The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on September 3, 1936 · Page 7
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Bakersfield, California
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Thursday, September 3, 1936
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THE BAKERSPIELD CALIFORWAN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1936 COMMUNITY NEW Events of Tehachapi IVote TBtlACHAPr, Sept. 3,r-WIHIam Carraway of aiondalo Is visiting this - week al the home of Mr. and Mrs. liari-y Nfclson' In Monolith. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Horn drove td Barstow Sunday to put Mrs. Horn's little nephew, Harold Hed* man, on the train to return to his homo In Albuauerque, N, M, Harold hae been visiting the Horns for several months. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ancker returned Sunday from a «hort stay in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. William Babcock enjoyed a week end visit from Mrs. Babeock's mother, Mrs. Peggy Huffman, and sister, Mrs, M. Beckelhymer of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Peter MeFarland and daughter of Los Angeles drove up Monday evening for a visit with Mrs. MeFarland's sister, Mrs, B. M. Dennlson. •:Mrs. T. N. Mason of Merced Is here fpr a visit at the home of her daughter Mrs. W. L. Woods. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Duck and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Smith drove to Los Angeles Monday for the day. Tom Balnbrldge left Tuesday "morning for n trip to;Detroit Mich, by way of Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Cesmat were Bakersfleld visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Williams and Mr, and Mrs. Carol Wells of Pasadena visited over the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williams. Mrs. Paul Gray has .been- called to Los Angeles on account of the serious Illness of her sister, Mr. and Mrs, N. B. Deremore are the happy parents of twin boys born Friday morning. August 8. Dr. Frank Craig of the Tehachapi Valley hospital staff was the attending physician, Percy Qrumbine of Los Angeles visited at the Ralph McColloch home Sunday. Mrs. Earl Phelps, Mrs. S. V. Mathewa, Mrs. Charles Keelcy. and Mrs. A. T. Helser and her house guest, Mrs. Brake of Los Angeles passed Sunday afternoon and evening in Bakersfleld^ SOLID MAHOGANY BED SHOWN CHICAGO, Sept. 3. (U. P.)—A sign of prosperity times Is a mahogany four-poster bed which sells for JlftOQ, that was shown during the furniture show in the Merchandise Mart. Carved of solid mahogany and weighing HE0 pounds, the bed was ordered by several retailers. Kern Churches to Hold Joint Rites FELLOWS, Sept. 2.— The union services for 'nil four churches ot Fellows have been well attended each Sunday evening at the ball park during the summer months. Tho last service for the summer will bd held next Sunday evening beginning at 7:30 o'clock. The speaker of the evening will bo the Reverend .Tesso Smith of the First Baptist Church of Taft. The young people's meeting will begin at the usual time, 0:30 p. m. The speaker of the evening Sunday night Will be the Reverend Jack Yancey, pastor of the First Uapllst Church of Fellows. BEARDSLEY B13ARDSI..BY, Sept. 3.—A picnic and swimming party werfe enjoyM nt the Kern rlvor Sunday afternoon by the following: Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Roberts of Bakersfield, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bender of .Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. ]>awrenco Marston and children, James, Ruth and Edna Mao of. Oil Center; Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Roberts and son, Ferheley, and daughter, Patsy; Noel Roberts of Los Angeles; Mrs. Florence Morgantini and sons, Krankl.e and Earl; Henry Harden, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baker and dntighter, lln. Miss Amlene Shaw l» f t i-"""" ( for Los Angoles, where she will visit her aunt. Miss Al, w. i unoou, .....i Mrs. Chester C. Hagans. Bakcrsfleld music teacher. Miss Frances Foster of Los Angeles was a visitor of Miss Edna Mar- slon recently. Mr. and Mrs. Wyntt O. AVost havo returned to their home on North avenue this week utter spending nov- eral weeks' vacation In Kornvllle. A fishing trip was also enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Baze and children havo returned to t|iolr home hero after spending several days in Vlsalla, where they visited their grandmother. Several homes from Oil Center nro being moved to Bell and Harding avomios In Beardslr-y this month. June and Ha Baker havo returned homo after spending several days' vacation in Plsmo recently. Pond Affairs of Interest PEANUT BUTTER Peanut Butter it fine for picnic* because it tatisfies thoee hatkv outdoor appetites. l b .v 6c FOB FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 AND S KRISPY CRACKERS 1 X LARGE RIPE OLIVES T r^n 14 c IGA BEVERAGES . 3 WAX PAPER BLUE "G" COFFEE POST'S NEW WHOLEWHEAT FLAKES SALAD DRESSING 1GA v, rt 34c HIRES ROOT BEER All th«food-energy of whole wheat In a csreal with a BRAND NEW FLAVOR DEVILED MEAT KOOL-AID OXYDOL . pkg. I9c POND, sept, 3.—Malcolm Sharp, | former principal of tht> Pondham j Grammar School arrived In Pond Saturday on his return trip from a two month's vacation spent in Boulder, Colorado, whcnf he attended summer school. Mr. Sharp accompanied from MeFarland by hla mother, Mrs. George Sharp of Selmu. and his sister, Miss Ollvo Sharp of Oakland, slopped in Pond to look after business Interests before continuing on to his home in Snlma where ho will spend Sunday with his father. George Sharp. Sunday evening Mr, Sharp will leave for Oakland In order to be ready to assume hit duties as mathematics and physical instructor of one of tho Oakland grammar schools Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Dekker left Monday morning for Los Angeles, Mr, Dekker will return Tuesday evening, Mrs. Dekkcr will remain for a longer visit. Mrs. C. A, Parker and son Geovce returned Sunday evening from two week's vacation spent in Iho mountains near Kern Flats. Mrs. .1. W. Black returned Saturday evening from n two work's vacation spent in Texas where she visited with her daughter, mother, sisters and brothers. Mrs. Ray Cornelson and little son Ronald and Mrs. Minnie Smith of Dolano WPI-O Sunday guests at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Ham- lln. Cotton picking season started here last week when Iho first bain of cot- j ton was picked on tho farm ot ' I Inches and Boll. Miss SCelma Parker motored to Low Angolos Sunday morning whore »lu> spent tho day with friends, returning homo Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Rtiy Allon and unn .llmmy returned homo Saturday evening from a pleasant visit with rola- tlveH and friends in San .lose. They wore accompanied to their homo by Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coo. