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Kokomo Tribune Newspaper Archive: July 25, 1947 - Page 16

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   Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - July 25, 1947, Kokomo, Indiana                                1C LOKOMO rridcy July 25 1947 fajjn M Still Active Hails Modern Medicine Kids Need Meat Experiment Shows 1 OflcUli of Pennsylvania StateThe nutritive count was balanced i eoiiege reported results of a 14 for both groups Dr Mack said i month experiment with two or The ones had meat showed phauges richer coloring matter and more red ceils in the blood she said Meat Board Children of the finding one institute ate J WantS Stfl JOB ITS HERE WARDS BIG BIG REDUCTIONS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT SPECIAL PEASANT BLOUSES Values to Cottons rayons assorted styles and sizes I MENS BRENT STRAW HATS Theyre i m a r t problocked Q7f styles Siies to 7U ELECTRIC IRON KnappMonarch fabric dial Cord included QQ OW 3WAY FLOOR LAMP REDUCED 3way socket for just the right QQ amount of light oOO 5PC DINETTE SALE PRICED Slightly damoged extension table and 4 ATHLETIC SHOES Heavy canvas uppers Nonslip 1 70 sole Sporting Goods Dept VIDENE RAINCAPES Rainwear for women and chil dren Save Now 77c SPECIAL BOYS UTILITY SHIRT 88c For school or play Longsleev ed Dark blue 13c REG 39c HANDKERCHIEFS Mens white cotton handker chiefs Stock up COTTON KNIT SHIRTS Mens knit sport shirts with I short sleeves and collar Now TENNIS RACKET COVER Reduced from 49c Plastic wa OOf terproof cover PORCH CURTAINS AWNINGS Heavy striped awning material hardware included with some PRICE SALE TIRE RELINERS From select castings Most sizes QQf reduced from TTC LAVATORY FAUCET REDUCED Heavy chrome mixing faucet C QQ Reduced from SPECIAL ELECTRIC WIRE Rubbercovered extension cord wire 2 strand IVk REG LAWN ROLLER All steel roller ideal for lawns Q QQ tennis courts and f REG 29c PRUNING SHEARS Steel pruning shears for the Q home and f C SALE BALL FRUIT JARS Boy now for your canning needs 16gal size with lids WARDS DRY CLEANING FLUID Save on price and save on cleaning Buy Now gal REG TRAVEL IRON Lightweight Has folding handle O QQ and case for ALLWOOL SWEATERS Of closely knit pure wool meaning extra warmth and wear Boxy cardigan style in Spring colors 714 TROPICAL PRINT Colorful boxer swim trunks of sanforized cotton twill Elas waist Small medium and large TWO TONE SWEATER Colorful plaid fabric front contrasts with solid color knit back and sleeves Coat style 410 GEP STEEL TIP ROD Its powerful whippy and light weight Tubular steel tip mo1 shaped plastic handle 25FT TROUBLE LIGHT Heavy duty type for home or shop Rustproof guard with swivel hook Rubber handle and plug Burlingame Kan jof the people Dr F E Schenck has brought into the world are babies nursing in their mothers arms Others are over 60 years old Its appropriate to say the old doctor is an institution in this small Kaxisas town Despite the weather the hour or his advanced hes Dr Schenck will answer a call from any of the townsfolk He has reduced his practice con siderably and should cut it down a lot more but he says its just habit j for him to minister to the medical j needs of the people of Burlingame and its certainly a strong habit of theirs to call him Favors Modern Methods One of the last of Kansas horse andbuggy doctors who used that means of travel before the turn of the century Dr Schenck is a plump er for modern medicine New medical techniques and the latest drugs he says are going to be responsible for an ever increas ing rise in the nations health standard His is the largest medical library in the countryHe reads from it often desiring to keep up with mod ern medical trends A big man with good posture and firm voice partly bald but with a large thick gray mustache Dr Schenck doesnt have any idea how many births he has assisted Horses Helped I do he said that I have brought the third goneration of some families around here into the When the aged doctor was in his first year of practice here his use of horses often spared him some physical strain in an almost 21 hour schedule He had a team he could trust to take him home without his guid ance Thats one advantage we had lover the presentday doctors driv ing he said The team would just head for home and I could sleep during the I Music in Barnyard Helps Fatten Pigs Westville Grove N Music is being utilized to help ten the pigs on the Lichtman Bros farm here I Morris Lichtman and his broth jers Norman and Louis put two loudspeakers on a pole in the barn yard of their 38acre pig They attached the amplifiers to a portable radio j The music soothes the pigs and they eat and get fatter more quickly the brothers They dont fight much either withj the music calming them Whereas the brothers once lost three per cent of their pigs through fighting now they lose only one percent i The pigs the brothers said care very little for jive music They like Guy Lombardo and Bing Crosj by particularly Old Violins and New To Compete in Test The ques tion of whether even professionals can distinguish one good musical instrument from another will be tested here The Philadelphia Pops orches tra announced that Anthony Zun golo will give a recital on violins of four different periods j Zungolo will have at his disposal a Stradivarius a Guadag nini a Vuillaume and a violin completed this year by a j Philadelphia maker A different instrument will be used for each j group on Zungolos program and j ballots will permit the audience to j i guess the order in which the in struments are played Texas Sheriff Shuns StoreMade Bullets