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Logansport Press (Newspaper) - July 27, 1924, Logansport, Indiana The Logansport morning press sunday july 27 1024 and Carroll county Jer items to no 22 j colonial Toda y and monday Council me All members warn pros Weri read and quite a tuns thy Tittor from the Truci Iii Corn earn Long the o the irl butting Plant for dil to Council has taken no ton in the matter ind the report of a con peer who will Ijo in on with the Council Ito la feels thai a thorough should made is taken i Wilile playing Al the Park monday is i ins us oink rank Livingston was Girnt funner in Carroll Coimin 10 thresh his we boat and Liau led in first Load to Lair Taslitt son Olf Vator to of Llcy monday noon where it test lid 61 word Lias Jukl received in Delphi of the death of Alfred w Dunkle at the of his Ilai Ikhter mrs Joseph it i of Las Vohs n on Lucy 1g or Dunklau was Ijo Iii in Delphi in lift attended cad my and was from id Crossings will he Hanover College he was Hii Penn ton of an Engineer and made for More Satis nos something thai Delphi Powers and her tinkle and family spending u week at Lett wednesday where the pinkies been and son Joseph Irlon mover and two to town wednes uncut several been Camp on the pendent of the deign a from 1880 he was a member of the Delphi Presley Teriann Church ind k p Lodge mis body was taken to Indiana Poich where he re sided since until Yoars for burial in Tho rown Hill cemetery he is survived by his wife and three children county agent ii k a Korsun has returned from Lafayette where he attended a District conference of if Al Shine his Ney Ana mrs w c Delphi d Scott of Chicago Moran or now ats at the Scott Home in p a Tarland nine year or and mrs Carl fractured her Arm county Ngo nth prof Phillips who has just returned from Rome Italy whore he attendee the inter National conference or agricultural workers talked on Tho Jiou try Industry in foreign countries the Pon Irv marketing Industry was Dis cussed by h w Ritting of the Purdue Extension department a company has been organised n Delphi for the purpose of developing what is thought to he some Good prospective Oil Wells Hugh Rye of pern Evno Haa been acce Huftil in the big Oil Fields is in who give Downs leaves to attend meeting j c k Downs Delegate to the Nal tonal convention of the Loyal or Der of Moose led last night for York where the convention will Liel i this week in the Madison Square gardens this is the thir Tyse Venth annual convention of the Lodge and plans Are to make the biggest and Best of its kind 17th Street specifications and plans ready for Board charge of the development and he predicts a big Oil Gus Iier in Tippe Canoe township within ten Days still car the Willy Knight is a car you can keep and enjoy for years a touring car with All the thrill of 42 car you can drive 50 Miles and More an hour hour after without Loas of engine without Carbon Ever needing valve grinding Willy Knight sleeve valve engine is the most powerful engine of its size Ever the the Only Type of engine in the world hat actually improves with use it is common for 1 Willy Knight owners to report Miles and More without spending a cent for repairs of the engine Willys Knight i9ca Logansport Overland co 5th and High streets Carey Myers garage Walton ind the drilling which been Gong in for the past week has reached the depth o 350 feet and Frye thinks that Oil will be reached at Tho distance of feet the company which has been organized is made up or the follow ing members Harry Baura or Gal Carney or John Carney Myron Ive a h Brewer Earl Smith Charloe Lane and j k Cartwright with Hugh Frye As general Man Ager this company has teased five thousand acres of land Between the Wabash and Tipp Canoa Rivers and feel confident of the outcome the Oil Well is being drilled on the w j acheron farm West of Delphi in Tippecanoe township or and mrs Forest Orr and family who have been on an Auto Mobile trip through several Eastern states and Canada returned Honie evening miss Margaret Kirkpatrick entertained six Young Lades at dinner wednesday evening n Honor of Misa Catherine Bench of Chicago mrs w w Wilson and daughter of Indianapolis returned to their Home wednesday utter a Short vis it at the b w some and with miss Catherine Batch who in also visiting there miss Letha Maggart returned on from a buying trip to Chicago where one attended the Gago hat show Helen Malta is Home trom Indianapolis where she is employed for n weeks vacation there will he a baseball Ball Fame in Delphi sunday it will be Between the local team and the Fayette sch Abs and will be played at the South Side Park the game will be managed by Frank Flora Wilson Sterrett of Rock Creek township