The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 26, 1935 · Page 7
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 7

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, April 26, 1935
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TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOE SALE OR TRADE ! REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—40 acres, near 'Westfield; good land and improvements; electricity. L. W. Fuller. c-177 FOR EA'LE — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 55. Edna Burkhait Co. c-U FOR RENT FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE —Potatoes. Charles Michel, Phone 12XS. c-177 FOR SALE—Work horse. Kay Quellhorst. p-177 FOR SALE—Pure bred yearling Duroe male. Sylvester Ehraan, Atlanta. P-17G FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the cheapest tor farmer or 'poultryman; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf 4, FOR SALE — Four Jersey cows. * % one fresh, three heavy spring- ers. S. L. Wiles, Appletou farm. « p-lTi; IMI'OKTANT—Order chicks in advance. Hatch each ' lion. Heavies 57.45 per 100; ' S7.^3 per 500: $7.00 per l.ocxi. Large type "White L.L-pliorn* S>; »5i \nlr 10»: 50.75 per 500; Jti.^'j jier 1.0110. Few started chicks. Uoositr Hatchery. JliehiKiin- town, Ind F'OR SALE—Reed's Yellow Dent seed corn 'and one yearling Dn- roc boar.i II. L. Goodnight, Kempton. | I'- 177 FOR '-SALEj — White Leghorn eggs, pnliiirum tested; Hock >s Grade 11. ! under suite control. Leroy Ehjnaii. I'hone Atlanta. I p-F-182 FOR SALE—New Remington No. S noiseldss typewriter, shopworn, regular price 579.50, sale price ?6J., r )0 cash. Press. I t£ FOR SALE-j-Himmous metal bed, mattress and spring, good as new, IS; i-loctric "EAT" outdoor sign: cost new $2S, price $12. Ida .S- BiliH'h, Phone 1507. p-170 FOR RENT — Modern heated rooms as low as ?3 per week Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. t* FOR RENT—Six-room house, garden, garage. • Vice Barber Shop. P-177 WANTED WANTED—To rent 5 or 6-room house with garden. Phone 391. p-176 WANTED—Garden plowing; work guaranteed. Ira O. Baden. Phone 3536. P-191 WANTED—Paper cleaning. Rev. Barnes. Phone 39. .c-17 9 WANTED — Garden plowing. Shuppard Brothers. Phone 21G7. c-17 MISCELLANEOUS SPRAYING by expert. John Stafford, 121 Poplar St. p-177 LADIES—Copy names, addresses for mail order firms; experience unnecessary. Write, enclose stamped envelope. Homo Advertising, 401 Broadway. New York City. p-17S NEWSPAPER REPORTERS: You are in a great training schoo for the profession of advertis ing; learn technique through interesting home study course and qualify for a better job in this field; free booklet. Interim tional Correspondence Schools Jack Cunningham. Representative, 1S34 South Adams street Marion, Ind. c-177 MONEY TO LOAN FARM LOANS—-Reasonable rat Fielding & Fielding. o • •FT S'lai ij>AitY * Sunday Service!* * Pilgrim Holiness Obnrcb. (0. W. Barnes, pastor.) Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Morning worship at 10:30 a, m. Young Peoples meeting at 6:30 p. m. ' Evening worship at 7:30 p. in. Thursday evening prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m. St. John's Catholic Crnrch. (Rev. F. Jos. Bllstein). 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. Morning worship, 10:30; sermon 1 subject, "Can We Take Seri- je to ously the Promise of Jesus Bless Those Who Give." B. Y. P. U., 6:30 o'clock. Evening service, -7J: 30; sermon subject, "Was the Soul of Judas Iscariot Lost?" Tuesday evening regular meeting of the mission study class. Wednesday evening, business meeting and election] of officers. Thursday afternoon regular meeting of the Women's Missionary society. First Presbyterian Church. West Street Christian Church. (H. R. Pearcy, Minister.) 9:30 Church school. 10:30 Juvenile church. 10:30 Worship and sermon: "Laws and Principles." 5 p. m. Christian Endeavor. 