The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 10, 1930 · Page 3
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Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, May 10, 1930
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TIPTON Tipton Circuit Court Officers , G.' \V. j Mount, Judge. A. IV. Bolton. State's Attorney. Jesse Dcvault, Sheriff. Irvin Miller, Clerk of Court. R. P. Riice, Court Bailiff Jessie F: Grore, Reporter TIPTON COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION J. P. KEMP. President FRANK B. RUSSELL,, Sec'y. A. W. BOLTON, Attorney Suite 35, Citizens National Bank" Bldg. Phone 613 •A Kemp, Kemp & Russell Lawyers Citizens National Bank Bldg. Phone 23 J. F. PYKE, Attorney Citizens National Bank Bldg. Phones: Oflirc, 2C0; Res.,j2335. TIPTON COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY E. B. Mosier, M. D., President. C. H. Warnje, M. D., Vice-Pies, ir. 13. Grishnw, M. I)., Sec'y.-Treas J. V. CARTER, M. D. I i Phones; 6KG and 1376 H. E. GRISHAW, M. D. Phones: oiflioc, 14-1; Res., 1363 130 X. Main St. f Go To Upon Our and Our Schools THE TIPTON BiJliT TWBinni r : DR. G. H.WARNE jphones: Office, 87; Res.. 1507 108 West Jefferson St. SUNDAY AMONG Tfl| Lesson Material—Matthew 20:2»; 21:46. Lesson VI-^MaV 11—JESUS ACCLAIMED AS KING Golden Text: Hosanna to the son of David; blessed is he that cometli in the name of the - Lord; Hosanna in the highest,—Matthew, 21:9. - f I : 0. W. COLLINS, Dentist 141 N. Main, Ground Floor. X-RAY : Phone 305 Automobile Insurance Full Coverage Policy at Low Cost STATE AUTO INS. AGENCY Phone 62 or 2486 TOM MOUNT, Agent Auto Parts for All Kinds of Cars—Truck Line Phone 23 |s08 E. Jefferson J. J. KESSLER FRESH CUT FLOWERS and POTTED PLANTS BUNT BEY'S GREENHOUSE Phone 430 _ Central Service Shoe Repairing. Rilz" Block 126 N. Main St. A. MARSCHKE We Buy, Sell and Exchange Farms and City Property FOSTER & HANCOCK K. Jefferson St. Phone 132. french Steam Dye Works Cleaners, and Dyers On Day Service 127 N. MaiiTSt. Phone 546 FRANK L. MOBLEY TIPTON BAPTIST Kev. S. A. Gordon Church School 9:30 Morning Worship : W.,,, Evening Worship B. T. P. V C:30 Prayer Wednesday '• j .7-.30 Superintendent Ira C. Jtelson CHRISTIAN SCIENCE "First Reader Ora Imils Sunt-. School . Florence Finley Church School 3:30 Morning . Worship Testimonial Wednesday 7:45 Heading room open Wednesdays 2 to 4 P. M. DISCIPLES Rev. II. R. Pearcy Church School 9:30 Morning Worship :.. 10:30 Juvenile Worship 30:30 Evening Worship 7:30 C. E. Vespers .-. 5:30 Superintendent ...... Charles Warne HOLINESS Rev. Lee Goins Church School 9:30 Morning Worship :10:::0 Evening Worship 7:30 Prayer Thursday 7:30 Superintendent Susie Sharp EMANUEL LUTHERAN Rev. Theodore Schwan Church School 9:30 Morning Worship '. 10:30 Walther League second Wtdnosday In each month. Supt ". Phillip Schweitzer . METHODIST.KEMP Rev. John C. Whit». Church School :. 9:30 Morning Worship 10:30 Junior Church 10:30 JSpworth League 6:30 Evening Worship 7:30 Superintendent ....... J. O. Thomas CHURCH OF NAZARENE. Rev. Marie Cecil. Church School • - 9:30 Superintendent C. - A. Hoover Morning Worship 10:30 Evening Worship .....7:30 Praver Meeting Wednesday 7:30 PRESBYTERIAN Rev. N. V. Andrews Church School . J 9:30 Morning Worship! ..10:40 Vespers Evening 5:00 Superintendent Mrs. Chas. Tompkins ST. JOHNS Rev. F. Joseph' Bilstein Low Mass A. M. .. 