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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 15, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 15,1937 Walter Kresensky went to Iowa City Friday for a visit with relatives. Beaten Lariien, clerk at the Neville shoe) store, is spending a vacation at the Okobojin. The Anderson-Laraen famine* held a reunion at the Ambrose A. Call State Park, Sunday. Druggist and' Mrs. (Ho. Free of Garner were Sunday guests of the former's mother, Mrs. George H. Free. Mr. and Mrs.. W. A. Foster and their daughter, Mary Elizabeth, returned Friday from a trip to Chicago. • John' Potter, Fort Dodge, son of Mr. arid- Mrs. D. E. Potter came Monday for a couple of weeks with relatives. Mildred Rain, Hampton, spent the week end at the Robert Kain farm. She operates a beauty parlor In Hampton. Frederick and Robert, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Ferguson, Keokuk, are visiting their uncle, M. G. Norton. The W. H. Goddens returned on Sunday night from a stay at the •Goddeit cottage on Hayward's Bay, West; Okobojl. Eleanor LaBarre returned Wed nesday from Camp Foster at the Okobojis where she attended a Y. W. C. A. Camp. Bernard Frank! of Boston, Massachusetts, Is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Barney Frankl, Irvington, for a couple of weeks. Mr. and Mm. W. N. Walters, Stanwood, came Wednesday for a few days with their daughter, Mrs. Ruth Empting, of DM Moines, In a guest of Arlene Granzow. She s the daughter of H. M. Empting. The Emptlngs are former Algon- 'ans. Mrs. Fred Bartholomew visited her mother, Mrs. Frank Miller at the latter's farm home Tuesday. It was the birthday anniversary of both Mrs. Miller and Mr. Bartholomew. Mrs. David Beck and her daughter, Barbara were driven to Marshalltown, Sunday by Mr. Beck for a week's visit with friends and relatives. Marshalltown was formerly their home. Oail Potter, "Bud" Zender and Mr. and Mra. Earl Griffith are spending the week at Spirit Lake Mrs. Carroll L. Johnson Is taking Gail's place at the Cumming's five and ten store. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beamish visited relatives at Iowa Falls, Sat urday. Mr. Beamish, who travels for the Hoxie Fruit Co., is recover Ing from a recent auto accident Mrs. Beamlsh's sister, Dorothy Reed, came here with them for a two weeks' visit. C. V. Smith drove to Des Moines Sunday to attend a family reunion and see his family, who have beei visiting an uncle and aunt, Mr. anc Mrs. Ralph Cohoe. Mrs. Smith's mother, Mrs. Charles Finch, Chicago, also attended the reunion. Claude now travels for the Minneapolis Paper Co. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney returned Sunday morning from a week and a half visit with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and H. R. Clayton of Cresco" township! Mrs Howard Chicago Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Towne drove to Spirit Lake Saturday for their daughter, Betty Lou, who attended a Y. W. C. A. camp there last week. Mrs. Robert Middlekauf, the former Arba Dee Long, and her little son, left Wednesday for their home at San Francisco, after a several weeks' visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long. TAILORING Ladies and Men's Suits Coats REPAIRING RELJNING REMODELING Clopton The Tailor Phone 38 Over Behlmer's Sunday afternoon the Whitneys drove to Medford, Minn., where they will visit a cousin, Ezra Beardsley, of Mrs. Whitney, for a week. Messrs, and Mesdames D. P. Smith, C. K. Williams, T. H. Holmes, Kirby Smith, Burt, Bob Williams, Valeria Pickett, Craig Smith and Mary Corine Fleming, Whlttemore, attended a Country Club golf tournament at Fairmont Sunday and had a picnic together after the tournament. The men took part in the tournament. Dean Clapsaddle of Burt drove to Cedar Rapids, Saturday, and Sunday brought his mother, Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle, home after a six weeks' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Main. Don Clapsaddle, son of H. D. Clapsaddle, who had spent the last two weeks visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vincent, accompanied them to his home In Algona. Mra. L.iE. Llnnan returned Sunday from Marysville, Kansas, where she had spent ten days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank n berg. Her parents accompanied her home. The last of the week