The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 22, 1937 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 22, 1937
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Year Old Bf oak* Arm in Fall Union: Marvin, 7 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Erpelding fell last week and broke his right arm below the elbow. It was a severe break The children were playing in a lot where there was a truck. They were jumping off when one pushed Marvin before he was prepared for the Jump. Pearl Alt is employed at the F. A. Banting home in Algona. KatlMirine Funk of Algona is vis- Jung her sister, Mrs. Fred Will. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Willrett and cmldren picnicked at the Call State The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, July 22,1937 Park Sunday with friends. a group of Mr. and Mrs. Emit Stoffol. Union. and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schiltz of Bancroft, were guests for dinner Sunday at the Eldon Stoffel apartment in Algona. Ida Stoffel is assisting at the Otto Vaske home in Bancroft. Mrs. Vnske just returned from Rochester where she had undergone a major operation. She is reported as doing nicely. Sunday visitors at the'Dell Fitchs were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fitch and son. Harley. Ed Fitch and son. Harold. Avery Fitch was also at home from Lone Rock where he has employment. JOHNGRIEN.SO YEARS OF AGE, DIES IN BANCROFT Had Been Resident of Kossuth County For 56 Years The NEW CALL AND COMFORTABLE Wed.-Thurs.-Pri., July 21 22-23 Daily Matinee 2 p. m. Three Big Days Three Big Stars 1BTTE DAVIf HUMPHREYtOGART WATNE*IORRIS Sat., July 24 Continuous show from 1 All Seats 26c Plan for Saturday Shows Sunday-Monday, July 25-26 Entertainment that Goes the limit! Joe Penner—radio star with 10 million listeners. Milton Berk—On Gillette Hour with 7 million listeners. Paryakarkus—on Eddie Cantor hour with 12 million listeners. Harriet Hilliard—Ossie Nelson's wife, with 10 million radio listeners. Result—Fun approved by 40 million radio fans. .* Lee TRACY EXTRA SPECIAL Edward Bergen and Charlie McCarthy in "DOUBLE TALK" Sunday-Monday, August 1-2 Freddie Bartholomew. Spencer Tracy and Lionel Barrymore in "CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS" Sunday-Monday, August 8-9 Jean Harlow and Clark Gable In "SARATOGA" NOW ENJOY MODERN CITY REFRIGERATION Bancroft: The community of Bancroft wns saddened Thursday when John Grien one of the oldest residents passed away. The cause of his death was old age. The deceased was born February 15, 1857. in Wayland, N. Y. He was married to Anna Hatter October 10, 1882. in Perkinsvllle, N. Y. He Farewell for Priests- Father T. J. Davern's farewell party, held last week Thursday, was attended by 300 members of St. Cecelia's parish and friends. J. D. Lowe acted as toastmaster at the short program with P. J. Kohlhaas, H. J. Bode, Father C. A. Ahmann and L. E. Linnan other speakers. Special credit was given to Father Davern for the achievements made here while he was in by all. Algona. The school, the rectory, Ann Burns, Patricia Kruse and Betty Jean Pratt. Ladle*' Aid— The Trinity Lutheran Ladies Aid held Its annual picnic last week Thursday at the State Park. Fifty members and friends of the Aid attended. The weather was ideal and the well-arranged program and the various refreshments were enjoyed TheMcm About Town Say § has been a resident of Kossuth county for 56 years. Funeral services were held in St. John's church at nine o'clock Saturday morning with the Rev. J. H. Schultes officiating. Burial was made in St. John's cemetery. Pallbearers were N. J. Merrill. W. J. Hood, E. J. Seeney, Tom Jacobson. Lafe Simmons and M. J. Wolfe. Mr. Grien leaves to mourn him three sons: John of Mason City, Jake and Leo of Dansville. N. Y., and three daughtres. Mrs. Chas. Hartmnn of Geneseo. III., Mrs. Rose Olson, of Moline, III.. Mrs. Edna Johnson of Bancroft: also two brothers and two sisters in Rochester, N. Y. His wife preceded him in death October 15. 1935. Out of town relatives and friends at the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hartman and son. Morris, of Geneseo. 