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The Muscatine Journal and News-Tribune from Muscatine, Iowa · Page 9

Muscatine, Iowa
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Thursday, August 20, 1942
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MUSCATINE JOURNAL'AMD NEWS-TKljtJUNK -TjiUittjDAY, AUGubT-20,. 11)42.. Demonstration On [Vegetables Given At Club Program A demonstration on "Let's Cook Vegetables" given by Lois Johnson and Bernice Roulfs featured the achievement day program of the Good Will 4-H. club o£ the Lutheran Homes. The' event was 'held at the Lutheran homes on .Wednesday evening. Record books were completed and other club activities were discussed at the meeting. Deeds Recorded J. F. Williams by executor tc Edith E. Uhr and others, lot 2. section 13-76-3W; south 1 1-2 acres west of road SE 1-4 NW 1-4 section 11-76-4W; undivided half lot 8 Scholten's addition to Mus- uatine. Ray Knapp and wife to Clarence Criger, NE Z-4 lot 29 Mill addition to Muscatine. J, M. Weckerlin and wife to Curtis C. and Esther .C. Altenbernd, lot 7, block 31, Park Place addition to Muscatine.' Bessie Arnold and others to Frank Forbes, lot 7, block 20, A. Smalley's addition to South Muscatine. DCS Moines — {/?}— Harold R. Taylor, 19, of Grimes, la., died Rebuilding of Oakville Bridge Gets Under Way Wapello — Work has begun on the reconstruction of the bridge over the Iowa river two miles west of Oakville which collapsed in December' 1941. Difficulty iu obtaining material has caused the delay in the rebuilding. The state succeeded in buying old lumber in Minnesota which will be used in the temporary construction. The Olson Construction company of Waterloo has the contract and expects to finish the work in 30 days. Since the collapse of the bridge all traffic on highway through Oakville has been detoured to -Newport and highway 61. Leaves For Service Donald E. Murray left Wednesday afternoon for Fort Leavenworth, Kan. for Imited. service in the U. S. army after spending the allotted furlough at his home. - Vail E. Thompson, former Louisa arrived Tuesday ^ r Jdps Not the Only Enemy in These Waters in a hospital here Wednesday night j ^nty engineer arrived Tuesday ..." ,, , ,, . • ° Ir.ight from Madison, Wis., for a of injuries suffered Monday when | ,. ic ; t -, f tho v, nrr , 0 n( H;C .. ,, , ,, . injuries suffered Monday when | short a coal truck he was driving piung- ' ed into a creek near Waukee, la. To start my family right with really nutritious foods Says our Government: "Eat at least one whole grain food each day." fach day. a delicious breakfast of Nabisco Shredded Wheat with peaches or other fruit, helps in -wartime fitness. You get all -whole wheat's energy and a pood source of Vitamin Bi. Ask for it by the full name— .Nabisco Shredded Wheat. at the home o£ his Raymond Harrington visit sister, Mrs. and family. Teachers To Meet There will be a meeting of all rural teachers, i.n Louisa county on Saturday, Aug. 29, at 1 p. m. at the county superintendent's office. There will be a school of instruction in the nutrition program to be introduced in all rural arid elementary grades. This will be under the direction of Lois j'i:l!e~ man, instructor of home economics in the Wapello consolidated schools. W. L. Ryan, director of the Luisa county board of social welfare, will explain the surplus commodity program and its value in the nutrition lessons. The county superintendent, Ada ' Smith, will distribute the supplies and give