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Muncie Evening Press from Muncie, Indiana · Page 13

Muncie, Indiana
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Friday, May 4, 1934
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THE MUNCIE EVENING PRESS, FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1934. PAGE THIRTEEN 1 dj. it J IJJ your child almost for the priceof re- jT ul'VV yL pairing the old one. . . . Strong Black CSSataa. if Oxfords with aoles built to taril rough . hd andV issc white or iat- Boys' Black Oxfords Misses Oxfords in ent leather "T" strap. JL that are full f wear J V two-tone Tan All VV ISe" llege Heel All A. om toe An J I ksires to Z .X sies to i. J sizes I TAo SAoet . TkrHiy Million CAoom 208 S. Walnut Let's say something about women and Drewrys Ale .Women seem to prefer it to beer, because Drewrys. taste is mild instead of bitter. They also prefer to serve it instead of highballs when there are men in the party because Drewrys has all of the kick of a highball without any of the kick-back. And that's very important in making a high-spot evening , with a mixed crowd. Drewrys, in spite of its mild taste, has plenty of authority. Don't worry about that. EMU Order a case KLEIHFELDER 217, North Walnut St. NOW. BRtWED CERTAINTY We have one of the largest stocks of white shoes in the city. Here you may see the widest variety of lasts, patterns and sizes. We carry white shoes as narrow ; as i AAAA to insure even the most dif- & .J'''" Fashion Plate Shoes in All White, Combinations of Brown and White, and Blue and White for $5 $6 and $7.50 Thousands of White Kid White Crushed Pig White Pin-Tuck Kid . White Pique and Linen White and Brown Buck White Mandrucca White Nu-Buck ; ' White Sport Oxfords, $3.95 Nu-Buck and Elk With Leather and Composition Soles Sizes 3 to 9VV jr BOOT CALL PHONE 4980 FOR for your home BEVERAGE GO. Phone 236 IN THE U.S.A. IS a FOR SPRING - 1 Feet Begged for Mercy" in Last Year's White Shoes And thousands of women are paying the painful penalty for wearing "cheap" white shoes. AAAA to B , Widths SHOF WANT AD RESULTS COLLEGE QUEET CHOICES NAMED Six Candidates Considered for Sports Ruler. Candidates for snrinar snorts queen at, Ball state College were announced Friday by the student-faculty committee in charge. The candidates are Merry Christmas Clouse, of Albion; Sally Brandenburg, of Indianapolis; Kay Hough, of Kendallville; Elizabeth B!ack, of Newcastle; Mary Margaret Hash, of Tipton, and Harriett Johnson, of Indianapolis. Committee members said no date had been reached for the dedication of the new baseball grandstand, at which the sports queen will preside, as it can not be ascertained when the structure will be completed. All Candidates Seniors. Members of the committee are Miss Regina Frank, Miss Grace De-Kority, dean of women, and John Good and Elizabeth Black, students. All candidates are seniors and girls who are interested sports or participated In sports were considered. The candidates will take part in the only home track meet of the season on May 12. The sports queen, when chosen, will take the place of the May queen, an honor that was discontinued here in 1929. She will reign over the stadium dedication, various sports and physical education activities. TEMPERATURE HITS SEASON'S HIGH MARK The highest mark of the season was reached in Muncie Friday when the mercury rose to 85 degrees, five points above the previous maximum. The thermometer of Harry W. Hoppes, government meteorologist, indicated 85 at noon and at 1 p. tn. Showers and continued warm weather were forecast by the United States weather bureau in Indian apolis. Honest Efficient Qualified VOTE FOR El Ml FOR i I , S REPUBLICAN No. 21 on County Ballot MUNCIE WAS PROSPEROUS WITH Ability Cost of materials and labor is lower. Facts THE material costs and wages were highest during the years from 1926 to 1929, but the city was' operated for less. - MONEY RECEIVED BY CITY FROM TAXES Hampton's Average Year Present Administration's Av erage Year , $387,199.96 $403,692.07 s Money Received by City From State Gasoline Fund for Repair of Streets and Bridges Hampton's Four Years Total: $64,890.88 COMPARE AVERAGE TAX RATES Average tax rate pre- Average tax rate Average tax rate vious four years Hampton's four years present administra $2.68 $2.57 Taxes Must Be Lowered Operating Costs Must Be Reduced JOHN HAMPTON Republican candidate for Mayor will broadcast over WLBC TONIGHT, Friday, May 