The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 2, 1930 · Page 3
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 3

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, May 2, 1930
Page 3
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4 THE TIPTON DAILY | TRIBttNE PAGE THREE Reports indicate Schmding weight liue- IVL.M 3e:rt-June,; aim to the rir.j. pre;:ar. iu:<- the: G?~.•'. •:.K if M:-.r; + the crown, lunney is in training-«-at the ualleys and twr.its the re•••-'"<<J h;:;. • | cn his estate at Grccnv.-icn. Conn. ! vnlvmjr bar that norp of the power J.-tck 3 >ar!cey j vrh=re'he has ringed out a rcguarl of his hands ajid wrists will dcoert will, IVH .' gymnasium, and there, reju-larly,. ii..u. to di; • j he whales away at the heavy" bap;, j to wta|r'- fee fast boe. skips the' ror>s. tugrs ' KEMPTOX-SCIRCLKVILLE. Mr. and J.Irs. Basil Floyd and Dane Floyd of Tipton, Miss Racii- el Hinkle near Kempton and Miss Mary Floyd were the Sunday pruests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stanfieldj.' Mr. and Mrs. Nier near Frankfort the Sunday guests of Mrs. E Duncan and attended the exhibit Dunham of the Kempton school. Miss Doris Gosard left Sunday for Muhcie where -she will tend school tins summer. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulder of: children were the Sunday guests 1 Groomsville were the Friday eve-; of'Mr. and Mrs. Grancie Lee and ning guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl, wife of Hopewell. •: " : McDaniels and children. j M r . an( j Mrs. Jimes Goodnight Miss Mildred Johnson is spend-, arl d Mrs. Levi Hobbs were Rus, ing a few days jn Tipton with | siaville visitors Thursday even- i her sister Mrs. Madge Phifer. [ing. • j Golda Richwine of Elwood; Mr. and Mrs. Late Beaver and Mrs. Elza Powell and; spent the week end in Kempton' children and Mr. and Mrs. James wejre: with friends and was the Sunday [ Jackson were guests of Mr. and night guest of Dr. and Mrs. W. F.i Mrs Everett Jeffers of Indianapo- ] lis Sunday. Mrs. Bert Hawkins and Mrs. V. | Mr. and Mrs. Chester E. Peters and daughter Maxinej, and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph were Kokomo visitors Friday. ; Bogue of Kokomo and Annetta Mr. and Mrs. Mart Lee and' Beaver near Kempton were the la at-: Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs! Guy Orr. / • j J <['.'• Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Orr and family of Kokomo were the. Sunday guests" of- Mr. and Mrs. Claude Orr and children. Mr. and Mrs. Lem Snow of Sheridan were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hubbart and children. Walter Kirk of New York spent Saturday night *vith Mr. and Mrs. William Scircles. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heaton and son Park were the Sunday guests of Rube Heatohand family of Michigan town. / Dr. Lloyd Donald and family of Michigantown were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Ploughe. Mrs. Orph Johnson and son Ralph visited in Tipton .: last week. Clyde Orr who had .been at Pontiac for several days returned I home Saturday. • Miss Dorotha Johnson of Stock! well spent the * week end with relatives in Kempton and vicin- i.ity. j Mr. and Mrs. Purtle Smith of j Indianapolis were the Monday quests of Mr. and Mrs. Noble j Smith. I Mrs. Harry Burton and son Eu' gene"" of Tipton were the Sunday night guests of her parents, Mr. ; and Mrs. Mart Lee. Mrs. Denny Allen visited with her sister Mrs. J. K.- Marvel at the St. Vincent hospital at Indian apolis Sunday. Miss Eleanor Clark a.nd"Miss Lucille King were the Sunday guests of Mrs. Hazel Davinson near Scircleville. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weaver Larue an family wer.e the- Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Mc Kinney near Scircleville. