Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1942 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 11, 1942
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GILCHRIST IN SAFE LEAD IN THEJJISTRICT Vote Shows He Won Majority Over All in Primary. The G. O. P. unofficial vote on congressman in four counties— Hamilton, Boone, Webster, and Winnebago—has not been learned here, but it is believed that Gilchrist had at least a plurality in all of the quartet, besides car rying every ntfier county in the 15-county district except Wright Wright had a candidate of its own—Riley, Clarion lawyer—and he received a strong endorsement from his own people. Riley Silver Wedding Celebrated— Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Semon celebrated their silver wedding anniversary at a dinner Sunday night in their home. Relatives presented the couple with a purse. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Nick Semon, Mrs. Marie Hogan, son Stanley, daughter Mary Rae, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel, Geo. Fandel, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fandel, all of! Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Wil-' liam Fandel, Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Elbert and Mrs. Emma Hilbert, Algona. The Rev. Edward Fandel, Sanborn, brother of TV/T™ c. emorlj wag (Unable to at _ and Mrs. Semon, who married at Whittemore, •--- —.*. wa*» 11.10 \^»YII ^jcuuic. -TXilcy had as an advantage the fact that Wright is a new county in the district, and Gilchrist is little known there. Another opposing candidate who received a good-sized vote but not enough to carry his coun ty, was Hanna, of Palo Alt county, the Ruthven Townsend er. Majorities Over All. In the counties reported Gilchrist had a majority over all in "•"-**-*) »-'*** JIWWAAij Ul Mrs. Semon, was enable tend. Mr. Wei u ...„** iv-v* cib »y HllfUJHlU have lived in Algona almost a year. They have four daughters. Legion 'Aux' Names Officers— Thf Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening at the Legion hall, and officers were elected-' President, Mrs. T. L. Larson; WEDDING LAST JANUARY IS A DO AN SURPRISE Doan, June 10—Relatives and friends here were taken by surprise Sunday when Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Buffington, and Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Budlong, Titonka, announced their marriage last January. The couple are on a wedding trip this week. Donald had been employed at his brother Ilo's at German Valley. Dinner in Visitors' Honor— Carrie Bakkie, Washing- H* n**,J t. _— _1 1 i • _ ° COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. JQWA and Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Larson, Mason City, with Mr. and Mr s. Kenneth Larson, spent Sunday with the men's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Larson, Doan. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Alexander. Sexton, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Hawkins and their granddaughter Shirley to Blue Earth a few days to ' visit the Reuben Schaefers. Clarence, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Goetz, spent last Thursday I till Sunday at his uncle Ben Srauth'l, Wesley, and the Srauths brought him home Sunday afternoon. . The August Grendlers, Armstrong, came Saturday for a visit at the Fred Girres home. Mr. Grendler went home Sunday, but Mrs. Grendler remained for a few days. W/INT ADS Want Adi of all kinds at* CASH) no charge accounts. No 'fill ordered out' order*, Ordinary wants, for sale, for rent, etc., 8c word.. Minimum 25e. Add lOc for mailing replies to 'blind' ads. Stamp* accepted for ordinary wanis. Count each set of initial! as one word,' also each set telephone or other numbers. Omit unnecessary words such ai 'one,' etc. Contract low rate on long readers. Legal* lOc line, Se line for repeals. FOR SALE-3 WORK HORSES; black gelding. 