The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 30, 1930 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, April 30, 1930
Page 5
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'V. •»Mf'-\f '^f MfMf '"VI Mf >.<f Ml » Wf Mf Tonite, Thurs. Mat. 10c,25c Eve, 15c,35c YOU'LL NEVER FORGET 100 chorus beauties in the most spectacular full color' dance numbers ever staged! Love story that ranks with the great romances of the screen! . ,. ' Full color settings twica the size of any on Broadway! Comedy that is too funny for words! The butterfly ensemble. The colossal •'Follies" finale- on a moving stage!! Also Snapshots- of Movie Stars 'See the Man in Person Who Spent Eight Years in the Chicago Underworld as a Gangster, May 9,10 So c i e t y Royal Neighbor Club. Dinner Party. The Royal Neighbor club will enjoy an all day meeting Friday with Mis. Henry Morris at her home on South Union street Kokomo. Every member of the -club is urged to bo present. Take a favorite dish for the pitchin dinner at the noon hour. Modern I'jiscilln. Mr. and Mrs. John Hash entertained Tuesday evening at a delightfully appointed six o'clock dinner party at their home on West North street in honor of the 17th birthday anniversary of their daughter, Miss Mary Margaret Hash. A beautiful birthday cake featured the prettily appointed table. Cnests' with Miss Hash were the Misses Louise Thompson, Dorothy Gerard. Alice Downes, •Eva McCarty and Agnes Bcwlin. Kastcrn Star Work. * 4 The Modern Priscilla club will be entertained Friday afternoon by'Mrs. Ted McKinney at her home in-Windfall at 2:30 o'clock. Members are all asked to be present. RcIlC-kall I»dgf*. Regular meeting of Tipton Rebekah lodge No.. '502 Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock at the. I. O. O. F. hall. All members both pinks and blues are asked to be present again at this meeting that there may be no slump in attendance. Atlanta Chapter No. 430 of the Eastern Star, gave the degree to three candidates Monday evening. A fine evening was spent with visiting members from Tipton, Elwood, Arcadia" and Noblesville. After work a pleasant social time was enjoyed with a delicious pitchin supper. The degrees ,were conferred upon Miss Fraiices and Ruth Barker and Vblai House. Methodist Choir Physical Training Directors to Present Exhibitions at the Gym. PUBLIC IS INVITED FOR SALE Beautiful Starr grand piano that .is just like new on which almost one-half of purchase price has been paid. We-would prefer transferring the account to some reliable party, giving the full benefit of money paid. Please send references "and we will advise where piano can be seen. Address C. I. SHIRLEY : | . The choir of the Kemp Metho| (list church will meet^ at the 1 church' Thursday evening promptly at 7:30 o'clock for rehearsal. ' It is urgent that every member be i present in - preparation for the i special Mother's Day program to ! be given Sunday May 11th. Jollycttc Club. Box 145. Kokoino, Ind. I There will be no meeting of the i Jollyette club this week. Meni- I hers will .please' take notice. You,Are Invited to an Opening of ... - i Ethyle Nay Dresses Thursday, May 1 Crepes, Georgettes, and Prints at Popular Prices tampion Hat & Beauty Shoppe Under the direction of John \V. Ward, boy's physical director, and Miss Esther Elliott, girls' physical training director and super of physical training in _Jthe grades,, and exceptionally fine program in exhibition of the work accomplished by the Tipton schools during the year will be given at the gym Friday evening, opening at 7:30 o'clock. More than 1,000 pupils in the schools will have part in the exhibition, including the tiny tots in the kindergarten, to the members of the senior class.' The program, which is a varied one, should be attended by every patron of the school in apprecia- tioli of the splendid work done through the. year! in this department by directors, teachers and pupils. A small admission fee will be charged at .the. door to defray some necessary expenses. Following is the program: Sel- lehgcrs Round, first ward; Maypole Dance, high school girls; The "Rheumatiz,*"" third ward^ Did You Ever See-a