The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1942 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 23, 1942
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NO MEETS IN M AND AUGUST FOR SENECA BUREAU Seneca., The Seneca farm bureai held Its June meeting at the Charles Osborn home with Mr. and Mrs Dettman Nielsen- assistant host and hostess, the meeting was opened by the chairman, Fred Brown, who first introduced ISupt. Lauritzon, who spoke on the School Code C:m- mission. Marjorie Osborn and LaVonne Bailey played two musical selections after which County Agpnt A. L. Brown discussed Inflation and Ways to It. During the business meeting it was voted to discontinue the mbet- Ings until September. Club families and 4-H club families were Invited to the farm bureau picnic to be held at Algona June 30th. The following members were in .atljendnaco: Ms. and Mrs. 1 , Fred Brown,, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Struecker and Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Milieu Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Anderson, Mrs. Earl Crouch, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Osborn and MX and Mrs. Henry Looft. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Lester Osborn and Janice, Mesdames Ralph Campbell, Alfred Godfredjscn and Albert Klein, also Mrs. A. L. Brown and Mrs. Lauritzen of Algona. Refreshments consisting of ice cream, cookies and coffee were enjoyed! MISSOURI NURSE VISITING WITH RELATIVES HERE Viola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Herman Struecker, is enjoying a vacation from her duties as a nurse at a Kirksville, Mo., hospital, the Laughlin, where she Is in training having started her course there last August. She spent several days during the past week visiting at the home of her sister and family the Lawrence Johannesens. Leana Jensen of Rlngsted spen eral days the past week at the Milleh Jensen home. Tom Moe, a 16 year old lad who formerly lived near Mason City, Is making his home with Mrs. Emma Petersen and the Clarence Peter- sens'. Henry Wilberg took Jay Thompsons, Leo Klein and a Mr. Smith From Armstrong to Des Moines on Saturday morning where they wer inducted into the army. Mrs. Millen Jensen ook her son, 31ane to a physician at Esthcr- ville Thursday. Blaine has been iffected with gland trouble as an iftermath of the measles. Mrs. Clara Bar"kema of Jewell, who arrived at the Thompson Bros, lome for a short visit, returned to ler home at Jewell Tuesday. She s a cousin of Mrs. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Sverre Sonjou of Chicago were Monday callers at the Henry. Looft and Martin Wilberg omes. They are cousins of Mrs. jooft and Mrs. Wilberg. They were ccompanled by Mrs. Ole Johannen. Mrs. Chas. Osborn and Mrs. John [unch accompanied their mother, [rs. Chris Madison, to Fort Dodge ist Wednesday where they consult- a physician concerning their ,, , t* 1<T ' A^T'" / S.^ V * \ ' *^ L T t X' ' L L * ', (' f ' °* J r * ll 'r rl '• ' , 11 >* • '• V ' " i't' •* \ : ' '- by ftf- ichrftde* sesigj Bdld,, flitter whlfih Farewells for. Ctenriches—• Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Genrloh were guests of honor at a farewel picnic Sunday evening of last week at the H. M. Smith picnic grounds Those attending were Mr. and Mrs V. Fierce, Mr. and Mrs. C. H Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morck, Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Parsons, and Mr, and Mrs. W. b. r ensen. Mrs. Genrich was the recipient of many lovely hankies at a hanky hower given by the Book club orr "•riday afternoon of last week at he home of Mrs. H. M. Burns. Mr. and Mrs. Genrich and son, loward, were presented with gifts rom the Methodist church choir 'hursday evening at a 6:30 dinner t the church. Mr. Genrich, who as sung with the choir for' the ast 20 years, was presented with leather portfolio, and his son, [oward, who has .surrg with the loir for the past two years, was resented with a leather billfold. On Friday evening of last week >. and Mrs. Genrich were guests f honor at the home of Mr. and BY SISTER'S ILLNESS CALLED TO OKLAHOMA C. C. Wright, accompanied by tho Mesdames Jake Zwiefel, Frank Wcisbrod and Jake