Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana on June 19, 1936 · 8
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Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana · 8

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8 LAFAYETTE JOURNAL AND COURIER Friday Evening, June 19, 1936 West LafavjetVe and Popular Science Talks at Purdue A series of informal Monday evening chats on "The History of Science" with Purdue staff members in charge will be launched Monday evening, June 29, at 7 o'clock in the faculty lounge of the Memorial Union building. The general public is cordially invited to attend any, or all, of the meetings, which will be of a popular nature. Dean R. G. Dukes of the graduate school will launch the series Monday, June 29, with a discussion of "A Panorama of the Progress of Science." The entire series will be one of the added features of the extra-curricular program of social, cultural and recreational activities planned for the summer session. Speakers, subject and dates for the remainder of the series are as follows: July 6 Dr. T. E. Mason, "Some Pages From the History of Mathematics." July 13 Dr. C. L. Porter, "Theo-phrastus and the History of Botany." y July 20 Dr. H. R. Kraybill, "Justus von Leibig and the History of Agricultural Chemistry." July 27-Dr. C. S. Roys, "Sketches From the History of Electrical Engineering." August 3 Prof. W. E. Howland, "The Parallel Development of the Idea of Progress and Rise of Natural Science." Buffet Supper as Pre-Nuptial Event Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Wood entertained at an informal buffet supper Thursday evening at their home on Dodge street, honoring their son, Lawrence A. Wood, jr., and his fiancee, Miss Jean Brooks Harding, whose marriage will take place next week. Summer garden flowers decorated the serving table. Morris Brewster, of Chicago, fraternity brother of Mr. Wood, who will serve as best man at the wedding, was among the guests. NEWS OF ROUND ABOUT ATTICA Mrs. George Linda-mood, 81, mother of Floyd Linda-mood. Attica, died Thursday at her home in Lebanon. The husband and son. with a sister, Mrs. Minnie Cooper, also of Attica, survive. BOSWELL Local committees are completing arrangements for a celebration at the fairgrounds here July 3-5. Friday will be "Farm Day"; Saturday, "Republican Day," and Sunday, '"Democratic Day." DELPHI Florence Bowman, of neRr here, and Wayne Lowery, of Cutler, have been awarded scholarships to Indiana university. FLORA Nineteen children from the Knightstown orphans' home are enjoying two weeks in homes here of members of the American Legion. FOWLER Rev. William Lichau, pastor of the Presbyterian church here, will be a member of the staff for the 14th annual boys' camp at Camp Kosciusko, Lake Winona, June 21 to July 5. VEEDERSBURG Albert J. Gos-lett. 71, local business man and resident here 60 years, died Thursday afternoon at the Methodist hospital. Indianapolis, following an operation. For a number of years he conducted a grocery here, and for the past 20 years had been an insurance and SPECIAL Men's and Young Men's SUITS Light and dark colors and patterns that can be worn the year 'round. See these suits for real style and fine tailoring. o Others $19.50 to $29.50 All Sizes . . . Large Selection ... New Styles, Materials. Sunday, June 21 FATHER'S DAY WILSON SHIRT$;leent Collars $1.65 Hand Tailored Ties 55c 2 for $1.00 Wilson's Buffer Hose 35c 3 pairs $1.00 Klondike Boys Have Meeting at School Klondike 4-H boys club and Future Farmers met and enjoyed group singing led by Lee Wood and yells led by Wilbur German. Musical entertainment was furnished by a quartet composed of Robert Arvidson, Dick Albright, Lee Wood, and Edward Klinker, and the O'Brien brothers in song and accordian numbers, Jeanette O'Brien accompanied. Prof. Edward C. Stair, of the Purdue horticultural department, spoke on "The Late Garden." Clifford Breeden. jr., reported on the junior leadership camp and junior leaders made reports of their work. J. C. Ralston, county club leader, spoke, and Harry Q. Holt, vocational agricultural supervisor, conducted a business meeting. The recently organized Mothers' group of the Klondike 4-H club for boys, also held a meeting at which four new members were enrolled. Mrs. Stair was a guest. Methodist Services Services at First Methodist Episcopal church are announced as follows: 9:30 a. m. Church school. Dr. G. H. Graves, of Purdue university, will teach the students' class. 