Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 1, 1935 · Page 2
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 2

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, July 1, 1935
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LOGAJs! SPORT PHAROS-TRIBUNE Monday Evening, July 1,1935 f" p s. SOCIETY RADIO WAVES * Ted Fjorito, famed leader- V composer, who, in addition to his £ , regular CBS -broadcasts, is pinch hitting ; for Wayne K'Ing during the letter's vacation, will start a n«w .Sunday "Summer Serenade" *eries 6:30 to 7:00 P. M... EST, beginning July 7. ' A pioneer in the field, of broadcastin -f- Tad is heard currently over the WABC . Co- Inimbla. network from the scene of his 1919 radio debut, the \ Bdrewater Beach Hotel in Chii 1 " cago. - 1*1 Annette Xellerman. famous swimming star o£ the screen and feminine leader, will make her first network appearance when she is, interviewed by Kate Smith on .her hour program over the WABO-Co- lumbla network,' Thursday. July 4, from 7 to ,8 p- m.,'EST. „• A -special radio version of SIg. mund Rom-berg's :<jver-popular "Student- Prince' -'and.-guest star appearances by Claude Eains, Gary Grant and Gertrude Michael will i* the outstanding features of Dick Pwelr 1 * "Hollywood Hotel", program over WABC and the ; coast- to-coast Columbia network on Fri- f, -July .5, from 8 to 9 P- m..- EST. **« • . T A' special nationwide broadcast' ''honoring the beloved American compoaer, Stephen Foster, will be presented over the Columbia Broadcasting System on July 4, from 2:30. to 3 p. m. EST. The program will .originate. 'in. the house In which Foster was born and which i^now a part of Henry Ford's fam- -oug collection of antiques and .;oiw Americana 'at Greenfield Village,! near Detroit, Mich. Leona Crlsman, Cleveland, 0., became the bride of Anthony Fet- tls Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Fettig Sr., 426 Burlington avenue, in St. Joseph's parsonage at eight o'clock Saturday night. Father M. J. Aichinger read the single ring service. The bride wore .a light.blue crepe frock with white accessories and carried an arm bouquet of .flowers. Louisa Fettig, sjster o£ the groom, was her maid of honor and wore a pink crepe drese and white accessories and carried flowers. Claude Berkshire, Mr., Fettlg.- nephew, served as best man. A reception was held following the ceremony in the home of Mr. and'Mrs. Anthony Fettig Sr., with aoi;ointment«, carried out in pink and blue. 'Mr. 'and Mrs. Harry Fettig of Fort Wa v ne were among ;hrte present, , ; Mr. and Mrs. Fettig are • residing In Beaumount apartments. Mr. Fettijr Is employed.here at the Logansport. Machine company. Scout Cub Pack No. 2, Washington school,' and families of members enjoyed a basket dinner and- picnic at Nyona lake Sunday. Nearly 40 persons attended and enjoyed boating, gwiiriming and contests In addition to the,dinner. A similar event will be held later this gummer. Announcement is made of the marriage of Louise Gish, Deer i>eek, and David Mitchell, Kokomo. The ceremony was performed at the home of : -the Kev. Stanley ia Pyrmont. -After July 8 Mr. and Mrs. Mltch- .ell.wiK be at home at 1434 South Armstrong street, Kokomo. Cou ty Clerk Sylvester Kelly has Issued marriage licenses to: -Mar- thu. Maxwell, 410 West Linden avenue, and Frank Brickell, Kokomo; Florence Wolf and LaVern DeBoo, Royal Center. Phllathea-A class, Baptist Temple will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Floyd O'Neill of Clinton road. The Snyd«r family reunion wij] be held September 8 in Spencer :park. \. ; Marian' Thaln, who will leave soon for Tucson, Ariz., was. hon- -ored 1 Friday evening, -with » din- 'ner-bridge party in the home of "Am Parker, 215' .Eighth, /street. Other hostesses were Mary Flanegin, Blanche. Baker and T 5lma D Mfs» m Thaia and Mary Ellen Mull won prizes in bridge. Others present follow: Betty Barnes, Helen Vance, Betty/Lou David, Beth -Thomas, . Virginia Clo'sson, Mary EUen ,Sturdevant, Frances Landis, Betsy.