Lake Maxinkuckee Its Intrigue History & Genealogy Culver, Marshall, Indiana

Logansport Snipets 1917  







Miss Sue Blassingham is visiting at Maxinkuckee,' a guest at the W. C. Routh cottage. Logansport Pharos-Reporter SATURDAY, July 7, 1917



The Culver Military Academy has one thousand students for their summer school. Logansport Pharos-Reporter SATURDAY, July 7, 1917



Mrs. J. D. Ferguson was down from Lake Maxinkuckee for the day. She returned this afternoon with Mr. Foskett. Logansport Pharos-Reporter SATURDAY, July 7, 1917



Mr. and Mrs. Bert Kilborn and Mr. and. Mrs Roy Hildebrandt left today for an outing at Lake Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Reporter FRIDAY, July 20, 1917



Mrs. W. S. Richards is pending a few days at Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Reporter SATURDAY, July 7, 1917



House Party at Lake Miss Katherine Crlsmond ot Bast Broadway, has as her house guests. Miss Katherine Himmelberger of Cape Girardeau, Mb. and Miss Pa ulina Byington of Farmingtpn, Mo. Miss Crismond. Miss Himmelberger Miss and Miss Byington left today for a house party at the Himmeiberger cottage at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Reporter Tuesday, August 21, 1917



Annual Picnic The annual picnic of Bridge City division. No. 17 L. A. to O. R, C. will be held at Ltake Maxinkuckee, Wednesday for all day. Ladies will leave here on the morning train and spend the day in picnic fashion. A picnic dinner will be served at noon. All are invited to come and bring well filled baskets. Logansport Pharos-Reporter Tuesday, August 21, 1917



Mrs. Elizabeth. Reynolds of 422 West Market street, has returned from Lake Maxinkuckee, where she spent a week at the Mrs. S. A. Fisher cottage. Logansport Pharos-Reporter Tuesday, August 21, 1917



Mr. and Mrs. Will Shaver and son Paul , have left for Bake Maxinkuckee for a few days outing. Logansport Pharos-Reporter


Miss Florence Greensfelder, Walter McGinnis and Frank McHale spent Sunday at Lake Maxinkuckee, the guests of Miss Winifred Murphy. Logansport Pharos-Reporter TUESDAY, July 10,1917
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0. B. C. ladies Picnic Mrs. Frank C. Murphy will entertain the Bridge City division. No. 42, L A. to O. R. C.. Thursday at her summer home at Lake Maxinkuckee. All; sisters be at the Vandalia station for the 6 o'clock train with well filled baskets. Logansport Pharos-Reporter TUESDAY, July 10,1917
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At Maxinkirckee. Mrs. A. J. Murdock left this morning for Lake Maxinkuckee to spend the Fourth at the Murdock collage. She will be joined by Mrs. Emmett M ulholland and family of Fort Wayne. Logansport Pharos-Reporter THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1917



Returns From Lake. The Monday evening euchre club members, who were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Donavon at their cottage at Lake Maxinkuckee, returned home yesterday. Logansport Pharos-Reporter THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1917



Mrs. Frank Murphy of East Broadway went to Lake. Maxinkuckee today, Logansport Pharos-Reporter SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1917



Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Jenks and daughter, Miss Ada, have taken a cottage at Lake Maxinkuckee and expect to spend six weeks there. Mr. Jenks will only be there over Sundays Logansport Pharos-Reporter SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 1917
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Return from Lake - Dr. and Mrs. Delzell have returned from Lake Maxinkuckee after a weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Holburner. Logansport Pharos-Reporter THURSDAY, AUGUST 9 1917



