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fotn PtiblhMiod I'.vci-y (Kxoopt Hiirulay) by _ K NAUUATUOK Nl'iWki North Main Hired, uiul HAMMI i Vioo KDWAIU) H, All IIATI'IB f \ month ,,,...<•"" jf^'yr, }}'months «,,,..«"'•""" '3^7^ 0 inonthH «-• i • «.«• • '^'V jjj'y'oo f Vfilll 1 . i i « i • i ' ' ' ' ' M ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' V _ payftblo )" AUvftiioo Hy Uurrlor , NVOC k-«»(». l y^u-^.OO An Improfi»ivo Sight An IrnproHHlvo HCOUO waa Ohut'oh ia >Vodiio8day wh.oti u (), KooHovult, bo- hU lonth your In of Hoc, prayed for divino M'uid unco in tho war dayn ahead It wan not only inn^-nwHivc but it wa« an act ol 1 which will moot with t piwal -of all people who u thoflo trouhloMomo and tibrve- ( , I V L I I 9*i \f\' V J ^* * 1 * I/ *• o , t • * I ' ' 11 I « -I 1 Jv I I i / \ 1 I IXITM 1 I I t M I hea-Vonwaiu in mo uopu mfii Almighty God, Uw oroator and rnloi 1 oi' the ' will IirlnK pwoo tP ITEMS TAKEN FROM THE NEWS' 20 YEARS AGO Horatoli on wi Tin 1 llliambN 1 of iitlllnn (if ''IIOIII" • «• . ,, .'in HOOMI H In HIM l"w-,i Hal iiiiiii n! 7-tin n'ulmiU loinoi'i'osv l^liflnM^luhii'.!. Kolioo IH ohainnun of till" I'omwllloo, Aid i nil will mont at i'nr "work tomorrnw ' . A Uu ,,, U 1 MPH. . • -, I'odnlln Siilinildl will H. " MIC a»Ui ml world win b Ihi'oimhout all ut on has boon 11 \., i.i\i i ••»••-••• .. uropt! as woll as In the llnlli-d HlaU'S and out of the I,;, 1 ,,,,,!* of puopl" wl 1 ". 1 "^ 1 , In WdlliU'l't'Ul on ° man, If nh<i Then . M woman, It imiat l)( ) nia(l " Mini Hhc.H a hour. IhiMi iuivf<«> limi- »,||" I I'u 11 auahi If H'» J UHl ' " ll ll(( ' „„ Kroul i.lMt-n ol' m.u'.hlnor.v, Km- are «....»«r'»»« ''•!"? »:r v T Mu Ti"i Mm mill I'M 1 with (Jur/,yliiH, inai n i half human and half nuiohhio; that It l.aa wooden «;•'»» "'"I l ^ KlaxH oycH, rubber iao»», and a inou liiis it is: a ."women. .1.0.... .. llft-hi;-rind NEWS. THURSDAY, MARc 1942 Newspapers -— WOMEN ; '"^lif?S--5 s S ?n' : ,-the:eltort;'''i'-'^st certain- 'iins.'-'dealh, ^ i, to Squadron Flight 170 TiH lo TOdflie Ash plnyccl host to,aU ; In's -pit .Ijll/UU .i.JW- 11 ^ L irVlrllo'c; fivO'TlOAV at liis recent birthday party, . . ^JIMLIUU* & , . ^ lumUo bqlipvo thi ^ Pat ^^ ,\V;'.-.''.:.' l -.:It 7 -S olcl .. . tsUi(i4uiombblle-..6.r.'.Uio.;automo- ! -•"-- I IT H -1.1111 ~ U Li iiui**"". 1 • ~ •".:.' . • , •. . lir^M-dto; AY^.lho^ln ii m ! ,k 0n S ISm^'t^iM G :£5)Mondny;n>slit: ,\vay; . ....,', ijo—l-lowjdid you ; got/ your sheet.: ' :-..;• • • s t_-I tried, to tease .Jt .to a lamp .post. . : • . -'. The gartigemuri guxed- llioutfiu- lullv at the wreck. - ^ {,Mechanic-Well;-sir, motors are ,'not made, to do. that sort ol. thing .Motorist.