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Beatrice, Nebraska
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Wednesday, March 29, 1944
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Beatrice. Neb., Wednesday. March 20. 1944 BEATRICE DAIL1, SUN RADIO PROGRAM :: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20 KOW* •troa 4:00 ••4:16 4:80 News Polka Band Polka Band 4:46 lAmer, Women JGIrl Marrlea Unt'l Review IBddle Dunn Portia face life 'Vagabonds {Eddie Dunn IJuat Bill Sea Hound jSltiR Along IFarrell IDIck Tracy IDiek Tracy .. --.-.. -__.. _-._- ______ _ .- .. 6:00 {Gordon & Betty (Goldbergs (Terry A Pirates ITerry & Pirate* 0:15 isuperrnan , {Musical cocktalliNewa < {Hop Harrlgan 6:30 {Murray's oi-ch INews Ua;k Armstrong Mack Armstronc »:45 IWoria Today INewa, Sports { MldnigM IChtldren'a hour 6:00 {New* 8:15 {Jan Nosblt 6:30 IKaby Acea 6MS 'Easy Acca {Victory Tunea I World News IJimmle Pldler INewa {News INewa {Connie Boswell 'Sweet Music jOmaha Schools|Lone Ranger Norway Fights {Lena Ranger 7:00 {Sammy Kay* |Mr. Mm. North IMuslo INeilson - News 7!1B ISammy Kaye IMft Mra. North {Com, Playhouselbum nnd \mifcr Y:30 IDr. Christian {Beat the Band {Sign off (Treasury Salute 7:45 IChrlstlan- NewalBeat the Band I ISo. Amor. Way 8:00 {Frank Sinatra 8:15 {Frank Sinatra 8:30 {Jack Carson 8:45 |Jack Carson {Eddie Cantor lEddle Cantor {District Atty. iDlatrlct Atty. {Gabriel Heatter IBelieve It or no« (Spotlight Bands {Bands & Story »:00 {Mualo IKay Kyaer »:15 iMualo |Kay Kyaer 9:30 Blanca carnival IKay Kyw 0:45 IBlanca carnival IKay Ky^er IGUnnlson ITop of evening ( (Dtinnlnger IDunningcr 10:00 (Love -a myatery|New» 10:16 IWbbm program iSporta Parade 10:30 IWbbm program iSyrnphonetto 10:45 IWbbm program iSymphonetto INewa Dance Parade Dance Parade Dance Parade 11:00 11:16 11:30 11:45 Petrlllo, Janet Petrillo, Janet {Mianlte Revue iMidnite Revue , B. Cummin's or.lMldnlte Revue B. Cummin's or. IBevue & News Dance Parade Dance Parade Dance Parade Dance & News THURSDAY, MARCH 30 XTA* WOW Kowm mrom 6:00 INewa INewa Tower {Farm Program iSilent 6:15 {Farm Service {Aunt Sally Farm Program {Silent 6:30 {News. Lola, Joe |Mkta. of Vic. (Nowa iMusical Clock 6:45 {Lola, Joe, Mkts.|V farmers-music {Farm Program {Farm Front 7:00 INewa lAlex Ureler {Agronsky |M. Agronsky 7:15 {Roundup [Cheerful Earful {Hatchery Boys {Musical Clock 7:30 {Roundup |Ne\v» INewa Bulletin Board 7:45 {Gordon & Betty jL.yle, Don, Stan {Musical Clock IMusical Clock 8:00 {Poultry Talks. {Melody .Breakfast Club {News 8:15 {Rushing Family |A to Z Novelty {Breakfast Club {Breakfast Club 8:31) {Bible {Morning Jive .Breakfast Cluh (Breakfast Club 8:45 IBlble INewa Tower (Breakfast Club {Breakfast Club 9:00 (News 9:15 {Jessie Toung 9:30 {Jessie Young 8:45 {Open Roor {bora Lawton {Sweet River {Sweet River ISt. John, News Mean Sullivan ISingo {Helpmate {Baby Institute ITelequls •Star Playhouse {News {Your Children 10:00 'Honeymoon HllllRoad of Life {Sardl's ISardl'a 10:15 {Sucond Husband |Vlc & Sade |Sardl'» ISardi'a ,10:30 {Bright Horizon |Bravo tomorrow IMartln, News IMartyn. News 10:45 (Aunt Jenny IDavid Harum (Muse {Should be Fun 11:00 (Kate Smith 11:15 {Big Slater 11:30 {Helen Trent 11:45 {Texas Mary IHymns {George Johnson iNews {To be annc'd {Poultry Talk {Boake Carter llnstrumetual {Farm & Home jGIadyce Uayle INews Tower {Farm & Home INebraskans *12:00 (News 12:16 {Dinner Call {Life Beautiful (Baukage IMarheta |Newa 12:30 {Weather, D. Call|News Tower {Living Fun 12:45 (Markets {Noonday torumlFarm Hand (Baukhage IBabo Rhodes or. {Let's Bo . . I .... Chaimlng 1:00 (News It Farm 1:15 (Joyce Jordan {Guiding litght (RodriquezTNews IRodriquez, News (Today's chlldrenlMystery Cher {Mystery club IN UNIFORM Warren Junior Snook, seaman first class, has. been sent to Hollywood, Fla., for advanced aerial gunnery training upon completion of aviation radio and