13 yrs. old; bay mare, 10 yfs. old; sorrel mare, 4 yrs. old.—tfbbe Meyer, Wesley. 22p39 GOOD BtfY—CLEAN 1938 Olds ... ....... . _ « • »i_ « . . _ '^ Mt-± _ FOR SALE —SHEPHERD pups. —Ernest Meyer, phone 8 on 95, Burt. 10p39 SPECIAL BARGAIN PRICES Friday and Saturday on started chicks. Nutrina mashes and pellets.—Wellendorf Hatchery, west of fairgrounds. 18p39 FOR SALE-1938 Lo», Burl 12(2)32tf secretary, treasurer, Mrs. F. Mrs. E. M. Sterling; R. Morrison; „ ,. uu „. .mujx./j, A (,jr \j y c _| Cll J. II every county except Wright and Mnlrt A l + *-v TV.,, .._*__ • n R. 181 83 171 88 301 777 197 191 336 1661 539 178 190 98 192 139 146 178 403 181 242 183 S. Ill 80 159 100 309 210 152 208 415 128 130 Palo Alto. The votes in these counties follows: G. H. Pocahontas__ 705 Palo Alto... 910 Greene 506 Carroll 674 Wright 741 Kossuth —.1412 Crawford .. 535 Emmet 1270 Hancock -__1052 Humboldt _ 958 Calhoun 710 The District Voie. The vote in the district as a whole was: Gilchrist 14,643 Hanna 5;170 Riley _ 4407 S "i i . t . h , . -"--."" 3,655 Lriicnnst had an over-all district majority of 1410 on these figures, but any majorities he may have had in the four counties not reported would have to be added to the 1410 figure.— INote—Local Townsenders deny last week's statement that Hanna was the "endorsed" Townsend candidate. Perhaps not, formally; but how about informally? Who were passing out his cards?] Whittemore Girl to Be Wed to Minister "Whittemore, June 10 Fifty guests attended a miscellaneous shower for Alvera, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Behnke, in the Lutheran school auditorium here Sunday evening. The time was spent at games followed by lunch. Miss Behnke, who received many gifts, will be married June 16 to the Rev. H A Roschke, Waverly. 1 —•* "• •"> -ifc. J.IAUI i jauil , chaplain, Mrs. Ernst Thiel; first vice president, Mrs. G. D. Brundage; second vice president, Mrs -Joyd Robinson; historian, Mrs. ™ Ts P llles : sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. John Foth; board members, Mesdames Bert Galbraith; R F Perry, Harry Hargreaves; board - — — «*U*.A^J T T aOIlUlE- ton V, D ;, C " and her daughter, Mrs. °- F - C° x ' ME >Hard, spent Thursday at Ted Hoover's, and other dinner guests were Mrs. Hoover's mother, Mrs. Rosa Andrews, and the Forest Christensens, Wesley. In the afternoon the Howard Andrews family, Titonka, Mrs. Van Hansen, and her daughter Patty were also there. All are relatives of Mrs. Cox and Mrs. Bakkie, the latter a sister of Mrs. Andrews i i-;v:f Krantz spent the weekend • I at Milford. Karen Kay Vogel, of 'FOR SALE—GOOD YEARLING Bancroft, is spending this week " ' ! ~ ' " ' " ~ ' with Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hott. The A. J. Martineks were dinner guests Sunday at William ----- b uv.ovo uuuuay ui wiinam Rmgsdorf's, Portland. The Jgseph Skows, Wesley, were Sunday guests at George Seaberg's. . v-Hfc U1TLUKJ \J\J\JU J. JUnXVLJllI \JT Hampshire boar.—Fred S. Geigel, Algona. g39 FOR SALE—WARDROBE trunk good condition.—417 N. Dodge phone 958-LW. 10u39 FOR SALE — 40 FT. 4 POST windmill tower; also good saddle pony, 6 yrs. old. — Chris Bolie, Burt, 14 mi. N. E. Algona. 23p29 LAST CALL FOR CHICKS~AT $6.90 per 100. Eggs are UD nnH Chicks will go highl?. You S pay more if you wait. Only a few more hatches. A nice supply 2 f 2^3 weeks old chicks P S hand that do hot require hoa? Raise a second brood. They will make you money. — H u Hatchery, Bancroft, Jowa member at "large," Mrs7'Harold Stephenson. Mrs. Mary Woodward, Whittemore, reviewed the book, The Moon is Down by Steinbeck. War stamps were presented to Mrs. G D. Brundage and Leola Zeigler. Shower for a Newlywed— Verabel Ulfers entertained at miscellaneous shower for Mrs. Soldiers FOR SALE—TWO USED TIRES with tubes, sizes 30x5 and 6.00-20.