The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 4, 1952 · Page 7
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 7

Leavenworth, Kansas
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Thursday, September 4, 1952
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START BETTER-BREAKFAST HABIT other after the suggested that Copyright 1949, The Kroger Co. FATHER AND SOX BREAKFAST is made up of fruit juice, cereal, muffins, butter or margarine, and milk for basically good eating. BY GAYNOR MADDOX , A nation-wide study reveals that over 90 per cent of breakfasts are eaten at home — more than an> other meal. But other reliable surveys tell the unhappy story of too many of us eating an insufficient breakfast, or, in many cases, none at all. Appetites perk up when 'he family eats breakfast together. So if school and work schedules permit, gather around the breakfast table together. Then the job of setting the pace for good breakfast eating is up to the parents. The majority of poor breakfast habits of adolescents and adults can be traced directly to those formed in early childhood. Manj nutritionists say that forming the habit of eating a good breakfast during the early years is more important for a child than learning the habit of washing his face brushing his teeth, and tying his own shoe laces. Good breakfast habits are really good living habits that pay off in health and stability. The conscientious homemaker's responsibility is not only to serve an attractive and good-to-eat breakfast seven days a week, but also as the hostess at table, to maintain a pleasant atmosphere. Breakfast is not only the time for refueling the body, but also a time for an emotional refueling when the whole family gathers together. Here are some main-dish ideas for breakfast that will appeal to the whole family: Oatmeal Casserole: Place 2 cups rolled oats, uncooked, and 1 teaspoon salt in a lV»-quart baking dish. Pour 2 cups milk and 2 cups water over oats. Cover and bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees F.) 20 to 25 minutes. Top with a i cup brown sugar and ^i cup coconut; place in broiler a few minutes to toast. This will serve 4 to 6. Apple Treat: After 4 servings of hot cereal, either oatmeal, farina, or whole wheat cereal, have thickened, add I 1 /-: cups chopped peeled apples and a dash of nutmeg. Cover and turn heat down very low. Cook about 20 minutes, stirring oc- cassionally. Serve with milk and sugar. Negotiators Still Busy Recessing grounds." MUNSAN, Korea (ffl — Korean armistice negotiators Thursday ended one recess and called an-j RO y E _ CHUFF :"the world will have discovered once again and beyond any doubt the futility of attempting to nego- Muncie Cemetery. Pallbearers tiate with Communists on anykvere Ernest Sutlief, Ray Surritt, reasonable and honorable I James Chandlee, Paul Welch, Pat Methodist Church, officiated. Bur-;THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Thursday Evening, September 4,1952. ial was in the family lot in Mount ' ~ — Muncie Cemetery. U. N. command the Communists really don't want to end the fighting. The delegates met for 51 minutes at Panmunjom in their first session since Aug. 27. No progress was reported. The Reds agreed to a U. N. request for a recesss until Sept.' 12, the sixth straight recess in the on-again, off-again talks. Maj. Gen. William K. Harrison, senior Allied negotiator, told the Communists "there is a widely- rield suspicion that you do not dean armistice and that your negotiations are mere camouflage to conceal your real purpose to continue the conflict. "If this suspicion ultimately proves to be true," Harrison added Funeral service for Roy E. Chupp, 69, who lived at 807 Shoemaker and died Sept. 2, was this afternoon at the Davis Funeral Church.-The Rev. Alice C. Sutton, Ryan and William Benton. According to the current Geneva Convention, signed in 1949, it is forbidden to insult or humiliate prisoners of war, or to take from them their personal property, their pastor of the Michigan Avenue decorations or the insignia of rank. Another Delicious Saturday Special from Schrey's: Apfel Kuchen (German Apple Cake) (f^g.""--o "~ 2 9 * SCHREY'S BAKERY ath and Miami Streets Phone 16 Mrs. Murray Dies In Nortonville Mrs. Jennie Murray, 91. formerly of Easton, died Sept. 3 in Nortonville. She had been in failing health for some time. Born March 22. 