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THE MITCHELL TRIBUNE, MITCHELL, IND.t MAY 23, 1942 PAGE EIGHT white. Mr. and Mrs. Bine Bowden of The new home is ready for occupancy. Joe Bruner spent Saturday night here with his family.

Roy. Martin and family, and Mrs. Lucille Martin and husband spent Sunday with the sister, Mrs. Rose Martin Hoggatt Mr. and Mrs.

Ketchie Hamilton and two sons visited Sunday at Salem with to Charlestown Sunday to bring Mr. JJanabtaons home.They had been visiting their girodrndthnsfor a.week. Mrs. Leona Smith had her tonsils' re-j moved Saturday at Dr. Dussard's office.

She is staying at the Rev, Stroud home a few days until she is better. Major Clyde Smith and son, Pvt. Donald Smith from Ft Knox, and Mrs. Nellie Fletcher spent Sunday with Major Smith's family. Miss Mayme Lewis of Seymour spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs.

North Neal. Mrs. Carrie Brown spent last Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Tow.

Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Fish of Muncie spent one night last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pemberton, and Mr.

and Mrs. Hobart Pemberton went home with them for a visit Mr. and Mrs. Amos Riggs and son of Muncie spent the week-end with relatives. Mary Elizabeth Brown went home with them Sunday afternoon for a short visit.

PORT WILLIAMS BONO Sunday school each Sunday at 9:30 m. Attendance last Sunday, 43; collection, 89 cents. Hisses Iv and LouiEe Howard visited from Wednesday of last week until Monday evening at the Everett Boyd home. Mr. and Mrs.

Walter Roberts, and Mrs. Bessie Stewart and son, Bobbie, were at Bedford Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kern of Ewing called Sunday on Mr.

and Mrs. Frank Young. Saturday evening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Young were Mr.

and Mrs. Homer Beasley of Bedford. Dr. G. G.

Colglaiier was called Monday to see George Hughes. Forrest Ingle of Arizona, and Mrs. Grace Lee of Tunnelton called Monday evening at the George Hughes home. The home economics club met last Thursday with Mrs. Clema Williams, at Tunnelton.

There were 12 members, 12 children and five visitors present Next meeting will be June 18 at home cf Mrs. Rose Hoggatt. Mrs. Violet Hoggatt and niece, Jennie Neideffer, spent last Thursday with Mrs. Ruby Hoggatt and helped with in-terior painting of the new home.

Mrs. Grace Lee of Tunnelton has also helped. Bill Greenweti! Roy Blevins of Lafayette came Sunt1 day to visit a few days with relatives and friends here. He spent Sunday and Sunday night with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.

J. W. Blevins. Mrs. Isley and two daughters visited one evening last week with Mrs.

Bill Greenwell and Mrs. Ida Ellis. Charles, oldest son of Mrs. Lizzie Hanners, underwent an operation Saturday at the Bedford hospital, and is reported in a serious condition. We hope he will soon be better.

Billie McCart called Monday evening on Noble Morgan. Robert Ellis visited Sunday with his grandmother, Mrs. Ida Ellis. Barbara Isley is helping Mrs. Bill Greenwell with her home work.

Mr. and Mrs. Arley Graves and two children of Bedford took Sunday dinner with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.

W. Blevins. Those who took Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Root were, Fay Russell and friend, Helen Bocock and daughter of Campbellsburg and Mr.

and Mrs. Noble Morgan. In the afternoon they all went to the Huron cemetery and decorated some graves. Mr. and Walter.

Root and Marvin Russell also went with them. Roddeti Blevins called Sunday mom. ing on his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.

W. Blevins. Gordon Wright of Indianapolis visited over the week-end with his grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Tinsley.

relatives here. Mrs, Carter was formerly Miss Becky Chaillaux. Mr. and Mrs. Son Sullivan and Kr.

and Mrs. Roy S. Burton and baby daughter, Linda Kay, took Sunday din. ner with their, parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Ollie Burton and daughter; Rosemary. Several from here were at Paoli Sunday afternoon for the U. S. O. parade and speaking.

