The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 22, 1935 · Page 3
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Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 22, 1935
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Wednesday, May 22.1 EVERYDAY PRICES Pint Rubbing 1Q A Alcohol 19C Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — Phone 4O. West Side Square Social Events] ru»t:iin Psiul Circle. Captain Paul Circles Xn. GO. tesjs were the diversions of the evening. Contest honors were carried away by Jlrs. S. S. Edwards and .Mrs. Lloyd Owen. The evening was concluded with the hostesses serving a delicious llincli- con. Ti'i-Knppas. Tho Tri-Kappa sorority met Tuesday evening with Alta Mount at tin- home of Mrs. Pernial Blaz- ior on West Jefferson street, with a good attendance of members prniem. Tin- business session was cou- diirtcd by tin' president, .Mrs. Clyde Webb, and during this time a nominating -committee was appointed as follows: Alta Mount, Agnes Bowlin and Mrs. Robert Wickersham. The annual election Ladies of the G. A. It., held a of officers will be held at the next very fine nieetiii;; Tuesday even- ins in the G. A. U. hall at th? mealing. A report from the dance held rfinrt house. a splendid a!- recently in honor of the basket- tendance of members. Dunns; the business session, in charge of the president. Mrs. Xetta Lord, convention plans were discussed, and arrangements, were made to eo- op<-rate with ilie oilier "patriot!.• ordi T.; in the observance of Memorial Day. The main feature of the evening with liic" initiation of four cindidnH-s. Mrs. Until SaissHn". Mrs. Ilallie Coleman. Mrs. .losi.' ];arrow and Mrs. Maud 1 . 1 Moore, the latter of Chillicotlie. Mo. At the close of a delightful sn- clal hour, the entertaining committee served deli-ions refreshments of strawberry pie wliipprd cream. ball: boys, showed-a sum of $72 'turned in. Iti'ports wcro also hoard from the doilies and picnic sets being sold by tho girls, which seem to bp much in d'Miiand. The remainder of the evening w:is spout socially until n late hour when tho hostess served delicious ivfrrshnipnts. Lo.vnl Daughters. Mart* Class. ! Tho Martz class of the West Snreet Christian church will hokl it; regular monthly all-day qnilt- ii:^ Friday at the home of Mr.-;. y.-.'.zffie Diirr, 120 First street. There will be a pitch-in dinner :i: the noon hour, and all meni- in-3's are urged to be present. Class Party. The I.uyal Daughters class of ibi- Christian I'ible school en- jiiiv-d .-. d.-lishtful meeting at the 'ifinie of Mrs. Leslie Graham in s , Windfall Monday evening with Mrs. Eunice Hewitt and Mrs. Joy Pitrham assisting hostesses. Eighteen members were present and one guest Mrs. Clara Dale of Ko- Ur>rno. The scripture reading was The Loyal Daughters class of the West Street Christian church was delightfully entertained Tues- day'evening at the home of Mrs. .Marion Henderson, on Columbia avenue, with iMrs. Paul Egler and Mrs. Ivan Presler as assisting hostesses. The bouse was attractively decorated with bouquets of spring (lowers placed about the rooms. The brief business session was conducted by the president, Mrs. Hlanche Cochran. with the devotional service led by Mrs. Presler. Games and contests were en- PH1 BETA PSI MEETING. New Officers Installed at Meeting :.» Tuesday Evening. The Theta Delta chapter of the Phi Beta Psl sorority was entertained Tuesday evening by Mrs. Frederick Witte and Mary Kathrine Ryan, at the former's home on South Independence street, with a large attendance of members present. This was the closing business session of the year, and several matters of importance were discussed. A- lovely letter was read from the sorority mother, Mrs. Jessie Peck. Plans were discussed for attending the national convention to be held in June at Virginia Beach, Virginia. Final arrangements were made for the annual benefit commencement dance to be held Thursday evening. May 23, after commence- '• L'^'Al'-t 1 SHUT ment exercises, at the hall. The dance is in K. of P. honor of joyed during the social hour, with prizc-s won by Mrs. Carl Miller anil Mayme Reed. At the close of the . evening, the hostesses served delirious re- I'roslnnents of home-made ice en am with strawberries, mints, wafers, and coffee. All departed ate hour after a most delightful evening. AV. R. C. Moot ing. b\1 Eunice Hewitt. 