radar training at Memphis, Tenn. Snook, son of Mr. aiid Mrs. VV. A. Snook, has been in the navy since graduation from VVymore 'high school last June. . y « Visits Friends Don Johnson, electrician's mate, U. S, N., formerly of this city, is here on leave. He served on the flagship of the naval force at the landing at Tarawa and Kwa- jalein, and at Abemama and Roi. His parents moved from Beatrice to California several years a.go. V 1:30 ILove and Learn Llghi ot World [Ladles be seaud Ladles be seated 1:45 (Jessie Young IJudy and Jane {Ladies be seated {Ladies be, seated 2:00 (Mary Marlln 2:16 IJJr. Malone 2:30 IBilly Dean 2:45 ILols and Joe Women of Amer {Morton Downey {Downey, songs Ma Perkins 'My True Story (My True Story Pepper Young 'My True Story (My True Story Right to happi. {Touring Town {Jack Little 3:00 {Matinee Backstage wtf« {Blue Frolics 3:15 {Matinee & News Stella Dallas' [Blue Frolics 3:30 {Our Gal Sunday (Lorenzo Jones (View News 3:45 (Texas Mary {Widder Brown INews (Blue Frolics {Blue t'rr-lics ("Time" News |Book Nook newt 4:00 {News 4:16 (Polka Band 4:30 (Polka Band 4:45 (Amer. Women IGlrl Marries (Portia IJust Bill (Front Page IKevuo (Miller Park ISea Hound Dick Tracy {Fun with Dunn {Fun with Dunn ISitiK Along IDIck Tracy 5:00 {Gordon & Betty {Goldbergs ITerry & Pirates {Terry & tMrat«s 6:15 {Superman IMusical cocktalUNew* & Sports {Hop Harrlgan 5:30 (Voices Four (New Tower IJack Armstrong {Jack Armsironp 6:45 World Today INews ICnpt. MldnlKht (Advent, In book 6:00 INews 6:15 [John Nesblt 6:30 I Lost Persons 6:45 ILost Persons {Fred Waring INnws of World {Bob Burns I Boh Burns INews INews ]No Guest Stars {Dinner Music (Coast/Guard bd'"KiKhtlnK— {Chester Bowles Coast (iuard* 7:00 [Suspense 7:15 (Suspense 7:30 {Death Valley 7:451 and News Fany Brlce . IMuslc and Morgan {Music Aldrlch Family iSign off Aldrtcb Family I IKIelson, News ILunv and Abiift [Army Air basa lArmy Air base 8:00 (Major Bowes 8:15 (Major Bowes 8:30 (Dinah Shore , 8:45 (Dinah Shore IBin* Crosby .Bins Crosby Davis & Haley IDavis & Haley IHenlter. News IBelieve It or not ISnoillKht hancla IBands & St^ry 9:00 (First Line 9:15 {First Line 9:30 ITo Romance 9:45 (To Romance {Abbott and . . I ... Costello IMarch of Time (March of Time 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 Love a mystery INewa Wbbm program ISports Parade Wbbm t>rbtcrarn {Those We Love Wbbm program IThose We Love (Fulton Lewis (Our Boys (Arthur Hale iSar Parade INewn Moo E, Brown Joo E. Brown Dance Parade 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 iThe Little Show! {N'ews & Revue I Clevelandalres Clevelandaires Bill Snyder or.lMldninht revue I Bill Snyder or.lMldnlght revue IDance Parade {Dance Parade IDance Parade [Dance & News La Verne Upton, son of Mrs Eleanor J. Upton, 1513 East Court has been spending a seven day fur lough at home on completion o basic training at Camp Roberts Calif. Before entering the service he was employed at the Victorj theater. Coming Home on Leave < " David Ubben.i son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ubben, 703 South Tenth street, sends his parents a vire from Seattle that he leaves .here Wednedsay to spend a fur- ough at home. He has served 22 months in the north" Pacific, recently was in the Aleutians. His jrother, Bill, is with a submarine •epair unit in Australia. Another jrother, Melvin Rex, is an instructor in radio and radar in California and has had two years overseas service. \T___ Odell Man Returns to Camp Sgt. Don R. Wehling returned ,o Richmond, Va., after spending a week with his mother, Mrs. Vem Wehling, Don was recently .ransferred from Washington. D. to the army air base near Richmond. Government ^ay Seizfe * Corn To Work Plants ftlDGEFIELD PARK, N. J., March 29 may Sgt. Paul L. Harvey, son of Sadie Sandrock of Beatrice, has been stationed in Great Britain since last August as an electrician