The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 21, 1935 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 21, 1935
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:fr,*r f V - ' *-*-VMay 91, EVfflYDAY PRICES Altaian's Drug Store Free Delivery — Phone 40. West Side Square Social Events Cili/cnslii)) (.'mup. The Citizenship group of the FKK at ils regular wc-okly) meeting Monday afternoon in the club room of the library continued its «udy of the gnat charters ">y which Hi" people of tin- jl'niU'd .Mates have gained political and r.-lii-ioii.-; freedom. The les.jon for tin- :iiterm>on was the stjidy 01' ill.- "Ordinance of 17S7" and ail illtiMrated talk on "The holdt-n Ag.- in Tidewater. Virginia"] showing jirefsi-nt day restorations of I he- hoiin-s of I lie men who lielp--d iijof-t in tlj.- building of t tion. both in its written ni'-ius and ils westward Hion. This was the .srroml ill fd talk on Virginia, the fi ing devoted to the activit fleiHTa! deurg,. \VashiniUc are not neglected in these study ieriods. ~~ Registered members are asked (jo keep in mind these regular | f eekly classes in Citizenship on Monday, beginning at 2:30. ' JTXIOR ing the revolutionary liis honif at Ml. Vernon. illustrated talks have Ijeen in these classes on the NYv l:n:d and Middle Colonies colonial period. On next } aft'-rnoon tliere will bo ;i •nidy period devoted to tin of ITS: and a rev i!i.- new Pulitzer prize aw h tury "The Colonial I'er A'm-riran History" by char Andrews. Presnnl day prc le na- docu- •xpa'i- MoBride Circle. ; TTie McBride Circle, No. 46, Ladies of the G. A. R. met Monday evening in regular session in ^he 'G. A. R. hall of the court- Ijouse, with a good attendance of members present. The evening was devoted to a number of business matters in (harge of the president, Mary Edmonds. Committees were appoint<!d and plans were arranged at tjl'iis time for cooperating with tihe American Legion in observ- rince of Decoration Day. ! Tentative plans were made for a bridge and euchre party to be held in one of the business rooms in the near future, the date and ijlace to be announced at.the next meeting. Arrangements were also made for attending the annual state .convention to be held during tho week of June 1C. Following the discussion of several other matters of interest, the meeting adjourned with a delightful social hour. ', * • * 1 Royal NYiglilior Lodgr. •st bo- 1 d and Three given Ensin th? omlav not her "Ord- -•w of ird in id of es M. >lems Permanent Waving 1 SLAUTER'S HAT AXD BEAUTy SHOiPPE ITZ THEATR] •THREE BIG DAYS STARTING TODAY i HITS A NEW HIGH MOTE IN HIIARITYI Gaiety I.. .girl* (tocnonc* and rhythm around a story that give* you the moita of tht betiol The Royal Neighbor lodge met Monday evening in the K. of P. hall with a good attendance of ijiernbers present. ' Mrs. Bert Heifer, a member of the lodge who spent the winter in the East was present greeting her many friends here. The members had been asked tb take fresh fruits to the meeting and this was divided and sent to two of the members who are ill. Mrs. Georgia Cottingham. and Mrs. James Peck. During the business session, plans were made for a tango party to be held Saturday evening. May 25, from S:00 to 10:00 o'clock in the K. of P. hall, and the public is invited. '. The next meeting will be in two weeks, and Mrs. Harriett Ellsberry and Mrs. Roscoe Jones will be hostesses. All members are asked to be present. Splendid Program for Final Meet. ing of the School Year. The Junior Musicale of the, Tipton high school held their final meeting of the year Monday evening at the home of Margaret Palmer near Atlanta, for the purpose of electing new officers and initiating new members. The meeting opened with a jolly wiener roast, after which the business session was conducted by the president, Judith Bridge. The new officers elected for the coming year are as follows: Mary Compton, president; Doris Allison, vice-president; and Phyllis Foster, secretary-.treasurer. The organization voted to take as their study topic for the coming year, "Master Musicians," and a committee composed of Julia Ann Harting, Joann Martin, and Betty Tatman was appointed to make out the program for the year. The new members taken in at evening the meeting Monday were Dorothy Fouch, Maxine Walker, Barbara