The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on February 11, 1971 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, February 11, 1971
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THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUI 10 BIG DAYS FEB. 10th to FEB. 20th Sale positively ends FEB. 20th! FARM TIRE SALE in FEBRUARY? Makes sense! You have more time, we have more time; our warehouse is full. We have slashed prices to move tire NOW! You can get ready for Spring work now, and save $ $ $. . We guarantee that these prices will not he further reduced this Spring. SALE ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT, February 20, 1971. ' FREE ALL AT THE FREE RAIN BONNETS FOR THE LADIES BAL00NS FOR THE KIDDIES Ttf^ MEMO BOOKS FOR ALL THE MEN COME ON IN AND Guess the weight of "ninbia" live PIG AT THE VMIMe TIPTON STORE CLOSEST GUESS WINS 2 AW IV VYHITE NYLONS 2 nd RECORD PLAYER ^ RA PUNCH BOWL SET In cose of fie. Drawing wifl be held TRACTION TORQUE" • Super pulling power for tough tractor work • Triple-tempered Permacord nylon cord body — built to take rugged punishment • Heavy-duty rim shield of tough rubber for protection against roots, rocks i & stubble 2 For rrr 11.2-24 4 Ply J3.06 12.4-24 4 Ply JJ.74 11.2-28 4 Ply $3.41 2*189°° 14,9-28 4 Ply 13.9-36 4 Ply 12.4-38 4 Ply 13.6-38 4 Ply FET J6.03 J6.21 $5.27 J6.19 2 $ For 12.4-28' 14.9-24 13.6-28 11.2-36 12.4-36 11.2-38 4 Ply 4 Ply 4 Ply 4 Ply 4 Ply 4 Plyl FET $4 .19 J5.28 J5.03 $4 .19 $5.08 $4 .38 2J249 00 16.928 • 13.6-38 14.9-38 15.5-38 6 Ply 6 Ply 6 Ply 6 Ply FET $8.00 $7.70 * All prices plus Fed. Ex. T«x per tire - NO TRADE NEEDED Generous trade-in allowances off above prices when you trade in sound casings. 7 NYLON CORD RIB-HI MILER Tires for Pick-Dps, Panels, Vans and Campers • .Dig and tough to take truck ivork in stride • "Tufsyn": rubber, toughest rubber Goodyear ever used in tires • Long, dependable mileage.; 23 6.50x 16 6 PR Tube-type blackwall Plus $0.00 Fed. Ex. Tax 27 95 7.00x15 6 P.R- Tube-type blaokwall Plus $0.00 Fed. Ex. Tax #> •» 6.70 1 15 6 P R. Tube-type blackwall Plus $0.00 Fed. Ex. Tax TRIPLE RIB R/S FRONT TRACTOR TIRE M Top Quality Features .. . Low. Low Price! * • New Rugged Rim Shield 5.50 > 16 protects lower sidewall RM- i F P d US • r)eeP U ' de cen,er rib Ex Tax fnr easy s,eerin g NO TRADE NEEDED '199° 1*99 1^.6.00116 | W m% Ply plus 98CI •• V 6.00 I 16 |-4 Ply plus 98C| Fed. Ex; Tax NO TRADE NEEDED 90 7.51x15 6 Ply plus $1.51 Fed. Ex. Tax NO TRADE NEEDED FARM TRACTOR BATTERY Goodyear Farm Tractor batteries are built with rugged, hard rubber containers — to resist the shakes and jolts of rough terrain and to protect battery elements in extremes of heat and cold. TRACTWN SURE-GRIP • Extra traction lire for Pickups,Vans, Panels ft i Campers • Built with "Tufsyn" rubber 30 95 POWER TORQUE ... each saw tooth lug takes deap bites for the traction you need 99' • Built for today's' powerful tractors . • 3 :T cord construction • Buttressed lugs get wider as they weat 00 Exchange Price 13.6 x 38 4 Ply. exchange, plus $6.19 Fed. Ex. Tax 15.5 x 38 6 Ply. exchange, plus $7.70 Fed.Ex. 18.4 x 34 6 Ply. exchange, plus $10.64 Fed. Ex. Tax . 6.50 x 16 6 P.R. Tube-type blackwall Plus $0.00 Fed. Ex. Tax NO TRADE NEEDED 1 OTHER SIZES LOW PRICED TOO! 35 95 •7.00 X 15 6 P.R. Tube-typeblackwall Plus $0.00 Fed. Ex. Tax NO TRADE NEEDED 95 27 6.70 x 15 6 P.R. - Tube-type blackwall ( Plus $0.00 Fed. Ex. Tax NO TRADE" NEEDED I GOOD WEAR LIBERAL BUDGET TERMS.., LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS CLIFTON and YOUNCE 123 So. Independence St. TIPTON phone 675-6377 •V. State Road 28 ion ELYVOOD phone 552-3231 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1971 Rain Expected During Weather Warming Trend By United Press International Temperatures climbed above freezing throughout Indiana almost be ore dawn today as the weather-moderated for the second time in a week. " Overnight lows ranged from 25 at Fcjrt Wayne to 29 at South Bend and Terre Haute, and 8 a,m. EST readings included 30 at South Bend and Fort Wayne, 32 at Indianapolis, 33 at Lafayette, 34 at Louisville, 35 at Terre Haute and 36 at Evansville. 