The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 10, 1935 · Page 5
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tHB TIPTON DAlL* Every Day Prices! Pint Rubbing Alcohol 19c Ovaltine, large size 69c 100 Pure Aspirin Tablets 49c 50c Milk of Magnesia 39c Wall Paper Cleaner, can Sc Pint Furniture Polish 35c $1.25 Indo-Vin 98c 85c Old English Floor Wax 69c 60c Syrup of Pepsin 49c 75c Johnson's Glo-Coat .-. 59c 75c Antiseptic Mouth Wash 49c 35c Hinkle's Pills (100) 19c 85c Johnson's Floor Wax 69c 85c Dextri-Maltos 69c 50c Ipana Tooth Paste 39c 50c Pepsodent Tooth Paste 35c $1.25 Vercolate Tablets 98c 51.20 S.M. A 98c TIPTO.V MAX'S MOTHER. Casidy For Mother's Day One, Two and Three Pound Boxes Mother's Day Cards Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — I'liiinc -l<>. West Side Square Social Events Keliekall The Tiptoii It' i" Kali !.'.lu<- met in regular si .-.-io'n Tiiur.-ilay i-veliins with a i;oo,l at'• iici.ui' •••• of members ]>n : • Ml. Fnllmviiii: iln 1 brief hu>ir.es- session. in charge of ihe nolib.' ."rand. Mrs. Anna Kich:irds. ;•• delit-'ln fill social lini" \va< <•!;.!•'>. ,\ with prizes wmi i,y .Mrs. l-'n d Saissline and Mr-. May 1M: . At the cbis.- <.f :!!•• '-v. :.:: . <!• li.-ioiis 1'i'fn >liiM''ii's i, . r. served by ill" ImMi —s. \i ! .;. Klizabcth l)..dd. Mis. l-i.i : a . ; ;i.,»v and Mrs. Joy, .- I'ar.-.nis. Ivt'inplon .\ti\iliar.v Kalci lainril. The Kciiiptnii Aiie-rii.iii l.eL'imi Auxiliary eiileriain* il Hi" Ti;>!"ii Legion Auxiliary and V.'ar Mothers Thursday .'Veniir: at a M"lii- i r's Day parly in tin: liasi iin-ni o;" 111" Christian church. Foiir|.":i \Var Mnll-ei.: w.-ri' v.vf : i' 1 honor tail]., ci> i-orati-il with lilac ; ai;d i>u'i!"<l plain •. The i;.,p',.ir.-. ii: paih I shad, s vv. r.' cl.-v.-riy fnlcli-<l MOTHER'S BAY GIFTS i\ i ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS 01: PERMANENT WAVES AT SLAUTER'S HAT AXI) IJKAUTV SIIOPI'K and arranged on Ihe tables which •.vi re cuvereil wiih whito cloths. The iitiit-r guests were seated at lablis surround-in.!; the War Mothers' table. Tin 1 prou-raai was in char.ce of ihe president. Mrs. Carl McCarthy. The Auxiliary prayer was . ::iven by Mrs. Waller Edwards followed by pep soups by the ell- Mre uniiip. Mrs. Frank Kuss.-ll of Tipton sane I wo nninbers. "Molher ^laehri.e" and" "Mother (V Mil;"" .icc.nnpaiiied at the I'iano bv Mr.--. Addie Dunliani. Mrs. !'• ii" KulliTlnii nf I!iiiiiiii::iini and Mi-. /.tuna Maninif of Kokomn. ili-iri"! nl!!c. rs ami Mrs. Claudia Siniih uf tin 1 llei-diwooil hospital -.:•." ini.'ivsiinu talks on Mutli-' c-riionil: Mrs. Fred Spencer j:ave :' short talk in behalf of the War .VMli.-rs: Illaiii b" nuru'elt nave tv,.i violin numbers accompanied ai the j'iano by Mrs. Twanelte Co!i-iiian. A short lull; \va< uiveii iiy ihe pr.'sideiu pc:riaiiiine to t]\,- i.i.-iers an exhibit. The posicrs wi'i'i' niaiie to advertise Ihe sale of pnppii-s on I'ojipy Day xvliich '.'ill be .May LT.tli. The po.-lers v.eie m;ide uriiier the supervisor "I Ih" i-liildren's art pach..,- Mrs. .iohn Ci-ji'f. in, and prizes were a'.vardi-d l.y Ihe auxiliary as follow-: llu-h sdiooi. Anita l!c>aver: eighth 1:1.,il". Kathlce CunninKhani: and seventh grade, Virginia CI:M-1;. .ludu'es v.