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Tipton Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - August 12, 1930, Tipton, Indiana fun Tifuh Baliu f a Tauti Vej Joy Bath takes out /. Threshing chkw8 it ret. Ninety two years old. Live 101 its reunion. Square Deal and Golden Rule birthday of David w. A Ralutz permanent organization perfectly nos had enjoyable Day. In this annual gatherings let s be boys and girls once More. Forgetting our cares and problems. And think of the Days of fore two threshing rings the Gold the 92nd birthday anniversary the first annual reunion and think of a sacred Friendship that in Rule and Square Deal outfits of David w. Graham of Pickard organization meeting of pupils i lasts through All these years. Celebrated sunday. De at Windfall sunday. J Woven so closely together that we smile through a Mist of tears. Held their annual get together wa8 happily celebrated sunday at and teachers of the old Frame meeting at the Tipton Park Mon Wijs Home with a gathering of school building Windfall which Day and had an enjoyable time the relatives and friends and a was destroyed by fire in 1886, let us think of our old Frame there were 200 persons include big birthday dinner served at the was held at Windfall sunday and school building which East of ing the members of the families n0on hour. Or. Graham owing to was a bigger Success than Antic-1 five Points stood of the two rings to enjoy the the extreme hot weather and rated pit Hilt dinner and ice c Ream and some complications has not been de by Charles Harrell former up with Only three rooms finished. Improving nicely. Miss hate Ryan of East Washington Street who was operated at the St. Vincent Hospital at Indianapolis ten Days ago for Gall duct complications is getting along nicely and making a Fine recovery. She will be Able to return Home in two weeks. Tall gloomy and unsightly to the the movement was Start youth of the neighbourhood Hobbs. Cake and in the afternoon a Ball in the Best of health hut he a i of the school. _ Kan a was played by the Man Tom Able to enjoy the Day and to new i a bsh Way Lluc comm by were True Elve greeting to All and express 111,� l.ujj1iou a Wmk their name and lost the game Apple Catlon of vow von can dance to your in acts Content run anti walk and i in it mind fret free from corns callouses and hard skin. T in soreness aching and burning quits with one exhilarating Kado rat ii�?3 or 4 Baths As Aux in. I in it i cession Iii out corns roots and All. No More foot agony instead Strong vigorous feet that will never go bark on you. James mood m los a doxy a so do All leading druggists. I it a it i. I Tom Vaca i Ion. To. It ii. In police in Leonard is Poi Ting to resume his duties Day morning Atter a ten-.1 is vacation. During the time was off lie and his wife spent fir tim1 at Lake Webster Lake Imona and other Points they to visited Iii Indianapolis re Irving place tuesday to h and the Day. Night patrolman Roscoe Jones been acting As chief during o absence of chief Leonard Carles Hillman has been patrol a the. Down town District and Barb Tudor has been serving patrolman at tin Nickel plate pot District. Mat remain Here. Frank Jug Eric it Engineer on the Nickel plate passenger Divi a i i Vita ii xviii to affected by tin a Bange to take plate next sunday it ii naut it it in d to bid Iii tin West local run anti remain in t Ipton. On account of the change tin men a bidding in tile tuns they want and seniority prevails. My taking tin local run or. Cd tie xviii in Iii Tipton which has Bevil his Home for Manyx ars. Of Lier Xvi be he would have to remove to Frankfort or Fostoria. Bange residence. Or. And mrs. W. La. Morris. Xvi. A in tune time have resided in t i Leat Herman property a tie i Cartier til West and Washita in tit it it mov. To to i lie do a in double on West Washington. Recently vacated by or. And or. Lamb links. Or. Morris is Ole it the officials it the Indiana Railroad formerly t it i in in tract i n company. Going to Michigan. W a Millet lilt citizens National rank is having ids annual vent in and Iii company wit ii mrs. Iii