The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 19, 1935 · Page 7
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,T;-%_'-.:'•• w CLASSIFIED ADS ?OE &£B OB TRADE EEALESTATE FOR SALE—Choice alfalfa Say. Jacob Raquet, Arcadia, c-172 FOR SALE^'-room semi-modern house, ,2-w'ar garage, 215 Green street, •«&•• easy terms. L. W. Fuller.'" c-170 FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALB—Spring coat, size S, reasonable. Phone 1612. c-170 FOR SALE — Good used ice boxes. • Lineback's. c-171 FOR SALE—19 feeding shoats. Forest Thomas, Tipton, Phone 32X1. • c ' 171 FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks proven the • cheapest tor farmer or poultryman; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf FOR SALE — Old Hickory floor enamel, G9c quart; makes like new, and only at Rexall Drug Store. c ' t£ FOR SALE — Super clean bard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 55. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tl FOR SALE—New Remington No 8 noiseless typewriter, shopworn, regular price $79.50, sale price $61.50 cash. Tribuae Press. FOR SALE—Good used tires and tubes, 30x3%, 4.40x21. 4.50x 21, 5.00x20 and many others, Lineback's. c-171 FOR SALE — Grand piano, liks new, 1334 model; to save expense o_t shipping back to factory win sell at a real bargain: give reference. Writa Factory Man, 812 Main Street, Anderson, Ind. c-171 FOR RENT FOR SALE OR TRADE — Remington typewriter, No. 12, in good condition. The Tribune Press. tf FOR SALE — English Leghorn hatching eggs; also brown leather couch and oil stove, in good condition-. Mrs. Clinlic Cochrau. e - 170 FOR SALE — White Leghorn eggs, "puliorum tested; flock is Grade B, under state control. Leroy Ehman. Phone Atlanta. p-F-170 WANTED—Garden plowing; work guaranteed. Ira O. Baden Phone 3536. P" 19 FOR SALE—Certified Keid's Yellow Dent seed corn; fire and rack dried; prices right. Earl Foster, Sharpsville. c-F-tf , IMPORTANT—Onl.-r i-liieks .in :iilvam-.-. HaU-li c.vh Slon. Jlc.-n-i.-s $7.4.-. per 100; IfT'T, |HT SOU: 57.00 per 1,000. IJ..-irKe typo While Leghorns .Iia ]i«.-r !<"': fl"-"-" 1 per 500; «r. r.o I't-r l.i""'. Few .started chicks. Hoosier HiiK-iiery. Michigantown, Ind WANTED — Everybody to know you can buy nice wall paper fo Sc 'double roll. Rexall Drug Store. c ' 1 FOR SALE — One Fordshon tractor and plow*;- 1 team mules; 1 Osborn 7-ft. grain binder; }. used -Fordson tractor, parts; full line of Oliver and Aliis- Butz Hobbe. Ind. c-tt Chalmers Implement Store, Good Used Cars REDUCED IN PRICE To Fit Ydur Pocketbook- Priced(From $50 Up Factory Rebuilt Maytag Ford Truck-Witb. Rack New Delco Batteries .$4.95 Exchange Service Motor Co. Buick — Olds — Pontiuc CMC Trucks — Frigidaires FOR RENT — Modern heated rooms as low as $3 per week Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. f 'OR RENT Modern heated apartment, well Jocated; applj Mrs. Cora . Foster at Jewelri Store.. •-• c-172 WANTED WANTED—Household, yard, gar den work. Call 4344. P-10S to our paint opening and hca the Mississippi Jubilee Colored Sunday Services * siil pilgrim Holiness Church. (O. W. Barnes, pastor.) Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Horning -worship at 10:30 a. m. Young Peoples meeting at 6:30 p. m. Evening worship at 7:30 p. m. Thursday evening prayer Meeting at 7:30 p. m. St. John's Catnolfc Crorch. (Rev. F. Jos. Bllsteln). Low mass at T:30 a. m. High mass at 10:30 a. m. Devotions at 2:30 p. m. Devotional and Benediction at 7:30 p. m. Sermon with first and second mass. N. Y. P. S., 6:30; stibject, ".The Resurrection." Rev. G! R. Coyner will be tfie leader. The service will be conducted in the form pf a dialogue between the leader and various ones in the audienoe. Special Easter music. Evening service, 7:30. Miss Gardner, a missionary from Central America, will speak. Be sure to hear this inspiring messago. Kemp Methodist .Church. (Rev. J. W. Rose,! Pastor) Easter will be appropriately observed in the Sunday services. Morning Unified; Service, 9:3') a. m. Prelude,' "Alleluia" (Stults) organ and piano, Miss Helen White, organist. Miss Louise Henderson, pianist; hjrmii, "Come, Yc Faithful, Raise tilic Strain;" pastorinl prayer and | choral response; anthem, "Jesus Christ Is (Risen Today". (Lorcnz) choir; re- Factions Wanting Sales Tax Intend to Press the Governor. West Street Christian Church. (II. R. Pearcy, Minister.) G a. m.. Sunrise service. !):;)0 Church school. { 10:30 Easter worship and scr-ltho word. John l«:l-24; anthem. M Attentiotil - i , Lonsivo reading; the! ministry of j one unless it.became I - _ . L . .. .,n,.ni_>u.