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fen if tst 1 i Complete News 1 nd Views of V- W'! 1 'ilinif-i If Dearborn County i -i i nr "a -ir r-ki tifvM-''-: la JIi' i 'T '1 ir 7- LAWRENCEBURG INDIANA FRIDAY MARCH 24 1939 CIX No 12 tii PER YEAR SU-? An Elderly Lady Answers Summons Annual School Of World Friendship Church of Christ Revival Starts I 1 1' 1 1 ilrn Carrie Lkltlle Bryant Who Spent Her Entire Life In This City Re- reives Final Rites Wednesday jya-" Now OhioTraffic Officer -a On Rrower Road JS0 North Bend His Chief IIuty Relng toSlnwUp Traffic During Heavy Trmfflc Hours 7 i-'' -Li- Albert Elizabethtown son of Robert- Mattox Lawrettce- GRANGE IS REORGANfzta At a public -meeting of farm families held at the Pleasant View Grange Hall In Washington Townriiip lnstj Friday night with Herschel Newsoi) Master of the State Grange of" Indiana In charge officers were elected and' a local grange re-organised Those chosen as officers were: Master' Randall Overseer Charles Elliott secretary Emily Sawdoh: treasurer George Randall steward John Hannah nsstistew-ard Jesse Denherllne ladiest 'hteward Mrs Jesse Dennerline lectureiv Mrs Charlotte Miller and chaplalA Mrs Hattie Cutter Entertainment At as furnished by the Davis-Quartet of Ramse Ind Installation services Will bo held Monday night April 3 at the lill wfth Newsom and ah installation team of to conducting the installhtiQn-: Sdpio funeral 'rites for Mrs Currie Llddle Bryant whose death occurred on Sun-at Jier home 'on 'William -at' were'' 1 MR HURON KIWANIS SPEAKER Prof John Huron vocational teacher at the Bright and Guilford high schools upon' invitation from the program committee made an Interesting and informative vocation talk to the Khyanla Club nt meeting being Introduced by Morris McManaman In discussing the objectives and achievements In Its relation to education in our public schools he made plain the -fact that vocational work is truly worthwhile President Blelby in appreciation of the ffhe talk made by Mr Huron expressed the hope that he make return visits The Boys and Girls Committee composed of Kiwanlans Gorman Achats Ubbert and Martin will be In charge of the program next Tuesday when mu sic by the Gleen Club will be a feature at the residence Wednesday after- Vieipelt' RevI Virgil TohW fopmert pastor of Emanuel Lutheran Church and of the deceased came from to officiate3 1 Moon and Schopmeyer were in charge of the -I I -1 a was at Greendale cem- etery! porrie Llddle Bryant daughter of -Stephen and Elizabeth Llddle was born In Lawreneeburg- August 28 1853 and departed -this life on March 18 -1933 haying attained the age of 85 years 6 1 tnonths and 21 days She was the last surviving member inf- her' family 5 brothers and 4 sisters having' preceded her to the grave O' LMateh11878 she was united in -marriage to John Bryant six children dime to bless thie union two -of which with her husband preceded her to that lift eternal iRoy died in lnfansy and Mra Grace Federie departed this life February 7 i-i-V kik 'Incetl he death of her husband on Ndvember 19 1916 she has Jived with lief children having spent her last years at the home ot her son Edward- '4 -wi(h her granddaughter Miss Lorene ---i i i 'i qhe leaves to mourn her passing four chfldren Lloyd Bryant Mrs Curtis Fed- 1 Carrie 1 Ulrich and Edward -r Brj-ant all of Lawrenceburg seven grandchildren eight great grandchil- drqn a number 6f nieces and nephews and i a host of 1 other relatives 1 ffiends Vj I- Grandma as she was familiarly known 1 by all spent her entire life' in the community where she was! bora bore '-V her suffering patiently- always thinking of others and their welfare ahead of i her own needs Der weary hours and days of pain -i-hef troubled nights are past nd in' my aching heart I know'slie Sunday Morning to Continue Two Week WItli the FpMnr In Charge Assisted by Song leader Special evangelistic services begin at the Church of Christ on Sunday morning March 26tli to continue for two wroks each evening at 7:30 o'clock Rev McConnell minister of the local-church' present tho teachings of the New Testament how to become Christian and how to live the life that la required In its fullness rev McConnell The song service will be under the direction and leadership of1 the Rev A McConnell a brother of the minister