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TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOE SALE OR TRADE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—80 acres level black land, good improvements, §70 per acre. L. W. Fuller. c-179 FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE — Registered Duroc boar. Phone Goldsmith. William U. Phares. p-lSl FOR SALE — Guernsey cow with second calf. Clhkie Cochran. c-17!) FOR SALE—Gas range, with oven below. Call at 53S Oak St. c-180 FOR SALE — 3 or 4-pieee overstaffed suite and lawn mower. Mrs. F. N. Ramsay. 1S1 FOR SALE—Comb honey. 10 Ibs. for $1.00. Kathleen O'Banion. Phone 1G1G. U' WANTED—Paper cleaning. Rev. Barnes. Phone 39. c-179 WANTED—Garden plowing; work guaranteed. Ira O. Baden. Phone 3536. p-191 WANTED—Single man to work by month; references. Henry Funke, Tipton, Phone 36X7. ...» p-180 WANTED — Men over 35, well known, unquestionable reputation for sales work; also men qualified to be DIVISION MANAGER in short time; write, giving clear, concise statement of. experience, to J. C. Trask, 35 N. Warren St., Peru, Indiana. p-17S PERSONAL FOR SALE OR TRA.DE—Good 4- wheel trailer. Harry Ripberger. P-17!) FOR SALE—Comb honey. 10 Ibs. for fl.UO. Kathleen O'Banion. Phono Ifilfi. tf FOR SALE —Northern Micliiffiin Russet seed potatoes. Phone 17X!t.. P-1S4 FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the .cheapest for farmer or poultryman; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf I.Ml'UIITAXT- Order chick in ailviiiu-i-. Hatch each :M<in. Jl.-avi.-s ?7.45 per 100 klT.^r, pur r.im; ?7.00 per 1,000 |!.nn;i> typo \Yliile Lcphorns .!>."> jn-V iwi; J6.75 per 5UU .....".<< JUT l.'MW. Few strirtee chk-k?. HUOMI.T llaU-hcry. Michigan town, Jtnl FOR SALE—New Remington No S noiseless typewriter, shopworn, regular price 579.50, sale price "?61.50 cash. Tribune Press. FOR SAL1-; — 1UO-11). ii-e box. good fomlition; painting anil paper hanging solicited. John Gillan. Diehl street. c-173 FOR SALE—One Fordshon tractor and plows; 1 team mnles; 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-tf FOR SALE — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 55. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf FOR SALE—C'rosley electric refrigerator; late model, excellent condition; can be had for balance due on very easy terms by reliable party. Address Box 101. cure Tribune. c-lSO FOR RENT FOR KENT — Six-room house, garden, garage. Vice Barber Shop. p-17 3 FOR RENT—Light housekeeping rooms. L. J. Teal, 23S North Indcpenduncc street. c-182 FOR RENT—Three-room -apart incut, furnished. Phone 2319. C-17S WANTED WANTED — Paper hanging. G. R. Coyiner, 457 Green. p-lSO Good Used Cars EEDtTCED IN PRICE To Pit Your Pocketbook- Priced From $50 Up Used Electric Washers New Delco Batteries $4,95 Exchange Service Motor Co. Bnick i— Olds — Pontlac CMC Trucks — Frigidaires STOMACH ULCER, gas pains, indigestion victims, why suffer? For quick relief get a free sample of mga, a doctor's prescription at Lewis Speckbaugh's. p-Tu-W-Th-193 LOST AND I-OUND. LOST—Black traveling bag, with woman's clothing. between Windfall and Prairie Center. Mrs. Arthur LaGardc, Kempton, Route i. c-lSl MISCELLANEOUS UPHOLSTERING, slip covers, refinishing, rugs bound. Charles Sardinian, 12S South street. p-M-Tu-191 CHECK 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 hundreds of men for success. Jack Cunningham, Representative Intcriioaional Correspondence Schools. 1S.'!4 South Adams St., Marion, Ind. c-180 MONEY TO LOAN FARM LOANS—Reasonable rato Fieldin=r & Fielding. o <t TKII» TO HfXGAHY. Woman Wanted to Kent Plane for Trip. DINNER GUESTS. Airs. M. C. Morrow Guest of Honor at Happy Event. Monday was the birthday anniversary of Mrs. M. C. Morrow of Goldsmith and Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kinder entertained a. number of friends in honor of the occasion with Mrs. Morrow as the honor guest. Those to enjoy the splendid meal were Rev. and Mrs. M. C. Morrow and son Gene, Mr. an:l Mrs'. Earl Foster, daughters Ber- hice and Mildred and son Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. Oren E. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. Earl VanBibber and daughter Donna Jean and Mrs. Anna Matthews. Sunday dinner guests at the Kinder home northwest of Tipton were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Molden, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kinder, daughter Anna Margaret anil son Robert, and Mrs. Anna Mai- thews all of Tipton and Mr. and Mrs. Otto K. Matthews and daughter Anna Mae of Kokomo. STRIKE SPREAD. Thousands of Chevrolet and Fish- 'or liody Workers Now Involved. (By United Press). Cincinnati, April 30.