Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on December 16, 1943 · Page 11
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Dixon, Illinois, Thursday, December 16, 1943 DIXON EVENING TELEGRAPH Page Eleven OREGON MRS. V, I'll,TON Reporter Flioni* LVf-Y 11 V«u M ins V oui Faper tall lumi» Keiil), ¿7~-\ Farm II oum * Burned Oregon firemen were called to ¡he farm of Mrs. Earl Mumma a- liout nine miles southwest of Oregon Tuesday at noon when the enant house occupied by the John Uiaronde family was damaged by lire to th< extent of $400 Bffic- lent work on the part of the lire- [nen prevented more, serious clam- ige. Most ot the household effects |<n tiie second floor were lost. New ( elltur\ < lub Miss Mary Chintz will be hostess o the New (Yntury club Friday Ufternoon. Mrs Carl Anderson vi 11 talk on the subject oi "Egypt |*nd the Sue;'. Canal." \\ arrnohs ( lime George Hull, 75, who had l.iern a [patient at the clinic for about hree weeks, passed away there [suddenly early Tuesday evening. Dons Pei per of Mount Morris jtnd Benjamin < t were <hs- nlssed Tuesday. Mis. Frank Johnson submitted i an appendectomy Monday. Mis. Hiram Scheir was admit|:ed Monday for medical treat I nent. John Fierce vvlio ha.* been under treatment for pneumonia has im| jroved sufficientl> is to be able o return home Wednesday. Miss Pauline Winters of Dixon i and Miss Effie Wcrnick of Rockford were recent visitors at the j Everett Jacobs home. Register For Nurses* Aid Anyone interested in working as nurses’ aid is requested to register at the Wannolts clinic that the names may be on file tor call i for service w hich is frequently jneeded. Personal** Mr. and Mrs. William 8hcf* r- man, Jr.. Mrs. Theresa Sieferman and Mt.s Ness of Freeport were Sunday visitors at the Sauer sisters Friends and former neighbors of Mr, and Mrs. Harold Krause of Carlinville served dinner Tuesday at the M B. Frihart home to the Krause family and other relatives from a distance who eame to attend the funeral services for W F. Krause. The Sauer sisters received word Wednesday of the death of Mrs. Jennie McMurchy of DeKalb. I mother of their brother-in-law, Frank McMurchy. she was 87 years of age and passed away at the Glidden hospital Tuesday night where she had been a pa- j tient for two days ill ol influenza, Mr, and Mrs. Russell Lamb were guests at a dinner party Wednesday night at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Philip Tpxon in Rocklorci. Mr and Mrs Harold Krause and two sons of Carlinville were entertained from Tuesday to ‘Thursday at the home of State Representative and Mrs James M i White. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Palmer, superintendent and matron of the POLO MRS. MARIE REYNOLDS 1 of S. Division St. Phone TiòX it \ ou Ilo Not Receive lour Paper h\ 0:30, tali .Mrs, Iteviiold» Loyal Worker*’ Parly The Loyal Workers class of the Pine Creek Christian church held its annual Christmas party at the church Thursday evening There were 25 present. A scramble supper was enjoyed. The following officers were elected; President. Mrs. Verne Straw; vice president, Carl Powell; Mrs Harold Hays, secretary, treasurer, C. N. Cun- Golden Rule Home, left Friday to spend the winter at Long Beach, Calif. Pvt, Charles Lamb stationed at Chanute Field, Rantoul is expected Friday just for the day. Mrs Russell Lamb was in Chi(ago Tuesday to meet her son Jimmy who came home from the Kentucky Military Institute for a month’s vacation. When classes ire resumed they will be held at the institute’s winter quarter in Florida. Jimmie is a sophomore uid an honor student at the institute and has recently received the honor of being