The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 4, 1935 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, May 4, 1935
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MUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOB SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE} — St. Bernard pups. Harvey Michel, Tipton. p-183 FOR SALE—8-inch I-beams, 14 feet long. Albert Michel Phone Goldsmith. pl-84 FOR SALJJ^—Comb honey, 10 Ibs. (or Jl.OO. Kathleen O'Banion. Phone 1616. FOR SALE-JSeed potatoes. Rural New Yorker variety. Phone 1464. c-1-83 FOR-SALE—Comb honey, 10 Ibs. for fl.OO. Kathleen O'Banion. Phone 1616. tf FOR SALE — Northern Michigan Russet seed potatoes. Phone 17X9. , P-184 FOR SALE—Late model Fordson tractor in splendid condition. Hobbs Grain Co. c-184 FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the -cheapest for farmer or ponltryman; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf IMPORTANT—Order chicks . In advance. Hatch each faion. Heavies 17.45 per 100; 1*7.25 per 600; *7.00 per 1,000. 1 tare* type White Leghorns F SB.*5 per 100; 16.75 per 500; 16.M per 1,000. Few started chicks. Hooaier Hatchery, Michigantown, Ind FOR SALE—New Remington No. 8 noiseless' typewriter, shop- iworn, regular price $79.60, sale price $61.60 cash. Tribuae Press. tl FOR flALBfc-Fresh Jersey cows. Appleton Farm S. L. Wiles. p-181 FOR SALE OR (TRADE — Yearling Jersey male; can use qow or horse. Allen Kemp, Kempton. c-183 FOB SALE — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone $6. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf FOR SALE—-One Fordson tractor, Oliver 12-in. plows;' one brood mare; one 7-ft. -binder; one used Speed Dexter gasoline washer; one used Coleman gas- 4>Iia0 liwa; one LeU feed mill; one John 'Deere disc tandem, fiatc Implement: Store, Hobbs, r ^ MAYTAOSALES and " "Phone 88 ' MOTOR CO. WANTED WANTED- 1 —5 or 6-room modern house. Box T, Tribune, c-183 WANTED—You to know we have plenty of wall paper at 8 cents a double roll. Rexall, Drugs. C-tf WANTED—Used trombone; must be in good condition. Phone 1464. c-183 WANTED—Garden plowing; work guaranteed. Phone 3536. Ira O. Baden. p-191 BE A ROAD BUILDER—Millions of dollars being spent; get your share; devote part of your spare time to study of I. C. S. highway engineering course; hundreds of students employed on state and county highways. International Correspondence Schools, Jack Cunningham, Representative, 1934 South Adams St., Marlon, Ind. c-183 FOR RENT FOR RENT — Seven-room modern house; garage. Delia Roode. c-185 FOR RENT — Modern heated rooms as low as $3 per week Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. t' FOR RENT — Furnished apartment, modern, with private en, trance; also 5-room cottage with garage. Phone 4557. Mrs. T. D. Foster. ' c-tf FOR RENT OR SALE — 6-room semi-modern; 2 6-room houses with garage, fruit, garden, shade; all on improved streets. J. N. Russell. p-183 FEMALE HELP. Starts Training ed Dewitt of Kokomo. Thelma Henderson of Kokomo, was the week end | guest of her parents, Mr. and ;Mrs. Jasper Henderson. I Mrs. Delia Casje and daughter Arthur JLaGarde and family, Mrs. Lizzie Holllngsworth of New London, spent Sunday with the principal speaker. She gave an exceptionally interesting and inspirational missionary address. i ; . Wendell Hollingsworth and fam- Plans were made to attend the ily of Anderson. .missionary : convention that con- Murrell ; IIiggins and family ofivenes in'Marion May 13. 