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IRVINGTON FARM FOLKS MOVE TO DAKOTA CITY HOME Irvington: Mr. and Mrs. George Noone, who recently held a farm disposal sale at their place southwest of Irvington have purchased a modern house and five lots in Dakota C.'.ty. They will take possession and move on March 1st. The Noone family has lived in this community for several years, Mrs. Noone being the eldest daughter of Mrs. Kate Chllton, now deceased. Mr. Noone will be engaged at tiling after they get located and has secured employment now for the entire summer. MRS. KRAtJSE AND MRS. NORMS ENTERTAIN LADIES (Mrs. Arthur Krause and Mrs.. Stanley Norris were jo.'nt hostesses 'to the Irvington ladles farm bureau last 'Friday afternoon, the meeting being held at the Krause •home. Mrs. Grace Phillips presented the lesson material which was on war buying. A surprise gift shower was tendered to Mrs. Aloy- s'us Eischeid who is moving on March 1st as a courtesy for the interest she has manifested in the latlies organization. Tint jne:ct training school will be held on Feb. 24, hence there will not be a regular meeting until some tfme in March, the time and place being announced later. MRS. BEN POTTER HOSTESS TO FARM BtJREAtI MEET Mrs. Ben Potter was hostess on Feb. 4 to the lad.'es of Cresco township and Rlverdale township at an all day farm bureau meeting. Mrs Andrew Godfredson and Mrs. Paul Wille represented Cresco township. Miss Alma Schultz presented the lesson material on Wartime Buying. Due to the blocked roads Mrs. Grace Phillips of IrvMigtorr was unable to attend the meeting held last week at Sexton so took this opportunity of receiving the lesson with this group of ladles. MRS. PATTERSON HOSTESS TO FRIENDLY HOUR CLUB Mrs. Lucille Patterson was the hostess to the Riverdale Friendly Hour club last Wednesday afternoon (a week ago.) Mrs. Lyle Steele club president was In charge. Mrs. Wm. Boldridge had charge of a game. Mrs. Patterson also presented the lesson of first aid as part of the entertainment. Waffles were served for lunch. The next regular meeting will be held at the Steele home with the officers acting as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs Donald Weaver, who formerly lived at Bode, have moved in with Donald's mother, Mrs. Matilda Weaver and Donald will farm the home place for the coming season. In spite of the bad roads assessor, Lawrence Hutch'ns of Irvington township and Mrs. Eleanor Potter of Cresco are busy maknig the rounds. THE GOAT THAT HIDES IN A CAVE Malta is a little rocky island in the Mediterranean Sea not far from Italy. It's the most bombed place in all the world. There are farmers in Malta, as in America. They lead a dangerous life; work when they can «nd hide when they must. Even the goats have learned to scam- rper for the caves when the planes are overhead. We free and independent farmers don't live and work 'with such terrible odds against <us. That is why, as we sell our crops and milk and eggs, we must buy Bonds . . . buy Bonds to the full limit of our ability. There is another reason for buying Bonds, aside from winning this war. They are an investment backed by the strongest government in the world. They return a third more than you pay for them in ten years. They never depreciate in value. And you can cash them after sixty days. Buy Bonds now . . . keep on buying — from your bank or post office. low a State Bank ALGONA "Where So Many Fanners Bank" The Sign of a FRIENDLY WELCOME Whether you need 4 gallons, or no gasoline at all, your Phillips 66 Dealer is always glad to see you. Let him check up on your tires and lubrication and help keep your car in tip-top shape. Stop at least once a week at the Orange and Black Phillips Shield ... the sign that stands for dependable Phillips 66 Poly Gas and Phillips 66 Motor Oil. CARE FOR YOUR CAR ... FOR YOUR COUNTRY -- Hours of Service -To Conform With Pet. Order No. 5 Mon.