The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 3, 1930 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, April 3, 1930
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1>AGB STX r I ARCADIA. •j (Continued From Page 30 . , kid rehearsal!and pleasant social; "time". Mrs. Trietsch served apples! and home-made candy j to ; tile: guests. • This rerently organized , choir is-doing splendid' work and. Avill t sins ai-tlK Siindiy . church- dervlices. "" ' : I" Mrs. W. C. JViiijohnwnhi to; . Indianapolis'.'. Wndnesdaij: in re-, sporise to a mc :riS:i? statiiiK ihat'-| Airs. Moody Kerr visited 1(Mrsi Margaret Gall in the. Noblesville Hospital Thursday evening. Mrs. Gall; entered the hospital Sunday. ! Mr and Mrs. Ralph/Gunning re-:j Hensel her husband; who,'is employed iw i Hie Si ale. House i.v'ill at I I K; Home; .of his son W'm. rvtiijoiin. ' j ?.lJohn : K «.>rr was hostess for; last m<-oi in'-, of the Thursday ; •mon f'luii. The rffterimoiji j nieasantly >p«:iitl in . playing \ •.. prtzW In ins presented loj Rail .Slio. liiiey ia'jid to Mrs. m i''ui>n"ii .:r!i ;:!ii sis' a potest. At .She rinse of the . games ' the hcjtess served a delirious'lunch. I P. the Af IV." J! . F Cently took , their four-year-old daughter, Carolyn Jean, to Wilkinson .where she underwent an operation forithe removal of tonsils and adenoids. Mrs. Gunning's parents Rev. and Mrs. Earl Leoh. rd of Alexandria accompanied them. '. i i \ See Harold Lloyd in his first' all talking fun-riot'at the ; Rit? Theatre,.- Tipton, Arri! 8, 9, %0. • ;j : tf- Mrs. Clarence Guy entertained at an all day| meeting anil dinner 'I imrsday. After dinner pie lad- ins spent the time socially ind in knotting comforts. Guests flor the day included Mrs. Mary| -Small, 1 Mrs. Lucille Reynolds, Mrs. Marie Martin, Mrs. Ada Ba"fcer, Mrs Emma Shaffer Riebeling.' Mrs. Fannie was an afternoon caller, j Donald Eckhart of Angola and | illT. arid Mrs. Wayne Moorehead !-and son Kenneth were supper j guests of Mr. and Mrs. James . Hershtnan Tuesday. Mrs. Frank Conl.ey was a •charming hostess for the mem- hew of the Kill Kare Klub at'her home west of town Monday night. Mrs. 'Couley -had clkarge of the program and she gave an excellent, hook report on the book "His ...Own People." This'was followed by discussion- after which evening was spent in salving con • tests.- One especially interesting one was the writing of the "most i foolish thing you ever did," These papers were exchanged, read and ' voted upon and Mrs. Vane Leam- ; ingj came out victorious. The host• essj served chicken salad, hot arid Mrs. Shirl j rolls, pickles, /pie the nine, members and guests':, Mrs. Conrad of Indianapolis,: Creek > Mia. George Hall, day, P. El Charles : DjeVaney ry Gwiyn. Mr.' arid Mrs'L Vane teaming had as .their dinner guests | Mon- M TS. and; and coffee to I : • • ; l • the following Rodenbeck Walter Mrs.' Mrs. Har- Pickett of. North! Daitota, and! Mr. and JMrs. Otto Kna] p of Bjjiffalo, Mr. j Pickett who is, a brother-in-laW of I - - f i | -• : i i . Mes. Learning and] Mrs. Knapp, left \jvedi esday for hjis home in Carrint.toili, -after|| -being (called of, the illness of I Malry rjijekett here -pn account his mother Mrs. near Boxley. Mr; and Mrs. pan Murray| live tjhree miles will celelirate tlJeir^flftiethj Carrlrigton, ding« janhijversary| 13 arid tney are Sunday, [extending aji in who of Ajrbadia jwed- April vitatijon '• io the- ijmmefriate tatnily You Really Oil '"T** See! 1 ' Heavy Du It 's for'extra STYLE ,^eWa mileage, extra read protection. Your car looks smarter on these biffger, handsomer stronger New Goodyears with their J deep^ir^extrla-tHck All- Weather