The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 1, 1930 · Page 4
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 4

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, May 1, 1930
Page 4
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•A •A THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE ARCADIA. 1 Lest You Forget WE SELL r | BULK ROLLED OATS PIN READ OATS | PURINA FEEDS • _ j" OYSTER SHELL • SEMI-SOLID BUTTERMILK / | BULK GARDEN SEEDS bargain Grocery Mrs. Elmer Reisinger, Hattie Goldman and Billy tingham' of Noblesville Miss Cot- were guests Sunday, of Mrs. Eva Clifford and family. .In the afternoon Mrs. Clifford and her guests visited east of Atlanta with Mr. and JMrs. Cla'ude" Hoover and family. Mr. and TMrs. Walter Mos- I baugh and family of Walnut | Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Harold ! Bergr of Strawtown were guests ! Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John | Berg. ! Mr.- and Mrs. Elzi 'Hellin and j family and Mrs. Cora Heflin! spent Sunday in Manilla with the | latter's sister, Mrs. Dolly DeMoss. I "Mr. and Mrs. Donavon Wilson son Doyle and daughter .Joan, of Indianapolis were guests Saturday and Sunday of Mr. arid Mrs. Lew Groves. .Guests Sunday after-: noon were Mrs. Dora. Merritt of Sheridan and Richard Garr of Indianapolis. .Mr. and Mrs. -Robert West of Hagerstown were guests over the week end of Mr. and Mrs. Walter bewis. Mrs. Bertha Parker spent Sunday in Atlanta with her brother and 'wife, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wright. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Waltz and daughters Harriett, Norma and Esther and Mrs.. Will Waltz visited Sunday in Martinsville with their sister and husband Mr. 'and Mrs. Roy Bardonrifir. Mrs. Lou Thomas left Tuesday for her home in Indianapolis aft- PAGE THREE er spending several days with'Mr. Grov, and Mrs. Raymond Shaffer. land I Mr. and Mrs. Bert Turner's Mj-. | and Mrs. -Carl j Overdorf • 25ta .; anniversary. Other 130— Two Phones—27 Saturday Specials GROCERIES ONION PUNTS^4 b r h :.. 25c MEATS I A UD Choice cuts from 1 Q_ LAMB shoulder, lb. I8C - ; RED SEAL LYE * r 10c PICKLE PORK Y 15c 6:38 O'CLOCK COFFEE ST 21c PRUNES ?r 25c FRESH GROUND BEEF * 20c 6:38 O'CLOCK COFFEE ST 21c PRUNES ?r 25c BOIL BEEF ft" 18c DRIED PEACHES *S B !r 25c SWISS STEAK T r?JM r i 28c APRICOTS^S:..-...[:...Y ...;'25 C CORN BEEF 29c SU €M^ b ;. cloth ^.,....... ; ,.. : ...55c DlfWIfC Smoked shoulders,. OO- ril ,WICt5 t0 7 ibs. v per lb.*..., ... LOK SODA CRACKERS ** ^ 25c CHEESE milk ' ............ 29c BUTTER Sr ion : 42c ClCff Haddock fillets,' no bone, ?ftr' riOn no waste> per 113. .: ...... BUTTER Sr ion : 42c LAJWrS .....:.^-23 TEA In bulk ' Impferia1 ' 29c LAJWrS .....:.^-23 TEA In bulk ' Impferia1 ' 29c U A Fanc y Sli s ar CUTed > 81010 ^'ir Il/ilTliJ lbs., whole or half, lb uOK. EGGS 25c BACON SslSr^:.. '.20c; SPREAD ™" •**..,;] 30c PORK CHOPS ~ b 28c PORK ROAST 25c SALAD DRESSING J?**: 25c PORK CHOPS ~ b 28c PORK ROAST 25c RCLLED0ATSSeSt: for .....5c PORK HAM ROAST ^ r 28c jpWLBACON^j 15c RAISINS 2s, Sf ai<i paSeS : 17c PORK HAM ROAST ^ r 28c jpWLBACON^j 15c RAISINS 2s, Sf ai<i paSeS : 17c BOILED HAM * r 50c wm'zs™* ............:... 