The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 26, 1935 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
Issue Date:
Friday, April 26, 1935
Page 6
Start Free Trial

f BUTTERMILK Is: Still Your Best Weapon Against Bowel Infection in Chicks, $2.60 $2.29 Our Very Best All Buttermilk !Chick . Starter, per hundred • JA Good Balanced Ration for Growing Mash, per hundred Hobbs Grain Company | Mr. and .Mrs. John Sanders of Middleton were Sunday dinner guests of the letter's parents Mr. | and Mrs. .Leslie Rankin. Mrs. Lowell Amos and Marjorie Spencer attended the last meeting of the Tipton county Home Economics teachers .Monday evening at the Columbia club in Indianapolis. The meeting was a 6:00 o'clock dinner farewell party. After the dinner they attended a theater party at the Indiana theater. KKMl'TO.V. ! Hills Baptist Chuivh. j(Rev. M. S. Sparger. Minister.) , : Church school, lo:uo a. in. •! Morning worship at ll:uo a. in. j At the evening service bi-gin- mg at 7:30 a drama will be pro- anted by the entire family of je late Rev. Luke Williams, for- jier pastor of the Hills and Li')- ?ty Baptist chtirchps entitled, The Way-Side Cross." I. Methodist Church. j ( ; Rev. J. C. Bean, Minister.) I Church school. 9:30 a. m. ; Horning worship. lu:45 a. m. ermon, "Easter What." Epworth League. 6:"n l>. in. nstitute planning. Evening worship. 7:^0 p. m. A eputation of students from iln-> Lesley Foundation at Pnrdi'e niversity will conduct the serv- :e. The Sunday school siiperin- .jndeuts of Jefferson township! <iet at the Kcmpton Methodist : larsonage Tuesday evening to | jiscuss the closing of the contest i i 'i which all of the schools have ' 'een engaged over a period of six .ionths. .Sunday. .April l'>. u-ill !><• • Se last Sunday for making! :ores. The rhuri-lir-s instead uf | iompeting with eacli other havo ieen comparing this year's nt-i ^ndance with last year's. There a.s been a net gain reported but e winner has not !>PPII finally j Determined. A substantial priz" j be awarded. The prize may i Hubbart who has been ling a week with her broth- a revolving one in ih" •pontest is made an annual event. Fred Spencer and family wore unday dinner guests of Mr. and Irs. George Spencer of Tipton. . iertrude who has been spending weelf with her parents returned , iunday evening to Soutn Ben.l /here she resumed her duties as j eacher in the school. | j May McClelland of Greencastte ' was a dinner guest Monday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Fuller HulT- iiian. N. F. Hubbart and family were Sunday dinner quests of rieston Oodliy and family of Sheridan. Mrs. . spen jer Earl Stewart and family accompanied them home. Dale Orr 'and family and Don j Orr and family were Sunday dinner guests of their brother Robert Orr and family of Frankfort. Plans are being made for the Kempton Brotherhood meeting .it the Methodist .church Monday evening. The Ladies Aid society will serve a supper at 7:00 o'clock. Prof. John LinebargiH-. superintendent of the city schools of Frankfort will be the speaker and will be followed by a discussion on rehabilitation by Otto Breitwieser of Tipton. Special music will be by a girls' quartet. All the Brotherhood are urged to he present and others are invited. Frank \Vheatley and family were the guests Sunday of Mr. wheatley's daughter Angeline of Mnncie. Wallace Dellarmey and family of Toledo, Ohio, were Saturday and Sunday guests of Clarence Neff and family. Otho Wyrick and family and Rex Stoners of El wood motored to fllt-nwood Sunday where thf>v visited with Lester Pyke ami family. Mary Aliro Pyke accompanied them homo to visit witb her grandparents in Kempton for an indefinite time. Mr. 'and Mrs. James Jackson, Marjorie Spencer and Donald Ran- attended the grand chapter Of the Eastern Star at Indianapolis Wednesday and Thursday. Noah Goodnight and family were Sunday dinner guests ol Mrs. Goodnight's parents, M_r. and Mrs. A. N. Malcott of Alexandria. MUCH ACTIVITY. Lornl Contractors Report Considerable Improving Going On. Local contractors report considerable building activity going oii in the county at this time, and although no new buildings are being erected remodeling and repairing are underway. Ernest Rosenthal, Tipton contractor has just completed repairs to the Meader property on Conde street, a new roof, new porch and other improvements having been made and the property has been freshly painted. It will he occupied by John Legg and family. Mr. Rosenthal has also completed improvements made on [what is known as the John Katon property in the Lincoln Gardens, now owned by the Reserve Loan Life Insurance Company. It has been placed in first class condition and repainted and Vern Smith, employed at the Moore market, has rented it. Mr. Rosenthal at this time is engaged in building a new garage at the home of Walter George southeast of Tipton. to replace one destroyed by fire some time ago. A drive around Tipton will disclose a number of improvements being made in Tipton by property owners. Oregon Fire. Salem, Ore., April 2fi.