they plan to go to Okobojl where the Linnans have rented a cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Wassenberg celebrated their golden wedding anniversary July 8, and the Linnans who were also married on July 6 joined them In Marysville for th celebration. Mr. and Mrs. 9. H. Hoop* spent Sunday at Lake Okobojl. Dr. Arlo Adams of Den Moines spent the week end here on bus- ness. Bob Williams Is having a week's vacation from the Hub clothing store. C. B. Mnrtagh of Des Moines vis- ted his family and friends over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. "Tubby" McDonald and son, Gary, were Clear Lake visitors Sunday. Miss Grace Turner of Des Moines was a guest of Mrs. Estella Sa- bln last week end. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hagg and daughters, Lenore and Dorothy, spent Sunday at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Henmphlll and son, Jack, and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cowan motored to Sioux City, Sunday. The Cresco Chums 4-H club will go to Clear Lake Sunday for a week's outing. Mrs. Ralph Brown is leader. Mrs. T. P. Harrington Is enjoying a visit from Mrs. C. E. Resler of While Bear Lake, Minn., who arrived Tuesday. Mary Brummond, Chicago, came last week to spend a month with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hutchison. John Parle, Omaha, a nephew of Mrs. E. J. McEvoy, returned home Sunday after visiting a week with he McEvoy family here. Mrs. F. A. Swenson, Rockford, 11., was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. ?. 3, Waldron, Wednesday. Mrs. Swenson is a cousin of Mrs. Waldron. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt and Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hatpin drove to Ames Sunday on business. They called on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mathes, former Algonlans. Lloyd Pratt, Red Halpln and Jess Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dnffy and family enjoyed Sunday at Clear Lake. Phil Kohlhaas drove to Hnmboldt Tuesday and spent the day there on business. Harry Holmes visited from Monday until Wednesday with friends In Oskaloosa. C. W. Nlcoulln returned Wednesday from Brainerd, Minn., where he had spent a week. Mrs. B. M. Southgate left Saturday for a visit with her friend, Mrs. Tena Healy at Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Porter of Cedar Rapids are visiting nt the home of Mrs. Porter's mother, Mrs. Charlotte Parsons. Mrs. Anna William* and two daughters of Chicago arrived Saturday for a week at the Alfred jergenson home. Hot Spell Halts Dances IrVington: The Irvington club dances, which have been held every two weeks 'have been discontinued because of hot weather and threshing season, until August 20. The last dance was given Friday evening with Mrs. U. B. Frankl. Evelyn Dole and Evelyn Loss as hostesses. Son For Colemans Irvington: A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Coleman. Saturday. They have one other child, a daughter. Clear $2,000 Whlttemore: A very large crowd was in attendance at the Whittemore celebration, July 4 and S. It waa reported were cleared. that around $2,000 rr We specialize in Automobile Liability Insurance Our automobile insurance protects you in case you get hurt. A Modern Automobile Travel Service Reasonable rates. Complete protection. Iowa and Minnesota Legal Requirements (special rates) Fidelity Bondu — Surety Bonds— Beer Bonds Bonds written at our Algona office. Our policy writing connections and company contracts permit ua to write your insurance and bonds at the very lowest rates consistent with reliable service. Dwelling and Houshold (Joods Innuranre Long Uanl Truckers and Cargo Insurance BKOKKBAGK BUSINESS SOLICITED LOAXB — HKAL KSATE - KENTALS — INVESTMENTS THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 55 206 B. State St. C. R. LaBarre Sandell drove to McGregor, Iowa, Prarle du Chlen, Wisconsin, and stopped at West Union, former lome of Lloyd, Sunday. Irma Dee Hargreaves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hargreaves, s spending this week visiting at the !iome of her mother's sister, Mrs. Edmond Carmody at Emmetsburg. Donald Deal, 10 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal, has been suffering for the past week with a bad case of poison Ivy, covering his feet and legs. He is Improved at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller spent the week end at Pillsbury Point, at Lake Okoboji with Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson of Estherville In the latter's cottage. Mrs. Miller and Mr. Thompson are brother and sister. M« ALWAYb LCJUL- /«» Sun.