David Beatty in Tipton

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David Beatty in Tipton
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fcich followed the •Ion. Bvnco waa enjoyed. : The Qtteen Esther'circle ot the Arcadia Methodist church will meet Wednesday night with Miss oan Klbler. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bardonner of Colombia City have'spent several days with relatives in and near Arcadia. Mr. and Mrs. Cordia Sfieloye are moving onto the farm of Mrs. lam Quear. of Arcadia, 'Recently vacated by' Oral West and family. Glen Druinm-resumed his work Monday with', the Dilling Candy Company of Indianapolis, after being off since Nor. 1. <when he was in' an automobile accident. The Woman's Foreign Missionary society of. the'Boxley M. E. church will 'meet'Thursday afternoon at the -Methodist parsonage n Arcadia, An interesting ' program .has »een arranged: for . the j- March meeting of the Parent-Teacher Association at -Arcadia, Tuesday evening. Starch 8, at the high school gym. .The principal speaker for the: evening will be Rer. R. Gday of Tipton, who is a fine speaker and .well 'known in this Community. . Mis? Vera Olive Wiles of Cicero •who is primary teacher in- the Arcadia school, has 'been' absent from school for several days on account of illness. .She is now in the Noblesyille hospital suffering from a bone injury which she received in., an automobile accident several months ago. The seniors of'the Arcadia high school [will give their play March 25th in the school gym. The play selected is "Mamma's Baby Boy.' The R. N. Bridge club of Ar cadia met Friday night with Mrs Mary Hughes. . It was a hard times party and' the guests were dressed accordingly. Mrs. Fred Clifford .received a prize for hei costume. Prizes for Ibridge were won .by Mrs. Joe Leeman, Mrs William Fisher and Mrs. MarK McGill. The hostess served c lainty lunch. Mrs. Letti'e llcGill visited Thursday near .Salem with he 3on, Mark McGill and family. The ! Indiana Review club o Arcadia met Thursday night witf- .Mrs. Juanita Overdorf. Mrs. Ca Wbisler. was assistant ' hostess Mrs. Bert George gave an inter istirig talk on the "Early Church -•s of'Indiana." Mrs. Stella Lewi Itt' ________ set my haMd said court at Tfptoo, bis 5th day of March; 9S8. '-- " . .," - . i--- -:'. Seal) JOHN A. MCNBAL, , 33-39-45 Clerk liscussed "The Early Indian.- Schools." Mrs. Ida Rode, ipresi lent, -conducted a short busines •session. A social hour followed vhich consisted of three contests yhich were.won by Mrs. Bell Ihockiiey, Mrs. Jesse Winders and \fi-s. Lettie McGill. Notice to Xon-Rcsidcnts. 'State' of Indiana, ' Tipton County. 'ohn B. Findling, Georgie Grac Findling vs. David Beatty, Da vid Beaty, David Baty, William T. Baty, et "al. In the; Tipton Circuit Court, January Term '938. Complaint No. 3319. . Now come the plaintiffs, b; ^leon Wade Mount, their attor iey, and file their complaint here 'n, together: with an affidavit tha be -defendants David .Beatty Oavid Beaty, David Baty .William r -.- Baty, Samuel J. Baty, Josep ~<enry, Baty, Anderson Baty. eph H. Beaty, Anderson Beaty "tovidi'S, Beaty, Joseph Beaty Viliiam T. Beaty, Samuel >aty»' Melissa Jane 'Baty, Wil fam F. Baty, Samuel Baty,' Me Issa J. Beaty, Joseph H. Baty Havid S.