The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on June 7, 1935 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, June 7, 1935
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Every D^y Prices! 60c Russian Mineral Oil 39c 60c Syrup Pepsin 49c 50c Ipana Tooth Paste 39c 50c Pepsodent Tooth Paste 38c 50c Milk Magnesia 39c 40c Fletcher's Castoria 29c or jars Cold, Vanishing and Cleasning Creams,| in tubes 1 ft- Arkenau's Drug Store Free Delivery — Phone 46. West Side Square Social Events Missionary Meeting. Thf \V,,,,H'.r.s , , ,,. ,, . . , , t-ty uf Uiu first Ilaptisl i-hun-li " lpt T ..... S(i: '- v period was "The Deeps iff Understanding." After the Scripture lesson from the book of Proverbs, read by Mrs. Wade, the following sub-topics wore given: "Bible Contains Secret of Abundant Liv- Missionary Sod- <'»«." ><«. Floyd Kinnett; "Bible " Ititndviiiir Leads to Deeper Undcr- • T .standing of Chriat," Mrs. Losey; with .Mrs. £ Uiblc Reading and Study- Mi.ri I.n-i.y -,u ln-r home north- ! ills is (;i,,.j s t Like Living," Mrs. west of Tintun. with Mrs. R:ilp!> • smith Cox. The period closed with •Lambort as assisting hostess. j j, nl y er by Mrs. Gordon. The meeting opened with thcj Ml . g M p _ Williams and Mrs. sinsini; of "Open -My Kyi-s That 1 ; w ^ c sang a duQtj .. Wonderful May Sec" folloxvcd by prayer by| Wm . (ls of ufc; , rollowcd by -Mr*. C. A. Wade. i Tilt- iiumiul inshilhuiim n£ officers was rumliirlvd by Mrs. Ralph l.ainl'cM, ;i/id i.-ki:-cil with a I niycr and ;i MHI-, "I Would Hi; True" -suni; liy I lie rmiiv grovi Tho mt'ctiii:: \v:is thi.'ii ov.T to tin.' new president. Mrs. S. A. r.onliin \vhi> outlined lior plans . ' Mrs. Walter Roush: ! "First Woman to be Baptized," prayer by Mrs. Wade. .Mrs. Carl Strong was the lead- rr for the afternoon, the lesson hour opening with a song, "Follow Me." The subject for the day tiinicd ! vvas "Yesterday and Today in the ! Sunshine Laud of Japan." Topics 'were as follows: "As the Sun for tin; coming yeac. Slie stated] that .slu 1 intends to divide tlie so-, Vl ,. lr -,.| Mrs. Ira Melson; "Lights of the t l,. lt ! Shadow Between," Sirs. M. E. Dallas Hurkctt; song "In the Cross of Christ I Glory"; "Sin ciety into groups fur I IK work. She alsu lunnniiu-ed drawing will he held at the next] Williams; -'Blaze o£ Day.'' Mrs. im'L'tinK f"r Sunshine Friends. Mrs. \Vadi; was in rlumo of (he devotional period, opening with Bearcrs ° f l'aP«»rs." Mrs. Don U,, Uistorv of the sun.-. "Break Hui-kclt: reading, Mrs. Dowey Thou the "i:n,ul of Life." after Edwards and Mrs. Roma Brown: which tin: luiiii s sail:: the son:;, ;uiii MJ-... Wiidi: read un original Tlu, subject for the "Sunsliine in Japan," Mrs. Grace McCullough: and closing prayer, i Mrs. Lawrence Kendall, devotional At the close of the delightful jsorhil hour, tho hostesses served delicious refreshments. , Sale on White Hats SLAUTER'S HAT AND BEACTy SIIOPPE The «'jiugh Class. ! The Watigh class of tlie Kemp | ; .Methodist church was dcliBhtful- j-ly entertained Thursday after- I .noou at the home of. Mrs. George We are now permanently located —ir> the Ritz Theater building and will be very glad to show you or sell you anything we* have/ Cotton Dresses $1.00 and Up Linen Dresses $2.49 Crepes, in washable pastel shades, sizes 50 and down .$2.95 Washable Fussy Willow Print Suits $5.75 Hats, lovely felts and straws, special 59c Beautiful String, Lace and Eyelet Dresses. White Waffle Cloth Coats : $3.95 Ethel King Dress Shop OCIE HAVENS, Manager. Leatherman on North West street, In honor of Mrs. O. W. Rose, teacher of the class who is leaving soon for California. There were nineteen members present for the afternoon, and the ladles surprised Mrs. Rose with a lovely handkerchief shower. During the brief business session, Mrs. Emma Simms was selected as the new teacher to take the place of Mrs. Rose. It was also decided to call