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

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, June 3, 1935
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June S, IJT15. EVERYDAY PRICES WALL PAPER AND PAINTS Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — Phone 40. "- West Side Square Social Events] Birthday Surprise. i H. E. Castor of Hobbs was the victim of a clever surprise Sunday.; when a number of friends and ; relatives gathered to assist him in the celebration of his thirty-ninth birthday. The occasion was also in honor of the fifty-fourth birthday of his sister, Mrs. Maude Burkett of Tipton. The celebration was held ru the Castor home in Hobbs, having been arranged by Mrs. Castor. A bountiful piteliin dinner was enjoyed at the. noon hour, after which the remainder of the day was spent socially until a late hour. Surprise Tarty. Mr. and Mrs. Oval Dever en- tPrLainml Sunday at their home southeast of Ilohhs with a sur- prize party in honor of the former's mother, Mrs. Jesse Parish. A bountiful pitchin dinner was enjoyed, with several large birthday rakes. Prior to serving th<^ nn-al. the guests gathered about tin- table while Arthur Dever. oldest son of Mrs. Parish, asked Ihi- blessing. The remainder of the afternoon was spent in games, and other swial features until a late hour. Those present besides Mrs. Parish and daughter. Violet, and Mr. never and family were Ivan Hamilton. Arthur Dryer and family. all of Elwood; Mr. and Mrs. George Wilkins. Atlanta; Law- renre • Anspacli and family of Ft. Wayne; Luther Dever, Mrs. Malinda -Julius. Mrs. Louie Stack, Madeline Stack. Loran Dever. near Windfall. Garnet Field-. Helen Louis Fields, and Verlin Keece of Windfall. Madeline Stack accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Anspach and family to Ft. Wayne for a week's Willing Workers; The Willing Workers 4-H club of the Beech Grove ' community held their first regular meeting at the home of Phyllis Ray Thursday afternpon. The meeting was In charge of the president. Catherine Horton after which a lovely social-hour of games and contests were enjoyed by the group. At the close of the meeting dainty refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held June eleventh at the home of Marjorie Shinlaub. (By United Press). New York, June 3. — E-ven urse tiptoed silently Into the capital room of Harry Pfleger t dawn today. Harry already was wake. He smiled and closed a ellow bound novel of the West. "My." he. exclaimed, "but hose guys—those forty-niners— ere brave!" And then Harry, Just 14, still uffering the agonies of a recent mputation of his left leg. and wasted by a complication of viru- ent bone and blood diseases, haltered of the hardships of pio- eers while the nurse prepared im for his 83rd blood transfu- ion and S9th operation in six months. Harry was a bit astonished at suggestion that he himself was rave. Naw, of course I'm not brave,' e scoffed. "There ain't anything o be scared of." \<-u- Hope Ladies Aid. Delij-Ittful Surprise. Mrs. Thomas Downing was given a delightful surprise party Sunday at her home in Hobbs, in honor of.JUT fifty-ninth birthday. The gai'sts were gathered at the home when she returned from church services, and she was coin- plfti-'.y surprised. A di-iii-ioiis piti'hin dinner was enjoyed al linon. the centerpiece for the heavily laden table being a large birthday cake baked by Nina Zit linger, and ilororatiu with lighted randies. Guests for the delightful day included Dr. and Mrs. Van Trum and daughter, Jean of Niagara Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Carver Downing. Minor Harter and family, Mrs. Kfiie Hessler and daughter, Florence, and Mrs. Delia Zitting- or and daughter. Nina, all of near Hohhs. Mrs. Downing received a number ot lovely gifts from her friends. Permanent Waving SLAUTER'S HAT AXD BEAUTY SHOPPE LAST TIME TODAY Tlie Ladies Aid society of the New Hope church will hold no meeting this week and members aro asked to take notice of the change. The next meeting will bo held with Mrs. Zola Gaiser on Wednesday. June 12th. All mem- iers