The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 2, 1930 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, April 2, 1930
Page 6
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Glenn Highly, 18, Is Said to .-Have Fired Shot Winch " Killed Man. • i i "'' BURY VICTIM TODAY Monday Sheriff jDevault was asked |to be on the lookout" for Glen Highly, 18-year-old Marion youth, I who is charged with having fired the shot - jsvhich killed Martin ' Ihrig, 35-year-old Jones- horo nieat dealer, in liis place of '•business Saturday night. Highly is accused of shooting Ilirig down when the latter was being held up by Highly 'and' Jack Gerald Kingery,'1" also of Marion. Kingery wafi arrested Sunday night at the hom£ of a young girl friend and made a confession (charging Highly with having shot Ihrig. Kingery said | that he'and : Highly stole an automobile from the streets of Marion Saturday night and drove to Jonesborol for the purpose of committing the holdup. They entered .the nieat ' inraket of Ihrig airdeoinnianjded Mrs. h.j 4- Sm&rt . of McCor-. niick's Creek State. Park, near Spencer,/has announced ; the engagement of her daughter, Miss jBetty Sinart' to Virgil <If. Connor' of Cleveland, O.-Mr. Connor^is a ison of Mrs. ;C. H.\Corinor of Pos- itoria, O. j ) : '. • The wedding will ""Stake- - place early in June at Canyon Inn at the State Park near Spencer. !• The bride! is welf |known. here and is the granddaughter of Mrs:) Mary Ogan Green of West Jefferson street; whfere she has .spent considerable, tiine.j •• • ».» —- Dr. W. H. Deadlier, of Dayton, 0.; Will Deliver ^the ' Class. Address. 4= that-Sir. Waltz had made sncli an !instrument, it!was l'iot'foundIiin- i 1 : 7 '• --if*'- 'I - ! r \! til: SunHay when in.gpiiigj through some ; :<»C.* his. papers tile -family foujnd- it. Honse Passes Bill After Objection Made of Behalf . f Labor...! FAVORED BY -him to throw up his j hands.- Ilirig, j the victim o^- a joke,'started to-M •ward the youths,' and Highly shot if ^ces in war times was adopted; him, the bullet : striking, hinr! i the abdomen, and he died in Grant county' hospital Sunj just-before noon. * '•' .Before; dying Ihrjg gave Tbfficeiw a detailed description! the two youths which resulted in ! the arrest of. Kingery, : The victim of the the of a widow and two small daughters. Alma and Joann: He sided at Kokomo go boro several years aj ing.a meat market. <ele of Mrs. Reuben Windfall and Mr. a£d Mrs. ; rish went to /Marion tend the funeral in church at that placej Wednesday afternoon. Burial was loldnp leaves j f" 3 - 1 ! formerly rang to Jones- j ;o and open- He is an *» n- Parrish | of Par- jnembers of The Hnstrunient fw4 s nfade ian to- witnessed , r I lit. and I West" written' on TO BE HELD APRIL! ft :u»ry 1". -IMS and •'•;. v% . K • Ibr Cyde -.qorrell- V • • ',. JTrietscfi and jwas • '•""- 'i-': ipiece cf ordinary ^vrjtirigj paper. | ! The .'.commencement 'exercises] By the terms of of the Windfall "high school will jU* e real; estate j and personal propj he held «in the Methodist church; erty is j bequeathed to the[ widowi at that place on, the evening of MJrs. itinnie Heimltalj-Wa^fz-dur| April 24, at which time the larg- ing her iifetinie and at ber; death est elass ^ in the history will of the is -to bje divided among the chil-f receive 'd ^en, there bejng nine living: Windfall schools tlieir diplomas. *•. !