The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 11, 1935 · Page 3
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995. EVERYDAY PRICES $1.25jjgd*Vln 98c Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — - Phone -to. ''West Side Square Social Events Kntrr Xous Club. The Entre Nous club was de- 1 lightfully entertained Thursday ' afternoon at a 1:00 o'clock luncheon by Mrs. J. W. Rose and Mrs. F. W. Robinson, at the hitter's home on North Main street. The house was attractively decorated with bouquets of spring flowers, tulips, lila-cs and violets. The delicious three - course luncheon was served at small tables, for which centerpieces were bouquets of violets. Nuts and mints were served in small cups, made by Mrs. Rose, and decorated in keeping with the spring idea. Favors of bunches of violets.,tied with yellow riblmr.- were found at each place. The hostesse's weiv assisted in serving by Mrs. D. E. Leist. .The. afternoon was delightfully spent socially with games and -••oiitests. with Mrs. Omer Lee as the prize winner. Two (•level- readings by .Mrs. Ida Cahill were much enjoyed by all present. Guests present to enjoy tlu> afternoon with the members we-e Mrs. Cahill, Mrs. John Hash. Mrs. Charles Downes, Mrs. M. G. Nicholson and Mrs. Wil'.ard Goar. v .y Mitchell at her home onl West A lams street, with a good attend ince of members. Following a. sliort business session, the after>on was spent socially, the g lests enjoying a new game, Po- Ke-No, which was quite delight- il for all Prizes were won <by J rs. L. T. Barker, and Mrs. Winnie Nash. At the close of the afternoon, IB hostess served delicious re- eshments to all present. VISITED HOSPITAIi. Eastern Stnr The meeting Tuesday evening cf the Tiliton .chapter. No. C6, Qrder of pastern Star will be an utstanding one in the history of organization as at that time [fie work will be presented according to the ritual of 1865. i At that time there were no women officers and the entire was given by a master lec- Modern Priscilla Club. The Modern Priscilla club met f'ridav afternoon with Mrs. Har- MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS ix ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS OR PERMANENT AT - WAVES SLAUTER'S HAT AND BEAUTY SHOPPE tiirer. However in order to divide t!he work, the ritual fias been ar- mnged so that the various points |-il be filled with different men, clieving the master lecturer of iving the entire service. This will be men's night as Jar as the degree work is con- qerned, and no women will take i>art. The class of candidates will ie made up of persons already nembers of the. chapter, as the •ork is being presented for exhi- ition purposes only. llr. S. W. Curtis will give the peeling and valedictory, and :hcrt Allison will give a histori- al sketch of the chapter. Ray- lond Little has been selected as taster instructer, James Collins vill give the lecture of Adah: Ed jeonard, the lecture of Ruth; truest Rosenthal, lecture of Esher: Charles Downes, Martha; nd John Hash. Electa. while Joe lootli will serve as conductor. Invitations have been sent to mrronnding chapters, and an at- eiulance of 200 or more persons s anticipated. The service is in- Iced an impressive one, and will >e of great interest to all who are to attend. WELL KNOWN 5EH9 !^« ; »p:^PptFf» iil4ii^^ HERE. ITZ THEATRE • Sunday and Monday Continuous Show Sunday Home Hygiene Class Inspected Mercy Hospital at Elwood. The Home Hygiene class of the home economics department of th<) high school, accompanied by their two instructors. Carroll Blount and Helen Sullivan, enjoyed a visit to the Mercy hospital at Elwood Friday afternoon This is an .annual outing for the class and .one which is anticipated each year with much delight by the girls. Sister Ann Rita of the hospital staff conducted the girls- through the institution. Miss Snyder, surgical supervisor, explained the process of sterilization 1 , and led the tour through the surgical and obstetrical departments explaining -the uses of a number of the instruments as she went along. One of the most interesting features of the tour of inspection was the visit to the X-ray room where the girls were privileged to see several pictures which