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Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, May 21, 1962
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Monday Evening, May 21, 1962 Craig Lowry Wins Award Craig Edward Lowry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lowry, 603 Bates St., received one of the highest honprs in Scouting, the God and Country award, in a ceremony Sunday morning during the worship service at the Baptist Temple. The Rev. Dr. M. L. Robinson presented the award to Craig, who is a member of the church. 'His Scoutmaster, James F. Wright, of troop 7, then presented him with the '-Can Do" award from, the Bunker Hill Ait- Base. The boy presented his mother with a replica of the award. His father also participated in the ceremony. Craig will be 13 years of age Thursday. Mrs. Eunice Long, 60, Dies in Indianapolis; Final Rites at Peru PERU — Mrs. Eunice Long, 60, of 235 W. Second St., died at 11:45 p.m. Saturday at the Robert Long hospital in Indianapolis following an illness of one month. Born in Benton Harbor, Mich., on Oct. 4, 1902, slip was the daughter of Charles and Sarah Gangloff Stafford. Her marriage .in 1926 was to Joseph A. Long and he died in 1942. She was a registered nurse and was employed at Dukes hospital. She was a member of the First Baptist church- Survivors ' include a son, Robert, Peru; a daughter, Mrs. Harvey Guyer, Peru and four grandchildren. Funeral services will be held al 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Eikenberry funeral home. Burial will be in the Metzger cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 3 p.m. Tuesday. William J.Carroll, Former Local Man, Dies in Terre Haute William J. Carroll, of Terre Haute, a former Logansport resident, died at his home in Terre Haute. He was a former employe of the Pennsylvania Railroad in Lo gansport. Survivors include a brother, Charles, Los Angeles, and three sisters, Mrs. Charles Elpcrs, Logansport; Mrs. May Harlman, Romeo, Mich, and Mrs. Mabel Homes, Royal Oak, Mich. Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at St. Ann's church in Terre Haute. Burial will be in a Terre Haute cemetery. Award Local Girl, DePauw Scholarship Miss Carrie Gifford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Gifford, 1230 High St., has been awarded a General Electric College Bowl scholarship to DePauw university at Greencastle, it was announced Monday. Miss Gifford, a senior al-Lo- gansporl high school, will enter DePauw next, fall as a freshman. James Clark, Monticello, was one of 54 youths to whom Rector scholarships were' awarded. The Rector awards pay tuition. Lawrence H. Kraud, Former Monticello Police Chief, Succumbs MONTICELLO - Lawrence H. Kraud, 57, .of 414 West Jefferson St., a member of the Monticello police department arid former Monticello Chief of Police,. died at 7:15 p.m.'Sunday at the White County Memorial Hospital, following a' brief illness. Born Feb. 13, 1905 in Reynolds, he was the son of Charles and Ida Hanaman Kraud. His marriage on June 11, 1926 was to Arlene Miller. He was a member of the 'Mon; ticello Methodist church, Good- fellows Club, Fraternal Order of Police and several stale and national police organizations. He had been active in police work for more than 25 years. Survivors " include his widow; a son, Richard F., Rensselaer; a brother, Hugo, ' Monticello; two half-brothers, Ray Wiese, of Pennsylvania and Edgar Wiese, of New Jersey; a half-sister, Mrs. Herbert Snyder, Reynolds; his slep-fathfir, August Wiese, Rey- nqlds and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Miller funeral home in Monticello with Rev. Joseph Hornick officiating. Burial will be in Riverview cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after <3 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Esko Sturges,75, Succumbs in Peru PERU - Mrs. Eska K. Sturges, 75, of ll'/2 