The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 25, 1935 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
Issue Date:
Thursday, April 25, 1935
Page 5
Start Free Trial

< TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY WANTED—Cows to pasture; also garden plowing. Zebbie Chrls- FOR SALE-!—Potatoes. Charles Michel, Phone 12XS. c-177 FOR SALE^-Work horse. Ray Quellhorst. , p-177 FOR SALE-^Steel and fiber trunk, two trays. COS E. Jefferson. c-175 FOR SALE—Pure bred yearling Duroc male. Sylvester Ehman, Atlanta. p-176 FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the'cheapest for farmer or poultryman; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf FOR SALE — Four Jersey cows, one fresh, three heavy spring- ers. . S. L- Wiles, Appleton farm. p-176 IMPOKTANT—Order chicks in advance. Hatch each ' Mon. Heavies 57.-15 per 100; L <- "5 per sou: J7.00 per 1,000. " Large type White Leghorns SB So per 100; 56.75 per :>W: JO 50 per 1.000. Few started chicks. Hoosicr Hatchery, Michigantown,' Ind . FOR SALE — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 55. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf FOR SALE-Ulced's Yellow Dent seed corn and one yearling Dull. L. tlooduight, p-177 roc boar. Kempton FOR SALE-j-New Remington No. S noiseless typewriter, shopworn, regular price ?79.50, sale price ?G1.50 Press. cash. Tribute tt FOR SALK—Simmons metal bed mattress and spring, good as new. IS; electric "EAT" outdoor sign, cost new $28, price 512. Ida S. Buni'h, Phone 1507 i p-17G FOR SALE—One Fordshon tractor and plows; 1 team mules; 1 Osboru 7-ft. grain binder; used Fordson tractor parts; full line of Oliver and Allis- Chalmers farming tools. Butz Implement Store, Hobbs. Ind c-tf FOR SALE—Frost proof i-ahbugc yellow resistant; head lettuce: if you want to raise hoards, now is the tinte to put them out; home gr.own plants, 5c dozen; why pay more? B. C. Cham hers, North Independence St One square east Nickel Plat Depot. • C-17G' FOR RENT tensen, east of park. p-175 WANTED — Garden plowing. Shuppard Brothers. Phone 2167. c-177 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's. p-Tu-W-Th-193 hesday morning. Her mother ic- companfed her an 1 will rem at the hospital for nalri lah reek end guests 'at a few days. MISCELLANEOUS NEWSPAPER REPORTERS: You are in a great training school for the profession of advertising; learn technique through interesting home study course and qualify for a better job in this field; free booklet. International Correspondence Schools, Jack Cunningham, Representative, 1S34 South Adams street, Marion, Irid. c-177 MONEY TO LOAN FOR RENT — Modern heatec rooms as low as $3 per week • Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. t WANTED WANTED—To rent 5 or 6-room house with garden. Phone 391. p-176 FARM LOANS—Reasonable rats Fielding & Fielding. c «f Loose leaf recipe books, for favorite recipes for the lady who is particular. The Tribune Press. ATLANTA. Mrs. Earl Crail-returned to her home north of Atlanta after a week spent at Groomsville. On arriving home she found Mr. Crail sick in bed having been ill for several days. Mrs. Kittie Walton returned home Monday having visited with her daughter Mrs. Don Cooper and husband at Kokomo since Thursday. Russell Cochran of Gary spent the week end with his mother Mrs. Mate Cochran and attended the alumni banquet Saturday evening. Atlanta chapter No. -130, Eastern Star, held their regular business session Monday evening after which a very fine Easter program was enjoyed. Mrs. Viola House gave the story leading up to the crucifixion with appropriate music with John Bozell as soloist. A mixed quartet -composed of Francis Barker, Catherine Essig, Bernice Bauchart and John Bozell was very much enjoyed. There were guests from Tipton and Indianapolis chapters. After the program a delicious pitchin supper was served. Mildred Jane Fox of Sheridan spent