The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 15, 1935 · Page 5
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Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 15, 1935
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i-.: j It?..'.-; •-•'-.--{ ff.~ •/-?> :* . i.' :: - - ;•."';; •-•?.''•"•• ""?.,'<* '.-"," ' '-' : >'' ^:'--- :> -- :''->.- '. OL' -Tfcee ! I DROPPED OFF / -— — J — i-r 'Rii^T'CQ. / \ rOOK rr bfUbiei/.y \ NOT ^OH TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED FOR SALE OR TRADE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE — A dandy SO acres, Tipton county, or will trade for 40. L. W. Fuller. . c-l'Jl! FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE — Manchu soy beau seed. Phone 10X5. p-l!K! FOR SA-LE—All kinds vegetable plants, cheap. B. C. Chambers. 531 N. Independence. c-tf FOR SALE—11 head shouts. Oi- car Sicss. c-192 FOR SALE—Limited amount of hay and good soy beans. Elmer Letsinger. c-193 FOR SALE — Special prices on new combines. Butz Implement Store, Hobbs. c-19- FOR SALE — The Bourbou Red turkey eggs. Phone Ekin. Mrs. Warren Yantis. p-l!i2 FOR SALE—Comb honey, 10 Ibs. for ?1.00. Katlileen O'Banion. Phone 1G1G. tf •'OR -SAL1-:—Globe range, price $10. Margaret Barrett, Phone Kempton. p-193 FOR SALE—Hals, ?1. Thursday, Friday, Saturday. Roode lla'l Shoppe: c-194 FOR SALB—Duntield .soy bean seed; extra good, $1.21) pi-r bushel. Fred Lou. Phone 24S3, Windfall. c-192 IMroKTAXT—<»ril.-r chicks in advanri-. ' Hatch c.ich 'lion. Hi.-avii-s $T.K IJLT KIO; l£7.25 D'ir BOO: ST.Oil IKT 1,000. ,an, - e type Wliitu LcRhorns .C.lir. JUT 10"; 5ii.75 PIT r.nO; E'J.r.H per l.otio. Feu" started chicks, lloosier liati-lit-Tj', MMiiyan- town. Inil FOR SALE—Kerosene cookstove. Mendenhall's Studio. c-tt FOR SALIC — Mclntosh -Broojn Bi]oom corn seed. Co. c-tf FOR SALIC—Com lor equipment; Huffer. Phone )Iete beauty par- bargain. Lloyd 24. p-195 Oil TRADE — siudcbaker sedan, good doll. condition Merit Mun- p-192 BIG AUCTlbN SALE — Furniture aid household goods; everything in the store at your own price; Saturday, May 18, starting at 1 o'clock, Foster Furniture Co. c-tt' tin arid Mr. audj Mrs. Barney Cox. Mrs. EMartiu accpmpanied her sis- Kll'ort to Got Out of JailUer and brother! to their home in Without lloud. Uedkoy and wilf spend this week with her fatherj Albert Curnutt. -Mr] and Mrs. Marshall Bauson i j Cliue, city attorney, left for ludi- and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Williams anapulis today -to seek tlie re-j spent! Mother's pay in lease of Mayor Clare W. II. I the guests of thje former's daugh- Makilli! Iluntington, May 15.—Claude Bangs. Hangs is beins held the HuutiiiKtou- county jail following his conviction on a civil contempt of court action. Cline planned to n'le suit in the ter, Mrs. Irene Hill and daughter Jane. In the afternoon they attended the. Soldiers' Day parade at the Veterans' Home there. Mr! and Mrs.! Shirl Riebeliug and daughter Barbara visited Suu- SALE — SJupersex ating stove: | 5-burn FOR heating fuel oil burner kerosene range, enamel finish; kitchen cupboard; porcelain top electric kitchen cabinei; kitchen table: tobacco wall oasc; 24 dining chairs; Cora-C »la cooler; beer "EAT" sign: Supreme Court, mandating Judge, day ejvening near Tipton with Mr. Irs. Ernest Doversberger. ra remained for a week's with her uncle and aunt. and .Mrs Lloyd Smith OL e, spent Sunday here as the ; of Mr. jaud Mrs: George ;er Donahjio of Urbana, 111., Sunday f(>r an indefinite with Mr. tind Mrs. Charles r and he jwill assist in the Mr. Farrar, who is il!. David Smith, of Fort Wayne, to j and : release the Mayor without bondjBurb; pending appeal of the conviction.' visit The attorney will lile with the.' .Mr Public Service Commission a peti-| Muni- tion asking that it prevent cur-! L-UOSI tailment of "stand by" service ti the city street lighting circuits j Oli by the -Northern Indiana Power Icaine