The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 28, 1935 · Page 3
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EVERYDAY PRICES FLOOR ENAMEL Quart 59c Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — Phone 46. West Side Square Social Events Methodist church Monday evening at her home on North West street, for an organization meeting. During the business session the following officers were elected: Ann Heckenhauer, president: Mary Kay, vice-president; Julia Ann McCorkle, secretary-treasurer; Viola Hewitt, Miriam Banta and Marina Graham, social committee; and Anna Brewer and Phyllis June Shupperd, publicity committee. During the social hour, games and contests were much enjoyed. At the close of the delightful evening, the hostess served delicious refreshments. Shower Party. Mrs. Hervey Anderson of Indianapolis and her sister Ruth Enneking entertained Monday evening at a very pretty party at the Enneking home in honor of Annamae Tebbe whose marriage to Andy Biltz will take place Juno • 3. The evening was spent in a , f 8 / inprry game of bridge the prize winners being Bemad hie McAvoy and Betty Eru-1.. i After the bridge ihf guests were invited to the dining room where a two course luncheon was served. The table decorations ol white cut flowers, pink ribbon an white tapers and the luncheon carried out the bridal colors of pink and white. Later the guests assembled in the living room where 'Miss Tebbe was presented with a shower of gifts. The hostesses were assisted 1 ' in entertaining by their motlier, Mrs. Joe Enneking and sister, Mary Enneking. Minnelialin Club. The Minnehaha club was delightfully entertained Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Harry BAPTIST RECEPTION, Rev. C. A. Wade!and Wife Start Second Year Here. The members of the First Baptist church entertained Monday evening at the church with a. delightful welcome home reception for their pastor, Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Wade, who have returned home after a two weeks' vacation, Old Kleyla Theater and Building Will .Boon Be Gone. WorJcmen Tuesday were razing he partition wall between the lompton & Son building and the ild Kleyla theater block and in a hort timo these buildings will bo to start their new year. The program for the evening Coy, with all but four of the members present, these being detained because of illness. During the short business session, plans were made for the tango party to be held Saturday evening, June 1, in the Red Men ball. An enjoyable social hour followed with lotto and" bingo as the games of the evening. Prizes were won by Mrs. Jesse Coleman and Mrs. Jesse Cook for lotto and Mrs. Harve Wilson for bingo. At the close of the evening, the lostess served a delicious lunch. Entertained Class. Esther Carnine entertained her Sunday school class of the Kemp Permanent Waving SLAUTER'S HAT AND BEAUTY SHOPPE The Happy Hour Club will be entertained Friday at. the home of Mrs. Will Day, 2 % miles southwest of Cicero. All members are asked to attend this meeting and if they have no conveyance to get in touch with other members and make arrangements to attend. Women of the Moose. The Women of the Moose will meet Wednesday evening at 8:Oil 'clock in the Moose hall. There •rill be a social time following hve business session. ll members are urged to be present. ITZ THEATRE Today and Tomorrow 'OH THiSCRKH\ latnee Thurs; Day Happy Hour Club. open'ed with a piano duet by Mrs. M. F. Williams and Mrs. Don Burkett, after which the group sang several pep songs. Speeches were given by the. following persons representing the various departments of the church: Ira Melson, board of deacons; Ed Coe, board of trustees; Mrs. Ralph Melson, primary department of the Sunday school; Lyman Klnnett, adult department of the Sunday school; Mrs. S. A. Gordon, Women's Missionary society; and Mrs. May Pape, Ladies Aid society. The remainder of the program consisted of a reading, Mrs. Mort Losey; two saxophone solos, Arthur Melson'; piano duet, Mrs Williams and Mrs. Burkett; and a chalk talk. Lev! Skelton. M. F. Williams, in behalf of the entire church, presented Rev. anc Mrs. Wade with a lovely bedside table, centerpiece, and lamp. In appreciation of the splendid work of the couple in this church dur in'g the past year. Mrs. Gertrude Lane and Mrs. Smith Cox, also presented gifts to Mrs. :Wade. The remainder of the evening was spent in a social way until a late hour when the ladies of th church served delicious refresh ments of pie, home made ice cream, and coffee. HIGHWAY OFFICE. State Commission Will Construct Building in Fort Wayne. STATE'S NRA ACT. DISAPPEARING. mt a memory. Contractor Henry Dattner of Detroit is ready to begin opera- ions on the new postoffice build- ng to be erected on this site as soon as the- old buildings are removed. It was hoped to have the site ready to turn over June 1, but to do this the wrecking company will have to increase the >resent force of workers. Much material has been salvaged from the buildings and sold to different parties and considerable repairing and building has been going on as a result of the razing. Alvin Rayl, who will superintend the erection of the building tor the government, is on the ground anxious to get started, it being the intention to complete the new structure before cold weather. (By nnltwl Preiwl. Indianapolis, Ind., May 28.