Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 4, 1949 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, October 4, 1949
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Tuesday Evening, Oct. 4, 1949 Rochester Announcement was" made Mon- '1-y that the annual Fall Festival i "t the Rochester high school, sponsored by the Band-Parents Cluh will be held on Friday evening. October 21. Committees were ap- | pointed some time ago and plans i -re now underway making the j final arrangements. ' ! Sam Charters and Mary E. Abraham, both of Leiters Ford, were i married Saturday afternoon by i Justice of the Peace Charles Sham- i baiigh in his office on East Sixth i street. The couple was attended by Robert DuBois of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Charters will reside on. his farm near Leiters Ford. Miss Margaret Peck, Home Demonstration Agent will give the pro- je.ct lesson on "Color in the Kome" instead of "Short Cuts in Sewing", as previously announced at the Mt. Zion Club meeting to be held Thursday afternoon in, the home ol Mrs. Lyle Bailey. West 6th street road. All members are asked to bring their canning reports at this time. Officers for the coming year will also be elected. Mrs. Vernie Smith has returned to her home in Peru after visiting bere with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Hill and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Merl Cllpp. Elkhart. spent the week-end here with Mrs. Mabel AVailace. ?.Ir. and Mrs. C. B. Harms have returned from a vacation trip to Burlington. Wyoming and Pcatel- lo. Idaho -where they visited rela- tlvas. -Jr. and Mrs.' Lyle Bailey and fiiaeys Believe It or Not! Orest S+Khlin La;c» Berlin, Germany CALM ON STORMY PAYS BECOMES ROUGH WHEN THE WtATHER IS CLEAR/ A TURTLE CLOSES IT5 EYES FROM THE BOTTOM JOSEPH WILLIAM TORREY AMERICAN RAJAH family spent , Wayne. Sunday In Fort Sir. and, Mrs. Roy Haggerty have Tct-i-ned from a week's vacation trit> to the Smoky mountains. Relatives have received word that Mrs. Ernest Overmyer two fiauRhters arrived in HAS WRITTEN 1806 FOLK SONGS M.LOF THEM HAVE BEEN PUBLISHED from spending the week-end with ' $25. relatives in Lincoln and Blooming- $30. ten. 111. Lowell, 11, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lovell Porter, is recovering satisfactorily from an 'emergency ap- ; Farm for six months which was I suspended on his good behavior and was fined ?25 and costs. He was alleged to have taken a wrist watch belonging to Robert De Vault. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Gentry were called to Indianapolis where their ! daughter. June submitted to an ; appendectomy at the Methodist \ ; hospital. • i Eugene Malott of Aloiiticello • Monday instituted divorce preceed- : i ings against Billic Ann Malott in ; i White circuit court through ..At- j ! torney Charles Boomershiue. Mar- i ! ried February. .15. 194S. the couple I ! separated September 28. ir>49. Eliz- t abeth Ann Slieek of Chalmers bas \ filed suit against Robert N. Sbeek. : asking .separation from bed and'| board, through Attorney Glenn R. . Slenker. The couple was married ; November 30. 1946 and separated j September 30. 1949. The plaintiff i asks the custody of the minor ' child. ' "The Cardinal", the Chalmers ; school paper, announces the t'ol- j ! lowing stafi for the school "year: | [ editor. Merle Martin; copy editor,.