Company. The power company, which | Karr filed the contempt charges care against Bangs and live plant em-JMr. Farrar suffered a stroke of electric popcorn machine; cash register. Bunch's Lunch's. I'hono 1507. WANIED WANTED—Paper Barnes. Phoiu WANTED—Girl; Palace Cafe. plnyi-s for violation of a Hunting-! j-. ton circuit court restraining or-j poor j der, has threatened to discontinue! jj r ,'tlic "stand by" service. ;!S th Cline also will seek to prevent Mrs. jllarvey Re •sis recently and is in verv c-l!)3 (i, 0 po\ver company from remov-j .John ing city primary and secondary | fhte' lines from telephone poles. The ;; i ( i cleaning. Rev. 39. c-192 person. c-195 WANTED—Yon ID know we have plenty of wall paper at S cents a double roll. | Rexall, Drugs. c-tf FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the cheapest for farmer or poultryman; a few started chicks. Tiptou Hatchery. c-t£ FOR SALE—New Remington No. 8 noiseless typewriter, shopworn, regular price $79.50, sale price $61.50 cash. Tribune Press. tf FOR SALE — Super clean hard ' coal for broqdcr stoves. Phone 55. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf FOR SALE—Lumber, doors, windows, brick, etc., cheap while wrecking buildings for now postofflco site. Arnm Hous'j Wrecking Co. Salesman on job. p-192 TOR SALE — 21. H. C. rotary hoes, like new; ti.'l!) John Dcer^ fertilizer attachment; No. fl corn planter; Osbnrn grain binder; new Allis-C'balmers ••• available. Butz Implement Store. Phono 33X8. c-tf MAYTAG .SALES and SERVICE Xcw and Used Washers for Demonstration. SERVICE MOTOR CO. Pliono 83 R and 6 Used Car Bargains T, • ^ j- . ' 4^933 V-8 Coupe H. •*$*f+. ' . i-Pas&enger, Gojupe. lodel A 'Coach [ A Coupe 1A Coach WANTED — Paptjr hanging, reasonable. Coyucr, I'hone 1270. WANTED—Garde guaranteed. Phone 3530. i plowing; work ]ra 0. Baden. c-195 MEN — Not und ft., or over, IS re-.-ord, who obtaining a SI joh. Economic rean. Write Tribune. McKinsey and Mrs.. Howard Hill had eir guests Sunday Mr. and de, Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. er McKinney and son Donee, all of Cicero. city .contends it has permission of, Mr?. Sarah Myers has returned the company to use its poles "Tor home; the extension city plant. of service of the j u , ::nd srFFKi:i:i> KTROKI:. quite from speilding several days ianapolis in the home of Mr. Mrs. Howard Kaltenbacb. saltenbacbi, who has been ill, is sonic better. Condition of \ViIliiiui I'nrrish Said to He More Critical. William 1'arrish. veteran el Plate man, wlm has been I Mri. Lclia FJOX spent Sunday ,::nd Monday in j Hagerstown with j iier (.aughter and husband,: Mr. ji-nd Mrs. Robert West. Mrs. West recently underwent an! op- n for sinus trouble, is get- confined to his home since Sep-jtin K i onK as well as can be ex- te.nber with high blood pressure; ,, ccte d. Mrs . | Sadie Cornelius, and kidney trouble, .suffered a( W ho has been visiting in Indiana- :r 1.35 Ibs., 5',j -50, with clean interested in 75 government Research Bu- 2U2, care of p-192 - j stroke of paralysis Tuesday night | ]i O lis and bis condition is said to be!<;i on aie Box FOR KENT F O R R E N T -j- Housekeepin rooms. Anna Hpoton. c-197 FOR RENT—Good 4-room house. Phono 2-12G. c-192 CHEAPEST house good garden sp >l PERSONAL rent in Tipton; Phone COO. P-19S STOMACH ULCEft, gas pains, in digestion victims, why suffer? For quick relief pie of Ulga, a doctor's prescription at Lewis 3peckbaugh's. p-Tu-W-Th-193 MISCELLANEOUS CURTAIN LAUNI ready for them, for. Phone 3181 BUSINESS today dard of cfficien if you ignore it other long stret .ment; get that sends of others C. S. home studjy trades and profi ssions tional Correspondence Jack Cunnl tative, 1834 Scjuth Marlon, Ind. MONEY TO LOAN FARM LOANS—Reasonable rat'i Fielding & Flelllng.' c «c Tribune Want Ads Pay. gel a free sam- ^ERING—Home Mrs. Bert Hel- c-192 las a new stan- :y, of training; you Invite an- :h of unemploy- training as thou- have