The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 24, 1935 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, April 24, 1935
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«-{- shortened conference year. pastor leaves for Ft. Wayne next TRIBUNE FOB SALE OR TRADE r ~ REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—Take a look at property, 225 Green street, and make offer; out of town owner says, sell. L. W. Fuller. c-174 WANTED—Garden plowing; work guaranteed. Ira O. Baden. FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Practically new 50. Ib. ice box. Phone 63. -c-174 FOR SALE—Steel and fiber trunk, - two. trays. GU3 E. Jefferson. c-175 FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the cheapest for farmer or poultryman; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf WANTED Phone 3536. p-191 WANTED — Garden plowing. Shuppard Brothers. Phone 2167. c-177 WANTED—Household, yard, garden work. Call 4344. p-368 WANTED—Paper cleaning. Rev. Barnes. Phone 39. c-179 WANTED—Cows to pasture; also garden plowing. Zebbie Christensen, east of park. p-175 FOR SALE — Four Jersey cows. one fresh, three heavy spring' ers. S. L. Wiles, Applcton .farm. ' P-1"C IMPORTANT—onli-r chicks in ailvatire. : Hatch o.u-h lion. Hi'avios 57.13 per 100; I 57 -5 per iw. jicr l.OM. irjie type Wiilf l^PBlmrns ?<;.!>:. per ion; fii.7S pur :•"»; K 50 JX.T 1.000. Few surtcil chicks, lloosicr Hatchery. town, Incl FOR SALE — Super clean hard coal for brooder staves. Phone Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf 55. "FOR SALE—New Remington No. S noiseless typewriter, shopworn, regular price $79.50, sale §fil.50 cash. " if price Press. FOR SALE-—Simmons metal bod, mattress and spring, good as new, IS: electric "EAT" outdoor si?n. <'»sl ui'W ?- s - price $12. Ida S. Hunch. Phone 150 P-17G FOR SALE—One Fordshon tractor and plows; 1 team mules; 1 Osborn 7-ft. grain binder; used Fordson tractor parts; full line of Oliver and Allis- Chalmcrs farming tools. Butz Implement Store, Hobbs. Ind. c-tf FOR BALK—Frost proof cabbage, yellow resistant; head lettuce: if you want to raise heads, now is the time to put them out; home grown plants, 5e dozen: , why pay more? 15. C. Chambers, North Independence St. One square cast Nickel Plato Depot. c-17fi' FOR RENT PERSONAL STOMACH ULCER, gas pains, indigestion victims, why suffer? For quick relief get a free sample of Ulga, a doctor's prescription at Lewis Speckbaugh's. p-Tu-W-Th-193 LOST AND TOUHD. LOST—$5 bill Sunday night in Methodist church; reward. Call 1251. c-174 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. IS 34 South Adams St., Marion, Ind. c-174 MONEY TO LOAN FARM LOANS—Reasonable rat Fielding & Fielding. c ' THE DAILY WHEEZE Teacher: "What are the two genders?" Student: "Masculine and feminine. The masculine are divided into two groups, temperate, and intemperate: and the feminine into 'frigid' and 'torrid'." Monday morning. ;Let us make this week the be^t. Come to church next Sunday. iWesleyan Methodist Church. (Rev. Dempsey Howard, pastor.) Sunday school at 9:30. Morning worship service at 10:30. Sermon by the pastor, j Young People's service, 6:30. Evening worship: service, 7:30. Prayer meeting at j 7:30 Tuesday evening. i ' Mr. and Mrs. rfarvey Kinnett returned their household goods to their home at WeBtfleld Monday having spent the winter in Mrs. Gussie Jacob's home in Atlanta. Mr. Kinnett has been the high school principal in Atlanta for several years. j . ! Cora Aldridge of the Atlanta telephone force is spending a week's vacation with her sister, Mrs. Arthur Fox and family at Sheridan. [ Mrs. Addie Wibel returned to her home at^Arcadia Sunday having spent the winter with her granddaughter, Mrs. Lois Hughes and family. Several friends scattered a bit of cheer for Mrs.' Myrtle 'iLane Saturday her 62nd birthday anniversary occurring on that day. During the day several friends called each bringing a small gifl of remembrance. Mrs. Lane is seriously ill with sugar diabetes and has been losing ground for tho past few