-}, ,*now, but another motorist' Insisted':on using all the , March 9. ... closes; July 31. . . _ olcrS Wood, former bord-ito,,h«8. purcliased; ;ti o tho ostate d: the late E. Kent Ilubbarcl ; o• por dont ol 1 tlio •Middle tow iv, . , . Manufacturers' each hv fion.noo womiMi during IViiriWvo ytmrM It HUH hmm on ,'xhlhltU.n and U Is oxpiwtocl a; fusv "f tho prntty K'ris u b l.,,(.|< will wathcr UP UOWUKO am Lm'OMoh (Inr/ylUH •bot'oi'O Ihn imd ,,r iho SVIH.U, or I'fWHo <>" * ( 1 ll ^;'!,Y n | n « ,,l 8 o'olonU the nubllo will Mlu.wn Warily what (Jurylus Is Inm j 0 O f, Until Ihi.Mi Iry and iiwko !',,' your mind what II -is, and nil nut '(inn Ml' UHI KUOMHlntf coupons, ! wlllam P. McDormott have boon drtnvn for.j in tho Superior court at Watevbniy. ; . Dick Pisterelli played a.nice game of toketbaJl ; wi tho -Flashes'' a'few nights ago -until an injury: forced m to he sTdelines, , , , He's nursing a couple of cracked astsut of a Jolt, . ,. Our ^^ ere best wishes to' Ed Geary, who will ta of Waterbury as his bride soon,, ,, At tin? held last HlflPIM ' WaH Inll'fHllK 1 HM u UfiW-UHMNlllMl. J "Miii "i« of Troop M, Hoy f.!ar to tho boys • p for ol 1 tli'o tovii w6rkl, . By opcmly mmut'oallw jm. -; ;'-;-,-,- Mr sio,,,. to mmn- fnlth that in hi-liini .ami tho ,,,,,41,, nm | nil r«m sure that wiiii frnnt whtoh.ho-i.utHlu.Ood, |.|.« acuiiuoj, J" "^t^ft pul'M -lioaovolt sot ..which .might 1)0 poi>j)lo f ,:it both 1 f , and hoartotiing to noto that tho nation 'H Ohlol'lrtxpoutivo rfoqka fli'Ht tho hoJp of One! hoforo aHk'ing fov.tho.aclvioo rind aHHLstanoo oi! moii-in-tlio groat tank which 'lies bofot'o him, -That -his prayers-may bo gnintocl l» tho hopo ol 1 all jus follow llu, troop wijl KD I'orsvai-il In At Iho annual (Inir , M1 f) hurotiK'fl (Mnii'l- 10 f ,r Hotstlon M wan ninuhdnc or Hhull lm Ilinllod to r , n ,,.|.|on or a nn-w dub I'luiiH I'm jyi'C'uuiro ui WCVUOAWW*J M,^...^.—--- t '••-• -.-li 1 •••"«"••'iitrri>»a • ley, Stella McCann and Mrs. Mary Dewey wiU offer_V^J- tional Advice" at the Monday meeting of the Parent- Teachers' Association at Salem School. ',:,:.,,,, Tho Niiugntuok (iromoii will know -tiiey^e. in a il' thov tangle with tlio "45" team of tlie J^rbendei-s. ol 1 ° .. .,»,• . i m /~<Ai-v«»Tii-i7.. n»nTn«i.l.' l^'VP.fil- buying-would lead, us; determined' to essary ami umva.r- u g'which-is tm;e;U- ,,mrnw our -production- and. ; hn nrOSRureV arid ... the .consumers- • l.lHv t- - . .innnc • :11*1,1 ftltih Ql no'' occnsion \vhnifv [.or .adopting a brand new i lysl ^ iu<n-,tvy.i.."v.v.