The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 6, 1935 · Page 4
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Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, May 6, 1935
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Miracle Whip, qt size, 35c; pint 27c McGraws' Food Store DISCIPLES OF CHRIST. Probably certain BOY CHAINED. SPOKE AT DEPAUW. more tgreeable would have been' 7 beei treated Annual State Convention "\\ ill Re to the NRA bad as were tbe checks. Indianapolis Officers Investigate a Richard Stoncr Took Part in State Speaking Event. Held at »lnrion. Case of Cruelty. t arme rs—-with The ninety-sixth annual Indianapolis, May 6.—Wearing erralna ion evi- The present de a five-foot log chain around his denced in the action of Christ will be held on May 13-15 neck, the links clasped tightly by ate committee on! i flnanc favored the Clark resolution to get the Federal governn ent out at the First Christian church at combination padlock, Marion. Preparations have beeu Fredericks, Jr., 10 years old, 2121 Trouble ! in Chevrolet Plant made by the Marion church and strictly interstate Martha street, ran the pastor, the Rev. H. It. Ford; home yesterday afternoon. at Tpledo Apparently Compromised. large atendance is expected. dangling chain, which bruised his The T-ipton church will send a ankles as he ran, had delegation of young people to the ened around his neck by his fath- spccial banquet for the youth onjer. Tuesday evening, ,Marv 14. The The chain was intended, police Rev. John W. Harms, well known learned, to keep the boy DRUGSTORE running away. "Judge Geekler told me EVANGELICAIi PASTORS. FLU EPIDEMIC. Alaskan Community Hard Hit by Disease This Spring. Point. Barrow, Alaska, May fi. —Hope for a "breathing period" in which to bury the dead was expressed yesterday by Dr. Henry W. Greist, Presbyterian medical missionary, who for two weeks has waged a single-handed battle against influenza in this far-North outpost. Dr. Greist set the probable death toll at fifteen. Ten persons already have succumbed to the epidemic and five others are not expected to live. Tipton Removals. Rolla Crawford moved to Ko- knmo and John Graham occupies the house at 2:!0 W. Jackson, vacated by Mr. Crawford. Mr. Graham resided at 201 S. East street. * » * William Highbaugh has located in the apartment at 110 Vi South Main, vacated by W. T. Rowers. He moved from apartments at 115'.-i West Jefferson. Karl Phifer moved from 909 N. Main to 404 Poplar where man Case lived. Her- James Akron has located at 2]Jt E. Madison where Wayne Cunningham lived. He moved from 4117s West Jefferson. * * * Roy Hook has moved from 511 Columbia to 508 Vino where Harold Uevault lived. * * * Merle DeFord has changed hi-s residence from L'27 W. Jefferson to 236 Kentucky where Seward Kristow lived. * * * Harry Allen lias vacated residence at -IIT W. Jefferson and moved to Frankfort. * * * ' Dallas Andrews has located at 12G N. Independence- where Vern Smith lived. He moved from 70S N. East. ' 4 i » Appendix Removed. Miss Vivian Crail, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crail of North Main street underwent an operation' for the removal of her appendix Monday morning the operation bein'g performed in Tipton. Reports from her bedside were that she was getting along nicely. Miss Crail who is bookkeeper at the Farmers Insurance Corn- pay, became ill.Saturday evening and her case diagnosed as appendicitis. The appendix was found in a very bad condition. A sister Miss Helen Crail was operated several weeks ago for the ' same trouble. Richard Stoner, son of Mr.,and Mrs. E. N. Stoner of this city and a sophomore in the Tipton high school, was at DePauw university at Greencastle Saturday where he took part in an extemporaneous speaking contest. The contest was arranged in an unusual way, those entering, being requested to study the Time and Forum magazines since last September. From these two magazines, fifty-five subjects were prepared, and each contestant drew therefrom a large box, selecting one of the three on which to make his talk. Richard drew "Modern Russia," "The Gold and Silver Question." and "The Influence of Father Coughlin," electing to speak on the latter subject. He was one of twelve speakers, and was placed sixth when the winners were announced, although one. judge ranked him first. Young Stoner, who was the only underclassman entered in the contest, spoke by invitation, having been asked to participate by the head of the public speaking department of DePauw university who acted as judge at a •eceut debating contest at Frankfort, at which time Richard made an outstanding speech. Special Session Held Possible With Legislation So Far Behind. JAM SEEMS PROBABLE FREE WEDDING CAKES. Kroger