weeks. She was report?.! much worse Monday evening. Frank Lucas. Jr., of Anderson was the week end guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lucas. Sr. Other Sunday dinner guests were Hugh Gallagher of Shelbyville, Michigan, Angie Gallagher and Elizabeth Lucas of Indianapolis. Mrs. Pearl Cox and son Thomas spent Easter Sunday with her father D. W. Achenbach and Mr. ,ev. and in They ere latjer "brjeakfast guests of J. C. Bean :uart and family of Sunday ! diitfer Stuart land family. Mrs. Mrs. Oxcal S Muncie Were guests of Lew i T. F^|Lindliy and famfly j turned Thursday from Brazen- ton, Florida, (where thejr spsnt re- tfie winter. I Mrs. James j Quick came Sujnday {for I a,u' indefinite visit wi!i her eon Ernie aid fam- itv 1 ! ' . ! of lebanoi Arveni Hobbs and famly Wen dinner r jguestsj Sunday ^of | Vel ^amilton and family! or Russia- viHe. j ! '. ' ' Mrs. Coral Cline entertained a| Sunday flinnerl Mr. and Mrs. WmL Carter of Indianapolis and j Mr and Mrsl Neali Miler Mrs. Eygene and Mr. ! anc of East, Union. • i I , | Mrs. I Lolaj Edgington daughter Lolita and j Mrs. ; Jack Sullivan of Indiana,polis visite fifiULT Mr. pnd Leslie Clln Mis. Frank were; of! Betechjrooi r dinner Sui iday of Mi Fishback guests at and Mrs. Bert Freeman who him been sick for sejreraj months first with flu followed -fy. an appendix operation wits able with his family to visit j wjith Mrsj Freeman's mother Mrs. piary SKoekley^ Sun- Sunday i-with their parejnts Dr Harve Kergusbn andjfamjly. ! I Mr. and Mrs. * Carl ijIcCarthy have received! word [front the S 3Iargaret's hospital at Hammond j er service! at -the Methodist c! stating I their'daughter JLoiB : in Sunday morning in charg< Mary had a little dress, Twas dainty, neat and airy; U didn't show the dirt a 'hit. But, gosh, how it showed Mary! ATLANTA. FOR RENT — Modern heated •rooms as low as $3 per week Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. t' Good Used Cars REDUCED IN PRICE To Fit Your Pocketbook- Priced From $50 Up Used Electric Washers New Delco Batteries §4.95 Exchange Service Motor Co. Buick — Olds — 1'ontiac CMC Trucks -— Frigidaires Rand 6 Used Car Bargains 1933 V-8 Deluxe Coach, . with radio. 1930 Model A Coach. 1931 Model A Coach. A Number of Cheap Used Cars and Trucks. ton Main otor Co. Methodist Episcopal Church. (Rov. H. M. Thrasher, pastor.) Church school, fl:;!0 a. m. Max A. Stcckel, superintendent. Morning .worship and junior league, 10:'Ji). Mrs. Emma Davis, junior leagfie supt. Special service for the juniors. Sermon by the minister.. ; Tie Vision Sublime." Epworijt "League, 6:45 p. m. Topic, ''XVliat Is Our Community Like'?" led by Harriet Mohler. Evening service, 7:30 p. m. Special music by the choir and men's quartet. Sermon by the minister, "If I Only Had One Sermon to Preach." Remember the special service Thursday,jApri] 25. at 7:30 p. m. and Mrs. Elmer: Westfield. Reisinger at ad ! m . Wjii tnrndd nurse's i training there 1 with a jpainful accident caring for a patientj she quickly and fell left shoulder. Sha mediate attention a^id ,ib getting along nicely. > j dislocating her > was given im- day. The. Ladles; Aid society of the Christian chuirih met| Friday afternoon in | the church basement with sixteen members and guests present'. Mrs. Jrioxie "Wilson, president presided jover the meeting and the devotibnals -vy-ere read by Mrs. Lafe 1 Beaver. During the business session plan^ were made for serving tjie alumni banquet. The remainder of the afternoon was spent; in playing bingo the winners bein;g Mrs. iAnna Sharp and Mrs.; Edna Gossard. The hostesses,^ Mrs. Claud Johnson, Mrs. Oreji Johnson and Mrs. Clyde Orr served refreshments oC chicken sandwiches, potato salad; and coffee with Easter;Eggs and! bunnies is : favors. The next meeting vil be May S. < : A ful house attended the East-: churclj of Rev. J. C. B(ian. Fbllowing the Sunday richqol hour an Easter program jwas given. Tlie Jiinid'rrSenior reception of the Kenfptori high school was held Friday-livening at the Coulter Hole 1 ! in' Frankfort with i i- t egg- talned with ga^nes and | jatf hunting contest. Refreshmenl a of candy, Easter ijeggs, cookies, and :pcoa were served.