Muncie Evening Press from Muncie, Indiana on December 14, 1934 · Page 13
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MUNCIE EVENING PRESS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1934. PAGE THIRTEEN 'BO McMILLIN HONORED. INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 14. CU.R) Coach A. N. (Bo) McMillin and team were honored at a testimonial dinner given by the Indiana University Alumni Association here last night. AWARD TO MRS. ULM. CANBERRA, Australia, Dec. 14. U.R The House of Representatives today passed a bin granting 5,000 ($20,000) to Mrs. Charles T. P. Ulm, wife of the Australian aviator lost with two companions on a trans-Pacific flight. 115 East Charles Street FREE DELIVERY Phone 1455 raEEF LS0IL Young and Tender lb. Sic R0UI3D SWISS, Lb. 15' HOME MADE KRAUT, lb. 5' BEEF POT ROAST, lb. I 2 7s NECK B ONES Strictly Fresh lb. 4c CHUCK IflcC OFF E ELGIN IQc ROAST, Lb. U 3 LBS. 55c SWISS, LB. I J OLD-FASHIONED WILSON BRAND P0II-KQSS OLEOMARGARINE 2 LBS. I5e 2 LPS. 23s PORK lEAJf FRESH SAUSAGE PORK CHOPS GROUND BEEF 2 lbs. 23c lb.. 15c j 2 lbs. 15c SVIISS Cut from Young, ,b 1 Q Tender Beef I - TEAIi Shoulder Cuts . I JF g LRand ririGE ICC Peanul Duller 2 lbs. ise LIEAT, LB. w 2 Lbs. 29c CHICKENS BANGLE SALES WILL AID DISEASE FIGHT Situation in County Alone Is Distressing When you exchange a nickel, a dime or some other coin for a double cross bangle, Saturday, you will be helping some tubercular person in Delaware County to regain health. Young women from Central High School have volunteered their time and services, all day Saturday, to sell the tuberculosis bangles on the streets and in the stores. Miss Blanche Tuhey, of Central High, assisted by Miss Anne Marie Yates and Miss Ella Hollenback, also teachers, are in charge of the sales staff. Mrs. S. O. White is chairman of "Christmas Seal Day," assisted by Mrs. Arthur C. Meeks and Mrs. Susan B. Nay. More Contributions Vital. - Many residents of Delaware County have already mailed checks for the Christmas seals sent to them. Yet, the number of persons afflicted with the disease, in this county alone, warrants more help, to continue the program for stamping out tuberculosis. If everyone who comes to the business district Saturday will contribute, the. amount will be increased remarkably. The committee in charge has expressed its thanks to girls of Central High School for their co-operation and to the teachers who are helping to make arrangements. In speaking of annual "Christmas Seal Day," Mrs. Arthur Meeks pointed out that the number of young tubercular persons in Delaware County is surprising. It is believed that Saturday's results will go a long way to help these persons who are having to spend their days in sanatoria. McNUTTS COMMITTEE CALLED. INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 14. Members of Governor Paul V- Mc-Nutfs study commission on taxation will meet here Tuesday to continue discussions of the state gross income tax and allied tax subjects. EXPERT URGES USE OF LIGHT OILS Increased Mileage Balances Consumption. Use of light oils in automobiles was urged by T. B. Ferguson, lubrication engineer of the Standard Oil Company of Indiana, in a talk at the Exchange Club luncheon at the Hotel Roberts. The argument that Increased consumption, when light oil is used, makes such use costly is false, Mr. Ferguson said. Increased gasoline mileage will more than pay for the decreased oil mileage. He exhibited a chart prepared for medium priced cars showing the consumption of low oil, a light grade oil, to be one gallon every 1,500 miles and of a grade 30 oil, comparatively heavy, one gallon every 2,500 miles. Difference in Friction . Gasoline consumption was 