the group the Waugh class, in honor of Mrs. Waugh who organized the class some time ago. -At the close of the enjoyable afternoon, the hostess served .delicious refreshments assisted by Mrs. Belle Uukill and Mrs. Lizzie Ashton. Lido Clab. The Lido club met Thursday- evening with Vivian Crail at h-jr home on North Main street, with all the members present. The evening was spent in playing bridge, and at the close of the playing, the scores for the past twelve meetings were totaled, and the gift exchange was held, each girl getting her choice of gifts according to her scoro. Alary Gene Essig was the winner of high score, with Vera Gephart second. At the close of tho delightful evening, tho hostess served delicious refreshments of peaches with whipped cream, ice cream, chocolate cake and punch. Cosmos Class. SUNDAY PROGRAM. Children's Day Exercises at the The Cosmos class of the Kemp Methodist church enjoyed their spring party Thursday evening ;il (he home of Miss Nellie Heath on South Independence street, with thirty-eight members present. Members of Mrs. Elsie KcUcy s group were hostesses 'for tho evening, and following tho brief business session in charge of Mrs. Maude Wilson,; a delightful so^al evening was enjoyed. There were readings, music and contests, with Eleanor Clark as the prize winner. At the close of the merry evening, delicious refreshments of ice cream, strawberries and cake were served. ' Presbyterian Church. A splendid Children's Day program will be presented Sunday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock at the Presbyterian church and the public haa a cordial invitation to he present. The following program, will be presented: Prelude — "Shepherd Pipes," Mrs. C. B. Stemen. Hymn — "Jesus Savior Pilot Me." Scripture reading — William Martin. Prayer — Rev. Tunmer. Song — "The Father's Care," primary and beginners. Dialogue — "Two Sunny Hearts," Mary Collins and Everett Smith. Dialogue — "His Helpers," a group of Juniors. Piano Trio. Recitation — "The Boys of Jesus' Time," Claud Nash. Song • — "Children's Day is Here," Miss Rosenthal's class. Reading — ^Selected, Ann Cameron. Plnylette — "The First Children's Day." Reading — Selected, Betty Tatman. Exercise — "The Flowerbed." Recognition of Cradle Roll, with violin solo by Miss Edith Smith. Offertory — "Offertory Opus 46," Mrs. Stemen. Baptism of Children. Closing Hymn, "What a Friend We Have in Jesus." OPKX SEASON SUNDAY. Tiptoii Merchant Timers to Piny Hughes-Curry Team. Birthday Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. George Tishner entertained Thursday evening at 6:00 o'clock dinner at their home on Second street in honor of Hie birthdays of Mrs. Tishner and daughter, Barbara Mae, which oe- ur the 6th and 10th of June. Guests for the delightful evening included Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Day and sons, William and Charles, Mr. and Mrs. Gail Horton and son. Robert Harold, and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Day and daughter. Connie Irene. Entre Nous Club. The Entre Nous club mot Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Howard Thomas at her home on North Conde street with a good attendance of members present, and one guest, Mrs. Harold' Lee and son, Bobby Jean, of Atlanta. The afternoon was delightfully spent in fancy work and social conversation until a late hour when the hostess served delicious refreshments. An Enjoyable Affair. The Hobbs Methodist church sponsored an ice cream social for the community Thursday evening on the church lawn', with a splen- oid attendance present to enjoy the delightful evening. W. H. Welder of Sharpsville was present and presented a moving picture show. "Dark Skies," which was much enjoyed by all. •*< Penny supper, Saturday, 5 to 7, at Christian church. Mrs. Ray Moore's Section. c-212 GUARANTEED PERMANENTS DELMM BEAUTY SALON It luu clfcwi, an* bM