The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 20, 1935 · Page 6
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,. I ._. JOic Invited to Attend I Recognition Meeting at | Baptist Church. GET CERTIFICATES The public Is Invited to .Tie pres- 'ent Monday evening, May 20, at the recognition meeting at the First Baptist church in Tipton, •when certificates are presented by the Tipton county Council of Religious Education to the group of students who have completed the course in religious study which "has been 'going on for the past nine weeks. Presentation of the . certificates will be by R. L. Haskett, one of the officers of the county council. I A splendid program has been arranged in connection with the presentation including a memorial to Charles Simmons, of Windfall wjbo-met a tragic death in Tipton last Tuesday. Charles Simmons •was president of the Tipton Conn ty interdenominational young peo pies' union at time of his cleat! having been elected to thatjposi 'tioh at the banquet held here las October. He was deeply interest ed In'religious work and had plknned to enter the ministry After his death many organiza tions, including the Hazell Del Friends church, the Salem ;Bap 'tlst church, the Tipton count} Young Peoples' Union, the Wind fall Methodist church, the Windfall Epworth League, The Windfall Baptist church, the district Ep"worth League and many other Organizations sent flowers. (The address of the evening is to 1 be delivered by E. T. Albertson, and as this is the first interdenominational meeting of th year the church will likrly !>e filled early. The complete program starting at 8 p. m. tffis evenin Is as-follows: "Congregational singing, Mr. John Bozell, Leader. j Devotions, Rev. George Thornas. Offering, Everybody. (MissjMay Hobbs, Treasurer of County Council, in Charge). Music, Tipton Methodist Church .Quartet. JwJdress. Mr. E. T. Albertson .Congregational Singing. j Presentation of Credit Cards! Mr, R. L. Haskett. ^f^^^^^Sj^f POLICE POWERLESS. Chain Letter 'stores at Terre' Hante Doing a Big Business. : • (By United'Tress). Terre Haute, May 20.—Powerless to enforce a closing order, Terre Haute police watched helplessly Saturday while chain letter stores operated at full blast. Police said they had ordered the stores closed but had no means of forcing the shutdown. Meanwhile, girl employes'were kept busy turning out mimeo-! Taphed .forms for waiting hrongs as Terre Haute joined other mid Western cities experi- 'ncing a second week revival of he craze. FATALLY HURI Died of Crushed Chest Received When Racing Car Went Through Fence. OTHERS ARE INJURED e- Given Mrs. Minnie Powell was granted a divorce from ler husband Willis Powell in Circuit Court Saturday and the lusband was told by Jddge Russell to assist in the support of his daughter who is in high school. The parties were married December 3, 1910 and separated Februi.ry 8, 1935, according to the complaint, but bad and not been living wife for several Famous Welfare Worker Operated in Chicago for Adhesions. MAY NOT RECOVER •JXemoriam to Charles Simn ons, Mrs. Beatrice Grimme. . (Mrs. Grimme is county superintendent of young people's dhvsion «f the Council). Special Music. Benediction, Rev. Earl Schyhart. Sand stapling machines, •Tribune Press. ICE •We we malring onr Ice fle- .ftrery daily. Hang out year card for prompt service. Buy ime of onr new refrigerators Mr easy payment plan. Abso-Pure Ice & Coal Phone 12. ' Chicago, May 20. -— Jane Addams, who has been called "America's foremost woman citizen," clung to life last night with what courage and strength is left to her after more than a half-century of fighting for the underprivileged. A weakened heart and her 75 years worked against recovery of the world-famed welfare worker from an abdominal operation performed Saturday at Passavaut hospital. Dr. Arthur Curtis, who operated after a consultation with :hree other physicians, describsd her condition as "critical." Scores of floral offerings and hundreds of telegrams of inquiry 'ame to tho hospital from all parts of the country. Saturday's operation to correct abdominal adhesions, was be- ieved the result of another operation she underwent in 1931. It was decided upon suddenly after other treatment failed to relieve lymptoms. John Mullins, 24 years of age, married and the father of two small daughters was fatally hurt Sunday afternoon about 4:00 o'clock while watching the races at the Tipton fairgrounds, when a racing car driven by Venard G. Trester of 959 Eugene