The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 17, 1930 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

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4 „ ^Standard 1 ^SixcFlowerSeed Packets per packet, 1i mm Flowers bverywhere...next to tke hedge, under the windows, in flower boxes, in beds, In yard corners, along the back fence. Inexpensive, easy to grow, colorful, fragrant. There are, no better seeds offered than those obtainable in Northrup, King & Co.'s Seed Box at your dealers. Make Selection Now. eds Soc i e t y Auxiliary Meeting Tipton Musicalc. The Tipton Musicale announced to meet Monday evening April 21sl with Miss Bertha Lutz -on North Conde street, has ueeri postponed and will meet instead a week from that date on Monday, April 2Sth with Miss Lutz. Members will please :take notice. Royal Neighbor Club. x " The Tip|on chapter of the ladies i Auxiliary of the B. of R.T. were especially happy Monday evening in having a-very large number, of visiting Auxiliary members at an initiatory meeting held at the _'Moose halL During the afternoon there was an informa.1 reception for the visiting members. Forty-five members were present from two Indianapolis Auxiliaries golden Rule and No. 297. There were 11- members present from Lima, Ohio, representing twi> lodges, Nps. 112 and 559. the lodge also had the honor of having „. , -withe Grand President, Mrs. Clara The Royal Neighbor Club will I ,ij • • I W. Bradely of Columbus, Ohio, | Mrs. Virginia Haddon of Indiana| polis, member of the Gra.nd Ex| ecutive board for Indiana and Ed j Carpenter of Indianapolis Coun- I selor of Golden Rule lodge, j A banquet «was served in the i Moose dining hall at 6:30 o'clock and this was enjoyed by 75 members and guests.: During the afternoon and also, through the banquet there was. an especially pleasing program 1 of musical numbers given by a trio composed be entertained Friday evening at •7:30 "o'clock at the home of Mrs. Leroy Plake corner of North Conde and West North Streets. . Every member is urged to be present. Use Tribune classified ads. 2 Glasses Water, Not Too Cold, Help, Constipation One glass water is not enough —take two glasses a : half hour before breakfast. You get quicker; of Mrs! Victor Camren piano, Mrs - and better results :b'y adding a lit- j FrSnk Bunch, saxophone and Bob tie simple glycerin, saline, Morris violin (known as Adlerika) to one glass,; , „ Unlike other remedies, Adlerika | Following the banquet, the acts on BOTH upper i and lower j regular meeting of the lodge con- bowel and removes old poisons you vened at 7:30, with president never thought were in your sys-j Mrs Marie Alspaugh presiding. Adlerika • stops GAS and team Golden nvnstnh in lfl minilt.PS! .Re- 1 ! ° of Indianapolis under the direct- tem. sour .stomach in 10 minutes! Re- • lieveB constipation in two hours. Blue Front Drug Store. ion of their president,, Mrs. Mary RITZ COLLEEN MOORE in « FOOTLIGHTS TOmlslit l AND POOLS" iSJJS&c! 1 Singing, Talking, Dancing Abo Talking Comedy and Picture Vaudeville Act FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Olive Borden andlforgan • The story of modem youth in mad Manhat- 3"rigrqtwds — the, SHH TiPTON DAILY TRIBUNE- Y 4 I at the J. C Penney Co. Store Paris inspired these now Spring Frocks These are the dress fashipns that French designers ... .. adapted for your needs at only $14.75. Every detail is included . . . lingerie touches . . . the line . . . .longer skirt effects. New Hats $3.98 | Straws have come back . . these are the new light weight. fabrics that can be tucked and turned as becomingly as -felt. II-. !) introduced important hip- fitted : Rayon Lingerie ! 98c Silk Hose 98c • I • An outstanding value that clever shoppers will be quick to recognize. Tops and soles are of mercerized lisle. I Spring Footwear $3.98 $3JS6 is a small price to pay for such an important part of your outfit . . . and what a delight to choose from many new styles. They're _so_ practical, so cool . . . and so . —these chemise, ties and step-ins. so dainty, inexpensive pan- bloomers, Fabric Gloves 98c kept' fresh : Because they can be j . and! smart looking, wear fabric gloves in novelty cuff or slipon style. ' New Handb. -$2.98 Envelope or pouch si some are trimmed trasting color and a clasp. ;hape .... a con- modernistic ; ^- I • - Easter Dresses For Girls \ $4.98 The younger miss is as style-conscious these days as her older sisters . her Easter dresses have been cboaen with!the same care as our Paris reproductions. !i. • " I i: ' I I • 'I 1 ,"II - ' For smart men . j . . we offer Suits .75 Some men like conservative