The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 22, 1935 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, April 22, 1935
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. Easlman Kodaks ; ' and Films Developing - Finishing Wall Paper and Paints Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — Phone 40. West Side Square Social Events Birthday Dinner.^ Mr. and Mrs. Romeo Henry of Friendy Gathering. North East street and Mr: and Mrs. Harold Henry and fahiily of North Main street were the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Palmer near Noblesville, the occasion being in honor of Romeo Henry's birthday anniversary which was Saturday. The big decorated birthday cake was baked by Mrs. Henry, and formed the centerpiece for tho heavily laden 1 table. Other guests for the day were Mrs. Myrtle Smith of Carmel and Mr. and Mrs. : Rayjnond Crull of Kokomo. Mrs. ^Palmer. Mrs. • A number of friends and relatives gathered Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Warner, northwest of Hobbs, giving them a housewarming, they having recently gone to housekeeping there. Guests to enjoy the delicious dinner were Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Castor, Arch Brown and family, Bud Castor and family, Frank Cook and family, Mrs. Elizabeth Castor, • Mrs. Inez Hobbs, all of Hobbs and vicinity; Air. and Mrs. J:<mes Castor. Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Castor, near Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Fouch of Goldsmith; Will Castor and family, Kenneth Hughes and family and Victor Warner of El wood; Russell Hoover and family, near Tipton, and Juanita Warner of Tipton. The young couple received a number of lovely gifts for their new home of which they are very proud. Wedding Anniversary. Mr. and Ivirs. Charles J. Rich- j man of South Independence street, celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary, which was Saturday, with a family dinner at their home Sunday. Guests for the happy occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rich_ ,, . , I man and family of Hartford, Smith, and Mrs. Crnll are sisters ' _. „_ „ „,,.. , „„„„, [Conn., Mrs. Claude Sumner and children of Indianapolis, Flarence Richmau of McCordsville, Irene Richman of Merrillville, Mr. and of Mr. Henry. The honor guest | received a number of lovely gifts of which he is quite proud. Daughters of America. Tipton' Council No. rtft, Daughters of America, will meet in regular session in their headquarters on East Jefferson street, Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Every member is requested to be present. Missionary' Meeting. The Women's Missionary society of the West Street Christian church will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. -A. E. Burklmrdt at her home. 233 North Main street.' A full 'attendance of members is desired. Royal Neighbors Tonight. The Royal Neighbor lodge will meet in regular session at the K. of P. hall tonight at 7:30 o'clock. All members are urged to be present. Mrrry Matrons. The Merry Matrons club will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2:.".(! o'clock 'with Mrs. Ray Hutto :it her home in Windfall. A full attendance of members is desired. Mrs. Paul Richman and Richman. all of this city. Carl Homo Workers. The Home Workers of the First Presbyterian church will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. E. M. Smith. 309 North Cond- street. This is a special meeting and all members who can do so are urged to be present. Charges Filed. SPLENDID .PROGRAM:. - Large Attendance at HopeweU Church Easter Program. The service at the Hopewell Methodist church Easter Sunday morning was an outstanding one the pastor receiving at that time a large class of new members into the church. Those to be baptized and received at that time were as fol lows: Gerald Foster, Mildred Foster, Berhice Foster, Paul (Smith) Dawson, Esther (Smith) Dawson, Alice (Smith) Dawson, Martha Jane Patterson, Robert Strope, James Strope, Doris Ann 1 Watson, and Maryland Grace Barr. Two babies were baptized and placed on probationary membership, Joe Frederick Watson and Barbara Ann Newlon. The service was a most impressive one, and was said by some of the members of the church to have been 1 the best of its kind held in that church for some time.