^ ; • ! • After the'Sunday school lour, i lovey program, was enjoyed Sunday at the; Goldsmith church. The church was decorated in ferns in honor of the event. The program was!as follows: Read- Ing, Vella Bouse; vocal eolo, •Radiant Light," Mrs. 0. L. Hor- tion; selection, "Christ Arose," Hinkle Trio; isong, junior girls; piano solo, Mildred Delia Phares; selection, Hinkle Trio. I Mrs. W. F. Cole planned a pleasing birthday celebration for her husband, W. F. Cole Sunday at their home west of T stersburg. A large birthday cake formed the centerpiece for the hearily laden table. The cake, was bal ed by his daughter, Mrs. Otis Biljby. Those present were Harry Cole: and family of Tipton, Hazel Cole of Anderson, Otis Bilby| and family, and Bob and Lioyd Cole. Mrs. Emma Bilby who has been ill for the past several; weeks, is some better and is up;a part of the day. Her sons, Oscar jCloud near Tipton and Ed Cloud of near Sharpsville have been staying with her. J. H. Graham and w\fe wjere at Albany and spent Thursday- night with their daughter Mrs. Walter Rayls and family and- attended commencement exercises '•. 'their grandson, William Joseph.; Bousman being one of the graduates He also was a star player on the basketball team and won a sweat- guests and ;tho faculty and Mrs.jer and jacket. The address was PJiflllp' Bauer. Afternoon guests weife ,Mr. and Mrs. Lew Stewart of Kokomo, 'Ralph .Bauer and family were Sunday eVenlng guests^ of Mr. and Mrs. Henry. Slater of Elwood. ' • ' Clurld Campbel and family were Sunday afternoon 1 guests: of Chas. Hinkle and family of near Kempton. : , Mr. and Mrs. Dessie Barr left Saturday to spend the week with her/son, clyde Barr and family of Peru. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Snipe of Carroll county were Easter dinner guests of Jim Camphell and family. . '. [Frank Fishback and family were-Easter dinner guests of Leslie Cline and family of near Kempton. Other guests were Gilbert Sturdevant and family of near Ekin. ft' Notice of Administration. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed by! the Judge of the Circuit Court of I Tipton County. State of Indiana, administrator with the will annexed of the estate of John T. Cline, late of Tipton County, deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. : NOEL A. PURVIS, Ap?il 23. 1935. Administrator. ConT6 the tlpn» Rural Electric Il( poratioiu' Notteeli; ,. PtibUe Senrtee JCo; conduct pnbHc nei •eause in the rooms slon; 401 State Ho . Us, Indiana, at 10 o'clock bn:Tuenday, May l«h, lie participation is — PUBLIC SERVICE! CO) By Perry McCart, ~ Mole cook. Com Samuel >!>. Trabne, sioner. > Fred A. Wiecking, Public Co Indianapolis, Indiana, April 23rd, 1935. , A A A A A to KKK 95 — ENNA JETTIOKS 4r-, '• America's Smartest W Shoes. NTT-WAY SHOE North Side Square.— JAMES M. PURVIS, 'Attorney. 174-80-86-92 Notice of Administration. Mrs.! Hiraii Barrett sou).h of j three course dinner at 6:30 Keinptdn entertained Sninday Mr.j o'clock. Tbei; seniors were honor and Mljs. Lawrenfce !Barrett. Fojrt quests and ;the faculty and Mrs. Waynej-Mr. Ind Mrs. T<im Crum- Herman ; Rriiigs were special J given by W. P. Dearing, presi- haiiRh 'of Elwood 'and I Florence ! guests. Thri'| table; decorations | dent of Oakland City College and Barretlj of Tipton. I wore blue and white the Senior was a splendid one. Mr. and Mrs. Tom CrumbauRh class colors.'using • lighted tall Mrs. L. O. Teter of Kokomo Used Car Bargains A. H. Hinton Chrysler and Plymouth Guaranteed USED CABS Dodge Roadster 1033 Dodge Sedan 1032 Chevrolet Coach 1982 Pontiac Sedan 1031 Cliry&ler Sedan 1033 Plymouth Sedan W. E. Burgess Motor Co. Thousands of miles of Transportation Dealer* offer nnttraal valpw In ' Oleland Osborn and family of Windfall and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Maley east of Atlanta were Easter guests of Mr.' and Mrs. Clarence Conaway. Mrs. Conaway has been ill for the past feu- months is improving and able to be up part of the time. Mrs. George Stiffler of Patricksburg is visiting with her daughter Mr. and Mrsj Howard Phifer. Lee 'Rust and family of Culvar and Hester Ross of Ekin were week end guests of .Mr. and Mrs, Iris Honnold. Bptty, Patty and George Rust remained over with their grandparents for several weeks' visit. Mrs. Ira Slander of Peru. Mrs. Tracy Davis of Indianapolis an<l Mrs. Grover Sumner of near Cicero visited Sunday evening with Mrs.