The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 26, 1930 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, March 26, 1930
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TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADS FOE SiliLE OR TRADE REAL ESTATE FOR SALJ3 —60 acres, good improvements; priced right. Roy. Purvis, i' c-tf FQR SAL:3 OR EXCHANGE — - Good dcuble in Tipton for Tipton coui:ty farm. Roy Purvis, tf i FOR SALlS OR TRADE—5-roora house, real bargain, if taken quick; Isee E. A.' Foster, -with Leavell i& Fuller. c-tf RADIO SERVICE—We specialize . 1 j • on expert service work on all FOR SALE — Several hundred! „ makes of sets; full line tubes, bushels good feeding corn. W. [ batteries, etc. McJuhkin Radio A. Dennis, half mile east ofi- Shop. Phone 20X7. c-tf Windfall. Phone 582. p-151 j : — — FOR TRADE—• Nice cottage on improved street for 20 acres. Roy Purvis. tf FOR RENT FOR RENT—Garage, 465 North; Main. Phone 1424. c-tf; FOR TRADE—Modern home for FOR RENT—Modern house, South' Tipton county farm. Roy Pur- Independence. Phone 262. Delia Roode.'i c -tr VIS. tf! FOR SAL3—Farms; 5, 20, 21, 64. SO, 140, 145, 15S, 160 and 245 acres; if interested see First Nation:)?! J Insurance Co., Opera * House ' Block. Phone 271 or 1302. : c-150 FOR SAL;;E or. will trade for Tip- tou property, well-fenced five acres, >Hth good' S-rooni house, barn, poultry houses,- fruit and driven jvell, close to Tipton; must s<;ll at once to get possession tliis spring^ Leavell & Fuller. J- '" ~ • c-150 FOR SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Feed cooker, good as new; price 55. Ray Moore. Phone 130. , ' ' c-152 FOR SALE—John iDeere 12-inch: stag g-iarig plow and disc harrow, sfagle or double. Preston Hufferii Sharpsville. . p-149 FOR SA;L.E—One 10-ft. all display IjlcCray meat case; first class jiondition; see Warfel & Small,i> Atlanta, U\d. p-153 FOR RENT—House bath, 909 N. Main or 4229. TRUCKING- 5 rooms andj ing; live Phone 36 j. C-tf,' All kinds of ' truck- stock a specialty, Phone Clyde Balser, 1149,. or George Balser, 1624. p-154 FOR RENT — Apartment in Vir-! LADIES—See Katlierine K, the ginia Flats. W, L. Berryman, i •204 N. Independence. ' c-tf; FOR RENT—Garage at 408 North | Independence street. Mrs. Lee Moore, Phone 342S. c-150 i new slenderizing figure control, the latest mode" In corsets. Phone 1362 or see.Mrs. 13. 'M'elt- lin, graduate corsetiere, 227 N. West. ' c-152 FOR RENT—Two modern rooms,; furnished or unfurnished. Phone \ 4276. c-150! FOR RENT—One 6-room and one 4-room house; good location. Phone 2426. !' c-tf FOR RENT—Modern rooms;, hotj water heat. Miller Hotel, Trib-j une Bldg., E. Jefferson St. tf FOR RENT—40 acres, rent all orl by field; 3 miles west of Wind-j I BARGAIN PRICES on all started chicks for week of March 24 to I 31; week old, 16c; two weeks, IScfjthree weeks, 20c; four! weeks,.22c, straight; no reduction for quantity; no free feeders; thousands in all ages; these are good, strong . chicks, not culls or sorted over; come; can not be shipped; first, in, first served; open every day and evening. Hoosier Hatchery, Michigantown. * c-150 fall. W. T. Harding. c-tf LOST AND FOUND FOR RENT — jModern sleeping j LOST—Black German police pup; room for one or two gentlemen, | answers (o name "Rex;" re- FOR SALE — vines.!; Phone 11X3. close in; one-half block of court house; private family; no children. Phone 3212. c-152 FOR RENT—SO acres, old 'Iuiiis Purple clenmtisV . farm, on Range Line; rent by p-149 FOR SALE—Wagon, corn planter *' and dijjc, practically-new: Cliiit Berry, 522 North Ash ^street. Phone ,1126. j p-150 FOR SAjL,E — Child's mahogany rockiiij: i chair and draperies. Mrs. !?. N. Ramsay, -j Phone 1537. . : 152 FOR SALE—Two tons timothy. 