Garrett Clipper from Garrett, Indiana on November 4, 1957 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO GARRETT CLIPPER, GARRETT, INDIANA GARRETT CLIPPER MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1957 "fcllsfce Mondays aad Thursdays y ROY R. WILLIAMS Entered as second-class matter at the postoffice In Garrett, Indiana. Sl'BSCRIPTION RATES By Carrier In Garrett 15c week If Paid in Advance 1 year J6.00 Mail Rates, DeKalb County: 1 Year 14.50 6 Months $2.50 Mail Rates Outside DeKalb County: 1 Year $5:00 6 Months 2.75 1 No. B. & O. TIME TABLE EASTBOUND (Eastern Standard Time) 8 2:3d a m No. 10 3-04 D.m No. 28 7:57 p.m. No- 6 8:20 p.m. WESTBOUND (Central Standard Time) 9 3:59 a.m. 5 K-dO a m No. 25 5:27 a.m. No. 7 n:49 a-m. No. No. Loses Driver's License For a 30-Day Period Auburn city Judge Harold D. Stump imposed traffic fines on five motorists who appeared in c i t y court Wednesday afternoon and suspended driving privileges for one of them for a period of 30 days. The suspension was imposed on William M. Smith, Jr., Rt. 2, Gra-bill. The youth plead guilty to charges of speeding preferred by State Trooper Richard E. Crosley. In addition to the suspension, the court levied a fine of $10 with court costs of $14.75. Smith was arrested Oct. 26 for driving at speeds exceeding 90 miles an hour on state road 427 two miles south of Auburn. The other drivers, all of whom plead guilty in court, included: Gaylord E. Schowe, Rt. 2, Auburn; Mrs. Genevieve Casebere, Butler; Ferdinand R. Jedlicka, Point Comfort, Texas, and Clyde Lee Cherry of Detroit. Jedlicka, arrested Oct. 26 by State Trooper Richard E. Raul) on a charge of passing on a curve on state road 427 two miles south of Auburn, was fined $5 and costs of $14.75. Cherry, booked for speeding on South Wayne street in Auburn Oct. 23, was fined $1 and $6.75 costs. City police made the arrest. Schowe paid a fine of $5 and costs of $14.75. He was arrested by Sheriff Frank E. Carpenter Oct. 27 after investigation of a traffic accident that occurred on the Cemetery road south of Auburn. Schowe was cited for operating a car to the left of center. The vehicle, sideswiped another car near the crest of a hill. Passed a School Bus Mrs. Casebere was arraigned on a charge of passing a school bus while children were being discharged. The alleged offense was committed on the Auburn-Butler road northeast of Auburn. Harry Metcalf, a Union township school bus driver, said the offense was committed Oct. 18. He preferred the charges against Mrs. Casebere, who told the court she was unaware that it was illegal to pass a school bus when children were not required to cross the pavement to reach home. She was fined $5 and costs of $14.75. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Pankop of Rt. 1, Waterloo, are the parents of a daughter born at the Dr. Bonnell M. Souder hospital in Auburn at 4:18 p.m. Friday. The girl weighed six pounds, 11 ounces. A St. joe motorist, B-bard W. Feeburn, 36, was fined $50 and was given a suspended 60-day sentence in city court at Fort Wayne Thursday on a charge of reckless driving. In addition, his driver's permit was restricted to place of employment only for 60 days. Feeburn had pleaded guilty to a reckless driving charge after a drunken driving charge filed against him at the time of an accident Sept. 28 was continued indefinitely. His car and one driven by Inez T. Beard, 18, of Butler collided on State Road 427 in Fort Wayne. nr?nrY7 iii at a record LOW PRICE! (SIKIfiS. HE i (2(0). ir J mi T MODEL 418 W ' t 1 s V Trade EASY TERMS AVAILABLE JVJ W 0 Now Available In Garrett Area .Indiana's First Choice Bread Is Good Bread Ask Your Grocer HAPPY BltlTEIDAY i November 4 Denise McKenna. Mrs. E. Lacy Satterfield. Martha Jean Bloom. James E. Sapp. Everett Runion. Roger Woodcock. Mary Lou Odenkirk. November 5 Georgia Zoll. Mrs! Velda Grill. Jack Gardner McPheeters. Judith Ann Brinkerhoff. Mary Helen DeWitt. Mrs. Mary Fetter. Janice Ann Beeber. Mary Rose Tuttle. Mrs. J. W. Wilondek. Mrs. Artie Pound. rank Dennis. Ronald Williams. Mrs. Joe Koch. November 6 E. J. Simpson. Marilyn Ann Bassett. Beverly Burgo. Mary Rose Bendele. Gloria Traster. November 7 Sharon Kock. Anna Jamison. Jeffery Paul Bollan. Kenneth Fitch. Edward Allan Howard. Richard W. Westfall. Nancy Carol Kock. Basil Rowe. Ross Mossberger. William W. Rowe. James Smurr. Walter Ruhland. Wayne Creager. Harold Fell. Joan Mezydlo Haffner. Elaine Busz Platner. Helen Jones Campbell. Joseph E. McNamara. November 8 John Miller. Norma Irene Hixson. Clarence Starner. Elaine Brechbill. Mrs. Raymond Lyons. Venis Mowery. Lynn Kristine Haynes. Diane