- The Easter program was sponsored by Oren Foster's, class of the Sunday school, and was a complete success. Mr. Foster, Rev. Morrow, .and the members of the congregation are thankful' to ' all who assisted in any way In making the program such a splendid one. Was Here Sunday. Mrs. Guy Brown of Indianapolis spent Sunday here with her mother, Mrs. Charles McCullough who is confined to her bed at her home on Maple street. Mrs. McCullough, who has been ill for the past year suffering with infirmities Incident to her advanced years, is reported to be somewhat improved, although still very weak and unable to leave her bed. Easter Guests. Monday noon charges of intoxication were filed against Leroy \\ ells, who was arrested Saturday night as the Rustic Inn in Atlanta 'by Deputy Sheriffs Virgil Cardwell and Roy Hurtt. Tonde Street Club. The North Conde street club will meet Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. George Preston at her home. ::il North Main strret. Every member is urged to be present. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Lee had their sons with them for Easter Sunday dinner and the occasion was a happy one. Their sons, Charles, Tellas, and the latter's wife and son Robert, were at the dinner table. Mrs. Jennie Maurer of Kokomo, was the Easter guest of Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Llndgren of North West street. She is an aunt of Mr. Lindgren. SPEAKS Mrs. Elizabeth Blaokmore to Appear at Methodist Church. IT NIGHT. Mrs. Elizabeth Blackmore, a native of Baffin Land, to the far north,, will appear the the Kemp Tuesday; eve- will speak on :h little is Methodist church ning April 23, and a land about whi known. Mrs. Blackmore cornpliBhed accordionist will play who is an ac- MRS. ELIZABETH BLACKMORE. several numbers in] addition to giving one of the most interesting talks ever heard, pn a former visit here before the Federation of Clubs, she made such an' entertaining address that she was induced to speak at the church and her address will be any admission charge, a free will offering being^ taken. made without Getting Along Xicely. Mrs. E. H. Walse,r, who underwent a major operation two weeks ago, is reported to be getting along as well ks possible at her home on Kentucky avenue. She is still unable to sit up, but is gaining steadily and hopes to be able to sit up the {latter part of the week. Returned Missionary SPLESDID i 1. : -, ;; .', .• j _->,.; ADDRESS. Spoke* at toe Church of the i Nazarene. Miss Agnes Gardner, a returned missionary ; from India, gave an address at jthe Church of the Nazarene on Sunday night. Through a mistake!'Miss Gardner had been announced as from Central America. Another Miss Gardner is ;in the latter^ country. I i Miss Gardner is a graduate nurse £nd holds, a mfdwife's certificate from the British government. I During her 'splendid address she related a good deal about 'the country of India and gWe a. number of-experiences re- stilting from her .contact with the people. • ! Miss i Gardner stated that India is one-third the size of the United States iknd has a population almost three times as- large. The people worship approximately 330,000,000. gods.. The speaker had with her a few of these gods. During the message the awful degradation of womanhood was mentioned. The sorrow of child Wives, as young as five years and 10ss, is unspeakable; :A poem was recited to bring out this truth. There are 2,275,(XOd girl wives under ten years of age; and 244U p;00 little .wives under the age of live. All orthodox Hindus agrqe tb the sacredness Of :the cow anjd the depravity of woman. ' Miss Gardner related one incident in which a girl was near death because of a very bad abscess. Her people believed she Would die if it were, lanced. After pleading with the husband Miss Gardner finally persuaded him to have it lanced. He agreed on condition the native doctor do the work. The doctor came,, took a jackknife from his pocket, opened a rusty, blunt blade and made the incision. Miss Gardner was able to save the girl's life only by modern surgical methods. Tears filled the eyes of persons in the audience as the missionary spoke of the awful hunger of thousands of little '•• children in India. Thousands lie down on the ground to rest every night never once having had their hunger satisfied. Miss Gardner dressed in the native costume, showing how ;a dress is made without, needle, pin or thread. She carried with her such articles as gods of various material, anklets,^ beUsVfor fingers and 'toeg, shoes, etc. •: ' ji At the c inclusion of the service a Women's Missionary society was organized by --Mrs.'