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Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, November 17, 1957
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PAGE F6UBTEEN THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17,1«T B®h Carson Earns Purdue ROK Honor Robert A. Carson, R. 2, Logansport, a senior at Purdue University, has received a letter of congratulations from Lt. General Will- of Juanita street and north of South street, which the school bought in 1952. While at Washington, B.C., Harold' C. Phend attended a two-day meeting of the United Churchmen', representing'the Methodist church. He- attended the National Presby- iam H. Arnold, Commanding Gen-'terian Church where he was eral of the Fifth United States!seated five pews from'President Army, upoa being designated a!Eisenhower and his grandson. Distinguished Military Student. Tuesday night, at 7 p.m. Troon MONTICELLO—Legal notice has been giver; to bidders for the construction of an elementary school building and cafeteria for the school city of Monticello and Union school township, Monticello. Bids will be opened at 4 p.m. Thursday Dec. 12. in the superintendent's office. The new building will be •built on a site of 10 acres eaa Cadet Carson was one of 45 sen- j 28, Boy Scouts of America will lor ROTC cadets at Purdue to!hold its annual Uniform Inspection be designated as a Distinguished and Charter Review in the base- Military _Student. ment of the Christian Church. All boys should be present in uniform. This activity is a part of the re- chartering of Troop 28. A representative of the Three Rivers Council, Western District, will.be present to conduct the Charter Review. Roy Hahn is Schoolmaster Of Trooo 28 assisted by Jim Spoor and Bill Roth. Chief of Police Lawrence H. Kraud is extending his thanks on behalf of himself and all the city officials for the cooperation of the young peonle during the Halloween season. Chief Kraud said there were few reoorts of vandalism and officials felt that the ^season passed successfully without much damage. Oryille A. Cook Jr., of Montieello, farm-manager, to Mary Jane Ross, of Monticello] a bookkeeper were issued a marriage license Nov. 15, 1957. Mrs. William A. Brown,, who suffered a fall at her home on the city park grounds and broke her left hip, remains in Memorial Hospital. She underwent, an operation Wednesday on the hip to have a pin inserted in the break and is getting along well. John Spinn, of Reynolds, was taken to White County Memorial Hospital Friday in the Miller ambulance. Edwin G. Emerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Emerson of West RESTYLE THAT OLD FUR! CALL US: Logan Fur Service 521 High Phone 3632 ation and successful completion of four'years of AFROTC. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer S. Irelan will observe their 53rd wedding anniversary with open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 17 at their- home"at 522 North Wilson street, Delphi. They are'parents of 10 children, nine of whom are living. . Mrs. Josephine Eng, of 567 South Bluff, who observed her 70th birthday last w.eek, remains a patient at the White County 'Memorial Hospital. She has been in failing health for several years. Mrs. Milton Timmons of 124 Dewey stret, was taken to St. Elizabeth hospital at Lafayette for' observation 1 and treatment. Two break-ins were .investigated by city police, occurring some time Thursday - night. At the Gutwein Ford Tractor Sales on West Broadway .a smalf glass was broken of a two-pane window in the north REVOKED LICENSE Youthful & Overage Drivers SPECIAL RISK AGENCY "Ov8r Walgreens" Phona 2277 SPECIAL PURCHASE Rubber Weather STRSWNG Finest Quality—Regular $3.95 50 ft. roil 98c VESH BROS. 316 E. Market Phong 4415 into the county road system a road known as the Trail Inn Road located along the west edge of Parse's Forest Lodge Addition in "Monon township approximately seven twentieths of a mile. White County. Memorial Hospital news—Dismissals, November 15— Mrs. James Craker and son, route 2, Monticello. November 16^-Miss Aldona Stackhouse, lllH. East Broadway; Mrs. Dale Smith and son, Delphi; Hugo Kraud, 4 Pierce Street. ROCHESTER Chester Arnett, 46, R. R. Z, Rochester, . is being held in the Fulton county 'jail for investigation of drivdng while his license was suspended and public intoxication. He was arrested in Akron by the sheriff's office. Mary Louise Miller, Liberty