Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 19, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 19, 1931
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tportant Change in Service Effective [Sunday, Feb. 22 far full particulars ask local agent [MILWAUKEE ROAD [nOMANLOST 114 POUNDS OF FAT One 8fi Cent Hottlo of Kruschen Salts Did It I am starting on my second bot- fof Kruschen Salts and am real Led with results. I take it for Icing and so far have lost 14 kids and I think It Is doing won- for me. I do not feel so tired i when I get home from generous bottle of Kruschen js that lasts 4 weeks costs but Icnts at E. W. Lueby's or any \slore In America—take one half boon In a glass of hot water ev- J morning. before breakfast—cut •pastry and fatty meats—go light potatoes, buttL>r, cream and ^sugar •at will help Kruschen take off \ fat. Wore the bottle is empty sur- J fat Is leaving you—indolence Igcs to activity — you'll i feel per—eyes will brighten —- step Is spry. Millions know, this—• I ought to know it. Kruschen Is is the Ideal treatment for con- ttioii, Indigestion, headaches, •onsncss and acidity, ike Kruschen every morning— •he little daily dose that does it Inot joyfully satisfied after the I bottle—money back. FENTON BEATS BANCROFT IN OVERTIME TILT ^ton/Fob. .17 - Ft-nton dpfpi.t- ed Bancroft In n . defensive bnu le here last week Tuesday night For, ton took the lead at t^c Htnrt ami held a n-3 advantage nt half. R™ croft fallen to get a fiel,].^, a ™, in e the half. In tl.e second h t 1 ' -^^^^^"^^P^^^^ low/ !c a Mile COACH FARE [Reduction of Nearly l/ 2 between W«S,AMlS,JEWlll,WIMm r /UGll GROVE, COiOrillO »l»«nd Intirmcdiat* Point* f advantageof this sensational ictioninrail fare. Lowest '"of all forms of transpor- ij; a savings of 44% over rtramfate. Children half fc Wge-50lbs.onfuUfare K2? Ibs. on half fare ticket. tied -at 12-12. At the ond O f the tegular playing time the score was 14-14. In overtime, p! Uy Glaus of Fenton,, was substituted for'oe'ron- Bin and on the first tip-off he got a basket. Bancroft came back wUh a | bnsket from mid-court, and Krauso then made one from the side to end the scoring. Krause was high-point man for the winners, with ifl points- Carmen* for Bancroft, with .5. The same night the local girls' team defeated the Bancroft girls ITJI- Fonton holding the lend throughout the game nnd having a 13-7 lead llt the half. ~E. 1j. Ilnlly is ]|(>| ( | A sub-district iSpworth j^ague ra ly was held at the Fenton Methodist church a week ago Monday evening. Leagues came at 7 p m' and 140 registered. After supper the group met In the auditorium for the usual business and program The program consisted of cello and' Piano music by Bertha and Virginia Huskamp.jrenton; guitar duct, Ma- Fenton; Fenton; jf the 1C. L. were given by speakers score; Elvira Wehrspann, low. A. two-courso luncheon with ratrlo- «c decorations wa a served P iMt In r^'*" 1 * 1 Bnlhns m °ved lore «£ k | Weilne «'^y to .the Theo- vHlo uf k , W f n £, farm ' CMt ot Fair- u"rc f " Bleckwen ". Who lived llio T r 'T 0 !! to N «*nwka, and 'toco v *M A , fl ! e!IC1 ' s w" 1 have the "•1(0 vacate,! by the Bruhns This '« <now n as the II. F . Bohn ' f ™« M, '• ! , 1 , n " Mrs - M ^"n Aldersonnnd *"s. Clarence Theesflel,] spent the «ock.ena at Do.s Moines vising he f"i nor'H son Raymond, and the lat JgQSSUttt COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA , had oon caring weeks. Mrs. her two Tlie 'he Tjft n-ccompnnled , We' and Florence Laubs, reading, Lawrence Glaus, and talks O n phrases r, speaers of different towns. The Fenton high school orchestra ployed, nm , ,, n ln . tereirting talk was given bv Schenk of Estherville. Tlie •Mr. Snyder led l n various i " bo h They stop- and 'called •• Fire I>aniages Fnirville ...,,..... st _ A defective chimney Is blamed for a fire which damaged the Rev. D. H, Stahmor home, a t Falrvllle Friday evening. The family was returning from Davenport, where