Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1944 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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PAGE TWO .KOSStitlf COUNTY ADVANCE, AL&6NA, IOWA OTTOSEN YOUTH IN SERVICE IS WED TO A NURSE Ottosen, Nov. 22—Peter Holt Mrs. Frank Barslou, Wife of Forest City Pastor, Dies Funeral services were held at the Congregational church, Forest City, Nov. 17, for Mrs/Frank has received news o£ the mar-i Barslou, wife of the Rev. Frank liage of his son Floyd, of the ma- j Barslou, Congregational minister rint'S, to Ensign Bernice Anne'there. The Rev. Royal Montgom- Schmidt, daughter of the Rev. ery, Grinnell, had charge of the and Mrs. C. F. Schmidt, Orange, services. Burial was made in Calif. They Were married Sun- Oakland cemetery there. A SCOUT COURT FOR SWEA CITY BOYS IS EVENT day, Oct. 1, at the Bethlehem Mrs - Barslou had been in frail Swea city Nov 23 — A Boy Evangelical Lutheran church, ! health for some time. Early this •' gcout Court of Hoiioi' held at the Brooklyn, N. Y., by the Rev. i fall, returning from her garden,; school gymnasium recently Was ^_,_i. T I sne stepped through a board on i attended by some 100 persons A blue satin her porch and her condition fol-! fine eve ning meal was served by Raich Larson. The bride Wore a dress, and on the back of her lowing the accident grew grave, head a calyx of the same mater- but she finally recovered. Then ial, over which was a fuchsia- on Sunday, Nov. 12, she fell sud- colored veil. She carried a nose- denly sick, and was taken to a Forest City hospital where she succumbed to thrombosis Tuesday, Nov. 14. Mrs. Barslou's maiden name was Mary Elizabeth Ringsdorf, and She was a daughter of William and Elizabeth Ringsdorf, to the American Legion auxiliary, after which 14 Scouts received promotions ancl awards. As a preliminary to the program Scoutmaster A. H. Schuler gave an explanation of the work ._ = of the Scouts, and of its various j to be assigned! phases rmd classes. The main I talk of the evening was given by j Lyman Osam (Fort Dodge) who ' is the executive officer for the UNION HOME ON LEAVE Union Twp., Nov. 22—A potluck turkey dinner honoring Seaman 2nd Class Robert Bode, on leave from FarragUti?- Ida., was served at Clair Winkle's, Algona, last week Suhday,^d'<attending were the Walter HetS't'idt, Floyd Gardner, Robert Safchet, and] Chas. Davis families,, Louis Heerdt, Mi", and Mrs. Ralph Har- bel'ts, the honbree, foe Lash' brook, the Louis Code's, Mrs. A. W. Lindsley, and her son Terry. The Bodes were evening dinner guests last week Monday at Jesse Lashbrook's, Algona, in honor of Robert, who left next day on return to Farragut, where he was in honor of their 1 daughter Helen, home for the Weekend from Dlift <if Snencer Moines, where, she Is ft cadet at opence* nuvse at ih6 MetnD di S t, hbSpital. ,. Others attending: the John' eral store, died a few days ago at "^ ry vi»eiib. Spencer.-'H6 was stricken ot his Neilsen, Hardy, retread tire shop first as he was ancl Alvin ' ana leaving for home. His wife, the former Merle Armstrong, Irving- Ca h r,, ai s d urvr e . bl ' 0lherS ' Chl ' iS ^ ^ to%P " ^n m f he .. was .born August 20. | Prairie Gold council area . His 1870 at the family homestead; subject was « The Philosophy of seven miles east o£ Burt in Port- j Scouting." Elsori Fisher (also land township. She attended a from Fort Dodge), the assistant country school near her home, ancl after completing the grades attended the school. Later executive officer, made the presentations to the Star Scout's, she secured a teacher's certificate and taught in the rural schools of the county several years. Marriage took place August 20, 1889, ancl Mr. and Mrs. Barslou became parents of three daughters Mrs. Bessio Olson St. James, Minn.; Mrs. Viva Cassidy, Maquokcta; Frances, at home. ?f rtc _ r - 0 - f .L-j ig -l Lif e Scouts, and first class Scouts. Geo. K. Nelson, chairman