The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 23, 1930 · Page 5
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••o I S R1TZ • TONIGHT, THURS. music •TH2 TIPTON DAILY TRIBumii; biMtts -MiMr IN ANCY ROGERS CARROU Mat.—10c, 25c. Eve—15c; 35c. Are illusions climating you, oo? Are you missing the great^" est tiling in the w'orld. chasing rainbows - / See and hear this delightful, pair of lovers smash,the chimera which hides true !ove. Talking! Singing! Dancinir! ! . 'I Also ALL TALKING COMEDY and SPORTLIGHT : • •—.' • , i, — Each (Frolic aj Better Frolic at Popular Prices FRIDAY AND SATURDAY , Doug Fairbanks, Jr.. and Loretta Young, in j "THE CARELESS AGE RITZ MIDNIGHT FROLIC SATURDAY NIGHT v Bob and| Jimmy Tolle—A New Team Crystal arid Mary—Better Than Ever—Different Frolic Starts si11:15. ; Admission, 15c and 35c. Delphian CI lib. So c i e'-t-y —j* j and appreciation. The happy oc- | jcasion will be stored away in her i treasure chest of memories to be j j brought out and relived many ^.i times in the days to come. The ! members of the Tipton Delphian club were delightfully entertained by the president, Mrs. Lewis Richards at her home on North Main street Tuesday afternoon. There was --an unusually fine attendance. Mrs. Glen Gifford was leader for the afternoon and gave the presentation of the study book "Quo Vadis" giving the members just enough of insight into the . characterization of the book as to make them eager for the splendid portrayal of the characters by Mrs. Charles Bryan and later the excellent review 3f the book by Mrs. Richards. This story was beautifully given with vividness and realism appreciated by all. . At a short business session conducted by the president, the club voted unanimously to become a member of the , Tipton County Federation of clubs of' the 9tli district of Indiana Federated clubs, and Mrs. E. L. Meeker was chosen as delegate to represent the club at the county federation to be held in Tipton in a short time. A lovely social hour was enjoyed by the club following the meeting and dainty refreshments of angel food cake with strawberries and whipped cream and-coffee were served by the hostess. WERE Wliite AT WABASH. Tipton Ladies Were Visitors At s Institution Mrs. FernJ Dearth County Probation officer, Mrs. \V. W. Mount and Mrs. Alice Bates, visited at Wabash Monday at White's Institute. Mrs. MJouivf and Mrs. Bate? have a cousin, Mrs; Elizabeth Pied, who is| one of the matrons, superintending the laundry department. She is the daughter :>' 'he late John Paul, formerly o; Tipton who! was- a brother of "a iltain : Thomas Paul, father of Mrs. Bates ! and Mrs. Mount's mother, Mrs. Dillard VanBuskirU. Mrs. Dearth brought back a vard from the Institute to the '•ome of Mr.j and Mrs'. J. C. Summers of Windfall. The lad was placed in the Summers home last oar, and the family became very WILL SETTLE ESTATE. been appointed Son and Son-in-law of Peter Orr T;ike Oliarge of Affairs. Former. County Commissioner William M. Orr and Charles C. Tyrier, son andl son-in-law respectively of 'the lake Peter Orr, have joint administrators of the estate left by the pioneer resident aiid will proceed „to settle his affairs. ~'The estate consists of several thousand dolla-s in personal j and real estate holdings in Prairie township. In the repor HOBBS SCHOOL. Program to Mark Closing- • of Term to Be -Given Thursday'. The Hobbs school, taught ,by B. F. Good, .principal and Miss Dorothy Hackett, grade teacher will close Friday. The pupils' under the direction of their" teachers have prepared', an excellent "Last Day of -School" program. Instead of this, being given Friday at school as usual, it will be given Thursday' evening at the Methodist church in - Hobbs. at j 7:30 o'clock, and all the patrons filed by L. ;G. Se-I and those interested are invited Birt briny