The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 10, 1935 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, May 10, 1935
Page 6
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YES, AND THE REGULAR PRICE |S ONLY A,POUND/ MY/THIS NEW BAKING POWDER OPENS EASILY/ ; Hills Baptist church services: (Rev. M .S. Sparger, pastor.) Sunday school. 10:00 a. in. Morning worship. 11:00 a. in. •Mother's Day program. Sermon: "Heaven and Home." Evening service at 7: SO in charge of the young people of the church. The service consists of a drama entitled "Memories." Methodist church services: (Rev. J. C. Bean, Minister.) Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Morning worship, 10:-15 a.-in. Evening worship, 7:30 p. m. Following tlie Sunday school hour a short Mother's Day program will be presented as follows: Solo. Wanda Sue Tunis: reading, "Definition." Marilyn Gossard; recitation, "The Orphan Homage," Barbara rtirketts; candlelight service. "I Light IIy Candle," four junior girls and teacher; musical reading. Gene Harlow. Christian church services: (Rev. John (i. Clark, pastor.) Sunday school at !):.'IO followed by a Mother's Day program consisting of song by the congregation: scripture reading, Mrs. Ho'i- ert Cox; solo, "I Wouldn't Trade the Silver in My Mother's Hair for All the World," Mary Floyd; recitation. Betty Floyd: duet, "Mother's Love," Gene Orr and Anita Beaver; recitation. Billa Cunningham; solo, "Tell Mother I'll Be There," Melba Orr; recitation, Dolly Bozell; solo, "That Wonderful Mother of Mine," Eloise Wheeler; reading, "Home," Oren Hector; benediction. A surprise birthday dinner was given by Mrs. Oral B\irget west of Kempton Sunday in honor of Mr. Burget's 26th birthday. A large birthday cake baked by Mrs. Burget formed a beautiful centerpiece for the heavily laden table. A pleasant afternoon was spent and all departed wishing Mr. Burget many more happy birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Warden of West Middleton, Mr. _and Mrs. Ernest Vawters, William Amos and family and Claud Johnson and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Henry east of Kempton. Violet Warden who has been visiting the past week with Claud Johnson returned home with her parents. . Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Boyer, Sam Boyer and daughter Phyllis and Mrs. Ella Boyer motored to Rush county Sunday to attend the funeral of a cousin Mrs. Ella Powers which was held at her home at Milroy Sunday afternoon with burial at Milroy. Mr. arid Mrs. Louie Brandenberg of Chicago came Tuesday to visit with- Bert Hawkins and family. Wednesday morning Mrs. Hawkins and son Arnold _ and daughter Margie and the Brand- enbergs motored to Austin to visit Mrs. Hawkins' mother Mrs. 'Sanford Slater. They returned home Sunday. Mrs. Oral Burget and Blanche Burget visited Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kinder of Kokomo. Bernice Boyer left Monday morning for Kokomo where she entered the business college for a/14 weeks' business course. The O. K. 4-H club of Kempton met Wednesday afternoon at the Methodist church with 27 members present. The meeting was called to order by the president Margaret Bell Harlow with New Tyj Will Sol Interurban Cars 'ice Sunday Ten new type interur ban cars of modern design and appointments will'be placed in service on Sunday, May 12. on the Indiana- polls-Ft. Wayne line of the Indiana Railroad System which operates through Tipton, according to announcement by W. it. Snodgrass, greneral superintendent of traffic. At the same time, the old-style LOOK! Case's Bakery Introduces A New Bread C. In the Same Wrapper With a New and Better Flavor IT.':.