The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 17, 1935 · Page 3
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[DAY PRICES Woodbury's Soap , Originally 25c Now.lOc, or 3 for 25c Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery •—Phone 4«. West Side Square names ; for registration. Each program will have Its present day application and be illustrated wherever possible. The leader will be Lucy M. Elliott. Social Events Cnptain Paul Circle: Captain Paul Circle, No. 66, Ladies of the G. A. ,R. met in regular session Tuesday evening In the G. A. R. room of the courthouse with a fine attendance of members present. The meeting was in charge of L hue president, Mrs. Zetta Lord, " and the initiatory degree was given for a class of five candidates, Mrs. Smith Cox, -Mrs. Harry Benson, Mrs. O. F. Wheatley, Mrs. George Frisz, and Mrs. Florence Rollings. One other candidate, Lela Snyder of Atlanta was unable to be present due to illness. their other of their popular dances Prl-i _ . _ . : ' . ti ' o* !•% +VA> Delphian Club. The Delphian Study club was delightfully entertained Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred Robertson in Frankfort, with a splendid attendance of members present. The meeting was in charge of the president, Mrs. Tom Foster. During the business session a report was given by the nominating committee containing the following slate of officers: Mrs. J. W. Rose, president; Mrs. W. E. Wells, vice-president: Mrs. G. C. McCorkle, secretary - treasurer, and Mrs. George Cline. reporter. The report was accepted by the club. Plans were completed for the covered dish luncheon to be held at the home of Mrs. Harry Huber in Muncie in two weeks'. All -mem- bprs are urged to arrange to attend, and those who can go an? day evening;, April 26, In the lodge hall. The euchre and bridge; party which was to have been held A<pril 17, has been postponed till a later date. An invitation was read from the Noblesville chapter to attend a meeting there Thursday evening, when the initiatory degree will be given. That chapter Is also giving a dance in their hall Friday evening, and a number of TIpton members are planning to be in attendance for both events. Tri-Kappas. The Tri-Kappa sorority . met with Mrs. Verl Hershman at the home of Mrs. Lee Hershman on West Adams street /Tuesday evening. Commencement ProgTJ in at HJgh School Itv^dnesaay. v- : ! •; : - : .- j •: i ] ' A group of fifteen seniors will he presented with thar diplomas Wednesday evening aj the cojm- mencement exercises tor the Atlanta., high school, in the high school auditorium. Tie progrkm for the evening inclu des an ad- requested to call Goar or Mrs. F. Mrs. Willard W. Robinson, and tPhpsiJortaUon will be pro• •, * "^ vided. The current topic discussion and will -be initiated at a later! was led by Mrs. Glen McCorkle, date. Reports were heard from sick i who took as her subject the "Traveling Theater." which is members, all of whom are improving, including the civil war veteran, John Miller, who has been ill. The organization was indeed glad to welcome Mrs. Jeanette Rayls, •who has been absent for a number of meetings due to illness. Several talks were given by the new members, after which a social time was enjoyed. Mrs. Stella Boyd won the high^score prize in bingo, and Mrs. Mary "Riley was the winner of the EastSr egg hunt. At the close of the evening delicious refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Ida Crum Mrs. Mamie Gross. E. S. O. Sorority. There will be a meeting of the E. S. O. sorority Thursday after- ..iiioon from 2:30 to 4:30. The program will be the beginning of a series of talks on American citizenship, a project which will bi> sponsored by the sorority. Membership in this court of study is open not only to the members of the sorority, but to the men and •women of Tiptou,. who would be Interested in a citizenship course. Those desiring to attend these classes should be present at the now touring the stati-. and which will give a performance here in June, under the auspices of the Tri-Kappa sorority. The book review for the study period was give by Mrs. W. A. Zaloudek on "Charles Dickens, . correspondence, including an invitation from the Elwood Tri- Kappa chapter which is having 'a dance May 7 at the Elwood armory, featuring Louie ILane and his orchestra. Agnes Bowlin, chairman of the ticket sale for the 'basketball dance, reported $10 from tickets. The sorority was very well pleased with the reports of the dance and wish to thank all of those who helped to make it a success. Tri-Kappa sorority will hold its 23rd bienniel state convention Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 25, 26 and 27, at the Claypool hotel, Indianapolis, according to the announcement of Mrs. Chalmer S. Schafer of Ft. Wayne, grand president of the sorority. The Tipton chapter will be represented along with 118 other chapters throughout the state. Interesting social features of dress by W. Henry Huntington, with sp< sclal music furnished by the Cartsr township orchestra and glee cl ilton county. Members of the the McLain i of ib of Ham- 1936 graduating class are: Dorothy Hunter, Cora Ellen Shirk, Luclle Shock, Elizabeth Ebman, Malita- Rushton, Francis Mason, Helen Ram. Mary Gene Esslg read the -soy, Evelyn Warfel, lUrena Murray, Fred Buscher, Gene Stujltz, John Fisher, George j Davis, Joseph Connelly and Ajllen Spidel. The baccalaureate services were held at the Atlanta] Christian church Sunday evening, with ;the Rev. Harold M. Thrajsher of ;the Methodist church delivering !the sermon. Music was furnished by Miss Martha Collins, violinist, accompanied by Miss Louise Hen- His Life and Work." by Stephen! the convention will be: Reception riday for the summer vacation, fter a most successful eight months' term, and all that time nly one other activity will re- min, the alumni banquet lot be erved Saturday evening. At this time the 1935 seniors vill be duty received as alumni, with a delightful program follow- ng the banquet to tie served by le Ladies' Aid society of 'the At- anta Christian church. Leacook. The speaker told of his early childhood and how it had influenced his writing and stated that most of the experiences of the child characters in his books depicted his own life of pathetic poverty and neglect. She mentioned his best known - work, "David Copperfleld." which was almost an autobiography. One of Dickens' manuscripts has just been published recently. "Life of Our Lord." which was written for his own children. The review was presented in a most interesting manner and showed th&t much time had been spent in its preparation. At the close of the afternoon cers and committee chairmen will the hostess served lovely refresh- be maae . ments to a large attendance of T1)e o bj e ct of the sorority and entertainment Thursday evening in the Florentine room of the Claypool to which all Tri- Kappas are invited and for which the province officers are serving as hostesses; luncheon Friday noon in the Chateau room; banquet and formal ball Friday evening with the grand march led by Governor and Mrs. Paul V. McNutt; luncheon Saturday noon, followed by a program tea to which all Tri- Kappas, patronesses, mothers and guests are invited. Important business session will mark the convention. Election of new state officers will be held and reports of various province offl- members, and three guests, Mrs. ''eagarden, Mrs. Fred Reese and >lrs. Roy Messmore, all of Frank- ort. Spring Hats SLAUTER'S HAT AND BEAUTY SHOPPE STARTS TODAY For Four Big Days Plu Beta Psi. The Theta Dslta chapter of the Phi Beta Psi scrority met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. luerney Mclntosh on' Green | street, with a good attendance of members ipresent. * During the business session in charge of the president, Mrs. Frederick Witte, it was announced that the national convention will be held June 27-29 at Virginia Beach, Virginia. Further plans were discussed for the annual commen'cement dance to be given on commencement night, in honor of the high school graduating class. The nominating committee was appointed at this time, consisting of Frieda O'Banion, chairman Mrs. Merle Appleton, Vivian Grail, Opal Honnold, and Mary Katherine Ryan. The committee was instructed to be prepared to report at the next meeting, May 7, when the annual election of officers will be held. Several other matters were discussed, after which a social time was enjyed until a late hour, with Lena Meyers as the winner of a clever contest. which is the promotion of charity, will be discussed and specia reports will >be made by each chap ter. The art, scholarship ant community welfare projects spon sored by the sorority will be th< cause for particularly interesting reports. Following the discussion of th coming state