Annual Picnic. The .nineteenth annual picnic of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the B. of L. F. & "Ł.. was held at Lake Maxinkuckee yesterday all day. The party left this city early in the morning, and the main feature of the day was the large picnic dinner served at noon. There were over a hundred present who were served with, a good dinner. In the afternoon boating, swimming and games were ind ulged in. The party returned to the city on the 10:30 train after a very pleasant day, The committee on entertainment for the. Day was Mrs. Lethia S ullivan. Mrs. Inez Albert and Mrs. Elizabeth Crisler. Those on the refreshment committee were Mrs Kate Anderson. Mrs. Nettie Bolton and Mrs. Carrie Smith. Logansport Pharos-Reporter THURSDAY, AUGUST 9 1917



James Bertam, machine operator wife and family, will spend a day at Lake Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Reporter TUESDAY, July 31,1917



James Cassell and Dale Newkirk and their families -will leave Friday for Lake Maxinkuckee, where the will enjoy a ten days' outing at a cottage on Long Point Logansport Pharos-Reporter WEDNESDAY, July 25, 1917



OFFICERS AND CLERKS PICNIC The officers and clerical force of the Michigan division will hold a picnic at Lake Maxinkuckee Saturday, plans for which have been in the course of formation for some, days past. All officials and clerks, their wives and families or sweethearts are invited and everyone who can possibly get away for the day expects to go. The party will leave here at 10:30 in the morning and return at seven in the evening Logansport Pharos-Reporter WEDNESDAY, July 25, 1917



Mrs. A. P. Jenks and daughter Ada arrived home from Maxinkuckee, where they spent the past six weeks Logansport Pharos-Reporter MONDAY, July l6 1917



Mr. and Mrs. Perry Moon left this morning tor Lake Maxinkuckee, where they will occupy a cottage on Long Point for three weeks. Logansport Pharos-Reporter SATURDAY, July 14,1917
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Picnic at Lake. Members of the Mehrlicht class of the Market Street Methodist church, will-picnic all day Thursday. July 19, as the; guests of their, teacher, Mrs. Perry Moon. who is occupying a cottage on Long Point at Lake Maxinkuckee Every member of the class is given a cordial invitation to attend Logansport Pharos-Reporter SATURDAY, July 14,1917



Mrs,. W. T. Wilson and daughter Dorothy .are down from Lake Maxinkuckee spending a few days. Logansport Pharos-Reporter SATURDAY, July 14,1917



Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barnett left today for Lake Maxinkuckee, where they will stay over Sunday. Logansport Pharos-Reporter SATURDAY, July 14,1917
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Mrs. Art Routh and children are spending a few days at Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Reporter FRIDAY, July 13,1914


Miss Carrie Haney and Mrs. W. S. Richardson have returned from several days stay at Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Reporter FRIDAY, July 13,1917



Back From Lake. Mrs. Arthur Baker and daughter Maurine have returned from Lake Maxinkuckee, where they visited at the cottage of Mrs.Tarry of Terre Haute. Mrs. Tarry returned with them and will visit in this city for some time Logansport Pharos-Reporter THURSDAY, July 12, 1917
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The T ulip club to Meet - The T ulip club will be entertained this evening at the home of Miss Marie Welsh. 2416 Spear street The girls will make final arrangements for their trip to the lake They are planning to take a cottage at Lake Maxinkuckee for a week, leaving here Sunday, July 13. The balance of the evening will be devoted to cards and later in the evening refreshments will be served. Those "in the club are the. Misses Marie .and Mary Grady. Gertrude Mehrle. Irene Whitehad, Mary Healey, Margaret Doroe, Mary Grey, Marie Welsh, Margaret Early, Irma Holland and Margaret Grady. All win be at the lake next week except Miss Margaret Grady. Miss Irma Holland and Miss Margaret Early. The party will be chaperoned by Mrs. Margaret Gorman. Logansport Pharos-Reporter THURSDAY, July 12, 1917
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Joe Reitemeier will leave this evening for Lake Maxinkuckee. to remain over Sunday with his. Family Logansport Pharos-Reporter THURSDAY, July 12, 1917
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Fourth at Culver . Among the many lake picnics yesterday there was that of Misses. Franks Monohan, Mary Cramer clara Leedy, Mary Grady, Margaret Doyle, Marie Grady, Merle Davis, Margaret Grady, Gertrude Merhle,, Irene Whitehead, Marie Welch, Margaret, Early, and. Margaret Healey. They spent he day at Maxinkuckee and returned ate that evening Logansport Pharos-Reporter THURSDAY, July 5,1917
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Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ferguson and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Foskett spent yesterday- at Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Reporter THURSDAY, July 5,1917



