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PAGE FOUR KOSStJTH COUNtY AbVANCfe, ALGONA, TWO COUPLES WED AT STATE LINE CHURCH Swea' City, Nov. 20—Saturday evening at the Evangelical Free •church near East Chain, two cou- fcles, Leighton Hugoson and Ardis Smith, and Paul Brockman and Doris Hugoson, were married in a double ceremony. The new Mrs. Hugoson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith, former Swea Cityans, while her husband and the new Mrs. Brockman are the children of Mrs. Mabel Hugoson and the late Henry Hugoson. Paul Brockman is the son of Wm. Brockman, Silver Lake township. The altar was flanked with white baskets of yellow chrysanthemums and tall white candelabra. Ellsworth Carlson, Swea City, brother-in-law of Ardis Smith, and Ray Jensen, brother- in-law of Doris and Leighton Hugoson, served as ushers. June Carlson, church organist, played a prelude of sacred music, and George Hugoson sang "Oh Promise Me," and "I Love You Truly." Details of Weddings. Mendelssohn's wedding march was played as the Rev. Carl Carlson led the two bridegrooms and their best men, Howard Smith and Warren Larson, from the vestry to the altar. Louise Brockman, sister of_lhe 'bridegroom, and Wendell son, Rockford, 111., a cousin Lu Vet-tie Group to a Methodist Rally Lu Verne, Nov. 20 — The Rev. and Mrs. Robert Phillips, Mrs. Ray Stone, Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, and Harley Brayton attended a mass meeting for Northwest Iowa Methodist Conference ministers and laymen a't Storm Lake Tuesday, Nov. 14. More than 200 churches were represented. Highlights of the program were talks by Bishop Charles Wesley Brashares. Des Moines, outlining the Crusade for Christ and Bishop E. W. Kelley, St. Louis, Negro, also on the Crusade, and Mrs. C. W. Mead, Omaha, presi- dena of the Nebraska W. S. C. S. A Rush College Negro quartet furnished numbers. THANKSGIVING DINNERS, ETC., AT LONE ROCK Lone Rock, Nov. 28—The Ralph Biersledts, Mrs. Isabelle Murray, son Bill, and sister, Mrs. Jeanette Goosey spent Thanksgiving at Mrs. Alice Bierle's, and Luella Bierle, Mankato business college, was at her mother's . . . Mrs. C. F. Schullz accompanied lone Lease, teacher, as far as Correctionville, where Miss Lease spent Thanksgiving with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Lease, and then went to Sioux City for Ben-I-Thanksgiving with her son Mar_n of ^ vyn, of Morningside college. . . . the Hugosons, served as escort' The I. W. Nelsons spent the even- for the bride's party. Miss Brock- ing with the latter's mother, Mrs. FOR SALE—4-YEAR-OLD Spotted Shetland mare. — M, C. Humphrey, Algona. 12pl2 FOR SALE — PUREBRED PO- land China boars. — John Bockes, Lu Verne. 9plO-l5 FOR SALE—PUREBRED Hampshire boars.—G. M. Will, 4 mi. east Lu Verne. 8U8tf FOR SALE — PAN AMERICAN cornet, excellent condition.— Will Marty, Lu Verne. 10pll-12 FOR SALE—TENANT HOUSE, 20x28, 3 rooms.—Wm. A. Stoutenburg, Lone Rock. 14pl2-15 PUREBRED DUROp fcMM'for sale.—M. J. Hewlett & Softfc, B miles south and one mile east ,bf- Britt. IMfltf FOR SALE—SPOTTED ' boars and one Hampshire'.— Heni-y Pergande, 1 mi. htirthWe^t of Lu Verne. 15pl2-13 FOR SALE—DET£ RbU&H^E mill 130, blotoer atta Edward Behrikehdorf, liu, 3 mi. N. W. STRAYED — YEARLING Hereford steer. Notify F. S. Thompson, phone 26F12, Algona. 8pl2 REAM—500 SHEETS — GOOD typing paper, letterhead size, only 59c plus tax.