The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 6, 1930 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, May 6, 1930
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V The Greatest Outdoor Classic Ever Heard on the Talkirg Screen—All Talking TONIGHT Wed. tfctiirft. APRiL FAILURES ARE NUMEROUS For the first tiinc: ed theme of early days is brought to yclu onl ing screen. You hensf everything! _ The bellowing of ejiltlc in • of the round-up! edy .chatter of th<t "punchers:" All (lit dramatic inoiiii'iils of IVister novel mid plaj jA great red-blood- |Amcr|ican pioneer the all talk- Also an AH Talking Lloyd Hamilton, Comedy TOOT SWEET* Mat., 10c and 25c the lieloved OXven JEVC, 15c and 35c the mad stampede The convulsive' com- broncho - riding big omantic and TBI TIPT6H TBIBTJN» PACK TBBSp Largest in Number for the Month on Record, But Less Than in March, LIABILITIES ARE DOWN ! s o C 1 e Auxiliary Minting. t y The Ladies" Auxiliary •i :f It. T. enjoyed ah exleptionally lino meeting Monday evening With Mrs. H. C. Alspaugh at hex ihome on Mill street. During the evening two candidates werk: given the initiatory work, Mrs. B -uce Poyle and Mrs. James Robinson. A committee compos: d ofj Mrs. Mary Byrnes. Mrs. Haijel Russell mid Mrs. Leo Norris wii ed by. the president to hall for meetings of thel Mr. and Mrs. Rube Bogan who | reside in the Albright community s appoint. j southwest of Tipton entertained j Sunday at dinner at their home, auxiliary.' 311 *' a ; n ' J i Mrs - John Conley and The special dispensation granted' family, Ed Conley and his moth- •llie organization to meet in t"iej er - Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moon and homes during Ihe winter" will end! family. Miss Pauline Moon, Miss rs wjll be | Aliciai gaton and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Perkins of Kokomo, Ad- Green of Muncie, Lige Gray, June 1 and oilier quart secured. The mystery box of tie eveninj was won by Mrs. Wilhjur Itlobin; son. The next meeting May 2(1. with -Mrs. "William sell, on North Main sj the close of the session i nan jand Homer Gray of Goldsmith [will lje on !;,,„] Miss Maxine Eaton of Koko- Rus " j mo were afternoon guests. As Alspaugh served, light refreshments. Itirthday Surprife. Relatives and neighbors Jesse Meyncke a very 1 appy prise Monday evening at Meyncke home .northeast of ton on the "Windfall ••• j ike. •occasion was in honor 'of Moyncke's 43rd ' birthdiy versary and as planned the prise was comjilete in (very Those having part in, the happy affair were Mr. and .ft rs. Fred Meyncke and family, • Mr. and Mrs. John Moffett and! family, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Crouch family. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Legg and family and Mr. anil Mrsj. Ed Meyncke. The evening ivas spent in social features anc refresh ments were served at tqe close of the evening. Idle Hour CIull f Mrs. Charles Linebact will, en tcrtain the Idle HOUT embroidery c'lib Wednesday evening at [7-:-30 o'clock at hejs-ho^ne Adams street. Every nJemheV is urged to he present. Mother's of the B. Dinner Guests. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Tebbe entertained Sunday at their home northeast of Tipton at'a lovely dinner party, "having as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Tebbe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hertle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm- Brady and J. M. Ertle of Tipton and community. \ i ~* Sunday Guests. reet. Mrs. Igave stir- the Tip- The Mr. anni- sur- way. | Little Beverly Joan Perkins i.who has been visiting with her I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bog| an for the past week, returned to Ivokomo with , her parents Sunday evening. '• and Greetings and Mottoes Getting Along Nicely. Mrs. Esther Correll, wife cf James; Correll of Arcadia, "who was operated Monday at the Hamilton county hospital at No- •hlesvijle for appendicitis and ot\her' complications, camej through the operation in very good shape. Her condition Tuesday -njas reported as encouraging and as well as expected considering the seriousness of her case. Mrs. Correll has been in fail ing health for several weelcs and an operation offered the only re lief. "IVilhelm as Fireman. Dooirn, Holland, May 6. — The former German kaiser appeared in the-role of a fireman today when a fire started in the villa of Brand Dreibargen. a friend of the exiled monarch. Wilhelm himself dashed to the fire with his own fire'' engine from Doom, only to find that the flames .were extinguished before he arrived. • • Home- Brew Driv Washington, May 6.