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May 18, 1944

The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 31

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' ' : !•«* Call,-LieOTHE CONSTITUTION • TRIBUNE, CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI Miss Masdne Thomas, whose home ' A * ' " ».. s near ajaredo, was the guest of i friends Tiere *over Sunday. 'She re- turniedSliome Tuesday^ evening. Mr. snd : Mrs.M;H.-Peterson, Mrs. Bichardson and'Mr. and Mrs. Ward Chfllicbthe, and' Mr and Mrs. Boyd Llnton and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pultz of -Hale attended preaching service here Sunday aft- •ernoon. Mrs. Art Sickler received «s a Mothers* Day gift last, -week a picture, of her. son, Donald, and his -wife. 'Mr. and-Mrs. -Dan -Kelly-left Friday i*o 'Visit lor & short time in the home <rf'a:daughteE4n3nilnoik-i' :; Mis. MichardsOEP -spent ^Monday xiight with Mis. Robert Saynes. She Mrs^Zumbro Japs "Searecrows'^Don't Scare church mefc at the home Xieland' $3nk Thursday afternoon. S. Miller was appointed as 1 treasurer in place' of Mrs. Burt who has moved to Chilli- . M. S. of "Gte Presbyterian Church met 'Friday afternoon with Mrs., Hudson. An interesting pro, gram featuring "Mothers -Day" was presented by Miss Kate Hoyt. Mrs. Alexander was ,a guest. Mrs. Nellie Bowes* and Mrs. Mildred Cracken- berger assisted the":hostess in serving "refreshments meeting. '. x Herbert Pclose -pf'jttie and .two V. H. (Lefty) Steward Quits His State Job Will Step Down Monday From Commissioner of Auto Registration Office. JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., April 18., —V. H. "Lefty" Steward, for the last eleven and a half years commissioner of the Automobile Registration Department and administrator of the Drivers' license Bureau since its' inception in 1337, has tendered his resignation to .Secretary of State Gregory C. Stockard, effective Monday, May .22, and will devote ,his full-time to his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for secretary of jstate. Steward, one of the best-known of "Missouri's state officials, .came to Jefferson City with the late Dwight H. Brown shortly after the tetter's election? as secretary of state in November, 1932, and assisted in organizing the personnel of the new administration. He was Brown's first appointee and remained as head of one of the state's, largest administrative units until his formal withdrawal 1 announced today. Closer" to Brown, personally and politically, than any other Steward was associated wtth'the fate secretary of state for twenty- nine yeajcs, first as a newspapennan in Poplar Bluff. The twa were partners in the publishing of the I Poplar Bluff Citizen-Democrat foe 'thirteen years. Steward managed Dwight Brown's four campaigns for state office and is now directing his fitfh state-wide poflflcal ditoey this time in his own behalf. __ Plastic Hearing Akfe Bto the thousand* o« &*f pie wn» coakl not afford the FT?-! -—— T--— if.)^ •* f lefelrtwefenfe colored ties have been developed. * > IT. S. Marines who helped beat back Japs on Cape Gloucester found these dummy guns, manned by "scarecrows." Set-up didn't scare or fool anyone, as Allies took airstrip dummies were "guarding." Sgt. Americo M. Woyciesjes of Solvay,-N.