The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 10, 1935 · Page 7
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Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, May 10, 1935
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iESTATE '8o acres near Elft; . ; «ef«jeim bungalow, nice- barn, black land. L. W. Fuller. c-188 FOB SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Roll top desk, swivel chair, typewriter. Delia Hoode FOR SALE—Comb honey, 10 Ibs for fl.OO. Kathleen O'Banion Phone 1616. , if FOR SALE—Young fries, dressed if desired; delivered. Mrs. Jesse Devault. Phone 11X3. C-18S FOR SALE—Comb noney, 10 Ibs. for $1.00. Kathleen O'Banion. Phone 1616. tf IMPORTANT—Order chicks In advance. Hatch each Mon. Heavies J7.45 per 100; k»7.25 per-500: J7.00 per 1.000. (Large type White Leghorns - »6.95, per 100: J6.75 per £00: ; J6.60 per 1,000. Few started chicks. Hoosier Hatchery, Michigantown, Ind FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, . proven the'cheapest for farmer or poultryman; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf FOR j**T.T<!—New Remington No. 8 noiseless typewriter, shopworn, regular price $79.50, sale ' price $61.50 cash. Tribune Press. . tf FOR SALE — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 65. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf FOR SALE—Certified Reid's Yellow Dent seed, corn; fire and rack dried; prices right. Earl Foster, Sharpsville. c-F-tf FOR SALE—Real gems for your rock garden; new and old favorites in hardyj perennial plants for beds and borders; large variety, but limited Quantity, so come'early; annual plants later. Blanche Illges. p-189 FOR SALE — One Fordson tractor, Oliver 12-in. plows; one brood mare; one 7-ft. binder; one used Speed Dexter gasoline washer; one. used Cqleman gasoline iron; one Letz feed mill; one John Deere disc tandem. Butz Implement. Store, Hobbs, FOR SALE—Kerosene cookstove. Mendenhall's Studio. c-tf FOR SALE — Dunfield soy bean seed, $1.25 bushel. P. J. Pen. tecost. Phone 1443. c-190 FOR SALE:—Duroc male hog, 1 years old. Ed Coe, Phone 5X9. c-183 FOR SALE—2 used Farmalls; 8- ft. Deering binder, in good condition; John Deere binder; John Deere planter, with fertilizer and bean attachment, good condition; good wagon with box bed; disc harrows; 2-row cultivators; cultipackers, and feed grinder; also mare, 11 years old. Hull Bros., Court street. c-ISS WANTED WANTED—Paper cleaning. Rev. Barnes. Phone 39. c-192 WANTED—You to know we have plenty of wall paper at 8 cents a double roll. Rexall, Drugs. c-tf WANTED — Paper hanging, reasonable. Coyner, Phone 1270. , c-193 WANTED — Work of any kind, farm work included, by young man. Phone 100 or 1G42. c-190 WANTED —Good used S or 10- gallon milk can. Address Box N. Tribune. c-ISS WANTED—Garden plowing; work guaranteed. Phone 3536. Ira O. Baden. P-191 MISCELLANEOUS PAPER CLEANING — Call 1GS. Claud Jolly. AS 14 Years Old, She Attempted to Get $2,000 From Tulsa Man. CONFESSES THE PLOT (Py Unitcil Tress). Tulsa, Okla., May 10.—A 11- year-old girl who "never had .\ chance" today faced federal prosecution for the crime of extortion. Opal Virginia Heard, one of sev- < i • i • l j i ' ! ! i ' # Sunday i Serviced * i f • , < i < • ; i •• : Pilgrim Holiness Church. (O. W. Barnes, pastor.) | Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Morning worship at! 10:30 a. in. 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 Catnollc Crnrch. (Rev. F. Jos. B; Low mass at ?:30 High mass at 10:3i isteln). a. m. a. m. Devotions at 2:30 p. m. Devotional and Benediction at 7:30 p. m. and second \V«Nleyan Methodist Church. en children of a laundry foreman, j Sermon with first told officers who arrested her that! mass. > she planned to extort $2,000 from I •• »— H. F. Wilcox. oil million-j aire. because .she "just wanted th-jj |i money to spend and didn't know' (Rev. A. E. Ueyier,! minister.) any other way to get it." j 9:30 a. m.—Sunday school. She got the idea for the extor-j 10:30 a. m.—.sermon by Rev. linn plot, the girl said after sh»| Hoover. j walked into a trap laid by Wil-j 6:30 p. m.