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Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana • 8

Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana • 8

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4 4 Lafayette journal and couribk Today and Tomorrow 'K a IW! Comedy Two Masters International News 1 (Coluin WEAN 1 DELPHI be 1 Dorwiri Studio 1 506 Main Street 4 Merry Christmas LW MERRY SEVENTH CHRISTMAS i 4' i MH hEPOPUL AR SToplL aKORTY i ff WTIC wo WUN WDAir iS Continuous 1:30 3:00 5:00 7:00 9:00 Prices 10c 25c 35c RUTH OILS REPORTERS KMOX WTAU WOR WUA WTWJ WRV A smashing drama of primi tive passions spangles' and jewels "told in a setting of magic charm and bar banc beauty Mrs Coolidge Home 4 Sa 4 ''V be prepared for the holidays leave your order for photos now at the i awake for several weeks has re precipitate ohangos or Journeys The of Christ betas Continuous 1:30 to 11 Prices: Matinee 10c 25c 35c 4 Night 150 30c 40c WJAR war wow WEBC WMC KSTP Couriers McConnell and her escort disap 'll i TDAMCinrCll ii vnoivLiM Yellow Cameo amt a HAPPY NEW YEAR el a Xk4 tkaMfi O4 4 9MUvOlOU VU VUMI UVWGIO neia nere ar russaay at Drawn' from Man st Eye Presbyterian church Rev rnNn wi officiating1 XBurlal wilt a JunraV nX'LXf be made at New Buffalo friends splinter of steel five eighths ar reauestedto omit flowers ishing You All ew A ON THE AIR Program eatures 6:30 NBC System Roxy and an Ten Dancing Christ tnaa Eves Richmond in Old Virginia" Ottawa Oratorio "The liessiab 8:00 Philadelphia "Christmas Eve in ranco" WCCO Mpls St Paul Con certina Orehentia 8:30 NBC Real olks ir NBC (WEAK) Motors Party Columbia Vi taphono Hour 900 WPG At lantic Citv "Chrlst mag Eve Down on the Columbia loke 10:00 Christmas Carols Di Cadman A 1045 WSB Atlanta Cantata 35 voicehoir I 1 1 Culumbla Tlie Carolers WLWL New York Midnight Mass Paullgt Choristers (NBC) WHAM KYW KWK I WEA WEST WC8HAVON WDA WLIT With grateful acknow( ledgement of your cour tesies and 'good will that have njade service a plea sure us we wish you aChristmas4 of great Joy i and Year of Hap piness and Prosperity i 4 Be Sure to See Paper for 470urAnnual v's'v Pre Inventory Sale of Womens iner Winter Apparel Duo Dlsos WBZl YV I VV Gypdes a WWJ WCAB WTAM mr I rfiwtiAV 4a nr KVlnnihlt WOR WQAU WMAC WEAN WBL i WUAU'iWilAV WAMUWXRU WMAQ KMO KMBC W8PD WLRW WMAL WGL A complete check of hotels taxi cab companies railroad stations and airports in Ogden and Salt Itke Cityjfailed tonight to reveal any trace got either the girl or the man her from oan rrancisco It waabelieved that Miss Mc Connell and Meeker may have come to Ogden intending to meet the Omaha aviator who piloted the plane which carried Dr Meeker from Omaha to Reno Nev It was determinedjtonight that the Omaha plane had appeared at airports hero or 'in Salt Lake Perry Henderson Dies at Goodland 6poUl to Journal and Jorler 5 OOODLAND Ind Dec 2S Perry Henderson 41 died un expectedly at his home here about 2 o'clock Sunday morning of flu complications He was a son of Robert and Ella Henderson and was born in where his entire life had been spent On December 8 1909 i he united in marriage with Goldie Helstand Surviving are the widow four children Alice Louise Earl and Ralph: the mother Mr Ella Henderson and five brothers" Ed ward Henderson Goodland Rob ert Henderson1 Emmettsburg Io wa John Henderson Omaha Neb rank Henderson St Johns Mich George Henderson Wolcott Ind 4 uneral services will be held at 10:30 Wednesday from the Goodland Presbyterian church' of which lie was a member Special to Journal end Courier Z1' DELPHI Ind' Dec Richard Haugh a senior at Notre Dame university is spending the Christ mas vacation with his mother and brothers in Delphi 1 Jason Been who was at the sanitarium at Battle Creek Mich has returned to his home in Del phi for the