The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 19, 1930 · Page 4
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 4

Tipton, Indiana
Issue Date:
Wednesday, March 19, 1930
Page 4
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The Tribune iiaa a card from [.••JDr. W. B. Huron and wife of this S 'ciU', who are si jendiufe the wintrier in Winter Haven, Fla.,/They, ];,ask that the paper be stopped.on jj 'March' 22; as tljey • are coming "home this montli-; Both are.prae- ('tically recovered-'from their auto f ;Iaccident of a fe!V weeks ago. . ~-+lk -. — l -.; - lkiily Bible^Quotation. Who shall lav anything to the * Iciiarge of God's ,%lect?" It is God Kthat justified!.—Romans 8; 33. • r. Buddy notebooks, different sizes. Tribune Press Ti^on Attbraey Says Accidents Take Much Attention. . r Minor accidents, a are . taking , riuclT of |he time :df attorneys . iccording ''to a memDerof. the Upton bar: Tuesday! who* in ?the Aurse of "converwtion^ witihia Trl- >une reporter liappened\ to men- ion this 'line- of an ' attorney's tusioess." ' . .'• people only read in the papers >f the worst accidents,"- said the ittorney,'^ "generally the one! in ffhich some one. is injured or a . :ar.- demolished., They never .hear * it the;-. hundreds .of accidents (iiich 1 do- but: minor- damage, bu'i^ mough to .cause owners of cars' :o try and.shift the -blame." "Within the past week" added the attorney, "I have spent at least<eight hours , listening, -to motorists describing slight motor accidents; in which their car or that of the other party were brightly damaged; They either jwant to know how they can avoid*(family :.-:*?rr..-y>iiftSfc;Srt ••''••'•iS^ • -.a - ••^--^.•.r .r .yr -^j.-: :-*iV.:.,. out of. the'dtheri r fellpw.~'.'-. -J-;-• "Accidents" paid the,attorney, "are getting more 'numerous, although the public gets only .Jthe worst ones." .;• '- ! ^--^;pa4 .C*lPB.- r ;: jy»'SKerirrs Alo£ Sheriff Devault Tuesday received' a-letter .from' Mrs. Majmie Fritch of Grant, Ky., .asking the sheriff to assist her in . locating her ^husband. The letter states they -were divorced in 1928. and that jthe husband was to support their, child by. order of the court. Mrs. Fritch' does not state Where the. divorce was granted. Accord-. ing< to the letter' the husband u* supposed to be* in - this county* but the sheriff has -been -unable to' locate him. ;. . Miss Jewell Adair .has returned to Indianapolis where she is .a student at the' John Herron, Art Institute, after,'visiting over the week end - with her parents. Mr. and/Mrs. Charles Ramsay and Washington LecaT Attorneys >Eaiter Federal, Supreme and ^ Appellate Counts. ' •/ Tuesday Attorneys Noel • PUT-- vis and- A.- W.. Bolton were at Indianapolis.- and .while there boti were admitted : to" practice in the Supreme and. Appellate, courts- of Indiana and also in the. United States courts. ' -' The admission to'the Federal court was-miTde by Judge Baltzell and made a matter of record. Both are well-known yo.ung attorneys' of the Tipton ' bar -, A; W. Bolton" being/the present prose- Ijcuting' attorney of this- county and Mr. Purvis is associated in practice with his father, James M. Purvis.' Olin Colip, former resident and IB A CANDIDATE Whisman Wants to lie Trustee, of Jackson Township. - ;Jesse Whismahy" of Cicero, Democratic'candidate, for trustee of Jackson township;- is a son', of. E. P. Whisman, a/resident 'of'.the- northern part of- Hamilton county; who is known for his honesty, integrity, and as a hard worker. The - son has' lived, in r Hamilton county air of his life .and was graduated from the NoblesviUe high ' school after going through' ^he grades in the; rural schools and attended Indiana University one year^ He taught school for a number • of years,- has several •children in school and- has been in close touch with the schools in his township for a long'time. Two of his sbus .j Shirley and former. Nickel;Plate detective, is.iMarvin, graduated from the Cic- spending alew days at the home of his grandfather John A. C. Leeman 6 miles east of Atlanta. Mr. , : Colip' who'is now with the- fish and game department, makes his headquarters at .Darlington. ero high school. A daughter, Ruby, is a Sophomore in the Cic-: ero high school, and another son, John, is in the eighth; grade of the same-school. : ' Mr. Whisman is interested in community. Church and school work. He is'at present president of the . Parent-Teachers Associa- j tion of the Cicero schools and .has i been, superintendent of-the Bible 'school of the Christian church, in Cicero for eighteen.' consecutive | years. By hard work and good • management he has not only j |reared a fine-family, but he has \ also accumulated the farm on which he now resides a short distance east of Cicero. Neither he nor any member of his family has ever held office. He was in the race for trustee eight years ago and made a giiod showing. He-is asking the support of his 'friendu in the coming primary election. Prairie Notes. •Mr. and Mrs. Lewis New and | children motored to Shelbyville land spent Saturday night and ! Sunday with . Mrs'. New's parents Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford. Mrs. Emma Christy, mother of Mrs. Djle Mott, is in the Good Samaritan hospital at Kokomo. Mrs. Christy who lives in Prairie township, -is . in a critical coridi-. tion and a nurse has .been in charge'about four weeks. Mrs. Win., Smith and son, Frank Smith and wife of . near Cicero, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gardner of . Anderson visited •friends