The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on June 17, 1935 · Page 3
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Monday, Vwoc 17, MSB. T ^«, EVERYDAY PRICES FURNAS FAST FROZEN ICE CREAM Tint, 20c Quart, 35c Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — Phone 46. West Side Square Social Events] Mary Margaret .and Betty; Mrs. J. R. Coleman, Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Rose and children, Mrs. J. C. White and daughter Helen, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Thomas, .Mrs. Corda Garritson, all of this city, and Evelyn Messmore of Muncie. • •» Fnmily Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. John Trabue entertained at their home on North West street at a family dinner party Sunday. Guests present to enjoy the delightful day were Prof, and Mrs. Hex Trabue and sons Brnco and Douglas of Washington. D. C.; Mr. -and Mrs. Russell Trabue and daughters Nancy and Ann of :Detrolt, Mich; \MM. Maude Bash and (laughter Jean and son Jimmy of Indianapolis, nnd Mrs. Emma Trabue and Ethel Long of Kokomo. STRIKE THREAT. South Bend is EFacing a Serious Trouble. South Bend, Ind June 17.— Sunday. Xr. and Mrs. C. K. Kindling] and daughter. Naomi Ruth, enter-! taiii'-d Sunday nt their home west. | of Tipton in honor of Mrs. Harry i t K.'iiiin of Leavenwnrtli. Kansas, •7 who i- visitinp here for a time. Mrs. Katon was formerly Miss Jennie Vanderplatt. and served for j fievi-ral years as the Tipton county Hod Cross nurse. kinesis present besides Mrs. Kalon were Mr. and Mrs. f'layton i Ma.rtz. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Xash ! anc son Oliver and daughter JMurtba, Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Mayn" and ion Wilmer. Mrs. Beulali KIt-yla and daughter Martha, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Leininger. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Lrist and daughters Kathryn and Jane. Mr. and Mr-. Roy Cirard and daughters Captain Parti" Circle. There will IIP no meeting (if the Captain Taul Circle, No. <!!>, Ladies of the G. A. R. Tuesday evening, as several ladies will be attending the department convention in Marion. All members are requested to take note of this change. Unless Mayor George W. Freye- muth reaches a compromise with labor leaders today, a general strike, throwing 20,000 men out of work, seems inevitable. Freyemuth will confer with representatives of the Oliver Farm Equipment Company atid the union today. President S. A. Sweeney of the central trades and labor union, threatening the strike, yesterday called a mass meeting for tomorrow night. Sweeney warned that unless today's conference results in a compromise a strike vote is assured. The chief issue is reinstatement of some 300 Oliver workers dismissed recently, among them Homer Baker, president of the Oliver Federal' Labor Union. • The union' charges discrimination against labor loaders. Christian Clmrcli Aid. The Ladies' Aid society of the •\Vost street chrnstiaii church will meet Wednesday '''afternoon at I'r.TO o'clock with Mrs. George Kriimanaker, 220 West Adams street, and all members are urged tp be present. Liitlirr.-in I>!Hlios Aid. ; ioss-Paiker.l Sunday svening at 6:00 o'clock at the Kemp Methodist church, Rev. John Ward Rose united in marriage Miss Ruth Parker, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Parker of : this city, and Stanley Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Ross, also of Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. William Miller attended the couple and Mr. 'and Mrs. Parker were the 'only other witnesses for the impressive single ring ceremony. The bride was charming in a gown of white crepe, with accessories to match, and Mrs 1 . Miller also was lattired In white. t Following the cerempny, the bridal party enjoyed a wedding supper at the Parker home on North Independence street. The couple will reside in Tipton, and are arranging to mov( Into their newly furnished home at 127 Maple street during the present week. Both Mr. and Mrs. Ross formerly attended Tipton high school, and the latter was also a student Mr. and Mrs. Lee Leatherman entertained [at dinner Sunday at th>ir homisJon North Main street in honor if the latter's brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Crum of Panama, who are visiting here for a time. : Guests 1,0 enjoy a delicious dinner and the delightful afternoon besides Mr. and Mrs. Crum were Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Sewell 'of Fortville, JMiss Irene Landon and Ralph Criim, Jr., both of Indianapolis, Claude Crum of Cicero Mrs. George Leatherman', Mr. and Mrs. H. v| Morris, Chester Morris, Miss Ruth Lane, and