7:30 High Mass A. M ....10:30 Devotion P. M ....2:3(1 Devotional and benediction P. M 7!.10 Sermon with first and second mass. WESLEYAN Rev. S. C. Kinnison Church School 9:30 Morning Worship 10:30 Evening Worship ">'•'•'•" WILDCAT TOWNSHIP BAPTIST—SALEM Rev. Ralph Little Church School 9:30 Morning Worship 10:^0 Evening Worship :. 7:0'i Preaching and worship 2nd and 4th Sunday FRIENDS—HAZEL DELL Rev. James Carter Church school 10:00 Morning - Worship. -..11:00 Evening Worship • 7:00 Preaching anil, worship 2nd and 4th Sundays. ,' MADISON TOWNSHIP UNION CHAPEL DISCIPLES Church school 10:00 No preaching Superintendent .. D. B. Witham NEW LANCASTER DISCIPLES Rev. J. C. Lralte Church School - 9:30 Morning'Worship 10:30 Superintendent ... Mrs. J. C. Drake LIBERTY TOWNSHIP BAPTIST—ROCK PRAIRIE ; : Rev. Thos. Wood i ill Church School .....J 9:30 Evening Worship \ i 7:lu 1st and 3rd Sunday. BRETHREN Rev. .Alva Hewitt Church School: '. .!.,>. 9:30 Evening Worship!..! 7:30 1st and. 3rd Sunday. EAST HOPEWELL PRESBYTERIAN Rev. N. VJ Andrews ! ; 1 1 Church School i ..... L .! 9:p0 Ivening Worship! ..L.......J 7:00 iuperlntendent; ..i.Ja^nes L .1 Romack KEMPTON PAOI TBBXB —rr. J ATLANTA Try Home Store First! Everything Up to Date for General Store •• Phone 32 C. P ESSIG R. B. SHAFFER Furniture and Funeral Director Phone 43 or 04 HOBBS-CURTISVILLE DISCIPLES i Rev. Harper I McCune Church School! ..j. ; ,? : ?° Morning Worship! ..L . -.'. • • Evening Worship !. .|........J. •<£•> ; Preaching and worsnip alternating between the two ^places. j j. i PRAIRIE TOWNSHIP BAPTIST AT LIBERTY Rev. J. Franklin Arthur Church school 10:00 Morning Worship 11:00 Evening Worship "•' Praver each ; Thursday 8:00 PRAIRIEVflLLE DISCIPLES Church school ..10:00 Morning Worship ...11:00 Evening Worship 7:30 Preaching and worship 2nd and 4th Sundays. MOUNT OLIVE WESLEYAN .Rev. P. Bodehorn Church school 10:00 Morning Worship 11:00 Evening Worship 7- Preaching and worship 2nd an«! 4th Sundays. MOUNT LEBANON FRIENDS Rev. A.' H. Sherrill Church School . •. 9:43 Morning Worship 11:00 Evening Worship 7:00 Preaching and worship 2nd and 4th Sundays. CHURCH SCHOOL REPORT Superintendent John R. Adams BETHEL BAPTIST _ Rev. Richards and Elder Blair Preaching and worship" at 10:30 a. m. 4th Saturday and Sunday In each month. Preachers alternating. HOBBS-AROHA METHODIST 1 Rev. E. A'. Bunner 1 Church School Morning Worship Evening Worship . •Preaching and worship alternating between the two places. j HOBBS j j Superintendent .... .|. J. M.! Wllburn • AROMA j . • , | Superintendent [.... .Aaron Jonou i DISCIPLES : Rev. Floyd .McMurray. Church School .. 9:30 Morning Worship 10:30 i Evening Worship •• ... . : -7:l:-. Supt.1 ...:/ AY. H. Amos : - / . ' • •• i METHODIST . j : Rev. Arlington .Singer • Church Sichool ?::'..../.... 9:30 Morning Worship, ........'10:30 Evening Worship ..... J......... 1:15 Preaching and worship every other Sunday, plternatjng with. Scircleville Supt. .........-/.......J..3. *B. Oyler FRIENDS* j : I Rev. John Newby Church school ........i........ Morning iWorship' Evening Worship . PILGRIM HOLINESS Rev. M. M. Mullins Church School Morning jWorship :'.. -...... Evening iWorsnip -Prayer each Thursday evenmg .10:00 .11:00 .' 