The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on June 3, 1935 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, June 3, 1935
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fo NWK&IA owe MOWING TH& UAWM DIED AT RISING SUN. TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE OR TRADE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE — 40. acres, G-room house, electricity, good barn, mostly black land. L. W. Fuller. c-208 .WANTED—You to know we liave plenty of wall paper at 8 cents a double roll. Rexall, Drugs. c-tf FOR SALE—21 acres. Road 28, one mile east of Tipton; good G-room house and outbuildings. Sl.uuO; one-third cash. L. W. / Fuller. c-209 FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Tomato plants. Ed Harter. 201 Ash. p-212 WANTED—Paper hanging; reasonable. Coyner. Phone 1270. c-208 MALE HELP WANTED Starts on Vacation to Last Until Next October. FOR SALK OR TRADE—Driving marc. Henry Tebbe. p-209 FOR SALE — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 55. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf FOR SALIC — Xorthurn Michigan No. 1 Kussctt seed potatoes. Phone 17X9. John Saudmanu. P-20U FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the cheapest for farmer or poultryman; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf- l-'OIl SALE—Mauchu soy beans. Phone i:;s9. Windfall. Glen Kiffe. P-20S FOR SALE—Rural New Yorker potatoes. Walter Powell. Phono 1XG. c-208 FOR SALE — 5-year-old Jersey cow with heifer calf by side. Herman Warner. Tipton, Route 1. p-20fl FOR SALE — Mauchu soy beans, fin- dried, good germination. 1'hime Goldsmith. Churchillc I)::rr. p-210 AUCTION SALE of salvaged material from pusloillce site, Wednesday, June 5. starting 10:30 a. in. Lumber, soil pipe, brick and other material. c-209 FOR SALE — G-ycar-old horse, Fordson tractor and Oliver 12- inch tractor plow; 2 I. H. C. rotary hoes; !l-in. Letz burr feed mill; 7-ft. Osbornc binder. Bulz Implement Store. Phone 33X3. c-tf i.ilv.-i Jluis r- ;il Jr.VIS HATOniCS — Kadi Tins. I-irpi- type TVlnti! f.< thorns ?i».ori por 100; ff..~~, in .".mi IriLs; J6.RO in I.IIMJ lots. II.-:ivys $7.!5 IMT I 1 ''": f7.';"i in ",liu lots; J7 in 1 .MOO I'it.«. J.lKlit H«avy Mixvl 57. Add Ic HIT i-xtrn \vh* n lots of 50 art' rhip- •v whi-n 2~«. Chirks siartcil :>. wl;s. jis .sp.-rial orders. Order in (••• fur dull*. brc-O'1 an') nmiiin-r., siitmii'-r i-liicks—tlioy will jnt-.-in iirclil lur talili- use this fall. i-r linti-lirry. MlrliiKnnlown. ind. WANTED WANTED — Paper hanging; reasonable. Coyiicr. Phone 1270. c-213 MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE XEW AND USED WASHERS L'.sod Gas Engine For Demonstration Call 83 SERVICE MOTOR CO. ForSale or Trade 1934 V-8 DeLuxe Sedan, with radio, extra_good. ^932 v-9 Coupe. 1929 Pontiac Sedan, i 1929 Essex Sedan. 1931 Chevrolet Coupe • 1930 Plymouth Coach 1931 Ofieyrolet Ooacl -*- --*-•"- In M» (Ban- RELIABLE young men to take up electric refrigeration and air conditioning; prefer men now employed and mechanically inclined, with fair education and willing to train spare time to become experts in installation and service work; write, giving age, phone, present occupation, Box 500, care Tribune. p-209 ABLE MAN for distributing and route work; automobile given man who qualifies; $35 a week opportunity; steady; costs nothing; write Albert Mills, 7196 Monmouth, Cincinnati, O. p-20S (By United Press). Washington, June 3.—Closely guarded against a threatened Comfhunist demonstration, the supreme court met -at noon today for the'last time in the historic court room which has housed its deliberations since 1859. Barricades used during the court sessions when the NRA was being decided kept spectators from approaches to the marshal's office while capitol police guarded the corridors. The Communists planned to protest against th.e court's recent decision in which it refused to set aside the. 18 to 20-year jail term imposed in Atlanta, Ga., on Angelo Herndou, a Communist organizer, for his organization activities. ADJOURXMEXT OFF. FOR RENT MISCELLANEOUS KEYS MADE while' you wait. Phares, Jeweler. c-M-Tu-203 MONEY TO LOAN SEE US for new plan of farm