through I. courses in the Interna- Schools, Represen- Adams St., c-192 most critical. The attack affected bis side he being unable to move his- hand and his speech which has: fpent Monday night and Tuesdav- bcen bad for some time is such nere |, vith his {parents Mr. and that only bis wife can anticipate, Mrs . {gorge Mosbaugh. with her ] daughter, Whisler fir several weeks. jretnrijied to hen home here Sun- >'ne Mosbaiigh of Ft. Wayne. his wants. It is feared that unless there [s soon a change forp cls t the better he cannot long survive. ;uu i j MORE .MODEL HOMES. Smaller Cities Will He Helped by The FHA. Indianapolis. May 15. — Al- and Mrs. lane Learning had r diner guests Sunday,: Mr. rs. Williajn Hughes and er Margaret Ann of Omed Mr. and Mrs. John Leam- Cicero. Evening guests were d Mrs. Harry Higbee and id Mrs. Fred Coudeu of Mrs though the original plan was loh las j,, construct model homes only in ! w j tn j cities with more than 10,000 pop- j ] las ulation, FHA officials here have ji rs ; intimated that they also will be built in several smaller cities of the state. to spt Mr. ! and d R. Earl Peters,, state housing I j yn o ( (laugh Ra, ai: ing of Mr. ai -Mr. a Indiai apolis. Elizabeth Overdorf, who en" spending a month here Ir. and Mrs. Carl Overdorf no to the .Ibert Ovirdorf at Atlanta id the su inner. : administration director, an- JTuesdi y of Mr announced that it is the FHAJHildeb plan to build the homes at Auburn, Noblesvillc, Richmond, Union City, Winchester, Hagerstown, Cambridge City, Ridgeville. Dunkirk .and Kloml Danger I^ Inulitnupnlis, May 15. — Although streams wero rising slowly, threat of a serious flood in southwestern Indiana was lessened today by fair weather. ARCADIA. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sowers' had as their dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. . Merle Bryan and Mrs. Bertha Bryan of Elwood. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Norrls ot Rickville, Tvere guests Sunday of Mrs. Mabel Whisler and * Mrs. Sarah Langston. Mrs. .Langston and 1 Luella iMae Whlslor accom- ---'-""•'""-T. and'Mrs. Norris home and the-aummer there. Lee Monda all of and Mrs. Charles Jackson ughters Suzanne and Mari- IndianapDlis, were guests and Mrs. !Ray evening meeting of the Company. Mr. as the honor Mrs. I and Mrs. home of and. Sowers vas at Frankfort and attended a Shell .Petrolbum Lew Groves jhad r diner iuests Sunday in of Mothe-'s Day, Mr. i and onovan Wilson and fanilly and M •. and Mik John Albright, Indfanapo is. Mr. :.nd Mrs. Howard Hall v'isit- cd in and W ednesday Mr. an 1-Mrs. He ward Sowers son Jaikle. On ernoon Cicero, Mrs. Harold vigited Alley Cicero Tiesday afternoon as the gue'sta of Mrs. Jol^n McKinsey was the daughter, Mrs. I Vincent Aiken here Th family Mr. ind; Mrs. , rile.n, Drumm Henry unger;h'a; 9>E8turoed*,hj «.«_ «<laM«lii«.V «x^.-ij*-jr!»*'ll Wednesday and aft- of guest of i her all. j Woods and Mrs. Indianapolis, irsday afterroon with tieir slater, -Mrs. Howard Mosbaugh and daughter Patty took JVIrs. George Wolfgang, "who had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ward Mosbaugh for the past week,' to her home in Indianapolis Sunday afternoon. Mrj and Mrs. Eugene Oyerdorf and Sir. and Mrs. Carl Overdorf were guests at a Mother's Day dinner at Indianapolis Sunday at the home- of Mrs. .Mattie Raquet. Other; guests included Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Raquet, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle; York, Miss Jessie Webster and Herbert Raquet. • Mrs. Hattie 'Kidder, who is making her home with Mr. and Mrs. :Lee Sowers and her; sister. Mrs. Mary Butler, returned home Sunday evening from Kokomo, where she had :been visiting for several days. Mrs. Corda Gar- retsou of Tipton, sister of Mrs. Butler and Mrs.- Kidder came on Friday for a few days' visit. ATLANTA. Methodist Episcopal Church. (Revi Harold Thrasher, pastor.) Church cshool, 9:30 a. in. Max A. Steckel, superintendent.