convention, meeting was closed, and the hostess, as Isted by Mrs. E rnest 'Mitchell erved delicious refreshments. Girls Circle. -The Girls Circle of the Wes jtreet Christian church will en ertain members of the Frankfor Circle with a Japanese party i .he church basement Thursda evening at 7:30 o'clock. There will be an interestin program, with girls from the Frankfort organization taking part. DeMolay Meeting. The Tipton chapter of the Order of DeMolay met in regular session- Tuesday evening in the chapter hall, and a number of plans were Tnade for .future activities. The DeMolays Will sponsor an LEARN AT HOME km H Vdta«ta tanud ortMBte ^ta&rf^ibi. & a MM «• . ££>** -*•*•• »«.««•»* erson, both of Tipton. The Atlanta school will close '•Joan Calls the Blue Bird.' April Picture-of-the-Month. Library patrons know the little girl who Is calling the blue bird. Many •' exclaim "There jis Joan." Joan is the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lett, through whose courtesy the library is to have this picture for the April picture-of-the-mbnth. ; This painting is the most recent work of Bertha ;Lacey and gives expression to the phase of early childhood- when: life is in- terjesting and truly fujl of fairies. A whimsical twist to the sash bow at ithe back suggests a possibility of jwings and a desire to fly away with the fairies, so visible to children. The little figure is well set forth by an airy bpckground o.f blue and green. That th« artist is interested in symbolism is evidenced by her design \tot the Epsilon Sigma Omicron pin worn by many of the members;of tie local chapter of the Federation Honor Sorority. Miss Lacey is a sister of Mrs. Cora Myers, the: founder of the sorority and now the national president. The blue in the picture symbolizes truth and the green, life. The white of the little dress, purity and its rose trimmings the Blossoming time. The note of rust is introduced to harmonize with the furnishings of the child's home. directions., _ the-t*o children wi Ma'terellnck who so- long searched for I [happiness and! 'at last found it 1 ' in their own home. Glkd are we ithat Miss Lacey j has given us the! • symbolism of '• the portrait giving as;it does something different than just; a. portrait. Hiss laacey is one of the grow- At- Legion and Auxiliary Her tend Hospital Day Exercises. ing number \ of Hoosler artists. Her preparation for her work' has been very thorough. She was a student' in tlie -class of Frank Duveneck in Cincinnati. She also studied under George Bellows^ J. R. Hopkins, J. Otis Adams, Robert Henre and others. She has painted in foreign countries, principally In Spain, Holland and Italy. She has exhibited her work in the Chicago Art Institute, the Cincinnati Art Museum, the John Herron Art Institute (with Indiana artists) at the National Arts Club in New York City, and other New York galleries. And it may be recalled that Miss Lacey was awarded a few years ago; a Hoosier Salon prize. The local posts of the American Legion: and the Legion Auxiliary are making plans to go to Marion Sunday, May 12, to attend the. annual Veterans' Hospital Day. This is the day set aside for the American Legion and-oth er ! .patriotic and 'civic • £ organiza- \V. r. T. U. ArEETING. Public Invited to the Two Sessions on Thursday. All persons interested .in the worth-while temperance ". work being carried on by the W. C. T. >me - , , ,_ U., are urged to keep In mind the .The composition tho with ap-' ingti . EXPECT RECORD] CROWD. _ j Advance Ticket Sale for Jefferson Day Banquet GoijiR Good. Reports from the committee In charge of the advance ticket Bale or the Jefferson Day] banquet be- ng staged by the Tipton County Women's Democratic| Club indicate the attendance will be a rec- parently careless action is arranged that its main lines lead to the thoughtful little face. The title "Joan Calls the Blue Bird" printed in a vertical i line at the lower right corner explains the rapt listening expression. A ord breaker. Stokes Jackson, itime for the annual county institute to be held at the Wes! Street Christian church Thursday afternoon and evening. . The first session will open at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon, and the evening session will convene chubby forefinger is seen dialing at 7:30 o'clock. The general pub Hops to join together at Marion and pay tribute to.the more than 1,500 disabled buddies