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

Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, June 5, 1935
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SNOODLES - VNHO VyANTSA V Be BUMMED To J y **^ SOT A OL' LIONS WIST3800M KAtvI/V is/NT AN- we off SSBS INDIANA KOADHOUSES. ciety will hold its regular meet ing TBTursday afternoon at TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE OR TRADE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—4 tires and tubes, size 4.50x20; also good oak davenport, cheap. Phone 19X2. p-211 FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Seed potatoes. Mrs. Peter Henry. p-211 FOU SALE—Tomato plants.' Ed Hurter, Ash. p-212 FOR SALE—Tomato plants. 301 .Maple. p-212 FOR SALE OR TRADE—Driving mare. Henry Tebbc. p-209 WANTED WANTED — Housework or restaurant work. Phone 4101. c-215 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 FOR SALE—Fresh Jersey cow. H. O. Andrews. Atlanta, p-211 WANTED — Salesman, 30 to 35 years of age, married, must have car, come well recommended; work will be in Tipton; a pood opportunity for live wire; prefer man who is now employed; write P. O. Box 1023, Anderson. Ind. p-211 FOR SALE—Tomato plants. Elmer Lotsinger. c-212 FOR SALE—75.000 Greater Baltimore tomato plants. Phono 20X2. p-215 FOR SALE—Good 2-row cultivator. Joe AKIieiT. Phone IXt'. p-212 KOI!. SALK—York Imperial potatoes; for set'd, i;uc bushel; eat- inu'. Tide. W. II. Miles, Phone l!Xu. c-212 FOR SALE—Fries, 3 to 4 Ibs.; fourth house cast from park. Phone- los. 1'aul Guilkcy. ' c-212 FOR SALE—Tomato plants. Ezr-j Smith S32 North Independence. P-211 FOR RENT FOR RENT—House and 2 acres. Mrs. Maude Powell. p-211 FOR RENT — Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 236 S. West St. Phone 4241. c-213 FOR RENT — Furnished 2-room apartment, centrally located. Mcudeuhall's Studio. c-tf FOR RENT — Modern heated rooms as low as $3 per week Miller Hotel. Tribune BIdg. t: Fry Says Those Outside Marion County Must Be Dry. (By United Press). . Indianapolis, June 5.—Enforcement of the 1935 law prohibiting radhouses was ordered today by Paul P. Fry, slate excise administrator, as he prepared to defend the state in Marion county circuit court. Hearing was scheduled in the circuit court on a temporary restraining order issued last week against Fry and other state enforcement officers to prevent closing of Marion county roadhouses and delivery of beer to such establishments. The suit was filed by Samuel Johnson and Marie Strieker, proprietors of a roadhouse at the southeastern edge of Indianapolis, and was sponsored by the Tavern Protective Association, representing operators throughout the state. It attacked constitutionality of the 1935 liquor act with the contention that members of the State Alcoholic Beverages 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 FOR SALE — SupSt clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 55. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf FOR SALE — Registered Shorthorn male, yearling. Oscar Manlove. Tipton. Phone Ekin. p-213 LOST AND FOUND. LOST—Lady's blue leather purse at Normanda church or cemetery. Mrs. Charles Tyner, Phone Goldsmith. c-211 FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the cheapest for farmer or poultryman; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf FDR SALE—Manchu soy beans, lire dried, ^ood germination. Phone Goldsmith. Churchille linrr. p-210 FOR SALE — 6-ycar-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. Bulz Implement Store. Phone 33XS. ' c-tf MISCELLANEOUS Board were given an unlawful delegation of power. Fry warned beer wholesalers that the Marion county court order effects only beer deliveries to unlicensed dealers in Marion county and that the law would be enforced strictly in the remaining 91 counties. STATE BELIEF WORK. Indiana Will Be Able . to Tnke 80,000 From Direct Belief. WASHING MACHINES, RADIOS —Call at 302 Poplar for demonstration of American Beauty washers, S32.50 and up; also RCA radios, 529.95 up. Allen . Bangle. p-212 MONEY TO LOAN SEE US for new plan of farm loans; 5, 10, 15 and 20-year payment pl^.n; low • interest rate. Fielding i Fielding, c-tf (By United Press). Indianapolis, • June 5.