The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 14, 1937 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, October 14, 1937
Page 7
Start Free Trial

The Algona Upper Peg Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 14,1937 torn* Mnrtaffh and Tom Robison drove to Arties, Tuesday on bus- . i 4 D - Andrewn and Mrs. 3. A. Hagfartt spent Wednesday In Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shuts had dinner Sunday with their son, John at Mason City. M*. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy attended- the fall, festival held at West Bend, Tuesday evening. .* Week Midi »HMt» at th« W; L. Jensen home were Mrs. Jensen's .jfarenW, Mr. 'and Mrs. C: C. Fowler. '• Mr. ettfl MM*. William Greene and family of Humboldt visited at the home of Mrs. Green's mother, Mrs. J. E. Moulds, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Watktns of Sioux Ctty were week end guest* ot Mir. aid Mrs. Delmar McFadden. The women are sisters. ••' Mrs. L.,F. Bice was-dismissed from i the General tBspital. Wednesday, after recov»ing- from % major snrgical operation. it.' £ Dickinson will speak at the Congregational menfs forum at Brltt in. the Congregational church there, tonight (Thursday) Mr. and Mrs. John Lnmuth quietly observed their 46th wedding anniversary at their home here, Tuesday, October 13 .Columbus Day. Ida Halpln has pledged the Delta Zeta sorority at the Iowa State College at Ames. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Halpln. AI Kohl of Mason City visited his cousins, Lola and Mable Kohl. Tuesday and Wednesday. Al is an engineer for the Iowa State Highway commission. Mrs. Ansln Erne of Madison, Wisconsin, Is visiting her niece, Mrs. Glen Raney. Mrs. Ease arrived on Wednesday, for a short visit at the Raney home. Moyd and Lois Bottinger of Fonton had their tonsils removed SI the General hospital, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Wilson drove to Lake Park Sunday and visited until Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Alf Stapleton. Mrs. Stapleton Is Mr. Wilson's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chrlstenscn and daughter, Francts of Graettinger, visited at the home of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hargreaves, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Meyers of Jefferson were guests during the week end of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Clements. Mr. and Mrs. Myers are Mrs. Clements parents. Mrs. W. J. McCarthy and her daughter, Mrs. Thomas Rutledge an dthe letter's son, Thomas of Emmetsburg called at the home of Mrs. Nellie McMahon, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Relley w return today (Thursday) from Newton where they attended a convention of Iowa Association of Commercial organization secretaries. Mrs. Al Oranzow, Mrs. Howard Hocnk and Mrs. Bert Deal are to be guests at a party at Emmetsburg Thursday (today), given by Mrs Hocnk's mother, Mrs. Joe Martini Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Pettlt and the former's mother, Mrs. Maude PettH and the father of Mrs. Pettlt, Mr Miller, will leave Monday for Avondale Estates, Georgia, to spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. John Whelan ol St. Louis, and Mrs. Kate Bolster ol Fort Dodge and Mrs. Andy McGulre of Prlmghar called on Mrs. Jennie Vanderllnden, Tuesday. They are relatives. Mrs. 8. B. French will return to her Hollywood, California, home Sunday after spending two month! at her home here visiting friend: and relatives and looking after bus iness interests. Acclaimed^ Everywhere!} ThgseFamed AIBT'EI* For WOMEN i • "• . Beautiful... styles chtt'lft "go places" this season.] We feature the newest] materials and colon at Ait/ Snp'a d&Jlin* ptiatl/ " ForMEN . . . end foot fatigue thel modern way with these sensationally new Air Step's for men! Shoes that look as good as they feel! 700 Exclusively with us! BROWNELL'S The Algona Auction Co. We are here to »«rve both the »ellt-r and buyer at our pavilion In Algon* every Saturday. Saturday Oct. 16 For thU Saturday's Sale we rxprct U> have the tutual run of stuff, consisting of iniu'd lot* of cattle and feeder pigs; also later on we expect to wll somo horwi, when you get ready, please let us know an we will have buyers here. Also one single row John Deere Corn Picker, I Sandwich Grain Elevator, 36 ft On account of n«xl of room I will »ell at a sacrifice, the following new machinery: flexible harrow, »preader, corn binder, hay took*. One 4-year old inare, bound. If you have acy to sell we will »»U them this Saturday an we have call* for them. ,, Tuesday, Oct. 19 Also will have