The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 10, 1930 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
Issue Date:
Thursday, April 10, 1930
Page 5
Start Free Trial

THE TIPTON DAILY : ; TBIBUNS| Dp You Buy on "Impulse" or on "Reasoning ' PSYCHOLOGIST^ tell us that some buy on * "emotion"—others on the ground of f 'reason why." If you are an impulsive buyer you are safe in "obeying that impulse"'when; you see our line of Easter suits and furnishings— , safe because there,'3 sound quality behind the looks. ! ' F INEST FABRICS woven, authentic style, expert tailoring, the lowest possible prices consistent with fine tailoring. ; Young & Mason Tipton So c i e t y Methodist Missionary. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of the Kemp Methodist church, held (heir regular' meeting; for April with the president. Mrs.! Charles Pouch on North Conde street with a good attendance'of members. The opening devotional services were conducted by Mrs. Paul Utterback and following tTiis service in which all took part. Mrs. Fouch gave a brief talk concerning the aims and goals of the society for the new . conference year. The lesson study for the 1 afternoon was given in two divi- } sions, the opening by Mrs. W. E. I Wells and the closing by Mrs. W. j B. Huron. ; After brief reports by | the secretary and treasurer the meeting closed with the repeating of "Our Covenant." A happy social, hour followed the meeting and dainly refresh-! ments served by the hostess. day night at the I. O. O. F. hall- at their regular meeting. The degree work was given to' one candidate, Mrs. Lawrence Collier, the work being exemplified by jthe degree staff of Tipton Rebekah Lodge No. 502, of which 'Mrs. Maude Collee is capain. ' The work was beautifully and most impressively given and Mrs. Col-, lee had reason to be exceptionally proud of her staff. Following the, there was a happy social hour and refreshments of pie, cake and coffee were served. Besides the full degree staff, others from Tipton attending-, the meeting were Dr. and Mrs. I. H. Woodruff, Mr. and Mrs. Will Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Prilfiman, Mr. and Oscar Jarrett and S.| Ladies Bible A.. Culver. Class. Shurpsville Bebekalis. The' Ladies Biblejjclass of the First J Presbyterian Sunday school will meet in the -chjurch parlors, Friday evening at 7:30 . o'clock with Mrs. Tyner Weiver and Mrs. Charily Katpn as hostesses. As there j is very important business to come before the class it is urgent that every .member be present? ' • s W.' It. C. Meeting. The Rebekali-lodge of Sharps-, .ville entertained a! large ; number j PASTOR SURPRISED. Rev.. Charles E. Dunlap prised By Class. Sur-j Rev. Charles E. Dunlap, pastor; of the Goldsmith Methodist; Church, and his family were given a very happy surprise Tuesday evening by the. members of Class No. 6 of the Goldsmith Sunday school. The class is composed of the ladies of the school taught by Mrs. Louie Magnett., At the supper hour the class members and their families gathered at the parsonage and taking Rev. and Mrs. Dunlap and family completely by surprise invited them to be their guests for a six o|cloek dinner,: Which they brought with them. The dinner was in the nature Vin- Mrs: -J. N.: Pen well of street accompanied hy her' 6'ie^t, Mrs. j Laura -Critchfield of; 1 cennes, department president the'Indiana Ladies of the G. A were at Marion Tuesday, the sp cial guests at a meeting of the Marion Circle of the Ladies of the. G. A. R. .Mrs.1 Critchfield,. visited [ Mfc- Bride j Circle, Ladies of the, G of a farewell for the pastor and JR . of Tipton Monday night aqd his family before they leave for | was trie Monday night guest |of their new home at Russiaville,; Mrs . pencil. She was !on|. |er where Rev. Dunlap was assigned j wav to Wabash to assist; in tile by the conference. The dinner was a regular feed of good things to eat and enjoyed by all. Following the dinner there was a program of readings given by Mrs. L. D. Summers and duet by Mr. and Mrs. Will Aldridge and singing by the class. There were* also talks in appreciation of Rev. Dunlap and his faithful "service . to church and- school as pastor for eight years and. also of Mrs. Dunlap who has been a faithful: and active member of the class.'! There! were twenty-five present to enjoy the evening. The only thing to mar the happiness of the evening was the serious condition of Mrs. Magnet, teacher \>f the class who was operated upon at the Kokomo hospital Monday morning. An - expression of good wishes and hope, of her early recovery was sent by the class. preparations for the annual G.