Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on September 21, 1949 · Page 3
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Wednesday Eve.. Sept. 21,1949, Monticello Ernest Hermann Taucher, 17 j years old, of Carlsdorf, District of j Hofgeismar, Germany, is expected i here this weekend to make his j home for a year with Mr. aud Mrs. i Louis Lantz, north of Monticello, ! while 'he attends Monticello high ! school under the German High j School Student Project. He was one i of about 50 hoys and girls selected 1 by the Brethren Service Commis- : s'ion, the relief agency of the I Church of the Brethren, in co-operation with the Cultural Affairs branch of the American Military Government. His hoard, room and clothing will be provided by Mr. ! and Mrs. Lantz and the local j Brethren churches of which the j Rev. Jay Johnson is pastor, will j furnish his school needs. The j young man speaks some English and is interested in agriculture. Eugene Morrison, Union township Farm Bureau chairman, announces that the 1950 roll call drive has opened. Those helping in the Union township drive are Joe Wilson, Ray Bridge, Elmer Dittraan, Earl Luse, George Dahlenburg, Glenn Slenker, Alvin Christiansen, Lewis Davis and Eugene Morrison. Officers of the new AVhite County Cow Testing association are: president, Parker Kilmer; vice-presi- dent, James Adams; secretary- treasurer, Paul Smith; Clarence Pherson and W. B. Kilmer, directors. Mr. and Mrs. John Foerman of Monon -will quietly observe their •52nd weddin.e anniversary Sept. £9. Mrs. Foorman is the former Alice Han of Wolcott. She is G9 years old and her husband is 75. They hare one son, Ernest, of Burnettsville. John Ortstadt. son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ortstadt. has pledged to Delta Upsilon fraternity at DePauw university where he is a freshman. O. A. Rothrock of Idaville is a patient in St. Elizabeth hospital where he may undergo surgery. The American Legion Auxiliary has contributed $10 to the emergency polio fund. Mrs. Daisy Smith is the new president. Plans were made for a Gold Star Mothers' tea. and a rummage sale to be held Oct. S. Miss Alice Nickel, new White county home demonstration agent, is spending a week at Purdue at- ten'ding a special course. She took a course of training in the office of Miss Ethel Nice, home demonstration agent for Cass county, at Logansport. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Myers were in Indianapolis where the former attended a meeting of the executive board of the Indiana Class- ' room Teachers' association. He is | president of the White County Classroom Teachers' association. Cheer leaders chosen at Roosevelt high school were: Rex Russell, senior: Gwen Banks, junior, and Nancy Ire!an. sophomore. Tri Kappa sorority will meet on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Ivaii Holder with Mrs. Robert Overlay assistant. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Walther and son of Farmington, Mo., visited here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs H. C. Walther Bud Cordcs was elected president of the Monticello Athletic Booster club which met for the first time in three years at the Roosevelt high school. Bud Martin was elected secretary-treasurer. Dr. Henry Greist is a patient in the Methodist hospital at Indianapolis. Winamac Jack Bailey pleaded guilty to petit larceny in circuit court Monday afternoon, and Judge R. E. Thompson sentenced him to 1 to 5 years in the Indiana reformatory. He is to be taken there by Sheriff Hubert Bollhauve.' He was arrested Wednesday in Warsaw and held for officers here. The affidavit was signed by Wayne Burger, attendant at the Maddox filling station. j who-alleges that Bailey had his car (filled'up with gas and oil and then | drove away without paying for it. : Members of the Eastern Star are ; planning- to attend the district meeting to be held in Monon Fri; day. ' Mrs. Arnold Stipp received word Monday o£ the death of an uncle, • Sam Stipp, 77, who died Monday at his home in Henderville, N, .C.. : after