THE TIPTON DAILY THIBUNB PAQE.THREE Wairie Farewell iMrty. Tipton Mnsicale. JkU that you've ever hoped for in entertainment— romance, color, music, dancing,* singing, spectack-. society drama, comedy and" much more in one plrtiirc. THE IJKST Of KVKUYTIIIXG * I 1 With JOE E. BROWN, who can't make his feet behave and ALEXANDER GRAY, who can't jmake his heart behave, and Pert Kelton, Ford Sterling TrRoy • . Barnes, Jack Duffy- j ' • . ' Nearly $100.00 in Prizes Given Away May 9 and 10 , The Senior,class of. Prairie high school decided to have one] more "get-to-gether" to mark the close of their high school days. After the commencement exercises Saturday evening, each member of the senior class motored to Kokomo and were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lineback, 1832 S. LaFontaine' street. A theatre party comprised a part, of the evening's entertainment, also, games, mu -i| sic, and the telling- of past experiences of school days. At a late hour, refreshments of cocoa, date pudding with whipped cream and wafers were served. The |"dining table was graced by a pure Irish linen lace .cloth and, in the •center, a large -boquet of American Beauty rosebuds, j At quite an unexpected mo! ment, the president' of the senior class, in behalf of the members of the class, presented Mrs. Lineback a beautiful green satin btid- j spread with a large sunburst pillow as a token of their appreciation for her.services as the sponsor of the class and the director of their class play. Although a little overcome by/such a pleasant surprise, Mrs^""LineJb"ack assured every member, that it had been quite an appreciated*! gift, also, quite a pleasure to have had the opportunity of working with: such, a jolly group of boys and girls. , ., Those that were present to enjoy the party?were as follows: Class Members—Donald Cardwell, Bernard Mitchell, Lowell Collier, Arthur Davenport, Everett Hilligoss, Edna Higglris, Paul Grimmie, "Mary Ellen Lindley, Olas Quakenbush, Leon Dear- ingeri Luther Dislion, . Theflna Ruth Ludwig, Lawrence Curtis, arid Herman Gray. Guests: Miss McReynolds, principal, Elizabeth Harlow, Irene Gross, Thelma Tudor, Anna Mae Adams, Richard Ramseyer, Olive Miller, Rachel Wooldridge," Mildred Miller and Mary Shuck. The -Tipton Musicale was entertained Monday evening at the home of Miss Bertha Lutz on North Conde street,'«with members and guests to' enjoy an exceptionally fine program of music .and study, 'fchis program was in charge of Mrs. Frank Russell. The study period for the. evening was devoted 'to French, Italian and, Spanish Composers. Featuring this Miss' Josephine Surratt gave a list of composers, and brief biographical sketches of the outstanding in the list with their compositions. Following this introduction Miss Lutz rendered a. TAKEN TO IXiJIAXAPOIilS. IMPROVING APPLECnOFTV Body of Accident Vtctlii. Will Be.J.Mlss Neva Smith Adding ;to Con. Buried in That City.' arise; she is o G i e t y Study Club. . .)••• Tuesday morning an ambulance from Indianapolis w ,as in Tipton I and took .the body of Mrs. Anna Nutter to the home of Charles E-. Hosteller; 4017 Southerland Aye. where it will await the! arrival of the daughter '.Mrs. James Woodman of- PhilHpsburg, N. j., after which funeral arrangements will be made.: Mrs. Nutter iwasr killed in an accident on the Range Line road Monday evening.j in which several others were injured: beautiful hard number .from the! - !Mrs " C ' E ' H °** e H a niece of French composer DeBeauf. Other'" 16 dead woman who was jncon- program features included' two voice numbers, "Because" from "Jocelyn" by Goddard and "Believe Me If All Those Endearfftg Charms"; a reading "The German Governess" "by Miss Betty Compton; and a harp number "The Volga Boatman" by Mrs. Herbert Morris" who responded to an encore with a voice .number "Mighty Lak a Rose." Mrs. Charles Martz , brought the Musicale, a very, splendid and interesting report of the recent convention of the .Indiana Federation, of Music clubs, in session at Indianapolis. Among the out of town, guests for the evening- were" Mrs Blanche Holman • Zehner, Miss Pauline Nickey and Miss Evelyn Dorothy Messmore of Chicago, Illinois. Mrs. Zehner gave a talk of the ^recent conference of Music Supervisors in Chicago which