Rl W / ] -May 7, 18D3. Mother's Day Ond, Two and Three Pound Boxes Mother's Pay __• <i Cards Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — Phone 46. West Side. Square Miss Beatrice Ollva of Chicago was an out-of-town guest for the evening. All departed at a late hour after a most delightful evening. Legion Auxiliary. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Armory. All members are urged to be present. Thursday evening the Auxiliary will be special guests at a Mothers' Day program to be given by the Kempton Auxiliary at the Kempton Christian church. All members-of the local organization and all war mothers have been invited, and those wishing to go are requested to be ready to leave the Armory Thursday 7:00 o'clock. evening at True Blue Class. Social Events The True Blue class ol the East Union church is sponsorin a Mothers and Daughters banquet I to be held at the church Thursday levelling at S:00 o'clock. ! Mrs. Bertha Randall of nea: ' Carmel will be the speaker fo the evening, and there will also hi special nius:ical numbers. A general invitation is extend ed to all mothers and daughter to attend. Business Women's Club. The Tipton Business and Professional Women's club met -Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Cressie Glenn on North West street with a good attendance of A HAPPY GATHERING. Jne Hundred and ,Fifty Mothers and Daughters Banqueted. There was an attendance of pproximately 150 persons at the nhual mothers and daughters ianquet given Monday evening at he Kemp Methodist church ^ by he Co-Workers class. The church basement was at- ractively decorated in the colors of pink and white for the occas- on. The delicious banquet was served by the men of the Co- Workers class, after which a de- ightful program was enjoyed, Mrs. Conrad Russell was the W lrlV £& 1, MORE? N Be Here! members present. A bountiful pitchin dinner opened the .evening and was much enjoyed by all present. The business session which fol-| lowed was conducted by Mrs.' Glenn, during which time a number of money making plans were discussed. It was decided to send Mrs. Glenn as delegate from this j church I noon at J:' Ladies Bible Class. The Ladies Bible class of th First Presbyterian church will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock with Mrs. Charity Katon at her home, 461 North Main street. Mrs. James Mayne will be the assisting hostess. A good attendance of members is desired. toastmistress for the evening, and the feature address was given by Mrs. A. A. Backus of Indianapolis, prominent club women 1 and worker in church circles. She present- id a splendid message which was heartily enjoyed .by all present. Mrs. CVU. Mayne'gave a brief talk in behalf of the mothers, with Hope Wiggins responding for the daughters. Other numbers of interest were a group of accordion selections by Mrs. Carl Scudder of Windfall, two clever nursery rhymes sung by her -small daughter, Rnth Charlene, and a group of readings By Kath.eryn Leist. A lovely corsage was presented to the oldest mother present, Mrs. Schweitzer, mother of Mrs. Glen Lawler and to the youngest daughter present, Dorine Durham daughter of Mr. an'd Mrs. Sanford Durham. Flowers were also presented to Mrs. Scudder and Mrs. Backus who assisted with the program. All departed at. a late hour after a most delightful evening. Peter Smindak (above) old butcher boy, faces Federal trial at Bridgeport, Conn., onjchargi of extortion by sending threatening letters to wealthy residents. Hei»aa trapped by Government agentt. 1 ! :. '• ' I SWOLLEN (RIVERS. Wabash and Whi^c ttivcr Valleys j Are Now Inundated. Solii WAS of Mr. I and Mrs. Fred OTJan- Taken HI Here Sunday. Iword was received from the hodist hospital Tuesday mprn- < that* Ira iBryant O'Banion 12 yealr old son of Mr, and Mrs. Fred Me ing b'iflanion jbf Indianapolis, -was i" Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jones of getting along nicely following an Mlddletown, were Sunday dinner operation Rain- i (By United Press). Indianapolis^ May 7. j— swollen rivers flooded the Wabash and I White river valleys : in southern Indiana today. ! | The Wabasli river was reported rising from Terre Haute south andj the westj fork -of the ] White river was expected to go three feet I over the! flood stage at Edwardsport. ' ] : • Fair weather relieved the situation in the northern reaches of MOTHER'S DAY. President Breaks Precedent; by Skipping Proclamation, i (By United Press). Washington, May 7.J— President Roosevelt established another precedent today when he expressed the belief that a special proclamation for; Mother's Dajf on the- part of the chief executive was unnecessary. "I prefer to think that tributes which will be paid formed Sunday morning. : i'Phe boy! I and his parents" came toj Tipton ISaturday for a week erid' visit with his grandparents Mi- case calling for an immediate op- eijution and ;this was performed, the j streams,! the U. S. weather | ^ unives here were glad to get V.»