The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 9, 1954 · Page 43
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May 9, 1954

The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 43

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'i "i t >, vj i i The First Grey Hair will remind you to start a retirement savings account. We have a plan which we . ; will be pleased to demonstrate to any interested person. Small amounts saved regularly with our insured plan can mean security In later life. Put your idle money to work. We pay local taxes. Save by mail. The HOMESTEAD Building and Loan Association Temporary' Location 101 N. 7th Street Saltna, Kansas A. W. Podge, Secretary Oldest Church Read 'N* Fun In Anniversary LEAVEN WORTH, Kas. (*~The ( 97th anniversary of the First Bap-j list Church here, believed to be the oldest Baptist Church in Kan-j sas. will he observed Sunday.! The principal speaker will he the Rev. John Wesley Hayes, president of the Baptist State Convention and pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church at Wichita. FAMILY HOSPITALIZATION 9 Pays Daily Hospital Benefits • Pay% Maternity Benefits • Pays Surgical Benefits Man and WWe S2.14 Month Man, Wife & Child S2.84 Month No Groups to Join Knapp Ins* Agcy. Representing The Travelers Insurance Companies Ph. 556-5 Km. 401 United Bldg. r s Here's A Fish Story With An Odd Ending By Jan Evans Children's Librarian Salina Public Library It was about time for Nino to celebrate his birthday. Nino was the son of a poor fisherman, so he had to celebrate in a way that wouldn't cost much money, Most children .think the important part of a birthday | party - is the |cake and 'ice 1 cream." Not so Nino. He was sure the; important thing was to have fun with yo u r M friends. Won- V dering what he ;< could do, he de- , Evans cided to go .with his father on one of his fishing trips. He would catch a fish for his party — one big enough to feed everyone. The exciting time he has catching the big fish, the bargain, he! Strikes with Angelo, the restaurant! roan, plus his really wonderful! party completes the'story. "Nino and His Fish" by Edith and Clement Kurd: is a birthday story that is different. Children under ten will delight in this story with its "surprise" ending. And even the very youngest will like the pink and blue drawings in this, book. Factory delivered price at Detroit, Michigan. State and local |QK«S if any, and tronspor- lotion extra. Sunday, May 9, 1954 Page 27—The Salina Journal Money-is a Commodity You buy commodities and services on'time; Utilities, rent, groceries all v come on a deferred payment basis. Use your credit and get your money on a Deferred Payment Basis. • Cash (or Credit • Use Our Money Your Desire Is Our Aim Mason Investment Co., Inc. Dial 6393 229 North Santa Fe Read Journal Ads and Save | • In time /or Memorial Day ! Here ii the beautiful Rock of Ages Family Monument now being* featured in Rational magazine*. Its sculptured ornamentation is lie Passion Flower—sjmbot of the Crucifixion. 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Emporia Eyes Cottonwood Water EMPORIA' ffl — Recent rains j failed to build tip Emporia'. water reserves in the Neosho River valley and city officials are beginning to consider ways of us^ng ample supplies available in the Cottonwood River. •» The Cottomvood now is flowing briskly past the south edge of Emporia, following good rains in the upper part of the valley. Cost of a pipeline from a tract j owned by the city on the Cottonwood will be determined, . along with that of a permanent intake and pumping station. The line could carry a maximum ot t\vo ! million gallons of water a day, Cunningham estimated, about half the average summertime daily consumption when use of water is not restricted. Do you need another employe? Hundreds of readers are looking through the classified ads every day. Phone 6363 and an ad-taker will help you with your ad. 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