Lassie, kindergarten; The Gardener, Hickory Hickory Dock, first ward; Taffy Was a W.elchman, Come Let Us Bo Joyful, : Chehogar, third ward Dutch Couple Dance, first ward; Norwegian Mountain March, junior, high girls; Boys' Drill Team, junior high; Pop Goes the Weasel, high school girls; Diiet Clog, Lela and Letha Coppock^ formal exercises, junior high girls; calisthenics, senior hig.h boys; solo, Marjorie Maines; dance for girls, senior high girls; tumbling, senior high hoys; Happy Spirits, senior high girls; pyramids and drill by senior high- boys. Musical accompanists are Grace Grinstead, Miss Dalton, Gretchen Foster, Louise John, Lucile Burdge and Marie McCreary. GETTING PARK READY. New Custodian Preparing for the Usual Summer Activities. Iicsion Auxiliary. Custodian Cal Boldon at the city park, : is getting the grounds and equipment" ready for the.usu­ al summer activities and the park presents a-pretty appearance. The grounds have been raked and the brush all carried away, there being a . large quantity caused/by the severe sleet storm. The equipment is being overhauled and. repairs made where necessary and this will be placed in position at once. The big gasoline mower is at work on the lawns, this being ho small part of the work of caring for the grounds during the summer season. More family reunions and other meetings are scheduled for the park this' season than ever before. In addition to these the an nual rally day services of the different churches will be held at I ilia', park'as usual this season and sonic noted speakers will be here_. v The-park this season will also be -the meeting place of several big political meetings and some of the well known politicians of the state will be here. Arrangements are being made to have Congressman Fred ' Purneil, representative in congress and a candidate for re-election, will deliver an address at the park during the summer. RAY i'HB TIPTON DAILY TKlBBNEj^ SERVICES. Funeral of Arcadia Physician Be Held at Zionsville Friday. Funeral Charles C. Ray, whose death be- curred at his be held at the to SAYS KOKOMO WANTED MEN. for Dr. home in Atlanta early Wednesday -morning, wjll Christian church!at Traders. Point five , miles south Friday afternoon [at trial" will be ,in the WAS OPERATED. I'rof. Will Smith, of Ehvood in Methodist, Hospital. There will be the regular mect- aux- f ing of the American Legion iliary Thursday evening ~-at the Legion headquarters in the armory at 7:30 o'clock. It is specially urged that eyery member be present. . Following the business session bridge and euchre will be played. iprof. Will Smith, of the Elwood city schools, was/operated Wednesday morning at the Methodist hospital in Indianapolis, and so far as known, he came through the operation in very good shape. He has been at the hospital for the past three wfieks "under observation and treatment. Mrs. Smith, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Rosenthal, was at the .hospital with him at the time of the operation. The Smith home at Elwood. is under quarantine- for scarlet fever, their daughter Marjorie having the disease. Mrs. Simon Rosenthal, of. near Tipton, is at 151- wood assisting in the care of her granddaughter. Prof. Smith is afflicted with diabetes and for several weeks' has been dangerously ill. At'times during his illness it was feai;cd he could not survive. He has been a portly man, but his illness has cut his weight to approximately 100 pounds. of Zionsville, 2 o'clock. B Zionsville cemetery, Traders Point was the boyhood home of Dr. Ray, who practiced medicine in Arcadia for 38 years he being, born there February 2, IS70. His parents Cheslea and Elizabeth Rav were early settlers in that community. Thirty-eighi years ago Dr. Ray was united in marriage to Miss Lusa A. Smith of Lebanon, and the widow and. two sons survive Charles Cheslea Ray of Fairland and Eugene Ray, a. dentist, of Noblesville.'Dr: and Mrs. Ray came to Arcadia shortly after, their marriage and resided- there until a few months ago when they removed to Atlanta. Dr. Ray was a member of the Masonic lodge' and of the Knights of Pythias and for thirty-four years was a member of the