The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 19, 1935 · Page 4
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SWIFT'S BONELESS HAMS. Half or whole, per Ib FOOD SAVINGS 14c 48c SUGARS ST..^. BLISS COFFEE^ POWDERED SUGAR—Fine, 2 Ib. pkg. WILSON'S MILK !S 13c 21c 25c 17c KINGN'SOLEOf b : r 15c 35c 14c FLOUR NAVY BEANS CAMAY SOAP ."£ CORN MEAL € SHREDDED WHEAT MAT A PAW! or SPAGHETTI, JVlAWlItUlll Bess brand, 4 for 25c OXYDOL'f« e box 25c 18c 2k JEWEL SHORTENING 1 pound carton 15c BACON No Rind Ib. «/DC Swiss Steak, Cut From Round Ib. 23c Beef Pot Roast, Per Ib. 18c Pork Roast, nice, per Ib 23c Pork Chops, lean, per Ib 28c Beef Roast, tender, Ib 21c Pure Ground Beef, per Ib 17p iVeal Steak, .boneless, Ib 30c Bologna, per Ib 17c frankfurters, Ib 17c Pork Steak, per Ib. 25c Cubed Steaks, boneless, Ib 29c Beef Liver, per Ib 17c Pork Sausage, per Ib. 22c Veal Roast, boneless, per Ib 25c Beef Boil, 2 Ibs. for 27c Jowl Bacon, per Ib. 21c Sliced or Crushed No. 1 size per can IOC Horniiiy. Largest No. 2i Size Can, 3 Cans 2k j.'Graham Crackers, 1-lb. box .12c : 'Soda Crackers, large 2-lb. box 18c Toilet Tissue, Sursoft, large, 4 for 19c : .Crystal Wedding Oats, 2 boxes 19c .Spinach, No. 2 can lOc Pinto Beans, choice, 2-lb. pkg 19c Starch, quality lump, 3-lb. pkg 19c Vanilla Wafers, per Ib 15c fancy Peas, 2 No. 2 cans 25c Lima Beans, 2-lb. pkg -19c Swansdown Cake Flour, Scraper Free Box 29c Calumet Baking Powder, large 16 oz. can 22c Pink Salmon, tall, 2 cans 25c Puffed Wheat, 2 boxes ,.'. 19c Prunes, Del Monte, 2-lb. box 21c Knoxall Soap, large can 25c ;»&. K. Soap, large bar 5c Great Northern Beans, 3-lb. pkg 21c Grape Nut Flakes, 2 boxes 19c Nutro Milk, tall, 3 cans 18c Climax Paper Cleaner, 3 cans 25c Raspberries, gallon size 55c Crisp .HEAD LETTUCE 2 heads for 15c Fancy BANANAS 4121c 'Fine CAULIFLOWER Per head.. 23c Sweet Potatoes, nice, 4 Ibt- :.. .19c Button Radishes, bunch 7c (Onions, No. 1 grade, Ib lOc Qrape Fruit, juicy, each 5c Pancy Winesap Apples 4 Ibs 25c -Hew Green Beans, 2 Ibs 25c UJelery, per bunch 5c ^Strawberries, fancy, 2 boxes .25c A flew Carrots, 2 bunches 15c Asparagus, 2 bunches 15c New Potatoes, 2 Ibs .15c Green Onions, bunch 5c Leaf Lettuce, per Ib 15c New Cabbage, solid, per Ib. -12c Idaho Baking Potatoes, 15-lb. bag . .45c Mangoes, each 5c California Oranges, dozen 20c ' Cucumbers, 'each '• • • -15c fgfc AT NAZARENE CHCBCH. Miss Rath Gardner, i Central America Missionary to Sj>eak Sunday. As a special fea lire of their Sunday evening Easter program the congregation of 1 1 D AILY the Nazarene church will hear an interesting, entertaining and eniightening address by Miss Ruth Gardner, a returned missionary irom Central America, where she was engaged in mission work for several years. Miss Gardner will speak at tho Sunday evening service starting at 7:30 and will be actompanisd to Tipton by Mrs. Lena Burch, president of the WJomen's Missionary society of the Nazarene church for the norl hern Indiana district. Rev. Gaston R. .Coyncr, pastor of the local churcl: on North West street states the congregation is fortunate in! securing this splendid young woman speaker for the Easter evdning servi-'j and that special music will also be included in the program. An invitation is extended to the public in general tio come and hear this young woman who has been in mission wo;rk in Central America and knows its people, customs, needs and desires. LUTHERA.V CONFERENCE. Many Visiting Pastors and Trarh- ers Will He in City .Ne.vt Week. JEWELRY STOLEN. Sister of Mrs. Jesse Mclntosh Victim at Elwood. No trace has been'found of the diamond rings and brooches, valued at approximately $500, which were discovered missing from.the home of