* '. JMr^ jwaitz ujied jof | blood • pois- 1 For this! occasion Dr. W." H. loijfng |which started ffvlmij an In- ' pearlier of Dayton, O.. national-; fecledjtoe. Ije had In jiiigrbwn-toe ly known is a preacher and lee-^uiii wAich (he] attempted"!to; cor .turer, will| deliver the address, j re bt hi nself and tl|e j plaice^© be- 1 Dr. Deachler, in he- j carte- "i ifected. I He' ' "'' ing known hs a preacher and lec-j t - ne ' heipitaVon'' March 3 and j had Personally entered tile- enn- lurer, has jcha'rge of one 'of the[ death ioceurred three days later, largest cohrmunity centers of the! ' !l • l " • ! middle west. ' ! i The bai calaureate services will ; he he'Id at the Christian church in i | LEGION Windfall on Sunday night April; : . : 20 and will be in charge of RevJ Washington, April 2.—A resolution .to provide for. a copimis- L. R. GraV with Rev. R: L. Wilson assisting. The Juifior class of the schools their annual reception ho thought he wlsleih's XleN' an ^ study; the problem cjf uni- for the seniors'on Saturday night, April X.9. jction. with the closing; It now of the schools the annuJl exhibit I of school work will be held at the' be com- j Wood M'eniorial gymnasium oh and Sunday April 13 ersal draft _pf the nation's re- by j the House, the '. ^ oes ^° tne Senate. |day j The commission will dosed of fivejlrepresentalives, four • Saturday i s|enatbrs, the] secretaries of war, \ and the public is invited and ittend 1 event in cohheclion •losing of the -schools alumni banquet which will he Meitl in the gymnasium on rjavy, commerce, agriculture and. urged to ! ljibpr, and the attorney general.' j Tiiejin; It w|(l consider "methods offsvilh the ziiife the burdens and • v&\ will, be Hit moving) profits; of war." If ifdund feasible, the commis-] Saturday r .sjion Would; recommend lin its re-J ort Officers See Great Advance- ment Made Toward a Market Control. • Remains Same' jWorking; j Conditions Are Altered. MET Tek-re menti contrict reacHed resen tvict ers o| Th John was! taken |to president' of'• the mine •• worker; feEenaes,! following sjhei •••break- 'down • night TO MEET NEXT WEEK iyening April 2G. o Congress a constitutionali H i :\np t^lXK ADDRESS. rimenjlnieijt to permit conschip-1 t^n of capital.. = i Foimor Tipton Attorney Speaker Th<j, measure was bitterly de-j Uofoii^ Kharpsville' Civic Club. , , , , -.ounced by, Representative Hud- today to atM J, . ! . ,,J * • , , ^ i . he LutWaniri ?' (1 ] el, ' ocrat - Alabama), a Sj T , le reR , llar meeting . ot the at 2 o'clock'. T e < f e T" SiWedSe f ° r co » scn '"-i Civic Club of Sl.arpsville was ' t ' on ( 9f .Property and labor l'or; lle j d Tuesd av night and a splenl In the Marion cemetery. %}ar..He saidlit was the "mostj dI j address.was made by Attorney : Clinton T. Brown, former riagraht attack ever made on the' .Local officers yinited the Nick- \ A^K of the House ;on private! el Plate yards and 1 watched traction cars but no person answer- wanted, was sighted Short of Bermuda. I prosecuting attorney of this' coun- |p|rope^y rights." j ty and a : former resident j of Asserting labor was .against the j S j laT p Svi ] ]e ing the description jjf the youVn'i ± solu t ionj _ h 4 cllarged the" real' New York, April i2.-^-The New York Times announced at 6:30 p.; in. last night that I the Yancey . ' 1 « I 1 I les plane, The Pilot, which left New] i Mr. Brown is now residing at iurpose was to enable drafting ofj kokbnio where he is engaged in 1 xbor for-seryice in private in-j ^ practice >o£ . law . The speaker | dustry and for private profit. The | ^ Jn general the proposa i s Alabaman .succeeded in getting; for nm ^ dins the co ^ litution ot tfcrou^h an amendment to lorbtd,^..