—Young People's cox and federal officers, from the; meeting. newspapers, which carried ac- T::iO Wednesday evening, count;-, of a similar scheme. j prayer .service. | So last Sunday she wrote a note ' The Quarterly meuting will be Loyalty." [Leader, Miss Freda Porter. j ! . j ; Evening'Service, 7:30 p. m --p Prelude, "Andante" (Rinck) organist; hyinn, "Now the Day Is Over" (smfrll hymnal) No. 2oi, all verses; hymn, "What a Frienjd We Jesus," No. 257, all verses; eycuing prayer; sold, "Christ Is Not a Disappointment^" Miss Freda; Porter; scripture lei- son, Epheslans 3:14-20; the evening offering, offertory, "Pastor- ale" (Lichner) organist; hymn, "My Savior's Love,"- No. 44, verses 1, 2. 4^ 5; sermon, "The Indwelling Christ." the minister; hymn, "Jeskts, Lover of My Soul!" No. '2'2G. d\ verses; benediction; (Gason R. Coyner, pastor.) .' Sunday school, 9:30. Morning worship, 10:30. N. YJ P. S., 6:30; subject "Holiness and Service." Evening service, 7:30. The pastor will i preach a special Mother's Day message at'this hour. On Monday night, May 13, at 7:30 Rev. Walter Reese will preach and hold the annual call meeting. Everyone is welcome. First Presbyterian Church. (Rev. R. Tunmer, Minister.) Sunday school, 9:30. Morning worship, 10:45. Christian Endeavor, 6:00 o'clock. A special feature of the morning service will be a vocal solo, "Little Mother of Mine," by Howard Tunmer. postludo, ""Postlude" (Klauss) organist. ! Woman's Foreign Missionary I Society—Monthly meeting, Wed| nesday afternoon at 2:30 at the ' home of Mrs. Willard Goar, 21J5 i South Conic Street. f i Prayer .; Meeting—The pastor '<• tation ! will start u series of times-on the GOING TO PERU. Members of K. of C. and Their Wives Invited Sunday. The Tipton council, Knights of Columbus has received an invi- attcnd the initiation services to be held at Peru Sun| subject of Pentecost. This will be Jin preparation for tho observance j ™T he d ass ot candidates will re- of Pentecost Sunday on June 9tti.j ceivc , he first degree Sunday •The first of the series is entitled morning at 9:00 o'clock at the in pencil on plain sheet upheld Saturday evening and over! school paper and mailed it to Wil-j Sunday with Rev. Hoover of Car-i cox Monday The note threatened . niel assisting. Rev. Hoover is a! death to the oil mini's children.; Tipton boy; come and; hear him. j Homer. Jr., and Virginia, if he dii! ] *"*"• i~— "' I not leave S2.IMIO in a vacant '' New Hope Church. | house near her home. . j . | j Ea,rly yesterday she slipped; Mc-mlirrs of the! Xew Hopa | away from home and went to the : church southeast of rriplim have; vacant house. There she picked j arranged a lim; Mother's Day ]>ru-< up a dummy package wrapped as grain to b« presented {immediately i p-lSS] H i lc ] la( ] instructed Y>"ilcox to ' following the Sunday] scliool lam;THERE'S MONEY in inveuti^nZ! wral> lhc * 1 '- 000 - Oflicers trapped' oui:d:iy morning. j i "On to Pcmtecost!" You are invited to meet with us on Thursday evening at 7:30 in the church parlors. ; ; | hands of the Winamac council. Tho second degree will he given in the afternoon at '2:00 o'clock by the Logansport lodge, fol- liolilis anil Aromn Methodist. •* i lowed by the third degree given by Judge James E. Deery and his (Ralph B. Davison, Minister) Hobbs. ; Church school. !):30 a. m. 'Mother's Day" selections. j Morning worship. staff from Indianapolis. There will be a banquet at but you must know essentials i tn capitalize your talents; learn them through spare time study of I. C. S. new and practical course in inventing and patenting; booklet free. International Correspondence Schools, Jack Cunningham, Representative, 1934 South Adams street, Marion, Ind. c-189 FOR RENT Ind. c-tf FOR SALE!—All kinds vegetable plants; come to my place; get your plants pulled fresh; savj the difference; sweet potatoes now ready, cabbage and tomato plants, 6c dozen B. C. Chambers, 531 .N. Independence St. p-191 Rand 6 Used Car Bargains 1933 V-8 Coupe 1933 5-Passenger Coupe 1929 Model A Coach 1929 Model A Coupe . 