The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 28, 1930 · Page 8
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 8

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, April 28, 1930
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PAGE EIGHT Automobile : Wrecks and Booze Figure in Two of the Fatalities. SEVERAL ARE INJURED PETITIOX' REFUSED. Pardon Board Turned Down Request, of "Craijjs" Pnrtlow. The pardon board of the Indi ana State Prison,! session last week which was in |for the purpose tHt -fffTON PAILT TRXBTTN3 of considering applicants for clemency refused to::- release John "Craps" P.artlow, convicted after a long drawn out legal battle of receiving stolen property. Partlow is serving a one to ten year sentenced, imposed ten years ago, jbut which he foiinght back and forth through the lower and high- jer courts: I Judge J. P. Neaj'who attended the session, and presented a petition for the parole of Elmer Hoover, serving a. life sentence for rape, did not get ,any action on the.matter. The board relused to consider the petition at this time, but it, will be presented later. The petition was signed by Judge Mount and' other officials who officiated at j the trial of Hoover, who was sentenced here in March 1925. •Hutington. Ind., April 2S .-J— Joseph DeFord. 74 years old, «f Wabash was injured fatally, and sevefl'other persons were hurt when the DeFord automobile crashed into the bottom of an abandoned canal two miles west of Huntington! on st ite road No. 24 late yesterday afternson. 1 Mr. DeFord died of internal injuries shortly after being taken to the Huntington oounty hospital here. Others injured in the crash were Mrs. DeFord, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gill, and their four children. Joseph, Betty, Robert and Oakline, all of "Wabash, who suffered minor cuts and bruises and shock. ^_ " j .According to passing motor-1 ists, the children suffered . cuts' from flying glass when a number! South and West of bottles carried in the rear of the DeFord autpmobile Ijroke. i HEART AIM PROVES ffllL T" Mrs. Louisa at Home on South West Street Sunday., LAST RITES CITIES REPORT Mrs. Louisa Honnold, 70 years of age, died at- hsr home corner of West arid Adapis streets Sun day morning at being due to a heart attack suffered Saturday evening and from which she could Honnold had beenl for the past year! ' i Parts of the U. S. Show Largest Gain in the Count. while the oth- Opal Honnold . Columbus. Ind.. April 2S.— ;• I Mrs. h. L. Lavetl, 50 years old. of j ; Owensboro. Ky., was killed in- 1 stantly at 4 o'clock yesterday aft- j ernoon, when an automobile I driven by her husband and. in j which a small daushter also was! riding, crashed-headon into a mo-' COMPARISON IS MADE 28.—A j Washington, April tor truck driven bv Frank Cra-if rowth of 22 " 5 Per! cent in popu- hame of this city, five miles north M ation - duri "£ tne | ast ten y ears of here on United States road No.! is shown by the flrst ninety cities of 10,000 or more inhabitants for which enumerations in the 1930 census have been .announced. The country's growth as a 31. Mr. Lavell. his daughter and! Mr. Graham were brought to the City hospital here, where all are; suffering, from serious injuries. 1 not rally. Mrs. in poor health and for! ' the past several weekk her condition was serious. Her daughter Mrs. Earl Reese of Kempton has been at her bedside, al nost constantly for several weeks, er daughter, Miss attended to her dities as principal' of the First Wird school: Friday evening Mrs to .her home. Saturday evenin; Mrs. Honnold suffered an unusually^ severe heart attack and the daughter was summoned here both daughters be: ng at her bedside when the end came. Funeral services are to be held at the Lutheran ihurch in Tipton Tuesday afternoon at .2:30 o'clock andj bur al Fairview "cemetery .Schwann will •con iuct the services. Prior to the funeral the body will lie in state a: South -West street Louisa (Sandmann) onnold Died 1 FAREWELL CLASS PARTY. I. Chester Rector Entertained