styles—young fellows -want theirs brisk and smart—we have the right suit for every man ... smart in appearance, perfect in fit, rich in quality. You'll be more than pleased with the selection you make here. Marathon Hats ' $3,98 You must .have a new hat to go With your new suit—Marathon is the hat to buy. Styles and colors in the spirit of Spring. Fancy Socks T' 49c .;};. Buy ( socks to- match your. suit and harmonise with your other accessories.' [These are of silk' and rayon. I " j Smart Oxfords $3.98 I Tan'or black—which is your choke?. We have them both— .in a styM to' su&yourj taste and [a quality that you will like. Broadcloth Shirts $1.98 Fancy shirts are the vogue for Spring—but if yon prefer them, there are solid colors and white. The- quality is above par. Spring Neckties 98c A good looking necktie ox more for your Easter outfit than any accessory you buy. These 'are in the colors of Spring. do Cowhide Belts 49c Belts of full grain cowhide in plain and two-tone effects. Excepionally well made and sturdy. JGirV Spring Nats. • $1-98 j. • Soft 'straws . j . . silk and straw combinations in several styles. 1 Ij. -i! •• Fancy Hose Rayon plaited [hose that cone jut . below : the : knee and have a self cuff. WrhS2 Pairs of Pants Coat and vest with two pairs j of longiesj knickers or one longie and one golf kakkcr. include cassimeres and twists- in- Spring shades. Boys'Caps 98c Caps built to bard : usage give them. stand the that bays | Boys' Neckties •I'!"- 25c We know what j boys like in neckwear! and we have it! right here for them. golf Fabrics V Minjton of Indianapolis, ,gave the! initiatory degrees to 4 candidates, Mrs! Mildred McCreary, Mrs. Helen Robertson, Miss Thelma Norris and Mrs. Hallie Coleman. Following the 1 initiation ' there were talks from the new members and also from the visiting members. -Mrs. Bradley, Grand President, brought a splendid message extolling the merits of the order, Mrs. Haddon, Mrs. Minton, Mr. Carpenter and others also gave! talks: During the evening beautiful baskets of flowers were presented to Mrs. Bradley, Mrs) Haddon, Mrs. Minton land to the' candidates Initiated. Mrs. John Darby of Tipton a member of Cedar; Point Auxiliary at Sandusky, Ohio was a guest for the .evening;; - AT 8T; JOHNTS. 116-118 South! Main Street, T^ipton. Good Friday Services at Cathplip Church Are Announced. . Religious services Good Friday; "Mi* ***** fm at St. John's Catholic church are announced by the pastor, j Rev.; Father F. J. Bilstein. I ! i 111 • . I l.: : i I 8!t";00 ia. m. ;i i I' v !.• Prostration before the altar, t Prophesies.' n ; j r- \ . Passion according to St. John Solemn prayers for] all classes of the human race, ir ; The unveiling tot th^e cross. | The veneration of the cross, i , Procession {with the I Sacred Host. :• f.-. •• - j . Communion;]. Denudation of the altar. 12:00 tO'3:0'o p. m Private adoration faring- the three .Hhonrs' I when 1 s Read Trtfuat wa«ttaii». . t JUL** AX ENJOYABLE •EVENT. Seventy in Persons Attended Pitch- Supper at City • n. Bhflalng.i The pitchin supper If or officials and employes of < then city and their families held at the city building Wednesday niglit was an enjoyable event and about seventy persons were present. i The long table containing, a weight of good things 4 .0 eat Was erected in J the fire; truck quarters and the supper was a self serve one, each perso 1 passing the long- table, letting] their conscience beltheir guide.l Some.(had little cons sience; and. I today r a re. feeling the effects of the' big teed. - During he evening!the- radio furnished music tand; the;big 1 j crowd enjoyed Itself - i'f_-1—-:--|:- • Funeral; ot f Mrs. Hodson. The funeral of Mrs. Anna Hodson, widow of the late Elder M. J. Hodson was held at the Chrlst- Ian church in Russiaville,' Thursday afternoon and a - number of persons trom this county.'attended the service. Rev. R.* B*. Givens of •U Arcadia was in followed in the tery, - .beside death occurred son .died at nephew, Elmer V J charge and burial Russlayille ceme- husband whose in 1909. Mrs. Hod{the home of her Hodson in Arcadia. the Oar Shelton permanent satis- fiea. Polly Prim Shoppe. 1 Phone .5*8j. j c-169 Pantages Plea Denied, Los Angeles. Cal.. April t?«— Alexander Pantages' third patl- tibn for release from the cqsnty jatl because of an asserted serffrna heart ailment, was denied by.;S»- pertor Judge Charles Frlcke:••<•«- terday. a »M »..#• . If 1 * • I I' raxno oums ro> In Lots of AniQuinUty From 2G Up—PUoe Tow Order With Us Mow. B&mA ^]»ipn ijrauM ^Tw ^f ett htm. win wkto ^WrpjiM $1

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