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Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 27, 1948
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Midwest Livestock (MONDAY'S FRIGES) Albert Lea, Austin, Minn. Minn. Trend Steady Generally Good Butchers— Steady 140-150 Ibs 520.90 ISO-ISO Ibs, *25.25 522.90 160-170 Ibs $26.25 $23.90 170-180 Ibs *27.25 $26.50 180-190 Ibs $28.00 190-200 Ibs *28.50 180-200 Ibs $28.50 200-220 Ibs 128.50 $28.50 220-240 Ibs $28.50 , $23.50 240-270 Ibs $27.00 $27.00 270-300 Ibs $25.75 $25.75 300-330 Ibs $24.00 $24.00 330-360 Ibs $23.00 $23.00 Good Packing Sows— 270-300 Ibs .$23.75 $23.25 300-330 Ibs $23.25 $23.25 330-360 Ibs $23.00 $23.00 360-400 Ibs $21.75 $21.75 400-450 Ibs. $20.75 $20.75 450-500 Ibs $19.75 $19.25 500-550 Ibs 518.75 $19.25 Waterloo Steady $28.25 $28.50 $28.25 $28.50 $28.50 $27.25 $26.00 $24.50 $23.25 $23.25 $23.25 $22.75 $21.75 $22.75 ?19.75 $19.00 Cedar Haplds Steady to 23c higher $28.00 $28.50 $28.50 $27.25 $26.00 $24.50 $23.25 $23.25 $23.25 $22.75 $21.75 $20.75 $19.75 $19.00 Hog/ Cattle Price Steady Chicago, (#*)—Livestock prices steadied somewhat Monday after last week's slightly lower trend. Hogs were steady to 25 cents higher, cattle generally steady, and sheep steady to 50 cents up. Most good and choice butcher hogs sold from $21.50 to $30. Sows brought $20 to $25.50, for the most part. High-choice steers topped at $40.25 and good to choice heifers at $37.25. Good and choice steers and yearlings ranged from $35.50 to $39.50. Beef cows brought to $23, while bulls topped at $26 and vealers at $30. Native spring lambs sold up to $28.50. Receipts included 9,000 hogs on sale and 1,000 sent direct to packers, 9,000 salable cattle and. 500 directs, 500 calves, and 1,000 sheep for sale and 2,500 packers. (USDA)— Salable hogs 9.000, total 10,000; fairly active and uneven, generally steady to 25 cents higher than Friday on all weights butchers and sows, top 530.25 sparingly for choice 210-220 Ib. weights: bulk good and choice 170-240 Ib.- $29.25© 30- 250-270 Ib. ?28.25©29.25; 280-300 Ib. $26.503 27.75; 325-350 Ib. 524(325.50; 375450 ]b $21.50@23.50; good and choice sows under 350 Ib. mostly $23.50 S 25.50; few choice on butcher order under 300 Ibs. up to $26; 375-400 Ib. $21.50(123; 425-475 Ib. $20fi21.25; good clearance. • Salable cattle 9,000, total 9,500; salable calves 500, total 500; fed steers and heifers generally steady; instances 50 cents higher on choice kinds; very draggy on medium grades; most good and choice steers and yearlings $35.50<&39.50; high- choice 1,300 Ib. averages $40.25, the top; good to choice 800 Ib. heifers S37.25; most medium to good heifers S30S35.50; beef cows weak to 25 cents lower; canners and cutters steady to strong: bulk canners and cutters $15ftjI8.50; beef cows $194123; bulls steady to 25 cents lower at $26 down; vealers steady at S30; mostly S28 down. Salable sheep 1,000, total 3,500; spring lambs and slaughter ewes steady to 50 cents higher; other classes practically absent; just-good to choice natives carrying a medium end $28; load mixed medium to choice Idaho ewes ?12.15 straight; native ewes largely $11.50 down. Stock Sales in Decline New York, (£»)—A slow but general decline clipped fractions to more than a point from stock market prices Monday. Business fell off to a mere trickle as the financial district awaited President Truman's message to the congress scheduled for Tuesday. Rails joined the retreat despite the first promising lot of earnings reports for June, almost all of which showed considerable improvement over last year. Lower prices were paid for U. S. Steel, Sears Roebuck, Cater- illar Tractor, Anaconda Copper, Dow Chemical, Youngstown heet, Santa Fe, N. Y. Central, Northern Pacific, Union