10:40 a. m. Morning worship. This service will be conducted by Dr. G. H. Graves. Miss Dorothy Holden will preside at the organ. The organ numbers will be as fol lows: "Voix Celeste" (Batiste) and "Air for G String" (Bach). Pupils' Recital A nleasins: recital was enjoyed Thursday afternoon when Mrs. Harrv E. Rank presented a group of her pupils in piano solo and duet numbers before a large number of invited euests in the par lors of First M. E. church. David Allen assisted. Helen Jones, Jean Yeager, Arthur Jacklin, Keith Steckel, Marjorie Bass, Albert Johnson. Marvella Steckel, Julia Ann Jackson, Charlotte Bass, Gladys Douglas. Mildred Jacklin, Barbara Jacklin, Idabelle Bass, Barbara Schultz and Marilyn Mil ler are members of the class. real estate agent. Surviving are the widow and three sisters, including Mrs. Elva Parker, darks Hill. MONTICELLO Struck by an automobile driven by E. E. Stoops, of near Frankfort, Mary Denton, 13. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Denton, of South Main street, had two ribs broken, head and body cuts and bruises and possible internal injuries. Linden Concert LINDEN, June 19 The Linden Community orchestra will give its first concert Sunday evening, June 21, at the Christian church, the program to include readings, solos and duets. Sacred songs will be sung by the audience, the orchestra accompanying. Ernest Stephenson is directing the 27-piece organization. O. G. Lidikay will have charge of the singing. Hospital Notes Mrs. Minnie Pertz, 635 Perrin avenue, is a medical patient at the Home hospital. Albert Perkins, Romney rural route 1, has entered the Home hospital as a surgical patient. Wayne Miller, Lafayette rural ANNUAL SALE ALLEN-A HOSIERY 89c - 79c - 69c Southworth's Wvv ! A mi I t M mm Purdue University Attend Wedding of Former Purdue Man Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Baker and daughter, Phyllis, of. DeHart street, returned Thursday from Plainfield, 111., where they attended the impressive church wedding of James E. Smith and Miss Grace Jones. Mr. Smith was for several years a member of the horticultural staff of Purdue university, having received a master's degree here in 1935. He was al30 a member of the Paul Tincher Smith choir. They will reside in Nashville, Tenn., where the groom is employed by a large floricultural concern. Country Club Guest Day; Golf, Bridge Thursday was guest day for women golfers at the West Lafayette Country club. Guest prizes in the 18-hole match for guest low scores were awarded to Miss Gorham, of Frankfort, first, with a score of 94; second, Miss Helen Schleman, score 103; Miss Florence Hun-sicker won the member's prize with a score of 99. Mrs. Ada Frey and Mrs. C. F. Kriegbaum won first and second prizes, respectively, for lowest scores in a nine-hole tourney. Mrs. S. S. Hauge won the member's prize. In the afternoon six tables of auction and seven tables of contract bridge were at play. Mrs. Gus Merritt won the prize at auction and Mrs. Albert Memmer the contract prize. Baptist Services Sunday services at the West Lafayette Baptist church will open with church school at 9:30 a. m. with P. T. Brown, general superintendent. The sermon of the pastor, the Rev. Joseph Baird Gleas-on, at the 10:35 a. m. service will be, "Knee Deep in June." There will be no evening services. Music for the morning with Mrs. J. E. Jordan, director, and Mrs. Sigel A. Anderson at the organ, will be Beethoven's anthem, "The Heavens Are Telling" and a solo by Mrs. Jordan, "The Lord Is My Shepherd" (Stephen). The organ route 7, is receiving treatment at the Home hospital for a fractured arm. Mrs. Jesse Krapff returned to her home in Brookston after being a patient at the Home hospital. Mrs. Charles Shafer, Delphi rural route 4, who has been a patient at the Home hospital, has returned to her home. Glenn Hanson returned to his home, 710 North Fifth street from St. Elizabeth hospital. Sues for Stock Suit has been filed in circuit court by Albert C. Wray of Elkhart against the Fowler Bank City Trust company and the state department of financial institutions, in charge of the liquidation of the institution, for possession of two 50-share preferred stock certificates of the Starrett -H R jiE Wfpgfd fix That "old-tang" flavor is a tfcCawrtt $rew tradition ! YE TAVERN PICNIC BEER A SUMMER FAVORITE Keg Beer in 2 -Gallon (64-oz.) Bottles 4 Bottles to the Case Phone 3068 or