14, 15. Frieda and Mr. and; Mrs. Tunis •• Kokomo were Friday evening \ The meeting closed with all re- Henderson were th* Sunday din-1 KUCSts o£ Armel : liiggins and ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joo ' familv. Henderson. ! ! Mrs Fred Lindloy who has peating the missionary benediction. Lovely refreshments were served ,by the hostess. Mrs. William-Kaiser and daiiKh-| | )Ppn suffering with heart trouble Mrs. Charles Pickering with ter Vivian, Curl Halser and Olto j several months, is not so well! Mrs. Alvin Askren as co-hostess Uugan and family were thu Sun- a jr a in. day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud,' Joo i^Ueynolds and family Uiffe of Hazel DcllJ delightfully '.entertained class No. 10 |of the M. E. Bible school ! spent the Week end at Defiance: I at their regular monthly meeting Mr. and Mrs. Frank lialscr of j Ohi0j wi(h W ard McReynolds and | at the home of the former Thurs- Kokomo, were the iSniulay even- ' f am j] v " ing guests of Mrs 'William Halser and family. j Mrs. Joe Henderson and v;ero the Thursday 'guests of her j day afternoon. The meeting was Ivalon and Crystal Howell of: in charge of the President Mrs. near Kirklin spent a few """ with Dale Mott and family. days I grandmother, .Mrs. Minnie Snydcr I or Windfall. ! , Wilson Heiineti and family of Kokomo, spent Sunjday with Mr. and Mrs.. Jesse Willjams. Garth Scott anil [family of Indianapolis, were thci Thursday evening guests of her, parents, Mr. Dwi * ht Hollingsworth of Rieh- ! moml, spoilt Saturday night -ind | Sunday with his mother Mrs. Hello Hollingsworth, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ravi. Aubrey Cliiio, and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Ev- P. V. Chance. Scripture reading U-as by I Mrs. Phy' Scudder and Mrs. Felix Crouch engaged in prayer.! Following the regular routine of business a happy social hour was enjoyed with the hostess serving delectable refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Riffe enter- nns of Forest Sunday evening.! tained at a prettily appointed six Mr. Evans 5s ill with pneumonia. Itoscop Stoops and family and and Mrs. Jasper Heinlci'son: Mr. ana Mrs. Ilj.rluy Pickatt -,„.,„ stoop < s WIM . 0 Huntlay gucsts and Dclcie Shields i of .Sharps- (|f MallvilI( J Stoops and family of ville, were the Monday afternoon • j, i( ., lis . llUl)Wn . ! guests of Mr. and Mrs Jesse Wil-! i Hams. I Oscar Stewart and family were o'clock dinner Thursday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Berger and three children and Mr. Berger's parents^ and other relatives who were Mr. and Mrs. A. Berger an'd- sons, Leonard and Carl Berger, nlaz Baer Here if Max Baer, heavyweight champion, packing his bag preparatory to leaving New York for Atlantic City where he will go into training for his bout with Jimmy Braddock, June 13 for tho title. KKIX-SHIIJOH. HEARING DATE SET. Ekin M. K. Sunqay school at ::!0 a. in. | ; j Shiloli Sunday school at !):-i~> "• m - I I W. T. 0. club cleared SS from I their penny supper in tho church basement Saturday night. Crystal Lockrigdc pf Taylor university, spent (he week end with Injunction Asked Enforcement. j her mother, Mrs. Emma Lock- Aguiust "SK\ ridge : i Mrs. L. H. Ross, : Frank Ros.s quests of Helen Lewis, at the I Mrs. Oace and Mrs. Victor Ber- home of her parents'Mr. and Mrs. ('. n. Lowis. She is recovering nicely fronv an appendicitis opera- ger all of St. Paul, Minnesota. June i Mitchell was a delegate to the North Indiana conference tion performed at the Beechwood at. Fort Wayne Thursday. . hospital about ten days agp. Oth-l Ernest Dennerline of Oshkosh, er giutsts at the Lewis home .were Ko!i(;rt Cain and family of Peru. I'nn Catherine Artrup of N T o- lilesville spent a few. days with Mrs. Frnna jLaGarde; and children and Paul Orimme and family near Hopcwell. Mrs. Myrilf. Haskell of Russia- Wis.. came Thursday to visit his parents,! Mr. and Mrs. 