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cedent for the p family of .Kokomo. By CYIHPNGEEPOM> ng assets to pay Mr. and-'Mrs. Ulysses Hender- eetate; and; on the son and Mrs. Velma Henderson of May, 1935, filed aii ontpetent person Oklahoma City were the wednes- dants Jacob Gross day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. GET/N' up IN Grotts, Cleo. I.G. Ward;Bd Nash of Sharps Chapel, Ten- Bross; Emma Gross [Erlml)le; > W. Trfanbler Mary 'GrossgM came Thursday to spend Bertha Gross Jarrettj Ethel the • summer with Witt and family. mire; Choley Norrls>| VUma; Patrick; Thomas I>.| Gross;Ol Cf e, Gross; Frank Gross; Enn* uckett; Julia Ann IT-lemlng;.;" Jtf--, [I Fleming; Trueirian ,FIeniiu8''-' nos Gross; Martin Francis (Jn w Albert Harvey Gross; Mattuv JCNOVO ONIONS CURTISVILljE. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butner visited at New Lancaster Friday cv- Gross; Ruth Colweflt Mary Thomas Kite; Charles Kite; Joecy wife. Other guests were Carl Hof- Mo n a Thomas. Cordelia Hail way; Hester ross; Albert Grpss; ross; Benton er and family of Alexandria and Fred Horton and wife. Emily White;! Fred Wlitt spent Sunday at Summitville with Leggitt; and the unknown helrfe, devisees, legatees,- administral ora, Esqualine Gough. executors and assigns of the fort- Mr. and Mrs. Berla SwinforJ, TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOB SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Late seed potatoes. Henry Tebbe. c-205 FOR RENT — Modern heated rooms as low as|$3 per week Miller Hotel. Trib'une Bldg. t' FOR SALE—Rotary Rhodes. Atlanta. hoe. Cecil p-207 FOR SALE — ; Good work horse. In-iii Meyers. c-if FOR SALE — Flower urns; see them at 415 S. Main St. p-205 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 65. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf FOR SALE—Million Dollar seed potatoes. Walter Molden. Phone 14X5. P- 203 FOR SALE — Northern Michigan No. 1 Russett seed potatoes. Phone 17X9. John Sandmann. p-209 FOR RENT — Completely furnished modern 7-foom house or 4-room apartment, within one square of town; possession June 7. See Mrs. Jackson, 226 North Main. • c " tf THE STATE FAIR. Many New Features Will Be Added, Townsend Announces. MISCELLANEOUS PREPARED to do, all kinds of shoe repairing at ;my home, 310 South Independence. Henry Fritz. : P-205 MONEY TO LOAN FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks-, proven the cheapest for farmer or poultryman; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf FOR SALE — Potatoes, Rural Now Yorkers, for seed or table. Phone 1GX7. Herman Michci. c-207 FOR SALE — C-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 FARM LOANS—Reasonable rats Fielding & Fielding. c-»t V*^***™ " " ^ I I THE DAILY WHEEZE j • .•O-TII- -'••" — " — "-"- ''.' Jack: "You sa>| she partially returned your affections?" Tony: "Yes, she [sent back my letters, but kept alj the jewelry." Indianapolis, May 30. — "Many new features will be added at the Indiana state fair, Aug. 31-Sept. G, 1935," was the statement made by the lieutenant governor, M. Clifford Townsend. Educational Day, which will bo held Wednesday, Sept. 4, will be far better than last year. There is now located ou the fair grounds a school house similar to oiu built 100 years ago, a frame building erected this year, similar to one built 50 years ago and then the modern school buildin of today. Mr. Townsend stated there were around 200 school busses conveying children to tho. fair educational day last year; this year, the fair organization hopes there will be 1,000 busses furnished to carry the children to the fair educational day, Wednesday, Sept. 4. A big parade of all school champions will be featured again this year. .Many other attractive features have been added, such as the Mansfield, Oh E. Styers, a fai near here, has a new experience which a calf outdid found a bob-tailed barn, where the ing tail, closed a Some folks take medicine in the night without making a light and making sure of thd label. Others go hunting in a squirrel-skin cap. •Still others stick tlieir head down and dash across the street with automobiles coming from both ways. Hits Puupcrs. HATCriKS — Each type White ', per 100: lots: $C.r>0 in Heavy* $7.45 per S7.