The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on June 14, 1935 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, June 14, 1935
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FATHER'S DAY Sunday is his Day One Olde London Bruyere Pipe, $1.00 Two Ibc.Tins Edgeworth Tobacco 30 jjl * * Value ALL for A REAL VALUE POPULAR 5c CIGARS — Box of 25 for ................ • San Felice Charles Denby • El Verso Havana Ribbon Harvester Garcia Grande El Roi Tan Philadelphia Hand Made Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — Phono 46. West Side Square Social Events Missionary Th" cly of tin chiirrh met knows and loves the Japanese people both in this country and In their own. Some very interesting facts were brought to the attention of the society such as the dpnsity of the papulation and Woman's Missionary .soci- their vit;/'need for the acquisition West Street Christian j of more territory; also the almost Wednesday afternoon with 'Mrs. John Nash at her home total absence of natural resources in their country. Miss Harker also served as special peace messenger by vouchsafing the statement that f the so-! for every militarist in Japqn there i are thousands of peace-loving folks. Aided in her sparkling talk by actual photographs of Christian worK'ers in Japan she made the work and needs very iieai and vital. I The hostess served there seem dainty re- Officers Believe They Are Near Leader of Weyerhaeuser Kidnaping. AT MOUNTAIN CABIN west of Tipton. The spacious rooms were filled with enthusiastic members and guests o i-iety. Mrs. Winona Nash pave a short welcoming address and asked Rev. I'eaivy to lead in prayer. Mrs. Nasli announced a Sacrificial Luncheon to be held at the church on June "(!. She also announced (lie addition of two departments to the society, the Mission Band to be led by Mrs. Nannie Grishaw, and the Light i '' liat °» manners and customs of Bearers to be led by Miss Eileen j -J-< women. Altogether, the Cray assisted by Miss Kditli Mae Ogle. Mrs. I'aul Lyons will continue her work in the Girls' Cir- c-lf and Mrs. (.'.. S. Mink will take Mrs. Derbowr's plan- as leader for the yumm girls. Mrs. S. L. Havens, chairman for llie iimniiKilin-' committee announced their si'li-ction of officers for the coming year and the so- rii-iv '-avc ihem a unanimous vote f fresbmeiits and Miss Harker sup- I plemcnte.d her talk by an informal afternoon was a very happy as well a profitable one and every one presefit would no doubt deem it nn ap, ropriatc climax to the year's work. Hnntist Church Aid. Ladies Aid .society of the Baptist church met Tliurs- dav afternoon with Mrs. Dallas 1 They are: 1st vice | Burkett .14 her home east of Tipton, with Mrs. Don Burkett as the assisting, hostess. The meeting was in charge of the president, Mrs. Fred Saissline, and opened with the group singing "Count Your Blessings," and repeating the Twenty-third Psalm after which Mrs. Italph Lambert 1>ii•.-.. Mi>> Alia Mount; 2nd vice IIP-S., Mrs. Lewis Rii-hards; secretary. Mrs. Frank Uecubs; treasurer. Mrs. S. A. Culver; and Wiirld (.'all secretary, Mrs. Frank Kussell. In the absence of Mrs. Tom Mount who is leader of the division in cluu-Kc nf the program, le(1 in I'rayer. Miss Alia Mount presented Mrs. Several-members were reported ll.,ss Wi.-kersham who had charge sti11 on the sick list, and Mr*, of Hie devotions. Mrs. Carl Miller Lawrence Kendall conducted a ami Mrs. Ivan I'resler sang "Take! short prayer service for thesa the Name oV Jesus With You," '"'lies. \vliirli was deeply appreciated. As the work this year has linen lurKC- ly devoted lo the study of missionary inlluenre in Japan, Miss | Tuesday,-June '25, on the churcli Mount very appropriately intro-llawn. duced Miss Hazel Harker who was' At the close of the business innsi graciously received because j session, the ladies surprised the of her clKirminc personality and i hostess, Airs. Dallas Burkett with marked ability. Miss Harker;a lovely handkerchief shower in I honor of her birthday anniver- ^^^^•^^••••^^•iB^Bjsary. During Hie social hour, a ! clever contest was won by Mrs. j May Pape. The host'esses served delicious refreshments of home made ice I cream and cake. I 4 « » 'Tribune Want Ads Get Results. During the business session, the ladies made plans to start their weekly ice cream socials, (By United Press). Bute, Mont., June 14.