The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 9, 1935 · Page 3
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Thursday, Mnv 0. 1ST!. For Mother's Day One, Two and Three Pound Boxes Mother's Day Cards Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — Phone 40. West Side Square party at the Y. M. C. A. in Ko- ikomo in the near future. A social hour followed, during which two -clever contests were won by Mary Frances Rose and N'ina Maude Trabue. At the close of the evening, delicious refreshments were served by the hostess and her mother, Mrs. Arthur Boring. Social Events AI pi i.-i Kslu» Circle. The Alpha Esbe Circle- of tho Kemp Methodist cliiirch met Wednesday evening at the home of Mary Esther Boring on Kast Jefferson street with a ?ood attendance of members present. Mary Frances Rose .were in charge of the lesson, and Katber- . ine Leist conducted the devotional service. nuriiiK the -'business session plans wore made for a swimmins £>' ' ' J MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS ~~~'' ix ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS OR PERMANENT WAVES AT SLAUTER'S HAT AND BEAUTV SHOPPE RITZl THEATRE LAST TIME TODAY PAL NITE Two People Admitted on One Ticket "BIOGRAPHY OF A BACHELOR GIRL" With Robert Montgomery and Ann llnrding Fri-Sat All Day Any Seat KidslOc 15c IECUESS iimir » « IUE FM1CIU1H LTUTUUTx Our Late Show Sat. Hey Kids!! FR£E ESKIMO PIES to thefiwt 125 kids at- tendin^ftthe Saturday )LEMAN Missionary Meeting. The missionary society of the West Street Christian church met on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. L. T. Marker on North Independence street. After the opening song and prayer, Mrs. Hallie Coleman gave the devotions. Mrs. Coleman was also the leader for the afternoon, the program being in charge of -Mrs. Frank Russell's "division. Airs. Russell reviewed "The Biography of Kawaga." Kawaga, a most interesting person is the outstanding Christian ot Japan and he relates in this book how Christianity has transformed the life of Japan. Mrs. Walter Carter, following the same linn of thought talked on the subject, "A Million Souls for Christ." which -was the plea of Kawaga for a campaign throughout the country, which has proved very successful. It has been a well organized campaign comprising the evangelistic, educational. and social phases, and has meant much to Japan. The program was much enjoyed by all present, and a social hour followed. New HOJM- Ladies Aid. Tlio Ladies Aid society of the New Hope church met Wednesday afternoon at the home of .Mr.-;. Tom C'ochran near Tipton with fourteen members present and two guests. The president, Mrs. Belva Boyer called the meeting to order and all joined in singing, "Wonderful Words of Life," after which Mrs. Hover read the s-cripture lesson and led in prayer. Roll call was ansu-HHMl with each lady turning in her Easter egg money. Dunns the short business ses- sinn. a finance committee was appointed for May, June and July, consisting of Mrs. Ralph Bozell, Mrs. George Bishop, Mrs. Ralph Bishop, and Mrs. Marion Chappell. Several plans were discussed for raising money. The meeting closed with a benediction and the remainder of the afternoon was spent in a social way. The next meeting will be the first Wednesday in June with Mrs. Lawrence Gaiser. Shower Party. Estelle Mae Kessler entertained at her home on North East street Tuesday evening with a surprise party in honor of Mias Mabel Scott of this city who will leave soon to accept a position in Lebanon. Miss Scott was given a handkerchief shower, receiving many lovely rememberances from her friends. Cootie was enjoyed during the evening, and high score prizes were won by Doris and Frances Barr. At the close of the evening the hostess served delicious refreshments to Miss Scott, Doris anc Frances Barr, Elizabeth Haskett Esther Carnine, Frieda Porter and Juanita Pyke. - . * ' ' Worth Wliile Club. The Worth While club will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Frank Rayls at her home south o* Tipton. All members are requested to make arrangements to attend, and are asked to meet ai the Boston Store corner promptl} at 1:45 o'clock where transporta Mon will be provided. Kill Kare Klub. The Kill Kare Klub will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Car! Ludwig at her home, 130 Wesl North street. A full attendance is desired. Mother's Day candy. 39c up. 'Blue'Front Drug Store, - , •' 0-187 AHA The premium Wei* Virginia coal in lump or e«. Very low In ash and JW* Ugh in heat -anlU, The jeori that MtfebflM. 