and Lur parents. Or. And mrs. F k. I tax is xviii leave by due Day in riling for Points in Northern Michigan expecting to. Regi Quot i and in number of sight seeing trips. Diana theatre tonight Only shows 7 15 and 9 00 admission 10c and 25c tonight is pal night one ticket idiot von Aud \ our pal in a see Aud hear a sunny skies Willi Benny Rubin Marceline Dux Ami Rex lease tin stars of a Moi curves Iii another Side splitter the picture i into takes k ills off it our life youth Pep jazz also sunny Jim in a Bachelor daddies on the stage local Amateur vaudeville and contests. Three dollars for three Lucky boys or finish be there Aud euro this Good time show. Tomorrow and thursday Hains in a a Speedway a not a talking picture. Adm., 10c for everybody. By a score of is toll George Young sr., knocking the Ball Over the Fence or would have knocked it Over had he been playing. Or. Hoots Xmas the eldest member of the Square Deal company present and William m. Hoover held that distinction in the Golden Rule ring. The youngest member of the Square Deal company was Rosina Ann Koors 21-months-old daughter of or. And mrs. John j. Koors and the youngest of the Golden Rule company Xmas let Oris Marie Funke five weeks old. Both outfits xviii hold their who visited Xvi Deal recently. Or. Harrell a who is trustee in Cass county appreciation of the Many presided at the meeting and mrs. Congratulations and Good wishes Rose Butner also a former Pupil Given him. Acted As Secretary. There were sixty present to in sixty or More persons were Joy the Day wit ii or. Graham and present at this meeting and in to wish him Many More Happy an Joyed the big Basket or pitching Niver Saries. Relatives and friends dinner held Iii the Community Yvere present from Chrisman ii Park at Windfall and at the noon Nois Michigan City Indian Apo hour a big Basket dinner was los Castor Tipton Kokomo Box spread. Scholars who had not Ley Monticello and Normanda. Seen each other for 50 years met among those from Normanda were his son Joe Graham and family mrs. Roy Beamer Isaac Mcintyre and or. And mrs. Frank Perkins. And it was an enjoyable occasion. Early Day teachers of the school a who were present Yvere or. W. L. Price. Mrs. Anna Behymer j. A. Butner and Ira m. Of Banion. And one Large room tall and Bare was use for recreation by children everywhere. How we loitered in the hallway and tried to get away from those horrid proteins on examination Day. All our Hooks were taken from us As though we we Ould take a Peep at the answers to those questions As though our memories were asleep. Only a pile of foolscap paper on our desk did Lay. With pen and Ink and Pencil to while our time away. A look at that old blackboard at questions written there Mould frighten the vits of a hero and drive him to despair. Or. Graham expected to so to each of these were called on to the p.ofeasor8 Nall their do Indianapolis tuesday and consult 1931 meeting at the Park next j with a specialist concerning his year and they Are hoping the ailments. Give some of their experiences connected Vith the school. The following former students of the old school Yvere also called on to ring the old dry referendum. Held in slate of Illinois this fall. Season xxx ill be As successful As the present one just Over. Officers of the Golden Rule company Are Paul Walsh presi will la Dent Russell Hoover vice president and Joe Mattingly Secretary. Officers of the Square Deal Chicago aug. 12.�?a state ref company Are e. J. Leininger Brendum on the prohibition ques president Peter Vernau vice Tion was believed assured last j a a resident and George Fischvogt night when a petition calling for r of 1 be class of which he was Secretary. A popular expression of opinion on member from october 1883 to the nity would school Bell then we d shuffle Way Rushing Mell give some of their recollections the first to gain the Entrance with i up the Stair through Pell and experiences of the school mrs. Hate Spitzmesser null Rose Butner. Wilbur la. Dean Orpha Miner Bower and Milt Dennis. Or. C. W. Conkling interested the assemblage by Reading a hos