Christmas holidays Mr and Mrs Pau! Calvert and little daughter Roberta Jean of Wayne arrived in Delphi Sun day 'to spend the Christmas holi days Mr and Mrs Woodson Thrasher and Mr and Mrs Oscar Bays of Solsberry are visiting with the daughter Mrs Lawrence Pletcher and family in Delphi Mr and Mrs Allen Wagoner of south of Delphi have returned home after a visit with fi lends in Oklahoma Mr and Mrs Wilson who tor several weeks at the home of Mr and in Deoanon SvjR and others wnue tne tatter were on a trip to The carolers (Columbia) I lorida have returned to their wcau wnac wfan wean home in Delpht' wx a nrn a tab a rr OAA vv 4A WGHP WMAQ KMOX LUV Monday Evening December 24 1928 Because We Arei riends! A MERRY CHRIf TM AfS TODAY Vi Tuesday Wednesday rUiMJ Xu VYlSi JmH'C Ama Is of an inch long was removed by means of electric magnet treim the eye ball of Henry Nollemploye of a ond du Lac machine shop here' yesterday Doctors who per formed the operation expected to restore vision to the eye Motorcyclist By the Associated Presel GARY Ipd Dec 23 Ronald Soldner 28 was fatally hurt When his 'motorcycle collided With an other on which his brother Henry Soldner was riding The two men working for the same firm were delivering Christmas packages Ronald's neck was broken' while Henry escaped' serious injury Dies in Hospital WINGATE Ind Dec Parker died 2 of heart trouble at Woodmere i hospital at Evansville at 11:30 Saturday He wa a retired carpenter and a resident of Wingate prior to his removal to Woodmere several months ago Surviving are the widow and a son Claude Parker of Chicago Apoplexy Claims Alma Atherton Mrs Alma Atherton mother of: Mrs" Russell Siegfried? died at the family: home 3131 North western' avenue Indianapolis Sat urday as the 1 rsult of a stroke of apoplexy5he was a former resident of North Judson and was the wife of Thomas Atherton who served as president of the board of town trustees of North Jud son and was president of the North Judson Packing Creamery Co They moved to Indianapolis sev eral months ago Mrs AQierton was born in Cary HL but spent most of her life in North Judson She was active in church work and actlvitiesXof the Eastern one time she was president of the club and the Ladies Aid tn North Judson She attended the St Paul church wile in this city Besides the husband survivors are three daughter Miss 1 Alice Atherton a student at Washing ton high school Mrs Knachei of Indiapalols a son Atherton of Newark a brother rank McNett of Chi cago a sister Mrs A Schuy ler of North' and two grandsons Thomas David Sieg fried of Mulberry and Phillip Atherton Knachel of Indianapolis uneral services will be conduct ed at the residence by Rev Elmer Jones pastor of St Paul church of Indianapolis at 1 Monday afternoon a Burial in Crown Hill cemetery John A Nelson 1 "4 1 laken by Death John A Nelson died at 8 Sunday morning at St1 Elizabeth hospital of cancer He was boro in 1862 In province Smaland Sweden and came to the United Statea when six years of age Tho family settled at Paxton Ill where he lived until November J889 when he was united in marriage to Segrld Anderson of Lodi Ill He resided there until 1916' when be moved td "Lafayette Since coming here he had beenemployed as a cement worker by A Kemmer Surviving is his widow'1 a Mrs Edward Kies of Lodi Ill' and a son Ed ward Nelson also of LodL The body was removed to the Rogers Smith funeral home from where funeral services will be conducted at 3 Wed nesday afternoon Burial will in 'Springvale cemetery WINGATE WOMAN TAKEN BY DEATHSpecial to Journal end Courier! WINGATE Ind Dec Mrs William Murphy 76 died at 10:80 a today at her residence two miles east of Wingate following a long illness JJer maiden name was Martha' Lennox she united in marriage with William Murphy on (Dec 18 1881 Sur viving are the husband