S. Miami, died at Dukes hospital at 2:15 p.m. Saturday following an illness of four days. " . Born in Wabash on April 12, 1887, she was the daughter of Frank and Kathryn Fishley Flinn. Her marriage in 1913 was to Fred Sturges and he died July 28, 1944. She was a member of the First Methoist church, Order of Eastern Star, Gold Star Mothers; the B. of L. E. Auxiliary and was a Red Cross Gray Lady. Survivors include a son, Will, Fort Wayne; a grandson and a sister, Miss Ora Flinn, Peru. Two sons, Francis and Richard, were killed during World War H. Funeral services' will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Eikenberry funeral home .in Peru with Dr. Orrin Manifold officiating. Burial, will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Truck Hits Utility Pole; Power Off to Hospital 10 Minutes Electrical power to Memorial hospital was interrupted for 10 minutes Monday morning when an unidentified truck struck a utility pole at the Fulton street entrance. Utilities Superintendent Robert Price said power switches to the hospital were thrown open by the impact. Workers closed the switches and power was restored. Two emergency generators at the hospital maintained electrical current during the interruption.' Five Injured In Collision Near Mexico PERU.— A two-vehicle collision on U. 'S. 31 about' 1 a mile and a halt north of Mexico sent five persons, including a seven-weeks-old baby, to Dukes hospital in Peru. All were reported' in v fair condition at noon -Monday. Authorities stated that George F. s Marks, 26, of Bourbon, Ind., driving a pick-up truck and pulling a drag-race car, was 'struck nearly head-on by a car'driven by. James McCoy, 22, of Kokomo. McCoy's convertible was a total loss and $300 damage was : reported to the pick-up and- car. '• FOUR PASSENGERS in the McCoy vehicle were injured!-They included Michelle McCoy, two, bump on head; Stephen McCoy, seven-weeks-old head lacerations; Suzanne Spangler, 16, of Russiaville, injured shoulder and facial lacerations and John Allen, 19, rural route 2, Kokomo, bump on head. McCoy suffered a severe laceration on his left leg and a laceration on his head. The injured were taken to .the hospital in the McCain ambulance. Officers stated that McCoy, who was enroute south, veered left of center and struck the northbound truck. . • ' i The accident was investigated by Sheriff Dave .Richardson and State Troopers John Rusie and, Jack Rich. The accident is still' under investigation. Four Injured In Collision Four persons were injured, none of them seriously, and two motorists were charged with traffic violations following an accident on U.S. 24, at Lake Cicott Sunday afternoon. John .Bruner, 35, of Walton, driver of' one of the cars, was listed fair in Memorial hospital Monday, suffering chest injuries and cuts and bruises on his body. Injured also were Mrs. Carol Rose, 36, of 412 Humphrey St., wife of the other driver, who sustained injuries to her right shoulder and back; William Rose, 11, her son,'who suffered from injuries to his left leg; and a daughter, three-year-old Geri Lyn, who complained of her ear and elbow. Jack Rose, 39, husband of the injured woman and father of the two children, was charged with failure to yield the right of way, and Bruner, driver of the other car, was charged with reckless driving. Damage to each car was listed at $400. ' According to authorities, Rose pulled out of a driveway on the north side of the highway-and had turned east. Bruner, also driving east, applied the brakes, skidded 127 feet and crashed into the rear of the Rose ear. He then skidded another 90 feet and went down a 30 foot embankment,- according to officers. The Rose, car traveled 230-feet after the impact. Investigating officers were State Trooper Richard Keyes arid Deputy Sheriff'Rex Harris. Read the Want Ads! AIR CONDITIONED CARS Catholic Schools Graduation June 3 Eighth, grade ' students in. Logansport's, three .Catholic schools will'.graduate ;in special services Sunday, June 3, at-their. churches. Diplomas will'be presented to 34 students at St. Joseph's, 31 student at St.. Vincent's, and 17 students at St. Bridget's. , Graduates -at St. Joseph's, who will receive their diplomas from the Rt; Rev. Msgr. Maurice Foley at the eight o'clock .Mass,' are; Michael Alberts, Thomas Alberts, James Amelio, James Arvih, Joseph Brown, Ronald, Corcoran, Marsha. Cotner,. Lynn Fettig, William Fettig, Sandra Gueydan, Andrew Hassett, Catherine Hatcher, Cynthia Halten, Frank Henry. •-Thomas Kissinger, Catherine. Lewellen, Thomas Loner, Dorothy Logsdon, Joel Long, Phyllis Mattingly, Peggy Neal, Beth Ann Perrone, Thomas Perrone, Nancy Pratt, Dale Ray, Samuel Stoner, John. Strahlem, Gregory Summers, Marianne Szewczyk, Michael Tocco, Philip -Vooz, Peter Wagner, Rita Whaley, Cindy Won- 31'. - ' '. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. 1 John P. Schall will present diplomas -at the 7:30 o'clock Mass at St. Vincent's. Receiving them will ,be: Mary Baker, Jean Boatman, Judy Brindle, Diana Bucks, Judith Cain, Linda Graybeal, Vicki Grusenmeyer, Virginia Hizer, Colleen Malady, M'ary Kay Mallette, Mary Lou Mee, Susan Moore, Diane. Morrow, Marcia Murphy, Joan Murphy, Marian. Nudi, Judith Perry, Christine Surface. Larry Baker, Michael 'Brugh, Ronald Helvey, Carl Hodus, Robert Knowles, John Koontz, Donald Lombard!, Tim McLochlin, Thomas Rozzi, Joseph Russo, James Schrimsher, Paul Surface, Tim Jones. The Reverend Father Francis Meehan will present diplomas to the class which has the distinction of being the last to be graduated from the present bulding, erected 1875. The new school is ex- 'pected to be ready by fall. Members of the 86th- graduating class are: Helen Brown, Sophie Casaline, Maureen Cfark, Mary Frances Closson, Larry Crooks, Beter Dwyer, Roger Harmon, Spencer Headley, Anthony Jero- IN STOCK, READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY AND AT HUGE FIESTA SAVINGS! New '62 Oldsmobiles '62 Sparkling Provincial white, coo<l light green interior, completely equipped. Reg. $5192. FIESTA PRICE. '62 OlOSMOBILE • sparkling Provincial white, beautiful cool blue interior. Also, completely equipped." Reg. $5109" FIESTA PRICE'............ "62 OLDSM0BILE Beautiful turquoise with matching interior. This is 'an' executive car with 3000 miles. New car guarantee and title. Reg. $5109. FIESTA PRICE. AIR CONDITIONED USED CARS '60 PONTIAC ^4 dopr hardtop, beautiful black, with red interior, electric win- El " tra 22J 5 ^ door hardtop, Provincial' while, cool grey interior. All ijj»| Q7C ^ I 1 1 J power MYERS OLDSMOBIIE-CADILLAC 230 E, (Broadway ' Phone 5'141 Mrs. Victoria Irelan, Resident of Idaville, Dies in Monticello MONTICELLO — ; Mrs. Victoria Irelan, 82, of Idaville, widow of S. B. Irelan, died at 4:20 a.m. Sunday at Memorial .Hospital in Loganspo'rt following an illness of several years; Born in Carroll county on Aug. 3 1879, she was Ihe daughter of Abraham and Sarah Fowler Schopf. Her marriage on Nov. 4, 1896 was to S. B. Irelan and ho died in 1944. She was a member»of the Idaville Church of God-and a charter member of the- Women's Club, at Idaville. Survivors include a son, James, at home; a daughter, Mrs. Gladys McCool, Idaville; four grandchildren 'and ten great-grandchildren. Four children preceded her in death. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Miller funeral home in Monticello with Rev. Walter Porter officiating. Burial will be in the Idaville •cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after noon Tuesday. William G. Proctor, 55, Dies at Fort Wayne PERU — William Glenn Proctor, 55, of 111 W. Fifth St., a serviceman for the ( Coleman Mobile Homes in Peru, died 'at 5:30 .p.m. Saturday at the Fort Wayne Veterans Hospital foUpwing an illness of two years. Born/in Toledo, Ohio on April 15, 1907, he was the son" of Forrest and Rose Ocher Proctor. His marriage in 1914 was to Elizabeth Ecton.