The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 18, 1930 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, March 18, 1930
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MR. GURNEY of the Hurley Machine Company arid designer of the Tbor Dbuble Benefit Health Lamp • With its energizing, vitalizing ulti'a-violet and infra-red rays, will be present' at the Estate Cooking School Diana Theatre 2 p. m. Wednesday lake advantage of this exceptional opportunity to learn of the exclusive features of this famous Thbr Product. Tonight, Wed. and Thursday 100 SHOWS IN ONE 100 STAB8 SEC!}-' - Virgil Hlnkle and family entertained at a pitchin "family dinner Sunday in honor of Mr. Hinkle's mother's 73rd birthday. The dining room carried lhe color scheme:of green and white. The centerpiece for the table was a large green and white birthday cake presented by her grandson, Morris Hinkle. . Those present to enjoy the day with Mrs. Hinkle or better known to her friends as Aunt Jane, were . her children, yirgil Hinkle and family, Mrs. Lulu James, Mr. and Mrs. Argus Achenbach .jMr. and Mrs. Cecil Hinkle and son Parrel. Beside: her children were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pyle anS little son'Dickie. PURHELL AGAIN Ninth District Represent^ tive Files Declaration With State. HAS NO OPPOSITION How they. Grew Thin Yon wffl be impiiied, if: you look bow many people have giuwu thin in late vena. It la evident that some acw nKthodhw come into very wide use. It has been found mat a weak gland is a gnat cause of obesity. So modern physicians have been fighting that cause, without starvation diets. This 'right method is embodied in Marmola prescription tablets. People iave used them for: 22 yean—millions cf boxes,of diem. Now in almost every circle the delightful resnlia are apparent A book in each box of Marmola tens fou how and why it acts. The formula is given. Go try this remarkable, this natural means. Ask your druggist today Tor a SI box of Marmola. You owe that to yourself. • Visits Sick Mother. Monday at Indianapolis, the declaration of Fred S. Purnell as a candidate for/representative from the Ninth district in congress wasj Ed Moore, of Kokomo, who has filed with the secretary of state, j been an invalid' for several years, Mr. Purnell is asking for this {having, had his back broken when First Ward Aid. The members of the First Ward of the Ladies Aid society of the Kemp . Methodist church will meet at the home of Mrs. Float Jolly, 302 West Madison street Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, instead of at the home of Mrs. Claude Crull on West Madison street as announced in Monday evening's Tribune. Change in meeting place was made on account of the serious illness «f Mr. Crull who is suffering with acute appendicitis- • Members of the ward will please make note of change and all be present. Home Economics. he fell from a barn on the O. O. McLeland . farm near Scircleville, was brought to the home of his ruother in Scircleville in an ambulance Saturday'and visited with her till Monday, when he returned to his home. His mother, Mrs, Luann Preble, is in very poor health, and her son came to see her. Mr. Moore was a resident of Scircleville for a number of years To Owii Farm. The regular meeting for March for the Tipton County Home Economics club will be held at the library .Friday aftrnoon, March 21 Mrs. Ida,|w6odruff is leader for the afternoon. 'Special topic featlures for the program will be a review of the b'ook in the Association Study Course, "The Family Its Members," by Mrs. W, and E. and in a paper Wells, and "Dainty Salads How to Make Them,' by Mrs. Ross McNeal. Members are all urged to be present and the meeting is open to all ladies of the city jand county. Mission Study Club. The second meeting of the Mission Stuliy club ot the Hffait Street Christian church, will be held at the church Wednesday) aft ernoon ja£~ 2:30 o'clock. Mrs Charles Marts and Mro. Winona Nash wil^I present the topic.' Anyone interested is invited to attend the meeting. Loyal Daughters. The Loyal Daughters class of the WeBt Street Christian Sunday school will be entertained Tl urs- day evening at the home of the teacher, JMrs". X '-Lulu Hardy, 302 South Wjest street, at 7:30 o'clock and it is especially urged that every member plan to be present. Ward Meeting. The Ladies of Ward 3 of Ladles Aid society of the Kemp •Methodist- church will ! be entertained Wednesday afternoon 1 at the home of Mrs. Irvin Miller, 32'4 North , independence Street at 2:30 o'clock. Members please take-notice and all be present. Baptist Church Aid. the N The Ladies' Aid toclety of the First, will meet at the chnfch Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, and it is urgent that ail members be present There Is' to be an important