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FRIDAY, MARCH 23,19G2 -THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE- -PAGES Iff SELL TRADE RENT HIRE^HELP Classified Rates 1 insertion . . 3c per ward 2 insertions 5c per word 3 insertions 6c par wort 4 insertions 8c per word 5 insertions 9c per wore 6 insertions 10c per wore Mor.ioriam . 10c per lint Black Face Local ... 15c per lina CARD OF THANKS — $1.00 FOR CONSECUTIVE INSERTIONS These charges are at a reduced cash rate and apply if the ad is paid within 10 days aftet •he final insertion. Special service charge of 25c vi!i be added after the 10 day period. Call OSborne 5-2115 before I0:0f a.m. for insertion tamt dai'.y. Cancewlatim until 10:00 a.m. icadlins. (RATES QUOTED day except Saturday 9 a.m ARE LOCAL< .FOR SALE — 1959 Oldsmobile all power. Ora Webb, Elwood, FE 2-7497. P-149 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE—5 yearling Duroc boars. Phone Sharpsville, Robert Pihares. ~ C-tf. For Hy-Line day old chicks or started pullets. Call: HY-LINE CHICKS, 201 North Main Street, Tipton, Indiana, OSborne 5-2141. 1 If Eggs are Your Business Make HY-LINE Your Chicks. HY-LINE CHICKS 201 North Main Street Tipton, Indiana Phone OS 5-2141 FOR SALE - REAL ESTATE VOK SALE—Modem 6 room house v/ith hardwood floors and ga.« neat. 216 South Conde. P-14£ FOR REAL ESTATE & RENTALS Consult J(fc ROSS or JOHN B. BAKKL'.M. C-ti. EE LEWIS D. HARPER for Real Estate Sale and Listing. Insurance Loans. Phone OS 5-6060 and OS 5-6139, 121 South Independence or see Albert McCord, Ph. DS 5-406?. Ctf Full SALE — Modern 2 bedroom home, hardwood floors, gas heat. Buih-Ins, utility, fenced yard. OS 5-6256. ' C-150 FOR SALE FOR SALE — Monarch electric range. Mrs. Chester Baird. Phone OS 5-7233. C-148 FOR. SALE — 1960 Falcon 4-door Viand, trans., like new. New tires. Bill Hubbard, OS 5-2726 after 6 p.m. P-148 1961 SINGER CABINET $43.26 total price.. Beautiful {walnut cabinet. Eight final payments of 55.41. Sews forward and reverse, darns, mends, appliques, quilts, round bobbin. Call OS 5-6062. C-tf. FOR SALE Old and antique bottles, dishes and numerous other articles. 515 N. Independence St. PUBLIC SALE — Saturday, March 24th 7:00 p.m. - 78 head Registered Spotted Boar and Gilt. 7 to 10 months old. Best of blood lines. Many certified. Prices reasonable. Why hunt around? Grant Co. Fairgrounds, Marion, Indiana. Write Marvin Bidgeway, R5, Wabash, Ind. C-147 FOR SALE or LEASE — Nice selection of purebred open gilts for immediate lease. Will furnish 'boars. No cash outlay. All vaccinated. Send phone number or direction to your house to Box "H," care of Tipton Tribune. P-149 FOR SALE NOW — 600 good and choice thin calves, wt. 350 .to 550 lbs. and 200 yearlings and Holsteins, W. V. Palmer, Peru, Indiana. C-152 FOR SALE — 4 sows, will farrow within week, 1 sow with 9 pigs. Jack Smith, 1 mile south of Tetersburg. C-148 HELP WANTED KEYS MADE, bead lights adjusted. Ebert .Sinclair Service. Phone 5-7125. C-Thurs.HEU.-Sat.-tt PORTABLE WELDING SERVICE Tony Hancock, RR 3, Tipton. Phone Kempton WI 7-2210. P-175 WANTED — Television and radio repairing, service calls. Antenna ingtj»iiatimt and repair. Parts and service guaranteed. Ralph £. Beck, Phone OS 5-6782. C-tf GENERATORS AND STARTERS rebuilt, complete brake service. Ebert Sinclair Service. Phone OS 5-7125. 720 East Jefferson. Ctf WANTED TO RENI WANTED to rent or buy. Modem house in country. Prefer it not to be over 3 miles out Write Box "C" care Tipton Tribune. P-tf FOR RENT FOR RENT — Unfurnished apartment. .Close in. Call after 4:00." OS 5^554. C-149 FOR RENT — One floor, 2 bedroom modern double.. Conde St. Mrs. Floyd Ramsay. C-148 Wall Street Chatter NEW YORK (UPI)-Standard & Poor's "Outlook" says the stock market is likely to remain in a trading rut until steel negotiations and other influences hearing on the second-half business outlook can be more .positively appraised. Meanwhile, it thinks present invested positions should be maintained. Religion In America It appears to Reynolds & Co. that the market is beginning to shake off its lethargy, although' not quite as surely as spring follows winter. It sees plenty of room for a worthwhile rally, but adds that technical indicators do not yet point to a broad revival of investor interest. FOR RENT—Modern 4 room apartment. Heat furnished. 