—Advance, u FOR SALE — DUROC BOARS, $45 a head.—Marty miles east of Lu Verne. Bros., 2 12plO-12 MALE HELP WANTED—Inside work, $35.00 per week, willing to learn.—Inquire Advance. 12u4tf man wore a pink taffeta formal gown. Matron of honor for the Brockman couple was Mrs. Warren Cora Bacon, Olgona. At David Lynch's were Mrs. Tom Lynch, Mrs. Julius Sieferl, Jack Lynch, and Jacqueline, FOR SALE — POLAND CHINA boars, 4 miles west, % south'of Burt.—Jess Dugan, Lone Rock. 16pll-14 FOft SALE—TWO HOT...AlR heaters for Model A Fora; also old violin cello.—A. C. Carlisle, Whitteinpre. . 16pl2 TfeN CENTS Will . the AdVAncfe bMhe •" -* r *« tVfc first 12 bl Vhte Certify CtehtW«i»h t6 Advance dffifce. DUROC JERSEY, BERKSHIRE and Hereford boars. Shorthorn and Angus bulls rendy^ for service.—Ben G. Studer, Wesley. 15ul2-13 PUREBKED POLANO boars for sate. . If it is ia good boar you are looking tor we hnve it.—H. F. ,01erich, 2 Mi.. S. -pi Roife on 44. 23plM3 17 S*»AY .PI<GS tfAfcfctt UP in my herd. 'Owher Way have sarne by paying for this advertisement and other ' ;e Elb'ert, Algoha. 23pl2 FOR SALE—10-20 ___^,. tractor. Overhauled lasl'.'yfa'H.* —W. -LI Heerdt, Algona, .''•[».; phone 19F11. J6pl2-13 FOR SALE-^-EXTRA GOOD land China boar. li and been tried. '— Harol' dow, Algona. FOR SALE. BOARS—SPOTTED Poland Chinas, ReWords, Dur- t)cS.' • Vaccinated. New 'bloodlines ,fbr old customers. See me at Wesley.'—Joseph G. Miller. 21plt)-13 FOR SALE—'31 MODEL Aye*-, cellent motor, good V .tires.— * *• 'I x-«l_ _ • i l-'—l-l _ 'tl •» — i ^T'^Clri. iW ...... OF THAKKS-WE WISH to thank our friends and neigh- „, rt , . °^''% a ?« bors for their Kindness ih ,husk- 13pll-12 jft,, tne c - 0 rn,.bh our farm .during 'r— '• • '*'*_ /^L.^i.-'fij.ia'o :liWAoc -i 1\nr artH Greenfield's Mi-S. A. 1. .-^ Mr, and ;25pl2 FOR SALE— BLACK POLAND China boars.—John Hoppe, 2 mi. W. of Lotts Creek Store. 15pll-13 FOR SALE — PUREBRED Chester White boars.—Harold Wolf,. 2 mi. W. and V> mi. S. Lu Verne. 16pl2-13 P.B. DUROC BOARS FOR SALE mile west, l /z south of Sen ivierie • unam'DGrram, isi piace.. ci. ; Greenfield Station. • • 15pl2 FOR SALE— PUREBRED Hampshire boars. One :mile.. west,- 6' miles north of Wesley. •— Uhbe Meyer, Wesley Rt. 2. ' 15u5tf FOR SALE— REGISTERED .bulls large enough .for. service; also a few grade bulls. — - Joseph -Sk'ow, Wesley.. . 15p9-il2 FOR SALE— CHOICE L;OT';OF purebred Hampshire- spring and fall boars/ — Joseph Tttofn. Lu Verne. • 12pl-l-'i4 ONLY -A FEW. UUUn:rx run.t. books left. Originally sold at $3, the -remaining -books are offered at only 50c phis tax. Though 'oUt df -date, they are still useful in many ways. — Advance. '.„' • .':..- t f MATRONS WHO WANT 1945 ' 'daily lea'fe'd 'desk" calendars should 'order 'tnerii how. Those w'h'd v^ait'e'd ; 'Wst year TJould not •g'e't th'emV Phone' or tall at. 'of- fi-a' e .l--Aavanc'e. . ; :. . glO-12 FOR- SAt/E— PiANQ, ^MEDIUM . size, high : gradfe: W.ill *lbse : , -.• AI!;^I_'_ *^_ iMconn J* -toU. SALE—PUREBRED CttES- ter White boars; goo'd individuals, priced to sell. New blood for old customers. Vaccinated fcn'd guaranteed.—Harm H. Huis- ttiga, 4 miles south and IVfe miles west of Buffalo Center, phone 10F67. : 30u6tj: NOTICE—RENT OR Interest receipts don't pay for your home. Our low interest rate of 4%, convenient terms and cooperative service will enable . you to^ own your home quickly and economically.