-Tues.-Wed.-Tliui-s.-Fri. 7:30 a. m.-6:30p.m. TSiituitlay 9:00a.m.-9:00p. m. Sunday 9 : (XXa. in.-1:00 p. in. Amended Order No. 63 Prohibits Us From Giving Credit to Ali Holders of A, B, and C Cards afteu February 1, 1943. Authorized 0. P. A. Tire Inspection Station Harm's Super Service Station State and Phillip* Sts. Harms Oil Co., Distributors Phone 7*— Waiter Steven, Attendant Frank Hwldeman, Agent io\va News Items ofBurt Vicinity (Mrs. Don MitcheN entertained the 399 club Monday evening. iF. L. Pratt spent Sunday with h?s daughter, Zelpha Rae, at Mankato, Minn. The sewing circle meets Thursday afternoon with Mrs. W. It Vogel in- honor of her birthday. The Walther (League met last Thursday evening. Raymond Lavrenz and Donald Behnendorf were hosts. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sew!<:k spent Sunday at the home df their daughter, Mrs. Kenneth May at Emmetsbtirg. fflhe Merwyn Cunninghams ,of Algona and Robert Votghts were Sunday dinner guests at the J. P. Cunningham home. Mrs. William Hathaway, Eagle Grove, spent last Wednesday and Thursday at the home of her cousin, (Mrs. W. W. Boettcher. Mrs. Donald Hammerstrom left last Friday or OceanSide, CaM., to visit her husband, who is stu- :ioned at Camp Pendleton, near ;here. Xenia Hayes spent the week end at her home at Rockwell City, Mrs. Zlgler at her home at Fort Dodge and Ruth Anderson at her home at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudson and .he Jim Hudsons, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the Geo. Volentine home. The Paul Hudsons are Mrs. Volentine's parents. iMr. and Mrs Merwyn Holding, ^oyal, were Sunday dinner guests at the W. W. Boettcher homo. J. N. Holding went back with thern for a visit at the home of his ;on. IThe Rev. and Mrs. H. W. Jackman- returned last Friday from Ottiaha, Nebr., where they were called by the illness of the Rev Jaekman's mbther. They left her feeling better. J. K. Hahsen, Mr. and Mrs. L H. Schenck, Mr and Mrs. Skitter Han sen, Mrs. I. W. Hansen and the Roy Hansens attended the fun* oral of (Mrs. Mary Paulson at Humboldt Sunday. Henry Engstrom and chMdren visited the Otto Bngstroms near Mi- more, Minn., Sunday. Mrs. Chris Mnudsen had planried to go with them but was taken suddenly 111, so Mrs. Engstrom remained with her. Mr, and Mrs. Stanley Shipler of Evansvllle, Wis., came Sunday for a few days' vis.'t with Mrs Ship* lef's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Carter and with other relatives. Mr. Shipler expected to be inducted Into the army soon. Mr. and Mrs. 'Floyd Lltchenberg- er of Fort Dodge and Mrs. Robert Callles of Tltonka called at the A. F. Carter home Sunday. Mrs. Callles had .been- stay>ng at the Litchjenbenger home fort a time, but Was returning to her own home. (Mr. and Mrs. J. jL Miller visited Mrs. Miller's grnadparents at Havelock Sunday. 'From there they went to Ames where they visited their son, Lawrence and where ,Mrs. Miller took the tra.''n early Monday morning for California where she will visit at the home of their other son. Mrs. George Ackert, who was called here a couple of weeks ago by the death of her brother, Frank Reynolds, and has been with her mother, Mrs. Belle Renyolds, since then, went to Clear Lake Sunday to spend a couple of days with her son, Lyle Shipler, before returning to her home in St. Paul. JEAN MENKE AND HERBERT SCHILTZ, BANCROFT, MARRIED MONDAY MORNING Bancroft: M'.ss Jean Menke, daughter of John C. Merrke and Hubert Schiltz, son of Mr .and Mrs. J. W. Schiltz, were married ast Monday at 8:30 o'clock in 3t'. John's Catholic church wtih the Rev. J. H. Scholtes reading the luptial High Mass, •Bernice Schiltz, sister of the _room, and Arthur Menke, brother of the br.xie, attended the couple. The bride wore floor length dress of white satin with lace