Martin, Katherine Leist, Kathleen O'Bnaioff, Jane Hershman, and Nina' Maude Trabue. Those graduating from high school this year who are members of the organization are Judith Bridge, Mary Ellen Marrum, and Margaret Palmer.. Miss Bridge, on behalf of the club, presented their sponsor, Miss Lois Slone with a lovely gift, a token of appreciation from the club for her work with them during the past year. j COMMENCEMENT Phi Beta Psi Sorority Announce Event for tint 28. The Theta Delta clapter of the Phi Beta fsl sorority has announced that Paul E. his six-piece orchestra have-been secured to furnish tie music for the second annual commencement dancj to be held Thursday evening, May 23, in the K. of P. hall on East Jefferson street. All committees are working DANCE. Drlscoll and faithfully for the su undertaking, and the mittee has announced :cess of the ticket com-" that according to the advance sale of tickets, then will be a record attendance for (Be event. The dance is being given in honor of the senior class of the TipUn high school, and all members, of the class who attend will be g ven lovely giftsi Dancing will start at 9:30 o'clobk and continue! till 1:00 o'clock, giving all persons ample time to attend the commencement exercises at the high school building oarlier in the evening. The proceeds will the : scholarship fund be used for which ia At the close of the evening, Miss Slone entertained with a group of piano numbers, and the year's work was brought to a close with the entire group singing "AuIg~Lang Syne." main ained by the sorority. It has been the policy of thej chapter for some time to choose a girl whose high school work is outstanding and who desires to become a , and award her a scholarship for a complete nurse's training course at an accredited Indianapolis hospital. I Mhs .Gladys Bevelheimer, who won the scholarship j four years ago, will graduate j from her course this spring,. and already the alward has been made for the erm. Miss Maryi Jane Pres- CLUB WOMEN MEET. Indiana Federation of Clubs Indinnnpoli.s This Week. in General Ladies Aid. The General Ladies Aid society or the Kemp Methodist church will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Claude Crull at her home, 33? West Madison street. Assisting hostesses will be Miss Amy Stewart and Mrs. Float Jol- Ij. A full attendance of members is desired. Ladies of the Moose. i The Ladies of the Moose will entertain with, a tango party Wednesday evening at 8:00 o'clock at the Moose hall. Attractive prizes will be awarded and the public is cordially invited to t><3 present. Present Day Club. The Present Day Club will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Byrpn Grishaw at her home north of Tipton. All members are urged to be present. TBI KAPPA AWARDS. | Itachel Stoner and Mary Francis \ Rose Held Highest Grades. H Tuesday morning, John Hash, principal of'the Tipton junior high school, Inbehalf of the Trl- Kappa sorority presented- cash awards of $2.50 each to Rachel Comedy - News - Siurt A number of Tipton county women will be in Indianapolis Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week attending the forty-sixth annual convention of the Indiana Federation of clubs at the Claypool hotel. Among those who will attend from this county are Miss May Hobbs, a member of the executive board of the state federation as a trustee, Mrs. Sam Matthews, a member of the state board of the Epsilon Sigma Omicron sorority, and-Mrs. H. V. Morris, president of the Tipton county federation. Honor guests at the convention will be two vice-p'residents of'the General Federation of Women's clubs, who are candidates tor election to the presidency at the Detroit tri-ennial. A number of other leaders of the general federation will also be present and on the program for addresses. AH members of the 'Tipton county federation who so are urged to attend all or a part of the sessions. Those who would care to go and all who can take cars are requested to call Mrs. Morris, and transportation will be provided. new ler o recei Th date assist the 1935 graduating class ing the honor tills year. public is urged; to keep the if the dance in mind and to the girls in their scholarship work. Ly pital wife opera PIcke table while fore night weak the i •Mr rence Try a Tribune Want