Leader-Tribune from Marion, Indiana (2024)

4. 7 THURSDAY; OCT. 10, 1940 MARION LEADER-TRIBUNE, NINE 1 What You Want You Will Find in the Chronicle and Leader Tribune Want Ads I The WEATHER Fair and slightly warmer today, followed by showers tonight and ending some time somewhat. cooler Friday. OHIO: Fair, warmer today and -tonight; -Friday increasing cloudiness, warmer in east portion, followed by light showers and cooler in northwest and extreme west portion Friday.

v. KENTUCKY: and war. mer and Friday increasing cloudiness, warmer in east portion, followed by showers and cooler in northwest and extreme west portions Friday afternoon. ILLINOIS: Increasing cloudiness and somewhat warmer today, followed by "showers at night; Friday becoming fair, preceded by showers cast. portion, somewhat cooler.

LOWER -MICHIGAN: -Fair, slightly warmer today; showers tonight or by Friday with somewhat cooler Friday or Friday night. 4 MARRIAGE LICENSES Daniel Harrington, 1919,. Gas factory worker, and Alice. Fischer, 1921, Gas City, at home. Chester Fremont Gilbert, 1917, Lafontaine, farmer, and Virginia Hazel Holcheurer, 1921, Marion, cashier.

Carl Padfield, 1919, Kokomo, factory worker, and Amos, 1922, Kokomo, clerk. Wesley Dale Bonewitz, 1919, Gas City, laborer, and Doris Kidwell, 1923. Marion, at home. ANNOUNCEMENTS In Memoriam IN FOND REMEMBRANCE of Anna Bell Herring, our dear wife and mother, who departed this life one year ago today, Oct. 10.

How lonely and sad life is without you, dear, many tears have been shed. But why weep when the evidence you left assures us you are just asleep in Jesus and in the morning of the Resurrection you will awake in that beautiful land of let us say As Job, the Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away. Blessed be the name of the Lord. Charles A. Herring, Sons, Daughters and Grandchildren.

Funeral Directors DIGGS FUNERAL SERVICE W. Third St. Phone 169 DEPENDABILITY MILFORD FUNERAL SERVICE Sincere Service and Fair Prices Phone 1815-W The -Home- for- Services-- RAVEN FUNERAL HOME S. Wash. St.

Phone 1480 Personals RUMMAGE SALE American gion Home. S. Boots. Sat. Oct.

12. YOU'LL--Sure fall: for our fall foods. ('ome in and try them. Barney's Cafeteria P. 0.

AUTOMOBILES Automobiles for Sale 11 GET YOUR FREE KALTENBORN'S HANDBOOK 6th Adams 1934-Dodge panel body truck, very good shape. Marion Pressing Club. 228 W. 3rd St. -Master coach, heater, A-1 condition.

Will sacrifice for Phone 2818.: 1930 Ford Tudor, new paint, good tires, in good mechanical condition. 1931 Oldsmobile Coach, black, 4 new tires, motor in good condition, a real buy. 1930 Chevrolet Sedan, good tires, runs good, clean inside and A. SCOTT 307 E. Third.

St. Years in Same: Location DeSoto Coupe, radio heater, overdrive. a real car $595 Ford '85' Tudor $325 Ford '85' Tudor $275 STOKES 221 W. 2nd Studebaker Deluxe Coupe, rai dio and heater," A-1 $650 Buick Sedan, good Ford Tudor $70 Hollingsworth Motor- Sales 905 S. Washington St.

Used Car Lot 10th Wash. 1937 Chevrolet Master Deluxe Town Sedan, trunk, radio, heater, black finish, tires good $385 1932 Ford Coupe $95 1931 Buick Sedan $65 MATTHEWS, 308 Buick Sales. and Service, Auto Accessories, Tires, Parts 13 BRAKES- ADJUSTEDAny Make Car, $1.00 Seybold Archer 6th Adams fenders, and bodies made as new. Klaus Auto Service. 305 2nd St.

