The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 6, 1935 · Page 5
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•:>3S^Y.^-*K '.i. ? »-;•'. ••"" '• '*X'-Jv'T : !> ; "' : ' : V"''' -"J^ 1 ^ : *. :VN . .^M^ISI?*; 'COT (KMON. Notice is therefaw? sierved. j.Mjfldayj evening said defendants, •:"aH*= guests at the'' Duncan home were Mr and -Mrs. Albert iteTSTHt, Noah pear in the Tipton Cl . and family and gtand- on the 15th day of I KA/OW / Cuz MV daughtcr. WJnifrea Gilmore, and Buel Nash and fainily. Notice of Sale;. Notice is hereby given that the City of Tfpton, Indiana, and the Electric Light and Water Company of said City of Tipton, will offer for sale- to the highest bidder on the 9th day jot April, 1935. the following described per- TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE OR TRADE REAL ESTATE ton SALE—S-room house, toilet and bath, garage, corner lot: lias $600 school fund; trade equity for 4-room house, clear. L. W. Fuller. c-159 TOR SAL!-'—200 aero, near Cicero; G-room house, good barn, silo, double cribs, cattle barn, ^-ood fencing: $13.500. A. .L. Overman, Cicero, Telephone 549. l'- 1GO FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TRADE — Remington typewriter. No. 12, in good condition. The Tribune Press. tf FOR SALE—Full-blooded fox terrier puppies. David Carter, Sharpsville. p-15!l FOR SALE—Stark Hrothers trees and shrubbery. Albert Gall. Route I. Tiploii. p-159 FOR SALE—Complete lunchroom equipment; best season now for lunch and gasoline; well established business; bargain if sold at once. Bunch's Lunch's. p-lGO FOR SALE— N T 0w electric and two used console battery set radios: music accessories; photography our speciality. Mcndenhall's Studio. c-160 FOR SALE — Two Jersey cows, calves by side; ex^ra good. Guy Smith, Atlanta. c-161 FOU SALIC—Barn. Phone 225S. c-159 NEW l'j:;r> WALL PAPER, Sc a double roll, at Re.xall AVall Paper Department. tf KTAN'T- <II-I!.T chicks .!v;ii!i-. . Hatch c.u-ll II. avi. s 57. !."< per 100; \<-r :.'"': *7.»0 per l.nim. tyi',- White I.,i>Klluriis jur !'">: ?".". IHT r.iid: ,,, ;- i. few starteil Iloo.-ur ll:iteliery. Michijjun- In.l FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the cheapest, for farmer or poultry man; a few started thicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf 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 " 1 FOR RENT FOR RENT—Good 4-room house. Phone 242G. c-161 FOR RENT — 7-ruoiii semi-modern house; one 4-room house. E. A. Foster. c-tf FOR RENT — :~>-room modern house, :>2f. North Main, ?12. C. V. Craft. c-tf FOR RENT — Modern heated rooms as low as $3 per week Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. t' FOR EALE — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 55. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf FOR SALE — Concrete grave., mason .sand, delivered anywhere. Ezra Overdorf, Phone 13GR, Arcadia. p-S-M-Tu-173 FOR SALE—New Remington No. S noiseless typewriter, shopworn, regular price $79.50, sale price 5 G 1.5.0 cash. Tribune Press. t£ FOR RENT—Light housekeeping rooms, 23S North Independence WANTED—Boy. WANT&I)—Two nished rooms keeping. ;ANTED method. housecleaning. y. Palace Cafe. c-159 o or three iinfur- s for light house- hone 3410. c-160 Curtains; Nu-Way mitson's Laundry. c-lGl >iiings to do; also g. Phone 2241. c-lGO U.ANEOUS VOTED TO STRIKE. (joudyr.-ir Tire & Rubber ("o. Eni- jtjoyc.s Cast Ballots. i Akron, t>., April! 6. — Organized labor at the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company has voted almost unanimously to strike, it was announced here tpday by 'E. E. White. United Rubber Workers Council secretary. j N'inety per cent jot ballots cast in the strike vote of the Goodyear i,w.-ii ™f n>o Amprii'iin Federation Aubrey Estle, Ola Cottingham Minnie Ramp of Greentown. ; Frank Pugb and family vi at Marion Sunday with Pugh's aunt. i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee, and Mrs. Howard Lee of 1 mount, 3Irs. 