The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 29, 1935 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 29, 1935
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•*- • " » •» r/~i - t •I- *4, TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOB SALE OB TRADE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—120 acres well improved, Tipton county, less than $100 per acre; 17 acres, near Martinsville, trade for Tipton property. L. W. Fuller, c-204 FOB SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Late seed potatoes. Henry Tebbe. c-205 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 O'Banion. 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 Molden. "Phone 14X5. P-203 FOR SALB — Northern Michigan No. 1 Russett seed, potatoes. Phone 17X9. John Saudmann. p-209 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. Oshorne binder. Butz Implement Store. Phone 33XS. c-tf FOR SALE—Munchu 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 jr.\E HATCHES — Each Tnos. Large type "White I."Khorns J6.95 per 100; K,.7r, in MO lots; $B.»0 in 'J lois. Ili-avv.s J7.J5 per ; S7.'>ri in 500 lots; 57 In 1,000 Ints. bight Ijrahamaa Heavy Mi.\i..I J7. Add Ic per extra when lots of 50 are slilp- 2r whm '2~>. riurks siartcil :'. \vks. as spL-ci;il ord.-rs. Order in L-,' for date, Im-otl anil number, summer chirks—they wiH mean irnlit lor table use this fall. •r Hatchery, MiehiKantown, Ind. The logical place to buy a good Used Car jour Used Car where you know: yon are sure of honest value and fair The Ford Dealer Guarantee* Used Cars • He'« a reputable basinets man. He stands behind the car he sells yon. <«>•»«» ft •su* *•*•» ti ForSalewTrae> Se- dajo, isitH radio, ex- l^Jt Essex Sedajt — AUCTION SALE of salvaged material from postofflce site, Wednesday, June 5, starting 10:30 a. m. Lumber, soil pipe, brick and other material. c-209 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.217 WANTED WANTED—You to know we have plenty of wall paper at 8 cents a double roll. Rexall, Drugs. c-tf WANTED — Old ice boxes aud washers .as down payments on Crosley Shelvadors and Easy washers. Linebacks. c-206 WANTED—Paper hanging; reasonable. Coyner. Phone 1270. c-208 WANTED — Middle-aged woman to assist in housework. Mrs. Henry Wetzel, Phone 14X1. c-205 FOB BENT FOR RENT — Modern furnished apartment, close in. Phone 3374. c-207 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 FREE—Danish ball head cabbage plants; call after B p. m., at 127 W. Adams. 204 over the week end with Mrs. Anna Rhodes and Mrs. Rose Vancleave. the litter returning home with Ernest Durr of J31wood,i Ed Spl- her hand in an electric wringer. The flesh was badly torn, the at- del and Mrs. Oral Teal of Atlanta. tending physician taking fourteen Mrs. Baden, received several greet- stitcnes to draw the wound tor Ings and congratulations others unable to attend. i gether. She was also given anti-tetanus serum. Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. t GARDEN ScPer PREPARED to do all Kinds of shoe repairing at my home, .110 South Independence. Henry Fritz. p-205 MONEY TO LOAN FARM LOANS—Reasonable rats. Fieldin? & Fielding. c *t THE DAILY WHEEZE She: "Ah, let me drink my fill of the exquisite beauties of this starry night!" He: "O. K. There's both the Big Dipper and Little Dipper." A report shows that it costs on an average 167.89 to ' convert a sinner in New Yor City It's a jood thing they're not trying to convert the whole city or it would Bankrupt the nation. ARCADIA. •Walter Gibson was at Indianapolis Sunday and attended a baseball game. His granddaughter Judith Ann Fisher accompanied him home and will spend this week here. Mr. and Mrs. William Fisher came Monday evening for a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shank brought Misses Mary Ida Shaiik and Sue Chaplain of Indianapolis here Saturday evening and they spent the evening with Mr. .and Mrs. Claude Shaffer. The young ladies remained until Sunday sv- enhig'in the Shaffer home. Albert Rollings is spending this week in Kokomo as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Arbuckle. Mr. and Mrs. George Waltz of Indianapolis were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Waltz. In the afternoon they all visited near Alexandria with Mrs. Judith Lorenze at the.home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lorenze. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith spent Sunday in Brownsburg as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Button. Billy Kltchin of Greensburg accompanied them home and will spend the week here. On Saturday Mrs. Smith and her guest, Robert McClain of Warren, Ohio, Alas Maxine Hill and Mrs. H. R. I^artley and daughter Jane were and NiW Al^i "II8ED Fot BnaoostiftUiraGill «8 MttTTOUIoa^K CQ, -.SS&~£JM ^••El ^,^^; .'