The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on June 4, 1935 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, June 4, 1935
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iSNOODLES 3-f* V Cj Hungerfard I A ===_ So/we MA?oft cs sr <si\ie HIM A SM\P AND. SEND- HIM SOr^y' <^§ IMT^ofULL. / OF RAW MEAT/ To 1& TO w FREST M<* i-r AUTe Spoiu ON VOU-HR IN You. Virginia, spent Friday with;Mr<and Mrs. Chaa. Barnes of < Hobbs. Mrs. Alton Book and family lot Hobos visited with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williams of Tipton. i Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harris and family of Indianapolis were Sunday dinner guests of J. A. Harris and family of Hobbs. WINDFALL. TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE OR TRADE REAL ESTATE 1 OK SALE—1 tires and tubes. .•-izc 4.50x2u: also good 6ak dav- uiport, i-heap. Phone 19X2. p-211 l-'OK SAI.K—-'1 acres, lload 2S, OIL: mile oast of Tipton; good ii-i(joni house and outbuildings. f l.iiiio; one-third "Cash. L. W. KHll.-r. c-208 FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Seed potatoes. Mrs. Peter Henry. p-211 t'Oll SALE—Tomato plants. Ed liarter. 201 Ash. p-212 FOR SALE OR TRADE—Driving marc. Jlenrv Tebbe. p-203 FOR SALE—Fresh Jersey cow. 15. O. Andrews. Atlanta. p-2U Full SALE—Tomato plants. Ezro .Smith S32 Nortli Independence. p-211 FOR SALE — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 55. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf FOR SALE — Registered Short. horn male, yearling. Oscar Man- IOVL-. Tipton. Phone Ekin. p-213 FOR .SALIC — Northern Michigan No. 1 Russett seed potatoes. Phone 17X9. John Saudmann. p-209 FOR SALE—Tomato plants. 301 Maple. P-212 WANTED WANTED — Paper hanging; reasonable. Coyner'. Phone 1270. c-214 WANTED—You to know we have plenty of wall paper at 8 cents a double roll. Rexall, Drugs. c-tf "WANTED — Salesman, 30 to 35 years of age, married, must have car, come well recommended; work will be in Tipton; a good opportunity for live wire; prefer man who is now employed; write P. O. Box 1028, Anderson. Ind. p-211 tryst between Napoleon and Teresina brought a climax, re-uniting Teresina and Count Lavalette. Roy Atwell, as Prince Gorgh- ese, and Rex Weber as a barber, furnished the humor -while the chorus of 92 St. Louis girls and youths gave the operetta a modernistic atmosphere. Direction of the opera this year Is by Laurence Schwab, New York producer. Last night's performance began the 17th season in Forest Park, a natural amphitheater with ac- coustics supplemented by* all the devices of the theater. The opera Is a civic enterprise and is non-profit making. MALE HELP WANTED 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 FOR RENT FOR RENT—House and 2 acres. Mrs. Maude Powell. p-211 FOR RENT — Furnished 2-room . apartment, centrally located. Mendenhall's Studio. c-tf FOK SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the cheapest for farmer or rroultryman; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf FOR SAL!-; — 5-ycar-old Jersey cow with heifer calf by side. II>.-i:imi Warner, Tipton, Route i. p-2on FOR SALE—Manchn soy beans, lire dried, good germination. Phono Goldsmith. Churchille liarr. p-210 AUCTION .SALE of salvaged material from postofficc site, Wednesday, .lune 5. starting 10:30 a. m. Lumber, soil pipe, brick and other material. c-209 FOR SALE — G-year-old horse, Fordsou tractor and Oliver 12- inch tractor plow; 2 I. H. C. ro- •"- tary hoes; a-in. Letz burr feed mill; 7-ft. Osborue binder. Bulz Implement Store. Phone 33XS. c-tf JV.43 j....i • ami ji'lv; •£t'f' JfKli IIATCFIKS — . Ka--li Tui-s. I.;irKc type "White T,<-clmrns 56.5:. llcr 100; J<;.7.-, in 3011 lots-: JG.M in LOW) lots. Ileavys S7.45 per \-ifi: 57.M In nno Ints: 57 in l.'i'i'i l<it:i. lentil Hc:ivy 'Mm-il J7. Add Ic per -Mni whm lotn of 50 arc «hip:; wk>. :is sp'^-i-iitl orders. Onl»;r in anci- for dalo. l»ro«-<l ami nuinbrr. - rl-ii'-U:-)—they will im'.'in prulll tor talilo . tiso this fall. t-r ll.