Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1931 · Page 5
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KOBBTJTH COttNTt APVANCB. AtflOtJA. IOWA 7^ *.**-«. f i frteteh spent Just week Ahge- B. A, A., Is spend- at O f A. Helen Sniff, Bifitt*:-- i 6t.««?Mi*!'"been called by news of the serious . dec. Miller, was taken to the Kos- gutH hospital last weetf'.Weariei&a'y 1 and underwent a surglpa,! bppmion. ' Mrs. Sniff la from FllnfV '^Mli'.', ,a'nd has been visiting her sjp'ter',. " '''" ' ' Mr. , and ' Mrs. Q. C. fcriil , Don 'Lowell spent Sunday "p.t PloVer ' '' with B. C.'s parents, Mrs: .. C. K, Hancher. -Mr.y'llaricher 1 'is Illness of a sister, who ihad suffered a stroke. Mr. and Mrs. Lusk mftke their home with their daughter, Mrs. M. J. Kenefick. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Young, of Rockwell City, and two children '••pent Sunday with the Dr. H. L.. McCorkles. Mrs. Young and Mrs. McCorkle are sisters. Mr. Young . . . ----------- .„_ _ ...... „ ..... ^ _____ 0 manager of the local telephone,' ex- Is with the Standard 'Oil company ..... l- >: ' n * TjMnVtt-nii fit*f the O . Anderson meat market ntenctng at 10 o'clock. change. Mr. and Mrs. M. O/"'MaBtlh'; m of Louisville, Ky., left EYlflay at tdr • a week's visit with the latter's''br'oth'-'' er, W. L. Martin. Tn'eV 'w^t'"" to Qulncy, 111., and will later 'Visit' another brother at Taylor, Mq. ' ! iv Baptist women will sei-ve'/a c'hlck- en pie supper at the cliurdti'' i SatUri day. Serving will spent be^lrf' it '3 [Inn. urnon, who" manage? a store Tffl'ent Sunday here. He Ira- 9 . pe " v Hnton. ;„ Vincent, who fell 'today and broke both wrist of her left arm, Is | ferine mpidiy. 1 t who spent a week at hospital, was released ls condition, la much „,! Mrs. C.SVSpecht spent rftna? ll8 - :i elty) , guests at o'clock. The supper menu 'can"lib found In an ad elsewhere 'in -this issuo of the Advance. Mr. and'Mrs. H. ,T. HttC6lils6tt (; of Springfield, Mo., former Algonians spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Iloran. They >went to Fort. Dodge from here for'-in visit at Rockwell City. Mr. and Mrs. U M. Merrltt and their daughter Dolores went to Perry Monday to spend the day with Mr. Merrill's parents. They went on to Dds Molnes Tuesday, where they attended to business and returned to Algona thai* evening. F. W. wehler and A. W. Amun pen. both registered optometrists, 'at londcd a meeting yesterday and las night ['late al pocahonlas Association of of the Iowa Optomelrisls raffle manager at the American Canning company. Fr6m here they •<snt to Tama to visit other relatives. Ruth Messenger, teacher In the oeal high school, and >torma Grelri- er spent the week-end at Mt. Vernon attending a Cornell college homecoming. Mlaa Messenger,Is fa, graduate; Norma was the guest ot Gladys''Rising,. wiHo.,1s a freshman at the col'ege. Norman Is attending high school. F ore S t of their ^ daughter, Mrs ' aIS jlaxvvell, ;.of Kodman for her mother, Mrs who' made a threc- C. ; T. .Kennedy, o M,>!«- C spent 6 --.-,. tatter's : .parents, with their three daughters.- Tl. Morrison,- county Farm Bureau agent spent Monday at Mason City attending a district farm bureau conference Cor county agents, H. D. A.'a, and Farm Bureau leaders. