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^v f ' 'ffi f: -i^iw^ip / f "*" i '"^"4 •* 1 ^ ( r ""i f* ^ > t/ * •*'*. j j A ^ **-,' MRS.F.GENRICH HEADS LONE ROCK RED CROSS GROUP ix>ne Rock: Mrs. W. J. Cotton lield a Red Cross meeting Thursday afternoon and officers for the lone Rock branch were elected as follows: Mrs. Fred Genrich, chairman; Mrs. Ralph Thompson, vice chairman; Mrs. Alfred Jorgenson, secretary, and E. M. Jensen, treasurer, Lucille Haack spent Saturday night and Sunday with Fern Sanders. Miss Mary Ann Flaig of Algona spent Sunday at the parental Frank Flaig home. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Nelson of Britt were vis.'tors at the Wm. Nelson home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lynch were dinner guests at the Hiram Ackerman home at Burt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin, of Letts Creek called at the Donald RacT'g home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Johnson and son, Myron of Elmore were guests at the Ray Snyder home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Wadsworlh and Marlene were callers at the Arie Dlttmer home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Bellinger and daughter were visitors at the Wlll- ard Menz home at Fenton Sunday afternoon. Donald Marlow, Mrs. Eldbn Marlow arrd Donna Jean and Robert. Bates visited Mrs. Donald Marlow at Oakdale Sunday. The Henry Kueck family, Mr. and Mrs. Brenard Jensen were guests at the Maynard Kueck home; at Swea City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Kylcn of Swen City, 'Mr. and Mrs. James Nymnn were guests at the P. L. Person home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough arrd children, Fritz and Judy were visitors at the Delmer Angus home Jiear Burt Sunday afternoon. tlie 1. W. Nelson family werd din ner guests at the Floyd Bacon home and Supper guests' at the Chris Knudsen home at BOrt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt and daughter were Sufi-day afternoon callers at the John Melne home at Whlttemore and at the Robert Schmidt home Sunday evening. •Mrs. Jessie Stebritz, Mason City, Miss Kjathryn (Stebritz of Clear Lake and Chas. Hawks of Spirit Lake spent several days last week wMh Mrs. E. M. Hawks who is 111. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hurlburt of Wh'ttemore, were dinner guests at the Ralph Hurlburt home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. BurlhrgarnR were afternoon callers at the Hurlburt home. Mrs. Cl.'fford Mueller was taken to the home of her parents, the A. D. Newbroughs, last week from the Kossuth hospital where she had undergone an operation for appendicitis. The Mueller children are beirrg cared for at the Ed Blanchard home. The Ladies' Mite society met nt the home of Mrs. C. S. Whltehouse Thursday afternoon with Mrs. V. V. Frye assisting hostess. ' Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough read the missionary lesson. The next meeting will be held with Mrs. Fred Gerr- rich and w.'.th Mrs. W. C. Whitehouse assisting. Mr. arrd Mrs. J. F. Quinn entertained friends at a 500 party Sa!> Urday evening in honor of their wedding anniversary. Four tables were In play with the prizes won- by Alex Hawks. Mrs. Emil Kraft, high; Mrs. Melvin Hawks and Russell Bates, low. Jim Long received the travel prize. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Jim Long, Velma Grower- son, Mr. arrd Mrs. Russell Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hawks, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Will Schrader and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kraft. FENTON TAPS WHITTEMORE19-4 FRIDAY NIGHT •Fenton: Fehton's second team beat the Whlttemore Presentation Academy quint here 19-4 Friday night. At the half the score stood 10-1. Brown, Fenton's forward, coU lected 11 points. The Fenton first team defeated the visitors' first bunch 40-26. At the end of the first half the score was 16-14 In favor of the home team. Block* wenn With 14 po.'