tOGANSPORT 'PHAROS-TRIBUNE Monday Evening, July 1,1935 rention at Gettysburg, Pa., in Aug Postoffice Victory »1 •** 'ownspeople Sing Praise Of Farley B>'«sidenta of the village of Lin- Hn, Jackson township, were join- by their rural neighbors and ids fr-ra adjoining communit- >'and cities Saturday in con- :tjng a "Prvise Jim Farley nut. staged in appreciation olI the cintion of the Lincoln pos: office. for more than a week towns- >ple and farmers within .a few leg of the village had been pre- ring for the occasion. They con- 'icted a platform on the vacant hetween the church and the (faKitchel store, where the post 'ice is boused, decorated the ,td awl trees about the place, (decked the store and post office Ith pictures and flags, erected a iw sign which read "Linclon post floe, thanks to Jim Farley,," and d other m-tle specials that •ought success to the Saturday ght celt-ration. Three pictures still hang in the lit office window. They are those i',* Aunt Emma Watkins, who is ' 'idlted with -having launched the fovement that saved the.post,of- Everett Watkins, her nephew the Washington,, D. C., news- per reporter whose letter to Sec- rtary Jim Farley of the Post Of- c* department, in behalf of Aunt fama "tone' the trick," and that t~3im Farl- % hero of the.day in toooln. The Farley photograph is ii autographed onu which, he sent jp Postmistress Kitchell wher. he Suieelled the order to have the Lincoln post office abolished. Placards besides the pictures teh the •world that "Lincoln is on the map and "Hurrah for Jim Farley. Russet" Bevington served 'as general chairman in making arrangements tor the event and Miss Inez Howard was his able assistant. All •Itlzens of the community co-op- Music for the celebration was provided by the Cass county Lincoln club band and the Bethlehem township drum corps, both being Republican organizations. , R Earl Peters, state FHA director and a close friend of Mr. Farley, represented the .cabinet members at the celebration. In his address ue ' declared that Farley had done just what any former resident of a small village would have done an.d then stated that Mr Farley credited Aunt Emma with providing the inspiration that resulted in cancellation of the-abolishment order. ,, V** o, 0 Aunt Emma was called to the platform herself.- This 'shy'little lady, loved'by all who know her timidly said she had done nothing to be praised r • and that when she sc-cited the aid of her nephew to save the.post office she only^di her duty. She then revealed tha sue had' been invited to be. the guest of Secretary Farley -at Wash ington,. where she would be me by the U. S. Marines, but declared she had not accepted the invitation because "she hal no business in Washington." Mrs. Watkins expressed pleasure in knowing that he post office had been, saved. Mrs. A. P. Flynn of Logausport xave a history of the town of Lincoln, showing that it had been laid out in l?52 : 'by Andrew Howard and Williamson Wright and named In honor of Theodore Lincoln, who was the surveyor. The post office •was established in 1856, she stated. Telegrams -from Frederick Van Nuys; and Sherman Minton, Indiana senators, congratulating the ctzens of kncoln were read by feorge A. Raub, Jr., postmaster at Logansport. ' . Among the visitors to return for the occasion were Mahlon Bell of Rochester, believed to be the oldest living native of Lincoln and Mrs. Ora Katkins, mother of Everett Watkins. Postal Clerks And Auxiliary Elect Logansport .chapter' No, ,807, .United National Association of Postoffice Clerk and Auxiliary, elected officers Thursday, men convening in the pdstofflce and. women assembling with Mrs. Ollie Clayton, 820 Spear street. New officers follow: Clerks — Robert J. Finnegan; president; Ralph Hopkins, vice-president; E V Pierce, secretary; Jacob Hinkle treasurer; Auxiliary—Mrs. E. V. Pierce, 'president: Mrs. L. K. Mor- rlcal, vice-president; Mrs. Jams* Helvle, •secretary-treasurer. Delegates to the state convention in Marion July 3 and 4'will be: Mrs. E. V. Pierce, Mrs. Ollie Clay, ton 'E. 'V-. Pierce, Robert J- -Finne gan, and Ollie Clayton.