The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 23, 1935 · Page 5
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Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 23, 1935
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TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR S Ala OR TRADE RBfti ESTATE J?O'R SALE-r-Take a look at property, 225 Green street, and make offer; out of town own- WANTED—Cows to pasture; also garden plowing. Zebble Christensen, east of park. er says, sell. L. W. Fuller. c-17-i FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—15 acres good Tipton county land, bungalow house, fair barn; for cash or good Tipton property Roy C. "P-urvis, Agent. c-173 TOR SALE—60 acres, good land, fair buildings; price $65 per acre; 51,000 cash. L. W. Ful- ier. c-173 FOE SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Practically new 50- Ib. ice box. Phone 63. c-114 FOR SALE—Guernsey cow, fresh soon. J. H. Goodknight, Kempton c-174 FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the .cheapest for farmer or poultryman; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf IMPORTANT—Order clilcks in advance. Hatch each ' Mon. Heavies 57.43 per 100; 117.25 par 500: 57.00 per 1,000. irse type While Leghorns 56 05 per 100: J6.75 per 500; 56.50 per 1.000. Few started chieks. Hoosier Hatchery, Michigantown, Ind FOR SALE — Concrete gravel ' mason sand, delivered anywhere. Ezra Overdorf, Phone 136R, Arcadia. p-S-M-Tu-173 FOR SALE — Yearling Buro. male; also Manchu soy beans Otto Dillmau, ".Vi miles wes and Vi mile north of Atlanta p-17l FOR SALE — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 55. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tl FOR SALE—New Remington No 8 noiseless typewriter, shop worn, regular price 579.50, sale price ?61.50 cash. Tribune Press. FOR SALE—One Fordshon trac tor and plows; 1 team mules; 1 Osborn 7-ft. grain binder; used Fordson tractor parts full line of Oliver and Allis- Chalmers farming tools. Butz Implement Store, Hobbs. Ind c-t: FOR SALE—Frost proof cabbage yellow resistant; head lettuce if you want to raise heads, now is the time to put them out homu grown plants, 5c dozen why pay more? B. C. Cham bers. North Independence St One SQuare east Nickel Plate Depot. p-173 FOR RENT FOR RENT .— Modern heated rooms as low as $3 per week Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. t* WANTED WANTED—Household, yard, gar den work. Call 4^44. p-3G8 WANTED—Garden plowing; work guaranteed. Phone 353"6. Ira O. Baden p-191 WANTED — Garden plowing t Shuppard Brothers. Phone 2167. c-17" ftood Used Cars EEDTJCED IN PRICE To Fit Your Pocketbook- Priced From $50 Up Used Electric Washers .Row J)elco Batteries v$4,95 Zxchange ^Service Motor Co. Boick — CHds — Pontiac GMO Trncks — Frigidaires R and G Car Bargains Deluxe Coach, wdio. i Model A Coach. 'iitlodelACoach. ; e of Ohaap Used PERSONAL STOMACH ULCER, gas pains, indigestion victims, why suffer? For quick relief get a free sample of Ulga, a doctor's 1 prescription at Lewis Speckbaugh'a. p-Tu-W-Th-193 LOST ABD FOUND. LOST—$5 bill Sunday night in Methodist church; reward. Call 1251. c-174 LOST, ESTRAYED OR STOLEN —White fox terrier pup; answers to name "Skeeter;" tag No. 11. Paul Schwau. .c-173 MISCELLANEOUS HAIR CUTS, 15c. Vice's, 517 N. Independence. c-173 MAKE MONEY IN RADIO—Be a service man; go higher up: study In spare time this new radio course prepared by experts and simplified by the International Correspondence Schools. Jack Cunningham, Representative, 1S34 South Adams St., Marion, Ind. c-174 MONEY TO LOAN FARM LOANS—Reasonable Fieldln? & Fielding. c «c • SPEEDWAY STARTER. Sir MaU-oIm Campbell Has Been Invited to Officiate. (Hy VTnUuil Press). Indianapolis, April 2:!. — Sir Malcolm Campbell. British sportsman and holder of the world's automobile speed record, was invited late yesterday by the Indianapolis Motor Speedsvay to serve as official starter for the 23rd annual 500-mile race. Good accompanied the Windfall unlors -and seniors to Indlanapo- 1s Friday evening for: a theater party. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Legg and taniily of Fiwnkton were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Miss Irene Legg remained over for a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Downing had as their Easter dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Minor Barter and family and Mr. and Mrs. Carver downing. Mr. and Mrs. Ezro Hobbs and 'amily spent Sunday near Alexandria guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Castor and family. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Hoover of Indianapolis visited Sunday in Hobbs with Mr. and Mrs. Park Hoover. They were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Hartley south of Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jack entertained Sunday Mr. and 'Mrs. Harry Brown of Indianapolis and Mr. and Mrs. William Jack of \ew Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hobbs enter- ained Sunday at a lovely Easter dinner Mr. and Mrs. Hillard Woodruff of Tipton, Miss Bernell Downing of Hobbs and Earl North of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Black entertained at an Easter breakfast Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Garmon and family and Mrs. Minnie Click. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Clifton and family spent Sunday at Hemlock with O. K. Andrews and family and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Harter entertained for lunch Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Minor Harter and family. Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Davison and family were entertained Sunday at the home" of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tharp near Aroma. Mrs. -Frances Edmonson and Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Wilburn of Hobbs were among the guests at a delicious Easter dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Daniels near Goldsmith. THE DAILY WHEEZE Son: "Dad, do you remember telling mo about the time you wero expelled from school?" Dad: "Why, yes." Son: "Well, isn't it funny how history repeats itself?" A woman's smile is quite oftei a lot more dangerous than hei frown. HOBBS. J. C. Taylor and Mrs. H. E Bibler the oldest members present Sunday at the Hobbs M. E. Sunday school were each presented with a beautiful blooming Easter lily Sunday during the Sunday school hour. The annua Easter dinner at the church was postponed until next Sunday in order for Rev. Davison and family to be present.' They will leave Monday to attend the annual conference at Ft. Wayne. Rev Davison has b'een asked to return This is his third year at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Riley anc family of Alexandria were 'Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Riley. Miss Rebecca Holliday of Alexandria spent the Easter vacation at Hobbs with her parents, Mr. and "Mrs. Earl Holliday and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Hobbs spenl Easter Sunday in Frankfort with their son Robert Hobbs and wife and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Jordan and family spent Sunday near Omega with <Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rupe anc family. Guy Barnes and Elton Book went to Joplin, Mo., last week moving a family from Joplin, to Flint, Mich. Miss Mary Esther and Betty A. H. flinton Chrysler and Plymouth Gtaarapteed USED CAB8 -parents" Mr. aad Mrs SHARPSVILLK. cle spent the week-e id with her O. Hall. Mrs. Earl Gregg and eon Billy, and Mrs. Lottie Ha-ney of; Elwood visited here Saturday afternoon with Ralph Barney and family. I Mr. and Mrs. EJ R. Edwards visited Sunday -with Ross Tlm- mons and wife at Elwood. Mr. and Mrs. Wright Harper of Elwood spent Friday here with Mrs.' Peach Henderson and son Ralph. Mrs. Wortha S-^lnford and Joshua Swinford attended the funeral of a relative at Anderson Sunday. j Orpha Kinder of] Indianapolis spent the week end here with her sister Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Yarl- g. I Howard Havens, pon of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Havens was rushed to the Mercy hospital at Elwood.Saturday nl^ht where an operation was performed for ap- pen'dicltis. Loren -McDaniel and family and Kilbert McDanlel vjere Sunday guests of Walter Scott and family of Richmond. Mrs. Josephine Frazee and family entertained Sunday Mr. an'd Mrs. Orval Frazee of Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mitchell and son of Tipton, Robert Frazee and wife of Tipton and Wayne Button and family. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Morris of Indianapolis.spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. William Haines. j Several from here attended a family gathering at!the home of Mrs. Lillian Goodwin in Elwood Sunday. Those present were Otto Drake and family, Mrs. Thomas resided j at Windfall i s tor years. ! family of Connersville. Mr. and Mrs. B; Mrs. Jesse Meync len were the son of Anderson and guests of Mrs. Jo: The Rev. Merl preached at the Mrs. A. L. Shook. ed diimer party Walsh. Covers were laid Mr. Reigle, father liam Heller of Elwood. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse daughter Patty and Mrs. and Mrs. Dale Thompson. Mrs. Emaline the week end at suest of ther daughter Charlotte and Sunday they in company with vT^'M '. . i ' • f . ' : with «Wdne| yers family tor many [eyncke had eats the lat- 1 Smith and s. Fowler and and son Al- ilay dinner 1 Mr. and line Legg. ris of Argos ptist church he and Mrs. 3d at dinner of Rev. and amin Walsh tily appoint? ter Sunday anniversary ther of Mrs. laid for the <md daugu* s. Fred Lott, .Crouch, Mr. le, Margaret jlliam Davis e Wardwell, >f Edward n and Wild. ?e Blessing, Mrs. Sarah Marion over nests of Mr. ison. dleton spent ianapolis the m^m-^:^^ : ^^'^n \'.< ./»•-• i , . •• -M -• 1 • •..-- 1 • •I!'".-- !'i:;':V. •-.!•.!" '•;! -; . ft ; i ' ••;..!:.: ••'•-,' ;; -•• - it frey, Hew M. Davis and: Bar. 3,; T. Frost preaching splendid sermons. At the Methodise chnrch the pastor welcomed is large; class of new members -which, -were Mr. and Mrs. Rome Kindling and two daughters and a son Billy,, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kinder, son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Haward Bolinger and Dr. Donj Hall. Dr. and i.' Mrs. B. V. Chance were Indianapolis visitors Monday. Gall Johnson accompanied them home. ' j Mrs. Maude Clifton spent 'the •week en'd with relatives 1 at Lafayette. : Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Crouch of Connersville spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Crouch and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Maxfield. Mrs. Rose Butner has returned .from a visit -with her son Dr. Charles Butner and wife at Elyria, 0. PRAIRIE CENTER. The junior-senior banquet was held at the Prairie school gym Saturday evening. -There were about eighty present. The program was as follows: Salutation, •Melvin Love; answer, Ralph Vawter; I (the will), Margaret Nixon, and class prophesy, Max'ine Quakenbush and Paul Dawson; "Opportunities," Mrs. Neva Watson; "Necessities," Principal Clyde Lineba-ck. Menu, Captain's Dinner — 1st course, Mermaid's A, 1 1 .': JS Not Oas Cer Gas • i.1 '.& aue the tioi lob no fide ....A, rejti teei pal Bos cer otSl ing 61 '>"< '* , i vir cut dec by cui •tie LUC Fir iric BB fen No Co siii C0£ /»!,' , Arcadia, ilna.. Jan. ii'1935. Statement 'of 'Current Assets. Notes receivable ___ — 14,713.00 ' . . Certificate of deposit — 600.00; Cash in closed ;banks --- 2*8.73; The above -statement has been audited and correctly represents thfe, current assets of .'the associa-: tion. jn addition land «nd unsold, lots represent assets. There iare no outstanding obligations. A fidelity bond Is carried by the secretary-treasurer which gnaran-: tees!the proper use of all money paid into the Association. • Tne Board of Trustees -baa adopted certain rules relative to the sale of! lots and vaults and grave opening., For information call either 61 the 'trustees or the sexton. BOARD OF .TRUSTEES, C..-F. Landis. ' <) Samuel Sextpn. :^; James E.< Sieletti'er. CV E. Mosbangh. • Dallas Barnblzer. Containing teali^ hety-^dne hn ~~'"~ acre*, more JXT I*H >uuch a.