223 Ash St. OS 5-4127. C-tf. FOR RENT — Downstairs apartment, corner of Main and North. Well finished. Convenient Phone OS 5-4110. C-tf FOR RENT—Semi-modern 6 room close to Tipton. Write Box W, care Tribune. Ptf FOR RENT — South Eide of modern double, 228 So. West St Three rooms—newly decorated- gas beat. Mayme Reed, Phone OS 5-2115. —tf. HELP WANTED — Certified welders, arc and heliarc, modern plant. Steady employment, equal opportunity employer. Curtis Automotive Devises, Inc. Westfield, Indiana. C-i48 SALESMEN FOR SALE <>ne owner — new car trade ins. Used cars convertibles, station wagons, trucks. We also trade down. Large selection to choose from. Don Ross Motors, 120 So. West. Phone OS 54941. . Uf Station Wagons, Used Cars, Baxter .Motor Sales. 120 South Independence. Ctf FOR SALE — Quality used cars. rilROGMARTIN AUTO SALES, 704 W. Jefferson St. Ctf ?0R JALE — Good, used recondi- • ; oned T-Vs. $29.50 and up. Tices. Cf FOR SALE—Kool-Vent Awnings. Siornv Doors and windows, Aluminum siding. A. J. Buti, 03 5-2646. C-tf Good Used Cars WE HAVE HUNDREDS of farm and commercial prospects throughout this area who need our products for spring and summer work. Several salesmen needed now for vacancies in extra rich territories. You should have a serviceable car, some get up and go and a desire to make money. A permanent job with drawing account, protected territory, cash bonuses and high commission rate. For personal interview, write John Tanquay, Dept. 326, P.O. Box 392, Dallas, Texas. P-147-149 FOR RENT — Modern 4 room upstairs apartment. OS 5-4419. Ctf FOR RENT — M; of double house, 5 rooms,, bath and utility room, fenced in backyard, gas heat OS 5-7243. C-tf. FOR RENT — 3 room apartment, newly decorated, .gas heat, water furnished. OS 5-4011. Call after 5:00. P-149 W. I. La Tourette of Shearson, Ham mill & Co. says it will take time to restore investor confidence, and until the hoped-for April business upturn materializes he would expect a continued listless market. Roy Brady of J. W. Sparks & Co. says that on the basis of the market's respect for the 700:705 level in the D-J industrial average, he is more confident and be lieves a base formation is now complete and that an attempt to, penetrate the' overhead supply of stock between 720-740 is underway. LOST AND FOUND LOST — Male, black and white fox terrier pup. Child's pet. Reward. Elizabeth O'Toole. Phone OS 56108. C-147. iNEW YORK (UP1) — Clark, Dodge & Co. says a mildly bullish attitude about the .stock market seems to be the only logical one at this time. The firm says, the sidewise shuffle following the January sell off how appears to be completed "and the average should move into new high ground fairly short ly and continue its upward trend until around Aug. 1." > However, it adds, "the lack of a truly dynamic technical picture and the growing evidence of the mildness of the strength in'the business picture combine to indi-^ cate that no tremendous; move in the industrial average lies ahead."' PS REWARD if you can show us a broadcoverage auto policy with a premium lower than ours. Tipton County Business Service*. OS 5-4696, 125 North Main. C-tt. WANTED TO BUY WANTED — To buy fea'her beds. Send name and directions to Box F. care Tipton Tribune. P-168 WANTED WANTED -r Farm help. Prefer man age 40-50 years. Ph. OS 56805. Don Smyser. P-147 WANTED — Paper cleaning. Wall washing. Mason. Phone OS 52369. . P-154 WANTED—Fencing. Experienced. Charles Morrisett. OS 5-2348. C-154 Better Quality Lower Prices Best Trades Buy of The Week l958"oidsinobile 4 dr. H.T. -R.S. -P.B. A Real Nice Car $1200.00 Throgmartin Auto Sales Quality Used Cars 704 W. Jefferson St. Phone OS 5-2720 WANTED TO BUY — Used pianos . any type. Phone OS 5-4927 or write Arthur Frawley, '714- N. East St., Tipton, Ind. P-lfiO XOTICK TO IIKIIt*. I.KC;.