- Johnson, Ilary Jane"Wheadon;-Mary-Jane Bpwyer and Caroline Justice.. , ^ .Rice, .noted, authority "on sports and famed as' a' writer <,«j»d commenator, will' bei'-heardcta ,*, ,ne.w, flve week, .-series ,of .noye.) i ip6rti programs over an NBC- I'.WEAF-network on Thursday nights' from. 5:'15 toi 5:30 p-.m.. C6T.,. beginning .July 4. Louis Prima and- .hlg Famous Door Five, whose '.ultra-torrid style of "scat" music has proved •* -sen- ••nation in New York' during the;paat iWring--'will-be heard .o've.r ithe Columbia' network on-Tuesdays, from %:4.5 to 9:00 P, m., andMon Thura- Ws from 8 .to 8:15 p.rn beginning July 9th; While the' broadcasts will be" sent from the WABC studios in New' York, the Quintet will continue nightly at the Famous Door Restaurant. Special For The Ladies During July And August We are ottering the following Beauty Specials in order that you may [become better acquainted with our modern enulpped Beauty Salon! SPECIALS^ or July and August! FIKGER WAVE j *$s Regular 50c—Special ......85c SHAMPOO ' Regular 50c—Special .........85c . OIL SHAMPOO ; Regular 750^-Speclnl ..:.. . ; 50c EYEBKOW ARCH Besrolar 50c—Special 85c . . .. .. - . . . We use only the 'best of, Shampoo, and. Finger Wave Lotion. • '' .... JTOTE :-7-Make your appointment now .for ; your. . July 4th beauty needs. : , ^ „ Wedekind Beauty Salon 501) Bdwy. Phone 1054 R G. MCCLOSKEY FUNERAL DIRECTOR 216 .Bast Market St. Ph. 261 .Mrs. Emily- Stu'debaker of High s' eet ro: 1 will -entertain". -Alpha Mu chapter, TriT Kappa sorority, Mondarnight. Pledge services will be held and a social meeting enjoyed with Jean Alyce Spencer, Ruth Copeland, Dorothy Berger, and., Margaret. Ann r Wagner in charge. Friends of ' 0V Howard, 211 West Miami avenue, honored .him recently 'with a 'farewell .party. Mr. Howard retired Pennsylvania carpenter, and his wife will move soon to Hoovers, T-l. - - , ' j M xlne Garrett entertained some Iriends 'recently, providing games and contests for their amusement and serving refreshments. Prizes in contests went to Roberta Cree, Job- "Wilson, Mildred Grittln, ar' 1 T^artin and Chester Meek. daw. blue, and Mri. Sloop an .ensemble ot dark -blue material. Mr. and Mrs. Abbott -*dU reside near North. Manchester. Mrs. Robert Stone,' SO EelRlver avenue, was honored with a -covered dish dinner recently on her birthday anniversary. The 'affair was staged as a surprise by 18 Gossard factory employes. The cafe dance'staged by members- of Logansport lodge, No. 66, Benevolent -and Protective Order of the Elks, in the hall Saturday night was well attended. William Hayworth's band provided the music, St Vincent's. Girl Scout troop members will hike to Crow's Hollow east'of Logansport Tuesday. Meeting day has been .changed from -Wednesday to Tuesday and the- troop ; ;has been divided l into three patrols. , , _ •Miss Ruth Fiorenc? v. Archer, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs.. 