The Kokomo Tribune from Kokomo, Indiana on November 16, 1955 · Page 41
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The Kokomo Tribune from Kokomo, Indiana · Page 41

Kokomo, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 16, 1955
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Tiptbn and Miami County News Tiptc ton Corn Down 15 Per Cent president of the Seventh District, and Roger Hupp, chosen youth representative on the Indiana Youth Crop Other district officers chosen by more than 400 youths from a score of churches in this area were Bob Thrasher, president of South Side Firearms were stolen from the Christian Church, Kokomo, and Pat TIPTON (Tribune Area Special) —Tipton County's corn harvest nearing the final stages of picking b good in quality but not up to the quantity predicted early in the cummer, the county agricultural office disclosed. Nationwide this year's crop the second largest in history, but in Tipton County the current crop ranks below several other seasons in quantity with yields ranging from 77 to 170 bushels per acre or about an average of 125 bushels per acre countywide. The corn borer, stalk rot, wet 1 weather in June, dry weather in Two Peru Stores Robbed Of Guns and Ammunition Maudlin,'secretary of Main Street sometime Monday night, according Christian Church, also of Kokomo. Tipton church's-minister, the Rev. the consecration service arranged by Christian Youth Fellowship members of the church. Miss Patricia Mullins led singing, and Miss Wright welcomed youths to the conference. PERU—(Tribune Area Special)— Firestone store, 36 W. Fifth St.. to Police Captain Marion Newby. Gflbert Herod, assistant to the Saturday night Three: guns; were August, and created about a 15 per cent loss locally. I Other major county staple crops of wheat, oats and soy beans were good to above average. Wheat was of good quality and hit a fair 45 bushels average. Oats was above average with a 105- bushel .overall crop and soy beans just harvested averaged out slightly better than 30 bushels countywide. County farmers have now about caught up with fall wheat sowing, the office said and most fall plowing is completed. Held on Leaving Charge A Tipton man, John Miller, R. R. j, was released from the Tipton County hospital Tuesday where he was under treatment for injuries sustained In a tractor-auto accident last Friday on U. S. 31 only to be arrested by the county sheriff's office. He was charged with leav ing the scene of the accident. Sheriff Paul Grimme said Miller, driver of the tractor, ran from the accident site Friday and was not found until three hours later by Hospital Notes Admissions: Mollie Johnston Forest; Betty Arnett, Tipton; Stanley Durham, Tiptjon; Margaret De- Hority, Elwood; Vassel Henderson, Tipton; D. P. Nash, Sharpsville; Mark Passwater, Lapel; Guerney Gillispe, Tipton; Mae Terhune, Tipton; Mary Jo Price, Kirklin. Dismissals: Grace Gilbert, Greentown; Sharon Stroup, West Lafayette; Mary Jo Price, Kirklin; Lucena Morrison. Noblesville; Helen Hopkins, Elwood; Burl Lilly, Tipton; John Miller, Kokomo. stolen from Don Sharp's Sporting at 15 N. Wabash St.. and from all indications, police said it was apparent that the break-ins were perpetrated by the same individuals. The Firestone breakin was reported by Richard Yentes, an em- ploye at the store, who opened the place* for business about 9 o'clock Tuesday morning. An investigation showed that two shot guns, one valued at $120.95 :ers. Peru's application for a new armory is still 13th on the state's list of proposed armories. Sign New Contract A new work contract at Bailey Manufacturing Company has been signed by representatives of the Local 3178 of the International Union of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America and company negotiators. Additional benefits granted by the company amounted to an approximate 8 per cent increase and included an additional week of paid vacation to employes with the company over five years. Included is an increase in vacation payments and the other valued at $69.95. had l °J aU ""ose on the payroll more . . . i ._ ^-i._^_ L- 11-- i—;u- - than two years. Emninves eet onp •heriff deputies. John Vlahakis, Indianapolis, driver of the auto was also injured in the