inserts aitd a long train and a silf tulle •ell with a sweet pea crown and a ong train She carried a bouquet f yellow Johanna Hill roses and htte sweet peas. Her bridesmaid .vore a floor length blue satin dress rimmed with pink ribbons and matching head dress. She carried a bouquet of pink roses. The ;room and his attendant wore dark blue suits. \A three course wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's sister; Mrs George Rahe to a large number of relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Schiltz left that evening on a wedding trip. (Mr. and Mrs. Walter Menke are the parents of a son born Sunday evening. Mrs Steve Murchland of Algona spent the -week end visMing her sister, Mrs. E. E. Finnell arrd family. (Mrs. Clifford Vindent of Fort Dodge is spending this week with her sister; Mrs. Harold Wilhelm:. and family. |Mr. and (Mrs. Ray Becker are the parents of a son born last Wednesday even-ing at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Williamson are the parents of a daughter born last Wednesday-morning. She has been named Mary Ellen. Thomas Hanifan, former coach at the Bancroft public school, and his wife of Qwotonirai Minn.,i spent Lloyd Drussel who enlisted some time ago left for North Dakota. His parents took him to Livermore. Mrs. Marguerite Tinsley of Kanawha spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. McFarland. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Swartfager received word from the.'* son, Louis that he is in a naval training station in Idaho. Emeity Bevard and daughters, Dorothy and Jeanine, returned on Sunday from their visit to California and Oregon. iPhil Allen who is stationed at the Great Lakes Naval station spnnt the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Allen. Mr. arrd Mrs. Albert Keller left for Iowa C ; .ty Sunday evening, where the latter will consult specialists in regard to her health. Mrs. Mary Stiles returned to her home at Osgood Thursday after a short visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs.. Leo Freiden. (Mrs. Minnie Cuplin went to Lake Park Thursday and after a visit there will go to Milford for a vis't with the Harvey Jacobs family. IMr. and Mrs. S. R. Baker of LuVerne and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Baker and children of Livermore spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walton DeWitt. Mr. and MJS. Leo Mimbach and son DeWitt, daughter Lola and Miss Arlene Richards of Renwick spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. DeWitt. -Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stone, Mrs. Elmer Ferden and daughter, Priscilla and Mrs. Fay M^l Neil attended the funeral of Mrs Oscar Grafstad at Bode last Tuesday. John Chism came from Eudora, Kansas, and expects to work here the coming season. He has been working in a defense plant. He la a son of Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Chism. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Dunn and children, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dunn and children and Mrs. Don Allen of Sioux City were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Goddard near Emmetsburg. )Jean Balgeman, 12 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Balgeman wag operated on for ap- pendictis Thursday at the Lutheran hosiptal, Fort Dodge. She ia getting along as well as can be expected. last Tuesday vistting here. (John Bernhard has been very ill and confined to bed at his home. Olga Elsbecker, R. N., of Carroll came (Monday to care for him, (Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nurre of Duluth, Minn., are the parents of a son born Friday morning. Richard left Saturday evening for the army. Sunday dinner guests at the F. H. Mescher home were: Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch and Madonna of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Glen McCleisch and famMy of Whittemore. (Mr. and Mrs. George Rahe and family have moved to the farm recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Sam McCleisch. Mr. and Mrs. Mc- Cleisch have moved to the Leonard Johnson farm. The following were guests at a farewell party held last Thursday for Francis Wilhelmi who left on Friday even.'