Pacific, Sinclair Oil, Standard Oil (N.J.), 'acific Western Oil, and Paramount Pictures. Douglas Aircraft posted a gain f more than one point at one ime. Railway bonds showed only narrow changes. U. S. governments followed a steady course. Corn Weak in Trading Chicago, (JP) — With prospects for a record smashing corn crop becoming better every day, the yellow cereal sank further on the board of trade Monday. Both September and May deliveries reached new seasonal lows. As far as the May contract was concerned, the new low did not mean much. It has been traded only about 2 months. But the drop in the September contract sent it below the low recorded in the spectacular price break last February. Weakness in corn unsettled other grains. Wheat closed 3 to 2 cents lower, September $2.295, corn was 2 to 2J lower, September $i.71|-J, oat's were i-lj lower, September 73i-g, rye was 3-H lower, December $1.86.1, and soybeans were 1 to 2 cents lower, November $2.95. Woman Pulls HERE and THERE Fake Robbery Gives Money to Boy Friend for Marriage Montreal, (/P)—Police announced Saturday a young woman bank teller has confessed reporting a $14,000 fake bank robbery July 14 at St. Jerome, 33 miles northwest of here. Marguerite Morand, 24, told police she gave the money to Paul Emile Cote, 23, who had promised to marry her but failed to do so. Toronto police said they were already holding Cote on charges of non-support placed by his wife. Both Cote and the teller were charged with conspiracy. Police found $8,000 cached in sealed tin cans near Cote's home at Sherbrooke, Que. Garner — Miss Elnora Wrede, linotype operator at the Garner Leader and Signal office, is enjoying a week's vacation from her duties. Garner— Walter Weiss, district representative for the U. S. conservation service, visited with Weiss formerly Garner schools friends recently. coached in the CHICAGO GRAIN CLOSE (Monday's Market) Chicago, (.4't— WHEAT— High Low Sept 2.30 a i 2.23'- Dec 2.32Va 2.30?,, May 2.27 2.24> B CORN— Sept .......... 1.74',i, ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS (Monday's Market) Chicago, (iP>— (U. S. D. A.)—Estimated salable livestock receipts for Tuesday: 10,000 hogs, 6,000 cattle and 2,000 sheep. Local Livestock BOGS MASON CITY—For Monday T\venty-five cents higher. Good light lights 1CO-I70 Good light lights 170-180 S27.50 1 Good med. weights 180-200 S28.50 Good med. weights 220-240 S28.50 Good med. weights 220-240 $28.50 Good med. weights 240-270 $27.25 Good med. weights 270-SOO $25.75 Good med. weights 300-330 $24.25 Good med. weights 330-3GO $23.25 Good sows 270-300 S23.25 Good sows 300-330 $23.25 Good sows 330-3GO S23.2? Good sows 360-400 S22.00 Good sows 400-450 520.75 Good sows 450-500519.75 Good sows 500 and up $18.75 No hogs received alter 3 p. m. Jacob E. Decker & Sons CATTLE MASON CITY—For Monday Good steers and heifers S33.00-36.00 Good to choice steers and heifers S31.00-33.IX Good steers and heifers $30.00-31.00 Medium steers and heifers ... J27.00-23.0i Fair steers and heifers $21.00-23.5C Plain steers and hellers S13.00-21.0I Choice cows $21.00-23.01 ., Good cows $20.00-22.C( 1 Medium cows 519.50-22.Si Fair cows ^ $17.00-18.51 Good bulls S21.00-Z3.0' Medium bulls J20.00-22.0 Bologna bulls $IB.OO-21.0< Canners and cutters S14.50-17.0 1 CAI/VES MASON CITY—For Mondnj Choice J28.0 Good , $26.0 Medium 521.0 Common $18.0 Culls $14.0 GENUINE SPUING LAMBS Good to choice ... 527,0 EWES Good to choice S 7.50- 9.5 Medium ? 6.50- 7.5 Common and culls $ 5.00- (5.0 74 7G 3 78 1.87 :i Dec .......... 1.57 ' May ......... 1-00 OATS— Sept Dec May RYE— Dec May ........ l.SS^ SOYBEANS — Nov . 2.98 Dec .......... 2.98 March ........ 3.00 LARD— Sept .......... 22.17 Oct ........... 22.27 Nov ......... 22.25 Dec ....... 