Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on June 14, 1951 · Page 16
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THE RESISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLfNOIS THURSDAY. JUNE 195t Colleges Must ; Send Papers to Draft Boards CHICAGO, June 14.—Students tcekliig deferment from military service on the basis of scholastic standing should ask their colleges to send the necessary certificate to their local boards without delay, Col. Paul G. Armstrong, State Selective 'Service Director, announced today. It is the individual student's responsibility to see that his ijpard receives the certificate. ^ Forms are available at all local boards. Col. Armstrong said, emphasizing that since they must be prepared in triplicate each student , should obtain three copies and deliver them to his college to be fillea out. The certificate, known as SSS Form No. 109, is the only document local boards will accept as evidence .of scholastic standing. In the Chicago area, the forms are available at many colleges and universities as well as through local boards. Dowristate, an institution may ask the nearest local board for enough forms to take care of its own students. : The completed certificate will be mailed by the college direct to the student's local board, Col. 10 Scholarships In One Family •y AtMciaM PrtM NEW ORLEANS, June 14. — When their first child was born 21 years ago, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Guerin wondered how they were going to send him to college. The financial future waS not too certain. Today the Guerin's have no worries. Their three sons and one daughter have won 10 scholarships since their grammar school days. The boys-*W. L. Guerin, 21: Roland, 19; and Russell, 18—had scholastic averages ranging from 96.6 to 99.5 in high school. The daughter is Gloria,;|14. Armstrong said. The board's decision on granting a deferment may be based either upon scholastic standing or the score made on the Selective Service College Qualification Test. When such information is received, the board will classify the student, but in no case may action be delayed after August 20. Students transferring from one institution to another must have the certificate filled out by both institutions. HARRY'S SUPER MARKET-SELF SERVICE 1010 NEWBY AVENUE PHONE 2340 Largest Selection Home-Killed Meats in Soutiiern Illinois. ^ROLL :BunER ^Good Skinress :WIENERS .b 49 C •RATH'S RACOKN :SLI. BACON .b 45c Fancy Blilckhawk Flavor LARGE in Piece BOLOGNA 3'"I Home Made HEAD CHEESE IB 29c EMGE'S TEXDEBATED SM0.HAMS.b55' Wkole or Halt BROKEN FAXCV .1 to 4 Ih. Pc. ^Sliced CO^ Lean Slab AOXg^ >Baeon, 2 ibs37C Bacon, lb. t ^2t 3 I.B. BOX 79c ^ FRESH DRESSED : FRYERS-BAKERS FRESH BEEF LIVER 49c [ ALL CUTS :YEAL AND LAMB LARD 11 T 25 lb. stand $4.99 S (JUST A NOTE FROM HARRY—YOUR MEAT MAN) ^Don'f let anybody kid yoH about' there is plenty of meats ^ ^FOR THERE IS NOT. We contacted 8 to 10 of the biggest< ^Packers in the U. S. A. and they did not have enough to< run our market one week. Remember it takes from one, 'to three years to moke beef. WE HAVE ALL CUTS OF GOOD TENDER RFFF '^^""^ - Loin - T-Bone - Cube Steaks - Boiling, DCCr Beef - Ground Beef - Meat Loaf - Roast, all kinds. SHOUIiDER "'"^,.b47k ^CHOPS, Fresh Spare Ribs IjOtn of Mrnt > Fresh Bock Bones AFRESH »HAM .SALAD lb. 49c FRESH PORK SHANKS, .J9c Fresh PORK CUTLETS .b69c FreMh Country Stylt PORK Ib.^^ SAUSAGE Z7t PORK LOIN CQ-. CHOPS, lb. QlV Fresh SIDE PORK FRESH PORK .b. 39C' Picnic HAMS ..b.37k< >^HARRY''S HOME CUBED Hickory Smoked H ARRAY'S PORK TENDERLOIN SU. BACON .b 55c SAUSAGE .b 59c: IVone Like It FOLGERS COFFEE ^^85': .SUNKIST SUNKIST :OIUI«CS 2'"4«c LEMONS 2'-49c: MILNOT 3£:33'; >FRESH - Approx. 