The Tribune from Seymour, Indiana (2024)

a SEYMOUR DAILY Pot Yout Valentine today. we address on the subject of Gentlemen's TIES Styled by nationally, Open known makers as Till Arrow, Wembley, Regal, Tonight! and others! Since so many ladies elect to, give Ties- STEINWEDEL'S enjoy presenting super selections. All put up in beautiful gift. boxes. nothing else! They are in chosen with STEINWEDEL'S a garnish, gaudy or blah THREE OUTSTANDING GROUPS! $1.50 $2.00 $2.50 Mogadores, Moires, Knits, Wools, Baratheas, Satins and Twills.

They are all fine Tiesstrict masculine taste, selective care- (there isn't tie in the whole lot.) EXTRA! A great selection of fine well made Ties. Full length, resilient construction. 1. Since 1904 Seymour's ASTEINWEDEL SON For Greatest Men Store Boys Quality FIELD SEEDS CLOVERS Mammoth, Little Red, Alsike, Sweet Clover GRASSES Timothy, Red Top. Bluegrass LAWN SEED We carry only high quality seed See Us Before You Buy Cordes Hardware Co.

PHONE 87 SEYMOUR, INDIANA Chocolate Ice Cream TO MAKE POUR MOUTH WATER, BECAUSE IT IS MADE WITH REAL DUTCH PROCESS CHOCOLATE- -THE KIND WE USED TO GET. QUARTS AND PINTS TO CARRY HOME, AND IN DISHES AND CONES AT OUR FOUNTAIN. JONES DRUG STORE FOR A BETTER TOMORROW! All of us are looking forward to the Dawn of. that Tomorrow- to the Better Days of the coming year. A savings account carried with us will be a step in the proper direction.

If you contemplate buying home, refinancing or building when conditions permit, consult us about our various plans, including the Direct Reduction plan on which you pay interest only on the unpaid principal each month. Cooperative Building Loan Assn. J. ROBT. BLAIR, Secretary Office: West Second Seymour, Indiana Seymour National Bank Building HOW TO DO A FRIEND A FAVOR SOMETIMES GOOD FRIENDS LET YOU KNOW THEY ARE HARD PRESSED FOR CASH.

YOU CAN DO THEM A REAL SERVICE BY ADVISING THEM TO COME HERE AND GET WHAT CASH THEY NEED. AMERICAN SECURITY CO. 106 North Chestnut St. Phone 774. Owls Lose to Bull Dogs in Last Loop Tilt Shields Men Many Opportunities Ac Car lumbus Rushes Game -Only -Six Field Goals Columbus said prior to Friday night's game that it would be tough going to avenge the earlier season loss handed them by the Shields Owls, but maybe they would be able to do it for Hall.

They did it, and Hall helped, and it was without very tough going. The score was 38 to 22, Columbus, in a game that belonged to the Bartholomew county lads from start to finish while Columbus fans, who comprised the larger part of the capacity audience that even stood around the balcony walls, went wild. Coach Noel Genth's proteges started off with a rush and the score was soon 6 to 0 in favor of Columbus, with the Owls having missed two opportunities from the free throw line. The Bulldogs played excellent defense every step of the way, at the same time rushing the Owls at a faster pace than they are accustomed to playing. Score Tripled at Half.

A single field goal was the Owls' only score in the Arst quarter, which ended, 11 to 2, Columbus. Adding an additional three points before the Owls scored a- gain, the Bull Dogs continued to score until the count was tripled at the half: Columbus 18, Seymour 6. In the third quarter, the Bull Dogs continued their drive and scoring while the Owls missed shot after shot that should have counted. That period ended 31 to 14 in favor of Columbus. I In the last quarter, the Owls held Columbus to seven points while they made eight.

The Owls made only six field goals out of fifty-four attempts, while the Bull Dogs made fourteen out of only thirty-eight attempts. Columbus counted ten charity tosses out of twentyone tries while the Owls also made ten out of twenty-one attempts. Pete Hall, Columbus center, who has enlisted in the navy, played- most of the game, which I was the Owls' last conference contest. Early in the season, the Owls defeated Columbus, 29 to 27, on the local floor. Next Friday night, Seymour will close the regular playing season with a game against University High School, Bloomington, in the Shields gymnasium.

The summary: Seymour (22) FG FT PF TP Coryea, 1 2 2 4 2 2 Kroeger, 2 Keach, 3 3 Willey, 0 2 2 Kutch 0 Hyatt 2 2 Steinberger 2 Goddard, 0 0 Woolls 3 6 10 20 22 Columbus (38) FG FT PF TP. Herron, 1 3 2 8 Rager, 2 0 5 Hall, 2 Malson, 2 00 Alvis, 2 5 Henny 00 2 Scheidt 3 7 Stringer 0 3 3 Groves 0 0 0 14 10 20 38 Officials -Simmons, of Indianapolis and Hammond, of Shelbyville. Owlets Lose to Bull Pups 30-22 The Shields Owlets dropped one-sided game to the Columbus Bull Pups -in the preliminary at Columbus Friday night. The final score was 30 to 22. The local second team did not score a single point in the first quarter, being behind 12 to 0 at the end of that period.