the Stahmers had visited several days and they noticed the blaze. In tlie direction of their home. ped at a farm house „„„ L . lule(1 neighbors, but the fire had too much headway to b e put out before much damage had been done to the bulia- ng and furnishings. A neighbor boy had been tending the furnace while the SUihmers 'wer e away. Forwards Meet Saturday— The February meeting of Ui 0 Fenton F^nvards wns helcl .Saturday af ternoon at Gladys Stoeber'.s with 13 present. The program was roll call How to remove spots; demonstra tlon, correct way of pressing woo and silk, by Ella Dreyer; talk clothes protection and storage, Mar jorie Bailey; correct posture, 'l-Iaze Welsbrod. Alice Dreyer gav.e a demonstration o n making anc l cut ting a smock after a new pattern and members made use of the pattern. Lunch was served. Woman's Club to Buy Trays- Mrs. E. C. Welsbrod and Mrs H. C. Lindsey were hostesses at a Woman's club meeting last week Tuesday afternoon at the AVeisbrod home. Roll call was answered with current events. Papers were read: Women Lincoln Loved, Mrs. Bertha Ohm; Women of the White House— Mrs. Calvin Coolidg.e and Mrs. Herbert Hoover, by Mrs. Esther Prank. It was voted to buy trays for the club's use. A two course lunch was served. B. n. WhltoH v - Mr. Snydcr ty Saturday morning. The rtny '° H VlS ' tGcl rel!lllvc » till Sun 1 IMIlor and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz •'"<! Air. and Mrs. R C . Weisbrod tallied their bridge club Friday nt the Welsbrod homo. The "iKh^eoro W! ,s won by F. P. Nowc ,. Mr''' "; nrt 1 ' Irs - I'-'l Welsbrod nnd Mi. nmi M,. u L,. R Sch]ol Paso, where she will remain for the rest of the winter In the Inter est of her health,, , nn d ATt- r. 1 i 11 , *IWI.TIJIUU HUM Mi. fechlelH brother, Henry Schlel, 'it Klenimc,.Friday. n/rV ] P' >Stoel>? '" »nd sons Wilfred, °t Fenton and Oliver, of Armstrong to Minneapolis Friday to at- n hardware convention. They . future , rf p Tot/an. <TH WESTERN RAILWAY" this electric * clock Fenton Loses to Whittcmorc— Fenton's high school basketball teams played a double-header with Whittemore there Friday night. Whittemore won both games. The local girls lost 50-G and the boys lost 16-116. . Two of Fenton's players were not allowed to play because they had broken training rules. Quilt is Given as Valentine— Mrs. Chris Ruske and Mrs. w, J. Welsbrod were Joint hostesses at a quiltine bee a t the Ruske home last Thursday. Eight women attended. Lunch was served. A quilt which the women made was presented to Mrs. C. F. C. Laage as a valentine gift. LaiiKerman Buried Here- John Langerman, who was taken to Cherokee for treatment a few weeks ago, died Saturday of apoplexy. The body was brought to Fenton Sunday morning. Funeral services were conducted at the St. John's Lutheran church Tuesday, Grandparents Twice in Week- Mr, and Mrs. H. B. Reimers became grandparents twice last week by the arrival of a son at the Raymond Reimers home at Kingrsted will return Tuesday. Mrs. Arthur Voight and Mrs J'l-ank McFall were hostesses to the young married folks Sunday school (•lass at the .Methodist church parlors Friday night. Air. nnd Mrs. Truman Johnson vis- 110(1 Mrs. Johnson's parents Mr '•"d Mrs. ir a . Bromley, at Lake View •Saturday and Sunday. Frank Bailey was confined to his •home with tonsllltls last week. Mrs K. A. AVeisbrod helped at th c Bailey storo | n his absence. Mr. am i Mrs. Charles Barnhardt, "I High Lake, are visiting the John Arbogasts. Mrs. Barnhardt is Mr. Arbogast's sister. Mr and Mrs. o. O. Schmidt and «m 1- orrest, of Buffalo Center were suests at the W. R. W olfe home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Krause enter"lined 2» at cards Friday evening in honor O f Mrs. Krauso's birthday. Clara and Mable Osiancl, of Althe The Rev. Mr. Snyde,- attended Hie ministers' ,-etreat at Algona Mon'-'".v and Tuesday. •'• V. Xewol attended a hardware dealers convention at 0es Moines •last Thursday. Homaine