>,-f Mtiil^ri iliA HE DENIES. PROMISE (international News.) Indianapolis, April 19.—The question of whether there shall be a special session of the Gen- oral Assembly, which; has lain dormant for several weeks, was out in the open today. : Declarations by Governor Paul V. McNutt yesterday that he saw no great public demand .for an extraordinary meeting of the assembly and could not summon absolutely mon: "The Resurrection Life." 5 p m. Christian Endeavor. "Raster Morning" (Wilson) th choir; special Easter; offering in necessary chilled the advocates of Xotes: We sha,, have e*,e,,e,H J recession, hymn. "Hai, the Day programs of worship on Sunday, j That Sees His the gathering considerably. Nevertheless, the proponents,Joash Chest, witli choir sing-1 contending that they had been assured by the highest lion sources that the would be called to Indianapolis Rijie;' junior ins 01 worsnin on ouuuiu • i IIUL ot--t:o ji'a m?i-» j...m.. , . o'clock the Sunrise servu-,- ,hurch for boys and feirls. church j early this ,,,n,n,er. prepared to will be conducted by the ladies and the junior -choir. The church -school classes make their regular benevolence offering this Sunday. The morning servi-.-c will stress the Easter message. Morning miisival program : 1'n:- parlors; sermon, "Sorrow Turned pasjflr; Hymn, into Joy," the -One There Is, Above All Others;" postlude. "Christ Is Riser." (Mazart) organist; churrh school study- periofl; benediction, doxol- Epwortli League, lude, "Unfolil, Ye Portals Evcr-jporum group: Topic, lasting," Gouiuid: offertory. "Of- gible Lies?" Leader, Quartet nxet Saturday. Rex- | ferti all Drug Store. c-170 MISCELLANEOUS EXPERT paper cleaning; 50c per room and up. Claude Jolly. Phone 16S. c-lTl HAIR CUTS, 15c. Vice's, 517 N. Independence. c-173 CAR of good old Hard Burly on track. Coppock's. c-tf SCHOOLS—Succeed through spare time study; modern instruction; reasonable • terms; booklet. International Correspondence Schools, Jack Cunningham, Representative, 1S34 South Adams St., .Marion, Ind. c-171 Konnct; anthem. "Ninv | Porter. • Intermediate group, .top- is Come Our Salvation." Proth-r-! j s _ "Kaster Victory." Leader, oe: solo. "The First Eastor! jr ay porter; devotions. Jean UHII- Morn," \Vossel. Mrs. Frank Riis-,t ;l; reading, Mrs. IJorny Snow: sell; and postlnde, "In TIfce Is i vocal solo, Wilmer .Vo.viio. Gladness," Bach. I Evening Service. "::.(i i>. :n. — The evening service will bo aJThe choir presents "A Paseant "C of beautiful music. -the l:esurrei:tion," by Willi.i .1 V. Mrs. E.i K. KcUvuvdJ ;1 Miss JHH'M! Wl-itc press their demands. Tin: proposal of a. state two- percent sales tax, with reduction of tho gross iiu-onia levy and elimination of property taxes, made by a number of special groups, aroused inui-h ,of the interest in the special session. This program was backed by RaymoiU | the '"diana Farm Bureau. Asso p. Evening musical program: Prr- Dixey. with . U de. "T,Lks Be to Ood" , fro,, directin, « Elijah K Mendelssohn; cantata.; at thu organ. Retailers of Indiana". Indi ana Real Estate Association. Indi ana Wholesalers Association ant Indiana League of Civic Associa tions. . Another bit of pressure to j wards covering the ; legislator! j came .from a. spirited group o | lawmakers and politicians, who ! We will iiot bb uiiderseil on tires We will tneet all tive! prices with -Si Phone 297 224 |E. Jefferson Si ton, soloists. Mrs. R. 1"). Leather- j Land oi tho Midnight Suu." man, Eileen Gray. Vonnie Coy : Mrs. Elizabeth Hlackr.iorc. a and R. S. Martin: offertory, "Of fer?ory," Diibois; and, postlud- "Postlude," Rhelnberger. - I . "- . [ torial candidacy MONEY TO LOAN FARM LOANS—Reasonable' rate Fielding & Fielding. : tf Displaying; Trophies. For Sale or Trade 1934 V-8 