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PAGE TWO THE COUNCIL GROVE (KANSAS) REPUBLICAN THURSDAY. MAY 5. 1949 i.v wr mm mm tit sr ms-h-ix hmm-ji MS Neoaho Valley 4-H Club i Valey 4-H Club met May 3, at the James Viar home. The president presented the club with the red seal for last years club work. A committee was ap pointed to fix a- scrap book bel i ik trzM.
FOR SALADS AND FINE COOKING MAZOLA OIL Pint Can 33 GOOD VALUE IMITATION VANILLA EXTRACT 8-oz. Btle. US BEVERLY CROSKEY Phone' 73 Thursday Four Mile Farm Bureau Unit at the home of Mrs. Don Cress. Regular Country Club dinner at Club house at 7 o'clock.
Mrs. B. H. Crawford- is dinner committee chairman, Mr St Hafle White co-chairman, and- they are assisted by Mrs. Henry White, Mrs.
C. L. Glasener, Mrs. Fred-'Borkert, Mrsi Bill Welch, Mrs. W.
Zahnley, and Mrs, W. H. White, Mrs. A. J.
Titus is the card hostess. Friday Utili Dulci Club at the home of Mrs. B. W. Block at 2 -o'clock.
Saturday The TalaM Club- May Morning Breakfast will be held at the Hayes Tavern, at 8:45 A. M. Monday Council Grove Farm Bureau unit with Mrs. Bill Carson, afternoon meeting. used to hold the clubs ribbons.
The program for the evening was as follows: Group singing, led by Mary Eldred, and accompanied by Billie Mae Williams; Project talk, on "My 4-H by Lynn Mox-ley; Demonstration, "How to Make a Sling For the by Jerry Thomas; Talk on "How. to Cpll When You Have' Polio arid" the Care of by Jimmy Vair. Members, leaders, and guests attending were: Lynn and Hall Mox-ley, Dorothy Ray, and Mary Nielsen, Jerry Thomas, Janis Vair, Jimmy Vair, Billie Mae Williams, Mary Eldred, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Vair, and Lee, Mrs Thomas, jr, Oliver Harvey, and Billy Dick, Mrs.
Garnet Williams, Mrs. J. J. Mox-ley, Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Eldred, Mrs. N. rf.
Nielsen, and Mr. and Mrs. James Vair. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs.
James Vair, later in the evening. The next meeting will be held June at the Valley Point schoolhouse. -rirrsK catsup VJi! i vour 1 Don'f ouf word for it i I VJj MrY (ood budq8- I compare the quality nd flsvor 1 -r fJU iUjoAY BtlM' 3C Ml Fleming's Xtm VE 'Flavor-Ricb lT Jmf COFFEE lf Lb. 'brand of all-purpose flour ALWAYS jT aswr you a saving, I Ml L1C 8U jS 1 3 33c A9 ill Home Last Night L. F.
Kling arrived home last night from St. Louis, after spending the past several days attending Fall Market. TRU-VU FANCY SHRED COCOANUT 4-oz. Pkg. FLAV-O-RITE ICE CREAM Mil 3 Pkgs.
JOHNSON'S LIQUID WAX GLO-COAT Pint Can S3 Lay-Wigle The home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Lay of Wilsey, was the setting on Tuesday evening, May 3, at 7 o'clock P. M.
for the wedding of their' daughter Virginia Kathryn, to Mr. Earl Raymond Wigle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wigle, also of Wilsey. The Rev.
Robert A. Zwink, pastor of the Christian church, at Wilsey read the beautiful double ring ceremony, in the presence of thirty invited guests. Mrs. Lawrence Shetter, of Abilene, cousin of the bride, played a prelude of nuptial music and the wedding marches. She also accompanied Mr.