—Strike of 2.000 Toledo Chevrolet plant workers spread to the Cincinnati today, drawing an estimated 2,Chevrolet and Fisher body plants 200 more from their jobs and threatening a new labor crisis in the automobile industry. . The strike was in sympathy with the Toledo walkout, which leaders said was to force owners to sign contracts with the union GOVERNOR McNUTT HOME. THB TIPTON DAIL* State Executive Well Pleased With Hb Visit to ! Washington. to (Was 1 Indianapolis, April 30.—Obviously pleased with results of a visit In Washington to outline Indiana's work [relief program, Governor Paul McNutt turned to his office today. re- The governor told tederal relief officers and President Roosevelt that Indiana can fulfill its program with a federal grant of $100,000,000. He estimated that the amount would furnish employment for 90,000! men for twelve months at an. average wage of $50 per month. The remaining 35,000 persons on relief in Indiana are in the "unemployable" class and will he cared for by diiject relief, the governor said, j He said he expected work to lit: started about July 1 on various federal approved j projects. The governor Said plans for a special session o this summer to ^ the legislature enact social security ! policies^ are still indefinite. It hinges entirely on action taken by congress,' he said. He said he learned in Washington that the social security program would be the. last piece of major legislation: -to come before the present session of congress. COLO WKATHKK. i Weather .Man Molds Out Possibility of Hi'.-irvy Frost. Indianapolis. April 30. — Temperatures in Indiana will range between 37 and! 40 degrees to- and which the company opposed a| B««. J - H - ArmingUm. meteorol- as designed to create a closed °=' ist at the u - S - weatncr 1>urcau designed shop. Seeking a united front in the industry, union leaders at Toledo appealed for a general walkout in General Motors Corporations plants. IXCRKASK IX KTATK. (By Unitrd Press). New York, April 30. — Mrs. Marco Vujusin, 30. of Pittsburgh, walked into the office of the Hamilton ferry today, her 20 months old son, Billy, on her arm. and told the ticket attendant slia wanted to charter an airplane for a trip to Hungary. The attendant explained it would be a pretty expensive trip. Mrs. Vujusin produced money — S123. He then told her ho didn't think she would be able to find anyone willing to undertake so hazardous a flight. She replied ii wasn't dangerous. Lindbergh had made it. A policeman was called who interrogated Mrs. Vujusin at length. She said she had come to New York Friday and spoke incoherently, suggesting trouble of some kind at her Pittsburgh homo. She was taken to the Kings county hospital while police tried to locate relatives. Many More Farms in Indiana Now Than There Were in 1W.1O. (Tty Vnitoil 1'i-pes). Accohding to announcement by John Lennon, state area supervisor for the 1935 federal agri- were in 1930. The census was re- farms more in Indiana than there the big industrial sections, where cently completed. bore, predicted today. Fair weather was forecast for heavy frost if Hie wind subsides. Increasing cloudiness and slightly warmer weather j will prevail tomorrow. Frost would not damage wheat and fruit trees, lint would affect gardens and flowers if they aro not properly protected. Armington said. j Tho<3>lowest temperature recorded in Indiana last night was 35 degrees at South Bend, PRAIRIE NOTES. The Prairie Alumni Association held its annual ; banquet at the Most of the counties reported Prairie school building .Saturday an 1 increase, but Tipton county j evening. The gymnasium was and surrounding counties show a i beautifully decorated in blue and cultural census, tere are 20,5701 write. Leon Orr served as toast- loss. Greatest increases were in [ master. The program was 'as fol- factory labor migrated to small i lows: Theme. Life's Book; author, farms, when factories closed. Tipton'has eleven less than in 1930, the number of farms this year being 1,685; Hamilton, Howard and Madison counties show gains, the latter jumping from 3,061 in 1930 to 3,434 this year. MARRIAGE FAILED. THE DAILY WHEEZE R and 6 Used Car Bargain$ iT-8 Deluxe Coach, t radio. el A Coach. A Coach. of Cheap Used TriiokB, First Painter: "So that helper you had last summer wants me to give him a job, does he? Is he steady? Second Painter: "If he was any steadier he woldn't hove at ail!" The skeleton of a- monstrous antediluvian bird has been unearthed in the Rockies if It's the blue eagle? Wonder Tribune Want Ads Pay. Used Gar Bargains A. H. Hliiton Chrysler and Plymouth Guaranteed tJBED CARS 1088 C9ierfrolet>Co«ch 19&8 Ood«« Coach', Two Kxpcrts on Marital Happiness Socks Divorce. (By TJnitcd Tress). San Francisco, April 30.