—A nation' wide drive to seize parphernalia used -in the manufacture of home brew was envisioned by Assistant Secretary Lawman of the treasury yesterday after the supreme court had .held that containers, barrels, bottles,^orks, etc., might be seised when- offered for sale In such a manner as purposely to-attract purchasers who Want them for the unlawful manufacture of liquor.! • • fort Encore -pMtf, Re^ Men's han, ^edMday evoriag. •< New York, May 6. —-Business failures in April Were* the largest in number for any other April since data have been kept, "but in amounts involved were exceeded by April, 1922, according \o a compilation by R. G. Dun & Co. The compilers call attention to the fact, however, that in making comparisons with previous years allowance should be made for the larger number of firms and individuals now engaged in commercial pursuits. Although establishing a record for the month*, April showed a decrease of 6 1-3 per cent below March, and had the fewest number of insolvencies of any other month this year. The report for the month says: "The insolvency record for the United States continues to reflect the readjustments through which business is passing, each succeeding monthly report revealing a commercial mortality appreciably above the seasonal average. Data compiled by R. G. Dun & Co. place the number^of April failures, exclusive of banking and other fiduciary aufepen's^-ons, at 2,198, with liabilities of ?49,059, 308., "The number of last months' defaults, although 6 1-3 per cent under the total for March and the smallest of the present year, discloses a rise of S per cent over the 2,021 insolvents of April, 1929, and the margin of increase in -comparison with the figures of various earlier years is even wider. In no previous April, in fact, have there been so -many failures as occurred last month the nearest approach* to the current showing being the 2,167 defaults of April, 1922. "For four months this year, in solvencies numbering 9,566 have been close to 12% per cent in ex cess of the 8,508 failures for the corresponding .period of 1929, but a decrease of 1 1-3 per cent is shown from the 9,(184 defaults of the first four months of 1922. In comparing 'with the statistics for preceding years, allowance should be made for the­ tal of firms and individuals now engaged in commercial pursuits. "POLICE PATROL MADRID. Guard Against Further Student Riots—University Closed. Madrid, May 6. —The University of Madrid was closed by government order today and heavy police forces patrolled the streets in an effort to prevent' further rioting by students favoring establishment of a republic. The disorders started Thursday and culminated yesterday in a riot in which one ; person was killed and at least thirty-five others were injured. Twenty of the injured were students. Premier Damaeo Berenguer, after and extraordinary session of his cabinet, Issued a statement expressing regret that the disorders had occurred , and saying whatever x steps necessary would be taken to maintain .peace. Modern Equipment. The Service Electric Company delivered a 'late model Frlgldalve to the home of Ralph Green in Goldsmith Tuesday. y NOTICE. ANNUAL CELEBRATION. Ob* Birthdays'of Seven; Persons served Here Sunday. | \.) .. .,. ... ,. . . ^. ^ . Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hyatt on , North Main street the annual birthday celebration. for seven .persons was held.with a big dinner, at the noon hour- and the day was an enjoyable one to all. The birthdays of Mrs. Dada Burton, her son jrvin Jr.V Alva Banta, Mrs. "Beulah Banta, Mrs. Edna Hyatt, Mrs. I Ethel Tidier, and Mrs. Frieda Wagoner, - all come within a space of 15 days and they hold annual celebrations. The dinner was a splendid one and .there were birthday cakes galore on the table, at "WALTHKR LEAGUE WINNER. Ernest WelsmiUer Won Oratorical C^tntest at Pern Sunday. Smacked His Thumb. • The Walther League societies pof the Wabash, valley, zone held their spring Rally at Peru Sunday. The Leagues were well represented from respective societies." •< •'•.* •'•" '. i' ' : :!.•" *. '.