who will be remembered for his splendid work during the meetings held In this church a year ago He will direct the adult choir and the choir that is being organized to assist He will also give special vocal numbers each evening in' the meetings Plan to come to these services Everyone will receive a hearty welcome and be amply repaid by listening to the Interesting programs of Bible' teaching and song service that will be presented Army Recruiting Officers Are Here 10th Infantry Party Jlearli Lawrence-burg Drum ami Rugle Corps To Play on Streets The Press received yesterday enm-rrtimJcitlon from Capt II Decker 10th Infantry Adjutant Ft' Thomas Ky slating a m-ruitlng party would arrive lien today to enlist in the serv ite of I'ruli Army any who may In Jnien-slnl and can qualify roar of slirrln drum and the trumpet that sounds of will Is1 heard oh tin streets-of Lawrenceburg today when the lih Infantry Recruit lag party of Ferf wilf visit this chy Ifs lii'ilm and Hugh- Corps consisting or 20 nail under the leadership of Sergeant Iso It Klein will jNimdc I In city streets playing various bugle cm I Is and marches ami will give a demonstration drill The party consists of one medical officer Lieutenant Colonel Carroll I Price who will inako the necessary physical examinations and also act ns recruiting officer Second Lieutenant Augustin l'rentiss Jr 10th Infantry in command of the party Master Sergeant William II Higgerstaff Communications Chief of the 10th Infantry: Sergeant Ollie Kendrick of -tho Head quarters Company Sergeant Thomas Morgan of Company 10th Infantry who will art ns cunvasser The party will confine its efforts so far as actual recruiting- is concerned to the Regular Army Reserve however nil of its mefnbers will be pleased to talk to any young men who desire ini formation ubout the Regular Army 16r which it is expected there will soon he vacancies The Regular Army Reserve for which enlistments will be made' is coposed only of previous service men of the Army of the United States who are under 36 years of age and Who have been honorably discharged frpm the Army undwhb are physically qualified It in not an active organization such an the Officers Reserve Corps and the Enlisted Reserve Corps -but is entirely inactive its members' being called to has -found sweet rest at last iH-y Scion of Pioneer Family Succumbs Sidden Deaih of Mrs tuth Guard Mc- Kinney From Heart Failure Occurred March rfluurv is -1 i For All Age Groups To Re Held at Baptist Church Greendale' Next Week Program Announced Flnhe have been completed for the annual School of World Friendship which will hie held at the Baptist church onTebbs Avenue on Monday' Tuesday and Wednesday evenings of next -week The school Is sponsored by the Ladies Mission -Circle and will he so organized as to present opportunity for study and discussion for all age groups--The program for the three evenings will open at' 7 and close at 8 A0 Classes their sponsors and the subjects to be pursued are -as follows: Class for-Primary children taught by Mrs Edward Knoebel assisted by Misses Mina Rupp Jeanne Truitt and Frances Moore will study of Browm a study of Indian children --p Class for Intermediates taught by the pastor 4 7 Class for Toung People sponsored by the World Wide Guild Class for Adults taught by Mrs Heath "The Church Takes Root In i The opening devotional period on Wednesday evening will be 'devoted to the presentation of a pageant by the children of the CWC A cordial Is extended to the public to attend this series of studies and devotiohal services Council Votes On New Ordinance i To Cover Retail Sale of Meat' Milk and Other Produce Durbin Road To Be Rebuilt With Concrete- 1 Grover Kaffenberg again went to bat for the local meat knd grocery merchants at the regular meeting of City Council Monday night when he emphatically denounced the sale of meat by door to door peddlers who live away from Lawrenceburg And he frankly stated he would bring up the matter at every council meeting until some action Is taken And lt was Council dug up an ordinance JNo 57) passed by the Spanagel administration In 1334 and it was read by Lonnie Dawson clerk-treasurer It covered about every kind 1 of peddler pitchman 'medicine show carnival tent show fakers and whaf have you' but' St did not say a