Demonstrator 1933 V-8 Coach ' 1929 Model A Coupe 1929 Doo>e Sedan 11928 Essex Coach 1931 Chevrolet Coupe, new paint, -hew-vrte. These Cars Can Be • financed on Very ^Liberal Terms. Tioton Main Motor Co. Paul Graham, jeweler, has on display in his show window on North Main street the basketball trophies awarded by the Elks lodge to members of the high school basketball team and thoir coach, at a banauet given recently. Tho individual, trophies wen; awarded to the ten members of tho team who took part in tlis tournaments this spring, the studpnt manager, and the coa^h, Johnny Ward, and each bears the owner's name. THE DAILY WHEEZE ? EEZE j Rose: "Ho-*- are you getting along with your automobile lessons?" Boss: "Wonderfully! Last iilKht I thing!" learned how'' to aim the the DEALER you vDijiti a USED CAR . of Lieutenant tive Eskimo, Tuesday ,v*,,i,, B in G° vc ™»' >'• Clifford Townsend the church auditoriuM 317:4-, ,m- an(1 somi; ot tllC -»I-P° rte « " der tho auspice, of jthe Woman's Senator Frederick VanNuys and To all these -services the pub-i Home Missionary Society. R - H:u ' 1 1>cters ' Iprmcr SlatG lie at large will be most welcome. > Ladies' Aid Society — Monthly Chairman. The Missionary society will general mooting. Wednesday aft- Vndcr the present convention meet on next Wednesday aftm- ernoon at 2:30, wiih Mrs. Mar- i seMI "' 1>leas E " aroenlee - th P ! Governor's patronage secretary. through bis cntrol of the state organization, -probably can nomi- noon at 2:30 o'clock at the horn.-j ion Hay. 457 Xorth West street. of Mrs. A. E. Burkhart at 2?,3 K.: Prayer Meeting j— Thursday Main street. A delegation from evening, church parlors, at 7:30. Elwood will be the guests of the | Charles Fields is the leader au- ! natu himseU " ° r a " J ' ( " le . ' - I I i-linilsr.s in tlic 1!)36 cube society at this meetin i nounced. Wcsli-j-an Mcthoilist rimn-h. (Rev. A. E. Bcyler. Ministor.) 9:30 Sunday school. A. Prico, superintendent. 10:30 Easter message by pastor. 7:30 Easter program. Wednesday evening, at o'clock, prayer meeting. First Prrsbytt-riun Church. (Reuben E. Tunmer, Minister.) Sunday school at!!>:.'!0. Sunday school members are reminded i that a missionary offering is; tak- ; «.n on Easter Sundaly. i Divine worship at .10:45. . TIr; I choir will sing twq Easier an- j thems, and Howard! Tunmer will A cordial invitation is extender! ; sing "Hail to the Risen Lord." to the public to attend any or ail • "An Easter Uoxology" will be tlu of our services. theme of the morning sermon. We arc anticipating a fine Ens-j The Ho'me Workers will myit ter program Sunday evening. ] in tho -church parlors next Wt<i- LU1 |)IUJ^I*Hll k) II UUil J li»V*»»«»-J-»»» «, •• V •»-»*»••*.»» ^.M.* ».j;. « 1>V .I.L ..»,.• Come and enjoy the evening with > ncsday evening at 7J:::o. The hos- us. » in the 1!>36 Kubernatoria! contest, political observers b^,- lieve. Curiously, the same group of organized farmers backing the uxtraordinary session from a taxation' standpoint also; is support- ing the gubernatorial ambitions of Townsend. The VanNuys and Peters chieftains are said to indorse the primary bill so that the Governor's control of the Democratic party machinery may be ended. Dsspite assertions by Senator Jacob Weiss, Democratic floor leader of the senate, a number of other legislators and representatives of the special groups that the administration chief tains promised a special session, the Governor has declared that no such assurance was given. The Governor said he would stad by his assertion that the only administration promise came when he spoke to the. lawmakers saying "it probably will be necessary" to summon the legislators. ' . CHRISTIAN SCIENCE i SERVICES "Doctrine of Atonement" is tho subject of the LessonrSermon in ail Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, April 21. . The Golden Text is: i "Christ wss once offered to bear 'the sins of many; and unto them that look for him; shall he appear the second tim-3 " -*Church of tltr (Gaston II. Coyner, pastor. > Sunday school, !):30; Herman Goodman, superintendent. A table and nthnr cquipmrni wer:> recently added for the little children. They will also hi; provided with special chairs soon. Children's Easter service at 10:30. Morning worship, 10:45; Easter m e s a s g e, "Resurrection Truths." Remember the Easter offering Tor world-wide missions. ; without sin unto salvation" (Hebrews 9: 28). : ' tosses will be Mrs. JIurlo Mnnclell. Among the citations -which comr Mrs. Charles Tomptins and Mrs. ! P r .'