Ball. Frank Jones. Stanley Kolbe. November 9 Timothy Miller. Mrs. Alice Pinder. Dickie Allen Haag. Shirley Ann Cramer. Mrs. Jack Deuitch. Betty Lewis. Lois Russell. Valaria Joyce Evans. Vincent Jos. Ferlini. Mrs. Russell Owen. . Delia Klingler Redman. Mrs. Edward Cook. Bertha Dobbrick. Leisle Reasoner. Rosalind Ann Storer. November 10 Jack Jamison. Tommy Thrush. Margaret Erickson. C. M. Lewis. Mrs. J. M. Demske. Marlene Kennedy. W. J. Williams. Joan and Jean Neibele. Peggy Ann Hunter. Wayne Allen Denes. ESCAPES INJURY WHEN CAR HITS TREE IN A HEAVY FOG A state highway worker escaped injury early Friday morning when his automobile ran off a pavement in a heavy fog and cracked into a tree at the east edge of Waterloo. oiate irooper Richard Crosley, Deputy Sheriff Walter R. Schuster and Waterloo Policeman C. N. Al-bertson investigated. They said Burdette Charleswood, 58, of Rt. 1, Auburn, an employe of the state highway garage at Waterloo, was shaken up but did not require medical attention. The accident occurred about 12:45 a.m. Friday on old road 6 at me east eage oi Waterloo. Charles-wood, traveling west in a 1949 nevroiei, ran oti tfte pavement on the north side and the automobile plowed into a tree. Charleswood said he was unable to see when the car moved into a natrh of fog. Damage to the car was esti mated at fzw. Clipper classified ads pay. I Switch I fl h Modem Heating at Its very best MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1957 BUTLER CITY COUNCIL WILL CONSIDER GAS FRANCHISE An ordinance is being proposed to the Butler city council which will give the Northern Indiana Fuel & Light Co. of Auburn a franchise to sell, and distribute nautral gas in Butler and immediate vicinity. The public hearing on the ordinance will be held at the Butler city hall on Monday evening, November 18 at 8:00 o'clock. The proposed ordinance goes into detail as to the responsibilities of both the gas company and the city. It also stipulates that the gas company must have its service in Butler within one year. A similar ordinance was passed about a year and a half ago, awarding a gas distribution franchise to the Consumers Natural Gas company, a subsidiary of the Ohio Gas company of Bryan, O. However, in that ordinance the gas company was given a two-year period in which to brine its service into Butler. The two-year clause in that ordinance will not be up until next May but it appears that the Bryan company will be unable to procure gas for the Butler area by that time. It is understood that the Northern Indiana Fuel & Light Co. has the necessary allocation of natural gas trom tne Federal Power Commission, and is ready to bring gas into the Butler area vet this fall. The Auburn concern has been negotiating the purchase of the Butler franchise which is held by Consumers, but no agreement has been reached. In the meantime the Bohn Al uminum & Brass comDanv. which is building a new plant at the west eage ot Butler, is ready for gas. It is said that the city of Butler can award gas distribution franchises to both gas companies. AUTO RAMS HEAVY TRUCK ON U.S. 6 NEAR CORUNNA A 1956 Chevrolet driven by a Waterloo man, Carl A. Rennwald. 48, rammed the rear of a tractor- trailer on U.S. 6 Friday evening after the truck driver had stopped behind a school bus. State Trooper V. E. Osborn said Rennwald escaped possible serious injury when the truck driver. Rob ert V. McMonigal, 50, Rt. 3, Au burn, observed the skidding car approaching and moved forward closer to the bus. The school bus, driven by Clarence Pease of Rt. 1, Corunna, had stopped on the highway at the west edge of Corunna to discharge children. The trooper said Rennwald saw the brake lights flash on the tractor-trailer but did not realize he was stopping behind a school bus. He slammed on his brakes when he spotted the bus and- his car skidded into the rear of the trailer. Rennwald had nearly stopped his car before the impact. Damage to the car was estimated at only $40. There was no damage to the tractor-trailer or the school bus. The mishap occurred about 4 p.m. DON'T GET CAUGHT WITH YOUR ANTI-FREEZE IN THE SALES ROOM Antifreeze is at it's best in your car's radiator. Be safe - be ready - buy it now! BARCUS SERVICE Phone 712 DcKALB CO. GIRL INJURED i in an ACCIDENT JN FOG An accident that hannMiPri nn fog-shrouded road three-quarters of a mile north of Newville late Thursday night was reported to wepuiy onemi uorsie A. Likens Friday morning. The deputy said a 16-year-old girl, Roaslie Farmer. T?t 9 rc ler, suffered a cut on her' right iooi ana Druises in the accident. She was treated by a physician! The driver of the car, Roger