at an air base. Airs. Sandrock received a cablegram recently from her son extending birthday greetings. Sgt. Harvey's father was killed in World War I. • Wilber The government _ to seize corn on farms 'in order to keep the corn refin- ', ing industry operating, Vice Pres- ;ident Frank H. Hall of the Corn Products Refining company said yesterday at the firm's annual ' meeting. ! Only a few days' supply of corn remains at the company's Argo and Peking, 111., plants and the Kansas City plant closed last Week, Hall said. Besides seizure of corn he suggested an increase in corn ceiling-prices, a lower hog- price ceiling'or a subsidy to the farmer aa alternative means of assuring corn needed for production of vital war and essential civilian products. "It is too soon," he said, "to know whether or not "the recent war food administration set-aside order will actually mean more corn for industry." DOWNS ENEMY LONDON. UK— Lt. Raymond Demers of Sunol, Neb., destroyed one enemy plane and damaged two other when' the Mustang fighter group of which he is a member attacked nazi air fields in Europe Tuesday. MUSIC CL1KI c6mtnittee ;; i Midland college anrttial music ic here April l, said abotit dents from 14 NebrisR schools plan to participate. entered BO far are Monroe, J ton, Plattamouth, • Hooper, Bend, Clarkson, Mead, " Bluffs, Oaklaria, Silver Uehling, Decatur, Kramer ' Tuberculosis, which 40 ago was the most frequent 6'au8ft« of death, now has dropped eighth' place In the United Fvt. Clarence Schank, son ot Mr. and Mrs. August Schank, 630 West Mary, recently made "Expert" on the machine gun, scoring among the best shot* in bin company at the armored replacement training .center, .Fort Knox, Ky. He is in basic training at Fort Knox. -—V— • - •'' • , After 23 strenuous months overseas, Raymond W. Reier, car- j penter second class in the navy ' seabecs, is here from the south Pacific where he has seen service he is not permitted, by navy rules to discuss. He is visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Reier *J 512 North Penner street, West Beatrice, on a 30-day leave and has to return to duty about April 8. This is his first ... leave the 4-H WIN??ER WINS CONTEST 12:00 INews IRevu* * News LINCOLN, March 29 WP)—Dan Gengenbach, 21-year-old Perkins county 4-H club member who was recently named 1943 Nebraska champion, today was announced as winner of a $50 war bond from the Republic Steel-corporation in an essay contest. CHOOSE THE SMART WEARABLES FOR EASTER MIRIAM KEES SHOP 605 COURT Easter STEINMEYER BLDG. E-* •v "Famous Gage enchanting little half hats banked with flowerjs, Dutch Caps, Beryls and brims. $10.95 and up Costume Jewelry Hals Large or small — we have the prettiest hats of all! Headliners fqr spring thru summer— have yours now. Si?es up to and including 24-in. $2.95 and upr Clever Neckwear Mrs. Julian Bors of Des Moines, Iowa, arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. V. Bors Wednesday evening for an indefinite stay while her husband is in the armed forces. Mrs. Frank Gladowski of Howells was called to Wilber by the death of her aunt, Mrs. Frances Kreshel who was buried Monday Ensign and Mfs. John Havranek, who had been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Havranek will await orders for active duty. Ensign Havranek, who will soon have five years of navy- life to his credit, is being 'trans- ferred-ffom Bremerton, Washington to Virginia. Entertains Club Mrs, Stanley Sochor was hostess to the bridge club at her home Monday evening. Prizes for the evening were won by Mrs. Emil Stehlik and Mrs. Fred Kotouc. The hostess served refreshments after cards. Mrs. Willis Skrdla,' who had been visiting at the Emil Skrdla home, returned to Washington, D. C. Sunday where she is employed in the Bureau of Standards. A. W. Fridrich, Red Cross chairman of Wilber precinct reports that $1,100 has