Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on January 12, 1958 · Page 23
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 23

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, January 12, 1958
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 12, 1938 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE THREE Rochester Woman f Essie Bailey f Has Birthday Today Tear Gas Bomb Foils Safecrackers Al Akron; Rochester Firm Entered ROCHESTER — Safecrackers struck two business places in Ful- ROCHESTER—Mrs. Kssie Bailey ton county sometime Friday night, will celebrate her 90th birthday; one in Rochester and one in Ak- today from 3 to G p.m., her chii-iron, but only got $5 in small dren will have open house for rela-j change, police reported Saturday, lives and friends in the home of her! A tear gas bomb connected to daughter and son in iaw. Mr. and 1 the combination of the safe in the Mrs. Robert Shafer, 1012 Pontiac Madeford Motor Sales at Akron s'reel. | apparently foiled the attempt to Mrs. Bailey was born Jan. 11,; break into the safe there. 1368. She is the daughter of the Owner Joe Madeford, Sr., said late Elizabeth Clayton and Jonas.the building was filled with tear Myers. The former Myers home is! gas when he opened at 7:30 a.m. located at 613 Jefferson street. She ; yesterday. The thieves who had attended Rochester grade school i broken the dial lock off the safe, and Rochester Normal University which is cemented to the floor, and taught at the Antioch school,; apparently took the dial with them, southwest of the city. ,But they were unable to crack She was married to Stilla P.'the safe In Rochester the burglars ent- i ered the Farm Bureau Co-op He died in 1923. ! building on Main street near the Mrs. Bailey is the mother of six Erie railroad tracks, but got less children: Max P. Bailey, Elliott M. than S3 from soft drink and candy Bailey, Byron R. Bailey. Mrs. H.! machines after an unsuccessful •Louise) Taylor, and Mrs. Robert j attempt to "peel" the safe. Don i Margaret i Shafer, all of Roches- j Metzger. Co-op manager, reported ter. One daughter, Mrs. Omer j the breakin to police at 7 a.m. yes' Helen) Wagoner, died in 1916.'lerday. She has 13 grandchildren, 15 great 1 grandchildren and six great-great- grandchildren. She is a member of the Rochester Grace Methodist church and was a member of the Evergreen Rebekah lodge and of the Pythian I E ^' Sisters. She is an honorary member! of the Victoria Reading circle. Mrs. Bailey spends her days listening to the radio: she loves to crochet and reads a good deal. Mrs. Bailey has spent her entire life i.-v the Rochester community. Bailey in the home of her parents j on .March 24. 1838, in Rochester.; farm Bureau Members To Hear Bovd Pur cell The Washington Township Farm will meet Tuesday, Jan. 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the Washington Township school. Mr. Boyd Purcell of the Farm Bureau implement department will be th< speaker. Thomas Ellison, Of Royal Center, With Cavalry In Korea Moose At Peru Honor State Officer Today PERU — The Peru Moose Lodge will have a annual candlelight breakfast ar.d enrollment jceremony at 9:30 a.m. Sunday. Sergeant First Class Thomas \V.! The ceremony will be in honor Ellison, 25, whose wife, Kaunita,:of the state president of the Ind- and parents. Mr. and Mrs. Porterjiana Moose Association, Ronald W. Ellison, live in Royal Center, isj Gough of Frankfort, a member of the 1st Division's 4th! The Marion Degree team will be Calvary Division in Korea. in charge of tr.a initiatory work. The squad leader in the cavalry's! Company B, Sergeant Ellison en-j The cinnamon bear is not a sepa- tered the Army in November 1952.'rate species, but merely a dark He attended Royal Center High chestnut-colored phase of the corn- School, mon black bear. Fred Johnson Still Critical Fred Johnson, 67, 13 E. Miami, retired Pennsylvania passenger conductor, was