« the .Lca B on-Sejmon.jj the K. M. Smith. Choir n-hcur.'ial every Thursday evening at 7:30 at! the church. Used Car Bargains A. H. Hlnlon OhryBler and Plymouth .*t''• First Baptist .lliim-h. fRrv. C. A. Wat e, pastor.) Sunday school at 9:30. Morning worship, Splendid Easter 10:30. irograni: Sunday evening at 7:3>. Friday night the pastor • will preach on "The Ftysical Sufferings of Jesus." Wednesday, 7:3(1, services. At 8:30, cho'irTJractfce. Thursday afternpun, Ludieis Aid society/ Ejimnucl Luther in XJliurth. Sunday school, 9:30. j ; Easter Service, I (: 3 0; tbq now- ly coriflrmed will i 'ecelve; I tl^elr first communion In this sehjlcip,: l - Eaater service at the county ln- .flrnrary Sunday aftirnoon. kl 2:0" following from the Bible: "But if the wicked will turn froni all his sir.s that he hath committed; and keep all my statutes, and do jthat which -is lav.-f ul and right, he shall surely live, he shall not die" (Ezeldel 18: 21). The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following passages from ths Christian Science textbook, "Scienc3 and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy: "Wis 7 dom and Love may require man? Bacrificcs of self to siva us Bin. I One sacrifice, however great, is. insufficient to -pay the {debt of sin. The atonement reauires constant self-immolation on the sinners part" See— YOUNG & MASON Suits and Fumishinga 106 East Jefferson St. Radio Repairs LINEBACKS BLUE BEACON A Coal {With Remarkable Heating Qualities Don W. Coffin Brie Street Phone 70 I Governor McNutt has taken, the position that the budget is balanced, a viewpoint which is not shared by a number of Republlr can critics of his regime. " ; Hence, an extraordinary session "will not be necessary from the financial standpoint, unless supplemental state Iegislatfij& Is required to provision^ of Congress for public works and social security, according to the Governor. - • i Whether the Governor will be able to resist th« pressure from the special taxpayer groups and the politicians remains to be seen. FINAL NOOX SERVICE. large Attendance at Passion Week Meeting at Rltz Theater. ; The attendance at the final 'rjieeting of the noon day passion iveek services which have beea held at the Ritz theater this week '^as largely attended. Members of the Kiwanis -club attended the services-in a.body; Dr. Fcank K. Baker, pastor oE the First Presbyterian church of Anderson delivered the address, Which was one of the best of the series. ; IBEEAD— 1%-lb, loaf 9c KEOGER GROOEEY & See th| New Leonard ,. Electric Eefrigerators'-' H. J. SCHEADER & CO. dC 116-ilBI 8«i«».^*ta" itt(' "j.'.^-^K.5lp. : ':; K : , ! : :1:.i-./;j -'.' ^'^MtelSP^K^ t^wss^:y^^mi m vft PEaeetiTng the address Howard/ Tunmer sang a solo with Mrs. B. Stemen accompanist. '" ''*$< Prior to dismissal Rev. Joftn ;r| W. Rose thanked all who had as- ~-5| sisted In making these noon day-.-Js services a bigger success than an--r^ ticipated. •• • : M Called 'By United Press}. Lebanon, April 19.—The prosecution called Theodore a "dirty liar" today during Ing arguments in his ma trial in Boone circuit court.' Tribune Want Ads Pay. Sorrel Belgian Stallion./^ OWNED BY Ii. A.. MF Making Season at Martin^ Farm at Jackson STALLION tN»BK IiEASaB Paul Monuments and Say, if you are thinkuag of placing a or marker to a! loved one's grave, it wilT pay -see me. I represent the Southeast Granite OoniBpg5 Atlanta; Ga. Ask to see samples of our Stone : " tain granite— -will not fade or rust; bright, :all time,-'./..- ! . . . -• • ' .. Would be pleased to have you caE at any time and ^eeouri different designs; and prices,; or by. reftoe^ will -can on jjfo^with samples, etc. Phone 24Tl»;( see me a;t Coppock's Coal . - ' • • - • ; •: Salesman — - Tipton, Indiana. • • .-K{3 - •" ;- • - i:,^^mM^Mmsiw^M^Aii^^^

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