Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 237, Ed. 2 Friday, November 1, 1946 Page: 14 of 18
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Oklahoma City Times
the remark of
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dence to James W. Martin for 95.750.
TaJces no time to get a
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THE BETTER 5PRERD FOR OUR DRILV BREAD
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KILLS TOM.IT BOWL
DKSTROYS FIT ODOM
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By HOWARU VJ
saves himself UBc
thoughts of others.
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Texas New Croy
Now You Con
Tax Bills Mailed
PONCA CITY, Nov. 1.—(Special.)
—Kay County Treasurer R. J. Nexjxir
said tax bills were mailed to hundreds
KEEPS KITCHEN FMSH
Check This Odor-List:
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ndg of Hospitals)
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KILLS NURSIRY ANO
spring outside the state. Last spring
the seniors and juniors were taken on
a scenic tour of Oklahoma, i
TAKtS "B.O." OUT OF
os fast as it can be made
The BETTER Spreadl
Why We Say ML in the Fimt True Deodoraat:
1. ft quickly fieatreya (oaidisra) all nbjfctionahir home
2. ft dofi not merely *,’maak" an odor with another odor.
3. It ia completely odorleaa — haa no odor, leaves no odort
Can Yen Name AxeCber Beederant Like This?
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erick, presented a pla:
Mine.” in the school audit
week. The cast include*
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beyond our capacity. I guegg it’s the REAL flavor.
Anyway, we will not sacrifice QUALITY for quan-
tity. We will make Meadolake as fast as choice
ingredients and careful manufacturing will permit,
and it will be priced fairly on the basis of produc-
tion costa. Keep asking for Meadolake.
DESTROYS SHOC ODORS FAST! A
quick apray of NIL in osch shoe, after
wearing, wfll keep aboea freah—with-
IVIN DIAPIR ODORS DISAPPEAR
after a NIL treatment. Spray used
diaper and diapers in can or bag.
AN ODOR-FREE NURSERY is a blessing
to mothers—and guests! If child vom-
it* or breaks training, spray NIL on
areas affected—and air in room.
^iREAKF51Jreasy to serve!
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Russians Give Plants
Back to Poland-
WARSAW. Pound—Poland U
continuing to take over administra-
tion of Baltic porta areas which have
been occupied by the Soviets since the |
end of the war. the semi-official news-
paper Rseczpospollta reported.
At Swlnoujscie. formerly the Ger-
man port of Bwlnemunde, soviet
authorities handed over the passenger
harbor, the winter basin, coal basin
and southern basin.
The new and old part of the western
pier and a shipyard for the construc-
tion of iron and concrete vessels was
given to the Poles at Derlowo. Pon-
toon bridges and warehouses also were
included. AU properties require major
TAXIS "».O.” OUT OF CLOTHING!
... Just apray lightly in underarm area
of ooata, dreaaea, sweaters, etc. Spray
in rack cad cleaning bdb.
MIN CAN ACTUALLY WEAR SHIRTS
3 DAYS or longer without odors. Spray
shirt armpits with NIL daily. Spray
3 d.y. for 1—than 1c.
SFORTS CLOTHIS, TOO, STAY ODOR-
LISS almost forever! Use as needed.
Wheat breakfast! An eye-sparkling feast for your family...
as nourishing as a hot cereal! Nabisco
Shredded Wheat... the original Niagara tsl •*
Falls product... is just the wonderful. T
natural whole wheat — steamed, shredded. \ WrRWhI I
baked. A flavor-favorite! a HI
In Public Banned
cheek to cheek or Jitterbugging is
‘ strictly against the law here.
An ordinance passed in 1926 and
still on the books forbids—such go-
•Any dance involving the jerking or
shaking of the body” is specifically
Dancers were futther bound by the
following rigid operating procedure:
“The male's right hand is placed be-
tween the shoulder line and waist line
. of his partner's back; his left hand
is extended, holding his partner’s right
hand. The lady's left hand is placed
on the right arm or shoulder of her
Police records showed the law
either had been strictly obeyed or at
least nobody’s been arrested for break-
ing it. J
TIPTON, Nov. 1.—(Special )—Two
-------------residences here have changed hands
„ county property owners Friday i the past few days. Nancy Ammons
when the annual tax paying period Mld her home to Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
opened. More than M.ft percent of the Johnston for >4.000. and Mr. and Mrs.
'1945 tax bill had been paid, at the Marshall K. Copeland sold their resl-
cloee of businees last week, hi said. dence to James W. Martin for 95.750.
The delicate, alluring flavor
h Mill there after baking—
if you use Schilling pure
Vanilla. Insist on Schilling.
