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^^ (/ STANDARD Vol. XIII CARMEL, INDIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, ioai No, 24 COURT HOUSE LEGAL NEWS Nathan Mundy to James Mun- dy Land in Adams Tp., $5.00. Henry A. Roberts to John F. McCoy. Lot in Carmel, $4,000. Harry Morrow Trus. to G. L. gallery. Land in Wayne Tp , $125. Frank Laudig to Wm. Statzer. 50 acres in Washington Tp., $8, 500. Chamber of Commerce to Marcus Bowen. Lots in Noblesville $100. Henry Grission to Katie A- Roush. Lot in Cicero, $640. Frank Huber to Roy Heiny, Land in Clay Tp., $1.00. Roy Heiny to Frank Huber. Land in Clay Tp., $1.00. Roy Heiny to planch Huber. Land in Clay Tp.,.$1.00. Elihu Hawkins to Houstan Craig, Lot in Noblesville $6,500, Geo. Dawson to Orpheus Tal- bert et al. Lot in Westfield, $200. Cora Funderburgh et al to Geo. Dawson and wife. Lots in Westffeld $2,000. Frank Harris to David Garland Land in Wayne $1.00. Fred Moon to Hattie Moon, Lots in Home Place, $530. Issac Brown vs. Burney Moore tt al, complaint. Retta Gardner vs. Jacob and Nellie Smith complaint on note. International Harvester Co., vs. Ora B. Norris et al, complaint. Chas. Martz vs Burdick Tire and Rubber Co., complaint. Harry McCurtry and Daisy Eytcheson. Levi Wallace and Nellie Agers. Glenn Beaver and Lillian Pierce. Orla L. filler and Mary Fox. Jasper Lane and Myrtle Kring. Clifford Ward and Edith Gad- dis. Elmer Hoover and Mae Tarr. America Means Salvation to These Little Ones The Carmel tribe of Neversink Imp'd O. R. M. entertained the members their families and friends at a banquet at the lodge hall Thursday evening. Before the banquet the officers of the tribe for 1921 were installed. • The local lodge with its auxili- arys the Pocahontas and Hay Makers has made excellent progress since the lodge was institu- ed. It is thought a great gain in membership will result from a drive that will begin at once and last several weeks. M. E. CHURCH NOTES Revival Meetings wiil begin at the M. E. Chnrch Sunday Jan. 9th. Rev. Hoover will direct the singing each evening during the week. Song service begins at 7:15 and preaching at 7:40 each night. The cooperation of everyone, who cares for the best interest of the community, is invited. Plan to attend every service ossible, and work your plan. Victor B. Hargitt, Pastor. neral hauling; night or day, ^y?r service any time, Prices igbV^Iaine Willits, Carmel, Ind. The European Relief Council, which seeks to raise $88,000,000 at the Christmas season, has been formed for the purposjp of throwing the entire charitable energy of the United States Into the vltal"Task of• providing food and medical assistance to 8,500,000 children In eastern-and central Europe this winter. Representatives of eight great relief organizations, working independently, gathered overwhelming evidepce that the plight jof these unfortunates should take precedence In world charity until they are saved. The co-operating agencies which form the Council are the American Relief Administration, the American Red Cross, the American Friends' Service Committer (Quakers), the Jewish Joint Distribution -Committee, the Federal Council of the Churches of.Christ in America, the Knights of Columbus, the X. M, O. A. and the Y. W. O. A. . . . . >, GALL ISSUED Indianapolis, Ind., December,' 31- A call has been i3sued by the Republican State Committee, in session mt Indianapolis, for the re-organization of the city committees, the date being fixed as 1:30 o'clack Saturday, 2m. 15, -by the Oregon i^parcmeut'of State legistation which will offer the alternative of a $2,000 farm or home loan or cash compensation at the rate of $15 a month of service for veterans of the Wo*lv War, will be pressed 1921. A chairman, vice-chairman, secretary and treasure are to be elected at this meetings. Present city chairmen are charged with the responsibility of fixing a place for the meeting and issuing the call The city committee consists of the pre- cint committeemen who live in the muncipal boundaries. The primaries will be held in May and the officeres elected at this organization meeting will have charge of the muncipal campaign. A birthday dinner was given Mrs. Phobe Graves ax her home Sunday. A number of relatives and friends were present. A- mong the presents received was a box of organges from Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gwinn, of St. Petersburg, Fla., and other presents from friends who could not J be present. The day was en- joyed very much. Among the guests were: Mr. and Mrs. John Eubanks, Mrs. Sarah Eskew, Mr. and Mrs, Oas Sheets, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sheets and Miss Ruth, of Broad Ripple; Mrs. Glayds Mills, of Indianapolis; houses of the American Legion. 11 was decided at a recent meeting of the state executive committee of the Legion. The Legionnaries also voted to sponsor in the legislature a bill simular to the Japanese law of California, aimed to prevent land holdings by orientals in the state, when it was pointed out that the adoption of the California law caused an in* flux of Japanese into Oregon. A national poll of the members of the American Legion may be ordered by National Headquarters in the near future to determine''which plan members ; will choose in the event that the Legion four-fold bonus bill is passed by the Senate. The Senate Finane committee reported to the National legislative committee in Washingtou that this step might be necessrry to ascertain an estimate of the immediate expenditure which the bill's passage would call for. In an effort to alliviate the national saortage of employment American Legion posts in parts of the country have established employment bureaus for local former service men where induit rial establishments and business the community list Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Graves, Mr. their "help wanted" These and Mrs. Fred Graves and family post bureaus are operated free Mr. and Mrs. John Graves, Mrs. of charge and eligible to any vet- Jane West, Mr. and Mrs. Erank erans applicant regardless of Sink, I. N. Beeson and Mrs. Legion membership. Chester Sink. Mrs. Susan Booth guests Saturday Mr. had as her and Mrs. WE START YOU in the candy business at home small room, or Leland Gannon, of Detroit, Mich. :anyw^enreA^6™*thm« furnished Miss Elizabeth Booth, of Brazil, earn $30-°° widy' up; ™n-wo- who was a weekend guest re- ^en; experience unnecessary; turned Monday. Mrs. Pau]aavertise candy, Send self ad- is a!"re8sed» stamped envelope for free particulars. ASKING FOR E Christian, of Edinburgh, sguest during the week. , FOR SALE- Prairie State incubator, good as new, $15.00. Elijah Dawson, Rfd. L-2 Indianapolis, Ind. BON-BON CANDYMAKERS CO., Dealt A, Broad St., Philadelphia, Pa. Standard officv\ jo the place to buy films. \ f,'\ , k Adv. ? 