The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 24, 1935 · Page 3
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/Wednesday, April Si. io»3. PRICES , •' Eastman Kodaks and Films .Developing - Finishing Wall Paper and Faints Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — Phone 4fl. West Side Square Bnsy Bee Club. Social Events | Birthday Dinner. The Busy Bee club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. G. Nicholson on Walnut street, with nearly all the members present and the following guests, Mesdames G. O. Runyon, C. B. Stemen, Hull Cole, Denzil Burton, i Sara Nicholson, Lew Richards, \V. ] A. Comptou and J. W. Rose, and Louise Henderson. During the social hour which followed the brief business session, Mrs. Stemen and Miss Henderson played a lovely piano duet. Miss Henderson played a piano solo, and Mrs. Frank Russell sang three solos in keeping with spring. At the close of the delightful afternoon, Mrs: Nicholson served delicious refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Teter of Tetersburg entertained Sunday at their home in honor of the former's birthday anniversary which is Tuesday. A bountiful dinner was on- >yed at the noon hour, the cen- baked by piece for tho table large angel food cake Mrs. Teter. Guests present for the delightful day were Mr. and Mrs. Clem Henry and grandson. James Roland Henry. Mrs. Matilda Henry. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Teter and son, Donald, all of -TKersbur;?. Mrs. Claude Little and Mr. and Mrs. George Campbell and daughter, Grace, all of Tipton, and Mrs. Martha Richardson of Goldsmith. Friday Night Club. Mr. The Friday Night rhih meet Friday i-voning with and Mrs. Russell Phifi-r. •)"" North Conde street. _A11 members are requested to take note and be present. Kntre Xous (lull. There will be no meeting of the Entre Nous club this week. All members of the club are requested to take note of the change. Permanent Waving SLAUTER'S HAT AND BEAUTr 8HOPPE Martz Clnss. The regular monthly quilting and dinner of the Martz class of the West Street Christian church wil be held all day Friday at the home or Mrs. Charles McConkey, •lf>3 North" West street. There will be a dinner served at the noon hour to the general public. Every member is urged to be present as there is work for all. Business Women's Club. The Tipton Business and Professional Women's club will meet in regular session Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs, Nannie Grishaw, 218 North West street. Every member is especially- urged to be present as there will be election of officers. from Indiana university. and Wives going to Lebanon PAID FOB BUILDINGS. Check Received for Site Raises Hopes For Action. The receipt of a check lor $10,000 from the Procurement Department of the United States Post Office department, was reported Wednesday by Mayor W. A. Compton, head of the Compton & Son Corporation, owners of the post office building site v The check had been expected for some time and its coming raises hopes that some action will be taken soon to start razing the two buildings on the site at the corner of Independence and Jefferson streets. The bids for construction of the postoffice building were opened December 14, 1934 . and Htnry Dattmar of Detroit was low with a bid of $32,275 for one type and S38.075 for another. Mayor Compton made an effort to have the buildings razed by local labor but was advised by the contractor the contract had been let to another company. Unofficial information regarding the delay now in starting proceedings is that the department is making changes in the plans for the building, and if this be Thursday night about 40 members of Tipton Council No. 8'0 will leave for 'Lebantin, accompanied by their wives true there may be another ting of the contract. let- Craft Clnss. Mrs. Katherine Burdge will entertain Hie Craft class of the Kemp Methodist church Thursday afternpon at 2:30 o'clock at her home. 115 East North street. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. I.. M. Burdge and MCS. Charles Seward. Every member is cordially invited to attend. Wesleynn Indies. The Women's Home and Foreign Missionary society of the Wesleyan Methooist church will meet Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the parsonage on North Independence street. Every lady of the church is invited and urged to attend and take materials for bandages. TWO DAYS LEFT Tonight and Tomorrow Friday and Saturday Adults Any Seat KidslOc O'BRIEN 15c L A MAM'S AMAH Saturday Hight Only *. — BIG'ACTS — 4 , and Monday 'EWUE The Worth While club meet Friday afternoon at Vill o'clock with Mrs. Leroy Snow at Conde street. All members are urged to The Tipton Rebekah lodge. No. 502, will meet in regular session Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the I. O. O. F. lodge hall. Every member is requested to be present. ROSARY CHAPTER O. E. S. Memorial Services for Two Deceased Members. Rosary chapter. No. 66, Order of Eastern Star, met in regular session Tuesday evening, with a good attendance of members present. During the regular business session, final plans were made for attending the Grand Chapter at Indianapolis Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Merlin Maish, worthy matron, Mrs. Ross Wickersham, and Joe Booth will attend as delegates, the