a good run of feeder pigs lit each sate. We expect to have good buyer* for each Hale, no pUta on making ttieM naif* your sale*. We exuect to have a good run of stock for tbi» Tuesday Sate, so Bet tfcemln early and don't forget your vacciuat'on paper from your hogs. Our kale* have been good with good proa*. Brine in tbo*e veal* and cow*, auytnlnv; that oarrie* any meat weiybt. Open Bvery Day. Sale born phone 77 start on stock at TBBMB Omhr No property removed until nettled t«r. * O. RIDDLE Bayiuoud Riddle, Cicurk Rev. P. i. Braner visited G«orge Hohenberger at Llvermore Sunday. Frank Gnrdet visited friends tn Mason City, Sunday. He Is em- loyed in the Barry pool hall. Mrs. May Harris spent Wednefl- ay and Thursday with her daugh- cr. Mrs. Milton Glddlngs at Wes- ey. Mrs. Louis Hint* and her dnujrh- er, Mrs. Ed. Hackbarth, returned Sunday evening from a week's visit it Westgate, Iowa. The Maxwell Motor Company has eceived two carloads of new Plymouth ars, which th.3 public has glv- n a wonderful reception. The teachers and pupils of Plum >eek township, District 6, will present a program at the new center school, Friday, October 22. Esther Pratt, who vis attending >uslness college In Des Moines, •*pent the week end with her par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer left early this morning (Thursday) for Mndsey, Ohio* to pay a short visit with Mr. Overmyer's home people. Rev. P. J. Braner left Tuesday for Sanborn, Iowa, to attend the lUtheran pastoral conference to be leld from Tuesday until Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoenk and J. F. Overmyer spent Tuesday in Minneapolis, and Mr. Overmyer drove home a new Oldsmoblle sedan. Mr. and Mrs. Olio TVeiss of Elkton, South Dakota, were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Dobson. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard will drive to Winnebago, Minnesota, to visit the former's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Norman this week Sunday. Mrs. Homer Anderson and Mary Harris attended a meeting of an embroidery club at the Gordon C. Glddings home north of Wesley last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. 3. C. Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beamish went on a sight-seeing trip to Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and back through Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. George Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Huenhold were Sunday guests of Mrs. Wm. Aalderks at Lakota. Mrs. Aalderks is Mrs. Huenhold's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson drove to Webster City, Wednesday, on business. They were accompanied (jy Marjory Eaton and Mable Wermerson of the Anderson Cafe as far as Fort Dodge. Burdette Agard, D. L. McDonald and Herb Potter drove to Ames, Saturday to see the Ames-Nebraska football game. We haven't heard whether Herb won the same kind of a bet he did at Lincoln, a week earlier. The A. S. Hueser family have moved from Agullar, Colorado, to 1920 North Nevada street, Colorado Srings, Colorado. Mr. Hueser was a former Algona Baptist preacher, and later ran a music store in Algona. F. G. Maxwell of Carlsbad, Cal- Ifornla, arrived Saturday for a week's visit with his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Maxwell. F. G. Maxwell 1s the manager of a Carlsbad summer resort Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom and Mrs. J. W. Sullivan drove to Adel, Iowa, Sunday, and visited Mr. and Mr*. Slvurd FmrdaJ. Mr*. Ftontal It the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bios som and will be remembered as Margaret Blossom. Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Kohlhaas were guests Saturday of President Chas. E. Frilcy of the Iowa State College at the Nebraska-Iowa game. This was {juest day for Iowa state officials and Mr. Kohlhaas is the state representative from Kossuth. Mrs. D. C. Mahan came Thursday of last week and will return today (Thursday) from Manitou, Colorado, after visiting a week with Mr. and Mrs. Li. E. Hovey and other Algona friends. The Mahans were former Algona residents. Eleanor Payne and Catherine Sclzcr, student nurses at the Mercy hospital in Mason City, visited at the homes of their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne, and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Selzer. The girls have one year left at the hospital. John Frankl left Thursday for Wyoming and Colorado where he will spend the next ten days. He will visit Mrs. Frankl and the twins, Helen and Harlan, who are students at Boulder, Colo., and his daughter, Delia, who teaches at Laramle, Wyoming. Milo