fc- Mm M, S RIDE iNTiRURBANS Round I Trip JL Per Mile gHEAPEjR THAN DRIVING :-: Indiana Railroad System •'• - \ • - j • JL -:- KKMl'TOX. ! Metliodist church services: (Rey.'j. ('. Bean. .Minister.) Sunday school, !»::iO. Morning worship, 1U:-13 a. in. Sermon "Behold the Man." Epwprth Leasue. (>»:(ii p. in. Leader Don Hollingsworth. Mid-week prayer service. 7::'.o p. m., Thursday. Scircleville M. K. Church. Sunday si-nool, !l:"i) a. 111. . Evening worship, 7:30 p. in. Sermon. "Health for Christians." Christian church services: (John G. Clark, Minister.) Sunday school. !i::!(i a. in. ISCAUSTIC < JIOOREMMU, For All Purposes Guess work won't work when it comes to buying paint. There's no guess work in buying Burdsal paint because you know in advance that you will get satisfaction and value. Pleasing the customer is Burdsal's first consideration. When you purchase and use a Burdsal product you will understand why this has been Burd- sa£s;pplicy since 1867. FIRST CHOiCE OF DISCRIMINATING PAINTERS SINCE 1867 Morning worship, II): 15 a. in. Sermon "Worship." Kvening worship. 7:30 p. in. Sermon. "Hell." Tin- He of Good Cheer class will hi? entertained at the home of Hev. and Mrs. .1. C. Mean Monday evening. Assisting hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. Fuller Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. David White. .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morelock. All member.-; are urged to be present. The regular meeting of the Foreign Missionary society of tho | Methodist church was held at the i home of Mrs. Mark Gossard Weil| nrsday afternoon with eighteen members and nine guests present. , The meeting was presided over by the president Mrs. Oma 'Moti with the yearly sons; "I Love to Tell the Story." Mrs. Hershe.1 Storms conducted the~devotiona'.s from the title IV-are. Duet. "Sweet Peace the c.jfl of Cod's Love" by Mrs. J. C. Henn and Mrs. C. Clark. • The business session was fol- . i- •• :! >.' M:s. K. L. Webb talking !>:• '.:<'..'. •inMMfn. Mrs. Gossanl on '•.:•:•;: n: -••t::ig report. Mrs. Guy ;':::..:!:.L'.::I;I had charge of the ;i: .-•: i :i: • on .Pen'r and Interna- tionul Friendship. Talks were ;:iven by Mrs. K. L. Webb on "World Citizenship": Mrs. C. A. .•'•rnith. "Hoots nf Wai": Airs. J. ('. Hean. "Japan and America": J.Irs. Cunningham on "Love Thy Neighbor as Thyself." A beautiful candlelight service was conducted by the stewardship ' president, "The Light of ihe World Is Jesus," with the members and guests assisting. Two readings were en- : joyed by Carolyn Jean Peck of ' Crawfordsville. i The Jolly Matrons club of S-circleville were entertained Sunday evening at the home of Mr. i and Mrs. Paul Phillip! with a pitchin supper. Twenty-five guests • were present including the fam- i ilies of Ihe members. A social time was enjoyed. Mrs. Garrett Gossard became ill on Tuesday with a severe heart attack. Mrs. Gossan! has been in poor health for several years and j was improving. Her condition is reported better. Mr. and Mrs. Dorr Ilughey of Muncie were Wednesday guests of Miss Maxino Peters. Hay Sellars and family motored to Lima, Ohio, Saturday and visited 'until Sunday evening with Mr. Sellars' parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sellars. Clint Hawkins and daughter Rosemary of Miami, Mr. and iMrs. Harry Scott of Indianapolis, Clarence Hawkins of Elwood a Mr. and Mrs. Mose Alderson were Sunday guests of Elza Hawkins. Elza who has been in San Benito, Texas, for the past 45 days returned Saturday morning for a few days. Jason 1 Kicketts and daughter Betty and Robert Eslis and son Robert Jr., of Anderson were Saturday dinner guests of the former's mother Mrs. Ella Ricketts. Mrs. Addie Pyle and daughter Evelyn and John Alexander of Indianapolis were dinner guests of the former's daughter Mr. att'l Mrs. Fuller Huffman. Mrs. Lola Edgington and daughter Lolita and Mrs. Zack Sullivan of Indianapolis visited Sunday with their parents Dr. and Mrs. Harve Ferguson. The Woman's Study club of Kempton met Friday with Mrs. •Wesley Finley with thirteen members present. Mrs. Allen Kemp ave an interesting book review on "Good jlye Mr. Chips." Plans wtre discussed for the family night party with a pitchin supper to be held in two weeks at the Masonic hall. T. D. Campbell and family entertained at Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Bowers of Goldsmith and Dowey Watson and family. