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

Logansport Snipets 1921  







Miss Georgia Harrison and Miss Marie Eckerly spent Monday at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Tribune TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1921.





Mr. and Mrs Charles Campbell and sons spent Decoration day at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Tribune TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1921.





Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rehm and family motored to Lake Maxinkuckee, where they spent Decoration day Logansport Pharos-Tribune TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1921.





Dr. and Mrs.. Busjahn and Marie and Edwin Busjahn motored to Lake Maxinkuckee and Lake Manitou yesterday. Logansport Pharos-Tribune TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1921.





Dr. and Mrs. Masters. Mr. and Mrs. Bob King and Mr. an Mrs. Art Routh motored from the Routh cottage at Lake Maxinkuckee, to Lake Manitou, where they spent last evening Logansport Pharos-Tribune TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1921.





Picnic Preparations. Preparations are being made to entertain over one hundred guests at tbe picnic for members of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engine and their families, which will be held at Lake Maxinkuckee Wednesday, August 10th. This is an annual affair and much interest is being shown for its success. Logansport Pharos-Tribune WEDNESDAY, July 6, 1921





Auxiliary Picnic. Mispah Lodge, No. 26, L. A. to B. of R. T. expects over fifty guests at its annual picnic which is to be held Thursday, July 14th, at Lake Maxtnkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Tribune WEDNESDAY, July 6, 1921





Tri Kappa Outing. Mrs. Joe Graffis will be hostess to members of the Tri Kappa sorority Thursday at an all-day picnic at the Graffis summer cotage at LaKe Maxinkuckee. The party will make the trip in machines and during the day will enjoy a picnic dinner, bathing and boating. Logansport Pharos-Tribune WEDNESDAY, July 6, 1921





Miss Marje Douglass is spending several days at Lake Maxinkuckee at the Fisher cottage, Long Point. Logansport Pharos-Tribune WEDNESDAY, July 6, 1921





Russel Fristoe spent Monday In this city with friends while enroute to his home at Sheridan, Ind, from Lake Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Tribune WEDNESDAY, July 6, 1921





Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Case motored nere yesterday morning from Lake Maxinkuckee. and will spend the week in the city Logansport Pharos-Tribune WEDNESDAY, July 6, 1921
Adam H. Felker of the Lebanon Reporter spent Sunday with hls parents in Logansptirt and left this morning for Lake Maxinkuckee to fish for muskelunge. Pelker is a patient, methodical fisherman, and while fishing invents some patient, methodical fish stories which he puts out for the truth when he returns to the ways of civilization. He has promised TO tell the truth, the whole truth and then some when he returns. Logansport Pharos-Tribune FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1921.





Guests at House Party. Miss Helen Lauterbach of East Miami avenue, left Sunday for Lake Maxinkuckee. where she will spend two weeks, a guest at a house party given by a number of young people from South Bend. Logansport Pharos-Tribune TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1921,





Annual Picnic The annual picnic of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherliood of Firemen and Engineers will enjoy their annual picnic tomorrow at Lake Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Tribune TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1921,





Mrs. Frank Murphey who has been spending several days in the city with friends returned to Lake Maxinkuckee this afternoon. Logansport Pharos-Tribune TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1921,





Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wills motored to Lake Maxnikuckee and Bass Lake Sunday. Logansport Pharos-Tribune MONDAY, July 25, 1921





Mr. and Mrs. Tom McElheny rriotored to Lake Maxinkuckee Sunday where they spent the day Logansport Pharos-Tribune MONDAY, July 25, 1921





Miss Caroline Lowman has returned from Lake Maxinkuckee where she was the guest for the weekend of Mrs. Harry Case. Logansport Pharos-Tribune MONDAY, July 25, 1921





Miss H ulda Coleman left Monday morning for Lake Maxinkuckee where she will be the guest of Mrs. Harry Case. Logansport Pharos-Tribune MONDAY, July 25, 1921





Guests at Lake Mrs. Walter Graham. of this city, was hostess today to the ladies of her dinner club, at her summer home at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Tribune THUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1921.





Mr. and Mrs. George Babcock and children motored to Lake Maxinkuckee yesterday, where they were the guests at the Ferguson cottage. Logansport Pharos-Tribune THUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1921.





Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ferguson motored to Lake Maxinkuckee yesterday and were guests at the Ferguson cottage. Logansport Pharos-Tribune THUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1921.





Miss Kate Van Horn of Zanesville,Ohio, who has been visiting friends at Lake Maxinkuckee is spending the weekend iln the city with Mrs. D. H. Chase. 829 North street. Logansport Pharos-Tribune SATURDAY august 27. 1921





Mr. and Mrs. Malon Manson and daughter, Geraldine of Terre Haute, who are spending this month at Lake Maxinkuckee motored to the city yesterday and visited with their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Martin of Michigan avenue Logansport Pharos-Tribune SATURDAY august 27. 1921





Mr- and Mrs. Will Murdock spent the weekend at Lake Maxinkuckee with friends Logansport Pharos-Tribune MONDAY, AUGUST 22, 1921.





Mrs. Caroline Wise, daughter Mrs- Mollie Lowman and granddaughter, Caroline Lowman visited the weekend at Lake Maxinkuckee with Mr and Mrs C S Wise. Logansport Pharos-Tribune MONDAY, AUGUST 22, 1921.





Mr. and Mrs. Ed Donovan and Mrs. Patterson motored to Lake Maxinkuckee yesterday. Logansport Press SUNDAY, July 24, 1921





Mr. and Mrs. Arbie Bailey and Mr. arid Mrs. Russell Leonard have returned from a two weeks outing at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Press Logansport Press SUNDAY, July 24, 1921





At Maxinkuckee Lake. Thursday at the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Behmer at Lake Maxinkuckee, fifty local members and friends of the G. I. A. to the B. of L. E. were entertained at a picnic and outing. A delicious picnic dinner was served and boating and bathing was enjoyed. Logansport Press SATURDAY, July 23, 1921,





Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klinck of North street left yesterday for a ten days outing to he spent at Lake Maxinkuckee. They will have as their guests, Miss Nellie Paterson, and their nephews Charles and Edward Paterson Logansport Press Lake Maxinkuckee. FRIDAY, July 22, 1921





W. C. Routh and Mr. and Mrs. Bob King motored to Lake Maxinkuckee last evening and spent the night with Mrs. W. C. Routh. Lake Maxinkuckee. FRIDAY, July 22, 1921





Miss Frances Young returned home last evening after being the guest of Mrs. Harry Case at their summer home at Lake Maxinkuckee. FRIDAY, July 22, 1921





Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cllngenpeel and son Joe of Flora, spent Sunday at Lake Maxinkuckee. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, WEDNESDAY, July 13, 1921.