word about meat peddlers Then a resolution covcrlrig the retail sale of meat milc and other produce presented by Virgil 'Adiims District Board of Heulth representative was read and Loren Edwards city attorney was instructed to draw up an ofdlnnnce Jvuffcnbcrg cited an' incident that occurred in his ward of a iieddler who not' only Sold meat but a variety of vegetables The same hands' that irickcd up potatoes coverid with mother earth also picked up the meat without wushiqg Ills digits r' An estimate' on the cemt fur -extending wuter main from 8t Clair'to Kuphenla stind installation of a fire plug near Euphenkust wvis bnlerisl glv-n by Walter Decker city- englnrer It was decided to construct 'Durbin Rood from Dumey to Center-t with concrete Tills is a part of the re-conxt ruction program of tho WPA work to begin April 1 The street Is constructed of cruslied rock and tar and is in very Lid condition' Con noil lKissed resolution to permit Joseph Heagram and Hons to beautify the old cemetery In Newtown as part of their heuutiflcation program It Includes sowing of glass seeds leveling ground' straightening tomb' stones and general cleanup( SUCCESSFUL REVIVAL IS HELD IIY REV MARTIN Rev Walker Martin pastor of the First Baptist Church Tebbs-ave arrived home last Friday finom Muncie where he conducted an evangelistic meeting of eleven days-at the Walnut-st Baptist1 Church There were 84 additions to the church duringthls revival resulting in a spiritual uplift to the church and cltyof Muncle that mark' an awakening of souls unto repentance through the power of the Goqpel as preached by our esteemed VOICE OF THE PEOPLE Do yon believe United States win become Involved if there Is general European mrf Frank Btein Lawrenceburg: I believe that we will It will be impossible for us to keep out of war and I also believe that Hitler was stopped Bill Brunner Lawrenceburg I do not unles we are attacked by a foreign country' William Klnser' Istwrenceburg: If a war lasts any length of 'time I believe we will he Involved Bob Cooper Lawrenceburg: I do not believe that we will be Involved I believe that if a general European war would start with all the modern equlp-rnent that those-foreign countries have It would be over before we would have a' chance to gat over there -s burg began his litres gatunlay as North Bend motorcycle traffic police 1 IfnttAT will TtfltMlI HAAfl im iMattox willt patrol Brower Road and Route 60 (Cincinnati avej withln the confines oCthe vlllage ht hours during the day and night when traffic Is usually this heaviest v-W His chief duty wUlbe to slow- uu traffic crossing over North Bend HJU qhd he win be available for traffic duty at all tlmes Council members at North: Bend said that the move was Imperative because more than-i ah average" of i 35 accidents happen annually within a small azea on or near the hill t7Route '60 on North Bend Hill Is belleyed to have the steepest grade of any fother national highway in the country i Mayor Curtis Smith emphasized a state ment that North Bend Is not' installing a speed trapf but he? alio emphasized a statement that speeding on Route 50 through the village Would be curtailed The rate of speed through the down-th e-river villages is usually placed at 85 miles ah slow-uft at dangerous crossihgs and near schools 'j Mattox has lately been' employed at the Schlemmel Coal and Feed Company and was an employee of the A Cook Inc for several years llis many Law-renceburg friends wish him success in thla new undertk11 Miss IddeytWill Direct Jaxhboree 7 1 1 At Elfzabethtown On Slareh 30-31 and April lFor Ladles -Aid Society- of Church Tho LadieS AiA soclety of the Elizabethtown' Methodist Church is completing plans for presenting' the Boone county Jamboree troupe in a public entertainment oh 'March 30-37 end April 1 Ambitious amateur artists entertainers dancers muslclans- Jugglers sing-era and geniuses of varied types and parevaslons who would like to step before the footlights of: tho public stage are Invited to qualify to" become par-tleipants In this coming comedy' attrac tion Auditions or amateurs and others old and young who may It Into this group' of entertainers are being held this Starting last night to continue through today And' at the Elizabethtown Han If you are really interesteddo not hesitate to