- He had lived in Peru 17 years and was a member of the First Methodist church and the American Legion. He was with the U.S. Navy during World War;II. He is survived by his widow. A brother preceded him in death. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at the First Methodist church in Peru with Dr. Orrin Manifold officiating. Burial will be in Springdale cemetery / at Bunker Hill. Friends' may call 'at the Drake- Flowers funeral home in Peru and at the church one hour prior to rites. 100 Attend Indian Guide Tribe Event Some 100 persons attended a picnic and induction Ceremony for members of the YMCA's- Indian Guide tribes Saturday evening at Spencer park. ' Twenty fathers and sons of four local tribes were inducted in a ceremony conducted by the Wyandotte tribe of,the East Side YMCA m Indianapolis. Rev. Raymond Echols gave the invocation. The picnic supper, was "ollowed by Indian skill relays. The induction ceremony begining at 8 p.m. featured -25 members of the Wyandotte tribe in full In- I diart dress. . ' . ski, Elizabeth Johnson, Mark :Krantz, .pj'nthia Martin, Timothy Medland,- William Ott, Jay.Rpse, Gary Smith, Kathleen .Townsley. Graduates, of St. Vincent's and i)t. ; Bridget's will take a special (rip to Chicago by chartered bus Tuesday, May'22, They will be accompanied by. Sister Nativity, fiister Cecilia M'arie and the Rev. Fr. Donald Eder. St. Joseph's graduates took a -..similar trip iiround the Easter holidays. St, Vincent's class plans a presentation of a two-act operetta on June 1st at 7:30 ^p.m. Late Markets Hawkins 200 to 220 ....;. 15.75 220 to 240 ;. 15.40 240 to 200 15.00 260 to 280 <... 14160 280' to 300 .:.,.. ,....:. 14.25 Sows .'.... 14.001 down Boars 9.0'D down Deaths and Funerals City, Cass County HARDY, LLOYD WAYNE, 23, 1001 Helm St. 'Final rites at 2 p.m. Tuesday, McCloskey - Hamilton- Kahle funeral home. Burial in the Crooked Creek cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. PRICE, MBS. MABLE.-.63, of Coral Gables, ,Fla. Funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Goodwin funeral' home,; Frankfort. Burial in Bunnell cemetery near Frankfort. Call at the funeral home. . SCHMIDT, CHARLES F., 82, 421. West Melbourne Ave. Final rites at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Kroeger funeral home. Burial in Mt. Calvary cemetery. Friends'may call at the funeral home. Eagles lodge iiervices there at 7:30 p.m. Monday. District BARTS, PAUL 0., 47, of 1056 N. Harrison St., Frankfort. Funeral services at' 2 p.m. Wednesday, Rochester EUB church. Burial in Rochester IOOF cemetery. Call at the funeral home until noon Wednesday and at the church one hour prior to rites. - . • FODDRELL, ISAAC E., 86, of ;I14 S. Bluff St., Monticello. Funeral services at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Miller funeral home Monticello. Burial in Riverview cemetery. Call iit the funeral home. GOOD, EARL R.,. 78, of Winamac. Final rites 2 p.m. Tuesday, iit the. Fry and Lange funeral home, Rev. C. D. Barririger officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home. HOWER, JOSIAH A:, 91, of Fulton. Funeral services' at 10:30 ii.m. ^ Tuesday, Ditmire-Davidson funeral home, Fulton. Burial in Fulton cemetery. Call at the funeral home. IRELAN, MRS. VICTORIA, 82, of Idaville. Funeral, services at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Miller funeral home, Monticello. Burial in Idaville cemetery. Call', at the funeral home after noon Tuesday. JACKSON, OVID, 82, of rural route 3, Kokomo. 'Funeral services at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Loree Brethren church. Burial in. Converse cemetery. Call at the Eikenberry funeral home in Peru and nt the church one hour prior to rites. KRAUD, LAWRENCE H,, 57, of «14 W. Jefferson St.; Monticello: Funeral services at 2'p.m. Wednesday, Miller funeral home, Mon- licello. Burial in Riverview ceme- lery. Call at the funeral,home af- ler 3 p.m.