Surprise. Mrs. S. A. Gordon, pastor of the First Ba'ptist cliurch very clevei fa w ' as 1 l, . ost€SS t0 tue mem- :1!i< ] complete surpri.je when., the | »e« ^ .'the Tuesday Afternoon members of the Lad^ Aid so-, 1 ' 1 » 1 »- at lle1 ' Home in Windfall' nvaded iier; Tuosilay at an all day meeting idepeiidence' of the club. A lovely pitcliin din- laden with nor featured the day, there being :s, the occa-; twelve members/ present. Only riety of. the church home 210 North I street Tuesday, each a basket of good eatf I Tuesday Afternoon Club. wife of tin-1 Mrs. Ted McKinney of Wind sion beinsr her birthday aiiniver-; three members were unable to be sary. . ! present. The' day was spent in When she. had-sufficiently re-1 the usual social features of the covered from her surprise. Mrs-'club. Gordon made her ' gu welcome, and all h time around the loajied dinner | s _> W heatly. Mrsj F. E. Tarr, Mrs. table aiidjluring the afternoon, j« A r-„n.<„. iu,L r.i T „... A business session of the society was held and at its close Mrs. Smith Cox entertained with a number of splendid readings. The members of the society bad. been busy quilting a quilt a lid this was brought to the. Gordon home and-rcompleted Mrs. Gordon herself putting the last stitches into it under the impression that it belonged to Mrs. .1. .1. Kessler, and she was therefore more completely surprised when the president, .Sirs. 'David M.cCnllough in a fewTwell chosen - words expressing /{lie apprecia- |ests royally j Tne members present . were d a liapp.Vj Mrs. Charles McConkey, Mrs. W. S. A. Culver, Mis. Clarence Law. Mrs. I. H. Woodruff, Mrs. Charles Hess, Mrs. John Hash, Mrs. Ed Simmonds, Mrs.. Art Smitson, Mrs. Oris Jackson and Mrs. McKinney. Other , guests were Mrs. John Walker, Tipton, Mrs. Clyde Ban- of Milford, Illinois and Mrs. Susie M-eKTliney Bell of Sheridan. Ilirtliclay Party. A very happy and prettily appointed birthday party was given- for Miss Denzil Webb, Tuesday evening at the home of her grand- i mother, 16th turn of the ladies for the service i , „ „,, , ,, _ . , , ' I mother, Mrs.William Webb east . Mrs. Gordon has rendered to the I church presented her with .thc!° r Ti l" t0 » llouor ° f hel " lh.ished quilt. Other lovely sifts! birthday anniversary. The even- were received . from individual n, S wa s spent in games, music, members'and cards from several j contests and other happy social who could not be present and i features. ! Mrs. Gordon was so touched by all these expressions of love and Yyaity that it was with difficulty she voiced her heartfelt thanks Put the ff grin' in grind The guests were the Misses Grance Ann Williams, Juauita French, Lolo and Florence Redman. Grace galley, Denzil, Clara and .Mary OVebb, and Messrs. M.ott Johns, Bob Benedict, George : Baler, Dallas Waymire, Charles Chambers. At the close.of the happy evening light refreshments were-served. At leaving the guests all wished their young hostess many happy return's of the day. ClH^s Itniiiquct. Members of the senior .class of Prairie school were the honor guests at a 'banquet given by the Junior class; -at the Courtland hotel in Kokomo Monday evening • -Miss Marguerite Teriiune presided toastmaster. 'Burnell Snow gave the welcome address with Leon Dearinger offering the response • and the remainder : of the program consisted of music and talks by Ruth Jarrett. Mrs. .Bernlee Lineback, Bonnie Jones, Anna Mac Adams, Lowell Collier, Robert Warden aud Stanley Graham. Christian Church Aid. TUNE IN ON STATION ! WTAM . WGG KTW 9:80 The Ladies Aid society of the West Street Christian church will be entertained%ThuTsday afternoon at 2; 80 o'clock in the West room of the church. It is urgent bat every member of the Aid be -.resent for tba special buslm features to be discussed. CJX*JCOU Dtace Ordarstra. GrantUoi Kiee^iaterviewing Home Builders. The Home Builders class