~ every clay, jinn ^i con traliing ' on £he- • buying of' ox l p ccssive i;j,unnUlies.pj: Hrst one iiiiiiB, arid .then, another. The m , 01 . ( fJ show: that, at, tinier, ther.e \viii i )0 lull, and the hysteria, will SOOIH J be subsiding, but then, lalk or | rationing: pr j.soiiie other si will send ''the purchasing „„ Bpiraling di'///,ily upward ; t g;iin. H seems to us I ha I. \vln;n n,j s | scare buying is stopped. tHo>t 0| ,. ping of e .done, by the community. women RICH IN ,Cet,Cuaran 4 10. 4'A 'POUNDS . LB RIB "Beniamin franklin's..mother f .tended' church ih'.the -morning ol Quinary. 17,, 1706,,and joined, in .the . ; opmmunior, service:, at -Uld. :boull 'church. After -thik scrvicQ .she', gayc :: Dirth- to'V son; who was ..taken to •''iho church in the afternoon ol tha •clay .and baptised,:;'by. lho namo '° Benianiin.. He wa£ -born In .a house oiv Milk Street, nearly opposite .the Old South church-, Boston, and was the tenth : Hon,.and the youngest son for, -live generations." .StLident-~\Vhat will it cost me to ihuvc my c'av fixed?. ,,,„. 1 -Gariigcman—What's .the mattei with -it?-'. ' --. .- '-. ' . Student-rl.' clonlt 'know. ' • - • • ' " IT\ IIM>fc» ltvr» fli^ll f ll*Cl Mlirl r\\\ v'iffcrnfl.n"" i *i 11 ^y™ LNvo >iu * iu* 3 u.u +•* •sjxty cohts,'\. ; •' t ; '".,'. •: - ' • '• " Character • • A subtle' thing is .character .througli life's, en tire span, " • Made-up of many aUrlbutes tilonc . -.possessed by man. ^Whcn ! pres6nt' in Its highest form . ugainsl; air odds it.stands, •To 'face' the'world with foarlcss- 1 'ness .to 'take, or glvti comma-nds. , • • Ft waits.i'alert with selflessness to ' lend a- helping hand .••••••. -IL iuclg-eUV.'.-not Icsi it be judged, •••it' : s(3eks' ; -.to understand.; , One never 11 mis it linked with graft r-Right" Meat at TANCYF^H^AST f G : . LB 29^ 27 C on .i S2SS5SB, u 37 C VPILGRIM--PLUMP, YOUNG NORTHERN-ID-'o.. 14 STEER BEEF LB wnwLE or EITHEI HALF-SUNNYFIELD LB LB' LB HEALTH-BUILDING VITAMINS Your doctor will fell you: "Meat 1 * natural B vitamins are important for healthy nerves, good apR*'!*** an «* * >otl P«*«We growth of children." AND, thousands cf value-wise shoppers will tell you: "Buy A&P'j 'Super-Right' meats. 2/2 to 3H LB5 LAMB CHOPS TENDER. SOFT-MEATED FISH FOR LENT! Delicious, ihrifty - - " big • f .Trv some:! ot in nouribiiiuc"'!.. lt > choice;: bargains icdsy. SMELTS MACKEREL OYSTERS HALIBUT •FANCY MEDIUM FANCY CAPE SANITARY PACi.. FANCY SLICED value these B 15' a ill, -Waterbnry. .Tom : G6nway, geni^esi, loni 'ol' 4 tho Waterbnry. outfit, says. Ms- teamas willin^'to meta the Smoke-eaters and denies failing to., accept;their dialleii^e, We'll not go to the extrcmc.of.piacmg : ;bets,on- tho outcome of a,-45" game, but.weni Avager : oiiT.