The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 20, 1930 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, March 20, 1930
Page 6
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PAOB in LOW I ATE . EXCURSIONS EVERY SUNDAY vis ' • •• ~ fflekd Plate Road • JJOUJTD TRIP IPAR^i FROM •\ Tin ON $5.25 CLEVELAND • Consult Ticliet Agent I i • ARCADIA iXEWS. ' I ; (Continued Fivm Page 3.i i* Mr. and Mrs. \ Lloyd Smith; Ispent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Combs at;" Peru. Mrs.; •Smith remained until Tuesday, i . Mr. and Mrs.. Garland Martz land son Noel of JToblesville were in Arcadia Saturday attending the sale of the household goods' of Mr. Martz's mother. Robert Hunt an|3 Beecher Devaney returned to; their work in South Bend Mondjty. . Mrs. Asa Good 1: who has been: suffering with rheumatism-is re- polrted as improving slowly. *. . Mr. and Mrs. Ora Morehead of El wood .spent Sunday with •W ivne Morehead and family. . Mr. Addison moved his family to Arcadian Monday. He is owner; of the butcher shop and has been I here for soifo time. They are oc-j cupying theK Myers property on J Olive street formerly occupied by I Allen Hendy and family. ; t i • Mrs. Ella Cornelius and son! Claries of Cicero and Mr. and! Mrs. Virgil Mills of Lafayette' viiited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cliarles Newby. Mr. Newby sut -j fei-cd a stroke of paralysis re-! mains about the same. The Young Ladies Auxiliary of thj Methodist church met Friday j riiirht with Mrs. Earl Shockriey' with Mrs. Orla Heflin leader for ; tli i evening. Mrs. Mabel Whisler! had charge of the devotions aft- 1 er which a leaflet from Browning j iv :s read by Mrs. Shockney and | Mrs. Dwight Terrill read an ar- j tide from the missionary maga-l zine: After the study and discus- j sions a social hour was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bishop and sons spent 'Sunday with .Mr. and Mrs.' Frank Kirkpatrick of Frankfort.. •••••••' Miss Helen Hiatt spent Friday night and Saturday . with Miss Ruby Bailey in Kokomo. Everett-Startzman was surprised Sunday when a company of relatives iand friends gathered in his home 3.0 celffbrate his thirty- first birthday. A pkchin dinner was enjoyed at_the noon hQur. Those present to enjoy the day were -Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Branson, son Robert" and ; daughter Louise of Peru,'Mr." and Mrs. Earl Bryan and daughter Virginia of Mooresville, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Startzmah and son Paul of Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Seni- more and daughter Helen of Anderson and' Mr.'and Mrs. Everott Lowe, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Startzman-and Mr. and Mrs. John Jacquier and daughter Carolyn Cay. ,-' Mr. and Mrs. Royce Fullerton of Union City , were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. ~ Tom Barnes. "Maurice Thomas, a student at DePauw University ..spent the week end with his parents.'' Mrs. ' Amis - Knotts of Kokomo is ill with the flu at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charley: Carter. ' Mrs. Ben Turned who has been ill forsome time, continues about the same. ' P, ^D, Waltz: 'attended a birthday dinuer at the home of his sister in Indianapolis Sunday.': Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bryant' spent Sunday in Indianapolis." .: Sam Berg of Indianapolis was ip Arcadia Monday and Tuesday viejiting Mrs. Mary Kibler and John Berg. Mr. and' Mrs. George Phillips were guests of Mr. and'^Irs. Earl Burton of Kokomo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Jack Hilton of Indianapolis spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hensel. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith arid Cliff Boderi visited with Mr.