Charles Rhineberger and wife of Star City and Earl Nichlos and wife of Logansport returned Sunday from a week's outing spent at lake Maxinkuckee LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, WEDNESDAY, July 13, 1921.




MAYOR FLEET'S HOME BURNS AT Culver

(By Associated Press)

The home of Major Fleet, one of the officers of the Culver Academy, was almost totally destroyed yesterday afternoon at Culver , the blaze starting from an oil stove.

Unable to get any water the Culver fire department was helpless for a time, but a hose was si retched to the water works of the academy and water secured Later.

The cadets were called to the scene and managed to save practically all the furniture.

The house was a frame, twos tory structure. The walls were left standing, and it may be possible to utilize them in rebuilding. THE LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, SUNDAY, July 10.. 1921.





At Maxinkuckee Mr. and Mrs. William Gremelspachor and son Joe and Donald O'Neill and Lloyd Carithers will motor to Lake Maxinkuckee today where they will spend the day and return to the city tomorrow morning. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, SUNDAY, July 10, 1921.





Camp Fire Girls. There will be a ceremonial meeting of the Westanu Camp Fire Girls at tne home of Miss Charlotte Borwn in north street, Tuesday evening. During the evening final arrangements will he made for their camping meeting which begins the 17th of this month at Lake Maxinkuckee. Miss Ada Rafter is guardian to this camp fire LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, SUNDAY, July 10, 1921.





At Lake Maxinkuckee. Mr. and Mrs. Arbie Bailey and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Leonard will leave the latter part of this week for Lake Maxinkuckee where they will spend a two weeks outing. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, WEDNESDAY, July 6, 1921.





Mr. and Mrs. William Gremelspacher and son Joseph of 304 Burlington avenue were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. James I. Barnes, at their cottage at Lake Maxinkuckee LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS. TUESDAY, JUNE 21, f921.





To Spend Summer Mrs. Abbie Winfield and daughters Janie and Margaret of 824 High street will go to Lake Maxinkuckee where they will spend the summer it their cottage. They expect to leave the latter part of the week. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS. TUESDAY, JUNE 21, f921.





Mr. Ed Donavan ia spending the day at Lake Maxinkuckee with his family. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, SUNDAY, JUNE 19, 1921





Mr. and Mrs. Robert King and Dr. and-Mrs. E. Masters are spending the day at Lake Maxinkuckee, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Routh. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, SUNDAY, JUNE 19, 1921





Chicago Doctors Have Picnic

300 Members of North Side Medical Society at Lake Maxinkuckee

Culver , IND., Aug. 18. — Three hundred doctors of Chicago, representing the north side branch of the Chicago Medical Society, held their annual outing at Lake Maxincuckee Tuesday. The doctors and their families were the guests of the Culver Summer Schools, and the arrival of their special train at noon was greeted by a parade of cadets.

Colonel L. R. Gignilliat, Superintendent of the academy, welcomed the visitors and presented them with the keys to the institution. A box luncheon on the lake shore was followed by games and sports, Including a flag raising contest for the women, a surgical clinic, a stretcher race, swimming and a boat ride around Lake Maxinkuckee.

After viewing parade of the naval cavalry, artillery, aviation and woodcraft schools the entire party was the guest of the academy at the mess hall for dinner. The evening program included rough riding exhibitions by the cavalry cadets, a tank. attack on trenches by the artillery, a council ring and campfire by the woodcraftsmen, .and an informal dance in the Recreation building. Dr. A. A. Hayden is president of the society.

LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1921.





Big Celebration At Maxinkuckee

Plans for a huge celebration consisting- of water spectacles and parade on land to be staged in behalf of the fund for helping disabled ex-service men of Indiana next Tuesday are being made by the students of Culver Military Academy at Lake Maxinkuckee.

Invitations have been sent to Secretary of the Navy, Denby, Assistant Secretary, Roosevelt and to Governor Warren T. McCray by Col. Gignilliatt, deportment commander of the American Legion. Admiral Albert Ross, head of the Culver Summer Naval school also Joins in the invitation.

Governor McCray has definitely promised to attend the exhibition and is sched uled for an attdress. The program will include hydroplane and tank demonstrations and drill and sports as presented by cadets at Chicago Pageant of Progress. Period programs will be given in the morning and afternoon and largre crowds are expected to attend spending the day picnicking on the lake.

Cutter races between crews from Culver and The Great Lakes Naval training station, parades of cavalry cadets, troop drills, rough riding and the famous music ride are among the other events sched uled.

The 40 cadets of the Woodcraft school will do scout and woodcraft. work, war dances and show Indiana life of which the features are directed by Ralph Hubbard of Colorado

LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1921





Ed Donavan is spending the week-end at Lake Maxinkuckee with his family. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, SUNDAY, July 31, 1921.





Miss Marguerita Patterson will go Monday to. Lake Maxinkuckee where she, will spend a few days. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, SUNDAY, July 31, 1921.





Mrs. Mae Patterson, Misses Margaretta Patterson. Lucille Robertson, Dorel Beale and Harry Corriden motored to Lake Maxinkuckee Monday where they spout the day at the Murdock cottage. LOGANSPORT PHAROS-TRIbUNE TUESDAY, July 5, 1921





Mr- and Mrs. Allen Nelson and daughter have taken a cottage at lake Maxinkuckee for the summer. Their parents, Mr. and M's. Frank B. Wilkinson spent the Fourth with them at the lake. LOGANSPORT PHAROS-TRIbUNE TUESDAY, July 5, 1921





Frank McHale spent the weekend with friends at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Tribune MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1921.





Don Brown spent the weekend with friends at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Tribune MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1921.





Picnic at Lake Maxinkuckee. Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Rice entertained the employes of the First National Bank yesterday at an all day picnic at their summer cottage at Lake Maxinkuckee. The trip was made in machines. Swimming and other out-of-door amusements were enjoyed during the day. At the noon hour a picnic dinner was served at the cottage. Logansport Pharos-Tribune MONDAY, JUJNE 13, 1921.





To Close Cottages.

Mrs. Mae Patterson and Mrs Edw. L. Donovan have gone to Lake Maxinkuckee at Culver where they will spend a final week end and next week will close their cottage there, returning for the winter to their home on East Market Street.

