Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on July 5, 1951 · Page 9
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 9

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THUS DAY, JULY 5, 195! THI AEGISTW-NEW5 — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS RUTH M1LLETT By RUTH MILLCTT NEA Stiff Wrltir Ease Housewife's Burden By Making Children Help Husbands could save money by hiring a maid instead of a doctor, says a well-known physician attached to a famous clinic. He maintains that American housewives are among the most overworked groups and that many of them are suffering from exhaus- Q tion. But getting a maid isn't the oniy solution to the overworked housewife problem, which is fortunate. For whether or not it would be cheaper in the long run, a lot of family budgets just won't stretch, far enough today to hire help for Mania. When the budget won't stretch that far, what can be done? A lot, if Mama will use her head. To begin with, she can bring her f children up from babyhood to wait on themselves and to assume some responsibility for helping at home as soon as they are old enough. A lot of "exhausted" housewives wait on their children hand and foot and don't even demand any real help from their teen-age sons and daughters. Too Many Spoiled Youngsters I heard a mother say the other day that when her husband looked for her to take her somewhere •jf with him in the evening he found her pressing a dancing dress for one of their teen-age daughters. When she explained that she couldn't leave until she had the dress pressed, he called the daughter and said flatly: "If you're old enough to be dating, you're old enough to take care of your own clothes—and you can start right now." If more mothers were that sensible about their children, there wouldn't be so many of them "exhausted" by the job of homemaking. Then, too, housewives could—if they would—schedule a daily afternoon nap, and take it no matter what. It might mean that the dinner dishes or'that Susie couldn't be chauffeured to dancing class or whatever. But with a determined effort it could be arranged. No, hiring a maid isn't the only solution. Mama's determination to spread the work around a little and to take some time off for herself would work wonders, too. LUCKY NELSON HAS HIS WHOLE FAMILY WORKING Pennsylvania produces more ice cream than any other state, turning out about 73,740,000 gallons a year. BY BOB THOMAS HOLLYWOOD, July 5.—-Ozzie Nelson can well be envied by every American father. He's got his whole family working. The former band leader is the headman of the Nelson clan, which includes his wife, the former singer Harriet Hilliard, and their two sons, David, 14, and Ricky, 11. For two years the entire family has been starring on the radio in "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet." Now they Are all involved in making a film, "Here Comes the Nelsons." Since it is the family type of picture which is popular with film patrons, there is a strong possibility that the film will lead to a series. That would no doubt please Ozzie, who has managed to keep four checks coming in and maintain a normal, unspoiled family at the game time. • * * "WE'RE AVERY CLOSE FAM­ ILY," explained Harriet while the three male members of the family were in i movie scene. "We're never had any trouble with the boys getting hammy or self-conscious. For one thing, they have been around show business ail their lives, so they take it naturally. "The boys go to public schools and fortunoatly their friends treat them quite normally. They don't comment about how good the boys were on the radio. Tney only say, 'That was a funny show* or something like that." * * * THE TWO BOYS never see the money they are earning. - By court rule, half of it goes into government bonds and the ether half into their bank account. It has been estimated that the beys will have 9150,000 apiece in their own names by the time they are 21, as nice a start in life as you could hope for, . fmmiHiiiMiMiiHiiniimfiHiim^ WHY PAY MORE WHEN YOU CAN BUY FOR LESS AT RADOM BUILDING SUPPLY? We would also like to give you a free estimate on roofing and aiding contracts. Won't «ou come and see us. CALL 1394-R ASHLEY OR 87-R ASHLEY RADOM BUILDING SUPPLY Radom, Illinois liiiiiiHiiHiiniiHiiiiimiimfflmiiiiiiniiiM^ 