The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 17, 1935 · Page 7
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SALE OPROPER'JS WANTED—Garden plowing; work guaranteed. Ira O. Baden. Phone 3636. c- 19 "> FOR Si^S—iai kinds vegetable plantf. cheap. B. C. Chamberi; 531 N. Independence. «-tt FOR BALE — Duroc male hog. Charles Beck. P-19* FOR SALB—Used tires, tubes and batteries; practically all sizes. Lineback's. c - 198 FOR SALE—Comb honey, 10 Ibs. for fl.OO. Kathleen O'Banion. Phone 1616. a FOR SALE—Hats, ?1, Thursday, Friday, Saturday. Roode Hat Shoppe. c-194 FOR SALE—Kerosene cookstove. Mendenhall's Studio. c-tt FOR SALE — Broom com seed. Mclntosh Broom Co. c-tf FOR SALE—Complete beauty par r lor equipment; bargain. Lloyd Huffer. Phone 24. P-l?5 FOR SALE—Young fries, dressed if desired; delivered. Mrs. Jesse Devault. Phone 11X3. c-194 FOR SALE—Good 'used Fordson tractor, late model. Hobbs Grain Company. c-195 IMPORTANT—Order chicks In advance. Hatch each | Men. Heavies J7.45 per 100: k»725 per BOO; J7.00 per :,000. JLarpe type White Leghorns ' IS 95 per 100; J6.75 per 500; — J6 50 per 1,000. Few started chicks. Hoosier Hatchery, Michigantown," Tnd FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks proven the .cheapest for farmer or poultry man; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf FOE BENT FOR RENT— 2 sleeping rooms. 222 Mill. Phone 4181. c-197 FOR RENT — Housekeeping rooms. Anna Hooton. CHEAPEST house rent in Tipton: good garden spot. Phone 600. : p-198 LOST AND FOUND. IX>ST OR STRAYED—Very small Boston bull female pup; reward. Walter Reed. Phone 1270. P-1 MISCELLANEOUS DELAYS are dangerous; if you had taken an I. C. S. course 10 years ago, you'd be sure of your job today; invest part of your Xmas check in I. C. S. spare time salary-raising training. International Correspondence Schools, Jack Cunningham, Representative, 1S34 South Adams St., Marion, Ind. «-195 FOR SALE — White Leghorn eggs, pullorum tested; flock is Grade B, under state control. Leroy Ehman. Phone Atlanta. 1 p-194 TWO FLOORS of new furniture, rugs, stoves, washers, Philca radios, etc., and in one new addition to our store an adjoining room for used goods; the following: three-piece overstuffed suite; one only 11.3x12 rug; overstuffed chair and footstool; ice refrigerator; 3-burner Per fection oil stove; 5-burner Per fection oil range; American coa range; estate heatrola; gas stove; electric washer; oak dav enport; metal bed, springs an( FOR SALE — Soy beans. Ross Tolle, 2 miles north of Curtis- vllle. PTfftne IS£4 Windfall. p-195 FOR SALE— '34 model Crosley re- Irigerators, all sizes; used electric and ice boxes; one washer, radios; easy payments. Line- backs. , c-198 FOR SALE—New Remington No. 8 noiseless typewriter, shop- ^rorn, regular price $79.50, sale price {61.50 cash. Tribuae Press. tf FOR SALE — Super clean hard coal lor brooder stoves. Phone 55. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tt FOR SALE — Big Type Poland male, 2 years old; also timothy hay. Dr. H. R- Sinclair. Phone Atlanta. p-194 FOR SALE—Brick, lumber, doors, windows, etc., cheap, while wrecking buildings on new post office site. Arrow House Wrecking Co. Salesman on job. p-195 mattress; goods ou rum. trade new. in your Suite & use Ba -c-194 MONEY TO LOAN FARM LOANS—Reasonable rat Fielding & Fielding. c 't * Sunday Services •!• Pilgrim Holiness Church. (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. m. Thursday evening prayer meet- Ing at 7:30 p. m. St. John's Catnolic Crurch. (Rev. F-. JOB. 