The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 24, 1930 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, April 24, 1930
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PAGE; SIX THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE V Cheropr &ctiC Fear Headaches Eighty pc-r ;'oni oi (lie human race are more or less snbjoM to'hwidaciles. To free live race of headaches wckad UP. to uready increase its efficiency and'happi- ness. '. j | . Ti'e \m\i.\ :". ih^jj-eat oiMile. It i'r. the central plant from which a-J tfie organs and tissues of the body «lraw their liuy-mt nerve energy. There.. :• c-er.t.iin centers' in the 'brain which sup-, ply <eri;tii: urging with :s"ive energy. Disease in one of ll::'se orji'.iiis n'.ten causer- an hehe in its corre- . pondesil <v.!} or, in the brain, ft may he the result of liver, stomach or kidney disorders, or impingement, of the local nerves which supply-the tissues of Mie head and neck. Hut remember, Oiat regardless of what portion of your head aches, 'or where the cause may be Chiro- praciic the one treatment thai, will effect a sure and permanent cure. ''Start on the road to health today, t'hrough Chiropractic." See or call Phone <)4 ... ! DR« E« B» HICKS | ' " . I : •• • • Office over Bine Front Drug Store, Corner Jeifersou & Main, Tipton. | and Mrs. Leo Egler- I Sunday.. ; <... at Tipton! Mr. and Mrs. John 'Ridge and' illness is a reoccurrence of her' ! Mrs. Otto Ehmui spent Sunday serious: illness oCi two when she underwent an and was ill for over six months. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Buerglin of. j n Indianapolis. I Indianapolis spent Sunday with; • Mr arid Mrs. Harry Waltz and her mother Mrs. Martha Duncan. • daughters visited friends in/Alex- Mr,.'.and -Mrs. Julius Kibler, jandria Sunday evening. . j Mrs. Mjiry Kibler and Mrs. Eliza-, Mr- and Mrs.:. Ralph Ray and I merry of Arcadia. jbeth ? Gentry were called to Indi-i haby spent Sunday-i in Tipton J auapolis Sunday on account of j guests of Mr' and Mrs. John Ray. ! the death of a relative. Ralph;'- Mrs. Mina Coj>k of Arcadia is j Mrs. Verne; Stage of Bluff ton, p., ' Hanson^ who died at a hospital at; her bed at the home' and Mrs. -Earl Crowfler and Mrs. Ed Guy of Paxtoh but for The Sunday gueBts of^Mr. and Mrs: James Sanders -were Mr. and •! that place following-a long sick- 0 f ner niece, Mri. jAda' .leaker, ! daughter Alberta, Mr. '; ncss. Mr. Hanson passed aw.ay suflering v 'with muscular rheirma-j .Chet Hall and son Joe^j i Saturday] and the funeral services t j sm j„ her limbs. Mrs. Cook, has: sie Goettel and Tom^Dickey^, ; were held Monday. Mrs. Mary'-' not been feeling well for-'.several j Mr. and Mrs. Ralph j Mosbaugh ! Kibiet- and Mrs. Gentry remained'^ays and Monday and Tuesday! and daughter' Jean of Chicago years ago operation and Mrs. Mrs. Des- Dr. and Mrs. Frank Rodenbeck: -' Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wilson of Anderson were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs, Harry - Higbee' and daughter Betty Jane. : J. 0. Burton, son Paul, daughters Elpie Dee and Fern of Indianapolis and Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Teter, son Basil, daughters Mary Ellen and Mildred of Westfield were the week end guests of | Mr. and Mrs. Wid -Burton. Henry [ Moore and Mildred Lower of | Walnut Grove were Sunday; guests. - j . | I Mr. and Mrs. John Walt* and she was not able to walk. Aj'were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.: son Joseph of NoblesvUle spent Chicago.! physician was called \ Tuesday and j Jake; Shafer and family' Sunday j-.from Friday until Monday with'! ! Mrs. Minnie Waltz.'.'