Arcadia Christian church. Taken to Home. afternoon an am- Indianapqlis a} •FOUND AT ROCHESTER. Bridge Club. The Wednesday o/ening. bridge club was entertained Tuesday evening at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Hanson Gilford on West Washington street,ithe usual club features being enjoyed. Mrs. Duncan Smith, of Winchester, was an out of town guest. James E. Ayres, of the.Smith Lumber Company, 'was an Indianapolis business visitor Wednesday. Bee Supplies Everything ior the Bee lives, ScctitRS, F onlation, Ex* tractors, Etc* J ., GETOURPEIGES . SATUFAOTKHT See physical training exhibit at gym, Friday, 7:30 p! m.; 10c and 20c admission. '. " c-180 Euchre party, Moose hall, Wednesday night.". 1 c-179 Gradnation Gifls WHETHER it is! the gift of* a watch or :diamond, or lesser gifts of silver or jewelry, or if it is jart i^rd yon; nay expect j^best seV lection and most wit-V able tiiingi at — Two Young Girls Fijoni Ehvood Started For Rent on Harbor. Tuesday Chief of Police Leonard received a call from the Elwood police department asking him to be oil the lookout for two young, girls, one 12 and the other 13 who were missing from their'home in that city. The chief watched all cars.going through Tipton but did not find the missing girls. Tuesday night he was notified they had been located at Rochester and were'being held for relatives who!went there after them. The girls had cut school and were hitch hiking to Benton Harbor, Mich., where the father of one is employed. Returned Home. Wednesday bulance from I'ved in Tipton and remoyed Mij Wairen Baker from the home pf Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Plake North Conde street, to her home at 4 024 Southeastern Ave., Indianapolis. Mrsj Baker who was hurt badly, in the crash on the Range Line rjoad Monday nigljt, sustained a badly broken right I I arm, the bone being pushed through the flesh. She also suffered a severe scalp wound, and her tongue was luidly bruised the member being swollen and discolored. j Leroy Plake. who rendered assistance to the injured persons on the night of the crash, took Mr. and Mrs. Baker to his home after their injuries were dressed. Tuesday Mrs. Cora Baker and her daughter JMrs. Mary Brown, visited the injured persons. Warren Baker who suffered lacerations on his legs and face, is pretty sore but has been able to be up and care jfor his wife while she was at the; Plake home. With Toile Shop. George. Evans, \vh;> has been employed in Tipton shops on previous; occasion^,- has taken a position with the Tolle barber s,hop and hojlding a front chair in that establishment. Mr. Evatis for some time' has been working at Sharpsville.l He is an expert barber and has the reputation 6t being a careful workman in this lino. ' .. I i ' Homo From Hospital. the Young i ambu- Indianapolis and William Schaill J Wednesday ! lance was at brought Mrs! from the Methodisf hospital to her home'on West Madison street. i | i i Mrs. Schall who. was operated three weeks s.go, is making |a splendid recoyery and the -trip home did not tire- her. She was glad to be a.ble to leave the hosf pita). Mr. Sithall "went to Indianapolis with the ambulance and accompanied his wife home •I- Mrs. Will Goodrich, Mayor Ross, wife and daughter and Mrs. Duncan Smith, of Winchester, who Tipton Tuesday and Wednesday, returned homo Wednesday evening. Mayor Ross was looking after business in Tiptom and Muncle and -the ladies w.'e, attending the sessions of the Mun- cic Presbyterial meeting at the! •First IJresbyterian church: . ;>j Mrs. Smith also visited with a: number, of old friends; who were! clad to greet her. Mr. and Mrs. 1 Smith were former .Tipton reitl-l deuts Masonic: Notice.: 1 stated- meeting ; .:j »f5AuBt!a=---Loiw l l EXTRA SPECIAL. A thousand Tip Top Reds; hatched Monday, $9.00 per hundred while they last. TiPr ton Hatchery. c-lgO Prosecutor States He Was Told They Had Case Against Purvis. Prosecuting'Attorney A. . W. Bolton was. greatly surprised .to read that Glen " ; Hillis, Kokomo Prosecutor had stated he tried to turn the confession of James Hickman regarding, the sale of stolen wire over to ; himan'd that ,it had'not been accepted.! ' Mr. Bolton-says the only .confession regarding the transaction' involving Tedam Purvis, that he-knows of, was one made by Floyd Jumper convicted of r .theftv ofwire along with Hickman and now serving a. sentence - at'-' the ' reformatory. This confession was sent here by Prosecuting. Attorney Hillis. ..