treads, the outer blocksof which are prismed down into Spver'-stripeji side walls. Be sure to see; these really stunning new Goodyears before you. again buy tires. Seat Covers For All Cars 'i Sep.'covers aid. greatly to tie appearance ol your car. Come- in and let jus show you tha new patterns.! $3.75 Priced and up Brake "Mil tili.'sttis assures yon i:f tile hfs*. brake liuing .V<:;i ni'.i buy. Uvrry size i-::ri ird ill M-crk in both n: uld:ri and regular Units. Urirf:' in your bands; —we. re!in-' tliein while you wail. No extra i-!t:irjj:» for applying lin- t:ii. We iifso carry- a rtnn- pi< to .; !o:k of -'MiiHi- bosios" rin'ch fariiiss. 29x4.40 All-Weather H.D. $11,50 30x4.50 AU-Weather H. D. j $1200 28x4.75 j AU-Weather !' . H.D. , $12.70 GOODYEAR HEAVY BALLOONS $11.50 $12.30 $12.70 $13.95 29x4.40 All- Weather H. D. 30x4.50 All- Weather H. D. 28x4.75 All- Weather H- D. 30x5.00 AU- . Weather H. D. 31x5.25 All- ; Weather Hi D. 29x5.50 All- ; Weather.H. D. 31x6.00 All- I Weather Hi D. 33x6.00 All- ; Weather H D. TIRES $16.35 $16.85 $18. TRADE-IN We Give Tou a Liberal Allowance for Your! Old Tires NA T I0NAL Storage Batteries Regular Heavy Duty •611 R F $6.70 6n s r $7.16 Al OutslaiidinK lA)w Vrices [it ' (Exchange) Polishes Duco No. 7 Polish .Kiiiiomz? 'Polish 8 !roonii3 K>iner _ PolishiBK Cloth, Jt jfirdu MjU ^n Duller Chamois —50c Smith's DaM ClotJw Pathfinder Balloons 29x4.40 , Pathfinder $5.79 1 [ 30x4.50 Pathfinder $6159 "<•"' .. ..'•-l.^'j" : '':;?- : 2^x4.40 Pathfinder . $5.79 : 29x4.50 Pathfinder . . 6.55 30x4.50 Pathfinder . . 6.59 .'28x4.75Pathfinder . . 7.85/ L ;2Sx4.75 Pathfinder . 7.98 P 30x475 Pathfinder . 8.25 £9x5.00 Pathfinder'. . 830 I 30x5.00 Pathfinder L$ 8.49 MT" •{. | '! : • I'lfi 31x5.00 Pathfinder .. 8.7? 32x5.00Pathfinder . 10 35 1 •' : ',' : '" •'••:[ ' .J. ! ' i *' •! 28x5.25 Pathfinder .. 9.35 • •^f.'ii .^ll.-i' T- I Jfr- ! 29x5.25 Pathfinder .. 9,59 30x5:25 Paihflnder 28x5.50 Pathfinder .. 1035 31x5.25 32x6.00 Pathfinder Palhflnder Free lostalattoD of Al " -""AW I ^ ....,...-.„ , and brother and sisters to spend with them. They ire-ask- to! br)hg food tor . : •'•' a the day inij them pitchin Mr . and Mr.'' < dinner. Open house will be Iheld in the afternoon for their relative^ and 'friends who wish to i • 1 call. . Mr. and Mrs. Orien Shaal and daughter Faith visited in I Indian- III I • • t I •.—' • :• " I ! " apolis Saturday and Sunday with •Mrs: Dave Manes. | and iMrsi John Sp'illman and family of Waynetown and Mr. and! Mrs Clarence Bishop and | I I.'. ' . ! ." -1 i ; ' family Were guests Sunday of Mr. and IMrs. - I . I' l] of | town. Misses Lillian wejre Mrs.j and j J.; L. Bishop southwest Margaret Waters and Martin of Indianapolis guests ;[Monday of Mr. and Otto Jensen. Miss Waters Miss Martin are teachers ,at Technical' High school in I Indi-in- apolisand at the close jnf their school year they will leave. for Europe I to spend the Kiimmei\ 'John Bobbid; Evan Ijohnstm Miss Aele Cahoun djl stud- at| Northwestern tlniversity, few days last week here and { ents spent a, 11' "•' • • L wiyv the former's graivlmother ana [aunt Mrs; Mary' Teal and Miss Emma Knause. iM^and Mrs. Carl Aldr daughter Judith Ann of 1 I.E.. J... „ii apolis were -guests Sunday of Mrs. Mary Teal. - ' I Mr. and Mrs. Conrad- Rodenbeck : and family of Indianapolis visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.