Company Presenting Them to Couples Married 58 Years. All couples in this vicinity who are celebrating their 53rd wedding anniversary this year are entitled to receive a special anniversary cake from their Kroger or Piggly Wiggly store this week. The Kroger Grocery and Baking Company is giving the cakes to such couples in celebrating the 53rd anniversary ot the Company. "We want to find out all couples who were married the year the Kroger Company was first started," Mr. Albert H. Morrill, president of the Company said. "To do this, we are giving each one an anniversary layer cake, the product of our modern and sanitary bakeries." A couple eligible to receive one of the cakes simply advises the manager of their store. Then a cake will be delivered to their home by a representative of the Kroger Company. All Kroger and Piggly Wiggly stores are this week celebrating the anniversary with special buying inducements, featured by an elaborate assortment of gifts for patrons. (By United Press). Washington," May 6.—Failure of administration leaders to break .£he jaw unfinished legislation today developed the threat congress may be called back for a special session this fall. Congressional leaders, impatient at four months of negligible progress, faced a choice between a protracted session running well into the summer of the possibility that congress would be called back into session next fall. President Roosevelt realizes that he can hope to accomplish little after the first of next year, when congress will be more of a political forum than a legislative agency. The 49 "public acts," mostly of minor character, approved by congress and designed by the President represent less than half the work done by the 73rd congress at a corresponding time last year. Congressional leaders believe the President may be forced to take a strong hand to break the legislative jam. Labor leaders are pressing congress for action on the Wagner Labor Disputes bill. - They also want the Black 30-hour week bill and the Guffey Coal Bill enacted into law. Washington, May bers of congress or business shows a est in the old dual system, -which left such things to the states. The other principal provision in the Clark resolution, amending the existing NRA law, declares there shall be no, price-fxing in the codes or under the (odes of fair competition. The fict that business, under these NRA .codes, in certain cases to fix minimum: price directly and in oth rectly, is said to be resporsible in part for the enthusiasm cf many NRA. to con-- business concerns for the Whether the is indi- tinue, or is to vanish out of the picture as a discarded | experiment, is a question. It Certainly is having its troubles right now. '. * 'I * I . ' The senate has adopted] a resolution for an investigation of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration. It was offpred by Senator Couzens j of Michigan, hard-hitting Republican jprogres- sive, and its- primary I purpose seems to be to determine hoijv the relief allotments have been distributed by the Federal Administration to th£ states, and whether there has been'idiscriml-i nation. Once a senate committee:! breaking t ] lc deadlock., PEACE VOTE PLANNED (By United Press). by local members of the Christian Endeavor society, will toastmaster. Several of the older ["Chester Fredericks, Sr., 41, told people will attend one or more'police last night when plained why he had fastened the Toledo, O., May «.—Threats of j days of tho convent j on . Mrs. Charles Martz is president of the further walkouts in the automotive industry abated today as the impasse in the Chevrolet plant strike here was broken. Strike officials agreed to a poll of Toledo Chevrolet workers on particularly in Atlanta, will speak women's missionary society which will have its session on Wednesday morning. The Rev. Kay Montgomery, known to a number of Tipton people and acceptance of General Motor Corporation's compromise proposal which provides a 5 per cent wage ! increase and other concessions. Majority (sentiment among workers to accept the offer was indicated. at 9:00 o'clock that day. chain about his son's neck. "I did it to keep him from running away. I've tried everything. I used to lock the chain around his ankle, but he would put the end in his pocket and run .away anyhow. So I put it around (his neck this mornfng. Judge Judge John F. Geckler'is judge :y juvenile Dr. Arthur Holmes will speak | Geekler told me to," he explained. j i iat 4:00 p. .in. on Tuesday; the | W. K. Carroll wilt speak at j c |1U:55 on Tuesday; the Rev. Bar-I ton A. Johnson will deliver the convention sermon on "Wednesday at 4:00 p. m. Among the na- Edward F. McOrady. assistant tionally known .speakers familial- secretary of labor, will