- Russel Watte and Arthur Jones were nam ed delegates to the national con- NEWFLASHES HARRISBTOG, Pa.-The^Penn- I, electric chair was deprJi- Deni, Philadelphia gangster. The: postponement -was the niui nlloived Deni since **:«»,-«»£ enced to (Ue March 14 Jof. fojtog Harry Donahue, Philadelphia patrolman. ' • JjVlll/VJ.', " HMX. •'•• imperturbable cow which to budge from the path ora motor bus near Khenlsiet, Morocco, caused the death of IS persons The bus overturned and cauglit fire -while attempting to avoid the cow Kiffht other passengers were Sen to a hospital In critical con. dltlon. BEL&RADE-Enra&ed peasants today attempted'to lynch -Ti^osla- vla's public enemy »«• -, f -- Eragal, after catching her In her 20th robbery. • " Pollcs arrived just as she was about to be lynched on an apple tree. CHICAGO—Sirs. Ruth Foster, 36 minister's wife, and her l*-m<>» fh old daughter, Ann, were Wiled _-_ a collision of her automobile with a safety Island on the south side outer drive. _\ CUSTER, 8.-D.—Fire of mysterl ous origin yesterday destroyed the state owned Sylvan lake hotel, oldest resort In the Blue hills. About half the saved with loss ol about $20,000. ETWTSIOS, DL—Wilbur Hess of Bice Institute, seeded So. 1, won the National Intercollegiate Tennis championship Sunday by defeating;.. Leonard Patterson, , eighth-seeded, of California Institute of Technology, 6-1, 7-9, •^_^_____ FORTWAYNEMAN KILLED IN CRASH FORT WAYNE, Ind. — Donald (Chick) Williams, 22, ,of. L this city, was killed yesterday and his companion', 1 Dorothy Droege, IS, was injured seriously when an automobile driven by Williams, collided with another car operated by Cecil Huffman at an intersection on U. S. highway 30, twelve miles west of here,. JACKSON FARMERS WILL MEET TONIGHT Elmer Schmaltz, county' chairman, and E, A. Johnson, county agricultural' agent, are scheduled to speak at a meeting of the'Jackson township farm bureau Monday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Clarence take, northeast of Lincoln. .They will discuss farm problems. Jackson township talent will furnish entertainment. MEET WEDJvESDAY An all day meeting and. picnic dinner will T.e held by th'e , Noble township H. E. club at the home of .Mrs.. Clay;.Ide Wednesday. Al former members -are invited. Ladies are to bring their own table service and covered dlsh:' : For the afternoon. program the committee in charge will be Mrs. Pete,Moss Mrs. Chester SchreckenKhaust and ,ucile McDowell. ' BOONE H.E. CLUB PICNIC TUESDAY The annual' Picnic' of. the, Boone township Home Economic club members and their families will be held at DyKeman park, Tuesday July 2 A picnic; dinner will be served at 11:45 o'clock. The 4-H girls, who are to be,special guests are contributing to the program. Mrs Fred Herrick of Washington •ownship will speak. Those desiring conveyance are asked to telephone Mrs. Iva Beauchamp. , JOHNSON TO HEAD PICNIC COMMITTEE Everett Johnson, county agent, was i-arrifed general" chairman to plan fo- the annual Farmers Mer- cHants picnic at the meeting of the Cass county Farm Bureau directors Saturday night at the court house. , . ' The event will 'be staged in August, the date to be fixed,later. Short talks were made by W. J. Price, chairman: of the bureau tax committee and ""Elmer- Schmaltz, county bureau president. JAILED Woodrow Brosier, city, was arrested by police Saturday afternoon on a warrant charging assault and battery on Otto Jensen. He probably W'.l be tried in city court, -."•• •--•'--• • Two Hurt As Cars Crash . ^utome accidents sent two pe'rsons to .the Cass cousty hospital Saturday night. . Mrs. Laura E. Graal of war Younc America suffered body injuries at 7:30 o'clock Saturday eve- mug when her machine, south bound on the Morgan hill road, crashed into the. rear portion of a truck operated by John bayger, Rochester, at a crossing five miles south of Logans-port. The Sayger truck was traveling west across the pavement. Milk, , butter .and cheese making up the cargo on^the truck, were scattered over the highway. Both cars -were badly dam. jacic Walker, 2S, of 400 High street, .suffered injuries when his or and a machine operated by. E. J- Babb, 25, of Walton crashed at Seventeenth and Market streets at midnight, abh, iis--wile *nd child .