J. D. Ferguson and Walter Foskett have also gone to Maxinkuckee to join their families and to enjoy one more week end party before closing their cottages for the winter season.

LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1921





week-End Party.

At their spacious cottage at Lake Maxinkuckee, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Armancoat of this city are entertaining with a week-end party for friends from this city and other guests. A dance is to be given this evening as a part of the pleasant entertainment to be afforded the guests.

The Armaucost cottage will be closed with this event, and Mr. and Mrs. Armancost will return to their home, 1603 East Broadway.

LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1921





Miss Katheryn Seiters who ls spending the remainder of the summer at Lake Maxinkuckee will arrive today to be the guest of Miss Kathryn Bradfleld over the week emd LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1921.





Miss Ellen Taylor and Mrs. Harry Case who are spending the summer at Lake Maxinkuckee have returned after spending several days in the cityLOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1921.





Outing at Culver Misses Alice Shorter, Ruth Flanigan, Georgia Shortre, Frances Daugherty, and Marie Baker will go Lake Maxinkuckee Sunday to to Lake Maxinkuckee Sunday to spend a week at Dr. Oberlin's apartment Mrs. w W. A. flanigan will shaperone the party Logansport Pharos-Tribune THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1921.





WATER SPECTACLE TO FEATURE GALA DAY AT Culver MONDAY; GOVERNOR TO SPEAK

A mammoth exhibition of sports and military features in behalf of the fund for helping the disabled service men of Indiana, will be staged by the students of tiie Culver Military Academy at Lake Maxinkuckee on August 22nd. Invitations have been sent to Secretary Navy Denby, Assistant Secretary Roosevelt and to Governor Warren T. McCray by Col. Gigniliatt, department commander of the American Legion. Admiral Albert Ross, head of the Culver Summer Naval school also joins in the invitation.

The exhibition will consist of cutter races between crews from Culver and the Great Lakes Naval training station, parade of cavalry cadets, troop drills, rough riding and the famous music ride- The 400 cadets of the Wocndrcraft school will do scout and woodcraft work, war dances and Indian life, the Indian life, the Indian features being directed by Ralph Hubbard of Colorado who was responsible for the success of the Indian pageant put on at the international Boy Scont jamboree held in London in 1920.

Governor McCray has definitely promised to attend the exhibition and will deliver an address. Governor expressed hearty approval of this work in accepting invitation. Exhibition will include hydroplane and tank demonstrations and drills and sports as presented by cadets at Chicago Parent of Progress- Period programs will be given in morning end afternoon and hundreds are expected t0 attend and spend day in picnicing on Lake Maxinkuckee. Boat rides on lake part of program. Cutter races, Culver against Great Lakes training station in afternoon

Logansport Pharos-Tribune THURSDAY, AUGUSTUS, 1921






Return From Lake. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fisherbuck and family of 1815 North street have returned home after a week's outing at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Tribune TUESDAY AUGUST I6 1921,





A reunion of cousins A reunion of cousins was held Sunday at Lake Maxinkuckee, in the form of an all day picnic. Those in the party were Mr. and Mrs- Hush Smith and their house guest Miss Thelma Sieininger, and Mr and Mrs Claude Briggs, all of this city Mr and Mrs. Harvey Woods and daughter Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. John Hansen, daughter Marjorie and son Osborne, Mr. and Mrs. John Levering and daughter, Mary Jane, all of Peru; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Koust and daughter Melba, of South Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwardfrazier of Speedway, Indianapolis.





Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGaughey and Miss Ode Helvie spent yesterday at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Tribune MONDAY, July 18, 1921.





Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Masters and son Bobbie spent yesterday at Lake Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Tribune MONDAY, July 18, 1921





Mrs. I. W. Gehr and daughter Helen and Misses Helen and Peggy Krone, all of St. Louis, former residents of Logansport, have returned to their summer cottage at Lake Maxinkuckee after visiting friends here. Logansport Pharos-Tribune SATURDAY, July 9, 1921





Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tucker and children have returned to Lake Maxinkuckee after spending several uays here with friends and relatives. They will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Routh at Culver for several days before returning to their home in Akron. Logansport Pharos-Tribune SATURDAY, July 9, 1921





J. L. Akerman, Lawrence O. Corey and H . L. Miller spent Friday hunting at Lake Maxinkuckee. LOGANSPORT MMORNING PRESS NOVEMEBER 1, 1921





Accepts Position With Bailey Store Jean Armacost, who with his wife have been spending the summer at the Crismond cottage at Lake Maxinkuckee, haa returned to Logansport, and accepted a position in the sales department of the Henry Bailey Clothing store. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1921





Mrs. F. C. Murphy and daughters, Winifred and Frances, have returned from a trip through the West, and will spend the month of October at their summer cottage at Lake Maxinkuckee. LOGANSPQRT MORNING PRESS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1021.





twenty years ago...Messrs. John C. Dewenter, L. W. ullery and "W. H. Porter have returned from a three days fishing trip to Maxinkuckee. Unlike most returned fishermen, they report buisness d ull Logansport Pharos-Tribune WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1021





twenty years ago...Charles I. Woll. Frank M. Rice and George B. Forgy are sounding the depths of Lake Maxinkuckee in search of bass. They took with them two days provisions and an extra supply of hooks and lines. Logansport Pharos-Tribune WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1921.





twenty years ago...Through the co-operation of Governor Durbin. the Culver military school at Lake Maxinkuckee is to have a revenue cutter Irom the navy. Logansport Pharos-Tribune Saturday, april 23, 1921





Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Routh of Sandusky, O., motored to this city yesterdaywhere they will spend a few clays before opening their summer home at Lake Maxinkuckee. They were accompanied by Mrs. J. W. Smith of this city who has been their guest for a few weeks, Cook Routh of Sandusky, and Mrs. A. J. Greening of Chelsea, Mich Logansport Pharos-Tribune WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1921





Walter Sines and wife spent Sunday at Lake Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Tribune FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1921.





Cashier Ross of tbe First National bank, wife and daughter Alice, and Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Wilkinson will spend Sunday at Maxinkuckee, as guests at the Shroyer cottage Logansport Pharos-Tribune WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21,1921





Return From Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Keller and family have returned to their home in 401 West Miami avenue after spending the summer at their cottage at Lake Maxinkuckee, Logansport Pharos-Tribune SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER, 10, 1921.