To Motor to Lake. A party of young people will motor to Lake Maxinkuckee tomorrow for the day. The party is composed of the Misses Mary Rex, Margaret Fogarty, Tacy Bolton and the Messrs.Arthur Helton, Aloyious Smith and Kussel Tucker. Logansport Pharos-Reporter TUESDAY, July 3, 1917
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Everet Zech and Clarence Rogers autoed to Lake Maxinkuckee Sunday Logansport Pharos-Reporter Friday, June 29, 1917



Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Murphy and daughters Winifred and Frances left today for Lake Maxinkuckee where they have a cottage for the summer Logansport Pharos-Reporter FRIDAY, JUNE 29,1917
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Harry Kelly, machinist, spent yesterday at Lake Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Reporter WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27,1917



BACK FROM LAKE R. M. Stauffer and H. D. DeMoss. engineers on the Michigan division of the Penney, have returned from Lake Maxinkuckee, where they spent a week fishing. They report the luck good. DeMoss .caught a five pound jack salmon, the largest catch either made during their outing Logansport Pharos-Reporter TUESDAY, PHAROS-REPORTER , JUNE 26,1917



Bride Elect Honored. Mrs. Charles Spencer entertained a company of young ladies at their new bungalo at Lake Maxinkuckee yesterday at a house party. The affair was complimentary to Miss Genevieve Garnett, who will be married Saturday to Dr. Claude Spencer. The guests were the club girls of which Miss Garnett is a member. The day was spent in swimming and boating and an elegant dinner was served at noon. The guests returned home this morning. Those present were the Misses Naomi Campbell, Deborah M ulcahy, Josephine Rothermel. Irene Borgessof Indianapolis, Marie Kraeger, Mary and Monica Kienly, Florence Kienly, Olga Hooley. Collette Garnetta Gnrnett, Bertha Berwauger, Marie Coughlin, Marie Bahr and Genevieve Garnett Logansport Pharos-Reporter MONDAY; JUNE 25, 1917



J- A. Gainor, chief clerk to the superintendent, wife and family, are spending today at Lake Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Reporter MONDAY; JUNE 25, 1917



Karl Morris is ill with rheumatism at the home of his mother, Mrs. Captain Crook at Maxinkuckee, Ind Logansport Pharos-Reporter MONDAY. JUNE 25, 1917
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MADE BIG HA ul Will Gardner, Michigan division car inspector, reports making a nice catch while at Lake Maxinkuckee last Saturday"" and Sunday, Gardner brought home with him sixty fish, most of which were redeyes and perch Logansport Pharos-Reporter TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1017.


M. Whtefleld, tendor repairman, wife and daughter, Be ulah, will spend Sunday at Lake Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Reporter WEDNESDAY JUNE 13,1917
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EXPECT GOOD BUSINESS. Exceptionally good business in the passenger department is expected this summer to Culver and other points a lonng Lake Maxinkuckee, The summer season Is now open at the lake and with the coming of hot summer weather, many excursionists will visit the lake, The Lakeview Hotel at Culver opens today. Logansport Pharos-Reporter FRIDAY, JUNE 1,1917



MUCH RAIN FELL A terrific rain storm- swept the northern part of the state yesterday afternoon and last night. In the vicinity of Lake Maxinkuckee, tho storm assumed the proportions of a cloud burst, according to lake visitors yesterday. Logansport Pharos-Reporter THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1917
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T. Bubel, gang leader, will spend daiy at Lake Maxinkuckee.. _ _ Cleitz, gang leader, will make it to Culver Sunday. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1917



