The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 8, 1935 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, April 8, 1935
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Monday, April 8. 1S33. EVERYDAY PRICES $1.25 Indo-Vin 98c Arkenau's Drug Store Free. Deli very — Phone •!«. West Side Square Social Events Meeting Postponed. |JL I l> The mot-ring of the Women's Missionary society of the West Street Christian churcli which was to have been held Wednesday afternoon. has lie.-n postponed until a later date, diie to illness. All members are requested to take note and \vateh for a further announcement concerning the time of the meeting. 1'o.sler Class. The Foster class of the First Presbyterian church will enjoy a covered dish dinner \Vednesday evening at. K o'clock at the home of Mrs. Cora Foster. :'.2G North Main street. All ni«'inhi-rs are requested to take note of the time and be present with a covered dish and table service. Ixjynl TVmpi'i-anri' I,r»ioii.< 'All members of the Loyal Temperance Lesion a>v r< quested to meet in the basement of the Kemp Methodist church Tuesday and Thursday .evenings, immediately after school, to practirt- songs. Every .member is urged to take note and be present. •>•» MIMT.V .Matrons. The Merry Matrons rlub will meet Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. N". F. Molt at ln-r home. US \Valnut stre. i. All members are cordially invited to bo present. Busy Bee ("lull. Mrs. Allison will entertain the Busy Bee club Tuesday afternoon at her home, 315 South East street. A full attendance of mem- liers is desired. ADMITS MURDER. Farm Youth Confesses to the Kill- 'iiiB of Little Gii'l. (By United Tress). Dru'tnright, u'Kla., April 8. — Gabe Williams, a farm youth who directed a search for Kathryn Kline, missing seven - year - old daughter o'f an oil neld worker, confessed that he killed the child. Luster Cook, assistant county attorney said today. The child's body was found this morning ift a shed on the farm belonging to the youth's father. She had been beaten to death with a sandstone rock. Williams is confined to jail, where a crowd had gathered and feeling was running high. Officers took special precautions against violence. PROHK. Chicago Cluh Tragedy Still Re- maiiiti I'nsolved. (Hy United Tress). Chicago. April S. — Efforts to fix the origin of a fire which swapt the Club Rendezvous three weeks ago with a toll of seven lives failtd at an inquest today. The inquest was again continued until April 1M. Testimony brought out by Deputy Coroner S. J. Olivero centered around a theory that the fire, which spread through paper decorations of the night club with such rapidity that many were trapped, started from gas heater units. Saturday morning at 10:00 o'clock at the parsonage of the Congregational Church at Greentown, Rev. L. C. Wlnn united in marriage Attorney A. W. Bolton of Tipton and Miss Alma Bolton', residing southeast of Tipton. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Melissa Bolton residing southeast of Tipton. Her father Charles (Doc) Bolton has been deceased a number of years. She has been active in church, social and civic work in this community and is a popular young woman with many friends. Attorney A. W. Bolton, is well known having been born and reared in this community and for the past twelve years has been practicing law In Tipton, having served two terms as prosecuting attorney of the county and a present is county attorney, with offices in the Citizens Nationa Bank building. Following the wedding cere mony the young people came to their already furnished horn southeast of Tipton. Attorney Bolton was receiving congratulations at the courthous Monday morning.: In honor of the only [basketball learn T. H. S. ever pent to the state tournament, the| Beta Omicron chapter of Tri-Kappa are. giving a dance, April 12, at the K. of P. hall. The proceeds of this event, captloned thje Gingham Gallop, will be placet;in the sorority's milk fund, the resources of which have been