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|Paper||Provo Evening Herald|
PAGE FOUR PROVO (UTAH) EVENING HERALD, FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1936 SECTION TWO COLOR FLOODS SCREEN IN OUTDOOR DRAMA FORMER SHERIFF GOES BERSERK SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY, APRIL MTU. j- :::: -ay "A GINGER ALE "Red & White" 2 Pt. Bottles 25 10c Large Package GINGER SNAPS . .. 2 POUNDS 250 For Your Foster Luncn Ba.skrt CANDY BARS 3 FOR 100 AH Kinds Regular oc Numbers POTATO CHIPS-"P0RTER'S" . . . . . LB. 250 Fresh Made SALTED PEANUTS .Ti . : . li0. .T . LB. 130 MARSIHMLLOWS 4 PKGS. IN I -LB. 180 "Red X- White." i ID, i FT 4 COFFEE 'Red & White" 1 lb. Vacuum Glass Jar 50c EARLY RISER" Rich Distinctive Blend 1 Pound m pkg. 19c DEVILED MEAT . . TIN 40 "Red - White - For Krister Sandwiches BRAN FLAKES 2 PKGS. 190 "Rod A- White." 4fK, Bra.-. LAUNDRY SOAP 10 BARS 250 "Red A.- White" Pure Whit-- Wrapped WAX PAPER REG, 100 ROLLS 60 DINNERVARE FLAV-R-JELL fi Purr- " 1 1 Fruit Flavors VTISESkNiLiV 4 Pkus. H9c RIPE OLIVES ..... 'Blue A- White" TALL TINS 140 GRAPEFRUIT . 2 CANS FOR 250 "Red & White." Fancy Whole S. eti'-n. POWDERED SUGAR . . ..... 3 LBS. FOR 190 PEANUT BUTTER 2 LB. JARS 270 Venx Corn or Gloss STARCH 'Red & White" BAKING POWDER Approved by Goodhousckeeping 1 Pound m a Tin 19C PORK & BEANS "Pierces" 11 Oz. Picnic Z?t Tins Each 5C CAKE FLOUR Lovely Cakes in Jig riimc Large Package 25c IODIZED SALT . 26 0Z. PKG. 80 "R"d Wl-;t.- ' '!, .-r t.- lii.l'lr TABLE SALT.. 10 LB. SACK 210 B:ik- A White" BLACK PEPPER 4 0Z. TIN 90 "Frer.che. " R"'".:-.i 1- BANANAS - Oi;..(iKs - (.RAl'KFKl IT - LKMONS I.KTTl ( K - lil'NC'H (i()()I),S t POT ROAST, LB. LEG OF VEAL, LB. . . . VEAL POCKET, LB. . . . RUMP ROAST, LB FRESH SIDE PORK, LB. . COTTAGE CHEESE, LB. . 130 AND. 150 . ... 200 I 50 180 250 . . . . 100 5.1. t jj 7 .wj - .if if Sat. -.4 An artist's conception of Sylvia Sidney and Fred MucMurnay in. "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine" opening today at the Paramount theater. Sylvia Sidney, Fred Mat-Murray and Henry Fonda are co-starred co-starred in "The Trail of the Lonesome Lone-some Pine," first natural-color picture of the outdoors, which opens at the Paramount today theater. Filmed almost entirely outdoors against a background of lake ajid forest, "The Trail of the Lonesome Lone-some Pine" represents an entirely new aproach in the use of coloi on the screen. Using the new three-color Technicolor process which gives full value to the entire en-tire spectrum. Walter Wanger, the producer, and Henry Hathaway, the director, nevertheless concentrated concen-trated on the unfolding of their story rather than upon the display of gaudy color s. It is the tale of warring Cum-beiland Cum-beiland Mountain clans- specifically specifi-cally of the Tollivers and .the Fa-lins. Fa-lins. who for more years than any of them can remember have carried car-ried on a feud that has caused the death of dozens of men. Isolated Iso-lated from the world, and loyal to only th"ir own code, they shoot each other on sight. Both Miss Sidney and Fonda are members of the Tolliver family, fam-ily, and the general assumption is that some day they will be married. mar-ried. Suddenly, however their entire en-tire world is changed, for Mac-Murray, Mac-Murray, a young engineer, arrive? on the scene to build a railway through the hills. With him he brings the first taste of outside