The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 29, 1935 · Page 7
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 7

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, April 29, 1935
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TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SlALE OR TRADE REAL ESTATE WANTED—Woman to do janitor work. Ritz Theater. c-179 SALE—SO acres level black laud, good improvements, S70 per acre. L. W. Fuller. c-179 WANTED—Paper cleaning. Rev. Barnes. Phone 39. ; FOR, SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE — Registered Duroc boar. Phone Goldsmith. William R. Phares. P-1S1 WANTED—Garden plowing; work guaranteed. Ira O. Baden. Phone 3636. P' 191 second calf. Clintie Cochran. c-179 FOR SALE OR TRADE—Good i- wheel trailer. Harry Ilipber- ger. P- 179 FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the cheapest for farmer or poultryman; a few started chicks. Tiptou Hatchery. c-tf WANTED — Men over 35, well known, unquestionable reputation for sales work; also men qualified to be WANTED—Single man to work by mouth; references. Henry Funke, Tipton, Phone 36X7. p-180 DIVISION MANAGER in short time; write, giving clear, concise statement of experience, to J. C. Trask, 35 N. Warren St., Peru, Indiana. p-17S IMPORTANT—Order chicks in a<lv:im-e. Hatch each lion. Heavies 57.45 tier 10; 723 per 500: S7.DO per 1.000. II-KO tyiie While Lesliorns SC. 95 per 100: fC.73 per ;>00: $C 5" per 1.0»0. Few started chicks. Hoosicr ll.-itclii-ry. Michigantown, Ind FOR SALE—New Remington No. S noiseless typewriter, shopworn, regular price $79.50, sale price $G1.50 cash. Tribune Press. l£ SALK — 100-11). ice good condition: painting and paper hanging solicited. John GilUui, Diehl street. FOR SAtiE—One Fordshon tractor anil.plows; 1 team mules; 1 osbiirn 7-ft. grain binder; used Fordson tractor parts; full line of Oliver and Allis- Chalm'ers farming tools. Butz Implement Store, Hobbs. Ind. c-tf FOR F-ALE — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 55. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf FOR SALE—Crosley electric refrigerator: late, model, excellent condition; can be had for balance due on very easy terms by reliable party. Address Box 101. care Tribune. e-lSO FOR RENT l-'OIl RENT — Six-room house, garden, garage. Vice Barber Shop. P-1711 MISCELLANEOUS UPHOLSTERING, slip covers, refinishing, rugs bound. Charles Barchman, 12S South street. p-M-Tu-191 Hills Baptist Church. (Rev. M. S. Sparger, Pastor.) Sunday was a very interesting day for this church. There were 152 in the church school. Most of these remained for the morning service. The pastor M. S. Sparger spoke on the subject, "Voices," using as his text Revelations 4:20. The evening service .was one long to be remembered by those attending. A group of people from the Whiteland Baptist church presented "The Challenge of the Cross." Some folks were turned away for the lack of seating. The entire building .was filled to capacity. Mother's Day morning the pastor will speak on the theme "Heaven, Home and Mother." At the evening service the young people will present a playlet eu- titled, "Memories." The attendance at the Liberty church continues to increase. There were 125 in church school Sunday. Next Sunday will be a regular worship Sunday. JHECK UP on yourself; if your pay has been cut, talking about it won't help any; the quickest way to restore your old pay and then increase it, is to become a salesman; let us send you a book that tells about a plan that has qualified huu- drqds of men for success. Jack THE TJPION DAILY < SOB —^T 1 iT I M —aridtjbe Worst ia Yfttoij Co , il ! - • ' t' Cunningham, Internoaional Representative Correspondence Schools, 1S:M South Adams St., Marion, Ind. LADIES—Copy names, addresses for mail order linns; experience unnecessary. Write, enclose stamped envelope, Hum" Advertising, -101 Broadw.iy- New York City.. P-17S Remains in Tipton. Walter Kemp of Kokomo injured in a crash Monday of last week at the intersection of 31 and 2S west of Tijton, remains in Tipton and will not be moved for a few days. He is improving nicely and his broken shoulder is not giving so much trouble. Joe Ellers of Kokomo, driver of the light truck which collided with the Kemp automobile, is reported to he able to be out. his injuries being severe bruises. ^^^^^!