7:30 p. m. Worship and sermon: "Easter and After." Notes: The adult groups numbered more this year at Easter than last, but the children were fewer. Let us try to recover ground in both groupings when epidemics are past. The musical program Sunday morning will be: Prelude "Cantabile," Franck; offertory, "Pastor- ale," Bibl: anthem, "Take Thou My Hand." Parks; postlude. "Duke Street." Whiting. It is to be remembered that on May 13-15 the state convention will be conducted at Marion. Cliurch of the \azarene. GOLDSMITH. FOR SALE—One Fordshon tractor and P|DWS; 1 team mules; 1 Osburii 7-ft. grain binder; used Furjlsun- tjraclor piwts; full linoHof Qtfipr and "Allis- Chalmors I farming tools. Butz Implement Store, iiobljs. Ind. Coldsmith church notes: (Rev. M. C. Morrow, pastor.) Sunday school 11:30; William | ('. Aldridge .superintendent. Evening worship 7:30. Hopewell M. E. church: Sunday school. !l:3:r; Lowell c-tf • CollkT, superintendent. __ ; I Morning worship in::;n. FOR SA!.!•:—Frost proof cabbage, | Rev. Morrow will give bis last yellow ri'Histant; head' h-ltuce: j sermon of the conference year if vim wajit to raise heads, now f Sunday at both places. Everyone is the time to put them out;'is invited to attend, home grown plants, f,c dozen; Xormanda church notes: why pay ;more? 15. C. Chan 1 .- (Rev. Donald Hoffman, pastor.) hers, North Independence* St.j Sunday school !*:i;0; Carl Tyn- (Caston R. Coyner, Pastor.) Sunday school, 9:30. Morning worship, with sermon, 10:30. N. Y. P. S.. 6:30; Mrs. Marie Goodman, leader. Lesson, "Choosing One's Friends." Evangelistic service, 7:30. Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. We cordially invite yon to worship with us next Sunday. Ono sq Depot. east Nickel I'lau c-178- Rand 6 Used Car Bargains 1933 V-S Deluxe Coach, with radio. 1930 Model A Coach. 1931 Model A Coach. A Number of Cheap Used Cars and Trucks. i Tipton Main Motor Co. or. superintendent. Morning and evening worship. Tetersiiurg church notes: (Rev. McClurc. pastor.) Sunday school 9:30; Roscoe Samuels, superintendent. Morning and evening worship at 10:30 a. m. and 7:00 p. m. THE DAILY WHEEZE Hctibs and Aroma Methodist. (Ralph E. Davison, Minister.) Hobbs. Sunday, April 2S: 9:30 a. m.. church school. 10:30 a. m. morning worship. Communion of the Lord's Supper and reception of members. Basket dinner at the noon First Stenu: "Why did you quit your job?"' Second Ditto: "The boss was so j bow-legged I fell through his lap!" See the Ruby ledger outfit; consists of ledger binder, leather top indices and 100 ledger sheets to fit; nrice only S4.00. Tribune Press. Aroma. Sunday, April 2S: 9:30 a. m., church school. 7:00 p. m., Evening worship. Wednesday May 1st, 1:30 p. m. W. H. M. S. meets with Mrs. Gloe Flora. Sunday, (Rev. R. Tunmer, Minister.) Sunday school, 9:30. Our Sunday school has had {a better average attendance this last few weeks than it has for; a long time. Our six-piece orchestra rehearses every Friday evening at 7:30 at the church. If you j are lookin's for a place to use your musical talent, we welcome |you to our Sunday school. j Divine worship at: 10:45. Sermon theme: "The Open Door." The ladies chorus will sing an an them at this service. I ' Christian Endeavor at 6:00 o'clock. Miss Betty Jane Tatman will lead. Choir rehearsal meets every Thursday evening at 7:30. A cordial invitation is extond- ed to all to attend ! our pnbli session Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 at the! home of Mrs. Bertha Cdmpton'j ; Prayer mfeeting on ' Thursday evening at 7i30 will be in charge of the Gospel Team with Dr. Louis Foster presiding. The pastor leaves Tuesday morning for! the sessions of the North Indiana annual conference, to be held at the First Methodist Episcopal church at Fort Wayne. • TKI-KAl'LM COXVKXTIOX. State Affair Is lioing Hold in in- ilianapolis. Weslcyaii Methodist Cliurrh. Several members of the' local Tri-Kappa sorority, as well as the two Tipton delegates, Mrs. Clyde Webb and Mary Gene Essig were at Indianapolis Friday to attend the formal banquet and ball in the Riley room at the Claypool, as a part of the state, Tri-Kappa convention now in session there. The convention opened Thursday evening with a reception and Friday morning the first busine.