-Mon., July 18-19 Jed frouty Silting llyiiiKton Fuiuil} in "BIG INKSS Lowell 11101 nan with Ciue well in "KILLERS OF THE SEA" Fight* with luiui-eating ghaj-k —Octopus—Sail FUh. Authentic. Tuesday, July 20 Martha Baye in "Mountain Music" Extended Run-pricw this attraction 10c-36c L. Call Dickinson returned to Des Moines Friday, after a visit of a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson, whom he accompanied here from Washington D. C. His wife drove to Algona for him. Chester C. Call, KJUUUM City, who had visited his sister, Mrs. Archie Hutchison and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson left for home Saturday after a week's visit here. Mr. Call owns the Brownell shoe store and the James drug store buildings. Mr. and Mn. Marvin Cain were hosts of Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Cain of Wlnterset, who are spending a few days here. The men are broth er». Mrs. Blglngs of Fort Dodg and her granddaughters, Mar {Catherine Cain, are also visiting a the Marvin Cains. Friend* of Mr*. Maurice Slbolt o Los Angeles, California, will be sor ry to learn that she has been crlt ically ill following a recent opera tlon for an obstruction. Mm. Si bolt will be remembered as Mis Elizabeth St. John. She is now con sidered out of danger. The Rev. and Mr*. Oeo. C. Vance and their daughters came horn Friday from Smith Center, Kansas where Mrs. Vance and children hai visited relatives a month. Mr Vance went a week or so ago t visit his mother who is seriously ill and the family returned with him. Mr. and Mr*. B. E. Hilwteadt an their daughter, Joan, drove to Min neapolis on a bulness mission, Sun day. They visited Mr. Hllsteadt' sister, Mrs. Bill Vandersluss at S 1 Paul, and friends, Mr. and Mrs Roy Nelson at Anoka, Minnesota Mr. Hllsteadt Is the manager of the Cummings store. I'hyllU Mathr*, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mathes of Ames, is visiting this week with Mary I Louise Gilmore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Oilmore, and Mildred Pratt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt. Phyllis attended the Methodist Institute at Spirit last week with her Algona friends. Mr. and Mr*. Arnie Hor»ford will eave Saturday night for a week's vacation to be spent at Lake Minnetonka, Minnesota. Mr. Horsford is employed in the local Gamble store and Mrs. Horsford la employed in the local Ben Franklin store. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wallin of Minneapolis will accompany them on their vacation. .Mm. (ii'orgc Young of Chicago visited from Friday until Sunday at the Wallace MacDougall home. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Chas, O'Harrow of Fort Dodge spent the day with them and Mrs. Young returned to Fort Dodge with them. The ladies are sisters of Mr. MacDoug- iill's mother, the late Sina Mac- Dougull, who died recently at Mason City. Mrs. Eugenia O'Haire and Ernestine Chubb, Washington, D. C.. arrived recently for a six weeks' visit with local relatives. Mrs. O'Haire is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kist, and MUs Chubb the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb. Ernestine is a home economics agent. Ernestine drove home with her cousin, William Chubb, Minneapolis for a few days Mr. and Mrs. William Chubb had spent the fourth here. John Wheelock of the Algona city postoffice has received word of the death of Walter Sparks, which occurred last Saturday at his home in Portland, Oregon. Walter Sparks was a son of Edwin Sparks, one of the earliest settlers near Irvington village. The family moved to the went many years ago. Walter's brother, who U a hardware merchant In Vancouver, and two sons Vernon Kohlhaas, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas, underwent a minor operation at the Kossuth hospital, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Hlg left last week Thursday for a visit with their son. Rev. Frank Illg. who is a priest at Oto, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Douglas drove to Boone Sunday and visited during the day with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Pestotnik and family. B. C. Goodman died Tuesday nt Watertown, South Dakota. His wife, Mrs. Goodman, is the oldest sister of J. B. Wheelock. Grace Blanchard returned to her ome Monday after visiting at the ome of her sister-in-law, Mrs. W. I. Blanchard, at Humboldt since Tiursday. The three children of Mr. and Mrs, Theo. Herbst, Jo-Jo, Teddy, and heir baby, sister, Adele. are conned to their home with the whoop- ng cough. Joe Kelly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jo*. Kelley, was taken to the Kossuth tospital Wednesday for treatment. 