The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 1, 1930 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 1, 1930
Page 5
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Just Like Dad's! SPORTS for Boyi Son and Dad together, proud ^ looking sports can ftep out of thcuf gopd- oxfbilds v of smoked elk and tan qiljF, with a special sports sole and heel of rugged surfaced rubber . . . just alike in all but size! Sh »i 21/2 to 51/2 DAD'S SIZK. $3.98 UCaPENHEYG© Dr. P. J. Pentecost,: Prof.-O .l Beerbo wer and \ Rev. H. R. Pear cy. Dr. -Pentecost discussed" "The Job of Parenthood, as a Profession" and particularly- stressed the care and understanding tc be given ^children in their young life in training for their adult life In a discussion: of "The Father's Share in the Education of his Children'' Prof. Beerbo^rer, named three types of fathers: 1st—"The father whose word is law," the mother being alio wed no part or voice. 2nd "The father who is the silent partner .with no obligation except to niake: the living and hand it over, j the .mother's word being the law" jand 3rd ? "The father and mother! who unite 'in a co-operative program of reasoning and understanding: and who unite in an; effort to give their best in !the training of their children. Rev. Pearcy in a discussion C+.iss Entertained. The members of the S. P. I- class of Diet-Atlanta Methodist:". Sunday school were, entertained Saturday afteVnoon at a class party aud a business session at the home of Miss Elizabeth Doug-; las. At the business session the; following officers were .elected:; Miss Maxine Pox, president: Miss; Helen Spidel, vice-president; Miss Elizabeth Douglas, secretary; Miss Hazel Cpnoway, assistant secretary: Miss Lucile Shook, treasurer: Miss Melita Rushton, assistant treasurer: Miss Ruby! Small, book and literature secre-j tary,-aud, Mrs.' Margaret Palmer,"j White Valley Retreat .1 Sanitoi-iimi for- Nirvous ami ' Mcntal I'atients, Liquor ."<,'• and Drug Addicts. ' ! Homelike atmosphere'.and' hos-i pital efficiency; each patient uu- . der special observation: reasonable.-rates; information upon rc-| quest. 1 883 E. Wash., St. lMi«n« '.$13. MARTIXSVIL <M2, IX.D. i "The City of Healing Waters" assistant. During the. afternoon game's'were| enjoyed, and three contests in jlhich .all' had part. The contest', guessing corn in a jar was won by- Miss Shook; the bean hunt: by Miss Ruby Small .and a .potato race by Miss Fox and L.duisb iTiicker. At'.the close of the after: meuls WCAJ noon dainty served. ! "MotluJ refresh­ es Study Club. An especially enjoyable meeting of the Mother's Study Club of Tipton county, was held Monday evening with Mr. i and Mrs. Earl VanBibber northwest of Tipton with sixty or more present including members and guests of . Ihe club. This was known as "Father's Night" in the club and was the first meeting in which recognition was given to the fathers. A pitchin dinner was enjoyed 1 at 6:30 o'clock. The dinner Jw/as served cafeteria style and [the guests were then seated at small tables around the rooms. 1 "Following the dinner Mr. and Mrs. VanBibber generously served a bountiful supply of delieius ice cream. Later a splendid program was given by the' fathers, with Floyd Ray as toastiuaster. The speakers for the program were Tonight and Wednesday olj the preceding, topics gave a talk on "Parenthood, the Home jand the SchooJ. lall Co-operating i;n a study of child life, in their training for the highest ideals and in the goals that parents dejsire their children to attain, and that h'appindsd, .religion, education and a spiritual- influence are! all needed to round out the program of successful parenthood for chil-l dren. : I The meeting was voted one of the best meetings of the club year" and a. rising vote of thanks was given Mr. and Mrs. VanBibiierj for their ivery generous hospitality and kindness. I J Goldsmith Parent-Teacher The iGoldsmith Pa'rent-:Tea<;hsi; Association will bold their [last meeliiig of the 19211-1930 year, Wednesday -night at the Goldsmith school building . at f :3p o'clock.. Arrangements are being maij£ to make this one of | the; best meetings of the year with aj program of much interest toj all.' Miss Lelia Payne of the Hpine; Economics department of [thej Goldsmith schools is chairman of; the entertainment committee and! in connection with her program; has, arranged a style show i for the evening with an exhibit j of work from her Domestic Science; classes in the schools. j Mrs. Albert 'Michel is in charge 1 of the refreshments "for the ieve-j niug and asks that each family! bring sandwiches. Following the program and social features there will be an election of new officers to serve the coming year! Alt members and their families of the community are urged to be present. ' j . BACK Elmer E. Green Sells ness und Returns to Railroad. v After months for a string of Indianapjoj Chicago newspapers, Elm,. Green has decided to' return his old j love, and Tuesday duties as crossing watchman the Junction. newspaper routes to his well Green; who for! the ipastl erai weeks has been assisting ; jthis work. Elmer El Green for many yea^s was employed as switchman! the local yards of the Nickel Plat ar.ri was relieved from that occ I 1 : 'i 1 pation jby the company ' .count of having reachedj limit. 'He was given aj crossing watchman but | I '' ' ' ! 