4th, at 8:30 P. M. Open New Store in Muncie C. Gordon Miller. s A new shop, The Century Studios, devoted to interior decoration and the adaption of home furnishings to the customer's individuality, will be opened Saturday at 107 Rose Court, by two Hoosiers. C. Gordon Miller and Ralph L. Fattig. Mr. Miller is widely known and of long experience in the furniture business, having been for many years connected with manufacturers, and for the past four years with one of the leading furniture manufacturers in Grand Rapids. Mr. Fattig is equally well known, particularly in the East and South, where for the past 15 years he has FIVE INJURED WHEN AUTO LEAVES ROAD Five Delaware County residents were hurt Friday afternoon when the taxicab in which they were riding ran oft a road two miles south of Daleville. All were brought to Ball Memorial Hospital. Dorothy and Goldie Davis, H. C. Thompson and Kenneth Goens, all of Muncie, and Eva Smith, of Selma, were the occupants of the automobile. . Their injuries are not believed to be serious. Honest Efficient Qualified Experience City expenses must be lowered accordingly. Not Promises Present Administration Four Years , Total: $121,557.32 tion $3.01 1 is, ' ' W5 1 i Ralpn Li. Fattig. been a designer of interiors. He comes to Muncie from Houston, Texas. Not only will The Century Studios be an authoritative shop for period furniture, but it will also make available acomplete line of furnishings including drapery, upholstery .fabrics, oriental and domestic rugs, wall tapestries, and art objects. "The Century Studios," Mr. Fattig said, "will offer furniture and furnishings in every price range from the lowest to the highest but every piece, regardless of price, will be true as to period design and adaption to the sptting in which it is to be used." MILLINERY SHOP IN NEW LOCATION Ada and Franc Curry, well known milliners here, have 'announced the opening of their new location at 120 East Adams St. The new room is attractively decorated in brown and ivory. This color scheme is carried out in the flooring, walls, drapes and furniture. Mirrors; mahogany tables and brown and ivory lamps add to the pleasing appearance of the spacious and well-lighted display room. A full line of the latest designs and styles by the country's foremost hat designers is carried. Both Miss Ada Curry and Miss France Curry have been in the millinery business in Muncie for many years and until recently owned and operated a store at 110 East Jackson St. The Margo Dre?s Shop, located over the new millinery store, is cooperating in the Curry Millinery Store opening. LEGAL ADVERTISING NOTICE OF VOTING PIACES. DELAWARE COUNTY. INDIANA. The Board ol Commissioners of Delaware County State of Indiana, announce the following places for voting on May 8, 1934. within each of the election precincts of Delaware County. Indiana, as follows: Precinct 1. Jefferson School Building. 2. Central High School Building. 3. Mrs. Naomi Mitchner residence. 554 Wilson Ave. 4 Dixie Hotel. Corner Seymour and Walnut. 5. Courthouse. 6. Fmerson School Building. 7. Fitch Oarage. 8. First Christian Church. Elm and North Sts. 9. Jackson Street Christian Church. 10. Washingttn School Building. 11. A. L. Goad's Barber Shop. 1105 East ""ain St. 12. Longfellow School Buuilding. 13. Arth'ir Williams residence, 2208 South Jefferson St. 14. Lincoln rhool Building. '5. U G. Forbes residence. 13' West Eighth St. 16. George A. Clark's residence. 910 South Jefferson St. 17. Hall Roofing Companv. 1103 South Walnut St. "!. Frank Bowers residence, 1823 South Walnut St. 19. Oarfield School Building. 20. Leon Zellers' Residence, 722 South Hackley. 900 Block East First St. Rav Pingry Barber Shop. 644 Ohio Ave 22. Blaine School Building. 23. Ford's residence, 1600 West Ninth St. 24. United Brethren Church, Corner Calvert Ave. and Jackson St. " Ralph Leonard residence. 25n West Jackson St. 26. Normal Citv M. E. Church. 27. Mrs. Adela Kelsey. 524 Carso- St. Mrs Thomas Taylor Shop. 1600 East Highland Ave. 29. McNary' residence. 2500 East Twelfth St. J). In rear of Corbin's Grocery, 2720 South Madison St. 31. Roosevelt School Building. 3" John Shores Store Room, Thirteenth St. and Hoyt Ave. 33. Field School Building. 34. Bert McClellan Club Room, Andersonville. 35. J. W. Crawford's residence. Road 3. by Claynole Farm. 36. Leo Lucas residence. 2503 Mock Ave. 37 W. M. Snodgrass residence. Cross Roads. 38. Daleville School Building. 39. Yorktown Fire Station. 40. Cammack School House. 