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Brainerd Daily Dispatch (Newspaper) - December 4, 1943, Brainerd, Minnesota Saturday december 4, 1943 if a rain a dam y dispatch real nerd Minnesota in Max or. Class play to be presented tuesday evening tuesday evening. Dec. 7, at 81 of clock the Junior class of the Washington High school will present the entertaining three act comedy. A the late Christopher bean a by Sidney Howard. The Story is entered around the struggle of Abby Jane Swanson to keep the portrait which Chris bean had painted of her before he died from or. Haggett Jack Van ant. Mrs. Haggett Margaret Mcclintick and the older daughter Ada Mary Ellen hoop greedy members of the family help or. Haggett it his search for More paintings As or. Davenport Darien Gray the Art critic has stated they Are of great value. Will or. Rosen Douglas Thompson and or. Tallant Gene her zog swindlers be Able to Purchase them from or. Haggett who Warren Creamer Don my co Mas vol Lage artist be Able to overcome mrs. Haggett a aversion to painters in his attempt to marry Susan Haggett a Lucent Ebinger ? these questions will be answered for everyone who attends the play for Avo hours of entertainment. Corp. And mrs. C. Willis former Brainerd Man to wed wac new York sgt. Ivan l Kaukl. Formerly of brained and now serving in the army and sgt. Margaret la Mcdaniel of the was procured a License to Many Here recently at the municipal building. The couple Witt be married Here shortly. Sergeant Kanyei was born in Brainard the ooh of Edward and Isabelle Mchenry Kaukl. The Bride daughter of Wyett and Flora Girt Mcdaniel. Was to in Hendriks ind. A a a Karl Karlson honoured at Farewell gathering approximately 40 friends wet e Ai attendance at an informal gathering held last night St the City Hall honouring Karl Karlson a member of the Brainerd police Force who is leaving soon for army training guests included the police Force members members of the Highway patrol the sheriff and Deputy Sher Iff and Many other friends. Lunch was served and a gift was pre rented or. Karlson in remembrance of the occasion. See Orp. And in. Barie Willi the former Marion la Ter on were married september 2 in Wallington. I it. Or. Willi i the daughter of or. George Peterson 29 Kingwood. They Are now at Home at Psi 2hth Street s. E., Washington. I. Corp. Willis i stationed with the Arm and or. Willis i employed there try the government. Betty Ann Francischini weds Ensign James crust at Corpus Christi consumer Point values Fos meat fats fish and Dairy products no. 9 effective dec. 5,1943 beef steaks Porto Phoui ugh. Cd. Fir 13 Inch of. Sit -7-Toch cat Shiu Houtos arid ton Cut. To round. lotto round round to a a Chute mod in or Ria. Roasts rib standing Chint lint i 11-Bch it. Rib Stan disc Chi inc to 7 sch it ii Bonteen toned r Utility ode my round to. Runt bomb rum Bon 151 sch Tab Bone Tail reded Utility ride Coly Sutori Bone Tail rolled Utility Rode a i. Chuck Blade a in Bane to. Chuck a Shumar Headon. Eagan cot. Mines. Lee Swelland hostesses at luncheon Calendar of social events for the week monday do Cembik 8 Temple Baptist Young people meeting at 7 45 at Church. Bethany covenant menus birthday club at 8 of clock at Ross Smith. Tuesday december 7 Zion lutheran men club meet at 8 p. In. Swanburg lutheran Council meets at patronage at 8 p. In. Wednesday dec Ember 8 Zion lutheran Guild meeting at 8 p. In. Thursday december 9 Temple Baptist Mission Circle at 2 30 at Church. Midweek prayer and Bible study at 7 45. Presbyterian meeting and Bible study at 7 30. Zion evangelical ladies Aid meeting at 2 30 at Church. Zion inspiration hour at 7 30 and choir rehearsal at 8 30. 