7:15 .9:30 .10:45 . 7 :00 . 7:36 . 9:30 .10:30 7:1 ATLANTA DISCIPLES Rev. H. Austin Smith Church School '• Morning Worship Evening Worship Endeavor . 9:30 .10:45 . 6:30 CICERO TOWNSHIP HENSON MONUMENT COMPANY MEMORIAL ARTS 201 East Jefferson Phones: Office, 197; Res., 3475 Local and Long Distance Hauling Building Material Phones: Office, 511; Rcs .r 1105 211 East Jefferson St. WM. JAQUA & SONS (he Folore 11 ffiwWe /nk >you\ 7Cnow%urWhM\ 1. "Gan any. good thing come out ot NazaTeth?" Who.asked it? 2. What living creatures were taken into the ark by Noah? 3J What is the origin of the phrase, "Nothing new under, the sun?" 4. How long was a "Sabbath day's journey?" 5. Who was the mother of Ishmael? 1. Nathaniel; John 1:46. 2. His wife, his three sons-and their wives, and a male and-a female of every other living creature. . 3. Ecclesiastes I >l.:9. 4. Two thousand (cubits, or a little moTe than half a mile. 5. Hagar; Genesis 16:15. j WINDFALL < BAPTIST Rev. H. IT. Elmore Church School '.... 9:30 Morning Worship 10:30 Evening "Worship Each alternate, also each 5th Sunday METHODIST Rev. It. L. Wilson Church School '.. 9:30 Morning Worshi]> lo:::o Evening Worship Epworth Ijeaguo 'i:0ti Superintendent Guy Crouch ' DISCIPLES Rev. L. R. Gray Church Sc" ool 9:30 Morning Worship 10:30 Evening Worship 7:00 Endeavor *»: 15 Superintendent Frank D. Hohhs CHRIS- ...10:00 ...11:00 ... 5:00 7:00 SANDBANK-NEW HOPE TIAN Rev. R. G. Slfred Sandbank Church school Morning Worship Endeavor Evening Worship Preaching and Endeavor 1st f.nd j 3rd Sundays. NEW HOPE Church School . 9:30 Morning Worship .10:30 I Evening Woiship 7:15 i 2nd and 4th Sundays. Supt. Oscar Hoover METHODIST Rev. L. Ulmer Church School Morning Worship Evening Wlorship; Young People. ... Junior league Prayer meeting each.Thursday Superintendent .. 1 .. 9i30 ..10S30 .. 7i00 ..6:1b ...7:0(1 .7i00 M. A. Steckel WESLEYAN .... .. Rev. Robert Kendall Church School - ;9:30 Morning Worship .1 W'r,, Evening Worship ...............I'!: 011 Worship and preaching 1st and; 3rd Sundays. j j GOLDSMITH-HOPEWELL METHODIST Rev. C. E. I>unlap ' Church School ..s. .......... 9:30 Morning ,Worship .....10:30 Evening Worship 7:30 Preaching and worship- every other Sunday alternating morning, and evening with .the two places GOLDSMITH Superintendent .-.Pelt Wilson NORMANDA CURNUTT GARAGE . and Service Station . Auto Accessories,' Tires, Oils Phone 10 ' Oral Curnutt A. B. COCHRAN & SON Home of Good Lumber • Tipton Atlanta Arcadia Phone 70 Phone 84 Phone 21 SMITH i & BUTTON Succesors to E. O. Smith Hardware and Implements Phone 44 ARCADIA RIEBELING'S Groceries, Meats, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Phone 49-B. ARCADIA. FORD PRODUCTS Phone 107. Higbee Car & Tractor Co A. B. COCHRAN & SON Building Material, Coal. Paint, Fencing, Cement and Milhvork Phone 21 E. E. SOWERS, Manager IDEAL CAFE Good Eats All the Time Superb Coffee ARCADIA, INT). Let us clean and overhaul your typewriter; price reasonable; free use of typewriter while yours is in workshop. Tribune Press. ; DISCIPLES / i Rev. Mark -Ashley.-. Church School Morning; Worship •- 7:™ i Evening Wtorahip ••••:••••••--••- 7 ; t0 ^ 1 Preaching and worship 2nd and 4tn Sundays! ' FAVdRITE RECIPES j OF A FAMOUS CHEF; PICKARD ARCADIA TETERSBURG DISCIPLES Rev. John Cunningham Chur.