tt^iWjjijj^^'^T , Monoay, Jaco 10. 1' EVERYDAY PRICES Furnas Fast Frozen ICE CREAM 25c pint; 35c quart Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — Phone 4«. West Side Square : is being arranged, and there will be surprise features of interest to all. Indivations have been extended to surrounding chapters, and • several distinguished visitors are , expected to be present for the I evening. A full attendance of the local members is urged for this meeting. Social Events Missionary Meeting. Madison Township Sunday School Convention Held Sunday. TIio Woman's Missionary, foci oty of th" \Vost Siropt Christian i chm-!-h v.-iil moot Wednesday; aft- , rrnoon at 2:™i> o'clock at ' the; homo of Mrs. John Nash. All the ; women of I IIP church are cordial- | ly invited ami tho members, of thp society are unrod to attend. This is an rypr-cially arranged program with Miss Hazel Harkor i ::s izu.'St spoaki-r. The members anil sliests will moot ,at tlie j church promptly at two o'clock i and transportation will ho : provided for all. « • g Rosary riiajiter. At their regular meetinpc TUPS-; day nisht i" the Masonic Tiimple, members of Rosary Chapter No. fiO. Order of Eastern Star, will ivilness the presentation of tho work for a class of candidates by thn past matrons and past patrons j of the order. A delightful crenins Delightful Party. A number of Tipton and Hobbs residents were near Noblesville Sunday where they attended a.de- lightful birthday surprise held at the home of Mrs. Clint Russell formerly of Hobbs in honor of her sixty-second birthday. 'A bountiful pitchin dinner was enjoyed at the noon hour, the guests taking well filled baskets. Those attending from this community were Mrs. Glen 1 Hollidaj and sons, and Ruth and Don Barton of Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. James Holliday and Mr. and Mrs. Will Werner near Atlanta, Mary. Re- hecca and Margaret Holliday, and Mrs. Anna Henderson of Hobbs. « • «• Hobbs Ladies Aid. The Ladies Aid society of the Hobbs Methodist church will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ruth Legg for a quilting. All who can do so are requested 1 to lie present to assist in the work. netty My Own Club. The Betty My Own club win meet Friday afternoon with Miss Alpha Whisler at her home in Hobbs. A full attendance of members is desired. Sale on White Hats SLAUTER'S HAT AND BKAUTY SHOPPE Plum Grove Club. j The Plum Grove club will meet ', Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Carl Iptimphrey at her home southwest i of Tipton. All members are urged I to take note and be present. The Madison township Sunday day school convention was held Sunday afternoon at the New Lancaster Christian- church, with good representations present from the various churches of the township. George Stroup, county presi- de'nt. was in charge of the meeting, which opened with a song service, led by George Hartley of the Hobbs Christian church. The devotional period was conducted by Rev. Ralph E. Davison of the Hobbs Methodist church. Reports were heard from the superintendents of the schools in the township, all of which were most gratifying. " Following the business session during which the election of offl cers was held, a delightful pro gram was enjoyed, opening with a vocal duet by Mrs. Nan Hobbs and Lela Good. Miss Edna Dar row, former Madison' townshi Young Peoples' leader, gave an interesting talk. • A clever .playlet concerning delegates to Sunday school conventions, was well given by Hadassah Lewellen, and Betty and Mary Esther Good. The outstanding feature of the afternoon's program was the splendid address, "The Fine Art of Listening," given by Rev. Harold ' M. Thrasher of the Atlanta Methodist church. Following the address, short talks and suggestions for a better convention next year were given by Roy Henderson, Allen Johnson, and Rev. Davison. The most interesting session closed with a silent prayer for R L. Haskett, faithful Sunday schoo worker of the county, followed by the benediction by Rev. Thrasher This was one of the best con 1 ventions ever held in this town ship, and every person present ex