The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 13, 1935 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, May 13, 1935
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4 if EVERYDAY PRICES $1.25 Indo-VIn 98c Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — Phone 40. West Side Square Li nd, vice-president; Mrs. Charles iley, secretary and Mrs. Mark R iiigherty, treasurer. The country president, Mrs. L. VanHorn made an exceptionally leresting talk on "Mothers." ?adings on physical health were ven by Miss Mary Fellow, Mrs. jme Glass. Mrs. Albert Social Events | Clirislinn Church Aid. The Ladies Aid society of tho West Street Christian church will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Roy Purvis at her home. 302 Columbia Avenue. All members are ursrd to be present. Tuesday Afternoon Clnb. I The Tuesday Afternoon club will meet with Mrs. Oris Jackson uislierty and Mrs. Charles Bail- A social hour was enjoyed at e close of the meeting. The mo meeting will be held at the mntry home of Mrs. Rome Glass. 2:00 it Tuesday afternoon at o'clock at her homo, North', i r: lion with the contempt of West street. .All members are urpted to ho present. H. C. Tolle, Mrs. Land. liark Daughters of America. Council No. 39. Daughters of .America, will meet Tuesday even- at V:.TO o'clock in their hall. V very oflicer and member is es- p|>cially urged to be present. m:\Ti\nTox CASK. Special .ludije Postpones Further Hearing cm Contempt Chars-"*. (By Unltoil Press). Huntington. May 13.—Special .idsi- David Smith, Fort Wayn=>. :>slponed until tomorrow the en- •rins of a further decree in con- Funernl of Pioneer Resident Held Monday Afternoon. Funeral services for Mrs. Arsula Smitson, pioneer resident of Tipton were held at the Ogle & Little funeral home Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock and the house was filled wltn relatives and friends. During the time the body lay in state at the funeral home many old friends called and there were many beautiful floral offerings sent and brought to the honje.^ Monday morning Mr. and Mrs. Everett Linderman . and Robert Perrin of Benton Harbor, Mich., arrived for the services, Mr. Linderman being a nephew. A son Charles Smitson, from California arrived Friday • evening before Mrs. Smitson's death Saturday morning. Rev. H. R. Pearcy conducted the services and burial was in the Greenlawn section of Fairview cemetery, beside the husband whose death occurred many years ago. \v. r. T. r. .MCI Mrs. Fred Fellow was hostess to the May meeting of the Wild- rat township W. C. T. I", organization .-.t her home near Windfall Friday afternoon. The meeting j was in charge of the president.) Mrs. Leota Tolle. During the bus-1 iness session, the election of ofii-i errs took place, and resulted asj follows; Mrs. .Leota Tolle, ff-' elected president; Mrs. Albert '(oiirt charges against five custo- •rs of the Huntington municipal cjli'ctrii- light plant. Judge Smith last week ordered I lie customers to disconnect from I Me. city wires after finding them [inilty of violating a restraining i rder obtained by the Northern Indiana Power Company against A Surprise Drive. Annual Event j for Mothers Was Given Sunday Morning. The annual Tri-Kappa [Mother's Day breakfast was served JSu»- day morning at 8:00 o'clock at the First Presbyterian church, with approximately seventy members and guests present] for the occasion. Centerpieces 1 for the atractively decorated tables were bouquets of lilacs on mirrors. Mints in black and white, the sorority colors,''were served in mint cups, and Permanent Waving SLAUTER'S HAT AND BEAUTY' SHOPPE 'Vitloiv of Pilsiidski Has Henri Att.-ick and Condition Serious. Blue Jacket —is the OLD FAITHFUL KENTUCKY coal always to be had at Edna Burkhart Co. Registered Dealer. Phone US |ve employes of the city plant. When attorneys for the power ompany questioned today wheth- r the ?2r> appeal bonds would uiitle them to continue using iinvnt from the city plant, Judge mith continued the matter. A HEART ATTACK. Warsaw, Poland, May 13. — 'oland, in deep mourning o\er i In; death of its national hero, .