'-ti-'- Mr. and Mrs. Noble Brown, of Palestine, HL, and Mrs. Ida Brows of Pros- pert visited Sunday with Mr. and Mm Thomas H.

Cleveland. Kenneth Hager went to West' Baderi Monday morning for physical examination for army service. A son, Earl, weight 7 pounds, was born Friday evening, May 22, to Mr. and Mrs. Herschell Brothers.

's Mr. and Mrs. Willard Johnson and Mrs. Bertha Johnson and children visit- ed Sunday with Mrs. Lenora Browrii and daughters.

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hall and ehfl-i dren, Donna Jo and Johnny, of Mil- i chell, visited Sunday with his parents! Mr. and Mrs. Simpson B.

Hall, Those who visited with Mrs. Lloyd! W. Baker and Mrs. Orilla Bakier Thursday afternoon and quilted were! Krew Lenora Brown, Mrs. Ira -Haag, Mrs -Simpson Hall, Mrs.

Oswald Ramsbachei and Mrs. Ollie Burton. i Misses Marietta Brown, Louise Ramsbacher, Rosemary Burton- and Wanda- June Tolbert spent Thursday-' afternoon with Miss Margaret Ann Vv Baker. A Mrs. Lenora Brown and daughter Miss Marietta visited Saturday after.

noon with Mrs. Delile Stapleton, at French lick. Mrs. Stapleton had just' returned from the St. Edwards hospitaf at New Albany, where she underwent'-- ah appendicitis operation.

1 Decoration services will be held here- the second Sunday in June. a Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carter, of Bend, Mr. and Mrs.

George and son Bruce, Mrs. Mary Chaillaux-; and Eudoxia of Huron, Mr. and Mrs.l Louis Chaillaux, Mrs. Becky Trow-: bridge, Mrs. Adella Ritter, and Miss-' l-Alpha Chaillaux were supper guests: Friday evening of Mr.

and Mrs. Jamer G. Chaillaux and daughter, Nancy Lee. Orleans spent Sunday with Mr. and rarfcTBennie Etchaon and.

daughters. Kent Witsman and Urn- Afrfr ywgn-son of near Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell McClung- and Canaan Williams called on Mr. and Mrs.

Joe Chapman Sunday evening. ROUTE ONE Mrs. Gilbert. Tincher and children and Mrs. Lonnie Tincher and children visited Thursday afternoon with Mrs.

W. R. Tincher and daughter, Norma Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Johnson and son of Muncie spent the week-end with his father, Henry Johnson and family.

Mrs. Lydia Beavers and family spent one day last week with her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Tolbert and son, Jerry. Mr. and Mrs.

Arthur Tolbert, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson, Mr.

and Mrs. Noble Johnson and Ollie Atchison and Lester Tincher visited Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lee. Miss Charlene Tincher called Tuesday evening on Mrs.

Gladys Tincher and children. Mrs. Richard Merry and sons of Huron spent Tuesday with Mrs. Henry Johnson and family. Frank Erobree called Sunday afternoon on George Tincher.

BETHEL Thirty-two in Sunday school and $1.82 collection. Mrs. Lloyd W. Baker had the Christian Endeavor program Sunday evening. Mr.

and Mrs. Albert Keen and Miss Bonnie Louise Brown of Indianapolis and Mr. and Mrs. George E. Pruett and son, George Albert, were supper guests Mrs.

Lenora Brown and daughter, Miss Marietta Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Keen spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Pruett. Vem Story has returned from Michigan City to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Haag, where he will work this summer. Mr.

and Mrs. Roy Carter of South Bend, are spending his vacation with JUICE. the juice and ww mm Wi II' M.h.'M'I Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Trueblood and son, Earl, spent Sunday with Mr.

and Mrs. Roy Trueblood and daughters at Indianapolis. Mrs. Asa Ray and daughter and Miss Helen Deavers spent last Friday afternoon with Mrs. Bennie Etchison and daughters.

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mundy of Bed-r forcl spent Saturday and Saturday n'eht with Mr. and Mrs. Walter True blood.