Mrs. D. F. Mahoney and daughter Rose will spend Saturday and Sunday at Lake Maxinkuckee, the guests of Mrs.- Sam Fisher Logansport Pharos-Reporter Friday September 14, 1917



Frank Harwood has closed his summer cottage at Lake Maxinkuckee and has returned to his home on Eel River avenue; Logansport Pharos-Reporter THURSDAY; SEPT. is, 1917



Mr .and Mrs. Noel Cook, with a party of friends are hunting about the shores of Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Reporter TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1917



RETURN FROM HUNTING TRIP. H. DeMoss. Engine man, B. Rice, engineman, R. M. Stauffer, engineer and J. H. Denbo, engineman, U. S. Hauck, and C. K. Smith firemen, have returned from Lake Maxinkuckee where they have been on a duck hunting expedition. Instead of fish stories many duck hunting stories are now being told at the Michigan division Logansport Pharos-Reporter, Saturday October 27, 1917



RETURNS FROM LAKE. Engineers Bart Fowler and I. 0. Enders, both oŁ the Logansport division, have returned to work after spending two weeks with their families at Lake Maxinkuckee. All report having had an enjoyable outing. Logansport Pharos-Reporter FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1917



Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Gibson and Grace Babb and son Carl, Criss Tyre end family, Orville Baker, John Phillips and family, Mr. Rhinehart. Alto and Cressa House, Miss Dora Hansen, Orville Hyman, and Harry, formed a picnic party and motored to Lake Maxinkuckee Sunday Logansport Pharos-Reporter FRIDAY AUGUST 31, 1917



G. F. Wermes machinist, plans to : spend Sunday at Lake. Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Reporter THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1917
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…Miss Dorothy Wilson, who is down from Lake Maxinkuckee and the guest of Miss Madeline Mahoney Logansport Pharos-Reporter TUESDAY, AUGUST 28,1917
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ROAD MEN HERE TALKED LITTLE D. C. Jenkines of Kokomo. head of he Indiana Highway Commission, Mr. Moore, engineer for the commission, and Mrs. Wright, another member of the . commission, passed through Logansport today. Mr y Jenkines arrived here at noon from Lake Maxinkuckee and after taking lunch with some local men, was met by the other members of the commission and left immediately for Rochester by way of. the Michigan Pike. The men were not asked to discuss "roads” while here. Logansport Pharos-Reporter MONDAY, AUGUST 27, 1917
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J. Minnick. machinist and wife, will spend Sunday at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Reporter THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1917
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Miss Mellie Beckley has returned home from a week's outing at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Reporter TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1917
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Mrs. Roy Beckley oŁ this city and her mother, Mrs. Jarman Star City are spending a few day at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Reporter TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1917
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Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Thompson and. the Misses Ardia Enyard. Effie Swanson and Bertha Kingery spent Tuesday at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Reporter FRIDAY, AUGUST 17,1917



Arthur Mee, boiler Inspector, and family are spending a week at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Reporter WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1917



Hold Annual Picnic, The annual picnic, of Bridge City division. No. 17, L. A. to O. E. C., will be held at Lake Maxinkuckee Wednesday. August 22. Logansport Pharos-Reporter WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15 1917



Going to Maxinkuckee. and Mrs. Ed Veal and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. John Conrad of Pittsburgh, Pa. with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Copeland, will go to Lake Maxinkuckee tomorrow to spend the day Logansport Pharos-Reporter SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1917



Elon Shaffer and family and Susie Gibson of Idaville motored to Lake Maxinkuckee Sunday and spent the day Logansport Pharos-Reporter SATURDAY AUGUST 11 1917



Mr. and Mrs. Ota Babb and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Luke Bonlin motored to Lake Maxinkuckee Sunday Logansport Pharos-Reporter FRIDAY, AUGUST 10,1917
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Outing at lake. Mrs. Delia Fogarty, John Fogarty, Jr.and Mrs. Fred O'Neill and Miss Katherine Smith of this city and Harry O'Neill of Crawfordsville left Monday for Lake Maxinkuckee, where they have taken a cottage and will enjoy a week's outing. Logansport Pharos-Reporter Wednesday, August 08, 1917