<nts and Jeiitz arrd Preul with 12 points, were Fenton's high point men, while Uhlenhake scored high for the visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Alderson ami Phyllis King were Sunday dinner guests at the Morris Mitchell home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborn, Wilma and Bruce, were supper guests Sunday night of Mrs. Anna Os- borh. Robert Schwartz, stationed at Namesake J. Maxwell Joice of Cleveland, Ohio, in recent years has sent his Christmas greeting cards to the Joice, Iowa, postoffice to be mailed from there to his friends and relatives. He is the nephew of the late P. M. Jotee, former Lake Mills banker, for whom tne town of Joice, Iowa, was named. Comfort For the next year or so people will do more walking than usual. Men and women on their ftet all day should have comfortable shoes. You feel better, work better and think better. It has taken me a year to locate the shoe I want and j'ou want. Five different factories have made sample pairs for me but none of them filled the bill. Fin-ally I found a ladies' oxford made over in . Illinois that is my idea of a perfect comfort shoo. It has all the flexibility of the finest welt with plenty of toe room. Best of all it has a perfect ankle fit. No gapping at the sides or chaffing at the heel. My first order of these oxfords went out of the store like snow under a hot sun. I at once placed an order for 600 pairs. Part of them will be here in a few days. Our ceiling price on these slippers is $2.59, but buying in 600 pairs solid cases makes it possible for me to offer them at $2.25. We have them made on all widths B-C-D and E and all sizes from 4 to 10. Having all sizes and all widths we can give our customers a perfect fit. We are very proud of these slippers and will be glad to show you how nice they fit. For right down comfortable feet call for the New "Silver Sewed" Slipper. You will dance and sing with glee, Even i-f older than you used to be. By mail: Send us $2.25 say "Silver Sewed" state size and width, we will do the rest. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN Stutgart, Arkansas, who is in the air corps, has been promoted to staff sergeant. He ,'-s taking up flying. Dinner guests Sunday evening at the P. H. Eigler home were Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller'and children and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kigler and their children. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck and Doris were Sunday supper guests at the Hildreth Pettit. Mr. and Mrs. Trvin Frank and Diarre were even'ng callers. Mrs. Walter Ohm of Waterloo rnme Sunday night for ,scvera3 days' visit with friends. She vistnrt at the Everett Dreyer and E. W. Ruske homes.' Karl Schwartz, stationed at the army air base at Rapid City, S. D. was recently promoted to ser- gennt. Karl is taking up radio work in the air corps. P. F. Mueller entertained at supper Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Jentz and family, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Jentz and family and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause and Howard. Mr. »U birthday anniversary. fclnnU guests included Mf. and Mrs. ffl and Mrs. Wm. Brown and Wilfred of Armstrong. Mrs. Otto Kelly and Emerson of Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goetsh were Saturday dinner guests of Mrs. Anna Osborn. Benora 'Mitchell, Virginia Ruth Mueller, Dale Mitchell and Robert Mitchell attended a birthday party Saturday afternoon for Myrna Meling of Cylinder, who celebrated her fifth birthday. Ordean Kabrtek was honored at -i dinner Sunday at the home of his parents, the Art Kabricks, it being leesfields. Evening callff were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Haftse and Bonnie of Armstrong and and Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod. Dinner guests Sunday at th Chas. Welsbfods were Mr. an Mrs. Dale Welebrod and Pamela •Mr. and Mrs Art Voigt arid sorrs Mr. Snd Mrs. 