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. Choir rehearsal Tuesday evening. I Prayer meeting Wednesday evening at 7:aO o'clock. The Ladies Aid Kocfety will meet Thursday afternoon at tho home of Mrs. S. A; Gordon on North Main street. ; First Presbyterian Cliurcli. Krntp Mcmori;il Mclliodi.it. (John Ward Rose. Ministe Morning unified servUv 0::',0. The pastor will speak the topic. "Our C'hurch." choir will sins; the anthem "Lil't Up Your Heads" by I'ricf. OrR.in numbers of Miss Helen White will be: "Prelude" by Haydn: "Meditation" by Otiilniant and "Tli (Rev. R. Tuniner,! minister.) Sunday school, 9:30. Divine Worship, 10:-15. Christian Endeavor, 6:00 o'clock. | Tlio public is cordially invited to attend these services. komo. . I Surviving are two children, Mrs. Tony Hancock; of Kokdmo and'Erni£ Gullion ot Tipton. She is also sjirvived by ithe mother and one brother, Jacob Smith're- siding in! the community northwest of Kempton. Two brothers. Perry and James Smith and the father Benjamin G.' Smith preceded her. to the grave. \ Funeral services are to be held at the lio'nie Sunday .afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, with Rev. >y-. Guyer of Frankfort in charge. The body willjlie in state at the home northwest of Kempton until the hour of the services and friends may call. Entertained Guests. KOHMKK HK.srDK.VT I>KAI). Mi- Atlanta Smith (Jiillion I)ic-<l ut Humr of Mother. Atlanta SmjUi Gullion. rnniuT ivsideut of Tipton. die:! at tin !nim<; of her mother Mrs. Sarah Smith, northwest of Kempton in Clinton county at -:20 o'clock Friday iiiumins. May 1". word beins received lu-iv liy vein- lives and friends. j Mrs. Cuilion was ; horn and Mr. ania Mrs. Claude Etchison near Tipton had as thir Sunday dinner guests, Frank Claybaugh near Richmond,' Mrs. Mary Th'0ra/ burg, Charles JFrttz of Richmond^ Evan Horn and family near Winchester, Ova Bdyd and family of Elwood, Mr. land Mrs. Florence Boyd, { Mr. and Mrs. Harve Hef-r lin, Jason' Delong and family near New' Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Etchison of Elwood, Mr. Mr.-and Mrs. Ed Miller, Willie and and Mrs. Chris Boyd of Tipton, Wayne Miller,;Harold Delong and family of Elwood, and George Zittinger of Hobbs. •" Their EightlfChild. Thursday evening about 6:00 o'clock the stork paid a visit to the home of <Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crull residing: one and one-half miles east and a mile south of Hobbs and left them a fine baby boy. This is the eighth child born in the home and mother and son are' doing nicely. Parting Hour" l>y Mendelssohn. I rt .., rc . (1 in th( . rnnnniinity iiorth- The church school session i* pr••sided over by Irvin IJanta. superintendent, at tile dose of 111" worship period. Kpworth LeiiKUP. «:::<! p. »>• j |,,, on il Lt . C ;, so a for soveral years Forum group, upper room. Topi:', j | )1]t "Why Pray'.'" Leader. Miss Father Carnine. Senior -.vi.st of Kempton. ly.r parent.-; Benjamin and Sarah Smith heinir Uary seuU-v:-. in the i community where- she died. Hen father has the niotlier stfll .resides on Ulu: homo placo and Slr.s. Gullion Kroup. I llas |,,,. n niakhi!; her! homi: with church parlors. Anniversary Day. . lu>r (o] . ?omt> limo _ Leader. Don liarnes: devotions.! The doi'easod was hj>rn July 2T. Nina Maude Trahup. The Slier-! 1S7(I wood trio. Heading. Hetty THE DAILY WHEEZE ] Caller: "So you have a little baby brother, have you. Joie Lou? Did you want it to ue a boy?" Joie Lou: "No I wanted it tu be a girl, but it came while I was at school." Probably the worst Scotch joke ever perpetrated on simple-minded Americans is some of the liquor labeled "Finest Old Scotch Whisky, Twenty Years Old." FOR SALE — 21. H. C. rotary hoes, like new; 999 John Deere fertilizer attachment; No. 9 corn planter; Osborn grain binder; new Allis-Chalmers tractors now available. Butz Implement Store. Phone 33X8. «-tf WANTED WANTED—Girl; i call in person. Palace Cafe. c-195 X WANTED—Yon io know we have "' • plenty