The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 4, 1935 · Page 7
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Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, April 4, 1935
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McBntee north,,of Harney and vife. • and Mra. Frank Rnasejl Bus>her, Lester Forkner " of •Hpton-.were Sunday i evening visitors of John Alley ana family. and Mrs:- Harold Lee. ?IGHTVNG DIDN'T "/OUR SUNDAY Teuu Vou THAT IF Afce STRUCK orj ONC YOU SHOULP THE- QTerVcHevc William F. Riley of Indianapo- Helen. Ramsey enterta lis 'was the Monday night gueet of members of the Sunshin of Atlanta high school HIT'MB ON NOSE —AN 1 ONLY 6-OT Qh)E NOSE home Wednesday Mrs. Aubrey Wann of Nobles- about 40 present. ville visited the past week with The Atlanta Sunshine M. C, Marshall and family. Chris- was entertained fty : the Gept io fee Jn K W» ' NOZE wf an 1 it topher 'Parr who has been with society Tuesday Marshall for some- time marshmallow and wiener ; companied' Mrs. • Wann home 'for the park. Later they .'wwSfr an indefinite visit* school house whpre . bunco . Mrs James Riley and children Winners -were Anna; of Indianapolis is dicott, Mary Riebeling and and. Mrs. John Stotler and . Mr. and Mrs. Casper Riley. Mrs. Anna Marshall, TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOE SAIiE OR TRADE REAL ESTATE 'FOR SALE—40 acres, S'miles of Tipton; $2,750; 500 cash; good house, barn; plenty out buildings, fruit; possession. L. W. Fuller. c-157 FOR SALE,, TRADE OR RENT —Johu Martin property in Atlanta; reasonable. Mrs. L. O. Searfoss. 134 W. Kibby Street, Lima, Ohio. c-157 FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phono 55. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf FOR SALE OR TRADE — Remington typewriter. No. \'l. in good condition. The Tribune Press. if FOR SALE—Used Doo-All tractor; Oliver 3-bottom 14-inch tractor plow; Oliver 2-bottom tractor plow; used Fordson tractor parts. Phone 33XS, Tipton. . c-tf FOR RENT FOR SALE—Rolltop desk, swivel chair. Delia Roode. c-157 FOR SALE—Stark Brothers trees and shrubbery. Albert Gall, Route 4, Tipton. p-159 FOR SALE:—Oats. Mary .J Shockley. ""Phone Kempton. c-157 FOR SALE—75'bushels seed oats. Phone 14D7. Dick Groves, c-157 Phone 2258. c-159 FOR SALE—Barn. •!•> -C NEW 1335 WALL PAPER, Sc a double roll, at Rexall WallPa- per Department. tf IMFORTAXT—Order chicks in ailvamv. Hntch each ' Jton. Heavies SV.-fa per 100; Is7.1'5 IICT 500; .57.00 per 1,000. Liiricl • type M'liite Leghorns Su.'.'j per 100; Jfi.75 per 500; JG.SH per 1,01)0. Few started chicks.' Huos'.ur Hatchery: MithiEan- town, Ind . . . • FOR SALE — Used parts for all cars; .Model A parts; used 21- inch tires. Kimpel Wrecking Yard, Tipton. p-167 FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the cheapest for farmer or pouHrynian; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-if FOR SALE—New Remington No. S noiseless typewriter, shopworn, regular price $79.50, sale price 561.50 cash." Tribune Press. • . li Good Used Cars REDUCED IN PRICE To Fit Your Pocketbook- Priced From $50 Up Factory Rebuilt Maytag Ford Truck With. Rack New -Delco Batteries . $4,95 Exchange Service Motor Co. Buick — Olds — I'ontiac CMC Tracks — Frigidoires FOR RENT — 5-rooin modern house, 325 North Main, $12. C. V. Craft. c-tf MARCUS-DE-ELMONT 17n77. 4-i year-old sorrel Belgian, ilax tailj arid mam 1 .