The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on June 12, 1935 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 12, 1935
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far » '--• 1 »y, June 12, 1080. mm PRICES BEAN BEETLE DUST Per lb., 15c Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — Phone 46. West Side Square Social Events Friendly Club. Mrs. Bert Heifer was hostess to I lie members of the Friendly Club at her home on East North street Tuesday afternoon with a large attendance of members. Dingo was played by the members, prize winners being Mrs. Kosooe Jones and Mrs. Cleo Mas- a.«ey the latter of Indianapolis. At the close of playing the Jn Windfall with Mrs. S. S. Edwards assisting. A short business session was held and presided over by Mrs. Wayne Mitchell, president at which: time plans were made to hold an ice cream social in the city park in the near future, which followed the opening hymn, unison scripture reading and prayer by Mrs. G. W. Winfrey. During the social hour three unique contests were introduced and Mrs. Billy Butner won the prize in the flower hunt; Mrs. Paul Mitchell won the .prize for being the quick change artist in an old clothes grab bag contest, which created a riot of fun for those participating and Mrs. Gordon Hadley captained the winning team in balancing pans on their i heads. Following the contests a mock wedding was held with Mrs. Ralph Pugh. as the bride, with a trailing lace curtain veil and Mrs. Wayne Mitchell, as the groom, dressed in an oversized suit. This bit of foolery also created a great deal of amusement. The happy evening was concluded with a hostess served refreshments of| strawberry short cake with whipped cream, cake and coffee. The next meeting will be in two weeks, the place to be announced later. Kural Xccdlccrafl.' lovely service of refreshments in keeping with the season. Mrs. Paul Mitchell and Wayne Mitchell are the hostesses. Mrs. July Daughters of Ameririi.' The Rural Xeedlecraft club will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Orrn Foster at her home northVost of Tiplon. Mrs. t'harli-s Kinder will !)<• the assist- in;; l|"S<:. All members :ir<> cordially invited to lie present. Stnnderford Class Ten. The Standerford class will he entertained at a tea at the home of Mrs. R" A. Cardwell 203 South \\Vst street. Thursday evening at Tr.TO and all members are urged to be present. ("lass Social. of the Loyal Daugh- Tipton Council, No. 39, Daughters of America, held their regular meeing Tuesday evening in their hall, with a good attendance of members present. Special guests for the evening wore three members of an In'dian- apoli.s council, one of whom is a national officer, and the Tipton council were indeed surprised when the guests presented them with full equipment and parapher- | nelia for conducting' the work of the council. The equipment formerly belonged to an Indianapolis council which recently consolidated with another council in that city, and was most graciously presented to the Tipton organization which is only newly formed. The Tipton ladies were quite BONKEY BASEBAUj. Tipton Will Play Kempton at Tipton Park Tuesday Xight. Tuesday night, June 18th, some real entertainment is to be furnished by the Kempton and Tipton donkey baseball teams -captained by C. W. Mount of Tipton and Carl McCarthy of Kempton. This entertainment is something out of the-ordinary and recommended for liver complaint in its worst stages. If you never had a good laugh it is not too late, and one \3 guaranteed by watching this exhibition of playing baseball on donkeys. This event is sponsored by the American Legion and was here several weeks ago during the cold wet weather one game being played and the other called on account of rain. On the following night Sharpsville will play the winner of the Tuesday night game, the Sharpsville team having defeated Windfall Mn the previous game. The Tipton diamond will l>e well lighted for the game Tuesday night and a big crowd is expected in the event the weather is suitable. Baptist Class Party. The Live Wire Bible class of the First Baptist church entertained Tuesday evening with a delightful party at the church for the members of the Merry Hustlers class and their families, a large number of members of both classes being present with their families. The party was the result of a recent contest between the two groups, won by the Merry Hustlers. The group met in the upper auditorium of the church at 7:30 o'clock and a program was given as follows: Welcome address, Ed Coe, teacher of the Live Wires; original reading, 'concerning the contest between the classes, John Robert Luttrell; piano solo, Sara Lou Saissline; vocal duet, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Sherwood, with their own .guitar f , K raa n-* -f Ft7 America's Smartest JFaJking Shoe* Co Places Comfortably Lottie. tS and $6. with man trimming. surprised with the gift, and are tors class of the Christian' Bible j indeed proud of their new equip- school taught by G. W. Winfrey were r-ntortnined at a delightful class party Monday evening at the home of. Mrs. Noble EnglemiSn Korp Indian:) dry for HIP sake of thp young people. The W. C. T. U. ment. Baptist Ladies Aid. ENNA JETTICK i OXFORDS 180 Sizes and Widths 1 ui 12 ... AAAAA to EEE Any kind you want... tailored or dressy, sports or daytime, trimmed a little or a lot. Their smartness alone is worth the price, but they go' places comfortably, too. SMITH'S No-Way Shoe Store North Side Square, Tipton •• "Buy shoes at a Shoe Store" accompaniment; Fred Saissline; reading, Mrs. selection, Old Sale on White Hats SLAUTER'S HAT AND BEAUTY SHOPPE Eurry! 