tendered an appointment to West point Military Academy by Congressman Leo K Allen If he is successful in passing some rigid examinations he will go to West point in July. Ki'OMP tifi li—LOW I\ POI Vf V1LLL7 3 Brown Points ?.! IT mngham. A grab hug and games were enjoyed. Brick Church Ihtrlv The annual Christmas party ot the U. B. Brick missionary society was held at the church Friday evening with 25 members and their families present, A scramble supper was enjoyed followed by a Christmas program consisting of a playlet and group singing. Devotions were led by Mrs. Louise Reitzel. Home From Hospital Mrs. Maurice May and infant son John Stuart, arrived home from Katherine Shaw Bethea hospital in Diaon Thursday. Mrs. Carrie Withers is assisting in the Mays home for a few days. Sewing Circle Postponed Mrs Joe Enz.ler was to have been hostess to the \\ R. sewing Circle Wednesday afternoon, but it has been postponed until Wednesday the 22nd A grab bag will be an event of tlu* afternoon. Woman's ( lub l ea A Christmas Musical* ami Tea was enjoyed by 1 Oh mcmbets of the Polo Woman's club. Tuesday afternoon in the Presbyterian church. The musical*' was moat enjoyable: those on the program were: Mrs. Willis Plapp. Miss inn Reed and Dean Johnson Rural Teacher* Meet Th*' Rural Teaehet s Reading Circle will hold their annual Christmas party at th*' home <>l Mr and Mrs F Piuribus Powell on Saturday evening. Dee. Is A scramble supper will in* served at 9:30 p m.. after which each teacher will respond to the roll- call with something entertaining. The program committee have arranged for a Christmas program and grab hag. It is desired that each teacher he present as this is the last meeting of the year. SMOKED PICNICS 25 lb. surtí Bt&Ht ti . noir »«(C ws T cmb H surtí iloHt—R*l two Leg of Veal . . . «. 25c Pork Roast . LEAN I Brown Point Spare Ribs 19c I 1*0*« [c 25 \*\ « *■ \r r SMOKED TENDER Beef Tongue I Brown Points 29c lb. si PER RIGHT—RIB • • tB. 7 Brown Points Veal Chops ..... 29c !j| AMERICAN Cheese s III. $ box 1.70 ¡I: Place Your Order Now for Holiday Poultry, with Your A&P Super Market MUD AND MUI OW C.OIUI is -LB. BAG 8 O'CLOCK 59‘ 241 J Greee PH. # .*£& ioc : Not R«Pioo*<i # f.RlCH AND FUll BOOilD j’Red Circle ÄYIGOROUS AND WtNtY |:Bokar 1 1 i 2 HL 47c •it BAG 75c f I EVAPORATFD MUK WHITE HOUSE Ì TALI CANS B’»»n Poin« ** I as** of 48 $4.16 26« w I CAMPBELL'S Tomato Juice MOD'S Apple Juice S" 19c BORDO UNSWlEILNfcD No* Rationed Grapefruit Juice can' 29 C DROP-O LLMQN Not lUtioned Lemon Juice *Ä 12c lAKtSHORt HEALTHFUL I Groen PH Prune Juice 20c Not Liftonod 13c S W CREAMY WHITF Apple Juice GLASS Dixon 84 GALENA AVE. i \f I r ? r f. Drink More Orange Juice! FLORIDA 150-176 JUICE ORANGES “w 29 DOZ. 45c TtXAS SEEDLESS rO BG SIZE t50 176 SIZE SOUTHERN GROWN Grapefruit . . 6™25c P’to Rican Yams 2 «« 2IC {2 ROME BEAUTY i TEXAS f\ Delicious Apples ..lb. 10 ® j BrOCCOll ....................... bunch 23 c COLORADO McCLUPI CALIFORNIA FRESH i] Potatoes ... 10 4IC Pascal Celery . — 25° IDAHO RUSSET TEXAS Potatoes ... 10 » 41° Presh Radishes 3 * ^10° \f. » \f It? Cuz 2 „T 45c FlOAUNG WHITT. Ivory Soap 3 dT 29c TOILET SOAP Camay 3caKES 20 c FACIAL SOAP Sweetheart Mir lie AMIR. í AMIIY Soup Flakes 23c 21 rOL PKG. HOATING WHIM Ivory Soap 3Ä18C SOAP ROWOfcR Oxydol «02 PKG. V I : MNfc PARKER ENGLISH TOEFEL LAYER CAKE 59« *S S firpen Stamp» ,4-B-T Expire Hon., Dec. 20th SU l IANA brand 10 G*Pt*. 