and a step son Ora Murphy She was a' member of the church at Elmvale where funerals services are to be" held Tuesday at '10 Burial will be made 1 in the New Palestine cemetery i TorSy Tomorrow Wednesday ODELUJlmL Dee 23 A iargt barn on the Snawneo Mound larm ou nod by Mrs Emma hawthorn and operated by Bruce Bowman was destroyed by tire about Saturday night together with the contents consisting of grain' cattle hogs horses tractor truck and Corn picker Origin of the fire is unknown and the las is partly covered by insurance The Bowman family had returned from Lafayette a short time before the fire was discovered Coolidge Makes Duty On Onions Stronger WASHINGTON Dec Presi dent Coolidge yesterday issued a proclamation increasing the duty on onious from qnc cent tb one and one half cents a pound1 TODAY of the Uulucll ii cal also COMEDY Haute Saturday They will bring i ing' state normal to spend he holidays with his father Mrs Bennett Will have Monday for Connesville to spend Christmas with her daughter Mrs Ralph Patterson Airs Ray left Saturday for Evansville where she will spend Christmas with her niece Mrs Martha eharry and Alisa Mattie Nokes are both recovering nicely from their recent timers Mr and Mrs George Perri' spent Thursday in Danville Mr and Mrs Thomas Pu rd Of near Aylesworth were shopuins in riday Young manager of th Attica Eiectnc 'company Iff con fined to his home by illness Mrs rank McDermond Si is ill suffering from an attack of the flu wl ar a xuaujniv xujuivu in a Texas Wreck By the AMociated I rew HOUSTON Texas Dec The Post Dispatch was Informed to night that 16 persons were eriously injured and scores of others Blightly hurt when the Sunshine Special southbound passenger train was derailed near Palestine Texas late today" Steel of Inch' Lon CHARLIE CHASE 5 ALSO' fox Topics 1 4 u' ir I i EBE DANIELS WITH NEIL HAMILTON WILLIAM AUSTIN The Stars Say or Tuesday Dec 25 By GENEVIEVE KEMBLE dODAT the heavens are telling I the glory jot the Lord with her gracious majesty Venus enthroned oa the regency of the Wes It is claimed that She was the Star of Bethlehem pointing the way of the Wise Men to the of newborn Today she rmee in undisputed splendor shed aing love joy and 'barmony on all hnmn feetivitiea it is suggested that care be exercised is traveling Those whose birthday it is are on the threshold at a pleasant and harmonious year wjtb many pleas urea and 7 gratifications Withal it is admonished that pmcau day tlon be taken uj traveling and tbsi time there be no suddep rushes into hazardous situations A child born on this" day may have qsaoy graces and BccorapUshments but may 01 HTfll IIITft TUTT 1 au nwa intt VRir iiir Ihr viu rn Contents Burn JU I KI rivt Rnt MLLLIJi HOLLY Mich Dec ive persons were killed one injured seriously and another burUallghtly this morning when their 'motor car careened into 'a ditch and crashed into a tree alwut five miles south of here Tfie dead all of lint Jacob "Alder 21 Christopher risorge Jr 20 Charles Rada 27 Adam Wolbert 21 and Mlsa Kva Derocher 17 Earl Vellalre 23 suffered a skull fracture Zolton Shepse 34 driver of the car was the only member of the group to escape serious injury or fleath The party was returning to ruufuoni a aaucu nail uear me spot where the accident occurred Shepse was held by police MONTICELLO MAN1 DIES IN CHICAGO MONTICELLO Ind Dec Malone 80 former resident of Monticello died at 12:65 a tn today at the home of his daugh ter Mrs Clayton Miller in Chi cago uneral services will be KolH hesro 9 rt 'itAeAav at Mr andMrs Shaffer and family accompanied her to Delphi for a wim xeia uves Harry Brewer of Delphi who Jias been traveling for several inonins nas returned nome ana is assisting in his shoe storeduring the holidays Charles Slaybaugh of Coch rane Cal 1s visiting until after Christmas with Mrs