?£*&£?:? V;C r T "*"* '"''•'• CLASSIFIED ADS FOB SALE OB TRADE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—Seven-room moderi house, close in ; real buy fo quick sale. E. A. Foster, c-20 FOR SALE OR RENT -— 5-roora house, modern, North ludepen dence. Roley Smith. p-20 FOR SALE—5-room house, good location; see Sheridan Clyde over J. C. Penney S.tore, El •wood, Ind. P-2CU FOR SALE—120 acres well im proved, Tipton county, less thai $100 per acre; 17 acres, nea: Martinsville, trade for Tipton property. L. W. Fuller. c-204 FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—r-Seed potatoes, treated. Charles Beck. p-202 FOR SALE — Good work horse. Irvin Meyers. c-tf FOR SALE — Flower urns; see them at 415 S. Main St. p-205 FOR SALE — Mahogany library table, cheap. Mrs. Mary Kigin. Phone 1306. p-201 FOR SALE—Comb honey, 10 Ibs for $1.00. Kathleen 6'Bankm Phone 1616. ' tf FOR SALE- — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 55. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf FOR SALE—Million Dollar seed potatoes. Walter Molddn. Phone 14X5. P-20." FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks proven the cheapest for farmer or poultryman; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf FOR SALE — 6-year-old horse, Fordson tractor and Oliver 12- inch tractor plow; 2 I. H. C. rotary hoes; 9-in. Letz burr feed mill; 7-ft. Osborne binder. Butz Implement Store. Phone 33XS. c-tf PRIVATE SALE—At Mrs. F. E. Davis home, 332 North Inde- pcnco street; call any time; buffet, dining table, chairs, beds, etc. c-tf FOR SALE—Mauchu soy beans; fire dried; good germination, $1.25 bushel. Churchille Barr, Phone-917, Goldsmith. c-204 FOR SALE — Six-year-old black horse. Henry Schweitzer. Phono 42X1. p-204 JTXE HATCHES — Each i Tues. Large type \Vlnte T.i-Eliorns 50.05 per 100; I $6.73 in 500 lots: $6.50 in 1 1.000 lots. TIcHvys J7.45 per 10«: 57.25 in 500 lots: $7 in 1.000 lots. Light Brahamas JS.45. Heavy Jlix.-d $7. Add Ic per chirk extra when lots of 50 are shipped; 2c when :>">. Chicks siartcd :>. and y wks. a.s special orders. Order in advance for date, breed until iiumht-r. 3Iai.se summer chicks—they will ine^n real profit for table use this fall. Hoosier Hatchery, Afichiganlown, ind. PERSONAL STOMACH ULCER, gas pains, indigestion victims, why .suffer? For quick relief get a free sample of Udga, a doctor's prescription at Lewis Speckbaugh's. p-T-W-T.21 WANTED "WANTED—You to know we have plenty of wall paper at 8 cents a double roll. Rezall, Drugs. c-tf WANTED — Old ice boxes and washers as down payments ou Crosley Shelvadors and Easy washers. Linebacks. c-20C Tribune Want Ads Get Results. MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE NEW AJfD USED WAS* Used GM Eufbu/ flit Detawftratf**' Call 88 MOTOR 00. 1934 V-8 DeLuxe Se, with radio, ex- Ooope. iCkrape WANTED—Paper hanging; reasonable. Coyner. Phone 1270. c-208 WANTED — Middle-aged woman to assist in housework. Mrs. Henry Wetzel, Phone 14X1. C-20B FOR RENT FOR RENT — Modern furnished apartment, close in. Phone 3374. c-207 FOR KENT — Modern heated rooms as low as $3 per week. Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. FOR RENT — Completely furnished modern 7-room house or 4-room apartment, within one square of town; possession June 7. See Mrs. Jackson, 226 North Main. c-tf MISCELLANEOUS KEYS MADE while you wait. Phares, Jeweler. c-M-Tu-203 'REPARED to do all kinds of shoe repairing at my home, 310 South Independence. Henry Fritz. p-205 MONEY TO LOAN FARM LOANS—Reasonable rats Fielding & Fielding. c »t EARLY TRULS. Speedway Ofliciuls Opened Test RUIIH Tuesday Morning. (By United Press). Indianapolis, May 2S. — The lualified field for the 23rd annual 500-mile race at Indianapolis Mo- .or Speedway May 30 was increased to 32"cars today when five drivers completed their speed ests. The new qualifiers were Fred Winnai, Philadelphia; Emil Andres, Chicago; Chicago; Louis Jimmy Tomei, Snyder, Los Angeles, and George Bailey, Delroit. (By Uniteil Press). Indianapolis, May 28.