The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 19, 1935 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, April 19, 1935
Page 5
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'J' •Sf Every Day Prices! Pint Rubbing Alcohol . .19c $155 Indo-Vin ; .98c 50c Ipana Tooth Paste .39c $1.25 Vercolate Tablets 98c 50c Pepsodent Tooth Paste 38c 50c Mite of Magnesia 39c 75c Antiseptic Mouth Wash 49e 35c Hinkle's Pills (100) 19c 60c Syrup of Pepsin 49c Ovaltine, large size 69c 100 Pure Aspirin Tablets ; 49c 85c Dextri-Maltos 69c $1.20 S. M. A 98c Wall Paper Cleaner Sc can 15e Gerbers Baby Food lOc can Wall Paper and Paints Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — Phone -Hi. West Side Square 11 church the following program S « I r* i_ 1 will lu> siv.-ii l>v some of the jun- ocial bvents Easter Program. Sunday inorning at tlie Sunday school hour in the Junior Depart- Methodist ment of the Kemp .Motnocusi : lhl ._ r _ ment of the Kemp Methodist' I iors. Anyone interested and wish- j ins to see the program is'cordial- ly invited: Kaster story—Olin Ward Rose. Piano Solo—IVtty Gene Goal'. | Reading — Cenr^.- Fretz. i Vocal Solo—Naomi Ruth Find- the Kemp Methodist church will meet Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock In the church basement. A full attendance ol members is desired. Shower Party. Agroup of friends gathered Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Walz on North Main street for a delightful surprise pitchin supper in honor of Mrs. Walz. The occasion was also a miscellaneous shower for Mrs. Walz as she and h'er husband will So to housekeeping soon on Columbia avenue. Following-the delicious meal, the evening was spent in playing bridge, with Mrs. Frank Mi-Vicker as the high score prize winner. fiuests present to enjoy the evening were Mrs. Lester Hensley. Mrs. Lloyd -'Maine.*. • Mrs. Willanl Goar. Jr., Catherine Altherr. Mrs. Jerome' Haumgartner, Eva Mi:Carty. Mrs. Owen \VelfheI. Mrs. Aubrey Pore, Mardelle Hobbs) Christine Thomas and Mrs. Mc- Vickcr. Loan Money For Home Purchasing, Home Building, and Home-Remodeling or Improvements. The Tipton Building and Loan Association Court Street J. A. LEWIS, Sec'y. AT DISTRICT MEKT. Pit<-!iiii Dinner. Xumbcr of Tiplon K. of IV al Xo- Idi-svilli- Thursday \ight. Mr. ;ind Mrs. W. ft. Campbell of Goldsmith entertained a number of friends and relatives with a delightful pitchin dinner Thursday. • Thosn present from out of town to enjoy the day were Mrs. J. W. niansett. Mrs. May Jours of Newcastle: Mrs. John Graham and Nellie MeCormick of Kokomo; Mrs. Clarence Kinder and daughter, Helen of Windfall, and Mes- dami's (Si'orge Leatherman: Sco Smith, Seth Wheatlcy. Ross Mc- Xeal. Maude Wilson, and Will j K. K. Mendenliall. II. J. Reed, j C. P>. Ramsey, Kiev. Reuben Tunmer. J. X. KussL-11, Everett Cartor and John A. Lebo were at No-j blpsville Thursday night and at-j tended an enthusiastic meeting of members of the. Knights of Pythias lodges of Hamilton «ounty. At this mcotiiig the new hos- pitailzalion plan! the order is inaugurating was iexplained and it met with tho approval of all. Under the plan free hospitalization of members is included in the benefits offered by the order. This plan is increasing the 'member- o( i (ul?;oa over ( i, c state and Curry and daughter, all of Tip-j talls j ns ma ,,y re-instalements. ton. Then- were also a number of i \vithin the near future the lo- other relatives and friends from cal lodge. No. 15G will put on a Spring Hats SLAUTER'S HAT AXD BEAUT!" SHOPPK iCaster I'laylel—••Others." by i Mary Kay. Viola Hewitt. Charlene • Fourh, Martha tiraham, Jane Leist, Mildred Kubinson. Hetty '.Mae Girard, Jean liurdse and t Joan Mott. .Goldsmith and vicinity, making aj (]| . jvo for mcm i )C rship and re-in! total of approximately forty per-j s ,. lU . mPnti to llc i, oa dfid by Rev. sons present. j runnier who is an enthusiastic * ** member of the Order. Pivshylrriaii Ladies. King's Herald*. The King's Heralds society of Kits Thca!rc 5 Big Days WORLD'S GKi:.