The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on June 15, 1935 · Page 3
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EVERYDAY PRICES FIONAS FAST FROZEN ICE CREAM ript, coc Quart, 35c Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — Phone 46. Wrst Side Square Social Events Ili-tly My Own Club. J Mi-s Alpha Wliislpr pntertainpd tlii- iiiPinlif-rs of thf Rptty My Own '-liib of llif Hobbs rommun- ity Friday afternoon with licr sis- i<-r. Mrs. Fnyf> f'Inry of Curlisvillo is a?-istinK hostess. A Rood nt- •T.-nil;;t]i-f of nifinliiTs was had and tin- piu-?ts w.-ro ontertaiiiPd in Eiimes and c-ontcsts with prizes for tli<! winii'-rs. Prize winners w.--r<- .Mirs Mac Hobbs. Mrs. Mary <'»\ and IIH-Z Hobbs. At tli.- cli.si- (if tbo afternoon tin- ]|.,sti--.-"s s--rvfd refreshments iif en);.-. *;ilad and coffee. '' L president, Mr*. Mayme Roush, a number of matters were^discussed for the good of the class. The remainder of the evening was spent sociaiy with games and contests un«.«l a late hour when the hostesses served freshments of Ice -cream wafers. and W. R. C. Sleeting. The Women's "elief Corps held their regular meeting Friday aft- of at- emoon in the G. A. R. hall the courthouse with a good tendance of members present. Following the short session, the following business program was given in honor of Flag Day: Group of patriotic selections, Mrs. Esther Green at Uie piano; reading. "Birthday of the Flag," Mrs. J. J. Kessler; "History of the Flag," Mrs. Charity Katon, and several items pertaining to Flag Day, Belle Waugh. At the close of a delightful social hour. Miss Waugh and Mrs. Katon served delicious ments. refresh- McBride Circle. ANNUAL MEETING. Jefferson Township Sunday Scholl Convention at Kempton.. The annual Jefferson township Sunday school convention will be held Wednesday evening, June i9, at the Kempton Christian church. A splendid program has been prepared with the co-operation of the various schools in the township, and many interesting numbers will be presented. The program will open with a song by the congregation, followed by the invocation by Rev. John Clark of the Kempton Christian church, and a song by the church choir. The remainder of the program has been announced as follows: Reading, Tetersburg • Christian church; duet, Kempton Methodist church; secretary-treasurer's report; music, HInkle Trio, Goldsmith; 20-minute address. Rev. M. S. Sparger, Hills Methodist church; talk. Rev. J. A. Land. Goldsmith Me.thodist church, "Qualifications of a Teacher;" talks by other pastors of the town- Merry Hustlers. Tlie Merry Hustlers rlass of the First Baptist church enjoyed a il<-lii:htfiil niff-tins Friday rven- ins at th<- borne of Mr. and Mrs. All.-n Harper nnrtli of Tipton. with a Rood attendance of mem- pcrs present. Mrs. ('. -\. Wade wif tii.-- asnistiiiR hostess. The meeting opened with the i -. : ni:iii2 of two hymns, with Mrs. May Kchvards at the piano, after -.vhJ.ii the teacher, Roley Smith. !••(! in prayer. During the brief business session, in charpe of the Permanent Waving SLAUTER'S HAT AND BEACTT &HOPPE Tnken to Infirmary. Saturday noon the Young am- bulanre took Mrs. Sarah F. Crum to the county -Infirmary, where she will receive treatment. For the past year sh" has been at the home of a niece, Mrs. Otho Hendricks north of the Independence school. Mrs. Crum for many years i resided in Tipton and was noted as a weaver of rag carpets and rugs, being an expert in this line and having one of the few remaining looms in the county. She is a sister of Mrs. Isaac Joiies of the ' =tersburg community who is also ill. The sick woman is nearly SO years of age and has suffered" an attack of paralysis, being in a condition where she requires constant attention. ' Sunday and Monday Continuous Show Sunday III M-G-M's 30 RING CIRCUS of Music-Splashed Drama I TODAY ONLY McBride Circle No. 46. Ladles of the G. A. R. \.ill meet In regular session Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the G. A. R. hall of tiie court house. This is the last meeting before convention, and a full attendance of members is desired. ship; music. Shiloh church; repolrt of Methodist nominating committee; offering; music, Hiu- kle Trio; music, Kempton choir; presentation of banner for attendance; benediction, Rev. JS. C. Bean, Kempton Methodist church. This meeting is one which will be of Interest to all persons of the township and county, and a large attendance is desired. Visitors from outside the township are cordially invited to be present and enjoy the program. Ronse i'uneral. Funeral services will be conducted Monday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. for Deli* Bouse whose death occurred -early Saturday morning at his Lome west of Atlanta. Services will be held at the Albright Evangelical church west of Atlanta, with 'Rev. Francis Willard of Dayton, Ohio, former pastor there in charge, assisted 14' Rev. Park, the present pastor. Prior to the services, the body will lie In state i-t the home, and friends are welcome to call. SERIOUS CONDITION. Madison Township Girl Has Two Drainage Tubes in Side. Latest reports from the Mercy hospital at Elwood stated that Miss Evely.n .Hankley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hankley, southeast of Tipton, who underwent an emergency appendicitis operation there Friday evening, rested fairly well the remainder of the night. The appendix had ruptured and gangrene had developed when the operation was performed. Physi- ians stated It would be at least 72 hours -before any definite Information could be given regard- ng her chances for recovery. Two drainage tubes have been placed In her side, and she Is under the care of a special nurse. Friends in this vicinity are anxiously awaiting more encouraging word from the hospital. the Bit*, T The WLS Merry-Go-Round program, heard over radio station WLS every Saturday afternoon, started one day when a big remote control broadcast was cancelled on 16-mlnute notice, and the program director was Confronted with the problein of filling two hours' boardcastlng time. What he did was shove every available member into the studio, tell Relph'Waldo Emerson that he was in charge, and then he went back to.'hls 'office to pray. The staff went at its work nobly.. There was no program, no continuity, no set announcements. It was just a case of lining 1 everyone up and having them do a number, • Between each number Ralph played a few bars of "When We Ride on the Merry-Go- Round," and after each artist's number he was told that he could now take a ride for his performance. The program hadn't been on the air twenty minutes, when the office was swamped with're- quests by telephone. Thus came into being one of WLS's most popular programs. The WLS Merry-Go-Round. which will appear at the Ritz on Tuesday, June 18, features the stars of this program. The show was conceived In the same spirit of the Merry-Go-Round, an Informal, natural, style-amoving from one feature to the next at a rapid pace. Thus, WLS in bringing the Merry-Go-Round to Tipton feels sure that it is presenting your favorite entertainers in a show that will delight the heart and tickle the ribs. Don't fail to see this 'show at the Ritz. MAJOR f EATUREl No. 1 18 ;_ _. ;._.£>,';*•"!,-' wtm Two More Names. In mentioning the donors to the McBride Circle benefit bridge and euchre party. Thursday evening, the names of the Tipton lea Cream Company and the DelMar Beauty Salon were accidentally omitted. Cards.' were furnished by the former firm, and the latter establishment supplied tallies for the bridge tables. /- Resigns Place. David H. Keifrp who since Aprl 1933 has been managing the dairy herds at the Ft. Wayne school, resigned his place and came in Saturday and will be at Kempton during the summer. For the past several months he has managet the Black Hawk farm at the Ft Wayne school. No Improvement. There is no improvement In the condition of Mrs. Mary Mitchell widow of Albert Mitchell, who remains critically ill at the Beechwood hospital. Mrs. Mitchell wa: improving nicely but suffered i serious relapse one week ago, and has failed much since that time. Bine Jacket 1 —the slower burning Kentucky coal that seeds no intvodnci tlon. -A .good Unte to fill vonr bin. , * ' Home Prom Hospital. Mrs. Marie Johnson of Windfall, accompanied by her brother, Orval Burkhart of Greentown were at Indianapolis Friday and returned. with the former's son, Bobby Johnson, age 7, who for the past six weeks has been a patient at the Riley hospital In Indianapolis, suffering with tubercular trouble. Although still quite 111, the little lad has gained three pounds while at the hospital. Within' the next few weeks, Bobby and his brother, Charles, age 5, will be taken to. Rockville, where the former will remain under treatment. Charles will go through the clinic there, and may remain lor treatment also. STRIKE AVERTED. Both Sides in Coal Industry Agree Unanimously. (By United Press). Washington, June 15. — The president's appeal to halt the soft coal strike ordered for Monday was agreed to unanimously today by a joint committee session representing a majority of Appalachian coal producers and the United Mine Workers union. The joint wage conference will resume sessions -here June 24 to enter into negotiations on new wage agreements to take the place of the present contracts which were extended to June 30 at President Roosevelt's request. John L. Lewis, mine union president, will telegraph local unions tfiroughout the country call- Ing off the strike. 