20c BOILED HAM * r 50c wm'zs™* ............:... 20c WEINERS^S 20c FLOUR ^5t^.. : ..;.... :: 79c LIVER ; 25c FLOUR 'f™ 93c BEEF BRAINS r 18c For tliosa looking for something extra—just a little Maga-ine; awarded gold medals at the world's fair, to insrre its freshness— i better; tested and approved by Good Housekeeping Orange Pekoe, Gunpowder and Imperial in tin boxes l*c and X5c Sizes H&* Twin Star Coffee BooWci Strength The only coffee in the city put up in a tin can sellingat this low price; better than most cdJee selling at 40c and* 60c; pw H). . J. i * 35c Springdale, 2 lbs ...!„.. 25c |.Ooo|l Luck, it's yellow lb. TWm$imL%^ 25c had as Sunday dinner [guests Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phillips and children of. Lansing, Mich.,. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Phillips of Indianapolis and Mrs. Lilly *Honnold. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phil-, lips returned home Monday after | a visit of several daVs in ^Arcadia., i Mr. and Mrs. Hai'V|!e Hiatt and i Mrs. Carl Overdorf wore Nobles- : ville visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs; Loyd Smith and Mr. and Mrs. John Button spent Sunday in Greenshurg with relatives! ' Miss Helen Nagle of .Indiana^ polis spent Saturday night with her Imother, Mrs.. yer-eh Nagle and attended the Alumni .ban-. quet. ' J J i I Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hannali i and children attended a birthday,' dinner at the homejof Mr. andj Mrs: Charles Fenley . at Straw- i town Sunday, the birthdays ; of j Mr. and Mrs. Hannah, Jerry and | Angelyn and Mr. Hannah's mother Mrs. Fenley all [occurring in j the Imorrih of April.; Other .guests j were Mr. and Mrsj, Ray Forrer arid children of Clajrksville. The euchre club was entertained in: the home of (sir. and Mrs. Bert Bryant Saturday night. Aft- es 30th wedding anniversary j were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shew | j Mrs. James Shorter Atterno-.n and- son Bobby of. Eaton," Virginia ] • guests were Alice Groves, Ru.h' Wilson of Kobomo, and Mr. anil ; - (Continued on Pase 6.) guests evening of cards jwcre served, glad to learn recently are Both, are able er, a pleasant, light refreshments Friends will be that Mr. and Mrs. Tom Roby. who were painfully injured in an au tomobile accident rapidly improving, to be up but it will be some time before they will be entirely re- • .covered. An unusual incident of the mishap was that Mrs. Ro"by's glasses which were lefkt when she was thrown through the windshield of the car [were' found a day or so after in perfect condition on the running board of the machine. J .Miss Dorothy Allene Lingeman of Brownsbnrg is! visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith. * i ;Mrs. Harve Hiatt and children, Helen, Wilbur anjd Bobby, Marzella- Winders, and' Hilda Martin attended the show in Tipton Sunday night. j Miss Denzil Nagle is visiting relatives in Noblesville for a few l days. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Morehead and son Kenneth spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gibson at Sheridan. Rev. a'nd Mrs. cluose of Martinsville are visiting Lester ; Grose- Ir, M. C. Martz. the latter's fatii€ .Members of th; Kill Karg-Klub and a few special guests enjoyed a. pleasant evening at .the home of Mrs. Glen Drunim Mondav night. After a -short business session the Book Review was given by Mrs. Louelia Kibler a very interesting report jon Parish's "All Kneeling." The remainder of the evening was spent playing lirid?e and bunco. Prizes for high score in the games were presented to Mrs. -Jessie Learning in bridge and Mrs. Luella llvibler in Bunco. After the games a delicious two- course lunch- wds served.; Special guests weje Mrs! Ulin Bardonner, Mrs. Ruth Hill, Mrs. Mabel Smith Mrs. Doris Button, and Mrs. John Eagan of Tennessee. I ,•' Master Joe: Griffith is making an extended Visit with his aunt and uncle Dri and Mrs. i R. E. Wood at Rockville. Ray Hildebrand made a business trip to Indianapolis Satiir-j day. Mr. and -Mrs. Newman Hadley and son Jimmie were in Nobles ville Tuesday. < Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Jacobs spent Sunday J in Indianapolis with Miss Jeanette Mvers. . Mr. and Mrs. Warren Gibson ofj Indianapolis called on Mr. < and Mrs. :Walter -Gibson Friday afternoon: i -. .|r . : !• Mr. and Mra.l Ivan Jordan of- Indianapolis spent the week end with Miss Isabelle Shorter. j The Sunday guests of Mr. and! Mrs. D. B. Dlckover were Fannlej Saylors, Marguerite Eliott: and! Mrs. Elliott of [Frankfort., ^ 1 Mr. and Mrs! I. N. Tomllnaon 1 entertained Sunday In honor oi Mrs. TomllnsonU birthday. Those who'enjoyed the dinner! were' Jaa. Hill of Denver, Mr. and tin, Ray Bower and 1 John JJcKlnney. , Mr. and Mrs Lewis GroyeV and daashter Jean; spent Satac^ day in.',I^dianaDoU» with- /tieii JU1M dlnur MM. 24-Phones~188 We Sell Purina Feeds Bananas Large Ripe Fruu 6 lbs. for 25 Pure Cane 2S lb. Bag. $1.39 Potatoes Michigan No. 1 15 li )S. 49c 10 lbs. Cloth Bag LARD s - r iS lr, " i! ": 37c J AC0NS, ft .15c Coffee "Our Winner" brand Santos, lb. 23C ! COFFEE ^^ i0 :„ 15c BUTTER ™t VaUey ' : ..43c PiCHie HaiUS Boned and Rolled lb. 24C 10c BOILING BEEF r 18c PORKUVER Per C/YAp Kirk's Flake White, 10c OLEO MANOR EOUSE 2 lbs. for 35c FISH, lb. 20C Old Reliable Colfee One lb. Sugar Free 43c RAISINS—"Not a Seed" brand, per box ...... (PRUNES—Eresh and good size 2 lbs for ............. TOILET PAPER—Seal skin 3 rolls for -.. 20c 25c PEACHES 2 cans .. -2% size 29c Red Beans 16 oz. can each 5c MARSHMALLOWS—Fresh, per pound Full 15rOZ. can for ...... 19c PEANUT Per lb. BUTTER-^ 10c ;5c BREAD ^r*:.. 25c ROSe Bod Ham Whole or Hall lb. 25c GREEN BEANS—Good grade, 3 cans 29c PORK ROAST—Lean, per lb. .. .*.......... 25c Pillsbury or Polar Bear, 24 lbs Hour, Sims Milling Co., 24 lbs. 75C KRAOT |^^:;;;;:.10c Sugar ctired, in chunk, per lb. .. 2« 4 lbs. 29c CoHeC,0ur Own Santos Peaberry, 2 lbs-59c Craekers Fresh 2 lb. box per box 25c DAAAII Sugar Cured, Lean and OCA ila €0n Sliced, lb. Hit SAUSAGE —All 'pork, per lb. . ^ 20c HAMBU|RGER—Strictly fresh, per lb. .....{. 20c PORK CHOPS 30c SHOULDER BONES—! 3 lbs. for i Weiners Large 2 <lps, taj- 25c ... i,,^ ^C MATCHES— 6 boxes -1' 19c SPARE RBSr 18c ii c$ld #»iW |ll b€ i#1

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