2 tons clover, good shape, j-'John Laudie; 411 South. Independence, i; . j p-149 FOR SALE — Pure bred jWhite Rock (sggs for hatching^ . also mixed hay; 1 Oliver sulky 16- inch plow. Ray Quellhorst. Phone 1-2X5.. | c-149 field .for oats, corn and soy beans. Minnie J. Riffe. Phone 13S9, Windfall. p-151 ward.' Phone 3294. c-152 MONEY TO LOAN FEDERAL FARM LOANS at 5 % per cent; pre-payment privilege. jD. S. Phares. ; c-tf FOR RENT—Farm of 40 acres 'one-half mile north of the Shiloh church, Jefferson township; write Leroy C. Glass, 514 North State street, Ann Arbor, Michigan: c-153 FOR RENT—Part or all of C. J. Kiger residence, semi - modern; large garden space; 315 N. Independence street. ' Phone 436, Elks Home, 7 o'clock evenings. ' p-152 WANTED FOR SAI»E OR TRADE—Twenty splendi:! Victrplas, on payments or for jjsed furniture; also fine player biano and all kinds of good furniture. Bockovtjr. c-150 FOR SAliS —Goose eggs from large <;tock. Mammoth, Toulouse afld Embdeu. Phone 384 Windfall. iw. S. Trimble. j i; - ' • c-150 j WANTED—^Garden spading, rug cleaning, or odd jobs by high school boy, after school or Saturday. .Phone 4330. p-149 PLENTY OF MONEY AT 5% per cent! from 1 to 10 years, with pre-payment priviliges; best loan in the state., Stari'derfbrd & Standerford. c-tf Mr. and Mrs. Venr Stage ot Bluff ton, Ohio, visited the week *Sid with relatives in Arcadia and Atlanta. ' -v. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Long and son Jay,, were Mrs. Nancy Long ana ^on Irvin, Mrs." Winnie Wibel jChas Hughes and Jerome Carr. ' Mrs. Emil Smith of Tipton and Mrs. Gladys Warfel were Indian apolis visitors Wednesday. / Mr. and Mrs, Wayne Farley moved their household effects from Anderson Saturday and will- occupy the house on. John street' belonging to Mrs. Maud Hon of. Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fox an daughter Norma Jean of Auder son were Sunday'' dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fox ana family. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Lon and son Jay were Monday suppe. guests of . Mrs. Anna McDonald of_ Sheridan. •Mr. and Mrs. John Leouar and Mrs.' Ed Leonard motored to Anderson Sunday afternoon where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. George Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur- Tremepohl and Mrs. Willard Foster. Other guests weri Mr. and Mrs. Ed Alexander Noblesville. ;Sunday .afternoon guests Mrs. Rebecca Aldridge daughter Cora aiid John William Fox wer Mr. Schuyler Wolford and Mis: Gertrude Thompson of Shilo, Mr. and Mrs. Vera Stage" of Bluff ton Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fox o Anderson, Mrs. Dessie Geotel and I Tom Dickey of Arcadia. Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Snyder were Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Reynolds and son of of FARM LOANS -T- Best Uwns in siate, 5 to 20 years; interest annual or semi-annual with full payment privilege. Fielding & Fielding. >c-tf Whorton of Trafalgar' and MisF Margaret Snyder of Butler • coi lege Indianapolis. "Mr. and Mrs. Wm. .Hinsbaw and daughters of Windfall -were Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Shirl 'Walton and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Menden hall son David and daughter Pat- Irjcia Ann of Kokomo called the home of Mrs. Fred- Paul f Sunday evening. j Mary Esther Lewis of Cicero Rastus (stumbling upstairs at 3 j visited the week end with her Do bid "gray mare she, grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Pete: the Daily Wheeze, a. m.): ain't what she used to be." ' • Mandy; (coldly): - "But de white mule still am." old WANTED — Wall paper cleaning and anwodd jobs. Jess Frederick; leave word- at Tribune- c-152 A visiting Britisher savs America^ uses bad English. And some ot the Scotch is terrible, too- FORSAL13 — 'We have'several thousand chicks at greatly re- ( duced prices the next feii'days;' some already started. ;Kempton Hatchery, Keriipfon,- Ind. f c-150 -FOR SAL*] — Girard's Tip-Top chicks;;orders are now being booked jit reasonable prices for quality chicks and expert CUR-. : torn hatching. Phone 61. "Tlp^ ton Hatihery. ,re -tt WANTED — Farmers and others to know I have all kinds- of wagon- repairs, sjngje trees, double trees and everything in this line. Cal Boldon, Binkley Building. c-157 The Caribbean sea, scene of Hie U. S. navy's winter maneuvers, got its name, from a warlike people known as the Caribs- 1 WANTED — Housework. Edith Tunis, Atlanta. p-149 WANTED ^—.Your general black smithing, horseshoeing and pldw work; ( -now at your service. 