3wanburg ladies Aid meeting at l. Stevens Home at 2 p. In. Bethany covenant children a choir at 4 15. Bible study and prayer service at 7 30 followed by choir practice. First lutheran choir rehearsal at t 30. Bethlehem lutheran Mission Circle at 3 p. Rn., Church Assembly loom. Bethlehem lutheran choir at 7 p in. Friday. December Al Kidron lutheran ladies Aid social at Pequot lakes Church at 8 p. Bethany covenant confirmation Kihss at 4 15. Saturday december la Swanburg confirmation class at to a. In. First lutheran senior confirmation class at 9 a. In. Junior confirmation class at 10 30. Junior missionary society Christmas program my party at 2 p. In. Bethlehem lutheran confirmation class at to a in. The marriage of i Betty Ann Francischini to Ensign James crust of the naval air col Pawa solemnized thanksgiving Day at 4 of clock at the Post Chapel Corpus Christi. Texas. The Rev. Luke Cunningham officiated at the nuptial set vice. The Chapel we As decorated with White Gladioli and White candelabra the Bride wore a gown Prince style heart neckline. Her fingertip veil Fisher. A Woin by the bridegroom coins a High in. Or. Rudy Swelland at her wedding. The Bride carried u colonial bouquet of White Gladioli and Stepho Nosis the Center of Gladioli being lifted out and used Foi a going a Way col Sage. Or. Francischini attended Ber daughter As Matron of Honor. She wore a floor length gown of White crepe with a head Dies of red carnations and a Shower bouquet of red carnations. Best Man Wall James b w Woulfe of Minneapolis also stationed at Corpus Christi. A wedding dinner was served toll guests close relative and friends of the bridal couple at the Robert Driscall hotel. The Bride is a graduate of we est High school and a member of Sigrum. Phi Gamma International sorority. She is the daughter of or. Mrs. M r. Francischini of i line cordially invited to attend a ohs. I a a a Ensign crust is a graduate of the Brainerd High school and attended the University of Minnesota. He was a member of the Theta Delta Chi. I parents. Or. And i. James crust of Tacoma wash., Are former residents of Brainerd. The Bride a accompanied to Texas by her Mother and two aunts mis. Clayton a. Swanson and mis Josephine attn i All of Minneapolis Ensign and mrs Clust Are now making their Home in Texas. Item Ano other cute Short rib Nota bom to. Mat Hrna Tat r Brake Betta . Natal mat Mack ism to ,.-_____ Nick a in Al bran fwd l Aste Bono in. Stank Mal Bonbon �?�4amburger to s if Grio-1 Juno fro Meta. Total. Yutai. Tact to of a to. A Ottati Saimi Hoot it Aorta a Affine cares aul a in Chi 9t by St 7t 8 i Tot to lot lot lot 7t to a 7t St 9 5 8> lot 9 7r 8 7t 4 4 5 4 5t 6 4t 6 6 4t 6 6 veal on it Par la. Pork Prtrt per la. 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Amm at s a a 18 12 6 i Tot it it 8 it it it sausage dry Saiace hark Recti 1 win Ara tart Salami hark Cental my Awanto a stat dry stunts to Pawl Tam Tai Czmut. Ran Rill we Marta tata fresh so teak new Calk a Slimy Ira tank Ito tart 1111 Mori u of in looms cat Cana my Grouf i a of Kkt Tai let group j not Tan be Matt. Greta 1 nil Tan the Man. Lim St Vitt we Biak Swap incl did a. K. A a. A mfr Ciyou it no nil Quot Iii Gnu 4 int thin Jot bul Man than 70% nut. Sault we Kaw a Tan included rag tretau Al Hguiar malt St 4t St la Mirr Vulus Satras a Tama or Clarence Lee and her daughter mrs. Rudy Swelland entertained at a dessert Bridge luncheon Friday afternoon at the Home of he latter. Honor guest for the of i fair War Violet thyme of White Satin Long Beach. Calif., who i visiting with Sweet-1 heir with Hei sister. I. A. T. Prize for the afternoon a t j by Edge w is awarded or. S. Park i or. Second prize went to mrs. R. D. King. Guests included mines. R. D. King a t. Fisher Kirk Smith. O. 1 w. Spencer s. Parker and Mae i Hunt. Washington . To hold meeting tuesday the Washington Pat will meet i tuesday dec. 7. At the High school cafeteria. The program for the of i Camion will be announced later. A to Nini,.spi r action there will be sing aspiration sunday evening at 9 15 at the Zion evangelical Church. Everyone k canned and bottled weight our it of. Loci id in Ohio of Loci t to. 2 Ilow i to. 2 of. Loci i to. J of i motor i Al of Loci 2 to. Omar j to. 12 cd ital 3 in. Container size it no i Hemena. 