Miss Ellen Taylor has returned from Lake Maxinkuckee. where she spent several weeks visiting at the Fisher cottage Logansport Pharos-Tribune SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER, 8, 1921.





City Fireman Charles Sellers and wife are enjoying a ten days outing at Lake Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Tribune FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1921





Carl S. Wise of the firm of Wiler & Wise, has returned from several wfeks spent at Lake Maxinkuckee. The family remained at the lake. Logansport Pharos-Tribune WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1921.





Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gremelspacher and son, Joseph of Burlington avenue have returned from a two weeks outing at the Reitemeier cottage, Lake Maxinkuckee.Logansport Pharos-Tribune MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 1921





Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Castle, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith are spending a ten days vacation' at the Reitemeier cottage at Lake Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Tribune MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 1921





Mrs- Ben Porter has returned to her home here after visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Flanagan at Lake Maxinkuckee-Logansport Pharos-Tribune MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 1921





george H. Prescott Sr., Sundayed at Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Tribune SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 192L





Mr. and Mrs. Max Fisher and daughter, Mrs. Harry Case, and Miss Mabel Stettiner of Cleveland, O., tvho have been spending the summer at Lake Maxinkuckee, where they have had a cottage, will return to this city on Wednesday. Miss Stettiner has been visiting with her sister, Mrs Fisher, for several weeks. Miiss Ellen Taylor, who has been visiting at the lake for the past few weeks will return with them. Logansport Pharos-Tribune SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 192L





WANTED—Girl for light housework to go to Lake Maxinkuckee for one week. Phone 1512-Y Saturday a. m. 216 9th St Logansport Pharos-Tribune FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1921.





Cloyd Hershey spent Sunday at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Tribune THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1921.





Mrs. Ben Porter returned from Lake Maxinkuckee yesterday after a short visit with friends Logansport Pharos-Tribune THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1921





Mr. and Mrs. Win. O'Morrow of Gary are in the city visiting the former's sister, Mrs. Ray Wickersham. They will leave the end of the week for a visit at Lake Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Tribune Wedensday august 24, 1921





The Ta TaPochan Girls Go Into Camp

With a spirit not only of enjoyment but with a something deeper a spirit to learn, to gain; to commune with the out-of-doors is combined with wholesome fun for the Ta Ta Pochan Campfire girls who are, to go .nto,camp next Thursday at Lake Maxinkuckee, The girls are to be the guests of Miss Francis Murphy at the Murphy summer cottage there

It is expected that every girl will leave camp, after their five days, having - gained- three- things. First she will have a definite Knowledge of the rudiments of camp technique, of equipment, the simple r ules of hygiene for out-of-doors; secondly, she should have learned the rudiments of some handicraft or mental activity such as bird study, block printing or basketry; thirdly, she should have assimilated the one great thing that Nature has to give,inspiration.

The following is the program chosen by the group:
6:45 Reveille
7:00 Setting up exercises.
7:15 Morning Dip.
7:.46 Breakfast.
8:30 Preparation for tent inspection.
8:00 Tent inspeption and morning sing.
9: 30 Handicraft period or first aid classes.
11:00 Group games.
12:30 Dinner.
1:00 Rest hour.
2:00 Quiet hour.
3:00 Swimming.
4:30 Walking and canoeing.
6:00 Supper.
7:00 Evening stunts.
8:30 Bed.
9:00 Lights out.
The working will be done by the girls in groups of, three, but the enjoyment is to be shared by all-of them.

Those who are to participate in this pleasant event will be Peggy Horn, Mary Alice Porter, Charlotte Grace, Beatrix Bumpas, Marlon Taylor, Velda Reed, Elizabeth Gordon, Florence Bowyer of Chicago, and Rita Pope of Indianaepolls. Mrs. Bert Castle is head of this contingent of girls

Logansport Press TUESDAY, July 26, 1921





Mr's. Charles Skinner, Ileen Buck, Mr and Mrs. Frank Stauffer of Logansport and Mr. Charles Skinner ol South Bend spent Sunday at Lake Maxinkuckee. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, SATURDAY, July 23, 1921





Mrs. Victor Wiler and son have returned after spending several days at Lake Maxinkuckee, the guests of Mrs, Walter Foskett. Mrs. Foskett accompanied them home and will spend a few days in the city before returning to her summer home. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, THURSDAY, July 21, 1921.





The ladles of the G. I. A. to the B. of L. E. with their families will enjoy their annual picnic next Thursday at Lake Maxinkuckee. The day will be spent at the cottage of Mra. Walter Behmer in Arlington. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, SATURDAY, July 16, 1921.





Outing At Lake, The Pottowatomle Camp Fire girls, Agda Rafter guardian, will leave tomorrow for Lake Maxinkuckee wher» they will spend a week at the Dr. Obelin apartment. The following sched ule will be used rise at 6:45, swimming, breakfast at 7:46, cleaning and marketing morning hours, dinner 12:00 o'clock; each meal prepared by two girls, supper 5:30, swim at 7:00 and lights out at 9:30 LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, SATURDAY, July 16, 1921.





Mr. and Mrs. William Gremelspacher and son Joe leave this morning to spend the week-end at Lake Maxinkuckee. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, SUNDAY, July 10, 1921.





Sorority Picnic. A number of the local members of the Trl Kappa Sorority enjoyed an outing and all-day picnic at the summer home of Mrs. Joe Gram's at Lake Maxinkuckee, Thursday. At one o'clock a luncheon was served and the rest of the day was devoted to bathing and boating. Guests for the day wre: Mrs. M. L. Fansler, Miss Lousie Rabb, Mrs. Walter FoskettMrs. George Fansler, Mrs. Charles Campbell, Mrs. Harold Sweet of Royal Centre, Mrs. L. U. Mclntyre, Miss Marjorie Douglass, Miss Caroline O'Connor of Indianapolis, Miss Rose Mahoney, Miss Helen Railsback, Mrs. Eugene Armacost, Mrs. Nina Ballard, Mrs. Walter Jenkins, Mrs. Cleo Tousley, Mrs. Allen Nelson, Mrs. Paul Souder, Mrs. James O'Donnell, Mrs. Emma Grable, Miss Nelle- Wimmer and Mrs. Cox of Indianapolis. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, SATURDAY, July 9,1921.





Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tucker and children of Lake Maxinkuckee are spending a few days in the city. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, SATURDAY, July 9,1921.





