Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1932 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 15, 1932
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COtffltf ADM ALGONA, IOWA YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME Seasonable Suggestions PICKLING VINEGAR How your pickles keep depends largely on the Vinegar. We can supply you with a pure elder vinegar made from whole sound'apples; sterilized and filtered. A vinegar that must be diluted for many purposes. Also an extra strength white vinegar 9 K ft at the same price. Bring your own jug. GALLON tJ «J C PORK & BEANS Not so long ago the prevailing price on these large cans of pork and beans in tomato sauce was 20c per can. a very special price. 3 LARGE NO. 2% For this week end we name FOR CANS 25c CAKE FLOUR Many thousand practical tests In home kitchens have demonstrated that there is none better than Robb- Ross Angel Food Cake Flour. Use Robb-Ross Cake 1 Q ^ Flour in all pastry recipes. PACKAGE-* O C PANCAKE FLOUR These cool mornings whet our appetites for light, fluffy, fine flavored pancakes.- For convenience you make the pan- 1 K** cakes from Pantry Pride Panccake Elour. Family bag JL O C AMERICAN LYE This "high test" lye is recommended for laundry 'pur- — -— poses, for making soap, as a fall house cleaning aid, and for live stock sanitation. Q/T Week-end special. 4 CANS £4& C MACARONI— •2 POUND BAG 15c MILK— TAUL CAN 5c COMB HONEY— 3 CAKES 25 c IN ALGONA M F.S.NORTONt/_ON 5 /VO SAH/ AH INVEST /MAN MONE IN COAL BOUGHT FROM f /I SUPPOSE YOU INVEST JWRTON&SOH AT SUMMER MMCES.'WHEN WINTER COME -IT HAVE EARNED A BIS DIVIDEND IN MONEY SAVEO We are prepared to deliver HIGH GRADE COALS TO OUR CUSTOMERS F. S. Norton & Son Phone M9 BIKES! 16 PI New and Used Machines New shop to be opened in the former Behrends cream station on South Dodge street. We will carry a complete line of bikes from $8 up for used machines and $21.50 up for new machines. Repairing Our Specialty Expert repair work on bicycles, guns, and locks, and a complete line of bicycle and gun parts of all kinds carried in stock. Algona Bicycle, Gun & Lock Repair Shop 128 SOUTH DODGE STREET Money to Loan Loans in any amount from $40 up to $300 made same day as applied for. Money loaned on livestock, automobiles and other security. Loans can be repaid through small monthly payments or paid in full at any time. Automobiles refinanced, payments reduced. No waiting or extra signers, we are in position to complete your loan at the time you apply. Phone or write to Inland Finance Corporation ' Office located North of Iowa State Bank. Phone 5$ Algona, Jowa .ONE ROCK PILS PUCE N FAIR WORK Lone Rock, Sept. 13—Pupils who took first place In exhibits at the. Kossuth fair are: Freehand cutting,, first grade, Catherine Mae Householder, Virginia (Frye. Jack Benjat mln, and Raymond Blerlef Special day posters, second grade, Maxlne Flalg, Kynvood Qulnn, and Dorothy Hobson; free hand cutting, fourth grade, Viola Sprank, Juanlta Wegener, James Rath, Wlllard Qulnn; painted picture, sixth grade, William Knoll; Lady of the Lake notebook, Margaret Gladstone, ninth grade. Second place was taken by a Halloween poster, sixth grade, Jesse Blanchard and Chester Simpson; and by a book of short stories, eighth grade, Kathryn Stebrlte. Lone Rock Farmers Win at FaJr— P. M. Chrlstenson took many prizes with his cattle at the Kossuth fair. He took the majority of first prizes, grand champion on aged bull, junior champion on both senior and junior yearlings. Mervyn, accompanied a herd to the Mason City fair. Roy Zunkel took first on Belgian horses. C. M. Gross took prizes on Percheron horses. W. C. Heiter took prizes on Plymouth Rock chickens. Jack Tibbetts won sweepstakes on his 4-H entry baby beef. This beef will be entered with a herd going to Kansas City, accompanied by Mervin Chrlstenson. The 4-H club girls from Lone Rock In the Burt organization, won second place on their booth. Church Outdoor Service a Success— The Lone Rock-Ringsted