- session was' held at which timo the nominating committee wan appointed. 'This committee will report at the afternoon session Saturday. ; Saturday's program includes two plays to be given by the In diana university traveling theatei in the morning, with the convention closing in the afternoon with a tea for all Tri-Kappas. patronesses, mothers, and guests. AJ this time, the feature of entertainment wijl bo the review <it the book. "The '[" n k n o w Brahms." by Mrs. Kathryn Tur- noy Gartrn. nnd the musical program by Prof. Li nnart V Zweigberg's trio from Indiana university. : fA. E. Beyler. Minister.) fl:30 a. m. Sunday school. Price, superintendent. 10:30 a. in. sermon by Mrs. Vernon Smith. 6:30 p. m. Young Peoplo'r, meeting. 7:30 p. m. preaching by Mrs. Barnes. 7:30 p. m., Wednesday, prayer service. The pastor will lit? gone ovor Saturday and Sunday to assist Rev. Hoover in quarterly nircting it Carmel. Last Sunda'j" we broke our record Sunday school attmid- ince. Let us now pull together for hat 100. The public is -cordially 'nvitcd to any or all' of our services, i MAY BE DELAYED Movement in California Assembly to Reconsider Its Resolution. Kinanurl Lutheran Cliurrh. May Eth, conference Sunday — no preaching. First Baptist Church. (Rev. C. A. Wade, pastor.) Sunday school, 9:30. BIGGEST VALUES IN S FD imU YOU GET MORE FOR YOUR MONEY WJiEN YOU BUY FROM AN IRIZEO FORD DEAlf R ' •'"* ""'--~ 11^" Snub ~ -.Li- Good Used Cars REDUCED IN PRICE To Pit Your Pocketbook- Priced From $50 Up Used Electric Washers New Delco Batteries $4.95 Exchange Service Motor Co. Bnick — Olds — Pontiac | GMC Tracks — FrigidaireJ (Rev. Theodore Sclr.van. pastor.) Sunday school, 9:;I!0. Morning worship, |lO:30. Walther League banquet. 6:00 o'clock p. m. All persons furnishing food for the banquet, are asked to bring it Sunlday morning. Dean Henry Kumnick- of the Valparaiso univcrsitjf will be the speaker for the evening at the banquet. j Ladies Aid business meeting Wednesday all day, i with Mrs. Minnie Powell and Mrs. William Quade as hostesses, j Choir rehearsal Thursday ; evening. ! cha Used Car Bargains A. H. Hlnton Chryaler and Plymouth 1088 Dodge Coach 1930-Jfcboto Sedan " Epworth League chapter meets at 6:30. The Senior Group in the church parlor will- consider the topic: "What Is Our Community Like? — Its Good Features." Helen Woodruff will bel the leader | COURT ACTION LIKELY (l»y United Press). Sacramento. (Jal., April,26. —I .Members ot the assembly of the California legislature approved a resolution calling for immediate freedom for Tom Mooney and Warren K. Billings. Tbe reconsideration, 'however, most likely will reaffirm the sentiment of the majority that the life sentences of the men sentenced for the Preparedness Day bombings in which 10 persons were killed in San Francisco in 1916 be commuted by Governor Frank F. Merriam to time served. Assemblyman James F. Brennan, who as assistant district attorney of San Francisco prosecuted Billings, introduced the resolution. It carried by a vote of 51 to 2S after much debate-. Much of tbe opposition came from Assemblyman diaries Fisher, Oakland, one of the 40 persons injured in the bomb explosions during; a patriot]':: demonstration. Hronnan's resolution did not commit the assemblymen to expressing any opinion of the guilt or innocence of the two famous prisoners but .sought to solve "a fixed and contentious problem" commutation Travel By Inlcrurban Safer and Cheaper There was not one -single -passenger fatality on the Indiana Railroad System in 1934. Ride the interur- ,ban. Be safe — and save at IV&c a mile, round trip. INDIANA RAILROAD