The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 3, 1935 · Page 2
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AQB TWO TTTCT THE .TIPTON DAILY i KIWANIS CLUB'S. Continued from Page 1. us College of Law from which raduated in 1909 and immedi- ' entered the practice of law ie.- city of Indianapolis. His nr Mrs. Aaron White, rein Elwood, his father dying, la that city in 1926. His parents mOved^to Elwood from their farm near Windfall in 1912. Aaron White--was a Civil War veteran and a former commissioner of Tiptoit-county. Judg'e Dan V. White is a grandson of one of Tipton county's first judges, Joseph Goar. who was associate judge when the county's organization was in progress. His name appears fre- ciuentty in the early records of the cffunty. It -Vas like getting home to the former Tipton man to he back ' • hispid county and this talk to : club was one of the best eard for some time. Judge »Vhite- was secured for the meeting tlirough the co-operation of Mrs. Nellie Bly Tyner, county probation officer, on account of iiis intimate associations as judge with juvenile matters, and child welfare work. " LEADERS. Continued from Page 1. influenced by a minority and that "it is lieine used as a catspaw by a small group of members with selfish, political and business interests who seek to accomplish through the chamber purposes which, they could not attain alone." Francis E. Powell, head of the U. S.-Chamber of Commerce in London, said he was "shocked" at the attitude of the convention. "It couldn't have happened anywhere else in the world." he said. "A-nierican business will have to cotope'rati! with this administration in the now era about us or —jcet' something worse." he said. : STATES MUST. Contfniied from Pace 1. the load suddenly thrust upon them." There is virtually no hope of reopening food depots throughout thr state before Tuesday when the forces of Gov. Henry Horner. twice defeated in their efforts to force through the S3.000,01)0 a month roliof program, will renew the battle in the house of representatives at Springfield. Needing in2 votes to pass tho program—providing for increase in the state .sales tax from two to threft per cent and application oi' tlir levy to public utilities—the Korncr forces were blocked by a small 'Republican minority. I LOJST 'ARISTOCRATS.' Continued from Page 1. dissatisfied when their slaves were freed as a result of the war moved to tho Amazon basin, where they hoped to begin life anew. But the hopes of these plantation owners were soon blasted, Dr. I Haas said, for the moist climate: Vwas not for growing cotton and there was no market for other • iproduots. : Many of thf younger "southerners." dissatisfied with the poverty and ignorance of the village life, returned to the United -States, Dr. Haas was told. The others remained to work out an existence hy _raising cocoa, beans, Jftimpkins and squash. SENIOR-JUNIOR EVENT. Enjoyable Affair at St. JosepH's Thursday Evening. One of the very important annual events in the social calendar at St. Joseph's academy is the Junior-Senior prom. This affair Thursday evening sponsored by the Juniors in honor of the Seniors was a very elaborate one. The banquet was served at six o'clock in the dining hall in the academy. The Sisters under the supervision of Sister Theckla, who is a graduate in dietetics, prepared the banquet and it . was served by 'the Sophomores and Freshmen. The meal consisted of four courses, the cocktail and dessert course carried out the color scheme of the evening, crimson and silver. Ann Louise Tolle was toastmistress and gave a hearty welcome to the Seniors and guests. Betty Ertel a Senior responded in an amiable manner. Barbara Jean Kester gave a toast to the Mothers, Florence Kresber a toast to the Sisters of St. Joseph's. Gertrude Magers a toast to the Commercial class. Betty Cummings a toast to the Latin contestants, Katherine Ewing a toast to the algebra contestants, Ann Louise Burkhart a toast to the Sophomore class, Phyllis