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HtffiliNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOB SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE' — Manchu soy bean seed. -Phone 16X5. p-193 FOR SALE—All kinds vegetable plants, cheap. B. C. Chambers,' 531 N. Independence. c-tt FOIl SALE — Duroc male hog. Charles Beck. p-194 FOR SALE—Used tires, tubes and batteries; practically all sizes. Lineback's. c-lOS FOU SALE—11 head shoats. Oscar Siess. c-192 FOR SALE—Limited amount of hay and good soy beatis. Elmer Letsinger. c-193 BIG AUCTION SALE — furniture and 1 .ousehold goods; everything in the store at your own price; Saturday, May 18, starting at 1 o'clock Foster Furniture Co. c-tf WANTED WANTED—G i rl; call Palace Cafe. in person. c-195 WANTED—You to knpw we have - plenty of wall paper at S cents a double roll, Rexall, Drugs. •^ c-tf WANTED — Paper hanging, reasonable. Coyner, Ifhone 1270 c-19:! r, Pli WANTEJ>—Garden plowing; work FOR SALE—Corah honey, 10 Ibs. for $1.00. Kathleen O'Banion. Phone 1616. tf FOR SALE—Globe range, price .?10. Margaret Barrett, Phone Kempton. p-193 FOIl SALE— Hats. ?1, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.' Rootle Hat Shoppe. c-194 FOR SALE—Kerosene cookslovc. Mendenhall's Studio. c-tf FOR SALE — Broom torn sued. Mclntosh Broom Co. c-tf FOR SALE—Complete beauty parlor equipment; bargain. Lloyd Huffer. Phono M. p-19. r > FOR SALE—Young fries, dresse.! if desired; delivered. Mrs. Jes.-i-i Devaillt. Pliolli? 11X.'!. c-l!)4 IMroi'.TA.VT— Oril.-r cliiclfs In ailv.'im-r. ]l:iii'li i-.u-li aton. Iltavi.-s ?7.l.'. i>cr li"': 7.M per f,ui.i: ?7."» HIT l.OOi'- . n jn-r I.IIIMI. Kew Marteil chicks. Hoosier Jlatdnry. ilk-iiifc-an- tn\vn, Jntl FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the cheapest for farmer or poultryman; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. e-tf guaranteed. Phono 35 36. Ira O. Baden. atter of Hobbs, were Indianapolis visitors Tuesday? 1 Miss Cora Boldon of Mishawaka was the week end guest of her mother Mrs. Rose Boldon. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Hanshew entertained at Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Culver Prcesang and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hanshew and daughter of Noblesville. Ralph Blessing is suffering much pain from an infected jaw that was caused from 'the extraction of a wisdom tooth. Mr. and Mrs. June Mitchell and their guests, .Mr. and Mrs. John Brinesliults of Ccdarville, New Jersey, visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ericson at Indianapolis Wednesday. KKMPTO.V. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Spldel entertained at Snnda dinner Mr. and Mrs. Norban-Spldel, Allan, Russell and Calvin .Spldel west of Atlanta, Mr. and -SJIrs. Robert Spidel, Mr. and Mrs. [Ed Spidel of Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Harrison of Cicero. This was the seventh wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Spidel. Miss Betty Smitii was the Thursday guest of Mr. and .Mrs. SI. F. Hoover of East Union and attended the banquet Thursday night at the East Urjion church. Sunday guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Gns Busclier were A!Ir. and Mrs. Charles McEutee and daughters north of Atlanta, Miss Waneta i Switzer and John JBuscher of Litchfield, 111. ; FOR RENiT FOR R E X T — Housekeeping rooms. Anna Hootoji. c-19i Herman Beck of Lebanon. Sirs. Ella Ricketts and mother Sirs. Susan Tutior had as their Saturday dinner guests the for- CHEAPEST house rent in Tipton: | mer's son Jason Rieketts and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Daniel and daughter Rachel a n (! Lewis Sir. and Mrs. Lowell Amos of i \Vright of Bloomington were the Anderson wore week end guests i week en<l guests of Mr. and Mrs. of the latter's parents Sir. and j Allan Wriglit west of Atlanta. Mrs. Frank Goodnight. Other Sun-! Mr. and Mrs. Lester