The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on June 14, 1935 · Page 7
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 7

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, June 14, 1935
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FOB SALE OB TRADE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE —• Work horse. Ray Quellhorst. ' c - 219 FOR SALE—120-acre farm, 10 miles south of Huntington, Ind., 6 miles o£ Warren; good level land; good buildings. 0. N. Lefler, administrator, Route 1, Warren, Iiid. Majenica Phone. p-218 FOR SALE—30,000 native Baltimore tomato plants ready for setter or resetting at a very reasonable price. R. C. Constantine, Ekin. . o 220 FOB SALE mTy PERSONAL PBOPEBTY FOR SALE — 4-year-old Jersey cow with heifer calf; 21 ewes. John R. Nash. c-222 FOR SALE—C-melody Hal Bridge. saxaphone. c-tf FOR SALE—Dunfield soy beans. Phone Sharpsville. Russel Salsbery. P" 219 FOR SALE — 3-piece overstuffed suite, $50.00. Mrs. Floyd Ramsay. FOR SALE—Arsenate of lead for bugs, 17c Ib-i at Rexall Drug Store. c ' t£ FOR SALE—Royal portable typewriter, in excellent condition; prico $25. Tribune Press. 210 FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks proven the. cheapest for farmer or poultryman; a few startec chicks. Tipton Hatnhery. c-tf SALE—Good used ice boxca all sizes, 50 to 150 Ibs. Phow 2iJ7. H. J. Schrader & Co. c-219 * Sunday Seiviees * FOR SALE — Aster plants, snap dragons, crlendulas and ageratum, big .and stocky; 'rock plants, pinks and many other perennials in bloom; don't fail to see them. Blanche Illges. p-219 JDNE HATCHES — Each Tues. Large type TV lute r,eKhorns $6.95 l>er 100; $6.75 in 500 lots; $6..->0 in 1.000 lots. Reavys *«.•!» per 100- $7.25 in 500 lots; J7 in 1,000 lots. LiRlit Brahiimas Heavy Mixed $7. Add Ic per summer chU-Us-thcy l* summer - iirolit for table use tins i.uj. Hosier Hatchery, Mlchlgantown. Ind. FOB BENT FOR RENT — Modern heated rooms as 'W as J3 per week Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. t* Pilgrim Holiness Church. (0. W. Barnes, pastor.) Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Morning worship at 10:30 a. m. Young Peoples meeting at 6:30 m. ' . ' . ' . i Evening worship at 7:30 p. m. Thursday evening prayer meeting at 7:30 P. m. St. John's Catnolic Crnrch. (Rev. P. Jos. Bllstein). Low mass at T:30 a. m. High mass at 10:30 a. m. Devotions at 2:30 p. m. Devotional 1 and Benediction at 7:30 p. m. Sermon with first and second mass. The choir will have a pitchin supper Wednesday evening. Prayer meeting will be held on Thursday evening at 7:30 in the church parlors. AVeslcyan Methodist Church. (A. E. Beyler, Minister.) 9:30 a. m., Sunday school, j Price, superintendent. 10:30 a. m., sermon by pastor. 6:30 p. m., Young People's meeting 7:30 p. m., evangelistic message. 7:30 p. m., Wednesday evening, prayer meeting. A hearty welcome to all of our services. the LOST AND FOUND. LOST — Eastern Star past matron's pin." Call 25SS. C-21S WANTED WANTED—Place on farm for a boy, age : 7, more for home than wages. Phone 1642. c-219 FOR SALE—Good work horse an-1 seven head of ewes. Dilver Hoover. 1'- 21S FOR SALE — Tomato plants. SI.50 per 1,000. Robert Kendall. 301 Maple street. P-21S FOR SALE—Summer hats; sale starts Thursday. Roodo Hat Shuppc. p-21)> FOR SALE — Hoover vacuum cleaner, good running condition. Trittschuh Leather Store. c-r.22 WANTED —' You to know that Dutox is Uest for bean beetles, at Rexall Drug Store. c-tf WANTED—Married man to work on farm; must give good references. Floyd Ray. Phone UX7. P- 22U 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 Kin tc Kidnapers West Street Christian Church. (H. R. Pearcy, Minister.) 9:30 Church school. 