^^i ' i' ' Mr. land Mrs. Edwin nd son flanny pt near Franttori ttended the commencement .-exy rcises Friday •' evening, a son Mayk McCJalh beingja member ol MONEY TO LOAN FARM LOANS—Reasonable rat': Fielding & Fielding. c U TRIAL BALLOOX Two Army Men Highly Satisfied With ]{<-sults. ' n:y T-iilt.-il I'n'ssV Newton," 111., April 29.—Two anny balloonists. landing here after a five-mile ascent into the sub-stratosphere, were "highly FOR RENT •— Modern heated I satisfied" today with the fnnc- roonis as low as $3 per week tioning of instruments which will Miller Hotel. Tribune Bids, t' KEXT^-Th rue-room -apart mcnt. furnished. I'hune 2:;in. o-l 7:i WANTED WANTKIJ — Paper hanging. C. K. toyncr, -!f>7 Green. p-lSo DON'T keep your OLD CAR too long... • It gets cosily to run and it loses trade-in value. TRADE IT IN FOR A BETTER USED CAR i • Ford Dealers have late 1933 and 1934 models at bargain. prices. Manjr nuke*. Liberal jjuarantee. Easy terms. Ford Dealer* Have tfae Beat Used Cars be used on a more ambitious flight this slimmer. Capt. Orville A. Anderson and his aide. Capt. Randolph T. Wilms, went aloft at Scott Field. Belleville, at 9:10 a. m. yesterday. They landed on a farm here, close to the Indiana line, four hours later. Results were so satisfactory, Anderson added, that no further test flights will be made before the army-national geographic society stratosphere flight in the South Dakota black hills in June. Left (For Kast. Miss Paulino Xfckey, residing east of Tipton, left Monday after- for New Haven, Conn., to be with her sister. Mrs. Cloyd Vore whose husband is very ill. Mrs. Vore phoned her mother, Mrs. Mont Nickey that Mr. Vore was much worse and she needed her sister. 1'OLICIO Those A passing motorist took th 1 two to the Mercy hospital at El In Stale' I'olice- Nrluork | wood where one had a seal Will He! KoMilicMl. i wound which required fourtee __j I, lacerations and U2 stitches wer stitchus. to close. The other ha his wounds. Indianapolis.'April 2». — in '-|, ISO ,i mediate construction of fortilied buildings to house state police radio broadcasting units at .las- !>er. Seymour and Columbia City he graduating class.; Mr. jancl Mrs. i Johnson was authorized! today by Al Fuenoy. state safety director. The fortilied |unit for the Indianapolis station already is completed and the continue to use in service at I Culver Academy. The driver was said to he a young liuuii named Thompson and was driving a 1!I2!) Ford coach. No report was made of the accident hiire and the officer was out Monday afternoon investigating '• the md daughter Betty^ o£ Indian- ipolls,! visited Dr. apid Mrs. B. y; Chance Saturday, i ! , | Splendid commencement exer- ises lor the 1935 graduating class of ,the Windfall high school were held at the Methodist church Friday evening. The |large attendance taxing the capacity of the church. The following prograin was rendered: Two; numbers by the high school band; Processional, Mrs. Carl Scudder, organist.. The faculty, ministers, speaker and trustee preceded the graduating class to the platform. The latter looked very pretty dressed in caps and gowns. They occupied the choir loft. Invocation, Rev. 3. T. Frost; vocal solo; Vespers, Joseph Ragains; Salutatory, James Vanness whose subject was Courage; the speaker, Virgil- Stinebaugh, made: an excellent address speaking on the subject, "To Everyone Openeth A Way, a Highway and A Low Way and Everyone' Decides Which j Way They Will Go"; selection, high school band; Valedictory, Herbert Shockney, who spoke on the subject of Ambition. In behalf of the seniors class young Shockney presented Mr. Hoover : with a gift, showing their lovejand appreciation for him and for the services he had rendered. ' ; A beautiful clarinet duet by James Moser and Joseph Sheridan, with Mrs. Kate Sheridan of, Kokomo accompanying on the piano. C. p. Hoover then presented the class, with their diplomas; Rev. G. W. Win- k were awarded' to