The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 1, 1935 · Page 3
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Cleaner n8c Arkenau's Drug Store ; Free Delivery — Phone 4«. i Vfesi Side Square club h Mrs. W. V. Huber at her West with street eleven al North . afternoon libers present. W. Addleman, a mem- ' the. club who is in the hos- tft Mooresville, was reported £to Ibelbnproving ^nicely. A shadow 5f was afflo cast over the afternoon's i enjoyment by the report of the death of Mrs. Freda Watkins of Kokomo, who was a member of the' club when she resided, in Tipton. Following a brief business session, in charge of the president, Mrs. Charles Hess, a delightful social hour was enjoyed, after which the hostess served delicious refreshments. • i» Missionary Meeting. Delphian Club. The Delphian club closed their year's work Tuesday afternoon with a lovely spring luncheon at the home of Mrs. V. W. Robinson on North Main street, with a good attendance of members and one special guest. Mrs. Carl Graf of Chicago. The house was charmingly decorated in keeping with spring, with lovely bouquets of tulips and other spring flowers. In the absence of both the president. Mrs. T. D. Foster, and the vice-president, Mrs. W. A. Zaloudek. the secretary, Mrs. Glen McCorkle took charge of the business session following the delicious meal. During this time one new member, Mrs. Ralph Pugh of, Windfall was elected to the organization. CLAY SCHOOL.^ Closing Exercises .Were There Tuesday. Held A group of happy children was dismissed from the Clay school, southwest of Tipton Tuesday to return no more until fall when the new school term opens. Five of the group who have been among those taught by Mrs. Florence Speckbaugh for the past year, will not return to Clay in the fall, as they were given diplomas' Those in the graduating ciass were Naomi Wolverton, Myrna Butler, Burl Day, Murl Day and (Donald Clark. During the year, ten of the students have been present for every day of school, and they were giv- attendance cards in recognition of their faithfulness, as fol- Plans were discussed for a tea to i lows: Naomi Wolverton, Burl Day, The Women's Missionary society of the First Baptist church will meet at the home of .Mrs. John Ballman, southwest of Tipton Thursday afternoon at 2:00 '0,'clock This js the first meeting ot the new year, and every member is urged to be present. All persons wishing to go are asked to call Mrs. Ralph Lambert, and transportation will be provided. Permanent [•BAT AND BEACTT -SHOPPE be held in June, when the pro-JMurl Day, Clayton Day, Mary El- grams for the new year will be j len Day, ,Mary Stevens, Lois Mit- distributed. jchell, Ernest Malott, Robert Cop- For the study period, Mrs. G. G. Davis gave a review of "The Opperman's." by Loin Seuch Twangei 1 . The book which was originally written in German, and translated into English, contains the story of the Hitler movement Germany, and the persecution of the Jews In an effort to drive them out of Germany and back to 'ulcstine. The autlior centers his story about a typical Jewish family of wfiirh three members are employed as a school teacher, business man, and doctor at the time the anti-Jewish movement begins, and portrays in a vivid manner the effect the movement had upon these three phases of ordinary life. The review was splendidly presented by Mrs. Davis, and showed that much time bad been spent in its preparation. This year's study has been a particularly interesting one all and the members have operated heartily in the preparation of programs and in attendance during the year. The group lingered until a late hour enjoying a social time, and discussing the. accomplishments of the past months. der THB *|IWp»r BAIL* TRlBtfNE i Roosevelt at Oar 10 nicni n ID UlobLU Philanthropic Physician Un Arrest in Southi i College Town. Money era DEATH STARTS PROBE , pock and Catherine Riebeling. Cards were also given to eigth other students whose attendance was 98 per cent perfect. Although the school did not close until Tuesday, a community supper and program were enjoyed at the school Thursday evening of last week, with a large attendance cf parents and patrons, as well as students and former students. Following the bountiful pitch- in supper, the children entertained with songs, dialogues and recitations which were much enjoyed by all. Mrs. Ardath Burkhart. Instructor of muSIc and art in the Cicero township schools, assisted In -the preparation and presentation of the musical part ot the program. At the close of this part of the evening, Fred Wolverton, president of the Parent-Teachers Association, took charge of the meeting, and a number of talks for! were given by visiting teachers co-land patrons, and by County Superintendent F. L McReynolds. The guests adjourned at a late hour praising both Mrs. Speck- baugh and Mrs. Burkhart very highly for their work with the students of the school during tha year. ATREJ A ''and Tomorrow MTE vo Admitted on One Ticket Tour Pal Birthday Surprise. Mrs. Sarah Dunn was the guest of honor at a surprise birthday dinner Sunday in honor of her SOth anniversary, arranged by her sister-in-law, Mrf. Ida Crouch of Windfall, who has been visit- (By United Press). i Enid, Okla., May 1.