Spend Day at late. Misses Haxel Scybold. Lena King. Madge Seybold, Fay Hyman of Savannah,Ill. and William Bailey, Glenn Theonnes of Peru. Bill Costello, Chester Minneman and . Bud Campbell spent the day Sunday at the cottage of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Campbell Long Point, Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Reporter TUESDAY, AUGUST 7,1917
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visit to Michigan. Miss, Frances Murphy; who-has been spending the. summer at their cottage st Lake Maxinkuckee, will leave tomorrow for Calumet. Mich., where she will be the guest at a house party Logansport Pharos-Reporter MONDAY, AUGUST 6, 1917
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Mrs. Perry Moon, who has been at Lake Maxinkuckee for two weeks, returned home today Logansport Pharos-Reporter MONDAY, AUGUST 6 1917



Mrs. A. J. Murdock and daughters, Mrs. Ed Donovan and Mrs. Mae Patterson, and granddaughter, Mrs. Harry Palmer of Crawfordsville, will spend the week end at Maxinkuckee at the Murdock cottage Logansport Pharos-Reporter Saturday AUGUST 4 1917



Born to Dr. and Mrs. Mclntyre of Peru, a nine-pound baby girl, last evenlng at Lake Maxinkuckee. Mrs. Mclntyre was formerly Miss Faye Fisher of this city Logansport Pharos-Reporter THURSDAY, AUGUST 2,1917
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DOOLITTLE OFF H. M. Doolittle, Logansport division gang; foreman, starting today will take a two week summer vacation. The majority of next week Doolittle will spend at Lake Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Reporter WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1917
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Picnic at Lake, There will be a picnic of the Marshall county Pythians tomorrow at Lake Maxinkuckee. All Knights of Pythias and Pythian Sisters are invited to take their dinner and spend the day. A number of local people are planning to attend. One of the features of the day will be the two band concerts by the M. P. A. band. Addresses will be given. Members and friends are Invited. Logansport Pharos-Reporter SATURDAY, July 28, 1917
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OFFICE MEN PICNIC TODAY The Michigan, division offices were practically deserted today, the picnic of the clerics and officials and their families drawing nearly all the office forces to the cool breezes of Lake Maxinkuckee. The party which boarded the train for the lake this morning consisted of about fifty or seventy-five persons. They will return to Logansport on the train arriving here at 7 o'clock this evening Logansport Pharos-Reporter SATURDAY, July 28,1917
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Entertain Dinner C!ub. Mrs.. Sam Fisher will entertain her Dinner club at her summer home at Lake Maxinkuckee. They will leave Tomorrow morning and remain over Sunday. Logansport Pharos-Reporter FRIDAY, July 27, 1917



August Wandrel. flue welder, wife and daughter, Miss Dorothy, will spend a day at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Reporter THURSDAY, July 26, 1917
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Sam Hight and R. M. Stauffer, engineman, spent yesterday at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Reporter WEDNESDAY, July 25,1917
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Mr. and Mrs. Marvin F ultz, Miss Gladys Richie and Floyd Wolf spent Sunday at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Reporter Tuesday July 24 1917



Annual Picnic. The L. S. to. the B. of L. F. &, E., will hold their annual picnic at Lake Maxinkuckee on August 8th, to which all member's oŁ the B. oŁ L. F. &. E., No.62 and No. 63 are cordially invited .to come to, with well filled baskets. Logansport Pharos-Reporter TUESDAY, July 24, 1917



Mr. and Mrs. Kinrin and Mr. and Mrs. Hildebrandt are spending a few days at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Reporter SATURDAY, July 21, 1917
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Walter Foskett returned today from a short stay at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Reporter THURSDAY, July 19, 1917
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