had been taken, and one girl was flotfroscoped to demonstrate to the remainder of the class the way -in which the machine operates. Sister Beatrice explained the equipment in the new laboratory, and the girls were quite interested in the tuberculosis, pneumonia, and stereptococcus germs which they were privileged to see under microscope. Following the tour, the sisters served a light lunch in the dining room of the hospital. Members of the class and their instructors were delighted with the splendid reception they received at the hospital, and enjoyed very much the most pleasant and instructive afternoon. Well Known !Tobacco Salesman Died Friday Night, Tipton friends and business acquaintances were shocked Saturday morning to re the death of Patsy known .tobacco ijve word of arvllla, well sman, which occurred Friday evening at h|a home in Elwood. Mr. Carvllla compl lined • of not feeling well Friday ^al ternoon, but was not alarmed concerning his condition. Friday evening about 7:30 o'clock, : he fluff Pociiliontas Meeting. The War Eagle Council. No. 1~>». of Ihe degree of Pocahontas not in ivgular session Friday ev- 'iiing with eighteen members nvsent. During the business session, >lans were perfected for attend- ng the Iri-county meeting to be i« Id at Alexandria May 28. Plans vere also completed for a bunco Kirty to he held in the Red Men lall May IS. During the social hour, bunco and lotto were enjoyed. The for- ner was won by Mrs. Harry Coy ind Mrs. Martha Goodnight, wKile Mrs. Margaret Cooper and J. E. Ogle wore prize winners in lotto. At the close of the social hour, i delicious luncheon was served o the group by the hostesses. Mrs. Zetta Lord and Mrs. ;aret Wood. Har- Girls Circle. The Girls Circle of the West Street Chris\ian church will hold their May meeting Monday even- ng at the church. This will be a Mothers' Day meeting, and every girl is requested to be present and take her 1 mother or another guest. Visited Funeral Home. The Loyal Daughters class of the West Street Christian church visited the Leatherman funeral home Thursday evening and were shown through the establishment, they going in a body. The class s taught, by Mrs. Tom Mount. . Attending Women's Meeting. »red a heart attack, and death occurred before medical attention cofild be summoned. = Mr. Carvilla opera sale, tobacco house in for a number of years traveled through this county, various retail stores ed a whole- Elwood arid. visiting the made many friends 'and who had were stunned at the word of his aud- Effective Censorship of Navjr Conceals War Problem j Operations. MADE STOP ENROUTE den demise. I RED CROSS INSTITUTE. Mrs. John D. Smith] and County Nurse to Attend Session. Mrs. John D. Smith of the Beechwood hospital and County TROUT FISHING. President Takes Some Time Off for Favorite Sport. Red Cross Nurse Helen Sullivan, will leave Monday fof McCormicks Creek State Park riear Spencer where they will attend the Red Cross Institute, in session one week at Canyon Inn. • The -program as it has been 1 announced, is a ve^y interesting one with several mejmbers of the national organization on the program for the first day will include public health nursing, home hygiene, and nutritlonj all of which will be of primary interest to the two Tipton ladies. TRIA (By United Press). Washington, May 11. — President Roosevelt, having welcomed Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd home from the south pole, planed today to do a bit of exploring of his own. As the sun topped capltol hill, the white house automobile rolled up to 1600 Pennsylvania avenue to take the president to the trout Infested waters of western Maryland mountain streams. The president expected to be gone two days. CODE IS DEFIED. Auto Dealers in North Part of State Make Announcement. (By TJniteit Press). Warsaw, May 11.—Automobile dealers in Warsaw, Pierceton and Mentone today openly defied the state and national NRA codes for the automobile sales industry. In advertisements, they announced that they no longer will abide by trade-In values fixed by the codes. I Is Very III. (By United Press). Louisville, Ky., May 11.