The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 6, 1935 · Page 5
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THE TtPfTON DAILY -;* *F^?TJP*^fPPf^^'IS " ' ! TRIBUN* H ! A PORTRAIT I i Gu^ss- i Musr SIT . UP AND STRIKE A Pose, ' TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY .FOR SALE—8-inch I-beams, 11 ! feet long. Albert Michel Phone Goldsmith. pl-84 I — iFOR SALE—Cqmb honey, 10 Ibs. I for Jl.OO'.."- Kathleen O'Banion. ( Phone 1616. . tf I- iFOR SALE—Bhonze turkey eggs, $2 for 12. Phone 7X11. p-185 FOR SALE—Comb honey, 10 Ibs. for $1.00. Kathleen O'Banion. Phone 1616. tf :FOR SALE — Northern Michigan t Russet seed potatoes. Phone p-184 17X9. FOR SALE—Late model Fordson ii tractor in splendid condition. i Hobbs Grain Co. C-1S4 FOR SALE—4 good used Farm| alls; 1 cultipacker; 1 manure | spreader; 1 feed grinder; two- row cultivator; wagon and one ' good work mare. Hull Bros., Court street. c-185 IMPORTANT—Order chicks In advance. Hatch each Mon. Heavies {7.45 per 100; J7.25 per 600; 17.00 per 1,000. Large type White Leghorns *6.95 per 100; ?6.75 per 500; J6.50 per .1,000. Few started chicks. Hoosier Hatchery, Michigantown, Ind * " SAVE MONEY by getting a better USED CAR • Tfeiere u no economy la naming * Used Car that U in bad condition. Tom it in tor one of the 1933 or 1954 Used C«q now offered by Ford Dealer*. All nuke*. Liberal guarantee. the memrett FORD DEALER • Ea«7 term*. Your prec- •at Vied Car may. coyer the fim payment. FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the .cheapest for farmer or poultry man; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf FOR SALE—New Remington No. 8 noiseless typewriter, shopworn, regular price $79.50, sale price J61.50 cash. Tribune Press. . tf FOR SALE—Fresh Jersey cows. Appleton Farm S. L. Wiles. p-184 FOR SALE — Super clean hard .-coal fpr brooder stoves. Phone 65. 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 gasolin-3 washer; one used Coleman gasoline iron; one Letz feed mill; one John Deere disc tandem. Butz Implement Store, Hobbs, Ind. c-tf FOR RENT E'OR 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 entrance; also 5-room collage with garage. Phone 4557. Mrs. c-tf T. D. Foster. WANTED WANTED—You to know wo. have plenty of wall paper at S cents a double roll. Rexall, Drugs. c-tf WANTED—Garden plowing; work guaranteed. Ira 0. Phone 3536. PERSONAL OUTDOOR PLAY is good for children; so is the fun of chewing Wriglcy's Spearmint Gum." P-1S4 Biff at New Job conditii body I) in V.MS critical, his tiny •In;; tumble to combat tho MISCELLANEOUS UPHOLSTEItING, slip covers, refinishing, rugs bound. Charles Barcliman, 12S South street. p-M-Tu-191 MONEY TO LOAN FARM LOANS—Reasonable rat Fielding & Fielding. This was ih<- only child in the home, and he was a particularly nd a favorite of all. b:'.-idi s th-> strirkuit ^randpan-nts, .Mr. i hn" ['vie i.f this -city.) drnal grandmother.; i;i Kiwood. I will lie in stat^ at 111 > t r -and I-'iv-I-.M- fun' nil p:ir- in IChvi.oi! until tin.- hour of j . 'rit nils an: wel- to call I5AI5V IS KOr.NI). Tot Thai \V:in(liTf<l Away in tl'< Woods Is Safe Mild Sound. ir.y rnitoit 1'ivss). Mansion, Wis., M:iy «.