Graduating Clans of Kempton Schools. TUESDAY The twenty -first annual commencement of the Kempton -high school was held on 'Friday evening at the Kempton Christian church jwith a very large crowd iri; Attendance. An excellent- address ' was_-given by Elmer \ Marshall, an instructor of the Fine Arts College in Indianapolis. Splendid talks were also given by F. L. McReynolds, superintendent of Tipton County Schools and by'j Lee Owens, principal of Kempton -high school who in a very-, pleasing; way presented diplomas to the 19 graduates. The splendid, music was furnished by the Montani Company from Indianapolis. .Following* the exercises the graduating class with their guests entertained at a farewell party at the ! country home of Chester Rector, who is a member of the class. At the close of the evening dainty refreshments of ice cream and cake' were served. Guests present were Vernon Amos, Lois Burgett, Eloise Wheeler, Oren Rector' and Mr. and Airs. Oscar .Rector. Class members present were Edith Amos, Maxine Peters, Marie Floyd, Ruth- Johnson, Frederic' Gossard, Allen Wilson; Herbert' Storms, Charles Fputch, Harold Derrickson, John McMullan, Robrt Reese, Guy Kelly, Nathan Sweet,. Willard Merritt," Mearl Wooliver, Wilson Wheatley and the host Chester Rector. GETTING SETTER General Upward .Swing Is Reported in Latest National SurVey. ' "~"' Dr. ,., .........- • Tba» an. ftw itfonil calomel aiid potaonooa i AU Druggists JSc and 75e red THREE INDICATIONS Washington, .'April 28.—A gen- will be .in Rev. Theo. the home on Following the accident a. pint bottle half filled with alleged whisky was found in front of'the wrecked Lavell automobile, according to investigators of the accident. Muncie, Ind., April 2S.—Mrs. Idona - Mingle, 57 yea'rs*old, of Muncie. was fatally injured about noon here yesterday when she was struck by an ./automobile driven by „Dr. C. L. Boe*k died three hours later. • 1 Sorority President. In the Indianapolis Star 'of Sunday, the presidents of Intiiatta university sororities were listed with thier pictures. p Among the number was Miss Alice Brady, president of Theta Phi Alpha. Miss Brady is the daughter of Mr. and MrSi William H. Brady, north of Tipton. whole in the decade ending, with 1920 was 14.9 per jcent, while in the previous decade ending with lifl'O it was 21 per cent. Growth of the couiatry's urban population, that- is! people living in places of 2,500 or more'inhabi­ tants, showed, fin increase of 25.7 per cent in the decade ending with 1920, and for! the previous decade it was 34.S; per cent. Only one of the country's S j ie \ larger cities has' reported thus far. It is Atlanta, which reported 266,557 people, an increase of 35.6 per ceiat over jl920. . Of the cities thus far reporting, the largest percentages of increase have been shown ; by Ventura, Cal., with 1S6.3 per cent; Lake- laud, Fla., with 130.2 per cent, .and Decatur, Ga., with "121.2 per cent: Cities showing 50 per cent or more increase in the ten years are mostly in the south and west. Honnold was born in Ripley county, January 30, 1860, her erick and Louisa mann, both being Due to Heart Attack. Coroner E. L. Webb,-who conducted an inquiry following' the sudden death one week ago of Rev. S. C. Kinnison, Wesleyan -Methodist pastor, who died in his church, has filed The coroner found death was due to a sudden iheart attack, he having been subject to this trouble. ; A. A. Bridge Deatlst Tipton,' Indian*. : The Jackson school taught by Earl poster closed Friday with a big community dinner in the evening followed by ' a " program of songs, recitations and a play­ let. ..'.'