Nance of day guests were Dr. and Sirs. Walnut Grove w-eru Sunday guests '"" Mrs. Pearl Carson and family. X 1C VA I>A-HOPEWKLL. Tiielma Henderson of Kokomo good garden spot. (Phone 6flO. p-1 !l S PERSONAL STOMACH I'LCER, gils pains, indigestion victims, why suffer? For quick relief get! a free sample of Ulga, a doctor's prescription at Lewis Speckbaugh's. p-TU-W-Tli-193 MISCELLANEOUS DELAYS are dangerous; if you had Utke.n an I. C. S. course 10 years ago. you'd be sure of your job today; invest r' art of your S. spare Xmas check in I. C time salary-raisin; International Coirespondenrr Schools. Jack r'linninghain. Representative. 1S:U SoviUi Adams daughter Juno and Robert Estis I and Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Hender- and son Robert Jr.. of Anderson.'*"' 1 wore the week and guests of Sunday dinner guests were SIrJ n:llIas Snyder and family of Ft. and Mrs. Granville Tudor of Pick-1 Wayne. j .„.[] | Sir. and Sirs. Frank Cage of DAILY visit Will 2* 3 am RIley affd family Kenneth Holt and I family of Richmond! and Harold Holt of Elwood weria week end! guests j of Ralph Harney and family, i Mr. anlfl Mrs. William Haines spent Saturday night at Indianapolis with Mr. and Mrs. Truman Morris and on Sunday they iail spent thejday at Liberty with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Orr. ; Mrs. Mjyrtle Brown spent Monday nigho at Frankfort with Mrs. Cleo Timmons and on Tuesday visited at Peru with Mrs. Addie Miller who Is very ill 1 at the home of her daughter Mrs. Gilbert Hooten'. j Mr. and Mrs. George Sheedy and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sheedy spent Sunday at Connersville with Sirs! Anna Simmons, grandmother of the Sheedy's. William and Ruby Perry went to Scipicp Saturday ; for an extended visit. Sir. an,d Sirs. George Bowman of Riverwood were the week end guests of 'M. C. Marshall and family, i Raymond Robinson and family were Sunday guests of Charles Robinson; and family of Elwood Sirs. Geneva Cook and Boone Leavell and family were Anderson visitors Saturday evening. Sunday guests of Mrs. Irena Land were Howard; Miller and Sir. and Sirs. Fuller Huffman Swoetzer were the Saturday nve-| f am n y of,Sulphur Springs, Mrs Zella Mu^hmore of Anderson, Car Stack arid family of Gary, Mrs Charles Moffltt and children of jmUville and Sir. and Sirs. Sam j Griffith, jobid Tyner' and family Mrs. Xack Sullivan. Mrs. Loin: IJ °K llc wcro the Sunday dinner j oj . Kiwoo'fl. Earl Tyner and family Edgingtno mid daughter Lolita 0 f: :;I "' sls of Denney Bogue and fam- j \yard Tyner, Chas. McDaniel and entertained Sunday the latter's »'".? KUost.-i of Sirs.; Delia Cage mother Sirs. Addir I'yle and sister j • 1I " 1 daughter Freda: Evalyn Pyle anil John Alexander! Fro(i Bogue and family of Sum- of Indianapolis. Indianapolis were Sunday jjunst.si i! y of Kokomo. ! Ralph Henderson. of theri pan-nts Dr. and Sirs-! <!«rth Scott and family of Indi-j ji,-. and Sirs. William Harve Ferguson. Jones The Club Woman's Study Kempton ment Friday afternoon I Mrs - Jasper Henderson. St., Marion, Indi FOR SALE—';>! model C'rosley refrigerators. ;i!l sizes; used electric and ice boxes; one washer, radios: easy payments. Lint- backs. c-l'JS TWO FLOORS of lie rugs, stoves, washer dios. etc.. and in 01 tiou to our store room for used goo c-193 janapolis were the Friday night 1 had as tlieir Sunday dinner guests O f.;:uesls of her parents. Sir. and,M v . and: Sirs. Oria Jones and on ] Sirs. Jasper Henderson-. | granddaughter of -Indianapolis with .Sirs. Weslev Finley with ! CMnirch services will be hold at i' a ui jonjes and family. Luke ! , i i j . n t» i I • . -, '- • • »»ii. aiiu mia. -r * a tin. u*s r «HUJ thirteen members present. Durim;' llic! Hope-well Presbyterian church j o ,,es anil family all : of Anderson Qf Greencast]e spent Saturday the business session plans were! Sunday evening Slay 1!), at 7:45! Frank Dunlap and family of