The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 9, 1935 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 9, 1935
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. !Tuesday, April 9, EVERYDAY PRICES $1.25 Indo-Vin 98c Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — 1'honc 4<>. West Side Square Business Women's Club. LENTEN SERVICES. IS VERt ELI. JOURNALISM PROGRAM. WHEJf HORSES WERE USED.!: Mother of Hrs. Lester Aaron in Old Postcard With Picture of Firb Tipton County H. S. Seniors Arc Critical Condition at Lima. Invited to Butler. Department of 1»1 1. Mrs. Lester Aaron of Dearborn H. D. Thomas of the Furniture : Company, while -clean- ^. -iF^lK-;" ; "f '-- : •''"••/;:;: f?f ^ Social Events Royiil I^odgo. ! The Tipton Business and Profes- i sional Women met Monday eve; ning at the Palace of Sweets with Mrs. Ceorge Kosto and Miss Al'. mini Cox as hostesses. ! During the business session in ! charge of the president, Mrs. ; Cressie Glenn, several matters of ; importance were discussed in conj nection with the closing of'the i year's business. Mrs. Fred Lane j of this city was unanimously voted into membership in the club. The following .nominating com- i mittce was appointed to report j at the next meeting: Mrs. Min' j nio Phares. Mrs. Sue Hecken- j hauer. Eleanor Clark, Mrs. L. G. Seniors of six Tipton county high schools, who are interested in newspaper work have been invited to attend the second anpual journalism field day of Butler university which will be held Saturday. April 13, on the Indianapolis campus. Invitations have been mailed by the university to Tipton, Goldsmith, Kemptoiij Sharpsville, Prairie Township and Windfall high schools for the event. The field day is being held primarily for high school students who are The Royal Neighbor lodge met Monday evening with a large attendance of members and their families present for the bountiful pitch in supper. After supper the regular lodge session was held and .several matters of business were discussed. Reports were beard from the sick members, Mrs.' Georgia Getting-' ham being reported somewhat better. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Pendergrass of Kokomo. former members, were reported to be quite ill. During the social . hour .the small daughter of Mrs. Harvey Wilson gave three splendid tap dancing numbers. The remainder, of the evening was spent in playing lotto, with Mrs. Irene Jackson and Mrs. Julia Hancock winners. Seright. and Mrs. Maggie Durr. At the close of the evening, a delig'itful social hour was en- ! interested in entering the newspaper profession. Twenty-one Indianapolis news- joyed with two clever con-1 paper men and women and staff tests won by Mrs. Hecken-1 members of the Associated Press hauer and Frieda Meister. At the'and United Press will be on the close of the evening the hostesses program. A tour of the plant of served delicious refreshments of' The Indianapolis Star will also be ice cream, cake and'grape juice. feature of the program. Jackson street entertained Sunday with a prettily appointed dinner in honor of .the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Suits. Those present for the delightful as prize i affair were Mr alul Mrs j acob | Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barnes The Royal Neighbor club was' and fam j lv , Mrs. Jessie Book and entertained' Thursday evening at; family of Ho hl,s. and Fred Barnes Hie home of Mrs. Hattie Thomp-; alld children of Windfall. ; The next meeting, will be with I speakers will tell of their experi- Mrs. Phares and Miss Clark at'ences in newspaper work and will the Intter's home on North Main'stress the practical aspects of street. I journalism. The Butler journalism department, aided by the Sigma Delta ("hi and Theta Sigma Phi socie- Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Suits of j lies, is planning the program. A Rirtlulnr Dinner. special edition of the Collegian, student daily, will be published for the event. Luncheon will be served on the campus and class sessions will be held in Arthur Jordan Memorial hall. The program will open at 9 a. m. and tlose at 4 p. m. in order to give .persons coming greater distances ample time to drive to morning that heri mother, Mrs. Earl Robinson off Lima, O., is in a serious condition at her home there, suffering with gall duct trouble. The message was quite a shock to Mrs. mother was here Aaron, as her only last week visiting in the Aaron home, and was feeling very | well at that time. S Mr. and Mrs. ! Robinson are former residents here, moving to Lima at the time the Nickel Plate yards were moved! from Tipton. A daughter, Lavonne Robinson, who has also been ill is reported to be somewhat better, but is unable to walk without the aid of a cane. SNOOPING CHARGED. South Bend Policemen Are in a Predicament. Monday Mr. and Mrs. Suits en- and frOm tm>ir homes. More than of the liirth-1 :;oo