1928 Model A Coach Tipton Main Motor Co. RENT — • Furnished rooms. Bockover. c-189 FOR RENT — Modern heated rooms as low as $3 per week Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. t' FOR RENT Pleasant unfurnished apartment, ground- floor, good neighborhood. Phone 591. c-ISS FOR RENT —-12 acres, 5-rooni house, barn, garage, brick warn; her. i Tin. program consijst.s of read'"I wouldn't have dnuo any- , ings', song.s. and thing," she said, when ofiiceiv. in kecpins with the spirit of (he asked her if she would have at- day. Thin will be .followed by th" tempted to carry out the death i regular church services. threats contained iii the note, "i All mothers of tho community just put those threats in there to I will be special guests for tin- serv- fill up the letter. I don't care if, ice. and a large attenkUnu-o is I!P- the money was put there or not." sired. i 6:30 in the St. Charles auditor- j ium and preparations 'are being j made to serve a large number of 10'30 Persons."The Chest of Joash," a page- Durin S lll ° afternoon the ladie* pi-wonting the budget and wi " be entertained at the K. of ant be the cieve,- playlet: sl " 1 " ort ° r t!le tlll ' rch wi » , presented. ' Aroma. Church school. 9:30 a. in. "Mother's nay." : j Evening f worship — featuring —: *' * ' West KH-ect Christian Church, i MAXV (;.\KI)K.\ ACIiKS. Fil'M B.i|Xi-t Clmrdi. Tipton Not Ihcludril in 1JM .ofi (H<-v. ('. A. Wade.; pastor.) Tliosi- Having; C'oniimiiiit.v IMots. .Sunday school, 9 ::•!). Morning Worship/ H':30; ' According to a United Press I sermon subject. "America's (Jiva 1 dispatch to the Tribune Friday, est Need: Christian Mothers." 25 per cent more community gar- Junior, Intermediate, and .-k-n- dens will be sponsored by the ior I!. V. P. V., (',:'.}(<. j governor's unemployment com- Evening service, mission this year than last. .Som<communities have large tracts subject. "Is Cud's (jr;i|ce SitHieienL : for the Hin of the Modern i and according to tho dispatch Ko- World?" (If. !£.; I'oarcy, Minister.) , 9:30 Church school. lU:3o .Jijvenile church. j JO::!o Worship and Sermon: "Honor Tliy Mother." i i> p. m. Christian Endeavor. 7::;n p. lin. Worship .and Sermon: "The Compulsion of Christ.'" Xotos: The services Sunday will h" giv-.-n inspiration l!y th'-' ihoiiuht nf | moihor. .Tin.- Ladies Aid sock-ty witl 1 ;r.<i' t al thi 1 homo of Mrs. Uov irof INTERURBANS Round Trip i Per ~ Mile CHEAPER THAN DRIVING Indiana Railroad System j Mm Jim -IL and .while the trouble has not been removed it has been checked and he is feeling better generally. His health aside from his affected limb is extra good for a man of his years and he still maintains his happy and cheerful disposition. While in Tipton Mr. Lan'dsead- el made this ofece an appreciated call, he always being a welcome visitor. CUTTING FUNERAL. -.. the Mother of Jesus. There was ^-'^: reading, "Mother," by Betty' •Chr» v .. ,,••;;• j erdorf and a'i reading, "The Old.^.-,* Kitchen Flloor," by Ocie Miller... .-'£$ • ' - * - • - * •*r f -} Mrs. Miller also read a paper on.-"Mothers of the 1 Bible," written .by an aunt, which was quite fiae.,:-;-. , ; -,iis| Two of the guests, Florence Donnv--v V,;^ and Clara Boyer, gave a short ~- .»*'•. ' ;'M dramatization of Ruth and Na- • •". ..- -_j| omi. After the program the re*.-.-:-V. T -!.i mainder of the afternoon was •.•.-•! spent in a social way. -.--.-; : "; Services for Senator Were Helil In York. (By United Press). New York, May 10. — Funeral services, for Sen. Bro'nson M. Cutting was held at St. James' Protestant Episcopal church this afternoon with, 10 of his senate colleagues and four representatives among the mourners. A delegation of prominent New Mexicans also, attended. Slight Improvement. C. house iu Peru. A. number of members of' the Tipton "counci and tlieir wives and lady friends are planning to be in attendance at this meeting. SPECIAL MEETING. Arranged for Monday Night Naziirene Church. komo will have 3.000 The Young people! will. hi- gardens. Announcement IIUH been charge of- the rcynlar inid-\vi:i•!: ! mi W.