pressed his delight at the fine pro gram which was offered. Club Meeting. The home 61 ,W. O.' Llnderman on Green street was the scene Sunday alternpqn at 1:00 -o'clock of a simple wedding service when his niece, I Miss ;Vera Gephart be- Kempton and Liberty! Churches Will Hold a Joint Session. ^^^T^??V^> J—fl -v''-*! t' "VOOAtlOWAIi TEACHERS. Will Hold State Meeting at Pu*- dne This WeeR. v came the jbride of Phillip Benson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Benson of North Main street. The Impressive single ring service was performed, by Rev. H. R. Pearcy, with Eileen Gray and Richard Hamilton! as 'the only attendants.' The home was decorated for the occasion [with bouquets of garden flowers. The bride was lovely in a swagger ensemble of white crepe, with a shoulder corsage of American Beauty roses, and white acces- The believe It or Not club wil be entertained Wednesday even ing at 7:30 o'clock at the horn of'Mrs. Omer Boyd, 317 Nort Main street. All members are -cordially in vited to be present. RITZ Tues., Wed., Thurs. affy TH# BASEBALL STARS * M ALSO LITTLE JACK LITTLE sories. Miss Gray wore pink crepe, with a shoulder corsage of gardenias, alnd white accessories. Following the ceremony, the the members of the bridal party- were guests of Mr. Linderman at an out-of-town 1 wedding dinner. Guests present to witness the ceremony ' were Mr. Linderman, Mr. andlMrs. Harry Benson, Mrs. Olive Overdorf, Mrs. Charles Hess and Mrsi Rose Baylor, all of this ity. Both Mr. and Mrs. Benson 1 are raduates of the Tipton high chool with the class of 1935. The room is employed with his fa- her in hie Bargain Grocery bak- ry on North Main street, and Urs. Benson is an employe of Bryan Brothers Store. Both are quite popular.; amon'g the young ipeople if the city, and have a wide circle af friends here to wish them a ong and happy married life. Will Visit in Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ping and daughter.-patty, Mr. and Mrs. leorge ^oldon and Charles Boldon, alii of Indianapolis were here and spent the day Sunday at the home o'f their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cal Boldon. Mrs. Ping and daughter remained aud will spend a week in Tipton. The Me|n's Brotherhood of the Kempton jarid Liberty churches will hold a joint meeting Monday-event ig, June 24, at Grooma- ville. Supperjwlll be served "at 7:00 o'clock by ladles of the Grooms- vllle church; The speaker for the evening wili he Rev. W. E. Carroll, pasti>r of the First Christian church in Logansport. Rev. Carroll was j formerly pastor of the Christian! church in Tipton, and is quite popular In this community. -" ' All persons wishing to be present for the supper and address are asked to send a postal card to Allen j Kemp of .Kempton and reservations will be made. ATTENDED OPENING. Several j Spanish-American War Veterans Were nt Pern Sunday. Judge! C. W. Mount, Frank Logan, W.i R. Day and H. S. Mai- thews were among those from the county who attended the annual encampment of Spanish- American war veterans at Peru Sunday ithat being the, opening day. Mdre than 2,000 r men and women,! the latter members of the auxiliary were in the parade Sunday j afternoon, which contained seven bands and drum corps. ; Senator Arthur Robirfson delivered ;the principal address of the afternoon. The 'encampment lasts three days and the election' of officers will be[ held Tuesday. Senator Huey P. Long was scheduled to attend the encampment but had not put in an appearance up to Monday morning. A : Surprise Party. Tuesday Afternoon CIuB. The Tuesday .Afternoon club will meet with Mrs. Charles McConkey at her home, 453 North West street Tuesday afternoon. All members are cordially invited to be present. " The twenty-first • annual conference of Indiana: vocational agriculture teachers opens at 1:00 p. m. Tuesday, June 11, in the Education building at Purdue university. Several -well trained specialists are on the program -and among them Dr. E. C. .Young of the Purdue farm management department; J. H. Pearson of the federal office of education; James L. Robinson of . the farm credit