'William Archer of -North Manchester, and Lee Ford" -Abbott, .Whitley county, were married Saturday noon In the home of the R«v. Oliver E. -Sharp of near .Twelve Mile. ' ' Mrs. Fernie Sloop, . Logansport, and George Archer, • North/Manchester, attended the couple. The bride wore an-ensemble of C o A FOR HIGH GRADE Coal and Service c«a W.M. Smlth& Co. 880 High Owa«r J'r. and Mrs. Joseph Turner, east of Flora, honored Elmer Boda -with a. party .on" his tenth birthday. Gr nes and .contests w^re .provided and refreshments served. j Mary • Alice -Murphy, twelve-year- oid daughter, of Mr. and Mfg. Edward 'Murphy'; 810 Speax street, will be presented in a public piano recital by her teacher, Miss Mar-' guerite "Blackketter at 8 o'clock Tuesday night in Roosevelt audi- ;orium.' , Miss' Murphy •B'ill be assisted by Rita Ann Fisher, dramatic pupil of Miss Dorothy Wilson: . She : will play 13- numbers including, four duets and Miss Fisher will give six readings. Board Opens Its Monthly Session .Faced' with the problem of receiving bids for highway department supplies Tuesday the county :ommissioners rushed the work of examining and signing bills ,at their opening July session 'Monday. . , Orders for most of tlie material to be purchased will- include instructions requiring delivery when needed. Two score firms have applied lor blanks • on which to file bids for the .various .supplies,- including also a group .for the county ingineer. . .' Local Physician Completes Course Dr. William C. Barjiett has returned from New York City.where OUE FINISHED FAMHT SPECIAL! . FOB 'Mutt 'Contain At least One-half Flat Work lOc For Each Additional Pound C A Iff P B E 1 1/ ' S , laundry "* Dry Cleaning ' Phone ;134 . '. A Dwelling. Burns; Every ; Four *.Mlnute8, you; may.'be- next.v -if • : ;»o .-.will yow • have. Insurance vPfotectlon. 'See us and make it adequate. . CREE & ^VIPPEKMAJf . Phone '800. ;..'..'-"•- Log'ansport Loan- & Trust Bldg. SUNSHINE CLEANERS Phone Curtains and Blankets Pillows and Feather Ticks Bag Bngs Washed Campbell Laundry Laundry and Dry Cleaning PHONE 184 TUESDAY FRIED CHICKEN 25c Lenbn'a Sandwich .Shop On Sixth, Op'p. City Bldg. last Tribute To The Departed A'Grace. Burial Vault—Always Dry and-Lasts Through Uio Ages IHENORWAlK VAULT CO. Residence Phone ,2454 Fill Tour Bin NOTT at SUMMER PRICES WOLF COAL & SUPPLY CO 814 Heath St , Phoaej Don't Abuse Th« only Dalr oi eyes you'll ever have— Hare them examined. Glasses If you rieed them. Optical Co. 410 Fourth Street Dr. Baker--rJ> r -H* 1 ". Optomefcrlsts—Phone 1089 he took- a two,-weeks post graduate course at the Columbia university Medical school. Previous" to entering upon the course'.the local'physician attended the-National. Heart association convention's.? Atlantic City- PIliTERS , UIBOY 17 Tear Old Ternon Butcher of YtTUte Countj, Perishes »'e«r •Remington REMINGTON, Ind., July 1—Unable to swim, 17:year old Vernoa Butcher, s on of Mr. and Mrs. RoD Stoc j k Quotations NEW YORK, July. 1—Pre-holiday lethargy on' the stock market today, was •'accentuated by cautious ness of traders awaJtin* outcome pt ,tb,e. utility holding company till in< the .House. - The - market'* —tone was • firm Irom the outset and .ffcins o£ fr * c " tious to more "Hutu-'a?"point were recty ded in al ldiy,islons. But the ralljng attempts v were ieetile and attracted^no participation- -Am Smelt AT&T ........... , ..... ... 125 Anaconda-,.^. ........ %-••• 13% Auburn ........ .' ............ 23% Bendu .DULUilci, gULi UL .tj.1. •»—\^. bert Butcher ot three miles soutn .of hers drowned in a gravel pit on the Roy Atkinson farm, seven- miles south of .here, yesterday afternoon wh.tn he. fell from-a raft r-° and . several companions nad constructed.- Others- on the .raft at trie time of .the tragedy, were his brother-Harold, Donald Dexter, --Benme Ge'ib and.