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Ogdensburg journal. (Ogdensburg, N.Y.) 1932-1971, February 05, 1942, Image 3

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OGDENSBURG JOURNAL* THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 194Z PAGE THREE # F.' I Modern \Injun Fighters\Are Ready to Greet Any Japs A ttempting to Invade Oregon Coast Eugene, Ore.—Who says tie spirit of the old West is dead? You can be sure it's very much alive along the Pacific coast re- gion of Lane Covttity, Oregon. That's -where several hundred men recently ''mobilized\ to give any possible invading Japanese a. taste x>t good old American \Injun Hghtin.'\ ARMED WITH a variety of-weap- ons ranging from squirrel guns to old 40-S2's (\which will knock over a 900-pound elk), they call them- selves the \Siuslaw Rifles\. The organization sprang Into action the second night of the -war, -when a , How to make Pillsburqs Crown-of-Cherries Dessert Complete recipe: 1. Combine 2tsps. eornrtarch and 2 Tbsps. lusor; aad V5 c. chorry juice gradually; cook until thick and clear. Pour this glaze_ into a well-greased 8-in. layer pan. 2. Ar-' range 2 c. (No. 2 can) jour pitted cherries, •weE drained, on glaze to cover bottom of pan. 3. Sift and .measure IV* c. Enriched Pillsbury'x Bosr Flour. (Two B-vitamins and iron have been added to Pillsbury's Best, with no change in flavor, color, or baking\ quality.) Add 254 tsps. baking powder (or 154 tsps. double-acting) and VS tsp; salt; sift 3 times. (Note the creamy whiteness of JPUlsbury's Best I Every hour during null- ing, tests are made to insure this uniform, inviting color!) 4. Cream Vt c. shortening; add 1 c. sugar gradually; beat until light. 5. Add 2 eggi, well beaten; mix weU. 6. Add dry ingredients alternately with com- bined ^3 c. milk and 1 tsp. vanilla; mix well after each addition; beat well at end. (That fluffy lightness is typical of batter made with. Pillsbury's Best. This superb flour is BAKE-PROVED; actual baking tests aremade4 to 6 times daily during milling!) 7. Bake V& batter in cherry-lined pan and other Yz in well-greased 8-in. layer pan in moderate oven (375° V.) 20 min. for plain layer, 45 min. for layer with cherries. 8. Spread cold layers with sweetened whipped cream, using cherry layer on top. When men folks (and women folks, too) bite into that fluffy Pillsbury cake—they'll exclaim, \Why it tastes even better than it looks!\ So get.Pillsbury's Best Hour today—and try this new dessert in your own kitchen! THEY ARE THE \SIUSLAW RIFLES.\ \MINUTE MEN\ OF CIVILIAN DEFENSE Typical members of the \Siuslaw Rifres\ Oregon's home defense corps of volunteer riflemen, are logger Ted Nielsen, left, of Florence and Bert Storiefield, a woodcutter of Tenmllle Creek, right. Their grim face's bode Iilfle good to any Jap invaders they may encounter. Save THRIFT STARS from Pillsbury packages- They're good for ster- ling (solid) silver—other premi- ums, too! For list, write Pillsbury £lour,-Minneapoli5. BAKE-PROVED to protect your bikini Greatest Disaster for U. S. Would be \Route of Purely Partisan Leadership\-Willkie Syracuse — (AP) — The great- est .disaster that could befall Amer- ica now would be for her to be conducted \down the route of purely partis'an leadership,\ says the 1940 Republican presidential nominee. A Republican Qongress would not necessarily be hostile to President Roosevelt, and the best men should be elected. regardless of party, \Wendell L. Willkie contend- ed last night in answering an ad- dress broadcast from Washington by Democratic National Chairman Edward J. Flynn. Plynn charged Monday night the Republican party was \not as much interested in winning the war as it is interested in controll- ing the House of Representatives.\ He also asserted he felt \no. mis- fortune except a. major military defeat could befall this country to the extent involved in the eldction of a Congress hostile to the Presi- dent.\ Addressing 1,500 persons honor- ing Former' Mayor Rolland B.