heavily drained this year, due to the unusual number of school .cKiidren needing the milk. As-the name of this dance sug Wore at Lafayette. if DINNER. Mrs. Hnttie Thompson Entertained for Children. gests, feminine gu jsts should come attired in gingham or print frocks. Jude Pinnell's orchestra of Noblesville will furnish music for the occasion. CAXTATA AT ATLANTA. TO ATTEND FUNERAL. President AVill Attend Services for . Relative In New York. (I3v United Tress). Jacksonville. .Fla.. April S. — President Roosevelt boarded his special train here at 12:30 p. m. today and gave orders to proceed directly to New York, where tomorrow he will attend the funeral of Warren Delano Hobbins, minister to Canada. Also awaiting his attention was the 84,880,000.000 work-relief bill. It was not determined immediately whether the measure would be signed here or while he was en route north. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bauer residing near Tipton were at Lafayette Sunday where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Tug Smith and family and the former's mother, Mrs. Amanda Smith, who is in the St. Elizabeth hospital thero. Mrs. Smith fell two weeks ago Saturday and broke her left hip. The injured member was not placed in a east; but she is in a fracture bed, and the attending physician is of the opinion that the bones are healing as rapidly as possible, and that she is getting along very nicely. She is in room 238 at St. Elizabeth hospital, and would appreciate hearing from any of her many Tipton friends. Combined Choirs Will Present nil Raster Program. The choirs of the Christian and Methodist churches i in Atlanta and the churches ] at Walnut Grove and Omega wjill unite in presenting an Easter- cantat Thursday eveninjj^atj 8:00 o'clock at the Atlanta Methodist church The cantata is entitled "Lord of Hosts," and wilj be presentet by the same group on Friday ev ening at Walnut Grove. The public is cordially invited o attend this splendid service. Mrs. Hattie Thompson' enter- ained Sunday at her! home on Sycamore street with a surprise jirthday dinner in honor of her three children, Avln Lloyd whose anniversary was April 3, and Lorenzo and Vona Jean, whose birthdays were Sunday. A bountiful dinner was enjoyed at -the noon hour, with three large birthday cakes gracing the taWe. The cakes were baked by Mrs. Thompson' and Mrs. Elmer Stafford of Ekin, the latter being an' 'aunt of the honor guests. The three young people received many lovely gifts of which they are quite proud. Those present to enjoy the delightful day were Mrs. Harry Langolf and daughter, Bernice, Mrs. Merea Tucker and sons, John, Charles, and Junior, all ol Arcadia, Mrs. Elmer Stafford and sott, Eugene, Mr. and Mrs. Her shel VanBriggle, all of Ekin, and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse McNew, Mrs Clara Thompson, Mrs. Addle Coats, Theodore Sharp, Wayne Thomas, Robert Cox, Donald Murton. Ava Lee Waltz, Wilda Kleyla, Rachel Cox and Mary Maxine Hodum. ening servict led ;congregational sinking. Rev. 'Mr.'SeeliR-alpo sang a solo selection. " ' The Epwo-th League,, which celebrated its 45th anniversary Sunday, atte ided the,Sunday ev- as a delegation. \Vill Banquet Tonight. MADE A FORTUNE. Plunder Picked Four Winners and Received 831,781. Death of Uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Case let Sunday evening for Eureka, Illi nois, where they were called b the death of the latter's uncle They will remain until after th funeral services to be held Mon day. A Name Omitted. In the Goldsmith; items last veek, mention was made of a meeting of the Hopewell mission- try society and the liame of Mrs. .lildred Porter was unintentionally omitted from! the cast of he pantomime "Froth of the ,iquid Jade." Mention was also omitted of the antique tea urn U'hich was on. display at the meet- ng, loaned for the occasion by Mrs. H. 8. Matthcw;s of this city. licft Hospital. Sunday morning I the Leatherman ambulance removed Mrs Carey Endicott from the Beech, wood