Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on February 12, 1961 · Page 5
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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY K, 1961 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE flVC Mrs. Clara Case Succumbs In Peru PERU—Mrs. Clara Catherine Myrtle Case, 72, Route 4, Peru, died at Dukes Hospital at 9:40 a.m. Saturday following one year's illness. Mrs. Case had lived in; Peru 34 years and was a member of the Nazarene Church: Born Jan. 8, 1889 in., Troy,.0., she was the daughter of Luther A. and- Jennie Dell (Thompson) Green. She was married in' 390C to Herman Case, who survives. • Also surviving are three daughters arid two sons, Mrs. Ruth Wimpee, Mrs. Viola Rains, Mrs. Mary Isabelle Calendar, Roy and David Case, all of „Peru; two brothers, Milton Green, Twelve ' Mile and 'Andrew Green, Evans•ville; five sisters, Mrs. Ida LeValley and Mrs. William Mil ler, Xenia, 0.; Mrs. Marion Wilson, Columbus, 0.; Mrs. Booth 'Clifton, Middletown, Pa.; and Mrs. John Baublitz, York, Pa.; 21 grandchildren, 13 great-grand; children and two great-great grandchildren. i A brother and two sisters are deceased. Funeral services will be held from the Drake-Flowers Chapel at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday with the Rev. Russell Shalley officiating. Burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 10 a.m. Monday. The Kurls, one of the oldest peoples in the world, live,in the mountains and valleys where Iran, Iraq and Turkey meet. Ro. Center, Dies ROYAE- CENTER - John N. Bonhell, 83, of Royal Center, died at 3 a.m. Saturday in St. Joseph hospital at Logansport after a lingering illness. • ; • Born in Pulaski county, Aug. 10, 1877, he was .the son of John and Josephine Rhodes Bonnell. His first marriage was to Elizabeth Shonk, who; died in 1932'.and he remarried in 1941 to Alice Gish. He was a member-of the Royal' Center Christian church. Survivors are the widow; two daughters, Mrs. Alta Ropp of Royal Center and Mrs, Dorabelle Stotler of Logansport; • two -sons, Caderi and Ora of Royal .Center; eight grandchildren, six great Chester Deniston Succumbs At Age 59 PERU-Chester A. Deniston, 59, of 161 N. Wabash St., died at Dukes Hospital at 1 a.m. Saturday following ,a week's illness. He! was employed as '.a, truck driver for the Abso-Pure Ice and" CoaKCo. Mr. Deniston;had spent most, of his lifetime here and was a 'member of God's Gospel Tabernacle. '''. ' •.'... " _. Born inJKartford City, April 1, 1901, he was the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Deniston, He was married in 1927 to Gertrude Correll. Surviving are two sons apd two daughters, Fred Deniston;. Kofco- mo; Daniel, Logansport; 'Mrs Claude Katliff, Middletown, Ind., grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. and Mrs. Guy- Mathis, Bunker Dora Wright of Gentry, Okla. Hill; - a brother,:Herbert: Denis Funeral services will-be at 1:30 p.m. Monday from.the Harrison Garden Chapel with -Rev. Robert Bonewitz in charge. Burial will be in Buck cemetery west of Thornhope. Friends may call at ihe funeral home after noon today. Suspend Peru Man's Driver's License PERU - Edmund Cattlett, Jr., 21, of 153 E. Sixth St., was fined a total-'of $25.75 and his driver's license was suspended for 30 days on conviction of a charge-of reckless driving in city court. Cattlett was the driver of a car ;ii which two companions drowned vhen it plunged into the Gidley Pond on the West River Road ;ist Nov. 26. ton, Kokomo and 13, grandchildren. Funeral" services will .be held from the Drake-Flowers Chapel at 1:30 p.m! Monday. The Rev. Willard. Correll will officiate and burial will be in the Greenla'wn cemetery, Mexico. , Friends may- call at the funeral home after 10 a.m. Sunday. DIES AT BALL GAME INDIANAPOLIS .(AP) - William A.- Clark, .54, Indianapolis, died Thursday night after suffering a heart attack while watching the Attucks-Cathedral high 1 school basketball game at Butler Field- bouse. ' AIRMAN ARRESTED AFTER PERU CRASH PERU—Airman..'Forrest Miller 28, of 595'/i~East Main St., was arrested on a, charge o£ driving while suspended following-a rear- end collision' which ,occurred-, ai midnight - Friday: brv the • Wayne Street Bridge. ' ...