The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 17, 1935 · Page 3
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THE TIPTOE PAILY PAGE THREE Are you serving a MINUS MEAL? toil ami family. Allen Uoiiclas and family S home Wednesday night. Therein, of .were about twenty-nine present. R. ck t lid guests of '.Music 1 Muncie were wi Dova Thompson am Tlioini.'Sini and wit'i were Hiiiula> guests. Ill'.Mie Lewis panics were the enjoy Hinshaw after which Mrs. L. VanHurn offered the closing IMPORTANT LETTERS. wife. James ment of the evening. Refresh-! served by the hostesses. The June of Anderson ments of whipped cream, tapioca' meeting will he held at the honi3 pudding. prayer. Lovely refreshments were i Twenty More Ijdtcrs of the cake and candy were of Mrs. Alvin Asltren. Many wives, unknowingly, serve "minus meals." The food is poodP. and well cooked. But it lias little or no "hulk"—needed to promote regular habits. "Minus meals" frequently rause common constipation due to insufficient "hulk" in the diet. Head' aches, loss of appetite and dull, spiritless days too often follow. Correct the "minus meal" by serving Kellogg's ALL-BRAN regularly. Its gentle "bulk" docs not break down in 'the body as much as the fiber in frnits and vegetables. So it is more effective. ALL-ERAN also supplies vitamin B and iron. Certainly it is safer to nse this natural food in place of patent medicines. Two tahlespoonfnls daily are usually sufficient. Chronic cases, with each meal. If relief is not obtained, see your doctor. ALL-BBAN remains effective with continued use. Serve as a cereal with milk or cream, or cook into muffins, breads, waffles, etc. Get the red-and-green pack- ape at your grocer's. Made by Kellogg in 'Battle Creek. is spending the week with Al Douglas and family of Muncie. Harry C.unn and wife of Veedci'slmrt: visiiei! Fred l';irtwrii:lil and wife Sumhiv afternoon. served. i Mrs. Edna Robbins of ncari Indianapolis is at the home of Floyd Mnndell ^and family assist-1 iiiL- in fie care of her mother I GOLDSMITH. ed to be hurl by her father's let-' ter of disapproval. She wrote: _. ' "I [bank and bless you. my dearest Henrietta ;:ntl Arabel. . . . : — i What I suffered in reacliin.^ Or-' Tsew York. .May 17.—Twenty- ' leans at last holding all these let-, two unpublished It-tiers of Eliza-! ters in my band, can only be liron-nings Have HIH-II Sold. HIILER SPEECH II I, Mrs. diaries 1'i'essei- and chil- Mi>. I.on (irc-ii of ii.-;'r !.;;p;-l spent tin 1 week ' siifferiii.n '.'lid with I-M Sni.ill ;iml wife. Mil- — dred Small and daughter of Atlanta are spending! the week wiih Kd Small aii;l wife; (!eori;e I.ee ;ind family and John I.'-e '(if Detroit. Michigan, ; spt-nt the wi'Hi end. with Arch I.i-e and wife.. . .Mrs. "I.. 11. Rons, son Frank, and Host.']- Kuss and Mrs. Keiia Karns anil daughter Sally -Sue spent Siind-iy with Iris Ilonnold ;ilul wile iif Atlanta. 1. John Kelley and; wife and Mrs. | Virgil S]itirueon ami son Hobby. ! were Sunday Diesis of the for! mer's daughter Mrs. Cleinon Carsun and family of |Vru. Roy Phillips and wife of Charleston, lll'iiois. W(--re week end -ih-sis of Mrs. Nancy Urown and Small who is quite ill j with complications. j C. .Mrs. Itay llulto assisted by Mrs. James Sholiy and Mrs. C. O. Hoover entertained the \Vii:iian's Foreign Missionary society of the M. 'K. church at the liome of the former in Windfall Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. H. V. Cliaiu-c had clmrgi- of the devotions and Mrs. Alvin .\skivn voiced the opi-nin;: pray.