the week end with Ruby Small and aunt Cora Aldridge and ittended the school picnic held at Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gunning entertained at Easter dinner Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McCarty [of Kalamafoo, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon McCarty at near Westfleld, Pauline Overdorf ' of Cicero, Robert Mccarty and family of near Omega ind Merrill McCarty and family pf Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. Kdnneth McCarty of Kalamazoo, Michigan, spent the week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCarty. They also attended the alumni banquet Saturday ! evening. Mrs. Agnes Morehead visited Thursday with Mr. ! and Mrs. Dale •Morehead at Tipton. Mrs. Charles McCloskey of near Logansport was th,e Saturday over-night and Sunday guest of her sister Emma Davis and family. Mrs. McCloskey was guest speaker at the alumni banquet. She was a former pupil and also teacher in Atlanta school Before her marriage. A former principal, O. E. Maple, attended and also gave an interesting speech.! The fine program was heartily enjoyed. j Irvin Orr and family of Indianapolis were Easter dinner guests of Mr. and ;Mrs. Ike Paul. Mrs. Orr recently ; returned from Arizona and California where she spent the winter Sfr her health. The stork called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gfen Royer Tuesday at 11:30 a. mj and left a fine baby girl that tipped the scales at 7 pounds. The little one is the first child of Mr. and Mrs. Royer and has been named Marjory Jean. She is welcomed by two half-brothers Eugene and Dallas Barret^, ,Tlie mother was formerly Mary Douglas daughter of Mrs Mayme Douglas (k Atlanta. Mr. Royer is the son of Mrs. Isa Small of Cicero. ; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gunst, ,Sr. Lloyd Warfel and "family and Otto Gunst were Easter dinner guests of Mrs. Gunst's fjither Lawrence Haas and Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson at Pendleton. j ' Ernest Taylor and family of end guests M. Taylor arents, Mr. and Mris. If red Hen-j erson. ;; j ; • j • : ; j Mr. and Mrs. : Bail Pejndergrass ntertained at 'dinneij Sunday Mrs. Mary Stafford, Mrs. Edith Moore, nd Mrs;. .Maud Bruner and! son Vilbur of Anderson. Mrs. Joe Henderson and son 5avy were the Satur Jay guests of er mother Mrs. Ivf. Snyder of [emlock. . i GL i The Women^j Foreign Mission- WANTED—Garden plowing; work guaranteed. Ira O. Baden. Phone 3536. p-191 WANTED-r-Household, yard, gar. den work. Call 4344. p-16S WANTED—Paper cleaning. Rev. Barnes. Phone 39. c-179 MEN—Age 21-3r,, 5 ft. 7 in tall, good health, to qualify for government work; salary $1,800; must have quick action; write at once, t'ivil Employees Training, Box IE, Tribune. p-175 Used Cars IN PRICE ZJour Pocketbook— L From $50 Up ijlectric Washers ilco Batteries !J)5 Exchange Motor Co. Bnicfc — Olds — Fontlac CMC Trucks — Frigidaires Rand G Jsed Car Bargains V-8 Deluxe Coach, with radio. Jlodel A Coach. A Coach. Used Noblesville park Saturday. Easter dinner guests of Mrs. iarah Baden and son Orlie were Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Gibson of Castleton and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Baden of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Fouch, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fouch, east of Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Fouch and Mrs. Elizabeth Lee of Indianapolis .were Easter Day guests of Floyd Fouch and family west of Indianapolis. Mrs. David Dunn " entertained Anderson were of Mr. and Mrs. 9. They also attended the alumni banquet of which Mr. Taylor is a member. i Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scully of Indianapolis spent the week end a thei.r home in Atlanta. Alberta Shock who is a patien at the Noblesville hospital is improving. Rev. and Mrs. H. M Thrasher and Mrs. Shock called