of the Hobbs Methodist Sunday school was entertained .Tuesday evening by Mr. and Mrs. George Stroup on Poplar street Willi a very fine attendance of members and their families. A pilchin dinner at 6:30 o'clock was a feature-of the evening. The splendid dinner was enjoyed by thirty members and guests.' After the dinner there w;as a brief business session, conducted by the president, Basil Swiiiford and the remainder of the evening spent in contes|ts and games. In the contests Johnson and Francis Boye announced as winners. to attend. The program will-include songs, drills, playlets, readings and dialogues by the pupils. - > The year just closing has been funeral and other] a -very successful one with few in- sta.te after ; which | teruptions in'the school program tributed to each of i on account of sickness or other •.inch attached to him. Mr. and i the ^ vo SO ns, Arthur W. VanBib-; causes. The pupils are anxibusly '!rs. Su-mni(irs spent tire winter -j ber and Ear] -VanBibber. There- looking forward now to. the t Richmond to be near a daugh-.J port s ], ows t i la jt \ n t i, e w m 0 f th e - school next year when they, will -•• and the boy spent the winter j ae( , eaent ho ehualized the be- be housed in their new'building ! the Institute I ; ; quests to otheJ- heirs who did hot • now under construction.. The \ pu- He is a likable lad apd Mr. and ; share in a distribution of the per-; nils and teacher's have put | up right as executor of the estate of Marcus VanBibber, the , executor shows personaji property to the 976.26 came into his hands.. "fhi^ was expended in paying medical debts of the ?6S6.31was dis) Airs. Summers, who believe in j sonal estater sharing their home and the good'l things of life with others, give I ^ Are. Visiting Here, him a real ihome and he has a j happy summer to look forward I to. i -'' • . ' Rev. and Mrs. Albert Smith! and son Eugefie of Martinsville; j . Tipton county also has another: Illinois ( . ame ward from-the Institute and also ! l01 . a few'day'si has two wards from the county j mfer>s paVents and Mrs. Roley in the home: At Martinsville. I with many inconveniences for [the ; past few years, but this-'has.'jnot : interfered with their school program and they have done, exceptionally fine work. ' ... ; n Tuesday evening i visit with the for- , : A Pleasant Visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ted SpauJding i Smith on East Jefferson street.; and -two daughters, Phyllis and 'Rev. Smith a|id family will re-, Delores and the Misses Maxine I turn home Friday or Saturday, i Clark and Nina McCleH.an of Oak Mr. and [Mrs, N. R. West Jefferson street. -| They recently Lolm ofi T ' I,to11 *-° M artinsvillej | Uev. Smith has pastorate of j i large clitiich, wt v nt: to ; movfeld from I street motored to Loogootee Sun- where | day and were the guests of Mr. a | Spaulding's parents, Mr. and Mrs. They are very Sidney Spaulding and the family Stawlcrfortf Class. Allen were The Standerford class of the West Street Christian Sunday .school • will be . entertained Friday, evening at the home of Mrs. Orville Nance, 225 Columbia'Ave. at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Nance will be assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Joe Dunn, Mrs. J. : O. Pore, Mrs. Ray Hiers and Mrs. Roy Purvis. The ^hostesses are planning a fine |evening's entertainment and they urge that every member of the class be present. Eutrc Nous- Club. The Eutre Nous -club will he entertained! Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs: David Wiggins, 4 01 South Main, street. Every memfbci: of the club is expected to be present. -Ready Class On account of the death 'o: Rev. S. C. Kennison. The Ever- Ready Classi will, please notice that the class meeting has been changed until a later date. Fern P. Myers, Sec- Martinsville! Wednesday and will , be there for ten davs or a couple !'