GOOD USED TIRES $1 and SUPERIOR TIRE: 510 S. Adams GOOD--Used tires, glass installed. ATKINS BROS: 729 E. 38th St. Phone 6096 NOTICE UNION WORKERS: Flint's Pure Service 6th.

Adams Union 650:17. Used parts. 0 0 600-20, 600-16; dingfield's. Phone 250. TIRES-2 truck tires; 2 6.50x16 passenger tires; 1 7.00x15 very good condition.

SEARS ROEBUCK CO. WE kinds -of electric andacetylene and welding. Marion Frame 'Axle Shop. Opposite. City Hall.

Motorcycles and Bicycles 15 USED BICYCLES $7.50 and up GOODRICH 419 S. Adams BUSINESS SERVICE Heating, P'lumbing: Roofing -22 INSULATE YOUR ATTIC SAVE. FUEL--MORE COMFORT STATE ROOFING.CO. Phone 108 Insurance and Surety Bonds 23, BUY YOUR NEW CAR NOW! You can take your time to pay. FLOYD GILTNER Phone 1808 Underwriters Brokers, Inc.

Where Insurance ls Not a Sideline Over C. H. Phone 500 Moving, Trucking, Storage 25 WHEN -You want to call 1778, G. A. Lemon, .50 years in the business.

Also used furni" ture and stoves sold cheap for cash only. 6th Branson. Painting, Papering, Decorating. 26 NO DOWN PAYMENT O'BRIEN PAINT JOBS Phone 108 STATE ROOFING 115 E. 6th Typewriters and Supplies 27A JUST OUT! New Model CORONA "COMET" $44.50 Other Models $29.75 up Beckley Typewriter Supply Co.

124 E. 5th St. Phone 136 EMPLOYMENT Help Wanted- Female 32 CHRISTMAS CARDS biggest money-makers now to Christmas. Fast -selling "Beauty Queen" 21-card $1 Assortment pays you 50c. Christmas Cards with 50 for $1.

Many other quick money-makers. Samples on approval. Chilton Greeting6, 147 Essex, Dept. 411, Boston, Mass. CHRISTMAS, CARDS Gorgeous -More designs, for with name, 50 for $1.

Pay you big. profits. Leading 21-card $1 assortment. You make 50c. Complete line other fast, easy sellers.

No experience needed. Samples on approval. SCHWER, Dept. 8103, Westfield, Mass. Dept.

8103, Westfield, Mass. GIRL--For housework and care of child. Call after 7 p. 203 E. 2nd St.

Phone 3494-W. WAITRESS-18 to 25, neat appearwilling to go to nearby town. Indiana Hotel. Wabash. Ind.

Help Wanted -Male 33 INDIANA STATE EMPLOYMENT FINISH per hour. 313 SOUTH BOOTS NO FEE CHARGED Help Male and Female 34. DISH WASHER- -Wanted. Write Chronicle Box 968. INSTRUCTION Local Schools, Colleges- 43 SPECIALIZED TRAINING For young men and young women in Secretarial Science, Accountancy, and contributing subjects.

Day and evening classes. Ask for information. MARION BUSINESS COLLEGE FARMERS' COLUMN Dogs, Cats, Other Pets. 47 COON Jones, West 11th. Dog.

Jonesboro. Walter 2 BEAGLE -Hounds, broke. Wat ter Sellers, 2420 So. Waite. Livestock.

48 CHESTER WHITE- -Boars, good, priced right. Edgerton Son. GUERNSEY Bull. 2 miles west of Van Buren. Yarger, NOTICE FARMERS We havepure bred gilts to let out -on shares.

Write or see Ray Nusbaumer, Montpelier, Ind. 150. Choice White Face Calves. Weight 300 lbs. and Shorthorn Heifers.

HARRY THORNE 521 N. Wash. 13-Shoats, 100-125 pounds, -miles onRadabaugh. Farming Implements 48A Ton Int. Trucks.

2-F-20's on Rubber. Farmalls. 2-10-20's. 2-Row Picker, Mounted. Holloway Implement.