has just an noticed Hie marriage of his youngest son Vance to mias Eva Nethercutt the wedding having Takun place at Logansport tuly 4th they Are re siding at Brook ind mrs Terrence Lamb und Daugh Ter Anna will spend the end in Frankfort visiting their Daugh Ter and sister mrs Pete Hettmer to was Large crowds Here last week Why should the people not respond with prices Low to Start and then marked Down the cooperative Sale there was a real reason for anyone wishing new furniture to o not neglect this Opportunity Are going to need furniture soon do not fail to come Here during this cooperative you will not Only find a Large Stock from which to select your purchases but the s3 will never Ibe lower John m Etnire son Lins and family or sunday morn ing miss Anna will pay the pipe Organ at St marys Catholic Church at the sunday morning service the missionary society of the Delphi Christian Church will give a picture at the arc theatre on Mon Day and tuesday nights july 2s and 29 the title of the picture is the Good Virgil l Eskenberry whose Home is in Flora and who is Well known in Carroll county has re signed us principal of uie Lebanon High school which position he has held for the past three years he has accepted a position of principal of the Vincennes senior High school he was president of the kiwanis club in Lebanon and helped organize Battery c local National guard unit of the is sin Field artillery at that place and has served As its Captain Slace it was organized the boys from Delphi who Are at Camp Tecumseh curing this period Are Charles Kerlin William Wason David Rethe Rort Robert Haugh Harold Brewer Robert jul ius Robert Clauser and Jennings Moore or Larry Mcafee and two Chil Dren his Mother tors Mary Mcafee and his sister miss Jessie of Indianapolis and or and mrs John Cartright of Delphi who have been at Oakdale Park Lor two weeks All returned to their Homes today the ladies of the Tippecanoe township Home economics club held their regular monthly meet ing thursday afternoon in the Pittsburg athletic Hall plans were discussed whereby the club might assist in sending some girl to the school to be conducted during the state fair week in Indianapolis this fall they planned to hold an All Day meting the third thursday in August make a number of articles which will be exhibited at the fair this fall in Delphi after the business session tear Garet Lybrook gave a Reading Joe Thomas Maxwell gave several Little readings and mrs Harry Henderson gave a piano Solo six women have been appointed three from White county and three irom Carroll to serve on a commit tee that will have charge of the women entertainment at the joint county farm Bureau picnic to be held at Camp Tecumseh on August 22nd the committee will also Nake arrangements for the Basket dinner which will be one of the big features of the Clay the women on the committee from Carroll county ire mrs George Thomas mrs John Kennard and mrs Charles doctor mrs v l Huey is tie chairman of the committee from White county the Date for the Chautauqua 1his year has been set Tor August 29 to september 2 the Midland Chautauqua company will furnish the attractions a new feature the year which will be added will be Means of transportation to the Park a Hack will leave the court House Square making trips to the Park an hour before the opening of the aft Proon and evening programs the fare will be five cents anyone who has extra room in their automobiles might pick up their friends there also a Meel lds of the guarantors Anc their wives will he held on tuesday evening july 29 at s Oclock at this meeting the following officer and committees will be elected and appointed president Secre tary treasurer Tice committee advertising committee grounds and tent committee and local Junior supervisor it is hoped to have r committee of four ladies each Day to meet the Chaut Aucia entertainers and to look after the Comfort of those who attend names of the guarantors for this years Chaut Aucia Are Harry e Reed h b Wilson James a j Goff c c Crampton Gus a Hall j a h Bowen c v or l i h Smith c m Wall Rev Ethel i Bert Lester o l Scales w s i Haslet Rev Rea Martin James a j shirk mrs Charles s Murphy c d Hoover Delphi journal Thomas Mccormick Forrest h Orr l m Ilei Dier Noah Landis e e mrs Pat Duffey of Indianapolis i is visiting in this City miss Mary Doolittle will spend the Day in Kokomo miss Jess Kuppenheimer will spend monday in Chicago miss Mary Halle is visiting friends in Marion Lud John Renner and Bob la Salie both of Wabash spent Friday eve Ning in this City miss Margaret Grigson left yesterday for Freemont and other Points of interest in the West miss Hazel Reed of Crown Point is spending her vacation with her