The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 21, 1930 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, March 21, 1930
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'-'ii Legion Auxiliary. i s o c i e t y X. S. IV;'Club Entertained. Tho Marj:li meeting of the N. |S.- G. club ifwas licld Wednesday afternoon live home of Miss j Bruce Milllir in Windfall with was the following members responding to roll call: Mesdanies Mont McKay, Grant Mitchell, Intel Webber, Allen Hopper. Armor Bur- Ran, Carl Retherford, Geo. Den- nerliue, E. E. Benson, Billie Butner, ,Donald Smyser and one guest, Mrs. E. B. Moser was present: The regular business session conducted by the president and the remainder of the afternoon was spent in a social way with Mrs. Allen Hopper and"Mrs. Billie Butner winning the contest prizes. A delicious luncheon was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held the third Wednesday in April at the home of Mrs. Allen Hopper.., The American Legion Auxiliary held a very fine meeting Thursday night at the Legion rooms in 'the armory, and, enjoyed a fine attendance of members. Mrs. Far Cline, president, presided, and with, her corps of officers gave the initiatory degrees tq four candidates. She also presided at the, business session,- which was .especially interesting on account ot the splendid reports brought in by the different committees and the discussion of many activities of the or­ ganisation. Mrs. Cline named a committee for the annual Poppy Day in May and also a committee for a "flower shower" the first meeting night in April. The flower shower is for war veterans at the Danville (111.) veterans'' hospital. These men have made beautiful wall pockets for each room in the hospital, one for each wall and the auxiliary members plan to send enough flowers in fill the wall pockets. Mrs. Cline, Mrs. Ruth Russell, secretary and Mrs. Blanche Mount, district committeewoman. will represent the Tipton auxiliary at a conference to be held at the Severin hotel at Indianapolis, March 29-30. This will also be the state conference of commanders and adjutants of the American Lesion and besides the business, sessions, all vffll . join in " several social functions arranged in honor of the visiting members. This will include a luncheon at the hotel roof garden, a dance at the Indiana ball room and some special sessions at the hew memorial building. The chairman of the welfare committee ' had a splendid report ot much relief work being taken care of at this time, and a number ot homes aided. At the close of the meeting a social hour was enjoyed, refreshments being' served by the entertainment. committee, composed of Mrs. Lottie Legg, Mrs. •Margaret Pouch, .Mrs. Jesso Devault and Miss Mary Longfellow. WIFE LOCATED. Arrangements Made For Funeral of Frank French.. CHRISTIES M AC UAN AU-Talking £ Hemvand see the. superb laugh-i^aker in a succession of sidri-spUttiiig situations! Doug's I painless separation method!) will rock you with Klee! j;|»arkling Marie Prevent ! .lohuny Arthur! And France^ Lcc! All-talklng! ALSO Pathe Sound News Mack Sennett Comedy Aesop Fables .Picture Act Mat., 16c, 85c: Eve., 15c, 85c. SUNDAY AND MONDAY UmundUme and Methodist Ladies Aid. The ladies of Ward One, of the General. Ladies Aid society of. the Kemp -Methodist church held their March meeting with MTS. Float Jpliy ' on West Madison street, Wednesday afternoon. There was a fine attendance of the ladies of the ward, to have part in the business and social features of the afternoon. In the absence of Mrs. WE I Wells, ward chairman, Mrs. Ed Simmonds, president of the General Aidyhad charge) of the meeting which opened, with a devotional service led by Mrs. John Byram. Following the business session there was a social hour and refreshments were served by the ladies of Mrs. Claude Crull's unit Special guests, for the afternoon were Mrs. Simmonds, Mrs. Claude McNew and Mrs.' Offitt. Surprise Shower. The wife,, of Frank French, whose body with!the Head shot off was found Wednesday morning on the old Devaney farhv-on' the Range Line road,, was located Thursday and^vas expected in Noblesville Friday to make arrangements for the funeral of her husband. Thursday, Douglas Reed, a brother of Mrs. French, notified Sheriff Ramsey of Hamilton •county by phone that he had located his sister and that she would come to make arrangements, but did not state where she was found. The brother resides at Zionsville and it is 'believed the wife was located at Indianapolis, she having gone to that place whhen they separated. Efforts to locate the woman by radio had not met with success, a call having been issued through the Indianapolis station. The body has been at