- This New Bread Is Made From Superior Products It Stays Fresh Longer and Tastes Best of All Why Buy Others When You Can Buy Such a Delicious Bread? cars, cumberson and, somewhat shabby in appearance, wjWl be retired as a new step is marked in the history of the interurban lines in this section. : The move toward greater comfort and convenience of passengers is declared by officials of the interurban line as a direct bid for increased patronage which it is hoped will make possible .a satisfactory financial return [from the line's operation. For nearly two years, ana Railroad, which is the Indi- i. part of the entire interurban system, has been in receivership under the management of Bowman! Elder. Several months ago Mr. Elder leased the remainder of; the system in order to; eHect changes In operation that would protect creditors of the line and the public. The portion of the line'northward ana Service 'Corporation and leased <by Mr. Elder. - j "The financial picture ijvould not permit outright purchase of the new-type equipment, but the ten cars have been obtained' through an agreement with the manufacturer," Mr. Elder explained. "I have been .assured that jthe communities along this line are anxious to have interurban service retained, and we are co-operating to make patronage of the interurban cars as attractive as possible. "Modern, more comfortable service will be rendered without any increase in fare, with the present one cent i mile irate continuing for round trip travel. It is hoped that the traveling public will take advantage of this improved service." ! Passengers on the new-type cars will find them much more from Peru is owned 'by the Indi- I ' " " •} comfortable than the old large cars,! it is saidJThe new cars, considerably shorter and lower than the old equipment, have a capacity 'of thirty-four seats in the regular passeflger compartment, eightKseats in jthe smoking room and eight seats in the rear of the car which can j be used either for baggage or passengers. All seats are of the buckat type,: with special attention having been paid ;to springs and upholstery for maximum : comfort. Considerable care also has been given to arrangement of illumination.! Ten lighting fixtures provide ample light for comfortable reading. Either hot or cold weather operation will find the cars ctmi- fortable, because of specially designed ventilating and • heating equipment. Ten exhaust type ventilators provide for a ; constant movement ot ?iir throughout the car. The cars are heated' by electricity, thermostatically controlled to maintain a .constant warmth for winter operation. Another impotrant comfort feature is that the height of the entrance step is lower and much easier of access than formerly. The first stepj is only one foot from the ground and the other two steps into [the entrance vestibule !are only;ten inches high making it much easier for women elderjy persons ov passengers loaded with luggage to hoard the cars., ' \ ; Only entrance to the cars i from the front, although an emergency safety door is provided at the right rear of the car 'and may also be used for loading baggage The ! baggage: co.mpartment i completely closed oft from the passenger compartment, so thai cold, .rain or snow will not causi discomfort to i passengers when the baggage door is opened. For the present, there will he no change in schedule on the in terurban line serving this com munity. Last fall three cars wen added in service on this line There now are; fourteen ;cars op erated daily between Indianapo Hs and Fort Wayne, in'; addition to twelve part way runs. the singing of the club songs. Instructions were given 1 by the president and the record books were given to the members. The lurilor leaders, Rosemary Gossard, Dorothy iWMs£*'.;-;; '•'.•> ;;-a ms'm ir Case's Bread Today 'i : »^' : c-| '* f ,£f'i£~: "Ipfc • j - :' *-.',' fe .aiMJi^Bafa^&^ii Mary Helen Edwards, Floyd and Margaret B.j lHarlow served assorted home-maile candy as refreshments. The next meet- Ing will tie at the home of .Margaret and Gene Harlow June 12. Mrs. Lizzie King spent from Thursday until Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Lee King and; other relatives at Bpgantown knd also attended the Sunday sctool convention Sunday. ! 3&T8. Blza Hawkins, Mtxine Lucille Rankln and Delodsj Roode visited at Elwood Sunday with Clarence Hawkins. j j Mrs. John McWhift was called to Elwood Tuesday to thi ;hedsl(le of her sister-in-law Fre<[| Hutch- Ings who is very sick f 1th congestion of the lungs. She -will remain until he is improvid. : Gene Harlow attended Ue 4-H round-up at Purdue. Pr] day and was the guest of Millie pox Fri- day'evening and Satardar. .The regular 'meeting dt Kempton chapter of I Eastern Siar, 'No. 527, was held! Wednesdir evening In the. Masonic hall «Ith Mar- Jorle Spencer, j worthy ; matron; presiding. After 1 the husl ijass session the degree-w,orlc w is conferred upon one candldi tie, Mrs. Marie .Vawters In an Jinpregslve •-.