevelt also operated far into the it it it a she in the front Parte Pacific the Navy department said. Mulany Between Saar and the in i Roosevelt said last week that 11 Sou thee of Deus ports territorial Waters extend As far As i we Brueck Enand on the Lauzet National interests require them to extend. Most of the patrol vessels put into service immediately after or. Roosevelt a order were concentrated along the Atlantic coast. Pacific operations extended to the far East and it was recalled that the u. S. S. Langley was in route from Pearl Harbor. Hawaii to the Philippines carrying Navy planes for patrol duty. It was believed that Waters off London. Sept. 23 up the Warsaw radio announce j today that the City was still putting up a a the strongest resistance against the besieging German army. A the enemy continues to destroy the capital particularly Praga the Section of the City on the East bunk of the Vistula River by heavy artillery a the broadcaster said it 6 a in. 23.�? up w the music or. Phillip s a and i tout Robert c. Williams officers of the Hall and plat our. Hillary a. Gobin was Chupin original sonnet was read by a w. Taylor or. Honry a. Tel of Denver spoke. Evale ii Lafayette or. H. W. Taylor Anderson Alonzo Hilton Davis met Mary Hartwell a the Hoopeston 111., each read a James Whitcomb Riley Indi i. Read a poem Quot Hoosier la Hon. Richard w. Thompson haute gave the address of the Quot a the Drill squad of Depauw an exhibition Drill Hon. Will Hack. Greensburg presented the Weir an Ltd or. Ridpath closed the us Ith ids response. The first freshman Chapel of the year will be monday or. Glenn w. Giddings new assistant Dean of men will Lead the meeting. The weeks chapels will close with a Pep session next Friday just before the seasons first football game with Hanover. Airman Pittman senators no list quoth they would a hit what they be of should go in Bill ash1ngton, sept. 23.�? up Jan hey Pittman met today those members of the Senate in relations committee who a repealing the arms embargo. V8jjas under Tood that they would 1 or either a draft Bill embody resident Roosevelt a neutrality Justice Butler a very sick Man a lost considerable ground during past four or five Days Stop in Rio do Janerio where to bad lived for nine months several Tyuis ago. After a Stopover of several Days he continued on Down the coast making several stops and finally reaching Buenos Aires we his Mother and father met him. Greencastle. Children of or. And mrs. Crosby Are mrs. Harry Rice Ralph c. Crosby both of Roachdale Robert Crosby of near Roachdale and there Are three grandchildren. In addition to i membership in the presbyterian Church mrs. Crosby is a member of the Eastern Star and of the d. A. A. And he of the masons. Open House will be observed at the Crosby Home from 2 to 5 of clock. Sunday at which time the Host and next couple weeks As this is hostess will be delighted to receive Portland be a Sil of their friends and relatives who can find it possible to be present. Assisting in the dining room will be mrs. Andrew Cross. Mrs. Carl Call and mrs. Stella Lewis. I a or what they believe 8� into the Bill. A i i not invite Republican m of the committee to his Bart a up Pimp repealing the ��?�7&Quot Al a did t invite sen. A c c arh do a mo., the United waa informed. Sen. Clark is tending opponent of repeal. Quot Nan s Relief corps a 23 will monday afternoon at 2 30 o Washington. Sept. 23 up a supreme court Justice Pierce Butler suffering from a bladder ailment Quot is a very sick his personal physician reported last night in a special bulletin. Butler returned to Garfield Hospital thursday night for treatment after having spent three weeks there in july for the same ailment. When he was hospitalized it was announced that he had Quot lost considerable ground during the past four or five last night s bulletin said that the Justice had had Quot an uncomfortable an earlier bulletin said he had a comfortable night thursday but had shown no improvement. Butler is 83 years old. Since his illness Early this summer there have been rumours that he might retire before the court begins its new term in october Butler has been a consistent opponent of president Roosevelt s new Deal program and with Justice James c. Mcreynolds. Comprises the so called conservative Bio. Of the present court. The City of Buenos Aires is very to Lem and there was a great Deal to see so the Kossler s stayed there two weeks before travelling the 8 hours train ride to sierras Bayas. It is Here that John made his Home for the the place where the ment company has a modern Village and the place where his parents Are stationed. While in sierras Bayas there vis horseback Riding Tennis basketball and other sports to be enjoyed. Sierras Bayas was left heh no a win John took a pan american airways plane to Chile and then went to Uruguay looking for educational facilities. An air France plane took him Back across the Andes and on August 26 he sailed from Buenos Aires and landed in Galveston wednesday. On a trip Home which was made on the norwegian Tanker her brim the ship stayed in Neutral Waters tis much As possible. The ships leaving South America were All heavily booked with people mostly americans. Anxious to return Home because of Tho War abroad. John left today for Indiana University where he will matriculate if the business administration school the 1 today that Lemberg. Lwow chief City in the Southeast Poland Oil and Corn Belt had surrendered to a German Mountain division which was being relieved by a russian division West of the City. A the Battles in Galicia South Poland were thus essentially finished Quot the communique said. A the total Booty of this Southern German army since sept. 1 were 103.000 prisoners. 