The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 21, 1930 · Page 2
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Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, March 21, 1930
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V *kfc fWfttr OJJli &&&& Sundciy in thb ChurcHed = -Bt Ma's embolic Charca. - (Rav. F. Jci. Biutoln.) 1 ,41V-Hsu At. '<:38 M. «... ( High mass at 10:30 a. m. •'' Devotion* at !:80 p. m. Devotional an<i Benediction at T:30 p. m. Sermon with let and 2nd mass. I grossly sinned against God. in i ljo wing down "before a gblden I calf to worship. - j | Who will be .found, on the I Lord's side next Lord's Day when I He calls for those who are on His I ' • • Christian Bcrioce Bcrrlcoi. ^ide to come and unite with His children in public worship, "while the devil is calling up to spend the day • in- utter disregard of I. God's law? . .| On which side will you be 211, No. Independence street. J • • " M~«.^ —^i,!' „, i».',r' lined up? Are you on the Lord's Morning service at 10:45. , j • • . • .'. _ , Ji. .,,. 'side? Then show .your colors— v Sunday school:for children sa»:l ' , , • V J , •„ _„ stand by the Lord and His «er 20 years at 8:30 a. m. i. . . „ • _ ' !• .. — - Church. Go to church some Testimonial meeting day at 7:45 p. n|. A reading roojh is open Wednesday from 2tc; 4 p. m. when; > _ . . , - , '.'- ' ' _fi „ > . ., i, <jome and a helpful service, the Bible and;, all v.authoriiea 1 , , ' . „ . : ,. . ! Bible school at 9:30 a. m. fol- Christian Science, literature may;,' ,„ . ,,. , • 'lowed by one our of worship in be read, borrow^ or purchased.> readiijg The pubhc is linvited to attend | ^ jon , prayer and sermon The B. Y. P. U. meets at 6:30 ' church. Wedne8 -j where. All who choose -to worship j ijvith us will find a hearty Wei­ ll, m. for devotional meeting and these 1 services and use the read- 1 lng room This society is; a branch of, thej^ ible s tudy and this is followed Mother Church. Che First Church! by t j, e re 'g U i ar evening worship of Christ, scientist, in Boston, | service. | j A very important business • meeting of the church is to 'lie I held Monday' night. Every, inern- i ber ought to be there. Mass. Kemp Methodist Church. (John C. White, Minister) j Our/ church school session for j ; . Kible study opej-is* promptly at j i !>: 30 o'clock," with good orchestral • music under th« ; direction of E. j | E. Mendenhall. [ Mrs. V. R. Ben-| | J der is the chorister. . y j, The morning \Vorship service.Is • : at 10:30 o 'clocljl. with sermon j ! subject "A Jlijility Salvation."! ! -The junior .cliiiiiidi meets at the j ! same hour wilh.ifliss Eva Vines in I charge. The yotaig people of the i Christian Endeaffor. and the Ep; worth League will have a debate I on a verv intere'iting topic. You i i. : will be interests*;. j The evening worship at 7:30 ! o'clock will consider the subject ; "The Hidden Talents." The church fiscal year closes | with March 31. ii Are we helping our church' officidils to have all re- i ports ready? Our "conference | meets the first diiy of April. "The life of Religion is to do good." •-,.•] West Street Cliristiaii Cliurclii Baptist [Church. (H\ R. Pearcy, Minister.) 9:30—Church School. 10:30—Juvenile Church. 10,:30—Worship and Sermon. 7:30 p. m.—Worship and Ser> nion:'"Christian 1 Policy in Ameri|ca. ' .. / Notes: Attendance: on our regular servicos is urged as usual. - . ,'' "' . Rev. Mark Ashley will preach at the morning service. Mr. Pearcy will be in the pul pit agaiu for.-the .evening, service. Xoiiiiandii Christian Church. (S. A. Gordc'n, Minister.) i "Who is on* ;lhe Lord's side? Let hjm come and stand by me," said Moses the Smaii of God, as i lie stood in the gate of the temple that day when "Israel had ' so (Rev. Mark Ashley, Pastor.) Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. . Preaching services at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. 