41. Harrison School Building. 42. Gaston School Building. 43. Odd Fellows' Hall.. Wheeling. 44 Cowan School Building. 45. Royerton School Building. 1 46. Masonic Hall. Eaton. 47. George W. Hoover Building, Eaton. 48. Center School Building. 49. Leeper residence. S?lma. 50. Schull Hardware, Selma. 51. DeSoto School Building. 52. City Hall, Albany. 53. Oak Grove School Building. Dated this 27th day of April. 1934. W. MAX SHAFER. Auditor. Delaware County. Indiana. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed, from the clerk's office of the clerk of the Delaware Circuit Court, in a cause wherein the Mutual Home and Savings Association is plaintiff, and Ida Hancock and Watson W. Hancock, et al., are defendants, requiring me to make the sum of one thousands eleven dollars and eleven cents, with interest on said decree and costs, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder on Monday, the 28th day of May. A. D. 1934. between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m. of said day. at the door of the courthouse of said Delaware County. Indiana, the rents and profits for a term not exceeding seven years, of the following described real estate, to-wit: Lot numbsr seven (7) in Mock Heirs Addition to the city of -Muncie. Indiana. If such rents and profits will not sell lor a sufficient sum to satisfy said decree, interest and costs. I will at the same time and place expose at public sale the fee simD.e of said real estate, or so much thereof as may be sufficient to discharge said decree interest and costs. Said sale will be made without any relief whatever from valuation or appraisement laws. A Til 26 1934. OTIS P. SNODGRASS, j Sheriff of Delaware County. White and HaymjmgPIamff Attune vs. N9.ISS?9F THE BASING OF THE CON-CE.I,9it STAXDS AN'D PRIVILEGES AT HEEKIN PARK. MUNCIE. IND. The Board of Public Parks of the City of Muncie. Indiana will receive bids for leasing of concession privileges and stands located at and in Heekin Park in the City of Muncie. Said lease and privileges to be for the vear of 1934. The leasor to furnish good and sufficient bond for the maintaining and keeping clean the premises where refreshments are sold. All bids to be In writing, stating the amount that bidder will give for said concession. No bid will be awarded to a person not living within the city of Muncie. All bids to be filed with the Park Board of the City of Muncie on or before 7 o'clock p. m. May 15, 1934. Bids must be accompanied by certified check for 10 per cent of amount of bid. and non.-col-lusion affidavit. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. (Signed) TRACY WOLFE.. ETHEL MEDSKER. O. W. CRABBS. J- A. ALLEN. .,Metnbers of Park Board. ' FLORENCE MANFORD.- . Secretary to Park Board. C. A. Taughinbaugh. City Attorney. . 4,11. H f 1 BETTING SPREE SENDS MILLION IN MUTUELS Continued From Face Twelve. been silent. "Colt or filly, there's no horse that can beat Cavalcade in this derby," he volunteers. "Boy and man; I have been putting plates on 'em for upwards of 30 years and I tell you ;here's no three-year-old as fast as this fellow today. Don't believe any of that stuff about his being nervous and Jittery. He's just a big bully, that's what he is, and as fit as any horse I ever shoed. He can go any distance on any kind of track. If its muddy, so much the better." Marion Told To Be Good Ruling Issued in School Fight. Local school officials Friday re ceived notice of the I. H. S. A. A. board of control ruling relative to the much-publicized fight following the Muncie-Marion basketball game at Marion February 23. Principal L. S. Martin and Coach Raymond Jolly, of Muncie, and Principal J. W. Kendall and Coach Smith, of Marion, gave information about the affair at the board meeting. - In his letter Arthur L. Trester, I. H. S. A. A. commissioner, quotes the following ruling from the minutes of the meeting: "The commissioner was instructed to notify Principal Kendall pf Marion that the I. H. S. A. A. expects him and other school officials to formulate and to carry into effect methods, arrangements and policies that will prevent a recurrence of such difficulties as were connected with the game in question." SHERIFF IS HOLDING PAPERS FOR WOMAN The sheriff's office here would like to communicate with Mrs. Henrietta Harris, address unknown. Valuable papers received here for Mrs. Harris are being held by Sheriff O. P. Snodgrass. The papers carried no street address and the name cannot be