El- maile. for a family ntelit with ;1 .j "' 1 ' lm ' k with l »° Key. Hurd Allen j W oud, Janies Joiies a : iid family of '*! pin-bin supper in two weeks at ; "rako of Kokomo in charge John i Albright, and: Raymond Groves. Mrs. Vane Learning was hos- ess to the members of the .Afternoon bridge club at her home Tuesday afternoon with all the members present but one' and Mrs. Lloyd Smith as a special guest. Tables were arranged- for several games of bridge' and at the close of the afternoon prizes were awarded to Mrs. Mark Mc- iill first, Mrs. Smith second and Mrs. Carl Overdorf consolation. The club will meet in two weeks with Mrs. Overdorf. A luncheon was served to those mentioned and Mesdames Chet Hall, Floyd Cunningham, Eugene Overdorf, Elmer Long an'd Ray Hildebrand. The R. B. Shaffer ambulance made a. trip to Anderson Sunday and brought Mrs. Garnet Nagle to her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Nagle have been residing in Anderson since last fall as Mr. Nagle is empolyed there. Mrs. Nagle recently underwent-a serious abdominal operation and it was thought best to bring her to her own home. June Baker is staying in the home caring for her. I ifotice of Administration. Notice is hereby, given that, the undersigned has been appointed by the Judge ot the Circuit Court of- Tipton County, State • of Indiana, administratrix of the estate of William H. Myerly, late of Tipton County, deceased. Said estate is supposed 'to be solvent. LENNIE MYERIAV May 15, 19351 Administratrix. KEMP &KEMP, -Attorneys. 193-99-205-11 Notice to Non-Residents. "Mrs. Curt Maker, Mr. and Mrs. Curt Sumner, Marianna Lieurance, Mrs. Wesley Shaffer and Mrs. Fred DeVaney were at Sheridan Friday and attended the funeral of their cousin Mary Gossard held at the Hinshaw funeral parlors. ' • Franft Carter of Terre Haute visited here from Friday until Sunday with his parents Mr. and Sirs. Charles Carter. Roscoe Cochran and family ot LaPorte came Sunday and brought Mrs. Frank Carter and two children who had been visiting in their home, here that she might accompany Mr Carter to their home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeVaney and filed Us accou n final settlement of sat and that the same will . ._ for examination and action of j Circuit Court on-the: 20th. May, 1935, at which time all creditors or legatees of said estate ; are required to appear in Bafd court and show cause, it any there be, why said account and vouchers should nqt be ^approved. Witness the clerk and seal o{ said Tipton Circuit Court, at Tifrs ton Indiana, this '25th day ot April, 1935. RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, (Seal) Clerk Tipton 175-81-87-93 Circuit Court the Slasonic hall. Sirs. Allen Kemp l!lL ' of j Elwood and Harvey Brown Windfall! of v furniture', j cave an interesting book review | ;, Pililco. rn-'«" "Goody l!ye Sir. Chip. 4 ." Scott and fimily of Indi, anapolis and Joe Henderson Sir. aiixl Sirs. J. B. Colviu spent and Sunday here with her mother Mrs. Elizabeth Jordan. Mrs. DeVaney remained to care for her mother who has been quite ill with symptoms of pneumonia. e new addi- u adjoining :Is; the fol- lowill!! suite; three-piece! overstuffed one only 11 FOR SALE—New Remington No. S noiseless typewriter, shopworn, regular price $70.50, sale price $61.50 cash. .Tribune Press. . ^£ FOR SALE — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 55. Edna Burkbait Co. c-tt ov"rsiuffe<l chair ai ice refrigerator; 3- 1'ection oil stove; a lection oil range; A ran,w; estate lie sieve; electric wash etiport; metal bed, mattress; trade it: goods on new. S rum. il footstool; burner 1'ev- Ki)K SALK '— Hig Type I'olund male. '2 years old; als;> limotliy hay. Dr. H. R. Sinclair. Plume Atlanta. p-l!M FOR SALE—Uriel;-, lumber, doors. i windows, etc., cheap, while I wrorkiiiR buildings ou new post office site. Arrow House Wrecking Co. .Salesman on job. P-1 It 5 1'OR SALE — Supersex