loans; 5, 10, 15 and 20-year payment plan; low interest rate. Fielding & Fielding, c-tf WORKING OIT PROGRAM. President Expected to Outline Plan By Tuesday Evening.'' Washington; June 3. — President Roosevelt today felt his way cautiously toward clarification of his NRA policy. As he resumed, conferences with congressional and business leaders a statement promised for today was postponed. The White House indicated it would be probably another 2-1 hours before the President was ready to rev*«l his next move in meeting the crisfs arising from invalidation of all codes. The next White House •pronouncement, it was said will outline what the administration can do immediately within the terms of the court's sweeping decision, pending legislative or other remedial acction that may be attempted later. To Visit Louisiana. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bunch of Tetersburg, and the former's mother, Mrs. Dora Bunch, who has 'been making her home with her daughter, Mrs. Edna Singer at Sanborn, loft Saturday for Louisiana, where they will visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Tudor. Mrs. Bunch will remain for an extended visit with the Tudors, sho being 'a sister of Mrs. Tudor, but her son and wife plan to return Sunday. Billy and Richard Bunch, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bunch, are spending the week with their aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lebo in Bloomtngton. THE DAILY WHEEZE "I wonder why BO many marriages are failures?" "It must be because so many inexperienced people go Into jt." Used: Congress Expected to Be In Session Until August 1. (By United Press). Washington, June 3. — Speaker Joseph W. Byrns after conferring with President Roosevelt today said he expected congress to be in session until probably August 1. He said proposals for an early congressional recess followed by a special session were "out" in his opinion. Byrns said he personally believed some "sort" of a NRA bill would be n&cessary, but that all plans of the administration foi revising new deal legislation in view of the supreme court decisions apparently still were nebulous. Tipton Relatives Advised of Death of Mrs. Carrie Fischvogt. : Relatives in this county have received word of the death Sunday morning of Mrs. Carrie Fisch- vogfc, age 79, wife of Charles Fischvogt of Rising Sun. She had not been well for some time, and during the past several days she had become rapidly worse. The deceased is a sister-in-law of Lewis Fischvogt, residing southwest of Tipton, the two men being brothers. The message received here stated that funeral services will be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at Rising Sun, and several" relatives from Tipton county are planning to be in attendance. Besides the relatives here, she is survived by the husband, four sons, and one daughter. Man Kills Former Sweetheart anil j Then Himself. i (By United Tress). Robinson, 111., June 3.—Allen E. Flynn, unemployed married man, dragged Mrs. Mary L. Pier- soil, mother of two children, from her automobile, shot her to death, and then killed himself here today. ; Flynn's wife, Mrs. Anna Mae Flynn, left him several months ago when she learned that her husband and Mrs. Piersoll were having a clandestine love affair. ', » » » ' ARCADIA. Slatcliette-HamincI. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Teal and daughter Carolyn were at Lafayette Sunday where they witnessed the wedding of Miss Jean Hammel of that city, to. Claude Matchette of Greentown, the ceremony taking place in the Christian church in Lafayette. The bride is quite well known in Tipton, having visited here on several occasions in the Teal home. Mr. Matchette also has a numbei of friends here, being a graduate of Purdue university with th class of 1934. The newlyweds will reside in Indianapolis, where the groom '*• employed with the Edison Elec- j trie Company. To Spend Summer Here. PRICE FUNERAL. Services for Aged Accident Victim to lie Held Here Tuesday. Funeral services for Mrs. Wilmuth Jane Price, 86, of Scircleville, who died of a fractured skull received in an automobile accident will be held at the