are expected to be present. Captain Paul Circle. The Captain Paul Circle, No. !), Ladfes of the G. A. R., will meet Tuesday evening at 7::?0 o'clock in the G. A. R. hall of th* 'ourthouse. Every member and officer is especially urged to lie iresent, and convention plans vill be made at this time. Free Fish Fry Following Ceremony Woclnesdiiy Xifiht. Regular installation of the new fflcers will be held next Wednes- ay night, June 5, and a free fish ry will follow Hie ceremony of nslallation. C. A. Taylor, past exalted ruler f the lodge will be the master of eremonies and will place the of- cers In their proper stations. Officers to be installed are ohn P. Roseberry, exalted ruler; oe Law, leading knight; Noel A. 'urvis, loyal knight; Charles O'Toole, lecturing knight; Frank Recobs. secretary; H. S. Mathews, treasurer, and C. A. Bates, rustee. All members and sojourning Iks are requested to attend the nstallation and remain for the sh fry following. Christian Church Aid. The Ladies' Aid society of the West Street Christian church will meet Wednesday afternoon at ?:30 o'clock with Mrs. S. A. Culver at her home, 423 West Wash- ngtou street. All members are irged to be present. Missionary Meeting. The Women's Home Missionary society of the Kemp Methodist church will meet Wednesday aft ernoon at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs A. A. Bridge at her home, 214 Green. A full attendance of mem bers is desired. Phi Beta Psi. The Theta Delta chapter of th Phi Beta Psi sorority will mee Tuesday afternoon at 7>30 o'clock with Mrs. Walter Miller at he home, 418 Columbia avenue. Al members are urged to be present Concle Street Club. The Conde Street club wil meet Tuesday afternoon with Mrs William McGraw at her home 220 West Washington street. Ev ery member is urged to be pres ent. Tri-Kappas. Tues. - Wed, - Thurs. wnorl The Tri-Kappa sorority wll meet Tuesday evening at 7:3 o'clock with Mrs. Ernest Rosen thai a-t her home, 327 South Wes street. All members are- urged t be present. Busy Bee Club. The Busy Bee club will mea Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Charles Foutch at her home, 33 North Main street. Dr. Roberts, chiropodist, tt European hotel. Tuesday GUARANTEED PEEMANBRTS BEAUTY SALON tbe.Bwne of that Web I ofha*d.«Ma MM oes to! 88rd Blood Transfusion arid ! His 80th Operation. Klrklin. The c marriage were Mrs. children. The bride wore a of sweet peas. courle Mr. season. ELKS TO INSTALL. McBride Circle. McBride Circle No. 46. Ladies f the G. A. R., will meet in reg- lar session tonight at 7:30 'clock in the G. A. R. hall of the x>urthouse. Every ofBcer and nember is especially requested to be present, as there is business of mportance to be discussed. Mr. and Mrs. taken place at the St. Mary's parish house in Alexandria May 25. The ceremony was performed bv Rev. Scheetz, of St. Mary's Catholic church in Alexandria in the presence of a few friends, they being attended by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Johnson, the latter being a sister of the bride. The bride was attired in white and carried a bouquet of roses. Her sister was in gray and carried a bouquet of roses. The newlyweds are at home to their friends at 624 West Adams street, 'Muncie, the bridegroom being employed there in railroad work. *•- -"F^^. ati. ~ y — rrr t fv « < t*r >-<*• ju put. _ ; at 6 o'clock the Methodist n, Rev. J-. A. r of the Wind- ch, united in re Dewltt, the nd Mrs. John , and Restine Bert Scott of witness to the 3. Land and a blue outfit with white acted a bouquet v. Land per- ring ceremony, s. Land served to the bridal cott left on a trip, following ! at home to west of Tipton, rented for the arriage. >nest Phillips announce the son, Burl Phll- •ed Fisher, of edding having ~~ BEATJ 1 [TRUI, WEDDING. ___^___ Nnpiials 6: ' Miss Annamae Tebbe and Andrew 3. Blitz. i Huge ferns Intermingled with pink and white peonies and candytuft artistically arranged In a semi-circle [at the foot of the altar glowing wjith white tapers In golden holders created a picturesque settjns Monday : morning for the wedding of Miss Annamae