of wall (paper at 8 cents a double roll. I Retail, Drugs. c-t£ Tribune Want .Ajds Get Results. MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE NEW AJO> USED WASHERS For Demonstration Call 83 SERVICE MOTOR CO. Visiting Relatives. I Mrs. Farrell Murphy of Oklahoma, former resident of the Hobbs community, was'in Tipton for a short time Thursday morning on her way to Elwood to visit with her mother Mrs. Emma Vanness. Mrs, Murphy will spend two weeks at her mother's home, and during that time will visit with friends and relatives in and near Hobbs and Tipton. She is a sister of County Commissioner Oscar Vanness, residing near Tipton. ton. Evening service, 7::iO p. m. Haccalaureate service of the Tipton high school—this chun-ii. Brotherhood. — Rev. Allen H. Rice of Kokomo is tlie speaker for the monthly men's supper or. Tuesday evening at fi:30. Special music will be furnished by the "Green's Mountain 1 Hot Spots." a of lo-cal musicians. Supper and when a young woman was un i lo ,i jn marriage to Milton iiillion, the family making their home in Tipton for many years and removing from li'.re to Kokomo. i Mrs. ttullion \v;:s a IIP mber .if Ihe Pilgrim Holiness 'church and a good woman who hud many friends; in this city. Sifvral years ago she and Ihe husluinrt separated, he at this time residing in Ko- served by the Ladies Aid society. Lu:\i'jK Aid — Monthly general | meeting, Wednesday afternoon at .10 at the home of Mrs. Claud • Crtili. 03-! \V. Madison street. j Prayer meeting Thursday ev-i ening at 7:30 in the church par-; I See the New Leonard Electric Refrigerators H. J. SCHRADER & CO. \\Vst Street Christ inn Church. I H. H. Pearcy, Minister.) 9:.'io Church school. j 10:oO Juvenile church. i 10:30 Worship and sermon: i "Practical Benevolenrp." 5 p. m. Christian Endeavor. Notes: The usual services of the church will be offered Sunday morning. On Sunday evening we adjourn service to the Methodist churt-h for the baccalaureate which will hi; preached by tho Rev. J. W. Rose. J.C. 1 116- PENNE^CO 110-11 ft Sonth Main St. LEATHEEMAN FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service The musical program morning follows: Prelud Used Car Bargains Coupe t)onpe A Coach A Coupe fif Notice of Insolvency. In the matter of the estate of James E. Decker, deceased. In the Tipton Circuit Court, No. 263. : Notice is hereby given that upon petition filed in said court by the administrator, of said estate, setting up the insufficiency of the estate of said decedent to pay the debts and liabilities thereof, the Judge of said court did, ou the 8th day of May, 1935, find •aid estate to be probably insolvent, and order the same to be settled accordingly. The creditors of said estate are therefore hereby notified of such insolvency and required to file their claims against said estate tor allowance before Saturday, May 25. 1935. i '• Witness, the clerk and seal of said court at Tipton, Indiana, this 8th day of May, 1935. | RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, 1B9-194-200 l Clerk. Sunday j , "And-' dante -Serapliiijne." I)oliat-Po:i- j san; offertory, ".Meditation," I..M-' cas; anthem, "Cod of Our Fata- 1 ers," Scott, soloist, Mrs. F. 1!. j Russell; postludc, "Allegro." Rheinberger. | Furnace Coils Waste Fuel Replace Your Coil! With a Self Action GAS WATER HEATER Public Service Co. of Ind. AVoIryan .'Mclhodi.sl Church. Tribune Want A6s Get Results. LZAVELL & BATES LOAN Cithern 1C. m (A. E. Beylcr, Minister.) 9:30 a. in., Sunday school. A. Price, superintendent. • 10:30 a. in., sermon by UK: pastor. :I!0 p. in., Wednesday, prayer service. There will lie no Kuntlay evening services due to the baccalaureate services. The public is cordially invite:! to attend any or all our service;;. Hobbs and Aroma Methodist. (Ralph K. Davlson, SHnistcr.) Hobbs— S:3<) a. in.,i church school. 