The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on January 22, 1971 · Page 2
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 2

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, January 22, 1971
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Page 2 THE TIPTON (INDIANA) DAILY TRIBUNE January is our "housecleaning" time. . .a time to "sweep out*' our inventory! In order to continue showing the newest in home furnishings, we must clean up our display floors to make room, for merchandise now on order. We've found that the best way to do this is by REDUCING PRICES! So, we've selected dozens and dozens of items for really significant reductions. .Sale prices are based on time in inventory, future availability, condition, and just plain suitability for our spring merchandising plans. Most items are in A-l factory-fresh condition, a few. slightly soiled or damaged, but all brand new! Our clearance prices are GENUINE REDUCTIONS! Come in and see for yourself. Listed below are just a few samples!/ FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1971 Fr. Prov. Chair Was $159.50 "Valentine Seaver"...thevery best by Kroehler! Fine 100% nylon fabric! On. sale last year at about half pricey... ....even LOWER this year!. Twin Bed $34.50., Lonesome bed left over from discontinued group. Nicks and dents won't show 'cause its (sigh) already nicked and dented! . ' Med it. Sofs • e Was $339.50..- • Nice-comfy sofa by Kroehler in bl/gold/gr print with rev. seat and back cushions, carved wood arms that are beginning to sprout...MUST sell! Chaise Cushions \ Was $19.95.... 8 Set of seat and back cushion in foam for most aluminum lounges...vinyl covering,..ordered for customer we couldn't "chaise" down! 3-pC Table Group Was $73.50.... Two steps and one cktl. in walnut formica....a nice little group tucked away in a corner where no one ever saw 'em. i res Lcmp Was $32.50.... Wht. fiberglass shades with loose glued-on decoration. Unfortunately, decoration is not supposed to be loose... YOU can fix. 3 -pc. Hamper Sets Large hamper, Biffy brush. Waste basket .'. set was $18.95 ., Small hamper, Biffy brush, waste basket . . set was 5 $17.50, Pole Lcmp was $27;50 Has pendant cranberry globe . . . lower end base piece is missing, but it doesn't seem to really need it anyway. Electric was Fan $28.95 Don't think about those -5 degree days . . plan^ahead for those 95 degrees to cornel Large floor fan, dirtylfrom in-store-use. . Hi-Back Mod. Chair was $69.50 Danish design in brown stripe by Baumritter. The boss has tried this many times and says its comfortable! Medit. Bedroom was $444.50 A big hefty dresser, mirror, chest, andfull-or-queenbed.. by .Kroehler. Sale price: is less than 50? per (Uhh, pant!) pound! / Drop-leaf Table was $145.00 • _ _ Kroehler plastic topextension dining table in walnut. Chairs to match . .. they're on sale too! Colonial was Sofa $• $419.95 A Kroehler "Diana" collection sofa in a beautiful gr/gold Scotchgard print. This just has to be one of pur best sale values!. MER3MAN TABLE CLOSEOUTS Some of our best-selling groups have just been discontinued! All remaining stocks of these groups have been REDUCED! 1 3rpc Bedroom Was $198.50.... Double dresser; mirror, full size bed, night stand, by bas- sett. Scraped dust off and found it has plastic top...walnut Fishy Plaque Was $19.95.... Modern wall placque by Sy- roco...multicolored fish that we'd like to see swim on out. WE got hooked on this one! Sofa and Chair Was $379.00... Spanish in a light look...... two-toned rev. cushions. Our < buyer roped this one 'way down •' in Texas, but someone "steered" him wrong! They say, "One man's JUNK is another's TREASURE", so we've decided to find out! A-lot of our "junk" such as odd lamp reflectors and globes, old pictures, old merchandise, etc.,' have been dumped into our east window. Take a look and see If there's a "treasure" there for you! ^ Fr. Prov. Table Was $49.95 Fruitwood with Inlaid formica "marble top..