-''-.'• .- , ' The Tipton official states that when the arrests of Purvis, Hickman and Jumper were made, the Kokomo officials insisted on taking the men, stating they had a strong case of conspiracy against Purvis and if they could not hold him on the charge of receiving stolen goods would prosecute the charge of conspiracy to commit a felony. The Tipton official says he supposed this .was the charge on which Purvis was to be tried, un-'j til he read the story alleged' to j have been told by : the Howard County Prosecutor.; regarding the matter. • . : •' Attorney Bolton says he is ready at all times to act; and would have had charges preferred against Purvis; long ago : had not the Kokomo authorities been so certain they ' had a case against the man and insisted on holding him at that place'. Mr. Bolton oh reading the .story called Prosecuting Attorney Hillis by telephone and says the Kokomo official denied having stated he tried to turn the Hickman 1 confession over to him, and stated he . could not remember just what ho said to the Kokomo paper carrying the story. . C PA R T M I N T • f T O ft 116-113 South Main Street, Tipton. | ^^000^ Muslin Is Used in Homes All Over the Countryl UHlions of borne: :nik(ii know the sturdy quality of | "Honor" Muslin and, find that it nib every lone of their house* j hold requirements. I "Honor" -' Muslin b . our . own trade-marked brand. H inches wide, bleached. 39 <nches .wide, unbleached. lc a Yard •l-H CLXJB CAMP. County Agents And Vocational Teachers Plan For Outing.' A number or county agents and vocational teachers from this section of the state went to Alexandria Wednesday evening for a conference to make preliminaryj Returning From Florida. plans for k 4-H club camp this] ; ' summer. Last year the camp was ( Gordon C. Hadley of Windfall held near Frankton. ' j has received word from his par- Those invited to attend the! ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hadley, meeting from this county are:! who have been spending the win- Ann Van Horn of Sharpsville,: te r in Florida, that they in com- Carroll Blount of Tipton, J. B.! pany with Mrs . Da isy Zeek, will Oyler of Kempton, Ruth Richards! i eave PaIm Beach Thursday for of-Windfall and Mary Hobbs of; tneir home at -windfall. They will Hobbs. . . | ma jjp the trip by train arid Mre. •*• ' Zeek who has been with them in Little Improvement. • Florida'during the winter will re- j turn as far as her home at Rich- Georpo Rafns of this "city has: mond - Mr - and Mrs - Hadle^r were received a card from his brother both in P oor health when they Dave Rains, who. was taken to: Ieft Windfall early last ;winter the Robert Long Hospital at In-i b «t they have both improved diaiiapolis several days ago. The^'Breatly and are feeling well, card states that the brother is ho better than when he left Tip- tOn aud is growing very weak. David Rains is 67 years of age and has been suffering stomach and bowel trouble, with indications of appendicitis. May Breakfast. Final decorations were com- from' f- leted Wednesday for the May breakfast to Be given Thursday m.. by Dr. A. E. Burkhardt was called to Russiaville Wednesday for a | morning from 5:30 to 9 aj I the Standerford class of the West ! i Street Christian Sunday school. Luth- See "Now Adolf," consultation with a physician of> 6 ran- school, Wednesday, at that place over, a patient. . I 7:45 p. m. C -179 * i^UH WHQIiE world seems transfixed. l^ef are tti |j|biyins; new and waxy leaves, laiiijfe ^ the meadow .... bees- are dnM|^ ^ theand yon are longing to get. out^aM drive, aimleu miles aiibfrniiesi It is theii that yon will naturally torn '^^g|^^:^iBon and teH the attend- ant.tbVfiVymir car wiUi f aaoHne. What a dav y^t ^l ^Jdlinf down the by-roada or f^tfB-'iWofclftaV4H/• .an* mW :

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