^ ^ of tlhe commission from considering conscnption of labor in its stud- York at 9:39.a.: m.,lon a flight to Bermuda,.has gonejdown mi a calm set, sixty miles inorth| of the island, because I of the iap- proaching idarkness .l The aviators planned to take off at daylight to complete the flight, i - To Visit H<TC. i the opinion it should be left, lalonei He called attention to the I fact that in a vote taken in 1914 residents of this state defeated ithe proposition to amend by a j ; i Chicago, April 2.—The Far-j mers' National Grain jCbrpora-| f.ion, governnient^sp|onsore|d co-| operative", issued a Home Prom IFIoridai. TU Dr. and SDAY NIGHT! upon, a e,. April 2.—Agreo- wage land wprking- to be'Jn effect for one Indiana coal i miiies was jearly this morning by Mrs.."Wv| B. Huron ar-; rived; in Tipton Monday. .^evening from Safety Harbor, FTorica- and are once more - nicjly sjettled in their homel.on North West street.: They left TJipton early in) JJ nuary to visit at ithe hom|e ef a niece and family; in Safety Harb'ir. ! Shortly after bei^g local ed in .Florida, Dr^ljnd .Mrs.. Hiir>n received ••erious injuries In ; n automobile accident and both! wiere subcommittees arfd'signed by rep .| confined to:tlie hospital. Thfey are tatives of the ilridiaria coal J" st aboilt coinpleteW Operators asi-ocintion kndiof Dis iNo.j ll.iUAited ^iind; Work- r Aineriea: 1 agreement Ll .1 Lewis,' came.; after international of • I negotiations i Monday by | the joint scale j commit- ee, seeking a contract. to replace Terre Haute j agree- on ; a ,night j ;oming effi piring eale he p coan worUi sjdes lg' CO feel are (jous to th^ industry.' cair yesterday j rtf I defeatl. f^or his; for the' first annual ; meeting of dry lakv, Senator iTydings .tDemo- SJJnilnif; T.v<iii»RS Says i.He iWoulA Sacrifice OfllcW stockholders at 0hicago! next'fj Tuesday, iElection of the bbard; of directors will be the principal business. . ; • |Twenty-t\vo grainj co-operatives were .declared eligible to ipartici pate ipon -the closingj of, the bdoks March 25. The roster shows "tremendous strides in | the centralization of'the) ico-operative grain marketing m'ovement,". officers said. II! . j'The- progress of' the corporation," j they said, 'j'indicates not only a long step foriward by grai^v producers toward complete control of: grain marketing -through their own organizations; but also I a closer knitting tjogether of the Torres he; shjrtited fight issiied bjj he resent (iient. A joint statement !artwright jand by Wiljliant! Mitch •iecret iry! of District No. litTsaid: W|e reached an agreement'to- one-year contract, b'e- ctive April! 1, and ex- March !31,|1931|. The wage |will - ljemain the jsame as in esent contract, but several esliLve been made^in the nditidns, which 'both mutually adyantag- \TTACKS I>KY TL.WX IY 'Irk Washington, April 2.—>Varned attacks ;!on the rat, Maryland) |was • applauded enthiiiiiasticajly from thp ;"gal- r -- J - ithe senate yestei'day as in he wijiuld continue | to f . "cause which ; is j simply ng Ithe' United States and recovered from the shock aijid effects of the accident;! With' the'exceptioh of th dent and -eonsequenCBS thei in : t,lie.south was a happy one Xazarenc Prayor tjlc -eting.s. Prayer meeting a of the Nazarene 'Wedjnesday will be in charge of jt.'. A...H who will preach upon .'