Boylon a toast to the Freshman class and .Mrs. Edna Burkhart a toast to St. Joseph's academy. It was the privilege of the Seniors and Juniors to invite their mothers and a few special guests to this banquet and reception. The dining hall was decorated in crimson and silver and the tables artistically arranged with cut flowers. After the banquet the students and their guests assembled in St. Katharine's hall where the Donald Coy orchestra furnished music and all tripped the fantastic too for the remainder of the evening. The hall was decorated in Japan- ees lanterns of various colors and baskets of cut flowers were tasta- ly arranged here and there. On entering the hall all were given a colorful paper hat, a balloon and a dance program. The colorful decorations mingled with the varied colored evening gowns of the students and guests presented a picture that was very attractive. There were out-of-town guests from Winamac. \Vabash, Elwood. Kokomo, Indianapolis and Tlforn- town. The Senoirs this year are Bettv Ertel, Gertrude Magers. Florence Kresber, Katharine Ewing, Barbara Jean Kester and Betty Cummings. The Juniors are Ann Louis.' Burkhart, Jean Kahler. Ann Louise Tolle, Margaretta Wiltman, Rose Merchrn, Virginia Macy. Mary Julia Mee. Paulino Dun-ran. Genevieve Jones and Phyllis Boylon. New Curs. Province in Turkey Terrorized With 200 Natives Reported Killed. THEY SHOW HIJU. Frankfort Police Raided Homo and Seized Liquor. Bill Petit of Frankfort, is now sorry he made a remark to an officer in that town following the trail of Chester Shaw on] a charge of intoxication, • at Frankfort Thursday. Thinking Petit was taking an unusual interest in Shaw's trial j an officer in a joking manner stated: "Well : Bill we ; arrested one of your custormers.": Petit replied with, "Yes I sold him the booze, what are you going to do about It. ; Action started right at that time. Petit was arrested, his house searched:and 21 half pints of alleged illegal booze was confiscated. Floor enamel at 69c quart —good, too—tat Rexall Drug Store. ; c-tf 12 Yfeairs Ago May 3rd. :Mr. and Mrs. John Ertel and daughter Miss Josephine Ertel returned from Florida where they had spent the winter. * * * Atlanta was testing out her fire equipment purchased from the Howe Fire Apparatus Company at Anderson. | Carl Perkins east of Atlanta was displaying an ear of corn at the.Atlanta Bank, half of the rows of: grains, being white and half red, ' ' ' « * * Mrs. Sam Matthews, Mrs. N. R. Shirk; Mrs. G. H. Gifford and Mrs. M.jP. Deniston attended the Ninth; district Federation of Clubs meeting! at Lebanon. i ; I * * * Mrs. ;John Amos died at her home west of trouble. Kempton Zimmerman Miss Anna work as bookkeeper at say & Havens grocery began, the Ram- E."B. Martindale went to Indi- apolis, in which he_ resided la 1S64 and 1865 to attend to : imsi- ttess matters and visit with relatives. Try a Tribune Wan| Ad. MUCH HAVOC WROUGHT DEFICIT REPORTKD. % Northern Indiana Power To. Stftftrs Loss of Huge Sum, * (By United Press). Indianapolis. May 3.—A deficit of J179,693.74 during 1934 was reported to the public service commission today by the North- lern Indiana Power Company. " The Jnancial statement listed otal rerenue from electric, water, jeating; gas and Ice plants at $4,- J27,20i:-66. Taxes, of J3.059.191.84 result- in tfc deficit. v ~ * * * ^ $ee'-Lettuce Green, new fa enamel, 79c qt. ex^ Store. c-tf tf 'Mta* fit* Marion, tod. ^/*- * * » ! Three of the new cars which will be put in service in the near future on the Indiana Railroad, passed through Tipton Thursday on their way to Ft. Wayne, where they will be on exhibition several days. These cars will he in charge of one man, who will serve as both motorman and conductor. They have all been rebuilt, being newly furnished and painted and look like new ones. Their capacity for passengers is not so large as the cars now in service. Curd of Tlmnks. We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation f the acts of kindness, messages