Tebbe and Andrew J. Blitz. The single ring ceremony was performed | by the Reverend Father F. Joseph Bilstein in St. John's Catholic church at eight o'clock. Bob Biltz, son of the groom, and Bob Cox were the servers. . i Sister Juliana, a talented organist froin St. Joseph's Academy, Tipton, rendered beautiful airs throughout the services. She was assisted by a selected choir composed; Of local young ladies. The bridal party entered the church in unison with the impressive strains of Mendelsshon's wedding Anarch. During the nuptial mass a special "Ave Maria" was sung by the choir accompanied by Sister Juliana. Entering with her father, the bride wasi charming in pastel pink mou^seline de sole, fash- sented 'a of honoi mousselin close fltt many tinj tons, the having a with a p ing pictu were in carried £ and clar Miss L Forest, a very elfi made wi and butte pie ribbo curls. Sh of variou dragons : Charle Blitz, brc ed as Brown a friends o ers. The gi ushers at •were att: shoes am Mrs. J the bride baby blu simply a blue orn After Baptist Notice. The boys of the First Baptist church will meet Tuesday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the home of M. F. Williams, on the corner of Armstrong and East streets, to play baseball.- All boys of the teams are urged to attend. Reinhardt, piano tuner. Call Mrs. Frank Russell. c-208 ioned with plain neck and low decolletgejin back over which was a deep double cape finished with a double ruffle. The dress, form fitting to the knees, fell in a cascade of small circular ruffles to I the floor in front, with a slight train finished in uneven ruffles. Her gloves and slippers were In the pastelj pink. She carried a large pink lace handkerchief, it being an heirloom. Her loijg tulle veil in pastel pink was Caught low at the back by a rhinestone tiara. She carried a shower bouquet of pastel pink roses and gracefully drooping clarkia. Miss Mdrgaret Tebbe, sister of the bride was lovely as bridesmaid in' "wild rose moussellne de sole fashioned !with double bertha collar and ai skirt of tierred ruffles touching the floor. She wore a large picture hat and accessories in the wild rdSe, and carried roses and jclarkia in keeping with her color [scheme. Miss Annamae Blitz of Brookville, niecje of the groom and special friend of the bride, pre- lovely picture , as maid >r in deep blush rose ne de sole .made with ting jacket trimmed 'In ly plaited ruffles and but- 5 floor caressing skirt deep flare and completed plaited ruffle. Her droop- ure hat and accessories the rose shade and she American Beauty roses rkia. LaVerne Tebbe . of Oak i cousin of the bride, was Bn in rosepink organza Ith many circular ruffles erfly sash. A Shirley Teman nestled in her dark lie carried a large basket us shades of pink snap- and asparagus fern. es W. Biltz and Raymond others of the groom, act- his attendants. Alfred and .Norman Frisz. close at Mr. Biltz were the ush- traveled In a yellow and white suit. " ,*, •"Mr. Biltz is a well known business man in Tipton, now connected" with the Farmers Oil & Tire Co. Mrs. Bil'tz was graduated from St. Joseph's Academy, Tipton, and has for several years been employed, at The Citizens National Bank of Tipton, now holding the position of savings cashier. Among the out-of-town' guests here for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Biltz, Sandy Ferris and Norbert Bernhardt of Bropkville, Leo J. Tebbe and Miss Angela Myers of Oak Forest, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Q. Ertel and Mrs. Anna Tebbe of St. Mary's, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Brown of Cedar Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Biltz and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hardebeck of Elwood, Mrs. Joseph Zimmer, Miss Hilda Zimmer, Harry O'Brien. Mr. and • Mrs. William Biltz • '. and daughters of Indianapolis, 'room, his. attendants, the j Miss Mary McCann of Peru and ind the father of the bride tired in' white suits and id maroon ties. John M. Tebbe, mother of e, wore coral lace over : 'a ue slip, fashioned very ind delicately trimmed