• The days was enjoyed by all. Services were conducted at the Lutheran church in the morning.! In the afternoon an educational program Was enjoyed. During; this' program *att~ oratorical - con-! test was held in which each! league was to have a representa-l tive in the contest. Ernest Weis-: miljer of the local chapter was' fortunate in winning this orator!-! Chris Boyd^, local, barber is nursing a sore thumb as a result of attempting to mend a hinge to a gate at ^is home near'the Todd school house Sunday. Mr. Boyd and family moved,to the Thomas ifarm I v n| the! Todd Community .re^ cently and Sunday morning he was doing some chores-and decided to fix a hinge so a gate would open readily. In using a hatchet he •cut a slice in the back of the thumb and {decided that Sunday was not the day^&r that kind of work., ! which twenty T three persons were! ca.1 contest.' He will i now repre-; present. Double Wedding. A wedding of unusual interest to friends and relatives in Arcadia was that of Miss Jean Myers of Indianapolisr daughter of Mr. and Mrs.-Sherman Jacobs of Ar- sent the taking part, in; the contest of the Indiana. District convention to be held at Cincinnati May 25 and 26. The following members of the local Walther League were rep-j resented at the rally at Peru Sun-| day : v Misses Lucile land Doris! Leinioger, Clara, Velma and Lena cadia. Miss Myers' chum Miss j Meyer, Louise, Mary |and Lenore Margaret Thurman was also aj Fishvogt, Mildred Weismiller,'! bride in the same, ceremony. The j Mildred and Edna Schweitzer; pretty double wedding took place Freida Meister, Lavonne Powell, 1 at 12:30 Saturday afternoon in Lillian, and Clara Beck, Iretta! the University Park ChristianIWimer, Misses Ruth and Dorotha: church in Indianapolis when Miss Jean. Myers, a registered nurse at the Methodist Hospital, became the bt-ide of Dr. ,- William V. Woods and Miss Margaret Thurman, also a registered nurse, became the bride of Dr. Gah T. Bowers.. Only a small group of relatives and friends attended. Miss Thurman is the daughter of Mrs. Maude Thurman of Straughn and Dr. BoWers' parents are Dr. and Mrs! J. W. Bow-' ers of Ft. Wayne, and Dr. Woods' parents are Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Woods of Sheridan. . The two couples left at once on a motor trip. Dr. and Mrs. Woods will be at home at 1593 North Pennsylvania street, Indianapolis, on their return. Dr. and Mrs. Bowers will be at home after Ju^y 1st at S17 East Washington Boulevard, Fort Wayne. Mrs. Ware Funeral. The funeral service of Mrs. Belle-Ware, widow of the late Dr. Christopher Ware, s was conducted at the. Methodist church at West Liberty" Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock with the Rev. Mr. Hart pastor of the church and Rev! Polly Couch Bowman officiating. Interment was in the West Liberty cemetery. The church was inadequate to accommodate. the large crowd that was present, there being almost as many on. the outside of the church as there were inside. The pall bearers were the nephews of Mrs. Ware, and the flower bearers were'' members of the club: of which she was a member. Among those from a distance attending were: Dr. aiid Mrs. Ralph Ware and son John of Chippewa Falls, Wis., Merrill Curless and family, Mrs. Florence Turley and children from Chicago,. Mr. and Mrs. W- B. Covalt, Mrs. C. D. Covalt,'Beverly Covalt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jet Hancock of Kokomo, W. V. Ware land family of' Jones'boro and Mr.- and*" Mrs Thomas Dean of Windfall. Wimer, Ruth Albers] Mrs. Ber^ tha Weismiller, Arnold, Emery,; Melvin and Walter Schulenborg; Raymond Wimer, Arthur Beck, EdWin Weismiller and Ernest Weismiller, Philip | Schweitzer! Edwin Schweitzer, Carl ' Tiete-i man, Carl Albers a!nd Walter Weismiller. j Mr. Weismiller who brings this honor to Tip.ton and Tipton coun ty is the son of.-Mr. and Mrs. All fred Weismiller south of Tip : ton. 'He is a graduate of the Tipton high school and has been active in the local Walther League. . * I " Kempton Notes. A basket dinner was served in the dining room of the Kempton in honor of wife, Rev Kentucky, attending Mr. and M. E." church Sunday the new minister and and Mrs. Van' Houghton and Rev. Jerrett and Miss Mary Waite of Wilmore college of. where they all are Bible school. >L .!