.i™-!™.!;^' at Indianapolis and witnessed the qualification trials at the Speedway. ' Miss Mar-y Emma Sowers spent Saturday night in Indianapolis as the guest of iMr. and Mrs. Conrad Rodenbeck and family. Mr. and Mrs. Rodenbeck brought her home Sunday and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sowers. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith of Kokomo were also dinner guests in the Sowers home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Overdorf were at Noblesville Sunday morning and Mrs. Overdorf who has been in poor health for some time was given an examination by Dr. Noble of Indianapolis. Mrs. Overdorf returned to the hospital Wednesday morning and several x-ray pictures were taken to determine the exact nature of her ailment. Mr. and Mrs. Omcr Pheanis and family of Anderson were guests Sunday of J. W. Knapp and family. Miss Gertrude Knapp who is ill with pneumonia remains about the same. DuringJfter illness and while Miss Dorothy Knapp is off duty at the telephone exchange to care for her sister, Miss EMna Stout is taking her place. During Gertrude's absence from the postoflice, Miss Mary Emma Sowers will work full time instead of part time. Mrs. Marie Martin returned home Saturday from lied Koy where she had been visiting for the past-two weeks with her father and sister Albert Current and daughter Irene. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hartley lui;l as their supper guests Sunday evening Mr. and .Mrs. Walter Lewis of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mr^. Glen Drumm and Mr. and Mrs. Vane Learning. Harvey Hiatt and sons. Bill and Bob, Harry Kerr and Tom DeVol spent Sunday at the Speedway in Indianapolis. In the evening th-jy all attended the Lyric theater. The celebration was in honor of the sixteenth birthday of Bill Hiatt. Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Billhymer and family also spent thd day at the Speedway. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Jacobs of Indianapolis were Sunday guests of his sisters., Mrs. Sallie Rodenbeck and .Mrs. Elvira Barber. Mr. and Mrs. Will Caylor and son, Frank, who have been living in a property in the southeast part of town moved last week to the Applegate property on East Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Good, Mrs. James McClintock, Mr. and Mrs. James Shorter of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Tiiomas and Mr. and Mrs. Cy Caldwell of Atlanta visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Elizabeth Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. Good and Mrs. McClintock just recently returned home from Florida and this was their first visit to Arcadia since their return. —• 'Hoy Webster who has been conducting a second hand store in the A. R. Groves room movod Monday to the Leo Lively room across the street. R. B. Shaffer has pur-chased the Groves room and is remodeling the front of it and when completed will use !t in connection with his furniture and undertaking establishment. 'Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lavendar of Indianapolis were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bright. Mrs. Daisy Roe, James and Charles Roe, Everett Davis and family, John Spangler of Winamac and Sarah Wise and Thomas Watson of Cicero were Sunday guests of Mrs. Dora Grissom and son Charles Roe. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Higbac and daughter Betty Jane of Indianapolis were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vane Learning. -Miss Betty Jane remained until Sunday evening as the guest of Miss Margaret Learning. Mrs. Eva Clifford and daughter Harriett, Myra Mae Whisler, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Clifford and daughter Janice Ann, of here, and- Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hoover and family of near Tipton were Sunday guests of Mrs. Emma Reisingor and Miss Hattie Goldman at Noblesville. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ovordorf spent Sunday in Indianapolis TIB the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Mattoi. In the afternoon they visited at'the Speedway. Mr. and. Mri. Gordon Sowers spent Sunday west of Cicero with >|fr. and Mrs. Frank.Sowers and O fIthefr ATLANTA. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon McCarty of Sheridan, and Pauline Overdorf of Atlanta, were Sunday dinn'er guests of Robert McCarty and family east of Atlanta. jack Rushton and family and Malita and Kenneth Rushton, visited Sunday with .Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rushtott, and Mrs. Louise Rushton at Indianapolis. The guests made the acquaintance of Harold Dean Rushton, baby son of Arthur Rushton and wife, who arrived last week. The little one is the 2nd son in the home. Philip, two years old, welcomed the new .comer. