Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana on June 16, 1927 · 9
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Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana · 9

Lafayette, Indiana
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Thursday, June 16, 1927
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Thursday Evening, June 16, 1927 LAFAYETTE JOURNAL AND COURIER WcsV Lafavjette and Purdue PURDUE NAMES in leave Duke urn HI TERCHERS Faculty Changes at Close of Year Are Announced; Some Resignations and Some Promotions. S-vcral faculty changes not previously announced at Purde. were ;.r;rored by the board of trustees t its June meeting. Those chants not previously announced follow: Hen Browne, graduate of the University of Kentucky, instructor in civil engineering. HI wood Murray, instructor in English, to succeed C. K. Glander, resigned to accept a position at Ohio State .university. Paul Fatout, Purdue '21. now connected with the State College of Washington, instructor in Eng-Lsh to succeed K. J. Conklin, resigned. E. Ellis, from the University f.f Chicago, to be instructor history in the place of Prof. ..or who is on a year's .f absence to teach at versity. HISTORY TEACHER. C. B. Murphy, gradute of Purdue and the University of Chicago, is a new instructor in history. I J. Ilolladay was named bacteriology assistant to succeed K Ft. Carman, resigned. Velma McCulloch was general biology assistant ceed J. Iris Tuniey. R. A. Clark, T. B. nolliday, I.. M. Sleeper, K. H. Kose, and J.. r.. Weber, are new assistants in phvsics, filling vacancies. ft T. Hamilton, Purd.ue 2S. wlio has been with the General Electric .nmnanv. has been named super intendent of new construction tim nmmis and assumed duties. , l 1 farter has been named fellow in the engineei ing experiment station. RESIGNATIONS. Resignations not preiously announced are as follows: Misses ..! t.' k!,.i,vn. Kva G. llobm- ami (iwtndolyn Pric the staff of the school economics: E. VV- nlivsirs assistant: i-.ami i:. H. Evans, J. I! It. Swim and J. E. inv assistants: J pharmacy Hrsliey. who has university I. Garcelon, assistant engineer of tests, Baltimore and Ohio railroad; H. W. Caddington, engineer of tests, X. . nd W. railroad; A. M-Miers, service test inspector, New York Central railroad; Ft. B. Lewis, mechanical engineer of the Tinius Olsen Co., which rurnisnea moi of the equipment for the tests; E. I.. Johnson, assistant engineer or tests, New York central ranroau and I- H. Schlatter, ioreman ui physics laboratory, Pennsylvania railroad. meeting of the S. from there he will for the summer. P. go E. to E. Orleans paign, in.. andlPoornmn'" Prof. Hall to Speak At Neutoun Meeting Prof. Oakel F. Hall will address the members of the three churches of Newtown, at a community meeting in the Newtown Methodist church, Sunday evening, June 19. The subject of Prof. Hall.'s ad-,ire will be "A Community lr, . . i Church." If est minster Control j ard Convenes Here henna tamily Quests At a Picnic Supper hoc The Westminster board of con- i trol of Presbyterian stuaeni ai- fairs at Purdue was in session this week. Routine business, re- ports and plans for the coming vear's work occupied the consid- ; eration of the members of the board. Those present were: Rev.; Archibald McClure, South Bend;: John C. Van.N'atta, Brookston; Dr.! Harry E. Crain, John W. Nicely, Muncie; Dr. J. S. Milner, Indian-j apolis; Dr.. J- J. Rice, Richmond; ! Dr. Henry Marcotte, Evansville; j Dr. Samuel Callen, Fort Wayne; Profs. T. E. Mason. E. V. Ludy, j Edith Gamble, G. A. Young, W. A. Zchring. Dean Shoemaker, Dr. W. R. Graham and Rev. John W. Findley. A picnic supper was given Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William P.iehle on Pierce street in honor of Rev. and Mrs. Alpha II. Kenna and daughters of EaPorte. About thirty close friends of the honored guests were present. After the serving of a delicious supper, picnic style, a delightful program of music was given by the Misses Kenna and Charlotte Slane. named to sue- Country Club Party Members of the West Lafayette Countrv club will be entertained at a card party Tuesday evening, June 21. at 8 o'clock at the club house. The committee in charge includes Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Brownless. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde liicr Churrh Pmwrt Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. red eiKe l)lg lniircil l rojttl fr aftd Mrs Fred Hudson and Mr. and Mrs. E. G. btrauung. their son, Prof. B. E. Pontius and family of Russell street. Prof. A. P. Poorman and family of Russell street, and guest. Miss Genevieve Lippoldt of Boulder, Colo., have returned from Cham- after attending rroi. twentieth anniversary the University of Illi nois. Mrs. Lot Hamilton of Conners-i-iiip wa here to attend the wed ding of Miss Eucie Ramsey and J. Howard Stoops, Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Allen and sisters Marie and Lucille Allen left Wednesday to motor back to their home in Chattanooga, Tenn., after a week's visit with Mrs. Allen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Stallard. Emerson Pugh of Chicago, 111., formerly a member of the electrical faculty at Purdue, was in I the city for a brier visit inursaa. Trof G. H. Cutler and ranujy departed Thursday for Madison, Wis., where they will spend the summer. Rev. and Mrs. A. H. Kenna and daughters Elaine, Dorothy and Laura Marie, who were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Schwab returned to Laporte, Thursday morning. They were here to attend the Ramsey-Stoops wedding. Capt. and Mrs. Earl iyers of Culver, have returned home after a few days' visit with Mr. -and Mrs. Ray A. Adams. The Good Cheer class of the First Methodist Sunday school will hold a picnic and business meeting at Columbian park, Friday-afternoon at 3 o'clock. Members will please bring sandwiches, a covered dish and service. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Long of rf Dr. and Mrs. G. W. j Westcott of Chicago, have returned to their homes after being the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crane and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. , Svmes of 153 Sheetz street. I Prof. L. D. Rowell and family and Miss Katherine Kellogg left i Thursday for Madison, Wis. They were accompanied dv .irs. r.oni sister, Miss Mathflde Toepfer, ol Madison, who has been spending several weeks here. Miss Ella Hodges has returned to Springfield, 111., after a visit with Mrs. E. J. Kohl of Fowler avenue. Louise Burkle, younger daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John C. Burkle. underwent a tonsil operation Thursday morning at the Home hospital. Phone 5067 WHOLESALE GROCERS SELLING DIRECT TO YOU WE DELIVER $3.00 ORDERS FREE 17 N. ThirH Wine still preserved in the eel- j lars of a London dealer dates back in 1540 and 1631. Kenna Succeeding in Oil his Rev. . H. Kenna. formerly ot West Lafayette, now of Laporte, here Wednesday to perform a marriage ceremony, informed friends that the movement to build a handsome new church edifice for his congregation is progressing rapidly. The structure is to cost $280,000. Work on the basement is already nearing completion, and the contract is soon to be let for the main construction work. Harold, son of Rev. and Mrs. Kenna, was graduated this spring from the Laporte high school, and next fall will enter DePauw uni versity, the alma mater of his I fat her. where the son has already a'heen pledged to Phi Delta Thefa ! fraternity. 1 a on 1 1 us His Mill Receive Advanced Degree from of home Thatcher, N. Evans, Matchctt, r. Tindall. chem-L. Weinland. oa.;itn nt. and 1 . r- instructor in Spanish, gone to Northwestern as assistant professor of Spanish. T J Haga was transferred from Instructor in practical mechanics- to instructor in chemical nig.- nril,g PROMOTION. R G. Siegfried was promoted (v...,-. bistruotor to assistant pro fessor of English. and E. it--.u from instructor to nt nr'ofessor of floriculture. The resignation of J. B-rick from the botany staff agricultural experiment a o nni'iu'pd . M I", iM'rn 1 for the University of California, where he has , epted an excellent position in search work. Prof, and Mrs. B. E. Pontius and daughter Jeanette, accompanied by their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Israel Pontius of Napoleon, Ohio, will motor to Madison, Wis., Friday to attend commencement exercises at j Wisconsin university on June 20. The degree of Doctor or J'hiloso-phy will be conferred upon Prof. Pontius at this time. PERSONAL AND GENERAL. Prof, and Mrs. C. K. Bobbins and children left Wednesday for a motor trip east. They will visit in Worcester. Mass., and will spend the summer in the. Adirondack and White mountains. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Cheney and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Organ, who have been spending several davs with Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Stemm returned Thursday to their home in Elkhart. u,.,.f i: W Sherman ami fam ily left Wednesday by motor for Connecticut where they will spend the summer. Capt and Mrs. W. G. Dockum and sons left Wednesday for Fort jSill, Okla. They will go on to Colorado to spend a several weeks 1 furlough before Capt. Dockum reports for duty at his new post. Miss Bernice Moore has arrived from Davton. Ohio, where she is 'a music pupil of Prof. Williamson land a member of the Westminster ! choir, to spend the summer with I her father, John W. Moore. Mr and Mrs. Israel Pontius of 1 Napoleon, Ohio, a.e the guests of GASOLINE NOW 11c. A welcome announcement is the fact that gasoline may now cost only 11c. It is estimated that this reduction would effect a saving 01 millions of dollars for the American Motorists. This amazing reduction is brought about by a mysterious little device that is easilv installed on any car in a few minutes time. E. Oliver, 1041 1772 W. Winnebago St., Milwaukee, Wis., is so proud of this invention that for a limited time he is offering the device free to auto own ers who will help introduce it. He also needs men everywhere! and offers profits of to iou a: week to men who will handle local business. Write him at once for his rree sampie unci dim my..-. , r, r ey making proposition. Advertise- ijhg jeiX OOSD TOr B Udr yKll ment. Ft. as-e. Kend- of .the station K end rick will acre- Attends Reunion Prof. A. W. Cole, of the -school of mechanical engineering at Purdue, left Wednesday for Worches-ter. Mass., to attend his twenty-fifth class reunion at Worchester Polytechnical. June 27 to 30 IN of. Cole will be at Orono. Maine, where he will attend the annual Tha Mow OrthoDhonic Vic- trola and All Late Victor Records at Frelinger Music House South Side Square women know that no amount of creams and lotions will keep their skin smooth if the pores remain clogged with powder and dust and body waste. To keep their pores clean and their skin healthy they use Jap Rose soap exclusively. All dealers have JAP ROSE SOAP i - RECIPE CHERRY PIE flour, 1 cherries ;up sugar, after they Rnihvay Engineers at j Purdue Looking Over IT'nrk'. mi Draft Gears Three cuds cherries, 4 tablespoons i . . r im na trv. Measure 8 ""P""" r .: ....r ,nd salt are washed and the pits removea. 3-- -- together, then mix with cherries. Follow method for making apple pie. Just oeiore c.v...a , --r- For cherry tart pie put strips ui h""; the top. and with half baking apple pie. nowdered suaar. inch wide crisscross over The sub draft gear committee' of the American Railway associa- in i-nnitinsfKl or nine iiirn, . ... Wednesday and Thursday at due university inspecting equipment and draft, gear hpinr carried on at Purdue the direction of William ur- the tests under i (irav. 1 he ! I tests are being conuncn-n i.iilinir constructed especially for .v.- immedintelv behind the i practical mechanics building. Tho f.nmmiiij'p was composed V.. N. Miller, assistant engineer. Pennsylva. '.a railroad: G. B. Tonne, general maintenance engineer, C. B. and tf. railroad: W. C A. Henry, engineer of motive Pennsylvania railroad : n. of power, WITHOUT FIRST ONIONS IT FOB 3 TFJ5 Awful Gas Formation Ended By the Gly-Casi Mr. Hornbeck States. "You can tell anyone that your Gly-Cas has done more for me than any other medicine I've ever taken," says Mr. Dennis Hornbeck, 39 Y,. Second St., Columbus, Ind., about this new medical discovery at Bartlett's i!:i -- sV-r-. Lafayette. SPECIALS THIS WEEK l. ... .6 'or 29c Fairy Soap be bar 2 35c cans Cub Peaches 0 25c 5 bars Does It Easy Soap 10 bars P. and G. Soap Wray or Purdue Butter J 25c 2 pounds Powdered Sugar 2 pounds Seedless Raisins 25c 3 boxes Fould's Macaroni or Spaghetti 2$c 6 boxes Searchlight Matches 35c Pure Cider Vinegar, gallon 40c Fancy Large Prunes, pound -28c Royal Garden Teas, box 25c Fancy Strawberries and Cherries. Fresh Haddock Fish, pound Salted Mackerel, each Milk Fed Chickens Sweet, Sour and Dill Pickles THE IDEAL Grocery and Meat Market Phones 1608--1501 Corner Sixth and Salem Sts. PHONE for your WANTS 331 PHONES 473 COURTESY IS OUR MOTTO We always have quality goods. At all times we appreciate your phone orders, ys you our best service. We have I REE DLLlVfcK any place in the city. You can depend on us for QUALITY and SERVICE. Try a Pound of Our Special Coffee . . 