Three Plead Guilty In Justice Court Three motorists were fined Saturday in the local justice of the peace court on their pleas of guilty. Harold Finder, 45, of route 2, Kewanna, arrested Nov. 9 by Deputy Sheriff Koy King for permitting an unlicensed operator to drive, was fined $5 and costs; Wiley Pope, 18, of 825 North Sixth street, arrested Nov. 1 by Trooper- Larry Wagenknecht for speeding, was fined $1 and costs; and Miss Rose Vebert, 48, Huntington, charged^ Saturday by Trooper Richard Keyes with failure to yield right of way, was'fined $1 and costs. Harrison street' is among the 105 to have P assed a $155 fraudulent students at Denison University, : <*<**•" Both were . said to have Granville, Ohio, enrolled in the Airj been employed in. this community. side of the garage. The catch was | township, was_ granted an' absolute turned to open the window and permit entrance. A cigaret machine in the front display room was pried open with a screw driver-and the change removed', At the Brandt Furniture 'Store just east of Gutwein's similar entrance was made through a west window. When the person jumped into the'display room a large lamp OK a cofee table was upset and broken. Some change, between $8 and $9 was taken from a desk drawer in the office. Exit was made through a window. • Sheriff Charles. G. Miller- "aid Prosecuting Attorney Fred Schwanke arrived home Thursday night from ; a business trip to Johnson City,. Tennessee, -returning Ray Gentry, 28," to that city, where it was alleged he is wanted on a charge of breaking and entering. On the same trip his -brother, Charles Gentry, 25-, was returned from Johnson City, to Monticello, to answer to a charge of alleging Force Reserve, Officers training corps program of the United States Air Force, which provides for a commission as second lieutenant in the Air Force Reserve upon gradu- Can Install Modern IN-THE-WALL Heating Yourself Yow can install Itos unit and have fully automatic beat for os little a* per month. We wit! inspect your home and recommend Installation details. After you have installed the «mit, we will start burner and offer our usual service. NO MONEY DOWN — 36 MONTHS TO PiAY I Featured exclusively at Superette MclNTYRES FRESH 1 TURKEYS I \ Premium Quality—Broad Breasted Milk Fed—Oven Ready q Hens 53c Toms 45c BOLLEI & FARRER 201-205 Burlington Phone 3161 Dates to open bids for contracts were set by the board of White county commissioners at their November meeting at the court house. The sheriff presented the commissioners with specifications on the two cars that are to be purchased for the sheriff and deputy. The commissioners approved the specifications and it was ordered that the county auditor prepare and advertise the same. The date for the letting set lor Dec. 2nd at 2 p.m. The commissioners will meet December 3 at 10 a.m. to let the printing contracts. Reports 06 the Veterans Officers, county clerk, recorder, auditor, J.P. Snyler and J. P. Plummer were filed and accepted. The NIPSCO petition for a pole line in White county in the Hinshaw Addition one block west ond one block north of Dennie's Corner was approved. : The City Coal Yard received the bid for furnishing the coal for the court house. This was the only coal bid received. The petition of Don R. and Dorcas Rossiter to take in a road located in Union township was received by the commissioners and turned over to Don Carr, road superintendent, for his OK. .The commissioners have taken SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK MER-DEL ICE CREAM Fudge Ripple Old Fashion Butter Toffee QUAUTY en Ti GALION «7S MER-DEL'S QQ_ 'A GALLON O7C EBERTS' DRUG STORE 1S30 East Broadway Phone 3854 Chronicle Printing Co. UALITY PRINTING PU one 436 * mane **.30 DUALITY PRINTING is NOT EXPENSIVE Always Good . Always Good For You I BOLINS DONUTS At Your ipavorite GROCERY RESTAURANT or 14th & Broadway divorce in Fulton circuit court from Bert L. Miller on her cross •complaint. Mrs. Miller was given care of the couple's minor child and the plaintiff was ordered to pay $10 per week support money. Household -goods and a car were given the defendant by the court. A suit on promissory note has been filed in circuit court by Jack Lee,, doing business as Credit Bureau of Fulton county, against Byron and Olivia Jernigan. In the divorce suit of -Joan Peterson against Lee Peterson, the court ordered the defendant to pay $7.50 per week for the support of