^by Mersman. Group discontinued about two years ago. No extra charge for dust. ^" Colonial Eagle was $19.95 Full-color American eagle by - Syroco.. molded from hand- . carved molds. Looks like an eagle, but seems like homing pigeon to us. M&M Chrs. & Ott were $209.50 _ Light-line modern by Kroehler, in bright, gold/gr 85% linen print. Will be Just as comfortable at $157.00 as at $209.50. Modern Sofa was $244.50 100% Nylon in brown tweed by Kroehler.. A really good buy that would go with.the chairs Just above very nicely. Pull-Down was Lcmp $18.50 Modern styling with wall mount and counter-weight. Executives and button-pushers can even use this for daily exercise! Last yeari dozens of folks saved a total of literally thousands of dollars during our: clearance sale. Sale items are marked with red-white-black sale tags. If you need something for your home, come in and spend some time browsing. You may find just what you are looking for! Trad. Occ. Chair •., Was $109.50.... A comfortable small-scaled chair in dark avocado. We've tried big and little folks and they both fit. Tw6 of these Kroehler chairs in stock. Love Seat was $164.50 Kroehler modern love seat, coil spring base, foam cushions. 100% Nylon tangerine fabric will show through dust.... we KNOW! tReversesble Chr. $84.95 Modern occ. chair with cushion that turns InsMe-out for variety. .. vinyl one side and acrylic fur ion other . . also comes as rocker. Vanity Desk & Chair was $159.90 Okay, Okay! so we tried to sell this lastjrear at $80.00! But, if we . have to go any lower on this fine lane,, we'll chop up for kindling. Old Faithful was Chr. $164.50 Madden traditional excellence in beige Nylon . .Favorite spot for visiting advertising men to sneak naps'. . . soil will clean! Sunburst • Clock was $44.50 Large golden sunburst wall clock by Syroco . .battery- powered. It looks good on OUR wall, will be even nicer on yours.. Table Lamps Were . i • $24.95@....' • . .. M We won't admit that we've had these Spanish Jobs a long time, but don't be surprised if the moss color on shade turns out to be real moss. Sleep-or-Lounge was $249.50^, Kroehler sofa in tan vinyl with fould-up full size mattress. Not half-price, but you save $30.00 and "that ain't hay". • 3 -pc. was Dinette $149.50 Rect. plastic top tbl in walnut with 2 swivel chairs. Table adjusts in height hydraulicly . . . Just too expensive originally. Odd Ottoman $ was .$59.50 "Unbelievable" you'll sayl That's what we said when our salesman sold the matching chair away from this! Fr. Prov.. .beige. SEDUCED Sone as Sec, Comer TBL •$< Was $21.95 W Triangular shape to fit In corner behind curved sectionals....walnut or mahogany plastic top. Used tg sell a lot of .'em. Hefty.Lg. Chair Was I $129.50,. Nothing spectacular ...Just a big traditional lounge chair by Kroehler In green/gold Scotchgard fabric. With arm caps. Hair Dryer Was $17.95...., Ran this last year at $12.00 ...even Joked about it! Really, a nice little Sunbeam dryer. ...and check this price! 3 -pc. Table . c •Group ffl;I|- was $24.95 set Mahogany cocktail and two step tables with plastic tops. Gosh, you can't even hardly buy used tables any more at this pricet People's ; Choice-$l was $179.50... '13 JSm/jSr- Every customer that's tried this wonderful avocado mod- ; era chair has voted it our ! MOST comfortable.. .became uncomfortable at price! Record Cube was $32.50 Box -shaped record or game storage in dice design. Reportedly used by Paul Bunyan, but we don't believe it Longgg Sofa ; Four cushion comfort in bl/ gr tweed by Kroebler...mod- ern. We Just can't understand why we haven't sold it! La-z-Boy Chair Was $199.95. "ConUnentalf' La-Z-Boy very well styled in ofMloor design. Famous • reclining comfort; but is not made to rock. Chain Lamo Was $16.50... White, peekj-a globe, generous cl The "boys 1 about dusting it, set we marked it down! baroque hooks, omplained Maple Bedroom was $309.95. Now discontinued double- dresser, mirror, chest, fullf ,size bed...plastic tops,, dust proof drawers....soIid maple to match our buyers head! trad.