|upg of DeTonse Bonds..011 thc-Ktu-bendersMl^ •o the pastime-oi: devouring corned beef and .cabhage.^,-. une iiuvui iimii' « " "i«»-»"-, 'nor Av,lth'.that v .m.o l nster. .greed ; : i?^,, 1 . LT.Iij'aftnce'. comqs'. \yllh.-'cllorls _|,lVe ' iiii s w er hv I tli, 'U i e need.- UlWIH.iiw*y».- •••-•-• - ' r l i , prepared.-for-diity's. call.,;,.: -, , •; -Aivci' mch-:apo ! truly -great who sense V tJieir';;(:leecls-:thtfugh. great: or small. '^ f on tract or^-l ' wan t - - ,a. re 11 able ^truc^dri-Verywho-talccs^no' risks. A'ppUbanVfI'm:your, man,.sir. ban " v.e; rily'-. salary 1 in: advance ? \voro grown HM aiul Llm opinion 'that thn club IUIB oul- hulldlnn and Uml A Joyful Event Tho oolobi'ation of tlu g'oldou W(}(ldiuK- of Mr, anfl Mi'H, AugiiHt 1 ' SwauHon ol' Now Hlroot, which wan hold la-st 'Monday night in tho luitI ol f tho Salom hutboran Ohui'ch wa's a vory happy ovoht, and WUH all that Hi Hhoulcl ho, Tho appropt'ialo and i)loaHii\K program wa« oarriocl out in a manner bo- HttihK tito jovi'ul occasion, Mr, und Mrs, vSwaneion wore -not only nhoworod with fo- lioltationH but wore a^lwo mado tho rooiplonls ot 1 gtftn Avhiclr wtiowtul hot tor than iviiy wovdH dould oxproaa tlio htKh (intoorn in which tlioy aro'hold/ •'' • ' .• Thoir 50 yoar-s of marriod Hfcv'liavo boon .jcloHorvodly "it in tho HI '|l«' l*tl'»»Vll v !•»»------ 1.1 . H ,„.„ c.lub house. Mhnuld bo m-noUu . Allni'iiny' William .1, Nmiry, I 1 -. A; Siuinclot'H and I", f" ('.hiii'c.h w^. 1 -, r.|f.olO(l n linacd of dlrootoi-H in- Ilii'tic ycai-H HiiccfuulliiK K. l?; lul ." lie, W. M\ Hodnnlmch and K, A, SaiindfU-H. Two hotly ofjnhwU'd UnwIlnK Iim |.(.|,MH sv(MT, rnllntl UiHt nlKlit »'• I In- «:hiunhoi- "f' (H.ininntr.o alli'y.H, wh«m Ihn Ihird wc^k of llu; ,. o U crunnu'Hrful. Ihc Mr, and Mrs, Charles ;Finke of. ™,«,- r - v ,7.717^,;:,^ d ii\ NftWv-Yo^k. and took in all the highlights^iu^ in^Thomas Eeilly. in, the.task of edii^^V^JBy^e^ School classbook for ^42. ' ^ .^ : \- ;;;•.'...-:-;/ ".-• " Porhaps it's prcmaturo but .the, \visc mo^ey.-i^-l^ty. : ,tin«H tlia-t ^Jay^'Pottib will/be -the next b urge s^:;l:i;t>n> the •first' ward—if'the anticipated vacancy .devqlpps,, ,A ya- : CRiicy -would result if Burgess Joseph Dinneny is inducted in to'the Army and that development .^eeins ; immme ( nt at M.!.. :i.:«-,;, '.T«V li«« f.hn auDDort of 'a 'number- ; oi FANCY SCROD Vs S kV *' I SUPER BOTTOM ROUND OR CUBI POUND • pORTfRHOUSf, SIRIOIN BOTTOM ROUND OR tACi RUMP For Quality and Thrift ... f\X -vs f-<:^c;ti ^ ,,;{/-",? x^K^I r^^^^^^^F^ «V;-C ^ ^ -4^ A&P V "shares ' th. ^^^^^^HP^T ' "A V^VicKV^: in' lower, prices. HHS^-^fe^ Noodles,ANN AnnS Page Foods tiro 33 top Qimlily foods, that cost /.lesa because A&P both mate* . »nd ! sclU • them, ohm- 'In-between expenses. the savings, with you Said "Haste Makes Waste?" ••• ..