-h 'School 9:30 Morning Worship ..: 10;.3O Evening Worship ; 7Vt" Prcacliing and worship 2nd and 4th Snmlavs ' y • SHARPSVILLE METHODIST Rev. Ralph Waldo Graham Church School 9:30 Morning Worship , ...10:30 Evening Worship 7:00 Epworth League 0:1:> Prayer meeting each Thursday -.7:00 Superintendent Ray Hutto NEVADA METHODIST Rev. Leonard Wright . Church School 9:30 Morning Worship \WM Evening Worship : 7:30 Alternating morning and evening _with Center ' . 9:30 10:30 .... 7:30 BRETHREN Rev. I. Wike Church School ... Morning Worship Evening Worship DISCIPLES Rev. R. B. Givens Church School :'. ?:30 Morning Worship v ...10:30 Evening Worship ^7:00 Superintendent .Carl Overdorf LUTHERAN Rev. M. Ill Ix>heck_ Church School .... .1 Morning Worship . . METHODIST .. 9:30 . .10:30 Rev. E. E. Ct'iurch School .. Morning Worship Junior Meeting . Evening Worship Supt. Prayer meeting Thursday. 7 p. m Lutes .. 9:30 ..10:30 .:;2:00 -l"^!. ... C. 6. Bishoi) OMEGA DISCIPLES Rev. J. C. Drake Church School i Morning Worship j Evening Worship .. 9:45 ..ll!:0ii ..7:30 "'CHIIIB .. u.^ll<|> • Fred Leeman,. Sunday School Supt. CHURCH OF GOD. . ! K. M. L. Coffman Church jSchool t -.-• -j-•••••• • • Morning! worsnip<.... .J-. - - lui: > Second and Fourth Sundays. . Evening! Worship . r .-r.„ j.v..- ITKIN-SHJLOH METHODIST Rev. Lamoine Wright Church School Morning; Worship •',:::,, Evening: Worship ..-• • • • • •'•""•"„,ViiV •P-eachlng and worship alternating each 9unday at both places. HAMILTON COUNTY . ALBRIGHT EVANGELICAL : Rev. (B. A. Earhart Church School 9:30 Morning AVorship .. '..........10:3n Evening Worship '.....7:30 Prayer each Wednesday night. Preaching and worship alternating morning and evening each Lor:l's Day with Bethlehem. Superintendent ......Warren Tantis EAST UNION DISCIPLES ' Rev. W. M. Bacon Church School Morning Worship ..................1« : ^ Evening Worship, ...•_.•••g: 00 ^^eaclilhg' morning and' evening al- ternatlng with New LiBbon. - •• Phares' Jewelry Shop Watches and Diamonds Repair Work 13» North Main St. CITY GARAGE COLEMAN & COX, Props. . Cor. Jefferson and East Repair, Storage, • Greasing and - Washing—iM-Hour Service ! •* Phone 92 She Leaves College p I to Probe Juungles | ROLLER SKATING Tuesdny, Friday Nigtlis and Sunday Afternoons. DANCING Every Sunday Night SAND ISLAND PARK TIPTON PRODUCE CO. Cash Buyers of Poultry, Eggs, Hides, Wool and Fur . in Season Phone 600. .125 S. West St. Tipton Chevrolet Co. Sales, Service and Accessories Phone ,801 214 E. Jefferson TIPTON HATCHERY "They Bring In the Dividends" ; Phone 51 OTTO TRITTSCHUH i, Bteyde lie.ither Shop, and Electrical Snpplles Phone" 08.:•' lit- W.: Jefferaon. i TT •i V "J 1 ' « WHITE SPOT GATE GOOD EATS Special 8>-»dM]r; >. West SMe RALPH ZIMMERMAN Auto Painting and Top ', Repair . : | 238 East Jefferson St. | POWER WASHING j AUTOMOBIIiES—#1.00 Phone Z I M ME WIN 378 . ' RM AN Groceries,^ Dry Goods, Rubber Boots, Overshoes Phone 181 J.G. CARTER GOLDSMITH IS. M, COTTQN, M. D. Office Honrs, 1 to 8 and 7- to 8 p. M.-—Sunday by Ap- ; j pointment. BOLINGER BROS.; \ \ Whippet Agency, |.|. Auto Accessories, Battery Sales ; and Service, General Repair and Welding. :"-{:' THOS. DE4N & SON Pkch-ltned Biirial 'Vaults Permanent protection |j Guaranteed. MEATS and GROO EveiTthligin Always Pure »J).YUKpi , VetOTinarian - PlMMat Oate»84; IU*. 