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

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, May 3, 1935
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1 ^*f?^^^»^ ^\ j^lL THR TIPTON DAI * s w?**?T • t ' • t,Y TRfBUNfi : P^P**? ! s f^m. "'} ' ' > •.."-. • :. KR?^: t?^"- I : - • j i ; 1 • 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. with Mrs. Phifer. Mrs. Louise Rnshton is spending a f«' v -' weeks with her son. Ar.- thur Kushton and family at Indianapolis. Floyd Clark and family were Sunday guests of Clara and Beul,li Clark at Indianapolis. Harry Overdorff of Indianapolis and daughter . Pauline Over- dor!' of Cicero, spent the weekend with Mrs. Overdorf and sons. Three events were celebrated at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ljrtu-. Friday evening, being a surprise to tne Hostess, who had served supper for Mr. Lane and herself, when the guests arrived with well filled baskets for a lovely supper. The occasion was complimentary to the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Bower, the 73rjd birthday anniversary of Joe Gasho, and the birthday of Mrs. Lane. A fine cake for each event with lovely decorations, graced the table. AH enjoyed a fine radio program and several victrola records. Mr. and Mrs. " Rufus Shuck, Carl Conoway, daughter Annabelle, and Phyllis Jean and Virginia Lewis, visited Sunday with Alberta Conoway at the Methodist hospital at Indianapolis. Alkqita who was operated for mastoid trouble Wednesday, ! is getting along nicely. If she continues to improve she will be brought to her home some time this week.- Sunday dinner guests of Law- t rence Pickett and fanilly east of | Atlanta were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur O'Conner.and Mrs. Susan Pickett of Calumet City. 111., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Biekett and Rob- ATLANTA. Weslr.vnn Methodist (liurrh. (Rev. Dempsey Howard, Pastor.) Sunday school at-!):3li; Morniim Worship, 10:30; Youni: People's meeting, 7:00: Evening Worship 7:30. Sermon by pastor; prayi-r meeting Tuesday evening at 7:30; Cottage prayer meeting Friday afternoon at 2:00 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Wiles. All who desire to attend these services •will receive a cordial welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller of IClwiiml wen- Sunday ^dinner .miests of Mr. and Mrs. Bernie ; Mrs. Kllen Honnold returned homo Saturday havini; spent the v.inliT, witli her sou. Oris Hou- imlcl and family at Anderson. .Mr. ami Mrs. Albert Stifller of PatricksburK imi George Stifller of Indianapolis visited Sunday [with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Phifer 'and Mrs. Sara Stifller. The inoth- , er will spend the .•••ummer with i Mrs. Phifer. Mrs. Cliiit McNow of ' Tipton visited Sunday afternoon A Challenge to the High Cost of Living FLU UK Brand Bag /"C PEAS No. 2 Cans ;49c 5c Dainty Soda D4 Spread Rajah Sandwich 2-Lb. Iftf. Pkg. IOC 21c CRACKERS •?|A»M -Gold 24-Lb. FlOUr Medal Ba E Rice Flakes ««« pk*. lOc Wheaties IONA BEANS <•<*»»« 3 Beans ^'iSSe?"