-itrlifry. Mlc-hiKantown, inil. MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE XE\V AXD USED WASHERS Used Gas Engine For Demonstration Call 83 SERVICE MOTOR CO. ForSale or Trade 1934 V-8 DeLuxe Sedan, with radio, extra _good. 1932 v-8 Coupe. 1029 Pontiac Sedan. 1929 Essex Sedan. 1931 Chevrolet Coupe FOR RENT — Modern heated rooms as low as $3 per week Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. f 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 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 ST. LOUIS OPERA. Municipal Opera Season Opened With Napoleonuc Romance. (By United Press). St. Louis, June 4.—Amid the "applause and enthusiasm . of a "first nighter" crowd, a colorful cast presented a Napoleonac romance— Teresina—at the first performance at the Municipal opera's 1935 season here last night. Teresina, the American premiere of the Vlenese operetta, was offered to 9.000 St. Loulsans with a modern touch that put it into the unusual. / Evelyn Herbert, playing the leading role, whirled through a romance with Robert Halllday, as County Lavalette, that reached its climax in after years when he became a marshal of France. Napoleon was used- as a tool by Teresina when she finally met Count Lavalette whom she married many years before when she was a traveling singer. When she met the count in later years she had risen to a high position in the theatrical world. He failed to recognize her but became enamoured of her beauty. A SUBMIT J'KOPOSITIOX. Cemetery Association Wants Strip of County Fnrui Land. Omer Boyd, .Secretary of Fairview Cemetery Association, was before the/board of county commissioners Monday with a proposition to exchange land of the association for some owned by the county. The proposition would give the county about two acres for one, and the matter is under consideration. Some time ago the association purchased the Hall estate across the road from St. John's cemetery and it desires to exchange land on the south of the purchase for ten acres which will border on the east and west road with St. John's and Fairview cemetery on the north. The county owns the corner west of the Hall estate and if ten acres- can be secured by the association It will be available for throwing into the cemetery and closing the east and west road, using it for a private drive and routing traffic from the south on the west side of the cemetery. The county will secure land which joins with what it has on the south, and the commissioners look with favor on the proposition. Culled to California. Mr. and Mrs. John Frawley of North Main street were preparing to leave Tuesday midnight on the Cleveland-St. Louis flyer, their destination being Los Angeles where they were called by a message announcing the critical illness of Mrs. Frawley's sister, Mrs. Madge Colson. The message stated the attend- ding physicians gave but little encouragement for the sick woman who underwent a severe operation three days ago. Mrs. Colson is a daughter of the late Mrs. Susan Taylor of Tipton and^anpther sister, Mrs. Flo White resides here. They are all daughters of the late George Taylor, a civil war veteran. Rent Pasture Land. The commissioners have made arrangements for renting the land of the Fairview cemetery association, formerly known as the C. E. Hall estate. This land was purchased by the cemetery board for use for cemetery purposes later. The county will pay $180 per season for the land for pasture purposes there being about 36 acres in the tract. Maxine Quakenbush and Estel Kelley left Monday morning for the Junion 1 Leaders Camp, east of Indianapolis to spend a few days. Practice has begun at the Liberty Baptist church for the Children's Day exercises to be given the 3rd Sunday in June. The committee are Mrs. Edith Adler, Edna Jackson, Maxine Lineback, Kathleen Foutch and Maxine Quakenbush. A birthday dinner was eri- joyed Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Duncan, in honor of the 37th birthday of an aunt Mrs. Lizzie Carr of Kokorao. Mrs. Frona LaGarde and children, and Leland Reel spent Sunday evening with L. M. Kimball and family of Noblesville. Armel Higgins and family, and Mrs. Stella Ramseyer attended a birthday dinner, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ramseyer near West Middleton, in' honor of their daughter Helen's llth birthday. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Smith and Mel Seward of Sharpsville and Walter Hughes and family. Ice cream and cake was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Hook of Agustus, Mich., Mrs. Nettie Smith of Alma, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Davis of Kalamazoo, Mich., were Saturday evening guests of Buel Nash and family. Mr. and Mrs. Davis remained all night. Carl Edwards and family of Kokomo, Mr. and Mrs. Gar Edwards of Sharpsville were Sunday dinner guests of Ralph Parks and family. Ivan' Rayl and family of Kokomo were Sunday guests of Emory Rayl and family. Mrs. Edith Moulder of Prairie, Mr. and Mrs. George Yeagy and son George Henry, and Chas. Snow of Kokomo, were Sunday dinner guests of Emory Yeagy and family. Vern 1 Maggart and family of Kokomo were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Bickel. Edrite Parks and family of Delphi were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Orr of Walton spent Wednesday night and Thursday at the Parks home. Mrs. Olive Richards and son Donald Lee of Kokomo, Mrs. Clara Love and children spent Wednesday with Armel Higgins and family. John Stewart and family spent Sunday with Mrs. Ida Maggart and children near Summitville. Mrs. Maggart has been ill with pneumonia is recovering and able to sit up a short time. Word was received from Press Ramseyer who has spent a few weeks at Martinsvllle, taking the baths, that he would return home Monday. Murrell Higgins and son Donald Gale of Kokomo, spent Saturday with Mrs. Luella Higgins and children. Mary Ann Higgins returned home with the former to spend the week. Walter Brlngle and family of Ashley, Ohio, returned home Sunday after spending a few days in this community. '- Given Contract. The Bargain Grocery o.t Tipton has been awarded the contract for furnishing the supplies for the county ^farjn iqr^the next three Hobbs of Wabash and Max and Janet Kaufman of Alexandria. . Miss ^Catherine Jung of Tipton spent Wednesday and Thursday with her brother Herman Jung and wife of Hobbs. Mr. aind Mrs. 0. E. Terwilliger and family and Mrs. Burton of Fairmount were Monday guests of MrsJ Flora Terwilliger north of Hobbs. . Allan- Means of Chicago spent Wednesday and Thursday in Hobbs with Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hobbs and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Riley and family ,of Alexandria and Edgar Clark of. Indianapolis were Thurs- day'guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Riley. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ray of Indianapolis and Mr. and Mrs. D"oran jTerwilliger of Windfall were Sunday guests of Mrs. Flora Terwilliger and .family north of Hobbs. Mr. imd Mrs. Frank Ackels of Hobbs 'spent Thursday at Union City with friends. Mrs.' Jack Monroe of Indianapolis is spending the week in Hobbs .visiting friends. Jack; Wright returned to the liome of his aunt Mr. and Mr&. Frank jAckels of Hobbs. Mr. Wright has been in school at the State University at Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Darst and Mrs. Scott Francis of South Bend spent the week in Hobbs with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Dennis and son of) Lima, O., spent the week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Beach east of Hobbs. Mrs.: Cleve Davis and family of Kokomo spent the week with her HOBBS. Mr. -and Mrs. J. E. Barnes of Hobbs spent the first of the week with their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alta of Elwood. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown of Indianapolis were, Sunday evening guests of John Zlttlriger and family. Paul Monroe, Jr., of Hobbs is spending the week with his fath- Bee Hobbs £ spftnt 'the lit Ajezandrlft with , - ::A guests, iMr. and Mrs. Robert helser of Boxley. Mrs. Charley parents Mr. and Barnes of Hobbs. s Miss Ova Brodgon of Alexandria spent the week end with her mother Mrs. Cora Brodgon of Hobbs.; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Aus- pauch ;and family of Fort Wayne spent the week with the latter's grandmother Mrs. Malinda Pulius north of Hobbs. Mr. ;and Mrs. H. H. Terwilligcr and family were Wednesday evening guests of C. E. Hobbs and familyi of Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Holiday and family north of Hobbs entertained as Thursday dinner guests Mrs. John : Stafford and daughters' Clara and Alice of Tipton, Rebecca Holiday of Alexandria, Bowers of Muncie and Lady of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Terwilliger and son Dickie of .Indianapolis spent Saturday .and Sunday with Mrs. Flora Terwilliger north of Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Castor and family and John Hobbs of Alexandria spent Sunday with C E. Hobbs and family. Mrs. Cleve Davis and family of Kokomo and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barnes and son Danny of Tipton were Sunday guests of Charles Barnes, and family of Hobbs. Miss Iva Nightenhelser Hobbs is spending the week of at Westfield with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Nightenhelser and daughter Mary. Misses Bonnie and Crisella Suits of Tipton spent the week end in Hobbs with their grandparents Mr. ajid Mrs. J. E. Barnes Miss Ellen Nightenhelser of Hobbs is spending, the week with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs Marmon Nightenhelser of Boxley Mr. and Mrs. Henry Helgerson and daughter Heneritta of Tipton were Sunday guests of Mrs. L. J Hobbs north of Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Olsen and family of Chicago are spending the week with the latter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walser south of Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Hobbs and son Dpj-ie near Hobbs, Miss Garnet Foust of Frankton were Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Castor of Hobbs. Mrs. Sarah Legg of North Ver non and Mrs. Kathertt Wilkerson of Tipton and Mr. and Mrs. John Ramey of Elwood were Sundaj dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Ed Cole of Hobbs. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wright ol Indianapolis were Sunday dinner guests' of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ackels. Mrs. Canvas Hawkins of Indianapolis returned to her home after spending the week with J K. Jordan and family near Hobbs Ed Whisler and daughter Alph and Nannette Heflin of Hobbs and Roy Whisler and son Richard eas of Hobbs were Thursday/guests of Mr. and Mrs. Veral Clary o Cutrisville. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hobbs o Hobbs spent Sunday at Frankfort with their son Robert Hobbs and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wilkins and family of Anderson were Saturday Oris ni E ht and Sunday guests of Ed Arthur Whisler and daughter Alpha. Ola Margaret Hobbs was also Sunday Dr. 'and Mrs. Van Trumph and guest, daughter Jean and Lester Gam- Mrs. Sarah Legg of North Verble ofj Niagara Falls spent the "on is spending a few weeks in week tn Hobbs with her parents Hobbs with her son Clina Legg Mr. and Mrs.