Mrs. X*w- jt, Mrs. Smith second and Chet pall .consolation. The a were token to the dining and- seated; !atj a. long tahle B a luncheon was served. rs present were Mrs. Vane ting and .Mrs. Elmer Long, club wilTmeet in two weeks e home of Mrs. Wesley Abel. progressive "iunco Witt , $o| Knapp the -winner of the jpi Other games were enjoyed an, very clever Intelligence -1 when completed read "Rafre ments are /ready." The placecs were miniature diplomas with?, class colors of purple and g The brick ice cream and cane were also in the class colors. , •-• Mr. and Mrs. Ira Stauter have returned to .their home in Peru att'er a few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Grover Sumner. Mr. and Mrs. Stauter were errroute to their .home in Peru after spending the winter in Gradentown, Florida. Misses Edna Stout and Luella Mae Whisler spent several days this' week south on the Range Line with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stout. Mrs. Harvey Hiatt, Mrs. Elizabeth Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Carmean, Mrs. John Ridge, Mrs. Walter Hall, Mrs." Conrad Rode, Mrs. Ray Hildebrand and Mrs. Denzil Nagle were at Indianapolis this week and attended the Grand Chapter of the Eastern' Star. gel food cake and hot chocolate - ^ with marshmallpws were alaa served to Robert Thompson, Harry Thurston, Albert Rollings, Frederick Griffin, Robert Clarke, Robert Knapp, June Baker, Laura Alice Hall, Jeanette Shaffer, Edna Waltz, Hazel Stout, Ranyta Sowers of here and Charles Crutchfield of Indianapolis. Prior to the closing of school"" officers were elected for next year and they are as follows: Seniors: President, Glen Ehman; vice president, James Foxwortby; secretary and treasurer, Bruce -Hall; Juniors: President, Bobbie Shaffer; vice president, Frederick Rice; secretary, Myra Mae Whisler, and treasurer, Paul Dickey. Sophomores: President, Mildren department will; i he building now ! frey pronounced the benediction, thus bringing to a close one of the best commencement exercises ever presented' in Windfall. ARCADIA. Mr. iind Mrs. John i'imh at- Laml\ for thejstations at Jasper,! tended, the Uiand Chapter of the Mr'" Yore suffered a complete i ^ymour and Columbia City has o E . ^ that ( . 011V ened in Indian- nreakdown in health some time ''^n deeded ty the suite and :ll , olis |asl Wl . ok . Mr . mgb was a aco but improved slowlv and re-!«»'«"«» tor the, buildings can be • dclcsatl . from thl . local chapter broken immediately. Feeney said.. j llsloa d of lloran Terwilliger as cently returned to work. Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. In the matter of the estate of Mary Schmitt, deceased. ?" the Tipton Circuit court, April Term.-1935. Notice is hereby given that Jacob Schmitt. as executor :>f the estate of Mary Schmitt. deceased, has presented and filed his account and vouchers i:i final settlement of said estate, and that the same will come up for examination and action of j said Circuit Court on the 2nd ; day of May, 1835, at which By using FBUA labor, cost of 1 was rcpor ted. the buildings has been .held to less than ?.">,000 each. Feeney .said. j Broadcasting! from the Indianapolis. Jasper :jnd Culver .stations was begun last week. The Seymour station will be ready to tests within,two days and Mrs. Clifford Blackmail of Danville. Ills., accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Nola Gifford returned: to Danville Friday. Friday evenping guests of Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Moser were Mrs. Kate Sheridan and son Joseph of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Shaffer and daughter Jeanette, Mr. and Mrs. John Walt2, Misses June Baker, Genevieve Hartley and Edna Waltz attended the senior class play "Growing Pains" at Noblesville Thursday evening. . Mrs. Raymond Mason and daughter of Tipton were guests Friday of her mother Mrs. Pearl Sumner. Delta-Chapter of the Phi Beta Psi Sorority - were entertained Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Glen Drumm in honor of the Columbia <!ity station will be completed withiin two weeks. Wreck. ner of '. Waupecon. Mrs: Ted Armstrong is confined in her home suffering infection of the knee which is teeth. THE DAILY WHEEZE Her: "How do you like my nice slender figure?" Him: "In my arms!" Miss Democracy has to keep glancing in every mirror to ser; whether her hat is on straight. C R and G Car Bargains -1933 V-8 Deluxe Coach, radio. :;l930Model A Coach. iasj>?r- il A Coach. p of Cheap Used Trucks. Good Used Cars REDUCED IN PRICE To Fit Your Pocketbook- Priced From $50 Up Used Electric Washers New Delco Batteries $4.95 Exchange Service Motor Co. Bolck — Olds — Pontiac GSIC Trucks — Frigtdalrcs time all hei'rs, creditors or lega-: n , v shel .