accident which demolished both the tractor and auto. Two Tipton Youths Elected Two youths from West Street Christian Church have assumed their duties as officers of the Seventh District of the Christian Churches of Indiana. They were elected during the weekend youth conference staged here. Elected were Olicn Wright, vice CLASSES IN AIL TYPE DANCING • MARTHA MILLER Dancing School Fhoiw S-433S Births KELSO—Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Kelso, Mitchell R. R. 2, a girl, Pamela Rae, 7 pounds, 7 ounces, at 4:05 a. m., Tuesday, at the hospital in Bedford. The mother is the former Miss Evelyn Kelsay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Kelsay, Kokomo R. R. 6- BROWN—Mr. and Mrs. Jacob E; Brown, St. Augustine, Fla., a girl, 9 pounds, Wt ounces, Nov. 10, at Flagler Memorial Hospital, in St. Augustine. The mother, formerly Miss Doris Kee, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Kee of Greentown R. R. 1. AT ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL OYLER—Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oyler, 1716 S. Market St., a girl, Dawn Marie, 6 pounds, 4 ounces, at 10:59 a. m., Sunday. COOK—Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cook, Hemlock, a boy, Gregory Dale, 9 pounds, 11 ounces, at 4:32 p. m., Tuesday. The mother is the former Miss Laura Belle Bone of Galveston. JONES—Mr. and Mrs. William Jones, 1205 S. Elizabeth St., a girl, Mclanie Colleen, 6" pounds, 10 ounces, at 10:33 p. m., Tuesday. The mother was formerly Miss Hazel Strope. HUFTY—Mr. and Mrs. William Hufty, 2508 Sherman Dr., a boy. iKim Taylor, 7 pounds, 9 ounces, i 11:11 p. m., Tuesday. been stolen. Entry to the building was gained through a window at the north end of the building. Thieves took a box in a desk drawer which contained about $5 in stamps. At the Sharp-'store, two rifles, a revolver, several boxes of ammunition and -about $15 in change was stolen. The intruders used the same methods of operation, gaining entry to the building by breaking out a window at the rear of the store. Peru police are attempting to link an abandoned car found behind the Sharp .store with the Saturday night robbery. The car was stolen from Swayzee Sunday night after two youths were seen loitering in the area in which the vehicle was parked. Gain Full Control of Boston Stores Edward and Richard Zimmerman and their mother, Mrs. Abraham Zimmerman, Peru, gained full control of the seven-store Boston Store Chain with the purchase of stock formerly owned by Jacob Flox. Terms, of the negotiation were not disclosed. Abraham Zimmerman was Flox's partner in the chain until his death in 1954. Edward Zimmerman was namec new president of the chain while his brother, Richard was namec secretary. The Zimmermans said there would be no change in the chain's policy or personnel. The chain includes stores in Kokomo, Peru, Wabash, Tipton, Rochester, Plymouth and Goshen. Purchases Armory Building Officials of the Indiana Bottlec Gas Co., located in the old telephone building on West Fifth St. have _purchased the building now occupied by the National Guard on North Broadway. It was not learned how, soon the company would move to its new quarters. Charles Fehlinger, local commander of the National Guard, said the Guard is now looking for new quar that Christmas morning Jook is yours forever in just GO seconds with the astounding, low-priced _ POLAROID HIGHLANDER/ CAMERA [This is the camera that's the talk of the nation! This is the high-quality, low- priced instrument that delivers finished pictures in 60 seconds. It's a package of fun and cheer for everyone. • Ifi «aiy to uu. 