The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 23, 1935 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, May 23, 1935
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EVERYDAY PRICES Pint Rubbing* Q * Alcohol ISIC Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — Phone 40. West Side Square night. May 27. Attention was called to several dates, June 7, (Mr. Graham will speak at Tipton ill tin- Kunip M. E. church; June 215. the c-ounty picnic. After sev- iTa! songs and jvlls the meeting i adjourned. HELIED General Aid. I The General Ladies Aid society of the Kemp Methodist church met in regular monthly session Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Claude Crull, with a good attendance of members present. Following a brief business session, in charge of the president, Mrs. K. B. Leonard, Mrs. J. C. While was in charge of the lesson for the afternoon. The Merry Matrons club on-i Games and contests were enjoyed n very line mwtinK at the! joyed during the social hour with Mrs. Marion Day and Mrs. Denied Commutation of Sentence, Chapman Confesses to Officials. Social Events .Merry Malmus. in home of Mrs. Itulph Push Windfall Tuesday afternoon. Thirteen members answered Willard Goar as prize winners, i At the close of the afternoon. roll call with current events. Dur- 'delicious refreshments were served Mrs. in 1 -- the delightful snfial hour, a] contest of jumbled words was won! JVl y Mr;. (!. (I. Davis, and the prize ("' !t\ thr memory contest was won by Mrs. Sheila Gardner. The guests were then divided into two groups and a clothespin contest afforded much merriment. At the close of the afternoon, the hostess served a lovely Iniu-l:. giving tiny May jioles as favors. At the next meeting, an old fashioned dinner will be served at the noun hour at the homo of Mrs. Ed Simmonds, in honor by the hostess assisted by Float Jolly and Mis Amy Stewart. Rebekali Lodge. There were twenty-seven members of the Tipton Rebekali lodge No. SO2. who made the trip to Windfall Wednesday evening where they attended a delightful meeting. There were guests present from a number of surrounding chapters, and a class of candidates or | \vexe given the. work by the An- MURDERED A (FARMER Michigan City, May 23. — Denied an llth hour plea. Richard Chapman, 212, Hobart, confessed to state prison officials today he lied in seeking commutation of his death sentence. Chapman is to die in the electric chair at the state prison shortly after midnight tonight for the slaying of Henry Nolle, a farmer near Ainsworth. He was reported cheerful. The prisoner was visited by two Gary ministers. • SOLD KINDER PROPERTY. birthdays or three nf tin- mem-j derson degree team. Members ofj the team received much praise for thflir splendid manner of present- Sh.-irjKville -l-ll Oii Tlir- Suarpsviilo Cirls" -l-II club 1:1-1 May 21 at the Sliarpsvill-- .h»<>\ buildini;, with 15 members j.':'! one jirnior leader present. I'l.-id'-ni Mildred Foster called ill- mer-ting to order. Plans «(•;••• " .!<!•• to .sel! pop-corn Monday ing the service. At the close of the evening, a committee from the entertaining chapter served ment.«. delicious refresh- Dorna Qordon Wash Frocks, 98c Up LANE'S Phone isu. I:MI K. Jefferson Worth While Club. The meeting of the Worth While club which was to have been held Friday has been postponed until a later date. All members are requested to take note of the: change and watch for a further announcement. Permanent Waving SLAUTER'S HAT AND BEAUTY SHOPPE LAST TIME TODAY THEATRE SATURDAY ADULTS , Kill Kare Klub. , There will be no meeting of the Kill Kare Klub this week. All members of the organization are requested to take note change. of the Pine Baby Boy. \l Mr. and Mrs. Glen Woods of Kempton are the parents of a fine One of Tipton's Finest Residences Bought by Ed Holmes. Ed Holmes, long time Tipton business man, who has been retired from active mercantile pursuits for several years, has purchased the Esther Kinder property on North Independence street, known as the Will .Ogan home. Consideration is said to have been in the neighborhood <Jf $7.000. This modern home was build by O. P. Campbell and sold by him to Will H. Ogan, who resided there for several years. It is one of the best residence properties in,Tipton and well located, being in the 200 block on North independence street. The deal was made by the real estate firm of Foster & Purvis. ' ion or Home Ptujchaaing, Home Bt 4nd Home Remodeling or Improvements. The MI Building and Association Court Street r. A. LEWIS, Sec'y. i Lunc VTRRTAIXED LADIES. eon for Ladies at Home of Sirs. H. E. Grishnw. ThJ luncheon for wives of the doctors, who were here Wednesday intending the