Mrs. R. V. Williams and Mrs. Leland Williams of Mt.

Olive called on Miss Maggie Nail and mother Tuesday afternoon of last week. Byron Chapman spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Canaan Williams. Mr.

and Mrs. Vincent Crane and son of Clayton and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tincher of Bedford spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.

Robert Williams. Mrs. Walter Trueblood spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. John Nail and daughter. Mrs'.

Asa Ray and daughter and Mrs. Urban Deavers and daughter spent Thursday of last week with Mrs. Opal KROGER Beef Values are IN THE am Kroger's Tenderay enderay ire of the impor- of fresh saves you more juice and tbe tant values flavor and essential vitamins. Always tender! II II of Ira John Collier and family. Rachael Boyd took Sunday dinner with Eloise Hoggatt Mr.

and Mrs. Johnnie Terry of near Charlestown have been visiting here with his mother and family. Miss Dora Belle Ray, a nurse at Indianapolis, spent the week-end here with Miss Marjorie Roberts. Richard Bennett was home from camp Sunday. Mrs.

Wincel Hoggatt, who has been sick, is now improving. Harley Brewer is recovering from an attack of kidney stones. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hoggatt called Saturday evening on Mrs.

Hoggatt's mother, Mrs. Ruth Scott of Mitchell WOODVILLE Mr. and Mrs. J. B.

Pless and daughter of Mitchell spent Sunday with Mrs. Fred Keynon and children. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Martin and children of Denver, N.

P. Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Elliott and family of Mitchell, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.

Howard Sherwood and daughter. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Salmon and daughters. Gladys and Ina, and George Brown and family.

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pless visited Sunday afternoon with their daughter, Mrs. William JXmlap and family of Bedford. Mrs.

George Brown and family were in Seymour Sunday evening and attended baccalaureate services at the high school there. Mrs. Brown has a niece in the graduating class. Magdaline Brown remained for a longer visit with her aunt, Mrs. Bessie Moore.

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sherwood entertained with a weiner roast last Friday night. Winfred Pless, who has employment at Bedford, spent Sunday night with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Ray Pless. Mr. and Mrs. William Gaines of Mitchell called on his sister, Mrs. Arvil Lewis and family Sunday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley McPherson and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Ingram visited Mr.

and Mrs. Ray Pless Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. George Brown and fam ily called on Mr.

and Mrs. Elbert Tanksley one night last week. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Tanksley and children called on his parents, Mr.

and Mrs. Claud Tanksley in Bedford Wednesday night. HURON Mr. and Mrs. George Rizer and daughter of Michigan have been visiting at the home of Everett Sorrells and family.

Mrs. Mary Ellen Lesig and Miss Betty Fields of Yysilanti, are' visiting their mother, Mrs. Nora Miller and family. Mr. and Mrs.

Donald Terrell and daughter returned home the first of the week, after a few days visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bex Ethison and family, near Port Williams. Mr. and Mrs.

Alfred Johnson of Mitchell visited friends here Sunday. Mrs. Ella Blevins, who has been in poor health for several months, is reported as not so well at this time. Mr. and Mrs.

Eldred Lindley and family spent Sunday with relatives in Mitchell. Pvt. Joseph Fields, U. S. Air Bas, Albuquerque, New Mexico, is spending a few days with his mother, Mrs.

Nora Miller and family. Russell Bowden of Wheatland visited friends here Sunday. Jahue Doane is reported to be seriously sick at his home north of town. Mrs. Asa Ray, near Port Williams is visiting her parents, Mr.

and Mrs. J. J. King. ROUTE THREE Having fine weather and everybody busy planting com.

Barbara Burton and Dorothy Wat-terson visited Monday evening with Mrs. Ida Ellis and Mrs. Bill Greenwell. Those who visited Mrs. Ida Ellis Sunday were Mrs.

Roy Davis and son, Marvin, and daughter, Verle, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Davis and Mrs.

Harold Salmon, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sherwood, Mrs. J. Blevins and two grand children, Carrie and David Graves, and Roy Blevins of Lafayette.

