The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 15, 1930 · Page 2
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Y/. MOB TWO THE. TIPTON DAjtii TRIBUNES smoking THE INCOMPARABLE BLEND of Camel Cigarettes is probably the most important discovery in the history of smoking. It made cigarette ^smoking pjopular, Camel changed the smoking habits of the nation and has given pleasure to more millions of people than any other cigarette. j i • This exclusive blend assures in Camel a smoothness, a mildness and a mellow fragrance that cannot be imitated. It preserves all jthe excellent qualities of the choice tobaccos of which Camels are made and melds them all together into ja delightful harmony of smoke pleasure. It sets Camel apart as a cigarette of distinctive character and provides for Camel smokers the very highest form of smoking luxury. for pleasureJ , * detain Ills'/ was engaged In slight skirmish with Confederate forces t'nat he received - his qa\ He wis shot in the scar all hie life! » passing tter of much regret! W k»awii kindl-r ways and gentle and I is presence in the Ity |where" he jjhad ; 'lived], years will be sorely missed ] Fju feral 'arrangements been completed at this t5 •; • I r •• I • I: Ml- : BUSINESS WOMEN'S;CLUB. Vow pfficera Take Committees Are Mrs. took! wound, the face {and car- of this veteran is o all, ai and lovqa! for hii manners, jcpmmuii- s'o .many have not ^Iwrge and Announced. At the regular meeting of the Tipbn Business and Irofessian- aj"^ Somen's Club, Monday night Mrs. Florence Bert the retiring presi lent, had charge; : jof meeting, closing her yeir's work some exceptionally fine refrain her committees, :i a spier did financial report given by |l e treasurer, Mrs'. I • j H. Redding and an equally fine resume ojf it e y«*r by Moll' Dalton. I Tl e emblem the secretary. Miss A committee .' with Ardella Stewart "as! chairman occasion j to spring a few surprises as a part pork This was the ing kin 'sj dent oj jtheir representation of the emblem to three members. Mrs. Li. G. Seright pre tented the emblem to Mrs: Bert, the retirpresident: VMiss • CJl'ia Eniie- pregented MrsJ Stella Sor-; roll, the incoming president, with an ] emblem _ as a pledg$ support. MrsJ Stewart •cley ;r original poem Mrs Lulu Hardy, a!' born neaf .Arcadia.. Louise' Murray 'was born November'9,.1863, the daughter of Henry and Magdelena (Walts) .Essig, and was near Arcadia. Neither, one has HvedJ. farther than five ..miles away from [Arcadia. . Eight chil-j dren-wer^ born to this union; fi.va are living. They are: Cleveland; Oryille. of' Mrs. Ed Bryant, Mrs. of whom! John, of| Kokomo; and Mrs. Olive Ovbrdorf, of- near Arcadia, Grover Wiseman, of At-| lanta. They have fourteen grand-! children and two great-grandclih-' dren. Mrs.! Murray has four sis-: ters, Mrsj. Dave Berg, of Muncie;] Mrs. Dora Landis, Mrs. Kina Car- Mrs. Clara Hartzler, of two brothers, •' Mali ton I - • - ; Indianapolis, and.Frank! Atlanta. Mr. Murray has; rick and Arcadia; Essig, of Essig of one siste! Center. Both arej in good health and still do their own work about the' farm Goldsmith Mrs. Kate Pierce, pf : ENTERTAINED SENIORS. Students Gucsts^>f Sli-i and [sirs. Guy Nash. of the then'in | a Ipresented bast presi- pf the club with alu: emblem. i • Mrs. Bert turned the to her successor, voicim •ill j • ii support for tjie year unanimous support lot dor. i sie; Sorrell ! named t committees: Fina e Finley, Mrs. Ray Florence BertJlW Mejtjtlen, Mrs: Lnra -Se El in a Manlove, Mrs! 0 Miss Anna Burke. gavel over |gl her OJWII and the the club. We -folhW- lijce, Mrs. Dearth, r£. Bessie ight, Mrs. harles Tu- Mrs. Bes- Byersdorfer, Miss Allkhyra Cox Miss Eleanor Mis. Minnie Edwards Miss Rhuie Caster and Clark, j! Mrs. Cora jter, Mrs. Ardella Stewart and' i charity, Miss Mary Dalton; civic. Miss Hazel Swift, Miss Jessie Groves, j Charles Martz; ~ educa; Bertha Compton, Waugli, Miss Jessie Gjroves; em- ble Burke flblver Mrs. .Stewart,' and Mrs. Mrs. Bessie nd Mrs. ional, Mrs. Miss' Belle Anna Case; Byersdorter, -'Miss Leslie Miss Lucy Elliott, iMfejs Waugli; publicity. Miss Lydia j| Trimble; scrap book, Mrs. Stewart; parliamentary -advisor, Mrs.