—A blue-! eyed 'babe of tho woods drc.'srd j her dolly in ils best calicn bon-! net for llic admiration of hospital nurses and internes today while •150 men rested from a rescue that h'.id carried thoin deep into the north woods for two days. Thelma Ann Wilkc, 21 nioiitlr old, toddled away from home I-'ri- j day afternoon and disappeared in tangled scrub-oak woods Ilia 1 , j spread desolately for miles on j every side. i Neighbors with torches bent '< through the woodland tbirkeis. > With darkness came swirling j snow. Wolves howled. Several ' hundred youths from nearby (X'C i camps and a posse under Slierilf Morg Rider of .luneaii county: joined tile hunt. The search spread out fan-shape. The child's name echoed through the woods. , Late yesterday. Albert McLel- ; Ian, a farmer, almost stumbled 1 ' upon a tiny form, huddled at the trunk of a tree. Thelnm wa.-. so quiet bo believed her dead. Hi: - .'Mill! 11.1 l,.ii:; I 111 .-• i s wen- danger of ,;ii :h" sv.'ol- f-.-n:n noi-llf.-i-n "Gun Moll" Talks Biff Jones, who i;e?i?ned as football coach at Louisiana State uni- •srorsity after his wordy row with Senator Huey Lon;:, is shown, coaching spring football practice. at University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, where he is now grid mentor. Wynona Burdette Relating a vivid account of life with a band of machine-gunning bandits, Wynona Durdette, above, "gun moll" of pang.-ters, told the in?i<!f> story of the Kai pis-Darker paiiL', when .-ho testified at the St. I'aid trial t-f 10 charged with the $200,000 Hremer kidnaping. • KM" M-c;i|ic(i I'l-oin Ace (Inn Thai Killed I-'oui-. demanding, re-armameut. I i-d Iro'iit of the three A unit, ^ i ,-u Hum 01 in,: iuit--i." powers, .,,^1 | with Italy .supporting the re-arm, f , lament demands, was predicted at I the Danilhian conference. Hungary announced she was ;.to sign the proposed guar- of Austrian independence San Diego. Cnl.j May rougan; "til,- Kill." <, ago, lies injured: ln-r, ...iirviv, T in' a :in>tn:- hilled four PITJUI,.-. in Tin: \oiJ.M.\Mtn-:. i'l-eni b : Linn- Slarl- VYccK's TriaK. I WJIIilij Janice' unde circumstances '1 Agents — Sell men's high-grade pre-shrunk broadcloth shirts, postage paid; liberal commission; our agents make SG-?S daily; write for free outfit. Col- only Shirt Co., New Haven, Conn. p-184 It and G Used Car Bargains 1933 V-8 Deluxe Coach, with radio. 1930 Model A Coach. 1931 Model A Coach. T of Cheap Used and Trucks. ton Main WANTED—A man who believes in himself, but he must also have the training; get this training through International Correspondence Schools; ask for circular on (check) Inventing. Chemistry, Radio, Aviation, Refrigeration, Air Conditioning. Architecture, Accountancy, Advertising, Electrical Engineer- 'ing, Draftings, Show Card Lettering, Good English. International Correspondence Schools, Jack Cunningham, Representative, 1834 South Adams street, Marion, Ind. c-ISC Baden. I ste p po( i ] )a( , k un(I ,. a ii(,,j ],,.,. name. A blond, tousled head bobbed up. "Hello." Thelma called cheerfully. "I'm hungry. Have you got a graham cracker?" One shoe was gone. a to..stuck from a ragged stocking and her clothes were torn by briar;;. Her cap was lost. The spot where Thelma was FEMALE HELP. 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 Bids, Cleveland, 0. p-185 MALI HELP WANTED ABLE MAN ifor coffee route pay- Ing up to 132.60 a week; everything furnished; automobile^ given producer; write Albert Mills, 7140 Monmouth, Cincinnati, Ohio. p-184 Farmers Frmers— Drain ih*t wet; field MOW planting. ITour year's i -at stake. With' «ota at W.M ywr 'can't afford to 'Cut o&Vevqi**h1ng-«toe, if necessary, and W«Betstock of tile for qjiick .