civilization and standards that the mountaineers have ever known. Miss Sidney is immediately entranced en-tranced by the stranger-. Fonda tor), is his friend, for MacMurray saves him from death. But Fonda soon discovers Miss Sidney's love and knowing only one code, to fight and kill for what he holds dear, set.s out to "get" MacMur raw Simultaneously, the rival Falins set out to "get" Fonda The thrilling battle that occurs when all three elements get together to-gether brings the film to a highly dramatic climax. In addition to the three stars the cast includes such favorites as Fred Stone. Fuzzy Knight, Beu-lah Beu-lah Bondi, Spanky McFarland and Nigel Bruce. The Amateurs will also be a part of the splendid program on tonight's show. A Popoye cartoon and the Paramount news complete the brll of fare. SAFETY MEETING SLATED AT PAYS0N PAYSON A safety dernonstra-' dernonstra-' tion of unusual interest is being j held in the junio: igh school : auditorium next Tuesday, April , 1H at 7:30 p. m. It isb-ing sponsored spon-sored by the Boy Scout organization organi-zation of Xebo stake and each troop m the district will present a musical number on the program. The demonstration will include a nu,if.er of safety films and taVKst will be given by state patrolmen,? a member of the U. S. Forest service, a prominent doctor and dentist and a representative of the federal government connected 1 with the Smithsonian Institute. The Payson junior- high school is sponsoring a safety campaign ' next week and this demonstration will be held in connection with it as a part of their program. The junior police will put on a safety stunt. Mutual Improvement members who are present at the meeting will be given attendance credits in their various wards. PASO ROBLES, Calif., April 10 UJ.P) Merle L. Smith, former Inyo county deputy sheriff, was held in the psychopathic ward of a San Luis Obispo hospital Thursday Thurs-day following a wild outburst ir which he fired shots at a school bus containing 43 terrified children, chil-dren, threatened death to the driver driv-er and finally was overpowered and placed under arrest. Smith, police said, saw the bus go by his service station here Arming himself with two revolvers revolv-ers and a knife, he jumped into his small coupe and gave chase He fired nine shots at the bus, Hayes said, six striking the vehicle, ve-hicle, in which the terrified chil-iren chil-iren had flattened themselves on the floor at Haynes' order. Unsuccessful in an attempt t( outrun the pursuer. Haynes stopped stop-ped the bus and ran back to Smith's coupe. He said Smith threatened to slash his throat, forcing him to retreat to the bus He then made 3. final dash tc the school yard, 'ith Smith still in pursuit. Superintendent of Schools C. C. Carpenter and W. I. Brush, a trustee, joined Haynes in .subduing .subdu-ing Smith in the school yard. Smith told officers he t,hought it was Sunday and that he believed be-lieved children should not be going to school on Sunday. SCIENCE ADVISES AGAINST MEALS LOW IN NEEDED "BULK n Reports All-Bran Supplies This Dietary Adjunct Scientific tests have shown that meals which miss the proper "bulk" tend to cause common constipation. This condition causes discomfort, and may lead to headaches, loss of appetite, even serious disease. Avoid these faulty meals by adding add-ing Kellogg's All-Bran to your menus. It supplies generous "bulk'' in convenient form. This absorbs