Tipton Tribune, Tipton, IN 19 Aug 1931

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Tipton Tribune, Tipton, IN 19 Aug 1931 - ounty; Lawrence township in Marion county and...
ounty; Lawrence township in Marion county and Posey town-! 'liip in Harrison county. Thisj '•rings the total number of infest-j •i! townships to 3CI> and the totali minber of counties from :!T to -15.' >in Last year Wildcat arid Madison, ownships were placed in the I iuarantin« district but this was mly because these townships \vere : djoinitiK sort ions' that were in-' 'erted and make the quarantine ines strai.eliter HIP two townships; n tliis ••.•oiinjy were included. Now. is found the worm has moved; oiith and west and the report, tntis Tiptou <-oiinty is now in-! ect«d. . | Xt-xl year t!ie quarantine line vill go farther wes.1. and it is cer-. .iin Cicero and Lilierty will be ml in tile restricted area and it, •: possible the line will extend ver to include Prairie and on townships. Wedding. Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Pickering, 10 West Adams street, celc- iratcd their nventieth wedding nniversary Sunday by entertain- iig with a family dinner party it their home. A bountiful pitch-in dinner was erved at nopn. and the day was nost enjoyably spent in visiting ogether. Mr. and Mrs. Picker-. UK were th,e recipients of several lice gifts. Those present besides Mr. and .Irs. Pickering and their four ihildrcn. Kdwin, Ruth. Jean and •:ivin. were Mr. Pickering's par- •nls, Mr. and Mrs. 'W. K. Pick- •riiiu'. and son Arnold, of near Vevada; Mr. and Mrs. Merrill; •'ord and two sons of near Nevala, Nevala, Mrs. Ford being a sister of ,Ir. Pickering: W. II. White., of ripton, father of Mrs. Pickering, itid her brothers and sisters as ollows: Mr. 'and Mrs. T. . L. old Thomas of Indianapolis. Mrs. Everett Daugherty and Minetta Daugherty of Indianapolis returned returned home with Bert Thomas visited- until Thursday evening'. evening'. Mr.-and Mrs. Charlie Dewitt. daughters Rachel and Nina enrer- tained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. William .Kempr•-.- daughters Dorothy and Hetty a 1 son Ned of near Hobbs. and > ; "s. Mary Dewitt. Dewitt. Afternoon gues. were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Koept r and Kd Dewitt. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Shields, daughters. Marjurie Jean and Elizabeth Ann and son Don of I Lowell. Mass.. Vera Shields of Kokomo. Mrs. James Shields and J Mildred Shields were Wednesday j dinner guests of Mrs. Sarah McKay McKay of Kokomo. Ralph Dillman spent the past j week' with relatives in Muncie. | Mr. and Mrs. Basil Orr .1111 lioiiby spent Tuesday with relatives in Indianapolis. Mrs. Velma Henderson of Oklahoma Oklahoma City, Mr. and Airs. Walter King of Kokomo were Friday dinner cut'sts of the hitter's sister sister Mrs. Dallas Hawkins and husband. husband. Mr. an:! Mrs. King remained remained for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. James Pickett of j KpUomu were Friday evening; guests of the former's parents j Mr. and Mrs. Win. Picked. "Chas. i Pickett returned home Friday • evening after spending th» week ( ivith his father. ; •Mr. and Mrs. Tunis Henderson! entertained at dinner Friday, Mrs.;. Koral Sanders'of Crown Point., Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gibson of, Indianapolis.. Mrs. Anna Shields.: daughter Vera of Kokcnno. Mrs.; Susiaii Henderson. Mrs. Lizzie.; Hayes and Mrs. Delia Cage. | Mr. and Mrs. Kmery Dark and i da-lighters Unity Knse and Susan-j na of Sharpsville. Mr. and Mrs.! Basil Orr and son Bobby were; guests of .Mr.! Curtis Richard. j Dewitl and Jean -De-1 week with i and grandson Max visited with friends in Kokomo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tunis Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lee attended the Lee reunion the the Tiptou park Sunday. jk The Helpful Hint club held their picnic ,at the Tipton Park Thursday. There were thirty-six present to enjoy the pitchin dinner dinner and the contests during the