in the^ northwest part of the county Sunday. •• They were on their way to Kokomo to visit Enoch Smith and wife. Mr. Smith was formerly of this county and is^past ninety-one years old. Moiiut and Mack. A. W. Charles, has at his farm southwest of Tipton, a curiosity in the form of twin lambs, born Sunday night, both being black as the "Two Black Crows" and hey have been' given the names of Moran and Mack. Like"the.two crows, they are slightly different in size. After they reach a certain age, Mr. Charles may for obvious reasons have to change' oue of the names to Moranne or Mackine. -Mr. and Mrs. Clyde V. Wilson, Miss Ella Kigin, Alns. Alice Walker and-Bud Longfellow, motored to Indianapolis Wednesday and attended to business matters for the Ritz and vjsited with' friends. • - -1 Gorfyeir Wells m mm™* win a new oyer u m... Qtombitie unusual advantages in a new motor oil—better lubrica- . .... • i •* . . -.. tion at extremes of temperatures, both high and low—reduction of. . carbon to a "marked degree — no "thinning out" in the crankcase. O NLV OCCASIONALLY is it possible to announce an advance in manufacturing methods that makes so important a difference in results. \ New Iso-Vis Motor Oil was perfected, by leading oil engineers working for more than a year in our laboratories at Whiting, Indiana. Notice its color. It is rich amber- due to. the fact that the sturdy body of this oil is not obtained by adding un- distilled parts of the "crude". It is a wholly distilled motor oil. Comparisons in accurate engine tests snow a reduction in carbon formation far below most premium- priced oils. •' .' : In addition, New Iso-Vis has what engineers call a "wider viscosity range"; It works better both at high engine temperatures; and at extremes: of cold.. Most important of all,perhaps, Iso- Vis actually resists dilation and does not thin put in the crankcase. Note the sturdy body of New Iso-Vis as you drain it out. after.many hundreds of miles of driving. Compare it with AcaooroT from kadiaf schools iasi search lal Whitinc Jj^'l 1 -? THIS ezperunent proves macBicw Iso-Vis ^ocs nor "break IdowaTi Used Iso-Visispoarcd thitoaah • special alter. The ilter removes . the crankcase din oarjr-jsad tie oil itself is exactly the same as when freshly distilled. any other oil driven a similar distance. New Iso-Vis means protection not only When the oil is fresh—but every mile you drive; You do not need to drain this oil because it has "thinned out", but simply" because of the dirt which inevitably collects in your crankcase. Here, we believe, is the most effective lubrication yet developed for your car. You can get New Iso-Vis Motor Oil from any Standard Oil dealer or service station. Its price is 30 cents a quart. - Sew PoUrine is alio affected, — Jyaar new refining processes— ghing it an efficiency tvbicb is . exceededenly by Neur'lso-Vis. • The prit^ is 25 cents a quart. •• STAN DA & B OII ^otorOi ^-XOWi P A» ^|tlc-ii(Iid Services at This I'liun-Ii A'on- In l*i-oi;ri 'S!i. Revival' services:, which..began ! Sunday evening. \ at the Ekiri Methodist' chufcli continues with very large attendance. Rev. La» Moine Wright, the pastor, is conducting the revival .and also the: special music assisted by his bro-. ther. Rev. Leonard Wright. ' The revival is starting with every indication of. being 1 a very' successful one.. The interest :s good and there was a fine attendance present, for the Monday and Tuesday evening services. ' Special music will feature all the meetings and the public is most cordially invited to attend, the services each evening. INTERESTING WORK. Many Person Watched liaising of Sixty-Foot Pole. What is an iiching lialiu? It takes a lot of people to make a world. Airff people of all sorts,' in all walks of life, unfortunately! are said to be possessed of itch-1 ing palms—that is, hands ever! ready to receive a bribe. That this is not a" distinctively modern tendency is indicated by the' fact that even in Shakespeare's day it was a symptom well known—jf we are to judge from the number of recorded instances, one ot which is in the bard's own Julius Caesar, Act'IV. The phrase itself is an allusion to the superstition that an itching hand is a forerunner of the receipts' of! money.- Theatre Tonight and Tomorrow Shows 7:0C and Admissioit, 10c and 25c. An improved Rood. Oft! I Linemen of the. Uniou-Tr'aclion Company placed a new. GO-foot pole at the intersection, of Main and .Jefferson streets Wednesday morning iiud the procedure; was- witnessed ; by litany persons' who wondered at the ease Willi \ytiich it. was accoinplislie'd, , 1 '.• '••} : : -,.The pole is to repla'cc the' one :which; hasjbeen there for. years and which .was becoming decayedi* [A :hole waB dug' at' the: side of the I pole aireaciy >in positibn,'the : butt of the hew poIe '.jrhB: placed-at the liole".aiid. it. was;'ralsed by a tackle*] attached^to the.line;•car." TrafHc cn .th^ '.street- was;'stopped for a J^^,;;minvftes '^urtng^^ the^bp'ird^ 'ittlla^^llg^^l ^i . The county commissioners Madison county have approved] Plans for an improved road from Elwodd to Anderson. The^ road.: will be • constructed tTfis summer: Wlleii the Hub is paved through Elwood and on east, Elwood will be served very nicely iWit 'h .paved, roads. Tipton "-.will liave the'Hub' road, east and west but. .no ithproved - roads either iibrtli or south 8:45 PASSION vi; PRIDE An exotic Booth Seas bosvuty melts! cold ITew Knglami in a vi­ brant'Movietone romance with =jiR^' : -':v"

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