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FOR NIL—wherever odon of any kind
create a bad effect on either workers
or patrons. For plant, home, office, or
personal use, no other product can
equal J^IL's fast, simple action in de- .
atroying odors! Write Drug Dept.,
Skinner Mfg. Co., Omaha, Neb.
I prayed for a law. a magic
^ad the perfect plan "The
I take care of everything.” he
bill fix the population at the
Igure; issue instrucUons on
I morale: regulate the mai>-
Iniaklng a- living; control
thought jsnrt determine m>x relations:
"unfat out of their misery;
s and instruct the youth in
i ©f manhood": forbid mar-
!<wt<ring individualism; pro-
lw. gt cetra.
f-pikjsnta Enters Picture
Then alm-g came the •'foreigner"
fmn Hums* iRpicurus. ' He started [
off by declaring that the scientific T
thought of the day was cockeyed .The ;
uaiverse d ewi't have a set number of IT eavCT School Givet
mpon*. »4ar» and gods, he said. It s _, J
—an? and they piay to finance Trip
of "atom*.“ r
ia composed of inde- r“
selections Sheldon Conrad. Brainerd
Proceeds of the play will be used by Malone. Forrest Stith and Barney
i trip next Goen will lead congregational singing.
With most of Germany’s former swank hotels out of business,
this waiter carries on the tradition of impeccable dress as he
peddles grapes to troops at a railroad station.
SICKROOM PATWNTS feel better, eat
better, in a perfectly odorless room.
Keep a Bottle in the Kitchen—Keep a Bottle in the Bathroom—Available at Isadinit Grocery and Drug Storea Everywhere
Visitors appreciate it. Spray offensive
bandages, bed-pans and room air.
KILLS BODY ODORS QUICKLY. Here’s
the successor to old-type personal de-
odorants. NIL does not mask an odor
with an odor—it kills body odors, de-
stroys them, neutralizes them instant- “
ly. No messy creams or chemical smells
—spray NIL mist under arms, or apply
with cotton pad or hand. Soothing,
antiseptic—can be applied after shav-
ing. For nearly all users, lasts all day.
MEN’S DEODORANT—Here’s one he’ll
use. No greasy creams, no “perfumed”'
odor. Quick, pleasant and easy to use.
Helps keep shirts fresh all day, too,
by destroying perspiration odors.
FOOT ODORS DISAPPEAR. Just spray
or pat NIL on feet and let dry.
SANITARY NAFKIN ODORS are de
stroyed instantly by NIL. Before
wearing napkin, spray antiseptic NIL
on outside of napkin, enough to dampen
surface. Protects for hours!
KILLS "STRONG FOODS” ODORS in
kitchen. After cooking foods like cab-
KNDS GARBAGR ODOR.
J WITH DAILY SPRAYWMI I
German Vendor Style Note
NOVEMBER 1, J1946.
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too. NIL-sprayed clothes are
NIL pays for itself many times,,
NIL that Odor!
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At Home Today
t — (CDN)— The
that a columnist
by swiping the
longer and is harder work
than ~ to compoee.
With wt}ich preamble. I now clip
the remark of Jack Schwartsnan. as -
they apprsrrd „in a small periodical
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14 no such thing as human .
Every man is concerned with
:e Fpicuru*. 2300 years ago.
untelligentaia of the period,
lad by> a man named Plato, raised
UMV coUrcnt* eyebrows.
-Perfect” Flan Offered
Then, a* now, the world had its fill
nt wars, poverty, suffering. Then, as
>nmr. the wor d made obeisance to poi-
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h agtd A
. drew le
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bond i«tue here has been approved Issue to 9341,000. At first set at 9350 -
and election date set for November 000, tht bond issue was later cut ts
19. according to Hugh Roff, city at- j 9335,000, because of opposition to the
tflrnPV Th La addition hrinai* th* hnnd i amrMint
Hymn Sing Scheduled
WEWOKA. Nov. 1.—(Special ) —
The second citywide hymn sing will
be held In the First Baptist church
Schrimsher. Mi'mie ~Peters, ~ Doris Bunday beginning at 9:19 p. m. The
________ Jems Evans. Nona Ruth Curtis, choir of the host church will sing.
Women, beme individuals, must be Wayne Reed, Charles Crockett. Ken- and sing leaders from the various
on a par with men neth Clilton Truman Crockett, Jack churches will have charge ot special
r. Were Shocking Peters and Max Stone.
E; truruy said many things shocking F——4—£ -
to hu codtemporaries. For example: members of the classes for a
IpX *U the things which wisdom ac- -------—T!--------—
q ure* :o produce the blessedness of i
the complete life, by far- the greatest
/ is the possession of friendship.”