| Lulu Harday; program, Mrs: Marie Tatman, Mrs. Martz, Miss Pearl Ask- re'n, Mrs. Lottie, Legg land Mrs. Margaret Fouch. Other committees will-be named later. .These committees will work with j the executive committee composed iot the officers.: | M | The club voiced the|r coopera- tipn with the civic committee i in tlie efforts to secure < the -change members of. the - "Senior the Goldsmith, higli| The class o£ school, we're most royally enter tained Sunday at the home of Mi\ and Mrst Guy Nash southwest-of Tipton on| ro.ad 31,. at a dinner party. This dinner with its bounj tiful supply of every good, eats-, will be remembered by the-memf bers as ' Jone of the -red,letter events that marked the closing qt their school life. |i Mr. and Mrs. Nash, . have daughter, JMiss Martha Nash .and a son Oliver Nash, who ..-ire members of the. 1930 'cla ^s '.and through them, the parents have kept in in the fpur years of "high school.-j The dinner was in appreciation of the^clos'e i co-operation of the class in jtheir student work and in their social activities. - All the! members were present except Miss Crystal Hoback who is confined to her home by serious illness and this was the only feature to | mar. the clay 's pleasures. The afternoon was spent in class at his home in Anderson at 7:00 o'clock Monday night. Death was due to dropsical complications from which he had been suffering forj several months. •Mr. Wykle who was 31 years of age was a former. . resident - of Kempto'n; residing.there with his fahiily for several years. He is •surjvived by the wife and five children. ' Mr. and Mrs. McCarthy went to An'jlerson cafrly Tuesday and will be Itliere 'untilfater the funeral. Slight Auto Accident. Sunday afternoon a Ford touring car driyen, by Sam Webb of thej Omega, community and a car driyen' by Harvey Essig- of El- wopd, collided at' the- intersection of two streets in Omega. The occupants of the two cars were badly" shaken -up but received no serious injuries .and the cars were only slightly damaged. Mr. and Essig and family and Mrs. we're on their way' to Arcadia to visit friends. Political The Tribune, til the election,! nouncenients payment! made in advance date 'will AnMou cements. from now un- of the primary carry political an- in this column; the same must be i For Judge. As a candidate for the Republican nomination for judge of the Tipton circuit court, I hereby respectfully! solicit your support. ST A. CULVER. ForjCokinty Treasurer. I am a candidate for the .nomination of treasurer of Tipton county, subject to the Republican primary. May 6, 1930> I shall ap- assistance given me in my campaagn. BARTHOLOMEW. Mrfe. • i; Ida Batton Home From Hospital. Mrs. Von East and two-weeks- old -baby'-'daughter. Norma Cor- i-ine, were, brought to the home of the former's parents, "Mr. and Mrs. George Allen on Columbia Avenue',--Sunday, afternoon, from the .Coleman hospital at Indianapolis', where the baby was born. .. jBoth mother and baby stood the trip fine'aiid arc getting along nicely. Mr. iuul. llrs. Allen arid Mrt East were :tl the hospital and accompanied them home. preciate any[ my campa THOS. B For County Clerk. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the nomination for clerk of the Tipton circuit court, subject to the decision of the Democratic voters at the primary election to be held May 6, 1930. PARKER DUNHAM. I have announced as a Democratic candidate for the nomination for clerk of the Tipton circuit court, subject to the primary election Mat 6, 1930. Any support civen me will be sincerely appreciated, JOHN F. HEATH. I hereby trustee of ject to the crat voters! tlon to be 1930. j am a t !For Trustee, announce myself as a candidate tbr the nomination for Cicero township, sub- decision of the Demo- at the primary elec- held Tuesday May 6. RKC L. HASKETT. !lZ YEARS AGO socia .l DEATH OF FATHER. Father of M Kenipton Died at Anderson. Mrs. ieatur&3^-,f rs. .1. Ii. JliCmtliy of |Albert Kiriiey mid Roy Graham of Goldsmith escaped, with slight injuries when tlietr horse and biiKgy. was struck hy an auto driven by'Willia'm Stafford. Ilicli- oy received a broken-shoulder. | - . * * -"* { 'Mrs. • Mary Harlan S-l died ab tho .liome of her danghtcr. Mrs. .J. J."Mcintosh on.Ash street. jandidate for the Democratic nomination for triHt -e of Cicero towiship and will appreciate any a;id that is given me in my campaign and in the primary election, i JOHN C. BOZELL. Drake Beauty Parlor I Graduate J of l!«inbow Academy Coll 15 for A[>pointmcnt Second Floor, Masonic BIdg. Mrs.. Harry Pfeslcr received ai: tetter .fro in her son, Noel, stabJnKJ£|s M.&N. SHOE STORE Nothing Over $4 .98 COURTESY OUR MOTTO he 1'UH V landed safely and. was feeling fine. oversews I Ji- B. McCarthy 6f Kenui- .1! ton recpiyed word of the Charles! Monday night dpath of her , ..father, Wykle which--took place inl the ladies rest roam at i the courthouse and will ithen see I to refurnishing and beautifying the same. The_ch»b will also cooperate with the same i committee j in beautifying the city, JThe usual' club dinner was I served before the meeting of the I club and was a feature enjoyed 1 by| all, Oim> t-l I. R*ra *M> Totac« W MH —^ITITI. NJ f M. W. PERSHING. forgotten her mother language and knew none other -than th»t of the Indian.squaw. Her I: - (Continued From Page 1.) way. It carries the mind back to when the red man was monarch of the Missisinewa valloy. It is a . . . .vklley written in song, verse, and| tne fyomlne massacre inlPenn name! was Ma-con-a-quah," \ and. she was the wife of an Indian ! chief 1 She was stolen soon.after sylvania, and her -brothers did hot; find her until she wai3 65 : years bid. | Sh^ refused to leave her husband and children and she died j'in 1847.' The following inscription, is engraved on the: four poetry. It gets -its historic value from the kidnapping of a two- year-old child in Pennsylvania by the Delaware Indians and taken west-of the Alleghney Mountains. > The child was so beautiful aild 'so attractive that it was sold to the Miami Indiana, who adopt-, . id tt«-a niemW; of their trlhi j sceni i' waB M - and for most of her life she lived I^lnarana. Her brothers and. sis-; tcr;(i«wVto manhood and woman- ^ojli;«^ kno|»lng that they had ^.i^^MBT^tluU had been stolen by. ^^w^Miau ^tn«y «pent largo sums sidesi of the- monument: .Francis Slocum—A child of English • de-|^aptivit» (see Psalms LX|XB) - in Warrick, Rhode Island, March 1773, was carried into. captivity Irom hir father's -house - at Wilk^barre, the Miami Indian Village, her two brothers and a sister wlsited this place and Identified her. She lived near here about 32 years ago with -t-M. Indian named Ma-' con-a-quah," she died on - this ridge, March 9, 1847,- and -was given a christian burial. . the following is on the south side:/ . . ; "Francis .