The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on June 16, 1942 · Page 3
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V Tm^smmtm mmem Flint, faftbot- ... ...... .. ............ 46.00 . , , ... ...... .. Ft. Djbflsfe LlmeSlofte Go., H UMOTA THEATRE i\ DOUBLE FEATURE Hie sent otionol crvofor of Urn-Wolf Man' ION GHANEY 1 Al Frankenstein's Montltt Tuesday, June 16 10c&20cShow "Born to Sing" Virginia Weidler, Ray MacDonald, Leo Gorcey "Rags" Ragland, Douglas McPhail. All admission prices include state sales tax and federal defense tax. Mrs. Calvin Haas and baby o Rolfe visited relatives Ifl Humbold last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Porter spen a few days last week at the Keltl Haynes home In Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Holden and family were Sunday dinner guests at the E. B. Berge home at Bode Mrs. Sullas Campbell was a Saturday evening dinner guests at the A. L. Hayden home in Port Dodge Mrs. Vernon Edge and baby spent last Tuesday at the home of her mother, Mrs. Frank Kaylor in Fort Dodge, Alan Clay, son of Maude Clay, eft Monday morning for Camp Dolllver, near Lehlgh, for a two veek's stay, Betty Lou Green, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Herb. Green, underwent a onsilectomy In the office of a local hysiclan Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Italia of Norfolk, Conn., are visiting a few days with Ihe C. W, Garfields. Mrs. Itnlla Is the former Ellen Frary. Frank Morris -,vas takeu to the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge Friday for medical treatment. Ho is suffering from a heart ailment Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hayden and son, Bernard of Fort Dodge, were Tuesday evening visitors at the fellier north of Humboidt entef lained a group of relatives at a 6:30 dinner Sunday evening at the Will Tellter home In Htraiboldt honoring Miss Virginia f enter Wno Is leaving Friday for Washington D. C., where she has accepted a civil service position doing oeere- tarlal work. The group presented her wltli a gift. Showers Honor Mrs. Cfemtftt E. Mather— Mrs. CItment E. Mather, the former Phyllis Sorensen, whose mar- iage took place Sunday, June 14 4 at the Trinity Lutheran church n Humboldt, was honored at two showers recently. Tuesday even- ng, June 9, IS guests were enter' alned at the Horace Adams home t a grocery shower in her honor. Hostesses Were Mrs. Adams and Irs. Richard Mather. Guessing ames were played for entertainment, and the honored guest open- d her gifts, followed by the gerv^ ng of lunch later In the evening. Thursday evening Sylvia Soren- cii and SlaSiiic Siiiiih entertained t a miscellaneous shower for Mrs. ATTENDING BiUKE SUMMER SCHOOL Miss Vera Struthera of Ottosen has enrolled in the college of education at fjfake University, Des Moines, for the summer session. SUFFERS BROKEN ARM IN FALL ON SIDEWALK TUESDAY Mrs. Lena Llscum of Renwlck suffered a broken left arm Tuesday when she fell on the sidewalk lear her home. Her daughter from Algona Is caring for her. The Humboldt City Council met in regular monthly session on Prl- 23ft. J . ! L n= /'., 1fl4 ?- at the c 'ty Hail, with the following member* prcg. w P 'M a y° r ' Wtn - f- HoiMrti, Clerk g- f • Jakway, and Councllmeri, A. P. Andersen, Albert Morehouse, G. n^r c RI V? R ' M ' w °scn. In addition to routine matters the following. bUl8_were read nnd allowed. H. t,. strong, City Trefts. Fire Dept. Equip. Bond nnd Interest .......... . 54 st L. R. R.; Natlorml Alumlnatc Corp, Sod- I'.im Alumlnate ..................... 6940 John Miller, Lnbor ......... 86 0( • ranclK John McKenrm, Lithor 3.20 babor .................. tOO.51 ., Stone ............„....'.... •.»... V.A. . ... . A fiA Halo Brick and Tflo Co.. As-' slgnment by Pt. nodes Steel ahd Foundry Cd. ........... ..... <).ig ^ Sec«*IH«» .......... Corfe A9si«tnme"rit""Dy"'pt, "Dodge steel ana Foundry <;<>. 