Ad. FRIDAY. SATURDAY lac ADULTS lOc •-'! Spner of the eighth grade, and Mary Frances Rose of the seventh grade, the two girls having the highest ratings in their respective j grades for the past year. i For some lime the sorority has made a practice of presenting cash! prizes to the boy or girl of each class for junior and senior gh school, having the highest holaatlc average for the entire yi ar. The high school awards were made Thursday of last week, and won by Joseph James, Doris lie on, Joann Martin, And Jean :ic« Banta. • Getting Along Nicely.. Mrs, Harry Robinson of Green Was reported to be getting aimg very nicely Tuesday morning following a major operation' y at .the- Beeehwood hos- "ALL-BRAN FORMS MAJOR PORTION OF MY BREAKFAST" Delicious Cereal Relieved His Constipation* Read Mr. .Huyghe's voluntary letter: "After suffering for years, I happened to notice in the grocery a box of Aiir-BBAN. I determined to give it a fair trial. "Today ft forma the major portion of my breakfast I cannot say enough for its effect, aa I am a man 68 yean of age, at the time in life when'.one needs just what ALL- BRAM does for yon."—Mr. Eobt. A. Huyghe, 810 Union St, New Orleans, La. *Con*tipation due to iwfficitnt "6uZfc" t» mmfe. Beseareh show* that KeUogg'f ALL-BRAN fnrnlaoM "bulk" to ex- excise tn» intestines. ALL-BRAN also snppliM •vftamin B and'iron. .Serious Operation. in Pickerell returned Monday light from the Cbleman hos- at Indianapolis where his underwent a very serious Lion Monday morning. Mrs. -ell was on the: operating 2 hours and 40 minutes surgeons removed a large abdoriinal tumor and |made other correc tfons. Her husband was permitted to see her a short time be- eaving the hospital Monday but she was in a very ned condition and under fluence of opiates. Pickerell and his son Law returned to the hospita! Notable j Woman Suffers Serious Relapse After Abdominal Operation. Tuesday evening to visit the pa tient. Their Second Child. Relatives here hav receivec word of the birth of a fine baby daughter to Mr. and Mrs. William Stottljmeyer of Elwood, the little riving Tuesday taiorning at 6:00 pital No good who er, Bi o'clock at the Mercy hos- n Elwood. i name has yet been found enough for the [little Miss s welcomed by one broth- ly Gene, age 1 '/i years. Mrs. Stottlemeyer was formerly Miss Irma Teuscher, daughter of Mr. aid Mrs. George Teuscher near Tipton. In Attractive Display. The atatioi refrig( of the on Ma The Cha Prifog Llneback & Son service agents for the rator, has an att Electrohix 'active display o! these in its place of business 01 West Jefferson street and also sume wonderful photographs Dionne quintuplets, who will cdebrate their first birthday • 28. Electrolux manufactures a refrigerator operated on kerosene and ore of these was sent to the home )f the Dionnea shortly after the bibles were born.| Now several a; e in use there, j | Out of Danger. •lene Prlfogle, 8-year-old daugher of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. e near Tipton, Is reported TwotaM Bfuladaily are usually suflcient, With each meal, in serkms casea. Ifnot relieved thia way» ••• you* doctor. The to be getting along nicely at the Beech'rood hospital i here sh?i has been for the past sc veral days suffering with pneumonia. ; >rts .from the hospital Tnes- Rep day passed should Hiring stated the crisis, and be able to be r amoved to Iher hpme within the she has that she next" to,« DEATH IS FEARED (By United Press). Chicago;, May 21.—Miss Jane Addams, jworld famous sociologist who jwas operated upon Sai- urday for an abdominal ailment, was repotted dying today. I A" nephew. Prof. James Weber Linn of tie University of Chicago, said he was informed by three physicians that "her life can be measured: in hours." (By United Press). j Chicago, May 21.