The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 3, 1935 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, May 3, 1935
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Burdsals-QualityPaint ompton & Son, I no FIRST CHOICE OF DISCRIMINATING PAINTERS SINCE 1867 may be weeks before they know whether it will be theirs. The 3,558 gold coins they found in a copper kettle in the hlisement of a deserted house litre last August are to be sold at auction by Perry W. Fuller, acting on orders of the circuit court of Baltimore. Claims of the boys, Theodore DKRHV ROPE. Siv Horses Will Finish In a Heat, Mayix'. By Henry McLemore. (By Uniteil Tress) Louisville, Ky.. May 3.—With the Cist running of the Kentucky Dtrby at Churchill Downs hut little more than 24 hours away, your correspondent, by dint of a diligent poll of the 22.456 recognized experts, here for the ra:;-?. today is able to definitely an- ;-,noiince the winner. The winner, the experts have agreed, will he Col. E. 11. Bradley's Boxthorn. Warren Wright's Nellie Flag. Mrs. Payne Whitney's Plat Eye. C. V. Whitney's-Today. William Woodward's Omaha, and Roman Soldier, that big, black chunk of midnight belonging to the Messrs. Sachsenmuier and Renter. Tes, all six of them! They will cross the finish line in a dead lieat and the floral horseshoe that in the past has been draped around a single neck, will bo broken into corsages and pinned on the victors' heaving bosoms, j As far as I can gather there will j be no second nor third place, the experts having decided that of | the 24 eligibles for the race, the I y the bo - vs wllile di SSing in the .ppllnr to Ul|ry a cjgar b()x c()n _ Jones and Henry Grob. were disputed by Mrs. Elizabeth II. French. Miss Mary P. B. Findlay and the heirs of the late Andrew Saulsbury, former owners and occupants of the house where the money was found. The rival claimants were heard 1 Tuesday by the appellate court in Annapolis. A decision may not >>e handed down for several weeks. The case went to the appellate court on an appeal from a decision last February by Judge O'Dunne in circuit court here that in the absence of clear proof of ownerships "finders are keepers" and giving the treasure to the boys. Bend spent Saturday with her niece Frank Wheatley and family. Angeline Wheatley of Muncie visited her parents from Saturday intil Monday and attended the alumni banquet Saturday night. Otto Dick, and family moved their household goods Tuesday to their farm west of Hillisburg. Paul Philippi of Scircleville will occupy the Dick property. The Men's Brotflermood of Kempton held their regular meeting at the Methodist church basement on Monday evening with a large crowd attending. The meeting began at 7:30 with a supper served by the Ladies Aid society of the church. The meeting was presided over by '.he president J. Allen Kemp who introduced the speaker of the evening Prof. Linebarger, superintendent of the city schools of Frankfort. His subject was "Community Service." followed by a talk on rural rehabilitation by Otto Breitwieser of Tipton. Music was furnished by a girls' quartet. Plans were made for the meeting on May 27 at the Christian church. The speaker will be Prof. 0. A. Hall, head of the sociology department of Purdue. Leslie Cline who has been sick with double pneumonia was reported better Thursday morning. to the members of the 1 Afternoon bridge club at her country home near Buffalo Tuesday with six members present and Mrs. Vano Learning and Mrs. Lloyd Smith as special guests. Several games of bridge were enjoyed and at tha close of the afternoon prizes were awarded to Mrs. Floyd Cunningham, first, Mrs. Chet kail, second, and Mrs. Eugene! Overdorf, consolation, and traveling prize, Mrs. Ray Hildebrand. A. luncheon was served to those [mentioned and Mrs. Carl' Overdorf, and -Mrs. Elmer Long. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Mosbaugh ARCADIA. Most of the coins are more than 100 years old. Their face value is S11.427, but collectors of old coins are expected to pay more ithan double that for them. The pot of gold was .uncovered six named above are the only ones capable of running a and a quarter. The experts all agree that Today, with his tremendous early foot, will lead Omaha for a mil. only to have Omaha, a slow starl or hut a great finisher, pull eve near the close. Their theory of Nellie Flag an Boxthorn is the same. Nellie, streak of lightning out the start ing gate, will be out in front o Boxthorn most of the way, bu near the finish Boxthorn will clos the gap. That makes four of then nose to nose at the judges' stand As for plat eye, the expert have it figured that he is exactlj as fast as Today. In the Wood Me morial, they explain. Plat Ey conceded Today 10 pounds ant finished only two and a hal lengths behind him. Roman soldier, the experts ex plain, is a mixture of the othe; five. He has their good points ant their bad points, and a little pe culiarity of his own. As they see it, Roman Soldier will drop back for a spell of breath-catching, and then come thundering along again to make up ground. It's going to make a might} pretty picture, those six horsep wheeling past the judges' stand in perfect alignment. Somethin on the order of'Ben Hur, only quite a bit more Cecil De Millish. In my mind the! experts deserve a vate of thanks for arranging such a sensational novelty. Ol course, it's a bit disappointing for the other entries in the race, but then I guess the experts know bestS-They always say they do, anyway. taiuing nickels and dimes collected in club dues. They reported their discovery to police. A POT OF GOLD. Boy* Will Soon Know If Are the Owners. Tlicy (By United PresO. Baltimore, Md.; May 3. — Two -boys jwho dug up gold waited today to know |*He wealth thejy found will be ^ . may know today the k>of their find, estimated atlq. at f 28,000 but it KKMI'TOX. Christian church services: (Rev. John W. Clark. Minister.; Sunday school, 9:30 a. in. CHurch services. 10:45 a. m. Evening worship, 7:3d p. m. Methodist Church. (Rev. J. C. Bean, -Minister.) Sunday school, 9:30 followed by a demonstration entitled "Lee Ling, Missionary," by the Standard Bearer girls. No church services as Rev. Bean is attending conference. Rosemary Gossard, Margaret B. Harlow, Mary H. Edwards and Anita Beaver left Wednesday morning for Purdue to attend the first the 4-H round-up session. The :hree are junior leaders of Kempton 4-H club. Anita turned Wednesday, while the others will return Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sullivan and Lollta Edgington of Indianapolis were Saturday night guests of -heir parents, Dr. and Mrs. Harve Ferguson. The former two attended the alumni banquet at the Ma- lonic hall. The Woman's" Study club of Kempton met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Harry Barnett at her home east of Kempton. Meeting was opened by the president and he collect was repeated, followed >y the roll call with responses >y current events. Mrs. Ralph McMullan talked on the subject, 'Cliff Dwellers," while Mrs. J. C. Bean talked on "The Trail of the Hormans." The next meeting will e with Mrs. J. W. Flnley In two reeks. Everett Clendenln and family f Muncle were week end guests f Wes Burgett and .daughter lanche. Other Sunday guests in Burgett home were Mr. and Mrs. Oral Burgett. • Burl Clark east of Kempton r as the victim of a complete eur- rise birthday dinner Sunday, lanned by his daughters Eldena nd Elolse. He was away from ome and returned to find fifteen Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Kerr of Versailles, Ohio, spent from Saturday until Monday here as the guest of the former's sister, Mrs. H. R. Hartley and family. On Monday they took Mrs. W. S. Kerr who had been spending the week here with her daughter, to her home in Vincennes. Mrs. Hartley and daughter Jane accompanied them as far as Indianapolis. Gordon Sowers spent Saturday and Sunday in Martinsville with Airs. Sowers who has been in a sanitarium there for the past few weeks. On Sunday they enjoyed a motor trip to Bloomington and in the evening Mrs. Sowers accompanied her husband to her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lawrence ol Beech Grove spent Sunday here with his sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Wertzbaugh at the home of her daughter Mrs. Walter Gibson. Mrs. Wertzbaugh who has been bedfast since last July remains about the same. and daughter, Patty, spent Saturday in Indianapolis as the guests of the latter's mother and brother, Mrs. George j Wolfgang ind .Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Weaver. Mrs. Lelia Fox and Mrs. Sadie Cornelius went to Indianapolis Wednesday evening to spend several days with iMr. and Mrs. Glen Whisler that they might be near the Methodist hospital where Mrs. Robert West of Hagerstown daughter of Mrs. Fox, underwent in operation Thursday morning fpr sinus trouble:. | Mr. and Mrs. Dillman and'Mrs. George Hitt of Anderson were Sunday guests of Dr. and Mrs. B. M. Bryant. Miss Helen jwaltz and John Grismere of Anderson were Sunday evening guests! in the Bryant home and Miss' Isabelle Wilson of Indianapolis is spending this week with Dr. and Mrs. Bryant. j Mrs. Daisy Brown, D. D., and Mrs. Cecelia Smith of] Kokomo were guests of the Pyth'ian Sister lodge Tuesday evening I and Mrs. Brown inspected the temple. At this time plans were made for Miss Audra Hodson to act as excellent junior at the district convention at Newcastle >lay 21. Mrs. Mattie Raquet of Indianapolis was the Saturday evening guest of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Branson. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle York and Herbert Raquet and Miss Jessie Webster, all of Indianapolis were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Overdorf. .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whisler were Sunday afternoon guests in the Overdorf home. The members of the R. Jj. bridge club were entertained at the home of Mrs. Barney Cox Tuesday evening with six members and two guests present. Tables were arranged for games of bridge and at the close of the evening prizes were awarded to Mrs. William Hughes of Omega, first, Mrs. Bob Richards of Tipton, second, and Mrs. Raymond Knapp, consolation. Guests present were Mrs. Dave Jenkins and Mrs. Chet Hall, and members, Anna Marie Learning, Mary Shaffer and Maxine Hill. Misses Elsene Sowers of Westfield, Evelene Sowers of Indiana- polls and Ranyta and . Laviaa Sowers of here were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Good west of'town. Rev. and Mrs. R. L. Logan are moving a portion of their household goods to Onward where he has accepted a call to the Christian church. Rev. OLogan has been Plans were also completed for the euchre party to be held May 10. A lunch and social hour followed the close of the temple] Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Gannon of North Vernon were ! Tuesday quests of Mr. and Mrs. A*lva Davis and took Virginia Davis home with them for a few weeks' visit before she joins her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Davis, I in. the South. Rev. Kline of Bloiomingtdn was a Saturday and Sunday guest in the Davis home. Rev. Kline preacBed at the Christian church Sunday morning. The Lions club was host to their wives and several guests Tuesday evening when they entertained at a dinner in their club rooms above the Id[eal Caf<J. The dinner was prepared by Mrs. Harvey Haiti and Mrs. I Wilbur Hlatt, the latter of Noblesville. A short but interesting-program was given with a talk by Mrs. Bertha. Joseph of Noblesville.! Several musical numbers were giyen by a quartet composed .by Jim Bright of Cicero, Robert. Glbstm, Pete Startzman and Nate Tomlinson. There were about forty present for the meeting. The ch b is re- .decoratlng their club roi>ms and when completed" will be Unusually attractive. INDIANA LIQUOR LAW, Vigorously Attacked In Cream Puffs Wjlth Whipped Cream ayer Cakes Pecan BoHs ~ pastor of the Christian church here for the past three years and they will continue to reside here for a rew week* while he completes his studies at Butler university. , Barbaja Lee Hiebeling is C on- fl^ed;to:her home J>y the m •I Resolution of Methodist Laymen. (By United Prcssl. i Port Wayne, May 3.—A vigor; ous attack on the Indiana liquor law was voiced i yesterday in a resolution accepted by the men's association in connection with the Indiana Conference of the dlst Episcopal ch'urch. Deploring the present liquor 11 censing system in the... country and particularly! 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