The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas on September 11, 1952 · Page 6
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The Leavenworth Times from Leavenworth, Kansas · Page 6

Leavenworth, Kansas
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Thursday, September 11, 1952
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Six THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES, Thursday Evening, September 11,1952. Reporting to Fort Leavenworth for duty at the Army Hospital are Capt. Veronica Buser, who is being re-assigned from Far East Command; and Second Lt. Elinor Ruhl, who returned from Europe. Wanted—Experienced girl typist, full or part time. Smith Bros.— (Adv.) Richard McRoy, 525 Reese, late yesterday afternoon was riding his Lost — Leather Billfold Sat in town. Pat Malay, Ph. 2568, Re-; ward.—(Adv.) Assistant Chief Bill Lee, Lt. Ed Byrd and Patrolmen Ken Barnett and Fred Barthel at 9:40 last night visited the William Cox tav- seph Hall, FrL, Sept. 12, 8 P.M., public invited.—(Adv.) erneck spotted an enemy gun position and knocked it out with a napalm bomb. Although the antiaircraft fire was intense, he made several more runs over the target area and knocked out two more guns, killing at least 25 of the enemy. It was tha fourth decora- bicycle north on South Broadway {reception which he gave at the when he collided with a car parked I Meriden Methodist Church. There at the curb in front of No. 932. was a program with speaking and Richard suffered a bruised nose then a big feed in the church and legs. jbasement. The affair wound up en, 230 Delaware. The officers tion for ^ e Leavenworth Marine, reported they found no evidence of law violation. Help wanted: fountain girl, no experience necessary, start ?25 per wk. Apply in person to Rounder's Drive-In, 2100 S. 4th St.—(Adv.) Best - known - dog - around town: The friendly tan and white part-husky belonging to Decatur Hedges, street department em- ploye. Decatur was once a school teacher.—E.N. Sam Allen, for 31 years a rural carrier out of the Meriden office, recently retired and Sam felt so good about getting retired he invited all patrons of the route to a _ _ _.,_._,- with presentation of a purse to Ice Cream Social, 5:30 P. M., Sam ^ instructions to Sa m to . pubhc dance S:30PM.; at Lan-j d the who]e wad fo] . some . sing H,gh School Auditorium, Fri-.^ he , s begn wanting . A1]en has ^ S l Pt ^ ? Ut ' h ' K T TnS s<*ved as a county, district and Orchestra, Proceeds Band Um-| stete officel . of tte Rural Carriers He also wears the Air Medal with two Gold Stars. Captain Lough is the son of Mrs. Elizabeth Lough, RR 1. V. F. W. Post and Auxiliary party, Friday ,night, V. F. W. Home, 519 Cherokee.—(Adv.) Pvt. Ralph E. Woodward, whose wife, Vernetta, lives on RR 2, McLouth, now is on security duty with 1st Cavalry Division in Japan. His unit, one of the first to fight in Korea, currently is undergoing extensive aerial movement and amphibious training on the northernmost Japanese island of Hokkaido. It was transferred to Japan last December after 17 months of combat. Private Woodward entered the Army in October 1951. He is a former resident of RR 2, Winchester. Card and bunco party, Ladies' Auxiliary F.O.E. No. 55, St. Jo- forms.