-.T> In .100 ints; $7 in 1.(Mid Inis. L,iKht r.r:ih!una-s fS.45. Heavy llix.-d 57. Ailil Ic PIT chick extra when lots of 50 arc ship- iK-il: 2c wln-n 23. Chicks started :'. and If \vks. a.* special orders. Order in advance for date.- breed ami injmlicr. Jlaise summer chicks—they will ino.-.n real prolit for table use this fall, linosler Hati:h'T.v, MichiKantown, Ind. AUCTION SALE of salvaged material from postoflice 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 Sacramento, Cali, May 30. — By a vote of 43 to 32 the state assembly yesterday passed the Redwine-Jones bill to prevent paupers and vagabonds from entering California. ' The measure, which provides for: armed guards at the borders, nojw goes to the senate. superintendent; at 7:30. school, 9:30. Carl Tyner, superintendent; children's day exercises. 7:30 p. in. Memorial day services, 2:00 p. m. Tetersburg Church Notes: Rev. McClure, pastor. Sunday school. at Role. • Press). May 30. — T. er of Danville, nown for years place would eat ng, but he had e recently in id a goat. He d horse in his night before lal with a flow- estigation dis- despoiler. UITH. Rev. .1. A. Land, chool, 9:30, \V. superintendent; 10:30. ch Notes: Suu- Russell Collins, >vening worship rcu Notes: Rev. ceived j a number of useful and beautiful" presents which they appreciated very much. Refreshments jwere served. The! Conquerors class of the Prairieville Christian Sunday school : was entertained Thursday evening at the home of Miss Edna P » Higgiris. There were nine members present and the guests were Betty 'Jo Smith, Mildred Campbell and Verlin Kidwell. Contests v:ere won by Mary Jean Young and Beryl McReynolds. Refreshments were served. Adeline and Loraine Reed. Ralph' Pruitt and Leonard Grimme of Indianapolis, were guests af Frank Grimme and family Sua- dn> evening. The' memorial services, which \v.e('e jheld at the Prairirvillt Christian church Sunday wera well attended. The committee on th^ endowment fund is progressing nicely. ! nesday for gall trouble is getting along nicely and will be removet to her home west of _ Kemptor Thursday. The Methodist Ladies Aid so ciety will meet Wednesday -after noon with Mrs. James C'. Beai and Mrs. Allen Kemp, Mrs. M. C Ploughe and Mrs. Ray Sellars a hostesses. Members will pleas take notice of the change of timi. Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Armstron and father James visited Sunda with the former's brother Mi and Mrs. Herman Armstrong o Frankfort. Lawrence Clark and family o Indianapolis visited the week en with their parents, Mr. and Mi- Charles Clark. ARCADIA. Mrs. Harry Easter and childr-j of Buena Vista, Ohio, spent froi Sunday until Wednesday of th week here with her sister-in-la of KEMITOX. Mrs. Bert Hawkins Kempton entertained west for of her daughter Margie's tenth birthday . Saturday afternoon at a party. A Reuben & Cherry fine carnival. 1^30. Roscoe Samuels, snperin- lal . ge | binhday cako with ten which will furnish amusement for tendent. the children. There will be outstanding entertainment in front of Mrs. Charles Hensel and Mr. Heasel. Mrs. Charles Farrar was at NewOperaPirector? the grandstand every evening from Monday to Friday during fail- week. The grand circuit racing will bo another feature this year with nearly $34,000 in purses. Some of the best racing stakes in the country have been added. Mr. Townsend also made the statement that everyone would b3 given an opportunity again this year to purchase tickets in advance of the fair for 25c each. There will be only 125,00 tickets available for this advance sale, and after this supply has been exhausted, the regular admission price of 50c will be in effect. MOKE PWA PROJECTS. Francis Smith came Saturday to of Frankfort, spend a few 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 and washers as down payments oil Crosley Shelvadors and Easy washers. Linebacks. -c-200 WANTED—Paper hanging; reasonable. Coyner. Phone 1270. •c-208 FOB BENT FOR 'RENT —v Modern furnished apartment, close in. Phone . 3374^ : c-207 For Sale or Trade 1934 V-8 DeLuxe Sedan, with radio, extra good. 1932 V-nB Coupe. 1929 Pontiac Sedan. Arc Anticipated With the 45 Per Cent Grunt Just Announced. • Indianapolis, May 30.