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'.UUUUUUIUIlUtlti : ! ! 1 l I H M U It ( I U I i l H M t M 1 i H . I I I 1 I I I I t I I ) i lt'ttltMMMMflllir P.GEITeCiII-Leider.Trdy. Jaiet. mi Obituaries from the area ; x t : : ' war . - - By BERN ARD J. SCHI CK We come to praise our teachers. Not to bury them. Many are gone but none as long as they live in our memories. We have a special affection for teachers. Mostly because we had so many wonderful ones. To preserve (or posterity and to refresh your memory we'll list the teachers in our schools just 30 years ago. That was during Elwood's centennial year. , Keith Scott was superintendent and M.A. Copeland was principal. Teachers at Wendell L. Willkie (Elwood High School) were: Mary Allen, Mary M. Barnes, Harry M. Bridges, Frank Bykowski, Kenneth L. Callahan, Viviennne F. Carter. Kenneth D. Coulsoo, Palmer J. Davis, Blanche Diegel and Earl Forney. Also, William Freed, Luella G. Holtsclaw. Betty House, Harry L. House, Esther Koons, Donald M. Crampe, Mary Logan Records, Gilbert R. Shuck, George Smith. William Blair Sullivan, John W. Ward. Wilson Wheatley. Barbara Yundt. Not to slight anyone, special teachers were Robert Kellems, Claude Jacobs and Anita Waymire. Lillian Mikels was financial secretary and Phyllis Sosbe was secretary to Mr. Scott. Lillian Sullivan was the school nurse and Claude Commons was the visiting teacher. We'll even include the custodians who were Jesse Warner, Royal Harrison and Clyde Winn. Naturally we want to get the names of the school board at that time. Some people might ask why? They were Mark Noble, Melvin Robinson and E. Ralph Stevens. (Only klddm', guys.) In an earlier article we missed some teachers. Not this time. At Junior High in 1951-52 still teaching were: James E. Allen, principal, Walter Allen, Roxie Brumfield, Paul V. Champion, Robert Durr, Esta Filbey, Mattie Griffin, E. Samuel House, Joan McCammonandlloe McKinney. Also in this list were Phyllis Morris, G . Sidney Parks, Hazel Poer, Martha Dever, Ruth Greene, Edna Jackson, Cara Doreen Jones, Katherine Jordan and Dean Malicote. Still others were Lillian Ogle, Thursa Reed, Margaret Snyder, Thomas A. Strah, John Tipton and Oscar Newland. Jane Collins was the clerk. William Heath was the custodian. Firemen for the building were Elliot McPhearsonandOrville Schimmel. Now we don't want to forget our grade schools. We'll start out with Osborn: Virgil Peebles was the principal; other teachers were Viola Adams, Mildred Morris, Augusta Wacknitz, Eve Ward, Mary M. Weaver. Thecustodian was William Lynas. At Linwood in the 1951- 52 years were: Ellis Horton, principal, Helen Benedict, Pearl Jackson, Marie Leisure, Thelma M ills, Leona Phegley, Fred Van Ness, Forest Woods. The custodian was Ora Lambert. At Washington grade school at that time was Adah Evans, the-principal. The teachers were Nina Garwood, Mary Hennegan, Agnes Nowlan, Dorothy Ray, Iretta Wimer and William Eherenman. The custodian was Chester Allen. And, of course, we have Edgewood. Carl Renner was the principal. Teachers were Martin Beavers, Josephine House, Dolores Parks, Mary Wershing, Jackqueline Smith. The custodian was William McGuire. At the South Elwood school Jennie Russell was principal. Teachers were Leone Baden, Ruby Dietzer, Olin R. Yount. The custodian was John Singer. At Red Corner-school Ruth Curtis was principal 30 years ago. Teachers-were Ruby Antrim and Lucie Etchison. The custodian was Richard Jordaa. .