—Quali- ying Irials for the 500-mile race at tho Indianapolis Motor Speedway were opened at 9 a. m. today, after American Automobile Asso- iation contest officials received a orecast of cloudy wealher later in he day. The dead line remained at 4 p. m. Indianapolis, May 2S. — Fred IVinnai, Philadelphia, became the 2Sth to qualify for the 500-mile •ace here May 30 when speed rials were resumed today at the udiaiiapolis Motor Speedway. ed at Sunday dinner.'Dallas (The palm for consistency goes to ', Dr. W. H. Morris of Glen Cove, New York. He bas been driving Hudson- built cars for twenty tfirec years. What is more be bas a totem pole 12 feet high, made of the license plates which be has bought over a score of years. The lowest plate carries the date of 1912. The top plate has a 1934 date and the 193S plates are on his car. UP FOR CLEMEXCiT. State Board Ha3 Several Prisoners Up for Hearing. SHARl'SVILLE. The Ladies' Aid society met at the M. E. church Wednesday aft- crnoon for their with a program. (By United Press). Indianapolis, May 28.—Two life lerm inmales of Ihe slate prison, mcmbers and guests one of whom has served more than | M] . and JIrg IS years on a murder charge, were monthly social Refreshments Thomas and family of West La- fayettQ, and Bert Thomas of Kokomo. I ; Rosfe Richards of Kokomo, was the week end guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. .Simon Berge.f Other Sunday guests were Mr. arid Mrs. Edwin Bailey of Alexandria. Mrs] Harley Pickett had as her Thursday guests Mrs. Ray AikenS of Oregon, Mrs. Oris Randfer of Geetlngsville and Mrs. Mae Grishaw and Delete Shields of Kokomo. | Glae Foster and family enter"- tainedj at Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moon of Kokomo, Mr. and H|rs. Oren Foster, Mrj and Mrs. Harry Patterson and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Vaudevender of near Goldsmith, and Earl Foster and family; • Mr. 'and Mrs. Jesse Webb of Kokomo,! were the Wednesday evening gujests of Uhl Hutto and family. | Mrs; Ollie Broyles and daughters Grace and Cordova of Koko- among those whose leniency petitions were reviewed today by th'.state clemency commission. John Reas of Gibson county, sentenced May S, 1917, and Charles Sorrell, Rush county, sentenced Feb. 6, 1922, are the two "lifers." the petitioners the reformatory. Seventeen of are inmates of They included: Vigo county: Vancile. and Ora Davis, 3-10 years, burglary. Blackford county: Robert Hurley, 3-10 years, burglary. St. Joseph county: William Sparks, 3-10 years, burglary. Cass county: Hugh Sharpf, 1-7 years, false presense. were served to a large number o£| mo , were the Sunday dinner guests of Ro3s Broyles and family. Mr. [and Mrs. Lewis Lindsay were the Sunday dinner guests of and visited Rev. Ellis Cole, who her mother, Mrs. Will Paugh, of 1 Castor and family of Alexandria motored to arry Indianapolis Sundav The property Is occu pied by Mr. and Mrs. Royce Night enhels'er 'arid family, formerly o Cicero. Robert Hobbs of Frankfort spent Thursday in Hobbs with hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. . O Hobbs. Miss Betty Harter spent th week in Elwood with Mr. and Mrs Lester Hackett and family/ Miss Bee Hobbs and Mrs. Jame Conner of Elwood, spent Fridiy at Wabash with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Hoove of Indianapolis, spent Sunda; with Mr. 1 and Mrs. Park Hoover. Mrs. Ethel Hobbs and famll; spent Thursday with her mother Mrs. Flora Terwilliger, north o Hobbs. , Mrs. Edgar Clark spent the wee at Elwood with Mr. and Mrs. Ik Brisca. Mr. and Mrs. Minor Harter wer Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs Ed Williamson of Orestes. Mrs. William Hughes of Elwood spent Sunday with her daughte and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harve Lewellen. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hobbs an family were Sunday afternoo: guosts of Mr. and Mrs. Fran! is at the Methodist hospital. Ho i Kokomo. is improving slowly. I Dona Reed and Mrs. Prudence Gladys Puckett and Harry Jack-! HuttO'of Kokomo, were tbe Frison of Kokomo, were the Sunday evening guests of Ed Hoffman and family. . Stanley Herbert of Michigan day evening guests of Uhl Hutto and family. Ralph McCoy of Kokomo was tho week end guest of John and City, was the week end guest ci^'Frank Adams. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James! Mr.'and Mrs. Raymond Alcxan- Hcrbert. Other Sunday diniiC' guests were Mrs. Luther Hardini der were the Sunday evening guests of her father, Everett Tan- and Mrs. Alma Purnell and hor ' ner oC Kokomo. daughter, of near Tipton. ind Frank Crisl and family of Kokomo. Mr.' and Mrs. Lewis Richo Albert Ryan, sentenced to 3 to j famUv and M| . 10 years from Laporte county on j u , c]iey ^ Kokomo ' j spent Friday afternoon and even- Mr.! and Mrs. Walter King and 'ing visiting Will Richev and Mrg / sh a burglary charge, was among .he state prison pettt.oners. •She also will visit other relatives komoj were the -Sunday guests of (By Unltcil Press). Hollywood, May 2S. — Following the trail blazed by Lawrence Tibbett, Grace Moore and other stars of the opera, Nino Martini, Mrs. Cora Mac Crnpp of sing, Mich., is visiting .Mrs. Lee Beatly, for few days. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Riley ei: terlained for Sunday dinner Mr and Mrs. Cleve Riley and daugl ter, and Mr. and Mrs. Everet Brogdon and daughter of Elwood Miss Vera Delong of New Lan easier, was the Sunday guest o Mr. and Mrs. John Zittinger an family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Helgerso and daughter Henrietta, of Tip ton, were Sunday guests of Mn> L. J. Hobbs of near Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kenwortb and Mrs. Marry Kennedy of Cer ter, were Saturday evening guest of Mrs. Flora Terwilliger. Miss Rebecca Holliday of Alex -Air. and Mrs. Lindsuyjandria, spent the week end wit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ear Holliday.- Mr. and Mrs. Garver Downin and Miss Nina Zittinger wer Will Conaway and family motored , Sunday tci Winchester and visited her mother, Lewellen. Mrs. E. F. Jesse Mills entertained at dinner nd family of Indianapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. White of Kokomo. Mr.'and Mrs. Harry Eaton. Ko- and friends. Shirley Biddlo and iMr. and Mrs. Clarence McCarty Michigan City, were the Wcdnos-l day night guests of her family of 'and Stella Franklin. Mr. and Mrs. E. mother, JKennard, w M. Bell the week Sunday dinner guests of Mr. am Mrs. Thomas Downing.' Mrs. Melissa Hoffman. Thursday j guests of Clarence Roler and fam-j Mr. and Mr. Biddle and family left for a! ily. Other Saturday dinner'guests j Hobbs motor trip to California. j were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Alex- dinner The Wednesday club will meet • andcrjof Arcadia. Wednesday evening at the homo) Park Fretz and family of Ko tenor for the Metropolitan Opera There will bo no Company, dropped into the film j colony yesterday. of Mrs. Thelma Jean Cunningham \ komojnvere the Sunday dinner in Tipton. Harvey Lewellen and Arthu Barnes were at Funk's Lake Sun end | day altending the auto races. Mrs. J. E. Barnes o entertained at Sunda Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ad ams of near Leisure, Mr. and Mrs Harry Alta of Elwood, and Mr and Mrs. Alton Book and famil: I guests! of his parents, Mr. and; of Hobbs. of tho Mrs. Jake Fi-i'tz. j Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Yarling JO. E. S. chapter until the first! Mr.: and Siis! -John Cochran of,and Miss Orpha Kinder of nea 'Wednesday evening in June, and I Muncic, and MrNmd Mrs. Albert j Curtisville, spent Friday evening I m going into pictures, ' said officers and members are asked to | Wooldridgo of Tipton, were the with Mr. and Mrs. Alton Terwil Martini as he stepped off a train, Winnai averaged 115,139 miles and flashed a long-term contract an hour in an eight-cylinder Mil- er-Deusenberg owned jointly by Harry Miller and Fred Frame. His >est lap was the eighth, on which e averaged 116.114 miles an hour. MEETING OF CANKERS. mliana Bankers Will Hear Robert V. Fleming of Washington. Indianapolis, May 28.