outdoor church meeting held Sunday was a success. There were large delegations from both churches present. Sunday school was held at 11 o'clock with a corps of teachers from the two schools. At 12:30 the women served a fine dinner. Outdoor services were held at 2:30, and ' were marred by a little shower. It was voted to have a similar meeting next year. Two Girls In Coe College— Pearl Ohrlstensen, Ringsted, Mrs. A. A. Krueger, J. T. Cherland, the Rev. S. M. Gladstone and daughter Beulah, Lone Rock, drove to Cedar Rapids last week Wednesday, and Pearl and Beulah entered Coe college. The Rev. Mr. Gladstone and Mr. Cherland drove to Oakdale, visiting Lester Dackens, and Mr. Cherland'e daughter Everene. They returned Thursday. Has Blood-Poisoning In Hand- Jim Ackerman is suffering from a severe case of blood poisoning contracted from a small pimple on his right hand. Other Lone Bock. Mrs. A. A. Krueger, the Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Gladstone, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kapp, son Coin, and Loretta Fendrick, all of Salem, S. D., drove to the grotto at West Bend Friday. The Gapps, parents of Mrs. Gladstone, returned to their home Saturday after a week here. Sunday guests at Frank Flalg's were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Willret, Burt, Mrs. 'Fred Willret and daughter Elsie, Algona, Mrs. Caroline Ackerman, son Earl and daughter Lillian, and C. W. Heerdt, Burt. The Walter Thompsons and Henry Kueck drove to Estherville Sunday to see Mrs. Kueck, who underwent a major operation at the Estherville hospital last week Tuesday. She Is reported recovering. Mr. and Mrs. .Robert 'Dransfeldt and Mrs. L. R. Roderick drove to Mason City Friday, returning Saturday after visiting Mesdames Dransfeldt and Roderick's mother, Mrs. Margaret Davlson. The Albert Kruegers, Fairmont, Ernest Krueger, Mrs. Henry Manus; daughter Kathryn, Mrs. Lillian Sigler, all of Burt, and Mr, and Mre. P. M. Chrlstenson, Lone Rock, were Sunday guests of Charles Morris. Mrs. Chas. Morris, who has been ill for some time, Is not much Improved. Mrs. William Christenson, and Mrs. Jay Godden assisted with the household duties Monday. Roy Leeper visited his brother, Glen Leeper, at the camp at the Rahn Pit Saturday and Sunday. Monday the Glen Leepers visited his parents, the W. C. Leepere. The B. O. Rodericks, Mason City, vlelted with his mother, Mrs. J. R. Roderick, Sunday. Other guests were the IL. R. Rodericks, Lone Rock. The Lester Johnsons, near Bancroft, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Johnson's sister, Mrs. J. M. Blanchard. Dorothy Burt, daughter of the Glen Burts, spent the week-end at her home near Armstrong. The Harvey Raths, Algona, visited last week Wednesday at his mother, Mrs. John Rath's. Jesee Blanchard Jr. came home last week after spending the summer at Henry Hartwell's. Maynard Genrich assisted P. M. Chrlstensen last week with his cattle at the fair. 'Kathryn Stebrltz entertained the Burt Lively League Saturday afternoon. James Carr, Carlon, S. D., visited his cousin, Mrs. Frank Flalg, Monday, •Leona Blerstedt came home Saturday from Sioux City, where she completed a nurse's training course. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Leeper motored to Brownsdale, Minn., Sunday to visit the D. W. Leepers. •H. J. Rice repaired the electric clock and gong at the Swea City schools Sunday. The Russell Sharps have moved into the back rooms over the G. A. Sharp store. The John Thomsons, Royal, spent the week-end at his brother, Andrew Thomson's. Barbara and Lola Wylan, Swea City, spent Saturday .with 'Floy Jones. An auction sale of the Joe Elvldge estate will be held here Saturday. Shattert State Track Record S EATED IN HIS BIG Miller Special racing car, SIg Haugdahl, veteran of the dirt track oval. Is shown Immediately after he lowered the Clay county and the Iowa state fair records for the half-mile dirt track last year In 27 1-5 seconds. He will drive his famous rocket car this year. . • Ledyard