The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 18, 1930 · Page 7
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 7

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, March 18, 1930
Page 7
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DOROTHY DARNIT By Charles* McMtouis "1AM* i ?tw THE MOVIES I SAW A LAQy jijKiP PRO" A OtO GOAT iNfo| THE OCEAN AND SHE I HAD A 1 "~~ f OR VOuR OWN COMFORT. HOSH \ *SF» f > MAMA THE S»»lP RfADY DID VOU see OAMGER/ NOT GOING TO SEE; HIM TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS IiPLENTY OP MONEY AT 5% per FOR SAtE OR TRADE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—60 acres, good improvements^ priced right. _ Roy Purvis. c-tf FOR SALE pR EXCHANGE — Good double in Tipton for Tipton county ["arm. Roy Purvis. tf FOR SALE—^.20 acres, Road 31; good improvements;' also 40 acres, Roaji 31., E. A. Foster. Phone 5,S5;'or 1459. c-Vi'i FOR SALE (>R TRADE—Modern double, clone in; paved street; also good i>-room house, on improved strjet; trade for used car. E. A.[Foster, Phone 5S5 or 1459. i- c-143. FOR 'RENT — Three furnished rooms. , Phone 2602. c-142 FOR RENT — Two rooms furnished/ for sleeping. Phone cent; from 1 to 10 years, with pre-payment priviliges; best loan in the state. Standerford & Standerford. c-tf (J ' FARM LOANS — Best l«rans Id state, 5 to 20 years; interest 4276. c-142 ! annual or semi-annual with full FOR RENT OR SALE—-In Area-! I. dia, rS-room house with 6 lots, | f well and cistern, water in; house, hen house and garage, j Pete Heisser, Phone 2386. ! c-143 j payment privilege. Fielding/ Fielding & c-tf The Dotty Wheeze : : : - ! ".Why did you. give up your FOR RENT—Seven-room strictly!trip? Afraid y0 ur husband would modern home with basementj corner Independence and Adams streets. Mrs.. L. P. Foster, Phone 4480. ^ tf be lonesome?" asked lier dearest friend. j "No," she said, "I was afraid he wouldn't! be." WANTED FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—jEarly, Harvest oats. . Dilver Hooker. p-146 WANTED—Work by month on farm; young man.- Phone 40X9. c-142 FOR SALE -i- Gentleman's blue suit, two. pair' trousers, $lb. Phone 211. =>1 144 FOR SALE—|3:tby cab in good condition, ijjieap. Phone 3152. • - • . p-143 FOR SALE—.lixtid hay. Ed Findling, Tiptoji, route 1. Phone 10X2. I ' c-142 FOR SALE-^Xice Manchu spy beans for seed. " J. H. Graham, route 3, Tipton. Phone 16S, . Goldsmith, i- p-145 FOR SALE->Single set of harness; two 'ill-inch and two 251- inch collars. L. I. . -'..j; . • • • c-i!i4 FOR SALE -: r Girard's Tip-Top chicks; orders are now being booked at Reasonable prices for •quality chifiks'and expert custom hatching. Phone 51. Tipton 1 Hatchery. ' . ' • c-tf BABY CHICKS — All kinds of heav3- breeds ready every Monday; also r handle; Burlington chick feed.Cfresh ground three times per- week. Kemptpn Hatchery, £empton, Ind. 'tf WANTED — A confidential lady friend. Address .Box 202,- Trih une office. p-143 An old-timer is one who- can remember when you could hug a girl without being prodded by unexpected bones. WANTED — Two neat appearing young men; see Mr. Parrish between 6 and 7:30 this evening at European Hotel. p-14 WANTED—-Two or three unf ur- nishel rooms; call light plant. G. T. Evans. p-143 WANTED — To exchange tractor and plows for good team. Orville Malott, Atlanta. c-144 WANTED — Wall paper cleaning and any odd jobs. sTess Frederick; leave word at Tribune. c-152 WANTED :—Your general blacksmithing, horseshoeing