-and Mrs. Perry Shively at Bunker Hill Sunday. The Parent-Teaehera association met Tuesdayevening in the J,' — '—:91*M —' —•M.M;- ^ 1*14*0 WBTALLATIOK Of ALL TIRES Replacement PARTS W E CARRY the mcst complete stock of replacement parts, in Tipton ' and. northern Indiana. Pistons—Cast Iron and Lynite Piston Rings R. S. P. Valves Perfect Circle Rings Head and Manifold Gaskets Oil Pan Gaskets Clutch Lining. Ignition Parts Connecting Rods' -Battery Cables . ~ Generator Brushes National The sUperior battery value on tiic marker today. National batteries are barked bysnrety bonds. Ask to sec (Ills battrlT- Regular 6 11 RF Heavy Duty 6 USE $6.70 $7,10 (Exchange) Brake Lining Have your-brakes lined with "Mul- tlle§toi," the safe brake lining. -Every shte'to c»r-; iled T ~in stock. in both - lilbeJded and^regalai'^liii? <l»*.^Bi!l »#5. hi then-while hitmen @k&^-ZL-- No. 7 Mefcrl S0c i*xJa« Oil 4Sc Maid f-i.O* Tab ^aM Sapplles 1 -» school auditorium with a good attendance?: present. I The meeting was called to order by the president, Harvey Waltz and'the minutes of the- previous meeting read by the secretary, Mr. Mosbaugh. A fine program was given by the pupils of the grades. The first grade was represented by a reading given by Miriam Smeltzer; a song, "The Ginger Bread rMan" by three boys and three girls; a- reading by Oeorgetta Lively and another song by the sextette. Miss Victoria' Mosbaugh was accomr pianist* during the ; program. The second grade's contribution was a reading "A Closed Letter," by Ha June Martz; a song, "The Little Shoemaker." was represented by four little girls; a reading by Jean "Cunningham "The Bug"; a song by three little boys "The Three Little Kittens," was quite amusing. The-third and fourth grades added a reading by Lucille . Mundell, "Her New Brother," and Margaret Heflin "Starting* For Camp Meeting." Songs and games were played on the stage, showing the activities of > -Mr. and Mrs.."Raymond Griffith spent- Sunday inj Indianapolis - at Mr. and Mrs. Chas. • Whitinger's. John Griffith returned home, with them. •'••". i : Mr, and:Airs. Shirl Riebeling spent: Sunday in Indianapolis with Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Permar: • ; •>.-•'•--•. < Dr. Roy Fisher and wife entertained the members of his Sunday school class at a party in their, home Wednesday night. A number of pleasing games and stunts kept the young folks in a gala of • laughter throughout the evening. As a fitting close to the hours of pleasure the guests were .served chicken sandwiches, date pudding with whipped cream, cocba and marshmallows and radishes cut to represent a fuschia. Mrs. Margaret Bozell assisted Mrs. Fisher in serving. Mr. and Mrs. Terrill and sons were guests. Members of the class present were: Alice Groves, Mary Shaffer, Audra.Hodson, Elsie and Gertrude Knapp, Mary Learning, Helen Hiatt, . Agnes Carroll. Olive Knapp, Don Hope, •Glenn Knapp, Wayne Sumner, j ^ Sumner the children in their playtime. The hit of the evening came when j Dorris Knupp,'. Harris three small lads came on the'and John Albright, stage dressed in Dad's clothes! Mr. and Mrs. Tom Addison of with derby hats -and large red; Milroy are moving in the Myers property ongOlive street. Mr. Ad-|. dison owns, the meat market. Muriel''Dawson- of Munciej spent the week end- with her par­ ties. The- boys were '• Ralph Waltz/Junior Long and Paul Terrill. ; The lads sang "Silver Threads; Among the Gold," and acted it out in a very comical j ents. ;•'•'. ••• j way. They were applauded until j Louise alnd Harry Durrell of j the,y returned and repeated the j South Bend spent the week end act* They were trained by their, with their mother Mrs. Lavanche teacher,* Mrs, Will Leonard.'Otto j Durrell. Jensen, township trustee, then Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sigo spent gave.a talk of figures and facts.! Friday in Indianapolis. The last meeting of the season will be held the second Tuesday night in April. Mr.