Haycnga of Eage Bend, Minn., left Friday morning by car for Hitchita, Okla, where they were caileti by the serious illness of their sister. They •nlan to days. be gone a week or ten ALKALIZING POWDER Choleia ^Vaccination lother's health. Mrs. Madison has been suffering with arthritis which has settled in one of her knees, They returned'home the same day. BeJulah Hartshorn * Takes Federal Job Miss Beulah Hartshorn, who for the past four years has owned and operated the Spencer Beauty Salon, has sold the business to the Missss Lorraine and Eileen Faye of Emmetsburg. The new owners will take possession next week. Miss Hartshorn, whose parents live at Fenton, Iowa, has passod the required civil service examination and will enter the government employ in aircraft communication 1 . She will go first to Kansas City for her preliminary training after which she will be sent to a position either in the United States or Canada. Miss Hartshorn has been an active member and is an officer in the Spencer Business and Profes- Woman's dlub/ She was :ormerly employed at the Marigold 3eauty Shoppe in Algona for several years before going to Spencer. County Buys Five Z!ar Loads of Coal The Kossuth board of supervis- rs last Thursday bought five car- oad of Indiana washed egg coal Mrs. R. W. Anderson at a 6:30 dinner. On Wednesday Mesdames Genrich, H. L. Gilmore, W. J. Jensen, C. H. Swanson, E. V. Pierce and C. W. Morck spent the day at Iowa Lake fishing. They were joined the latter part of the afternoon by their/husbands. Mr. Genrich left Sunday for Ames where he has accepted a teaching position on the Iowa State College staff. Mrs. Genrich and son, Howard, will join him the first of July. Takes Bride Today— St. Cecelia's Catholic church was the scene of the wedding this morning (Tuesday) of Kenneth Fraser, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Fraser of Algona, bo Jean Strieker of Clear Lake. The Rev. Fr. Scholtie of Clear Lake officiated. The couple was attended by Eleanor Strieker and Arlene Fraser, and Lester Fuchsen and Elmer Strieker. Following the ceremony a wedding Breakfast was served at the Algona Hotel. After a short wedding trip to Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Fraser will be at home at 525 North Thor- ngton street. Irvlngton I's Meet— 'Eight members of the Irving- on I's and their leader met Wednesday at the Krause home. Roll all was answered by interesting acts about the flag. Leota Norris Shore hotel there and bo 1 spend A social evening with the Clear Laki Wa-Tan-Ye club. Those from Al gona that attended Were •Flora Tlas Lavonne Sankcjy,, Leona Selmeri Donna Hill, Elizabeth Kemfner Bernlce Dodds', Gemsvftve Sterling Lulu Sampson, .Rose Lampe anc Darlene Immerfall. Shower at Atteliions— Mrs. E. E. Attelson was hostess to a group of women Friday afternoon at her home in honor of Mrs. Gene Gaddls. Bridge was the diversion of the afternoon with Mrs. Anton Dldrlksen winning the first prize arrd Mrs. C. L. Torrence win- ilng the second prize. Mrs. Doris Pitcher of Burlington was am out of town guest. Campflro Girls to Bonne— iDr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman will ake the Algonquin Winamatchee ampflre girls to Boone Sunday vhcre they will spend nine days t Camp Hannashaw. Those at- ending willl be Delores DedljinJ, oan Hoffman, Beverly Andrews, ttary Lou McDonald and Mary Ann Club to Meet— (Mrs. 'E. E. Anderson wjlll be icistess to the members of the Hobby club Thursday afternoon al her home. Members of the club are Mesdames E. J. Zender, Richard Cowan, Harlan Frankl, D. J Simon, Chet DeSart, Richard Nor ton and Robert Williams. Dinner Honors Visitors— Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Rassmusson of Wilmar, Minn., were guests nl honor at a 6:30 dinner Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Attelson. Eight guests were present. Mr. and Mrs.. Rassmusson spent the week end at the S. W. Meyer home. Dinner-Bridge Club Meets— Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker entertained the members of the Dinner Bridge club last evening (Monday). Dinner was served at Crok's Lunchroom followed by bridge at the Walker home. iUrs. Murtagh Honored- Mrs. C. B. Murtagh was guest of