111. Mrs. Rose Olson of Moline. 111.. Mr. and Mrs. John Grien and daughters. Clara, Julia, Alice and Dorothy of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Linus Grien and daughter. Beverly. and Improvements made to the Calvary cemetery were built during this Alma Genevieve Cairy. Whltte- more. visited Monday at the J. H. Sheridan home. John Sheridan spent Sunday visiting at the James Krogmeier home in Fort Madison. Mrs. Reddy of Chicago, sister of Mrs. Thomas Murphy is visiting here this week. Rev. Robert Quinn left Saturday for Sioux City, where he is assistant at the cathedral. Neil Garry of Omaha, is visiting friends here this week. He formerly lived here. Gerald Smith. Carson, visited with friends in Bancroft Monday. He formerly managed the Dreamland Theatre here. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lampe and family of Milwaukee, are visiting at the home of Mr. Lampe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lampe, Sr. Olga Elsbecker, R. N., of Carroll and Callista Elsbecker, R. N., are enjoying a vacation at Lake Oko- gregation. Anita Rose Kohlhaas. Gertrude Zender and Evelyn Capesius, accompanied by John Lee Holtzbauer at the piano, gave several vocal selections. Surprise Breakfast- Mr, and Mrs. Frank Shllts were awakened at seven o'clock Sunday morning by a group of friends who surprised them by dropping in to cook their breakfast The ladies of the group have been holding weekly surprise teas and the gentlemen were also included on Sunday. The proceeds are given to the Presbyterian Ladles' Aid. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. George St. John. Mrs. Klahr, Mr. and Mrs Dennis Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Rice, Mrs. Banker, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy McWhorter and Mr. and Mrs. Fftink Shilts. C. C. Luncheon— The third of a series of afternoon Country Club parties was given at the club house Wednesday afternoon. A one o'clock luncheon was served followed by bridge. Mrs, W. T. Reidy headed the com- mitteqjgh charge consisting of Mrs. M. G.TsTorton, Mrs. Antone Johnson. Mrs. P. J. Christensen. Mrs. P. V. Janse. Mrs. Joe Kelly. Mrs. T. H. Kirsch. Mrs. John Kohlhaas. Mrs. H. M. Smith and Mrs. G. F. Towne. Joan Dahl Hostess— Joan Dahl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Dahl, entertained on Friday afternoon at a party in hon- Edges Entertained— Mrs. Anna Skinner entertained or of her eighth birthday. During the afternoon games were played and supper was served by the hostesses' mother. Those present were Beverly Beatty. Lenore Haag. Ruth ily at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Seeley were host and hostess to the Edges Monday evening at dinner. The Edges expect to move to Mitchell, South Dakota, some time during the next month. Chicken Supper— The members of the young ladies' bridge club enjoyed a chicken supper at Cook's Inn Tuesday evening. Those attending were: Margaret Vlgars, Mary Foster, Evelyn Smith, Mrs. Bernard Yoeman, Virginia Schncpf and Valeria Plckett. Entertain Husbands— The members of the C. S. D. W. club entertained their husbands at a seven o'clock dinner Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al Spongberg. There were 16 guests present and the evening was spent playing games. C. "S. D. W. ClublT Mrs. Tina Behrends was hostess to the C. S. D. W. club at her home Tuesday afternoon. There were six members present and the afternoon was spent knitting. Mrs. Behrends served refreshments late in the afternoon. Naomi Circle— The Naomi Circle will meet in the I. O. O. F. lodge room in the Dehnert Hotel. Friday. July 23. Hostesses will be Mrs. Emma Crouch, Mrs. Elmer Nelson and Mrs. Bertha Spear. Birthday Party—' Chauncey Carney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carney, entertained 11 boys and grils at a party at his home on last Tuesday. The occasion celebrated his tenth birthday The sales tax may or may not be a just tax but It Is unfair to a business like a popcorn stand. In Algona where a corn wagon Is handled by an aged lady trying to meek out a meager existence through her