• NQOdl.6Sv.ANN PAGE Jelly ANN PAGE JAR O lI m from (lupl, ,1 and CupL ,llu» won all Ihnu-. Htrlngs In nuiUm with (IJipt, plnnni-H, Uaplnln iNnh I" this writing 1 "Jay has the ._. ,. . ,.. ( , ni-ominent first-warders but may withdwy. ; iiv.,tay. _ . • " «v on national defense work and the ;orgam% concentrating, on IUILI.UIIUI Liui.unav? n^..^ ^-.^ lion of the U. S, Rubber's fire prevention . •»»•-» • We've marked off April 17 and . 18- on Jlie; calendar. , , .Those are the dates seffor the •, 'and fshc wciiii'..down!,-to. 'lin.'.l . tsyo 'bitf/.black Ncgrpps-aV I^R fjOQCj '. ! 8ho asked' \vh.o, they.. Nyero ._aii(ivwicy Jjold : iie!vV-L|iiiiy"- w?!'° t,hc soldiQI-H ; \vho. \vci-o-feont. tp : . .cat; .dinner,, \viiu 'llGlV ..'.'••'•".' •'••/'' '-l: : : ."•"': .'' '•' ' '• , ' ^. f si 10 snld, "There •-. must ..bo .sonv. .'in-isUiUe'l •'• •T.lic.--:.-NcgP.pca-/-pqpllcd ) Xd'in, •..Cap'h.'-Rpscnbloom.- nuvah :hullsos a .misLake.:-• .' . The, average .husband -Is" one w/ n isn'L-as: 8-oocl aa-she- l.hought ho Kvas ••before slip.'married,-him, new ;'as' : bad iis. :v shc IhinkH.-he.'.is allui- Avurd. ". .. -' ;''V' '- . '.' •'. 'What' is Lh'e» lior'd.osl Ih'infe ni}oul, ^trirning 'to sknlc•?.-'" asked = a . local 'l)ov' of ills imiici. 1 .lhc : pUier ,day., J Well,. 6on,V .saM-.Lhc falhciv^Whwy • v !ou come righi] down Lo iL, tlic-ioc. , , . T Church troupe at Union 'City. . , . Joe Happy, (Hiuldn'L inlHM . i ami hn I'olloil ' ll( ' vm< y lln(l of !H2 durhiK Hi" matuh. Jn m » third Mli'lMK, f',upt,-Nolilo HplllpM Ihu pins all ovc.i- tho alloy ami wound up with hlKh Hlnglu of 1P2. H, lllU'hiu)(\k, worthy , or iho OrtliM- of Lluj , Slur, and hor iiHsoolulo „,-,„„, (iri'lciM-ri will pay an nlllulal vlHll to Kvrrgnion ohaplm-, (J. I 1 S., Thiii'Mflay ovnnlnK, April (», I'Mrnmon at Iho Mapln Htir.nt hosn houmi svtuM) oallod hy Hllll alarm Hhoi'llv hnforo Ihruc • o'o 1 - 1 ' Mll ° al'lornoon In I'XtlnKiilsh u lint at Mm homo of Daniel tNlono- han on fliii'LlHM Hlnml, P:\Vc arc proud of; many ,i,hings In h;jil8- great, country, .but no.t of 1-he ^fi'Vl time high, of .over .40,000.^11,118, UnUI'CJl truupt) <*i/ wiw. v*vj. . , . ~--~ -^.i-y,/. ...,.-,..., •'•ii'750000 injuries (ind •, $2,000,000,000 miller and Fred Zehnder are in charge, of, th^ prog^arn] ;y^ sa 'in'tr^fio ftccident^this year. , , , Rev/ John 'McBrearty is honorary chairman.' '; / . •i-v TaJ jj-- D rivoi4-sa-y, how .long/ do •-•-"* T— '• • ..