Imhoff, 17, Rt. 1, Butler, escaped with minor bruises. The boy said the accident occurred about 11:30 p.m. Thursday. He said he was driving south on the county road towards Newville in a 1949 Chevrolet. The driver told the deputy it was. foggy and he failed to see me curve wnen his car entered a heavy patch of fog. The vehicle went into the ditch and traveled for 100 feet before it plowed into an embankment. The car did not upset. Damage to the automobile was. estimated at $200. BIDS ON TWO AUTOS FOR DEKALB CO. SHERIFF'S DEPT. Bids on two new 1958 model automobiles for use as patrol cars for the DeKalb county sheriff's department will be accepted Thursday, Nov. 14, by the county board of commissioners. Under 1957 legislative act, counties were directed to purchase patrol cars for the use of sheriffs and deputies while on duty. Specifications on file in the office of County Auditor Oliver D. Op-dycke call for 4-door sedans with V-8 motors of at least 250 horsepower, completely equipped to include 12-volt electrical systems and one extra set of four wheels equipped with snow tires. The patrol cars wiB be marked according to specifications adopted by the county sheriffs' standard car marking and uniform commission of the state. Sheriff Frank E. Carpenter was a member of the commission appointed by Gov Harold W. Handlev. " . , j uaic iui me tars IS Jan. 1. Fire At Farm Home Causes $400 Damage Auburn city firemen, aided by a steady rain, extinguished a fire that broke out in the Robert Rup- pert residence in Jackson township southeast of Auburn Wednesday night and caused damage estimated at $400. The farm residence is owned by Mrs. Arthur Friend, Rt. 2, Auburn. The loss was covered by insurance with the DeKalb county Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance company. Auburn Fire Chief Gilbert Potter said the farm home is located one and one-half miles south of the Rehoboth Methodist church and about six miles southeast of Auburn. Firemen were summoned at & 8:55 p.m. after' the blaze was dis- tuvereu Dy me ituppert cnuaren. Firemen said a steady rain kept the flames from spreading on the roof after it broke through from the attic. The fire chief reported that Ruppert carried water to the attic to throw on the blaze until firemen arrived. Firemen had the blaze under control within 15 minutes after they arrived at the scene. They were at the home about an hour. According to the fire chief, the frame house may have gone up in flames had it not been for the rain. The fire was blamed on a defective chimney feeding from a coal fur- . nace. The fire apparently started in the attic and spread to the roof. A four-foot square section of the roof was burned through. The fire also damaged one wall of an upstairs bedroom. The world would be better off if there were fewer busy-bodies and more bodies busy. Auctioneer Realtor Russell Kruse Auburn, Ind. Ph. 1565 No Sale 2 Large or 2 Small Read Your Own Clipper. Tallihi club was entertained at a dessert bridge Thursday evening by Mrs. Donald Kleeman of 1009 South Randolph street. Mrs. Richard Lewis and Mrs. Patrick J. Purdy received the prizes and the travel prize was awarded to Mrs Earl Creager. Mrs. Jack Barnes was a guest. The next hostess will be Mrs. Earl Clark on Nov 14 MODERN Wrap Around Windshield Service OWEN GLASS SHOP 522 N. Cowen Phone 474 Garrett CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH and the exclusive IMPERIAL R. L. H0LBEN AUTO CO. SO Years Experience in Servicing All Cars O GARRETT CARS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED O CALL 55-W AUBURN "117" TP TTTT T TT) DOC $A DOLLAR JgL For Faster loan SERVICE nd Financing Telephone Us Firsl r- fTl nnlrlln it I 4. Franklin r n it ' 4 FOR SALE IN GARRETT 501 S. Cowen Two story home, hardwood floors, new kitchen, new bath up and 1-2 bath down, oil heat, 3 bedrooms, enclosed front and rear porches. You'll like both the house and the price. 101 1 S. Franklin Truly a fine, distinctive home only 3 years old. One floor plan, 3 bedrooms, colored bath, hot water heat, double garage. Home has the dream kitchen you've always wanted- Large lot 130x140 feet plus other features you are bound to like. WIDLE REAL ESTATE REALTORS 219 E. 7th Auburn Phone 269-W Auburn Phone 35-W Garrett CURRENT EARNINGS ON SAVINGS ORGANIZED OCTOBER 15, 1925 Assets Now Accounts Insured to $10,000 1st MORTGAGE LOANS Over 5 Million Dollars) SAVINGS ACCOUNTS (Over 5 Million Dollars) Deposit by 10th, and tarn from 1st of henth. Finance Co HOKE OIL CO. Phone G&rrett 124 i io n. r: sin Acm, End. PS:::) 7C3 AND LOAN ASSOCIATION i I

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