1 ' Forecasts called for highs today ranging from 43 to 50 north to 50 toj 56 south, and on Friday from the low 40s north to 50 to 515 south'. o However, it is expected to turn colder-late Friday, paving the way for Saturday highs ranging | from 27 to 41 and Sunday and Monday highs from the 30s jto the 40s.. . ' • A-week ago today and Friday temperatures climbed into, the 50s and up to more than two inches of rain fell. A chance of showers was seen ILlVisTOCK mn Hogs 3 ,400; barrows and gilts * 25-50 higher; 1 and 2, 200-250 lb 21.50 -22.00; 1 to 3; 190-210 lb 20.50 -2i .50; 1 to 3, 210-270 lb 2l.00-2l .75; 2 to 4, 250-300 lb 20.50 -2jl .25; few 3 and 4, 320-350 lb 19 .0JO -20 .00;. sows 25-50 higher; 1 trj '3, 320 -600 lb 18 .00 -18.25; few around 310 lb 18.50; boars steady at 12 .00 -13 .00. , Cattle 600; calves 10; steers fully steady; heifers steady to strong] instances 50 higher; cows and,bulls steady; few high choice) steers with prime end 33.00-33 .50; choice 32 .00-33.00 good ind' choice 30.25-32 .00; good'28.50-30.25; standard and low good 26.00 -28.50; high choice heifers- with prime! end 31.7532 .00;' choice 30.25-31.75; good and choice 28.75-30.50; good 27.50 -2 l 8J5; standard and low good . J25.00 -27.25;. utility and commercial cows 19.50-21.50 high dressing utility 22.00-22 .50; cutferl'8.50-20 .00; canner 15 .0018.50; I utility and commercial Bulls 23 .00 -26 .00. County (Continued from page one) right wrist and arm by a saw being used on the brush. Tolle was treated by the same medic ' and returned to work Thursday. Superintendent Smith said general winter maintenance and repair Was the daily schedule now, but should the deep freeze become thawed rapidly, his crews will be involved heavily in gravel road breakthroughs. *toart Days (Continued from page one) gency; Adrian Huff of John Bean Div.;. Edna Painter of Pioneer Corn Co., Inc.; Don Teter of Perfect C ircle Division of Dana Corp. CarroU Utterback of Carroll's Mens jstore; Mrs. Morris Dolan of Janet's Beauty Shop; and Mrs. Charles Vinton of route 2 Sha?p- sville who will solicit business areas] in Windfall and Sharpsville. for late this afternoon or this evening, with a s o m e w h a t greater possibility of rain tonight and Friday. After that, generally , fair weather was expected Saturday with t chance of light snow extreme north and a chance of rain elsewhere Sunday and Sunday night. Joe Hiitdn Dies On Wafshingfon Fishing Trip Joe Richard Hilton, 46, Arcadia, died Wednesday in Washington following a heart attack wbil« on a fishing trip. Funeral servi- , ces will be at 11 a.m.Saturday at- Shaffer - Hartley Funeral Home in; Arcadia. Rev. Richard McQuinn will officiate with burial at Oaklawn Memorial Cemetery, south of Noblesville. Friends may call from 7 p.m. to.9 p.m. today and from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday. The deceased was a member of Cicero American Legion and Moose Lodge. He was a lifelong resident of Arcadia and veteran of World Warn. Surviving are one sister, Mrs. Lloyd Smith and five brothers, George, Clarence and William, all of Arcadia; Jim of Yorktown and Charles of Selina, Tenn. Paul Sumner Dies Wednesday Paul Sumner, 80, route 1, Swayzee, died at 2 p.m. Wednesday at . Ft, Myers, Fla. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Rybolt Funeral Home, Swayze* with Rev. Gerald Hewson officiating. Burial will be In East Union Cemetery. Friends may call after 6 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. He was a member of Point Isabel United Methodist Church . and a retired employee of Delco Remy, Anderson. Surviving are his wife. Hazel, a daughter, Mrs. Wayne Hood, Monticello; three sons, PhiUp Sumner, route 1, Swayzee; Charles Sumner, Cicero; Joseph Sumner, Frankton; two sisters, Mrs. Harriett Witham, Arcadia and Mrs. Lucy Pickett, Atlanta. There are also 9 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Hospital Njiwt ADMISSIONS: Linda Frazler, Arcadia; Gloria Sowders, Tipton; Brenda Reed, Tipton; Rebecca Rice, Kempton; Greta Throgmartin, Tipton; William Orr, Tipton; Marcella Hurst, Elwood; Patricia Moore, Tipton; Margaret Cook, < Windfall; Wilma Hu»- ter.Kokomo.- ' DISMISSALS: Teresa Violet, Greentown; Sheila Russell, Tipton; Carolyn Spalding and infant, Kokomo; Everett Rood, RBSsia- ville; Lucy Wagner, Arcadia; Linda Altherr, Tipton; Gloria Sowders, Tipton; Brenda Re«d, Tipton; Vickie Huffman, Indianapolis; Eileen Carson, Atlanta; Walter Cherry. Tipton; Osie Webb, Arcadia. BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs, Robert Moore, route 5, Tipton, boy born February 10, 1971 at 12:29 p.m. m 675 4300 | Show Times 7:00 4 9-.05 I MATINEE SAT. at 2:00 _ m 675 4300 1 Continuous Showings Sunday 1 At 2:00 -4 :10 -6 :20-8:30 THRU TUESDAY | Adult...$l.25-chiM...75C Get with the cats who know where It's at ... for fun, music and adventure! WaUTDBNEr,^ . A PURR-FECTLY WONDERFUL NEW CARTOON FEATURE (jUahVisneuz TUIII IMl AOVIMTUat . lympicElk OUR NEXT ATTRACTION starts WEDNESDAY! THE 2 BIGGEST BONDS OF ALL "THUNDERBALL" I "YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE I

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