> •Marvin at a testimonial dinner, Willkie said \ I was greatly dis- tressed to read in the .papers where the chairman of the Democratic committee proclaimed to all the country that the election of Re- publicans would be a greater dis- aster than a defeat of American arms in a major battle. \I do not feel that way about Democrats. Now do I feel that way about Republicans, \As a matter of fact, the great- est disaster that could come to America at this time is to be led down the route of purely partisan leadership as is requested by some of my friends and by chairman of the democratic na- tional committee. \That is a route that took Eng- land to the brink of disaster, that destroyed France and that left America ineffective in preparation in the long year before the strug- gle broke out.\ \As far as I am concerned,\ he added, '\whether it be Republicans or Democrats who make such statements, I shall condemn them from every rostrum from which I speak.\ Margin, who left the mayoralty Jan. 1 after 12 years, was among the first to declare for Willkie at the 1940 Republican convention in Philadelphia. MISS DUCETT TAKES U.S. CIVIL SERVICE POST Miss Bettie Elda Ducett, Syra- cuse, a graduate of Miss Wallace's Business School, has accepted a Civil Service position in the Pro- curement and Contract Depart- ment, of the\ TJ. S. Engineers' of- fices in the Chimes Tower Build- ing, Syracuse: Miss Ducett spent some time re- cently in the Binghamton office of the Engineer Corps familiarizing herself with the work. She is the daughter of Mr. and the Mrs. Earl R. Ducett, Heuvelton. . \keep rig W on slicing' tangy-* a8tilig No. that creamy- left- ^ *V.ere won't be a»y ••»'' ~ - Sausage We'U ^f^ sat lunch-tWC or serve Smoked Liver Sausag th kl d s at ^.^voted ers JU tether you Pla- <& d^ or Sausage *at ° ne t0 ^7-.:^ Smoked I^ver Sau^ ^ ^ today • to eat , get acquainted j • the name ^t^randthat Spec ial&t %mi$BM Co..Inc. Coast Guard warning advised civil- ian defense leaders to he on the alert for a possible Japanese para- chute attack. Some 200 armed men hastily gathered and patrolled highways, tunnels and sections of the beach. The Siuslaw Rifles can now mus- ter about 500 men, who can as- semble from every valley and in- let along the coast in less than an hour, and the group is the only authorized armed civilian defense outfit in the country. These modern \Minute Men\ aren't fooling. Trained in the ways of the woods, crack shots with their own favorite guns, they stand ready to harrass and hinder any inyading force, -until'regular army troops arrive. The Siuslaw Rifles have chosen officers, organized loosely along military lines, and mapped plans for defense of their part of the Pacific coastline. Lumberjacks, woodcutters, fishermen, resort owners and farmers make up the group. They are almost all familiar with the rough terrain, the defense pine forests and the hack-woods roads used for logging and hunt- ing, and many of them are de- scendants of pioneers who were \mustered in\ every so often back in the 1850's to fight Indians in southern Oregon. WHILE THEY await possible de- velopments, plans for mobilization are being perfected, problems of supplying ammunition to the many types of guns are being studied, and members of the force are prac- ticing up on handling themselves in the woods. Headquarters of the Rifles is in Florence. An oil dealer, husky Roy Bowman, is head of the or- ganization. Each of his, lieuten- ants is responsible for a \group of men in their own vicinity. Like their hardy frontiersman forebears, who plowed with one hand and held their guns ready in the other, they are ready to drop their axes, grab the family rifle and defend their homes. SUGAR STAMPS* TO BE ISSUED BY UNCLE SAM Special \sugar stamps,\ to. be issued by the government to reg- istered consumers, will be required before purchases can be made un- der _the pending sugar rationing program, it was learned today. Each stamp will permit an in- dividual lo buy 12 ounces of sugaT —his weekly ration , A spokesman\ for the'\office of price administration disclosed that booklets containing enough stamps to last three months or more would be printed and that the time re- quired for the printing would delay operation of the rationing ma- chinery for at least another month. It was reported the plan con- templates registration of consum- ers by families, with