- Lee Sowers. Mrs. Rodenbeck .and children; will visit here this.week with her parents. ' Mrs. Joseph Waltz had as her guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Hen­ ry'Myers and children of Logansport, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Waltz and children of New Palestine, arid Mr.!and Mrs. John Waltz and' son Joseph of Noblesville. Ray Berg of Marion spent the week end with his parents Mr and Mrs. Join Berg. Mr. and Mrs. "Earl Lyons who have been living on a farm in Howard; county visited hist week wij.ii his parents, Mr. and Mrs Rijchard; Lyons Sr. Mr. aiid'iMrs/ Iiyjons left- Monday for their new home in Jennings county. |Mr: and Mrs. Fred Waltz and Mrs. Winifred Brammel were. Indianapolis visitors Monday. Mrs. Waltz went to. the Capita) City for the purpose of entering 'a •aailt in a contest being held by the Indianapolis Star. "[Mrs. Waltz dge and Indian- the and, apolis and Tom Dickey sijent Saturday and Sunday in " Bluffton, Ohio, with Mr. arid Mrsi . Verne Stage. • I. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sriiith and son | Russell 'and Mr. and .Mrs. had the quilt on display in Slia'ffer! window Saturday many admired and remarked on the beautv and . workmanship of id. ;• _ '.. .. IMrs. Loretta Butler is spending this: week near / Cicero the ; guest ofi Mr. and Mrs. ! JMrs. : Frank Martin Donald'! Walters, of Brovynsburg, | dinner guests Wednesday the were guestsj Saturday arid Sun-I members of'the Scoop Club, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Walla Cru- 11 day! of za!ni j Mr. juid Mrs. Kennethi Hodson have returned-home from Laurel > i i [ -r • 1 1 where they had been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hahn. I '• '! . 'i i Miss Helen Waltz and Maurice i I •. i I . i Thomas, students at DePauw i . ' D • • ' • ' • | ^ . i spent the week end j with i their, parents. ; 1 \ Misses-Velma Baker and Paul- ' • I ' i I ' ! ine i Burrls of Indianapolis spent tllej week end with the [former's Carl Rode had as her parents, Mr. and Mrs. eri| I-.' ;!'-. Class No. S held a vegetable' soup market Saturday | Chicago, are spending a few days in [the repair rj-r- < sl T' • \ f- wjell - pleased I with the result the} wojrk as| they eleajredl "•• liloyd Hill of Marion spent the. wjeek end with his wife* at the Henry iBak- cake and \ i Claude Shaffer, Mrs.| Clarencce Guy, Mrs. Henry Baker, Mrs. Herriian Reynolds and Mrs. Jake Small. The afternoon was spent in playing] Bunco and halving a general good time. ] ' Mr. arid Mrs. Lew iciroves and daughter Jean were | Noblesville visitprs|' Saturday afternoon: En- route home they stopped in Ciccero and visited Mrs. Ella Cornelius. ; !Miss|Nina Bishop of Indianapbr lis is 'spending "a few home here. i I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Owens of days at her| lT?«,«f ^11 Alexapidjer shoe, and the| laidies are i of hlSirie of ' Mr j'arid Mrs.! with her mother Mrs. Mary^Teal. Hal Fox (V Noblesville' spent several daysvlast weok. with his nephew Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hi- oii. ' i ' •, |, j . . .• ,•' • ! Mrs. Joseph Waltz j and grand- J. I M. Bow-! daughter Betty Brammel visited. ser. B Mr. Hill who works forjthejin Noblesville Monday with Mr- owser] trucic; line at |Ma|rioh Has j arid Mrs. Jahn Walliz.; b^eri tjransferred to ; the 1 Indian-1 '-iMr. jand Mrs. J. TjV.j Ridge were apolis office land began h'is dulies j business visitors to Delphi Mon- I 1 I t I ! ' ' j ' '• ' • l ' ! ' : I ' I Everett Bowser day. h !!.;-'',-•'. Indiana|po-' IMr. land Mi\i.'Don Dickover and there Julonday. w!ho has been in the! lis |Offlce has been transferred; to Marion Mr. and Mrs. Shirjl w,ere supper! | guests Riebeling tin day: evening of Mr. and Mrs,: Ernest j^ov- ersb'er.e'ger at' Tipton. ; .Other _ue|sts [were Mr. jand Mrs.' Warren Meyncke and! daughtef Myrnaj . Mr. and Mrs. j Clai and sons Dale and f jj and Mrs.