Couple Tell of Wedding in Kansas Ledyard, Sept. 13—'Hanna Hagge and Arthur Zielske stole a march on friends here and were married at Winfield, Kan., September 3 when they took the latter's brother Earner to St. John's college, where he Is attending^ school, and his sister Margaret back to her nursing duties: At present, they are with the bridegroom's parents. Methodist Aid Names Officers— The Methodist 'Aid met In the church parlor last Thursday afternoon with Mesdames Welmer, Mayer and Laurltzen hostesses. A plate collection of $10 was taken. Officers for the coming year were elected as follows: president, Mrs. D. B. Mayer; vice president. Mrs. Blanche Jenks; secretary, Mrs. George Thompson; treasurer, Mrs. N.• A. Pingle. New S. S. Officers are Chosen- Election of Sunday echool officers was held Sunday morning. Mrs. Glen Yahnke was elected superintendent, Leon Worden, vice president, James Logan, secretary, Geo, Thompson, treasurer, and Russell Nelson, librarian. Horseshoe Pitchers Defeat Grant- Grant experts pitched horseshoes with the locals Thursday evening and the latter won by a few points. Pitchers for Ledyard were Schultz, O'Keefe, Granner, Fisherbach, Peterson, Munyar, Tahnke, and Warren Lloyd. W. F. M. S. Offices Elected— Ms. Roy Link entertained the W. F. M. S. Friday afternoon. Election of officers was held: president, Mrs. Joe Mayne; vice president, Glen.Yahnke; secretary, Mrs. Mrs. •Edward Knoner; treasurer, Mrs. D. B. Mayer. Ledyard Woman's Brother Dies— Mrs. Mary Tillmoney received word last week Tuesday of the death of her oldest brother, J. J. Nierllng, of Jamestown, S. D. She was unable to attend the funeral. Weed Cuts Cause Infection— . Mrs. Henry Dyer is suffering with infection in her finger caused by a cut made by a weed. Her son Robert has infection in his foot caused by the same thing. Pastor Is Attending 1 Synod— There were no services in the German Reform church Sunday as the Rev. Mr. Deppirig left last week Monday for Sheboygan, Wis., to attend the Synod. Beverly Welse. G; Party— Sixteen little girls helped Beverly Wiese celebrate her sixth birthday Saturday at her aunt, Mre. Albert Brandt's. She received many gifts. Baseball Team Loses to Grant— The high school baseball team played Its first game at Grant Friday, and lost 17-S. Ledyard The Rev. Mr. Sturm left Sunday for a few days visit with his mother at Carroll. Mrs. J. C, TJnderkofler, of Britt, and Murray and Juanita, were here •Friday. 'Ralph Olson attended a cattle at afenJy. tost Thursday. ' ; School Dismissed for Fair- School was dismissed last week Tuesday so pupils could attend the Kossuth fair. Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Drlscoll visited Mrs. Laura Neister and Mrs. Blanche Jenks over the week-end. They were en route to their home at Yale from Derrick, N. D., where they had been the past six weeks looking after land interests. Mrs. Drlscoll 'is Mrs. Neister's sister. Mrs. Depplng's sister, Mrs. Lewis Wlntermeier, of Baxter, and son, Mrs. Karoff, of Newton, and daughter, came last week Monday for a week here. The George Thompsons took Mrs. Thompson's niece, Beverly Mason, to Corwith Friday, and she Is to make her home with an aunt, Mrs. Zwelfel.' ' W. E. Weimer and Elvln Carpenter drove to Britt last Thursday evening to visit Murray Underkofler before he left for school at Notre Dame. Mrs. Frank Welmer, Mrs. Alfred Lee, and two children, and I. C, Smith, of Lake Okoboji, visited at L. W. Weimer's last week day. Mr. and Mrs, D. A. Carpenter returned last week Tuesday from a three-day visit with Mrs. Carpenter's sister near Minneapolis. Frank Moulton, Harold Granner Genevieve Kitley, and Marjorle Stranahan spent Saturday at Rap idan and Mankato. Laurence Mayne and Alfred Sena dendorf returned last Thursday from North Dakota, where they had been working. Mrs. Art Countryman and daugh ter, Mrs. George Watts, returned from a visit in Chicago last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Stiltz, of Tay lorville, 111., visited at Clifton Engel by's last week. The two women an sisters. Adelaide Randall and Ruth Jones spent last week Tuesday with thi former's cousin at Albert Lea. Mrs. Clifton Engelby entertained Mrs. .Leon .Worden and Harvey at a birthday dinner Saturday. Holland Gable left last Thursday for Fayette to attend Upper Iowa university this year. Mrs. Wni. I_a Coeur, of Amboy son Elgar, and Dorothy Blacfc vis"- Ued here Friday, Ruth Jooes, and Adelaide Randal spent th,e week-end in AlgOP* ,«.n.