Chaptn, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Morris Chapin, pioneer settlers here, visited Mrs. Elsie Cady, his cousin, and other friends this week. He is from Montebello, California, and had been visiting his sister, Mrs. Frank Clark, Garner, and other relatives in this section. Mr. and Mm. Bonald W. Gould of Des Moines accompanied by the latter's sister, Mrs. Lively, drove to Algona for a surprise visit with'Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. The Gould and Murtagh families were neighbors during the three years that the latter family lived in Des Moines. , Mrs. It. I. ('ratty will leave for Minneapolis, Friday to visit her sisters, the Misses Miller. Her grandson, James Murtagh, will take her as far us Mason City, from where sho will go the rest of the way on the new streamline train, the "Rocket" on the Kock Island railroad. Mrs. C. B. Murtauh will stay with her father, R. I. Cratty, during his wife's absence. J. M. Moore of Algona and his brother, Lee, of Ortonville, Minn., were called to Tipton Tuesday of last week by the death of their brother, Lewis, 62, who died on Monday about an hour after he had a stroke. Funeral services were held Wednaaday and burial made at the Red Oak Grove cemetery. Mr. Moore lived on the old homestead which his father took up in 1852. He is survived by his wife and a uon, James, who ia a senior in high school. Mr. and Mr*. G. D. Stoke* returned Monday from North Quincy, Massachusetts, where they had visited their daughter and husband, Dr. and Mrs. James Emmerson. They also visited the Laird Duncans at Westneld, New Jersey, and spent some time In New York City and other points. Enroute home they drove through a heavy snow i storm in New York state laat Fri- I day. Thev were gone about three weeks. Their new home on South Minnesota street will be ready for them about November 15. Mr. Mid Mm. Martin Duffy, ST., of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Miller and family of Mallard were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy at a duck dinner, Sunday. The senior Duffy's are Mr. Duffy's parents, and Mrs. Miller is his sister. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Etbert and Mrs. James Elbert drove to Esther- vine, Tuesday evening. Ralph Is the assistant fire chief of the Algona fire department and attended a fireman's meeting at which 58 towns were represented. The women attended a movie. Mrs. George Boevers of Union was a guest of Mrs. Will Bourne at ft D. A. R. tea, Tuesday afternoon, of this week at Mrs. Raymond Kortons. The Bournes leave soon to spend the winter In Arizona, a more suitable Winter climate for Mr. Bourne's health. Tony Didrlkson and Mrs. Anna Skinner drove to Boone Tuesday) evening to meet the Jailer's daughter, Kate, and bring her home for a two day visit Kate left Thursday (today) for Kansas City, Missouri, where she will travel for the Glnn Publishing Supply Company. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Beck and daughter, Janice of Greenville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Romer from Thursday until Sunday. Sunday, W. W. Beck of Dickens was also a guest at the Romer home. W. W. Beck is Mrs. Romer'a father and Leonard Beck Is her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Call Dickinson and three children, and Ruth Dickinson Hunter were guests of Mr .and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson, Sunday. The Call Dickinsons live In Des Moines and Ruth Hunter Is taking a business course there. Call and Ruth are the children of the L. J. Dickinsons. Bob Slgsbee, son of Mr and Mrs. W. J. Slgsbee, had the misfortune to break his left wrist, while play- Ing football at Fort Dodge. He is a player on the second team at the Algona high school. Bob thought the wrist was broken when he was running and carrying the ball and some other player ran into him. He received medical aid at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Dr. Shierk Elected Dr. C. C. Shierk, local podiatrist, was elected president of the Iowa Association of Podiatrists at a convention held at the Hotel Han" ford, Mason City, Saturday, Sunday and Monday. News Items ofFenton Vicinity Lotts Greek News Ladies' Aid Meets The Ladles' Aid met Friday afternoon in the parochial school basement The visitors were Mrs. Paul Nemitz, Mrs. Hugo Mlttag, Mrs. Fred Jentz and Mrs. Ed Mitchell of Fenton, Mrs. Harsch, Mrs. Herman Hlntz, Mrs. Fred Boettcher and Margaret Fiene of Lotts Creek. Misa Fiene gave a:, talk on deacons' work. She will Also give a talk on that subject at the Whlt- temore Aid meeting which will be Oct 21. Mr. and