'George Dennerline and other relatives. Friday, |he and his parents, Mr. and and Mrs. George Dennerline and daughter Francis, Mr. and Mrs. Will Butner and children were all; dinner guests of Mr. and ; Notice is hereby given the undersigned has been appointed by the Judge of the Circuit Court of Tipton County, State of Indiana, administrator of the estate of Dovle J. Adkingon, late of Tipton County, deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, Administrator. April'12, 1935. PURVIS & PURVIS, Attorneys. 165-71-77-83 • • — * i» . Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. 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 the estate of Mary E. Smith, deceased, has presented and filed its account and vouchers ment of said in, final settle- estate and that the same 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) 165-71-77-83 Clerk Tipton. Circut Court. Xotico or Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Jacob F. Hinkle, administrator of Charles E. Hinkle, deceased, In Cause No. the Tipton Circuit Court, is plaintiff, and Evajai. Hinkle, et al, are defendants, will, by order, of said court on Saturday, May 11, 1935, at ten o'clock a. m., at the office of Kemp & Kemp, in the Citizens National Bank Building, Tipton, Indiana, offer for sale at private sale the following described real estate in Tipton County, Indiana, to-wit: Fifty-five acres off of the whole east side of the west half of the southeast quarter of section 10, township 21 north, :range-' 3' east, Tipton county, Indiana. Said sale will ue made to the highest and 'best blddeY for not less than the appraised value thereof on the following terms • CULVER & PICKERING) Attorneys and Abstractors Office Phone 107. Residence Phones: . 8. A. Culver—8486. H. D. Pickering—8409 • GLARE & MINER CO. Abstracts Insurance * Real Estate Farm Loans i 108 W. Jefferson St. Phone 6 First National Ins. Go. Every kind of Insurance written in safe, sound and secure stock companies. . Chas. Warne, Secretary Cecil Harding, Solicitor 120 Opera House Block Ground Floor. Phones 271 and 1333. Tipton & ^ ^ 'if J -I - 1 -T •3 John P. Kemp Chas. A. Kemp KEMP & TraMP Attorneys-aWLaw Citizens National Bank Bldg. Phone 29. ville, formerly of Prairie town- Mrs. Bruce Miller. Saturday the an £ , c . on1diti ° ns ',*°^ lt: 1 Said land will be offered and AFTERNOON WORK, 1 to 4 o'clock, for woman who can take care of our . trade with homekeepers; a permenant connection with liberal compensation; no expense involved; we furnish all supplies; write the Abner Royce Co., 632 Royce Bldg, Cleveland, O. p-185 MONEY TO LOAN FARM LOANS—Reasonable rat-j Fielding & Fielding. cU Improving Steadily. ^^^^f ^^^^WPI^^^F ^^^^ LSI Mrs. Richard Sandman continues to gain strength daily at the Beechwood hospital, where she has been a patient for the fast several days. She will probably be able to be returned to her home IB $ short time, ^ (By United Press). Plymouth, May 4. — Hearing on a temporary injunction restraining state and county officials from enforcing the state NRA code for used car allowance prices will be conducted in Marshall circuit court May 10. The injunction was obtained by three South Bend automobile sales companies against Ally. Gen. Philip Lutz, Jr., George Itul- ison, St. Joseph county prosecutor, and Don Kitch, Marsha!! county prosecutor. tnd daughters Hestbr ami • Mrs. | . |lteita Karns and! daughter . Sally ' | Hue visited LoyalJHilll and family el Pcndleton Sunklay afternoon. Mrs. Bolle Small and daughter Deloris. Mrs. Cluci Gnnklc of Imli- lanapolis, and Mrs. Jonas Smiley i of near Atlunla. visited Mrs. Jo' scphiiic Fisiier Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Belle Hraall tind daughter ship is spending two weeks with i family will all be entertained at Haskell and family; the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will of Sweetser,. j Butner. . Mr. and Mrs. Button, Murray ; " : *' * Button and family and Mr. and'' Xoticc of Administration. Mrs. Hen Miller of the Russia-' Ville community were Sunday! Notlcfv is hereby given that the dinner sucsts of Richard Uam .