on her Tuesday afternoon. WKST ATLANTA. at Easter" dinner Sunday complimentary to the 23th birthday anniversary of Mr. Dunn. Two lovely birthday cakes decorated with his name and age graced the prettily appointed table which was decorated with spring flowers. Mr. Dunn received several useful gifts. Alberta Conaway daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Conaway was rushed to the Methodist hospital at Indianapolis Tuesday morning. The little girl had just recovered from an attack of measles and was able to be be out but was not quite well when she suffered a gathered head which" developed into mastold trouble for which she underwent an operation Wed- Used Car Bargains A. H. Hlnton Chrysler andi^lympnth ,- .. • . »'•' • \_-. ^_-.. Albright Notes: Sunday schoo at 9:30; preaching at 1$:30. Rev. C. A. Schlemmer, wil preach his last sermon Sundaj morning. East Union -Notes: . Sunda> school 9:30. The Easter program given Sunday evening was largely atended. Clifford Illges and family re turned to their home in Aurora 111., after visiting the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Shafe and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Illges. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Nancej en tertained Sunday; at their horn near Walnut Grove, Mr. and Mrs J. P. Margraf of Fort Wayffe, Mr and Mrs. Dale Morehead and so of Tipton and Mrs. Pearl Carson Wayne and Don Carson west o Atlata. Sunday guests .of S. R. Mohle and family were , Blanche Mohle of Muncie, Mr. and Mrs. Die Grove of Tipton,! Mr. and Mrs Harlod Lee and son Bob.Rev. an Mrs. Charles Schlemmer of Wa bash, Lois Schlemmer of Nort Manchester, Charles Mohler o Atlanta and Elmer Leach. Mon day guests In the Mohler horn were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Long o Kokomo and Ci D. Mohler o Atlanta. Indianapolis visitors Tuesda were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Illge and daughter Donna Mae, Mre Wesley Shafer, Mrs. Clemond I ges and Mrs. Otto Illges north o Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hoi man o Arcadia were Sunday guests o Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holman o Albright: j; • Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Mohle and Mr. and Mr*. Claud GUHsplt of Tipton wwe tpe Sunday guesti ot Mr. ^nd M$ of Dantl le were the the Ann of Omegkiware former's, ry district convent: t Hopewell Friday. on was held Those from Nevada Attending ;Were Mr. and Irs.' Weight Glass:, Mrs. Frank ugh, Mrs. Bail Periderigrass and :osella (Freeman. ;| plrsl. Minnife from Qreentown I also at- ended, i j Mr. apd Mrs. Frank iPugh at- ended an Easter program Bunay | afternoon at the iNeighbor r ood House in Kpkoni<p. ! Mr .and Mrs. pinfold! Wood of 'airfield^ and Mr. anjd Mrs. Tunis lendersbn weire the] Sunday diner guests of;Mr. aiid Mrs. John dlewinej of Greenjown.' Mr. and Mrs. Frfcnk Cage of weetzer were the Sunday even- ng guegts of Mrs. Delia; Cage and aughter Freda. .Mrs. Margie^ Schrader and chil- tren of| Hemlock and [Mr. and Irs. Walter Blessing were the Tuesdayj guesjs of 1 Mr.! and Mrs. "unis Henderson. Mr. and.Mrs. John Pool enter- ained at dinner -• Sunday R-r-.v. Jollingsworth aijdj family <»f Hussiavjlle, Elmer! jMcXew and amily bf Kolxomo j and Ralph iltigg and family : of Cpntcr. Ralph Graham and i family of lemlock spent Sunday night with Joe Henderson! and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Ilendet- 011 entjertainied at I their hotiH Saturdajy- evening at a weinar oast: Dallas; Sn5'dor and fami^v of Fort| Wayne, Garth S-cott aiui lamily r of Indianapolis, Thelmn rlender^on, and Arthur Youns and faijiily of Kokomo. John DeWitt and family of aer guests Sunday of Mr> and j Mrs. Vane ' .on mtn tf ' ' i learning. , Mr. and Mrs. Caj-1 Overdorf entertained at an Blaster dinner and birthday) of their son Eugene who was twinty-onej on Wednesday. The Cueists