Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 4, 1962 · Page 22
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DAYS CREAM COTTAGE Meadow Gold -j- All Flavors . Cdlton Glen Maid Pint Dairy Fresh Cdlton BEST The Whole Egg Mayonnaise ORANGE JUICE CHUNK TUNA Frozen MCP White Star 6-oz Cans 6'/2-OZ Cans SWIFT EXTRA LARGE GRADE AA Dozen BUTTER Red Ribbon 1st Quality Mb Package All Purpose ; Shortening No sales to dealers Limit rights reservec SIRLOIN STEAK r~ "^ ' STANDING RIB ROAST BOTTOM ROUND CROSS RIB ROAST · Properly Aged U5DA Choice Oven Ready Easy to Carve Boneless - USDA Choice Steaks or Roasts USDA Choice Boneless Purity Trimmed, USDA Choice TOP ROUND Boneless Steaks or Roasts SIRLOIN TIP Bonelew,. Lean, Oven-ready NEW AT PURITY! STUFFED JR. TURKEYS Flash-Frozen with PEPPERIDGE FARM Herb Seasoned Stuffing It's Cook-Out time Again! BARBECUES Big Boy Family Size, heavy duty deep fire bowl with hood and chrome plated grill, crank type adjuster, including electric spit. . . Save at Purity! HOODED MODEL HOODED OVEN MODEL CHARCOAL Royal Oak High burning Briquets Long Lasting . . . Easy Starting! CHUCK STEAK 59 Excellent for grilling GROUND CHUCK*69' Fresh, Extra Lean, USDA Choice STEWING BEEF 35 Boneless, lean cubes GROUND BEEF Lean, tasty blend FLASH-FROZEN PURITY FRYING CHICKEN FRYER BREASTS SAVE ON GRADE A CHICKEN IB SLICED BACON THICK BACON FRANKS BEEF STEAKS LUNCH MEAT Armour Star Reg Sliced Armour Star Sliced Swift's Premium New Improved Pkg Mb Pkg 59' 2 -H r\Qt Pkg /fj Mb Pkg Buttered Frozen 49 f ? 49 12- P HUMBOLDT STANDARD Wed., April 4, 1962, Page 23 Ends School SP/5 Leslie G. Brown, son of Mrs. Fern E. Daggett, Maple Creek Road, recently w a s graduated from the Seventh Army NCO. academy i n Bad Tolz, Germany. Brown is a 1954 graduate of East Bakersfield H i g h school i n Bakersfield, a n d attended Bakersfield College. Before entering the Army, B r o w n was em- p l o y e d as a laboratory technician. Recreation Highlights Thursday, April 5, 19C2 Ross. Hammond. 20-30 and Carson Playgrounds open from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. -- weather permitting. Arts and crafts program at 20-30 Playground -- 3:30 p.m. to 5:00- p.m. · Folk Dancing -- 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. -- Marshall School. · Teen Club -- 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. -- William Carson Building. Swimming -- 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., families; 9:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. -- adults only -- Eureka High School Pool. Burl Players -- 7:30 p.m. -William Carson Building. Girls Basketball League -- 4:00 p.m. -- Municipal Auditorium -Do-Bees vs. Dukes. Humboldt Stamp Club -- 7:30 p.m. -- Ryan Memorial Building -- Room 3. County Receives $61,300 In lax From Highways SACRAMENTO -- State Controller Alan Cranston today announced the apportionment of $28,425,319 from the Highway Users Tax Fund among the State,, cities and counties. The Controller said the State's share of the March apportionment was $18,574,275, to be spent on highways: The counties received, $7,122,400, and $2,728,1538 went into the State Highway Fund for cities. Humboldt County's share was^ ?6US8.!)7, Cranston said. The apportionment was derived from the gasoline tax, $20,194,927; the diesel fuel tax, $1.253,401; by transfer from the Motor Vehicle Transportation Tax Fund, $976, 859, and f r o m miscellaneous sources, $132. NOT ONLY INDIANS The cigar store Indian was not Ihe only figure to be used out,, side tobacco shops. Such figures, also included likenesses of John' Bull, Uncle Sam. a dandy to draw the dandy trade and. in Snghind. a Scotsman in kilts. Some figures of Scotsmen were ised even in America to adver-' ise tobacco. £ 33 LEMON JUICE MCP Concentrate * sv, -oi 22* * Cant *· CLAM CHOWDER Snow Brand ,5o,37c Can DIAPER SWEET p£H. 39" BEADS 0' BLEACH Handy Size 18-or A-lf Packagt "" SHASTA DRINKS Low Calories - All Flavors 6 !£ 69* WINE VINEGAR Italian Kitchen WATER SOFTENER Rain Drops DUTCH CLEANSER Pine Fresh 2 21-0. A-t? Cam ~ 1 I A s c o l a n o O L I V E S Ascolano variety olives are famous lor their siie, tenderness and rich, nul-like flavor. They have more olive meat in relation Ip pit than any other canned ripe olive variety, (tciiember Obcrti -- It's the BIG olivcl Write lor FREE colorful, illustrated olive recipe booklet. O B E R T I O L I V E CO. . oi iflxMs';,'.·''· ifDiJiAur.

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