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Canup worr Sat in-day evening guosts at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Blodson. Mrs. .1. H. Dlllehay visited Sunday with her frlqnd, Mrs. George Rincrs in Delano. It. If. Curby visited with his wife recently in a BakPrsfleld hospital. Bob Williams and daughters Bobby Joe. Wanda Loc and Dorothy returned Saturday evening front a visit of severs! woks spent. In Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Moullrnour of Delano wore ' Sunday afternoon guests of tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Behrman. Mr. and Mm. Hurry Klbbc of Delano were Saturday afternoon guests at tho -homo of Mr. and Mrs. .loo White. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Dresser arrived hero Monday evening from TXJS Angeles and will visit with their nephew, II. L. Hnmlln. and' niece, Mrs. Harold Appleford of Delano. Mr. and Mrs. .lohn 1 Tills, accompanied by their daughter, Mrn. Grace Do Marco, left Sunday morning- for San Fernando where they will be guests at the, home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mrs. Arthur Seymore. Donald Russell was p. business visitor In Bakersfleld Sunday. Increase in Enrollment Is Expected in School in Potato New Telephone Building Now Under Construction for Kern Community f Special ft) The Callfornlan) SMAFTKU, Sept. 3.—Ikwause of nn anticipated increase In tho enroll- j ment of Shaflcr High, a new teacher has boon added to tho faculty and a number of additional courses have swelled the curriculum. The school term will be opened with regular classes convening September 14. 13. 1'. Junes, principal, says ho ex- Floyd ^xo^ and" his'^n Glenn j ]««*« tbo targeat enrollment in the spent the week end In Olldalo. | "l»«°i-y of Shatter High. Pete Bledsoo was a business vis-] Miss Klloon 'Woodburn of Santa Itor in BakPi-Hfleld Friday. Monica has boon engaged on a purl K ERNVILLE, Sept. with tho general building activity experienced by Kernvllle during the past year, tho mountain metropolis is to havo a new telephone office. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Omen of the Kernvlllo Telephone Company are building a two-story structure across Nelly Dent street from the post office. This building will be used as a combined residence and telephone office. It will consist of 10 rooms, one of which will lie used as a telephone repair shop. Whan the building Is completed It will climax several years of plant Improvement and extension work ac- (Sptotat to The Caltforntan) 3.—In line I comptlshed by the company slnca it J. S. Andrews, J. W. Andrews and recently with their son Haynumd in Tularc. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Paslay wore recent visitors In Bukersflold. Roland Williams arrived Saturday from TOX.-LH nnd IH a guest of his brothei- Nolan Williams. ' Sunday dinner guests tit the. home of Mr. and Mrs. 13, C. Cocart wore. Bobby Jo, Wanda Lee and Dorothy Williams. Afternoon giif>ntn were Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Black and daughters, Minnie Mac, Imogono and son. Eugene. Tho Kern county road crow aro busy this week working on tho roads In Pond. Cam Kstls of Delnno \vus « gupst Sunday at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Peto Blortsoo. Clyde Parker left Sunday fur tho mountains \vhero ho will spend BP.V- oral days fishing. Mrs. Kd Ludy Is spending Hovornl days In Fresno thf guest of her sis- tor and brothor-ln-lttw, Mr. nnd Mrn. Paul (.iiiiham. ' Mr. und Mrs. Morton Williams and family rottirned Sunday oventnc from a pleasant visit spent with relatives In Texas. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Kothman spent Sunday at the Wilkinson Gun Club. Little Lorraine BledsoQ is ill this week. time basis to teach history •wa-i purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Green from O. W. Bandy, old-time resident of Kernvllle, During the past few years many new telephones havo boon added and service has been extended to Include the Hot Springs and South Fork valleys and the north fork ot the Kern as far as Falrview. The line ties in with state and federal forestry lines and with the toll lines of the Bell system. Tho Kernvlllo company Is one of the few privately owned telephone companies operating in the state, Mr. Clroon operated the McFarland' exchange for a number of years before going to Kernvllle, SECURITY MARKET PHONE S400 Free Delivery^ Post Toasties 2 pkgs. I5c Woedbury'i Soap ... 3 for 23c Franco-American Spaghetti •. . 2 for I7c IGA Milk, Tall 3 for 2Ic All Braii large !8c Lux Toilet Soap 3 for ISc LUX Flakes . sin. 9c; Ige. 2lc Trupak Pineapple Juice » . I2c IOA Flour . 10 Ibs. 43c Crystal White Soap , 6 for I9c Fruits and Vegetables FANCY GOLDEN BANANAS . . 4lbs.l9c GENUINE SWEET CORN .... 6earsl4c FANCY GREEN CUCUMBERS. 5 for lOc THOMPSON SEEDLESS GRAPES ... 3 Ibs. lOc SPANISH SWEET ONIONS ... 4 Ibs. lOc SELECTED STOCKTON 25-lb. bag POTATOES ..... 49c BACON SQUARES , Ib, 21c SHORTRIBSOFBEEFIb.lOc I " Veal Loin or RIB CHOPS . Ib. 29 c BREAST OF VEAL .. . Ib, 15c VEAL ROAST Ib, 19c v STORE LOCATION! Harty's Qroeiry Bill's Grocery 1111 F Strut u 109 I. St"tt Phona 803 Pholw |IB3 Libby's Grocery 1000 Paelfto Strtit Phont 1760 Dixie Pure PRESERVES JELLY 7-oz 9c 1-lb. H .. 1/7c DIAMOND WAX PAPER 25-ft. 7c; 40-ft. 13c Potato Chips . . 25c Tap it! Drink it! Discard TapaCan PRICE 2 can, 25C $2,69 DELICATESSEN" COTTAGE CHEESE... TILL4MOOK CHEESE... „ I0c , b 32c Crone & Blackwell STEWS Mb. can PICKLED CHILES 28-or. jsr Jalapeno* en E*ca- AQf> b».che 28-or. jap ^Wf 2Bc 28c RITZ CRACKERS., large pkg. 20 c ARMOUR'S DEVILED MEAT, LINDSAY ^MEDIUM OLIVES . . . i C. H. B. pi AIT I rq Sweet, Dill, Sour, . 3 for lOc tin 19c Mixed 12-ox. IDC MUSTARD, 9-oz. . . 2 jars 25c KRAFT SALAD DRESSING MIRACLE WHIPpt.22c;qt.35c BROOKFIELD WETWRAP BUTTER, First Quality . Ib. 40 c two Miss Woodburn Is a graduate of the Unlvorsliy of Oiillfornta at Los Angeles where she also secured her teaching credential. ! For the past three years, she has 1 beon employed as secretary In tho office of tho Los Angeles evening high school. Miss Woodburn will re- sldo In Shaffer with her mother who also comes hero from Santa Monica. Staff Listed All of tho last year's slaff of teachers will return to their duties as follows: 1C. p. Jones, principal; P. 1. Arnold, commercial subjects: Walter H. Emrlck, agriculture and farm mechanics; Amelia Flnck, biology and Gorman; Robert L. Gntos, history and music; Kathorlno Ooode, clothIng: F. F. Lntta. shop nnd mechanics: Glenn o. Nay. agrirultum: .1. H. Portrrflold. English: Eleanor II. Schanp. homomuklng, foods and arts; Frazqulta. Sullivan, Spanish nnd girls' gym; W. H. White, public speaking, general ninth nnd boys' gym: .1. V. Wilson, mathematics and chemistry. Now Courses Told In addition to tho variety of subjects alroady taught In the local high