-,- :";' Police, who investigated, reported that : Miller crashed into the rear of a car driven by Lauranhe arber, 19, 377 E. .Washington Ave. . ' '.•'-'. Damage to Miller's car .was es- ;imated at,$450 and to Miss Garber's at $300. DRIVER UNHURT IN COUNTY LINE CRASH PERU-Donald Lee St. Clair, 122 of Kokomo, escaped injury at '7 am. Saturday when: he lost control of the Dietzen's Bread "truck he was driving and it turned over ELKHART, IND.-Rescuer ; pulls on line as he drags Linda TVetzel, 12, to safety after she fell into the St. Joseph River, near here. Lnida broke through the thin ice as she was crossing the; river on- a short-cut on' the wav home from school. After she was pulled to safety' the two fell into the St. Joseph River near here. Linda was treated for shock at a local hospital and released after the event.- • , (UPI Telephoto.) Read the Want Ads! ?EarIy ^nerican Ernitnre ! *a, m mm FLOOR SAMPLES! Upholstered Living Room Pieces REDUCED TO 25 AND MORE! Group includes Platform Rocker love Seat, Swivel Rockers, Wing Back Sofa; Wing Sack Chair, 3 - piece group and a few fables. All floor samples or two of a kind. one GROUP INCLUDES PIECES BY • Ethan Allen • Old Homestead • Maxwell Royal nite inc. 315 E. Broadway Phone 3832 CLOSET CLEAN-UP SALE LIMITED TIME ONLY * COATS * SUITS * DRESSES , • Trousers • Skirts • Sweaters • Blouses • Sport Shirts • Jackets, etc. * YOU MUST BRING IN AT LEAST 4 GARMENTS * * ORDERS WILL NOT BE BAGGED^ON THIS SPECIAL 705 North Third CLEANERS Woman Fair After Car Hits Sign And Tree On Peru Street PERU-Mrs. Margaret Woldt, 26, of 541 E. Second St., was, reported in a fair condition at Dukes Hospital Saturday evening from a back injury suffered in a one car accident which occurred at 1:45 aim. Saturday on West Main St. •Driver of the car, her husband, Robert, 26, was not hurt. He was arrested on a charge of reckless driving and was cited to appear in Mark Mullin's J.P. court. The 1956 model car was listed a total loss by State Trooper Robert McGowen and Peru police who investigated. • , The officers said Woldt pulled his-car out of the^ Square Deal Truck Stop, accelerated, dapidly and headed east on Main St. The car skidded on the railroad tracks, swerved, spun around and finally crashed into a sign and tree about a block' further east on the north side of-the street. World Prayer Day Observance At Peru In St. Paul Church 'PERU—Plans "have been completed for the observance of the World Day of Prayer Friday, Feb. 17, according to Mrs! Orville Sonafrank, general chairman. The event is being sponsored by the United Church Women. There will be a union service at 2 p.m. in the St. Paul EUB Church. The chapel of the MetEbdist Church will be open for prayer and meditation from 5:30 to 8 p.m. that evening. Other activities will include a special service at the Peru High School starting at 8 a.m. in'the auditorium. :n charge. with Clarence Oury Miss .Bertha Kuhn, teacher of the Roiling Chapel will lead the jrade school children in special payers during the week; and members of • the United Church ffomen will call iipon patients in the hospitals, nursing homes and other county institutions, offering irayers in observance.of the day. Two Crashes On Monti Streets ; MONTICELLO-At '8:20 Saturday morning, during the snow, a collision occurred at North First and'Hanawalt streets. Mrs. .Gwen Tyler, driving -a 1957 car, was. going east on Hanawalt street when a 1958-model,driven by Robert J. FuEerton, pulled .out of First street to make a left turn in front of the Tyler .car. V - . ' Mrs. Tyler was unable- to keep from hitting, the Fullerton' car who had failed to yield right-of- way. The rear fender of his. car and the left rear fender of her car were damaged both in the amount of $175. Monticello Chief of Police -Eugene Houston investigated. . ' Friday afternoon a collision occurred at South Main and Market street. Virginia Woodworth, 41, route 6, driving a sedan owned by Silas Smith of route 6 was going south oh Main'Street when a 1951 Station Wagon, driven by Roy Mertz,- 534 South