*ttnn pay and'satisfy said eat,' costs and accrning- will, at the same tiine a expose at public sale the:! pie of said real asJttt thereof -as may be discharge said 'fleeree, costs apd aeCTBirnj-ewrt - ... I | Said' sale will ibe made sub; to a senior mortgage, held Prudential Life Insurance, i( pany of America, in the sum of four thousand 'dred ($"4,600) any relief wh tion or appraisement laws, •rirtue of a.Jto«sJe«itre of gage on sail -described tate. , Da\ea this 15th day 1935^ REUBEN A. Sheriff of Tlptoh GIFFORD, GIFFORP A: TON, Attorneys tor «Uf . ...... ym delight; 2nd course, dark shark; potato boat, pearls, nymph salad, Miss Madeline Friend visited Carl| occall roUs; 3rd course> lce floes , Middleton at the airport at La-1 gp _ a toam and Mema i d 's punch. fayette. Mrs. E. B. Mosor who has been confined to her home for several months with heart complications i. The .gym was beautifully deco- Cook and son David of Cicero. | was able to take a drive with her rate'd in the senior colors of blue and white in the form of fish nets and the junior colors of red and white. After the banquet they en- Mrs. Julia Snook of Anderson. | husband. Dr. E. B. Mosor Monday, joved a tneater party at the Ritz Mr. and Mrs. William Retherford of Windfall. j E. F. wann and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butner,: .Mrs. Hofer of Alexandria, Mrs. The friends of Mrs. Mosor are: for her improved condition. There was a pleasant family Earl fratlieriii!!: Enstor Sunday at the at Tipton. The Liberty Ladies Aid and Missionary society will- meet Thursday all day with Mrs. Dar- Mrs. Cora Lloyd was the Sunday dinner Ruest of her sistor Mrs. Ida Randolph at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Anscll Bodkin of near Prairie Center. Mrs. Minnie Jarrett entertained at Sunday dinner her children Uoss Jarrett and family of Knightstown, Jack Lee and family of West Hopewell, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Morrison of near Forest and Ralph Jarrett and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lora Wllburn. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilimrn and Juanita Morton of Kokomo motored to Anderson Sunday and were the dinner guests of Paul Wilburn and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bollenbacher of (Indianapolis -wfere 'the week end guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hawkins. Juanita, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Audla Maple is improving after beiug seriously ill with, the measles. Aubrey Dunlavey and family motored Sunday evening to Marion and were the supper guests of her sister Everett Shuck and family. Bruce Peters and family wero Charles Martin and family; near Windfall. Mr. and Mrs. Walter King and Jesse Mills were the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto White of Kokomo. Dallas Croudy and family of Fairfield were the Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. MtCoy. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Hoffman and Mrs. Anna Sharp of Kempton motored near Little New York Sunday and were the dinner guests of their parents Will Friend and family. Other -dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Pearson and Ben Simpson of near Tipton, and Mrs. Russell Smith and daughters of Little New York. Paul Tyner and 'family of Kokomo were the •Sunday evening guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. O. -P. Tyner. Carl 'Shuck attended the district meeting of the Eagles Sunday afternoon at -Anderson. Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Powell of; Marion were the week end guests] of their daughter Lyle Rubushi and family. ' Th« Junior-senior recaption *«id*«t-tt«i~Fi»no«s hotel-at Horton. Mrs. Laura Parr, Francis. Hattie. Anita and iRolxjrt Parr, Mrs. Bossie r.oins i and Frank f.'oodwin. Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Otrorsu Barnes of Alexandria visited hero Sunday afternoon with Casper Riley.' Fred! home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Wines j re |] stoops. There will be an elec- at Phlox. The elaborate dinner j tion of omcers and all members was enjoyed liy the following j o f eac h society are urged to be guests: Woodrow Wines. Miss Suelp rcsent drove of Indianapolis. Mr. and! Mrs. -Myrtie Haskell of Russia- Mrs, niivrny Harm's P Irs - Eugene Wines and son Con-j v jn Ct Leland Reel of near Rus' ny. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Wines j s j av ille, Paul Grimme and family and son Danny. Mr. and Mrs. Merl j of near Hopewell, .Mrs. From Wines all of. Kokomo. Mr. and! LaGarde and children were enter- WIMJKALL. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Stone of Kokomo and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dennis motored to |Fort Wayne Sunday and spent the clay with the latter's son Wayne Dennis :ind wife. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Winfrey of Alexandria spent Thursday with llev. and Mrs. G. WL Winfrey. Relatives here have received word of the serious Mrs. Loe Myers of illness of Indianapo- GOES THE PRICE OF SHAVING COMFORT Notice of Sheriffs Sale of Real Estate on Decree. 'Notice is hereby given that by virtue and authority of an exe- with a certified copy of -a decree attached, to me directed by the Clerk of the Tipton' Cir- irt, in a cause of action pending, ' wherein The First National Bank of Tipton, Indiana, is plaintiff, and George Bauer and Maude Bauer are de, the same being Canse 2 .in the Tipton Circuit Court, requiring me to make the Slim of $7,6ff0.53 with interest, costs and- accruing costs as set out in said decree, I will, by virtue and authority of said execution and decree, expose at public sale to the highest bidder, on Monday, the 13th day of May, 1D35, between the hours .of 10 a. h;, and 4 p. m. o'clock, at the north door of the court house in the City of Tipton, Tipton County, Indiana,- the rents and profits, year by year, for a term not exceeding seven (7) years, of the following described real estate in Tipton County, Indiana, to-wit: : Part of the southwest quarter ("14) of the southwest quarter (i^i ) of section twelve (12), and part of the northwest quarter (;%) of the northwest quarter (14) of section thirteen (13) township twenty-one (21) north range three (3) east of the second principal meridian, bounded and described as follows, to-wit:" Commencing at the northeasl corner of the northwest quarter Mrs. Glen Francis and daughter Marilyn. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ArmstronK nnd son Zelotis, Mr. and Mrs. Loat Housh. The after- tainod at a birthday dinner Sun^ay at the home of L. A. Kimball and family of Noblesville, in honor of Mrs. Kimball's birthday. The noon guests were Mr. and Mrs. I centerpiece for the table was a Mause'Hough and Mr. anil Mrs. j large angel food cake. Max SpriiiEer of near Kokomo. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. The baccalaureate ; services at i an( j Mrs. Freeman Lineback were the Christian church Sunday eve-; Burl Clark and daughters Elde- ning were largely attended as the ] na an( i Eloise of near Kempton, house was filled to capacity. The j Glen Eller and family of Nobies- 26 members of the graduating] villc, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Douglas class looked very pretty dressed of Eaglctown, Clifford Lineback. in caps and gowns. Following the processional the hiprh school chor- and family of Kokomo,- Clyde Lineback and family, Mr. . and us iian£ two beautiful numbers j Mrs. Ray Lineback, and Mr. and iunder the direction^ of Prof. Jo- Mrs. Ross Floyd, seph Regains, with Miss Betty j Several from the -Mt. Lebanon iHutto pianist. Invocation' was by. Friends church attended the Eas- IRevp 0. W. Winfrey. ."Misses Os-.tor services and basket dinner 'borne and Breitweiser enter- the Russiayille Friends church HAVING coral m hit an ''all- tun* low in price wijh the loaoanccmeat a/1 'rob«k Junior —the icmulabte new doable- edge ruor bUde Think of it! You get 25 keen, imooth'Sluur- lag bUdei, unifoim ia qiulky, for only 59f. Vc u'll wonder how «od> fine bade* cut b> ••old foe to litde t lonejr. , Plobtk Jnaior i i theprodup of nneqaiiled cuinufiutiinip tnethodi tod miidilesi fkilt. ThU>bIade-is » itomttCc«l|r tempered, grow , {hoped fttopped—g'aiil aa fbrniogsitidictie n.Tryl Junior ami scefoi **d Prkut irntn .tained with