The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 22, 1930 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, March 22, 1930
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tat bAiLt m*tihi Snritson's 10c lb. Rough Mon.-Tues L Wed.-ljhurs.-Eri. i'i " ' - ' Minimum 75c Wet Mon.-Tues. [, .5c lb. Minimum 75c Wed.-Thurij.-Pri. ..'.4clb. Minimum 50c. Economy Wash Mon.-TuesJ. 7c lb. Minimum 75c Wed.-Thur5.Fri., 10 lbs. for.. j",. .....65c Lace Curtains, pair . .35c Euffled Cuitains, pair..35c Stretch Curtains, pr., 25c Comforts, Small Rugs, Blankets Feather Pil- lows-jfAnjtibing That lis Washable ' Cash cln Delivery Phone 120 Mrs. Robinson entertained . the members of the store - force Friday evening at a charmingly appointed six o'clock dinner party at their home on West Adams street, having as their guests. Jack-Starrett, assistant manager of the store, and Mrs. Starrett, Mrs. Herbert Sorrel 1, Miss Celia Enneklng, Mrs. Marie Tatman and Miss Pearl Askren. Mrs. Robinson was as-' sisted in serving! the delicious three-course chicken dinner by their son and daughter, George and Miss Vera Robinson. During the evening, in appreciation of some efforts of Manager Starrett, he was presented with a handsome ' mustache cup by the lady members of the force. The evening following the dinner was spent in social features eu j joyed by all. Tarr and later sung- by Mrs. Wright and Mrs. David Holtsclaw in a clever'- interpretation. Later the hostess served dainty refreshments. • Tipton Musical. Home Economics. So diet Important Meeting. The Ladies roe the B: of R. T. will meet Monday afternoon at the home of ]VJ:rs. H. R. Scott, 302 North Coude jistreet, promptly at; £ o'clock. lt\' : is very urgent that: every membei: of the order, be j present at th'js meeting as plans! must be completed for the enter- \ tainment of s the Indianapolis 1 lod?e April 1:1, and arrangements made for thejjbanquet. j A class of i; candidates is to be" The March meeting of the Tipton^County Home Economic Association was held at the Library Friday afternoon with a very large attendance of-members and guests. Miss May Hobbs, president called the meeting to. harder and had charge of a short husi- ness session, in which some of the club projects were discussed.' In the absence of Mrs. Idaj Woodruff.' leader for the after! noon, ^her place ' was taken by | Mrs. Tesflie Smitson. Special fea- j lures of. the program included a ! splendid paper on "Dainty Sal- jads and How to Make Them," by Mrs.Ttos? McNeal one of the very best given before the association. A number of original suggestions were given by Mrs. McNeal.and members and-guests took advantage of the opportunity of taking some of the hest suggestions and •recipes for use in their homes'. The book review "The Family and Its Members" to have been given hy Mrs. W. E. Wells had to he postponed as Mrs. W. E. Wells was unable to be present.;} In its place on the program, Miss Hobbs gave a talk on "House Furnishings," a.resume of a talk given at the Purdue Short Course i<at Lafayette. From this talk the i ladies also secured a number'of valuable suggestions for use in their homes. Martz Class. . The Martz class of the West Street Christian * Sunday school was entertained Friday evening at a jolly class party at the home of Mrs. Blount Wright on South East street. There was a good at- initiated tft tile April meeting with; tendance of Members to enjoy the degree staff of Indianapolis j the evening . giving the work. Let every mem-; PoUowlng a sbort busiu6ss 8es . ber take notljje and be present on j sion ^ a devotional servicei Monday afternoon. 1 Jt . .'.'