PAGE ALTON, EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1956 Stick* ftetfk Ont RICHMOND, Vft. K~ A navy- sponsored m e dj c a I research team is going to Africa to take the blcx>d pressure of ft giraffe! its head doesnit at least bring or two. It hnpes to find out why Jon the staggers when the giraffe pressure strong enough to force blood up a giraffe's Jong neck to lowers its head. W«nt Add Daily I9c 25c String Beans . . 2 ,,,„. 33c Tomatoes • carton Broccoli . • I, V. S. No. 1 Potatoes . 3,,,25c I'iiik, 80 Si/,e Grapefruit 3, r 29c C & H PURE CANE SUGAR 5-Lb. Limit 5 u, 49« C&II Powdered or ttrown SUGAR 2' 25c Brooks' CATSUP , , , 2 —35c Velvceta CHEESE .... 2&79o CRACKER JACK . 2» I3c Wrigley'n CHEWING GUM .£',%. 59c CHEER or TIDE . 2-6k Mrs. Lane's TOMATOES . . , 2,:;33c Mrs. Latin's E-J PEAS , , . 2, ,29c n rat-Call COFFEE ' 69c Kraft—Orange or 48-Oz, Onus GRAPE-ADE . , . 2' 49c For Ilrrmllng GOLDEN DIP ... ' 19c Nnvy or Grrnl Northern BEANS 2- 23c CHOICE QUALITY POULTRY HENS A i'r 32c FRYERS A ET 35c FRESH DRESSED DAILY MIRACLE WHIP SALAD DRESSING Quart Itrcv "Ready to Serve" 4 to H His. U\K. PICNIC HAMS , , . " 39c Krcy Smoked, Boneless DAINTY ROLL . . . < 65c Puro PORK STEAKS <**» 47c GROUND BEEF . . 2 69c Krey LARGE BOLOGNA SMOKED JOWLS . . ' 25c LUER'S CHILI . , , < 45c Luer's "Valley View" SLICED BACON . . < 39c . . ib 43c OcL 28<Nov* 1 Shurtleff To Observe Religions Emphaois Week Dr. Leonard A. T)uce. dean of j thr Graduate School of Baylor! Lniversity, Waco. Tex., will he i the principal speaker for Ue- j hgious Emphasis \Vpf.-k observ-1 aance on the Shurtletf campus, i Oct. 2S-Nov. J. i Dr. Ducc is a native of Groat < Britain. He rccived his elementary education there, and attended secondary schools in Canada.! He then earned his B.A., B.Tb., j and B.D. degrees at McMasterj University. Hamilton, Ontario. | He also holds the S.T.M. degree from Anclover Newton Theological Seminary, and a Ph.D. from Yale University. v Assisting Dr. Duce with the Christian Emphasis week activities will be tho Rev. Parker Burroughs of the New York office of the American Baptist Convention. Tin, 1 Rev. Burroughs has had many years experience as a university pastor, and recently represented American Baptist youth in the World Student Christian Federation in Germany. He did his undergraduate work at Wil- GfOH* s High /?,/ llenry D. Smith. 73, retired Lnclcdc Steel Co. em- ploye, has raised in a garden at his 2700 Sanford Ave. residence a gourd that is 34 inches high, according lo his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Henry M. Smith, 2029 Forrest Dr. She commented the si/c of the plant is unusual. It is one of several such plants raised by the elder Smilh, wl - nsR hobby in retirement is gardening. Gourds are members of a vine family of plants that include cucumber, squash, melons and pumpkins. The "bottle gourd" such as is raised by Smith produces a shell that, when cleaned and dried, can be used as a dipper, boltle, etc. Nearly 500,000 cows have been bred artifically in Kentucky since licm-Jcwell College anad Drake! tne s(ale Artificial Breeding As-, University, and is a graduate of s ^ latlon was bo S un J n _ 194 ^ I Colgate Rochester Divinity; committee are Dr. F. \V. Mc-l School. |Dermott. Prof. Eldon Diltemore,' During Hie week there will be j Tjnn stilfZi and LeRoy A ldrich. ! five convocation services. For the i student committees are also as- benefit of the students in eve- j sisting with the conduct of Chris- ning classes, a service will be i tian Emphasis Week. A central held on Wednesday evening. A ; committee is headed by Richard new feature of the activity this, Becker, who is also acting presi- year will be class visitation by the guest leaders, assisted by lo- dent of SCM on the campus. Subcommittee chairmen and the cal ministers, to help students; roa lms of tbeir responsibility relate their academic work to ; are: 'j 0 hn Smith, informal group Christian principles. ) discussions; Garland Borne, pub- Prof. Alvin Porteous, chairman licity; IsFac Lewis, class ses- urmg *,*s^.... 9 BRANDS 1GA TABLER1TE SKINLESS WIENRS Marshmollows Ftxh. FlaverhiL Kldi lev* then) J'kg. 33 CRACKER JACK 2 **** i5 c of the Religious Life Committee, is coordinator of the week's ac- sions and student interviews; and Richard Becker, convocation ses- tivities. Serving with him on this ! sions. lady...Be A Genius IN 2 DELIGHTFUL WAYS...IM 00^ 6 MINUTES WONDER BROWN 'N SERVE DINNER ROLLS For Every Meal WONDER BROWN'N SERVE FRENCH ROLLS With P.pp, Seeds M & M CANDY 6-oz. Pk g . IGA Gov't. Inspected EGGS Grade A Medium 39° ARMOUR STAR — OTON-READY, fi to 10-lb. »VIT. STUFFED TURKEYS . . 69c FRESH — PICNIC STYIJE PORK ROAST KREVS—LARGE!' BOLOGNA OR BRAUNSCHWEIGER . . 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