3^4"* v 4 C Road Committee Here Again Thursday Consulting Auditor. The committee appointed fol- owing a meeting of interested parties at Windfall to Interview he county council and commissioners regarding the procurment of right of ways for state roads through Tipton county, was back Thursday for a consultation with County Auditor Joe Mattlngly. The committee, composed ot Dr. E. B. Moser, Prof. C. F. Patterson and Frank Smith, believes that if prompt action is taken on the part of the county officials in providing. funds to purchase the necessary land for widening and opening new lines for the highways, the state will start maintenance at once and there is a possibility that paving would be done this summer. It was first reported John S. Mitchell had presented the road recommendation but Mr. Mitchell had nothing to do with it and did not even attend the meeting of land owners of Wildcat township, which appointed the committee to visit the council. This committee did visit each member of the council and made a recommendation that a reduction be made in the budget sufficient to take care of the purchase of the right of ways and- the members of the council each concurred in' the matter and signed their names. Thursday the committee was back in Tipton and held a conference with Auditor M-attlngly and County Attorney Bolton and a plan has been mapped out which may result in the matter being cared for in the near future. The only question In the whole matter is the one of securing funds to procure the right of ways as all are agreed it is a proper step, and will in a few years work a great saving to the county in the item of road maintenance and repair. That Hobby i is Now prtTidfauj B C. Chambers Good Livlibood. For the reason that! he liked to see things grow and I elieved, that he could rallse better plants for his home garden then procure, B. Notrh Indepi C. Cham JCTS -of 631 >ndence street is now relying dn tl e plants lie [raises for sale to gardeners lor i living and they are providing a jood one. Some Ffteen yean ago while working at j the Nickel Plate shops, Mr. Chambers one evening •prepared a bed for-some special plants and then can e up town after them. None ol the stores could supply him anil inquiry at the green j houses stated their supply was exhausted. he could Right there CONFESSED EGG THEFT. Albert Downs, Sheridan, Got Eight Cases of Eggs and Auto. Albert Downs, who was placed in jail at Frankfort Wednesday, has confessed the theft of 2,880 eggs from the Fear-Campbell plant at Sheridan Saturday night and also theft of tw« automobiles. Downs was arrested at Frankfort Wednesday after found peddling eggs among different stores. The man, who is 27 years of age, had a younger • brother Taylor Downs assisting him'in disposing of the eggs "which were taken to the edge of Frankfort in-.an automobile' stolen from Klrklin. They were cached in a deserted building and on Tuesday night Downs stole the Chevrolet car of Ray Lamaster at Sheridan and took the eggs into • Frankfort where he and the brother were peddling them when taken into custody. Authorities are not certain whether he will be sentenced at Noblesville or Frankfort, having stolen automobiles In both coun- he determined this would not hap* pen again and the netti spring ke prepared a small hot bed, only a few feet square and sowed several varieties ot j plant seed., That became a hobby and when the depression hit the, railroads about nine years ago^ the hobby had grown until he had" several large hot beds and was growing plants for neighbors. |Now all his time is devoted to the- business. Today he has 3,000 square leet under glass and gro^sj all kinds of plants for gardene -a 'and truck men. He makes few if any sales .to retailers, as his buniness has grown so that his wbrry for the past two or three years is to raise enough plants to meet the demand. Hundreds of feet of steam and water lines rare run to :the beds and the establishmeni worth visiting. Mr says most amateur p make the big mistake . is one well . i Chambers ant growers of obtaining just any seed for planting. He buys nothing but the best and some of his seed costs as high as $5 per ounce. All varieties of garden' vegetables are raised and he raises a limited amount of flower plants, this being a side: line as he is a garden and" truck plant producer. | ' Most people have j a hobby of some kind but few make It turn out so that it provides a steady Income, as Mr. • Chambers has done. DATE IS FIXED. J !', ties and in addition the eggs in' Hamilton county. 2,880 Foster Class. The Foster- class ot the First Presbyterian church met Wednesday evening with Mrs. E. M. Smith at her home on North Conde street, with Mrs. W. A. Compton and Mrs. Reuben Tunmer as assisting hostesses. There were fourteen members to enjoy the evening. present meeting, a social time was enjoyed, and three clever contests were won by Mrs. George Spencer, Mrs. Oswald Green, and Mrs. Ross M-cNeal. At the close of the evening the hostesses served a delicious lunch. Made a Colonel. (By United Ptcis). Louisville, Ky.. May 9.—Atty. Gen. Philip Lntz Jr., of Indiana was added today . to the list -of Kentucky Colonels, He was commissioned by Qor Ryby Lafoon' during the meeting of' the central states parole conference here. W. R. C. Meeting. The Women'! Relief Corps will meet Friday afternoon at *:0(J o'clock in the JO. A. R. hall of the conrthoiue. A -full attendance^ of mem **$** 4-H Club County Show Wil Be Two Days, August O aad 7.. 