10:30 Worship and Sermon: "The Wider Significance of Christian Unity." Notes: The attendance last Sunday was good at both church school and church. Let us try to carry on through the summer, holding the record • up a bit for summer, in order that the year's average may not fall below 1931. The evening service will be a union service at the Methodist church at 7:30 o'clock. The musical program Sunday morning will be .as follows: Proludf, "Prelude in E Minor," Faehnnaiin; offertory, "Offertory." Dubois; male quartetl- 1 . "Meek and Low," I!ar ( nby. sung by Richard Hamilton, David Simpson, George Robinson and William Ross; anthem. "Accent My Heart, Oaston Harch: postlude, "Finale," Mendelssohn. The Ladies Aid society will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2::!0 at the home of-Mrs. Georgv Kruma^aRer. 220 West Adams stre^tT First Baptist Church. (Rev. C. A. Wade, pastor.) Sunday school, 9:30. Morning Worship, 10:30; sermon subject, "Two Mistaken Notions about God." B. Y. P. U., 6:30. Evening service. 7:30; sermon subject, "How God Changes Man Through Faith in Jesus Christ." Tuesday evening the young people will hold an ice cream social on the church lawn. In an i attempt to save France from | economic and financial chaos, iPicrre Laval, former premier, was drafted by President Albert! Lcbrun, to organize an emergency government. j THE DAILY WHEEZE " •, ML 'j» I, in • — *«' ; Mrs.'Gnapss: "Would yon uic for me] darling?" Mr. pnaggs: Gladly, dean-si." Jlrs. kinaggs: "And would then Wednesday evening at 7:30 [be anything left for nieiaftor the j o'clock Rev. O. W. Bowman of i funeral! expenses were paid.'" | Elwood will speak on the Town- Hau v»r*ao «*• «**«f*»w^i," - "- -^-* aetendantarbelnk'CaiiBe'No. 2wsfc fa'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 folio wing; described real estate in Tipton County, Indiana, towit: r ' Tho south half (%) of the northeast quarter (M.) of section twenty-seven (27) township twenty-one (21) north, range three (3) east, except, commencing, at tho southeast corner of the northeast quarter (% ) of said section twenty (27), thence north seventeen and one-half (17%) rods, thence west eighty (80) rods, thenco south seventeen and one- half (171-2) rods, thence east eighty (SO) rods, to the place of beginning, leaving seventy-one and one-fourth acres (71%) acres, more or less. 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 simplp of safd real estate or so much thereof as may be necessary to discharge said decree, interest, costs and accruing costs. Said sale will be made 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. CAUDWELL, Sheriff of Tipton County. GIFFORD. GfFFORD & APPLETON, Attorneys for Plaintiff. C-210-1G-22-2S Mrs. Dora Shaw ot East Jefferson street has received w6rd' that her daughter^, Mrs. William Brown and daughter; Martha 61 Indianapolis will arrive- here In a few days to visit for a time, i Mr. Brown, who is employed as Service man .for the Frigidaire corporation, was recently trans- flnd'a Bui—— remove hit family 1 He has been work! : some time; bat Ms^. t . daughter remained In! fan. its until the closing i of t schools. i t , VI I i Tribune Want Ada send Penisun Plan. A full attendance of members is desired, and Don't draw v.-ron™ conclusion;-. When tho modern is enraged visitors from other .. „ • -, i cordially invited. churches arein PIANO — Exceptional bargain, small size, repossessed in this v'u-iiiiiy; low terms to responsible parties as I do not want to ship to factory; write Mr. T. M. uiddick, state represent tativc, Washington Hotel, Indianapolis. Ind. p-218 FOR SALIi — G-year-old horse, ' Fordson tractor and Oliver 12- iilch tractor plow; 2 I. H. C. rotary hoes; 9-in. Letz burr feed mill; 7-ft. Osborne binder. Butz Implement Store. Phone 33X3. c-tf ForSale or Trade Model AA Ford Truck GMC Truck Reo Truck Indiana Truck 1931 AA Ford Truck, dual wheels These trucks are all equipped with cabs and good tomato trucks. LIBERAL TERMS Tipton Main Motor Co. liulibs and Aroma Jli'tlioilist. will be followed by choir rehearsal. The Ladies Aid society meet Thursday afternoon. These services j of tinysizi—the chance- a thev Kinaiiucl Luthei'an C'liurcli. (Theo. Schwan, pastor.) There will be neither Sunday school nor services at the Lnth- liitle i;arnieiils that! hersulf. Notice of Administrator's Salo of Real Estate. Notice li> Heirs, Creditors, Klc. | : ~~"~~ p ~~ I 111 the. matt>.