school, mochsnlcfil drawing will bo given, nn advanced course In homo- ninUIng and a third year of German for'those mnjorlng in language. I Advance registration will ho hold nt the high school Friday and Saturday, September 11 nnd 1S. Teachers! will be on duty from U a. m. to 4J o'clock In the n f lei-noon. Because of j tho nocesNlty of checking credits a,nd | nifOtliiK major nnd graduation re- ; qnlriMiiiMilK. It 1« Important that all ! students roKlHtor dtirlnR the flrnl i few days. In order of thrlr reglstin i Him, students will be given their choice of book ami gym lockers. \VPA GAKDISXKns 11USY 1.0S ANGBU5S. 8op« Jl. (U. P.)~ NMno carloads of vegetables totaling S5.000 pounds, Brown entirely by AVPA worhem who otherwise would have been without (miploymont, have boon shipped to drouth BMfferors In the middle west. A schedule will bf> kept up hereafter of two carloads weekly for tho middle west and flvo for California. EUROPE ADMIRES GROT'NDHOO QUEBEC. Quebec. Sept. 3. (U. P.) _. „„„„.. .. . . ! Tho *™"n<1hog. considered a nula- | anco on the North American contl- i nont. Is covfited as a rare specimen of animal Ufa by European zoos. Six. ' pairs of the rodents, born this spring i at the Charlesbough Zoo. near here, | have been shipped to Brussels at the Irocmest of 7.00 officials. FRENCH'S PICNIC Plates, Napkins, Cups 2 pkgs. 15c JUNKET Chocolate, Vanilla, Maple ICE CREAM MIX . 2 pkgs. 15c Schools to Teach Motor CajrJDriving rrnitfil rrp»« l.taitt Wire) iiAnnisBuuG. r»., Sept. i. — Rapid progress has heen made In development of courses of study for automobile drivers nnd pedestrians In I'Vnusylvniitu'a pnhllc. schools, Hpee.irir hlRhwiiy safety ronrfos ivorn only roconlly Inti'oducod Into neoonilnry HChools following ri>- questH for this type of education, Public Inslruction Huporlntcndent hosier K. Ado KRld. The Depart ment of Tuhllc In- strvn-tlon Is ono of 35 stnto department* of education providing Instruction on Htife automobile driving practlcee. •Youth's adventurous spirit, ever Increasing volume "f automobile ciimmlllcM nnd Increasing cnnlrull- •/,H|hm nt population spurred numb- llHhnionr* of coursOH to meet tlicso condltlonn, Ado snld. * » «• MEAT DEPARTMENT RUMP ROAST, Steer Beef FRESH GROUND BEEF , VEAL CUTLETS, Shoulder VEAL ROAST, Shoulder , FRESH GROUND ROUND . . Ib, 25c 2 Ibs. 25 c . . lh,25c . . Ib. 19c . Ib. 2Sc Prime Steer POT ROAST, Shoulder, Ib. 17 c GALATAS B30S. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES LARGE, SOLID STONE TOMATOES 4 Ibs. 25c KENTUCKY WONDER STRING BEANS 3 Ibs. 26c MOUNTAIN GOLDEN BANTAM SWEET CORN 6 (op 25c FRESH GREEN ASPARAGUS Ib. 19o OCEANO POLE PEAS 2 lb«. 29o SMALL FRESH PARSNIPS 2 Ibt. 16c COAST CAULIFLOWER ; head 10e LOCAL YOUNG TENDER OKRA '.2 lb«. 19c BLACK-EYE PEAS ..,.2 Ib*. 19c PEACHES—FREESTONE ,' H. HALE 3 Ibs. 25o ELBERTA PEACHES —UT«H t 2 Ibs. 16o LAKE COUNTY PEARS 4 .Ib*. 25c POTATOES—STOCKTON BURBANK., 7 Ib*. 25c RUSSET POTATOES 6 Ib*. 25c ICE COLD WATERM ELON6 . Jb. 1'/ic FRE8H FIGS ... 2 Ibi, ?6c QRAPES—SEEDLESS, MUSCAT, RISICH New Income Levy Worth$ll,000,000 ffHlfrrf Prfii I.eatfil Wlrr) SACIIAMKNTO. Sopt. .1. —CHltfor- II|H'H now liii'iiitio lax law will net Iho slntp about $11,00(1,000 thin yrnr, nocoi'dlnff to PMllninles of l''ninU j Kcpsllns:, nttnchi* of th« ntate fran- I (IllHO l!IX (UvlKlOII. <'ol|i*rt|i)ii» to (l»l'" on 1936 In- ccinif'H tolulod JO,68L'.000. K^PdllllK Hill (I. An ndclllloiIHl »3.761,000 will ho colloclfil from thuio paying 1 uti- tip)- th>- llii'(H--lhHlii]lntr>nt plan. Thin i iimounl In t'jtpivii'il lo In- Ini'rnusr'd ! l»y ml JUKI mentn on tiiuli-r USMCXC- inciitD. If tho $)1,0«n.ooO lolgl l» rcnclKMl, It will l»» f-.'