*»*n** V» A**r* ^OTiriffrflrt *li . «,*.«•„ nf tViri V»mr tratttntr fllrtTl ? bureau here reported. ATTENDED (FUNERAL. Missionary Society. Tho Women's Mossionary society of the West Street Christian I club to the state • 17, IS, and 19. Plans were entertaining the fourth district j director. Miss Maude Wells, of i .Muncie, during the present month. The business session closed with the installation of the new officers by Mrs. Stella Sorrell and Miss Almira Cox. The remainder of the evening was spent playing cootie, high score winners bein?; Mrs. Sue Heckenhauer, and Mrs. Sorrell. PEAR BACK BROKEN. L. J. Hnnley, Former TIpton Fire Chief Seriously Injured. Word has been -received here °'<-l° c k with Mrs. L. i through Mr. and Mrs. Frank En'- mothers will come simply the to and spontaneously from our hearts, ' Mr. Roosevelt said in a| statement. His statement; in fuljl: "On the 9th day of jMay, President Wilson, in response a joint resolution of the congress Number of Tipton People at Servi ices for i Elwood Infant. A number ; of : Tipton residents weije at Elwood Tuesday afternoon where they attended funeral services held at the Christian church in that city for little Carl Vernon Thumma, 6-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Thum- all ty Orimme, Lowell LaGarde and Leland Repl attended a young, people's conference near Lebanon Sunday evening. Mr.' and; Mrs. Pauli:Grimme:Of near IHopewell, spent Saturday night j and! Sunday with Harold Hawkins and family of Springfield, b. s for appendicitis per- guests of EJmer Ludwig and fam- and Mrs. I. M. O'Banion .on Wist Adams street. During the afternoon jthe lad became quits ill and a doctor was called at 9 o'c ock Saturday evening and pro- no inced iti am.attack of-appendicitis. Sunday morning at 5 o'qlock he was taken to the hospital wl ere surgeons stated It was a. iiy- HOBBS. th<i news of the boy getting along right. a of Elwoofl. Rev. Hayes Miller, : pastor of 19U, to issued a proclamation government officials to direc^ display United States flag on jail govi ment buildings ; and invited people of the United States display the flagiat the: convention to!"""" *"• -•••" — — i be held at Richmond May 17, IS, T. Marker at her home. 100 North , O w of this city of a serious ac- Independence street. A full at- cident in which L. J. Hanley lig- also discussed for j tendance of members is desired, ured Sunday during the heavy Ksbe Circle. The Alpha Esbe circle ol the Kemp Methodist church will meet Wednesday evening at 7:00. o'clock with Mary Esther Boring at her liome on East Jefferson stivot. All members are requested take note and be present. to Permanent Waving SLAUTER'S HAT AND BEAUTY SHOPPE LAST-TIME TODAY -JEAHPARKEH • m r , Thursday o Peopl^ Admitted Ion One 'Ticket Xccdlecraft Club. rain. Mr. Hanley had gone to the barn to close thhe doors to the haymow to keep out the rain and in some manner fell a distance of 20 feet landing on his back. Mr. and Mrs. Enlow was at the other suitable places second Sunday in May .ing the jrn- the to r homes or on as a P the church, ^conducted the services, after which the ; body was removed to the Fairview cemetery in Tipton for; burial. HUXTINGTOX CASE. each ublic expression of our love and rejver- ence for the mothers of our country. In the intervening years | the observance of Mother's Day j has assumed a deep and growing jsig- nlflcance. it is not jmy purpose this year to issue a sp scial proclamation on the subject that the intention of Hanley home near. Cicero at the i can people wil} be so The Rural Needlecraft club will neet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Carl Foster at her home west of the Hopewell church. Mrs. Millie Smith will be the assisting Hostess. All members are requested to be present. Tango Party. The Women of the Moose will sponsor another tango party Wednesday evening at S:00 o'clock in the Moose hall. The public is cordially invited to be present. Entertained Friends. Hilda Tudor entertained at dinner Sunday at her home on North time and visited him again Monday evening. The attending physician thought the spinal column had been fractured and plans were being 'made to take him to the Noblesville hospital for X-ray examination. Mr. Hanley was formerly chief of the Tipton fire department and moved to his present home about five years ago. the cause of that day ed formal action on