and plow work;. now at your service. R. F. Miller, south-part of Atlanta. ' tf MISCELLANEOUS FOR TRADE—.Nice\ cottage on improved street for 20 acres, Roy Purvis. tf Given Charivari. Mr. and newlyweds. Mrs. Delbert Hofer were, given a ! charivari Saturday night at the home of their pa'rents,' Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hofe: company oil: west of Tipton by a friends of the community. Th^s visitors were invited into the hcjme, where the remainder of -the evening was spent in a. social Ijway, • •' Mr. and Mrs. Hofer left Sunday for Anderson where they expect to make their home. Mrs. Hofer before her marriage was Miss Bernice Tucker. l(jK WINDFALL. FOR SALE — r We have several thousand clacks at greatly reduced pricei 1 the next ten days; > some alreaUy started. Kempton Hatches*-,. Kempton, Ind. " c-150 FCU SALE—[feeds-or-all kinds; 4-in-l starrer, -with cod liver .oil and ' coin liver meal, .$3.20 per hundred; Sunflower egg mash, $3.(}p; Cerpay laying feed, $2.Sii. Fear-Campbell Co. • c-tf TRACTOR PARTS—Fordson and 8-16 International tractors; call . 177, Sheridan. Gray Auto Parts, Sheridan, Ind. c-143 FOR TRADE——Modern home for Tipton county farm. Roy Purvis, tf RADIO SERVICE—We specialize' on expert-service work on' all makes' of sets: full line tubes, { batteries, etc. McJunkin Radio Shop. Phone 20X7. c-tf IT'S SABY CHICK TIME Hoosier Chicks—Jamesway hatched lave quality when hatched—qual- • "y when grovfn. Hatch ''Sjit—crow-. ^Ight-i-siell : s.-rr"- ' i - fiS '^^vieK. hatch each Monday -'Z 52 A V*^ 483 **- -Leghorns on: Wed?££•*'• -***:14t new four .color cat-' iXj? 1 ^ HposKr Hatchery, Mlclil- . e&ntown, IndJU • • -,; FOIi'REHT IFOR RENT-^J\i|odern house,l6outb Infependenc). DeHi Koode.' Phone 262. y •' .••' • - .:' i V"" '.^-JS -^L^--:'^.-'- •/•••j ^P?^* 3 ^" 0 «-™om and one • : ';:*$#?»; ^ ^ood , ioc»Uo«: -Pkbaa 3416 .;. '.=v :.-£2» CHEAPEST CHICKS you ever bought; 1, 2, 3 and 4hweek-'old • heavies; %c-per day added to day old price; we sort them good, you buy only the best; all ages growing fine; come; can not be shipped; open every day and evening. Hoosier Hatch ery, Michigahtown, Ind; , c-144 (Contiuued From Page 6.) Mr., and Mrs. Olen VauHorn Harold and Loren VanHorri, E Langston and' daughter, Maxiue Mr. and Mis. Guy Dean and Thomas Dean attended the tour nament at Indianapolis. Paul Plunmer and family ol' Kokomo apt nt - Sunday with - I and Mrs. Hirbert Plummer. Mrs. Harry' Thatcher of Koko mo was very pleasantly reminded of her ' fort;yfifth -birthday-Sun-! day when a number of tier rela-j tives and friends came to spend Thatcher was Misi:] Lois Morford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Morford of Windfall. Those present to enjoy the elaborate birthday dinner were; Mr. .and'Mrs. .-Joseph Morford, Mr. aiid Mrs. W. V. Morford, Mrs. j Letlie Wade and daughter Mary all of. [Windfall the day with her. Mrs prior to her, marriage Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson of Sharpsville, Mr: and Mrs. Ed^ Mc- Gulre of Anderson and Miss Eugenia Nuuemacher. of Blooming- tori, Mrs: J. A. B'utner entertained at a prettily appointed dinner Sunday honoring the birth"day an-, niversary of Mr. Butner. Centering the artistically decorated table was a mammoth blrthdaj' cake with the lighted tapers. Those present to enjoy the splendid dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Amos Butner of Detroit, Miss Susan Ann Wilson of St, Louis, Mo., C. O. Butner of