< •Livermore, FENTON CHURCH SERVICE HELD TO AID BODGET Fenton, Sept. 13—'Budget-raising day was observed at the Methodist church Sunday. A covered-dish luncheon was served In the dining room at noon, and subscriptions were taken for the budget. Graet- ttnger Epworth -Leaguere, accompanied by their pastor, the Rev. Mr. Fa.u\. -were visitors In the evening, when a program was given by local members, with a social hour afterwards and refreshments. The Stpnd- ard Bearers will present a play Janey, at the church next Sunday evening. Mrs. Carl Mltt«t Is 81— The Fred Jentzes entertained Sun- lay In honor of Mrs. Jentz's mother Mrs. Carl Mittag's 81st birthday, Guests were Mrs. H. H. Mittag, daughter Adella, the August Meyers amily, Mrs. Henry Elmers, Mrs 'red Meyers. Verlina loerger, and Roland Rehmer, all of Fenton; the Terdlnand Mlttags, Arthur Kres- ins, Fred Boettchere, and Herman Heintzes, all of Lotts Creek. Girls 4-H Club Meets— Sixteen members and the leader >f the Fenton Forwards 4-H club met with Viola Mueller Saturday. Roll call was suggestions for beau- ifying school yards. A check-up on he county fair'was given, and a alk by Marie Miller on footstools and benches. Virginia Frank epoke on table-setting for a family dinner. Burn Causes Blood-Poisoning-— Barbara Randall, who lives with he Wllbert Holldorfs, Is helping her >Ister, Mrs. Wilmar Hantelman, who las blood-poisoning in an arm. ilaudia Voight is'taking Barbara's >lace at the Holldorf home. The blood-poisoning started from a burn, Nine Join Standard Bearers- Mrs. J. T. Snyder and Mrs. E. A, Wesibrod were hostesses to the Standard Bearer girls at the former's home last week Monday even- ng. Nine new members joined. Girl Has Appendix Removed— Alvira Wehrepann was operated on for appendicitis at the McCreery lospltal, Whittemore, last week Monday night.- Other Fenton News. The John Ulfers entertained the Earl Powells, Mason City, Sunday Mre. Powell is a sister of Mrs, Ul- !ers. Mr. Powell was severely jurned by chemicals while spraying roadside weeds a year or so ago anc has been In a hospital till lately. He s unable to work much. Mrs. F. H. Eigjer and her son Derwood will leave this week Wednesday for Omaha, where the alter will re-enter Crelghton university and Mrs. Etgler will visl' her sister, Mrs. Frank Hicks. The Edward Finks and Walter Pink, Waterloo, spent last week a Harry Haaee's. Edward and Walter are members of the Vern Winters orchestra, Waterloo, which played at the county fair. The Oliver Stoebers, Armstrong and the W. E. Stoebera, of Fenton were at Raymond Stoeber's Sunday Mrs. George Fink, Waterloo, spen several days last week at the par ental Chris-Wlddel's. Verona Welsbrod spent seve days'last week with her grandmoth er, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky, Algona returning Sunday with her parents who spent'the day there. Adolph Homnghaus, daughter lola, and Mrs. Minnie Wallace, of Montana, came last week Tuesday to visit Mrs. H. H. Huskamp, sister of Adolph and Minnie. The J. A. Willadsons. Clinton, left last week Monday, after a few days with Mr. WJlladson's slater, Mrs. C. 'H. Geroneln. Harold Qeronsin accompanied them home. The George Boettchers have moved Into the Rose Welsbrod residence. The iFrank MpFalls will move this week Into the house the Boettchers vacated. Dr. John Sanftner, brother Karl, a sister and her husband and the F, J. Bowmans, Swea City, went to northern Minnesota last week for an outing. W. V. Yager ran the Swift & Co. truck for his father, George Tager, last week. The George Yagers were haying an outing In northern Minnesota. H, L. Huskamp, of the Huskamp Motor company, attended a Chevrolet meeting at Maeon City last Thursday evening. Mesd^mes 'E. A. Welsbrod, J. Snyder, Charles Welsbrod, and H. C. 