Judge to Rule on Charge Against Mayor Wednesday Mornhig. Found-Some Nice Onesj I • Lawrence Bath, manager of the FJear-Campbell jpoultry; house on East street, was in the'office-of th'e Tribune Tuesda? noon and exhibited eight fine mushrooms o'fj; the sponge variety: he had found in a woods south of Tipton. r. Bath [was in the woods hut a .w minutes'and secured enough fplr a nice i meal. He is of the opinion they yill be plentiful for the nixt few days the heavy rains bringing them out in quantities. ••I'Mrs. Lester Nance, residing east of Arcadia, was also in the office Tuesday and reported she had found seven large mushrooms n<;ar the 'mail .box in front of her hbuse. i ' . : (By United Press). Huntington, May 7. — Special Judge David ^rnith of Fort Wayne will rule at 1JO a. m. tomorrow on contempt of Court charges against Mayor Clare JW. H. Bangs and 10 other defendants. [Plaintiff in the Northern Indiana' action Power is the Com- as I believe the Ameri- devoted to that repjeat-j the part o£ the chief executive is unnecessary. "I prefer to think! that tributes which: will be paid pany which Obtained an injunction last January to prevent Bangs from j extending facilities of! the city plant to the commercial field. The Hobbs Ml E. Sunday school and church will' give a' Mother's Day program Sunday in connection i with the Sunday school. There will be a program of readings and special music, followed with; the :pageant; The Chest of Joash. The. characters are as fol- lowsi Joash, King In Jerusalem, Rev. Davison Jehaiada, Chief Priest, George- Stroup; two priests, Basil Swinford, Allan Johnson; Ascribe, Hoy Hobbs. Other characters are 'the trumpteers, guards, chest ' hearers, and a robed chorus of girls. Every one is invited! to be present. - Motherfs Day will' be observed next Sunday at the Hobbs Christian church with an: all day program. Sunday school at 9:30. Rev: Grpseclose will be present for both'morning and afternoon A basket .dinner in the church din- Ing room at the noon hour. At 2 p. m. a special program of music, readings .and an address by Rev. Grpseclose. The public is cordially invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. George McCarthy had as their Sunday guests Mr. and -Mrs. Albert Stiltsworth and family. ' .' For Home Purchasing, -Home Building, [_ arid Home Remodejing or Improvements. The ' j Tipton Loan Association Court Street I J. A. LEWIS, Bec'y. Sunday dinner guests at her,: aunt, Delia Glenn and famijy. Shirl BIddle and children of • Michigan City, were the: week end guests of his wife, and her • mother Mrs. Shirl BIddle: |jat the ' home of Mrs. Melissa Hoffman.'* - 1 D. D. Hoffman was also a Sun- ' day dinner guest. i, j Is in Coma, Mrs. Susan Smitson remains a KJut the same at the Beechwood hospital where she has been a pa- tfent for ihe past ten days suffering with a broken hip. For the pkst few days she has been in a coma mubh of he "time, and has been able' to take only little nour- Mr. and Mrs. Goldsmith, were Roy Foutch of Sunday after- Contlnues 111. Miss Carrie Trittschuh remains mothers will spontaneously the confined to the home of her par- to ome simply and from pur hearts." MOOSE FROLIC. Tipton Members Will! Attend One nt Elwood slaturday. May 18. East street Ilita Joann Ertel. Ann Ertel and Mothers and'Daughters Banquet. East Union church, Thursday, S p. m. Plate, 25c. Speaker and special music. p-185 Old Hickory floor enamel, 69c quart, at Rexall, Drugs. c-tf Tribune Want Ads Pay. PIANO TONING Dealers in All Kinds of i Musical Instruments •including Piano Accordians TEACHER W.R. BAGLEY S85 North Independence St. Phone No. Queen Esthers. The Queen Esther society ot the Kemp Methodist church met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Clayton Young on West Jefferson street with Mary Vernon as the' assisting hostess. The house was attractively decorated with spring flowers in keeping with the season. At this time the organization all former sponsors and former members, and there was a large attendance of members and guests present for the evening. The business session was in charge of the president, Mrs. Lloyd Maines, and during this time, the following officers were elected for the coming year: President, Mrs. Maines; vice-president, Esther Carnine; secretary, Dorothy Fox, and treasurer, Mrs. Robert Booth. . Mrs. G. G. Davis, the present sponsor conducted the devotional service which was followed by the lesson given In a splendid manner by Mrs. Raymond Cox. During the social hour, Nina Maude Trabue entertained with a Members of; the Tipton Ix ents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Trittschuh on North Conde street suffering .