of sympathy and beautiful floral offerings of our many friends, relatives and neighbors shown u* at the' recent loss of our loved one, Mel Fouch. We especially thank the 'Rev. Pearcy. singers. organist, flower girls, pall bearers. Odd Fellows, funeral directors, Ogle & Little and Dr. Warne. — Mrs. Jenette Fouch; George and Ella and Family; Ora and Orpha and Family; Clarence and Anna and Family; Johnnie and Pearl Decker and Family; Allen and Nellie Cook and Family. Card of Thanks. We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to our friends and neighbors for their many kindnesses'daring the illness and after the death of our dear husband and father, Ed Bouse. Especially do we wish to thank toe Rev. Norman Berry,I Raymond Shaffer and hit assistant, and all who expressed tbjeir love and sym- pathjr'lo the 'betlntitul Boral trlb- ufe«.— -Vn. iM^ry, BclnM -and Family. ' (By IJnitod riv.«s) Istanbul, Turkey, May 3.—Con-j tinued violent earthquakes terrorized the population of the Kars region today as rescue workers fought under great handicaps to aid the suffering. Two hundred were reported dead and 500 injured. * Thousands of persons huddled without food or shelter all over the region, in fields broken by great earth fissures, among animals which perished in the first i great shocks. Boulders which plunged down mountainsides blocked roads and added to the difficulty of sending aid to the stricken population. Fifteen villages were reported I destroyed. I Kars is a Turkish province on ; the frontier of Russian trans-1 Caucasia. It is mountainous. It! contains the ruined ancient capital of Armenia. The mountains are a continuation of those in Persia whore! many hundreds of persons were! killed in an earthquake recently.; Iteliokah Ixxlgo. The Tipton Rebekah lodge. Xo. 502, met in regular session Thursday evening in tho I. O. O. F. hall, with Mrs. Anna Richards, noliio grand, presiding. There was a good attendant-'' of members present, in -spite 01' the inclement weather, and :i number of matters of busines.; were discussed. During the delightful social hour, bingo was enjoyed. wi;h liigh score prizes won liy Mr.:. Fred Saissline. Mrs. Elizahelji Dodd. and Mrs. Juyre Parsons. A; the close (if the evening, delirioi'.; refreshments were served by 111-hostesses. Mrs. Float Jully. -Mi-. Martha Perkins and Mrs. Richards. Card of Thanks. We wish to express our sinter.', thanks and appreciation lt> mir , many kind friends and neighbors, for their generous assistance during the sickness and after Ihe; death of our beloved wife and mother. Mrs. Roy Bast-y. Kspi:-, cially do we wish to thank Kev. j O. W. Barnes, Mrs. Barnes ai:tl daughter Ina. Mrs. Kenney. Youii:.' funeral directors, the (lower and casket bearers, and all who expressed their love and sympathy in the beautiful floral tributes.— -. Roy Basey: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albright and Children; Mr. aiui Mrs. Olin Evans and Children: j Dewey Evans. Made Appointment. Mrs. Hazel Shaw, former Tipton resident and state manager nl'j the Women's Benefit Association.! was in Tipton Friday attending to] business matters and greeting , friends. Mrs. Shaw, stated she j had appointed Mrs. Carl Kritst-M ! of 116 West North street sccre- tary-treasurer for Tipton and and members can pay their dues to Mrs. Kritsch. There are a number of members of the association in Tipton meetings beins held on Fridays. THE BRITISH. Continued from Paso I. lory. There will i>c 27 bonfire:' in London and 1.7SO in IJritain. Arrangements urn now complete- for the service at St. ^'anl's. More than 4,000 guests, rcpresontiitivr of the whole empire, have l>r:c:i invited, and glittering uniforms jeweled orders and decoration : are expected to make the spectacle unexcelled In the history o: the Anglican cathedral. • *» Tribune Want Ads Get Resnlta DR. a W. GEINSTEAD, Registered Podlatrfat FOOT AILMENTS Monday aid Monday Evenings 5l» If. ^cat ft. 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