The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 14, 1935 · Page 3
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EVERYWY PRICES $1.25 Indo-Vin 98c Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — Phone 46. West Side Square church wEich was to have been held Wednesday afternoon hafi been postponed until Thursday afternoon when it will be held at the home of Mrs. Ruth Legg. All members are requested to take note of the change and be pipsent. Social Events Entertained at Ten. The members of the Junior Musicale of the high school entertained their mothers at a prettily appointed tea Sunday afternoon at the home of Judith Bridge on Green street. The welcome was given by the president, Judith Bridge, with the response by Mrs. R. S. Martin in behalf of the mothers. The program for the afternoon consisted of the following num- lightfull.v entertained Monday bers: Vocal solo, "Mother's Day," evening at the home of Mrs.! Julia Ann , Harting, accompanied Elizabeth Ehman on West Jef-jat the piano by Edith Mae Ogle; .fersoh street, with all but two of j "Dance Orientale," girls string the members present for the oc- ] ensemble, Judith Bridge. Margar- casion. .. j et Myt-rly, Mary Compton, JoAnn During the short business ses-1 Martin. Julia Harting and Doris (sion. plans were discussed for a] Allison; violin solo, "Berseuse," '*uuigo party to be held Saturday j Judith' Bridge, . accompanied at Minnehalia Club. The Minneliaha club was de- entertained Monday "BOODLES" NOT GUH/TX. _ Young English Lord Did Not Propose Marriage Jury decides. (By United Prera). London. May 14.—Young Lord Revelstoke, affectionately known as "Boodles," won a victory today in 1 the breach-ol-promlse suit brought against him by Miss Angela Joyce, movie actress. " The jury returned a verdict in favor ofXLord Revelstoke, 'upholding h)s claim that he did not propose njarriage to Miss Joyce. The court returned judgment with costs against Miss Joyce. The defense, conducted by the famous solicitor, Norman Birkett, contended the love-making between Lord Revelstoke and Miss Joyce occurred while the peer was a minor, studying at Cambridge levelling in the Red Men hall from 8:00 till 10:00 o'clock. The remainder of the evening the piano by Lois Slone; song, "Night Song," entire group of Musicale members, accompanied INI FOR WAR University. The plaintiff that he more. was in charge of the hostesses, | by Edith Ogle, and lotto w<is enjoyed, with high j Each girl then escorted her score prizes won by Mrs. Mar-j mother to the tea table and pre- garet Cooper and Mrs. Vesta Lari- sentod her with a lovely corsagp nf flowers. Miss Slone presided at tlio U-a table which was attractively decorated in colors of blue and yellow and lighted with tall blue tapers. The girls in their pastel colored spring dresses, gathered with their mothers about the charming tea table A delicious lunch was served at tbe close of the evening and aH departed at a late hour after a most enjoyable time. Missionary Meeting. The Women's Foreign Missionary society of the Kemp made a lovely sight. At the close of the afternoon .Methodist church will meet Wed-i the Kroup adjourned to the lawn nesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock «'lierc several group pictures were with Mrs. Willard Goar at her taken and all enjoyed .a delight home, 215 South Conde street. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. fill time until a late hour. This is one of the last of the Musicale's R D Oirard and Mrs. Claude Lit-j sotial functions during this tic. All members of the sociey and j sch ° o1 >' ear - and a11 the ^irls ladies of the church are cordially j «B«ed the tea was one of the invited to attend as a good pro- i »'° st delightful affairs they had gram on peace and international | sponsored relations has been prepared. Hobbs Lndios Aid. The meeting of the Ladies Aid society or the Hobbs Methodist Hobbs 4-H Club. Permanent Waving SLAUTER'S HAT AND BEAUTY SHOPPE Blue Jacket —is the OLD FAITHFUL KENTUCKY coal always to be had at Edna Burkhart Co. Registered Dealer. Phone 55 THEATRE Today Till Thursday KMtTHTlOVIOF HQWLINO SIMI>ATION •IOTOUI ourrAwt i The Hobbs Jolly Worders 4-H club held their first regular-meet- I ing of the year Monday afternoon with a good attendance of mem- j bers- and. the vocational leader, j Dorothy Tolle, and her assistant, '•• Florence