The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 23, 1935 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 23, 1935
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<-» t April as, 1088. EVERYDAY PRICES Eastman Kodaks and Films Devfeloping - "Finishing Wall Paper and Paints Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — Phone 4fl. West Side Square Social Events leadership Club. The American Citizenship Club, sponsored by the Epsilon Sigm'a Omicron Sorority held its second meeting in. the Library club room, Monday afternoon. Sixteen have registered for this course, and much^interest is evidenced in attendance and enthusiasm. The course of study "Our Liberties—How We Won Them" consists of a study of our Englisli heritage of Freedom, and the slate documents into which have heen written the ideals and practices of the United States for the past three centuries, and which for the bases of wliat we term ^ Americanism. The beginnings of self-government in New England and Virginia -were shown in pictures. This citizenship Club is open to all. and each meeting offers an opportunity for additional registrations. Should a nisht class be desirable, arrangements can l>e rhade for evening meetings. The officers of the club arc Mrs. Lew Richards, president, and Madonna Phares. secretary. The club meets on Monday from 2:30 to 4:30. - lies are cordially invited to a pitehin supper to be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Plake, 1050 North Main street, Wednesday evening, at 6:30 o'clock. All members are requested to take a favorite dish and table service. A full attendance from ithe two organizations is desired. Dinner Guest*. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell W. Kinder of 408 East Jefferson street had as their Monday evening dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Ben Clark of Claredon, Va.; Mrs. Raymond Robey and two daughters of Washington. D. C"., and Mrs. Sheridan Clyde, it., and 1 two daughters, Sheridan Clyde, Sf., and Joseph Clyde all of Elwood. Mrs. Kinder, Mrs. Robey and Mrs. Clark are all daughters of •Sheridan Clyde. ST., of Elwood and they and their father visited Easter Sunday with Mr. and Mrs T. J. Sauer at Ft. Recovery, 0. Mrs. Sauer being another daughter. The visitors will be here anc at Elwood for the remainder o the week, before leaving for their respective homes. Eurhrp Party. nirtlul.iv Surprise. The euchre party given Saturday evening in the K. of P. hal by the Royal Neighbor lodge was well attended and was a sticces! in every way. Prizes for the ladies were won by Mrs. Floyd Woods and Mrs Okie Floyd. .Norman Birden and Bert Barnes were the holders o high scores for the men. Pan Walsh was the winner of the love ly door prize. The .committee in charge of th arrangements for the party wa well pleased with the large num ber attending, and wishes t thank all who assisted in makin the evening such 'a huge success Junior Musicnlo. Doctor for Quintuplets Complimented by Child Specialist. (By United Press). Callender, Ont., April 23. — A oted Toronto child specialist, ailed into consultation after com' lairits were made bf the father f the Dionne qiilntnplets. foday eported the four babied who nre uttering from colds as "stiowlng atisfactory recovery." The specialist is Dr. Allan Brown. He examined the fotfr ill babies—Annette, Ceclle, Emille and Marie—upon authorization of he government after the father, Ollva Dionne, ^had charged that Dr. Allan Roy Dafoe. famous country doctor, had not disclosed he serious'nes's of their Illness. Dr. Brown, however, confirmed Jr. Dafoft's earlier statements anil added a warm compliment to the country doctor who has cared for :hem since birth. ''The babies are n splendid condition," he said. AIXEGEI> HIJACKER. Federal Authorities Arrest Man in Morrocco Case. my Unltf-J Press). Chicago, April 23.—James Cus te r surrendered to Federal au thorlties here yesterday under al federal indictment charging him| with disposing of goods stolen In truck hijacking at Morrocco, Ind.. Dec. 17, 1934. Goods valued at approximately $5,000 was taken in the hijacking. The truck, owned by the Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, was enroute from Chicago to Detroit. Clifford Crum ot South Main street, was tho victim of a cleverly arraiippd surprise party Sunday in honor of his birthday anniversary which is April 2S. A bountiful chicken dinner was enjoyed at the noon hour, after •which the afternoon was delightfully spent socially. Those present to enjoy the day were Mr. and Mrs. Buell Crum and daughters Helen and Irma Lucille. Mr. and Mrs. George Criss of Liberty, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kring and daughter Sally Jo of Marion, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sinimonds and daughters Rosalie Ann and Crhistian of Kokomo, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crum of Tipton. The Junior Musicale of Tipto high school met Monday evening at the home of Edith Smith on North Conde street. " The roll call was answered with current events, after which plans were discussed for a Mother's Day tea. Miss Lois Slone, sponsor, gave an interesting report concerning the'national music convention held ' recently at Indianapolis. The lesson