J Mgam: rJustiee is never anything
in itself. In the dealings of men with
one another, in any place whatsoever,
and aj any time, it is a compact not
to harm" or be harmed “ -- > i
Rfclcuru* thought little of goyeri-
tnaht and esteemed the state an en-
emy of human liberty. "We must re-
leaar ounorh-r*; ’ -he said, "from the
prlpODsof affairs and politics.”
Dispute Still Rages
The depute between Plato theJ-
;baMBner./amd Epicurus the individual-
!i*t, neverj raged more hotly than it
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At the ixjtom of all con tempo;
argument is rffe eksential conflict
twpen those who put their faith in
’ taMBed; bbeiety: and those who. put
theirs in .disciplined individualism.
/What mAkcs thia conflict so confus-
ing la the fact that those who cry the
“tovdest for liberty have, fundamentally,
the least trust in tt. .• I
A CLEAN, ODORLESS TOILET BOWL
m a sign oPa faatidioua bouaewifa.
Spray NIL on-and in bowl once a day.
For musty bathroom odors, apray in air.
FRESHEN STAGNANT BASEMENT
AIR. Juat apray into air, or directly on
areas where odors originate.
. MUSTY CLOTHES CLOSETS lose tbetr
odors within a few seconds after spray-
ing with NIL. Use • light NIL miM
on walla and clothes in closets.
WIPES OUT CL0THES-4IAMPIR
ODORS. Spray hamper inside and out,
as clothes accumulate.
ODORS IN UPHOLSTERY cauawi by-
pets, spilled drinka, tobacco smoke, or
bums vanish when sprayed with NIL»
TOBACCO ODORS YIELD FAST to a
NIL treatment. Spray ah*, curtains,
draperies, etc. in smoky room.
"MORNING AFTER” ODORS from al-
cohol. smoke, etc. disappear rapidly
after NIL ia sprayed thoroughly in air. ■
A TRULY ODORLESS REST-ROOM in
storea. service stations, etc. is a bless-
ing! NIL destroys restroom odors with-
out leaving an odor of its own. Spray
NIL on and in toilet bowl, on floor, ia
drains, and air in room.
r HUNDREDS OF COMMERCIAL USES
V Why We Say ML Is World’s
First TRUE Deodorant:
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Bond Issue Increased
WRWOKA, Nov. 1—< Special.!—
Addition of 95.000 to the proposed i torney. ThU addition brlngn the’bond I ainount.i
taiftxuQ! jin iti
a nr ;■ .mro-ed
The vorld u composed of inde- FREDERICK. Nov. 1.—((Special.)—
s'4iict;ole atoms, so •’society” is noth- Seniors aind juniors of Weaver con-
more .tfcan an aggregate of indi- solid a ted school No. 13. wegt of Fred-
•> ideals. The individual is the begin-
r ing and the end. Individual sensa-
tipci is the source of al! knowledge.
*WRlecuve senMitidn u impossible, and
tbierejfotw, collective knowledge is non-
SUCCESSORS TO OLD TYPE
\ Actually Destroys 100,000 Odors; Does Not
” Cover Up” With Perfumes; Works In Air, On Body
On Odorous Objects—1
(T5m Patented Formula Proved and Feed in Thousa
bage, liver, oniona, fish, etc., spray NIL
into:lhe air. Keeps houae clean-ameiling.
GETS RID OF ’’KITCHEN-HAND”
ODORS — from onion, fiah, cheese, etc.
Wash hands, and moisten with NIL.
ACRID ODORS OF BURNED FOOD dis-
appear rapidly when NIL ia sprayed
into air and on areas affected.
STOPS SINK AND SEWER ODORS
FAST, with only a spoonful poured into
the drain. Allow to stand a few minutes.
GIVES YOU CLEAN-SMELLING ICE-
BOX. Spray or dampen refrigerator
walls, shelves and trays with NIL after
defrosting. Kills food odors; helps ster-
ilize interior. (Wipe off metal surface.)
NO MORE SMELLY GARBAGE CAN—
just spray the garbage in can daily.
Also spray inside, before and after
washing out can.
DOG AND CAT OWNERS AMAZED
WITH NIL’S action in keeping homes
free of animal odors. Spray NIL where
dog or cat lies or sleeps. Use direct on
dog. If animal commits nuisance, spray
area. Spray daily in cat’s sand-box.
NIL that Odor!
Uoeanad BUM DIVtttON, BKINNRR MFG. CO, OMAHA, NBBRW COPR^ 1W Pm—» Na. 2,310,0*9
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Gaylord, E. K. Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 237, Ed. 2 Friday, November 1, 1946, newspaper, November 1, 1946; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1766045/m1/14/: accessed May 19, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.