| Nancy Zootmau; fashions, Pat Mahiu; society. Nancy Dunker; church, Beatrice Whitaker; departments. Beatrice Whitaker: sports. .Tewett Briscoe; gossip. .Tuanire Bice: school reporter, Pat Mahin; circulation. Jewett Briscoe: mine- ogvaph, Wayne Ruemler. Bobby-Joe BUlyeu. Max Flynn; ads, Richard Schroeder. John Toumine: typing I and stencils, «Darlen Schroeder, | Pat Bell, Joyce Myers. Beatrice ._ ; i Whitaker: sponsor. Helen Wehr. i The Chalmers school cafeteria The plaintiff had requested I opened October 3rd.. Bob Lantz, Wayne Anderson. Dick Cowger and Dick Carter were in Arlington, Va.. over the weekend and attended the wedding of John Allen Rothrock. formerlv of THE ONE YARD SKIRT! HE RULED- 20.000 SQUARE MILES'OF BORNEO 10-3 i Eleven Pay Court Fines Logonsport Pharos-Tribune 3 Historical Speaker Dr. Theodore G. Groncrt. Pre>- fessor of History at Wabash College. Crawfordsvillo. who will ap- , pear at the Assembly room in that; State Trooper John Hatch is attending a three days training j school at Camp Atterbury. | Admissions to Woodlawn hos- Marian Martin's Magic Pattern j I SE3D.FOR THIS FABRIC-SAVIXG PATTERN TODAY! j Just ONE YARD of 54-inch fabric is all you need to make Marian j Eleven persons were arraigned in city court Monday and assessed fines by Judge Harry Tutewiler. Albert R. Proctor was fined $10 I and $11.75 costs and given a 10- ' ! day term .in the Cass county jail i after he pleaded guilty to a charge ' of driving while under the influence. He also lost his driving privileges for a period o£ 90 days. For leaving the scene of an accident after striking a parked car on Market street. Russell L. Stigcrs paid a fine of $10 and $11.75 costs and his driver's license was suspended for 90 days. James L. Jackson was fined $5 and costs for failing to yield the right of way—a maneuver which I resulted in an accident at Market i | and Front streets at midnight Sat- j urday. Slated for two counts of operating a motor vehicle without a . „ . , , _ ..• driver's license and without an I Clt - v Building at s o clock Friday adequate muffler. Harold D Logan i evening. October 7, under the aus- paid a fine of $10 and costs on ! " ices o£ the Cass County Historical the first and ?1 and costs on the \ Society. His topic will be "The i second. i ^Vabash Frontiersman and the Charged with speeding. Burton i World in 1vhicb he lived '" ., D. Maughmer and Roger J. Rhodes i Dr ' Gronert is ™ usually abl» were assessed fines of $5 and costs ' speaker, and the topic he has selec- eiich. In addition Rhodes paid an- j ted should be ot inlerest to resU other fine of $1 and costs for driv- ! dellts o£ Logansport, living as we ing with an inadequate muffler, i do ' °" the banks of the WabasU ; Three cases of intoxication ' and descendants many of us of rounded out the busy court session. I the Pioneers of whom he will A charge of assault and battery j s P ealt against W. E. Anders was continu- ' Dr - Gronert hag appeared in Log- ed. andlpendectomy which he underwent j f""' "-""; jacl-esU "year old ' Monilce "°- and A°""Farr, of Fairo,.„,!„,, i« iv nr ,,n „ i,« r «ifoi ; plldl niciuue JdClvie, six ysa.r uiu - „ ,.-,,.-_v, .„„!- „!„„„ ehfn,... Martin Pattern D 9493. This uewsmaking skirt has new slim walk- | RodJO Quiz WltHlCr easy lines and a front placket—a smart style that is equally E OO(i RgWQfds PrOITlDtCr PORTSMOUTH, N. H. (UP)- with tailored or dressy, blouses and jackets. And only THEE main I ansport on previous occasions, and. has numerous friends here. Th«' public is invited to hear him without charge. . Japan on Sept. 27 to join Captain Overmyer who has been stationed -there since November. 1948. Mrs. Sunday in \Voodlawn hospital. The congregation of the First Presbyterian church, Sunday, voted to discontinue unified services Overmyer and daughters sailed | which they have been holding since from Seattle. AVash.. on Sept 9. ] July 24. Starting with Sunday, Oct. . Four babies were born in Wood- 9. Sunday School will be held from lawn hospital over the week-end. | 9:30 to 10:25 a.m. and the morning On Saturday evening a son was' worship service from 10:35 to born to Mr. • and Mrs. George! 