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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 2, 1937
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Dec. 2,1937 Bessie Arn of Chicago was a »wat of her sister, Virginia, from Friday until Sunday'. Lea Spine* was In Oe* Moines Monday and Tuesday attending a General Electric convention, Mrs. Mae Harris and daughter, Mary, spent Thanksgiving day at the Milton Glddlngs home In Wesley. Meliar FaOtenhalner entertained at a dinner party at the home of his «lster, Mrs. Gene Murtagh, Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Simpson have moved Into the Norton apartment Mr. Simpson Is a Kennedy & Pardons salesman. Milton Fox plans to leave Monday for Los Angers where he will spend the next four months. Re has a sister living In Los Angeles. Mr. anof MM. Lloyd Mucker, and Mr. and Mw.*H*nry Johannsen, Jr., •were Sunday dinner guests at the 1*0 Thllges home at St Joe. Irving Urdi of theJLong's grocery returned to workjkhejrst of the week after a few ofqrs' iabsence •while 1 Hg had his tonsils" removed. Mr. add Mrs. O. P. Anderson and -J. P. Anderson of Bode were Sunday dinner guests of their daughter -and sister, ^.Mrs. Loren L. terson. Doris Long returned to her teach- ingf dtttt** aWflflama after spending her Thanksgiving vacation with her parents, Mr, and MM. A. L. Long. RitejDo0t«y of. Den Motnes returned BunMy atfer visiting at the home of ntr/pareoU^MiV and Mrs. J. J. Dooley since the previous Wednesday. Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, Mrs. Theo. Hutchison and daughter, Sue, Mrs. Don Nugent and Mrs. M. G. Bourne drove to Das Moines, Tuesday, on business. Mrs. Marguerite Tlnsley, who Is . employed at the Chrischllles store, spent Sunday at her parents' home, Mr.^attd Mrs. B. F. McFarland at West Bend. Rev. M. Fuerstenau, retired minister, has been confined since Friday with a heavy cold. He rooms at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr. Mrs. P. R. Irons arrived Monday morning from Albany, New York, and will visit at the home of her father, Fred Anderson, and the home of her sister, Mrs. V. J. Sands, during the month of Decem- lMr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hanson of Blue tfcrth visited Sunday al the hom*«Mr: and Mrs. Stanley John- fon^jHiManson recently moved to to BHwJBarth from Wisconsin. JwfcijWI Mrs. Charles Norman of WtBrtebago were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard, Thanksgiving day and Friday. Mrs. Barnard Is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Norman. Mrs. Mae Harris and daughter, Mrs. Homer Anderson will attend a meeting of their embroidery club held at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Hansen at Wesley today (Thursday). Mr. and Mrs. M. 3. Duffy nnd their three daughters were guests, Sunday of Mr. arid Mrs. Ferdinand Montag at West Bend. Mr. Duffy and Mrs. Montag are brother and sister. Will Chrlstenson of TLone Rock accompanied Don Hutching and Lyle Reynolds and sons of Algona to Des Moines, Surtday, where they attended an Iowa State Pigeon show. Mrs. A. D. Carnahan was called to Emmetsburg, Monday, because of the serious condition of her daughter, Mary Webster, who has pneumonia and Is in the Emmetsburg hospital. Mr. and Mrs. O. 8, Buchanan and son, Russell, and another son, Allen of Mason City visited Mrs. Buchanan's brother, W. F. Russell and family at Toledo Thanksgiving day and Friday. Mrs. E. C, Sullivan of Mason City visited her sister-in-law, Pauline Van Horn, Tuesday evening. Mrs. Sullivan had come over to attend the parent-teachers' meeting at the Algona high school. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Falrchlld and children and Mr. and Mrs. Emll Hedblom and daughter all of Boone were dinner guests of the H. D. Clapsaddle family, Thanksgiving day. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Hutchln- son and children, Annette and John of Madison, Wisconsin, returned to their home, Sunday, after visiting since Wednesday with the former's mother, Mrs. R, J. Hutchlnson. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown and son, Gordon, were guests Thanksgiving day at the home of Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Gay at Sioux City. Little Gordon Brown, four years old, remained for an extended visit with his grandparents. IOWA TWO FEATURES 21c New. thermostatic controlled ventilating and heating system now installed Wed. ThruJSat., Dec. 1-4 : Top western Second Feature Beverly Roberts plus Hoot Gibson in "The Painted Stallion" Sun.-Mon., Dec. 5-6 Second Feature Tom Brown in "MAN WHO CBIED WOLF" Till Your Bins With Peerless I This Chemacol Processed Coal fires quickly, burns long and leaves little ash. And it really throws out heat. If you have never tried it, order a supply today. Old customers always come back for more. Botsford Lumber Co. •* |»hone 256 Jim Pool Dwtght Parsons returned to Salem, Oregon, Monday, after a visit with his family and friends here Rev. and Mrs. P. 3. Braner and Mrs. Louis Hintz enjoyed their Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Ed Hackbarth. Esther Gellenfeldt spent the week end with her sister, Alice, and friends at Forest City. Alice operates a beauty shop there. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Engte returned Monday morning from Davenport where they had been since Thanksgiving visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mra. Henry Dobson were In Des Moines from Sunday until Tuesday attending a managers' meeting of Swift & Company produce plants. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Fuhrman, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thll- ges and son, Junior of Bode were Thanksgiving guests at the J. P. Thllges home. Mrs. Woodrow Johnson of Irv- ton Is recuperating In the Kossuth hospital following a major surgical operation. She is the daughter of Mrs. Eva Delm. Pat Jensen Joined the Druggists Mutual Ins. Co., force here, Wednesday. He had been employed for the past several years at Kennedy & Parsons here. Hazel Potter, who Is employed at the Iowa State Bank, has moved from the home of Mrs. Joe Cosgrove, and Is now living in the W. E. McDonald home. Mrs. C. H. Creforieyer left Thursday (today) for Oskaloosa and will visit a few days with her brother, William Henry and her nephews, Jack and William Morgan. Esther Pratt returned to Des Moines, Sunday, where she Is attending business college after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt, since Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Agard spent Thanksgiving and the week ed visiting In Minneapolis at the homes of Mrs. Agard's sister, Mrs. George and her mother, Mrs. F. G. Davis. James Anderson of Spencer, Roy Anderson and family of the V. J. Sands family and the Homer Anderson family were guests Thanksgiving day at the Fred Anderson home. Rev. and Mrs. P. 3. Braner and Rev. L. Rlchmann of Burt attended the funeral of Rev. H. W. Schoenlein, pastor of the Hope Lutheran church of Tltonka, which was held Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Tobln of Nashua moved to Algona December 1, and are living In the Dunn cottage east' of the St. Cecelia academy. Mrs. Tobln Is a sister of Mrs. George Holtzbauer. Kate Skinner arrived Wednesday morning to visit her mother, Mrs. Anna Skinner, who is In poor health. Kate Is employed by the Glnn Publishing Company, and has been given a month's vacation. Henry Kohlhaas and Dena Kohlhaas of Uvermore were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas. Henry and Dena are the brother and sister of John Kohlhaas. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoppe and daughter, Marlon, who teaches school at Burt returned to their Al- DRIFTING AWAY From Dentist's Pay (Some Joke We'd Say) (A True Story, Only this Is a poem) By Att» Winifred E. Sarchett Drifting away from my dentist, Because I owe him some pay. And because Old Santa is coming, Nearer and nearer each day. Drifting away from my dentist, There's a big "Horseman" dolly I see In the show wnidow at Gambles I can have for only three. 