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Humboldt, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 28, 1942
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lOe & 20e Show Grade says: "The cat saw the murderer. Now if you can only make kitty talk . . , the case is solved!" GRACIE ALLEN in "Mr. & Mrs. NORTH 9 ' J^tii Wm. Post, Jr., Paul Kelly, Rose Hobart, Virginia Grey, Tom Conway, Felix Bressart, Stuart Crawford, Mrs. Joe Coins, formerly lona Bair, la repor«*l to be quite with a heart ailment. Mr. and Mrs. Earl P. Ellsworth spent Thursday at Corwlth, where they directed a funeral service. 0. j. Manshlp and family mored Saturday to the McCauley residence, vacating the Boore place. Mrs. 0. J. Sheldon of Esthervllle visited Friday at the home of her sister-in-law Mrs. Anna Rossing. Mr. and Airs. Miller Klein and Bonnie Lou spent Sunday at the John Nielsen home near Bradgate Mr. and. Mrs. Albert Hermanson of Rolfe were Saturday afternoon visitors at the Paul Neilsen home . Mr. and Mrs. George Blau of Alexander, were Sunday visitors with relatives and friends in Humboldt. Wednesday and Thursday April 29 and 30 Go gay with Garbo! It's her first picture since "Ninotchka'M She rhum- bas. She swims. She skis. GARBO Melvyn Douglas in "TWO-FACED WOMAN" With Constance Bennett, Roland Young, Robert Sterling, Ruth Gordon. Admission 10c-20c-30c All admission prices include state sales tax and federal defense tax. PERSONAL MENTION Mrs. Sophie Zimmerman of St. Louis, Mo., visited here Friday afternoon Schultz. with Mrs. Clarence Betty Simonsen is much improved after an Illness of pneumonia. She is at the home of her mother Mr« Peter Simonsen. F. M. Jansen. came from California, to spend the summer near his children, Dean Jansen and Mrs. L. D. Snyder. Karl and Cecil Leland spent the last week at Fort Dodge where they were plasterine a npw r *»?i'Ie!:fe, under construction. ' Dale Sarsgard underwent an operation for the removal of his tonsils Monday morning at the office of a local physician. Mrs. Miller Klein spent from Friday morning until Saturday noon at the home of her uncle Hans Nielsen and family near Rolfe. A baby girl weighing seven pounds was born Apr!.' 2-Sth to Mr and Mrs. Keith Haynes of Rolfe. She has been nained Beatrice Ann! Llndy Marcum student at Iowa State College at Ames spent the week-end at the home of bis parents Mr. and Mrs. George Blck- nell. Frank Soldow who has taken treatment for affliction in his eyes, made another trip to Marshalltown during the week (o consult an eye specialist. Miss Marie Stoakes who has suffered with eye affliction in recent weeks, went to Marshalltown during the week to consult an eye specialist. Darlene Van Houten of Livermore spent from Friday evening until Sunday afternoon at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Merton Helvick and family. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Chambard, will vacate the apartment at the H. Schoonover residence, and move Lloyd terwllliger of JJaltota City visited Saturday morning with Dale Rhodes of Dakota City, who Is a patient at the Lutheran hospital In Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nielsen of Humboldt and Mr. and Mrs. Niels Nielsen of Rutland were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Chris Johnson home in Algona. Mrs. Tanna Anderson received word from Washington. D. C.. that her daughter, Laura Mae Anderson underwent an operation for appendicitis last Thursday morning. Miss Anderson Is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Dwyer of Boston, Mass., came last Wed- i nesday to spend several days at he parental S. E. Dwyer home and with other relatives and friends in lumboldt and Gilmore City. Mr. Dwyer Is in the U. S. Navy. During the Missionary play at the Baptist church Sunday night, a ree-wlll offering was contributed which totaled over $123. The mount will be sent to Miss Rebecca Anderson, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Jacob Anderson, who has spent recent years as a missionary at Burma, India. furnished the entertainment Lunch including a birthday cake Was served by Mrs. Miller. Rook Party at SOCIAL CALENDAR Mr. and Mrs. Paul Newsome of DOS Moines were visitors here last Sunday at the parental George Newsome home. Mrs. C. H. Day spent several days last week with her daughter, Mrs. George Solbeck and family near Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mayall of "^ 'Humboldt visited one flight last >eek at the Emll Kunert home near Dakota City. Mr. and Mrs. Emll Kunert, Ray and Kenneth were dinner guests Sunday at the G. E. Frelsth home near Fort Dodge. Mrs. Clifford Soddorls Is enjoying a visit from her sister Ann of Spokane, Washington. She visited Saturday afternoon at the Herman Kunert home. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hoffman and daughter Blanche of Sac City were Sunday dinner guests at the C. M, Ward home. They were former residents here. Mrs. W. C. Hoag accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Theron Kendall of . Gilmore City to Lake Mills last Sunday where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Brue. Ben Morse, who was taken quite 111 last week and was taken to the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge •underwent an operation. 'He Is Setting alone nicely at this time. Mr. and Mrs. James Gregersen of north of Rutland are the parents of an eight and a half pound girl born Saturday morning, April 25. She has been named Sharon Ann. Virgil Foley who has been employed by F. J. Rogers at the green house for several years has purchased a green bouse at Rockwell City and will move his family there soon. Mrs, Harold Jolmton and Mary Alice of Jackson, Minn., are visit- lag a few days ut the Hollls John- sop home In Humboldt while Harold Johnson Is on a business trip In Illinois. Mr. and Mrs/ F. J. Swanson are the parents of a boy born Sunday, April 26 at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Swanson is the former Betty Hlrarod. Mr. Swanson Is a pharmacists mate with the U. S. navy, Mr. and Mrs. John Miller went to Fort Dodge Sunday night to meet Mr. Millar's cousin Mrs. Mabel Stone of Walla Walla, Washington wljQ was called here by the death of her mother, Mrs. Mary WlM panned away at Cherokee last Thursday night. Mrs. Rosa Nelson returned to the home of her mother, Mrs. A nun McBreerj at Llvermore Sunday after speeding some time with her *on> at §t. Benedict and Wesley, She to their cottage at the Country Club May 1. Mrs. Chris Wilson and daughters, Violet and Betty Lou of Pomeroy spent from Friday evening until Sunday evening at. the Russell Campbell home. Roy V. Worthingtoh and family vacated the residence owned Jjy Mrs. Nettle McCauley and moved to a new residence recently constructed by Don Pierson. Tuesday, April 28— Friendship Club meets at the Methodist church. P. E. 0. meets with Mrs. W. W. Stearns. Miss Nellie Pinney will be in charge of the program. Duplicate Contract Club meets in the evening at the home of Mrs. George Engquist. T. N. T. club meets with Leona Larson at the I. O. Olson home. L. D. R. meets at the First Lutheran church with Mrs. Reuben Wiuff and Mrs. Archie Hockel hostesses. Rotary Club meets for 0:15 P. M. dinner in Legion dining room. R. N. A. regular meeting. Wednesday, April 29— Key Bearers meets at the Congregational church with the following hostesses: Mrs. W. B. Tlgges. Mrs. Vern B. Allan, Mrs. Herbert Green, Mrs. James Coddington, and Mrs. C. M. Woodward. Devotions will be In charge of Mrs. H. A. Heverly, and Mr?. Franz Lowder, Mrs. W. C. Williams will be in charge of the program. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Soyd tained a few friends Sunday even- Ing. Rook was played during the evening after which lunch Was served by the hostess. Knmllr Dinner nt IVood Home— .Mr. and Mrs. Grant Wood of Dakota City entertained their son and family of Fort Dodge and their duaghter and family of Clare at dinner Sunday. Mm. Robert Knieriem Honored nl Shower- Mrs. Merton Helvick, Mrs. Ron- aid Helvick and Mrs. Bernie Hel- vlek were Joint hostesses in the foimer's home at a coin shower Saturday evening, April 25th, in honor of Mrs. Robert Knieriem who was recently married. The evening was spent playing various games and contests. A two course luncheon was served at the close i of She evening. Mrs, HarUey Me- Intosh of Livermore was an out- of-town guest. Kftii ileltk-k Celebrated Birthday— Mrs. Merton Helvick entertained fourteen boys and girls at a party last Tuesday afternoon from four until five-thirty at her home In honor