Fairmount! A GOOD' SLOGAN "Knowledge is This Section offers a wealth of knowledge about finding a better home or a better positoin, about buying and selling opportunities, about advantages that would otherwise pass unnoticed. The Chronicle, Leader Tribune Classified Ads Always the Same In Service Always Different In Opportunity PHONE 234 OR 244 are 31 Farming Implements 48A OLIVER-2 row corn picker, John Deere single row. picker, 2 used rubber tire wagons, F-12 tractor on rubber. Sweetser Implement Sweetser, Phone 39. One--Row corn picker One-F-20 on rubber One-10-20 One--Regular Farmall One-5-foot mower Two- 7" tractor disc One fertilizer drill KRIEGBAUM 229 W.

Second Farm Service 48B FARMERS RED STEER FERTILIZER PRODUCES LARGER YIELDS "SOLD BY MILLING CO. 2128 OR 2007 GOVERNMENT -Toilets now on easy payments. P. O. Box 48.

WE TRADE Soybean meal for soybeans. Hoosier 'Soybean Mills. Inc. Phone 2402. and Supplies 49 LARGEST -Retail stock of fries, hens and roasters.

Phone 2492. We deliver. Marion Produce Co. Wanted to Buy--Live Stock 5,0 WANTED or crippled cows and horses. Harwood Silver Fox Farm.

Phone 3547-4 or 168. FREE POST MORTEM Dead Stock removed quickly. Phone 2033 Marion at our expense. Night calls 1212 or 934 GOLDREICH FERTILIZER MERCHANDISE for Sale 51 ATHENS Hot Blast parlor heater, fine condition, 705 So. St.

STOVES All Kinds- -All Prices Reconditioned and Guaranteed MORRIS FURN. 217 E. 4th USED HEATING STOVES Good as new, $8.00 up Gas City New and Used Furn. Co. 206 STOVES All kinds, fall prices, a deposit- will for future delivery.

Open evenings. PULLEY'S 417 N. Wash. 12 PAIRS NEW Spalding football pants, $1 pair. -SWAP SHOP -3124 S.

Wash. Barter and Exchange 51A WE BUY, SELL OR TRADE For Stoves, Furniture, Bicycles, Washers, etc. Open evenings. PULLEY'S 417 Wash. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 56 ALWAYS BETTER COAL ELKHORN No.

3 Phone 1306 ABC FUEL INSULATION CO. ALL LUMP COAL--Double screened at Wilkinson Coal Co. 454 BLUE BEACON AND EGG A GENUINE DORTILY COAL. HUGGINS FEED: 31st Boots St. 941 CALLUs for Kentucky Red.

Ash and other good grades of coal. BERMAN'S QUALITY COAL 406 Lincoln Blvd. Phone 472 CLOVER AND ALFALFA HAY GRANT COAL FEED CO. 215. E.

Bradford Phone. 3022. CABIN CREEK LUMP Ideal for Furnace or Stove THORNE COAL CO. Phone 75 -DOG FOOD Cubes or. Granular 2 Ibs.

15c; 4 25 $1.25 OVIE'S HATCHERY. No. of P. 0. TREAT Your dog to the best.

Give him WAYNE Dog. Food. "Special price, 5 lbs. only 39c. HOOSIERLAND HATCHERIES 407 E.

4th 2604 MERCHANDISE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 'Specials at the Stores 64 Farms and Land for Sale 83 REFRIGERATOR RERAIRS 52 rion, new bungalow miles north house, of a nice MaBy 'Competent Men at Fair Prices acre. country See J. home. Winters, Price "The Land per $100 ESTIMATE GIVEN Man," 413-14 Glass Block. BROYLES ELECTRIC CO.

FARMS--FARM LOANS Second and Washington. -Ph. 347 Any number of acres desired. PHILLIPS REAL ESTATE CO. 120 ACRES- At the price of an 80..

STOVE TIME IS HERE- level, black, state road. Fair Come and look over our com- buildings' $7500 if cash 16 A. fine plete line of heaters, circulators, woods. George F. Ring.

oil burners, stove pipe, dampers, stove boards, flu stops, thimbles, Houses for Sale buckets, polish and other stove ALL TYPES--Homes for sale. Let parts and accessories. us know your requirements. MARION HARDWARE CO. PHILLIPS REAL ESTATE CO, BUTLER FIRST-5-room cotUSED Electric vacu- tage, bath, 2.

lots, $1,200. Terms, cleaner, $9.95. PAUL $200 cash, McCLELLAN $15 month. 126 E. 5th FURNITURE.