a clarinet duet, after Which Rev. J. T. Frost save a splendid address speakin'R on the 'theme of "Eternal Living." Miss EllenMcNew in her pleasing manner, sanK "This Is My Task" with femily Conklin, pianist. Benediction by Rev. G. W. Winfrey. ! Misses Nellie Tlirailkill of Huntinpton and Dora ' Smith and Fanny Ray of Swayzee were the unday afternoon guests of Mr. nd Mrs. S. S. Edwards. Rev. and Mrs. M. V. Grisso of Ligonior have been [ dt Swayzee the past week where ;the former conducted pre-Easter iservices at Sunday. The Mt. Lebanon orchestra played Sunday afternoon. Mr. and ijlrs. Paul Kntz of Tipton, Mr. and Mrs. George IKutz of Kirklin and Mrs. Ona Bottenberg of. Montana were guests of Richard Harlow and family ^Sunday afternoon. : • :•' Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Reel were Sunday guests of Mrs. Florence Goyer of Kokomo. •Mrs. Clyde Lineback .and son, David RayJ left Monday morning for a two weeks' visit with her father, Dr. 'Reed and wife of Russiaville. The father had a stroke of paralysis about six weeks ago and is completely helpless. the Christian church. , Walter ; Warden of . ,; . Genter Approximately ono hundred and Groyo 9pent the week thirty young .people attended the junior and senior reception that as held at the Occidental Grille t Indianapolis Friday evening, preceding the banquet the group Attended the Lyric Theater. The Grille was artistically decorated in circus style with balloons, as favors and the nut and mint cups >(?ere clowns. The bajnquet was a:i elaborate three-course! dinner. Al - Ibtt Trimble [was master of cere- montes. Welcome ; address to .th seniors was given ty! Miss Gainetta Osborne. Response was b7 Hervert Shockney. Talk by Pro*. Herbert Shockney. Talk by-Prof, clans from tho Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Music -furnlshe I splendid music for the occasion 1 . jj Mr. 'and Mrs. »rl Smith of IJQdiamipolU , spent !p4nday wl llarende Kinder <«no Imnily. with his parents Frank Warden and family. •AAAAA to BHI3 «5 — ENNA JETTICIKS—^«8^ America's Smarteet Shoes. NTJ-WAY SHOE North Sidji Sqnate — BREAD— iy 8 -lb,loa£ KROGER CfBOOERY * BAKING GO. : Comforts, SMTPSOirSLA &DRY Phone 120 See- YOUNG & MAflOH> Suits and FnmiflliiBfil 106 Bast Jeff ersonl o£ the northwest quarter ( : % 1 of said section thirteen (13) running thence north two hundred twenty-two : (.222) .feet to the center of the rT&att; "th'ence west -with the center of -said road seven hundred eighteen and five- tenths (718.5) feet; thence south one -thousand fcve hundred fifty- four and two-tenths (1,554.2) feet to the Indian Reserve boundary line; thence northeasterly along said boundary line, ; seven hundred' twenty-seven arid five-tenths ( ; 7 ; 27.5) feet; thence north one thousand two hundred fifteen (i,215") -feet to the place of beginning, containing twenty-four and forty-two (hundredths (24.42) acres, more or less; i Also, all -that part of the northeast Quarter/ (14) of the northwest quarter (*4) of; said section thirteen (13), township and' range aforesaid, lying north of the Indian Reserve line, and all that the so'uthwest quarter section twelve (12) township and range aforesaid, lying ; south of'the Tipton and Berlin road, bounded as follows: Beginning at the northeast corner of the northeast quarter (^4) of ;the! northwest quarter (14) of said section thirteen : (13) .running thence north two hundred twenty (220) feet to the center Of said Tipton and Berlin road, thence west along the center of said road, one thousand three hundred forty-fix (1,346) feet; thence'south one .thousand four-hundred thirty-seven (1,437) feet'to said Indian Reserve line; thence in a northeastely 'direction along said Indian Reserve line to th* east line of the (northwest fluarter (%) of said section thir- te4n (13), thence north along the east line of said northwest quarter (H) nine hundred Bitty-eight and . twenty-two " [hund»eflths (|9i68.-22) feet to -the place <of -beginning; containing forty and fif- tHsev.en hundredths C«0,57) acres m0re or less; Radio Repairs BLUE BE A 0011 A. 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