Your Dealer For Delivery numbers will be, "Andante in D" (Silas); "Offertorie in F" (Batiste) and "Postlude" by Cramer. Birthday Party Mary Ellen Kinsman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Kinsman, of University street, observed her sixth birthday anniversary with a delightful birthday party at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gamble, on Chauncey avenue. After a round of games, a delicious supper was enjoyed. Yellow and green lighted tapers surrounded the decorated birthday cake which was a feature of the table decorations. Baskets of candy and small dolls were the favors. Valeria Ann Gamble, of Huntington, a guest of Mary Ellen, was among the guests. ' PERSONAL AND GENERAL Mrs. C. Ross Dean went to Springfield, O., Friday morning to be the guest of her mother, Mrs. R. H. Hume, for several days. Dean and Mrs. Charles B. Jordan have returned from French Lick, where they attended a convention of the Indiana Pharmaceutical association, in session for the past few days. Miss Peggy Howard, 207 Sheetz street, left Wednesday to spend the summer near Lake Cicott. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jordan and daughter, Ruth May, returned Thursday to their home in Huntington, W. Va., after a several days' visit with the former's father, George W. Jordan, and family, of Harrison street. Mrs. J. F. Gamble and daughter, Valeria Ann, of Huntington, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Gamble. J. F. Gamble, who accompanied them here, has gone to Indianapolis for a several days' stay. Misses Dorothy and Betty Jane Woelffle, of 825 Robinson avenue, left Friday with their aunt, Miss Catherine Balkema, of Evansville, and the latter's mother, Mrs. Garret Balkema, Lafayette, on a motor trip to Niagara Falls, Toronto, Pittsburgh and other points. Mrs. August Enz, of St. Louis, Mo., is the guest of Dr. August Enz, jr.. and family, of Williams street. corporation and $1,000 damages. Jay, Phillips and Bontrager of Elkhart, are attorneys for Wray. Claims Upheld A preferred claim in the sum of $1,131.66 in favor of Bessie Murphy, Carl and Edna Cedar-quist and William F. Royal, has been allowed in circuit court by Special Judge Fred N. Prass, of the superior court, in the Tippecanoe Loan and Trust company liquidation. Theresa Ohnmacht's claim was denied. MEN'S COVERT WORK CLOTHES Jovert Caps SSo Sanforized Covert Jackets Sanforized Covert Pants $1.48 RELIABLE CLOTHING STORE 234 MAIN 8T. Alfridttoo, Eogliod NEW TRAIN HAS UNIQUE DESIGN Streamlined "Mercury" in City on Trial Run; Has Many Innovations. Making a trial run over the Big Four railroad, Indianapolis to Sheff and return,: the New York Central's new streamlined passenger train, "The Mercury," visited Lafayette at 8:30 and 10:30 o'clock Friday morning, attracting much attention at the South street station. It is scheduled to go into regular service soon between Cleveland and Detroit. The de luxe train of articulated locomotive and seven coaches was carrying as guests, high officials of the railroad and "newspaper writers. Fully air conditioned, the train is of unusual design with numerous innovations in appointments and mechanical features. It has full-dimensioned cars constructed of steel, much lighter than present standard equipment. The steam locomotive, with a blunt nose, appears like a giant automobile of current design as it approaches. Sizes 3 to 9 Widths AAA to C It II 11 v" EXDTTTTIEISHBEliS 332 MAIN ST. 1932 BUICK (32-8-50 Series), mechanically OK throughout. Interior in the very best of condition. New tires, new paint an Arabian sand color. This is one real auto- CQ7C mobile .J)J I O 1935 CHEVROLET STANDARD COUPE, just a peach of a small car for business or a young couple of newlyweds. Low mile age. Guaranteed OK. Oh boy, and only $465 Please do not forget to ask about our terms and the Red OK Tag and the guarantee. 