5 ROOM--Modern Bungalow, USED- good mech- double garage, 66 ft. lot. Will anical condition, balance trade for larger, bigh class modSCHRADER'S 117 W. 3rd St. ern house.

cu. ft. size, G-E refrig- GLEN OUTLAND erator. $37.504 Bennett Block Phone 1808 BUTLER MUSIC CO. 6 small down Wearing Apparel 65 payment, balance -as rent.

2603. A. T. GIRLS- Brown tweed coat, size 12, Bartow Agency, Phone snow suit, size 10. 2414 S.

Ad6 ROOMS- Modern, north ams. Street. $3,250, bargain, nice home. Phone SPECIAL 2902 after 5 p. m.

MEN'S Suits, Overcoats, Top- 1020 rooms W. FOURTH -apartment, new Duplex, fur.coats, $2 up. Men's Shoes 50c each priced for immeup. We buy and sell new. and diate sale.

be- arnace and stoker, Terms used BARGAIN clothing. STORE, ranged. 223 E. 4th. John S.

Haines -204 Iroquois Bldg. Wanted--To Buy 66 6 ROOMS- -West, good repairs. A -57 HIGHEST PRICES Paid for all bargain, $1,300. kinds JUNK. Marion Scrap MA- CARL CARL hundred, W.

Nelson, Ph. 1045. 505 Glass Block Phone 2611 10c. HIGHEST PRICES Paid 1227 S. ADAMS-11 room apartbushel.

mea's Store, used opposite clothing, Indiana theater. Famtly Priced for quick furnace, terms. ment house, garage. Mangoes 1c WANTED -Good outside. toilet.

John Haines 204. Iroquois Bldg. 100. Phone 1558. Lots for Sale 85 ROOMS AND BOARD east LARGE 27th St.

Building Phone lots, 700. 2959 block, after Delicvarieties. Sleeping Rooms 68 6 p. m. 8 MODERN -Sleeping room, pri- To Exchange- Real Estate 88 vate home.

Phone 398R. STORERoom with living rooms, per bush- room in private well located and cash for 5 or Ground home, meals optional. Ph. 253W. 6 house.

346. 1502 S. modern WESTFALL Grimes room, private bath- with shower. TRADE-6-room house, bath, hardPears. W.

2nd-Choice room, city wood floors, corner lot, new paint get them. heat, private, gentlemen. for cheap farm. 2202 S. Branson.

grapes, Rooms for Housekeeping- 69 miles from Marion to trade for 59 -Good buildings, 9 Farm, 1 1416 unfurn. city property. Converse. housekeeping rooms. BARTON BARTON Bring con- REAL ESTATE FOR RENT 303 Glass Block Phone 338 LEGAL NOTICE cabbage, Apartments and Flats 74 Notice is hereby given the officials and from 59c ALL unfurn.

apart- of Grant County and munict2nd St. ments, private bath. Phone 395. palities within sald county that the budgets, tax levies and rates of the following muni62 IN UPLAND -Mod. steam heated cipalities will be considered at public hearing, to be conducted by the State Board V.

A. Selby, Fair- of Tax Commissioners or Representative mount. of raid Board, to be held at the county HOUSE STRICTLY Private, beautiful court house in said county as follows: Beginning at 9. a. October 17th, 1940: 63 4 rooms; living room, 17x 'Grant County 15.

513 W. 4th. Phone 2152-J. Center Township Poppies, WANTED TO SHARE- Mod. 3- Fairmount Townshiplarge pe- with business Green Franklin Township Township white, girl.

Call 3254 between 5 and 7. Jederson Township room apartment Madonna Lil- Liberty Township Narcissus and 1431 W. 2ND-4-room mod. apart- Mill Township dug. Lawn ment.