—Mrs. Ida -E. Hill Katzoff, expert on domestic relations, sought a divorce today from Dr. Simon L. Katzoff, lecturer on the art of making marriage happy. alumni; Critical :Comments, Mrs. Neva Watson; Preface, Carl Alexander; Note of Appreciation, Ralph Vawter; Chapter 1, Retrospect, Kathleen Foutch; Chapter 2, Prosper!. Pearl Terhune; Chapter 3, Introspect. Margaret Nixon; Conclusion, Mrs. Edith Adler. -Menu: First course -—• Creamed chicken, mashed! potatoes, scalloped corn, green beans, lettuce salad, hot rolls, butter and jelly. Second course—Apricot pie a la mode. : . • * Ft- Dnray Entered. Indianapolis, April 30.—Leon Duray, jwho holds, the lap record of 124.013 miles per hour at) the Indianapolis Speedway, will compete in' the Memorial Day 500- mile ra'ce, it -was announced today, j ! WINDFALL. Mr. and Mrs. Rome Glass had for their Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith and children of Arcadia, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Land and son Herman, and Raymond and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Glass. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Leisure were! Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 1 Cramp of Indianapolis. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith of Leisures and in the evening i all called on Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hancock of West Liberty. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dean were Anderson visitors Saturday. Mrs. | Maude. Clifton spent Saturday night the guest of Mr. and Mrs.-James Hires near Nevada. Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alyin Askren were Mrs. Otto McXew and daughter Ellen aild Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyncke. Rev.; and. Mrs.; J. T. Frost left Sunday evening at the close of church services for Burkett where Mrs. Fj-ost will visit her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. Orlando Meredith for a few days before joining her husband to attend the annual conference that is in session at Fort Wayne this week. B. R. Perry of Kokomo spent Saturday here and Mrs. Emma Day and Mrs. William Stonebraker accompanied him home for a work end visit. • Mr. and /.Irs. Elkanoh Dutbin of C'larksville were the Sunday guests ,of Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Mo'ser. John of Elwood but a former Windfall Mr. ad ii i Wesley Durham, ago 74 Members of the Liberty Ladies' Aid society were entertained at the home of Mrs. Darrell Stoops Thursday. There were 17 members present, and| the gudsts were Mrs. eVrnon Hailow and daugh- Mrs. Katzoff alleged the man lo rs Margaret'an'd Elizabeth and who tells others how to succeed | granddaughter Aiinabclle Sellars. of Alto, Mrs. June Lincback and daughter Maxinef Mrs. William Nash and Mrs. Alta Aberhathy. A pitch-in dinner was enjoyed at the noon hour. j The. Missionary Society elected officers for the jcoming year as follows: Mrs. Nellie Nash, presl- In marriage had fajlcd to provid for his own wife. Their marriage was the second for both of them. It took place in New York in 1932. s Fix Insult Trial Date. (By Unitrd Press). Chicago, April 30.—Samuel Instill, former utilities king, must wait until June 10 before facing trial on the latest charge against him and nine co-defendants— that of violating the bankruptcy laws.. ' Returning to Judge James H. 'Wllkerson's Federal courtroom, where he was acquitted on charges growing out of the collapse ot his trial must be -delayed.. Attorneys for Insull demanded his utilities dynasty, Insull heard his bond be reduced from $200,000 to $10,000. The request was granted. : . At Santa's Funeral. (By United Premo. Santa; Glaus, dsnt; Mrs. ,Kati^ Parks, vice;president, and Mrs. John Ramsayer, secretary-tjreasurer; Mr. ani|< -Mrs. Curtis Vandevender, Mrs. Wy^att Shuck, Mike Cain and Bill Cusackjof Indianapolis, were at Ft.: Wai-ne Sunday and visited the school for feebleminded. i A birthday dinner was hold Sunday at the home of Mrs. Flora Rayl and daughter Lilly, jn honor of the former'} 76th birthday, April 30, and also the birthday of of Rtdgeway!, who was 26 j years : old Sunday. There were twb Mrs. Myrl Dlshot r cakes, decorated white.; i Hat church J»tt« "Th0i (dhailet •"1. -'•:*.'