23.32 Jan ........ 23.25 1.7 Hi 1.55 1.57V* .7G 1.86 l.OG'.i 2. S3 2.95 >i 2.96 21.25 21.42 21.55 22.G5 22.80 Close 2.29Va 2^25 1.7 ITa l.SJVs 1.5711, .73=;, .76'/ B .75'.* , 1.87'A 2.95 2.B5'/ 2 2.BG 21.25 21.50 21.55 22.fin 22.85 Produce (Quotation by E. G. Morsel MASON CITY— For Monday Eggs, No. i ......... 44c Cggs, undergrades .......... 32c 37c 27c 24c 18c 35c 32c 15c Leghorn cocks .............. 12c Eggs, at retail ............ 45-53c Butter, Iowa State Brand ... 86c 3ggs. nest run Heavy hens, 5 Ibs. and up . 3eavy hens, 4 to 5 Ibs. up Light hens Springs, heavy breeds Springs, Leghorns Old cocks, heavy breeds Butter, Corn Country 83-85c Mason City Grain (Quotations Farmer*' Elevator) At 10 a. m. Monday No. 2 oats, 36 Ibs., Aug. 15 ... 64c No. 2 oats, 36 Ibs., Sept. 15 ... 63c No. 2 yellow corn, 5 day ... SI.82 Soybeans, No. 2. subject to quotations. Soybeans, Nov $2.70 Discharged Veteran Loses Papers in Business District Thomas J. Hazel wood, recently discharged veteran suffering from heart trouble, lost his discharge papers Monday somewhere between the American Legion hall, the Foresters building and the 65 club. The papers are in a blue cover, with the name of J. W. Howard, county clerk, Carroliton, 111., on the outside. There is also a photo- static copy of his World war II record. He has asked that the finder please turn it in at the Mason City police station. and served as county extension director for a time. Wesley — A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Simpson July 18 at Kossuth hospital. Kanawha — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cowan and Beverly of Binghampton, N. Y. are visiting Mrs. Ollie Olson and other relatives. \Vcsley-Ben Walker of Blue Earth, Minn., worked in the Walker market last week while his son J. L. owner of the market was on vacation. Swea City — Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Anderson and Paul and Sharon have returned to Forveston, Minn., after visiting Mr. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Anderson. Wesley — Mr. and Mrs. Ole Folm, Anna and Ethel returned recently from several day's visit at the Halvor Egland home in Houston, Minn. Anna has completed a 6 week's summer school course at Decora h. She teaches in the grades of the local school. Swea City — The Rev. and Mrs. Andy Swanson and children spent a few days visiting friends and relatives here. Mr. Swanson was reared in the Pilot Grove neighborhood and is now pastor of a Baptist church in Duluth, Minn. They will also visit Mrs. Swansea's Rake—Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lund and son Jimmy of Viroqua, Wis., visited a few days at the parental Martin Olson and Bert Lund homes. Wesley—Cletus Studer, son of J. P. Studer, received severe gashes about the he^d when his tractor and a Wisconsin car collided at an. intersection on Highway 1? west of Wesley. Corwith—Mrs. Arnold Heise returned home from the Kossuth county hospital at Algona. Cresco—Raphael Chinak who is employed in the drafting department of the Western Electric Co. in Chicago, is spending a week's vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Chihak, and family. Britt—Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rasmuson are the parents of a son born July 18 at Park hospital in Mason City. Frcdericksbure—Mr. and Mrs. Arle Morf and Darrell, and Supt., and Mrs. Alf Vaala of New Hampton spent the weekend at the Ovey V;iala home at Melvin. Lakola—Leona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Christ, who re- Harvester Announces Title Change A change in the system of titles applying to the motor truck and farm equipment field sales executives of the International Harvester company has been announced by John L. McCaffrey, president of the