The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 12, 1935 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, April 12, 1935
Page 3
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THE 4J- 5 *j -i- ? ; ,V TRIBTOtfE! KEMPTOX. i ice on account of Uic liaccalaure- i ate Kcrvi-i'r, fur in Oirlevillo Methodist Cuurch -Si-vvict-s. and Hillislmi's hiph s<-Iim;N to V(Rev. James C. Bean, Minis!,-.-.) ! held at the Hilli.-burs ¥SI ^liodist Sunday school. !i:Si). Morning worship, 10:4.1 mon: "Triumphant Voices." ' <*»rcli A l' ril 11 ' " ( ' v - J ' C ' of tin- Ki 11111:0:1 :!'.!il Scirclevil!-' chupfhes will prrach tl;<- siTimm. talons for liis suliji-t. "Live or Epworth League, (i:_30 p. in. There will be no evening sarv-; Loaf." This r-rvior fur ilu- school is customarily held at Hillisburg] vanclng already registered •«eonu because of tin-large number ofjby test passing. .Tests _ were mil^mrs vonn^uople attending! recently passed by Joe iveinn, school rt Mi-clevlllc. The com-' Don Gossard. Robert j Floyd and mcncrmon, .x.rcises will be held \ John Freeman and they are now at S,-irl,-viIlP -Monday. April 22. I engaged in training «w scouts i for their tests. ' Thu Hoy Scout troop is prepar- ^^ ^ ing for Us summer activities by si curing new members and ad- Hills Baptist Church. (Rev. M. S. Sparger,|Minister.) Sunday school, 10:00i Worship hour, 11:OOJ Tiieme: "Missionary Sunday." i Evening baccalaureate sermon, 7:30. ; The Sugar Creek township high school will hold their 'baccalaureate! services at the Hills Baptist church. Sermon 'by- Prof. 0. F. i i ?. KROGER Brings you Country Club Print Lb. 40c BUTTER FRESH BREAD Country Club. Fresh Baked SUNBRBTE ^cS^ 2 Cans 9 C SUPER SUDS 3^ 2Sc Beads of Soap. Dissolves Instantly CRYSTAL WHITE 6 ' £. 25c The White Laundry Bar TUNSO SOAP 7 Ba» 25c The Heavy Duty Laundry Bar fA IT Pure Granulated 100-Lb. fQn DAL I A Value Bag. fl3«U SAUER KRAUT 3 A 25c Avondale. Crisp, Silvery Shreds GREEN BEANS 4 <*» 29c Standard Pack PORK & BEANS I"; 5c Country Club. 3 Lg. Cans-2Sc CORN Standard Pack 3 Cails 25C TOMATOES *"*»* ™ & @c NAVY BEANS »^& 4 **• 15c LAYER CAKE *"- *"• 39c ' White Layers—Fresh Baked COFFEE Country Club Lb. 2§C COFFEE chase & Sanborn - Lb. 29c W«»» • I*™ Maxwell House ••ww GRAPE JUICE s S h sa,e2 - 35c KITCHEN KLENZER3cansl7c Special Low Price POSTTOASTIES 2 L " Crisp, Crnnchy Flakes DITAaf^UirC Del Mon t e O f sLMwll Ew Halves, Slices*. PINEAPPLE Del Monte. Fancy Sliced Wcaco Wesco Starting & Growing mon Finest Alaska ron • Or Spaghetti MACARONI, Spaghetti, Noodles. Countjy Club 3 Pkgs. 19c Pure Granulated Pure Cane 25-Lb. Bag $1.26 Halves or Sliced Sodas Webco Tender, Flavorful Miller's Special Brajjd AVONDALE A High Quality Flour Jewel Brand. Hot Dated . Ba WALDORF Toilet Tls£ue 4 Rolls 17c 10 47) 24-Lb. Sack Wcsco Wesco 2B £ b - 61c "l^ $2.21 2B ; LEb - 65c "U"- $2.39 2 D« b ' 55c l0 ^' $1.97 100-L Ban CHICK FEED MASH SCRATCH FEED DAIRY FEED EGG MASH FLOUR MIDDLINGS REGULAR MIDDLINGS "^ $1.83 OYSTfcit unti.i.3 B « SPECIAL DISCOUNT 5c PER BAG ON LOTS OF 5 TO 10 BAGS. SPECIAL DISCOUNT lOc PER BAG ON TON OR MORE. MAZDA LAMPS G. EJ New Low Price $2.25 BRAN $1.85 GRIT Acme ico-Lb. j 1-83 OYSTER SHELLS »-••"• $1.65 100-Lb. fff O4 llou 9*"09 100-Lb. Bait loo-Lb. yg c Eatmbr WONDERNUT Pure (Oleo ; WHEATIES APRICOTS In Syrup PLUMS 15c 14c ' 15c ; lie . 