Shetter, who sang "I Love You Truly'. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wsa attractive in a floor length gown of white satin. It was fashioned with a high neckline, net yoke outlined in lace, tight fitting bodice, and long sleeves coming to points over the hands. Her fingertip length veil of bridal illusion, was edged in wide lace; and she carried an arm bouquet of pink and white carnations. Her only ornament was a locket a gift of the groom, and she carried a lace handkerchief belonging to the grooms mother.
Rolland Lay lighted the candles, and Gilbert Lay acted as usher. Mrs. Walter Lay, mother of the bride, wore a dress of blue, and Mrs. Ed Wigle; mother of the groom was dressed in grey. They both wore shoulder corsages of deep pink carnations.
A reception was held immediately following the services. The beautiful lace covered serving table was centered by a three tiered wedding cake, that was cut by Mrs. Allen Alspaw. Mrs. Alspaw was assisted by Miss Valora Roy and Miss Dorothy Walker, eight grade pupils of the bride.
Mrs. Frank Roy and Mrs. Walter Hensley served from the kitchen. Following a brief trip to Colorado, Mr. and Mrs.
Wigle 'will be at home to their friends at their home in Wilsey. For traveling the bride chose an orchid linen dress, trimed in white with white accessories and a whiWcarnation corsage. Mr. and Mrs. Wigle are both graduates of the Wilsey Rural High School.
Mr. Wigle is engaged in farming, and Mrs. Wigle has taught school for the past two terms in the Sunflower school, and is engaged to teach next term at Walnut Grove School in Morris 1 Rummaae Maw 7. Mrs. L.
C. Case, Vivian C. Case, Mrs. Lois McMurray and Harold M. Case were here from Alta Vista on business this morning.
Xrmory Building by Council Oak! 4-H Club. 89-lc American Legion Auxiliary Food Sale, May 7. starting 10 A. M. Rummage May 7, Armory Building, by Council Oak O'Malhsy-Parker Mkt.
88 3o 4-H Club. 89-lc IGA YELLOW CLING PEACHES Sliced or Halved 2 Cans 33 i FREi Establish the Habit Your Neighbors Do! Come to IGA for IHSUllAWlt, The Finest and Freshest "Garden-Fresh" Spring Vegetables on any Truetone AUTO RADIO Purchased During S.ae Golden Bantam, Deep Kernel, Large Tender Ears Each ROASTING EARS 39-95 Custom Styled Truetone Auto Radio up fit Bens. 150 Long Tender White Shanks 2 S0 1 onions RADISHES Round Bed No Pithy top-performing model! Controls, fit into and match your instrument panel. Buy' during sale, save! omz 19c CALIF. ICEBERG NONE BETTER HEAD LETTUCE Per Lb.
To Kansas City Mrs. W. Ll Rude left this morning for Kansas City to spend the remainder of the week with a daughter and a son, Mrs. Jean Twybell and Guy Kirkpatrick. Mr.
Rude will drive there Saturday to spend the weekend and to bring her home. Shoot Sunday 1 p. Alibi Shoot 19 TOMATOES Deep Pink Ripe Fancy Slicers Western Ay to Associate Store Bob Gruber Per Lb. U. S.
Good Choice Chuck Cuts BEEF ROAST Lb. 49. Cudahy's Sliced Platter Style BACON 45 A fl BURGER Made Right Fresh Ground Lb. 3 SALT PORK Lean Streaked For Seasoning 1 Solid Green A RNAVn Crisn, Sweet A latere 4Aj fT1 UA3(1UI i long. Calif.
ISP I UHDD9S louiiana Per Lt. ing Park, Everyone- welcome. 89 lo Lbs. 15c IT'S JUST LIKE A SPRING TONIC! FRESH HOME GROWN RHUBARB "County Fair" Shows 4-H Club Role in Farm. Life The contributions of 4-H clubs are showrrin "COUNTY FAIR," current RKO-PATHE "THIS IS AMERICA" release coming to the Ritz Theatre Friday and Saturday.
