Cyrus Peabody Civil War Banquet Aug 18 1922 Ft Wayne Sentinel page 2
day, August 18, u - TWO SOUTH BEND YOUNG MEN ARE DROWNED NEAR STURGIS 8wclal to On New. Stntlnc ) BTimoiH. Mich , Aug" 18 Max Koteckl nnd Btoroft Krane, both resl - ilentfi of Houttt llcnd, were drowned ystorday In Klnh lake. nnt of tie re Thety had come to the lak with a party of other young men to spend the day. After cstlna their lunch, they put on their hathlmt HUlts and started out Into the lako In a row boat. "When only about 30 feet from the ntiore the boat upset and both were thrown Into the wator. Koteekt called for help and Kram went to his aid. Doth went down and never oame up The bodies had not been recovered at a, late hour yesterday. CIVIL WAR VETS BANQUET (Special to ths Mswi Srotlns! WABASH, lnd. Aur. IS VauntingVaunting VauntingVaunting - their laok of superatltloua na. tures", IS Civil war veterans, whose aces totaled 1,040 years gathered at ths horns of Oeorse Miller hers Thifrsday to enjoy a sumptuous dinner dinner as his jruest. Ths old veterans had m lively time, rememberlne; only their youth and relatlpa - experiences of their sollder days whl(s serving ths union causs, . t Those assembled to partake of ths splendid dinner prepared by Mrs. John. T - aSalle, Mrs. William Maurer and Miss Daisy Miller weret Frank llrewer. It! Alexander Hess, IS; Train C, McClure, 71; Cyrus Peabody, . Lasro; Al Abbott, 81, Iaro; A. F. Bbblnahouse, at; Harry Harry Wheeler, 81 William Dedrlok, SO; Aaron' .Gardner, It; John Nlo. cum, 19) Jamea P. Rosa, 7; Chris - r JJm . ww .a rt - . m.t T. vxfiiH uunri.n ii. niiu ..iirie.r .. mi,r. 7. Other guests st Ihe party, wsrei ' Mr and Mis Charles tASalle. Indl - nnapolla; I'aullne lrntt, John La Hallo and Mrs. Orley drey. C Ine - Davis Family neurdon. (Hpnel to the Nntlivl.) PORTLAND, lnd, Aus. ll - The reunion of the Cllne and Davis families families will be held on Sunday. Aurust 20, In the grove one - half mils wsat of Salem, near the home of Joseph? Cllne, on the Jay - Randolph count line. Chautauqua Cloaea Sunday (HnwHsl te the Ifsws - sVntlnsI ) . UOONIEIl, lnd, Aug. 11 The I.lfronler Chautauqua will close, SunjV day with a union service - conducted by the Rev, Karl Naftager, of Winona, In the mornlnr. assisted In ths maela iy Mrs, paftsKtr, Tn Flwces, dra matlo entertainers, - will appear both ' afternoon and night - An address will be given at t o'clock In ths afternooa by Uot, V. I Harding, of Iowa. a ' ,Ai Miller Family ftetuiltt. AJ, - RpHsl Is the Msm - Bntuiet ' STUIIOI8. Mich., Aug. U. Thf annual reunion of ths Miller family was held yeatkrdar at Cedar iMhm lnd. Thoss front hers who attended ths reunion arel lit. and Mrs, Fred Kurts. Mr. and Mrs. Charles' Btroudt Mrs. Henry Gawthrop, Mr. and Mrs. , R. M. Oawthrop. .Mr. and Mrs. Miles C. Miller and Mr., and Mrav'Ray v. Maddoar. " 4 ' ,m . ... i "'a Hear Hdn. James P.YIl - son, of Bloomingtbn, Indr, at Lakeside Park tomorrow, evening. "