—An increase in the number of applications for loans and grants for work projects under the new federal program is anticipated as the result of the president's action in reducing from 70 to 55 per cent the amount states and communities must pay back in new public: works allotments, Forest M. Logan, state engineer for the public works administration said today. John Erskine, above,' Columbia .university professqr, novelist and musician, is seen- tie the successor to the late Herbert .Witherspoon as director of the 'Metropolitan Opera company in New York, a' position to whtca Witherspoon' had been appointed in April after GbUi-Cansui NEW Used fat SERVICE "Many municipalities and other local'governmental units have noi applied for loans or grants for needed public improvements under the PWA program because they were not in a position legally to meet the 70 per cent loan figure. Many of these, no doubt, will be able to meet, the 55 per cent requirement. Tho reduction In interest rate Is, of course, a further incentive. For this rea-! son we anticipate a decided increase in the number of applications." , ' Official notice of the president's action was received by Mr. Logan In the form of the following telegram from Horatio B. Hackett, assistant PWA administrator in Washington: "Loan and grant applications acceptable .for examination on tin jbasls of 66 per cent loan and 45 per cent grant, both based on the cost of the project to the government. Three per cent Interest rate. Wages the same as now effective o days with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Aldridgc. Mr. and Mrs. iDale Burgett. northwest of Normanda,, are the parents of a baby son, born Wednesday, May 22. He has been giv- rjii the name of Charles Don. This is the fourth child in the home. Don-is Mock and family returned to their homo here after spending the past week at Wa- 'bash with Rev. Mark Ashley and daughter Donna Gail. Rev. Ashley is a former pastor of th.; Normanda charge. Laura Michel, teacher in tho Anderson schools, spent the week end with, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Michel. Mrs. Belle Barr went to Oa!- veston Wednesday to visit for u few days with her brother, Jakt? Piercy and family. Carl Jones and Dallas Davenport made a business trip to Cleveland, O., Monday. Mrs. Claud Barr, president m" the King's Heralds and Ligln ;Bearers of the Hopewell commun- ;ity entertained the two societies at her home Wednesday afternoon, with twenty present. A program was given and a free-will offering was received to be used for supporting a hospital bed In China. ' Mrs. Mabel Foster, president of the missionary society, was present and gavo a talk. Mrs. J. A. Land was present and gave a splendid talk, she having been ipresident of this department at to tho Frankton, prior to moving Goldsmith. • At the close of '.W,- *.'.>w*t'! '*&*--.'••'$•$''*&• TV •^cgmQfeai *&':>% %^mF^:.K--xfa evening a pitch-in luncheon was served. ** Max Bowen returned to his home at Colorado Springs, Col., Friday after spending severt.l days here with Mr. and Mrs. |Da- vld Michel and other . relatives. Mrs. Bowen and children' remained for an extended visit at the 'Michel home. She was formerly Misa Emma Michel, a teacher In 1U« Goldsmith schools. candles and the words "Happy Birthday" in pink and white graced the table. Out-door games were played after which refreshments of ice cream and cake were served. The honor guest received several nice gifts from her little friends. Daisy Carmack returned to her home at Kirklin Sunday after spending a week with Mrs. Lizzie King. Emory Harvey and family of Kirklin were Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. King. Mr. and Mrs. Lute Smitson of Indianapolis were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Cora Cline. Mrs. Harry Person who contracted measles a few days ag:> lias developed a cold and is bordering on pneumonia. The Jolly Stitchers club were untei-tained Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Carl McCarthy. A pleasant afternoon was enjoyed with games after which refreshments were served of pineapple whip topped with whipped cream, cake and :coffce and candies. The club will .'meet in two weeks with Mrs. Frank Whc-atley. The Woman's Study club of Kempton entertained their families; and guests at a pitchin supper jat the Masonic dining hall Friday evening with fifty-five present. Entertainment consisted of a[ circus. The walls were well decorated with placards announcing the different attractions such as feeding the elephants, nigger- babjf stand, a ferocious mirror aninial encaged high off the floor. Two! clowns were present performing many stunts. Preceding tho supper which was served cafeteria style a grand parade was formed and leading finally to Mutable which was loaded with delicious food. The collect and prayer yere repeated by the .club members led by Mrs. M. 