Stransberry, former Fenion teacher now at Nashua, was a xvock-end visitor. Kdna Lnurlfcen. Whittemore fpent last week with the Dr. J T Waites. , gona. .were Sunday guests' at Charles AVeisbrod home. LONE ROCKERS ARE HOSTS AT B, B,JOURNEY Lone Rock, Feb. 17 _ The Kos- •suth girls' basketball tournament will be held here this week Friday nnd Saturday. The schedule follows; Bancroft vs. AVesley, 2:30 p, m. Friday; Seneca v.s. Ledyard, 3-30 p m Friday; winners O f these games will play at 2:30 p. m. Saturday. Lu Verne vs. Lo ne Rock, 7-30 p m. Friday; Whittemore vs. Fenton, S:30 p. m. Friday; winners play at 3:30 p. m. Saturday. The winners of thei two games Saturday afternoon will play th'e finals at 8 o'clock Saturday evening Season adult tickets are $1.25; and =1 cents for school pupils; single imes ar 35 and 25 cents. A half-size gold basketball with Kossulh County Girl Champions engraved on it will be awarded the winning team, and second best team will receive the basketball used in the games. O. F. Moore, of Laurens vill referee. ' The fifth and sixth grades had a valentine party Friday. Family to Iiidlnnii— The Tom Snodgrass family has returned to the O id home In Indiana from whence they came to Iowa They had moved to Minnesota last spring. I'-ormer Hnrbor Hospital Patient- Maxino Keans, Sioux City, visited thioo days last week at the Mrs. L. M. Hawks' home. She returned to Herman Bau's last week Thurs- Fnrcwell f or tlie She"ppinans_ The Lutheran Aid gave a surprise farewell party Friday night in hon° "i of the Sheppman family which moves to Ivlngton son. Other Lone Rock. The George Pettlts entertained at a card party Friday evening, the "<""'- Prlebes, Ea Prl ebes, Osca? John Sparks, Estel Acker- Umsteds, and F. R. Last week Wednesday evening the John Spranks entertained at "500" the Estel Aekermans, Glen Burts of Armstrong, Frank Flaigs, and William Oodies, o f Bancroft Mary Knlss, of Lanark, 111., came Saturday to visit th e Conrad Halms C. M. Gen riches. a S ' Ster of Mrs ' A Mrs the Hnhns. ' of Spencer, is also visiting . The R T. Angus fani'IIy entertain- dinner Sunday Lawrence Bertha and Evelyn ' Newbrough, Shnser and AIbert ' Supt. L. E. Godfrey, Coach George •Manus, Mil o Tarbell and Malnard Oenrich attended a boys' basketball tournament at Ayrshire Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Roderick and Mr. and Mrs. William Fischer, of ntonka, Chevrolet dealers attended a convention at Spencer Friday. The Andrew Thompsons spent the week-end with relatives at Hildreth Pettit took care of -sto.ck while they were gone. Royal, the • .T IIV,!^ fcUJllC. Dslbert Hanna, Everett House- holdre, and Ernest Hutchlnson checked over the creamery books luesday. Paul Rath, W ho has been working near Algona, returned to his home at Buffalo Lake, Minn., Sunday. Hugo AVorthington arrived home Sunday from Mallard, where he has been assisting his brother' Enos O n the oil truck. George Miller has commenced .'*<•*> l-vllllll,J work on his new brick house. R K Padgett has "contracted for the Job. L. R. Roderick and E. AT. Jensen attended a vigilante meeting at Al- gonn .last week Thursday evening t, i , F ', Pave > r - stat e organizer of the blacksmiths association, was at Frank Flaig's Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Glen keeper's sister, Edna Buchan, of Fairmont, Is visiting the Leepors and Harry Rahns. Chip Sharp gave a carnival .skate here last AVodnesda.y, and Gladys Stebrltz won first prize. An aunt of Henry Hartwell, from the state here this week. attending col h ° me ° Ver lege at Cedar Falls, the week-end. Mrs. Carl Zo iler and children, of Hogs S^rdar^ VlSlt6d MendS here The Charles Shultz family, Smet, 8. "- • here. Mrs. William Thompson entertain- club Thursday. TT i tl, — M-nunraay. ana secretary-treasurer 4 Ch ' nson ' Chicago, visit- The chapter voted to Ll firiTCJ TV/TrtM>Jn-.» . ed his parents Monday Doris Bla sewing club _ „. Coach George Manus was week with