street, Indianapolis, went through the fence during the 20-mile feature race, crashed into several automobiles and struck Mullins, who was standing near one of the parked cars. Mullins' chest was crushed and ribs punctured the lungs; he also suffered a severe sQft.lp wound and other hurts. Trester, the driver of the:car, remains in Tipton with a fractured skull and other serious hurts which may prove fatal. John Mullins, whose death occurred shortly after being brought to Tipton by the Modern ambulance of Windfall, which was at the grounds, had his brother and one child with him, but they es- years prior Believes jit Should Be Recognized and Advertised as husband . Without Delay. to their separation. The husband filed the action for divorce but after hearing the eyi- stated he divorce if a noted filed and this was done Mrs. Powell prior to her mar- dence Judge Russell would give^the wife a cross complaint were riage was Miss Minnie pandseadel, daughter of Mr. and |Mrs. Henry Landseadel, former residents of the New Lancaster community, both deceased. SEES BUSINESS BOOM Will Kntertnin Ixxljjrs. j Eden Rebekah Lodge No. 270 ok Windfall is making elaborate pBans for the meeting next Wednesday evening, May 22nd at the . O. O. F. hall when they will intertain the degree staff of Anderson who will confer the work on a class of candidates. Other lodges invited besides Anderson are Sharpsville and Tip- in. Folowing the degree work re- reshments will be served and a ocial hour will be enjoyed. A Baby Boy. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Pickett of Arcadia have a flue baby boy who as been named David. The moth- r was formerly Fayola Sowers nd the infant is the first grand hild of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Sow- rs. : j The baby was born Thursday at lie Noblesville hospital. injury, although their automobile was badly damaged. The accident occurred at the northeast turn when the car driven by Trester, caught the car driven by Frank Weinetz, of South Bend causing it to swerve and go through the fence. The Weinetz car went into the infield, but the driver was not injured. Trester's car injured Roy Gr.i- ham and Elbert Havens of Tip- ion, they being struck by boards ;from tho fence and it crashed into the car of Kenneth Finley and wife of Tipton. badly damaging the rear portion. Mr. Finley was standing on the bumper and jumped before the crash. His wife who was seated in the front seat, escaped injury. John Mullins, who lost his life, was born and reared in Hobbs, his parents being William and .Minnie (Angell) Mullins of that town. He was employed at the Banner Rock plant in Alexandria and had been living in that city for the past several years. Five years ago he was married to Miss Beulah Hull of that city and the widow and two children, Margaret. 4, and Betty Lou, 2, survive. He is also survived by a brother Lawrence and a large number of other relatives in this county, in- 'S TO COL MCE English Hero Dies in Hospital From Motorcycle Spill Injuries. FUNERAL IS TUESDAY Wool, Dorsetshire, j England, May 20.—England's ^'Lawrence of Arabia," one of the 1 most romantic yet enigmatic 'personalities of. modern times, died yesterday, j Death came to Col. Thomas E. Lawrence, 46 years old, shortly after 8 o'clock yesterday^ morning. He had lain unconscious Jin a little military hospital in the 1 countryside for 142 hours following a motorcycle collision. i For more than an hour doctors New Yorjk, May 20.—The dynamite of immediate inflation to make America boom is recommended byj Maj. L. L. B. Angas, English economics writer, in his latest pamphlet, "The Boom Begins." ! The major contends "inflation is already here. Not only Is there inflation ahead, but also inflation astern, and inflation all around us." ! He points out that American bank money Is inflated to a record degree,) and he adds "Since however, the public holds the erroneous view that deposit inflation is not 'inflation,' the inflation of deposits | attracts little notice, and the inflation as such has..,a tendency not to catch." : The major recommends, "the way to reduce the ultimate dangers is to rapidly increase, and advertise, the inflation now. Long-spreadj-out measures will not 'catcH' so easily as violent measures; therefore, concentrate your dosje. Use ycjur dynamite now and get it over quickly." The author attracted consider- Kempton, Downed BnrDngton and Goldsmith Defeated Mnncie. Kempton's fast independent baseball team defeated Burlington Sunday on the Kempton- diamond