'Mndsey were at 'Fairmont last Thursday. Esther Smith, music and'English teacher, spent the weefc-end with her parents at Swea GJty, August Krause left Monday for Pecorah to begin his second year at LutKep college. The t-yle Clarka, were Sunday evjeetj at f>r, J. T. Walje'e. MaHnda SOFFEff FOR NEW ROAD INTO WESLEY Wesley, Sept. 13—Tree stumps In he proposed path of No. «p were btoeted Monday, and nervou* tarts accompanied every explosion. Vieahttme, more than one "Nabotn" mourned his "Vineyard," with all hat Its loss Involves. The trees vere planted by the late VWm.-' M. !biby ( - (it'a time when: such 1m- rovements \vere thought^ . perma* ient. Of some consolation' Is the beral financial compensation. The oad will make an '^S'" curve hrough northeast Wesley, and join tfaln street, where It Is Identical vlth No. 18. Rock Garden Pleases Weslcyans— Mr. and Mrs. Ben- Hopkins, ac- ompanled by Mr. and Mrs. John Amesbury, visited Mrs. Fred Anies- >ury arid Clara at Albert tea Sun- lay. They epent the afternoon at leautlful Edgewood .park and the' Rock Garden, the latter second In beauty and Interest only to the West 'Bend 'grotto.' It contains' a castle and smaller houses, fishing ponds, etc., with miniature human >eings looking out of windows, fleh- ng in the pools, etc. There was a profusion of flowers in 'Innumerable colors. Wesleyan's Sister Chicago Teacher- Miss Reglna Ormeby, Chicago .eacher,. Is making a short visit at her brother John's. Miss Ormsby taught In high school here about eight years ago. A 'Johneon family, of near Mason City, neighbors of the C. M. Sages, visited Mr. and Mrs. James Hodges at Mrs. Turgesoh's Sunday. : , H.,8. Ball Season Opens— The baseball season will open'Here Friday, when'.w.e,,play, .G'oldfteld.v-We '. will play Vernon township • there next week Tuesday, We should 'have a pretty'good team this v ,fall, ae eight .'.'letter, men 'are back,'' -There will be no charge for witnessing the ames this season. Study Club Considers Pottery— The Study club will meet with Mrs. Amesbury this week Thursday afternoon for the first lesson of the year. The subject Is Pottery, and there will be a ^display of various types. Mrs. Amesbury will read the lesson. Octogenarian In Yearly Tlslt— Mns. Nettle Turgeson left for Tl- tonka last week Tuesday to visit a' week or two with her old friends, the James Breens. This Is an annual event. The two families were neighbors In Wesley many years ago. Wesley Boy Crelghton Student- Mr, and Mrs. Frank Wellik took Leo to Omaha Sunday to begin a course at Crelghton university. They ,vlll be gone a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Felt visited their daughter, Mrs. Wagner, at Corwlth. Ixjg-lon AIIX. Will Meet—. The Legion Auxiliary meets at the Legion hall this week Thursday evening. Plans will be made for conveying those who wish to attend :he county meeting at Tltonka Tuesday, September 20. , School Activities are Launched— Three new pupils entered the public school this year: Pearl Abbey, seventh grade, Dorothy Henderson, fourth grade, Robert Lawson, twelfth grade. 40-Hour Devotions Held— 'Forty-hour devotion will be held at St. Joseph's church next week Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. Local Girl Studies Nursing— Vera Kouba left for Rochester last week Tuesday to take a three- year course In nursing. Other Wesley News. The Methodist Aid will hold a business meeting at the church this week Wednesday afternoon. A covered-dish lunch will be served. The Bible Study class meets at the church this week Tuesday evening to study Rev. 18, under the paetor's leadership. Some members of the Methodist Sunday school will attend the county convention to be held at Sexton this week Friday. At the second card party held In St. Joseph's hall