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clark and Mrs. Edna Howard of near Richmond, spent the week end with Mrs. Rosa Brown, mother of Mrs. Clark. Leo Becker and family of Elwood, visited Sunday with Mrs. Barbara Leach. Mrs. Kitty Walton spent Wednesday with her daughter Mrs. Dorothy Mendenhall and family at Indianapolis. Mrs. Salomie Cadwallader spent Sunday with Mrs. Celia Boyer and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gaiscr of New Hope community. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Murray accompanied Mrs. Cadwallader to New Hope where they attended church services. Henry Gunst, Mrs. Margaret Hines and Mrs. Daisy Gunst of Broad Ripple visited Sunday with Mrs. Gunst Sr. at the Colcuian hospital at Indianapolis. They found her getting along nicely and hopes to be home soon. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd AVarfel attended a birthday celebration at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Petty at Indianapolis in honor ot the birthday of -Mrs. Petty. Besides the family there were twenty guests enjoyed the delicious dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Devallo Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Robbins of Elwood spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Warfel. Mrs. Mary McConnell has purchased the John Bryan property on the street car line from the Bryan 1 heirs. Mrs. MQConnell sold her 13 acre tract to Rev. N. D. Grisso, a retired minister and former pastor of the Arcadia and Hobbs Christian churches. The stork made a call at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Flory Spurgeon, Friday morning, and lc£t an S pound boy who was given the name of Joseph Edward. The little one is the first child in the home. The maternal grandmother is Mrs. Mattie Cook. Both mother and babe are getting along nicely. Mrs. John Henderson of Indianapolis came Sunday evening to remain for a while with Mrs. Spurgeon. May Kauffman left Saturday for Noblesville where she will stay with Mrs. Mae Heiuie. Bernie Andrews and family spent the week end with Mrs. Tressie Passwater at Greenfield. Mr. and-Mrs. S. 3. Walton who have visied since the 23rd with Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Ballard and their daughter Julianna Walton at Hutching, Kansas, arrived homo Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walton went for the purpose of attending Mis^ Walton's graduation fKom Junior College and she Accompanied them home. George Walton of Norman, Mich., who is doing geological survey work is also spending his vacation with his parents. Mrs. Walton, Juliana and George spent Monday with Richard Walton at Carthage. Mr. and Mrs. Walton Vancleave, Mrs. Jean Powers, and Mabel Vancleave of Gary visited Moore's Market Groceries—Meats Closed All Day Thursday; Decoration Day. FAYING EGGS Hennery Br*wn _ ------- 21e Hennery White ------ _ --- 21c Firsts ---- --------- — lOo POULTRY ! Hens ---- •-- ' ---- — ~. — 150 , Leghorn ------ — 12cj Boosters •__ llilillsi them Sunday evening. Mrs. Vancleave kept Mrs. Rhodes company durlnt the absence of Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Walton. Members of the junior choir of the AJrcadia Christian church directed by Mrs. Von Hall, visited the Atlanta Christian church Sunday eyening and gave several enjoyable special numbers. Rev. H. V. Cline was guest speaker of the evening. Rev. Cline -will occupy the John Mason property on Main street! in Atlanta in June. Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Thrasher entertained members ot the District Epworth League at Tuesday dinner. Mr.: and Mrs. Elaine Aldridge of Kokomo, Mrs. Joe Fox and two children of Anderson and Arthur Fox and family of Sheridan, visited Sunday with Cora Aldridge. Ralph Bozell and family visited Sunday with Wayne Tranbarger and family at Kokomo. Shifl Essig and daughters, Harriett and Evelyn of Indianapolis spent .the week end in Atlanta. Mr. and Mr*. Wm. Teal entertained at a brithday dinner Sunday in honor of tlie SOth birthday anniversary of the mother, Mrs. Rachel Baden. The table was decorated in lovely summer flowers from the Teal flower 'garden, also two line birthday cakes. Mrs. Daden received several useful presents. The celebration had been planned, to be held at the home- of Mrs. Baden's eldest daughter. Mrs. Chas. Miller at Lafayette but owing to Mrs. Baden's health it was impossible to go so far from home.! Daughters present, were Mrs. Gnssie Baden of Indianapolis, Mrs. Dora Moon t>( Tipton and Mrs. Teal. Grandchildren were: Mrs. Rohert Booth, Margaret Teal of Tiltton, Inez Durr of Elwood, Betty Spidel, west of Atlanta, Oral Teal of Atlanta. Great grand- childrfen were John William Durr of Elwood, Katie Lou Booth and Patty Lou Teal of Tipton, William Edward Teal of