-will inaki: the seasonj with. i'.iy PeTcheron, Doi-kj 1S9SS5, at my farm just west of j Prairie school in Tipum cuiin-j ty; both horses bettor than ton j horses; I am n graduate from j the Graham Scientific Brcedi'ii;: ( School. therefore !>U1 of UIL-J barrenness in mares can be j eliminated. Season, $15.UO ti- insure. 1'lioue Kemplon. Ei'-' ; .ward Shuck. p-15S ; RELIEF 10 GO Several Factors Are Combining to Force These Exp%ditures Up. CASH GIFTS. I IH-lc S;iii> Has 5((7,022 Siiu-c 1802. $1,- LOST AND POUND. TAKEN VI'—Male hog. Claude r.etherford. Route 2, Tipton. SURVEY BEING MAD! MONEY TO LOAN FOR RENT—2 furnished rooms. 522 N. Conde Street. Phone 48. C-1D7 FOR RENT — Modern heated rooms as low as 53 per week Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. t' WANTED FARM LOANS—Reasonable rati-i Fielding & Fielding. 1'I.AX IIISTKH'T >5i;r.i'. <r.y I'nii' •! IMvs.-O. . v: Yin K. April' 1. i i ..steady <! pii'tin.'i (.'I' )inn\; ! In-Ill liy miiimi- rl;!."-!! mi:I I'liiiiilii':--. i!i-; .April 4.—Grateful citizens have poured 31,576,02-.' into the Federal Treasury since 1SG2 in voluntary,contributions ranging from, 5963,391 I to 50 cents. . ' j This sum, which doesn't include I receipts of the "Conscience I Fund." will be swelled to near i the $2.000,000 mark when' the | $250.000 bequeathed by the late Oliver Wendell Holmes, former Supreme Cnurt Justice, is paid. Treasury officials said their records—which KO back only to 1SIJ2—list only nine years in T ii e : which no pifts or bequests to the i.-j-vvs, floiifral Fund were received. :-m|m>.r«l; Since 1920, when $20.000 was i\t CWA' n-ri'ivi-rt. the leaders show: 1030, CRAZED FARMER, Killed HI* Wife, Shot at .His Bon . . and Then Killed Himself. ;' I ' ~ ' • (By tlniteil Press). •Farmirigtob, 111., April 4.— : A middle-aged farmer shot and killed his wife today, routed' his sqn from! his house with a hail of pistol bullets, then turned the gun oh himself and committed suicide, i • ; i Adam j Jurlcic, 55, suddenly abandoned his morning chores, and snatched up a gun and fired at his wife who fell wounded. • * mortally Dot-tors l)iM-iiss r«i siuu ti> lit- Hi-lil Here May -U. WANTED—To buy feeding shouts. R. E. Findling. .Windfall. c-lfiJ WANTED—Small house with garden; rent assured. Box F, Tribune. c-159 WANTED—Curtains to wash and stretch; no pin marks. ' Phiuii; •4255. c-159 WANTED—^Girl. Palace Cafe. c-laS Physicians who are the Tipton County Medical and Dental-Society of the county, lu-ldi "•'''" a meeting Wednesday ni;:ht and ,-'-•• discussed plans for the Fifth J>is- " : : trlct Medical Society meeting n)i"f ' I ; . be held here May 22. The moetiner will be held at tlu-j" mi Elks Home with a banquet fur. 1 -^ 1 " 11 , members and their wivos and;"- 1 ' 1 '-' I . T|. ] lady friends in the oveninc and •' large number of visiting will be hero with their Mrs. II. E. Grishaw was >. •.unlie:-. (.-:-i»'|> I'uilmv.s ami may brinu -t!i • nation's j ii was indical'. i! tddiiy in a i'nii'. :I ol'' IV- ;•'.•* silrvcy <>!' -I Ii! Mail s. Relief exp, miiuuj'.'.s m' llui:'-- 1 •ii:4 sni'VYi-d api»V<ixi:i::'.i.-l -' : -.- :::i;i;-:p:.ti'd l-''li>|i' nvi-tls in 1'-•> thnsi- slat' 1 -.:, ihl li.L'iir-- in::v i> In ;-ipp-.-:>N:i:ia'.t'!!y c I.:"<>"."""•In-fore Ih-.- me] i)i" l!i:!5. TI. i Kites \v< ••[- ::uu!e bv I'L-li: i' ri"- 3], XI.67S; 103-2 S-i.365: 193-1. doctor.-!.' 11111 '' 1 - v ' iu ,' The Holmes Iicquost is the sec- i olid Inr.^est on record. The largest • reflected the principle and interest :in ?i)50.