parents in this City mrs Ella Conroy has returned from South Bend where she spent a week with relatives miss Crystobel Todd of Flora is the guest of her aunt mrs Fred me Kinsey of Riverside drive mrs Carl Wiler motored to Peru yesterday where she was a guest at the country club mrs Russell Wal Ter loser and son Bob have returned from a visit in Kokomo Robert and Tom Lerch of South Bend Are guests at the Conroy Home on Washington Street Lulu Hizer Kewanna was awarded the pair of shoes on last weeks Trade sales by the Schwier shoe store mrs h b styles formerly miss Lucille Bennett of Palm Beach and infant son Stanley Ben Nett have arrived for an indefinite stay with relatives mrs Stewart Lippman and mrs Glen Pearson and children of Evanston were the guests Fri Day of mrs Florence krauts Berger or and mrs b l Wright and guests or and mrs t d Mcgee of West Virginia and or and mrs r Hasfurder of Terre haute Mot ored to Lake Maxin Tuckee yester Day mrs James Harrison and son James Richard left yesterday for St Louis after several weeks visit with the formers parents or and mrs messenger of West Market Street j miss Nellie Maroney has resigned her position at the w h Porter drug store Mim Geraldine Ger Lach will accept the position held by miss Maroney and will take up her duties september 1 Pruitt w w gone Nosir r l Echart or f h Robinson Boyd p c Martin Harry Arnold it is reported that a cooperate re tires Hong ring has been organized n Hock Creek township and a new threshing outfit has been ordered the officers Are s p Clauser president Arthur Hiidebrand Secretary Nehru gun re treasurer Arthur Hildebrand will fur ish the Power Arthur Little will Lave charge of the separator and Frank Hinkle is Captain Ray Hyman county Surveyor yesterday completed the two cop ies of plans and Thuv copies of the specifications Demaght by the state Highway commission before it will appoint h stale inspector for seventeenth Street trip copies w turned Over to the Robuty auditor for mailing to the boned and it now i remains for the commission to Hyman snid yes Torbay that to thought adequate inspection had been provided by the1 county and City for this improvement hut that i lie was perfect to Monper ate with taxpayers who believed the state inspector necessary it they wanted Tho inspector Bud enough to have that added expense on the improvement the Surveyor says that every precaution has been j taken to insure nearly perfect a Street As possible so that the City have an example of first class Concrete paving and decide Between it Aud higher priced paving that is not proving so successful on Many City streets plans specifications estimates records on j the improvement Are open for pub Lic inspection Hyman states Henry Coleman competent Engineer and Foltzer Kinneman rep resenting the county and City respectively have Given undivided at Tention to the Street ant Are of the opinion hat it is Beins null correctly just when the state inspector will ural to remains to tic seen the laying of Concrete As far As Broadway will be finished monday find trucks without tags dub is it son contractors of the Stuart Road in Jefferson township were slated via sheriff Bowyer yesterday when he visited the scene of their Road building and found six motor trucks three in use without License in addition three Drivers were ordered to re port in the City monday to reason if any there be Why they did not have chauffeurs Dubols said he had the tags at his Home in Rochester nut Hud ire elected o put them on let us Stock your Coal bin free you like to have a ton o1 Coal dumped in your Coal bin that what were doing for every person who joins our heat Ola Kree Coal club before 16th makes you a member you can Puy for the meat Ola in easy install ments and you can have Ihu to Aulon set up i your Home at any time that kits your convenience As Yon know with this modern healer in your living room or Din ing room you lire assured Furnace compfort throughout the hopi re and smaller full Bills than youve Ever had before Hetrola come in and let us Tell you All about it Flanegin hardware co 310 Market St phone 111 free Coal july 26 to August 16 shoe see them All leather from 79c to Money savers every White Canvas shoe in our store must be sold at a Price in this Sale 200 pairs of ladies one strap slippers French Heel 100 pairs of ladies kid oxfords French Heel childrens 1strap gun Metal suffers 79c childrens kid and calf Oxford ties 79c mens Button shoes some Small and Large sizes in fact every Odd lot of shoes must be sold at some Price Klinsick 403 Broadway we Are participating in the merchants cooperative sales to awarded ask our salespeople for particulars

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