—John N. Willys, pioneer automobile manufacturer, undergoing treatment in a hospital here for a heart ailment was reported in "fair condition" today by attending physicians. He was stricken a week ago while attending the Kentucky Derby. Mrs. Irene Flndling, Mrs. Omer Boyd, Mrs. Sylvester Essig and County Recorder Mrs. Jessie Es- iig were at Terre Haute Saturday attending a meeting of the Democratic Women's Club. frlhune Want Ads Get Results. Held Under Bond. (By United Press). Indianapolis, May 11.—Francis White, 19, was held under $2,000 bond today in connection with the death of his father, Dexter White, 47, from a skull fracture. Police said the youth admitted striking his father during a family quarrel. Awarded. Damagea. Sterling Grocery Open Sunday, 8-10 A. M. 420 Walnut St. Phone 294. DANA The premium West Virginia cool in lamp or egg. Very low- In ash and verjr high la heat (By Unlteil Press). Indianapolis, May 11. — Mrs. Elizabeth Stadler, Shelburn, was awarded $1,250 damages against the Shelburne Mining Company by a federal court jury here late yesterday. » Mrs. Stadler is the widow of Frank Stadler, who was killed by a truck owned -by the mining company at the Starburn mine, Oct. 4, 1933, near Shelburn. FIXED. Perry Vanness Defendant in Paternity Proceeding I Filed Here. Perry Vanness, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vanness, residing In the east part of the county was here Saturday morning and had a preliminary he; laring before Squire R. P. Rice, on a paternity charge preferred bjj Miss Wllina Webb, also of the east part of the county. i The young man was placed under bond for his appearance for trial Saturday May! 25 and was released on bond, j PLAY PLEASED. Senior Class Affair Given Friday Night at Gym. The clever three-bet comedy, "Skidding," given Friday evening by the senior class of the Tipton high school was a huge success In every way, the shov being given before a packed house. i All the characters ceptionally well chosen, and under the splendid direction of Miss Ruth Coble, Englisi instructor, their parts well in hand, giving a most enjoyable evejiing's tainment. Return From had been ex- I (Byj United Press). | Honolulu; May 11;—Forty-five TJ. S. navy planes that started a mass flight over Pacific waters [Thursday rfemained obscured day in the ^ame effective censorship that concealed them from the time of the; takeoff, i Apparently headed for' Midway Island, l/2'OO miles -from Hawaii, the squadron of crack bombers and scouting planes had been unreported for approximately 30 hours early today. -A non-stop flight to Midway could have been made in about 11 hours. Presumr ably secret! orders called for at least one stop en route> ' j The war jtime censorship, which kept progress of the 45 planes with crewsj of 200, officers and men secret,: brought home to Hawaii and the United States th6 full import!of the effectiveness of naval maneuvers in the vast amphitheater of war in the Pacific. Even the navy department at Washington had no information of the progress of the flight. i No apprehension for the safety of the squadron was felt here, but the secrecy: heightened interest in the navy's j greatest air and. surface maneuvers. Generally good flying weather prevailed over the route expected to be followed between Hawaii and Midway. A rain squall Thursday night near Midway passed without severer storms developing. ' i Admiral \ Joseph M. Reeves, commander-in-chief of the U. S. fleet, may have directed that the squadron land in groups along the intermediate islands" between Hawaii and Midway. French frigate shoals, GOO miles off Hawaii, was considered' a likely spot for a landing If the squadron remained intact. It also was regarded as possible that:'the mass flight- was broken up' once the squadron passed far out to sea. In this event smaller groups of air fighters !could iconduct scouting expeditions between Hawaii and ttie Aleutian Islands. This premise might- permit the "defending" fleet to detect the approach of the "attacking* 1 force, expected to make; a-thrust at any time. : The-main force of the fleet tpj- lay was [believed to be well to the westward of Honolulu with the protective screen of - light •cruisers and destroyers deploying over a wide;area. These worships could serve i as bases for the planes, providing