40 oz. SIZE 74-OZ. 23c VEG SHORTENING Crisco 3 jar 68c *S 8-own Poin*s HO KIM) I Ma*.e. fiwicSsd Sliced WHii' Bread 2 loaves 19c marvel HOMEMADE STYLE White Bread '£¡5' 8c JANE. PARKER Combination o* Plain Donuts ooz 13c A*P RAKERS’ TROPICAL OR Peanut Cookies^, 25c AiP DELICIOUS Drop Cookies . o; 12c : : Fruit Cocktail NOc;^ 32c <5 Grnon R»v NOcf¿ 17c 27 Gf*o« Pts. ' UlANA BRAND Prune Plums IONA YELLOW C NG Sliced Peaches M0C^ 23c A*P BRAND ROYAL ANSI 27 Gffon Pts Cherries ,,0C^ 38c • S Grenn P«% 2 N&S 25c I Gr*«n Rts. ASP GRADE. A Pumpkvn CRANBERP.v SAUCE Dromedary ‘ c ° h 13 c « &**i«n Ni 44 OZ. 4A. CAN 69V 1 3 &*«en PH HOMO 11 toon SLGV ESTÉ OHS! Not liutioiietl 4r- 29c VEGETABLE juice V-8 Cocktail A 4P Grado A C'H-i Stria Golden Corn !S m 11 c A 4P Grade À Sfvlw 13 G'teo Pti, Count. Gent. Corn 2 ? n 12c GRAPEFRUIT JUICE CITRUS-DELICIOUS ON TOASt Marmalade . . . UGH! HALVES AND PIECES Walnut Meats . No* Rationed -IB JAR 25 t d rf T *pr ** 59 Not #a*'0r»d 8 OZ. CfcLLO RATION FOGO CALEN 0 AR GREEN G*a««i stamp*. A. STAMPS: »■ c Dec /0th G^ean J SUGAR " tamp No, 7t trom Boo* « qood *hrooqfc Ian IS*h. BLUE DIAMOND Shelled Almonds JUMEO SIZE HALVES Shelled Pecans SUNMAtD BRAND Currants *3* SFEOlESS Raisins »-OZ. CELLO lib »-OZ- eQa CELLO 3 Green Pts lì OZ .. PKG « G tear. IS OZ PKG 13c ear. Pts. 12c ~aL 18c PKG 21C A 39c he At and st m ii set Oven-Ready MRS. STEWART’S Liquid Bitting fOR WASHING DISHES Help Cleaner dShia ; - OZ. PKG. 9c 6TL ÎB-OZ, PKG 19 c SUNNYULLD Cake Flour pK& RALSTON WHOLE WHEAT Cereal 2^oz SULTANA Peanut Butter ANN PAGE *»t!NA Mello-Wheat »,% 13c * kfcl BRAND 2 »re«o »*■ t> Wilson's Lard 3 ctns 49 C CLUB-REMOVES STAiNS Aluminum Cleaner ^19c THE HOME CLEANER—LEAVES NO EILM H. R. H. Soap ,2„° g 8 c brown Iron lt«npt L, M STAMPS* r,<Kx! aBf1* •i*’' lrf Brown t t a m p N »alid *o». To tha prkai of eu marchandii* fitted neretn will oa addad aa addi- tonol arroont «pprot>mafa*v Mu«*- ar-t to 7*. bacaota of andania *a »«!’•!wj Irore ma ültno.» Rafattaet O'..'upat'ona Tat Aet. SUPER MARKETS Farrier salesman for route No. 16 h.ts been under the dii'ee- tion of Da\e Blaekbum for the past > months. Dave, the son ot Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Blackburn of 310 West 7th street, attends St Mar\ s sehooi w-neri* he is a meiubt i vi the sth grade 11*' is the elder of two brothers, which are members of the staff at the present time -brother Joe is now handling m neighboring route. No. 15 He has an older brother. 4 ’1*1- Lewis Blackburn. In the medical eorps of th«' F S armed forces. His favont* subject in sehooi is science in sports, basketball- and his hobby e«*vers the tiehl ot building model ships and airplanes His aveiage earnings ot 85.UU per week are divided la* tween war stamps and his own wearing apparel. Da\es route cover» the west sate of Galena avenue from Jul to 7th street- then both sides of the 800 bio* k 10s | n> s,th street til* west side of the 800 and 900 blocks tin Ottawa avenue- 122 1200 blocks on Ottawa avenue 1200 and 1500 blocks on Hemlock avenue 1000.1100 ami 1200 on Chestnul 500 and 00n on ¡Spruce 1000 MOO and 1200 on Walnut and lit ends up In the 500 block on Pme, Dave’« phone number 9til st. the 1000 and 1100 anil j is N6: .1 i.*’ the thing for the rajsj* ne«.tin«tii desk—scratch pads— t tor 15 cents.—B. it. Shaw P-intmg Company —The D:;;on Telegraph Est. in 1851 O r »» of the oldegt puohca T'ons in the country Complete Kitchen Plan Before Basic Changes Are Made l'i liana. 