-were unhurt. Both cars were Trrecked. r MARTIN Funeral services for Mrs. Alice Martin 76 .vtfow of Horace Martin; who died Friday were held Sunday from Pleasant Valley Uni- versalist church. Burial was-made i n Miller cemetery- Abner Shanks, brother of tie deceased is the only survivor of the famil of eleven children of the late Joseph and Betsy Shanks. CHICAGO ' Texas yellows : 60-85. Texas whites 60-95. . Calif gloibes 90-1-1- Sinclairixe Your Car Check transmission and differential— flush the radiator — lubricate the chassis — d r a i n the crankcase — frave the battery tested—fill with H-C gasoline (99 million foot-pounds per gallon)'. U. S. HAUCK Xorth 3rd St. & Miami 1934 | Chevrolet Coach — Low mileage, excellent condition. A real buy $525 at 1931 Pontiac Coupe—Good paint, good rubber, mechanically in fino condition. We will offer for Tuesday and Wednesday only for 1932 Buick Light S Sport Sedan —6 wire wheels, good rubber, tine paint. In wonderful mechanical condition. A real buy at .... . . . at THE PRICE YOU WANT TO PAY! How a bout it? Is the old bus ready to stand the strenuous demands you'll make on it for the Holiday? If you're not sure of it, it will pay you to look over bur list of exceptional buys! Select From This List: 34 Chevrolet Coupe ,,.... - $535 33 Chevrolet Coupe .......... 420 31 Chevrolet Coupe'......,...' 265 31 Chevrolet Coach 265 32 -Chevrolet Coach ........ • • 335 30 Chevrolet Coach - - • 19 5 '29 Chevrolet Coupe .......... 145 '29 Chevrolet Sedan -. - 1J5 '28 Lasalle Sedan, 7-Pass. ..... 175 '29 Ford Coach • 14 ° '28 Buick Coupe, 4-Passenger ... 125 '27 Standard Buick Sedan ...... 75 '26 Master Buick Sedan - 80 '27 Standard Buick Coach 60 '25 Packard Sedan 7 5 Whatever way you plan to spend your "4th" this year, there are ways and means of doing it better—really making it the grandest, most glorious holiday you've ever had. Your merchants are ready to supply the things you II need and all the other things, too, that go to make the Fourth of July enjoyable and memorable for everyone. ^Get your family to help you make your shopping list, get their suggestions and ideas, then get the values that the merchants on this page offer. There s no more economical' way to prepare for the grandest kind of a "Fourth." 24 Hour Service .'SEE--.. HOWELL-JOHNSON One Place to Get That Ford Service! Why Take a Chance on Your Car Without Proper Diagnosis 1 WASHING -- POLISHING — GREASING— T1EES — BATTERIES— OIL — ETC. BEER SPECIALS Logan Beer, 3 for ,.;C,,-. : . $2.00 Case ALL OTHEBS ...-10c $2.20 Cage FREE DELJTERT AL PARISI 10« Sixth St.—Phone 986 211 E. Market St. Phone 1040 W. S. E. Motor Sales 217 E. Broadway—Easy GMAC Terms—Open Evenings—Phone 650-660 Double-Dip Coney Popsicles Cheerios DON LONG'S DOUBLE DIP 4tti is Market FIREWORKS! THE MOST COMPLETE LINE *' In The City! FAIR GROUNDS East End of Broadway SPECIAL VALUES IN CHOICE PICNIC MEATS FOR FOURTH OF JULY OUTINGS You'll enjoy your picnic more if you have quality' luncheon'Mrieats from the City Meat Market, You'll find'a complete, selection there at very-reasonable prices- CITY MEAT MARKET 306-08 E. Market Sinclairize Your Car Check transmission and differential—flush the radiator lubricate the chassis—drain the crankcase— have the battery tested—fill with H-C gasoline (99 million foot- pounds per gallon). U. S. Hauck North 3rd St. £ Miami How Can the 4th Be Glorious^! WHEN YOUR FEET HURT? ROMEO SHOE REBUILDING SHOP Market and Pearl Sts. 'i Equip Your Car FIRESTONE STEWART-WARNER RADIOS With a 1 FIRESTONE « Service Store SATE Up To 820.00 On lOUKCAEKABIO! B. JACKSON, 3rd Phone 534 With a New Car From .Our— USED CAR BUYS! 1931 Ford V-8 Tudor 19S4 Ford T-8 Coupe 193S Ford Y-S Tudor 193S Ford V-S Conpe 1983 Ford V-S Eoadster 198J CaeTTolet Coach 1951 Cherrolet Coup* ttSO Cherrolet Coach IS50 Ford Conpe < A Number of Low Priced Used Cars Of All Makes THOMAS & JUSTICE AUTHORIZED FORD DEAXESS lll-US S. 'SIXTH §1.
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