\ Factory operating day of ware, lor pricey stating the location of your farm, and found, only three and a hall miles from her home was so deeply wooded that the heavy snow which fell during the first night of her wanderings had no: penetrated. McLcllan summoned other searchers and the child v.'as ca:-- ried back to her home, wrapp^i' in a luninberjack's jacket, the-i to a hospital here where she wa" found to have a temperature of 101 from exposure S. Hess, Jr., said ther- danger of pneumonia, and that she would be from the hospital LU- Dr. J. was no however, released morrow. "Weren't you afraid of th-.bears and the wolves?" the doctor asked Thelma after sl't- bad been tucked in between v.avm blankets. "No, but I missed my dolly," she said. GENERAL STKIKK. tilling. Tin otlic rs li'-'jd i:> a iragi.-dy v. i n- Junior freckled juvenile! actor houd friend of ynuii'4 KolHTi Ilorni-r. i'."). I.".- An radio pi-rl'oi UK r find v.rit.j-. rharK-s .ir;!i>-.s, H l [f fori-aian t-; the L'oogaii ranch m-;ir i'ine V.ill- J i:: the hills e.'.st c,f ju-iv. Jackie, wiio i.-::j.v.ped with i ;m- paraiivriv minor! ir. ,itii i'-.', »"ii:'I remember only b;lzy <irt wreck as the pariy of rc.-tiirning 1'roM ;> d'iv, Mexico. • The elder Cnnglm. ill, vaudeville lieadliiicr. vii» had built. .Iacl:ii-'s film i-ai-niiiL-s o!' i more th;-n a million (!,.!!,:i.- , ; .. vl.Suii.Odn by n-iil eslatr Ii:v.,-:•-; ments before thc ; di.-pn s.-ion vi.u ' r at the wheel oil .lad.i, s ni v: i coupe. • ' As they rounded a ; urv.> UK- • ronpr;, with Jackir am! Durl:in in ; tho rum bio seat.. Was forced iroi.ii the highway by jail approaching! I car. | i j : "The next, l.biijpr I ruiiK-inl.er." said Jackie, "is that we were ;;o- iiiK over an embankment. I was knocked down in. tliu seat, l/'ul ! pulled myself up and jumpt::! jquiiTkly." j | Durkin, Ilornerj and Jones \viiro hilled instantly. The elder ('i)o- gan lived for haill an hour. Jac.-llio would take up arms against C!er- maiiy. Hungary agreed to -attend Ilio Daiiubian conl'i:rence in Koui" bu! reserved the right to sign a Dannbian pact or mutual assistance. The three powers were understood to ha.ve reached an agreement in principle' on practically all 'points necessary for a solid front "t the Home conference. !iI \UAUV INSISTENT. ll:|\,- Annv n] !Ie-Ai in i (10,0011. i|:, l':i:i-' ! !•• : • i. \ , 1- i !' . .'.!;.y C,.- 1 i u n: ai \- \\;i, i;nd'-r.-'-'iini today to hav-' --iihinit- U-d a ic-qm-t-t for coinpuls.ory military M:rvi'-,; and u;i anny of llio,- iiuii. 'i'ln- i< cuafiTriii iniiii.-t i-rs of and Italy, in pc-iK'j'al! Dai t;i-x; lUOlUll. Miiniran- tluis Austria. Hungary, preparation for tli" libian" conference .\ur.\Di.\. ! fnll Di-kover of Lima. Ohio, i bpoiit from Thursday iintil Sun| day: i-vi-ning here with, his sister | Mrs. Viileria Underwood. and Mrs. Bernard Heath of visited Thursday, aflcr- iioi.n with Mr. and Mr*. Clarence Guy. . ' .Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Abel and daughter Sarah Jane returned iii.mii- Wednesday afternoon from Kof-kpon who,-,, they had be"n ; . visiting for the past ' two weeks at til | with h-.u- mother Mrs. Nora Jones. -Mrs. I.eiia Fox has returned >inv from spending a- few davs Ih Austria in jespacod with two i broken rihs ami Lumber Industry in (be North- bruises. I West Is I'aruly/cd. (Fly United rrcss). Portland, Oi"e.. May C. — The great lumber industry of the Pacific northwest was shut down today by its first general striko since the world war. None of the Portland mills opened today, the deadline set by the union lumber workers for operators .to sign union agreements. Af.Total.'iof ,1,000 : men were ;pn strike here, 1 925 of whom walked out today. The others strucl: within the last ten