Ressler, present for the I afternoon. | During the business session the i following officers were elected: I President, Miss Nina Zittinger; I vice-president, Loretta Hobbs; secretary - treasurer, Maxine Hinds; news reported, Eileen Legg; song leader, Beverly Black; and yell leader, Iva Nightenhel- ser. Plans were'made for the officers to attend the training school to be held at Tipton Wednesday evening. The next meeting will be Friday afternoon. May 24, at the home of Nina Zittinger. Ladies Aid Notice. All members of the Ladies Aid society of the Kemp Methodist church are requested to meet In the church basement Wednesday evening at 7:00 o'clock to visit the Leatherman funeral home In a body. Present Day Club. The Present Day club will be entertained Thursday afternoon at the home of .Mrs. Jesse Ray in Elwood. All members are urged to arrange to attend, and to leave Tipton at 2:00 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Women of the Moose. The Women of the dfoose will meet Wednesday evening at 8:00 o'clock in the Moose hall. A full attendance of members is desired for both the business session and the social hour which will follow. Royal Neighbor Club. Mrs. Harvey Wilson will entertain the Royal Neighbor Club at her home. S22 Kentucky Ave., Wednesday evening and all mem< bers are urged to be present Neighborhood Club. The Neighborhood Club west of Tipton will be entertained Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Basel iPlummer of neat Atlanta. charge of the had proposed marriage after he left college and attained his majority was vigorously denied. Fervent love letters from Lord Revelstoke-. to the actress were read In court. Lord Revelstoke, now 24, is the fourth baron of the famous Baring banking family. He was married last year to Flora Fennar-Hesketh, daughter of Sir Thomas Fennar-Hesketh of Ireland. Lady Revelstoke was among the many figures prominent in London' society who attended the hearings. States' entire cific" into a AN AIR TRAIN. World's First International Flight Starts From Florida. Miami, Fla., May 14. — The world's first international flight of an air train began here today. An airplane swept two gliders aloft at 9:20 a. m., B. S. T., and started on overwater flight to Havana, Cuba, 250 miles away. Over the Island city of Key West, the plane will cut the glld- ; ers adrift and all units will land there before beginning the 90 mile -water flight between the United States and Cuba. Ellwood Geim of Miami, was at the controls of the locomotive plane. Manning the trailing units were Jack O'Meara, who attempted sky train flights in the east, and E. Paul DuPont, cousin of Richard DuPont, holder of national glider honors. The hop to Cuba and return is for the purpose of demonstrating feasibllit yo'f operating a regular sky train service between the United States and the Island, carrying freight and. .express. FLOOD .WARNINGS. Rivers in South.Part of the State Rising Rapidly. Indianapolis, May -14..-r- Warning of new flood dangers as a result of heavy rains during the last 24 hours was issued today by the U. S. weather bureau here. J. H. Armington, bureau meteorologist, said it was impossible to estimate the ultimate peak since rain still was falling when reading were made today, but he anticipated the most serious conditions yet this' spring.. Additional rainfall over the entire state tonight and probably, more In tEe extreme south tomor-r row was forecast. Both the Wabash and White rivers, already over flood stage at many points, were raised by the rainfall last night. ORGAN RECITAL. To Be Given Wednesday Evening At Presbyterian Church. 'Prof. Charles F. Hansen, blind musician of Indianapolis will be in Tipton Wednesday evening and will give an organ recital at the First Presbyterian church. The program is being sponsored by the ladies of the church and the proceeds will be used to pay oft the debt on the church organ, the ladies having assumed this obligation. This is not the first appearance of Prof. 