food for the fliers and gasoline and oil for the machines. A hint from unoftlciai sources that the air squadron would arrive at Midway today offered the only indication that the two-day secrecy might -be broken. There was a possibility, too, that the planes may have reached Midway without the news becoming known only to the fleet high command. , . The situation prevailing in the theater of war today 1 was reminiscent of world war days. AH naval ship movements were secret and even radio communication was stilled. Delicately attuned ra-. dio directional finders immedi- Two Club Leaders Have Their Re» j ports Published Below. To be selected as. a trip winner club members are required to write a record of their achievement, i Eight outstanding Junior Leaders have been chosen to represent, this county at the State Junior Leaders Training Camp to be| held June 3 ' T! • i 'Here are the records, as they were submitted to the adult council, of Estel Kelley of Prairie township and Mary Kathryn Riebeling of Cicero tonship: ately would locate any ship that attempted! to use its wireless. The whole problem of the maneuvers was predicated upon a surprise attack. DREW PRISON TERM. enter- Ohio. Mrs. O. W. Collins and Mrs. C. M. Pence who were called-to Ohio by the death of an aunt, returned home Friday night funeral services having been; held at Columbus, Friday afternoon, They left Thursday [morning and visited with relatives in Cambridge City Thursday afternoon and night. .The relative who vanced in' years wa was well kd- a sister i of j George Dillon, .father of Mrs. Collins and Mrs. Pence Awarded Judgment. (By United Press) flhe had asked damages: tor $10,000 fried .chicken dinner at Hmuefi ;. finnday, 36c. Indianapolis, May 11.—Mrs. Louis Kirk, Mlddletown, was awarded ! a $10,000 judgment against the New Vork Central and Big Four railroi.ds in Marlon Circuit Court, yesterday. The'de- fendant's husband, James - M. Kirk, was killed wl en his automobile was struck I y a traitt operated by the defendants atj an unguarded crossing SOtti Hospital lay. (By United Irem). Marion, May 11. •— Thousands of world war veterans from throughout, Indiana are expeited here tomorrow for ibserranw of National j Hospital IBJT at M»« 8. JVY near Ander- Sheridnn Man Sentenced One to Ten Years nt Frankfort. Albert Downs, Sheridan man who one week ago stole 'eight cases of eggs from the Fear- Campbell plant at Sheridan and also stole two automobiles in getting away with the loot, received a sentence of one to ten years in prison at Frankfort Friday. '•4-H CLUB My Experience at a 4-H Club Leader: In the spring of 1930 a boys 4-H 'club was organized at Prairie high school. This club consisted of eight to ten members of which I was one. During this time I was a member of the corn club. As I was young, and our club had no adult leader, we were not very successful: but the striving of our club awakened the people of the township to the importance of 4-H club work. By the spring of 1933, the boys and girls of our township saw the good work to be had in 4-H club work. By the spring of 1933, the boys and girls of our township saw the good work to be had in 4-H club work; therefore we launched our "big drive.' r I was elected president of all the clubs and made Junior Leader of the Po- For Home Purcftaaingj! Home Building*, j /; and Home Remodeling > or Improvements.! T '"""* The Upton Loan Association Court Streejt! \ (i J. A. LiEWIS, SecY " and I were chosen to represent^ our club. ; As a club leader I try: to my t mind and body clean 1 eally and mentally. ] I love to work with yOnnger;- s people than I am. This ypar I ami 1 ?';; going to try to coach my clnb;r-'!r- and we will give a play. ThSttlf'; he girls that win the most, he hardest, contribute the most; o the club, and attend ^the-»m6st! '.. meetings I will send them to eluto;';- amp. If I can do this my aim for;';:' he summer will have .bebn partljr'v Downs was sentenced for auto-! tato Club. That year we had near- mobile theft having taken the automobile of Roy Lemaster which was parked in Kirklin and carried the eggs from Sheridan to a point Inear Frankfort where they were secreted. When arrested Downs had the money for J72. dozens of the eggs he had peddled in Frankfort. Killed Instantly. (By United Press). South Bend, May 11. — Mrs. C. A. Townsendi 48, was killed instantly last night when struck by an automobile on a highway near Osceola, nine miles east of here. ; Paul Maupin, 18, driver of the automobile, was held for questioning after a preliminary examination by ;Coroner A. L. Knapp. Murder Trial. (By United Press). Indianapolis, May 11.