undergc- ing treatment at the Veterans hospital there. . The complete program for the day has not yet. been ann'onnced, but a few changes from last year's routine have been made public in the morning, from 10:30 until 11:00 o'clock, there will be a huge openair community worship service, under the direction of Major P. R. Greenwalt. Music for the service-will be led by a chorus of 100 voices % from the Department of Music of Marion College. The afternoon program will consist, of a parade forming at 2;00 o'clock just outside the hospital grounds, after which will be the outdoor entertainment, with bleachers set up in the grove between the main dining room and the Laboratory building, eliminating the glare of the sun. The free dance in the evening gymnasium until mid- delightful day. guests will be will be held in the from 5:00 o'clock night, closing.a Puring the day, given every opportunity to visit the, hospital and cottage wards, and, inspect the various other activities of the institution. All members of the local organizations are requested to keep For Home Purchasing Home Building, and Home Remodeling or Improvements. The Tipton Building and Loan Association Court Street J. A. LEWIS, Sec'y. |; SALE CONTINUES! . Dresses, $2.95 and $5.95 Coats, $10.00 nnu&R BEAUTY UELmftn SALON. I 'AAAAA to EEE 93 — ENNA JETTICKS — 36, America's Smartest Walking Shoes. NTT-WAY SHOE STORE North Side Square — Tipton I j ' Devil's Pood\ Cake, Devil's Pood Cups, with marshmallow iclnR, Cracked Wheat Bread. CASE'S BAKERY this date in mind, and be among a toy telephone and the left hand those attending for the day. holds the receiver. The blue birds Democratic state chairman and Mrs. Emory Scholl, state vice-chairman will be the speakers at the banquet which will be held in the Armory Monday evening of next -week starting promptly at 6:30. Mrs. Scholl will be at the Democratic headquarters at 2:00 o'clock iin the after- n'oon for a meeting wjith the women and all are urged jto be present and meet her. ; The banquet is to be served by the Rosary .Society of the St. John's church, and thie menu Is an elaborate one. i Tickets can be secured at the office of the county clerk, of Mrs. Guy-Wimer.'.Mrs. Jrarik Ackels, Mrs.-Edna. Smith, Mrs. Dan;Zeh-; ne r and Mrs. Edith Adler, or by calling county chairman, Omer Boyd at 'the Farmers Loan & Trust Company. The .program committee, com- 8,271 men and women visited the Cbesttrfield ' factories during the \ past year posed of Mrs. Frank •Sam Mettlen and Russell, Mrs. [iss Lucy Elliott, has arranged several interesting numbers lor An orchestra will tarnish music during the meal. the evening. Tuesday Afternoon Club. The Tuesday Afternoon club met Tuesday afternoon with«Mrs. John Hash at her home on North Main street, with all but three of the members present. Following a brief business session, the afternoon was spent socially with fancy work until a late hour, when the hostess served a delicious lunch. Left for Auburn. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Colcord and baby, former TIptcn residents, left Wednesday morning for their home in Auburn, after visiting for the past few days with friends and relatives in Tipton Masonic Notice. meeting Lodge 128, F. :& A. Thursday «v- 7:30 o'clock. Royal Neighbor Club. The Royal Neighbor club will meet Friday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at the home of Leroy Plake, 1060 North Main street, with Mrs. Nannie Plake as the hostess. : , " • | All members are requested to take note and be present. Rebekah Lodge.* • : The Tipton Rebekah lodge, No. 602, will meet In regular session Thursday evening at 7:80 o'clock in the I. JO. O. F. hall. A fall attendance lot .member* is desired. M.. "pril 18, at ening, Work in Master Mason degree. Visiting brothers w< Icome and ajl members urged to i ttend. JOHN L. H4.8H, W. M. EBERT A1LISON, jSec'y. A man who visited a Chesterfield \factoryrecentlySsaid: "Now thtttlhave seen Chesterfieijs made, I understand better than ever why people say Chesterfields are milder and have a better taste," If you too could visit our factories you could i $ee the 'clean, airy surroundings; die employees ! in their spotless uniforms,.and the modern oga- 'n' i I rette inatmg machinery. ,| You^ld notice hdw S ! V -,: !.< [y each Chester- aod see abo how ,tue ptiuticali; r untouched by hamaa

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