.ng for Jefferson Barracks, Mo.: Mr and Mrs. H. K. Lampe, Helen and Friancis, Mr. and Mrs. Roman Wilhelmi and family of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Wilhelmi, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Berhow of Ledyard, Mr. and Mrs. Constantine Schiltz and Anna Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wilhelmi 'and famMy, Elmer Menke and James Doyle of Fonda and Evelyn Wilhelmi. IMr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller will move to Seneca March 1. A farewell party honoring them was held Thursday evening. The following attended: Mr. and Mrs. Leo Arndorfer, Mr. and. Mrs. Ray Lieu- ranee, Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Fangman, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fangman, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Larsen and family, Mr. and Mrs Thomns Von Bank, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Renger, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fox, Mr. 'and Mrs. George Dorweiler and family, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hynes and Margaret, Mr. and Mrs. Rinhard Potthoff, Mr. and Mrs>. Dale Reed and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Miller of Swea City. wvui* • gttmmmmm •••», RED CROSS MOVES TO NEW QUARTERS •"ftie Kossuth County Chapter of the American Red qross has established new headquarters in the Iowa State Sank building '.n the floom foifnierly decupled fcy the Bast Lawn Memorial. The neW location will also be the headquarters of the Algona branch knit ting department. THe Algona branch sewing "unit will continue to have headqUartei-s '•h the 'Legion Mall as formerly. The surgical dressing room, located in the T. H. Holmes building will be opened again as soon as supplies are available. ."Mrs. P. 'P. Zerfass, chairman of the Kossuth chapter and Mrs. M. H. Falkenhalner, chairman of.the Algona ibranch W'ah to express their thanks, and the appreciation of their groups for the use of the rooms which have been donated to the Red Cross by Mr. Holmes, the American iLeglon and the .Iowa State Bank. IRVINGTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. George Rlcke of Wesley were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips. iDorothy Mawdsley of Des Moines spent the week end at the, parentel Edward Mawdsley home. Mr. and Mrs. Rome Robison and two granddaughters, Beverly and Phyllis spent the week end at the home of the'.r daughter Mrs. Harry Sabin. Mrs. C. J. Gross of Lone Rock, sister of Mrs. Paul Dremmel, is at the Kossuth hospital recuperating from a recent illnes. : MJiss Mabel Leason is at the Gross home assisting w'.th the household duties. Mrs. Margcurite Long was hostess to the Cresco Embroidery club on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Selma Godfredson, club president, was in charge. Mrs. Fronla Mullica jave a paper on Pioneer Life while Mrs. Pearl Parsons had charge of ;he music. Mrs. iLeota Barr w'.ll be hostess at the next regular meet- ng on March 10. (Lowell Samp has written his parents that he now has only four weeks of training left at Miami, Ohio, where he is being trained aj a naval radio technician at Ox- ord university. In a recent examination held at the school Lowell was one of the five highest in grade icrcentage, thus earning the priv- lege of an- over night leave which s only given to such honor Students. However, this is the second time 'Lowell has received this coveted distinct'on. LEDYARD NEWS Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Strand and Calvin were business callers at Algona last week Friday. «. . (Miss Pearl Haag has been spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Haag. Pearl Is employed in the main office of the Western Union Telegraph Co. .'