fuel oil healing stove; ii-lmrner- kerosene range, enamel finish; kitchen cupboard; kitchen cabind, porcelain top kitchen's table: tobacco wall case; 2-1 diuins chairs; Coca-Cola cooler; beer cooler; electric "EAT" sign: electric: popcorn machine; cash MONEY TO LOAN Alta Storms, a teacher in the 'family wure the Saturday dinner! u,cir daughter Sirs.: Harry Land. Laportn schools. G. G. Storms and'" lll ' sls <)f Fl ' C1 ' Hc|i(lcrson and j and family. R. U. Storms of Indianapolis spen! family. | j William ( t!ie week end with Ihier parents' Slary Elizabeth llcndcrspn, a spent Friday here with Sirs. the. week, end at Connersville with | Mr and Mrs ^ nl , am Fisher of William Cardwell of Elwood Sir. and Sirs. James Storms. •'.-•.iiiiieiii at H::nviII<!( normal col- Elza Hawkins who has born at;' 1 '" 0 - was lll ° Sunday and Slon- San Reuitn. Texas, for some timr •''">' gut-sis of Iier luujeuis. Sir. and burner Per- j "'stallim: :i nericaii coal I tllp Kemp 15rns.. j-i'turneil Satur- factory for j • 1 ' I| ' S - J l Sirs. Jasper Henderson. Henderson Heudersou and son Ralph. Slerle :aud Charles Perry spent l he week end at Lafayette with iheir parents, spent] K. R. Edwards and wife visited Indianapolis were Sunday guests of Mr. and Sirs. Walter Gibson. This was Sir. Fisher's first visit- to Arcadia since the first of the year as he was injured in an automobile accident and spent several months in the hospital because of a broken limb.. Sirs. Lee Sowers and'daughter ; ....j j day moriiin- fur ten days. He will | •"'•loniiay with her daughter, Sirs. at Khvood Sunday with Ross Tim-j Mary Emma spent Saturday and sprinns ami your litf & return to Texas where start the canning of will! Arthur Young and family of Ku-: mO ns and wife. : koino. Sunday in Indianapolis as the George Hinds and wife ^andjgueats of Conrad Rodenbeck and useii • Pl "" i; 'y i" family dinner was belli j Catherine Wright and OmarjscuU Edwards and wife of E1-, family. Sylbert Sowers spent Sat- Slartiu of Windfall lind Mrs. Jocjwuud were, Sunday evening guests j urday in the Rodenheck home. of Emery and Roscoe Edwards j Mr. and Sirs. Archibald ' of tlie. Hawkins hom.e. c-i.'t; ami familv werr i Ileiulersou and son were the Slon- icsis of (lie for-.''' lly dinner guests c>f Sirs. Iva FARM LOANS—RcaJonablu rat: Ficldinc? & Fielding. c U THE DAILY EEZE I mustn't let nail again. .a tell you? tin .Wife: "Henry," you the baby have that How often do I have | Now he's hit. his sis'ier head with it again.' Henry: "Yes. but you should have seen the curvt the. liulo cuss put (111 it!" j register. Phone 150 7-. Bunch's Lunch's. tOR SALE — 2 : I. H. C. rotary hoes, like, new; 393 John Deer? fertilizer attachment; No. 9 corn planter; binder; new Osborn grain Allis-ChalmoTs tractors now available. Butz Implement Store. Phone 33XS. c-tf MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE XK\V A.\D rSED U'ASHERS For DrmonstruUoa 'Call 83 SERVICE MOTOR CO. R and G m> Bargains Coupe Coupe >1 A Coach A Coupe A Coach Geiirge Alliile Sunday (limii'r liner's hrtnher. Sir. and Sirs. Itoli- ^"i'der and daughtei- Slorieda of ijiiilis. i Hemloek. Miiiiight ami i Allii.-rt Watson of Lakevillu .storms mii-i vis 't»-'l '"is sister Sirs; Frank Pugh tored tu liryani Sniidny and vis-i Saturday afternoon! They mo-- nf In<!iai Ilnsa (I' grandson. Herbert GtiiidnigJii and ited with AI- family. Kay Sellars and family speii! j , to Siatthcws ] and Marion and visited other relatives there. Sirs. Elizabeth Pickering and the week end with the former'.',; 1011 J ; 'mes were the Sunday parents Sir. and .Mrs. Albert Sc-l-l ;'»«•'«ts of Sir. and ijlr.