'C. PIoi)ghe. After filling their plat(:a I'KAIRIE NOTES.* 1 Mrs. Bonnie Iilneback and Thelma Tudor left Tuesday mprn Ing for Ind!a»apolis,,/w:hero they entered the Royal Beauty Academy for a twelve .weeks'.cdii rse. Dorothy Tynec. entered, the a sad- show- two weeks ago. ;£ There. 1 : ^a»it«;00^» f^^l&^P"- 1 - Alexandria Thursday and Friday' and visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith. On Thursday night she attended the commencement exercises of the Alexandria high school, her granddaughter Miss Iris Farrar being one of the graduates. Mrs. Lou Thomas of Indianapolis spent Saturday and Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Shaffer. Miss Anna Marie Learning was an additional dinnor guest Sunday in honor of Mary Shaffer's birthday. On Sunday afternoon they all went to Anderson where Martha Shaffer and Cora Margaret Heflin broadcast- ed over WHBU for the Arcadia Hatchery. Mr. and Mrs. Orla Heflin also accompanied the girls to Anderson and Mrs. Heflin played their piano accompaniments for their broadcasting. William Trinkner has gone to Berrien Springs, Mich., for a few days' visit with his grandmother Trinkner. Hobart, Robert and John Frazee attended the auto races at Winchester Sunday. Maxine Hall of Ball State, college spent the week end here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. O Hall. Arthur Havens and wife visited at Indianapolis Sunday with Grant Havens who is a .patient ai the 'Methodist hospital. Elmer Hook and family of El wood were Sunday guests of Wai ter Hook and family. Mr. and 'Mrs. Job Russell, Mrs Anna McCorkle and Kenneth Me Corkle and family visited at Cic ero Sunday with Joe Cox an< family. Mrs. Lova Foy returned to her home at Montpelier Sunday after a week's visit here with her mother Mrs. Peach Henderson. • • .Mrs. Ora Bassett of Gary is visiting Mr. 'and Mrs. Williarii Haines and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Goodwin. | Mrs. Earl Gregg and son Billy and Mrs. Lottie Harney of Elwood visited Saturday with Ralph Harney and family. . i Mrs. Robert Harris and daughter Mary Riley of Elwood spent Saturday with Casper Riley and wife. lowing named deceased persons, to-wit: Jacob Gross;! Oscar Grjosf;' Emma Gross Trimble; Mary Gross Myers; Bertha Gross 1 Jarrett; Ethel Waymlre; Choley Norrls; V:ltaa Kirkpatrick; Thomas L. Giipsf; Emma rPuckett; JJu.Ua Ann F env ing; Virgil Fleming; Enos, Gross; Martin Gross; • Mary Catherine Hite; Thomas Hitiej! Hester Paul; Morris Gross; Emily White; Ssjr- ah Jane Pool; and 1 ! Mary Cross Leggitt. are each inojn-residen' the State of Indiana. Notice is therefore hereby given that unless said gbove namec fendants be- and appear in' .sol a. j ,-- ^ do- tha Tipton Circuit Court, before: the Judge thereof, on the 8th day 'of July, 1935, at thei court hons|e, In the City of Tiptpn. and answer or demur to said petition, that the same will be heard and determined in their absence. | In witness wherepf I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said court, :iit the Clfy of Tipton, Indiana, Ihis 16tti day of May, A. D. 1935J RAYMOND Wj. SIMP Clerk Tiptoui Circuit A. W. BOLTON, I .! CULVER & PICKERING. Attorneys. i 193-99-2<)5-ll Notice of Administration. ourt. the the mrade led to five tables where guests were seated. The tables weri) cleverly decorated with three circus rings containing animal j crackers and miniature dolls dressed as cricus performers. At each plate were .large caps made of vail paper. The napkins ""were red the Mai and white checked. Following snnper Margie'-and Wllraa Mean sang ''The Man| on 'the Flying: Trapeze" and during jthu