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The company had previously paid for Christmas, Thanksgiving, Fourth of July and Labor Day with Memorial Day being included in the annual vacation week. Insurance benefits which are on a non-contributory basis were increased by the company about 75 per cent. Present employment at Baileys is 110 with an average annual employment of about 95. Seek Possession of Real Estate Possession of real estate and damages of $1,000 are sought in a complaint in ejectment filed in Miami Circuit Court Tuesday by John R. Guyer and Annabelle Guyer against Ovid R. and Ruby D. Ecklebarger. The Guyers state they purchased real estate from the defendants last Oct. 24 and that the defendants are still retaining possession. They ask 'or immediate possession and claim hey have been damaged $1,000 .hrough failure of the Ecklebargers to relinquish the property. Mrs. Leon Lunsford Dies Mrs. Marian Lunsford, 52, 'wife of Leon Lunsford, two and one-half miles northeast of Rochester, died at 4 a.m., Tuesday, in Woodlawn Hospital, Rochester. She was born June 6, 1903, in Miami County, a daughter of Arth ur and Maude (Fry) Boud. She spent most of her life in Miami County. She is survived by her parents, VIr. and Mrs. Arthur Boud, Macy: hree sisters, Mrs. Mary Alice 3rown, Marion; Mrs. Janet Daily, Remington, and Mrs. Hilda Watson, Peru, and a brother, Gerald Douc of Rochester. Funeral services will be held al 2 p.m. Friday from the Macy Methodist Church. The Rev. Jack Pavey will officiate. Burial will be in Greenlawn Cemetery, Mexico. The body will be removed from Ditmire Funeral Home to the family residence Wednesday noon. It will be taken to the church to lie in state for one hour preceding services. Barn, 11 Cows Are Lost In Farm Fire A raging fire completely destroy ed a barn three miles west ol Greentown at the height of a heavy rainstorm Tuesday night, burning machinery, 11 cows and four calves. Damage was estimated a over $15,000. The barn, on the farm of Frank Kring, R.R. 4, was struck by lightning at about 8:30 p.m. anc the fire blazed out of control before the Greentown fire truck arrived. Destroyed by the fire were : tractor mower, a manure spreader a tractor, com elevator, 200 bushels of oats and at least 1000 bales o hay and straw. The manure spread er and tractor were standing out side the barn, but were "burned out" by the intense heat. The scene is about two mile south of the municipal airport. Kring's daughter, Edith, reporte seeing a bright blue flash of lightn ing from the kitchen which sh thought had struck the house, jus before smoke was seen coming from the barn. After the fire was discoverec Kring made an attempt to get th animals out of the barn, but failec POST 6 AMERICAN LEGION MEETS TONIGHT. LITTLE JOKER - This little man making like an Indian is Kelly, nine-year-old son of comedian Bob Hope. Kelly will soon make his screen debut, portraying a boy adopted by a famous cartoonist for publicity reasons. He'll appear in a humorous scene with his dad. stO amera O/HW s~ WFBM-TV INDIANAPOLIS CHANNEL < WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1* P.M. 6:00 Howler Weather 6:10 Johnny Wtnn Trio 6:25 Lei Paul and Marr Ford 6:30 Forbes News 6:40 Carnegie Scoria 1:45 Eye Wltneai 6:50 Weather 6:00 Llberace 6:30 Eddi. Fllhtr 6:45 News Caravan 7:00 Screen Directors Plsyhoust 7:30 Father Knows Best 8:00 TV Theater 9:00 This Is Your Life 9:30 I Led 3 Lives 10:00 Fairbanks Presents 10:30 Ranch Hands 11:00 Tonight THURSDAY. NOV. 17 A.M. 6:00 Today 8:00 Open Hou^« 8:00 Ding Dong School 9:30 Search for Beauty 10:00 Home 11:00 Tennessee Ernie 11:30 Feather Your Nest P.M. 12:00 Market Reporter 12:15 Farm News 12:30 Forbes Newi 12:45 Hymn Time 1:00 Cinderella Weekend 1:15 Modern Romances ]:30 Kitchen Window 2:00 Miitinee Theater 3:00 What's Your Bid I 3:30 Laff Time 3:45 Cartoon Club 4:00 Chuckwagon Tales 4:30 Howdy Doody 5:00 Booster Weather WISH-TV INDIANAPOLIS CHANNEL 8 WEDNESDAY, NOV. II Early Show News Weather Doug Edwards Grnnd Ole Opry Camera i Godfrey and Friends Millionaire I've Got » Secret 20th Century Fox News Late Show P.M. 4:15 5:30 5:40 5:15 6:00 6:30 7:00 8:00 8:30 9:00 10:00 10:15 THURSDAY. NOV. 17 A.M. 6:00 Morning Show 7:00 Cart. Kangaroo Chapel Door The Open Mike TV-Radio Highlights By MARGARET BUHRMAN Walt Disney went "an out" ini jroducing "Davy Crockett's Keel-j Mat Race," seen tonight on Disney- and (6:30 p.m.. Channel 4). A rousing new song, "King of the River" by the composers of j "The Ballad of Davy Crockett," I heralds the introduction of mountainous Mike Fink, undisputed champion of the Ohio and Missis- I slppl Rivers, a "ring-tailed roar- er, a tough old alligator." Two 36-foot keelboats were reproduced in Disney's Burbank studio, dismantled and shipped by rail to the Ohio River where the exciting river battle with 14-foot keel- oles was filmed. The race itself is dventurous and uneven, with avy's landlubber crew constant ictims of Mike's skullduggery. Shawnectown and Unlontown, actual Ohio River ports, were restored to their original 19th cen- ury raffishncss for the film's >ackground. Fess Parker Is again seen as Davy, and Jeff York has the role of Mike Fink. LOCAL ANGLE: Bill Shirley, rst place winner of Arthur God rey's Talent Scouts program Monay night, is a nephew of Mr. and . C. I. Shirley. 