111 During tlu-s** husy days n<> oiie can afford to sprint mol* tune llian is neceas;»ry «loiug hou.sew ork, ñor <au tliey afford lo neglect it l'onsequentIv home kitchens are coming in for thru share « »1 temporary changes m order to eliminate uiineecsaury steps ami motions. Before any basic changes are made it is wise to outline a com plrte plan of tIn* work that is to he done when building materials, home equipment and h«l>or are again available, says Miss Gladys J. Ward, home management j specialist, University of Illinois college ot agneultture. In this way mistakes that may cost tune and money to correct later can be a voided. in many homes work areas can be rearranged to have botli time and energy. For example, when two stoves are in us«1 one coal and wood and the other oil place them m the same area with the utensil cabinet or the work table between. If possible the> should he near the sink or th* preparation urea in order to save steps. Cheek the location of th* refrig- eratoi and other food storage equipment in lelation t*> the pre­ put a turn ami serving areas, and determine whether or not a more satisfactory arrangement can he worked out In mime homes u her* the Kitchen space is large, homemakers art allocating a section for dining purposes in order to simplify serving and clearing away. When ttlus plan is followed it is well to keep »n mind that surroundings are important, particularly at mealtime. The space selected should be light, cheerful and us attractive a* possible. Give attention to tlm windows and their treatment. It they hit low and afford an interesting view, place the dining table and chairs to make th«1 most i*t it. B< sure to provide space in the urea lor storing dishes, silver, table rovers, i doilies, napkins and so forth that j are used regularly. Many steps j « an bo saved, too. by using a tray or small serving table on wheels for serving and clearing. -Commercial printing, letterheads bill-heads, envelopes.— B !• Shaw Printing Company. GAS TANK “OVERCOATS'* A synthetic rubber “overcoat is used on the outside of bullet sealing fuel tanks in airplam wings to absorb any slight anioun of gasoline which may escape be foie the hole s-mis itself. Thi prevents forming of fin explosiv- mixture within the wings. Ï? the*»1' b*” cvciy j.-\ako »' . ti vow* vim»«*1*1 VufovS tofUYi try h t* È ' * „morto*- T tin wW* rv * ^ w« com y0u ,tfcer, %\\rn Adequate Light . Is Necessary to Conserve Sight Urbana. Enough light and the rigdit. kind of light will «avc eyesight, so it is ;* good plan to « heck ' home-lighting from time to time ! and make sure that it is adequate, says Miss Dorothy J Iwig, , home furnishings specialist. University of Illinois College of Agri- I culture. While new equipment, J for the most part, w ill not be i available until after the war, a I great deal can often be aceom- ! plished by using the lamps on hand to the best advantage. One of the first steps m to cheek light bulbs for size, one J00 or 15U watt bulb v. «11 give J more light than three 30 watt j bulbs. While we arc asked to be | thrifty with electricity these days, i we are not asked to ration ourselves on good light an<l it is not economy to use smaller bulbs than j you actually need. Dust and diit I on bulbs, diffusion bowls, and 1 shades absorb valuable light as much as 2U per cent so keep them clean. In Relation to I'urnit.ure Arrangement of lights m relation to furniture is another point to cheek. A person doing close I work should sit within three feet of the light. The general July thta the light should shine oici the left shoulder of a right-handed person or the right shoulder ot a left-handed person, may apply depending on the job that is being done. Frequently the same lamp will provide light for a study table and also for a person sitting m an easy chair by the table. Or lamps on tables will supply tin- extra light needed by persons reading or sewing on the sofa Pin-up lamps which fasten to tin wall may be used to good ad vantage in some arrangements. Haw, irritating light is harmful to the eyes, and