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Campbell of Tipton. Mrs. Dale Orr was a guest of the Jolly Matrons club Friday at the home of Mrs. John Brandt of Soircleville. Three tables of five hundred were played, honors being won by Mrs. Cora Scott, Mrs. Pearl Moore and Alice Scott. Guest prizes were awarded to Mrs. Dale Orr and Mrs. Myrtle Bouse. The hostess served refreshments of meat sandwiches, pickles, coffee and k'e cream topped with strawberries. Maxine and "Miriam Peters were Monday guests of their aunt Mrs. Guy Kicketts and family of Hemlock. Phyllis and Patricia Hinkle of Ucechwood are visiting for a few days with the Peters girls. The boys 4-H club of Kempton met Monday evening with their class leader Clair Gossard. During the business session the following officers were elected: President, James Barnett: vice- president, Donald Gossard: secretary, John Wyrick and club reporter. Joe Kemp. Following the business meeting games were enjoyed and light refreshments were served. The members of the Christian •church gave a surprise fruit shower for the new pastor Rev. John Clark and family Monday night. Thirty members were present. Chicken sandwiches, pie and coffee were served. Tribune Want Ads Get Results. TRY CASE'S NEW BREAD ;: In the Same Wrapper With a New & Better Flavor Made In Tipton This New Bread Is Made Front Superior Products It Stays FreshLonger and Tastes Best of All Why Buy Others When You Can Buy Such a ^Delicious Bread? Order Case's Bread Today From Your Grocer 18 Tumblers and PITCHER 98c 18 new designs, clear crystal water or summer beverage glasses-. syon Taffeta SLIPS 39c Bias cut, lace trimmed, flesh, peach or white. V or. straight top. 1 - • [Women's Rayon UNDIES 27c Dearly every wanted type of garment. Pastel shades, "in regular sizies. Women's SILK BLOUSES 98c Solid water color shades [ in new si>orts and dress styles, r Regular sizes. ; I WHY PAY MORE? Men's Dress SHIRTS 59c Come in fancy.or solid rotors and white. Men's Shirts SHORTS 15c Fast color broadcloth shorts or cotton knit shirts Men's Dress -* CAPS 17c t'nlined snnuner cape, in light or medium color. I Big Tank 'SHIRTS 59c| The famous 'Big Tank. Regular 69c seller. Racks and Racks of New Summer Dresses Specially Priced at $2.95 GOSSARD The new summer dresses are | arriving daily and what values! Silk crepes, i high sheers, plain colors, including white, fancy prints; short sleeves, sleeveless and jacket dresses. Dozens of New Sheer Silk Dresses Newest Creations Arriving Daily You will find in this lot values! Plain colors and all kinds of pretty prints, including dots, stripes and checks. $4.95 WHY PAY MORE? Women's White Kid $2.95 and $1.98 The well dressed lady is wear- hit; these styles, and telling-her rricniN. You will !><• delighted sit tin fine quality ue can give you lor so |i:w a price. Xew styles ar- rivim; rarh week. WOMEN'S SPORT OXFORDS $1.98 IU.ACK, \VH1TI-: AX1> BUOAVX Two-tone, whin*, -black and brown in several styles; all PAX ilttORC? Wacky Slaky All Colors $1.49 A Seamless 2-Way Elastic Step-in For Clinging Frocks The stretch is controlled by special front and back panels knit into the girdle, j A reinforcement of "Talpai" doth over the diaphragm conceals two small bones. It's the popular 15 inch length. Model 286 ...... Tht Alatcon tact Why Pay More? When You Get the Quality and §1 Sizes 33 to. 50 WE GUARANTEE YOU A FIT Young Men's Styles and Conservative Models All wool worsteds, serges and flannels in single and double breasted models, with belted backs and patch pockets, pleated ori plain trousers.. REAL SILK IRREGULAR HOSE 23c men who look to s mill line quality, will Koal Silk irrejiiiluis. NEW SUMMER WASH TIES 15c Stripes, plaids and dots, c-olors and i-vlra line limli.l.v. : WALL PAPER SALE 9C Doable Roll , HEAVY A PLASTIC ™ 30 in. wide on and &•/!• up Per Stick ' 9x12 Seamless Axminsfer Rugs $22.49 Kxtra good Ax- ininster, has deep silky pile, of all wool, that will wear for years. 9x12 Felt Base Rugs, $4.75 Made by Cou- goleum and other famous makers. WINDOW SHADES! Linolene Quality j 28 in. by 5 ft 45c 36 in. by 6 ft 49c 36 in. by 7 ft. 3,9c Arrow Oil Shades: All Sizes Men's While Shoes I In Kid! and Buck $1.98 All Sizes Fancy wing tip and toe; also plain with black and heel. plain sole AMERICA'S FAMOUS SH )B -\2UDE Smail.rtodern tty *s...l>ut no tinkering with & efamout Douglas quality en id workmanship/ $3.50 !>5.00 White Buck in Several Styled. TENNIS SHOE DAYS ABE TENNIS $HOES FOR DAD AND Special: 90-Coil Bed Spring,.$489 j ,.,, One - piece' angle , Iran Jr frame, helical tied? fits'" wood or Steel bed. Inner-spring Mattres^ $10.50 $42.50 i You'll find, real comfort In these L two ' luxurious pieces worth 809.BO. loirge davenport and i button back chair. All moss ! filled Nachman spring, reversible spring filled cushion, spring edge base.i covered with One quality i linker .velvet. r Extra fine tick coveer-SI good quality - J *^ one-piece spring witn, thick tool pod! and t__. r of feli" on tap;, I teen cover, batten < ~"' of Ti v ton's Y\ c U"
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