—Phone 27F14. 13p39 last week Tues- Frank Stratton ay night, and a picnic .supper vas served on the porch. Fifteen intimate friends of the honoree played bridge and other games. Mrs Stratton, the former Rita wHI' da , u g hter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Will, and Mr. Stratton were married May 10 at the mmty Lutheran church here and the latter left May 18 for San Diego, Calif., to join the marines. Boy is Host at Party Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs Merle Webster, entertained nine young friends at a party Monday afternoon to celebrate his 12th birthday. Games were played Archibald Father is Dead- Ted Hoover lately accompanied the Loyal Youngs and Mrs. Mel- T ° ls u n ' A lg° na ' to Lennox, where they attended the funeral of the father of Ralph Archibald, who has for several years been employed at Young's. Mr. Hoover and Mrs. ujsoni -also visited their uncle, George croflt Abbe, at Clearfield. wor se | T _ Courtesy for Pair Newlyweds— , Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Girres tvith a daughter, were guests Sunday at James Black's, where n J;armly_ dinner was served in ntly married Black, who Roland Jackson, Lu Edwin Verne. Two More Here. August Brown Jr., Algona. Francis Theodore HigUy, Algona. FOR SALE — REGISTERED Berkshire fall boars.—Paul J. Robinson, Bradgate, la. 8p38-39 REG. SHORTHORN AND Angu bulls; Duroc, Hereford, Berk shire, and Yorkshire boars.—Ben Studer, Wesley. 14(2)14tf BOY 14 YEARS OLD RAWLEIGH ROUTE NOW open. Real opportunity for man who wants permanent, profitable work. Start promptly. — Write Rawleigh's Dept. IAF-10-K, Freeport, 111. ' 23p39 FOR RENT—5-ROOM HOUSE, 2 blocks from Catholic church and Academy, completely furnished if desired, electric stove and refrigerator.—E. A. Genrich, phone 99. 722 Elm. 21p39 WOMAN TO HANDLE DIS tnbution of famous Mary Kins beauty products full or part time in Algona. Deluxe case filled with complete assortment of products (value $12:50) free. No investment, no experience necessary. Average earnings dollar hour. Write MARY KlTvrn BEAUTY DEPT., 150 Liberty 1 ^ Winona, Minn. NL°S FOR sot 1 ad •HAY, to '"ness. L Kenneth lamilj mown ^ Mrs >< es FOR SALE—HOME: FINE -10- acre $10,000 all modern insulated 6-room house, double garage, barn, chicken house, hog house, A-l condition, fine rock garden, good black soil, all tiled; $11,000 for limited time. — Fred Zeitz, % mile west on old No. 9, 40p39 FOR SALE—200 ACRES, wELL improved farm 5 miles from Algona, $87.50 per acre. BarSSrf 240 acres North Central Kossuth county, well located, $2000$ $3-000 down, long time on bal-' ance at 4% . Big list of well improved farms any size in North Iowa and Southern Minnesota at $50 per acre and up Easy tern? ». a. Anderson, Forest City. 53p39-40 Take 6 pears to bo 39-41 E.S. WANTED — SOME CUSTOMER i_ 1 4~\ Vlf i fr t *-* Simonsmier, Gus Fred yard. Melvin Joseph Siferx, Algona. Leo Henry Klein, Fenton. . Alwin Adrian Sohn, Elmore, Minn. es. The government has released the restrictions on water heaters and refrigerators. You may buy a range through the W.P.B. For your Skelgas call Algona Skelgas .1 a — *..,.<«,%, uk» Am. wjii,ii ueiLtur rc-i • «»Ji w or &&i±\ t INO rQisc Peter Merwin Haines, Titonka. sults - Algona Flour & Feed Co." I ln our P",ces. 43u39 TA«* ^ l rf*«!lZ___ ^ . _. _ I rtl< 1 f\ f\ n 1 TllF-^^^t. yx •••*« •. - * Wesley. MORT-0-DINE Mineral & Meat Meal costs less than tankage, goes twice as far with better re- fill I tei A 1 **.