1861, at Middleton, Ind., the daughter o£ Mary and Israel Grube, she was married 1o Alexander Murray on Oct. 26, 1879. Her husband, a retired mail carrier in jEaston, died in 1932. Surviving are five children: Mrs. Clinkenbeard of the home; Edward, Raytown, Mo.; Lester Murray and Alvah Murray, Atchison; and Mrs. Clara Bane, Stockton. Another son, James, died in 1937. Also there are 22 grandchildren, 34 great grandchildren and six great great grandchildren. A daughter-in-law, Mrs. Mae Murray, lives in Leavenworth. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the Easton Baptist Church with the Rev. Do n a 1 d Gaines officiating. Burial will be in the Langley Cemetery at Easton. The Warren Funeral Home of Nortonville is in charge. SEEN HIM? — He's William Merle Martin, 42, one of the FBI's "most-wanted criminals." Search for him is now concentrated in the Los Angeles area. He is wanted in connection with the killing of an Olanthe, Kans., sheriffs deputy. Back to school this week, time to stock your Pantry Shelf. And there's nothing better .than the famous name of Libby to be sure your getting the best. Be sure you're buying at lowest prices, buy Libby items at Kroger's! Libby's healthful, refreshing, save lOc TOMATO JUICE 6 $175 Libby's garden sweet, small, save up to 7c SWEET PEAS 6 Libby's fresh tasting, new pack! Save 7c LIMA BEANS 6 Libby's slices or halves, save up to 8c, new pack PEACHES 6 Cans Cans Cans $109 $1J5 $175 Hillsdale, a favorite, sliced, buy now! SAVE UP PINEAPPLE Kroger's own, Save up to lOc now! TOlGc 3 3 2 3 4 46-oz. Cans 303 Cans 303 Cans No. 2% Cans No. 2 Cans 89c 55c 49c 89c $1 STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 3 $1 A delicious Kroger Blend, Save up to 8c now! SPOTLIGHT COFFEE -77c For baby or cooking, a value! KROGER MILK Redeem Your Coupons Here! TIDE Coupon Your Choice Chocolate, white or Yellow Lge. Box 20c; P1LLSBURY CAKE MIXES - 38c Kroger Fruit New Pack No. 2% Cans Tomatoes 2 303 Cans $1 33c I2 Ba 19c Brook's Spicy CATSUP Chases' Finest Assorted CANDIES Ce ,,oB, 6 Store Hours: Fri. and Sat. 9 till 8 PM 12-oz. 29,. Genuine VEAL SALE Tender, juicy veal from milk-fed calves. Finest U.S. Grades. All Kroger cut with excess fat and bone removed before weighing! Lb. 98 GROUND BEEF L 59e The best that can be made! Sirloin Steak Chuck Roast Lb 59c | Rib Chops Lb 89c 39c 53c Armour's Star, 1M> Lbs. CANNED HAMS E , $1.87 Fancy quality, tender Skinless WIENERS 59c Free Shore, WHITING White Label, tray pack SLICED BACON 1%-Lb. Pkg. GENUINE, ITALIAN PRUNE V2 Bushel PLUMS 0 2 Lbs. 25c •• More Canning Favorifes! Colorado Bartlett, good size PEARj 29 C S ...Bushel $3.99 LEMONS Doz 49c U. S. No. 1 Red POTATOES 10 Long tender Roots CARROTS U, Mesh 60( . 2 Bch, 19c BEETS Home-grown Bright red ^ 1 Q^» Tender roots » Bchs. l«l%» lc SALE! BLU-WHITE Bluing Flakes Tr PERFEX Super Cleaner "Fast way 10-oz. to clean! Pkg. 21c E-Z Way Starch Ready Quart to use! Bottle M* • All-Purpose Shortening Special Offer ^ Lb. Trft_ / "C at Store! Can Colorado, Yellow Cling Elberta Washington, Full-Ripe BartSett Pears Thompson, Sweet, Seedless Grapes Tree-Ripe, Flavorful California, Juicy Oranges 14-Lb. Box 25' 12-Lb. Box 48-Size, Crisp, Garden-Fresh Head Lettuce., 30-Sixe, Tender, Crisp Pascal Celery. Garden-Fresh, Crisp Sweet Carrots. Libby's Fresh Frozen Peas Large Stalk Lb. 23' 15' 23« 5-7 Lb. Avg., Fully Cooked Hickory Smoked, Sugar Cured Super-Right, Freshly Ground Ground Beef.. Fresh, Lean Pork 39 59 e - Fish & Sea Food* • 1st Rib Portion Lt> (1st Loin Portion, Lb. 59c) 49' Fancy Smoked Bacon Squares. -25 C Economical, Lean, Plate Fresh-Frozen, Red Salmon Steaks Pan-Ready, Fresh-Fitweii Halibut Steak. No Waste, Frozen, Ocean 29° Perch Fillets. HERSHEY Candy Bars 89 C I Lb. -.59* *49« iK38« Box of 24 Pea, Asparagus, or Cream of Celery Caupbeii's Soup . 2 Beef Noodle, Chicken, or Vegetable Beef Campbell's Soup . 2 Sultana, Smooth & Creamy Peanut Butter . . . Ann Page, Tangy, Tasty Sandwich Spread . . Ann Page, Strawberry Cant Cant I-Lb. Jar Pint I2-Ox. Jar 27' 35' 43' 31° 25' Crisp & Flaky, Premium Soda Crackers l-Lb. Box TREND DETERGENT The New Popular Detergent Large Box AJAX Popular Household Cleanser 2 H-Oz. Pkgs. Popular Laundry Starch LIMIT STARCH 12-0r. Box I3c CUT-RITE Waxed Paper 125-Ft. Roll Upton's FROSTY DESSERT Mix Chocolate or Vanilla 4-Oz. Pkg JOY DETERGENT Popular Liquid Detergent 7-Oz. Bottle N1BLETS CORN Whole Kernel 2 12-oz- Cans Gerber's Strained BABY FOODS 4'/2-Oz. Cans 23« Popular Luncheon Meat Hormel Spam Franco-American Brand Spaghetti . . 12-Oz. Tin Sultana Brand, Delicious Fruit Cocktail lona. Full Standard Quality Tomato Juice lona Brand, Garden-Fresh Sweet -Peas . 2 3 15V4-0.. Cam No. 2 >/2 Cam 2 46-0*. Cam 45« 29* SJOO 49» All prices effective through September 6th

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