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16 Dec 1932, p 7, Col 7, 8 - 2AG£ gave seTefal reading* which Were enjoyed...
2AG£ gave seTefal reading* which Were enjoyed by alii! Ray Carter and son Bobbie have been sick i with 1 ; fid;.:complications at the bome'of; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carter but are: Improving. .. • C.lurld ' Campbell, and- family were Sunday Quests of Wendle Smith and family of East Union. There'was a large crowd present present at the .parent-teachers meet.- Mrs. Lloyd Lieurance, Mr. and Mrs 1 .. Charles Carter, Mr. an* Mrs. Vane Learning, Mr. and Mrs. £loy<J Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John Button, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Qdie, Evelyn Evelyn Smith, Albert Shater, Mr. and Mrs. Harve Hiatt, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Trout,-Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Foulke an* daughter Helen, Mr. and Mrs. John Weer, Dr. and Mrs. Roy' Fisher, Mr., and Mrs. >g Wednesday, night. The pro-j John RldTe and Rev . Graham and gram given was .as follows; Test-!-everal others. ,ing soil for'acid and phosphate oy | Cnj-istian Church. !J. B.Oyler's'boys; Mrs. Effie; (R , L Logan> pastar , Stein gave a very interesting tilk;; Sundav gchool> 9 . 30; Bermou on the. geography of the< Holy: 10:3C; {- p ^ 6:00; Even i ns •Land; the school sang Christmas j serv j ce J.QQ ca ™' 8 ' • i Notwithstanding the storm; . The Sun-nine g!rls of ;the Gold -r smith high s"honl a^d'their sp^n-l- sor. Miss Gertrude Hyrhes. wl-h to.thank the parents, and friends of the community, who responded go beautifully to' the call for clpth- : j n g to use in welfare work. The / -ociety is distributine these un-' the direction of Trustee O. D. Weed and the'Methodist minister; Kempton. " j' Andrew Bi'by entertained Sn.ri-' .'.ri ^nearf riib;>. Jtr. and Mr". Jin-,, -awley'of Tipton and Mr. and Werner:. ARCADIA. •"ather conditions of last Sunday nd. also much. sic'xness prevail- 152-.wire in Sunday school, :id 9. at morning worship. . ' At:ihe opending exercises of .the Sunday school next Sunday Dec. V'th a fine "pre -Christma3" pro.- • ram of son^s ana original read- ,'.ngs-will be given by the two j '"Vons' ,j —Avonne Hall and La- yenne Lansolf. These two talented- . - :> in ladies*entertain thouja"nT13" Vv.Jn.sday afternoon Uroadi»v^t- casting from station WHBU at.An-^ derson and this 15 minutes ys^n gram will ring with Chrishfra's - cheer. Hear them. A class tor every age and a welcome to all. LlS^d—Barnett visited near No-' blesville Tuesday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Late DeVaney. • Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mosbaugh Mosbaugh and family of east of Cicero Cicero were. Sunday dinner guests of Mr- and«Mrs. Roy Sigo. , Mrs!'; Raymond Shaffer, daughter daughter Mary and Mrs. Lloyd Lieur- an.ee.were. - Noblesville visitors Tuesday '[afternoon. Miss Minnie Whisler who has been ill for several days with.cold complications and" who is still bedfast bedfast is slightly improved.- Mr. and Mrs: Glen Gunning and family were -Tipton visitors Saturday Saturday afternoon. Little Miriam Gunning Gunning remained here with her "randparents Mr. and Mrs. 'E. P. Whisman^ Mr. and .Mrs.'Gerald." Hannah and family who have been living in the Fred Anderson property on North Olive street for the past ihree years moved Monday to the •Walter Goff property across the 'treet.'Mr. and Mrs. Goff have one to North . Liberty to spend *he winter with, relatives. -Mrs! Otie Myers,. Mr. and Mrs. AVal'.ace Myers and two sons and Miss Lavetta Sheets spent Monday in Indianapolis. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Olvio Myers. Mr. Myers Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate on Decree. 'as becn^i 1 .! for the p?.st week hi' -s li~hth- better Monday. Miss Nina T-ishop who has 'jean i|)endin; the winter in Indianapo- •lis with her sister Mrs. Emmett Orr is spending several days at her home here: Miss Roberta Michaels of Noblesville Noblesville was the Tuesday dinner -uests of Mr. and Mrs. Curt Maker. Maker. • ' Thememliers of the Lions Club and their W I VDS an? sevsral quests \ye?e entertained at! a su psr Tues day' evening at the Salem Methodist, Methodist, church. The BUltown Quartet Quartet of WiUiamsijort was present and gave several .numbers an 1 "oadings were given by' Misses 'anelle Thomas and Lucille Mun- 'ell. Talks wer.e given by Rev. rsh^m. Dr. Roy Fisher and others.-. others.-. The remainder of the evanlnT —as spent'In a general good time. •The guests-and members present were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hiatt, Mr.-and'Mrs. Burier, Mr. and Mrs. William Odle of Noblesville, Mr. • nd Mrs. E. S.' Sowers^ Mr. anJ Mrs. Ralmond Shaffer, Mr. land Notice is "hereby given that bs2 virtue" and authority oi a decree to me directed trom the Clerk .of the Tip.on Circuit Court, ahdrji levy made thereunder, in a'<!ans9 therein pending wherein theiFar- mers State Bank of Hobbs, '{pttV- aila,. was plaintiff, and.'-.OnU West, Garnet West, Guy E. West and Mary West were defendants, being cause No. 2112 in; court, requiring me to make the sum; of ?489.05, with - interest,, costs and accruing costs, I JycHj expose at public sale to the highest highest bidder on Saturday, December December 31st, 1932, between th ^hoftA of 10 o'clock a. m., and 4 d 'clock p. m., at the door of the c,ourt house in the City of Tipton,- Indiana, Indiana, Tipton : County,>the rents and profits for I a term not exceeding exceeding seven years of the ^following' ^following' described real estate* towit: towit: • . Lot. three (3), four (4V attd five (5) in block two (27"' 'ib Maines Addition to the town of ; Hobbs, Tipton County, Indianav If su"h rents' aril promts ^wtil not sell for a sum «uffl-ient to satisfy sa'd decree, interest a&d '•osts. I will, at the same • ime «td place expose at publi" sale to the highest bidder, j he fee simp'e of 'aid rea,l estate, a- so ;m«c )i thereof as ^avi b Q ne'e^sarv ft) d' e,v b3rjjA «ptn ! Hp «r**e.- . i^ter^st '.prt rnst 1 :, lsa' rt f o rh4'4e wi h "U' "rv r "''pf t-v->" *r -i) V.,. .-T^.,,-. ^ . r..--'.-nrp'.' TTIO t5T " ~" . -.1^ • -.-r^ v *. * - rio'o-' Hrt. •• . *o-»-"» JK g .-T- n .-TViT Sh-^ft' Sh-^ft' r intii Cn -t- InHJatdi CL^ON WADE: MOl'^T. Pl^ffi- VY VCITI _ II-E FKJM Siz T O ! V t' ii -iTh \V.» d Ii <T to you- ftm*i , f*«*- " ur ]>r'- es are Invest and ur [ -a- ty is the b^st. . , MA:T T: E C:. ! Hnrtford' City, Ind. DR L. E. A" DRES VETERINARIAN Office—129 Office—129 |Court Street Phone 689 Res. Phone 8183.

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  2. 16 Dec 1932, Fri,
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