••' . ! the guests enjoyed program fea- I* " "" • tures and games and contests. A Ent«rtaii«d Store. Force. ' j lwppy .program' feature was a ji j clever original parody on the Frank. W.!j Robinson, manager ! class written by Mrs. Clarence of the .1. C. ({Penney store, and'Law and read by Mrs. Fremont TONIGHT 15c and 35c DOUGLAS McLEAN and MARIE PREVOST in "EHvorce Made Easy" See and;Hear This Superb Laugh-Maker in a Sue-' cession of Side-Splitting Situations Also Sound^ews and Fables and Talking Comedy SUNDAY AND MONDAY EdmuhdloHe Members' of the Tipton Musical were guests of the Clay township consolidated school.'northeast of Kokonio Friday afternoon. A' program wate presented before the high school assembly and afterward Mr. Coble musical director, assisted by Miss Miller, mathematics instructor, served delicious tea to the guests. The program follows: Vocal Trio—' "Mammy's Lullaby'.' .... Dvorak Mrs. Herbert Morris Mrs: John Burkhardt, Mrs. Horace Matthews Piano Solo— "Deep River" . .Coolridge Taylor ' Miss Alta Mount Readings. -A Group of Riley's .Poems .... Mrs. Sam" Mettlen Vocal Duet—? " "In the Garden of the Lord." Mrs. Horace Matthews, Mrs. Ralph Lea'therman ! Piaho Duet— ! • "Ruy Bias" v .Weber Mrs. P. J. Pentecost, Mrs. H. V. . Cam ren Vocal Solo— "Morning" Oley Speaks Mrs. Herbert Morrjs. Trombone solo— "Berceuse From Jocelyn" Godard Miss Fayola Sowers Vocal Duet— "April Morn" ..... Batten Mrs. diet Hall, Mrs. Juanita Overdorf Violin Solo-^— "Aire Varie" De Berliat \ Mrs. Noble Week End Guest. Miss. Roberta TJlrich, who is a student of the Cincinnati. Conservatory of Music at Cincinnati, came Friday to visit until Monday with her parents, JJr; and Mrs. S. L. Ulrich on North Independence street. Miss Ulrich who is a graduate of the Tipton high school, and prominent in musical circles in Tipton has been making an exceptionally fine record 'in her conservatory work. She has broad- east with the conservatory' symphony orchestra., '~ She has recently been pledged to the Sigma, Alpha Iota, sorority, a national honorary musical sorority and one of the honor sororities of the Conservatory.' Captain Paul Circle. Regular : meeting of Captain Paul Circles, Ladies of the,.G. A. I>'., Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the G. A. R. hall in the courthouse. Thete. is some important business to come before the circle and it is urgent that every present.. Week Eud Guests. Miss Miriam Yoder and Dwight Myers of Fort Wayne are the week end guests of Miss Helen J. White at the Kemp Methodist parsonage. 1 Mrs- Chester Pnlliman and Mrs. Addie Leavittiwere the Friday guests of Mrs. F. M. Chappel south of Tipton. Taxi. Fred X*>sey. Phone 500. tP -146 How Modi WiD Your Next Acddnit Cost? YM caat um that question fat adraaee bMaMe tkare i» no 'war «/UStimt any ENTERTAINED GIRXS. Kiwanis Club Gave a Dinner For the Champion Tejrm of Girls. ,'1* ^ The" Tipton Kiwanis club walr host Friday noon at a 'splendidly appointed dinner, - given in the dining room of the "First Presby terian church, complimentary t > the girls" basketball team of the Tipton high school, and in .recognition of their exceptionally fine record made during the ^92 1930 year. The girls'never lost game. ' - • . -'• ' . ' Irvin Miller of the Kiwanjs anted as master of: - ceremonies and introduced the guests to the club after which the ladies of the church served the splendid dinner. Short talks were given by Paul Jones, former coach in the schools. Miss Evalyn Hobbs, captain of the squad;' Mi=s Mary Margaret Hash, president of the Girl s Athletic club, Miss Louise Thompson, president of the Girl's ISunsHiie §bciety; Prof. C. 3. Sterne:-, principal o£ school; Miss Mary Louise Mann, teacher and Miss Esther Elliott, coach. During the dinner hour Miss Hel<sn White, pianist. Bob Morris violin, and Mrs. Frank Bjinch, saxophone, gave group of numbe -s. Later the guests were entertained by Mr. Anderson, a magiciin of the Prairie Farmer's Static n, WLS Chicago. The memhers of the teams entertained were: First team, Eya- lyn Hobos, Ella May Boriii IT, guards; Maribe'.le Simpson, Eva McCarty, forwards'; Thelma Moyer and Alice Downs, centers; second team,- Louise Thompson, Mary Margaret Hash, and Gr.ce Beckett, centers; Bernice Tetsr, Deloris Reese, forwards; MJ ry Enneking, Madaline Dunn, Lucile Burdge, guards and Betty Doles referee. At the Ritz. The success "Thiti Thing Called Love" attained on the spe ik­ ing-stage, should a . brilliant success for this smart Pal comedy in dialogue picture folrm which comes to the Ritz Theatre Sunday and Monday. Edmi nd Lowe and Constance Bennett ^re featured. As a stage play it was onej of the season's big successes. The amazing situations • that have been worked out in this picture •by the