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Eighteen togansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Ike Enjoys Comfortable Air Trip, Not Reporters By MERRlMAN SMITH United Press While House Writer 'WASHINGTON (UP) - Backstairs at the White House: If President Eisenhower looks particularly sleepy this morning, the reporters who travel with him will look much worse. He fiew overnight from Oklahoma City after his speech there Wednesday night, as did the news corps. There was one big difference in their planes, however. The President's plane, the Columbine 111, is comfortably equipped with sleeping berths. The press plane has nothing but standard' commercial airliner seats. Makes quite a difference in travel. The President also can take a ihower in flight. President would be quite comfortable with all sorts of gold' facilities not too distant. George Diener Named Butler Vice-President INDIANAPOLIS PUP) — Butler- University officials late Wednesday named George S. Diener, speaker of the Indiana House ol: Representatives, as the school's new vice-president and treasurer. The veteran Indianapolis Republican announced his retirement from public office earlier thii; year. It had been rumored that ho MONTICELLO— Observe 50th Anniversary paneled that day. Evidence consumed days, both the plaintiff and defendant among other witnesses occupying the witness stand and one day seven doctors were among the witnesses subpoened to tetsify. celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, November 17, at •the home of a daughter, Mrs. Howard Ezra, on Condo street, Monticello, with open house that afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. Margaret (Floyd) and Bruce Nichols were married November 18, 1907, by the Rev. Armentrout of the Presbyterian church in Mon- urday, the case went to the jury at-1:30 o'clock that afternoon. A verdict was returned at B:45 o'clock that afternoon, a little over two hours later. The verdict as returned said "we the jury find for the plaintiff and assess her damages in the sum of $10,000. William D. Bernfield, foreman." The court assessed costs and officiating minister, the Rev. Vir- several den Graham at Burnettsville when Mr. and Mrs. Don F. Anderson were united in marriage. The double ring rites were pronounced by the Rev. Graham before the immediate families of the well known couple. Mrs. Anderson, the former Jan- jticello. JThey started housekeeping| charges extended by the plaintiff against the defendant when he So can"theTeporters-by pouring ; would be offered tile Buller eups of water over each other. 'Last Thursday night, when the President was preparing for his television and radio speech from his office, Robert Montgomery was overseeing the technical preparations. Montgomery was seen several times to dash out of the President's office and speed into the TV remote control truck parked outside the executive wing. At first it seemed that Montgomery was being unduly careful in arrangements for the presidential telecast. But then the truth —one of Montgomery's old movies •was playing on television that night and the technicians were watching it in the truck. Press Secretary James C. Hag- eirty came back from a 10-day vacation praising the weather and the charms of Puerto Rico. It is a.ways possible that Hagerty's enthusiasm for Puerto Rico might ba so infectious that the President might select it for a winter holiday. Diener, 41, was first elected a representative from Marion County in 1950 and became the youngest man ever to serve as speaker when he wase lected to that post in both the 1955 and 1957 sessions. Dr. M.O. Ross, Butler president, announced Diencr's appointment following a meeting of the university board of directors. His appointment is effective Dec. 1. He will succeed John Barnett, who resigned to become an Indianapolis bank executive. Chicago Woman Dies of Injuries SOUTH BEND (UP) - Mrs. Madeline Beer, 64, Chicago, died in Memorial Hospital here Wednesday of traffic injuries suffered :n a one-car accident on the Northern Indiana Toll Road last Saturday. Mrs. Beer was a ^passenger iin a car driven by her grandson, Joseff K. Beer, 19, Chicago, which went into a spin on a patch of I snow and ice and rolled over near There's a well furnished naval here. base centrally located where the I Beer • sustained minor injuries. on. the Peet farm four miles southwest of Monttcello and have lived