Ninth district Medical Association meeting, was not Veld at the Elksj home as scheduled, but the ladies were entertained, at the homq of Mrs. H. E. Grisbaw on North West street, the v Ives of local doctors assisting \ rs. Grishaw as hostess. The theater party j scheduled ras slso abandoned and the aft- ernoo i spent in bridge. During the noon luncheon Miss Alta 'Mount, pianist pliyed a pro- it the close L. J. Rich ards i;ave an interesting book review. Refreshments were j served at gram of numbers and of bridge playing Mrs. the c\ WILL BE ADVANCED. It. I). Mitchell of Kokonio to Head Indiana Rankers. B. D. Mitchell, president of the Union Bank and Trust Co. of Kokomo, and former Windfall banker, is slated to be advanced to the presidency of the Indiana Bankers Association at the state convention to be held in Indianapolis on June 5 and 6. .Mr. Mitchell is now vice-president of the as- ise of the afternoon. Are Tipton Residents. and Mrs. Dixort Trueblood mily have moved here from baby boy who arrived Thusrday isociation morning at 8:30 o'clock Beechwood hospital. This is the first child in the home and he has been given the name, Terry. Both he and his mother are getting along splendidly. Mrs. Woods was formerly Miss Helen Stafford of the Kempton community. at the' Tlle convention will be held at I the Claypool hotel and a program of exceptional interest has been prepared. Have the Fin. El Dorado The Magician: Escapes and. Baffling Mystery. —-and jTHETWaWOOD CHOPPERS FROM )AY Harold Fretz, rural mall carrier on route three out of Tipton, has been confined to his home for the |past several days with an attack of the flu. He is now recovering splendidly and hopes to be back' on his route in a few days. Nprman Mott, substitute carrier ton route two out of the Tipton post office is also ill with,, the flu, but lie too is improving very nicely. Is Improving, -1. Miss Frances Sabens, teacher in the First Ward schools who has been quite ill for the past several days,'Is reported better, her temperature being lower Thursday. Miss Sabens has a slight touch of pneumonia .along with her other trouble, the left lung being afflicted but this is better. v Super Clean — —|B I ithe name of that much talked of hard coal Edna Barkhart j Company sells. Try ft 1°* brooder stoves and base then yon will be a for it, tool BwkhartCo. Dealer. Fhon&ltff DTBMM and Hate A $10,000 CHECJt. Sent by Rosemvalfl Family to University of Chicago. Chicago, May 23. — Trustees of the Rosenwald family association, administering the estate of the late Julius Rosenwald, have sent a $10,000 check to the University of Chicago with comment that they desired to show approval of "academic freedom" in the university. At the same time the trustees promised that when Rosenwald's huge estate becomes fully avail-, able they will make the university one of the three principal beneficiaries in Its distribution. Hinkle Services. The funeral services for Albert Maywood Hinkle, whose death occurred at the home of his son VernSn Hinkle ot Prairie township Wednesday will be held at the Tetersburg Christian church of which he was a member many years. Services will be at 1:30. Instead of 2 o'clock as first announced. Burial will follow in the Tetersburg cemetery. Ford Selected. (By United Press). Indianapolis, Hay 23.—A Ford V-8 roadster -will pace the first lap of the 23rd annual 60-mile race May 30, officials of the Indianapolis motor speedway announced today. Edsel ford, Detroit, baa been invited to drive. No Improvement. There is no improvement in condition.6t Mn. J. W. Mr. and f Cincinnati and are occupying the south (side of the doijble at the corner of Green and Washington streets. Mrs. Trueblood was formerly JMiss Margaret Spies of this city, daughter of C. Aj Bates. Mr. Trueblood, who; has been the midwest superintendent for a large ^nsurance company, will open aj general insurance business with the Leavell & Bates offices over'tlie state. For a few weeks he will be in Indianapolis familiarizing himself with the Indiana insurance laws and with the general insurance lines that he will represent. BOUGHT crrt Indianapolis Firm Bay Equipment Fdr Kentucky Firm. I The boilers at 'the city light plant were sold to an Indianapolis firm by the city following tneir meeting 6f Wednesday •afternoon, the pricej paid being ?100.: jln- cluded Iri the contract is the j removal of the smoke stack and Ire- pairing all damage done in getting the 'boilers out' of "the building. .j [ The council also decided to advertise for bids for rewinding motors after securing proposals for the work running front $3,200 to $3,300, The proposals did not state compliance with, the NRA !Is Resting Easier. ! ' : Mrs. 