superviHe j to Tipton Disciplos will appear on the poll, which probably will be KILLED BY TRAIN. Uaml Instructor and Girl High held this week. McGrady and Thomas J. Williams, also of the department the program Dr. Jones, the Rev. Scoville, and Dr School Student Victims. Edgar- DeWittj Fowler May 6 __ A Valparaiso •. Charles Rci^n ;']jj gn - s h. oo l band instuctpr, newly r. A. K. Cory. ' clceted president of the state band Dean Frederick I). Keivhner <>' ;and orc i, es tra association, and one labor, acted as conciliators in j Butl-.r. university is president of o£ hjs gjrl pup ji s returning from itlic convention; Dr. Carl Barnett is launched upon j an investiga^ The strikers' agreement to per-1 of Lebanon is vicf-pn-sidunt.; and tion, however, there is lio telling: m j t a vo t<i will be laid before Wil- the Rev. Ephriam Lowe of Imli- how far it will BO, of what it! Ham S. Knudsen, G. M. C. vice- anapolis is secretary. Gt-ncrai- prcsident,' by MeCraily. His an-! Secretary G. I. Iloovor is the c-ii- will turn up. i Last fall it was char in the campaign that relief mon- was being expended ;ed freely: proval. wds expected as was that j tral figure of the convention; of Secretary of Labor in states Perkins. Frances j has isolation lOlioral supervision of the as- i. which heads up th'.; Bungc-Galloway. Leaves Hospital. Mrs. Richard Sandman was removed in the Young ambuulance Sunday afternoon from Beechwood hospital to her home near Ekin. She is reported to be doing very nicely after being in the hospital for the past week. Saturday evening, Rev. J. A. Knowlton united in marriage at his home on East North street Miss'Priscilla Galloway of Bloomington, and Clarence E. Bunge of Indianapolis, a student in Indiana university. The couple will reside iu Hloomington for the present, the groom being a member of the 1935 class of Indiana university. Filled Pulpit. Rev. J. A. : Knowlton of this city, delivered the sermon at the morning services of the First Presbyterian church Sunday, in the absence of the pastor. Rev. Reuben Tunmer. Have Been Reassigned. Dick Walton and Buster Reynolds, both employed at the Corrugated Box works at Carthage, have been assigned to other plants of the company both being in office work. Mr. Walton goes to Cincinnati and Mr. Reynolds to Anderson. Both were here Sunday visiting with relatives and friends in Tipton and Atlanta. Witness Olympic Trials. jonstipation I IfconsUp&tioncausesyoaGas, Indigestion, ' Headaches, Bad Sleep, Pimply Skin, get quick rdtor With ADLERIKA. ThOT- i action, yet gentle, safe. ADLERIKA Blue Front Drug Store, — In Windfall by Schell's Drug Store. I. MONUMENTS AT BIGHT PRICE REX Batteries PRICKD HlOHT H. OOPPOClf, f . Phone -3471 Judge C. W. Mount was at Indianapolis Sunday and witnessed the Olympic trials of the equestrian team to represent the United States. The trials were held in the coliseum at the fairgrounds and the place was filled. 6.—If mem- the public generally had hopes that President Roosevelt would curtail materially the legislative program he .has demanded of congress, so as to. permit an early adjournment of the present session, they must have been disappointed in the President's fireside chat. Included in the list are extension of the NRA,,the economic security bill, the banking bill, and the bill to abolish the public utility holding companies. In each of these bills there is a matter of controversy. The senate is bate at length all administration proposals. Considering the fact it is four months since congress assembled and only one of the major proposals of the administration has passed both branches —the $4,889,000,000 works relief bill—the outlook for speedy adjournment is not bright. Neither the President nor the country is desirous of having congress remain in session long. Next year is the year of the Presidential campaign. The New dealers are determined to have their legislative program out of the way before, the next national campaign is begun. A short session next year will give .the Democratic members of congress more time to get into their campaign for re-election and also make it easier for the Presidential campaign to get under way. * » * If the senate has its way, President Roosevelt will have to content himself for the time being with an extension ot the NRA, with important modifications, until April 1, 1936. Passage ot the Clark resolution may save the NRA from annihilation because there is opposition to a contlnua- state music contests at Eva.ns- ville, were killed yesterday at a lioswell grade crossing. Three other persons were injured. The dead are August Bucci, the ;instructor, and Miss Helen Rowland. Those injured are Mrs. Marshall — — _ r ,- - . ,, I JFrt.