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THURSDAY PAGE TWO KOQSUTH COtlNTY ADVANCE. AlflONA. IOWA Ex-Irvington Woman Dies in Minnesota FUNERAL HELD FOR DAUGHTER OF PIONEERS Irvington, Mar, 4—Mrs. Rome Robison and Mrs. Cornelius Larson came home Sunday from Lake Park, Minn., where they had gone to attend funeral services for their sister, Mrs. Edward Larson, who died at her farm home near that town after i a long sickness. The services were held Friday afternoon. Mrs. Larson's maiden name was Anna Christina Johnson, and she was born May 20, 1885, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Johnson, at Akron, O. The family moved to this vicinity in 1886 and located on a farm southeast of Algona. In August, 1916, Miss Johnson went to Lake Park to keep house for her brother William, who was farming there, and two years later, December 17, 1918, she was married. The Larsons had lived there ever since. Survivors are Mr. Larson and two children, Milford and Arlene, both at home; one other sister and two brothers: Mrs. Harry Winkie, Algona, and Geo. Johnson, both on the home farm, and William, of Lake Park. The deceased was well known to many people here. Mrs. Reapei Leaves Hospital— Mrs. Lucy Reaper has been taken from the Kossuth hospital, where she had been a patient since early December, when she fell at her home and suffered a brokn bone just below one hip, to the home of her son Charles. She will be confined to bed till July, when it is hoped the bone, which her physicians did not set because of the peculiar break and her age, will have knitted and that she will be able to be about again. Another Youth in Army— In recent mention in this column of boys from the Irvington vicinity now in the army and navy Ira Hudson was omitted, the writer being unaware that he was in the armed services. Mr. | WEEK'S BANCROFT BRIEFS Louise Wolf left last Thursday I was spent at games, and for a visit with Cadet Rolin Haupert served lunch. Mrs. Steinmetz at the, U. S. military academy at West Point. Mrs. William Sandt, of Sherburn, Minn., and her daughter Phyllis spent Monday at Mrs. Sandt's brother A. J. Renger-'s. Mrs. Clarence Nelson, Chicago, and her son Billy arrived Saturday for a visit with Mrs. Nelson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coyne. ' . The Emil Stoffels, Algona, spent Sunday at F. J. Kramer's. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kennedy and Mrs. Jean Wolf spent Wednesday and Thursday at Minneapolis on a business mission. Mrs. Raymond Schiltz and a son left Tuesday for Long Beach, Calif., after a long visit at the P. J. Schiltz home. Deloris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Haupert, entertained The John Minn, have Welps, Janesville, moved to Bancroft, Dolly Holgate, of Livermore, spent Friday with Bancroft friends. Her former club mem- , .,„.. .„ bers entertained for her at Mrs. and have the house the Joseph A. H. Deitering's. Miss Holgate, Whites vacated. Mr. Welp now housekeeper for the late Bernard works for his father, F. J. Welp. Brink, is now housekeeper at the - - - Catholic parsonage, Livermore. James, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Carr, has returned from Des Moines, where he completed a course in an air school, and The Marion Caldwells, of Fort Dodge, were Sunday visitors at John Schneider's Jr. Dennis Herbers is now employed at the Merrill Bros, grocery. The F. N. Thies family has Monday he left for Long Beach, moved to a new home at Ti-1 Calif., to work in an aircraft fac- tonka, and the Martin Bleichs, Titonka, have the Thies house here. Mrs. Thies now operates the Titonka creamery, and Mr. Bleich is new creamery man here. Raymond, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hellman, had his