The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 5, 1935 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, April 5, 1935
Page 5
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-.' •.-:.• .T^iv^v ?'^ : -^ : ^^^Kfin^l^P^S^^ *Ettj ttrttetf EVERYDAY PRICES 60c iSyruj of Pepsin. .49c 100 Pure\Aspirin Tablets^. ....49c SOc Ipana Tooth Paste 39c 50c Milk of Magnesia.. 39c 50c Ovaltine 39c Pint Rubbing Alcohol 19c 40c Fletcher Castoria 29c $1.25 Indo-Vin 98c 15c Gerber's Baby Foods lOc WALL PAPER .AND PAINTS Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — Phone .i«. \Vcst Side. Square Social Events New Hope Aid. The New Hope Ladies Aid society met Wednesday afternoon at the church, with an attendance of forty-five, the members of the Sandbank society heing special guests. The meeting opened "with group singing led by Clara Henderson, after which Rev. Earl Schwyhart, 'pastor of the-two chuTches, read jhe Scripture.lesson . and led'in .prayer. ; Durins the short business session, it was voted to hold the annual Easter egg sale in 1 the near future. 1'lans were also made for a penny supper to be served at the church the last week in April. Two special numbers were much enjoyed by all, a reading by Mary Cochran, and a piano solo by Catherine Essig. Miss Beryl McReynolds was then introduced by Rev. Sclnsy- hart and gave the societies a most interesting and worthwhile talk about the Pleasant Hill acad- emy in Tennessee. This . is i school lot ipoor mountain children •which the churches help support. The meeting closed with a song and benediction, after which the guests adjourned to the basement where a delightful social hour was enjoyed and refreshments of sandwiches, pickles, cake, and coffee were served. The next meeting will be the first Wednesday in May with Mrs. Madge Cochran. Sandbank-La dies Aid. WHERE THE-BIG PICTURES FLAY Theatre '3 Big Days g\\ oitMKS GREATEST PICTURES SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY CONTINUOUS SHOW SUNDAY HE'S ON.THE SCREEN AGAIN! RADIO'S RHYTHM FAVORITE IN ANOTHER HIT PICTURE RUDY HIS CONNECTICUT YANKEES in >t Music usicL wee with ANN DVORAK-HELEN MORGAN ALICE WHITE - NED SPARKS Robt ARMSTRONG- Aden JENKINS Travel Talkie, "Zion Canyon of Color" Comedy, "ONE RUN ELMER" ?OX NEWS REEL H Adults Any Seal Kids-lOe rFriday Saturday Starts TODAY! '• i"' «--}.•- 1 OUR , LATE SHOW SATURDAY NIGHT Come After 8:90 and See Two Big Shows For Price of One "Loffe^ Lover" Wltb t*wl Ayres, ' fft Patterson ' "'\ -A-!'" The Ladies Aid ; society o£. the, Sandbank church met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Russell Hoover east of Tipon, with twelve members present, and five guests, Mrs. Charles Woodruff and daughter, Evelyn, and Mrs. Ber nard Woodruff of Indianapolis and Mrs. Inez Hobbs and Mrs Cynthia Werner of Hobbs. During the business session conducted by the president, Mrs R. L. Haskett, plans were made for a penny supper to be serve< at the church in the near future The committee in charge of th< arrangements consists of Mrs Earl Schwyhart, Mrs. Earl Achen^ bach, Mrs. Hallie Achenbach and Mrs. Dilver Hoover. The annual egg market was held at this time, each lady taking to the meeting the eggs she gathered on one day this week, and these were sold 'to a Tipton poultry man for a neat sum. Devotions were led by Mrs. Willard Holman who told the Easter story taken from the twenty-eights chapter of Matthew. At the close of a delightful social hour, the hostess served delicious refreshments assisted by Evelyn' Woodruff and Mrs. Cynthia Werner. The next meeting will be in May with Mrs. Oscar Hoover. Rcbekah Lodge. The Tipton Rebekah lodge, No. 502, met in regular session Thursday evening, with the noble grand, Mrs. Anna Richards presiding. Several candidates were voted upon, and the initiatory degree was conferred upon one candidate, Mrs. Allie Bates. Mrs. Emma Jolly was reinstated into the order. Plans were completed for the district meeting to