-David Hewitt..The: boys said-that Vernon lost his balance and fell into the water where it wa s; ' about 20 feet deep. He never 'came: to the surface. The body was -recovered after two -hours, searca and artificial resuscitation-methods applied but to no avail. . . Coroner Harry .Oomly; of Fowler .investigated- • St. Margaret's Court, Lady Foresters, will, convene at S o CIOCK Monday night with Mrs. Alf Eagan, 614 Wheatland avenue. Bethlehem .................... 27 .Case 57% Chrysler -. 48 %• DuPont 102 Frestone ' 1* <* Gen Elec .., ........... 25% Gen Mot ..... ... • • • • • • • 32%' Goodrich ••• ...-•• Goodyear •Int Harv .... ........'.-Kenne^, I 7i John Man , 52%; Mack'........ 20 Mont Ward 27% •«% Ply Oil . Pure Oil .........,..-. Sears ..... ......... ;..,.,.. 42%. Std Brands St Oil ind .... U s Rubber .'.';.;...•.. ...... l-% U S Smelt Steel Grain Review CHICAGO. July 1—A volley of black rust reports .from Xebraska carried a fresh waveol bullish sentiment into'the wheat market today on the Chicago Board of Trade. I ' " Through rust normally causes little damage "to the winter wheat there~was"a -wide esread belief that ther'e will be some injury to the crop.this year. A report by R. 0. Cromwell, noted crop expert, indicated that "the crop, in eastern Nebraska probably will be reduced by several bushels per acre. He found evidence of rust in all parts of the .states. There also were scattered reports of the dread dis- east from South Dakota'."" At the end wheat was 1% to cents higher July S6"& cents; corn ws s off % to % cents, July cents and oats were off % cent to up % cent July 36 cents. Mr. and Mrs. Leo ShuH mnd daughter of BurnettsviUe Friday visited '"rs.* Shull's mother. Mrs. Charles Gugle, who is confined to St. J^s^ph's hospital.. - Toledo Grain In elevators transit ^Tieat 2 red Corn 2 yel SS%-S9%. Oats 2 white '.43%-43%.. Rye 2 5S-59. -. Warner's Greenhouse, Phone SSO. Closing Out Auction Sale of of Household Furniture l*t home or Mrs. S. C. Waters, 2^4 miles aorta L...- Cicott, Wednesday.' July S, 12 o'clock. . COULD NOT DO HER Chicago Cash Grain j H 0 US E WI R K .Wheat 2 red.S9tff; 2 hard 100%: 3- dark hard 3S%. Corn 2 yel 84% -S6; 3 yel SS^i- S5"v 4 yel S3% 5 yel S2; 2 white ^.; 3 white ,87-SS. ....'. Okts 1 -n-tite 39%'; 2 white 39^440;, 3 '-: white 35%-37%; 4 white 35%-36% ; ; sample 34-36. Rye no sales. . Barley, .feed quoted :45-50 ; malting 60-iod. _ '_'• ' • ." ..'•':"' -Timothy -seed' 5.75. . Cloverseed 13.25-18.25. Cash prdvigiohs LaH I 360 B: loose 1370 N; ieaf :1400 Nr bellies 1712 N.- ' •'"•''. r .' W HEN thing you attempt is a burden — when you a« oer*oax mnd icri- t«ble- — »t your wit'K «ftd— try this medicine. If m*y be just what * you need for «xtra energy; Mn. C2iarl« I~, Clidmus of Trenton, New Jer«ey, ••ayv ,!*AAtc doiog iuit a little work I had to toe down. My mother-in-law recommended the Vegetable Compound; I can »e« a wonderful change now. Call for 4%, the Perfect Mixer. at your dealer, Coca-Cola 'Bottling Works, Distributor. ••• iohdaU • • Barefoot Sandals ; SUes Trom Sn»U « to AT PEEP CUT PRICES BE COMTORTABLE-WEAR WOMEN'S WHITE KID FOOTWEAR $•1.49 Hundreds of pairs of Stylish Footwear in Straps, Ties and Oxfordi with Spike, Cuban, Military and Low heels. We have yonr In Cool Fabric Footwear!! -MESH TAMPS — COBAK HEELS — I/EATHEB SOLES WHITE SANDALS Kid Or Linen WOMEN'S TOELESS SANDALS MEN'S^V/HITE All New Styles WHITE SLIPPERS WOMEN^S WHITE / f T ^^ I T 1 ta i ^ w *.,,.--. — ^ -^^^L , , f f SLACKS \ 0. i MEN'S VENTILATED OXFORDS MEN'S WHITE CANVAS OXFORDS $1.49 SHOE STOKE V J

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