-iich- 'her daughter, Jeanette, William E. Borah, Ida, 10, added] tened the; decision'to vole on j-'-laiul promou-s this annual . con -j.. ml Mcre(llth ninkle .Mrs. French I received severe scalp wounds. Trees and a filling station obscure the view of motorists approaching the crossing. ' Tho automobile, driven by the girl, struck the corner of the pilot on the locomotive of an east- to influence the election. Senator!! Dissension among strikers has-i work of the Disciples in Indiana j his charges that! the Emergency Relief! Adm was wasting millions that never reached who were destitute. something of a s^ir at Federal! turning to work. More than !!,- i vcnlion. nistration jf dollars] le people created the time,; 300 hud 'joinrd an independent j Lodging and br.:a!if.:ist will employes society, whos provided for rc.nistmvd delegates aim" was <'U> got back to workiasi-so far.a.s thai may but nothing was done about it. Home From Hospital. as possible." Fred ScisW. i Preference lie president of the group, placed ill- vote proposal before McGrad;. yesterday. j Reaction to the agree.nient \va.--j immediate. In Flint. Mk-h.. S.-j OUU workers voted to hold thoi'.'i proposed : striko in abeyance. — « • » At the Diana. be possibly. given to ad- I vance applications sent t" th;' 'pastor of tho Marion church as ustodian of vontion. funds for tin; -"on- bound Nickel Plate freight train. liirlli .AiiiioiiiKcil. LARGK ITNKKAL. Sunday morning the YJOUIIB ambulance removed Joyce Evans, 8- year-old daughter Of Mr.laud Mrs. Olin Evans from jthe Rjiley hospital at Indianapolis, to pe home of her parents cin North East| ot m0(lel ; u Xew y ork which up-! gel'es, California. The litl lo one A. glamorous mystery romanc.o Relatives in this county have received word of tlu- birth of a fine. 7'.-j-pound baby son lev Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Slack of Los An- street. i The little one has bet n in the hospital for over two wtieks. suffering with pneumonia, but is now improving vqry uiccily. Shft prepared to de- is able to be up a part of the time each day, but is still quite weak. Have New Baby Girl. Mr. and Mrs. Earl MJeeks o£ North Main street,| are the parents of a fine baby daughter bdrn Sunday evening at 5^15, and mother and little one a''e doing nicely. They were i removed to thb homy on North Main street Sundi y night by the Ogle & Little ambulance. The baby is thjo seventh-child born in the home and his been given the name ofj Lavonncj Marie. Mrs. Meeks, prioij to her I marriage, was Miss Mohtra Peutecoff. peared iii serial form in the Rod ! ihe second child in th<! home and Hook niagazine is the basis for j has been given the name- of Ben RKO-Radio's latest success, "Star f Keith. of double - starrinc: Mrs. Stack was formi-rly Midnight." William Powell and Ginger Rog-i Clara Webb, daughter of Mr. ami the Diana Monday anil! Mrs. Lloyd Webb of California. Tuesday. The Webb family formerly resid- Writteii by the late Arthur eel in the Sandbank community Somers Roche, the story has a j where they'have many friends an<l background of social and night life in the gay metropolis plus relatives. Oat Stack of Elwood is the pa- The -fnn-'ral of Mahlom Cox held in the Christian church at Keiupton Saturday afternoon was a large ono and tliere were many Jloral ofiVrings of sympathy. Pall bearers were old friends of this man who spent many years in the Keinpton community. Rs-v. Polly Couch-Bowman and Ilcv. John Clark, pastor of the Kompton Christian church conducted the services, burial following in the Kempton -cemetery. of: the rendezvous of the ; ternal grandfather. Coining Home. Friends here i have ' r word from Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hel^ fer, Tipton residents, w,h'>;havj spent the winter Jin Norfolk, Va.j, stating that they lintend to arri\4 in Tipton some time during the first of this week to spend the summer at their home oil East North street. ceived WAKE American Legion. Regular meeting of Charles Sturdevant Post No. 46. 't American Legion. a> their hall in the armory Tuesday night. Members urged to attend promptly. LEROY PLAICE. Commander. JSAROLDilpTT. Adjutant. -iii. tion of this agency from both Democratic and Republican sources. The new deal .generally has sought to centralize power in the federal government. In no measure put through by the Roosevelt administration was this more true than in the NRA law, unless it was that part of the law that set up measures of control—• codes' of fair competition. There was the threat of "cracking down" if any business did not obey; and there have been many Instances ot drastic actiqn by the government. The, AAA , op- «Tdalong. dlfferent'^nes-Ut\dld LIVER WITHOUT And You'll Jum) Out of Bed ii the Morning Raritf to ' So underworld. William Powell is a j brilliant jyoung lawyer who falls | Axtcll Services. strangely into a Sherlock Holmes \ ; part and then has to fight des- j Funeral services for Marion Ax- perately ifor his own safety. Gin-1 tell, long time resident of Tipton, ger Rogers, RKO-Radio's sensa-'will be held at .the Ogle & Little. tional young lyric, tcpsichorean j funeral home, comer of indcpen- and dramatic star . is a youthful i deuce and Adams streets. Wed- society girl whose interest in thejnesday afternoon at 2;.