'Mabel Morgan Children. Of Kokomo, Cash T iind family of Prairie, Mr. Mrs. Howard Uraphreys, Ge A. Wooldrige of Sharpsville Basil Orr and family were Su dinner guests of Mr. and William Conner. CHA.RLES BARCHMAN — Furni-j of Labor rubber workers were in ture repairing, upholstering and | favor of an immediate walkout, slip covers; corner of South j Newspaper Confiscated. and West streets. p-159 OLD HICKORY floor enamel, four shades, wears like 'hickory, GDc quart. Rcxall Drug Store. tf Danzig, April .«.—Police today j confiscated copies 'f>t three news- I papers for publishing a statement I by the dismissed president of tha AIH CONDITIONING — Today's! Danzig senate in connection with bis opportunity; plumbing and heating men must know it; new,, , upto-thc-minute course will help you enter this field; free booklet. International Correspondence Schools. .lark Cunningham, Representative, l!i:.!l S. Adams St., Marion, Ind. • Mrs. Fair- George Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Shields of Kokomo were the Tuesday even- rng supper guests.. of Mrs. Delia Cage and daughter Freda. Mr. and Mrs. Tunis Henderson were the Sunday dinner guests of Howard Hannah and family of Sharpsville. Afternoon guests were Virgil Davis and Bus Conaway of Windfall and Mr. and Mrs. Jule Stuini of Marion. Mr. and Mrs. John Idlewine of Gretntown were the.Sunday dinner guests oC Walter Blessing and family. . ., . .. Mrs. Nell McNew and daughter, Fndav morning, April :>, tlio .... • i . .- .. , . who have been visiting her sister Dramatic Club pnlsented the fol-( , = , _ current agitation over Nazi activity in Danzig. The former president is a strong Nazi. WINDFALL SCHOOL NOTES. Mrs. Ethel Foster, Mrs. S. M. Cotton an'dj Mrs. Morrow, with Mrs. L. D. Summers as narrator, and Mrs. Ruby Smith, piano accompanist. Gene Morrow and Donna Jean Van-Bibber sang a duet, "O Dear, What Can the Matter Be With Japan"; Martha Jean Patterson gave a vocal solo, "Japan Love Song," and Mary Elizabeth Smith gave several piano solos. After the program the guests were invited to the dining room, and- were served Japanese tea with varigated Craft sandwiches, cookies, and mints. Favors of Japanese umbrellas were given to the. guests. Mrs. Charley Kinder.and Mrs. Cotton presided at the tea- table. • The Morrow home, was beautifully decorated in keeping with Japan costume. The front room was transformed into a beautiful Japanese garden with gorgeous flowers blooming everywhere. The dining room was decorated in the yellow^ and white scheme. .. sonal property, : One Ames Uniflow Steam Engine, 500 H. P., connected directly with General Electric A. C. Generator, 360 K. W. ; Two Stirling Water Tube Boilers, 350 H. P. each, 150 Ibs. pressure, including header; line, reducing valves, blow-off. valves, all steam and water lines connecting boiler feed pumps, heater and Ames Engine; also - Smoke Stack, 104x5% feet. One Dean Boiler Feed Pump. One Gardner Boiler Feed Pump. . One Water Heater lor Boilers. One Force Draft Fan. Said property will be sold in hulk or in parcels as may be lonnd to the best advantage, for not less than the) appraised value thereof, and pursuant to a resolution of tlie Common Council of the City of Tipton, Indiana, and appraisal made by appraisers appointed by the Tipton Circuit Court, said equipment being sold as it now stands,, the buyer to assume all expense of dismantling and removal". Right to reject any and all bids reserved. :Dated this 1st day of April,, 1935 • W. A. COMPTQN, Mayor. BESSE B. BEYERSDORFER, 1935, the same day betn& udicial day of the ApiflflS 1935, of the-Tipton Ciwuifr-f >eginning. on the first Mond April, 1935, at the court hons Tipton in said county and of and answer or demur to said i plaint, the same will he heard, < determined in their absence.' In witness whereof, I have M unto set my hand and affixed, 1 seal of the Tipton Circuit Courfci at Tipton, Indiana, 'this 15th dajp of March, A. D. 1935. ' ^ RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, ' ''; Seal) Clerk Tipton Circuit Court* CLEON WADE MOUNT, -' ' Attorney. 