-,.re Mrs. Robert Cox. Mrs. c. A. Sniilh and Mrs. C. X. Clark. Tin; daushtitrs of Auxiliary members with aprons and le ail bands in pastel colors M-rv.-d refrc-.-liiiieiits of aimcl food ink", m-a\vlierries topped with whipped creani -,lld coffee lo ap- plo.\ii|i.,l"ly .., velily em-sis. .Mrs. Th«iin'- s S. Johnson, 83, Died at Aloxandriii Thursiliiy. Mrs. Hattin M. Johnson, wife of Thomas S. Johnson and the mother of Jesse A. Johnson of Tipton died at her home in Alexandria Thursday morning at 5 o'clock death being due to a drop- sical condition and heart trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse A. Johnson have been visitinc at the home frequently recently as Mrs. Johnson's health has been failing. She and her acod husband who is SI. resided together in Alexandria for the pa.-t IS years, having, removed to that city from a farm north of Frankton. The deceased was one of the line Christian mothers of Madison county and she and her husband spent most of their married life on what is still known as the Johnson homestead north of Frankton, it having been the farm of Mr. Johnson's father Edmund Johnson. Two children were born to Thomas ri. and Hattie M.. Johnson,one of them a son John dying -0 years a.uo. Surviving beside the husband and the son Jesse A. Johnson and two great grandchildren, Mrs. Ralph lieckett and Cone Johnson and two great- grandchildren, who are children of Mr. and Mrs. lieckett. i Funeral services arc to bo held at the Davis funeral home in Alx- andria Saturday aftrnoon at o'clock and burial will lie in the Howard cemetery north of Frank-: ton. i • • » i Attending Trial. ; OFFICERS MKETI.VG. . Presidents and era! Kan secretaries of Fed- A>an Meet. and of Bloomfield, secretary treasurer. The officers held a business session .at which a round table discussion o£ the federal farm loans Mrs. Minnie V. Phares and Mr. j was held. and Mrs. Wea\or Kemp were at! IndianapnliH Thursday and at- ; tended a meeting of officers of the Federal Farm ] Loan Association of the state, Mrs. Phares re'pre- 1 seining the. Tipton County Farm i I.nan Association and Mr. Kemp ithe Keinpton Farm Loan Association. The meeting was prirmarily for secretaries and : treasurers of the association and was held at the (.'laypool Hotel, 1 where a luncheon .was served at , noon. Joseph Day i of Anderson is; president of the association and; Chester Hendren Baseball Saturday. Heliii-neil to Heforinatoi-.v. , Euchre at K. of P. hall, May 11, 8:00 p. m.; 2 for 25c 305 ; l HE y/J>\DROL/5 6RF/ID WE EAf TA5TE5 A5 6COP/A5 CAKE IT '5 'ZACKLY. L/KE USED TO! BAKE/ Friday evening Charles Crawford \vho lias lier-n )iiM-e since \Vi'dii"-ady on account of He- sc-r- ioiis illness and death of his i:rainl.'iiolher .M rs . ,\;ik,. Molden. relnrie-d lo the Reformatory, where it is helieved his slay will he a short one. chief of Police Joiii-s acciinipaiiied him had;, this lieini; a reiiuiremenl. although til'- oflicej- stated it v.as ahsohilc- ly nunei-essary. Crauioril come.