|'A. R. encampment', and took this opportunity of visiting jthe .Circles. The meeting of' the Marwn. j Circle !was |largely|attended an class of candidates initiated:!, Mrs. Penwell is | past j department president of the| Indiana Ladies of tie G.. A. R. and alsoj past state organizer, j .; ' .! I ! r Missionary Meeting. i Teacher | Surprised, Ben Good of Hbbbd, principal of. the: Hobbs school, Was given very liappy surprise Wednesday by the punils of the pfrimary department |pf .the s3hpol and taught; by Miss Dorotl The surprise, was in Hapkett. celebration of Mr;! Good's 72nd birthday anniversary. ] Near the' noon hour. Miss |ia<(c ett and her pupils formed in li The regular meeting of the W. of members and visitors Wednes-' xi. C. will be held ati the G. A R. : H ~ " j hall in the court house, Friday NEARLY KILLED BT GASJ afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Every —DRUGGIST SAVES HERJ m ember i s requested to be pres- "Gas on my stomach was so bad I ellt - • j !• it nearly, killed me. My druggist '. i '. itold me about Adlerika. The gas Meijy Hustlers. is "gone now and'.l feel fine." —; j j Mrs. A. Adamek. j i „ L T - „ ! . , ... Simple glycerin,-buckthorn, sa- TU ? MerryHustlers class of the, line, etc., .as mixed in Adlerika,! First Baptist^ Sunday school will helps GAS in stoma; :i. in ten'mtn-.j kold j their j class j party Friday utes! Most remedies act on low-: night'at thehome of Mr. arid Mrsl er bowel only, but Adlerika acts' R 0 ] e y Smith, 402 East Jefferson on BOTH upper and lower-bowel,: street ,. 30 ^kock. Every removing poisonous waste you - , . i- j \ IL : : • . I never knew was, there. Relieves i "'ember is urged toj be present, j constipation m t w 0 ; hours. It will, ^ Frank Bunch is spending Burpriae you . Blue Front Drug , . u,. • ,*V . ° - - - '-nuple of days {with friends at The Woman's Missionary* society of the West Street Christian church held their April meeting Wednesday afternoon . with Mrs. C. S. Mink on North West street; with an unusually fine attendance of members. After praying the Lord's Prayer and.a song by the members, Mrs. S. L. Havens, president of the society had charge of the business session. She appointed Mrs. O. A.- Beerbower, Mrs. Ebert Allison and Mrs. W.W.. Mount las a nominating committee for new officers' who will report at the next meeting! i Mrs. Charles C, Bryan, ' had charge of ' the devotional service taking her Bible reference from Hebrews 12-2. Mrs. Lawrence Myerly also had part in this service singing "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth" aud Mrs. Winona Nash and Mrs. Beerbower with prayers. Mr*. Harry Roekv^ll was leader of the program features and had the presentation of the lesson study. This {was ' a splendid review of accomplishment of aims and goals in Mexico, Philippine Islands, Africa aud India by ! Mrs. Paul Lyons. The. program also included a duet by.Mrs. Myerly and. . Mrs. Dora Lindsay* with. - Miss , Alta Mount at the piano and a_reading by Mrs. T. H. Mount, "The Lost Sheep." Mrs. Clarence Law ihad charge of the ' Hidden Answers and was assisted by Mrs. L. O. Hersliman, Mrs. F. E. Tarr, Mrs. Guy Newkirk, Mrs. H. F.' Turnbell, Mrs. Luidsay and Mrs.- S. A. Culver. The meeting closed with the Missionary benediction and a social hour followed. The Pre-Easter prayer services were announced; for. Wednesday afternoon, April 16th. at 2:30 o'clock, Friday evening and Sunrise prayer meeting on Sunday, morning at 6:30 o'clock, to which all are invited. and marched into) and principal's room and t Mr. Good's desk, whev pil left some small gi of remembrance.. Chief j gifts was: a- large birthday I cakej which'!Miss' Hackett presented;! him. After the childrei songs, I the j school wai dismis|fed for the noon hour ant! tjhe jbix,t|h- day cake served af ths• dinnerJ Mr. iGood isithe'olcest tea-cMer in Tipton couHtyi and the blddst in point pfj teaching; in the |county. ' Guests Ilert Mrs'- M. P. Derinisoii apolis; visited Wednejsday j' \yjth jarpund the lie l! a}'<»|^ s each ijj t or 'tofi among the to sang some + of India Mrs. W. Hi Jesse of (Rap-, atltjhe homeijof Mr. and Mrs schuhjl parents of Mrs. ning |liniier guests at acluihjj honie were Mi Carl' Schlegal of Miss kvis. !ciark!;of L;.fouutaSn Mrs. Jessej and ilittl; daughter have been jvisiting at- htjr parepts home^during the! wee';. I Otto Trttt- Jesse. EVe- the jTrijtt- jand Mp- s4merset lind A Tipton Visilo^- Mrs. Mollie -Hobbs who has just returned Wales 1 , Florida, >yhern spent !