be held next Thursday afternoon and night with the local lodge entertaining. There will be a dinner served between sessions in the basement of the Baptist church. The remainder of the evening was spent socially until a late hour when refreshments of pie For Home Purchasing, Home Building, and Home Remodeling 1 or Improvements. The . n Building and Loan Association Court Street J. A. LEWIS, Sec'y. O'Connor foriithe acting leader r ship were among those ' the secret conference. Among advocates. : • ART CLUB FEDERATION. Two-Day Session of State Society at Indianapolis. Mrs. Sam Matthews wentj to Indianapolis Friday to attend the two-day session of the tenth annual convention of the. Indiana 'Federation of j Art clubs Friday andjSaturday at the John Herfbn Art'Institute.' •_ : . , Saturday, several-members" ;; '<5f the local Junior Art club will igo to Indianapolis as their convention is being held for one day In connection with that of the senior -clubs. The Tipton organization 'is on the program for two numbers, a question drill, "Ask Me Another," to -be presented by the -members, and an illustrated talk, "A Trip to Old Mexipo," by Miss Lucy Elliott of this city. Those who will attend the junior convention [are Madonna Phares, Joanne ^Hughes, Kathleen O'Banion, Mary Hershman and Kathleen Pyle. Miss Hughes is] the state vice-president of the] junior federation. R. H. Lett Now ai Home.1 i' R. BT.J Lett of ithe Bargain jSrpk eery,; ,who has been under treatment jat the Methodist hospital for the past two brought to bis home ; Thursday afternoon.. JUr. Left .who is afflicted: with a heart trouble, requiring rert, is reported to be improving' nicely, although It will be some time before he will be atile to be up and arottnd. and erclae. . . > See out LozeBingMemd] to Me. For Better Meats kept tftidar $rop;er iefrigeration; such "as burs/ are better. - : , In coolers and counters. Tie exact temperature prevails at alMiniespthus i fresher "' '" ' ' " ' ---\ ~Kc •jrfifeSj "ew in Steaks. Try a Pou and Juicy Bone, Ib. Disgruntled Group Would Remove the Acting Majority Deader. IN BANKHEAD'S PLACE TERRE HAUTE PIRE. Shrine Templo Suffered a Jx>ss of 910,000. Fire JEWEL Lard substitute, H). v 15c SMOKED PICNICS—4 to 6 Ibs., just right to bake, Ib. . Prime Beef ib 18c NECK POT ROAST--Per Ib. ..... .15c STEAK—Tender,; I......... .2Qc RIB BOIL BEEF—Young, tender : ;• and meaty, 2 Ibs. ..... —.;.... 25e Iharge That He Has Failed to Support the Adminis tration! Policy. with whipped cream, fee were served. and cof- Dorcas Club. The Dorcas club was entertained Thursday all day at the home of Mrs. Hazel Messmore in Frankfort, with a good attendance of members present. A delicious -covered dish luncheon was served at the noon hour at small tables, attractively decorated with spring flowers. The afternoon was pleasantly spent in a social way until a late hour. Mrs. Eva Reese, a Frankfort member, was present for the day, and there were two guests, Mrs. Rodenberger and Mrs. Miller of Frankfort. Those attending from Tlptpn were Mesdames Esther Mclntosh, Martha Walker, Sue Heckenhauer, Bess 'Moore, Myrtle Messmore, Geraldine Runyon, Lou Miller, Rose Hughes, Laura Harding and Eva Girard. World Crusaders . The Children's World Crusaders of the First Baptist church will meet Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock with Mrs. Fred Nelson at her home, 310 South Railroad street. All members -are nrged to take note and be present. Food market . Saturday, Kendall's Store, 'shlloh Ladles' Aid. c-158 4H ' SHORT nr ACCOUNTS. fWayne Cttdrty Treasurer Ha*h ?*ttUUf Made Up Shortage. —T- 11 5. - (By United Press). Washington, April 5.