The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on June 2, 1942 · Page 3
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I Tuesday, June 2.1942 UMOTA THEATRE t\ Tuesday, June 2 10e & 20e Show One night he didn't reach home! Hero in overalls . * . he had a secret and the enemy wanted it! Tops in timely, tingling thrills! I He wouldn't talk, though death threatened! "JOE SMITH American" Starring Robert Young with Marsha Hunt, Allen Rivkin. JHE HtlMJttQLDf Wednesday and Thursday June 3 and 4 Folks . . . it's fun-derful! . . . for its songs! . . . for Its dances! . . . for its girls! ... for its fun! The grandest cast ever packed into one big, mad, merry musical! JACK OAKIE GEORGE MURPHY WALTER BRENNAN LINDA DARNELL MILTON BERLE Mark Bellinger's RISE and SHINE With Sheldon Leonard, Donald Meek, Ruth Donnelly, Raymond Walburn. Admission 10c-20c-30c All admission prices include state sales tax and federal defense tax. PERSONAL MENTION and Mrs. J. J. Howe are In Rochester, Minn,, where Mrs. Howe underwent an operation May 27. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Brtggs, and the former's daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Dunn spent Decoration Day at Gowrie. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Strom of Fort Dodge, spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Strom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sawyer. Dolores Fort returned to the C. J. Johnson home In Gllmore City Sunday evening after spending the week-end at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Wlndrath and daughters of Slbly visited over the week-end at the parental Otto Wlndrath home, and with other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drewer arid son Cecil of Marshalltown, spent Sunday at the Mrs. Lucy Oestrich home. Mr. Brewer la a hrother of Mrs. Oestrich. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Whipple and Mrs. Whipple's father, Wm. Boothroyd and Helen Learmont were Sunday dinner guests at the W. A. Learmont home. Week-end guests at the Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Coddington home were Mr. and Mrs. Keel Coddington and Sally of Dubuque, and Mrs. I. M. Clark of Spirit Lake. Elizabeth Ruu<J and John Palla- han of Estherville spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Miss Ruud's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ruud at Benson, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hedge of Jackson, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gruener of Dakota City were Decoration Day dinner guests at the W. A. Learmont home. Mrs. Fred Piau has sold her home in douth Humboldt to Mr. and Mrs, Melavin of near Livermore. Mrs. Plan has moved into the former John Paulson home across from Hicknell Park. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Johnson of Qllmore City, Mr. and Mrs. Art Reeves, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson and family of Livermore were visitors Sunday at the Louie Fort home ifl Dakota City. Mrg. George Zuldemu, who underwent an operation in the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge recently brought home Saturday. She recovering nicely although she 11} cooflnai to her hud. Sunday on the i for Dee Moinss where she Join- Ben McGee Is ill and confined to his bed. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tilton of Ames visited old friends here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Breed spent Decoration Day in Manson visiting relatives. Mr. and Airs. Howard Fleming entertained relatives from Chicago over the week-end. Mrs. Dwight Lennon and daughter left today for Cedar Hapids to join Mr. Lennon who has employment there. Donna and Myrna Hlomker of Rutland were visitors Wednesday afternoon with Oayla Odgnard. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Ewy and son of Algona visited.over the week end with relatives In Humboldt. -Mrs. James Heifers of Indianapolis. Indiana is a vlsilor here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Earth. Miss Beulnh and Opal Jean Schutz of Amos, spent Saturday night with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Laursen. Mr. and Mrs. Ttibmas and daughter of Ames were visitors Do-sore tlon Day with their daughter Mrs Clarence Stewart, and family. L. C. Klnseth of Pasadena, Calif arrived here for a visit with friends He also visited his daughter, Ralph Cook at Waterloo. Mrs. Mnry Heritage of Cedar Rapids, Is spending the week at the Tom Sather home. Mrs. Heritage is a sister of Mrs. Sather. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Dillon and two children of Newton spent the week-end with Mrs. Dillon's sister, Mrs. Earl Mann In Dakota City. Mrs. Hazel Coyle of Santa Monica, Cat., Is visiting In the home of her sister, Mrs. Harry Evans, and In the Mrs. D. F, Coyle home, Elmer Jay and Darrell Larson of Fort Dodge, spent Saturday night and Sunday with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Yaursen. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sheely of Waterloo, were Saturday and Sunday visitors at the Rasmus Hanson home and with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Goodrich of Waterloo, spent a few days in the Elmer Llndhart home with Mrs. Goodrich's mother, Mrs. Myra Goodrich. Mrs. Pearl Scarborough of Des Molnes, spent the week-end with icr parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jones in Dllmore and with Mrs. Flora Scar- lorough here. Mrs. John Devine who has heen visiting her daughter, Winifred, and son I,oren, is Los Angeles, Cal., for the past two weeks returned home last week. Mrs. Catherine Mickelson in company with Mrs. Helen Cran of Rut- und, spent Sunday evening and Monday at the Art Schultz home near Esthervllle. Mrs. Elvira Odgaard of Ackley, pent Saturday and Sunday here with her daughter Gayla and her mother and sisters, Mrs, Cora Laursen and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Merljn,Johnson, of Omaha, spent the week-end In the parental Julius Johnson home. His ons Gary and Dick accompanied hem home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs, Cal Huntley and family of Sioux City, came Friday night and spent Saturday and Sun- dny In the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Marsh. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Foster and daughter, Ann Lee of Cain, are visitors with Mrs. Foster 1 !! mother, Mrs. J. W. Olesen and her sister, Mrs. T. C. Mlckelson and family, Mrs. Mlda Doan is improving and has been moved from the hospital to the home of her sister, Httmboldt Garden club meets at A. M., at the hoffie of Mrs. Bair, corner of 4th St., and 2nd Ave. S. Every member respond to roll call on her favorite plant or color combination. Mrs. Millie Knrth will hate charge of the program, "So You're Going to Mafte a Garden; A Garden of Fair Delights." R. P. 0. M. clnb meets at the home of Mi-s. Esther Morse with Mrs. Agnes Bowen assistant hostess. Mrs. Mae Westmoreland will be in charge of the program. W. R. C. regular meeting. Pot luck lunch, arid birthday party. W. 1. C. meets at the home of Mrs. C. Christensen with Mrs. Warren Daily hostess.. Thnrsday, Jnne 4— Baptist Womans Mission Circle meets at the church with Mrs. II. J. Flemmig hostess. Mrs. Earl Slleter will be lender. Country Club picnic with the following committee in charge: Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Shellenbereer, Mr. and Mrs. S. Brockman, Arthur Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer LiruUia'M, Mr. and Mrs. Randall Melson and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brown. Airline Industrial Club meets at the home of Mr?. Josie Helvlck. Program leader, Maude Christensen. Topic, Victory Garden- Ing. Dorcas Lutheran Ladles Aid has been postponed until June 11. St. Mary's Society meets at the school with the following committee In charge: Mrs. Ray Ehrhardt, Mrs. Leo Hanna, Mrs. Earl Smith, Mrs. John Loftus, Delorls Sweeney, Mary Brown, Mrs. Fred Buscher, Mrs. Ben Vonderhaar, Mrs. Harry Shaffer, Mrs. Vlnce Ennls, Mrs. Ernest Thune and Mrs. Joe Melavln. Congregational Womens Fellowship meeting will be held at the church with Circle Number 3 In charge. Mrs. Fred Finn will be chairman. An out-of-town speaker, Mrs. C. R. Banwell, chairman of the womens division of the Webster City Association, will be speaker. A 1:15 luncheon will be served. Friday, .Time 5— Eebekah Lodge meets at I. 0. 