Anderson and* Mr. and Mrs. Georgei Butner of Kokomo[ > : day afternoon guests of Mrs. Jake Hoffman of Tipton. Noel ('Todd and family ' near Windfall were the dinner guests Sunday of Mr. Todd's mother, Mrs. Mae Todd. Jesse Carter and family spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Land of Kokomo. Mrs. Charles Lambertson spent i Wednesday night and Thursday! SHARPSVIIJLG. • Sheriff's Sale. MONEY TO LOAN FEDERAL FARM LOANS at 6% .per cent; pre-payma'nt .priyl^ [ ^ege^ilJ^S^Phar^^?;^'' citf 'M ^he v^hal^^^nab'le ^sajii' Ea^coach^inarobn color; kiwi: Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a i certified copy issued [out of the;clerk's office- qt :"Tipton county, of' the, judgment and decree.'rendered »in;the.Tipton 'Cir-. cult Court, in acause where in'the First National Bank, of Tipton, is Plaintiff, and Lewis M. Hanley, Al- bertle Hanley, LoUa E.Burkliardt and Arana Burkhardt, are/ihe de : fendahts;-beinK,CauBe.-1360.: :' •,Wherein" plaintiff 'recovered-, a personal judtnient against the de­ fendant'aMl-'aTforecioaura of: mortr ga|[a^ainit!*th¥^Hpwi!i^ ^awmaoity, ife tttrentyTsli Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Neiman and Mr. and Mrs. Denna Hoffma,n spent Tuesday evening with Jako Hoffman -and family of Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. ^ Roy' Butcher spent Saturday at. Indianapolis and Greenwood. Mr. and Mrs. Cash Tyner of Prairie, . were Sunday dinner guests of' Harry Tyner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and Albert. Dewitt and son "Robert were Sunday "dinrier gueBts of Mr. and Mrs. Will Morrison near Galveston. Mr. and Mrs. Denna Hoffmiin spent. Saturday evening with Oscar Seiss and family of Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. Len Hprton of Ekin were Sunday dinner guests of Roy Butcher and family, v Nellie Scudder and Eva Tolle spent Friday afternoon with Steve Scudder near Windfall. Mrs. Bob McCoy of Elkhart spent-Thursday night and^ Friday with Mr. and Mrs. D. M. McCoy. Mrs. McCoy was called here on account of the illness of her brother-in-lew, Kenneth • Hutto,. who has been in a serious condition, suffering with sinas trouble and pneumonia. He is improving slowly. Paul Staley and- family of Sheridan and Will Brown and family offKokomo were Sunday guests.of Esko Weslfall and family. .Mrs. Westfall is confined to her bed suffering with heart trouble and cold complications. Mrs. Floyd Puckett of Indianapolis is spending a few days with her parents'-Mr. and Mrs. Ed Westfall and her brother Mr. and Mrs. Esko Westfall and family. Hazel Cage of Huntington was the * week end guest. of her. parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cage. Ed Loyd of Logansport was the Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs Lewis Lloyd. N Maude. Woodafti of Hemlock brother-in-law, Kenneth. ..Hutto home.; There is some . improvement in the condition of Mr. Hutto. .'V Mr. .'and Mrs. Lewis.Roller with Mr.and Mrs. Will'Paugh tif Ko kbmo attended the funeral of an uncle',;-F.' :M. Peek: of. Seyniour Tuesday. • ^ . -,'iyrtry,.[and'"Mra. 