instructions for the years work. Joins Signal Corps F. A. Cover, son of H. "£. Cover,, went to Peorin, III.. Tuesday to complete the final examinations for his enlistment ir. the signal ;'orps of the U. S. army. He WHS accompanied by Giiman Wright, son of Frank Wright of M^diapolis, who has enlisted in the same branch of service. Lois Hilleman, home economics teacher of the Wapello consolidated school, is attending a school of instruction at Ames in the nutrition, course to be introduced in the rural and elementary grades of the county schools. Ada Smith, Louisa county superintendent of schools, attended a meeting of the county superintendents of the southeas*.ii'n district at Mt. Pleasant, Tuesday. The meeting was in charge nf E. Mae! It's a fight for survival in the waters around Alaska—even if the enemy is never encountered. Here officers and men of the U. S. Fleet battle a big sea in a small boat (Official U. S Navy photo from NEA.) Firemen Called To Minor Blazes • Muscatine firemen" were called to two fires on Wednesday afternoon, neither of. which caused any. damage. The first at 2:37 p. m. was< a grass fire at the rear of 1019 East Second, street. The Central and No. 2 trucks responded.-and used the • booster pump to extinguish the blaze. At 4. p. m., the No. 2 truck was called to the vicinity of Lowe and Bridgeman streets where a dump fire was in progress. One line of hose was used to quell the blaze. 25 Boys Sign For Bicycle Jaunt A. total of 25 boys have signed up for. the bicycle overnight hike to the Rotary lodge sponsored by the Y. M. C. A. Th« group will leave at 1 p. m. Friday and. return • on Saturday. They will. ba accompanied by B. L.' Gallaber and Maurice Keidig. Degree Conferred By Tipton Lodge Tipton, la.—Members of Wap- sinonoc lodge No. 381 of West Branch and Golden Rule lodge No. 24, of Rochester were special guests of Cedar lodge, No. 11, ati a special meeting held in the Ma- j sonic temple here Tuesday eve-j ning. Work was conferred in the third degree with officers from the visiting lodges filling the various stations. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. Rein'deer Mascot Inspects Russians Russian anti-aircraft gun crew on Northern Front takes, time oK to play with Leshka, their reindeer mascot. (Passed by'cer.sor.) Grau. county Mt. Pleasant. superintendent at OTTO'S NATURAL SWEET BANANAS 4 ibs.37< "GOOD FOR YOUNG AND OLD" "WE RIPEN THEM" EGG PLANT BRUSSEL SPROUTS COBBLER POTATOES C 15 Lb. PECK 35 PEAS MELONS TOMATOES FANCY ILLINOIS U. S. NO. 1 PEACHES 3ibs.25e NOTE — It will be about 10 days to two weeks before the good Michigan Elberta Peaches are in FANCY CALIF PLUMS GREEN PEPPERS JUICY LEMONS LARGE SIZE Doz. 29' HEAD LETTUCES-12 C BIG SIZE ORANGES - , DOZ - 32< WHITE CAULIFLOWER OHIO POTATOES 15 Lb. PECK CORN PEARS CABBAGE FUSS-FREE SPECIAL CUTCORN CHEESE WEEK Kraft American TWO POUND BOX 53 LAST WEEK For SUGAR COUPONS 6 and 7 SUNSHINE GUEST IVORY 5 ! BAR. CAMAY 3 "K 20 C LAVA SOAP 10 C MD 6' LRG. LONGHORNS OLD FASHIONED BRICK KRAFT CHEESE SPREADS KRAFT DINNERS .. 2 for 19c Millers CORN FLAKES ARMOUR'S CORNED BEEF 120z; 26 c GUM - CANDY BARS . Georgia Peaches HALVES OR SLICED No. 2!4 |QC $2.05 CANS I 7 DOZEN IVORY FLAKES no. 24 C ™. io c CHIPSO us. 23? OXYDOL 10 C - 23 C - 61° MED. LRG. GIANT SCOT TOWELS : lOc WALDORF. ... 4 for 19c SOFT WEVE .. 