• •• Mrs. Bert Hawkins Mrs. Edward Slater and Ben-Slater of Kempton were at Converse Sunday- attending the funeral of their aunt Francis— Dailey who died at her home in Kokomo Friday. . | Ward Cox and family who have been living in the Bert Freeman property in ; the~hjorth part of Kempton have purchased the Grandma Cox pro'pertjy on South' Elm street and "moved there Saturday! '' • -. I • At the RitzL College Fire. Buffalo, -N. Y., May 6.—Fire, believed to have started from short circuit-in the wing In the top floor of the monastery at St Bonaventure college, west of Olean, yesterday destroyed the monastery, the seminary and i Bonavenutre - church, with a lost estimated at $400,000. The loss estimated at $400,0*00. The loss is partially coyered._by Insurance.. St. BonaventUre's ihas a registration of "abontl.iOO students Improving Dally. Lester - Entehlser, \ ~ unfortunate city fireman who *as so badly hurt January «, at i the Cltlsens National Bank [ Building is lm-' proving daily. Jlejis down town daily and ti thinking of getting^ into some" light work within' thai Audiences at the Ritz Theatre! will have the opportunity Tues-j day Wednesday and Thursday to; learn whether ; preview critics were correct when they said that "The Virginian" is "JTBe Covered Wagon of all-talking pictures, The-Owen Wister" classic of.pion­ eer' days' on the Wesiern cattlej ranges has all the ear-marks of an epic film. _ The manner in' which it 'was acclaimed by pre- viewers Indicates that it will go! high on the list of really greats, i The film, based on the novel ivy, the same name ... which brought Owen Wister quick fame in the 80's, and which has since been' termed-, the greatest! American! romance,- enJoyB the ! distinction; of being the first all-outdoors play to be recorded on the audible fllmB. - —r HOBBS. Visited Here. Mr. j. and "*tra. fiuri J Lflly ;-and daughter,-.Mary-- Jane entertained Sunday at their home just west of Tipton, havldgasi their; guests, Mrs. Lou Goodwin of Hagerstown Mr. and 'Mrs.. 3. A-.v Lilly and' son Walter, southeast tot Tipton; Mr. and Mrs. Will Griffin of Kokomo, Mr. and.,Mrs.,M«unt ijilly of Anderson; Mls/'llarjr Majrgaret blr ^j ard and* Mft^Baul- Egler of .Tipton. ~ ( 1 ' ' - The (Christian -church will ; ob-,| serve 'Mother's Day Sunday with an all day service' at the chujfch, beginning'with Sunday school at 9:30. Preaching at.lO-tSO. Dinner in the church dining-room at the noon hour, i followed by -a Mother 's'Day program prepared by the Sunday! school. The church extends an invitation to all to attend the services throughout the day! At 7 , p. m. the CKristian churches of the-county 'will" hold their conference with a speaker for ! the Young people. John Bozell and daughter Lois "will have charge of the music. Mrs. Everett Brogdon spent Wednesday j in Tipton witlf her parents,, Mr. • and Mrs." Henry Riley. ' Mr. and i Mrs. Marvin . Click daughter June of Kokomo were Sunday evening guests Of Mr. and Mrs.. A. M. iHouse'and family. Mr. and jMrs. George Frazier daughter, ;Mary Esther- and Misses Nina and Bernice Harris of Indianapolis were- Sunday guests of Mrs. Emma Hobbs and daughter Bernice. Mr. and . Mrs. Clinton " Leg entertained; Sunday, Mrs. Margaret Legg and son Edwin of Muncie. . . , x Misses Evelyn and Mary Hobbs of Hobbs and Mr. and Mrs. Ruel Good of Muncie were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. F Good. • .Mr. and Mrs. Parke Hoover and-family and Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Hobbs spent Sunday afternoon in" Muncie' with Mr. and Mrs. J. W Myers and family. • Mr. and Mrs. Cecil ' Scott of PerkinsvlUe were- Sunday guests of Mr. and IMrs. A. M. House. Mrs. i Ella Downing and daughter Bernell visited Friday in Elwood with.Mrs.' Viola Swihart. Willard and A. M.. House were Indianapolis visitors' -Saturday. Paul: Monroe Jr., spent the week end in Anderson with his father, Paul Monroe.. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Crull of Chesterfield were - Sunday guests of Mr. and ' Mrs: Harvey Crull of Hobbs. - , iMr. and Mrs. Ed Miller entertained . i Sunday, . Mr. and. Mrs. Harve Heflin of Curtisville and Mr.; and Mrs. "Weldon Miller son and! WayneI Miller of Lafayette. Miss Hild Bryant of Elwood; was; the Sunday guest . of... Miss Addle Smith. Miss iBetty Good spent Thursday; in j Tipton with her 'grandparents! "Mr.