-.Mike Mos- try-and walk-for some time. . j Mrs. Frank Hill and son How-; 1 Mr. and Mrs. Johnson who until''after the funeral Monday. Louis ' Mosbaugh of spent from Saturday until Monday with his father baugh and wife. . > Mr. and Mrs. Geo.; Mosbaugh of J iard of Lafountaine called on ; have been living in the Joe Stout Mr. arid Mrs. 0. A.. Shaul and A rc adia have received word that j friends here Sunday. i j property, moved into the property' daughter Faith and Mr., and Mrs/ tn ^j r son Wayne Mosbaugh of! Helen Waltz, a student of De -j pf Rev. Wike^ J. E. Shau! of near Cicero visited, p t .Wayne,' hid accepted a posi-j Pauw,, is spending a) few -d2y.T|.| Gladys'Stage spent a few days' in Indianapolis Sunday with Mr:'! tion' as radio department; man-! 'with her father P. D. Waltz. ' last week in and .Mrs. i Pave Malnes. .!• lager and sporting goods sales-: Mr. and Mrs. j Frank 'Martini guest of Mr. .Indianapolis the! 'and Mrs. Garl AI-: Misses Mildred Bond and Mir- man with the Main! Auto Supply; spent Saturday in Kokomo. dridge and. daughter. •; Morarity visited at the company of that place. This com-] Ray Berg of Marion spent the I . Mrs. Lelia Fox spent the week j j, Mercy hospital in El wood Suriday [ pany owns and operates'' the; week end with his parents * Mr. I end in her home in Tipton,-Her', ^afternoon with Misses Margaret, broadcasting station. WOWO and. and Mrs. John Berg. Mr.: and Mrs.j guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.j ; i McCreary, Helen Yeager ahd :_wGL. This company IS" one of j Herman Berg and daughter -of!.. Robert West of Hagerstown, Mr.-' . i Pauline. Tyson, nurses from .the, Indiana's largest sporting goods j Noblesville were Sunday guests in t and Mrs.! Glen Whisler of Marion. * i'St. Viiicint's hospital at Indian-j stores.' Wayne is akgraduate of , theB ^rg home. .': I ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lyons ofj j apolis,; Who are now at the El- : the Arcadia high school and the 1 ' Harriet .Clifford spent' Saturday; NoblesvUle, Mr. and .Mrs.--Rich-; LEAK-SEAL A TOUCH of Kurfees Leak-Seal NOW saves a big repair bill next month. Kurfees Leak-Seal, in paste form, provides -the pa$ch. Ready-mixed Leak-Seal .makes a complete covering for your old roof: Does not becone dry and brittle. Will; not blister or run. Ready for liise when the can is opened. Make your old roof waterproof with a coat of Leak-Seal. Come in and see a demonstration of Leak-Seal. Bryan Bros. ; wood ^hospital. . j Anthony Wayne College of Ft. I in NoblesvUle. | Mrs. John Scherer and daugh'-' Wayne and, since his graduation! Mr. arid Mrs. Ray i'ter India of Peru visited over the \ he hss been employed by the Indianapolis were the] • week end with Mrs. Will Petti-j standard Oil Company. .He is'guests of Mr. and M John and Mrs. Addie [Wibei. j-welljtnown in Arcaiiia where his! Brand. • ard Finley of Indianapolis and FeTrin of: Mr. 2nd Mrs. Buster Fox. wnqk end 1 . Mr. ja'nd Mrs. Will Waltz hear rs. ! Hilde-\ Atlanta, were the Sunday guests! ! of Mr. and Mrs. John Heisser., Mr. and- Mrs. Burgess Pritch-. man y friends are glad to hear of: Mr. and Mrs. Vane Learning) Mr. and Mrs. Maurice' Irvini 1 Campbell, Mrs. M. C. Blanche Krause, Mrs. Kerr, Mrs. .Nina Rod- ! ard family of Noblesville and Mr. j his promotion. were in Cicero Sunday at Mr. arid j and b&by of Lapel and William ARCADIA'. • (Continued From'Page 3.) Tuesday in Kokomo with their .daughter Mrs. Horace Vesey am! family. j Mr. and Mrs. A. R.- Moore.and son Retis of Newcastle and Mr. and Mrs. Shir! Riebeling were guests j Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Guy. Jiohn 1 Mckinney of Kokomo last week with his daugh- and Mrs. Homer Earle of Indian-; Rel atives in Arcadia have re-r Mrs - John Learning's apolis were guests Sunday of Mrs. Elizabeth Coslow. -Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Smith of Gary spent the week end with j her'parents Mr. and Mrs. Norman Barker who recently came here to do light housekeeping in their home for the summer. Mr. r-nd Mrs. Aaron Hartzler i ceived an article which appeared' ! in a Chicago paper; concerning; ! Stottle^nyer of Anderson were the f ehbeck, Mrs. Earl Shockney, Mrs. Cad Whisler, Mrs. Eulalia Hart- Mr. "and Mrs., Lloyd Smith of I Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Muncie spent Sunday Mr. j.Miss Caddie Guy who has been a [Smith's parents jn !.Geo. Hilton and famr Mrs.' Jacob Bowser and son Ev-j.