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Hammond Times (Newspaper) - February 25, 1940, Hammond, Indiana Sunday. February 25. 1940. Broadcast to Salute civic music groups program starts at 3 pm today Hammond will be mentioned the Hammond times Page five of . From St Ejli Runje it he. . By Chr n ilium tie wig wags Hammond boy scouts 3t7 Clyo 10, a i i in of tilt leu he will i Linof Kiriti ii pm Grilii. I Olin i Kio opt sri Tonii in to n ii i Lorf Iti inn. R Tiona in Iii run of Nii Iii Frnnk a Lark run Edwin or Ai hair Alii Hie anti rust r.1 symphony rec i Lati i Milt ship drive1 Ilin my k will limn h Iii Nibi Rush Cpl in Mil i in Nikii m i be Rinrix with Litmer in the fciiiplc1 for in the i onion Ilttre. Of or Williim 11 n it in 5.1. Sirri tiry of Hie trs. Of the Clircie Tor Nief i or ii i. I Wirf. Lvii service n-proicntativi1. Are Young in Cople s sunday school world the cent nil Park Hun x Liim methodist Church. Tru Niin Humr Nond. Will hts conduct Cal by miss just Tom of Hammond. Whose ii Point Iii it was announced Vest relay her recently urdu Mitred from training school Ohio. C eve kits feb.6. Order of the Arrow meeting technical High i room us. Mar. 12. First aide Orrt co Lumbia school. Mar. 19. Scoutmaster round table. Apr. 5. Cha Benee District court of Lioner Highland. Apr a strict court of Honor May cod Ordi a of the a meeting of the members of the order of the Arrow of the Saguenay chapter has been called for Mon Dav. At p. M., in room 151 of Tho technical High school. Matters of importance to the local chapter merchants to induct monday dinner party will be held in Woodman country club at is Miles from pole Chart pc to hear j woman missionary today j Washington feh. Uss Bear. . Moffit Chima. O clock in the High i 1 in and presbyterian Church. Rev. John c. Marshal announced. Miu will to discussed and Al me urged to attend. Members Model Home every Day 2 to s . Sunday 11 a. To 7 f. 178th at Wentworth Lansing for Fhon i h. A. I be. M vaturi Small Down a Nyck no about j25 40-Fnot lot included. Full basement Furnace in incl it Yeti Etheri water Lif Hli. Fun Altonel All i uld i full you can buy a lot were and build your own Home thit Low priced u Muttu through of following t Jepty Houim and Cort Mcton r. I. Hammond Carlin vol concur for. Chenn Blelis. Be flu mum Monu Supply hmm end lumber co. Chi Lina Luvert. Broil her. Cell floor Annii lilt co. Lunt inf be iolent co. So. Kurnat. Co. St. Lou i . Lull edit . C. C 5owm. T Lum Banff. Will Mclinn. I Lut Bint. Eli celtic co. cd Tilto l a Supply co. To i k. T la world. Cal. P. A. Run Nevil by refuel to realty Mort. Corp office t. J. O Connor 201 rond Ruckley Bros. General contractors hum Nond sa4 Iii of preliminary Campaign ill Tilli. Norli to of opera Rone Ert. Iii Iel motion pictures will be Prii cited in Hammond during the in Ilion through the civic music Plain. Stew it pointed out thut h urge in the Sooil needed to i Tieynce the con . Monwid no Ziniti will be hold. out nerd or Hugh the pity Init if j5 membership dues for ii Lulli Zintl for students for Iho series of Hrie i on Erin. The will close Murli j. Niin i profit Rump Icker announced that the Stiim to he will be Nti Loun cd Folly Vang the close of the him Paieri. This he said in Fri Orrin nce with tile civic Polly. Dunn Mitchell Treigi Spirer of the . Completes the Roll of of face in. arc mrs. U l. Homberg i. Or. Kuhn or. K s Jones. Miss Kne Oberlin. . Giitl tier Richard Cirinc he a Kinith. Robert White a Lilliin Ahtl Klicar. Mrs. . To Cru. Virginia Dieter Icli ii nil George in ulcer. White i i of Cal scr of Whit Cir unit the other reside in the City. pointed out int ouch music is Ioc Littlon on u non-profit., porn Anent member Murphy denies he s candidate mid West first the Council mid West first Aid meet will be held tuesday evening March 12. In the gymnasium of the Columbia school. A local troops who expect to enter a team must it scout Headquarters not later than March l. In the event that the number of teams entered arc too Nuny Tor one meet Elemi i motions will be staged during the week March 4 to 9. To determine who represent the various districts in the meet March 12. Local troops who expect to enter the first hid meets arc urged to Register with scout Headquarters at the earliest possible Date. Achi Vrrme no the two troops to make a ruling for the first Quarter of 1p40 arc troop 11 of first methodist Church mid troop 13 of Maywood school. Iti order to score a rating for any Quarter it is necessary to earn ?00 Points in the various scouting classifications listed under the achievement Index plan. Troop mid i Atrol Neui troop presbyterian Lister Clements assistant scoutmaster John James. Jr., asst. Scoutmaster Russell g m in o n. Quartermaster we. Wilson patrol Leader Donald Van Dyke assistant patrol Leader Herschel Hughes. Treasurer. Members comprising the j