—Algona Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n. u9tf JHUHSDAY, FOR SALE—PUREBRED Hanip- shiro boars.—C. C, Baas, West Bend, Iowa. DESK CALENDAR PADS FOR 1945 if needed and stands should be ordered now. Last year 'the tfaper shortage soon ekhaust- e/d the pad supply.—Advance. 11-14 OUR BRANCH OF THE KOS- suth County Hatchery at Algona will be open the first of the year. In the meantime, we are booking orders mailed to us at Spencer. We will deliver oh requested delivery date to the Kossuth County Hatchery, Algona, Iowa. HACHERY, "SPENCER, IOWA" Phone 1060. ulO-12 seeks num!ii<<. rs Northern Tow; or wi Hi on i earning $nn no' undor 45 yonrs (lf ;, inonl possibilities Who Will!I. to )„, their ability win those of Advance. W'(.'ll ,','?.'"'MB Write ipfl Write us and order how the SPENCER CHICK Band, closing "Ut farm i , FOR i£ Swiss bull.- Bancroft, phone 4589. ~~™ e w^i!' /2 v V ° & n " FOR SALE-PUREBRED \Durpc, eca-Otto Wilberg, Fenton. _ _ I G od blobfilinsJrdhh' Larson, sister of the bride, and i Ledyard, and Mrs. Lynch's cous- her floor-length dress was of pale, in, Mary Smith, St. " n blue taffeta. All the bride's at-! spent the weekend tendants carried colonial bouquets in pastel colors. Russell Jensen, nephew Hugosons, carried the rings on a white satin pillow, and little Gayl Johnson, wearing a ruffled yellow crepe formal, scattered rose petals from a decorated basket. Carpet for the Brides. Miss Hugoson, bride-elect of Mr. Brockman, wore white brocaded salin and carried an arm bouquet of white roses. The | 14 (2)7tf bride's veils were identical a'.id of waist length, with tiaras trimmed in brilliants. Miss Smith, bride-elect of Mr. Hugoson, wore white satin with lace trim and court train, and carried a sheaf, of white roses. Both brides wore pearl necklaces. | Miss Smith's bridesmaid was | Lois Hugoson, Minneapolis, who j wore aqua net. Dorothy Kellan- j der and Mrs. Adolph Brockman stretched a white carpet before the brides as they walked to the chancel. They wore yellow and ashes-of-roscs taffeta. As each bride appeared, the organist played the Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin. Following the ceremony, the couples stood before the altar rail to receive congratulations, then took places at a decorated refreshment table which had been in a corner of the auditorium. Paul, who there, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. McGuire, and the Jack Quinns . . . The Lyle Marof the i lows were at Dick O'Donnells, and supper guests at Merwin Marlow's were Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kissner and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Marlow ... At James Nyman's were Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Person, the Edw. Hoppes, Mr. and Mrs. John Kylen, and Mrs. Milo Bonebrake . . . The M. O. Richards family spent the day at Mrs. Richards' sister Mrs. Ray Webb's, Algona. Dinner guests at the Bert An- FOR SALE—F-12 Tractor with cultivator; on steel. — Henry \ Scheppman, Irvington, Iowa. 12pll-12 FOR SALE — F-12 TRACTOR, completely overhauled. With cultivator.—Nick Berte, Irvington. llplO-12 boars. Good r _.. ._ F. Weber, Irvington, phone 15F22., Two miles east of Algona. ' 17ull-12 FOR SALE—YEARLING Guernsey bull; also spotted male hog 1 J /2 years old.—Harry Haase, Fenton. 