-: before Iho state clcini'iii-y lm;ird May H',. and his record at the reformatory and recommendation made hy the of- tieers of liie court and others, will, ii is believed, result in his parole from the institution. Sterling Grocery BUTTER— Tipton, Ib -IliO Walnut SI. I'lione :£ See Oni- Xi-u- l-;vi-;j,KT anil SKHKSrrivKK DKKSSKS Kiir Siituriltiv si ris ,KI;I)K : I:I) DELMAR We Loan Money For Home Purchasing, Home Building, and Home Remodeling or Improvements. The Tipton Building and Loan Association Court Street J. A. LEWIS, fiec'y. The Goldsmith. Athletics, a fast baseball nine from the west part of the county, will meet the Kingan Indiana's, a negro team from Indianapolis Saturday afternoon j at 2:00 o'clock, the game to be > played at the Watson ball park. Sunday - afternoon; they will nlay Arcadia on the Goldsmith (JiaJmond. A large number of fans are expected to be present for both sanies which are certain to be good ones. Si-viTal Tiimiii prrsons \v<-iv at, I Marion Friday Iirin:; .subpoenaed ' | as witnesses in a proi-ccilini; ill which Mclvin Ht>nsli<>\v of this city is asking riismdy of a child il Iiy a former marriauc which is I now in the home of I lie maternal !| grandparents. Following iln: draiii of the inotlier which uccunvd in this city in the spring of in:;:!, the child then a small lialiy was taken li\- thc> ijrandpaiviils who have become attached In il and refuse to nive j| up. Captain J. E.'j Mclnuish of the local uuani company of which Mr. H.'nshew is a member and Night Oflicer I'n\s-,| ton Itlerback \vrn- ami'iiir those uning over In testily as lo the lil- ! | ness of HiMishew to have the custody of the child. [FREE! FREE! FREE! A Free Eskimo Pie to the First 125 Kids Attending the Saturday Matinee Show—Come : Early— Courtesy Tipton Ice Cream Company OUR GANG COMEDY I In "Maijia's Little Pirate" and Popeye the Sailor in Beware of Barnacle Bill Theatre 2 Big Days \VOItl.D'S (JltKATKST TICTUKKS and MONDAY GEORGE WHITE'S with ALICE FAYE JAMES DUNN HIT "NED SPARKS OF LYDA ROBERTA THE CLIFF EDWARDS YEAR A FOX PICTURE ADDED SUBJECTS AND NEWS REEL THELMA TODD PASTY KELLY in "DONE IN OIL" ' Also ZEELAND TRAVEL TALKS Adults Any Seat Kids - IOC ;c-n:,;on thritii crd spills ihol wrecfe ! a|l records for speed id RcmanceM , Curtate Sho) Saturday Nite Come After 8:45 anci See Two Shows for ; Price of One THE NATION'S HIGHWAY IS THEIR PATH 10 — GLORY! FREDiMicMURRAYl SIR OUr STANDING; ANNTSHERIDM METHODIST BROTHERHOOD. Will Have Rev. Allen B. Bice of Kokomo as., speaker. The Brotherhood of the Kemp Methodist church will hold another of their popular banquets Tuesday evening. May 21, in the church basement. The speaker at this time will be Rev. Allen B. Rice, pastor of the Grace Methodist church in Kokomo. He is a son of Dr. Merton S. Rice of Detroit who spoke here this winter, and another capacity crowd is expected to hear his address. Tribune Want Ads Get Results. Windfall 4-H dob. The Windfall 4-H club held its first meeting of the year at the school building there Wednesday afternoon with nineteen members present. The meeting was conducted by the vocational home economics leader, Dorothy Tolle, assisted by Virginia White, Junior leader, and Margaret Stout and Elizabeth Alley, co-workers. The election of officers resulted as follows: 'Helen Retherford, president; Wilma McCllsh, vice- president; Mary Catherine VanDoren, secretary-treasurer; Margaret Stout, song leader; Imogene Zebner, pianist; Elizabeth Alley, chairman! of programs; and Virginia White,, reporter. Meetings will be held on- Wednesday afternoons, and the next regular meeting will be Wednesday afternoon, May 22 at the high, school building iff