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December 18, 1941

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Lowest Possible Price 35¢ 35¢ 37¢ astBeef.............. 25¢ avo—rite quality prime ulcer. lb [mour’s Star Links . 30¢ iced Bacon . 1/2--lb. cello pkg. 15¢ alace. ' sorted Luncheon Meats . . 1b. 35¢ e teFisk lb.121/2¢ — for Quality Meats (masts-m. ' " winnings». A WOMAN’S PLACE IS IN A MAN’S STORE! 'Shirts In the favored white and colors. Van Heuson «_ and Arrow. Neckwear.............1.00 Of finest jacquards and new wool mixtures. Fine new color blending. ~Locks from 39¢ Of fine french lislc and wool mix in rib and clocked plains. New patterns. ,loveS...........from1.25 {Both lined and unlined for dress and for sports. iMoclia and pigskin styles. o, ~ajamas from 2.00 Of finest broadcloth and rayon mixtures. Middy and button styles. Mufflers 1.75 .Of finest wool. Scotch designs in plaids and dis- »,trict checks. All colors. Handkerchiefs . . 25¢ to 50¢ Of finest lawns and hand carded linens. l V ' LjAThe to . \. 1 mawmw—éxxmaxxxxxsewaéwmuzinaéflwarwramweg‘ 1 “.AT CHRISTMAS TIME as: vacancievmmmmmxmmxmxmmm:gmwxmwmwmmxxmmmmmafi- .1 1’1.“ BY ART BRONSON BROOKLYN, home of themost avid cheerers and jeerers in r sportdom, has for the first time its own hockey team—the Brooklyn Americans. l g This is the same team—in name—that had its heart on the i other side of the river in New 1 York when they played under E the name of the New York l l l l l "5‘ %%F£S£%%FZ$£%P£2§£%. «PEAS. '- f .' . 'v. A . r-iz- .'.— Americans. Their collective heart belongs to Brooklyn although they still play their games in Madison Square Garden. Even the most illogical Flat- . bush rooter knows the Ameri- cans are far from the hockey pennant in the National League, as since the team finished last in the loop last year and lost five of its men when they were re- fused passports from Canada to the U. S. Few of the other hockey teams Brooklyn Ameri Color to Winter "Sports SHELTONQMA'SON COUNTY JOURNAL‘ Treating the rink fans to a display of body-checking, teeth—jarring, bone-creaking of power, these professional hockey players prove the game is not for Sissies, or for those with store molars. Here, veteran Moe Roberts of the Cleveland Barons defends his goal. in the older National League and the so-called minor circuit, the American League, were deprived of the services of their Canadian players. It is estimated that 90 per cent of all professional hockey players are Canadians. It at IN the American League the Cleveland Barons are consid— ered sure bets to win the title for the fourth successive time al- though the knock-down 5nd drag-out scraps in the junior loop prevent putting a “sure” tag on any team. A factor in Cleveland’s suc- cess on the rink is battle—scarred, curly-headed, 34-year-old Moe Roberts, goalie of the squad for nine years. Roberts uses his head, faC'e, stick, feet, in fact any projection to keep the puck out of the net. The scars and stitches in his face attest to his success. Yon can bank on it that the army, the navy, the marines and the USO, are well under way with plans to make this Christmas a merry one for all the boys in the service. But you can also rest assured of the fact that the big- i gest thrill of all that those boys 9% will get this Yuletide. will be wrapped in packages on which the gt return address is "home." 5 Choosing gifts for men in the V?” 582 it ' e HIM a .l Robe t 3“ from 209% up i ‘1}- Wonicn are looking at these fine robes for gifts . . . and buying ’cm ! They like our new flannels, fine wash- able rayons . . . and all the . new robe patterns! II’IIAT To GIVE SOLDIERS AT XMAS! SOME SUGGESTIONS l l of life. WWW #5 i l service is not so difficult a task after all, says Santa Claus, after prolonged consultation with the officials who know. The lives the boys are now leading have chang- ed to the point where their de- sires are easily defined. The gifts should be useful, eon- tributing to their comfort, their