Mrs. Lola Crum, all bf this city. Two Happy Gatherings Held Sim- day With Good Attendance. Threatening weather failed to mar the enjoyment of two bis meetings at the. Tipton park Sunday and to keep down attendance, these being the annual meeting of the Good Will club of Kokomo and the annual reunion ; of tho West, Seal and Colclazier families. The strike would tie up alflat St. Joseph's academy, north of own, and at the John Herron Art Institute at Indianapolis. • Mrs., toss Is an accomplished artist and las done 'much in this " line of work. The groom is employed as T painter, and his services in 'this capacity are much In demand. They have a wide circle of friends here to extend heartiest congratulations and good wishes. major industries here, halting street car, milk truck and taxicab service and throwing 20.000 men out of work, a delegation representing the labor council told tho mayor. About 1,400 Oliver employes struck in January against hours, wages and working conditions. The strike ended with an agreement to arbitrate but the arbitration board's report was rejected and the workers voted to strike again. Had Better Return It. Sale on White Hats SLAUTER'S HAT A\D BEAUTY SHOPPE The Ladies Aid society of th'j j Lutheran church will hold an ail ! day work meet ing Wednesday. A i full attendance ff- members is j desired, and all ladies of tho congregation are .cordially invited. Tribune Want Ads Get Results. BEST SHOW IN TOW RITZ MATINEE-NIGHT , BEST SHOW IN Night officers have information regarding the disappearance of a canvass taken from the Lev! junk yard on East Jefferson street. The party taking it is asked to return it at once as Mr. Lev! does not wish to prosecute if the action can be avoided, but feels that the person carrying it away should bring it hack. Tuesday-One Day Only Is Very Low. Mrs. Mary Mitchell of this city who is a patient at the Beechwoo.l hospital suffering with kidney infection was reported Monday to be very low. She has been gradually growing weaker, arid her condition is regarded as critical. AVas Operated. Mary Butz. 12-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Butz of Hobbs underwent an operation Monday morning in the office of an Alexandria physician for the removal "of'tonsils and adenoids. She has not been well for several weeks, and it was thought much of her trouble, was caused from diseased tonsils. Latest reports concerning her condition stated she is gettfrig^ffiong as well as possible. At DePauw Comrnencement. Miss Ruth Cauble, te&cher in the Tipton high school was at Grencastle Monday attending the commencement exercises of DePauw University of which she is a graduate. Two members of the DePau\v graduating class, Rober Morris and Missj Mary Jane Carr were members bf the graduating class of the Tipton high chool in 1931 Miss Carr is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Idrell Carr, former resi dents, and Mr. Morris is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morris of Anderson, former Tipton resi dents. i Mr. and Mrs. Idrell Carr ar now residents of Greencastle, th former having charge of the dairy barns at the Indiana State farm. i With Service Motor Company. Paul Cole began work as mechanic for the Service Motor Company Monday, having resigned at the.Chevrolet Agency. Art Cole man, automobile salesman formerly with the Chevrolet Agency, is also with the Service Motor Company. Killed In Crash. _. IONS. Wabash, June 17.—Gerald Kingory, i22, of Marion, died in a hospital here Sunday afternoon from injuries received in a triple automobile collision on road 15 south of; here Saturday night. Mrs. Kingery is in a hospital with broken ribs, and Carl Miller, of Urbana, and Chester Dunfee Largo were seriously hurt. Three generations were represented at the latter meeting which also elected officers to arrange for the 1936 meeting which will be held • at the same place In June. Clarence Smith of Hareford City was elected president; William Kenworthy ol Lafayette, vice-president, and Lydia Kenworthy of Lafayette, secretary and treasurer. Oxford, O., Alexandria, Huntington. Brookville, Kokomo, Lafayette, Windfall, Atlanta and West Point were represented al this eighth annual reunimi. George West of West Point was the eldest present and Elvin Kenworthy, 17-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. William Kenworthy of Lafayette was the youngest. Tlio 35 people present enjoyed a basket dinner and a day of visiting with old friends and relatives. The Good "Will club of Kokomo, which held its annual meeting al the Tipton park, will he back again July 4th for another meeting. About 40 persons were present Sunday to enjoy a basket dinner and