—Absorption of approximately 80,000 persons from direct relief rolls to work relief under the new ?100,000,000 program will begin about July 1, Wayne Coy, state works relief director, said today. Coy returned unexpectedly today from Washington and called a meeting of various department heads in the governor's commission on unemployment relief to explain the setup to them. He said he will return to An interesting program was prepared by the committee, Mrs. Lewis Carroll and Veradean Beamer and given at the Normanda children's exercises Sunday evening at the church. The program included songs, recitations, drills and a playlet. Lois Jean and Betty Joe Phifer daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Phifer returned to their home here Sunday after spending several days at Sharpsville, the guest of their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Alex Carter. Mr. and Mrs; Will Campbell who for the past\two weeks have been at the home\ of their son, Mr. and Mrs. Clurjtf" Campbell north of Normanda returned to their home here the latter part of the week. Mr. Campbell who has been quite ill with a nervous trouble is much improved and able to be out. Harry Canine of Chicago was the Sunday guest of his mother Mrs. Martha Fishback. Hazel Cole of Anderson spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Cole being called here by the illness of her brother Lloyd, who is a patient at the Good Samaritan hospital at Kokomo following an operation for appendicitis Friday afternoon. Tom Hinkle and sons George Franklin and Billie of South Bend are guests of the former's mother Mrs. Martha Hinkle. Mrs. Ruth Stedman and children "Monell and Billie of Kansas City, Mo., came Saturday to visit the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. the home iof Mrs. Harry Smith eas of Normanda. All members an urged : to be present. PRAIRIE NOTES. W.-R. Campbell. Rev. J. A. Land and family had as their Thursday evening guests, Prof. M. A. Copeland and daughter Loranell of Frankton. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Carl Childs of Yorktown, parents of Mrs. Land, were dinner guests at the parsonage. The Prairie 4-H Food Prepara tion ciub entertained the Sharps ville Food Preparation club, Fri day evening at the Prairie schoo building. There were seven mem bers present and Miss Achenbach and Miss Shields. The program was as follows: Song, led by Hel en Jackson; business session, Es ther jDoenges; demonstration "How i to Set a Table"; and £ poem, i "About the Prairie Club,' composed by Maxine Quaken bush. The Sharpsville club invitee Sharpsville cheese factory, Tues day June 11. Games and contests were enjoyed 1 . A contest was won by Betty Lindley. A treasure hunt with i Maxine Quakenbush as captain, ended at Tudor's store with refreshments. A large number of relatives and friends attended the funeral serviceji of Ermal Henry, who was killed in an auto accident near Royerton, Thursday morning. The accident was a severe blow to relatives and friends and cast a gloom over the community. Rev. M. E. Sparger had chrage of the services. Several from Ball State College were present. The class of '32, of the Prairie high school iof which he was a mem- Washington June 12 to complete arrangements for the program. JU.Nli ilATCUKS — Each . rues. Large typo White i U-ghorns jc.95 per 100; 1*6.,., in 5(10 lots: $6.50 in T.'i lots. Heavys J7.45 per *: $7.25 In 500 lots; $7 in 1,000 Ii,is. Light Hrahamas navy Mixed J7. AM Ic per chick extra whrtr lots of 50 arc shlp- ]ie<l; 2i- when S",. mirks started •>. anil :: whs. as special orders. Order in «nvanrt: for .late, hrved anil number JtaiM; summer chicks—they will mean real profit Inr tablu use this fall Jli.nsi.-r Hatehery. Michigan town, Jnd. MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE XEW AXD USED WASHERS I'.sod Gas Engine For Demonstration Call 8<l SERVICE MOTOR CO. .For Examination. .Mrs. Frank Ilhoades, former Tipton resiednt. who with her family has been residing on what is known as the Wiggins farm for the past several years, entered the offices of a local physician Wednesday for observation and examination. Mrs. Rhoades has not been in good health for several months and her exact trouble has not been located. THE DAILY WHEEZE For Sale or Tr Model AAlFord Truck GMC Truck Red Truck Indiana 'Truck 1931AA Ford Truck/dual wheels These trucks are all equipped, with cabs and tAL *M "We were slowly starving to death." said the great explorer at the boarding house table, "but wp cut up our boots and made soup of them." j"Sh-h-h-h! Not so loud," exclaimed a" fellow boarder. "The landlady might hear you." ' We could never see why the Filipinos would want freedpm, wyen they see what poor uge we Americans hare made of ours. WINDFALL. Mr. and Mrs. Merl Seely entertained at a delightful dinner party Sunday, honoring the birthday anniversaries of Mr. Seely's sisters, Marie and Nancy Margaret Seely. Covers were laid lor Mrs. Nancy Seely, Fred Seely, son Hubert, Mrs. Zella Sovern and husband, Louise Bogue, Carol Brown and Clarence Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Knotts went to Anderson Sunday and spent the