Windfall. DANA The premium West Virginia coal in lump or egg. Very low in -ash and very high in heat units. The coal that Edna Burkhart Co. Registered Dealer. Fhone 55 ••''•IIIII1III •••••• • •••••• -«•••• «• ft •••••I Q UALITY FOODS at prices like these are real values now. Look; down this list. Note the QUALITY PRODUCTS and note the LOW PRICES—that's what we mean by "(VALUES." And rememher we deliver—just telephone 130 or 27. That makes these bigger values still. BUTTER FLOUR S u L Eibb °"' SALT 100 - lb bag 28c 25c 39c 79c SUGAR CHEESE cloth bag 49c 18c CORN FLAKES ** lOc OXYDOL^f 'ZBc KIDNEY BEANS, RED BEANS, POKK AND BEANS, HOMINY; KRAUT.MIXED VEGETABLES, TOMATO SOUP, VEGETABLE SOUP, SPAGHETTI, LIMA BEANS, PEAS, PEAS AND CARROTS, AND DICED 9 | Ap CARJIOTS, AU No. 2 cans, your choice *» *"* Jello, all flavors, 3 pkgs 19c Minute Tapioca, 12c Certo, per bottle .. 25c Honey Cookies, dozen lOc Ramo Coffee, Ib 17c Rainbo Salad Dressing, qt 29c Pard Dog Food, 2 cans 15c Soap Flakes, 5 Ibs 29c (Pennant Syrup, small cans lOc Flavorade, for a refreshing drink, all flavors, 5c; 6 for 25c Freeze, something new for making ice cream, 3 pkgs. 25c FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Bananas, 6 Ibs 25c Sunkist Lemons, dozen " 17c Head Lettuce, 2 for 15c Grape Fruit, 4 for 15c Sweet Potatoes, 3 Ibs. ..' .lOc Green Beans, 2 Ibs 15c Potatoes, peck 15c New Potatoes, No. 1, 7 Ibs 25c Celery, large bunches • lOc Leaf Lettuce, Ib .lOc New Peas, -Ib lOc Pineapple, 2Y 2 size . .19c Starch, 3 Ibs. 17c Quick-Jel, all flavors, 4 pkgs 19c Fig Bars, 2 Ibs 25c Oatmeal Cookies, Ib. . .15c Ginger Snaps, Ib lOc Vanilla Wafers, Ib. . .15c Chocolate Grahams, Ib. 19c Imperial Tea, y z Ib. . .15c Bulk Cocoanut, y z Ib. 12c Cocoa, 2 Ibs. ......... 19c Babe Ruth Candy Bars, 3 for .lOc Spinach, 2% size, 2 for 25c 'Prunes, extra large, 2 Ibs. 25c Prunes, small, 5 Ibs. . .25c Fancy Dried Peaches, per Ib 15c Raisins, seedless, 3 Ibs. 25c Crackers, 2 Ibs 19c Graham Crackers, 2 Ibs. 25c Castile Soap, 7 for . .25c Lifebtioy Soap, 4 for 25c Pahnolive Soap, 4 for 19c Toilet Tissue, carton of 3 rolls 15c Peaches, 2% size cans 2 for 25c Softasilk Cake Flour, 29c Miracle Whip, qt. jar 35c Nutro, large, 4 cans..25c Pumpkin, 3 large 25c Kraut, 3 large 25c Tomatoes, 3 cans 25c Swift's White Laundry Soap, 10 bars 25c T. N. T. Brown Soap, ... 1-lb. bar 4c Matches, 6 boxes 25c Cherries, gallon 49c Raspberries, gallon ..49c Peaches, gallon 49c Good 4-Sewed Brooms, 39c Macaroni or Spaghetti, in balk, per Ib. 9e Young Tender Beef MEATS HAMBURGER Smoked Picnics, 5 to 6 Ibs., Ib 20c Boil Beef, tender Ib. - .15c Swiss Roast, arm or i chuck, Ib. ....25c Waffle Veal Steak,,lb. 25c F^ncy Neck Roast, Ib 20c Bacon, no rind, mild cure, Ib 30c Swift's Dixie Bacon, Ib. :25c Jowl Bacon, Ib. -... — -18c Cottage Cheese, creamed extra, Ib.. .10e Brains, fresh, 2 IbW ......... .25c PURE LARD 21bs for 35c Armour's Hams, skinned, small size, sugar cured, whole or half, Ib 22c Pork Liver, Ib .15c Pork Roast, loin or shoulder, Ib 25c Sugar Cured Bacon, in piece Ib. ... .25c Kingan's Wieners are better, Ib 20c Kingan's Frankfurters, Ib. 18c Salt Fish, 3 Ibs. :25c Icy Bay Fish, no bone or skin, Ib. . .20c Pork Sausage per Ib .20c Arcadia CheeM Is Here Again 5 --- •••

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