The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on June 7, 1935 · Page 6
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PRIOCOF VTLAXTA. Kieth and Max Taylor of Anderson visited over Memorial Day MiMcel Basey visited from Thurs-1 with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Taylor. Miss Emily Murphy and. Mrs. Charles Apple, Junior Long and Joe Hall. Conrad Rodenbeck and family of Indianapolis were, guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sowers. day-Tin til Sunday evening, with Mr. rand Mrs. Chas. Long. Miss Basey is making her home £pr the | Mary Doty of Noblesville, ; were i They also visited Dr. and , Mrs. present with Mr. and Mrs. John j Sunday callers at the home of'Frank Rodenbeck. Other guests Neldhelmer near Hobbs. Mrs. Henry Gunst, Sr., was ] brought to the home of her son,| in Atlanta Thursday. Airs. Gunst I underwent an operation at thej Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Murphy. ARCADIA. Carl Overdorf was at Indianapo- Coleinan hospital several weeks | ] is Sunday and attended a lunch- ago,, and is getting along nicely j eon given .for the employees of at this tim&. Rudolph Deiterling and family n J "E*,! Tt.m'n »»» T7*1:».J. Tlfl—t. I_ the Smith Chemical Company. In the afternoon they all went to and Ed Dunn of Flint, Mich.,'vis- Columbus, Ohio, where they were ited from Wednesday until Sun-i dinner guests of the officials of .day with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar: the Home Office. Mr. Overdorf Ramsey. The latter accompanied will remain in Columbus this her relatives home. Mrs. Deiter- week to attend the convention of j dinner guests Thursday of Mr. ling and Mr*. Ramsey who are sis-; the company held at the Neil and Mrs. Marshall Branson and ters. will visit with their parents.^ House. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dunn in north- Mrs. Edward Grimes and in the Rodenbeck home were Marjorie Worhave and Marklin Rodenbeck of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle York of Indianapolis attended the funeral of Mrs. Judith Lorenze Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. York and Mrs. Ray Guilkey and daughter Jean of Noblesville were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Overdorf. »'^ v "iti"*~*" I1 " r I?>i^r t "''"" J l.--.,—»i«f>^»-'••«•-»•• >• I ly Plant Opens in Baltimore Mrs. Russell Havens daughter Patty of Cicero and were enr Minnesota, before Mrs. Ram-i daughter Beatrice were at Indian- sey. returns home to Atlanta. i apolis Saturday where little Bea- Pete Gne and family and Harry • ""ice broadcast over WFBM dur- Gue of Gary, visited from Memor-i '«s Block's Childrens' program lal Day until Sunday with their in t! '° morning. of mother, Mrs. Mary Bouse. Harry Mr. and Mrs. .Gue remained over for a month's Anderson visit. Harvey Stultz and family Battle Creek, Mich., spent •week end at their home in Atlanta. Gene Stultz accompanied Mr. her ^and Mrs. Pete Gue to Gary for a an( l visit. Edwin and Madonna Park Indianapolis are house-guests their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Park. Mrs. Irene Hill and daughter Jane. Mr. and Mrs. Donavon' Wilson of Indianapolis were afternoon guests. Mr. and Mrs. James Shorter, of Indianapolis, Mrs. 'Frank DeVaney of Greencastle, Mrs. Elizabeth Floyd Wilson of i Jordan and daughter Isabelle were dinner guests! were at Delong Monday and Tues- Thursday of Mr. and Mrs., Glen Drunim. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Drum motored to Danville, 111., and visited over night with sister Mrs. Charles Heisser family. Mr. and Mrs. Lawi rence Beck and Francis Beck and of family spent Thursday in the of Heisser home in Danville. William Stephenson of Alexandria was the Saturday and Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Farrar. Claude Montgomery and family of Lapel were afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Farrar. Mr. Farrar who suffered -a stroke of paralysis several -weeks ago remains about the same. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knipp of ter,'.'-Mrs."