days. LITTLi: HOY DI10D. I''lincra! Service;- li;iby to Hi; Flint nil for Tuc.sdav. J ' n.s will bo dueled Tuesilay afternoon at 2:j(|i| o'clock at. the Chiristiiin church (in Klwood for Curl I Thumnia. months-old son cJf.Mr. and Conrud Thurnmii of Elwo whose death occu eniijg. at 7:45 < Mercy hospital in will be In the City red Sunday 'cloak, at, iBlwood.' Bu cemetery the The little lad underwent'a rious operation. f0r appendli Thofee Chicks Have Healthy Growth • FEED RED COMB I : • i : ^ GET OUR FREE GROW HEALTHY CHICi^ Fc be!l Co. in Indiitnapolis in the home of- hev sister Mrs. Glen Whisler while her ,datitrhlc-r Mrs. Robert West of Ilagorstown underwent an op| "ration for sinus trouble at the I Methodist hospital Thursday [ morning. Mrs. West was on the operating table for over two hours and when her mother ro- utrncd home she was getting along ns well as could be expect• (' Mrs. Lester Ilolman had as hsr guests Wednesday evening Mrs; Tom Johnson, Mrs. Verne Cooper, Mrs.; Carl Milbr. Mrs.. Shelley Cardner, Mrs. Clayton Young Mrs. i Fred Hnuur, Mrs. Alva Holman,; Mrs. Raymond Mason and Mrs. j Will Long, all of Tipton. Mif. and Mrs. Frai U Waltz have reeoilred; a card from thair gfandi sons Curl and Floyd .McNew of Tipton 'who .are with the CCC at Salem, Indiana. The young men- joined about two weeks ago and state that they are enjoying their' work and have had several interesting experiences. Miss Isabella ; Campbell la spending a few weeks in Indiana- police as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ryan. Guy Nagle who has been quite ill and has been bedfast for the past five weeks is.slightly better. Mrs. Glen Drumm was hostess to the members of the Auction bridge club at her home Wednesday evening with six : members and three guests present, Mrs. John Button of Kokomo, Mrs. Wesley Abel and Mrs, Elmer Long., Tables were arranged ior several-games of bridge and at the close of the evening prizes were awarded Mrs. Button first, Mrs. Walter Lewis of Noblesville second and Mrs. Shirl Riebeling consolation. A luncheon was served to those mentioned and Mesdames Vane Learning, Paul Apple and H. R., Hartley. The club will meet in two weeks with Mrs. Hartley. Mrs. J. X. Joseph, Mrs. H. J. Adams and Mrs. A. H. Baker of Noblesville were guests Wednesday of Mrs. Ralph Waltz and remained for a meeting of the Study club held with Mrs. Waltz Wednesday evening. Mrs. Joseph gave an interesting talk on "Probation", and Mrs. aaker talked on "Child Welfare." Lamar Beaver who was injured in Cicero Thursday when he was struck by an automobile as ho was boarding a street car for home is getting along nicely Clarke Wilson. Jr., hit the young man as he stepped from the curb, knocked hi nidown to the pave- knocked him down to the pave- the head and limbs. He was taken to the office of- a physician and then brought to his home in Arcadia. Mrs'. Amanda Rollings who has been ill for several days and has been bedfast at the home of her daughter Mrs. Herbert Loomis is better and is able to be up and about -the house. Mrs. Kva Clifford and son James. Mrs. Mollie Dickover and Miss Harriett Goldman spent Friday with their brother Harry Goldman at the home of his daughter Mrs. Helen Chosney near Anderson. Mrs. Conrad Rode entertained the Missionary society of the Christian church at their ragular monthly .meeting Wednesday afternoon. The meeting was opened by the president Mrs. Glen Gunning and all sang a song after which Mrs. Gunning offered prayer. During the business session plans were completed for