day with their son Floyo, Knotts and family. Sonic Pretty Flowers. The Tribune acknowledges with thanks a nice bouquet presented Wednesday by the Tauer Greenhouse on West Jackson street. The bouquet is of varl-colored sweet peas a~nd they are beautiful, being' extra large and of pretty colors. Mr. and Mrs. Glae Foster of the Hopewell community entertained Sunday at dinner Mr. and Mrs. Sam McLelan and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moon of Kokomo. Harry Patterson and family and Earl Foster and family. The committee serving at Hopewell for the children's day exercises to be held Sunday evening, June 9th, .is as follows: Mrs. Earl Foster, Mrs. G. G. Smith. Mrs. Earl Vanbiber, Mrs. Albert Michel and Mrs. 'Oren Foster. Mary Elizabeth Smith and Mrs. Iluth Patterson will preside at the piano. Mrs. Lillie Nelson of Newcastle is visiting with her brother Philip Hinkle and family in the Tetersburg community. Mrs. Nellie Tyner, probation officer attended a district meeting at Plainfield Wednesday. She was accompanied by her daughter Jane, Mrs. Hester Hinkle and William Vandevender. Rev. Swanson and family of ber, carried the many beautiful flowers! Mrs. Oral Duckworth and their triplets of Lansing, Mich., spent the week end with his patents Ed. Duckworth and family ^of near Groomsville. Rev. Duckworth returned to his home where he has pastorial work. Mrs. Duckworth and triplets who are 19 months old will visit indefinitely, j Mrs. Anna Saltcrs of Tipton, is visiting! her sister Mrs. J. B. Rayl. Mr. Rayl who was operated a week ago, for appendicitis at the Good Samaritan hospital Is recovering nicely. J. HJ Waller who has been quite ill with cold complications, is slowly improving, and able to be up and around. Mrs. Delta Glenn and daughter Esther, | and sons Eugene anc Russell of near Rossville wer Thursday night guests of Ande: son Collier and family. Stunt Contest at Windfall Tuesday T evening. The Hughes Twins sang a special song. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Ramsey, and Maurice Ramsey of Detroit, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hagadon, of Imlay City, Mich., returned home Saturday having visited with their father Sam Ramsey since Memorial Day. Mrs. Maurice Ramsey and baby, returned to Detroit, with her husband. -, •« $ For Sale: John Mundell three acres; 7-room house; good outbuildings; or trade for Atlanta property. L. W. Fuller. c-210 Sunday guests o( S. S. Walton and family were Leonard Kriser and .family of Indianapolis, Dave Jenkins of Arcadia and Richard Walton, who was employed in the chemical department of the paper mill at that place. He went on to Chicago being transferred there as salesman. Mrs. Sarah Leonard and Mrs. Winnie Wibel entertained at a birthday dinner Sunday in honor of five persons, Milton and Mer-, rell Hughes, twins of Dr. and! Mrs. O. A. Hughes who celebrated their llth anniversary, also the llth birthday of Jay Long and the birthday of Will Jennings. A bountiful dinner was served at the noon hour. Mrs. Pearl Long furnished the birthday cake. Guy Bauchart and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Bauchart at Joleyetville. • Hershel Winton who has been attending college at -Evanston, II- inois, returned home for his va- Sheridan, all having been married on June 2nd in different years, Mccarty's the 13th, Eh mans the 10th and Leonards the 9th. A sister of Mrs; Ehman, Miss Verna Hunter baked the fine ange food cake for the occasion. In the afternoon Mrs.. Anna Atkinson of Lapel called on Mrs. Leonard at the Ehman home and was toll the reason of the fathering and a strange coincident, she had also been married on June 2nd. A very enjoyable, day -was had by alL Mrs. Lois Eiler and threi daughters of Lawrence, visitei Wednesday and Thursday . 'will Mr. and Mrs. George Stokes. Mrs Merritt Small and Mrs. Alice Farley. 'She will visit with Mr. anc Mrs. Will Eiler netar Tipton before returning home. Max Steckle returned home Sunday evening having* visited since Wednesday with an aunt, Mrs Ella Wise at Baldwin, Kansas Mrs. Wise is the only living sister of his father. She is in her eighties and Mr. Steckle enjoyec •the visit with her. Jane Kizer of Lapel spent las week with Mary Elizabeth Swing who accompanied her as far as her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs A. G. Kauffman southeast of Noblesville Monday where she spent the day, returning home in the evening. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs, Catherine Walton and son Edgar were William Rollinson and Free Clark of Pittsburgh, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. Don Cooper of Kokomo. Mr. Rollinson andjMr. Clark are working under Mr. Cooper for the Hoover Sweeper company. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Fouch, Raymond Fouch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fouch spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Love at Marion. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Swing of Anderson, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Swing. Xotice of Sheriff's Sale of Real Estate on Decree. ATLANTA. Tonsil* Removed. Darrell Johnson underwent an operation for removal of tonsils Wednesday morning in .Tipton, and is reported to be getting along nlcjejy. NqUce. Cicero were the Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy -Huffer east of Goldsmith. Alfred Campbell and family were present at a simple but impressive wedding ceremony performed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth Shockle'y south of Frankfort Saturday, evening at 8:30 when the letter's daughter, Mary Belle, became the bride of •Melvln Barnett. The single ring ceremony was read by the bride's brother Rev. Frank Shockley of Frankfort. The bride was lovely in a pink silk gown with arces- sories to match. The ceremony was perlfrmed'in the presence of the immediate families of the couple and Mr. Campbell and family. After the wedding Ice cream cake were, served., They, will "—' '" ' rr ^Mvtato ith s fttfeh* .Methodist Episcopal Church. (Rev. Harold M. Thrasher, Min. Unifieji church service 9:30— 11:00 a. m. Worship and Com munion;! 9:30, chilaren's sermo "The Christian Flag." Commun ion Meditation—"The Kingdom Within"j baptismal service. Th Junior Epworth League (Mrs Emma Davis, Supt.) will remain with the rest for the Communion Service, j Church School Classes—10:30 11:00. Max A. Steckel, Supt. Epworth League—6:45 p. m Topic: '[Our-Part in Making a Good Hope" led by John Clark. Evening Service—7:30, anthem by the choir. Sermon by the minister, "MJan's Invocation.' Mid-week" service each Thursday at 7:!so p. m. We got off to a fine start In Our Uniefld Service last Sunday mbrn : ing in spjte of the rain. Let u*ali be on hand promptly at 9.:30 next Sunday morning and bring others with us. Young People! Attend the District Convention of the Epwqrth League at Greentown next Monday and Fueaday. sins, Bey. D.; Kendall, who cou- and }fA. H.M. Thruh-; er, returreji tp ijer wi>rk at Maf :ation' Sunday evening and will pend it with his parents, Mr. and rlrs. James Winton. Mrs. Louise Rushton returned lome Sunday having spent the iast few weeks with her son, Arhur Rushton and family at Indi- napolis. Theodore Nichols and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rittac and Charlotte Stafford of Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. Walter Stafford and family of Robinson, 111., visited from Memorial Day over the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stafford. Charlotte Stafford who had spent the winter with her sister, Mrs. Nichols remained at home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolfinger of Indianapolis spent Memorial Day with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Baden. . • Frank Stitt, Jr., and family vis- Notice is hereby given that by virtue and authority of a certified copy of a decree to me directed by the Clerk of the Tipton Circuit Court in a cause wherein The Union Central Life Insurance Company, an Ohio corporation, is plaintiff, and Arthur A. Samuels and Carrie E. Samuels, et al, are defendants, being .cause No. 2529, in said court, requiring me to make the sum of $7,579.26 with interest, costs and accruing costs as set out in said decree, I will expose at public sale to the highest bidder on Saturday, the 6th day of July, 1935," between the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m., at the north door of the court house in the City of Tipton, County of Tipton, State of Indiana, the rents and profits, year by year, for a period not exceeding seven years, of the following described real estate in Tinton County, Indiana, towit: Notice of Notice la hereby jglyen ttite m. undersigned has been appoiri at, by the judge of ! the Circuit Co lit, 1 of Tipton County, Slate of India at,', administratrix qf the eatat^ Glen Edward Holllday, late ot ton County, deceased. Said tate is supposed to be solvent MARY May 28, 1935. i C. W. MOUNT, 3. IHOLUQA.Y . Adminlstratr*- • ! Attorney. 