The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 24, 1935 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, May 24, 1935
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Octuof THE NOR6E ROLLATOR meduwfem. • In the Norge fac- toryiia stock Rollator runs— constantly. To date it has run the ;5equrvalent of thirty-three years in your home. And it uses-less current today than it did die first year! It has acru- - allyJmproved with use. Before you buy a refrigerator,-.think of this test—the "Marathon" test. Ask yourself if thjat isn't the kind of mechanism you want in your refrigerator —one that will continue \ to give you dependable refrigeration service through the years; And remember, the Rollator in today's Norge is actually improved over the "Marathon" Rollator. The Rollator is the basis of Norge economy. It provides unfailing cold with so little current that it saves both in food and refrigeration costs. Owners report that Norge saves up to $11 a month. See the Norge. You'll find it everything you want in refrigeration, plus the exclusive advantages of the Rollator. r-NORGE THE ROLLATOR COMPRESSOR... smooth, easy, rolling power instead of the hurried back-and-jortb action of the ordinary refrigerator mechan- £g*\ ism. Only Norge has the Rollator. ( vj^«t»' Suite & Barrum WINDFALL. MM. Marie Johnson visited her; son Bobbie Johnson Tuesday who is a jiatient at the Riley hospital at Iij5lanapolis. The lad was not j carrying a temperature and was someirhat improved. ReSr. Joe Gates of Boston and a fowper pastor of the Windfall Mettio^ist church accompanied by his fallier, the Rev. E. L. Gates of ligansport were calling on j frienae here Wednesday. i Mr;" and Mrs. Clyde IX Loop! and -fiiece and^nephew, Mr. and, Mrs.CCarl Snell of Montgomery county were the Sunday guests of Mr. lind Mrs. A. Wilbert Breaks. ' Mr. Jpld Mrs. Carl Scudder were aftedjoon callers. Mfjfand Mrs. S. S. Edwards and Bev.'p. W. Winfrey were at Indi- anaptiUs Tuesday where they at- tendtjj the annual .funeral direc-j f|orsSexhlbit at the fair grounds! and piey also attended the alumni' banquet of Prof. Askins' school! •whlct; Tiras. held at the Antler) hoteC;'Rev. Winfrey was the] speaker of the evening. Mejhbers of the Christian Endeavor enjoyed a wiener roast and social Tuesday evening at the homjfrof Pearl Morrison east of townb>The guests were, Frederick C)oujj|r, Helen and Stewart Nash, LanwClem, Miriam Thomas, Jones and the Rev. and Chamness and hus- instead/ of Mrs. C. O. Hoover. Mrs. James Sholty also assisted in envertaining. Six o'clock dinner guests of Mr. and'Mrs. Henry Zehner Sunday, eyeing were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Aldendorf of Elwood and Mrs. Goldie Todd of Gary. The Mother and Daughter banquet will be held in the lower auditorium of the Methodist church at Windfall next Friday evening. The following program will be presented: Toastmaster, Mrs. Ray Armstrong; prelude; scripture reading and prayer, Mrs. J. T. Frost; ftitroduction of toastmaster; toast to daughters, Mrs. G. W. Winfrey; Toast to mothers, Miss June Armstrong; clarinet duet, Ruth Breitwelser and Garnetta Osborne; playlet, "About Angels"; vocal solo. Miss Ellen McNew; allegory, Crystal Stream; reading, Zo Ann Yundt; xylophone, Mrs. Conrad Russell. KEMPTON. Henry Zehner was the as- hostess to the missionary at the Ray Hutto home Hills Baptist Church. (Rev. M. S. Sparger, minister.) Sunday school, 10:00 a. m.; morning worship, 11:00 a. m. patriotic program In keeping of Memorial Day; special music; evening service, 7:30. The young people of the church will present a drama entitled "You." ! Methodist Church. (Rev. J. C. Bean, minister.) Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.; morning worship, 10:45. Sermon, '•'Divine Lightning,"; Kpworth League, 6:30 p. m.; evening •Urn ilk RIDE INTERURBANS Round 1 1C Per ~2 Mile worship, 7:30. Sermon', "What is a Church?" Leila Kemp and a committee of workers are planning a Children's Day program to be held at the Methodist chucrh June 9. Blanche Burgett and a committee from the Christian church are .planning their program to be held on June ,16. Everyone invited to attend both programs. • Mrs. Chas. Rlcketts west of Kempton ] is reported to be getting along nicely at the St. Vincent hospital at Indianapolis where she underwent an operation for gall duct trouble. Mrs. Terry Fisher a daughter from Hammond arrived Monday. She and her father, Mr. Rlcketts and .Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ricketts were present at the hospital Wednesday returning home in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Ben'ge of •Kokonio and Mary Burton of El- woo(J were week end guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Alton Shaw. Mrs. Melvin Johnson left Monday morning for'Parker to visit for a few days with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Puller. Tlie Be of Good Cheer class were entertained Monday evening at the home of Rev. and Mrs. James O. Bean. Assisting hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Luller Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Morelock, Mr. and Mrs. David White and Mrs. Emily White. The home was decorated with bouquets of tulips and iris. There were sixty present to enjoy the social hour which followed the business session conducted by Mark Gossard, president. Games and contests were enjoyed. A talk on behalf of the class was given by the teacher J. Weaver Kemp. Refreshments of strawberry short cake topped with whipped cream, coffee and mints were served. Thelma Cunningham and? Mrs. James Graham of Indianapolis were Sunday dinner guests of their mother, Mrs. Leona Cunningham and family. Mrs. W. H. Ferrier of Pueblo, Colorado, who has been In Kempton for the past two weeks started for her home Friday. Mrs. Ferrier was called here by the death of her father Mahlon Cox, and remained for a few days visit with friends and relatives In and near Kempton. A surprise birthday dinner was enjoyed Sunday in honor of Mrs. Doyle Redman's 26th birthday. Approximately seventy-five friends were present to help celebrate. A large birthday cake decorated in green and white with her name on it was presented by Mr. and Mrs. Vern Barnett and Hiram Barnett. A social' hour was enjoyed during the afternoon. The Standard Bearer class of the Methodist church held their regular meeting Monday evening with Martha Barnett with eight members present and one guest Mary Reese the house guest of Maxine Peters. -Miss Barnett had charge of the devotions -while Grace Johnson gave the lesson, being the 4th chapter of-Typhoon Days in Japan. Current events were given by the members. During the business session a May breakfast hike to the woods was pla/nned if or Tuesday moir At the close of the meeting refreshments -of punch and wafers were served. The next meeting will be the second Monday night in June with Grace Johnson. The Mens Brotherhood of Kempton will hold their meeting at the Christian church Monday night with a supper at 7:00 o'clock with a short business meeting, followed by a talk by Prof, O. F. Hall who is head of the Sociology Dept. at Purdue. All members are urged to be present. • Frances Spencer entered the Mthodist hospital Monday and on Tuesday underwent an operation for the removal of her tonsils. She returned home Thursday. Clifford Ltneback and family of Kokomo and Oran Johnson and family were Sunday dinner guesta of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mitzenberg. Paul' Stewart and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Harris of Frankfprt were Tuesday evening guests : of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Dan* Morford. Mrs. Hershel Storms, Wm. Riddle and' Mrs. Arlena'Rosa of Sheridan attended a birthday surprise dinner at ..the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Bon Dnrrant of Andarapn In bonor of Mr*. Edith that city. {, Miriam Pttaw ana Mr. and-Mrs. B*ail Pendergrass visited Sun lay evening with Mrs. Landon of Mr. and phreys, Mr Kokomo. Mrs. Howard. Um- and 'Mrs. William Cooper, Mrb. Wilma Thomas and son Gene, of Sharpsville and John Peters wert the Sunday dinner guests of Basil Orr and family.' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ballman of Tlpton and Mr. and Mrs. Otto White of Hokomo were the Sunday afternoon guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Tunis Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cage of Sweetzer aid Mrs. Patterson of Kokomo were the Thursday night guests of Mrs. Delia Cage ~ and daughter F -eda. ' Philip and David Young of Kokomo were the Saturday guests .of their giandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Henderson. Ben Cage left Monday to spend a few days with his 3on William Cage and family of Lynn. Mrs. Atha Ford of Kokomo and Mrs. Minnie Ramp of Greentown were thl Monday "'afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bail Pendergrass. j Sidney GJ. Hall and family and Rachel Dewltt of Kolcomo were the Sunday! dinner guests of Charles Deivitt and family. Mrs. Frajnk Cage of Sweetzer spent Tuesday with Mrs. Delia Cage and daughter Freda. Mr. and Mrs. William Plckett were the Thursday 'dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Plckett of Sharpsville. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Pickett, Delcie Shields of Kokomo and Clint Keesling of Kokomo were the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Pickett. James ^Pickett and Bill Shaw of Kokomo were the Thursday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Pickett. Charles Pickett who has been visiting In Kokor mo also, returned to his home Thursday. ( Mrs. Margie Schrader and Ward Anderson of Hemlock and Mr. and Mrs. Tunis Henderson attended a miscellaneous shower for .Mr. and iMrs. Harold Wood at Kokomo Thursday night." Mr. and Mrs. Tunis Henderson, Mrs. Delta Cage and daughter Freda and Emerlc Hannah of Sharpsville were the Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Henderson. • - . GOLDSMITH. Goldsmith church -notes: (Rev. J. A. Land, pastor.) Sunday school, 9:30. W. E. Aldridge, superintendent. Evening worship, 7:30. Children's.-Day. .exercises. June 16. | .. -.. .... ;:-.;../: ' Hppewell .church notes: •. . Siipday school, 9:30. .-Russell Collier, superintendent. . . _ Mprnlng worship,. 10:30. . . Children's . Day., exercises 'June 9. i Normanda church notes: (Rer. Donald Hoffman, pastor.) Sunday school, 9:30. Carl Tyner, E uperintendent. Morning and evening worship, 10:3,0 and 7:30. Children's Day exercises June .2. ! . . •Memorial Day services : June 2. Tetersburg church notes:, i (Rev. McClure, pastor.) Sunday school, 9:30. Roscoe Samuels, superintendent. •Morning and evening worship, 10:30 and 7:30. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Marsha) of Parkier were Sunday guests ol Alfred Campbell and family. Ddrothy Tyner, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Cash Tyner, is at Indianapolis where she will take twelve-week beauty course. Robert Barr, son of Mr. and Mrs. i Lon Barr, north of Goldsmith has been very ill with ton- silitis and herat trouble. He IE slowly Improving. **" Mr. and -Mrs. O. E. WhelcheJ entertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. GlenJNagle of Arcadia, and Mr. and~$Irs. Julian Bpyer. "The Neighborhood club west of Tipton was entertained Wednesday a'fternoon at the home of Mrs. Harel Plunrmer near Atlanta. There war 'a good attendance, of members' fraafc'™TCe~Biufiie>f meeting was conducted by iMrs. •Mrs. Claude Little of Tipton, sister of Mr. Teter. JMrs. Arthur Teter, mother of 'Mrs. !Little, baked a large angel food cake and decorated with candles. Mr. and Mrs. Otha Hendricks entertained at a prettily appointed anniversary dinner Sunday in honor of the first wedding anniversary of their daughter and husband, Mr. aid :Mrs. William Basey of Jackscn Station.! Mrs. Hendricks baked a lovely! angel food cake decorated in pink and white, Mrs. Base'y's bridal colors. Mrs. Basey was William M. Orr and Mrs. Everet terson and fami and family, Mr. formerly 1 (Miss Crystal Hendriclcs. Mr. and Mrs. 3arl Tyner entertained Sunday It'.r. and Mrs. David Orr, Cash Tyner and family. and family, Mr. t Orr, Dewey Aly, Charles: Tudor and Mrs. Clyde Mitchell and Jean George. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Foster and Bonnie Park and famjly visited Sunday with friedns in White county among them being Mr. and Mrs. Jim Culp and Glen Culp and family. Run Wednesday ed the 32nd aniual reunion the Indiana Medical college. The 2nd 4-H WINDFALL. 