Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana on September 14, 1944 · 14
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LAFAYETTE JOURNAL AND COURIER Thursday Evening:, September 14, 1914 u Monon Child Is Fatally Injured MONON. Sept. 13. Eddie Dean Curwick, son . of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Curwick, of Monon, died at his home this evening of injuries he had sustained soon after 4 o'clock when he was struck by a car as he was crossing the street near the Methodist church- The lad was returning home from schooL TKe car was driven by Lon Reed of Monon. , Surviving with the parents are several brothers and sisters. Body at the residence after Thursday noon. Services at 2 p. m. Friday at the Baptist church. Henry funeral home in charge. v Way rie town WAC Meets Churchill ' WAYNETOWN, Sept. 14. 1st Lt. Vivian B. Watson was introduced to Prime Minister Churchill by Lieut. Gen. Mark W.Clark during the prime minister's visit to Italy. The prime minister said "How are you?" She replied, "I'm fine, thank you, sir," and writing to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Bible, of the episode, com mented, "Now, wasn't that a brilliant conversation?" Lieut. Watson is located at Fifth army headquarters as commanding officer of the 6669th Wac headquarters platoon, in Italy. This unit is known as General Clark's Wac's and is farther forward than any other group of Wacs. Lieut. Watson once visited the front line, riding in a jeep. ' Her Wac unit was one of many organizations included among the troops inspected by Mr. Churchill. Lieut. Watson just missed seeing the king of ling-land. GREEN HILL Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lonsford, of Tennessee, are visiting his sister, Mrs. Ella Shoaf Mrs. Evelyn Fischer had as guests her brother, W. O. Thomas Wilson and wife and mother, Mrs. Vivian Wilson Edgar Shoaf, who has been a surgical patient at Culver hospital, Crawfordsville, has returned home Mrs. Gertrude Wilson of Potomac, 111., is the guest of J. W. Franklin and family Mrs. Walter Watkins and children and Sam Howard Biddle of Tippecanoe City, Ohio, visited relatives and friends here W. O. and Mrs. Tommy Wilson were given an old-fashioned charivari. Prompt, efficient, skilled attention for all type. Your brake. we adjuttt them will not bind, burn or drag but hold as they ehonld when called on in emergency or onus! erery-day driving, ?B" ORTEE SERVICE 11 8. Third fit. Phono 33SS t. - r - i Sheerest of the Sheer vanities 51 Gaugt ! J-NEUMODE HOSIERY SHOP Headquarters of Democrats Open Democratic County Chairman Oscar M. Pipes announced Thursday that democratic headquarters for the present campaign had been established in the Fowler hotel building, in a Fourth street room formerly occupied by the Navy club. The hours are 9 to 5 daily. Party activities' will be centered there. Miss Bessie Bane, vice chairman of the county committee, is in charge. Mrs. Loretta McManus has been named deputy registration clerk who ''will assist callers in making sure they are properly registered to vote in November. v ' Kentland Man Coach at Goodland TfFVTT.AND. SeDt. 12. George Clark has been employed as coach A i.,friixnr in nhvsical educa tion unA hisrorv in the Goodland high school. The family will con tinue to reside here. . . . Mr and Mrs. Bruce Williams, have returned from Barron, Wis., where they visited the . latter's mother. The Williams' are announcing the recent adoption of a baby boy. FIRST GAME KVntland hieh school's football ill onpn Sent. 15. when the local team meets St. Joseph Academy, of Rensselaer on me Dixon field here. Miss Marian Wilson has enter ed Indiana university, Blooming-, ton. Tr Harrv McColley and daughter, are leaving soon for At lanta, Ua., wnere tne iawer wu. attend school. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Wallace and daughter have returned to Chicago after a visit with the Seth family. Mrs. Herbert Richcreek and children, of Rock- port, 111., are in Wolcott witn relatives following a visit here at the Richcreek home. Mrs. Raymond O'Neil has returned from San Diego, where she had been with her husband, who has left for overseas duty. Pvt. E. E. Shrimplin, grandson of . Mrs. Philip Gagnon, has returned to Boca Raton Field, Fla., after visiting here. Pvt. Kenneth Smith was home on a furlough from Fort Meade, Md. Mrs. Howard Washington and son Angus David have gone to Ellison Bay, Wis., for the benefit of the latter, who suffers with asthma. Miss Carolyn Sondgerath is here f a snprirl a vacation from the U. S. Cadet Nurses' training school at St. JSiizabetn nospixai. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pierce. Mrs. Doris Ramp of Lafayette is visiting her son and her par- Convicted by Jury Setti Mark) Carahoff. 56. of 2824 Levering avenue, was con-viffpri of a liauor law violation in a jury trial at the Lafayette city court Wednesday. Charged witn selling liquor without a license, h was fined S25 and court costs of $22,7 of which $12 was paid to the Jury members. Judge ineo- dore J. Smith presided. Watch out for tt 'ssssEgSbr. that Book-imp under your foot ! IT CAN KNOCK 200 AMIES OUT OF YOU A10T0R IN ONE MINUTE V; 1J 1 A SO Jr.?-. ou14 . . .,ttet To e toil -.5 . ..flu: Wader, :nj .natr oil drtia in -ctot f' n ' tmed-"P driving. new. d;r... th,t vn-.. 8ai"o- ep cn the sMore 0u turn on TP MRS. PEARL J. PALUMBO Mrs. Pearl J. (Corso) Palumbo, 50, widow of Charles Palumbo, 378 North Comstock street, Wabash, died at the Wabash county hospital Thursday at 5:15 a. m. She and her late husband were owners of the Wabash Produce com pany. Mrs. Palumbo was well known in Lafayette, where, she had visited her sisters, Mrs. Charles Minardo and Mrs. Mike Minardo. She also leaves her mother, a daughter and three other brothers. Services Monday at 9 a. m. at St. Bernard's church, Wabash. Wire funeral home in charge. MRS. CLINTON EISENIIART FLORA, Sept. 14. Mrs. Myrtle Elise (McCrary) Eisenhart, 58, wife of Clinton Eisenhart, died this morning at 10:15 at her home here. - Born in Carroll county, she married Nov. 25, 1932. She was a member of the Flora Methodist church and a charter member of the "20 and 5" club. Besides her husband, she leaves a brother, Martin Eisenhart, Flora, and four sisters, Britha McCrary, Miss Knova Riggle and Mrs. Ed Young, Flora, and Mrs. Earl Ferguson, Kokomo. Body at Leiter funeral home. Services, Saturday at 2:30 m. MRS. BARBARA BROVONT ROSSVILLE. Sept. 13. Mrs. Barbara (Metzger) Brovont, 80, widow of Daniel Brovont, died of cancer at her come two and a half miles southwest of here to day. Born in Carroll county, she was married m ane Deiong- d to the Old Order Baptist church. Survivors are a son, El mer lirovont, ana seven step children: Mrs. Laura Saxton, Cus ter, Mich.; Mrs. Amanda Trowbridge, Gladwin, Mich.; John Bro vont, Mulberry; William Brovont, Sunfield, Mich.; Louis Brovont and Mrs. Orpha Adams, Davidson, Mich., and Mrs, Robert Cameron, Saginaw, Mich. Services at 2 p. m. Friday at the Old Order church. Body at residence after 2 m. Thursday. ALBERT HUGHES FLORA, Sept. 13. Albert Hughes. 57, died at St. Elizabeth hospital, Lafayette, today. Born in Carroll county, he was a son of James and Emma (Nipple) Hughes. Surviving are a step-daughter, Mrs. Opal Hoff of Flora, five brothers and sisters, Mrs. Fred Hannell, Delphi; Jess, Flora; Per ry, Kokomo; Mrs. Goldie Zeller, Chicago; and a sister in -Florida. Funeral will be held Thursday at p. m. at Leiter funeral home. V Warren Selectees Leave for Service WILLIAMSPORT, Sept. 14. Following Warren county young i men have gone to H. Harrison for induction into the armed forces: John Jordan, Charles Lawrence Urvan, jr., Monroe Hall, Alan Jav Switzer. Bruce Andrew Gee, jr.,--and Oliver Daniel Land-reth. FAREWELL PARTY Miss Eurith Houck entertained 45 friends at the home or ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hauck, a farewell and in observance of her birthday. Miss Hauck has since eone to cicero. wnere sne entered Indiana Academy for spe cial commercial training. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kerst have received word that their son, De- vere, who is in the accounting de partment of the -army air forces, at Tampa, Fla., has been pro moted to corporal. fjff nr? TWra Vprnnn Tflfrp nnrl daughter will move soon from Boyer street to the property re cently vacated by Glenn Cowgill and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Held have moved into the Dwight Snead property on East Third street, which they recently purchased. PAPER COLLECTION Collection of waste paper in this community will be held Saturday, Sept. 16, by young people of the Methodist church. It is expected to canvass the entire community on the one day, in teams of two. Miss Glenna Dean Carlson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. El- wood Carlson, of Williamsport, has resigned her position at Har rison Steel plant and taken a po sition in the office of the Attica Ledger Tribune. Mrs. Eivvood Anderson has re ceived word from her sister, Mrs. Cecil Day, saying she is improv ing. Burns received irom an -ex plosion a few weeks ago are heal ing satisfactorily. v Meeting- Tonight The September meeting of the Lafayette Navy club will be held this evening, at 8 at the Legion home. Sailors, marines or coast guardsmen stationed here or on leave are invited to attend. v Soldiers Home Lillian Drake has returned from furlough and was assigned to Benton cottage. Mrs. Ruth Frohuerath, daugh ter of Chaplain and Mrs. Otis Jones, is visiting them for a lew days. Her husband is a cnier physical instructor in the navy and has been transferred from Camp Wallace, Texas, to Great Lakes. Mrs. Mary Long of the Widows' home, is in the hospital for treatment. TAX LEVY SLASHES ORDERED BY BOARD (Continued From Page One) CHANGE TO V.I.P. Oil, TODAY. . ove up to 200 milt on vry sfort-up . . mok your motor last 50 longer than it would with ordinary oil. 35$ PER QUART GASOLINE POWERS THE ATTACK DON'T WASTE A DR Gaiofin onJ Oif n h long Run THE OHIO OIL COMPANY PRODUCERS OF PETROLEUM SINCE US? money; too low estimates on miscellaneous revenue; inclusion of improper items in the budget, and too great operating balances were among the considerations which led the board to make reduc tions. CIVIL CITY CUT The county general fund levy of 23c was approved, - as were all West Lafayette ' levies. For Lafayette, the civil city levy had two mills cut from the park levy and five mills from the sinking fund. One-half cent was cut from the tuition levy of the Lafayette school city. Township reductions were or dered as follows: Fairfield Poor relief, five mills; township, eight-tenths of a mill; tuition,' five mills; school bonds. four mills. and library, two tenths of a mill. Total, 1.5c. Jackson Tuition, 9c. Lauramie Tuition, 2c. Randolph Tuition, 4c. Sheffield Tuition, 2c. Union Tuition. 5c. Wayne Tuition, 10c. Wea Tuition. 3C. All others were approved. "...airs UUKHiu u- IT3:.;-1, '5 ! : rARSii ! 1 NEVER SO MANY STAR SI I NEVER, ANYWHERE, A PICTURE LIKE fTt F . U li J . Diraelad by Jlin Duviviar Produced Boris Morro and S. NOW SHOWING Feature No. 2 ITe nn Eats smash thews' ; "Trljy Children's Dancing Classes Open Saturday, Sept. 16 PHONE 159 00,1 J ; ' . - r : ! .:!"- .- .. ; - -i-' - . :;: - J . . - i f . Vi, f - ? rr JtL frW I f J1" S. 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