13.4 miles per gallon with the low oil as compared to 13 miles per gallon with the heavier oil, due to difference in friction. With oil at $1 per gallon and gasoline at 20 cents per gallon, the lighter oil resulted in a net saving of $1.93 on 10,000 miles. In addition, the lighter oil, he pointed out, means better lubrication, longer wear for parts and easier starting in cold weather. He gave these figures on cold weather starting: The starter pull on a car using low grade oil is 10 foot pounds at 60 degrees and the battery capacity is 82 foot pounds, while at zero, the starter pull is 45 foot pounds; with grade 30 heavy oil the starter pull at 60 degrees is 25 foot pounds and the battery capacity 82 foot pounds, while at zero the starter pull is 208 foot pounds and the battery capacity 62 foot pounas. The "10-W" and "30" are merely Society of American Engineers standards. THREE CONTRACTS PLACED. INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 14. JP) The state highway commission has announced the awarding of three contracts for road construction pro jects. lMnHMBBBlFwBM!MmM!nCTMa fat- usisfe . rCJM l iw , ..;:rj-i -aw.' ,& ;i;v::. i. - ' -I i - r - r 1 y coC5isr : ' , a. V -, V - " 111 '" imy-gf): : - oww..,mv m ll.nii.il ,n .,.,.n.,..,.i..,i, .s.,t Hat-Dated! Each bag dated as it cornea from the roaster. Withdrawn from sale in troger Stores after that date.. JEWEL COFFEE imooli, fragrant blend. Hot-Datd, sealed in a double -lined bag. Ground as you buy it. 21c COUNTRY CLUB fine, rich mad distinctive. Vacuum packed. Regular , price. 30c FRENCH BRAND imported, blended, roasted and Hot-Dated by Kroger. Full-bodied, Barory gy mm ground as you buy HP Thousands switching to this younger, better-f or-you coffee It's coffee that comes to you in the rich, full bloom of youth. It's coffee that will happily satisfy svery coffee lover. It's coffee that's Hot-Dated at the roasting ovens and sold before it has time to lose that alluring fragrance of freshness. By Hot-Dating its coffees Kroger has absolute control over their freshness., For the shelf-limit date stamped on v the bottom of each double-sealed bag tells the Kroger Store people-just how long that coffee may remain on the shelf. When that short time-limit is up (and it commences with the roasting date, not the store delivery date, you know), the unsold coffee can't linger any longer it must be withdrawn from sale. Already the super-goodness of Kroger's Hot-Dated Coffee has been discovered in the coffee cups in this town. Already thousands of women have switched from ordinary, "almost-fresh" coffee to these younger, better-f or-you coffees. And they're saving money, too, for Kroger's Hot-Dated Coffees cost many pennies less than many high-hat, less-fresh brands. Betty Boop Gomes' Before Admirers in the Flesh "Boop-a-Doop" Girl at the Star Theater. Betty Boop in the flesh! Little, Ann Little, the original "boop-a'-doopV girl, who' lends her voice to Max Fleisher's Paramount Betty Boop cartoons is coming to Muncie for a personal appearance at the Star Theater. She will be here in a three days' engagement beginning Sunday, by an arrangement made with Paramount Pictures Corporation and the Max Fleisher Studios, by Manager C. Ray Andrews. The "picture" star heads a large trupe of radio, stage and screen players. She is accompanied by the Paramount Studio Orchestra which plays for the little singer in the cartoons. Little Ann Little recently won a case before a New York court when Helen Kane sued her for using "boop-a-doop" in the cartoons. Miss Little proved, by singing a song (which she repeats) that she was the originator of. the unique style.. In Tour of Country. Max Fleisher. the creator of the screen