attend these auditions (and have a part iii the big show to follow one! week later -All who qualify will be givrit sn to her heard over Station WCKTCbvington -Miss Olivej Kacklcy the- tatentefl and thorough ry cn fxible director' teho Mtugcd l-uwrenci first'' (ind only's bmul-eaxting xhoyy on i last has eluirge of the uuditlohs aW'slic: will bo In charge of the Jamboree witli A' 1 himie artists -in" tlie cHsfJ-' next weekfrfl The Jumbo ret tsa church benefit and (routing wlo flhtemtbl -vf'' -'Mrs Joseph I luy'cs anil 'Miss Katie Itlninger active committee members were in Lawrenceburg Monday as IsMHitera furrths Jajmbprec7: si Saint Patrick Is Paid High Homage Ry Friendly Sons In a Feast of Reason and Flow of Soul at The Hotel Netlierisnd Plais ji With our own popular townsman Eugene A president of tho Friendly Boris' of St Patrick pf- Cim cinriati presiding'' the Patron Balnt-Jof Auld Ireland exaltation and praise on Friday night last -i The celebration was on Friday night following 'St day In the morning and was a glorious occasion as depicted in pictures and story In The Enquirer Saturday morning Mr O'Shaughneasy sat In the center of the speakers table with avgroiip of notable participants In the program and all went'on as merrily as marriage bells when "Knighthood iq In Freedom' arid' religion a' part' qf the very- nature and twins of the Irish Free State was gloriously stressed by the several able speakers arid the occasion a whole was one of great Joy and PROF RIDDLE GOES TO HOSPITAL Pres Riddle suiwrintendent of the Lawreiiceburg Consolidated High School was taken to Christ Hospital Cincinnati'' last' Friday suffering from after effects of the flu Principal Burton Gorman 'visited wlthPilm Tuesday evening and reports that he -is much improved but will remain at the hospital for several days 7- I MRS CHARLES LONG IN HOSPITAL I-1- vf Mrs Charles -Long: (nee' Dorothy Leathers) was 'rushed to Christ hospital Monday night where she underwent an operation for appendicitis Latest reporta from her bedside-are that she is getting along nicely Mrs Long la an employee of Mr and Mrs Hy Hchultz who operate- tho Hotel King Dining Room- Mrs BehulU accompanied Mrs Long- to tho hoepitsL i to hospitaL j) i 1 i 'A 7 a'' C-: fi 3' i A i Aurora' Grade i Team Is Winner Lawrenceburg Central RunnetJ-Up In Grade School Basketball Com- petition Greendale Third The king in grade school basketball competition this season Is Aurora defeating Lawrenceburg -Central final 'game 'of the county tournament Tuesday1 night ai Greendale school gym by a' hairline 11 to 10 i "4 This was a double honor for Aurora -on the hard court this season 'fhe varsity 'team of- Aurora the Red Devils having f11 represented Dearborn county and southeastern Indiana in the state championship' round for the second time Ini the twenty-eight years that the state tournament has been held" AuroA was pushed hard defeat Central' runners-up' but rl? ismashed through with a victory after a flip and tuck fray1' Greendale won thq consolation game by defeating Dillsboro in an exciting 32 minutes of Dohors of the trophies were Jones Pharmacy Doty Office Supply Com parjy and the Peoples Coal Company Schools participating- were Guilford Bright Moores Hin Dillsboro'Aurora Lawrenceburg Central St Lawrence and Greendale The all pounty grade school i team selected by the officials Byron Willi of Aurora and Harold Benedict of the Lawrenceburg: 'Tigers is a- follows: forwards John McWethy 'Greendale BUI Robinson Aurora and Raymond Todd Greendale Centers Rogers' Bright and Bruce Townsend Central Guards Kline DUlsboro Bill Chris-tlan Central and Rolfe of Aurora I -f- BERNARD DORGER DffiS The death of Bernard Durger fori trier treasurer of the old Greendale Distillery who has many friends la Law-ronceburg died lat Friday' Match 17 St bis home 4312 Plttsqve 'Cincinnati after ah illness of two duys He was 80 years old i 1 Mr Dorger was an officer -Iof the distillery unfll It was' sold in l9lt'y -Active in Oitholic uc tivltlcs he -wae Treasurer1 -Metropolitan St -Vincent de Paul Hociety President of of Ht llorilface Church brunet eiety a member of the Executive Board ml Finance Committee of tlte German ItahoUc Cemetery Ht and the Holy MtivietUs of Ht Bonlfi holle Cemetery Ht Aloyslus pfipliun 4 Boniface Church Four