Sorority Outing. The local chapter of the Tri Kappa sorority will be entertained atan all-day picnic today at the summer horns of Mrs. Joe Graffis at Lake Maxinkuckee. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, THURSDAY, July 7,1921





Miss Lucille Barnes is spending a few days in the city before returning to the Barnes summer home at Lake Maxinkuckee. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, THURSDAY, July 7,1921.





Mr. and Mrs Solomon Wickard east of Flora spent Monday at Liake Maxinkuckee. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, THURSDAY, July 7, 1921





Prepare For Picnic Over 300 members of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen with their families are expected to attend the annual picnic of the organization at Lake Maxinkuckee August 10.

Plans are now being form ulated for the annual affair, and much interest is being shown. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS. WEDNESDAY, July 6, 1921





Leo Cline, Art Holton, Frances Courtney and Sylvester Kelly are spending a few days at Lake Maxinkuckee. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, WEDNESDAY, July 6, 1921





Mr. and Mrs. James Moran and daughters Anna and Marguerite and Miss Clara Fettig spent Sunday at Lake Maxinkuckee. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, WEDNESDAY, July 6, 1921





Picnic at Maxinkuckee Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gruenyer, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Cline and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Grusenmyer motorecl to Lake Maxinkuckee, Sunday where they enjoyed a picnic. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, TUESDAY, July 5, 1921.





House party Mr. amd _ harry case is entertaining friends from this city at at home party at her summer home at lake Maxinkuckee among the guests are Mr. and mrs. J. T. Elliot jr., Mr. __ ence Zinn and their _ Miss Thuselda first and Mrs dwight Closson, Mr. ar_m clark and Herbert [was torn] LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, SUNDAY, July 3, 1921.





LOGANSPORT BOY IN SECOND PLACE Logansport Delegation Is From Camp at Lake Maxinkuckee

A resolution to restrict the right of franchise in Indiana to American citizens only, a resolution expressing sympathy to Mrs. F. W. Galbraith, wife of the national commander recently, killed in an automobie accident, and a resolution supporting John C. Emory, present national commanderr, were passed by the two day; conference of American Legion men of Indiana which closed Sunday at Culver . Other vital topics were discussed.

Amid the greatest of enthusiasm, the lesion drew up a resolution expressing hope for Carpenter's victory in his match with Dempsey next Saturday. A copy of the resotutiom was sent to Carpentier's training camp. Only two objections from the 600 delegates were heard ajcainst the resolution.

Over 600 legion men from Indiana posts were present. First prize for best attendance went to the 13th district. The 11th district of which Losausporl is a part, was second

In tha athletic events, Fred Case of Logansport was second in the markmanshlp contest, and Herbert Condon represented the legion in horsemanship contest conducted w!th horses from the Black horse troop of Culver

athletic events Staurday and sunday held the interest of the conference. barrell boxin, anf freak contests were devised to entertain the veterans in one match. merl walker of logansport, weighing 140 pounds was matched against a. redmon, former Indiana Univeristy athlete, who tips the scales at 210. both boxers were blindfolded and were fitted out with a boxing glove in one hand and a rattling tincup to denote their location of the other.

zfollowing various atheletic events rear Admiral Ross, commander of the naval station of the academy, gave an address in the amphitheater Suday- afternoon. Following this talk moving plcture of "The Man Without a Country" were shown for first time. Tho Logansport post obtained a date In the near future to show the pictures here.

four reels of official U. S. war pictures were shown Saturday evening and it was not until one o'clock that the meeting broke up.

members of the Lojjansport post returned enthusiastic over their treatment by Culver officals, and voted the conference one of the best the Indiana department has had.

State officials accompanied the Indianapolis delegation Saturday on a special train, and livened the conference up with a band.

Those who attended the conference from here were Jerome Bopp, Fred Tanguy, Frank McHale, Merl Wall. John Burke. Fred Case. Dr. j. stanton and herbert condon.

LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1921.





The annual Rose reunion was held at the home of Messers Harvey and John F. Rose on Sunday, June 26....The reunion will be held next year the last Sunday of June at Mackinkuckee Lake LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1921,





Miss Lilttle Entertains Complimentary to her guest, Miss Eleanor Dakin of Charleston, W. Va., Miss Henrietta Little entertained a number of girl friends, Friday afternoon at her home in East Broadway. Guests for the occasion were Misses Catherine Viney, Jane Flynn, Frances Twells. Mary Flynn, Margaret Horn, Helen Bennett, Thelma Snydlr, Ida Dale, Margaret DeHaven, Helen Scherer, Dorothy Porter, Cleota Heclde and Ml«s Emily Barnes and Pa uline Fisher of Lake Maxinkuckee. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, SUNDAY, JUNE 26, 1921.





W. S. Margowski and daughter Miss Mary left today for Lake Maxinkuckee where they will attend the Indiana Pharmaceutical association. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1921 .





Mrs. Don H. Harwell and children, are spending several weeks at Lake Maxinkuckee. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, SATUKDAY, JUNE 18, 1921.





Local Girl Plays Lead In Pageant

Culver Authorities Expect Record Breaking Crowd.

Miss Dorothy Wilson, Logansport girl, will" play the leading role in a pageant entitled "The Glory of the Morning," to be given by the academy at Lake Maxinkuckee, Saturday evening.

With an ideal setting Culver authorities are planning on making this one of the most. successful pageants ever staged. It will be held on the moonlit campus where the lake will be in the background and campfires across the bay. Canoes will float down the river playedon by colored lights. A hugh orchestra will play Indian music as a fitting accompaniment to the spectacle.

Miss Wilson, who is enthusiastically working for the success of the play, is helping as director as well as taking the leading role.

J. R. Froome, Jr., producing director of the Little Playhouse theatre of Cincinnati, who is dramatic instructor of the Culver summer school, is directing the pageant. Capt. Ralph Hubbard, son of the late Elbert Hubbard, is directing the Indian dances and ceremonials. He is an authority on Indian lore, stories and dances and has many thousand dollar's worth of Indian costumes which will be used in the performance

LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS,WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1921





Annual Reunion. At a meeting of the ladies auxillary to the Order of Railway Conductors which was held yesterday afternoon in the Firemen's Hall, plans and final arrangements were made for their annual picnic to be held Wednesday, August 24, at, Riverside park, in Indianapolis. It has been customary to have these affairs at Lake Maxinkuckee after the Woodcraft school is over. Mrs. Ed Zinck is chairman of the committee In charge. LOGANSPORT CORNING PRESS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1921.