of her son Earl's 8th birthday. Trout Season Opens May 1 An hour was spent playing games after which refreshments were served. Earl received many gifts In remembrance of the day. •flCjro Birthdays Honored at (.'has. J. >'clson Home— Mrs. Charles J. Nelson entertained sixteen relatives and friends at a 8:30 dinner at her home Sunday evening honoring the birthday of her husband and of Axel Johnson. Mr. Johnson's birthday was Sunday and Mr. Nelson's was Monday. A social evening was enjoyed. The Iowa trout season opens at five o'clock A. M. May 1 and will tiose at nine P. M. September 30. Trout may be fished each day of the season from one hour before sunrise to nine P. M. war time. The catch is limited to eight fish, possession limit 16. legal lenth IB seven inches for Iowa. The catfish season opens on the inland streams at 12:01 A. M. May 1. and remains open until mid- night May 30. It closes May 31 and during the entire month of June, the month of heaviest spawning, re-opening In all Inland waters at 12.01 July 1, and closing again November 30. Catfish In the lakes of Iowa Is not open until July 1. The daily catch limit. !s fifteen, possession limit 30. Minimum length 12 inches. The minnow and frog season does not open until May 12. ed her son-in-law and daughter! Mr. and Mrs. Bob Myers to Kansas City, Mo., where she expects to spend about a month. K. J. Smith who underwent an operation recently at the University hospital In Iowa City will be brought home this week. He will be confined to his bed. Keith Johnson and William Vonderhaar who left recently for Omaha, Neb., to enlist in the coast guard service, were sent to New York, to start training. Dr. H. E. Dresser and a group of professional friends from Fort Dodge and Algona, will go to Manchester to enjoy the opening of the rout fishing season, May 1. Mrii. Ray Wogen who submitted to a major operation at Rochester, Minn,, some time ago, Is convalescing at the home of her mother, Mrs. L. Kleppe at Lake Mills. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Bauman Joiu- ed other rural mail carriers and auxiliary members for the monthly party Wednesday evening, at the B. Stoakes home at Goldfleld. Mr. and Mrs, Hans Porter and son Gene of Humboldt, accompanied Reuben Torgerson of Dakota City to Rolfe Sunday evening where they visited at the Keith Haynes home. Rutland Woman's Society of Christian Service meets at the Methodist church in Rutland. Mrs. L. Gatch and Mrs. E. A. Tellier are the program committee with Mission lesson. Mrs. R. Knieriem and Mrs. A. B. Goodell -lunch hostesses.- Old- papers ~and magazines are to be brought to the church basement. Hook and Needle Club meets at the Home of Mrs. Otto Fisk. Irs. Ed. Wlttman. Thursday, April SO— Conservation League meets at the high school auditorium in the evening. Ladies night. W. S. C. S. meets at the Methodist church with Mrs. Helen Russel and Mrs. C. E. Green hostesses. Devotions will be given by Mrs. Roy Snyder. Program will be in charge of Mrs. J. Dissmore and Mrs. Breaw. Lunch committee will be Mrs. Clarence Cole, Mrs. Ray Lndhart, Mrs. Denton Myers, Mrs. Ed. Johnson and Mrs. Lawrence Siracban. Unity Circle meets at the home of Mrs. Pearl Garfleld. Mrs. Tlllle Leland will be In charge of the program. First Lutheran Ladles Aid meets at the church with Mrs. Thorvald Brown, Mrs. Harry Johnson, and Mrs. Jack Mikkelson hostesses. Mrs. Glenn Friesth will be in charge of the program. Friday, May 1— Rebekahs meet In I. 0. 0, F. hall. CONSERVATION GROUP WILL HOLD LADIES NIGHT THURSDAY Thursday evening of this week will be observed as "Ladles' Night" by the Humboldt County Conservation league, with a meeting in the Humboldt high school auditorium, open to the public, as well as all members of the league in the county, and their wives. A splendid program ha? been arranged, Including a moving picture, "The Story of the Columbia River Dam." In addition, the Humboldt junior high-school—will—present—a* one-act play entitled, "Backfire," and two musical numbers, one Instrumental and one vocal, will be presented by junior high music groups under the direction of O. CWford Anderson and Miss Anna: belle Bo wen. ' •A brief business session of the county league will also be held to transact necessary business, County President