. "• [ *-^ -^* '' ?!«f '»._*v-..-. t» large )irthday In pink and Several from tbe Liberty Bap- I a .pageani resident is in failing health at his home suffering with sinus trouble, and other complications. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hutto and children Betty, Virginia and Merl loft Friday for Flint. Mich., where they are the guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Durham and family ;of Elwood visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jay Durham. Mr. and Mrs. S. S." Edwards visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Kleyla near Greentown. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Rust of Converse were also dinner guests at the Kleyla home. Harold Day and Kenneth Conkling hitch-hiked to Anderson Saturday where they engaged a room and made, arrangements to attend the Anderson business college, beginning next Monday. Mrs. iEmma Day and her sister Mrs. Clara Stonebraker spent Monday and Tuesday at Anderson the- guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Dingworth. Mr. and Mrs. ; Orville Burkhardt of Greentown visited Sunday with the former's sister, Mrs. Marie Johnson arid family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barker of Kokomo spent Sunday with Mr. and. Mrs. Ted Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Barker. Dr. and Mrs. B. ^ Chance were Indianapolis' visitors Monday. Mr. and .Airs. S. L. Bunch of Tipton and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Trimble; and son Freddie were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert 'Bunch and family. [ Mr. and Mrs. Albert Carter of Kokomoj visited Sunday with Mrs. Mary To.dd and AIri and Mrs. John Pugh. : . | . Mrs. Jano Zehnor ago 81 years who hag been quite ill with complications following a severe; attack of ithe flu Is improving and is able tp be up and around in the house a (part of the time. Rev. knd Mrs.: ! Verlin Vernon and children ot Jamestown came Monday [to be the guests of [the latter's [parents •Mr. and -Mrs. Charles jplckeringj Later Rev. and Mrs. Verjnon -will attend the North Indiana conference at Ft. Wayne. welcomed Into the association; "The JHoosier'Night Hawka";brf chestra from Elwood furnished music [for the occasion. A splendid three-conrse banquet waa served, kanville Conway was the president and Carl j Scudder was toastmaster. The .welcome to the jwas given by Olen Vanr Horn;! response hy Herbert Shockney. A group of acjqqrdion numbers were played "by Mrs. Carl ScudderJ Talks "For Old Times Sake, 1 ' ; were given by Mrs. Charles (Trimble of Richmond, Byron Legg and Walter Myers of. Shelbyville. Miss Ellen McNew entertained with two vocal numbers. Miss Edna Darrow sp.oke in, behalf of the faculty. Two trumr pet solos were played .by Robert Pugh. Among those from a dlsr tance attending were Mrs. Charles Trimble'and daughter Julia Margaret of; Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Emmons ot .Newcastle, Mr; and Mrs. Walter Myers of Shelbyville, Mr. and Mrs. Olen VanHorn of Beech Grove, iMr. and Mrs. Orville Smith of Anderson. , ;SHARPSVILLE. Verlin Esslg and Leo Mishler of Kokomo motored to Lawi-encer ville. 111., Tuesday and visited the Indian Refining Co: Mrs. Laura Collins and Ivan Cage and family motored to Logansport Sunday and were .the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Cage and Don 'Cage and family. •'Mr. and Mrs. Lora Wilburri an'd Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wilburn of Kokomo motored Sunday to Richmond and were the dinner guests of Mrs. Mae Stevens and family. Carl Shuck, Charles Smith and Ed Becker attended the Eagles Lodge at Kokomo Sunday. Initiation work was given. Ed King and family and James Kelley of Tetersburg were the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter King an'd Jesse MillsJ Martha Ann, Richards of Chicago is visiting her uncle, Curtis Richards and -family for a few days. Robert Duncan of Greencastle spent] the week end with. his mother, Mr. and Mrs. OH Smith. Bruce Peters and family motored Sunday to Bunkerliill and were dinner guests of Roe Day and family. Roy Lee and family of near Russiaville, Dr. and Mrs. Omer Hutto and Mrs. Dr. Hayworth of Kokomo, were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Fretz. Will Cooper and family entertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dark and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bookout of Greentown. Ed Hoffman and family . and Mr. and Mrs George Holman, Mary Spannuth were Guests Sun T day of Edna Spannuth of Noblesville and Mr. and j Mrs. George Holman of near Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Alexander spent Sunday'evening with her father, and brother Everett Tanner and son John of Kokomo. IThl Hutto and family and Bill ot Kokomo motored Sunday to Marion and Rnnlon. vf jilted r'.