-r <>£ the estate of | I.Iary J. Young, deceased. liij the Tipton Circuit Court. April Term. 1!»::5. Notii-e is h'-n-by given that Noah R. L'-'l'"- as aflministrator oi the estate of Mary J. ide;ea!-eil. has prr-seiil"d and liled | eran church as the congregation I lljs .„.„„„„, illu | vouchers in final! Juliut Thulin Federal agents were aided in their search^ for Mrs. Margaret Waley and -«er husband, held in connection with the Weyerhaeuser kidnaping, by Julius Thulin, above, 71-year-old grandfather of Mrs; Waley. Thulin's home in Utah was used as a meeting place by-the Waleys and WU- h'im Mahan. FORD DEALERS GIVE YOU EXCEPTIONAL VALUE IN USED CARS Many mattea of USED CARS, taken in trade lor tike fart-aclling New Ford V-8. Hoaeat yahie for erery dollar. Liberal 'j^arantefi Small down payment and eaty; ternaUiraua^UniYenal Credit Company. See the nearest Ford dealer for latett Ufl .< pfUSEDCABbargauu. "" \ ualpli E. Davison. Minister.) Hiibbs— fl:30 a. m., church school. 7:30 p. m., Children's Day program. Aroma— 9:30 a. m.. church school and morning ^vorsllip with Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. Kemp Memorial Methodist. (John 1 Ward Rose, Minister.) Special observance of Children's Day has been planned for both morning and evening services. The Morning Unified Service is held at D:30 at which hour the pastor will speak on the topic: "The Place of the Child." Music features of the hour will be the anthem by the choir entitled: '"Oh Worship the Lord" by De Armond and a solo by Miss Evelyn Messmore who will sinf;: "Fairest Lord Jesus" by Man- aey. Epworth League announcements are as follows: The Forum group will meet at 6:30 in the Upper Room-to discuss the topic: "Jesus' Place in Religion." Harold John Will be the leader. The Senior Group will study the topic: "What Are Movies Doing to People?" Mrs. John Ward will be tho special leader of the evening. Chester Coe will favor with selections on the Hawaiian guitar. The Senior Group will have a, picnic Friday evening at the Noblesville Park. A Children's Day program will be presented by the church school at 'the evening service at 7:30 •under the direction of Miss Betty Compton. Friends of the Presbyterian and Christian churches will he with us for this hour, it being the time of the union services. . • has given the pastor leave to attend fie Kith anniversary celebration at Valparaiso University. Valparaiso, Ind. Numbers. of the local congregation have the choice of attending the celebration or the Lutheran Orphan's Home festival at Indianapolis. ; ' First I'rcsliyl.'Tian (liurcli. Rev. Reuben Tnnnier. Minister. Sunday school. 9:3». Morning worship. Ill: -4 5. Christian Endeavor. (i:(lli o'clock. The subject for discussion at this hour will lie "The Game of '1'ass It On.' " with Howard U'unmer as leader. The Women's Missionary society will meet Wednesday afl •:•:•noon at 2: DO o'clock at the home of Mrs. Charles Ilerron ea^t of Tipton. Miss Alma McXeal will be- the speaker for the aftornoon. using as her subject, "Home Missions." All persons having no way to go are asked to notify ^Irs. Herron, and transportation will be provided. Choir rehearsal Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. A cordial invitation is exten<l°;l to all persons to attend our church services. Bi.-ttlnnu-nt of said (.utalo. and Unit 1 tho facio will Ciimo up f»r i'xaini-| nation :aiid. at lion (if said Circuit i - .... ,-¥_-._ Court on the 1'iith day of Junt 1!>::5. at. which time all heirs, creditors ;<>r legatees'of said estate are required to appear in said Court and show rause, . it" any there be., why said account and vouclK-rs' should nut be approved. Witness, tin- clerk add seal of said Tipton Circuit Cmirt at Tip-, ton. liidiana, this lil'th day oC| Mav, 1!»::». 