Everything furn. bed Sims Township Township 25c 5 rooms. All private. Use of phone. Van Buren Township 614 S.

BRANSON ST. furn. Washington Township S. Boots 3-room apartment; private bath, Fairmount Civil Town Fairmount. School Town .64 electric.

refrigerator, automatic Fairmount Library heat. Fowlerton Civil Town FURN. Beginning at 1 p. of said day: custom-made entrance. 1311 Rooms, S.

lower, Wash. St. private Jonesboro Jonesboro Civil School Town Town decorative cor- Jonesboro Library square foot. Houses for Rent 77 Mathews Civil Town AN UNUSUAL 5-room house, Swayzee Civil Town 122 W. 3rd bath, hot water, garage.

3746 S. Upland Swayzee Civil Library Town Adams. Must be seen to be ap- Upland Library STUDENTS preciated. Phone 1334. Van Van Buren 'Ciril Library Town Buren oil colors, CLOSE IN-4 rooms, bath, garage.

Gas City Civil Town draw- Phone 1838. Gas City School Town peneils, WASH ST. 1209-A. real 6- -Gas Marion City Civil' Library City room strictly mod. house, new Marion School City hardwood floors, full basem*nt, At Marion such hearing Library' oficials and Phone 146 garage, new furnace.

Inquire will be permitted to present any evidence -1207 S. Washington St. that may information on itema in the WEST-4 rooms, budgets that, in their opinion, should be and or: 5 newly decor- reduced chauged or any other bath, hot -No furn- tion -that- would help the undersigned In ace. At city limits. Phone 820R.

reaching a proper conclusion In Anally deWoolworth termining the budget, levies' and rates 'of refrig-, 5 Rooms, bath, 1215 Adams, $22.50 the above named municipalities. COMMISSIONERS procelain Phone 1558 219. F. 4th PHILIP ZOERCHER. Chairman SHUGART STATE BOARD OF TAX priced at St.

Attest: Edw. Koenemand, Secretary. 202. N. WASHINGTON-5 rooms, .10.

1940. CO: 41-0 half of double, $35. John S. Haines 204 Iroquois Bldg. LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING $19.95 5 ROOMS--Mod.

lower or Notice is hereby Board given of that the Grant Local AlSTORE Arcola heat, garage. coholic Indiana, will. Beverage at 2.00 P. M. Central County, Bland-Several styles 1721 West First ard T.me.

on the 29th day of October, 1940, at. the Court Room, City' Hall, In the City EXCHANGE Furnished Houses for -Rent 77A tor gin towni Investigation of Marion of the in: said applications County. of be- the 4-ROOM-Furnished Call following 'named persons, requesting the at 1622 Spencor Ave. sue 10 the applicants, at the locations heregot. out, of the Alcoholic Beverage automatic -Moving, Trucking, Storage- 81A Permits of the classrs hereinalter designat'tells you BRITT TRANSFER CO: ed' and at said time and place, reheat.

50c per Marion's Modern. Union Movers. said crive applicants, information. and concerning the the propriety Atners of is- of 20.000 feet low -priced storage. suing the permits applied for to such Applicants at the premises named: CO.

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Names. Locations John -N. Butler Stewart, 64637. (Stewart's Beer, Wine. Brokers in Real Estate Retailer.

Insurance, American Company Rimer Davis, .64548, Grille). 1650-52 Lower Rates -Money to Loan Spencer c. Marion -Liquor, Beer, Wine Careful Service. Eli Coats-1273 John Retalier A. 84636.

(Jigg's Clubl, Rear FARM LOANS 2929 S. Washington Marion -Beer No commission. Why pay More? Walter Frushour and Arthur Gilles, 84635. for com- J. WINTERS 413 Glass Block (Restaurant, Main M.

G. GOTSCHALL AGENCY Wine Retalier. Baker, 6434J. (Star Real Estate and Joseph -Main Str Gas -Oily- 3rd A 201-2-3 Iroquois Bldg. SAID INVESTIGATION WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

AND PUBLIC PARTICIOF Farms and -Land -for Sale 83 PATION ALCOHOLIC IS REQUESTED. BEVERAGE COMMISSION AT' DANDY-300 acre improved OF INDIANA. near Dupont, Jennings county. By JOHN F. NOONAN, CO: $20 acres Will trade for smaller HUGH A.