1 Drifting away from my dentist. For "Ole" has candy forbid, And what that three buck would buy, O boy! I meditate under my lid. Drifting away from my dentist, Farther and farther each day. When Santa and candy take their leave, Then Ole will get his pay. Rev. P. J. Braner visited Rev. H. R. Wrede of Garner Friday afternoon. R. E. Relmers, Fenton, A. D. Brogan, Whittemore, and J. B. Johnston, Algona, attended A regional meeting of the American Life Insurance company nt Mason City, Monday, held ut the Hote> Htnford Dr. S. Porter Miller, a former missionary from China, Japan and Egypt, will preach at the Presbyterian church, Sunday, December 5, at 11:00 a. m. Dr. Miller Is now at Buena Vista College at Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton and children and Mrs. F. S. Norton and daughter, Eleanor, of St. Paul spent Thanksgiving at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Morrow at Audubon. Mrs. Morrow is a daughter of Mrs. F. S. Norton. Because of unseen developments the services of the local Congregational church will still be held this Sunday in the local library. All * n ~t i.r i r , - [departments of the church school family of Waterloo, lnc i udlng the primary will meet in ,ds familv nnd th* their U8 Sal places In the library. The Rev. F. C. Volske of Coming will fill the pulpit of the Baptist church here Sunday. Previous to his Corning pastorate he served at Danville. He Is a graduate of the Northern Baptist Seminary of Chicago, is 33 years old, and married. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Moffatt and son, Dennis, came from Des Moines Sunday, for a visit with Mrs. Moffatt's sister and family, Mrs. Loren L. Larson. Mrs. Moffatt and son remained and are visiting at the Larson home for the remainder of the week. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Bredall will drive to Rochester, Minnesota, on Sunday where Mr. Bredall will go through the Mayo clinic. His health has been bad for the past month. Mr. Bredall's mother from near Sioux City will come to Algona to stay with the Brodall daughter, Dennise, during her parents' ab sence. Mr. Bredall Is employed by the McCormlck-Deerlng Company. Gertrude Zender, daughter ol Frank Zender, and a student at Clarke college at Dubuque Is getting considerable recognition in the gona home Sunday after a visit since Thanksgiving with; their son and wife, Mr,- and Mrs. Manley Hoppe at Molina, Illinois. The representatives of the Lutheran congregations of the Algona circuit met Sunday evening in the church parlors of the Trinity Lutheran church to discuss the budget for 1938. The Rev. R. Kabelitz of Fenton presided. Twelve delegates attended. Mrs. Harold Brandt and Mrs. H. C. Anderson drove to Crystal Lake Friday to attend a shower given in honor of the latter's sister, Mrs. O. P. Nelson, who will be remembered by Algonians as Phyllda Sonerholm. The shower was held at the Methodist church. Junior Thllges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thllges of Bode celebrated his sixth birthday, November 26 at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Thilges. Junior Is attending school at the St. Cecelia academy and making his home with his grandparents. Mrs. Alice Rinderknecht of Cedar Rapids visited at the Ben Ingebretson home and with Swea City relatives during the past two weeks. Sunday, Mrs. Rinderknecht and Ben IngebreUon left for Cedar iapids, where Mra. IngebreUon will visit her. The women are cousins. Mrs. Slamle Wlnkel, daughter, Frances and William Podds returned home Sunday evening from Iowa City, after spending Thanksgiving md' the week end with Mr. and Ara. George Lacina. Mrs. Laclna will be remembered as Lavina Wincel, daughter of Mra. Mamie Winkel. Sirs. Kattieriue McEvoy and Mrs. Eva Deim took their respective sons, Mauric e and John to Minneapolis Sunday where they will attend Dunwoodie Institute. They will live with Wjade Hansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hansen, who has been a student there for the past three months. Mr. and Mra. D. P. Smith and son, Donnie, will drive to Fort Dodge, Sunday night to hear the religious pageant "The Messiah". Mrs. Everett Martin of Rockwell will sing the alto solo parts. She was the first physical training teacher In Algona and will be remembered as Winifred Albany. In a card received by the Algona Upper Des Moines from E. W. Van Dorston