4-H ThVdata of the county; 4XH club picnic has {been changed to Tuesday, June j 25. Every member in the county Is requested to take note of this change. | ' * * Cipero Township. Monday,! June 17, 2:00 o'clock at the hig^i school building, ing I and I II and Food Preparation I arid II. Monday, June 17, 3:30 o'clock, all girls taking part In the atunt are requested to meet at the high school building. Tuesday! June 18 « 2:0 ° o'clock, at the home of Hope Wiggins, 126 West North street. Clothing I. Wednesday, June 19, 3:30 o'clock, at] the high school building, Clothing II and III, Health I.and II, and Canning I. After the meeting the girls will go to the park for a picnic supper.: ' • * * During the past week, seven young people from this county were at the 4-H Junior Leadership camp 1 near Indianapolis. The outing was a most enjoyable one, as well as ; being highly Instructive, and Maxine Quakenbush of Prairie township has submitted the following account of club life: Having returned from my second year lat Junior Leadership camp I will tell you a few of the things that occurred at camp. I will give you a regular day's routine so you will be able to understand camp life better. At 6: 001 o'clock we had reveille which called all the sleepy heads out of bed. Then at 7:00 we had breakfast in the mess hall. You can imagine how the rush was if you have been real hungry. After breakfast jwe would have classes until 11:00. In these classes we would have round table discussions and • lectures. . We certainly did have some fine lectures, some of the speakers being Noble Kizer, the great football coach' from Purdue; Dutch Fehring, graduate and all-star athlete and assistant coach at Purdue; T. P. Johnson, newspaper, man who Is widely known in .editorials; Mr. A. B DIAMOND ROBBERY. Jewelry Salesman Robbed of 925,. OOO Package in Chicago. Chicago, June 15.—Three bandits robbed William Lewy of $25,000 In unset diamonds today after brutally beating him over the head with gun butts. Lewy, head of William Lewy & Co., of New York, had been exhibiting stones to Frederick Gottlieb, a Chicago dealer, In' a downtown building. Given CTiarivari. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hobbs and Mr. and .-Mrs. Horace Michel, newly weds of this city were given a merry charivari Friday evening. The two couples were attending the DeMolay dance In the Masonic building, and had entered the Ritz Coffee Shoppe for refreshments when they were surrounded by • their friends and placed in a trailer, the crowd taking them for a noisy ride about the city. They were returned to the hall where the party ' enjoyed the dance until a late hbur. On Western Trip. Mrs. Lillian Plaff of Elwood, and Mrs. Charles Webb of 614 E. Jefferion street, Tipton, left Friday (or a visit with relatives and friends in St. Louis, Ho., and points in Kansas. Mrs. Plaff bos a daughter, Mrs. Bertha Lain, residing in St. Lonis. Mrs. Webb, whose maiden name WM Jttet Mary Rains of Tipton* will visit In several point* v ln rtalded in that Pinner-Bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ackels of Hobbs entertained Friday evening at their hbmej in Hobbs with a dinner-bridge^ In honor of their fifteenth weeding anniversary. Prizes were awarded at ' the close of the playing to Addle Click and Chester Powell. Those present to enjoy the delightful evening were Mr. and Mrs. James Wright of. Indianapolis, Mrs. George F. .Baker of Memphis, Tennessee, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannes, Mr. and -Mrs. Lee Hobbsr Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hobbs, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Powell, and Orvllle and Addle Click. Tonr Lovely Piece.-) of Old China On Display. The special exhibit case at the brary this week contains four ovely pieces-of old china ware, hlch were loaned by Mrs. J. E. Ayres. One ptece is a lovely, genuine Town wllloware plate which was . psrt of the (".inner' set, wi which Mrs. 1 Ayres' great-grand- lother Truax went to housekeep- ng following her marriage. A teapot included in the group ,lso belonged to the Truax fam- ly. A smaller plate came from England, and has on It the. picture jf John Wesley, the famed eva:i- gelist, preaching from his father's tomb. The other piece in the ollection is a very old blue stein, iriginally from Germany. These charming examples of iabits and customs of earlier days are drawing much comment from visitors at the library,' and all who have not yet seen them ihould make every effort to visit he library before the exhibit Is •emoved. DeMolay Dance. The DeMolay June dance given Friday evening in the Masonic building on North Main street was well attended, with approximately seventy! couples present to enjoy the music of Paul'Jones and. his 8-plece .orcfiestra from Kokc- mo. i . , There were a number of out- of-town couples present to enjoy the evening which was Indeed a huge auoeesi in every way. i V t ptMtnwn Qnfliy. i * • ' ~ New -York, June 16.!