Leatherman .funeral home on North Main street Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Rev. P. B'. Turner of Indianauolis and Rev. A. E. Beyler, pastor of the Wesleyan Methodist church of Tipton will conduct the services. The body will lie in state at the funeral home until the hour of the services and friends are invited to call at any time. Asking Divorce. Dayton Billhymer residing southeast of Atlanta has brought an action for divorce against his wife, Mrs. Eva Mae Billhymer, to whom he was married in February, the complaint stating they had been separated since April. Mrs. Billhymer is residing in Tipton having rented apartments over the Foster Jewelry Store. Following Billhymer's marriage to his wife, an action for damages for | alienation of his affection was' brought by an Elwood woman against his father C. E. Billhymer, Jin which she demanded $20,000. The action is or was. pending In the Hamilton circuit court. 1 On Vacation. I — Mrs. Claude Main, office assistant 'at the Dr. J. V. Carter offices Us taking a week's vacation and she'and her husband are planning a trip to Kentucky. Thsy will visit with relatives at pwjensboro. -\ Word has been received here that Mr. and Mrs. Parke Mehlig of Corvallis, Oregon, will leave Saturday .for Indiana where will spend the summer. Mr. Mehlig, who is a professor in 'the Oregon State. College, will be in Lafayette during the summer doing research work in chemistry "at Purdue University. Mrs. Mehlig will spend much of her time in Tipton county with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mc- Laughlln. She was formerly Miss Clarice McLaughlin of this county. Tonsils Removed. Helen Jean, the eight-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.; S. Brewer of Indianapolis was a' patient at the office of a local physician Monday and underwent an operation for removal of tonsils. She came through the ordeal nicely and was taken home Monday evening. ADD MAPLE LEAD , Operated Monday. Mrs. Harry Robinson residfng northeast of Tipton underwent an operation for removal of tonsils; in Tipton Monday morning and ; is getting along nicely. ••» . • i Card of Thanks. Wo wish" to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to our many friends and neighbors tor the many kindnesses shown' our dear son and brother, Morris Hln- klc, during his sickness and after his death. We wish'to personally thank Rer. H. R. Pearey for his message of comfort; ijr. LeathlBr- man and Mr. Morris,;the funejral directors; Donald Barnes, WHltem *^ Cull Dickovcr of Lima. Ohio, came j Wednesday to visit over Decollation Day and the week end with his sister, Mrs. Tom Barnes. MrJ and Mrs. Raymond : .Mason and daughter, Marlene. of Tipton and Miss Marjorie Sumner o£ Indianapolis .spent Decoration Day with itheir mother, Mrs. Pearl Sumner. Miss Mary Mildred Russell of Indianapolis came Thursday to spend several days with Mr.'and Mrs Paul Apple and family. - Mrs. Gerald Hannah and children! spent Decoration Day in N'oblesvillc as the guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. Charles Wheeler. Mr- and Msr. Will Pettijolm whoShave been spending several months in Indianapolis with their sons, | Edwin and family and William and family, have returned to their; home here. Mr. and Mrs. Willijun Pettijohn and family spent Wednesday and Thursday here iwith his parents. Mrk O. A. Sowers of Tipton. Mrs. JMima Cook and Mr. and Mrs. James Sanders were guests or Mr. and Mrs. Emery Hall, the occasion 'jbeing the birthday of Mrs. Cook] In the afternoon they enjoyed; a drive to West Grove, tho girlhood home o£ Mrs. Cook. Will Bopth of "Fowler spent Wednesday and Thursday here as the guest of 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bootl). Mr};. David Bradburn who has been :ill for a number of months with • paralysis is slightly improved and is able to be up and about the house. Carl Sowers and daughter, Virginia,- Mary Shaffer, John K. McGill, :Robert Baitz, Walter Lcs- sig, Howard Alley, Guy Black, Ward 1 Mosbaugh and Bill Hialt were among those from here who attended the races'.at the Speedway on Decoration Day. Mrs. Robert Richards of Tipton spent several days here