of Armstrong, Mr. Van Dorston reporU that he and his wife arrived in Sarasota, Florida, Saturday, and are located for the winter in Hotel Foinsetta. This U their eighth winter in Sarasota and their twelfth winter in Florida. Mr. and Airs. Andrew Godfredson took the latter's granddaughter, Donna Jean Reeves to Lake Mills, Sunday, where she makes her home with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Samp. Lowell Samp, son of Mrs. Godfredson, returned with them, after spending his Thanksgiving vacation with the Lowell Samp and Kennetn Samp families. Autone Johnson, djatriet agent for the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, gave the program at the Emmetsburg Woman's club, Monday afternoon. His subject was "What Every Woman Likes to Know About Life Insurance." He was superintendent of t&o. Bnunfltobunr, school from 1922 to 1839, whan he went into the life Dubuqua papers for her vocal work. November 1, Gmttude tang Gounod's "Ave Maria" at the Nativity church, and Armistice Day she sang a vocal solo, Fritz Krelsler's "Cradlt Song." Another article describee her as "golden voiced", the selection being Handel's "Care Selve." Will Power of North Lawrence, New York, spent, last week visiting at the home of his stepson, Jesse Hill and family. Sunday as a co-jrt- eay to their guest, Mr. and Mrs. Hill entertained the John Smith and Oscar Johnson families, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Titus and Will Mantle all of Hutchlns" at dinner. Afternoon visitors who joined the group were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kirschbaum of Ayrshire and Mr. nnd Mrs. Grover Reed and daughter, Frances of Algona. John Haggard In recovering from an Illness which attacked him last Friday shortly after his wife had left with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thurston for their home in Virginia, Minnesota, for a visit. She returned home immediately and has been caring for John at the M. P. Haggard home. The M. P. Haggards lave been at Carroll with their daughter, Barbara, for the past few days. Barbara is reported to be get- Ing along fairly well at the hospital there from the auto accident which broke both of her legs. She will not be able to be brought home 'or several weeks. WILLIAM FBH, 59,WHITTEMORE. PASSED MONO AY Wife and 6 Children Survive; Kites Held Wednesday Whittemore: Local citizens were orry to learn of the death of Wm. Thomas Fish, 59, who died at his home at Whittemore, November 29, 1937. William Fish was born at Sensea, owa, May, 12, 1878. He received ils early education at Seneca and Algona and later on he taught chool for several years. On June 4, 1901, he was united In marriage o Maude Shaeffer at Lone Rock. Eight children were born to this union. For three years, Mr. and Mrs. fish farmed in the Seneca neigh- >orhood and they then moved to roquols, S. D., where they farmed or six years. From South Dakota hey moved to Burt, where he was employed by the J. H. Graham Implement Co. In 1919, Mr. tTish pur- ihased an Implement firm at Lone Rock, where he and his family eslded for 11 years when he pur- hased the Whittemore Implement Co. In 1930. p ...^ _ He leaves to mourn his death, his Yratz and Mr. and Mrs" WUHaniWet wife and six children. Two child- en, Ilo Elizabeth and Homer pre- eded him in death. His children .re: Otis of West Bend; Francis of Cornell, WIs.; Harriett of Valley 3lty, N. D.; Harlan of Seattle, Washington; Fred of the CCC at Bancroft and John at home. Be- Ides the above he also leaves four isters, Mrs. Richmond and Mrs. S. Lanning of Algona, Mrs. W. Smith f Swea City, and Mrs. Junking of Cinmundy, 111. Funeral services were held at Jurt Wednesday afternoon at two I'clock. Brother of Joseph Loebach, Whittemore, Died Sunday A. M. Whittemore: Mr. and Mra. Joe Loebach, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Salz and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kollnsrh of here left Sunday morning for Lenore, HI., to attend the funeral of Mr. Loebnch's brother, Hanry. Mr. Loebach died in a hospital at Spring Valley. III., from pneumonia, which developed following an appendicitis operation two weeks ngo. Wm. Meyer Guest* Thursday dinner guest at the William Meyer home were: Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and three sons of Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer and son, Roland, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer, Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher and two sons, Mr. and Mrs. H. \V. Behnke. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Jessen and Rnlph. Myrtle Barber and Herman Behnke, all of here, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb and son. Duane of Lotts Creek. lly, Mr. and Mrs. Art Heldenwith and son, Ellsworth and Ralph Seb- crs and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Volgt and family. Miss Mathilda Wagner of Chicago Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mathilda Wagner of here. Miss Verna Emnnuel of Yankton. 4 Have Birthdays A number of relatives and friends gathered at the Henry Schultz home Friday evening to help Mrs. Schultz, her son. George and her twin daughters, Edna Schultz and Mrs. Herbert Potratz celebrate their birthdays. Cards were played and lunch was served. Those who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Poel of Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. enry Kuecker, Mr. and Mrs. Leonrd Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. George !eyer and Helen, Mr. and Mrs. erman Meyer and Gertrude, Mr. nd Mrs. William Meyer and fam- Mrs. Geo. Hanselxnan Hostess to LuVerne Club on Tuesday Lu Verne: The Progressive Woman's club met at the country home of Mrs. Geo. Hanselman, Tuesday afternoon. There were ten members and two guesta, Mrs. L. Wittenberg and Hulda Fritzerneier in attendance. The influence of Books upon American Public Opinion was the topic under discussion. Mrs. J. L. Lichty read a paper on "Why Good Fiction Give* Us ft Better Understanding of Human Nature." Mesdames Cecil Huff, Chandos Smith, Ray Stone and Gee. Tiede gave book jacket reviews of the following books, "The Old Ashland Place", "This is My Story", The Outward Room" and "The Home Place." Mrs. Jennie Philips, Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips and the Paul Phillips were guests at a surprise birthday dinner for Harold Philips at Dows, Sunday. Mr». Bartlett Hostess Mrs. Ralph Bartlett entertained ler Sunday School class at her lome Saturday afternoon. The children reviewed their memory work, and played games. Lunch was served. Those present were: 'forma Lee and Maxine Reimers, Orville and Dorothy Hurlburt, Maxne and Marilyn Laldley, Doris and Jelores Rochleau, Jessie Aman, Smma Lou Simpson and Leon Benschoter. Billy Bargman was absent. Wed 25 Years Mr. and Mra, George Fandel of 5*ern Valley township, celebrated .heir 25th wedding anniversary at heir home' Thanksgiving evening. Those who helped them' celebrate were: Mr. Fandel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Fandel, Mr. and Mrs. Will Fandel, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fandel, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fandel, Mrs. Emma Hllbert, all of Whittemore, Rev. Father Fandel, assistant pastor at Remsen, Mr. and Mrs. Art Fandel at Burt, Mr. and Mrs Joe J. Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. Geo Kohl, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Kohl of Algona and .Dorothy Fandel of C* dar Rapid*. They r«c«lved a ches of silver aa an anniversary gift. Paul Urlch was a Mason City business caller, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bartlett and Bud spent Thanksgiving with the H. A. Barletts at Manly. Miss Alma Elbert and Raymond Abbas of Davenport spent the week nd at the Simon Elbert home. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cavanaugh were Thursday dinner guests at he Bert Gotch home In Humboldt. Mra. Adolph Nass and Charles Ittle son of Mr. and Mrs. Werner Braatz, were on the sick list last week. t Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck and children and Mr. and Mrs. P. L, Jessen were Sunday evening din- ler guests at the Walter Struecker iome. Week end visitors at the Jim Celao home here were: Jim and Catherine Kelso, Lorraine Peters, Uchard Berhends, Jean Hatchell and Robert Ohland, all of Daven- lort. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Struecker drove to Fairmont, Minn., Monday .o visit at the John Rabe home They were accompanied home by Grandma Struecker of West Bend vho has been at the Rabe home for the past six weeks. Mrs. Otto Zabel and family o •Vauwatosa, WIs., Mr. and Mrs. Geo Zabel, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Zabe and children and Mrs. James Burn ette of Milwaukee, WIs., left for their home Sunday after having spent a few days last week with the Louis Braatz family and other relatives here. Thanksgiving dinner guests a the Nick Reding home were: Mrs Lucy Wagner and son, Nicholas anc Adeline Erpeldmg, Mr. and Mrs. Or ville Wagner and daughter, Elaine Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner, Mr and Mrs. Ted Wagner and daughte Carol, all of Bode; J. B. Reding am family and Mr. and Mrs. Georg Wagner and family of Irvington Mr. and Mrs. Ed Besch and daugh ter, Janice of here. Miss Falling Limb By Narrow Margin Irvington: Mrs. Herman Becker and child recently escaped what might have been a very serious accident. During a hard wind storm some time ago a limb from u large cotton wood tree fell on the electric high line in front of the Beckers' home. Mr. Becker and his hired man tried to remove the limb, but it was lodged in such a manrer between the wires that it could not be removed. One day as MM. Becker was returning to the hoii^e after getting hai mail the getting bar mail the limb blew down just a* she had crossed the path beneath the line. Needless to *ay mother and child were both somewhat brightened. Ben Terhune on Mail Route 27 Yrs Irvington: Ben Terhune, loca mail carrier, is now completing years of active service i rcnyr, years of service in carrying th mails on the rural route out Irvington. Lewis Scheppman Is th assistant carrier and for months of January and February, Mr. Ter hune has secured a leave of ab acnce from the government an Lewis will act as local carrier. R. A. Bartlett and John Ftefc were at St. Paul Monday evening on business. * .,-» i» The LuVeme basket**!! boys' and girls' teams played in the public school here Tuesday evening. The LuVerne teams won both games. The boys' score was 30 to 22. The girls' score was 43 to SL Basketball Algona -VS.— LuVerne 7:30 Tuesday, December 7 H. S. GYMNASIUM Also tentative second game. Admission 25c—20c TUiy season ticket of Junior C. of C. members- Adults 8 events, 91.25 -i« 1 J HOOD'S IG A STORE Hospital News Kowuth Hospital Thursday, November 25—Mrs. Oscar Peterson of Swea City entered (or medical treatment. Saturday, November 27—Mrs. Woodrow Johnson of Irvington, major surgery. Saturday. November 27—Arthur Lewis ol Algona entered for major surgery. Tuesday. November 30—John Herman of Algona, medical patient Wednesday, December 1—V. A. Spear, of Algona, accident victim. Phone 355 4 free deliveries daily Algona, Iowa Specials Friday Saturday and Monday Sugar fine granulated 10 Ibs. 49c Olives, 18K Stuffed . -2f oz. lOc Dill Pickles full quarts 19c Tomato Juice, No. 5 can 21c Cherries, red pitted No. 5 can 35c Pineapple, br. sli. No. 2& can 22c Salmon. IG A Med. red tal can 25c Cream Cereal, IGA box 15c Matches, IGA 6 boxes 19c Baking Soda, IGA 1 Ib. pkg. 7c Swt. Milk Chocolate i Ib. bar 17c Hershey's Bak. Choc. 2 pkgs. 25c Hershey's Cocoa lib tin 2 for 23c 49 Ib. bag 169 Omar Flour 49 ft 1.79 Gold Nugret 49 & 1.23 "!K tl Cake Flour, IGA __lg. box 23c Imitation Vanilla 8 oz. bottle lOc Currants, IGA 9oz. pkg. 15c Figs White Calif 8 oz pkg 2—19c Mince Meat, IGA .9 oz. pkg. lOc Chocolate Cherries _ 1 Ib. box 25c Hard Mix Candy 2 lb.25c Filld Hard Candy Ib. 19c Oatmeal I. G. A. quick or regular large box 15c Pancake Flour Rival 31 Ib pg 15c IGA Dawn Tissue ..3 rolls 17c Syrup, Dark _-_10 Ib. pail 49c BLUE "G"' COFFEE 9 inch Dinner Plate or Cup & Saucer with each Ib. — OQp "*'*Mixed Nuts, new ____ ,_ _lb. 20c Walnuts, large budded _ _ Ib. 23c Milk, Fargo, tall 3 cans 20c | Pork-Beans, V. C, tall 2 cans 17c Catsup Ige. 14 oz. bottle ___9c Nc 10 •w Crop California Med. 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