1101 N. Washing- on St. The son of Luther Shirley of ndianapolis, he has been a fre- uent visitor hi Kokomo. During the remainder of the week, Shirley will appear as a soloist on the Godfrey morning show (9:30 a.m., Channel 8). Peter LInd Hayes Is subbing for the redhead as emcee this week. DIVIDING LINE: Raymond Mas ey, Joanne Woodward and Ann larding are starred in tonight's Oth Century Fox presentation of The Late George Apley" (9 p.m., lhannel 8). The daughter of a soc- ally prominent family rebels when er father opposes her marriage to young man from the "wrong side f the tracks." FAMILY DOC: "Final Tribute" Is paid In a nurse's loyalty to a kindly, elderly small-town doctor in tonight's Screen ^Directors' Playhouse story (7 p.m., Channel 5). The new young physician who is to take over the older man's practice Is coldly impersonal In his treatment of patients. Laralne Day and Thomas Mitchell have the leads. FILM CLIPS: Scenes from the :lm "A Guy Named Joe" will bring pencer Tracy, Irene Dunne and /an Johnson to TV screens tonight luring MGM Parade (7:30 p.m., Ihannel 4). Jean Simmons and Harlon Brando will be seen in a equence from "Guys and Dolls." LATE FLICK: An angel Is sent to earth In tonight's Late Show feature "Montana Mike" (10:15 p.m., Channel 8) to straighten out an error he'made In charting a saloon-keeper's destiny. Robert Wednesday, Nov. 16, 1955 KOKOMO (tnd.) TRIBUNE 17 Cummings and Marjorie Reynolds are starred. lions from home-owners for FHA Title One loans will be dramatically e.\posed in "Room for Improve- ON RADIO: A kickback racket ment," FBI in Peace and War's perpetrated through false applica-jstory for tonight (7:30 p.m.. CBS>. 8:00 8:15 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:30 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 P.M. 12:00 12:15 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:15 3:30 4:00 4:15 Cartoons My Little Margi. Garry Moore Godfrey Time Strike It Rich Valiant Lady Love of Life Search for Tomorrow Guiding Light News & Weather Farm and Home Love Story Robert Q. Lewis House Party Payoff Bob Crosby Brighter Day Secret Storm' On Your Account Sweet Time Early Show BLOOMINGTON WTTV CHANNEL 4 WEDNESDAY. NOV. 1« P.M. 6:00 Little Rascals 5:30 Looney Tunes 5:40 Weather 5:45 Frank Edwards 6:00 Terry and the Pirates 6:30 Disneyland 7:30 M-G-M Parade 8:00 Inspector Mark Saber 8:30 Break the Bank 9:00 Fights 9:45 Moore About Sports 10:00 News 10:15 Starlight Theater 11:30 News A.M. 9:33 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 P.M. 12:00 12:30 1:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 5:00 THURSDAY. NOV. 17 Looney Tunes Ray Milland Dick Stone Crown Theater Cartoons R.F.D. IU Shows Feature Theater Pride of the Family Famous Playhouse Western Ledger Mickey MOUM Little Rascals INDIAN Now thru Thursday Th!« Was Th» Kiti Thai Cna*gid Th« Destiny * Of Th* Wild Comanchi Fronlnr 111 COLONIAL NOW thru THURSDAY First City Showing Riotous Comedyl NOW SHOWING THIS WEEK ONLY LAURIE ANDERS "/ Like The Wide Open Spaces" RADIO and TV CREDITS Ken Murray Show CBS-TV Milton Berl Show NBC-TV James Melton Show" ABC-TV Arthur Godfrey Show CBS-TV Stop The Music ABC-TV Steve Allen Show CBS-TV Arthur Murray Show Dumont Bing Crosby Show Vaughn Monroe '. .Camel Caravan LATEST COLUMBIA RECORD / Like The Wide Open Spaces Sang With Arthur Godfrey. LATEST MOTION PICTURE "THE MARSHAL'S DAUGHTER" BASIL And — In Color . . . "WYOMING RENEGADES" FINAL TIMES TODAY 2 HITS I CARTOON .HE MANte faoM taaaMic " THURS. thru SAT. 2 HITS S SHORT / c0v&t.-r«f- : ? Lf#O>f*C W0/zt0 TODAY thru SATURDAY KENTUCKIAN STARTS ....1:33, 3:36, 5:39, 7:42, 9:45 HUNTER...ADVENTURER... FRONTIERSMAN! DUNNE FOSTER* DIANA LYNN AISO V/OOOY WOODPECKER CARTOON INDIANA ISIS

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