The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 15, 1930 · Page 8
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Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 15, 1930
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• vi FOR SALE OR TRADE REAL- ESTATE FOR FOR SALE—Corn, Call 34SG. hay ana . oats. c-167 SALE;—Bronze turkey, eggs, 25e each. Kempton telephone 1627. P-16G- FOR SALERNO. 5 Underwood; a WANTED—Hay, any kind; will pay highest price. Call Fred Leach, Atlanta, Ind. Reverse telephone chaYge. p-168 FOK- SALE—Good 5 -rooin house, garage. 2 lots, workshop; .mortgage S700; will itrade equity for good car. Leavell & Fuller. C -1G7 FOK SALE—I offer for sale my . home at 129.-Nonit West street.1 ' as 1 expect to move into a| heated apartment. IIrs. Geo A. Leatlierman. c-16'i real bargain at $35. une Press. The Trib-j WANTED — House cleaning aiijtj tf ; ' rug beating. Call Mrs. Ed Mur-j — : | phv, North Poplar St. p-167 OR SALE—400 bushels of com.! * • • •- • . ! Mrs. William Webb. Phone\ WALL PAPER . cleaned satisfac-j 32X1. : p-IGS j torily; .have canvas. L. M.J Clark. Phone 2295. c-182- 1 FOR SALE-—Semi-modern 5-room houses easy payments. Roy Purvis, real estate agent. c-tt FOR SALE— Columbia new. Roy agent. '; -Semi-modern home, a veil u e, pra elica 11 y Purvis, real estate c-lf OR SALE—At-auction, Friday,! at 1:30 p. m., household goods ! WANTED—Customers'for the A.. of W. L. Wood,s, 242 N. East; street; everything, goes; iff- j eludes antique kolid walinnt ta-j 1 tie. electric washer, ' Globe j range, etc. Tipton Auction Co. j c-lGS! i FOR RENT i Nash all wool made to measure, suits and topcoats for men and young men; §23.50; -can bring; samples to your home any time- during the day or evening for youi' inspection. W. E. Wells^ 112 West Adams St. Phone 1223. , c-lSS; FOR RENT—2 furnished rooms. 216 .Oak street. Phone 31 SO. c -l 70-NOTICE FOR SALE—90 acres, one of Tip• ton county's best farms: 4 miles east of Tipton: extra tine improvements; $2,500 cash, balance terms: no trades. Roy Pujrvis, real qstate agent. c-tf FOR SALE i PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Fries. John D. Smith. Phone 1SX2. c-tf FOR SALE — Hampshire male pigs. W. Doversberger it Son, route 5. Klwood. p-175 FOR SALE — Kiln dried white " seed corn at 51 .50 per bushel. Tipton Milling Co. c-iGG MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT—-'4-room apartment,] modern, west side square. W. j T. Harding. c-tf i I will begin my piano class. May 5; those interested and wishing lessons Phone 17i Helen Clark, Kempton. c-lCS FOR RENT—House, i bath, 909 N; Main, or 4529. — — LADIES—Get .your Shelton per-: rooms and | maneut W ave at the Polly Prim berculosis, and; same. Phone 36-it FOR RENT—Three semi-modern furnished rooms. 317 North East. Phone. 1.1 St. '.= , c-tf FOR RENT — Two unfurnished rooms. Phone 4267. c-167 P"OR .RENT—Modern rooms; hot water heat. Miller Hotel, Tribune Bldg., E. Jefferson St. tf Shoppe; 583. be satisfied. Phono c-l 6 RADIO SERVICE—We specialize on experi. service work on all makes of sets: full line tu batteries, etc. McJunkiri Radio Shop. Phone 20X7. c-tf FOR RENT—Furnished two : rpom apartment; private entrance. Phone 4177. 210 Oak street. ' .. c-166 FOR SALE—Reed Yellow Dent < FOR RENT—Modern home, East seed corn. . Carl Phone Windfall. Woismilier, .p-170 FOR SALE—Duroc male hog,,IS months. Otto Breitweiscr. Phone 34XS. c-169 FOR SALE—Nine feeding shoats; • reasonable. U. S. Norris. Phone 2-19.-).