After Mel Doup started the scoring 1 in the second quarter, the Owlets began to the basket and the half ended, 18 to 6, Columbus. The third quarter ended with the Bull Pups ahead, 21 to 16. Seeing action for the Owlets were Fox, Waggoner, Lucas, Schrier, D. Goddard, Doup, Hill, Weddle and Saffell. Ruddy Rascality Kingston, N.

Y. (P)-There'll be early "robins" aplenty in these parts. A Kingston man baited a trap with chicken feed; caught seventy-five starlings, painted their breasts red with his daughter's lipstick, and turned 'em loose, -MEN AND VOMEN IN SERVICE Private Gerald Graves, who bes street, has- left- for Fort Calif. to. report for duty.

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Isaacs, of Cortland, have received word that their son, Private Donald L. "Pep-) Issacs, who was inducted into the army December 5, 1944, now has the following address: Pvt. Donald L.

Issacs, A. S. N. 35965543, Co. 103 Rg.

B. N. J. T. Camp Joseph T.

Robinson, Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Issacs have two other sons in the armed forces. Sergeant.

Marvin Isaacs is stationed in Belgium. and Private First Class Marshall Isaacs is somewhere in the Pacific area. Gordon F. Ruddick, apprentice seaman, with the U. S.

Navy, is ill in a naval hospital with the measles, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Ruddick, West Tipton street, have been informed. Ruddick has the following address at present: Gordon Ruddick, Ward B-3, Area Q. U.

S. Naval Hospital, Sampson, N. Y. The Rev. and Mrs.

S. Wilson, of this city, have received a letter from their son, Robert Vere Wilson, seaman, second class, of the U. S. Navy, telling them that he is stationed somewhere in the Pacific. Wilson, whose wife and children live on Kessler Boulevard, had gone overseas the latter part of December and this is the first word received from him since he left the United States.

I Miami Beach, Fla. (Special to The Tribune) Lieutenant Eugene E. Crum, four, of Seymour, is at Army Air Forces Redistribution Station No. 2 in Miami. Beach for reassignment processing after completing a tour of duty outside the continental United States.

Medical examinations and clas. sification interviews at this post, pioneer of several redistribution stations operated by the AAP Personnel Distribution Command for AAF returned officers and enlisted men, will determine his I new assignment. He will remain at the redistribution station about two weeks, much of which will be devoted to rest and recreation. Lieutenant Crum flew fifty-nine missions as a B-25 Bombardier the Southwest Pacific theater winning the Air Medal with six clusters. He is the son of Mr.

and Mrs. Ernest L. Crum, 548 South O'Brien street, Seymour. His wife, Lois W. Crum, resides at the same address.

Mrs. Anna Rieckers, of Brownstown, has received word that her husband, Private Lynn Rieckers, now has an address in care of the Postmaster, New York N. Y. Pvt. Rieckers, who is the son of Mr.

and Mrs John Rieckers, Seymour R3, was stationed at Fort McClellan, Alabama, for his basic training. Mrs. Bertha Maschino, Sey. mour R1, has received the Purple Heart which was awarded, her husband, Private Joye G. Maschino, member an infantry, division, who was wounded in action in France November 27.

several pieces of French, British and German coins of various de- nominations, and, a German pocket watch and fountain pen. Pvt. Maschino, who is receiving treatment in an English hospital, has been overseas since Novem-1 ber, 1944, receiving his training in this country at Camp Fannin, Tex. Pvt. Maschino's parents, Mr.

and Mrs. Amos Maschino, Seymour R1, have two other sons overseas in the service; Corporal Orville Maschino, who participated in the Philippine invasion, and Seaman Second Class Avis Maschino, who is also in the South Pacific area. Corporal Delmar Speck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Speck, North Vernon R4, now has an address in, care of the Postmaster, New York, N.

Y. Cpl. Speck, who is with a field artillery division, was formerly stationed at Camp Cooke, Calif. Satiated St. Louis- (P) A sailor visited a USO center here in a recent stopover.

Elbowing her way through the crowd, a solicitious hostess inquired about his health. "I'm okay, but I have a slight sore throat," the sailor said. "Have you tried gargling with salt water," she asked. "Lady, you're asking me- -who's been torpedoed three times?" Newsy Paragrafs Mr. and Mrs.

Elvin Matthews, North Vernon R2, are the parents of a son, born Friday morning at Schneck Memorial Hospital. My. and Mrs. Howard Buchanan, North Vernon, are the parents of con Ton Howards born Friday Schneck. Memorial Hospital, Stoidt, who has been rereeiving medical treatment at Schneck Memorial Hospital, returned to his home, 420 Ewing Friday.

and Mrs. George Herrelson, Ridgeview, are the parents of a son, John Robb, born this morning at Schneck Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cohlhepp, West Sixth street, are the parents of a daughter, Janet, born Friday morning at Schneck Memorial Hospital.