Agnes Smith and family Mrs Manker left riday for Red Oak :1 Iowa where she Ms visiting her parents over Christ mas Rev Manker and their chil dren remained in Delphi 1 rank Bibbins superintendent of the water works is still seriously ill at his home tn Delphi Paul Meador and family of Pyr mont have moved to a farm near Mulberry Miss Jane Lamb of Indianapo lis will spend Christmas with hei sisters in Delphi 1 I Dies Tn Terre Haute Robert Rrickler 67 died at hit home fn Terre Haute Satyr naa peen in for some Surviving are the following sis ters: Mrs' Belle Milter of La fayette Mrs Julia Rader West Union HU and Mrs lorence Setters Terrs Hants Mrs Condm and Mrs Gorls of Lafayette and Mrs Emma Draper of Chicago are nieces uneral services were conducted at two Monday afternoon from the home 1300 Holman street Terre Haute afternoon Rev Dale LeCount of the Delphi Presbyterian church officiating On 'Wednesday the body will be taken to Beloit Wls for Interment WJAR WLTT WTAC WOR WCAK WTAM WTMJ? KRD KVOO WAA" KPRC WOAI WBT WJAX WJZ WBZ WLW rCbristmas WMA I WNAC wean wfbl wmak WJA8 WADC WGHP WMAQWSPD KMBC WHK WLBW Noel WRC WWJ KO WAA JOHN SPERB 1 i ft S' 1 vV Also 5 w' aw gri a Adella Eenjamin JNEBRO HELD OB i i TTIIPUrD'C nrimi By the Associated Press) CARMI Ill Deb Hoyt Me Murray negro hotel porter sus pected of slaying Anna Preher school teacher was held secretly in an out of town jail today by White county officials openly in fear of mob violence The body of Miss Preher a 5 year old spinster was found in her cottage riday after 'an at tempt had been made to bum the house and destroy her body Her throat had been cut A fund of 8 which she had collected as secretary and treas urer of the White county institute was missing McMurray was arrested at Paris III yesterday and was found with37 on his1 person 323 in 31 bills He denied knowledge of the crime said he fled from 'Carmi when' he learned he was under suspicion Chief of Police Clarence Ripach said today the negro has not changed his story A bloody coat was found in his home and Mc Murray said he had used it some time ago In butchering two: hogs He insisted that he was in Me monee Ill at the time of the slay ing Carmi police said the bloody coat would be subjected to a chemist's analysis viv3viiiw jxi cijdL urrji ox the negro prisoner said his son was at home for a few hours ri day night He' told the police that he and his wife called their son into their bedroom and told him he was suspected of the murder The Son 'denied any guilt be de clared and left the house sat 6 o'clock yesterday morning Lh 5 JU i 1 1 11 I Illi 1 By the As eisted Press) UENO Dtc 33 Ruth McCon nell who a mysterious trip to'u New 'Yoik last week to San raiicitco 'departed from Reno last night on the Gold Coast limted bound for Indianapolis She was accompanied by Dr David Meeker who followed the young woman' to' San rknclsco by air plane The two euiiiH here from San Tane'sco yesterday by piano ship used by Meeker in his 'flight westward 'Bohan Omal'a vas the'pllot 1 VANISH IN OGDEN 7 OGPEN Utah Dec Miss Ruth McConnell who led an I tn promptu trans continental race last week an Overland limited train and an airplane from Orpaha to' San Eraricisco detrained Jiere this afternoon and disap peared She was accompanied by a man believed to be Dr David Meeker who followed her weat last week They left San rancsisco yesterday enroute os tenslbly to Indianapolis When she stepped from the train her 'rescort who refused to talk and kept a soft hat pulled rlnwn nvoi hisi ovdu Mies 'rfs nell was greeted by a group of newspaper men She said she came nere to meet tier mother VYou boys see If you can her and then I'll tel) you all about she promised While reporters were oblig ingly calling Ogden hotels for Mrs Henry McConnell the mother Miss Is Death Victim Miss Adella