\Ti:ST PICTUKh tarts Sunday Till Thurs. Continuous Show Sunday Mrs. Reuben T\mmer entei'- tained the Ladies Aid society of ihe First Presbyterian cliurcn FOOD M.UtKKT. Saturday, Commercial Printing Wednesday afternoon at the i Co. Baptist .Ladies' Aid. c-170 manse with Mrs. Merle Mundoil i "~"~" and Mrs. E. M. Smith as assisting hostesses. .Mrs. G. II. Warne and Mrs. AV. A. Zaloudel; had charge of til" meeting the latter , having the paper of the meeting. Following reports of commii- tees and a short business session a social hour was enjoyed the hostesses serving refreshments. Penny supper.i Saturday, a to 7, Christian church. c-170 Food market Saturday at Kendall's, by Albright Aid. c-170 Junior Art League. The Junior Art League will meet Saturday morning at 10:00 o'clock at the library. The regular session will consist of an illustrated talk on Books I and II of "Great Pictures and Their Stories." A special feature in observation of Passion Week, will be a group of pictures concerning the Passion Play as given at Oberam- magau. All members are especially urged to be present for this meeting. : « ' *• .Francis Gets Job. DR. C. W r GRINSTEAD Kegistereil! Podiatrist FOOT AILMENTS Monday and JI<>ml:iy Kvcninjjs 519 X. West St. Phone 3311. SALE COXTIM'ES! Dresses, $2.95 and $5.95 Coats, $10.00 DELMflR T.y rnitfl I'rcsRV Indianapolis, April 19.—Janis P. (Hunk) Francis, former coach at Jeffersonville high school, has been appointed basketball coach at Southport high school for. the 1S35-36 term, it was announced by Leonard A. Hohlt, Perry township trustee. to KKK $r, — KXXA JJ5TTICKS! _ SO Ainericji's Snuutest Walking Shoes. '' NU-WAY SHOE STORE North Side Sotiarc — Tiptou OR E S Phone 130 • 27 Visited Funeral Home. RRRVMO Tonite and Tomorrow Two Days Left The Promoters class of the West Street Christian church visited the Leatherman funeral •home Friday evening. Easter breakfast in Christian church basement Sunday, 7:00 a. m. Promoters Class. c-170 [Spring Haits tOOde ft»t Shoppe M) DANA SLAck It Je ^ilee 6> tinfnt, £» WP'-r-W* ['** mMmaSt^lf-M. i- loffee, Break o' Morn, Ib. . I Lye, Hooker; 2 cans • Bread, Tipton twin loaf .. Butter, Tipton creamery, Ib. Post~Toastie|s, large Onions, new per Ib. .. Kraut, No. J 2 cans •• Beef, Swiss round, Ib. Short Steak 8c Texas, size, or orT- Bone Steak Ib. Boiling Bee', per Ib Pork Roast ar Steak, Ib Ground Beejf, per Ib. . lOc 15c 23c 23c 14c 23 », ? r, * »}• Gold Medal Flour 24 M sack and Egg Sped 20c How much does the big sack weight? In our east window. Big contest. See the window for instructions. GRAPE NUT FLAKES—Scottie cream pitcher free with 2 pkgs. for .... BREAKFAST COCOA—Large pkg 19c TOILET TISSUE—The finest made, I5c 1,000 sheet special 3-roll carton 1«H«. ROYAL STAR OATS—Tumbler free, box lOc TIPTON BLUE RIBBON FLOUR-^-10 Ibs .39c CORN—Fame brand fancy Country Gentleman, 2 cans for • • -25c CORN FLAKES—Large pkg. - - '.Mo SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR—Pkg. -29c CALUMET BAKING POWDER—Large can ... -20c VANILLA WAFERS—Per Ib :..'.'