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Thursday, January 23, 2014 Page 3 i 110 YEARS AGO Anderson and Pearl Ward were January 24, 1904 business visitors in Chicago on By agreement with the temper-: :Wednesday. Dr. Kistler bought ance leaders of Boone Town- 500 lambs to feed and Bert An- ship, two of the club rooms that have been in operation in Royal Centre have been closed by the managers and members, and the temperance people are corre- spondingly happy. Ida Scott and John Hoover were united in marriage at the home of the groom Sunday evening. The bride is the daughter of George Scott, of the Possum Trot neighborhood, and is but 15 years of age. This fact caused the wedding to be post- poned last week, as the bride and groom, accompanied by the bride's father tried to get a mar- riage license at Winamac and the clerk refused to grant it be- cause of the young age of the bride. The consent of the father was given, but even then the clerk stood pat. A license was finally secured at Rochester and the wedding occurred. Mr. Hoover is the grocer at Possum Trot and is a man of consider- able age, having children much older than the bride. The affair has caused much comment in the Possum Trot neighborhood. Mrs. James Terrell gathered up a bobsled load of her lady friends last Saturday and took them out to enjoy a sleigh ride. The ladies enjoyed the occasion very much. The members of the high school enjoyed a pleasant time at the farm home ofJ.B. Mc- Crady, west of town, last Thurs- day evening. They chartered a big bob and all crowded into it. The class was chaperoned by the teachers, Mrs. Raber and Cloyd Hershey. The thief that walked offwith the horse of Mr. Tamm, of Fords Crossing, last week and was gobbled up by the Horsethief Detective Association in 20 hours thereafter, is now behind the penitentiary bars. He turned out to be Emmet Baumguarmer, a paroled convict and was rec- ognized by a guard who at once took him back to prison. 100 YEARS AGO January 23, 1914 The Royal Centre School Board was considerably an- noyed Saturday morning by the discovery that someone had smashed a skylight in assembly hall and ran his foot through the ceiling over the south entrance, all of which was done by some person in nailing a dirty rag, representing a pennant of the '14 class to the flag staff. This bit of mischievous fun will cost the board at least $25 in the way of repairs. Had the culprit fell entirely through the ceiling to the floor beneath there would be no speculation as to who did the deed. But there seems to be no way to locate the person. Milt Kistler, Dr. Kistler, Bert derson bought a car load of cat- tle. 90 YEARS AGO January 25, 1924 The gymnasium will be ready for the tournament which will be held on February 1st and 2nd. The flooring arrived here Thurs- day morning and we have a big force of men working. Again there is talk that two passenger trains will be taken off as of February 3rd. This is due to the fact that many people now have automobiles and those that do not, use the bus line for means of rapid transportation. While it is true that there are several passenger trains each way within the 24 hours, they are so bunched up that as they now run, they cannot be made convenient for the public. Sunday morn'rag about 6:20 fire broke out in the Dunn Garage at Logansport and to- tally destroyed the building and all of the contents, except 9 cars which were gotten out by Arthur Dunn and a couple assistants. The fire burned about 48 hours leaving nothing but a mass of ruined cars and a few upright pieces of the building. In all 143 automobiles were destroyed in the blaze. 80 YEARS AGO January 26, 1934 The new 1934 Chevrolet with "knee-action" wheels, 80 horse- power "Blue Streak" engine, streamlined body and an impos- ing list of improvements and re- finements is on display today in Royal Centre at the show rooms of Nelson Minthom, local Chevrolet dealer. The Boone Township Farmers' Institute will be held in the Royal Centre High School Audi- torium, on Saturday, January 27th. The program begins at 9:30 a.m. Lunch will be fur- nished by the local Home Eco- nomics Club. The afternoon program begins at 1"00 p.m. Elbert Dodt, recently appointed by the Governor, one of the two Cass County Crib Sealers, gives this newspaper a few of the facts concerning corn loans. Any producer having merchantable field corn husked and in the ear that will grade No. 4 or better may borrow 45 cents per bushel. The note matures on August 1 st and bears 4% interest and if the producer fulfills his agreement, the loan cannot be called before maturity unless the daily price or future price reaches 75 cents per bushel. The corn must be stored in cribs with good roofs and ventilation. In one of the most interesting ball games played on the local court this season, the Bulldogs defeated Lucerne 38-33 last Thursday night. High scorers cation, ated into Phi Kappa Phi, na- were: Remley, 16 for Royal President Eisenhower has tional honor society. Phi Kappa Centre and Burton, 14 for asked Congress to broaden the Phi recognizes and encourages Lucerne. law so that it would cover an ad- superior scholarship in all aca- Dr. and Mrs. C.B. Collins of ditional 10,500,000 workers in- demic discipline. Among those Texas will shortly be located in chiding farmers. The decision initiated was Kenneth Lucas, of Star City in the office of the late will come during this session, here. Dr. Washburn. As for benefits, a farmer who As the Girl Scouts start their had earned $200 per month on annual "Girl Scout Cookie 70 YEARS AGO the average would get $70 per Sales", Carl Cress, President of January 28, 1944 month on retirement at age 65, if the Royal Center