2 Days. Left COME EARLY FOR GOOD SEATS SMUUICSMCII CEMKOBCHUI com! srctncui 491$ IDICK POWELL CLOU* stum nuitt «iicfii«»r Dizzy arid Daffy Dean Little , Jack Little and' Saturday 'Kids, lOc The Ladies Aid society of the First Baptjst church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock with Mrs. Dallas Burkett at her home west of Tipton. All persons having no way to go are asked to call Mrs. Burkett, 4135, and transportation will be provided. A full attendance of members is desired. Timers' quartet, Rev. and Mrs. S. A. Gordon, Rev. A. L. Shook, and Mrs. Ira Melson, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Charles Eshelman; reading, Mrs. Smith Cox, in costume: and selections, Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood. The program was much enjoyed b~y all, and each performer was called upon for an encore selection. W. B. C. Meeting. The Women's Relief Corps will meet Friday "afternoon at. 2:'00 o'clock in- the G.'A. R. hall of the courthouse. A good attendance of members is desired as plans will be made at this time for the state convention to be held at Muncie week. next Anchor Class. The wiener roast which was to have been enjoyed Friday evening by members of the Anchor class of the Kemp Methodist church has been postponed until a later date. All members of the class are requested to take change. note of the Roynl Neighbor Club. There will be no meeting of the Royal Neighbor club this week. All members are requested to notice this change. - Home From Florida. Walter Dolan has returned to his home near Tipton after spending the winter months in -Florida. Clearance Sale of SUMMER HATS Starts Thnrnday Hat Shoppe • ; WOW to the time to giro tu that Briquet order. ThoM dean banting Pocabontas Briqneta, < the fuel for most every- eqnlp- ' At this time, the guests were invited to the church basement, where tables had been" arranged, attractively decorated with cut flowers. As the members of the Merry Hustlers class and their families entered the basement, they were given identification ribbons. As the guests were seated about the tables. Mary Pape led in the singing of several pep songs, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Eshnlman. The entertaining Class served a delicious luncheon which was much enjoyed by all present. At the close of the evening. Rev. C. A. Wade, pastor of .the church and a member of the honored class gave a brief talk, expressing his appreciation of the splendid cooperation and fellowship to he found between the two classes, and thanked the Liv« Wires for their delightful party. Mrs. Walter Roush, president of the Merry Hustlers closed th-5 most delightful evening with a brief talk of appreciation, expressing the thoughts of : the entire class when she said the party exceeded in every way 'their expectations, and stated that the Live Wires had truly lived up to their well-chosen name. DECLARED DIVIDEND. Tipton Building & Loan Association to Pay 2H Per Cent. The Tipton Building & Loan association, one of the oldest Institutions of its kind in the.state, has declared its usual semiannual dividend of two and one- half .per cent. .The organization has gone through the depression -with but little inconvenience and IB In good condition at this time. i . '. '.«>•_»...' . Meeting Postponed. The meeting ot the Gojdsmlth 4-H ofub which -w«« to have bent " ~ At the Ritz. Manager James Ackron of the Ritz theater announces the coming of the Buzzington Nationa Barn Dance band in person on Tuesday, June 18th, in connection with the picture program at the Ritz. This band, sometimes called the Rustic Revelers, and more often the backbone of the barn dance shows, lives up to both of its names. The national barn dance was organized over twenty years ago by Ezra Buzzington and has fur nished amusement for millions over the radio and in its personal appearan-ces. It was on the vaudeville major circuits until 1933 when WLS of Cincinnati signed it under a long term oyntract. Since 193S the band has toured over sixteen states under the WLS banner backing up the other stars of WLS who will accompany it to Tipton, for the one-day stand. WEST POINTERS. Hear Address at 'Commencement by President Roosevelt. ; U. S. Military Academy, West 'oint, N.4.Y., June 12.