^fipnt , ' * . r. -J 7. «„„ t„ ter Mrs. Nate Tomlinson. Mr. and en"-tt spent Friday evening in >io-' . ,, .7, ... -,- „ - r -i,»o i Mrs. ! Tomlinson ; accompanied I-lesville with Air. ano Mrs. Chas. • ,-. _ . 1 r J-.i-kson. • • him t0 | his home in Kokomo Sat-, and sons David, Thomas and Jun- Urdayi 1 i ior of Kokomo were guests Fri- Albert Shifer of Indianapolis day evening of Mrs. Clara Hartz- spent the week end with his par-; ler. ents Mr. and Mrs. Jake Shafer. Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Burton i student at a business college ! Chicago and who jwas studying j Mar y and Gladys linotyping. J. O..Bilek is the. Kokomo were the Sunday guestsl.Noble house Everett Bowser of Marion and' L'.oyd Hill of Indianapolis spent'I . 1: H week end with Mr. and Mrs.! Jake Boivser and Mrs. Lloyd Hill.: ' Sunday'Quests were Mrs. Frank; Mr. arid Mrs. Late Devaney, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Good, Floyd De-:! vaney and Clarence Devaney of! Mr. and Mrs. Curt Suinner and Mrs. Matilda McMullen were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Devaney at 7 East Union. Mr. and M r s- Herman Reynolds Hill and son Howard of Lafoun- iaine. ^"ss.Ruby P.ailey of Koko ino.and - Milton' Rtansbury of Tip ton. - ;-herc. Will Bishop and daughter-visited in \ Indianapolis Sunday Mrs. Jake Nieman is "spending| Lois of Tipton attended a birth-! with his sister and husband Mr. this week -.vt Martinsville. I'd y dinner at the home of Mr. land Mrs. Stevens.) •" with Mrs!' Stottleinyer west of.Arcadia'. . . .:, and Mrs:!' Mr. and Mrs. Will Caylor and I. ly. U ffamily have moved "./r'om the Dodson of ! Reisinger property into the Shep head of the linotype class which; of- Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hodsbn and family. 'aham consists of thirty-five students^ of, which Miss Guy is the only girl in] Val Underwood, sp|nt Sunday j were the Sunday guests of Mr. the class. She operates one of j in Noblesville the gujest of Mr; | and Mrs. Glen Drumm. the linotype macliines and Mr.j and Mr ?'- Emmit Gr Bilek states that she is far- ad-; family, vanced in operating a linotype! Mr. and Mrs. Glen for the short length of time-she! and. Mrs.. Castor,; Mr. has been attending school-, be-1 Gus Garhart and Mr. cause of her eagerness vancement. A few weeks, ago she] given at the Flint cliih Saturday became ill arid went to her home in Paxton, 111., where she has been bedfa-st since and is not al- Mrs. Conrad R.)>dcn- Indianapo^ ] 'lowed.-to' have company as her'hlis were the week en'd guests -o night. Mr. and heck and children of Get Set for A Trouble-Free The All Weather Heav? Duty 29x4.40 Al!- Weallicr II. $31.50 30x4.50'All- Weather H. I). $12.30 28x4.75 'All- Weather H. D. $12.70 "30x5.00 All- . Weather 131 D. $13.95 32x5.25 All-' : Weather H. D. $lfi.35 29x5.50 All- Weather II. D; $16.85 All- Wealher H. D. $18.50 ~3.S^.00..11- Weother II. D. $19.50' - TR.4»E IX WOW. We give a JiMnU allow\'M mam for j/tmr old tires ' Doabe ~EagIe awl All Weather Tim.: AND A SUMMER OF ENJOYABLE DRIVING ON GOOD YEARS • ! - ;„ i •• - •: Tire up for the season at low prices! There-9 a tire fori every purse and 1 purpose: Double Bagle; H^w, Heavy Duty, Standard All- weather and the niatchless low-priced Pathfind er. Let un equip your car with.a tet of Goodyears. Goodyear Patflnders 29x4.40 Pathfinder 29x4.60 Pathfinder 30x4.50 Pathfinder 28x4.75 Pathfinder 29x4.75 I I Pathfinder 30x4.75 Pathfinder 29x5.00 ; Pathfinder 30x6.00 ; , . ^Pathfihlder : 31x6.00 Pathfinder $5.79 $6,55 $6i9 $7.85 $7.98 $825 $830 32X5.00 Pathfinder 28x5.25 Pathfinder, 28x5.25 . Pathfinder 30x5£5 . I Pathfinder 31x625 Pathfinder Pathllnder^f*f*« ,i ! 