Town Board John T. Rhody, son of Mr. and he were alone. If his wife were was presented with the first box Mrs. Millard Rhody has re- living, they would get $105. of Scout Cookies. ceived a commendation for out- standing performance of duty in 50 YEARS AGO 30 YEARS AGO the Pacific area, where he is a January 23, 1964 January 26, 1984 member of the U.S. Marines. In Principal Lester Parker states The Pioneer School Board and part it states: For outstanding that a meeting was held on Janu- the Pioneer Classroom Teachers performance on 7 December, ary 9th, of principals andAssociation have reached a ten- 1944. A Marine fighting plane coaches who will participate in tative contract agreement. De- crashed into the sea approxi- the Logansport Sectional Tour- tails of the contract were not mately nine miles from the crash ney, the last of February. Those announced pending the ratifica- boat base. The record shows schools which will play in the tion vote of the teachers and of that you, with two other enlisted new version of the Logan Sec- the school board. Teachers say men, were called upon to navi- tional are: Pioneer, Logansport, salary was not an issue in the gate your boat, in complete Cass, South Caston North Cas- contract dispute. darkness through a narrow chan- ton, Kewanna, Peru and North Friday evening about 8:30, a nel and around unchartered Miami. water pipe in the Royal Centre coral reefs to the scene of the The members of the Royal Jaycee Club Rooms over Lucy's crash. Enroute, your boat Centre Lions Club met Tuesday Restaurant here, froze and burst scraped a coral reef causing a evening at the Methodist Church causing water to run nearly an dangerous leak in the hull. for their regular monthly dinner inch deep over the floor of the Through constant bailing, you meeting and annual election of restaurant. A passerby noted proceeded to the scene of the officers. During the business water running from under the crash, rescued the pilot and re- session conducted by, President front door around 9 o'clock and turned safely to your base. James Kitchell, Lion M.W. notified the owners. As soon as Erwin Pufahl $3c, is spending House was elected to serve as the pipe was fixed, cleanup 15 days furlough with his wife President. Others elected to var- began. The restaurant was able and daughter in Logansport and ious offices were: Jim Barr, Mel to open on Tuesday morning. with relatives here. Johnson, Jack Seward, Merle Charles Hefiey, 51, of Logans- Word has been received that Nice, Tom Beckley, Earl Miller, port, has been appointed site Arthur Pufahl, son of Mrs. John Hinshaw, Fred Kennell, manager of Logansport's Indi- Bertha Pufahl, who is stationed David Hirt and Jim Stevens. aria Vocational Technical Col- near Norfolk, has been pro- President Kitchell introduced lege. Hefley, was principal of moted to the signal corps, two new members of the club, Pioneer Regional High School Word has been received here of Frank Smith and Earl Campbell. here from 1878-1983. the promotion of Miss Helen Kistler, daughter of Mr. and 40 YEARS AGO 20 YEARS AGO Mrs. Dwight Kistler to the rank January 24, 1974 January 27, 1994 of Sergeant. Members of the Royal Center The rural home of Brock and 60 YEARS AGO January 22, 1954 We are due to save a little in taxes by the 10 % cut in Federal tax, and the elimination of World War II surtax. Both went into effect January 1 st. During the past week we have had zero weather and almost spring like weather. We had a million dollar rain on Wednes- day. Farmers are surely needing it. Miss Marie Hatch, 19, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hatch, of this city, has enlisted in the Women's Army Corps for a period of 2 years. She will take her basic training at Fort Lee, Virginia. Miss Hatch is a graduate of the local high school, graduating with the class of 1953 Word has been received by friends here, that the school Principals of Randolph County, Indiana, are honoring the late Ralph W. Johnson, by dedicat- ing a scholar ship to his mem- ory. Folks here will remember that Mr. Johnson was Principal of the local school for a quarter of a century. He was a man of great stature in the world of edu- Lions Club will be on call to Donna Courtice was destroyed pick up old newspapers in town by fire Monday morning in the this Saturday. Those having at pre-dawn hours. Royal Center, least 50 pounds for pickup are Lucerne and Logansport Fire asked to phone a member of the Departments responded to the club and someone will pick it fire about 1:00 a.m. and found up. Many hundreds of pounds the roof ablaze. Firefighters re- have already been delivered to mained on the scene for over the Rea Park Pavilion, and Sat- three hours and were recalled urday will be a day to pick up about 7:00 a.m. when the fire from residences where the peo- rekindled. It is believed that the pie have no way to deliver to the fire started in the chimney area. park. The Pioneer Junior High Co- Army Private First Class Ivan Ed Swim Team (grades 5-8) re- W. Liming, 20, son of Mr. and cently competed in the Mrs. George W. Liming, Rensselaer Invitational Swim- Lucerne, re-enlisted for six ming & Diving Meet. Pioneer years in the army while serving won first place to take the cham- with the 3rd Armor Division in pionship and knock Rensselaer Germany. out of first place for the first More than 100 students at time in 10 years. There were six Kansas State University, Man- schools competing. hattan, Kansas, have been initi- Friday 2-6 pm Saturday, Sunday & Holiday Mondays 1 I :00 am - 6:00 pm or by appointment /'ee We arc located just Norlh of State Road 16 hall\~av between l.uceme and Rovat Center. 7540 N f ountl' Road 350 tl 5 74-889-2509 , ;'