°.0 o'cloci;, mystery iis largely due to her ro-'wilh Rev. John W. Rose, pastor iif mantic interest in the suave Pow;the Kemp Memorial church in charge. Burial is to bq in Fairview 'cemetery. The body was brought to Tipton, reaching here about 10:00 o'clock Monday morning; and will lie iii state at the funeral home until the hour of the funeral. Attention: All union and ell. Oilier characters involved in the swift-moving events that stir society, the stage and the police headquarters are a scandalmonger columnist, shot to death early j i iu the action, a butler who is wisr- in the ways of the "four hundred," police inspectors, a lawyer and his .wife, a gangster chief . and a ybung society man who is i non-union bricklayers and in love with a girl who has dia-jstone masons, special meet- appeared! under strange circum- jjng vpill be held Wednesday, stances. | Paul Kelly, Leslie Fjeu- ton, Gene Lockhart, Russell Hopton, J. Farrell MacDonald and Ralph Morgan are, in the strong supporting cast. Stephen Ri>b- erts directed "Star of Midnight,!' adapted 'for the scj-cen by Howard* J. Greenl Anthony Vieller and Ed' " I ward K4ufman. : Is- Improving Xicely. j j Mrs. porothy JUqua, who underwent j a major operation at ^hb Beech wood" hospital last wcckj iis improving; nicely I land will be brought'] to her hphio on Souti East street during |ho week. Sunday shejhad a number of visitors and was! tirted at i night but retted well. • | '' ' : j|: ' ^\\. Her mother, Mrk. Harry V.m- a|Ung jaU-q of the « the njqther is in,t Billy, ha* - ot ,mOa ii . . son, is dten May 8, at 7:30 p. m., at the Odd! Fellows Building, l£th and! Main streets, Anderson, Ind j in regard to area agreement. • T' 185 WHY M©KE? COMING! WHEN? WHERE? Jelly Rolls Cup Cakes Assorted jCqokies JE'S BAKERY Many Persons Altended for Mahlom Cox Sunday. Rev. Wilson Parks Assigned fp_ Albright Church by Conference. The eighty-third annual con-- ference of Evangelical • church of Indiana closed Saturday! at Depa- tur with the assignment of pastors and Rev. Wilson Parks, a new minister of the conference was assigned to the: Albright Evangelical church on!.the Tipton- Hamilton county line jsonthwest of Tipton. Rev. Mr. Schlemmer has been supplying since tha transfer of Rev. F.rancls H. Willard to Dayton, wherpihe Is returned :by the conference. Rev. JW. L. Scheldler^ a former pastor of the Albright church, was made quarterly .-f pnference member of the Elkhatt district and the quarterly conference member for this district is Leo J. Ehrhardt of Atlanta. S;> ,H. Bumgartner also a foriner of the Albright church:is one the quarterly conference members, for this district. The Albright church ; southwest of Tipton dates its formation to the year 1867 a £lassrbeing organized prior to that'ltime. .In' 1S67 the first church :was built and in 1907 it was remodeled and redecorated. Since thjitj jjfme the church has added improvements, the church property .1$ ^kept in neat repair and it is one ai tho fiourishing rural churches of the community. ! <*'»• ! Is Growing Very Weak. Frank Cullen, who wps stricken with paralysis five weeks ago Sunday morning, continues to fight for his health but the odds are greatly against him; anct he is daily growing weaker.: At tlmas his breathing can scarcely be d$- tected but he rallies aid exhibits a vitality that is surprising to th^o attending physician and thoija caring' tor him. • ' I ^ ~\ j >« At Relative's Funeral. Daily Bible Quotation. - He shall feed his flpck like a shepherd; he shall gather the lambs with his arm, land carry them in his bosom.—Isaiah;40':£1. Lincoln Boyer and J. G. Goings werc "at Milroy Sunday and at- ended the funeral of Mrs. Emery Towers a cousin :of Mrs. J. G. Goings ot" Tipton, whose'death took place Friday. Mrs. Goings was unable to make:the trip. Washington Maid Stocking Sen-ice and Chiffon \Ve Guarantee Satisfaction 7»c and LANE'S Lettuce green, the ne$r shade in enamel a$ Eexali Drug Store. . c-tf Sterling Grpeery Heinz Soups, lg^2 for 27c Sugar Wafers, new, ft. I9c 420 Walnut St. Phone 3*4. A- . |- ' ' "• " i !' LENS PRESCRIPTION Is Necessary j the other day tfiat;it^was ~ u " 50 : thqii lion W One of the 1 , t •it ff*-^--~ •. • xQ die role "•-• -./Jiff "t*

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