The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 12, 1935 · Page 6
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CULDS.MITII. tioldsmllli Mvthodist CluivcU. l Hev. M. C. -Morrow, pastor.) Sunday school, 9:30. William E. Aldridge. superintendent. Evening worship, 7: on. Hopewell Mtthoiiist Church.•• Sunday school. !)::!(). Superintendent. HilssL-11 (.'oilier. Morning worship. ln:ii(i. l Hev. Mi-CIure. pastor, i Kunday school. !i::!n. SupL-riu- lendent. Koscoi? Samuels. Morning anil evening worship ai 10:UU and 7:00. Xormanda Christian Church. (Rev. Donald Huffman, pastor.) Sunday school, fi ::!!>. superintendent. Carl Tyner. Morning and evening worship at 10:00 and 7:oo. Mr. and Mrs. Allx-vl Mirlu-1 motored to Anderson Saturday ami brought 'Miss. Luna MU-hel back ID tln« home of ln-r parents. Mr. and .Mrs. Dave .Michel. .Miss Michel. a U'Ui'iior in Anderson, \vas Mrs. Newlon for several days. Jake Phifer and family have moved from the A. H. Hinkle farm south of Goldsmith to the operated for appendicitis some j Ben Myev property in Goldsmith ago. She is now able to sit • which they have purchased. I line up part o[ the day, hut it will lie some resume her school duties. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Hover en- teriained at Sunday dinner Mr. and Mrs. lllrii Xasli- of Ar-cadia and Owen \Velrliel and family. Will Cole and family had as Sundav gui'sl* Mr. and Mrs. L. IX Henry Hargrave and family of nderson were the week end guests of Mr. Ilargrave's sister Mrs. Mildred Porter and his mother. Mrs. Hannah Hargrave. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hinkle, Fred Smith and family, ttuy Orr and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Milltr, Oiner 'Bauer and family, Allen Spencer iec the session and election of was voted that the old retained, they being ••business officers. It officers he president, .Mrs. Rafe Werner, and. secretary- treasurer, Mrs. Allen! Spencer. The next meeting will be held the second Wednesday in May at the home of Mrs. Hazel Plummer east of Atlanta. The hostjess served delicious refreshnmts of fruit salad, cake and coffee, with favors of chocolate Easter bunnies. AKCA1HA. day ' In Kokomo • -with! William Barker and family. Mrj Barker is seriously ill. He formerly lived in and near Atlanta. . and Mrs. R. |c. Hunter of Albright. Mr. arid Mrs. John Ehman were also guests in the .home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Daniels of Terre Minnie Gaelic is remodeling Haute were the week end guests j the barn' on the farm she recently of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wright, purchased north of Albright;" west of Atlanta. Lewis Wright re-j turned home with them to re- usme his college work. Mr. and Mrs. Omer Lee east of | family. Tipton were the Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mason and Mr. and Mrs. south of Atlanta. Harold Lee Cole. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Herron Guy nilhy, and Hugh Smith mo- ami Jennii Mr. and of Kokomo wove of Mr. and Mrs. H. 11 Harrum of Kokomo. tored to Grecntown Sunday and Mrs John Townseml! werc tho K " osts of Chester LarUe Monday guests j and fam "- v Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Teter en- C. Foster. Tliey helped his liirthday. Sunday guests at the Foster home were Bonnie Park and family. Mr. ami .Mrs. Arthur Findling of Kokomo \vei-f Sunday guests Foster'c el ebratoi gained Sunday Mr, Lan Wei- in' Mr. A. H. Iliiil;!.' MUSH Foster. Mrs. linger of Kokomo and Mrs. Till Henry of Tetersburg_ Edith Thompson entertained Sunday evening, Otis Dale Wel- :-hel, filen Watson, Bob Bar'r, Carl Van Fishliack. Clare Bouse. Louise Clark. Lela Mae Fishback. Wilbur Fishliack and Mr. and 'i $ 'RIAL BOTTLE 0-CEDAR FURNITURE CREAM POLISH **& WITH REGULAR 50c SIZE-RETURN URGE BOTTLE FOR MONEY) BACK IF NOT SATISFIED I Mr. :inel Mrs. Will Bilhy wcrp| M ,. s _ Orcn (! ii,bens. William pranrps Featherston visited 'over tlio wool; end with her sis- family Upr Ml::s Florence Featherston at JliMELE COUNTER Opens Saturday Morning Over forty different items on display, of new mer- \handise, just in this week. You can save money by shopping at this counter. Washington Maid Stockings Have That Glorious Sheerness Any Woman Will Prize 79c and $I.OO CREEPERS for the Child of One Year or Older, in just the style and color you will like. .. 