-.--•, «..-.---o-:-/, ;r • ; 6u ,' GXpGcl ' m ciLo d'rive;io\j around -.' *• -^--r-r-' I* J I 1_^.'_. -!^v»-.-*,-,*-14'li/-\ i\ t *>Y1 A? t" , .. i ,» ^f_._i A ... ^ i-^rV ^li-IW f^O f 1 O\K". Joo Fit'/p and will be t. cause our prodvicc sure travels I direct- to you. You get them •'vitamins-and minerals. «,v» 'and'vegetables, bc- fastest freight or tiuck retaining more-" nintcrtal & 5 oz PKGS ° Z 1 0 C JAR 1 7 rrC*>Cr»CaRnsp. & straw--jm< i i S'aWd^ichSpreai^T^2t FLA-EXTRA LARGE 126's-.;."-•./; ' ; VITAMINS BI,;^,-:;- DOZ. • VITAMINS Bi',C [ VTr :FOR FRESH .TENDER TEXAS', ' : - . '. RICK IN'VITAMINS.A-B1-/C BC FIRM, SOLID Q VITAMINS .Bi, C O LBS CALIF. SWEET SIZE 150-176's .DOZ 20 C Apples .M^ftSolH 4LB S 25 C 29 C Lettuce ^'ibs 2 * DS 19 C ^Qnibfe' ;; YE ^°c ' B iS'35 c Tomatoes,R V S».V, P V 1$ 19 C ^.FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ARE A NATURAL VITAMIN. STOREHOUSE PiioOranEe JAR WINESAP -yiT.-c " Fancy LBS AMERICA'S CHOICE 10 YEAR*- IN A ROW '3-tB'cnc RED ..CIRCLE . QOKAR -OFI:EE \ Tomato Soup Shrimp SUUTANA—FO« SALAD 4 QC WET HACK—NO I CAN 10 A_ MM "A&P ' o'20o-n<c bOtn GOLDEN SWEET £ CANS L\ 3 NO 2 <)OC CANS -tU --*-^r T— .v-.--.-o-. /, M ,: 6u , GXpGcl 'mciLo : driyc;,yoU around it'/patviok-oL' West' street has joined the,Army ^ k ;,- ,, his v YOUJ o^'-J 11 ^?,^,"?^; < •• 'V' t j*i -^^,.,.4. A -iif 11 I m«\^- FiiPlll' ,1"^111 ''1 ilt'OXlOfll/CCl (_)^<-'U])iin i .',,i, ,' [3 assigned to the Ooast /viuijeiy.-.;..,. jji^u.b.,,4^111 ^..^ jj.^^-- up ; i, 0 . 50,-cents. Timan .,i.j.««i,»/l ^/^ f'lin Armv nirnr)vf. at 'MailChester, ul'ii T n-nl.. HlKl \VllI UU Moo' 5~) i ivi-i i»u uiiw \_/v'i.»iju --...• «- i --—-,/ ,,-. .,. ., .».• Bpndotvas, attached to the Army airport.-at -Mailelvester, N\ H,, was gviost of -honor at a farewell party;at the liome ff ii'is sister^ Mrs, Edward Sweeney of:Middlebui^vl)<?foi^: taking over his post, . ,., Joe Lokites of Spring' street.will carry'a wallet to remind him of a pleasant fa.rewell party when he enters the Army., . ,.; ; , ...' : , ,.;'i ^S---.*' wish ot 1 all who. know thorn that' thoy 'may continue to onjoy hoallh and happinoHH I 4 or many yoava- to Stiff or Penalties Tor Tiro ,. Thiovos ThoI'lH.qf antomohilo liron throuKh ()|| f' ^ 10 Country liavu hocomo ,-ft(> v numoroiiH .that o^r ownot'H holiovo HO- bo -moto(.ront to all oorvvictod of such otTonson. Jail HontonooH rathor than IhiOH would pro»n»l>ly-«o n lontf'Wny toward pnttiii|( H hoftn which nro now hardship to ^ r/* trying U g'ot t ho gf'v— -,p - , , v out of thoir.'wn^ m\d whc UT 1 ho 'unable' to replace tirofl-that aro-«tolon, UIVIDKS (lump