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Saunders, ot Sioux City, moved Into the Katie Johnson residence on south Minnesota streot last week. Mr. Saunders' is salesman Cor the Kennedy & 1'ar- sons company, formerly the for southwestern Iowa. Mr. Amun fion Is employed at the Wehler jewelry store. Mr. and Mr:-i. Robert T. Wright vl-iltul the former's parents, Mr. and .Mrs. C. C. Wright, Saturday Imdiiy. Robert Is now manager of i ilrui? store in a hotel at Davon Mrs. C. B. Nasby, ol Ottumwa, spent last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. D, James, who took nor lo Fort Dodge Sunday, and from there she took a train to Des Molnes where she was met by Mr. Nasby Mrs. Nasby accompanied her par ents home last week Monday. They had spent the week-end at Ottumwa. William Dooley went to Mllwau- kea recently and will attend Marquette University It he finds work. William will he a senior in the me< hanical engineering department ot the university, which he has attend ed for two years. He spent several week and are, living, in a house across from the Third ward school. Mr. stratton, who buys and sells an-, tlques and upholsters and reflnlshes furniture, spent last winter 'here. Mr. Stfattbn'a sister Is married to Otto Guderlan, of Cobb, Win. Mr. ] and Mrs. Stratton have a son Byron, who Is attending the school, of engineering In Milwaukee. Mr. and: .Mrs. Harry Hargreaves, Mr. and Mrs. W< t>. Howie and their daughter Beverly drove to Austin, Minn., for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cook. Mrs. HoVvIe and BeV- erly remained to spend the week, but Mr. Howie and Mr. and Mrs. Hargreaves returned Sunday night. The Cooks moved to Austin a year ago, and Mr. Cook Is driving a Hor- tnel meat Iruck. Mr. Hargreavea drives a Standard Oil truck. Mabel Roupe, of Minneapolis, spent Sunday, with her parents, Mr, and Mrs, Chas. Roupe. She is em ployed in the Jefferson Transporta port, wlinrn ho has be-on for two! and | vocks with his parents, Mr. arM Mrs. J. J.' Dooley, and he worked tho last summer in Milwaukee. Mr. a'vl Mrs. Theo. Elbert, who lion company office In Minneapolis She went to Mason City Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Harrington, who took their daughter Bernlce to Mason City to take a train to Ginlnnell. Bernice, ,.a I years. \Vhllc hero they drove tojnre living in the Jasperson house West \'~.n(\ to sec the grotto. i (n stats street, expect to go to Al Falkcnhnlner and Eugene Mm--! Vrcrln. 111., where they have a ti-o!; Mrs. Murlagh t" Nevada j friughtrr, to make their home. Tiny * Butter Tub & Supply company. Mrs. \V. H. Tyler, of Ott-umwa, went home last.week Tuesday after '-unday, and r,he will spend several : vreks in tlic Xcvarta sanitarium. ; ;;iio is ih-j Onughtcr of the Falken- hiilnf.rs. and has not, been In tfoo'l Hill health for .,ome time. She Is suffering from stomach troub'e. Jos. Uunlenlehncr, his son Thomas and daughter Helen, with the for- r«enVsunaay.;«ia Monday llS P.;Vi>« riarehts. Mr. and Mason City, here visiting friends was. Gertrude Sheridan, tefore years ago. land M».-W.:-B, and children F' _i> +\it\ f«**i her marriage spending several days at the home of her son, A. B. Tyler, who is em- jiloyed at tho Graham store. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler have an apartment at the Dr. W. 'D. Andrews home. The Theo. Herbsts, who have made Hartley their home the last few years, are moving back to Al- Shroyer, of Donald and snent tho"•week-end with el Tslster, Mrs.:N.. Victor r. Shroyer ts,a farmer ' M Olson; and his sister Sunday with spent their /Hampton.'Dr. Olson te Land Mabel is employed at fch Commission • office. feev and Mrs. R. A. Burrows, lias Center, came- Monday to rs Burrow's parents, the C. lights. Mrs. Burorws' was iwright. .-'•'",'. " Hulda Genrioh spent tnd at Uvermore at _thejiome the gona tomorrow, and will occupy the J. M. Herbst cottage on south Moore street. Theo. sold insurance at Hartley. Priscllla Booth, of Esthervllle, spent Sunday with Kathleen Holtz taauer. Priscilla Is employed at the Christensen Bros, store at Esther vllle, and Kathleen is bookkeeper and cashier at tlie local Christensen Bros, store. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Marty, of St Paul, and daughter Dorothy, went, homo Sunday after visiting since Friday with friends. The Martys. moved to St. Paul from Algbna few months ago. Mr. Marty is a mer's brother, Frank Bestenlehner anil son Frances and daughter Annette, and Jos. Bolster, attended the funeral of Martin Jjang at Bancroft Monday. Mr. Lang is a cousin of tho Bestenlehners. Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Baker and son Durwood were called to Kanawha Saturday night by the illness of Mrs. Baker's brother, C. C. Lucas. Mr. Lucas was taken to Rochester, Minn., for examination early in the week. Mr. Lupus is president of the First National bank at Kanawha. Mrs. C. H. Williams and Mrs. Frank Bandy, of Britt, were guests at a luncheon at Manly Monday noon. Mrs. Williams brought Caroline Todd^ of Seymour, home from Britt Monday night where she had been visiting. Caroline is spending b-ive livnd In AlKona the Past year, i-ftpr moving here Crom Whittemore, v.'Vr.-p Mr. Elbert ran a pool hall, r--.ii! at ov. time, was in the implement business, MI-H. Frank Ross and her da ugh tar Violet, of Victoria, British Co lumbia, Canada, was a visitor at F C. lender's Friday. Mrs. Ross is a In-other oC Mr. Zender. Two sis tors, Mrs. Margaret Klaras and son Andrew, and Mrs. Julia Larson, both I T nd at wvermo™ a. "—— M wa ukee railway postal clerk, daughters, Mrs. F. L. Hauck . Brooklyn, Irs AV. D. Hauck. The married brothers'., school teacher two at Mrs. .Lyle Ellis, of Brooklyn, N fe\ Mr. i Elghme, ivas brought to the tl Monday,' and. Tuesday berated on' for appendicitis as recovering yesterday. [F. A. M. Frost returned yes- fr'om Hodman, where she levernl days with her daugh- fo. C. F. Maxwell. Mrs. Frost P -I< Tribon's mother. land Mrs. A. C. Holtzbauer Y., came last Thursday for a weeks visit with her parents, freshman at Grinnell college, spent the week-end at home. Mabel took a bus to the city from Mason City. Mrs. Margaret Glaras, and son Andrew, Mrs. Julia Larson, of St. James, Minn., and Mrs. Frank Ross, of Victoria, British Columbia, and her daughter Violet, spent last Thursday with the F. C.. Zenders. Mrs. Klaras, .Mrs. Larson, and Mrs. Rosn arc sisters oC Mr. Zender. Mrs. nephew, .Mrs. Bicken a niece, and Mr. Hall is her father. Howard Merrltt, Austin, Mlhri., and his Son James, were guests of the Merrltts a week ago Saturday and Sunday. Howard Is a brother of L. M. Caroline Todd, of .Seymour, came Monday for a week with friends, and is a guest, of Loretta Howie. Caroline's father, J, C. Todd, Is now manager of a Lattlmer store at Seymour, The family moved there from Iowa Falls . September 1. Friends will be Interested to know that Mr. Todd was married September 11 to a Mrs. Hlnkley of Iowa Falls. Mr. Todd's other daughter, Marian, R. N., Is now superinten dent of nurses at a hospital at Washinglon, His son Is In high school, and Caroline Is at home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Skinner Springfield, 111., and children Jack and Jeananne, went home Sunda: after spending the week here attend Ing the funeral of Fred's father E. J. Skinner. Fred Is employed in the Illinois state insurance depart ment. Jeananne accompanied her grandparenls, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Elliott, of Montezuma, home last Thursday, and the Skinners stop- ::: BRANCH BANK IS SERVINaU VERNE u Verne, Oct. 13^-A branieh bank of the Jttumboldt Trust & Savings bank was opened Saturday in the forrnei- til Verne State bank building. All types of'banking business, ped for her