—A raging lire, apparently starting in the basement threatened destruc- , tion of the historic state capitol I here last night. The dome col-. | lapesd an hour and a half after flames were discovered. Tribune Want Ads Pay. GENERAIrff ££ECTRIC j The mechanism that defits time I • Long life, dependable performance and low operating cost far. outweigh all other refrigerator features combined. Look to the mechanism /«/— if you would buy a refrigerator for lasting performance. It determines how long and how well any refrigerator will serve you. Only G-E Refrigerators Have Stainless Steel Super-Freezer ' Open, roomy, ind completely unitary. Cao• not chip or tarnish. Freezes more ice faster. • ••Ail-Steel Cabinets • Sliding Shelves •Temperature Control • Interior Lighting • Foot • Pedal Door Opener • Vegetable Drawer. -E sealed- in-steel mechanism Now in all 3 typeit MonitorTopi.Flatops and llftopj. Genuine Hope MUSLIN Yd. Fine Quality Regular 15c Save-—2 Bays ISxilC Turkish TOWELS 12c ea. K\lia Thirsty Regular loc Save—2 Days Part Linen TOWELING Yd. Light'Wright i. lint Kvtra Big i Value. Save—2 Days OF BETTER TIM WALL PAPER SALE A iDouble RoU 2c Yd. Border Dress Vp Your Home for Spring.; Save Money Here] BARGAIN FESTIVAL THRILLING TWO DAY SALE SATURDAY AND MONDAY SPEND WISELY! * SPECIALS Apparel Clearance Regular $10.95 and $9.95 NEW SPRING Coats rieamnrp on nil spring coats! There is still good selections to choose from. Up tb $3.95 Value SPRING DRESSES 2-Day Special- You can't 'afford to pass up this special. New crepes, all colors, and fancy prints. i SPRING SUITS Dp ta.$9,95 Values 2-Day 1 Special You can hardly believe your eye such values are unheard of. •* Ladies' V Fine Dress BLOUSES 94c Up to $1.39 S',lk crepes, cotton crepes, satins und rayon taffeta; regular $!.:!!> values. I Opening olj the Sheer Season With an OUTSTANDING Special Regular 23c Value ! VOILES DIMITIES PLAXONS VOILES FLAXONS 81x00 Econoihy Seamless BED SHEETS, special 74c HlxEa Economy. Seamless BED SHEETS, special 68c 42.Y90 Economy Full Size I PILLOW CASES, special 12c •*— ' OOxlOS Jacquard Cotton! BED SPREADS, special ....... .$1.39 SI'KCIAI; Wackey Slackey Two Tone Sport Shoe For Ladies All \Vliiti- Illuc and \\ liite Hrovvn and \\hilr To Clear Spring Hats I'o S1.DK Values All the new styles for spring Men's Kejjulai WORK SHIRTS Kill I cul am! roomy; ciil- or- and si/cs cor reel; I 1' to 17. Children's and Misses' ANKLETS Fancy p la ids a u il stripes, all «.«, <i to !t». Save; two day-:' special. In Men's and Boys'Wear Clearance of Regular $15.95 Men's Suits Wot All Sizes and Colors $12.99 - Sjen, you ran save money on theso suits, taken 11DMI our regular stock, for this '2<I;iy sail'. n *n A -i Two-Day Boys PrepSuits H<!.v-' liliie cheviot loiigic suits, belted liii-.'k coats, wide bottom pants; extra special for two days. $7.99 Men's Blue Denim Overalls Regular §1.10.... 77c Golden Palm Work Gloves Wrist band, lirst quality, double \vear_ 14c Hegular $1.<N» HOUSE FROCKS- 2-Day Sale Past color prints in spring's -newest styles. You will want several! Men's Heavy Covert Shirts Men's Light Weight Work Pants Men's Heavy Wash Cov- <M ert Work Pants «P-l. Mer's Light Pre-shrunk Wash Slacks, special , Boys' Blue Work Shirts, sizes on 6 to 14, special OSfC Boys' Pre-shrunk Covert Longies, sizes 6 to .20, special 2 Days Only Fine Rayon UNDIES Ladies': Silk Included in this lot are values u]i to 25c; panties, bloomers, etc. Fine grade nainsook, neatly trimmed, : sizes 14-18; •white, and pink. Regularly 49fc Pine crepe'in white, pink and peach, in all sizes; buy several now. Regularly O!)c wear Ladies' Fine Dress SLIPPERS $1.98 and $2.95 Pumps - Ties - Oxfords Children's Barefoot WHITE SANDALS 89c Men's Fine White Oxfords Plain toe, wing tipped, all leather inner sole, all leather soles, all sizes— Save Here Fast Color Dress Prints i Regular .l^- ; I 17c value *^*' i ; : ' • ! ' I ' I I>argo assortment of fine, fnst color Iprlnts, some SO-squares included. Make your -— dresses and aprons. Snvo in this 3-d»y Plain Krinkle Ore for lingeries, yd, yd. .... ATTENTION! I ! Men's Heavy WORE SHOES 3-Day Special 87c j> Save on This Satie Money on Our Furniture 3-Piece Bedroom Suite ........••• .$34.50 8-Piece Dining Room Suite $47.50 2-Piece 'Velvet Parlor Suite $42.50 &Fopt Porch Gliders $16.95 50-lb. Porcelain Ice Box; thick insulated , Trmje in Your Old Ice Box. : 9x12 Tjoie Grass Rugs, JB.98; 8x10 aize . BUY AND r.r;l

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free