11:30 a.m. AVinterrowd. of R. R. 2. Rochester. | Mrs. James Bowell and son Glen and a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. I and Mr. and Mrs. AVm. Sowers and son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nye, 721 East 10th St., Mrs. Noah Gottschalk, R. R. 2, and Mrs. Donald Paine, also of. R. R. 2. Pierce .Engle. Akron, has filed a petition in circuit court asking to be relieved from further payments of allowances for the support of his daughter. Mr. Engle says his daughter is 18 years old, regularly employed'and is willing fax, Va., which took place Satur- pieces to cut and sew—any beginner can make this simple skirt! day evening. Mrs. Maude Friend, j Thrifty, easy-sew Pattern D 9493 comes in waist sizes 24, 25, 26, 2S, the bridegroom's grandmother, al- j 30. It takes ONE YARD of 54-inch material, fits any occasion as well so attended the wedding and re- as it fits you! maine'd -for a longer stay with her daughter. Mrs. John Rothrock and family. Miss Mary Henke'of Wash- i MARTIN, care of The Pharos-Tribune, Pattern Dept. P.O. Box 6740, ington, D. C., formerly of Monticel- chicago - so Jn . Print plainly TOUR 3fAM.K, ADDRESS, ZONE, SIZE, 1 f* vt-n r- ole-n n rriif.r-4- I ' * 7 Youth Dies Car Leaves Road lo, was also a guest. Send TWEXTl'-FIYE cents in coin for this pattern to MARIAN | to ask her the $10 question: "Who was the. first chief justice ot the United States?" She started to answer, "John —" There was a click and a whispered party line telephone can be a big; help in answering radio quizzes, j " ~ WARSAW . Ind.. Oct." 4—(UP)— Mrs. Mary Holman of Hampton : stanlev Fint on. IS. AVarsaw, ' can tell you. A local radio quizmaster phoned ! STYLE JVU-IIBEB. Cutters in electric shavers make Be sure to get our Marian Martin Fall and Winter Pattern Book.' i " J ? y ;" Mr , s ' H °' ma ™ wo " °? e ? , 1 ?' Mrs. Walter AVeber, of R. R. ""»• -»i* 0. *I Ul LCI tt CUCI , Iti J\, TV. S. are the parents of -a daughter born Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Scott Triiitt. Santa Monica. Calif., are the parents of a son also born on Sunday. Mrs. AVeber was the former Miss June Bowers, of this city. ,acd Mrs. Truitt was formerly ~-viJ£;i>i«t, ouuuuj'. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Schafer and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Baxter are on a two- weeks vacation trip to Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wheadon have moved from a -farm south of Rochester to Mishawaka. Mr. Pierce was divorced from his wife, Beatrice Fern, on Dec. 5, 1944. he was ordered to pay $4 per week for the support ol his daughter. Miss Dorothy Ley of Kewanna. Jlrs. Leor.a G. Ault. a patient in the Robert Long hospital for the •past v/ee!;. is improving. The divorce suit of Julia Ann Burton vs. Bryco Burton was set down for trial by Judge Kline Reed Lester In circuit for Friday, Nov. 18 at ' while driving and sideswipped Wright's car. The Wright car will rcfluii'e repairs of $100 and Pope- Monricello R. Marsh of Pontiac, Automobiles driven by AA r illiam '• Michigan, truck driver, was taken G. Wright. 28, of R. R. 2. Idaville, and Kenneth L. Popejoy, 17, of R.R." 2, Flora, sideswiped at nine o'clock Sunday evening, south of Roches- tor on State Road 25. The accident occurred when Popejoy dozed 10 a.m. A truck driven by Clyde Biclt sideswiped a car belonging to Miss Kaihryn Beck". Monday afte'rnoon. lu front of the Mrs. Ray Newell home on North Main street. The Beck car was narked in front of the Newell home and Bick was driving north on Main. Misg Beck is'a bookkeeper in the Farm Bureau Co-Op elevator on North Main. Her car will require repairs of approximately $100. Mrs. H. O. Shafer was moved Monday from her home on the east side of Lake Manitou to Woodlawn