been collected up to date, unsolicited. Mrs. E. E. Shimonek, who had spent the past six weeks in Ho- komis, Fla., with her niece and her husband, Cpl. and Mrs. Melvin Snyder, returned to her home Sunday. This week she left for Howells where she will attend the M-I-N-K band clinic. Her son, Supt. John Shiminek is bandmaster and chairman of the clinic. Sells Home JJhe residence of Mrs. Victor Fictum and occupied by her parents, Mr. and Mrs 1 . Joseph Hubka, in the north part of the city »vas purchased by Rev. Jerome Pokorny, consideration, $1,900. The three high club and one uest, Mrs. Otto Novak,'' met at :he home of Mrs. Leon Wanek, Wednesday evening, as guests of Mrs. James Kohel. High scores were held by Mrs. J. A, Prochaska, Mrs. Lawrence Dorman and Mrs. Adrian Zikmund. Refreshments were served by the hostess after cards. Pvt. Bennie ChrastU left for old home town in 2 J / 2 years, and it is surprising, he says, to come back to the good old U. S. A., where women still wear shoes—and nice ones too. He has been in islands of the sea, where native girls go barefooted, and are not as beautiful as they are in the South Sea movies; where the natives want to swap tropical fruits and fish for novelty articles or for almost anything made in America. . Natives Friendly • Nevertheless, the natives are friendly, and will sometimes let you taste of yams, roasted in hot- coal fires, or eat paw-paws, which grow to the size of a muskmelon, I in clusters of six or eight, on ' trees. Bananas are put into cloth sacks to keep flies and -insects away. ; Radios have been sent over by the Red Cross, he says, to groups of Seabees for their enjoyment during off-work hours. The heavy static often make them hard to listen to, but they are much appreciated, anyway; Torrents of Rain Waterproof hammocks, with top covers, strung between cocoanut trees, are a newly received item of better equipment for service in jungles, Raymond says. And when it rains in those places, th€ heavens really open up and let the torrents issue forth; It took three months or more for the Beatrice Sun to reach some of his stations, but it was still good news from home and plenty interesting. He has assisted in much important construction work and helped build air bases in distant corners of .the earth. APPEALING NEW EASTER DRESSES Dresses with charm that make you cling to them through the seasons. The best fabrics make them, the finest designers create them.' $2.95 to.$29.95 Miriam geey Shop -• »<, \ ^ >^ I { '" * * * r BEATHICB Liberty Camp -White, Oregon, Wednesday after a visit with his sister, Mrs. Vaclav' Delrnl and husband. Pvt, Chrastil was stationed at the same camp as Eddie . Shimerda in the Aleutians. S/Sgt. Wencil Schleis, right waist gunner on the ship, "Rosemary 11" of the Eighth AAF Flying Fortress in England has been awarded the Air Medal for exceptionally meritprius .achievement while participating in five separate bomber combat missions over enemy occupied Europe,, S/Sgt. Sculeis' wife and son are making their home in Wilber for the duration. Scrap Drive Both the Boy Scouts and the Cub Scouts are collecting paper and tin cans, Saturday. The boys are eager to make a fine showing and this is an opportunity to give that accumulated pile of, papers and tin cans to a 'good cause. Mrs. William L. Zednlk was mond. > hostess to the M. G. R. card club at her home, Thursday evening.. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Frank Wanek and Mrs. Louis Tr- niit. The hostess served refresh-', ments at the close of, the evening. . HOLD LAST-BITES ' BIG SPRINGS .(ff)— Funeral services were held Tuesday, for Lt, Lyle R. Jenseir*~of Big Springs, who was killed in a plane crash at El Paso, Tex,, last Thursday night. Lt. . Jensen was the son of A, L. On Furlough 7 Alva Moore is home on a 15- day furlough from Clovis, New Mexico. He was met in Topeka, Kana., by his wife and Mr. >and Mrs. Darrell Dean; Searcey. '.».r : Miss Thedora Balder from ,St; Elizabeth hospital in Lincoln spent a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Balcer and Ir- ene, '. - • • ': ' / •-:.