J. C. Reasoner announced. determined nieces, Marian and Jill, roles taken by Dorothy Saxby and Bernlce Madsen; the fun loving boys, Frank Hnrlow and Jack Lor- ng played by Eugene Schluter and Roland Watts. Susan, the housekeeper, Vivian Tellier; Henry Goober and Delilah Worts, two comical darkies portrayed by Donald Hood and Lorraine Moen; old Darius Krupp. the ancient caretaker, Ralph Whipple; Bluebard Bronson. the escaped maniac, Wayne Torgerson; Bill \Vil!;in.s his keeper. Edward Carlson; Patricia Arnold, a Chicago girl, Joyce Torgerson. and last but not least, "The Headless Phantom," and who is he? What a mess the was pointed out by the clothing specialist. She suggested Selection of a well-fitting shoe suitable for all occasions, rather than faddy, fancy shoes. Samples of attractive cotton hose designed by the U. S. Bureau of Home Economics to meet the silk and nylon shortages were displayed. The girls and leaders were told what to look for in purchasing hose. A ftudy of 50 Iowa 4-H girls indicated that each girl averaged 12 pairs of hose In a year. This clothing lesson was the final of a series of two studied by club girls in their clothing project this year. In the first lesson home sew Ing, a "distinguished service" Ii vorson; two, fJbfis Mcftenna; three Leora Sewafd; four, Jtnlh Knier lem; five, no school, use nnmbef two as rationing center; si* Evangeline Cruise; seven, Marjorle Leh- nihg; eight, no school, use number seven; nine, Slance Thorgon, and ten, no school, use number nine aj rationing center. Humobldt township: subdistrlct two, Jeanne Stoddard; three, Doris Olson; four, no school, use Liter- more school; five, no school, nse number three; six, no school, use number two; seven, no school, use Delana number seven; eight, no shcool, use number three and nine, no school, use number two as ra- loning center. Lake township: subdistrlct one, no school, use Renwick school as rationing center; four, Florence Zealand; five, Velma Boge; six, Selvine Ersland; seven, Murial Haaland; eight, Mildred Gray and nine, Kaleb Sunwall. Norway township; subdistrlct one, Amy Sandven; two, Eleanor Elm; tbrpp, Corrla Lcnalsg; four Anne Tokheim; five, no school, use Thor Independent school as rationing r»ti*«r; six, Ani" seven, no school, use number eight; eight, Dorothy Mickelson and nine, lona Norem. Wcnrer Township Weaver township: Subdistrlct one, Margaret Larsen; two, no school, use Gllmore City school; three, no school, use Gllmore City school; four, Veda Grain; five Luella Flemmlg; six, Ruth Lind- West Anted rural hart, nnd seven, Marian Jacobsen. Byron Independent rural school district, Vinessa Ferris; Maple Grove Independent rural school district, West, Gladys Paulson; north, Vera Vesterby and south, Naomi Peterson. Airline Independent rural school district: north, Winifred Wllley; south 'at school house, with Mr, Maach as registrar. Valley Independent rural school school district, no school, patron* uie Rutland School; Bait Ames rural school district, as school, use Rutland school; tTfllon independent school district, BO school,. use Humboldt school as rationing center. Totrn Schools Dakota- City public school, Super* intendent ttaymond Hovey. Humboldt public school, Superintendent B. 0. Holmes. Also serving Union School district. .Gilmore City public .school, Superintendent D. P. Edwards. Also serving Grant, Weaver two and Weaver three. Hardy public school, Superintendent Charles Halm. Llvermore public school, Super- ntendent L. E. Cockrill. Also serv- ng Humboldt township four school. Pioneer public school, Sttperln- endent D. W. Fernau. Renwlck public school, Superln- endeut F. H. Montgomery. Also serving Lake township number one. Rutland public scho uloSep, liutiuiiil pul>!iu auliool, Superintendent W. B. Devlne. Also serving East and West Ames rural school district Thor public school, Superintendent W. E. Raker. Also serving Norway five. Maple Lawn Rural Independent school district, Superintendent E. A. Holland. Bode Consolidated school district, Superintendent E. 0. Berkland. Bradgate Consolidated, Superintendent E. S. Wixon. Ottosen Consolidated, Superintendent W. P. Truesdell. Vernon Consolidated, Superintendent E. A. Johnson. I . ---01 — u.