0. F. hall. All members are urged to be present as there will be nomination and election of officers, election of delegate to Ilebekah assembly election for assembly officers. After the regular meeting a memorial service for Rebekah and Odd Fellows will be held. L. T. R. rook club meets at the home of Mrs, Clara O'Donnell. Priscllla Club meets at the home of Mrs. Pauline Beck. Monday, Juno 8— 0. E. S. regular meeting In Masonic Temple. M. W. A. regular meeting. JRfcNK H1NNERS IS GRADUATED FROM BEAUTY ACADEMY jllomkcr Families Enjoyed I'lcnlc— The Blomker families enjoyed a picnic Decoration Day in the Blck- nell Park. Those present from out of town were Mra. Bertha Blomker and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Blomker and daughters of Rutland, Mr. and Mrs. Myrl Blomker and children ol Unique, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Odgaard lorth of Humboldt and Mrs. Elvira Odgaard of Ackley. Miss Irene Hlnncrs, da tighter of Mr. nnd ,Hrs. K. St. lllnnors of Gilmore CI(> recent!; >YHS grailna!ei' from Fort. Dodge Meant? Academy. Irene, a graduate, Humboldt. h%h school work with her sis* tor Hazel nt the llnmboldt Jtcnnty Shop. APPREHEND TWO PAROLED CONVICTS AT GILMORE CITY Sheriff Henry Sexe states two paroled convicts from the penitentiary at Anamosa were arrested Sunday at Gllmore City. Officers said the two were trying to pass forged checks, that they had stolen a car, and were having a rousing good time In general. One of the convicts said his name was Floyd Pullman of Chicago, the other was named Doty, no surname or address reported. Sheriff Sexe states the two undoubtedly will be returned to Ana- PAGETHttfcR R E W R 1T E S fftk«* Pfom the Independent of Mfly 2fl Hnmboldt sonnly 4-11 clnb girh will hold their annual Rally Day Tuesday, June 2, at the Humboldt high school auditorium, beginning at 10 o'clock In the morning. ton won't be able to buy any. thing but war bonds and stamps in the Humboldt and Dakota City stores from noon to 12:16 P. M. on July 1. Merchandise sales will be suspended during that time, and war bonds and stamps will be purchased. Miss Margaret Hoffmann of Humboldt and Ilobert Richeal, also ot Humboldt were married February 21 at Memphis, Mo. They will live In Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. l»on V. Selson of Humboldt announce the marriage of their daughter Charlotte Elaine, to C. Arvin Dt-Groute of Rutland. The wedding took place February 7 at Grant City, Missouri. Seventy members of (he Humboldt and Dakota City Chamber of Commerce gathered at the Country Club Monday evening for tbe last regular meeting before September. Miss Isalicllo Gregcrson was hostess at an announcement party at the home of her parents at Livermore Tuesday evening. Miss Gregerson and William Fain will be married June 7 in Humobldt. The llnmboldt Legion Auxiliary reported a successful poppy day Saturday, May 23, Several men from this county went to Des Molnes recently to talk to Governor Wilson concerning the construction of a primary road Into Rutland and into Bradgate. Edward Severson of Thor went through twelve years of school with no girls In his class. Another contingent of men leave this county for the nrmy Monday morning. AvtoUofi Cadet. Ifwlit JU KflChiiast of Badger has reported at the Lubbock army flying school at Lubbock, Texas, for the final lap of his training. .lames IMnln of Gllmore City has been promoted to the rank of corporal in the armed forces at Gieger Field, Spokane, Wash. Private Kenneth Mnnch visited friends and relatives in Humboldt last week, on a furlough from Gnmp Forrest, Tenn. Miss Isubelle Olson of Dradgntc is now employed at the office of County Treasure Bennett. Sheriff lf»-nry Scxc wont to Slonx City on official business last week. M. A. Miller of Bode was indicted by the federal jury on a charge of receiving stolen goods. Stanley I'ltmnii of Dakota City has been driving a personnel car at Fort. Leonard Wood, Mo., for the j past year. He was recently chosen ns one of the best drivers !n camp. Glenn Tcmon Collins of Hum. boldt has enrolled In the Great Lakes Naval training station. Funeral services were held nt Algona recently for J. P. Thllges, who died at his home there May 21. He Is a forriler resident of St. Joe. Funeral