this week |with Mr. and Mrs. Harvoy Hiattj Mrs. Walter Lewis of Indianapolis 'delightfully entertained thu members of the Auction bridge club at the home of her mother, Mrs. jjohn McGill on West Main s t r e;e t Wednesday afternoon. Tables were arranged for several games of bridge and at the close of the afternoon ; prizes; ware awarded to Mrs. Lewis first, Mra. Shirl (Riebeling second, Mrs. Vane Learning consolation and! Mrs. Lloydj Smith traveling priize,- A luncheon was served to i .those mentioned and Mrs. Clarke Burton ojf Noblesville; Mrs.! Paul Apple' and Mrs. Glen Drumin. Tfie club iwill meet in !two weeks at the home of Mrs. Learning. Bobbie Joe Lieurance, four- year-ild son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lieurance Is'.quite ill at hia home suffering w'ith toxic poisoning r< suiting from "throat trouble. The youngster carked a temperature, of v 1Q4 Frld4y hut on Saturday^ his temperature was, lower. Anna, Marie Learning la ' . f T . „ 1 * li time, she having just returned to work in April. M. C. Martz of Mooresville was calling on relatives here Decoration Day .Mr. Martz just recently returned from a trip to Washington. Frank Shew just recently had a narrow escape from drowning and an experience he does not care to repeat. He was pulling a corn planter fastened'to a wagon through the creek and when the wagon hit a rut it pushed the tongue of the planter which was under the seat of the wagon, against the seat and threw Mr. Shew off the seat and as it hit the back of his head he .became unconscious. When .he hit the water, fortunately for him his head rested on the seat which was also in the water. Otherwise, if ho had fallen face downward in the water he probably would have drowned. the"'| pnoj uoptot In the!, matter of 'the estate -61 {James B. Decker, Deceased; In Ithe Tipton Circuit Court, Apri^ JTernl, 1935. j Notice is hereby given that The Citizens National Bank, Tipton; Indiana, as administrator of the estate of James E. Decker, deceased, has presented and filed its account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate, and ttiat the same will come up for examination and action of said Circuit Cojurt on the 27th day of June, 1935, at which time all heirs, crer ditprs 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 3rd day of June, 1935. RAYMOND W. SIMPSON,: Clerk Tipton 208-14-20-26 Circuit Court. 1 1936. at whlclTtlifie. dltors or legatees are required to aj court" and. show there be, why said vouchers should noi ^_ Witness thel clerk and e said Tipton Circuit jCbnrt,y ton, Indiana, j this ) 18fl May, 1935. : j j RAYMOND W. '""" (Seal) ( 196-202-08-14 Executrix's Sale of Real- Estate. erk Tin See the New Electric H. J. SCHRADER & ATLANTA. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hagadon of Imlay. City, Michigan, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ramsey and Matt-, rice Ramsey of Detroit, Mich., visited over Memorial Day with their father, Sam Ramsey. Mrs. Stella Kizer visited Tuesday and Wednesday with Dewitt Shaw and family at plwood. She attended the graduating services at the Elwood high school Tuesday evening, her nephew Mark Shaw being one of a class of 14S graduates. The speaking, music and the entire program was given by members of the class, and was highly appreciated. j Fred Basey and family of j Indianapolis and Mumrel BasoV of Hobbs were Thursday djinuer guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cuas. jLong and Mrs. Estelle Basey. Mr. and" Mrs. Don Coop :r of Kokomo visited Memorial Day with Mrs. Kittle Walton who accompanied them ironic fop the week-end. J ! Mr. and Mrs. John Leonard visited Memorial Day with Mrj and The undersigned, executrix of the last will of Amanda E. Neal, deceased, hereby gives notice that by virtue of an order of the Hancock Circuit Court, she will at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., on the 15th day of June, 1935, on the premises at 507 North Mill street, in .the City of Tipton, Indiana, offer for sale at public sale the following described real estate situate in'Tipton, Tipton County, Indiana, to-wit: Lot Number Two (2) in Block Number Eight (S) in Park