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Logansport Press (Newspaper) - August 15, 1929, Logansport, Indiana
Ritj Ruday augustas 1929 the Logansport Best local newspaper in Indiana to tee bad boy Back to put Home to non map Henry c Ulen immortalized by settlement near Lebanon Lebanon Irod aug 14 years ago when Henry c ulen1 played hookey from the City schools Here there was much Fin Ger pointing at him his ways were not to he commended now on the threshold of the City of which he once was the bad Hoy he has established a town that bears his of tone Ulen left school while he was still in the elementary grades and followed a varied career As a Telegraph operator Newspaperman lawyer and finally an Engineer lie became the hear of a big construction company which has undertaken projects in Arious pans j of the world this company recently moved its Headquarters j Herft from new York j in the neighbourhood of the country club which Ulen built for this City he has now establish fid a Community of resident of for himself and for executives of his company and this Community a been incorporated into a town of i forty four inhabitants i a petition for incorporation of the town was recently granted by the boons county commissioners at an election on the question of incorporation eighteen votes were cast All favourable prior to the incorporation the Community was known is Conj try club Park the country club i is one of the show places of of i Banon and the Finger pointing j that is done these Days is in Fin holy More respectful than it was in the Days when Henry Uinn was known As the town truant and the runaway boy who frequently made Blind baggage excursions to Chicago St Lei Cincinnati and other Larne Middle Western cities scouting abound the world Allen reunion held at Center boy scout Dom must have been pretty nearly depopulated during that world at Birkenhead England for thousands of lads bearing flags from every land took part in the Celebration which marked the 21st anniversary of the scout movement pictured above at a thanksgiving serv ice in arrows Park Are boy scout Flag bearers from Barbados India Newfoundland Irish free stale South Africa Australia Canada Switzerland Sweden and Norway but it want an exclusively masculine affair below right Are seen two girl scouts from Poland who participated in the Cele bration below left Irish free state scouts Are shown standing outside a hut which they built As their Jamboree Headquarters was Cut about limb but not Koya Center Anc alien reunion was held sunday in the Charles Allen Grove just North of town with about seventy pre sent officers Werp fleeced As Fol lows president John 10 Hiatt Vul president Bert Cunningham Aid Secretary and treasurer mrs Adah Cunningham among those tvs font from a distance were Charles Dempsey and family Ernest Hoover and family from South Bend Edward Murphy t of Wimily of Francesville and Isaac Allen of Winamac mrs Hester Hiatt is was the oldest member present and Dar ill Clifford daily nearly one year old was the youngest a dinner was spread under the Trees at noon or Verne upward and Daugh Ter returned monday from n weeks visit at South Bend with mrs Velma Stanley Junior Hendryx was a Lurk by a car monday and the face Arm and sri Pussy Hurt Frank Haze by and tangle of Goodland and mrs Julian of Remington visited sunday with or and mrs Jermino Fry and j e Hiitt and family or Ai if mrs Harry Hiatt and or and mrs Lowren Mcfunk were at Indianapolis sunday to visit of Cpd Brown at the is Vincent Hospital or Brown expects to be Able to return Horos in about two weeks or and mrs Dewey Feltis Havo returned to Michigan City Mattev a week end visit with relatives Here j Khodan june Felt is remained for j a weeks visit with her grand a rents or and mrs William iritis j mrs Elizabeth Waggoner went to Kokomo sunday to spend two weeks with her daughter mrs j Janes Smith j the annual Watts reunion will to held sunday at Shioli in Xoi ble township mrs Oscar trickle and child left monday for their Homo in j Florida after spending a month Vith relatives mrs Mary Porter i turned Horn it h Thorn to spend j the Winter in Florida j Viss Nell Reeser has returned to Chicago after a Short visit i l re j Floyd Mcdowell and i have returned from spending two weeks with George Pinneo and i family at Stockbridge Mich they also visited George Pinneo or at grand rapids and mrs Edward i Johnson and family at Kalamazoo j d g Walter and his men Are j lure from Muncie for a few Days o remodel and build an addition tee barn on the Geo so Backus fare near Lucerne and mrs j William Walter entertained at dinner wednesday or and mrs mrs d g Walter c Muncie and or and mrs w h welter mrs Dan Fiedler has returned firn spending a few Days with her Mother mrs John Grimstead at Tipton while there she at tended the Smith family reunion mrs James of Cong of Indiana polls and her father o m or Combs of Hollywood a Are visiting friends Here this week or and mrs Thomas j Morgan add three