* 6 Cal " 29c A * ax Soap ° *"• Gold Dust MT 2 Psk ^ 9c Super Suds 2 fa.. DRESSING Raiah Salad J Q - 29c Giant OO*» Cans AOl* G Oiant Clorox B?tue 23c Palmolive s°*» 3o.k. Soap C wh1'u 6f Ba ^25c Cleanser E » bbiuia 3 |c«" lOc •rfA ' 'chase &"sanborn's Tender Leaf 3^-6z. TEA Orange Pekoe (7-Oz. Pkg. 33c) Pkg. Rumford -|*S2 12 6?n z '21c Noodles -s«««- f k( Tomatoes 3 c « ns 25c Matches Bird«s. 6 »«- 25c UJiifH^Ad^ Dreged Lfa 1Q/» HAUOWkSV Fresh Frozen : *V*» Ca ^ } y Bc^.inu« ^ 25c Bokar Coffee 2 fi£ 45c "'». *.d« 24- 0l . q c 8 o'Clock c 00 ™ 3JB LnbB 55c Styl. Loaf «"• Lb BnB 19c | VALUES FOR CHILD HEALTH j WEEK! Van Camp's Pureed Fruila and ifc" 3£± 19c Crackers ^* VK: Cocpncg v fc; Lnb 19c Mellow Wheat !P ^15c Peanut UiJJSL } ~£ i7c Cream <* Wh «« 2 ,?i;^ FANCY BUNCH CARROTS-^Bunch ....[• 5c BANANAS— Golden ripe, 5 Ibs. ^... .25c size Califomias, dozen L 39c quart boxes 35c -MILK FED FANCY VEAL SALE Veal Roast Chops, lb. Breast Veal Roast, lb. 1 lamb it,.. fholcp, ' Shoulder, lb. 2Bc Premium Quality, lb. 15c 7c 25e Oc I RfD'CUP COFFEE Perlb - 17c ^v^rrLL 31bs _^ ASK IMC HAH AT THE HILL HOW TO BREW OEIIOOUS COFFEE Freih coffee, {round to your Kquiremcnts when you .buy—get more delightful cup* per pound, from this .economical blend. 'CLOVER FARM COFFEE FULL OF VIGOROUS AROMA Pound Tin lb. 25e Green Cnp Coffee A Splendid Jileiul. Medium Price. Whole Wheat Biscuits pkg. 13c KKl.I.(l(i(i'S. We Redeem Your Coupon for Free rtioknf»o. Cut Green Beans 3 No. 2 Cans 25c (;M-:\|).\I,K. (iarilm Fresh. | Seedless Raisins 3 Ibs. 25c Oxydol, lg. pkg. .. .21c .Multiplies 5OO Times in Suds. <;iend.-ile Jelly, 2 8-oz. jars ..17c ('lover Farm Salt, 2 lOc pkgs. ..17c Free Running. Fancy Drieil Peaches 2 Ibs 35c FLOUR Clover Farm FLOUR Glendale 11 SPEC 4 SPECIAL COMBINATION" 1 — Bin ol Th»l WoodcHul CLOVtR FA»« COMPLETION SOAP And A fine "CumX!" j WASH CLOTH |IOtVAtUt] AllL FOR 5 lb. Sack 27e 5 lb. Sack 23c PABST CHEESE SPREADS .Makes Delicious Sandwiches Relish, Pineapple, Pimento, Limbur- i;er, (Jlive Pimento— 2 5-oz. Glass Jars Farm Sliced Beef, 5-oz. jar ..... 19c CVover Farm Sliced Beef, 2-oz. jar Fancy Kip<! Dried Apricots, per Clover Farm Oleo a Ibs. Z9c 9c lb. ..23c Pleasant Valley Grade A 1-lb. Carton STRAWBERRIES^^ 27c Pui>e cane > 25 lb. bag .1 IMPATPIIFQ strike anywhere, ITlA I VxIlEnJ $1.27 lOc 74c BLISS COFFEE KT paok 21c 3 regular boxes COFEE Dated, 26c Fresh Fruits dnd Vegetables BANANAS Yellow Ripe Green Beans, stringless, 2 Ibs. 15c New Potatoes, J4 Ibs 19c Celery,' Florida, bunch 5c Cauliflower, large head ......21c Cabbage, solid iheads,' lb 5c Grape Fruit, 4 : for I9c Cantaloupes, ripe, each lOc New Texas Onions, 2 Ibs. 15c Head Lettuce, crisp, 2 heads 15c Sweet Potatoes, 3 Ibs lOc New Peas, 2 Ibsi 19c Green Onions, 2 bunches 5c Radishes, large bunch 5c TOMATOES Ripe Rinso Large Box 2Oc OLEOMARGARINE Superfine 2 Ibs. 07,, for */C Powdered SUGAR Pure Cane, XXXX Fine marl et W rl becau iinii ty. ; s> carefully select on hoof all the Beef and Veal sold in our It is always bought on its QUALITY MERIT and never se of LOW I'KICK. Our Hcef is always young;, corn fed, of the best beef ty{x-s. It is bought and sold in Tipton coun- ihere is no better A trial sleak will convince you. Sliced Breakfast Bacon, per lb .................. 27c Sugar Cured Jowl Bacon, lb .............. ....... 19c Sugar Cured Ham, half or whole, lb ............. 25c Sugar Cured Picnics, 4 to 6 Ibs., per lb ........... 18c Slicied; Breakfast Bacon, y 2 -lb. pkg. ............. 