efforts of selling a five cent bag of pop corn the tax collector gets his tax. It is impossible for her to make the public pay a single penny toward the two per cent. Itinerant shoe lace and pen cil peddlers come and go, sell their wares, collect no tax, pay none. * * * This in the season of the bees. Paul Berger is the sweetest man in town if the bees are truthful. Emerging from the filter room at the swimming pool attired in a bathing suit Paul was kissed simultaneously by three, and of all places of an exposed anatomy, on the head. * • * Orville Hedrlck't little son peacefully slumbered in an upstairs bedroom. Some time on an early morning a lone bee sneaked in, sat on the boy's cheek, carefully sank the stinger and departed. * * * A swarm got into a bedroom at the Lawrence Gillespie home. The inside door was locked. Lawrence borrowed a ladder, took off screen and opened the window and invited them out. They didn't prefer to leave and in a day or so they were strewn all over the floor In death. An estimated count placed the individuals at millions judging from the number of dust pans full. Jo* Stril has gathered bees and sold honey for twenty years at his home. In all that time the bees have swarmed and swarmed with only two getting away from the home stand. Joe goes after them and so far this year has captured more than fifty runaway swarms. "I've painted hundreds of homes. And I know that when you use LOWE BROTHERS HIGH STANDARD House Paint, TOUT house is painted to ttay painted. HIGH STANDARD is economical paint. "I find that HIGH STANDARD outlasts ordinary paint two and three years ,.. end so the arenge per-year cost for protection is much lower. "Another thing I like is the Lowe Brothers Pictorial Coldr Chart. It shows the right color schemes for many types of homes and erery kind of room ... in pictures painted with actual point. It makes choosing color schemes easy for the home owner." Btfm YOU tuM, ctmt at tint amtli tht Lam Bnttirt Piclarifl Color Omt. Tien 1$ m F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 Algona, la. boji this week with friends from Carroll. a party of OIVM IT OH EASY PURCHASE SERVEL ELECTROLUX RUNS ON KEROSENE ( at amtiziny low cost! T WOULD givt up almtjht anything i.i my J- hoinu Lxj/.jre my .Serve! KlL-ctroiui," wriua one happy uwncr . . . and that will giv< : you an idist how much this wuu refrigerator rncaxis Vi t of farm women. Today, they can tnjuy all the. advantages of rnwkrn city ru .. . for Servc-1 EU-ctrulujc duplicates in tvtry important respect the famous Gaa JU>- frigerator whidi has b«x-a serving hundreds of thousands of fine city homes and apartments during the past ton years. Clip coupon bciuw lor fne literature. L. W. Swanson's Store, Algona I I I Nao» I I Stoat MB-JMJ G*mtlem*.'o: Ffc«*@ goad aw, without ui4i- gmtiou, comylultt lalunnatioD ft boat 3tf £Uactxuiuj(, UMI KttTVMKtitt it^n^CBtoc. Helen and Billy Saunders, Cedar Rapids, who spent the past two weeks visiting at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A, Saunders, returned to their home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Kohnke, their daughter JElleen and *on Norman, are enjoying a trip to Yellowstone National Park and other points of Interest in the west. They left Wednesday and plan to return In about ten days. Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy and family of Hutchinson. Minn., vis- 'ted relatives here Sunday. Max- inc and Bernice Kennedy returned to Hutchinson with them for a visit. They plan to return home •Sunday. Mrs. Charles Hnnsen Inft Saturday for Zuma. Colo, to visit her brother, who Is very ill. She also plans to visit her son. Frank at Omaha and daughters. Mildred Hansen. H, N.. and Margaret Hansen, It. N. at Denver, Colo. Corwith Young Man Overcome by Fumes In Serious Condition Fairview-Corwith: Hermit Johnson, son of Charles Johnson, living north of Corwith, was overcome by carbon monoxide gas from the tractor exhaust while he and his father were tutting oats on the E. Mullins farm Friday of last week. He was taken to the Algona hospital and given oxygen to revive him. He was in a serious condition, hut it was believed that he would be well after a. rest, and he was brought home Saturday afternoon. (in Sunday, however, Kermit suffered a relapse, and had a number of fainting spells. His condition f;rew »o bad that Dr. Karl Furgeson, phy.iir-ian in charge of Dr. P. K. \V. <!!