children have arrived from Tampa Florida for an extended visit with relatives name teachers j near Rochester Rochester Grove trustee township has faculty for the follow Leon aug 14 Lou of Newcastle announced the Talma schools As Kotterman Prin Cipal Mary Shively Chaincey Goodman Mildred Tooey Donald Kra Nause Kruest Anderson an Nabelle Meniver Olive Coplen Emma Tippy is named sushi Lute a meet ing of the teachers and pupils will in held of the school building aug to organize for the coming school year at which time the pupils can get their list of books from their instruct j tors the regular school open ing will he opened tuesday sep tember third Grove Lias named As bus Drivers Mai Mcgown Allen Lonz i Frank Partridge Harvey Rush at the tourist Camp yesterday afternoon and evening they assembled at the Camp in the afternoon and in the evening a Community supper was served the members of the Raido club held a picnic at the tourist Camp wednesday afternoon the lutheran ladies Aid will meet this afternoon at the Home of mrs Marie Carlson on Ful ton ave mrs by Shobe will give a report on the lutheran catechism and Christine Carlson will favor with a recitation Dainty refreshments will be served Oti Nye Oman Cox Lon Wal ters and Oliver Kalmbacher Omar Holloway will act As Ian i i o r kick 15v Norsk Jefferson Fowler 05 a Farmer Resini Siut two Miles South j Oast of Fulton was kicked in i the Chest by a horse Whir at i tending to chores about the i barn tuesday evening the in j cured Man although confined i to his Bod today was reported i to Lif improving an examination made by pin ton doctors immediately follow ing the Vicc ident Rov naked that 7hj ribs were fractured Treva Ballenger of near Moni tone is the guest of or and j mrs Gerald Ballenger i Greta Lowen of Hammond i who has been visiting her grand parents or and mrs Frank i is spending a few Days in Akron John Faust and George Perutz j of Pennsylvania who Are contestants in the National Tennis j tournament being held at apr spent last evening in this City Harry Reames of near Cul ver spent last evening in this City or and mrs Claude Michael of Kewanna spent Uel mesday in Rochester on business j mrs William graft of near j be Wanna Rochester j o Wilson in Rochester on mesday mrs Thelma spent wednesday in of Talma was business Wod Long and Walton news or and mrs f h Crockett have returned Home from a Ron where they spent the past week miss Geraldine Flanegin has returned to Muncie College after spending Over sunday with her parents or and mrs Milo Flanagan or and mrs George wend Ling and family of Tennessee or and mrs James Hall and family were the dinner guests of mrs Jesse Wendling and daughters tuesday evening or and mrs James Endsley and family of Peru spent tues Day evening with or and mrs Bertis Bechdol and family or and mrs Henry Hillsinger of South Bend Are spend ing their vacation with the lat ters parents or and mrs b e Galloway mrs Fred Kesling is improving miss Helen Bechdol of Niles Michigan is the guest of miss Julia Betz mrs Alma Turner and miss Doris Umbarger Are in Martins Vine taking treatments for rheumatism the Rev and mrs j h Rich Ardson and family Are spend ing this week at Lake Webster mrs Ella Nelson is spend ing a few Days with her sister mrs Logan and son Lee of Gal Veston mrs m Shuman visited mrs j d Ritter and mrs Griffith tuesday i or and mrs Emil Huffman j and family returned from spending a week at Bruce Latke mrs Margaret b Kesling and daughter Peggie Jane and mrs Doris Kesling and son b Lee returned to their Home in Champaign two weeks visit with relatives they were accompanied by miss Helen Gray Robert Wendling of Colorado is Home from College threshing in this locality was delayed owing to the storm tuesday night or and mrs j f Mcdon Ald and daughters returned from Dakota and Are spending to Day at Turkey run they were accompanied by mrs h Beck Ley or and mrs William Bowlan or and mrs Earl Clevenger of Cambridge spent saturday with the formers brother Luke Bow Lan and family and called on mrs Nora Rai Kesin the eve Ning or and mrs Donelly of the economic store will go out of business Here and take up Resi Dence in Logansport or and mrs Cecil Rhodes and daughter Are spending a two weeks vacation at dells wis and other places of interest the seven foot threshing rings enjoyed an All Day picnic at Bennett switch wednesday or a b Rhodes and son Ambros or have purchased a new whippet miss Elizabeth and Emeline Beckley and mrs Dwight Beck Ley and daughter of Royal Cen Ter were guests of mrs Meo i Beckley wednesday mrs a m Bowyer and sons of Oak Park 111 Are spending a few Days with her parents or and mrs George Raikes or Bowyer will arrive Friday to at tend the Bowyer reunion and vis it with relatives Here mrs Gertie Yerkes is improving her property with a new coat of paint members of the Royal neigh Bors Lodge Are requested to attend the meeting at mrs Homer Lawers Home Friday evening at Oclock for practice bring instruments adle5s directory