'Frauk ..Pender: ^i8ht''[iin'd%^day^ ^ffX^Sf^SSti^mii ^nd^fam- tained Sunday evening Monroe Grau and family near -Fairfield. .Uhl Hutto and. family entertained Sunday aftrehoon Mi-, and Mrs. Jesse Webb of Kokomo Mr. and Mrs. D. M. McCoy and daughter. Irene entertained. at dinner Wednesday Mr. tand Mrs. Floyd Maish and children of Fairfield. ' Marjory^JCeel of Tipton' was with Clemon Lambertson and; the week end guest of her grand- family of Elwtiod. [ i daughter and aunt, F. L. Keel Mrs. Clarence Roller enter-j and daughter, tained at an all day party Thurs-j Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shreve of day Mrs, Lyde Hortoh and Mrs. j Indianapolis were the Sunday Will Neiman. j evening guests of Mrs. Shreve's Mrs. Dora Adams, . Mrs. Vern I father, Howard Woalridge and Paul, Mrs. Anna Tyner, Mrs. Lot-j children, tie Duncan, Mrs. Amy Herbert I uhl Hutto and family spent and Mrs. Edith Umphreys were I Sunday evening with Mrs. Hutto's entertained at an all day social j mother, Mrs. Lizzie Hayes near at the home of Mrs. Jim Wood's j Windfall. .• •at Mt. Lebanon Thursday. A| Marshall McCoy of Wabash is pitchin dinner at. the noon .hour • visitin in the D. M. McCoy-home, was enjoyed, The afternbon was! Mrs. Clarence Roller and| daugh- 1 spent in knotting a comfort. 1 ter Martha, and Mrs. Wm. Nei- TAVenty-three were present for | man spent Saturday evening with the day. . • ! relatives at Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. -V. D. Hoffman! F. L. Keel, and daughter Ruth spent Sunday afternoon with were Sunday (dinner guests of Loyze Sharp and family of Kemp-. Mr. and Mrs. S, D. McKay near ton. ' ! Ruasiaville. Orphus Case and family of < Mrs. Elmer Huckstep ^yho is Kokomo and Mrs. : Laura Collins' suffering with cancer is in a ser- spent Sunday.with' Orval ; Cage.ous condition, . and family. '•-•-(. Mr. and Sirs. D. M. McCoy with Guy Swing and family of Ko-| Marshall McCoy and family of komo were Sunday dinner guests | Wabash wei-e Sunday. dinner of Mr. and-Mrs. Bert Covordale 'guests of Mr. and Mrs. Curt'Mc- and Mr. and Mrs. Clint Youngman. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Umphreys with Mr. and ' Mrs. Walter Woods of Mt. Lebanon spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.- Frank Smith of Sheridan. Mrs. Francis Rolnack is confined to her bed suffering with kidney complications. Her mother, Mrs. Tom Meadows, is caring for her. Mr. and Mrs,. Ralph and daughter and Mrs. Hoffman were Sunday guests of Everett Shuck.and family of > Jdnesborb. Floyd Roller aud-family spent Sunday with Emmerson Clapper and family of Kokomo. Wayne Beamau • of Lafayette was the week end guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Beaman and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lee enter- Jarrett Melissa Coy of Lagrq. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Heater and family of Ft. Wayne and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Allen Wood • and baby of Auburn. Ruth Keel spent Saturday with Marjory, Margaret,' Billy. and Stanley Keel of Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Hortou and •daughters entertained Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Russel Dugan and baby of near Kokomo. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hbrtoti dinner! and children spent Sunday afternoon at the Vess Young home at Kokomo with Mrs. Mary Ogle, who is ill. Mi - , and Mrs. Fred McCarty were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russel Fisher and family of Kokomo. Frank Adams and sous entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Tom Keller and .daughter of 4*6 AND SAFETY We Are 44 Tears Old — We Have Lired Throagh Tfeia .»<r J Country's Financial Depressions aad Panica Durtac Ikaaa r- 44 Years and Have Never Paid Less Than 9% ou Savtasa, GET THE FULL 8IONIFIOANCE CF THAT SI &TBMMBt. ' . Assets, February 28,1930, .