The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 19, 1935 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, April 19, 1935
Page 6
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-k' Easter Greetings CUT PLOWERS Eo es, Carnations, Sweet Peas, Lilies, Daffodils, Stocks, Snap Dragons, Schyzanthus, ClarMa, Tulips and Gardendias. POTTED PLANTS Lilies, Tulips, Hyacinths, Calceolarias, 'cinerarias and Primroses. "Flowers Are Food for the Soul" Benthey's Greenhouses Phone 430-4430 be happy to have her friends call. Members of the Kinder Hook Kl'ub were entertained at the home of Mrs. Grace Blount east of Atlanta all day Tuesday with two guests and all members but one present. They were delighted to have Mrs. Emma Fouch present who because of serious illness had not met with them since November. Decorations for the prettily appointed table were spring hyacinths. The regular business session was opened with short devotional period. The rest of the afternoon was spent in a social way. ATLANTA. Wesleyan Methodist Church. 3 (Rev. Dempsey Howard, pastor.) I Sunday school at !i:3u. ! Mornrus worship service at I 10:30. Young People's meeting at Kvening worship service at '. 7:30. Sermon by pastor at even- j inn service. Prayer meeting Tuesday evening at 7:30: I.on Spencer, class leader. An Easter program will be presented at the Christian chun-h Sunday'evening. The feature will be a Bible drama, "Co Tell the Brethren," by Hazel Harper, and will be carried out in a modern way, with musical numbers interspersed .Cast of characters: K°v. Saturday Specials Home Made Mus- 1 f\ tard Pickles, doz. 1 vl Blue Star Matches, , 6 boxes ^Standard Oleo, pet Ib Toilet Tissue, 1,000-sheet roll . Tipton Twin Bread, 1 C _ 2 for 1Jt Red Seal Lye, per can Boiling Beef, 2 Ibs 7:30 Coffee, Ib., I8c, 2'Ibs. Good. Brooms, each Erie Mop Sticks, Q r each oc Massey's Grocery and Meat Market AT THE JUNCTION Hutchinson, Lewis McDaniels; apostles, Carl Sloan, Lester Forkner and Guy Bauchart; society ladies. Pearl Dunn and Edith f'onaway; Mary Magdalene, , Eileen Lewis; mother, Eva Thom- Jas. and daughter. Alta Ehman. Everybody invited. Robert Overdorf. a member of junior high met with a painful accident Tuesday while helping decorate the gym for -commencement exercises. The boys were ! jumping up to touch the baskets iu the gym when Robert slipped and fell and broke his collar bone. He is getting along as well as possible. Monday afternoon the annual school exhibit was held With a fine program enjoyed by all. Saturday the annual picnic will .be hold at the Xoblesville park and Saturday night the alumni banquet for which many out of town guests are expected. Mrs. Katie Stokes, Clarice Nightenhelser and Izola Ehman visited the East Union missionary meeting which w-as held at the home of Mrs. Montgomery Wednesday on state road 31. Bobby Jackson underwent a tonsil operation at the office of a physician at Noblesvillo Thursday morning. His mother Mrs. Marion Jackson accompanied him. Dr. and Mrs. O. A. Hughes and Mrs. Winnie Wibel spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Shaffer of Albright. Mrs. Clifford I Illges and family of Aurora. 111., were also guests. Mrs. Hughes is just recuperating from a major operation she underwent s i x weeks ago at the St. Vincent's hospital at Indianapolis. Mrs. Julia Nightenhelser is still confined to her bed, having been ill with stomach trouble and complications for the past three I weeks. Mrs. Will Leonard who is at the home of her parents recovering from an operation is able to be up part of the time and will KKI.V-SHILOH. DON'T BUY CHEAP PAINT-THERE'S A BURDSAL QUALITY PAINT TO DO YOUR JOB RIGHT AND SAVE YOU MONEY... No matter what Burdsal paint you select you will get a paint that gives you full value for your money. Burdsal's first consideration is to give you complete satisfaction. When you purchase and use a Burdsal product you will appreciate that you have received a full dollar's worth of quality and value for every dollar you spend. Any Burdsal paint you buy will give you excellent results and your cost will be reasonable. Ekin M. E. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Shiloh Sunday school, 9:45 a. ra. W. A. Cline and wife visited the former's mother, Mrs. Jane Cline Sunday at the home of Joe Powers and wife of Indianapolis. Earl Mason and family of near Noblesville spent Sunday with Mrs. Olive Gunn. John Rigby and family and Jim Rigby and wife of Indianapolis visited Dave Pearson and family Sunday. Scott Burton and family spent Sunday in Elwood with Ray Small and family. Mrs. Bertha Rector and sons took dinner Sunday with her brother Basil Wittaker of Sheridan, honoring his 39th birthday. Charles Wittaker and family were afternoon guests. Rev. Sparger and family of Kempton, Harold Wagner anc family. Joe Shoe and family. Carl Shoe and family. Albert Terhune and family were Sunday guests of Homer Crawford and family. Ebb Christy, son John and daughter Mrs. Clarence Boyer visited a daughter Mrs. Mabel Thompson of Indianapolis Sunday afternoon. Oscar Hinkle and. wife of Kokomo anil Frank McGuire and wife visited Mrs. Retta Small Sunday afternoon. Beryl Pearson. Mary Straiey. Claude Pickard and Denzil Pearson attended the opening day of Wallacc-Hagenback .circus Sunday at Peru. Mrs. Opal Cox of Lafayette visited Mrs. Jose Fisher Monday afternoon. Joe Biddle visited Friday afternoon with Mrs. Fisher. Russell Sturdivant and family were Sunday dinner guests of Glelland Osborn and family near Windfall. Sunday dinner guests of Frank Spurgeon and family were Henry Kassebaum and wife and Jean Kassebaum and family of Indianapolis. Afternoon guests were Mark Parks and family of Goldsmith. Roscoe Samuels and wife of near Kempton, Mrs. John Samuels, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elter, Floyd Spurgeon and wife of Atlanta 1 '" and Ralph Spurgeon and family. services and receptlonj of tjie class of new church members -will be conduted by Rev. M. C. Morrow. : ! j. . Tetersburg church notes: ! (Rev. McClure, pastor.) i Sunday school, 9:30. Roscoe Samuels, superintendent. No preaching service. Normanda church notes: (Rev. Donald Hoffman, pastor.) Beginning promptly at 9:30 the young people will have charge of an Easter program, when they will present a play, "Unto the Brethren." / I This will be followed by the usual lesson period, and at 10:45 Bruce Kershner of the Butler college of religion will bring the Easter message. j Saturday afternoon from 2:00 until 4:00 o'clock the children of the Goldsmith Methodist church will be entertained at the church with an Easter party. This party includes ntembers of tble two primary classes and the junior class. A program will .be given, and an egg hunt is being planned. i The Epworth League will'be entertained on Monday; evening, April 22 by Gerald and Miss Mildred Foster, at the| home of their parents, Mr. and ' Mrs. Earl Foster near Hopewell. , Mrs. Sarah Crum is seriously ill at the home of her niece, Mrs. Otha Hendricks, and family west of Tipton. She suffered a severe heart attack Sunday afternoon and: it was some time before she regained consciousness. "• Mrs. Crum has been staying with her niece for several months. ' Mrs. Martha Kelley, who has been ill for several months with heart trouble, is steadily improving. She is now able to sit up, and is able to take her meals at the table. She had as her Sunday guests Mrs. Bessie Hunter near Kempton, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Enright of near Arcadia and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Kelley. XEW PWA MOXF.Y. Is Being Shoveled Out in This i State to Cities. \tashington, April 19. — The government yesterday shoveling out public works money from the recent record appropriations made