aftreuoon. The next meeting will be in September with Mrs. Clara Crousore. Mr. ami Mrs. Harley Pickett were Friday dinner guests of the ! former's parents Mr. and Mrs. William Pickett of Nevada. Mr. and Mrs. Garth Scott of Lafayette spent the week end with the latter's parents Mr. and j Mrs. Jasper Henderson. Mrs. James Shields entertained Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. and I Lewis Shields and .daughters Mar' Mar' jorie Jean and Elizabeth Ann of Lowell. Mass.. Mrs. Koral San- j ders of Crown Point, Mr. and Mrs. j Chester Gibson of Indianapolis. i Mrs. Anna Shields and daughter. | Vera of Kokomo. Mrs. Emma I liennett and daughter Stella, Mrs. j Ora Cotton.tim and dauchter | Gwendolyn.- Vhite and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. G. iK. Manning and daugh- Thursday evening er, of Anderson: Mr. and. Mrs. ;ind Mrs. ".. F. Slick, of Elwood; Mr. and Robert Vlrs K. W. White and three chil- witt spent the Iren, of Kokomo. and Rev. and their grandfather Jerry Smith of \lrs. S. A. Gordon and daughter.' Kokomo. . if Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. Billhi- Mrs. Mary Dewitt is visiting inner, inner, of Anderson, old friends of definitely with her son Mr. and he Pickerings, were also guests Mrs. Charles Dowitt and daugh- or the afternoon. .Standard Bearers. ters near Windfall. : • Marjorio Jean ' Shields and | Klizabeth Ann Shields of Lowell., Mass., spout Tuesday with their aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. '.V. W. Shiehis ;uid daughters of- Kokomo. Oline-Tyner of Sharpsvjlle was night and Monday I The Standard Bearers of the Hopewell Methodist church will meet Friday night at 7:30 o'clock! it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lora j Smith. Every member is urged to ••e present and to bring mito box-j the Sunday •s for the mite box opening. j Ruest of Rachel Dew.tt. •.» ! j'lr. and Mrs. Harley Pickett XKVAJ>A-H<)rKWI-:iiL. j entertained at a pitchin supper ; i Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Mr. a,nd Mrs. August Meith of '. |,,. w i s Shields, son Don and Indianapolis spent the past \yeek } c i ;llls hters. Marjorio Jean and with the former's uncle Mr. and: Eij za l)eth Ann'of Lowell. Mass, Mrs. Robert Koeper. • Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thomas, i Pauline Henderson of Wana-j j ]rs Kverett Daugherty, Minetta maker spent the week end with j naugherty, Robert Thomas of her parents. Mr. and'Mrs: L'lysses | i n rtj all apolis. Delcie Shields of Henderson. • | Kokomo. Rert Thomas of Fair- Mr, and Mrs. William Pickett | fip ] ( i _ Mf. s .James Shields, Mr. and were Thursday afternoon guests) Mrs j esse shields and daughters MANAGER'S ANNIVERSARY SALE lona Flour, per sack ... Peas, Corn and Tomatoes, new pack, tall cans, 3 for ... Pure Lard, per lb Pork -Sausage, per lb 41c natoes, 25c lOc lOc of Mr. and Mrs. James Pickett of Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. August. Meit'.; of Indianapolis, Mr. and-.Mrs. Rebert Koeper were Thursday dinner guests of Willie Rode and family family near East Union. Mr. .and Mrs: Lewis Shields and son Don of Lowell, Mass;, Bert Thomas of Fairfield.and Mrs. Leona Pickett were Tuesday dinner dinner guest's, of Mr. and Mrs. Har- Uretcheu. Mildred and Margaret. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Williams Diana Tonight and Thursday TWO MORE BARGAIN PAYS Admission IOC TO ALL One Thin Dime Will Adm 'You to See "ALIBI" Will' Chester Morris, Irma Harrison HIM« Reftis Toomey Roland West, thn: director that made "Hell Harbor, 1 ' made this g' -i PP ln K nmlCT drama. Itlazing «uns, blaring sirens, blinding lights — in triguc and crime. You will thrill to the rush of this <•*citing <•*citing conflict between police and crooks. Also "His Public," a Good Two-Reel Comedy. Drags and at Friday and Saturday The Triumphant Return of Richard IMnwdge in Meadow Gold Ice Cream

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  2. 19 Aug 1931, Wed,
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