*jLiii b t.ia*icu OCI vice 1J characters get into, with ghostly | the emergency, was discussed, am - every-wbere. The play is deeds said to be a riot of laughs as well i repair. as thrills. Farm Bureau Offices Being Repainted The offices of the Farm Bureau In-Humboldt are~bcliig~TepainTea and generally Improved. Fluorescent lighting fixtures have been hung. CORWITJI JiAVY MAN AS MISSING, REV, DA VIES TO SPEAK TO RUTLAND BROTHERHOOD Rev, J. J. Davies of Fort Dodge will address the Rutland Brotherhood of the Methodist church Thursday evening, April 30. Music for the program will be furnished by a girls' sextete from the Humboldt high school music department. All men aro asked to bring sandwiches and a covered dish for the pot-luck supper. attended the weddlug of Viu- Eisenbacber and Dorothy e| Wesley. r, a»(J Mrs. George Maajjjajn. {aojily tt fTina., Mo., who came Monday to attend the funeral Of 7ftBtia» Maawtoi vlaUed'at the ' " MJ9*»4»W'» fc*", i; KutheHne Klit of Appleton was a Saturday evening dinner guest at the George DeGroote home. Miss Kilt spent Sunday at the home of her cousin Jens Kilt and family near Hardy. Mr. and Mrs. Don Clark of Liv- ^ermore are the parents of a girl 'born Monday morning, April 27 at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Clark was formerly Vera Hoffmann. Hou. John R. Jrwin, Republican candidate for Lt. Governor of Iowa, was a Humboldt caller Friday. Mrs. Irwin accompanied her bus- band and visited at the William House! residence. Mr .and Mrs. I. L. Smith and Patricia Warner of Hardy and Mr and Mrs. Bdd Schaffer of For Podge were Sunday evening din ner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merton Helvick. Mrs. John pevjne, Mrs. H. E Dresser, Jars. Mary Peviue and son Charles were,, to jryington, Saturday to attend the golden wedding relatives, Mr. .Honday, Muy Monday Club meets at the home of Mrs. Anno Nelson. American Legion regular meeting at the Legion club roomt. Luther League meets in the First Lutheran church with Juane, Garnet Skaugstad. Florence Reed and Shirley Underberg In charge. of and Mrs. H. Skllling. T&s? Were to WU1 ««4 D#fl»J4 Tft»? aa4 JP« (to f\»* n.4 Mr* Cterfc Cr*» {of Buffalo, H. Y-, K4*8 th,*lr Wars jffca " Hargld Johnww and Mary AHce of Jackson, Minn., Mrs. Sally and Mr. and Mrs. Hillls all ol Humboldt were Sun4ay visitors at the H. V. K U n- srt borne in Dakota city. Mr, au4 Mr*, fieorge DjjGrQQte e«4 at the prewial Harold Farewell 1'urty llonoml I). Lennon— Mrs. Paul Edwards and Mrs. Howard Dickson entertained a group of friends at a buffet supper at the Edwards home Thursday evening honoring Dwlght Lennon who left Sunday for Cedar Rapids where he has employment. Twenty guests were present. The evening was spent playing bridge. A gift was presented to Mr. Lennon from the group. 0, K, S, Group Meeting to be held in Fort Podge— The 1942 group meeting of Eastern Star District number 3 will be held In Fort podge in the Senior High School building on Friday May I at 8 P. M. Mrs. Laura SbeJ- lenberger is instructor of this district. Mrs, Daisy Jlay pf Oelweip, Worthy Grand Matron of the Order ol Eastern Star of Iowa, will I present. Joseph R. Nelson is Candidate For Renomination Joseph R. Nelson, whose home is four and one-half miles west of Goldfiela on Highway No. 10, Is a candidate for the Democratic nomination tor the office of supervisor from the third supervisor district of Humboldt county, composed of Vernon, Lake and Norway townships. Mr. Nelson is now filling the position to which he asks to be Ve-elected. He is serving his first term in office and has made an excellent record. He asks the consideration of the voters on his record In office. He Is a farmer of experience and standing and a spledld citizen. He has hosts of friends and they will line up for him in the November election. From Corwlth correspondent in Algona Upper DCS Moines: Frank Claptiaddle received a telegram from the War Department Tuesday stating his son, Harold Kilbourn Clapgiiddle, who has been with the fighting forces on the Batnan Peninsula, was liKled among the missing. The iiieKsage stated it was possible he had been taken a prisoner by the Japs. Harold has been in the navy for seven and a half years, but a telegram from him was received at Christmas time, giving the Information that he was stationed at Manilla. He held the rank of a first