in laments. the ceremony a four- >reakfast, carrying out the olors of pink and white ved to sixty-five guests' at le of the bride's parents. Mrs. John' M. Tebbe. and while columbine and a surrounded the huge srred wedding cake on the ible, the cake having been >y Mrs. Joseph Q. Ertel, the bride. William Rollings, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. T. F. Burke, m Webber, Mrs. Alvin Teb- August Tebbe, - and the Slonelle Watson, Mary Ann lilda Schmitt, Charlotte , Mary 'Ka y Ryan, Betty- Mice Brady, Bertha Gall ry Johannes, relatives and of the bride served the at. Mrs. Emma Ripberger of Kokomo. " , . Wore at Angola. Mr. and Mrs. John Hash and daughter. Mary Margaret. 01 North Main street spent the week end at Angola with Mr. and Mrs^ S. D. Rouls and daughter, Jan- alyce, former "residents of Tipton. Saturday evening, the Tipton people were given a delightful surprise when three former teachers in the Tipton high school gathered at the Rouls home for supper. Guests were H. M. Dtelc- son and family, former .superintendent of the city schools, John Howard and family, and Otis Guyman and family. , Miss Hash and Miss Rouls spent Saturday evening and Sun- . .. . nay, with a former college ciium, Marian Ringle of Fort Wayne, at the Ringle cottage on Crooked Lake. Snrainr*! Aiiklo. Dave Stafford is. confined to his r .^^a0PBIH vWfiKKllHi wiRCrMHI . ,rr']Tt r$m Loan I : ! • - TnTnT^i ! .U — N [T'.*3H Money! For Home 'Purchas^igjFrr Home Building, and Home Rem<3Jdeling\' ! or Improvements.' ' j _. ! ! ' - ••>• .... j The |j,.. ,j Tipton Building and • : ! : 1' J (T ; - f-':, Loan Association Court Street! : J. A. LEWIS, Sec'v. "' M 1 : i . v lit -' ". with a sprained ankte ! which la causing him much-paini •''• lie was injured wjhliie driving) some cows from the Hebron farnil to his own place-;, turning hiaj ankle when he_stepp«jd on a rocS in the road. Robert Herron, wad . L • i ' was assisting him dijive the animals, helped him toj his home, where the injured member was: treated. : j .. ... i Mrs. Stafford is employed ; ,atj the tin plate at Elwood, but will be unable to return to his work. for a few days. ; i ! ; : Cinnamon Buns ; and Cup Cake. si DePasse Bakery >• 1 ! ; . ! 1 i - . i ' ! YEW ! i Wash Dresses, $1; $L19 Sale Continues This j Week , ETHEL KING i ! 1 breakfast. Following an all day reception Mr. and Mrs". Biltz left by motor on a two-weeks' trip through the west. They expect to visit Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wilson and family in Grand Junction, Colorado, Mrs. Wilson being a sister of Mr. Biltz. They will be at home In Tipton when they return. The bride INDIVIDUAL AND CLASS LESSONS IN SINJOING Ralph Russell, of Kpkorjijio Friday Mornings at Presbyterian: Chufcnjr' e 1S36, E.-J. BOTokh Ittbi Co. DIVING PETE DESJARDINS Olympic Diving Champlo ATHLETES SAY: » .V ! SHOT PUT LEO SEXTON Olympic Shol-Pu! Record Holdar BIKE RACING REGGIE MCNAMAI "Iron Man'' of 'Bike" Racing r/. teJ ptnoisj, My*:"! ref ffrf s winner bf many U. Si an Camels—they newer get my wind or jangle my nerves." When athletes agree upon one cigarette, Wood, die golf star; Reggie McNamara, its mildness is placed beyond question, the <l b,ike"racer, and SosanVilas^of swim- ''tor they must be safe about mildness! mingfame-r-all outstanding athletes who Pete Desjardins says: "Camels are so mild say they jamolfe'Camels alTthey please, that I can smoke as many as I likt and without di$turbing)th'eit!wind or nerves, still keep my wind in perfect condition." Mora ehfoynMutitoivyou in.this mlM Pepper Martin; fleet-footed St. Louis cigarette! You'll find you can smoke Cardinal, says: "Camels are mild—don't Camels all you want! And athletes say that cut down on my speed* or wind." j Camel's costlier tobaccos don't tire their And Pepper is backed by Leo Section, taste—don't upset their nerves or get Olympic shot-put record holder; < 2nig their "wind.7 as it i* to any duunnioa. SfflokeCiuiieb 1_ Jf _ lay Cameb never upset-'the oerres, never , -. Ifi/ i are- made"ifitoinL;finer,-[:

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