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The Algona tipper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa* October 26,1933 Safa botan and Loretta Howie will : spend this week end In Ames visiting friends. Dennis Becker returned Monday from DeKalb, Illinois, where he spent the past ten days. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Butler were In Iowa City at the homecoming football game Saturday. Loren Bishop of Yankton, South Dakota, nephew of A. A. Bishop,, came Thursday for a visit here, Inez Potter and Georgia Carmean of Bancroft spent the week end in Des Moines where they visited friends. Irma Campbell of Titonka visited Drusllla caughlln Friday. Miss Campbell is a teacher In the school there. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Anderson and child of Spencer visited the former's grandfather, Fred Anderson last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. c. C. Conner of Des Moines were visitors Thursday at the home of the latter's sister, Mrs. Walter Good. Leona McMahon left Saturday even- Ing for an extended visit with relatives In Chicago, she will also attend the world's fair. Mrs. Elizabeth Hills of Bradgate, Iowa, arrived Friday to visit here for some time at the home of her nephew, V. H. Coffin. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. chrischilles returned Sunday after a two weeks' vis- It with friends in Chicago. They also attended the world's fair. Raymond irons drove to Spencer on Sunday and returned with his wife who had been visiting there the past week with her sister, Mrs. c. J. Nugent. Dr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent spent the week end in Cedar Rapids visiting Mr. and Mrs. Stunner Quarton. Saturday they drove to Iowa City for homecoming. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon A. Hansen of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, arrived Saturday at the D. A. Barnard home where they will make a visit of indefinite length . Donald Dewel, Alice Rist, Josephine Murtagh and Bob Harrington spent the week end in Iowa City. Saturday they attended the home coming football game there. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal spent Friday and Saturday at Cedar Rapids where Mr. Deal attended a board meeting of the Master Painters. Mr. Deal is one of five members of the state on the board. Mrs. Ted Rustan and baby of Ayrshire arrived Friday at the home of her mother, Mrs. H. N. Webster for a week's visit. Mrs. Webster has been confined to her bed since Sunday with the neuritis in her arm. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. M. Smith and daughter, Mary Susan of Des Moines, tpent the week end at the home of the latter's brother, w. A. Barry, and brother-in-law, J. J. Holtzbauer. Mrs. Smith was the former Mayme Barry. Mrs. Van Allen and children, Evelyn and Mary Elizabeth, and Lloyd Keith spent Sunday at the James Allen home in Fort Dodge. They returned in the evening with Harold Van Allen, who had been visiting since Friday there. Mrs. W. H. Cummlngs drove to Des Moines Monday for a visit until Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Smith. She was accompanied by Mrs. Ralph Horigan who will also visit until Friday with her mother, Mrs. Elsie Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. George Holtzbauer and Loralne Tierney spent Sunday in Mason City visiting at the home of Mrs. Holtzbauer's son, Bernard Tierney. They returned that evening accompan- • led by his son, Craig, who will spend this week here. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ogren left on Tuesday for San Antonio, Texas, whers they will spend the coming winter as they did last winter. They are driving by way of Vicksburg, New Orleans, Galveston and expect to reach San Antonio in about two weeks. Mrs. A. A. Bishop and sons, James and John, left Thusrday evening for Chicago where they attended the world's fair until Monday. From Chicago James went to Valparaiso where he will visit for some time with his sister, Mrs. G. L. Billiard. Rev. Royal J. Montgomery of Grln- nell was a guest of Rev. Robert J. Hoerner Sunday and at 11 o'clock spoke in the Congregational church on "This Business of Caring." In the afternoon he held a conference for a group of people interested in religious education. Donald Clifton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe McLaurin