47.2S , et \ H. A. Hcvtrly, Engineering services Chrales Himrod Humboldt. home west o: PERSONAL MENTION Mr. and Mrs. Hume Huse of Cedar Rapids were Saturday visitors at the A. E. Ruse and Tony Nissen home. Miss Vesta Knierlem of Sioux City visited at the home of her mother, Mrs. J. J. Knleriem over the week end. Junior Zes who has been attending school in St. Louis, Mo., came Friday to spend his vacation with his mother, Mrs. George J. Bicknell and family. Mrs. Karl Andersen and children ren of Burt visited several days last week at the home of her mother, Mrs. Chamberlin and at the A; P. Andersen home. • Mr. and Mrs? G. P. tfa'fper arid daughter Pat of Brooklngs, S. D., Lucille Caryl of Rutland spent last Saturday night with her cousin Joyce Hansen, Miss Mary Isahell Albright of Amps spent Sunday at the Mrs. J. G. Devine home. Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. DeGroote left Monday morning for Sheboygan, Win., for a weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chrlstensen entertained a few friends and relatives at Sunday dinner. Mrs. Joe Ennis and daughter of Shenandoah are visiting at the parental Bert Looney home. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Laursen, Gerald and Grace of Renwlck were visitors Sunday at the parental L. V. Laursen home. Mrs, Cassle Skow and Luclne Tubbs visited at the home of Mrs. Skew's brother Asa TubbiHn •Oil- more City Sunday. came Sunday to spend their vaca- Joan Skow, daughter of Mr. and tlon at the Otis Nelson home. Mrs. Mrs. Gerald Skow, was a week end Harper is a sister of Mrs. Nelson, .visitor at the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mrs. Reuben Collins was a Sun- '. Dod(1 nome ln GHmore City, day evening visitor at the home of ! Joseph A. Lemleux of Los Ange- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John : Ies ' Callf " arrived Sunday to visit Williams in Fort Dodge. The Col- at the Ravl Hansen home. He Is a Mrs. Sullas Campbell, Mrs. Russell Campbell, Joan Smith and Betty Lou Wilson spent last Tuesday afternoon at C. W. Blomker home west of Humboldt. A large number of Humboldt people attended final rites for Roy Worthlngton's mother at the Methodist church In Clarion Sunday afternoon. Burial was at a Clarion cemetery. Mrs. Leroy Cogswell and daugh- er Nancy of Waverly spent a tew days last week at the Art Strachan home. Mr. Cogswell came for hem Saturday night and they re- urned home Sunday. Rufus Schultz of Pontfac, Mich., Mrs. Ivan DeSmidt and son Jimmy of Chicago, Illinois, and Mrs. Everett DeSmidt, Jackie and Barbara of Waterloo came Monday for a week's visit with relatives. Mrs. Ostel Barker has received word of the death of her mother Sunday in Summerset, Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Barker visited her mother last March. Mrs. Barkers father died last December. Lt. Lawrence Devinc who has been stationed for some time at Sacramento, Calif., came Saturday night to visit until Thursday with his mother Mrs. J. G. Devine. He s In the U. S. Army Air Corps and is being moved to Florida. Dr. Harold E, Dresser left Sunday from Fort Dodge for Des Moines where he enlisted in the navy. He left Des Moines Monday for the Great Lakes Naval Training school. Mrs. Dresser and Harold Jr., will live with her mother, Mrs. Mary Devipe. Mrs. Dresser plans tc dispose of Dr. Dresser's office equipment > lather at the Myron Sor- nscn home h. Humboldt. Sixteen ladles enjoyed the evening of games emblem. FONDA WOMAN RECEIVES AWARD MEMORIAL DAY Mrs. Ernest Spolderde of Fonda received the emblem of the Emblem of Honor Association at services Memorial Day in recognition of the services of her father and seven brothers in ihe armed services of the United States. Mrs. Spolcder received tile eiglil sltti _ tt _ _ t 202 76 |. H. Andersrtn, May Sili!".'.'.'..'.'.'.' 120 62 Hugh Westfall, Mny *nl no.62 Oeo. Hvnely, Kng;necrlnR services ., s nn Ouy B. Smith, May ^i"'"""'^. li(U!2 Henry Fries, May pnl.... 8700 H. U Strong, City Trctts , .Sewer and Sewage Disposal riant bond ' — 482.50 r,»i , . ............... Otis Nelson, Postmaster, Post_ «Sfe ................................ r . (in Bernard Baardson, Labor.'.' ........ BOO Lewis Guerltman, I,abor ....... '..." 4 on Northwestern nell TYl. Co Phone at water plum .......... ;.. 4 55 Adams FOR N., 110, May rent— Comfort Station ....... 20 fin '' ..... 7 Mi and contsets. The gifts were opened and viewed by the guests and lunch was served. Mrs. Mather is the daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. P. B. Sorensen of near Gilmore City. Family Picnic at A. E. Rnse home— The Ruse families enjoyed a pot luck picnic dinner and supper on the lawn at the A. E. Ruse and Tony Nissen home Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs.' Nell Ruse and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ruse and family, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Ruse and daughter, Patty, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Nissen and son Gilbert and A. E. Ruse. Entertain at Miscellaneous Shower— Mrs. Mary Chamberlln and daughters Grace and Greta enter- alned at a miscellaneous shower Thursday evening In honor of Mrs. 3eorge Hendrlcka of Fort Dodge, he former Pauline Berrler. The evening was spent playing bridge and rook, with high prize In bridge going to Gwen Berrler, and high n rook goinlng to Mrs. Cora Ter- llliger. At the close of the even- ng Mrs. Hendricks opened her ifts, and a lunch was served. The award was presented to Mrs. Spoleder by Mayor Chas. Christian in behalf of the association. llns children are spending several World days with their grandparents. i 8e ?, S' Mrs. I buddy of Mr. Han- Jay Larson and Infant SOCIAL CALENDAR *• ... „ , nl J»n rc. ttay Ltniauil mill I111UUL ,^ r ' ' n ^' B - G ,' =•_. ™™»™, ^ughter Marilyn Joan of Fort _ i — . , , and sons David and Gary of Chlca- were Frday afternoon v , 8 . BO concluded n weeks visit at the itorg Qt the parenta i L . N . Laursen home of Mrs. Thompsons mother, home Mrs. J. J. Knierlem and other rela- | Mr .' nnd Mrs . O scar Holden at- tives and returned to their home ten(]ed confirmation services at St. in Chicago Sunday. | Olaf's church in Bode last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wicker of ''when their daughter Bonltu was Des Moines visited at the parental confirmed. Ennis TInken home Tuesday, and j J. J. Howe went to Taopl, Minn., Wednesday. They left Thursday for Lake View to visit friends and relatives. Mr. Wicker will leave Friday to visit Mrs. Howe who has beer, in Rochester recovering from an operation. Mrs. Howe returned Sunday from Sac City for possible home with him. induction into the army! I Mr. and Mrs. Thos. JoIIIffe, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Kalph "Meyers of' aml Mrfi ' n " wf) y ^nn\n' B and Mr. Pocahontas were Sunday dinner i and MrB - Cecil J°" lffe and Jean a11 ' guests at the home of their sister- in-law, Mrs. Carrie Meyers. The ' of Bradgate were visitors here ! last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. tv, 117?,,, ^"—' T' ' """ i sisters Mrs. Cora Laursen and the William Benton home and to E] , d L , become acquainted with the new " „, „ _, . , ... _ . baby girl at the Benton home. Mrs. ' Mrs - , v »™" Wood and Miss Ruby Ralph Myers is a sister of Mr*. ^ rnB( , le " hywcar FrW Jt y f ° r ?° rt Benton ! FranclB E - Warren, Wyo., where ,. ' • • „, „ . i the former 1 shUHband, Quartermas- Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mather. j (er vjrgjl W()0(1 , s btatloiie j. They i expect to be gone ten days. Mrs. Stella Schultz and Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. Clinton Mather and son Lowel and their niece Eleanor Mather, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Corft LaurSen Bpent p rl day with Tate, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cisney j thejr mather Wr8 . Bertha Blomker all of Madella, Minnesota, were! near Rut ] and> f^ey were all Pri- Sunday picnic