BARNHART. Secretary. Theater. farm, account of poor health. Excise Administrator.



mileage $425 1936- Plymouth Deluxe 2-door Touring Sedan $275 1934 Plymouth Deluxe Coach $195 1933 Plymouth Coach $135 45-OTHER USED CARS-45 315 W. 3rd St. Grant T. Munson, Inc. We Will Pay Cash Your Used Car or Equity fa*gAN MOTOR SALES 216 W.

4th St. Opp. No. 1 Fire Station Shaffer's Auction Every Friday Night 6:30 P. M.

Sharp 509 E. 18th St. Richland A birthday surprise party was given Mr. John Shaw Tuesday in honor of the birthday anniversary of Mrs. The guests took their breakfast with Present were Mr.

and Mrs. Robert Slusser, Mr. Mrs. George Moore, Mr. and Mrs.

James Strickler, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Coppock and the hostess. Mr. and Mrs.

Arthur Templin are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baker, St. John, Mich. Mr.

and Mrs. Kenneth Eller called on Mr. and Mrs. John Woodmansee Monday. Mr.

and Boyd Toppin and son were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bowman and daughter. Those of Richland Chapel attend: ing a special Women's Society of Christian Service at. Muncie recently were Mrs.

Frank Brown, Mrs. Walter Kendal, Mrs. James Strickler, Mrs. George Moore, Mrs. Eldon' Woodmansee, Mrs.

Robert Slusser, Rev. and Mrs. W. Burton. The Burtons have been assigned to charge in and are moving, and there Mrs.

this -Fred week. Lantz -and son, Jack, were recent supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kratzer and son. Mrs.

Glen Highley, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Troyer and son, Forest, arrived here from Washington, D.

Friday. Mr. Troyer is improving. Dinner guests Sunday at the Troyer home were Mr. and Mrs.

Charles rence Guinin, Mr. Mrs. Robert Troyer, Mr. and Highley. Afternoon guests were Mr.

and Mrs: Harvey Waggoner. Mr. and Mrs. Wendal Woodmansee. and daughters called on Mr.and Mrs.

John Woodmansee Sunday. Mr. and. Mrs. Cleve Rennaker and children, Norma Jean and Pershing, entertained the Leader Class at their home Sunday.

dinner was served. A short business meeting was held and number of selections were sung by several members of the group. Present were and Mrs. W. M.

Burton, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Brumfiel, Mr. and Mra. Charles Pence, Mr.

and Mrs. Walter Brumfiel, Mr. Mrs. Reed Oyler and sons; Mr. and Blaine Retz, Mr.

and Mrs: John Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Foltz, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Powell, Mr.

and Mrs. Roy Bowman, Mr. and Mrs. Russel Eller and children, Bernard and Vivian Jean, Miss Inez-Highley. Mr.

and Mrs. Donald Strange, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brumfiel, Mr. and Mrs.

Roy Rennaker and son, Rex, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Highley, Robert Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Highley.

Afternoon' callers were Dr. and Mrs. W. Wire. Mrs: Della Hunchy and and Mrs.

Lem d. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Smith entertained with 8 fried turkey dinner Sunday. Present were Miss Wanda Martin, Wanda.

Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Fansler and daughter, Audra, and Vaughn and Don Smith. Mrs. Della.

Hunchey is Dr. and Mrs. A. V. Mr.

and Mrs. Esick Burk, Mrs. A. W. Julian and son, Lewis were Sunday dinner guests of Mr.

and Mrs. Marion Burk. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Templin, and Mrs.

Charley Powell, Mr. Mrs. Arthur Templin were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. A.

C. Hamlen. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown daughter, Betty, were Sunday ner guests.

of friends in Fulton, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bowman, and -Mra. Albert- Jacob and Paul Hatfield were recent guests of and Mrs.