- • Moaning worship and Junior League, 10:30 a. m. Junior superintendent, Mrs. Emma Davis. Special talk and service for juniors before the sermon. Sermon by the minister, "Are We Buddhists or Are tVe Christian's?" Epworth League, 6:45 p. m. Victoj- McCarty, president! Evening service, 7:30. Anthem by thje choir. Duet by Will Leonard and Mrs. Hazel Meehan. Sermon by the minister. Mid-week service each Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Wo cordially invite you to attend -our services. You • will find a hearty welcome. Sixteen young people from this church attended the youth rally at Cicero last Monday evening. Victof .McCarty led tfie devotions. Wasleyan Methodist Church. (Rev.j Dempsey Howard, pastor.) Sunday school at 9:30;. Lon Spencer, superintendent. Morning worship service at 10:30. : Young Peoples meeting; 7:00. Evening worship service at 7.'30.;.Sermon by the pastor. Prayer meeting Tuesday evening ai 7:30. Cottage prayer meeting I Friday afternoon at 2:00 at the home of Mrs. jlda Spidel, this and the meeting of the W. H. & P.; -M. society j being postponed from last Fridajy on account of the funeral service for Mr. Roy J. Stone. Mrj and Mrs. Ralph Hill and Wilbur Basey and family of Indi- anapd.Iis and John Chenoweth and family of Arcadia, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Long! and .Mrs. Estelle Basey. Mrj and Mrs. Charles Bryan of Marttyisville were week end guestfe of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Parker. 1 i Mr and Mrs. Dewey Mount of Cicerp were Sunday dinner; guests of Mijs. Mary Mount. Mrs. Maggie Hartman of Tipfon was also a dlnnet guest. ; ' Mrj and Mrs. j Marion Bower, Mr. and Mrs. I.j M. GashoJ, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gasho, Mr. and- Mrs. Charlies Gasho and^Gracej Anne Gasho were Mother's Day guests of Mil. and Mrs. iGeorge Thurston west bf Cicero, i } 'J and Mrs. Ifoward Spidel en- tertal|ied at Sunday dinner In honon of their seventh Bedding anniversary which occurred on the Hth and also in honor of Mothi r's Day. Guests were Mr. and B In. V .L. Hirrlson of jcioero, Norbi n Spidel aind family', Mr, and .Mrs. Ed Sp del west [of Atlanta Spide '-Mr of IB and Mr. ind Mrs. {Robert ot Indian .polls, and i Mrs. Fred • Dliedrttch .' ' * -3** Vere Sund gjuestfl of Mi and Mrb.' ' Ike iey al 'Mr. and Mrs. David Dunn, Srj., entertained as Mother's Day guests David Dunn, Jr., and family of the Albright community. Afternoon' guests were Paul Nightenhelser and family, Mrs. Edith Conaway and daughter Alberta and Mrs. Myrtle Shuck. Fred Leach and family and Mr. arid Mrs. John Holloway of Indianapolis were Mother's Day guests of Mrs. Barbara Leach and son James. (/ * ' • Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Long, Charles Lotfg, Mrs. Nancy Long and Irwin and Jay Long were called to Marion Tuesday evening by the death of Carah McMullen of that place. Funeral .services were held at the home ' Friday with iinterment in the -Shearer cemetery west of Cicero. : Friday dinner guests of Mrs. Nancy Long were Mrs. 'Lizzie Weidenhorn and daughter Nellie and Fred "and Nellie Neidheimer of Indianapolis and Mr. and Mrs. John r Neidheimer of Hobbs. All had attended the McMullen funeral. Saturday evening guests of Mrs. Flora Phenis.were Mrs. Alma Major and son Charles and daughter Beulah of Omega. Mother's Day guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Buscher of Kokomo. Mrs. MeirGood of Kokomo was the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Quay: Kring. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Walton were Dick Walton of Carthage, Ben Heiser of Richmond, Walton Vancleave and daughter Mable, Mrs. Jean Powers of Gary and Clara Boyer of Atlanta. Other afternoon guests were William Hinshaw and family of Windfall, Mrs! Rose Vancleave remained over to keep her mother Mrs. Anna Rhodes company during the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Walton who will leave Thursday morning 'for Hutchins, Kansas, to be present at their daughter Julia Anna's graduation exercises. Miss Walton will graduate from Junior college the 23rd and will return home with her parents. While there they will visit with Mr. and Mrs. Roscqe Ballard where Miss Walton has made her home during her college course. Alonzo Jennings visited from Friday until Sunday with his grandchildren, Mr. and Mrs. Burl Foland at Elwood, who accompanied him home returning to' Elwood Sunday evening. The men of the Atlanta Christian church will cook and serve a Mothers and Daughters -banquet in the church basement Saturday evening. The menu is a secret from the ladies. Mrs. Henry Gttnst, Sr., was taken to the Coleman hospital at Indianapolis Saturday .morning where she underwent an opera-, tion at 9 a. m. Monday morning. No word had been received in At- lanta'yet Tuesday as to the outcome of the operation.' Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Warfel accompanied her to the hospital Saturday. •Mr. Gunst, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hines of Hemlock and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Warfel and son -Ronald visited Sunday with Mrs. Gunst at the hospital. • • • Edgar W.altoii of Kokomo spent the week end with his mother Mrs. Kittle Walton east of Ati lanta.;' •• -'.; _• . -._.-'' ' |. .Mr. and Mrs. Everett Small spent Mother's Day with Mr. .and Mrs. Charles Eller at East J Unf ion. Other guests ; were 'Pauf Maholm and family of Ft. and Roy Eller and family, of Indt-t anapolls. Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E, Scott were Mrs. Ej Snodcrass ot Greensboro, N. C,\ week end at Anderson wltn relatives'. On'Sunday they Tlslteid with a niece. Mrs. Lillie Wood who was seriously, injured in an automobile accident four weeks ago en route to the fnneral_of her ancle James Ward at -Monon. SHARPSVILliE. Harvey Pruett attended the funeral of ' his brother's daughter, age seven months, Tuesday at Bloomington. The little one died fallowing an attack of scarlet fever. Mrs. Prnett returned home Tuesday night,, after being in the home for the past - two weeks 'assisting in caring for the baby. Rev. H. C. Powell and Mrs. Dale Carpen of Marion, were the Tuesday dinner guests of L. F. Rubush and family. John Rub.ush, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Rubush, is spending the summer with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rubush, of Wausaukee, Wis. •The merchants here are sponsoring free. open air moving pictures. The '.first one was given Monday evening) and others will be given each Monday evening for several -weeks Mrs. Gertrude Crozier of Eaton spend the week with his sister, Mrs. Lyle Rubush and family. Wayne Hite and family and Mrs. Frank Miller rof Greentown, Herbert Lyons and family and Herbert'•' Stafford and family of Kokomo, were the Thursday uv- enlng guests of Lyle Rubush ar.d family. Mrs. Clyde Rubush and son, Lyle Rubust and children returued. to her home at Wausaukee, Wis., after spending several weeks here in the Rubush home. The' Busy Bee 4-H clothing club met at the school building Tuesday afternoon for "election of officers as follows: President, Mary C. Butcher; vice-president, Mary Shoup; secretary and treasurer,' Francis Henderson; song leader, Betty Welder; yell .leaded, Nelma May Wallace, aud ri- anist, Mary Jane Harper. The next meeting will be May 21, at the school building. Eileen Biddle of Michigan City, is spending the ..week with her mother and grandmother, Mrs. Shirley Biddle and Mrs. Melissa Hoffman. Mr. and Wrs. Clarence McCarty entertained Sunday at a chicle en dinner in honor of Mother's Day. A number of guests were present. Victor Owens and family are spending the week with her mother. ; ,Mrs Hattie Luse of near Mc- Co'rdsville, and also visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Owens of near Bedford. Lyle