-'* and Mrs, N. ,;D. Brown. ! Miss Bernell Downing visited over the week end in "Orestes with Miss Bernice Walker. . Mr: and Mrs. Richard. Evans of Elwood were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Parke Hoover and Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Downing. Mr. and.Mrs. Clarence Durham and. family spent. Sunday at Sharpsville' with Mr. and Mrs. Omer Salsbpry. • Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Castetand son Hilton were, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wells near Aroma. •' Mr., and Mrs. Russell Hooyer entertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Omer.'Bpyd and family of Tipton and Mr. and Mrs.. Roy Foutch and family of Goldsmith. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cook and son Max and Mrs. Inez'Hobbs and daughter Cynthea of Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cole TTad as their all day guests Sunday, "Mr. and Mrs. Rod Renner, William Barnes and George Holliday,' Mr. and Mrs. James Lewellen entertained. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lewellen and family of Elwood Cletus Dellinger of Ohio and Brooks Dellinger. Mr. and Mrs.-Orville Click had as, their, six o'clock dinner guests' Sunday Mr. aiid Mrs. Frank Ackles, Jack -Wright and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Powell. Miss Daisy Stephens of Sacrar mento, Cal., the house gue3t this week of Mr. ' and Mrs. Roy Batzner. Sunday Mr. and Mrs". Batzner and Miss Stephens motored' to Plainfield and were guests o.fJMr."- and Mrs. O. W. Negus. . . Mr! Curtis of Rock Island. 111.. visited. Saturday in Hobbs with Mir- and. Mrs: Scott Francis. Mr. and Mrs. Ezro Ho'ihs had as their dinner guests Sunday. Mrs.- Lydia Hobbs son .Tak^. Francis Dellinger and Mr. and Mrs.-John Zittinger and family. Mr. and Mrs. ,T. M. Dennis daughter Mary were afternoon guests-Sunday- of Mr. and Mrs. Perly Ressler. • Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brogdon son Floyd and daughter Jean Alif" spent Sunday " in Elwood Mr. and. Mrs. Will Dane. JLCPENNEYGd 116-118 South Main St. Shirts i • and Shorts " ' A I • • \ For Boys SHIRTS are 'of | white and plain colored rayon or of knitted cotton. •SHO*TS are of | broadcloth or rayon. Fancy patterns or plain colors. ter Xina and Mrs. Ethel Hobbs and son Don were Kokomo visitors Wednesday, j' j Omer Darrow j son John and daughter Jeanette were Indiajna- polis visitors -Saturday. The tatter is taking treatments of a hkail and throat specialist for sinus trouble. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Harris went to Indianapolis Saturday morning and were joined by their son Floyd Harris and family motoring to Madison, visiting over the week end and viewing some of the scenic beauty of Southern. Indiana. . j Mrs. Fred Hobbs of Indianaipo- lis was the week end guest of Mr," and Mrs. C. L. Hobbs and M:. and Mrs. Oscar Gilchrist. Mrs. Kllen Ressler of nicar fkibbs and sister, Mrs. JeanmHie Longfellow of Martinsville sp«mt last week in Indianapolis with relatives and friends. Mrs. Margaret Smith and son. Jackie visited last week in Tipton with lier sister, Mrs. Helen Rot>- inson and family. | Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Nelson of with j Elwood were Sunday guests of ! Mr. and Mrs. John Yocnm and The Junior class of the I-Inlibs j family. Christian Sunday 'school, held) Robert Hobbs of Muncie spent their class social Thursday eve-j'the week end at Hobbs with nis ning- at the home of Gerald Dell- I parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Hobbs. Mbke this Mothers day an EVENT by giving her si gift of lasting value. 'i { . i ' IDEAL GIFTS > Wrist/Watch Otia#o Pin inger, south of Hobbs. There was a. good attendance , of members rind the evening "was sppent in social /games. Refreshments were served at the close pf the meeting. Gerald Holliday who is quarantined in at his home in Hobbs with»smalIpox is getting -along nicely. He" has^the disease." in a light form. •'•'.' Mrs. John- Zittinger and daligh- M.ilcolm Hoover was the Sunday dinner guests of Gerald pel- linger, south of Hobbs. Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Brunn.>r entertained Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Brunner arid daughter and Mrs. Ethel Coose and daughter of Decatnr. - • •• iMiss" Evelyn Hartley who been attending the. Ft. Wayne Business college is home for the summer vacation. i REMEMBER YOUR MOTHER ON HER DAT, • SUNDAY, MAY 11th -Artstyle Mother's Day Chocolates, inl, 2 and 3-lb. Beautiful Silk Boses, Priced at $1.50, $3.00 and $4.50—Sold Only by Rex^ll Drug Store ' : . 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