SYSTEM O'Malley said. Pointing his finger at the Huntington mayor and newspaper editor, O'Malley added "You are guilty of 50 different crimes." "You are a liar," Bangs replied. He, was admonished to be quiet by Special Judge David A. Smith of Ft. Wayne. "H is a crime for any utility to servo part of its customers -without meters and discriminate against thqse who pay," O'Malley continued. TO KEOKGAXIZK. Big Kocuriuy Firm in Chicago Is In Trouble. See the New Leonard Electric Refrigerators • H. J. SCHRADER & CO. r>e«g • <3| - • •sSJ •.C «4 ••--'-& ••-;» J.C.PENNEY-GO 116-118 South Main St. •..••:•>.<••, •.••'••** (By United Press). Chicago, April 26.—The Webster Securities Corporation hasi filed a Voluntary reorganization petition under Section 77B of the| amended bankruptcy law, it was! learned today. The company listed liabilities of $18,082,747. Assets, according to Attorney Walter Eckert, whoi tiled the petition, consist general-1 ly of the securities of the public' LEATHERMAN FUNERAL HOME •Ambulance Service -.-••,•--TS Furnace Coils Waste Fuel Replace Your Coil With a Self Action GAS WATER HEATER Public Service Co. of Ind.: '••"A i utilities securities corporation, a a book; by rc-cninmrnding and their release. | holding company, with Mooney can be expected to op-| value of 311,09.9,030. post! freedom on those grounds. IFn consistently has refused to seek parole and has asked only for a pardon, which would restore bis citizenship rights and also clear him entirely of a crimi Marriage .Announced. Mr. and Mrs. B!ount Wright of West Madison street have announced the marriage of their AAAAA to KEE S3 — EXXA JETTICKS — SK America's Smartest Walking Shoes. NU-WAY SHOE STORE Xorth Side. Square — Tiptou of wl,i:-h IK* insists he is innocent. dall! , htt , r Martlla . to •••.„,„,,., H . The gray-haired former labor Boomcrs j lin loader con Id not he reached Kemp Memorial Methodist. (John Ward Rose] Minister.'i Morning Unified | Service .it 9:30—The pastor's sermon topic will be: "Second Choices." Tito choir will sing an anthem and Miss Helen White ntj the orga'i will play: "Chorale'f by Buck: "Spring Song" by Mendelssohn and "St. Oskayd's Festal March" Tfae Electr j c Refrigcrator you buy by Bevridge. I , ,, , ; , . 1 should do two things: i 1. Provide safe refrigeration below 50°^ (No matter how ~ hot the kitchen gets). 2. Freeze enough Ice—fast enough--—to meet; all your needs, i Only the Frigidaire '35 is equipped with the Super Freezer, which maintains constant lowi temperatures—no matter how high the mercury soars—and Ikeeps your food wholesome and delicious. he San Quchtin. prison where he .serving his.term. However, there would be littl' that .Mooney. could do about it if Governor Merriam ordered him freed from prison. His course., attorneys said, would havo to be one in which ho would, se-.k court action to havi* himself committed' to prison until granted a pardon or freed by reversal of his sentence. Attorneys for the prisoner at present are working on a plan which will take his case before the state supremo court for th-.* first timn. Eventually it may rea-.-h the U. S. supreme court should the state courts deny hi-j plea for a writ of habeas corpus. The Marin county court last week refused to allow a writ. The next step takes the application to the* court of appeals. Billings, on thn other 'hantl. wants only his freedom, regardless of the conditions. He has been denied parole twice. • * » CHAItUKO WITH 50 CKI.MKS. son of Mr. and Mrs.. William Boomershine of Columbia avenue, which took place in Louisville. Kentucky. March '24. The bride is employed at the Danncr Brothers Variety Storo. and the groom is cm-ployed in the Perfect Circle factory. They will ! reside in Tipton. j Both are well known young j people of the -city who have a | host of friends to wish them much happiness in life. •»« • Found Guilty. 