Mr. and ;Mrs. Terrill Houston of Elwood Wednesday morning. Mrs. Houston, who is a sister o,f Mrs. Jesse Mclntosh of this city, discovered the theft when she went to a jewel case to obtain a ring, and found the jewelry missing. She stated to police that she believed the diamonds were taken Saturday afternoon or evening when the family was away from home. Included in the loot were five valuable rings, and onu brooch. Mrs. Houston is well known to a number of Tipton residents having visited her sister here on several occasions. COMMHMOX SERVICE. County-Wide Service at West Street Christian Church. , KASTKR AT HOPKWKLL. Splendid Vrogrimi Arranjsi'il f<» 4 Sunday Mornins Services. Plans for the annual Northwest .conference of JLutheran pastors and teachers are going forward and some splendid sessions are anticipated during the two days' meeting, whiiih starts Wednesday April 2'! and continues April 25. I Conference services will lio held on Wednesday evening at the church and Rev. O. II. Schinit of Valparaiso wiilj deliver tli'j confessional address. Dr. O .C. Kreinhpder, president of Valparaiso uiuversity will preach' the conference sermon on Wednesday night. I Conference sessions will bo held in the school auditorium and the Ladies Aid. society will furnish luncheons and dinners during the two days. The Northwest .conference includes Lutheran churches as far south as Nnblcsville from tho Michigan state jlinc and :ill churches west of Ft. Wayne the Illinois state line. Easter Sunday will bo appropriately observed at ;the Hopewc-11 Methodist chur:-h on federal road 31, north of Tipton and a special program lias boon arranged. TIv Sunday school class taught by Oren E. Fostrr will have rharg-' of the program. Hev. M. ('. Morrow will oi'i'iipy the pulpit and will conduct tbo baptismal service and recpptinn for a class of new .members. Tho program tn hi- prosentn I by the Sunday &-:honl class will consist of vocal and iustrumtntal music and there will he, .special numbers by the choir. The county-wide Communion service will be conducted Friday evening at the West Street Christian church at 7:30 o'clock. Any person who is grateful for the sacrificial love of Christ the Saviour and considers himself a genuine follower and friend ,of that Saviour will be welcome to a place in this service. Fellowship of all who are personally devoted to the Man of Calvary and find joy in renewing the table-fellowship in commemoration of the' Last Supper is the value to bo gained socially; deepening of consciousness of the presence of tin; divine in all Christian striving is the value for the individual. The omission of evidences of denominational differences and the stressing of the common love for one Master are values of witness to tin. 1 unconvinced - world. Our world must know that. Christian people sincerely believe, and are profoundly convinced, that Jesus Christ and lie alone can !>e or ever will be a Saviour of men singly or in any colli olive sense. In a common Lord's supper, joined in by men who question no motive and no article of creed of policy of their fallow-participants, but who sock personal consciousness for the saving presence 'of Christ in a social fellowship m Christ-centered affection and devotion. to Will Change Mr. and Mrs. Walter Walz, who have been residing in apartments with Miss Hazel Swift on North Main street, will iinove Saturday to property on Cjolumbia Avo.. recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Crist. Mr. find Mrs. Crist moved to West North street in property vacated by Lcroy Plake and family. VliiyiMl Now Deal. lirunswicl:. Me., April l!l.