Atlanta. Other relatives to help celebrate the day were, Mrs. Margaret Teal, Robert Booth and Otis Moon of' Tipton. The Boy Scouts held their first mefeting . of the summer at the community building Monday evening. Rev. J. T. Frost < is the scoutmaster. The executive committee is S. S. Edwards, Dr. Don Hall and Dn B. V. Chance. The troop will have a membership of 25. Plans were made for the.sum- mer activities. Rev. and Mrs. R. J. Burns and daughter Lois of Fort Wayne who had been visiting friends in Tipton, stopped in Windfall 10 greet friends on their return home Tuesday. Mr. arid ,Mrs. John Pugh and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Scudder attended to i benefit bridge party at Kokomo 'Monday evening which was sponsored by five sororities. The proceeds wore to be used for the benefit of the tubercular children at the tubercular camp near-Greento\vn. Mr. Pugh was awarded the first prize men. In the matter 'of the estate of Mary -J. Young, deceased. In the Tipton Circuit Court, April Term, 1935. \ Notice is hereby given that Noah R. Lebo, as administrator of the estate of Mary J. deceased, has presented and filed his 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 June, 1935, at which time all heirs, cre-- 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 approved'. Witness, the clerk and seal of said Tipton Circuit Court at Tipton, Indiana, this 29th day of May, 1D35. ; RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, (Seal) 204-10-16-22 Clerk Tipton Circuit Court. Notice of Administration. S6e the New Leonard I Electric Refrigerators H. J. SCHRADER & CO. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brown of'South Bend spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Omcr Dean. B. F. Martin and son OnuTr arcs entertaining James McPherson, grandson of 'Mr. Martin and Judy Barnes of Okmulgec. Okla., this week. The boys will attend the races at Indianapolis aiid from there will return homo. L. G. Landon and family of Milford. III., who visited friends in Windfall over the w-ick end, had car trouble on their return home and had to be towod 5 milfis to a garage for re-pairs before they could continue on to their home. The. Windfall Pocahpntas lodge visited the Kokomo lod.?e Tuesday evening. The Windfall degree team conferred the work on a j class of candidates after which aj social hour was enjoyed.' I Dan FoiRh who has been ill for some time with, lung trouble has not been so. well for a few days. Mrs. Albert; Land residing near Windfall sustained a most painful injury to her left hand Monday when she accidentally caught Notice is hereby given that thi for | undersigned has been appointed by the Judge of the Circuit Court of Tiptou County. State of Indiana 1 , administratrix of the estate of Glen Edward Holliday. late of Tipton County, deceased,. Said f.s- tate is supposed to be solvent-. MARY E. HOLLIDAY, : May 23, '1935. Administratrix. C. W. MOUNT, Attorney. 204-10-16-22 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 of the estate of Mahloii O.'Cox. late of Tipfxi County, deceased. Said estate ij supposed to be solvent. . ROY COX, . Administrator. A %-inch hose that i? strong, but notj stiff; coi[ it with one hand. o " , ! ] " ' : CoraplonS (Incorporated) the same will come! up for esaoi- ination and action Of said Circmit Court, on the' 2(lthi day of JuB", 1935. at which tin)e all heirs, creditors or legatees of said/eptJ ta are required to appear in isaid Court and show ; cduse, if there be, why said ; account _. _ vouchers should not be approved. Witness, the clerk and seal jof said Tipton Circuit jCourt, at Tipton. Indiana, this |-29th day iof May, 1935. : i RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, (Seal) 204-10-16-22. Clerk Tiptbnj iClrcuit Court. and INVITING , Lester Aaron,' 238 Ocaibo mi As a guest of The! Tipton Daily Tribune at the i New Riti Theatre to witness "PRIVATE \\ J pRLDS" Explanation: This Invitation; la not transferable and is good .May G., 1935. i A. W. P.OLTONY Attorney. ISS-D 1-0 7-20 1 Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. In the matter of the estate of Mary E. Green, deceased. Ill the Tipton Circuit Court, April Term, 1935. i Notice is hereby given that Farmers Loan and Trust Company as executor of the estate of Mary E. Green, deceased;. has presented and filed their ac r count aud vouchers in final set;- tlement of said estate, and that only for the party whosej name ami address appear above. . The raijty named above, accompanied byj a member of his family .or!/*' friend should present this InvitatloM" tat-'• the Ritz door the j same as two regular admission tickets. 1 } THE TIPTON DAILY Entered as Second Glass Matter ;at the Postoffice. Tipton, Ind. Hainsay & O'Banion, Pro^a. 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