entertainment and also to their insatiable appetite for sweets. The gifts should be as compact and as efficient as is their new way Here is a list that will help you make your selection: Radio—he may have music—- sports, and world news where- cver he goes if you remember to send the battery operated model radio in preference to the plug-in type. Shaving kit ~ The compact ing needs even to an unbreakable mirror would prove most welcome and useful. Wrist watch when giving a ‘ ' ,‘watch, check as to whether it is dustproof, waterproof, and per- haps most important of all, shock- proof. A reliable make with a second-hand that is guaranteed to keep accurate time is the only type watch to consider giving a soldier. Luggage — Every man in the service gets leave, and he’ll travel in style with a trim suitcase that does not take up too much room in camp, yet will hold all essen- tials needed for the longest leave granted. - Writing kit—For use in limited quarters, give a writing kit that holds not only writing paper, but pen, pencil. bottle of ink, and blot. ter, all zippered neatly into one leather case. Flashlight-There is a diversity of choice ,in flashlights, and al- though the hand variety is most pOpular, there are new types that clasp arOUnd the wrist or buckle onto the belt, thus leaving both hands free. Have his name en- " graved on it. Cameras—To give a camera is to assure enough pictures of the boy who has gone away. When giving this gift be sure to include a good supply of films. Scarfs—The best and only to consider when giving a scarf or other apparel, is the traditional army color, olive drab. For add- ed warmth make the fabric choice wool and send gloves to match. Handkerchiefs — Most army men never seem to have enough. Choose white, durable, mono- grammed handkerchiefs. Ear muffs and wristlets—Where the weather is cold, ear muffs and warm wristlets will help keep icy blasts of wind from creating too much havoc with personal com- fort. olive drab. Pipe, cigarettes—4f he smokes. good gifts would be cartons of cigarettes; a pipe with its own pouch to hold tobacco; and also a a. huge box of pocket matches, to keep him well supplied, even af- ter Christmas. Christmas box A box filled things to eat would prove a wel- come treat in any camp. Candy, crackers, cookies and to top it-off, that symbol of masculine delight ~—chocolate cake—will bring some of the luxury of home to an or- my bunk. Most amazing of all about the ' list of gifts for the boys in the service. they may be selected con- veniently from among the wide stocks of any number of stores in the city. There's no need to wor- ‘ rv about where to get something. The only thing to be concerned about is buying them without de- o lay and mailing them off to the boys, early—very early. Only 23 Mlle: In 1830 there were just 23 miles of railway track in the U. S. If possible, buy them in I. will all kinds of sweets and good i 3W4! I l = 33 all. i! if :1. it it i; is it :5 if g i t a“: l leather case packed with all shav- i and mistletoe. gift buying. ‘fl Satin finish. Snow White. Monster They’re all here . keys to perfect plum puddings . . . a real old-fashioned dinner. and BEVERAGES smmssmmmmgmss $2 $75231?“ .. Christmas Mix . . 2—lbs. 27¢ cans Add In the festive spirit of Christmas, we extend the SEASON’S EATINGS . traditional foods that are as much a part of the Holiday as holly . everything from tender, tasty tur- and all priced to lower the cost of Get all the foods at the one place—at the Lumbermen's. Mercantile and you’ll save time and money for your Prices effective Dec. 19 to 24, incl. S n. £5 ; Suggestions for The 35 mm 6 cl.- 4' “‘5 3;, , an ed, «74 a; Christmas Feast . . . g NUTS CANDIES FIGS I.) ATES )2 RAISINS PICKLES RELISIIES p PINEAPPLE MAYONNAISE on- a ANGEs BANANAS CELERY RE LET'I‘UCE BRUSSELS smou'rs a; CAULIFLOWER AVACADO EN- ,5 DIVE FRUIT CAKE cooxms i,- A; i so Chocolate Drops . 2-lbs. 27¢ Marshmallows 2-lbs. 25¢ Gum Drops . . . . . 