1.e has been 111 at his home for the lost two weeks. Mr. and Mr*. L. J. Nelson and amlly left Wednesday for a two weeks' vacation to be spent at Rice Lake, Ladysmith, Bruce and Haug- sn, Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop and Mrs. Minnie Long will drive to Ames Sunday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mosher, former res- dents of Algona. An air conditioning unit was recently installed at the Morrison Beauty Shop, adding one more local business place to the increasing number of local firms with this added comfort. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joynt drove .o LaCrosse, Wisconsin, Sunday to take the latter's sister, Sister Mary Henrietta and Slater Mary Mary jack to the convent -after their visit iere and at Mallard. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Campbell returned Wednesday from a week's vacation which they spent at Lacona visiting her parents and at Indlan- ola with his mother. Mr. Campbell is pastor of the Nazarene church. Buy Ledyard Business Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. Leo Reno have purchased the pool hall at Ledyard and the family expects to move there very shortly. Mr. Reno was employed as a trucker at Britt recently. Editor On Trip Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Zcrbe left Tuesday morning for Eddyville where they were joined by his parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Zerbe, and together they went on to points in Colorado for a week's visit with relatives. While gone they expect to visit two of Mr. Zerbe's brothers which he has not seen for nine and eleven years. UNION NEWS Dormld Boevera spent list week Tuesday nt Eldon. looking nftcr one of the Bnevers farms. The house and garage on the Keefe farm, tenanted by Robert Ward, have been painted. Emil Stoffel has been painting the sheep shed at the Chester Bailey's. The buildings on the former Harrison farm have been given a coat of white paint. Fred Zeigler. working for an insurance company, did the work. Wm. Bosworth is the tenant. Mrs. F. A. Mates. Earlham, has been visiting her sister. Mrs. Roy Sarchett and their father, who has been sick at the Sarchett home for the past two weeks. Mrs. Mates was Lois Spear. A threshers meeting was held at the N. J. Krieps home last week Tuesday evening. Mr. Krieps has purchased a new threshing machine and will thresh 13 jobs in the run in his vicinity this season. Schallins Entertain Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schallin entertained at a birthday party Sunday evening. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Liesencr and Mrs. Kahn of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Grcmmel and son and Mrs. Clara Grcmmel of Falrvillc, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Boettcher, Maynard Nemltz, Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mittag and Everett, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Dryeer, Marie and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Relsener, Mr. and Mra. Art Rusch and family. Mr. and Mrs. Will Lelninger and Jackie and Helen Ohm. Cards were played with Mrs. Robert Dreyer winning high prize for ladles and On Trip West Livermore: Ted Devine who came from Hammond, Indiana, severa weeks ago for a visit with his mother and family here, and to attenc the wedding of his brother, Frank who was married June 12 to Miss Lucile Kaup of Sioux City, left here Sunday. Ted will spend a month Carl Zumach and Bill Boettcher visiting in Denver, Los Angeles, and other points of Interest before returning to his railroad duties at Hammond. He is in the train service there. A KNOCK OUT PtmClT ' TO THE THERMOMETER NOW Morrison's Beauty Shop Is Completely Air Conditioned Try our 1 Minute Waves They are not dry. frizzly or kinky $5.00 K E E P $7.50 All