- • • .-iU-'.'".'L---I I :•:,• •••- ~ EKIN-SHILOH. Ekin M. E. Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.i . i Shiloh Sunday school, 9:45 a m. ; | ; Rliey Beam ana family of Kokomo were week end guests o Al Beam and j family. Bernard Beam 1 and family spent Sunday night] to Monday -with Riley Beam and family. j : Virginia Dod^on returned to In dianapolls Sunday evening where she is employed. ; James Thompson and wife wen to Anderson Monday morning where they will jbe employed. Mrs. Retta Small and don Walter and Doyle Phillips and famll; >ER Kellogg'. m" m%w -;iSptipr!!f|lll -•5KUV.' :*&•*,' nent Sunday j night and*^ Monday j and famil^] of indlanapolls were 'h Oscaij Hinkle and' wife of ] afternoon jgnests."'_.. . ''• !; Kokomo. | j •',•.- ; Mr;: arid {Mrs. Harold• Wagner dar Goldsmith were Sunday j celebrated; their twelfth wedding iuests of Ray:Biddle and family. \ anniversary at the home of Ebb PJHard Rbberts and family of: Christy Thursday evening. It was •ear Westfield and Ray Bailey I planned to^ have a marshmaliow . iHiram Lbckridge and family of 'and Werner roast in-the orchard at : the' h^m^^ic^ringw *"|'«^! ralriey -weather'the gn'eatsl'inssai ed the marsh mallows and ;b6Uey^a : -,-- : the weineirs in the house.! j Mris§W'| Loyd Beayeir, Cart Scott and MrV^jjV: Thistlew.afte furnished the jinusic'{-_;""-,' for the evening. ' j! •"tl:\^ CLOV ^•^-T-T . • • •• ' . Early summer meals call for plenty of fine fruits mid vegetables. Clover Farm brings you a train load safe this week, of finest canned foods, preserves ' condiments,—really: tremendous values I Wild I Yellow Free Peaches Clover Farm Fancy,Kraut Fn i Clover Farm; Red Pitted Cherries Clover Fiirni ! ! - ! CutRefugeeBeans Tree Ripened Xo. 2H Cans If 13c 2 2 Most ft Economical £* Xo. 2% cans Xo. 2 cans Xo. 2 cans Slakes Refreshing Drinks—Per Pkg. Clover Farm !cy-Ade Clover Farm Hominy Tall Cans Glondale Slfeedjfeaches .,„ W c Haiivesl Krairt Crushed Pineapple? ',";„: 35c Tomato Jniee Italian Prunes 2 ^19c^ dBeans Royal Worth Apricots 2 ,';; 25c Cm Red Beets Standard Corn *!*: Mfc-SSEtmr GlendalePcasS2^25c Rcd P calls J5<<; Farm Clover Farm . • : " _ •- n A Giant •< A Sweet Gem Peas 2*°»»29c Pork and Beans 2 «»_19c Green Cup Coffee ^ < "lover Farm Fruit Cocktail, 2 tall cans 29c Fine for Salmis. ] . Black Raspberries, 2 cans 29c Jfo. Ulsize; Very Delicious. Clover *'ann Tree Ripened Grape Fruit, 2 No. 2 cans, 25c Clover Farm Fresh Italian. Prunes,.2 No. 2y 2 cans ..29e For Buoyant Health Try :i Can. Glendale Flour, 24-Ib. sack, 85c General Purpose. Overland Salmon, tall can, lOc Clover Farm Corned: Beef, can .... 18c Fine for Hash. Clover Fjann Whole Kernel Com, 2 No. 2 cans 35c Cut'From the Cob. Cocoanut Candy Dainties, % lb. •... .lOc Camay Soap, 3 bars 14c The Soap of Beautiful Women. Crisco, lb., 23c; 3 Ibs. ... .65c JMge.sts Quickly; Tnstcs Better. Fresh Fruits and FOB THK WEEK END OSMT !. Delicious Apples, finest eating, 4 Ibs. ......19c Sunkist Oranges, California, nice size^ do*. 27p Head Lettuce; new crop, 2 heads 15p Green Beans, stringless, 2 Ibs. . f - .'• • ,17p ' V • '* New Cabbage, 2 Ibs. for " 1J $ Clover Farm j Country Roll, lb. Butter^ 3k Good Luck MARGARINE BEST FOH TABLK, BAKING, C OOKTNG ,:; 1 ,; 2 X0.' 2 < p Glendnla . ca«sl5c txtra Standard Corn2 3 xo. a Cai^s ^P Clover Fartn ^ )C Fancy Tomatoes Whole Royal Gem Peas Glendale Cut Green Beans', jCIovcr Farm ; • • : ; Golden Bantam Corn 3 (N ;;'25c Indiana Tomatoes 3 Clover Farm ' : Clover Farm Golden Bantam Corn2 T ,„' 29c Mixed Vegetables 'Clover FarmV • i . _ _ j'. j _.. _. .' : Diced Carrots Xo. 2 Cans . At Our Meat Departments i WEEK END ONMJ iPrime Veal iRoasts (Chops, lb., |23c); lb. ... .20c ^Hamburger, fresh ground, 2 Ibs. ......; 35c lowl Bacon, sugar cured, lb. ''... .'- -19c Pork Ssitisage, Gold Bandlink, lb. ........ Boiled Ham, sliced, y 2 lb, .:.... L........... .23c- i '-,-!.* i .'.'•' '..•"" •'. '.'• Ocean l^iltets, skinless, 2 Ibs. . |......;. i r .27<j (Fancy Fillets, Clover Farm brand) lb, .... >. .2ic ) si .-"I*: '. • ; ' - ! ' . '- ' : - ••;'•'•! • : (40c Vi SUNSHINE P** A Dainty Cbeeae Vanilla 'i V". Lif,«B-»bM.S'i THIS w. in, ««^v«?.«. s fc££3p2a ; -if*V 'i • • •:•''• -:.-••••:••• "£u.^-a<l8S6aS «!«s-K^iopp^^ fj-3%

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