-r. Uuring the business session .Mrs. Carl Sciiddcr was elect'•d corresponding secretary and Mrs. James Sholty was elected recording secretary. Mrs. Currie i having resigned because of ill • health. A short tall; on Stewardship was given hy Mrs. Carl Kcndder. Miss Hetty llntio :in d Scudder entertained with -i son Paul, and Krm. Phillips and I,,.;,,,! if,,l p iam) (lm . t Thi> 1( , ss . )n on Pearc a n d Internation.il of Koko- FriMulship- was presented in a j Anderson. Otis Bilhy and family capable manner hy Mrs. W. -and Lloyd and Koherl Cole. Pi. Keep on the Sunny Side of Life KKI.V-SHII.OII. Ekin M. E. Sunday school. a. in. Rev. (iiendal* Hurton of IIMI- ;.na|)olis was a Sunday dilini-r ,-~uest of his parents lieniie lUir- •il Martin and wife ;no si" nt Sunday with ':inn ami family. Km'. :ir Siiirdevahl and hit ;-randparents Frank Fishhack ;!iiil wife attemk'd Mother's Day pro-ram at ('.idle Tabernacle at Indianapolis Sunday afternoon. Kill y lic-am and family of Ko knniM. \Valli-r H.-ain and family of Khvoml. amf .lode Pliifer and wife :\\ ••!••• Sunday uin-sts of Al Beam ;md family. Ada Merle Miller entertained the an-nibers of t.he Standard Hearers of I'.oxley church at her Coldsmith church notes: (Rev. J. A. Land, pastor.) Sunday school.; 9:30. William Aldridge, superintendent. Morning worship, 10::!». Ilopewill church notes: Sunday school. ' !):: ?.«. Russell 1 Collier, superintendent. j Evening worship, 7:30. j Tetersbiii-g chui'ch notes: ' (Rev. McClnre. pastor. I Sunday school. !l :.'!!>. lingerie .Samuels. superintendent. Xormanda church notes: | j Sunday school 9:3u. Carl Tyn-' |"r. superintendent: j I After the Sunday school hour 'there will he an address given by i a Chinese boy from Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Pearey of near (ialveston were Sunday | guests of Ren Barr and family. Mr. and Mrs. Will Cole enter-- lained Sunday with a Mother's Day dinner for their children. Those present \ven> Hull /'ole and family of Tipton. Hazel Cole of ; bPth Barrett Browning and Rob-j measured by my deep gratitud | ert Browning have been pur-1 to you. and hy the tears and [chased by the Woman's Home kisses I spent on every lino of Companion from the United Fea- ! what you wrote to nu lure Syndicate, it was announced I ert . . came in and found me just today. The price was said to be ] able to cry from the halm of your Hie largest ever paid for a series ; tender words. of magazine articles of like char- i "I put your two letters in his actor. j hands, and he. when he read The letters came to light in • them, said with tears in his eyes. London, presumably they came | and kissing them between the from a relative of Mrs. Browning. I'words, 'I love your sisters -with a Ten were written by Browning, j deep affection. I am inexpressibly The 12 written by Mrs. Browning j grateful to them. It shall be the were addressed to her .sisters, i object of my life to justify their Henrietta and Arabel. j trust as they exp.ross it here." Dealing with intimate details j *—• in the n-rly married life of thej Police Iliidios. famous poets, the collection in-1 eludes the first letter of Mrs. Browning to her sisters after her marriage and Browning's first let-''inns with the new stale police ter to them. Browning describes ! radio system will be discussed the 32'hours in which his son-was'here May 2u in the office of A'l and offers any practicable basis for negotiations, indications wero Loday that Great Britain will hasten to take advantage of it. All but thi- most reactionary British opinion will be disap- : pointed, and dismayed,, if vfheitf' Hitler faces his Xazi reiehstag at S p. m. Tuesday he does not make . a speech which will give Europe . RO!,- Expected to Bring-a Definite anon,,,,- chance - I *{ Turning Point in Armaments Crisis, MAY BE CONCILIATORY Indianapolis. Ma\- IT.