en route to Springfield. Mr. - and Mrs.' Elliott attended the funeral of Mr. Skinner last -week Wednesday. Mrs. F. L. Trlbon came home Tuesday from Great Falls, Mont, where she took her three grandsons two months ago.i Since the death oC Mrs. Lewis Bleakly, a daughter, Mrs Trlbon has cared Cor the boys. Mr ing at has been of th ill with heart! of Manly, a family friend Is greatly I Trlbons, Miss Benjegerdes, helped and is now able to sit. un! care for seriously ~~*.i,« i*. rvi.n<ifur rrrinona. *vn»a J^UMJ- last summer a jthe Trlbon home. En route horn Mr -Hid Mrs J. M. Bennett, of Mrs. Trlbon visited Verda James, a St Joe? Mo!. Mr. and Mrs. Bicken, \ former Algona highjchool teacher. t oeO. r. an . , iand Russell Kaufman, of Graham, | who now teaches at Casper Wyo At Mo and M J. Hall, of Maltland, Denver she visited a brother. Mil- 1V1U-, illl«.i ->»!. .1. , " , _., ^.i._it A .,i.«« n « n fl-,o,. fnvmpr A1- es at Great Falls, and Mrs. Trlbon a week here with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vera, Mrs. Kossuth and'Mrs. Eric Nelson, and her sis- she ter, Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas. Mrs. j Ellis will be remembered as Yarda ' Nelson. Her husband is a physician. Hazel Potter, who had been employed at the Bank of Lu Verne the past few. weeks, finished Her work- 1 Friday, and is now at the home of island, has a. 00-doy her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Charles sence. The railroad Potter. Hazel is a former Kossuth Ethel Morrison and Andy Anderson went to Washington Lake in Minnesota Saturday and spent Sunday fishing. The Veras brought home two wall-eyed pike each weighing about eight pounds. Mrs. Morrison caught a six pound pike. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Heidke, of Kansas City, Mo., and little son came the first of the month for a visit with Mrs. Heidke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. "Vfebster. Mr. Heidke, traveling electrician Cor the Rock leave of ab- has dispensed with its electrical department. hildren Ruth, and Bobby,, re- 'Tuesday f rom - Le Seuer, -'where they had visited Mrs, iaiier's sister since Sunday. i Roy Bowen, who has been a ft ten days at the -"Mrs. L. V. home, is reported some-- *|™- limproved. Doctor Bowens, of j cncbiei podge, spent one day last week County State bank employe. Mary Mitchell, president of the Mrs G. I' 1 . Towne cnm^ home fro m local AVatanye club, and Clarice Rochester, Minn., a week ago Sun- Amesbury spent Sunday at Des Mrs. Towne.' underwent a ma- Moines attending a meeting ot the (_my. i>ll;i. I U W i »*•• mi'* —.,,-,..- . ~ - AI.IU... i-*-. -,..-- 1or operation at the Mayo hospital board members of the Association of J ' . , _ ,t . .i-_i mi~« ^oc-nnlnfinntt of St. James, Minn., brought Mrs. Ross to Algona. They all returned to St. James Friday evening. Edna Peterson, R. N., has been ^ llull jvl _ Ui i , li ,. i ul visiting her parents, Mr. .and Mrs. Mo went , home Iast Thursday after | dred Chatterton, another former j O. J. Peterson, since last week. She several days vls it w ith the L, M. gona high school teacher, now teacn- has been working In the Herkimer | jierrltts. Mrs. Bennett Memorial hospital at Herkimer, N. Y., for five or six years as an x-ray 1 operator and also, has done labora-| tory work. She will be here for two weeks more. She Is the Peterson's third daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dommer, of Moorehead, Minn., came last Week Wednesday for a visit with-the-lat-. ter's mother, Mrs. . Flora Gabriel, who makes her home with her two) brothers, D. C. and J. S. Crowell.j Mr. and Mrs. Dommer and Mrs. Gabriel spent the week-end with a son