.fiQo.OOO In tixff»» uf the rolnrn «ApfcliHl fi'oin Ihc Incurno lux j ill tho time uf HH unuolini!iu by tho i In 1035. ! ^[ew Record Made in Book Shipment (I'nlltd I'rmt l.rateil U'irrj BACHAMRNTU. Sept. 3.—A new rtjoord for KhlpuiMiit of Hlnlp-prinlo<l tcxtbuuliK WUH CMtabllKhdcl In tho Hint thrco uofHn uf AtiKU*»l wliwn 800.000 vuliiinbM worir forwarded to ("allfoi 1 . nltl Hchool (llHtrlctH, \'U'rllTi« KCTHI'.V, (llructur of I'duiuitloii, r<*poi*lail, llii-liiili-d In ihc Hlilpiliflitii «i;rO |«lx i-iirtuuil'i containing 35,000 text- jlmokH, di-Hllin-d for dUtrlbutlon In the • rlty HclioolM of IM» Aiij[ele». H was | the lurKt'Mt Hlngln Hhlpment on record al tho plant here, i Cununentlnv on the co»t of I printed textbook*, estimated ul ciich | Mohool year tha uo*t to the Uxpiiyern of frfri- mate-printed textbook* In | inure than rtmnonoblfr. Hooks printed ' in tho »luto plant are subituntiul land \ViniC OPKN Sl'ACKS VANISH CANBKHRA. AuMtralla. Hept 3. j jlL*. )'.)—AuNtiitlla'H "wld« opi-ii un- i iitu]ipoil ttpuci**" tmvo now hliriink to ( ' tho cxlcnt of a photograph flkv fol- J an itiTliil survoy ju.t com- 1 by Uvo inachtneii of the Uoyul Atistrallan Air Force. Tho photo- t;iii|jhK einbracc 1000 luiuare inllca. •^ Flavor-Famed Meats ARMOUR'S STAR OR CUDAHY'S PURITAN SKINNED HAMS WHOLE OR SHANK HALF Ib, 31 QRAIN-FED 'BRANDED" STEER BEEF DA A CYC Center Cat Shoalder llvPM«9 I 9 Or 7-lone Check Ib. Or 7-lone Cheek 'BEST CUTS ONLY"- 17 C STEER BEEF 25 C CHAIN-FED "BRANDED PRIME RIB "BE6T CUTS ONLY" SUNNVFIEUD OR ARMOUR'S STAR—Fancy Emtern SLICED BACON FRESH LEAN GROUND BEEF ARMOUR'8 WHITE CLOUD SHORTENING Lib. eta. SPICED LUNCHEON LOAF » 32 e •1ST BVBR-"FINBST OUALITY" WIENERS CONEYS •OLOGNA FRISH LIVIRWURST Ib. 17 SAVE ON FOODS FREE COOK BOOK PET MILK , Lt c. 8 ^ 22C VINEQAR Bulk Cldtr, gal. NUTUEY—'-WHOLtSOME" MARGARINE » EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE ISc lie b. b»g. DEL MONTE—TIPS ASPARAGUS '£ nn "12ic DEL MONTE—VACUUM PACK KERNEL CORN l^llie SANTA CRUZ—Whol« Pt«l«d APRICOTS 2 ?.° n . 1 15c CALIFORNIA TOMATOES 3 OIL MONTE PEAS EARLY GARDEN QUAKER WHEAT '»«•- i r«g. pkgi. 15c LI BOY'S VIENNA SAUSAGE 3:.", 25c RED CIRCLE Rich *nd Lib 1 O*» bag IOC hnrrrc vUrrCiC SAN LUCAS—LIGHT MEAT TUNA FISH '.n'lOc FANCY NEW YORK STATE APPLESAUCE 3 ^ n . 2 25c "FOR CLEANSINQ THE SKIN" CREAM "WSfff 1 4 j-:?19e VITAPINE—SLICED PINEAPPLE N ;; n " lOc IRIS—VACUUM PACK COFFEE W,V V. 1 ? 28c DEL MONTE TOMATOES SOLID PACK No. 2^; KING OSCAR 1 Ib. c«n 5c ANN PAGE—PORK A BEANS w 'V""" RAJAH SYRUP M»pl« jug "THE CHILORiN LOVE IT" CRACKER JACK 3n»10e NEW LAROE SUB 11 " 15c SULTANA P'NUT BUTTER WELCH'S PURE GRAPELADJE N«. t can DEL MONTE JUICE YUKON CLUB ROOT BEER folK (Plu» Dtpoilll lie INDIA-CEYLON—JAVA ^ •• tf» I OUR OWN TEA 17 c | quart bottlt MEGAR ^ BNCORH —MACARONI OR SPAGHETTI 3c.n b , 20c cant "Th« Family'! Faverlt* Mtal" SHORE DIMMER ue ;V SUNSWEET PRUNES CLEANSER SUHBRITE can* 9c M-or. 4 M . bottlt lUC "MASTER BLEACH" PUREX Softcntr KENNEL KINQ DOG FOOD 3 -. 17c NON-FATTENINO ACME BEER tt lie SWEET PEAS3 25 men irricnve mi., SAT. & MOM., scmMiM 4.5 &J, >»J* (We Reeerve, The Right To Limit Quantities) A&P FOOD STORES .

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