stamp book- lets to be issued to each member of the family regardless of age. However, no more than one stamp per ptrson may be used each week. This would allow a family of three, for example, a weekly ration o£ 36 ounces of sugar. The OPA spokesman said details of the registration requirements' had not yet been worked out but that the registration would not be handled by local postofflces. Stamp books will be issued at the time of registration. OPA said the rationing would be supervised by local boards, prob- ably the same boards now handling tire rationing but augmented by a member or members drawn from the food industry. HAMMOND Local Men Pass Weekend At Home; . Club Meets Friday Hammond—Allen Chase and Ed- win Deans, who are employed at Massena, spent the weekend at their homes here. Stewart Demick, who at- tends school at Canton, spent the weekend at the home of his father, Harold Demick, and sister, Miss Emstine Demick. Misses Hilda Chase and Mar- jorie Moore, students of Potsdam Normal returned to 1 • their studies Sunday after spending a few days at their homes here. Miss Alison Gibson, nurse-in- training at Hepburn Hospital, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gibson, and fam- ily. Willis Cutway and Howard Nicol who are employed at Watertown spent the'weekend at their-homes. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lavarnway Jr. of Watertown spent Sunday with relatives in town. Ira Coates of Massena spent the weekend in town with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Mitchell left Sunday for Pearl River where he has accepted a position. Mr. Mitchell has, been manager qf the local Grand Union store for the past two years. Mrs. H. D. Tann returned home Sunday from Montreal, where she spent the past week with friends. The United Helpers Club will hold their regular monthly meet- ing ' Friday, at the home of Mrs. Orrin Carr. A covered dish dinner at noon will precede the meeting. Each lady please bring a covered dish. The Christian Endeavor held a penny supper in the Presbyterian Church parlors Tuesday night. life GRAND UNION Protect your budget; Prepare your pantry. Your Grand Union Super Market- has all of the right foods.at the lowest prices. START Saving Tbday—Keep Saving EVERY DAY! Cor. Ford & State Sts. PHONE 1138 FRESHPAK EVAPORATED MILK 1 u cans TANGY-UNSWEETENED GRAPEFRUIT . GRAND UNION FRUIT COCKTAIL JERSEY SWEET POTATOES PARK PLACE TOILET TISSUE RED DEVIL CLEANSER^: . No. 2l/ 2 CAMPBELL'S BEANS WITH PORK can 1/ can rolls cans WILSON'S or DERBY* CORNED can HEINZ SOUPS WHEATENA MALTEX MOST KINDS THE NATURAL WHEAT CEREAL' THE TASTIEST HOT CEREAL Lux Toilet Soap 3 »><« 19/ Silver Dust . *»-23/ Jmd Gold Dust Fairy Soap HONEY in TEA or COFFEE Try honey in your tea or. coffee U equivalent tt> 1 teaspoonful ot sugar. FRESHPAK PURE HONEY CAKE FLOUR 19' JUICY FLORIDA ORANGES LARGE SIZE HIGH IN SUGAR CONTENT INDIAN RIVER GRAPEFRUIT LARGE ilUICY 12*25* 5 ,o 25' APPLES Winesap Calavo Pears 2 < 25c Lemons Broccoli 52 2 bchs 25c Lettuce Mushrooms White lb. 29c Rfiubarb 4 lbs. 29 c 6 , 15c 2 hd , 19c 2 , b .29c Juicy Sunkist Fresh Crisp' H.o,t House 10 oz. jar Ex. Straw & Rasp. FRESHPAK PURE FRUIT JELLIES . FRESHPAK PURE FRUIT PRESERVES FRESHPAK SYRUP FRESHPAK - W MARMALADE . ib -19^ 2 lb.jar, 32 oz. i jar £<at WloAiL naeafQua/cfy / TENDER JUICY EGGS SELECTED STEAKS FULL ROUND j^ orSIRLOIN PORTERHOUSE 6.3-9/ PORK LOINS doz. GRADE C 37< LEGS of LAMB FRESH-WHOLEorLOINHALF R|fi HALF UP TO s LBS. Ib.23/UPT0 5LB5. fb. y KRAFT OLD ENGLISH CHEESE TASTY COON CHEESE . MOOSE or MOHAWK LIMBURGER CHEESE SPECIAL DOMESTIC SWISS CHEESE . ABBOTT-ASSORTED FLAVORS CREAM CHEESE FANCY FOWL UP TO 4'A LBS. CHOICE CUTS CHUCK ROAST GOLDEN BROWN SMOKED CALAS ^3/(«\ 0KED I0,,8UES „ / HAMBURG ib 39/) 2 ib. box 77^ •••29/ ib. 25/ < b 27/ '•-29/ -b 19/ TENDER SPRING «CSH TENDS* FANCY STANDARD Pf-, « A ) POLLOCK FILLETS 18^™ eOLD-N-RICH CHEESE 43' Ib. 8 oz. cello. pkg. lb. AND FRESH DELICIOUS HADDOCK 'WHOLE lb. lb. NEW CROP SAUERKRAUT 2*43/ WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES - ALL PRICES EFFECTIVE IN SELF SERVICE SUPER MARKETS ONLY

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