of the advancement committee, gave the awards in the second class group. The names of the Scouts .and their classes and awards follow: Club Plans Annual Banquet— The Busy Bee club hlet with Florence Schichtl .Nov. 10, and, following business, boxes wej-e packed for soldier sons of mothers in the club. Included Were homemade candy artd cookies. The next meeting will be the .annual evening banquet at Mrs. Walter Weisbrod'g this week Friday. Menu committee, Hilda Gross, Jessie Sarchet, Alice Weisbrod; program, Elsie Dugan, Mary Sarchet; decorations, • Florence Schichtl, Mabeline Lovstdd. COTE HEW HEAD OF LU VERNE'S BUSINESS CLUB Mrs. Lizzie Brotherson, Glen- one day last house for her brother, Fred" Tiede, Who had been doing his own housework since Mrs. Martha Hoeft went.to live with a daughter at Clear Lake. Mrs. Jennie Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips, and Paul Phillips were at Clarion Friday for the funefai of a relative. Mrs. Margaret Schwab, Blue Earth, is visiting her daughter Mrs. Albert Pergande till mid- December. gay bouquet of an orchid, with i brother, William Ringsdorf, Burt, white gardenias and roses. 1\r -n T 1 * T -1-I1HV.IU, UWilll -LJU111, lllbl 11UD3 Mr. Barslou also survives and | Dale Anderson, James Vaux, SX^W^™^^™:? Gordon Thompson; Star scout-I Tenderfoot Scouts, none; second j Harry Keiths Farmers Again- class—Donald Mortertsen, Wayne The Harry Keiths lately moved Patterson, Paul Tweeten, Gordon ' * —.=«.,*., - Linde, John Bohi; first class— c ™" a slsler Mrs ' Ll7 ' zie . , Bridesmaid was Ensign Phyllis Stillwater, Minn. Lowery, attired in a navy blue nurses' uniform and carrying a bouquet of sweetheart roses. Mr. and Mrs William Rings- f _ Mr - £U11d1v . Mrs - R °y Ri "g s - f, Ml a !l d Mrs - Donald Rings. Bridegroom and best man, Cpl. j £ orf ' and T , ed , Ringsdorf, all of Thomas Finnell, were in blue ; Bu , rt ' attended the funeral, and Dale Anderson: Life Scout—John Tweeten, Donald Nelson. Merit Badges—Wayne Patterson, basketry: Gordon Thompson, basketry, cycling, weather; Robert Lobb, basketry; Beryl Butterfield, basketry; Vern Mortensen, marine dress uniforms. The party i othe , rs attending were Mrs. Tres-, son personal health, basketry; , , ,~,.. _!____, T-.-_.I - ,, -, ' Kn Rrnsrnp T.ii Vprrm* IVTv nnrl -^ ., , ~~ •. ..... J .' Copley hospital, Aurora, 111., lat-. T . , , A1 , , er spent six months at the Mich- | Ledyard, and son Alfred, ael Reese hospital, Chicago, before entering the navy. She spent eight months at Great Lakes and eight months at New River, N. C., naval hospital, and the remaining period at Brooklyn Naval hospital. The groom is a graduate of Ottosen high school. In January of 1941 he enlisted in the marines. He spent two months at San Diego Marine Base, and was then sent to the Southwest Pacific, where he spent 20 months, returning with a tropical disease. The past year he had been on duty with the marine staff at the Brooklyn naval hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. The couple are now at Camp LeJeune, N. C. RUTH WALDRON, Of WHITTEMORE, WEDS CORPORAL leathercraft; John Tweeten, first aid, personal health, physical development, public health, leather craft, pioneering, swimming, bugling. A. B. Tweeten, chairman of the Scout committee, presided, and back to their farm. They did ek- tensive repairing on the house. New floors were laid, .the interior redecorated, the exterior- was repainted, and a :furhace and electric lights installed. Bacons Visiting in West- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Baton, With the daughter Joan, are now in Wyoming, to visiting Mrs. Bacon's sister, Mrs. Dunn, who lives at Laramie! The Bacons also planned stops in California. Otlier Union News. Mrs. Jens Sorensen, Christmas Seal chairman, has her quota of seals in the mails for Union. This year the number is 200 instead of only 100 as of other years. The county