The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 19, 1930 · Page 2
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Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, April 19, 1930
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K!: / -. MOB TWO I < SEALED IN STEEL TROUBLE PROOF that even drowned in water it still rum M, D UST, dirt, moisture, rust— that lead to breakdowns and repair bills— are powerless to halt the flawless operation of General Electric mechanism. GENERAL fP ELECTRIC AMi-STEBt KEPItlCEBATWH Join us in (he Central Electric Hour, broadcaMt erery Saturday mnin C at 9 o'clock. Eastern * 'Standard Time, tivri a nnfion-tcide .V. B. C. network. ' COMPTON & SON Tipton, Ind. l'KAIlMK. ( i Lucile Jacobs who broke her .I limb at Prairie school la^t week . Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mott visited is improving. had the misfortune to fall and break Tier arm is improving. Mrs. Ernest Moulder and Mrs. EditR Moulder were Kempton. visitors Tuesday afternoon. : Mrs. Alice Cline who is suffering from appendicitis is improved. i Mr. and. Mrs. Lewis New were Kokomo visitors Wednesday afternoon. Word has been received of the arrival of a baby girl "at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Haskell of Sweetser, formerly of Prairie township. This makes the third child'in the home, the other two are boys. Mjsses Beatrice LaGarde, Le- riora. DeFord near Forest, Mary Allen of Ft. Wayne and Virginia Minimin of Rising Sun, who are attending Ball Teacher's college at Muncie attended a commencement at Forest Tuesday night and returned to Muncie Wednes day morning. The freshman class, held a party at the home of Marguerite,. Suit Wednesday evening. There were about twenty-five present and enjoyed games and mi Sandwiches and punch were served. The agriculture judging class and their teacher Frank Penning ton were at Gary Smith's home Monday to judge Polled Angus cattle." Last week they were at Ernest Moulder's and judged shorthorn cattle. Two Weeks ago they were at Otha Wyrick's"and judged Clydesdale horses and next week they go to Win. Rayls* to judge! Oxford sheep. ARCADIA. the laiter's mother, Mrs. Emma jul Mrs. Thomas Boden- Christy Tuesday at the Good Sa-fl trom and son ot~~SUarion spent mariiaii hospital at Kokomo and.j^««daj- with Mr. and^Irs. John found; her not so well, ' • '. Stewart. ^< ' Mr.' and Mrs. Arthur LaGarde! Mr. and Mrs. Vern and son of Frankfort were Mon-»»<' baby of Kokomo spent Sunday evening guests of his mother; day evening with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Sina LaGarde and daughterLoren Maggart. Cora. i j Mrs. Emery Yeaby and baby of Mr. and Mrs.; John West of j Kokomo' visited the past week RussiaVille, Mrs. Rebecca Carter j with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. of Sharpsville were Sunday din-| Pr * nk Moulder. 1 lier guests of Delta Glenn and j -.Mr,, and'Mrs. Richard .Harlow, family and all visited the exhibit j Mrs - Eliza Hughey, Mrs.. Ethel at Prairie Siinday afternoon, \ I Ehman and Miss Helene Butts at- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ludwig near Windfall-.were guests "Sunday of Elmer Ludwig. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ramseyer, Mrs. Flora Rayl, Lilly Ravi, Abbie and Simon Ramseyer spent tended the funeral of their cousin Orpha Griffith at Greenwood Tuesday. Mrs. Hughy and' Mrs. Ehman remained until Wednes- dayT T. C. Adains of near Sharps- Sunday with Ote Quakenbush, and |-ville spent Sunday and Sunday family in honor of their daugh- night with Loren Maggart and • ter .Maxine's 12th birthday and I was a Monday dinner guest of :ilso her grandfather Edgar Ram- I s ' 1 ''- and Mrs. Harry Plake. - seyer's birthday. ' | Mrs. Frank Pennington and George Collier and family, Mr. | son were vaccinated for. smallpox ;md Mrs. Morris Collier were [and have, been sick the past few Miss Jean Myers a nurse at the Methodist Hospital at Indianapo lis visited Monday afternoon with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Jacobs. Mrs. 