'Hanson in Tipton, and he has -become quite popular with the residents of this city. He will be assisted by Miss Martha Collins, Miss BlUabeth Compton and Her. Reuben Tuniner, with Mrs. C. B. fitomen as accompanist Coattame* to Improve. Betty Lee Lacf continues to improre at th»;$Metorood l»o«r .triad * of the nation's In connection most compre maneuvers -\ land at host to nearly tended to Although navy tlnued sti dlcated c in and out of the made channel Unconfirmed tleships . anchored had been same mai report, if Mrs. Fred ternoon was The Tipton county ' T*"i lisif r •|iKf,MM|. ' HP" is^ ''''ivi'Airi'fl ir rAlilrlli IL -i nun in ' Shelters 20 P«r e U, S. Armed rength. R PROBLEM lilted Press). \ H., May 14. — ent of thle United armed strength, led at tie tiny la- today, transforming "Peary of the Pa- wartime Jlbraltar. i and aro ind the is- lare Miles of scenic 5 nearly 60,000 sol- lors, more than 80 of the Ur ited States rmidable battery of navy's air strength. ps were sheltered in successfully demon- arge scale efficiency 's Pacific Gibraltar with the navy's sensive peacetime vhich will occu Dtil later in June. mated more than men were at the is- ent, supplementing Idlers regularly sta army posts here. lower will _ be in ly at the conclusion war games when tU arrying 55,000 men [arbor naval base. e, the island will b y one-third of th y's entire' personnel eved the fleet's op id' out of Peart Har nded to demonstrat j of costly improve- naval base in recen provements were in able the harbor t :ene of major opera t notice i i the even Pacific. iavy sources con st secrecy, it was in als were highl the ease [with whlc s of the fleet sllppe ' the narrow man 1 of the harbor, d . report! ; said bal ored in the harbo bed 'together in th as 'destroyers. Th :e l , .woultt constitut such anchorage eve empted with battle- belleverj ICT MEETING. Leader Section Wil st in Tipton. Bergmai i of near n county social and aderi for the Farm announce 1 that the of the C( unty lead Id in Tiptin in July •an repreiented Tip t a luncl.eon given arlon by :he district Raymond McNeal o y- Much »f the aft- spent in discussini alected b) the coun- the *comj ng year, i ~*fi •• - • •tl *A*tan, $^$4ityiii -.STBDI ^ 9 1 NTS AX I. !u. i Tipton County Has Nineteen Registered (This Semester. [ i i i Bloomlngton, May 14.; — Enrollment records! at Indiana university for this semester show that 9 students ape from Tipton coun- y. A total of 4,709 students, which .represents an increase of 7 per cent over the second. semester enrol Iment of last year, are taking wirk in the Blooming- oil and Indianapolis divisions of he university; Thirty-eight hundred jand thir- y-six of the entire student body are registered for work at Bloom- ngton, while the remaining; eight hundred andj seventy-three' are enrolled In the dental; medical. nursing and social seryice units ocated in Indianapolis. Of the 4,709 students! registered at the university this semester, 2,947 are men and; 1,762 are women. the records show. Students attending Indiana university this semester are assisting the stat4 university to -celebrate during May its one hundred and fifteenth birthday. I. U. alumni throughout the United States and foreign countries are holding Foundation Day celebrations this month in honor of the birthday of their alma mater. i The following Tipton county students are; registered at Indiana university this semester: Atlanta: Milton Ferguson. Kemp ton: i Lafayette Beaver, Meredith Gossard, Frederic Spencer (medical! school, Indianapolis). 1 i isfiarpsville: Dorothy Shoup (nurses' training school, Indiana- polls), Homer B. Shoup Jr. (medical school, Indianapolis). Tipton: Helen Brady, Daisy Brewer, Fred Haskett, Wayne Hunt, Meredfth Lankford, Mar- jorle May, Helen Nance, Allen Purvis, Gerald Todd (FERA social service) Windfall: •i ! Robert Currfe (school of medicine, Jndianapo- lis), Catherine Edwards, Harold Erlcson (medical school, Indiana- polls), Eu (FERA soci g e n 1 a Nunemaker a'l service). 1 CHURCH CONVENTION. Disciples Holding Big Meeting In Marion. , Marion, May 14. — A plea for Christian unity to fight the world's evils pas voiced last night in! the president's address at the ninety-sixth Ihdiana convention of the Church of Christ (Disciples), which opened! here yesterday. The address of Dr. Frederick D.; Kershner 'of Indianapolis, the president, was preceded by welcoming speeches on behalf of the city, all its cliurches and the host church, of which the Rev. H. R. Ford is pastor. j Earlier in the day the Indiana Christian Ministerial Association met, preliminary to the formal opening of the convention. Dr. Kershner devoted much of his address to| an appeal to the religious forces of the world to i i unite in emphasizing the great moral foundations without which civilization can not survive. < ; LIGHTNtNG DAMAGE. Three Transformers In City Dam-. | aged by • Lightning Monday Storm. 