•"• Sofa was $329.95;#2S We'd like to say something bad about this, but Just can't. A fine, dressy" Kroehler sofa in rich tufted back. gold. . . deep Ep.d Tcb was $69.50 THIS B Oct it! You've been looking for a heavy, top quality Medit. ,table like this one by Hammary. Boy, are we glad we've got it! Carpet Sweeper^ was s $12.95 . ' W Bissell "Grand Rapids" model rug sweeper... convenient and light % eight. Operates automatically .upon use of "elbow grease". oodles of Open an Account or add to YOUR Present Account! • Free Delivery • Terms Arranged All sales final on sale items! All sale mdse. sold "as is" .shop until 9 P M F ™" FURNITURE DON'T MISS THIS 119 W. Jefferson COMPANY HUGE SAL EVjENT n 675-6760 SOCIAL SECURITY QUESTION BOX This is a feature designed to provide answers to questions about the Social Security program. Questions are to be sent to Social Security Office, Kokomo.and should state name and address of sender. Questions and Answers Q. I understand the social security benefit amount was increased inDeeember, 1970. When • will I receive this increase? A. There has been no increase in social security payments. Both the Senate and House of Representatives did pass bills to increase social security but they did not have time to work out the differences in both bills before adjournment. Q. When I first signed up for social security'I was told that I'should file an annual re-, port. What is an annual report and who must file it? A. Any person who received at • least one social security check in 1970 and earned over $1680 in that year must file an annual report of earnings with the Social Security Administration. A person who was 72 in 1970 and earned over $1680 must also file an annual report. Any- . one who did not receive all their social security checks in 1970 and earned under $140 some months or worked less than 45 hours in their business should also file an annual report. This report should be filed with the Social Security Administration. An income tax return is not an annual report for social secur- -ity purposes. Q. I received social security checks in «1970. Must I report this income when. I complete my Federal Tax Returns? A. No. Income from social security checks are not reported as earnings on your state or federal tax returns. Today's Almanac By United Press International Today is Friday, Jan. 15, the 15th day of .1971. The moon is between its full' phase and last quarter. The morning stars are Mercury, Venus, Jupiter and Mars. The evening star is Saturn. Those born on this date are under the sign of Capricorn. French dramatist and satirical comedy writer Moliere was born on Jan. 15, 1622. On this date in history: In 1831 the first practical locomotive built . in America made its maiden run over the Charleston & Hamburg Railroad in South Carolina. ' In 1965 Winston Churchill went into a coma from which he never revived. He died on Jan. 23. In 1968 nearly .300 persons died in earthquakes in Western Sicily. A thought for today: Ralph- Waldo ' Emerson said, "The highest compact we can make with our. fellow man is 'Let „ there . be; truth between us forevermore.'." LIVESTOCK INDIANAPOLIS^CUPI) Livestock: • Hogs 3,500; barrows and gilts '50-1.00 higher; 1 and 2, 200-230 lb 17.50-17.75; 1 to 3, 190-250 lb 17.00-17.50; 2 to 4, 230-270 lb 16,75-17.25; 3 and 4, J27D-310 lb 16.00-16.75; sows strong to mostly. 25 higher; 1 to 3, J 320-350 lb 12.50-13.00, part load 290 lb 13.25, '490-500 lb 12125-12.75; and 3, 400-650 lb 12.00-12.25; boars steady at 10.00-10.50. Cattle 250; calves 10; all classes steady; choice steers 29.00-30.00; mixed j good and choice 28.00-29.00;' load of choice heifers 28.75;; utility and . commercial cows 16.50-18.50 high dressing utility 19.00-19.50; cutter 15.50-17.00; canner 13.0016.00; utility and commercial buUs 22.50-25.50. WASHINGTON (UPI)~Tbe Interior Department has announced that a Dec. 15 sale of oil and gas drilling rights off the Louisiana coast brought in $845.8 million—a figure second only to the $900 million collected last year for driling rights on Alaska's North Slope. COMMONWEALTH LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY ^rg^ DANA SUTTON 628-7930 GEORGE CARTER 675-2751 Tipton Windfall /

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