.Lena Bur-ch, district president, /The following officers were- -elected: President,; Airs. Marie Goodman; vice-president and junior superintendent, Mrs. G. R. Coyner; recording and corresponding secretary, Mrs. yern Smith; treasurer, Mrs. Margaret Murphy. There will :be about fifteen membei-3 to her gin the organization. * ••" ' Butler-Chambers. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Chambers ol Green street;-are happy to announce the 1 marriage of their daughter Margaret, to Harold Butler, son!of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Butler/ of Wabash, the ceremony taking place Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of the officiating minister, Rev. Reuben Tunmer on North West street. The couple were attended by Mr. and" Mrs. James Chambers of Kokomo, brother and sister-lnTlaw of the bride. The bride was attractively iixty-flrst Grand Session of O. ,E. S. in Indianapolis This, Week. ] Tipton county will send a delegation of members of the Order 'iff the -Eastern Star to Indianapolis Wednesday' and 'Thursday of this week to attend: the sixty- first session of the grand chapter. So far-as is known Tipton county chapters do not have any candidate for any of the grand offices. I ; Delegates- from Rosary Chapter No. 66, .of Tipton, are Mrs. Merlin Maish, worthy matron, Mrs. Ross Wickersham, associate ma- iron, and Charles A. Downes, worthy patron. Mr. Downes will be unable to attend the session and J.-.E. Booth will serve as delegate in his stead. j This meeting will be known as the Golden Rute -session and will open at the Murat temple Wedn- nesday, April 24. and continue ihrdugh Thursday, April 25. i . Mrs.. Carl Scudder, Is matron of the 1 Windfall chapter; Mrs. Madge Orr, Matron of the Sharps- fille, chapter;' Mrs. Vola House, matron of Atlanta chapter, and Miss Marjorie Spencer, matron gowned in a light blue swagger p£ Kempton chapter. These and suit, with blue accessories, and their associate patrons and worthy patrons, are delegates to the grand session. ; In addition a number of mem- Vers of the order will go down to look in on the sessions of the grand chapter^ Mrs. Chambers wore a dark blue swagger suit, with blue and white accessories. Both wore shoulder corsages of 'blue and pmk sweet peas, tied with white tulle ribbon. Mrs. Butler is a graduate of the Tipton high school with the class of 1933, and is quite popular among the younger group here. ' At present, the newly weds will reside with the bride's parents on Green street, where they will be glad to receive their many friends. Visited Here. Prof, and Mrs. Monroe Hughes and .Miss Geraldine Snaw of Evanston, Illinois, spent the Easter vacation with Mrs. Hughes's parents, ' Mr. and Mrs. William Brumfield 'of this -city. They also visited Mrs. Laura Hughes and Mrs. Ida Shaw North Main street. of Mr. and Mrs. James Chambers of Kokomo were the Sunday guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chambers of this city. | SAVE OLD CLOTHING. Many. Articles. Uncovered at This Time Can be "Used By Committee. '!. At this season of the year when house cleaning is in full swing many, articles of clothing will be thrown away by thoughtless persons, which can be used by others. ! Mrs.-Mae Pape of the relief depot says, she is having many calls for lighter clothing from needy families, especially for children and trousers are needed for men. ' The FERA shop in the .relief station which repairs shoes, can' use a large number of these as calls are being received daily. The shoes are repaired without expense and distributed among families on relief. -Almost every household in fair circumstances has one or more old pair of shoes Loan } Honey For Home Purchasing, " Home Building, • -.;...