1 R. F. Miller, south part of ' Atlanta. ' tf FOR ^SAl.E —Badenoch's. Tiafcy chick sorter, .$4.10;' Sunflower] - egg mai^'$2"9S; Reef braiiai oyster, .ihell, $1.00 'per^ewt- FOR BJOJE. i The Charley Venable 1929 BMetxoAch^maroon'coj^rr^low! ^mileage; like new ia everylrer' Fold a hot cloth ardijnd r the mold of jelly and it will Islip' out without sticking. Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Ktc. In the matter of the estate 8T William T. Clouser, deceased. In the Tipton -Circuit : Court, February Term,': : 193.0.-Notice is hereby given that Th*. Peoples State Bank, as executor of the "estate of-William T., Cloiis- er, deceased.ihaaiipreiented/-.and nle4 Hsja'cconnC'and; »ouehersr.lft final settlement of „ «aldwf estate, and that tKefiam'e -will come tfpi„„- „, - ™, , w for examination and actlonot said ' MrB - 9« s - Mw>n ot T »pt?«>. \Mra Lee .Miss Eva Essig and Miss Nellie Lee'- motored to Fortville Sunday. . Mrs. Herman Reynolds of Arcadia visited Wednesday afternoon" with her mother, Mrs. George Hay worth. Mr. and • Mrs. Raymond Mou- gold .and daughter*; Mary Anna wore Sunday guests of Mrs. Rosie^ Phenis and Mr. and Mrs. "John. Plaiii. -Mm. "-Kale. -Dunn and Mrs. Stel la. Kizer .^visited the --week end with Mr. and Mrs. Dewitt Shaw and-family. of Elwood. Mr. and Mrs. Will Teal - entertained at a'birthday dinner Sunday > in - honor-ot;-. their grand-; daughter, Judith Anij /Aldrldge;ot Indianapolis and.. Mrs. Lydia ^Yountz. :It ,WBB also a T«unlon "of four old schoolmates,- wh'lch were Mrs. Laura: CornTof Indianap>>lls t i Floyd Woods and daughters and Clint Woods of Tipton and Mr. and Mrs. Itael Miller df- Omega. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bishop and Miss Mary Bishop were Mrs; Izora Lane and Mrs. Margaret Henderson. Afternoon guest was Mrs. Laura Com of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Perkins and son Eugene visited Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. George Wilkihs and son Roscoe. They found Roscoe's physical condition about the same. Sunday dinner guests of M r and .Mrs. John Mason were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Mason of Tipton. • .Mr. and Mrs. Sani Stafford, daughter, Charlotte and son Paul were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs./Chas Stafford of Mil- Iersbui-g*. Mr. and Mrs. George Snyder, Mrs. -James Caster and son Hershel called on Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hinsbaw at Windfall, Monday. - the purpose of raising funds to send, a delegate to the state convention of the Sunshine' society, which will., be held in, Tipton April 4th and 5th.. The society here was organized a few months ago and is certainly a fine and worthy society for anjr : community. Miss Emily Murphy spent the week end at her home in Noblesville. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Manship had as their Saturday overnight guests, Mrs. Charles Posey, daughter, Juanita arid son, Chas Richard and brother" Roy 1 Posey of Tipton. They were all Sunday- guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Manstlip of East Union. Mr. aiid Mrs. Loyd Warfel moved their household effects from Elwood into the Rome Burton property on John street. Mrs; Margaret Hines of Nevada is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry | Gunst Sr. I Little Herbert Max, soil of Mr. Richard Phillip and Julia ' AML^ MRS PL5YD LONG HAS ^ Walton attended the; basketball | sjck fQr days ^ ^ ;ame-*t Windfall-Wednesday eve-j mach and bowe , [roubl<J niIlg - . f . Mr. and Mrs. Shirl -Small and M«.- Hallie Baden r.etnrned 'j daughteTS were Sunday after . noon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Les home Sunday after a week's visit with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mi's.. Aubrey Gibson of Indianapolis. Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Hayworth were Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Meeks and family. Marcella Plain spent Sunday with. Lavina Butler west of At- '.anta; Friday dinner guests of Mrs. kate Dunn were Mr./and Mrs. Tap Lane and Mrs. Ulysses Phif- ;r. ' ' .'•'••.••' Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wood of Tipton were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ora McNew and family. Rev. J. C. Reynolds wife and son Whorton of Trafalgar were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Kauffmau. Dinner 5uest was Miss Clara Boyer of Tipton. ' Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Dunn were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Whitney Comer of Indianapolis. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank . Hunter • and daughter, Vivian, -were Mr., and Mrs. Leo Egler:ahd sons, Lee, Gene a'nd Noel of Tipton, Mr. Loyd'Kees- ling, son Wayne and .daughter Doretha of Kokomo, Mr. and Mrs: Will Leonard and son Billy. Mrs. Pied Paul, Mrs. Ike Paul and'Mrs. John Leonard attended cooking school at Tipton Wednes-, tiay afternoon. 1 Sunday dinucr guests of Mr. George .Barker and daughter, Daisy were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cary an^l.son, Robert of Walnut Grove, Mr. and Mrs., Charles, Gasho of Albright confmunlty and Mrs. Cora Shirk, ji Mr; and Mrs/ Jack Honnold were Sunday:supper guests of Mr lud Mrs. Will Ramsey of ; Albright. Mr. and Mrs. ward. Spidel were ^Sunday dlnnenguestsof Mr, and Mra!?Norban Spidel and - falm- ilyso^hwestiof Atlanta, iln the OBI THB SVhL BIONinOANCE CV THAT AaMti, February 28; IWty .... |6424«M7 Undivided Profits, February 28,1930 .... IjWU* , TtiKTOlf %VP&W& AND LOAN ABBOOIATIOV THE OUDEOT BAVINOS INSTITUTICIC IS TIPTOW Talk It Over With Oar Secretary, 1. A. Iiewls meeting was opened by singing the hymn, "Blest Be the Tie," with prayer by Mrs. Austin Smith and Mrs. L. F. Ulmer. Song "Send The Light." ..Mrs. Mary Cochran, president ^ of the W. F. M. S. of the M. E. society, gave the welcome, which was responded to <8y Mrs. Katie -Stokes who was the highest point reader and was presented with a gift from Mrs. Cochran. She also received a beautiful handkerchief from Mrs.'Anna Trubaugh of Ohio. A contest" of "Telgrams" was held. Mrs, May-Day Murphy received prize for same. A bananna feeding contest was held which created much merriment,- both con- (f'arisy Leonard: Missionary Dept. Supt.. Bessie Wiggins; Temperance Supt:, Ella Pierce; Junior Supt., Eliza Yontz. ' ' A Change of Pastors. change would be You say that better; I grant it, but here let me say A few solemn words ti» each member. In a^ brotherly. Christian way. Are you sure where the change is most.needed. In the pulpit, or is it in the pew? Is the pastor the one who needs changing? Or my friend, let me ask. is it you? testants winning out. Little Rose- 1 Have you pr.iyed God's blessing mary Smith gave a reading- upon him? which was .appreciated by all.! Have you been helpers to him, Afler an interesting game of! indeed? Bible Baseball was played with; Worked with him. stood by him, Mrs. Marcfa Caldwell's side as| upheld him. winners the meeting was dis-j And ministered oft to his need? missed by Rev. Austin Smith.; Has your plare jn tin- prayer Everyone enjoyed the afternoon; meeting always, of "goodfellowship. - ! Been filled, wheni you knew you The Ladies Aid society of the ; (•oulc! go? M. E. church met at the home of Mrs. Hattie Teal Thursday for an all day quilting. The splendid i pitchin dinner was enjoyed by alii present. Mrs. Maynard Teal was! a guest, for the day. Rev. L. F.' Has the Sunday school iieen brightened By your presence and work—is it so? Have you given ymir means . to the Master? •' ter Foster and family of Noblesville. Mr. and Mrs. W. I.