(:>' i prut-tire, during the latter.-, vacation, derided that he should i.c taken bark to the hospital. It v. ,1., iji,;,o.,.,ib!c to get an ambulance and Clarein e '; illo.vay look them •<i Al^ofi-'j in hi 5 i -ir. making the '.:.p ;.'. -.e'. •-ii'.' en imnutc.,. Oxygen • -•• -S. i:n ^ivtii. nnl his i ondition rej,',!t--i i:i-,i.rv.-"d. hut it will <*•- ',:<.•• tin..,- t»'-fi,r t .- he v.ill be fully • Hani Di-stroynl by Fire n .-'uiiday afternoon, the Corwith i d«-parlr/ivi.'. was railed out to | o.j> a fire .U the home of Mrs. ' 1 „'•: Kaiiford iivmg in Ibu south <-t <"oi A-Hh. A barn at tile back of the- .Sanford lot had been filled ••vilh sree/i hay ;,nd the hay i., believed lo have ht-n the cause of the The fire truck was brought to l the tire, but it had gained i.r.ough headway to prtveiit firemen I lorn putting n out before the barn ••va, •ilmu.,1 completely destroyed. A I'. M.ithia.i ha., returned from a bu..inta.-, trip to Hoophole, 111. A thresher.-,' meeting was held at the K. J Widen home Monday evening. Mrs Hobert Ma,terson and Mr. and Mrs Harold Evans were Algona Flower Show Held At Ottosen On Thursday P. M. Ottosen: The Ladies' Rural club met at the home of Mrs. Ed Zin- nell Thursday afternoon. A flower show was held. Roll call was answered with the kind of flowers each one brought to the flower show. Lesson was on "Conservation of Wild Flowers" by Naomi Struthers, and read by Mrs. John Starin. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess and assistant hostess, Mrs. Roy Telford. Judges for the flower show were: Mrs. Cliff Landers, Mtrs. Edgar Jacobson and Mrs. Caroline Telford. Most of the people In this community have finished harvesting. Hazel Harding of Mason City is visiting her sister, Marjorie Harding. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ziefried visited relatives in Minnesota from (Sunday until Tuesday. Marilyn Kinseth, who has been visiting her grandparents at Omaha returned home Saturday. Mrs. Anna Clave, who has been visiting relatives at different places, returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lang left on Monday for the west coast where they will spend a month's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Truesdell and daughter. Mary Katherine. were Fort Dodge shoppers Thurs day. Mrs. Sylvan Jacobson and her children and Mrs. Peter Enochson visited at the Daniel home at Brad^ate Sunday. Gene Movick. son of Mr. and Mrs Oscar Movick is visiting his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Anderegg at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Movick and daughter. Betty Lou spent Sunday at Arnolds Park. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holt of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the Peter Holt home. They also visited at the J. Van Buskirk home. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ellingson and sons of Hurt visited at the Ole Kllingson home Sunday. Mardell Movick accompanied them home for a visit. Mrs. i'eter Enochson and Mrs. Delmar Kinseth were hostesses to the Lutheran Ladies' Aid Wednesday afternoon. July 21, at tlie church parlors. Delicious were .served refreshments visitors Monday. Clai'tnce Stephens of Waterloo spent Friday and Saturday with his parenU at Corwith. Mr. arid M>s. Lyle Oourley of Garner visited relatives and friends in Corwith last week. The Catholic girls held a meeting lit the George Gray home oil last week Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. and Mr*. Paul William* and Mr. aod Mrs. Thomas Halo were Mason City visitors last week Friday. A. L. IVtiTson, who suffered a light stroke about ten days ago, is showing improvement, and was able to sit up in a chair for a few minutes Tuesday. .Mm. C. C. Chapman of Ashton, Illinois, i.j visiting at the home of her daughter. Mrs P. H. Hargreaves and will be there for two months. Oh-n K<fd of Hock