2-lbs. 25¢ (no peanuts). (with peanuts). Fresh roasted «Virginias’. 3—lb. Gift Can Asst. Nuts . . . . . .'2-lbs. Peanuts .. 2-lbs. Asst. Nuts . . . . . . 2-lbs. 55¢ 45¢ 35¢ Assorted Chocolates By BuntewA beautiful assortment of fancy chocolates. ter or your Best Girl—$1.39. Chocolate Tiny Miniature ATTENTION! Heavy Cast Alum- inum Cooking Uten- sils at Low Close Out Prices of Food. You set the —— ‘~_._ --... price and wefiwjll 'do the rest ! An ideal gift for Mother, Sis- Society Hand-Dipped BOX Chocolates Assortment of flavors or fruit and nuts. 1; 1-lb. box 1.10 2.10. box 2.20 Boxed Chocolates Boxed Gold Asst. 3-lb. box 75¢ 5-lb. box 1.19 Cherries 1-lb. box 29¢ Chocolates .. . 1-lb. box 27¢ Churches, Schools, Lodges and other Organizations . . . Special Prices for Quantity Purchases . . . of Candies, Nuts, Fruits, Etc. Smokemasters" etc. Afiéféflgfi PIPES! Put your Christmas greet- ings into a pipe for him! We have a large assortment of bowl and stem styles in the “Kaywoodie, Medico and _’ 50¢ to 5.00 PIPE TOBACCO . . . Gift wrapped. CIGARETTES . . . In Gift Cartons. CIGARETTES . . . an... 1.39 Avalon, Domino, Sensation, etc. Grocery Prices Effective Dec. 19 to 24, Inc]. FruitCocktail 2for29¢ Libby‘s—~No. 1 cans. Pancake Flour . . . . . . . . . . No. 10 bags 53¢ Sperry‘s»sNo. 10 bags. Maple-Cane Syrup (26-oz.) 35¢ Log Cabin—Medium tins. Pure Maple Syrup . . . . . . . 24-oz. bottle 95¢ Hig'hlandA~-100% Pure Vermont. CornBeef......................2for45¢ ‘ illrcy BentosA——1.2-oz. cans. All loan meal. Coffee, Reliance . . . . . . . . . . . . l-lb. can 33¢ 1 Oven Bake Casserole value 50¢ BOTH m __________________________________________ ....................... .. 59¢ Pineapple 3cans29¢ Libby’s—«~9-oz. can. i5 slices). Peas 2cans29¢ Fairmont—oTender sweet garden peas . . . canned by a special process which retains their natural flavor and color. Pumpkin...................... 2for23¢ Reliance—solid pack. 21/2 cans. CranberrySauce................2for 29¢ Reliance—No. 1 tails. 25¢ Mince Meat . . . . . . . . . . .. 2-lb. glass jars Rosedale. Non Such Mince Meat .. . . . . . . . 2 pkgs. Concentrated. PlumyPudding 12-oz. can 25¢ D'anishCookies 59¢ Home—made style, short bread can Jello........................3pkgs.20¢ 6 natural fruit flavors. Nestles’ Chocolate . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 pkgs. 10¢ Semi-sweet——for making Toll House Cookies. DillPickleS No.21/2 cans “71149141 guano/tau am! Mince/t4 Sparkling Water .............................................. .. 28-02. 15¢ Canada Dry, Ginger Ale, .................. .. 28—02. bottles 15¢ Double Cola, Orange Soda, etc. ...... .. 28-0z. bottles 10¢ 12-oz. bottle ____________________________________________________ _. 6 for 25¢ (plus bottle deposit) KRISPY CRACKERS, SUNSHINE GRAHAMS 2-lb. family boxes .................................. .. 1 of each Hi-Ho Butter Wafers .. . . . . . . 1-lb. box 19¢ Hyde Park Cookies . . . . . . . . . l-lb. box 25¢ Butter . . . 2-lbs. 83c Wild Roses—QO-seoro. Eggs . . . . doz. 45c Special ‘A‘ large fresh locals. Prices Subject to Market and a Stock on Hand. Navel Oranges Sunkist. In shopping bag. 10-lbs. 53¢ Grapefruit Arizona. In shopping bag. 10-lbs. . . . . . . 39¢ Apples Winesap and Delicious. Fancy and Extra. Fancy. Velvet MB ........................ _. 1-lb. 79¢ 10-lb. bag .. . .’ . 49¢ Prince Al ert .......... __ 1.11), can 79¢ . Granger .................. __ 1.11), can 73¢ Al. Celery stalk .. . 10¢ & 15¢ Sweet Potatoes U. S. No. 1 Quality. 4-lbs..........23¢ Gift Apples In Shipping 1.59 Camels, Luckies, Chesterfields, 6 Boxes - - Box of 25 1.20 WINESAP or DELICIOUS. .. White Owl, Van Dyke, El Sidelo, Roi Tan. a Expressed anywhere in the United Biltmore __________________ _. box of 25 States . . . Rates are reasonable I , . . tell us where to and we will do the reSt. LU MBJRMEN’S M EREHNTILE [U “The Christmas Store Of a Thousand Gift Ideas” fl P ge Five 35? rxmxawsnwmmwwmmmmmmsmmmmsmmmwmmmnmmwmwwmmmmmmmsmmmmwswmnmegsxxxxyxsmsxfxmmxymxmxsgmmxmsmmsxxxxmme