snu jeiits in all parts of the son with a large attendance of members. After a short business; tertained in honn session, bingo was enjoyed with I day of their son Owen, which oc-j statp att(Mul(Hi the 1934 event. Mrs. Draxie Pallee mid Mrs. Wilda, eurred on that date, guests being I •-»« fottingham ns tin- prize winners.] Mr. and Mrs. Garland Sails and' Mrs. Ethel Hoffman won the mys-,children. ' j tery box. I • «• i Will Broadcast. The hostess served dainty refreshments. nirlhdav Observed. The Kempton high school girls' Women of Moose. The Women of thi entertain Wednesday 7:3(1 o'clock in i.he of the two hrnnrh>'s of the lodge and their families. Mrs. Mabel Jones entertained sard an( ", Anita Beaver . will .Sunday afternoon at her home on east Jefferson street in honor of son, Jack I the birthday of her Moose will i Jo]I£ . s> evening at; ( ; u ,, sts wpro mom l,ers of the i Moose hall ; !)as , i( .,, )al , S( |uad. ,, r which her wnh :, family night for members , sf)n is a , s() a mombol . At tho ! close of tlie delightful afternoon, the. .hostess served birthday cake. Cards will be enjoyed with a ice cream, and orange ade. mystery box and refreshments. A i * * * large attendance of members and i their families' is desired. : South Bendfl April 9.—A campaign of rigid enforcement of the 1935 state liquor!law which has results in nearly ;a score of ar- •ests in St. Joseph county, was halted today while; authorities investigated a charge that policemen themselves are violating the act. Purchases made, by officers as evidence of sale [by unlicensed taverns were challenged on the ground that the, law forbids "snooping." New Granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spencer of Kempton have received an announcement that the stork paid a visit to the home of their daughter Mrs. Wendall Kinsey, at Stores, Conn., Mpnday morning at 5:00 o'clock and left Mr. and A STRANGE STORY. Man Tells of Carrying Body' ol Sweetheart in His Auto. ! (By United Pressl. Newj Orleans, April 9. — Steve Ma.caluso, 32, who kept the body of hisj sweetheart, Mrs. Grace Wolfe i Gonzales, 22, crammed in the rear compartment of his automobile! for 48 hours, nervously awaited further questioning tor day. Police doubt his story that the woman committed suicide. From Saturday afternoon, when he says Mrs. Gonzales shot herself until late yesterday, Ma- .caluso ; drove about the city with the body. Fear of publicity, loss of his !job, and concern for his mother, prevented him from re porting the woman's death Saturday, he asserted. Accompanied by Mrs. Gonzales' father, John R. Wolfe, and hei sister, Mrs. Irene Malini, 23, Macaluso :drove to the office of District Attorney Eugene Stanley and told his story. Pleasant Gathering. Dr. W. B. Huron of this city lad his children and grandchildren as guests Saturday evening and Sunday, Friday being his jirthday anniversary. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Huron of Cincinnati: Mr. ant! Mrs. Loyd Huron and two children of Detroit: Air. and Mrs. Hubert Huron of Iron Mbnn- ain, Michigan, and Mr. and Mrs. ^hil Scjimith and son of this city. Two of the children of~Mr. and Mrs. Lpyd Huron were unable to be present because ot illness. ing out an old tool case in the work room of the furniture department found an old postcard written-just 24 years" ago, it bet- ing dated \ April 9th, 1911. The postcard written with pencil Tjears a message almost illegible and is addressed to either Miss Melba Cox at Kempton, or Mrs. Mellia Cox. It contains a message stating the writer, whose name ia torn off, received Floe's card and that she is expecting the party to whom it is addressed andj Hazel to visit her in Tipton. On the other side is a picture of the city building with a horse drawn fire truck standing in front and at the east end of the old frame building first used by the department. On the fire wagpn'are John Bates, driver, Dixon Smith, Fred Racobs, S. Rosen'thal.' Joe Williams and Milton (Herr) Salter. Three Special Musical Numbers Featured Meeting} Monday. Three special musical numbers ] were rendered Monday evening at! the Lenten Evangelistic service] at the Kemp Memorial Methodist; church. Rev. J. Floyd Seelig and Miss" Freda Porter sang solos and Miss Hazel Swift and Prof. D. E. Leist sang a duet selection. Rev. J. Floyd Seelig, the evangelist, spoke on the theme: "Wei Would See Jesus." He told of I Greeks who while at Jerusalem came to one of the disciples seek-; Standing at the head of the iiorses is Marcellus Racobs, -."hie," of police and leaning against the rear wheel is George Robersoii, volunteer fireman. John Langan superintendent of t h t- water works is at the rear of the truck and in the upper story window, is seated Mike Bath, city treasurer. Visited Here. Mr. and Mrs. John Jack of Greenfield, and the lattef's daughter, Mrs. Olive Stamm, of Indianapolis, were in Tipton Monday attending to