experienced operators with nt least 12 years of service In henuty shop work. A T Harold Smith, high for men. Mrs. MORRISON'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 279 102 S. Rldgley %t><l(£0nl TmfWtbl U&c UfoniAM Improves Bldg. Livermore: W. F. Johnson has had considerable improvement done to his building where the brick was crumbling, and carpenters and brick layers have been busy replacing the damage which seemed to be mostly at the top of the building. At 4-H Session Swea-Eagle: Mrs. Art Anderson took Lucille Rath and Betty Anderson of Swea Spirit of Service club to Bancroft last Thursday. The girls were chosen as a demonstration team. They used for their demonstration "Curtains." Miss Forbes of Ames met with the county girls, helping them with Achievement day plans. won low prizes and Mrs. Robert Liesener won guest prize. Elizabeth Mergen and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Mergen of Whlttemore, drove to Glen Haven, Wisconsin, Monday to attend the funeral of the former's aunt, Mrs. Peter Mergen. They returned on Tuesday. Mrs. Louise Homer ofLDubuque arrived Tuesday and wllf visit Algona friends until Friday. She U staying at the home of Ella Thompson. Mr. Homer was a former minister at the Congregational church here. Mr. iind Mrs. Ray Selken of Minneapolis are the parents of a son born July 10. The baby weighed seven pounds and eleven ounces. Mrs. Selken was Thelma Horigan. former Algona girl, before her marriage. The baby is their first child. Mr*. M. I'. Ifuggurd and daughters. Mrs. Forest Twogood and Barbara and Jean Murtagh drove to Clear Lake today (Thursday) and Mrs. Haggard remained at the Dewel cottage for the rest of the week. The girls drove on to Mason City and will return this evening. Mr*. RotM-ncranz Prltehard of Buffalo Center and her sister, Mrs. Earl Marten of Belmond drove a carload of their young friends to Algona Tuesday to enjoy our swimming pool. The ladies spent the afternoon with Mary C. Kain, a former schoolmate at the St. Mary's College at Prairie du Chian. Grace Turner of Glendale, California, has been visiting Algona friends since last Thursday. Her mother, Mrs. Kate Turner is in Des Moines with another daughter. Grace, who was employed for a number of years in the local telephone office, has been living in Glendale the past two years. Mr. and .Mr*. Kaiii Evan* and young son left Sunday morning for Chicago where Mr. Evans entered for the boy will stay at the home of a brother of Mr. Evans at Riverside, a suburb of Chicago in the meantime. They will be gone a month Mr. and Mr». C. W. Btrglield will drive to LeMars, Sunday. U take their little grandson. Phil Eyers, home. The latter is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Evart Eyers. Mr an Mrs. Bergfield will also visit at the home of Mr. and Mra. Franklii Clarke in LcMars. Mrs. Clarke am Mrs. Thompson Hostess Swea-Eagle; Mrs. Will Thompson entertained a large number of women at her home Friday afternoon. The ladles tied a quilt and enjoyed a social afternoon. Lunch was served. tffBt/ygX&r&tf)®^^ Ottosen News the Hines veterans' hospital treatment. Mrs. Evans and living la tha The dead man wa» a lawyer and was 84 year* of age. He ha* a number of friend* In A'gona He visited In Algoua Uut nummar for a few days while on bto way «Mt Mrs. Eyers are daughter.; of th Bergfields. Mr. and Mr*. Ralph W. Crafty and children arrived Wednesday and will be guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. They will also be guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Cratty. R. \V. Cratty is a son of the R. I. Cratty's and a sister of Mrs. MurtaKh.' He is an electrical engineer for the Oliver Mining Company at Coleraine, Minnesota. Gordon IVv\< I and Hoy Mi Mahon returned Sunday from a live day vacation trip which they had taken in northern Minnesota and Canada. They visited at Hoy's farm in the northwest corner of Minnesota, and from there went on to Winnipeg, Canada. They played 36 holes of golf in Winnipeg. They drove home via l>ake of the Woods and International Falls. Julia Dearchs, Home, economist for the Norge Co., and her assistant will be iu Algona July 17 to give a demonstration ut the Richardson Furniture Co. She will demonstrate the Norge washers, ironers and refrigerators. Julia U a daughter of vicinity, survive. Mr. und Mrs. H. H. Dearchs of Ai- gonu. She is a graduate of Iowa State