141-47-53-5» F '' Clerk-Treasurer, Indiana/ City of Tipton 156-57-5S-59 MONEY TO LOAN I FARM LOANS—Reasonable ratuj ()vc] . ,. Fielding & Fielding. c-15!» j lowing program: Piano solo by .Miss Jane Robins jof Greenwood; i short story by Mur ( v Thomas; two- act play. "How llobbie Put It ;rade; instrumental tfi WILL FIGHT. Hunt ill-ton City Officials Will trio by Mr. \Vomls of Klwood and Iluby and Until Pcjrry; vocal duet by Martha Maxliulil and Margaret I Stout, accompanied by Miss Robins at the piano; 'master of cere-. Contest Contempt Chars''*. St. Mrs. L. J. Teal. c-lGl WANTED WANTED—Your furniture to repair. Yes Bunch. c-103 WANTED—To buy feeding shoals. R. E. Kindling, Windfall. c-lCJ WANTED-:-SmaIl house with gar- 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 Moto tCo. IJuick — Olds — Pontiac G5IC Trucks —'Frigldaircs Used Car Bargains '29 Plymouth Coach '30 Chevrolet Coach A, H. HInton Chrysler and Plymouth For Sale or Trade 1934 V-8 Demonstrator 1933 V-8 Coach 192£ Model A Coupe 1929 Dodpe Sedan Coach let Coupe, new ;,iiew tires. Oars Can Be den; rent Tribune. assured. Box F, c-159 WANTED—Curtains to wash and stretch; no pin marks. Phono 4255. c-159 WANTED—Girl. Palace Cafe. WANTED—Garden plowing; work guaranteed. Ira O. Baden. Phone 3536. . P-191 WANTED—To grind and adjust, your lawn mowers; 50c. Wm. Teal, Atlanta. p-162 WANTED ; — Cab for Chevrolet truck, li)29 to 1931 model. Wallace Meyers, Arcadia, p-161 WANTED-^-Overstuffed furniture, rugs of iall kinds,, cleaned and renewed j oriental rugs and tapestries a speciality; all work guaranteed. Phone 3490. c-159 !:ionics, James Vanness. Tho band members, before leaving for Southport, Friday, gav<j line student body i demonstration Jo!' their marching: ability. They ol '|«i!ri> dressed in jtlieir new uni- <r.y T'nitcd Pri^ss). Huntington, April fi.—City offl- ciais of Huntington today were I prepared to light contempt court proceedings against Mayor j lorm ,._ dolulte(I by- the merchants C. W. H. Bangs and other city | m . willdfall lllul t h!e senior class. employes. The contempt citations Tin- student body was honored I Thursday morning by having out of a utility fisht between the; i; :ll ., 1C y staport of jPatcrson. N. J, city and the Northern Indiana Power Co. Mavor Bangs and Cecil v:orld's champion iamatcur typist, tive a demonstration of his typing l> > ability, of He also gave advice to " f jllie typing students as to how ono atc iciin increased hisi speed and still Mrs. I. N. Hamilton, returned to her home in Detroit Monday. Mrs. Margie Schrader and children entertained a group of friends at their home Tuesday night to observe the eighteenth birthday of Susie Davis. Mrs. Joe Henderson and son Davy spoilt Friday with the latter's Kerat-grandmother Mrs. Minnie Snyder of Windfall. This was Davy's lirst .birthday. Vernon Schrader is visiting this week in the home of Art Carpenter of Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Reeder cn- tortained their daughter of Dunkirk Sunday, also Mrs. Sylvia Powell. Mrs. Stella Johnson of Kokomo was the week end guest of her sister Mrs. Elmer Lee. She also visited with other; relatives here. CInorge. construction foreman the city street department, 1 yesterday accepted the contempt | maintain accuracy, citations from Sheriff O. E. John-! TJ IO homo economics class went son. to Muncic Saturday under the i Hearing on the contempt pro- sponsorship of their teacher, Miss Readings will be held before sRec-|norothy Tolle. The class made M ial Judfe'e David .Smith, Fort] tour of the-Ball [state Teachers' Wayne, in Huutington Circuit College campus and were enter- GOLDSMITH. PRAIRIE CENTER. The Prairie Township , leadership club met at the Prairie school building Wednesday evening. There were' twenty-three presentj After the meeting of the regular classes, an hour of recreation was enjoyed. There will be a rally of all the clubs of Tiptpn county, at the jSharpsvilie gym Thursday: evening, April '-tS; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ramseyer, Mrs. Flora Rayl and daughter Lillie, Mrs. Maude Quakenbush and daughter Madonna, Mrs. Olas Quakenbush, deorge Dalrymple and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Ramseyer and granddaughter Loretta, and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ramseyer enjoyed a birthday din- the home of Ramseyer, in Court April 9. JKWKLRV ROBHKISY. tained at ii program and tea by ;he home economics department of the college. j Tho honor roll jfor the week in the typing department is as follows: John Shaw] Ruby Perry, Wilma Smith. j Tho "home ruiincrs" in public speaking this wcelj are: .Gertrude added another flourish to a flare-! Rcsslcr. Clalr Hamilton and Alice up cf crime in Indianapolis. I Hughes. The "batters up" are Thirvos Robtx-d Store at Iiuliuna- polis ICarl.v Saturday. Indianapolis. April fi.