honor Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. F. L. Tribon when a Birthday club met there. A covered dish supper was served and the evening was spent socially. or use in the court house, the jail I sit and where to put the hands also gave some interesting informa- Reunion Postponed— ion on the flag. Helen Christen-1 Due to war conditions, the Garen gave some pointers on how to aie fXCLUS/Vf AGfNTS fat g£gg§ PRODUCTS Lusby & Giossi .We. S«OI JVar Savings Stamps uilding and the county sheds next vinter. Purchase was made with rder for delivery at once. The board felt that it was unwise to buy Iowa coal because of the danger of combustion where so much was stored at once and especially during the warmer months. The county sheds in which some of the coal will be used are locaetd at Swea City, LuVerne, Algona, Titonka, Lone Rock and Lakota, and feet. Helen Christensen gave a talk entitled Clothes for the Occasion. The meeting was concluded after Shirley Weber and Faye Krause told the club of the activities at the convention at Ames. Wa-Tan-Ye's Attend Dinner— A group of Wa-Tan-Ye girls went to Clear Lake last evening (Monday) to attend a dinner at the Lake field No. 8 school reunion which was to have been held Sunday, June 28, has been postponed for one year. Other announcements wil be made at that time. Picnic at C. O.— Another family picnic was helc .on Father's Day, Sunday, at the Algona Country Club. The committee in charge was Mrs, M. G Bourne, Mrs. D. C. Hutchison and Mrs. E. A. Schemel. B0Y IN CANADA WITH ARMED FORCES Iryington: Mrs. Beda Watson has received ^rord from Her sbn, Paul that he is now located in Canada with our armed forces, the extent of his duties not bding known, However, Paul stated the mosquitoes were bad so It Is thought ho nust be hear some- lakp region. Paul Is one of our local young mr/n who Is making good In the Servloe of his couhtry. EOEt, NOW SERVING IN SOME FOREIGN PORT Mr. and Mrs: Chas"; Egel recelv- d word 'Friday through the War Department notifying theml of the afe arrival of their son, Paul, at ome'foreign port, destination not elng given. Previous to this, Paul ad been stationed at Fort Sncll- ng and later at Camp'DIx, Now ersey. CLARK .FAMILY IN rEUNION SUNDAY, JUNE 21' A Clark family reunion was held unday at the George Johnson home In Plum Creek township. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Clark of Brltt have been recent guests at the Johnson home, being Mrs. Johnson's parents. Those present for the occasion besides the Clarks were Mr. and Mrs. Don Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Clark, Jean and Joan of Webster Hartzell and daughter, Grace, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Clark, Leo, Jr., Lois and Jane, all >of Brltt, Roy Clark of Decorah, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Clark, Jean and oJair of Webster City, Mrs. James Ross of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch, Mr. and Mrs. 'Ben Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clark, daughters Sally and Sue of Algona, Howard Clark and daughter, Marilyn from Burt, Mr. Swimming L*4i6ft* At Municipal Pool 3 Morning Weekly Swimming' lessons will be given at the Muhiclp-al p65I bn-,Mofidays. Wednesday and Fridays- beginning this wjek with fcoaref Michel. Bruce Miller, Betty Scanjah and Bafbai-a Pool as instructors. Beginners' lessons will be given on Mondays, intermediate lessons on (Wednesdays, and advanced swimming and diving on Fridays. Junior life saving lessons will begin th6 first of July and If any one Is Interested in Senior Life'Saving lessons they are asked to get In touch wibh Roger Michel. Potter Reunion Held At Fairgrounds on Sunday Afternoon The twenty-third annual Potter reunion Was held at the fairgrounds Sunday with an attendance of,86. Dinner was served In the 4-H club building at noon and the afternoon was spent socially. Officers elected for the next year were Ray Potter, president, succeeding Edward Zenderf vice president, Dolbert Potter; secretary, Ellen Miner, succeeding Carroll Potter. White Leghorn Pullets ' 2 to 3 weeks old ^ $16.00 per 100 \ Cotton Hatchery lone Rock and Mrs. Merle Deibler, Mary and Jackie of Miller and Mr. and Mrs Dale Craven