- e-169 FOR SALE—Michigan white seed potatoes, grade 2; SOc per bushel. '.Phone 2X2. c-tf FOR SALE—Two corn planters, one with fertilizer attachment; prices reasonable. William Kindling. c-tf FOR SALE—Five good used tiros and tubes, size 31x1; cheap. John Rirhards, :li>34 North .Alain. Phone 34VO.?, c-l 6.6 FOR SALE — Baderibch's baby , chick starter, $4:10; Sunflower egg mash. '?2.95; Reef , brand oyster shell, $1.00 poi; cwt. , Fear-Campbell Co. I c-tf Jefferson street; "will lease for one year. Roy Purvis, real estate agent, i c-tf FOR RENT—5 rooms, bath, laundry, .furnace and garage; first iloorj two blocks' from town; very desirable. Phone 140 before .5 o'clock. c-tf FOR RENT—Choice office rooms, also light housekeeping rooms, modern, Masonic Opera House , Blok. Inquire of Charles Warne, secy. Phone 271. ! tf FOR RENT—6-acre chicken farm at crossing Windfall pike on .Hub highway; half mile west of Holibs; annual rental, $200; monthly rental,. $18.00. 'I. M. O'Banion. tf FQR RENT—Part or all of C. J. Kige'r residence, semi - mod- jern; large garden space; 315 N. Independence street. ; Phone (436, Elks Home, ! 7 o'clock oven- ings. tf FOR SALE -Library table. electric sweeper, hot plate, kin-hen table, linoleum, chairs, lawn mower. Phone 3.468, at 4f»9 Columbia avenue.^ . c-l?S FOR SALE — iD 'unn'eld kiln-dried soy beans for planting with corn;; be sure to plant a kiln- dried vigorous bean for a good stand. Tipton Milling Com-' pany; c-l 65 FOR SALE — Ferris best egg strain S. C. White Leghorn pul-, lets, 12 weeks old- will sell at' 80c.'each. SclnMmeier Bros., route 3. Tipton,-lnd. p-lC) I FOR SALE—Fresh cow. calf by \ side; good milker;- Big type Po- 1] land male hog. Carl L. Over* '| dorf. p-168 WANTED CHEEK'S cleaner and paste soap; - not injurious to hands or fabrics; $1 bottle makes 15 -gal; Ions of cleaning paste; will de : . liver; fine for housecleaning of all kinds. John 'A. Schmittj Phone 2592. c-169 LOST AND .FOUND STRAYED—14 months black and while Holstein heifer from Robr bert McCarty's farm Thursday; Atlanta phone 7 on 103. c-167 LOST OR STRAYED—Black rat 1 terrier, white spots; answers tp name "Peggy." Robert Herj on, Phone 3576. c-lGI MONEY TO LOAN FEDERAL FARM LOANS at <6M4 per cent; . pre-payment privilege. D. S. Phares. c -tf PLENTY OF MONEY AT 5 % pe cent, from' 1 to 10 years, with pre-payment priviliges; best loan in the state. Standerford & Standerford. . ••' } c-tl FARM LOANS — Best loans in suite, 5 to 20 years; interest annual or semi-annual with full payment privilege. Fielding &j Fielding. 1 c -tf SHAKI'SVIIJLK. WANTED — Girl for Phone 2230. housework, c-tf STARTED heavy, breed chicks; one week, 14a*, two weekis, 16c; 'three weeks, 18c; four jweeks, j 20c; sorted-goo'd before selling; jhundreds in each age; all doing /good;; they will please you; come; can not be shipped; open every day and evening. Hoosier Hatchery, Michigantown; ilnd. I c-167 NEW RKICBS -+ Barred. White and HuTf Honks: Red*; '> 'While i Wyim-. . doltes; Burr Orjilnalons; $12 per lot); $57:50 »V 600; *110 p .jr 1.000. . . , White .and *13ro>wi I -OBhomuTiMn mm m For Sale or Trade: 1928 Esse* coach; 1926 Oakland sport roadster; 1926 iDodge sedan; 1926^ Jewett coach; 1924 Hup •'• eoupe. ••• • i --I SERVICEMOTOR 00: Phone M. ,1»2# Mr. and Mrs.' Charles Lanibert- son received word Tuesday evening of serious .burns to their .son. Clemon Lambertson, of Elwood. He is at the Mercy hospital.;. Mr. and Mrs. Lambertson spent Wed-| ncsd'ay in their son's home. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Smyser and] son Billy Bob, of Kempton, spent Saturday night with Mr. and'Mrs. Roy Lee and children, and Wednesday with her mother, Mrs. Ida Lindsay. , Mr. and Mrs. Howard Umfrey spent Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wood, 1 of Mt. Lebanon. Mr. and Mrs> Wood were Sunday dinner guests- of Mr: and Mrs. Umfreys. Other: guests were Mr. and, Mrs. iCenneth Reeder. • Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Carter 'and children • B ^pnt '.Tuesday evening' with Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert IPaven- port, of Koktfmo. kins and chiidren. i Mrs. Taylor| Miller' and son Gene were Wednesday eveniiig guests of herj sister, Mrs. Dalei Land, of Kokonio. i !' .' Mr. and Mrs. Lewis ^Lindsey were Sunday dinner gnests of her parents, Mr. arid Mrsi' Will Paugh of Kokomo. j ' I | ; Paul Wallace returned to his home at Sheridan Tuesday afternoon, after several weeks' visit jin the Clarence Horton home. | i Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Snyder and son Jack, of Young, America, were Sunday dinner: guests of his parp puts; Mr. and Mrs. Brook Snyder and daughter Mary, i' !'| i I ' •" i; ' j j Mrs. Fred McCarty, Mrs. Wilp iard Horton a|nd son Billy and Mrs. Clarence jHorton spent JVed- jiesd'ay, afternoon with- Mrs. Oscar Wallace and !cl' iidrenl of Sheridan. Mrs. Wallace; is suffering with tu- remains about the \ Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hoffman, of Tipton, spent Saturday night jind Sunday with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Will Nieman. .' | ; Mr. and Mrs. Tomj Warner and daughters entertained at Sunjday dinner, Mr. arid Mrs. Carl' War- I • .1 i . \ • • ner, of Kokomo. ; i i Mrs. Frank |Barlow and Mrs. Lottie Batchelor spent Saturday |.o Monday with Rev. and Mrs. Ellis Cole of Blpomihgtou. I J Mr: and Mrs|. jClarence Hoffman and daughter, of near Russiavllie, spent Saturday evening with Mrs. pielissa Hoffm: n. ], I j ; Mr. and Mrs. Ed W^estfall enter-; tained at .Saturday rdinner. Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Graham and son, Mr. and Mrs. Esko Westfall and son, Nelma Ma^e Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lee and children; Mrs. Will Niemanj spent Wednesday with her' mother, and sister, Mrs. Jake j Hoffman and Mrs. Dallas Luttrelll of Tipton. : Relatives- anjd friends received word Saturdayj morning of .the birth, of a baby boy| to Mr. arid Mrs. Park Glllispie, jof Kokomo. weighed 8 pounds, Sunday E dinner, Everett 11a Carroll and; sons nd Ernest, of Kokomo. i :- : 1 Mr.; and Mrs. Harry Summers Lima, p., The little one and is named Lewis ! Mrs. Anna T^ner, Becker, assisted by Mrs. Amy Herbert, entertained the Women's home missionary society in Mrs.. Tyiier's home Tuesday- afternoon. Thirlteeu members and Mrs. Dorn Adalms and Mrs.. Marj- shall McCoy, guests,j ,were presj- ent. Refreshments of j sandwiches; coffee and wafers wer£ served 1 . Mrs. Melissa Hoffman, with Mr.! and, Mrs. Clarence Hoffman arid daughter, of near Russiaville, were (ham and children, of Indianapo- Sunday dinner'—•—*--* -ii""- !—--- «>'.--'— I —.j . I J guests of Mr. and; family; ' ' I ! Mrs. Everett Shuck and of Jonesborb. .. . , Mrs. Esko Westfall spent Tuesday in Kokomo visiting relatives) The following members of the Congenial club met -with Mrs: Francis Romack Wednesday after-noon: Mrs. Ruby Broyles, Mrs.! Meredith Norris,' Mrs. Elsie Grayson, Mrs. Marti a Day,' Mrs. Thel-!! ma Jean Cirnniugham, Mrs*. Lulaj Rebecca t the hendera9n > lkrs| Hase^j Alexander,IScomo Mrs. Inez Miller, Mrs. Charleojn!I..-Mrs; Jarrert-and Mrs. Leth'a Wilburn.| Euchre was the game of the aft-i ernoon and Mrs. Inezi Miller won j bless and children,! near Kemp the prize and Mrs. Ruby Broyle3 Ion and Mrs. Charlean Jarrett won the!< prizes in contests ar.d Mary Purvis,! of -|vere Sunday evening guests of Mrs. Dessie Purvis and Mr. and Mrs. R .iE. Norris and son. ' Mr.j and Mrs. Bruce Peters and son Rex spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. I Charles Martin, of Windfall. } ; ''" • I ; ! O. H. Hughes, | of Richmond spent jthe week erid here with relatives: and friends. .!;.