gunner's mate on the ship. Peter Kelch received a telegram Tuesday evening that his daughter, .Mary, who has been stationed as an army nurse at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., had been ordered to foreign service and was tailing at once to an unannounced destination. Mr. Keith has three children in the armed forces, two of whom are now in foreign service. Hugo sailed for Australia a month ago with the U. S. Navy, while Sylvtster, who was inducted Into the army Feb. 28, Is at Camp Crowder, Mo. Mary graduated from the Mercy hospital with the class of 1938. help was given In sewing machine Work clothes that will allow plenty of strelching-stooping- reachlng room for gardening and the many outdoor tasks farm girls may be doing this summer were displayed. AH the clothing Information will -be-Uiken-baek to each-of-the-8-olubs In the county by the leaders and the older girls who represented the clubs at training schools. SUGAR (Continued from. Paee One) on the district in : which a family lives: Beaver township: patrons in William Brady, 24, formerly of Alta, has been taken to the state penitentiary at Fort Madison sentenced to ten years for assault. On the way he tried to break away and slashed the sheriff him in custody, over with a safety razor blade. subdistrlct one-will go to the school taught by Anna Moen; sudlstrict two, Ethel Kunert; three, Genorn Roland; four, Cennotta Lennlng; five, Alice Born; nix Velma Johanson; seven, Doris Krause and eight, Opal Doge. Corinth township: FUbdJstrlct one, 1 Genevieve Berkhlmer: two, Elizabeth Doran; three, Neoma Hunsen; four, Gladys Larsen; five, no school so patrons will use subdls- trict number ten as rationing center; six,-Ruth Haviland; seven, Ruth Barrett; eight, no school, use number one; nine, no school, use number six; and ten, Gustie Gunderson. Dolana township: subdistrict one, no school, use number six as rationing center; six, Evelyn Jensen; seven. Ethel Slmonsen; eight, Elizabeth Jacobson and nine, Vivian Watuem. Grove township: one, Allen Hal- FRANK L. STADY PLUMBER 90» 1st Ave-N., Hmnboldt, Iowa Phone 433J district, taught by Lucille Caryl; tried the bottle beer that Milwaukee prefers to any other brand? iUTZ BREWINO CO., MILWAUKEI We Know who had the hand PI«b Tbyrsday- Mildred Wilcox entertained tb* 4. i. B. Thur*4*y alternosn {n, her h«oe ftoytJl of ftuinboldt. • Presj4ent £on«t»»ce Bgkken Djr e, «14e4 over fte business meeting "~' » ju-ofraro in charge of Mr«, enjoyed which Suffers Fractured Jaw in -Accident Thursday Night Pale Rhodes suffered a broken Jaw ThVBcJay night while working on the n(sht ghift at the Concrete Products plant near Humbolcjit. He was operating a hoist, and he wa» JMt J>y the prank. The Jaw bone: under -his nose wag fractured, w w also i«J«re4 b US, »ntf be suffered e»r. ..Jjr, aid fram. a /ICTORY ON THE FARM FRONT W tieWS fnm f BE THE MIDWEST'S y-em m ENTER THIS BIG CONTEST TODAY of no food market in the United States which matches our every day low prices on staple merchandise. Do you? 2 Ib. glass jar Jane Good Fancy Quality Peanut Butter ............. 35 C Case of 12 ......................... $3.35 P & G Soap, 6 for ............. 25 C Case of 80 ................................ $3.29 2 Ibs Folgers, Butternut, Nash, Maxwell House, Hills, A, B. C., Manor House or Atwoods Coffee .................... 55 C Many thrifty people are buying by the case now. 3 tins full size No. 2 Fine Quality Toma- » !; Wow behind, receive* 8p dsft ; (By Myrtle Hewitt) Huroboldt County's 4-H club are planning for tb.Ur "arsenal of clothes" wardrobes that will meet war emergency needs. in a meeting April 21 of older club girls and 4-H leaders with Miss Gladys Adams, 4-H clothing specialist from Iowa State College, information was given in remaking clothes, conserving garment* selecting from the fibers and fab- v ........ ' ................... • ...... Case of 24 ................................ $1.95 Monte 9 oz. Crushed Pii market. tbLer&n ho«nlfn1 in Wn*t <nn^»o' owl 10 tin Fancy Oregon Blue Prunes 29c Salmon will be available 04 Ml*s Adams pointed out that new .fabrics are gppajlng on UJB 'market as a. result of shortages of Others; l&erefpre, U to important kw>w the amoynt of wear to ei-

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