29x5.50 #1A 9tk Patbnndcrf|V|*5r PatUdnde SlxfliX) $10.35 $9.85 $10.15 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drumm of: Peru and ?/rs. Emma . Trietschi and; Mr. and Mrs. R. 'O: Fulleton of Union City were the : week end JNewby, Mr.^SUests of Mr.' and Mrs. Tom and Mrsi! Barnes. * : and Mrs.j Clarence ,W"erLz of Shelbyville, for ad-'! Ted Mosbaugh attended the dance ] is 'spending-'the week with his sister Mrs.' L. V. Calvin and husband. ,Mrs. Sam Hill is able to be out after a. few days' illness with ton- ^jsilitis. She was confined to her bed for several days.-;. Sluinner and son of Elwood we the Sunday guests of Mrs. J'jtyn Stokes and family. Miss Irene Huffman, Mil Eathel Brenton and Miss Murrj- 3tokes were Tipton visitors S urday afternoon. Itn3sel Macey and Miss Fldr- en-ie Wasner of Indianapo visited Saturday night and ovl»r Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. William Huffman. Sunday afternojm guests were Martin Long and Miss Ellen Kirkpatrick of near Tipton, Everett Laub of Arcadia. Eathel Brenton of Mlllersburg Arnold Redmond of East of Mll­ lersburg Mr. and, Mrs. Bert JdV- ret and baby of Xoblesville. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Itoberjts and two children and Philip Lu|tz of Indianapolis visited from Saturday until Tuesday even! ig with Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Lijtz ley,;.Mrs! Hazel Sumner,' Mrs. Marion Bishop; Mrs. Luella. Kio- ler with Mrs. Jack Leonard and Mrs. John Ridge as guests. . Mr-, and Mrs. Ed Mosbaugh and son Forest of Noblesville and Mr. and- Mrs. Chas. Booth attended the baccalaureate services at Atlanta Sunday evening. • Mary Jordan spent Saturday and Sunday in Indianapolis. The members of the 1929 graduating class of the Arcadia high school and E. E. Sowers, president of the Alumni Association met Friday night with the secretary. Alice Groves. Owing to the failure of the Central Bank all money of the association is tied -up and'ways and means had to he discussed to lessen expenses. The class members are making .every; an< l family of New Hope. Enrorite 11- SEAT COVERS I'KIORO s3^ AM)-UR You ran.vpttoie.fet ttifc Mphblstiiring of your oar wi^.i .<rat covrrc-^-You^T^fi gd? pr*t cotfrs made up specially for nit#imf' and'-'they.'re, very, Inexpensive. Stop in and let uftj Sho*: J-ouvthe: n«w< patterns., . | Universal . Lawn Mowers Goodyear Ihree-brald rngat^d'extra heavy with coupler and n complete.; • 1 •• 50. ft. lengths 25 ft. length Any amount of hose. up to 600 ft.. Per ft. . lie cor- hose $6.50 .$2.75 We carry a complete stock, of ireplaeement parts for all cars. Ball Bearing $7 .75 A.well made mower : with adjustable ball bearing r _ : S-iach j-.v open > drive' [• • wheel with le-Jnch catting blade - - - It'a aTealilHurgain and la bnllt for.yean olfi^ervice. Gffort to give a good program, »onie Tuesday evening they call i but instead of serving a banqueted on Mr. and Mrs. George Ln|z. •i as formerly, will make the menu' Mrs. Sam Stafford of Atlanta less elaborate! but just as good.j spent Thursday with Mrs. Charjes mothers of the class mem-| Stafford and son, Dickie. The .iWmblng Cloth .85c ..44c .44c, 25c .500 Itock all Mrs. Bert George was also a eaU ler in the Leonard home. '-' I The Forty-Two club members j met Wednesday, evening • in the home of Mrs: Mary Kibler and as usual, enjoyed , a very '-'pleasant' time. The game was enjoyed'for a tew hours and in this Mrs. Martha Duncan won first honors I and Mrs. Carrie Bryant second. \Others present were: Mrs.. Agnes Phillips, Mrs. Jessie Learning, Mrs. Ida Barnes, Mrs. Ella Booth and. Mrs. Val Underwood. The Mission Endeavor of the Lutheran church held their monthly meeting, -Wednesday evening with Mrs. Charles Birdon- ner, but owing to the weather, the attendance was not as large, as expected. The - meeting was opened by singing a -hymn, <rfter which Mrs. Waltz, the] president, read the scripture lesson. For the lesson the mission paper was read by the members and discussed. - Mrs. Tom Butler received word of the~ death of Mrs. Alice Jessup Price In Cincinnati. Mrs. - Price had been ill quite a while with, tuberculosis.. She leaves a husband and 1 four children. Mr. and Mrs. „Tom Butler and family attended the funeral at' Shelby vllle Wednesday.! , Mr.