Rubush and family entertained at dinner Thursday Mrs. Lydia Spangler and Clarence Smith and family of Kokomo. Other supper guests were Paul Cook and family and Mrs. Allie Leavitt ot Indianapolis. • ceased, ^tf estatdS to be solvent NOEL April 23, 1935. JAMES M. PURVIS,. Attorney. ' | 3 Notice of Notice is hereby -given that'tig undersigned has been appoint"' by the Judge of the Circuiti( of Tipton County, |Stafe"br'L_. ana, executrix of : the estate"f Peter Henry, lat;e of County, deceased, i Said -est supposed to be solvent. ._ CATHERINE HENRTJ*-^ April 22, 1935. ] E J-i-'^a KEMP & KEMP, ' Attorneys. : 174-8p-86i92fep Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Eti. <| In the matter of the estattfjof"^ Charles W. Warne', deceased. -^ In the Tipton Circuit ~ April Term, 1935 Notice is hereby given ' i Emma Warne ,as administratrix ot-S the estate .of Charles W. __/ vi deceased, has presented and: filed.§ her account and vouchers in finaF? 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, ct&- " ditors 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 approvra. Witness, the clerk and seal-t-of " said Tipton Circuit! Court at Tipton, Indiana, this 30th day of Ap-% ril, 1935. RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, (Seal) Clerk Tipton 180-86-92-98 Circuit Court. . ' • i • . % ' ^ | Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. . In the matter of the estate-. Kit Pernial Blazier, deceased. In the Tipton Circuit Court, April Term, 1935. -. • ' , Notice is hereby given that Vollen Blazier, as executrix ot the ies- tate.of Pernial Blazier, deceased. has presented and 'filed her ac- • count and vouchers in final set- r tlement of said estate, and that f the same will come up for exaJmr" -s {nation and action of said Circuit",: Court, on the 24th 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 3nd-: vouchers should not be approved, Witness, the clerk and sealLqf ' said Tipton Circuit Court, at Tipton,. Indiana, this 1st day of May,_ 1935. RAYMOND 'W. SIMPSON, (Seal) Clerk Tipton ." 180-86-92-98 Circuit Court.; See the New Leonard Electric Refrigerators H. J. SCHRADER & CO. J.CPENNEYGOL 116-118 South Main St. Gilbert Scott and family and Mr, and Mrs. Harold Scott of Kirk land. >They*motju r e v d, the •"•*--•* ' -' -- WINDFALL. June Mitchell made a trip, a distance of about 1,400 miles (altogether. He left last Monday morning for Cedarville, N.-J., arriving there Tuesday evening where he visited at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. John Brineshults, parents of Mrs. Mitchell, until Thursday morning, when he in company with Mr. .and Mrs. Brineshults left for Windfall, arriving Friday evening. It is the firs time the parents of Mrs. Mitchell have ever visited hef. They will remain for a couple of weeks. Enroute to Cedarville, Mr. Mitchell stopped in Pennsylvania, for a short visit with James Hilker, a missionary from Africa, who lee- turned at Windfall last winter. Mr. Hilker and family sail* on Wednesday for their mission station In Africa. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Randalls of Hamilton county, were the six o'clock dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. B. V. Chance Saturday evening. -•;•'.• Mr^and Mrs. D wight Foreman and children of .Elwood, . spent Sunday- with Mr. and! Mrs. Ed Foreman. ,: . • Mrs. John Shockney, who was operated several days ago for appendicitis at the Mercy hospital, was able to be removed to her home south ot tows Sunday, .The trip -WM made In the Edwards ambulance. LEATHERMAH FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Furnace Coils Waste Fuel Replace Your Coil With a Self Action GAS WATER HEATER Public Service Co. of IncL- BREAD— 1%-lb, loaf ..... KROGER GROCERY & BAKING CO. J-K' Nqtlw to hereby igt^b the Ptedr Comforts,: SMITSOirS &DEY Phone 120 YOUNG & Suits and! 106 Bast Jeffe LIHBB:

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