dinner .guests at the ,j av evening supper guests with Harry Adams home south of Unique. Three members of the Made- Mrs. Opal Kramer in Rutland. Mrs. Mary H. S. Johnston, Mrs. Ha town quartet were present and Lucy Oestrlch, Mrs. Laura Schoon- entertalned the group. In the af- over, Mrs. Joe Sheldon, and Mrs. ternooQ they all attended the Matber-Sorensen wedding In the L. E. Charabard attended a one o'clock luncheon at Mrs. Mabel Trinity tuthertw church In Hum- Paulson's home in LIvennore. last boldt. Wednesday afternoon. NOTICE! t PHILLIPS' 66 GASOLINE DEALER if anxtauf to cooperate with our government in the Scrap Rubber f beginning Monday, June IS,! Look in your cellar, ^ and anywhere that might yield < 1 "iwap rubber thati* of nofurth* f you* Brim? it to your W . f 1 ^.i- fe. — -^^ i,. . — Tuesday, June 16— Rotary club meets for 6:15 P. M. dinner In Legion dining room. We Weavers Club meets at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Adams. Wednesday, Jane 17— Friendly Sewing Club meets with Mrs. Ostel Barker. Garden Club meets at 9:30 a. m; at the home of Mrs. LIda Edwards. Roll call "Garden Walls I Have Seen and Liked." Mrs. Edwards will also be In charge of the program on "Planing Planting For Privacy and Pleasure and a Garden Wall." 0, F. A. meets at the home of Mr. •and Mrs. Erwin Schultz with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Day and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Llndeman assisting. Family supper at 7 P. M. Program by the social committee. Wednesday afternoon Bridge club meets at the home of Mrs, Franz Lowdor. W. R. C. meetn In the Legion club rooms. Thursday, June 18— 1. O. 0. F, regular meeting. Country Club picnic with the following committee in charge: Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. DeGroote, Dr, and Mrs. A. E .Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Jaqua, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Fitch, Dr. and Mrs. J. K. Coddlngton, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Bicknell and Frank Jaqua. Baptist Woman's Mission Circle meets at the church' Thursday with Mrs. Carl Frets as hostess and Mrs. Homer Erickaen leader. Congregational Women's Fellowship circles n»eet at the following places: circle 1, meets with Mrs. Wlljard Edwards. No, 2 meets at the home of Mrs. Sigurd Skow, No. 3 meets with Frances DeSmidt. No. 4 meets with Mrs. 0. M, Woodard, No. « meets with Minnie Hanna. No 5 does not meet on this day. Friday, jane lusband of Lady Visiting in Renwick )ied in Michigan Republican-Independent News Service) RENWICK—Mrs. C. C. Bunch of Chicago, who has been here the past few days visiting her mother, Mrs. George Stoddard, received word while at. church Sunday afternoon that her husband had pasted away. He was at Hart, Michigan, visiting his parents. According to reports, Mr. Bunch had eaten dinner, and had gone In the bedroom to He down. When they tried to awaken him, they discovered he had passed away. He was 56 or 57 years old and was associated with the Chicago University, having a Ph. D. degree. He was quite well known In Renwick. INTERESTING ITEMS FROM ALL PORTIONS OF STATE OF IOWA Pnrnly«i>d. L. L. Castleman, Clarion, was badly Injured when he dived from a spring board Into the local swimming pool and struck a boy who was just coining to the surface after diving. Castleman saw the boy loo late to avoid striking him and turned so that his head was snapped forward. The sudden blow on Castleman's neck caused a fracture resulting In paralysis of the larger part of his body. Ray Hill, the other person Involved, was badly bruised by the Impact. Economist. Prof. Wight Bnkke, former Onawa resident, now a professor economics at Yale University, is one of the educators featured in n recent Issue of Life magazine relating the story of the school in wartime. Prof. Bakke specializes In studies of unemployment and old RKC assistance problems and Is regarded as an authority on Amer-i can labor laws and labor organizations. HI-HTO Girls. The aviator's saying that any American I^eplon Auxiliary, ''•»•*'•. Anderson Jjurnber Co., Material son 17 C Christensen, Lan'or'.':.'".'::.':::"" 75 Thos Chrlstensen. Kxtra police 2fl.nn Concrete Materials Co., Sand, Krnvel, cover HRK 720.38 Concrete Products Corp., Calcium chloride ...j js.to Klectrlc Service Co., Kepalrs 17.60 I Farmers Cooperative Ass'n Coal and tile ...: '.... 