---. Included in the Pipe Creek Township schools is the biggest one at Frankton. Here at that time Robert E. Lee was the principal. K.R. Conkling was the assistant principal. Marguerite M iller was the clerk. The teachers were Emma Alspaugh, Mulford Davis, Carlotte Floyd, Linda Fox, Opal Hughes, James Hunter, Claralu Keever, Gordon Kirkhoff, Mildred Kimmerling.T. J. Marvel. The custodians were Robert Brown and Jack Cole. Marietta Parr, Almeda Rawlings, Erlynne Saathoff. Doris Shawhan. Gerald Smeenge, Meredith Twlford and Losha Wright. These names should being back memories to many of you readers. Some are now deceased. Others have gone on to other fields. Many have moved up in the field of education. . But to any of you who studied under their guidance, say a little prayer for their effort. Most teachers get little more than that for their dedication to their profession. (Nextarticle: Bekind tokids) SMILE Elwood Dthte-In SATES CPEM AT l:C9 SXSWTISEITMO A Ummmmmmmari III l'MHII I IPP HOOSIER CONVICTED ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) A federal court jury has convicted a northern Indiana man of possessing 13.2 pounds of cocaine with the intent to distribute it. Charges against 9 companion were dropped. Prosecutors said Terrence Marshall, 40, Hobart; Ind., landed a twin-engine plane containing the narcotics at Herndon Airport in Orlando April 6. Marshall was convicted Tuesday. The government's case against James Buchanan, 44, Rio Hondo, Texas, based mainly on statements he made when he was arrested with Marshall, was dismissed. E'.'ooJ Theatre list nm ALL SEATS '1.25 BSSXSCKIATMS SX3WSAT7:C9t!:82 (HUE to FIVE m STMTS FRIDAY KSSXSCrtlATMS SX3WJ IT 7311:25 WNJUSNEVS Spas WONDESIAND S HKLWUKKJS MONEY Elwood Exchange Club raised I453.M daring a promotion at the Elwood Lions Gob Home Show which is being donated to the Elwood Fire Department's Fireworks Fund. Al Johnson of the Exchange Club is shown here right as he makes the presentation of the check to fireman Steve Blair. Exchange Club spokesman said the club wished to thank the firemen for the many hoars of work they put into staging the fireworks display. (Call-Leader Photo) Daily report from the area ELWOOD POLICE At 12:38 p.m. Wednesday, officers arrested Jarold Cannon, 13, 1514 Glenview Dr., and charged him with curfew violation. Officers received a report at 5:13 p.m. that a bicycle had been stolen from a home in the 1800 block of S.HSI. Another bike was reported stolen at 10:35 a.m. from a residence in the 2500 block of S. BSt. Patrick K. Daulton, 17, Alexandria, was cited by officers at 7: 15 p.m. Wednesday for failure to stop at a stop sign. ELWOOD FIRE DEPARTMENT At 5:15 p.m. firefighters were called to the abandoned train station, S. B and 18th St., to douse a trash fire. Firefighters were called back to the scene at 9:30 p.m. when the trash was reportedly set on fire again. CITY COURT The following people recently appeared in Elwood City Court before Judge Calvin Clark. Court costs for traffic cases is $31, while costs for all others is $28. Paul Henson, 2325'4 S. H St., disorderly conduct, enters plea of guilty , fined $5. James B. Abbot, 500 S. 22nd St., public intoxication, enters plea of not guilty, trial date set for June 16. Timothy A. Smith, 2501 S. B St., two counts of false information, enters plea of guilty to both. Defendant fined $100 Instructors certified The Elwood YMCA Board of Management Chairman Mary Lee Janiak announced that three members of the Aquatics Staff had been certified. Those attending wthe workshop at the Ransburg YMCA in Indianapolis were Kim Champion, Skip Florea and Mike Robertson. Two cer-tifations were achieved by each of them. The first was a 10 hour basic leadership course. Topics covered were philosophy, public relations, YMCA Aquatics Program, mechanics of swimming, laws of learning, styles of teaching, safety, First Aid and CPR and basic lifesavings. The second 14 hour course was an instructors course. Covered subjects were topics such as pool operation, YMCA teaching materials, YMCA progressive program content, livesaving, stroke analysis, teaching methodology and recordkeeping. Champion, Florea and . Robertson in addition to being certified instructors are qualified life guards. They will be assisted by Krista Collins, a qualified Life Guard. NcwAttbUi ttArkti'i- -jV live bait Complete Ccr Cere Gasoline end No. 2 Diesel ARLEN'S at UNION 76 State Roads 13 & 37 South Elwood 552-7790 Mon.