- Katie Stokes and other friends. 'Mrs. Clement Carson and daughters Marylin and Beverly of Peru spent Sunday with Mr. anj Mrs. Howard Carson. Mrs. Julia Nightenhelser is still confined to her bed with stomacji ailment having been ill for the past five weeks. Jack Loach who has been suffering from an infection from & scratch on the arm is feeling nn better and suffering much pain.i Mr. and Mrs." Dewey Mount of Cicero were Easter dinner guests of Mrs: 'Mary Mount, Ray Mount of Cleveland visited in the morning with his mother. : Mrs. Clem Hott is confined to her bed with a vericose ulcex on the limb. She vjill have to remain in bed for the next three months. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Morehead were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and'Mrs. Fred Wright at Hobbs). Mr. and Mrs. Dale Morehead <)f Tipton were evening guests. j Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolfinger of Indianapolis were- week end guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. Baden and family. ';' *' * ! of Elwood and Florence Barrett of Tipton. ' ; i Mr. ; and Mrs. Elmo Morri visitedj Friday with!Mr. apd Jess TJiomaa of Indianapolis. Mr. Thomas who has been sick w th heart trouble and dropsy remains in a serious condition. Raymond ! Wilson of. ;Fort Wayne, Harjre Wilson and, family and Mrs. iDill Williams of Tipton visited Sunday 1 with ' Mrs. Jane Wilson, \ ; ' I Burl Clark and 'daughter El- dent and Elois .Wficeler attended a dinner Sundayj given by Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Lineback north of Kempton'. Othej- guests' were Glen Eler and fanlily of Xoblcs- ville, Harry Spurgeon of Frioe- to'wn, Mr. and Mrs. David DOUK- las of Egletown, Clifford Lineback and family ofj Kokomo, Hay and Clyde Linebaek and family blue and white tapers in crystal holders.'The. place ' cards were, blue autograph books witli white was a Friday guest of |Mrs. Laura Perky Sunday. Afternoon '• guests were Mrs. Delia McLellaud - of narnatiojis as favors. Proceeding, Tipton, and Mrs. Teter. the dinner the welcome Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed by the Judge of 'the Circuit Court of Tipton County, State of Indiana, executrix of the estate of Peter Henry, late of Tipton County, deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. CATHERINE HENRY, April'22, 1936. Executrix. KEMP & KEMP, Attorneys. 174-80-86-92 Notice of Administration. ,. . Notice is hereby given that the T-.m Atir-iiPi' rptnrnpd to .\n-undersigned has been appointed Lana Michel returned to An i b » ueorco II. Autue gave? i^ana iMicnei retuiuuu LU nu- -.•«.—— •& —^ —--• ,!R to tho; Seniors with j d'erson Saturday after being atj^" 1 ^ *?° the response! by Jesso McMuIIan. the home of her parents Mr. and sponsor 'of MIC Seniors. FolowinK; Mrs. Dave Michel, for the past the dinner ilic class, will was read:,few weeks recovering from an ap- by Mary Floyd and the prophesy | pendicitis operation. ; of the JUnioi- class • by John Gos-j Churchille Barr aiid •! family Sard. Short talks'followed by Prof.) were Easter guests of ,Mrs. Barr's Dick and Mr. Briggs isponsers of: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Illges the classes/They immediately left; of near Atlanta. Other guests were for tlui Rosy Theater and wit- j Dale Wilson and family of Indi- nessed the show "In Spite of Dan-, anapolis. of. Tipton County, State of Indiana:, administrator of the estate of Margaret Bates, late of Tipton county, deceased. Said estate Is supposed'to be solvent. CHARLES A. BATES, April 2, 1935. Administrator. 