10:30 a. m., class meeting. 7:00 p. in. King's Heraldr.. 7:30 p. m. evening worship. Aroma— 9:30 a. m., clmrrh school.' 10:30 a. m.i morning worship. ««t» First Baptist Church. (Rev. C. A. Wade, pastor.) Sunday school, 9:30. > Morningi worship, 10:30; sermon bjr'H&r'.&.^A. Gordon, f B. y/T.i'^f^BJoo o clock, „ In'lheevenJig; the copgregatjon '^ilif* U J M«iJrvSLfc"-.,r2»W'ifcrf A|C«*MAl.A.7 r V>.l' 9c BREAD— li/2-lb. loaf .... KROGER GROCERY & BAKING CO. Comforts, Blankets^ Quilts SMITSON'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANiLNG Phone 120 i gpp YOUNG & MASON Suits and Furnishings 106 East Jefferson St. Radio Repairs LINEBAOKS CLOVER FAfiM WYITE W\^i We have put completed our annual spring viiing,-oew, iresh stocks, clean bright attractive stores, and prices that lay "come ajain." We invite you Io inspect our ilpres (his week. At the Fresh Fruit Departments For Week End Only Bananas, 4 Ibs 19c Golden Fruit; buy a Itnnd today. Fresh Pineapple, 2 for 23c Xicc size j Cabbage, new crop, Ib 5c Grape Fruit, 3 for ...... -'. -14c Seedless; nice size. New Potatoes, U, S. No. 1, 5 Ibs •. .I5c Sliced Pineapple -At the Meat Departments For Wi-ck Kmi Only Haniubrger, 2 Ibs. . .35c Krosh (jrouiicl : Pure Lard, Ib. -17c Fork Roasts, lean, Ib., 24c Bacon, sliced, Ib 29c •iiifjar (Mirrcl Frankfurters, Ib. 17c ienuini' Haddock Fillets,; 2 Ibs. 27c i ' Try It — You'lJ Buy It Clover Farm Matched No. 2 % Slices Can 19e CRISCO 181.30 \V 7 ni. A. Rogers J AA Plated Silver Serving Fork ' For Only Soc and One 3-H). Crlsco Wrni>per J-lb. can 65rJ f 1-lb. can ..... -23c/ Butter ?; »" 31c ars 30c Tli« Aristocrat ot JJutter — Always Fresh C. and II. i . JUKI ••• ' _ ^| Powdered Sugar A»R «or *i Ibs. 15c E-Zee-Freeze For He-tier Ice Cream Clover Farm Pure Cider Vinegar, qt. jar Glendalc—Solid Pack Tomatoes, 2 No. cans 25c Clover Fiirin Fancy Red Ripe Tomatoes, 2 ,No. 2y 2 cans 29c Clover Farm Pure Extracts, bottle..9c Scrap Tobacco, 3 lOc pkgs., 25c 15c pkgs., 2 for iJ5c Cider Apple Butter tS *X? 19c Gloves; yellow palm, knit wrist, per pair 15c Blue Ribbon Flour, 24-lb. sack ?7e CloverJFarm Oleo, 2 Ibs. for - -29c. SUNSHINE SPECIALS liuttor: Wafers Edgemont Smacks America's Kent Sugar Wafer Clover Leaves, 20 for .. .17c .lOc Wall Paper Cleaner, 3 cans .................... 25c Clover Farm Coffee, per ;lb .......... ....... ---- 31c Kconouiiral — More Caps to tile I'ound CLOVKlt FARM ' f Green Lima^Beans, No. %% can ............ • • • -• -15c : A Tendeti Wliolcsoinc Food Value Clover Farm Salt, 10-lb. sack ................. ... -23c Try a Ba£ 'w Vour Batli Kellogg! Wheat Krispies, pkg. . . . ........... . . . .13c The Xew ifcreal i Special Offer C'lovi-r Farm* Pure Cocoa, fan — I ___ j ______ i — •— and - - iW-Ib. Groen Cup Tea' ---- 34 e I Both for 25c Mnkes Fine Preserves Old Dutch Cleanser •Goes Farther Doesn't Scratch,. Because Made With Pure SelsmoUtc 2 Cans I5c jPen-Jel, 2 pkgs. . : .29c. Hover Fu rm i t ' ' Salad Di-essing, quart jar I -. -32c Delicious, Refreshing ; j • : | 1 his Solo for i May l~tb to May 38rd Inclusive I Iion't "8a,y jBread; ^m r-'irfj Thealrc 2 Big Days! VORJUD'S GREATEST PIC [SUNDAY and Continuous Show Sunday lOA, Mr. Clark Gab|ell <-w££dM LEARN A = LESSON .!N-;. LOV.-, AND I - -JTOHH BUSINESS WAS' PLEASURE! STUART ERWIN LSO 5VER (SHORTS MUSICAL COMEDY Color Reel "Hey, Hey, Fever" ] FOX NEWS REEL I ADULTS ANY SEAT. ALL DAY KIDS, lOc. Bring the Family *ii .-•"If; l&£$ .f: j ......4 Yacht Club Boys' Band Free Eskiino Pics io Every Kid Attends Saturday Matinee Courtesy Tipton Ice Cream Co. OUR LATE SHOW SATURDAY NIGHT Come After 8:45 and SeeJ Two Big Shows for One Price GtOOM

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