1 lb. GREEN [TOMATOES 19c BEANS l^^Ttt ^ARMOUR'S STAR PORK S BEANS c W Planters PEANUT BUHER FRESH CORN 29c MEAL 5'^'29c: OLD TRAIL FLOUR 25 DURKEES SALAD LIPTON DRESSING P. 35c TEA ./..b29c SWIFT'S SWIFTNING 3 W bBotty Crocker Party Mix or >^ MIX 35c Del Monte FRUIT COCKTAIL \t 25c: ^DEL MONTE PEACHES'^* 2'/. Siie.- In Heovy Syrup^ 3con»$^oo: IM M M Hi-Ho iCKBiS ^t;29c BLEACH SAVADAY ,».15c: ALL FLAVORS K00L/UIE.,..2Sc: I 919 BROADWAY PHONE 518 I Wards June Savings OUTSTANDING VALUES LIKE THESE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT—SALE ENDS SATURDAY REG. 19.95 SARAN INSTALLED FRE€ Saran plastic for beauty, long wear. ^^77 Can't stain; colors won't fade, run. mm Reg. 15.45 Best Fiber sedan... 12.97 < Reg. 6.75 Best Fiber coupes... 5.88 REO. 24.95 ROGERS AI+ SILVERPLATE IN CHEST 2 |»7 Mad* by Simtit L and Geo. R f egera DiV. of Oifkh, Ltd, Exceptional value at regular price- now save 2.98. Beautiful, deeply- embossed "Pendant" pattern. All pieces ore perfectly balanced with extra silver at points of wear. Knives have hollew>handles, mirror-finished stainless steel blades in regular or grill style. Walnut fieished chest Incl. REG. 2.09 VITALIZED MOTOR OIL Premium Grade. There's none finer at ^ any price. Why pay up to 40c quart •UevHtere? Vitalized fights carbon •kidge, acids. Clings to '-'hot spots." I -fof. CM 2.19 ENAMELED CANNER CUT 25% Deep, 19-qt. size. Hot- or cold-packs • AL'^^ 7 qt. or pt. jars. Resists food acids. | ^ ^ Handy rack for }ars incl. Use later to cook ham or large amounts of food. SPECIAL 16-QT. PRESSURE CANNER Wards easy-to-use "Magic Seal" cooks or cans in Va less time. Holds 7 qts., up to 14 wide-mouth pt. jars. Dependable gouge, safety plug. Cast aluminum. 1995 Kmtk, ftp— fcdk KEG. 39.95 HAWTHORNE BIKES A streamlined bike for boys and girls, in junior or full site. With kick stand, chain guard, Simsonite "jewel" reflector. "Air-Cushion" balloon tires. 37 88 REG. 4.59 SUPER HOUSE PAINT None finer. R'ch in linseed oil for long M O ^ life. Titanium Dioxide for whiteness, *V • At | wvering power. Self cleaning. • Reg. 4.49 Gal. in 5's REG. 17.95 LAWN MOWER VALUE Cut adjusts from V* to 1 Vi'. Enclosed gears won't clog with dirt or grass. Semi-pneumatk rubber tires, maple roller and handle, dast-iron frame. 1597 cvfiTtf-k.iMlk BEDROOM FIXTURE Attractive styling for the bedroom. Stippled frosted glass shade with crystal trim, tear drop design. Ivory enameled holder. White only. 1.59 1^ REGULAR 49c SPARK PLUG SALE Guaranteed to lost as long and perform as well as any plug made regardless of price. Save gas, add new pep. Buy a complete set now. Sale priced. 3^ t<Kh SPECIAL WHITE COTTON T-SHIRT For sports, work, or school wear. Comfortable white knit cotton; crew style neck. Men's and boys' sizes. In Wards Sporting Goods Department. REG. 5.85 MEDICINE CABINET Attractive, economical—a good buy for small Bath Rooms. All steel finished in durable white, baked on enamel. Ready to install—four holes already drilled in back panel. 5.47 Sc GALVANIZED SCREEN WIRE Re-screen now at special savings during Wards June sole. 18x14 mesh galvanized with many coatings of zinc to re­ list rust. In 24 to 48-inch widths. 7c REG. 6.95 CLOSET SEAT REDUCED Laminated hardwood—stronger, yet lighter and thinner then oHinory seats. ^ ^ Won't warp or crack. 5«coat finish. u,f,ie. Pits any regular style closet. 35c DECORATIVE TILEBOARD 31« ieautiful, durable, easy to clean. Bakad-en enamel resistant to gr«as«, ordinary stains. Easy to install. Choico of attractive colors and designs. i^, if, Wm4$ Uw MM SAVE AT WARDS^SPECIAL SALE PRICES BRING YOU IDENTICAL QUALITY AT LOWER COST

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