\TKKS AND CKKIUTOKS Eslato of Omer II. JMurray, Deceased, In Tipton Circuit Court, January ""•nil. 1 1162. No. 2447. Notice is hereby given -that Maycel Cunningham as administratrix With Will Annexed of said estate, has'filed her account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate, and her petition - praying the Court -to allow said. ount and order distribution of said •ilate, and that the same will come ip for hearing and. action in said Ci.urt on the lath day of April,'1962, '-.GO A.M., in the court house in Tip- nn, Indiana, at which time all heirs, legatees and creditors of said estate ire required to appear and show cause, if any there be. why said account and 'ouchers should not he allowed, and distribution of the estate be made as prayed for in said petition; and all the heirs, devisees and leKatees of said decedent and said estate, and all others interested, are hereby required to appear at said time and place and make proof of their heirship or claim to any part of said estate. PAUL, H: JONES, Clerk Circuit Court, Tiptoni Indiana. WILSON WHKATL.EY, Attorney. j 117-153 WANTED — Upholstering. Carl Miller, 781 North Independence, Phone OS 5-4616. Ctf WANTED - Used pianos. Please give name, address and tele phone number. Write P.O. Box 1142. Muncie, Ind. . C-154 SPINET PIANO This is your golden opportunity to buy a piano at greatly reduced price. Small monthly payments. You must have A-i credit. Piano can be seen locally. Write: Credit Manager. Care L. K. Hamm Piano Company, 1023 Vinceunes Street, New Albany, Indiana. C-152 Every 24 Hours jj | WRECKER SERVICE Day OS 5-4549 HOLIDAY } OS 5-6166 Service Motor Co. KfYIOS SEPTIC • TANKS, toilet vaults vac cum cleaned. Sewer and basement drains cleaned with electric cuting knives. Phone Elwood FE 2-2684. David Sewer Cleaners C-ti MISCELLANEOUS With investor confidence restored, the stock market is again moving in unison with business, according to Standard &' Poor's Corp. An assault on last December's highs is believed to he only a matter of time and selective buying in under-invested accounts is recommended, it says. LEGAL NOTICES Hornblower & Weeks says prospects have 'brightened for tangible evidence of corporate prosperity on which stock, prices can be more liberally appraised. It finds that preliminary forecasts of earnings for the.March quarter encourage hopes of a vigorous rer covery in profit margins this year. CARD OF THANKS We wish, to express 1 our sincere thanks to the many relatives, neigh-, borsand friends who gave their kindness, sympathy and beautiful floral tributes during the illness and at the death of our beloved father and grandfather, Mr. Elmer Myerly. We especially wish to thank Rev. Lyon for his comforting message, Mrs. (Merlin Harlow for the beautiful music, and,all who acted as casket and flower bearers, the staff of the Sigler Nursing Home for then- wonderful care and Young's Funeral Home for their kind and helpful services. Mr. and Mrs. Lorin R. Myerly Mr. and Mrs. (Merrill Poland Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Foland and family. HOBBS Mrs. Mark Welsmiller Bill Ellison, son of Mr. and Mrs Bert Ellison, north of Hobbs, ,is spending the next week and a half visiting his parents. He is home from Tri State college,' Angola. Kim Melton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim (Melton, north of Hobbs to spending ; the next' week" and;* half visiting his parents. He is home from Tri State college, An. gala between quarters. iRoy Brady of J. W. Sparks & Co. maintains that a high degree of stock market confidence is jus tified and he would utilize any backing and filling by the market for the accumulation of specific