business matters and greeting- friends. They were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Has- Icett, and spent the evening with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bellinger, near Tipton. • Mrs. Dellinger is an aunt of Mrs. Stamm. ing an interview with Jesus. He pointed out that for nian 1 to really see Jesus in his true significance causes one to see life in its real meaning. i . The brief prayer meeting which preceded the service was led Iry Herbert G. Findling.: Other leaders for the week are: Mrs. Ray Wiggins; Wednesday. Peter Michel; Thursday. Mrs. O. W. Rose and Friday W. H. Jones. On Wednesday night the Co- Workers Sunday school class will attend as a special delegation and on Thursday night the two hoys' classes of Dale Morehead and Louis Foster will be present and seated in a group. Mon For Home Purchasing] Home Building, and Home Remodeling I or Improvements. The Tipton Building and Loan Association Court Street J. A. LEWIS, Sec'y. Address of welcome, Mrs. Nellie B. Tyuer, Tipton county bation officer. , Preliminary statement of aims and purposes of the Indiana Probation Association, Mr. Carl H. Burnett, president and Boona county probation officer. The - Value of Probation . to a These services will continue Court, the Honorable Frank Rus- through the week each evening at; sell, judge, Tipton circuit court. 7:30 except Saturday. j The Relation of Dependency «.c— - | and Neglect to Delinquency, Mr. BIO ATTENDANCE EXPECTED. Carl H- Barnnett . president, Indi- i ana Probation Association. Meeting of Probation Officers andj The ^tbodolosy of Probation. Judges to Be. Held AVcdnesrtay. i Mr - Solon C - Vial - vice chairman. ; i Indiana state probation commis- • sion and chief probation officer, Mrs. Nellie Ely Tyner. county! municipal court, Marion county, probation officer and chairman of | community Responsibility In a. the'4th district probation organ!-; Probation Program, Dr. -Francis zation. is expecting a good attend-; D. M-eCabe, state director of pro-. ance at the meeting tb be held at bation. the library assembly room in'Tip-- •* » • ton Wednesday afternoon, from | one to four o'clock, i , Several of' the judges in the! district have sent ^vord theyi would be on hand for the meet-! ing to discuss current problems! Addresses will be made by several Ideal leatheret desk pads. Tribune Press. tf Spring Hats R 00 d e Hat Shoppe Missionary Meeting. SLAUTEE'S HAT AND REAUTJT. SHOPPE i Las.t Time Tonight |; The Wiwnen's Foreign Missionary society of the Kemp Metho- ! (list church will meet Wednesday ; afternoon at 2:3(1 o'clock, 'with Mrs. Paul 1'tterback. 71T> North Independence street. The lesson will be given by Mrs. O. t". Mayne and Mrs. P. J. Pentecost. A)] members are urged to be present, and all ladies of the rlimvh arc. cordially invited. < 'o-\Vorkrrs HIS CONNECTICUT YANKEES ..end the revival servi 118KDVOBAK.HELEN •ORCM The <"'ti-\\'(irkvrs class of the i Kemp Mi-thodist church will at- s in a nody Wednesday t \vning. All members | of the class are urged to be present, and to meet ;n 7:l. r > o'clock in the beginners room of the church. Embroidery ('ii-i-lc. Tomorrow & Thursday Pal Nile Two Adults or Children Will Be Admitted on One Ticket BRING YOUR PAL Tile- Embroidery Circle will meet. Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, with Mrs. Bertha Compton, at her home. 21!) West Washington street. All members are urged to be present. Repair Dninages. Tribune Want Ads Get Results. SALE CONTINUES! Dresses, $2.95 and $5.95 Goats, $10.00 BEAUTY SALON fnrnaces. ranges, The firm of Richards & Woods, contracting carpenters, is engaged in repairing the damage done .to the home of Mrs. Mrytle Robln- s-'on, 523 North West street, which was discovered on fire the first of last week. The damage was covered by insurance and the insurance company is having the repairs made. Mrs. Kinsey a fine! baby daughter quartet, composed of Martha Bar- who has been given the name of nett, Mary. Floyd. Rosemary Cos- Elizabeth. This is the second child Daily Bible Quotation. in the home, the j other being a I am! like a green olive tree in On Business Trip. gram from radio station WOWO he house of God; I trust in .the Mrs. Kinsey pripr to her mar- at Fort Wayne Friday afternoon riage was Miss Anna Spencer. The at 4:30 o'clock. mercy of God for ever and ever. Mrs, Minnie Phares left Tues- noted probation workers and The girls will be accompanied telegram announcing I will praise thee foreveV, because day morning for Louisville, Ken- round table discussion held. 303 South Main by their supervisor, Dunham. stated mother and daughter were thou hast done it; and I will wait tucky, to attend to business mat- The -complete program on thy I name. — Psalm 52:8-9. ters with the Federal Land Bank. friend indeed. fragrant, ': • ; permit a * - panionslup. LUCKIES

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