~- O-r- lcn L. Mills, former .secretary i.f the treasury, said last night tin- philosophy underlying the now deal could not be "squared with the basic principles of Americanism." He termed such f philosophy » challenge, to constitutional li!>- erty. Taken Homo. Tho Li-alherman 'ambulance r :moved Mrs. Marion Hic-hards-m and baby daughter to their Imnn: on North East street Thursday afternoon. Tho liil* one was born Wednesday evening in Tipton. and both she and her mother getting along very nicely. - ~ — g At the Diana. One of the most exciting film dramas of the year Damon Runyon's "Princess O'Hara," a Universal picture, opens Sunday at the Diana Theater. "Santa Claus'f Improved. I Santa Claus, Ind., Pprll 19-— Definite improvement in the condition of Postmaster James Martin in the last twenty-four hours was noted yesterday. C'liristiim people can claim the message of Calvary with pc-c-uliar effectiveness. •-»* Hl'SISAS'l) ASKS DIVOKC'K. d'artli O. Day, Cnrlisvill«» Merchant, Charges AbiiMilonmrnt. fiarlh C). Day. \vh_n operates a grccery in the town of Curtisville, |s pkiintifT in an action for cii- vorci- lih d by Attorney C. W. Mount in the Tipton circuit court. The complaint charges the. parties were married August "',>. 1917 and separated April l^i. lonn, when the defendant abandoned the plaintiff. Prior to her leaving she had on divers occasions falsely accused the plaintiff of certain avts of which he was not guilty. The parties are the parents of two children Helen Marie. IB. and Garth Jones, 10. ! ORDERED MORE TICKETS. Sale tor'Jefferson Day Banquet ; Largest in History. i On account of ffieir supply of tickets being exhausted the committee from the Democratic Women's cinb of the county had the Tribune print more Thursday and they are now in the hands of the committee, for the annual Jefferson Day banquet to fie held at the j armory Monday evening April 22. The event being held in the armory will give opportunity for the accommodation of more persons than ever before and the j ticket sale will stop when the j capacity has been reached. Stokes. Jackson state chairman of the Democrat party will be the keynote speaker and many celebrities of the state 'Democratic party will be present for the meeting, which is being staged by the women, who will have with the tri during the afternoon ,Mrs. Emory SehplI, state vice-chairman. Mrs. Scholl will speak at the banquet in the evening and will address the women in the afternoon. The program committee has arranged a. splendid entertainment in addition to. the talks. the banquet will be served by the Rosary society of the St. John's church and ticket committees will report Saturday night at a.meeting so that proper arrangements can he made for preparation of the meal. ; Thirty-one young, ladies will serve the meal they being from the St. John''s church and they are sufficient in numbe'r to insure quick service. The waitresses will be Misses Betty Ertel, Katherine Altherr, Anna M. Bear. An- iiamae Tehbe, Ruth Enneking, Margaret Forst, Anna Kathryn Burke, Alice Brady. Agnes Altherr, Mary K. Ryan, Charlotte Smith, Bertha Gall, Margaret Tebb'e, Bernice Quellhorst, Dorothy Bear, -Rita Jane Tolle, Carrie Speekbaugh. Bernadine McAvoy, WALL PAPER, as low as $1.02 Per Room Rubber Gloves Real Wear 25c 75c Nyseptol Mouth Wash 49c Pint We Indo-fan 98c Very Special! 14 Pint Enamel or Paint lOc BLUE FRONT DRUG STORE Charlene Twilling, Martha Jane Mattingly, Marian Smith, Martha Quellhorst, Anna Louise Tolle, Joan Hughes, Mary Altherr, Carolyn Ley, Jean Kahler, Mary Curry, Frieda Wittman, Marie Trag- gesser and Mary Koors. These . young ladies will meet at the armory promptly at 6:00 o'clock; Monday evening to receive instructions and assignments to tables. SEE — Mildred Smiley at SLAUTER'S for Your Easter Permanent PETITION IX I!A.