in and near the Monticello vicinity most of their married lives. They now live at 526 West Jefferson street ir. 1 Monticello. Mr. Nichols is a retired farmer. The celebrants are' the parents ot four daughters, Mrs. Bessie Sheen, Monticello; Mrs. Stanley Conwell, Monticello; Mrs. William entered judgment on the verdict of the jury. The damage suit was a result of. an automobile accident March 1, 1D54, south of Brookston 2.3'miles on State Road 43, at a road intersection. The plaintiff asked $3S,OM for personal injuries alleged received in the accident. Mrs. Davies was riding as a Ettinger of-. Warsaw, and Mrs. j passenger in a -car traveling south Howard Ezra, Monticello. One son,! and potter was driving east. Robert Bruce, is deceased. Both Mr. and Mrs. Nichols enjoy good health and almost every day, Mr. Nichols takes a walk up town from his home. His wife gets great pleasure out of her hobby of a flourishing vegetable and flower garden and shares her products with neighbors and other friends. The couple has been members of the Brethren church for many ice Sharlene Fry, is the daughter of.Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fry of 829 North Main street, Monticello, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James D. Anderson of Monticello, route 4. The bride was charming in heri waltz length dress of white satin, with satin cummerbund accenting the molded bodice and flared skirt. A fitted lace jacket was worn over the frock with long sleeves extending to bridal points I at the wrist and Peter Pan collar completing the neckline. A short veil was gathered to a flower tiara and the bride carried white mums with a center arrangement of pink mums, the white satin streamers .tied in lover's knots. The double strand of pearls she wore was a gift of the bridegroom. Attending the couple were Miss Martha Tolley, and Don Han of five guests were greeted at a bridal reception held in the social room of the Monticello Methodist church. Appointments carried out blue and white, the chosen colors. Blue and white wedding bells held streamers of matching color. The reception table was laid with a blue cloth and white satin bows and streamers, centered with the four tier white and blue decor- Thursday Evening, November 14, 19W. was returned to her home Sunday. Cramer, R. 2, Monticello, a son; She is recuperating satisfactorily. I to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomp- Mrs. William Brown of Monti- son, R. 1, Francesville. a datish- cello had the misfortune to fall at her home at the city park Monday night and broke her left hip. She v/as taken to White County Memorial Hospital and was to be moved today to Logansport where surgery will be performed Wednesday ated cake topped with bride andi anc { a pin inserted in the broken groom figuerines. A large basket (bone. Mrs. Brown had just been improving nicely from a paralyntic condition and was able to get about some with help and the use of a cane. She had just gotten up to get a newspaper when she fell causing the broken hip on her paralyzed side. Mrs. Brown will be returned to Monticello after the operation at the Logansport hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Brown had just quietly entertained a few friends at their 'new home in the city park grounds the night of Noveni her 6 on the occasion of their 48th Attorney .John R. Lynch of Rob-rMonticello. ertsor; and Lynch of Lafayette was) M?ss Tolley, the maid of honor, " attorney for the plaintiff 1 and Fraser and Isham of Fowler for the defense. Empaneled on the jury were seven women and five men as follows: Ethel G. Smith, Union; Clarence Benjamin, Liberty; William Bernfield, Union; Edith Collins, Lincoln; Geneva' Long, Monon; Loretta Bossung, Honey Creek; years They are attendants of the'.