troop Jinmie Anderson Rich Jard Bashore. Don Wilson. Frank Burfield Herbert Mitchell. Budd Mason. The. Troop s first overnight hike was held last week end at Camp Wicker in charge of Leader Hickel. Bob Smith and Bob mor Ris unable to attend. The boys arrived at Camp on Friday evening and set about preparing the Camp. Assistant scoutmaster Lester Clements acted As chef and really put out some delicious meals. A campfire program was held Fri Day evening with stunt songs and some spooky stories by Clements and John James. Saturday morning a breakfast of Bacon and eggs flapjacks and Cocoa was pre pared for the boys with Camp breaking up shortly thereafter. Troop s3. Edison school scout master. Rubright Arthur Erickson assistant scoutmaster. Stars for class a troop were Given Hammond wives and friends heir Woodman country club monday take cold easily i a expedition Leader Byrd aboard fought i pole. The hip Richard e. In through ice floes site gales o reach Point South Ever attained by american explorers in that particular area. The Bear which is Enro ii a to Stablish another for the est expedition South of Horn. Narrowly missed being Frozen into i the k e packs. It was Able to get Plena for night at o clock for tie an Nual banquet of the mtr Chachus association and inst Sharion of new officers. Dick Hoyt the typewriter Coin will installed As president using succeed a. C. Fisher. Irving Chay reconnaissance Ken. General chairman announced., j. A. Post of the Seifer furniture j company is the new vice Prei i j Dent and de c. Hackett was re-1 elected Secretary treasurer. New members on the Board of directors also will b installed. More than 200 persons Are expected to attend. Chayken said. Harry k. Mcevoy. Chicago Morist. Will entertain the gather ing. There also will be five radio acts and motion pictures of the last Christmas Parade. Which topped Al events in the City s his tory. De Gruener and his orchestra will furnish music for dancing. With special piano selections by Milton Zeitlin. For those who not care to dance there will actor Cowboy i slays Friend 200 extras thought shoot ing was Only another Hollywood gag her be her be basketball forecasters of february 13-17 Contier James Radford 7532 Verne Perry 772 am ferry 764 Bovi 1052 . ch.l.10. 3321 blot. A Gnu. . I cps . S fwd so a mini nil . , i a John thu Dyk. Soi . Bloxk of the troop cards Chayken declared. Scoutmaster i out to the members monday evening by Rubright. The troop has been i a Irv sponsoring a successful paper Dris o j new recruit were introduced a he today and told authorities Why he two Hollywood. Fib. 4-Tixs still dressed in Cowboy clothes. I from a ten gallon hat Down to High heeled boots. Jerome Blackjack Ward. 50-year-old sex Range rider Cowboy actor sat in a jail cell i Thompson co. 3 printers Phouc Jim Manj so Edward legs. Over the last weeks and expects to increase the troop Treasury by a substantial amount. A knot tying contest was had followed by Box ing matches. Thomas Nelson was presented with his Tenderfoot badge and scout card. Boidol. Troop 17, Wallace school. Scout master Bill Eckman. Members of the troop were All transformed into Archery enthusiasts by Paul Noe who gave a talk on Archery at he troop meeting monday evening. Or. Noe demonstrated his talk with Bow and Arrow Finger and guards sheaths and other equip after he had finished each they were Bob Ahlborn and i killed another film Cowboy in the Dan Mears. The officers at the j heart of Hollywood Helm for the coming year Are Joe i a crowd of 200 extras idling Potraza los Pratt and Ben Dan-1 about a Corner yesterday watched Kovis. I Ward pursue John a. Tyke. Is. Gun registration dues and methods j in hand and thought it was just of obtaining uniforms were Dis another Hollywood gag. Until one cussed. It was voted to set aside j 0 them heard a Bullet smack 15 minutes for Bull sessions during against the building beside him. Which entertainment video. Two projects for the be i As tyke Lay Send in a parking i lot. R Bullet in his heart and an i coming other or his head. Ward jumped years Are a contest in which the into car rms rocketed Rio i n the gobs will compete for a prize Given Street Wilh police in Pursuit. By Joe Petraia for the Best Model cornered at this week s meeting the ment. Mom session consisted of a discus was on first Aid. Stuck us h member., of our hand at this interest my sport first Aid Thiim Are Clyde Thomas in dry Paul Wright. Charles Cath cirt. Bob Osburn and Alvin Vance. Test pausing and games completed the evening s Paul Wright. Trump 18 St. Victor s Parish srout matter de a. , or. Junior assistant scoutmaster her Bert Carroll opened the meeting Kidny evening. Merit Budges were Given to the scouts who appeared for advancement at the anniversary week court of Honor. A Dis Cussion was held on first Aid with a patrol first Aid contest to be held Between each patrol on March 1. A troop lenders meeting was held on monday feb. .19.