—Officers today believed they had again picked up the trail of William Mahan, leader of the gang which kidnaped 9-year-old George Weyerhaeuser of Tacoma and held him for $200)000. Chief of Police Jere Murphy last night raided an isolated mountain cabin four miles east of here and found evidence that the 35-year-oiu" ex-convict may havo been in hiding there. With the police were several federal agents. The raid followed a report from the owner of the cabin who "flushed" its occupant when he approached the place yesterday. The man plunged into the forest and fled, Murphy was informed. Inside the cabin officers found empty food containers, cigarct butts and a" number of saw blades, such as might be used in a jail delivery. Search for Mahan, who abandoned his automobile and ?15,555 of the ransom money here Sin, also extended to Livingston, Mont., 150 miles cast of Butto, when Mrs. C. E. Jofferies reported inan resembling the fugitive appeared at her home Tuesday and asked for food. The man had Mahan's dark brown eyes and dimpled chin, according to Mrs. Jefferies' description. A movie plot angle was injected into the kidnaping case yesterday with the disclosure that a "gang" had offered to liberate Mrs. Harmon Waley. George I. Timlin, father of Mrs. Waley, said he was approached in Salt Lake-City by a man who represented himself to be a member of the gang. The plan was to abduct Waley in Tacoma, where she and her husband face prosecution under the Lindbergh law in connection with the kidnaping, and take her to Mexico. A meeting with another member of the gang was proposed, but Timlin went instead to federal officers, who are investigating the incident. ^•General Chiang Ka!-(bek > ^ Transfer, of Japanese troops'to northern China was believed to 1 presage an open outbreak of hos-j I till ties.. Japan has made 29 de-j 'mands which they, assert are de- ( 'signed "to maintain peace and order", j General Chiang Kai-shek, ;' Chinese war lord, above, is a key 'figure ^in _th'e * crucial. situation. For Home Purchasing, i Home Building,, aid Home Remodeling j or Improvements. Tipton Building and Loan Association i Court Street j. A. LEWIS, Sec'y. MUST TAKE KEST. Kussell Downes, Injured in Auto Accident, Is Coming Home. Mrs. Charles Downes and daughters, Alice and Eleanor Ann were at Beech' Grove Thursday and visited with their son and brother, Kussell in the hospital Downes, who is there suffering with injuries received in an accident Tuesday morning. Kussell, and two of his friends from Beech Grove had been in Shelbyville and were returning home early Tuesday morning when their car left the road as they attempted to round a curvj on an unfamiliar road. The Tipton young man was riding in park,land the carnival spirit will prevail, the park being fitted with refreshment stands, and at program I of real entertainment. CoAimenccment will be Sunday afternoon with • Dr. Walter A. Maieri, professor of Old Testament ! Interpretations at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis, Mor, de- liverijig the address. Baccalaureate j services will be held Sunday morning with the sermon by Rev. ,0scar Fedder, pastor of St. Stephen's parish, Chicago. Several members of the local I. tr. George Coinpion congregation will the celebration. likely attend Gossard - .. George L. Compton of 219 West Washington street, and Meredith, B. Gossard of Kempton have been named winners of the two Tipton county scholarships to Indiana university, according' to the announcement of the I. IT. scholarship committee at Bloomihgton. The committee named 184 Indiana high school graduates as winners of the scholarships from- the 29 counties of the state. The list has been approved by the university faculty and has gone to the board of trustees for final ratification. Mr. Compton is planning to enter Indiana university next fall, while Mr. Gossard Is a sophomore at I. U. this year. By an act of the Indiana general assembly at its 1935 session, Indiana university is_ authorized to grant two scholarships to graduates of the high schools of each county In the state. Prior to this year, the scholarship appointees were made by the county superintendents. The university officials were allowed to make .the awards to high school graduates of this year and to former graduates now attending the university. The scholarships call for the remission of all contingent fees for two semesters at the university. School superintendents and principals" assisted the university furnishing grades and reports of candidates in order that superior . Tribune "Want Ada Par. START CONTEST. I'roOiicers Cream Company Sthgc Banquet Here Later. to Permanent Waving SLAUTER'S HAT AND BEAUTV SHOPPE front and his right thrust through tin; windshield, dislocating the knue; cap, and cut- ling his log in several places. A tourniquet was .applied to stop the flow of blood, but liy the time they reached the hospital in Beech flrove, he was unconscious from the loss of blood. Mrs. Downes and daughter.; found