- and Mrs. Ed Mosbaugh of Noblesville were Sunday afternoon callers of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Barnes. . Mr. and'Mrs. Ivan Hill wert' Noblesville visitors Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rodenbeck and Mrs. Paul Apple spent Monday in Indianapolis. The Thursday Afternoon club met with Mrs., Stella Gwinn and enjoyed a very- pleasant time Rook was played during the afternoon. Mrs. Agnes Phillips won high score and Mrs._Jessie Heflin {consolation. The hostess assisted Mr. and Mrs. John Rollings! by her. daughter Mrs. Church spent Sunday afternoon in Tip- 1 Cox served chicken sandwiches. ton.; . Mrs. Hensel returned home from Buena Vista, O., being called there on account of the illness by her uncle, Conrad Dorn. Dale Shaffer was an Indianapolis visitors Mcinday.." . ' Isabelle Shorter and Mary Jordan spent the week' end in Indianapolis-the guests, of Mr. and Mrs. James Shorter. salad, cake and coffee. Mrs. Cox of Pendleton and Mrs.- Harry Gwinn were guests. •• Mildred George, a teacher in the Hartford City school, spent from Thursday until Sunday with her parents Mr. and. Mrs. Bert George. Mrs. Geo. McClellan and son Billy of Indianapolfc -unfl Mrs. Clark Burton were at Tipton Sat- Mrs. Mary Small is visiting in! urday and attended a birthday Walter Beards. 1 Mr. :and Mrs, Floyd Cunningham and daughter spent Sunday in Noblesville the guest of Mr. and Mrs.. Edgar Hobbs. The Thursday evening supper guests of John Shaffer were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shaffer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Whisler and daughter Myra Mae. This was Mr. Shaffer^s 76th birthday. Ernestine Thomas was an Indianapolis, visitor Saturday. • Mrs. Slnrl Riebeling and father, Clarence Guy called /on George Good near Cicero Tuesday. Mr. Good has been in poor health for several months.'He is able to get around the house in a wheel chair. • Mrs. Gertrude Stover of Indianapolis spent Saturday and Sunday with, her, mother Mrs. Kauffman. Mrs. Nina Bishop of- Indianapolis has been staying here for a few days. - 1 . Velma Bawer of Indianapolis spent the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Baker and family.;, | , M 1 Powerfal Skin , A. leiMy Discovered •> 4^ i -f 0, !f' 5 ;' < ~ Dries ,UpEcaen»,^Barber's Itch and AlliBkiB-Kraptlons Must ^ Show^Bemlto I » ; 8even x , I )»]rs or-Mnaey Back. feThlt wonderful surgeon's pres- crlptlonrnow^knbwn all over the world aa MoonataUEmerald Oil Is ko efficient la tbltWitment of skin IkMMi that thejltchliig of-ecxe- ma atopa withioiitappllcatlon. \\ f, A.f«rjipplieiil6ta''in'd^tne?mo»t Mt J*hajftIl|oT'|;*:iema ^'•ii^ihtlbftoiilc^caaes'of ^^^"^^afifliJd ^iB ^t^Uin nr. Bulharc Iwky-tv,; feet j fourth birthday-^was Saturday. Mrs. . Val Underwood spent from Friday until "Sunday in Muncie with her daughter Mrs. J. F. Burke and family. ' • Mrl and Mrs. Clarice Burton, Marita Boothe and Ralph Rollings were, in -Indianapolis Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Hill of Ma? rion spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs, J. M.. Bowser.. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bock Dane Bock and Reed DeVaney of-| South Bend spent Sunday here Mr. and Mrs. R. D- Fullerton of Union City spent Saturday and Sunday with the former's' parents Mr. and Mrs. Tom Barnes. Howard Jenkens of Indianapolis and Mr. and Mrs. .Glen Drumm 'left Vriday for Monroe, Mich., to .-. visit Mr. Drumm's brother Russel and family. Mrs. Hanry Winders of Indianapolis, spent the -week end .with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Shaffer. . Rev .\and Mrs. Givens went to Alexandria Tuesday to attend a meeting of the ministers and their wives in the home of Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Wilson/ • Mary : Jordan, Marita • Boothe, Ralph : and Leroy Rollings were the Friday night guests of Mr. and: Mrs.