The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 24, 1930 · Page 3
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THIS TIPTOH OAIi.T TBIBUNB We Sell for Less«-Compare Prices Home Owned Independent Grocery Friday and Member Merchant Minute Men of U. S. Hams Fancy sugar i cured, all sizes, whole or half, per lb. 25c DQ^AII Fancy sugar cured, not sliced < jrlM^ OflCUU at this price, per lb. ....... UVAJ Eggs, strictly fresh, dozen 25c Lard Strictly pare, S Lbs. Balk 55c 6:30 O'clock Coffee, lb. Tea 23c lb. 29c Peanut Butter nS2^ 10c Fish Peanuts lb. Haddock Fillets. No Bone No Waste, lb. 20c Granulated Sugar gg, , hs 7 O'clock Coffee«»» •* »» m y«>. 32c Sugar Water Cooldcs Sir.,, Taggarts 2 lb. box Cheese Fancy Mild Wisconsin, lb. Smoked SkraMer 5 and 7 lbs. per lb. 23c Fresh Ground Bed, lb. "1 Butter Perfection Cream, lb 42c UADC (BROOMS. 4-Sewed, 39c) IWIVra Good cotton, each - 10c inion Sets Red, Yellow lb. 10c Gold Medal Flour 24 u>& Swiss Steak SS d 28c ' L__S : ^ : Boiling ARCADIA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Griffith bad- as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Carl Whitinger of Chicago, Dr. and Mrs. Tt. E. Wood of Rockville, Mr. and Mrs. Gray McCord and: family and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Whitinger of Lebanon. Mr. and: Mrs. Carl Whitinger and Mr. and Mr«: Albert Whitinger remained until; Monday morning. , Mr. and Mrs. .Ralph! Coriowny and sons spent Sunday 1 in Koko- roo with. Mr. and Mrs! i 'Homer j Parmer. , •Misses Edith Dickover of Indianapolis and Nelle Havens of Milwaukee,'Wis., visited Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dickover. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Warfel and son Max of Atlanta and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nagle and daughter Joyce Ann were guests Thursday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Shirl Riebeling. ' Mrs. Gertrude Stover of Indianapolis spent the week end with her mother Mrs. Kauffman and her daughters Misses Helen "and Virginia Stover. •Mr. and Mrs. ; Charles- Knipp, son Julian and daughter Barbara of Urbana, 111., and Dr. Dorothy Teal of Indianapolis- spent the week end with .their sister and mother Mrs. Mary Teal. Mrs. Late DeVaney of. Noblesville and Mrs. Geo. McClellan of Indianapolis were guests Saturday of Mrs: Clarke Burton. Mrs. Mary Small who has been visiting in South Bend with her daughter Mrs. Maurice Bock returned. Monday.: ' ' Mr. and Mrs: Carl Overdorf entertained the Euchre club Saturday night. There were four tables of cards and Mr. and Mrs. James Morris -of Dunkirk were special guests. After th_e game delicious Waltz refreshments were served by the host and hostess. The Annual Easter Egg hunt was enjoyed Saturday afternoon by the primary department of the Christian church. This was the first year that the hunt could be conducted on the church lawn on account of the weather and it was enjoyed to the fullest by a.ll the little ones. Games on the lawn and . a story hour preceded , the hunt and ijrtien. U»ey gathered on (-days with Mrs. Grimes' parents Mr. and Mrs: Frank | Hope. PAGE THUMB Indianapolis"are spending a'fpw been iU for the past two,month] with" flu : and complications able to be out again. is Mrs. • Elmer i Long | delightfully ['-• Mr. and Mrs. Russell Alexander entertained the members of her i visited m Pairmount Sunday witfi ;bridge club .Wednesday nignt.