DeMurl Hudson and son. Mr. and Mrs. Renbarger tertained a number of girls Sunday at dinner in honor of the eighth anniversary of- their daughter, Earline. cake with candles was placed in the center the table.

Present- -were Evelyn Zoe Winger. and Joyce son, Joan Winger, Martha Brown, Donna Ruth Burgener, Joyce Ann Stanley, Mrs. Emma Newell. Afternoon caller were. Mr.

and Mrs. Clyde Mr. and Mrs. Eart Unger. bash; Mrs.

Will Moore, Midday City: Calif. were recent dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. A. V.

Wire. GIRL IS SENTENCED ON LARCENY CHARGE A fine of $10 and costs and sentence of 30 days in" the Grant county. jail were imposed Wednesday: on Alice Barnes, 20, U. IS. Veterans' Hospital, when: pleaded guilty.

in. superior court. to a' petit -larceny charge. She confessed taking $1:25 in change from a baby's bank, cloth ling and lace' while in the of a hospital medical staff member. BRET HAWKINS, EDITOR, DIES Former Grant County Resident Succumbs at Indianapolis a Result of Heart Attack, Indianapolis, Oct.

9. (AP)-Bret. Harte Hawkins, 50, assistant news editor of the Indianapolis Star and 8 member of its staff since 1918, died today. He had been unable to work since -July 16, when -he suffered a heart attack. Hawkins had worked on newspapers at Anderson and New Castle and Battle Creek, Mich.

It had been his ambition as a young man to become newspaper cartoonist but he soon turned from that to editorial work. However, he pursued painting as a hobby. He was born at Converse and attended Swayzee High School, John Herron Art -Institute here, the Chicago 'Art Institute. and Indiana Surviving are the widow, the former. Sophia Peters of Marion; two, sons, Myron, a Purdue University student, and Gene, a high school student; his parents, Dr.

and Mrs. Z. Hawking, Fairmount; two sisters, Mrs. Beryl Gwartney, Los Angeles and Mrs. Brenda Overmyers, Tulsa, and brother, Bryce Hawkins, Muncie: 911 '34 '39 '36 '39 '30 '30 -J.

MERCHANDISE Good Things to Eat APPLES- Potatoes $1.00 17c peck. Watermelons, 403 E. Fourth St. APPLES-10 lbs. 25c; 75c Potatoes.

15c peck. each. Cabbage $1 per ions 10., lbs. 20c. Wedge Railroad Ave.

APPLES--Red and yellow ious, Grimes and other Cider. Von Winegardner, miles west of Swayzee. CONCORD -Grapes, '40c el, bring containers. Fair Farm, E. 38th St.

Phone GOLDEN DROP -Peaches, Golden Apples, Bartlett Last chance. Come and 321 East 3rd St. ICE -Cider, plums, apples. Fruit mile west, mile S. NEW HONEY--Tc tainers.

4415 S. Wigger. POTATOES-85c bag; 85c 100 -lbs; apples basket. up. 1738 W.

Musical Merchandise CAVALIER CLARINET Like MARION MUSIC Seeds, Plants, Flowers PLANT NOW -Oriental orange, pink and red, onies, pink, red- and 15c each, Hardy lies, Hyacinths, Snow Drops, fresh grass seed, best grade, l.bs., $1.00. G. M. STORE 409 Specials at the Stores VENETIAN BLINDS Flexible steel slats, for your windows, nice top. Installed 35c Estimates" HANER'S, INC.

ART AND DRAWING MATERIALS FOR Tempera colors and sets canvas, brushes and supplies, ing boards, tracing papers, inks, and drawing materials. 508 S. Wash. BASKETSCOMPLETE LINE Market, Fruit, Baskenetts Ciothes BESHORES Next to BIG-6 cu. ft.

MW Electric "unit, interior, dulux exterior, only. $88.95. MONTGOMERY WARD Circulating Heaters Porcelain Coal Range KELLEY'S EXCHANGE FLOWER STANDS $1.25 and up. 1: CALDWELL'S 3115 So. Washington G- IRON -Buy A -fully iron with light that' when ifor is proper week.