Mrs. George Jentr and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Walter Jents home and In the afternoon, both families were callers at the Delbert Hanna home. Eldon Hantelman drove to D*s Volnes Friday nnd brought homo his sister. Ruby and Gladys -itoeb- er and Evelyn Radig, who spent the week end here with their parents. Dr. B. K. Bahnson returned home Saturday after spending a week at Klrksville, Missouri, where he took Helen Gettman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Gettman of Burt, for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast entertained Mr. and Mrs. Homer Huskamp of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Emll Huskamp of Armstrong and Eugene Huskamp at a goose dinner Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Widdel and children aUtoed to Parkereburg, Sunday where they met Mrs. Widdel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Wilberg, and returned to Fenton with the Wlddels. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schmldkunz and family of Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson of Ringstcd and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Alderson of Ruthven visited Mr. and Mrs. John Arbogast Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod of this place accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schemmel of Swea City drove to Rochester Sunday for a visit with Stanley Munch, employed in a bank there. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers and family and Mrs. Mike Besch drove Beach visited her mother, Mrs.Dfl... to Mason City Saturday. Mrs. Besch visited her mother, Mrs. Harvey Hlgley, a patient In the Mason City hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mansager entertained at a Sunday dinner the following guests, Mrs. Tobias Mansager, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mansager and family, Mr. and Mrs. Art Berkland and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Cody and family all of Cylinder. Mrs. Carrie Haase and children, Pearl and Gail, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Krnuse of Al«ona were Sunday visitors at the Theo. Wcls- brod home. Bobble and Blllle Mitchell, who spent the week end at the Krausc home, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tleman and son, John, drove to Manson, Saturday afternoon, having been called there by the sudden death of Mr. Tleman's brother-in-law, George Kalb, who died of a heart attack Tuesday. They returned home on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreyer and daughters, Ruth, Alvina and Reuben Leudtke spent Sunday with the Dreyer's daughter, Alice, who-la In nurses' training at Des 'Moines. They enjoyed a picnic dinner in the city park at Wlnterset In honor of Alvina's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Norland entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Votteler, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hnntchtmn, Mrs. Katie HnntPlmnn and daughters, Ruth and Ruby nnd son Eldon nnd Mr. nnrt Mrs. Lawrence Hnntflmnn and daughter. Mnry Lou. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Strnley nnd daughters, Juanitn Mne nnd Audra Kae of this plnce nccompanied by Mrs. Straley's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brace of Hurt, returned home Saturday evening from a week's visit with Mr. Brnce's hrotlwr, E. E. Brace and family nt Glenhurn, N. D. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence H. Stnns- berry of Moulton and Frederick Stnnsberry of Centerville visited with the Don Weisbrod'.t and Art Raves in Rlngsted from Saturday to Monday. Mrs. Weisbrod and daughters who spent three weeks with her parents, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. T. Ekesnhl and children, Lillinn. Mnynnrd nnd Marvin of Humboldt visited from Saturday evening to Sunday evening at the Albin Nelson home. Other dinner guests on Sunday nt the Nelson home were Mr. and Mrs Oscar Lee and family and Mrs Lena Lee of Emmetsburg. Mrs. Wilbur Rowden nnd two children. Hugh nnd Mnry and Miss Falls From Loft Mrs. Otto Wlchtendahl had the misfortune to fall from their hay loft tart. Ihursday evening. Sh« escaped serious injury but was badly shaken'up. Rev. Fiene left Tuesday morning for the ministers' sectional conference at Sanborn. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Mary Mlttag at Ft-nton. Mrs. Emll Bicrstedt of Fenton visited Monday afternoon at the, H. J. Faulstich home, Mr. and Mrs, Hugo Faulstich and family were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Otto Ruhnke home. Mr. nnd Mrs. Edwin Lieb were Sunday evening visitors at the Albert Meyer home in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Jackman and family were Sunday evening visitors at the Hugo Faulstich home. Woodrow Bladow, who la working at the Wm. Buss home was a Sunday dinner guest at the Otto Ruhnke home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kuecker attended a birthday party at the Henry Kuecker home Sunday evening In Whittemore. . Mr. and Mrs. Licht and daughter of Fort Dodge visited at the M- F. Meyer home Sunday. Mrs. Meyer la a daughter of the Llchts. , Evelyn Radig spent the week end at the parental home, the Mr and Mrs. Alex Radig. Evelyn la attending business college in Dea Moines. The Bert Specht family are moving into the A. A. Kadlng farm home, where the Culbertaona lived, one mile east of the Lotta Crjek store. Mr. and Mrs. Ehrbacker from Northwood vialted at the Andrew Kading home Friday and Saturday. They are operating a bakery at Northwood. Coats Are Shorter This Fall Have yours shortened before you start wear- it steadily. Prices Reasonable Repairing Rclining Remodeling CLOPTON The Tailor Phone 38 Over WHV DOESI/T SHE , HCAB V£.' HEAB VE / HEAR VE. 1 VI ORDER Of TH6 COURT AU WIVES MUST Try Spry FOB AU. BMCIMO AND FBYIM6—GET A CAN OF THE NEW &U=~ VEGE.TABU SHORTENIN6 TODAV Is Your Winter Coat Cleaned and Pressed Send it promptly, and have it ready when you need it. Coats shortened, altered and relined. Repair service. Let us keep your wardrobe ready for any occasion." Elk Cleaners Noi-rnan & Perry WED. THRU SAT. 2 Features 21c Tex Bitter Master Tommy Bupp Snuokey, the Police Dog in 'TOTTING THE TRADV Second Feature Geo. Murphy In "LONDON BY NIGHT" Also Hoot Gibson Serial, "The Painted Stallion" and Pet Parade at 10 o'clock Saturday morning. Ponies—Dogs—Cats—Goats $10.00 in Prizes Sunday and Monday Oleson & Johnson In " "AIX OVER TOWN" Second Feature Bob Livingstone "WESTERN GOLD" Ix-trra Sncll of Jerspyville 1 , III., sppnt from Thursday morning to Sunday nt the M. E. Burwash home. The ladies nre cousins of Mrs. Bttf- MM who ha« b*#ft .tth*i wno nan uron «>• ~— —-. ^n^..a, for two month*, return** »»«»» «r«n. PREPARE YOUR CAR FOR WINTER P RlvlN Hot Water Heatorft, $ 3 89 Complete With All FKtlmri A He* \V*«rr Itrntrr (Imt »ll» far IF** thum mint? l.«t hrntr». r«*rl«»» n r Laze Heater. On* - point mounting, with rerolvlnR detector, S 2 tubes, e o m- plete $7.95 M* Kr«* Wlm- tcr Front! Frost Shields Olitmn Front Shlrldi 0x14 In 40e 8x18 In B»e 8x38 In. Ei.rccrnic 4 Suction CnpH. Colled Wire 151 e- mrnin. Full neven Inehro wide I'orri "A" firmer Unlit of hlKh Rrnil uteel. only -I lmll« ttt tighten fur ftiii limtnllntion. Kit* nil 98c Sp«tt ge-Rubbor Weather Strip BllmlnntMl r • t tie*, kerpi «r«rt« •nt. Kx- FELT AUTO MAT PCNNOLKNI WINTER OR. ' jnra *«•«•* «JJ at OMM* • •** $2 for Your Old Battery 45 Plate Battery t Month Guarantee Till* will turn your motor faster and longer than a a ordinary buttery, yet you pay i>» premium for extra power. ALCOHOL 59c gal. Watch Your Radiators These Cold Nights COAST TO COAST STORE JOE BLOOM )H LOOK! BEAUTIFUL PETALWAR DINNER PLATE BLUE "6" COFFEE Full Ripe Apricots __per Ib. 17c Fancy Yellow Peaches, _________ 15c Santa eSu-a Prunes, Ig. 2 Ibs. 19c Mod. She Prunes ^_2 Ibs. l«c ThorniM SeodleM Raisins —4 Ibs. 37c ISK Golden Corn, 2 No. 2 tins 25c IOA Cream Cereal 28 oz 15c Phone 330 Carol Pfanut Butter 32 oz jar 25c APPLES Per bushel 93c Per peck 25c Ili.l (juii-U ur Kol'ad Oats 48 oz. pkg. 19c CRISCO 3 Ib. can 57c i Ib. can 21c SOAP 10,,. 39c 'for New Florida Grapefruit doz. 49c Burkuhi-ut I'ancake FLOUE IS K Cane ujid niaple SYRUP ±2 n/. both for 4k Macaroni, Spaghetti, Noodles 28 oz. pkg. 9c i<;,\ Moist Cocoanut 4 oz. can 9c Orange Slices 1 Ib. lOc IOA Matches ____ 6 for 19c Oxydol _____ pkg. 21c Large Ivory Soap ------ 3 for 29c Hilex _______ qt. 19c HiOly May Beauty Soap 4forl9c Wash Cloth Free BANANAS 4 ib S 25c WHEATIES 2 for 21c I I SUGGESTIONS Get Acquainted Sale Here is an opportunity to bucuinu urriuuinti'd with the line (iiiulitiL'.s of IOA Flour Tin; right Klour for every pur- puj-o. \Vith c'ac'Ii purchase of u 4'J Ih. siii'h .-it regular price you will receive a 5 Ib. sack absolutely FKEK, Take advantage of this special inon- cv-SiivinK offer. Order IGA Flour today for better buk- ini; results. KRKK—A rt-gular 5 Ib. bag with t-ii"h |>u-ctiu»> of 49 Ib. 1>*K. Satisfoctioa Bu^nuite 'd. Hi A I'uio quality 19 Ib. bi(t FLOUE $1.89 BEEF ROAST 17c Boneless VEAL BOAST 21c Calf Brains 12c Calf Liver 30c Beef Boil 13c Dried Beef 10c Baldwin Food Market YOIM4 I.U. A. (lUOCtilt Phone 335

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free