| rt Yirgi! C ardwell tees of said estate are required to . j , appear in said court and show^m the Hobbs community; Mrs ^ Krank Curri(! ^ in at her cause, if any there be, why said j Monday investigating an accident! ^ timH nitis account and vouchers should not W )iich occurred there about 3:00 be approved. Witness, the clerk and seal of said Tipton Circuit Court, at Tipton, Indiana, this 17th day of April, 1935. RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, (Seal) Clerk Tipton »* Jill 11 Ukiuiit:i& Linjii;«»in'ni, tr ,*'*>< ; o'clock sundavl morning in which! Mr., and Mr.,. W. Croyle and two Kokomo" holdouts, were in-''""I"*" " f Tcxas are vislti »? ^ jiired and thJir car wrecked, 'former's mother, Mrs. -Sarah They.had been! at Elwood and on ' Croyle. returning the driver is said to j Mr. jam! Mrs. A. Wilbcrt Breaks 171-77-83-89 "circuit "Court, have dozed oft] to sleep and the ', were called to Wesley Thursday »** car took the ditch at the curve! by thq death of an uncle, Benja- Xotice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. | j ust . cas t o f Hpbbs. I min Fi Stout. ; ^ Kokonio and Dr. and Mrs. Kratz-jMrs. Robert Gaud'litz of Spring field, 111. A brief business period was held after which several vi'th""an I games of bridge were enjoyed and iii<-i, i* 1 prizes for high scores were award- iniecnon UL iuu i\»iv.-w »,nitii J^ i t.,on,lit to be caused from bad ed to Mrs. Gaudhtz first, Mrs. H. R. Hartley second. A luncheon was served to those mentioned and Mrs. Niel Daily of Muneie, Maxine Hill. Mary Emma Sowers, Mrs. Eugene Overdorf and.Miss Used Car Bargains A. B. Hinlon . Chrysler and Plymouth | Guaranteed U$ED CARS 1088 Dodge Sedan Co««h In the matter of the estate of Mary E. Smith, deceased. In the Tipton Circuit Court, April Term, 1935. Notice is hereby given that The Citizens National Bank, as administrator of t,he estate of Mary E. Smith, deceased, has presented and filed its account and vouchers in final settlement of : said estate and that the samo will come up for exami nation and action of said Circuit Court on the 6th 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 12th day of April, 1935. RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, (Seal) ' Clerk Tipton. 16 5-71-7.7-8'3 __ Clrcut^ Court. Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. In the matter of the. estate of L'ucinda Kelley, deceased. In the Tipton Circuit Court, April Term, 1936. Notice is hereby given that Harry O. Henderson, as .administrator of the estate of Luclnda Kelley, deceased, has presented and filed bis account and vouchers n 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 Mar. If 36. at which time aU*««« creditors or-legatees of sajd ' • Jfi '«!5fcJk. W4>« Juanita Mahan. David Jones went to Kokomo Saturday to attend the funeral of his brother Frank Jones who passed away in the Kokomo hospital Wednesday. .Mr. Jones . attended the funeral of his sister Mrs. D. C. Jenkins Monday and became ill Tuesday and was taken to the hospital where his death occurred Wednnesday morning at six o'clock. Death was due to cancer of the larynx. Cull Dickovor of Lima. 