tile teacher at the door. Charles a uld hear the kindly admonition a you May stand up on the \ siting Iii Windfall. Milford Jack Spurlin Aud his wife. Of Gary Are visiting Vith relatives and friends Iii Windfall mrs. Suplin being a daughter of or. And mrs. Frank Mitchell. Of that place. Or. Spurlin is Iii train services on the e. J. Amp in Railroad. His wife is the Kotlier of Frank striker of Edmond okla. Who wit ii his a life and Small son Are Here on a visit. Or. Striker a life and son xviii leave Friday and from St. Louis will go by air plane to Oklahoma City which is twelve Miles from their Home. Monday they went to Rochester for a visit with mrs. Strikers parents before starting for St. Louis. Matter at the fall election was completed and mailed to the Secretary of state for filing. The petition sponsored by Bernard w. Snow chairman of the Cook county Chicago Republican Central committee bore a total of 1,200,000 names and provides that the question he placed on the ballot. Three proposals Are contained in the petition repeal of the eighteenth amendment modification of the act and repeal of the stall Law. February Issi Evhen Charles some were stationed near the i blackboard one was Sta a honed near the door. And it seemed to me that old clock would never reach the hour of four. A. Lessons Learned Iii that old school building Haxhe helped us through All these years. Sometimes in the hours of pleasure sometimes in the hours of tears. Now let us turn from retrospection and see what has been done Peterson of Tipton was the teacher. The High ranking pupils of the Cliss was Hughie Steele we Ith a general average of 99. Others with averages above 9<> we Ere Orpha Miner. Maggie Mcalister. Della Murphy Charles Murphy. James Graham. Oliver John Der to further education for it has an honorary degree. It t hat vice return from Michigan. Or. And mrs. Ralph Pugh and son Robbie of Windfall have returned from a weeks vacation spent at travels City Michigan. While there they were guests of or. And mrs. Karl keen and family. Or. Keen who was formerly connected with the Windfall lumber company has been engaged in similar business at traverse City for the past 6 years. He and ail Uncle Bert keen Are together. His father started the wind tall lumber company thirty or More years ago. The Windfall people had a Fine visit at traverse City. Has just been announced or. Ralph r. Teeter first president in charge of engineering of the perfect Circle company Hagerstown Indiana has received an honorary degree conferred on him by the University of Pennsylvania. This degree which was received on june i St ii. 1930 is that of mechanical Engineer. Or. Teetor graduated from the University of Pennsylvania eighteen years ago with the degree of Bachelor of science. Lie Miner Clithe Conkling Joseph and Holland Shaw Ling the highest Grade in deportment was 9 8 and Xmas Given to or prohibition la a Miner Charles Murphy colonel Dennis Oliver John Audel a la mouser. During the afternoon the male quartet rendered several selections which were much appreciated and a poem sent with a letter of regret that she could not be pres ent which was composed by mrs. Zana Barrow Cole of Chicago w As read. A permanent organization Xiv is perfected with mrs. Rose Butner president and Wilbur la. Dean Secretary and treasurer and it was decided to hold the just begun a handsome school building nov graces our City a a gym of later Date a corps of splendid teachers none better Iii the state. Let us make this an annual gathering w ii Ere we can feast and smile i Alk Over Olden times and make the Day Worth while. Leave for Kansas. Or. And mrs Gale Taylor and tour children. Charles. Redonald Leon and Ellen Bernice of Kempton started Early sunday morning for Goodland �kas., for a visit with mrs. Taylor a brother fix de Small Aud family. In opens gasoline station. Unclaimed let tors. The following letters remain unclaimed at the Tipton Post office Grover Lyerly Russell hol Mati Mona my fall Arthur Ferguson Bertha Thompson. Ona Grant i. R. Miller Elsworth Burton Zora Pence Laura Hati Shew Thomas snipe