latter going as alternate for Charles Downes, worthy patron. A number of other members have expressed their intention of attending. Following the business discussion, an impressive memorial service was conducted by Mrs. Besse Beyersdorfer and Mrs. Ebert Allison in memory of Mrs. C. M. King and Mrs. Jennie Read, two members of the chapter whosl death occurred recently. MEETING POSTPONED. Tipton County Women's Democratic Club to Meet May 2nd. The meeting of the Tipton County Women's Democratic Club to have been held Thursday night has been postponed until Thursday night May 2 and members are asked to take notice of the change. Business of importance is to be transacted and it is necessary that all be present. MRS. FRANK WHEATLEY. Vice-President Mrs. Florence Rollings, Sec'y.' Kill Kare Klub. The Kill Kare Klub will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Rube Lett at her home. 134 Columbia avenue. A full attendance of members is desired. Modern Priscilln. The Modern Priseilla club will meet Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. D. E. Leist at her home, 418 North Main street. All members are requested to be .present. W. R. C. Meeting. The Women's Relief Corps met Friday afternoon In the G. A. R. hall of the courthouse. A full attendance of members is desired. Happy? I say she wfll, be happy at the end of the fuel: season to see how clean our genuine No. 8 Pocahonta« hart kept her rooms. l : - KcgUtrrrd Home, 11-19. Office, 55. Ho I i — Thoni|>son-Palmer. Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Eva Palmer, daughter of Mr. and -Mrs Ollie Palmer of Sheridan, and James Thompson, son of'Mr. ant Mrs. Dova Thompson near Ekin the impressive single ring ceremony taking place Saturday evening at the Christian church parsonage in Sheridan, with Rev. L R. Gray officiating. The only attendants of the couple were Millard Palmer brother of the bride, and Mildrec Mitchell of'Sheridan. The bride was attractively gowned in navy blue, with accessories to match For the present the newlyweds wlTKreslde with the groom's parents "near Ekin. • Mr. Thompson is a graduate o the Goldsmith high school, anc Mrs. Thompson graduated from the Sheridan high school. .Both are quite popular among the young people of that locality, and have many friends v to extend heartiest congratulations a j good wishes. Five Killed. Appamattoz, Va., April 2 Five persons were killed, four ing burned to death, in a Involving three . automoviles Sport Springs, near here, toft: cnsh , C. N. Parker of •treet North belt a Main hisi 'riends to attend a' banquet tendered them by the Lebanon couii- cil. The banquet is beinjr arranged n payment of a contest in whlqh he two councils have gaged lor membership. and lady been en- Tipton cured the most new members and u ebanon pays. On next Tuesday night at the Masonic hail a banquet will be lerved by the council and chapter of Tipton and several gran'd lodge officers and '• visitors from surrounding councils and! chapters will be present. The bajnquet will be at 6:30 with an entertainment ollowing. ! The meeting will also be In honor of Tipton's three -past ;rand officers, A. J. Smlith, a past grand high priest, Charles H. Warne a past grand master and Rev. Henri illustrious R. Pearcy a past grand chaplain of the ehap- ;r. i This event will also be for members, their wives j and lady friends and a splendid time is anticipated, j Mrs. Clyde Webb, < president of the ilocal chapter of the Tri Kappa sorority] anil Mary Qeiie Esslg, Will go to Indianapolis Thursday to attend the three-dayfsession of the twenty-thisd annual; state convention of jthe [TrI-Kappa sorority, to be held at the Claypool hotel. The convention will open Thursday afternoon with registration beginningfat 2:00 o'clock. At 8:00 o'clock, the Province~officers Tipton chapter ;are-.plannii^g toi attend, parts of the convent Several other members all are anticipating a fin WrlKnt-Fonch. of [the ion, and time. will entertain Iwlth a reception in the Assembly room. Program, features will include the j Pall Mall Marionettes of Montlcello, and song and dance . numbers from Jasonville. i i Friday morning at 7:00 o'clock, the delegates land officers will be- ! Mr. and Mrs; Wil Fpuch near Ekin have announced the marriage of their Daughter, Mildred, to Dick Wright, son of Mr; iaad Mrs. Charles Wright of Sheridan, the ceremony taking plaqe at the office of the Justice of the Peace In Anderson Saturday evening. Mrs. John 1 Collins was the only attendant. The bride wore a gown of blue, with white accessories. ! Mrs. Wright is at the present employed in Anderson, and Mr. Wright is a driver for the Condensed Milk company - at Sheridan, having graduated from the entertained at breakfast in the Sheridan high school. main dining .room, after which j The newlyweds plan to go to the first business session will open at 9:00 O'clock. During this Pnmell Services. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Parnell on South East [street was filled Wednesday afternoon when friends and relative's gathered there to attend funeral services held for their baby son, Allan Ray, whose death occurred Monday mornin'g at Indianapolis. The body was surrounded with beautiful floral pieces jfrom sympathetic friends. j Rev. H. R. Pearcy and Rev. C. A. Wade conducted the services, after which burial was in the Fairview cemetery beside the twin brother, Alvin Fay, wjiose death occurred six weeks ago. time repotrs will be heard from the various department chairmen and province '• officers, concerning the work of the past year, his session will • clos;e with a luncheon in 'the Chateau at 12:00 o'clock, with the tables arranged according to provinces. housekeeping in the fall in Sheridan where they will be' at home to their many friends. Birth Announcecnt. Stl.-Patrick's at Kokomo was the scene of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mettlin of North West street have received word of the birth of a fine,8%pound baby girl to Mr. and Mrs. The afternoon business session j Harold Brady of Michigan City, will be followed by a banquet at I Tne ljttle on vho has ibeen g iven 6:30 o'clock and the convention | tlle , lame p at ri c ia, arrived Wed- ball at 9:30 p'clock with Cover- ne sday morning at 7:30 o'clock nor and Mrs.; Paul V. McNutt leading the grand march. The feature of the Saturday morning session will be two plays presented by the Indiana Univer- age 3. at the St. Anthony hospital in Michigan City. This is the second child in the home, and she is welcomed by a sister, Margene, sity Traveling Theater.; The final business session will be held Saturday afternoon, and the convention will close with a tea at 2:30 o'clock for all Tri Kappas, patronesses, mothers, and guests. At this time Katherine Turney 'Garten will give a book review, Brahms," by Schauffler, and a musical program will be presented by ; Professor "The Unknown Robert Haven Mr. Brady was formerly Miss Eunice Mettlin of this city. Both she and her daughter are getting along splendidly. Mrs. Mettlin left Wednesdey afternoon; for Michigan City to remain at the homo of her daughter for several weeks. Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Wade of North Main street were! Kokomo business visitors Monday. pretty. wedding Tuesday morning at 7J o'clock when Miss Constance Phillips-became the. bride of Joseph j Harris. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrsl Richard Phillips, 612 West Jeffersbn street, Kokomo. The | single ring ceremony was. performed by the Rev. R. J. Halpin; Allies and other Easter flowers ! decorated the altar. - Thei bridal attendants were Miss Rosemary Renshaw, a friend of-thej bride since-childhood, and Francjs X. -Donahue. Miss Renshaw ,was dressed in hyacinth blue- crepe 'with with pink trimmings! and her flowers were a shoulder -corsage of Talisman roses. - Her accessories were navy blue and she wore a gold and pink'bracelet, the gift of the bride.' Thei bride wore, a beautiful dress of ashes of roses crepe with a braided trim. Her hat and other accessories were navy blue and she wore a shoudler corsage of white-roses. Following the ceremony, a wedding breakfast was given, in honor, of the couple at the home of the bride's parents. Out-of- town guests were Mrs. Nicholas Maschek of Chicago and Mrs. Charles Deacon of LaPorte, cousin and aunt of the -bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. Harris will make their home in Kokomo. Both were graduated • from Kokomo high school with the class of 1933. Mr. Harris also attended Jasper academy. He is employed by the Kingston Products Co. at Kokomo. The bridegroom was reared in Tipton and attended the Tipton schools, removing with his family to'Kokomo four years ago. His father was for a long time em- p'loyed in the F. J. Fraltch Lumber Company plant and later with the J. P. Smith Lumber Company of Tipton. Mrs. Will .For Home -Purchasing, Home Building, and Home Remodeling or Improvements. The Tipton Building and Loan Association Court Street J. A. LEWIS, Sec'y. Harris mother of the bridegroom was before her marriage. Miss Mary Fralich of Tipton. KIDNAP THREAT. Ransom of $25,OOO Demanded From Louisville Doctor. (By United Press). Louisville, Ky., April 24. — Special police guarded M r s. Louise Baker, wife of Dr. Everett H. Baker and former beauty contest winner, from a man who threatened to kidnap her for §25,000 ransom. Federal agents and police believed .the author of a note demanding the money was a "crank" but provided a guard for -Mrs. Baker. SALE CONTINUES! Dresses, $2.95 and $5.95 Coats, $10.00 DELMAR ' veryihing that Silence n \ i ' about making cigarettes is mj&m « ; : , t ' CBESTfRJ * I 11 he cigarette industry could never have been wh&t it is except for these modern cigarette machines ... They make good cigarettes and smickers know each individual cigarette receives the most care- fulj inspection. | ! You'd hardly believe such attention to detail possible unless you could see it "with your own eyes. \ When the Chesterfield tobacco comes to the cigarette | making machines it has been Iblended ancl cross-blended. Then it is cut into lojng even shreds just the right size to smoke right and! burn right. , Every IChesterfield Cigarette has to be perfectly madfe to get by jour inspectors. j Until you open the package yourself the cigarettes arejscarcely j touched b|y, human hanqs, ... .n Mild, ripe tobaccos, Skilled \ \ 'workers and the most'maderh ' H I ] ' ' • * • • • i I' up-to-date machinery atthelp \ j to make Chesterfield toe !{• igarette( tliafs fnilder,, th igdrette that tastes defter. ki >.. 8v •*$

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