-On- and son of Indianapolis were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr.. and' Mrs. Ike Paul and son Joe. Joe returned home with Mr. and Mrs. Orr for a short visit. -. "Mr. and Mrs. Julius Joseph of Noblesville ' were Monday, afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Shirl Walton and Mrs. ;Anna Rhodes. Oral Teal returned home Friday after 'an eight months • sojourn in Thermopolis, Wyoming. Mrs. Lottie Nance and. Mrs. Lulu Brenton' of Millersburg visited Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. George Hayworth. ' | Richard McNew of Elwood visited Sun'day afternoon' with° Mr. and Mrs. Clinton McNew and family. Mrs. Fred Bishop visited Wednesday with her' mother Mrs. izora Lane of Tipton. - Carmen Keesling of Kokomo. visited the week end with her 'grandparents Mr. and Mrs--Frank Hunter and 'daughter Vivian. . Week end guests of Mrs. Ella Pierce, Were Mrs. A. Lee.and son Junior, a'nd Miss Sarah and Jennie Jones of Marion. ' Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Baden and family, were Carl Ronk and daughter Anna, and Mr; and M,rs. James Petty of Indianapolis. Alonzo Jennings who vhnted with Mr.^aud Mrs. Petty for the past mouth- at Indianapo lis, returned home with them. Miss Mary Jordan of Arcadia visited- Sunday morning with her mother/. Mrs. Elizabeth Jordan. .Mr .iand Mrs-.. -Levi ' WInton .moved Into Mrs. Ora Teal 's property 'across from the M. E. church. • • . : •• * " / Sunday afternoon guests of Nancy ^Brown were John Graham, ot Tipton, Mrs. Lee and son. JuniCr,.: Misses Sarah '.and Jennie Jonea of Marlon. ? „ \%<Vim liadleaof the^T;,M. S ot^the Atljints^M. ,B ; charcl) 1 , en-] 1 : Ulmer and Eugene Perkins were; Not merely a dollar or two? dinner guests. All present spent a; But the twenties, or fifties, or very, pleasant and profitable day. j hundreds. M. E. Church. j In proportion as given to you?' (L. F. Ulmer, pastor.) j If these auestions eaitnot be rc- Sunday school, 9:30 a. m., M. j plied to A. Steckel, Supt. Preaching, j In a truly affirmative way, 10:30 a. m. Subject: "Seeing the! Then I ask who is responsible for Unseen." Svening service at 7 p.! conditions? nr., "The Need o'f a Waste Bus- The verdict must not be delayed., ket.".Since this is the last serv- Ne'er hope that a pastor. the ice in the conference year ' all gifted are ^ invited to attend this service.! As Gabriel fresh from God's Epworth League Sunday 6:15 j p. m. Young and old are always, welcome in the League services, j The Ladies- Aid will meet. Thursday at 1:30 to quilt. Ail'the; ladies are invited. The meeting will 'be in the church basement. J throne. Or mighty as Paul, could accomplish His labors among yiiii. ALONET Albright Chnn-h. (Rev. B. C. Earhart. Pastor.) Sunday school at -9:30; Sunday Prayer meeting Thursday 7 p.! morning service. 10:30. There m. We are pleased with the large! will be no Sunday evening preaih- attendance at prayer Jservice. i '•»*> service. Sunday afternoon -at Come. j 2:00 o'clock, the Willing Work- Junior League Thursday N 7^_ p. I ers class and the Itoyal Workers m. All Juniors have a standing class of the Sunday school, will invitation to any and all these; go to the Tipton infirmary and meetings. j hold services. Choir 'practice Thursday at! T" he Sunday school is preparing 7:45 p. m. A call is sounded forja program for Easter Sunday, all choir members to attend. j and .which will take place Easter The. Gleaner class will hold j morning in connect! m with, the their monthly social at the church j Sunday school. The committee Friday at 7:15 p. m. All Gleaners; having charge of the program and families are invited". j consists of the following: Mrs. Ed The Sunday school elected the! Oyerdof f, Mrs. Fred WoWerton, following officers: Supt., M. A. j Mrs. Warren Yantis. Misses Vera Steckel; Asst. Supt., Ray Wig-j Hunter and Inez Clark will have gins; Sec, Elizabeth Teal; Asst. j charge of the music. Sec, Lucile Fox; Treas., Thur-I Prayer service Wednesday at man Long; organist, Vivian Sells:, 7:30 with Charles Clark as lead- Asst., Estelle Long; Homer Dept. er. Election of trustees will fbl- Supt., Jane Taylor; Cradle Roll, low prayer service. D. L. & W. "Scranton" HARD COAL BURNS JUST RIGHT IN YOUR BROODER STOVE A. Atlanta Phone 84. Arcadia Phone 21.

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