Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on June 3, 1971 · Page 2
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 2

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Page 2 i:iiy Ttmrsday, J«i» 3, 1971 Wheat Harvest Moves In Oklahoma Areas OKLAHOMA C/TY 'A P.. — The v.heat harvest :? xoceex!- ir>g v.eL in vrothvieV. sr.d central Oklahoma th* '." S. Crop and Live*todc RtpyrtL'iZ Serv- crop bi i". or pa.^t -.h* ^-«i.2h f/.aj-e, fv/rnpared v/ith <3-'i r*'^" cent lA?.t. week ar«<i % per cent 2 year ago. With 1 fx^" cent of Ir.e oit?. arid i per cent of the rariey ha.rve?.V^J, the »m&11 grairi f/j'- fcratirma are expected to f.i':k up. The balance «' thowj crops are mostly in the dough s'-a^e- Western Cattle Co., Inc. W« til eltltM ttttl*. Will nil In <xd«r buy In q o4 ttoelr.r *nd f*.d«t c«Mi» on cunmit- PETE HUTCHIHS Phon. TR 2-3511 — Seatt Ctty JIM JASPER Phone 297-2353 — Diqhton JACK DALY Pbont BR 6-7196 • G«rd*n City HAROLD WOODS 397-5556 — DlqMo* MAIN OFFICC PHONE DlaMon — 397-2424 READY FOR "Keep America Beautiful Dky" here Saturday are Cub Scout Joe Koppel, left; Boy Scout Mike! Austin; Ernest Higgs, second from Telegram Photo left, dty coordinator for the day; and Mayor Ken Minter. Spas in western Colorado I v/cre once used by Ute Indians to soak their rheumatic joints and ailing bodies. 'J HENRY HALL AGENCY ALL GRADUATES: IT TAKES US LESS TIME TO PREPARE A SUMMER VACATION TRIP ACCIDENT POLICY FOR .$50,000 THAN IT TOOK TO WALK ACROSS THE STAGE TO PICK UP YOUR GRADUATION DIPLOMA. IT WON'T COST AS MUCH AS SOME OF YOUR TEXT-BOOKS COST YOU AT THE BEGINNING OF LAST SEMESTER. TAKE "PEACE OF MIND" WITH YOU WHEREVER YOU GO, THIS SUMMER! Scouts Saturday to Help 'Keep America Beautiful' Saturday is Scouting Keep ; Scouts of America and Keep, vice is city corrdinator for America Beautiful Day, an oc-] America Beautiful, Inc., is part j Garden City, casion designed to focus public j of their continuing effort to end' Garden City Mayor Ken aim- attention on Hie need to im-1 the land pollution caused by t ter, in a formal proclamation prove the enr-onment j littering. More than six million j designating the special day, Boy Scouts -and leaders will | urged citizens to participate I The nationwide anti-litter (drive, sponsored by the Boy Dole to TWA Event — On a Rival Line KANSAS CITY (AP) — The dinner was in honor of TWA in Kansas City, and both Labor Secretary James Hodgson and Sen. Robert Dole, R-Kan., had flown in for the occasion. Everything went smoothly until the gathering of 5BO TWA employes discovered that neither Hodgson nor Dole had selected that particular airline for the trip. Hodgson got off the hook quickly by explainining he had come on a Government flight. But Dole, the Republican National Chairman, was in a tighter spot. Yes, he admitted, he had used an.ofath.cr commercial line. But, he reassured 1)he group, "They were late." participate. !in the nationwide litter cleanup T T-,. r, L- „ ,_ „ I effort, and to make litter-pre- i toVwney County, Cub Scouts | vention a daHy &£& j and Boy Scouts will have a gen-1 ! eral cleanup in Ffamup Park | "Litter is a -health and safety and the fairgrounds, and will j hazard, and destroys the natur- do some painting. Ernest Higgs|al beauty of our area," he ' of the Soil Conservation Serv-'said. wortlv At fun place \ '4 LATEX OIL BASE REGULAR $9.49 WHITE AND REGULAR COLORS FOR EVERY PAINTING NEED SEE THE ACME QUALITY PAINT STORE NEAREST YOU Acme Quality Paints Formerly Known as Rogers Paint Products Once-a-Year Savings During Our Annual Cosmetic &Toiletries Event STOCK-UP NOW AT THESE SPECIAL LOW PRICE&! Salon Form"*;;; I UMR Elizabeth Hartley BRUSH-ON- l! BLOWond LIP6LOSS GOMBINAIION Dr. Scftbf/'s FOOT PADS SHIMMER N" SHINE 000 000 UP GLOSS 61. Your choice ot 3 types Shulton's . . . DIP SPICE AFTER SHAVE LOTION • 4V 4 II. on. G///e(fe... RI6HT GUARD* EODORANT t • 4 oz. spray FEM MIST SPRAY • I. ij 3 oz. size • Feminine hygiene ,,.> deodorant ,,,.. /^ Alberto ... BORN FREE SHAMPOO 79 I T50Z.1 •lie • Natural protein inampoo. SAVE WITH THESE "RED TAG" COUPONS CLIP THIS COUPON I CLIP THIS COUPON LADIES Summer Purses REGULAR $3.99 $ 2.97 SPRING Jewelry VALUES TO $1.00 3T- "Fore!" Harold Sfonlr and 33 other golfers from the Garden City area are in Colo- rado Springs, Colo., for a weekend o-f golf. He was supposed to send material for this space. Since he didn't, one of two things must have happened. He is too interested in playing golf, but this is not likely since he has never failed to .end material in the past or the post office didn't get the material here on time. The latter is probably what happened. At any rate in order that he will have something to write about ne'xt week, here are a few reminders he might touch on-Manny Fierro, fruit pickers in California, answer letters of Adele Martinez and Clementine Con and tell about his golf in Colorado. Signed lea PS: Probably you should take advantage of some of these prices since Harold is gone, his employes might give you a better deal. Ice Cream MYERS SPECIAL i Gallon 59 SALAD DRESSING SANTA FE QUART 43 Dill Pickles Gold Medal Flour Cake Mix Santa Fe Peaches Pork and Beans HI-C Drinks Santa Fe Hamburger Sliced „ 49c 5 a S9c Santa Fe 20-Oz. Bottle Catsup Canned Milk Pure Lard Barbecue Sauce Santa Fe Halves or Sliced Van Camp's 46-Ox. Con 35c 3 Bex No. 2i Cans No. 300 Siie Can 17t 3 3 Santa Fe 5 Tall Can Lb. Bag 19c Santo Fe 17-Oz. Jar SATISFACTION GUARANTiiED REPLACEMENT OR MONEY REFUNDED ROASTS Pikes Peak OR Rump 75 LB. onme 6 Always Weal* Tender Round Steak u,95c Hamburqer 2L ^ $ 1.09 Wieners THRIFTY Sliced Bacon produce Our produce truck from California is late, due to the Holidays. But we will have plenty of real fresh produce, including fresh peaches, grapes and watermelon, and anything that is ripe in California. ^ We Acctpt Food Stamps PARTY ICE W» Rtitrvt Hie Right To Limit Quantltlctl MONEY ORDERS TRAVILBR'S fXPRISS MONEY ORDERS SOLD AT STONIR NO, I ' Brought Uptown Food Prices to SubMitae Garden City STONIR NO. 1 OPIN ? a.m. I* 10 ».n. 7 dan a STONII NO, 1 OPIN TJO O.M. Me torn * tfoyi g

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