and daughter, Patty of Titonka. MR. AND AIRS. GLEN SCSHORE IN WILSON HOME, CLINTON Mr. and Mrs. Glen Schore and three children have gone to Clinton, where they will make their home after a visit of several weeks at the Ray Fitch home, Mrs. Schore being the former Helen Pitch. The Schores have secured :he home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wilson, former Algona high School manual training instructor, for the summer months during the Wilsons' absence from the city while they are on vacation. KOSSUTHMS HOLDS MEET IN BURT TUESDAY iBurta Kossuth Chapter No. 201, O. E. S., observed Friendship Night here last week Tuesday evening at a special meeting which was attended by about, 70 members and visitors from neighboring chapters. The Initiatory work was put on by officers from visiting chapter^. The various offices were filled by the following people: Fern Paulson Corwtfth, W. M.; D. L., WillKle, Kanawha, W. P.; Harriet Davidson, Kanawlha, A. M.; J. P. Trunkhill, Burt, A. P.; Ann Ha worth, Armstrong, secretary; and Martha West Armstrong, treasurer; Esther Sorensen, Burt, Cond.; Grace Paris, Armstrong, A.. Cond.; Lillian Wadleigh, Algona, .chaplain; Winnie Falb, Livermore, marshal; Millie Klamp, Algona, organist; Helen Miller, Corwith, Adah; Oriole Christiansen, Ringsted, Ruth; yelma Olson, Algona, Esther; Helen Smith, Livermore, Martha; Ruth Ann Martin, Algona, Electa; Nellie Dremmel, Burt, warden, and Ella McDonald, Bea,ts Potato Record When Mr. and Mrs. Chris Knudsen stated in last week's Upper Des Moines that they had new potatoes out ,of their garden June 14th, Henry Lund, also of Algona, makes a statement that he had that record beaten. The Lunds had new potatoes on the table on June 6th, beating the Knudsens by one week. ?$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$ $$$$$$$$ $$$SS $$$$$$$ \ CASHLOANS I I 25 - 50 -100 - 200 - 250 OR MORE I * * 7* To pay your bills, taxes, to buy fuel, clothing. «, «» Prompt—Courteous—Dependable Service ^ •* Special Payment Plan For Farmers « m -w !? ' Come in—Phone —Write. *» Kossuth County Credit Bureau E. II. Pittman, Mgr. 9 1 /-? N. Dodge, Algona, la. 23-25 s s s s- i- s s s & s s s s s Your Furs Deseive Careful Handling They Get It Here Send your Fur Coat today to The Elk Cleaners & Furriers. Let us give your furs the beauty treatment they deserve—a real scientific cleaning. PHONE 330 The ELK CLEANERS & FURRIERS Across from Postoffice ST. JOE PEOPLE ATHNDEDTHE ILLG REUNION St. Joe: On last Sunday, Jun 14th, an Illg family reunion wa leld at the Spencer park with 9 n attendance. A picnic dinner am supper was enjoyed by all. Thosi attending from here were: Mr. ant s. George Illg, Mr. and Mrs. Fre :ilg, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Illg itr. and Mrs. Arthur Illg and fam ly, Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Haroh leding, Sheryl and John, Mr. anc tfrs, Alfred Reding and family Harold Frideres and sorr, Gary anc Anna Kayser. Others attending were: Father Francis Illg of Mallard, Mr. anc Mrs. Henry Zeimet and family o Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hlg and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymonc Illg and family, Mr. and Mrs. August Illg and family, Mr. and Mrs Vincent Illg and family, Mr. anc Mrs. Aloysius Illg and family, Mr and Mrs. Adolph Illg and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Desasauers and family, Mr. and Mrs. Math Ehleringer and family, Mr. and Mrs John Dicker, Charles Illg, Frank Decker, Mrs. Ed Illg and Mrs. Geo ICruecher all from Currie, Minn, and Mr. and Mrs. Roney Thilges of Tracy, Minn. Mark Thilges spent several days last week with Shirley and Franklin Wagner. The John Schumacher graveling crew is to move to St. Joe gravel pit this week and start gravelin roads in this vicinity. Eleanor Bormarrn, who is attending A. I. B. at Des Moines spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormarin and other relatives and friends. Domonic Etringer and friend of Maquoketa visited with relatives here the past week. Mr. Etringer is a brother of Mrs. Will Thilges and Mrs. Joe Thilges of here and Mrs. John Thilges of West Bend. Mrs. Adolph Fuhrmann and son, Robert, left Sunday via train