program and committees were named to plan- the meeting for July 4th. Officers of the club are: L. P. 1'age, president; Monie Savage, vice-presiden.t; William Tarter, secretary, and Oscar Hopper, treasurer. ^•, ~-~ * r •* *~ Wedding I i • Mr. and Mrs. i Gerald Holliflay left Monday morning ifor tlieir hojse in Ft. Wayne after spending the past, week with the former's parents, Mr. and j Mrs. Earl Holliday of Hobbs. Friends of the couple! here were quite surprised by the announcement of their marriage which took place Slay 14. Mrs. Holliday was formerly Miss .Mary Remier of Fort Wayne. The groom was a resident of this county until, six years ago, when, following his graduation from the Windfall high school with the class of 1929, he entered business college in Fort Wayne. For the past three years he has been employed in the Kresge store in that city, where his bride is also employed. They have many friends here to extend heartiest congratulations and best wishes. Taking Training Course. Mon< Por Home Home B ui and Home Bemodel or Improvements. The Tipton Building Loan Court Street J. A. LEWIS, Sec'y. IT; Miss Madonna Phares, daughter of Mrs. Minnie Phares of North Main street, who has been employed at the Tipton public library since the illness of Miss Refcsie Rose, went to Indianapolis Monday where she entered the seven weeks' summer school for libria'ns: The school is conducted By the state library under the direction of an extension division. , During the absense of Miss Phares, Judith Bridge willdo apprentice work at the local library. of I Two Victims. Muncie^ June 17.—F. W. Millinger, 50!'years old, an official of the Crlef Bros. Cooperage Company, Cleveland, O., was._iilled instantly'and his wife, 46, was injured fatally yesterday as two Has Very Sore Hand. Russell Barrow, city fireman, has a very sore left hand caused by a cut from a broken glass received Friday evening. The hand is in bandages and slightly swollen. Mr. Barrow was removing a broken pane of glass to replace it with a new one when his hand slipped and cut a bad gash, whk-h was given medical attention a' Donkey baseball, Tipton park, Tuesday and WedneS- But woe unto you, 'PhaHsees! For ye tithe mint, and-rue ind all manner of herbs, arid pasp over judgment and the love of j God; these ought ye to have done, and not to leave' the other undone.— Luke 11:42. I Injured Fatally. Huntington, Juno 17.—Mrs. George Keppler, C3 years old, of South Whitley, was injured fatally Sunday afternoon as two cars collided during a driving rain at the intersection of- state roads No. 105 and No. 114 north of Bippus. Br; Roberts, chiropodist, at European hotel, Wednesday. • } c-220 Assorted Rolls and Doughnuts Baked Fresh Every Morning Daily IHblo Quotation!. ; "I Tribune Want Ads Pay. Blue Jacket —the slower burning Kentucky coal that needs no ^introduction. A good'time to fill) yonr bin. • ; - jl | ' Edna Burkhart Co. Registered Dealer. Phone 55 .. j GUARANTEED PERMANEIITS DELHAfi New Dresses and Hats ; i 1 Very Reasonable: Prii ETHEL KING DREJ3S & HAT SHOP BRING THE FAMILY WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY fib Into 1 day: admission 25c and lOc miles Southeast of Winchester. WATER POLO STUBBY KJtUQER Wot«r Polo and Olvnpic Swirao-inH BASEBALL MEIVIN OH Home-Run HiH.r of the N. Y. Gianni BRONCHO RIDER PETE KNIGHT Broncho Riding Champion TENNIS LESTER R. STOEFEN U.S.DoubtoT*nnU Champion .-;-. : 1932 and 1933 DIVINO AMY Lou OLIVER Formtr Soothtm Champion Fancy DIvtr GOLF TOMMY ARMOUR Who Hoi Won th« U.S. Op«n, P. C. A« and Britlih Op«n TOMMY MMOUIt,* Camel smoker of long standing, who says: Tve smoked Camels for yean, without jittery nerves or cutting down my wind." Read below\what these famous athletes say about "*- their experiences in smoking Camels .i- »-. • ; \,\ f>! ' -.••-• -.-'I ' : .i • Follow die athletes in your: mildness. Tommy Armour says: '•'Camels never: bother my nerves or shorten my wind—coovinc- i ing evidence that Camels are mild." 1 ! Mel Ott, heavy-hitting outfielder of] the New | York Giants, reports: ."My experience fc that Camels are so mild they never get my wind." And Stubby Krnger, Amy Loo Oliver, and Lester Stoefen agree with Pete Knight, smoke so mild it never gets you out are made from costlier' cool, gentle on the wish. Camels don't your ttste, a>l«r%;ii ,. M . Al - •sAi^r who says^ "Camels—there's 9 never • cuts down your wind* of condition." win pleas* you tool Camels tobaccos. They are mild, throat. Smoke them all ypd upset your nerves .!.. or tire And athletes find that do not get their wind. CONSJDOI MOU when yon nun f your __ — '*' 1 et yonr. *:. ( ;,; -

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