Mary McCart returned home Monday from Tunnelton, where she had been visiting her sister, Mrs. William Wright and husband. We are sorry to hear that Mrs. Clyde Chastain and two children have typhoid. Hope they will soon all be well again.

Helen Bocock and daughter of Camp-bellsburg spent, Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Noble Morgan. Mrs. Lizzie Hanners visited Thursday evening with Mrs.

Ida Ellis and Mrs. Classified Ads Rates: 5c per line or fraction thereof. Ave. 6 words to line. Min.

30c wk. FOR SALE FOR SALE Reconditioned piano, fine for student or beginner. $35 cash, or terms. Phone 176, or see piano at 116 west Baker street. May 21-2t FOR SALE 5-foot marble top counter.

Cheap. Home Loan and Finance 1618 T' Bedford, Ind. It FOR SALE Oliver gang plow, 14-inch points good as new; also Fordson tractor in good running order, priced to sell. And 4 acres of alfalfa in field. George I.

Burton, route 2. It TRITOX FOR VICTORY GARDENS Famous first line defense 3-way kill for beetles, bugs, worms; The Blitz for Fritz Dealers: Morrill Drug Store; all Jay C. grocery stores, and Worrell Pharmacy, Orleans. May 21-3t PERMANENTS $1.00 for limited time. Others at better prices.

Mitchell Beauty Shop. May 21-2t STRAWBERRIES NOW RIPE For assurance of fresh quality berries, drive to our farm. A reduction in price for those who wish to furnish containers and pick their own berries. A. O.

Peed, phone 1013-11. FOR SALE Electric radio, table model. Good condition. See Mrs. A.

A. Aikin, 918 Main street. It FOR RENT FOR RENT Modem bungalow, southeast corner 8th and Warren streets. See Mrs. Grace Seigmund, 321 west Oak St.

It FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Mrs. Lester Sloan. 407 Warren Street. It FOR RENT The Enos Mundy house, 2'ifc miles southwest of Mitchell.

Good garden spot. For particulars inquire at First National Bank. May 21-2t WANTED 'WANTED Get into business now when husiness is good. Investigate Baker's independent business offer for this community Merchandise on consignment without cash outlay and without personal surety. Write Baker's Keokuk, low.

May 21-3t WANTED 20 men to thin apples. Can use boys over 16. but boys under 18 must have work card. Work to start June 1. Holmes Orchard Co.

It WANTED Girl or woman for general family of two. 1405 14th Bedford, phone 1021. May28-2t WANTED A cronic invalid or elderly patient to be cared for in graduate nurse's home. 206 Walnut street, French Lick, phone 79-J. May 28-2t LOST AND FOUND LOST A man's pocketbook, containing paper bills and papers bearing my name.

Reward for return. William Harrison, 520 Vine St. It LOST Strayed and lost, 2 Chester White sow pigs, weight 25 or 30 pounds. Finder please notify George Dotts, 232 north Cherry St. It FOUND Woman's purse, containing money.

Owner may have same by calling at 115 east Main street and identifying purse. It MISCELLANEOUS PUBLIC SALE For sale date, write or call. Col. W. H.

Harrison, auctioneer, Bloomington, Ind. 25 years experience. Phone 3012. Feb. 26-tf Kroger's DflAQT CHUCK 'lk Tenderay iwiO 1 Blade lb.

29c ID. I if. WESLEY CHAPEL Glad to see new persons in Sunday school. Come again. Arch Tow and Victor Man nix drove Victory Gardening by Dexter Ferry Secretary Ferry-Morse Seed Co.

Your Home Garden CALL it "defense garden," "war garden," or "victory garden," the need for a home-grown vegetable garden is greater this year than ever before. Thousands of families who never grew a garden before are busily engaged now In plans for fresh food supplies needed for many sound reasons. The real purpose in making a garden Is the good that tbe gardener gets out of it, and the satisfaction of watching things grow. In addition, the home gardener can assure himself of superior, healthful foods, rich In vitamins, minerals, and roughage. Existing conditions that will Influence home gardeners to grow food stuffs are: Increased food costs, transportation priorities, shortage of farm help In good producing increased taxation, huge demands upon commercial growers for fresh garden foods for the armed forces, and to aid in the "planned diet." Flowers should not be neglected in your home garden, and they should be used often as borders for the vegetable plot.