View Addition to the City of Tipton, Indiana. Said sale will be made subject to the approval of said Court, for not less than two-thirds of the full appraised value of said real estate and upon the following terms and conditions: At least one-third of the pur- chose money cash in hand, the balance in two-equal installments, payable in not to exceed 9 and IS months, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser; the deferred payments, if any, to he evidenced by notes of the purchaser, bearing 6 per cent interest from date, waiving relief from valuation and appraisement laws, providing for attorney's fees, and secured by a mortgage on the real estate sold. Said premises will be sold free and clear of all incumbrances^.* IDA M. JACKS, Execu'trix of the Last Will and Testament of Amanda E. Neal, Deceased. RICHARD T. LINEBACK, Attorney for Estate. 190-96-202-08 110-118 South Main Sfcp and - G P :orge word and the daughter is . suffering heart trouble and will be Mrs. Irwin Wilson, Wilson, at Elwood. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bryan of JJartiusville and Mr. and j Mrs. John Fessler of Indianapolis ( were Thursday dinner guests of Ralph Bozell and family. Mrs. Pearl Long received that Mrs. Adrian Smith daughter Thelma were both'[patients at the Methodist: hospitjal at Indianapolis. Mrs. Smith underwent an appendicitis opertion. with compelled to remain at the hospital for treatment for several mojnths. Mr. and Mrs. Smith were-.fcjrmer Atlanta residents. Mr. Smithj was the section foreman for the Union Traction Co. during their | resi' dencc here. , : Mrs. Mary McConnell n oved her househlod goods, into her| new home Friday having purchased the John Bryan property. Mr. and Mrs. Earl | Clarfc of near Richmond spent the weekend with their mother, Mrs. Bosa Brown. i - Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Qrr of Indianapolis were Memorial Day guests of Mr. and Mrs] Ike P ml. Mrs. Holman Loseyj fell ifrom the back steps at her home Friday, straining the ligaments in her leg. Mrs. Losey has been polled to get about oh cru since she fractured a .hip two years ago. No bones broken; at this time suffering much pain. Memorial Day gnes Notice of Administration. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed by the Judge of the Cirtuit Court af Tipton County, State of Indiana^ executrix of the estate of •John Frazee, late of Tipton County, deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. i - JOSEPHINE FRAZEE, May 15, 1935. Executrix. C. W. MOUNT, • Attorney. 196-202-OS-14! '' . •»•» Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. LEATHER MA1T FUNERAL HOME! : i •. • - ' I I- Ambulance Service- I Furnace Coils Waste Replace Yoiir pofl r ™" a Self Action GAS WATER HEA-1 Public Service Co. of BREAD— 1%-lb. loaf KROGER GROCERY BAKING CO. Comforts, Blankets, SMITSON'S L & DRY CLEANING Phone [120 See— YOUNG & MASON Suits and Furnishings 106 East Jefferson St. In the matter of the estate of Thomas S. McCorkill, deceased. In the Tipton Circuit Court, April Term, 1935. Notice is hereby given that Albert Eakius, as executor, of the estate of Thomas S. McCorkill, deceased-, has presented and filed his account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate, and that the same will come up for exami- Radio Repairs LINEBACES LFk^Uei BLUE BEACQ A Coal With • Heating DonW Erie Street QoallthM ! Coffin i | 1 Phone 1 7,0 ches over were but si e is .s of Cora Scully and Stella Bishop were Mr. and Mrs. Thbmas B :ully of Indianapoll*. Afternoon cal-_ Mrs. When You Sell Livestock- Eliminate long hauls, yardage, ' commissions and other expenses. Most of you know there is satisfaction in deajlng wiUij. our yards—spot cash—no deductions—and more net I i profit from your livestock. , i I. Dulicy & Son Company Elwood Phone 53 Indiana:! j • ; . I ! L %1-i 'Hi Auction S; ! -' : - : :;' N :,--.:! i i , B UILDING MATERIAL of aU kinds .from buildings razed to clear sitej jof office in Tipton. Much-good lumber, s I timber, frames, siding, joists, plank, pipe and brick an.d,'sti>rie. Eve sold regardless of, price. Sale Starts at

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