'Ella Hutchinson of Chi- Rlaggarfj -caEO has written and asked Mrs. Sarah Turner, Mrs. Mary, Mrs. Vessa Myers, Mrs. Chet Hall, Mrs. Glen Drumm, Mrs. Martha Duncan, Mrs.-Valeria Underwood, Mrs. James Sandens, r Mrs. Raymond Shatter, Mrs. Bert Bryant and Mrs. Dollie Hurlock Herdrich to spend the day with her at her home in Chicago and no doubt but what these favored ladies would have an unusually good time. They have not,decided when they will make the trip. Mr. and Mrs. John King and sons of Fort Wayne spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and yrs. Dave ; Bradburn. Mr.. Bradburn who has been quite ill for sev- j eral days with stomach and bowel trouble in sli|:htly better. Mrs: Maude. Miller and Mrs. Ethel Revis of Indianapolis were guests Sunday of Anderson Collier and family. . Mr. and. Mrs. Ora Rayl and son were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alger Rayl of Ridgeway. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd' Hughes and sons and Stewart Hughes of Kokomo called on Loren' Maggart. days. Miss Doris Stroup, Harvey Gross, and Darrell Stoops were Sunday dinner guests of Miss Athalea Luthy in honor of her 19th birthday. • ! Mr. and Mrs. John Stroup and family of West -Middleton, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Spaulding called' Miss Mildred Miller spent week] on Mr. and Mrs. Rod White Sun- end with her parents, Mr. and i day afternoon. Mrs. Ben Miller near Tipton. Mrs. Mollie Orr and daughter Lilly ! were Tipton visitors Sunday.! » Reductions in LAWN MOWERS COMPTON & SON . The Sunshine girls of "Prairie had a party Wednesday evening from 4 to C in honor of the ones holding offices the past year'and also the Senior girls. A pitchin supper was enjoyed and a report given by the girls that attended the iSunshine Convention at Tipton. The remainder of the evening was spent telling afternoon stories and jokes. Mrs.- Lavina Duckworth, : who week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geor!ge i Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Gilpin of Eagletown, Mr. ^and Mrs. Basil Gilpin, 'daughters .Lucille and Eloise and son Kenneth of Westfield,. Misses Velma Baker and Adeline Robert, Fred Kl)iwell and Frank Hogart of Indianapo* lis, Mr. and- Mrs. Harry Walls and family of Monon, diaries and Clarence Wall of , Koko 'mo, Willis Wall of Indianapolis and Mima Cook were Sunday dinner guests oflMr. and Mrs. H. C. Baker. Mr. and -Mrs Jesse Kiste' and family of Sheridan spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.' Emery Hall Mr.jland Mrs. Roy Taylor and daughter Maxine, Mrs. Anna -Taylor, of Providence, Mr. and "Mrs. Paul Roadruck and > daughter Jean of Tipton, Ethel Arnold of Kokomo, Mr. and Mrs. Will Johnson of Cicero," Mr. and Mrs. Fred Essig and Mr. and Mrs. Wes Roadruck of Atlanta, Mr. .and Mrs. Faulty Snyder, Miss Nan Ridge and Mr. and Mrs. Will' Ross of Salem, Mr. and Mrs.. Henry Gearhart of East Union, and John Pennock, of New Lancaster Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kinder of Kokomo were? those from a distance who attended the funeral of Mrs. Will Will which was held at the • Brethren church .Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Tom Addison had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.: Clifford Talbert of Morristown, Hiss Zona Bundy and Miss Irene Herktas • and y Hueh Addison of Carthage. Mrs. Pearl Ridge who has been, living, in the Dora Bois property for several years, moved Monday into the Harvey Jester property on West South street; recently J l*Hr*Mr. and Jtra. Heraa*' THB TIPTON DAILY i TRIBUNE Mr. and Mrs. Ray Griffith and Mr. and Mrs! Lloyd Smith ! were Indlanapolte visitors Sunday afternoon, 'j'. j i : '• • • "•• • .' Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Jacobs visited in Castel^bn Sunday with 1 her sister and husband, Mr: and Mrs. Guy Hamilton. j . Mr. and jMr*. ! Chas. Jackson and daughters' of Noblesvtllej were guests Sunday evening of Mr. and.Mrs, J. |M. Bowser. | Mr. and Mrs. John Day of Swayzee and Mrs: Ellen Wilson were guests Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. George Mosbaugh Miss Victoria MoBbaugh who has been bedfast" several weeks .with heart trouble is j getting along nicely-but must remain in bed for some time yet as she is very weak., Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Perry and son Lewis, of Calumet City, III., came Saturday for a brief visit with Mrs. Perry's sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sims. Sunday they enjoyed a joint celebration of their marriages, April 13th, four years ago, Mr. Perry wedded Miss Helen King of Los Angeles, Calif., and on April 14th Paul Sims and- Miss Frances King of Los Angeles, were married in Noblesville by Rlev. C. F. Line! The sisters j were very happy • to have this opportunity to celebrate together. Mr. and'Mrs. Perry but recently came from the west when "Mr. Perry [accepted a posij tion in Calumet City. ' j Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rollings and son Keck figured in an auto accij dent Sunday afternoon ' wjienj their car was .'struck by J another machine near Anderson. The Rollings' Essex coach was badly damaged and had to be left for repairs, but! no one was hurt in the mixup. Neither machine was 1 running fast is what saved them from serious injuries. The'acqH | "i . i [ dent occurred in a bend in tie road, the driver of the other a not seeing the Rollings car, h ;tj the rear wheel throwing it acroi sj the road and another car came along nad hit the front of the Rollings car. Mr. Rollings had his car insured. They, were, brought home by passing motorists. KEMPTON NOTES, A- miscellaneous for Mrs. Bernice «JS Ven , - . p-r , Rhode lbaugh and lusbandj Fri day evening at the home of her parent i, Mr. and Mrs, Oliver Holmes. A very erjoyabk evening was spent by nil. Tt'ey re ceived many useful :;ifts of which they appreciate very 500 club of Scirijileville .The met Thursday evening with Mrs Marie Blackburn.' The afternoon was spent in playing BOO. Quite a number of members The" hostess served freshments. I'lThejiRev. and Mrs. Sanders who have- been livin g- in Kempton since last fall having rooms with was Holmes much. were present', dainty re went to La- sanitarium return to Mrs. Belle Dunba.nij fayette i to help in a Rev. Sanders will Kemp ton each Saturday where he will still hold services for definite time. •Among those from a distance to attend the Merntt funeral at the Kempton M. E. churchj were Mr. and Mrs.' Elmer Tunis and Mr. and Mrs. George Booher of Elwood, Mrs. Minnie White of John Fry o" Charles Mer- lYa., Mr| ' and Hillish'urg, - Mrs. Gary, Mr. and Mrs.i ritt of Roanoke, Mrs. Albert Rayl and daughter Beulah of the southern part of the state, Mr: and Merrltt of Elwnod, John JMerritt of Mrs. jJames Mr. and Mrs Indianapolis Miss Pauline Merri|tt of Kokomo and Howard Keller! of Hillisburg. Miss Mary Cox daughter [of Mr and Mjrs. Ward Cox of Kempton who has been confined to her home fof three w^eks with cold Ss improving and is! able to be up and around and c ompli cations APPROPRIATION. ds. \\Ur:HmA Mn\ WtdtBoiton.^ (Continued From Page 1.) rear of the lots on East Jefferson street and property owners there are asking why some n ove has not been made to ren.ove the tracks. ; ': |- , i Mayor Griffith was givenj authority by the! council to enter into a contract with Herman Dellinger-for thu. extension Of the rural line south of -Tipton io the home of Mr. Dellinger, a distance, of about one-half mile. The contract is the! same as others" entered .into'by the city and rural residents. ! A report Was received but no action-taken on a bid of $351.20 for the old engines at . the light plant. The city^ recently advertised to sell this equipment and J. N. Russell, W.; A. Comptoh and S. L. Ulrich Were appointed appraisers. 