1 Harry McNew ifc reported to be testing easier at jher home 230 Second street, she having returned 'from the Coleman hospital Tuesday, making the trip in an automobile, her husband going down after her. Mrs. McNew underwent a majoj^ operation 'May 6 and is .making a fine recovery, the attending physician itatfng that in I another week ste would be able! to be-up at intervals. All Day Meeting. The Martz class of the West Street ihrlstlan church Sunday school will hold an all day meeting wltt Mrs. Maggie Durr at her home 120 First street Friday and the ladites will quilt. Dinner will be served at noon and the public is Invited to eat with the members, who will prepare aj splendid meal foil the occasion. [ Clean Out Kidney provision and bids will be advertised. It will be necessary to rewind all iwo-pbase motors of the city as the new light plant now It process of Installation -will ; be three-phase. The council also decided to advertise for bids for lubricating and fueljoil for the new light plant which will use much ol this w^en it is operating. j The bids for a new car for the police department to replace the old one nbwf in use were openec and the contract awarded to the Tipton M$iri Motor Company on its bid of i$3S4 net. The company takes the old car of the city. Bids were received from the Service Motor Company, F. A. Callahan Will Burgess and the Tipton Main Motor Company. LOOKS LIKE GOLD. Wjorkmen 'on Sewer Find Sam With Many Yellow Pnrticles. :Word oh' the west side sewer foi- the city of Tipton is progressing slowly, on account of the great difficulty the men encounter by: reason!of sand. There seems toibe a bed of sand north of Jefferson street, of a very fine quality and itj is necessary to use heavy piling to prevent caving in on i the workers. The sewer trench in Kentucky Avenue south of Washington contains a sand which Is filled with small yelloWish particles" which glistens like gold there seeming to be a large amount of this deposit in the sand and some ql the workers are wondering il they have struck gold. The particles are what is known as i'Tools' gold" and have no value. i Tribe Removed. Wednesday afternoon the tube was removed from the side ol Betty Lee Legg, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Legg of this city^ where it had been placed several days ago to drain the pleural cavity of! her left lung. The little jgirl -was taken to the Beechwood hospital several days ago suffering with pneumonia, and her i lun'g has been draining for some time. Reports from the hospital Thursday morning stated she is gettink along very nicely. i Tonsils Removed. j : i . I Donald Godfrey of Sheridan babyi boy who-arrived Thursday morning at ithe Beechwood hospital for the; removal of diseased tonsils. He came through the op-* eration in a splendid manner, and latest reports stated he was getting along vei-y nicely. ; . Continues to Gain. Charlene Brifogle, daughter ot Mr. and Mrsj William Prifogle near Tipton,| continues to gala steadily at the Beechwood hospital vhere she has been a patient recovering fr6m pneumonia. It is thought she may be removed to her home before long. IT'S NO SECRET f ° ' muourt. \ (r • o 'cunt Getting Along .Nicely. William Tolle, who is confined to his home on Oak street with a throat infection which has been diagnosed at diphtheria, is reported getting along-nicely, although he carries a temperature around 192. The home is unde# quarantine and Mr. Tolle and other male members of the family are staying at the Commercial Hotel until permitted to return home. Tribune' Want Ads Get Results. GUARANTEED ERMANENTS BEAUTY ^URIHI SALON Mrs. Harry Robinson-of Green' street is gaining daily following a major operation Monday at the Beechwood hospital. She . came through the operation in a splendid manner and is getting along well. FEDERATION OP CLCBS. Indiana .Organization Is In Session at Indianapolis. Indianapolis, May wonien of today are the^ pioneers of spiritual frontiers, virtually concerned with preserving the best in the old order,.at the same time striving for a better criterion of human values and social justice, Dr. Josephine L. Peirce of Lima, 0., said in an address last night at the formal opening of the convention of the Indiana Federation- of Clnbs in the , Claypool Hotel. Dr. Peirce, who is second vice president 'of the General Federation 1 of Women's Clubs, is'a can- didate for the office ofj president. against Mrs. Roberta j Campbjell Lawson of Tulsa, Okla.i who will be .present at the Friday nftjht session of the state convention. • The election willUakej $Iace {at the triennial convention- ! of the general federation in! 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