flu. SWEA GITYANS ATTEND SYNOD MEEHOR Y,P, Swea City, Feb. 17—Lloyd Anderson and Hazel Lundqulst represented the Luther League at the fourth bi-annual Christian conference ot young people ot the Augustana Synod at Gustavus Adolphus college, St. Peter, Afinn., last week Wednesday and Thursday. The Rev. Mr. Swan- Bon attended also, and he says concerning the conference: There are but four main colleges belonging to this synod: one at Hock Island, 111.; one In Kansas; one In New Jersey; and the one at St.. Peter. This conference Includes the entire United States. The first conference was held at Rock Island. Five years later another was held at the same place. It was then voted that In future a conference be held every two years. Accordingly one held In Kansas two years ago. Swanson left St. Peter before arrangements were made for the next conference, but It wn.s understood that it would be held In New Jersey. One thousand delegates were at St. Peter, representing 24 states. The young people were divided into eight groups for study of different topics under able leaders till 11 a. m. dally. From It to 12, inspirational meetings were held. In the afternoon business and recreational meetings were held, and every even- Ing an inspirational meeting, main theme of the meetings ,.™ God's Calling. Some of the ablest speakers of the Lutheran church in the U. S. and Canada spoke. If. 8. Declmn Tuesday was Mr. The was The high school will have Its home declamatory contest at the H. S. auditorium this week Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. The following young people will contest: Oratorical — I Am Innocent of This Blood, Kenneth Erickson; Lincoln, a Man Called of God, Ralph Stockman. Dramatic — Peter and the Angels, Lois James; The White Hands of Telham, Doris Jenson; Pro Patria, Maynard Jensen; The Show Must Go On, Dencil Stockman. Humorous — Jane, Luella Jenson; China Blue Eyes, Frances Kuchynka; Jimmy Jones Studies Geography, Charles Peterson; The Penitent, Alpha Simmons. JfJfjht School Em] Approaches— The night school last week. Monday evening was well attended. Muriel Body, county home demonstration agent, gave a talk to mothers on school lunches, advocating at least one hot dish. She also advised building that dish with milk and eggs. At this week's meeting all lessons will be reviewed, and next Monday night there will be a banquet and graduation exercises. At last week's meeting, the men discussed the hog market. R. M. is visiting Hoell, Mason City manager of the Iowa Livestock Co-operative associ ation, was here this week Monday and Get the Most on How Can We Money from Our New .Game Bill Is TTrped— •The local Dilg League chapter held its annual meeting Friday evening. C. O. Peterson and L. C Knutson were veelected president and secretary-treasurer respectively." send tele- jrams to Rep. Bonstetter and Sen- the ator Patterson in Des Moines asking support for a bill now before the ill all legislature to appoint a commission of five non-salaried men to head the fish and game department, the commission to name the state game warden, the aim being to keep the office out of politics. Week Is Crowded Socially— Swea City women were busy last week, serving as hostesses or guests at social affairs. JJosdames Bravender and Bovls entertained 20 women Friday night at bridge. Mrs. August Peterson, the same evening, entertained ten women and ten men at rook and 500. Mrs. Richard Berg entertained 20 women Friday afternoon at bridge, and Mrs. H. F. Winter entertained a few friends Friday afternoon. Mrs. Hewitt entertained the Thursday club and guests last Thursday afternoon. Ijiitlicr Longnc Prog-rum Given— At a Luther League meeting last Thursday i^enlng a program was given: song, audience; scripture and prayer, the Rev. Raymond Swanson; Sketch of Lincoln's Life, Clarence Roba; eolo, Florence Johnson; reading, Bertha Larson; song, male quartet; talk on Edison and his inventions, George AVallentine. Fifty