St new Telephone directory recently distributed to users Here is a Radical departure from old ones this directory has eliminated advertising from the outside of the cover and is said to be the first in the United states to do so bibles Are now issued in 618 languages by the British and for eign Bible society Here mrs Morgan came because of the Cep Teci illness of her Mother mrs Hicks after Speed Don celebrated racer will attempt to break the worlds Speed record set by major o d Seagrave at Beach Fla this year a car de signed for him by Louis Coatlen is said to be Able to travel in exit 28 Miles an hour it was Contr eted at a Cost of si25000 Rose leaves were used Exten sively for medicines and Point Bents centuries ago while Rose and Rose wine were used a mrs i l d mad clock of Routery were j guests of friends in Rochester wednesday j j Betty Conkle was the dinner i guest of mrs Frank Landen i wednesday j miss Dale Lichenwalter of j South Bend is visiting her parents or and mrs l Litchen welter mrs Bruce Sherbondy of War saw is visiting her parents or j and mrs Tully Masteller of this City i mrs Roy Jones spent Wedi mesday in Akron with her parents or and mrs b l Pati Terson miss Marjorie heaver is Visi King friends in Lafayette miss Garnett Gupp has a a position at the John Hoover restaurant j or l a Mii Iegan of Iowa is visiting b c Mii Iegan of j this City and Charles Mii Iegan i of Macy j d w Brauburger who has i been ill for some time at his Home South East of the City is j reported slightly improved j or and mrs e e Patrick and family of eighth Street win move saturday to Dayton o to make their future Home the Tri Sigma of Madame i Blakes school of Indianapolis j Are holding a House party at their Laz Waze cottage this j the methodist foreign miss Sio aary society held their picnic i 1cpenney 32032u Market Street Logansport ind Belle Isle Miltn for the Man tue 36 fat Bloe Bedi 9 in unbleached Doc sheets 81x90 Large size sheets several at this Price buy 89c i mens Hose of pure thread silk made with the new Tutor Lebut strength toe mercerized tops and soles excellent value 43c Belle vue Cheviot Cotton Cheviot is a material that eat be used for blouses and Wash suits ens shirts and women House plenty of washing and wearing Yard a Staple material 12l2c useful in Many ways Macy woman Kadi Omania Hurtin crash by Dorothy mrs j Elmer Landis re covering from injuries Macy aug 14 j Elner Lancis living four Miles East of Here was confined to her bed today As a result of injuries re calved in an automobile Accident j monday evening n state Road 31 Ker injuries were not considered serious and consisted of cuts and bruises mrs Landis was returning Home from Rochester where she had attended a funeral As she signalled to turn off the Highway James Mccarter of Rochester approached in the opposite direction in a Sedan the two cars collided the car Are was driving was thrown about 27 feet Down the Road by the heavier car she was found lying partially out of t the car with tar on the pavement she was knocked unconscious her daughter miss june Landis driving Arbit Harte Hind her took her into Macy for medical attention Winamac citizen faces 3 charges Winamac aug Hoover was arrested wednesday by sheriff Kopkey on charges of Public intoxication driving a car while intoxicated and carrying concealed weapons All three charges were preferred against him by his father inlaw Charles Davidson he waived preliminary hearing in Justice of the peace menders court and was bound Over to the Ovit court two a Tiv fixed Noah Tomlinson and John Gil Singer were arrested tuesday by marshal Johnson on a charge of driving a car with the cutout open they pleaded guilty in Justice Graves court and were fined is Sudi costs amounting to 50 club Gilsinger paid and Tomlinson promised to pay both vere re eased fined for drum Elsess Orville Trapp and Chester he vat were arrested tuesday by marshal Johnson on a charge of Public intoxication both plead guilty in Justice Graves court Stii were assessed fines and costs amounting to each they paid and were released Metis Mary boylj3 Dies funeral services for mrs Mark Boyle 71 who sunday even ing at at the Home of her daughter mrs Anna held at South Bend were held wednesday a morning at 9 Oclock at the Catho Lic Church burial was in the be Rattery West of town besides the daughter at whose Home she died she leaves three Sens John of san Pierrot Chicago and Bernerd of North Judson Andi two grandchildren she had lived All her life in this county until the last few years when they moved to North Judson later she was taken to her daughters Home because of itr4nk be our on the local churches to observe Day in commemoration of the feast of the Assumption today masses at the Catholic churches have been scheduled As Fol lows St Josephs 6 7 and High mass at 9 Oclock St Vincents and St bridgets will j hold two services 6 and s i Oclock nothing in 20 years to help me As Lycas any Medicine could completely relieve acronym but