tuberculosis association stresses the need of purchasing the Rev. Wm. Bohi, also of the more sealS| for this disease tokes committee, gave the invocation. more than , a life a day in Iowa% £?,°/JuS°" 1S the ° ther C ° m - Cos* are rising along all lines, so mittee member. GOOD HOPE PAYS TRIBUTE TO ITS SERVICE GROUP Union Twp., Nov. 28—On the evening of Nov. 17 the Good Hope people gathered at the church to pay tribute to the youth of the congregation in -the armed forces. Pastor Kitterman presided. Mr. Kitterman read a letter from the secretary of the navy in Re C v g M U M n Sch t ap e er, e formIr°Go t od •! M rl j ing to a b " n ^ car and ;stum-j John Lotig Jr., Marmouth, N. ^ bled over a rail. He was taken to I D., recently went home, after a the Kossuth hospital for x-rays, | couple of weeks here with his Railroad Foreman in Burt Accident Burt,. Nov. 22—Tom Sathre, Eagle Grove, .who is. a,Nbrth\y«st- h efn' bridge* roremanY'^suftereo* a fall Friday night at Burt, and broke ,-.i leg below the knee. The _. _.. ..... accident occurred as he was re- reau of Ships. the expense connected with the project is also more costly, and the sale of more seals is necessary. Mrs. Robert Sarchet, son David, and Mrs. Presley Sarchet went to Des Moines last week to visit the Olaf Ronstads, where the daughter Joyce, of the Waves, was on leave from Washington, D. C.. where she works in the Bu- Hope pastor now serving as a chaplain in the Marines. The secretary thanked the Good Hope congregation for releasing Mr. Schaper for such a needed service. As the name of a service man or woman was called, some member of the family responded, telling where the person had been Whittemore, Nov. 29-St. Mich- j morning, when Ruth, daughter of Peter Waldron, Whittemore, was married to Cpl. Robert Richardson, Camp Pickett, Va., whose parents live at Sisseton, S. D. The Rev. Raymond Pick performed the ceremony, and the bride, who was given in marriage with W 'th the' evening Ex-Bank Clerk Has a 21-Day Furlough by her father wore a gold jersey ' T Wesle y- N °v. 28—Staff Sgt. «,H with hrnwn *cJ™ -Ll hnr Junior Diekmann arrived Sunday and then to Eagle Grove, after having the fracture set. ALGONA GIRL OVERSEAS. Evelyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bode, Plum Creek twp., is in service overseas, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Long Sr., and to look after his farm; tenanted by the Robert Hamiltons who moved there this year. Donald Boevers is holding a closing out sale this week at the farm tlvree miles north of Algona, is now stationed at a rest and'and will move to town, having recreation 'center in England somewhere out of London. She directs a group of girls in program-planning and recreational activities. ARRIVES OVERSEAS. Mrs. Bernard Dahlhauser, nee purchased the Sinclair tank service. He bought a Home at Algona some months ago, Snow which fell .last week caught some corn iri fields. Pickers were being used, but it has been impossible to get the corn without also getting some snow Muckpy, has received word that I with it, which will not adcl to her husband has arrived safely | quality. suit, flowers being golden for a furlough at his par- cousin of the' bride, was bridesmaid, and was ental Fred Diekmann's, his first furlough since induction almost three years ago. Following sev- ottired in a green suit with a gold eral . monlhs in c <? m f here he was hat. her flowers being yelloWand *™\ "" os f- and had been '" ...u:**> ^,,,~r. T^^—„ •NT,,^«..