Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on July 1, 1935 · Page 6
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 6

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, July 1, 1935
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REUNION -•- m -•-•-•'• y : • <fv Monday EvtniriK, July 1,1935 - ^ ^| Blt«r*M» Pttk. jjy 4—Old Jk*e Psnslon picnic «ly 14—Sh*nah»n, Roller, vly sl'-'lBurcht Xiflnoxi. Uy »8—Fruahour, Sturgeon. • 4-^Try *ud Wallace, 11—-Tolea, Phillip.-* ittr.-Mdtlty- B ' - rt U—JTlnchcr, Berry. 1st 25—Neth&rcutt-Grantham, I John Rife, WarOeld, «t»e- Jfey ot Van W«t. 0., Ely. ptember 1—Fatten. tmber 8—Helvie, Smith. DPVMW*. *H* . S»—H.lm Stx«t Church ol ^ttnj P«ople... 7—Ultaoi. Day. 10__Wom«tt'» B«n«Ht *•»• on. . 14—a»Trard.. 11—Plank. Odell •.IMP *im r 1»—William Cox, SMOS..'^^ "Small, ' ' Marvin, Crotsh'all, Jam.. , Murray. 7—CrooK.- Vow Mln ^m Gin Hurt },' GmardstnM in Highway Mishap - ^-~ -Alice jRemley, '21, o^,I>ucerne,. •as 'admitted -to' St. Josephs ital atiout -10:30 o'cloi Itht for treatment, SB :,i n nutomoWlB. accident ou_.the. Sigh strew road j«st east o£ .Tven- y-.txthstr^et/Herlnjures^ar^o a minor nature ,the hospital report- !» 8; R 6 uiley sufler^a.s^eTe eg les - laceration 'and guises when an automohil*;- driven ..W Merle D«clt, 20 o£ LucWne, ^" crowded'from the pavement and rolled over after slipping over m- to the ditch along the south, side 5 the road. D & cX and another young woman' and ma n In.the car escaped . Old Mr. Bostoi Co., Occupies Fiye New Five modern new hulldings Mon y became the home of Old Mr Boston distilling company at Bos n Mass, according to informa - eoatt-t<HX>a.t and *-: H-B»rker, BehmwvXnarr, Logan. June Jtljcellaneoui. 30-Shanks-John. Shank* Kendall reached by taking - o state road 24 to Seafleld taoTi. go inr Ur miles north and two mles west, destination , being nsar the Palestine- 'church;-'. • y . Jul y'. J l'4— Gerlach and fcesher— 18-Fleld-Maxkley, J ; I F«e*EHVC* CAKE cconnt. e ictogs j^e to *fr(Ji*to«tli.« otrrtow*r *• ctlnction, -with ^M «Ktar M a »ad kwp them Ml M th«y stand. James Washburn..:. g rove. Star Brother of Sex Killer Arrested On Grave Cbargf PEORIA;:IIL. July -1- tor Thompson, ,20. Bother . . -aid Thompson, confessed sex slay- of pretty Mildred Hallmark a y . , MM in Milter ortna g statutory, '.charges .involving -an year-old boy. ..t The child's parents ^".^ warrant after, they told police. lad told 'them Victor _ coaxed Into the Thompson :.hou«e_ promise of giving, him a 'nickel. ''•After news -spread the younger rime more -inau. AU« -o-"-,-. • many ot them women,..formed out 8ld e th. Thompson r 6 8idence. Cries of "Lynch him, rang thS/h the. air. Just a the -ob about, to lores entrance, county iail. -Gerald' confessed a« Miss Hallmark, night cli and'member of a re«P«ct»d - -family home June 16th and;atter taSng her .to a. lonely, cemetery struck her when she resented ms affections. Her nearly ,nud» body M-as found the'followingmorninK,. Rochester Rally Beats Lafayette T 4TT"AVTCTTE- Ind. July.. 1 a^ for ail oT their .run. in Je Sghth -frame, . the Rocheste 'jaerchants .defeated .the Lafayatt Red Sox here yesterday, -4 to,j The score: . • . ^ .Rochester,.. 000 000 040-4 7 . Lafayette... 001 100 010-3 5 Q-, .Smith Fl»ck and and Rosser rs. trtliutlhg company,: Inc. o ,tms city, local distributor for Old .Mr. Boston .products : in this- territory It is said that. the plant w *' »..»? 'geet'of its type;in the United Sta t6 Th« plant, consist. 'of five, ultramodern buildings c ° m ^ tel ' Al S"« roof-almost a ."crystal palace^ vlth the great expanses of w n O wg. to admit a mlximum o£ sun £t.. The buildings .t^selves re designed and arranged to facll- ate efficient, production, ^ ad "°f nd warehousing of tremendous ld Mr. Boston output •'$ ^ 1 ;1 .- £ 4 1 4 battalion, of steelthelmeted called out to presme peace in Tacoma, of lumber worker,. Thmt. of • fener.1 rtnk. the crucial situation which ««d• it Cacao, The ixtt floor ot the maiix S Bonded war buildln«8 of o e - : advance ot K«ner*l present day uiMe-yWohj.it .you know Old Mi. Bogton, is quite typical, uled -it" Riverside park Thursday u morning (the Fourth o£ July), cording to an srinouncement made Monday by Hom<ir Bickell, secre- ury oTthe city -.ottbaU league as- he water again and drowned. Winamac , t/DLiUU} i« *A~.