Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 17, 1962 · Page 15
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 15

Garden City, Kansas
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Wednesday, October 17, 1962
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PLIO BAG ONLY SUPREME; MILKOLET GRAHAMS Reg. Z for Regular J5c MB. BAGS ,**•" TRADE MARK CANNON Buy the name you trust.. jand register NOW! fresh from Dillon's Quality Bakeries I German Chocolate CAKE Reg. 98f Z layer size OPCORN SALT •*»m» SAVE ^.^ a.. <**fc "Mi?X«A. lie BILLONj'S OLD FASHIONIO CINNAMON ROLLS Pan of 12 430 DILLON'S SLICED SANDWICH Oft CONEY BUNS Regular O 1£Hf< Sav 25c O FOR 17'' 6e QUART t O BOTTLE O3C KRAFT SALAD OIL VISTA PACK SALTINE CRACKERS ...... £ 23c Jtf SL FROSTING MIXES or CAKE MIXES JJ»—>^^ Sunshine KRISPY CRACKERS i ib. box Vermont Maid SYRUP 24 oz.Bottle^ Save Your Choice PKG. ONLY BAKIR'S AHGIL FLAKI COCOHUT 14 oz. Pkg. 59" JIFFY Brand PIE CRUST MIXES [IFFY Brand BISCUIT MIX. 2 PKCS. ONLY 40-o*. PKG. ONLY 29* 37* DIAMOND A FANCY SMALL Regular 2 for 39c 50 LB. BOX OF FROZEN WRAPPED HI-VALU BEEF WHOLE BEETS RICK-NUT Regular 39c SALAD DRESSING BOX CONSISTS OF ,- RICH-NUT FANCY CUT GREEN BEANS 5 Pounds Each Of Round Steak Sirloin or T-Bones Minute Steak All 10 Pounds Each Of Chuck Roast Short Ribs 15 Lbs. Ground Be*f Regular 30i CANS SAVE 14e RICH-NUT FRESH PACK WHOLE POLISH DILL PICKLES Regular 59c LARGE S3-01. JAR 49 SAVE lOc BEEF SALE U,S. CHOICK Bonekss Chuck Roast {'.rr'sm-fm \ •D^« fta«t ««- iu _ \ Reg, 89f per U.S. CHOICE CENTER CUT PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., FRI. 8 SAT, CHUCK ROAST LEAN, BONELESS NEW LIVER FLAVOR? A *%41A ^fclFlAf RFPE FRISKIES DOG FOOD._..2 3a 29 0 .?! "T*_._ DBBP Regular 69e per ib. Ib. Only Regular 79c per Ib. Ik Only WILSON'S CORN KING SAVE lOe ON LITTLE FRISKIES BSfcJSW 39* SLICED BACON 49 59 49 Sav* 20c Save Sav« 20< LINDY PEAS 2 303 CANS DELSEY 35' TISSUE 2 ROLLS ONLY 27 c IS Garden C'ltv Telegram Wednesday, Oer, 17, W2 1^WHAT ARE) CE5IECW YOUR r/ d4n What's the Boy Saying? Young Hobby Club Five Cartoon Outfits to Be Grand Prizes By GAPPY DICK Five "Draw-a-Cartoon" outfits, each complete with an electric drawing desk and lamp, will be awarded as the national prizes in today's easy puzzle contest. One will be given to each boy or girl whose contest entry is selected by the judges as one of the five neatest and most original correct ones received from the cities where this column is published.. The "Draw-a-Cartoon" outfit, manufactured by Lakeside Toys, enables any youngster to create humorous characters of their own design, using the dozens of patterns for comical heads, eyes, ears anj noses that are included in the set. Also there are animal and bird segments so funny zoo creatures can be drawn. Other equipment provided by Lakeside includes drawing paper, color pencils, pencil sharpener and eraser. / To try to win on e of these five national awards you must first win a local prize in today's contest. 10 of these will be awarded (o young contestants of the Garden Cify area. The local prizes will be packets containing five coins from foreign countries, enough to give anv winner a good start as a coin collector. The local prizes will be awarded for the 10 correct puzzle solutions that are the neatest and most ordinal in preparation. The puzzle is easy to solve. All you have to do is unscramble the letters of the words being spoken by the boy on the right in the picture above. This will five vou his answer to the question bning asked by the boy on tho left. Next, clip out the picture. Paste it on paper or a postal card. Print the decipherel words beneath it. Also print your name, age and address. Decorate your entry in any neat, original way, using paints', crayons, cut-outs or other suitable materials. Address the entry to Gappy Dick's Midweek Contest at the Garden City Telegram and mail it before midnight of day after- tomorrow. Names of the priae winners, both local and national, will be published here and the awards will be sent to the winners by mail. Decisions of judges will be final. All entries become the property of' Cappy Dick; nona can be returned. TOMORROW: How To Make a Trophy Vase Out Of Acorn Capsl Rafner, Son Renew Charges TOPEKA (AP) - Former Gov. Payne H. Ratner and his son, Payne Jr., have renewed charges that an accusation in disbarment filed against them is an outgrowth of a "malicious conspiracy" by railroad companies. The charge was made again by (he Ratners in answering an amended disbarmant accusation filed last week in the Kansas Supreme Court by Atty. Gen. William Ferguson. The answer generaU" >...ffered little from answers the Ratners filed to earlier accusations. The Ratners charge the con- piracy was by the companies which make up the American Association of Railroads, and particularly the roads which operate through Kansas and Oklahoma. Th e Ratners said their law firm lias tried many federal employes' liability cases and have obtained verdicts and settlements for em- ployes of said railroads which were higher than the railroads desired to pay. The disbarment assuca- tions charges the Ratners with improper solicitation of legal business and splitting of fees with the railroad brotherhood with which the Ratnerc had a legal aid arrangement. A toll bridge connects Santa Rosa Islane with the Florida mainland.

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