59c and 79c JACK SPRATT YOUR WIFE'S TOO AND SOU ARE W 150 LEAN EAT BREAD vou rwo, AND T MEN VOU'LL Sunday fjii'-st.s of Mrs. (I. Couper <*1 Kokoiun. Lawrence Shook and were ihe week end gu<>Ms nf Mrs. (| u , in,,,,,. () f Mrs. Nellie Tyner Chunk's pa-i-i'iils. I.iiivel 'IVtrv and and daughter Jane. .Mr. and Mrs. family near Kiikoino. Floyd KVatherston, uncle of the .Mrs. (). H. . \Viiodrtiff and | girls, -ame Sunday and all" were daughter Donna Jian of Kokinno quints at Tipton. \vci-i> Sunday nielli and MomU'.y Carl Van Fishback v.-as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alhert | honor gnest at a birthday dinner Newlon. Donna Jean is visiting I celebrating his 22nd birthday an- lier grandparents. Mr. and niversary Sunday at the home ot his parents. Air. and Mrs. John Fishhaek of Indianapolis. The I home was beautifully decorated ii j keeping with Kastrr. Tho center ' pic n; for the heavily laden tablt was a large birthday -cake. Roy Ileamer and family and l:<aa«' Mclntire entertained Sun day (!. M. Kidding and family, Hetty Kelly of Burlington and Arthur Cross and family. A Tuesday night guest was Deloris Mc- Inlire.. Hev. and Mrs. M. C. Morrow and Mrs. Garland Horton attended the revival service at the Kempton Methodist church Friday evening. After church they were guests of Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Bean and Mr. and Mrs. Jamet Clark of Kempton. George Frederick of Crown Point was from Monday until Wednesday guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Werner and Sam Bitner. Mrs. Garland Horton was a Thursday afternoon guest of Eli Horton and family near Ja-cRson .Station. Tfiu Senior class of Goldsmith high school were guests Friday ol Indiana Central college in Indianapolis. A banquet was given at the noon hour at the college. Later most of the seniors attend! ed shows at the Lyric arid Appollo I theaters. Others viewed places of interest in the city. The seniors were accompanied by Miss Florence Featherston, Professor Francis Mitzenberg, Mrs. Ruby Smith and Paul Egler. Jean Mahaffey entertained the Epworth League of the Goldsmith home of her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mahaffey. A short business. j session was held at which plans were made for an Easter sunrise breakfast at the Goldsmith church Easter morning'. The program will begin at 6:00 with breakfast at 7:00. STembers of the league are asked to invite their friends: Mrs. Guy Wimer led the devotoinal period. After the business session the. young people sang Epworth institute songs and played games and contests. Refreshments of sandwiches, doughnuts, plcKles and cocoa were served. The next meeting will be Monday evening, April 22 at the home of Gerald and Mildred Fo'ster. Mrs. Lewis 'Miller was hostess of the Neighborhood club •west of Tipton Wednesday atternSbn^. In ' "' ^ " Mrs. Ella Warman Iwho has been living in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Branson lor the past-two years is njoving this week into the Kibler : property near the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Hershal Davis of Indianapolis were guests Saturday night of Mr. and .Mrs. Glen Drumm. Mr. Davis who Is a former Arcadia resident will he the toastmaster at the alumni banquet Saturday, night April 20. He will bring some musical talent with him from Indianapolis for an added attraction, i ; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Newton of Alma, MfcTi.. were guests from Monday until Wednesday of Dr. and Mrs. Roy Fisher. ; Mr. and Mrs. Newton were en route to their home in Michigan after spending the winter in St. Petersburg, Florida. Mrs. Clara