252 Light guns 32 heavy guns. 37 armoured cars and an inestimable Quantity of other War it was announced that on the Bzura River sector West of Warsaw a the commander in chief of the polish corridor army. Gen. Bortnowski was captured with Many members of his on the basis of this communique the poles Hail been conquered everywhere co it in the Warsaw Region Farmers guide has picture of Otis Patrick this week s Issue of the Farmers guide presents a Cut of Otis Patrick of Cloverdale with his Duroc Jersey Gilt which was first prize Winner Over All others of the Breed in the 4-h club show at Indianapolis and us a the guide printed a Large group picture of the members of the 21at Indiana state fair school of Home infant died Friday the infant daughter Sara Tern Scott born Friday afternoon to or. And mrs. Roscoe g. Scott of this City died within a few hours after birth at the Putnam county Hospital. Burial was at 4 30 o clock saturday afternoon in the Little Walnut cemetery. 20 years ago in Greencastle from Putnamville Benton Curtis and wife took supper wednesday evening with or. And mrs. Will Glidewell. On the program of the woman a Bible class of College Avenue Church for the year appeared the names of mrs. Lee Reeves. Miss Martha Crouch mrs. M. M. Marshall mrs. Eugene Light. Mrs. C. A. Mcwethy mrs. A. A. Brothers mrs. A. M. Arnold. Mrs. Elmer e. Sellers. Mrs. Ida Pierce. From Dunbar Hill Herbert bos wife and daughter Helen la to a. M. Edt. Puerto Rico and the Panama canal i Quot a German attack on a Olsze a Zeno also were being Pat Rob d but suburb was easily repulsed. Ger the Navy would not reveal disposition of its vessels or How Many were engaged. But the Navy recently revealed that 41 world War destroyers were being recommissioned for neutrality patrolling. It was indicated in Navy circles that the patrol vessels would notify the maritime commission if they found belligerent War vessels. The commission in turn would advise american shipping of the belligerent j poorest it lasses of vessels , .1 was said. to Iii null arrest citizens mans twice bombed the City. Two air planes were shot by the demarcation line announced yesterday by Germany and Russia 11 Hill i mini a in run two russian invaders arc confiscating London sept 23 up Moscow radio broadcasts heard Here said that the russian inva chrs of Eastern Poland were confiscating business and inviting a the poorest classes of lawyer rested state police officer Jesse South whose Home is in Putnam county operating out of the Putnamville Barracks arrested Joseph j. Robinson Chicago for passing other vehicles on a Hill and Robinson paid a peasants to Hunt Down and Fine at Brazil. The interesting Point landlords storekeeper and kulaks is that rom Sot is 01 1 it Hil it i of it was announced that Adolf Hitler leading attorneys and an author of a at vol no a the Morrow radio Iai i had gone yesterday from Danzig to text Hook on Law he told the court news Aper plants a. Her added Headquarters of the North German he did not question the police offi an lil frs,.,h of new end a cer but that of he passed other cars lip a i been air Cut on a Hillside he was not conscious of a de entirely to russian it. Premier v. M. Molotov a a pc cd of last sunday and to a few Short stories and poems composed by local persons. A local committees in the conquered territory have ordered thut red flags shall be flown from nil buildings that placards hailing Stalin be the broadcaster said. A inventories of former landlords Are being taken and their land livestock and personal belongings will be divided among the army besieging Warsaw. Many hog breeders gather at Purdue a it m 0 Farmers gathered a ply Rel e University s Experiment station economics of which miss Della Well Hemmer of rut Raniville was super-1 Vaughn called on Imer Boswell s intendant. Sunda it a considerable number of Putnam county a hog breeders and feeders were among 2.000 Indiana Farmers who gathered at Purdue University s Experiment station. Friday interested in the announcement of records of tests made by that institution in a he feeding of hogs. David l. Grime county farm agent was among Thos it going from Putnam. The particular phase that head the attention of the Putnam men was the feeding value of hybrid and open pollinated com and mixed protein supplements on pasture and in dry lot. During the morning the vis ting stockmen inspected the 400 our Jersey hogs used in the feed tests at the Purdue Swine Experiment 1 farm situated North of Here. A the afternoon program in the love Stock judging Pavilion director Harry j coat Nuril a a a i mute two september term of court to open monday printed dockets will ii distributed to attorneys the september term of the Putnam circuit court will open monday with William m Sutherlin. Judg 1 on the Bench and the usual attendance of court attaches and members of the Putnam county bar. At that time the printed dockets for the term will be distributed to the attorneys and the court will Call the j cases set out on the docket in a Effort to arrange trial dates for the cases which Are to come to trial this term. The grand jury will be assembled and there is said to be some business for it upon which there will be a report made to the court later. It is expected this term of court will be crowded due to the number of new cases filed and the Largo number carried Over from preceding april term. @ today a weather 0 0 and a a local temperature a showers saturday night or by sunday with cooler sunday in Central and North and by afternoon or night extreme South. Minimum. 48 6 a. A. 30 7 a. A. 57 8 a. . 65 9 a. A. 71 10 a. A. 77 11 a. A. 77 i
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