-Fri.6-7 Sat. 7-7 Sun. 8-5 I i mm -- -- - " X X ! I W7 vO II and is ordered to reimburse the Pipe Creek Fire Department for $100 and is to participate in the OAR- RE program. Sixty days in Madison County Jail suspended provided he is not arrested for any other offenses. Billy G. Payne, 1403 S. 25th St., intoxication, enters plea of guilty, fined $10. Lawrence A. Goodnight, 1611 N. B St., ' possession of marijuana enters plea of guilty, on the motion of defense, with the arresting officer concurring, the state moves that judgment be withheld, but that the defendant be bound over on his good behavior for a period of one year. Larry W. Maish, 1531 S. I St., check deception, enters plea of not guilty, trial held, found guilty, defendant to pay $25 to the Dollar General Store through the court. Also fined $2. Richard E. Pavan, Green Acres Trailer Court, exceeding the urban speed limit, entered plea of not guilty on May I. Failed to appear for trial May 24, fined $2 and court costs for failure to appear, June 2 changed plea to guilty, fined $15. Sam C. Fisher, 1933 N. E St., criminal mischief, battery and criminal trespass, pleas not guilty to all charges, trial date set for Aug. 11. , FIRE REPORT Elwood Fire Chief Jack v Tornado Boulevard and Sixth Denver and Lakewood just after 2 p.m. INDIANA Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms are possible oyer central and southern Indiana tonight Numerous thunderstorms are predicted for Friday as a weather system from the Plains approaches the Hoosier state. Administration Continued fromPageO Forum was meeting to discuss whether to back the president or Rostenkowskl and his committee. In other congressional action Wednesday: The Senate Veterans Affairs Committee voted to limit burial and dental benefits for veterans in order to meet congressional budget-cutting goals. Orestes studies water system By DONNA LYNCH Water rates for residents in the town of Orestes are expected to be increased some time later this year, but before then there are several steps that need to be taken. In the monthly meeting of " Leisure issued the fire report for May which states that there were 25 fire calls for the month and 36 ambulance runs. In the breakdown of the fire runs, there were eight commercial, 11 residential, two vehicle related runs, two grass alarms and two false alarms. POLICE REPORT The monthly report issued by the Elwood police department lists 35 juvenile arrests and 67 adult arrests for the month of May. In addition there were 18 property damage accidents and five personal injury accidents. Complaints totaled 703. The three department vehicles logged a total of 5,299 miles. WOMAN INJURED An Alexandria woman sustained minor injuries in an accident reported to MCPD officials at approximately noon Wednesday. Lucinda Conrad, 27, 117 W. Broadway, was taken to Community Hospital for treatment of minor facial injuries. She later was released. MCPD officers said Conrad was traveling southbound on CR100W. An oncoming vehicle was driven by William Wheat, 61, Rt. 2, Anderson. Police said Wheat was attempting a left turn into a private drive and drove into the path of the Conrad vehicle. Police noted Conrad's vehicle slid 80 feet before the collisison occurred.' Avenue between the town board this week. Otto Krohm from the certified public accountants firm of H. J. Umbaugh and Associates presented the town trustees with a preliminary study of the town's water accounts. Presently there is a minimum monthly rateof $4.50 . and Krohm informed the board that the increase should be no more than $2.50, making the monthly minimum $7. Orestes town- clerk Paul Taylor said that the increase in the water rate is targeted for improvements that need to be made to the town's system. Included is a new underground water storage tank, customer hook- up to lines that were installed in 1977 and new lines where needed. : The storage tank that is now being used has a gallon capacity of only 1,000 and the town would like to get a talk that holds between 3,000 and ULA PERRY HOLT Ula Perry Holt, 79. 