1 Rev. Ashley and Rev. H. R. Pearcy of the West Street Christian church'at Tipton will exchange"" pulpits Sunday and Rev. Pearcy-, will preach at the' morn- services. Rev. Ashley' preach in";the evening. How Much WiUYoor Next Acckent Cost? Toa cut answer that question in wivmaee~ because there is no way af teViag low nach any necUeat auy eoEt yon. If. yea .hit aoaKone with yonr aataaMbOe aad iajare him the Jary any a war I hiai $10,900, S2MM ar aiore damages. "Aai yaa will hare to pay, even if it takea yoai; uvings, year mi all yea will I'rcsb.vtcriaii' Church. All services as usual next Suu- day. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Vespers at 5 o'clock.. Christian Endeavor at t ! o clock. ! I. • . " I Hopewell Presbjlcrian Cliurcli. 1 | " j. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. I i Evening worship at 7:30. Rcbckali Iiodge. Why ride all ! that whea an ATLAS PaUie\\ Liability aad JrVajarty Daange aatoaiobile ! paUey Till protect yaa First Nalianl la- svjaee Agency W«rae, Manager Opm.Hoise Block I At the regular meeting'Of Tipton Rebekah Lodc.e No. 502, on Thursday evening a^ the I. O. O. Fj. hall there was an unusually- large attendance of members. In tl^e friendly attendance contest, the Pinks are sttll in'the lead by several points, and they are beg lining to anticipate being entertained in royal fashion in a few weeks by the losing side. i During the business session, pe- I ti-lions for ^membership were-pre-, isented and candidates voted upon, and announcement was made-of initiatory work in two weeks, i Following the close of lodge j tl ere were entertainment fca- ! tires and refreshments were I served by the blues. PRAIRIE CENTER. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde .Orr -and eon Clayton of Kempton were: Sunday dinner guests of . Mi*. Alice Cline and Mrs. Emma Doty. Lora M. Vanbibher and eon ot Kokomo were Sunday afternoon guests of Lora VanBibber and" family. . ~ Mr. and Mrs. John St roup and daughters, Winifred and Joan of West Middleton were the Monday J guests iof Rod White and family. Mrs. White is improved. . Mr. and Mrs.-Earl Cooper and daughter, Annabelle of Frankfort were the-Sunday guests of Simon, and Abbie Ramseyer. , Mr. <and Mrs. Don Utterback, Mrs. Daisy Carter and son Everett of Tipton were Sunday guests of Mrs. Mollie Orr. Mr. and Mrs. Ermal Gritton and daughter Irene were Sunday afternoon guests of Ray Vawter and family of Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Mott were at Kokomo Tuesday afternoon and visited the' latter's mother, .Mrs. Emma. Christy at the Good Samaritan hospital. . Mrs. . Rebecca Carter, Taylor filler and family of Sharpsville. 'called on Delta Glenn and family Sunday afternoon. •Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulder were Sunday guests of John Thatcher and wife of Kokomo. .'• Mi\ and Mrs. Erne.5t Moulder were at Indianapolis Tuesday night. • • Bill Shope of.Kenipton, Frank Ragan and family of Russiaville were Sunday guests of Tom Ragan and family. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hughes and sous, Mi', and Mrs. Harry Plake and son, Mrs. Ivan Rayl and. son of Kokomo visited. Mr. aiid-:Mrst.Loreu Ma'ggart Wednesday night. ' j Mii=s Marguerite Terliune, who is staying at the • home pt Carl Stroup until school is out spent the week end with her parents near Sharpsville. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stroup and daughter, Doris and Gale Stroup of Sharpsville visited at the home of Olliver Stroup near > Scircle yille Monday night. Mrs. Mollie Orr is suffering- with rheumatism. Mr. 