-i. Cliarles lars at Lima. Ohici. Sirs. Sollars I I'iekcring near Windfall. and their families. ' i Cairo, 111., and Mrs. Elmer Harl- Sliss Wilma Seal was tlie week | ley of Mt. Carmel, 111., have re- end B"cst of Sliss Dorothy Thom-jturned to their homes after spend- as. I ing several days here with Mr. Sirs. Charles Slofllt and chil-j and .Mrs. Frank Shew. Mrs. Archi- dren of Griffith were Sunday night j bald became ill and was bedfast guests of Clyde Kinder and wife, for several days but was better Slerle Hood and family of El-1 when she returned home, wood visited Sunday with Walter! Mr. and iMrs. John iMundell who Hook and family. I have been living on the Mundell State of Indiana, County of Tipton, ss: !m the matter of the estate of Harvey Gross, -Deceased. Shirley C. Tyner, administrator of the estate of Harvey Gross, deceased, vs. Jacob Gross, et al. In the Tipton Circuit Court. No. .541. Be it remembered that on the 22nd day of April, 1935, Shirley C. Tyner, administrator of the es- tate'of Haryey Gross, deceased, ! by his attorneys, Alfred W. Bolton and Culver & Pickering, filed;in the 1 office of the clerk of the Tipton Circuit Court, a petition |to sell real estate belonging to said decedent for the purpose of making assets to pay the debts of said estate: and on the 16th day of May, 1935, filed an affidavit of a competent person that the defendants Jacob Gross; Leota Haiselup; Oscar Gross; Amanda F. Grotts, Cleo. I.G. Ward; Harry O. Gross; Emma Gross Trimble; Paul W. Trimble; Mary Gross Myers; Bertha Gross Jarrett; Ethel Waymire; Choley Norris; Vilma Kirkpatrick; Thomas L. Gross; Oscar Gross; Frank Gross; Emma Puckett; Julia Ann Fleming; Vtr- ?il Fleming; Trueman Fleming; Enos Gross; Martin Francis Gross; Albert Harvey Gross; Martin Gross; Ruth Colweil; Mary Catherine Hite; Mandy Heaton; Thomas Hite; Charles Hite; Joecy Hallway; Hester Paul; Morris Gross.; Albert Gross; Thomas Gross; Benton Gross; Cordelia Gross; -Emily White; Fred White; SarahT Jane Pool; Mary Gross Leggitt; and the unknown heirs, devisees, legatees, administrators, executors and assigns of the following named deceased persons, to-wit: Jacob Gross; Oscar Gross; Em-ma Gross Trimble; Slary Gross Myers; Bertha Gross Jarrett; Ethel Waymire; Choley Norris; Vilma Kirkpatrick; Thomas L. Gross; Emma Puckett; Julia Ann Fleming; Virgil Fleming; Enos Gross; Martin Gross; Mary Catherine Hite; Thomas Hite; Hester Paul; Morris Gross; Emily White; Sarah Jane Pool; and Mary Gross Leggitt, are each non-residents of the State of Indiana.: Notice is therefore hereby given that unless said above named defendants be and appear in the Tiptoji Circuit -Court, before the Judge thereof, on the Sth day of luly, 1935, at the court house, in the City of Tipton, and answer or demur to said petition, that the same will be heard and determined in their absence. In witness whereof I have hereunto set <my hand acd affixed the seal of said court, a', the City of Tipton. Indiana, this 16th day of May, A. D. 1935. RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, Clerk Tipton Circuit Court. A. W. BOLTON. CULVER & PICKERING. 'Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. In the matter of the estate;of Jesse R. Coleman( (deceased. In the Tipton Circuit Court, April Term, 1935. Notke is hereby given, that The Citizens National Bank of Tipton, Indiana, as executor of the estate of Jesse R. Coleman. deceased, has presented and filed its account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate, and that the same will come up for examination and action of said Circuit Court on £he 20th 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 he, why said account find vouchers should aot be approved. Witness the clerk and seal oC said Tipton Circuit Court, at Tipton, Indiana, this 25th day' of April, 1935. RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, who Mifiered n stroke of paraly-j JIrs - Frank I'ughi and sister, a nd family and sis better than a year aso remains M Irs - Milton Summers of Kokomo,! Jesse Goings. Sunday dinner guests of Pete! farm moved Tuesday to the Fen- Parr and: family were Harry Parrjner farm which they recently Sir. and Mrs. i Purchased. John McEntee assist- in a weal;enc-(l condition. i and Albert Watson i of Lakeville; Jake Ault and family of Sum- ed Mr. and Mrs. Mundell in moving. Sir. and Sir*. Paul Philippi en-! B " cn t Sunday at Newcastle visit-; niitville were Sunday guests of! Dr - and Mrs - Bert Bryant were tertained a pitchin supper ing with relatives. \VlM)FAI.r, Mr. and Sir.