moisture, and gently exerciser and cleanses the system. All-Bram also furnishes vitamin B and contains con-tains iron. The "bulk" in All-Bran is often more effective than that found in fruits and vegetables as it does not break down within the body. Two tablespoonfuls daily are usually sufficient. If not relieved this way, consult your doctor. Kellogg's All-Bran may be served as a cereal with milk or cream. Sprinkle over soups, salads or other cereals. Or work into rip-petizing rip-petizing muffins, breads, waffles, etc. It adds a delicious nut-sweet flavor to your recipes. ; How much better than taking ; patent medicines sometimes harm- ful! All-Bran is sold by all gro- ! cers. Made by Kellogg in Battle Creek. 'dk WERE OUT OF DATE f - Wo certainly have been in a groove at our house. I'm mostly to blame because I kept saying that we had to save money on food. So my wife did her part And one of her little savings was on coffee which wasn't so good. Of course we knew that if we drank Hills Bros., Coffee we'd have something that tasted right always. But we had the idea that it cost more than we could afford to pay. Well, the other day my wife found out that our ideas were miles out-of-date. Listen do you know that she was able to buy Hills Bros. Coffee at practically the same price that we had been paying for our many experiments? Well, we learned our lesson but it still burns me up to think that we could have been j drinking Hills Bros. Coffee all the time A . ifcfc; 4 ' - New Customers Every Week are Learning that They Can Save from 5 to 10 by Buying at Our Stores Remember A Dollar Saved is A Dollar Earned. Blue Label OYSTERS. 2 CANS 150 3'i- Oz. ROLLED OATS ... 9 LBS. 350 BEETS 3 CANS 250 No. 2 Can TEA-GREEN LB. 150 Canterberry, You Will Like It SHRIMPS 5 0Z. CAN 100 PINEAPPLE . . 8 0Z. CAN 60 Tidbits MAYONNAISE PT. 230 Aristocrat None Better MIXERS 2 FOR 150 12 Oz. Bottle IPi?13s IBcggirms 3 cans s5r u Van Camp's DEVILED MEAT .. 4 CANS 150 L.ibhv's 'i Size MAPLE SYRUP QT. 330 Sleepy Hollow RIPLE OLIVES . TALL CAN 120 SWANSDOWN . . . PKG. 250 Airway It Is Fresh PALMOLIVE BAR 50 CRYSTAL WHITE . 6 BARS 200 Giant Size WALDORF TISSUE . . ROLL 40 SCOTCH SOAP LG. PKG. 230 Lb. . Igc Dependable t i Vacuum Pack ...... LiD JstpC. STRING BEANS CAN 60 No. 2 Can PWD. SUGAR ... 3 LBS. 170 PRUNES 3 LBS. 140 Fresh (SO-70 Size EGGS D0Z. 190 Lare C S. Standard LOG CABIN . . . MED. SIZE 370 JELLWELL PKG. 40 Assorted Flavors CREAM OF WHEAT . PKG. 230 UPTON TEA ... LB. 370 Yellow Label Pantry Pride, Made by Robb Ross SHREDDED WHEAT PKG. 100 TUNA FISH-WHITE STAR ... NO. 1 CAN 150 FLOUR-HARVEST BLOSSOM, ALL HARD WHEAT 48 LBS. $1.29 MACAR0NI-ALM0 CUT 3 LBS. 170 FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Gi&AiPEiFHUJinr eipeA::zona ... 4 for ac 1&AN$ES Doz. $5c BANANAS uipe" ...Lb. Sc ASIPAI&AOUS 2 lbs. H2c Larjre Solid I leads . . . . Each sc Moappa Green Onions and Radishes 3i bunches gc NEW IPOITATTOES S s" 4 lbs. 25c AlFJFOIDIIILS s""L 2 doz. 25c MAIEKEr FEATIUIEES SIPMHN IF1EYEIES . . . . Lb. . .a 7c FIRANH&1FUIMEIES 2 lbs. 29c Fresh Made for Roasting- BSAMS Kmn"y ,...Lb. . .22c 2 lbs. 11 5c SKKDJEdlTENING w J lbs. 28c SOTTITACSE CIHIEESE Rich Creaniv Cheese AL&IQ)N MUTTON ROAST Any Size I'iece POUND POUND . lie EEIF lE(0)ASir MUTTON CHOPS . . 15c Fancy Baby Beef POUND ...Lb. . .31c MUTTON STEW POUND 9C BEEF STTEAI&S 19c Cut to OiTder for Swiss or Pan Fry POUND . . . . . . . 3 'I i Cwntg tN HiUp ra'