They contribute even more now than in years of peace. The flower garden brings good health to the gardener and beauty to the world. Us cultivation Is a contribution to morale. We have plenty of ground in this country and plenty of leisure for both vegetable and flower raising. Great Britain has set us a good example by continuing to hold flower shows, and in taking a moderate course between the utility and the ornamental garden.

Our government is vitally interested in home gardening this year, but only when the planning is soundly executed. The wild scramble to plant vegetable plots on every idle acre of land, as occurred to a great extent during the first World War, Is not encouraged by any authority. To sum up: If you have space and good soil, grow your own vegetables, especially those having high nutritional value. Don't waste seeds. Calculate your needs care-tuliy and sow to meet them.

News For Home Seekers If you are tired of paying rent and moving from house to house, then decide to take advantage of our home owners plan. The minute you make that decision, your future brightens, for each monthly rentlike payment increases your equity in your home. In a few years you own your home free from debt INSURANCE OF EVmtY KIND Will manage the rental of your property. Also our listing of City and Urban properties include many real bargains you can buy on easy payments. Mortgage loans on farm properties, In approved locations, low interest rates, convenient terms.

WE INSURE EVERYTHING BUT THE HEREAFTER J. H. Landreth Established 1913 Mitchell, Indiana WHITING FILLETS pound 22c JACK SALMON, fresh dressed lb. 25c VEAL CHOPS, blade cut pound 29c Boiling Beef Short Rib, lb. 19c; Brisket, lb.l7C CLUB STEAK, K.

Tenderay lb. 39c VEAL ROAST, rolled pound 25c LUNCH MEATS, fine variety, lb. 35c II If COUNTRY CLUB COOKED 9 7 IliilllOButt Half, lb. 39c; Whole or Shank Lb. Ol HA UK Butt Half, lb.

37c; 9Cp IliilTlO whole or Shank Half, lb. Wl wurtv DnrrD Droru Fresh CLOCK BREAD if 1111 Li 111 Thiron Enriched American or Brick you save the VALUES! fN -1 97. LlC lb. 15c lull 1 Lilll11 Dressed 2 loaves -19c 2 loaf 59c lb. 15c 6 for 15c 6 for 15c AMAIIN AANTIIl TlNDERAVi DEffr, KRAFT CHEESE PICKLES, Pker's L.

dill or sour, qt 19c SALAD DRESSING, Embassy qt 31c PINK SALMON 2 toll cans 39c CREAM CHEESE, fresh bulk Lb. 29c KRAFT CHEESE 37c PR 8oz- 9 IjIlftLULiIlO Graham. Country Club Both for COOKIES, fine assortment Tray 10c POUND CAKE, old fashioned Ea. 15c EVAPORATED MILK 2 toll cans 17c ANGEL FOOD, 13-egg recipe Each 35c BEVERAGES S-tSSes ENRICHED FLOUR 2ty 89c 24-Lb. Bag TOMATOES ORANGES LEMONS Firm-Ripe Fine for Slicing Florida Large Size Sunkist Large Size CCIM VMS New Potatoes SisTo3! size 10 lb 27c GREEN ONIONS 2 bchs.

9c PORTO RICAN YAMS 21c RADISHES, home grown 2 bunche 9c YELLOW ONIONS, New Texas Lb. 5c CELERY, fresh, crisp stalk 6c NEW CABBAGE, solid head Lb. 5c LETTUCE, fresh, crisp, Iceberg hd. 10c CARROTS, fresh, crisp Bunch 6c KALE GREENS, home grown lb. 6c Reduced Summer Chick Prices NOW IN EFFECT CHICKS HATCHING TWICE EACH WEEK SUNSHINE HATCHERIES Mitchell Phone 32 ST ii i i teaaaataliUdlai af (His,".

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