still in critical condition last night at St. Francis hospital, Indianapolis. He suffered a skull fracture and underwent brain surgery there Friday night after having been hurled from his car in a crash in that city Friday afternoon. Johnson was going to the home of his- daughter, Mrs. Betty Shellberg where his wife was spending a few days. Authorities in Indianapolis said Johnson was going on Indiana 135 when a west bound car from Troy avenue, driven by Elmer Tarr, 52, Greenfield, failed to stop for the intersection stoplight. Tarr said his- Mojvr/auo MONTICELLO—Mr. and Mrs. John Edwin Warren of Monon are the parents of a son, James Herbert Warren, born Wednesday, January 1st, at 5:15 p.m. at the Home hospital at Lafayette, weighing 7 pounds and 10 ounces. This is the couple's first child and the first White County baby born in the new year. The mother is the former Eleanora Mae Moody, | daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. J. Oliver Moody of .Greensburg and is a registered nurse. The father is a staff sergeant at Scott Air Force Base, III., and has been in the service five years, on his second enlistment period. Mrs. Warren resides with her parents-in-law at Monon since she has been recuperating from injuries received in an automobile accident in which she and her husband were victims a year ago. Tile second new baby of the new year, was born to Donna Kay and Archie D. Wilkerson of Chalmers on New-Year's night, at 9:48 o'clock at While County Memorial hospital, the first 1958 baby at the hospital. Mr; and Mrs. \ewton Brown of Brookston, are the parents of the third baby of the new year, a daughter, Paula Kae, born at 9:15 a.m. Thursday morning, January 2nd at the St. Elizabeth hospital at Lafayette. Brown is coach at Brookston high' school. Lieutenant David E. Holder, soni brakes failed as he neared the crossing. Jesse L See, 86, Dies At Rochester; Final Rites Monday ROCHESTER — Jesse L. See, 86, 129 East Fourth street, died at 3:30 a.m. yesterday in the Miller Nursing Home here after an illness of one month. He came to Rochester from Argos 10 years ago after living in Argos for 60 years. Born in Miami county Aug. 5, 1871, he was the son of Lewis and Mary Gulp See. His first mar-jof Mr. and Mrs. Ivan W. Holder, riage was on Aug. 5, 1897 to Lucy of 545 South Main has begun; Bartholomew, who died July 9, i'raining in the Primary Basic j 1931. He.later married Mary Crow,'Navigator Course at Harlingen who also preceded him in death. ; A >r Force Base, Texas. ; See was a retired farmer and a. White County Memorial Hos-; member of the Eagles lodge atipital news—Dismissals, January! Plymouth. jll. Mrs. Clarence Guss, route 3,^ Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. i Monticello; Mrs. John J. Harris; Leo Cler, Chicago; two sons,|rnd daughter, route 2, Monticello; George B. and Lloyd, both of Ar-|Mrs. Floyd Carter and son, route Local Unions Give To Oppose low Seven Logansport unions gave checks recently totaling S366 to oppose the "wreck" law, according to The Leader, the Indiana Federation of Labor publication. The checks were presented by Lyle Daugherty, of Logansport, area representative for the Allied Industrial Workers, to the Indianapolis Treasurer of the Indiana Workers Protective committee. Groups donating and amounts are: Barbers No. 48. $38; Plumbers No. 399, $57: IBEW No. 209, $100; Daugherty, $113; Mai Cass, $10; AIW No. 974, $23; and United Steelworkers No. 3862, $25. Weather Elsewhere gos; two granddaughters and three brothers, Alonzo, Indianapolis; Peter, Peru and Plenny, St. Louis, Missouri. Services will be at 2 p.m. Mon; day in the Grossman funeral home at Argos with the Rev. Charles Golden of the Denver Baptist church officiating. Burial will be in the New Oak cemetery at Plymouth. Friends may call at the funeral home. PRESCRIPTION The priceless ingredient in every prescription we fill for you is our years of experience