—Thejfiling of mur|der charges against an elderly, philanthropic physician disclosed 'today an investigation into an alleged illegal operation; ring which Gov. E. W. Marland! denounced as "the worst I ever heard of." i The charges were placed against: Dr.- Guy B. Brewer, unmarried physician i of Garber, Okla., who maintains! three homes for Oklahoma A. &! M. college students at Stillwater, one of which lie calls "the House of purity." i i The action against! Dr. Brewer followed an investigation i conducted by Lieut. Robert Huston, personal representatiye of Governor Maijland. The charges weire in connection with the death of 'Mrs. Victor JTones, 20. According to the complaint signed ; by her husband, an Enid store; clerk, Mrs. Jones underwent an Illegal operation A^rii 3 and died eight days later. She was the mother of two childreni one 15 months old, the other three years old! i „ At Stillwater, Dr. Brewer i was regarded as an altruistic old gentleman whose philanthropies in the interests of college .students had no strings j attached. The "house of purity" is a two- story frame building | on a tree- shaded street near the campus where Offlrers Who Will Conduct Affairs '• of Order Take : Places; Franklin jD. Roosevelt, Jr. While his father guides the ship of | state, Frknklin D. Roosevelt, Jr.; above, takes an 'bar on the junior Harvqrd varsity crew during the first:workout of the sea- ion on the Charles river at Cambridge, Mass. HAD FINE PROGRAM. o3d 'School posed Tuesday With Big Supper jnnd Many Visitors. The Moose lodge installed officers for the coming year at their regular meeting Tuesday night and a gobd attendance of members was present at the: ceremony. Willard: Burton is the'past dictator. Fred; Nelson was installed for another year as dictator with Morton 'Simmons as vice-dictator and Dale iWoods as prelate. M. C. Shope as i treasurer and D. A. Holtsclaw as trustee were placed in office again and B. C, Chambers was installed for the fourth year as secretary. The other officers are: Ray Cox, sergeant-at- arms; Clayton Sharp, inner guard and Dennis Ogden, outer guard. The Moose lodge within, the past year has added a large number of new members [and is taking on new life. Recently the order held a big meeting in Tipton with an all day entertainment and prominent: men of the order in attendance. The lodge maintains club rooms, in connection with the lodge room in the First [National Bank building on East Jefferson street. Within the past two months the Ladies of the Moose has been reorganized and is meeting regularly. —i: ! •»»> SHABPSVILLE ALUMNI. senior students reside. BEECH GROVE SCHOOL. Annual Dinner nnd Closing Exercises Held Tuesday. ing her for several weeks, here were approximately sixty guests present to enjoy the bountiful pitchin dinner including eight larse cakes. One cake, baked by a niece, Mrs. Carl Edwards, was decorated with eighty small can dies, and served as the cente piece for the table. The afternoo was spent in social conversatio until a late hour. Roboknh Lodge. HUE The Tipton Rebekah lo"dge, Ni 502, will meet in regular sessio Thursday evening at 7:30 o'cloc in the I. O. O. F. hall. A full attendance of member is desired. The Lido Club. The Lido Club will be enter tained Thursday evening at th home of Miss Luclle Burdge, 11 East North street, at 7:30. Al members are urged to be presen at this meeting. Comedy '••"* News Former Resident Here. Mont Propst former Tipton resident who has been living at Pueblo, Colo., for a number of years, engaged in railroading, arrived Tuesday evening for a short visit with friends. He is here to attend to business matters as well as visit and came alone. Old Hickory Pioo r Enam- e J. 69c qt Eexall Druir Store $1.00 DAYS HAT PRICES REDUCED Friday, Saturday HatShoppe We 1 apedaUae ip the, right coal for any equipment. Beau before yon bay; see 00 before yon'fill thMtibi for your next jtpaln burning Ma*on, and you will be bappyr too... The Beech Grove school northwest of Tipton closed Tuesday with the annual pitchin dinner at the noop. hour given by the patrons of the school, followed by the program in the afternoon by the children. Mrs. Helen Brinegar of this city is the teacher at Beech Grove, and under her direction, the the young people had prepared a very fine program consisting of a delightful operetta, "King of the Elves," given by the entire school; a number of recitations, and musical numbers, and a clever black face skit, "Coon Town