~Victorla"Brad"biiry."The"y! Url)ana v 111 " came Wednesday for Mrs. Kittie Walton visited Monday with her daughter Mrs. Dwlght Mendenhall and family at Indianapolis. Robert McCarty and family left .Sunday afternoon for Toledo, Obj0, where they were called by - ^ fleath of Mr. McCarty's sis- t reomined until after the funeral whifth was' Monday. PAN ti EGG SOI ANGO. CUT FANS ran Bros. a few days' visit with Mrs. Mary Teal and Miss Emma Knause. Mrs. diet Hall delightfully entertained the members of the Afternoon Bridge Club at her country home southwest of town Tuesday at a luncheon. The delicious two course luncheon was served at one long table and two small ones. Placecards which were later used as' tallies marked each place. After the luncheon tables were arranged for several games of bridge and at the close of thfe afternoon prizes were awardstjMrs. Shirl Riebeling first, Mrs. Hail second, Mrs. Elmer Long consolation and also traveling prize, Mrs. Glen Drumm, Mrs. Lloyd Smith and, Mrs. G. R. Hart- I ley were special guests -'of the club - Other members present were Mrs. Paul Apple, and Mrs. Ray Hildebrand, the guests were Jane day and attended the funeral of their step-brother and step-son Oliver Jordan whichf was held Tuesday afternoon. Tuesday morning they motored to Valparaiso and visited the grave of Edward Shorter, father of James and Isabelle. Mrs. DeVaney will spend several daps here with her mother Mrs. Jordan that she may attend the funeral of Mr. Devaney's cousin John McGill. Mr. and Mrs. Dean DeVaney of In'dianapo- lis were guests Tuesday evening of Mrs. Jordan and daughter. Christena Snyder went to Alexandria Saturday and remained over night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lorenze. She accompanied the family here Sunday when they attended the funeral service of Mrs. Judith Lorenze held Sun day afternoon in the Luthera church. Mrs. Eva Clifford and son Jim Mrs. Emma Reisinger and Hat tie Goldman spent Tuesday after noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs Claude Hoover near Tipton. Har riet Clifford who has been visit ing in the Hoover home since Monday and Larry Hoover accom panied them to Arcadia in the Governmental, state and civic officials joined with the principal executives of General Motors Corporation in the formal opening of the new 80,000-car-a-year Chevrolet assembly plant in Baltimore recently. The new plant (center) was dedicated with 'impressive ceremonies (lower left), and Chevrolet, Fisher Body and General Motors officials were guests of the Baltimore Association of Commerce at a formal banquet in the evening. W. E. Holler, vice-president and general' sales manager of Chevrolet, is shown (standing) with Maryland's Governor, H. W. Mice, and Alfred p. Sloan, Jr., president of General Motors (upper left). M. E. Coyle, president and general manager of Chevrolet, it pictured in the upper right photo with Senator MUlard Tydings (left) and Mayor H. W. Jarluon, of Baltimore (right). Lower right shows the first motor car built in that city. Hartley, Barbara Lee Riebeling, cadia girl. evening. Larry will remain her with his grandmother Mrs. Clf ford while his parents and Mr and and Mrs. Floyd Crowthers are on a motor trip to Louisiana Before returning home the party will visit in Trent, Texas, with Mr. and Mrs. Garl Clifford, Mr Clifford being a cousin of Mrs Hoover. Mrs. Clifford was former- y Miss Leila Baker, a former Ar- OUR CREDIT IS GOOD tfse Our BUDGET PAY PLAN To Buy odyear §ilvertown Tires j. and Electro Pak Batteries Tape Make Ypur Own Terms N No Delay Mrs. Mattle Raquet of Indianapolis spent 'from Thursday until Sunday here with her sisfer Mrs. Hubert Raquet and Herbert Marshall Branson. Mr. and Mrs. Raquet were Sunday dinner guests in the Branson home and additional guests for supper were Frank RaqHet and famiy and Mr. and Mrs. John Winston of Marion. Mrs. Raquet accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Frank Raquet-to their home in Marion for a few days' visit. : Mrs. Carl Overdorf and Mrs. Charles Philips were at the Noblesville hospital Thursday morning where Mrs. Overdorf was examined by specialists and had several X-ray's taken. She has been In very poor health for some time and for a while will take treatments in the hopes of preventing an orepartion. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker of Logansport spent Saturday and Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bardonner. Ulin Bardonner who had been visiting in the Becker home for the!past week returned home Saturday evening. The Royal Neighbor Lodge met Friday afternoon at the country home of Mrs.JL. V. Calvin south of town. The regular business was transacted after which a social Believed They May Know Something of the Weyerhaeuser Kidnaping. SEARCH HAS SPREAD hour was enjoyed, was served at the A luncheon close of the (By Hnltoil Press). Tacoma, Wash., June 7. — A beautiful platinum blonde today became the -central figure of the spreading search for the gang which held George Weyerhaeuser, I Harold Nathan, chief assistant son of a Tacoma millionaire, until to J. Edgar Hoover, chief of the station operator at Brigham City, Utah, reported an attempt to pass one of the 510 federal reserve ransom notes. It developed the bill was not one of the ransom notes, but search for the couple was pressed anyway. The sedan carries Washington license plates. The car previously had been registered in Illinois, Indiana and Georgia. The-woman, police said, always was well-dressed and apparently well supplied with money. The man, sought in connection with several stock deals, is described as "silghtly pot-bellied." This is a description used frequently regarding one of' the kidnap suspects. While this search was made far from Tacoma, there were other indications that federal agents believe the kidnapers have scattered. A second ransom bill was cashed in Spokane. • Rlmrc. 1 i i INTERURBAOSTS! Round I Trip J. Perl Mile ] CHEAPER THAI* DRWtNp Indiana Railroa4 Systeip Jl. •IE Violin Stolen. (By United Press). Elkhart, Ind., Juno 7.—Theft of a 1G.O year old Stainer violin, valued at fSOO, from the home of David Hushes, Elkhart high school music director, was investigated by authorities here today. , ' , Tribune Want A'ds Get Results. • : ' • ' }• H THE TIPTON "DAILY TBIBDNB Kntered as Second Class Matter at the Postofflce. TIpton, Irid. Ramsay & O'Banjlon, Props. Established Oct.! 4, 1893. Subscription Rates. One year. In state Six months. .13.00 state! i 2.00 Tbrea months, In state ... I.eO One month, in. state i ;....' .40 One month, outside state ...... .50 One year, outside state ...;.-... t.OO Rv nnrrtor In r\tv. n«r WMfcV . -If afternoon'. Those present were Mrs. Clint Carroll, Mrs. Cora He£- lin, Mrs. Lew {Groves, Mrs. Jakie Shafer, and Mrs. Charles Hensel. The June meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Groves. Mr. and Mn Portland were Monday of Mr. via. Mr. and Ji turning to the . C. M. Wertz of guests Sunday and and Mrs. L. V. Cal- [rs. Wertz were re- r home from Shelbyville where ithey had been attending the wedding of their daughter Elizabeth Coleman. Miss| Coleman is more familiarly known 3200,000 ransom was paid for his release. ! Both federal agents and police want to question the 25-year-old woman and her companion, suspect in .buiico deals, .it was learned. : The couple are believed fleeing across the mountains of Utah' and Wyoming, riding in a 1929 Cadillac sedan,, according to information received here. It was recalled that a Cadillac sedan was reported seen near the scene of the kidnaping. ; The woman [and her companion entered the Weyerhaeuser case officially yesterday when a service bureau of investigation, department of justice, was here today, presumably to take charge of the case. It was understood the concentration here of more than 30 agents would be ended.'the agents also scattering over the Northwest in the hunt. GREEN CUP f Stock Up forU*. IccdTn Season ICED TEA SRO€)N WINTKROP I DESIGN H-LB. GREEN! CUP '/HJ>., Pkg. ATTRACTIVE : SILVEHi-PlATED WITH EACH PURCHASE OF TEA I J Clover Farm ! : ! PEANUT BUTTER, 16-oz. jar ...J23c Finest Quality, Healthful. ; ' ("lover Farm COFFEE, per Ib. . .;29c Choice Blend, Most" Cups. : Clover Farm ICY-ADE, per pkg. ,.-5c M:ikcs Refreshing Drinks : filonilalo Yellow LAUNDRY SOAP, 3 bars, 13c SKAT HAND SOAP, can..9c Cuts Grease. /Film Star Divorced' as Mary Bake; over the radio ng Company. and broadcasts ffor the Omar Bak- SOCIAL OBJECTIVES. 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