found in the directory. The papers are oil leases received from Galves ton, Tex. BUSINESS WOMEN TO HAVE MAY BREAKFAST The May breakfast of the Busi ness and Professional Woman's Club will be held Sunday at 8:30 a. m., at the Hoffer residence in East Main St. The program will be in charge of the music and entertainment committee of which Miss Jeanette Orr is chairman. Delegates to the state convention in Bloom- GOVERNMENT TO ASK ARMY AIRPLANE BIDS WASHINGTON, May 4. (JP) Bids for 110 airplanes to cost $7,500,-000 will be asked within a few days by the war department as a part of a three-year aviation development program. The money has been made available by the public works administration. Bids will be asked for 80 bombing planes and 30 attack planes. Beautiful Belle Isle, the 3,000-acre wooded island park near Detroit, was bought from the Indians for eight barrels of rum, three rolls of tobacco, and sixx pounds of war paint. HOW PLAYING Es He Play Cupid And How ! ! Sweet romance coupled with a thousand laughs. . V.C. FIELDS "You're Telling Lie" With Buster Crabbe Joan Marsh Adrienne Ames Also Musical Revue News Novelty Fashions SPECIAL EARLY , SHOW SATURDAY . J 2: 1 5 P. M. ALL CARTOON SHOW LOOK .Inst the kind of a show you've alwavs wished for. 1. MICKEY MOUSE "Plow Boy" 2. BETTY BOOP "Crazy Inventions" 3. SCRAPPY "Treasure Hunt" 4. HIGHBROWS "Treasure Hunt" 5. WALT DISNEY'S "Silly Symphony" Come to the early show remain for the - regular matinee without charge. Amusement Tips RIVOLI"you're Telling Me" with W. C. Fields. Feature at 2:00, 3:55, 5:50, 7:45 and 9:40 p. m. STRAND "Registered Nurse." with Bebe Daniels and Lyle Talbot. Feature 1:55, 3:55, 5:55, 7:55, 9:55 p. m. STAR "Manhattan Escapades" by the Bert Smith Revue at 2:30, 4:45, 7:15. 9:30 p. m. Also "Revenge 'at Monte Carlo" with June Collyer at 1:00, 3:30 5:45. 8:15, 10:30 p. m. WYSOR "The Dude Bandit." with Hoot Gibson and Gloria Shea. Feature at 2:04. 4:00, 5:56, 7:52, 9:28 p. m. LIBERTY "Found Alive," with Barbara Bedford at 1:35, 3:15, 4:50, 6:30, 8:10, 9:45. UPTOWN "The Trail Drive" with Ken Maynard at 1:33, 4:21. 7:09, 10:07 p. m. Also "Girl Without a Room" with Mar-guarlte Churchill at 3:06, 5:54, 8:42 p. m. VAUDELLE- "Hold the Press" with Tim MrCoy at 1:00, 2:35, 4:10, 5:45, 7:20, 8:55 p. m. KNIGHTS TEMPLAR TO BE CHURCH GUESTS Next Sunday at the 11 o'clock service Grace Church will have as its guests the members of the local Commandery, No. 18, Knights k Templar and their wives. The speaker at this service will be the rector, the Reverend . C. Russell Moodey, who will deliver an address dealing with the implications of Ascension Day. The' local choir will be augmented by the Apollo Club and appropriate music has been selected to mark this important season. At 8 o'clock there will be the usual corporate communion for the parish, and Mr. Moodey will speak briefly at this service. The public is invited. CHARLES E. HAWK Republican Candidate for Nomination for COUNCILMAN SECOND DISTRICT VAUDELLE NEW PROGRAM TIM McCOY in "HOLD THE PRESS" Comedy - News -.Mickey Mouse Oh, -they call for our food! They call for our beerl And they call for our Fiddlers three! Dot, Gloria and Pat On Tap Every Night at the Hotel Delaware Coffee Shop (NO COVER CHARGE) Ken Maynard In ' "The Trail Drive" Paramount'! Laurh Hit "The Girl Without a Room" Today and Sat. Mat. 10c ISO Liberty Today & Sat. SAVAGE LIFE and JUNGLE PASSION gSOMK Pl.ACK TO OO Muncie' Home of Diversified Entertainment flew STAR heater C RAY ANDREWS, Mr. Home Owned . . . Homt nnr..j C1S?? DaUJr 1:00 o 11:S0 TODAY and TOMORROW I 1 Another Great Show See It --r5Ss5 nA SAW" ..... o . van - g pad-'' Adaed LITTLE ESTHER " -ni uancer. ss5;. Tony Camarrato Monte i f Mat. 10,. 15e. S5e NiteZOc. 25c, 3oe ANOTHER BIG ... MIDNIGHT FUN FROLIC SAT. NITE Come Join the Crowd and Have a Big Time. West Florida has the most lightning of any area in the United States. ' Those horrifying cluei that haunted the officials pf Trinidad . . . left each time by the most mysterious murderer that ever practiced unearthly crimes I mn i A Fox Picture (9 with "O NIGEL BRUCE HEATHER ANGEL ) VICTOR JORY TODAY AND SATURDAY!! . . -gj- 4 few y cs J jr r . '.I A New Western Star in a New Western Thriller! C'mon out in the Weal where bandits play hide - and - seek with the law where . adventure Is never- . ending I HOOT GIBSON THE DUDE BANDIT with Gloria Shea s It EXTRA! Don't Miss It! 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