from Iowa Falls for a two "weeks visit with her father, Joe Kupper and with other relatives at Lindsey, Texas. i Catherine Swirizcyski plans to return to Emporia, Kansas, on Wednesday after a visit here with her friends. She accompanied Clarence Erpelding here who had been visiting at Emporia. Plrivate Albert Thilges from Camp Roberts, Calif., has been- visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Thilges and other relatives the past week. He plans to leave here this week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence TThilges and daughter Arlene attended the funeral of Janet Sue Gartner, C month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Garfner at Mapleton, Minn., Friday at 9:30. The baby passed away Thursday after a short illness. Mrs. Gartner was Regiira Thilges, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Thilges, West Bend, but wjll known here. Mrs. Neal Smith Injured in Collision When a car driven by Mrs. Neal Smith and on-e driven by Irvin O. Peterson collided at the intersection of McGregor and Wooster streets Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Smith sustained a badly bruised upper left arm besides being considerably shaken up. Mrs. Smith's car was headed east and the Peterson car was completely turned around. Damage to the Peterson car was in ;he front end and the Smith car was dented considerably on the eft rear. Mrs. Gilm6r'e and Leonn Smith were occupants with Mrs. Smith, but were uninjured. Sand Out for Scrap Rubber Drive Opening About twenty members of the high school band, in a large truck, and played numbers in announce ment of the opening of the scrap rubber drive. Following the bane ivas another truck upon which vere a dozen boy scouts' and they distributed cards and notices per :aining to the drive with instruc ions as to how to dispose-of serai •ubber and who to contact fo collecting. The Lloyd Gross 7 amily, of Dexter, Vlinn., Visits Here Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gross, now if near Dexter, Minn., but up to Vtarch 1st .of this year farmers vest of Algona, were visitors in .Igona Saturday. They were on heir way to Des Moines with Willrd, their son, who will enter the rmed forces there Monday. The atter was a registrant with the drafl oard here and a member of the ontingent which left here Thura- ay a week ago. Willard is mar- ied -to Fern, daughter of Mr. anc] ifrs. Henry Neuman, formerly of 'Ona. but now living in Colorado, rlrs. Willard Gross will go to Col- rado to make her home with her arents while Willard is in the ervice. /al Fuhrman, Canada, Asks Warm Weather In a letter received from Val Fuhrmann, Netherhlll, Saskatchewan, Canada, he encloses a clipping rom the newspaper stating that n June 12th several points in that eighborhood reported frost, snow nd sleet, that the temperature drop- ed to 29 and plants in low-lying laces were nipped. He suggests hat some of Kossuth weather be ent up there, not knowing that it as been unseasonably cold here, Iso. Mr. Fuhrman is a former St. oe resident. Mr. and Mrs. Forbes Stilts and family were Sunday guests'at the parental: Ray Fitch borne. Elmer Riggs, Wesley, To FJy Bomber Planes Wealey: Rev. J. A- Riggs left on Wednesday for Rochester, N. Y., where be will officiate at the wedding of bis son, Elmer, Saturday, at Baxter, N. T., who plans to be employed by Pu4Ame4c«Hj! Afe ways and be may., pilot bombeV planes to bewes in Africa, • v.'-.. .*) f • •'•-- Edward Skilling is working for the Sim Leigh family. Ed is one of Algona high school's 1942 graduates. Willie Gisch has gpne to Texas to visit his borther, Andy, who is in the U. S. Service. Willie has been working for Armor Lemkee. Earl Loss and his cousin, Maxine Gibson, visited" last week with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kettber at Dumont, Mrs. Kelber being a sister of Earl. Mrs. Frank Devine, aunt of Mrs. Hall Skilling and sister of Mrs. R. J. Skilling, passed away 'at her home near Livermore late Saturday evening. Mrs. Alice Duryea is spending :he summer with her daughter, Mrs. Halph Lage, later in the season. Mrs. Duryea plans on visiting relatives in the Dakotas. Walter Elbert is being employed by the McGuire grading crew ivhile Al Shearer is hauling steel >ins for the government. Both amilles live in Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman, •., and daughter, Joanne, arrived rom Knoxville, Tenn-., last Wed- tesday and will spend the summer t the George Hackman, Sr., home. Miss Dorothy Mawdsley arrived ast week from Des Moines and vill spend the summer with her ather, Edw. Mawdsley. Previously o returning home Dorothy visited Vith friends in Maryland. Misses Ramona and Jane Mayer ave been selected as the demon- Chums 4-H girls' club. A study in conservation is being planned by the girls to be held June 24 at the Call State Park. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Leigh have received word from their son, Donald, that he has been promoted to first class private. Donald is still stationed at Camp Leonard Wood at Rollo, Mo., where he has been stationed since his enlistment on July 16, 1941. Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Frankl, Mrs. Pat Mulligan of Bancroft and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf of Burt attended the funeral of Gerald Steimel, age 12 years, at Waterloo, last week, Gerald was accidentally shot by his brother while they were playing with a .22 rifle. He was a cousin of those who attended the services. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weaver and family are temporaritly located at the Elmer Weaver home north of Irvington. Alvin .has enlisted in the army and expects to be inducted into service the latter part of June. Mrs. Weaver's plans are rather indefinite for the future, however, she may locate at Waterloo, where she has relatives. Word' has been received that Mrs. W. F. Mullica, sister of Geo. Hackman, Sr., has left Salem, Ore., where she had spent the- winter with her daughter, Mrs. H. J. lind, and will make an extended visit at Ortonville, Minn., and Algona. Mrs. Mullica still owns the foundry which her late husband operated for many years. Mrs. Alice Cox was hostess to the Cresco Embroidery club last Wednesday (a week ago) with 20 laides present. Mrs. Earl Miller, club president, was in charge. The response to roll call was answered by "How to Keep Young." Many amusing answers were given. Games were played with Mrs. Ralph Brown taking charge, after which a two course luncheon was served. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Van Stenberg left last Thursday (a week ago) for their home at Flint, Mich., after a'visit at the parental Chas. Egel home. Enroute home ithey stopped at Red Wing, Minn., for an over night stay with' Everett's grandmother, thence they propeed- sd. let a Wisconsin point, making the remainder of the trip by boat on- Lfijt? Michigan, taking one of largest steam boats, A. W. AMUNSON OPTOMETRIST Algona, Iowa - DESIGNED FOR ACTION The new Feather-Edge Cut is designed for action . . . . appropriate for dress up or service . . . suitable for any age . . flattering to you. 'For appointment call Twin-Co Beauty Salon (In Kresensky'n) Phone 5 for city-wise smartness Here's crisp cool freshness to lift you through the droopy dogdays . . . airy rayon net in advanced tail- > ore'd fashions that will look new right into Fall. Fine dark sheers with novelty tucking and corded bodice details ... touched with young white -lingerie collar and cuffs. Black, Navy, Brown i<iJ4 to $12^5 • Other Dresses $2.98 and up MYNETTE yOUTHFUL HALF-SIZE DRESSES Christensen's "EXCLUSIVE BUT NOT EXPENSIVE" Specials for Wednesday Only! Bananas 4 Ibs 25c Pork & Beans, No. 2 can —— r 9c Cookie?, per Ib, - 19c Spry, 3 cans 69c Macaroni and Cheese, jr^cjjue) ajnci yi- 4v(u4h jnento j, 0 af _4b, Ay C Club Frankfurters „ ib. Howe Rendered Tuesday, June 23 Wed.-Thurs., June 24-25' SABU (he j«,r,r ; Thursday Bargain Matinee Radyaid Kipling'i THI i Calendar Coupon JUNGlfBQDK • " (im " M " E riurow _ ttcawcoio* j AIH1ID HIICHCUCn. Plus Hal Roach's Service Comedy "ABOUT FACE" , rtiutum Plus "Victory Quiz" Friday arid Saturday, June 26-27 You've been waiting ever since December 7th WRITTEN ACROSS THE SOUTH PACIFIC SKIES! Added Attraction Hugh Herbert in "Fun for, the Fftmjly E^ery Sunday, ftlonday and Twwjfty, June JOHN SJBNBfCK'S.CKAT NpVft fohrt,

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