The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 31, 1935 · Page 7
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 7

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, May 31, 1935
Page 7
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T KIND uv A KEOW LAYS KOKO TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE OR TRADE EEAL ESTATE TOR SALE—Four nice cottage! to sell on payment plan with §100 down. L. W. Fuller. c-207 FOR SALE—Manchu* soy beans. Phone 13S9, Windfall. Gleu Riffe. P-20S FOE SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Rotary hoe. Cecil Rhodes, Atlanta. p-207 FOR SALE — Coal oil range. •Phono 134S. *>207 FOR SALE — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 65. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf FOR SALE—Million Dollar seed potatoes. Walter Moldcn. Phone 14X5. „ ' P-203 FOR SALE—Rural New Yorker potatoes. Walter Powell. Phone 1X6. - c-208 AUCTION SALE of salvaged material from postofflce site, Wednesday, .lune 5, starting 10:30 a. m. Lumber, soil pipe, brick and other material. c-209 WANTED WANTED—You to know we have plenty of wall paper at 8 cents a double roll. Rexall, Drugs. c-tf FOR SALE — Northern Michigan No. 1 Itnssett seed potatoes. Phone 17X9. John Sandmann. p-20'J WANTED — Old ice boxes and washers as down payments on Crosley Shelvadors and Easy washers. Linebacks. C-2UG WANTED—Paper hanging; reasonable. Coyner. Phone 1270. c-208 FOR SALE -— Tip-Top chicks, proven the cheapest for farmer or poultryman; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf FOR SALE — Potatoes, Rural New Yorkers, for seed or table. Phone 1GX7. Herman Michel. c-207 FOIl KALE — u-ycar-old horse, Fordson tractor and Oliver 12- inch tractor ploW; 2 I. II. C. rotary hoes; 9-in. Lutz burr feed mill; 7-ft. Osbome binder. Butz Implement Store. Phone 33XS. c-tf FOR RENT — Modern furnished apartment, close in. Phone 3374 or IS. c-207 .ITNIO HATVillOS — Kni-h , Tucs. I.:ir;.v typi' \Vliltf thorn* ?';.!ir. |n-r 100; } *'1.7.~, in .".'in lots: fii.'iO in n Inf.. iliTivys $7.1T. ;>cr ; S7 'J.'. in f.ini lots: S7 in 1,111111 lots, IA%M r.ruliuinius 5S.1.1. II..JLVV Mix.'tl $7. Ailil !<• HIT • hiil; i-Mra "win n lots uf nil aiv ship- :,:;<t :: \\i;s. a* spi-i-inl <ir(h-rs. Onlcr in .•nlvuri'-i- I'ur d:itf. bn-ctl nnd»cr. KalHr Mimnirr rhirks—they will inr;;n roal profit tor tabl-- use this fall. Hoosier Hatrhnry. afirhiganlown. inil. ForSale or Trade 1934 V-8 DeLuxe Sedan, with radio, extra good. 1932 V-8 Coupe. 1929 Pontiac Sedan. 1929 Essex Sedan. 1931 Chevrolet Coupe 1930 Plymouth Coach 1931 Chevrolet Coach These Are All R-G Cars Liberal Terms Tipton Main Motor Co. FOR RENT FOR RENT — Modern heated rooms as low as $3 per week Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. t' FOR RENT — Completely furnished modern 7-room house or •i-room apartment, within one square of town; possession June 7. See Mrs. Jackson, 22C North Main. c-tf Xcw Cabinet Being Formed to Protect the Franc. Paris, May 31. — Fernand Bouisson, president of the chamber of deputies, sought today to form a cabinet and prevent a grave financial crisis. He accepted from President Albert Lebrun a mandate to form a wide national union or coalition cabinet of sufficient strength to prevent a grave flight of capital and save the franc. Bouisson accepted the task of forming a ministry after working through the night unofficially, and seeking particularly to win support of the Socialists, who. with the Communists, comprise the extreme left wing. A big movement of gold was expected after the Ascension I)a> bank holiday yesterday, to add to the 7,000,000,000 francs ($-l«0.810,000) that has gone from th country since May 17, to leave the Bank of France's bullion stocks at an estimated 72,000. 000.000 to 73,000,000,000, thr lowest since February, 1932, ant against the high of 83,359,000. 000 Dec. 2, 1932. It was understood that Piern Laval consented to remain as for eign minister, that Francois Pie tri was willing to servi: as financ minister, and that George Manc'e would remain in his post as minis! rr of posts. •;•• : •• MISCELLANEOUS SEE US for new' plan of farm loans; 5, 10. 15 • and 20-year payment plan; low interest rate. Fielding & Fielding, c-tf MONEY TO LOAN FARM LOANS—Reasonable rat 1 Fielding & Fielding. o «t •••.^^••^••••i* - [•^^••^^^^^^^^••^•'• — SPEEDWAY CHANGES. 'c.ssiblr /Track Will Be Improved for Higher Speeds. (Hy Uniti-d 1'rcss). Indianapolis, May 31.—Alterations to make the Indianapolis Motor Speedway more adaptable to the new high speed records attained in the annual 500-mile Memorial Day race were predicted reliably today. Speedway oflicials declined to comment on proposed changes, but predicted a great reduction in tho number of accidents on the 2%-milo brick oval. Steeper banking of the narrow I•>Sunday Services* Pilgrim Holiness Church. (O. 