Mrs. frank Murphy, who has been spending several days with friends at Lake Maxinkuckee, has returned home LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1921, .





The Thimble club of Walton motored to Lake Maxinkuckee Tuesday an all day outing. LOGAXSFORT MORNING PRESS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1921





Mrs. Walter Foskett who is spending the summer at Maxinkuckee will spend today In the city. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1921.





Miss Dorothy Schneider spent Sunday at Lake Maxinkuckee the guest of friends. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1921.





At Lake Maxinkackee. A number of local young people will motor to Lake Maxinkuckee today and spend the day. Those composing the party are: Hazel Shellheart, Flossie Yund, Marie Nicholson, Anna Kinney, Farmer Sedam, Ed Conroy, Fred Wilson, Everett Howe and Jospeh Hile LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, SUNDAY, July 31, 1921,





Entertained Q. Q. Club. Miss Metta Gammill entertained the members of the Q. Q. club at her home in Columbia street Tuesday evening and plans were made for an all day outing to be enjoyed Sunday at Lake Maxinkuckee. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, THURSDAY, July 28, 1921.





TWENTY-FIVE YBAR8 AGO From Logansport Journal, July 27, 1898 Severe windstorm sweeps Lake Maxinkuckee, turning over bests, and damaging cottages. No one injured. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, WEDNESDAY, July 27, 1921.





Mrs. A. R, Shroyer has returned from Lake Maxinkuckee, where she spent the summer. Logansport Pharos-Tribune WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1921





WANTED—Competent girl for cooking and general house work at Lake Maxinkuckee until middle of December. House with furnace heat and modern improvements; good wages. Address R. H. Mowbray, 374 East Side road, Culver , Ind. Logansport Pharos-Tribune SATURDAY OCTOBER 15, 1921.





6eests at Lake. Mrs Milo Gibson, Mrs George funk, Mr. Orwln, Mrs. J. W Ballard, Mrs. Elizabeth Downey and Mrs R T Sswell have returned to their homes here after a visit of several days at Lake Maxinkuckee, where they were the guests of Mrs. Sam Fishen Logansport Pharos-Tribune MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1921





Mrs. A. P. Jenks and daughters, Miss Ada and Mrs. McClung of Ironton, Ohio, returned today from Lake Maxinkuckee, where they have spent the past week with i!he latters' son, James, whoi has entered the academy. Mrs. McClung vrill spend a week visiting in the city with her mother, previous to her departure Logansport Pharos-Tribune TUESDAY, July 5, 1921.





Mr. and Mrs. John Wagner and daughter Jane have returned from the Routh cottage, Lake Maxinkuckee where they spent several days. Logansport Pharos-Tribune TUESDAY, July 5, 1921.





Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Fisher and children who have been visiting in the city with Mrs. Adah Powell o£ North St., and at the Fisher cattage,Lake Maxinkuckee, departed for their home at Morehouse, Mo, after an extended visit Logansport Pharos-Tribune TUESDAY, July 5, 1921.





House Party A party composed of Mr. and Mrs clarence Znn and their house guest, Miss Thuselda furst, Mr. and Mrs Dwignt Closson and Herbert Arrick left today for Lake Maxinkuckee where they will spend several days as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Max Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Case Logansport Pharos-Tribune Satuday june 2 1921





Harry Case and J. T. Elliott. Jr. are, spending a few days at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Tribune Wedebsday June 29, 1921.





Tom Navin left, yesterday for Culver Military Academy where he will enter the summer naval school. Logansport Pharos-Tribune Logansport Pharos-Tribune Wedebsday June 29, 1921.





WANTED — An experienced cook to go to Lake Maxinkuckee month of July. Phone 23S1. Logansport Pharos-Tribune WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1921.





Some of the young ladies in the office spout the weed-end at LakeMaxinkuckee and flirted to much with Old Sol Logansport Pharos-Tribune TUESDAY, JUNE 28, 1921.





Miller Reunion. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Stuart, Miss Eva Stuart, Voss Polen, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Calvert. Mrs. Albert and Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Stuart, ail of this city, and Mr. and Mrs. Granvine Kesling attended the Miller family reunion which was held Sunday at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Tribune MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1921





Home Party. Mm. Harry Case is entertaining a party of thls this week at her summer horne at Lake Maxinkuckee. The party lft this city this morning and will remain at the lake until Suturday Guests for the week will be the Misses Irma Douglass, Frances Yang, Olive Downling, Heien Bishop Josephine Hatch. Ruth Scott, Ad Powell and Margaret Emalie Logansport Pharos-Tribune MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1921,





Miss Virginia Bentley, Mies Dorothy Harrison and Don Grabe spent Saturday at Lake Makinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Tribune MONDAY, July 18, 1921. Logansport Pharos-Tribune MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1921,





William S Margoiwki of this city nttended the Indiana Pharmeceoutical meetng at Maxinkuckee this wee and won first prize, amounting to forty dollars, for being the best stager in the association. Logansport Pharos-Tribune on June 25, 1921





Miss Sallie Greensfelder went to , Lake Maxinkuckee today, where she will be the gueet of Miss Gertrude Funk for a tew days- Logansport Pharos-Tribune FRIDAY, JUNK 24, 1921.





Walter Foskett spent today at Lake Maxinkuckee at the Furguson cottage. Logansport Pharos-Tribune Wedensday june 22, 1921





Mr. and Mrs. Max Fisher and Mr and Mrs. Harry Caso will leave soon, for Lake Maxinkuckee where they will spend July and August. Logansport Pharos-Tribune WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 1921.





Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Goss spent yesterday at Lake Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Tribune MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1921,





Picnic at Lake Complimentary to her house guest Miss Caroline O'Connor of Indianapolis, Miss Rose Mahoney of East Broadway, is entertaining & party of young ladies at a picnic at Lake Maxinkuckee today. The party Is composed of Misses Irene Gainor, Marjorie Douglass, Rose Mahoneyi Helen Railsback, Caroline O'Connor of Indianapolis and Meadames Eugene Armacost and L. U. Mclntyre, the party motored to the lake Logansport Pharos-Tribune SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1921.





Miss Dorothy Meyer of the Barnes apartments, has returned from Lake Maxinkuckee, where she was the guest of the Menominee Campfire Girls, who are spending the week at the Nethercutt cottage. Logansport Pharos-Tribune friday JUNE 10, 1921.





Mrs- J. W. Ballard is spending the week at Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Tribune WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1921.