-;. Otis H for their guests Sloiuiiiy Mr. and .mshe.w Mrs. Oliver !•;. An Kti|, traveling Sunday evening the members and •• Lizzie Davis and daugh- Joe Hellih and family. their families of the Jolly Slat- 11 - 1 ' ot ' Ko!:omo, Sir. and Sirs. Perrons eluli of Scirclcvillc of which j r - v Marshall and Sally Pugh of Sirs. Philippi is a member. Twen-j \VindfaIl were the Sunday after- evangelist u[ SlcPhei'son. Kansas. Mrs. Austin is a niece <>i Sirs. Hanshew. She wii* formerly Sliss Hazel Qnear, d^iiplil'cr of Sir. and Sirs. J. E. Quear who ty-fivc sucsts were present to enjoy the evening in a social way. Sir. and Sirs. Dan Slorford i were Sunday dinner guests of j Paul Stewart and family of Frankfort. were former r-.$idont.s The parents of Sirs. located at Denver. Ctilo., .on account of the- ill hcalt of Tipton.I Austin ari of the mother. Sirs. Jcannette Iliffc was also a visitor at the Hansh-;w home Monday. Friends here have received word from Sirs. \V. \V. Dragoo who is visiting relatives in California, that she is havjing a most delightful time. She had just returned from a ten daws' stay at San Francisco to Merced, Calif., and this week she is going to the. Yosemite valley for the second time. Shii also stated i that the weather was ideal and that the flowers were in full bloom. Mr. and .Mrs. Georg^ Todd had for, their Saturday guests their daughter, Mrs. Dale Hanshew and daughter Drusilla ot Noblesville. C. B. Dennis, Chalmer Hobbs. Cart Scudder, Hugh M^New, C. F. Patterson and Frank kckles, the WKST ATLANTA. Albright notes: Sunday school at !>:,'!(). Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. East Union notes: Sunday school at 9:30. Preaching at 10:30. Week end guests of S. R. Sloh- ler and family were Sir. and Sirs. Clifford Lane of Columbus, Sliss Garnet Lane and Carl Smith of Indianapolis- John Busclier and Sliss Wariuta Switzer of Litchfield, 111., visited the week end with H his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Buachor and family west of Atlanta. S. R. Mohler, Miss Ruth Mohler, Sirs. Jessie Smith, Arthur Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Grova, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lane and John Mohler were at Newcastle Sunday and attended the funorul of Mrs. William Mohler whose death occurred Wednesday. £Mr.- andi'jMrs/j l.ee Gasho, : .Mr. alid -TtfrsJ P&f <n -, Bo wor, M r., : and ^re/ijfMlJIa^sip'.'Mr. and Mrs,; 'r£ '"tir*"-Jr^'H«•'**' '-^rYfri7«»'> ' n -'-n ' • /-His' noon guests of Sir. and Sirs. Frank Pugh. Albert Recdcr of Dayton, Ohio, came to visit over .Mother's Day with his parents, Sir; and Sirs. .Scott Ufedcr. Cash Cottingham ; and family and Sir. and Sirs. Wayne Lorts .spent Sunday in Brown county, sightseeing-. i Sir, and Sirs. Wendell Pugh of Ucrbin, Albert Coverdale and family of Sharpsville, Sir. and Mrs. Raleigh Coverdale, and Cornelius Coverdale of Hemlock were the Sunday dinner ,guests| of Mr. and Sirs. Clem Coverdale.J Rachel DeWltt of Kokomo was guests Sunday evening 'of >SIr. and Earl Dean and children of| Mrs - D - R - Harvey of Aroma. the wetk end guest cuts Charles DeWitt jnd family. Sir. and-Mrs. James Pickett of Kokomo were the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and of her par- rs. William Pickett. Charles Pickett returned home with them for a short visit. Cheater Williams and family of Phlox were the Sunduy'afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Williams. CURTIS VHJ,E. Mr. ''and Mrs. OoJfrey Wels- milier and : - daughter jj^\^onB^ta and (Winpna jahd Elm«r weiamil- ler of Windfall vlslK d at; Selni^ :q*«»wir:iiie.