The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 18, 1935 · Page 4
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 4

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, April 18, 1935
Page 4
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T«B YOHR PORCBASE OF ANY fedar _ w PRODUCT OM if tkese three t attractreely illustrated I little tanks FREE, Ask tywA. O-CEDAR DEALER ATtA> 7 TA. SfPthodist Episcopal Church. (Rev. Harold M, Thrasher. Min.) pltal Thursday, and brought Mrs. Leonard from the hospital to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Hpnter in Atlanta. Mrs. Leonard stood the trip home fine and is improving nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cooper of Kokomo were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Kittie Walton and Mrs. F. B. Hunter in Atlanta. Mrs. Cooper remained over with her mother for the week. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Stage of BInffton. Ohio, visited from Thursday until Sunday with Miss Cora Aldridge. Sunday they and Mrs. Nova Aldridge, daughter Judith Ann' and Charles Titus, spent 'Sunday with Arthur Fox and family at' Sheridan. Mrs. Nova Aldridge and daughter and Charles Titus will leave GOZ,nSMITH. Stanley Graham was a business visitor at Indianapolis Friday. Jerry Ramel was the .-Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beamer and daughter, Veradene, of nt'ar Prairie. Several former neighbors and friends were Sunday guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith of near New Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Smith recently moved to a farm rfear New Lancaster from the Elmer Dawson farm near Jackson Station. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Patterson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Foster and family, Mrs. Neva Watson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glao Foster and daughter and Mr. anil Mrs. Elmer Mrs. Hannah Hargrove and Mildred Porter were week Church School—9:30 a. m . f°r St. Paiil and Minneapolis. Min•». „ A cto^tji «nnt WP Ind a nesotaf Thursday. Mrs. Aldridge i iH - s Max A. Steckel. Supt. We had ai their llittle house on' ond «" ests of Mr " aml Mrs - Heury fine increase in attendance last;*" 1 t ake tneir untie nouse on . Sunday; let us rally to the Easter wheels which has been in' storage Hargrave of Anderson. M r s. at the Tip Hunter garage all win- Maude Gibl)ons accompanied them Morning Worship and Junior j ter. Mr. Aldridge will meet them | <° An, 'jj t League—10:30. Special service | at Minneapolis, ~h»« r.hnrlpsi"' - '• t ~ for juniors; Mrs. Emma Davis, Junior, League Supt. Solo by where Charles! will stop at home and the! former will accompany his wifej and daughter on to St. Paul. Anderson and was the guest , .. .. f;;h!ipn« -ITU] and M ™- Ra> C.ibbens aad Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gibbens. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reamer and Edith were Sunday quests of and Mrs). Glen Thompson MooresviHe. Mrs. Garry Smith the Rural Needlecraf day afternoon at her home near Hopewell. There wai tendance of member present to enjoy the pleasan Contests and a general social time were enjoyed. Winners in ; the contests were .Mrs. 'Allle Dawson and Mrs. Ruth Pat cious refreshments cheese salad with wafers and co coa were served by TRIBUNE Mr. of entertained club Thurs- a good at- afternoon. terson. Deli- of pineapple and Mrs. M. F. Hocver of East! Mrs. Garland Orr of near Ekin was the Friday guest:of Mrs. Bessie Shaffer of Albright. j J.Mrs. Mollie Hunte* of Albright 1 who has been ill the i past fev^i wjseks was reported not quite soj well Monday. " i | 1 Mrs. Harold Lee and son Bobby! south of Atlanta were Monday guests In the S. R. Mohler home.! XKVADA-HOPKVTOLTj. the hostess. assisted by Mrs. Neiva Watson. Hostesses ,for the next meeting will Mrs. Jenn ifel Mrs. Millie Smith. Foster land VEST Albright church notes: Special pre - Easter services Thursday at 7:15. Everybody invited to this service.j Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. and evening worship at 7:00. Isaac Mcluiirn wore .Monday] Mr. Will Leonard. Sermon by the . i?n<;iirrpctinn -ind Merrell Lee Raker who was: Resurrection ami IQ I Ploughe and family of Tipton. minister. "The the Life." Epworth League—6:15 Topic: Does It ! guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe p. m. pneumonia , very much improved. bv the Service-7: 00 Anthem choir. Special Mr. anil Mrs. Garland Horton and Ray Shopperd were guests of friends in Indianapolis Sunday cent's hospital several weeks ago. j Afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Horton i-= getting along nicely and able to | visited with .Mr. Morton's sister. Miss Hazul Horton, and Mr. Shep- •Easter Victory—What Mrs. Lois Hughes, who under- Cost?" led by Pauline' went an operation 1 at the St. Vin- servire ue "P most of the time. Dr. and •Rock of Ages" sung and panto-; Mrs. F. P. McDanicls called on Mrs. Hughes and family Sunday afternoon. jnimed by Frances Hott and Margaret Palmer. Sermon by the minister — "The Crosses."Choir rehearsal immediately following the evening service. Mid-Week prayer service Thursday at 7:00 p. m. each Our Conference Year is drawing to a clos ronvennes in °. Annual conference Ft. Wayne Tuesday evening, April 30th. There are only two Sundays yet. Next Sunday is Easter. May each of us realize the victory of the Risen Lord in our own lives. Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Thrasher, Mrs. Pearl Long, Mrs. Carrie Hoi- man and Amanda Knause, nt- tcnded the Woman's Foreign' Mis- siouary society, group meeting at 'Cicero Tuesday. The local organization will meet next Tuesday 'evening at the home of Mrs. Amanda Knause. Jack Leach, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Leach, is quite ill with an perd visited with his uncle, »«d Mrs. Charley Jones. Sunday afternoon guests of Chris Chaplain and family and; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith and son J. R. Eldridge of Peru, were Sun-; Hugh were Mr. and Mrs. Clurid day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Duncan and Lelia Duncan. Campbell and daughter, Virginia, of near Prairie, Delia and Robert Mrs. Duncan returned home with i Bennett, and. Mrs. Vera Bauer her father and sister for a visit. Ralph Dunn of Indianapolis, and son. Jimmy. Sunday evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur spent the week end with his par-i Augustine and children of Indi- ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Dunn. Harry Overdorf of Indianapo-j lis, spent the week end with his family in Atlanta. Mrs. Ruth Endicott who was; u rs . fteljprca Smith, a patient at the Beeclnvood lios-; pital for several days is improv-j d aug ht er ing nicely since being brought | wcl , and Mrs Sco Smith - O f Tip- home and is able lo be up most of the time. Rev. and Mrs. Xorman Berry, Will Leonard. Max Steckle, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Swing, Hazel Meehan, Ruby Lambert, Carrie Leonard/Frances Lambert and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Warfel assisted mem- East Union church notes: Sunday school at ft:30 a. m. Clifford Illges and family of Aurora, Illinois, came Friday night to visit with 3Ir. and Mr?. Otto Illges. Mrs. Illges and children will remain for the week but Mr. Illges returned to Illinois Sunday. Sunday guests in j the Shaffer home were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Illges. Clemond Illges and family north of Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wilson and daughter of Indianapolis, j ; Clark Redmond land family, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Grove of Tipton, S. R. Mohler and daughters Ruth Mohler and jMrs. Jessie Smith attended the | funeral of Mrs. Charlotte Heiny at the Noblesville Christian clnirch Sunday afternoon. Minnie Rode, Mary Henderson of Danville was the week end guest of he:" parents Mr,, and Mrs. Fred Henderson. : ; i Mrs. Delia Cage and daughter Freda spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cage of Sweetzer. Mrs. Tunis Henderson and Mrs. Robert Koeper were ; the Sunday afternoon guests of Julia Spears of Sharpsville. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Redmond of Elwopd were also guests. ! Friday night will >be the annual community siipper a n d school exhibit at the Koss consolidated school. Theigeneral pub- i-D is cordially invited to attend. Anna and Olive Pugh of Kokomo were the week end guests of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pugh. Otto Dugan and family visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Riffe near Windfall. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Coverdale of Sharpsville, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Pugh of Derbln, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Coverdale and Mary Ware were the Sunday dinner guests of Cornelius Coverdale and family of Hemlock. ; Vivian Balser is spending the week at the home of Frank Balser and family of IjCokomo. Rachel DeWitt ot Kokomo is spending the week with her par-1 f am n y o f Kokomo. II !• C OUNT .ON A teal reduction, in oil • and operating costs with. : this new Mobiloil! Look for improvement" in your car's performance, Noyr you can get a Summer oil iharvugidy cleansed, of Impurities that thin out, form gum, deposit muck. That's what the famous Clearosol Process does for the new Summer Mobiloil... and there's absolutely no advance in price! Try it today. SOCONY-VACUDM OIL COMPANY. INC. LDBBITE DIVISION . Mrs. Tunis Henderson, Mrs. Lizzie Davis and Mrs. Anna Rogers spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Alice Copp of Phlox. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Glass of Kokomo were the Saturday night guests of Charles Ervin and fam-! meeting of the W. C. T. U. that was held at the Y. M. C. A. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Bryan of Rossvjlle were the Sunday dinner guests of Mr.,and Mrs. S. P. Bry- ily. -' . Garth Scott and family of Indianapolis were the week end guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Henderson. Garth Scott and family of Indianapolis and Mr. -and Mrs. Jasper Henderson were Sunday dinner guests of Arthur Young and SOLD AT THE SIGN OF THE BED GARGOYLE OR THE FLYING RED HORSE .. she was slightly improved. PERRY DIVORCE. school lawn' if the weather is favorable, if not it will be held in the lower auditorium of the church. • Mrs'. L. R. VanHorn spent Tuesday and Wednesday'at I-ndi- aiiapolis attending an executive an.. Mrs. Alvin Askren, Mrs. J. T. Hearing of Testimony Continues' nt Indianapolis. Indianapolis, April 18.—Hear- • ^j ing of testimony in the divorce suit of Mrs. Norman A. Perry against -her husband was resumed before Fred C. Cause, special Frost and Mrs. Maude Zehner at- j udge> j tt supreme court, room tended the district meeting of thei g> yesterday The session -was de- W. F. M. S- that was held atj yoted tQ testimony . relative to as- Hopewell Wednesday. Kemptonl I setg Qf the IndiaBapo ii S capital- was awarded the banner for hav-j.. ]St *.;*•;•:<•]- Will Leonard and Frank Hunter went to the Beechwood hos- NEVER BEFORE SUCH A SMOOTH SHAVING BLADE at this low price I Infection of the arm. While play- i bers of the Omega Christian •ing with a schoolmate he was j church in the cantatta "Lord of scratched on 1 the wrist, by the fin-! Lords" which was given at that ger nails of the other boy. Infec- ; place Friday evening, tion set in and his arm is swol-j Flora Phenis is spending a few len up to the chest which is also, days with her daughter Mr. and swollen. He is carrying a high Mrs. Edwin Buscher, at Kokomo. temperature. i Roger Scott returned home to Ray Bryan and family visited Van' Wert. Ohio, having spent the Sunday with Wayne Tranbarger | past three weeks with his par- and family at Kokomo. ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Israel Gasho visited Tuesday with an aunt, Mrs. Ida Sheets at Nbblesville. Fred Stokes and family of Kokomo visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Stokos. Mrs. Mary Jane Leo and daughter Nellie visited Sunday with Mr: and Mrs. Wm. Zeigler at Cicero. Mrs. Alice Farley north of Atlanta was the Sunday over-night guest of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Swing and attended the baccalaureate i services held at the Christian Church Sunday eve. The Mickey Reality Shop is he- InK moved from tlin residence of Bert Ovordorf to the room formerly occupied . by the Taddlc Club. The operator is Mrs. Maxine Overdorf Landseadel. Mr. and Mrs. Landseadel will,live for the time being with their parents In Atlanta and Tipton. James Scully whoi visited In Atlanta with Mrs. Cora Scully left Saturday for Indianapolis where he visited until Tuesday, before leaving for his .home at Niles, Ohio. ! Mrs. Emma Llbler;Lear of Elwood, and Frank Scully of Noblesville, spent Sunday with Mrs. Cora Scully, and Stelja Bishop. Mr. and Mrs. Eck Park visited Sunday with Mr. andi Mrs. Frank Spurgeon near Ekin.: Mrs. Spurgeon who is the sister of Mr. Park is quite HI with liver trouble and a complication of diseases. Mrs. Julia Nlghtenhelaer who has- been confined to jher bed tor the past three weeks is feeling some better. Mrs. Margaret Basey of MHIersburg who has been staying i with Mrs. Nlght^nhelser re- NOW! PROBAK JUNIOR d, blades 10 f jr 25f. 25 for 59c "GSMIUMEN: "Dating the put few •yon I've been driten beaiueafneceuitr'a'o the lowcrpriced iwor bUda-mjr betrri tuSef lag beam of the shortcomings of my. pocketbook. Now your Probtk I Jr. tus igiin brought, Dick shaving comfort it' noextncw. "E. Eugene Leonhut SuJoM.CiUr." , Unsolicited letun like this prove the imuing •polity of Prob»l Jr. Try UBS uniformly keen ind *MK>oth-shHlng bUde. iPrataklr.ftotnyoar akf-.-i re- nte M 25 t for only Hcoti turned to her home {the first of the week and Mrs. Riichel.Baden wholhaa m«de ber hone with Mrs. tenhelBer tor £fW* : . years ents Mr .and Mrs. Charles DeWitt. Mrs. Dick Grove, Fred Rode and ing the,largest delegation present! home at Indlanapoljs Friday ev- and they also extended an invita- noon guest of her grandmother, All members of the primary de- Main of Anderson were the Sun- said that the Indianapolis partment of the M Mr an( , Mrs Garry Smith and party Saturday afternoon from 2 ; perhaps the oldest lady Greentown and Thelma Wood of Tipton and Mr. and Mrs. Lester property of the defendant, Is vat Nance of Walnut Grtive. Fairfleld were the Sunday dinner ued at ?V39,000. Mrs. Perry is a feature of the age. suffered a very severe heart guests of Mrs. Margie Schrader for seeking |1,000,000 alimony. party which will be held on the attack Tuesday night daughter spent Saturday in the home of Mr. To distres UOWl '/IT £/ ^/^ the best-tasting I give you the mildest smo joke. [You wonder k For jlne thing, it's ceil LI...I• ML*..i ^ Jeay—f to- • me leaves; I spurn .Jo'bitterttothe L*

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