bland, I1L, K-ft for his home Saturday after visiting since Tuesday with his aunt, Mis. Orville Klkins and his cousin, Jack Heeii. Harry Spuugbvrg spent a couple of days the firot of the week at Des Moines, where his son. John, is a member of the Citizens' Military Training camp. Mr. and Mr». H. L. Horuk drove to Minneapolis Tuesday in company with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller who purchased a new Oldsir.obile coupe, and drove it home Wednesday. Merle Pratt, Pete Smith and Bichard Hal pin spent Tuesday evening in Clear Lake, where they visited friends from West Union attending the Eyworth League camp there. Ted Veru write* 4!gona friend* from New York that he went deep sea fishing and taught a 20-pound fish. He is vacationing in the east with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Frank Vera. Dr. and Sirs. R. M. Wallace and the former's nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wallace of San Antonio, Texas, returned Wednesday from a ten day trip to Yellowstone Park. Mr. and Mr*. M. K. Koran and son, Willis of Hollywood. California, are expected here Saturday for a visit with Karel's aunt, Mrs. A. J. Keen, and Algona friends. Pauline Hughes of Waterloo arrived Monday to visit Donnie Quinn. The girls were friends at Iowa State Teachers College. Donnie took her guest to Clear Lake on Tuesday and spent the day there. Charles Lucu of LewUtown, Montana, left Wednesday morning after a three weeks' visit with the Dr. L. G. Baker family and with other relatives at Kanawha. Mr. Lucas is a nephew of the Bakers. Mrs. George Free, Sue Free of Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Laird Duncan and Diane, Paul Berger and Mr and Mrs. Eugene Hutchins were dinner guests Tuesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchins. Air. and .Mrs. F. D. Math™ and daughter, Phyllis spent Tuesday afternoon in Algona, visiting old friends und taking care of business matters. The Mathes family operates the States Cafe at Amos. Vivian Stophcnson of Chirago ur- rived Sunday for a two weeks' vacation with friends. Vivian made lier home with Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Fox when she attended high school here three years ago. She Is now employed by The Fair store in Chicago. Walter Beardnlry, son of .Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beardsley. who was recently taken to Iowa City to begin work before entering the university, was immediately taken ill upon his arrival there and was brought home Wednesday for an extended stay. Mr*. L. K. Linnan and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wassenberg of Marysville, Kansas, went to Okoboji Monday and are staying at the Falkenhainer cottage on Hayward's Bay which the Linnans have rented for a few weeks. .Mr. and Mm. Marvin ( Irnn-nts returned Monday from a ten day vacation. The larger part of the time was spent at I^eech Lake. Minnesota, and the last two days were spent at Jefferson, where thy visit- rd relatives. Mr. Clements is the meat cutter for the Don White grocery und Mrs. Clement operates a beauty shop. Mr. and Mrs. John Mechler of Iowa City and their daughters. Mrs. Helen Livermore and .son. Jack and Mrs. Carrie Brown and son, Bobby, arrived Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merle W. Schwietert for a short visit with their niece and couain.^Jrs. Schwietert. They also visited with relatives at Titonka. M. B. Knoll of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, spent the week end in the Oscar Anderson home. Mrs. Knoll, the former Adris Anderson, has been in Algona the past week helping her mother and will remain until the first part of August. Mr. Knoll is with the Bradley Theatre Supply Co., and was formerly employed by the State Theatre here. Mr. Farnuni, who ha* been operating the McGinms oil station on Diagonal street and running a suburban grocery, has purchased a plot of ground across the street from the Algona Ice Cream and Candy Factory from Mrs. Tilla McCall. He plans to build a small building on the site and will continue the suburban grocery business there. Mrs. Winnif red OUlen aiul daughter, Sheila, will