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\i. C. I. V. Meeting. There was a Uirpo attendance of members and guests, pri'.sent Thursday aflornoon for the regular regular meet in:.' of'the W. C. T. IT. for ' May held with Mrs. Lee Leatherman, Leatherman, ut her home ou North Main street. The attendance was much larger than for some time and much interest was iaki>n in the discussion of the siihjei-ts, vital to civic interests. In ihe absence of the 'president. .Mrs. Otto Trittschuh Trittschuh Mrs. 3. K. Knowlton, president president of the Tipicm County W. C. T. U. presidr-I. at tin- meeting. Mrs. Y;i! Craft lf<l in the opening opening devotional services. Mrs. Lcatlicnnaii led in u round tablo discussion of the topics with whii-h i he country is dealing at the present time, the Prohibition question and Uepeal of Volstead Act." The discussion was ei'ee'p- tionally interesting. ' Social features were enjoyed following the meeting. Saturday morning and tliey be delivered Saturday afternoon. This is a most worthy family and every member who can is urged to bring donations. During .the social features which followed the lodge session. a surprise handkerchief shower was given Mrs, Nannie Plake. who recently returned from spending the winter in Texas. Social features and refreshments were also served in her honor. Kiguui Delta I'i. The Sigma Delta Pi sorority, will he entertained Monday evening evening at 7:30 o'clock, by Miss Mary Dalton at her home 224 East Washington street. Every member is urged to he present. Jiclzcr Funeral. UohckaU Lodge. The members of Tipton Uebel;ah Uebel;ah Lodge N'o. SOL' enjoyed a good attendance of members and an interesting meeting Thursday night at .the 1. O. O. F. hall. Mrs. Jeannette Kayls, noble grand, presided. Following a business session report was made of a needy family whom the lodge has been, caring for through the winter. winter. There is still great need iu the home, and members will give a donation Saturday. Food, staple groceries, money, etc.. can he left at the 'Kessler Auto Parts store on Kast Jefferson street, The funeral services for Mrs. Mary Belzer, wife of John Belzer, whose death took place at her iBnne in Arcadia, Tuesday night. were held Friday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at the late home. The services were conducted by R.ev. A. E. Scotten and were attended attended by a large number of relatives relatives and friends. Burial was in the Scherer cemetery southwest of Arcadia. Taken to Hospital. Friday afternoon the Leatherman Leatherman ambulance took Mrs. Enos Smith of S17 North Main street to the Coleman hospital where she will be treated. The husband accompanied her to the hospital with the ambulance. fields. In 1840 she began a campaign campaign through editorials for mak- ng Thanksgiving a national holiday holiday and its celebration all over the country on the same day. She continued this campaign until President Lincoln in 1863 gave recognition and the last Thursday Thursday in November was adopted. President Johnson issued the first president's proclamation. Mrs. Markley received entbusi- astic commendation splendid review. for her Baptist market, Saturday, Arkenau's; chicken, noodles, cakes, pies, salads, otber good eats. c-191 At the Ritz. John Barrymore and Lionel Barrymore make their first screen ppearance together in "Arsene Lupin," colorful French mystery drama, which will be shown at he Ritz Theatre Friday and Saturday. Saturday. The picture based on the Paris tage success by Maurice Le Blanc and Francie de Croisset, de- icts the entertaining career of a iebonair master thief who is railed by an implacable detective hrough the gay salons of Paris ith interesting details of the Apache underworld thrown in for good measure. John Barrymore plays the thief and his brother, jionel, the detective. Karen Morey, Morey, John Miljan and Tully Marbal Marbal also have important roles. ••» i Widow Sole Beneficiary. The will of the late H. R. iuckstep was probated in the Howard circuit court Thursday, proof being made by Thomas F. Harper who with Elva Harper were the subscribing witnesses to the instrument which was made April 5, 1919. By the terms of the will the widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Huckstep is made the sole beneficiary and

Clipped from The Tipton Daily Tribune13 May 1932, FriPage 6

The Tipton Daily Tribune (Tipton, Indiana)13 May 1932, FriPage 6
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