The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 16, 1935 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, May 16, 1935
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^^^^^W^^v.*^^^^^?lf;^^5^^; EVERYDAY PRICES $1.25 Indo-Vin 98c Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — Phone 4fl. West Side Square Social Events | Royal Xeighlwr flub. The Royal Neighbor club was entertained Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Ilarvey Wilson on Kentucky Avenue with all but four of the members present to enjoy the evening. During the business session it was decided that all members should take fresh fruit to tbe regular lodge meeting to be held Monday evening. May .20. The evening was delightfully spent in playing'lotto, with high score prizes won by Mrs. Oral Barr and Mrs. Paul Jackson. The mystery box was won) by Mrs. Dot Bailee. At the close' of the evening, the hostess, assisted by her daughters, served delicious refreshments, and all departed at a late hour. . I Believe It or Not <?lub. Clu The Believe It or club two members and invited guests were delightfully entertained at the •home of Mrs. Clayton Young Wednesday evening. The house was attractively decorated with bouquets of lilacs and tulips. During the social hour, clever contests were won -by Mrs. Clifford Harrison and Mrs. Chester Powell. At the close of the evening, the hostess served delicious refreshments to the member j and the following special guests: Mes- dantes George Bozell Clintie FREE! FREE!! Eskimo Pies at Kids Matinee Saturday LAST TIME TODAY CRAS.LAUGITON • i»BT BOIMD CHARLIE ROGGtES A Muiarooic V 1OUITUU usiftro RITZ THEATRE Friday and Saturday Cochran, Clifford Harrison, Robert Morris. Russell Phifer, Chester Powell. John' D. Smith, and Pearl Sunnier, and Grjace Campbell. The next regjilar meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Freda Baur. RECEIVED SAD NEWS. Relatives Notified of Death of Paul R. Hughes' In Iowa. Thursday morning at 8:00 o'clock, Nola Hughes of Pendleton, former local resident and a son of Mrs. Laura Hughes of Tipton, received a telegram announcing the sad news that his son, Paul R. Hughes, 28, had died In a sanltorium at Ottumwa, la. Death was due to 'tuberculosis he having been in the sanitorium for the past six years. Paul R. Hughes was born In Tipton county his mother Orpha Cochran, a daughter of John and Mary Cochran 1 , dying when he was two years of age. While working in Chicago he was married to Miss Wllma Horton, whose parents reside at Ottumwa, la., and he and his wife have been in that city for several years. The father was in Tipton Thursday and visited with his mother Mrs. Laura Hughes and his sister A ill Meeting, The Ladies Aid soc West Street Christian < TlttjSBWB Loa For Home Purchasing, . Home Building, and Home Remodeling or Improvements. The Tipton Building and Loan Association Court Street J. A. LEWISJSec'y. ety of the •liurch met with lifteen members Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Hoy Purvis on Columbia avenue present. ! The devotional service was in charge of Mrs. M. W. Surratt. During the business session substantial sums of money were turned in from sections two and three, proceeds from recent penny suppers. A social hour follojwed and a clever contest was win by Mrs. 13. A. Foster. At the cjlose of the evening, delicious refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Alva Cardwell and Mrs. L. A. Moore. The 1 next meeting will be in three weeks with Mrs. S. A. Culver. j owe Onnl Party. The euchre and bunco party given Wednesday evening in the Itaiiil Our Late Show Sat. A. haU of the i courthouse by Captain Paul Circle, No. 69, Ladies of the G. A. R. was a complete success in every way, with a capacity crowd present to enjoy the evening. High score prizes ipere awarded as follows: Euchre, jladies, Mrs. Sarah Twilling, Mrs. Stella Boyd, and Mrs. Maggie Durr; and gentlemen, Charles Hinman and John Conroy; and bunco, Mrs. Lillian Day, and Mrs. Elizabeth Devault. The ladies were delighted with the large number of [persons attending the party, and are grateful to all who assisted in making the evening such a cojmplete suc- Mrs..Ida