author, centering on idea of a modern marriage which the wife stipulates that she is to receive a salary and that neither wife nor.husband is to he denied other lovers, provide a great deal of entertainment uid much amusement. Constance Bennett and Edmund Lowe head a brilliant cast. [the in Miss Bennett plays the . parti of the wife. Lowe, as the busbjaiid who has just come from 1'eru where ho spent fifteen years in mining ventures, is seekng a real home, but accepts this arrangement believing that he can arouse his wife's jealousy and win her over to the good old fashioned idea of married life Others in the cast include Sasu Pitts, Roscoe Kama, Ruth Taylor, Stuart Erwin and Carmjelita Geraghty. BVKD READV TO SAIL. Antarctic Party Will Start York Voyage Tomorrow Dunedin, N Z., Match Rear Admiral * Richard 13 announced today that his unirttic Byrd exploration bark, the City of York would begin lts^return age to New York tomorrow a portion of the expedition. • •: Baby Strangled. New -• Anderson,- Ind-;, March Harry -Coulter Jr., 9 -months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry-Coulter, 1 strangled to death.- at-, noon yesterday-iwhen- he- rolled fi orn^a conlfort-to.-the .foot of arbe 1 and hl«-headVwaaicaught betwei n : lhe mattreis,and '2 »ntirontbar pi , r 't^e bed. The^aiother' waa' abaei it Iter flye.aiaqteiondv. on , retdralitt, New voy- with 2- JAIL NEARLY OflUBLED Liquor Cases JSCith Convictions Boosted in Eight Months of 1929. REPORT MADE PUBLIC Ml! Washington, March 22.—Jail sentences- aggregating 8,920 years ( were imposed in the eight months from March to .October,1929, as a result of prohibition enforcement prosecutions, as compared with-sentences of 4,911 years in the eight months of the previous year, the department of justice-has announced. Cases brought, please of guilty convictions arid total .fines imposed also increased in the same months of 1929. The department said that no separate statistics w&re kept showing operations under, tlie increased penalties of the Jones law and it was not known, therefore, what influence that law had upon the aggregate length of the sentences imposed. . In summing up.the statistics, the department said: ".'During the period from March to - October, 1928, there were instituted individual cases to the number of 43,861, and in the same period for 1929 to the number of 41 ,769, of convictions in the former period 2,476 and in the "latter 2,872; the number of pleas of c.uilty in the 1928 period, 21.366, and in 1929, 32,070; number of prison and jail sentences in the former period, 12,857, and in the latter period, 15,337; agr gregate lengths of jail sentences in the former period, 4,911 years, and in the latter period, 8,92.0 years; total fines imposed in the former-period. ?4, 412,134, and in the latter period, $5,000,803. "The number of permanent padlock injunctions imposed in the former period was 3,3~26, and in the latter period, 4.762 "The record discloses that the average fine paid in the period from March to October, 1928, was S170.81, and in the period from March to. October, 1929, the average fine was $208.47." Killed By Policcmau. Bloomfield, Ind.,' M:irch 22.— Doric Furnas, of Jasonville, who was to have heen tried last night in-that town on a charge of driving ah automobile while intoxicated, WHS shot and killed by Dean Manual, chief of police of Jasonville, when the officer sought to inform him that his trial' was scheduled for hearing.' Furnas, who was at liberty under bond, was found in a- poolroom by Manual. He opened fire on the officer, after he had told him to appear for his trial. Manual dropped-behind a stove and drawing his revolver fired, one shot, which took effect near Furnas's heart; He died instantly. Two Kinds There are two kinds of patients. The on€ who: must get glasses that wilt "do" at the cheapest poscible' price —and— Throne who wants the; hes&tfSumJenM aft* appe«*^witk pride a SvwIIBBLKy^^OuOawBBISCw . tod jil^hMU^MS ^uS^y ^^^hi' SIGNS OF SPBING. Business Men Preparing Horseshoe Grounds in City. Sure Signs of spring were seen Saturd/.y morning. when Jack Boring, Ray Moore, Claude Louks and'Art Smitson took the .first steps'toward clearing the horseshoe grounds- at • the rear of the Boring harher shop on East Jefferson' street..Several seasons ago some wonderful scores were made here by horseshoe. pitchers, but last season the grounds were not in operation. The men'expect to' ogran- ize a club during the summer and are anticipating some exciting contests/ Already the Sharpsville croquet grounds have been in use, and several contests have taken place and with- the' opening of the horseshoe pitching season, spring is assured. It is said Mr. Boring will be elected president 1 of the organization and Mr. Smitson manager. 