25c Picnics ^?sit klci " 20c Ground Beel, Lean, Fresh Ground, Ib.ISc Chuck Roast, Tender, Jnicy, Ib. 20c Bologna Sausage, Ring Style, Ib. 17e Vinccd Luncheon, Sliced, Ib. 23c HaddOCk FilletS G ciiuinc Had<lock Larj-o vSix.e, Ib. 15c Milk Fed Frying Chickens, Ib 30c Grapefruit Large Florida Potatoes 15 ^ IS U. S. No. 1 Michigan slers, Kroger, Fresher, Solid Pack, pt.!8c| Tomatoes 2 ^ 29 200 CARLOAD SALE OF. BAN LARGE RIPE CORNFLAKES BRAN FLAKES TWINKLE ' '—IBUY THEM BY THE HAND i| - " lOc 12c MML Lbs. f\ m***m*f*A^ Fancy Extra Large \J f3 n gC S Floridaa—Sweet and Juicy. —'' • ii ,i '' ' >*»$»? 11 33c Flake White for Baking, Prying Carrots EMU Pickled Pig Feel Lar?e 2^-oz. gar, j " Hall!of Purdue. Mr. Hall is head of the department. of education- and also the Idepartment of sociology. Music will be furnished by the high school students. The faculty of the Kempton school were entertained at their last meeting of the term at the home of "Mrs.t Howard Boyer Monday evening with Mrs. Addle Dunham assisting hostess. The evening was pleasantly spent in a social way followed by the hostesses serving black walnut cake, fruit sala3, date bars and cocoa. Mrs.' Ella Duncan met with an accident early Tuesday morning while visiting her daughter., In some way she caught her foot in a floor rug and fell in a way that wrenched her right leg and; she is -confined to her bed with severe pain. She has been suffering with rheumatism for the past several days and will probably have to remain quiet for a few days. Jofin A. Duvall, Georgie Duvall and Mrs. Mattie Bennett of near Lebanon were Tuesday guests of George Auble, Jr., and family. Mrs. Jane Wilson who has been suffering for the past ten days with heart trouble is slowly improving. Clifford Lineback and family of Kok'omo and Oren Johnson and family were Sunday dinner guests of Elmer Mitzenberg and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Hiatt of Frankfort visited Tuesday with their niece Fred Farlow and family. Mrs. Roy Fearnow who has been very ill with bronchitis and bordering on pneumonia is reported to be some better. The last payment of the Tipton Tribune is due April 16. Your | reporter will call to collect. A birthday celebration- was held at the home of Chester Larue ft Greentown Sunday in honor of Mrs. Larue and her twin sister Mrs. Guy Orr of Kempton. They are daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hinkle of Goldsmith. There .were about thirty guests including their fatfier and mother. Frederic Spencer, a medical student from I. U.. taking his advanced work "at Indianapolis spent Thursday evening and Friday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spencer. Limb is Mending Nicely. Mrs. Sam Vawter and her son Charles Vawter are planning to go to Indianapolis Sunday and will visit at the home or Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vawter, former Tipton