College and bus been with th Norgo Co. the past two or three years. Her present headquarters ur at Waterloo. Mrs. Sarah Storesund was a call er in Rolfe Monday. Miss Victoria Calef of Oskaloosa, is visiting friends here. Mra. Ralph Richards went to Des Moines Sunday for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kramer were Humboldt callers Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kramer I'ere Humboldt callers Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holt of Algona pent Friday evening at the Peter Holt home. Mr. and Mm. Joe Ziefricd spent tfonday at the Zlefried home in 'ocahontas. The Presbyterian Sunday School held their annual picnic at the 'all Park, Algona, Sunday. Mrs. Albert Hermansen, Florence iremsen and Lola Watnem were •"ort Dodge shoppers Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Van Busklrk and daughter, Faye, and Mrs. Peter Holt were Fort Dodge callers Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson and sons of Lone Rock visited at the Eugene Hofius home Friday evening. Mrs. Bernard Jacobs and her daughter, Patty Ann of West Bend spent Friday afternoon at the Peter Holt home. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Buskirk Jr., and daughters of Colorado came for a visit at the Jesse Van Burkirk home, Tuesday. Mrs. Wayne Truesdell and Mrs Clarence Purdy were hostesses t the Presbyterian Ladies' Aid Fri day afternoon at the church parlors Mr. and Mrs. Peter Holt am daughter, Mavis, Mr. and Mrs. Erick Duhl and children and L. J. Brem sen attended the .Story and Hainli ton county picnic at Blue Eartl Minn . Sunday. A large crowd attended the ir cream social sponsored by the Luth eran Ladles' Aid Saturday evenin at the» church parlors. Home ovt twenty dollars were taken in. very good program was given. Mrs. Henry Henriksuu and lit daughter, Blanche. Mrs. Tom Olsoi Mrs. Sarah Storesund and Mi.s^ Martha Ellingson went In Rodman .Saturday afternoon to help Mrs. Die K. Olson celebrate her birthday at the home of her daughter. Mrs. I CAROL Peanut Butter CAROL Sweet Pickles IOA RED Beans UK Sweet Potatoes IOA or FARGO Milk Tomato Juice Lge. 24 oz. Jar 25c 22 ox. Jar 23c 2 No. 2 can* 17c No. *J4 can 15c 3 tall can* 13c 50 oz. tin 23c Carol SANDWICH SPREAD 32 oz jar 24c IKK Kitlud-Styta MUSTARD 32 oz. jar 13c Purple PRUNES 2 No. 21/2 cans 25c VAN C'A.MPH PORK & BEANS _._Ho. 300 T. can 9c CAROL CUT WAX BEANS 1 2 No. 2 Cans 21c CLARION CORN 2 No. 2 cans 15c IGA CREAMY SALAD DRESSING t 35c Blendt perfectly with every fruit or vegetable combination. COFFEE Rod A Freshly ground llb.pkg.19c FLAVOR-AID Assorted Flavors 2 pkgs. 9c PEAS Ca«Ue 2 No. 2 Cans 15c Sliced or Halve* PEACHES No. 10 can 55c IOA Anted. Salad Mallow* 6 oz. pkg. 9c IOA MATCHES 6 boxct 19c CRISCO 1 Ib. can 23c IGA Red Fruit JAR RUBBERS 5 pkgs. 17 c FRUIT JAR8 BALL MASON 1 Doz. '-j pts. 70c BALL MASON 1 Doz. 1 Pt. 73c BALL MASON 1 Doz. 1 Qt 83c BALL MASON 1 Doz. 'i, Cat $1.19 Ball Mason Caps Doz. 23c Kellogg's Wheat Flakes Two 11 oz. pkgs. 19c Fred Lenz. A pot luck lunch was bcrved. Mr. and Mr*. went to Lake. Minnesota, Tuesday for a two weeks' fishing vacation. Pilchards Two 1 Ib. cans I5c Soflusilk Cake Flour 2| Ib. pkg. 25c Mrs. F. A. Corey rrcfived uordj Wednesday of the death of her I oister-in-law. Mra. Albert Weather- Dee, ill Minneapolis. Mrs. Weatherbee will be remembered by older Wesley residents as Clara Corey. Funeral services will be lit Id in Minneapolis Friday. Mrs. Weatherbea was 82 years of age. Her husband and three children survive. She was a sister of the late F. A. Corey and Mrs. E. J. Yorker who resides at the Corey home. COKBECTION The Kent Motor want ad for free gas on used cur sales was run by the Upper Des Moines last week through an error. The oSer was good only during the month of June. IOA Corn Starch Ufa. pkg. lOc Muchmore Cocoa 2 Ib. pkg. 15c CHmalene Lge. 32 oz. pkg. 20c Dreft 4oz. pkg. _ 14c Rinso Ige. pkg. 23c Camay Soap 2bars lie Salmon 1 Ib. can lOc Dustmasters Mops 85c Nt-w Cobbler Spuds pk. 29c Oranges -2 doz. 39c Grapefruit _5for25c Bananas _ _3 Ibs. 19c Green or Wax Beans 2 Ibs. 15c New Peas _ 2 Ibs. 15c 20-25 lbi>. each Watermelons 49c MEATS Pure ground Beef 15c ; Beef Roast Ib. 20c Smoked Tongue 30c Minced Ham Ib 20c Baldwin Food Store Free Delivery Order Now Phone 355 SflilS rWWWWWWWV VWWWW.WWWWWVWVWWW

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