oC Mrs. Gabriel at Rockwell City. Mr. Donimer Is employed at a Ford j. distributing plant at Fargo, N. D. Dr and Mrs. George Elvidge, and Mrs. J. C. Rhode, M Perry, spent Sunday with Mrs. Elvidge's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Herman, and' with Mrs Rhode's son Donald, who is employed at the L. M. Merritt funeral home. Dr. and Mrs. vidge and Mr. and Mrs. Herman were' Sunday dinner guests oC the doctor's sister, Mrs. Roy Jensen, of Lone Rock. Mr ana -Mrs. Frank Stoner and son Chester go to Hartley Saturday to make their home. They have lived in Algona for twelve years, here from Mineapolis: Mr. Hard Times are Here Profit Dy these 9c SPECIALS at your R QROC EERS We Deliver ' Phone 245 Fresh Meats and Pish CATHBIN M. GREEN, Prop. several weeks ago and IH reported I watanye clubs. The association's Mr. Towne drove to Ro- annual meeting will b held .heie coming „ , Stoner has been a well-known well May 1-0-17, 1D32. Mary is a member Walter Rich, 14-year-old son of j 0 C the state association board. William Rich, farmers near Burt, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Hoover was brought to the Kossuth .hospital Chicago, visited from last Thursday _ .. -if .,,,-, r. 1 i 111 C1,, 4-,, ,,/T .-. ,, t\T \l\r~ <-Vl£» : 14-. R. 13 U" driller will be and his appendix was 1 till Saturday -witlT the^ G. S. Bu Myrtle Olson, of Lone chanans. Mr. Hoover is a nephew also operated on the name | O f Mrs. Buchanan, and is assistant LJ „. appendicitis Phylida Sonnerholm,' employed at the Mrs. Ethel Morrison beauty I. Charles Vf. • Sarchett - enjoy- Ivlsit Sunday from her grand|ter, Mrs. Wilbert Holldorf and hmlly, of Fenton, and her jiter, Mrs. Thonias Metcalf and HetcalC. Fechner, of ill with -..- — —- , . tfomlfty, and was unable to be f p ^ t she,, Her. assistant HatO«; J«,^e of"a" nephew, who made her aunt for the first time. , here, and lie and his son I in the same business at Hartley. Their home on north of Williams street has been rented to j Willard Gregson, who is employ- by the city. . Mr 'and Mrs. Byron Stratton^ Cobb, Wis., came to Algona last She also made the ac- te was in charge during herine McCall I spent the fctively. vacation. -They former's father, Anton Strelt, fat -\vhlttemore with the John and Mrs. M. P. Weaver re- Sunday from the Okobojls, they had been since Friday jiests of the Freeman Patches, (operate the hotel on Miller's Supper Saturday, October 17 Baptist Church Starting at 5 O'clock Chicken Fie ~ Gravy and Mrs. Edward Butler, the IfV'aunt, Mrs. isabelle Melggs, ] leaner Lamutlv spent Sunday nes visiting , Mrs.. Butler's *r, Edgar Finnell, who is' a nan at the state college. Iph Lamuth and,' Eloise Du .of Faribault, • Minn., spent y'with the 1 former's " parents, Mashed Potatoes Baked Beans Cabbage Salad ,auit. ; i ^ Rolls Relishv.;; i ."Hutchison, John Hough. and *VUHP ,. IMisbach went to>Favgo, N. D., , Pumpkin pay, sir. Hutchison and Mr. nn ,-*m*A are looking after Galbmith Whipped business, and Mr. Misbach Coffee after his farm near Fargo ' ' For Service - • •. i SPECIAL Dry Cleaning Prices Suits, cleaned and pressed 50c Dresses, wool, plain, cleaned & P«s-__ j _ • 3C . sed " Silk Dresses, plain, cleaned and A .. 51.UU pressed T -- v ^ Modern Dry Cleaners PHONE 537 We call for and deliver Mutter, 2 ll)s. ___•__- *>.)c Tangle Fool, 4 for -»« Fly Swatters — r - 9 ° 1 lb. Fancy Cookies . 20c Coriiiiiea'l, 5 11). bag —19c Vclvoeta Cheese — l"e Hiishrooms . ilflc 4!) li). bag good guaranteed flour . 