— Bids on construction of a new highway office building at Fort Wayne "will be received by the State Highway Commission June 14, it was announced today. The building will be part of a construction program at Fort Wayne to provide adequate quarters .for engineers and equipment assigned to that area. Bids also will be received for work in remodeling the present highway garage to provide added space for equipment. Improving Daily. Legal Opinion on Its Status Expected Monday. (By United Press). Indianapolis, May 28.—The In diaha NRA act, passed by the 193fi legislature, is being studied by Fred Welcking and Joseph Hut- chlnson, deputy attorneys general, Governor Paul W. McNutt said today. The governor said they had promised him an opinion and statement on the. outlook tomorrow. He pointed out that an immediate decision is necessary because all purchases made by the state carry the stipulation, that the goods must be manufactured under the NRA. RECEIVED LEGION AWARD. Miss Anna Mae Bower Had Outstanding Rank. The Frankfort Morning Times carried pictures of the three junior high school pupils at Frankfort who received medals Monday at a presentation service held at the junior high school assembly room in that city. Miss Anna Mae Bower, a former Tipton girl, was awarded the Legion medal presented by Walter Cohee post of Frankfort, the presentation being made by Paul Kern for character, companionship, scholarship, leadership and service. Miss Bower, who was born in Tipton, is a daughter of Mrs. Lo- i y^- r^ ' i VETI RAN OF THE GRIP! fames Quick of Kokomo Has Been Selling Goods Many Years] . Monday morning a Tribune reporter who was in iHobbs, had an interesting brief visit with James Quick, veteran salesman who has been selling goods! IK this territory, longer than ' most people live. Mr. Quick now on the road for the | Mike Mascari wholesale house In Kokomo, started selling goods by sample many years ago and has j been visiting Tipton 1 lor years. Although 81 years of age, James Quick does not belle his name in! any particular. He quick In speech, quick in" action and quick in thought and few salesmen can 1 give a better account of themselves for the day than this veteran. He informed the Tribune i man he expected to remain on the road until he was 90 years of! age and from all indications he will do that and still be going stj-ong. He knew Landy R. Lee of Tipton when Mr. Lee was a merchant at Curtisvllle almost half a century ago and all of the early merchants of Tipton were on his visiting list, as the ones of today, j Mr. Quick has been a resident 1 PROGRAM TONIGHT. ' i ' Kempton Community Club Presents One at School Building. Tuesday night the Kempton community club will present an excellent program in the Kempton school building and the public is Invited. The program will start at 7:30 and Dr. Boyd A. Burkhardt county health officer will give a talk on "Health and Cafe of Children." Following the talk by Dr. Burkhardt the program will consist of a piano solo by Robert White, two numbers by the Kempton community orchestra and a playlet by members of the club entitled "Romeo and Juliet." Characters in this comedy based on the Shakespearian drama of the same title are: Juliet, Mary Cox; Romeo, Robert White: Mr. Capulet, Mervale Fisher: Mrs. Capulet, Maxine Peters; Paris Clyde Crail, and maid, Alice Ar nett. l_ era 'and interviewers. : Jesse at 21 has been in the athletic spotlight for six years, but never before did he have the stage entirely to himself. • ' - • Owens doesn't believe, Saturday was the utlimate of his achievements. Modestly he said, "it: someone had been; pounding at my heels in the 100, 220 or the hurdles I guess I could have gone a little Taster'than I did." Jesse's next meet will be the central states relays at Milwaukee June 7. After the Milwaukee meet, the Ohio State star, will compete in a Dual meet the Buckeyes have at Los Angeles June 15 with the University of Southern California, th& National Collegiates at Berkley June 21-22 and the National A. A. U. meet at Lingold, Neb. July 3-4. He has turned down a chance to go abroad with a picked team of American stars this summer. But he has his eyes on Berlin and the Olympics of 1936. is Miss Bower has a number other relatives and friends Tipton, who will be pleased trouble lor several able to be around Cash King, veteran transfer man who has