Mrs. Harold Fish and infant daughter, Ewing R1, returned home Friday from Schneck Memorial Hospital where the baby was born recently. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinton, 329 Highlawn avenue, are the parents of a daughter.

Sharon Kay, born Friday night at Schneck Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Cletis Albert Seibert and infant son, Mill street, returned home Friday from Schneck Memorial Hospital where the baby was born recently. W. S.

Weaver, instructor of vocational agriculture in Shields High School, will receive his master's degree from Purdue University on February 25. Mrs. Charles Fox and infant daughter, of North Vernon, returned home Friday from Schneck Memorial Hospital, where the baby was born recently. Regular monthly meeting of the Seymour USO Council will be conducted at the center at 205 South Chestnut street at 8 o'clock. Monday night, it was announced today.

Wanda Faye Raglin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Raglin, 528 East Tipton street, underwent a major operation Friday night at Schneck Memorial Hospital. Private Rites Monday For Earl J. W.

Dieck Private funeral services will be conducted 10 o'clock Monday morning from the Dorsey Funeral Home, 3925 East New York street, Indianapolis, for Earl J. W. Dieck, age -one, 5954 Dewey avenue, Indianapolis, a former resident of Seymour. Burial Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis. Friends may call at the Dorsey Funeral Home after 2 o'clock this afternoon.

Mr. Dieck, who was born on May, 3, 1903, had worked three days of this week and became ill rather suddenly Wednesday. His condition grew worse until his death Thursday night, which came as a shock to his many friends here. Mr. Dieck, who was a graduate of Shields High School here, was an active member of the Indianapolis Chapter, Order of.

DeMolay, for several years, serving as chaplain. He was married in Indianapolis on October 5, 1929, to Wilna Tulley, who survives. He and his family moved to Indianapolis from Seymour about twenty -years ago. Austin Defeats Bears, 31 to 2 27 The Austin High School basketball team defeated the Brownstown Bears in a hard-fought game at Austin Friday night by the score of 31 to 27. The Austin lads came from behind in the last half to emerge victorious after trailing at the half period, 13 to 11.

The Austin team will oppose the Clearspring High School team at Austin next Friday night. Basketball Scores Jeffersonville, 41; Bedford, 29. Jasper, 41; Washington, 28. Evansville), 43; Bosse (Evansville), 4 42. Central (Muncie), 40; New.

Castle, 32. Batesville, 41; Connersville, 35. Shelbyville, 45; Washington (Indianapolis), 32. Madison, 37; Greensburg, 27. Southport, 31; Martinsville, 29.

Scottsburg, 50; North Vernon, 16. Franklin, 41; Rushville, 37. Wiley -(Terre Haute), 45 Greencastle, 41. University (Bloomington), 37; Ellettsville, 30. Bloomington, 33; Vincennes, 30.

Poplar trees are forbidden in New York City because the roots go to deep that they can disrupt water and sewage systems. COOPER PAYS CEILING plus EXTRA CASH if your car has radio. and heater and 10 good condition a come in or call us we'll be there. GUY M. COOPER MOTOR SALES CHRYSLER -PLYMOUTH PHONE 226 Authorized O.P.A.

Dealer you deal with handle all details. JUNIOR PUZZLE 58 50..49 3. 8423 .46 ,28 38 44 53 2. 37 92 NANCY'S PUPIL "He is awfully smart! he sits land listens to me read his lessons to him!" says Nancy. She is reading to him now and if you join all the numbered dots together, starting with dot number one and ending with dot number sixty, you will have a picture of this wonderful pupil.

Use your crayons on this picture. GENE MAJESTIC AUTRY SMILEY BURNETTE TODAY FINAL 2 "GIT ALONG LITTLE DOGIES" BIG BIONTON, PAL WOLF" HITS LAST "FLYING CADETS" PluS POPEYE" Starts SUNDAY MIDNIGHT PREVUE TONIGHT-11-P. M. GAY AND GLORIOUS! LOVE'N FUN! At The WORLD'S PLAYGROUND! ATLANTIC CITY Constance with MOORE News Events Brad Charles Jerry Technicolor Cartoon TAYLOR GRAPEWIN COLONNA Paul Robert Belle Comedy "The Plumbers" WHITEMAN GRAPEWIN BAKER VONDEI -FINAL TONIGHT THEATER, SEYMOUR "'Hopalong Enters" 3 DAYS ONLY "DUKE OF WEST POINT" COMMENCING SUNDAY CARY GRANT sensational The best the selling author novel of by How Green Was fut the Lonely now My the Valley screen triumph all America Heart" talking about! WIN ETHEL BARRYMORE Barry FITZGERALD JUNE DUPREZ REFINANCE We have a time-tried, safe and economical homeCome in soon financing plan that has and see how brought success to many THAT much money of your neighbors and and can save COSTLY friends. We will gladly worry we you with our help you own your home.

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