211 Cpl no. M3 a a. I tall one not no. 2 not Doc quart to of nil 3 Cpl fruits exclude pickled spiced or brandied include purees apples include crab apples berries All kinds 9 12 is 18 28 applesauce 8 12 14 n 28 apricots 18 24 30 36 is cherries. Red sour fruit cocktail fruits Tor salad or mixed fruit 15 20 25 30 46 cherries All other exclude Maraschino Type or peaches 14 18 23 27 41 cranberries or sauce whole strained or jellied plums or prunes 8 to 13 is 23 pears 12 16 20 24 37 pineapple 18 24 30 36 55 juices j Apricot peach or Pear juice of nectar or prune juice vegetable juice combinations containing 70 percent or Mere Tomato juice Citrus juices except Grapefruit Grapefruit juice grape juice pineapple juice Tomato juice vegetables include purees 2 0 0 4 12 3 s is 4 rationing reminders processed foods Green Stamps a b and c Book 4 Good nov. I through dec. 20. Meats and fats Brown Stamps g Good oct. 24 _ asparagus. Tomatoes Beans flesh shelled include Black eyed peas Etc. Spinach Beans. Fresh Lima Beans All types soy beets include pickled Beans. Green or Wax carrots Corn except vacuum packed whole Kerne exclude Corn on the cob pumpkin or Squash. Beans All dry varieties include baked Beans kidney Beans lentils soaked dry Baas Etc Corn vacuum packed whole Kernel 0 0 6 18 s Down memory Lane a ii Good Good Good Good oct 31 on year ago Melvin and Gerald Rau of Maple Grove 4-h club Are winners of the National Dairy production demonstration. Kenneth Hall will Start in a Christ a play at Hamline University. Mis. William Alshet. Jr., was feted at a dinner last night by the women employees o o Brien Mer Anile company. Five years ago approximately 150 were set Ved at the Venison banquet at the Moose Lodge yesterday. Mrs. Fanny Fry a elected president of the past Noble grand club of the Florence Rebekah Lodge. Miss Helen Neyssen was feted at a miscellaneous bridal Shower Friday evening. Nov nov. 14 nov 21 nov. 281 dec. 5 dec 12 ten years ago or. R. A. Hallquist left yesterday for Winnipeg Canada to attend the National fur show. Or. C. Herzog Ort sunday attended the december clinic of ambulatory surgery held at Stillwater. Twenty five years ago a. C. Ebert went to Tamarack this afternoon. I. Quin Mankoski has Cetin Ned from the twin cities where she spent thanksgiving. Mrs. De Murphy returned yesterday after a visit with Ber Mother in Little Falls. Through dec. 4 Brown Stamps through dec. 4 Brown Stamps j through dec. 4 Brown Stamps k through dec. I Brown Stamps l through Jan. I 1944. Brown Stamps Good through Jan. I 1944. Brow Stamps n Good through Jan. I 1944. Brown Stamps p Good through Jan. I 1944. Sugar stamp no. 29 in Book four Good for five pounds nov i through Jan. 15, 1944. Shoes stamp no 18 in Book one Good for one pair indefinitely. Air plane no i stamp Book three Good for one pair indefinitely. Fuel Oil period no. I Coupon in 1943-44 Sheet Good for to Gallons pet unit through Jan. 4, 1944. Period no. 2 coupons Good nov. 30 for to Gallons per unit through feb. 8, 1944. Period no 3 coupons Good nov. 30 for to Gallons pet unit through March 14, 1914. Gasoline coupons no. 9 in a Book becomes valid nov. 22 for 3 gallon each through Jan. 21, 1944. B amp c coupons with words Quot mileage ration or by or cd Are Good for supplemental gasoline purchases at rate of 2 Gallons each. All coupons must lie endorsed immediately us it a receipt of ration. Tike inspections for c Book holders must be completed by nov. 30 for b Book holders by feb. 28 for a Book Holder by March 31. 