and LaVonne Kay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hanselman were baptized in the Trinity Lutheran church last Sunday. Miss Meta Gade, Mrs. Henry wegener, and Mr. and Mrs. George Hanselman acted as sponsors. Saturday evening the group of men who were at the Algona cottage at Cass Lake for the past nine days returned. Those who enjoyed the fishing there were Horace Clapsaddle, M. A. end F. E. Bartholomew, Cooney Herman, Bill Seipman, Alex Nielsen and Matt Lamuth. Jennie Cooney, Elizabeth and Trade Holtzbauer drove to Mason City Sunday, returning late in the afternoon with Mrs. E. J. Kelly who visited here a short time before returning on the train that night. Mrs. Kelley will be remembered as Gertrude Sheridan, formerly librarian here. Betty Jane and Eleanor LaBarre, the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. O. R. LaBarre, left Friday for Eagle Grove, where they visited their aunt, Mrs. I. M. Meline. Mr. and Mrs. Meline and three children then drove them home Sunday and visited until Monday evening at the LaBarre home. Mrs. Meline is a sister of Mrs. LaBarre, Among those who intend seeing the Iowa-Minnesota game Saturday at Minneapolis are the following couples. Mr and Mrs. G. W. Stillman, Melzar Falkenhainer, W. W. Sullivan Gaylord D. Shumway. John Keneflck, Joel Herbst, Maurice McMahon, Helmuth Miller, Roy McMahon, Edith and Delia Welter and Bertha Kuchenreuther. H. M. Smith are also planning to be present. Mrs. W. A. Foster, Mrs. A. L. Long, i T. P Harrington, and Mrs. B. W. left Friday to visit their daugh- --• • •• — t —f, student at «*• Mrs. Kate Turner spent the last two weeks with her three daughters in Des Moines. Miss Edith Notton of Nashua is a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. L. A. Copp. Mrs. H. A. Carey and daughter, Joan, spent Tuesday in Whittemore at the Roy Crawford home. Mary Biggins returned Friday after a week's visit with her brother in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Anderson of Rockwell were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Saunders Saturday and Sunday. Veronica and Naomi Keneflck of Eagle Grove were visitors at the home of Dr. John Keneflck Sunday. Miss Nora McEnroe left Saturday evening for Chicago where she will spend this week at the world's fair. Mrs. E. C. Hancher and son, Lowell, spent the week end visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Hayes In Nevada, Iowa. Union School District No. 4 will have a musical program Friday evening, October 27. Miss Kathryn Price is the teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Norton spent the week end in Marshalltown where they visited the former's mother, Mrs. W. A. Norton. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sheehian spent the week end in Newton visiting with friends. They also attended homecoming in Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Kohlhaas drove to Hollandale, Minn., Monday where they spent the day visiting the latter's brother, Otto Harig. TheWoman's Missionary society of the Presbyterian church will meet on Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Fred Gelgel. Mr. and Mrs. R. o. Bjustrom and family and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bjustrom spent Sunday at Boone where l<hey visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock left on Friday for Sioux City where they visited their son, Kenneth, and his family. They are expected back today. Floyd Saunders, local manager of Kennedy & Parsons, left Monday for Cedar Rapids where he will attend a state creamery convention this week. Mrs. C. A. Joynt and two children, Billy and Helen, spent from Thursday until Sunday visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Reinders in Mallard. Mrs. J. F. Biggins and grandchild, Mary Catherine Cain, of Fort Dodge, visited from Saturday until Wednesday with the latter's father, Marvin Cain. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Hull, Mrs. Forest Main and two daughters, Shirley and Charlotte, all of Kellerton, Iowa, spent the week end at the Harry Hull home. Mrs. R. S. Riggs and two daughters left Tuesday evening for her home in Youngstown, Ohio, after a three weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. A. E. Kresen. sky. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Carey and two daughters drove to Blue Earth where they spent the week end visiting Mr. Carey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Carey. Duane Dewel spent from Friday to Tuesday at Chicago where he attended the world's fair. He also visited his mother, who is in Evanston taking treatments. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle spent Sunday visiting at the home of the latter's' sister, Mrs. Emil Hedblum in Ogden. They also visited another sister, Mrs. Martin Carlson. C. A. Geilenfeld, who had been seriously ill, suffering from an abcess, was operated on at the Kossuth hospital last Saturday. We are glad to report that he is improving nicely. Mrs. S. E. McMahon and daughter, Mrs. Joe Harig and her two children, drove to Galva, Sunday where they spent the day with another daughter, Ruth, who is teaching there. Joyce, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tim O'Brien of Whittemore spent from Thursday until Sunday with her aunt, Miss Eileen O'Brien, employed at the J. J. Holtzbauer home. Meredith and Frank Lathrop and two cousins, Merlin Johnson and Kenneth Meusey of Storm Lake left Saturday for a visit at Chicago where they attended the World's Fair until today. Mrs. Chester Long, Mrs. Geo. St. John and Mrs. H. D. Hutchins left on Tuesday for Des Moines to attend a meeting of the grand chapter of the Eastern Star. They are expected home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynk spent Sunday in Belmond with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wolle. Her brothers, C. J. Wolle and family of Sioux City and H. R. Wolle and family of Minnesota Lake, Minn., were also present. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilles and daughter, Arline, and Mrs. Spilles' father, John Denlnger, of West Bend spent Sunday at Breda, Iowa, where they visited Mrs. Spilles' sister, Sister M. Amelia, who teaches in St. Bernard's academy there. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hanselman and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Hanselman and daughter, all of West Bend, Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner and Fred Hauenstein, Sr., were entertained for dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hanselman last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. O. Boger and daughter, Araminta, left Sunday for their home in Omaha after a ten days visit at the home of Mrs. Boger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Osterbauer and sister, Mrs. Ann Fechner. Mr. and Mrs. John Falk of Titonka tools them as far as Fort Dodge, Mrs. Falk is a sister of Mrs. Boger. Mr and Mrs. R, G. Richardson and family and George Johnson and two children, Ella Mae and Donald, drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to visit Mrs. Johnson, who is in a hospital there following an operation performed about a week ago. Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs. B. F. Burtis. has been with her since Friday and will remain until Mrs. Johnson is able to come home. IHIUMATTSM Pain—Agony Starts To Leave in 24 Hours Happy Days Ahead for YOU Think of It—how this old world does make progress—now comes a prescription whloh is known to pharmacists as Allenru and within 48 hours after you start to take this swift toting formula pain, agony and Inflammation caused by excess urlo ftold hap started to depart. Allenru does just what this notice says It will do—it Is guaranteed. You can vet one generous bottle at lead- cents ana if It doesn't bring the joy- Good Hope Young Woman is Married Good Hope: On Oct. 11, Miss Eldora Lowtnan was united in marriage to Delbert Sankey at Good Hope parsonage. The bride is a niece of Louis Lowman, long a resident of this community. The groom has been a resident for two years, he and his brother operating the Milt Moore farm. The bridal couple Will reside in the community until spring at least. There was a reunion of relatives at the Otto Engstrom home last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney were guests at the W. J. Bourne home on Sunday. Mrs. J. F. schoby and her son, Howard of Athwood, South Dakota, were guests at the Glen Jenklnson home The James Knolls were guests of the Bennett Mitchell home at Buffalo Center for dinner Sunday. They drove up after church service. Leona McMahon left Saturday evening, for Chicago to visit the World's Fair. She will also visit relatives there and In Madison, Wis. The special rally services