-'diu-sday afluriuion at 2:30 | Rev. Walter lieese, pastor o the Church of the Nazarene at Elwood will preach at the Church of the Nazarene here next Mon day night at 7:30. He will also hold the call meeting of the church at which time a vote on the pastor for the year will be taken. .Rev. Reese is holding the service in place of Rev. J. W. Montgomery, district superintendent who intended to come but will be houso and other out buildings; 'made by the state commission . evangelistic service Wednesday o'doc:-:. good orchard, garden; ten acre.5 blue grass pasture with running water; will lease to March 1; 1936; 4 miles from Tipton. Call A. W. Bolton, G13. c-190 MONEY TO LOAN FARM LOANS—Reasonable rat-: Fielding & Fielding; c U THE DAILY WHEEZE Fortune Teller: "I sec great trouble ahead for you. For 15 years you will suffer, and then—" Victim: "And then?" Fortune Teller: "And then you will be so used to it that you won't notice it." * that every family on relief, except evening, in the absunee of the , The convention moots at those suffering from physical dis- pastor. ability or lack of ground facili-j' : Marion on Monday. Tuesday. ai:u " j unable to do so. The many friends of Rev. Reese will be glad for the opportunity- Mel!iodi>< lOpiscopal Church. Atlanta, i (Harold M. Thra.sherl , minister.) ties must have a vegetable garden this year. Mrs. Helen Stone, case supervisor for Tiplon' county informed | the Tribune Friday afternoon that negotiations had been start-: 12. 3935. ed for a plot of land on the conn- 1 Church school—8:3U a. m. Max i ty farm for a community garden, j A. Steckel, gupt. j j Molh( . r ,.„ •„,, Ther( , ., but that ,t was planted in oats : Morning [worship ind Junior j Tllo mllsi ;. u| „„,,,.„„, for Suu . and stopped proceedings. There' League-In:^. Mrs. Emma Davis • d . |y m(trul ^ t . hul . ch Si ; rvicc fo ,L are, however, a number of vacant; junior Stipt. Children'.-;; Kermon ' Prelude, "Songs My Mothir i sums. At I'IHJ b:!:;inning of the -cl Mmi,,r' a ; Day-Si^lay, May fM }wur ^^ ^.^ er EmuhisiT will sing. iwcdur-Hdiiviof n.-xt week." Our j tO hear Ilim i l gain ' since hfr is leaving the Elwood pastorate.this year to become pastor at Modoc, a considerable distance frorti Elwood. The public Is invited to this -it '.'. ['service, and all members especial- with' ly urgcd to he P res ent. 'Special I people should have enough inter- jest in the general brotherhood af- ! f;tir.s td attend some pt the sea- orchestral .. TC: , j will be provided. » • V 1«?AMEI> JO A\I) 8. lots in the city which will be put the minister: Mother'i Day mcs-j in gardens* and free seeds given to a number Trustee John cl free seeds were . sage-"MothiM-s Faith: the Le S -; gj |. : -.her of am.lies, by ac y of the Cross." I [".Mother My Dear"; solo. "I'il ?: tS "' a "- ' I E '" vonh I^^ue-J:30. S|»cc-j Wcar a WIlito F]owcr fol . . you ] Visited Local Office. jlal music by -the choir and qunr-j Mothcr ,, ca ^.. FIIlmorCf , )y . Johs J | let. Evangejistic sormpn by the | „„.,,,„. ofl - OI . (ory- .. Motllcl . MiV j FO RD *^*-«f^ DEALERS OFFER YOU -'- : i. i | picacor \0 « M fc .•&* \#* ot W c***" Edward Boening, general sn^ | perintcndent of tin; Western I'n- Thursday at 7:30 p. id. ion Telegraph Company, and Carl " Congdon, district superintendent, were here Friday looking over the local office managed by Miss Margaret Buscher As usual, eveiy- -minister. | : : j chr<;( ,.'. p|, sUu a (: , Mid-Week prayer service each i Karg-Kllert.1 "Pdstludc," (John Ward HDSL-, Mother's Day will tiling was in-splendid running or- observed at ;the Mo { ficd Service ait 9:30. Kemp Meiiioriiil Methodist. Minister.): der. I of the Tri Kappa society will be Brazil is anxious to send sonr; j our special guests. Tie pastor's ot her nuts to the United States. Suffering boon-dogglcs, haven't \yj already enough nuts: Letter openers for the office or home desk. Tribune Press: tf MAYTAG SALES and ' . SBEVICE Phone 83 SEVICE MOTOR 00. TJhc topic will be "Mothe • j O'Mine.';' .Miss Judith Bridge vjiU play a violin solo and has chjosen' tho selection "Mother Muchree"' b^ Olcott. The anihem bjj ^.ho choiij Fronch ^Vill Use These Freight Tars for Tourist Parties. (Ry United Press). Paris, i May 10. — Freight cars of the type which American soi- diers rode during the world' war are to be utilized as "tramping camp cars" for tourist-parties, il was announced today. Several hundred -of the cart, labeled, during the war, "horsos, 8; men, 40" as an indication of load capacity, are to be painted white inside and out, fitted with cookstoves and hammock hooks and rented to parties