Hartzler spent Saturday and Sunday at Fishers as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brown were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Brown and in the afternoon they all visited at Suri- nyside at Indianapolis with M>s. Hartzler's granddaughter, Mrs. Mardelle Lawrence. I Mrs. Nina Rodenbeck and Mrs. Mollie Dickover had as their dinner guests Sunday Don Dickover and-family of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Marquis of Cicero and Mr. and Mrs. James Correll. Martha Jane j Dickover who had been visiting; here for the past week with her! aunt and grandmother accompanied h e r parents home in the evening. Wesley Abel spent the week end in Rockport and; brought Mrs. Abel and daughter Sarah Jane whb .had been vipiting her mother Mrs. Nora Jones for the past two weeks to their home here. Eugene, Junior and Mary Margaret Albright will broadcast again Saturday at 3:30 o'clock over station WHBU at [Anderson. The children have unusual voices and it is a pleasure to hear them sing. i Mr. and Mrs. E. P. jWhisman were entertained at a prettily appointed dinner Sunday j at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gunning, the dinner being given in honor of the birthday^ of Mr. Whisman. j Mrs. John McGill was given a pleasant surprise Tuesday evening when relatives galhered at her home for supper, each bringing a well filled lunch basket. The surprise was iu honor of her birthday which occurred Wednesday. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lewis of Hinkle Creek; Mr. and Mrs. James Gwinn, Mr. and Mrs. Charles DeVaney and Mr. _and Mrs. Mark McGill and John McGill. l 51rs. Glen Gunning, Emma Knause, Mrs. Conrad Rode, Mrs. Mary Teal and MrsJ Cortex Thompson were at Noblesville Tuesday and attended a religious institute. 1 Mrs. Cleyta Logan and son John David have returned home from Jasonville where thby vis- Mr. and Mrs. Ames of Park county spent Sunday with Mr. Tribune Want Ads Get Results. Mr, and Mrs. Harold Lee, south i morning of Atlanta, were Monday after-! Mary and of Windfall spent Sunday evening In Cicero with friends. Emergency Operation. Charles Pearson of the Hobbs community underwent an emergency operation Friday morning in Tipton. fallowing'- a severe attack at appendicitis earlier in the morning. Tho yonns man. who is employed on the farm of Mrs. Effle Ressler, hiis suffered several previous attacks, hut the one Friday was the worst. Latest; reports from the sick bed; stated he is getting along as well as possible. Is Improving. Miss Bessie Rose, assistant Tipton Librarian who has been In the Mercy hospitay at Elwood for many weeks under treatment, is reported to be Improving, nicely at this time. The special nurse has been released and she is gaining, although visitors are not be- ins admitted to her room. ited her parents. Tuesday of this week they visited at with her sister. Speedwuy WEST ATLANTA. Albright Church Notes: Sunday school, 9:30, followed by morn- Ing worship, 10:30. Prayer meeting "Wednesday evening. East Union church notes: Sunday school, 9:30. i Glenn Park and family or Indianapolis spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Park and Mr. and Mrs. John Sarajiels and attended the Scully funeUl Monday. | Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Shaffer of Albright were the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Langolf near Arcadia. Norban Spldel and family also were Sunday guests in the LangoLt home. S. R. Mohler and aonlcharleg of West Atlanta visited Wednes- DR. O. W, 01 CUT food costs while this sale lasts! Crisp, delicious Kellogg's Corn Flakes— your family's favorite cereal—now featured as a special in the great Spring Sale! Change to crispness! Order several packages from your grocer today. Serve Kellogg's for breakfast, lunch or supper. Nourishing. Ready to eat with milk or cream. Always oven-fresh. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. SPRING FOOD SALE Featuring Values Galore At Your A&P Store This Week 8 O'CLOCK COFFEE World's Largest Seller 3 Ei! 49c (Single Pound 17c) Red Circle Coffee "> 19c Bokar Coffee 2 i". Tm, 45 C WISCONSIN CHEESE Miw Lb PINK SALMON Alaska IONA FLOUR TUNA FISH A&P AMMONIA 19c lOc (Special Brand 24-Lb. Bag 75c) Fancy Light Meat 78c Can Quart Bottle Gold Medal Flour Nutley Oleo "i"$1.06 Beans 2 ">•• 27c Pan Rolls Ann Pace Qrand- muther'3 Matches uww 6 "««-25 Welch's G S Tomatoes *« 2 c™ 19c Syrup Re ^jl ba Spaghetti 3^4 c.» 25c Swansdown £" 0kuer »«, 27c 3 Giant Cans Doz. 5C • 2 B ct B .35c 3-Lb. Can Northern Crinkles Jelly A0 7 Soup ?>% Ti " ue Rc » 5c Gauze Lb 15c Hash De S25lOc Corn- C 2 ho ca dne s25c Bread N c hBocc Tissue 3 Ro115 llC f 2 Cans 29C 2 P^S. 19 C Home Mada Style Ask About 20 Free Tours of Europe in Palmolive Contest on "Why I Use and Prefer Palmolive aoap PALMOLIVE SOAP 3ca" SUPER SUPS (3|£ 8 .25c)3 £j;.50c AJAXSOAP SOAP Crystal White 10 Bars BANANAS—Extra fancy quality, 5 Ibs. .24c BU.VCH CARROTS—Fancy California, bunch .~>r KiRKKN ONIONS—8 bunches i H>< - STRAWBERRIKS—Red ripej box 1""' ORANGES^-Caiif. seedless, |giant size, juicy, dz. 39c IN OUR Sugar Cnre<l, Whole or ' shank Hal( l BOILING BEEF, extra fanfcy, Ib. — BEEP POT ROAST, choice cul.s, lb. Ib. 19c _15c .lOc lb. 19c 2 Ibs. 25e loaf. Ib. — i— 15c L_27c laddockFi Ib. 13ic DBBSS G, lb. Cream Puffs With Whip Cream and Custard Filling Pecan Rolls, Salt Rising Bread and Raisin Bread CASE BAKERY You can serve these dependable, vniormly line quality Clover Firm lomaw ptoduoj with every meal •> M unbniled number o( ippctizinf WM. TW/re bcakhlul-UI of vfanu«! CLOVER FARM Tomatoes E.xtra Fancy Unusually Solid Pack CLOVKR FA~RM Tomato Juice A Delicious Health Drink. CLOVKR PAKM Cans 2k Tomato Catsup i4oz.notue I5c Finest Quality From!Red Ripe Tomatoes. CLOVKR, FAKM Corn Flakes 3 Tall Cans 2Sc lOe Large, Sweet Ciolden Flakes Large I'kg. CLOVKIt FAKM Condensed Tomatoes, No. 2, 15c CLOVK.R FAKM Spaghetti, pkg. lOc FLOUR CLOVER FARM ALL-PURPOSE An Jt-forpotf .Hour e) the I***, *ujr*Mctd ff^*r. irfWonMy milmintt by wuljui ol fery iKpnxt*. 5 & 27c 24 £41.08 ^MARGARINE V f lover Farm RAZOR BLADES Single or Double I'kg. lOc Ib 21C Select SPRING VEGETABLES WEEK EXD OXLY Winesap Apples, 5 Ibs ......... 23c Pine eating and cooking Celery, nice size, bunch ....... 5c Long Red Radishes, 3 bunches . . lOc Head Lettuce, solid, crisp, 2 for I5c Bananas, golden, fruit, Ib. ..... 5c Sunshine Stampede Wafers, y z Ib ......... ...... lOc 'Jelly Orange Slices, cellophane bag .............. lOc Dreft, for fine fabrics, pkg .................... - -15c Tomato Soup; Clover Farm, 2 cans .......... ..... 13c Graham Wafers, Edgemont, 1-lb. box ........... 19c Tomatoes, Glendale, 3 No. 2 ;cans ................ 25c Paper Cleaner, "Clean," giant can ............ . -29c Sani-Flush, per can ....... • .................... 21c Mop Sticks, each ... ------- > Ammonia, Clover Farm, quart Hardwater Soap, Kirk's, 3 bars ........... .... .lie Argo Starch, 2-lb. pkgs ........................ 15c Green Cup Coffee, per Ib ............ - .......... ™ c Sliced Peaches, Clover Farm brand, 2 tall cans . . .25c Baking Powder, Clabber Girl, 10 oz Fresh and Smoked Meats WEEK EXP QXLV Keener Hamburger, 2;lbs ....... 29c Fresh Ground Keener Pure Lard, Ib. .... . .lo l / 2 c Pork Sausage, bulk, Ib ......... 19c Smoked Boneless Picnics, Ib. . . .23c \Vholo or half . Brick Cheese, old-fashioned, Ib., 25c Haddock Fillets, per Ib ........ 23c Clover Farm cello wrapped Ocean Fillets, 2 Ibs 9c Deep seo flavor _ Haddock Fillets, small, Ib Pabst-ett CHEESE Pkg. 17c The original whole milk cheese food, rich in vitamin content, easily digested. Available 1 in three varieties — Standard, Pimento and Swiss. BUHER CloverlFarin l»rlnt» in 39c Clover Farm Country (Koll, ib. 38c i CLOVER FARM BARTLETT PEARS Tall Can ANNE CHERRIES I 111 vail COCKTAIL ',. This Sale for April 12th to Apiil 18th,lnchi»iye . MAY, TiptOIL_ _ I. REK8E, Kempton.

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