«""dersigned has been appointed by the Judge of the Circuit Conrt-.of FRENCH FLIER IXJOIEI). Escaped With Broken Ann in Accident Happening Saturday. (By United Prcss>. Auxerre, France, April 1.— IJeloris moved frtim lipartments in •Tipton to their property in Ekin Wednesday. Bill Salisbury and! wife, Walter Beam and family [of Elwood, j. spent Sunday afterijoon with Al Beam and family. ' I Donald Orr entertained the members of his Sunday school class and their tcaijhcr at his home Sunday. Those! present were Mrs. Nellie Ehinfin, teacher, Raymond Orr. Clell! .Miller, Kenneth sever aad family. i Tipton Coiinty, State of Indiana, . Mrs. Eliza Hughey, Hay Eh- ! administratrix of the estate of i man and fainily of Kemptoii, and! L°ra S. Smith, late of Tipton i Mrs. 0 -a of Nanan, W. MOUNT, Attorney. T. J. fteese of Kemptou who has bean )H for the past two jr«ar»,wUb. heart troWe was tak- •B *«»• on last Monday and rems.ln« (p » sertww condition. I ((HWsB'.«iWWPiW w ^T Wfc^lwW''^^ "M»4wn, bow long did yog know tfaj* m»n before you arrfcxl him?" WP8UM>:. "I VM acquainted with Wm far two years but I never r«|Uy knew Win until we aalced him tor Pierre Etienne Flandin, premier j Listen, Robert jWli^slur, Dickey of France and one of the key'Warfel, Louise i Thomas. Anna lima Fortner and; Martha Calhoiui. A. B. Thompson, fvifo and son Harold Paris, and liernice King of "Indianapolis, were! Sunday dinner gucsts of Eb phristy and family. Harold Wagiiqr and family vis- iited Sunday afternoon with ; Qiin Wagner and wife of near Sheridan. Other guests were Alva [tana, were Sunday dinner guests ! of Richard Harlow and family, j April 3, 1935. Irene Gritum is spending a few weeks win,; her little brother Jimmy, at the home oi her granJ-i parents Mr. j and -Mrs. JoTin Gritton. ! • ! ; Mrs. Lucy On- of Walton spent : DEXA SMITH said sale made subject to the mortgage lien thereon and ditch liens and taxes, and the balance cash. Said sale thus made tc| be subject to'the approval of the Tip T ton Circuit Court. Said sale will be continued from day to day until said real estate is finally sbld. JACOB F. HINKLE, DR. V. H. OOOFER ^Veterinarian. Phones: Office, 188; Residence 1138 See the New Leonard Electric Refrigerators H. J. SCHRADER&CO. dCPENNEY-jSa 116-118 South Slain 1st. KEMP & KEMP, Attorneys. Administrator. 165-71-7TJ-83 Administratrix. 165-71-77-83 Xoticc of Commissioner's Sale of Real Estate. Noticeiis hereby given that the t,,n Orr of Walton' was a Sunday figures in Europe's war crisis, escaped death today in an automobile crash in which he suffered an arm fracture. The youthful premier's automobile crashed near this city some 105 miles from Paris. Continues to Improve. - . Betty Lee Legg, daughter of Mr. Wagner and faniily bf Moredock, and Mrs. John Legg of this city, Chef Davis and! wife, and Perky is getting along nicely at the I Farmer and wife. Beechwood hospital, where she has a tube in her side for the drainage of the pleural cavity of her left lung. / NlBTADA-IfpI'EWKUi. Omer Ford and faintly pf Kokomo, were the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bail Peu- dergrass. Mr. and Mrs., Clem Coverdalo, Mary Ware and Dofcna Gappens Were the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs .Wendell Pugb, of nuiqbqr o| rplatlves and _'--- Mrs. Ella Burton sons; Phil and Paul and daughter Donna Ruth, attended a birthday dinner ac the home of Mrs. bell of Arcadia ISuiuny in honor of Mrs. Campbell' Thero were about 25 Ed Ha'rrell apd f; lattie Camp- : birthday, guests.; in ily visited t I Sunday with John Clamine '. and family of Upland. PUAIRIE CENTER. Mr. and Mrs. -nolds, Mr. and Kokomo, Dr.- ahd M: ans, of .'Rusilavi lie, daughter Marti ia Columbus,, Ohlc, call Meyers Janus R. McRey- Mrs. Harmon of s. John Bv- ind \- grand- ins i of «te- the week end with her parents . undersigned commissioner to sell Mr. ami Mr.