—A S2,- 250 jewelry robbery early today Hurling rack through a I Clarence Cook, John Shaw and WANTED—80 to 160 acres land in Cicero township. A. L. Overman, Cicero, Telephone ,549. • p-160 WANTED — Blacksmithing and ploiw work. William Boomershine, Binkley Bldg., back of Tipton produce Co. p-15U GUARANTEED USED CARS FOE SALS 1934 P 1933 1932 1932 E 1983 outh sedan sedan let coach. coupe coupe 1932 Ppntiac sedan front window of the Crown Jewelry Company, 21 South Illinois street, thieves took nearly everything in the .showcases, including diamonds, rings ous jewelry. • i and miscellane- .Maurico Crouch. The box .supper , given Friday night in the gymnasium drew quite a large attendance. After the supper there! was a one-act IXTO STRATOSPHERE. play presented. Characters in the play were Dorothy Osborne, Mary I Clouser, Max Leisure, Daile McCain, Maurice Patterson, Virginia Automatic liullooii Made Height of 12.OOO Feet in Russia. (By United Press). Moscow, April G. — An automatic stratostat balloon, rising unoccupied, reached a height of 129,000 feet, a dispatch from Leningrad said today. The flight was one of a series of testa, under way for years, with similar balloons. I DAILY WHEEZE Mrs. Peck: "Henry, did you ever have more, money than you know wh»t to to iHenry:i "I.mu«t hare'had Or I Berry. The senior class play, "Here Com|es April 12 and 1.3. XEVADA-HOrKWELIi. of Windfall were dinner guests of Jesse Williams. ening with her si Witt of Kokomo. The Woman's will present the; Charlie," on Mrs. Wilson Bennett and son the Wednesdayj Mr. and Mrs.! Nina DeWitt spent >londay ev-j ster, Rachel De-; t 'preign S Mission-! ary society of the JNevadft Metho-| diat church' was I delightluDy en-{ (ertained at the] home ofj Mn Ball Pentfergra«! .^Wednesday. Al {he noon hour a buntifnj'pitchli r-. was. Goldsmith Church Notes. (Rev M. C. Morrow, pastor.) ; Sunday school, 9:30. William E. Aldridge, Supt. Morning worship, 10:30. Hopcwell Church Notes. Sunday school, 9:30, Russel Collier, Supt. Evening worship, 7:00. Tot«rsburg Church Notes. (Rev. McClure, pastor.) Sunday school, 9:30, Roscoe Samuels, Supt. , Nonnamla Church Notes. (Rev. Donald Hoffman, pastor.) ..Sunday school, 9:30, Carl Tyner, Supt. Morning worship, 10:30. Evening worship, 7:00. ; • The Goldsmith; Ladies Aid society will meet at the home of Mrs. Musa Foster Friday, April 12. All members are urged to be present. ; Garland Horton motored to Lafayette Friday evening to attend the annual Purdue agricultural alumni banquet held at the Home Economics building Friday evening. The ' agricultural alumni students entertained the 1935 agricultural seniors. Rev. and Mra.j |M. C. Morrow entertained the Hope well'Foreign .Missionary i society Thursday; • eft their homo in Gpldsmlth with 52 members and' guests present. Foi lowing! the j bountiful and deUcl ous lunch a shor \ business sed- slon was led t>y l|*he *" Mrs. Ethel Foster. The planned to -entertain the Distjrlqt Group meeting oB jUie ~ Blonary society April 3 day meeting at Methodist , turcl a d< Altar the-1 itfnl ner Wednesday at Simon and Abbie honor of; the latter's 72nd birthday. Mrs. Dan Ramseyer baked the birthday cake, which was decorated in pink and read "Happy Birthday." Louis Curtis and family, Ross Rose and family.of Prairie Center and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sweet of near Kempton enjoyed a birthday dinner Sunday at the home of Chase Curtis near Thorntown in honor of the latter's sister Frances Curtis of Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Paul formerly of Sharpsville were. Tuesday night guests of Clarence Adams and family and We'dnesday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. ; Walter Wood and left Thursday morning for California, where they expect to reside. Mrs. Paul Grimme and daughter, Mary Frances Miller of near Hopeweli and Mrs. Frona LaGarde were Wednesday dinner guests of Mrs. Mary