- Baty, Henry Moore Viliiam D. Whelen, William D •VJiaien, William D. Whallen Viliiam D'. Whalian, Armilda •^. Wbalen, Armilda E. Whalian ^levla Davis, the 'unknown spouse > each and all of the abov •amed defendants, whose name >re unknown, all female- defend \nts above named, now known b: •>tlier or different names, am "hose ; names are unknown, the •nknown heirs, devisees, lega °es, assigns, successors in in L eresU administrators, executors 'rustees, and personal represen "ativesi of each and all of the \bove named defendants, whose >'aines,*are unknown, all 'persons •1rms, ' or ' corporations claiming 'V, through or under any of the •hove named defendant^ whose lames are unknown, .it being the ntent and purpose of plaintiffs Herein to quiet their title af Kins he world, are not residents of •lie state of Indiana. This being •u , action to quiet title to the outhwest quarter of section ten ' 10),. township twenty.two (28) :iiiuj|v'irar-:(«.V'tMt. Tlp- >"oh qowirty; Inillana. excepting: fijrtjr (40J fcrcii off:« he . whole ewtaMi tnereor. Notice ;- &: : 'lhtfrefpre ; - : nereby n s^deliniSfthat nn Di NoUce to itate of Indiana. . • Hpton County, aa: 'ohaF. Barlow, Executor Estate of George W. McGee, vs. Simeon Cox, George Cox, Richard Cox, et al. In the Tipton Circuit Court, January Term, 1938, No. 3313. Comes now the plaintiff by C. W. Mount, his attorney, and flies its complaint and petition here- n, together with an affidavit hat the defendants, Catherine/ Cooper, Alta Jones, Ermil Davenport Keller, George Barlow, Cornelia Watkins, Joseph Melee, Sarah Cox, Josie Stillwell, Uadie Jordan, Elmer Jordan, Samuel Favors, Edward M. Sharp, William Jasper Franklin, Nathan Spalding, Moses Sample, Charlotte Syler, J. Wesley Wil- jurn, Charlott Snyder. William tiarrold, Samuel M. Pumphrey, S. B. Pumphrey, John W. Snow, Thomas C. Cochran. Lorinzo D. Wilson, Lorenzo D. Wilson, Mary B. Sharp, Elvira P. Sharp, William S. Sharp, Penelope Sharp. William Scott Sharp, Mary A: Pitzer, Andrew B. Pitzer, James Corn, the unknown spouse of each and all of the above named defendants whose names are unknown, the unknown heirs, legatees, devisees, assigns, grantees, trustees, administrators, executors, and successors - in interest of, each and all of the above named defendants, whose names are unknown, all oC the above named female defendants, who are Known by other or different names, all persons, firms or corporations claiming by, nnder and through the above named defendants, or any ot them, whose names are unknown, it being the intent of the plaintiff herein to quiet title and to take an ordsr of sale against the defendants herein mentioned, and against the world, are not residents of the State of .Indiana, this being" an action for the sale of real estate and to quiet title , thereto, said real estate being situated in 'and contiguous to the town of Sharpsville, Tipton County, Indiana. Notice is therefore hereby given said defendants that unless they be and appear in the Tipton Circuit Court on the 2nd day ot May, 1938. the same being the 25th judicial day |6f the April Term,, : 1938, of the Tipton Circuit Court, beginning on the 1st Monday of April, 1938, at the court house in Tiptou in said county and state and answer or- demur to said complaint and petition, the same will be determined and. heard in their absence. »• In .witness whereof, •! hereunto set my hand and affix the seal oC said court at'Tipton, Indiana, this 26th day of February, A. D. 1938. (Seal) JOHN A. McNEAL. 127-33-39 Clerk. UMd Track Tires LINEBACKS The Tyre ami Batri lien Farnace Coils Waste Fuel Replace Ton* Coil With • Self Actto. GAS WATER HEATER Public Service Go. of Ind. YOUNG ft MASON Suits and Furnishings 106 East Jefferson St. BLUE BEACOH A Coml WMh DON W. COFFW COAL Indiana 6x4 Egg 15.75 Per Ton ABSO-PUREIOEand r COAL COMPACT n •- •-I;S ••-.. ? THE TIPTON DAILY Ramsay &. 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  1. The Tipton Daily Tribune,
  2. 07 Mar 1938, Mon,
  3. Page 5

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