company. The change was announced locally by C. W. Smith, head of the company's general line sales branch. For some time the company has felt the need for a more accurate designation of the various lines of managerial authority within the sales organization. For example, the term "Blockman" has been most unsatisfactory because it neither indicates the job function nor signifies the general responsibilities of the position. Other position titles known to cause public misunderstanding are "Retail Motor Truck Account" and "Subbranch." New Designations Made Therefore, effective Nov. 1, 1948, the following designations have July 26,' 1948 Mtion City Glebe-GnetU, Mu»n CUy.U. "Blockman." By the same token, the present "Block Collector" will be known as "Zone Collector." 2 The present area and office designation "branch" will be changed to "district," All related position titles presently using the term "Branch" in their position titles, such as branch manager, assistant branch manager, branch credit manager, will "district" in place of substitute "branch . New Titles in Effect 3 The designations "subbranch" and "retail account" will be changed to "branch." The individual in charge will carry the title "branch manager." 4. The present position title "branch service manager" will be changed to "district service supervisor." At the local International Harvester branch, the following new titles will fe in effect: C. "W. Smith, district manager; E J Field, assistant district manager; L. D. Wiest, district credit manager; D. J. Bredall, branch manager; V. W. Burk, district supervisor, and L. P. Wells, local zone manager. New York Stocks (By The Associated Press) Am. Tel. & Tel. 153}. Anaconda Cop. 36£. Bendix Aviat. 33g. Beth. Steel 35^. Boeing Airplane 24. Chrysler Corp. 61i. Gen. Elec. 391 Gen. Motors 62g. Illinois Central 38}. Int. Harvester 32i. Montgom. Ward 56J. N. Y. Central R. R. 17 Radio Corp. 28|. Sears Roebuck 38?. Stand. Oil Ind. 48§. Stand. Oil N. J. 81 . Texas Co. 601. U. S. Steel 78J. CHICAGO CASH GUAlN' (Monday's IVIarket) Chicago, (,?)—Wheat: No. 1 red 52.30; No. 2 red $2.29'AC-J 2.30; No. 2 rod tough $2.26', 2; No. 3 red S2.28'A((i2.29; No. 3 red tough $2.24; No. 4 red garlicky tough 52.21Vi; sample grade red tough S2.200T2.20 3 ,;; No. 1 hard $2.29 :1 ,4((T2.30 1 /4; No. 1 hard tough $2.28','*: No. 2 hard S2.29V'4Ti2.'29',^; No. 1 mixed S2.29rii;2.29'.L.; No. 1 mixed tough $2.27 Vi: No. 2 mixed $2.28>4«!2.Z8 : U; No. 'J mixed S2.29. Corn: No. 1 yellow $2.08Viiti:2.10 I ,':i; No. 2. S2.09Va: No. 3. S2.06</a. Oats: No. I heavy mixed 74? it??, 70 Vs; No. 1 mixed 74(<T.75c: No. i mixed tough 70^4: No. 1 heavy white 77',i<fi;79c; No. 1 white Ta'.iffi'VGc; No. 2 white 7fie; No. 3 heavy white 7Gc: No. 1 white 75'V?7Gc; No. 2 white 7(3c; No. 3 heavy white 7Gc; sample grade heavy white tough 67c; No. 1 heavy special red 75<ic. Rye: No, 1 plumo 51.98; No. 2 plump $1.07 Vi: No. 1. $1.97. Barley nominal: Malting S1.35®1.90; fed $1.12«1.42. Soybeans: None. Cops and Robbers Story Fort \Vorth,. Tex. (U.R)—Two police officers were having a bite to eat in a cafe and when they returned to their car, they found the radio microphone missing. The car was parked in front of the cafe. Reuben Ohlson at CHICAGO 1'OTATOKS (Monday's Market) Chicago, (/Pi — (U. S. D. A.) — Potatoes: Arrivals 284, on track 315; total U. S. shipments Friday 587, Saturday 485, and Sunday 36. Supplies moderate; demand good for red stocks. Market firm to slightly stronger; for white stocks, demand fair, market slightly weaker. California long whites S4.25; Colorado Bliss Triumphs $3.50; S3.50C.I 3.70. long Idaho Bliss Triumphs whites S3. 85; Missouri Cobblers $3*13.10: Nebraska Red Wnrbns $3.40; Washington Bliss Triumphs $3.25. CHICAGO POULTRY (Monday's Market) Chicago, (.T 1 )— (U. S. D. A.)