[nrshal Josef Pilsiidski, was •irthi'r shocked today when his :rief-striekcn widow was seized nth a heart attack. Physicians eared her condition was serious. T:ie nation was bowed in rrief. •larkets and the universities were •loscd. Factories shut down at iOor.. Pilsudski's body will lie in ;tate at Belvedere palace tomor- •ow and the people will file by to i j .ay him tribute. London, May 13.—King Georga and Queen .Mary took their little granddaughter. Princess Eliza beth, on a surprise drive througl the crowded east end at 3 p. m. yesterday and were nearly swamped by a throng of enthusiastic, cheering thousands. • »» Studebnker Salaries. Washington, May 13. — The Studebaker Corp., of South Bend. Ind., according to a report submitted today to the securities and exchange commission, pays its president, Paul G. Hoffman, and its board director, Harold S. Vance, $50,000 a year each. Miss Beatrice Oliva returned to her home In Chicago after spending the past two weeks in Tipton the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lane of North Conde street. place cards were in the form of nosegays in spring colors. At the speakers' table was a miniature May pole decorated in orchid and green. The mothers and guests were given lovely white linen handkerchiefs as favors, and a number of the mothers wore corsage bouquets, gifts from rheir daughters. The program for the morning opened with ,a harp solo by Mrs. H. V. Morris, i after which Mrs. Frank Russell sang a j solo, tribute to the jmothers. j Mrs. Clyde iWebb, president of Tri-Kappa, was the toasimistress, and introduced Mrs. Wl A. Hill who spoke for the mothers. Mrs John Ward gave' a talk for Tri- Kappa mothers, mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law. | The delightful program closed with a violin solo by Martha Colins, accompanied by Mrs. Morris at the harp, and a clever reading by Betty Compton. j Guests present for the breakfast besides the Tri-Kappa mothers were Mrs. : John Bat-rum and daughter, Mary Ellen, Florenca Louise Rosenthal, and Judith Bridge. " j' After breakfast, the ladies ad- An Official of the American Automobile Association claims that if present increases in traffic accidents continue one of every three children born in this country is destined to be killed or seriously injured in traffic. Last Time Toi AuGeorge White's d J Scandals of ? 35 WHERE THE BIG' PICTURES [WORLD'S GREAT Theatre Big Days! EST PICTURES Young Ladies Sodality Gave Pro- I gram Sunday Afternoon. i ' ~T~' • The Young Ladies Sodality of St. John's Catholic church entertained the raojthers of the parish on Sunday afternoon alia very interesting an!d entertaining program in -St. John's hall. I •Miss Mary lAltherr, president of the sodality gave an i address of welcome t<j the mothers and Mrs. Phil Sch'mith, president of the Rosary society responded in behalf of the j mothers. The hall presented a ;pleasing picture with |its artistic i decorations and cut iflowers. Bridge and euchre were the firs/ features of the afternoonl Winners ' of high score in bridge were Mrs. I. G. Tragesser, Mrs. T. P. Burke and Mrs. Cyril Mattingly. Winners Sn euchre were .Mrs. Alvln> Tebbe, Mrs. Harry Ripberger ind .Mrs. Herman Koorp. As each ;lady entered they were given a number and at the close of the program a door prize was awarded, Mrs. Ray Quellhorst being the winner. After the card game the young ladies stagedi a radio ; program which was full of wit and humor. Those taking jpart in the : program were the Altherr sisters, Tebbe sisters, Dorothy Bear, Hilda Schmitt, Sue i Robinson, .Martha Jane Mattingly and Mrs. Conrad Russell. Accompanists on the piano were Joan Hughes, ~~3Ir3. Cyril Mattingly and George Johnson. The program was very clever and much appreciated by the audience. : At the close of the program