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 Crorch. (Rev. F. Jos. Bllsteln). Low mass at »: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 Cosmos class party Thursday evening at 7:30 at the home of Miss Nellie Heath on South Independence street. First Presbyterian Cliurcli. XO CONTACT MADE. Parents of Kidnaped Hoy Are Still Holding Hansom Money. turns appeared to be plousible solution. the most Tacoma, Wash., May 31.—The absence of kidnaped 9-year-old George Hunt Weyerheauser entered its second week at noon today without any indications that his return might be imminent. His Father, John Philip Weyerhaeuser, vice president of the Weyerheauser Timber Company, was reported still holding the $200,000 ransom money. Entire absence of signs of activity in the Weyerheauser home today led to the belief'that headquarters of the members of the family and friends standing ready to pay the ransom, had been transferred elsewhere. TCK.VKI) OVKR TO I'LKISK. BIGGEST VALUES IN USE Y04J GET MORE FOR YOUR MONEY WHEN YOU' BUI* P*tt!l AN AUTHORIZED DftLER •T cm. Ubmd curate* down p«7i»«nt «ad Securities and Cash of Late Miir- ion Axtoll Total Over $«,01M). Friday evening the Fanners Loan & Trust Company, guardian of..the late Marion Axlell, filed its final report and turned over to county Clerk R. W. Simpson, $'•• 950 in bonds and $283 in cash on hand for the benefit of the estate of which D. L. Thomas is administrator. Miss Hessie Cloud of Richmond, is sole heir of the estate under a will left by Mr. Axtcll, she being a half sister. "There goes the only woman I have ever loved," commented the doctor whb was chatting with the drug store man: "Why don't you marry her?" tho drug man inquired. "I can't, afford to," whispered' the doctor. "She's 'my best patient." . : MAYTAG SALES and ' SERVICE NEW AND C8ED WASHERS Used ,GM Engine For Demonstration CaB 88 SERVICE MOTOR 00. ii M, (Rev. R. Tunmer, Minister.) Sunday school, 9:;!0. Divine worship, 10:45. The subject for the morning sermon The Christian Endeavor society will meet at C o'clock at the horn? of Howard Tunmer, 217 North Conde street. The Home Workers wi!l«.mcct at tho homo of Mrs. Charles Heron, Wednesday evening at G:3i.'. Tho ladies are to bring thiiir table service and favorite cli.iii. Members' families are also invi'.- ed. Rehearsals for the Children's Day exercises will be held Monday afternoon at 3 oVlock. The public is cordially invited to our Sunday services. Atlant.-i Church. (Harold M. .Thrasher, pastor.) 9:30 a. m., unified Sunday morning service. 9:30-10:00, worship, all ages. Junior talk, "The Christian Flag." 10:0010:30, Junior Epworth League, Mrs. Emma Davis, superintendent. Adult sermon, "Cluiist or Lenin." 0:45 p. m., Epworth, League. Leader, Harriett Mohler. 7:30 ]). m., evening service. Solo by Victor McCarty. Anthem by tho choir. Sermon by Rev. Clyde G. Yeomans, district superintendent. Dr. Yeomans will .?oa- duct our first quarterly conference following. Mid-week prayer service each Thursday at 7:30 p. m. ROUNDED UP SEC. Alleges Kidnaper and Bank Robbers Taken in Custody. (By Unitcrt Kansas City, May 31. — Capture of six personsr one hunted as the leader in the kidnaping of August Luer, aged bapker of Alton, 111., and the others in connection with southwestern bank robberies was announced here today. .Those arrested were Walter O'Malley, hunted for nearly two years as the man who, police believe, planned the Luer abduction, Dan T. Heady, former convict, Floyd Henderson, Dewey Gil- i ir. J move and pEtossell C t Heady's wife also wtS'U B. E. Cohroy, special'^-^ nounced the arrests-hl "" '„; THE DAILY Mrs. Peck: "They'say a' lor is a man who has' been in love." Peck (under his breath): " and a married man Is one has been double crossed." -, June has a great deal to swer for. It is responsible more weddings than any o month. , , jtoj; West Street Christian Cliurcli. (H; It. PeaTcy, Minister.) 9:30 Church school. 10:30 Worship and sermon: "The Kternal Yearning of Human Hearts." Notes: ' The attendance at church 1 school was materially increased last Sunday. Let us begin the summer season with a will to improve the standing for the year thus far. The'evening service will bo adjourned to the union service at the Presbyterian church. Prof. W. n. Hiatt will bring a message on the significance of the church's position in this era. Mr. Hiatt was one of the group attending tho congress at Chicago early in Ma/. His message will be 'of unusual interest. Our people should bo present in part at least just 'o manifest a spirit of comradeship. The Ladies Aid society will meot at the home of Mrs. S. A. Culver; at -123 West Washington street next Wednesday afternoon at the'usual hour. '".' • ' ,' Thci musical program for Sun- 'day morning follows: The! music for the morning service has been announced as follows: Prelude, "Prelude," by Dethier; offertory, "Offertory," by Sin-ionetti; anthem, "The Lord Blpss ;You," Ipanoff, the Junior Choir I postlude, "Vivace" from the "Sonata in D Minor" by Bach. (Rev. C. A. Wade, pastor.) Sunday school, 9:30. Morning worship. 