services were held at Bradgate Wednesday for Gerald Jolllffe, 6 year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Dunne Jolllffe of near Bradgate. The lad died at the Whltte more hospital. A brooder house on (he Jlndy Olson farm at Bode burned 16 the ground recently, and 300 chicks were lost. Connty Nurse Marie Olson attended a nurses convention In Chicago from May 17 to 22 and reported a very Interesting time. Mrs. Byron Wilder. She suffered injuries In a fall down stairs rey cently. Mrs. Earn Munson, of Esthur- ville, who was called here by the death of her aunt, Mrs. Win. Mccord last week, spent a couple of days with her brothers Curt and Ben McGee. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hanson and BOH Kent of Waterloo are spending their two weeks vacation here at the parental Raymond Crulkshank and Rasmus Hansen homes and with other relatives. > Mr. and Mrs. Jay Larson near Fort Dodge, are the parents of a baby girl since Saturday, May 23.> They have named her Marilyn Joan. Mrs. Larson Is the former Ednu Laursen of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Masters spent Sunday at Den Molnen. Mr. Masters remained In Des Molnes to atend Air School and Mrs. Masters returned to Dakota City to operate their grocery store during his absence. Polly Cottlngton who is employed in Dakota City had as her guest over the week-end Mrs. Maxine Fender of Forest City. Sunday they went to Webster City and Mrs. Fender returned to Forest City Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Joy Tilton and Shirley Ann of Pocahontaa, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Stone and Ronald of Dakota City, Mrs. Sadie Tilton and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Tilto» and children enjoyed a pot luck dinner at the Buseell Porter home in honor of Shirley Ann's first birthday. Mrs. Peter Nelson of Pea Plaiaei, lit. is visiting her »tet«r, Mrs. Rasr mus Hausen and family and other relative^. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson w«re> tower resjden$s here. Mr. Nelson was night marshall b*re from 1S08 until 1815 whea they 4$ Wi»con»l» where they NO POSTOFFIGE BOX SAVES TIME-TROUBLE FOR AVERAGE MAN Livermore Gazette: We don't suppose the chap who rents no postofflce box, compelling the postmasters of the country to sort thru the general delivery mall every time he calls, Is very popular with Uncle Sam's P. 0, representatives. Also a resident may be considered by some to be lacking in enterprise and pride if he rents no box. But by renting no hox he at least e capes one evil. The mall order houses of tbe country can't use him as a dumping ground for their literature. It is an imposition on a man who rents and pays good money, In advance, for a postoffice box, primarily to receive the correspondence of his friends, the newspaper for which he subscribes, and the Invoices and bill of his creditors, addressed to bis name, and then find his box stuffed with sale bills, circulars, and a grist of objectionable matter, tbe senders of which have to do nothing but stamp "Box-holder" on the stuff, while Uncle Sam's agent, who has to obey orders If be wants to hold bis job, is expected to push it onto every box renter. The postmasters could save themselves a lot of labor — and we have an idea of few ol the most disgusted ones do — dump a lot of it into tbe stove. Thus we say there IB one Incentive for a man to refuse to rent a box. This "bos-holder" stuff was, of course, brought about through the pull of the big wholesale houses to get their stuff into the home in competition with the home merchant. So long as the mall order house was compelled to have the name »nd addresi of everybody he wanted to reach, there could be no objection. It was legitimate competition, which tbe local merchant,— it he was enterprising— cou)4 in* out-sider U permittad to Jut say "bax-holdsr" and cowpel tb« popt master to do hia bill p$44lijy;, he nas w iiajiict jj4rantaj$ §#4 i# a nuisftjaee. Tb,e above thoughts occurred to u| this we*k afte? vjpjp- is* a tot <jj this itufj inlo tb« noil- otfics waste basket 994 fWWf f lot Ol HOLDERS OF POOR LAND CITED FOR LARGER BENEFITS A dispatch from Chicago states recently that the State AAA committees