< Austin Parks. Quin-: real estate, appointed by the 1 ' ' ""• D Tipton Circuit Court Jo. 2685 thereof, will 111:111. guest at tin: 1'arks home. ; Mr. and Mrs. Will Duncan •ailed on an aunt, !Mrs.' Lizzie "arp (if Kokomo, Sunday after- loon who is; past S7-years old. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Lindley, lass of the Reserve Friends; offer for .sale, at the hour of one o'clock p. m. on the 15th day of May, 1335, and from day to day thereafter until sold, at the office of the Citizen's National Bank in Tipton, Indiana, at private : sale, i simple of the following de- real estate, to-wit: The north half of the south- ntertained llie Four Leaf Clover,east quarter of section twenty-five Sunday school, Monday evening, i < 25 >,' township twenty-two (22) : , north, range fivo (5) east, except There were; twenty-lhrau pres-, all that ^ o£ the nort hwest quar- unt. After (lie regular neeting games and husiiicssj ter of the southeast quarter of contests.'section twenty-five. (25), township . i twenty-twjb (22) nortli, range five vere enjoyed. One contest was • (g) east.!'lying and being within von by Mrsj Mildred! Vogus. Re-j thirty (30) feet of each side of • the center line of the main track of the Chicago, St. Louis & Pittsburgh Railroad as the same is now located and constructed over: and •across said quarter section,, having a length jjol jitwelve hundred, and four (1204) I feet. measured along said .center line from the intersection with the line- dlyiding tha north half from tbe south half pf said quarter - section ' northwest- wardly, to the line dividing the east half I from the west half of said • section,! containing an area in I said strip; of one and sixty-five onerhundredths (1 65-100)- of an acre, be tie same more or lets. Said sale 1 to be made subject to reshments were served. i • •» \\JIXDFALL. ! ! ''• i Mrs. S. S. JEdwards opened her tome in Windfall Thursday ulter- oon for the May,meeting of the Missionary E0cietyH of^ the Chris- Ian church. Special guests at the neeting were Mrs j ! .VJ i Hayes Miler, Miss Helan Mliter ; ,[-Mrs. A. H. Viggins, Mrs; Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. In the. matter of -the estate of .Mary Schmitt, deceased. In the -Tipton Circuit Court, April Term, 1935. | Notice is hereby given that Jacob Schmitt, as executor :if the -estate of Mary Schniti/ deceased, has presented and filed his account and vouchers In final settlement of said estate, and- that the same will come j up for examination and action ' of said Circuit Court on the 2nd day of May, 1935, at which time all heirs, creditors or legatees of said estate are required to appear jn said -court and show cause, if any there be, why said account and vouchers should not be approved. . . Witness, ithe clerk and seal of LEATHEEMAN FUNERAL HOME : I " Ambulance Service Furnace Coils Waste' Foal Replace TOOT Coil Wltfa— a Self Action GAS WATER HEATER ( Public Service Co. BREAD— KROGER GROOERjT 4" BAKING CO. said Tlptpn Circuit Court, at Tipton. Indiana, this 17th day!of April. 1935. : • | RAYMOND W. SIMPSON^ (Seal) 171-77-83-89 Clerk Tipton Circuit Courtt 'he meeting restdentt Mi -s. All leetlng opened w Inglng, "Jesus Ca •urault" with Mn J.;. McAtee, Jlara- Chamiiess ajll of Blwood. was lii c] large of the rey at the rare lano. >g with'. jth The the gro u P ils jtls O'er tho W. Win- idevotions 8 |ea4- Morton voiced the appro Tipton (& IWH'thanMt •alljof the JOdge of the —ft- Court and fori not ji-full appraised valua TUNIS • Contractors and Builders Cement'Work House Raising Phone 177. u ^l - rfAv Comforts, BlanketsTQnilts SMZTSON'S LAUNDRY &DRYCLEANINO Phone 120 Bern YOUNG 106 East Jefle

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