~T. P. Downing of land her daughter Mrs. Ed Cole Hobbsl Mr. land Mrs. Henry Helgerson and daughter Heueritta of Tipton spent JThursday with her mother, Mrs. Lj. J. Hobbs north of Hobbs. MrsJ Omer Darrow and Mrs. Louis Riffe of New Lancaster and Mrs. ^llett Ressler of Elwood were Thursday afternoon guests .of Mrs 1 . Thula Delong of Hobbs. Mr.! and Mrs. Ralph Warner, Mrs. Inez Hobbs, Mrs. Elizabeth Castor! of Hobbs were at Decatur, Ind., Thursday visiting with Mrs. Martha Harding. Mr. jand Mrs. A. J. Butz and family jot Hobbs were visiting with fijiends in 1 Elwood Sunday. Mlssj Blanche Shockneyj and Kenneth Posey of Windfall were Sundaji guests of Jim Lewellen and family of Hobbs. Barbara Rlley of Alexan- spending this weekj with Miss d r |a 4 . ,._ , her grandparents Mr. and; Mrs. Henry Klley of Hobbs. ; "•-•-'--j Evans of; Tipton spent end with hls-gjaijdpar- -"-^Mjrs. George Hartley east of Mr.. helser $9"! Hot Mr*. Boyee Nlghten- ind famfor.oJ HoW» of Hobbs. Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Davison and family were at Aroma Sunday visiting with Mr. and Mrs Howard Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alte of Elwood spent Sunday in Hobbs with J. E. Barnes and family. - The quarterly conference of the M. E. church of Hobbs will meet at the Aroma church Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Loreh Collins and family of Elwood were Sunday guests of Mr, and Mrs. Dave Stafford west of Hobbs. Mr. an'd Mrs. Bethel Smith and family of Elwood were Sunday dinner guests of Joe Smith and family of Hobbs. Miss Juanita Warner of Elwood is visiting with -her brother Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Warner west of Hobbs. Mrs. Jack Monroe* of Indianapolis spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Chris jiarter of Hobbs. | Mr. 1 and, Mri. Clint' Legg .arjri gqestp^f Joe Le'gg and family pt near Fr^nkton, * j , Mr. .and Mrs. Albert, farinJ my, No Mrs. Marie Johnson was at the Rlley hospital at Indianapolis Saturday to see her little son Bobbie Johnson who remains in a very critical condition with lung troubje. The child does not make any improvement. Mr. and Mrs. Fred , Meyncke and MJ. and Mrs. John Meyncka spent Sunday at Indianapolis with an aunt Mrs. Mary Gimble. The latter sustained very painful injuries to her teet When she Accidentally spilled boiling coffee on them badly scalding them.' iMr. and .Mrs. Glen Houston of Indianapolis came Friday and remained until Sunday the guests of the former's parents Mr. and Mrs'. Jake Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Burl Graham and two daughters of Cincinnati visited Friday with James Graham. Mr. and Mrs. John Brineshults of Cedarville, New Jersey who had spent the past few weeks with their daughter Mrs. June Mitchell and family left Thursday for their home. Mr. Mitchell accompanied them home. The Brineshults were very favorably impressed wfth Indiana. Mr. Brineshults is engaged in the oyster business. Louise and Rebecca Meyncke spent Sunday with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mefford. Mrs. Mollie Wyrick and husband of South Bend were ^he week end guests of Mr. and -Mrs. Culver Prcesaug. Dr. and Mrs. De Zoette and son of Kokomo were also Thursday guests in the Prce- sang home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Binkley^of Tipton were calling on Mr. and Mrs. John DeWitt Sunday. Mrs. Era Coutz and Mrs. Charles -Murphy of Indianapolis came Thursday and spent the remainder of the week with Will Baker. • 'Mr. and Mrs. William Gran and daughter, Mrs. Joe Plummer of Kokomo and Miss Jessica Dennis were entertained at 6 o'clock dinner Sunday at the Will Baker home. Mr. and Mrs. George Parrish and daughter Marie entertained at Sunday dinner Mrs. Sterling Shank and son Junior, 'Mrs. Claude Parrish and son Larry of Marion, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Parrish and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Parrish and daughter Dixie Sue of Marion were also guests at the Parrish home. Miss Josephine Frost of Salvisa. Ky., came Sunday to visit her brother Rev. J. T. Frost and wife for a few days. Other Sunday guests at the Frost home were Mr. and iMrs. Orlando Meredith of-Burkett and John Meredith of North Manchester. Miss Aremetha McKay remains quite ill at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. James McKay near Hemlock. She is suffering with ulcers of the stomach. 'Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clem resid.