Illinois street, failed .to stop and the car driven by Mrs. Woodworth struck the Mertz'car. The station wagon received damages to the right side amounting to $450 and the car was damaged on the hood, bumper grill ana left front fender in the amount of $450. MonticellO'-Police Sgt. Ernest Crane/who investigated, arrested Roy Mertz for failure to yield the right of way. White County Memorial Hospital news—Dismissals, Feb. 11, Mrs. Jimme Rogers and daughter, '410 S. Illinois; Mrs. Junior Putt, R.3, Mrs. Verne Wilson, 566 South Bluff street; Mrs. David Goodnight, Idaville; Ernest Stacey, Box 255, Delphi; Master Daniel WestfaU, Reynolds. Mrs. Veronica Faker, deputy in the county clerk's office,' has re- ;urned to work after a several, days illness wim the flu. South Bend Driver Unhurt When Car Overturns AI Peru PERU-A South Bend motorist escaped injury when the^car he was driving to tow another vehicle jverturned at the junction of U.S. 24 and 31 at the west edge of Peru at'15:30 p.m. Saturday. State police, reported that Norman W. Wolfson, 44, of South end was driving'a 1960 car.own- d by the General Acceptance Cor- oration of South Bend and was owing his 1954 car. Wolfson was en rotue north and was attempting to niafce a right and turn to go east on Main St., when he lost control of the car md it overturned. The car in tow roke loose and was not dam- ged. ./ The' I960 car was listed a total oss. Deputy.- Sheriff Lowell Harmon and State Troopers Arlen Good nd Keyes investigated. Read the Want Ads! Mike Nixon Named Steeier Coach Aide PITTSBURGH (AP)-The Pittsburgh 'Steelers of the National Football League announced Saturday that Mike Nixon, former Washington Redskin head coach," has accepted a position as assistant coach with the Steelers. The club said Nixon will replace Harry Gilmer : who has accepted an assistant coaching job with the Minnesota' Vikings, the new NFL entry. - _ , Pfan Reorganization Of Miami County Extension Ccmmillee PERtHPlans arejbeing 'made for the reorganization of,a.Miami County Extension Committee, -ac- ' cording to VerLBoys,'.temporary chairman. , -. , The committee. will represent all bona fide farm organizations, including , Fair Board, Rural Youth; ,4-H Clubs, and Home' Demonstration Clubs. The'committee will also include • representatives of the' -'county council, county commissioners and 1 county superintendent of , schools. . Purpose-.of the committee is to coordinate -all such 'activities and .o plan an over-all, program. ., The' • committee • ,will .follow rules established by the state ex- ension department and a'policy will be set up. ' . ..A meeting has'been scheduled on its side. . ! for Feb. 20th at which time com- The accident .occurred two miles j mittee members will be nominat- north of Gilead on State'Road IS led. This group will then. form., a on the Miami-Fulton county ..line. State Trooper Arten Good reported that St. Clair was traveling north in a dense fog and apparently did not see the stop sign. He applied the brakes .on the truck and it skidded. • • Damage to the truck was estimated $200.. D. A. R. MEET Old Towne Chapter D: A. R. will meet at' 6 .p.m. Monday at the home of Mrs. Foyvelle Myers, 927 North St. • Department of Agriculture tests show, that hens getting too much light at too young; an age qome into production late and are inferior in body and feather development. • seven-member executive. committee and they will elect their own officers. Former Miami Deputy Sheriff lir New Job PERU—Lowell Burke, former Miami County Deputy, Sheriff, lias been hired to serve as driver examiner for the State Bureau of Motor Vehicles. ' • . . .• A Democrat, Burke replaces Harry Howard, a Republican. Burke .will serve Peru, Frankfort and Tipton. He will.be in Peru, two days each week, on Mondays and Wednesdays and the other two towns the other three days of the week.- Early Week Specials! Thru Wed. Feb. 15th PORK CHOPS Choice Center IB. 69' Our Valentine Special! End Cuts Iked Bacon Fish Sticks LB. ("SUPER-RIGHT" LB.59c) ...... A1LGOOD LB. CAP'N JOHN'S 3 10-02. PKGS. 3949- 1.00 FERNBAUGH'S JEWERY STORE 416 E. 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