appendix' removed Saturday at the Kossuth hospital. Wilma Augustine, Bertha Vaske, Mrs. La Conte, and her tory. The Victor Applegates have moved to Corwith from the Jas. Doocy farm. Mr. and Mrs. George Fangman, Mr. and Mrs. Al Lensing, and the Marvin Vaskes spent Sunday at Remsen, also visited at Edw. Schemmel's, Matlock. The Legion post honored F. N. Thies with a farewell oyster stew and party-Monday evening daughter Deloris spent Sunday I at the Legion rooms. Mr. Thies a group of girls Sunday in honor: with Miss Augustine's parents at i was presented with a pen of her birthday. The afternoon j Whittemore. | pencil set. and MANY FARMERS AT BURT AMONG MARCH MOVERS PORTLAND WOMEN IN SHOWER FOR MRS. DOYLE MTARLAND Portland Twp., Mar. 2 — Mrs. j Fitch, Ranney Doyle McFarland was honored at. Wolf, Charles were read M»d mpprtlrid, (Motion carried W>ri*w ftut bile policy with Employers' 'M CaSrtalt y Omnpatty. A motion WM carried that, the mayor and city clerk toe «i«»«rl*- ed to sign a contract with Leo Llchter for the moving of engines to the new power plant. The following resolution was read to the council: Whereas, on the 25th day of Feb. 1942, Mayor C. F. Specht of the City of Algona, Iowa, appointed 26 resident citizens of the City of Algona, Iowa, as Special Police or Vigilantes to work with the police officers of the city of Algona, as a part of the National Program of Civilian Defense during the existence of the War Emergency and which list Is submitted herewith, and whereas, the mayor has sub- mlted said list and has asked the City Council to approve of aatd actlpn and said appointment, now therefore, be it resolved by the city council of the City of Algona, Iowa, that the action of the mayor including his appointment of said 28 men named by him be and the same Is now ratified, confirmed and approved by the council. Moved by Councilman: Kohlhaas and seconded by Councilman Hucn- old that the resolution be adopted as read. The vote thereon was as follows: Ayes—-Huenhold, Bohannon, Hawcott, Harris, Kohlhaas and Burt, Mar. 4—A number of farmers have been moving the past week or two. Among them are the Fred Plumbs, who moved a shower Friday at Mrs. Wayne Keith's. Games were in charge of Mrs. Wallace Godden and Mrs. Glee Bullock, Burt. Jane Keith played a piano solo, and Mrs. E. L. Dickmeyer played selections on her piano-harp, by re- Whorter, ani Martin Becker. Six Win Card Prizes— OvermyeiJ. Nay—none. Whereupon the mayor declared the motion carried and the neaohitlon duly adopted. Appropriating Ordinance No. C67 was passed. Appropriating Ordinance No. 507 ELECTRIC FUND L. M. Bollock, salary $72.50 F. C. Dailey, salary 78.75 ™ * r-j j Tom Halpin, salary 70.00 Pu^tz, ^Edward Wa i tor Gorman, salary 70.60 C. C. Wright, salary 65.00 Earl Bowman, salary '... 60.00 Wm. O, (Ludwig, labor 49.75 Alvis Hill, labor BO.OO Scott, Ray Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Dell Fitch's prizes were awarded Mrs. Tom Trenary, Claude Sigsbee, Mrs. F. E. to near Hobarton. Harold Fisch- quest of Mrs. Dickmeyer 'includ- j Teeter, David Weber, Sumner er, formerly of Swea City, has ing The Old Spinning Wheel. The j Parsons, and Mrs. M. Thompson. bride unwrapped many gifts and Seven tables were in play: lunch was served. Doyle and his wife will live on the G. O. McFarland farm. At a recent 500 card party at R s Barton, salary'"!.'!..'..! 57.20 ,. „„,* TI/T,.,, r,Mi ipu-i,.- „„:-,„„ stephcnaoni aa i ary .. 