- Mrs. Minnie The Wednesday club will meet Wednesday with^ Mrs. Carrie Romack. " ! . : The .Ladies Aid society held their monthly social Wednesday at the Methodist church base- .ment. Regular j business meeting, contests, games, a program and refreshments were .enjoyed by all. Mrs. Don Richards and daughters of Kokorno were tbe week end guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Simon Bergie. Verlin Essigjand family entertained at Saturday dinner Frank Easig an'd daughter Kathleen and Glen Chappell of Atlanta. The Wesleyan Sunday school class will meet!Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ford Dewitt east of j Sha'rpsville. Mrs. Don Richards and daughters-of Kokomo find Mr. and Mrs. Simon Bergie wjere the Sunday dinner guests of Glae Foster and family.. Other dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. iFred Foster near Goldsmith. | : Carl Harper;and family entertained Friday evening in their home Mrs. Mary Overman and. Mrs. Leona Gates an'd daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Horner of Amboy. ! j _ Friday the |eachers and their families enjoyed a pitchin dinner at the school building and a good time was had by all. The following teachers and families and trustee and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Orvai Pumphrey, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leap, Ralph Henderson, Mary Spannuth, iftar- Pumphrey, Victor Owens, Hubert tha Nash, Miss Kemp, Mary Dewitt,' Velma Hoffman and Mrs. Vivian' Rodgers all enjoyed a theater party Wednesday evening at Kokomo. | .Elden Cage spent the week at Cincinnati, Ohio, visiting friends. Mr.,and Mrs. J. S. Hoffman of Cleveland, Ohio, spent Tuesday ttj Thursday with his father, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Hoffman. ' The following friends gathered Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Campbell and enjoyed a pitchin supper, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyner, Mr. and Mrs. James Herbert, Mr. and Mrs. W'ill Alexander,; and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence- Whitehead. Mr. and Mrs. | Joe Cage, Mr. and Jean'ette Cage jwere the birthday Mrs. Charles Johns, Eldon and dinner guests of Harold Cage and family of Tipton Sunday. Mrs. Meliss Hoffman returned to her home Tuesday evening after visiting with Everett Shuck and family at ! Marion' for three weeks. -Elden and Jeanette Cage have returned home from Tampa, Fla., for the summer months and will be at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cage. The, Excelsior class presented the play "The! Last Daze of School" Tuesday evening at the South Side Christian church at Kokomo with ajlarge crowd present. Between acts .the Boys Glee to the Indian Kewrpjs line; thence iiorthe" said boundary line, dred twenty-seven anil (727.5) feet?; tl thousand two hundred 216) feet to the plaice nlng-, containing twenty-tout forty-two ihandredths! ( r "" acres, more or less; ! Also, all that part of the east quarter (%) of the west quarter (%) of!saidv - - **•• thirteen (13), townahlpi and ranger' aforesaid,' Ijingi north of the — " dlan Reserve line, .and all part of the southeast quarter ot the southwest quarter (% section twelve (12) township range aforesaid, lying}scmth of Tipton and Berlin road, bounded, ""^ as follows; Beginning at the a ~ northeast corner of the northeast *• -> quarter (%) of the northwest ;• -vj quarter (%) of saidjsection thlr--> , teen (13), running thence nortn two hundred twenty (220) feet to the center of said Tipton and Ber- ". lin road, thence west along thd 1 center of said road, one thousand \ three hundred | forty-six (1,346) C J feet; thence south one thousand ':•' four hundred thirty-seven (1,437>- , s feet to said Indian Reserve Ijine; thence in a northeastely direction along said Indian Reserve line to the east line of the; north-west ' quarter (&) of said section thirteen (13), thence north,along the-.., east line of said northwest qttar-~ ter (%) nine hundred sixty-eight l and twenty-two ; hundredths (968.22) feet