•'( tionri of. Successljul Pe Work," You are weltiome. ^ ; ii ' ' •- the cpurch night ooy'er :ondi- XIOK ADVAXCE OX; HOGS Twenty-five" to Fort>:| (V ; nts cv— Cattle Unchanged. 'Indianapolis.. IridJ April. Receipts ion hogs, 4,0fi0;- battle, S50; calves, S00; slieep^ 200. Hog prices early jtoday at. tliej.j local;-.lixe stock market were 25cj to 40c higher with wjeights if •16-O.j to 250 pounds . at] . ?10-.|(t toll $10.50; heavier kinds sold up toj'| $10.20; j under' weight s. : .up' co| " ^510.25 and sows up to .$!).00 Cattle were steadj', calve|s."just steady, at $1-1.00 dowjn, and were, .quotably -higlier with at ?9.50 down. . ij .111 Its traditions! oJnd'j'phi.Josophy. down into ithe mire of crime apd (forruiition and hypocrisy.": Maryland wet was replying Thd o ; ,Se |natyr an, ' I' Brookhart (Repubji- Io'wja) , j a | dry,; who ; had warnejd Tydings' Jthat his Hformer I _i ,__L'^i U L _i -L'T1. : '/T-,- ' Chicago, 111., April '2: ceipts on hogs, 13,00,0; held] over, 5^0,00; prices were 10c to higher, with the ion $ 0.J there were 6,500 cattle ani. 1R,- 000 she;ep ; liocM l*rof!cofc i|8tnrket| : (Moore & l^toore) Bntter _._^_! __. 'Eggs • -'—A ,4--2-'c Local Grain Market. (Hobbs Grain' Co;) , No. 2 Soft Wheat —-- T --.Oats • ;_ : -New Corn, No. 4 yellow, . per 100 lbo. l— Mnrder and Suicide. ; I r : majority of 103,000. Friends here have received word! TTle - aiten( , a]]Ce at Ulis meetine [hat Mrs. Anna L. r Dickey,, teach -J wassp]ell{ , if j an(i tJ)e }mmuei qrm.the Bloom.ngton schools will. se _ ve l d ^ a „ tJmt cou]( , , )e de _ pend |the week end in Tipton, the I ^ A schools enjoying a spring vaca-i «• - Uion. She expects to arrive Friday 'and. will remain until Monday morning. Yazoo < City, April 2 .^-A 'feud between a mayor and an editor resulted yesterday Bhooting of F. R. Rirdsall. editor | ot the Yazoo Sentinel and ; the ! auicide of Mayor J. |o. Stricklln. G«K»S lo Higher Court. County Clerk Miller has received instructions to prepare a transcript of the evidence given, at the ;rial of Ernest Husted : against the Indiana Central rail• road. held here last December, i The case ' - was_. one venued here frc>m' Hamilton ; county, Husted haivlng been: injured while in the employ of the railroad. The Jury returned a -verdict giving Husted $6,000 and.the railroad company took an appeal. to the_Appellate court \" ' > V\iat. otrStork. •• ';•' :,. ... -hr-, ;s }Mr. and M|». .;Ottto-Bllby^inear Shiloh,' were -Visited "by the : stork Moada)^attei;noon and were prer jseiifed^Sdth ^B flne*baby-bpr.' TSs 1» the;iecond chlld;ithe •jfir^t one being a di^hter, y -B^ farm organization Interests of the country than heretofore has been regarded as possible, s r ! Both of these i developments may well justify the! gram producers of the United States in the belief that their "marketing problems are well on their way toward solution." in - MI colleague] Senator Bruce (Democrat, Maryliand). had been j retired to private 1 life at Ithe last election, after; jmaking wet! speeches; i "Ifjl can pay that price to render nsome islightj service to my colinfry .'l :Tvdings declared, •'••at least! |I will not be running with Jones Is \Vinner. i Ih i Augusta, Cfa:, April 2.