refreshments; were served and each mother was presented with a favor of pink sweet peas tied with blue and white ribbon. tors contain some of the moat Interesting developments the refrigeration; Industry has ever seen," Mr. Mendenhall declared, "and everyone should inspect them. If for no other reason than to acquaint themselves with the great progress which has ..been made in making the modern electric refrigerator one of the moat important pieces of home equipment." ! Beauty of design, efficiency of operation and economy are fundamental In every Leonard model, he declared, and the wealth of convenience and time saying features make these refrigerators unusually appealing to the average housewife. • '.' Sunday Guests. Mrs. Sam Ralston of near In- "dianapolis. widow of the late Senator Ralston, and her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs Stewart LaRue and daughter Jean of Indianapolis, and Mrs. Mary Sumner and two children, also of Indianapolis, were ths Sunday guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Richman and family on South Independence street. . Mrs. Bum- ne'r is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .Richman. Son of Former Senator Robinson Will Talk Tuesday evening. Arthur Robinson, Jr., son of ex-Senator Arthur Robinson of Indianapolis will be the speaker at a meeting to be held Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Goldsmith school building. Music for the evening will he furnished by the Tetersburg string band and an interesting and enjoyable evening is in store for all attending. The: public is cordially Invited to be present to hear Mr. v Robinson. The meeting is being sponsored by the Tipton County Farmers' Union. Mr. Robinson will speak on the Frazier-Lemke farm relief bill and, his address will be one of interest to all farmers and all interested in. the welfare of the farmers/ Here Mother's Day. Mrs. Estelle Wolmer and Leo Lebo, children of Mr. and .Mrs. J. A. Lebo of North West street, were- here Sunday and spent Mother's Day with their parents. They were accompanied by their aunt Mrs. Pearl Gox, formerly Miss Pear Montgomery of Tipton and a sister of Mrs. Lebo. journed to the Kemp Methodist church where they attended the Mother's Day services in a body. Sold on Sunday. Fort Wayne, May 13. — Otto Pressler, proprietor of a beer tavern, is being held here today on a charge of illegal sale of liquor on Sunday. He is alleged toj have sold a half-gallon bottle of! beer and a quart of whisky to two men yesterday afternoon. Donkey baseball 8 p. m., Tuesday and Wednesday nights. City'Park.i c-191 THE XEW LEONARDS. Loral Agency Now Displaying the • Now .Refrigerators. Electric refrigerator purchasers, who believe in taking just as much pains in selecting, the right product as they would if they were buying an automobile, are Inspecting the new 1935 Leonard models now on display in the showroom of the H. J. Schrader & Co., at 224 East Jefferson street, according to Paul H. Mendenhall of the company. ; ! "These .new Leonard^refrigera4 Fatally Injured. Scottsburg, May 13. — Mrs. Alverta Koontze of Cincinnati, O.. was injured fatally yesterday and four other persons were hurt when two automobiles collided at an intersection In Scottsburg. Miss Edwards Honored. Loan Money For Home Purchasing, Home Building,' and Home Remodeling or Improvements. The Tipton Building and Loan Association Court Street J. A. LEWIS, Sec'y. FIFTH DISTRICT MEET. Mr. and Mrs. Mort . Burt of Lima, O., were here Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Airs. Lybe Osborne, Mrs. Osborne being the mother of Mr. Burt. Mrs. Burt remained over night and Monday went to Saybrook, 111., to visit her parents her father being quite ill and in a hospital i-t Bloomington. 