the couple's minor child. Chester L. Tener, 32; R. R. 3, Plymouth, has been charged in Fulton circuit court with issuing fraudulent checks. Tener was ar rested Wednesday and has orally confessed to the writing of three bogus checks for $60 to Rochester service stations, according to officers. In other court action, Mrs. Ome Sage, 44, Leiters Ford, has been charged with driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor as the -outgrowth of an automobile accident Oct. Ifi on State Road 17, six miles north of Kewanna. An auto driven by Mrs. Sage struck a parked car -in 'the: driveway of the home ot Mrs. Marie Reithard, 46, who was standing 'near the vehicle. Both women were injured in the crash. Charks .Grogg, Akron, found guilty' of assault and battery in Fulton circuit court, was fined $5 and costs and given a five day sentence in the Fulton county jail. Grogg, arrested July 28 by the sheriff's department, had been charged with assault and battery n an- affidavit signed by Oma Kuhn. Dismissals from the Wwdlawn hospital: Mrs. Buddy Keim and son, Macy;. Mrs..'James Coplen and son, Tippecanoe; Mrs. -Max Gearhart and daughter, Akron; Mrs. Floy Benson, Rochester; Mrs. Nick . Swartz and daughter, South Bend; Robert Self, Macy; Alonzo Carr, Akron;. Edward Beaird, Macy. Mrs. Dick Floor and son, Rochester. Mr. -and Mrs. Edward Finder, Rochester, are the parents of a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Merl Blue, Mentone, are the parents of a son. Frank Kammerer, who lives on the corner of the Monticello Road and U. S. 31, was- taken to the Woodlawn hospital Friday night in the 2immenman Brothers aim- bulauce. •Mrs. Jva Shriver was taken to the Woodlawn hospital in the Foster and Good ambulance. Grace Shriver Rites To Be Held At Akron AKRON ,Ind. — Final rites for Mrs. Walter (Grace) Shriver, 73, Akron, will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Sheetz funeral home in Akron with the Rev. Wayne Johnson officiating. Burial will be in Mount ,Hope cemetery in Athens. Mrs. Shriver, a lifelong resident of the Akron community, died suddenly of a heart attack Friday at her home. She had been in ill health for four years. Born on Jan. 15, 1884, in Henry township, she was the .daughter of Milton and Eliza Alnum Swartzlander. Her first marriage was in 1803 to Omer Van Lue, who died in 1913. She was married in 1915 at Rochester to Walter A. Shriver, who survives. Mrs. Shriver was a member of the Athens EUB church and the Omega club. Other survivons are a son, Myron Van Lue, Akron; three grandchildren; two great grandchildren and a brother, Earl Swartzlander, Logansport. Two brothers and a sister pre- ceeded her in death. Friends may call at the funeral home. Youth Is Slated After SR 25 Crash Bobby Ray Bolin, 18, of 303 Unger : street, was slated for :ailure- to yield the right-of-way :ast night after a car which he was driving was in collision with another vehicle at. the southwest edge of Logansport on SR 25. Officers said Bolin pulled the 1949 model sedan out of a filling station drive and onto SR 25 where the car collided with a 1955 model sedan, i driven by Maurice Richard Miller, of Lucerne. Right side of-the Miller car was damaged about $175, and the right front of the Bolin car about »so. ; Larry Wagenknecht, slate trooper, an<£ George Shanks, deputy sheriff; ,investigated- During the Civil War, persons seeking •goverment positions in order to escape military service were dubbed ".payroll patroits." Logansport Council No. 11 R. & S. M. Stated assembly Monday, Nov. 18th at 7:30 p.m. All companions invited. Cletus C. Fitz, I.M. NOTICE Pharos-Jribune & Press DISPLAY ADVERTISING DEADLINES: : / HALF-PAGE ADS OR LARGER-NOON TWO PAYS BEFORE PUBLICATION All Other Ads-36 Hours Before Publication. SUNDAY DEADLINE: QuorHr-pag. ads or larg.r- Noon Friday; all other ad*—5 p.m. Friday. CO1OR: 4 Days In Advance Your cooperation and assistance In adhering to these deadlines will help us give YOUR ad the expert workmanship it deserves. Emma Griswold Riles Today Af Mexico MEXICO — Funeral services for Miss Emma Griswold, 83, who passed away Friday at her Elkhart home, will take place at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Mexico Methodist church. -The Rev. Clyde Black will conduct the services and burial will be at the Greenlawn cemetery, Mexico. Body will lie in state an hour at the church. Miss Griswold was born in Mexico on Nov. 22, 1674, the daughter of Daniel and Louise KBUss) Griswold. She moved from Mexico to Elkhart approximately' 15 years ago to live with her sister, Mrs. May C. Flora. During her residence in Mexico, she was a member of the Mexico Baptist Church. In Elkhart, she joined the Golden Rule Sunday School class of the Simpson Methodist Church. funeral Riles Monday For Former Peru Lady PERU—Final rites will be held at 2 : p.m. Monday at the Baird funeral home for Mrs. Elizabeth Hoover, 69, of Portland. Mrs. 