The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 19, 1935 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, April 19, 1935
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'3-^ * i N • ^ F ~+- r-| _ -J^V^ * THIS the evening was spent" in games, after which the hostesses served sandwiches and punch. Maxine and Mariam Peters were the dinner guests Sunday of Emery Reese and family of Butlerville. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Reese of Gas City, Hansel Reese and family of Michigan City and Bob Davis. Deloris Roode, Eloise Wheeler, Anderson attending the Hagenback- Dan Peru bargain of the year! Change to crispness with Kellogg's Corn Flakes, now in a great Spring Sale at your grocer's. Lower price! Bigger value than ever! Serve Kellogg's for breakfast, lunch or supper. Crisp — delicious — nourishing. Oven-fresh. Ready to serve. Matchless quality and flavor. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. Order several packages today! The first meeting of the :O, K. 4-H Club of Kempfon was held Friday at the schoo newly elected officers are as follows: Vice president, Mary Ed- ! ' I TIPfON BAttY building. The wards; secretary-treasurer. Dor- KKMPTOX. v ; Methodist Church. (Rev. James C. Bean. Minister.) Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship, 10:45 a. m. Easter worship: sermon "Awake." There will be the baccalaureate services at 7:30 p. m. Sermon by Rev. Bean. The high school students will furnish the music. A group of siudents from the Wesley Foundation at Purdue University will conduct the even- ing services Sunday. April 2Sth Kev. McFadden, their leader the student pastor for the West Lafayette Methodist church. The work of the Wesleyan Foundation will he explained and several of its leading young workers presented to the Kempton congregation. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Samuels entertained the Bachelors Club at their home east of Kempton Friday evening at a pitchin dinner with twenty members and families present. After the bountiful meal Guy Kelley and spent Sunday at the opening of Wallace circus. T. F. Hubbartt and family were Sunday dinner guests of Earl Stewart and family of Sheridan 1 . Mrs. Hubbartt remained for a week's visit with her brother and family. Mr. .and Mrs. C. W. Seiver of Kokomo were guests Tuesday of the former's sister Mrs. Oma Mott. Ed Durham of Kokomo spent the week end with his nncle Sant Durham and family. Ruth Johnson entertained the Standard Bearers class of which she is a member at a two course supper Monday evening. Covers j were laid for eight with place cards of yellow rabbits and favors of miniature flower pots In pastel colors with a touch of | green carrying out the Easter scheme. The centerpiece was a larg pink hyacinth. Preceding the supper after all were seated the devotions were led by the council- lor. Mrs. Smith and songs were sung. After supper the business session followed and Martha Barnett gave the lesson on the subject "Typhoon Days in Japan." The next meeting will be the third Tuesday evening in May. Jesse Ellis who has been living in Hamilton county for the past 2 M: years has moved to Kempton his former home. He is located in othy Ployd; reporter, Jean Harlow; song and yell leader, Juanita Hawkins; and pianist, Rosemary Gossard. Forty-four members are enrolled. The next meeting will be May 14 at the Metho- dist'church In Kempton. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Eaton are the proud parents of an 8- pound baby daugh nesday at 11:45 at Kempton. This is the first child in the home and the first grandchild of Mr. and ,er born Wed- thelr home in Mrs. Orvtlle Eaton and Mr. and Mrs. Avery Roode. The little one has been given the name of j Nerita Kay. The mother .prior to her marriage committee" was sought by attorneys ,for the Northern', Indiana Power Company today after the group had been accused of responsibility for continued expansion of municipal -plant facilities. Existence of the committee was revealed in Huntliigton Circuit court Wednesday during a hearing on contempt charges the power company -had filed against Mayor clare W. H. -Bangs, five city em- ployes and five customers of the city plant. The power company is asking $10,000 damages against the ll defendants on 1 a charge that they violated a court order prohibiting extension of city plant service In the commercial field. Come | to our Perfection Paint demonstration on next Saturday April 20, and hear the clored quartet, all free. Rexall Drug Store^ c-170 EASTER FOOD SALE Featuring Armour's "Meal of The Month" Armour's Star Smoked, Skinned HAMS Whole or Shank Half 23 In Our Meat Markets HAMS — Clover Blossom, whole or 91 *» shank half, lb.. £1C SMOKED PICNICS — Shankless, lb FR5TING CHICKENS Extra select, lb. BOILING BEEF— Young and tender, lb BEEF— Fresh ground, lb ..... : HADDOCK FISH— Lb DRESSED WHITING— Lb ............. CODFISH-^Skinless, boneless, lb Enjoy W. C. Field's Favorite Easter Dinner—Here's The Menu! Consomme With Toast Strips Baked Star Ham With Pineapple and Stuffed Prunes Candied Sweet potatoes Buttered Asparagus Tips Hot Rolls Butter Head Lettuce Salad Strawberry Bavarian Cream Coffee 15c SUGAR. Pure Cane, 10 lb. Cloth Bag 49c NAVY BEANS, 10 Ibs. 39c MARSHMALLOWS BOKAR COFFEE Soup oSSU 2 c.n. 29c Dressing l£ dh & 29c Prunes, bO-100 size, lb., 5c Jelly Bird Eggs Sparkle g££ 6 pk " 25c Candy 2 l-Lb.JC r Tins tDC Lb. Lb. lOc 15c Olives Olives Cake Encore Staffed Sultana Plain C*«nr One Guaranteed bed Ansel Food Tomatoes Butter DOI. 21c Chocolate Dropi 25c Bread Ion» Can Home Made Style u>. 35C Lb. IOC 24-Oi.Q.. LSaf W Del Monte Specials For Your Easter PINEAPPLE 29c « B %£<. DEL MONTE PEACHES DEL MONTE PEARS FRUITS FOR SALADS ASPARAGUS °el Monte 2 "^ 33c 2 & 45C 35C i No. 1 Sq. 45c the McCarthy residence. Mary McClelland of Greencastle arrived Thursday to visit with her sister Mrs. Jesse Mott and other friends for a week. was Margaret Roode, daughter ofj Mr. and Mrs. Avery Roode'.. Both mother and babe are doing jiicely. School Notes. Exhibit Day was held Wednesday at the school building. A program was held; in the afternoon as follows: Group soffgs, the high school glee ciub; songs, 5-6 grades; song, 3-4 grades. Style Show, Home EC. class: songs and music, by rhythm band. After the program the women were invited to the annex for tea and for thej Home EC. exhibit] The Juniors have been working on their reception to be given for the Seniors JFriday night. Committees are as follows: Entertainment, George Auble, Thelma Orr, John Gossard, Mary Edwards and Fred Ho|bbs. Reception: H. D. Briggs, Anita