'Ohio, came Thursday to' visit over the week end with his sister Mas. Valeria Underwood. -. Mrs. Alice Riggs who recently came here from ; Anderson and started a Beauty! Shoppe has moved back to Anderson. Her daughter Mrs. Lena Lierman .of Anderson spent sejveral days here last week with her mother. JJ E. Hiatt who'has been ill for the ipast five weeks with pneumonia is better and is able to'be out again. K Rev.!:and Mrs. iR. B; Givens of Summltyllle visited Tuesday afternoon I'With Mrs:| Amanda .Rpll- ings at:the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Loomls. Mrs. Rollings is afflicted! with a ' breaking 'put caused j>y kidney trouble. Her fa- therj wijih whom 'sfie had been living j fp^j a number of years ; juts gbn4 tolTlpton and will;visit with his jother daughters. Mrs. Newton " "' Ll1 and Mr?. Walter Cpr- Mrs. Mary Teal and Miss Emma Knause have, as their house guests this week Mrs. Edna Tomes and sons, Paul and Mark and Mrs. W. S. Lambert of Johnstown, Pa., George Tomes of Gary and Miss Kathryn Lynn of Shadyside, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knipp of Urbana, 111., Mrs. Roger Barbour, son Henry and daughter Margaret of Glen Elly. 111., Mrs. Arthur Bobbitt and Mrs. Everett Owen of Oak Park, 111., Mrs. Alice Biermann of Bloomington, Miss Helen Biermann of Lebanon and Dr. Dorothy Teal of Columbus. They came to attend the funeral of Rev. Orla Tomes of Johnstown, Pa., which was held in the Christian church here Tuesday afternoon. Rev. Tomes had conducted services in .his church Friday night an'd had immersed three new members and had gone to his study to change clothes. When he did not return to the church Mrs. Tomes and some friends investigated and .found him lying on the floor unconscious. He was rushed to the hospital where he expired three hours later. Rev. A. L. Ward of Noblesville had charge of the funeral arrangements. Rev. H. R. Ford of Marion, a former pastor of the Johnstown church read the scripture lesson; Rev. J. H. Mavity, former pastor and principal of the schools when Mr. Tomes graduated spoke several words and Rev. Carl Burnett of Lebanon, classmate and personal friend gave a short talk and Rev. Ward delivered the sermon. Rev. M. G. Shuster, present pastor of the Gary church. Rev. Fred Wolff, personal friend, Rev. Carl Poor,' bf Laporte, Rev. Carries of Hessville, and other ministers -were present. A delegation of forty members of his former church at Gary attended and a mixed quartette from that church furnished music. Mrs. Tomes and sons and Mrs. Lambert and Miss Lynn left Friday for their homes. Miss Barbara Lee Riebeling was the Thursday dinner guest of Mrs. Clarke Burton in Noblesville. . Cliff Boden of Dunkirk spent from Saturday until Monday here with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Campbell. ' .' "* Miss Genevieve Hartley 'delightfully entertained the members of the senior class at her home Tuesday evening with all the class present' but four members. The evening was spent in playing Mosbaugh, vice president, Geneva Killer; secretary and treasurer, Agnes Clark; sponsor, Wesley Abel. School officers: Secretary, . Rachel Waltz, and treasurer, John: • Mundell. The members of the Kill Rare Klub were entertained at a pretty party Monday night when they were invited to the country home of Mrs. Harry Gwinn with Mrs. Gwinn and Mrs. Charles Carter as hostesses. Upon their arrival at the Gwinn home they were told that they were going to take a . ride and were taken to Noblesville where they saw the play "Roberta." After the show they .re^ turned to the Gwinn home where a luncheon was served to a guest « Mrs. John Noble, and members, Mrs. Leland Perisho, Mrs. Vane Learning, Mrs. Glen Drumm, Mrs. Nina Rodenbeck, Mrs. Paul Apple, Mrs. Mabel Whisler, Mrs. Frank Conley and Mrs. James . Correll'. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams of Prattsfork, Ohio, are spending several days at the latter's home here. See the New Leonard Electric Refrigerators H. J. SCHBADEB & CO. J.CPENNEY-ea 116-118 South Main St. LEATHEEMAH FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Furnace Coils Waste Fuel Replace Your Coil With " a Self Action GAS WATEfi HEATEB Public Service Co. of Ind., > •' ' • . • ''MraJifihirl .Rlebjeltng iwas hogt- — ""' iieiRbers of "-''" '6row HealtKy Chicks •^Naiiw'bf Our -.-. . -.. .'_^ , 'i:3..i-. u 'JV - ' ' r Bulletin, 9c BREAD— li/ 2 -lb. loaf ... KEOGEE GBOCEET & BAKING CO. Comforts, SMTTSOirS & DEY See— YOUNG & Suits and

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