—Smold- iring resentment of house Deuio- rats to the regime of acting Ma- ority Loader Edward T. Taylor hreatened ton :.v to rc.nilt in his emoval. ; Ground work for a drive to ust the elderly Colorado con- ressman as acting leader was aid at a secret caucus yesterday of more than 30 Doir.ocrats. A party caucus miy he forced on petition of bo Democrats. The group opposed to Taylor planned an effort to replace him with someone who would co-cpe- rate more closely with Speaker Joseph W. Byrns and other party leaders. ! Taylor was' named acting leader early in the j session to serve during the illness of Rep. William Bank-head, b.. Ala., who was elected to that post at a party caucus. It was JBankhead who suggested Tayloij bo named. Bankhead became ill soon after his election as leader. It was expected when Taylor was named that the elected leader would soon be back. Friends now say it may be months before he is able to assume his duties. Failure of Taylor to support Byrns on the work-relief bill conference report isdue and his tendency to side' with the inflation-silver bloc aroused many administration Democrats. The plan' of those discontented with his leadership, it was learned,, was to call a caucus at which it would be proposed the membership election an acting majority leader pending- Bankhead's recovery. - i Taylor is chairman of the Democraic party caucus. Along with Byrns, he has been in the house for 14 consecutive terms. In seniority the [two are outranked only by Rep.^Adolph SB!bath, p., III. I ' j Supporters of IRep. John J. (By United iPresa). Terre Haute, April 5. — Fire starting Irom a lighted cigaret caused $10,000 damage at the Shrine Temple here toay. The cigaret was believed dropped during a wrestling mat^k. in the auditorium of the temWe. The fire was discovered a few hours after the io'uts had "been concluded. Birthday Dinner. I Swift's Smoked (Center Slices, Ib^ SOc) Whole or Half Mr. and THrs. Snella Gardner entertained Friday noon with a dinner at the Palace Cafe in honor of the birthday anniversaries of Dr. W. B. Huron, MrsJ Ed Kindling and Mr. Gardner, all of which were Friday. This is an annual affair, and the three parties look forward each year to their customary birthday celebration. Guests for the dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Gardner were Dr. Huron and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Findling. *"f* Skating Party. A skating party from Perkina- ville -composed of ninety-nine persons visited the Tipton armory rink Thursday night and enjoyed a delightful evening. The skaters have been going to the rink at Anderson, this being their first trip to Tipton and-they spoke in high praise of the local rink floor and the 1 treatment here. Try a Tribune Want Ad. 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Boiling 2 24c lOc 13c Save the tops of 12^Joxes and get four 5c packages ctf Teaberry gum FREE 6BOXES25c PEACHES—Dried,2 Ibs, ..........25c RAISINS—2 Ibs. for i Vanilla Wafers, Windmill Butter Cookies, Lemon Cookies and Cocoa Bars GINGER SNAPS—Per Ib. lOc CHOCOLATE COVERED GRAHAM CRACKERS—Per Ib. 19c GRAPE HtRPSf—Per pkg. .I7c MINUTE TA^IpOA-^Pkg.;....... ,12c LA FRANCE WASHING POWDER—Per pkg .$£ SATDSrA—Per pkg PEANUT BUTTER—In bulk, Ib, CHEESE—Fancy Cream, Ib. ONION bunch, 3 tranches toa Z5c POTATOES bag All Kinds Seed Potatoes: Mich. Cobblers loolb. Bag 49t 22c T. N. T. BROWN SOAP— 1-lb. bars,.? for RICE—Best Blue Rose, 5 Iba. f or .., SUGAR—Pure came, cloth bag, 10 Ibs. ......,....:...'....:. FRESH EGGS— Per dozen ..:... .i;-....: i. j,... RED BEANS, RED KIDNEY BEANS AND PORK AND BEANS— No. 2 cans, 2 for 0. K. Pastry Flour 20 Ib. sack I W _. , .^ ^- J-, vt -rJ^^ > Maxwell House Coffee, Ib.' 29b VA&iCm$f Milk; 4 cans Nut Oleo,2lbs 4* f^fMtts, S>lbs, Salad Dressing, ^uart jar Ste T^frfegtie, 1,000-sheet rolls, 4 f3 -Quick-Jel, 4 toxes ' «* 1&8X&k Soaf, per em Lifebuoy Soap, 4 bars .... i.'. 256 _«,---...-.- n «. Knit, 2V4 size, 3 *«• •- -«*» ,®*fljy».OrHcters, 3 n». Bread and Butter Pickk*. qt. jar GrapeiFruit^large ;... Ftoritta .Oranges, dozen ....... Bananas, 4 Ibs Lettuce, solid, Harge, each itoes, Ho. 1, 4 Ibs. Hb peck ^Sft lAppiesiib, .{!!!;!!;!!!'!!;;fe ^lotra large,

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