by a score of 1-1 to 3, the visitors being, unable to connect. Eddie Afanadore . secured two home runs off the Burlington twirler and Doyle Buffer -secured one. Burlington secured its three! runs in the ninth inning. Goldsmith Athletics defeated the visiting Muncie Aces By a score or 12-0 the-"visitors not being the team ; Ma'nager Jones thought they were. Bieri' and Watson did the battery work for Goldsmith, Muncie being unable to get a man past the third bag. Next Sunday Goldsmith will play the team from the Ft. , Wayne school. A Baby Girl. A sweet baby girl was born Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hodson of Arcadia. The baby is the second child, being -welcomed by a brother. The mother was formerly Ve'lma Justice. I. O. O. F. Tonight. Meeting of the I. 0. O. P. lodge Monday night. All members are requested to be present to complete arrangements for the district meeting here on June 3rd. • i » . HOGS GO STILL HIGHER. Top Price of 90.75 Is Attained at Indianapolis Monday. able attention and stirred up con troversy in stock market quarters when he ipublished his first famphlet, "The Coming American Boom," about nine months ago. He is known as a security market analyst and [speculator. to / evivehim j wit ncon-|year ago today, - : In i Memoriam. In memory of our dear mother, Mrs. Ida B. Lindsay, who died one tinued use of oxygen. Since the crash late j Monday they had waited constantly for an opportunity to operate in an attempt to save the one-t!ime "uncrowned king of Arabia," but Lawrence died without regaining consciousness. A post-mortem disclosed missed Grandchildren. May '20, 1934. children and i Resting Easier. Lynn Pickerell was at Indianapolis Sunday and visited his Indianapolis, May 20. — Receipts on hogs, 3,500; held over, 100; cattle, 800; calves, 600; sheep and lambs, 1,200. Hog prices early today, in the local live stock market were 15c higher, with the top, $9.75, for 200 to 250-pound offerings; pigs and light weights, 100 to 160 pounds, sold at $7.75 to $9.50; 160 to 200 pounds, $9.70; 250 to 350 pounds, $9.55 to $.9.70 heavier hogs, up to $D.50; sows, $8.00 to $9.00. Trading for cattle was active it steady prices; calves were 50e higher at $9.50 down, and lambs were steady to higher. Lawrence's brain was j damaged so badly that had he recovered he would have regained only partial wife who was taken to the Rob- that j e rt JLong Saturday by the Ogle & use of his speech and eyesight. aged grandmother Angell, residing : . i ; A Profession Worthy of Youi Confidence There is no pro esslon more indispensable to a community t ion that of a funeral -director. Many people are inclined to think of the funeral director just as a business man (and there are funeral directors who give you cause to think BO), j Few people know the part played by the funeral director in safeguarding the 1 ealth of the public. Only has been of service can those to .whom he appreciate to the fullest! extent the intelli- lownright ability that he gence, poise and .TOUSt have. t | j i The modern funeral director must undergo 1 en exacting training In order to qualify "; for hi" work. He must be flexible'enough to L awrre graciously people fpom every walk- of Ife. Be renders k highly specialized per- oat service. It is.our earnest prayer that -may have your respect and; confidence. eluding Mrs. Abigail southeast of Tipton. The accident w.as one of three which occurred in connection with the dirt track auto racing held Sunday. Ray Smith, Kokomo driver, who was warming up shortly before noon Sunday, was injured when his car turned over as he made the turn to enter the home (stretch. Smith" was thrown clear of the car and sustained a broken collar bone. He was given treatment in Tipton and taken to his home by the Ogle & Little ambulance. Miss Vivian-Loser of North Thirteenth street, Elwood, suffered a dislocated wrist when the Trester car went into the parked automobiles. She was seated in a car belonging to Dan House, of 1518 North Eighth street, Elwood. House escaped injury by jumping out of the path of the racing /car, when it went.through the fence and headed for him, while he was standing on the bumper of his car. Following the fatality there was considerable comment regarding the conducting of these events which have caused several lives to be lost and crippled several others. T.