'Wm, Fischer, Mr and Mrs. Robert Bleckwenn an Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Weisbrod. Mrs. E. A. Huskamp returne home Sunday from Chicago wher she was called two weeks ago be cause of the serious condition o her daughter, Mrs. J. Seglln, baby girl born prematurely to Mr and Mrs. Scgllrr, and the mother ar both getting along nicely. A Christian flag, donated to th Methodist church by the W. S. C S., was dedicated Sunday durin the morning worship. Mrs. Leste Weisbrod, president of the W. " C. S., presented the flag to Rev F. C. Pfeul, who accepted it i: behalf of the congregation. V. ] Tatum, Sunday School superintend ent, responded in the service. Th flag salute and song "Our Flag were g.'.ven by all. The Indepndence T\«rp. Farm Bureau met Friday night at th center school, 4 miles west of town A very interesting and worthwhile program was given. Don Trenarj of Pocahontas county, led com munity singing and gave a talk Dorothy Dreyer gave a talk on "My 4-H Trip to Chicago"; Harol Berkeland gave a report on the short course he attended at Amei Dec. 28-30. Marvin Berkeland gavi a reading concerni-rrg the Farm Bu reau and County Agent R. W. Ash by addressed the gathering. Host: and hostesses were Messrs, am MeSsdames lErnest Ockings, Ar Kabrick, John Kerber, Sigurd Ol son and John Finnestad. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Baago celo brated their silver wedding anniver sary Friday night at the hall in R.'.ngsted. A movie "You Are Al ways In My Heart" was shown, followed by a luncheon and dancing The couple was presented with a silver sugar and creamer and a purse of money. A large crowd attended. Relatives from a distance present were Mr. and Mrs, Harry Bucroft of Tuttle Lake, Wis.. Mr. and Mrs. John Baago, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Baago and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Huskamp of Fairmont, Minn., Mr. and (Mrs. Myron Alderson of Ruthven, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Huskamp and family and Walter Barnhart of Swea City and Miss Leona Baago, Mason Ctty. BEND YOUNG COUPLE WAS MARRIED IN WASHINGTON, D.C. West Bend: Miss Katherine Mertz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mertz of this place, and Glerr Blair, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Blair, also of West Bend, were married at St. Gabriel's Cathedral, Washington, D. C., Dec: 14, by the Rev. W. J. Sweeney. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Abrams. Mrs. Abrams is a sister of the bride. Mrs. Blair has been employed .'.n the copyright division of the library of congress in Washington, D. C., the past six years. Mr. Blair is with the U. S. rravy and at this time is stationed at Norfolk, Va. He has been in the navy for the past four years. Sgt. Edward Baas came from Camp McCoy, W'.s., to spend a few days with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Kelvin Henely and children were recent visitors at the Donald Cooper home near Ottosen. Mrs. Archie Pert! was surprised on her birthday by a group of fr.'ends. • A delicious lunch was served by Mr. Pertl. Corp. Oscar Zaugg of Camp Kerns, Utah, is spending the week at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Zaugg. Mrs. P. O. Dorwe'ler took Mrs. Rachael Parsons to Fort Dodge where she took a train for her home irr Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt and Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Wilson went to Iowa City to consult physicans about Mrs. Schmidt's health. Beverly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Brown, has accepted a pos-'tion in the Iowa State Bank. She finished her course at the A. I. B. last week. His job is vital to America's war effort. • • and he'll carry on! • "Keep 'cm rolling' is more than a slogan. It's a must.' Evety serviceable piece of automotive equipment is needed—needed on the road. That makes the service station dealer a vital cog in the nation's war machine. Just consider that— * * * Millions of war workers have no other means— except autos to get to work. In some sections over 75* of war workers reach their plants by car. Over 63% of all freight going in and out of war plants is carried by truck. 