— Joseph 89 jrWi oldi-poiWan ftntt- ' "laid '' -!•-?•- Graham, the founder of 4-H club work, better known as "Daddy Graham" and others whom I have not space jto mention. Then at" 11:00 we would have free choice recreation, with the exception !of the advanced group who would have separate sessions. At noon we had dinner and again it would be the same jam to get into the mess hall. After dinner we had more classes and at 3:00 was the swimming period. Although the week was very cold, the swimming pool seemed to| be very well filled. I, myself, tackled the cold water twice andjl am still living toddy. At~4:30 we had organised recreation led by Dutch .Fehrlng and he gave some very good ideas on leading and playing games. At 6:00 o'clock, supper, and after supper wei had vesper service in the open air arena. This was one of the most Impressive and inspirational services held at camp.: At 8:00j o'clock every night we had a> big j program in the indoor arena. To give an example of one of these big programs, orte night was stunt; night and each bunk gave a stunt. These were very clever and interesting, and I will give you one example. One girls' bunk held a poultry show and four girls i dressed like chickens led ring and the judge awarded the ribbons, giving his reasons. On the. last night we had the very beautiful and impressive candle lighting service. I happened to be lucky and was in a group of girls to sing for this service and we got to look down on this beautiful sight, as all the Junior Leaders formed a big four- leaf clover and knelt with lighted candles in their 'hands. Every night after these big programs were over, we would have taps and after taps the lights would go joiit and everybody was In bed. These tjips are well worth the efforts put forth to win them, both educational and otherwise. while thej Purdue leaders these chickens around the BEAUTY SALON T. and Hate i J :The seven 'other Junior Leaden nd myself from this county wish o thank all who had anything to o with helping win this trip to amp. MAXINE QUAKENBUSH. IN EXHIBIT CASE. Year of Sunsfilne. St. Petersburg, Fla., June 15.—: Three hundred and sixty-five daya f sunshine was St. Peterburg's record yesterday. Business paused and the city celebrated, marching with bands playing to the office of the St. •etersburg Independent, evening newspaper which Is distributed 'ree on days the sun fails to shine lefore press time. Splendid Trio Present on Surprise Visit Friday Night. The Friday night service at the Nazarene revival was unusual in more than one respect. About five minutes after the-meeting opened, the Knippers Brothers and Parker trio entered the door, pleasantly surprising the congregation. Their presence was-possible on account of their Illinois meeting being postponed one day. They sang four numbers in all, and If possible excelled their Tuesday night singing, as Ottis, one of the members, was * quite ill at that time. Judging by the expression on the faces of the audience they were hearing the best singing of their life. Rev. Gail Shaffer, evangelist, preached on the text, "And be sure your sin will find you out." When the altar invitation was given several more responded. There w'ill be service tonight at 7:30, Sunday morning at 10:30 and Sunday night at 7:30, which is the closing night of the meeting. Sunday school will meet at 9:30 and N. Y. P. S. service is at 6:30. The public is invited to hear the final messages of Rev. Shaffer. «• » NRA Bill Signed. Washington, June 15.—In almost stop-watch time, the "stopgap" NRA resolution swept day by'an 11-to-l majority, and "a through a listless House yester- matter of minutes later was signed by President Roosevelt. M« For Home Home _ and Home Remt or Improvements. The Tipton Moan Court Street J. A. LEWIS, In Memorlam. In loving remembranjce i>f OOP dear wife and mother Bind srand-. mother, Lydla Eveline Hen hman, who left us one year ago, June 16, 1934. It seems so long, dear mother, Since God took you awajj. We are so sad and lonely.! We miss you;so every day. W* T" ,"v •I- But day. what a happy mother, When God will call us. too, And we'll all be together | When our earthly • work la through. dear C. E. 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