-'. -.,. ' ; Mr. ana Mrs. Hubert Maguire and daughters of Blue Springs were Sunday visitors with Hubert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Del- Bert Maguire. Carl Hartman surprised his parents Mr. and Mrs, Tom Hartman by coming .home on a ten day furlough from Camp Granite, .Calif. He will report to Camp Cai'son, Colo,, April 3rd. Jensen, fprmer .chant, -, • ' the s Big S ••'' -" Springs nver- " Ratproofing of ships has be come such an effective art -that those built to ratproofing specifications do not have to be fumigated to destroy rats. HEALTH QUIZ TM NO Hi yft hm H*r difistiNT D D DoymfNlbidicbyittifutio|?n D Di]fM|itMiriripMtiisHyT D D ,1 Now everyone know* that to get the good out ot the food you eat—you must digest it properly. But wh»t most people don't know is that Nature must produce about two pints of the digestive juice—liver bile—each day to help digest your foot}. It Nature fails—your food may remain undigested—lie sour and heavy in your digestive tract. « , . . • Thus, it is simple to see that one way to aid digestion is to increase the flow ol liver bile. Now,-Carter's Litti* Liver . Pills start to increase,this flow quickly i for thousands-- of ten in as lit tie as thirty ' minutes. When bile flow Increases, your, digestion may improve. And, soon you'r*, on the road to feeling better—which !• what you're after, Don'Mepend^onsTtlftcisUIfctoeoiu*- twwt indigestion—when Carter's «id, digestion alter Nature'sown order, when taken aai directed^ Qe| Carter's Little , T.ilSO* PIIU tnj.tril.t. .-...J-. ~t »J Liver today— THOMPSON'S for every point and dollar. Plan your menus, make a list Budget your points and your money to get the most then study the prices before buying. Today the practical shopper is the wise shopper. DELIVERY SCHEDULE TUESDAY ^JHURSDAY - SATURDAY No Orders Alter 1Z Noon, Please. RATION CALENDAR Sugar stamp 30, book 4, good for 5-lbs. canning sugar} stamp 40, book 4, Feb. 1, 1945.- ' ,' Canned goods: Blue 8A-8B-8C-8D-8E in book 4, ten points each, are good now. Meat, fats: Red A8-B8-C8-D8-E8-F8-G8-H8-J8, in book 4, ten points, are good now, ' '' HAMS Swift's Premium CERTIFIED 3Pts. Lb. ...32c PICNICS LB. Gingersnaps 2 Pounds FIG BARS u.25* SANDWICH COOKIES u 190 COFFEE, 1 , 1 :,', 1 ,^ ,,32e MIRACLE WHIP r, 29e RELLISH, Ever Best, Sweet Vegetable, finest flavor.Lb. SYRUP "it 390 MICCCC Red * whit * 4Ait wUrrCC nation finest LhOWB EARLY RISER "-""rr'Lb. 220 BREAKFAST WNEATIES PEP KRISPIES RAISIN BRAN CREAM OF WHEAT 25e ALL BRAN ......& SOAP RED & WHITE 4 LARGE BARS NAPHTHA No 2«/ 2 Tin ^ 100) I GREEN BEANS 19e|| TOMATOES,,, NO *t. Cans CORN 8Pts PEAS arts RINSOOR OXYDOL Pineapple - Fruit Cocktail • Pears - Plums - Gooseberries - Pumpkin BLAND '•S QUALITY MEAT? NO POINTS FORALLBAKING AND PRYING Fully Guaranteed 2 •.V* mf Lbs. R & W Seasoning. Lb. Fresh, meaty 1 Pt Lb. GROUND BEEF 1 ,;;, PURE FRESH, 3 Pts. PORK SAUSAGE SPARE RIBS PORKNEARTST 11 ™" BRAINS No Points OXTAILS NECK BONES PORK ROASTS Lb. 450 2 Pts Lb. No Points Lb OR FEET No Pts, .. Fresh, lean Z Pts Lb. 190 Lb 70 BACON Swift's Premium Pkg. ¥A MEAT LOAF, SWIFTS PREMIUM MAC & CHEESE, PICKLE & PIMENTO^ OR OLD FASHIONED LOAF „ 2 Poitns Lb PORK CHOPS CENTER LB 330; END CUTS 290 LB. STEAK S 1 ^;* ^390 PLATE BOIL,«. 2 Lb . BEEF ROAST,ir v ,, BOLOGNAS? : u, 28c 3 pound Jar NO POINT ITEMS L_ LBS. 25 AND 15 POINTS FRUITS * Fancy Calif. Sunkist RHUBARB, .Fancy Calif. Lb. 23c GRAPEFRUIT, Te^as Lb. 7c RADISHES, extra fine 3 bun. 19c TURNIPS or BEETS, 2 bun. 19c CABBAGE, New crop ....'.,.. Lb. Sis, CARHQTS, Fancy Calif, 2 Shallotts, Gr. Onions;, Cauliflower js&masR

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