'Hoover was the former Mrs. Lloyd Keller, of Peru, sister of Mrs. C. H..0gden, of 328 East Fifth street. She died Friday evening in the Jay County Hospital, Portland. -The deceased moved from Peru over 20 years ago when her husband, Lloyd Keller, a railroader, was transferred to Virginia. Mr. •Keller died there. Later she married Mr. Hoover and about 11 years ago they moved to Portland. Former Flora Man Dies In Michigan FLORA, Ind.—Fred J. McCune, 51, formerly of Flora, died Saturday at his cottage near Cadillac, Mich. He resided at Grand Rapids, where he was a vice- president of Old Kent Bank. Before going to Grand Rapids, he had been first an Indiana state bank examiner and a federal bank examiner. Survivors are his wife, Florence Wilson McCune, formerly of Young America; two daughters, Jane and Suzanne; his mother, Mrs. Lacy Bobo, Florida; and a brother, Byron McCune, Gary. MISSIONARIES HAVE . (Continued from Page 1) Women's society of the Broadway Methodist church here. Reverend Matthew was born in 1900 to a sub chief and his eighth wife in a village about 500 miles east of Charlesville. 'He was converted in 1916 and served as cook and "house boy" for missionaries for ten years, attending primary school and'Bible school at the same time. In addition to the Tshfluba language, he speaks French, a little English, and the Tshiokwe, Ki- pende, Lingala and Kikongo African tribal languages. He visited Billy Graham shortly after his arrival in this country and he told Graham that many Africans hear about his preaching and want to see him. Graham told him that he may go to Africa some day. Reverend Matthew will leave the Browns Monday. He will speak in California, Washington and Oregon in December and will return by plane in January to Africa by way Belgium and Nigeria. the area where they were stationed. "It is" the language barrier which is the greatest problem facing a new missionary," said Brown. He started an industrial school, teaching masonary and woodworking, and was placed in charge of maintenance of the two-way radio telephones maintained between eight stations extending over an area thoree-fourths the size of Indiana, with an average of eight missionaries at each station. 3 Doctor* In Area There are only three doctors In the Congo for 600,000 people. They have two and sometimes three trucks for the entire area, and one missionary does all of the mechanical work on the trucks. Mrs. Brown has been supervisor of a primary school and teacher of a teacher training school for the natives. There are several schools the natives can attend, the primary school, covering five grades, a two-year Bible school,' a two- year training school for teachers, and the highest, a monitor school similar to our old Normal schools, Mrs. Brown said. Until the last two years, when government schools were started, all of the educational facilities for the natives have been provided by the missionaries. Since there were no text books in the Tshiluba language she and the other teachers virtually had to write their own text books for the primary school. French is used in teaching the pupils in the advanced schools. Although all of the children want to attend school, there are not eno'jgh teachers for them. The natives gradually are being convinced by the missionaries that girls aa well as boys should go to school. Return In 1958 The Browns will return to the Congo in May, 1958. Meanwhile, they have made a number of talks about, their experiences there and have acted as interpreter for Reverend Matthew in talks he has made Sin-the past few days. They interpreted for him Thursday at Lafayette and Friday and Saturday at Taylor university. Brown also is iScheduled to speak Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 4, before the MCK'S TRAHSftR PHONE 3539 BARGAINS IN COLD WAVES H>«m t:M 4.95 tot p.