12pl2 gus home honoring Dr. Del An- ; gus, Lawton, Okla., who left Fri- ] day for home, were the Delmar Angus and Lawrence Dittmer families, Angus Cotton, daughter i Juliana, and the N. L. and W. J. j CottOus,... At ' Frank Flaig's were the Earl and Robert Ackar- mans, Mrs. Caroline Ackarman, and Janice Sage, the C. W. Heerdts, Mary Ann Flaig, and Dean Jergenson, .Algona, the Hiram Ackarmans, and Roger Jensen . . . Marland Jorgenson was with Mrs. Jorgenson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Altwegg, Austin, Minn., and the Alfred Jorgen- sons and Helen -McMahon went after him Sunday. At E. M. Jensen's were the A. H. Henningsons, daughter Doris, Mrs. H. N. Osher, a'nd Elizabeth Jensen, Graettinger. Mrs. Osher and her daughter Faith, Black Duck, Minn., arrived Friday, and the Jensens took them to Pom- FOR SALE—TWO GOOD cream routes and closed in insulated cream truck.—E. M. Olson, Wes- 15ul2 FOR SALE—THREE WELL FED heifers nine months old, high producing cows.—C. A. Fouhy, 40 SHROPSHIRE, HAMPSHIRE,{* oo h Cheviot and Dorset..yearlings VTV -"-' and 2-year-old rams for quick sale.—Ben G. Studer, Wesley. 17ul'2-13 WANTED: HATCHING EGGS. ' Can use litnited riuihber of additional flocks for hatching teggs. Spencer. Chick Hatchery, Spencer Chick Hatchery, Spencer, Iowa, phone 1000. ull-12 A FEW CHOICE REGISTERED milking strain Shortrbn - bulls, serviceable age and younger— Aaron W. Steussy, Lu Verne,'.la. '14pl2-13, FOR SALE—PUREBRED Durbc boars. Longtime vaccination." Delivered if "purchased by"Dec. 15.—Corwin C. Peer, phone-8F22, Algona. 20pll-13 Algona. 16pl2 HIGHEST PRICES FOR FURS. Will call on you. Write - o phone.—Bill Parrish, Thompson, Iowa. 15pll-12 FOR SALE—PUREBRED Black Poland China boars.—R. Bierle, Vi mi. S. and '/4 mi. W. Lone Rock. 18pll-14 SALE — 2-YEAR'-OLD Hampshire boar, registered; also one purebred Scotch-.Shorthorn bull. — Lawrence Harisen, Wesley. 17pl2 WAL- nut Grove in their ration. Poor pigs require more. Our service is free. Give it a trial and be convinced. — H. >S. Faih, Humboldt, la. Phone 297-M, 25(2)51ti FOR SALE—FIFTY Registerec . .Hampshire .boars, new blooc .for old customers', rranginjg in •weight Irom 180 to 5'tfO -Ibs. Brok eh belt boars, ''$45;00 in Novembe: onlyv—Joseph Skow, Wesley. 29p9-12 FOR SALE—A FEW 'GOOD Hoi stein cdws and heifers, .some fresh, others to freshen soon. Al t. b. and bangs vaccinated. D. H J. A. records available. — Gflep Teeter, Lone 'Rock, Algoha arid Lone Rock telephones^ 66pl2-13 FOR" SALE-^PUREBREp D'utoc boars. New bloodlines. Farmers prices; M; mile south, 4 J /a west Titonka. Phone Burt 8-94.—Paul Krueger. ' , i9pll'-l3 MECHANICS AS WELL AS IN- experiericed men wanted. WALNUT GROVE IN THE RA- Steady emplcyment, good Avages. 1 tion will produce better hogs.— H. S.- Fain, Humboldt, phone 297-M. 12(2)51tf Table decorations were in pink, blue, white, _ and _ yellow, j eroy" Saturday'TvenTng. Dorothy GS cakes I T f ,,-|o pn Witt,nn .Tunrtinn 1p.nnhpv There were two bride': made by Mrs. Ray Jensen, sister-in-law of both couples. Waiters and waitresses, friends of both couples, served a tray supper to more than 200 guests. Program al Recepiion. During the reception, the following program was given: Piano Jensen, Wilton Junction teacher, was here. ./ (Other reports of Thanksgiving visits must be omitted for lack of lime and space.—Editor. Farewell for the Liebs— A farewell party for the Wm. Liebs, leaving the community, WANTED — ALL KINDS OF hauling. Mail a card or call at house on East Elm. — Kenneth Foster. 