67.50 moved to the farm vacated by them. The Ernest Naumans, of Bancroft, have moved to the farm vacated by the Melvin Elling- sons, who moved to Ottosen. The Jake Smiths have moved to their own farm east of Burt, and the Earl Wallaces, Lone Rock, moved onto the farm they left. The Vern . Shiplers, who have been working for C. W. Patterson, have rented a farm near Union Slough. Todd Rickard has moved to the Patterson tenant house and will work for Mr. Patterson. Project Women Pick Study— Mrs. Tom Trenary was hostess to a group of women at a recent Farm Bureau project follow-up meeting. A three-course dinner was served at noon. Mesdames F. A. Ringsdorf-and Wyott Stott presented the lesson, which was on "The Farm Family and the World Today." A vote resulted in a choice of a clothing project Ira. their third son, is at Wallace, Tex. He was inducted into the army at Flint, Mich., where he had been employed during the last few years. Farewell for Leners Family— Between 35 and 40 relatives and friends gathered at the Mike Leners home one evening recently for a farewell party. Mr .and Mrs. Leners were presented with a purse with which they plan to purchase an electric chime clock. The Leners family has moved to a farm near Emmetsburg which Mr. Leners purchased. 4-H Clubs Entertain Parents— Members of the Irvington girls' and boys' 4-H clubs entertained the parents at the Irvington schoolhouse last week Tuesday •evening. A Mr. Meek showed moving pictures in technicolor, and the remainder of the evening was spent at games. Ben Dwengers to Minnesota— The Ben Dwengers, who have since moved to a farm in Minnesota, were honored last week Tuesday evening by a group of neighbors who called on them for the evening. Other Irvington !S T civs. Minnie Scheppmann, Stratford beauty shop proprietor, recently visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppmann Sr. An all-day follow-up women's meeting of the Riverdale Farm Bureau was held last Thursday at Mrs. Lyle Steele's. The Aid mot Thursday afternoon at the church, and Mrs. L. E. Colwell was hostess 4. Motorcycle Victim is Visitor at Burt Hurt. Mar. 4—Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dnllnfor and daughter Lorraine, Austin, Minn., were Sunday aftprnonn and supper guests at the C. B. Chipman home Lorraine is the (/irl who was on the motorcycle with ~' " man, when both Portland Oldtimer is Host— John Trunkhill entertained Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Wallace, Algona, Marie Grover, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rasmussen at 7 o'clock dinner at the Chrome, Algona, Saturday, February 21. Tonsillectomy for Farmer— Ray McWhorter had his tonsils removed Wednesday morning at Burt. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle was the surgeon at his office. Attend Shower at Algona— , ^ --- — „ „ Mrs. Earl Miller attendsd a of Titonka, have moved to the en attending were Mesdames Ev-1 shower for Margaret Brown at farm vacated by the Ilo Buffing- erett Mann, Arch Burger, Ralph j John Dreesman's, Algona, last tons, who moved near Titonka. Dugan, Alvin Rasmussen, Dell' week Wednesday i The Sam Winchells have moved — ' to Madelia, Minn., and the Casey . , ,, ,, ,., , T _, . Loss family, Algona, are moving ™ et at , the Mrs - M - M - Chipman to that place. The Dave Webers home Monda y afternoon for a have moved to the farm former- party in honor ° f her birthday, West. B)«e. i Nbrthlartd Blec. Sttp., W; D. Afieft Mf*. Go., Mali, tfoli R»h*6 Co., LeUr Bfown O».> .Wins* A It. tihince Cbf.'tt Snap-On /Wolsi-Art Algona Ldry., service ...... Funk & Delm, labor and re (pairs *—• C. S. Johnson, mdse. Harris Bros., gas Dutch's Super Serv., mdse. .. Wm. C. Dau Oarage, mdse. .. H. W. Poet, freight Ry. Exp. Agcy., express C. U. Pollard, expense Cresco Union Elec. Go., signs N. W. Bell Tele Co., serv. .. A. H. Borchardt, mdse W. W. Sullivan, posta WATER FU .Harry Barton, salary Frank Ostrum, salary Joe Dunn, salary R. S. Barton, salary C. U. Pollard, salary Ira Kohl, salary Laura Mitchell, salary Buffalo Meter Co., mdse. .. Culllgan Zeolite Co., mdse. Funk & Delm, mdse Wm. C. Dau Garage, mdse. Chester Webb, salary CO.OO ! Frank Ostrum, salary 12.25 Joe Dunn, salary 40.00 H. S, Roth, salary 72.50 C. U. Pollard, salary 90.00 ; Ira Kohl, salary 40.00 j Adah Carlson, salary 75.00 , Fulton Iron Wks., mdse 79.04 Pet. Prod. Co., oil 288.61 Diesel Service, oil 581.74 i C. M. St. P. & Pa. Ry., frt. .. 