she attended: Among the former Tipton, people whom Mrs. Zeljner met at "this conference were |Mr. and Mrs. Harris Vail, Mr. and venlcnces of Inn. '•I V ' - • r—— ; [ -Miss Neva j Smith, proprietor of .Applecroft, southwest of Tipton 6n_ Road 31; is making further improvements at this popular highway: inni ,. Workmen have .begun on the ~ excavation for a | basement under the building^and is soon as this is under way a modern pultnan kitchen - will be added to tie rear of present station adding much to the convenience of IMiss Smith and her assistants in caring for the public. '[- Applecroft, fs one. of the most beautiful • and popular 'places scions for many fours' following ^ n j ghway> ^ ground3 the accident regained conscious- and j buildim3 being . --especially ness Tuesday morning) and con- aea utiful and it is also one of the ; versed with relatives. She is.seri-. most j popular places' along the ously hurt-but the attending phy- highway,, sician states that unless some un Shockney also attended ' the meeting.' - ':• Misses Clara and l Mbllie Trimble spent Sunday with Mr. -and Mrs.^ay Woodruff at Tipton.' i 'Among: those from a distance, attending the' alumni banquet Saturday evening were: Miss Isa- btelle-Hartley of DePauw University^ Robert Bon Durant of South,'Berid, Virgie. and Verlon McNew of Gary, i -. -Mr.', and' Mrs. Porseen complications will recover fully. Mrs. Warren Bakerj jured in the crash who was taken to the home of Leroy Flake, is getting along as well as -could be expected and Mr. and Siller of North East, both improving'' satisfactorily. Mrs. Miller was a sister of the woman killed. 'Tuesday morning all of the accident sufferers were given* tetan At the Ititz. .also Mrs. John Istreet are Ilii-tliday Dinner. The study club of the Tipton Art Association met Monday afternoon for final meeting of the club year at ihe library. Mrs Minnie Pharos jsecretarj- of the county federation of clubs spoke concerning a Kale of towels made by blind women of the country, sponsored by lite state federation •of clubs. The towels will be on sale at the county meeting May 1st and after that at Leatherman's store.. Mrs. Morris leader of the afternoon 's study opened the program with a few introductory remarks after whi-."h Mrs. Winnie Nash gave a very well planned and instructive discussion of Edward McDowell the composer. To the .life history she added humorous incidents frnm life which were highly interesting. Mrs. Ebert Allison read ,a sjilendid paper on the work's ^of aiward McDowell who is the tonejmaster of America, the mas ter'of classical form of •! piano composition. ' : i Alta Mmint rendered wlfB 'feel- jSlnK'Ywo of McDowell 's selections taken from the "Fireside Tales'.' • group. - . ' . A trio composed of Mrs.; Her- •bert Morris,.Mrs. John BuTkhardt and Mrs. Horace Matthews sang pleasingly "To a Wild Rose" by McDowell. i /Mrs. Gi G. Davis announced a tea-to be given some -time- in mid-summer at her invited the club members to her country home for the 'opening meeting of the next club year, the first .week in October. The meeting closed, with the general feeling that the year's work had been most worth while. i Pleasantly Surprised. \ i Mr. and Mrs. Norman Webb were pleasantly reminded of the anniversaries of their births Sunday at their beautiful country home near WindfalPwIien a number of the relatives and friends came with w;ell filled baskets to spend the day with them. The birthday of Mrs. Webb was the twenty-fifth and the birthday , of Mr. Webb was the twenty-ninth of April. j The table was laden with plenty of choice eats with a large angel food' cake forming the centerpiece. I Those present to enjoy the 6c- casion were: Mr. and Mrs. A, J. [Webb, Greentown, Mr. and Mrs. [Milt Thrawl, Frank Hinds and family, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Johns and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy [Smith and-Aubrey Hinds all of El wood, Leo Webb' and family of Herbst, wj V. Ware and family of Jonesborio, R. ; E. Riley and family of Sway«ee and Mr.. and Mrs. Harold Weagint of Marion and Mrs. Sydney- Doggett. Idle Hoar Club. ' liotne fo memoers ; at which timej the pro ugtmar^tttn: bo ready: i ' K : r . • *• f.