- and Mrs. Clyde Waltz and family near Elwood -•- were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs- Frank Walts. Clyde Waltz and family have moved * from Elwood on a farm. Mr. Waltz, will con Onue to workAitt.the Pittsburgh, plate glass plant. x 1 The Dorcas class of^the Method dist.charchv met< Tuesday afternoon with. Mrs. Otto BhmanwUh a vlarge :>mti sndance ?:.of--jnembers Mrs. Martha Ross and daugli- j ter. Mrs. Lulii Beam of! Sheridan 1 visited Thursday night with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Conrad; ] Rode and family. They also called! • on Mrs. Arn.edia. Leonard. who ; !>ers. have^ volunteered to assist{ Keeth Albright of Westfield spB/ fell in her home early ThursdayT ^f ^ held a^ meeting Sunday.: Saturday night and Sunday w* morning arid sprained her,anki e : j % ter "°°^ ^ th ^" - ^'j his parents; Mr. and Mrs. Mo fl 'Claude Shaffer. Another meeting; Albright and family, was held -Tuesday evening with! : (Continued on Page 7.) Mrs. Fred Shaffer and plans com-, pleted^ The Alumni will meet onj [.Saturday night April' 26, in the j ,'school auditorium and plans are! •being made to entertain morei than'two hundred members and guests. -. I Miss Lenora Dawson', a teacher- I in the Princeton school, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. : . Get.a' bottle; of MOOBP'R Eritjrr- a'nd Mrs- Dawson and family. ' aid, .Oil' with? the understanding I The Phi Beta P"si Sorority had that if it Wnot put an end) aT party at the school building f'rida.y evening after:school, and h Money Back if Moone's Ki Oil Doesn't Do Away With Horewss and P«in In St HoiJrs. to the pain and, soreness your moi^ey will, be prompily returned. I t Don't wopry about how king gave thirty Easter baskets to the| you've-had -It or how many other preparations you have tried. Thin powerful penetrating oil is one preparation that will help to make your painful aching feet so healthy" anrffree from corn and bun ion soreness that you'll be able to go anywhere and do anything in absolute foot- comfort. ! So raarvelouslv powerful and children.^of neaT Buffalo were; Moone's Kincrald Oil that thojis the Sunday guests of Mr. and|ands have found it gives wondor -smaller children. 1 Mr and Mrs. Leo Smith and Mrs.- Mae Murray of Indianapo- ! lis and Mrs. NelleRoss* were the ! Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Morarity. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gunnlngj Mrs 1 E. P v Whisman. . Miss Ernestine Thomas spent the week end in Muncie:with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Thomas. .; - t Margaret Morarity was a Noblesville visitor Tuesday. MIIiliEBfiBURG. fill results in the treatment Jor dangerous swollen or varicdre veins. All druggists are sellih; lots of it. present and'two:gaest».:Aa^inter-. eating. :bWnmvienloa^^ for th*fya«i^»o(a$ A ?«0JW' BH I Mr. and Mrs. Jessee Sosby and daughter, -Mary. Alice of Anderson- visited Tuesday evening .with Mr. andi Mrs. John Leach ak>d family. -Their 1 daughter, .Mary Alice' is in poor health again and thoy brought her to the family Physician. i Oto Baden and daughter. Kath |ryn. of Atlanta were Tuesday ning icallera of Mrs. John .okaaamd. family. ^Mr^and^aira.: William Thur- M ^.oti- JBtte-wtre-'- the - : Sahday ^ruoamjnmf''ot 'tfc'e formar'a Id

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