and reputation for quality service, accuracy and integrity. Call on us for all your drug needs. MEDICINE CABINET AND FIRST- AID SUPPLIES ARE AVAILABLE! CENTRAL DRUG CO. GEORGE KIMBROUGH, R. Ph. 4th at Broadway Phone 3131 Greeting Cards For All Occasions send a smile to someone sick... get-well u cards Anyone on the sick list witl appreciate being remembered with a Hallmark Card. Funny, gay, or sweet— whichever you wish — you'll find H in our com- plete selection of Hallmark Get-WeM Cards. j Also a complete line of BIRTHDAY CARDS VACATION CARDS FRIENDSHIP CARDS WEDDING CONGRATULATIONS ANNIVERSARY CONGRATULATIONS BABY CONGRATULATIONS RELIGIOUS CARDS SYMPATHY CARDS GIFT ENCLOSURE CARDS THANK YOU CARDS BABY ANNOUNCEMENTS And a Beautiful Selection of Note Paper and Stationery HALLMARK CARDS "When you care enough to send the very best" Hallmark Cards Sold Here Exclusively 'Remember—They Cost so Little and Mean so Much! Timberlake's Gift Shop "Your Greeting Card Headquarters" DELPHI DELPHI — C. T. Amick, former city superintendent of schools and Mrs. Amick have gone to Rochester, Minn., where he entered the Mayo clinic for observation. Robert Penn o£ Indianapolis spent Saturday here with his father Jay Penn and Mrs. Penn. Mrs. Marie Thompson returned home last week after spending the holidays in Toledo, 0., with relatives. Her nieces, Mrs. Emily Berning and Mrs. H. U. Kutter along with Dr. Kutter accompanied her ; home. Mrs. Berning will stay to ! make her home with Mrs. Thompson. Clayton Mullin, high school biology instructor here has submitted his resignation to the Board of School Trustees ar.d will take a position on the Purdue University faculty. The resignation becomes effective on Jan. 20. Wayne Eikenberry, former superintendent of the Delphi-Deer Creek Schools who left here several years ago to accept a similar i position at Muskegon, Mich., has written friends that he has accepted the assistant superintendency of the Davenport, Iowa, schools. His wife and. family will remain in Muskegon until after school closes in June. Eikenberry has -been selling school supplies after resigning the position he held in the Muskegon schools. Neil Eikenberry, sorv : of Supt. and Mrs. Eikenberry is now in the Army Finance School at: Ft. Benjamin Harrison at Indian-j apolis. R, Monticello; Mrs. James Harris, 606 West Tuipie; Mrs. Guy Me- Cauley, route 3, Monticello. The January meeting of the Women's Cirie League was held at 7:30, January 6 at Beverly Carmichael's. This meeting was the annual election of officers and the slate of officers selected by the nominating committee was unanimously elected. Officers are: Ardith Huge, president; Helen Russell, vice president; Beverly Carmichael, secretary and Eileen Heath, treasurer. Pvt Arnold Dahlenburg has returned to Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas, after being home for a 15-day leave at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dahlenburg, of Reynolds, route 1. Mrs. Ivan Culver, of 305 North Illinois- was taken to the Robert Long Hospital in Indianapolis Thursday and Mrs. Dora Clark, of the Monticello Nursing Home was transported to the White County Memorial Hospital Wednesday in the Smith and Aufenberg Ambulance. Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Anderson of 410 West Harrison street, write they are located in the Waverly Courts, 1421—9th Avenue North, St. Petersburg, Florida. Clarence Otis Benjamin Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 0. Benjamin of Monticello route 3, and Marilyn Carol Ford, Monon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fora, were issued a marriage license January 7. Frances Lee Krintz, of Reynolds, TV technician son of Mr. and Mrs. George Krintz and Ruth Ann Mull, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mull were issued a marriage license January 6. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Atlanta, clear Bismarck, cloudy Boston, clear Chicago, clear Cincinnati, clear Cleveland, clear Denver, cloudy Des Moines, clear Detroit, clear Fargo, cloudy Fort Worth, clear Indianapolis, clear Jacksonville, clear Kansas City, clear Los Angeles, cloudy Memphis, clear Miami, cloudy Milwaukee, clear Mpls St. Paul, clear Moline, clear New Orleans, clear New York, clear Omaha, cloudy Phoenix, clear San Diego, clear San Francisco, clo'jdy Seattle, cloudy Tampa, clear Washington, clear Winnipeg! m M-Missing. Cars Hit Last Night In 400 Block On Market A car driven by Sandra K. Babb, 17, of Twelve Mile, and another driven by William M. Paxon, 20, of Walton, were involved in a traffic mishap at 8:40 p.m. last night in the 400 block on Market street. Both cars were going east on Market street, 'according to the police report, when a third car stopped to back into a parking space. Miss Babb released the brake and rolled into the other vehicle, the report said. There was minor damage. Local Youth Jailed On Cass Court Warrant Charles Fulkerson, 22, of Minor street, was- arrested last night oy Sheriff 0. R. Carson- on a warrant from Cass county circuit court. ' The warrant charged removing, secreting, converting, selling, and attempting to sell personal property purchased under a written conditional sales contract. 57 35 48 17 39 30 34 28 41 24 27 22 47 23 46 29 25 20 44 26 61 41 Charles L. Sharp, superintendent 40 21 i of city schools, returned from In- 65 35 dianapolis this weekend where he 54 29 attended the annual meeting of 66 48, city and town school superintend- 59 26: ents. 66 49 Sharp said the groundwork for Sharp Attends School Superintendent Meet Hospital Notes MEMORIAL A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Darl Hettinger,' route 1. Reverend and Mrs. David St. Clair, Royal Center, are parents of a son. Admitted: Master William Banter, route 6; Miss Jill Lyons, route 2. Dismissed: Harry Adkins, route 3, Peru; Miss Donna Davidson, route 1, Twelve Mile; Master John Gresham, 217 Fourteenth; Mrs. Joan Pottenger, route 1, Macy; Mrs. Elizabeth Watts, 921 Helm; Mrs. Alfred Wisley and son, route 2, Royal Center; Mrs. Sadie L. Delaplane, route 1, Camden; Mrs. Letitia Oliphant, 1520 Smead; Mrs. Agnes M. Ross, route 6; Master Steven R. Russell, 712 Bates; Glen Siferd, 1800 Michigan; Mrs. Gera'.d Sisson and daughter, Stony Pike; Mrs. Dora Sturgis, 416 Tacoma; Mrs. Anna Tucker, 114 Eel River; James H. Zeider, route 1. ST. JOSEPH'S A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Timothy O'Conner, rout* 1. Winamac. Mrv and Mrs. Benjamin Lavy, route 3, Delphi, are parents of a son. Admitted: Louis Rains, route 1, Lucerne; Mrs. Dominick Pancini, 1312 George; Mrs. Lillian Weser, 2225 Spear; Baby Charles Weaver, 423',i Fourth; Miss Debra Ulmer, 2720 Emmett Drive; Miss Cherie Louthain 1 , route 5; Mrs. Harriet Tumley, 1402 E. Market; Vine Mullendore, Camden; Mrs. F. W. Ter- flinger, 2607 Broadway; Robert Wilson, 923',2 State. Dismissed: Miss Marsha Knebel, Winamac; Mrs. Joseph Burkett, 811 W. Melbourne: Mrs. Thomas Schlegelmilch, route 3. Royal Center; Mrs. Thomas Finnell, route 1; Karl Dresler, 808 E. Market; William Emley, Rockfield; Mrs. Laura Maus, Walton; Master Jack Murphy, 717 Thirteenth; Mrs. Frank Johnson, 1431 North; Mrs. George Kienly, 610 W. Broadway; Miss Carol Ann Fesler, 825 Fourteenth; Mrs. Adam Smith, 2605 Emmett Drive; Mrs. George Pugh and daughter, Bonnie Trailer Court; Mrs. Raymond Sutton, 811 Vandalia. 30 16 39 22 M 15 69 44 37 28 46 26 67 36 66 50 58 56 49 43 • 64 32 45 26 M M issues which the group will present to state legislators before the next session was outlined. KILLED IN TRAFFIC HOBART, Ind. Wh-Clarence I. Paige, 32. Hobart, was killed ?at- urday when his car ran into a water-filled ditch here. Police said he apparently fell asleep. The gecko, like many other lizards, can change the color of its skin. 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