Beeville old West still lives j Lanky R V Ennis sheriff ofi Bee County makes his own bullets and swears theyre better than any store jobs Using an electric melting pot resizing and lubricating apparatus and a shellloading machine Ennis can whip up a batch of bullets to supply all the county officers In the past seven years his shell loading machine has rolled out be tween and bullets Ennis himself expended rounds last year taking one nation al target meet and winning 42 medals for markmanship FRIED CHICKEN DINNER SUNDAY THS CUPBOARD 901 W Jefferson Phone 9085 GETTING YOU DOWN good news for you folki who have to get up at night to pan waur have backache too because of minor functional kidney disorders Three generationi ago a famous doctor developed a medicine for this very trouble Now millions have used it often with amazingly fast effective results The medi cine is Dr SwampRoot of 16 herbs roots vegetables and bal sams truly natures own way to relief Instantly you take it it starts to work flushing out kidneys increases the flow of urine helping to relieve excels acidity so irritated bladder geti a good flushing out too Caution Tales directed Youll say its marvelous For free trial supply write Dept E Kilmer fc Box 1255 Stamford Conn Or get fullsired of SwampRoot today at your drugstore Home Freezers NEW and REBUILT IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Fully Guaranteed SOt IOCKER PAPER and CARTONS RADIOS ELECTRIC STOVES Acme Refrigeration 502 Eost North St Domestic RABBITS DRESSED and DELIVERED Orders Taken Up To 8 A M Every Saturday PHONE 7089 WILL YOU GIVE A DOLLAR FOR 50c Ordinarily NO but the Brand New BOOKER T WASH INGTON MEMORIAL HALF DOLLARS Have a Distinct Value In Addition to the 50c Legal Tender Value Priced at this memorial coin serves a dual purpose It is a collectors item honoring the noted Negro educator and proceeds from the sale will go toward building a specialized in dustrial training school at his birthplace Franklin county Vir ginia The coin is legal tender but unlikely to become common in trade In effect the buyer gets a legal halfdollar and makes a 50 cent contribution to the school The coin is the first issued by the United States to bear the likeness of a Negro and the first designed by a member of that race The designer is Isaac Hathaway of Lexington who made the original life mask of Booker T Washington and was for many years associated with him in his work Authorized by Congress in 1946 the coins are minted at San Francisco Philadelphia and Denver and sold at face value to the Booker T Washington Birthplace Memorial the sponsoring organization of which S J Phillips former student and teacher at Tuskegee is president The Memorial resells them at a profit to assist in building the school A Limited Number of the Booker T Washington Half Dollars Are Being Sold at THE TRIBUNE BUSINESS OFFICE TRY TRIBUNE WANT ADSTHEY BRING RESULTS The cab is on rubber against road shocks torsion and vibration compartment is wider with more leg room The seat is fully adjustable bigger and more comfort able Wider deeper windshield and win dows increase visibility by Heifer Gains Speed Palling with Deer Nescopeck a dif ferent heifer which returned to Clarence Shaffers farm after n fivemonth sojourn with a herd of i deer j The young bovine forgot It was not supposed to run fast and veloped amazing speed The heifer escaoped from Shaf fers farm when it was nine months old Late reports from the coun itryside told of the unique sight of a young cow ranging over fields j and through the woods with four or five deer j Other cattle on Shaffers farm finally attracted the heifer Panels and pickups have INCREASED LOAD and high rack bodies more efficient loadingNew stronger sturdier FRAMES are designed to carry greater loads greater distances for a longer time GOLDSMITH Goldsmith July Wesley Sunday school class of the Gold smith church held its July social at the home of Mr and Mrs Car men Cline east of Normanda Fri jday evening Mrs Ralph Teter jgave the devotions It was voted to hold a hamburger fry for the j class members and their families I at the Tipton park August 15 The following committees were appoint ed Table committee Mjs Robert Phares Mrs Ralph Teter and Mrs Dova Lee kitchen Mrs Max Bur igan Mrs Clifford Bauer and Mrs carmen Cline A social hour fol lowed and contest prizes were awarded to Mr and Mrs Ralph Teter Mr and Mrs Max Burgan Mrs Hugh McDermitt and Dova i Lee I Mr and Mrs Joe Roe and family had as dinner guests Wednesday evening Mrs Wayne Heavilin and i son Stevie Mrs Pearl Smith Mrs I Silas Blessing and Miss Doris C Roe all of Kokomo Mrs Bert Burns of Monticello Mrs Jake Ratcliff Mrs Robert Phares and daughter Cathy Jane j and Mrs Ralph Green were the Wednesday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Owen Ratcliff and family The Cab that Fresh air is drawn in from the out in cold and used air Longer wheelbases give you better load distribution Chevrolets famous FULLFLOATING HYPOIDREAR AXLES are geared for the load Former Postmaster Dies Bluff ton July Funeral services will be held toj morrow afternoon for Ralph CJ Thomas 68 former Bluff ton post master and former Wells county Republican chairman who died in his home here yesterday OPEN MONDAYS THE CUPBOARD 901 W Jefferson Phone 90B5 Chevrolet VALVEINHEAD TRUCK ENGINES are worlds most economical for their size There are HYDRAULIC TRUCK BRAKES exclusively designed for greater brakelining positive action Americas Wrsf AdvanceDesign Trucks acclaimed from coast to coast Everywhere wherever you go truck users are praising 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