—President Roosevelt! today" pointed to the United States' modest army as proof thai the country intends no threat or menace to the right of others.! Addressing the West Point raudating class and several thousand visitors, the chief executive leclared America was so peace- iving that on srme occasions the army has ibeen reduced to "a level unjustified by a due regard to pu- own safety." Such a!time Is -the present, he said, and i this caused him to ap- .rovr. recent congressional action .o accomplish "a partial restora- ion of the army. His address was, in effect, a reiteration of his ;ood neighbor policy. Mr. Roosevelt motored here from his home at Hyde Park, accompanied by his youngest son. lohn. i Mr. Roosevelt espoused the cause of a permanent world peace based on iwhat he termed an assurance of "mutual understanding and mutual regard.'? He advised the graduates that when the^ mingled at home and abroad, to! foster a feeling of mutual friendship, to discourage suspicion, toi teach respect,for the rights of others, to decry aggression, and i to oppose intolerance. At the 'conclusion of the exercises he drove to his special train on a siding at West Point whicn departed at once for Washington where he ! arrives tonight. IN MOTOR ACCIDENT. Russell Downes in St. iFrancis Hospital With Injured I*eg. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Downes were advised Wednesday morning that their, son Russell Downes who finished the term at Purdue, last week 'and entered the Beech Grove Shops for mechanical training this week, had been injured in an automobile accident Tuesday. He and two companions were riding in a car which was in a crash and Russell received a wound in jone leg which required several stitches to close. The njured young man was taken to the St. Fran'cis hospital following the accident where the wound was dressed and he was to be released from the hospital Wednesday afternoon. The parents were told the injury was not of a seious nature and that they need not be alarmed. For Sailors $1, $1.50 and $2.50 There are two things that count irj a straw hat—fit... style .... you are sure of both when making your selection from our large assortment. Genuine Essman Straw-Fel Hats $2.50 The Water Proof Process — 5jun Proof — Will Not Fade. \ \ Summer Novelty Caps 65c Summer Novelty Caps Z5c Young & Masoii YOUR CLOTHIER Tipton, Indiana Visited OCC Camp. Mr. and ,Mrs. Cluoue Main who returned Sunday from a week's vacation with relatives in Owensboro, Ky., • stopped at Salem on their return trip and visited the CCC camp located near that city. A number of Tipton county youths are in the i-camp and all are in good health and liking the camp life. Don Purvis of this city, who went with the last consignment, has been taken out of the ranks and given a position in the offices, he being on a salary of $45 per month | with -board, lodging and clothing furnished by government. the For. Hone Purchasing, " ' BniMlig, . and Honie Hemodellng or toprovwnents. Hie **.*» Mr. and Mrs. Reno Shook and two sons of Muncie were the Sunday guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kinnett near Tipton. Afternoon guests in the Kinnett home were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Edens of Anderson. ! Library Notes Recent Copyrights. "Man Never Knows," Baum. "He Sent Forth a Raven," To- berts. "Come and Get Me," Ferber. "Beauty for Ashes," Hill. "Splendor of Eagles," Miller. "Sinbad the Sailor," Wren. "Green Light," Douglass. "Bred in the Bone," Phillipotts. "Trail of the Macaw," Cunningham. . "Wild Pastures," Beach. "Hindu Heave.n," Wylie. "Star of the West," Hueston. "Of Time and the River," Wolfe. "A Few Foolish Ones," Carroll. "Roll River," Boyd.. "Man Who Had Everything," Bromfleld. "Young Renny," (Jalna books). "So Red the Rose," Young. "Amazing Adventures of Madam Jumal," Duncan. . "Now in November," Johnson. "Time Out of Mind." Field. The New York Herald Tribune lists the- following books as leading this week: "Green Light," Douglass. "Time Out of Mind," Field. "Of Time and River," Thomas Wolfe. "Come and Get Me," Ferber."A Few Foolish Ones." Carroll. There are 20 more listed with Zane Grey's latest book at the bottom of the list — watch i: climb. P. S. The Tribune of June Sth places "Young Uertny" second in the list. - ^ past two weeks in the Beechwood hospital. i She was suffering ; with pneumonia following an attack of the measles, and has a tube In her side for the drainage of the pleura cavity. The tube has not ye> been removed, and the infection continues to drain very nicely. Tribune Want Ads Get Results. Taken Honie. GUARANTEED PERMANENTS DELMAR June Illges was able to return j Tuesday to the home -of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Illges near E'kin, after spending the' New Dresses and! Hats Very Reasonable prices ETHEL KING DRESS & HAT SHOP: ! 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