'Wavnc Mitchell was in charge of the husi- sfssion. Games and con- Permanent Waving SLAUTER'S HAT AND IJEAlTTy' SHOPPE The Women's Relief Corps will meet in regular session in the G. A. R. room at the court house ou Friday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. A full attendance of all the members is'requested. Kntro 'Nous Club. THEATRE ONLY 2 DAYS LEFT i Coine Early for Seats ; Today and Tomorrow FRIDAY. SATURDAY ADULTS Kids, lOc IONDAY Tho Entre Nous club will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Art Smitson at her home, 222 Walnut street, and every member is cordially invited to be present. members of the 1935 graduating class, and all seniors attending will be given lovely gifts. Music for the dance is being furnished by Paul E. Driscol and his orchestra from Indianapolis. The proceeds from the dance will be used to swell the scholarship fund. It was announced that patrons and patronesses for the dance will be Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Zaloudek, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Abendrotb, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Schmith, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Stoner and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bolton. ' A report was heard from the decorating committee, in charge of arranging the K. of P. hall for the dance. The chairman, Mary Elizabeth Pyke, gave an outline of the plan of decoration which is being followed, and when her committee has completed its work, the hall will be a charming setting for this delightful event. All members of the sorority who have dance tickets are requested to check in their money and tickets by Thursday evening, in order that a complete checkup may be made as soon as possible. A treasurer's report for the past five months was made by the auditing committee, showing that much good has been accomplished during the past year by the sorority, and that the girls have worked faithfully to carry the financial burden in such a splendid manner. An invitation was read from" Miss Gladys Bevelheimer, a member of the graduating class of the City hospital school of nursing at Indianapolis, to her commencement exercises to be held in Indianapolis May 31," and also to the baccalaureate services to be held Sunday, May 26. A number of the Jam worke tal Tu rious JANE ADDAMS. Addams, pioneer social died in a Chiqago hospi- esday night, following a se- ibdominal operation. Miss Burdge receiving | many lov ely articles for her new home. The gift for the sorority was a silver cream and sugar, bearing the sorority crest. The remaider of the evening was spent in playing bridge, with high Kenneth Finley and Miss Burdge, and lew by Gladys Achenbach. A clever contest was won by Mrs. Mclntdsh. At angel core prizes won I by Mrs. he close of the evening, the hostesses served refreshments of food cake with strawberries and wiiipped cream, and coffee. BROODER HOUSE BURNED. Mr. nml Mrs. Lewis Srhulenberg I ad n Fire Tuesday. Mr. berg, lost one hundred little! chickens Tuesday morning when their broodur house burned. The until much Worth While Club. The Worth While club will meet Friday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock with Mrs. Harry Woodruff, girls expressed a desire to attend. The main feature of the even- ing''s business was the Installation of the officers for the coming year by the president, Mrs. Witte, who prior to the service, made a short talk expressing her appreciation to the officers, committees, and members of the sorority for their splendid co-operation dur- J and Mrs. Lewis! Schulen- residing west Of Atlanta blaze was not discovered :oo late to save ithe chick- 01 the building. This fire is of several which have occur- i red recently causing the farmers loss in cost of chickens and feed, and also in many• cases, the loss oi' a good buildin vision of Miss Windfall n'igh townships for 4-H alone is a and the patrons. at which time hour and refre happy addition to ivork sessions. I ' : * j Curtisville jfc" - -..'•! • £•• • •* -F'-.' - Jt., I • • • -<^*i, Vt - iV-^'-r.'v "l._ "_^;. ;j.,"-ijp " •• '•«, ~v ^ • '. i -• v-- "•"•**• '- . <: - :. T *- ! . .—>->*:, ?•,-•- .