10:30 a. m.; sermon subject, "If the World Is at the Crossroads, What Will Baptists Do About It." B. Y. P. U., 6': 3,0. Evening service, 7:30; sermon subject, "Has God Any Plan for Saving Individuals and Society?" Wednesday evening, prayer meeting followed by business session and choir rehearsal. A full attendance is desired. Thursday afternoon the Women's Missionary society will meet with Mrs. JNIort Losey.- All members are requested to be present. Church of the Xazaronc. (Rev. G. R. Coyner, pastor.) Sunday school, 9:30. Revival service, 10:30 o'clock. Rev. Gail Shaffer, evangelist from Alexandria, will preach. N. Y. P. S., 6:30; Mrs. G. "R. Coyner, leader. The missionary lesson subject will be "The Gospel in Central America." Evening revival service, 7:30 o'clock, sermon by Rev. Shaffer. Revival services will continue till June 1C, opening each evan- ing at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. Shaffer will deliver the gospel message at each service, and some very fine meetings are anticipated. Wcslcyan Methodist Church. Kemp Memorial McthodiM. (John Ward Rose, Minister.) The morning unified service at «:30 will take the shorter form for tho summer months beginning Sunday. This service combine!) worship and study and will bo held each Sunday morning from 9:30 to 11:00. The pastor's sermon theme for the worship period of this service Sunday morning will be: "He'That Serveth." An anthem will be rendered by the choir under the direction of Mrs. E. E. Edwards with Miss Helen White at the organ. ; A •combined meeting of the forum-and senior groups of the Epworth League will be helU Sunday •evening in the churcfi parlors at G:30. .Mrs. J. W. Rosis le announced as the special leader whose-, topfc will be': "Our Part in Making a Good Home." A union service -will \ be held Sunday evening at the Presbytij-' rian church with Dr. H. R. Pearo^ of the West Street Christian>the speaker. This iiour if .worghjjKWiU the -held;at* ijt 0. 5 WeinSuVHome Mfssjoniry-so- (A. E. Beyler, Minister.) 9:30 a. in.—Sunday school, A. Price, iSupt. 10:30 a. m.—Sermon by the pastor. 6:30 p. m.—Young Peoples meeting. 7:30 p. m.—Evangelistic message. ; ";:30 p. m.—Wednesday even- J, )K prayer service. The ; public is cordially invited to attend any or all our services. Kmanucl Lutheran Church. (Rev, Theo. Schwan, pastor.) Sunday school, 9:30. Morning 'worship. 10:30. Special meeting of the Walthcr League immediately after the morning service. Tipton Circuit meeting at Logansport Sunday afternoon at 2:30 q'clock. All members of th« Synodieal committee are expected to attend. Ladies Aid business .meeting Wednesday. This will be an all day meeting with Mrs. Guerney Mclntosh and Mrs. Herman Quade acting |as hostesses. Choir rehearsal Thursday evening, i Hobbs and Aronm Methodist. . (Rain 1 !! E. Davison, Minister. ). t Hobbs. ; Suncjay,' June 2, 9:30 a. m.— Church 1 school; 10:30 a. m.,: class meeting; 7:00 p. m.. King's Heraldfe; 7:30 p. in., evening worship. Thursday June 6.—Ice cream social and free pictures on church lawn, Sum Ohni ship Paopl :00 p. m. Aroma. ' ^ y, June/Z, 9|30 a. |in.— •school and morning wor- nntaed. iPlWlet, Young See the New Leonard Electric Refrigerators H. J. SCHRADER & CO. J.C.PENNEYCO 118-118 South Main St. , LEATHERMAN FUNERAL HOME Ambulance - Service . Furnace Coils Waste Fuel Replace Your Coil With a Self Action GAS WATER HEATER Public Service Co. of Ind. BREAD— 1%-lb, loaf .... KROGER GROCERY BAKING CO. 9c Comforts, Blankets, Quilts SMTTSOirS LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING Phone 120 See— YOUNG & MASON Suits and Foniishiags 106 East Jefferson St. Radio Repairs -LtlfEBACJKS TODAY OWLY 'THE ARGENTINE DUO T In Person, on the Stage He Doubled for Douglas Fairbanks. TODAY Theatre 2 Big Days PORLD'S GREATEST PICTURE ISUNDAY and MONI Continuous Show Sunday She gave up the love of one man to save the life of another! i* * LIVING ON fttLU Added Short Subjects BUSTER in "TABS AND STRIPES? — Color Reel "When the Gait's Awaj •iday and Saturda; Adults Any Seat Kids lOc COLLEGE TACKLES-HE DID'HiST, WORK ON THE DANCE flOOR!- OUR SATURDAY! 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