«lill*sjy [5ord^ Mrs. A. N. Coy. was-hostess to the'Idle Hour Euchre club Monday evening at her home 216 East North street, the members all being present to' enjoy the evening. Mrs. Freil' Lord was the winner of the high score price and Mrs. the Hallie Coleman of tlie 2nd high prize. At the close of the games' the hostess served v lovely re-! ,0 You Are Invited to an Opening of us anti-toxin, as against lockjaw. If was the intention the injured parties to Tuesday evening, if ing physician judged precaution to take their home the attend- were they Mrs. E. J.. Gatwood, Mrs. Tasa| apo ij s arrived in Tipto'n last night able to be moved. Relatives of the injured ones are a!t their bedside. Mr. and Mrs: Harold Entwistle, of 28.South Holmes .A've., Indian- L A very happy birthday dinner was given Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Shuppard north.of Tipton, which -was given in honor of two birthday anniversaries in the. family. The birthdays honored were of Mrs. Shuppard in celebration of her GOth anniversary" and, of the son Frank 'Shuppard! in celebration of his 36th anniversary. A big birthday dinner at the-noon hour featured the day. - / Those present to enjoy the wonderful dinner served'andHhe~|~- day's happy associations were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arbuckle of Kokomo, -Mr. and Mrs.' Frank Shu)i pard and chIldreiu_Mr. and JMrs. Roy Shuppard "and children, north of Tipton_, Mjr- and Mrs. Hershel Shuppard arid children-^ Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Edwards and son Johnnie, Ralph Shuppard, Virgil • Shuppard and Shirley Shuppard and children of Indianapolis, Clarence Hoover, Cecil Goodnight, Mrs. Alice Winnett and Jimmie-V-awter of Tipton.. > There were 31 present for the dinner. All departed at a late hour wishing Mcs.t ShupparS and Frank many more such happy anniversaries. \ Sandbank Ladies Aid. The, Ladies Aid society of the Sandbank Christian church will be entertained^ Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Hoover at 2:00 o'clock. Every, /member urged to be present. Business of importance. Prenent Day Club. The Present Day clnb wily- be entertained Thursday • afternoon at theTiome of Mrs.^./F. Leavell 221 North* West street, at: 2;30 if »1€ o'clock.. iE very fmember pected ,to-be present.- : Haw Wccoirered. - '•Si Love arid Mrs. Frank Vawters. Miss Nickey also gave a short talk of her work in Chicago.' During the evening the Musicale had an interesting business session in which the new officer;? were -elected for the year. The officers are Mrs. Herbert Morris, president; Mrs. H. S. Matthews, vice-president and Mrs.' Victor Camren, .re-elected secretary treasurer. There was a vote of thanks to the retiring , officers Mrs..Charles Martz, president and Mrs. S. D. Groves, vice-president, for 'the very splendid and successful year they have just completed, one of the best years in the history of the musicale. A delightful social hour followed the meeting and program and lovely refreshments were served by Miss Lutz assisted by| her mother, Mrs. Harry Lutz. and are assisting -in;,| caring; for. the injured". Mr., Entwistle is a son of MTS . John Miller by a former marriage. | Attended, Concert, ."' Under,, the personal direction of Albertina; Rasch, famous dance 'eacher,-the jJJbertina Rasch ballet girls danced before cameras and ; microphones for "Sally." Marilyn Miller's Firkt National ind Vitaphone picture at the Ritz Theatre Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday. . The thirty-six' girls of .this famous ballet appear, in.the spectacular theatre sequences, along with; seventy-two First National- contract dancers and several ;cores of show girls^ \A Vitaphone >rch'estra of 110 played the-bal- et music, under the direction of Leo Forbenstein. , Mi. Mme. Rasch originated ;ome entirely new dance routines 'or this picture, and - weeks of practice : were spent by the young adies of the ballet before tfhe first scene was made. , . "Sally" is adapted from Miss Miller's greatest musical cpriiedy mccess, and is entirely in Technicolor. , ' .. Paul Thomas, of Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Cou'ch of 'Mooresville, Miss Delight Miller of Tipton, Mr. and Mrs. Olen Van Horn. of Purdue university and Mr. and Mrs Brewer of Indianapolis, j Wilbur.Shook