9c BREAD— iy 2 -l». loaf .... KROGER GROCERY & BAKING CO. Comforts, Blankets7Quilts SMITSON'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING Phone 120 JSf liunlington Mayor Answered Accusation |>y Hurling Lie. <ny fnited Tress). j 'Sullivan. April 2G. — Gerald, Grable, Terre Haute, was found j guilty by a jury in Sullivan circuit court today on ' charges of ' robbery. He faces a maximum ; term of 25 years. | • Grable was charged with the j lorturo robbery of James Eeger- man. Sullivan, county recluse. See— YOUNG & MASON Suits and Furnishings 106 East Jefferson St. Try Asparagus. (By United Press). Washington. April 26.—For that tired feeling—try asparagus —-i£ surpasses sulphur and molas- r,es as a spring pick-me-up, the AAA advised today. Radio Repairs LINEBACKS and Norman Day will votions. The Forum young people above age'will meet in the at this same hour and their topic give the de- Group for high school upper room will be: "Does God pose For Every Ise John is annonced er with Miss' Dorothj rlave a Pur- Miss Lou- as the lead- Fox giving the devotions. A duet selection tho Misses will be rendered jby Elizabeth Swift. HasketL and Evening Service ai pastor will have an message this hour on the topic: "Heart Hanger." Music features be:'a ^violin will play: i"Teach Me Jewltt and a dujt : sjelectlon T Htled, J/Spraehow,'!; b; •.Aokiey, tf!^r*' ! ^Ljl_'"_Jv'i_L^ 11 '««_-x.' i'«lrjl;II . J»l ,.«nii«!LtI' Hijzel 7:30—The evangelical to. Pray'.' The Super Frjeezer freezes more ice—faster. Ejvery Frigidaire '35 has the Super Freezer, j Visit our Spang Parade and let us; show yon how [the Super Freezer operates—and how it will : nye you money. id itor (Hy Uniteil Prow). Iliintington, April 25.—Mayor | C. W. II. Bangs "is guilty of. f>0 j different crimes." Mart O'Malley.; counsel for the Xorthern Iiidiami Power Company, alleged during final arguments in contempt of court proceedings against the Huntington city official.. "Bangs has misused and abused every fund in the city hall." Letter openers for the office or home desk. Tribune Press. tf BLUE BEACON A Coal With Remarkable Heating Qualities Don W. Coffin ~ Erie Street Phone 70 .'•'S-':'"' <£/.'£;" ; ^!S '.'£?: :..'•£. -'»»''- : - : *« > •- ea:'-:''imv-«* CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES "Probation after Death", is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, April 28. The Golden Text is: "God will redeem my soul from the power of the grave: for he shall receive me" (Psalms 49:15). Among- the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon' is the following from the Bible: ''Therefore my heart is glad, and my glory rejoiceth: my flesh also shall rest-in hope. Thou wilt show me the path of life: in thy presence is fulness of joy; at thy right hand there ire pleasures for ', evermore" (Psalms 16:9,11). . • The, Lesson-Sermon also includes the following : passages. .from; the Christian Science textbook, "Science nnd Health with Key : to'the Scrip- tnrps," by Mary Baker Eddy:!-"Mortals need not fancy that belief in the • T-*rT' •» _'__- "^ • '^f-,jrr-i%.~^^Jtt\: t ^.^L 11-' Public Sale, Closing Out! I have rented my farm and will sell at public auction' oh my farm two miles south of Kempton, one mile of Hub Highway, on Wednesday, May 1,193 Sale Starts at 10:30 Sharp TWO HEAD HOESES *i r Both dark iron grays, 2 and ;! rears old, well broke and gooctji workers. TWO HEAD CATTLE ! One red heifer, 2 years old.-may he fresh by day of sale; one stein cow, 6 years old, to be fresh any time; a good milker. '\- SHEEP HOGS i One ewe- 4 lambs. , One sow; 2 .shoatsJ • ; FEED AND FARM IMPLEMENTS| Soy beau 'hay and some straw; soy bean seed; potatoes and ; llwagoii-.. low down, with bed; 1 riding plow; 1 walking ' tow; b°!*t: harness j and; collars; .forks and/shovels; 1 ra^L store; <jne rourid^dlningjtable; l .bed springs, and mattress, tafiS-^ a'^licles ;-ioo numerous: to 'mention. ' :':-•'• I ;'',fr"s;l

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