his Nicu mutism entirely gone now of All the preparations used in the past 20 years there was never a one to equal this Lycas was the recent remarkable statement of or 1 w Gates 77 lifelong resident of i Dekalb county who lives at 1s7 Mcgirr St Dekalb 111 new Street where a barn and too shed burned to the ground the shed contained quite a lot of farming tools no one was at Home at the time of the fire Andi alien it was discovered by neigh Bors it was too late to save it no insurance a carried j1arx turns Down the fire department made a on tuesday evening at to the Home of join Smith on a its Robert Peters of Knox came tuesday to spend a few Days with miss Agnes Grimes and to attend the Boyle funeral mrs Virgil Bowers and mrs Clarence Hoover and daughter of Pulaski spent tuesday with the formers Mother mrs Ida Rowles of Winamac miss Bulah Haag underwent a tonsil operation monday at the of or t Carneal or mrs Carl Stigler and misses Ollie Cham uses and mar Jorio Earl of Gary visited wednes Day with mrs Campbell wheel stolen As he visits Mother while he was visiting his sick Mother in the St Josephs Hospital yesterday afternoon a thief escaped with his bicycle Robert Mccain of s04 race Street reported to police the bicycle was red an i White Blue stripes blew wed baby the Obrien Twoy Earold offspring had a full grown stomach or it liked Home brew might mrs Aline o Brien objected to her husband feeding it to the child so she sued for divorce the court found the husband Patrick guilty and mrs Obrien got the release a sparrows wings make strokes a second in flight 13 teachers list is announced Wolcott school to open sept 9 Wolcott aug for the coming school year were announced today by James w Sims principal of the school school will be opened sept 9 the High schoo teachers Are miss Ethel Dibell assistant Prin Cipal miss Lois Galimore eng Lish and latin miss Grace Thompson Art miss Ruth Mel choir biology and american his tory miss Nellie Clark music Ray Stratton manual training and mathematics and Boson Van darn physics and mathematics Grade school teachers will be ornies Dyer seventh and eighth grades and coach of the High school physical training depart ment Frances Winters fifth and sixth grades miss Bessie Humph Ries fourth and fifth grades miss Ethel Wolf third Grade miss Myrtle Middleton second Grade and miss Nina Kerr first Grade my Gates can Stam it then fortuneteller you will suffer poverty until you Are 35 years old and then by that time you will have got used to Berlin Busty screws when removing Rusty screws or those that stick insert a Little vinegar and leave a while before using the screwdriver i had suffered rheumatism and stomach troubles for years he continued arms and shoulders were so stiff and Swol Len i had no use of them and my stomach literally forced me to live on a diet had spent hundreds of dollars trying to get Relief and 1 just doubted that there was a Medicine anywhere to give me More Toljan partial benefits because of my advanced age but 1 kept on trying to get the help 1 needed and have surely found it at last in this great Lycas remedy it is the one and Only Medicine to actually Rel lev me my rheumatism of 20 years is positively Gona now and 1 Tell you my stomach troubles have disappeared like to much magic 1 eat any food whatever without the least Dis Tress afterwards now when 3 boxes of Lycas can do All this for me surely want to Tell others about it an Hope take it and know As i do now what it Means to be free from suffering of years and years duration Lycas sold in Logansport at Porter drug store fourth and Market streets sold Rochester Dawson Coplen Montecallo Kewanna Elston son Burnettsville Browns Delphi Bowman Bros Fulton Felderia Royal Centre Agness Star City grooms Winamac car pers Galveston Galveston drug Camden porters Wai h Orr Flora Thomp Medaryville camerons Pearson Wolcott ton j sons Adams spencers Monon heal drug to lighten your Burden Little More than a generation ago Wise of the family a great Deal of time and Effort manufacture was limited exact articles for particular needs were hard to and often one product after an other had to be tried before the right one was found that seems limitless has filled our stores with excellent articles of every nature there Are Many brands for every need the discriminating buyer can choose from a great array of goods that Are continually being spread before his eyes but to buy wisely one must read the advertisements in the pages of this newspaper progressive merchants and manufacturers Are telling and their products they Are anticipating your needs they know that they must meet your exacting requirements read the advertisements regularly and carefully they Are the daily measure of business Progress they Are the Means to discriminating buying they will help you to get the greatest value for every Dollar you spend the advertisements in this paper Are a most valuable guide to Wise buying
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