for the evening was on the I "Symphony Orchestra," was was given by Mary Ellen Barrum. At the close of the evening lovely refreshments were served by ' the'hostess. Women of Moose. The Women of "the Moose will entertain Wednesday evening at 8:00 o'clock with a tango party at the Moose hall. Several lovely prizes will be given, and a delightful time is in store for all attending. Wall paper, 8c to $3 a double roll. Rexall Drug Store.. c-tf Tribune Want Ada Get Results. Anhnnl Banquet j and Program Was an Enjoyable Affair. The annual alumni banquet ot the Arcadia high school was held Saturday evening in the high school gymnasium. The members and guests assembled in the corridor of the schoel^building until 8:30 When, led by "the 1935 senior class, they were taken to the gym. I The meeting was opened by the president, Mrs. Glen j Drumm and during the first course the welcome address was given by James Shockney and the response by Robert Clark. Mrsj Chet Mall sang a solo and was| accompanied by Miss Victoria Mosbaugb. During the second course th<? Albright trio, who broadcast OTer WHBU gave several numbers. Short memorial services were held for Rev. Orlaj Tomes who passed away Friday night and other members whose death occurred during the past year. As the last coursfe was served Miss Margaret Sexton read ihe minutes of the last jmeeting. The nominating committee with Dr. Frank Rodenbeck as chairman nominated the following' officers for the coming year: President, John Chenoweth; vice-president, James Correll, Jr., and secretary, June Baker. The treasurer's report was given by the permanent treasurer, C. W. Guy. Mrs. Drumm then introduced the toastmaster Herschel Davis of Indianapolis and toasts were given by Ralph Waltzl Mrs. Raymond McNeal of Riissiaville. Don Hope, Lloyd Lieurance and Wylle Turner. I At the close ol the banquet a clever program was given with a song and dance by,Mary Catherine Winslow and Lloyd DeVol with Miss Mosbaugh at the piano. Miss Georgetta Lively of Marion gave several tap and toe dances in costume. The remainder of the program was given! by Glen, Finley and a group from the Northwood church in Indianapolis and they gave an excellent program of readings and music. Mrs. Clarence Fleming of Ho bart and Mrs. Robert Gaudlitz of Sjringfield, ill., were present from the greatest distance and others were present from Indianapolis, Noblesville,! Tipton, Anderson, Kokomo, Frankfort, Muncie, Russlaville and Macy. «10 — AXXUAL PROGRAM. Luther Richman Directed Chorus and Appeared as; Soloist. ^rp.^ GOLDEN WEDDING. The Charles City, Ipwa, male chorus, whose director is Luther A. Richman, formerly; of Tipton, recently presented its fourth annual concert with Mr. Richman as baritone soloist. He has been In charge of the chorus since it's organization. Tipton county, music lovers are familiar with the numbers presented. The splendid program was given by forty singers. Mr. Richman's choir at the First Methodist Episcopal churcn in Cedar Falls called "The Choir of Youth" recently presented "The Seven Last Words of Christ" by Dubois. He writes that he was much pleased with the work done by the young people as well as the Charles City male chorus. Mrs. IS IMPROVING. Divon Smith Recovering Prom Accident. Mr. and Mrs. Tug Smith of Lafayette were in Tipton for a short | time Sunday visiting with friends i and relatives on their way to' ; Indianapolis. j Mr. Smith stated that his moth- j er, Mrs. Dixon Smith, who is in j the St. Elizabeth hospital at La-j f ayette. recovering from a broken hip, is getting alori'g as well as possible. The latest X-ray of the hip showed that the bones are knitting. This was_ a great surprise to the physicians in charge who feared the break would not mend due to her age. It is now thought the bones will knit properly and she will be able to be up and walking in' due time. - Cicero Couple Celebrated This Event On Sunday. A happy group of relatives and friends gathered Sunday at the home of Mr.; and Mrs. John/Faulstick in Cicero to assist the couple in celebrating their golden wedding anniversary which was on that date. ; The house and table were decorated in keeping with the anniversary and iEaster colors, with nine gold and white-cakes adorning the table. Mr. and Mrs. Faulstlck, the latter of whom was formerly. Miss Elizabeth Bascher, daughter of Cicero, were .united In marriage April 21, 1885, at the St. . Jos- Mr, and Mrs. August Bus,cher .of eph's church in Tipton with Rev Father Lenz officiating.: Mrs Frank Hnber of Indianapolis was a bridesmaid at the wedding, and was also happy to be present for the celebration. Others who attended" the wedding fifty years ago and who were among the gather ing Sunday were William Kaiser of Elwood, and Mrs. Anna Hart ley of Cicero. The honor couple are the par tnts of eight children, and have twelve grandchildren, all ' living. They are justly proud of the fact that there have been no deaths in the family for fifty years. All the children were present for the dinner Sunday with the exception of a daughter, Theresa of New York, who sent her congratula- M~*|l|tfa Mrs. Raymond ] Embry <ot Hiio'. Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. lion and family ojf Elwood", Charlie j FaulStiek Catherine FaulsticK at home. Others were, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Beimel, Miss Elizabeth! Glntert, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huber of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kaiser of Elwood, Russel Moon, J,.i R. Moon of. Indianapolis, Mrs. Pauline' Fischej and ' daughter, Mrs. Nichols Bailey or tndianapo- Marguerite .of Elwood, I Mr and Us 1 , Mrs. Mildred Peddigo and sons, of Indianapolis, i Mr. and Mrs. ' Manuel Hartley bf Bethlehem, Claude -Crum, Mrs. Florence Deakyne, Mr. and Mrsj Gus Bus- cner. of Atlanta/ Mr. and! Mrs. John McEntee and children of Atlanta, Mrs. Howard Spidel ot Atlanta, Mrs. Victor Harrison, of Cicero, Mr] and Mrs. Doyle Carraway of Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gross, Victor Brown, of Marlon, Mr, and Mrs. Mark Wiles, Mrs. Lawrence Clifford, Miss Dorothy Jo Faiilstick dr Marion, " Mrs. Frank Scully of'Noblesville, Mrs. Grace Dewey and Mrs. John Meehan of Cicero. ; We Loan Money -For Home Purchasing, Home Building, and Home Remodeling or Improvements. The Tipton Building and Loan Association Court Street J. A. LEWIS, Sec'y. ; KIWANIS CLTTB. Third Division to be Entertained • hy Kokomo Club Thursday. i The Kokomo Klwanls Club will be host to the clnbs of the Third Division Thursday, April 25 and Tipton is expecting to take a large delegation to the meeting. The meeting will be held at the tions and lovely gifts to her par- gourtland Hotel and following ents. They also received a number j^g meeting at 4:0 ° °' clock the banquet served at 6:30 and Brig. Gen. W. K. Naylor, commanding officer at Fti. Benjamin of of other beautiful presents which they are very proud. During the afternoon a social „,„„„.„„ _..„.. — , time was held, Mr. and Mrs. | Harrison will be the after dinner Faulstlck especially'enjoying thei^ pea ]t er . radio program from WHBU, when, i A silver loving cup will be pre- tbe song, "Take Up Thy Cross, s ente d to the club with the larg- and Follow Me," was played in | esst per cent of membership pres- -their honor,- having been request-! ent a t the meeting and Tipton is ed by a neighbor, Mrs. Lawrence j going after the cup. Clifford. ^~" Sunday Guests. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kessler.and daughter, Estelle May, of Nbrtii S East street, had as their Sunday ,, dinner '.guests, Mr. and Mrs. . Amos M|<hel. Mary Plessinger, ; Mr. and Mrs. George W. Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Trennamen and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul ; Freeman,«&11 of Kokomo, • Mrs. *, Bert Mikesell and two children ot Russiaville, and Mabel Scott at- this city. Mrs. Mikesell remained ^ to visit for a few days jwith het * sister. Mrs. Kessler. A bountiful dinner was enjoyed at the noon hour, and the'- afternoon was spent socially. SALE CONTINUES! Dresses, $2.95 and $5.95 Coats, $10.00. BEAUTY Card party at Academy gym Wednesday evening; bridge and euchre, c-173 DELMAR SALON Those present for the day were • as follows: Their children, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Faulstick. and daughter Betty, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Faulstick and family, Mr. and Daily Bible Quotation. Make a joyful noise unto God. ali the earth'; sing forth the glory ot> his. name; make his praise Butterscotch Drop Cookies Honey Cookies Sliced Twin Bread GASPS BAKERY A Pitrllin Supper. Members of the local post of American- Legion, members of the Legion Auxiliary, and their fami- Permanent Waving SLAUTER'S AND BEAUTY 8HOPPE l ITZ THEATRE THREE DAYS LEFT NOW PLAYING I'o-NVorkPrs Class. The Co-Workers class of the Kemp Methodist church held its regular meeting Monday evening in the church basement, opening with a pitch-in supper. Following the business session, during which several matters of interest were discussed, a social hour with games and contests was enjoyed. • Prize winners were Mrs. John W. Rose, Mrs. Harry Smith and Mayme Reed. Members of the entertaining committee for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fretz, Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Durham, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ramsey and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Grlshaw. Methodist Ladles Aid. 1 The general Ladles Aid society of the Kemp Methodist church will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Marlon Day at her home, 457 North West street. A full attendance ot members Is desired. •" * r M ; and Monday Present Pay Club. The Present Day club will meet Thursday evening at 6:50 o'clock in the lobby of the Rltr theater for a theater party. Every mem- •ber Is especially urged to be present. «•» Helpers dab. There will be no. meeting of the Helpers Club this month and members are asked to take no- tlce. Further announcement will DB| made lat«f; thtniripy at tfifa comjju^ I cba w «*r to talk We Mrs. George Stitch of Mansfield, To anxiety... 1 anvuaun. 9 to be ttyou w«l *e than tie your ttuA 4 coal Mr ' I • • . i I am mad* only of the choice center leaves. The top leaves are bitttr, biriAg. The bottom leavea' are griiy.f tough and unpal- ~ . F M t . • ! i ' f ** I atatle. M ffaarant, center f ves—so! 1 ' and .;;.i(:?ip

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