-•• •„ £hiM:::;a1*^ MJB NEWS. . j". t' ; M ! . !i CInbs in WQdckt son Townsfiips. ' 11 4-H 'Clubs. t and Madison town% are swinging into' i ' ost satisfactory way. re undfer the supers Dorothy Tolle, ics teacher in tHe i school, and have lembers, the largest nrolled in these two 4-H |work. This endid tribute to the popularity of this ," both with the girls ns. : plans to entertain ubs for one meeting during the summer, e a pleasant social esliments will be a n to the regular * * e 4-H Meeting. srnoon, May 20, the ti club ; met at the g and began work ous projects. This last week, has the ers: President, Mil:e-president, Eugen- and secretary and anptn Wpismillpv MAY BE OOiTDEMJJED. . •-. : • ' • ' ; i Elephant That Killed Trainer May lie Pud to Death. • : Baldwin Park, Calif., May 22". — Prince, a huge -bull "killer" elephant which gored a keeper to death during a stampede at the Al G. Barnes circus grounds, may pay with his life for the vicious attack, .circus officials said today. The "rogue": bull was held fast with heavy log .chains, confined to his stall, while a coroner's jury prepared to meet tomorrow to Investigate the death of the 40- year-old trainer, Joe Reed. Prince may be electrocuted or shot, depending upon the findings of the coroner's jury, circus ofll- clals indicated. The bull, being rehearsed for a burlesque dance sequence in a motion picture, stampeded with seven other elephants and horribly mangled Reed who attempted to calm the beast. The elephants were being trained for "The Big Broadcast of 1935." They suddenly broke from formation and seven of them' plunged over the flircus grounds, laying about with their trunks and trumpeting loudly. Prince, "known, as a "rogue," was hobbled and was unable to lumber off with the others. En- . f MRS. MOOW ' ' • i . • " • Former Queen of i Will Try to C (By United New York. May after .seven weeks Mrs^ Helen Wills up her tennis racqu for Europe, it was her; saying that sh as ever. •She may not be. n't believe it she ne left Frisco. More< that she is confide enough to whip H cobs, called "Jake. Mrs. Moody left Winmbledon, wher the all-English ehai start, and where sh cobs probably will first time .since M the backache in Au That backache i threatened to end hottest feud betwee we've ever had. called~-that Miss Ja in three games of national champions Moody quit, and de cobs of the triumph (except by defajflt; earned by passing of practice Moreover, it means 'the best and It .will be re- la iMcDaniel, treasurer, ! \\ who also acts as news reporter. i • * * Leisure 4-H Club. Tuesday afternoon, May 21, the raged, he attacked Reed, chased him to a pole and gored through the shoulder. him The trainer tried to climb the Leisure 4-H club was entertained pole, but the elephant grasped at the home of their teacher, 'Miss h 'm in its trunk, flung him to the Dorothy Tolle. The officers of the ground and gored him three times Club are: President, Marjory Me- before other atendants drove him Casky; vice-president, Georgetta away. Jones: secretary and treasurer. Garnet Fields; news reporter, Marjory Tolle, and song leader, Laura Clem. After the work hour came a social good 1 time with pleasing refreshments.! The Leisure club is composed of older girls this year who were all presentj at tne first meeting and who have their projects under way early. They already have two seals on their charter,' and are determined to annex a third* this summer. BIG; DELEGATION. ,6. At Kokomo Meeting. A number of TIpton ladies were at Kokomo Wednesday where they attended the fortieth annual conver tion of the Women's Home Missionary society of the Kokomo 20S ing the past year. South Coude street. A full attendance, of members is desired. Baptist Ladles' Aid. The Ladies' Aid society of th? First . Baptist church will my»et Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Mrs. S. A. Gordon at her home. 429 North Main street. All members are urged to be present. Modern Priscllln. The Modern Priscllla club will meet Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. T. D. Foster, 411 West Jefferson street. All members are requested to take note and bo present. The new officers who were in- The Tipton Rebefcah lodge will meet in regular session, Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the I. O. F. hall. All members are urged to be present. Hold Modern Farm. The firm of Purvis & Foster has sold the Mary Calhoun farm of 13 acres one-half mile south of Atlanta to Rev. M. V. Grlsso. This la a modern farm and Rev. Griaso and 4f fe *"! ltve on it. They now reside! at Ligonler but Rev. Grisso Is retiring from the ministry. of Dresses and Hats. Ml Thlf Week ' stalled at this time were: Mrs. George Cline, president; Mrs. John Walker, Jr., vice-president; Mrs. Walter Miller, corresponding secretary; Christine Thomas, treasurer; and Lucile Burdge, Mercury editress. Mrs. Cline, In behalf of the chapter, presented Mrs. Witte with a lovely silver tray, in