been ill with heart months, is more freely now and seems to be Improving. He Is looking better and feels stronger, but recently has been having some bowel trouble. Mr. King- is a grandson' of Samuel King who donated the' land on I which the town of Canton, was (located in 1844, it afterwards becoming the Tipton of today. IN Not Losing Ground. E. A. Foster talked with the nurse in charge of Ed Goodnight •Monday evening and was informed that he had not lost any ground during the day and has an even chance .for making a recovery from a severe attack of pneumonia. Mr. Goodnight was taken to the Good Samaritan hospital at Kokomo Saturday afternoon in & very critical condition. ; »»* Try a Tribune Want Ad. fTEW Wash DreMM, $1, $1.19 ' Sale Continues This Week ETHEL IMG Oat Business Women's Club. The Tipton Business and Professional Women's club met Monday evening In the Palace of Sweets cafe with a good attendance of members present. The meeting opened with a splendid report of the state convention held .March 16, 17 and 18 at Richmond, given by the president Mrs. Cressle Glenn. She stated that the attendance trophy was won by Hagerstowh, that club having 18 ot their 31 members in attendance. Rushville club was the winner of the scrapbook prize and the inslgnal prize. During" the business session, further plans were discussed for sponsoring a show in the near future. A treasurer's report was given by Mrs. Nannie Grlshaw, the rettrtag treasurer. Plans were discussed for the new year and a committee consisting of Eleanor Clark, Lucy Elliott and Ruth Pickering was appointed to arrange the program for the coming year, assisted by Mrs. Sue Heckenhauer, Mrs. Lura Seright, and Alma Hinkle, a committee to choose the meeting places. At the close of the business period, a social time was enjoyed with the group working cross word puzzles. Mrs. Minnie Phares was the price winner with Almira Cox aa the winner. of low score. All departed after the serving of delicious refreshments. To Iftstt Sons. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mount and daughter Catherine and their niece Miss Jean Wlmer of Frankfort, will leave Friday morning tor Washington. D. C., where they will spend two weeks vacation with their sons, Kenneth and Millard, Mount and 5 their families. Both sonS'toaVe been employed in Wa*niactoii» for'jomi time.-They dell Bower, who at this time assisting in caring for her aunt, Mrs. Anna Behymer, who has been quite ill. Her father, Harry Bower, Is a partner in the DelMar Beauty Salon in Tipton. of in to learn of her being chosen as worthy of this Legion award. Is Improving. A further improvement was noticed in the condition of Miss Frances Sabens Tuesday morning. She rested better .Monday night and her pulse Is better. Miss Sabens, teacher at the First Ward school has been suffering from pneumonia, but tho crisis has been passed and It Is believed her condition will steadily improve. of Kokomo since a boy of 16, go- Ing there with his parents Mr. and MrsJ. .William Quick. He has been with the Mascari firm since 1932 and previous to that was with the; Kokomo Candy Company 23 years. Prior to that he was 27 years on the road for the J. H. Garrltsoh Wholesale house in Kokomo. All of that time his territory has; been central Indiana. Mr. Quick is known 1 to more hotel men, railroad trainmen, and merchants than any other one man in this section of the state. Of Scotch-Irish ancestory, he is always on' the alert and his years of meeting men In business has taught him much. He recalled that he sold W. N. McGraw, North Main street grocer, a stock ot candles wbjen Mr. McGraw first opened his establishment and has on him since. has been' twice mar- The orchestra : members who will play two selections prior to the playlet are Blanche Burgett Mr. and Mrs. D. V. Hinkle, George Auble, Jr., George D. Auble, Donald Barr and Joe Kemp. Tfie health talk by Dr. Boyd A Burkhardt is one of a series of scientific discussions of practical hygiene and care of babies and sick which will be given over the county in connection with' the FERA educational work. ATHLETIC HERO. Jesse Owens Is Cynosure of All Eyes at Ohio State. POT?R WEEKS SESSION. Board of Review Will Finish Meeting in Twenty-Eight Days. Commercial Class. The FERA commercial class will meet at the courthouse Wednesday evening at 7:00 o'clock instead of Thursday evening as had'been announced. All members are requested to take note' of the change in time and be present. MADE BY HAPPY PEOPLE Every woman knows that the best: cooks are thoie who really enjoy their work. A careless, dissatisfied cook can take the finest ingredient* and turn out very ordinary food. Kellogg's have always made the well-being of the.tr worker* a prime consideration. Long before the New Deal wan beard of, our employee* were enjoying' shorter working boon without reduction in living