—Live poultry: Firm: receipts 19 trucks. Prices unchanged to 1 cent a pound higher. F. O. B.: Fowl 34.5c; Leghorn fowl 31c; roast- ors 38fl41c; fryers S'S'ii-lOc; broilers 37 W 40c; old roosters 23c. F. O. B. wholesale market: Duckling 30c; heavy ducks 25e; small ducks 20c. sister, Mrs. Aurelia. Wesley—Dick Grifhorst recently purchased the H. J. Braley residence and will take possession Sept. 1. Lakota—Mrs. Amelia Koppen and grandson Paul Geilenfeldt are spending 2 weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Leo Johnson, and family of Curlew. Wesley—Carol Root was severely cut over the right eye recently by a thrown piece of rubber tire. Several stitches and a shot for lockjaw were required. Cresco—Dr. and Mrs. Charles F. Snopek of New York City, N. Y., arc- visiting Dr. Snopek's mother, Mrs. Mary Snopek of Protivin, and Mrs. Snopek's mother, Mrs. J. W. Jinderlee, in Cresco. Garner—Otto Schmidt of near Ventura submitted to a major operation at Mercy hospital in Mason City recently. Garner — Mr. and Mrs. James Larson are the parents of: a son born July 19. cently was graduated from the Minneapolis business college, has accepted a job as secretary-receptionist with the Skelly Oil company, Skelgas Division in Minneapolis, Minn. Nora Springs—Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Paulsen and daughter, Mary Jane, have returned home after a week's visit with Mrs. Paulson's uncles and aunts, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bliss at Mahnomen, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith at Jamestown, N. Dak. Britt—Dr. and Mrs. M. C. Nelson have returned from a vacation trip to Chicago. While they were away their daughter Sandra was with relatives in Eaglo been selected to oecome a pan 01 the company language: 1. The present area designation "block" will be dropped from use and the term "zone" adopted. The position title "Zone Manager" will be substituted for the term A survey in cities all over the United States recently showed that at present wage rates it is less expensive for soda fountains to use paper cups than to wash, glasses. Food City Features WASHINGTON APRICOTS Grove. Frcdcricksburg: Susan and Sandra, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs Dayton Merviman, of Clear Lake, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Kerssen. Britt—Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Froescher and 2 children of New Orleans, La., are spending a few weeks in thcjhome of Mrs. Froescher's parenrc, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Hochhaus. Garner—Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baggs and 3 children of New Jersey, are visiting at the home of Mr. Baggs' mother, Mrs. John R. Baggs and a brother, \V. L. Baggs, here. Plymouth—Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bernhardt are the parents of a son born at a hospital in Mason City. Waucoma—Mrs. Hattie Broadbent went to Williams Bay, Wis. to attend the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Julia Kcnyon. NEW YORK PRODUCE (Monday Market) New York, (if) —Butter receipts (2 days) 093,559- Easy. Wholesale prices on bulk cartons: Creamery, higher than 92 score and premium marks (AA) 78-79 cents; 92 score (A) 76; 90 score (B) 73; 89 score (C) 72. (New tubs usually command '.'* cent a pound over the bulk carton price.) Cheese receipts 444,132, steady. Wholesale .sales, fresh American cheese (whole milk): Cheddars D2ffj52Vi cents: Cheddars (grass 1947) 57JJ 59; Cheddars 'grass 1947) shelf cured 58<gGI; single daisies 52 1 /3di5G', j; single daisies (grass 1947) 583 Gl; single daisies (grass 1947) shelf cured 60.S2; flats 54^'S 55',i; flats (grass 1947) shelf cured Bl<&63: midgets 50-358; midgets (grass 1947) 62<fC63; midgets shelf cured 62fri(>3; processed, 5 Ibs 5Z'.i<i./.54V.»: domestic Swiss (single tubs) best fi35i B5, others 53IQ62. Eggs receipts 15,858. Firm. New York spot quotations follow: Midwestern mixed colors: Fancy heavyweights 54'.'