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Scott and jyirgfaiia Lawyer John Newton Harman, Jr., of Welch, W. Va., president of the; McDowell County Bar Association,: has been recommended by the House Judiciary Committee - fori appointment to a vacancy on the District of Columbia Supreme; Court bench. His name is now; before President Hoover. - (International NewsreeU ONLY Sit on a That's w $ O'Clock Bokar Coffee iy A &Pjsells fine foods at prices CONSISTENTLY LOW! Reduce your food expenditures by shopping exclusive ly at- AJS L P Stores. The World's Largest Selling Coffee The Coffee Supreme Rajah btal llMtal Peanut Batter Cold Dust Del Monte Pejaehes Fig Bulk Freth Baked qt.iar)9e 2lb..2SC Urge pkg. 2)0 large can 25G ib. ibo Sultana Kidney Beans, large No. 2 can, 3 for 25c Wldla* Olivet " main Shredded Wheat Dried Lima Beans Salada Tea Black I qt. iar 290 pks- ioo ib. 15c Klb.pkg.200 Pure Cane Sugar Libhy's Apple Butter Swamedown Cake Flour 25 lb. bag I Fruits BUTTON LEAF GREEN PEAS-Lfe large can J^^a 25« pSCg. RADISHES—Fresh, 4 bchs., 10c -Fancy, ft lbs. ..:. .25c BEANS—Stringiest, lb. .... .10c lbs ...25cJ ilTFAWEERSlKS—2 pint boxes ... .25c E5 SCRATCH FEED—100 lb. bag ... :*2.1& OYSTER SHELL—100-lb. bag...'..'. 99c BLOCK SALT—60-lb: tlocck .39c BULK 0AT8—Suitable for table use, lb. 4c DRIED PIACHIS-Faacy Bine Ribbon, rib. MOLASSES CPOKIE8-2 lbs. 26c daughter Mildred, Dr. Grove, wife and j son Kenneth were Sunday dinn'er guests of MrJ and Mrs. E. B. Moore of Scircleville. * Mr. and Mrs. Evjerett Christy and;Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shockley of Indianapolis were the Sunday guests of Mrs. Mary D. Shockley. _ Mrs. Charles Small near Kempton was tlje Tuesday afternoon guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Cox and | family. Mr. and Mrs. Willard ing i and daughter Frankfort, Mr. and Mrs. Marion' ! ton • with relatives. - ;• . The Misses Evelyn' and Aliene Renson of Indianapolis; Were the Sunday guests of Mrs. .Ella Good-: night : and; son Roy. s • • .. • •Mr.i and Mrs. Joe Hensley. of Blpomington were the week end guests of: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hensley-! j -j Mrs.- Wilber Baird and daughter ;of~ Indianapolis were .the Friday 1 night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Owens. ' . •'• . Mrs. Kate Hoover'of; Lafayette is [vlsitins with Mr. and Mrs. Mel- viniJohnson and daughters.. ' ; . Miss Mary Rose Miller of Tipton [spent the week .end in Kemp 1 ton: with friends. Miss Ethel Lawrence . of St. Vincent ; hospital. Indianapoills, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lawrence.; . ' - i ' •• Mr. j and Mrs. James Clark, Miss Ipna Carter near Scircleville, anjd Cecil Clark near Frankfort! were^ the - Sunday guests of Mr.j and Mrs. Andrew Clark. • Von Woods of Illinois, was the week end guest of his parents,) Mr.; and Mrs. Wm. Woods near Kompton. . John Hillock and children 'of Indianapolis were . the Sunday.' guests of kempton relative's. - jMr.i and Mrs. Wm. .Goodnight of! Indianapolis were the-Sunday dinner guests of Mr, and Mis. Charles McMullan. Mr.; and . Mrs. Ary B. .' Scircles arid children were the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs., Dennis of Cincinnati. i |Asa Clirie arid family were the Wednesday guests of Mrs. Ed Mc- Hren of Pickard. ' I Phil Bozell and wife . near Kempton ihavo moved to. Tipton where Mr.- Bozell has secured em- SIR bag ~ 1 m "V. -Jl there doesn't seem 16 be much choice in salted peanuts —; bnt when yon munch them . .the (difference is of tea moat surprising! You'll, discover tiiat same sort of difference wfeea you stack 'a Bayak Havana Bibbon'againsl ordhiary five- cent cigars. . . . It's reaDy amazing the goodness that thirty-three years of experience, modern. mamifaetnP" inp methodsjuid ripe, lonj-Gller tobacco can pnt into s cigar. And here's one yoia can boy for the second smsIJcs£ coin in your poclict—3aynk Havana Ribbon. Picker- piiene near! plbyment.; Scott were the Sunday guests of C '0 V. E. Peters returned, to Miin- Sunday after spending a few Mr. and Mrs. Denny daughter Eunice. Mrs. Dane Carter of Goldsmith was the Sunday guest 61" Mr. and Mrs. Mary Veary. Mrs. Christy Richards who has been spending sever;! weeks with her sister in Gas C Iy has ; returned to Scirclevile. - j: Miss Mildred Johnson who has been visiting- with relatives in Tipton, returned home Monday, ft" Mr. and Mrs. Ross Floyd near Scircleville,! Roy Lineback of Tipton, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Line 1 - uack of Kokomo la nil Mr. and Mrs: Clyde 1 Linehaclv were' *he Sunday dinner guests of Mr. .and MrsJ Freman Lineback. | Florence Barrett of Tipton was the. week end guest or her parents Hiram Barrett and wife near Kempton. j .j Mr. and Mrs. Fay Moore of Tej tersburg were the Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Osborne and sons .Clifford and Richj ard. ' George Auble, Worthy Patron of the Kempton Eistern Stari Mrs.' E. L. Webb, Worthy Matron; Mrs.