- Ed! Wlilsler de j SliafTer 3obby, i Mr. and dau'gh- 111 t«r j Myra Jjlae and Jthn! Shaffer sient Suriday in Andersojn guests of Mr. !and Mrs'. Claude Hawkins. 1 . - 11 i V 'I I '. ' ! I Mr.-and MrsMra Rinnaman of Fjrtville and/Mr. arid Mrs.- Vint Barnhizer were'' dinner 1 guests Sunday of Mr.rand ftfrs.i Dallas Bkrnhizer. Norma Lou and Rosemary: small !;1 daughters ! .in) the Barnhizer home have: been quite with colds: but are. improving.. Mr. and Mrs. 1 Robert Dcman of. i I' I ' I 1 I l Brooklyn, N.i Yi, were guests Saturday night i and Sunday nf the latter'si sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shew. Mr: Shew who has been employed in New York having a very responsible position with a large i concern there has been transferred to the Cnicag< office. They were'enroute to! Chicago Saturdays and took this opportunity to visit'! her sis- j ter.| V ••{. f ' .: |Missi:s i Heleni'Nagle and Marie Jordan, nurses ! at the city | Hos pital In Indianapolis spent! Saturday! • ligljt I with -Miss I Nagle's. mtother Mrk,| Verch Wagle, it be- ink'Mf*. Naele'a ttlrthday: {They aitende I the' Senior "play siatur dsivevtntng. T; Mr. find Mra: daughters Martha Jane and Dorothy of Indianapolis.were'-griests over the week end j of Mr. .and Mrsi Charles Rodenbeck.' Misses re- Martha; Jane - and mairied for a week'ij j Mrs.'i Elmer Reisiiiger,. .Miss Harriet Goldman and; Billie Cot-] ti'hghain of Noblesyillfe were n|.r jguests Sunday Clifford. Mr. and Mrs. Cm) •s. Catherine M! Dorothy visit. of Mrs. din- Eva t Sumner and S PRINGTIME «9smi wl^ • joy to be back on the spade it up and rake it smooth. Of course you 'll have e garden. Northrup, King & Co. ! s Packet Seeds, at your dealers, will reward your efforts very satisfactorily. EacK vjesetable picket is a wonderful value, at its cents. | and Joe Suriday west of and Mrs. Toni urday; pvenirig. Mrs.. Dora Laridis Bright visited town, with Mr. [-ttobk -';•]....'- ' Mr. and Mrs. fed Lewis visited in ^tlanta Suriday with Mr. and Mrs: Pete Lee*. Mrs. Catherine Brenner, Mr. Sli arid]Mrs. 'Wesley Shaffer, Mr. and •tenner . of ji'Mrs. were Ma- guests i Sunday tilda McMrillen nortih jof. town. • i Mrs:.! George Ha^orth of- At- latna visited Mondavi with her daughter Mrs. Herman Reynolds. i Mr: and Mrs. Elvm Nagle of Noblesville were guests ofi his mother Mrs.! Suriday Lulu Nagle.' Pearl Sumner and dinner Lew Mrs -1 ':' | Mrs.; daughter Marjone guests i -Tuesday of Groves and daughters, Alice and Jean, the occasion ! being Mrs Sumner s and Miss I Alices birth- 4" : ' -. .' : J- .• - : *'-"'|Mr. ! and Mrs. James - Gorrell : | ,:• I «^ had as itheir guests| Sunday Mr. and i Mrs. Merritt Marquis^- Fred Dickover and son Newton, and ^Verle WlLders and! ran illy and |Mf. and Mrs Chet Hall aid son Jo^ were dinner gUMts Slindajr lot Mr. and {Mrs. ^n ^»]ia1sd ^Hi - 7 1 ]^f(''''" J ' ; ' mi | Gerald Hannah and|chil : Mra. I Lloyd i Smith vls- r Strawtown Tu^d.y aft, r,;:rv:"; : .r;^. of I attending Methodist the min- Mrs. N.i M: Dickover..; |Rev: E. R. Lutes is at Hartford City, this week Conference of ' isters. i ! : 'Miss Nellie: Lee of Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs. Will | Zlegler and family of Cicero were [guests Saturday evening of ijfrl: and - Mrs Ed Lewis, i Rube j Fuller of spent the week end friends. !< Mr and Hrs. spent: Sunday near. Mrs! Curt'-MakerJ and Mr. and Mrs! Lloyd Lieurance attended the funeral of Mrs.