equities. COUNTERFEIT SHORTAGE DETROIT {UPD—The Detroit Council had to ante up $20 Mon day to cover a shortage in Traffic Court accounts. The shortage was caused when somebody paid a traffic fine with a counterfeit $20 bill. EXOTIC DESSERT (LONDON (UPI)-^A customer at a restaurant who asked for an exotic dessert was offered steamed currant roll. PERCH RESEARCH MADISON, Wis. (UPI)-rA Uni versity of Wisconsin . research project on the winter habits of perch in Lake Mendota showed that the fish dislike the ice-covered surface and stay well below it. It also showed perch don't like the sound waves from the sonar sets used by researchers to,inves tigate their habits. - Motor Tune-up Cole's Service General Auto Repair Day Phone OS 5-4075 Night Phone 0| 5-4925 24 Hour Wreclceir \ Servcio By LOUIS CASSELS United Press International George MacDonald was a Scottish clergyman and author who lived from 1824 to 1905. During a long life of obscure poverty, he produced a number of novels and poems, and three remarkable volumes of religious thought entitled ''Unspoken Sermons.". Few people bothered to read MacDonaldV books while he was alive. After his death, however, he won a great convert to Christianity. And through the efforts-of this disciple, the work of George MacDonald is finally reaching the worldwide audience it deserves. The disciple is England's famed apostle to skeptics," Prof; C. S. Lewis of Cambridge University. (Fifteen years ago, when his own religious books were. beginning to be widely read on both sides of the Atlantic, Lewis sought to call attention to his mentor by publishing a slim anthology of favorite passages culled from MacDonald's writings. Fails To Catch For some reason, it didn't catch on, and was soon out of print. But for those who own a copy, it is \ highly treasured possession. 1 have one on my own bedside table. It has been' read at least a dozen times. It is, in my opinion, one of the five or six greatest books in the whole library'of devotional literature. Today (March £3) a new edition of "George MacDonald, An Anthology Edited by C.S. Lewis," is being published by. Doubleday & Co. in an inexpensive dolphin paperback. Those who are looking for peace of mind should not rush out and buy this book. George MacDonald does not know any easy ways to be a Christian. His God is not an indulgent grandfather in heaven. 'What you will find in MacDonald's writings is a strange mix ture of tenderness and severity that is strongly reminiscent of the New. Testament. "I know hardly ''m^^^m^ff -^O. Lewis, "who' seems' to' be closer, or more continually close, to the spirit of Christ himself." God Is Lew* But let MacDonald speak for himself: "When we say that God is love, do we teach men that their fear of Him is groundless? No. As much as they fear will come upon them, possibly far more, the' Wrath will consume what they call themselves, so that the selves made shall appear." "The love of God is inexora ble: It pursues man even when he would much prefer not to be bothered; "Such is the mercy of God that he will hold his children in the consuming fire of his distance until they pay the uttermost farthing, until they drop the purse of selfishness'with all the dross that is in it, and rush home to the father.. .rush inside the center of the life-giving fire whose outer circles burn." If you find this a' terrifying thought, MacDonald will agree It is. But if there's no way out, there is a way in. "If any child of the Father finds that he. is afraid before Him, that the thought of God is a 'discomfort to him, or even a terror, let him make haste — let him not linger to put on any garment, but rush at once in his nakedness, a true child, for shelter from his own evil and God's terror, into the salvation of the Father's arms." Finding A Way And how shall the terrified child find his way to his Father's arms? "Christ is the way in: the way from slavery into liberty; the way from the stormy skirts of the