Elmina Kirsch. Walter Hutto Fred Reed Dolphus Parish Arthur Robey Clarence Hannon. Floyd Shaw. Ernest Coleman John j. Harrington. C. L. Grishaw p. M a hat found. Saturday of last week the Washington Oil company of Tipton installed tanks and pumps Iii front of the j. R. Singer hardware harness and shoe shop in Windfall making the sixth tilling station for that town. An old tinier of that place states that the Gas stations were outnumbering the saloons which flourished Iii Windfall during the Days of in a Briety when John Barleycorn held Sway. King gasoline is now on the throne. Or. Small was born and reared 2nd annual reunion at the wind Al Kempton but Evhen a Young Luau went West living Iii Iowa several years where he was married. He has been living in As Goodland for several years. This is the first time his sister and family have visited there. They Are motoring through and will not make Many stops on the Road. Visiting Iii Tipton. F ii Park on the 3rd sunday August 1931. The poem by mrs. Cole a former student at the school is follows we All like Windfall and ave like to get away from the cart of life a burdens and spend a Holiday among the boys and girls whom ave knew in childhood Days. For there have been changes Iii Many Many a a. Some of you remember Iii the a s of Long ago. When these streets were All covered Vith mud and slush and Snow. The sidewalks were made of Timber and partly rotted out when it seemed almost impossible for one to get about. Continues to improve. There is continued improvement in the condition of Henry Rains who has been ill for a via i months at the Home of his daughter mrs. M. G. Day and family on South Independence Street. Or. Rains is Able to be up and about the Home and is better than he has been at times since lie was first taken ill. A Black Felt hat with Pearl buckle was found on the Road near the Burl la i v farm West of Tipton tuesday morning. It has been left at the Tribune office where the owner can get it. Or. Ami mrs. Lee Mason and son of Chicago Are Here visiting Vith relatives and friends or. Mason being a brother of mrs. Virgil Hinkle of this City and of mrs. George Werner residing West of Tipton. Lee is engaged in mail service As a mail messenger. His father the late d. B. Mason. For Many years conducted a restaurant on South main Street or. Tipton. Daily Bible quotation. Or. And mrs. C. O. Mcnew left tuesday morning for Indianapolis and from that place or. My new will drive through the East now our lord Jesus Christ him pm Indiana and Western Ohio self and god even our father territory recently assigned him which hath loved us and hath give by the Hoosier Mineral Stock in us everlasting Consolation and food company. He expects to Good Hope through Grace. Com spend the coming week in getting fort your hearts and Stablish you i acquainted with the men and in every Good word and work i thens. 2 16-17. Customers of the company in his new Field. Notice. Miss Gwendolyn Davis of cram a Pajon ii is visiting with her i will not be responsible for aunt mrs. France Fleetwood any a debts made by my wife from and family on Ash Street having this Date. Rome to attend the wedding of p-270 e. Perry or. Her Quot Cousin miss Viola Fleetwood a Fred h. Coleman which took Tribune want ads get results. Place saturday evening. A Man is known by the House he keeps 0m�ned repair shop. Lester Warner expert automobile Mechanic of Windfall has opened a repair shop and garage 4>n what is known As the Matt Ross farm which he purchased and it is in the path of considerable traffic. He is Well known As an automobile Mechanic and needs Little introduction. On vacation. Just As a Man is known by the friends he keeps so too is he known by the House he keeps. It is a barometer of his standing in the Community. Done to Overlook the appearance of your House. Let it reflect credit on you by keeping it Well painted. Buy the paint Here. We Cany tot beat of everything including Rutch boy White Lead a the Basil of pure Lead paint. Compton amp son miss Hazel Swift City treasurer is taking her vacation at this time. She will be away