young people attended. A business meeting and a social meeting followed the program. Former Mildred Tohlielm Uercnved_ Relatives at Grant Center received word last Thursday of the death of James Jr., little son of Mr. and Mrs. James Silliman, of Winterset. The boy, who was born October 18, 1029, had drowned in a small fish pond .in the yard at his home that morning. Mrs. Silliman, who was Milder Tokheim, is well known at Grant Center. Martin and Theodore Tokheim, of Grant, attended the funeral Saturday. Musical Contest Is Planned— Swea City is sending a junior chorus and a woman's quartet to a music contest at Fenton this week Tuesday evening. Mrs. J. H. Warner, Mrs. William Thompson, Mrs. H. F. Winter, and Mrs. Buell Pearson comprise the quartet. There will be representatives from Estherville, IDolliver, Grant, Graettlnger, Armstrong, and Fenton. Free Conking School Is On— The Swea City Herald is putting on a free cooking school in the American Legion hall February 1920-21. Clara Alden Spence, nationally known expert, is to be here. The Herald put on a similar school several months ago, and it was largely attended. Many women are looking forward to the one this week. Three Toe Houses Filled— Ole Nolan filled his ice house last week. He obtained his supply from Silver Lake. The Rwea ^Mty Poultry Co. had its ice house filled from the name source, D. H. Redhead doing the hauling. ,T. L. Kelsey is filling a barn for his own use. Other Swea City. Buell Johnson, Forrest Hanifan and Ray Smith, of the Swea City Poultry company, drove to Sumnei one day last week to attend a conference of the Wescott & Winks organization, of which the Swea City poultry plant 'is part. Lloyd Anderson went with them as far as Mason City, where he visited Milton Holcomb. , Mr. and Mrs. Brocksus, Waterloo, visited at Frank Thomson's last week, and Marion Thomson accompanied them to Waterloo to visit her grandmother and other relatives. Mrs. Brocksus is Mrs. Thomson's sister. June Thomson went to Hudson Monday to visit her sister Lucille, music teacher therei CONSIDERING THE POPULA- tion of its territory,' the Advance covers its field more completely than the Chicago Tribune or any other daily. paper covers its own territory. 45tf last Thursday morning, and a son at John Gerhardt's at Hurt day morning. Fri- 1*3$&£*S&: **9dc Alfred Ble^kwenns to Nebraska- Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe entertained at two tables of "'500" in honor of "Mr. and Mrs. Alfred BJeck- wenn last week Tuesday evening. Ths Bleckwenns left Saturday for their itew home in Nebraska. Teachers Valentine Party Guests— Supt, Q. D. Bclken and Principal E. p. White, assisted by Mrs. Belken and Mrs. white, entertained the rest pf the schools faculty at a valentine party at the Belken. home last week, Wednesday night. Huldorf fs Seven Tears Wed— Mr. 'and Mrs. Wilbert Huldorff celebrated their seventh, wedding anniversary by entertaining the Frank McPaU family and Mrs. (Jarrie Yolgnt; a4(} children Saturday evening, ' Methodist Aid Meets Tomorrow— The Methodist ^ja meets a t the church parlors this 'Friday after- Won. Mrs. Wilbert Huldorff , Mrs. Eteje Jafinson, Wrs.' Carl JCern, and Mrs. pjjiHlip Waflder are hostesses. •'',• .,0t!w,r l^i^tt News, Mj:. aad Mrs, WWt«r Krause entertained at tlje Fred Jentz home «Anx» Meets Wednesday— The Legion Auxiliary held Its regular monthly meeting lost week AVednesday. Flowers were sent to a -sick member and were furnished fo r the funeral of John Kerr, who was the father of Merle Kerr, for whom the local post was named. A birthday box was started In December, and 'members donate on the month In which their birthday comes. Mention was made of a radio program over AVHO this Friday from 3:45 to 4 o'clock, when Mrs. Dubbert, state president on National Defense, will speak. Mrs. Roy Jensen and Tena Jensen served refreshments. at Banquet Given— Father and Son banquet Mff>, Pre,d Jacobs^ Whitt»- ,a4"£KraV9 Jentz were