by congress. More than $8,000,000 is to,be spent in eighty-five cities, two- thirds of which in most instances represents loans to cities that 'increase their indebtedness. South Bend received a loan and grant aggregating $400.000 to improve its waterworks system. The labor cost will be $358.000, one- third of which will he a gift to the city from the FederalTreas- ury. A second allotment of $108,500 goes to South. Bend for park improvements. Milltown, Crawford and Harrison counties, received a $14,500 allotment for construction of a waterworks system. No loan was requested. Mrs. Gertrude Puhse ol Granite City Ifrom electrocution. Her sentence was changed to imprisonment lor ninety-nine years. The Governor delayed executions, scheduled for Good Friday, of Thomas J. Lehne and Fred Byink. ' Mrs. Puhse and Lehne_ were convicted of murdering the woman's husband after a love affair.. WOMAN SAVED.' Illinois Governor Commutes Sen- fence of Condemned Woman, PROBABLY IXSAXR. Springfield. III.. April 19.—A commutation of sentence from Governor ' Homer has now saved Youn-j Father Accused of Beating His Infant Son. (By United Press). Evansviile. April 19;—Joseph Moreland. 25, who confessed to beating'his seven-months-old son "because his bawling nearly drove me nuts," was subjected to an insanity test yesterday. City Judge Marion J. Rice ordered the test after Moreland's 19 year old wife charged he shut the baby in a closet when it was six weeks old despite her plead- .iugs, and slapped arid beat it until it cried. WHILE THEY LAST Ht... S...lo«. SUM.KMT OUSHED ALUMINUM I have preached righteousness in the great congregation; lo, I have not refrained my lips, O Lord, thou knowest.—Psalm 40:9. . fMAlSTIC' 01 ixre/viuunw I Hi«D MINI I Bufdsals Quality Paint Cqmpton 6* Son, Inc. HOICE OF DISCRIMINATING PAINTERS SINCE 1867 _ rday Last Day for Jumble Counter Have No Doubt Told You of This Ex- Offer—Do Not Fail to Get Several of These Remarkable Values. ,-is almost here We "have • the day yon want to $3.9B and H95 GOLDSSIITH. Goldsmith church notes: (Rev. M. C. Morrow, pastor.) The Epworth Leacun will have an Easter sunrise breakfast at the church basement Sunday morning. The program will begin at G:00 o'clock with breakfast at 7:00. Epworth. League members are asked to invite their friends. Sunday school, 9:30. William C. Aldrldge, superintendent. After the lesson period an Easter prograrii will be enjoyed. The committee is working on the program, and are predicting an excellent program. Come and bring your friends. Hopewell church notes: Sunday school, 9:30. Russell Collier, superintendent. Following the lesson period, a-n Easter program, sponsored by Oren Poster's class, will be given. Mrs. Churchille Barr and Mrs. Bessie Kinder, chairmen of the committee, have promised an excellent program. After the program baptismal Selling Eggs Large White, doz 23c Cracked, doz 20c Hens, live, Ib. .......20c Friers 2 to 4 Ibs., live, Attend SCHRADER'S Formal AND ANNIVERSARY SALE SMITH-ALSOP PAINTS AND SPECIALTIES Saturday, April 20 ROSES FREE TO THE LADIES DSi Reduced for 8-Oz. Bottle Furniture polish! and 3 Yards Cheese Cloth 23c BOTH FOR.. Good Chamois and Wool Spenge BOTH FOR.. 29c Floor Enamel, Quick Dry ,lQt. 69c Quick Dry Varnish Stain iQt. 69c Black Screen Enamel .Pt. 23c;|Qt. 39c Beauty 4-Hour Enamel t. 79c Floor Varnish .Qt. 59c tlin-'O-Var, Linoleum Varnish ..Qt.. 79c Eichtone Flat Wall Finish .lQt.-59c Dull Lustre Wall Finish Qt, 79 C Porch Floor Paint t. 79c Interior Gloss Finish . .JQt. 79c Paste Floor Wax . 39c Johnson's Glo-Coat iPt. 59c Wall Paper Cleaner HOUSE P«MT! Can °" Only U S. Standard Y 2 Pint TOP DSSSING AND 2-IN. BRUSH BOTH OQ r FOR . OOv T. FULL BOLTED STEP LADDER 99c RED BARN PAINT, gallon .... 98c ROOF COATING, frgal. can, gal. .. 5-lb. CAN SNAPPY WATERLESS CLEANER 39c M I ,J,I

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