Annonncement is made Uiat the Tipton Merchant Tigers, Tipton's new independent baseball team, will meet the Hughes-Curry team of Anderson on the park diamond Sunday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock, and tlie news will sound good to local fans who have been wondering if Tipton would go through the summer without u ball team. Eldon Cage, manager, stated some of tho old timers would be in the lineup and several new faces. Hieri, who pitched for Tipton and did such good work last year, is with Goldsmith at this time, hut it is believed he will be with Tipton later. In the Tipton lineup will be the old favorites, Bill and Carl Jones, Harold and Eldon Cage, Chick Johnson, nob rearce, Pete Badgley, Jimmy Deakyne, Paul Altherr, all of Tipton; John Renie and Vin Zanss of Sharpsville; Ed inv; of Anderson, and others. Lowell Cage, former Tipton star, who is now residing at Anderson, will, play with the Hughes-Curry team, being employed bi*the packing company. Renie and Badgley will form the pitching staff until Bieri joins, when the team will have throe good mound mer.. Carl Jones will do tho backstopping. The Hughes-Curry outfit is coming with a reputation of being good ball players and fans should sec a teal game. Home Purchasing, Home Building, and Home Remodeling i or Improvements. I | The Tipton Building and Loan Association i Court Street JJ. A. LEWIS, ! SALESMAN IVJtTRED. R. C. Anderson Ditched Car in Effort to Avoid Hitting Truck. BIG SUNDAY MEETING. Pruiric Township Sunday School Convention to Be Held. Arrangements are being made for a big meeting Sunday afternoon and evening at the Reserve Friends church In Prairie township, when the annual Prairie township Sunday school convention will be held. The business of tho convention will bo cared for in the afternoon and in addition 1 a program of nm- sical numbers and other features will be given. In the evening. Rev. Howard Bro^h of the Kokomo Friends churcix will deliver the address, which Is certain to be a most in- torestipg one. There will be special musical selections from the various Sunday schools in the township, each school being represented on the program. '! A large tepresentatlon Is de- •sifed from each i school of the towneblp, and all others who afe inter* uted are cordially invited to RJ C. Anderson of Peoria, III., a salesman, escaped with a slightly injured right hand when his automobile took the ditch and turned over at the east entrance to Hobbs, when he endeavored to avoid a collision with a truck of tho Hughes-Curry Packing Company of Anderson. Anderson was following the truck which" was driven hy Lowell Cage ; on state road 2S, both going westj and just east of Hobbs, where the road leaves 28 and goes ; straight through Hobbs, Cage! turned to take tho route through the town, not knowing Anderson was starting to pass him on the south. Anderson cut to the north to avoid the collision anvl had a hard time missing a big tree at the side of the road. The coupe he was driving took the ditchiand turned over on its right side. Cage, all unaware of ,what was happening behind him, came through Hohbs and on to Tipton and Anderson, after his car was righted, was able to drive it here and reported the accident to Chief of Police Roscoe Jones. Cag° was notified of the accident and was much; surprised as he knew nothing of it at the time it happened, being! inside the cab of the big truck: Anderson carried insurance which will cover the damage to his car, which was checked here and found to be in good running orderi although the right door glass : was broken, top "and body and rear bumper broken and the car suffered other damage. Anderson stated that when the truck started to make the turn, he was driving about 40 miles nn hour ;and it took some Quick thinking and action to avoid the collision. Joint Stolon of Bed Men wrf Pocahontaa Was Big Snceesav Over 