-. and Home Remodeling or Improvements. V' The Tipton Bui Wing and Loan Association Court Street J. A. LEWIS, Sec'y. which will be of "service to some one. • .': Parties having any articles to donate should notify -Mrs. Mae Pape at the relief station, Harry [ Burris, in charge of the shoe re-pairing department or Trustee John H. Small and the bundles will be collected, if they cannot be brought to the station . on South Main street. « i • . . Sunday Guests. " Mr. and Mrs. Dora Dill • of Greentown, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Ella Hamilton on North Main street. Mrs. Hamilton, who has been ill for the past four Weeks suffering with sciatie'rheu- ; matism, is reported to be improv-: : ing slowly, although she is not yet able -to .be up all day SALE CONTINUES! Dresses, $2.95 and $5.95 .Coats, $10.00 DELMAR S2ST" LOT — JUST IN Dorna Gordon Frocks 98c, $1.19 and $1.95 Phone 182 — 130 E. Jefferson Bmy Bee Club. Mrs. M. G. Nicholson will entertain the Busy Bee •.•lull .Tuesday afternoon at her home. 121 Walnut streit. All members are cordially invited to atti.-nd. Permanent Waving SLAUTER'S HAT AND' BEAUTY' SHOPPE ft m ?3$ "',- :r.£.«£s IRITZ i • ~ THEATRE FOUR! DAYS LEFT -NOW FLAYING Returned Home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kinder and son, John, left Saturday for their home in Evanston, Illinois, after visiting for a few days with Mr. and Mrs. John Werner and Mr. and Mrs. David Wiggins. • i > Easier Guests. Rev. and Mrs. S. A. Gordon and daughter .Lois, of North Main street, had as their Easter din,- ner" guests, Mrs. R. K. Summer- bell and sou, Gordon Carlyle of Evanston, 111., Mr. and Mrs. T. L. White and daughter Ethelyn of near Anderson; Mr. and Mro. Charles 'Slick or Elwood, and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Slick and daughter Thelma of Mansfield, O. Returned Home. Mrs. Rome Phillips returned to her home in Cleveland Sunday evening after a short visit in Tipton with her mother, Mrs. Sarah Salter on North West street. Mrs. Phillips came here for the wedding anniversary of her mother and also to visit over Easter. She went from here to Lima where she met her husband who drove her to Cleveland. Rainhardt, piano tuner. Call Mrs. Frank Russell. c-172 Cinnamon Rolls, Doughnuts, Assorted Cookies ; DePasse Bakery DANA jrv bnt it, l%***- aOK to burnt coal feel COLLEGE STUDENT. "I smoki! a lot, because I find thi it Camels keep me on the alert... banish that 'done; in' •feeling,' .Archer. says Alford And what a swell taste they have!" SOCIETY'MATRON. Mrs. Lridlow Wnitaker • Stevens,. of 'New York.'says: "It's'rd- markable the way a- Camel renews your, energy." •' (_ llv.; GIRL EXPLOKEB.' "When rm tirediK j says.Mrs.. William. I LaVarre, "liBtqp"> and smoke a" CameL •It wakes op my energy in nolthne.' Smoking. Camels. 7 steadily does nirt'. ' • ..ENGINEER. "Camels refresh ; me in a'very few minat sa.' '' ErwinB.Jones.staffengineer, Boulder Dam. J And m an, what a B weir taste Camels have!" 013S5, K. J. Bemolds Xbb. Co. • TRANSPACIFIC? "? ~ FLYER. "Camels* .'^ • are my •super-'';'; charger..' . Thejr.^ give me new energy and 'go,'" says Sir Charles ' Eingsford-Smith. " RANCHER. Charley Belden, of Pitchfork, Wyoming, adds bis ' comment: "When I get to feeling tired, I smoke a Camel, and my energy perks op right away." EXPLORER.'Captain B. Stuart .Hurray, F. R. G. S:, says: "Camels always give me a pick- ;np in energjrwnen I need It, and, 31 prifer Camel's flaw." - 1 ?'•*[''.»»•^. REPORTER. "When Finf: ,ing 'let down,'" says Many •Nichols, "I get a 'lift' in my «neror with a CameL" j ' ALASKAN EXPLORBBl Harold McCracken baa' tUas to say: "Camels ar« mM^I yef have a foil, rich flat '^ They refresh-my i 'imakel mejfeei ^^-au^S-? 8 ^" 1 :i! ' W "' radio BRIDGE ENGINEER, R.& Cone says; "It's a . strennoiis lif •— bridging the CioU- enGaU-Whenrm qmckr/ ilirrotilAxr E. E?C.:; woad speaking: "Do I get i SAB iini^mi^iT way I torn < to'smok*. - Itf," £..1^4

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