1 ' a leave; of absence and .purchased the newspaper % business ^hich hi-s successfully conducted. The son who takes Vm-'ness intends to add more . magazines to the assures^ patrons of;; delivery of their favorite j politanj. paperj. The still be; maintained |in the building on North!! Main'j E. E. Pritchard ;who ilias the watchman at ithe crossing for the past; several will, be given; another position j>f this kind, re-enter the train service ing eligible to one of.' the ger brakeman runs on the Plate, j A-New Shop. of Ar jpassebi- Njickol Roscoe. Comstock has just ohened to.; the | public shop 1a it; p |o6l ^odm ad Bii'lliday Dinner. BIG DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM Mexkali Rose" I the Awful Troth «<i ; — with — Barbara Stanwyck and Sam Hardy * . A colorful all-talking <lili­ ma of life and love- on the Mexican border-— the. story of a heartless coquette jwho cast bir life, on the u-heel of fate and lost. . - with — Ina'Claire and Henry Daniel - His jealousy, 'her pride, scandalous tongues—all contributed to ji'unke this lii:s. bund and wife unhappy, but love prevails I at last, — :i grout domestic uill-iluilogue production.- Two Good Pictures—No Advance in Admission Matinee—10c and 25c. Evening 15c and 35c- Racing .madly down, a mountain side. —~ three fi eight furs oat of control —the lives of four tiann- IBK in the balance—the switch is thrown, |Uien—: The Jfreaiest ncrve-thlR-- ling pictarc.drama ever ecrn nn the >crccn. V. T . Ma^ 10c !25b ; ; t\i. t 18c and 36c •ROBERT ARMSTRONG^ ^and JAMES OLEASONf A trainload of laugh* Biggies ..r^tbrilb. «™ I»"«; kcd J? ^' ..rasing comedy Oraasa^M jUI-<U*l''£ | * e e * ,k- of th ° "Hrtma* —a prodnctloB none VanVwc'iw! hci ;r without the keenest pn- jojrincnt -7 -irou'll regret mlsvtag It. ••. • \ I *< I; M*> AII Talking OHM* : Eenefit the i Tipton B. & mi' »BfcJ Sister Junior AUdrews, the small i<on- of Mr. and Hits. Bernard Audrews of Columbia Avenue, was honor guest Sunday at a delightfully appointed birthday dinner party at the'home in celebration of his third' birthday an niversary. Special guests of Junior were liis grandmother, Mrs! Mayme Andrews of Fort Waymj : and his little playmate Bobby Hoke of Kentucky Avenue. • | ! j There was a big hirthday; cake with the three candles for the center of the jtable. The cake was senfe'd following the splendhjl chhjken dinner." ' 'it Methodist Choir. The choir of the Kemp 'Methd- dist church will meet Wednesday joveiiing at 7:30 o'clock at tlijs. church instead of Thursday evening for' practice of the Eastar music. Members askled to take note and all be prekent on time. Embroidery Circle. " The Embroidery. Circle Will be entertained Thursday afternoon ati2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Frank Compton, at. ; 2.J5 South Main street and members are all urged -to be present. • Jollyelte tluh. iof! vejry n&w :ui<jl Mr. patrqn- is iby shjop sandwich sliop and and expects to give the peoiile Arcadia andj transiejnts jthe best service j possible. The shop was opened Monday Comstock enjoyed- a-fine age through jthe day. Tl^e located in the building ..bwh^d Mrs. George! Bacon of and that wa.s formerly by the J. VI. Trietsch store.: ; i Mr.! Comstpck-who wa! ly owjier of j the Federal Road 31 i i recently sola to "Midway' ' Jiidh and jw t-ned Sheridbn occupied Clothing foi-mfer- jpn ^lie Fpstfer William has an entihre nevf etjuipment for his shop and;' everythinglajrrangjed to cara for ihe public iii clent way.!His eating seijvlcej the front ofj the room jwhilj two pool tables are arranged the rear. j Sandbank L; udies j' i Mil aii effi- in p tjhe in The Ladicis Aid socie^jt Sandbank Christian church! be entertained "Thursday I. - i I ! noon 'at the home of •'•Mrs. nie Hoover and every riiember urged to be the annual society and members friends will bring all gathered from their flocks last Sunday. A poultry Tipton, will them the highest market The ladies during the needles and present. Tlijisj Egg Market and th f the \fill flrter ' M will fo'r deals! get the eggs will also dp afternoon and are asked to pome prepared w thimbles. Eveready sine bottles handy office accessory Tribune! Press. Use.Tribune classified ads. The Jollyette Club will be entertained Thursday! afternoon by Mrs- bar! Crail at! her home on West Adams street* All membera are requested to be ^present. >| Eoohn frtfly. Moose hall VOUR nn- is be the tlieir. gs fijom anld pay pr qiiilt|ng liey ith a The this Nei^ Organization Times Endeavor to Service that has Made 44 hold Word Since 1 852- Will at AU the Same it House^ We Believe We Are ience, Modern to Service if Years of Exper- Personal Interest Enter Int0 What Yon are Entitled to When in Need of Such Service. Ambulance Service Free Service Day or Night With the Exclusive Ambulance in Tipton EYESi will babr abuse, • [ up under severe and in spite of it glivje re- markablje service. J i ' But there 's no uiejtiy ; \ng to! fool yourse f abo at the resn |ts of eye- il rajin 'seduced efficietcy Diffco^ifoiit;; :. :Poor|risimi. ' | . Loss of normal visibnlui ']Yo^.. ihey^ ! ^ise one at morilof the* i if 5 ou neglect your eyiT : 1|h r oiP, : 581 ^for| pnoikt- Highest QuaUty west Prices It is Our Desire that We May be Ablo and to mm 1 Benefit. t MeHHs, Pm w

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