-Slocum became a. stVanger to her mother'tongue, she became a stranger to .her mother's- children, through , her lekving no Children.! "O-cah-sbin qiiah or Jane, wife! of Rev. !Pe- letj Bundy, died Jan. age' 62 'years, leaving and nine children.: 26, 1874J a husband Respectfully; M. W. PERSHING. VETERAN. , .Thfs monument was erected - by the; tsiocums anu f otfian v who deemed •It * .ple«^r*?t«H«ontr1IA ate, and^was anveiiea' by them with public ceremonlee* -May 17, ItM. ^ - S ' Pennsylvania.-'Nbv,, 2, ntyi- by Dele Ware Indians soon »f»rwr.the Wyoming Ma*«cre. ItolUnj^ ;t|ie 0 Ut di?'**. the, fol- gave.a persitteBt • M nh,ljat^td ^ol^^^lp^^V^^iaA not IndtJier uhWi 8ei*»W*fr»«> W£M^Xg2^Z%3&^iZEl!& j!i (Contlna^d Front town of Kempton^a fll^d with credit; He'was a position! he lobg -member 'of i th|e . Frldnda church and a' man who llredthis lifei according t« the teacblnf, of {Onrtiie; hi* three jakfr service fa prfTate^intoe war fltn m Mr- and Mrs. Dan Murray, of Arcadia CelebrateJEvent. | I . GOLDEN WEDDING. "K0NJ0LA ONLY MEDICINE THAT DID ANY GOOD New Medicine Makes Good | in Stubborn Case — All); i Others Failed I Relief: Mr. and Mrs. Dan j Murray celebrated: their golden -wedding an- ni rersary at their home - eaBti of' Arcadia. Sunday with! 'a bountiful Vl^eh-ia dinner at tho noon hour. hty-Beven-relative: and friends; reklstered during til), day. Mr. add Mrs. Murray wer 1 1 married on April 14, 1880,- but 'tl ey had their dtpherloniSunday. i| .\>: i,.\n e: afternoon no: I old buggy ^ found and ahon e hitched to li -j0kii^iAny-p I^rrayljiwas 'Evened np ,( 'they: w) re taken, for i\ rMe.j; On their rei urn pictures 't\ Tberewere nany :< allera in^i-tihe ^ernoon and ice br. ito'and! cake \M4 WIM fdu; ..garnished few llenumstrntors against the i - .t'icero. Creek improvement won jthe. first round when Judge Ilur- jness sustained a motion to set iaside'the report <in account of ineligibility of. the engineers and viewers. .'...-•» t *' • Top for luigs . was 51S.30; wheat was S2.05: corn - Sl -10; oats S2c; butter 3Sc, and eggs Sic. - ' ' - .»'•*• ». • 'Thomas Hefner <>f Windfall had the -contract and had started work'nu a new eight room home °li for Fred Lptt southeast of Windfall: • : -' Insurance of All Kinds Life — Auto — Accident Protection for Whatever Your Personal or Business Needs Slay Be. LEE F. GRU'FTH INSURANCE AGENCY ! Piinno 57. MB! JAMES F. WHITE,. Koijola is the only. medicine that, ever did mo any good,' said Mr. James F. While, route No, 5, Greonsbure. "I was troubled fcjr years wjth ailments of my stonl- nchj kidneye and bowels.- I bloat ed frigjhtfully after meals and thje pairj fijotn accumulated gas often nearly"Ibjent mo double. -. Frequent blaflder) actiona an'd back pains from Weakened kidneys were add ed misery. I was. always. consti- p^ted-tbud ! was . an almost - da-.jy. user of'jcathartlcs. >• ; . ,- -i f I;, ?frihW4"U8ed but-a Tew bottios [of r Kori]pla•, before I rc^liseil that 1 - had" aVhjBt found' a real medl; 'dno: [As -1, continued.' tho. treatment! my ills', gradually' pawnd iawaj{fc •Aiiv am nop in excellent healthij |jMy-> atomacb .nolonger Fresh Bulk Garden Seeds Compton & Son W. A.! Pumphrey, D. C. ClUKOFRACTOB . • i Office jOver Foster Jewelry Store. Phone StM. .Tipton, Ind. LOANS 325 to IBOO—Your Own Scrur ity—Quick and Confidential Peoples Loan & Credit Co. Rm. 4, Masonic UUSg., N. Main. See- YOUNG & MASON Suits and Fiirnishinjfs 6 East Jefferson St. •3?**»TT7 ,T ?-~~:r ? ir- ^W 1 II is Someone's Birthday Today i We have jus add! ed: several num- ! bers to our al- i : ready largo aelec-. ! . tion ofijpreeting • cards. RADIO SERVICE We Co Anywhere ! Aerial Work-~Full Line Abcwworles McJunkin Radio Shop "! Phone 30X7. We Tnide .Hr Yo»r OM LINEBACJKS West Jefferson 8t I ^* t i

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