Beaver, Dorothy Floyd, Orvilla Hunter, Rosemary Gossard and Bob Hawkins. OTHERS SOrGHT. HuntinRton Electric Plant Fight Involves Some Citizens. (By United Press). Huntington, Apj-il 19. — Identity of members of a "consumers EASTER VALlfES AT YOUR KROGER ST^RE FRESH EGGS FLOUR BUTTER FLOUR FLOUR OLEO SUGAR COFFEE Guaranteed Strictly Fresh Bulk] Dbz. Gold Medal or Pillsbury Ayondale High Quality Eatmor Pure Granulated. Stock Up Jewel Smooth, 3-Lb. Bag 56c Country Club. Free Prom Grit 24-Lb. Sack 24-Lb. Bag 2 10 27c »• SPINACH GINGER ALE Plus 2c Bottle Charge niUCADDI C Country Club. Fancy PINbArrLb Hawaiian Slices No. 2 Can j Case I No. I0c 95c Wesco Sodas. Crisp. Lb.lOe 2-Lb. Pkg. LWBERRIES—Fancy, red ripe, 2 boxes .. .25c " WOES-IT. S. No. 1, peck • 15c •TOMATOES—Red, ripe^ Ibs. 25c IUNCH 6AEROTS—Bunch Be Korida, stalk ,. 5c Peaches 3 c ^. SOc Maxwell House Country Club. Halvu. Slice! Good to the Imft drop Angel Focd Cake E - 39c Jelly Bird Eggs The Fauoui 13-Ege Cake Egg Dyes pk «- lOc Axiortcd Brilliant Colors ...^ .. Asparagus Nc °;» 2 1O " w*eatle» Country Club. All "Green Coffee Lb - 1 chuoploiu 29o 97c <Plo§ Se TU) lie 28c Cigarettes ««• $1.20 Country Club. Vacuum Packed Yonr FaroHU Brand Chase &Sanborn ">• 29c Peas The Dated Coffi Mo. 1 Cu FlnMt SUndud P«k : B%% Red Ripe Loniaianas Firm, Yellow Ripe Fruit STRAWBERRIES BANANAS Oranges D °*- 37c Grapefruit California Navel. : Floridm Marth Seedlee. Tomatoes 2 ".. 25c Asparagus Fancy Bed ripe !««• °*w CalBojrnU MEATS FOR YOUR EASTER FBAST ** i ; lOc ABMOUE'B STAB SMOKED HAMS AUo Country Club—Swiff. Premium 8UGAB CUBED SMOKED HAMS SMOKED PICNICS Fancy Milk i>W J> i «<>tn •'»' > IHU0KRO, Whole or Shank HaH Butt Halt Lft. Me 24c BRBABT, (or flllinf o r potple, ROAST, tender sbimller, Ib.. CHOPS, rib or loin,lib. -__J.fl6c- CDTLBT8, (or bMhdi|«, 'Ib. tender cute, lb. Lb. Lk Cream Puflfs With Whipped Cream Pecan Rolls Salt Rising Bread Glazed Doughnuts Honey Krust and Sliced Twin Bread CASE BAKERY KEENER BRAND SUGAR-CURED. SMOKED AM PER P O UN D_ er, succulent tuga retired ham for Eaflcr dinncri Your Clover Farm Food Slore hat the country's finest : MEAT DEPARTMENT SPECIALS I ; WEEK-END ONIiY Keener Pork Roasts, lean, Ib —23c Keener Ground Beef, for meat loaf, 2 Ibs 31c Keener Veal Roasts, Ib., 24c; Stews, Ib -14c Bologna or Liyer Sausage, Ib. 15c Sliced Bacon, Delaware brand, cello wrap, y z Ib., l)7c Ocean Fillets, deep sea flavor, 2 Ibs. 27c Ocean Fillets deep sea flavor, 2 Ibs Clover Farm Qteo, 2 Ibs Clover Farm 27c 29c CANDY Jelly Bird Eggs Fine- for Easter. Jelly Kggs; moderate in price, Ib. Real Cut Red Beets For Yonr Pickled Eggs Pabst Cheese I'imento, Brick, Limburger or American 9 * lb _ _ £ pkgs. (jlover Farm Jell may be made without boil- Ing water, and Is quick setting. The true nnt- ural fruit flavors are long lasting. ALL FLAVORS — EASTER COLORS Clover Farm COFFEE 'Pull of Vigorous Aroma pound • tin CLOVER FARM Pure Jelly, 2 jars 25c AH Flavors : CLOVER FARM Stuffed Olives 21c OH-<>•<!• jar CLOVER FARM Grape Fruit, 2 cans . .25c No. a cans PRODUCE DEPARTMENT SPECIALS | WEEK-END ONLY Onions, new Texas, lb. Grape Fruit, Texas seedless, nice size, each .. Head Lettuce,; solid, crisp, head Cucumbers, fancy hothouse, each Bananas, golden fruit, 4 Ibs Clover Farm *%O*» Clover Farm Prints In <XIV Country ttX «>. .9c .5e .7c BUHER IKoll, lb. 37c Clover Farm Brand Baking Chocolate, % lb. — 15c Sweet •Milk Chocolate, . lb. — -.