administration; J. W.. Wheeler, chairman of state planning commission, and Dr. Z. M. Smith, state director of vocational education and state 4-H club leader. There are 167 vocational agriculture departments -In Indiana high schools. J. B. Oylcr of the Tipton high school vocational agriculture department will attend the conference, which closes Friday morning at 11:30 o'clock. Each teacher attending the conference is given his choice of attending two • special . sectional leetings from 1 2:00'to 3:15 p. m. n Wednesday and Thursday at •hich the following'problems will e discussed: Soils Management Problems, by R. R. Mulvey of the 'urdue agronomy extension staff; .mall Fruits Problems, by J. A. McClintock; Recent Developments in Dairy Production, by J. H. Hilton; Farm Shop Jobs, F. Lewis, Purdue Agr. engineer- ng department; Livestock Diseases, L. P. Doyle, veterinary department; Swine Problems, C. M. Vestal and John Schwab; Truck W. B. Ward; Orchard Problems, and Vegetable Crops Problems, E. Baker; PoUltcy Problems, C. W. Carrick, head Purdue poultry department; Recent Developments in Crop Production, by R R. Mulvey and S. R. Miles. z+f--<xV$s}s*trr3 W^P VCJf»-.f"- V"-**~ * ? W^Oe.-iehoolfwaa 1ft'^earfpn,' the*uSraryrreinalnVd"open" one evening- besides \ Saturday each week", lor the convenience of students and Instructors, but this is no longer necessary during the summer., • 'All patrons of the" library are requested to take note of this change. Mrs. X.. J. Hobbs and grandson Frances Dellinger, Mrs. Ethe Hobbs 'and children of Hobbs and Henry Helgerson and familj of Tipton were at Elwood Sundaj where ,they attended a birthday surprise party given in honor o Mrs. Qta Gantz, former reslden of Hobbs. Afternoon guests were Fran Castor; and family . and Job Hobbs of Alexandria. LIBRARY HOURS. The Summer Schedule Announced By Sirs. Sain Matthews. Mrs. Sam Matthews, librarian has announced that the Tipton public library will be open eac week day from 9:00 a. m. unti 6:00 p. m. during the summe months, and will remain open un til 9:00 o'clock on Saturday ey enings. Library Notes June Pictures-of-the-Month. Miss Bertha Lacey of Perrysville, Indiana, who painted . the portrait of little Miss Lett, "Joan Calls the Birds," which Mrs. Lett so kindly placed In the library for a month, has again contributed .pictures for the June exhibit. Two "colorful Indian sketches. One a sitting Indian girl with shoes' made from deer's skin. In this composition is a picture of the sacred-"Thunder Bird," whose pictures can be seen ornamenting almost all western pottery. To .know the legend;'of Thunder Mountain and its. guardian bird s to- have a mental picture of a mountain that Is so unique, so lone, so detached from all other mountains that it has been set side by the government as one f the great monuments of the West. Miss Lacey's sketch was tainted during her stay in Taos, where the story of the "Thunder Bird" is a familiar legend. Pi-cure No. 2 is a head sketch of an ndian girl "Carrie," the work of WalterTFfer, the most represent ative and individual among the Taos group. From Miss Lacey's notes, I judge that Ufer made it possible for her to copy his picture. Glad are we that Miss Lacey contributes these pictures for the June exhibit and we appreciate •the courtesy of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lett in bringing them over from Perrysville. Able To Sit Up. Mr. and. Mrs. • W111& Ai Kendall, who recently sold theit property! on North West street to E. N. Stoner, have moiled to ^the Richardson property jcjorner. ot| Conde and Jefferson streets. . .• Mr". Ston-er and fimlljj Wilt move to their new bioine > within the next few weeks after Improve- i I . ments are completed.- ; Ed Goodnight, employed at the Foster Furniture Store, who was so critically ill with pneumonia, is making a" steady gain at this •time and Sunday was able to sit up for a short time. He was in the Good Samaritan hospital at Kokomo for over a week an:! ai one time it was feared he could not survive, the attack. •• Tribune Want Ads Get Results. 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