Shaw of North Main street and stated another wire was expected soon stating as to the time the body, which will be brought back here for burial, would arrive. Following the death of the first wife, the lather remarried and the deceased is survived by the father and stepmother, who reared him and two half brothers, Everett of Pendleton and Orville and a half- sister Maxlne, the two latter at home. No funeral arrangements will be made until news of the time of arrival of the body is received by the father. W. C. T. XJ. MEETING. Medal Contest Was Held Tuesday Night at Windfall. Several Tipton children were at Windfall Tuesday evening where they took part in the W. C. T. U Women of the The Women of the loosi?. Moose met in regular session Wednesday evening with a good attendance of members present. Plans were made for another tango party to be held Wednesday, May 22. Arrangements ware also made to attend meeting of the Moose the district and Women Saturday Night Only 4 — BIG ACTS — 4 Huge Barn Dance on the Stage — Square Dancing, Singing and Music. , MONDAY A LESSON IN LOVE of the Moose to be held at Elwood Saturday, May 25, a large number of members planning to make the trip. At the close of the delightful social hour, delicious refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. Nora Spencer. Missionary Meeting. The Women's Foreign (Missionary society of the Kemp Methodist church met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Willard Goar at her home on South Conde street with Mrs. Roy Girard and Mrs. Claude Little as assisting hostesses. The meeting opened with the singing of "I Need Thee Every Hour." The devotional service was in charge of Mrs. Ned Larimore with prayer by Mrs. George I.eatherman. Following the short business session, Mrs. Claude Little sang a solo, "In the Secret of His Presence," after which she gave an interesting biography of tho writer who was a converted native of India, as her part of the afternoon's program which was on the subject "World Citizenship." Mrs. Otto Trittschuh gave a talk on "Peace,. Better -Movies, and Alcohol," and -Mrs. • J. W. Rose spoke on "Peace and International Relationships," both talks being folio wed! by interesting discussions in which tho entire group participated. It was announced that the annual thank offering will be taken Sunday morning May 26 at which time Miss Mabel Eddy, missionary of India will be in charge of the morning service and sermon. Following the benediction by Mrs. Val Craft, a social hour was enjoyed, and the hostesses served delicious refreshments. medal contest under the direction of Mrs. Nannie Grishaw of this •city, held at the Christian church in Windfall. • Rev. J. T. Frost of Windfal gave the invocation iwith prayer by Rev. G. W. Winfrey. Specia music for the evening was fur nished by the junior choir of th< Windfall Christian church, and a quartet from the Ichoir. Mrs Claude Little of Tipton sang solo, accompanied by'Dorothy Fox of this city. The children who took part in the contest, giving prepared ora tions from the W. C. T. U. book of orations were Philip Martin Jane Leist, Jane Collins, -Martha Jones and Harold Mink. While the judges} Mrs. Iva Hutto, Mrs. G. W. [Winfrey an' Mrs. Rose Butner. all of Windfall were deliberating, j a splendl' temperance address Was given b Rev. Luther Addington of Green town. Following the presentation o the medal to the winner, Philli Martin, the benediction was give; by Rev. Frost. Those attending from Tipto: besides the contestants were Mr and Mrs. Claude Little daughter, Mrs. Harry Fox daughter, Dorothy, jMrs. J. A Knowlton, Prof. D. E. Leist. R. S. i Martin, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Jones. VETO IS ASSURED. President's Secretary Removes All Doubt as to Bonus Bill. I OIK JAN RECITAL. ^rogrnm nt Presfiyterian Church Pleased Audience. ; t Prof. Charles Hansep t blind organist from Indianapolis was in Mpton Wednesday evening and rave a recital before a large gathering at the First Presbyterian iiurch. j The recital was sponsored by he ladies of the church and the iroceeds will be used to apply on he debt on the church organ.i Prof. Ha risen is an accomplished organist and