728.11 ! Globe Mach. & Sup. Co., mdse 107.93 ! Midwest Piping & Sup. mdse. 83.39 Homan Crane Corp., mdse. .... 883.7-i Norton Mach. Wks., repairs 70.14 WC13 in uie ciilliua iiL'JVlCL'S. IVir. rnu Tr T i. f ,t *-vn and Mrs. Paul Hudson report thatL/^ V ,fT Larsens formerly for the coming year Other worn- ly occupied by the Leo Fox family. The La Verne Bryans have which was a week before. Mrs. Chipman was away at the time, moved to Bancroft, where he is so the party was P° st P° n ed. working for the Welp Hatchery. The Peter Plemels, who have been living with J. N. Holding, have moved out to work for Hirsches to Swea City— months at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Henry Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weiske and family, Fairmont, Minn., were Sunday dinner guests at the Edw. Weiske home. Charles and Ed Weiske are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. John Emmert, of The Albert Hirsch family has I Mason City were Friciav where Mr - ' lowea supper guests Richard Chip- were seriously injured about a year and a half ago. She was in many months, but again. the hospital now well VETERAN TO HOSPITAL Burt. Mar. 4—Vireil Schrader and James Christiansen took Prank Reynolds to Des Moines to the vptfrans hospital Monday for examination and treatment He has been laid up with a blood clot in one leg. SENECA Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hurlburt helped the Mansiel Hurlburts move from a farm near Graettinger to a place near Swea City last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Richards entertained neighbors and others at a card party Saturday even- Jng. County Treasurer and Mrs. C. W. Pearson, Algona, spent Sunday afternoon at Arthur Paulsen's. Mrs. Sheldon Merrill left Saturday for Wilmar, Minn., to visit the parental S. L. Denton's and other relatives. the farm vacated by the W. R. Smiths, who moved to near Algona. The Dan Harrises moved to Marian, S. D., and the Everett Harris family to Welcome, Minn. The Jim Codys have moved to moved in with George Gerhard. The Hirsches have been living with him. New Baby is Inspected— The Henry Gettmans Mrs. J. D. Graham. The Clarence Larsons', Waterloo, spent the week-end with , Mrs. Larsen's father, S. M Pet- j erson. Mrs. Peterson is still in a • ito , ' Waterloo hospital, visited Mrs _ Leor f ard Stows on Way Home— Burt friends have received word from Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow, who spent the winter Pensacola Fla '" at were were on their at the home of where they were making the acquaintance of a new granddaughter, Dorothy Lee, born February 23 to Mr. and Mrs. Clif- to be home about March 20. Birthday is Observed- Mr, and Mrs. William Eddy, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Geesmani Mr. and Mrs. Ared White and daughter Suzanne, Mason City, and Robert Rasmussen, Alden, Minn., visited Sunday at the J. C. Geesman home in honor of Mrs. Geesman's birthday. n- *i.j ThnFi q, Blrt , hd ^~ The Fidelis Sunday school class Sunday. They went to see a new baby at the Grimes home. Mrs. Grimes is Mrs. Gettman's niece. Attends Bro-in-Law Funeral— Mrs. J. G. Thaves attended the funeral of a brother-in-law, Will ^riday. She there until Sunday evening. Neitzels Now at Bancroft— The Durwood Neiztles moved to Bancroft the first of the week. Mr. Neitzel is employed by Welp