hospital to her home neai Atlanta, she having been unde: observation and treatment for the past few days. She Is reported to be getting along as well as pbs sible. j LENTEN SERVICES. Big Crowds at Methodist Church Sunday Despite Weather. Try a Tribune Tyant Ad. In spite of rainy weather goody sized crowds were attracted to he Lenten services at the Kemp Memorial Methodist'church Sunday. The morning sermon was de- .ivered by Rev. John Ward Rose, the. pastor, and the evening sermon by Rev. J. Floyd Seelig of Pendleton who is speaking at the evening servces throughout the series. He spoke Sunday evening on the question: "Who Crucified Jesus?" His sermon outlined the attitude of all classes of that day and their part in the crucifixion. His most serious indictment was placed at the feet of the Indifferent multitude. Dr. H. R.. Pearcy offered the evening prayer and the local church choir rendered an anthem under the flirectlon of their leader, Mrs. E. E. EUwards who also These services will be held each evening this week except Saturday. The series is announced to ;]cTbse next Sunday evening. j ^ BIRTHDAY SURPRISE. Sirs. C. E. Fondling Was Gnest of Houor Sunday. •i Mrs. C. E|.' Findling west of Tipton was jthe victim of a complete birthday surprise Sunday planned by Mr. Findling, and! daughters, IJTaomi Ruth and Mrs. Raymond Leininger, and a niece, Evelyn Messmore. Mrs. Findling's birthday was April- 5, ank the occasion was also in observation- of the- birthdays of Mrsl Guy Nash which was April 7, an'd Martha Nash and Mrs. Leinfnger which were April 8. | The guests were gathered • ai the home wlien Mr. and Mrs. Findling arrived home_frdm church, and the latter was quite overcome with surprise. She soon recovered and assiste^l the preparation of a bountiful pitchiri dinner, which included seyeral birthday cakes. All enjoyed a delightful scoial afternoon, departing af a late hour wishing the honor guest many happjy returns of the day. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nash and daughter, Martha, and son, Oliver; Mr. and Mrs. Lee lleatherman; Mr. and Mrs. William Findling and son. Ralph: Herbert Findling and daughter, Velma and son, Howard; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Girard and daugbjter, Metty Mae: Mr and Mrs. L'einlnger; Evelyn' Messmore of Muncie; C. F. Messmore and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Messmore and daughters, Jean and Peggy o Frankfort. Picture in Star. JSEUVEB ANNIVERSARY. MrJ and Mrs. Jt. R. Porter Ob- : ] served Event Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Portjer were gudsts of honor Sunday at their home on West Jefferson street when several members of t:he family Hgathred there to assist them in the celebration of their j silver wedding anniversary which was Saturday. A bountiful .pitchin dinner was enjoyed at the noon hour, after which a -delightful informal afternoon was enjoyed by all. Mr. and' Mrs. Harry Porter, sang two lovely duets, and Elizabeth Haskett san'g two fine vocol solos. The honor couple received many Ib'vely gifts of flowers and silver from those present, as well aa their many friends in Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. Porter have resided in Tipton for the past ten years, and during that time they have made scores of friends. Mr. Porter was transferred here- from Shelbyvtlle by the A. & P. tea company as manager of the local store, and has held the: position lere since that time. They have our children, Raymond, \ .Frieda, 'aye, and Robert, and the entire amily is quite active In' church and social circles here. The two older children are graduates of the Tipton high school. Mr. and Mrs. Porter have the heartiest congratulations and good wishes from all their many friends iere. Guests to assist in the celebration were Mr. and Mrs. William Basset and children', Mr.: and Mrs. Harvey Porter and daughters, all of Sherbyville; P. M- Porter, and Mr. and Mrs P. S. Porter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Porter and fam- iy all- of Indianapolis, and Elizabeth Haskett and Herbert Michel of Tipton. Air of Mr. Porter's family, his three j brothers, -were able to be present; but Mrs. Porter's mother and grandmother, the latter of whom is; 88 years and in poor health, who reside in Madison, could not attend the celebration. The Sunday edition of the Indi anapolis ^tar carried a splendid likeness of Miss Waneta Graves whose marriage to Dr. 