'and Mrs::'Ertnal Gritton and Mrs. John Ramseyer were Kokomo visitor's Tuesday. •Mr. and Mrs. Lewis New and children spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. New's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rutherford of Shelbyvillc. Mr. and. Mrs. John'Harold and Airs. -Mary v " Orem of Russiaville attended quarterly meeting at Mt. Olive church. Rev. W. L. Thompson of Marion was the .evangelist. Pearl Orr - were Mr. and Mrs. Kempton visitors Tuesday. afteiV Hollar Line Merger. Tribune want adBget reiulU. m New York, March 211—After several weeks of conference, in New York, R. Stanley Dollar, vice president of the Dollar Line, and Roger D. Lapham, president of the /American-Hawaiian i Line, have returned to the Pacific Coast leaving no definite information here but strengthening : reports that the two lines are about to merger. The Dollar Line is engaged in transpacific and round-the-world services, anid the American-Hawaiian is the pioneer intercoastal linej whose activity is traced back to pie-Canal days, when its' boats landed its cargo at the; Canal taoue, sent it.across the-peninsula by rail- and- then transported it up to the Coast cities.: . • : CHBISIIAN^CIIBNCB SERVICES 1 ; • "Mattar" to tha ^aabjaetl of tat Lnaoa<«an&an ia ^all ^ChnreResVoi Chriit, Sdaatiat, ba SaaaV. aUrcti' Among tba ettatiaaa which com" j JfEVADA-HQPKWEIi,. .Rev. and 'Mrs. N. V. Andrews and children; of .Tipton were Werf- neaday. evening -sapper guests of Mrs. Eli Spaulding-and daughter. ••j Mrs. ^Elva Koeper visited.-on Thursday afternoon - with her aunt,; Mrs. Anna Cage, of .Sharps' ville. •i -Mrs: Ina Bogue, of near Windfall, was the Thursday afternoon guest of Mrs. Edna'Bogue and sou Herbert Wayne.". Mrs. Efta Harper and daughter Mary Jane, of Kokomo", spent Mst week with the .former's, sister, Mirs. Lula Dewitt and family. ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lahdsea- del, Mr. and Mrs.(Dad.Houser and daughter 'Marie, of Tipton,' wera Monday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs.: Robert Koeper. • . . gavannah Barkley was the Saturday and Sunday guest of her sister Blanche-Barkley, of Plymouth.-..They also visited friends in South'Belhd. '• Mr^and^ Mrs:'Ellen Ellenbarger and baby,, of Kokomo, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellenbarger, of Center, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hender- ion and sons Philip and Billy and daughter Francis of Windfall, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Henderson, of Muncie, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hendjr- 3on and daughters Mary and Phyllis were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Huber Henderson and son Max, of. Gaston. Mr. and Mrs. George. Elson, Mrs. Alice • Garr, of Kokomo, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Rogers were Su.i- Jay dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bpgue. fAfternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Alva Hewitt ; ind children, of Kokomo.- Mr. and Mi's. J. IS. .Hawkins, of Sharpsville, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kinder,-of Marion, .Mrs. .Mr. and Mrs. J.,H. Pickett were Sunday evening guests of Mr.' and. Mrs. Joe Alley and daughters, of Windfall. , Mrs.-Eli Spaulding and daughter Lela visited with friends in Kokomo Saturday-afternoon.-' Mrs: Frank Bogue, Mrs. Ernest Bogue and son Herbert Wayne and Mrs. Ina Bogue visited witfr-relatives in Kokomo on Tuesday. MJLliERSBUKG. Mr: and Mrs. Walter O'verdorf of Ekin visited jMr. and. Mrs: Morton Albright Wednesday. Mr. and, Mr^. Thomas Lynch of Ekin visited Sunday afternoon with Albert Thurston and family. Miss Sarah Leach visited Monday afternoon at Arcadia with Miss Rena Justice. •Mr. and Mrs. George Lutz and grandson George Moody ' and Mrs. Janies Moody visited near Tipton Friday .evening with the former's son, Sylvester Lutz and family. They found Mr. Lutz suffering with rheumatism. He has a severe attack- of rheumatism each spring.' Their granddaughter Miss 'Vivian Lutz accompanied them home for a