Orem and daughter Mrs. Myrtle Haskell of Russiaville. Mr. and Mrs. 3. H. Xershner of Marion were Sunday dinner guests- oif Clarence Adams and family. Supper guests |af the Adams jihome were Woodrow Young, Herbert Hobson,! Shirley Tennell and Rev.: Wisswell of Marion, i 1 ' Several relatives were 1 entertained Sunday at the home Ernest iMoulder and family of in honor oft! their son Garnet's eleventh birthday. j Mrs. [Eileen Boone spent Mon- 1 day and ((Tuesday .with Mr. and Mrs. Etta Waggner ot 'Klrfclin. Mr*, "wiijfgner was formerly Sara Mqjcay of Prairie. She has! bbetf in. j failing health J sevei is Notice to Non-Residents. State of Indiana, County of Tipton. Melia E. Foster, Jean--V. Carter, Barbara R. Carter vs. Benjamin Miller, John Wampler, Susan- Wampler, et al. In the Tipton Circuit Court, January Term, 1935. Complaint No. 2701. : Coine now the plaintiffs, by Cleon Wade Mount, their attorney, and file their complaint herein, together with an affidavit that the defendants Benjamin Miller, John Wampler, Susan Wampler, George Miller, Daniel Miller, Elizabeth Miller, Benjamin Miller, ir., Margaret Miller, David Miller, George Wampler, Henry J.' Southerlau'd, George Van Buskirk, Newton Jackson, Daniel Rawlings, Marion P. Evans, Horace G. Evans,;John C. F. Evans, cassius M. c. Evans, Jessie F. Evans, Indiana Evans', Sarah Jaiie Evans, \yilliam N. Evans, Mary L. Evans, Isaac H. Montgomery, Elizabeth J. Montgomery, Tipton-Frankfort Traction Co., E. E. Sharp,] Andrew S. Dickey, George A . Dickey, Joseph. Hickher, Ivan Pressler, W^l- fern D. Appleton, Wilferd D. Appleton, the unknown! surviving spouse of each and all of the above named defendants, whose names are unknown, all and each of the above named |female defendants who were afterwards known by other and different names, the unknown heirs, 'devisees, legatees, trustees, assigns, guardians, administrators, executors, personal representatives and successors in interest of each and all of the above named defendants, whose names are unknown, all persons, firms and corporations claiming by or through said above named defendants,. or ! either of them, whose names are unknown, it being the purpose of plaintiffs in this action to quiet their title against the world, are not residents of the Sta.te of Indiana, said complaint herein ; being for the purpose of quieting title in the plaintiffs and in their respective portions thereof, of the following described real estate in .Tipton County, Indiana, to-wit: Commencing at the intersection of the Indian Reserve boundary line and the west side of section ten (10), township 21 |(21) north, range four (4) east, running thence easterly on and along said Indiana Reserve boundary line 1750 feet, thence easterly along the center line of the public highway 864.6 feet,' thence north 2.920 feet, thence west 1971.5 feet, thence-north 75 feet, thtnca west 640.5 feet, thence south 3,291 feet to the place ot beginning, containing one hundred • eighty ;(180) acres, more or jJess, all as alleged in the complaint filed in ;thls cause.. BIG SALE NOW ON! Home Trade Shoe Store ith White of Indfanapo' w.eek -end with ier pa aid-Mrs. PeW , guest* of 'Mi - - First National Ins. Co. ,,• Every kind of insurance -written in safe, sound and secure stock companies. ' v Chas. Warne, Secretary • Cecil Harding, Solicitor • 12O Opera House Block; Ground Floor. Phones 271 and 1333. Tipton CULVER & PICKERING Attorneys and Abstractors Office Phone 107. Residence Phones: S. A. Culver—3486. H. D. Pickering—3409 CLARK & MINER CO. Abstracts Insurance Real Estate Farm Loans 108 W. Jefferson St. Phone 6 GIFFORD & GIFFORD Lawyers 13 }£ Court St. Phone 309. TITLE GUARANTY and ABSTRACT COMPANY Farmers Loan & Trust Bldg. Phone 30C. C. A. TAXIXHU John P. Kemp Chas. A. Kemp KEMP & KffMP Attorneys-at-Law Citizens National Bonk Bldg. Phone 29. ^ DR. V, H. COOPER Veterinarian Phones: Office, 138; Residence 1138 See— YOUNG & MASON Suits and Furnishings 106 East Jefferson St. Radio Repairs LINEBAOKS BLUE BE AC OH; A Coal With KemiirlraMagfc Heating QaaHttM r Don W. Coffin Brie Street Phon*' See the New Electric Ref H. J. SCHRADER * 116 116-118 South

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