.. \, The dinner and program was attended by. many patrons and visitors the school building being filled. During the'year the attendance at this school has been unusually good and the celebration was a fitting close to a most successful school year. • II:, •MM If Ton Need a Security Loan Or Money to Pay Taxes See . r e Win Maka Loans on Your fjmMnal JACKSON SCHOOL CLOSED. logram and Dinner Held There Friday Afternoon. parents Fred(Roth) Sandborn • in Germany and being among the early- settlers of Ripley j county. The parents resided in this county, both living, here at the time of their death. .They came to Tipton county when the daughter was a small child. In 18S7 she was'united in marriage to Martin' S. Honnold, whose death occurred four years ago in. this city and since that time the mother and the daughter. Miss Opal Honnold resided together. One other child 'of Mrs. Honnold, Paul Frederick, died when small. She is survived by the following brothers !and sisters: Mrs. William: Beck, residing south of Tipton; Mrs. George Schulenborg of this city; Mrs. George Wiggins residing near Cicero and Mrs. William Fish- vogt also of Tipton. John, Henry and Frederick Sandmann of this county are brothers. She is also survived by one grandson," Robert Reese of Kempton, a senior it the Kempton schools. Mrs. Honnold was reared on the Sandmann- homestead southwest of Tipton and after her marriage continued to reside on a farm in this locality until a short time before the death of her husband when they removed to Tipton. She was a splendid Christian woman, being a life -long member of the Lutheran church and was loved by all who knew her. Her passing is a matter of general regret to ! the community in which she Jived for the allotted -three score years and ten. 3tunt Plane Nose Dives Into Spectators From Altitude of Ten Feet. AT FLYING CIRCUS "a I. V. SENIORS. Several From Here Will Graduate At Indium University. Among the Seniors of Indiana university / who will recefve dl plomas soon are several) from this community. From.this city are Miss 'Florence Rlchman,'daughter Mr ; and Mrs; Charles Richman and Hanson 8. Glfford, son of Dr. and Mrs. fianton OIBord Gerald Charles Todd, son of Mr. and Mrs. R.} Todd near Tipton'is another senior to receive «s dlploma.j RajMii yru Ham ;Carrte/ot ^ladfaJl^ia also .fn'the Hat nt ftradaatw3Carl-JU<- LANE IN 7 DEAD, I eral upswing in business" and! in dustry is reported inj a survey by the National Business Survey Conference, made public by Julius H. Barnes, its chairman yesterday. ' ,• : 'I i . The report was given out *;on the eve of the eighteenth annual meeting of the United States Chamber of Commerce, opening here today to discuss the general subject, "What's Ah?ad for Business." The survey is based on reports obtained from virtualy every important line of business and industry. : ! In general,'these reports show: 1,. Large American- industry fully carrying out the construction program forecast when the Man Attacked. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Catey of Peru and Mr. and Mrs.' Orville- Aukerman-of Amboy were in Tipton Sunday- and visited a short time with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thcjmas of West Washington street. Mr. Catey and Mr. Thomas were friends when the two' resldr ed in Ohio. ... conference met last December. 2. A manifest adjustment of production of goods] to current •consumption, j 3. Continued prudent merchandising in retair.distvibqtipnj TAKEN TO MISHA1VAKA Oral Lathshow, Local Barber, Arrested Saturday Afternoon. Fayetteville, Tenn., April 28.—, Seven spectators' among a large rowd gathered here to watch an air circus sponsored by the American Legion post were: Killed and wenty others were injured yes- i :erday as a stunting plane crash- d into the onlookers. The dead: Booney Beard, 14 years old. Kelly Towry, 23. ' ' ._ • Lawrence Smith, 28. Monroe Marbury, 37. Hurley Spray, 26. Marvin Ashby, 30. J. G. Hurlston, 35. Of those injured, doctors said, Wo were expected to' die. They ire Claude Copeland, 30, and J. Douthitt, 75. Little hope was aeld also for the recovery of Nannie May Ortner, 4, and Rose Counts, 25. The plane, piloted by Milton Covert of Columbia, Tenn., fell from a height of about ten feet. Covert and two companions were nearing the landing field when, witnesses said, the ! ship nose lived, crashing into the crowd Handing on a railroad embankment. The pilot and his companions were, not Injured. The parents