will be polled on a suggestion that the formula for paying farmers for conservation practices ho revised so that holders of poor land would benefit the most. The proposal was made by Chas. S. Cameron, Oklahoma state chairman, at a meeting of AAA commlt- teemen form 'the 48 states assembled to discuss 1843 production necessities >to "formulate a wartime program." The sessions began yesterday and continued today. Cameron called 'for a change In the payment formula after state leaders generally agreed on proposed continuation and possible expansion of payments for conservation practices. He urged that most of the available funde be alloted to farm? needing conservation most. The present flat per-acre allowance provides equal allotments to owners of rich and poor lands. State chairmen were asked to consult with their committees at home and report on their sentiment toward Cameron's recommendation. The prospective AAA program for next year stresses greated production of "war crops" and tentatively embraces revision ot benefits. The agriculture department has been working on a program for reducing commodity payments for staying within allotments on crops which now have above-normal re- nerves, for Increasing benefits for conservation work, and for introducing "Incentive payments" for production of commodities deemed vital to the war effort. Of tbe need tor "incentive payment." several chairmen said farmers would cooperate in producing what the country might need to win the war regardless of any special assistance.. Other chairmen opposed disturbance of current allotment payments. Fred S. Wallace, AAA director, assured the conference there was no Intention in Washington of scrapping the farm program or departing from tbe baelp principles of tbe national farm policy as exemplified by AAA. • His- assistant, E. D. White, said study ot the production job at hand was being affected by farmer-demand for continued price support and proposals for some sort of Incentive payments for those attempting a new crop required by tbe war and Involving a risk to the owner. CONOCO PUNS FOR LONGER CAR LIFE dispatch from ponca, pity, Oklahoma, says tfcajtfcs Pwwco people have praised 9 Ufa tgr cars service V {1} sary to the proper servicing of the car. They will remind motoristR when lubrication und other services are needed, and will do everything possible to help the motorists get the maximum life from their car? at the least possible cop.t and trouble," Morgan said. All Conoco dealers In this territory are cooperating In the plan, It was announced. Lorcn llnmn, widely known dairy farmer south of Algonn, has a new brick building with a store front under erection at Algona. The building Is to be used as a bottling plant. Walter Parson of Eagle Grove has been awarded an all expense scholarship at Harvard University. He will enroll for the summer session which starts June 21. OJUTUAKY MTH. William McCord •-• — •. -. -. ,.-. ^ ;> Elizabeth Jane McGee, daughter of William and Mary McQee, was born In West Township, McLean County, III., October 1, I860, and died at her home In Humboldt, Iowa, May 23, 1942 at the uge of 81 years 7 months and 22 days. She grew to womanhood In McLean County where she also attended the rural schools. She wan united In marriage with William Y. McCord, a young man of an Adjoining county, on Sept. 7, 1882, at her parental home in McLean County. To them were born five children three sons and two daughters two of whom survive here, two sons and a daughter having died in childhood. In the spring following their marriage they came to Humboldt County where they engaged In farming near Livermore on a farm where the early stage coach made regular stops. A year later they returned to Illinois and came again to Humboldt County In 1891 where they lived until 1916 after which they lived In Lake Mills and Clear Lake until 1938 when they came to HumboUlt where they have since resided. The most of their lite time has been spent on the farm where they have shared the experiences of the early pioneers in this Northwest. She united with the Methodist church at Farmer City, 111., when a young girl and has been an attendant with those of that faith throughout her life-time. ••• She has