The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on April 29, 1947 · Page 5
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Dr. Robert Liskey Practicing Here Dr. Robert B. Liskey, osteopathic pnysician, has opened an office at 16 North Potomac street, this city, ^•^ == ~"" •" ' i '•"• ...-. For That Cold Rudy's COLD CAPSULES Rudy's Rex »" Pharmacy 16 N. Jonathan St.-' A graduate ot the Hagerstown High School, Dr. Liskey attended the University of Maryland and was graduated from the Kirksville TTo, o hi ? enlistment in the U. S. Navy Hospital Corps, where VISIT SEARS for your Farm and Poultry Suppi'es Scar* Roebuck & Co. « North Potomac St I'hon* «3: lie served for three and a half years, he had offices in Silver Springs, Md. After his release from military ™f he ?* urned ^ the KirksYille College of Osteopathy and Surgery for post graduate work, which he has recently completed. „ , PRICES SLASHED Baltimore, April 28, (^.-Consumer savings up to five cents per can on .Crpsse and Blackwell Company's canned soups will be reflected on retail shelves throu-ghout the country in a few weeks, Company president John T. Menzies announced. Cleanup Campaign To Start May 12th •_< , Prizes To Be Awarded In Annual Junior Chamber Drive The annual Cleanup, Pain tup Drive m Hagerstown sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce is scheduled for the week of May 12, it was announced by Nelson C. Horine, who will again act as chairman of the drive after having successfully headed the drive on two previous years i -V You may meet Old Reading Paie Reserve by chance, or by choice. Either way, you'll stick to if if you love really good beer. Skillful brewing gives this superior beer its unusually satisfying flavor, distinctive as the heritage of tts"homeland" —Traditionally Pennsylvania Dutch. BEER IN 12 OUNCE AND 8 OUNCE "JUNIOR" BOTTirES IVON D. ROHRER: he awarded for the. house in Hagerstown showing the moat'im- m f t by a paint job - ^otos _ house before and after the ainting must, be exhibited The program again will be car- •ied into the public schools. In ins connection a "report sheet" ill be distributed to each pupil I lie sheet lists_about-50-odd jobs' a «^? ld , improve ^ appear- e o£ the home lot or garden. the end of three weeks the re- Port sheets will be judged and the tudents reporting most improvement will be awarded prizes Pho- ographs taken before and" after teed impro . v ements must be exhib- Civilian Hurries Back To Army Life A $7 deduction from his first weekly pay check and the high cost of living proved too much for Paul D. Menninger, St. James,- who was discharged from the Army several weeks ago as technician fourth grade after IS months service Menninger reenlisted in the Army! After he was home a few days he told Capt, John E. McClure of the Army Recruiting Station, he got a job that paid approximately ?42 a week and he felt that he was on the way to a satisfactory civil n life. But after that first pay check he decided that his Army job as motoi sergeant with "B" troop of the 12th Cavalry Regiment was a much bet ter job. Capt. McClure said he was able to reenlist for the First Cavalry The Morning Herald, Hagerstown, T«e*iar. A ..M .*n,,«._ ' ELEVEN oldh Cbances of old job back are good. .After being sworn in he was given a seven day leave before he "turns to Japan. "Japan," Men ninger stated, "is a choice place to o 6 312 SOUTH ST BEVERAGE SALES CO HAGERSTOWN 481 t NELSON C. HORINE Aiding Horine in the drive this year will be lyon D. Rohrer. Twice the Hagerstown Jaycees won state awards for their efforts in sponsoring the campaign here. Horine and Rohrer worked 'together, in the 1J41 drive and worked, together'on the professional and business men's division of the Community Chest Drive last year. Horine : announced that - cash prizes would be awarded for -He best .window-displays,: and that a cash prize will be awarded to school children in an essay contest In addition, a cash prize of S25 • _ A. B. C ' Will "pay more money /or good, clean, late model cars. Shop Around - Get the Best Offer l r ou Can/ Then—Drive Out to Get from $50 to $100. more. CASH IN "5. MINUTES. Automobile Brokerage Company 895 Penna. Ave. : Phone 4593 wll he campai - n this will be more elaborate than last year and the Mayor and Coun Fisherman'* Luck. Kansas; City, 'April 28, : r could do in a day/s fishing was a total catch of three small ;crappje. /' Aftei they gave up and rowed to.; shore ; at Houston Lake near -here,:, their .wives went for a boat ride-without any fishing tackle— and came back with a five-pound bass. ;'.