appreciation of her untiring efforts during the past year. Mrs. Cline then made a short talk outlining briefly her plans and ambitions for the new year, and appointed the following committees: Recording secretary, Vivian Crall; chairman milk fund, Mrs. Gerald Runyon; chairman layettes, Mrs. Elbert Mitchell; scholarship committee, Opal Honnold, Ruth Spauldlng, Crystal Stewart, Mrs. Dale Morehead, and Mrs. Witte; publicity chairman, Ruth Pickering; flower and gift committee, Mrs. Guerney Mcln- tosh and Marion Smith, and calendar committee, Mary Esther distric at the that cl Mrs. dent o the pr< ing ch Bertha Compton, presl- ' the Tipton society was on gram in the morning, hav- irge of the memorial serv- year. special en yea districi come. gram, interes Methodist churches, held Grace Methodist church In ice conducted in honor of members who have died during the At this convention, .there was recognition of "Girls Gold," and young people of the were made especially wel- A young people's banquet part of the evening's pro- Fipton Sending Large Number of Legionnaires to Kokomo. Charles Sturdevant Post : No. 46, American Legion, will sent a big delegation to the district meeting af Kokomo Thursday evening, May 23 and the Auxiliary will also be well represented, i The meeting is sponsored by the James j D. Golliday post of Kokomo and opens with a banquet at the Eagles Home at 6:30, followed by a parade through the business district and returning to the Eagles Home where the business session will be held, both-for the Legion j and Auxiliary. The business sessions will be cut short. ' Following the business session dancing will be the form of entertainment arid for the occasion the Kokomo post has provided an excellent orchestra. ; Tipton will likely be chosen 1 as the place fcjr the June meeting, it not having j been held here since 1933. i Reed died in a Covina hospital a short time later. . He was training them to burlesque a dance by chorus girls appearing in "The Animal In Mel' number, in which Ethjbl Merman, singer, was starred. None of the 'film company was at the scene at the time of the stampede. A MEN'S MEETING. !<; Announced for the Christian Church Friday Evening. this evant. Damage Suit. Indli.napolia, May 22. — Retrial oi the $200,000 da nage suit filed b f the Indiana Guide Publishing Company of Huntingdon against the Farm Hobbu, Frieda Mrs. Harrison Boring, • Ann O'Banlon and Hartley. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Frank Bunch In Tetersburg and will be held Jane' 4, at which time the new officers will take charge. The social hour opened with a miscellaneous bridal "shower In honor of 'Hisa Lnolle a member of the.tororlfy,; wfc r.J* * *? I *J/fr...^ *^»ii2__i* "i**' «*L«?£t££i a speaker of outstanding ected for t having been se Friday evening at .7:30 o'clock at the West ' Street Christian church there will - be a men's meeting at which the Laymen's Missionary Association program of Chicago, recently enjoyed by local men of the church will be discussed. Ebert Allison, Prof. W. D. HIatt, and Rev. H. R. Pearcy will conduct the discussion which is certain to be-of utmost interest i all. All men of the communit; are most welcome. Ladies will also be admitted and a section of the church wil be reserved for them. fashioned lathering. The fact that Mrs. Moody really had the backaches—or, as it is known -in our circles, a strained sacro-iliac from lifting rocks in her garden—didn't take any of the zing out of it for Jake She wamted that win by decisive scores over perhaps the only woman tennis player with whom she was not and is not on speaking terms. HAD GOOD CROWD. Bingo Party Given by Knights of Columbus Well Attended. The Bingo party given by the Knights of Columbus lodge at their headquarters Tuesday night drew a large number of persons, members being privileged to bring guests. Play continued until late and several splendid scores were made by some of the players. Morelock-Barrett. COUNTY FARM SUPPLIES. 