sons Raymond DorgejT ller liert Dorger Walter Dorger and leopard Dorger two diiughters Mrs Mar-arila Jones and Mrs OeorgianiA Hartman nnd eight grandchildren hurvlve -hinit Ktilemn requiem high mass was: in-fonwl Tuestlay morning at Ht libnifaco Church Burial will in 8t Mary Cemetery St Bernard 1-m sq-f MRS: KMMA FSK The death of Mrs Emmii Fisk on Thursday morning dome as a shock to her relatives and friend in community- Last week Mrs Fislr had gone to North Madison for an Indefinite stay at the home of her daughter 1 Mrs Charles Bentley Mrs Ralph Green was called to the bedside of her toother Saturday' when' she suffered q'-heiart attack MRS MART CLEMENTS The death of Mrs Mary Clements age 77 on March 16th at her home hear Bedford was learned wCek Deceased' was the- mother of Air Roy Gore and Mrs Harry Shanks Who' were With her in 'her recent illness and deatih the ath Sincere sympathy Js frtt for stricken relatives 1 1 OWEN ALLEN FOUND DER 7 Owen Allen 80 yeapi'cld widely known horse trader- and Struck farmer was found dead Monday toorn-ing)- at his home in Petersburg Ky Funeral-- services were conducted Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Christian church Petersburg Survivors ore one daughter Mrs Claude McWethy Lawrenceburg and two sons Charles of Indianapolis and ryan RNS ART IjOMMEL RKTI Mr A Lommel' popular drjiiggist and citizen arrived home Wednnalay from Rochester where he spent about five weeks' as a patient at Mayo Bros1 clinic -and hospital He under went a major operation and comes home -In pretty good shape Friends are extending to this outstanding citizen and business man- a most cordial! welcome with hearty good -wishes for his early aftd permanent recovery early and Davis Addresses Republican Club Former Candidate For Congress and Party Leader Talks To a Large Audience at Aurora Aurora March (Special to The Press) At its permanent headquarters herevrWednesday night -the Republican Club of Dearborn county held its annual meeting' More than a capacity crowd Jammed 'the large- Auditorium to hear on address by Chester A Davis of Bedford one of best speakers and most forceful leaders' mA Davis said in part: In the last few years when factories have been closed and -men were out of Jobs we have heard that men were failing to cooperate" or that was on a That is an easy way of explanation blit- one that is wholly honest Because during those years business has been in the hospital most of the time and not on a strike Not many days ago Dr Harry Hopkins made a speech at Des Moines Iowa in which the doctor proposed that there be some operations upon the business carcass of the country This he did In the hope that business would immediately start upon Its rood to recovery Quite the contrary was the actual result Ever since that time business has suffered a relapse that has constantly become weaker "Business men have found it Increasingly difficult to employ men and provide payrolls because of the mounting tax -burdens upon their raw materials finished products and upon their labor itself along with a multitude of other taxes everywhere Not only has taxa tlon made their lot more difficult but in addition they have been compelled to compete with their government and the goods produced in bankrupt foreign nations For tho purpose of making it possible that the American business man to increase his operations by employing more men at our standard of (Continued on Page 6) Pythians Will Be Here Sunday Next Coming In a Iksly tFroin Claves anil Xnrtli IIimiiI To Ileur Rev Wul- kcr Marlin In Hpeelal A worthy compliment to worthy gentlemen is to lm isiid the Itev Wulker Martin of the Baptist Church Tiljlm-ave by members of tho Knights of Lcslgcs of Cloves and 'North Bond Ohio on Kunday night next at 7:30 The knightly gentry ncrompanled by their wives and lady friends nrq to Vnulor here In a laxly to attend the K'lptist church imiiI hear Mr Martin preach a sermon especially appropriate to the brotherhood guests The invitation on the part of the visitors was self-imiHMed Acceptance was with rare pleasure by Mr- Martin It' came recently when our brilliant and popular yoiing minister and Jeuder li matters of righteous-forward Import visited Cleves and made a Pythian Diamond Jiiblleq address which rung true to his splendjd talents