17(2)13tf —Inquire at "office, Kent Motor Co. : - i 'u'S'ti FOR SALE — CHOICE HERE- ford boars, eligible to be registered. 1% miles north of .Fentph on Highway 44.—Everett Mueller. 15plO-13 WE .HAVE *EN, iGGOD USED cars ih all price ranges. All p'f these-are for sale at ceiling prices or less, with or without a trade- in. If you, have a car, truck, or pickup to sell see us for a lot of cash.—W. E. Ley, Lakota, la. 44U12 FOR SALE—120 ACRES IM-. jirbvjed iarrii best, of Iocati9n, 2% mi. Burt, 7 mi. Algona, good sbil, electriQity, on pdveid. highway 169; also -eight ,roort» house in Burt.—Mips. .Ida Wi»ki6, Administrator, 919 Diagnal, Algona, Iowa. . ... • ' .36pl2-13 ^IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH Smartest lCkJl.UpIll.lJil VVllOt5*VV-*t.AiWi»iJ , _ •- . lit ' solo, Rose Ellen Ditsworth, Burt; I was given Sunday evening at the ; readings, Mrs Carl Carlson, East ] ?, hu f ch ' ? nd , attending were June j Chain, Minn.; talks, Maynard i ? ath - Charles Thompson, Helen Carlson and the Rev. Carl Carlson; vocal duet, Dorothy Kellander and Mrs. Adolph Brockman, accompanied by June Carlson; Jensen, James Jorgenson, Mrs. Harry Montgomery, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, the P. M. Christensons, Mrs. Wm. SchVader,' daughter Lawrence Raths. vocaYIoo, Esther Smith, Charles Emma, Mrs. Emil Kraft daughter City, accompanied by her moth-1 Ruth, Mrs. Martha Rath, and the er, Mrs. Walter G. Smith, Swea City; and a vocal solo by Mrs. Ray Carlson, accompanied by Mrs. Elmer Turnberg. Following Mail Carrier on Vacation— Lucille Genrich spent Sunday at her parental Fred Genrich's. ., , . i cl(/ iici kmi CJJ Leu .ricu i-(iriii nil D. the program, the guests viewed she fa attending Iowa state col . You'll Love The Alpaca Lining of this Sport many gifts. Mrs. Brockman is a 1935 graduate of the East Chain high lege, Ames. Opal Ellison, Thomp-' son, and Heine Hawk, Humboldt, were also at Genrich's, and Fred ... .. .. lull wcic: aiDU cil \_Jdiiii-ii a, uiiu i;i.iria school, and her husband attended went home with his nephew school m Silver Lake township. Reinie for a week - s vaca tion. The They will farm his father s_ farm. Rey _ Mr _ whitehouse is mean . Mrs. Hugoson was graduated from the East Chain high school rich , s mail m 1940, and has since been assistant to the primary teacher there. Her husband attended the while taking care of Mr, Gen- same high school, and will farm the Hugoson estate farm. Shower for Mrs. Behrends— A miscellaneous shower was ST. JOE The Peter N. Thilges family were Thanksgiving guests at Harold Elberl's, near Whittemore. Relatives here attended the given Sunday for Mrs. Richard Behrends at the John Behrends home. Fifty-eight relatives and friends attended.. A pot luck din-, ner was held and the afternoon spent in visiting and opening the lovely gifts. 'Insulation against thfe cold winter ah'eafl — in the season's best looking all-purpose gar- Haerit. Rfch brown fur collars. Also full length. Card Parly at Hobson's— A 500 party was held Sunday evening at H. W. Hobson's. There were 11 tables of 500, J. M. Blanchard winning a prize, Mrs. funeral of Mike Schumacher at | Karl Ewoldt high, Mrs. George St. Michael's church, Whittemore, last week Wednesday. Mr. Schumacher, 71, brother of Mrs. Lucy Wagner, died last week Sunday after only a day's sickness. Roger, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Bormann, was