- James' Shorter at Indianapolis. Mrs. Klne Carrick who has been staying -with :her: aunt,: and uncle Mr. .mtSi* Mrs.John '^Flannigan, returned to; her home Sunday. Mr. PlannlBan? has been confined to- bis bonie^ for several •weeks >- with' a" ievere'- cou'gh>and G ARDENING time is just «head. Fresh packets of Northrup, King A Co.'s Seeds are now on display in dealers' stores. These seeds are of unsurpassed quality. A five cent price on all standard size vegetable packets and most of the (lowers, malces this line attractive to thrifty buyers. The Pythian Sister Lodge held initiation and inspection Tuesday evening with Mrs. Vessa Myers and David Bradburn receiving the initiatory work. Grand officers Mrs. Emma Sehattel of Richmond and Mrs. Lydia Hosier of Knightstown were present and several'members of the Cicero' Temple were present. A luncheon of sandwiches, salad, pie and coffee were served. Mr. and Mrs. Wid Burton near Atlanta, Mr. and M3j- Mahflon Teter and family or Westfield, Mrs. Martha Burton of Indian- compllcatlonsK-of v: heart, .trouble. HeVis=much";toproved ;Bnd ."able';io -be>ap most-of/the-day. Mrs. Car- r^kvhad^n iaslrtlng with!the Billy 'of 'iBdlanapolla were the gOMU^ of 'Mr ~«ad Mrs Barnd^liatardar. ,7 - Jacobs, Lynn Turner, Leroy Rollings, Howard Waltz and Joyce Lutes. . - Mrs. Helen: Rodenbeck and children returned to their home- in -Indianapolis Saturday, 'jafter. visiting several days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sowers also Dr. and Mrs. Frank Rodenbeck. Claude Shaffer and family spent Sunday in Indianapolis with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shank. '•: Will, Achenbach, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carraway and Mrs. Etta Byrum returned home from- Troy, •Ohio where they attended apolis were dinner guests or Mr. neral of Mrs. Mary Byrum. The] and Mrs. Geo. Moore near Oim- decedent was born in'Arcadia Au-^ ga. Sunday afternoon guests were gust 6, 1872, where she spent! John Shockney of Westfield and her early life. After her mar-] Miss Ruth Rigsby of Omega. riage to Ike S. Byrum they re- '• . • • sided in Canton, O, for fifteen years and for the last thirteen years the - family has resided in Troy. Surviving are the husband. I — ' '• ' — ~ ~ two sons, Kenneth and Rex, both n«)W IVOBMI LttSC at home; a brother Will Achen- 1 . bach of Arcadia and a sister, Mrs. Nan Dickover of. Canton, O. The Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred DeVaney near East Union were: Roy DeVaney and Alice Ball of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Curt Sumner and \Mrs. Brenner and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Barnett. Mrs. Glen Whisler and. daughter, Betty of Marion were the Thursday guests of Mrs. Lela Fox. ~ v Chrlatlan Church. < Suidayjrichool, 9:30 a. There were 22.033 men enlisted in the U. S. navy last year. m. church; 19:30 a. m,, 7:00 p. m. Subject, for next Sunday is ^"Origin of Church." The choir ' will meet >atHthe home of Mrs. Chet Hall^Tuewlay^ evening/ - • ^"ThV>Hrailtoa County quarter ly^apatti^ce ( wlll< be held in No- I bleaVrtile'^TueWday.efentag, March k lsMf it ^ Vchriklin . ck«rc,h- I TJ|eM^lfi /B«. ar pltebln supper^ r The^ •i^ri"wlir-be O. K Hob- l 'T.r,^ij&-M^rV'-« Fat ii Eif tori * GAIN PHYSICAL CHA1M How would yon like to lose 15 pounds of fat in a month and at the same time increase yoar energy and improve your health? How would you Hke to lose unhealthy fat that you don't need and.don't want and at the sane time feel better than you have for years? ' i How would yon like to lose your double chin and yonr too. prominent abdomen and: at the same time make your akin-so cWarf and clear that it;will compel admiration? How would yon Uke to get your weight doweta normal and at the same ttmie develop that urge for activity that ankes work a, Pieasareamkl also gain in ambition and kaeenesa of avlnd? w' 9?L n "i-' ,l * ( ''•eaaft' toilay ui.<> -MT S2£ •'iffiMf^F -IBrneeBee Snlto which ^^.•••VVyee. tor .* WMlov Take one TOt.-ev«ry moralns In it ban*!! <N ^ibj ^3 ^S!B < eg >ra»a.. : wli«n. fag Have ^§^Jse«»lla't tw vtootr ^e»ssaseer'.|ghj ! jr .."aew.;', nt wflt . - .ItKlwMlSttllW ^I"?*!^-^

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