The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 5, 1935 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, April 5, 1935
Page 6
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" fW^TplfM^^ " ~ ",•,' H. ;"-"^-Cit"*i"-^--:/ .-*. »- ,' - BLOUSES $1.00 to $1.95 Silk DRESSES $2.95 Up ' SKIRTS $1.95 . SLIPS $1.39 to $2.25 , SOFT HATS 59c STRAW HATS $1.29 to $2.50 We Have a Number of New Items, Just in.This Week, Which Are (Very Attractively Priced. BE SURE TO VISIT OUR STORE ARCADIA. Don Dickover and family of Indianapolis and Mr. and Mrs. ' Merritt Marquis of Cicero were Sunday guests of Mrs. Nina Rodenbeck and Mrs. Mollie Dickover. Leonard and family of Muncie. Mr. and Mrs. Olive Myers of Broad Ri-pple were guests Monday of Mrs. Otie Myers and Edna Stout. Hazel Stout was a Monday night guest. Mary Emma Sowers spent Sat- Martha Jane Dickover remained j urday and Sunday in 1 Indianapolis for a week's visit with her aunt as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Conand grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Branson were given a surprise and house warming in thier new store location Saturday evening. The rad Rodenbeck. Mary Lou and Frank Lee Rodenbeck accompanied her home and Mary Lou will visit Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sowers and Frank Lee will visit Dr. and Mrs. surprise was complete in every Frank Rodonbeek. •way as neiher Mr. and Mrs. Branson nor Mrs. Charles Boothe who June Baker entertained at a slumber party Tuesday evening in clerks in the store nor their honor oE the seventeenth birth- daughter Mrs. Irene Hill who was day of Ranyta Sowers. Miss Sow- visiting them knew of the plans jers, Edna Evelyn Waltz ind Jean- for the evening. The guests brought home made ice cream and three large cakes and these •were served later in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Shorter, of ette Shaffer. The girls had been 1 to Indianapolis Tuesday with the Home Economics class and later in the evening attended the Senior class play rehearsal. Mrs. Eugene Overdorf enter- Indianapolis were guests Sunday i tained the members of the It. N. of Mrs. Elizabeth Jorden and; Bridge Club at her country home daughter Isabelle. Mr. and Mrs.! west of town Tuesday evening Frank Devaney of Greencasllel with six members present and were Saturday and Sunday guests j two guests. Mrs. Overdorf and In the Jordan home. They brought | Gertie Knapp. Several games of Lloyd Barnett who had been i bridge wore enjoyed and at the spending the winter in their home '' close of the evening prizes were to the home of Mr. and Mrs. awarded to Maxine Hill first. Mary Charles, DeVaney to spend the j Shaffer, second, and Mrs. Overdorf summer. Mr. Barnett will go to | consolation. Anna Marie Learning Peru next week for a few weeks'! was the winner of the travel visit with his half brother and; prize. A luncheon was served to wife Mr. and Mrs. Charles i those mentioned and Mrs. Barney Loucks. Tuesday Mr. Barnett. Cox, Mrs. William Hughes, and Mrs. Charles DeVaney and Mrs. Mrs. Raymond Kna-pp. John McGill were dinner guests The Royal Neighbor lodge hold of Mrs. Joe Leeman at Omega. ; their regular meeting Friday aft- Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stodgill ', ernoon at the home of Mrs. Eliza- of Hammond are spending a few belli Jordan with the following days here with her parents Mr.' members present: Mrs. Vint Caland Mrs. Charles Leach while Mr. vin, Mrs. Charles Hensel, Mrs •Stodgill is recuperating from a Wylie Turner, Mrs. Jake Shafer recent operation. land Mrs. Cora Heflin. The regular Helen Stinson of Lapel and i routine of business was held after Jake Nieman of Dunkirk were ; which all enjoyed a social hour, guests Saturday evening of Mr. | Ruth Lessig and friends, and and Mrs. Ed Bond. Mildred Bond Mrs. Marshall Branson took Mrs of Indianapolis spent Saturday i Irene Hill and daughter Jane who night and Sunday with her par- ; had been visiting in the Branson ents. Sunday, Miss Bond. Mr. i home for several days to their Bond, Mr. Nieman and Miss Mary: home in Marion Sunday after- Barton' of Indianapolis motored noon'. Monday. Jane underwent an to Bloomington and visited the i operation for the removal of her former's brother and son. Ed! tonsils and adenoids and came Bond Jr.' '• through the operation fine. Mr. and Mrs. Ote Leonard had; Mrs. Elmer Long was hostess as their dinner guests Sunday, to the members of the Afternoon "Mrs. Margaret Dellinger of Ander-I Bridge Club at her home Tuesday son, Avery Caylor, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Major of Omega and Larue afternoon with seven members and two guests present. Tables Crosley Refrigerators $79.5O and up SMALL DOWN PAYMENT — EASY TERMS TRADE IN YOUR ICE BOX were arranged for several games of bridge and at the close of the afternoon prizes were awarded_tq Mrs. Glen Drumm first, Mrs. Mark McGill second and Mrs. Carl Overdorf consolation. Mrs. Drumm also won the travel prize. A luncheon was served . to the guests, Mrs. Drumm and Mrs. Vane Learning and members. Mesdames Ray Hildebrand, Floyd Cunningham, Carl Overdorf, Eugene Overdprf, diet Hall, Mark McGill. The club will meet in two weeks with Mrs. Hildebrand. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Kerr of Versailles, Ohio, were Saturday dinner guests of the former's sis- ter Mrs. H. R. Hartley.: little Jane Hartley accompanied uncle for a few and aunt to Vincennes weeks' visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Kerr. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Farrar who have been spending the winter in Florida spent several days this week here with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Farrar enroute to their home in' Alma, Mich. •Mr. and Mrs. Martin j Justice of Millersburg are the parents of a baby daughter born I Saturday morning. This is the second child in the home, and she is 1 welcomed by one sister. Mrs. Justice was formerly Miss Beatrice Nance. Fraiik Eller, IS^year-old son of Mr., and Mrs. Frank Eller, is reported to be improving after being injured Tuesday afternoon when the steering wheel in his car broke, and he hit a tree near Walnut Grove. Six stitches were required to close the gash in his face, and his left knee was crushed and his right hand badly cut. He also suffered severe bpuises. GOLDSMITH. Those from a distance attending the funeral of Lora Smith, a long-time resident of the Goldsmith and Hopewell communities, held ; at the j Hopewell M. E. church Friday Iwere Mr. and" Mrs. Oren Kirliii of! Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Durham of Elwood, S. W. Hiattj and family, Mrs. -Minnie Denny, Walter Jarvis a>rl family and Irvin Can- of Leisure, Mr. and Mrs. Rikard, Sarah Perking and Rev. Porter Teter ;of Winchester, Pearl Woods and family of FairHeld, J. R. Wallace of Indianapolis, Lilly Haworth and Ross Vanbibber of Greentown, Mrs.! Nell McCarnan of Gary, Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Smith of Ft. Wayne and Prof. Z. M. Smith of Lafayette. The operetta "Bobby" given by the -Goldsmith high school Tuesday evening, April 2 in the school auditorium was a great success. The characters and their director, Mrs. iAddie Dunham were praised very lughly,for their splendid performance. The auditorium was filled to capacity. •!JVST VOUXG PVXKS." Trahi Bandits Were Not Profes. .sionnls, Conductor Says. (By United Press). Kankakee, 111., April a. — Four bandits who terrorized and robbed 50 passengers aboard the Illinois Central's; Loiilsianne .Lim- . ited probably wfe'te •"'"'drug'« store cow.boys" rather thajo, "desyra;- ' does of the old wild w.est variety, authorities here deduced today. Ed Jolly, veteran Pullman conductor, said the robbers rwere "just young punks, more nervous than the passengers."-^ He reported .that, the bandits overlooked, thousands, of dollars in loot, particularly a $7,SOT)rdIa-. mond ring which a woman-passenger wore. Ring memo ..note, books, DeLuxe grade. The Tribune Press. - • tf : The New Spring Hals Hundreds of those new styles are waiting for you to help you in your glorious Easter I'arade $1.39 Sale New Blouses I ' : ' Rayons, Crepes, Taffetas • IV ew materials and a special purchase of Taffetas, Karons and Crepes, for your now suits. Slenderizing Coats and Swanky Swagger Suits The Bettr Quality $9.95 The Coat Every one a style you would expect to pay a great deal more for; tweeds, plaids, sport models, diagonal woolens, in single and double breasted models. The Suits Higher priced suits ,than the regular $9.95; plain color diagonal) weaves, plaids, checks' and novelty; 1 long coat style; singlp and double breasted styles. Other New Suits We are repeating ajgain this exceptional sale for Saturday. Our regular $7.95 suits, plaids, checks, plain colors, light and dark colors; good length-coats; an exceptional saving. You Need is a DASH OF SPRING Brand New DRESSES $O.55 Continuing a Great Special The Bracks are loaded with gay, bright i colors for Easter, and we must be foremost in style and values. You will want several dresses at this i price. New prints, dots, stripes and any plain colors you de- Prints! Crepes! Plains! Stripes! • i 1 .. Border-prints! sre. A SWELL NEW EAStER SUIT FOR EVERY Boys' New Spring SUITS $5.95 2 Knickers Class for the young man! Four piece suits In tan .tweed, pinch back and patch pockets. Boys' Blue Cheviot Suits ~" a Knickers When He Step* Out on Gay Easter Students' New Spring SUITS Parade $6.95 Boys' Broadcloth SHIRTS . .**** For tite student who wants! style! These blue 'cheviots are, a wow! Tiro pants, sport} models, bias swing back and patch pockets. Other New StudentBfiSuite SPRING TOGS for GIRLS GOATS—7 to 14 Years wool tweeds and flannels, neatly styled and in spring's new colors C,OATS—2 to 6 Years .Bright red flannels, plain blues and greens, all wool, MISS TODDLER'S PBE MEN'S New Spring Suits 14.75 New light suits in spring's latest styles. tor the men and young men. All wool fabrics, 1 several types of mate* . rials; all alterations free. EXTRA TROUSERS

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