39c A Few Specials for the Week End 2 pounds Soap Chips 2.c Peanut Butter Kisses, 1 pound c 1-pound can Monarch Cocoa 1-pound can Farm House Cocoa We Have a Full Line of Fire Works 6 bars of Star City Soap 1- pound box Dried Peaches l'c 2- pound box Dried Peaches J-jc 1 pound Cluster Raisins, special J-c A Full Line of Fancy Baskets Friday, Saturday and Monday Specials r..W. CL MALT 45c TFT T O OO KELLOGG'S BRAN Of, J 3 pKoS ISC FLAKES. 3 pkgs Dl PALMOLIVE SOAP, fT STEWART'S PIMENTOES, OC 3 bars UC 3 2-oz. jars KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES Je or POST TOASTIES Small package, 3 for 10c 19c California J A Corn - Peas Navy Beans, Lima Beans ...IUC Tomatoes . Hominy Red Beans, Ol Q cans or Powdered OO 3 cans ZlC O 3C Susar, 3 lbs. . . . OL PEACHES 2 and PEARS li-lb. cans cans White Naptha 3 bars C Oil or Mustard Sardines, or 4 cans California Qn Oranges, 2 doz..''C C. W. G. FLOUR 24' 2 -lb. bag . . 49-lb. bag . . 99c $1.95 Argo Gloss or Corn Starch, t 3 pkgs m C.W.G. Cream- 40 cry Butter xiC nibf ii mi am m aay i wiiiMMWiiiw"iwiM i fp ;,H HI' wsssasMcfflyaiiwsi 207 Columbia St. 1731 Main St. IT 1008 Main St. i A REAL VALUE IN WELL KNOWN BRANDS .39c . 6."c .90c Four Roses Malt, can Budweiser Malt, can Double Dutch Malt, can We Have a Full Line of Stoneware Large package Corn Flakes 14c Ralston Breakfast Food 28c Malted Grape Nuts, large 3c Malted Grape Nuts, small 29c Petti john Breakfast Food 24c 2 pounds bulk Starch l"c Great Northern Beans, 2 pounds for.. 25c Don't Forget to Try a Sack of Mother's Pride Flour Free Delivery. Free Delivery. HEINZ 14 oz. BOTTLE COUNTRY CLUB -14 oz. BOTTLE igin'i n ii 'mt j ii l 201.Columbia St. j (Sliced BACON, OO D) MX 7 SV 'ICNICS 17ic ib. C rSvr-iVZJ Lql ( I i rSSrSSrx I I Junedale BACON, OCl jbacon 18c Tjg?; whole or half 2C I . WS M SI SSB S S El. FT YT COUNTRY CLUB MALT 0? $3.33 H' 39c h w r One Dozen -n COUNTRY CLUB BALL MASON WONDER NUT BUTTER FRUIT JARS OLEO 45c Lb. DOZEN, 87c 19c Lb. Clifton 24-lb. Sack 89c H Country Club 21-lb. Sack 98c BULK 25 Lbs. DOMINO Pure Cane 10 Lbs. Pure Cane 69c CRACKERS, Sodas or Butters. 10c GRAHAM CRACKERS, pound i 10c KROGER'S Chips 2 pSOc NEW POTATOES Lbs. ;.IH. HORNBECK. "I had become so weak and nervous from stomach trouble and rheumatism I could hardly do a day's work," says Mr. Hornbeck. "The gas formations that came in my stomach were awful and I woufd get so dizzy at times I'd stagger and almost fall. But hon-estlv. rm almost like a new man, since takin? this wonderful Gly-Cas. My stomach hasn't bothered me a bit now and those awful s-ases are gone. For the first time in 3 years A can eat onions now witl-out bad after-effects and my former dizziness is relieved, too. 1 just eat well and sleep pood, thanks to Glv-Cas which has done more for me than any medicine I've ever taken." Gly-Cas sold in Iifayette at Vortlett's drui? store, 410. Main St., and by leading druggists in all surrounding towns. OLEO-GOODVALUE, REAL GOOD OR JUNEDALE, 2 LBS FOR 35c 1 2 Fine Sugar Cured cut in halves lb. BOILING 1 If. BEEF . . . i Each item mentioned in this ad is of the highest quality and the prices the lowest in town. Come in and select your Sunday dinner. Six thousand pounds to chose from. Over two hundred varieties. We guarantee you will be satisfied. BEEF STEAK HOT HOUSE 288 SIZE TOMATOES, lb 15c ORANGES, dozen... 25c PINEAPPLES 'IT 15c 2 25c LEMONS, 300 Size. Dozen 29c BANANAS, Extra Fancy. 3 pounds 20c Sound Winesap APPLES 3 Lbs., 25c New Texas ONIONS 3 Lbs., 25c New Cabbage 7V2C per Lb. Journal and Courier Want Ads Bring Results

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