glare can usually be avoided through the use of deep shades with broad bases which allow the light to spread out over a wide area. Small shades with straight sides are light hoarders, so replace them with larger, num open-typ* ones if you can. Raise small squatty lamps to a height of 18 to 20 inches by setting them on wooden blocks, then fit tln-m with larger shades that hav* sufficient diameter to permit a good spread of light. Lighten dark-colored -hades it yoi possibly can. Parchment or paper shades can be painted on the Insid* with a good white h- ! quid shoe polish or with a quick- drying white paint. Sometime: it is easier to renew a darkened or discolored shad* by fitting it with a new lining cut from heavy ; white paper. To do this, u;. the shade as a guide rolling it slowly while you trace the pattern on , th< paper. Cut out the lining ' trim the edges slightly and fasten it inside the dd shade. I.IGHTAING I A*I LOONS Loom* can diva almost 1 On fe*«t below water surface stay under for eight minutes at a time swim faster below the surface than on top. and can swim with only the neck and head out, like a periscope. In the days of black powd'-r. t ivy could submerge fast enough to escape the shot after th** flash of th- gun. in ^fe.CIIDCD x U ■ B m% W * t P m 'corio Av IMvi $2. [ MARKET «. at First St. Phone 373 sion of Big Brar Food Mart, Inc. 50 ORDERS DELIVERED FREE 3 DAY BARGAIN SALE LOW PRICES — WELL-KNOWN BRAND Thursday - Friday - Saturday ALL MEATS U. S. GOVERNMENT INSPECTED AND U. S. GRADED SWIFT S PREMIUM BEEF CHUCK RST » 25* SWIFT'S PREMIUM ROUND STEAK , 35* 100% GROUND BEEF . 25' RIB OR LOIN END PORK LOIN RST. , 23' CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS ,33' SWIFT'S PREMIUM SWIFTS BLAND LARD .‘JL.54* SMALL LEAN SPARE RIBS , 21' SWIFT S PREMIUM SLICED BACON »,.19' SWIFT'S PREMIUM SPLIT PEA5 SPLIT PEAS ] Quaker Oats _______ • Makamix ¡Royal Lamon Cleanser ¡Washburn Grean ¡Washburn Yellow \ Candy Spice Drops | Blue Rost Rice J Fancy Head Rice ... ! Grapafruit Juice J Manor House Coffee J Manor House Coffee ¡Parker House Coffoe l.»r «• AC Bo. Al 5 3.-21 lilt; BEAK FARMS BUTTER I« PI«. ... lb. 47c S-! i;.h. H-! Bog i ;.k. i3! 19 ! 25* ¡ 12 i lb 1 H., 3 Lfc l.b 2 25' lb. Jor 2 ;.h, 65* 11 ... ■ Jar 33 : 65 ' j it! BIG HEAR BRAM> MILK BIG HEAR BRA.M» COFFEE lilt. HEAR BEST FLOUR ... HWANBDOWN CAKE FLOUR LARGE EMERALD Bl DDED WALNUTS FANCY QUALITY MIXED NUTS 3 r 26c 3 4 59c 25 ^ 98c ^ 25c box lb. lb. 39c 45c NORTHERN TOILET TISSUE 4 GAUZE TOILET TISSUE 6 AMERICAN FAMILY SOAP P & G NAPTHA SOAP 318c a 25c 6c 5c 15 Pts. CRISCO 5 pts. — Mb. 24c .lb. jar 3 i* 68c LAVA SOAP 3-18c AMERICAN FAMILY SOAP Small 10c large box £ DREFT 23c Urg# box ‘S FRUITS & VEGETABLES „„V.s U. S. No. 1 Red or White Potatoes pk 59 ' Fancy Fresh Carrots . bcY 11 ' Large Navel Oranges 37 ' Fancy Large Lemons do, 46 ' Solid Cabbage ,. 6 ' Fancy Parsnips lb. 10 ® Jumbo Gr Fruit 3 f.r 23 ' Fancy Yellow Onions 3 ,». 23 ' PURE CANE SUGAR 10-lb. # # b*9 66c Franco-Amer. Spaghetti No Pts. FINE BEET SUGAR l°-!b. # M b., 64c 3 296 OXYDOL 226 largo box ¡Libby Mustard ¡ Big 9 Cocktail ¡Big 9 Cocktail Air Line TOMATO JUICE Pumpkin— 2^27 IRAND Tomatoes— N*. t 2 Tin* ¡Campbell 3Ss* ¡Campbell,0MAro Oil/ Tin \o 1 SOUP a Tin» ¡Campbell iSict10.... W ¡Prunes—20/30 size .. Lb. ¡Prunes—50/60 size u ¡Prunas—90/100 size ,b ¡Post Toasties ¡Grape-Nuts ___ ¡Fluftex Pudding.. Ideal Tooth Picks ¡Sawyer Butter Cookies iBakorBoy Crackora Jumbo , Pkf Reg Pi»*. 2 34-os, Pkis. 3 Re*. Boa Re*. Boa Lb Box I 12 13 : » 25 j id ! I7‘i I 7 ‘j JSHS8L» SLAB BACON ,. 33' Assorted Cold Cuts» ,.19'

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