of from six to 10 persons at about $1.35" a ,lifted up thciserpent in 'the wilder-j day or 326 by the month.' ness, even so! roust the Son.of man The cars will be hook, be lifted up: that whosoever behev- cth in him should not perish, buu .have eternal Kfe" (John 3:14,16)." Among thd citations which comprise the Lesfeon-Scrmon is the following from She Bible: ''But there CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES n'd "Adam anu Fallen ilan" is tho >6 fittingly i subject of the Lesson-Sermon in ail Unf-l Churches ofi Christ Scientist, on! , O.. 1 **r ! - n • l-idiPB ' Sunda y, Maw 12. ladies The Golde ^ - is entitled: Mother" - by ''Love's Rogers priate organ niumbers Helen White j will be i.s "Gratitude" by 'Stohr lid "Dona Noblls" by Bozart. T la 1 Jegular O'Mine" : Tours session.' ot the church held as the concluding this service eveiy 6uijij.y morn- j .JJpworyi Leaj iDebt to Appro Miss 1 follows " As ;• There is a slight improvement in the condition of Mrs. L. R. Lee who has been confined to her bed for the past three weeks with heart trouble. At-times .Mrs. Lee's condition has been very critical at : one time two phyiscians being with her some time before she got relief from a severe heart attack. ATLANTA. AVcslcyan Methodist Church. (Dempsey Howard, Pastor.) Sunday school at 9:30; morning worship, .10:30. Sermon by Rev. Howard; Young Peoples meeting at 7:00 Sunday evening; evening worship, 7:30; prayer meeting Tuesday evening, 7:30; cottage prayer meeting Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ida- Spidel; W. H. and F. M. society regular monthly meeting in connection with the prayer meeting Friday afternoon. All are urged to be 'present. There will take place at the Bakers Corner Wesleyan church, Wednesday, May 15, an all day session of the Sunday School; Convention. Among other prominent men of the Wesleyan denomination who will appear on the program is Rev. F. R. Eddy. An excellent program is being prepared and all who possibly can, should attend; Members of the Gra-BIeau club celebrated Mother's Day Wednesday with Mrs. Lillie Thomas act- ng as hostess. A bountiful pitch- n dinner was served at the noon lour. Table decorations were iris and : violets. Other house decorations, were lilacs and apple, blos- ioms. . The regular business ses t - sion' was held opening with the chaplain reading several verses of the ! Sermon on the Mount • also Matt. 12-46, in honor of the mothers present followed by prayer by See the New Leonard Electric Refrigerators H. J. SCHRADER & CO. J.CPENNEYCa 116-118 South Main St. LEATHERMAN FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Furnace Coils Waste Fuel Replace Yonr Coil With a Self Action j GAS WATER HEATER Public Service Go. of Ind. BREAD— 1%-lb. loaf KROGER GROCERY & BAKING CO, Comforts, Blankets, Quilts SMITSON'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING < Phone 120 See— YOUNG & MASON Suits and Furnishings 106 East Jefferson St. Radio Repairs LINEBACKS BLUE BEACON, A Goal With Remarkable. Heating Qnalitiea Don W. Coffin •• Erie Street Phone 70 by "Mothei school Is part r,,6;.;^ p.*ra.— * . 4 5J i * i went up a mist from the earth^ and- watered the! whole face of i' tho' grpund. And the Lord Qod formed man of the dast of the ground, and breathed into jhis nostrils f he breath of: Ijfej and man became a living soul'' (Genesis; 2:?, 7). ' ;• The Lessonj-Sermon also includes the ^followinja ipassagesj from: tha ChriBtian Science textbook, • ','Science; and 'Health with Key tor the Scriptures," HyJMary Baker tEddyi 'Genesis ii:6T But there! went up a 1 ' ' mist 1 from th the whole fac Sciehoeand _'the_ lihofthe d watered' und/ 1 Tho' ' The, cars will be hooked to freight cars for travel 1 anywhere Put if dqsired, .the campers may buy third class tickets and have (heir cars attached to regular passenger .trains. ' ; • ^•- -., i The old labels, "horses}, S: men, 40" will remain, aid a.third line added: "Campers,;; 10."- Is Fcctoig Better, John Landseadel, who ha^ been visiting •i ith his daughter Mrs. jtnr several ; day», v ac- - their - the asssitant chaplain 1 . Mrs. Jessie Dunn, gave the life story of Mary,

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