| the | Winterj ;with Mrs. Angie Leisure, w visitor Wednesday gr old "friends!. ] \ In Atlanta by B. R. Qver- ! a coup ' Indianapolis. HAROLD LLotD ' • . \ - i • • • 1 |:|:>''. In !Hln! Firift Talkinfi; IjictMrc t- ' 'WELOOMK DAliOCR'' Also 'tJs^psbsjiui pil. Mpylc «Urs" in 4 Mooselicart - Legion. The Women of Moosehcart Legion enjoyed.a fine attendance of members, at^ their regular meeting Wednesday night at the Moose hall. Following the lodge session there were social features 'and two contests were enjoyed, , the winners being Mrs. William Ja- quaand Mrs. T. T. Byroads. i: The hostesses for the ercnlng were Mrs. *lke Thompson; Mrs. Bjirry Wc4>drnf and Mr^Tred Nelson, At'the .elbtM of'tbe «reBini tti«jt •tmd pie and coffee. ^ <' r Xm WftasaoW nlaht. will lie tbe i^tor >:ia«bf« siwrtr^at: thr k»ll «^jitM ^«nie« artksj lk± We sell new typewriters. Tribune Preajs of Hplibs, flroin l!!|ke she jftad her j sister, as a jTiplon fee(ing inany and used FREE I m Marathon ! Hats Spring bats that are pleasingly different from the rank and file in men's besmear. Style* are smart—quality and workmanship Jis above the average. A varied selection at this price- | :; | Pure Silk Socks Our No; 701 hose is an outstanding; hosiery value both . for Easter and any other 'time in the year. Our special "Tu- Toe" sjives added ; strength where it is most needed. Buying AAy Eqster Outfit at the J. C. Penney Company WHERE SMART CLOTHES ARE INEXPENSIVE Men's and Young Men's J.C uits The new .j . . the smart . . . that's what you will find in our new Spring selection. | Fabrics are varied, tai-, loring is of' the Irind for which all J. C. Penney jCo. clothing is noted. The man who wants something better than he has ever been able; to get in a suit at this price, should come to the store that's got it. Smart New Oxfords $3.98 Several styles in either tan or black—Just right for .Spring. Sturdy soles and heels and' what, is - very importsnt ritrrmrly good lookup. Broadcloth Shirts $1.98 Thfc price group consists of shirts tnkt represent distinrt values'sad savmga. are varied and rials are the at the price. Spring Neckwear ! 98c Onr Spring dadea the in fabtfcs Soma new wondenvfoff yow fit. 116-118 South Main Street, Tipton. Miss Donna M, !Furiicy||to Be !! . . ricd to l>onalil t*J Teal. Mar Miudeu and Ganliieryille ; jShakeu ~ —No Damage Reported. I The announcement cif theimar- ijiage of Miss ;Donna JMarie j Furney, daughter bf the late Dr. \V. i|. Furney, oE ^harpsyille, tolDon- Eild C. Teal, ;Ol Richmond, | Va., Which will take place at the-(|hrist Episcopal church on ]the Circle in tndianapolis'in! August, c'omes'as I surprise to ] many. | i i it The announcement wasJinade at a meeting of the Phi iota Xi sorority at thofWashingtoni Inn 111 Hartford' City Mojitlay levoning of this week, and it is jiinderstood that the honeymoon will be a trip to Bermuda, after which they will return to Richmond. Va., to make their home. Mr. Teal being a civil engineer stationed at; that; place. I The bride-to-be is one .ot Tip-i ton county's highly respected and charming yoilrjc women. She is a graduate of 1 the S^arpsrillo high school and of Indiana | university, and u) a former i teacher i in' A tho S'.iarpsvillc schools-. For it lie -past three years Miss Furney has been supervisor of lEngllsh in tho {Hartford City high! schools.] Mrs.! Keu- neth Trimble, of the Windfall community, is a sister of the! coming bride.iand. 1 Deputy IAuditor p. L Hoffman Is kn ancle. Ii Donald C Tealiis a tonof Mrs. Mary Teal 1 , of [Arcadia, ana| is a yonng BUba wortbyl of the ebanatsa; Reno, • Nev., April 10.—An earthquake shook Min'deh . .a,n'd Gardnerville in Carson -valley fifty miles from here-at l: :'clock yesterday afternoon. '. No! damage was -reported. The. shock' was felt slightly in -Reno. Getting Moiix Wi -ll.i wApTED—Egfffi at 50 Cents a Dozen! That's Why We HaveS Opened a \ : HATCHERY More Winter Eggs! Means Better Business for All of Us. QUALITY CHICKS PRODUCE WINTER EGGS Are Yon Buying; Liars or Layers ? .Gome inland See Chicks Hatched by the Latest Methods. CHICKS — CHICKS — CHICKS -All Breeds, Ready for Delivery.. FEAR-CAMPBELL CO. HATCHERY FRANKFORT, INDIANA. I OltDKK CHH'K.S AfT TIPTO\, KKMPTOX, HH.\KI>SVIM>K i Wednesdayi the : county, nurse accompanncd Mrs. I health • I Grace Hunt Broom J to -the Riley i clime, where an examination was made of her kneel from which la cast was recently I removed .VThei exajn- ination revealed tlwt the'limb is - i . • i • • i . ... doing nicely, and she was told that unless I complications j arose, she could use it freely* : It is Someone's BirtMiy Today j We have jus add ..'•.S'»-i"'.S , .'.' : .; l!' ; n; : '-\ r-l*.;'''jVH' I ; ed several num bert to our, al Suffer with achei? hee4 and can? pitation of Misery in lower Mwoan tha blades, or ia_. back of baad? bago? Ctas ach?Eheainatie An jm jtsM.i _

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free