-' Mr. and Mrs. Fred To He -and liaughter Eva attended the funeral! of Tilly" Warren Sunday morning at Hemlcfi!k. |! : . Marcella Huttp was th'e week end giiest of Mr. and Mrs]] Lester Warner and sons; of near Windfall. Other Sunday- dinner; guests jwere Mr. and Mrs. Uhl Hutto and daughter Mary Lou. | Mr.; and Mrs. Alex Carter and Mr. and Mrs. 'Eidmond Carter entertained Sunday}: afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Tad Shuppard and son of [Tipton, Mrs. M#yr Shook , and, daughter Bertha.: , Mr: and Mrs. Jesse Carter Adams, «Mr. ner and Mr. and. Mrs. children entertained Mrs. dinner Mr. and bf Kokomo and Jjr. and Mrs lor Miller and son Gene. Brilce Peters spent Saturday; at Marion calling on friends Mr. and Mrs. Lora Wilbnrin were Sunday dinner' guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Harold iand dajugliter Virginia, of Monticello. Mr; and Mrs. rick entertained ner, Mr. and Mr Patrick and fami and Allen Kirkpatrick, of Tipton s. Norval; Jones and Mr. and Mr and baby, of Kokomo. George Kirkpatrick is riot so well, j He is suffering witll rheumatism. Wayne Beamojt, : of, Lafayette, spent jthe week end; with his parents, Mr. and Mrs;. Clyde Beaman MrJ and Mrs. Lewis Lloyd entertained Sunday and at Sunday Dale Land, Tay- l |George Ivirkpat- at Sunday 1 din- is.; Walter! Kirk- fly,] Martin,Long afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. George (jlannon arid Fred Lloyd; of Elwood:, Ham" I Lloyd and 'soil, of Richmond, and "• Jot Colviii, of Curtisville'. Mr. iand and ; Mrs. William Ramseyer, of Groomsville, werej Friday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd. •'. Mr. and ^s. Noel Todd jand daughters; of near Windfall, -|vere Sunday dinner guests of his mother, Mrs.^Mae Todd. j I Mr.j and' Mrs. Gilbert .Davenport, of Kokomo and Miys, Aubrey pra- lis, were Sunday evening gtiesis of Mrs Rebecca Carter! | % . Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Beaman attended the funeral of', Tilly Warien at Hemlock Sunday morning, 2nd' were'dinner guests': of Mr. and Mrs. Whigie Beaman. Othe.r dinr ner .guests were [Bill • Pratt and! Wayne Beaman, of Lafayette. Mrs Ed Westfall and Mrs. Ray ee attended a missionary cabinet leeting Friday afternoon at Mo- (parter. was. Saturday night and Sunday dinner 'guest of Mr. knd ;Mrs.j iDelta I I Mrs: Jane McCarty entertained Mrs. Hazel ^Vl -i. at Sunday dinner,'! Mr. and Mrs. cxanderwon in |the egg hunt. Re-! John Meister and family and Mr. freshments of ^ananal and-lettuce j and Mrs. Rssell Fisher and fanv- salad, sandwiches and| coffee werej'jly, of ; Kokomo, ar^d Mr. and Mrs. served. In two weeks the club! pari McCarty.-and I children: I ; will meet, with I Mrs. [Letha Wil-l! . Mrs.h Olade Wattam and daughter. ofKokonip, spent a few days .^ill-liip'kOTJ^sf^miljr.;-.:."!. i'• .. : li.;:'. t-i guest b^n. ]i Mr. and jMraj jUly jDucan and children, i were Sunday guests' o( Mr. and Mrs. Art Chase and son. were; Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Minnie Hamilton. .After'n'o'oA guests were Mr. and Mrs.' Alva Swinney and Mr. and'Mrs. Claude Gritton, 6t near LeisureV Mr. arid Mrs. Paul, Tyner and son Max,| of Kokomo, were Satur- : day evening supper g,uests of Mr. Tyner's parents, Mr. an.d Mrs'. O. P. Tyner. ; Mr. "and Mrs. Jesse Carter, Mrs, Rebecca Carter, - Mr: and Mr». Taylor Miller, Mr. and Mrs. John and Mrs, Harry Ty- j-Gus .Paul attended the exhibit . at Prairie Sunday afternoon. • - it- Mrs. Hayes Sleeth and daughter Anna -Lou,, of Kokomo, were Thursday guests of Mr.j and Mrs.! J. E: Hawkins. Mrs. Sa[m Ballen- bocker, of Ft. Wayne,. spent tthe week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.; Hawkins. Mrs. Velma- Pratt; returned home Saturday after spending a few weeks with her daughter, MrJ and-Mrs.' Ralph Day,: of Goldsmith. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Owens spent the Jweek end- with Mrs. Owens' mother, Mrs. Hattie Luse, of near McCordsville. F. L. Keel, was the Sunday afternoon guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Scudder, of Russiaville.. Dr. and Mrs. Lynn Herrori arid, daughters were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orval Law-; son and family, of Marion. . Mrs. Geprg.e Horton and son,.of Ft. Wayne, jspent Tuesday and' Wednesday 'with- her parents, Mr., aud Mrs. Ben Cage. There wilT be a reception for the Rev. W. C. Montgomery Thursday evening at the M. E-, church. .Everyone is welcome to come. There •will be music arid refreshments;" . Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyner spent Sunday afternoon in-the Cash Tyner home near Prairie Center. M^.' and Mrs. John Rarey,- of Kokomo, were Sunday afternoon suests of her father, Frank Adams, j ' • ;-•••' Mr. and Mrs. Will Alexander and jMrs. Laura" Collins spent Sunday afternoon with Mr^and Mrs. Jwill Rust, of-near Kempton. Hazel Cage, of Huntington, spent the week end with her patents,: Mr, and Mrs: Ben Cage. Other Sunday guests were Mr. arid Mrs. | Charles DewUt ' and , Mrs,'. Mary Dewitt, of near Windfall. ] Rev. and Mrs.. Ralph Graham and son, of Greentown, were the Wednesday evening!, guests of-Mr and Mrs.'Ed Hoffman and!daugh ter Velma. : Nellie Herron and .Marjory Wooldridge? of near Jackson; were j the' diner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. WilJ Alexander, Mrs. Will Rust, of near Ke'mptori, was a Sunday night ^uest. 1 Mri and Mrs. J.. J^ Batchelor entertained at a .teachers' Easter •party; 1 Friday evening- Mr! "and Mrs. Ralph Phillips, Velma •Hoffman, Elmyra Rush, Mr. and 'Mjfsf Fred Leap, Mr.' aud Mre. Victor Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Olin . VHTJ Horn; Phila Wunder, Alice, Stage, Julia Mason and Miss Dunn. T.:e evening;was spent in contests -liici games, and prizes' were given in honor, of. Easter. Refreshments and decorationB were - in keepiag with the' season. - f '] Mrs. Jennie Newlin, of Koko mp, spent Wednesday nigh: withj Mr. and: Mrs. Will WoKMrtdgej and family. ; -. I Mr.] and Mrs.: Ross Brqyles ar.d children entertained i at Sunday, d 'inn'eV M». and Mrs. Charles Sam-; sit. and Mr. and Mrs. Clark: Tilus,i of, QaWeston.' apd I Mr. and Mrs.' iiester 1 Samsel, of Peru. -i Valms 'HoCman. entertained at ajjbrjdfre. party .Ttursday- evening,. Elmyra Rush, Mrs. Victor Owens, Irene McCoy, Mrs. Ruby Broyles, Frankie and Edith McDaniels-and Gladys Puckett, of .Kokomo. Rc- freshmerits and prizes were in keeping with Easter. , 1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Graham and son's, Of Tipton, were Sunday afternoon guests of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Will- Nieman. Mrs. Ollie Broyles and daughters entertained at Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grayson, of Peetsville. .Mr. and Mrs. Francis Romack and sbn : Joe moved Thursday to \Vindfall where; he is employed. Mrs. Anna Dtican and Mrs. Wil- Administ ration. Notide is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed l,y the Judge of the Circuit Court of Tipton County, State of. Indiana, exjecutor of the estate of Leininger, late of Tipton ileseased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. EDWARD ,1. LEININGEK. 4, 1930. Executor. ID & (J IF FOR I), . fneys. 16.6-72-78-84 John Pi county April GIFFO Atto \otice In the additj certa jto Taxpayers of Additional Appropriations. matter of determining the ional appropriations for jin purposes by!the City of Tipton. Indiana. Before the Collision Council. e is hereby given the-tax|of the City of Tipton. Tip- nty. Indiana that the prop- otficers of said mtinicipal- their regular meeting place ' 18th day of April. 1930. •wider the following addifippropriations: GENERAL FL'NI). Mr. and Mrs. Will Wooldridge' city cierk: willnipve Monday to the Pumph-! 