100 members of the Red Men and PocahonUa orders attended the Joint social session of the two organizations held at the Red Men hall In Tipton Thursday night. The meeting was a group one, and members were here from several places, including Indianapolis, Kokomo, Windfall and Frankfort, the latter city sending a big delegation and a degree team of 35 members who put on some splendid exhibitions. Several of the' grand officers, including Great Winona, Mrs. Gertrude Schmenk of Indianapolis; Grand Trustee of the Pocahontas, .Mrs. George Henry of Windfall; Great Sachem Houston Patterson of Indianapolis, and Great Chief of .Record Edwin Harding of Greenfield. During the good of the order, discussions, talks were made by the grand officers and several of the local and visiting members. Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served, and two members of the Frankfort order of Pocahontas furnished some excellent music, both- vocal and instrumental. 'Following this, many enjoyed dancing for an hour or more, music being furnished by the Frankfort musicians. This was considered the best of a series of group meetings which the orders have been holding jointly for several weeks. It is likely iLhc next group meeting will be held at Windfall, the date to be announced later. [MEETING TONIGHT. All Interested in Junior Softball Ijcaguo Asked to Attend. Tonight a meeting of those interested in junior Softball, that is players under 16 years of age, are asked to meet at the home of John iW. Ward, city recreational director, at 7:00 and teams will bo listed and placed in a league. It la "believed there'will be a large • number of softball teams iu the junior league, and those interested are asked to be on hands promptly. Mr.! Ward, coach at the Tipton high school, has been employed by the park board as recreational director for the summer and the junior, softball league will be one of the many activities under his direction. ' i ' ' A Splendid Service. The Bethany Conference group will have charge of the morning service at the West Street Christian church on Sunday. Miss Margaret Presler will lead the service; Miss Jo Ann Martin will speak on "Our Plea," and David Simpson will speak on "'A Typical Bethany Day." The morning anthem will be sung by Misses Frances Wright, Margaret Myerly, Eileen Gray, Margaret Fuller, Mary Jane Presler, Jane Hershman. The deacons for the day will be John Gray, Lindley Coy, Donold Coy, James Aussell, and Udell Adair. In line with) billy quality jfjoodl prodlkto, i TfB pleased to announce ttit we b» Swttt A Company's Brae led Beef jcljosivety. The ntodern method Identifying qm illtj' loot. brand'has been extender obett. qjiality beef, tlie b art th i ;' to p) the year arounfl, it branjled "S 1 y'ou will be glad to knew that possible to get the [same Ualform ness from steaks and roasts ev«y yon make a purchase hme. We be very pleased tojahowj |yoa the itjl points on this beef ijfcnd why branded "SWIFT'S." One purci. •wilt convince yonj of thle import.-pf asking for Swif^ Branded Beef. Will no doubt agifee thitt it 1» difficult to select meat by app< alono -— to krtowj just ;by looking - Whether or not It Is tender, Jnify ati well flavored. Unless jdn are an.« fa- pert about the oniiy waiy| to tell Is ty eating it. Realizing tljfy housewUeln need for assistance in solving thfa pr»- rbking kitchen problem. Swift *!CJ». has placed its experts at your aervic!. Skflled graders inspect i the meat and. brand the name VSwift^' so th*t : t appears on everyf steak or roa.'jp 'at approved quality, j .Swifdj & Co. hats the most up-tcp-dato packing hoiue i* the World. It In brought to us ami stored-in our spotless, '"clean cooletl and counters, safeguarded by Frigidoire. Eterj'tWjiig white anil clean. Think it over! , j!' -'« AEM SWISS—Branded teef, lb. ....... L 25o CHUCK BOAST—Branded beef, lb. ...._. 