9\ fRfBOifR ! :. . SLEiD ORGANIST COMESG. : I • i - ! ' - i•of. Charles Hhnson, Noted Musician to be Here for Recital. j i ! Prof. Charles Hanson, blind or- nist-of the Second Presbyterian urch of Indianapolis, has been cured forj an organ recital at • i First Presbyterian church in pton for 1 the evening of Wed- sday May 15 and the general iblic is -welcomed. • Those who ive heard 1 ' this noted blind mu- :ian will welcome the opportun- r of hearing him again, well re- emberlngi the splendid program » 'rendered here two years ago. The committee in charge has epared aj- program which will featured by the organist who ill be assisted by Rev. Reuben immer, vocalist, Miss Martha jllins, violinist, .Mrs; C. B. Steen, pianist, and Miss Betty impton, -reader. i The committee is selling tlck- fi for thifc recital and the pro- eds are for the purpose of pay- g the remainder of the debt on re big Esjty organ installed' in e First 'Presbyterian church. he ladies of the church who "took i themselves the obligation of lying this debt have reduced it itll there |is only an $87 balance tA It to 1\>a hnna nnri ripsirp nf ;''-•' ! UI3PT A WIfcL. , Marion F.i Axtell Named Sister As Beneficiary. . The will of the late Marion F-. Affell has been probated in circuit court, it having been made July 24, 1933, following his attack of Illness in Tipton.. Mr. Axtell who died- at Richmond was buried in Fairview cemetery: Wednesday 'afternoon .services being held at the Ogle & Little funeral home, co'rner of ' Independence and Adams street and were . attended by a large number of old friends. 0 The will after providing that just debts be paid leaves the remainder of the estate to his half- sister Miss Bessie Cloud of Richmond. ; The estate consists of about $6,400 in personal property, being money on deposit In »he Farmers Loan & Trust Company and two pieces of Tipton property. D. L.> Thomas is named executor of the will and will carry out its terms. So far as known the only debts are expenses of his last illness and funeral expenses. POUR CAKES. TT_« n .1>nn« T>*u*OAn + &<-1 Tir»fl\n - '!/ : An Api . At the nlnet the' North Ind 'Ti'» "\Tp-1"linrt iQt ,Hc : iUtSVllUUlaL which was held week, the Rev. moved from th to the i Anoka- Logansport. In shall be removi and we: cannot til !we | express Goldsmith an mutiitfes-.-.our * theSr many kii ^3k ' ! sonany; and to in the I work of Hopewell M. I the four years We' have tried the congregati for their cons shall ever ren as having con shane of. frier community life In addition of the charges our gratitude une, and the Tipton county & A. M., R. & M. No. 114, a Noi 66 O. E. S. courtesies; to of Goldsmith' week at we Hopewell com- the committee that it can be wiped out within the near future. The recital will start promptly at 8:00 Wednesday evening. May 15 and promises to be a program far above the ordinary. GRAND COMMANDER?. Knights Templar of Indiana Select New Officers. Ralph Howard of i Greencastle was advanced to grand commander of the Grand Commandery of Indiana, Knights Templar, at the eighty-first annual conclave ' in the Masonic temple yesterday. He succeeded Roy E. Smiley of Washington, who presided at all sessions. Frank E. Ball of Muncie was named grand captain of the guard, ; the only new officer to be elected. 1 Officers in addition to Mr. Howard and Mr. Ball, are Harvey S. Wambaugh of Elkhart, deputy grand commander; Fred N. Prass of Lafayette, grand generalissimo; Clyde ;E. Titus of Indianapolis, grand captain general; Ralph P. Cain of: Richmond, grand sen- considerations and we full the various lodges of business firms Tipton, and to Dri S.; M! Cotton, a physician of sterling character and rare skill and absolute fidelity, to us. The Couples by Kroger's Grocery. The Tipton store of the Kroger Grocery and Baking -Company, in j memories of these four' years on observance of the fifty-third anniversary of the company, has presented free anniversary cakes to four Tipton couples who have been married fifty-three years. The company is celebrating its anniversary in all Kroger and Piggly Wiggly stores, with an assortment of gifts for the patrons. Those receiving cakes thus far are Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Rice of South East street: Mr. and Mrs. W.- W. Mount, West Jeiferson street; Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Mett- lln of West Madison street, and Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Cox residing near Tipton. For Home Purchasing, Home Building, : and Home Remodeling "• or Improvements. J The •] Tipton Building and; Loan Association Court Street J. A. LEWIS, Sec'y. m .1 I KIWANIS CLUB; Boys and Girls Glee Clubs Will Sing at iFriday Noon Meeting. Date for the county 4-H clnb exhibit and judging contests have been fixed the event this year taking place Tuesday and Wednesday, August 6 and 7 j | The place for holding the show has n'ot been definitely chosen but arrangements will be made if possible to hold It all in one place. The Tipton park Is a i ideal place' foe the shpw, with. the exception, of some ot the more delicate displays which have to be inside. The park