The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas on February 3, 1942 · Page 6
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The Hutchinson News from Hutchinson, Kansas · Page 6

Hutchinson, Kansas
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Tuesday, February 3, 1942
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PAGE SIX Place 37 Men In Class 1-A Bnnrd Twn Announces NCH - Drnfl List Thirty-soven potential yoldirrs —class I-A men— and four others who will be in the same classification if they pass the physical cs.- nmiriHtinns arc among thr recent clarifications and reclassifications nf the Reno county No. 2 draft boarrl. The pa me li?t includes one I-B man. four in I-C. one in IJ-A and 10 in class IV-F. , The classifications: ( ln«* l-A MR—Clyde Eu^nR Hftrkworih. JC(ck*r* fi.'ii —Ethvfn GforE* M'sncrman. 'JU K«*l Recrr. •^ — HUIJJim M*«ry Prion. JO *VMt Bfjt- RIO —Alirrri L*v:\f. ,1nhni >'»n, Plrrtlnc S2.V- Warren rim Cnykrnrlnii, 220 East Ph* 1 rman Ml -Mlthiirn Orvllle TftydT. 412 Third. J»S<! .-RofifTt Jfidrh^nn MO .Vnr!h tv.r-Ur. !)Pu~-William Alexander Mow ait, 104 North Walnut inni_Hon-tirt) l,tp Mahon^y, .123 K«*t 1112—W. R. Story Jr.. ft 12 EMl Fourth. H.M —pnn rnr( View. "It Third. Albert Dean rcarr*. 202 Ea*t A• 115P—Jumfc Hffr/Ti^n Johnnton, A2* W'Mt' h. I )2M—CMrfnce Alh*rt Walt. 1143 East A. 12?^Pnmuiil KuKfriP Martin, loo Went U. 172R—Bernard William Bower. Hftva. 202-A—Jep'e Paul Vermillion. PWt Ea»t A. P -2S1 -A —I-^rny Carrl, IlOft W»»t TV 4SS>—Orrle Lin Murrv. ."10 Nnrth Miplf. MU—William Oti#n CMvm. 200 G .i ftin— narnld Earl Kenvood, POl North fill — rrirli" A. Fry. 9 KaM Carpenter. MR—George Andrew SprooJe. 2)3 Ea*l Second. ,«.fi«>2— Marvin l-/"rn Owen.*. Eait F. fins—Herbert Manrfy Miller. South Hutchinson, F.«rl F,Mer, 401 \V*fi Hhfrrrtan. fi28—Walter Wilson. R2T East F. (\S7—Guy Joseph EMrHtp*. fcW East G. MS—Verl Rupeeil Zent. Wichita. £00—Lawrence JuVu* roMroan. 219 ! i East Sfc^n't. 9S7-A —Theodore William Bausn, 927 East Second. inss—Rnymond Windell Thorna*. 427 Eiwl E. 110ft—Gerald Leroy White, St. Joseph, Mn. 1222-A—Louis Cea*ar Martin, MR West O. 12S1— Benjamin Franklin Harrison Jr.. 3)7 Wf*t F. S-137S—Vnnduv&ll flroudus Clark. Wood- havrn hni^j, (lane I Ip^ndtnr ph>»tr«f ri.ji mlna if on) S-2R0—Clarence Joe pel Forpe, Penver. Colo. Longer Lunch Hour Likely H, S. Students Lack Time At t'fcucnt QUAKER QUITS CHURCH TO REGISTER—Charles Sat- tcrthwall, a life-long Quaker, resigned from Hie Society of Friends at Landsdon-ne, Pa., so that he could register for the draft February 16. A son, a conscientious objector, Is serving a federal jail sentence for refusing to register. Sattertliivalt and his wife are shown leaving the meeting at which he announced his resignation. 13S2—Jam.* Edward Gordon. no Kuijof not guilty in city court today to :;-J;-»— ~ -» E ""i ?^ h S °l P thfl a c w ^ 1729—Donald naymond May. 200 •E««t[ c ompany all( j was released on $500 I bond to appear for hearing on Krtd.rkk Te„M. 32S Well Feb. 6. Kr«hbl»l, South (la«« in 1123 . chnrlry Sherman. Clat* 1-t' Wittard Edmund lluttntnjt'in. -OKdrn Uriuvon llohbins. Mulvarf. i :i *"~Robprt Turner Sylrr. Manhattan. l^tl— Klnier Fred Earkman.- HFP *. f'la., It-A J^.M—Bnnil DeBolse Stephen. Stockton. lf>7S-A—Dan Richard Salmon. St. }o- nepl'. Mn. tfioft— Ctv .il Victor Wetcel, Santa Monica. Calif. 12tr.-Bradford Bartello Gat-cla. 323 432—Wtllard Clinton Hutchtnion, 3lfi Eaat FourLh. 720-flalph Howard wuruhj-. Z1C Boutb Plum. 7;',3— Thaler U'ltllam pavia. 211 East Second. SIS—Harry Clark Sallee, 221 «eat B. R.1fl—wminm Thomai O'Leary. 1223 East r>. P26--Tom Williamson, A29 south Plum. 11^2~Henry Allen Well*. Pratt. and 20 for S25.102.56 In January ajchicken liousc. $100; total, 33 {or year aRo. !