« ~t ^lUbiraiid c white mums. James Noonan. of . _ New Guinea Be. . . Ayrshire, nephew of the bride, i 'ore induction h e was employed was best man. Music and hymns; at the Iowa Sta ^ e bank - A1 g° were provided by the bride' •> sis- ! \ iw \\ r . ter, Mrs. F. j. Gappa, and the lat- ! Anyone Here Want tor's daughters, Marguerite and * o J o j n Mary Estelle. Jack Uhlenhake l ° Joln and William Rooney were aco- i vtes » T „ ... _. ,. „ Navy Recruiting Station, Spen- The groom's parents were here - r the event and he newlweds' force , s , cer, Nov. 27—The Navy Seabees for the "event, and the newlyweds force , s a £f °P, en a S ai " for enlist : accompanied them to Sisseton, S. j me ^' naffte £ Caving been cosed D., for a few days stay. Before since October, 1943. Men 17 to 50 they left, a reception was given a f. el .'g' ble to . enlistment. Comat the home of the bride's father, P. le £ '"formation can be obtained at the recruiting station on the second floor of the Clay county courthouse at Spencer. some 25 relatives attending. WARBURTONS BUY HOME. Lakota, Nov. 14—Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton, who sold their CHICK INCUBATOR. Swea City, Nov. 22—A new farm last summer to M. T. Price, 56,000-egg Bundy incubator has Swea City, last week, purchased | been installed at the Swea City the Lakota residence now oecu- hatchery. This is 100 per cent pied by the Einer Ravns, from A. E. Weaver, and will take possession February 15. automatic, turning the egg trays every hour, and having heat and moisture controls. Titonkian of 82 Happy As Spectacles Revive Vision somewhere in England. Bernard spent a 10-day furlough with his family early in October. KEEP THE RECORDS straight! The right form helps so much We can prepare the kind you need quickly and at small cost Come in and talk over youi problems. — Advance Pub. Co. Richard Leigh lately erected a new cattle shed, and Walter Reidel built a new chicken house. The Rev. and Mrs. Witterman were reported among the sick last week. IDLE MOtf EY IN BANKS SHOULD WORK FOfi VICTORY in WAR BONDS James Winter, Titonka, claims Saturday, Nov. 25, as one of the happiest days of his life, because he received two pairs of glasses which enabled him to read his mail, also see objects at a distance, something he hadn't been .able to do for two years. To celebrate, he wrote letters to some of his friends, using pen and ink. In August he had an operation for cataract at the university hospital. Mr. Winter, who is past 82, for many years lived at Gilmore City and Humboldt, where he was prominent in community affairs. After the death of his wife some years ago he went to Titonka to live with his daughter, Mrs. Wm. J. Denton. His" son Herbert, formerly a Swea City druggist, who now lives at Mt. Vernon, Wash., visited him last full. Herbert had two sons in the air corps in the present war. The eldest, Capt. Reginald Winter, was killed in July, 1943, in Sicily, and , the death of the brother, Lt. Herbert Winter Jr., first reported, missing over Germany in January, 1944, was later confirmed. Mr. Winter, native of England, last week received news of the, death at 67 of his last brother, youngest in the family. Two sisters are living. Since Mr. Winter has lived with his daughter, she has held open house for him every year on his birthday, January 16, and many town folks 'always call"on him. BURT I supt. and Mrs. W. E. Weir, of he served Vk years. Officers were elected: dent, C. W. Cote; vice, LU Verne, Nov. 29 — A large number of business men, a few business women, and a few invited guests aMended a dinner and program given by the commercial club Monday evening, served by Circle 2 of the W. S. '. S. ' Talk's Were given by T.-Sgt. Ir-' Jefferson," with their two c'hil- vin Chapman .