'i:\j\-MOND W. SIMPSON. (Sral)' ' VU-rk Tipton 20-l-10rlfi-22 Circuit Court Notic-c is hereby given that the mulei-signed administrator of the estate of Nannie E. Jackson, deceased, will by order of the Tip- ion Circuit Court, sell at private said for not less than the full appraised value thereof, on Saturday. July Glh. 19::5, at the law of lice of C. W. Mount, in Tipton. Indiana, the following described real estate to-wit: Twenty-live (25) acres off of the whole, south end of thv> east half ( '.:_. ) of the northwest quarter ('-j-l of section l!l. township 22 north, range :i east, in Tiptoa County. Indiana. "Said real estate will be sold .subject to Fifletn Hundred (Sl.- r.(in.oo) Dollars of a mortgage asiiinst the same,'and tuxes, lev> of l!Ki5. due and payable in 19o> and thereafter; said sale to be for cash. OML'R E. JACKSON, Administrator CLKON WADE MOUNT, Attorney. 210-1G-22 i - Notice of Administration. Notice is hereby siven that tne undersigned has linen appointed by the 1 judge of th" Circuit Court of Tipton County, State of Indian-:, administratrix of ' the estate ••:'. Cilen iddwavd Holliday. late of Tipton County, deceased. Said > '•>- tate is supposed to be solvent . ; MARY E. HOLLIDAY. Mav 2S. I'J'.'.'i. Admiuistratri::. C. W. 'MOUNT, Attorney. 204-1(1-10-22 Xotico'of Administratrix's Sale 01 Deluxe ring memo books, complete with sheets, 25c to 50c. | Tribune Press. Would Curb Arms MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE KEW AND USED WASHERS Used Qua Engine' For Demoiutrntlon Call 88 SERVICE MOTOR 00. Xoticl- of Sill-riff's Sale of Heal > Estate on Hi-crci-. Xotici-. is hereby given Unit by virtuuland authority of a certified copy (if a dpcroe to me directed by the! Clerk of the Tipton Circuit Court 311 a tauri! wherein Tho Union Contral Lifu Insuruncc Company, i an Ohio corporation, is plaintiff, and Arthur A. Samuels Fishing Headquarters "Tlii' Most Complete Stock in the County." H. J. SCHRADER & CO. I'honc 2!)7 J.CPENNEYCQ 11(1-118 South Main St. r J^m Coach ^ f^E- " ^ '• ^'- ,i« CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ! SERVICES "Gold the Preserver of Man" is- the subject of the Lesson'rSsrmon in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sundaiy, June 10. The! Golden Text is: "Tho Lora givcth 1 v.isdom: : . . He kccpeth the paths jcf judgment, and preserveth the way of his saints" (Proverb2: 6,^). ,., Among the citations which conj- priseithe Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "Or whst man U there of you, v.-hom if his son ask bread, will he give nira a stone I Or if lie ask a fish, will he give him a serpent? If ye then, being evil, know how to give good gifts untp your children, how much more snail your father which is in heaven gwjS good ihings to them that ask him (Matthew 7: 9-11). . ' , The Lesson-Sermon also-includes the following I'asscses from tha Christian Science tc:itbdok,_ Science and Health with Key to the Scripftres," by Mary Baker : Edd« "God is not moved by thcjjreath of praise! to do more than Hei has al- reaaytdone, nqr can jthe infinite do less Unn bestow all good; since Ha ia unchanging wsdora and.Love..,,. Prayefc cannot change the Scttnoerf being^but ifrtrtdi; t? g bri«g us into -tarmonywithit"(liJ2). . -Tr ^to.jrnt control of trade in, ; " f LEATHEBM AN FUNERAL;HOME Ambulance Service Furnace Coils Waste Fuel Replace Your Coil With a Self Action . GAS WATER HEATER Public Service Co. of Ind. BREAD— b. loaf 9c KROGER BAKING CO. See— • YOUNG & MASON Suits and Furnishings -106 East Jefferson St. Radio Repairs BBBEB3W3; BEST SHOW IB TOW* SUNDAY and MONI Continuous Show Sunday lpw « WITH Muaei-BULGiNG WITH; M-GrM's' Mighty 1 Melpdy^Drama >^««*«rr, " ^Cruise on^"Tlie''Hbneyin(X)nr ' |Ship!""PeepAtThe ? "NeonPa-, | jama Parade!" Tango '"Neath A : Peiuvian-Moon!" It's bigger 1 'Oa.l..$6.60_B>6^.r.^l^g^HHKHJi ,'FLSSflt • (.WILLIAM. lj9i:H; \n • SMMB^^«*«. | . POWELL FRANCHOT.TONE MAY ROBSON pmla<*dbrD™dO.S*i£aick J*$~^'& C'.icted ijr Victor; Fleming ,t--^5» 5 ' -' :;! •,y Tom Howard "GEOOMS AND GLOOMS" and PETE SMITH in "GOOFY MOVIES" taturday All Day Matinee | Doable Feature 'GREATEST SHOW Elix*li*th Allan jUon.lAtwiU Friday and Saturday HE CROSSED I I i i] 2 _ Children on! one —! and EENEST in "ONIiX THE i rr , '-v»-j

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