—(Adv.) Attractive Yvonne Pepper of the raven hair who used to decorate Very pink-faced that some of the cigar-store leaners and Cody Ho_ _ . _ tel watchers had' heard, she The Rotary Club yesterday sawl burned up t £ e sidewalk getting out a sound movie of the KU basketball team, showing them in t h e games which led to the national championship and the Olympics. Guests were John Yeaman and Charles Bless, Weston, and Fred Dice, Kansas City, Kas. Welcome! The opening of the Roadena Club, 743 Metro., free dance, Thurs., Sept. 11, 9 to 12 P. M., Andy Melburn and Orchestra. Fried chicken and steak our specialty.—(Adv.) About 80 officers and directors of building and loan associations in the northeast section of Kansas will hold an annual meeting in Leavenworth Oct. 10 at the country club. The two local building and loans, the Citizens Mutual and the Leavenworth Mutual, will be hosts at the luncheon. These meetings are get-togethers where general subjects of their business are discussed. When Fourth street was being oiled the other day, a pretty lil gal crossed the alley, then looked down to find oil on her pumps. Before she thought, she said a naughty little swear word out loud. of sight.—E.N. Famous "Jewel," the greatest of all coals, is rolling fresh from the mines. Order now. The Meyer :o., 4th & Choctaw, Ph. 67.— (Adv.) Arthur Jahn, Howard Jahn, Fred Meyers and Lewis Culbertson will fly to Miami next Sundayj CARBONDALE, HI. (ffl—A his-: to attend a regional super markets|torian has delved into the enter-' meeting to be held at the Miami hotel. They will return Wednesday. . If you don't' get your Times by 6:15 p. m., call 26. Give your name and address, and one will be delivered to you. Please do not call before 6:15 or later than 7 p. m. On Sundays call between 8:30 and 9:30 a. m. For a change of address call before 2 p. m. Fort Leavenworth subscribers call S. L. Olsen, Ph. Ft Leav. 22234. lookers for kicking up now and then. ENTERTAINMENT CONDEMNED ruckus.deville. But, in generST these variety theaters were found more Dr. Harold E. Briggs of Southers Illinois University searched old, books, newspapers and memoirs for details in his study. He r eports: "One of the hardest problems of any manager was that of maintaining good order. It was inevitable that the early variety theat- worthy of condemnation than of praise." RED CROP CLAIMS CONFUSING HONG KONG (ffl— Trie Chinese Communists claim spring rice and \vheat crops in Southern China in 1952 exceeded those of the previous year by 5 to 20 per cent. No tonnage figures were given. ers where liquor was served s oj The report was carried by the tainment-in variety houses of the freely were subject to drunkenness and acts of violence. "In many places the acts presented were no doubt as good as Old West and doesn't blame on-jmany offered in burlesque or vau- New China News Agency. A few days earlier the Reds complained in a Peiping dispatch that some areas were making erroneous and exaggerated crop reports. ' . Association and enjoyed a statewide acquaintance in the association. the ticket seller's booth at the _ .,., , - *_• j Hollywood, now has a selling job H ° tuSP1C ^ ??*" shnm P' fr ! ed at KPL* EN j catfish sandwiches, every Friday night. The Esplanade, 312 N. 2nd. Julius McEvoy, 789 Pottawato (Adv.) mie, last night 789 Pottawato- was stopped on South Third by Patrolman John ; Bogner and at police.headquarters, : A Leavenworth man, Capt. John Lough, Marine Corps fighter was charged with speeding. He was released on a 55'cash bond. ilot, has been awarded the Dis- inguished Flying Cross for a flight e made nearly a year ago, the ilarine Corps has announced. Al hat time he was flying a Marine ighter with the First Marine Aircraft Wing in Korea, leading