1 I which accompanied a heavy rain early Monday morn- Ing did considerable damage in Tipton ito electrical equipment, y the city hav i Ing three transform- . '! •"\-- " "- i .. 4-H CLUB REPORTS. two More Reports Prom Leaders Are -Published. The commendable 4-H' club reports of Edna Horton of Cicero township and William Nash, ol Jefferson, are submitted here. The outstanding junior leaders were chosen' with six others to represent. Tipton county at the junior leadership training camp. Below are their records of achievement: During the four years that I have been a member of the. 4-H club, I have .completed the following projects: Clothing I and three years of Clothing V; Canning I; Baking III and IV; Food Preparation II and III, and two years of junior leadership. In Clothing I, I made the three required articles and in Clothing V made five complete costumes, one smock, and a notebook on "Identification of 100 Fabrics." This sewing experience in club 'work has proven very valuable to me, tor I have made nearly all my clothes for the last four years. I have only planned the manus for six suppers which were required in Food Preparation III. I was not required .to prepare the complete meals in that year, but I have prepared at least one-halJ the family meals during the past year. In canning I canned the required twenty quarts of food and approximately fifteen extra. I have baked a total of 36 bakings in club work' and at the present time I have completed Baking V for this year which consists of doing the family baking for a month or 32 bakings. As I have always liked to bake I have done at least one-half the family baking during the last two years. As a member of the 4-H club I have attended all the meetings of the local club;and most' of the county meetings. This has enabled me to do better club work' than I otherwise would have .been able to do. I have served as president of the local club two years as reporter one year, as a member of the program committee one year. and I am now vice-president of the junior council. I have participated in two county initiations and a county picnic program. Of course, all club members should give demonstrations at least at local meetings. 'This I have done each year and was selected as a member of a [team entered in a county contest that placed second. Being more interested in judging, I have tak- ,en part in two county contests. Although I placed first both times I was unable to enter the district contest but once, because I was also the county champion In the dress revue contest. I have been in four local and four county dress revues In which I won first place qach year of clothing of which I was a member, was county champion twice and in one state dress revue contest in which I won a third place ribbon.' i As a 4-H club exhibitor I have had 24 county and three state exhibits. During the four years of club work I have won the following placings: : County Exhibit. L9S1 Cloth! 1932 1 Bakln ia32! 'Food 1933: Cloth 1934 ClothS 1934 i CannI 19341 Bakiu 193* Food 1934 Junto f State 1 004 ! Plnfh .1 3 O-* : ArflUUl 1934 .Dress While a 1unic p&st Xwo L y6&rs enthusiastic at work; that I -at junior leader a As an indivi j have been ii elgl^t years an ship work two. £ was in the po It verv Interes years I was IE tato clubs. La acre of potato am Intending tlon I have att cent 'of the me eral talks at 1 ure class and given several the Farmers' lave parttcipa of vocational school an'd ei each year. I .have bee judging team a trip from tt ternational 1 show aUCWta I gave -a, talk achfWement j ville. As, an exhi projects i hav and county pi shown in tbe show. In my grow "show c that is hard tlon and feed I am an in the 4-H club SPLEND . j. o. r. A. » '.Mond The Junior American Me evening in th< tertained the C. Thatcher State Treasur mo. The attend factory and interest were nonnced ' that meeting woul mo on' May 2! Leavii Mrs. John letter Tuesdaj Mrs. Ralph R ing that their has been in a past nine wee and • would be nesday. The tack of pneum was in a cri Wall pap roll at iRexi 0.*|fr««~^i*r^»'"'IA''* .^w*^wy\ I •!••» a^aL m^dSM < ' Mf^L-mJ- ^^ MsH^fc AJmflT Jm*^94 ; ^^^^^^^^^^^^^r ^^' • . • ; - ? . •-. , : • • -. . = . • , . • • ; : -,---.