taken to Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, for medical aid Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thilges entertained Sunday evening at a dinner parly. | The Julius Capesius family I were Thanksgiving guests at the' Barney Capesius home near Irvington. Maxine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Capesius, who had been employed at Des Moines, is spending a vacation with the home folks before going to Omaha for employment. FOR SALE—HOLSTEIN COWS 6 years old and under. — John Schnakenberg, 4 miles east of ^vington. 14pl2 Long, low for women, Ralph Thompson high, I. W. Nelson, for men. »•»++*»»»•»••»•»+»•••»»« WANTS FOR SALE—DUROC Fall boar, guaranteed breeder. — W. J. Barr, Algona. 10pl2 THE ADVANCE FILLS ORDERS for any kind of rubber stamp. gtf FOR SALE —TWO HEREFORD bulls.—Ed Meyer, Fenton, la. 9pl2-13 FOR SALE — DUROC BOARS, , new blood lines.—P. M. Chris- tensoii, J^one Roclfc .::-- 9u8tl YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME . FRUITS and VEGETABLES Leuthold - WilUams Texas Seedless GRAPEFRUIT fa l»«r l»nnnil »•• ^'W I'cr round Texas Seedless ORANGES I'cr round California LEMONS I'er ronml . THE COUNCIL OAK CONTRIBUTION to the National Effort io keep prices down and avoid Inflation is Keflectcd in our Everyday Low Prices in All Departments. WE INVItE PRICE COMPARISON HALF OF THE NORMALPAQTj of Orange and Grapefruit Juice because of the recent Florfol Hurricane. Stock up for the Winter at our low ceiling pt i % | Won-Up Grapefruit Juice 2 CAN ' UNSWEETENED., ft ****" SWEETENED .."'$ DOMINO ORANGE and GRAPEFRUIT i«,' JUICE. No. 2 can 18c— 46-oz. can... 'ti( Crisp Solid CABBAGE i'er PonniJ .... Waxed RUTABAGAS I'cr roofed. 40 •Jersey Sweet POTATOES Ter round , 50 DOMINO OEANGE JUICE. No. 2 20(1 FIRST PRIZE: YELLOW CORN MEAL 5-lb. Batr 210 SUPERB Quick and Eeplar ROLLED OATS s-ib. rkfr 24{ KOBB-ROSS CUBAN CANE SUGAR SYRUP 5 COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS Bulk Kraut 2 Ibs., 19c 2-lb. Box Cheese 73c FRANKS 350 Pound SOUBE LUNCH MEAT Per Found 29c SUMMER SAUSAGE Per Pound BULK PORK SAUSAGE Per Pound 330 NECK BONES, Lb. 7c Fresh Pork Feel, Lb. 9c PORK LIVER, Lb. . I9c PORK BRAINS, Lb. I9c BEEF LIVER, Lb. 29c WHITING FISH, Lb. I8c Hamburger 25c Per Pound SMOKED WHITE FISH, Lb...43e HERRING CUTLETS In Wine Sauce Pint Jar . 34c PICKLED PIGS FEET 230 350 Pint Quart Mince Meat! 25c GRADE"A" Mutton] NO POINTS Shoulder ROAST, Ib. ,Ucl Shoulder CHOPS, Ib. ,I5e CHOPS,_lb._.29efl CH_OPSJb._,««| Mutton ^. „ LEGS,Jb : _ L .20t| Muttoii STEW, Ib. , FAMCY . . OEJfPIJfE EGO 4Aw HEAD RICE, Lb. I2c * NOODLES, Lb,.. 190 For a Better Breakfast A Finer Richer Blend) Drip or Regular, AA w [ Pound Jar WWp FIRST 1'IUZE MEALY FIRST 1'IUZE MEALY +§1. . HAND FICKKD NA BEANS, 2 Lbs, .190 * BEANS, 2 Lbs. Delicious BUCKWHEAT CAKES 310 NEW 1'ACK STAND. PEAS 1 " 0 * Can lie fOU'EUB WHOLE KERNEL GOLDEN CORN &.* I Ac MOTT'8 FANCY Apple SauM 1 ^ 1 . 15c ALL GOOD UNPEELED WHOLE APRICOTS&'.?..... 24c FOB BALAD Qli ~ [MAZOLA, Pint . ...29c RAISINS, 2 '.'.;. ...... 24c E .SWEET au PUDDING 2 for 9c 49c Dozen Buy what you need while we have a large stock of these Pudding* LEWIS LYE 3 Cans 250 'ALGONA BUTTER, Ib. 45* BLUE BARBEL SOAP BA'KIKG SOD., KELLOOG'S Rice Krispies, . •—- BELLOGG'S Corn Flakes, - . MAPLE BBAND Toilet Tissue, v 'WONDER WORKIN'O'

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