included Mr. and Mrs. Charles) Phillips of Lansing^ Mich., Mr| and Mrs. i Doyle York] Mrs. Mattle [Raquet and son Hu-j bert of Inditnapolis, Mrs. Bertiq Gnilkey of Noblesville, Mr. and' Mrs. Eugena Overdorf and Mrl and Airs. Marshall Branson. Mri and Mrs. Frank Whisler were afternoon guests. ; Mrs. Zola'Winders of Indianapolis and George Shaffer -were dinner guests Sunday of 'Mr. and Mrs. Curt Maker. Mr. and Mrs. Lew Groves entertained i at; a pitchin dinner Sunday in hjohor of their thirty- fifth wedding anniversary which occurred on;Euster. This was the first time [sinc(i theiriwedding day that Easter bias fallen on the same day. The ! guests included her mother Mrs.! Sarah Cornelius, Mr. and Mrs. Doriavon Wilson and family, Mr.! and. Mrs. Raymond Groves and ifa'mily. Mr. and Mrs. John Albright and Sirs. Blanche Krause of Indianapolis, and Misses MaylieHe Sims and Fayola Gnilkey. Miss Sims presented Mrs. Groves' with a lovely three- layer take i'ith the words "Haji- py Easter!' On the frosting. Misses Sims undlGJiilkey remained for a tcv,- days' visit with Miss Jean Isabella f!roves. Dr. and Mrs. Bert Bryant visited in Iridihnapolis -Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson. Mrs. Wilson wjioi has been very poorly for the past! few years was slight- ,ly improved. On Wednesday Mr:;. Bryant visited in Tipton with her niece Mrs. C. ' 1). Ildbbs. Tlio latter has been ill for several weeks and renidinfe about the same. Mr. and ^Mr.s. W. : S. Ken- of Vincenne* came Saturday and brought Jane: Hartaly who had been visiting in their homn the past month to hor home here and day remained nights in! the Loomis home. | ji • : • Mr. and Mrs. James Shorter II. It. Windfall were Sundav afternoon Mrs. Kerr njniaiued for a visit I I • i I » : I guests of Howard J DeWitt amily. j Basil Orr and family and with her daughter Mrs. Hartley. vjsitfd Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wayno Morgan of KokomoL Ralph Rogprs of j Eafit Chicago spent Ijis spring vacation in the home of Clyde Reeder and family. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Wqlch?r of the Rock Prairie community entertained a group of relatives and friends Tuesday evening at a miscellaneous shower for their daughter, Mrs. John Nephew and husband. The honor guest re- eived many lovely 'gifts. AlUMDIA. Mr. arid jMp. William Hughe,-; had as their guests Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Albright and Albert Sliafer of Indianapolis and Miss Evcilyn Smith. Rev. and'! Mrs. Russell Showalter of Anderson were Saturday and Sunday guests ' of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas JBarnhizer. Mrs. Pearl -itmnor and daughter Marjbrie were Sunday 'even- lug guests Mr. and Mrs; Leo Miss Lois Dawson has returned to her studies at Indiana university after a few days'! visit with her parents, ;Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dawson. | j i Mr .and Mrs. Joe Montgomery of Alexandria were 1 giiests Sunday of 'Mr. and Mrs[ Charles Farrar. Mr. Farrar Wlio Buffered a stroke of paralysis u week ago is very pdorly. j | Lloyd Barnett, has returned home from, spending several weeks jn Peru as the guest 'of his brothei; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Loucks. : | Mr. and Mrs. Wid Burton had ns their dinner 'guests Sunday Rev. Earle Farmer of i Indianapolis andi Mr. and 'Mrs. Clarke Burton of Noblesville. j Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barnes entertained dt dinner Sundajy Cull Dickover of iLima, phio, Mr. and Mrs. "Ed Mosbaugh 'of Noblosvillo, Marita Booth, J&ri Valeri^i Underwood and Mr. and ' Mrs. Charles Booth. j :' » Mr. ;and Mrs. Barnejy Cox were dinner: gucstii of Mt. and Mrs. J^\t Cox in Clcdro Suida^. Mr: and Mrs. Dean peVaney of Indiana- polls were ajfteriipon and evening guests 'of thje fo^mfer. ; Mrs, Lelli Fox and Mrs. Sadie Wherry. Miss! ^larjorie who is a member of} the '1935! graduating