'V, • '•Russel S. Williams of Hamilton was chosen chairman of Hamilton county organization by students from his county attending Indiana University to lead in the formation of a program for more public support of the education in Indiana. Chairman R. S. Williams is a Law Student at the University and is active in student affairs. Indiana University and the other states instutions are asking for sufficient levy to'enable them to keep pace with the forward movement in higher education and give the best instruction possible to the students. In the past few years the states surrounding Indiana have broadened their support of the university and because of this the best members of the faculitibs of the state educational instutions in Indiana have been attracted * - way from the Hoosier state. , regain their position in ecuca- tional circles Indiana's schools of higher learning must have more liberal public support. . All the state educational instutions in Indiana are cramped for class rooms and need more equipment. Enrollment has in creased a larger percent and the funds of the state educational in stations, liidiaiia, Pur~du*, "and State Normal have not been su fficicnt to permit building new class rooms or renewing their eq- uipement and the adding of the latest developments. Surrounding states supported universities have budgets as high as three times as much as the Indiana institutions. Other Hamilton county students chosen in the organizations R. C. Randall vice-chairman, and Vern K Harvey secretary. This committee will have charge of the school program in their country.'' Miss Mabel Henley, of Indianapolis, who has been visiting for a few days, at the home of her great uncle George W. Manlove, returned home Sunday evening. Other guests, at the Manlove home, Sunday, were; Mrs. Elda Boone and Mr, and Mrs. Dale L. White of Zionsville, Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Henley and Mr. and Mrs. Homer Henley of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Conard and daughters Misses Lena and Vera of Eagle Creek spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Lee and family. Mrs. Lee's mother who has been visiting, here for several weeks accompanied them home. Richard Doan, of Mt. Carroll, 111., formerly a Iteacher here, spent several days here the past week, while here he was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoskins and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Branson, of Indianapolis, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Branson. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Laudig, of Indianapolis' spent Friday the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arland Harvey. John Harvey visited his children at Indianapolis during the week end. < '-4 THE JANUARY George Daubenspeck, mama- ger of the Union Telephone Co., is issuing a new telephone directory this week from the preBs of the Carmel Standard. Manager Daubenspeck has been exceptionally careful in making corrections and asserting addional names in the directory with a view to have a directory absolutely up to date as far as it is possible. Attention is called to all patrons to the fact that Mr. Daubenspect has now so many phones installed that it makes it necessary to call by number not by name. If you call by name, the-operators are liable to make a mistake and to baveexcellent unimpaired service call by numbar only. Be sure anduse your directory. I i,[ Daubenspeck should be highly complimented on the January directory as he has given a great deal of time to its preparation. y K parent teachers meeting at the school house Friday evening will be addressed by Judge Cloe of Noblesville. All are invited. Norris Cottingham, of Noblesville, was a Sunday dianer guest oJJpaul.RandaJL ^ The pulpit of the EriendsThu- rch is filled each alternate Sunday by Rev. Carter of Noblesville and Rev. Lindley Reagan, of Bakers Corner, in tee absence of the pastor Rev. Albert J. Brown who is in Germany, Four young men have been chosen to be superintendent of the Gray Sunday school eaeV ' serve three months.. ,> They «► Raymond Myers, Emmet W ~ Paul Randall and Willard Hola day. This is a new scheme and is creating a new interest in the school and neighborhnod. Mrs. Emmett Wise received a beautiful piano Christmas from her parents Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stanbrough, of Westfield. The young people of White Chapel will give an entertainment at the library at Carmel, January 15. All are invited to attend. The entertainment begins at 7:45; Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Moore and daughter Miss Mary have returned to their home in Connersville, after a few days visii with Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Willits and family and other relatives and friends The W. C. T. U. will meet at the Librarv next Thursday Jan. 13, at 1:30 o'clock. A good pro- i gram is being prepared as it will; be a Mothers day, Everybody cordially invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Applegatt and family had as their dinner guest Friday, Thomas Bedwine, of Oxford. Mr. and Mrs. Arland Harvey had as guests Sunday, My. and Mrs. Earl Stewart. Miss Sue Laudig is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Stewart, of WeBtfirld. WANT TO BUY-3000 second whole brick. Phone 3214.
|Title||1921-01-07 Carmel Standard|
|Serial Title||Carmel Standard (Carmel, Ind.)|
|Volume & Issue Numbers||Vol. 13, No. 24|
|Description||8 p. ; 48 cm.|
Hamilton County (Ind.) -- Newspapers
Carmel (Ind.) -- Newspapers
|Publisher||Indiana Associated Weeklies (Carmel, Ind.)|
|Owning Institution||Carmel Clay Historical Society|
|Digital Publisher||IUPUI University Library|
Hamilton County History
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