$640,1«6J7 Undivided Profits, February 28,1930 .... 7,7SffJi TIPTON BUILDINO AND LOAN A8800IATUMI THE OLDEST SAVINGS INSTITCTICN IS TIPTOK Talk It Over With Our Secretary, ?. A. Lewia Tipton, Mr. and Mrs.. John Rarery! children were Sunday afternoon arid granddaughters of Kokomo, i guests of Mrs. Leap's father, H. Mr, and Mrs..Ed Fenn of Hem-| O. Johnson bt Cicero. • * lock, Mr. and Mrs. Buhl Shraderj carl Shuck and family spent and Buck Ad- 1 Sunday evening with Mr. and j Mrs. Geo. Williams of Hemlock.' confined to; jj rs Temp-.i Swin« is visitttrs with cold! at Indianapolis witji relatives near Greentown ams. Willard Horton is his home suffering complications. ) Mr. and Mrs! Jesse Romack and Mr.- and Mrs. Lewis Lindsay spent Sunday afternoon with friends at Young America. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tyner and for a few weeks. " • Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Hughes of Bloomington spent the week end with home folks and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Phillips son Max of Kokomo were Sunday! autl daughter Coleen were Son- evening guests of Mr. Tyner's! day tUnner KUests ,,f Mrs ' rwI parents Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Tyner.; n " s ' mot _ her . ' Mrs ' r - M - Riae ~ Mr. and Mrs. Reed Huckstep of Center, were the Sunday dinner guests' of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Huckstep. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Tyner were Sunday dinner guests of Harry- Dollin3 and family of Peru. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Pr.ul Tyner ajid son Max, of Kokomo. • Mr. anil Mrs. Tom Meadows and family of near Hemlock, spent Sunday at the Fnmcis Romack home. j_ Mrs. Cleoii Meister and son of Kokomo spent Wednesday night and Thursday with Dr. and Mrs. Lynn Herrori and daughters. Dr. Herron and family entertained at dinner Sunday, Glen Johnson near Swayzee. hart of Burlington. Dr. and Mrs:. Luther Roller and- children and Herbert Roller were afternoon guests at the Rinhejrt home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shuck spent -Sunday afternoon at the Good Samaritin hospital at Kokomq visiting Mae Eskridge of Tiem- lock. wlio is suffering with lung fever. '' IIr. and Mrs. Tad ShnpparS and children of Tipton. pperit Saturday [-veiling with Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Carter at the home nf .Mr. and Mrs. Alex CarteV- Other Saturday night: and Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. JaSe Phifcr and daughters'near i?Wd- smith. Fred Tolle spent Sunday after norm with Mr. and Mrs. A. Jf. Stinderford of Kokomo. Mr. Mr. and Mrs: Dalh'.s Hawkin^ .Standerford is very-! ill with heart trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Carter were Smtdny dinner guests of Mr. and of East Hopewell were Sunday guests, of Mrs. Vic Duncan. A Friday dinner litest was Mrs. Walter King of Kokomo. . Mr. and : Mrs. -'Will •'-«•-'-« ' Mrs - °"° K «'« ln »on «*t Elwooil. —and the Worst is Yet to Come Wiinlfiilge and daughter. Naom'.i "enYeitarneil I at Friday- dinner Mrs. George 1 Jarrett, Mrs. Jack Lee und'i daughters of. West Hopewell and Mrs. Earl Jordan and children. Uly Duncan and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Duncan and family or Hussiaville. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Peters iand ; sons motored to Galveston Sunday and were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. McDonald and family. Mrs'. Peters alul Mrs., McDonald celebrated their birth-, day anniversaries. - i Mrs. Anna Duncan and son Robert, wild Claude Carter were Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. | Duncan's father, Noah Shuli of Swayzee. Mr. and Mrs. John Adams were Sunday afternoon guests of their daughter Mrs. >E-d Shuck and j family of Prairie. Mrs. Anna Duncan and son en-, tercained at Wednesday evening' j-supper, Mr. and Mrs. Harve Stuh-' hie and' Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stuh-! The H: and 11. rluli met with Mrs. J. E. Hawkins Thursday afternoon with cithtpen members and two guests! There was special music of Irish songs, stunts and contests. After the program the hostess served refreshments in keeping with S<. Patrick's Dayv-nf carrot find pineapple salad, cheese, wafers -and coffee. Shamrocks wire given as favors. • - ' ' The Home Missionary society of Sharpsville celebruteii its fiftieth jubilee anniversary Tuesdiy evening in the M. E. -hnrch basement. A two course, dinucr was served to members and guests seated at tables decorated in gold and white. Mrs. Keutlall of Koi komo[ was the special speaker of the evening'. Xoti-ic- of Ri-vokini: fatten- of Execution. matter of the estate of :'e ('. Wood. In the Tip- Court. Cause' Kb. In the Geor ton • Circuit i:s. ,i , , , . „. ,. j Notice is hereby given that the ble and. baby of Merlin Ontario, Tipton . clrc „| t CnnTt duu oa rH . Canada, Mr. and Mrs. L. I* day. May I. 1928, held. the pre- Shull and son Glendon and Mr. [tended will of George (J. Wood for iuiiight and revoked the letters, lit execution ou same an appears, ef record in Civil Order Book No. %9 at paeje "!>2 in the records of the and Mrs. Willard Faulkner. Bruce Peters spent Thursday I at Walton on business for the: lumber conipmiy. Tipton Circuit Court. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Waltam ! Witness m.y hand add seat Ms 1th day of May, IRVIN MILLER, . I3ii-l^6-l-12 Clerk. Jiotico to Contructorr. and (laughter of Kokomo Weve Suiiday. diuner guests of Mr. anil Mrs. Will.-Horton. Supper guests were Charles Byfteld of Winamac and .Geo. Byfield of Indianapolis, j- ... Mr. anil, Mrs.. Clarence Roller! Notice is hereby given thai J I and children were Sunday dinner! wil1 receive sealed bids or piSofO- euests of Mr and Mrs Rav! 8aIs for the ct >nstrncti9n Ot guests of Mi. and Mrs. KB > TUonlaa Roge r S , e t aL dlteh, >- Blackford.of Cicero. • , rated in Wildcat arid Liberty -Mrs.- Cliff Watson and . soil; I townships, Tipton county," IrfM of Grlentown were the dinncriana, at the county surveyoriMff- guests Wednesday of Mr. and fl ? etheTc0 " rt 6 ° US ?l, f «^Sa*? „ >. , of -Tipton, Indiana, until Satatdar, Mrs. Goe. Kirkpatrick. Mr. Kirk- Mapdh ; 2 , ^j,, at 3 p J ^ Patrick is slowly improving after The plans anif speciricattaif n»> a[ siege.'qf rheumatism. Mr. and^ Mrs. L. Ol Horton of near. Ekin spent Sunday evening In the.Esko WeBttall home. I [-:'- Hr.[. and; Mrs, Ed 'Stewart and family of*.. Kokomo v were' Sunday dinner gUASts ot Mr> and - Mrs. Geo. Kirkpatrick. Evenings guests wer[e. Clyde ! VanBlair^, of E)wood ^and^Ilma. Kirkpatrick:' ot. : Tipl snid drain are on lile ila-therte Of' the auditor of Tipfom- BlfSders -will be reqa mlt with their bids |a the nam of(:|p tfoned that the snccrn or bidders, will enter tract according tct.pli ciScatlons fors*!^ b,6nir ror said i rap«riiiteiid«or>-i mm

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