- Tuesday. LONG, MRS. EUNICE, 60, 235 W. Second St., Peru. Funeral services at 10:30 a.m; Wednesday, IBikenberry funeral home, Peru. Burial in Metzger cemetery. Call iit the funeral h6me after 3 p.m. Tuesday. McGUIRE, RAYMOND L., 49, of Wabash. Funeral'services at 2 p.m. Tuesday,' Wier and -Nicely iuneral home, Wabash". Burial in Lagro, Call at the funeral home. PROCTOR, WILLIAM G., 55, of 1.11 W. Fifth St., Peru. Funeral .services at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, '.First Methodist church, Peru. Burial in, Springdale cemetery at Bun;ter Hill. Call at the Drake-Flowers funeral home in Peru and at i:he church one hour prior to rites. STURGES, MRS ESKA K., 75, of ll'A S, Miami, Peru. Funeral services at 10:30 a.m. .Tuesday, iEikenberry ' funeral home, Peru. Burial in Mt. Hope cemetery. Call at the funeral home. WILEY, RUSSELL, 60, of rural route 1, Monon. Funeral services at 2 .p.m. Tuesday, Stewart fir- :neral home, Monon. Burial in Monon Chapel cemetery. Call at the funeral home. Now You Know The Mako shark, which travels .at 20 miles an hour, is the fastest member.^of the shark family, according to the Miami Seaquarium, NEWS CONFERENCE WASHINGTON '(DPI) - President Kennedy will hold a news conference Wednesday at 4 p.m. EOT, the White House announced today. , Burncttsvffle Poultry Leghorns .;. .07 Heavey Hens 17 Third Street Market Lambs .19 Beef Hides .05 Veal Hides .... .13 Producers Marketing Assn. 190 to 215, No. 1 16.50 190'to 220, No. 2, No. 3 .... 16.00 Sows 14.0(i down Boars 10.0(1 down Wayne's Produce Heavy Hens MO t 0 .13 Leghorns 07 Klumpp Produce (Deci Creek) Heavy Hens .10 to .13 Leghorns .07 ; 20 Popejoy's Poultry Farm Heavy Hens «•'• -15 Assault Trial On Tuesday The trial of Mrs. Helen Brew, for the shooting of her late husband, George Brew, on Nov. 21, last year, is scheduled for Tuesday in the Cass circuit court. . Mrs.' Brew allegedly shot him in. the head.' She was charged with assault and battery but appealed the case to 'circuit court after she was fined $100 and costs and meted a 30-day sentence in city court on Nov. 27. Brew was killed in an auto accident early this year, The case of John Crispen on a charge of operating a mo lor vehicle while under the influence oi intoxicating liquor also is set for trial Tuesday. His case was appealed from city court on April 23. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Etey'en COMMUNITY BRIEFS Around Town Births MEMORIAL—Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Murphy, 728 Glenway Dr., a daughter; to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Taylor, rural route 5, a son. • • -•-• Hospital Notes MEMORIAL — Admitted; John Bruner, Walton; Mrs. Evelyn Baker, 101 E. Columbia; Wally Evans, rural route 3, Rochester; Mrs. Retha Viney, rural route 2; Mrs. Iris Riffner, 131 W. Ottawa; Mrs. Mary Wooten, 421 Cliff dr. Dismissed: Mrs. Harold Conklen and daughter, rural route' 3; Frank Flynn, 130 Wheatland Ave.; Mrs. Ruth Freeman, 100 Hammond St.; Michael Delbrealh, 1312 W. Melbourne Ave.; Larry E, Helms,' rural route 1, Macy; Craig and Noel Kennell, rural route 1; Mrs. Kathryn Lane, rural route 2; John Layman, 1511 Michigan Ave.; Mrs. Bivola Smith, rural route 1, Twelve Mile; Mrs. Max Smith and son, 715 Brown St.; Charles Warner, 527 Kloenne; Mrs. Paul Watts and daughter, 826 W.. Melbourne; Miss Priscilla Whybrew, rural route 4, Winamac; Mrs. Nora Musselman, 522 Tanguy St. ST. JOSEPB'S-Aclmitted: Mrs. Vera Fettig, 1802 Jefferson St.; Miss Mlary Hahn, 1410 Seventeenth St.; Mrs. Emma Fay Weaver, 427 Cole St.: Miss Pamela Ingle, rural route 3; Frank Zeider, Royal Center. Dismissed: Mrs. Dorothy Fenamore, Peru; Miss Agnes Hipsher, 408 Burlington Ave.; John H. Beckman, 1309 Erie Aye.; Daniel Mordenti, 