3 for25c SCOT TISSUE 2 for 15c Otto's Super-Market PHONE 31 WHERE THE BEST COST XO MORE 206 EAST 2ND Louisa County Sends Contingent of 43 Men Wapello-—Louisa county sent another large contingent of men to the Camp Dodge induction center on Wednesday for probable military service under Selective Service. Included were four volunteers, three transfers and four who enlisted in other branches of the service. The list announced by draft board officials includes: Kenneth Frank Smith, Wapello. Gerald Fitzgibbon, Wapello. Leonard James Tisor, Columbus City. Ciemcnt Allison Hcitmeier, Columbus Junction. Chester Owen Devore, Columbus Junction. Cecil Robert Earl Frisk, Columbus Junction, (enlisting). Max Edward Heilmeier, Wapello. James Herbert Reid, Wapel'.o. Lyle Vernon Gipple, Columbus Junction. F. A. Cover, Wapello, (enlisting). 1 Lawrence Henry Bergthold, transfer to Lee county. Arthur Edward Kuntz, Oakvillc. Harold Wayne Fletcher, Columbus Junction. Harley Anderson Schroeder, transfer to California. Jack Weaver Staats, Wapello. Dean Gilbert Bisher, Morning Sun. Wilford John Haight, Oakville. David Gomer Griffith; Colum- bus Junction. Robert Allen Schafer, Wapello. Dwight Willard Smith, Morning Sun. Hilton Ferry Brown, Letts. • Dale Howard Walker, Wapello. William Edward Stigge, Wapello. Cecil Fir.ley McCormack, Oakville. Roy Vernon Duncan, Columbus Junction, (enlisting). Harold Eugene Godwin, Morning Sun. Max, Letts. Robert Lee Salyers, Muscatino. John William Hupp, Morning Sun, (enlisting). Richard Marvin Brown, Columbus Junction. LaVern Alstot, transfer to Montana. Warren Dean Jennings, Columbus Junction. David William Cassabaum, Wapello. William Archie Leffler, Colum- NUTRITIOUS EATING RO-LI-CO BRAND WIENERS and SKINLESS FRANKS 28c LB - SPECIALS THIS WEEK-END LARD RO-LI-CO BRAND 10 Ib. pail, Ib. 15c PORK HOCKS, Ib NECK BONES, Ib. CURED PICNICS, 15c lOc 30c SPRING CHICKENS Ib. 4 Ib. pail, Ib. •MMMM SPARERIBS, Ib FRESH CATFISH, Ib. BEEF LIVER, Ib. 19c 30c 25c LB35C i£ HENS-MAPLECREST TURKEYS Romann&LiebbeCo. 1062 HERSHET AVE. bus Junction. Jesse Allen Junction. Tisor, Columbus Joseph Ignatius Daniels, Colum- bus Junction. Henry Earl Tisor, Oakville. • Hiram Marion Merrick, Wapello. • Earl Joseph Lewis, Columbus Junction. Robert Eugene Thompson, Wapello. Kenneth McChesney, Wapello. Ernest Lovell Drake, Columbus Junction. Ocean Shepard, Columbus City. Modern Women USE SPARK SAVE Time Money Hands Your Grocer Sells SPARK AUGUST CANNED GOODS SALE! BUY NOW AND SAVE DESCRIPTION NO SALES TO DEALERS! P«r Unit 6 Cam Per Dor. HOME PACK PEACHES v / - WHOLE PEALED APRICOTS N ^ J. SPRATT SLIC, PINEAPPLE N ^ CRUSHED PINEAPPLE ^ J. SPRATT CANNED MILK 14 i^ z PINK SALMON £*• TALLBOY PORK & BEANS ;";.- Ja ^i s o pLr f KERNAL GOLD. CORN £f Jack Spratt OU/CCT DEAC N °- 2 WONDER W««l lEHO CAN HAPPINESS BRAND PEAS &,' MAY FLOWER CORN .25 .19 .33 .13 .OS .24 .15 .15 .18 .13 .13 1.39 1.09 ,4.89 .69 .46 1.39 .79 .85 .99 .71 .71 2.69 2.09 3.69 1.35 .91 2.73 1.55 1.69 1.95 1.39 1.39 WE FEATURE EVERYDAY LOW PRICES SUPER VALUES FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPRY 65= 3 LB. CAN WAX PAPER 40 Foot Rolls Ea P & G SOAP PER BAR BLOOMER BEER 24 Pt. Bottles $1.59 Ice Cold Picnics 33c SODA CRACKERS box«i MATCHES 6 BOX 1 f\C CARTON WILSON'S MEATS FOR THE TABLE Cottage Style PORK CHOPS. .LB. Smoked BACON JOWLS !! 27 C 1 Lb. Packag* SLICED BACON ?7 C LB. *• I Sliced %-Lb. BRAUNSCHWEIGER 19° Baby Pig LIVER . . . Tenderized Beef MINUTE STEAKS, Ib. LINAL 23c 2 For 25c BABY RUTH COOKIES PKG 29 C 2 For 21c THESE PRICES GOOD ONLY AT CARLISLE'S SUPER MARKET!

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