-with I low blood pressure and heart and liver disorders. She will remain I at home' for a rest and treatment during the week, and hopes to be able to resume her duties at the Tribune office Monday morning. ishment. yal Order of Moose ning to be present for the frolic to be held at Elwood! for the second degree of the two orders ^Saturday evening] May is. Only. se<j- ond degree members in good standing will be allowed to attend the meeting and the frolic to follow. ! ! A feature of the evening will be the presentation of the second degree by thej Elwood team for the benefit of a class from the two lodges. An elaborate e >f candidates DANA The prearfaw W«*t VliginU ccal in lump of e».-yenr low Hid group of readings, contests were won Two «lever by Mayme Reed and Mrs. Santord Durham. Mrs. Maines presented the present and past sponsors with lovely lace handkerchiefs, gifts, of appreciation for their loyal efforts in behalf of the society. At the close of the evening the hostesses served delicious refreshments of strawberry pie a la mode and coffee. itertainnvmt program has j.been prepared to close the evening, and all anticipating a isplendjd time. • »• . Is Doing Nicely. I i Walter Kemp former Tlptjoi resident who is now j at his home in Kokomo, iaj reported to -be getting along nicely although his jured spine has not entirely cleared up. Ti tesday fluid was drawn from the a pipe but it was much less operation wai Mr. Kemp improTes Steadily. ' Dentil Graff ot thto city, continue! to Improve tteadily at tne Beechwood tootpltal where he underwent an, operation for appen- _ ,v - T ^ He to f ii nta £ automobile a<cident section of roids 31 noon on Aprl 22. i quantity mer occasions when a tapping perfo :med. was In ured In . Un at the inter- No Ii jprovei jent. There is no condition of J Irs. L) nn Picki who'has been at her home cpnfini id to her on Dli hi'street ft" the past six t eeks. Jfra. be s of than on for- and 28 PRAIRIE CENTER. Mr. and Mrs. Cleda Davison and Mrs. Rosa E. Vawter entertained at dinner: Sunday, in honor-of the latter's 77th birthday. Those present were Dessie Davis and family of near New London, and \7illiam iEudaily and family ol Fairmount. The centerpiece for the table was a large birthday cake decorated in yellow and noon visitors of her mother Mrs. Elizabeth Caster. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Legg and family were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs; George Wilkins. near Atlanta. Mr! and Mrs. Hoy Hobbs were at i Wabash' Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. James Wright of Indianapolis spent the week end at Hobbs with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ackeis. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Barnes, had Mr. and Mrs. Will Campbell spent Saturday and Sunday with his uncle Mr. and Mrs; Shirl Rubush and family of Frankfort : Shirl BIddle and family of Michigan City were the Sunday evening guests of her ; sister, Aubrey Dnnlavey and fainlly.. Billie, small son of Mr. arid Mrs. Virgil Carter is, confined to his home with the measles. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Hoffman entertained Saturday evening Paul Ramseyer and family of Prairie Center. as their Sunday guests, and Springman Services. Quakenbush, Virginia white. i Maxlne : Meyers, jvirginia Nixon. Bernlce IJavenpoirt, Jean Alice Lacy, Bes- ^ie Crail, Esther Doenges, Margaret Nixon, William Robert Orr, James and Robert Stroup, Otis JTerhunej Oland Nash; "Billy and Relatives'and friends assem-lEstel Kelley and Wilbur Hoback bled Tuesday morning at St. John's Cathdlic church to pay last respects to Mrs. Helen (O'Malley) Sprlngman, !wife of L. H. Springman, whose; death occurred Saturday afternoon. : i Rev. p. Joseph Bilstein conducted the services, after jwhich burial was in St. John's cemetery. Brought Back: Life. I Los Angeies, cal.. May 7.—Re-, storatlon of life processes to guinea pigs' which he said werej "itrozen to death" tor periods as! long as three days was claimed here last night by Dr. Ralph Willard, young biochemist Try a Tribune Want Ad. at impro 1 ement in the ffering IB thought t< an abdominal ments are belpg to a hospital possible, treatment within near iriture. ( ' '" ' tumor (and arntdl i to take r for - , •» your were among those who attended be 4-H.j roundup at Purdue last jweek. Margaret" Nixon judged on tood preparation- anoT w'pn r fourth place. . |i A birthday dinner was enjoyed Sunday t|t the home cif Ross War- flen and Children Lois and, Bobby, kear Russiavllle, in "honor of the latter's 5th 'birthday. ; The; centerpiece foil the table was a large birthday (cake decorated with five candles. Sunday; supper guests of Thel- itia and Glennis Tudor were Florence Rose: of Kokomo; Dorothy WcFarland, Opal Rivers, iljelores Mclntlrej Margaret Nixon, , Clarence Marrison, Robert Stroui), Ross and! Ralph, Adkinspn, Rudolph Rammell and Otis Terhnne. j % Press Remseyer, .twin ibrofier qf William Ramseyer.'of Grooras- yille, spent the past week at *Iar- insville.