204-10-16-JS2 i *rr ' I Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Efc. ' In the matter !of the estate._. Mary J. Yonng,: deceased, jln. the Tipton Circuit Count, Anril Term, 1935. i ' '' '\' "' Notice is hereby given : tttat Noah R. Lebo, as administratofcjof the estate :of Mary J. Yonng, deceased, has presented andjftied his account and:vouchers in!final settlement of said estate, andj that the same will come up for examination and action of said Circuit Court on the 20th day of Jane. 1935, at which time all heirs'"creditors or legatees of said estate are required to > appear, , JB said Court and show" cause, if j apy 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, 1935. :< RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, (Seal) 204-10-16-22 Clerk Tipton: i Circuit Court. Notice to Heirs, Creditors, In the matter of the estate of Mary E. Gredn, deceased. In the Tipton Circuit Court, April Term, 1935. ; : i Notice is hereby given ithat Farmers Loan and Trust Company as executor of the' j estate of Mary E. Green, deceased, has presented and filed theirj account 'and vouchers in final settlement of said -estate, and ithit- Lhe same will come up for examination and action of said Circuit ourt, on the 20th day of Junk 1935, at which time all heirp, creditors or legatees of said estate are required to appear in paid Court and show cause, if ;any here be, why said account anid vouchers should :not be approved. Witness, the clerk and seal of said Tipton Circuit Court, at Tipton, Indiana, this 29th day; of May, 1935. RAYMOND W. SIMPSON, ' ' (Seal) jCIerk Tipton : 204-10-16-22. .' Circuit Court. •»«» ! Ring memo note bookg, DeLuxe grade. The Tribune Press. tjf See the New Leonard Electric Refrigerators H. J. SCHRADER & CO. 110-118 South Main St. The south half northeast quarter (,% ) of the ) of section ited from Thursday until Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Gertsuer at Cincinnati, O. Marjory Stilt stayed over with her aunt, Mrs. Gertsner for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knause visited Sunday afternoon, with Rose and Martha Knause at Arcadia. Rose Knause who has been quite ill Was some improved. Wednesday and Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John' Bozell were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beatty, Jeanette Hutchins and Russell Bozell of Kokomo. Harry Reynolds and family of Sharpsville visited over the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds. Mrs. Reynolds, Jr., and children remained over lor a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Howard • Spidel were Sunday dinner guests of. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Harrison at Mcero. Other guests were Mrs. Catherine Allen and son of Hom- rwood, Illinois, Billy Allen ac- ompanled Mr. and Mrs. Spidel ome lor a visit. Mrs. Pearl Long entertained at birthday party Monday after- oon complimentary to their son, ay Long's llth birthday annl- ersary. Mrs. Harold Thrasher ass. Games • were sated*and JcVtWwere garred »*- '-ifi^Vi " ' w . _. * * ' if rait twenty-seven (27) township twenty-one (21) 'north, range three (3) east, except, commencing at the southeast corner of the northeast quarter ( % ) of said section twenty (27), thence north seventeen and one-half (17%) rods, thence west eighty (80) rods, thence south seventeen and one- half (17%) rods, thence east eighty (80) rods, to the place of beginning, leaving seventy-one and one-fourth acres (71%) acres, more or les_s. If such rents and profits will not sell for a'sum sufficient to pay and satisfy said decree, interest, costs and accruing costs, I will at the same time and place, expose at public sale the -fee simple of said real estate or so much thereof as may be necessary to discharge said decree, interest, costs and accruing costs. Said sale will be ma'de without relief from valuation or appraisement laws and by virtue of a foreclosure of mortgage on said described real estate. Dated June 5. 1935. REUBEN A. CARDWELL, Sheriff of Tipton County GIFFORD, GIFFORD & APPLETON, Attorneys for Plaintiff. c-210-16-22-28 Xotice of Administrator's Sale of Real Estate. Notice is hereby given that-'the undersigned administrator of the estate of .Nannie E. Jackson, -deceased, will by order of the Tipton Circuit Court, sell at private sale for not less than the full ap- LEATHERMAN FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Furnace Coilai Waste Replace Tour Coil Wltb . a Self Action : GAS WATER HEATER Public Service Co. of Ind. BREAD— i A 1%-lb. loaf ..J....3PC KROGER GROCERY & BAKING CO. praised value thereof, on Saturday. July eth, 1935, at the law office of C. W. Mount, in Tiptori, Indiana, the following described real estate to-wit: Twenty-five (26) acres-off of the whole south end of the east half ( H ) oB the . northwest quarter ( ?4 ) of -section 19, township 32 north, range 3 east, 'in Tipton * ' County. Indiana. ind thi paafc "le TjynfctfjjpM Id sale ffifcej YOUNG Suits and 106 East J< LINKBA

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