*. LOGANSPOftT KAUTY SHOP AII m* WMtoMfer OVIttAIUYf Minister One 01 Jwo Dead Sat. In Indiana Wrecks By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Two Indianapolis men—one a minister—were killed Friday night in a two-car collision that also claimed the life of a teen-age girl near Decatur, 111. ^ The Rev. Thomas Corn, 30, driver of one car, and one of his passengers, Jacob Emrich, 69, both of Indianapolis, and 17-year-old Donna Rowe of Decatur, driver of the other car, were killed. The Indiana party was returning from a Bible study group meeting at Lincoln, 111. Injured critically in the crash were Carol Keyl, 16, Decatur; and Miss Rosalie Griffe, Indianapolis, who was in the minister's car. Miss Rowe was the daughter of Al Rowe, news director of station WSOY in Decatur. Police said Miss Howe's car went out of control and careened into the minister's - car. Edward J. Fleck, 46, Rt. 4, Jasper, was fatally injured Friday when his car skidded off wet Ind. 45 and hit a tree a mile north of Huntingburg. HE GETS ROOMS DES MOINES Wt—Mrs. Genevieve MacPhee, 48, was granted a divorce Saturday but she signed a stipulation agreeing to rent two rooms—second floor rear—of the KacPhee home to. her ex-mate, Maurice, also 48. Hospital Notes MEMORIAL Admitted: Glen Beckman, 330 Wheatland Avenue, and George Lanley, of Freeport, 111. Born: Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lynas, of Galveston, daughter; and Mr. and Mrs. Clyd« Biddinger, route 5, daughter. Dismissed: Miss Jean Bague, route 2, Kewanna; Mrs. Stanley Dant and son, 100 West Miami Avenue; Lonnie Davis, 606 South Cicott; Gene Day, 716 Bates street; David Downham, route 3; Mrs. Ann Hayden, 1015 Pink street; Mrs. James Logan and son; route 4, Peru; Mrs. Jesse Morris, route 1; Mrs. William Piercy, and daughter, route 1; Mrs. Myrtle Routh, and daughter, route 1, Peru; Ly- dcn Shider, of 513 Wilkinson; Miss Mary Stangle, of 418% West Market; and Edward Sutton, of 1402 High street. ST. JOSEPH Admitted: Daniel Closson, 1304 North street; Fred Spitznogle, route 1, Lucerne; and Bernard Bergin, 2303 High street. Born: Son to Mr. and Mrs. John Ehler, 1301 Balsam street: son to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Baker, 424 Bates street; son to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McWheater, route 2, Winamac. Dismissed: Ronald Bauman, 601 Bartlett; Lee Binion, 1830V4 Broadway; Mrs. Charles 'King and daughter, of Gary; Mrs. Hwrold Stewart and son, 1301 Chicego. POUCENAB (Continued from Page 1) women parked bcsMe the W» trick e*»t of Eighteenth »e«r where the two men had been caught. In It were the batteries, cigarelg and re»r view mirrors which were found to hive been taken from the car agency. The two meu them admitted this entry also. The burglaries follow the patfern of a recent series in Logansport, but Lee Morris, police chief, said during several hours of questioning Saturday morning, both men refuse to admit any other crimes here. Admit Previous Crime* Eteu admitted serving time for vehicle taking and Turner admitted a burglary arrest in 1954 and a second arrest in 1956, none in this state. ' . Second degree burglary charges were filed against • the m«n after Frank Tolbert, deputy prosecutor, had taken a statement from them. The Eteus have a baby ten months old which is being cared for by a relative in California, police said they were told. The car they were using was registered to Eteu at 979 Sherman street in Logansport, where be lived for a time. Perfection ... to achieve it in your service ... is our aim. John W. Fisher Funeral Director Lad; Attendant Mary E. (Keiliag) Filter AMBULANCE SERVICE ••••••••h Fisher Funeral Home 303 West Market Pane MM SALE JONATHAN APPLES Cider Season Nearly Over. Freeze a Supply Now For the Holidays. . Other varieties of Apples Available Look for the sign that reads— JASPER FLORY ft SON Dick Flory, Manager High Street Road Mt Hope Cemetery Lots AVAILABLE AT FOLLOWING PRICES - 6 Grave Lot $300.00 3 Grave Lot; $150.00 Single Grave Lot .. $ 55.00 PKICE INCLUDES PERPETUAL CARE Charles 0. Shepherd, Sexton FEATURING THf fWW FALL FASHIONS By Helefl of the Fathion IM Sixrii StrHt Due to the death of our father, Candida Done to DONATO'S ITALIAN VILLAGE will be closed until further notice CURE YOUR CAD IN A HURKY Use Busjohn's Flu Caps 60c and $1.00 Nothing So Dependabl* for the Most Obstinate Cowghi BROWN COUGH SYRUP $1.00 and $1.45 SOLD KM YEARS Busjahn's Drug Store 301 Fourth Street Phone 3774

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