Sunday evening 1 , there were 47 tables of players. Mrs^ L. Rosenmeyer won high in bridge, Mrs. August Studer, second; and Emma Studer, low. In "500," Mrs. Tom Forburger won high, Tom Forburger second, and Mrs. Leo Goetz, low. There will be one more party this fall. The Jorgen Skew family left for 'Naples, S. D., Friday morning. They were to go to Beresford, S. D., Saturday night to spend Sunday with friends. They were expected home Sunday night. The Carl Franzens were Sunday dinner guests at Supt, E. R. Swanson's. The various classes elected officers and sponsors 'last week Wednesday. Miss Looft is sponsor for the freshmen. Mrs. Klooz for WOOL? iv - _• —1^ C for clcah medium wool. 2 cents of % r ^ JOE GREENBERQ .tm/VNTCMiB *M \ 3 one-pound pkgs. Corn, Monarch, whole kernel, 2 No. 2 the Sophomores, Miss Relmer for the Juniors, and Supt. Swanson for the Seniors. •Lucille, -eight-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Olson, is beginning to show Improvement, after a baffling illness which began In April. She Is not yet able to attend school. The Jesse Sprauts, Fergus .Fall* Minn., visited from last Friday Spraut> " » They went from M Mrs. Ihno Oerdes. . here to Emmetsburg. Robert Lawson. who Is beginning hs senior year, is attending school at Wesley for the first time. HU Mrs. Leo Bleich was called turned Sunday The Smith. She re- Bverly Ben. ADVANCE WANT AD5 PHONE New Low Prices Specials for Thursday, Friday and Saturday Boys' School Shirts, fact colors, all sizes' Men's 7Bc work ehlrts Men's , \ ' overalls Boys' overalls, sizes up to 16 — Children's school, sweaters, 'coat style—' Boys' all wool blazers, $2.95' values < Boys' QQ/» school caps . O*f V Tennis shoes ——Men's new fall caps — Ladles' ^ 011k hose — Boys' all wool sweaters, slipover, • : $3.dO'values .. Monarch , peas .; *._ Tomatoes, can _-_-._j Post Bran . Growing girls' school oxfords, all sizes, black, lizard trim ____'. 39 c 49 c _39c 69c 98c 39 c 49c 49c 19c erg, slip- 98e lOc We $1.69 NEW FALL SHOES A\I> SLIPPERS AT OUR NEW LOW 1>H ICES Ladles' arch support, kids, ties .« Ladies' new fall 8tyles ': suedes, spike' tn •» heete, $4.00 valuesV-I.' Boys', gun metal oxfords ___« LADIES' NEW FAIL HATS,I In Jhe new- /ft j ^ eat colors V-C .(/(| Men's solid leather shoes, leather Q* 1 i soles and heela —ipl. it 1 .table children's school shoes IS young men's suits,'now Jar rubbers, 9 dozen ' work Mason jar caps, dozen — '. Catsup, bottle '._. 1 lot of dresses to close out at We .children's school Come and Buy Now Get Onr Prices First Where Low Prices Originate ALGONA'S FINEST FOOD STORE BASKET GROCERY,^/ L.E. ASHLAND. PROPRIETOR . f ALGONA., IOWA PHONE 103 "GROCERIES THAT SATISFY SEPTEMBER 14TH TO 17TH INCLUSIVE 19c Guest Ivory Soap, A "It Floats," per bar.. ^t C Crackers, Soda alldgets. First grade, 2-lb. box ... ___ „ Camay Soap, for a : clear complexion, per bQx _______ ^ _____ "Oxydol, the complete hold Soap. large pkg. _ house- Hllex or Clorox "make white clothes .whiter," per bottle J5c Jemlna" Pancake "Aunt Flour, per pkg. Syrup, -pure cane and maple, pint bottle ... Chipso, a soap flake, large pkg. .26e Floor Wax, Johnson's Glo-Coat, Wax Paste or Liquid Wax ________________ 19c 53c Pancake Flour, Prairie Queen, per pkg. _„ 25c Spaghetti, "Monarch", P«- . pared with cheese and tomato sauce, I/)/* No. 1 can •*• V*' Coffee, Monarch—You couldn't buy a finer Coffee It you paid a dollar per Ib. Qftfi Oranges, large size. per doz. —. Popcorn, Japanese Hullesi), sure pop, 3 Ibs. .30t 15c FREE A 50c poqket key case and license card holder, with a change of oil or till of 8 gallons or "" gasoline. Only one to any one person. Chevrolet Leads All Sales in 6 Months in 48 Chevrolet ,-•.,_",-*,.;,-,-_;_-: -815,811 Fora _ .._. ,„,_•».„,__-_•;-,; Plymouth __^,^_^_^^_____ Essex __._^U T _^_^,^___ Willys , „ Rockne Red' Grown Qasoline and Mobiloil makes,cars^j better. , „ ^? fllF flMWHIr TPF^WPR W 1 ^' One 1931 Cfceyyole,t $?*<* 0»P 1931 Ford

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