--scribe Tindaro Washington. Feb. 24. Uni Justice Frank Murphy of the supreme Robirt m neither nil or tic or troop Joseph s Parish in up live candidate for the dome scoutmaster Howard Wellsand. The rolling wheels patrol in charge of Richard Humphrey was the first patrol in the troop to appear 100 per cent in uniform. Nine second class scouts who Are working on first class made plans to take their a mile hike saturday. Next week s meeting has been set aside As first Aid night when All scouts will work on their first Aid tests and try out for the troop first Aid team. The standings in the patrol con front with 936 Points the rattle snakes second with 650 Points and in Blackhawk third with Sis. Ordon Whitney Lea a with 258 . Mcnabney. Few blocks away. Of a ship within a bottle and a turned on his pursuers. Bunco or dinner Given for the Par there was a futile Click from his empty gun. Then the old time cow boy raised his hands in surrender. I had known tyke for a quite a Ward explained later. A few months ago he was in jail for drunk driving but i did t go to see him. When he got out. He kept pestering me because i had t gone to see him. We had arguments and cuts. Those present were b. Alexan Derson b. Ahlborn d. Dietrich. B. Dankovis b. Prev a. Grabski l. Harbison c. Harris. D. Mars e. Mulligan. C. Nill j. Porn Zug l. Pratt d. Smith and h. Wilson. A boys Over fifteen 1151 years of age Are urged to attend next week s meeting. Mate and acting scribe he my. Lester pratt., a vol we act a drugstore where the boys hang out. And tyke de in again. He got real Abu a Kos of the cubs tack 32 Den 2 held its weekly a ratan nomination or any other it stated in authority Here Sidny. The not etude of the Justice wus a. Result of stories Nold circulated to effect int in dissatisfied with the Vlola tired life of it supreme court Justice and wished to return to the not leu Arena of political affairs. Justice Murphy returned to the court today after a Brief stay in Florin recovering from u bronchial ailment. He from asthma. by his Brief sojourn Tai Tecc Murphy attended a con Ference of the court today to partly Pate in deliberation upon now under Udel Dement. Murphy who formerly Lith commissioner to the philippine is . Plan i to visit the next summer. Will Mil for main Llort shortly after Thi High court adjourns Early in june. Inserts and to Trade his so goats for anything Reno Xiv. Feb. 24.-cu.p. Joe Garbarino advertised that it will own tvs milk goats for almost any thing. Confidentially he said it s not the goats fault but a southwesterly wind that blows toward the neighbors. Double monday . To . Lohmon ave. At Sibley Iron Arnm for the meeting consisted of test pits song and games. As Sist int George Schnei Der and committeeman Gus Well fund were Thomas Zimmerman. Troop Church scout master Herbert a. Sundberg. Final plans were made for the trip to Camp Wicker which the troop enjoyed this week end. Three recruits were present Richard sul Hanii Ernest Kosper and Terry Moore. These Boya were brought to tile mooting by scout Bill kit Chell. Test passing and relay races brought the meeting to a close. Rev. J. Horton pastor of the Church was present at the meeting scribe Richard Coyle. Troop is Kenwood school scoutmaster b. Farney. Mem Bers of the troop in charge Leader Farney arc enjoying this week end at Camp Beu. Recruits Hal Bascomb. Tom scan Runck am hurry Ross were present the troop meeting tuesday evening Ami began work on the Tenderfoot requirements. Tests were worked on by other members of the troop with Kenneth King completing Compass for second class. Follow ing the test passing period a to reel moving picture film entitled camping with the troop a. Shown. A Point system to begin next week covering inspection. The troop is working on its re registration. And. Application for renewal of the charter will be filed at head quarters within the next Sci Oei Nolan Camp. Troop o 1 u m b i a schoo scoutmaster Georga Evans. A kno tying contest was held with to Fred Eldner and Wilbert Hami ton s patrols winning. Two re emits. Ray Darling and Ernes Hasselbring were present and unified their intention of becoming members of troop. Serif Leonard Krawczyk. Troop 18, Lincoln school scout inter Carl Evans. Tickets for in card party to be held March 12 Ere Given out tuesday by assist it scoutmaster Bob Bein. The Chie vement stars were Given to 11 the boys who were registered for 939. Mrs. Fred Peck Mother of George Peck donated o the troop a doll dressed in a com Lete scout uniform which is now n display at scout Headquarters. He will be known As the troop Mas of but the name has t been be cited. The troop welcomed Back Cliff Marsh a former member. A special meeting was called for wednesday evening at the Home if scoutmaster Evans at