(Mid in. sovornment , bonds, which a Newark, X. J.. • niun turned ir. to be cancelled •in !S;s:i. ! fn JfilS. a Cincinnati niun ! willed tin 1 Treasury 525,000 "to ci- 1m applied and added to the fund for the extinguishment Of the ijiji- dt-Ut i-reated by the war now bound j lug waged against this country WANTED—^Garden plowing; work euaranteed. Ira O. Baden. Phone 3536. p-l'Ji . named WANTED—Boy. Palace Cafe. c-159 chairman of the commit tee to plan tho i-nU-rtaiiinic-iil for the ladies. Wives of other Tipton cniin- t\- physicians will form the ciiin- mittee. 'fci; J-'V''-'- 1 '.. < : -l':j I"' 1 . 1 '':. U ( -l>'>p--ij Ijy. ! wiio will be forced'to join tiio al-j •. -Azj -army Colonel.- turned bark l$n.l^l in retirement; ~ay he had ! rrrc-ivi-d. while a World War vt-t- , emit donated $.SO—a government r-'auy nve f-Kliniati -.1 \<i Ktat'.':-. d ri:li» f li:i 11.TH5.UOO AM. Al.OXK. ; allowance for his parents dnrins solf tourna-! WANTED—Overstuffed furniturn, rugs of all kinds, cleaned ami renewed; oriental rugs and tapestries a speciality; all -work guaranteed. Phone 3490. c-159 In the mnrninp: a ment will be provided for the vis-! I the war—to be applied i the national debt. ; I'l-inrcss l!:«i-!;.-<i-a Has Xii I'hi.v- inatcs at KCIIU Itetreat. CLERKS — Women, 18-50, who wish to qualify at once for a SI 05 a month government position. Economic Research Un- reau. Write llox 101, care of Tribune. p-157 MISCELLANEOUS WALL PAPER CLEANING — George Riley. Phone 1473. c-157 Used Car Bargains '29 Plymouth Coach '30 Chevrolet Coach. A. H. Hinfon • • •'' *,, • ' < and Plympnth ' ' ' ' CHARLES BARCHMAN — Furniture repairing, upholstering and slip .covers; corner of -South and West streets. p-153 WALL PAPER CLEANING by ex• pert; SOc room up. Phone 16S. • c-ISS Uors, at the Elwood Country Cluli, with noon luncheon at the; ' • 11>- !*ni:i «i I club. The liumiuct and businc.--:;, U..JH... Nt-v., April session will be held in Tipton. the| j> ;11 i, ;l r;: .Mdiiani. j heir;.-.--a latter at the Elks Home. One civer." Ohioan v, - as nn He sent in ?75 against "Indian to the TOO FRIGHTENED. ' \Voninu Failed to Follow Lover. in. Suicide Leap. Her ^Ey JTJnltcil Press). Boston, April -I. — • Fulfilling his part: of a. suicide pact, a man tentatively identified -as Harry B. ' Van ; Allen, 40, plunged to death today from a 12th story hotel window. He left i ; the room a hysterical woman. describing herself as Miss Bea Bryan, 29, who watched his fatal leap, and, frightened, failed to follow him. WINDFALL. Din'trcm-i- of Opinion Over lo thul i ; Jive and ; ten-rent piccc-s ' Ci'caled, had no 0)11 to p!:iy with! tdday ill tliu ITi-rojim modern cus- lik-. - v/liich ii her Jieno rc.iidcnc;.-. j \\iu-j lieiii;- liiid nuui>j car.didatc-s p'.-ivili:i;e of; tscurting; tlin ' Woolworth heires I .: *• * t ai eiress aro Treasury in 1919. but ei?;Iit years later askrd its return. Baying lie then needed the money. He was informed he couldn't Ret it without an Act of Congress. Incidentally. Treasury officials i have refused all requests—includ- ! ins a Ronsrossman's—for names of pjist donors. They explained und the IM (if but. differences developed today be-! tween house and senate versions; of legislation to take- the ijroiit.-ii out of war. • the diviih-e i-apitul, alil'iiiruilily would liavn lli:!ll.: Of tliui.l. i She had a visitor for a brei lime yesterday—the sin e SIM- j rrival — v.