111. Mr.;and Mrs. S. S. Edwards of Windfall, are pleased to learn that their daughter. Catherine Mai- garet •• 'was elected to Mortar Board; honorary sorority for senior women, highest,honor that can come to a woman at Indiana 'university. Nine girls were selected this year. The selection is based on scholarship, character, leadership, service and personality. The initiation was Sunday morning. Miss Edwards has been further honored by being elected vice- president of Alpha Omicron Pi. She has also been elected secretary .to Theta Sigma Phi. Had Large Attendance. The euchre party given by the Rosary Society of the St. John's church, at St. John's Hall Sunday evening was largely attended and the evening was an enjoyable one. Announcement was made that another one would be given Sunday night, May 26, to which the public is invited. High score winners Sunday night were Miss Loretta Koors, first a"nd Mrs. John Conroy second. Gentlemen prizes were won by Fred Riley, first aad-Joe Koors, second. Mr. Koors was also-awarded the door prize. Local Legion Post Sending Large Delegation to Kokomo May 23. Charles^ Sturdevant Post. No. 46, American Legion is arranging to send a large delegation to' the Fifth District meeting to be held in Kokomo Thursday evening May 23. This meeting was. first announced for Sunday May 19 but it was necessary to make a change and Legionnaires are asked to take notice. Tipton Post will take its newly organized drum and bugle corps and the usual program will be carried out according to Commander Ernest M. Hunt of the- Kokomo post. Dinner will be served at 6:30 and the business meeting of the Legion and Auxiliary will immediately follow. Penny Supper. Lutheran school, Wednesday, 5 to 7 P- m. c-191 Wall paper at 8c double roll at Kexall Drug Store. c-tf See Our New EYELET an* SEERSUCKER DRESSES For Saturday SUITS REDUCED DELMAR GOLFl HELEN HICKS Former U.S. Wonnn'i Golf Champion THEY GET >*•< BASEBALL RIP COLLINS 35 Horn* Runt for th« St. louii Cordi HAROLD ("DUTCH") SMITH. Olympic Diving Champion, who has smoked Camels foe nine years—even before he 1 took .up diving. He says: .] "I'd walk a mile for a Camel." -• Among his team-mates on I the Olympic squad who are ,: also Camel fans: Leo Sexton, Helena Madison Jim Bausch, ' Josephine McKim, Bill Miller, and Georgia Coleman; Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday HE MADigtHITOWN'S 4OO OOLF DENNY SHUTE 1933 British Op*n Champion '> FEEL LIKI THIRTY CENTS! ['HARRY (EON WILSON'S FUN EPIC | !>• H — - . j- ~< .•]• , •; *~^-~ s .?— ' A Par4»ou*t Pieiurt with MIS. LAUGHTON '' SQUASH ROWLAND DUFTON Squtnh T.nnii Star DIVING HAROLD ("DUTCH]', Sum Olympic Fancy- DMno Champion tODEO |: .. DKK SHEITON , WorldX Read below what leading sport* champions say about.Camels With the preference of star athletes overwhelmingly (for one cigardtte, that cigarette bos to be exceptionally Wild! Its pame is—Camel. Here's what an Olympic champion tUver, Harold ("Dutch") Smith; says about Camels: "live found !a great deal of pleasure in Camels, they never interfere with my wind." Rip Collins, of 'the St. Loiiis Cardinals, says: "Here's the best proof I know that Camels are mild: I can smoke them steadily, jand they never get my wind." - j Rowland Duftonj of the New York A. C, says: |"Camels never upset my nerves or get my wind. That's jwhat I call real mildness!" Dick Sljelton, world-champion steer dogger, and these twoi brilliant fcampaigners in the golfing wars, JDenny Shite and Helen Hicks, have come to the same [conclusion— "Camels do not get my wind." : How this mildness is important i ', ' \ to you too! jCamel smokers can Ismoke more-and enjoy smoking more. You get more satisfaction, knowing that sports champions have found Camels so mild that they never • - ; - nerves or get their wind. TOUft' OWN PHTMWW MHUIIIIWI* juur W«BW«.J«™»,>-~»,— the good haOtk of fob* tjttwi-I* impomnc <o.yoa too. So remember thii: Cwnet* »re m mild you am took* til you want. Athletes tay CuneU never get their wind or nerve*. COSTLIER TOBACCOS t C^dtreri^e from finer, i^ifcswwfgsa^ —TuridA «nd Domettk-r^^ •M od*r

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