Benjamin a rest dent Of Lafayette tor 45 years died at 6:15 Sunday morn ing at the home of Wesley Wells 1102 North Tenth street where she had made her home since coming to Lafayette Miss Benjamin was born at Basin June A She was a lifelong member Of the Methodist church and on coming to Lafayette joined mem bership with the Old Ninth Street 'church and continued 'her memberships with the same con gregation In St M' church Surviving is one sister residing dn Colorado uneral services will be conducted at St My church at 8 o'clock Wednesday afternoon Rev Kessler and Rev Gy Reedy will otfleite Pri vate burial will be in Greenbush cemetery and friends are re quested to omit flowers John Morinsky Expires Sunday John 60 years a resident of Tippecanoe county died at 6:80 o'clock Sunday Evening at the family home on the South ourth street road Death Was due to the infirmities of age Mr Mor rinsky was 86 years of age In5ir1v Ufa wR Tn farm ing but had been retired for sev eral years 'Surviving are the following I Ijl mavi TrtcArt IT WitAnP nnfl Anthony Morinsky Mrs rank Miller 'Mrs John Toohey and Miss rances Morinsky all of La fayette Mr Morinsky was a member of St' Boniface Catholic church Baptist church Surviving are the widow a son WKu ui xuuiMiapvii09 auu i wren daughter Mrs Bessie Henke' of I faMAHa a i wwamK uneral services will be held at rWjAs wadc i the residence at 2 Tuesday vnt iiii irz iv 1 LUrtlx wnv WRC KSD KPRCV WHM WTAM ero WlUU WUAQ KYWe 9:00 1 Carol (Columbia) VCAU WCAO KMOX KOIL WMAU WO WO jn whas WCSH wcae wtam wow have? been 'staying rvt JA i 10:00 cprintmas Carols Dr Canman wrR Mptxe gr rVYlHY TV17! KlIK A VW RZ 1 4kUUi ft 1 a a 't 11:00 The carolers (Columbia) I rlorida have returned to their vnA8' I Mary Alice Myer' who Is attend KOID WHK lng college at Jacksonville' HL 1 came to spend Christmas with her father William Myer Mrs Stephen Hall who has been gHwIHySet1 tulfh fcan Xfta us MVS 6da)in Carcase pivstnlr Aged Resident of DelphiPasses On Special to Journal and Courier DELPHI Ind Dec rank Bibbins 78 died at 1:30 Sat urday at his home in Delphi after an illness of several months He hajd been a resident of this place about 80 years and was super intendent of the city water works The deceased was a1 Mason an Odd ellow and Knight of Pythias and a of the Vlflltlnff wltn Dfe dauffnter Mrs WASHINGTON Dec 28 Mra John Shaffer and family at Mish Calvin Coolidge to Wash awaka for several weeks has re ington tonight from Northampton turned to tter home at Pittsburg uaiw niiBitt niie (imu viaiuau uur mother uemira Goodhue who 188 DL aiWnplULXl A TTI A home rank Hagel who is attend AUIVA ing state normal to spend II ')ianftiiil ni i Special to Journal and Courier Ji ATTICA Ind The Attica Cvm vnunity Christmas tre gift dustrl ouuon tooK place a rtaay evening The weather was ideal and a large crowd gathered on Perry street to take part in frolic Santa passed out more than 8U0 sacks of candy with an orance and an apple lOr each child After the fun down town was over many ot the youngsters to the gym nasium where they enjoyed the basketball game between Atttcu and Jefferson of Lafayette Mr and Mrs Harold Me Daniel have returned home from Anderson for a few days visit with their 1 parents This young couple was married 'at Veeders burg December 3 The bride was formerly Miss Vivian Carr at At tica and the groom is the young est son of Mr and Mrs John Mc Daniel east of Attica 'Mr and Mrs McDaniel will return to An derson after the holidays Harold Vaughn who la attend ing the JBonsteid Art scnooi in De troit has arrived home for th Christmas vacation Charles Grolo is confined to his home by illness Miss Ruth Cowgill of Akron is here for a visit with rela tives in ountain and Warren counties Don Greenman went to southern Illinois Saturday morning to spend Christmas with