this young man to be getting along very nicely although still quite weak, and were told that he will be removed to his home here in an ambulance Sunday. He will have to remain quiet for some time, because of the injured knee, and will probably be unable to return to his work in the neech CJrove shops for another month. Following a meeting recently at thfc home of Theodore Funke, east of Tipton, which was attended bjt a, number of persons who consign their .cream to the Producer's Company of Marion, a contest was launched for new members and this will end in a banquet and program some time in July. The event will likely be held at the Tipton park.. Many members of the Farm Bureau and others have been Tut BAKER MAN WRAP THE BREAD,. WRAP THE BR.EADJ 'THAT HE Will- BOBBY, •AS FAST AS HE CAN-, "HE'LL DO IT UP NICE'' , AND MARK IT WITH A*B ^JW\ .y v THEN .WE WILL KNOW. y\\ ITS FOR YOU AND ME//*- Pitchln Supper. The Juvenile organization of the no_yal Neighbor lodge and their parents are invited to a pitchin supper to bo enjoyed at the park Saturday evening at 6:00 o'clock. All persons attending are requested to take a favorite dish, sandwiches, and table service. In case of rain, the supper will served in the K. of P. hall. be Non-Profits Reports. Indianapolis, June 14. — Deadline for filing of annual reports and registration of all non-profit corporations in Indiana is July 1, August G. Mueller, secretary of state, has announced. WILL ATTKXU CKLKBRATIOX. Rev. Theo. Kclnvati and Family to Leave for Valparaiso. selling their cream to this organization and thirteen new members were • added during the past month, 302 pounds of butter fat going 1 to the company during the past tour weeks. At'the meeting of the members at thp Funke home, Fred Corah, Earl I Crist and Leslie Henderson of the 'organization made short talksi explaining the drive for members and the advantages of selling to the Producers. Following the talks and discussions, refreshments of ice cream and cake were: served. Those attending the meeting included Omer Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Siess, Clarence Ripberger and family, Henry Funke, Mrs. Lockwood, Oscar Hoover, Mrs. Rebecca Koors, Herman Koors, and Frank V. Dane and family. students might be the scholarships. selected for NEED STEEPLEJACK. Cable Through Flag Pole Broke While Hoisting Flag Friday. Early Friday Custodian 1 John morning when Altherr at the courthouse attempted to hoist the Stars and Stripes on the tower the steel cable broke. As a result Old Glory could not be raised and for the first time in many years did not fly on Flag Day. The breaking of the cable, which has to be threaded through a pulley at the top of the iron flag staff on top of the 'tower, furnishes a job for some sfeeple- jack as there are few if any residents locally who will undertake the job. There was some talk of asking Lish Cox to do the job, but he pleaded as an excuse that he'had to spade another bed in his garden to plant cucumber seed. REMAINS IX- JAIL. The congregation of the Lutheran church of Tipton has graciously granted their pastor. Rev. Theo. Sch wan. leave of absence to attend the 10th annual anniversary celebration of the Lutheran school, and the Gist annual commencement exercises at Valparaiso university Saturday and Sunday. Ten years ago the Lutheran church took over this school, which for years had been known as "the poor man's Harvard." and have made some extensive improvements. Rev. Schwan BUSY MONTH (FOB LEGION. Local Post Has Number of Important Sleetings Scheduled. Tribune Want Ads Get Results. GUARANTEED PERMANENTS BEAUTY SALON . will be accom- New Dresses and Hats » Very Reasonable Prices ETHEL itlNG DRESS & * •> i f. HAT panied to Varparaiso by his family. They have a daughter, Miss Margaret Schwan, completing her first year at the university. The celebration will be two days and elaborate plans have been made for the program, including permission of the'parents and friends of students to attend the;meeting of the Lutheran university association. A concert will i feature the program, this being at 8:30 Saturday night, following ja banquet at 6-30 in Altrurla hall. The Saturday program will be n the spacious campus, a .part, of which is known as University Leroy Plake, commander and Harold Molt, adjutant of Charles Sturdevant post No. 46, American Legt'on mailed out letters to all service men Friday, asking them to tjike part In the many activities 'of the Legion for the present month. MJonday evening the -ipost Is holding its regular meeting at Windfall and a chicken dinner is in store for them. TJuesday and Wednesday nights of next -week the: donkey baseball