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Evening, December 2, 1957. __ Condition of 5 S torn boughs Said 'Good' WMAMAC _ .Five members of we John Stombaugh family, hurt in an auto accident Thanksgiving uaj, were pronounced in "good and satisfactory" condition today at two hospitals. ' John Stombaugh, the father, aged 36, was in "satisfactory" condition at St. Joseph Hospital in Logansport. His left arm was broken, his left ear cut, he had several scalp cuts, and suffered concussion and shock. His wife, Louise was in "good" condition at White County Memorial Hospital in Monticello. She had a bruised arm, bruised knees and suffered from shock. Their three children were also in "good" condition at the White county hospital. Roger, aged 11, had a bloody-nose, cuts, and shock. Janet, aged 6, -had a .concussion, possible neck injuries, and cuts. Ronald, aged 3, had a bump on the head, bruised legs, and scalp cuts. The mishap occurred about 10:20 a.m. one mile north of Reynolds on "US 421. The Stombaugh' car struck an oncoming car after pas-sing another, went off the road, hit a light pole and went down a steep embankment. The parents were thrown from the car. Ronald Stombaugh was pinned under the back seat. The car started to smoulder but did not burst into flames. The oncoming car was driven by Robert E. Craig, aged 17, of Niles, Mich. There were five occupants of this car, all of whom were uninjured. The third car involved was driven by Hilda Welker of Lafayette. She and her sister, Lusia, received severe facial cuts and bruises and were taken to a Lalayette hospital. Deaths and Funerals HAND Furveral services for Charles 'E. Hand, 75, will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Chase-Miller funeral home, with the Rev. H. H. Hashberger officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. GREIDER Last rites for Charles D. GreidM, 71, of 125 West Linden avenue, will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Fisher funeral home, with the Rev. Pe.ul Winder officiating. The Eagles lodge will hold services at 7.-30 p.m. Monday. Burial will be In E'a- vis cemetery. RICHARDSON Final rites for Myrtle Richarcl- son, 52, were held Monday afternoon at the Chase-Miller funeral homes, with the Rev. M. L. Robinson officiating. Burial was in Sit. Hope cemetery. HARSHMAN Final rites for Geneva Cathia:- ine Harshman, 36, of 1330 North Third street, were held Monday .afternoon at the Pilgrim Holiness church. The Rev. Ralph McCrory and the Rev. Ernest Carroll officiated. Burial was in Ball Hill cemetery. H1CKMAN Final rites for Anna"Hickir,'ari, of 10 East Linden avenue, were held Friday morning at the Fisher funeral home, with the Rev. Thomas Weigand officiating. Burial was in Mt. Hope cemetery. BUSH Funeral services for Alia Buiih, who died Friday ir; Boston, Mass., will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Fisher funeral homo. Plan to Raze Small East End Structure .George Ebey, 1727 George street, Monday was issued a building permit to raze a small dwelling behind his home, on the same lot, at an estimated cost of $100. Robert Buck, building commissioner, also issued a permit to Ralph Layman, 1511 Michigan avenue, who Friday filed an application to make general repairs estimated at $1,500 to the house at 1513 Michigan avenue. Delphi Starting today, local elementary school children will bring bundles of used clothing to school in observance of World Clothing Week. The collection will continue through Friday, Dec. 7. It is part of a nation-wide campaign to raise three million pounds of used clothing. Mr. and' Mrs. Spurgeon Johnson and Children, Miss Marilyn McCormick of Indianapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Watson McCormick were guests on Thanksgiving of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Amick. Yantis Wells entertained the Oracle Club in his home in South Delphi Monday night with Mr. and Mrs. Ross Tipton as co-hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Batton, Jr. of Kentland were guests. Mrs. Bat- RISK Last rites for Elizabeth Risk, 74, Formerly of 217 Barren street, will be at 9 a.m. Wednesday at St. Joseph's church, with Msgr. Maurice Foley officiating. The Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Kroeger funeral home. Burial will be in Mt. Calvary cemetery. JOHNSON Funeral services for Samuel H. Johnson, 78, of 116 East Clay street, will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Chase-Miller funeral home, with the Rev. George Dunham officiating. Rites will lie under the auspices of Tipton Masonic lodge No. 33. Burial will be in the. New Bethel cemetery, New Bethsl, Ind. Fire Destroys Car Interior Fire- of undetermined origin destroyed the interior of a 1953 model sedan owned by Charles Bennett, route 2, at the Stoney Pike ;railer court at midnight Sunday. Revolver and shotgun shells in :he vehicle were exploded by the flames but no one was injured by them, according to State Trooper Larry Wagenknecht and Deputy Sheriff George Shanks, who investigated. ' Bennett, local filling station proprietor, told officers he had been having ignition trouble for several days. However, he was at a loss to explain how the fire spread through the entire interior of the car. It had been parked for an hour between ,two trailers in the trailer court'when the fire was first discovered. .Firemen extinguished the flames. New tires on the vehicle were reported undamaged. Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune ThirUwi PERU- (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Delphi Man Succumbs At Chicago Hospital This 1953 model sedan owned by Charles Bennett, route 2, was destroyed by fire of undetermined'' DELPHI — Ralph D. Robinson, origin at midnight Sunday. The fire was confined to the interior ol the vehicle, which was parked between Ml North Union street,,^ died^at two trailers at the Stoney Pike trailer court an hour before the blaze started. Firemen extinguished the " "" " flames. HOUSER Final rites for Lydia Houser, 82, of Cam'den, will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Kroeger fune:ral home. Burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Rochester Mi', and • Mrs. Casey Morgan held a family dinner in their home Thanksgiving. Present were 3tr. and Mrs. Paul Winkey, Jay and Carrie; Mr. and Mrs. Sampson, Sue and Millie; and Mrs. Sampsons mother, Mrs. Bright; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kendler, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Worsley, all of 'Peru, and Miss Judy Morgan, Indianapo. ton reviewed the new book "The Innocent Ambassadors". The Christmas meeting will be Dec. 9 with Mr. and Mrs. John Klepinger. Guests at the hornet of Mr. and Mrs. John Klepinger and sons Thursday were Mrs. J. D. Klepinger and daughter, Mrs. Lois Stratton of Indianapolis and Mrs. Will G. Klepinger of Delphi. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Hall Jr. of Indianapolis were week end guests of her mother, Mrs. Enid Rule, daughter Nancy and Ned Rule who is home from DePauw for the Thanksgiving vacation. Homer Myers, Delphi Junior high, instructor has been dismissed from' St. Elizabeth hospital where he was operated on. Junior George Gay, who is in room 127 at St. Elizabeth hospital in Lafayette after a leg fracture has been chosen as the Lions Club Cheer Club member for the week. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stone entertained at a turkey dinner Thursday for Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Rhine and three children of near Fulton and for Mr. and Mrs. William Sales of East Main Street. Mr. and Mrs. David Schorenstcin and two children, Charles and Us. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Holman and son Hugh. Jr., of Fort Wayne, were week end guests of Mrs. Faye Holman. Mr.-' and Mrs. Otto Smith, route 5, entertained at Thanksgiving dinner, Mr. and Mrs-. James Smith and family,, and Miss Alice Dentler of Elfchart; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hooker and family of Indianapolis; Miss Charlene Sheetz of Kendallville; and Mr. and MM. Roy Sheetz and son, Steve, Rochester. •Mi 1 , and Mrs. Joe Smith and family of Fort Wayne, were weak- end guests of her parents;, Mr and Mrs. Henry Bradley. Miss Charlene Sheetz, Kendallville, and Miss Alice Dentler, Elkhart, visited the Roy Sheets family over the week end. Richard L. Fletcher SN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fletcher, R.R. 1, Rochester, has arrived home after taking part in the decommissioning exercises of toe USS Wantuck on Nov. 15. The Wantuck was decommissioned because of extensive damage sustained in a collision with the USS Lenawee at sea on Aug. 23, 200 miles off the San Diego, California coast. Fbtcher will report to Moffett Leonard Evers, route 4, Rochester, are the parents of a son. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Overmyer and sons, Carl Bob and Richard Lee, for a turkey dinner were Mr, and Mrs. A. N. Mclntire of Delong and Mr. and Mrs. Harry McVay. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Warfield and sons entertained the following dinner guests, Thanksgiving, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Urbin and family, Fulton; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Robbins' and Mr. and Mrs. Ned Warfield and son, Kewanna. Mr. and Mrs. David Brown spent Thanksgiving Day with Mrs. Effie Brown and family in Fulton. Mrs. Harry Brower Miss Edna Sheets and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Welty and daughter, Diane, were Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brower and daughter, in Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Max Blumenthal had as their Thanksgiving Day dinner guests, Dr. and Mrs. Irving Blumenthal and family of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robinson had as their Thanksgiving dinner guests.'Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Robinson and son, Gary, of Fort Wayne; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Collins, son, 3iH and daughter, Sue, and Mrs. C. L. Laresen all of LaGrange, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Collins M -Rocinsstcr. Mr. and Mrs. Thurl Piper, son, Richard and daughter, Janet, and TV,Tr*c! T.iiln Pinjsr tricilpcl with Mt* Her corsage was of pink rose buds. Mrs. Ross attended !her son's wedding in a navy blue dress with navy hat, adding white gloves and a corsage of red rose buds! Following the ceremony receptions followed at the church and tater at the home of the bride's parents. The couple is now on a honeymoon in Florida, The at-home address will be 4141 Crittenden Avenue, Indianapolis. The bridegroom is a graduate of Monlicello high school, of Indiana University and is a member of Delta Upsilion Fraternity. He served two years in the Coast Guard. Both Mr. and Mrs. ' Ross hold positions with the Indiana Bell Telephone Co. at Indianapolis. Among those attending the wedding from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Ross, the bridegroom's parents, also Mr. and Mrs. James Mann and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Teeter of Monticello, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ross and children, Steven and Chris of Cleveland, Ohio, also came for the marriage of Mrs. Ross' brother and visited here until Tuesday. Mrs. Ola McLain, who has been employed at Fort Wayne the past six months, has returned to Monticello and is residing with her daughter, Mrs. Irma Lawhorne and sons, Dennis and Bennie, at the Engle property, 316 West Lydia Houser, 82, Camden, Succumbs Lydia Houser, 82, of Camden, died at 1:30 a.m. Monday at the Camden Nursing Home. A lifelong resident of Carroll county, she was born Jan. 11, 1875 to Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel J. Dicky. She was the widow of John W. Houser, who died in 1928. She was a member of the Camden Baptist church for many years. She is survived by several cousins* Friends may call at the Kroeger ftineral home, where services will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday. Burial wild be in Mt. Hope cemetery. Thieves Take Wire And Cultivators A set of cultivators and copper lightning rod wires were stolen from the barn on a farm in Miami township owned by Mrs. Laura Seehase, according to the report of her son, Robert, route 5, city, Sunday afternoon to Deputy Sheriff George Shanks. The theft occurred sometime in the 25-hour period before it was reported, the son said. The loss was estimated at $100. 14:30 p.m. Sunday night at a Chicago hospital after two weeks illness there. He was 59 years old. TJie deceased man was born on April 22, 1898. His parents were Albert Robinson and Hanna Bartlet. He w-as married on April 30, 1924, to Clara Sayer. He was a railroad telegrapher. He was a member of the Delphi Methodist church, of the Masonic Lodge, and of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. Miami School Merger Urged PERU—Dr. Harold H. Church, director of school surveys, India n a University, Bloomington, urged school officials in five northern townships in Miami county to "stick together" if they wish to survive. Dr. Church and two members of his staff completed a survey of the three schools in Allen, Union and Richland Townships after a movement to merge along with Jefferson and Perry was defeated '.n October. Dr. .Church reported that join- ng into our school corporation by Jie five townships would give more effective use of their tax dollars and would provide the children with a better education. Dr. Church warned Jefferson Township officials that they could not built a good enough educational program for its students, no matter how good the intentions of the trustees or the teachers. He declared that if Jefferson Townshp would lend its support, to the five township corporation it would Fire Damages Grocery Store At Rochester ROCHESTER - A fire at the Kroger Grocery and Meat Market on East Ninth street caused an estimated $15,000 damage early Monday morning. Firemen said the blaze apparently was started by a short in the electrical wiring. The fire burned through the roof of the building over the meat department. Considerate damage to the contents was caused by smoke, firemen said. A passing truck driver, James Ward, of Nonvalk, Ohio, discovered the fire at 3:20 a.m. Firemen battled the flames until about 5 o'clock. Arthur Cutshaw, 74, Former Rochester Resident, Succumbs ROCHESTER — Arthur Jay Cutshaw, 74. formerly of Rochester, died at 6:30 a.m. Sunday at the Mercy Medical clinic at Warsaw. He had been ill five weeks. A retired decorator, he had lived in Fulton county for 73 years before moving to Bourbon, Ind. last year to live with a son, William. make it a better corporation and He was born Jur 'C 3, 1883 in Akron, would help .them to establish a l ° Wilson and Ella Parker Cut- good high school. '"' * ' ' ' * '" He said if they joined Peru, Peru High school would not necessarily gain but the five townships would lose. Dr. Church said that the hour was late for the townships to act—that they were on the tail Survivors include the wife; two I end of the movement which has sons, Richard of Lafayette and I seen over 115 reorganizations Ralph of Delphi; two sisters, Mrs. •-'-— "»" Minnie Stineman and Mrs. Martin Gerbins of Delphi;' one brother, Richard of Chicago; and one grandchild. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Eikenberry Funeral Home. Burial will toe in the Masonic cemetery. Masonic Lodge will hold graveside rites. Rev. 0. P. Manker will officiate. Friends may call at the funeral home after noon Tuesday. IfUB CAPS STOLEN James Shoup, route 1, reported to city police Saturday night that two hub caps, valued at $1'5 apiece were stolen from his 1957 model •car, parked in the metered lot on East Melbourne, behind the bus station. Read the Classified Ads since 1947. School officials from townships took no action of a future meeting but it was indicated that further work toward consolidation would be discussed and considered. shaw. In 1913 he married Lucinda Alice Saygers, who died in 1935. Surviving besides his son, William, are two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Stanlon and Mrs. Wanita Johnson, both of Athens, Ind.; a son, Paul, TUSCOB, Ariz.; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Harvey Smith, Macy, and Mrs. James O'Brien, Chicago; ton grandchildren and six great grandchildren. I Friends may call after 7 p.m. the five Monday at the Zimmerman Bro- Reports Runaway To Sheriffs Office Robert Sherwood, 15, of route 2, ran away from home Sunday, according to the report of his mother, Mrs. Dorothy Sherwood, to Deputy Sheriff George Shanks at midnight Sunday. He was wearing overalls, a white T shirt and brown coat with fur collar and was believed headed for Culver. Anyone who knows his whereabouts is asked to call the sheriff's office. thers funeral home, where services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in the Mt. Hope cemetery at Athens. Jefferson Williams, Of Peru, Succumbs PERU — Jefferson Williams, 83. of rou'.e 3, died unexpectedly at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at his home. He was a retired Chesapeake and 0- hio Railroad bridge foreman. He was born in Mason, Ky., March 22, 187-1. His wife, Iva, and a son, Gano, preceded liim in death. Surviving is a sister, Mrs. William Jordan, of Cincinnati, Ohio. Friends may call at the Eikcn- berry funeral home, where rites are pending. and Mrs. Donald Terry in Plymouth, Thursday. Other guests in the same home were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Radican of Elfchart. Thanksgiving Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eiler were Mr. and Mrs. John Fuller of Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eiler and son, Bobby of Akron. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Mclntire of Delong were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry McVay, Thursday. Mrs. Ransford Peterson was taken from the WoocHawn Hospital in the Zimmerman Brothers ambulance to her home, Thursday. They also took Mrs. Lena Withers from the home of her sister, Edna Robbins, to the Woodlawn hospital, Thursday. Lloyd Shriver was removed from •his residence, 630 West Eighth street, in the Foster and Good ambulance, to the hospital, Thursday. They also took Mrs. Cora McCroskey from the Miller Nursing Home to the hospital Thursday. Slid LWV UI111UL fell V/ncn «t;o ctnvi ***».- — — - * Lynn of Midland, Mich. cameWed-Nav.il Air Base, near San Fran- nesday to spend the Thanksgiving cisco, on Dec. W for fur,her duty. vacatfon with her parents. Mr, and g A^AlUson^a-baugh^ Mrs. Roy C. Moore on East Main Street. They remained until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bowen of Champaign were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mrs. E. W. Bowen and Miss Hilda Bowen. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hanna, Sharon and Jerry, Mrs. Margaret Gerard and Mrs. Julia Schilling were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schilling. Judge and Mrs. William B. Smith spent Thanksgiving' with Mr. and Mrs. Siehard Smith and family in Bloomington. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shaffer and family of Indianapolis were guests Thursday noon of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey.Zinn of near Rockf(eld and Thursday night dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Shaeffer in Delphi. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bradshaw entertained on Thanksgiving for their daughter Joan of Indianapolis, son Lt. William Bradshaw, Mrs. W. H. Bradshaw and Mr. and Mrs! Charles Bradshaw and children. i , in the Air Force for six years, alter a four-year tour of duty. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Allison Hairnbaugh, Sr., and now will be assigned .to 325th Fighter Wing, McCord AFB, Wash. Merlene C. Simonin, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Simonin, route 4, Rochester, is. completing her Air Force -basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, preparatory to entrance into Air Force duty assignment. Dr. and Mrs. James Guftrie of Lafs.yette, have rented a hom« in rhe Mackey addition on South Monroe street, Rochester, and •plans to set up practice .as a «ur- geon. Tom Sissel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Sissel, 146 Jefferson street, and Robert Hoffman, son of Mrs. Elta M. Hoffman, route 3, Rochester, have enlisted in the U.S. Air Force and are taking their basic training at Lackland Aar Force Base, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoppes route 2, Rochester, are the parents of a daughter. Mr. and ISis. Monticello Miss Hanah Jane Boughton and Richard Douglas Ross were united in marriage at a double ring ceremony Sunday afternoon, Nov. 24th, at 2:30 o'clock at the Washington Street Methodist church in Indianapolis. The Rev, Harvey J. Kieser pronounced the rites. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester K. Boughton, 3661 Cossell Road, Indianapolis, and Mr. Ross is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ross of Monticello. Escorted by her father, the bride had chosen a gown of white taffeta with Chantilly lace. The Romance neckline was accented with pleated tulle and large lace motifs appliqued on the front and sides of the full skirt fell into a train. Her finger-tip-length vel of imported illusion was attached to a half-hat and she carried a white Bible topped with' white butterfly roses and stephanotis. Mrs. Lyle Boughton, sister-in,aw of the bride, was matron oi lonor and wore gold taffeta made ballerina-length. She carried a cornucopia filled with maroon Dom pons and' Fuji chrysaathe rams. Bridesmaids, dressed in neptuni green, were Mrs. Flavian Weide kamp and Mrs. Thomas 0. Mum per. Miss Cassandra Marshal was her cousin's junior brides maid. Ring-bearer was Mathew Beam Boughton, nephew of the bride. Serving as best man was Donalc W. Teeter of Monticello ant guests were ushered by James H Mann of Monticello and Gerald B Mason. The bride's mother had chosen a blue grey dress, with matching hat and long pale pink gloves "Vlarket street. Mrs. Lawhorne, has aken a position at White County Memorial Hospital. Rev. and Mrs. Curtis Wright of West Harrison street, entertained is Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hanson of Onargo, 111., where he Rev. Wright was a former pas- or of the Christian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Eddy of lonticello and Mr. and Mrs. Rog-| r Tatlock of Oxford, left for two veeks vacation at Brownsville, Texas, where they will be guests >f Mrs. Tatlock's sister and fam- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Alvarez. Mr. Alvarez is city police officer n Brownsville. George Merlin Tarn, 52615 Myrtle Road, South Bend, received a ertificate as a professional en- [ineer from the Indiana Society of 'rofessional Engineers at a ceremony held recently at the Hotel aSalle at South Bend. The pre- entation of the honor was made by James A. McCarthy, a South Bend member of the state board of registration of the Indiana Society. Mr. Tarn is fche son of Mr. and Mrs. Ferd J. Tarn of 2525 South ffichigan street, South Bend, formerly of Idaville, and well known ere. Precinct commi-tteemen and women of the Republican party were icnored for long years Of service at the second district meeting held Wonday, November 18th at Knox. Among those given such special recognition were Fred Thompson and his wife, Mrs. Maude Thompson of Prairie township who were meeting and bad the.ir pictures :aken commemorating their years of service and faithful attendance at meetings. The following offkers were elected at the monthly business meet- ,ng of the Sitka Baptist Church Monday evening. Their term of office begins January 1st, 1958. Officers elected were: Clerk, Olive Coonrod; % assistant, Imogene Hutton; treasurer, Kenneth Armold; assistant, Claude Butt; chorister, Anne Boardman assistant, Elmo Bose; missionary treasurer, Ethel Marcum; . assistant, Dplores Moore; missionary supt., Laura Hughes; assistant Ethel Ferguson; moderator, Eugene Coonrod; assistant, Eldred-Kilmer. Organist, Thelma Burget; assistant, Junior Bose; ushers,. Gran- vDle Marlin, chairman, Roy Burget Guy Coonrod, Ben Zimmerman, Tom Hughes, Jack Douglass; student counselor, Sue Marcum; assistant, Lucille Kilmer; flowers and cards, Pauline Douglass; assistant, Mabel Hughes; entertainment, Helen Coonrod; assistant; Alba G-inn. ELECT BEESON PRESIDENT LAFAYETTE (UiP>—Dr. W.M. Beeson-of Purdue University was elected president of the American Society of Animal Production Saturday during a two-day convention. SALE CALENDAR Dec. 4-5-6—Knouff Flrniture Co .Roy Grume Dec. 6—Joe's Auction ..; -.. .Teel Dec. 6—Mrs. Chester Martin Eoy Crume WILL YOUR SALE PROVE TO BE WHEN THE FINAL HAMMER GOES DOWN, A SUCCESS OR FAILURE? Your chaneei of having a successful auction are far better if you have advertised your sale bill in the PHAROS-TRIBUNE & PRESS, because you'll get a far bigger crowd of good, potential buyers. Our 80,000 readers can make a big difference in your sale. 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