26 j STEAK—Sirloin or T-Bone, branded beef, lb. ..30n ROUND STEAK—Branded beef, lb. .... U 3&: RIBS OF BEEF—Branded, lb >.....{ ls( NECK POT ROAST—Branded, lb. .... I.... WAFFLE VEAL ROUND—Always tendeir, lb. GROUND BEEF—For loaf, 2 Ibs. ...... I v .35i .BOLOGNA—In ring;, lb. ....;...; 15c Frankfurters, lb 18c Jewel Shortening, lb., 17(| Jowl Bacon, lb 22c Small Wieners^ lb. .. .20< Fanqr Bacon, no rind, 30c Beef Breans, fijesh, lb., ICY BAY FISH—No bone, no skin, lb. One 10-Ft. Display Counter Devoted;^ SMOKED AND COOKED MEATS. Everything Good to Eat -4-:— Lots to Pick From 20o Visited In Tipton. -^ Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Willis of Cleveland, O., accompanied by the latter's mother Mrs. J. N. Goar of New Lisbon were here Thursday and Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Taylor of West Jefferson 1 street. Mrs. William H. Gloege of Los Angeles who has been visiting In Tipton and vicinity for several days was also a guest, she and Mrs. Willis being old schoolmates. Mrs. Willis was formerly Gloege was formerly Miss Evelyn Miss Venetta Goar and Mrs. Warder. Mr. Willis is playlag with his orchestra at Cleveland, 0., and they returned there Friday evening taking Mrs. Goar to her home in New Lisbon. ' . Try a Tribune Want Ad. A SEVERE QUAKE. Reported That Formosa Is Again Hit by Shocks. ' !, (By United Press). Tokyo, June 7. — A severe earthquake occurred today In Formosa, recently ; devastated - by a quake. ' j j |. H» ' Tribune Want Ada| Get Kesulti. Did you wear puff-sleeves and "chokers"? PEBHAPS yon weren't old enough, in 1906, to be a young lady of fashion. But yon can still «ee elegantly dressed women wearing tboie styles in many a Tipton family album. It vat when they were stfll In' vogne that a new kind of cereal appeared on local breakfast tables, lira original Corn Flakes, made by W. K. Kellogg in Battle Creek. Unlike changing modes of dreti, Kelloac'k Cora Flakes were Bot a mere fad. In 29 yean they hans become the tmchalleoged leader among alf nadyHhhett cereal*. When yon try Kellogg's today. yonU nndenlldiii''ltbBi'fMai)ii. > ^p till popularity^ Finer^wior. Jllore "~. tempting eriipneii, Qnality that' can't be instated. KeQo|| f * C«n Flaket, made h> notleai kitchens, toasted in • I^^ USE THESE qUAUTY INGREDIENTS FDR MAKING CHOCOLATE JOY CA RECIPE IN EVERY SACK I. "^"^"r^™^ $1.05 ...:..a* GOLD MEDAL FLOUS—"Kitchen i tesfted,"241bs. ....:...... '.,..'.. JOHOCOLATE—Bakers, y z Ib L. iBUTTER—Perfection, per lb ,.. SHORTENING^-Per Ib. i.. STJGAfc—Cloth bag, 10 Ibs. 1... j I...'.. .B9i EGGS-Dozen ..... .21c : COCOA—P^r lb. BAKING POWDER—Calumet, per iti. .. 11 2& SODA—Pkg lOc : SALT-^IO Ibis 19c BUTTERMILK—Per quart i... J! .. ;9( CONFECTIONERS' SUGAR—3 Ibs. j.. 10 P.&G.SOAP SO-lb. Block Salt 45c Peanut Eqtterj bulk, IjBc Cream Cheese, lb. ...19c Wheatiesi']pkg "* 3 for Soda Crackers, 2 Ibs., 19c Palmolive I Soap, u ^i. *-*, Oxydol, large 20c Ramo Coffee, lb. ....lib 100 Ibs. Salt 89c Imperial T?ea, fa lb. -" POTATOES. i :good, per peck i.. Post Bran Flakes lie Jello, all flavorb[ 3 for Certo, bottle .256 Tomatoes 3 caps .... Dried Peaches, 2 Ibs. ..25c Prunes, j large, 2 for .. CANDY BARS AND aUM-^Hershey's, Way, etc., allMnds, 3 for ....... -.!. making ice cream, ; Spkga. for .. ..-J-.[- mg-kitig finjB lavors, 6 pkgs. SALAD DRESSING— . Quart jar !..l ^..L>..i COTTAGE CHEESE—Creamed, Ib. ..... MACARONI OR SPAGHETTI—2-lb. box SWIFT'S WHITE LAUNDRY SOAP—10 T, N, T.iBfiid'WN SOAiPpfl-lb. liarj 7 for Raisins^ 3 Ibs. Cocoannt, "4.f banr Ginger; snaps Jb. ....lOc Vanilla Wafers, lb. . .15c Ohoc. Grahams, Ib. . .19c Rg Bars^ Hk lOc Cocoa Taffy Bars, lb., 15c 'Honey Boy Cookiea dx. lOc ^ • •-;j» i -i;:.. I ;.. ; .ipci * Jtuce r Toilet TisBue, carton ^.r-; •• =; t_-"ii "*•.*•. *L «•!•>•. * ','. ' " , >•. ','. ' " , • * ^ • ',;••••?' ...... * M? &.•;• ---- We Si

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