Troubles," given by the seventh and eighth grade .boys. Mrs. Ardath Burkhart, instructor of music in the Cicero township schools, was present and served as accompanist for the operetta and other musical numbers. Diplomas' were presented by Mrs. Brinegar to the four students who have -completed the eight years of work as follows: Helen Guffy, Ollene Horton, Dorothy Mock and Richard McCorkle., At this time she also awarded attendance cards to six students who have not missed a day of school during the year, and six others who have a 98 per cent attendance record. Those who have not missed a day during the year are Helen GuTTy, Robert Grishaw, Norman In another house maintained by the doctor without . (|ost to | the occupants live 29 freshman boys. Seven gifl students live in a third house. ! ' The doctor pays board, rent on the the students' houses, their college ties and buys Iheir books. They do! their own laundry : and cleaning.! .! : Until last year Brewer's houses were approved for i social tions by acting as itors. Th the college, house mothers and nion- is year, however, at jthe doctor's [request, ment priv-ll was said the lege was withdrawn, n Wheth'sr other arrests in connection with the all would fo aged ring low, officers did not say. the fnnc- cooks entertain- it DEMOCRATIC WOMEN. Open Meeting to Be HP quart- The Tl Democrat rs Thursday pton county ic club -will !d at Head- Night.: Women's meet • at The Todd school taught by Mrs. essie Durr, [closed a successful term Tuesday and Tuesday evening the event was celebrated with a big community supper at 6:3(1 followed by a splendid program. The schooi located;! northeast of Tipton hafe been in; existence for many years and many of the past middle aged residents of the county had their first: training there. j :' Fairview school taught by Mrs. Durr for a number of j years sent a delegation I to the celebration and a number of visitors from other 'TJlaces,j Including Rev. and Mrs. R. G. Sifred of the Eaton church northi of Muncie being among the number, 'i Visitors from Tiptoii included Mrs. Jennie Shope, Mrsj Jessie Essig, Mr. and! Mrs. Sylvester Essig, Mrs. Minnie A. Shares and others. i Five of thd sixteen scholars of the school were presented with attendance cards, during the evening they niot having; missed a day nor been tardy during the school term. The five were Graydon Haskett,; Alice Weismiller, jand Philip, Marjorie and Judith Hoover. ! ';' ThiS year the school had two graduates, MJSB Irene .Ley and Robert Meeks! and both were presented diplomas by Mrs. Durr. Annual School Association Banquet He|d Tuesday Night calling on .Mrs. Emma Day and other' friends Sunday.' j. Mr. and Mrs.' Willis Owensb'y ahd.: children' of Atlanta visited Sunday with "Mrs. Anna Thatcher. Donald Lee six -weeks old son of Mr. and Mrs. Owensby who i.ad been at an Indianapolis hospital for five weeks was returned to his home Saturday. The little one is not gaining as fast as the parents would like. Officers elected at the alumni banquet 'Saturday evening for the ensuing year were: iMark Patterson, president: Ralph Breitwieser, vice - president: Mrs. Emaline Middleton, secretary and treasurer. . i Miss Lois Franz and Mrs. Lena Searfoss of Alexandria were the Snnday dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Winfrey^ Miss Ellen McNew spent Tuesday afternoon in Kokomo. About; thirty meinbers of the Ppcahpntas lodge of [ Windfall attended a district meeting of the Pocahontas lodges at Frankfort Tuesday evening and the Windfall .degree team conferred the work on a class of; -candidates. Guy Crouch is captain of the team. Mrs. Daisy Henry of Windfall Is great, trustee and all state officers, were in attendance. For Home Purchasing, Home Building, and Home Remodeling or Improvements. The Tipton Building and Loan Association Court Street J. A. LEWIS, Sec'y. Sterling Grocery Heinz Soups, special, per dozen ...1 $1.69 Phone 2£4 •IHMilnl I ers on the w^st side of heaaquan the courthouse Thursday night at 7:30 and an invitation is extended to all those who wish to affiliate with' the organization are asked to be present. I • !' , Mrs. Iijene Findling president of the club who has been In Florida for several months returned Sunday and will meet with •club. the Michel, Margaret Gunkle, Harold Gunkle and Buddy McCorkle. The school year has been a most successful one in every way, and the splendid entertainment Tuesday was a fitting close for he work which has been accomplished. Much Improved. George Doversberger, who has een quite ill at his home southwest of Tipton following a stroke >f paralysis, is reported to be much improved. ' He has been removed to the ome of his daughter, Mrs. George Tenscher ID the same immunity, as It was thought the hange would be beneficial. He • able to alt up a pint of the time. and cer, is not Buffered a Not So Well. TAKEN BY MISTAKE. A