3. F. FYKE, Attorney. 156-62-68-74 Legal S'oticc of Public Hearing. gers. 1 GOLDSMITH. Ralph Dauer and family were I Public Service Commission Docket No. 12145. Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs. petition for Certificate of 'Public KfiOGER GEOCEEY fr BAKING CO. Comforts, _„ __ f .^, SMITSQN?S LAUNDET & DRY CLEANING Phone 120 i See— L YOUNG & MASON . Suits and FuroishHJgr 106 East Jefferson St. Radio Repairs LINEBAOES BLUE BEACON A Goal With Bemarkable Heattng QnaliOe* Don W. Coffbt Erie Street Phone 70, and Ross Floyd^ai Prairie. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goodnight were Sunday dinner suests of Dr. and Mrs. Herman non. Mildred Laurence who is employed at the state Mr. and 'Mrs. G. L. Horton and Hay Shepne.rd wore guests Sun-; day at a lovely Easter dinner at the home i of Mr. Morton's par-; d family of j ents, Eli Horton -and family of near Jackson Station. Other were Hazel Horton of Indi- Beck of Leba- school at .Fort Wayne visited Sunday with her mother Mrs. Louis Laurence and her sister Alice, J. A. Meprill and family entertained Sunday at j rtlbner : their children including! Ralph 'White and family of Lafayette, Mr. and KEMPTON. Garrett Qossard t and family spent Sunday at HHHsburg the guests' of Mrs. jGpssard's pareijts Mr. and Mrs. Yk: Bolden. RevJ John 'were guests at Mr. and Mm. his fara lark and' fam Sunday -dinner Jbhp Boiell. Mr. Clark has accepted the paston te at : the! Chriatlin chnrch and * ill 17 here th|i;week bocapyjing the Barry- Hinkto home " mpM-nortBwept of K -. «*-—-»-i^' LCfion AiUtlHi ^ food m^rlwt flitirday i Mrs. Von Merrill Paul! Mefrill and ton, Mrs. Mary K: of I Frankfort, family of Tip- ng and daughter Virginia and Harry Merrill of Toledo, Ohio, Melba McKinney of Westfield and Chas Merrill and family south of 'Kempton. j Mr. and Mrsl|Dan Morarlty of Hartford^ j Conriettlcutt, j>-ifiited fromJThnr'sday until Monday with theirj uncle Mr. and Mrs. |J. I!. McCarthy and ccjusin!, Carl Mc- (larthy and family! Thjpy were en- REFRIGERATOR UNLESS IT HAS anapolis, and G. 6.| Horton and family of Tipton. fin' the afternoon the children ! enjoyed hunt- ins Easter e.cgs. : Harley Kelley was the Sunday | morning guest of his mother, j Mrs. Mnrtha Kelley of near Ekin. Mrs. Kelley, who has 1 been in vary] poor health all winter, has not j been so the past week. i Harry Patterson land family entertained !a number of relatives and friends Sunday 'at an Easier and birthday dinner in honor i of Mrs. Patterson, whose birthday was Saturday. There was a lai-go birthday c'iike, and many delicipus things! to!eat. There were about 21 guests'present to enjoy the day. • i ' ! Ralph parr of Peru was the Easter! gijost of his parents. route" honiB from GaHfprnia ; where they.spent! the! u-intcr ;visiting with'a sister of; Mrs. Morarlty and Claudo Barr and family. j A lovely i Easter ;piirly was held i at tho Goldsmith' church Satur- PhlllSp McCarthy. Mr. and! Mrs. entertained at : Ruth Griffethl Andrew 1 Griffith! ^unday : : dinner of Cleveland,; day afterioon for 'tlio children! of the two primary classes and the junior! class. They i were enter- 0., Mr. and Mrs.j John Grjiffeth of| Kokomoj Mark| Gbssard a|nld famr liy, Gifford Grtffeth a.nd -childrert and ! Marvin Ogle and fimily at Sheridan. A daiughter Mrs. i _L- ; . . u r i ther! Finkenbind Ohloj, was unatjle B-| and !|G. ndlknapolis v:i ;uetts;of jthelr p .rents M uo of Cleveland, to bo presdjit. ! | G. .jStdrm^ o| j week i end, d llnrer! guists ore ugh, a ad fam ram|es| R, —' ' F :or [ and i/lmiralOox 3f |rs a wiek J»n<ji D ' '" Stprhis. Other Sunday Wit ly dt irough f J. _ left! jSundajr where' ]s{i [htei- bee) the New Leonard j Electric Refrigerators! ; i ,1 j H. 1 SCHRADER & CO. V!= 1* Soil* MJiln-Bt. '! ilj - UNERAl RMAN -^ y ^: .. Preserves foods safely at temperatures below 50* I .' 'f' • Freezes plenty of iee and desserts quiekly Frigidaire '15 does these tfc«f* ietter-evei ii tie aettest weather—fcecaase ef'lhe which rli' .

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