Mugivan 10 Years Ago 6-16-1934

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Mugivan 10 Years Ago
6-16-1934 - yesterday, 7 to 6. The game was interesting...
yesterday, 7 to 6. The game was interesting from start to finish. Shuman, the old Otto pitcher, pitched for the Paragone. The farmers of Cass county are complaining of great damage done by the horde of rabbits that infest tibe country. 10 Years Ago The corner stone for the new Center Baptist church will be laid Sunday with appropriate ceremonies. Rev. Steinkraua of Logansport will deliver the address on the occasion. The commencement or eighth grade pupils of Boone township will be held June 21 and Trustee Joe Kistler announces the follow. Ing boy» and glrte to receive diplomas: Josephine Schlegelmllch, Henry Klapp, Raymond Schlegelmilch, Donald Etnlre, Irene Harvey Bdith Htpes. George Borders, Donald Coleman, Wilbur Berkshire, Janice Million. Bva Costelto, Donald King, Alice Skill en, Edward Wisely and Dorothy Wolfe. An old grey horse, totally blind, which bad stumbled over the embankment ot Bel river at the Sixth street bridge, provided a forty-five minute rescue task for police and Sheriff Walter Bowyer this morn Ing. Born to Mr. and !*rz. Earl Hyman of near Young America, a daughter, Joan. The mother was formerly Miss Hasel dine of near Camden. James H. Shaffer and son, Cloyd of Hollywood, Calif., are visiting in the oity for the ftrat time since the former left X years ago. Tihey are visiting Mr. Shaffer's father, Theodore Shaffer, on Biddle's Island. Jerry Mugivan, nationally known showman, has purchased the Wai- ace interests in the Wabash Val- vel Trust company, giving him a controlling interest. Mrs. H. H. Snyder, 323 Cliff Drive was injured in an auto accident south road. of Pulton on the Michigan Winamac Funeral services for Joe Nice, who was killed late Wednesday evening, by a hit and run driver were held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at the Kennedy funeral home. Rev. V. V. Hackley in charge. Burial was made in the Winamac cemetery. On Wednesday afternoon, June 20 the Indian Creek Home Economics club will entertain the busy bee 4-H club at the school house from 3 to 4 o'clock. The next meeting of the H. B. C. will be an all day meeting with a covered dish dinner Local Theatre LUJfA Sunday, Monday, Tuesday—"Little Sullavan and Douglass Montgomery. Wednesday, Thursday—"Twentieth Carole Lombard. Short subjects Friday, Saturday—"The Crime of and Shirley Grey and "Thrill Sunday. Monday, Tuesday—"Many

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  1. Logansport Pharos-Tribune,
  2. 16 Jun 1934, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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