—Co-ordi- ! horn, cried, was bathed and fed. Mrs. Browning's first letter, written Oct. 2. 1S46 at the town of Roanne between Moulins and Lyons, was to her sisters. She had just received her first packet of letters from home and she expect- Feeney. state safety director. Bisquick Vienna Bread 29c I.E. m. i.b. q r Loaf yC JEWEL BRAND Coffee Ground when you purchase*. Hot datoJ-i 3 Lb. Bag 49c Lb. I'X Clean Quick Avondale Cane Eatmor Wisconsin Cream Soap Chips Flour Sugar Oleo Cheese Navy Beans »'^' » 1 irKti; Salad Dressing Soda Crackers 16% Dairy Feed Wheai.es Flour P6«G Soap Oxydol Chipso Camay Catsup 5-Lb. Box 24-1,1). Sack 2. r j-Ll>. § Bag- VtO Lli. Lb: 39c Embassy >Ve?co Single Bag $1.60 In Ton Lots— The Breakfast of Champions Gold Medal 24-Lb. Sack The White Naptha Bar 6 LP- Bars 25 C Guaranteed Money Savers STRAWBERRIES I POTATOES SODA CRACKERS Flakes c,r (intniik-s T,.it,'t Roll Aihls rest to mcjit >. » tc. A Real Value 21c Butter SY, 18c Peas *•£«• 14c Coffee ";»„;«* u, 26c lOc Ginger Ale c asc 390 I-ntonia Club. I'lus Lot. chg. Pineapple New Potatoes New Cabbage 3 > < Solid Green Heads Iceberg Lettuce > Crisp Sulid Heads Sw't Potatoes 4 '•••« Yams for CanHyinc Green Beans ' >> Fancy Round Strinpless Fancy Cubans Extra Larjfc Size, Ea. 15c I.arj;e Size 10 Lbs. 25C 25C r. s. NO. i Alabama Rrcl Triumphs 10c Cucumbers 3 ^ lOc Nice Size—Fresh Green 5c Fresh Peas " lOc Exlra Fancy Well Filled 19c Lemons uoz. ig c Sunkist—Thin Juicy j 5c Oranges DO.. 25c Sunkist—California Vaienciai Heavy Bacon, per lb 20c Beef Brains, per lb lOc Sugar Cured Jowl, lb 22c Tender Stcn!:, per lb 29c Pure Lard, per lb 17c Flsie White Shortening, lb 15 C Perk; Steak, Our Leader, milled from fine wheat, 24-lb. bag Strike anywhere, 2 boxes for MUSTARD ?,T iar NAVY BEANS 1""; /^ A TCI ID Large 14-oz. Bel Monte Spinach, No. 2 can lOc Strawberry Shortcakes, with berries, 15c $1.06 LOOK 1 LOOK MARSHMALLOWS In Cellophane I Bag 1 £ 14c Mild Wisconsin Per lb. NEW 'POTATOES Large^ 7 Ibs PHONE FOR FOOD Fresh and Cured Meats Sugar Cured Jowl Bacon, lb. 19c Sugar Cured Picnics, 4 to 6 Ibs., lb j 10c Sugar Cured Hams, half or whole, Ih '... .2J5c Sugar Cured Bacon, sliced, lb i 28c Large Wieners, lb. . .17c : Small Wieners, lb. . .20c Large Bologna, lb. . .17c : Liver Pudding, lb. . .17c iBraunschweiger lb. . .30c : Spare Ribs, lb. 15c Small Hamlets, lean, lb j 32c Fresh Ground Hamburger, 2 Ibs 33c 3eef, Veal and Pork, ground for loaf, Ih. ........20c Veal Roast, lb 22c : Veal Chops, lb. .!... .30c Veal 'Stew, lb 15c : ,Arm Swiss Steak, lb... 25c Lamb Roast, lb 23c : Leg o' Lamb, lb. ; . .25c Lean Pork Roast, lb,, 25c : Lean Pork Steak, lib., 25c Lean Pork Chops, lb. 30c : Choice! Beef Roast, jib., 22c Haddock Fish, no bones, Ik Catfish Steak, lb. .. .25c Seaplane Fish, per lb. i Angel Food Cakes, large ; 39c |Pineapple, sliced, 2 No. 2 cans 29c i ; FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ORANGES—Sun- 1 C kist, Calif., doz. IOC HEAD LETTUCE FRESH PINEAPPLES—CO size, 2 for 25c RADISHES—Red or white, 3 bunches lOc Green Beans, 2libs... 15c : NewjPeas, 2 Ibs 19c Egg Plant, 2 for ... .25c Parsley bunch lOc Cucumbers, 3 for lOc Cauliflower, head 21c Carrots, fancy, bunch, 5c Onion Plants, bunch .. 