« al f n E. Sparks Jackson; Robert Tjpton; West Point; Marie Bierley, Sitka Baptist church. Mrs. Nichols has one brother, Ben Floyd, of Monticello, route, and one sister, Mrs. Pearl Erwin, of Allegan, Michigan. The jury hearing the damage suit of Lileth E. Davies against Everet B. Potter, all of Brookston, returned a verdict in favor of the plaintiff Saturday afternoon, assessing the plaintiff damages in the sum of $10,000. Six days in White circuit court, the case opened a week ago Monday before Judge Russell Gordon and a jury of seven women and five men em- Round Grove; Bruce Duvall, Honey Creek; Ethel Cowger, Liberty; Marie H. Beshoar, Union. Major contention in the case was whether the accident had caused or aggravated the condition of an ailment with which the plaintiff is said to be a victim. Announcement is made of a pretty wedding ceremony solemnized Sunday afternoon, November 3, at 2 o'clock at the home of the had chosen an aqua ballerina length dress of brocade, bows of blue and white mums back of the table added to the decorations. Lime sherbet punch, wedding cake, mints and nuts were served. Assisting with the reception hospitalities were Sharon Wandrei, Sharon Dittman, Shirley Jennings, Doris Kendall, Mina Jo Sweet and Mrs. Harold Sherer. They wore white nylon aprons, gifts of the bride. The newlyweds received many lovely wedding gifts which had been placed on a gift table bearing a blue cloth trimmed with white satin bows. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson are at home at Freeman Park, Monti, cello, route 2, planning a later wedding trip. The bride was graduated in 1957 from Monticello high school and the bridegroom is a graduate of the Buffalo high school. He is en- ter; to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith, Delphi, a son; to Mr. and Mrs. Ronold Allison, Wolcott a daughter. Dismissals—Clarence Luse. B. 4, Monticello; Mrs. Eugene Houston and sor>. 313 West Harrison; Ke- becca Lyr.n England. Wolcott; Mrs. William Bacr and son, .Buffalo; Mrs. Robert Imus, X,"ppcr Sunset Park; Miss Rogene McCui- ly, R. 3, Monlicello; Mrs. Paul Bruner and daughter, R. 1 Monticello; Mrs. Owen Miller R. 3. Mon- licello; Mrs. Charles Lindborg and son, R. 4, Monticello. Peru High School Rodeo Set for Friday, Saturday PERU—The theme of this year's Peru High School Rodeo is "PUS Showboat Revue." H will he hold Friday and Saturday nights in the Deroon cne ocuasioi. ui ,:,«» "°'• high sc . h<lol aud ilorium. wedding-anniversary. The couple = . - The "ow w, trimming the front of the frock, j gaged in farming. She wore a small white hat and; Mrs. Jack Bunnell is ill at the wore a corsage of pink mums with white satin ribbon ties. For her daughter's wedding'Mrs. Fry wore a navy blue sheath dress with light blue accessories, and her corsage was of pink and white mums. The bridegroom's mother was ill and unable to attend the nuptial event. The bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Dahl of Logansport were among the guests. Mrs. Dahl wore a navy blue suit with pink accessories and home of her daughter, Mrs. Marshall Wagoner,' She is now able to be up part of each day but has been bedfast for the past week. I Mrs. Ellen Jenkins of Norwayi was married in Idaville on .Vo- ivember 6, 1900, Mrs. Brown being | the former Bonnie Royer. Mr. Brown this year completed his I9th year as custodian of the Mon- licello City Park and he and his wife recently moved to the house built, or; the park grounds for the custodian. For eight, months before returning here for residence Mr. and will include choral numbers solos, dance routines and an old-fashioned mcllo- drama. Margaret Mills, a senior, will be crowned and reign over the show both nights. Carroll Wright is faculty director. Producers are Wright, James E. Noble and Wayne Taylor. Stage managers 'are students and Susie Dyer; Phyllis He is continuing as usual as park custodian. Previously to taking submitted to major surgery at 1 over the park job 19 years ago, Mrs. Brown had lived at Idaville. Barnaul), assistant stage manaper, .....!....! •, i. ^ ^y Anne Myers and Miss White County Memorial Hospital a week ago Monday. She is recuperating nicely. Mrs. Maude McBee and Mrs. Willa Henderson of the White County Welfare Department attended the Indiana State Confer•her corsage was ot pink and white jence on Social Work, at Indianapo- Ilis last week Wednesday through mums. Men of the bridal party had cor sages of. white carnations, that of the bridegroom holding a spray of ivy from the bridal bouquet. Following the wedding, seventy- Friday. Mrs. Floyd. Baum, of 616 West Marion, who has been a surgical Mr.. Brown was employed with the state highway department, a number of years with the Continental j Motors at Muskegon, Michigan,] and had also been engaged 3n| farming. I The couple has three children,! Robert and William Brown of Mon-j ticello, and Mrs. Helen While of 1 Denver, Colorado. William Royer' of Idaville is a brother of Mrs. Brown. Life, accompanists. 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