-.. The big fish, the women said ' •.simpiyjeaped into the boat. About SS percent of the U S : supply or oil is produced in 'six sucefc. Texas, California, Louisiana, Oklahoma, .Kansas and Illinois. ....:.... , . Glass Coffee | Franklin Furniture Store 1 | 13 W. Antietam St. I On the ain,-avcs . ; . and on ihe highways . . . it's, a ".Merry Oldsmobile" year. Folks'everywhere are singing this grand old aoog—<W singfng the praises of the smart new Olismobilc car! The car with the smooUi-as-a- •• melody styling. The car with U>e rhythmic, coil spring ride. The car that's as far ahead of .the tiroes as nect year's popular tunes—thanks to GM Hydra-Matic Driye*. ."Ju S tforgetthecl u tcha D a g c a r,All T o u doissi t andsteer!"...Yo u VeprobabIvheardthcse V ords on the raio-in the modern, up-to-the-minute version of "Merry Oldsmobile" inspired by GM Hydr.-Matic Drive*. For Hydra-Matic is the only drive that eltaiuaies the clutch pedal completely-the only drive that shifts gears automatically through four fonvard speeds! .. . Visit your Oldsmobik dealer and see for yourself why people say, "Irs SMART to Own an Oldsl" . ^ KEEP YOUR CAR YOUR Sprincr ls the time f 0r an Qi ds _ mobile tune-up and other seasonal services. Proper ma.ntcnanccnow will keep your prcsen t car running until your ncK Oldstnobile is here! —»—, 'Hydra-Motic Drive ts DEALER cost J; S, SNOWBiRGER & SONS *^ . - «* ~" — •»»»% iTJLU• tast Waihington Street • 603-607 West Main Strset Phone 272-- Waynesboro, Pa. CLOTHING For THE ENTIRE FAMILY R. & G. DEPT. STORE " II I ! • | , t t . ^* v ^^^^ 1 ~~ s ~~^~^^-^s^^~^<s*vs^^s^^ w The House of Blue White Diamond* Rogers Je\velry Co. 66 West Washington St Rent A NEW TRUCK HERTZ ™ Peasant shooting in the world ''When I left my organization," £ \ mn f er Continued, "some of the old hands didn't say good-bye thev just said they'd be s^Si'S J Si-* OBth *' r guess the y Until 1900 kerosene was HEADACHE inirrditin tktt work to g!T« qikk Itlltf :>djcb« at *tmril*ix. iittcti»m ea LibtL 125 E. Baltimore St. Phone 4621-J or 4398 • Protect your investment in babv chicks. Feed them an adequate di« pJ IOK T' TtaB "X a^ minerals. Follow through with a complete feeding p r og ram . Follow the B-B K T" 1 fr ° m Chicks broilers. ^'Utit MAUGANSVILLE ^ i -" 1 * Elevator :& Lumber Co. including «U the extr*9 9 too! Good; news for the wets and the' drys! We have; an abundance o! baby's most important white goods: shirts, wrappers, sheets, quilted pads and all the other items that have been so scarce. Everything you need for baby from safety pm s to afghans. Top values on easy ComKedf COTTON-KNIT TRAINING PANTIES (REGULAR 59c VALUE!)- _ Come and get 'em! DIAPERS FLANNEL DIAPERS Size 27x27 ..... $2.98 Limit 1 Dor. to a Customer LOOK!. .. FREE LAYETTE OFFER! Prospective mothers -rto purchase a lay.tte here In advance will receive a duplicate layette FREE i£ blessed with twins! Remarkable Value. - Budget Terms SHIRTS—combed cotton-knit BANDS—cotton-knit, sleeveless BINDERS—cotton-knit navel binders GOWNS A KfMONOS-soft flannel ..'*.'.'..*' GOWNS-cotton-knit drawstrin fl type DS ^Tr~*"*' ^"^"'^^•««««« ..".'"-'.'..12.98 to $3.98 i>LJPS~| acs or embroidered white cotton 59c ta Qa ^ BOOT! E SETS-aH-vvool. 3-pc. sw^ter, " ' 29c to 39c 39c to 49c 79c cap «t booties $2.98 BUNTINGS-soft fleece, rayo n . sa tin bound . . . ' S2 .98 FOR CARRIAGE AND CRIB •RECEIVING BLANKETS-soft white fUnne, , 4 9c to 89c QUrLTED PADS^white cotton 17x18, 59c; ,8,22 79c ' tmbroidered BROADCLOTH CREEPERS Only $1,98 SHEETS—snow-white sheets, 42x72•.. $1 98 KLEINERTS SHEETS-27X36, waterproof, " * Sturdi-Fltx • 79c ?1.79 69c H-Flex- ' WaterPr ° 0f ' BABY PANTS-Kkinerts sJftex BaVirte"" ALL-WOOL SHAWLS-hand-fringed CARRJAGE COVERS-rayon ,,«n, pique'or organdy. Matching pillow cases ..........$ 2 . 98 EXTRA SPECIAL VALUES 4-PIECE CHRISTENING SETS ,$14.98 Elegant, lustrous Tvhite rayon, embroidered and lace trimmed. Coat, hat, dress and slip. Cotton-Knit APPLIQUED KNITTED CREEPERS $1.00 Combed yarn tnitted creepers. Washable — needs no ironing. Fast drying too! Dr. Allen's Baby'* Pal Bottle Holders Only $1.50 Holds bottle in correct position. Bottle can't fall or "topple while baby feeds. Great values. Open .-Budget Account Infant's Dept. — 2nd Floor

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