—Robert V. Fleming, Washington, D. C., vice president of the American Bankers' Association, will be the principal speaker at the Indiana Bankers' Association convention lere June 5-6, it was announced ;oday. Rep. Henry B. Steagall, of Ala- >ama, monetary expert and au- hor of several recent banking acts, will be another speaker on he program, M. J. Kreisle, Tell 3ity, president of the state asso- ilation, announced. Congressman Steagall will peak at the luncheon meeting on fune 5 and Fleming will speak at the regular business session une 6. » wilh his name on the dotted linn. The 29-year-old singer has been signed to appear in ;\ picture with Maria GambarcIIi, ballerina, with whom lie appeared at tako -notice. Mrs. Minnie Jarrett is confined Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and liger, north of Hobbs. lo her home with severe kidney! .Mrs. Garnet Pumphrey. the Metropolitan three ago. seasons THE DAILY WHEEZE Bridegroom: "What's the mat- ir, dearest? You seem flustered." Bride: "Oh, it's nothing. This i the first time I have ever got larried. I '11 do better next time." What's in a name? A man by e name of Damrich has Just been dmltted to a western poorhouse. The plague of the film colony — litigation by actors' agents — caught up with George Brent yesterday. Brent went into court to answer a suit brought by Leo Morrison, agent, seeking SI,CSC.66 in commissions for getting Ihe movie actor's name on a -contract with a major studio. Brent contended he misunderstood the agreement with the agent and filed a cross complaint demanding recovery of §1,200 which he said' he overpaid Morrison. ' * * • "Kazan," who became a canino movie actor after he had been salvaged from a dog pound by Jack King, was returned-to--his owner yesterday after a bitter court fight in which King's creditors sought to auction the dog to satisfy their claims. Several movie stars intervened to keep "Kazan" from being separated from his master, and Bankruptcy Refe'ree Earl E. Moss- finally relented. An arrangement was approved providing that 25 per cent of "Kazan's" earnings shall be used to pay King's debts until 25 per cent of the total obligations have been paid. *• • » •Ruth Chatterton was back lu the film colony today after pilot- tog ber own airplane here from New York. i Mrs. H. V. Jung and daughle: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moon of' Kathryn and sou Joe of Tipton complications. j ,, car Bunker Hill, and Carly and ! were Sunday guests of her. son Gladys Puckett and Harry Jack-jArly Hockett of Kokomo, were : Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jung. Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Walsley Mr. and Mrs. Alton Wamsley o Walter Gross. I M rs j Velma Henderson of Ok- j Dayton, 0., were Saturday guests Mrs. Mae Grishaw of Kokomo,! lahomi City, Okla., is visiting her'of Mr. and llrs. Earl Hollidaj was the Thursday and Friday parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Haw-1 and family, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harley son of Kokomo, wore thu Sunday j the Wednesday guests of Lewis, dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. I Ricliej! and family. Pickett. Mrs Curtis (laughters were r Richards Tuesday kins, [snid other relatives amij JIr - and Mrs. R. C. Black and friendd. I family were Sunday guests of Mr and' IlevJ C. W. Montgomery and j and Mrs. Charles Gannon, north amliraiiiilyjof Converse, were Tuesday j of Hobbs. Wednesday guests of her parents, ! -nests of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Me- Mr. and Mrs. Paul Monroe and Wj. B. Covalt and family, of Ko-|c'oy and daughter Irene. I daughter Corla and son Paul, Jr. Mmo. j Kveiiett Shuck ami family of of near Franktou, were enter- :JIrs. Nannio Jackson and chH- i Murloui, and I). D. Hoffman were tallied 'at Sunday dinner at ti-.c drcn of near Kempton. and Melha Sunday evening guests of Aubrey; home of Mr.' and Mrs. Ed Cole. ' aiid Wilma Dunn ot Kokomo, were th Saturday night guests of Mr. Dnnluvey and family. Mr. .and Mrs. Ed Westfall Master Jackie Hcflin of Elwood. are! visited his sister Annetle, who and Mrs. Roy Butcher and family, visiting for a few days with their (makes her home with her grand- jMrs. Ralph Jarrctt and daughter Olvena returned home Sunday after visiting with her sister, Everett Shuck and family of Marion. son, Herbert Westfall and family, of [ElDorado, Kan. New Idaho U. Coach father, Ed Whisler of Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Butz and family were Sunday guests of Mrs. Ida Kimple of Huntingdon. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Clifton and family were Saturday night guests c;v\ ; T;J. Dr. JI. B. Shoup and family motorerl Sunday afternoon lo Joncshpro and visited Haroid Shnggart and family. Mrs. | Russell Harrison of For-i of Mrs. A. Kelley of Hemlock, est, is spending the week with herj Misses Joe Robinson and Wll- ma Darrow of Tipton, and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Legg of Elwood, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe -Smith. Max Cook is spending the week with his grand parents, Mr. and mothcr| Mrs. Minnie Jarrett who is ill With kidney trouble. HOBBS. Sundjiy school -Sunday morning at 9:30|tit M. E. church. Preaching at j:30 in the evening. Sunday school at the Christian church [at 9:30. j ' The jnethodist Aid society will meet Wednesday ! afternoon with Mrs. Ruth Legg. All members are asked to be present. New officers are to be elected at this meeting. Mr., and Mrs! Charles' Balser were Monday gutjsts of Mr.i and Mrs. William Hartman. Mrs. iMollie HObbs of Lake Wales, ty in H^bbs improved with aj new 'IS., is haying her proper- Mrs". Roy Fouch of Goldsmith. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Warner and' Mrs. Inez Hobbs were Sunday visitors at Indianapolis. Miss Helen Fouch of Goldsmith' is spending this week with Mr. and Mrs: Russell Hoover,'west of Hobbs. ! Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Clifton and family of Hobbs, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs: O. K. Andrews of Hemlock. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cook were at Indianapolis Sunday. Mr. aijd/ Mrs.; Clint Legg. and ^fj$^^l|ffl)^B^its% ,:....-.- - ^ the T«reek:with Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Hobbs, south of town. • :! . : j Mr. and Mrs.j Fred Lott,' Mr j and Mrs. H. H. Terwilliger and family, Mrs. Ira Melson and son Arthur, Mrs. Malinda Julius and Mrs. Louis Shaw, daughter Carmen, were the Thursday evening guests of Mrs, Flora Terwilliger and family north of Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Castor, Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Hobbs and son Doyle, Miss May Hobbs, and Miss Flora RJessler 'were entertained at Sunday dinner in the home of Miss Cleva Decker of Elwood. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Land and Mr. and Mrs. Charley Land of Kokomo were Sunday "guests of Mrs. Cora Brogdon. WINDFALL. Mrs. Louise Kelso who has spent the winter at St. Petersburg, Florida, with her daughter, Mrs. Stanley Sweet and family returned to her home Saturday night. While in Georgia, she stated they went through a duet storm which was very painful to the eyes. Mrs. Marjorie Ligertwood of Hollywood, California, was the Saturday dinner guest of Miss Marie Parrish. Mrs. Ligertwood was en route to. Canada to spend the summer. She traveled in hei- car and was alone, but was enjoying her trip immensely. .' .Mr. and Mrs. Noble Englemaa attend.ed Memorial services at Albright cemetery Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Don Hall, Mrs. Beulali Van Horn and daughter Roberta visited over the week end with' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller at Sunman. Mrs. Fairy Aldendorf and daughter Thyra. Gilbert Brown and son Lynal of Noblesville were the G o'clock dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zehner Sunday evening. Mrs. Imcl Webber and children of Hemlock spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hopper. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Askren entertained at a dinner party Sunday Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Landon and sons Thomas and Robert and lady friends all of MHford. Illinois. Mrs. Martha Hannah of Frankton was also a guest at the Askren home. • Mrs. Glen Cottingham entertained several children Saturday afternoon in honor of the 7th birthday anniversary of her little son Gene Wade Cotlingham. Outdoor games were played and the children enjoyed the afternoon together. At the close of the afternoon Mrs. Cottingham served ice cream and cake to those besides the guest of honor, Keith Miller; Richard Warner, Bruce Johnson ind Richard Oyler. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Van Horn had for their week end guests their son O. L. Van Horn an-1 wife of Beech Grove. Monday they left for a two weeks' visit with relatives at Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Phi Scudder and Mrs. Emaline Middleton visited Carl Middleton at the Lafayette sirport Sunday afternoon. In celebration of the 79lh birthday anniversary "of her husband Ed Brooks Mrs. Brooks ;ave a dinner party Sunday. The quests for Ihe happy gathering icsides the guest of honor were. i sister Miss Minerva Brooks of CliarlolteyJlle, Messrs, and Mes- temes Luciah Reeves of Wilkin- ion, Earl Gerrick and daughter of Macy, Walton Gerrick of. Akron, William Gerrkk of Roann, Guy ionwell and son Herbert, Elmor Tucker and family of Elwood, Mrs'. Alice Rush and son Leo and grandson Chester of Kokomo, Wayne Rush and family, -Mr. and \Jrs.. 'Mort Rush, Doris, Eugene and Floyd Lacey, Frank Rush and David Hickman. The 'May meeting of the Home Economics club was held at the home of Mrs. Ross Covalt. Seven- cen members and one guest Mrs. Farlow were present. The lesson >n ''Refinishing ! Furniture" was resented by Miss Lillian Shock- uey.. The-'roll call was responded b by. each one i present giving heir --favorite recipe. Honoring he birthday anniversary of thoso aving birthdays |. in .this month airs. Eva Brittln, JMrs.- Frank BI11- ngs and Miss Ann Bryant were iven a handkerchief 'shower. In clever contest Mrs.'March car- led off the honors. The June meeting will be held at the home t .Mrs. Cecil Echelbarger. imi S« 10 rcM at e^noonl ' a George spent Sunday withiJ and' family. . j i | : |--; ;;f : |l j Mr. and Mrs. Roy bllftpftf: daughter Sharie Dian of son and Mrs. Maude Clifton'-a Sunday with Mr. ;a«jd Hires at Nevada. :Jtj was UieF time the great-grandparents; tfi_ met their new granddaijghtt rSt5| •Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Snobfc-'ptil Lafayette are the parents ;ofv?i=|| fine baby boy that was .bornjsiai£*f| urday afternoon at the Lafayett§'w| hospital. He weighed five ponndsjj"" and was given the name of JWJK -S| liam Hanley. He is the first drtldV Mrs. Shook before j her marriage: • was Miss Margaret McClnrel of ;• Milan. Sunday Rev: and Mr*. A, L. Shook and daughter Mrs. jCarl •Retherford and children GeraVv dine and Janet called at the'hos- pilal lo meet the nejw baby. | ' Notice of Guardian's Sale :of Real Estate. By virtue of an order of: .the .Madison Circuit Court, the under-" signed guardian of Juanita G. Warner, will at the law office b'fl 0. A. Armfield, 117% South] Anderson street, City ; of Elwood, 1 Madison County,. State of Ind!-; ana. on Saturday, the first day of June, 1935. at the hour of ten o'clock,"ai m., and from day to day and hour to hour thereafter . until sold, offer for sale at private ' sale for not less than the full appraised value, certain real estate belonging to said ward, described as follows, to-wit: ; The undivided one-sixth (1-6) interest in and to the southeast quarter of section eighteen (18), township twenty-two (22) north, range six (6) east; , i " Also, the undivided one-sbcta (1-6) interest in !the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of section eighteen' (18), township twenty-two (22) north, radge, six (6) east; ! ', '• Also, the undivided one-Sixth interest in seven cows, four calves, ninety-eight spring i pigs, corjn' on hand, growing crops of 1935 and, lease o£ tenant for 1935 on the land. 'I | ! •". Said sale will be made subject' to the approval of said court and ' sold for cash, free of all Iliens save taxes of 1935; payable in 1936. H VICTOR W. WARNBR, • Guardian. 0. A. ARMFIELD, I : Attorney. i 197-205 •«i •-•a f-r c~; See the New i Leonard Electric Refrigerators H. J. SCHRADER & CO. J.CPENHEY- " 116-116 South Main St LEATHERMAN FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Furnace Coils Waste Replace Your Cote' a Self Action GAS WATER HEATER Public Service Co. of led; BREAD— ,iy 2 -lb. loaf ... KROGER GROCERY, BAKING bo. Comforts, Blani SMITSON'S: & DRY 01 Phone: See—T YOUNG & Suits and 106 East Jef LI'VI*.
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