which Ime the Novelty act to be presented at the card party was rehearsed. Troop librarian George Jcck catalogued the books which the troop Library possesses and they Are now ready for Distri ution. Hafner. New packed sauerkraut 4 Armour s sliced Bacon 1c in troop by the United Brethe Rrt Church is rapid completing its organization and application for charter will be file shortly. Troop is in charge o scoutmaster Kelly Hickel the leadership of the troop is As of meeting at the Home of Peter Stew Art. Eleven members were present. The meeting was in charge of Den Lantine Paul Seegers Dick Dale Hanty. Jack Todd and Richard Walker told stories to pass the Reading achievement. Don Walker. The february meeting of cub pack four of the first presbyterian Church in charge of cub master Arthur Prohl will be held wednes Day evening at 7 o clock. All Dens have been preparing Indian torn Toms head dresses and other Para-1 i says look Here you re bigger than me and you probably could whip me. There Ain t no sense to this anyway and i Don t want no trouble i got in my car and started to drive away. Tyke jumped in front of the car and yelled no you Don t. Let s Settle this right now Well 1 carry my old gun with me just a sort of habit Man gets into when he s Pencil b lot of time Riding the Range. Guess i must have fired and then jumped into my car and drove off Ward came originally from Silver Luella. Kllc Jato it. T 1. T j Phe Nalia to be used in the Indian City new Mexico in 1924 he worked r to fair Imti o q in n r n pow wow which is to be the theme of this pack meetings. The big Pence will be the Indian pageant portrayed by the four Dens of the pack. Awards will also be made to the cubs who have completed their achievements the last meeting of the pack. On the famous o. S. Carlton ranch in Mexico. He was kidnapped on the ranch once and held for ran som by a band of mexican bandits he came to Hollywood 15 years ago. Police claimed tyke had criminal record. Long your appear take a drop this time of the year. Easter is Only a month away. The new imported Dew Berry Coats at s25 or Al agora of Fleecy Long wearing Alpaca mixtures s27.50, Are Lor your inspection. No con to you. Jack Fox Jons where style begins in Hammond troop and 12 of the first presbyterian Church have been merged into one troop with troop 12 to become a sea scout ship. Scoutmaster James Rhodes is in charge of the troop. Tuesday evening 18 members Sang the broadcast of Uncle Walter s dog House at the a May radio station merchandise Mart. Chicago. Transportation for thai Outing was provided by troop committeeman a. K. Thompson a. Blair Junior assistant scoutmaster Fred Carter and scoutmaster Rhodes. Following broadcast a tour Wai made through the studio. Another Outing the troop is planning is bicycle hike March 9 to the Thorn ton Forest preserve. Meetings Are being held on thursday evenings at the first presbyterian Church. All members and prospective members Art urged to be present at 7 p. A. Next thursday when patrols will be reorganized. Sea scout news 8ss Northern Sec Ond organization meeting of the Good ship Northern lights was held Phish 6round hamburger toward baldness of Jour scaly Lech hair Aid Seal Imti Tutt 1s2 Slat. St. Henri so m. F or Ivy. I. . To 1uy to build to refinance principal and As Lew s5.5s Sung. Terms up is Ca Limtt corp Traditi 27 w. Gory bul Nob i s. By Fey dyes bou1eva1d Houm i Mil some people this Spruce and sprightly Buick a special May be just one of those ambitions they Hope some Day to achieve. But if you ask those who have stepped up to Buick from the lowest Price Field you la find it s really an Eye opener to a new and sounder slant on automobile buying. Actually the Money difference Between lesser and this nimble traveler is smaller than most people think. And when you be driven a Buick a while you find that spending these few extra dollars is really the soundest kind of Economy. Tju is jul it at Buick sri Ciai True jul Flint Midi. It Titt Una Tucy buy More Power. They buy More room. They buy the matchless Comfort of springing the Welcome feeling of having come up in the world. They also buy More automobile. A bigger solider More durable Frame. A husky Lime defying Chassis. Top Grade materials superfine precision1, on the Money craftsmanship things that make the differ ence Between an adequate car and a Good one. You get your Money Back in tangible things such As engines balanced after Assembly wider Outlook through Only some six dozen features from automatic choke to the Flash Way direction signal with automatic Cut off. Every mile you drive you la see How you profit by spending enough to get something really Good. And what you you la see if you Call on your Buick dealer is less than you re asked to pay in come for a six i help pm us if him put Simf

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