residents. Mrs. Harry Vawter who fell in the bathroom of her home 14 weeks ago and suffered a broken hip is getting along nicely and : latest X-ray pictures show the injured (bone. ha\s mended perfectly and that the limb will not be shortened. Mrs. Vawter has be'en at her home two weeks, after spending 12 weeks in the hospital. Potatoes Choice eating stock, two ; 15-lb. pecks Crackers Salted Sodas 2lb. box Satisfaction, Packed Iffaxwell House SUGAR p ™ e:<!ane ' 1 ° 4b - IK Improving. C. A. Murphy of Atlanta, who has been seriously ill for some time, is reported to be' improving and is now able to be up and around the house a portion of the time. ENIOYMORE SUNNY DAYS Tonr moods, yonr actions, yonr very p«r»onality—all arc inflneneed by the state of your health. 'Avoid common constipation doe to insufficient "bulk" in meal*. Thit ailment may came headache*, los* of appetite and energy. It take* the color oat of living. Kellogg'* ALL-BUN, a natural laxative fopd, fnrniihe* yon .with tail needed|! 4 bnlk. n Wilhin the body, it absorb* moisture, and form* a soft man. Gently, this clean out the inteMinal waltes. • The "bulk" in ALbBUN remains effective with continued use. Two Ublespoonfoli dafly are usually raffident. Chronic cates, with each meaL If not relieved this way, see. yonr doctor. J*n*t thi* cereal-food better than: patent medicines? . ' AlX-BtAN al*o provide* vitamin B and iron4 Serve it a* a cereal with mflk oricnein, or cook into .muffin*, " read*, 'wa^es. etc. It's much more nan part-bran prod- .nets, tret U|e red- • > '•^» v Sftc B««I» MACARONI MATCHES ANGEL FOOD CAKES —13-egg, each BROOMS — 4-sewj well made, OA r each «**><* CHOCOLATES— Perlb PEANUT BRITTLE—2 Ibs. .. OXYDOL- 01 Large box *• **• DEL MONTE COFFEE—Vacuum pack, Ib. BIRDSEED—American, box CORN FLAKES-|Miiler ? s, large box SOAP CHIPS—Clean Quick, 5-lb. box RED BEANS— Jackson, can — KIDNEY BEAN Jackson, per can TOMATO PUREE —per can HOMINY— Jackson, can ... 3RAPE FRUIT No. 2 cdn ... BUCKETS—10- qt. each SEED POT ATOESST^t $1.39 OLEp Superfine S — Fresh Fruits and Vegetables BANANAS—Solid ripe, 4 Ibs CELERY—Florida, per bunch STRAWBERRIES—Pint box CARROTS—Fancy, 2 bunches ... HEAD LETTUCE—Large, 2 heads ORANGES—Florida, dozen SWEET POTATOES^-3 Ihs CAULIFLOWERf-Large head NEWPEAS-Pelb. GREEN BEANS-j-Per Ib BUTTON RADISHES—Per bunch RHUBARB—Per j bunch ENDIVE—Per bunch GREEN ONIONS—3 bunches for i Fre$h Meats and Fish Fresh Ground Hamburger, 2 Ibs. Pan Sausage, Ib. raa »»u«, 5 ,, » 20c Lean Pork Chops, Ib., 28c Beef, Veal and Pork, ground for loaf 2 Ibs. ....... Loin Pork Roast Ib. . .27c Lean Pork Roast Ib \rm Swiss Steak, Ib. 20c Round Swiss Steak, Ib. Beef Pqt Roast, Ib, . .18c Pimento Minced Ham, 20^ Sugar Cured Jowl Bacon, Ib Sugar Cured Hamlets, no bone, 2 to 3 Ibs, Ib. . Sugar Cured Bacpn sliced, Ib • Sliced Breakfasi Bacon, V^-lb. pkg. • • • ^- '—^ y Spare Ribs, Ib. Liver Pudding, Ib., 11 Large Bologna Ib. Beef Brains, Ib., Beef Liver, ;lb. ... Pork Hearts, Ib. - - Largd Wieners, lb. t Small Wieners, " Catfish ' I OCEAN PILLKTS All Fish-jNo Bones, Ib. »* f i

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