406 S. 22nd St.. died at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Dickey Nursing Home after an extended illness. A native of Hobbs, she was born Sept. 28. 1901, the daughter of William and Sadie Ramey. She was married to Harold Holt, who survives and was a member of the Curtisville Christian Church. Surviving in addition to the husband, are three children, Mrs. Ruth Cain of Columbus, Miss Ruby Perry and William A. Perry, both of Greensburg; one step daughter. Mrs. Margaret Brown of Cullman, AL; six brothers and sisters, Mrs. Mabel Zerbie of Clearwater, FL, Mrs. Virginia Carnes, Mrs. Mary Poer and Thomas Ramey, all of North Vernon, Woodrow Ramey of Fountaintown and Dannie Ramey of Scipio; one grandchild, three great grandchildren and five step grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Curtisville Christian Church with burial in the Curtisville Cemetery. Friends may call from I to 9 p.m. Friday at the Copher and Fesler Funeral Home. Hospital notes MERCY HOSPITAL WEDNESDAY ADMISSIONS Andrea DeBonis, Frankton Carole Harper, Albany Judith Richards, Elwood - Linda Fry, Elwood Mildred Shaw, Elwood Adrianne Amick, Elwood Ralph McCord, Elwood . Mary Huffman, Frankton DISMISSALS Chester Reynolds, 1647 Main St. Thelma Moses, 2326 S. A St. Nellie Farmer, Alexandria Donna Sanders, Anderson -- BIRTH Stephen and Judith Richards, 2228 S. K St., a boy . TO MERCY Ralph McCord was taken from a son's home in Alexandria to Mercy Hospital Wednesday in the Copher and Fesler ambulance. TIPTON COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL WEDNESDAY YMCA SKATING GYMNASTICS Chet Jarrell of the Elwood YMCA announced that the following programs will be starting next week. For the beginning roller skater, a Learn to Skate Class will start on Wednesday, June 10 at 2 p.m. at the Funs pot Roller Rink on N. J St. The class will be taught by Delberta McCoy who is the 1963-1973 United States Senior Ladies Figures, Freestyle and Pairs Champion. The class is open to youngsters ages seven- 15. . Cost for the four- week class is $12 for members and $15 for non- members. Anyone wishing to enroll must register at the YMCA office at 1400 S. A St.byJune9th. Tumble Tots, a class for youngsters ages three- six will be offered at the YMCA on Monday and Wednesday from 3-3:30. This class teaches beginning tumbling and gymnastics starting with the basic movements. This class starts Monday, June 8. Cost for the four- week class is $10 for members and $15 for non-members. Beginning gymnastics for children ages seven- 13 will jESlaSS2 co::ditio::hi3 EACH ARE 1 1 0V POWERED WITH NO SPECIAL INSTALLATION NEEDED! 5,000 BTU : 269.95 8,000 BTU...; ...... 329.95 10,1)00 BTU.... 389.95 12,000 BTU... M79.95 We Sell The Best and Service All The Restl Bob's of BzqoJ, Inc. APPLIAKCf SALES 1 STXVIu dXTQ IDfOI STLVAMA I11VIIUT0I Mon,-M. 0-12, t-J Wednesday tB noon Saturday tl 12 PM JOHNPENTENBURG Graveside fcenrices for John H. Pentenburg. SO, of New Albany, who died Tuesday, win be at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Sunset Cemetery with Father Louis Heitz officiating. Friends may call at the Dunnlchay Funeral Home after 3 p.m. today. CLYDE E. FLEENOR Clyde E. Fleenor, IS, SIS N. 12th St., died Wednesday morning at Mercy Hospital following a brief illness. Born April 22, 1916, In Rocky Station, VA. be was the son of Pat and Cassie Mullweed Fleenor. He married Willie Mullins Oct. 20, 1934. She survives. He retired in 1971 from Anderson Mattress Co. and was a member of the Elwood Church of God. Survivors in addition to his wife, include two sons, James Fleenor of Elwood and Bobby Joe Fleenor of Alexandria; two daughters, Marie Fleenor and Mrs. Marvin ( Ruth) Coots, both of Elwood; three half sisters Betty Bailey and Ida Jones, both of Chicago, and Martha Dean of Ardena, OH; 13 grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren. Friends