«._» _ *nt « M _ » . aye from 2 till 6, with a treasure hunt as part of the entertainment. The guests were Charles Crapser, Fred Hutzell, Garry Waldron , aron Roger Didnksen, Clark Phillips, Six to Balk Funeral— Owen, the former .Balk, Sexton, at Blue Earth were Clarence Anderson, and George Yanser, Sex- ^rs. Stratton, Plum Creek, Doan ' Snd MrS- Henry Nelson > Other Doan News. The Ted Hoovers, the -- — —"" mm^ftff * », Thompson, John Henry O'Keefe, Lakota. John T *~-— : — ***--- — Minn. And Another Two. .Raymond Alvin Kromminga. I , local Mort-O-Dine dealer. 26-w-50-tf ^oFSale TO CLOSTC l>nwc!nr.,r.._. CLOSE DREESMAN ESTATp Residence property at 415 W 7-room house with ' 0*7 i """vei-a, me .uale Makers family, th .e Henry _ Algonian's Birthday Observed— , Mr ^- W O R inggenb cele . brated a birthday Sunday with a buffet supper at her home. Uuests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Mr. and Mrs. P J Waldron Mr. and Mrs. Howard LOTTS CREEK ( Theo. Behrens entertained at a 500" party at his sister Mrs. Carl Zumach's Sunday evening in honor of his 60th birthday, and attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schallin, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leisener, and Mrs. Emiije' Kahn, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Luedtke, Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reisner, Mrs. Lydia Wetzel, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pompe, the Arthur Zumachs, the William Zumachs, Mr. and Mrs H F. Mittag, and Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin. The high prize was won by Mrs. Mittag and Mrs Reisner; Mrs. Reisner and John Schallin were low. The Aid meets Friday at the Lutheran school building, Mrs Elmer Pijahn, hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Loge- rnann, Ledyard, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kading. Loren Barker and Bertha Potratz, Whittemore •were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rusch and Mr. and Mrs William Rusch Jr., Whittemore! left Saturday evening for Galva, 111., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lentz, and later, at Racine, Wis were to visit Mr. and Mrs. William Cordigast, relatives at Watertown, Wis. They planned to be home by Wednesday evening Mrs. Letz and Mrs. Cordigast are sisters of Mrs. Gengler and Arthur, and William. The Herbest Potratzes were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Schultz, Whittemore. . r Seeley, Mrs. Esther Helberg , . r eerg daughter Shirley, Mr. and Mrs A J. Benson, Ringsted, and their grandson, Gary Smith. The Ben- r - Rin ^nber g ' s aunt the Van Hansens. .the Howard Andrews fam- Titonka, the Dean Andrews '" Burt, and the Arch Clubhouse Party for Algerian— Mrs. C. A. Phillips, Mrs. M. G Norton, and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky entertained Mrs. E A Schemel and a few friends at a dinner-bridge party at the Country club clubhouse Monday night honornig Mrs. Schemel's birthday. High score at bridge was won by Mrs. Schemel, and second was Mrs. R. H. Miller. Birthday Club Has Picnic— Members of the Birthday club and the families had a picnic dinner Sunday at the Ambrose A Call state park in honor of Mrs. William Runchey, whose birthday was Saturday. Twenty-five persons attended. After games in the afternoon, ice cream cones were served for lunch. Group Here to Lakoia— The Alma Noble and Iota Sig- TTUJ f»V» OVktn^vn — .