-— -- The n«w-plant will —•;-., jicltyoi 9MO cases per day, and i direct^ freight siding 'Uads *« Loading and. unloadir When-'-the-maximum reached-the Federal J - it7 ""---'-, . nf benefitVto the tremendous total, of $11,000,000 taxes .yearly..-The « e'ction 'ol -.the building •. and - tl« confttruction ,of : m*ny .pieces 01 machinery and other .J^"" 1 * have 'given : muo!h needed.worx to. hundreds of person«^_ Feature Softball Battle Scheduled e wifl oppose the tormltatt. KG aggregation. Play will start ft 9 o'clook. Dunphy. ^-hurler o thV Oossards. and- Oorcoran w 1 comprise' the battery, of the - AH-stars while Jaclc Ins ey and Dtem«r •will work for the Oil«rs. Saved From Suicide, Succeeds Second 'ANDERSON, mpV— Silas LycoB, .^-worker, leaped -tote .a wate.r filled abandoned gravel pit here yesterday but was 'rescued by^ a Reunion, are to be held .ows: ! June 3-Hous«r, Winamac park; 21-Swarttell, Winuntc park,. 28-Lebo,. Winamao. park; Home Hygiene »|id care ot.tht lick classes will be conducted T>y MiM Anna Bulander Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Denham. aad Tuesday afternoon at 2.00^ *t -,. August 11-Enyeart,. . Trajip and Fry, Winamao park; August 18— Cralner-Deckman, Winamao _park. 8«pt 1 Zellers, Winam— park. program was n Kid ' ascertained-, that . . gons were near. Lycon .le*ped into basket dinner noon .and there was,- a .and recreation m .tlie^. Mrs. Alice .WbmacXs ol .-district S. and E. leader '"CRebelcalx lodge willmeet,on Wednesday ..evening at . the-^r This will be their,last meeting, ing-the. summer Monterey July -10. The 6lrl -Scouts, troop No. 3 will hold .their meetings' TuMday afternoon at' 2:30 instead ot, Wednesday during the summer months. L« Turner, has goc« to Kokomo -where he "has temployment. Mrs' "W T. Davidson of Lexin»ton, Ky.. '•.!• spending a lew dayi with. h«r son «erman and. family BesT^orrell has accepwia ' * position in -the state Hou.e Bureau ab"Indianapolis. Mr and.Mrs. -Rollo Me*.trly--ot Liogansport returned,. n ? m %J r " 1 ^- - - few .days visit here, with father, Charle., Me.-, Phemmof Star City-}• ««• ioualy .Ill- rat jmMiiill*""* 11 ^O « t > bti> ' 1 i water, sugar and salt in aiid melted manual- at until smooth. , 0 r nm allow iciixg h«* a JfeTtoSrV and worth, bandtog tbe ictog the cake feel, its NEWS that brings relief QUALITY BU1I.T G-E FANS at Today's Low Price ATHLETES SAY: "THEYDONt GET YOUR WIND!' SUIAN VlLA«, the free-style swimming champion, comment.: 1 v« dbcovcred that. Camels are mild. They dotft cut down my wind. Camel* are fell of rich, smooAwwr ...OF OKLY $460 SAM HOWARP, the-high- diving champion, aays: "I cao smoke :Camels all I want to and keep in perfect •condition.' Camels arc !»o mUd. They never get-my wind. And when tired a Camel gives me new energy." CAtl HU1HU, .tar pitcher of the N. Y. Giants: "C«nel«>are »o mild, they never get ^tm my wind or ruffle my nerves." GIOROI .ARKIR, the former inteicoll«gi«e track star: "A cross-country runner has to keep imhape.I've learned one thing about cigarettes -Camel* are mild. They don't get my wind, and they never bother my nerves." OIOROI M. tOTT, JR., tennis itsr.tsyi :"Camels nevertak* the edge off my condition or g«t my wind, because they are mild. I understand more expensive tobaccos ire used in Camels. That accounts for their mildness!" GENERAL ELECTRIC TANS BEETS »N OTWS THJLT PACKS X DOUBLE At » price in Jt« p«r- cbate tmoecewacy. » KKLIKF . . \gb0t witti it cool phooetoday be tn«ly *uLCued-. *t mntging values w 6 '^ 6 . jn guaranteed, that ouafcty Geoen^ " CA«L HUiilU, • Camel smoker for many years, ghtmsction on the dia : ve cau nj flavor, plus mildness-a rare on. Atid they nev- Tdwalka mile for a Camel!" BILL MIHLHORN, the star golfer, adds this timely word: Tve got tokeepfit to compete in tournament golf. I can smoke Camels steadily. From years of experience I know they won't get my wind or jangle my nerve*. YOU'U LIKE THEIR MILDNESS TOO! se Camels are so mfld...made from more tobacco, thai any other popular brand^ .moke all you please. Athleta, are agreed do not jangle the nerve. orget«h« tire of their appealing flavor. FLANEGIN HDWE CO. _. «, »io XXRKE'T ST. COSTLIER TOBACCOS! Camel, are made from finer, MOKE EXPPNSnra TOBACCCg —Turkish «nd Domestic— than any other pbpiilw: brand. (S ipU <t>*. J.MVNOU5S TOBACCO CO., !TutttO«-S«l*«, N. C. KKOKE 711

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