'They placed a value of 20c per. pound on' the engines, which were estimated to be i- 1 • • worth only junk prices. A petition was received from a number of property owners for the city to use! money from "the gasoline tax to; oil Cleveland street from Main! to the East limits of the city and a portion - of Mill street. j j This matter was referred to the street, and alley! committee with instructions jto report at the next regular meeting night. ; .Bids submitted: by i various dealers for tire's _for the! police car and a tire ifor the fire truck were received but were not opened by the council, being turned over to the public property committee consisting of P. A. Utterback, Charles Fields and Guy Newkirk.' '. 1 ! ! ' in! the [house. | Harry Hinkie, living twoj miles northwest of Kempton,; is very seriously ill suffering withj pneu moniaJ A trained 4irso has been called to help care from liis bedside Saturday [morn ing was that he was slightly improved. | The I Loyal Wonan's. class o the Kempton Christian church mW Thursday at the church covered! dish dinner was' served ti the noon hour [ I • noon was spent in and the | after making comforts and a general, good time. Little Maxine 11 cDaniels, the 10 yea'r old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl McDahiels of Kempton is; slowly improving. Shej ' has been sick for almoi.t four veeks suffering with *r -inflamnatory rheumatism. She is able to sit up part of the time but is no^t able to walk! or stand op her feet. DUCHESS ON PROBATIpX Friends; Vouch Fpr KnglisIiJBcau- tjS Sentenced for Suicide Attempt ^London, April 1 or ihim. AVord fl.—The who was! the duch- usica 't two years.on Ice after recent MEMORIAL DAY. ' j -M- . i v _ • (Continued From Page 1) Only a few of the civil war veterans are alive ;*nd of these surviving probablyj one In'4be. county can do sure than attend services eommeaoraMiK their lenrlop, to - their country and honoring their comrade^! who have passd!* OB .>'-,'P > l ) it #.s'||(»} i ^Se^^lnlp ^Ptjp ess of the Leinster, former |May Etheridge comedy j star, was jouriti oyer to' the court today for ~'~ her own re-cognizan convicl ions on a charge ojf at tempting to commit suicide. Friends; came - forward and said' they would take her and not only look atter her but -nurse her back to health and strength. As May Etheridgfe was once the toast Piccadilly and Leicester sjiuare. She married the duke.of Leinster, Recentl^ they and a| few a 'it • i the duches; and pride c» Irish p 'eJBr, in 1913. became: {estranged weeks ago the duchess took room nearby Brixton, whore, was alleged, she turned ' on the gas and; tried to asphyxiate self. CONFERENCE Kretzmann of her- ; (Continued From Page Sermon iby.Rev. P. Michigan City. . Officers of the conference 1 are: Chairman, Rev. A. ,C." .Cook, of t • • M ' I 1 * • Gai y;: secretary. Professor] , W. Uffelmjin ofi South I Bend: j essay committee, Rev. Theo Schwan- of IReuf- land : Prof. T. Tipton.i chairman, Rev. E erj of Lpggntport- StnM pi Uporte. must pass from, their hands: some other JDrcoinposed Remains of James Michaels Found in Field. Pi UNFORTUNATE'S} BODY. thicket five Frankfort Ing a fence, ilately made to the The ib'adly decomposed [body of l mahj |later identified a!s Janies Michaels, ai| inmate of the Clinton county farm, was found in a miles northeast of I 'riday ; afternoon . by |two young men w i\o were repair- A report was irnme- sheriff of Clinton county and the officers accompanied by an undertaker,, vis* ited the| scene. The thicket was cn the ;G./E. Lewis farm.; It-was necessary to roll .the > body in a sheet on! account of its condiion: The body was fully identified as that of Michael by tlie feet, which had beeti frozen years a-go, aiul purt of each foot had been arapu,- jtated. I ! .!, '-•!'