-• H THISW] 11 • ' ..'•••' j . • v V I rv op. Lead chibl ; V 3.18. 12 j.».l» - i 1,! 2 M . ! 1 - , ! 1 1, 2 I have become so about the 4-H club EDNA HORTON. the 4-H club for The next fiVe was in both corn and po- Last year I had a half member of an organiza- The agricul- demonstrations at Institute in which I carried two projects on the state fai .wo years. I won live stock judging r in my potato have won several loca gs, but have no te or nationa In my corn work I do no member iu WILLIAM NASH. MEETING. of Unite Conroy received a have chosen the Gertrt de Modlin memorial loan fund fo inbllc speaking contest) for rural youth, and the publidty scrap, books. . ' It was also announced that the alumni picnic will be I eld at the Marlon <park June 27, at which time all past social and educational leaders will be Plans were made foi choir made of up six persons from each • county. ' The. cho rs -will be united and will furnish entertainment at the state. Fan o Bureau convention to be 'held 11 Indianapolis next fall. Derides British B idget. Washington, May 11.—B«pre- sentative Blaniqn • Democrat, Texas) thinks QreafBr tain's bal"infamous anced budget Is an HO."- : :- I, "That budget. Isn't he told the " alo o««t.ni.«> i taken home Wedad suffered an at nia and for a time leal condition. directors students, H i i out of commissions. Some -portions of the! city were ou of light until linemen' made teiiporary connections' Monday •evuning, the current not being missed until they began turning on I lights for the night. \ guests. ! a district Were at Marion. 'Re,v. H. R. Pearcy, John Surratt.'John Nash,-.Frank Russell and Ebert Allison' were at Marlon evening where, they at- Monday tended a dinner held In connection with state convention of the Dieclples of Christ. i "hey remained for trie evening melting, hearing some I very fine addresses. j , -; . j Elks Members of the Elks o'c evenlng rrbmptly - at Banquet. rill enfyjr the'r Miysbanqnat Thurs- at 6:80 |Ho|me. The and a c-tf Loan Money For Home Purchasing, Home Building, and Home Remodeling.. or Improvements. The Tipton Building and Loan Association Court Street J. A. LEWIS, Secty. Mrs. INJURED IN iFALL. Ed Malicoat Is In Clinton County Hospital.; Tipton friends have received word of the serious illness;of Mrs. Ed Malicoat of Frankfort, former, resident of this city, who suffered severe injuries from a fall Sunday morning. She was working about her home,- when 1 she stepped backward and fell Into the basement, a door opening out of the floor, having been .left open. 'She fell over the side of the steps, clearing them, and landing on the 'cement floor below. .. She was taken 1 at once to the Clinton county hospital In Frankfort, and the preliminary examination revealed no broken bones, although several ribs wer& cracked and pulled loose. Her lungs were affected and it Is feared she may develop pneumonia. Reports from the hospital stated her left lung is still in a very bad condition but the right ' one is clearing slightly. Her spine was also injured an'd the attending physician, stated that she will probably have to be placed in a cast as soon i as the danger of pneumonia has passed. Mrs. W. R. Russell of this city, a daughter of the sick woman, was at home for a short time Monday but is spending much of her time at her mother's bedside. Penny Supper. Lutheran school, Wednesday, 5 to 7 p. m. c-191 Tribune Want-'-Ads Get Results.' This Weefe—Closing Out, All Jtead;Mo-Wear DPI MAR BEAUTY UCLfflHn SALON Honey Krnst; Sliced Twin and; UnsUced-Twin Bread With '; a New Flavor. j CASE'S BAKERY \ \ -' Here's your chance to stcick lip on Dresses, Coats, Suits and Hats at a real bargain. ; We must have the extra space due to the enlarging of our beauty .shop and installing of a men's depart-; ment. We must sell every article in the house by Sat; urday. Come in early and |get unheard of bargains. Here they are: ... i . .'•'!.'•. Sheer Navy Suits, regular^ $7.90, sale price .. $2.95| One Lot Dresses, regularly $7.90, sale price ... -$?.9& One Lot Dresses, regularly $5.00 and $6.00, sale price ............................••• ce. ...;............89c aid $1.00; • • . • ; ' •;•.'*.-'"•• -, ". ' - ' ' " i • ; t - - j Coats below wholesale price,! as low; as ........ i. .$6.00,

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