arrive this week end to move their household goods to Ames. Mrs. GUlen has written to friends in Algona that she does not plan to return to her position of home economics teacher here In the fall. Her plans for the future are as yet indefinite but it is thought that she will go to school and teacb part time at Ames. Ray Ladendorf has a novel cap in which he works. It is tight fitting about the head with a visor of six inches. "Where's your horse?" is the usual greeting. • • * A challenge from Hodge Podge anent the scanty beauty of the clothes worn by girls and ladles goes unacceptecd. Little Is known to comment. However, a few words may give an idea of thoughts. "Go home and put something on, no woman ever was beautiful In the semi-nude, just plain enticing." • • • The laat king of England didn't do anything of official greatness. "At long last", is a phrase ever to be remembered, spoken by him and credited to some other person. The newspapers of America, large and small are using the words unto morbid repetition. • • • Melvin "Runt" Miner of the Hub Clothiers slept late Monday morning. Ran up town unbreakfasted, opened up the store and then remembered his vacation started that day to last two weeks. • • • Woody Cook at Sorensen's grocery received a letter addressed, Mrs. Woody Cook. The mall man didn't know of any such person, neither did Woody, yet. He opened the epistle and was much amazed to read, "On the following week you will receive a pair of silk panties which you will adore." Also three pair of silk stockings, a brassiere, and undies described as too nice to touch. That was two weeks ago. Hodge Podge, where's your information man. PHONE 330 For Summer Cleaning Summer weather requires a lot of clothes, but if you send your garments regularly to us you need not worry about having things ready to wear. Our new management is anxious to please you. Give our work a trial. The ELK Cleaners & Perry We Deliver runic on the road and the prize of money was paid, or so we understand. It is not gruesome enough to have a killing. It must be bartered with how and when. Would not it be fun to have another with the prize winners getting the joy of picking up the dead person, holding a clammy body, dipping one's hands in human blood? The bloodthirsty thrill, listening to the death rattle, the kill's the thing. Let's have another contest. • • • That old (one year) band stand In the city park near the swimming pool is an eye aore. Its dilapltated appearance, its crumbling electrol- iers, its missing floor, can be completed to destruction In a few minutes and beauty reign in its place. * • • Fini*— By Arch Ward in the Chicago Tribune and presented by Doc Cretzmeyer. The Umpire Small wonder that the guy's morose. He's never right when plays are do.,,-. He's always poison to the mob, And stopping bottles is his job. He wears those awful blue serge pants And rides home in an ambulance. •••••••••••••••••••••i GOOD HOPE NEWS C. L. Dittmer was a dinner guest at the Leonard Dittmers Sunday. The Ben Reid family is enjoying the new Chevrolet deluxe sedan purchased a few weeks ago. A number of members of the Good Hope Ladies' Aid society were the guests with over one hundred ladies from other neighboring towns of the Ladies' Aid of the Fenton M. E. church last Friday afternoon. Card Of Thanks We wish to thank the people of the Presbyterian church and other friend* for their many kindnesses, their me»- sagea of sympathy, the floral tributes, and all other kindnesses bestowed on ua al the time of the death of our beloved daughter, uisUr ao4 wife. Mr* O. E. Van Dontoo Elbe and Tbalin* Van Ponton HunndU J. Household Needs For Canning and Threshing 20 Quart Canner Sturdy stock pot, durably enameled. With cover and tinned rack that holds 7 quart jars. $ 1 .19 Orean Glass Bowls set of 4 29c No. 12 Grain Scoop $1.59 Wash Tubs large size 79c 50 Foot Sash Cord Line 23c GROCERY DEPARTMENT GOLD MEDAL or OMAR FLOUR Large size sack 100 Boiling Beef ._ Jb. 16c s P*nach — 2 cans 19c Prun*i_No. lOcan 39c Ooflree Cu P» - «o Salt 10 IDS. 19c Bowls ____lOc and up C. S. 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