1944. Greens Leafy include Only beet collard. Dandelion. Kale. Mustard poke turnip mixed vegetables containing Over 20% by weigh it rationed vege Tab is mushrooms peas except soaked dry pus sauerkraut Tomato paste Tomato pulp or Puree _ Tomato Catsup or Chili sauce Tomato sauce containing Over 5$ dry Tenuto Selah la 6 14 2 3 8 to 8 14 12 0 18 4 18 6 14 18 18 to 20 21 0 0 9 28 6 12 27 32 18 41 to 13 13 18 act a cups Container size toy la of no j Tomato soup concentrated 4 8 ofter concentrated soups 4 8 souls. Not concentrated ready to serve 0 0 Frozen Container size it k w 12 of. War t k. Fruits. Fruit purees berries and juices apples apricots cherries grapes. Peaches and All berries except elderberries 9 12 elderberries plums prunes rhubarb or mixed fruits containing Over 20% by weight of rationed dried fruits 4 6 All fruit juices 2 2 vegetables Corn Lima Beans peas or spinach a 12 asparagus Broccoli Brussels sprouts. Cauliflower snap Beans or mixed vegetables 3 4 beets carrots Leafy greens except spinach pumpkin or Squash and prepared dry Beans include baked boiled Etc 2 2 12 18 16 0 24 6 24 8 14 14 23 18 0 30 8 30 15 21 to 21 27 24 to is baby foods Container size a it All canned or bottled types and varieties except milk and Cereal including custards. 0 36 9 36 12 21 Itta. 23 32 14 28 41 37 55 14 55 18 32 Alu. Putt ind imitation Container spreads size dried when Chamberlin went to Munich in september of 1938, the United states was turning out Only 500 flyer a year and with a total of 17,000 men stood sixth among the great Powers in ail strength. Prunes raisins or currants and mixed dried fruits it con Taining Over to a by weight of rationed dried fruits 4 Points per Pound Beans delude Black eyes Garbanzos and soybeans 2 Points per Pound jams preserves and marmalade except those containing Only Citrus fruits jellies fruit batters and Bakers jellies marmalade containing Only Citrus fruits t2 to. I t . 12 this Chart Only lists Point values for the most popular sizes. See the official Chart at your grocers for other sizes and their Point values a e f in Book 4 Good december i through january 20, a b c valid through december 20. A no. 2 can May fall in the column a Over 14 of. Including i la. 2 a a vegetable juice combinations in this size is i Point. Esdon mrs. Jensen spent the thanksgiving week end at her Home near Merrifield. Guests at the Home of i and mrs. Jim Cofield on thanksgiving were mrs. Alvin Hanson and children of Garrison and Glen Watson. Mrs. Leo Blocker and son were Brainerd shoppers on wednesday. Guests at the Home of mrs. Matteson for thanksgiving were or. And mrs. Harry Boeder and family. Or. And mrs. Sam Workman and family of Brainerd or. And mrs. Ola Hanson and family of Nisswa. Or. And mrs. Amos Peterson and sons returned Home last Friday from Brainerd where Little Donald had been a patient at the Hospital for several Days but is much improved at present. Scott Elmore and Eugene metzer were guests at the Lawrence mag Han Home on thanksgiving. Among tile callers at the Edelmore Home on sunday were mrs. Alvin Hanson of Garrison i and mrs. Alvin Elmore and daughter Lorraine of Brainerd and mis. Noel Metz i and sons. Or. And mrs. Phil Jordan and daughters Loris Peterson and mrs. Jim Cofield were among the callers at the Amos Peterson Home on sunday. Virginia Man faces Long prison sentence Virginia ii by a Ralph Martin 47. Virginia convicted of criminal negligence in the death of George Carlson state Highway department employee on a Highway North of Here today feed a probable Lon term prison sentence. Twin City woman critical after fall in Home Minneapolis a mrs. Lou ise b. Mollan 82. Minneapolis a in critical condition in a Hospital Here today after she Lay helpless in Hei Home for four Days suffering from a hip fracture. Hospital physicians said she apparently had eaten nothing since she fell. They reported she weighed Only 90 pounds when admitted to the Hospital. Police found her last night when neighbors reported that newspapers had collected on her front porch although a Light was burning every night in her Kitchen. A widow she a once Well known As an actress in Sweden neighbor said. Restrictions on Well drilling lifted by web or Farmers a from d today sen of the web office lotions were Ranine and jiving water tic or other Minneapolis i i and is i Bur ban it is got a the War production f w Hen