« J 1 — ." Sunday. The John Pinks, Titonka, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sanders, Sexton were Sunday dinner guests at the Lou Boleneus home. The Guy Carlsons and Merlin Andersons took a picnic dinner and spent Sunday at Medium lake, .kmmetsburg. ... Louis Wegener. Whit temore. Clayton Randolph Ditsworth, Fenton. Jake Jutting, Buffalo. George Thomas Merrill, Bancroft. , Archibald, Algona. n. slchmit, Armstrong. Sanders, Swea City. Transfers from Other Boards. Lu August Larson. Algona. Faye Marion Bolie, Burt. Joseph Amos Jenkins, Verne. Overmuer Marshalltown, a grandson of 3 Mr' S n f " ^l^Thursday, af-' the Hansen h °me. and Mrs. Harlsy Larson survives. - —.. —. _.l. Burns, pastor _— conduct funeral services this afternoon at the Methodist church, and burial will be made in Riverview cemetery! The Rotary club will attend the services in a body. ~~•*••"«& J V*fc*A ^<W111>CI111 M f. rs - Leave orders early.—Gottlieb Hanselman, Lu Verne, 4591 16(2)391 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT In Probate. Notice of appointment of Executor In_the matter of the Estate of •Kobert Votteler, Deceased In the District Court of Iowa in and for Kossuth County TO WHOM IT MAY CONGER; Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Executor of the estate of Robert Votteler, late A K °ff uth county, Iowa, deceas- f^A u* i P erson s in any manner indebted to said deceased or his estate will make payment to the undersigned; and those having claims against said deceased his estate will present them ini like manner and form as by law mem- ' ^ allowance and pay- of June, ' mm """"""""""""""""""'""'"""immiimiHiiHHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^ June Is Dairy Monti Hurry down to our Dairy Center .nourishing dairy foods we've awembled foi celebration. You'll find dozen, of different vemeni cuti, vitamin rich eggt bu«er freshly churned from from inspected local dairies, get them at your A&P. sec ERNEST VOTTELER, Lakota chapters had a joint meeting at LaVonne and Naomi Telkamp's, Lakota, Tuesday evening. The group first had a Picnic supper, then held a business meeting. Fa «>well for^Two Soldiers— The had a farewell „ , a arewe card party Tuesday night at the GRANT Elsie Selberg returned Saturday from St. Joe, where she had been visiting and helping with the housework at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Tom Rowell. Mrs. Rowell has been having rheumatism, and Mr Rowell has heart trouble. The Fred Brandts spent Sunday at Alex Lloyd's, near Granada, Minn. The David and Wilbur Farrows spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gretillat, near Delavan, Minn. Doris and Arlene Boever are now employed at the Fairmont canning factory. Jean Hindrick- sen is clerking at the Bashara grocery, Ledyard. Pvt. Leslie Mino has recently "™ transferred from Fort F. E. Warren, Wash. The Young Wyo., to Fort Lewis, People's society evening fw i evenng Otto Kelly's, Robert Holm and Emerson JCeUy assisting L. Carter home'here in of Woodrow Petersen, Titonka and Harold Michaelson, Britt' who are leaving soon to join the u^j'- A • X men from al l over the district were present. Party for Little Folks— B a r b a r a Jean, 4-year-old daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M G Bourne, entertained at a birthday party last week Wednesday Eighteen little guests played games and ate ice cream and birthday cake on the lawn at the Bourne home. Y. P. Societies Have Picnic— The Trinity Lutheran young peoples society entertained the Whittemore and Lu Verne societies at a picnic at the Ambrose A, Call state park Sunday afternoon. Fifty young people played games till time for a picnic sup- psr fit u?oO» Farewell for Mrs. Jensen— The Bel Canto club gave a Pl , n ^ he ° 1n Tuesday at the Country club clubhouse honoring Mrs Dan Jensen, who is leaving this w? ek for Greenville, Misl., to join her husband. The 20 mem: present presented her with —Buy Defense Bonds— SALUTE TO COMFORT 1 CHRISCHILLES STORE A Grand Showing of Attractive Washables No scarcity her&_hundred 