the undertaking parlors . of Evans & Godby in Noblosville, since its discovery in the deserted home by Fred Devaney. •. ,' Neighborhood Club. The Neighborhood -club west of Tipton was delightfully entertained Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Wajter Molden at- her home iu the Bethsadia community. Ou account of sickness, and of. the extremely busy spring season, and of conflicting dates only a few of the members were able - to be present to epjoy the happy afternoon. The guests were Mrs. Rafe Werner, Mrs. Allen Spencer, Mrs. Jacob Hofer and daughter Jean and Mrs. Harley Kclley. . The hostess had arranged different isocial features which the ladies enjoyed as tuey did their needlework. Later she served dainty refreshments iu keeping with the St. Patrick Day season and gave as favors to each lady one.of her very -choice gladioli bulbs. The next meeting of the club will be the 2nd Wednesday in April with Mrs. Lewis Miller. Loyal Daughters Class. Thrill with the in power of . its drwx'k;^ ' dream with! . its poigiiant^ love and madf jealoiuftiii'.httmi with its its emi>tions>*ttil laugh \nHb its kw^ comedy! WhaV*piicr: ;awl <I -;v%0^M iH music /al Hound * , .Alio •'•,-•:-'.': -• The lady employes of the Perfect Circle Co., gave a surprise miscellaneous wedding shower Thursday evening for Mrs. Eva Hoke Ballman, a recent bride, who is employed at the plant. It was given at the home of Mrs. Ballman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoke on - Maple street where Mr. and Mrs. Ballman have apartments. Mrs. Ballman, .who before her marriage on March. 8th, 'was Miss Eva Hoke, was the recipient of a number of appreciated .gifts of linens, china, silver, aluminum ware. 1 pyrex • and Floral Society Met. , The regular.- monthly meeting of the 'Hani Dell Floral Society was held We4nesdax at the country hornet of kMra; John Webber, Each guest brought • covered dish and a fine . ptUhln dinner was enjoyed^the noon ho Br by about" twenty member*. • •In the7*f^moon the .regular The Loyal Daughter's, class of the West Street Christian Sunday school. was entertained Thursday evening at the home of the teacher, Mrs. Lulu Hardy on South West street. There was a special business session, presided over by Mrs. Marlon Henderson, presi dent of the class, in which plans for an Easter campaign were discussed- Other class activities were discussed and some plans completed The'class also voted $!i to tha Community Chest Fund. Mrs. Will Brown had charge.of tho' opening devotional period. In a clever contest Mrs. Burl Lilly was named as the winner. At the close of tho . evening, refreshments were served. Assisting the hostess were i Mrs.. Henderson, Mrs. C. S. Mink, Mrs. Paul Egler and Miss i Parnell Fecher. T. H. S. Xote/; During the last six weeks' period the attendance in the city schools was very commendable. The average attendance in the four schools was as follows: High School, 98%; Jr. High, 97%; 1st Ward 97%; 3rd Ward, 9,6%. Under the direction of Miss Viola Kolmeyer, instructor of music, daily practices of the high school .operetta,. "Jerry of Jer- richo Road," are being held. The operetta will be given at the high school gym in early April. INTRAMURAL SI pi)RT8. Basketball Team Captained By Louis Haas Jr., Is Winner. Elimination contests will be held Monday o'f Tuesday to. choose the representatives of the Tipton schools' iii . :the county spelling contest. From the third, fourth and fifth grades twelve contestants will:be chosen, and from the sixth, seventh and eighth grade division twelve entrants will be selected. Rcv.'Pea'rcy conducted the weekly Wednesday morning chapel period of the Junior high. The kindergarten which meets regularly in the high • school building has < the largest enroll- met since the opening of that department three years ago. At the present time the class has 45 members. | Coach Johnny Ward, in-charge of athletics of the Tipton high school,' has' been promoting : intramural sports for the boys who do not participate in varsity activities and during the winter a hasketball league; was organized which has. concluded its tournament. The team captained by Louis Haas won the schedule with an average of .77.7 for the ten- game , event. There. were ten teams' in the league. Plans are now being made for a steak dinner for. all the boys in high school. This will he given soon and more details on intramural sports for this spring will be outlined. The next event will be a volley ball tournament which will start next week. This will be followed by a handball tournament and then comes the inter-class track meet. (Members of varsity teams are not allowed to compete in the sport, in which they represent the high school. Basketball players on the Blue Devils team cannot play basketball in the intramural organization but they.are permitted to play volley ball, hand hall 'or.he on the claw track team, providing they are not varsity players in the sport they enter for intramural competition. J.C.PENNEYG 116-118 South Ham Stoat, Tiptoev Boys' Overalls Our "OxUde" Brand . They are made of £20 fine yarn Hue denim and are triple-stitched throughout. Two-seam legs. . High back style in sizes * to 16 years. 