.>(("j) SS'/ae; extra, No. 1 large 5Hj52c; eKtra No. 2 Inrge 47 1 /n@'18 l /ic; extra, No. 3 and 4, 44',ir<t45c; extra, No. 1 medium 4B 50Vic; standard, No. 1 44<345c; dirties 3Qc check.s 36c. SOUTH ST. PAUI. LIVESTOCK (Monday's Market) South SI. Paul, (U.PJ—(U. S. D. A.) — .livestock; Cattle 5,400. Predominantly grasser un. Cows GO per- cent o£ receipts; miockers 30 per cent: balance slaughter steers, heifers with grnin-fed in minor- ty. Generally steady all slaughter cattle, market dragsy. Load choice 980 Ib. Angus mixed yearlings $30.50; short load 3d. choice 1,130 Ib. steers S37, with small showing good steers, yearlings $32^ 34. Two-load shipment good 784 Ib. heifers 535; good heifers S31.50rrt34; medium steers, heifers $25(ii30; common $21<(<24. Good grass cows $22ri724. common-medium $18.SOrTi 21.50; canners- cutters $15rif 17.50. Medium, good bulls S2 24.50: top good S25: cutter-common S'.OTil 21.50. Replacement cattle draggy. weak with last week's sharp decline. Scattering good stock steers $25(22(1; medium S22<t?;>4; common S18(iT21. Dairy cows steady. Calves 1,400. Vealers mostly SI lower. Good, choice ?2S'.7.10: commort- niedhim.s $i7ff?;24; culls $14<ijli3. Hogs 5.000. Early sales good-choice 170 to 240 Ibs. bnri-ows, gilts 25 to 50 cents higher at S29.50; few opening sales good-choice sows ;!30 Ib. down. 25 to SO cents higher a,l $24. Average cost, weight Friday: Barrows, gilts $25.4fi, 2.15 Ib.; sows S22.2:i, H59. Saturday: Barrows, gilts ?25.fi9, 257 Ibs.; sows S22.G1, 343. For week: Harrows, gilts $24.82, 293; sows §22.50. 355. Sheep flOO. Hun limited to around 400 mixed native truck-ins. Market not established. CHICAGO PRODUCE (Monday's -Market) Chicago. I/PI— Butler weak". Heceipls (2 days I 784,3flO. Prices 3 'i to 2 coals n pound iowcr. 03 score AA Vile: 92 A 7fic: SO B 73c; R9 C 71c. Cars: 00 B 74c; R9 C 71.5c. EgRs lop firm, bnlancc slcacly. Receipts (2 days' 21,fi09. Prices imclinnpcd. U. S. extras. 70 per cent nnr! up 4BiVt4fl»:: fid to (19.9 per cent A 44rTj4lic; U. S. stnndnrcls 3fir,i.43c; current receipts 3G.5c; dirties 34c; check.s 33c. PRICES EFFECTIVE TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY i a 613 So. Federal Phone 5243 Free Parking 12 1st N, W. Phone 1402 FREE DELIVERY ON S 5.00 ORDERS BORDO BLENDED OR LARGE PACKAGE This Week—Get Our Price Before You Buy WATERMELONS Look At This Low Price. Get A Texas Watermelon Today. HERE IT IS! Calif. PEACHES KARO SYRUP White, I'/z-lb. Jar ...19c Dark, IVi-lb. Jar \ 8c Red Triumph POTATOES, 10 Ib. bag . 39c Salatia Tea 31c Horme! Sliced Bacon Ends Pound 27c $5.00 ORDERS DELIVERED FREE W»t*e THC Wtte Ecotfo*tfxe 1515 SOUTH FEDERAL SHOP EARLY AND SAVE AT THE FEDERAL FRUIT MARKET DECKER'S IOWANA ALL MEAT Skinless Wieners. WASHING POWDER MAGIC RATH'S MILD CURE NATIONAL'S VALU-WAY ALL MEAT Ground BEEF NONE HIGHER MULBERRY BACON ».45 RATH'S BLACKHAWK TEND'R. PORK DAINTIES 69 CALIFORNIA ELBERTA PEACHES 17 LB. CRATE M.79 FRESH HOME GROWN TOMATOES 13 CALIFORNIA SHAFTER POTATOES 10 LB. BAG 39c California Bartletr PEARS 2 * 29c Florida ORANGE JUICE 46 Ox. can 23c Blended JUICE Orange & Grapefruit. 46 of. can 23c Green Giant PEAS can ISc Golden Whole Kernel CORN No. 2 can The Perfect Tea for MRS. CLARK'S SALAD DRESSING Quart 59c VAN CAMP'S PORK and BEANS 2 18c cans 25c Red POTATOES £*"?!... 39c Elberta California PEACHES, crate . . $1.95 Home Grown CUCUMBERS, each . . 5c FEDERAL FRUIT MARKET 223 North Federal Phone 542

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