. .15c MACARONI OR SPAGHETTI—4 boxes .19c OXYDOL—Large pkg 20c CREAMERY BUTTER—Per Ib 35c RAMO COFFEE—Always ground fresh, special, 17c FRESH COUJNTRY EGGS—Dozen SMOKED HAM—-Center cuts, Ib. SWIFT1S ORIOLE HAMS— Whole or half, Ib. . . •SWIFT'S PREMIUM or ARMOUR STAR HAMS Whole or half, Ib. ...Fruits and Vegetables (Head Lettuce^ Iceberg, solid, 2 for .-.15Q; Potatoes, peck ... 12c Strawberries, box ...iOCj Grape Fruit Seedless, 4 for -ifle; Bananas, 6 Ibs 25c Lemons, dozen I9c| (Fancy Winesap Apples, 4 Ibs 25ci Sweet Potatoes, 4 Ibs. 19c Fla. Oranges, doz. .., .l?c iCalifornia Oranges, per dozen - 30c, 40c] Green Beans, i Ib lOc New Tomatoes, 2 Ibs., 25e> Celery, bunch ....... 5c Onions, old, 2 Ibs 1: JNew Peas, Mangoes, Red Radishes, Cucumbers, v ^ Sjpinach, Carrots, Cauliflower, New Cabbage, I " s, Asparagus, Green Onions, White Texas Onions.; Large Yellow Onion Sets, 3 Ibs. .,. .25c Red, Yellow or White Sets, small, Ib. 19c Early Michigan Cobbler Seed Potatoes 100-lb. bag $1.35 Cherries, No.; 2 cans, 2 for 25c Gallon cans, 49c. Prunes, extra large, 2 Ibs. : .25c Castile Soap, 7 bars for ., 25c Swift's White Laundry Soap, 10 for 27c Pineapple, 2% size, can . .1 19c Wheaties, pkg ; He Ammonia, quart J lOc Cane, Clolh Bag, 10 Ibs. 48C Prunes, 5 Ibs. for ....; 25c MasweU House Coffee, Ib 29c Post Bran, per pkg. ..-. He Black Raspberries, 2 No. 2 cans 25c Gallon cans, 49c. * Peaches, dried, 2 Ibs. 25c Sunbrite. Cleanser, 6 cans 25c Pancake Flour, 3 pkgs 25c Van CamplMilk, 4 cans 25c Soap Flakes, 5 Ibs /27c Imperial Tea, y z Ib. 15c Graham Crackers, 2 Ibs. 21c Chocolate Covered Grahams 4 19c Peanut Butter, per Ib Powdered Sugar, 3 Ibs .21c Nut Oleo, 2 Ibs. for • -29c Quick-Jel, 4 hoxes • - 19c Salad Dressing, quart jar .29c Soda Crackers, 2 Ibs. ......1. 17c Peaches, large 2% size, 2 for 25c Starch, 3 Ibs. J 19c Spinach, large-can, 2^ size 15c Softasilk Cake Flour, pkg. J. 29c T. N. T. Brown Soap, 8 oz. Cakes, 10 bars 21c Lifebuoy Soap, 4 bars ............25c E-Z-Bake ;Flour, 5-lb. bag 27c Kraut 2V 2 size, 3 for 25c Bisquick, ; large pkg. 29c Pard Dog Food, 3 cans - -23c Spaghetti, jlarge can, 3 for 25c RED BEANS, RED KIDNEY BEANS AND PORK j AND BEANS— No. 2 cansj 2 for ... I • • • .... 0. K. Flour 20 ft sack 59c Swiil's Branded Beef the Finest in the Land Young Heifers of the Highest Quality SWISS ROAST— Froni fancy heifers, extra tender, exj^a special,! Ib. . ...... > . • •%• •••• STRICTLY :?URE LARD— 2 Ibs. . . .*. .... 3 pkgs, 19c Matches, 6 boxes 25c iRaisins, 2 Ibs. .-:'.' -15c Apricots, dried, Ib. . .25o^ Green Beans, 4 cans . .29c Tomatoes, 3 cans 25(i- Grape Fruit Juice, No. 2 ....10o Angel Food Cake, Diet-"-- zen's is best, large, 39c Brooms, 4-sewed 3Sic Chocolate Drops, Ib. . .lO Lewis or Red Seal Lye, lOc' Brown Sugar, any col-'. j or, light or dark, 4 Ibs .25c Tipton Blue Ribbon * Flour, for bread or * pasiry, 5 IDs., 25c; -* 24 Ibs. .........T..89c Made in Tipton FronT" Tipton County Wheat. Wheaties, 2-pkgs. ... .22o Free with 2 pkqrs.i graphed Shirle^ T( "occasional" dish. feiXi Of Quality in Spotless White & Clean Counters Coolers Under Proper Refrigeration Genuine S FANCY NE CHUCK STi tender BA€ON— S PJXIE BA ,BA€K>N SQ CKWAGB , -25c -35c PpT«pAST— Perp. , . — Frok these young heifers, e flavor, Ib ...... ' ...... -.-. cured^o rind, Ib N- Mfld cure, Ib.. .25c add^lb '..lOc i. .!...., -..3Bcj r ;..26c{ Lambs GROUND BEJEF—Try a loaf for Sunday dinne^| tTEWEL SHORTENING—Lard substitute, 2 Ibs. JKJS—pld cure, 4 to 6 Ibs., Ib| '"' '" ?-^-Meaty and tender, Ib. .... £EEF aiAHIS-^2 Ibs. .': ^ALT 3FISH-f3 jibs '• A LARGE FAT MACKEREL—3 fish .,: i THE .«£

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