«'"«' l ,lca ^ d with »»eir new j for the .day. Mr. Spaulding! Sr. of weeks taking the mineral baths-! ,ocaUon a,ld 1 aVU a ' 0110 «:ousre- 1 returned home with the son and at the New! Ea ' fo " c0 °Pe l "i-ting with them :n|his ! family . and ; visited until I their church work. , t j Tuesday in Tipton. -. They expect to be Highland Sanatarium. Tribune want ads get results. Tribune want ads pay. -Tribune ciassiled ads pay.. ._- - ' fraa JCPENNEYCd O I p A ft T M I NT • I T OR 1 116-118 Sodtli Main Street, Tipton. "True-Blue 77 Suits For Youngsters 2 to 8 Years These are very practical suits for bovs who are hard on ctothes. They're made securely of long-wearing fabrics. They have long sleeves and come in drop seat style. Most inexpensive— 79c WORLD WIDE GUILD. New Officers Todk Charge at Splendid Meeting Held Monday. The World Wide Guild of the First Baptist church met at the home of Rev. and Mrs. S. A. "Gor­ don'in North Independence street Monday evening, with the new president, Miss Mary Margaret Myers presiding. : The- devotional was conducted by Mrs. Gordon,. with the members* uniting in a complete circle of prayer. After the business session, a very beautiful arid impressive initiation was conducted,' making Miss Laura VanBriggle and Miss Daisy Brewer- members of the Guild. A vocal solo by Miss .Eldora Dodd, accompanied at the piano by Miss Dorothy Fox and a piano solo, by Miss Fox were beautifully rendered and added impressiveness to the evening's program-. The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Ralph Lambert. The Gordon home was decorated in the Guild colors of blue and white and Mrs. Gordon served refreshments in keeping with the season. The newly elected offlcera took charge at this meeting. They, are: President, Miss Mary Margnjret Myers; vice-pres.. Miss Daisy Brewer; secretary. Miss Lois Day, and treasurer Miss Eldora Dodd. The secretary, by virture of her office is also chairman of literature; the vice-president is membership chairman; Miss Anita Afanodor White Cross chairman and Miss Dorothy Fox program chairman. Are Decorating. The salesroom of the Tipton Chevrolet Co., is being painted by the firm of Parker, Basey and Tucker. Head Tribune want ids. Harker & Speckbangh We sell Son-tested paper "REXALL" Dorcas Club. There;,will be no meeting of the Dorcas club this week. Members will'please-ail |takc notice. Tribune want ads eet. -results. "Thai's Whaf I Call Quick Service can, you tlo it?." Simply because we-now have • an expert watchmaker who does nothing but repair watches A and clocks. /," HUH t We Are Now in Our New Quarters at the Corner of Main and Jefferson This and Bank Cordially Invites You to Visit Inspect Our New Banking Home. S1MPLIFIEDSTATEMENT SHOWING CONDITION OF CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, TIPTON, INDIANA AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS MARCH 27, 1930 Loans ancl Discounts .... .$1,012,529.25 Credit advanced to responsible parties ijpon approved security; Government Bonds: Representing money invested in Government Bonds as a safe investment for ihe bank: : Other Bonds ... J. Can-be turned into cash in.three days on ^he New York market- Furniture 'Fixtures'and Safety Capital 121,900.00 311,865.58 Surplus and Profits ...... That portion of bur earnings, including undivided profits.and .-unearned discount, set aside as -additional safeguard to dep.osl- . tors. . .$100,000.00 , ; 67,495.96 22,200.00 364.78 patrons Deposit .Vault Overdrafts ..... Money paid out whose balances were temporarily insuhlcient to cover checks presented, which Is strictly prohibited/and the officer paying such checks is! .held personally liable .for the amount. Cash on Hand and Due From Banks I..Li 1 .!.... Other Real Estate ........

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