The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 19, 1930 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, March 19, 1930
Page 5
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WHITE STAR GASOLINE Is the (result- of the most modern retirement methods and experience: It Is a smooth-burning powerful agent for any maki of motor. - j • 1 '• GOLD STAR ANTI-KNOCK is the ij-finest product of refiners who: after years of testing, offer T, the public this supreme motir fuel Its Superjority. confident of N OT a cough in a carload... nor a hic-cough in a crank case full of White Star tractor oil You expect... and get... smooth, sober performance under the most strenuous labor conditions from tractors nourished with this, superior lubricant. Give your tractor a spring tonic. Put it on a steady diet of White Star oil and note the satisfactory response. White Star products have for years, been known for their dependability. There is a station near you see that your requirements are fulfilled, So ci e t y 'ITainily Dinner. entertained Sunday at their home on Columbia avenue at a family dinner Mrs.- Joseph Ounn and Mr. and Mrs. John' Hill and sou. John D. Hill, and daughter,' Miss Evelyn Hill, of Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Eiumett Dunn and Mr. and iilrs. Harry Whitc^mb j daughters Virginia and Madeline 1 Ihinn, and Mr. and -Mrs. T. A. Wilson, south of Tipton, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dunn and son, Joe, Jr., and Aubrey Pore, of Tipton^ This Joe, Junior's, first visit-away from home and his first visit at a family gathering. HowMich Will Yoiir Next Accident Coslj? YOB can't inswer'that question in advance^ because there is BO way of teiling how nuich any accident miiy-cost you. If 1 you hit~ aoaeone with your automobile, and injure -.bin • the -Jury may, award hia $10,000, S20.0M or^more damage*. , : j And you will have to pay, even if ft taket: year, savings, your horn, aud all yea ltoyal '^Neighbors. The Royal Neighbor club will be entertained Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs, Lundy Johnson! 823 North Independence street. It is urgent that all.the members be present for the meeting.) - -Why risk all .that when [an ATLAS I-ublie" Liability ind Proeerty JteaufeaatoaMljUe insurance vahcy will protect you against loi «r - -* -'- Kill Karc Klub. Mrs. Charles W. Tlamsay will entertain lhe Kill Kare Klub. Friday afternoon March 21st at 2:30 o'clock:at her home 216 West Washington street. All members are-requested to be present. Dinner Guests, Mr. and' Mrs. William R. Day and family entertained at dinner Sunday at their' home on South Conde street, the former's brq ttier. Miles Day and; ^family of East Union. After dinner guests were his sister, Mrs: Phoebe Lack and sons Frank, Harry and Loren Lacy and a . grandson of Noblesville,' and daughter,' Mrs: Hal Crum of Tipton. Marion Day of Tipton, a brother of Mr.- Day and Mrs. Eva Tishner, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Day were -also guests for the afternoon and evening. D. A. R. Meeting. ' ioUf cUe Club. Thursday, afternoon the General John Tipton Chapter, D. A R. will meet at the Library > assembly room: The program will include a report of the state council meeting of the D. A. R held at Indianapolis last - week. In addition to this the first of a series of talks on the History of Constitution Making (n Indiana will be given by Lucy M. Elliott. The subject for the afternoon 1 will be "The Romance of State Building—from .1789 to 1816." The meeting will be open to all who are' interested. The Joltyette club will' be entertained Thursday : afternoon at^2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs Harry I DePoy, 132 West North street. Every member is asked to be present. V Met nadiNt Choir. CLASS PLAY. Senior Class 1 W Present "The Pat- FtMey Night. The-Sunday Star carried - the pictures of Miss Eva McCarty and John Robert-Morris, who have the' leading: roles in "The Patsy," the senior class play of Tipton, high school. Miss Ruth Coble, English instructor, directs the cast. . The proceeds of the class plays finance the annual gifts of the senior classes to the high school. Mr. Beerbower is in charge of the ticket-sales. The story concerns Patricia Harrington, a girl who "runs second" to her older sister. She js the patsy who is blamed whenever anything goes wrong, and is forced to remain' in the background in order that- her sister may be presented to advantage. Her father, a traveling man, is on her side, and finally declares bis independence ' by. putting Ma h: her proper place. This brings about Patsy's ultimate triumph, nd, needless to say, affords her liiifptriess as the bride of the man •he loves. \, It is a very recent and' popular comedy in three acts,. carrying a French' royalty, which is the highest. The' cast, composed' of the very best talent in the class of '30. will present the play in the high school gymnasium this Friday night. BIRTHDAY SURPRISE. Mrs. I. H. Woodruff Visited Friends at Noon Tuesday. Mrs. I. H. Woodruff was given a pleasant surpries Tuesday at her homeon. North Main street, the occasion being in celebration of tier birthday- anniversary. In the midst of her preparations for dinner for herself and Dr. Woodruff, Mrs. Woodruff