'Dr. E. B. Moser was at Turkey where he attend- of :lub meeting held at the school building Wednesday afternoon. The leader Miss Dorothy Tolle and all three junior leaders were present. Twenty-three members were present. The meeting opened with singing a group of pep songs with Margaret Stout las song leader. The meeting was in charge of Helen Retherforjl, president. Minutes of the previous meeting were read by Mary} Catherine Van Dora. The surimer's work W organized and the first year girls started their sewing and were given instructions by their junioij leaders. I .. Rome McDowell and Gene Cottingham spent Thursday In Indianapolis. | Aubrey Legg was an Indianapolis visitor Wednesday. Mrs. Lewis JJIefford has been quite ill for th^ past few . days with a severe attack of gall itones. | • " Word from the Mercy hospital was that Dale . ion of Mr. and Urong, was not Armstrong, little Mrs. Ted Arm- getting along as Rafe club. Wernet, president of the The next: meeting will be: at the 1 ome of. Mr* Allen Spencer. At the dose of the afternoon the hostess served delicious refresh- and Mrs. W. C. Aldridgt Sundar Albert Mlohei en and ^Ir-of-nttr HopttweU 4*4 well as they wfould like to see him following a mastoid operation. • j : Mrs. W. R. Kpnworthy remains jerjously Jill..with heart and kidney complications. 'Mr. and Mrs. Floyd -Kenwprthy and Mrs; Manse Hough of near Center were with her Wednepday.j The. Young Married People's •;lass of the M. B. Bible scliool enjoyed, a pitchin supper Tuesday 3'veiing at the home of Mr. and Mrs; Harold Pritchard. A business lession, games a id a general good time w as enjoye 1 by all. There was a large attendance it the Rebekab lodge Wednesday 3vening when gi ests from Columbia Rebekah lot ge and their degree team from Anderson, and .he fTipton and Sharpsville lodges were 'also present. The degree was beautifully :lasg of Candida ion I degree start. A banquet fol- iow<d the Initla H»rold Sholty has come to spend weeks with his exemplified on a es by the Ander- lon services. of near Huntinc- father several George Sholky at; the home of Harold's grandparents Mr 5hol|ty. Mr. and moving on a farm near Albany. FATHER OOUGHUN. Object of I an ! Cardinal and Mrs. W. E. Mrs. Collins are lallrect Attack by 0'Connell. B(8ton, Mass., May 24.—A new indirect attack 01 the •methods of Father Charles p. Coughlin was mado yesterday by William; Cardinal O'Connell, archbishop! of Boston and dean of, "— •" L "-'"• ollc hierarchy in Addressing a the •Roman Cath- Amerlca. convention of •s,, the "cardinal, tloisms of the Driest prompted! to devote one of his ^unday broadcasts to a, direct reappnse, *ald: whoi e [earlier «r DetDlt radio i Father. Cpughlln TAKE A SPUR! Rise of 26 Per Cent in Ten Months Is Reported by the Treasury. INCOME RECLIPTS UP Washington, May 23. — Internal revenue collections for the ten months, of the 1935 fiscal year, through April, were nearly 26 per cent more than in the corresponding period last year. Total collections for the ten months were $2,664,853,327, an increase of $549,150,374. All internal revenue collections showed heavy increases, Jed by income taxes. The gain in the latter was featured by a particularly sharp upward movement of corporation taxes, traceable to n large extent to money put into the market for expenditure for the government. Income tax receipts for - the July-April period were $822,506,376, a gain of $215, 417:745 over last year. Corporation taxes were $423,422,368, a rise of $135,974,457, and individual income taxes were $399,094,007, an increase of $79,443,2878. Estate taxes for the ten months were §113,333,26,4, a gain of $30,477,662, and gift Uax receipts amounted to $70,656,690, an increase of $61,913.599. For the July-April period, liquor taxes amounted to S333,- 517,841, as compared with ?195,787,119 the year before. Collections from liquor in April were $33,249,450, headed with beer at $17,445.200, aikl- distilled spirits at $12,807,961. The total for April a year ago was $23,•721,108. For (March, 1935, if was $32,928,116. Beer tax receipts gained seasonally, as compared with March, while spirits; declined. • The beer tax for the ten-month period was $168.8782,473, an increase of $48,433,619, and that. on distilled spirits, domestic, was $123,435,811, a gain of $75)942,608. The distilled spirits excise tax for the ten months amounted to $12,800,007, a rise of $7,773.544. Jury Derides Death of Trained Was Accidental. (By United Press). Baldwin Park, Cal., May 24. — A coroner's jury yesterday spared the life of "Prince," 7,000-pound elephant who stampeded in winter quarters and gored to death his trainer, formerly of Peru, Ind., Joe Reed. testimony of three circus em- ployes that the big beast's past record was good. The Ladies Aid society of ithV Kemp Methodist church lias reserved Saturday, June 15, for a penny supper to be served In the church basement. i Tribune-Want Ads Pay. SUSPECT SOUGHT. 'John" Is Sought In Attack Upon Aged Couple. Indianapolis, May 24.—Search for a 6-foot-6 man named "John," for., questioning in the shooting and slugging of Jerome H. Burns. 63 years old, wealthy rural resident, and the disappearance of his ailing wife, Mrs. Minnie Burns, 58, was begun by Sheriff Otto Ray last night. The missing "John" was seen near the Burns home Sunday and Monday was said to have chopped wood for two women who lived in a house owned by Burns which adjoins his own home at 4926 West. Morris street. The women, who were said to have had frequent quarrels with Burns, and whom he had attempted to evict, also will be questioned again by Sheriff Ray and Deputy Gene Ryan. The women moved .to a Rural street address Tuesdar night, the same night Burns said that he was attacked. Burns, now in the Methodist hospital In a .critical condition, In his mutterings has mentioned the two women and burglars as his assailants. . .REPAIR KIT 96 Sq.lnches 'All : tho«» the »ho'ntlng. , kre *> u rbing :to voices, and i cream- nypne irhpioccnpUa twplabt of a||teacn- Salt Rising Bread Cream Puffs Pecan Rolls Cracked Wheat Bread Glazed Donuts CASE BAKERY Phones* CLOVER FARM REqiPEi FjOR SPRING tONIC! iTJ mralion in the glorious outdoors.-wrth a IMS ol Clover Farm Irnh picnic lood^ Bake for Tone Picnic Lunch Selected Meats For Week End Only Chuck Roasts, Ib. . .25c Keener; native beef. Ground Beef, 2 Ibs. 35c Keener; fresh: Fancy Veal Chops, Ib. ____ 25c Veal Roasts, Ib. ...23c Bakul 3erliner Loaf, 1/2 Ib .......... .18c A New Luncheon Meat Smoked Pork Dandies, Ib., 31c Lean, no bone, no waste Ham, sliced, % Ib. . -27c Baked, Barbecue or Boiled. Fish, 2 Ibs. ....... 27c Ocean Fillets; Skinless Clover Farm Butter, 1-lb. prints, 31 c Country Roll, Ib., 30c The Aristocrat of Butter Always Fresh Try It — You'll Buy It- Catsup Glendale—For Baked Beans £t jars £DC Sweet Pickles Glendale—Large Jar ' ! A Real Buy 23c Dressing Thousand Island—8-oz. Jar 14c StnUed Olives Clover Farm-—6-oz. Jar 19c Wax Paper Clover Farm 2 rolls •« ^ for 1/C Pork and Beans Clover Farm : o £ rails 'MARGARINE'^ HNE» Ib. 21C Choice Fresh Produce Leaf Lettuce, fresh crop, Ib New Potatoes, U. S. No. 1, 5 Ibs ; ... .15c | New Peas, California, Ib. \- !0 C I Oranges, Snnkist California, nice size, doz., 21c; Apples, Jonathan, ifine eating, per Ib. 5c \ CLOVER FARM FLOUR—24-lb. sack ....:...$1.0^ BLUE ROSE RICE—3 Ibs. for '.. ? 17c CREAM MINTS^/2 Ib. for , lQr r SAFETY MATCHES—Clover Farm, 10 pkgs. ... 9c RU£ 'SHAMPOO—A marvel cleaner, bottle ......49c RIPPLED WHEAT—New taste thrill, 2 pkgs. . .23c KRISPY CRACKERS—8-oz. pkg. IQcj CLOROX—Pure and safe, pint bottle 15c Pabst-ett CHEESE For Better Sandwiches Standard or Pimento 2ST35cl CAMAY SOAP—3 bars for 14c DREFT—For finer fabrics, 2 boxes 2$c OLD JBOLD CIGARETTES—2 pkgs 25c SANDWICH SPREAD—Clover Farm, pint bottle, 23c GREEN CUP COFFEE—A special blend, Ib SPECIAL Ic VALUE BABO Cleans Enamel and Porcelain i Can 13c; 2 for 14c .j '• -.:•""•." : . 'i i | SALLY^CIOVE'R fa.,*** PAPER NAPKINS Vienna Choice Clover Farm Qnalltj Packed iti Glass ' ] Per Jar "And for the Sandwiches Several Cans of CLOVER jFAKM

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