from the office fur two weeks. We or. And mrs. William Paskins of Anderson were the sunday dinner guests of or. And mrs. Garnett goodnight on North East Street. Or. Ond mrs. Albert Best of Peru visited Over sunday with their daughter mrs. Loren myer if. Husband on West North a a j mrs. Merrill Poland and Little Yon Billy of Elwood spent tuesday with her parents or. And mrs. Elmer Myerly on West add Ains Street. Robert Hobbs was at Muncie Lover the week end attending the Triangle convention. John Batzner or. Of it. Wayne is visiting his parents or. And mrs. J. S. Batz Elfr near Hobbs. Mrs. Angie Leisure returned to her Home in Hobbs thursday. I from a weeks visit with Indian-1 a Polis friends. Miss addle Click was called to Kokomo last week by the illness of Lier sister in Law mrs. Marvin i Click. The latter has not been in Good health for some time and Xmas ordered to bed by her Doc tor. Mrs. Click is the daughter of or. And mrs. George Hinds of . And mrs. Ray Henderson entertained on Friday evening at their Home South of Hobbs or and mrs. George Stroup sons Robert and Frederick of Tipton. John Batzner or. Of it. Wayne and or. And mrs. J. S. Batzner near Hobbs. Miss Amanda Deal of Atlanta is visiting with or. And mrs. John Neidhamer West of Hobbs. Or. And mrs. John Batzner had As their sunday dinner guests or. I and mrs. Ray Henderson mrs. George Stroup and sons. Robert and Frederick and John Batzner or. Or. And mrs. Virgil Daniels i and baby of Terre haute were saturday guests of or. And mrs. Davy Daniels. Or. And frs. Kendle Powell daughters Edna and Geraldine. And mrs. Susan Powell of Chicago spent from thursday until saturday North of Hobbs with or. I and mrs. C. I. Powell. On saturday or. And mrs. Poxwell and or. And mrs. Chester Powell a com panted them As far As Frankfort i where they were guests of or. And mrs. John Maish. Or. And mrs. Charley Powell entertained Over the Veek end prof. Homer Powell wife and four children of Adrian Midi. Prof Powell is a brother of a Barley Powell and ii to been connected Vith Odrian College for several years. Other guests sunday Yvere or. And mrs. Earl Heflin and family of Elwood and or. And mrs. Chester Powell North of Hobbs. Mrs. W. In Hartman and son Billy returned to their Home in Hobbs saturday from a months visit in Indianapolis with Genet Utterback and family and Orville Hartman and wife. They j also visited Vith another daughter mrs. Edwin Hanna and fam a by at Richmond. Or. And mrs. Hanna and children returned Home with them remaining Over sunday. Other guests sunday were or. And mrs. Riley Hartman of Elwood and or. And mrs. Gene Utterback and family of Indian a a Polis. Mrs. John Zittinger and daughter Nina planned and tarried jut a Surprise birthday dinner on or. Zittinger sunday celebrating his forty seventh birthday Annivera Ersary. The invited guests in eluded Rev. And mrs. Harper my a Cline and family of Anderson j or. And mrs. Charles Gathman daughter Ruth and son Charles miss Anna Gathman miss Vera Delong or. And mrs. Henry Hel Durson son Francis and daughter Henrietta of Peru spent part of last week Here with mrs. Belder songs Mother mrs. Lydia Hobbs and other relatives. While Here or. Henderson submitted to a minor operation at the Oft be of a local physician to Correct an old trouble. He is employed with a dredging outfit at Peru Tak ing out Tho Many Small islands in the Wabash River near that j place. Mrs. Frances Edmonson. Mrs. I Mollie Hobs and mrs. Angie Leisure visited in Anderson saturday and sunday. Or. And mrs. Brooks Dellinger entertained saturday night and sunday Guy Brooks and wife miss Dorothy Garrett Ben Cash Madison Elsberry Garrett and and miss Josephine Garrett of miss Helen Young of Kent. Other guests on sunday Wettje Tom Morgan and family of Elwood Kenneth Garrett wife of Anderson. William Boring and wife of Koko i to. Frank Hobbs and mrs. Dora Boring and daughter of Phlox. Charles Barnes of Hobbs met \ amp is in beginning today new showing of autumn Coats buy now the Boston Storen Home rented it no had result miss Flora College spent Hobbs xviii in mrs. Percy