| taking the baths for eumatlsm. William Ramseyer is In .potr .ealth: jiMrs. Roy Land and chil- >n of T,lpton, and Mr. and Mrs. Maggart were Sunday d'n- guests of Mr. Ramseyer. Dolores! Mclntire is' employed, at the louts Curtis store at Pral- ele Centar. ' > The I rairleville Ladles' Aid so-, qiety wliljmeet with, Mrs! Frona LaOardc Thursday afternoon, 1 Andy ' "* tj " had bee bommi ' compa: by whowi n Mrs. Fred : Barnes and family of Windfall, and Mr. and Mrs. Elton Book and family of Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Sinclair of Sheridan were Sunday guests of Mrs. Ellen Cole and daughter Nora. . Ernest and Floyd Ramsey of Tazewell, Tenn:, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hobbs and other relatives. ' Mrs. iDave. Overman of Elwood visited Friday in Hobbs with her mother Mrs. Ella Good and famr ily. .Mrs.; Jane Kemper who has spent the winter in 1 Hobbs with her daughter Mrs. John Brogdon and family, went to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Glen Perkins, Friday,'.to spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jung are moving; to Hobbs occupying the Ressler; property. They formerly lived on a farm near McCords- ville." Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Warner, Mr. and Mrs. Carmel Hoover and Mrs. Inez Hobbs were Indi- attapolts visitors Friday. Donald M. Harris attended the Kentucky Derby Saturday at Louisville, Ky. Mrs. i Pearl Hobbs will entertain the Betty club Friday afternoon at her home southwest of Hobbs: Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hobbs entertained Sunday at their home south of Hobbs, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Bower and daughter Myrna, Mr. and Mrs. Hillard Woodruff of Tipton, Earl Knoari- of Indianapolis, Mrs. Knoar and son Max-of Elwood, 'Mr,'and'Mrs. Kenneth Hughes "of Anderson. Miss Bernell Downing of Hobbs r Mr. and Mrs. Case Sells and daughter Vivian of Atlanta, and Ernest and FIdyd Ramsey of Tabevllle, Tenn. iruff.of Tennessee, who g relatives In this the past w'4ek,jwa» »e- tp'~bJs home Saturday ft and] family, ot tie week Mrs. Carrie ' Roma'ck ; entertained the Wednesday Club at 1 her home Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Elizabeth BInkley, Mrs. , Harriet Butler and Mrs; Abbit Helmnth as special • guests. Bridge was the' game of the afternoon with Mrs. Binktey and Mrs. Juanita Carter winners of prizes. Refreshments of • salad, butter crackers, an'd coffee were served. ; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Shanklin of Sheridan were the Sundajr guests of her, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brook Snyder. i Wayne Snyder and family of Kokomo were the week end guests of her sister, and grandfather Wilma June Adams and Elmer Huckstep and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lora Wilburn motored Sunday to Monticello and were the dinner guests ,of their daughter, P. K. Harold and family. • : Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith "tored Wednesday near Galvestpn and were the dinner guests of her" sister, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Will Morrison. Mrs. Morrison is In very poor health. j Mrs. Paul Wilburn and sons, Gerald, and John^ left "Sunday for Detroit, Mich., where Mrs. Wil- , burn Is employed. Mrs. Wilburn: ' : _ and sons visited last week with , Mr. and Mrs. Lora Wilburn, and other relatives and friends. . Mr. and Mrs. Ross Broyles and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fretz of . Tipton motored to. LaFontaine and attend the fifth congressional Rural Carriers me'etlng Saturday afternoon and evening. ,.,-, The Wesleyan ' Siindayi school^ retired to the chhnrch basement-' Sunday after the Sunday!, school hour with well filled baskets; to do honor to their departing teach- : er, Mrs. Pearl-Wooldridge;who-te^ moving to Tipton, and also the-, aossistant teacher, Victor Owens-, who. is moving soon to Windfall. After the dinner a short program of •songs and talks. Gifts tares were given the About sixty .were present occasion., ' i .'. ' SHARPSVIUtE. The fire department made a run Wednesday morning toj the late Mary Chesaeryhome ' w6 r ta A small roof * age-was |small., j - s r Taylor i Miller 4md-;famlly HATS — 50c to $2.00 Reduced Prices on Dremnii and Suit* - «v.
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