Amof Ander Minneapolis Region announced that All r lifted for the Drill repairing of Well for agricultural Dor Nae in Rural and suburban area. The new regulation does not apply to Wells supplying water to it ban Busine establishments Industrial plants municipal water systems. Public utilities or transportation facilities. Or Andersen said that he did not want to be technical but it would he Good news to Well drillers to know that they would no longer have to fill out a Cmp-4-b application under l-41. This Means that Well drillers May now secure All Well material necessary without filling out any forms at All. Except the customary certification to the jobber. South May or. And mrs. Kenneth Neuberger had As their guests last thursday or. And mrs. Jim Norton. Mrs. Etta Converse and Dennis Converse. Mrs. Amo Rassler and two children left wednesday for a visit with relatives at Madeira and Northern Iowa. Or. And mrs. Ernest Converse and son and or. And mrs. John Benusto were guests at the Herman Allguer Home thanksgiving. Mrs. Eulah Gallagher helped her daughter. Mrs. Rohl. Paper monday. Or. And mrs. Will Edwards. Ray and Bill Jones were guests at the Dewitt Roberts Home sunday. Mrs. Will Edwards spent Friday afternoon with mrs. James Converse. George Hall has been confined to i bed because of illness but is much better at this writing. Or. And mrs. Clifford Corner and the James Converse family Wert sunday guests at the Edward Dorsey Home. District to Dowling school a a a or. And mrs. John Roberts Ana sons spent thanksgiving at Stanley Schroger of Brainerd. Junior Richard and Lee Van Horn spent saturday at Fred Van horns. Or. Roberts and Eldon were at Hei Man Heeks of Pequot sunday. Thanksgiving guests at the Theien Home included or. And mrs. Oscar Theien and Marylin or. And mrs. John Shogren John and Carl. On sunday or. And is. Alvin Theien and Joyce or. And mis. Vernon Shogren. Marvin and Violet were at the Theien Home. Or. And or. Bergeman. Shirley and Billy Hunter or. And mrs. Cook and Dick and Ronald Ana Betty Lou Vanier and or. And mrs. J. F. Jenkins Weie thanksgiving guests at the Home of or. And mrs. Raymond Cunningham. Dick Mcdonald was at John Roberts sunday evening. Or. And mrs. Gaylord Van Horn and family were at Belt Clarks thursday. Or. And mrs. Waters or. And mrs. Philips and children mrs. Stearns and Lawrence and Margaret Mills were thanksgiving visitors at the Jesse Mills. Or. And mrs. Gaylord y an Horn and or. And mrs. Bert Clark made a trip to the cities the first of the week. Or. And mrs. Lester Van Horn were at g. Van Horn s on saturday. Fred Van Horn and family called on Jesse Van Horn on wednesday. Or. And mrs. Frank Weis and daughters Wen supper guests at the Alvin Callahan Home sunday evening. The Barrows sunday school Kiel sunday at the Carl Rakow Home. Or. And mrs. Eldred Strang and or. And mrs. Cecil Strang were dinner guests in Brainerd tuesday evening. Or. And mrs. Aihui Osvold and sons and or. And mrs. Stirling Holmes were visitors at the Carl Rakow Home sunday. Mrs. J. C. Callahan is still in the Hospital and we Hope Shell soon be Home. Just 2 drops Enetro nose drops in each nostril Nelp you breathe Freer almost instantly to give your head cold air. 25c�?2 times As much for 50c. Caution use Only As directed. Always get Enetro nose drops p a the big guns tanks planes shells and other supplies that Are helping our fighting forces win victories Are made possible by the dollars you and other Good americans Are investing in War Bonds. Keep the planes flying keep the guns roaring keep the Axis running. A. Keep up your War Bond purchases buy Bonds regularly at this Bank. Citizens state Bank of Brainerd the Friendly Bank incorporated 1889 member Federal Deposit insurance corporation notice All outstanding pledges now due to the Community Chest should be paid to the treasurer a. T. Sletten first National Bank. Brainerd Community Chest

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