games will be played at the Tip- Donald Maple Held on Kidnaping "Charge Unable to Give Bond. Donald Ma_ple, who is charged with taking a flyer in high crime and came to grief when arrested by federal agents, on a charge of attempting to extort $50,000 from John S. Mitchell, remains in jail at Indianapolis. Latest reports were that -the young man still affirmed he knew nothJng regarding the letter writing and he is unable to furnish the J10.000 bond fixed by Commissioner Howard Young. Try a Tribune Want Ad.' "I SUFFERED WITH oa^Dana' ._,_ JOrglnla. Ito long list of UBO* ?by; on ton park. Thursday, June 27 the post be host to the posts of the Fifth District and Invitations have also 1 beett sent to posts of the old Ninjth district. A large number of Legionnaires and members of the auxiliary will be in Tipton on that occasion. July 2 the commander will name his .nominating committee to select a new set of officers will be vpted on ; at the meeting July 16 end' Installed ; in office July 30th. The n4xt big event will be the state convention! at Indi- am polls and it Is .possible SIXTEENYEARS" Then ALL-BEAN Brought Belief to Mr. McNeil / TPo quote from his unsolicited letter* "I suffered, with constipation* for 16 years. Finally,! started Kenogg-s .AUrBMH .fa.«n- toj offl will haye a candidate for state 36. 'he have ^ unani- icyi of o who «I consider mysaf a well taan at this time, not having had an attack for over two years. lamBurejAUr BBAN helped coining McNeil, .. Phones 130 and 27. FREE Dl ^3% POTATOES Old peck . POTATOES^, Pop Corn, 3 Ibs. .. 25c Sweet Pickleg, 12-oz. .15c Bisquick, large 29c Post Toasties, large ..lie Gold Dust, large 17c Swansdown Cake Flour, .29c Sure-Jell, 2 pigs. ...25c Cream Cheese, Ib 19c Salt, 10 Ibs. ., 19c Raspberries, gallon! ..49cj' Cherries, gallon . J. - ' "--..* j? . | f Sealskin, 3 for >....•... •• .» : ^ -.'* .* f «« _ . Ice Cream Salt, 5 Ibs., 10c Southern Style jCodoa- ,' nutj can .. .U.4- .-12f Maxwell House Coffee, 29c Gold Medal Flciur,! * 24 Ibs ...l.$LOS Pepper, Y 2 Ib. ,...;. PEACHES? I7I?I7I77I\ ^ or ma ^ n s ^ ce tttt-voi r IVLiEi&i vr 3 -pkgs FUVORADE^5^; 25c CANDY BARS FLOUR <pastry * 0 ° r> ' P.&G.SOAP Soda Crackers, 2 Ibs., 19c Salt, 100-lb. bag 89c Block Salt, 50 Ibs 45c Prunes, large, 2 Ibs. . .25c Tomatoes, No. 2 size, 3 cans .25c Graham Crackers, 2 Ib. Peanut Butter, Ib. j.. . Eamo Coffee, Ib.-: j:. .lie Dried Peaches, 2 Ibs.. .25c Quick Jell, all flavors, 4 for ....|...19e Cocoa, in bulk/lb. j.. .10c Q-»"f 14i «l 'fn^T «^V PALMOLJVESOAP - for Free Trip to Europe With Palmolive. | SUPER SU0S 2 p ^il9c for; IMPERIAL TEA 15* Quart jar II Macarotii, 2 Ibs. .19c Spaghetti, 2 Ibs 19c Spinach', 2% size, 2 for 25c 'oilet Tissue, 3 for.. .15c Lemons, dozen .19c Baisins, 3 Ibs. 25c Cbcanut, % Ib. 12c "Nut pleo, 2 Ibs. 27c Churngpld, 2 Ibs. ... .29c Castile Soap, ,6 for .. .25c Starch, in bulk, 3 Ibs. 19c Lifebuoy Soap, 4 for 25c Ginger Snaps, Ib. .. ..iGci Vanilla Wafers; Ibj ..I5e, Fig Bars, Ib. .;...J...10c- Banarias, 4 Ibs. ...;.. .19c, Sweet Potatoes; 4 Ibs. I9cr New Pineapples, each, 10JC Matches, 6 boxes . J. . -25c Sunbrite, 6 cans ...;.. .25p Climalene, large Health Soap, 6 for j.. .230 Grape Fruit, 4 for i.. .10c Salt Fish, 3 M ..J...256 COTTAGE CHEESE Refrigeration .sure means a lot these hot days ... apd wa jirepared? I'll say we are! Prlgldalre safeguardsM» you buy here In thip moat modern coolers! and counters, clean, all white, clean inside and out* the best it jls p buy. ti'e Know \ve have the finest cooling sjsteiri it is to buy and we just got to keep telling yon. And w« sell O» beef In Tipton and we are proud of that, too. Swjfts Beef . . . beef must bei good before Swift & Co. Jwaod steaks and roasts are different. They are always tendes v good. No disappointment. Every time good. No chea > beef .is handled la this market and the price is no more ferior grades. Always branded beef. ;j th«t3 Arm Swiss Bioast, Ib., 25c Best Chuck Roast, Ib., 25c Steak/sirloin or T:, bone! Ib. . . ........ 30c Round Steak, Ib. ...... 35c Ribs of Bwf^ meaty and good, 16. . .. ...15c Neck Pot Roast, Ib. . .20c Jewel 17c ., Fancy BScoii, no nnd, perlb; .I...'....... 30c Jcy Bay Fish, Ib. ....20c Brains, fresh, ,2 Ibs. . .5 Pork Liver, Ibi ..L. Waffle Veal, ro'undJ fltf, Gound Beef, for lopf, 2 Ibs. ... Bologna, in ring, }b.. Frankfurters,'Jk Wieners, smaB, ft Jowl Bacon; Ib. Leg of Spring! Lt per Ib. . ' AH Kinds of Fancy Cooked Meats and Ksplay to Pick From in Tipti Kingan'* Reliable tiologna, luge found sli the largest stick of bologna fflfiid* ifl as piece; this [one piece weighed 65 Ibs.; Jja ( *•> '-'><>

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