5c 25c 5c BANANAS Ripe, Yellow 4 fc 19c Halibut Steak, lb. Graham Crackers, tasty, 2 Ibs Ginger Bread, mixed ready !to use, box:.. Peas, Early June, 2 Na. 2 cans ...... Baking Powder, Gold Label, j2-lb, can .. THE FA^GAIW ...25c ...25c n:y \ »:i. London. Muy 17.--Adolf Hil- 1-r's spct-cii tu tin- Cr-nnaii ivjcli- sta^' Tiu-sday ni^ht is i-\piTii-d ••> mark a dt'liniii* turning point in I in- annanifiils crisis. It is tu I),; lollo'-V -,1 ,!I1 \V,-llll."-:- day liy a (i.-li;:h- cu national di-- ft-n.se in the lirilisli lions. of commons. If Hitler's speech is temperaf to ;turn toward P-.-aci-. Like iU-nitu Mussolini of Italy. In; has oft^n- made such gestures at a time \vht-n his ^ritify looked to him for explosive talk. Fur weeks now. Germany and iintain have been talking dU". H-cily at i ach other in public pi'CJ-".-. niiiiiic-emeiits. '^.'; Miller's last word — indirect 'like all the rest—was a graceful. trilmie to Kins George on his! -Htli anniversary celebration May 0. Anthony Ed' : n. lord privy soal and iinollicial understudy to Sir •lolin Siniiii:. compli.ted the basis of t-liese hints to Gennany in a siieecli to a nice; in-.of East London conservatives last night. , : ;: v: Tribune Want Ads Pay. Carload after carload of merchandise has been bought for this important event. Many of the prices could not again be duplicated on today's market. Buy and Save! SPECIAL PKICES ON A&P's FAMOUS COFFEES 8 O'CLOCK Coffee C L b i 17c) RED CIRCLE COFFEE BOKAR COFFEE 2S45c SOAP CHI PS ION A FLOUR SODA CRACKERS IONA PEACHES IONA BEANS White Linen Milled From Fine Wheat Salted Sliced or Halves With Pork and Tomato Sauce 2 3 3-Lb. Pkg. 24-Lb. Bag 2-Lb. Pkg. Lge. Cans 19c 79c 15c 29c Imitation—Peach, Raspberry, Strawberry or Pineapple Giant Cans 2-Lb. Jar WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE Pure Pasteurized. Pint Quick and Lasting Suds SUPER SUDS 6 Sm. Pkgs. 50c 4' 66c Brooms Ketchup Mustard Navy Beans Bulk Rice Cheese Motor Oil Bisquick Sparkle Marshmallows Coffee Cake StronK Durable Scott Cuunty Crona Ruads Each 29c Palmolive Soap Crystal White Blus Hose Mild ' Wisconsin A-Penn (Pus Sc Tax) Sm. Pkl. 17c Gelatin Dessert Recipe Streuael Pottle Quart Jar 10 Lb.. 2-Gal. Can Lire. IOC 390 23c 6 2 89c 29c 25c l-Lb. Each ].OC Ajax Soap Oxydol Camay Soap Salmon Margarine Matches Noodles Ginger Snaps Bread Laundry <^, More Suds Medium Kcd Alaska Keyko Bfrdseye ' Sultana. In Cellophane 12 12 12 3 12 Cake Home Made Style Grandmother's 52c 50c 46c 63c Cakes 52C 2 Tall OT- Cans^'C 2 ".. 25C Boies 23C J fi° 2 ' 10c 3 "« 25c 9c Giant Bars Giant liars Lge. Pkss. 24-Oz. Loaf SPECIAL PRICES ON FAMOUS DEL MONTE FOODS DEL MONTE SPINACH Can 10c DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE DEL MONTE SARDINES DEL MONTE COFFEE Crushed (Sliced 2 Lge. Cans 39c) In Tomato Sauce DEL MONTE PEARS 2 c "»29c' 3 ?i'i 25c " 27c 2ca^45c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Green Beans, Fresh, lb. 5c Head Lettuce, solid crisp . .7y 2 c Button Radishes, fresh, 3 for lOc Bananas Golden Ripe,4lbs.l9c Cabbage, new, crisp, lb. :... 5c ' Pineapples fresh 2 for 25c Strawberries, Full Quarts 15c Celery bunch 5c Oranges, large Calif., 2 doz.. .45c New Potatoes 10 Ibs. 25c U. S. No. 1 IN OUR MEAT MARKETS Beef Chuck Roast ,',"'."„; 21c Boiling Beef, lb. 15c Round or Sirloin Steak, lb., 35c Fancy Veal Roast , 11 , 1 ;: 1 ",;; 21c Veal Chops, lb. 25c Fancy Frying Chickens, lb., 29c Pork Loin Roast 2 ,^,!!l, 19c Veal Breast, boil or roast, lb. 15c Smoked Bacon Jowls, lb. .. .20c Haddock Fish, lb. lOc Codfish Fillets, lb

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