Betty Boop, heard Miss Little two years ago, and signed to sing for the talking sequences of his car-toons. Miss Little recently completed her twelfth cartoon for the next year at the Fleisher Studios in New York, and is now making a tour of the country. Little Ann Little started her career nine years ago appearing as the baby of the Greenwich Village Follies. Then she joined her sister in a vaudeville "sister" act and from there became an RKO protege. Her picture work followed when Fleisher discovered her voice fitting the character he created with his pen. Over 12,000 drawings are required for a single reel Betty Boop cartoon. For Betty to take one step, 12 drawings must be made. First the drawings are made, traced on tissue pa per, then on - glazed paper. Next they're opaqued iri black and white and the background is put in, before the pictures are photographed. The last step is synchronizing Ann's voice to the lip movements of Betty. PRINCE OF WALES APPEARS IN HORN-RIMMED GLASSES LONDON, Dec. 14. (U.R) A sensation was provided today with news that the Prince of Wales wore horn-rimmed spectacles last night at the , annual meeting of the League of Mercy. It was agreed that the glasses, gave the Prince a serious, and somewhat staid appearance and made him look a little older. It was said that his sight was excellent, but that he used the glasses to read the smallest print. He wore them last night to read notes on the agenda of the meeting. ITS THE PRESS NOW FOR WANT ADS! NOTICE For the best Xmas present please read our ad on Page 9. THE CADE CO. SATURDAY SPECIALS 321 S. WALNUT TENDER, JUICY 321 S. VVALHUT Swiss Steak lie BEEF ROAST 81c HAMBURGER 3 LBS. 17c SIBLOM STEAK, 12y2c BEEF 0LE0 UUTT0N BEEF PORK CREAM BOIL 2 LBS. CHOPS STEAK CHOPS CHEESE 412C 21c V26 I 10c 14c ISs More People Drink A. & P. Coffee Than Any Other Coffee Because There Is No Better Coffee at Any Price! The World's Largest Selling Coffee 3 Lb. nI RED CIRCLE BOKAR 25c . ii) Rich and Full Bodied Vigorous and and Winey 1-Lb. Tin LOW PRICES ON HOLIDAY ITEMS HARD MIXED CANDY . . . . lb. 10c CUT ROCK CANDY . . . . V lb. 10c MIXED NUTS, new crop . . . lb. 19c ENGLISH WALNUTS . ... lb. 23c BRAZIL NUTS . . . . . lb. 19c MINCEMEAT Queen . . pkg. 10c BULK DATES. ...... lb. 10c FIGS CeUo wrapped) . . 8 oz. pkg. 10c N. B. C. Excel 2-lb. CLIMALENE . . . . GOLD MEDAL FLOUR PILLSBURY'S FLOUR. I0NA COCOA . . . , C0C0N0G . . . . , SODA CRACKERS GRAHAM CRACKERS BREAD, GRANDMOTHER'S 5c WHEATIES . pkg. 12c BISQUICK ... . . . large pkg. 30c SUNSWEET PRUNES . . lb. pkg. 13c SUNDINE ORANGE JUICE . . . can 13c SUNSHINE GRAPEFRUIT JUICE . 10c . . pkg. 19c 5 lb. bag 27c 5 lb. bag 27c . lb. can 10c 8 oz. can 19c 19c 19c 2-lb. Pkg. 12-oz. loaf Enjoy the World's Most Popular Coffee and Save Money ! Gold Medal or Pillsbury's Silverbrobk Print, 32c Lb. Iona Brand TALLBOY Vegetable or Tomato Sultana Ann Page With Pork Country Roll Lb. 24-Lb. Bag if Giant a Cans Giant Cans Giant Cans Giant Cans A jax Yellow Laundry Good Luck . Dated for Freshness Rival Dozen 89c Bars Lbs. Cans pnem mmm mm mrnmmm Fine Granulated 25-Lb. Bag, Cane, $1.28 Lb. Bag 1.23 New California Naval mi. POTATOES CELERY Fancy Mich. HEAD LETTUCE U. S. No. 1 Grade 98-lb. (2 Pks., 27c) Bag 83c Crisp, Solid 5c 10c APPLES' ALt 25c GRAPEFRUIT 4 BANANAS 5 1IS SD Smoked, Sugar Cured for Lbs. 17c 25c j "WHR ICOWOMY Rtllirj DS a? L&o 11c Beef Roast cchr Lb. 12c Round or Sirloin Steaks 17l2c Ground Beef A,Ssl Rolled Beef Rib Pork Chops Boneless Fish Oysters Small, Lean Ocean Fillets Solid Pack Lb. 7c Lb. 15c Lb. 1712c Lb. 16c Pint 23c THE GREAT ATLANTIC AIJD PACIFIC TEA COUPAHY HOT-DATED at tfie Urn cpi

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