Hatchery. Otlier Bnrt News. Mr. and Mrs. R, A. Iliff came from West Bend Saturday to spend the week-end with Mrs. Iliff's sister, Mrs. J. H. Graham. They all spent Sunday at -the Charles Schemmel home, Swea City. Mrs. Lottie Isenberger returned Saturday from Omaha, Neb., where she had spent several Paul Moore home. . . — t home with for a visit. The Lutheran Aid society meets Thursday afternoon of this weTk with Mrs. E. C. Schwietert and Mrs. Fred Behnkendorf as hostesses. The Ernest Vaughns, of Rolfe, and John Mosbachs, Whittemore were Sunday dinner guests at the Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle home. Kossuth Chapter No. 201, 0 E S., will meet Tuesday, March' NEWS FROM UNION TOWNSHIP the for its regular monthly meetine' Mrs. T. R. Gardner, Moravia spent the week-end here at the ho ™ e of her son, L. G. Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Clayton of Armstrong, visited Sunday at the Ralph Roberts home. Supt. W. B. Officer and his family were Sunday dinner guests at F. L. Ryerson's. The L. H. . Schencks Sunday at the Horaci home at Crystal Lake. Mrs. H. A. Lewis, of Algona visited her sister, Mrs. Louisa Thompson, Monday Mrs. F. L. Pratt returned Sun- visited Schenck Mrs. Paul Kriethe, Burt, and her daughter Eugenia Mae were callers at the George Boevers home recently. They are back from a visit at Washington, D C where Mrs. Kriethe's son is in government employ, and they report that a busy center. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ditsworth who sold their farm purchased here and - . one near Brainerd, Minn., some time ago, moved to the new home a few weeks ago Mr. and Mrs. .Walter Heerdt drove to Minnesota Monday to help Mrs. Heerdt's parents, Mr and Mrs. Newton B^lin, and the Bolin daughter, Mrs. Dale Blair, with her family, move to another farm. Mrs. Don Boevers returned Friday from Des Moines, following a week with her sister, Mrs. Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harberts spent Sunday at R. W. Will's The Ben Sloters have moved Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Douglas, of ' Minot, N. D., arrived Saturday ' for a visit with Mrs. Douglas's i sister, Mrs. Mamie Winkel. Fortnightly club will meet •D u,-- aftern °°n with Mrs. Ben •earning. ^1?^ *£?• Ed Meaney, Man- -. ^c.,1,^- «II,B.CI. , . , an- Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Schenck T Vlsited Mrs - G. C. Allen Mon- entertained Monday evening day. — ..*-» j-'AWinjujf CVCJ11I1K mi_ when a Farm Bureau committee m lhe made out a program for the coming year for Union. Attending: County Agent Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Don Boevers, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Sorensen, Mr. and Mrs Will Dodds Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Orville Gardner. on a 400-acre farm, also Margaret Jenkinson and Ruth Cruikshank, student nurses at Iowa City, spent the week-end with their respective families, the Glen Jenkinsons and the Frank Cruikshanks. The Mothers & Daughters club wiU mee't this week Thursday with Mrs. Cora Bacon at her Algona home. The program will be: hostess, number; magazine article, Ardith Sears; Books I've The Gordon Giddings familv moved to Algona last week : Council Minutes dance, Joan Bacon caring J ames Shipler had his Sloters. Mrs. Julia Dearchs was "under the weather," and confined to bed with a severe cold. Mrs. Tom Reid, who had pneumonia, is recovering, but still abed except a short time each day when she is allowed to sit up. Algona, Iowa, Feb. 26—The Citv Council met at the City Hall n regular session with Mayor Specht m chair. The council m en present were Hawcott. Harris, KohlS Oyermyer, Bohannon -and Hulm- 1 The minutes of the last meeting $5.00 Pretty shoes such as these help you look your best. They represent fhe utmost in style and value. Try them on. Christensen*! SHOE DEPT. He lives where Herman Willrett used to live, just northeast of the No. 4 schoolhouse. Kicker Bros, recently installed a combination fuel and and electric kitchen range for their sister, Mrs. Laura Hohenstein. who keeps house for them. Loans*" TAXES LET US HELP YOU PAY YOUR TAVP<S A loan of $50— $100— $200 at mar* J T r, TAXES our office only one payment to make each month SPECIAL PLAN FOR FARMERS toin- — Have se. .... 