1323 Erie Ave'.; Mrs. Eddie Showiey and son. rural route 1, Lucerne. PaulO. Barts, 47, Ex-Rochester Man, Dies in Indianapolis ROCHESTER — Paul 0. Barts, 47, of 1056 N. Harrison St., Frankfort, manager of the Reagan Elevator near Frankfort, died at 5 a.m. Sunday at'the Robert Long hospital in Indianapolis following an illness of four years. Ifle had been a patient at Ihe hospital four weeks. Born in Plymouth on May 17, 1915, he was the son of 'Joseph and Ella Manuwall Barts. His marriage in Logansport on Feb. 27, 1937 was to Othelia Jam; Mow. He had lived in Frankfort 2'/4 years. He had spent most of his lifetime in the Rochester community. . He was a member of the First Methodist- church in Frankfort, the American Legion at Rochester, was on the board of directors of the Methodist church at Frankfort and was a director of a Boys Club in Frankfort. He was a vet- sran of World War II and was a member of the Rochester IOOF club. ; Survivors include his widow; a son, Philip, at home; a brother, Ralph, Rochester and several nieces and nephews. A sister and Iwo brothers preceded him in death. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Rochester EUB church with Dr. Frank Greer and Rev. Kenneth ; Foulke officiating. Burial will be in the Rochester IOOF cemetery. Friends may call at the,Foster and Good funeral home after 7 p.m. Monday and until noon Wednesday. The body wj!I lie in slate one hour at the church. Earl R. Good, 78, Of Winamac, Dies WINAMAC—Earl R. Good, 78, of Winamac, died in Memorial hospital in Logansport at 8 a.m. Sunday after an illness of five days. Born in Pulaski county Dec. 30, 1883, he was the son of George Good 'and Rebeccah Parcel. • He was a retired farmer and had lived the past several .months with a niece Mrs. Mary Zoidbr of Thornhope. Survivors include three brothers, George, of Winamac:; John, of Star City; and Mose, of Chicago Heights; one sister; Mrs. Zella Weisenburger, of Walton. Funeral services will lie held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Fry and Lange funeral home in'Winamac, Rev. C. D. Barringer officiating. Burial will be made in the Pulaski Presbyterian cemetery. Friends may call at the iuneral home. MORE HOME OWNERS WASHINGTON (UPI) 1 T h e Census Bureau has reported that more Americans are living in their own homes than in; rented dwellings. The bureau said Sunday .the 1960 census showed that of 53 million occupied dwelling units, 32 million were habitated by persons who owned them or were; buying them. The remaining unils were occupied by renters. Bunker Hill Hospital Notes Friday Admitted: Airman 1C Fred Kiser, Jr., Mrs. Ruth Gard, Mrs. Gertrude Avinger. Mrs. Jeanette Narog and Mrs. Gayle Gilmore. Dismissed: Airman 3C Harold Steur, S.Sgt. Charles Klenovich, Mrs. Dorothy Nier and daughter, Robin, and Mrs. .Mildred McFarlin. Births: A son to T.Sgt. and Mrs. Weldon Gard; a son to S.Sgl. and Mrs. Clarence Avinger; a daughter to 1st. Lt. and Mrs. Dernonly Narog and a daughter to Airman 1C Harvey Gilmore. Saturday Admitted: Mrs, Patricia Lane, Mrs. Mary Hessig, Mrs. Wilma Brunkala. Dismissed: Airman 2C Richard Peoples, Airman 1C William Pulliam, Airman 3C James Dynes, Airman 1C Fred Riser, Jr., Mrs. Galdys Goodncr and son, Steven, Richard Thomas, Roy Newlon and Mrs. Beulah Roper. Sunday Admitted: Mrs. Violet Darhower, Mrs. Corinc Spears, Mrs. Rosalie Speir, Mrs. Ruth Strong, Mrs. Eileen Mills, Mrs. Ramona Kosmardk. Dismissed: Mrs.' Anna Brilling- liam, Mrs. Dorene Stevens 'and Mrs. Judythe Wade and daughter, Deborah. Births: A son to Airman 1C and Mrs. Clarence Layne; a son to Airman 1C and Mrs. Earl Speir; a daughter of Airman 2C and Mrs. Charles Strong and a- son to T.Sgt. and Mrs. Urie Darhow- City Court Jess Murray, 63, of 224 W. Ottawa- St., was fined $25 and coils and his driver's license was suspended for one year when he appeared in (,'ily court Monday morning charged with