—Trial of Frank C. Gardner, charged with the slaying of Thomas Sargeant, former Muncie man, will be opened; in Marion criminal court May "20, i Judge Frank P. Baker announced today. . Gardner is charged with inflicting fatal injuries upon Sargeant during an argument in Gardner's restaurant. Twins—But Fair From Identical ly 40 boys who finished a total of our fifty projects, Mr. Pennington our adult leader, my fellow Junior leaders, and I. were so successful with our clubs in this year that we took nearly three-fourths of boys County 4-H show, besides several state fair prizes. In addition to this 80 percent of the projects of our club were completed. I began my work for the year of 1934 early. I was again Junior Leader of the potato blub and helped with the pig and lamb clubs. I saw "that my members were all started in their projects right, by explaining and showing my potato club members the correct way of ^carrying on a successful project! I helped the pig and lamb club members to secure their" stock and helped prepare and train their stock for the shows.- My lamb and pig club associates won prizes at both the county and state fairs. My own winnings at the State Fair consisted of a first on lambs, two fourths and one-eighth on hogs. ' This spring I have been placed in charge of a new club, the combined beef and dairy calf clubs. I am .sure it will ,be a success as we have secured several calves that I feel sure will place high at the Indiana State'Fair. As I. have been closely associated with the County Show for the last few years, I am very interested in having a large calf club show. I am endeavoring this:year to lead my club members to a very successful club year. In-my five years of club work I have completed 14 projects. The experience I have gained in this work I feel is worth a fortune to me. • ESTEL W. Kelley. My 4-H Club Work: As a club member I found the work very fascinating, and as a leader more so. I have been a club member for three years. I wo . ot~~ these years I was in Hamilton county, arid for some . reason or; . other Hip .work was not as interesting there. My -third year I took fifth year work, and this I only won a f ribbon, in my first year work I Von first prize, arid in'i second- year I took second place. This year I am Intending to take Health.. I want to be a nurse, and too I feel we should try. harder'to keep our minds and bodies clean. I had dropped club work, he- cause I had to go soifar tb|be In a club,- and my mother could aot drive-! I, started In Tiptop high school, and through Miss Blount I jbecame a Junior Leader. We together started the "I»Ja-CIa" club, of which. I am! veryj proud. We received a charter fop : having a. standard i club. jj j.. • }lri imy, previous jjears of. club work ;I took clothing, I think for myself in club work I made eight pri nine pieces. - JBince t have been a Junior leader 1 ,. I j don't think I have, massed two meetings, It thai .many. Wall paper at 8c double roll at Rexall Drug: Store. i C-tf accomplished. I have never,o camp and I along with thepi '" would try to go. .-.-•/ The end. of my story will be ' short and yet means a; lot. ~I: : wish they all knew what! it means o have clean "hearts, heads, hands, and health." I will Per-'-, r sonally do my best to live up to' our mottox"Make the Best Be,t-. .er." I think so muih of this .1 say it and even have ' others ..-:. around me saying it. , , AIARY KATHRYN RIEBELING. Penny Supper. . Lutheran school, Wednesday, 5 o 7 p. m. c-191 Seizure by federal 1,200 letters of the "settd »1 lar" type, designed to !yiel authors a harvest;of; resulted in the arrest, Harris, mining promote)^to M. Barnholt, oil dent, below, and Edwari| packing , company Denver, Bee Our 8EBB8UGKKR ' " SUITS;)

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