few'days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. James Cinders of Noblesville visited Wednesday with their aunt and uncle,' Mr. and Mrs.'Jacob Essig. . Miss Dorotha '. Thurston returned Sunday afternoon after spending the past week in Kokomo- with her sister, Mrs. Arz'ie iBelzer and family. ; John Bennett who has been seriously ill with leakage of the heart is. improving slowly. He irf James | now able to do soine light work. Shields, Mrs.' Nellie Henderson! . Alva Stokes who is ailing with and IDelcio Shields were Sunday! complications of diseases has to afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs.;. ue taken to tIle Uoctol . three tlniea a week. His condition is about family near Lester Warner and Windfall. Joe Beatty, of Greentown, Mrs. Theodore Davis and daughter Su sie, Mr. and Mrs.'Lawrence Shra- tier and family, of Kokomo, wfere iinner guests Sunday of Howard Hannah and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bog.ue were the dinner guests Sunday of the tormer's. 'brother, Mr. and Mrs, Lee Bogue and family, north of•Windfall. i.-'Mr:-and Mrs. Lewis Rogers and sons were Sunday dinner guests', of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lee, near Sharpsville. Mr. and Mrs. Culver Pr'cesang. o'f Windfall, Thelma Henderson, of Kokomo, and Mrs. Francis Pr'cesang • were Sunday dinner suests of, Mr. and Mrs.. Jasper Henderson. : Mr. and .Mrs: Dallas Bogue. of Tipton, . were Sunday evening guests of the former's parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Sam Bogue. Misses Venetta Loveless and Viola Wiggins, of Kokomo, were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Jane Barkley and son Theodore. The Helpful-Hint club met at the home of Mrs. Lou Hawkins on Thursday afternoon, with eighteen members and three visitors present. The afternoon was spent m contests, music and a social way. Refreshments were' served m keeping with St: Patrick's day. The next meeting will be April 10, with Mrs. Koral Dark. Mrs. Jane Barkley. spent Saturday with her son,- Mr. and Mrs.'l Harry Barkley. and son of Kokomo. ••• I Mrs. Eli Spaulding and daughter Lela were Thursday afternoon guests of Mrs. Leora Spaulding, south, of "Sharpsville Mrs. Anna Henderson, Frank and Frieda .Cage were Tuesday ovening guests ot Mr. and Mi's. WW. Shields, of Kokomo. Wllfic Rode, of Tipton, Fred Bogue,' ot Windfall, and Robert Koeper motored to Niles, Mich., Sunday night to consult- with an ,eye specialist; Jay.- McCarty. and. x -Theodore Barkley: - spent Saturday in , Gat v-eston v on business. •< *- , Aiidrew Bogne .made a business trip, to Chicago Tuesday night. A HBniber . ,ofP. relatives;;and friends gathered "at the. hoirie of Mr: .and'Mrs. -William Pickett to day ^anniversary. -A- pitch-lnj dln : '| the same. Betty Thurston small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thurston has been sick the past week with cold complications. "Ilia June : Martz, the small daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martz of Arcadia spent Saturday with Miss Margaret Albright. •Mr. and Mrs. Andy Nance called oil'Mr. and Mrs. John Flanna-. gaii north,'of Arcadia .Saturday evening. They found Mr. Flannagan able to sit up and converse with them. He has been very ill withHieart trouble. Mrs. Kina Essig is staying with them and assisting Mrs., Flannagan with the work. 1 E><erett It run ton accompanied Mrs. Effie Yojuig to near Nevada Saturday evening where she -went to visit with her sister, whoso death is expected any time. Mrs Young had been here the past two weeks nursing her daughter, Mrs. Everett Huffman and new babv. • Everett Startznian and John Jacquear of Arcadia, called on the former's aunt,- Mrs. George Basey and husband Thursday evening.. Mr. and Mrs. George Basey and Mrs. Andv Nance attended services at the Atlanta Wesleyan church Tuesday evening. Everett La lib