$18,848. Permits were divided: 1 duplex, H2.S00: 11 residential repairs, $2,220; 3 business buildings, $5,800; S business repairs, $4.49. r >; 7 signs, $885; 1 moving permit. $35; 1 demolition. $25; 3 garages, $488; 1 Bicycle. Stolen Naomi Williams, 114 East Fourth, told police her bicycle was stolen from outside the public library. School children as well as others will get up before dawh when daylight savings goes into effect next Monday. The board of education decided last night to leave schools on their present schedule when clocks are turned back, which will have the effect of starting classes at what now is an hour earlier. The noon period at the hiph school, now about an hour and 10 minutes long, may be extended to an hour and a half, on suggestion of V, E. Mammcl, who said it was difficult for students to reach their homes in oytlying parts of the city since tire rationing. "It's important for them to have a good lunch, and if they are having to quit driving their cars, nn hour and 10 minutes Isn't long enough at a school serving the whole city," Mammel said. The board decided to ask Principal J. F. Gilliland to investigate January Building Involves More Cash The city building Inspector's office issued 33 permits totaling $16,848 during January, compared 1 !to 37 for $13,367.51 in December Denies Bad Check Charge Gordon A. Carter entered a plea WELCH'S DOLLAR DAY 204 NORTH MAIN 31 pairs Blue Shoes $^00 Values up to S8.75 w 21 pairs Black Patents $^00 Regular $6.50 W 45 pairs School Shoes $^00 Black and Brown—Reg. $4.00 Jm 14 pairs Joyce Play Shoes $^J95 Regular $5.95 W 24 pairs Play-exe Leisure Wedges $1 95 Brown, Rose, Blue. I for tea... or anytime— pinwheels the KARO way You've dreamed about biscuits like these — tender pinwheels with luscious fruit and sptce filling in every "curve"...They look complicated, but they're really easy to make. Treat the family to a batch tonight. apiece - ,| if, 1||fMf|l H l ? PIN WHEEL BISCUITS i 2 cups all-purpose flour 3 tablespoons butter J 3 teatpoons baking powder \\ cup KARO (blue label) \ | j teaspoon salt - t/l teaspoon cinnamon • V4 cup shortenfng \\ eup prunes, drained t Yz cup milk and chopped J J'-jf cup canned red cherries, drained and chopped J Stlt Sour with baking powder and laU. Cut in short* » ening. Add milk sfowty, to larm • t'oit dou &K Roll * out on a lightly floured board into a rectangle about ! >4 inch thick.. .Now creftm butter untiJ softened; add ! KARO, cinnamon, and mix until well combined. Stir 1 in prunes and cberrie*. Spread dough with this mix- { ture; roll up a§ ior a jelly roll. Slice into 'j-'mcb J pieces, and place in \ greased baking \ pan. Bake in hot oven (42S degree* F.) ; y\ IS to 20 minutes or until browned. ; .Makes l'/j dozen tea biscuit pinwheels. * Attain** O'Donhell's Dollar Day Specials PYREX ENAMELWARE SPECIALS TWINE HOLDER 18" X 36" Only 25ct WE DELIVER i Spring DOLLAR DAY ONLY! By request, we repeat this SENSATIONAL SALE! WEDNESDAY, ONE DAY ONLY Fresh PARIS FASHION Sport and Play SHOES Regularly $3.95 WHITE COMBINATIONS! BEIGE! SADDLE! PIG! CALF! We've all that'* new—at this amazing price! Shoe of The Week Your favorite sling pump! All elasticized doeskin In Red! Light Blue! Black Patent! Gabardine! Yours for .. 53 .95 G REENW ALD'S FOR SHOES Greenwald's DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS! Balance of Our Winter Stock— JUST 140 HATS Regular to $6.95 Values DOLLAR DAY* ONLY AT... DOLLAR DAY! Larkwood Georgette HOSIERY Regular $1.19 Values '^15 PRS. 2 prs 2 Two, three and four thread all silk hose in popular colors. All sizes in the group! Buy Dollar Day and SAVE! Just Say "CHARGE IT" No extra charge of anv kind for extended payments! GREfnulflLDY VTHRRT ujf RC POD men nnD momf n 4 SOUTH MAIN If ever you could say of any motor fuel that it is' full of unyielding, bulldog determination to start cold, icy engines . . . that motor fuel is Phillips 66 Poly Gas! lets high tost, loaded with instant-firing elements, .engineered to• produce marvelousiy quick starting, :Yec it costs not a penny more. That's why it's the "hot" gas for cold weather. Try just one tankful and see if you don't feel that difference. MF" Remember, the Orange and Black 66 Shield is High Test Headquarters for car owners . . . because Phillips is the WORLD'S LARGEST PiiODUCUR of natural high rest gasoline. fthillipsl Phill~up with Phillips

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