SO. MARION FURNITURE 3108-10 So. Washington GLASSFor Purpose McATEE'S MAJESTIC FURNACES Finest Made." Call us plete. estimates. -MARION HARDWARE: SEF.

DEMONSTRATION MOORE'S HEATERS, CALDWELL'S FURNITURE North of Paramount Van Buren Van Buren, members of the Ever Ready Class of the Central Church of Christ met at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dickey Tuesday: night. The scripture lesson, the 43rd Psalm, was read by the hostess and Rev. Carroll offered prayer.

Songs were sung and the devotional period was closed with the "Lord's Prayer" repeated in unison. The social hour was spent, in playing contests and prizes won by Mrs. Ted Ballard and Mrs. Richard DeDecker. The following group attended the party and enjoyed a wiener roast: Rev.

and Mrs. W. E. Carroll, Mr. and Mrs.

Herman James and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Richard DeDecker, Mr." and" Mrs. Dail and son, and Mrs. Foster Campbell and son, Mrs.

Hazel Melling, Billy Wayne Tomlinson, Mrs. Mabel Beekman and daughter, Miss Myrtle Dean, Ben Olmstead, Mrs. -Ballard and son, and the hosts a and family. Mr. and Mrs.

Guy Buffington moved to Marion for the winter Mr. 'and Mrs. Lee Gilpin, Columbus, are occupying their home.Sunday dinner guests of and Mrs. Volney Cemer were Mr. and Mrs.

Charles Riggs, Anderson; Miss Kathryn Anderson, and Mr. and Mrs. Riley Ruble and son, James. The Missionary Society of the United Brethren Church entertain with a guest party Friday night at the home of Mrs. Orley: Arnett.

A gift shower for African school girls will be given and several bandages will be made. Each member is requested to be present with a guest. Sunday afternoon' guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Korporal.

daughter, Imogene were Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Brown and daughter, Norma Jane, Huntington. Mrs. Sam Rumple entertained the members.

of the Theta Club Tuesday night at her home with costume party. Mrs. Thurlow Endsley: vice-president, wag: in charge the business and roll: call responses were individual reports. The group discussed fashions for the lesson of the Carda -were played and prizes were awarded to Miss Hazel Thompson, Mrs. Edward Green and Mrs.

Ari thur Zent. The hostess served an lice course to guests, Mrs. Lawrence Troyer and Mrs. Victor Gordon; members, Mrs. Endsley, Mrs.

Zent, Mrs. Green, Mrs. George Rumple, Mrs. Wayne Tomlinson, Mrs. J.

J. Shuff, Mrs. Vern Rumple, Misses Hazel Thompson and Zent; children, Almetta Joan Tomlinson, J. Anna Lou and Laverne Rumple. Mr.

and Mrs. Charles Baird, Jonesboro, and Mr. and Mrs. W. Baird, Marion, were Sunday guests of Mr.

and Mrs. Arthur Baird. Word has been received here Mr. and Mrs. Orley Arnett thattheir son, Robert Arnett, who companied Frank E.

Swartz, em: ployed at the Martins Aircraft to Baltimore, has accepted a position as a carpenter and will remain in Baltimore Mr: and Mrs. Francis Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Andy Ferguson, Maon Mr. parents, rion, Sunday afternoon.

Homecoming will be observed Sunday at the Farrville Christian Church. Morning, afternoon evening services will be held and special music will be presented. Rev. Billy Denlinger, well known evangelist, will be the speaker in. the afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Willey attended dinner- Sundayat the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ancil.

Witmer, Marion. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brown and Carl recently spent the afternoon with Mrs. Pulley, who is recovering from a recent operation at the Marion General CONVICTION.

AFFIRMED Indianapolis, Oct. 9. (P) The burglary conviction of charge Faye in Cullins the on Grant a court in 1939 was today by the supreme court. Cullins' was sentenced to a year- at" the penal and fined- SEEKS LOAN EXTENSION -Washington, Oct. 9.

(P) period within which rural electrification loans may be amortized would. the extended- from ta-40 years. under a bill introduced in the Senate today by Sen. Minton 4.

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