standards. To supply the immense demand for Kellogg Cereals; the plant is kept running day and night. But under the fouMhift system, no worker's''day i* longer than six hour*. ' ' Playgrounds and garden*, carefnl medical supervision, and the most ideal working conditions that can be devised, all contribute to «. healthy and happy group of employee*, '• ; . • - ' '" They like their work. They take genuine pride in the guitar •( the foott they make. Much of the sBperiorfty of Kd- logs'* Cw» flake* can be meed, to t$is attitude anai ofe worktar*. ried, both wives being deceased. He is the father of three children all married and has three grandchildren and one great grandchild. \ HUNTING-TON CASE. i Permanent Injunction Petition Is to Be Heard June 1O. •• ! • Huntington, May 28.—Suit of the Northern Indiana Power Company for a permanent Injunction restraining commercial sales by the Huntington municipal electric plant wfll.be heard June 19, Special Judge iDavId E. Smith, Fort Wayne, i announced^ today. The power .company now has a temporary restraining-order from the court and Mayor Clare W. H. Bang Is [in jail on a contempt conviction for violating the order. Issues of the case definitely were prepared for trial today when the powjer company replies to answers of the defendants -were filed before Judge Smith. i ' _, j <* *'* ; Had Big Convention. > I ; : Joe l|lattingly and Will G. Ryan, delegates to the. Knights of Columbus convention at Wash-: .ington got In early Tuesday 'morning and report the jstate meeting was a big one. The jdele- gates were royally . entertained and taken on an Interesting sightseeing trip to Vincennes. Frank Curran and Charles Biltz were also at the convention, Mr. Blitz having taken a ten days' vacation from his duties as sergeant of tffe state Highway police force and wlfl spend most of the '•• time In Tipton. | i • • • . Was Here Monday. i ; i H. P > Meyers, i former operator of a garment factory In Tipton, was here Monday 1 attending! to business!. matters and greeting friends, residing leaving moving „ has be< n in 'the manufacturing buslnesi for son el time. **• Columbus, O., May 28.—Jesse Owens, Ohio state's sophomore track start, returned to . school here yesterday and paid the penalty of being an athletic hero. Owens, the cynosure of • all eyes in the athletic world as the result of a record breaking .orgy Saturday at the Ann 1 Arbor, Mich., in the annul Big Ten cham- The board of review, which will convene Monday of next week will be in session 28 days, according to Deputy Roy Osier, the deputy stating that in years when real estate is not assessed, the law makes this the meeting period including Sundays. Judge Russell Tuesday named John Langan and D. M. Wheatley as the appointees to the board and they will serve with the county treasurer, county assessor and Bounty auditor. Sessions will be held in the commissioners' room at the courthouse and notices will be- sent of dates when persons wishing to consult the board can call. pionship, through a attempted routine day to go of class room work at the university, but it wasn't to be. From early morning until late at night he was hounded by admirers and beset by photograph- Wynekoop For Home Home Buil and Home Beit or Improvem Loan Court Street J. A. LEWIS,! Baby Verjj HI. o£ Jerry Sherman, small son Mr. and Mrs. Verl Beach who " side one mile south of Windfill, is again critically Jill, follow! ig an attack of the measles. Tjhe baby, only a year old. became [ill with the measles on May 12 and now his lungs are! Involved and also some mastoid compllcatlois. The baby had a long siege oi pneumonia in February and :or a time it was feared he would I ot recover. This latest: Illness conges at a time when his resistance low. •Mrs. Cleo Norris, who lives the north edge of iTipton, is lhq grandmother of the baby. Tribune Want Ads (Pay. Washington, May 28. — The su- premo court refused yesterday to interfere with the 25-year sentence-imposed on Dr. Alice L Wynekoop, Chicago physician convicted of the operating table murder of her daughter-in-law, Rheta Gardner Wynekoop, former Indianapolis girl, In November, 1933. Had U Yon Like Home Made Brea Ask for DePassefs Old- Fashioned POTATO BREAD. DePasse Bakery GUARANTEED PERMANENTS BEAUTY SALON DELMAR DON'T BUY ANY 1 Mr. Meyers, who has been i In Indianapolis since Tipton, stated he was re- to Martlnsvllle, where he Rev. B»ptl*t Mid-Weclc Topic. C. A. Wad* of the First i selected is his jventaki Anyr Preserves | aoda safely at teaperatgres below W? Fraezes pleaty of iee aid desserts qaiekly iMstassat ii the bt waatlar—b • ' * which makes, .COMPLETE Hill-. W !3V" J lEJUJTlFUL iMaiMgv H .•••••••••••i i i 'Miii ' .i T ->*» •> f i •» , "="* ,„ 47* *i "f'f-s'/.-vv. ; (s'-»iw ~'?--K~?fJ;g">-*-<t FUL MODELS.-. HI WITi TIE SBPEI * i **- * . 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