\KIH,'PTCV. Papers in llonmck Case Ucfern-d to Local Conrilliatoi-y Agent. Euchre Saturday night, 8 p. m. K. of P. hall; 2 for 25c. c-171 it, largest l\ size cans 3 lor >r Snaps, large 2 Ib.pkg. 25e KEEP ON TOP 0'THE WORLD When you're feeling well, you re usually happy. Life is at its best. But when you're sick and blue, days lose their zest. Yon lack enthusiasm. Common constipation, due to insufficient "hoik" A sparlclins cakt, headed by Jean Parker and Chester .Morris, and the brilliant direction <>t David Burton brinss this film all the way into the 'home stretch a winner. Among all of ; Runyon's raey snappy stories, jhis "Princess O'Hara," is considered about ;lhc best thing he has ever writtnu. It's the story o£ how a poor little Irisli lass become.4 involved initiie theft of a .famous; race horse and how .she almost iconics to grief over it. Vic Toledo, who owijs a string of taxlcabsj and a stable of horses "on the Hide, doesn't roal- lize until they tufe her to jail.; He breaks with his suc.iuty girl friend, whose horse it was that was stolen, because she Insists on prosecuting the' "Princess" O'Hara for the theft. '! Friday mornnig Attorney C'. IV. .Mount, conciliatory agent for. Tipton county, under the Frazicr- Leniku .amendment to .the bankrupt laws, received the papers in the petition of James L. RomacJc to i>e declared a bankrupt. ; Tho petition shows liabilities of S24,4!i'() and assets of S32,- Easter Flowers It is the real Easter spirit to remember the -sick and departed ones with either a blooming plant .or cut flower. We are prepared to serve you well with either, as our collection is large and varied, and prices are moderate. OPEN EVENINGS The Tauer Floral Co. 312 West Jackson. Phone 350. Tonight and Saturday Shows 7:00 and 8:45 Admission 10cand20c Artificial Easter corsages, noss- gayr. and flowers for the table. Myrtle Messmore, 12S N. Conde. C-171J 99: jold, Oleo, 2 Ibs .31c Federal, 6 boxes 25c IB., large box 19c d Cake 13-egg, large ... .39c s, per peck 15c Rice, fancy, 4-lb. pkg 19c Great Northern Beans, 3-lb. pkg. . .21c Sanifludh, tall 19c Pahnolive Soap, 3 bars ........ —l^c Jelly, aU flavors, 15 oz AxweU Hoe JUT enemy of happs* in meals, is _an living. It frequently causes headaches, loss of appetite and energy. Correct it by eating a delicious cereaL Kellogg') Aifc-BnAN is a natural food for normal persons. (It furnishes generous, " julk" to aid eliin- ination. Au^jH also ppwides vitamin B and iron. Isn't this gentle food safer : than risking patent msdieineg? jUnliko cathartic., jit tern ita( : « me. This Interested Us— j Maybe It Will You, Tpoj Notice We have enlarged our room and have employed Bill Bsigley and his band for Friday and Saturday. Come liave a good time. Friendly Inn SHARP&VILLE Dolly land Perl Seaward wttk.each not How wide are; Htandanl ruijroiul tracks, -ntad ivliy? •' Standard gauge tracks are ;5G.5 Inches, measured from Inside of one rail to the other. This \tfldth was used : for tbje: first Engllsn tramways ipo iaa to, conform to the gauge of the ccjininon road on^'to .becusetflpnl them. thlp -widtlx wasi ifjiurally soltjicted. for ,mqst p( thejpjirly steam raij- veiya and |;p^ayairad after bread8r_ arid naj-rqwer tttv fees wore I rled. th! .of . Makes the Ideal EASTER GIFT 411 '•' TIM MpCOY in "LAW BEYOND THE RANGE Action! Thrills! j Speed! Romance! Also "The Law of the Wild," and Mickey Mouse OCR LATE SATURDAY NIGHT SHOW ROGER PRYOR in "STRANGE WIVES" You'll Laugh Until Your Sides Hurt SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY SUNDAY MATINEE 2 O'CLOCK Matinee, lOc and 15c — ADMISSION — Nights, IQc and SOc

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