left tlie room for a few minutes and returned to,.find it filled with Jicr friends who gave her a noisy greeting. -The guests were Mrs. Elnier Myerly, Mrs. Frances Myerly, Mr. and Mrs. Tug Smith and- two sons, Mrs. Amanda. Smith, Mrs. Nelle McGuire, Mrs, Charles Hess, Mrs.'Oris Jackson, Mrs. Laura Moore, Mrs. Art Smitson and" Mrs. Mary Jackson. Baskets filled with good things to eat were brought by'.the guests and the long table was spread with the delicious viands. The afternoon was spent in just having a general good time. • At the HiU. Song hits ' in musical comedies are judged in a.unique manner. If the audience leaves the theatre whistling the melodies the songs, are classified as "whistling tunes." Whistling tunes are just as important to the success of a talking picture musical revue as to a stage musical show, in the opinion of Darryl Zanuck, associate executive at Warner Brothers Studio who personally produced the "Show of •Sbows N " now playing at the Ritz theatre. The entire song writing force of the studio,combined in composing the melodies for the "Shotf of Shows," the VUaphone natural color extravaganza in which over one- hundred stage and screen stars appear and over five hundred supporting players. . Among the celebrated stars who contribute individually to the ''Show of'Shows," are John Barrymore, Dolores Costello, Monte'Bluo, Beatrice Lilhe, Winnie Lightner, "Ted Lewis, Alice White Irene-: ^Bordoui, Georges. Carpentier and Grant Withem. Eat, Brink and Be Merry. The Bulldogs and their coach should be treated nice - for winning seventeen games out of twenty-one during the year, don't you think? , Wednesday evening at "the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roma Cage of Sharpsville a very delightful evening was spent by the Sharpsville Bulldogs and their near friends,/ in honor of Coach Phillips, his thirteen men and Mr. Cage who was helped, in celebrating his thirty-ninth birthday. ' Those present to enjoy the merriment of the • evening were: Freddie VanBibber, Savannah Barkley, Randall Peters,. Helen Herron,' Albert Richey, . Bernice Cage, Roma Jr. Cage,' Olive Miller of Prairie, Garnet Pumphrey, Ruth Wopldridge, George Young, Frances Dennerline, Kenneth Lorts, Mary Renie, Gerold Vandevender, Lois' Pumphrey, Claude Carter, Julia Mason, Eldon Cage, Alice Stage, Kenneth Wooldridge, Virginia Cage, Myron Thomas, Paul Harper, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Phillips, daughter.. Collene, Mr. and Mrs. Mont Hawkins, daughters, Mary Louise and Peggy, and Robert, Eugene and Anna Mary Cage. The eight small tables were adorned with decorations in honor of St. Patrick's Day, table cloths^ with green backgrounds, mints and mint cups of green, green -napkins with shamrock and shamrock place cards. The two course dinner followed the same decorations. * • : • The evening was spent playing cards, games and music. All- left at a late hour, after expressing their happy feelings to Mr. and Mrs; Cage, and wishing Mr. Cage many more happy birthdays.. - Opens Beauty Shop. Monday Mrs. Lloyd Huffer opened the Beauty shoppe at Anderson .which she and her husband have been furnishing f:>r the past two weeks and 'Mrs. Huffer is in charge. The. place is located on North Main street in Anderson. Mrs. Huffer is well known in Tipton and vicinity as she and her husband have beejL-residrr at "Kempton. Mr. Huffer is in charge of the meat market atth: Bargain Grocery. His wife formerly was in Tipton as a beauty operator. They will continue to make their home in Kempldn. Batbrofdery Circle. -' -The choir of the Kemp> dist church--will - meet at 'the church Thursday evening .at - f o'clock, 1 As thereiwill be'rehear- sal of the: Easter music it-is very, urgent; (that every-:• member be "present. . ' CoBBMla^ClBM. : The Embroidery Circle will lie: entertained Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George' Shortle on Green street > at - 2:30 jo'clock.'Memhet-s are all' urged' to |be presedr. " •' - -' "•-•-' "".^i*'• • t Tha'Conno* elafaCof the Ken ISMA-A mm h Trltia ^(Jj ^*d»d g ,p «r-; , v-.. BB9BBnUnuannEaM ^seeBSBB9BBBB59 ,!T . rrt: (niiitonniii^'^r^.iJ No due" need wol-ry about the high cost of radios; tlie new Majestic sells complete with tubes, only $116.50. Leatherman's. ' . . p-145 gay patterns and ' (fripet' for spring You'll be surprised that 49c can buy. such quality in neckties. • WPfjieMkJ THOSE WEDDIN6 BELLS NOT RING OUTF "And why not, my child ? " demanded the sexton, quite baffled. "I hare changed my mind," cried the fair damseL "I could never live with a man with such a voice -. .He must change to OLD GOLD ... the ( cigarette made from queen-leaf tobacco... They refresh the throat." OP. Lorfl&rtC». FASTEST GROWING CIGARETTE IN HISTORY.. .NOT A COUGH IN A CARLOAD Listen in. . . OLD GOLD—PAUL WHIT EM AN HOUR, every- TuentayT 0 P.M., Eastern Time Files For Assessor. clerk Wednesday, and was the inate him as a candidate for ' first who had filed since last Sat- sessor. Aaron Jones, "was lone urday. Mr. Jones wjtojto* Demo- 1 '- His declaration is the 75tb to candidate to file with the county crat is asking that par£y^&- nom- have been filed with the clerk. of THOUSANDS of OWNERS has paid a cent fn- SERVICE \

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