Fraternal Law Newsletter
History Market Street Grill restaurant is located in the historic S. Payne building, built in Samuel Jefferson Payne joined his brother, Thomas F. The business produced bedsteads, extension tables, center tables and stands, as well as bedroom suits. Their factory was located on the corner of Wabash and Water Streets. The company was dissolved in , although Thomas F. Samuel J. In , Samuel sold the building to Lawrence L. The sale being unsatisfactory, the building reverted back to Samuel.
Payne, however, was financially embarrassed and the building went into the hands of trustees. In , Louisa S. Jones purchased the building. By , the building was being used by the firm of W. Payne died on February 11, , the result of a fall on icy pavement near West Ward School. Six years after his death, the renaissance revival building he built was being used by Elsa "Smoke" A. Though both businesses changed hands several times, they remained until In the intervening years several other businesses were using the building.
The top floor was a bowling alley. A barber shop and package liquor store were also located there. In , the building was being used by Julius Goble as a bar and dancing hall known as the Rooster Tail. The Rooster Tail closed in The building then sat empty until when the Midnight Sun opened in a portion of the building facing Miami Street.
On December 22, , the building was purchased by James B. The Sunset Room was completely refurbished and opened on January 21, The Rio Grande and Cantina opened on April 15, Remodeling of the Midnight Sun was completed in September All of these rooms operated under the name of S. Payne until Mr. Moore's death in The facilities were re-opened in by William "Wild Bill" Gerding in Wild Bill started his new business as a club and bar then later ventured into the catering business with All Occasions.
In , Market Street Grill opened, and in conjunction with All Occasions has become the largest caterer in Wabash and surrounding counties. Market Street Grill has also repeatedly been voted the best steak, caterer and all around restaurant in Wabash County. Also won the Wabash Cannonball Cook Off in Tripadvisor Certificate Of Excellence.
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Indystar article ignores hazing and its traditions at Wabash. It also ignores past deaths and close calls at Wabash. Has good info on alcohol situation at Wabash. Comparisons with Ryder death of Gary Devercelly may be in order.
Student death may be 2nd linked to drinking Some question whether Wabash College needs more alcohol education By Heather Gillers, Francesca Jarosz and Dan McFeely Posted: October 7, The Wabash College student who died over the weekend appears to be the second freshman in a year to die in alcohol-related incidents during his first semester on campus. Crawfordsville police are investigating whether alcohol was involved in the death of year-old Johnny Smith, who was found dead at his Delta Tau Delta fraternity house Sunday morning.
Advertisement Click here to find out more! Relatives said they think he drank too much during homecoming festivities before his fraternity brothers put him to bed. Montgomery County Coroner Darren Forman said alcohol was a contributing factor. Now, students and administrators at the all-male college are questioning whether enough is done to teach freshmen about the dangers of alcohol. Instead, it relies on a code that calls on students to be gentlemen and responsible citizens.
Raters questioned whether teaching students about the hazards of alcohol when they are too young to drink legally was the right thing to do. Raters said the subject also sometimes comes up in weekly meetings involving college staff members, fraternity presidents and resident assistants.
Students cite traditions Some students say Wabash is not immune to the underage drinking that takes place on other campuses. Traditions such as homecoming are an excuse for some students to drink excessively, said Spencer Elliott, a Wabash junior from Fort Wayne. She said they were told that a member of the fraternity stayed with Smith until about 4 a.
Crawfordsville police said a call from the frat house came in at a. Relatives said Smith never drank alcohol growing up and had told his year-old cousin Eddie Brown by phone last weekend that he felt pressure to drink to avoid humiliation in front of his fraternity brothers. Other schools have acted Other schools have cracked down on hard-drinking fraternities and implemented curriculums aimed at preventing underage drinking.
Purdue University, for instance, provides a program that addresses alcohol for all students attending its five-day orientation, said Tammy Lowe, who oversees an initiative aimed at reducing high-risk drinking among first-year students.
At DePauw University, an alcohol task force with representatives from various campus departments works to be sure proper attention is focused on alcohol education. Gassman is executive director of the Indiana Prevention Resource Center at IU in Bloomington, which works to help prevent alcohol and drug problems. She suggests measures such as requiring programs about drinking alcohol, providing alcohol-free and drug-free venues for students, and reducing advertising and promotion of alcoholic beverages on campus.
Elliott agreed that more should be done. He said that, ideally, the momentum should come from students rather than administrators.
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Their factory was located on the corner of Wabash and Water Streets. The company was dissolved inalthough Thomas F. Samuel J. InSamuel sold the building to Lawrence L. The sale being unsatisfactory, the building reverted back to Samuel. Payne, however, was financially embarrassed and the building went into the hands of trustees.
InLouisa S. Jones purchased the building.
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Bythe building was being used by the firm of W. Payne died on February 11,the result of a fall on icy pavement near West Ward School.
Six years after his death, the renaissance revival building he built was being used by Elsa "Smoke" A. Though both businesses changed hands several times, they remained until In the intervening years several other businesses were using the building. The top floor was a bowling alley. A barber shop and package liquor store were also located there. Inthe building was being used by Julius Goble as a bar and dancing hall known as the Rooster Tail.
The Rooster Tail closed in These might have been songs my great grandparents knew. My grandparents lived through the pandemic, and perhaps by the time my parents were born in the s, it was better to laugh at death than to weep.
My father would scoff at earlier saccharine mawkishness. In the first verse the singer misses his dead mother and in the second, longs for the dead woman he loved, managing to condense two stereotypical plots into one. Artists and photographers created treasured deathbed portraits, matted with black frames.
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Cemeteries located in lush, green, pastoral settings were tourist attractions that inspired guidebooks. I have thought of these cultural artifacts and the rituals that surrounded them as Americans die in the hundreds of thousands from the pandemic.
Nonetheless, we now seem to be capable of incredible denial about our own mortality. Denial is most manifest in people who refuse to wear a mask, even though it could save their neighbors and themselves.
Modern medicine has made death less of an everyday occurrence—the symbols to remind us of it are certainly less pervasive.