class began her studies at the Indiana JJeiuty School Monday. Dr. anjd Mrs. W, T. Smith and (laughter' Billy of Hammond were guests froni Saturday until Monday of Mir. and Mrs. -Norman Barker. ; ; Mr. and iMrs. Ona Wiley of Kokomo were Saturday guests of Miss Marita liooth. Mr. and iMrs. Herbert Loomis had as their,.guests from Friday until Sunday Mrs. Harriett Kuck- ort, Mrs. Nada Bprmans, Mrs. Earl Tauhr! ind son and Mildred Kuckert all of Mt. Vurnon, Ohio, ajnd Mrs. Blanche Fecl- ry of Indianapolis. Additional dinner guests Sunday were Mrs. Minnie Balder and i Mrs. Carrie McCammonj of Indianapolis. Afternoon guests wore Mr. and Mrs. Orla Hoetcher of Frankfort and Mr.'andJMrjs: Frank Ray-of Fairmount. Mrs; Julia Martin Fleming of Hobart 'who visited friends here from 'Friday Until Wcdncs- Cornelius had as guests Easter M Tiptor tendet Mr. •FOJ and alumtt their 'dinner ind Mrs. Robert West and qaighter Judith Ann of Hag< rsto vn, Mr.'and.Mrs. Glen Whisler an 1: ( aughter Betty Jean of Ind anai'ol a and Mr- itud "Mrs. Buster! Fo^ and family of "\e. Whislier at- banquet nt MR. The FIRST Six Weeds of My 'Life Are Most Important R G Jc Sjkarter and Mrs:! Tom Inman of Indianapolis visited here Saturday j evening with Mr. and Mrs. Jake Shafer and Mrs. Elizabeth Jordan: Mrs. Jordan accompanied them \ home and will j attend the grand j chapter of the Eastern Star. ! Mr. and iMrs. Charles Phillips of Lansing, Mich., were week end guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Carl Overdorf and attended the Atlanta alumni. Mrs. Elizabeth Overdorf who is spending several weeks in the Overdorf home spent ISatur- day with her brother^ Dan Barker. Hejis S& years of age and she is 92. On Sunday'Mrs. Overdorf was the dinner guest of Mr. and j Mrs. Ezra Ovordort east of town. ; Miss Geneva Menninger, Mrs. George iMetsker and daughter Mary LOii of Indianapolis and Mrs. Charles Metsker of Noblesville were guests Sunday of Mrs. Margaret Bowser and son Everett. Dr. an'd Mrs. Bert Bryant were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wells at Elwood. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lieurance were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and! Mrs. Thurman Long at Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. Lieurance left Monday for Warren where they will spend the summer on their farm. Bobby Joe and Marianna Lieurance will remain for a few weeks with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs.'Curt Maker. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Koden- beck and children of Indianapolis were Saturday night and Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sowers. Other guests Sunday, were Mr. and; Mrs. Ed Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Truax of Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Scherer and family of Kokomo were evening guests and brought Mrs. Hattie Kidder who n^ikes her home with Mr. and Mrs. Sowers, to her home. Miss Mary Catherine Riebeling of Tipton spent Saturday and Sunday here with her uncle Mr. and P.Irs. Shirl Riebeling. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Brown and family of Fishers were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Clara Hartzler. Mr. and Mrs. Brown moved back to their farm home east of town Monday after a successful school term at Fishers. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Drunrm had as their dinner guests Sunday Henry linger of Nbrristown, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Will Shryock' of Cicero, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weer and -Vrs. Emma Trietsch. Mr. tTnger just recently came-to Arcadia for a visit with his sister Miss Lucinda Unger who snf- t'eivd a stroke of paralysis -several months ago. ! Mr. and .Mrs. Irvin .Reddick of Noblesville have moved here and are llviii; in the Dresner property on East Main street. Mr. Reddick is employed by the Smith Motor Sales Company. Howard Guy and Howard Williams spent several .days this week in Indianapolis attending the grand lodge of the K.: of P. Gordon Sowers spent Sunday lit Martinsville with Mrs. 