54,000 communities are not reached by railroad, depend on trucks for supplies. Nearly 100% of many vital crops are hauled to market by truck. Over 2,000 cities depend on cars for private transportation. Every car owner must do a certain amount of necessary driving, as provided for under the rationing system. Yes! America must remain a nation on wheels, and your Standard Oil Dealer is proud that he is playing a vital part in America's war effort. You can count on it—he'll carry on! STANPARD OIL COMPANY (INDIANA) Mrs. Harold Jennings returned home Saturday from a visit with her husband at Camp Bowie, Texas. She resumed her teaching on Monday. • Seaman /Prrst ClawS Roy For- SEE YOUR STANDARD iam- H-. United Sum Wai Saving.. BumU and Sumps Diive under 35 — liioic your car sythe of the receiving' regiment of the Great Lakes Naval Station, Chicago, spent a few days with his wife and family. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Schonallen received a letter from their son, James, who is in the U. S. navy saying that he is on an island somewhere irr the South Pacific. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Troup of Des Moines are spending a few days at the Nevins Cuplin home. Mrs. Troup is the former Emma Colgan sister, of Mrs. Cuplin. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Balgeman went to Waterloo Saturday for A few days' visit with friends. They also expect to visit Billie Heller, who is in the Mercy hospital in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Art Anderson and daughter, Jean, returned to their home near Buffalo, N. D., Thursday after a three weeks' visit with Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zinnell. , Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Dunn ot Fort Dodge and son, Ward Officer Joe Dunn of Fort Knox, Ky., were Wednesday evening callers at the Roy Forsythe home and alar) visited other relatives. Miss Elma Zaugg returned from Battle Creek, Mich., recently. She spent two weeks there with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Franck and their new daughter, Judith Lynn. Miss Ruth Bruellman left for Omaha, Nebr., Saturday after spend- 'ng a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Bruellman. Miss nruellman is attending Van Sant of business there. David Schutter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schutter, who was ''ir- ducted into the army a week ago, was home Sunday on a forty-eight hour leave of absence. He is being stationed in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Summons of Cherokee were week end visitors at the home of his mother, Mrs. Arthur Simmons. Their son, Jimmy, has spent the past week with his grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Simmons are moving to Webster City soon. Eugene PrimiSing returned to Champaigrte, III., Friday after vis'.t- ing with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Primising. Eugene is taking a medical course at the State University of Illinois and has one more year before completing the course. Mr. and Mrs. Nevins Cupl.'-n and son, Gilbert, Miss Alberta Henring, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. McMullerr, Harry Poffenberger and Miss Mable Dinsmore attended the wedding of Miss Lucille Beneke and Floyd Ellson, C. S. P., at Laurens Sunday, Jan. 3rd. A shower was given at the home I of Mrs. Nevins Cuplin Saturday I evening honoring Mrs. Andy Troup, sister of Mrs. Cuplin. A dainty buffet lunch was served at the beginning of an evening of entertainment Many 'beautiful were received by the bride. A meeting was held at the West Bend consolidated school Jan. 4th showing the growing of hemp. The meeting was an added feature of Mr. Abramson's regu'ar school for farmers. The farmers have been slow signing up tor the growing of hemp but it is a new project for this country. Some have already signed un and it is believed many more will. LADI MTSCR] Lotto- Creek: The Ladles' Aid met Friday afternoon at the Lutheran school with Mrs. Lydia Wet*el afl hostess. Election of Officeis was held with results as follows: president, Mrs. Fred MeySrj Vice president, Mrs. Arthur Zumach; secretary, , Mrs. Alex Radl# and treasurer, Mrs, Arnold Meyer; sick committee, Mirs. fid Kressln and Mrs. Herman Relsner; '.serving committee, Mrs. John Schallin, Mrs. H, F. iMlttag, Mrs. Carl Zumach; kitchen committee, Mrs Otto W?