hospital in the Zimmerman Bros. joy's car ?50. The County commissioners at their meeting Monday/-awarded the contract for furnishing - groceries to the County Home for the Fourth quarter to the Berkway Super Market. A contract .for providing a .1 row corn picker for use at the County Home was awarded to Charles A 7 an Meter, of Kewanna. The bids submitted for installation of steam line and return line for heating the jail was taken under rdvisement by the commissioners, Two bids were submitted one for ambulance. Mrs. Shafer suffered ; ?1SOO and the other for $2600. a heart attack on Friday and an- | .In circuit court. Monday. Judge other Sunday evening. I Kline Reed granted the request of Mr. and Mrs. Charles RauschWte i the plaintiff for an increase in pay- into custody Sunday evening by Sheriff Nelson Shields on an affidavit sworn to by Thomas Rader, charging reckless driving. The latter alleged that the truck driver cut him off the highway, forcing his car in the ditch on road 24 east of Mouticello. The side of the Rader car was damaged. Marsh was fined ?2 and costs, amounting to - $14.50 by Judge Bert L. Rose in his court. Dr. Ralpli L. Holland, general secretary of the Indiana Council of Churches spoke at a meeting of the White County Council of Christian Education held Sunday afternoon at the Monticello Methodist church. He discussed the United Evangelistic Advance. A marriage license has been issued to Albert Cloyd Sluyter, a farmer of Monticello. .and Eura May Ward of Cambridge -City. Lane Murray, 32, of Monon, pleaded guilty to a petit larceny charge before Judge Russell Gordon in White circuit court. He was tions a minute. in book. Send fifteen cents for your copy! bor. killed five miles west of here to* day when a car in which h« was riding slid off U. S. 30 during ir rainstorm. Finton was a passenger in a car driven by Murray AViltshlre, 17, also of AVarsaw. AViltshlre and another passenger, Jack Copeland. 19. jred. The' and overturned. daughter Susan have returned I ments of allowances from $20 to i sentenced to the Indiana State f-wall Urea urul i Breath-taking new 1950 Studebaker! •dvantmnnN mark tM* 1»»O Ifvdcbakw! Higher compression Champion and Commander engines of in- ensued horsepower • Self-stabiliz- in( coil sprint front wheel suspen- sioo • Wide-rim wheels and extra- low-pressure tires ' Self-adjusting : brakes • Oversize windows and windshield • Glare-proof "black light" instrument dials • Wear-re- listing Studebaker craftsmanship. IT'S THE "NEXT LOOK" IN CARS All over America, all eyes are on this dramatically different 1950 Studebaker. It's the most sensational advance in car styling since Studebaker introduced the "new look" in cars three years ago. This 1950 Studebaker is long, low, luxurious—and it's trim, sleek and flight-streamed—no bulging excess bulk to squander gasoline. Stop in and get a close-up eyeful of this breath-taking new Studebaker. It's the "next look" in cars. 524 North Street WILLS MOTOR SALES Studebaker Sales and Service Logaiisport, Indiana ROLLING 1 STUDEBAKER LEADS AGAIN WITH THE NEXT LOOK' IN CARS' <*- *<* N ,<S^ .Q* \» o The Season's Smartest MVotfiing quite fifce Closed every Monday. Open every Wednesday. coat! by Lassie Maid and Lassie, Jr. Unsurpassed values in a cream-of- the-crop selection of warmly lined and interlined coats. Here are fashion-v/ise classics with free : flowing lines or, its companions: in chic, the snugly belted coat, and the fitted coat. These coats are. in tweed, 100%-virgin wool, gabardine, covert, and fleeces brushed with color. Dark Brown Grey Green Black Henna Navy Red Wine Mestre Teal Blue Sizes 9 to 15 Sizes 10 to 18 $39.85 to $49.85 The GOLDEN RULE LOGANSPORT PUBLIC LIBRARr

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