-Y., and Capt. P. Burcham of San Diego, Calif., are pictured examining them. , . Earth Is Largely Iron Iron constitutes 40 per cent of the earth. The next most abundant element is oxygen, comprising about 28 per cent. Then come sfficon, magnesium, nickel, calcium, aluminum and the rest. Sound Recorder New sound atFfonteJ produce sound on halr-flne steel •wire axe already in use on the war; fronts. - Weighing eight poondsi. to# contain over two mffes of wirt for 66 minutes of sound and speech. The NATS CNaval Air Transports Service) was formed five" djtfs after Pearl Harbor with a nucleus? of seven planes. . f ' j> -P\ For Special Fin-up Prices CaD PHONE 318 Can give, prices on Illinois. 6x4 furnace lump, DBncfe large lump, Ehnira fancy lump, Novinger 3" egg and the Bucklin fancy lump or mine run. and Mrs/ Elmer' Bennett Sunday ^4^^"™ *—-»-! I&*#ifc 1 '^-iTTdL.-, ^,_2 ' --^-'MIS. Ed Ttak. Mrs. Alta Lilly of Ed Ttak. Mrs." 'Alta Lflly' of ^ •"33naand f her daughter, Donna Kay, *' ' -the home Saturday and'Sunday. , Boss' came*;¥from -Fulton ^ednesday where she has completed : her second year at the school for the deaf. She will spend the summer vacation with her parents, sons of Eayette, Iowa visited Mr. Monday Dry Our mmm S. Best Brand S. Ham Brand HONEY 5-lb. pail Superior Brand HAfSINS . <3hoke ISiompson's Seedless 21bs. i<00-lb. sack <isopropyl Aicohol) Fint bottle Grubbing Hoes, Mattocks, IJlirt Picks .complete with _*__ «acli evening' from Bosworth where she has been teaching the past year. She' is spending this week with her parents. Mary Lou Pearson and Lois Shipp •spent Wednesday night in Chillicothe with Mrs. Chester ' Shipp. Mrs. Mabel Silver is here from California visiting her daughter, Mrs. Junior Avery and Mr.-Avery, and attended .the baccalaureate services Sunday evening for the high school senior -class of whicb. her daughter,'Fontaine Silver is a member. The two children of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson are quite ill,' also Donnie Esterbrook - and' the Virgil Coulter children, and sickness Is reported in a number of other I homes. ' C. E. May, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Avery ,and Mrs., Mabel Silver, : from here attended the funeral in Hale Spent Many ¥ears. in the Banking Field A. J. Forsythe Elected President of Missouri Bank' ers Association. KANSAS CITY, Mo., May 1ft—A. . Forsythe, president of- the First National: Bank of Pierce City,, who was elected, president of the Missouri. Bankers Association at the 54th annual convention concluded here yesterday, has spent his en-jj tire business career in the banking,!! field, having been identified with I the First .National Bank of Pierce' City for 35 years. . After graduation from. his local high,school, he entered Drury Col-j lege- at Spririgf ield, and continued his education at the University of Missouri. Illness prevented completing his education at the University, and while staying out .of school for one year.'hestarted'Workat the Wednesday of John Silver who died I ^^^ whete ne has since ,at his home in Grand river town- ' employed> ending m ambition I ship Monday. . to become a civil engineer. In 19181 he was made assistant cashier. Three years later he became cash- Ip Monday. Gerald Avery left "Wednesday for Fort Leaveriworth to be assigned to service and was at once sent- to parragut, Idaho -for training^ His wife went Wednesday to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Newton Gibson near Jameport. j Mrs. Arnold of Chillicothe spent tinues'to hold Saturday and Sunday here with her I - — = daughter, Mrs. Harry Avery and Pencil .for Spark Tester . family. f \ A spark plug tester > may be made j Mrs. Helen Campbell and two sons j ou t O j an ordinary lead pencil by of Chillicothe and Mr. and Mrs. -C: \ sharpening both ends and drilling ier of the bank, and 17 years later, that is, in 1938, he was promoted to vice" president. Three years later, in 1941, he was made president of the ; institution, a position he con- C. Canning and family of- Hale were Sunday visitors-at the Van Fullerton home. Shark Becomes Sea Taxi By means of a curious set of vacuum -plates on its upper side, j mg the sucker fish attaches itself to " sharks, getting free transportation and leftover from the shark's meals. sharpening a-small hole-through it at its middle. The projecting lead at one end is held against the . plug's . terminal, I while the other end is grounded on 'the motor.head. If a spark jumps across the'gap, the plug is function-. Redheads Nearer Baldness - The number of hairs on the heads of red-haired persons'.is less than in the case of other colors, because this type of hair 1 is coarser. ' City..'"MoVe'd Inland ':. Adria, Italy, stands y!4 miles Jin- land from, the Adriatic; sea. 'it once stood on the sea's shores, but sea 'deposits altered its location. It took 100,000 slaves,30 years to 'build the great pyramid of Giza. and for HORSES, HOGS tfOGAN's'jDRUG STORE * SOUTH SIDE SQUARE \ and : OLTER-SANDERC — DRUOS -- iJ Northwest' Corner Square •f-V Sic* it coffee-< :v flavor.' [2,.5Ic I Meat and Fish • No Points Puritan or Star Smoked SKINNED HAMS Whole lijairi. 3ji£^ Butt Portion Ib. 3lc Shank PortiSn-lbv att^i Center Slices ft. 47c Puritanor ^Wilson's Tendermade 10-14 Lb.Avg, Whole or Half '. Ib. No Center Slices Removed Ground Beef, Fresh Ib. Fork Lon Roast 4 Ib. rib cut. .Ib. 25c Center Cut PORK CHOPS.: Ib. 34c Smoked PICNICS... Ib.l Fancy Bacon Squares.. Ib. 22c ARMOUR STAR BACON 6 to 8 Ib. avg. )A Whole or i slab..lb. <*V« Assorted luncheon LOAVES .:.... Ib.. JaneFwkeF- .Orange layer- 3 Laver 5 Jane Parker Sugar DONUTS Doz. Maarvel Home Style BREAD Chncfc or Arm ROAST ....... .Ib, 4 Skinless WEINERS Ib. 33c 24-oz. Loaf Eedfish FILLETS -FISH „, 39c Skinless • WHITING .. Ib. 29c Fresh Dressed CARP "-.: Ib. 24c Fresh Dressed DRUM 29c lona Green ? BEANS, -case No. 2 Kcnnard Brand Tomatoes, case No 2 2.88 lona CORN..case No.-2 •2.64 lona Spinach, case No. 2 i A.&IP. Grapefrmt JUICE ..46-oz. can A&P Gold. Cream>Style Corn case' BEST VALUES IN Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Asparagus, Fregh . > X for t Tomatoes, Fresh Ib. aoc Potatoes, Florida White 10 Ibs. 49c Texas CARROTS, 3 bunch. 15c Head . LETTUCE head 8c Navel ORANGES doz. 38c Fresh SPINACH New CABBAGE... . 2 Ibs. lie Golden Heart CELERY 2 for 27c Fresh RADISHES bnnch Smmyfiett *2£4 FLOUR ..".—'.- 5W In*. »*?* Stmnyfleld Iff* CORN FtAKES>... IS «xfc**'» Dexfltdfo'e* Vegetapfr Hniff^ Shortening ...&.^.« S Ins.'W*l»P & G-. or Crystal White 4Mf sto*e •:.'...: * »•» * PIU Suuuyfteld xfffC ROLLED' OXSS S Ifcs. •»"* 1 * Ann Page O'f' PEANUT BUTTER. .2 Ibs. •«».1» Libby's fiflc DILL VICKUSS g«. WW Nolley •!•£ OLEOMARGARINE .. Ih. *1W» Snow Cap _ fijO» CRACKERS 2* Cbampion , CORN MEAL 1«» Good Lack MARGARINE ......... « A.*P. PRUNES B liVhite House 9^ Pnneb TOMATO JOICK N«k Zt torn • Fresh PEAS Ib. 19c Fresh GREEN BEANS, IK 19c Louisiana Strawberries, quart 49c , Texas GRAPEFRUIT., each 7c California LESIONS-. doa. 33c Carnation 1--_-! ymx. Jean*' CampbelTs PORK tf BEARS.. IS-oa. Ann Page (PORK & BMNS., M «• Ann Page Pineapple: PRESERVES 2 Ib. Ann Page KETCHUP RiU CRACKERS Dole SSeed PINEAPPLE.. Not 2* can Ann Page Safad ! DRESSING B"* N. B. C. SHREDDED WHEAT too. , lb ,21c

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