auditorium is plenty large for all exhibits and the tables make a fine place to- make displays of vegetables and canned fruits, but It has one [ drawback. There is no method of closing the place In case of rain or extreme wind. This year -there -Bill be more young people than evjr before interested in 4-H Clu) | work and the exhibition will probably he the largest ever held jit the county and one ot the c utstandlng ones of the state. Members are already engaged in the various projects and June 1st : a the final entry date for pig, dairy and beef calf clubs. Entries for the display close July 10, -which jwtll give the leaders and officers ample time to arrange for the prope winners of trophies rnumtwr of id ribbons. Cnllen 8 lervfces. A large, group of i saddened friends and relatlven gathered Thursday morning ttl the St. John's Catholic churci to pay last respects to. Frank Ctllen, retired Nickel Plate engiieeir, whose death occurred Monday evening. Rev. F.i Joseph Bllsteln conducted the services jailer which burial was In the 6t. JTohn'i cemetery, i ' i i ! <»*• To Remain for Charles Crawford, granted M jCr a lea .who ,ve of at day from the Indiana !rBtor«iatof3r to-rtatt'hi ' ~ ; ut '-' ; Mike Moli •erionj •P" ' < ior warded; John C.' Bush Gary, .grand junior warden; of the Rev. Lewis Brown of Indianapolis, grand ' prelate; : George S. Parker of Anderson, grand treasurer; William H. Swintz of Indianapolis, grand recorder; George J. Leiningkr of Colujmbla City, grand .standard bearer; Walter 'G. Rice of Terre Haute, grand sword bearer, and • Hugh E. Mauzy of Hushville, grand warder. i ' • : Are Back Home. Mr. and! Mrs. Bert Heifer returned to ;Tlpton Thursday after spending the past six months jn Norfolk. Va., with their daughter, Mrs. Lowell Ross; They were in Inianapolisj for two days before coming fo i Tipton, visiting with their sons Buren and Max Heifer and families. They have reopened, their home at 228 East North street and are both glad to be back. They are In splendid] health and stated that they enjoyed their visit very .much. At Fifth District Meet. Jesse Kemp postmaster at Kempton,- Hoy Hobbs, 1 postmaster at Hobbs apd W. J. Zehner, post-; master at Tipton were 'Bt Frankfort Wednesday and attended the meeting ot postmasters of the Fifth district, which was held at the Elks home. At noon a dinner] was servedj at the Hotel Coulter. About thirjty postmasters of the! district attended the meeting. i Merry Hustlers. j The Mercy Hustlers; class of the First Baptist church will enjoy a pitoh-in supper and their regular- monthly social Friday! evening at[ 6:30 o'clock at the church. All: members are urged to be present. t I ot oO« Co-Workers Claea. ' the Co-' Workers clan Kemp Metlodlst cht |the Leathermah of the home In celebration of National Music Week the Boys and Girls Glee Clubs of the Tipton high school directed by Miss Lois Slone will sing at the noon meeting and luncheon' of the Tipton Kiwanis club. • f The meeting will be held in the First Presbyterian church basement and;members of the Ladies Aid Society will serve the meal. the Goldsmith charge will be one of the bright pictures on our walls of.; time. To the membership and friends of i the .Goldsmith charges, a new pastor :js coming to you. Give him your prayers, your confidence and your support and make his years of' service a success to all concerned. Good bye, God bless you all. Our new address will be S12 20th street, Logansport, Ind. Signed, REV. and MRS. M. C. MORROW. • »• » Wrist Broken. One of the Graduates. 'Miss Crystal Lockridg'e, daughter of Mrs. Emma Lockridge re.- siding southwest of Tipton, is one of thirty-four students who will graduate from Taylor university at Upland June 4. Miss Lockridge will receive a Bachelor of Arts degree. Bishop Ralph S. Cushman of the Denver area of the Methodist Episcopal church will be the speaker for the commencement exercises, and Robert Lee Stuart, • president of the university will present the diplomas. Baccalau-' reate services will be held Sunday, June 2, with Dr. Harry M. Gage, president of Coe college. Cedar Rapids, Iowa, delivering- the sermon. The annual alumni banquet will be held in. the college dining hall Monday, June 3. ~* ' • We wouldn't like to have the weather man guess the weight of a prize hog for us. - Mrs. Mary D. Shockley of Kempton met with a painful accident Wednesday evening, breaking her left wrist just above the joint. Mrs. Shockley and daughter, •Mrs. Bert Freeman were in a neighbor'sJawn when Mrs. Shock- lej lost her footing and fell on her wrist. A. physiqian was called to set the bone, after which she was removed-to the home of her daughter where she will remain 1 until her arm is much better. Latest reports from, the home stated she was resting as well:as possible. Tribune Want Ads Get 'Results. Sterling Grocery BUTTER—Tip- *>fl- ton, n». •:..:.....«fc 420 Walnut St. Phone 234. See Our New EYELEl! and SEERSUCKER DRESSES For Saturday SUITS REDUCED DELMAR S5ST FOR THAT 7* INNING STRETCH

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