| his! parents Mr. and Mrs. Will Prizes for high score in the games \ Alexander, jiere awarded- to Hannah and Mrs. brand with consolation going! to. Mr. and jMrs. George Phillips. Mrs. Harvey Hiatt. Mrs. Gerald! Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Phillips of Ray Hilde-1 Indianapolis spent Sunday with The hostess Mr. and Mrs; Allen Wright of assisted by Mrs. Hildpbrand j -Atlanta; and granddaughter Miss served: lunch and beautiful flow-, Rachel Danielsof Terre Haute, ersY^ere given ' as? favors. . Mrs. I visited Saturday with ; Mrs:, Ber- Arcadia, residents but left here a! Miss Caddie Guy a daughter asto for residence in 1 has: been ill for several Clark Burton and Smith were , guests, meeting place will later. . The members ofl class wiifi their .sponsor, sie Davis and Miss ial guest, spent a| Miss Evelyn; tha Parker. The next j • Robert Ferguson of Sapulpa, be announced;-Oklahoma, is here for a -few • ' * j: ; weeks visit with friends. "Ttpbert the Freshmanj with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. E1-! Everett Ferguson wore - 'former Mahan, a., spec-; who fjftW; years aso for residonce in) has been ill for several Weeks Sapulpa. - • . .-.•! -j remains about the same and to I. Miss Velma Baker of Indian- j not yet able to be up. apolis visited Saturday and Sun-' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Martini day with her parents, Mr. and 1 son Charles, of Dayton. O., Mrs. Henry Baker.: , Ethel Kennedy of Lafayette Miss Jenny Lind Givens has re- 1 guests Sunday of Mrs. turned to her school work in] tin. -Martin Justice accompanied Madison, Ohio,, after-a few days" j Mr. ant} Mrs. i Fred Martin pome visit with: her parents Rev. and: for a visit. Mrs; R; B. Givens: ' .- | / Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waltz, Miss. Louise ;and Harry Rurrellj Minnie Waltz,: Mrs. Wirifred of South. Bend visited Saturday) Brammel and daughter Hetty, iand Sunday with their mother; Mrs. John Waltz and son Joseph Mrs. Lavariche Durrell. . visited in Kokomo Monday Miss. Percy-Ha.ll hag" returned nins? with Mr. and Mrs. M inroe borne.from Paxton, 111:, where she-Waltz. had been spending the winter: Mr. and Mrs. Wid Burton spent with her sister Mrs. E. M. Guy.; (Continued on Page 6.)| very pleasant evening in the home-of Miss Hpl- eh Hiatt Thursdayj. This was the last party of the y^ar and a. very enjoyable one. Games arid contests were enjoyed after _ which a lunch of sandwiches, fruit salad and cake was served. Those present belonging to the class, were Myrtle Wagner, Cleo Ridge, Le.o Ridge, Virgil Beeman, Edna Stout, Mary Stottlemeyer, James! Corffell, Denzil Nagle, ; Eugene, Overdorf, Grance Langoff "and the' hostess Helen Hiatt. • :• j John Laudig spent from Thurs-i day until Saturday with his! brother Luther'Laudig at Broad Ripple. -i Earl Shockney . Jr. 1 24-Phones»188 and Mrs. |were Mar- Mrs- 1 of. Indianapolis was the guest of his parr ents Dr. and Mrs. JEarl Shockney, Sunday. In the eyening he rendered two beautiful solos at the Methodist church service. j •. Miss Alice: Krajuse of Indianapolis spent the week end \ttjith her mother Mrs. Blanche Kriiise. On Saturday evening she was the supper guest; ofl Miss Haleh Sprrogdale Nut the lawn ^vith" "their bright colored baskets they presented a sight worth seeing. Excitement, ran high.as the eggs were discovered: Easter toys were also 'found and as a climax a real live rabbit was found on the grounds. A lively chase followed this discovery and Jean Cunningham was successful in catching him. Mrs. Ruth Apple, superintendent of the primary department was in charge of the party, assisted by vine other teachers of the department. .