-hr-n ijiinniv '_ ; that thc-y are afraid lawyers might i dig up heirs now in need, and try I to pfcr.suade congress to return the gifts. Kude Funeral. The house, after rejecting the. 2 3-ywir-oId sodalStu actor, ca'.l'.-J ] Funeral servicos tor . Wenzcil Nye senate munitions committee |,, n ] lur I Kudo, sun of .Mr. iuul Mrs. Angus of Reno cxpuctc;! | L Hude, northwest of Eki«, whpsa .-mill 1 » v.-fcek or more! death uc:-urred at the Methodist possibly late today or tomorrow. Jj, u t j le j c f t as siifidenly as he ar-' luispital in Indianapolis .Wednos-r bill by a vote of 25S to 71, rushud! r.esidents the McHwain bill toward a vote, 'jjiakc-Ii' In r< Sponsors of the Nye proposal, i j-jvod. boarded a plant- boiind for | day evening, will IIH conduct,c however, refused to ijive titi hope i California, last iiiglit. and on for house acceptance. j report, was suquoslurini; himself jthe The Mcawain bill would em-i somewlierc in Kan Francisco on i -^1- .^,: j Saturday nioriiinglnt 10 o'clock at Hills Baptist; church. . Revj 3. Bpargnr, pastor of this OLD HICKORY floor enamel, four shades, wears like hickory, CDc quart. Rexall Drug Store. it I power the I'rc-bident to in. prices i his way Iiui-k In liollywond and | '•linrcb, will bu in ,: charge... ar.d 'in time of war and auiiiome him i the company of Mary Carlisle, j burial will be in the Libert* cemjv AIR CONDITIONING — Today's big. opportunity; plumbing and heating men must know it; new,, upto-the-miiiuto course will' help you enter this field; free booklet. International Correspondence Schools, Jack Cunningham, Representative, 1D34 S. Adams St., Marion, Ind. ' C-1G9 Miss (Georgia Miller, teacher in .the Chicago schools is spending the spring vacation with her fa- Irijn-JWiller. Mr. and'.MrV. John' Meeks entertained over' 'the week end, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Meeks of Newcastle,. -JC.' W. Meeks of Cambridge City, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Sanders of Kokomo. ' Sffss; Ellen AlcNew entertained the members of the Four Square class of the Christian Bible school at an I April Fool party Monday evening with Mrs. Paul "Weltzell as co-hostess. Mrs. Blanche Butner is the leacher of the class. The devotional period was in charge of Mrs. Wetzel. The usual rotine of business was conducted after which J the remainder of the evening was i spent in playing .lotto and contests. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Ross Patterson arid Mrs. .Mark j Patterson. A delicious luncheon was served by the hostesses, j Favors were Easter Eggs. The May meeting will be held at the hcjihe of Mrs, J. E. .Donson. Mr.l and Mrs. John' Meeks ,a very plad over -the word that their little granddaughter Joellen MeeksJ. daughter of Mr. and .Mrsi Earl .Meeks of Tipton who ;lias been seriously ill with, pneumonia is now improving nicely. Mr. Blythe of the Indian^. C tral business college at polis, was a guest of the Atlant senior class Tuesday. I ', The senior class play. ."£ and Daffy," will be presented, urday night in the school and torium at Atlanta. Mrs. R. C. Hunter is confix to her bed by illness, the natur of which has not been fully nosed by her physician.. He has ;; ordered her to bed for the' s nBl|r.' treatment. Notice of Sale. to commandeer factories, maler- j motion picture actress lal resources and man power needed In wartime. The Nye bill OUAEANTBKD USED OAKS FOB SALE 1934 Plymouth sedan lontii sedan ^iiBfc poiich coupe tpojape Ulakcly's. visilj and olhi.