HobciiH, finl, iiMi' tho houndary linn H Monlnrny and Sn» lailn ooundoH I'lins dlaKonally aoroMH t in Infantry d marriage II l | 1 I t I 11'-•••»«! \.f ol/Ulntul In SullnuH, Mon (HUiuly Htuit, uro void • In »,KII.U.M louultul In -tlio Mouth ond of ((amp, Sc.vorul wodMlnKH WJM-O held In wrnntf oountloH hoi'ore tlilH division svnn (HMiMivmiotl. ^ ^ IILJIINH DKFI'INSM HON1) MONTHLY Ornnllo Cltyrul.-tUlO-WillUiiii !«', Kalrtor, (1 nut llu UttHlHlunt HUplH hit ll) lK'l|i IlltMlK 7l,h of (moh in<-..,.. Hiu-y or lliu 1'nnrl llurhor. utlni\k— \\o buruM a $25 dut'uiiHe bond. Ho muulM llio Kovornmonl a -nolluo r(*lliH(iilMlilnK I'' H (ilalui on diioh hond. Ho Inlonds lo oonlluuo ll.io vlun I'o -,' Foolish Etlqiiclt .tft,ruok ; by an auto.niobllCj. As You Ai'C— ;. . . -vnboul ;to--bo. struck, reach oul, •.-ulokly and, ; .aolSsihg :'one ot . ,he. ' 1 bbcr- i lirc S ,;lea.i- ; il rrom the rim I'i'ls will'at ;icasi"give you an air Holy Cross Alumni will be interested in Fred 1 Allen's radio spot Sunday night when he: interviews the Purple's most talented undergrad, Jack McDonald. , . , .He's a senior and a New Yorker, ., , Watch for Jack .Benny s counter-strategy, He'll probably trot out a B.C. boy,.. Mr, and Mrs. Maurice Rosenblatt are-'vacationing 1 ;in•Florida',, * , Pleased .to'leam that little Audrey McNamara ,is oir the mend after a trying experience at St;Eaplitiel.s 'rios'piiial,.;'. . 'Congratulations are in order- for .{Jerry: Gal-, laimn, w.ho/11 be tlio' next'.-qxaltbcT ruler .of tlie'Ntiugatnck ;iillks,•.-.,'', Lylc' Ulstes is probably ,on.t oi; perfcctos-..by,this ; aime but It's not too late to extend con^rai;ulatipns feliirn ; HIK! .Mrs.-Est.os," upon tlio 'birth 'of ilieir hew ciaiighfei;.- . •••;•-;; '• " • :-. > •'•» '• • '•'I."'••'••••'•,'•':• ':" Friends of Mrs. W. J, Edmond&on of Galpin street „,-,;;• niy' TownS liliave been invited to, something novel in the way of- fes- 'viHur, IH doing hi* i:tiyals tonight- at the Edmondson'home. Each giiest inust lll( ' n '''^lur'aimlv''!'- 'bring his own stew pail and improvised eating utensils i,,onl,-, HJ ann ; ^ ^^ ^^ ^ ^^ Edmonson's ''hoba supper.^': Rather -'cushion place, locfl/c Humbly—.'. : •:• 'lh6: cluiufi'cuL 1 , va : gonUo- action will-probably 'save •.•you I'rom • lUTi-st"A-wise 1'orni of nddress is •, to 'praiau- r lbe .makc^and. speed of r machine. 1 , : • Butlor, eggs, cheese variety at low prices. ^A Dairy at Your Elbow ..--.,—_ _ — • ' rushed from the nearest dairy f&rms. Wide C MEDIUM OQC. 38 C 39 C LB 33 C rnrCU r'hPC 5UNNYBROOK. ' *| rnCon tuba NATIVE-LARGE DOZ *ll BUTTER BUTTER MEL-0-BIT DOZ LB PRINT • LB PRINT ASSORTED :.n 16 OZ CUP 15 C WAR IN EUROPE A YEAR AGO, MARCH 5, 1941 ili0 ^.»,,... .'as.v'.