number of Tipton persons were at Sharpsville Tuesday evening where they attended the annual alumni banquet given in the high schooi auditorium. This was the silver anniversary of the organization of the association, and decorations were in keeping with the silver theme. Fa.vors were programs with silver covers, trimmed with pink ribbon and flowers. , • ' The delicious diner consisted of fruit cocktain, chicken a la king, cinnamon apples, shoestring potatoes, dressing, celery, stuffed dill pickles, 'roils, lime salad, pineapple she.rhet, cake and coffee. Francis Romack was the toastmaster for ithe evening,'and the welcome address was given ' by Emery Dark!, with the response by John Reniel Talks by Belle Hawkins arid Hobart Sweeney were much enjoyed by all. i The evening was spent iln dancing and playing cards until a 'late hour, with | jmusic furnished by Hiifflne's orchestra from Tipton. ONE OF THE JUDGES. LANE'S BIG TWO-DAY SALE Friday and Saturday! Miss Helen | Sullivan Will Assist in Annual, Health Contest. ' Clothes Taken Prom E. O. Smith Home Ra | nPned Washed. The Tipton; Daily Tribune was not off the press long Tuesday night before the disappearance of a basket of clothing from the street was solved. A North Main street woman Mrs. Lewis Fischvogt, who has been confi aed to the home of lier son, Mr. nnd .Mrs. George ; Flsph- vogt soutwhest of Tipton for <he past ten wieeks suffering with -cau- so well. She was some better {when she read the account of the disappearance of a basket of clothing, con- gaining blankets and two army {blankets which had 'been set on the porch to be taken by a party to be laundered. This woman remembered she had sent her son to the home Of Wayne Cunningham, near the Smith home for a basket of clothes, and she realized relapse and latest reports from the home stated her condition Is regarded as serious. happ ls Very in. Iva Nig htenhelser, 11-year-old daughter nf Mr. andij&TS. RJoy Nlgfitenhelser of Hobba, continues to be quit3 ill at heir! home suffering wit i pneumonia. The Jtltl} girl has been ill since Sunday, and latest report* frcm the home itated ; she va.\ runnl ig a temperatjnre as high i a i 10 I !l I what had Inquiry at home revealed had not -been I woman found ened. the that Cunningham clothes the called for and the she had laundered green. Dance, K of night, Hay] 3. of crawfi i P. the Smith clothes. Her!'son had seen ithe basket on the Smith porch I and not i being sure just where | Mr. Cunningham lived, took it for granted it was ithe basket he was after. 1 i i Miss Helen Sullivan, ; County Red Cross Nurse, has been selected by Mary A. Masten, state club leader, 'as one of the judges of the health contest to be held! in connection with the annual 4-H Club roundup at Purdue this week. Wednesday morning early a big bus load of 4-H Club " members came through Tipton 'from Madison county on their wayj to 'the roundup and ; all day Wednesday others were igoing. Tipton! county is sendin'g large delegations in charge of local club leader's. ! The health icontest will be held Thursday and Miss Sullivan will be out of her office that day. Tipton county has chosen. .Maurice Crouch and | Margaret -Stout both of Wildcat township .as her representatives i at the contest they having been | selected in the county contest held here 'two; weeks ago. In the jcounty contest Miss To Show Our i Appreciation of Your Patronage We Are Offering Real Reductions on All Items Listed. Wash Frocks Silk Dresses Stout had a rating of Crouch' 98.5 per 98.7 per Masonic Stated No. 118, |M., Thar fray oral 7:_. 'ellowcraf Notice. [meeting Austin Lodge F. ft A. o'clock. degree. 1 and ail cent and Mr. cent. The selection of Miss Sullivan as one of the judges la this contest is considered not only an honor to herself but to the county which she represents, WINDFALL. ' . Mrs. Emma 'Lindsay of Kokomo was the week end guest of Mr. and Mrsj George Henry. Mrs. James Davlsson -and dnjughter Ethelyn of -Muncie were formerly $1.95, $1.19 and 98c, Now— $1.79 $1.OO Dorna Gordon Wash Dresses after washing are Tiore lovely than ever. , Formerly $4.95 and $3.95, Now— $1.93 Another real saving on silk dresses. j at all Why bake [bread when 'you can get DePaWe Potato Bread <3ala Frocks for the young miss, were 98c, now 89c Suede Jackets, were $1.95, now J.. .$t.B9 ' Ladies' Pajamas,'were! $1.19, now j.. .$!<)& Blouses, were $1.95 and $1.29, now $1.59, i8J9tf Skirts, were $1.95j now j.. .$159' Hatis, were $1.95 a(nd $1.29, now $1.59,!« Collar and Cuff Sets.'were 98c and 49c, now . L89c, 39cL; All iSilk Slip?, were $139, now .; L.. ..:jMp Sleeping Gowns were 98c, now L... :.jT^| Washington Maid .','.'• *^' t : ! • ! Stockings Eingless chiffon;and sturdy service. We guarantee satisfaction. Were 79c and $I.(K>, now— 690 and 99c Jumble will

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