.:.' Michael disappeared from the [Clinton county poor' farm Feb. IS, and although search was made for [him,..;he brother, April 10th Jacob - Hbnnold • died at his home in Atlanta at the age of Si. *• * * : Miss Emma Kring was seriously ill with pneumonia at her home in. Atlanta. "**"'*' Mr. and • Mrs. Louis Love' of Oak street lost an infant, the little one living but a siort time. -.**'* The county exhibition of work in .the Domestic Science and manual, training department^ of the Windfall, Sharpsville, Kempton and Goldsmith' >ihools was held-at-the high schc-ol building in Tipton.. Margaret A. Burtorl was never located. A | . ing with Her daughter, Mrs. Wil liam Gunh -ut Ekin w^is seriously ill. John Michaels, residing j bt Mulberry, identified the body as liis brother. Another brother, D p. Michaels, resides near . Ross jville. The unfortunate man was born near Rossville about 70 years ago His parents jEmanUei'and Catherine (Nelier) Michels, were pioneer settlers in Clinton coonty. : The hog market an lis showed a slight drtop in activity the price dropping AL CAFONE "MUSCLING IX." Racketeer Seeks Control of Sti-ret Department, Flunibin^ Tra'de.- iMiss Nova McNeal if the Ekin community was suffering from complications followii g an auto mobile accident and 4" x-ray examination was made. TREATED EQU Five Men Anvstod f sing" Drew anil C'jxsts Each Chicago, ; April 13. — The] - . — • scarred (face of Alph6nse Capoiie.j ' F-ridny'eveni'iig in t| boss racketeer, appeared, In' the! squire R.-.P. 'Rice. th. political picture today j arrested by Spoiial () man of the Nickel PI raigned and all'enter guilty. The men wcr a fine of. ?1 -and cost.^ paid will-sf/end •about with- the sheriff. • Three of the men S3, resicl- pjalitical Annoancements. The Tribune, from now until the date of the primary election, will carry political announcements in this column; payment for the same must be made in advance: As can Tiptoh For Judge. a candidate for the Repuhli- nomination for judge of the circuit' court, I hereby respectfully solicit your support. S. A. CULVER. jFor County Treasurer. I am a candidate for the immi- natioi of treasurer of Tipton county, subject to the Republican primairy. May G, 1930. I shall appreciate any assistance given me iii my) campaign. THOS. B. BARTHOLOMEW. Indianapo- to .?17.S5. ALLY. pr 'Tit-spas- IC Court -of five men [llcer Trout- tc were ar- bd pleas of each gi"en and if not leleven days Chicago with reports that he'"is j attempting to seize control of street d'e partment patronage' and to establish a. ;plundering plumbing :-bureau. ' S ' ..;'.-.'' Scarface Al, who already has a stranglej hold on.the triple rack- 1 Three of the. men .uave their ets of vice,! gambling and '- beer, i address as' Elwood, I hey being now is (demanding to name • I'hcjCarl Mannings, 20, William Wil superintendent oi streets; a pow-{]iams. -2'6 and John . Lcilier. .20. erful; political position' .with .. a! Frank Daxatos. 65, uive his .ad- host of jjobs at its command. . [dress as Cleveland. O. and - Frank Caponje is said to be'-''-backingj Austin, 1-1, stated he 1 wil Day Daniel Serritella, now.'city sealer;]! ton;6; for the |job. The gang j chief's po sition of power in the job racket goes back jto last week's .primary,, when, his henchmen are said/.to' Tiave ; ba'cked Serritella for • the posts; ofj ward committeeman* and state ! senator and won > . both against odds. The street job carries.; about 512,000,'jOOO expenditures yearly md patronage of 3,'000 jobs'. • Another phase of Capoiie's bid .'or more power was seen in the passage iby the city council of an jrdinande establishing a , plumbing, bureau with a .considerable! number jot jobs attached. The- ordinance was