-.bout the SWP and drer)i vvere in town Saturday and S-Sgt. Aaron Smith, who told of called on f r j ends . They were en Alaska and_the Aleutians, where route home from Thanksgiving . with Mr. Weir's parents and oth- presi- er re ] a tj ves ncar Estherville. Mr. . Henry -\v e j r was once superintendent of Meyer; secretary-treasurer, Guic lhe Burt sc hools. Halverson; executive- committee, Donna R Ut h Bolie, who attends J. L. Lichty, Hugh Shirk. school" at Cedar Falls, spent the The club is sponsoring the Bny Thanksgiving weekend with her Scouts for- 1945, and thc following parenls Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bo- committee^was chosen: Walter H Paul student al C oe, was un- Hefti the Rev Louis Wittenburg, ab , e lo come H. Shirk, J. A. Nelson, and Har-, Mrs Anna yinaos and her son A s ° rensen - , ,, ,,., Lloyd .had relatives as guests A film Was shown on the 6th over Thanksgiving: Mrs. Befton War Loan drive. Santa Claus i sen , ber - ger and Jo h n Leeck, Des day will be Saturday afternoon, Moines; Mrs . Martin Olson and Dec. 16, 2 o clock^ her f a iher-in-law, Sam Olsoh, of , tn ^i « « Hammond, Ind. Mrs. Isenbcrger ,. S. Class Has Pariy— | is a sister Sam a brother of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Loewen- r Florence Plof entertain- TOILETRIES inspired by the delicate, evanescent bloom of the Old South's fabulous ''King Cotton" . . . equal parts pure sunshine and enchanted moonlight. Subtle witchery to complement your loveliness. Old South Cotton Blossom sequence includes ^Cologne $1.25 and $3.00, Dusting Powder 81.25, Talc 60^, Perfume 84.00 and $7.50, )Sun Dial Gift Box 83.50 K.D.JAMES I The Harm Groens attended a „, , , ... TT ,,,,-. m v family reunion at Fred Welp's, S. class at Miss Hoff's last Thurs- near Swea ciiy> on Thanksgiving day evening. There were 16 members and two guests: Mrs. [rvin Chapman and Mrs. Esther day. Mr. Groen and .Arthur husked corn on the Geo. W. Patterson farm Brt f the d Satre, the latter of Freeport, 111. | The Pete Le son Bernard Wolf presented a lesson j ft j t fe Sunda , lo begin on. Sunday observance, which training in thc navy . yHe wasB17 was followed by a lively discus- last su ^ m . jr and h * d been at Des sion. John Miller won first an amateur hour program, a piano solo. .'{J Moines a month ago for examina- wun tion. Willard Schwietert, in the European theater of war, was recently made a first lieutenant. He is a brother of Mrs. Verneli and Erwin Schwietert also service. Higgins, West Bond, visited !ier sister, Mrs. Donald Ham- rnerstrom, and friends here Friday to Tuesday. The teachers spent the Thanks-giving weekend as follows: Edith Milbrandt with parents at Buf- Son for Edwin Hanselmans— Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hanselman are the parents of a son, Paul Ed- Win, born at the Lutheran hos- Anolhor brother Lester pital, Fort Dodge, Nov. 19. There ^ °»I?5 n » ' ' are now two boys and one girl in the family, and this makes Mr. 1 and Mrs. Gottlieb Hanselman grandparents for the seventh time. ..The Walter Heftis spent , , . .- -- - .-Thanksgiving at Rochester Minn., f al ° Center; Dorothy Spindler, a with Mrs. Hefti's parents, Mr. nome at Schaller; Pauline Hess and Mrs. George Merkle, the lat- with parents at Charles City. ter ,a patient at St. Mary's hos- Earleen Dale, at home in Minnc- pital, but is expected home soon, sola; Fern Bernel, with parents at Duluth; Shirley Edel, at Sumner with parents; Verona Radig Mrs. J. L. Lichty Patient- Mrs.. J, L. Lichty has been NEWS FROM PORTLAND The Portland Service club met in an and 20 women who attended )acked > 21 Christmas boxes for .owhship boys and girls in service in the Slates. Two new nembers are Mesdames F. A. | Rjngsdorf and Tom Trenary. The club will have a Christmas party at its next meeting Dec. Mrs. Earl Miller's. 21 at Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvoy got home Monday from a week „,„, , <-• mzsi m Nebraska. Mr. HarVey bought ,^, ' U)SplUll > ^'iver more than a carload of feeding c j in 1( -' lan 1l '" i " : -- ' cattle. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller enter- :ained at a combination Thanks- ng day maker, giving, birthday, and wedding! lni '»ing u anniversary celebration Sunday. | ;' 1 Moscow, and |,. ul ' Guests "were Mr. and Mrs. John j 1(?avo "t'i'c with hj s Cox, 'Mr, and Mrs. Vern Barker, ancl Mrs. Martin Algona, and the Raymond Lov- stads. leafj unive, *vtnJ Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Keith entertained all Keith relatives at Thanksgiving dinner. Mrs. Fred Krough, Emmets^ burg, spent Tuesday this week. With her sister Mrs v J. P. Heider- i Scheldt. Lt. CalVin Bristow, Fort Knox, Ky., arrived Sunday on furlough lenc, a t clay till .v,,. nlu , y ham's, Waterloo is an (Hint ,,f Teachers iving \ V( , ro Teachers ; ,i , n-enh ?' Thanking iCta son, ner; and Beryl with his wife, two small daugh-i Students ho • lers, and other relatives. day afternoon at thc C. L. Webb home at',Algona. Paul and Emil Hasse Jr. spent the weekand with relatives at Emmetsburg. Mrs. Staehle has returned from Sparta, Wis., where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Harold Sauerman. The Louis Ricdels attended a| family reunion at Edw. Kain's, Algona, on Thanksgiving day. Guests' of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Schwietert for Thanksgiving were the Marvin Baums, Ames, j Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kollasch, F. j W. Baum, Lottie Isenberger, and [ Francis Schroedcr, Lakota, and I Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Radig, Lone Rock. dcr.son and Marietta Gustuvvus Adolphus i Peter, Minn SWEA-EAGLE DANC fl ST. CECELIA'S ACADEMY HALL Friday, Dec, 1 COOK'S ORCHE Sponsored by Circle II | Mrs. John Fassbindtr Mrs. W. J. 1'ayne Russell E. Erickson, T. M. 3-c. a at home near Fenton. patient at the Lutheran hospital, Miss Edel, who had been at J. Fort Dodge, since Friday for medical treatment. The daughter Mrs. Ferguson McCall arrived from Chicago Sunday. Patient Home From Hospital— Mrs, William Hardcopf was brought home Saturday from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, L. Miller's, and Miss Spindler, who lived with Mrs. Clifford Schrader, moved last week to Herman Schroeder's. Shirley Richmann left Saturday for her new home at Ormsby, Minn. Pier parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Louis Richmann, came for an operetta in which Shirley went home , - - • <-• • where she has been a patient ten ' took part and she days followmg a fall in which she with them. Mrs, Verneli Hardgrove, her 'children, Helen Schwietert, and suffered a fractured hip. Other Ln Vorne Nows. , ller nieces, Sara and Helen, visit- __ -..— — — H|r-r»*v»^4*(V4AAV.JV.ll 1 VI Mr. ancl Mrs. Harry Christen-1 eel toyland at Algona Fridav sen entertained at belated' *""" D «' n--'- -.. . Thanksgiving clay dinner Sunday Mrs. daughter Linda Ann spent Sun- 5 PRECIOUS *Pink Sapphire-A very pink p ink that glows on your nails and lips like precious jewels. * Oriental Sapphire-A brilliant clear-cut red a reallv true red for lips and fingernails. " ' y * Black Sapphire-blackest deepest red yet. the mo- super eXotic color for nails you've ever seen. ' "MflM *| K. D. JAMES U. S, No. 1 Idahc RUSSE1 POTATOES 10 n 48« BIG VALUES- WIDE SELECTI! Washington Combination Fancy Deli JONATHAN APPLES 2 lbs < Colorado Yellow SPANISH ONIONS 3J Northern Iowa Fancy GREEN CABBAGE L 288 Texas Valencia JUICE ORANGES - Texas .Marsh Soedless Size 96 GRAPEFRUIT 10 J g HOT OFF THE PRESS! The Dec. "Woman's Day" • •' Dromedary • (40 Blue Pis.! . Cranberry Sauce, 1-lb. can 2w| Ocean Fresh (2 Red Points E$| Sardines in Oil, 8-oz. can ...» Seoit Co. Tomato Soup, lOl-oz. can . • Funnyfield Enriched Dependable FIOUR. .... "±-1. Baking Powder CALUMET S\irinyfield Prepared PANCAKE FLOUR . . . ;: :; 2i( Grer Rabbit 16 oz. Bottle MOUSSES 8Sf Ht SL, 23? Finest Quality Wheat Farina MELIO-WHEAT. . . 2 S 15« White House Vitamin "D" . (1 pi. ea EVAP. MILK Largest! Colfw EKHI O'ClM S.1B.PB] Fresh,Frpm.Nearby Farms IOWA EGGS Mrs, Farmer: Bring us your Eggs—We Jane Parker SWEETHEART COFFEE CAKE ll-oz. Jane Brand Michigan Pea , b i NAVY BEANS. ' Nabisco Famous RITZ CRACKERS Encore Brand 15.01.' EGG NOODLES .. ^ Boll Yout Own Cigarettes wtb ]W VELVET TOBACCO . . r V Morton's Home Meat Curing SMOKED SALT Powder tt9 1ftfc 1(U PAPER IS

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