3. supplies rey .property. - ; i cjtv °| lard Faulkner, and daughter spent I f ? oti Sunday afternoon with Mrs L ' z "jton lou- • Carr of Kokomo. ' er i ec ., Mrs. Ed Hochriieister . returned jity, at to'.herj home at W r akarusa Satur -|Oii the ' will t-o day after a week here with Luther Roller and family. Dr. ! tional Mr. and Mrs. Wayman Barr and family are moving to 'the Mrs.! Lewis Becker property, near the ii 'oli G •!. Ml Mrs. Ed Hoffman'anil! 5 Howard Umfrey home. 2. t Marion and Dan Adams have; !' t! bought the home;of George Kirk-! pa'trick and will move Into it j May 1. Mr. and daughter Velma entertained- at | Sunday dinner Mr.,and Mrs. Ar-| thur HUggler and_sons, of nearl Jacksprt and Rev. C. W. Montgomery, j I Mr. and Mrs.. Clarence Horton| entertained at a; chicken dinn-sr! Sunday Mr. and Mrs..Fred McCai-j ty arid MrJ and ifrs. Wlllard HoiJ- tonarid children-.: The dinner w-as in ice •easurer: Sitpplies Office Department: Jiitract ural h|i.n pair of ciiuipuieut "ill. 00 rvi, e .'!. Supplies neral aterial P>tiilding irrent Charges. * . ml' ! npertics ' uipment, general epartment 1. Personal service Salaries temporary. ' 2. Contractu™ 1 service 2.">0.00 K .IJ.00 2 »ii.l )0 2.1.00 30.00. 6011 .00 ! 51(0.00 Ri pair of ciiulpmeiit -ilOO.OO Supplies neral Properties Kij honor, of Oleen Horton's 9th j Street birthday anriiversary. .Evening guests, were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ramseyer and: daughter Annii Mae, of Kokomo. Mrs.-Clarence ;Roller and children entertained: at Friday dinrjj per, Mrs. John Balentine and soni of Tipton. : , : • Mrs. Anna -Duncan and sonj Robert and Mrs.:L. L. Shull and son Gletidon attended the art exhibit Friday evening at Greeti- to.wn. ! Mr. and Mrs".-Will" Wooldridgp and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.' a^id Mrs. George Jarrett, of West - Hopewell.Oili­ er dinner guests jWdre Mr. and Mrs. -Jack Lee.and daughters,- and Russell Morrison, of Prairie Center. . John Hawkins, of Russiaville, spent; .Wednesday and Thursday -with Mr: and Mrs. .John Hutto. Mrs.'.-Homer'Emenhiser, of Koko- Sa nipnii'iil. general lepari ineiit. rson;il service : lai'ies and «;i^(!s. temporary Supplies (it tieral i_1. Materials Ripair parts ieallh and ("harilies 1. Personal service Sa laries Si pplies General ! Memorial Day Donation. Band Qpnrerts Stale Gasoline Tax Fund. Personal Service 1. S: Materia laries and wares Is Street ami alley _ . mo, was a dinner guest Thursday in the Hutto.home. j jimmie Emenhiser returned to his home at Kokomo after a week j with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs. John Hutto and daugh: ter Vivien. Economical Transportation You mort than save the first year's depreciation in any of the cars listed below: - One 1929 Chevrolet Standard Coupe. One 1929 Durant Coupe with rumble seat, j One 1929 ford Model A Standard Coupe !' One 1928 Chevrolet;Sport Coupe One 1928 Whippet Fordor Sedan , : ' One 1928 Ford Model A Koadster i ' One 1926 Essex Coach | :! One 1926 Ford Coach L Tipton Mala Motor Co. .ino. 1 *0' 200 .00 mo.oo lllll.uO lf.o.oo 2.">.00 125.00 100.00 500 .00 500.00 500.00 Properl ies 2. Ei|it!pmont Mtitor l.ono. 00 Complete detail of budget estimate, nay be seen in the office of i the city clerk. T.-ixpiyi-rs appearing shall have the right to he heard thereon. Ten ov mni'f taxpayers feeling themselves : ggrieved by such additional appropriations, may appeal to 'the Stale Board o£ Tax Commis- Isioners for further and fina/artion thereon, by filing a petition there­ for wit i the county auditor, and the state board will fix a date of hearing in this city. Dated April 8. 19S0. IRENE FINLKY, 160-166) City Clerk. vffle

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