69c 3*1 1 SI;' FARM HOME BURNED. Residence of Ed Ripberger Destroyed By Fire Friday. Much Eacoaraged. LAST CALL. Chief of Police Says Chickens Should Be Penned. - The frame dwelling house on the John Ripberger farm one and one half miles north of the Haskett crossing was destroyed by fire Friday afternoon by sparks from the flue. The fire started at 1:30 o'clock on the west side of the house and the. strong wind tanned the flames quickly to all parts.of the building. A call was sent to Tipton and a truck was sent but the flames had gained jiuch headway that little could be done, only to save other buildings. •Most of the belongings were saved some few articles of furniture and personal effects being consumed. Mrs. Roy Grinstead of Oak street, who spent Tuesday wttfe ) her husband at the Robert Loos; i hospital at Indianapolis, wtiera ! he has been a patient for several j weeks, was encouraged at Hading | him very much improved from ! previous visits. A letter received ; Thursday from Mr. Grinstead, 1 said that he was still improving and his condition much better than when she bud visited him last. It is believed now that Mr. Grinstead has passed the crisis and that he is on the road to ; complete recovery. Has Left HospitaL Chief of Police-Leonard haB is-! sued a warnir .5. to pers.ons who; raise chickens within the cityj limits to see they are in inclos- tires which will prevent them gn -i tering their neighbor's garden, j Already the chief has had many! complaints and he warns that the; city ordinance against permitting! fowls to run at large be observed! by owners. . " ! The chief also says that from; now on parties who practice d 011-1 ble parking are going to have, to j explain to the mayor/ Warning"; stickers have been / j(pplied to sev-' eral automobiles /and- the second j will mean a visit to the courts and! a possible fine. V Attack of Bronchitis. Mrs. Beulah Clem \Lents of East Jefferson street, who is employed at the Perfect Circle plant, has been confined to her home for several days with a severe attack of bronchitis. The Royal vacuum cleaner is made an sold in . four models, priced from 534.50 to S57.50. Sold and guaranteed by Tipton Leather and Electrical Store. Otto Trittschuh. c-146 Mrs. Ed Findling west of Tipton, received word Friday Boning from Mrs. Harry Katon 9f Indianapolis, who was operated upon at the Methodist hospital several dayB ago for gall stonea, Mrs. Katon was able to be . removed to her home 701 East 13th j steet. Indianapolis, Thursday and will be glad to see any ot her friends. j Mrs. Kiton's sister. Mrs. j Woods of idaville is at the home j caring for. Mrs. Katon. Tetersburg chur.'h. penny sup- 1 per, Tuesday, March 25, at 6:30 p. m. e-lM De Luxe ring binders, any Market, Hobos M. B. Aid, Saturday at Leatberman's. k C-14S AtUhe Ritz. Al Christie has lined up a bigh- nowered caflt for the Douglas Mac Lean all talking feature pro-» ductiou, "Divorce Made Easy" at the Ritz Theatre Friday and Saturday. • Marie Prevost carries the part of the feminine lead, that of a young married . woman whose husband gets her to agree to a divorce so that he can pacify a wealthy maiden aunt who threatens to cut him off in her will. The plotters decide to get. married again as soon as the aunt provides the-husband with an income. The divorce-scheme, which Douglas MaoLean tries to help them make perfect, fails, hut the farce situations materialize abundantly. ' . * • Dinner Guests. Rev. and. Mrs. Russell Sciferd of the Sandbank community, entertained Thursday evening at a six o'clock dinner,; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bozjell and son Kenneth and Mrs.' Bozell's mother, "Mrs. Bryan. .'•••• Theatre Party. The members of the Sophomore class' of : the' Goldiimith .high school, formed, a ' theatre party Wednesday; night - at the Rite theatre t-witnesslng -the "8how of: shows." , ;^The>' class members enjoyina the •nacWJeature 'v ' .Miss' Edit ^,T^mpson ;"MlB8 Lucy Mcj lntTrejiMlsrjMaYjorlevQroes ^MiBa f Presbyterian Supper. Saturday evening, featuring chili; other eats to suit everyone. Horn* of 6c WiU Paper (DevMeBotl) HUNDREDS of THOUSANDS of OWNERS has paid a center SERVICE PIP

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