Father's garments' to the peace of His bosom." For those of uncertain faith, 'MacDonald has this advice: Instead of asking yourself whether you believe or not, ask yourself whether you have this day done one thing because He said, *Do it* or once abstained because He said, 'Do not do it." It is simply absurd to say you believe, or even want to believe, in Him; if you do not- do*'anything He tells you." -.. ., "To put off obeying Him till we find a credible theory concerning Him is to set "aside the heating potion we know it our duty to drink, for the study of the various schools of therapy." "He who does that which he sees, shall understand; he -who is set upon understanding rather than doing, shall go on stumbling and mistaking and speaking foolishness." . Has Hard Life George MacDonald did not have an easy life. He was afflicted with tuberculosis, and was very poor. But from want he learned a great lesson: "It is" imperative on us to get rid of the tyranny of things... But it is not the rich man only who is under the dominion of things; they too are slaves who, having, no money, are unhappy from the lack of it.Jf it be things that slay you, what matter, whether things you have, or things you have got?" But he did not suggest that men profess a bogus spirituality in their prayers. • "With every haunting trouble then, great or .small, the loss of thousands or the lack of a shilling, go to God.. .If your- trouble is such that you cannot apyeal to Him, the more need you should appeal to Him." How are you to be sure that prayers are answered? "Reader, if you are- in any trouble, try whether God will not help you. If you are in no .need, why should you ask .questions «hout prayer? True, he knows little of himself who does not know that he is wretched, and poor, and blind, and naked; but until he begins at least to suspect a need, how can he pray?" Right To Ask It is right ~to ask God for help in trouble, or even for such a mundane 'necessity as daily bread. But "there is a communion with God that asks for nothing, yet asks for everything.. .He who seeks the (Father more than anything He can give, is likely to have what he asks, for he is not likely to ask amiss." The George MacDonald anthology"'. n?-~i"ot~.a I" IboOBT ~ to~fi|"f read through at"a'^sitting; 'Taken in/ small daily doses, and followed by prayer, it may lead the reader to say with C. S. Lewis: "My debt to George MacDonald is almost as great as one man can owe to another." Lenten Message By BOYD S. LEEDOM Member, National Labor Relations Board (Methodist Layman) Written for UPI Easter is the great and ultimate source of hope. It holds a mysterious secret. As the rising sun dispels darkness and then , bursts jforth in glorious light, so the hope of Eastern erases the shadows of life. <Then, transcending faith, hope becomes certain knowledge, and reveals a magnificent human destiny. Saint Paul says "The secret is this: Christ in you, the hope of a glory to come...If it is for this life only that Christ has given us hope, we of all men are most to be pitied. But in. fact Christ has been raised from the dead.. What you sow is not the body which is to be. .So it is with the resurrection. . .Sown a physical body, it is raised a spiritual body." Thus Easter is of the spirit, unknown to him whose existence is confined to the physical senses, and whose provincialism limits him to the narrow boundaries of human intellect Mere words, however, are-not persuasive until we see them as flesh in lives made new in Christ. The alcoholic, the broken hearted, the satiated sophisticate, the totally defeated — these truly reveal the joy of Easter as they relate their encounter with the risen Christ For them the day has dawned and the morning star has risen in,their hearts. All who will can determine that Easter is real. Mere nothingness could not have lasted two thousand years. STRICTLY BUSINESS by McFoaHors "Argyle's a bear for work — but he's always hibernating!" WINDFALL Mrs. Ted Barrett Mrs. Delia Bogue entertained at dinner (Friday for Mrs. Paul Clevenger, of Muncie; Mrs. Wilbur Collins, Mrs. 