*8ek' end •: |^:|jiu|% 'il-'liK&i-ll.fffZ: •-'* ttf'.iii.-^.': i)iS&&:£L2'Aik Point Isabel were Sunday guests j of Sir. an|d Sirs. Berla Swinford. Wortha Swinford and wife and Joshua SwSnford visited at Eliwood Sunday with Sirs. Mary Fields. | : Maury Avery of Gary spent the week end here with friends. . f Mrs. Charles Sloflltt and children spent Saturday with Sir. and Mrs. Clin|ord Yarling. \ Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Heinenian were Sunday guests of Casper Riley and- wife. i i Mr. and Mrs. Verl Clary were Sunday guests of her father Mr. Whisler and daughter Alpha. ! i Mrs. Cleo Timmons and Floyd Miller of JFYankfart were Monday evening supper guests of Ndah Brown and family. j j Mrs. Mjaude Hall and Mrs. Hazel Kinder attended the Mother's Day (program at the Ball ptate Collage at Muncie'Fridayi j Tuesday Mrs. Charles Wells and daughter Elizabeth of Elwood were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant. ARCADIA: 1 Mrs. Ella Branson and Mrs. pcie Miller were at Atlanta Wednesday afiernoon and; attended; a Mother's 3ay luncheon at tine iome of N rs. Thomas.' Each mein- Jer was toi bring their mother for i guest and Mrs. Branson was the fueat of Mr«; iMluer. j , j ; Jean Gtoves aoobriSpanied ijer -) Wilson. Dorothj- Knapp accompanied Ralph Carmean to Noblesville and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carmean of Tippecahbe City, Ohio, to Kokomo Sunday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carey. " ' ' '; Mrs. Sally Wolff has returned to her home in Arcadia • after spending the past few weeks with her daughter Mrs. A. L; Ward of Noblesville. Anna Waltz is staying with Mrs v . Wolff. . Mr. and Mrs. Mark MoGill jof Buffalo, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lewis of Indianapolis were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John Mc-_ Gill. . i The R. N. club met Tuesday evening with Mrs. Raymond Knapp in the home of Mr. and Mn. Ot Knapp of Buffalo, with the. lj>l- lowing members present: Mary Hughes, Anna Marie Learning, Virginia Jenkins. Marzella Clifford. Mary Shaffer, Hilda . Cox, and Avonne flail. The next.meet-: ing will be with Marine Hill. ; \ Mr. and Mrs; Wesley Shaffer :of! Albright, Zola' Winders of Indianapolis and 'George Shaffer wefe Sunday guests! of Mr. and Mr Raymond Shaffer. Attorneys. 193-99-205-11 Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. In the matter of the estate of Caroline Means, deceased. In the Tipton Circuit Court, April Term, 1935. Notice is hereby given that The Citizens National Bank as .executor of the estate of Caroline Means! deceased, has presented ind filed its account and vouchers in 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 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, fit Tipton, Indiana, this 25th day of April,'1936. RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, (•Seal) Clerk Tipton • 175-181-187-193 Circuit Court. Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc: fn the matter of the estate of Luclnda Kelley, deceased. In the Tipton Circuit Court, April Term, 1935. Notice Is hereby given that Harry O. Henderson, aa administrator of the estate' of Luclnda Kelley, deceased, has presented 130 — (Seal) 175-181-187-193 Clerk Tipton Circuit Court. Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. In the matter of the estate of Daniel W. Hilligoss, deceased. In the Tipton Circuit Court, April Term, 1935. Notice is hereby given that,The Citizens National Bank of Tipton, Indiana, administrator with will annexed of the estate .of Daniel W. Hilligoss, deceased, has presented and filed its account and vouchers iii 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 May, 1935, at which time all heirs, creditors or legatees of safd 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 25th day of April, 1935. RAYMOND W. 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