his numbers were much appreciated by the en- ire group. Other's {appearing Wednesday rrening were Martha Collins, who lave violin numbers, Betty Conip- .on giving readings, and Rev. Reuben Tunmer vocal solos, with Mrs. C. B.iStemen as accompanist. The projgram was given for t;he benefit of the church organ fund ind the ladies of the church who accepted this debt as a special tem for them to pay off, announced that the money was available 'now to make the last payment, j The organ was purchased ini 1927 for $5,600 and jefore the recital Wednesday evening the ladies owed slightly less than j $100 and had a small sum in their treasury. The money made on the recital was sufficient to meet the last payment. AT CRAWFORD HEARIXG. Youug Mian Sentenced for Robbery Before Clemency Board, LrY $22.50 and $24.50 Values fcin&r , j Vr "t Several-Tipton friends and rela lives of Charles Crawford, serving a sentence of 10 years for robbery of the Sharpsvllle Bank, in January, 1931 were at Indianapolis Thursday afternoon, his case, being scheduled to come before the State Clemency Commission at 3 p. mi Crawford was here recently ; on account of the funeral an'd death of His grandmother Mrs. Mike Molden and at that time secured promise from several local persons to intercede in his behalf.! Among j the other cases being considered were those of Veraon Cou of Clinton county, sentenced for criminal attack and Robert L. Eurick sentenced from Hamilton county. (Extra Trousers at Small Additional Cost) Our entire line; of pure wool worsted cashimers and tweeds in plain and fancy back in regular year- round weights. You must see the quality and tailoring in these suits to realize the values we 1 are offering at this moderate price. p. S.—We are showing a complete Line of Straw Hats. Young & Mason Tipton, Indiana SPLENDID RECOVERY. Mrs. Dixon Smith Has Made Remarkable Recovery at Lafayette. •A, similar contest was held in Tipton .recently at which time the medal tojr first place was won oy Ch'arlene Pouch! . j Entertained Mothers. Wednesday afternoon, the Tipton 'high school home nursing class entertained their mothers. s.t| a tea" In the home economics room of the school buildlig. \ During the afternjon, the girls gave demonstration: the practical thing; learned during the of some of they have semester. ' The program was as follows:' Making an unoccupied bed, Hulda Schulenburg; making an occupied bed, Ruth Werner, with Wllda 1 tp in bed, Mary Katherine Riebellng Wolverton as pallet t; ways make a patient comfortable Captain Paul Circle. The Captain Paul 69, Ladies of the G Circle, No. .A. R. will U & , UCLU1CO V/J. LUG \X , «*»• »*. TT *H hold a called meeting Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock Iff the O. A. R. hall of the courthouse. There will be special workj and a, full attendance of members Is desired. Tribune Want Ads Pay. Per Wavl SLA HAT AMD MB*.! Pennine No. 3. Pooah We have the Urmrir •tmctera No. a that five* jroi We geaa- fae coal wlthoat ao !«-«* •*«* otei ft* (By United Press). Washington, May 16. — President Roosevelt will veto the Patman bonus bill and he will do It iu the strongest possible terms. The president's secretary, Stephen T. Early, removed all possible double as to Mr. Roosevelt's attitude with an official announcement today. "He will veto the bill and his measure on it will present as forceful an argument as he can on the subject," Early said. In ,the face of the statement, bonus- forces decided to withdraw pending motions In the senate and let tbe bill gtijto the white house late^tddayX The /veto and vote'on -ft "lire expected next week. William Cramer, former Tipton resident, was in Tipton Thyrsday attending to business matters ^and greeting friends. Mr. Cramer) formerly connected with the Perfect Circle plant here, to now with 1 the Hagerstawn plant. Co. Prlc seri !