may call at the Dunnichay Funeral Home after 2 p.m. today and after 2 p.m. Friday. ADMISSIONS Donna Bagley, Kempton Jerrold Bailey, Kirklin Albert Baty, Kokomo Goldie Elston, Tipton Edna Miller, Tipton George Morelock, Indianapolis Floye Pryor, Tampa, Fla. Cecil Glen Rich, Kokomo Sarah Trout, Cicero y Nina Williams, Kokomo DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Belvia Bannon, Alexandria Divette Conaway, Tipton Myrtle Conaway, Tipton Minnie Davis, Kokomo Mary Elliott, Tipton Gerald Fearnow, Russia-ville Sherry Fisher, Sharpsville Beatrice Lahmann, Arcadia Maxine McGinnis, Tipton Donna Miller, Kokomo James Moore, Kokomo Judith Thompson, Kokomo Angela Ward, Tipton Martha Wood, Kempton notes also start June 8th from 1:30 2:15 on Monday and Wednesday. The cost for this four-week class is $10 for members and $15 for non-members. For the advanced gymnast, a class will be held in advanced gymnastics. This class will start June 8 and meets on Monday and Wednesday from 2: 15 - 3. The class will run for four weeks. Cost for this class will be $10 for members and $15 for non-members. Anyone interested in enrolling in these classes should stop by the YMCA office. The YMCA is a United Way Assisted Service. Church notes MONROE FELLOWSHIP REVIVAL A revival featuring the singers, "The Sunshine Trio" will be held June to 14, beginning at 7 p.m. each evening at the Monroe Fellowship on West Monroe St. in Alexandria. The public is invited to attend. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home with the Rev. George Morrisett officiating. Bunal will follow In Elwood City Cemetery. RONALD GARBUSCHEWSK1 Graveside services for Ronald Garbuschewski, 39, of St evensville, MI. will be at 1 : 30 p.m. Saturday at the Knox Chapel Cemetery in Grant County. The Kerley and Starts Funeral Home in Saint Joseph UI, is in charge of arrangements. NETTNAMAYS Funeral services for Netina Mays, 73, Rt. 2. Jackley Addition, who died Wednesday, will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Dunnichay Funeral Home with the Rev. Al Covell officiating. ' Burial will follow in Sunset Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 7 p.m. today and after 2 p.m. Friday. Delta Theta Tau Sorority will meet at 7 : 30 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. MARY ANN ELLIOTT Mary Ann Elliott, Rt. 4, Tipton, died Wednesday at 1 :25 p.m. in Tipton County Memorial' Hospital after an illness of several months. Born in Bloomington, she was the daughter of J. H. and Sally Mariatt Scholl. She married Harry E. Elliott, who preceded her in death in 1979. Mrs. Elliott moved to Indianapolis in 1929, then to Stuart, FL in 1965. She had been a Tipton resident for the past two years. She was a member of the United Methodist Church in Stuart, FL, former president of the Alumnae Association of Kappa Kappa Gamma in Indianapolis, and a member of Psi Iota Xi in Indianapolis. A graduate of DePauw University, she received a graduate degree from the University of Wisconsin. Surviving is one sister, Mrs. Josephine Cross of Bellville, IL. Funeral services will be Friday at 2 p.m. in the Leatherman- Morris Funeral Home with the Rev. John Paul Jones and the Rev. Lynn Brookshire officiating. Burial .will be in Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis! " " " "'Friends may call at the funeral home from 4- 5 p.m. and 7 - 9 p.m. Thursday . $ Why not put some FUN in your favorite man's life with a FOR juris 21. - X7 MULTI-COLORED HELIUM FILLED DALLCCriS A thoughtful gift form guy wno YOU A FREE CZUYEXY in Elwood Phone E32-7IJ2 FRAMES & THINGS in and wammmJ j see us at 1514 NORTH A STREET (Enter off the Alley) KWOOO 532.7632 -f::xt- Tuo..r1. J p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sot, a.m. to 12 noon cm W2-2424 r: j rivinsrfTinri CUL 632-2424 FCX rsriECFCsriTisa (Continued on Page 12) V 424 Moin Street Elwood 552-7341 or 552-5W2,

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