singing a ring was suspended on a w re 'containing a baby doll repress itlng ', the flying trappse. The remainder of the! evening \KVADA-HOPE\VELI<. Mrs. Jonas Hawkins and. Harold Warner of Sharpsville, Mrs. Nellie Henderson of Oklahoma City, and Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses Henderson spent Tuesday at Franklin. Mrs. Delia Cfcge and daughter, Freda, spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cage of Sweetzer. Mrs. Estel Draper and family of Brooklyn, New York, came Sunday for a three weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bail Pendergrass. Mrs. Blanche Henderson and Mrs. Joe Henderson accompanied Mary Henderson back to Danville Monday to school. She had spent the week end with her parents here. Thelma Henderson of Kokomo was the "week ,end guest of har parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Henderson. : Basil Orr ' and family and George Herron and family of Sharpsville were the Sunday' dinner guests of- Mr. and" Mrs. William Cooper. : Mrs. Joe Henderson of the Nevada community planned a birthday surprise party for; her band Friday night. Progressive eufhre was enjoyed until a late hour after which refreshment were served ;to Howar^ Peterp and family, Mrs. Iva Snyder and daughter Morieda, John Crousorc and.Herscliien .Griffith of! Hemlock. Wayne "Kenworthy,and ifamily ol Center, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hen- Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Wann and Christopher Parr of Noblcsvillo spent Sunday with M. C. Marshall and family. . : . Eugenia McDaniel spent the past week at Summitville with Jake Ault and family. ' Madonna Nash of near Point Isabel spent Saturday with Mrs. Geneva Cook. •Mrs. Ora Warner spent Sunday at Indianapolis .with Maurice Brown and family. Sunday guests of Douglas Walker and wife were Paul Walker and .family, Ray Walker and family, Mrs. Lois Hollowell and family and Ora Hinds and family. Howard Miller and family of Snlpnur Springs were • Sunday guests of Mrs. Irena Land. Beti- lah Miller returned to the home of Mrs. Land for an indefinite visit. .Doris Miller also remained for a short visit. Mrs. Geneva Cook and Mq.rl Perry visited Lawrence Nash and family at Point Isabel Friday. Sunday visitors of Noah Brown and family -were Mrs. Peach Henderson and son Ralph, Mrs. Lova Fay of Montpelier and Frank Brown and wife. Boone J^eavell and family and Lawrence Nash and family of Point Isabel were Sunday guests of Mrs. Gen.eva Cook. : Marshall and Robert Kinder of Muncie were week end guests of their parents Clyde Kinder and wife. i In mentioning the graduates of this county from Ball State col- le*ge at Muncie, two names from this community were omitted, Mrs. Faye CJary who completedi a two-year course and Marshall Kinder with a four-year course. Mrs. Clary was formerly Faye Whisler and graduated from Ttp- f .on high school and Mr. Klndpr 'Is 4 a graduate of Windfall high school. Lester Sheedy and wife of Frankton were Sunday evening guests of George Sheedy and wife. ...... . |. i .Mr. and Mrs. "ted Wann had Us their Sunday dinner guests Mr.' ind Mrs. Frank Butner, M^r. and Mrs. Fred Horton and Carl j Hofer ind family of Alexandria. \ Notice is hereby given that ttte undersigned lifts ] been appointed by the Judge of the Circuit Court of Tipton County, State of Indiana, administratrix of the estate t TIp- of William H. Myerly, late o derson; Air. and Mrs. Tunis Hen ton County, deceased. Said estate is supposed to be! solvent. I LENNIE MYERLY, May 15, 1935. Administratrix. KEMP & KEMP,! ; | Attorneys. i ; 193-99-205-11 See the New Leonard Electric Refrigerators H. J. SCHRADER & CO. J.CPENNEYGQ I ! j 110-118 South Main St \5 st 1 LEATHERMAN FUNERAJi HOME Ambulance Servic4 Furnace Coils! Waste Ftiel . Replace Yon* Cofl a Self Action GAS WATEi Public Service Co. of BREAD— 1%-lb. loaf:. KEOGEB BAKING CO. Notice to Non-Residents. •*• t • • i p State of 'Indiana, j -I County of Tipton, SB: i in the matter of the; estate of Har, vey Gross, -Deceased. Shirley C. Tyner t administrator-of the estate vOfjj.Harvey, IGrofe," de. .,*. . et v al. tfcat*'j ; Comforts, SMITSON'! &DRYC; Phoi YOUNG & Suits and 106 East, WAI

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