Mesdames Bell, Dykeman, Torr, Frazee, Nelson, Rogers and Miss Aldrich went to Lake Maxinkuckee today for a short stay at the Snider cottage. Logansport Pharos-Tribune SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1921





Outing at Maxlnkuckee. The Menominee Campfire Girls will leave tomorrow for a week's outingat Lake Maxinkuckee. where they will be guests at the Nethercutt cottage. The girls will be chaperoned by their guardian. Miss Harriet Mehaflie and Mrs. Arthur Burley. Logansport Pharos-Tribune THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1921.





Mr. and Mrs. Art ROuth and childen have gone to lake makinkuckee where they will open their summer cottage Logansport Pharos-Tribune Saturday May 28, 1921





State Geologist Blatcheley In his annual report for 1900 will show that Maxinkuckee Lake has forty-three varieties of fish, more than any other lake in Indiana Logansport Pharos-Tribune SATURDAY, APril 2, 1921





WANTED—Competent girl for general housework at Maxinkuckee lake for summer. no objection to lady with small child. Mrs. M. Winfield, 719 Market street. Logansport Pharos-Tribune SATURDAY, APRIL 2,4, 1921.





Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Routh have returned to their home In Sandusky, Ohio, after having spent several months at their summer home at Lake Maxinkuckee. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, SUNDAiY October 9, 1921





Returning Home. After a very pleasant vacation spent partially in Logansport and partly at Lake Maxinkuckee at the old Vaughn cottage there, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Vaughn, Jr., are returning today to their home in Omaha, Neb. Mr. Vaughn Is connected with the Missouri Pacific railroad and duties call him home. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1921.





Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Sines spent the week end at Lake Maxinkuckee. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1921.





VISITS FRIENDS HERE Sidney Vaughn and family of Omaha, Nebraska, are in this city visiting. Vaughn is employed in the engineering department of the Union Pacific at Omalia, .and expects to visit with his sister, Mrs. Don Harrell for several days. He later expects to spend several days at the Vaughn cottage at Lake Maxinkuckee. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1921..





Mr. and Mrs. George Babcock are spending the week-end at Lake Maxinkuckee, the guests at the Ferguson cottage. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1921.





Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ferguson and daughter Bertha have closed their cottage at Lake Maxinkuckee and have returned to the city LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1921.





Mrs. Ben Porter has returned from a visit with Mr and Mrs. M. A. Flannagan at Lake Maxinkuckee LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS. SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 1921





Mrs. A. J. Murdock and Mrs. Patterson will return home today after spending several weeks at Lake Maxinkuckee LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1921.





Mrs. Grover Smith of East Miami avenue has returned home after spending a few days with Mrs. William Gremespacher at their cottage at Lake Maxinkuckee LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1921.





The week end guests at Dr. Oberlin'scottage at Lake Maxinkuckeeenjoyed a dance at Bass Lake Sunday evening. Among the members in the party were Misses Ruth Flanegin, Frances Daugherty, Georgia and Alice Shorter, Joe Helvie, Dod Warner, Dan Moore and Bud Campbell LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1921





Stars In Play.

One of the most beautiful pageants ever-staged was that presented Saturday evening at the Culver Military Academy when "The Glory of the Morning" charmed hundreds of spectators with the blue distanced Maxinkuckee as the "back drop" and the perfect shoreline and trees the stage and "wings," lighted by myriads of electric searchlights which shimmered to broken tints In the blue of the water, the stage setting was all that Nature In her fondest moments could have provided.

The production with an added prologue and other adaptations was especially arranged for this occassions, being among the first of the summer school commencement exercises and was perhaps of the most picturesque. Of especial interest to local people

Of especial interest to local people is the fact that Miss DorothyWilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wilson who reside at the lake during the warm weather months, was the star of the whole evening. She took the part of "Glory of the Moaning," the leading lady in t|he playlette and brought much credit upon herself with her altogether charming personality and splendid portrayal of her role. The story was of the early Wlnnebago tribe and told of the marriage of "Glory of the Morning" and "The CheValier" which was taken by Lieut. Mather of' the Academy. There was the prologue, and two scenes.

There were many local people in attendance and said that the play was Indeed worthy of all the praise that could be said of it.

LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1921





Miss Jessie Uhl wijl return this week from a visit at the Jenks cottage at Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Tribune FRIDAY, AUGUSTM 19, 1921





Mrs. F. M. Taft and son Charlesraid Miss Gertrude Closson motored to Maxinkuckee yesterday and are spending several days the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Graham. LOGANSPORT MORNING PRESS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1921





Mr. and Mrs. Vic Wiler and son Billy have returned from a three weeks outing at Lake Maxinkuckee, where they had a cottage which will be occupied during the remainder of the month by Mr. and Mrs Henry Wiler, Mrs. Art Black and children of Toledo, Ohio, who left for the lake today. Logansport Pharos-Tribune THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1921





DOROTHY WILSON TO TAKE PART ACADEMY PAGEANT

Local Woman to Have Leading Part in "The Glory of the Morning" at Culver Saturday.

Next Saturday evening on the shores of Lake Maxinkuckee, a beautiful pageant will be given, entitled "The Glory of the Morning," by the academy. It is an Indian play andMist Dorothy Wilson ot this city, is to play the title part, that of on Indian fill married to a Frenchman, back In the days of long ago.

J B Froome. Jr., producing director of the Little Playhouse the theatre of Cincinnati, who is dramatic instructor of the Culver summer schools, is directing the pageant. Mr. Froome had charge of "Caliban," the huge pageant riven at Harvard severai years ago, and has had considerate experience with out of door performances.

Capt. Ralph Hubbartl, son of the late E!bert Hubbard is directing the Indian dances and ceremonials. He is an authority on Tndian lore, stories and dances, and has many thousands of dollars worth of Indian costumes and paraphernalia, which Is to be used in this performance. Mr. Huibbard witnessed a rehearsal of the pageant and expressed great admiration and praise for the Indian atmosphere which has been injected Into the play.

Miss Wilson is enthusiasticaly working for the success of the play, and Is assisting the director as well as taking the leading role. She; states that the Culver authorities beautiful spectacles ever given on the moonlit campus, where the lake will be in the background and campfires across the bay. Canoes will float down the moonlit path on which will play colored lights. The big orchestra will play Indian music of Cadman and Hiawatha, a fitting accompanymant to the magnificent spectacle.