<jh- tendahl and Mrs. Andrew Kadlng. Visitors to aid were Mrs. Herman IfflntZi Mm. (Sfrvln WetzeJ, Mrs. Relnie Wetzel, Ella Wetzet and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Melhe eti< tertaJned at a 600 party Friday evening. 'High <s«ore prisles want to Arthur Rusch and Mrs, M. A. Meyer and low to Mrs. A. Rusch. Others attending tfere M. A. Meyer, Mr. .and Mrs., 'Fred Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. L. Haekbarth, Mr. aftd Meyer, Miss Esther Schmlel, R. N., who had ibeen 'visiting the past few Weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Schmiel, left Saturday maming for Rochester, M'.nri., where she will be employed. (Miss Schmlel is a former graduate nurse of Rochester and has been employed at Orflno, Idaho, the past two years. News Items of Wesley Vicinity Earl, the young son of Mr, ant Mrs. Matt Hildman was ill las week. Gladys Goetz spent last week a the Ph.'lip Goetz home near Ban croft. Andrew Gollner and two daugh ters visited his relatives in Wlscon sin last week. The annual firemen's ball will bi held in the Meinpeter hall Friday evening, Jan. 22. Vincent Kleinpeter, who works a Minneapolis, spent the week end with his family here. The Catholic missionary society will sponsor a public card party Sunday evening, Jan. 31st. Mr. and Mrs. Chas.Nygaard be< came the parents of a nine poum daughter Saturday morning. Miss Miriam Nelson, teacher in the public school, spent the week end wfth her parents at Crysta' Lake. , Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haag and son, Monte of Algona were Sunday visitors at the parental, George Ward home. Reese Martin, who is attending a -barber school at Des Moines, spent the week end here with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Loebig and son, Jim of Algona were Sunday evening visitors at the Evroul Loe- jig home. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Goetz and fam- ly were Sunday visitors at her larental John Arndorfer home near 3t. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lease, Loren dnd Mrs Susan Lease were Sunday dinner guests at the J. W. Walker home at Corwkh. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Welter of Corw.'th called on his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Welter and on her rother, Ed Loebig and family on lunday. The Embroidery club will meet ivith Miss Ruth Mary Bauer next Thursday evening. Mrs. Frank Bleich will entertain her bridge club next Thursday. Fidelis Otis, youngest daughter of Mrs. Mary Otis, --entered a business college at Mason City last week. She graduated from the Britt high chool last spring. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Flehler and' wo children of Ringsted were Sun- lay visitors at the Emil Wester iome. Mr. Flehler was employed n the local creamery several years go. The basketball teams of the pub- c school played at Woden Friday ,ight. The girls won 37-18 and he boys lost 14-15. The Whitte- lore teams play here Friday night, an. 15. Paul Studer has been ill with Jalta Fever the past month but s able at this time to sit up some very day. Cletus West !« caring or the chores at the Studer home, aul is a son of Ben G. Studer. Mr, and Mrs. Urban Lickteig en- ertained Mr. and Mrs. Sam Striley Algona, Mr. and Mrs, B. J. iteuhe and Ruth of Irvington and dr. and Mrs. Fred Jergens and two hildren of Kanawha on New Years ay. The C. D. of A. will treat the ioir of St. Joseph's Catholic church o a banquet and entertainment on unday evening, Feb. 14th. A committee meeting was held Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Al- 'fred Erdman. Bernard Erdman will leave Monday, Jan.. 18th for induction into the U. S. army. He is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erdman and has taught and coached in the public school at Alvord the past two and a half years. Mrs. A. R. Kisack and daughter, Cheryll, left Monday for .their home at Hayward, Calif., following a two- months' visi-t at her parental Wallace Benton home and with other relatives here, at Des Moines and in Nebraska. She was formerly Irana Dee Benton. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Raney entertained their evening card club on Sunday evening. Mrs. Julius Kunz, Julius Kunz,. Jr., and Mrs. Page received high score prizes and Mrs. R. K. Richardson won low score prize. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchi. son will entertain the club Sunday evening, Jan. 24th, 'First Class Private Harold Wolf has recently been transferred from Camp Bowie Texas, to Camp Hood. First Class Fireman Leander Wolf is in navy somewhere in the war zone. First Class Private Louis Wolf is at Camp Barkeley, Texas, j and Private Otto Wolf was until recently at Camp Robnlson, Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Studer and Mr. and Mrs. George Vitzthum ert- Lieut. Glenn Dyer of Ledyard is Promoted •Ledyard: Lieut. Glenn Dyer was home on a furolugh .visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Dyer and family and with many Ledyard friends. Glenn left Wednesday for Fort Benning, Georgia, for a month's training that will make him a company commander. After a short time he will go to South Carolina with two other lieutenants. Glenn's many friends are glad to hear one so young making a fine advancement. Glenn especially likes h.'« work very much and enjoys bis training. Mrs. Chris Madison and Milton we're Sunday callers at the Charles Qsborn borne. terta.'-ned their evening card club Sunday evening at the Studer home. Mr. and (Mrs. Alf Studer won high score family prize and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eischeid received travel prize. The George Wards and Ed Hlldmans will entertain the club at the Hildman home Sunday evening, Jan. 24th. Compulsory 1>e Inspection li A Part of Uncle Sam'a War Agaimt the Rubber Shortage Bring your oar in early tor the first Otflolal Tire Inspectldw, The Tire Inspection Records of every car and motorcycle owner In the country must be signed by an authorized OPA Mts/peC- tor by January 31, IMS. Drive In today! CHAMPLINOILS GAS-GREASES Car Wa*hing Battery Service Park's Super Service Phjone 708 State and Harlan YOUR STORES j^jy -MEALTIME ' FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JANUARY 16 AND 16 ' NATURE'S LABORATORY In Dame Nature's Laboratory is prepared all the vitamins, proteins and minerals essential to growth and good health. . . . All of which are found in abundance in the following ingredients for Ma Brown Bread—Whole Wheat Flour, Superb Extracted Honey, Creamery Butter, Whole Milk and Fresh Yeast. MA BROWN BREAD, 24 OUNCE LOAF .. I5c COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS BEEF STEAK SHOULDER STEAK, Per Pound 7... 29c SIRLOIN & SHORTCUTS, Per Pound 39c ROUND STEAK, Per Pound Beef Roasts Per Pound 270 PORK LIVER Per Lb. 190 BLACK COD Per Lb. 26c Fresh Smoked " WIENERS Per Lb. 270 KRAFT CHEESE Natural Core ASIERICAJT- ANT QUANTITY Per Pound 29c SUMMER SAUSAGE Per Pound 35c 3IILI) CtJKK, SUPERB FANCY CATSUP, 14-oz. Bottle 17c PABST-ETT, American and Pimento, Package . 19c HONEY GRAHAM CRACKERS, 2-lb. Box 27c CALIFORNIA BLACK FIGS Wholesome and Economical Fruit for sauce, Black Figs call for very little sugar. Put through the Food Grinder and use in bread, cakes, pudding and cookies. POUND BAG ... 29c Delicious Wholesome Gelatin Dessert can be easily made In any of the 7 popular flavors without added sugar. for 230 NANCY ANN "Enriched" BREAD .This light flaky loaf with a Golden Brown Crust, has a rich and different flavor. Enriched with Vitamin Bl. Sliced for your toaster. Sold only at Council Oak. Ounce Loaf (li/a Pounds)'... "FIRST PRIZE" MEALY BEANS, 2-lb. Bag 13c SUPERB OATS, Quick and Regular, Large Pkg. . 19c GENUINE EGG NOODLES, 8-oz. Cello. Bag ........ .7c Mammoth SALTED PEANUTS Pound 29c Black WALNUT MEATS % Pound 19c "Perfect Pancakes Every Time" 50 large Restaurant Size Cakes made from every fc*e , when you follow simple directions on tne FAMILY BAQ .,.. 22c Fancy Sunkist NAVEL ORANGES Nice Size, Per Pozen .,...,,. "AU SPITZENBERG APPLES I'STt 250 NORTHeRN CAJBABe, F«nml .......'','^'.'. ,8jc OREEN TOP CARROTS, Large Bgnch 7,,',. V. V, jg NEW CROP UTf (JCl, Mlw PENICK .STARCH Corn, Potwd ^ .80 sweet YBLLOW ONIONS, i Pound$ ;v,",T,.;,IP* Kirk's Hardwater CASTILI CRISCO Shortening P&G WHITE LAUNDRY

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