ot Arcadia and Miss Ethel Brenton and mother motored to Kokomo Sunday eve ning where they remained nntii- Monday then went to Gary for a few days'-visit with Mr. and Mrs, John Brenton and two children. Lbyd Wilson of Westficld, preached here Sunday, evening. Mrs. -Oscar Zeltersburg and daughters of west of Atlanta air;, tended servicers here Sunda> ove- niug. • • • - • Mrs. . Wjlliam Huffman and children visited Wednesday with. Mrs. W.olfred Donaldson and family •• of -Arcadia. . ; Walter Xeach and two sons of near Omega • visited • Sunday evening^ with the former's parents,. Mr. and Mrsj • John- ~ Loach and family , 7he'Misses Sarah 'and Elsie; Leach visited Tuesday with their, brother, ~WaU£r. L'each and family <kf ifaea£ Omega. |n the after-;, noon"cSa"rih'- r andJMks Rona Jus- ; tlce and^a^nez-Hodson of Arca^. dlatTislteif-witii^ MIssvLora Nance ALMOST MODELTFTf. Chic:igo Is Xot a Bad City—Just Hasa Bad Xaine. Chicago, March 21.—What attitude a city should- adopt m treating the ^crime problem is a matter of real local-concern. ' Most American municipalities are pictured as-speaking in whis-| pers when it comes to criminal-1 ity withm their borders, while j Chicago, on the' other hand hasi used a" megaphone to let the world iu oil its' underworld gossip. As a result-, hotels report that thousands of visitors are staying away from this city out of fear. They say that it is is not at all unusual to get requests from.per­ sons of prominence in their home towns, asking for police escorts to accompany the ^family on its Chicago visit. " Yet homicide records show that • i i Chicago in truth is safer than; thirty-three other larger Ameri-; can cities. In fact, less' than half] as many killings occur here iiri * "i proportion to population- as ac-; cur in Memphis, '.-' Birmingham, Atlanta, Jacksonville, Florida:, or; Lexington, Kentucky, • ^Kansas '• City and Cincinnati have almost; twice as many killings proportionally, while Detroit has one and one-half times as many, arid. St. Louis arid Cleveland' almost as many .homicides. ; Since this campaign ' started; there is evident on the 'port of one of the leadings local newspapers a tendency to play down—to minimize crime. Others have not, joined in the procession, _ I J n L • Chicago is setting about the husi-: ness of-growing away frtim'hcrj reputation'"rather seriously. • 1 March 21st. The K-C -Motor Company was. building a new home on East- Jefferson street just west of the Tipton. Ice Cream Company-building,, \ - -.* # * Henry Speekbaugh returned to work at the J. P.- Smith Lumber Company after being off duty several months on account of having lost several fingers in a planer. * ' * * * Charles H. Warne announced himself as a candidate for the nomination for Clerk on the Democrat ticket. -*'***' ' Mrs. Frank Grimme and children residing near Jackson were •advised of the death of the grandfather Allen Blake, . Civil War veteran, at Indianapolis. * *. * Members of the missionary society of the Kemp M. E. church' Hobbs to attend.a meeting held in the Methodist church at that place. *;*'*• Churchille Barr,. (stationed at Ft. Chillicothe, was here on a furlough visiting relatives and friends. * * * • Surveyors were at work making a survey of. the street east and west through Arcadia for the purpose of paving. Brake icaity Farter Gradaate of Kahmaow Aeaatoay | Call IS for Apaatacawac Second Floor. Maaoaie : In Mi'iuoi -iam. MANY GETTING. (Continued From Pago 1.) visory board; tihester'Powell, W. '• \. Haines, G. W. .'Wilki'ns and' Charles C. I-Iorton, who desire the' nominations i'or precinct committeemen, and Otto Breitweiser and I George Hartley; who desire the' nomination as members of the- county coumcil. '.. , ' i John Stafford, Republican, lias; filed fpr'the noinination as con-;, stable- of Cicero township, and] Charles Fields; .Republican, hasi filed'for couiinitlcenui'n from Pre-j :inct 4, Cicero. In loving memory of our deur l'.inl lier. who. dfpartod this life limv year ago. .March 21, 192'J. When flic shades ot'. night are falliii:.