-r reports unleashed :i flood of rumors (proposed an excess ]irofit war tax which Epnkcsmon !for the -pooj[ j little* rL-h sirl," here to divorce her prince; denied emphatically. Iutcry. ! The to lake uway surplus wartime. <?•«> I-'ARM Bl'REAL" SllitTIXU. With Speaker From Hdite purtnteiit Krldiiy Xi Thc monthly meeting of the Cicero township Farm Bureau will be held at the Farm Bureau hall Friday night and all members are anticipating an entertaining and instructive meeting. C. J. Richman of Tipton, .was at •Indianapolis Thursday and will sepure a member of ( the state Farm Bureau staff,lor the address of thp evenjng. If none are available Mr. HIcbman will give a talk to the members. An invitation is extended to those interest- J ' ' TKAIX Truck > lotru (Hy Unit SiiiusIiL-il lut a tntioit. 0 J'l-i-ssV TifBn, la., April' 4.—A douhle- engincd freight pain laden • wit!i tractors, corn aiJd .other merchandise-, jumped this .track on the main Rock: .Island line today,; crashing ii^Lo an 1 demolishing th'j! station. : x Damage was e 000. ' Sixteen .c Bud were dcniolJlahe'd timatcd at-?lo;0,-i rs left the raila; the body will He in state, at. home until thft hour, of the services, and friends arc welcome to cull. •; i .. ,. •!' Etlielyn' Bryan, little daughter f Mr. and Mrs. John Bryan is confined to her home with' tha .measles. : - • I'M of Why not awardi each woman some man's wayes without the formality of marriage and j' ' CURTISVILLB. Miss Rheta Patton of . Elwodd was Ihe week end-guest of Rayj- mond Robinson and family. : i bna Wann were business visitors at Marion Thursday. Elmer Hook -and family moved to Elwood Saturday where he has employment. Mrs. Geneva Cook returned to her home Saturday after a week's visit at Point Isabel with Lawrence Nash and family. Wesley Sheedy and wife of Frankton were Sunday guests of George Sheedy and wife. Mrs. Josephine Frazee and Mrs. Nolia Armstrong spent Saturday at Tipton with Ray Mitchell and family and attended the musical festival. jMr. and .Mrs. Ralph Harney and daughter Joy, Jesse and Freddie Holt and Mrs. Lila Perry were called to, Richmond Thursday evening by the death of a brother Sam Holt, and also a brother of Mrs. Harney. " : Mrs. Deana Day and daughter Helen and Patty Heaton all of Elwood we're Sunday- visitors of John Alley and family. Misses Hettie and Hester Shipley and Mrs. Peach Henderson were Tuesday guests of Frank Brown and wife. ' , Marshall Kinder of Muncie and Miss DeLores Lineberry of Elwood were the. week end guests of Clde Kinder and wife. Miss Gladys Shook was the Friday night guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butner. . Mrs. Zethel Hancher, and Garth Day were the Sunday dinner guests of Marlon Paaswaiter and wife. • Mrs. Ray Mitchell of Tipton spent Friday here with her mother. "Mrs.' Josephine Fraiee' 1 arid <ihildren. John Gladden and wife of Ot- ter.bein were Sunday visitors of John Alley and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gilliam and son Francis Dimmick and Mr. and | THE T Tp TO >f DAILY TRIBTJNHl--'*^ Mrs. William Morris of Elwood' * -«-««»* were visitors Sunday afternoon of James Shetterley and wife. Mrs. Lila Perry spent Monday and Tuesday at Elwood with John Ramey and family. Harry Parr and family were business visitors at Gas City and Marion Saturday. ; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Patton of Elwood