19c Larjge Wieners, lb. . .17c : Small Wieners, lb. . .20c Haiji Loaf, home made, per lb. . . ................ 25c Beejf, Veal and Pork, ground for loaf, Ih. . . ...... 20c Liver Sausage, lb. ... 15c Beeff Liver, fresh, lb., 18c Lea n Pork Steak, lb., 25c Spare Ribs, lb 15c Large Bologna, lb. . .17c Lean Pork Chops lb., 30c Lean Pork Roast lb., 25c Beef Brains, fresh, lb., lOc : Leg o' Lamb, lb. . .25c Laiab Roast, lb. ...... -22c Fresh Ground Hamburger, per lb Biaik Sausage, lb. .. .20c : Beef Pot'Roast, lb. .. .20c Chtlice Beef Roast, lb., 22c : Arm Swiss Steak, lb., 22c H ?-i'i-l : '-">| •vifcf ••"•'•-M !'J' f ' * y$ Old Dutch Cleanser . i Made From Pure Scismotite, 3 for 22c Corn Flakes, Miller's, large box, lOc Angel Food Cake, lk. 13-egg . .39c Toilet Tissue, A. B. C., 3 roUs, 19c Macaroni or Spaghetti, 4 boxes 17c Knoxall Soap, can| . . . . ....... 25c Palmolive Soap, 4 bars ....... 18c • Sunshine's Lulu, per dozen lOc Try This Fruit and Nut Iced Cookie. CLOVER FARM Apricots or Bartlett Pears, 2 No. 2% cans 45c Great Northern Beans, fancy, 4 Ibs. J 25c GLEXDALE Sweet Pickles, 24-oz. jar CLOVER FARM Choice Dried Peaches, 2 Ibs Cover Farm Sandwich Spread, pint jar .. :V Tusty Spread for Sandwiches. Sunshine Krispy Crackers, 1-lb. box Serve With Pnbst Cheese Spreads. FRESH PRODUCE WEEK END ONLY Carrots, new Texas, lb. 5c : New'Peas, fresh, 2 Ibs. 19c New Potatoes, genuine new Red,'5 Ibs. .. •Bananas, fancy yellow, 4 Ibs. for Oranges, California Sunkist, 2 dozen .,.. ; : • • • Swan$down pake Flour, Box Rice, Whole Grain Bliie Rose •: r i t • : 27c 4 Ibs. I9c Jenny Wren, Needs Only box Plants, 100 bunch, I5C G . ; n J AA* Jenny Wren, N( inger bread Mix water, per Pineapple, half slices, 2% size, 2 cans 35c Bermuda Onion Wilson's Milk, 3 tall cans '... .20c ^ 6 bunches 25c Ginger Ale, Lime Rickey, etc., Brooms, 4-sewed, each -39c large bottle : • - 10c Climax Paper iCjleaner, 3 cans 23c Crystal ;Qats Packed by Quaker A Dish in Each B Co. lOc Lux or Lifebuoy Toilet Soap 4 bars 25c 23c 29c I 23c 17c 19c 37c Clover Farm prlntH '" " s Country Rill 31c i23c CHOICE MEAT FOB THE WKEK END" ONLY Chuck Beef Roasts, prime, lb. Spare Ribs, fresh, lean, lb, I- • • -j • L Loin Pork Roast, rib .end, lb —j i, Canadian Style Bacon, sliced, lb. .... .|... J L 39c Luncheon Meat Loaf, Mother's style, lb. .. J .25c Ocean Fillets, good quality, 2 Ibs. .. Haddock Fillets, Clover Farm fancy, lb. W. B. MAY, Tipton... ..W»-li , ;B..B.MAO| REESE 23c Kemp ton. J ' ert Lucas and family of Atlanta. Mrs. Pickett, Sr., who spent the winter with her daughter and family at Calumet. City, remained home for the summer. Ray Bryan and family and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Parker attended a birthday celebration, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bryan neari Martlnsville Sunday. The occasion | was in' honor of the birthday anniversaries of Ray and Earl Bryan, wh1ch| occurred April 2fcnd and 23rd. j The Intermediate department of the Christian church Sunday school is sponsoring a lecture Saturday evehing by Mrs. Elizabeth Blackmorei of Baffin Land. Mrs. Blackmore will appear in native costume apd will play her accordion and jwill give ;an evening's lecture on her native land. She appeared in Tipton irecently and was much'appreciated. The'Inter- mediates are making some very attractive posters, under the guidance of (Mrs. Flossie Walton and Cleo Swing. The lecture will be presented In the jschool house gym and j a large i Attendance is expected. I | ! Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gunst, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Otto| j Qunst and Lloyd Wakel and ) family spent Sunday with Mr. and^ Mrs. Everett Hlmes atj Hemlock. j Cleo S^Ing and family had as their Sunday dinner' guests, MM- Max Keesllrig ot Charleston, West Virginia, klf. arid j Mrs. A. O- Kauffmaniof near Noblesvllle, Ed Farley and family W near Anderson, Mrs. Alice FJtir ey, north of Atlanta, i,nd Waynt Farley and family. Afternoon [guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Marvj4 Blount, Mr - • " Oea. Stokes, Mrs. Oi Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gaalw, enter tained at an annual birthday dinner Sunday complimentary to the 20th birthday of their granddaughter Eva Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thomas east of Atlanta. Miss Thomas always spends | her birthday anniversary with her grandparents who supplied a! fine chicken dinner with all the; trimmings. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrk Elmer Thomas were Mr. and Mrs. Karl Fleck, of Paris, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fouch of Indlianapolis. Mr. Fouch remained over for a week's visil with tier parents. Sunday guests of Geo. Snjrder and family were Mr. and Mrs.. Cedrlc Moore of Gaston, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Davis and Mrs. Fra,nk Lane ol Kokomo. Cora!. Aldridge returned home and Mrs. Miller o(l nuair ,,and UK. Sunday after a week with her sis-| tell, Mrs. Maggie Fox and family! at i Sheridan. John William Fox i accompanied, his aunt home for a few days' visit. ; -|Urs. Mary Carr and daughter | M4y, of Anderson, visited Sunday evening with her brother, Jap Lane. Lelia Snyder who underwent an j appendix operation Saturday at ih^ St. Vincent's hospital at Indi- anhpolis, is getting along nicely anjd is expecting to he returned hojme the latter part of this week. L Methodist Church Notes, ev. H. M. Thrasher, pastor.) : JRev. Thrasher left Monday morning for Ft. Wayne to attend conference. Mrs. Thrasher and sohs, Frederick and Norman, ac- coUpanied him as far as Warsaw, Where they will visit- with Mrs. Thrasher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Raisor. until Saturday. She . will attend conference Saturday , and Sunday. . . , ,, . Sunday school, 9:30: Junior- .., Church 10.30. There will be no, evening service. The Gleaner class ,..; will sponsor a play by members, of; : . : ,. the Omega Christian church, Wedr . s nesday evening, entitled "Nancy . • Anna Brown's Folks." Regulag . . prayer services will be held -4P:K the church auditorium Thursda,y,gm evening, conducted by Max StecK- -r)t le and Emma Davis. The Gleaner -•> class will hold their monthly so--:,..' cial at the home of Lee Gumdng-jtij Friday evening. ; --.,-:/ Ben Gifford and family of KCK'::IJ komo were Sunday guests of Emma and Rena Gifford. \: Mrs. Kittie Walton returned home Faiday after a few dayi& nc visit wit her daughter, MjftJB Continued on Page 7. tVE YOU HCARDTHE IEIWS/THE REGULAR ICEOFCAIUMET N€U) CAN IS SO

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