business'meeting and -the| ladles will also do quilt ing. •'' j-, ' \ ^yl.: : Sorority Member. Miss rt 'rud6 i^nce, of Tipton, in one or alx jgirla recently Initiated into the Butfar unrrerm^ ^SmmnmkmmttMi turn, asm nomination to this office, and so CaT as known, has no opposition. Some talk was heard ! of there being others in the race' for this nomination, but so far there have been no other filings. Just who will make the race against Representative Purnell on the Democrat ticket is not known. The name of Ben Scitres, of Lebanon, was mentioned at the district meeting held at Kokomo recently and it 1s likely Mr. Scif res' j and has many friends there will make the race. He is a well known attorney of Lebanon. Fred S- Purnoll has represented the Ninth district in congress for the past several years and during that time has made -many friends, regardless of party affiliation. Last election Tipton county save him a majority of 65 7- votes over the Democratic candidate, George Mackintosh, of Crawfordsville. Two years ago. Judge Ear) Stroup, of the Clinton circuit court, and Judge C. W. Mount of the Tipton circuit- court, were both mentioned as candidates for the "nomination against Mr. Purnell. Judge Mount never entered the race. McBrfde Circle. The members of McBride Circle No. 46, Ladies of the G. A. R. and their families were entertained Monday night by Superintend- j ent and Mrs. Frank Rayls aT the •county infirmary. A pitchin dinner at-6:30 o'clock featured the evening and with the splendid eats furnished-by Mr. and Mrs. Rayls in addition to the many favorite dishes and -delicacies brought in by the guests- there was>a-wonderfnl spread to which all did' full justice. The Rayls home was beautifully decorated for the occasion. The evening following the dinner was spent in a happy social way and" two clever minstrel playlets were given by Mrs.| Colgrove and Mrs. Cox. After the entertainment features the guests were taken for an inspection of the -county home and the farm buildings and grounds, a. trip-enjoyed, by everyone. Mrs.. Rayls, the hostess is a past-president of McBride Circle and she with Mr. Rayls extended every courtesy possible to members and guests to show them one royal time. _ Euchre Party. The regular euchre party at the Moose .hall will be held Wednesday evening, and another large crowd is expected. The p'ulbic has a cordial invitation to attend.' These parties-are arranged by the Women, of Mooseheart Legion. Present Day Club. Tho present Day club will be entertained .Thursday afternoon by Mrs. W, E. Franktntield at her home, 410 North Green street, at 2; 30 o'clock. Every member is urged to be present. . - • Mr. and Mrs. Gus Marchehke and family of 8outh East street ^[ta &iw^ apolis Sunday afternoon. •-*'•"'' -- '• '••'••-••' | ' •• • .-•:.'• • llltitfpik^^ iB il®llsl§pl Oscar Hoover and family; who have been residing on the John- sou farm in the Plum Grove community, are vacating that farm, and moving to the Billy Hohbs farm, southeast of Tipton. Mr. Hoover bought the farm at the recent sale. As soon as he can get through with some of the spring work on the farm, Mr. Hoover expects to put a number of improvements on the place and later convert it into one of the modern and up-todate farms- of the county.: ALL WET. Says John Hash Referring to One Plan For Tournament Tickets. Green-Harlow. ' Monday evening, Elder' J. - M. Thompson, 'd£ North Main street, united in marriage Miss Esther A. Harlow, of .North Main street, and Thomas Green, of North Green street. The marriage took place ai the Thompson : home at 7:30 o'clock. The bride is the daughter of J. E. Harlow,- and is one of Tipton's accomplished young women.' "the groom is also well and most favorably .kuowii in Tipton. Immediately following the wedding, Mr. and Mrs. Green went to his home on Green street. At the Ritz. "Show of Shows'," Warner Bros.. super-revue in technicolor, now at the Ritz' Theatre has scores upon scores v of stars and' a chorus of over* five ^hundred, but none of the acts causes more spontaneous merriment than the travesty on the Floradora Sex­ tette, womrinned by Marion Nixon, Sally O'Neill. Myra Loy, Patsy Ruth Mille, Lila" Lee and Alice Day, and manned by Ben Turpin; Heinie Conklin, Lupino Lane, Lee Morgan,', Bert'Roach and Lloyd Hamilton. The comedy seeks to answer the moot quesr lion as to the probable fate of the original Floradora Boys, everybody knowing {hat the original Floradora Girls almost without exception ' niarried millionaire. Special Economy. Wash, Wednesday only, 10 IDS., 65C, cashrbn delivery; Smitson's Laundry, Phone 120. Tu-tf Dust your seed oats with Censan; pftys big dividends. Comptonft Bofc.. . K tf lite The failure of the Indiana High School Athletic Association to distribute, state tournament basketball tickets in a