-. And. we're silling all alotnc. To .our heiirts there comes a loiig- iliK, It we could see yon OIILO again, And our heart:; an: sad with pain. Oh,-the world would l «5 u heaven. U" we could hear your voice again. Yoii wore a. crown of patience. As von lingered on and on,' .'And the hands that rest forever Are' the hands that, made our home. Mother., you are gone, but not - forgotten, Never shall your memory' fade. The sweetest thoughts shall ever . . . linger, -. Round the grave where you are .'•-laid.-. "< Sadly missed by your daughter. I'KARLE CASK STEVENS. SUFFERING OF 12 YEARS ENDED | BY NEW K0NJ0LA intense Distress Frorr. Stom. ach- and Kidney Troubles Completely Conquered by> lou 11(1 New Medicine. LOCAL PARTIES. (Continued From Page 1.) hospitals at Louisville, nu the theory that . the Tipton man might have been taken suddenly ill or was in an accident which caused him to be iu a hospital. Until their return no' details will be known, to a certainty, but tnends are pc.-itive the body is nut that of the missing man. •Tribune want ads get results. Political Announcements. The'Tribune, from now uh-. til the date of the • primary election, will carry political announcements in this column: payment tor the sanie must be made in advance. j For <"ounty Clerk. | I hcrebv announce myself as a! ;panc)idatc tor the nomination for ; clerk ot the Tipton circuit coiiTt, | subjoct to the decision . of the ^•Democratic voters at the prinutry election to be held May «. l'CiO. '• ;,-'•' ' l'AKKEIt DUNHAM.' / ItUtSt ETHEL .lOHNSO.N. "-Three allmeuts-caused rue ni-i tense dlBtress^it-all times." said| Mrs.'Ethel Johuson, 11. F. D., No. |. 4, Box/,330,; Indiunapoli^. ; "They j wore • stomuch,. liver. and> kidney ,[• trouble. Since I -have -been relieved so wonderfully; by Kanjola, r hate to think about all the suf-" faring V. -wciit' ; -through.;;j; -Meals:; were;no pleasure, food jieverdir: digested .right -ami always brought'; in •'sBtn ^sort of'misery;-;. My:.back 2 ; ichod .dreadfully andoiitiroly-toOj;: frfequent action of the liludder didh vot only, tatke', place during <the' 5 nlghtrbUt'in dayitipie^os well was'-discouraged;:- wflrn-oUt ''.ana;'- fun-do wn;>? a ndf- hftd rjomo *i to .-.j^h «5 point^WhoTo^^realJyvdid not car>,l .wl^alealii^oC.^^.%: .y£.'r ^'&'i«<Sl * " 'WaAsed«BO*K Wlfh^ 1 oiiL w?#**~a[ linie K^MJoj^ Ar l''or Trustee. I licrebv aiinoiince myself as a candidate for the nomination for trustee of -Cicero township, subject to the decision of the Democrat voters at the priinury" election to be heid Tuesday May G> 1930. .•'•'".. RIX L. HASKETT. placer •montlft for IfMdtr Phone 55. BUKKMABT Jk t'O M. HAAS it SMS ' GOOD CLOTHES FOR MSN AMD BOYS Dr. E, E. Hfcfcs Chiropractor . Office Over Blue Froat Corner Jefferson and Mala. Phone 64. Tiptca. W. A. Pumphrey, D. C. CHIBOPKACTOU Office Over Foster Jewelry Store. Phone 254. Tipton, Ind. Hog Houses aid Brooder Hoises Ready for Yei J. P. SMITH Lumber €•• Phone 72. M. & N. SHOE STOKE Nothing Over $4.96 COURTESY OCR MOTTO Insurance of AH Kinds Life — Aato — Accident Protection far Whatever Your Personal <>r Bnsfaesn Needs May Be. LEE F. GEJTFTH INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 57. Suits to Measure PURVIS STORE LOANS «25 to WOO—Yoar Own Occur fty— Quick and CbaAaVatial Peoples Loan & Credit Co. Km. 4, Masonic Bfdg. N. Main. See— YOUNG & MASON . Suits and Furnishings 6 East JefferMm St. RADIO SERVICE Wo 'Go Anywhere — Aarhil Work—Full liiao Accessories McJunkin Radio Shop Phone 20X7.' Our — "T" fc if'' , fra'aiiiMJt In Arriving—%,'oaar aaal Urn The CHARIJBf TOUCH Tailor aid afam'e Aop 109 NoHit

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