which have been held during October at Good Hope and Whittemore churches will be climaxed on next Sunday with a special service for all friends and prospective friends of the church in the community who are not under obligation to other churches. Carl Madson, former Good Hope resident, who has been picking corn for Jens Sorenson, returned home to Eagle Grove last Sunday. The Sorensons and Martha and Esther Madson accompanied him returning that...evening. Can had expected to make an extended stay in the community but an attack of rheumatism made it impossible for him to remain. Mrs. J. J. Dooley has been ill for some time with ulcerated varicose veins. F. A. M. Frost returned Thursday after a three weeks' visit with relatives down state. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brownell and family spent. Sunday at Kanawha where they visited relatives. Mrs. G. C. Dourte of Swea City was a week end visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson. Theo. Goeders has corn on a farm near St. Benedict reported as yielding 75 bushels per acre. Ed Holecek and Jim Burda of the Holecek Radio shop spent Sunday in Garner with Ed's relatives. Dr. and Mrs. wm. Scholten of Spirit Lake were Saturday night and Sunday guests at the P. A. Danson home. Jack Reid and Roy Crapser are able to be about again after being laid up for two weeks with sciatic rheumatism. Charles Lund of the Lusby drug store and Dick Sorensen, son of Lars Sorensen are in Chicago this week attending the world's fan-. Bernice Wilson took a little vacation from the H. R. Sorensen & Co., grocery and spent a few days the first of the week in Des Moines. Esther Dearchs, John Barr and Mrs. E. J. Rawson spent Sunday in Ames where they visited Julia Dearchs, a student at the Iowa State College. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Goeders spent Monday and Tuesday in Des Moines where Dennis looked after some business matters pertaining 'to the Fish and Game Commission. Anyone who has relics pertaining to the history of the Congregational church, and who is willing to loan them for display during the Congregational Jubilee is asked to call 563. Mrs. F. S. Norton returned t° her home Monday after undergoing a serious operation at the Kossuth hospital. Friends will be glad to hear that she is getting along much better now. Senator L. J. Dickinson and F, A. Corey drove to Des Moines Thursday morning and returned the following day. Senator Dickinson went down on business and Mr. Corey visited his brother, A. R. Corey. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Reynolds and son, Donald of Ellsworth were guests on Sunday at the Al Amunson home. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Reynolds are Mrs. Amunson's parents and Earl is her brother. Mrs. F. E. Kent drove to Indianola where she visited her parents over the week end. She was accompanied by Mrs. G. W. Stillman who visited her mother, Mrs. Holland, at Maxwell and by Mrs. E. C. Hancher who visited in Nevada. Mrs. Hattie Phillips is spending this week in Minneapolis with her sister, Mabel Roupe, who spent the week end in Algona. Jessie Roupe of Mason City was also a week end guest at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, C. E. Roupe. During Mrs. Phillips' absence, Mrs. Fred Pooch is helping out at the Elite Shop. Prepare now—Cold weather coming. Methanol Alcohol, 44c gal. Glycerine Anti-Freeze—one fill lasts all winter, 98c gal. 8. & Q. Oil, S. A. E. 20 for early winter driving, 45c gal. Gamble's. Shirley Poirier Depicts Spirit Of Junior Red Cross in Movie Bancroft Young Folks Hold Birthday Surprise Bancroft: Last Thursday evening, Frank Baker celebrated his sixteenth birthday and was pleasantly surprised by a crowd of young people. The evening was spent In playing games after which the crowd went to Forester hall and made merry to the tunes which the radio, borrowed for the evening, gave forth. After exhausting all the pleasures there they adjourned to the home of Frank and partook of the sumptuous lunch awaiting them. Ledyard H. S. Play to Be Staged Next Friday; Ten in Cast Ledyard: The Junior class play, "The Mystery of the Third Gable" is to be given in the auditorium Friday evening. The cast Is as follows: Roy Lane, Arvid Brandt; Mrs. Lane, Lyla Hamm; Sally Sherwood, Ella Goetz; Tom Sherwood, Cecil Long; Mrs. Sherwood, Lillian Klinksiek; Judge Sherwood, Dwlght Smith; Janet Morgan, Mildred Vaughn; Jane Morgan, Marjorle Matzener; Roger Hadley, Maynard White; Simpson, Alfred Lloyd. Miss Kitley spent the week end at her home in Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. John Frandle and son visited relatives at Blue Earth Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gesch were visitors Saturday at the J. T. Welfare home. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Gable returned last Tuesday after a week's visit in Des Moines. J. H. Welfare, Jess Welfare and Arline and Mrs. Chas. Hilferty drove to Sioux Falls last Thursday. The sewing circle met last Monday evening at the D. B. Mayer home with Miss Alice Dunham as hostess. Marjore Stranahan and Norma Kelly visited in Fayette over the week end and attended homecoming. Mr. and Mrs. Art Countryman and family were Sunday guests at the Ernest Jorgenson home near Elmore. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Peterson of Sanborn visited over the week end at the home of their s°n, Cecil Peterson. Alice Dunham, Mrs. D. B. Mayer and Marjorie visited at the home of their parents in Waterloo over the week end. Mrs. Mary Tillmoney has been ill the past few days and confined to her bed. She is under the care of a doctor. Mrs. Henry Dyer and sons and Mrs. Mark Dyer of Bancroft attended the funeral of a nephew at Cylinder last Wednesday. Miss Irene Dyer, who is working in Minneapolis came last Thursday to visit over the week end at the home of her parents. Adelaide Randall, Ruth Jones and Juanita Underkofler attended ihe Century of Progress at Chicago on Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs; Carl Jensen of near Thompson viisted at the Glenn Yahnke home Sunday. In the afternoon all drove to Rapidan. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Welfare and Doris and Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Brown visited Sunday at the Ralph Johnson home near Guckeeh. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett attended homecoming at Upper Iowa University at Fayette Saturday and then visited Mr. Barrett's father at Chester Sunday. Dr. J. H. Doyle of Huron, South Dakota, gave an address to the high school last Monday afternoon on "Success." He later entertained the grades' as a ventriloquist. Word received from Mrs. Niester, who has been visiting relatives in Dayton, Ohio, says that she expected to be in Chicago Monday to visit there at the home of her brother. Mrs. L. C. Strand and Mrs. George Thompson drove to Charles City last week Wednesday to visit at the home of Mrs. Thompson's brother. He returned with her for a short visit. Word was received this week that Lawrence Brand and Gerald Warner after joining the conservation corps Lawrence had been sent to Georgia and Gerald to near the Canadian line. The Methodist Aid met at the home of Mrs. Blanche Jenks last Thursday afternoon. A good crowd attended and a lovely lunch was served. Out of town guests were Mrs. Richardson of Burt, Mrs. A. Munyer and Mrs. Shaw of Rugby, North Dakota, and Miss Edith Looft of Des Moines. The honor students for the high school and Junior high for the past six weeks are as follows: seniors—Anna Jones, Tllmer Halverson, James Logan, Adah and Idah Telcamp, Lillian Saunders and Kenneth Thompson; Juniors, Lillian Klinksiek and Elaine Blome; sophomores—John Estle and Luetta Gelhaus; freshmen—Henrietta O'Keefe, Lois Wilson and Cleo Gable; eighth grade—Alvira Halverson, Beulgfi Looft, Ruth Estle and Geneva Gelhaus; seventh grade—Lurene Lloyd and Edna Leslie. Mrs. Guide and daughter, Maxine, visited at Mason City Sunday. Sheriff Dahlhauser and son, Joe, were business visitors here Saturday. Mrs. Discler from Rock Valley Is visiting at the Joe Sandschulte home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Recker had dinner at the Joe Recker home Sunday. Hubert Hood and Ed Becker drove up from Humboldt Sunday for a day's visit. J. H. Menke is having his office redecorated and also new fixtures installed. Bob Glasgow is moving into the Gus Pothoff residence in the northeast part of town. Donald Dyer is home for a short visit with his parents, Mr. and Mr*. M. J. Dyer. Rev. Pick assisted at the thirteen hour devotions at Buffalo Center on Sunday evening. Claire Delterlng celebrated her 4th birthday Saturday and had her grandparents for dinner. Walburga Rahe Is giving a pie social Friday, the 27th. Everyone Is invited so don't forget the date. Dr. B. J. Lattimer from Springfield, Minn, was visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary Lattimer last week. Rev. Pick assisted at the Wesley parish last Friday and Saturday during the Illness of their pastor. The public school will again open for school this Monday after a week of vacation for corn picking. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kollasch have returned from their honeymoon which was spent in the Twin Cities. Mr. and Mrs. Al Fangman are visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Dyer for a few days this week. Rev. Father Schultes Is leaving for Chicago Monday on business and also will attend the Century of Progress. Mrs. Lawrence Kennedy, sons John and Edward, drove to Fort Dodge on Sunday to visit her mother, Mrs. Delaney. Mr. and Mrs. John Haupert and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schiltz were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Schiltz Sunday. William Krumm of Swea City got his hand in the elevator Saturday and broke one bone in his wrtet accompanied by a slight abrasion. Mrs. Charles Baker, daughter, Monica, and Isabel Saunders spent a couple of days at the home of Mrs. Walt Welp in Humboldt last week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert West and their daughter, Virginia, visited his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth West, Sunday. Mrs. Daus returned to perry, Iowa, with them. Donald, Bob, and John McCarty and Joseph Klnsella from LeMars were visiting at the home of J. H. Sheridan on Sunday. The Mccartys will son move on a fnrm northeast of Bancroft. Mr. Benedict of Sherburne, Minnesota, has purchased the bakery equipment and will open for business as soon as he can get It in running order. Mr. Benedict will move his family here at once. FARMERS Attention How Is your cream separator bowl? Does it vibrate and rattle when you use It. If It does, bring it to the Speraw Shoe & Harness Shop across from Swift & Co. and have it respaced and rebalanced by an expert who will be there with a Tobln bowl rejuvenator to make it run like new. We take off the added discs and Just leave the original ones for $2.00. Expert to be here Saturday, October 28, and for three weeks. Agent wanted for Kossuth County. 43* /WWVWWWWWWWWVWVWV DANCE I. 0. O. F. Hall, Algona Wednesday, Nov. 1 TINY TOE TEASERS prominent Worthington, Minnesota orchestra. This is the first of a series of Wednesday night dances to be held In this hall. Al Menke, Geo. Bartlett, Bobby Griggs and other well known or. chestras have been engaged. "Algona for Better Dances" ww^ LAUGH AT WINTER Prepare Now for the Cold Weather Look to Your Storm Sash. Order Your Coal Today. Use Weatherstrip on Doors and Windows. Dry Kindling 25c a Bundle. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229. vwuwuvvvuv It's a great week for values at A. & P. We're celebrating out 74 years of public confidence and value giving with this great food sale. SUNNYFIELD FLOUR 1.59 1.43 121 O ^ OOG Q Hi A O1C 49 Ib. Bag IONA FLOUR, 49 Ib. bag .... Plllsbury's or Gold Medal FLOUR .. 1 A949 Ib. 1 QQ 24% ib. bag l.V/d bag .... L.tJiJ Eight Oclock COFFEE 3 Ibs Butternut COFFEE per Ib Del Monte PEACHES 2 No. 2% cans Del Monte PEACHES No. 1 can Brown SUGAR Per Ib Seminole Cotton Soft TISSUE 4 1,000 sheet rolls Borden's Eagle Brand MILK Z cans Swansdown CAKE FLOUR A *] n pkg. fm M C» Lifebuoy SOAP 3 cakes Keokuk Dill PICKLES Qt. jar T. & T. Pumpkin PIE SPICE Ca/r PUMPKIN 3 No. 2 cans White House EVAP. MILK 3 tall cans Sparkle Gelatin DESSERT 3 pkgs FREE Free one package of Sparkle Chocolate Pudding with every purchase of three packages of Sparkle Gelatin Dessert, Fleischmann's YEAST Cake Wilbert's No Rub FLOOR WAX K n -* Can 43C Best Poods Bread & Butter PICKLES 4B~ Jar IOC Shinola, Brown or Black SHOE POLISH 4 A Can 1UC ONIONS f»n«. 60 Ib. bag DUG A. & P. Pood Stores lOc 5c 25c 35c 19c 15c lOc .26p 17c 17c • returned. TRADING WILL RESTORE PROSPERITY WE HAVE THE FURNITURE; YOU HAVE THE CORN We will allow 2 cents above market price for corn. This is your chance to get a new Living Room Suite, Bedroom Suite or an Odd Piece of Furniture. Nearly everything on our floor was bought before any advance. Shop around then see what we can save you. Foster's Furniture Company

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