driving.un- der the influence. The case was appealed to ' Circuit court." ,A charge of failing to yield the rjghj of way was taken under advisement. I James Kellsms, 30, of 102 Eel River Ave., was fined $10 and costs for assault and battery; ".Arnold Moser, 3<5, of Graysville, Ind;> paid $5 and costs for speeding. ". John Fields, 20, of rural route ?, Kewanna, charged with entering a tavern, was Fined $10 and costs!. Similar charges against four -airmen from Bunker Hill AFB were :ontinued until Friday, June 1. !. Five men charged with public intoxication were fined $5 and :osts. Another was sentenced to 10 days in the Cass county jail. ••• Circuit Court ' : The. National- Bank of Logansport asks $2,000 in a suit on a note and foreclosure of a mortgage filed Monday in circuit court against James L. and Ruby Smith. The. mortgage is on real estate in Washington township^. George Wildman is the attorney, (or the plaintiff. The estate of the late Mrs. Winona Noble, who died March.9, was estimated at $500 in personal property when it was opened with the appointment of a daughter, Kathryn Baber, as administratrix. Two daughters were listed" -as heirs. Orville Fox is the attorney for the estate. Mrs. Mary Doran was granted a divorce from Wayne Deran by Judge Kiesling on her cruelty charge. Marriage Licenses Charles High, 23, of rural route 2. Elkharl, .and Mariana Davwi Hopper, 21, of rural route 2, Walton. Victor. Lee Yoder, 34, of 1307 North St., and Betty May Kitchell, 41, 1304% E. Broadway. Theft of a plastic pearl colored transistor radio was reported-by GJen Kloenne of 815 Seventh St. He said the radio was taken from his automobile on May 16. Kloenne told police! the radio was Japanese made and was in a brown leather case. .He said the radio and case were valued at $24. Nils T. Musselman, personnel- man seaman, USN, son of Mrs. Billie L. Musselman of Route 4, Rochester, Ind., is serving aboard the guided missile heavy cruiser -USS Boston, a unit taking part in Exercise Quick Kick, a joint training operation held May 7-10, at Camp Leicune, N.C. John White, of 1918 E. Broadway, was taken from St. Joseph's hospital to room 114 at St. Vincent's hospital in Indianapolis.-, City firemen answered two alarms Sunday. The first was a false alarm ;it 3:49 p.m. from Chicago and Center Streets. The second at 9:31 p.m. was from the Beaumont Apartments at 127-129 E. Market Street where a hot water healer caught fire. The alarm was sent in after smoke had been observed in and about the roof of the building. Harold Sharpe, 1425 High St., was scheduled to undergo lung surgery Monday at Robert Long Hospital, Indianapolis. Isaac E. Foddrill, 86, Dies in Monticello MONTICELLO - Isaac -Edward Foddrill, 86, of 314 S. Bluff St., a retired photographer, died at 2:20 a.m. Sunday at the White County Memorial Hospital follow-. ing an illness of ten days.' , -. Born Feb. 5, 1876 in Lawrence County, Ind., he was the son -ot Henry 'and Mary Foddrill. -His marriage was to LuJono Love and she died, July 13, 1947. He had lived in the Bedford, Ind., community most "of his life[time. Survivors include a son. Eddie, Monticello; two grandchildren and a sister, Mi's. Alice Gray, Bed- iford. . | Funeral services will be held. | at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Miller ' funeral hoin£ in Monticello with Rev. Robert Ross officiating. Bur. ial will be in Riverview cemetery. • Friends may call at the funeral home. .r Sale Calendar May 26—Berkshire's Keith Berkshire May 26—Anna Claybaugh Monesmith, Auc't. May 26—Orde Bell Estate Rineharts, Aucts. May 26—Mae E. Wikel Estate Roy Grume May 26—Berkshire's Keith Berkshire June 9—Minnie A. Maxwell Rineharts Auets. TV TONIGHT 8:00 P.M, CAJNNEl 6 The 'Cass County Medical Society invites you toi view the program— "Your Doctor Reports' 7 On Medical Cure for the Aged

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