friends Miss Bernice Hartz of India napolis' came Saturday to spend nhrlitfHfla with Mr' anA 'Mnl JL rank McDermond Jr Dewey Sanders Instructor in thn 1 University of Minnesota stopped 1 in Attica riday evening for a short visit Miss Ruth Swanj son and then went on to his home i tn Newport i A A Metzger and family will spend Christmas' with relatives in Lafay ette I Ralph Little of Pine Village was transacting business in Attica Saturday 1 porter Powell ofy East Chicago came home riday' 'called" by the death of his fatherThomas Pow ell of Williamsport Mr' rfnd Mrs Joseph Allenduff of Montana are hero for a visit with relatives The Allenduffs left Attica 14 years ago and have been operating a farm in Montana They have now disposed of thoir farm and expect to locate in Colo redo Mrs 'Thomas Groves of West Lebanon was shopping in Attica Saturday Mr and Mrs Merrill Hixon of Colfax came Saturday and will visit home folks until after Christ mas Raymond and Bobby Gene small sons of Mr and Mrs Dwight Ep person have been very i ill with the flu Miss Vieto Gavin left Saturday for to spend the Christ mas holidays with home folks Miss EvaWolf left riday eve ning for Camden Ind where she will spend the two holiday vacation with 'her father Miss Ruth Swansons left riday for Terre Haute where she will spend the Christmas vacation with her father and sister 1 Mrs Henry Bonney ot Reading Pa arrived Saturday' for a visit with her sisters Mrs Philips and Mrs Ralph Hoover 1 Miss Mildred Marshall of To ledo Ohio came Saturday to visit over Christmas' with her parents Mr and Mrs Marsnaji Naomi Campbell who has been working in Chicago arrived home Saturday evening to spend Christ mas with her parents Mr and Mrs Campbell and 'Mrs King of Newtown were in Attica Satur day Mr and Mrs James rash of near PJne Village were Attica vtsi Itors Saturday i V' Palin and daughters' Vcr i May and Crystal of Newtown were shopping in Attica Satuiday Mr and Mrs rank Shultz of Riverside were shopping In Attica riday Grace Anna Shewey ot ort Wayne is home 'for a holiday' visit with her mother Mrs Maty Shewey' Mrs MamleLTerriir wlll av second operation Monday at the St Elizabeth hospital at Lafayette for an infected jaw The infec tion11 was caused by a fall when Mrs Terrill was nine years old Mrs Lizzie Meadows who was foun'd unconscious at her home by her son about week ago is now able to sit up Mrs Meadows re ceived word riday "that she 1 is now a great grandmother son was bon) to Mr and Mrs Vosto peck of Chicago The mother Is a granddaughter of Mrs Meadows Miss Mary Emily Garret left Saturday for her home in Green castle Clifford Bain went Rockville Saturday i to spend the Christman holidays with his parents Dr N' Sanders left Sunday to spend Christmas' with his daughter and family at Rockford Illinois Mary Katherine Hagel and Eliz abeth euerstein went to Terre Because ve' are friends we wish 1 you from dur hearts real Christmas gladness whjpM will linger to cheer you throughout the entire New Year WA4 WHAM WNM U1 ixv 'f Tmi fin l4 'feAlftkVtaa Eves wor wnac wean nrou WMAIX WKRC WMAQ WGL "Voice of WBS1 wr iT wwj WVAA WHB KIW 1 i WOK WMAK Chci'i eatures 6:30 in World WEA WA4 WIIT Roxy ana XNBC) WBZ WBZA WHAM WJR W8B WBT W8M WBAL KWK WLC WMC WSM KOA vu in WBL WMAK wnr WEA WCSH WCAE KVpO WHAS WJAX 7 :30 1 WRI WKRC WGHP KMOX KMRC WMAL TVM1A wnt ir 1 tt ''0'1 VT MA Ml UU HAiU AUtomiiiiv i 1 i KDJU WJRWREN KO A A WTAG WOT WTIU WJAR WRC WMAK WGHP WHK 3 8:10 Vitaphono Hour (Colum DIR JlRtWOrKe Motor (NBC) EiEJlo ZVYJVV ni'A WIL WHAR WIN1 WMC Ral olks (NBC) WBZA WHAM KDKA WJR WK WKKNx VVHAI 4 WOR 4 i 9l 3 VI 1 I ij 'fe fci L1 tf 'Ik' I': 4 3 fi' 4 as ZJ L' 1 ihbt I zT'n'Ja 1 i4 I I Mini i wi rvln HI if i hrs lite A''1 ir1 1 I ST 1 4 7 4 'j 1 Il 1 i i nfc 1 K4! 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