backed-by the Plumbers' Union, which, is head*ed by William Aglia, a C^ipone lieutenant. Class Organized. The. .ili. L. Clasii of boys ot the Hobbs Methodist Sunday school held an organization meeting' Friday night at the home- of the teacher, JH. O. Hobbs. and wife, in Hobbs. j ' This (ilass has been sort of drifting {for the past few years haying! Had no regular .! teacher and had dwindled ' until only about tbiree members ' attended regularly. The class Friday night perfected their - new'''organization with a class roll of-pipe, eight of whom were present. T"ie now o£- flcers ar4 Howard Hobbs.i president-; Charles Dennis, secretary.; Lester -Wisnian, treasurer 1 and 'H! O. Hobbs, teacher. Their charter, or certificate will be framed and hung in their class room. ; Following thoi-.' "organization, the, bpys discussed a number of activities to; supplement! their Sunday chool class work. Later the boys enjoyed an entertainment program of games and contests. Winners in • the- contests wore Robert Smay, Lester Wisman and Charles , Dennis. Later Mr. and. Mrs. Hobbs. served ice cream, cake, coBee'and candy.- Licensed to Wed. Mr, and Mrs.. Ed -Mi Airs. Charles Colvin il of Poplar street vi; frrends at Kokomo,' t' noori and evening. \ ] For County Clerk. I hjereby 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 annoilnced as a Democratic! candidate for the nomination for. clerk of the Tipton circuit court, subject to the primary election May 6, 1930. Any support given me will be sincerely appreciated. JOHN F. HEATH. For Trustee. I hlereby announce myself as a candidate for the nomination for trustee of Cicero township, subject to the decision of the Democrat voters at the primary election io be held Tuesday May G. 1930J • ! RKC L. HASKETT. I am a candidate for the Democratic nomination for trustee ot Cicero township and will appreciate*any aid that is given me in my campaign and in the primary election. JOHN C. BOZELL. Drake Beauty Parlor Graduate of Rainbow Academy 15 for/Appointment Fl <$or, Masonic BIdg. Call Second M. & N. SHOE STORE Nothing Over $4.98 COURTESY OUR MOTTO urphy and nd children, ited with riday after- Mr. and Mrs. N. R: Lebo of • West Jefferson street! were Indi- 'anapolis. visitors Friday. bird Orvali 8. Passwator and - Miss Olive, D. {Browning were grantcC a; marriage ^license Saturday aftifernoon: by the county, clerk'. Both we fplendld young people with a host:of friends. 4 i LI A Of J" , ! ht W- Brownlntt urab Route i2 Tfpf Miss B^fongtie 'the -dau^ ^.^f^Ars^ iohn^Brown SPECIAL . -•'' VALUE FREE With every, purchase of a pint or more of Jap-A-Lac. The fibre, board \yasrebaslcct (50c value) is unfinished so that you can enamel and stencil it any colors you'like: The Blue Uird stencils ($1 .00 Value) ..can' also be. used for breakfast -sets, walls acid . other places. • -i C This offer is good for limited lime only.; J. P. SMITH Lumber Co. Phone 72. Insurance of All Kinds Life —'Auto-— Accident Protection for Whatever Your Personal or Business Needs May Be. LEE F. GBOTTH INSURANCE AGENCY I Phone 57. WJ A. Pumphrey, D. C. | CHIROPRACTOR Office Over Foster Jewelry ! Store. Phono 254. Tipton, Ind. LOANS $25 to $300—Your Own Secur . ityj—Quick and Confidential Peoples Loan & Credit Co. Km. 4, Masonic ISldg. N. Main. Automobile Insurance FULL COVERAGE Fire Theft ' Winditerm Collision " Property Damage Public LiabiUty Personal Adjustment of - - u ~ l Losies . t See^ YOUNG & MASON Suits and Furnishings 6i East Jefferson St. RADIO SERVICE Wo I'Go Anywhere — Aerial Wort—Full Lino Accessories* McJunkin Radio Shop I Phone 20X7. - ' I. Our New Spring Woolens Are Arriving*—Come and See Them CHARLES POUCH Tailor and lien's Shop lbs North Mala Street. We Trade for Yoer OM '• I -' • LINEBACKS Wect Jeffsrsop Bt. FOPCLAR PRICED SHOES HOME TRADE SHOE Tiftip S u A f

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