« St. Paul. Miss Audrey (Ruby |is (staying with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ploeger. She is goiirg to school here. Audrey's folks are expecting to move to Lakota 'n the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Nitss celebrated their SOtlt wedding anniversary Friday, Jan. 29th. Many friends and relatives surprised them. Five hundred was played. A lunch was served by the self-inv/ted guests. iA 'birthday party was held on Thursday in honor of Cleo Stubbe's birthday at Lincoln township district No. 7. The pupils enjoyed games and a delicious lunch was served by Mrs. George Heetland of Lakota Mrs. Heeland is Mrs. Stubbe's aunt. COMPLETE CLOSING OUT PUBLIC SALE As I have no farm and am quitting farming I will hold a complete closing-out sale on the place one-half mile south and two miles west of Titonka; four miles east and two north and 2',« east of Burt, on Monday, February IS SALE TO START ATM O'CLOCK SHARP LUNCH WAGON ON THE GROUNDS 116 - Head of Livestock -116 — Head of Horses — 5 Brown team, mare and gelding 9 years old; 2 geldings, one coming four and one five years old; bay mare, smooth mouth. 31 — Head of Cattle — 31 12 Holstein milk cows, 9 now milking; three fresh soon; Hereford bull; 18 head of young stock from calves to yearlings. 80 — Head of Hogs 80 \About 15 -brood sows; 50 fall pigs. 12 winter p?gs; 2 sows with pigs; Poland Chirra boar. • 300—Pullets and Hens—300 Farm Machinery, Etc, McCormick-Deering binder, 8-ft, used 2 years; McCor-r mick-Deering 6 ft. mower, used 2 years; 5-ft. mower; John Deere No. 10 corn picker; Deering corn b.'^nder; McCormick- Deering 15-ft disc, one year old; McCormick-Deering spreader; hay loader; 32-ft, elevator; side delivery rake; John Deere corn planter; Kovar spring tooth; dump rake; John Deere seeder; 18-.ft drag; 2 single-row cultivators; 2 wagons and boxes; wagon and rack; hand corn sheller; small feed grinder; l4 h. p. engine; Chevrolet motor and power jack for ele-? vator. ' • • Bob sled; new 6x12 ft. granary on skids; brooder house; 2 hog houses; 80 rods near new woven wire; bog feeders; broqdr er stove; some steel posts; galvanized water tank; 'barrels, hog troughs; 2 tank heaters; 60-gal. cooker; harness; about 400 bales of alfalfa hay; new 10-ft feed bunkj brooder tifavo; McCormick-Deering electric separator, nearly new. TERMS—Cash, or make arrangements with toe cjerk before the sale. . Claire Wlnkic A, aiATEBN, Aucttwwr TTTONKA SA\U $£., cfcrfe firlebe altered ah All!* iSi-d itieelitf? Friday at tHe Alf«fia Htttel. Mia ttyht and -her alter, Ruth Mae, both ot Mason City, jSpent the week end at the parental Robert N. Ifyhl home, Mr. afto* 'Mrs. W. K. Schmidt 'and Martlh and Mr. and Mrs. ffld Ohm visited at the Virgil Ziwiefel home at' Dolllver Sunday. (Mr. ami Mrs. Ed Prlebe and Mr, and Mrs. (Lloyd fierkland and son were guests at dinner Sunday at the Merwin Prlebes. Bertha Solberg, student at Waldorf junior college in Forest City, spent the week end here- at the parental Ole Solberg home. Mrs. B. K. Johnson and Eunice Han.'