'Ralph Bogue and Frank Richey all of Windfall. Pfc Robert Ward, of Fort. Gordon, Ga., is spending a few days furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ward and family. Mrs. Dwight Martin has entered Tipton county hospital for observation and treatment. STOP LEAKY * BASEMENTS Work Guaranteed N* |ob too big er too small FREE ESTIMATE Phone OS 54121 NO SECOND CHANCE ' Wheo,3rou.dis€Qyei;.,to y9t|r .80fr9W AFTER a loss that your, insurance wasn't what you thought it was you don't have any second chance, All you can do then if drop it. Make sure BEFOB^ f loss that you have what you want. Your local'independent agent, Eugene Ritz, will help-you. ' ~ ' RITZ AGENCY AUTO'«: F^E * CASUALTY • LIFE •UABlLlTy ' John and Jerry Miner, students at Purdue, university, Lafayette, spending the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Miner and family, southwest of Windfall. Frank Riehey is spending" a few days with his daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clevenger, of Muncie. : Steve Alexander, a freshmen student at Georgia Technical college, Atlanta, .Ga., is spending a few days spring vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Alexander and daughter, southeast of Windfall. Mrs. M a r i a n n a Belding, of Bloomingtan, is visiting a few days with her father, Stanley Trimble, and grandmother, Mrs. George Wilburn. Mrs. Freda Campbell and her uncle,.Tunis Henderson, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Beck, of Kokomo. Mrs. Vivian Burner and Gene Wann were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr.- and Mrs. Fred Horton and family, of (Ridgeville. Horton is recovering from major surgery performed at Ball Memorial several days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Miller and family, of Peru, Mrs. Maude Martin, of Logansport, and. Mr. and Mrs. Max Todd, of Anderson, were Sunday afternoon guests of 'Mrs. Dorothy Todd. Mr. and Mrs. James Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bogue have returned home from spending the past two weeks. in Sarsofa, Fla. Mrs. Alpha McClish, of Peru, former resident of Windfall was the weekend guest of relatives and friends in Windfall. Mrs. AnnaBell Heiny and Carl Ellis, of Kokomo, were Friday evening guests of Mrs. Maude Prcesang. Mrs. Louis Riffe and Mrs. George Wilburn' were visitors in Noblesville Friday. Mrs. Riffe visited her father, Omer ©arrow at McKinley Nursing home and Mrs. Wilburn was the guest of her daughter and family, Mr. a'nd Mrs. Charles Castor. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Isgriggs.. and Mrs. Mary Zehner, of Indianapolis, visited relatives and friends in Windfall Sunday. Mrs. Vivian Butner and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Stafford were Indianapolis visitors Saturday. Mrs. -Robert Whitehead has returned home from Tipton county hospital' following observation and treatment.. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Couch were Sunday dinner guests of their son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Couch, of Greensburg. Lynn and David Teriwilliger, of Cleveland, Ohio, were week- TeriwiUiger and their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Teriwilliger, southeast of Windfall. White table covers in floral design, 40 inches by 300 feet 54.35. TIPTON TRIBUNE. P-tf SPONSOR i WELCOME W .4GOH Please Report Engaged Young Ladies NEW BABIES and NEWCOMERS Mrs. Catherine Wlsehart Dial OSborne 5-4M1 NEW MODEL ON DISPLAY Located 1100 N. Main St. Tipton Open At 1:00 p.m. Till Dark Daily Pick the lot of your choice and we will buy it for you and build the home you desire. No Down Payment or Closing Costs When Using YA. NON VETS CAN WORK OUT DOWN PAYMENTS 6 & $ BUILDERS INC 147 Market Rd. . Tipton OS 5-20S3

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