Logansport Pharos-Tribune TUESDAY; AUGUST 16, 1921





Mr. and Mrs. Guy Menaugh, formerly of this city, have returned to their home in Sandusky, Oh. after a month's visit with relatives in this city and at lake Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Tribune Tuesday August 16 1921





Adolph and Louis Tirmenstein spent Sunday at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Tribune FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1921





Miss Mary Hooley spent Sunday at the Hooley-CarrolI cottaga at the lake. Logansport Pharos-Tribune FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1921





Guests At Lake. Mrs. D, D. Fickle, Miss Ova Cox and Mrs. B. F. Louthnin spent yesterday at Lake Maxinkuckee, the. guests cf Charles Barnes and Mrs. George Funk Logansport Pharos-Tribune FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1921,





Honor Mr. and Mrs. Kline Complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kling of South Bend, formerly of this city,, who were recently married, the employes of the "South Bend Overland Agency and their rarmlies, gave an elaborate all day picnic last Sunday at the Lake Maxinkuckee park. Mr. Kling is a member of the South Bend Overland agency frim.

A color scheme of pink and white was carried out in the table decorations and the picnic dinner menu.





Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hooley of he Westside will spend Sunday with their family at Lake Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Tribune WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1921





Miss Naomi Harrington has returned from a week end visit with friends at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Tribune WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1921.





Miss Jess Wymer and Del Shawley of Marion, are guests at the W. A. Routh cottage at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Tribune WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1921.





House Party. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Wiler entertained at a weekend party at their cottage at lake Maxkinkukee. Guests at the house party were mr. and mrs w. o. murdock,, mr. and mrs. sol cook, and dr. and mrs. charles Ballard.





Miss Ruth Sehrt will leave Sunday noon for Lake Maxinkuckee to spend the week. Logansport Pharos-Tribune Friday August 5, 1921





Mrs. Pa uline Illingworth has returned home after visiting with her sistter, Mrs. J. D. Ferguson at Lake Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Tribune Thursday AUGUST 4, 1921,





Mr. and Mrs. Hariey Benner and family spent Sunday at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Tribune THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1921





Return from Culver .

The Ta-Ta-Pochon Campfire Girls returned yesterday from an enjoyable week's camping trip to Lake Maxinkuckee. where they were guests at the F. C. Murphy cottage,

Campfire activities proved very interesting,especially the cooking. The girls were divided into three groups, each group cooking a meal each day. The following menus took the breakfast, dinner and supper hours

Breakfast—Orange halves, bacon, scrambled eggs, bred, cr ulls, butter and cocoa. This was prepared by Peggy Horn, Mary Alice Porter and Charlotte Grace.

Dinner.—Boiled bam. creamed potatoes, salad, corn on cob, bread, butter, jelly, fruit ealad, cake and punch. Prepared by Frances Murphy, Marion Taylor, Florence Bowphy, Marion Taylor, Florence Bowyer and Margaret Newby

Supper.—Tomato soup, crackers salmon, potato patties, cabbage salad, sliced peaches, wafers and orangeade sliced peaches, wafers and orplace Gordon. Velda Reed and Beatrix Bumpas.

On Friday the girls enjoyed a seven-mile hiko and on Saturday eveing campfire stunts were put on and six pounds of marshmallows were toasted. Those who enjoyed the trip — were the Misses Charlotte Grace, Beatrix Bumpas, Mary Alice Porter, Marian taylor, peggy Horn, frances Murphy, velda Reed, Elizabeth gordon, Margaret newby, florence bowyer of chicago and rita poper of Indianapolis. Mrs. bert castle, guardian.

Logansport Pharos-Tribune TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1921.





Mrs. Jonathan Grable spent the weekend at the Charles Barnes cottage. Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Tribune TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1921.





Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Seiter and family, of Eel River avenue, will leave soon for Lake Maxinkuckee where they have rented the Trout cottage for the month of August. Logansport Pharos-Tribune MONDAY, AUGUST 1, 1921.





Several from here spent Thursday at Lake Maxinkuckee taking advantage of the Sunday school, excursion which went from Frankfort. Logansport Pharos-Tribune SATURDAY, July 30, 1821





Mr, and Mrs. Victor Wiler and son wili spend the week end with Mr. ar.ri Mrs. Walter Foskett at Lake Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Tribune SATURDAY, July 16, 1921





Mrs.' Bob King is the guest of Mr and Mrs. Art Routh at their cottage at Lake Maxinkuckee, Logansport Pharos-Tribune FRIDAY, July 15, 1921





Paul Norzinskay and Miss Mollie Livingstone spent Sunday at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Tribune THURSDAY, July 14, 1921





Ta-Ta-Pochon Camp Fire girls met Saturdav sit the home of Miss Elizabeth Gordon Broadway, for their meeting. During the afternoon plans were made for the camping trip to Lake Maxinkuckee and arrangements were also completed for the reg ular monthly outing which will be held at Lake Cicott Friday of this week. Logansport Pharos-Tribune TUESDAY, July 12, 1921.





Mr .and Mrs. Russel Leonard are spending a two weeks' vacation at Lake Maxinkuckee. Logansport Pharos-Tribune TUESDAY, July 12, 1921.





Mr. and Mrs. Max Fisher returned today from Baltimore. Md where they have been for some time, and are now at their summer cottage at Lake Maxinkuckee Logansport Pharos-Tribune MONDAY, July 11, 1921.





How to Get to Culver

There are two routes to this beautiful Summer resort, the shortest being through Kewanna, but owing-to the fact, that this road is undergoing repairs, from Kewanna to Culver , the best route, although a little longer, would be through Rochester. The route from. Logansport via Rochester our suggestion to motorists contemplating this trip would" be to take the Pleasant Grove Pike directly north to Lease's Corner, a distance of about seven and one-half miles, then turn to right, follow this route a distance of two miles, where it intersects the Michigan road, then turn to the left and follow the Michigan road through F ulton and Rochester to a distance of seven mlies north of Rochester. Here you will find a sign marked "To Culver ." Turn to your left and follow the H. M. C. Highway directly into Culver . This is a splendid gravel road all the way.

Lake Maxinkuckee is one of the most pop ular resorts in Northern Indiana. Its shores are lined with cottages owned by people from practically all over the State. It is the sits of the Culver Military Academy, whose Summer Naval School ranks second to only that of Annapolis. At the lake you will find plenty of first-class hotel accommodations, excellent fishing, and numerous pleasure and row boats.

Logansport Pharos-Tribune FRIDAY, July 8, 1921









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