manner to please many- schools over the state has caused much comment. There have been numerous "kicks", registered and a few ideas offered for new distribution planar One of the plans offered comes from the Washington Democrat at Washington, Ind., the town that: furnished the state champiCn team this year. The Washington plan goes on the theory that the victors'should have''the spoils and this basis is attacked by John' L. Hash, prinr cipal of the. junior high school of this city. In a letter to the In- dia'napolis Star, the Tipton man sayof The editor of the Washington Democrat is all. wet on his plan for the distribution of state tournament tickets. He talks of the big show put on at the fieldhouse as being a distinct and separate show in which only the sixteen rosional winners and" fheir -communities have any -interests or rights, forgetting that this'is only the last act of a much'ibigger show put on by a certain state association. Several hundred high schools made -the last act possible. Washington had- a wonderful team. I wars for it from the start, having seen it play for the. last three years. They were fine boys and great sports and had . hundreds of ardent supporters from all parts of the state. But unfortunately every community has one or more citizens who, not having learned to. accept victory in that spirit of humility which is so becoming a real hero, muiit, in^an outburst of self importance, say things which the team, school and community have to regret. And especially is it beneath the dignity of a' publication like the Washington Democrat to put its community in a false . light before the hundreds of other com- t munities of the state, which did so much to make it possible for the big show to-be put on. Washington [has no assurance that it.will be In the big show another year or for another'-ten years, and in that case our dear' editor would very likely be the first to object to his plan. The •J editor of the Democrat may have been successful in keepjajr alive the old Jacksonian doctSoe, " TJ<J his part of' the state, but for the victors belong the spoils," ii heaven's sake let us keep it within the' confines of politics' and out of our high school sports. When Mr. Editor criticized j the board of control and Mr. Trester as he did he put himself ih the same -class"with the fan who sits on the side line, to the disgust of the real fans, and yells "rotten" every time the referee calls a play that doesn't conform to his little ideas. He needs one of Dale Miller's toy whistles. Tipton | teams never have bad the thrillof taking part in the big :how at the fieldhouse, but they have given to the" colleges of the state as fine athletic material as has any,of the schools that have sent teams, down here. Louis Conroy of Notre Dame is an example. As the editor of the Democrat has made himself ridiculous by- suggesting a plan that would have shut out such places as Indianapolis, South Bend, Terre Haute, Evansville, etc", from getting, a single'ticket, let me submit a plan to the fans of-the state. If the association is to go oh arjjit has.been, I would say save a reasonable number for the winners of the regionals; then proportion them out to-all schools that are. members of the association in direct ratio to the number of. high school, pupils enrolled, no school to receive less than twelve tickets. This would at least take care of every team that had to shift property, sweep off the stage and stay behind the scenes when-the big show is pulled off. Again I say the editor of the Democrat is all wet. J. L. HASH. JC PENNEY* 116-118 Sonth Main 8t Arron Gingham AjNMcd 26 inches wide . >iae checks, broken check*. T£ 10c Her Miss Gretchen Kemp, of Kempton, is one of the members ot ta« Butler university women's defeat* team which defeated the Ontver- sity of Cincinnati team then Friday night, 2 to 1. The question debated was: "Resolved. That chain stores are detrimental to the public welfare. Miss Kemp is a member of the Alpha Chi Omega sorority. Euchre party, Moose hail, Wednesday night. c-142 How Midi Wll Tor Next Accident (Ml Too can't answer that In advance hew—e there is a* way «f tcHia* how mack- say iccident amy cost yoa. t '• If you kit someoao witk jaar aatomoiile and tajare Urn Urn Jury may award aim IMjm. $2O,0M or more No one need worry about the high cost of radios; Majestic sells. complete with tnbes. only $ 116.5 0. LeatheYm'an's. p-145 And yen win have to aay, even if it takes your saviaga. home, and all yoa possess. Why risk all that whsa ATLAS Public LianiHtt > Property Damage insurance policy will protect yaaj agatast less? First Nattful Ii- suriBcc fames Charles Wafrie, Opera Hou|se Block HUNDREDS of THOUSAINJDS OWNERS center SERVICE >.l mi. s«a^wiMssajt'srA%n!%ji Is

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