—A bulletin issued by physicians attending Miss Jane Addams at 7:10 a., in. (CST) said "She is losing ground rather rapidly and constantly. She is conscious at times but is much weaker." ! "Miss Addams 1 condition has become less satisfactory and is now critical," a bulletin said. i It was signed by Dr. Arthur H. Curtis, Dr.. James A. Britton and Dr. Charles A. Elliott after a bedside conference. j All three doctors remained at Passavant hospital, where iMiss Addams is confined. Dr. Curtis, who performed the operation ito relieve abdominal adhesions,! said Miss Addams' age and a chronic heart ailment caused her. relapse. She is 75 and has been more or less continually ill since 1923, when she was operated upon in Tokio after a tall from ja ricksha. She retired for an extended rest at the home of friends in :l Connecticut -last summer and seemed stronger during the winter. Friends blamed .aggravation of her abdominal condition to exertions during a world peace conference in Washington two weeks ago. Dr. Britton, her personal ' physician, was summoned Friday when she noticed a fever. He and his consultants deemed the operation immediately' necessary. Miss Addams won her original fame by her work in , founding and directing Hull House, the institution in Chicago's Halsted street slum district which has served as a model for .thousands of settlement houses throughout the country. She resigned its management years ago but has remained active in welfare work of many types. She shared the Nobel peace prize in 1931 with Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler of Columbia university. Prayer Meeting.. The regular : prayer meeting of the Kemp Memorial Methodist church will be held on Thursday evening at 7:00 instead of 7:30 on account of the high school commencement which Is announced for 8:00. The prayer meeting will be out. in time to attend the commencement exercises. Rev. John Ward Rose is conducting a special series of studies on the subject: "Pentecost — Celebration or Experience." Are at Marion. 4-H CWJB Cicero Township Clubs Elect New ! . Leaders. Officers for the Cicero town 1 ship boys 4-H clubs have been elected with Omer Lee Jr., as president; Thomas Cochrah, vice- president; William Sink, secretary; and Keith Stevens, reporter.: Membership and projects are as follows: Garden club, 50 members; corn club, 32; Potato club, 15- Alfalfa club, 9; .pig club, 8; poultry club, 6; and fat lamb club, 5 members. Since the garden club is composed almost entirely of boys and girls within Tipton it has a separate, set of officers composed of Donald. Fretz, president; Charles Fehlinger, vice-president Robert Dennis, secretary; and James Simmonds, reporter. The first meting for all Garden club members will be held on Saturday at 1:00 p. m. at the high school building. NEW LADIES SHOP. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Houtz of East Jefferson street left Tuesday morning for Marion to remain for a few days, Mr. Houtz being i called there to assist the Butler Music Company with some piano tuning. They will visit at the home of their daughter. Mrs. Laura Sloderbeck while in iMar- ion. Ethel King Has Opened Store in , The Masonic Block. Mrs. Ethel King of Sheridan has operied a ladles' ready-to- wear shop in the room in the Masonic building recently vacated by Tom Roseberry. Mrs. King has, had her merchandise in the DelMar Beauty Salon, but due to the enlarging of the shop, it was necessary for her to move. . Mrs. Ocie - Havens! ' s in charge of the new store on North Main street. '.; Tribune Want Ads Pay. Mrs. Mary DeaiT 'and son. Dr. Dona'd Dean of Kusbville were here Monday and spent the day with Mrs. Ella Hamilton at her home on North West street. Mrs. Hamilton who has been ill for the past several weeks with sciatic rheumatism, is much improved and able to be up all of the time. i LOJ For Home : Home and Home Ren ! ' •" or Improvements. Thej ^ Tipton Building and Loan Association Court Street J. A. LEWIS.ijSec'y. Taken to His Home. ' Tuesday the Young ambulance removed Lawrence Borden to the home of his parents \ on Vine ' street.. The youth suffered a. brok- ( en bone in the left ankle and a badly lacerated right leg in ; an accident at the site; of the new postofflce Tuesday morning- GUARANTEED PEEMANBNTS DELMAR BEAUTY 'SALON Super Clean— . —is the name of that much talked of hard coal Edna. Barkhart Company sells; Try" it in your brooder stoves and base burners,, then you will be a booster for it, too. \ Edna Burkhart Co. Registered Dealer. Phone 55 ALE!!! Entire Stock Front DelMar Beauty Salon Moved to the Ritz Theatre i i . ; '-••'* ' ..-••'!".. "".•.•••"-• : " ' j - . -j- ; Building and Goes on Sale L~" t Prints Pastels Sheers Plenty Large Sizes up to $2 Hundreds of On Safe

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