to the place of beginning, containing forty and fifty-seven hundredtbs (40.57) acres more or less; Containing ia all, sixty-four and ninety-nine hundredths (64.99) . acres, more or less in Jefferson Township, Tlptcra County, Indiana. If such rents and profits will not sell for a j sum i sufficient to pay and satisfy said Decree, interest, costs and accruing costs, I will, at the same time and place expose at public sale' the fee simple of said real estate or so much thereof as may be necessary to discharge said decree, interest, costs and accruing costs. Said sale will be made sabiect to a senior mortgage, held by The Prudential Life Insurance Company of America, in the principal sum of four thousand six hundred ($4,600) dollars, without any relief whatever ! from valuation or appraisement laws, and by virtue of a foreclosure of mortgage on said described real estate. ! Dated this 15th day of April, 1935. REUBEN A. CA.RDWELL, Sheriff of Tipton County. GIFFORD, GIFFORD & APPLETON, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 167-73-79-85 See the New Leonard Electric Refrigerators H. J. SCHRADER & GO. music and readings. Scales and family motored Sun- Club, the Hill Billys and Francis day to Winimac and visited Mearl Henderson of here appeared with Galbreath and family. Mrs. Lewis Lindsay spent Friday with her mother Mrs. Will Pugh at Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. Wijliam Alex- Notice of Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate on Decree. J.C.PENNEY-CQ 1KJ-118 South Main St. LEATHERMAN FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service ander. and grandson were- the! Notice is hereby given that by -•----• virtue and'authority of an exe- The chil Iren will remain with the grandparents. • ' Mr. and Mra. til^n Parrish knd children lot Converse and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith! and children jwero thp Sunday; i .dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs'. 'George Parrish. •Mrs. lilae Heffrier and Andrew Clapsaddle visitec j relatives : at Alexandria Sunday t > Mrs.; B. B. Si 'bar !»*$ win ;D«M»nis and Mrs. larlon visitors 1 • -i • -.' '. Inano.uet.of Sunday evening guests of his brother Mr. and Mrs. Tom Alexr ander of Center. Floyd Reel and family entertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs John Kemp of Greentown, Mr. and Mrs.' James Driver, Edwin Driver and sons of Arcadia and Frank Driver and Jane Kaufman of Indianapolis. ; . ; •; Dr. H. B. Shpup and family motored Sunday to Frankton . and were the dinner guests of her brother George Harper and fam- cution, with a certified copy of a decree attached,; to me .directed by the Clerk of the Tipton Circuit Court, in a! cause of action therein pending, wherein .The First National Bank of Tipton, Indiana, is plaintiff, and George Bauer and Maude Bauer are defendants, the same being Cause No. 2342 in the Tipton Circuit Court, requiring j me to make the sum of $7,660.53 with interest, coats and accruing costs as set o.ut in said decree, I will, by virtue and authority of said execution and decree, | expose at public John Friend of near Ekln was the Saturday dinner j! guest of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. D. D, Hoffman. Will Shreves and j family of Indianapolis were the week- end guests of her father Hoyard Wooldridge and family. Mrs. Minnie Jarrett entertained at her home Monday, Jack Lee and family of : : West Hope-! well, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Morrison of near Forest and Ralph Jarrott an'd family, jj ! u Bd Wejftfall and {{family werji the supper guesU Tnesday men*'••pi '^y^I^^awi^am- «|«y sale to the highest bidder, on IJMpnday, the JStji :day of May, 1936, between the hours of 10 a. h. and 4 p. m.j -o'clock, at the north door of the court house. In the City of Tlpton; 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-wlt: ''Part of the southwest quarter of the sonthwest quarter Furnace Coils Waste Fue] Replace Tour Cofl WHb • Self Action : GAS WATER HEATER Public Service Co. of Ind. BREAD— ''' ~ iy 2 -ib,ioaf....... KRdGER GROCERY & BAKING CO. Comforts, '. SMTTSOITSItAl &DRY (K). of section .twelve (12), and part' ot the northwest quarter of the northwest quarter of section thirteen (13) township twenty-one (21). north, three '(3) east of the second principal merWIan, bounded and descrtbed as toilows, to-wit Cdmniencihg afc •! tab northeast -'-- J "•"-- -i^*&-*mtor S Suits and 106 feat

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