1 £njoy Big Swings during "Del Monte Week" at AiP.featuring Summer Canned Food Values Cooling, kofroshing Pineapple Juice 17° CflttMBOri' CtfMT AAP hat always been noted for it* money-iavtnf pricaa. But w« have alwayi placed great emphasis on the quality of th*j food we sell. too. Anybody can cut prcea If thay are willing to cut quality. But it has never been A&P policy to achieve low prices by selling inferior food. So. we are able to offer you the values you enjoy at your A&F because we work hard to hold up the Quality of our food aa well aa keep down the price. If you ever feel that the teod you buy doesn't measure up to our high quality standards, pleas* let us know. Please write: Customer Halations Papailsnaail AiP Food Store* 420 Lexington Ave. New Yo*k IT. New York Del Monte Sliced Peaches No. 2'Atin 34c Del Monte Sliced Pineapple No. 2'Atin No. 2 tin 33c Delicious Del Monte Del Monte Sliced Beets Del Monte Cream Style White Corn Del Monte Early Garden Asparagus i» No. 214 tin 46c 17-ox. tin 17c 17-oz.tin No. 2 tin 18c 46c HID RIPE, SWIET Watermelons 32 to 34 Lb. Av. $1-15 Cantaloupe WMtefn - 17 8iz * • aeh 25c { Seedleet Grapes "•• *** Calif. Lettuce 41 Bl " l»« Valencia Oranges S** 49c Southern Cucumbers 2 ter l5c Pascal Celery * * • *•* 25c Calif. White Potatoes 1069G FRESH FRYING Chickens Lis. Jrash Dressed lb. EA« Fully Drawn wVQ Stewing Hens U.S. choice grade or better beef Sirloin Steak » 99c Round Steak * Me Steaks °&H5S. W *SU9 Jumbo Shrimp •«* * 800 Ocean Catfish *—•"»" * 45c Potato Chips 65' 1 -lb. box FRESH liUUNliY Eggs 46 Rolls ™'£%JZgg* at " pkr - u 23c •" Angel Food Ring ^ '^490 I Apple Pie J,ne Par *«'-^eh Meh 49o I White Bread 'ffiftKT M< *13o I eewtelto 1 DOZEN ... lb - ctH - 216 Grocery Values ib. pkgr. gg c Cottage Cheese Pabst-ert Chees * ****** Wildmere Butter Grade "A" Mirk * r%1 etn 3«* Ched-O-Brt 2 lb loaf 89e 2-lb. loaf lb. roii It's Iced Tea Time I Our Own Tea Peanut Butter Pa " 12 " ozjar 33c Queen Olives S S* 18 02 ar 59e Gelatin Desserts Xf& e 3 pk * s 20c Kraft Dinner ror ««uic* M ei > k * |4e Spaghetti * nd ^SJE? tln 24e Hunts Sweet Peas Premium Crackers • and Meat Balls Chei-Bay-Ar-De* 17-oz.tin 2 f ° r 27C Nabisco 29c lb. pkt All prices shown hsrs (tuarantssd through Cat., J%lv 1th \4 } Super Hillir/s Shortening Swift'nlng m lb. tin $ JOT Perd Dog Food can I6c Old Dutch Cleanser cana 27c Woodbury's Soap rear, sis* £g bath siz« | £g For Laundry Rinso larg. pW*. £Qf Homogeniiee' Spry I lb. tin S | IS Regular Sis* Lux Seep eaka gQg lath SI M Lux Soap 2 eftkM 25c Regular S4 «e Lave Soap eakec 2lt Fee DiehwatMftf J*y •-«*• btl sic Far Laundry Cheer lar«a pica;. £|g * Medium Siaa Ivory Soap cakes 30c Mild and Mellow light O'Clock Coffee » bag J 7o Rieh and FuN ledied Red Circle Coffee »»"79c Vigorous and Winay Bokar Coffee **'8ic RUG SPECIALS Wool Faced Foot Mats Reg. $..00—18x30 Wool Faced Throw Rug 20x36 —Reg. $1.98 All Wool Throw Rug 20x40 — Reg. $2.98 74 MEN'S AND BOYS' SWIM TRUNKS Boxers and Briefs . . . Solids and Scenic Patterns Regular fro $2.49 MEN'S FLUORESCENT HATS Bright glow in the dark hats in all the smart fluorescent shades. Regular $1.98. SHOWER SETS Plastic two - piece shower sets. Assorted patterns. Reg. $1.99 Value The buy of a lifetime. SLIPS & GOWNS Strapless jersey in maize, blue, pink and white. Run resistant fabric. Reg. $1.00 Value BOYS' FLUORESCENT JACKETS Limited quantity lefi Bright Day Glow colors. Smart zipper front, slash pockets. Sizes 8-16. SUMMER SLACKS Denims in charcoal, red, faded blue. Cotton twills —All sizes 24 to 44. ' Sefr Reg. $4.98 $344 LADIES' NOVELTY SHOES Summer shoes in white, sandals and pumps. High or low heels. Broken sizes. Values fro $6.98 LADIES' SKIRTS Prints—Bold pattern circle styles. Rayon gaberdine and failles. Regular $1.98 5 CHILDREN'S DRESSES Summer dresses in organdy, picolay, fcroedcforh, dottid swiss ernd many of hers. Sizes 1-14. Reg. to $3.49 $194 DRESSES Bembergs, French crepes, chambrays, stripes, checks, all over patterns. Regular fro $10.98 $5» PILLOW CASES Certified 128 type muslin. "Five years satisfactory laundering." 45x36. Reg. 69c $100 2 M I Use Our Convenient Lay-A-Way Plan GLASSMAN'S 121 North 9th Street 121 NORTH 9th s-r-r-nnnmaBMBaaiMatMi

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