the sacrificial luncheon to be held Sunday morning at the social hour at the church. The nominating committee named the following officers for the coming year: Pres ident. Mrs. K. P. \Vhisman; vice- president, Mrs. Rode; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Lauretta Ehman: and World Call secretary, Mrs. Cortez Thompson. A motion was made and carried for •. the election of these officers, and they will be installed at a special meeting at the church in June. There were official visitoTRT-'trom the Omega society and they were Mrs. Ed Quear and ilrs. Holloway, and Mrs. Quear gave an interesting talk to the society. Miss Emma Knause gave a splendid talk on "Stewardship" and Mrs. Ehman and Mrs. Raymond Knapp save the devotions. The program was in charge of Mrs. Ehman and they bad as their subject "The Glory of the Day." Mrs. Whisman save an -article on Japanese students and Mrs. John Kerr read an article, "The Challenge." A clever dialogue. "The Old, and the New" was given by Mrs. Ehman and Mrs! Thompson. A poem was read by Miss Ruth Raquet. The hidden answers were conducted by Mrs. Gunning and was followed by the D( MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE Phone 83 SEVICE MOTOR CO. Used Gar Bargains '34 Plymouth Coupe '33 Chrysler Bight Sedan: A. H. HInton Guaranteed USED OARS ! ' i 1038 Dodge Sedan i Coach Dodge' Coach IOTO 1991 OrevroIdtlConpo. ' lift* oW«ilet Sedan , missionary benediction. RefrealL- ments were served to thirteen members and guests. Mrs. Frank Shew was hostess; to the members of 'the Afternoon club at 1ier home Thursday with fifteen members present. A 'brief business 'period was held after, which several games of rook were enjoyed. Prizes for high scores were awarded to Mrs. Ethyle Bray and Mrs. L. V. Calvin. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Earle Shockney and Mrs. John McGHl in serving a delicious luncheon all aprlnitments being in keeping with spring. * Mrs. Orville Case and daughter Betty Marie of Indianapolis came Saturday to spend the week end with her mother Mrs. Verch Nagle. - You can lead a man to congress but you can not make him think. 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 of the estate of Mary Schmitt, deceased, has presented and filed his account, and vouchers v in final settlement of said estate, and that the same will come up for examination' and action of said Circuit Court on the 2nd day of May, 1335, 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 17th day of April, 1935. RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, (Seal) Clerk Tipton 171-77-83-89 Circuit Court. Notice of Administration. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed by the Judge of the Circuit Court of Tipton County. State of Indiana, administrator with the will annexed of the estate of John T. C'line, late of Tipton .County, deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. NOEL A. PURVIS, April 23. 1935. Administrator. JAMES M. PURVIS, Attorney. 174-80-86-92 Try a Tribune Want Ad. See the New Leonard Electric Refrigerators H. J. SCHRADER & CO. J.C.PENNEYGO 116-118 South Main St. LEATHERMAN FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Furnace Coils Waste Fuel Replace your Coil WHh a Self Action ' GAS WATER HEATER Public Service Co. of Ind. BREAD— 1%-lb. loaf .... KROGER GROCERY BAKING CO. 9c "j ,1 Comforts, BlankeS^Juilts SMITSON'S LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING Phone 120 i See— . * YOUNG & MASOR . 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