- Barbara" Gardner at Cicero .Monday. ; Mri5. Mary Louise Noble, Misses ;Mary Leaniirig a|nd Martha Gibson [-were guests (Monday evening .of Miss Alice Grdves. ' Mir. andrMrs. Herman Reynolds whoj have been living in the Harvey Jester property on West South street purchased the James Mart.z property on West Main street which |wasi sold at auction Saturday afternoon. The consideration, was ISS80. The sale was i • r ' i under the direction .of the sons, Garland Martiz of Noblesville and Frank Martz lof Indianapolis. Howard Garretson of Anderson was [calling on friends in Arcadia Wednesday. \ M'r and Mrs. Fred Rollings and son Keck ' we're- at . Indianapolis and] visited Mr. and Mrs. Ora Bright. The son William who has [been ill' since Christinas with Arthritis is slowly improving and is-h'ow able to be up and can walk around the house. J Mr: and Mrs. John Durr who have been spending the winter in Texas were guests Tuesday of Mr. and! Mrs.: Lloyd i Barnett. They iwas invrteff to the basement of the church where contests and !games furnished' amusement. First on the program was an Eas- .ter egg'^fffim -Ifhieh, proved to hp an April fool ipke as no \ eg«s tould be found. Mrs. Fred Mart* and Mrs. Shirljl Riebeling were ihe [winners. Latetf in the evening all jwere seated a(t a long table anil (two small ones and the followinu- iluncheon served: Meat loaf, po-- jtato salad, sapdwic-hes. radishes, pickles, home : made cookies and coffee." Those present to enjoy the evening with Mr. and Mr,s. Barnett arid jjirs. Burton were: jRev. and Mrs. |R. B. Givens, Mr. arid Mrs. Wkl JBurtoh, Mr.- i a*nd itlrs. Fred Wa^tz, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martz, Mks. Gerald 'Hannah, arid daughter Arigeline. Mrs. Lloyd Smith, Mrs. Shirl Riebeling, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Whisman. Everett RaquJt. Mlsa Rath Raquet, Mrs. Chet Hall. Miss Nina bishop, Mrs. [Elmer William,*. Mrs.. .^Ioyd (jlunnlngham. Miss Mary Elliabeth Williams. She's Gettinfl Tliiicr Every Day Her Fat Is lUWng | ; Past Away j All bver the world Kruschcn Salts is appealing to girls, and women who strive for an attractive, free from |fat figure that! can riot fail to win admiration, i Here's the rejetpe that banishes fai and brings into blomom all the natural attractiveness that every ^womman pasaeaam. i i Every morning uke one-half teaspoon of Kruschen Salti in a a glass of hot water before breakfast. I'.'. . : I Be siirv and <Mi| thin every mornint littlfc itolly I I OM> fj|t." r-on."t in Indianapolis [here with 1^ Wlilsihan dlcero; with Mr. and Mrs. B. |Whisman. Sr. Mr. and- Mra~ Danra Berg and Mr. and^Mrs: FloydBerg of Mun- cle visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and^t Mra::John JFlanlgan -and Mrs. I yftti (Carrtck ; ! ;;H l]^;;.', •: Mj 4 .-. and; ;Mr». ?i ?anl IfApple-- and children! andMri) 8alue r Rodenbeck' were iTipton visitor* Sunday an were enroute to their home Tinjey, Ohio. :Mr. and Mrs. Curt Maker were called to : Cicero-Saturday morning j on account of the death of herj aunt Mrs. Barbara Gardner ati the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Wxpten. Mrs. Gardner had been HI: for aereral months With can-! cer: of the- stomach. , QhraitiMi G^wch Note*. Suaday. aohool, -S:S0; prtach- Ingt lft :*0 and avantng aarrlcea J :00.-::Th«'monthly board mael- itffVirill ,b« haid Friday .Bight lu for "It's th«' takes off th« mamlnr. I The KriwehcB every particle, matter and bai are espfllcd l At: the <m liver. kHaert up: aad ill udnlns NataraTa 1* carriM «• IV Hint [itablt meaaa! DOtSOIKHM wute it aciito- «•<! |8n the ayatem.: | ••the atontneh. iVbawchi are tbaed ak btowl im- tta-aMa* aaOs thl» nerve aad la foltowad »r "tiiat KnadkMl feet- Ii5«" .'of -ienetiatleirhtanfc aad acthrltr that la reflected pKbright c -- — skla, cheerful vivacity aai lEtim^ Me latUa -af

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