who holds a po-*[ sition with, the John Deere Im plement Company of Indianapolis apd his. friend, . Miss Margaret •McClure of Milan were the week end guests of Rev. and Mrs. Albert Shook and _attended the ahimrii banquet Saturday evening. „; -' iMr'. ; and Mrs. Jerome Day of jLajwrence were the Sunday guests iofl Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Day. Mrs |BJ B. .Perry of Kokomo was also [the week end guest of her parents. . - ^ 'Mr.' and Mrs. Charles Bailey, entertained the following guests at. a delightful dinner party'at theS - country home Sunday: Rev; and Mrs. H. H. Elmore of Crawfordsville, Mr. and Mrs. John Cook, Miss Nellie.Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Hdrold Wilburn and daughter of iywood arid >fj-. and Mrs. jlohn Brankre. | Mr. arid Mrs: Herman Smith htsrtained. a number of .relatives Bath Towels Soh—Aimxbcat The towd pile always teems to disappear. as if by magk when the family filk t hs mer needs. I Be ready with a plentiful supply! White .. or colored borders. Inch ,19c Inch 23i 18 x 36 22 x 44 J.C. PENNEY CQ ^' i - . ! 116-118 ^out'h Main St. Dlrich and $U. T. HearinR. •Mr. and Mrs. S. L A.'.W. Charles returned Mondaj frqni Cincinnati, where they visiir 'Anderson, Ind., . April 2.9 ed:since Saturday wiLh Miss Ro- Judge Carl Morrow jot JVIadison berta-UIrich, who^is a violin stu- Circuit court yesterday set May dent at the Cincinnati conserva- 19 as the date for a hearing.dri to-ry of music. Sundiy afternoon the! petition filed of Arthur W. they attended one of |the splendid Brady, receiver for the .Union concerts sponsored.by the conser- Traction Company,-asking for an See "Now Adolf," Lutheran school,: Wednesday, a-. 7:45 p. m. ! c-17'.) Mrs. Lbtt»e l*gjfc of ltfortfr Mailt street, » WM >abl«' to return to lac I duties afbookkeepkr at ths COBIB^ ton '•;**8onsh«r4jnWf ? aton.3lqkg m gh Dry Hon.-Tves 10c ]b Wed.-Thurs.-Fri / Minimom 75c Wet Wash ' Xon.-Tnes 6c lb. Minhanm 75c i|< - : Wed.-Thurs.-Fri. . v .4c lb. '4t' ... wi< y - Minimum 50c. i &kj- Uv 5cm vatory in which an orchestra composed of more' thanfseventy-nve | pieces gave the program. N Students for the concerts are chosen from Uie ranking high hon- accounting and settlement- . of claims and liens and an order for sale of the property.' W. H. Free, Anderson,, was the only dissenting attorney in court or students., Miss Ulrich, and I yesterday He said his 'firm reprer Miss Harriett: Harding,' of Tiptori, | daughter of Mr." and Mrs. W. T., Hardine, of North Conde street,; are both 'honor students and| played in the.orchestra. Miss. Ulrich,! violin, 1 and -Miss Harding, cello^ Miss Ulrich is ja.student of| violin, piano and viola. serits a number of bondholders who have not enterpd-the'agree ment that has been made for settlement of claims. - Splendid School Record Sale of Towels Miss (Alice Fillenwlarth, the 7- year-old daughter of Mr^ and Mrs. Henry Fillenwarth who reside in the southeast part | of Tipton Cbunty, has an unusual school record of which she is very proud - The Tipton County Federation it Clubs is sponsoring the annual sale! of • towels made by.the blind women of the state (n their, home; "hei industry giving each womair i small income. The State Fed- 3ration of Clubs for Women Ms sponsoring this - workthy department in their work. . The towels will be on-display in the Leatherman windows. /The Alice, who is in the second grade at school and an honprnupH hasj^-; ^ouW Federation has % made 100% on her written spelling lessons each day of the. school; hundred of these towels. Last year the- district sold- overr $400 year; She is the youngest pupil in worth of towels her- class/ Miss Geneva Major is teacher of the school and is also -justly proud of her little pupil's record, M Arm Was Fractured. The school term closed Friday :>. • ••• I • •> .• t : • • after a very successful ;year "I . | Morris Long, of Kirklin, ' who was sttjiick on the arm by the , crank of a tractor Saturday, was There was a big dinner; at tho at Frankfort Monday for an X r noon hour of. patrons and pupils ray|examination. It was,revealed and a^ne.program was given ,in that v the arm was 'broken above the Afternoon. There jwere 33 pu- thej wrtet and the man was given pita ienrollsed' through the : ;vear. surgical attention and the. average attendance s was •>•••. - • and friends; Sunday in honor of tiie birthday of;Mrs. Smith. Those present to enjoy the day were: Mrs. La.v-ina Smith of Greentown, George Jamerson • and family, Dave Reese and family, Leonard Flynn and family all of, Kokomo and Miss Ruth Reed of West Liberty.. Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Naden of St. Anne 111., and Miss Jeanette Leisure of Taylor University •were'the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Leisure. Buhl Hoyer who is- with the National C'asii Register Compauy lins been transferred from Cfci- i'cinnati to Minnesota. Mrs. Hoyer ami son Robbie are. the guests of Dr. and -Mrs / Bv V. Chance. W. Johnson and family of Indiana- noljs"who spent* the week end it the Chance heme returned home Sunday. Thev April meeting of the B:'in • tist'--Mission. Circle was held Thursday - afternoon at the beautiful country home of Mrs. Guy Trimble- with a splendid attendance of the members being, present.- Meeting opened with a devotional period that was led by Mrs. John Brankle with prayer by \Jrs.. Rolla Smith of Tipton. Short talks were given by Mrs. Grace Railey. Mrs. Minnie Brankle, Mrs.; Ellen Mitchell,- Mrs. Blanche- McCain. Little Marilyn Francis entertained with a reading- and ,daijity refreshments were served by the hostess. ^The May nfeetlng will be hetd at the home rof Mrs. Edwin McCain. • Mr. and Mrs.. Harry .Ray and Frederick Mitchell of Indianapolis spent' the week end with Mr. and Mrs. John Terwilllger. Mr. and Mrs. Ray were accompanied home by Miss Janet -1 and Charles Mitchell who-will spend the summer-with their mother, Mrs. Lola Mitchell. - Sunday guests at the home of Mr. . and • Mrs. -Walter Leisure were Mrs: Jennie Donson and son Fred of Kokomo, Xyndell Leisure and-family, Aubrey Leisure and family and Ernest Armstrong and family., v Mr. and Mrs. Virsril Daugherty of Anderson iwere the Saturday supper guests of Rev. and Mrs! Albert Shook. ; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lott were called to Anderson Thursday by the death'of Miss Irene Singleton who was betrothed to Ilenjami^i Noel Walsh a nephew of Mr. amlt Mrs. Lottl' Rev. P. B. Smitli con|- d-ucteri the funeral service a*. 7 o'clock in the evening in ordpr that the girl friends from thp Remy factory could attend. Misli Singleton was bookkeeper at the Remy factory before her heal'Ii failed. The body was taken t'p Cleveland, O 1 ., their former home for burial. Mr. Walsh atte.n-lejtl the funeral and burial at Clevi- land. Rev. and Mrs. M. V. Grisso -if Ligonier have r<>rnrne:l'iionie after attending the pommenrcmei t exorcises and being the guests <i' Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dennis and soir Wayne the latter being a member of the graduating rla.-n. The small son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Patterson is ill. carrying a high temperature and is threatened with pneumonia. j iMiss Helen Trout of Tayhir University spent the wer-k end with her mother, Mrs. No Trout. Morton Losey and family. Carl good. WINDFALL. VMtedHere -Hi W. I. -Cue \ aged f Windfall |esi- l !• 1 ' v }].» ^ ^ |denjt.w.ho has^i»nt the winter at Raymond ttaAer<shd, 'family stijEefe^urk; Fiprlda.'Vetufned returned 1 to t their JhMue in Chal- io^hla' ( lio'me here Saturday. Each- gners Tuesday- after? visiting *'y*Jt Mr, Cut* spends the winter Retherford and family and ftr arid Mrs. Albert Shook were t Sunday gueks of Mr. and Mijs. Ira Melson. Mrs. Ed |_Ludwig who spe; the week with her son Arth Ludwig and family has return home. Miss Portia Oyler of Galveston came Wednesday arid spent t remainder of the week with M Katherine Hinshaw. Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Davis Tipton were the Sunday guests W. R. Hinshaw and family. Airs. J E. Fulwider of Greejn; town was the Tuesday guest Mrs. R. L. Wilson. Miss Mary Teters of WeStfiejId was the week end guest of Jesj Shockney and family. he «ss r M. HAAS & SONS i i Clothing! and Furnishinffj Dr. E. L Chiropractor Office Over Bine Front Corner JesTenon and Mahi. Phon^- 64. Tiptoa Max Grots •. i "Tlie Store tor Dad and Lad." H9M8 Bee Evcrythtaj l«r Ibe Bee Keeper B .v«, Seettsas. F.^»... Ex- '
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