- ing 3 miles east of Windfall celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday by entertaining a number of their friends. Those present for the bountiful dinner were" Theodore and Charles Ennis of Martlnsville, Floyd McGeorge of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Clem and Mrs. Jennie Mt- Clish of Windfall. Afternoon guests vfere Marjorie Tolle, Virginia Butler, Josephine Bogue, Glen Bogue, George Fennel, John, Glen and Alma Ryan, 'Russell Springer of Strawtown, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Gregg, Russell Elmpre and son Howard and Verl and Alberta Fore of Elwood. !_ Mrs. Lou Todd who has spent the past six months in California with her brother George Johnson near Fresno and with her sister, Mrs.' Emma Bradburn at Sanger, California, returned home Sunday. The sister accompanied her home for an extended visit. The husband is M. C. Bradburn who has a vineyard. Before going i to California they resided In Hamilton county. Mrs. Todd and her sjpter visited at the home of Mr. and,.Mrs. A. D. Jones before going to the country home of the |otmer j .8qnthjj'of^ Windfall. ( { n,, * Satnjfdfr'^t vh^i^j noo'^i ;t^e m»rri)|g$pf Mljk-»ftsH9 Milter an* John Callafcan'oottt! ofJWiUl- ' l ft the Ame Johnson. 5?oUow|ni an elaborate dina ~ the bridal party, (Mr, Roy Johnson, Rev. Mr. and Mrs.; Ji Frank Miller. T.he jnewlyweds- reside on the Jesse: Henry Their many friends | join In wishing them a happy |married life, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cro^cl* were the guests qf honor a"t , a| ' prettily appointed! miscellanequa , shower given by SJIr. j and Mjrs.f Guy Crouch at tbejii? home sonth-1 east of Windfall jWednesday £T-i ening. Approximately one hundred present for the happy occasion. The guests | of 'honor were the recipients of a! nice array iof beautiful and usefiil| gifts, for which they were vfery grafeful.i A musical program |was presented^ by Mrs. Crouch and' her . sister Miss Martha Ellen; Maxfield singing a group oE vjocai numbers and playing their own accompajni- ment on the guitat-. Mrs. Crouch is a talented soloist; and formerisj broadcasted regularly j over station WHBU at Andersojij jiarold PickJ ett of Union City ajlsc( entertained] with several vocal ; numbers. Cpli-j eluding the delightful! evening the; h*t and hostess stjryed ice creamj and cake to the gjuejits. Mr. andj Mrs. Crouch exteridejl an in.vita--j tion to all their fjrlejnds to'' viait, them when they gp to housekeep-j ing on the Ed ^leyncke fa,rmi southeast of Windfall. A quiet but pretty wedd,ingj took place Saturday 'evening ''all. the Methodist parsonage in Cpldjj smith when Miss iQllene DeWiM of Windfall becam'e; |the brfd& o|l Restine Scott son ; of Mrs. Berjj Scott of Kirklin with the Rev. J;j A. Land reading itjip impressive single ring ceremony. Following the ceremony dinner, was served by Mrs. Land aftierj which ^rj and .Mrs. Scott, left 'on a shorjl wedding trip. Upon j their returf they will be at home to their friends at the MrsJ Bert Scoti home near Kirklijn i where th* bridegroom is engaged in farmr ing. Both are moift estimabUf young people. Mrs. j Scott graduated with the isjj class of th# Windfall high sclioql and Mrj. Scott graduated yitih the 193:1 class. h| . : ! I See the New Leonard Electric Refrigerators H. J. SCHRAJDER & CO. 110-118 Sonth Main St. LEATHERMAN FUNERAt HOME Ambulance Service ; i ii ;[ Furnace Coils; Waste Fuel Replace Your Coil With i a Self Action. ' , \[ GAS WATER HEATER Public Service Co. of BREAD— ' . 1%-Ib. loaf , r .. KROGER GROCERY ft BAKING CO. Comforts, Blankjets, SMITSON'S & DRY CI Phone 120 See— YOUNG & Suits andh B*m »-•

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