386.00 nkd&O* 13*»*0 RldSfe* l»w mdle. ft.M *'•'•' *?'!£ 8; ,„.„ 4.40 • .£ Jt* jttA rndflo. zo.70 11.30 nd*re- 62. To ..,; 11.6? 1030 dse. .. 37.42 ..]_- Q4 AO lose. ., Ai.va 993 a 2.01 » 37.29 signs 3.38 erv. .'. 17.69 > 7.49 __ 910 71 >trt , BS25 20.00 7.80 ;..., 30.00 15.00 r 60.00 dse. .. 31.68 74 •tod tebof ,*»..»....,.«*..f - indite '» .1 n..;.'.., .....t ' Orc»t, We«t. Labs., mdm Cowan Bldf. Sup,, fnd«e, .... Lulng A Muckey, mdse. .... MAtt Pftrrfttt A flona Co., GENERAL FUND A R« Mould*, salary Cecil McGlnnls, salary , fit** ryttrlert Miarv J W. Neville, rent W. S.'l>afley Co., iridse, Wm C. Dau Oarage, repairs Jesse t^Mhbrook, salary .... Elliott SklU.Inft salary ... A ... Tnhn ff«lmnr8 HAl&rv .. . . Oliver Bakken, salary Chas Harvcy ( salary ...* Herman Lyons, salary , Chrlschllles Store mdse Norton Maeh. Wks., repairs Funk & Delm, repairs Kos. Co. Imp. Co., repair -.. Kent Motor Co., repairs Hoenk Motor Serv., gas .... Cflemfltaite' Supei 1 Service, kerosene ...- 3.3S ?21 40.40 0.30 82.79 2.68 2.10 11.05 67.60 ^ 60.00 6000 10.42 3.73 7.42 28.18 72.60 66.17 31,86 37.17 31 86 28.32 6.49 16.83 4.33 22.10 21.78 2.17 066 4.41 Cont. oil Dutch's »•"!» Chas. Matt SNOW tt Skiil . Harvey John ' 0 Jlv < Hermon' Lo YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MARCH 6 and More for Your Money! Greater "Values" in Foods of Dependable'Quality. .. .It is for this reason that so many Thrifty Bayers buy their food requirements at Council Oak ... Every item nlainly priced. A comparison of all prices in our neat, convenient stores plainly demonstrates that Council Oak is a safe placauto save. CHOCOLATE! NUT DROP , COOKIES Per Pound COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS BEEF ROASTS Tender and Juicy. Cut from well covered, corn fed beef. 19c Pound 25c and. STEAK SIRLOIN and SHORT CUT Pound. 29c PORK NECK BONES Per 5c ox TAILS 8c Bacon B '"W4M Sqi DRESSED KRAFT CHEESE Amerlcn " nnil Jlrlck PORK LIVER : i6c BEEF HEARTS Per i 17 Lb 1/C GROUfl BEEF! Per r AIM ....... 2k; on SWEET BULK PRUNES, 2 £r ds ' MILLER'S CORN FLAKES, 2 Morning Light Small, Jun« PEAS Extra small, sweet & tend er. A very special value. No. 2 Can , 15c Superb Grapefruit Fancy, whole segments .29c Superb PRUNES Heavy syrup Large Can ..., 15c Califoraii Iffep c i' S&M bardmeiijfep; Mustard or lalf || 2 Oval O'lltll Ca; Cans CATSUP Fancy POTATO CHIPS K.K. NEW CROP PEACHES POUND BAG VANILLA CHOCOLATE DROPS, Pound ROBB-ROSS PANCAKE FLOUR Sf: y ROBB-ROSS ^V." 4 SYRUP Morning Light PEANUT BUTTER 2 Pound Jar .. 35c Council Oak Coffee Pound Bag 28c 81 c Pound Bag.. Tac-Cut Goffe.e Pound 29c 56c Pound Jar .. Morning Coff Pound Wl Pound (| Bag -.«! EAT SALT ON GRAPEFRUIT ' iina they now pr« GRAPEFRUIT Pink Meat, 4 for ... 15c GRAPEFRUIT Large Seedless, 4 for 15c Per Cake Gue$t Size IVORY SOAP 5c Algona Creamery BUTTER 36c Ma 3rown Whole BREAD, l'/i lb. loaf- Superb Assorted JELLY, 10 Ounce j i —V-8 COCKTAIL, 40-oz., 29«t, 2 12 MACAKONI & 0 SPAGHETTI.. U SUPERB OATS. Jj Lee. Pkc. ,*w^p»^ Derby with Meat. IVORY FLAKES lOc 24c Medium Package . Large Package. LAVA HAND SOAP Large Cake lOc Soap Bars 49-lb. I WHITE LOAF FLOUR 1.79 We gla Orange BARRY^-BEER

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