-possible.. The faslllpnablc way is -in an ambulance. -•:•••' ';"' "'"' "'.• : . A'"ouslomor -acnl.: ; Uio following note to his , ffroQcr: ;."Pleaso; send six --. dozen --eggs; l.^goqtVwI.IV send )olic.6U-. n ., ; . '''.,• •••*'.*• -.•''-•-'. • '' • ; ; , '--^ •'•••The grooei;,' ho\yevoi', was not, no-, iiim.; bufiiness-;'on :suqh .risky terms, ^.s'b he :i replU^l': Send, (iheiili : ; -if' b' 00(:1 .' . .• -.. . . — — — FAHMIB« SPENT A BUSY DAY , PJ(HS,' :V ;,> NviTc'iiVul/ ^ (UP)— Arch - • Ball's; i' children -were' ill ^original, eh, what? (IIIU'.KS AIU.fi Santa fSrux, Gnl,—(UP) ohlokons rol'uso to 'abide by Hy Unllod . (Imill HHI.alu hroku off (liplomiilin i-nlutlonH with svn utnohlno r o l.lo (I [puolllo Const war lime, according r to mdmboi'H of liivo Onk Grange 1 . 'Him Cirunsnrs hridMo pos.l'pnno -tholr maotlnK-s onn hour lo 0 p. m., bn- - : (miisn U»e olilukons will not return 1 • to • robst by 8 P.W.T. ol' erudo rubber In heels for (Idnnau svnr uinunn o .rui.iwu,. of 0| , uc j 0 ru i))3 0 r in heeis tor Soda, IHilKfiHa; all IHilKfirluii MUMJ., : •', >v j l ,i.. n . ii 30 • -hns 1 been 'entirely, boiwcon 10 uncl -1S Hixl women from olvllp t » ls ^ yQ ^;pOQ tons,of ,rub- bo' made (entirely .from vuclaimcd ...- ' - \ '•',...' .One out of I'oiir'ga)nfutry"%l5foy^ ud'pocxph; today ^woa-'iiis job who.J- I y or, partly V to solpht'i lio re^eareh Ihul developed ive\yi<pj new incluslrtcs, ••'•'- : and '.The Ordnance army-has .announced . duolion of .20 millime ; ter ofiniioiv hnH;l)ooir ntirtlnecl, acted ,us v iVui'se,-;did the'. 'cooking, and household •••- clVoi-es. -cared- Tor ^l ewes' 1amj5-Ing-.-i l-2:,milcs from thc -' ,. •the -hogs- and * • chickenK, •..•gathcrci.l ckgs,- milked eight, cows, •-, and -cut ami hiuiled \vooclTronV a; timber lot 'one .ini'Ie av&iy., v. •'/•. ' ' ' ' NEXT St --iipiils—.(UP.)'—Police arc prepared for anything, .now. Sonic one 'Ht-ole • ro'ur stecl^rimmod.- wheels •from -a -spring.•wagon.; parked -in n 'vacant .lot' 'Police. Captain Kllas Hbagland, who long before warn.ort. this,'' men' i to' - : guard,'" 'against = tiro " ig,' said .' he expected , IIOI-HO soon; :'-'-,,v. -.•!--•: .•;..•: ••••- SILVERBROOK CREAMERY SUNNYFIELD . KLB PRINTS-LB/lOc LOAF .CHEESE '. . WHITE,OR YELLOW i-w COTTAGE idrden's Cheese'^KG 19 C Cheese S ' ,, We : Carry n complete supply of fresh milk and cream _ bake'em ourselves . . . mmmm^^^mmmmm By thia we. climihntc: in-between profils . . . you get big values . . . you,,: pay only smnll. prices. , , PKG 4 7c.' 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