it with a painful though not serious Accident Friday while doing some Carpenter work. He is remodelling his Home and Iii some Way a Plank with a Nail Iii it fell on him. Tin Nail penetrated the Scalp making an ugly wound. Were applied and Are anticipated. Easier of Ball the Veek end near r parents or. And Esler. Miss cd a Decker of Elwood visited sunday with Lier sister mrs. Flora Kessler near Hobbs. The latter ii ared in an Auto Accident thursday is improving slowly. The i lit Arni is still badly swollen and puns Lier a great Deal. Or. And mrs. Riel Good of Muncie were tuesday night guests of or. And mrs. R. F. Good. Mrs. Eli Downing spent Friday in Elwood xvii it Lier daughter mrs. Minor Halter and family. The children of or. And mrs. Harker a having a siege of sickness. First the whooping cough then the chit Ken pox and now they Are All ill Vith the summer flu. Or. And mrs. A Barley Starr and family of Elx Vood were sunday afternoon guests of or. And mrs. Tom Downing. Miss in in ii Downing of Hobbs and miss Doris Jean Purvis of Tipton Are visiting this week with misses omit ii anti Vivian Hobbs Southwest of Hobbs. Or. Aud mrs. Harve Heflin of Curtisville Yvere sunday guests tit or. And mrs. Fred Cook. Mrs. Clarence Durham and children spent the week end in Kokomo Vav it ii relatives. Or. And mrs. J. B. Smith entertained sunday or. And mrs. Bethel Smith and family of Elwood and. Or. And mrs. Ezra Smith and son of Hobbs. All the afternoon at Hemlock or. And mrs. Tom Smith. Mrs. Emmitt Baxter and Tim of South Bend spent week South of Hobbs xxx it ii and mrs. Leeson Dellinger. Miss Jean Alice Brogden red last Veek Iii Elwood friends. Or. And mrs. George Brogden and granddaughter Genev Ware sunday dinner guests of or and mrs. Fred Shook of Elwood. Mrs. Irene Hobbs entertained j sunday or. And mrs. William j Caster son Billy of Elwood and j mrs. James Caster of Hobbs. Or. And mrs. the amp j son and family anti mrs. Emma Thorn san of South Bond spent sunday in Hobbs with mrs. Lou ise Brown and or. And Iris Harter. Mrs. Thompson re a i be d for an extended x Isit with j her Mother mrs. Broxon. Messes. Herman and Harold Yocum. Ray Bill Ted and Floyd Jeffreys spent sunday at Bruce Lake fishing and enjoying a general Outing. Or. Anti mrs. Paul Dennis and miss Lei ii Mobley Yvere saturday nigh and sunday guests Al j. M. Dennis and family. Henry Keller of Muncie anti mrs. Amanda Smith of Tipton were thursday guests of or. And mrs. Scott Franes. Mrs. Chester Kirsch daughter Nita and miss Edna la a of Indianapolis were saturday night and sunday guests of or. And mrs. Clinton Legg. Other guests sunday were or. And mrs. Jerry Yudum of Elwood. Or. Aud mrs. Walter Dennis anti family returned to their Home Iii Newport by. Sunday after a weeks visit Here Vith a Happy family gathering w i held in Hobbs sunday celebrating the 66th birthday Anniv let said of j. E. Barnes. All the children were present to enjoy i lie Day with him. The guest were As follows Fred Barm s and family of w in Elf <11, Calvin suits and family of Tipton. Harry Alto and Vav in of Elwood. Elton Rook. Anti family Guy Barnes Aud family. William Barnes and miss hat tie a rues of Hobbs. Drake Beauty parlor a graduate of Rainbow Academe i Call 15 for appointment second floor bldg. Pent with son last or vis Vav it ii night service Many car owners Are taking advantage of our night service to have their cars greased and serviced for Early morning delivery. Before you Start on that vacation trip you Are planning bring your car in the night before and let us Check and grease it thoroughly. We use genuine ale mite grease and Verdol motor Oil. Tipton main motor co. J we have Philadelphia and Reading hard Coal the name of a Bard Coal where Quality anti preparation arc Ace High in ured a a it every stun do Rel of compari Tion. Let us fill your bin. Burkhart amp co. A service that rebuilt watches we have several rebuilt watches pocket and wrist a that Are real values As timekeepers. Guaranteed the same As a new watch Foster jewelry amp optical co

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