-i - 15c Beth for GLENDALE Peaches, 2 cans 33c Heavy syrup; No. 2% Cans Canned Mackerel .. - ; . 9c Tall can RIPPLED Wheat; 2 pkgs 21c Clover Farm Flour Don't Gamble — Buy j Clover Farm 94 "V$1 fifl £ft sack «PJ..iK> CLOVER FARM Toilet Tissue, 14 rolls . .25c SALLY CIA>VER ; Paper Napkins, pkg., Both for 26C Old Gold Ciga'rettes, carton $1.20 Your Guests' JFavorite j . . .. . Blue Ribbon Flour, 24-lbi sack .75e Ivory Soap, 2ibars — ',••••• — • • llc Start in Life Contest Krispy Crackers, 1-lb. box .17c CLOVER FARM! j ' j- .: i• • • Quick BiflcuilJ, jFlour, 40jo*. pkg^ • -27c CLOVER PARMJ j j 1 i, . Cake Flour, 44-oz. pkg. .', ••!- • • • • -?7c Super Refined 'for Cakes a|nc| Pastry | t .:....... I9c CLOVER FARM! Marshmallows, per ft. In Bright Eaafier Colors KruBty!Brani|2pkg8. The Bran You'll Like CLOVER H French | Di Bfokea Salads .25c ng, bottle] Taste .15c This Sale tor AprU ipth to Apcflj| FREE .Inclusive w.i. .PAOB . €hk^ Everything for Your EASTER DINNER .P/^pC Fresh selected, EAlxJtJ 2 dozen DITTTli'P Pleasant Valley DU1 ILlV creamery, lb. .. Superfine, 2 Ibs. for Pure cane, 10-lb. jag for Select eating stock; 15-lb, pk., 14c; 7O/. 90-lb. bag •••- U7UI7 A TIE Q A beautiful Shirley Temple V? HLA1 Uijj dash free, with 2 boxes .. -. 39c 34c 27c 49c !» ii •& -Irl 1 i m jt-.f -.35= i Fresh Fruits and Vegetables STRAWBERRIES—Fresh, pint box 10c BANANAS—Ripe, solid, 4 Ibs 21c. CARROTS—Fresh, per bunch 5c HEAD LETTUCE—Solid, 2 heads 13c CELERY—Florida, bunch 5c Cauliflower, lg, head . .21c Sweet Potatoes, 3 Ibs., lOc New Peas, Ib. ...... -10c Green Onions, 3 bch., lOc •-. !• '&' MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE, per lb. 29c CHASE & SANBORN DATED COFFEE, lb.,^29c BLISS COFFEE, vacuum pack, lb >23c — : April Shower o f ns lOc 15c ,23c 25c 5c . 5c 5c 55c 55c 69c PINEAPPLE—Del Monte sliced, 2 No. 2 cans ... -29c PINEAPPLE—Half slices, 3 large No. 2y 2 cans . .49c MARSHMALLOWS—Fresh, 1-lb. cello bag CHOCOLATE CANDY—Soft centers, lb. . HEALTH SOAP—3 bars for • SHREDDED COCOANUT—6-oz. pkg. POWDERED SUGAR—XXXX cane, 3 Ibs. KNOXALL SOAP—Per can RED BEANS—Jackson, can . - RED KIDNEY BEANS—Jackson, can ... HOMINY—Jackson, can ™ COFFEE—Rio, per lb. - - • • 1 CHERRIES—Red, seeded, No 10 can -. .BLACK RASPBERRIES-NO. 10 can . FEACHES—In Syrup, No. 10 can . - • • ED 1717 One k° x Super Suds with Five I* 1x1.0.1 Crystal White Soap, all for Hams for EASTER Swift's Premium or Armour's Star HALF OR WHOLE HAM--Per lb. Sugar Cured Picnics, 4 to 6 Ibs., lb Armour's Star or Swift's Premium Bacon, Smoked Hamlets, no bone, 2, to 3 Ibs., lb. . Sugar Cured Jowl Bacon, per lb. • Smoked Ham, center cutsi lb Stew lb ..... 15c Small Wieners, lb. ... _ Pork'Roast, lb.. .27c. Frankfurters, lb. - -24c Minced Ham, ft. Lean Pork Steak, ft., 25c Lamb Roast, Ib. Perk Chops, Ibj ......28c ^Lamb. Chops lb.. Round Swiss Steak lb. 25c Veal Roast, Ib. . Atm Swiss] Ste>k, lb. 20c Leg o^ 1 " 1 *; *• Chuck Roast, choice, .20c Veal Chops, lb. . Fresh Ground Hamburger, lb Fresh Ground Sausage, per Ib. Beef Brainp, lb. ...12Ho Smoked Sausage, Ib,,^ Beef, Veal 'and Pork, grouiid for loaf, 2 Ibs. ... .| i8q lb., 3Qe 35o± '!'--fea

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