-*-J and Mary ~ Sandmar talcing temperature and pulse,-Evelyn Lambert; moving a patient from Lucy Ploughe, Ma: bed to -chair, •jorie Lyons and Vivian Losey; correct and ln-> correct way to fill bottle, Vivian Lose; bathe a baby, Dora The afternoon was a most de-> liCh'tful one for- al mothers enjoying i of the things which method of respiration. a hot water and how to Kay. i present, the he exhibition their daughters have accomplished in thia class under the leadership of MU3 Carroll Blount and Miss Helen Friend? here have received word that Mrs. Dixon Smith of Lafayette, former resident of this city, who {has been confined to the St. Elizabeth hospital there for the past six weeks suffering with a broken'! hip, has been removed from the fracture bed, and a thorough examination revealed that the bone lhas knit perfectly. She is still in the;hospltal, but it is thought she will be able to be removed to the home of her son, Mr. land Mrs. Tug Smith in Lafayette! within the next week. Mrs. Smith fell • about six weeks ago breaking; her left hip, and from; the first i has gotten along remarkably well for one' of her years!. She has never had the injured member in a| cast, but has been in a fracture bed." j \ Rev. Allen B. Rice of Kokomo Will Spenk Here Tuesday. Recently Tipton folk had the privilege of hearing Dr. Mertpn S. Rice of Detroit in one of his popular lectures at the Kemp Memorial Methodist church. On next Tuesday evening the men of the Brotherhood of this church will get to hear Rev. Allen B. Rice, the son of the Detroit preacher. The occasion will be the monthly supper meeting of the men's organization which will be served by the Ladies Aid society of the cBurch. .Rev. Allen B. Rice is the pastor, of the .Main Street Methodist church in Kokomo. He Is meeting with success in his Kokomo pastorate and his KIWAXIS CLUB. Sullivan. J Helpers Club. Mrs. • Boris Glaus will enter- Uln the Helpers 01' ib Friday *(t- etnoon at the home of MM. Fred Baur southwest of Tipton. All members are cordli lly invited t<i be preaeqt. - Achievement Committee Has Program if or Friday Meeting, j ; ' ' | The Kiwanis club will hold jits regular meeting at the Presbyterian church basement Friday noon and the achievement committee will have charge of the program. I Ladles of the church will serve the luncheon. John L. Hash, secretary of the club will (discuss the question, .is to how the club can be of more benefit to] the farmers; H. S. M,at- thews will give a talk on interest in music 'and plans of reviving it among the members; Frank | C. Suite will discuss finances; E. N. Stoner will give a resume of the activities among the boys and (iris clubs and Charles Lineback Tango party, Rid ••Hen kail S«tnrd*r nifcfet. Ma] -18; prl«e fo «aoh tango; admllal ».10o KMT tt and j. B Oyler will make a |report on vocational guidance. This Ali Beftdy-to-Wear BEAUTY SALON Jelly Rolls BROTHERHOOD SPEAKER. church there will entertain the North Indiana annual conference in their annual session of 1930. The son bears many traits and characteristics of his famous father and will be an interesting speaker to listen to. • The "Green's Valley Hot Spots", a lively group of musicians will furnish the music of the evening and. the men are promised an enjoyable time. Tickets are now being. circulated by the men of this group and they invite men of other churches to be their guests at the supper which served at 6:30. Slight Improvement, several months and who for the past several weeks has been under treatment at the Methodist hospital in Indianapolis. Mrs. Shepherd, who is affected with a form of sleeping sickness, will remain at the hospital for another week and an eastern specialist ; who is in Indianapolis will give • his personal attention to the case. Her mother Mrs. James Sher- . itt of North Independence street . visited her Wednesday and could note an improvement, but her con-s^ ditiott is 'still serious. .1-^ , A slight improvement is re-| ported in the condition of Mrs Faye Shepherd who has been ; ill Dorna Gordon Wash! Dresses, 98c Up LANE'S Phone 182. 139 E. i Jeffersoa; ECONOMY OF FAMOUS AMERICAN CAR WINS FOREIGN MARKETS! Y QUE * UY j^ ECQNOMKtQ! XNITQ "NewD< TN foreign markets, the nigh cost 1 is one of a number of increased popularity. American sales of the New-Vi_ hamming, too—setting new high thousands of owners spread the amazing economy in*as, ofl and Mr. W. E. Mod*, of Olathe, K"My new 193* D|odge;«tye*tne mile, hi travels. 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