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GRANDMOTHER IS 29 AND MOTHER OF CHILD IS 13 SEYMOUR, Ind.—The little town of Kurz near here today- claimed among its inhabitants the youngest grandmother and mothor In the staff. A daughter was born to Mrs. Ralph Croucher, age thirteen, yesterday. Her mother. Mrs. Hulbert Edwards, is twenty-nine ,and her father, age 'thirty-two. CHARLES P, WAGNER DIES LAST NIGHT Charles P. Wagner, 70, operator of a cigar store on Pearl street, this city, died at 6:30' o'clock last night at the home of his sister, Urg. Elizabeth Day, Indianapolis. He had been at the home several days, having gone there following a stroke of paralysis. Surviving are a brother, John J. Wagner of this city and two sis- ;ers, Mrs. Manning, and Mrs. Day, both of Indianapolis. The body wag returned to the Kroeger and son funeral home to day. where It wlil remain until the time of the funeral. Rites will he conducted at the St. Joseph Catholic church at fl o'clock Saturday morning. Path 0 " Aichlnger in charge. Burial wT be made in St. Vincent cemetery. Down to the sea!" is the cry of society these days as Old Man Mercur* seeks new altitude records. Here are some New York socialites disport- ang at exclusive Southampton, L. I. At left, Mrs. Nicholas Holmsen takes to tne surf; upper ri^ht, little Miss Cynthia Foy amuses herself between dips, and lower right, Billy Thaw, 4th, makes quite a splash as he _ cools off. SHOW NUMBER OF POLLS IN COUNTY The number of persons against which poll taxes are assessed this year in Cass county is shown in a report prepared by J. D. Flssel, county assessor. In Logansport the total is 3,149. Figures for other taxing units foi- ,low: Adams twp., 173; Bethlehem 142, Boone 164, Cay 110, Clinton 154, Dear Creek 184, Eel 63, Harrison 180, Jackson 139, Jefferson 163, Miami 145, Noble 180. Tipton 188, Washington 170, Galveston 103, Onward 26, Walton 97, and Royal. Center 132. CASS CLUB BOYS ON TOUR TODAY Eileen Schweier. 2230 Broadway. !s (home from Lake Maxlnkuckee. She visited Pauline .Tenkines. Starting from the court house at 9 o'clock today boys of the Cass county colt clul), accompanied by T. P. Brown of Purdue and James E. Little, will make their annual tour. Those expected to make the trip are Maurice Nich- 018, Donald Martin, Earl Martin Rodney Martin, Tom Kitchel Richard Tayolr, Leonard Burton Gerad Buskirk, Kenneth Newell, Joe Smith, Willard Fultz, Robert Purdue and Don Hunter. West Canal street, has filed a-cros* complaint in which he asserts his wife cursed him, mistreated the children, and stayed away from home at night. .He asks custody of the three minor children. The couple married February 9, 1921, and separated a month ago, ROSS BROWN DIES AT CARROLL HOME FLORA, Ind., Aug. 3—Ross Brown, residing one and-half miles south of Cutler, died 'early today at his home. He -had been in iil health for some time. Surviving besides the* widow aro three sons and four daughters residing at home and one daughter Mrs. Jack McKinney of Sand Point, Idaho. Funeral arran$em°enis are pending. ?•'-, Hoosier Editor office, 3.16 17th St. NIAGARA FALLS FOR Ltive Logsncport 12:37 i. m, Saturday August 12 Returning, leave Niagara Fall* 2 pm, Sunday, August 13. Tickets good in Reclining Chair Cars and Coaches. No baggage checked. See WabasK Agent for tickets and details. DA II Ml) W A B A S H TRIP

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  1. Logansport Pharos-Tribune,
  2. 03 Aug 1933, Thu,
  3. Page 9

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