9 and hundreds of cool, sparkling, washable dresses are here to make the coming snmmer days delightful and refreshing. There are cham- brays, seersuckers, Bembergs, waflje-we»vee, sharksWns, batists, suitings, Spun-rayons, rayon-washables and many other fabrics-*!! designed to Jfive yon maximum comfort at minimum cost OOf^OO OTHER SOCIETY. The Cresco Mothers & Daughters club will be hostess to the Union, Plum Creek, and Four Copiers clubs at a picnic at 2 o clock next Wednesday afternoon at the Legion hall. The Country club will have its annual women's guest day next Wednesday at the clubhouse Women members may lake as many non member women as they wish to luncheon.- r. and Mrs. irvin Peterson will entertain 12 guests at a fish dinner tonight at the Peterson home. WHITE HOUSE EVAP. MILK Outsells all other brands of evaporated milk combined in A&P stores . . . ma de. sold, and guaranteed by A&P. Conforms to all government standards. ' FRESH MILK Pastuerized Prepackaged ijj raieed— -atiuj right now,,,( 1-quart bottle FRESH EGGS Other Pine Quality ANN PAGE FOODS Ann Page Salad DRESSING Ann Page French DRESSING Ann Page Baking POWDER . Ann Page Salad Style MUSTARD Ann Page . doz. «~S 9uarante * d • • • inspected eggs... „ j-—-- Iood • • • "ch in nourishing vitamini ™ and proteins ... eggi contain vitamins A. B. D.wd & 12 " os -12n . can M.£l\f 6 " OI< fir • . oar W Sandwich SPREAD Ann Page OLIVE OIL Pl 25c . jar 3-ox. cruet --- . *elatin or Pudding 24c dexo 100% Pure Hydrogenated Vegetable Shortening 9 can 63C Jane Parker Dated Doughnuts Doz. IOC 2,500.000 Sold Daily Iowa State Bland *BUTTEH .... lb. Process. American Mel-0-Bit 2-lb, M CHEESE box 9* Mild American Longhorn Afl CHEESE lb, if Old Fashioned White BRICK CHEESE , Sharp American Midget CHEESE Ib-'C-. Cheese Contains ViUnttl ••• • • • UOKJ • V S As Fe atured in Saturday S COFFEE.... S Sunnyfield = Wheat, »«, «, S PUFFS . . . t?* 1 Q|» .S Enriched Sliced' ' ' W ' V S Bread 1(/ , , K - _ M aaiRiy4Mie S Peanut A ik A A I&B.S&! _^ —-^—^^^^^^^•^^^^•^•^- Lneese isomauis »ia Your Food Stamps Go Farther at A« Buy Starred Items (*) With BlueFi Stamps! — ——~JMBilll!lflllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllliiii[|]iiii]i(i, r ii«aiiiiiiiirji«jB«iB VICTORY VITAMINS .. AS 1 **'? 01 " 1 Fr »»l>«" fr*«h fruits and »eg«to»| «e full of health giving minerals and vitamins thai*I oodiea need. Nutrition experts say we all nwd m«| and vegetables. AftP "Hours Fresher" fid I . 2, ks lie . .. doz, 34C ..4 for 25* do z ,24t| Zipper Dreisei We have a limited supply of the easy-to-wear zipper dresses. While the present stock lasts and while zippers caa be had, these dresses are for sale in fast odor prints at only UNIONS vitamin California LEMONS vitamin C+ California Size M GRAPEFRUIT California Size 218 HRAUaCFC vitamins vimnubj BI+C++'. . . . u«,--v j^gy to Vitamins; ++Excellent Source H-GoodSou"? MAGIC WASHER fOl^tUTiiy BUY Sugar Rattan Stamp No. 3 Good Until June 13 25-oz.. S • lona 2.45 Kay Dunhill Kay Dunhill has become one of our most popular tailored street and home frocks- shown now in Bemberg, novelty sheer, dotted swiss and rayon prints—sizes 13 to 40— strictly a plain tailored dress for the woman who likes a quality dress at a reasonable price. I TOMATOES . =- • Buiter Kernel • • • . CORN .. A&p, * • • t . . GRAPEFRUIT JUICE . SfM«-6'FRUIT JUICE JHSfwiw.: § 1 N . a *Y (p «> . i* »r«»j *BEANS. G /«*H°*«»ra BEANS Uo BEANS Pinto 5ab f !"MA BEANS UM CtUJfSiB* NO. a • can )JTo.9 • cans 46-01. can 4«-o*. can Ko, 8 cans 4-lb, bag i-lb. • bag S-lb. «><*; i-u« bag i I T m BRITE-IZE CLEANSER 1 14-oz. .cans • • • HI-LEX Bleacher, Siain Duinfectant/ tw--- Quart 1 bottle ' FOOD

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