8!)c 40 11>. best . guaranteed flour $1.19 "Whole Kernel Corn, No. 2 can — 10c 1'uro Cream Corn ___: 9c Derby Corn, 2 for _— 2»e Teas, No. 2 can — 9c Soup 9c Dutch Cleanser » c Gelatin Powder, « for 19c Gelatin Moulds, 2 Jor 9c 1 lb. box Cainpfire Marshmallows 18c Toilet Paper, 3 for 19c 1 cuke Chocolate 19c 2 lb. box Cocoa 29c 1 lb. Dutch Girl Wafers —29c Malt Syrup 49c 8 oz. Vanilla 29c Pearl Barley _ 9c Dill Pickles 9c Ammonia 9c Sack Salt 9 « Iodized Salt 9c 14>/s oz. Catsup— 1 I 9c Tall Bed Sockeye Salmqn _89c Potted Meat — 9c No. 2 Blackberries 9c No. 10 Pineapple -Me No. 10 Blackberries,- 69c No. 10 Blueberries 89c No. 10 loganberries 79c No. 10 Bed Cherries —-—»9c No, 10 Red Raspberries —89c No. 10 Apricots 59° No. 2^ Apricots , 89c Dried Prunes, 2 Ibs. 19c 1 quart Vinegar — — 19c •Wheat Cereal, lllco Cream o' Wheat — We Mustard *>c Peanut Butter 9c Olives 9c Swuiisdown Cake Flour _:.29c Macaroni, etc., 4 for —29c Cello AVruppc'J Noodles, 2 for r 2!)c 55 oz. Oatmeal 10c Spices 1* 6 Sallna 9c Gallon Syrup S9c Baking' Molasses, 2 for 2()c Marigold Pumpkin, 5 for —S9c Jack Sprat Peas •—19c .Tuck Sprat Kraut, !1 for—29c Jack Sprat No. 2V4 Tomatoes 19c No. 2'^ can Poaches 19c Jack Sprat Melba Pcaches.2»c Kcd Beans 9c Jack Sprat Cut Beans, 2 for 29c Jock Sprat cut Wax Beans, 2 for 2ftc 1 pt. Jack Sprat Mayonnaise 19e Sandwich Spread 19° Delicious Apples, 3 for 9c Cranberries, 2 Ibs. for 2»c Lemons, 2 for -Jo Grapefruit -? c Squash, 7 for 2»c Celery -»« large Oranges 4» c Medium Oranges, 2 doz. —.JUc Onions, 3 Ibs. - —-J° Popcorn, 3 Ibs. — 19o No. 2>/j con Pork & Beans 19c Sparerlbs, 2 Ibs. 2Jc Club Frankfurters, 1 lb. —l»c Bologna, 2 Ibs. 2»c Good Beef Boll, 2 Ibs. .—29c Fresh Ham Kgasts, 2 Ibs. _29c Beef Boast, 2 Ibs 89c loin Boast, 1 lb. - —»9c Canadian Bacon, lb. *» c Sweet Potatoes, 5 Ibs.——We Orders filled for Jiome butchered halves quarters-Hogs, Baby \ Beeves, Htifefs, Cbws, Corn Fed Steers. Lowest prices. and >and B Profits Small, B Business Great That's the way we operate. Not a Chain Store—Not a branch of any other Algona Store. With the exception of To^hlfif ttMW»;j M will be' carried on Here. •' ^»««' It*--" -t. to be made only at the ' 6&n* »«,« - A Mumboldt. D. T. Oxbofr6w, foriWM* ' deputy auditor of HutnbWdt county*, will have charge of the bu»ln«*i,,, here. He has held a similar position at a branch bank at Badgre for the last few months. The opening of th* , branch bank Is a decided help , ti . merchants. ' *r*'.."•'• ' D«l Monte-nationally f«- mout brand of fine foodt at A&P'slow prltM. An •vent thtrt doein't happen every doy even at A&P—but ii happening thU week. Take advantage of It—itock, up now. SLICED PINEAPPLE 39 c I N0.2J5 1 CANS DOZEN CANS . $2.29 Del Monte Peaches H MVK O RC SUC GE D Del Monte Bartlett Pears . . Del Monte Crosby Corn . . Del Monte Peas Del Monte Spinach . . . • Del Monte Sardines cS»tffflS 2 NO. 2S$;36c CANS ( , DOZEN CANS '2.13 2 NO - 2 37c CANS * • v . DOZEN CANS . $2.15 2 NO, 2 . $1.4S 2 N a$33e DOZEN CANS . $1.95 . -CAN.VOC' Si-DOZEN CANS . S9c UNEEDA BAKER'S PREMIUM SODAS OR Graham Crackers. 2-LB. CADDIES 49c <v«>. 'S'^S&f^&^l, j ,- -ih«- Cff! f IB-I %j^ 19'.., Try Eight O'C/ock coffee for a mild and me/low flavor, a blend of the choicest coffee beans, brought fo you fresh roasted. With three coffees, each having a distinctive flavor, we cannot fail to suit your taste. All are equal in quality—different in flavor—blended by A & P trom the finest coffee beans the world produces. Remenv ber, the coffee you /ike best is the best for you no matter what it costs. RED CIRCLE COPni RICH AND FU11-BODIED i B O K A R corrii VIGOROUS AND Winer THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA Co., Middle Western OlyWoB Watch Your Paper Next Week For W^f <9jf '1 Pay You to ^^^ * , t *fKlT ;-y-^/ ^

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