"COUNTY FAIR" shows how a pair of farm 'youngsters prepare their exhibits for the local fair, with the help of their 4-H club. NEW POTATOES Bdamedor 5.U-.38' 0RAF2GES sweetorjuicy 2 69c POTATOES coBWASHEg 1G u. 65c Strawberries, Avocados, Bananas, Fresh Pears, Grapefruit, Peas, Green Beans, 1 Cucumbers, Mangoes, Beets, Turnips According to the picture more BOW BEEF Meaty Tender Short Ribs Lb. 33 PORK ROAST Loin Ends or Boston Butts than 2,000,000 farm children belong to 4-H clubs throughout" the nation. The Clubs, which are sponsored by the Department of Agriculture, help youngsters learn modern scientific methods of farm MOTHER'S DAY ing through their own efforts in i-47e 1 FAIR SUN GLASSES FREE WITH DWABPIES POPPED WHEAT 2 6-oz.
Pkgs. 22C IGA FtTBB STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 12-oc. Tumbler 35c Sugar Cured Tenderized HALTS Hickory Smoked Lb. raising livestock and in cooking, sewing and performing other domestic duties. Cudahy Puritan SLAB BAG Oil Lb; 430 USE TE-OL FOR ATHLETE'S FOOT BECAUSE It' has greater PENETRATING Power.
With 90 undiluted alcohol base. It carries the active medication DEEPLY, to kill the germ on contact. Get happy relief IN ONE HOUR or your 350 back atf any drug store. Today at Ken-well Drurf AQt Eree Mee Brand 1EESE Made in Wisconsin Lb. IGAPBBSH, SMOOTH, RICH SALAD DRESSING 230 CALIFORNIA LAHGB, HEAVY SYRUP7 PACK BOYSEKBERfUES 310 FANCY ORAKGE JUICE 30 SUNSHINE HONEY- miim GHAGKEHS 290 rRU-TU BABY UM BEAHS Wf 4 BAIWBOW BRAND SWEET PEAS 2 TJ 270 i GOOO VALUE fPORK BEANS Mfc 170 PULL STANDARD CUT STRINGLESS GREEtt BEAHS 2 200 EXTRA STANDARD SOLID PACK TOMATOES 2 290 LIBBY'S CORNED BEEF HASH cabn 370 ARMOUR'S TREET 0 portion Butt End Lb.
53 Piles Kurt Like Hickory Smoked Tendered HAY 8th Buy a Gift for Her as a Token cf Love Suggestions PHOENIX. HOSE MUNSINGWEAR JEAN MARIE' SLIPS HAND costume jewelry: i "summer hats handkerchiefs blouses house shoes LUGGAGE DRESSES Havo- Many Other Items Suitable for Her BUY THE BRANDS YOU KNOW pienies Ocean Perch Fillets FISH No Bone -r- Na Waste Sin! But Mow I Grin Thousands change groans to grins. Use a doctor' formula to relieve discomfort of piles. Sent druggists by noted Thornton Minor Clinic. Surprising QUICK palliative relief of pain, itch, Irritatloni Tends to soften, shrink swelling.
Use doctors' Get tube Thornton Minor's Rectal Ointment or Rectal Suppositories today. Follow label directions. For' sale at all drug stores everywhere. tb. 3T Good Value Cudahy Gem Fine Flavored BAeOllSpRES (Colored 2 Lbs.
vLbs. "VW 0 Lb. BACKACHE, LEG PAWS MAY BE DANGER SIGN Of Tired Kidneys When disorder of kidney function penults poisonous matter to remain in your blood, it may cause naggingr rheumatic pains, leg pains, Iobb of pep and energy, getting up nights, swelling puftiness under the eyes, headaches and dizziness. Frequent or canty passages With smarting and burning sometimes snows there is something wrong With your kidneys or bladder. Don't wait I Ask your druggtst for Dean's Fills, a stimulant diuretic, used successfully by millions for over 50 years, Doan's give happy relief and will help the 15 miles of kidney tubes flush out poisonous waitefrooi jour blood, Get Doaa'a THE LEADER.
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