mission in close support of friend y ground troops. On his first run iver the target, the Kansas Leath NICE? SHE'S A QUEEN— Jtina Sorba, 19, 'smiles- with; der light after being elected "Queen of Nice," in France. -The French Riviera has become infected with the American queen-of- this-or-that fever, and the Queen of Nice is one of the nicest "symptoms" to appear so far. RICKETSON'S Fifth Ave. Mkl. 5th Ave. and Spruce CASH—CARRY—CHARGE NO DELIVERIES Hamburger ".590 Fresh Side ^ 530 Beef Sweet Breads.. '•»• 530 Pork Liver "> 350 Rice's Sausage..... N"cuer Wieners. "690 U. S. Good T-Bone Steak " $1.15 U. S. Good Steak— Sirloin "980 Lean Ground Beef. "• 790 Fresh Italian Idaho Prunes. Juice Oranges ^250 Fancy Lettuce «*«* 220 Tokay Grapes "180 Jelly «*• 390 Leavenworth Bread 2 Joaves 250 G&H Sugar 10 "*990 Reynold's Aluminum Foil Wrap «* 330, Lb. YOUNG BAKERS STEWING HENS FANCY FRYERS Fresh Dressed! Free Delivery! GRAPE'S POULTRY MARKET Phone 1030 729 Shawnee Both Our Stores Air - Conditioned! FOR YOUR SHOPPING COMFORT OPEN NITES ™ 9™ GOOD EVENING! Sure is nice to shop or work in an AIR-CONDITIONED STORE. Everything keeps so much better when it is 74 degrees in the store. Just drive up to our store and park with ease. Don't walk a block or two through the traffic, and embarass yourself by going in a store and asking them for change to park. You don't have all these worries when you trade at JAHN SUPER MARTS, we take your money and keep it in LEAVENWORTH by spending it right back with you. This week we are offering FOLGER'S COFFEE AND BUTTER-NUT AT 84c lb.; MIRACLE WHIP AT 49c QT.; PARKAY OLEO AT 27c lb., 4 Ibs. 99c; CRISCO IS A REAL BUY AT 79c on the three pound size; C & H PURE CANE SUGAR IS A GOOD BUY AT $1.05, or 60 lb. sack for $6.30, this is best for canning. Don't forget to shop our complete meat and vegetable DEPARTMENTS — you will find the finest in every variety and at prices you can afford to pay. Well See You Again T h i s W e e k. Heinz Ketchup - 23 C XTcE S Creai ream y 2 -Gat Your— f*f\Q Favorite BJ^J Flavors ^* ** jj ^ * Kleenex 2pk g s. § t i *%f+ +** WE GLAD1Y CASH YOUR PAYROLL CHECKS! COOKY -—390 CHOCOLATE CANDIES / CIGARETTES $1.98 Golden Crust 3 Loaves BREAD (White) Friday and Saturday , Store No. 1 Fourth and Spruce WE DONT M££T Pff/CfS - t¥£ MAKE THEM W-OwENTv CP PR6E PAtU'NG SPACE Store No. 2 Seventh and Kiowa HELPS YOU SAVE IN OUR CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE - 82 *2eatwie Royal Guest CATSUP 2 B ° tties 33 Cal-Top Peaches 4 No. 2 y 2 $4 Cans • Half-price Sale! Pillsbury's CAKE MIX 2 rkgs. 56c Extra Standard Tomatoes . 2 33 Gold Medal Flour Half Slices—Hillsdale Hawaiian 10 89 •Miracle Whip SALAD DRESSING 49c Quart Jar Pineapple. .2 53 IGA PORK& BEANS Cans \ Heinz Ba k y Foods 4. 35c KARO SYRUP 1 . iv-Lb. Glass 2k Pork Roast Boston Butts. Nearly bone- Lb> less! 49 Fresh, Lftm, Extra Quality GROUND BEEF u49c Fresh, First Quality HENS Lb. 49c End Cut PORK CHOPS Lb 55c U. S. Govt. Choice Graded CHUCK ROAST Lb 63c Armour's Star, Tray Packed SLICED BACON Lb 67c Red Schoolhouse I mmm 4% 300-sheet fft m Morshmallows 2j£3lc [Kleenex 3 »> 69c p Tomatoes Fancy, Home-grown U. S. No. 1 Colorado Red 3-25 FRESH POTATOES 10 SEEDLESS GRAPES 2. 25c IDAHO ITALIA* California BARRETT PEARS - 10c .PRUNES No. 1 quality, in %-bushels, for canning or freezing! Use Our Big, Free, All-weather Parking Lot! Open Friday and Saturday Nights Till 9! POSSIBLE PRICES 7th. & PAWNEE

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