14.03 Farmers Mutual Hal] Ins., Co , Ins. Prem 10 ft n Gamble Stores, Supplies'...'.".' ...... 281 The Heltftel Steel Form A Iron Co.. Curb^qrma U ..................... 80.73 Ins. AJtM»|6y,.ins Preitt. on fife trueR ftnft fire- , : ..................... . Ffre bept., i fire 24.00 Public servlcs Co., Light and pow.er .............................. 282 «< nuft Printing C6., Printing and supttl&a ;... ....... at 13 M. H. Kieis, Repairs Kllpto Tx>OK6-T>ftf Co., Sup- AtUq Electric, RepriTrs'.'.' li.'fo I/lndhftrt Chevrolet Co., fte- 1 21 ' ..,. 7.00 McGregor Bros. A Co., Mater- InU..,..*: .-,, 385,10 Mid-Continent Petroleum Corp., Gas and kerosene .... 89.09 Matt Parrott A Send Co., Sup- > fneft ...... A.,... ..,.„.„,........ . Hafry Sp-ghn, Labof ahd' terldl— 2 mart ..................... , 3700. Stev*n>6tr.« standard Service, ' „,........ .. ini $ft ' mil' . Service, Oft», fevease,. oil ..................... '. W. & n, Cooperative oil Co uftl. and, tire rejHUf....;! .9 79 S ott * vmieyf Mfty sal. 57.00 genry (JhrUtensen, May sal... 12S.6J H. IP. Jafcwuy, Mriy sal. and ins, mrem.- ;.....;,.......,.... si.75 Sewsr Bund, transfer to Wate? Ftfnd : 1,000.00 Humboidt Trust & SAvlngs Bank, War Savings Bond for employee ig.vfi F. .t. Donovan, Milk Inspoc- llon •-.• • 28.18 tt. P, JAKWAY, City Clerk. PROFESSIONAL CARDS Dr. Carl C. Hovcland CIllROPKACTOlt FOOT SPECIALIST Ground Floor Office Honrs: D-12 A. M* 1:80-6 P. M., 7-9 P. M. l>ny or Night Calls. Phone—Office 875, Residence 249LJ linmboldt, Iowa This i* the last word to the buying public ^er closing out aale. Stock will be auctioned oft to buyers Thursday, so Wednesday is the last day of business. Thursdy, store will be open only to buyers that wish to purchase entire stock. BUY NOW — WEDNESDAY IS THE LAST DAY! Ralph S. Thompson - t- •*•<•• « > !<>••/' •••.!:-. ••'.,.! If • f. s fsmsp K m HUNTERS PAY BIG $14,465,000 FOR HUNTING-FISHING A dispatch from Washington says that the hunters of the United States paid last year a total of $14,465.000 for 7,925,000 hunting licenses or combination hunting- fishing or hunting-trapping licenses during the year endlug June 30, 1941, according to a compilation by the Fish and Wildlife Service, United States Department of the Interior. The compilation indicates increases over the 1839-40 season when sportsmen paid out almost $13,000,000 for more than 7.6UO.UUO licenses. Michigan First Michigan headed the "big ten" in the list of states with 718,281 licenses, followed by Pennsylvania with 678.G88; New York, 668,675; 'Ohio, 542,674; Indiana, 386,164; Minnesota, 354,832; Illinois. 326,019; Wisconsin, 299,534; California, 285,123. and Washington with 227,399. landing they can walk away from Is a good one evidently held true for 11-month old Mary Ann Carey of Indlanola. The little girl fell 10 feet from a second story window but didn't utter a whimper when he was picked up. Not a scratch or bruise could be found on the tot. For Park. Twelve new stone benches were donated to the Mt. Vernon city park by Mrs. Laura Hoffman. j Composer. "Salute to General MacArthur", a march, has been composed by P. D. Curttrlght, director of the Harlan band. The composition, arranged for the entire band Instrumentation recently was presented at a band concert. NOT LUCK 100 pigs saved from 10 ROWS Is not Just luck, says Sam Pleggenkuhle, Alpha, Iowa. And It Is not just luck to get those pigs to an average weight of 200 pounds at 5 months of age. For keeping pigs free from worms and for cheap gain Big Gain Mineral Stock