and gifts in speech Tphe 1-ythians of Lawrenceburg and Aurora and other points are cordially invited to Join brother Knights in this special service1 on BunddjK evening Masons Will Give- Smoker Tuesday til Royal Arch and Chapter Members Will Welcome Delegation From Judge Lowe Will Make Talk building meeting is certain to prove one of special Interest and enjoyment and all chapter membcrs' are urged to be present to meet the delegation from Milan A feature of the meeting will be an address by Judge Charles A bovf one of our illustrious sons Judge Lowe Is an officer of the Grand Council of Indiana and a Muson of high rating His theme is wherfe It came from- and where it The Judge Is ni orator of renown and he will have a nywaage that will find favor with ill who hear-him All Council and Chapter members- In this vicinity are cordially Invited tot itend thla meeting next Tuesday night -i Stricken with'a! sudden heart attack at i( her home near Elizabethtown oil Saturday last1" March Mrsf Ruth Guard McKinney lMissed awuy -stj1210 that afternoon In 8ih year Her death was quite- a Knock -i toc her family 'and friends ns slle had been ln her usual good health until fatal stroke' came" "vlthouf 1 wfi riling Mrs DIcKinney's death reg- ixteml fifth descendant of the ilIUHtri-: oiks Chptnln Joseph Hayes to crow the 7 lxr ln last three months" 7 Mrs McKinney was an esteemed nvinber of a notable i iiioneer' family' Hh was born April 7' 1859 and was a daughterifof Ezra and Mary Jano: llfiyes' auard- Shewnsa woman who rtClected fth sturdy stock of her an--' centers and' had many friends and admirers- 8he had been lifelong re-: of the community in which she died': Bhe was awumaii of religious zet)l And a member of the kleUiodist C'hjurch active In its1 various activities 1 ter home -life and her family ties' a rnemt much to her knd reflected tender love and Interest in all pertaining to they welfare of -her children- Bhe was wedded to Blkis Van McKin- ney January 7 1880 husband died October 21 1920 They were blessed with six children four sons and two daughters two of whom have passed awoy7 Frank -McKinney-prominent Ford dealer pf this city and Tom Mc- Kinney a prominent lawyer of Cbey enne Wyoming and two daughters: Mrs Alta McKinney Baker who re--sided with her mother' and Mrs Ollie '-May Robbins of Salem Oregon ar the surviving' children Gasslua Guard a brother also survives-- with seven grandchlldrfii and one- great grandchild w--- Funeral ritee were conductad at 'the Elizabethtown i Methodist Church bn Wednesday afternoon' Rev Watkins -of Greensburg assisted -by -Rey -The burial in- Greendale- cemetery-was In charge of Tlch Broa 1 SVMUEL HOUSTON DIES Lawrenceburg Council Royal and Helect Master Masons will extend wel-active duty only in case of a national a group of Milan Royal Arch emergency Enlistments are made in 1 Chapter members' at a frater meeting the grade 'in which the former soldier 1 nd on Tuesday next March was last rUxchargod from the at 7J0 at the Masonic Hall 111 several years death came to Samuel (f Houston ago 68 years' at his home oh Charlotte-et Sunday afternoon FIs' day jaftemoojtt at Fitch Bros mortuary' 7 The interment was at' Oieendalo cem- etery-' 7: VrJ 77 lie was 'a lifelong resident of the county -and was born February 3 1S73 the youngest and lost surviving son of the late Thomas and Agnes Bcggs Houston -Mr Houston was -np to the time that -5 Ill-health forced his retirement In the employ of the ''Lawrenceburg Mills Go 4 Five nephews survive: Paul Houston Dole Paul arid' Robert McLeaater and Omer Houston the ldfter of Mrs Charles McGrty and Fred Morris of this chy also survive -y Without performing any duty its members ore jxild two dollars per month payable at the end of each four months This is equivalent to about five per cent interest on five hundred dollur bond Enlistments are for term of four years growing Interest in revival Evangelistic services at the Methodist Church are being attended by- in-creasing numbers or people The evangelist Rev A Browq has aroused unusual Interest wjth his gospel messages" The Aurorachurch la furnish Ing special music at the serypesLook for the Lighted Crpsa Slig: tt it- fi a nr i- t-v -i i it- i j- iK i 'it J' i' i P' nrtWy -1 "TT.

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