- D. Foster, owner of the fair grounds, who leased the premises, has made an effort to stop It. The officers say there is inadequate protection and it Is possible some means will be taken Funeral services will be held Tuesday. j Shortly before 7 o'clock doctors and nurses saw aj change pass over him. His pulse almost had gone and his breathing was weak. Injections were given in a futile effort to revive him. His brother, A. W. Lawrence, and a number of the dying man's close friends remained at the hospital throughout the night, hoping that there might come an en- Little ambulance. Mrs. Pickerell who may undergo a major operation 1 later was resting easier but there is little change in her condition. ' couraging turn. o'clock artificial Shortly after 7 respiration was tried, but the effort was hopeless and the end came soon afterward. Named Director. The directors of county Farm Loan the Tipton WEATHER — Showers probable tonight aik Tuesday; not much change in temperature. Moore's Market Groceries—Meats 130 — JFhones — 27 Association, held at meeting last w<:ek and elected County Auditor ^ oe Mattingly director to fill the ujnexpired term of Mrs. Minnie Phares who tendered here resignation, after disposing of her farm west of Tipton. Mrs. Phares restains her post- ! JILL & BATHS LOANS Citizens National Bulk BMc. Phobia. ^ tion as secretary of the assocla- 1'OF ITTLE tion, which is connected vith the National Federal Farm! Loan Association. .Remains HI. Miss Norma Landseadel daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris 1 andsea- del.i remains 111 at the 1 'to discontinue sport. . this - dangerous Shepherd Services. Funeral services (or Mrs. F*ye relatives In Ft. Wayne, i uttering from appendicitis. Her father was at Ft. Wayne Sund spent the day there an Landseadel will go there 1 Holiday. It Is possible an operation will be performed Tuesday morning Suffered Light Strol A. D. Jones fell to the aa be suffered ft sHght stroke of paralyilr While U the yard at fijyj ' ome of ground Cunning • '•'' *9h Chevrolet Co. -i?V An Honjest Apnraisal Upton's .Thousand* _ Oinr! _ Selection of GABS. Unused Miles in I Used Cam L'Sedan 'Oonpe Chicago, May 20.—Receipts on hogs, 13,000, including 6,000 direct to packers; held over, 1,000: prices wer.e lOc to 15(5 higher, top $9.65; cattle, 13,000; sheep and Iambs, 9,000. I. Duffey & Son Co. Elwood, May 20.—Hogs. 160 to 200 Ibs., $9.45; 200 to 250 ibs, $9.50; 250 to 275 Ibs., ?9.45; 275 to 369 Ibs., 9.40; 300 to 325 Ibs., $9.35; sows, $8.00 to $8.50. Wheat, No. 2, 80c; No. 1 81c Local Grain Market Wheat, No. 2, 81c; No. 1 __ 82c Oats __.: ._ 34tf Corn, per 100 Ibs. ,,—$1.12 Local produce Market. (Moore & Moore) Eggs, per dozen 21c Indianapolis Produce Price*. Eggs—Indianapolis jobbers offer country shippers for strictly fresh stock, 19c at country points, 20c delivered at Indianapolis. . Poultry — Jobbers'paying 'or heavy hens, 16c; Leghorns, 14c: broilers, 2 Ibs. up, I8c; Leghorns. 2 Ibs., 16c; cocks and stags, 8c; geese, 6c; ducks, 8c; guineas' I5c Butter—Jobbers' selling prices for creamery butter, fresh firsts; No. 1, 29-30c; No. 2, 27-28c; in quarters and halves. Ic'more. Butter Fat—Buyeis paying 23c a pound delivered at Indianapolis. Paraffjn Oil For Oiling Floors — and — Polishing Furniture •ARMERS01L Phone 102. Utmost Washer Value at Modest Prices Electric or Gasoline Motor—$39.50 and Up ; - " Suite &• Barrum Travels Fast Bad news used to have the reputation for speed. But such is the demand for the good things of life today that good news travels even faster. The.carriers of many of the good tidings that every one is eager to hear are right before joi. They are the advertisements in this newspaper. They bring good news about soap and cereals, sedans and cigarettes. Good news for the housewife. Good news for the business man. Good news for everyone who believes in comfort and happiness. Let an automobile maker in Detroit or an orange jrower in Florida develop a finer product. You will lear about it—not in a couple of years, not just 'some time." The whole new story will be rushed ;o you on the wings of the greatest good news serv- .ct ir the world-^-advertising. Advertisements are filled with the kind of good words you like to find. They tell you of new products, new improvements in well-known merchandise, lew values and new ways to increase your well- )eing. And always they tell you not only where and how to purchase goods of assured merit, but also the way to be certain of obtaining 100 cents' worth of value for every dollar you spend. Read ;hem—and get their good news regularly! •^^^^^•^•^^^•••^•^•^^^^^^•v.ww*. . 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