Food has them all skinned. Free Samplcn on Request KEMVK'K I'JtODUCE, IKmwIck FAIMIEHS KLEVATOU, Hardy (UKL COOK, ilumlioldt club meets for luncheon at the home of Mrs. Fre4 Plan. f meet In I. 0. O. p. hall, JlMlfi 8i- W. J. 0. p| Groye towjwhip will bol4 their annual picnic at the O14 Settlers Cspi^ at Livermore, Brin* Hr Fees paid by hunters in Pennsylvania topped all other states with a total ot $1,523,840. Those In New York amounted to $1,058,980. Federal migratory-bird hunting straps, commonly called duck stamps, were issued to 1,260,810 sportsmen In the 1940-41 season, an increase of 119,249 over the previous year. The federal stamps, at |1 each, are required of all waterfowl hunters over 16 years old, in addition to state licenses, Although more than 2,000,000 persons were granted combination licenses authorizing trapping of tnr bearers, many holding such licenses 414 not participate in trapping. By counting one one-tenth of the combination licenses as representing trappers, it is estimated that nearly 400,000 persons engaged in trapping, with estimated license fees of 1450,000. f U Announcing the IOWA OMAR Pot )uck supper* at the country Tbe 7*912,000 sportsmen who purchased tfes 7,925,000 ' licenses the J»4XM1 season spent «»8,000,00fl, according to by Qoy Vf. Lane of the Service's Division of Federal 414- This woomit Included arms purchased by i&eet in ad- 6pfim for I k to Umm tU for Virginia L. Jackson 1304 Twelfth Street Marion, low* Iowa's V-GIBL will compete for the Midwest Omar V-Girl Title with the winners from 5 other states in the ballroom of the Blftckstone Ji o t e 1, Omaha, Nebraska, on evening of June OMAR OW when hogs are kept on sanitary CONCRETE A sure way lo increase your pork production is to keep plgi on concrete from farrowing to market time. One fanner who does this reports: ''My first crop fa gone to market by the time the second t* farrowed.. . average weight* around 175 pound* •t tix month*... 100 pound* of pork with 300 pounds of feed.". Hog floors are only one of many Improvements that will make your farm moro efficient will productive. A aew barn floor, poultry house, «iiir bouse, milk cooling tank, manure pit or watering trough costs little to build with concrete and will UsU lifetime. Concrete farm job* require a min~ imumof critical var materials. Many fobs need Just a few bags of cement, and come sand and gravel or stone. Do your own concreto work, or •sk your cement dealer for names of concreto contractors. L«t us help by sending (ree"how-to-bulld"booklets. , Clink booUtt nUict,parti on tmnytoital and mil today. PORTLAND CEMiNT~AlJo~OATloN~ 401 Hubbtll tUa., 0«i Molnti, lowq D Poultry tutu* floors Q Uun» pit* D'Mdiocfloott OOreloitontei DMllkhou.M OT«nlu,»ni Ul h« O FouodtHoni rj y^n, ,,y^n SUPPORT JHB KED CROSS BUY DSffHSC BONDS AND STAMPS Baby Chicks DAY OLD AND STARTED We have the following odd lota of chicks which we offer at special prices: 200 White Rocks, 4 weeks; 300 New Hamps, 200 White Rocks, 3 weeks; 160 Barred Rocks, 200 New Hamps, 2 weeks; 600 New Hamps, 300 White' Leghorns, 150 Barred Rocks, 1 week. These chicks are all from U. S. Certified Pullo- rum Tested stock, well started. WAYNE FEEDS OCCO MINERALS Kocher Hatchery (U. S. Certified, Pullonjm Tested) Phone 411W 3j South 5th St., Humboldt, Iowa No. 1 California .White Potatoes,, 15 Ib. peck .: 5i c 15 Ib. peck No. 1 Alabama Pink Potatoes for ...53 C Pint Fruit Jars.: 49 C Quart Fruit Jars 59 C Certo, per bottle. ........19 C Sure Jell or Penn Jell....... lOc Kerr Flats io c Sugar, 5, 10 and 25 Ib. cloth bags, per pound 7c, for your certificate Miracle Whip, quart ....33c P & G Soap, 6 for 25c No, 10 Sliced Pineapple 89c DeGroote Grocery I, I SELL YOUR SCRAP RUBBER TO US -RIGHT NOW Your country needs it.,, and it may avert gat rationing Vni w* |N» p*M It m ptvml by wiy tlWMtar* OH Of4tr tf Aftntl MMi yow 9M fiHwtr In tfHtoy* t • Urj|iii>tt si

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