three months illness. His . three daughters. Miss Leafie Stipp, : Mrs. Gertrude Miller, and Mrs. ' Belle Rhymer, left at once to at- i tend the funeral to be held there j Thursday. Mrs. Bernell Cassidy of Logansport, Mrs. Hail Fabler, Star City, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fry attended funeral services in Chicago Saturday for their uncle. William Fry. Burial was made in Gleuco, 111. They spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Yeakley before returning home. Mrs. Vern Davis and Miss Ag-ness Grabner left Tuesday by plane from Chicago for Fairbanks, Alaska, to spend a few weeks with the former's son, Robert Davis, who is employed there. Mrs. Martha Davis of Hammond came Saturday for a visit with I Vern Davis and Mrs. Frank Wil! Hams. I Mrs. William Weudt left Tues- i day for a few clays visit in Michi- gan .'City ivith her sister. Mrs. Charles Wendt. Mr. and Mrs. John Muthias spent the weekend at Valparaiso with Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Bozarth. Guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. John Mathias were Mr and Mrs. Clifford Martin of Logansport. Mrs. Theresa Bachtenkircher spent the weekend in Chicago with Attorney and Mrs. Earl Simmons and children and attended a family dinner Saturday honoring th? first birthday of her grandson, John Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fisher and sons spent the weekend at Ply- 1 mouth with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Boos and sons. Alfred' Hair and son. Lee. of Woohvorth. Wis.. spenl the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Freeman and Mrs. Louise Hair. Dinner guests in the same home were Mrs. Eura Ward of Cambridge City, and I Cloyd Sluyter of Baffalo. ! * Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fousts and I sons were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Girts at Plymouth. The Christian Mothers 'will meet Thursday afternoon. September 29, with'Leiyis Salla. She will be as- j sisted by Mrs. Henry Colgrove, Mrs. Lloyd Beeler, and Mrs. George Brannan. Mrs. Mary Winkler Succumbs at Peru PERU, Ind., Sept. 21—Mrs. Mary Winkler, S4, widow of Ernest Winkler. died Tuesday at her home here after an illness of 10 days from a heart ailment.' Born March 25. 1S65, in Peru, to Frederick and Augusta Kuder Schorr, she was married in June. 1000, in Peru. to Ernest Winkler. who expired in 1G35. She was a member of the Christian church. A daughter. Anna, at home, is the only survivor. The i body is at the Wise funeral home. ! Rites will be held at the funeral i home at 2 o'clock Thursday after- I noon, the Rev. Lee Jackson offici- | atiug. Burial will be in Mt. Hope i cemetery. Loaansoort Phaios- Tribune 3 ficuiling. Burial will be in the Pleasant, Grove cemetery uvrtheast of Amboy. He was born May 2. 19-15. in Jackson township. Miami county. the sou of Verliu aud Virginia (.Buzbeel Mettler. ' Survivors include the parents. , two brothers, Veru and Verlie; two sisters. Veronica and Vonda. all at j home, the maternal grandmother. ' Mrs. Paulino lladary. North Grove, ' :ind the paternal grandparents. Mrs. Edith Mettler of Peru and Jo- ; seph Mettler. Red Bridge. Ind. , The body was removed from the . Laird funeral home to the res"- ! deuce this morning. "RESPONSIBLE PEOPLE buy memorials. A good name: ihc ideals and principles of forebears arc best preserved by an appropriate family monument." Logansporf Monument Co. Holiis C. Cover, Mgr. 407 Honno St. Phone 3653 Last Rites Thursday For Miami County Boy | PERU. Ind., Sept. 21—Final rites i for Vernon Earl Mettler. four-year- I old son of Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Mett| ler. route 4. Peru, who died Tues- i day, will be conducted at 2 o'clock j Thursday afternoon at the resi- j dence, the Rev. Herbert Drake of-' and 9*1 this attractive reflector Installed mill ; * muii iv <-f> StlSU 8 UmtTERV 101 uno f«nmv flioaomEnr Closed All. Day Monday Open All Day Wednesday WITH FLIGHT! 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