1932 PLYMOUTH COACH, 4 cylinder, floating power. A dandy small car in the very best of condition. Tires COOC OK and only ) ) 1935 CHEVROLET 1'2 TON TRUCK, 1. w. b., 32x6xl0-ply tires on rear, overload springs. This truck reconditioned. Cab in nice clean condition and new 1936 paint job. Guarantee OK. A real tool CCOC only - rULiO 1930 FORD A PANEL, just as good as you will be able to buy at the price regardless where you go. Clean and ready to give miles of good service and only $245 1935 FORD DELUXE TRUNK SEDAN. Low mileage. Came from original owner. Just a dandy nice family car. Paint and interior like new. CCC A rare value at OtO F V SEE THESE BETTER rirFrT P I fT VALUES TODAY! V Jt Jf Hi J iW The locomotive also has its 79-inch disc driving wheels and their silvered rods illuminated by flood lights sheathed by the engine streamlined covering, make them visible at night. The entire train is dark gray with silver striping and equipped with roller bearings throughout. The cars and locomotive start as a unit with no uncontrolled slack between any of them, thus eliminating jolts. The windows of the coaches are sealed, and the doors are "air tight" The doors also control the steps which let down when the doors open and fold up when the doors close. Inside noise has been reduced by the use of insulating materials in floors, walls and ceilings. The cars include a combination baggage car and coach, a coach with smoking room for men and women, full-length diner with new seating arrangements, pantry-kitchen car, bar car, parlor car and parlor observation car with a streamlined rear end into which is built an electric sign bearing the train's name. The historian Froude says that Julius Ceasar's body was burned in the Forum and that the remains were collected and deposited in the tomb of the Caesars in the Campus Martius. Square Toe SANDALS $H)95 Others at $1.99 Square toes and heels are definitely in the style picture. Smart as a whip soft as a glove. See these knockouts for squareness at Carl's today. All-Silk Ringless Chiffon Hose 69c LAFAYETTE, IND. 1933 CHEVROLET TON PICK UP, closed cab, steel box body. Car reconditioned and ready for paint shop. Will paint any color to suit the buyer. 1 mean a real buy $325 1930 OLDSMOBILE COUPE with heater. Car checked over thoroughly. Tires good for at least 15,000 miles. Finished in a beautiful black. A 0"JQC real one for only pJJ 1931 PONTIAC CUSTOM BUILT COACH, upholstering in good condition. Motor overhauled. Tires good, paint new. I say an awful good automobile at a low price of only . $265 We have the largest and most complete stock of good clean and reconditioned cars and trucks in this part of the state at prices to sell them with Low and Easy Terms. If you want a low priced car we have them of all makes, models and styles and prices that will please you and your purse. 1931 HUPMOBILE LIGHT CENTURY 6 DELUXE SEDAN. Thoroughly reconditioned, 6 wheels and tires. Finish A-l inside and out. Just one fine car for family use and only vlt fit W " ' - .K All Silk Crepe Slips Guaranteed Seans $1.98 Rayon Knit Slips $1.00 Shadow Panel - Guaranteed Against Sagging Rayon Panties Bloomers 50c Batiste Pajamas, I or 2-piece $1.00 Handmade Gowns $1.00 Ladies' Knit Union Suits, all styles 50c Child ren's Rayon Bloomers Tea Rose 25c Children's Muslin Slips 39c-59c Children's Knit Union Suits, self-help 39c Boys' Trunks and Vests, each 25c Slacks, 8-12, 14-20 $1.00 White GloVeS BeauMfuI Styles 59c$I.OO Hankies, color or plain 5c to 50c Purses, white or pastels $1.00 to $1.95 Belts, white or pastels 50c to $1.00 Th ieme & Wangerin Co. WEST SIDE SQUARE JOURNAL AND COURIER WANT ADS BRING BEST RESULTS (mm ij&sff 1935 CHRYSLER AIR STREAM COUPE, air wheels and tires. Original finish, low mileage. Came from the first owner. Don t miss this one. Real value at only $565 1934 FORD DELUXE COACH. This is a dandy small car. Low mileage, clean inside and out, good tires. Runs A-l. Came from the first owner at $425 1935 CHEVROLET STANDARD COACH, low mileage. Tires A-l, finish original, upholstering clean. This car just like new at a very low figure $465 1931 CHEVROLET COACH. This car has the original finish, Brewster green. Tires OK. Car nice and clean inside and guar anteed OK. Stop, think, only ySr cws l-ct June Sale of Lingerie yf i 1933 CHEVROLET MASTER COACH, 6 cylinders, 65 h. p., 110 inch wheelbase, 4 wheel mechanical brakes. This car has been thoroughly reconditioned. Guaranteed $375 1934 CHEVROLET MASTER COACH, knee action, Fischer no draft ventilation. Original finish. Interior clean as a button. Car thoroughly reconditioned. Came from original owner. Guaranteed OK. Just think only . $465 1932 BUCK CONVERTIBLE SEDAN, 6 wheels", fi tires, hot water heater, genuine Jeather upholstering. Finish in wonderful condition. Came from first owner CQQC only $0JJ $265 is2g?erv Lafayette Brewery, Inc. BALTIMO CLOTHES SHOP 414 Main St. Lafavette 620 COLUMBIA USED CAR DEPT. PHONE 6232 RE

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