- Clarence .'Smith, 'Associate Matron, attended G-rand Chap-! ter of the Eastern Star at Indi anapolis Thursday and Friday; Richard McMullan j of Westneld and I Mis Helen Laird . of Eaton, were the Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. Ralph McMullan and daughter Marjorie.' Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thompson and j baby • near Logansport were the week end guests of Kempton relatives. Mary Ann Ricketts of Sheridan spent the week end in Kemp- Allen and I days witliihis family near Kempton. .: • .Mrs. Kate Hoover of Lafayette spending a, fen days with M -arid Mrs! jOscar Ramsayer. ' ' ,'. | Mr.! and Mrs. Oscar Clfne and family near Goldsmith ;were the Sunday guests of Leslie Cline and family. ji ,'--' j Mrs. Clyde Orr- and son Clayton of Kempton and Miss Dor- (jthSa Johnson of Stock well were fhle^-Mondjiy'- afternoon- guests of Mr arid Mrs. Johrt Hoover family. and I'U.Air^iK. Mrs: W'm. Vawter and,children mbtored to Sweetser Sunday and lent ithe;d:i.y with the former's and- fam- iht ithe jday dnhew, Roy Haskell Pimldent Names Payne 'Asst. Secretary of War 1^ Doran iLaGarde" is spending a fejnr'days!with his aunt, Mrs,-Forest Dunn land family of Russiaville. ! JMr. I and Mrs. George New of Ilillishurg; were .Surfjay dinner, guests of Mr', and Mrs. 1 Lewis New and children. Mr. jand Mrs. Vern Alaggar't and baby of'Kokomo were Sun- dayv evening guests of Mr. . and Mrs. Loran Maggart. JMr. and; Mrs. Ray Vawter and children; of Kokomo -visited Mr. and Mrsi Ermal Gritton and Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart Sunday afternoon. ; ' ' . ;Bud Harlow . and 'family of Cassville; Jim Harlow of-Tipton,] 'Mr. and Mrs. John Harlow of Kempton, Mr. and- Mrs. Wm. Harlow near Kempton,. George Harlow, Clydej Mitchell and family Richard Harlow and family wore Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Harlow. Mr. Harlow is 'ill with grip, i ' , Mr. and : Mrs. Herbert Watson are the proud parents of-a baby boy named Joe Frederick /born Monday. - He tipped the scales at 7%; lbs.; and. is welcomed by. a. sister, Doris Ann, four years old. • Golda Lee of Kokomo'was. the Sunday evening guest of her par- cuts Mr. • and Mrs.. Wm, Lee. Miss; Mildred Miller,' who has been staying with Mr. and Mrs. Pete. Moore; until school waa out', returned | to; the home of t her parents, Ben-Miller and family, near Tipton, Sunday evening. . ,- fj '-vMr. and Mrs. Jim Seward neir g-r. -'.I :J T . - -i :Forest ,i were Sunday evening '^ueBts of 1 John Ramseyer and MvaUy. , j I ilpMra.vlsinai LaGarde and daugh- Ifteifsi" CoraVand Mrs..;Bonnie' Moul- ifchtlilren attended the rem .'ft;Kokomo Saturday, ^f. l^iso Stewart ot Kokomo, and Ir ' and Mrs*. Willi Stewart visited Own* Poster :•-and tamllj: f .— •MP© Xieut Howard Coulter; and his bride,, the former wife of Rudy Vallee, eminent love song crooner, pictured leaving 'their Lakew^od. ! • N. J-, home following their marriage. Lieut. Coulter is a Naw ; flier statibned at Lakehurst, ; N. J. IIi) N* 37c COMBINATION SALE—One lib. loaf of Country Club Bread; 138-oz. jar Country ' Club Apple Butter; 1 large pkg. Country : Club Corn Flakes,' all f or i. Kidney Beans 23c POQC Avon^ale Fancy 9C A rEdfr 2 No. 2 cans r ^pn Country Club Finest 4 C A LUI1I 2 No. 2 cans Avondale Stringless> No. 2 can! Del Monte or Country Club, 2 No. 2Y Z cansj. 45c CLEANSER, chases dirt, 4 cans .. 1 . 25c CiMoo Country Club 9(U \MWX Maxwell House, lb. Sugar Joicino or Jack Frost, 5-lb.t pkg. ........... Coffee JELL French lb 29c Jewel, lb. Country Club, assorted Havors, 3 pkg3, .. . >. PRUNES Plump fruit, largest size, FfT lb. ........ 15c LARD, Zlha. 2fw itao Malt » e>a* l ;

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