visited at Lafayette Sunday with Mrs. Taylor. Mrs. Josephine Frazee had as her Sunday guests, Robert Frazee and wife of Tipton, Hobart Frazee and wife of Converse and Ray Mitchell and family of Tipton. Notice is hereby given that tl City of Tipton, Indiana, and t) Electric Light and Water Cpi pany of said City of Tipton, w; offer for sale to the highest '" der on the 9th day 1935, the following described : sonal property, to-"wit: v One Ames Uniflpw Steam EnWjj gine, 500 H. P., connected 1 dltee'fe'T- ly with General Electric A.. C..;' Generator, 360 K. W. Two Stirling Water Tube ers, '350 H. P. each, 150 IbsV sure, including header line,- ii&rir ducing valves, blow-off valves, all'> : steam and water lines connecting ;f . boiler feed pumps, heater : andf-. Ames Engine; also ' . Smoke'Stack, 104x5% feet.: V One Dean Boiler Feed Pump., One Gardner Boiler Feed Pumfr One Water Heater tor Boilers One Force Draft Fan. •"; '": Said property will be sold ii bulk or in parcels as may be found''ft/- to the best advantage, for not ' " ~ than the appraised value and pursuant to a resolution ;ofT the Common Council of the City d of Tipton, Indiana, and ap'praisal >.V made by appraisers-appointed, by^ 01- the Tipton Circuit Court, " said' '); equipment being sold as it: now-/' stands, the buyer to assume all . expense of dismantling and re^ ; .-.-:•- moval. Right to .reject any "faff "'" all .bids reserved; ""' '" -'-''••''' Dated this 1st day of April,, 193JR W. A. COMPTON, Mayor; BESSE B. BEYERSDORFEB^ : Clerk-Treasurer, City of Tipton, Indiana. 156-57-58-B9 ;- ARCADIA. - Mrs. George Graf, Mrs. Graf and' John an~d Miss Belle Dale Clara Gr£f of Sharpsvllle 'wev Fridf y evening guests of -'Mr; a Mrs. John Alley. • • . < -... Mi it. JMpllie A very. and spji Mauiy tit!Gary were spending the ^j. «. ' . U . • ' '.>&«. . m^li£±>^~' •' 'I !-. .here f wlth Sladden moved; hia to Otterbein ransferred by the .Stan-! CompBjljf. | d- eaerick ,;;M inontl}.: Mrt Mrs. Eugene 'Overdorf spent Friday and Saturday in Indianapolis aa the 'guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle York. :' Frank 'Meister, driver of the milk truck for' Mrs. Pauline Morehead, is confined to his home with the measles. • . - • . George Knapp and Frank Hope, Jr., spent -Saturday in Indianapolis -as the' guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dorris Knapp: • . • j • - : '. Miss Jean iGroves was the Saturday evening supper guest of •Miss Fayola Gullkey in' Nobles- vilie.. -.'. T I Mr. and Mrs/ Bert Rbiyan of In- dianapo'lis, .were dinner guests on Entered as Second Class Matter the Postoffice, Tipton, Ind. ' Ramsay & O'Banion, Propsj';.;?* Established Oct. 4, 1835. One year, fn state Six months. In state Three months. One month, in. state One month, outside state One year, outside state Rv In *»ltv. n«»r irp See— , • ,;' YOUNG & MASON Suits and Furnisliiiiga i 106 East Jefferson Stt Sunday of Mrp. Xaleria wood. Rev. M. H. Lobeck Marion Monday with Mrs; Judith visits ed in Lprenze, WhO'iSfaipaMent in tie.' hospital there. Mrs 1 Lorenzo, who ia ,8S' yeart of , a^e, had been Spending several months with her Radio Repairs LINEBACKS BLUE BEAD01 A Omd With : Heating; Don W. ; Erie .Street daughter, .Mri. 'Frank Raqyet; ana she fell • ajidj broke •. her . 'hip last tCl^n*. :-~i"~. •.'••' i •'' "'. ' i : '' .'•!••' See the New ' Electric Ref H. J. SOHEADER, V^^^^^^

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