1 iBAlligVILUB DR; W. L. HUGHES VETERINARIAN Always at Your Service .Phone 04'. '; KEMPTON ! AUBLE HARDWABE ^ Tto Silore'of Block «^ S^rtlee I. ^C. Impleronti, Croaley ''"- Radios, DnPoat Pafirt »j:^:". '' "Vi- First "and - Von'P. • - K ; '. see'-V« . 'Luntbsr Oaf." tart*, Co* I 11 i~ r " „ *~ : .(Maw, II Refc. »T. Li 1 ^^^^MototiSalas Co. mMtikm — PONTIAC - : FAVORITE RECIPES OF A FAMOUS CHEF Roger Cretaux ' As Told to Anne Baker By ROGER CRETAUX, Chef, ; The Roosevelt, New York City j Escalloped Beef Creole —Fry in \ three tablespoons drippings, until brown, two tablespoons finely chopped green peppers and one- half cup finely chopped onion.. Add •iwo'cups tomatoes, one tablespoon sugar, one third teaspoon w h o 1 e clove's and allspice,' and a piece of whole mace. Fry until fairly dry. stirring const a-n.tljv. Pour in two cups of water to which ''as been added one table-; spoon Worcestershire saiice. Dnst with one-half teaspoon salt, and one- halt teaspoon pepper. Cook slowly for ten minutes. Thenadd two tablespoons flour which has been mixed with a little cold water. Cook five minute.j. Remove from fire and riib through a strainer. Add two tablespoons ' chopped parsley and pour over thin.'slices of left-over beef which have been placed, in a glass baking dish. Bake in a hot oven for about ten minutes. •. A'-n d a I u s t a n Drescing For Romairie, Endive or Plain Lettuce —Mix together, in a bowl one-half teaspoon mustard, one-half teaspoon salt, one tcaj.ioon sugar, one- eighth teaspoon paprika, one tablespoon lemon juice,' one teaspoon Worcestershire sauce, one table- spuuu tomato ketchup, one. tablespoon .t:old \va;cr, and -live table- spu:>ns salad oil. Beat thoroughly with a fork -and serve on the greens. Roger Cretaux As Told to Anne Baker By ROGER CRETAUX, Chef, The Rcomvslt, New York City Savory Brussels Sprouts—Cook •one nuar: of BniL'seis sprouts in salted water until tender, i Drain thoroughly, place in a hot dish and pour over them a sauce which ia nisr's as follows. Mix together one teaspoon mustard, three - fourths teaspoon s a lit, one teaspoon ius a r. o n e- fourth tea sponn paprika. , one weH - beaten egg. one- half cup vinegar and two tab 'iisi <:jony salad oil. Caok in a double boiler until .tho mixture thickens. Then add one tablespoon melted butter, one-half teaspoon curry pawnor, one teaspoon iriinced parsley, and (mcMialf tc::jpirm grated onion. R-jit thoruugiily and pour ovpr the sprouts while both the spr .suis an;l the sauce arc still hot. Tor.ialo Rarebit—Heat one pint ot canned tomatoes and add one . teaspoon salt, one teaspoon sugar, one tablespoon chopped onion, one- eighth teaspoon popper, and a dash of cayenne, i Ke-sp the tomatoes bubbling over the fire, adding grad-' ually one-half pannd of cheese cut into small pieces. Stir constantly until the chcecc has melted and the mixture is smooth. Then add one teaspoon buttsr and one wall- beaten c%::. I.tirring all the while. Remove, from the lire and serve immediately on slices of hot, buttered toast. v We Have Just Received a New Stock of ' £5 < 1 W adds" Portable Typewriters • iMyiryMgh school stadent sfionld • We btlitw-the Uno^nwod i«.o«eof^he

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