116-118 South Main Street Tipton. Oxhide" Overalls Of Heavy Blu« D«nim These are made to our own specifications. Triple* stitched. - High-back or suspender-back styles. Assorted lengths in sizes 30 to 48 at the waist Overall or jacket at 89c DANGEROUS PRACTICE. Meeting Poatpoaed. Automobiles Following' Fire Trucks-Block Firemen. Chief Losey of the fire department stated to a Tribune ground : Friday evening following ! the fire at the Ackels donble ,. <n that it was the last fire at which • . I • HM Scarlet Werer. j automobile owners would be per——— 1 mitted to act as they did without "John' Bruce Wilson, the fpur T • affidavits being fifed, year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.-DaVej The Chief stated that autos fol- Wilsdn, who reside near Tipton! lowed the trucks and were park- on route 4, is confined to the e(1 so close t0 the fire and near home with an attack of scarlet | the fire pIugs a „ to retar ,i tne work of the department had it fever and the 1 home is under quWrantine. Their little daughter Gertrude Jane, who has not been exposed to the disease is staying, with her grandmother, Mrs. Patrick Casey, at Nbbles- viHe. John Bruce was pretty sick for a day or two, but since then hasi been getting along nicely. It is j The meeting^ announced to be held at the Presbyterian church in Sharpsville Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock by the congregation of the "Wesleyan Methodist church of Tipton, has been postponed and those interested in the tarrlces are asked to take notice. After the committee had secured the building and announcement nude of the meeting, it was learned that repairs would have to be made to the, furnace before fires could be built without endangering the building. ' Due announcement will be made later of the first meeting. been string large hose. • " . Warnings have been issued hut do not seem to bring the right result and it looks, the chief states, as if some one will have to'be used a™ an example. When starting from the barn For State Delegate. not known where he contracted * to go to this fire, there came near the disease. j being a collision with a Ford • • • • |car, which.stopped and permitted County Treasurer C. L. Hobbs has announced himself as a candidate to the Republican state ! convention. He is the seventh to | file as a candidate for delegate on i the Republican ticket, which tnte -year will, it is said, he entitled to , 11 delegates. For Advisory Board. the first truck to emerge from Tne Roya , vac , tum c ie, n er is Orlando Boyer' of ; the barn and then started, up just Madison ; as the Second truck came out. By cade and sold in four models, priced from $34.50- to $57.50. township has filed his declaration | nu i ck presence of mind the truck sold and guaranteed by Tipton a.i a candidate for member of the j driver avo ide'd a collision but it 1 Leather and Electrical Store. Otto " ;Trittschuh. c -I« advisory board of that township, j was a close ^n. The safe way i S on the Republican ticket. The [ to draw to the curb when the j other two Republican candidates j a i arm 60llnds an( j wa ; t unt n the 1 are George W. Thomas Dow.ning. Wilkins and trucks have passed. •' * j Mrs. Claude Retherford and. . Miss Carrie Trittschuh of North j<Mr ss Gladys McCreary, 06 Wind-; Conde street visited with friends j fall, visited with friends in Tip-| at Noblesville Saturday. j ton Friday afternoon. j W. A. Pnmnhrey, P. C. CHIBontACTOK Office Over Foster Jewelry Store. Phone S54. Tiptoa, lad. tfie HUNDREDS of OWNERS a center SERVICE K

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