-^With a •mlleryof more than 3,000 stampeding in his path, j Robert Tyre Jones, National OpW champion from Atlanta, yesterday - shot two brilliant rounds of! par -shattering^ golf aiid won the I Southeastern Open: tournament here; with an aggregate of 284 strokes.' I TheJ nation's leading -amateur, who -leaves .late /this- month- for England with. th« Walker Cup team, ledvthei' field of more than threescore players! by. [thirteen strokes. -'••I'"In second j Mac< cainej Hortoh 3mlth,i CraKstbni,NI-. Y:,| professional wWK^ 897.','[".,} the crowd just to get re-elected." +1 i I T1 *"T •• i . i '(iiislier Is Uiiluiriipsscd. I j I •' • j ' I • ' J f ' • Oklahoma City,! April 2.-(-While e men who summoned its tre- mendon's power from i the i depths of the earth; made new prepara- to harness it,' tile great No: Mary Sudik gusher continued lo bejcli a 1 ! geyser of oil and gas into the air. in the South Okla homa| City ifield last: night. | tions 1 Indianapolis Produce Market Eggs—^-Indianapolis jobbers offer country shippers for s trictly j fresh stocJ&--delivered at In liana-1 polis, loss off, 23c.a dozen. '".I Poultry—Jobbers'.! payim; fori fowls, 4% lbs. up. 23-24c lb. Leg -I iiorns, 19-21c: roasters, less than | ihb lbs., 20-21c: Leghorns!.: 14-j •17c: sick, cull and humpback I poultry not bought; roosteiSi 12-1 IGc: ducks. 10-12c:, ; : geese.' full j feathered, 9c: guineas, young. $U dozen; old, ?4; squabs, 11 lbs.j o dozen, 54.50; old^ pi:reon[s; 75c a dozen. Butter—Jobbers' selling for ..creamery butter. 1 fresh No. 1, 44-45c a .pound. Buffer Fat — Indianapolis buyers are. paying 39c a; pound Indianapolis. 1 s •, •, ,' • .——'!(' • Visit <-d HI Indiaiiaivolis. V- IT 1 WHI jHemove to Farm. '> Mriand! Mrs.! Will M^Crearv and daughters Betty and Eleanor spent! Monday Indianapolis, the guests of | Mr. and ! Mrs. • Gomer Burton anjd family, - J iMr. I Burton has. been| Jill for several 'mouths with j nervous trouble, butj is now greatly Improved. h lBjW«l-!Plctunes.. I Miami, l -FIa , .1 April 2 — Lee Schoenhalr,'flying Byrd Antarctic espedUion! pictures through to NewLYork in oiU ;!bf| the r world's fnstest airplanes', landed „at 3 50 ilirport: YOUR NEIGHBOR HAS AC] j • AdOUNTIN THIS B. ' Because of this fact he has gained the reputation af being careful and systematic in his business dealings^ . Such a reputation means t the establishment of credit. . j 4 I - If you have not a checkirig account, why not dfbp into this bank and open one today? It will take le3s than five-minutes and will save you hours of time •in the paying of your bills. ; " •' I •• I •' .''.'••! acci- stay THE BAJTR tip THE PEOPllfi A Voluntary Member of the Federal Reserve System Only Bank in Tipton County Under Both State mm4 | . Federal BupenJataa. •sonal Put Sunshine Into uigh- With Colorful, Modern '' . ; I Linoleum,' & Furniture, Rugs, Stoves, Lamps, Etc. j. , iBarnim PHILCO RADIOS sheep lanilis Re- i35c SI.00 .30 ,.85 prices firsts, deltv- T|ieCa$eLine ' TOOLS - Light MiM^nceil; Dealer- L " Binkley Bldg. ! Tipton. FARM -Heavy We Sell PURINA FEEDS « Clieckerboar 1 B igft.-, —XHB|— I •': COMMERCIAL With a Record of Thirty Years of SERVICE" '' : ' : " '•'-' j ' - : !'"''•-, Our Commercial Banking Department has a clean record of fair and- sound management. May we serve you in your needs? ^ Citizens National Bank The Only National Bank in Tipton County In the A Bed is No Longer A Bed "II' [ U '•' UNLESS IT GIVES i YOU PERFECT I'" We have all the "makings" for jour perfect bed—Rome DeLuxe Bed Springs, Master-Bilt Innerspring, Simmons Beauty Res i and Deep- Sleep Mattresses. A;Vbry |-Extensive Display of Bedroon Suites Always Await? Your Inspectioii.

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