'Sowers who is in a sanitarium ther.e. Ward Mosbaugli who recently moved here from Indianapolis spent Saturday in Noblesville and was employed by the Miller-Jones Shoe Store. Ward is an! expert salesman and prior to moving here was employed in the shoe department of the Wasson store. ! Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith were Sunday! dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ah-in Smith at New Augusta. MisslLuella Wann of Madison, New Jejrsey was the Thursday evening guest of Miss Mary Emma Sowersj Miss Wann whp Is attending DePauw university.where she is |a junior, is the daughter of Mr. land Mrs. Harry Wann of Madison, formerly of Arcadia: Mr. and -Mrs. Russell Shew of Eaton !were -Sunday guests of -Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shew; Bankrutpcy Notice.' In the District Court of the United .States for the Southern District of j! Indiana, indteJ|*poH8 DlvlsHont .In the matter of Roscbe |;E. Teter, bankrupt. No. 8438 In Bankruptcy 1 . First Meeting'; of Creditors. [.. ! To 110 creditors of Ro^coe E. Teter, 1. fl. No. 1, Tiptonj voluntary be nkrupt, of Tipton County, and the District aforesaid: - Notli e is hereby given :hat on the 18£h flay of April. AB. Tete fi meeting. The time for filing claims in this cause -will expire on October 16. 1936. H '.< CARL WILDE, Referee Indianapolis, Aprn 24, 1935. in Bankruptcy. c-175 Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. In the matter of the estate of • : Lucinda Kelley, : deceased. ; the'Tipton Circuit Court, April Term, 1936. Notice ds hereby given that Harry O. .Henderson, ad adminis-j trator of the estate of Lucinda' Kelley, deceased, has presented; and filed his account and. vouchers in final settlement of said estate,: and that the same will- come up for.examination and action of said; Circuit Court On the'20th day of| May, 1935, at which time all heirs,' creditors or legatees of said estate, are required to appear in said court and show cause, if any there be, why said account and vouchers should not be approved. Witness the clerk and seal of said Tipton Circuit Court, at Tipton Indiana, this 25th day of April, 1935. RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, (Seal)175-81-87-93 Clerk Tipton Circuit Court. ! Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. In the matter of the estate of Daniel W. Hilligoss; deceased. In the Tipton Circuit Court, April Term, 1935. Notice is hereby given that The Citizens National -Bank of Tipton, Indiana, administrator with will annexed • of the estate of Daniel W. Hilligoss, deceased, has presented and filed its account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate, and that the same will come up for examination and action of said Circuit Court on the 20th day of May, 1935, at which time all heirs, creditors or legatees of said estate ate required to appear in said court and show cause, if any there be, 'why said account and vouchers should not be approved. . Witness the clerk and seal of said Tipton' Circuit Court at Tip- TM.REC.ULS.MT.Otfe OTHER woans on the west line of said out lot forty-eight (48) to the south line of Jefferson street; thence east on the south line of said Jefferson street sixty-sis feet to the place of beginning, and being sixty-six (66) feet oft of the entire west side of out lot forty-eight (48) in the town, now city, of Tipton, in Tipton County, Indiana. Should said rents and profits not sell for a sum sufficient to satisfy said execution and decree,'I will at the same time and place offer for sale at public sale, the fee simple of said real estate, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution and decree, said sale to be made without any relief whatever from valuation or appraisement laws, and by virtue of a foreclosure of mortgage on said described real estate. In.witness whereof I have here- ton, Indiana, this 25th day of | unto set my hand and official seal April, 1935. RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, (Seal) Clerk Tipton 175-1S1-187-193 Circuit Court. Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. In the matter of the estate of Jesse R. Coleman( (deceased. In the Tipton Circuit Court, April Term, 1935. ' Notice is hereby given that The Citizens National Bank of Tipton, Indiana, as executor of the estate of Jesse R. Coleman, deceased, has- presented and filed its ac:punt and vouchers in final settlement of said estate, and that the same will come up for examination and action of said Circuit qourt on the 20th day of May, t!935, at which time all heirs, creditors or legatees of said estate aird required to appear in said court and- show cause, if any there be, why said account and vouchers should not be approved. ! Witness the clerk and seal of said Tipton Circuit Court, at Tipton, Indiana, this 25th day of April, 1935. •RAYMOND W. SIMPSON. (Seal) Clerk Tipton 175-181-1S7-193 Circuit Court. « i > Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. In the matter of the estate of Carpline* Means, deceased. In the 'Tipton Circuit Court, April ! Term, 1935. . i Notice is hereby given that The Citizens National Bank as , executor of the estate of Caroline Means, deceased, has presented and filed its account and vouchers iu final settlement of said estate, and that the same will come up for examination, and action of •?aid Circuit Court on the 20th lay of May, 1935, at which time all heirs, creditors or legatees of said estate are required to appear in said court and. show cause, if ainy there be, why said account '^nd vouchers should not be approved. ••] Witness, the-clerk and seal' of said -Tipton Circuit Court, at Tipton, Indiana, this 25th day of !ipril, 1935. RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, (Seal) 175-181-187-193 Clerk Tipton Circuit Court: Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate.! i Notice is hereby given that the .undersigned sheriff of Tipton County, Indiana, by .virtue of an execution, with decree! attached. Issued to me by the Clerk of the tipton Circuit Court in an action therein pending wherein Home Savings and Loan Association of Tipton, Indiana, is plaintiff, and Harry ' Levi, Fannie Ljevi, First National Bank of Tipton, Indiana, The Indiana' Oxygen Com- pa'ny are defendants/being Cause No. 2666 in said court, Commanding me to. make the sum of $l, ET05.65 costs and accruing costs, with Interest to date of sale, will by virtue'of a levy made on said execution and decree, !offer for sale on Saturday, May! 11, .1935, between the hours .of 10:00 a. m. k^di *;00 p. m.,Vat the tfoor of the bt>urt house in the Cltytof Tipton,- llpton County, Indiana^ at public Hie to the highest bidder, the rats and profit! {or a term not » exceed seven yearn by the Mr, jot the followinj described r 41 Wtata tn Tipton County, In-, »*8f'«»*K v iv} t . V.. iA this 10th day of April, A. D. 1935. S REUBEN A. CARDWELL, Sheriff of Tipton County, Indiana. PURVIS & PURVIS, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 163-69 75-81 See the New Leonard Electric Refrigerators H. J. SCHRADER & CO. J.C.PENNEYGO 116-118 South Main St. LEATHEEMAN FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Furnace Coils Waste Fuel Replace Your Cott WOi-:- a Self Action -'! GAS WATER HEATER Public Service Co. of Ind.\ AAAAA to EEE $5 — EXNA JETTICKS — S& America's Smartest Walking-. Shoes. -, .-NU-WAY SHOE STOEB North Side Square — BREAD— 1%-lb. loaf KROGER BAKING CO. Comforts, SMITSON'S LAUND! &DRYCLEANIN( Phone 12a;;.-§|| See— YOUNG & Suits and 106 East Jeffe LIN

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free