'apers Unit, Inc. Mid-West was opened In federal court yesterday. The complaint alleges eral fa rm papers in tl e Middle West, including the Pral er, coribined In vlolatii n of thu Shernu n anti-trust laws monopc ly on advertlsin ;. Farmers' that sev- •le Farm- to gain a THE FRIENDLY CXTJB. All Day Meeting Held at Home of Mrs. Cora Lentz Tuesday. The Friendly Club held an all day meeting- with Mrs. Cora Lentz at her home on South:East street Tuesday with 14 members and several guests present. Members brought well filled baskets and at the noon hour a delicious pitchin dinner was (served. \ \ < 'Following} a short business session held after the meal had been- cleared awajy, the afternoon was spent in Bingo and other games: Prize winners were Mrs. Harry Coy> of Tipton, Mrs. lilllian Platt of Elwood, fend Mrs. Cleo Massey of Indianapolis. Grocery Firms of County Asked to Submit Proposals. . Bids for furnishing the supplle: for the county <farm for the com. ing three months will be receivec at the office of the county auditot and the contract awarded by the board of county commissioners a the regular meeting, June 3. • Grocers of the •county can file their bids on the articles needed which Include sugar, coffee, cereals, dried fruits, canned vegetables, cleaners, soap, tobacco, molasses, matches and other articles. Will Visit Parents. Slot MacElnes. Tallahassee, Fla., May 22. Legalization of , slot! machines: with the state expecting to get jaj. million dolli rs annually in taxes, was voted yesterday byj the house, 44 to 36. and --Marcus! Bury and ote, ' Mr. and Mrs. James Herbert of Sharpsville have j a letter f-oin tiieir son Stanley,; who is superintendent of ths schools at" tltf Michigan CH/ stiite j.vison, staging he will take! a vacation and will be in Sharpsville May 27 for a visit with his parents. Tho letter stated he had; been.granted a two weeks' leave] Stanley Herbert has had charge of the prison schools for the past two years and likea the'.work very much. The classes Include the first grade to the high school and 75 students are enrolled. Several teachers are employed in caring for the different, grades and some men well advanced in years are talcing the first grade work, learning to read and write while, serving sentences. Roof Damaged, The fire department made a ran to the home <f Mr. nad Mrs. Sam Jennings, 135 Kentucky Ave., Tuesday , evening when fire was of. The blan The marriage of Helen Mar,ie Barrett and George Kenneth Morelock came as a surprise to ECempton friends on Tuesday, when the announcement was made. The ceremony was performed Sunday evening at the Christian church parsonage hi Tipton by the Rev. H. R. 'Pearcy. who -read the single ring service. The attendants at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller of Tipton and Mr. and Mrs. James Osborn of Sheridan. : The bride was attired In a light blue crepe dress with white ac-j cessories to match. She Is the! daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. Thomas J. Barrett, two miles south ofj Kempton, and is a graduate of the Kempton high school with the class of 1932. The bridegroom is the son of John Morelock, living three miles south east of Kempton, and since 1925 has been employed at Battle Ground, near Lafayette where ed with the class of 492'6. He is now employed by the Baker Product's Co., being Carroll county salesman, and later the couple will 'reside at Camden. Bpth young people have a host pf friends' who are extending their best wishes. Loan Mon< For Home Purchasing, Home Building, and Home Remodeling or Improvements. Tlie Tipton Building and Loan Association Court Strjeet . [ J. A. LEWIS] Sec'y. | GUARANTEED PERMANENTS DELMAR BEAUTY SALON PLAYGROUND PLANS. Arrangements Being Made for This Project in Atlanta. . The Atlanta Parent EducatioVt group held a very, ' interesting meeting at the Atlanta -library Monday evening, during which' time, plans progressed splendidly for the children's ; recreational playground being erected in that own. -. j' --' The plans for the grounds have • been approved by the necessary state officials, and the following officers were elected to ta|ke charge of the arrangements: 'resident, Charles Long; •vibe- president, Cleo Swing; treasurer, Ralph Cochran, and temporary secretary, Francis Lambert. ! Committees .will be appointed within the next few days, and a drive for funds will be made. Already a number of articles and much material has been donated by residents of Atlanta and community, which will be of much benefit in arranging the grounds. IB gradual* Enjoyable Trip. Mr. and Mrs. : E. D. 'Downey and Mr. and Mrs. George Freeman of his city,' motored -to Ztonsvilte Sunday 'where they visited the Tudor Gardens. They enjoyed a delightful day seeing the sights of that part of the state. Refrigerators "-- ' ''-«*;• ' When Looking for Something Different in Bread, {Get DePasBe Potato Bread DePasse Bakeiy Tl-.fl.. »f *^* ~ t'baM then yon Witf be <& Mora - TM-SHELW

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