'Rober Collins of jthis city will take >plac April 20 at i Indianapolis. ; Miss 'Graves is, the daughter b Mr. and Mrs. Cdlvert W. Grave of Indianapolis. For Home Purchasing, Home Building, ; and Home Remodeling or Improvements. The Tipton Building and Loan Association Court Street J. A. LEWIS, Sec'y. r— JOINT MEETING. Kiwanis Club and Epsilon Sigma Omicron. Sunday Guests. Mr. and Mrs. George Campbell and daughter Grace, entertained Sunday at their home \ on.. South Main street, Ben F. Vice and daughter* - Mrs. Gertie Lane, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Russell, John Lower and Jack Qrr of Kpkomo. The local Kiwanis club and the Epsilon Sigma. Omicron sorority will hold a joint meeting Friday evening with a 6:00 o'clock dinner at the First Presbyterian, church, in observance of Pan American Day observed each year- hy the United States off April 14. The program for the evening: will be furnished by the sorority and the girls scouts, the former providing the speaker, John E. Fredderlck of Kokomo, who will ' give a business man's viewpoint of "Mexico." Mr. Frederick was sponsor of the first Chamber of Commerce trip into Mexico on a. good-will tour, and his talk is cer-- tain to be of interest to all. The contribution of the Girl Scouts will be ah "All-American. Pageant," presented under the direction of Mrs. Glen McCorkle and Mary Margaret Hash. Dr. Roberts, chiropodist, at European hotel, Tuesday. spring Hat* Hat Shoppe ••m^»»^r^»:^ - • ^sii^"^^^^^™ ___ 1 303 South Mala . . • ' L^_^_^_^^•^•s» The foremen of the Perfect Cir- ole will enjoy a 'dinner meeting tonight at the McGttire restaurant on North Main street. Prof. B. S. Ruxtou of Purdue will he the sneaker of the evening. Spring Hats SLAUTER'S HAT AND BEAUTY SHOPPE ITZ THEATRE 1 Tonight and Tomorrow H (IJv UnRpcl Press 1 ). Lyons. France, April S. — An unnamed .plunger played no francs to win and 50 to place on a four-horse parley yesterday and cashed in 481,452 francs ($31,781). His four horses finished first. His winnings broke the proven- cial pari-mutuel record. Slightly Improved. Mr. and .Sirs. I). L. Barrow of North Conde street have received word that their granddaughter, Kathleen Barrow, daughter of Mr. and iMrs. Louis Barrow of Fort Wayne is somewhat improved after being critically ill for the past four weeks suffering with scarlet fever and pneumonia. She is in the Lutheran hospital there, and the message stated that the quarantine has been lifted, as she no longer has scarlet fever. Hack From Hospital. Buster Keaton Comedy Wednesday, Thursday PAL NIGHT Two Adults or Two Children! Admitted on One Ticket Mrs. Harry McITew has returned home from Indianapolis where she has been under observation since Wednesday at the C'oleman hospital. She underwent an operation there six weeks ago, but for "the past several dayp has not ' been feeling so well, and the examinations revealed conditions requiring another operation in about three weeks. FLAVOR! CameUhive a '" •"'Cridh and-pleasing;" ,o^..«~^J.I«nkin,linotype: open|toK i'Fya smoked them: for . manyi yflarrn. Camel* don't ever " •ffectmyt': , .Nichols, woman reporter, **y»: *1 " Camels'have a mOd flavor— delicate and'pleasinz—entirely different from -any other cigarette. Camels taste better!" SALE CONTINUES! Dresses, $2.95 and $5.95 Coats, $10.00 : nri HAD BEAUTY DtLMAK SALON SUN CHIEF —is tbeT none of onr good coke—4he fiofca th*t bat been the talkfof vS* f OT !. Its lotto •porla sajm: B been smolctac Camels ever- 9 they mm-put on th» i | lent two packs »

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