.fah and Barbara were Algona shoppers Saturday and visited with Mrs. Kate Wegener. IMr. and Mrs. Charles Newel and Mr. and Mrs. E.' J, Frank and Phyllis were dinner guests Sunday at the E, K. Johnson home. (Mrs. John Flnnestad has been staying in Emmetsburg with her , Ma*ry Randa. w mltted to a major- opbfaHdfl ftttf week* ag6, Mr. and Mrs. Everett ttteyer Snd sons wete dlnrter guests Sunday at the Paul ffligler home. Ift the afternoon they all visited at the John Ktohlwes (home. , (Mr. and Mrs. W. 3. WeJsbrodl and Mr. and Mrs. Don Wel*bf»d, Anna Rae and Marilyn were entertained at dinner Sunday at the J. A. O. Smith .home. (Mr, and Mrs. Liouls have moved In from the farm and are living '.n the house recently vacated by the Leonard Moetman family who moved to California. rrhe m M. Holldorf family of Ceylon, Blla and Ruth Mae, Kyhl of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kyhl were all dinner guests Sunday at the Robert N. KyUl home. ••"• • f iReV. aftd Mrs. F. C. iPreUl and Mrs, U. J. PaUlus, latter of Paducah, Ky., drove to Woodward Friday after their daughter, RutH, who teadhes there and who spent the week end here. da* itt Hottd* df. Mioe'J sfetfe uentz, Mft a'nd S|ri. «j=«'o~ ;r-sy.,, and fkmlly aftd Mr. and'Mfs. O. B. i Johnson. THe Oerhatt Hantetm&rt have purchased tlw house the Shelby Welabrods We .. •by Carl Prfebe and will take session March 1st. The to whjere the Hanteteanff live ben sold to Wfli. Stlgman, ann the SUgmn'a family will Move In th« first of March, also. Mr. and Mrs. Fred .Mortenadn and two children, Mr. and Mrs* V!.rgll Wolf, Mrs. Clifford Hawje and children, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Laabs and aoh of Curlew ana Mrs. Howard RengreW and Beverly of Calvlrt, M D., were gUesW Saturday evening at the Reinhoia iLaabs home honoring Mr. Laabr birthday anniversary. *; Prlcei In Thlt Ad Excopl on Perishables, An Quar- intMd Through February 18th. We R e i o r v « Ihe Right to Limit QuintltlM. Keep Your Family Well by Serving Foodi Naturally Rich In Vitamins, Super. Valu Features These Health-Building Foods at Every Day tow Money Saving Prices. - MARY STEVENS KITCHEN-FRESH Salad Dressing RICH FLAVORFUL 32 OZ. JAR TOMATO JUICE A BREAKFAST TREAT 2 NO. 2 CANS > V PEANUT BUTTER W and N 32 OZ. JAR 47< CORN FLAKES SUN RICH EXTRA CRISP 11 OZ. PKGS. ECONOMICAL WHOLESOME Apple Buttei 23< FOR SCHOOL SANDWICHES 38 OZ. JAR BALL MASON Fruit Jars Jar Rings CUT GREEN Beans 2 IOWA OREAM STYLE White Corn 2 „». *, 69c «,.« 4c 25c I7e 18* MIXED SALAD Vegetables 2 "^ QUEST ALASKA 18K P68S 20 01. can PACKED IN GLASS 25c Sauerkraut 32«. * 15c STANDARD QUALITY 2 23c Tomatoes *..,.« 12e FOR MORE CUPS PER POUND 18K COFFEE CAKE FLOUR . ' MA*Y STEVENS -ECONOMICAL 5 LB. PKG. 18K SALAD STYLE Mustard 82.<. Jv 20c ORI8P DILL Pickles 8 2 o,» I8c 18h PURE Grape Jam ie. t .» I7c CAROL TOMATO Catsup 2 : 4 u,°,;- 29C MARY LY)«N VITAMIZED Soup Mix 2 </. o, 0 ,... I3c 8UNRIOH ' '••«. Wheat Flakes \^ 8c 8UNRIOH Wheat CereaJ 2 ',r I4c AMERICAN BEAUTY ELBO Macaroni 2 Xr GROUND TO YOUR ORDER 1 LB. BAG SUN RICH QUICK OR REG. Rolled Oats RICH IN VITAMIN Bl 48 OZ.PKG. PEACHES RAINBOW SLICED OR HALVES-NO. 10 TIN 66* AMERICAN BEAUTY OUT KITCHEN CHARM Spaghetti 2 1Peko r 23c Wax Paper 2 8UNR.CH PREPARED »"«>"" ^^ J^. - - - - 3'/a Ib. pkg. IVV SWEETHEART 8UNRICH BUCKWHEAT PANCAKE M_,-_ M n- Soap ic8». 4 3V, Ib. PKO. I IB NORTHERN MARY STEVENS Flour 8UNRICI Flour MARY 81 _. Vanilla Wheaties MARY STEVENS Corn Starch 1». Pk ,. 7c Lye i UN 25c Tissue 5 1 V, 01. fcWV 8EU|F POU8H|NO WAX 8.t.p kg . ICc Aerowax HIOH TEST 25c 23c X 2ic n n, 2ffc P mt 23c DAIRYLAND EVAPORATED MILK MAGIC"'8AKE ENRICHED PLOUR^% B K *1.78 GOLD 49 1Kb *| C7 NUGGET SACK^jl-OI GOLD 49 IB. 9>OQ MEDAL SACK £*¥9 Standard Peas No. 2 cans, 3 for 29c Corn -No. 2 cans, 3 for Creamery Butter -Ib. Hilex _qt. hot. 18c; gal. 49c Gampbetyfc. Tomato Soup • 3 cans 25c Grapefruit Juice NO. s can 2Sc Sunshine . Krispy Crackers .2 Ibs. 33c Peaches No. 2£ ens 2 for 29c GARDEN-fftiSH FOODS ORANGES MZ.39c ONIONS CRANBERRIES QT.22c POTATOES, GOOD PK,$c SELECTED fRESU MEATS Spam Cheese Swift's .2 lb. box 69c '" 'S Summer Savwage ,..lb. 27lc Fancy Sliced Bacon - Ib, 3gc Fancy Beef Roa«t „„ Jb, 29c ^ VeaJ, Steak, Chop» Roast J Ocean Perch Filieta __lb, 29c Fancy Tender Steak -Ib. 39e , ^mjB SUPEHVALUSTORES i * . I t k * 4 N * * * 9 ft I V I r % v, f,

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