otuthe Ortner girl, Mr.! and Mrs. Jehn C. Ortner, and another child, jJ B. Ortneiv 10, also were hurt, but not seriously Two Negro boys suffered the loss ot both legs." i f- 9 i ,— : Saturday .afternoon, Chief of Police ' Leonard arrested Oral Lathshaw, barber, employed ;at the Telle shop, at the request of authorities at Mishawaka, and he was placed in jail to await the coming of officers from that city. .! Lathshaw is said to have been wanted for failure to make payments of support as ordered by the courts at Mishawaka and the citation'was issued. He had been emploped'.here for 'several' weeks nd during that time had made many friends, being a good workman and a man who conducted himself in a gentlemanly way. His arrest occasioned no lititle surprise. General Sales at 810.25 Monday !—Cattle Trade Slow: How They Stood. The standing of the six teams in the annual county high school meet-Friday afternoon was as follows: Prairie. 34 points; fXemp- ton, 23; Tipton,'l9; Windfall,12i Sharpsville, 10, and Goldsmith, 1. • Shuck, of the Prairie team, was the high point getteij- of the meet!, taking both hurdle events. Every' town has at least - onb swell) family that finds'comfort in he fact that vulgar old dad can't last much longer. laaaVilaaaa^ -Aaaerteasi IndlanajbHs*'?'; Minneapolis,'6 Louisville, 10; St. PAnl, 6. Coln«iBt |«,i 9; Kansas City, 8 Miltram»e. <; Totoda, Sj (11 Innings.) ^'^ ' * c George's Dairy Tiptoo and Hebbs Quarts 10c ! Pints 6c | Call 39x7 lor Thit Indianapolis, April 2S.'— Be lieved to have been : the victim of a brutal attack William Hefeth, 24 years old, 310 North Davidson street, a taxicab - driver, .was found on the sidewalk under the railroad elevation on East street south of Washington street. - - • Hereth is in a critical condition in the Methodist hospital, suffer-! ing a fractured skull, r— Were Here Sunday. Meeting Tonight. A. W. Dittmore, Who is working on an organization for Tipr ton business men, will • have a meeting this evening jat- the Library at 7.:30 o'clock. All business men are urged to-attend. HOG PRICES STEADY. Indianapolis, Ind., April 28. — Receipts on hogs, 5,000; cattle, 500; calves, 500; sheep, 200. Hog prices early today at, the ldcaj ! live stock market were steady with the general :sales at S10:25; top at $10135;' under­ weights sold at ?10.00 down, and sows at ?9.25 down. . Cattle trading was quiet, little being! sold, calves 50c lower at $10^0 down and s sheep were steady with spring lambs at. $15 down and clipped lambs at $0.00 down. • Chicago, 111., April 2S. — Receipts on'iaogs, 4 ,000; carried over, 1,000; the market was just steady, with the! top $10.15; there were .24 ,000 cattle-and 24,000 sheep. Local Grain Market. (Hobbs Grain Co.) No. 2 Sdft Wheat — .93 Oats —; : , .35 New Corn, No. 4 yellow,. per 100 lbs. : - L 1.00 - Local rroficbe Market. (Moore A Moore) Butter 35c Eggs!— — __.,22c Indianapolis. Produce Market. Eggs—Indianapolis jobbers offer country shippers, for strictly fresh i stock delivered at Indianapolis,! loss, off, 22c a dozen. Poultryr -JobberB \paying^ for fowls, 4% lbs.:up, 22c lb.; Leghorns, 18-19c; roasters, .less than 4% lbs., 20-21c; Leghorns, 14- 17c; sick, cull and humpback poultry not bought; roosters, 8- 12c; j ducks, 8-12c; geese, fu feathered, 8c; guineas, young, $6 a dozen; old, %i; squabs,HI lbs to dozen, 14.60; old -pigeons, 76c a dozen. • Batter—jobbers' selling prices for creamery batter, fresh Arsts; No. 1, 42-4 3c a pound. Butter Tat — Indianapolis buyers are paying 40c a'pound delivered at Indianapolis. . NOTICE. We Have • Well M«ht*d Park r:: tag Space m the Rear of v rOav Store. BARGAIN GROCERY ^Datlol^igO' BoauJiti tV ; ^ ^ \ '.Si" il \ THOR and EASY WASHERS '• Wife Saving Service its B. JTeaTcrsosi Monday, April W, IMPO. or: j !'SITTING PRETTY" FINANCIALLY "!•"• " : - • " j' -' ' ' ' i -r-is the usual condition of the man with a savings account. With such an account there is no fluctuation of- values, no chance of, sudden catastrophe. 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