bigh wJpnfF* s«d iMrs. F- F. Claries JleWl wop the _ _ftw«Bjtg Vr0 served, C"» 10» j^ujoophr^y o^d, Mr§« ,,_,, e-t'flve - _ yapr-f ™*iss9is* _ yyj-j &*&v- -JSW^f^J^'f i^mm^-m&m*- M™ the school lost week Wednesday evening was attended by 73. The prp- gram was recitation, Brotherly Love, Letha Bilsborough; song, One Fleeting Hour, girls glee club; talk, men and boys, the Rev, S. M. Gladstone; recitation, The Car painter, Lillian Angus; song, Lassie of Mine, girls' glee club; violin solo, Mllo Tarbell. After the program basketball was played and a lunch served, Declum Contestant Terr Sick — Gladys, 16-year-old daughter of the William Nelsons, is srlously 111 with pneumonia and appendicitis. She was judged as first In the declamatory contest, but since her illness, Lillian Angus, alternate Is taking her place. Blancimrd Enlarging Store— J. 'M. Blanchard Is having his hardware store enlarged with a 24x40 addition at the rear of the store. It will be used as a store room or warehouse. W. T. Kennedy and Fred Rath are doing the work. Legion Auxiliary Party Touigut— The Legion Auxiliary entertains at a card party In the haH this Thursday evening a email sum will be charged, for expenses ' and a supper will be served after the games. Heat Fork Pierces Hand— •Mrs. Harvey Rath toad a painful accident Saturday when she- ran a meat fork through, her hand while canning meat. Mrs. Job» Ratfc bus been assisting with the work since-, Final Reductions r ~~~~ V Entire Remaining Winter ¥ Stocks Grouped For _ Instant Closeout! E A R A N C 17 COATS Worth up to $19.50 NOW S COATS Worth up to $29.50 NOW 47 DRESSES Worth up to $6,95 NOW $15.00 $5.00 8 DRESSES Worth up to $12.75 1 •-•' ••. •' ' ' ";NOW : ' $7.95 PAGE THREB HO r A lEM™ DR. F. E. SAWYER thoron * h " «OHT SPECIALIST ALGONA, The Corner Grocery and Meats Try our home baked veal loaf, just like mother makes, Ib. 350 Baked pork loaf, Ib. 390 Minced ham, Ib. 20c,and 25c Pressed ham, Ib. '_ 28c Wieners, Ib. _ 20c~and~23c Braunschweiger, Ib. : 3Q C Bologna, Ib. nc, 2 for 25c Spare ribs, Ib. i5 C Pork roast, Ib. gOc and 25c Pork sausage, Ib. - _ _ ,J5 C Hamburger, Ib. ____ N ~~_I~"I~~ I_Il5c Lard, 2 Ibs. II_III___25c Come in and look over our Bargains in Groceries. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Bring us your eggs. H. R. Sorensen & Co. PHONE 139 PHca tubjeet to changa dtptnding upon in wholmmal* mmrk*t pricam. PRICE of FOOD Today . These prices are provided by the Great Atlantic Si Pacific Tea Company as a buying guide to housewives. Prices shown in the first column are in effect at A Si P Food Stores February 20th and 21st. BUTTER, FRESH CREAMERY Lb. 34c 19c 17c 23c 10c PRICES > rar •!• 29 c 25c 22c 19c 24c 17c 35c 15c lie 25c PRICES TODAY Mild American Cheese. ..... ______ Lb. 25c Campbell's or Van Camp's Pork and Beans _______ 3 16 oz. Cans 22c Quaker Maid Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce ..... __^3 16 oz. Cans Gorton's Codfish... ...... 8 oz. Can C'inialene. ...... . ...... _.Lg. Pkg. Mello Wheat ....... ^. ____ Pkg. Santa Clara Prunes Size70-80's 4Lbs. 25c Mother's Oats with China. . Pkg. 31 c flershey's Cocoa ... ...... 8oz. Tin Me Virginia Sweet Pancake Flour... Pkg. lOc Northern Tissue -------- ______ 3 Rolls 25c Blue Rose Rice... ________________ Lb. 5c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Oranges, dozen 21c * + •^— Today—fry this Delicious BREAD Grandmother's — in th« beautiful n«w tan and __ brown tigljt-««aU>d wrapper. Fin* quality —low pP io« based on th« low.p costs of wheat and flour. Today's outstanding bread value. CHANCE IN PRICE * — 4c — 3c — 3c — 2c -^ : 7c ; •r-tJ ; -.-' -Ic — Ic TNI COFFii TRIQ EIGHT O'CIQCK . ' Ib. • $.4 MILD AND MELLOW RED CIRCLi , , , tb, 87c JUCH AND BO K A R . . . . V tfe, I?c WATCH THE o OOP* COOKS *!?%&? A * p 8 * Wi *•* **"• Wl ** T A & F Coffw Sem$« five, them better coffee at \><t •• f'jtft v ••* ; -:? ^ (,. *,

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