been a quiet, home loving wife and mother who was always thoughtful of the needs of others. Her life time ot devoted service has endeared her in the thoughts, not only of her immediate family but also to a large circle of friends. She has enjoyed good health, until a few months ago when she was stricken with Influenza from which she never fully recovered. NOTICE.. New Delivery Service Effective Friday, June 5th, We Will Have Three Deliveries Daily 9:00 A.M. 11:00 A.M. 4:00 P.M. And One Delivery A Day To Each Home This is in accordance with government wishes, and we ask your co-operation for the duration. A. B. White Co. Grocery Department U1E THE WANT ADi ^PT^WP W-Sf^^K ^Wi^Wp^-Sf •"•^^MRflpr ' t-* > «*>£,* ^4 SPECIALS Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday California White Potatoes, 10 "ib&ZSfc 100 Ibs , , |3,29 Robin Hood Flour, per sack-.-—..$1,79 Perfect Flour, per sack.--,—-. $1,49 Prunes, No, JO can ,„.,.,..„;.., 29c Peaches, No, 10 can.,.,,.. 5$e •Apricots or Pears, No f 10 can.., 59c & 3 for 25c 's Park Sweetest Spfup* P^JV per package , ,. ; Milk* a cans for,,.,. Soap, 6 bars f0?-.,«,.,/.^ s , ... iK^SMI^Sf*^ 1 -^iftfll^nPp*' * '*• ~ *L _d , i s2_v* j_ v ^^ ,*'.;» v!'J -"-* About si* weeks age she was CM- fined to hef bed and gradually grew Wfeakef Until tne eM cattle to Saturday night at tflfd'Slgnii May 23, 1942. She is survived by her beloyed' husband with whom she has shared the Joys and the sorrows of their marHed life f6r almost sixty years. She Is stitiylved also by her son and dnaghtef, L. 1*. McCord aid (fctttftfi Mf8.'' ffmHtL 'a^ryfef both of Minneapolis, Miflfi. gte {» also survived by fo.tif itafld 66S6. and one great fratfrfdaiiehter.. • ' B'uftei'ttl servftses were held f aea^ day afternoon at 1:16 tfom tn» Lfndhart ftaderal Chapel conduct' ed by the pastor of the Methodist church of Muffiboldt. She was laid la the UiHofi Cemetery west of Mamboldt.-'Centflbuted. HURRY— —HURRY NWon'tbeLongNow Ye* It Won't Be Long Until The Big Closing Out Sale Will Be Past History, Merchandise is melting away almost like snow would melt in July. So hurry, hurry, buy now*'! and save. 10 FREE PRIZES WILL BE GIVEN AWAY SATURDAY, JUNE 6ttt Contestants, Get Busy, Be a Winner! COURTESY CARD CONTEST To the contestant selling the most courtesy card* in dollars from now to end of contest will receive Free 3,000,000 votes, second 2,000,000 votes, third 1,000,000 votes. Think, talk and sell courtesy cards. 100,000 Votes on Each "$" Dollar From Now to End of Contest Saturday Evening We Will Give 100,000 Votes on Each "$" STOVES PAINTS ANYTHING FOR THE AUTO Contestants — time is short — talk to your friends. Sell courtesy cards. Ask em to buy parts for auto, stoves, paints. Votes count big now. Think Of II Folks Buying merchandise at such low prices as here quoted, are listing only a few prices. Prices Arc Lowered On TVIany Items—Hiflrry—Hi Points, Brushes, Distributer 7c and up»i| Thermostats as low as....... .......... ,^53c Fuel Pumps, now only ................. ,$1.49 Auto Heaters ..... .............$2.89 and up Carburetors ................ ......$3.19 and up Spark Plugs now..... ........ .29c and 39c Tire Chains, 600x16 ...... .„ ..... $3.49 Motor Oil, fortified 10-20-30-40 47c Valves, Pistons. ....'.... One-Third Off Rubber Fittings, to One-Third Off Gaskets, One-fourth to One-third Off Brake Shoes and Lining One-fourth to One-third Off Fan Belts Go At One-fourth to One-third Off Many Other Parts for , Auto at Give Away Prices Bicycle Supplies One-fourth to One-third Off Coleman Camp Stove ........... ....... $3,89 Machine or Carriage p r icei Cut to Only Ib. Farm and Home Tools One-fourth to One-third Off Fly Spray your own container, gal 47c Wall Paper .................................. $ Off Radios Go At One-fourth to One-third Off Pcatntc Flat Wall, gullet! * f S.f • *rallll& VftrnMfc, gallon • ti.fi Enamel, now quart at-— ....... -.... -98c Paint Thinner, your own cont M gal 59c •!*«• f rom ixl t * i, it Hone Collars and Collar Pads Radios Go At ..... One-fourth to Onc-third Off OIL HEATING STOVES To gel oil one mult buy before June 15 Muff tart, T«U Pip«, v? .,..,. and Fly Spray » w i »„'

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