-••..:. .--r?' • .i •xiiMr. and Mrs. ;. Adrin -Homey visited the Pendleton* Airport Sunday afternoon. " •Mrs. Ed Grimes and a[ik Mr. and Mrs. Fra)ik Hill and son^Howard of Lafountaine were of the Chris- entertained in Hiatt Tuesday visiting friends in Arcadia Sunday. | The Boys' Class tian church werej the home of Billy evening. Those present to' en-joy the party were: Keith and George William Boser, George Knapp, Robert Miller, Paul Martin, Claybourne Leonard, Floyd Devaney and Junior: Hopel Refreshments of ice cream and cake were served' at the end of a pleasant eyening. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Cruzan and family of Cicero dinner guests of Raymond Nagle. - : Mr. and Mrs. jWallie Cruzan spent-Sunday with Mrs. Cruzan's parents Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith at' thier cj.mp at Trader's Point. • I Mr. and. Mrs. John Button and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith were guests Easter Sunday of Mr. .and Mrs. Omer Button' at Brownsburg. • .. | : . > j. . Mrs. - Ruth Heiny and Mrs.j Ar- Lhur Heiny, of Noblesville were | guests of. Mrs^ Gerald Hannah children J Friday-evening'. | -i • We Sell Purina Fee Pure Cane 251b. Bag $1.3910 lbs. Strictly-purei 2 lbs. .:,v,.L 25c JOWLBACONS16c Fresh X lb. box Per box COFFEE Golden Rid, fresh, lb; ... 15c:BUTTERf ^t yaI ^ PORK Per lb. Boned and Rolled lb. 10c BOILING BEEF were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. ladward Jr. and: Beatrice Jlope of! , Miss- Rose Knause who ,has Newboose & FRIDAY AMD SATURDAY SPECIALS | I Clover Bloom Better, lb. . . i.. . I...... .44c 24 lbs. Blue Ribbon Flour for . . ...93c 24 lbs. White Rose Flour for . .... ^ij; .J ...... .98c (f Oleo, Banner Nut,lb., 17c Miller Cup Coffee, lb., 25c Maxwell House Coffee . 41c Peaberry Coffee ... 28c jelly Powder,2 for ...12c Raisins, 2 lbs 1 ; ... 25c Qreen Beau, laxffc can ...... Pure Can* Sugar, \o lbs. for . Navy Beans, 5 lta. : . . ..45c Pinto Beans, Pumpkin, 2 large, canr for Hominy, 8 large cans for .. . . Kraut, 3 small cans for .. . . Jackson Corn, per, can Fancy tidbits Pineapple or Macaroni, 4 for jT^up, 3 bottJM for 3 lbs. 19c 58b 25C . .25c ..25c ..25c ..25c Il25| float card." • POTATOES I Michigan No. 15|lb, 49c OLEO Manor House, 2 lbs. for FISH, Haddock, lb. RAISINS—"Not a brand, per box : Seed' 10c TOILET PAPER—Seal skin 3 rolls for ......... -• - iPRtJNES—Fresh and good size 2 lbs for/...... APRICOTS—Good -per lb value 25c 19c PEACHES • 2 cans .. -2% size CLIMAX WALL PAPER CLEANER—4 cans for . MARSHM ALLOWS—Fresh, per pound .. 19c PEANUT Per lb. BUTTER— 1 Full 15-oz'. can for ... 5c BREAD lV2 -lbtwin, 3 for Red Beans, Pork & Beans cans GREEN BEANS—Good grade, 3. cans .. 29c PORK ROAST—Lean, per lb. . • • • •. Flour Pillsbury or Polar Bear, 24 lbs FlOUr, NoblesviHe Milling Co., 24 lbs. Gallon, No. f sire, each . 10 AC- CAAD p - * 6 or Flake OXtAT white, 10 cakes . Navy Beans BCSI Qoamy, I ibs, Coffee.0ur Own Santos Peaberry, 2 lbs-5! Cotfee Fancy Santos, Good QnalBylbo Sugar Cured, Lean and Sliced, II). BAUSAGI -AUpork, M3*4-s|*v , 'MAI 20c HAMBURGER—Strictly ' fresh, per lb SHOULD: Cmu

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