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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 29, 1943
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^•> -r V - I/ '-•-,: HA,.-- >'. J l%v>< <# ' •»-•""<*" *§«:,, ,• /vCj.\ > .L JL._^^_, _*^^ \. Sexton Pet Goat Hangs Self Easter Sexton—The children of Chester Smith mourned the loss of their small black and white,pet goat on Batttrday^ evening. He hung him- Itelf In the barn. The children played \»lth him like a dog, so Eastor morning was not a happy one when they found their little pet dead. Kathryn Kirschbaum of Algona fcpcnt Sunday at the parental Aug- Mst Kirschbaum home. Mr*. Ralph Relmers of Swea City la spending this week with her stater, Mrs. Ulonn Zwieful. Mr. nnd Mrs. Leo Steven and children of Woden were supper guests at the Harvey Steven home. Mrs. Martha Mackintosh attended a tea in honor of Mrs. Billy BerryhJU at Livermore on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krieps and Joan were visitors Sunday at tha Thomas Forburger home at Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith and children were Sunday visitors at the Oran Johnson home at Bancroft Grandma Kirschbaum expects to live at her home. She has been staying at the Richard Garman homo at St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bolenius and grandchildren, Jimmie, Betty and Thomas, were Sunday visitors at the B. E. Sanders home. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mlmbach and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Batchers of Mallard were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. John Esser in Cylinder. Mrs. Mary Kaln has been quite ill this past week. She received Easter greetings from her daughter, Mary Kain, stationed at Ft. Riley, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Zwieful and family were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Smith at ,Burt. Mrs. Zwieful add Mrs. Smith are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. John Flora o£ Algona attended the baptismal rites of their granddaughter, Mary Jane Swedin, at the Sexton Methodist church on Sunday. Mrs. DrusMla Noble and Mfs. Sarah Wise were visitors Sunday at the home of Mrs. Andy Phillips at Woden. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips of Algona were also there. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hanson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin Zimmerman and son, of Algona, Ed Fitch and Ssther Fitch were Sunday visitors at the Jack Wyland home at Brltt. .Easter church services were held at the Sexton Methodist church on Sunday. There was a good attendance. Mary Jane, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Swedin, was baptized by the pastor, Rev. J. A. Riggs. The altar was decorated with potted plants. St. Benedict Young Buyers Ring Up A War Bond Sale Here Friday afternoon when the bel on the Iowa State Bank building peeled forth that another bond ha been purchased, and when It kep on beating a happy cadenza, It wa at first thought that.somebody had purchased a million dollar bond. A representative of the Upper Des Molnes investigated and foum Duane Seller and Darlene Seller busy pulling the rope which clang ed out the good news that another bond had been purchased. And the two had each purchased a bone which entitled them to ring out the good news. They are son ant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin H. Seller of near St. Benedict. And one Algona citizen, Henry Seller surely was an interested listener to the bond announcement. He is tlv grandfather of the two young bond purchasers. WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY - April 28-29-30 PICTURE IN YEARS! -/* ROCHESTER fdmund GWENN • Anne RfV£R£ ADDED ATTRACTION"AFTER MIDNIGHT WITH BOSTON BLACKIE" -:- 8-Way Attraction SATURDAY, May 1st f'\" ""A MERRY 1 IMUSICALBOMBSHELL!] ALBERT ANNE SHIRLEY/ flOM •' with 3JKONE SIMON DENNIS O'KEEFE Lionel Slander Dar.ny Seymour SUNDAY AND MONDAY - May 3-3 'HENRY FONDA MAUREEN O'HARA Walt Disney's "Donald's Tire Trouble" News — Popular Science No. 1 Tuesday and Wednesday - May 4th and 5th Camp Fire Girls Benefit BUY TICKETS FROM T HE CAMP FIRE GIRLS DEANNA DURBIN - EDMOND O'BRIEN -in" The Amazing Mrs. Holliday" IN A Y«3AB Added AtOtoction*— '-Super Babbit" - "First Lesson" Irvington Folks On Easter Holiday Calls Irvington—Many Irvington folks were found trekking around for the Easter holiday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney were guests at the Chas. Patterson home at Burt, while Mrs. U. B. Prankl and daughter, Camilla, motored to Bancroft where they spent the day with Mrs. Frankl's mother, Mrs. Pat Mulligan. Mrs. Hedrlck and her daughter, Mrs. Vena Snyder, and son Sammy, were at the Orvflle Hedricks. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Ethrington of Wlnnebago, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Sim 'Leigh were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leigh. The Ralph Faiths with their son, Lyle, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert 'Leigh. Mr. and Mrs. Armor Lemke were at Wesley, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Muerer. Former Irvington Boy Circles Globe Irvington—Mrs. Alice Duryea received a card this week from her grandson, Duane Campbell, who Is now stationed with the marines at Pearl Harbor. Duane enlisted nearly four years ago and during that time has about encircled the entire globe. He hopes soon to receive a furlough. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell, former Irvington residents who now live at Seneca. SENECA NEWS Mrs. Leo Works will entertain the Modern Mixer Club at her home next week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Osborn and Marian, the Lester Osborns and the Ray Osborns were Sunday dinner guests at the Lawrence Saxton home near Fairmont, Minn. After attending Easter church services at Swea City, the Ray Millers, the Orville Millers and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Reed and son of Swea City returned to the Miller home where they had Easter dinner together. f T!r^^^^^^^^^^^!y^^^y^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Above Is Mary Kathryn Schob; of Des Moines, daughter of Mr. am Mrs. C. R. Schoby of Bode. In th early summer she will become th >ride of Charles W.- Roth, son o Mrs. Verne Roth of Des Moines Cathryn is now employed at thi rdnance plant at Ankeny. Bounders Day Banquet— Beta Psi chapter of Beta Sigma 'hi of Fort Dodge will be the guests of the local Alpha Psi chap er at the annual Founders Da; Inner at the Algona Country Clul onight (Thursday). 'Forty young women are expected to attend. Fol owing the dinner a program o oasts has been arranged with Esther Sigsbee as toastmistress nd Janice Barta, Jean Kinsey, Kai Wills, Dot Smith and Thelma Knud en speaking. Pledging ceremonies will be con ucted by Mrs. Kenneth Knudsen or four Algona new members am everal Fort Dodge girls. Three Al •ona girls will be initiated after erving as pledges one season 'here will also be several initiates rom Fort Dodge. New officers for oth chapters will be installed. Mri Dorothy Miller will be installed as director of the Algona group. An achievement long looked for vard to by the local group will be cached when Mrs. Irene Hutchins .nd Mrs. Dorothy Miller receive heir Exemplar degrees at this Meeting. It is the highest rating onferred by the sorority and to chieve this a member must com- lete five years of program lessons s specified by the national organi- ation, begin a year's personal pro- ect, write a thesis and pass a writ- en test over five years of work. jcood Hope W. S. C. S.— The annual sacrificial meeting o) the W. S. C. S. of Good Hope was held Wednesday at the parish house with Mrs. Frances Bramson hostess, and Mrs. D. C. Gardner in charge of the meeting. Mrs. N. A Price was the principal 'speaker and gave a very interesting talk or her missionary work in Burma. She also showed an unusual collection of hand work and other articles from Burma and China, which she News Items of Wesley Vicinity Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hauptman and two children spent Sunday at the Ed Eckerman home at Early. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lundberg of Algona were Sunday supper guests at the Ed Hildman home. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Wingert, Mrs. Will Meyer and Ramona of St. Benedict and Pfc. Harold Wolf spent the Easter week-end at the Urban Hommerding home at St. Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kellner and family of St. Joe were Easter supper guests at the George Hildman home. Mr. and Mrs. Urban Neuroth and two daughters were also guests. Mary Adine Kunz returned to St. Paul Tuesday, where she attends St. Kathciine's Academy, being a senior. She had spent her Easter vacation at the parental Julius Kunz home. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Waldschmidt of Ft. Dodge were weekend guests at the parental Ben G. Studer home. They were all Sunday guests at the Roman Ricke home at Bancroft. Easter Sunday guests at the Tom Lotts Creek News Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Schultz of Whittemore. Mrs. Ernest Meyer and family of LuVerne spent Saturday at the home ..of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz. Miss Doreen Kohlwes of Austin, Minn., who had spent the past week visiting at the home of her cousin, Marian Hintz, left Saturday for her home. Mrs. Rodney Mahoney of Milwaukee, Wis., came the past week for a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meine. Mrs. Meine is a patient at the General hospital in Algona. iNeon decorations were put up in the Immanuel Lutheran church the past week by Frank Coughy of Algona and were lighted and explained by Rev. Fiene on Easter Sunday. On each side of the niche are the first letter and last letter of the Greek alphabet, A and O, meaning the beginning and the end, made of neon lighting, also in the niche and the cross above the altar and above the statue in the altar. A number of relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Boettcher on Thursday to help Mrs. Boettcher celebrate her birthday. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin, Mr. and Mrs. Carl gumach, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittag, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pompe, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schmidt and Martin, Mr. and Mrs. George Bolte and family, Fairville, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schallin, Algona. "500" was played at' four ta bles. Mr. and Mrs. C«rl Zumarh had high, Mrs. H. F. Mittag and Alex Radig, low, and Delond Bolte gpt the door prize. Forburger home were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bleich and two children of Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krieps and Joan of Sexton and Mr. and Mrs Frank Bleich and two children of Wesley. Miss Martin, teacher in the public school, spent the Easter weekend at her parental home in Des Moines, Miss Nelson at Crystal Lake, Mrs. Hemmlngway at Clear Lake and Miss Mercedes Schmidt at Cherokee. Mr. and Mrs. Art Muehring and her brother, Don Ward of Kansas City, came Saturday for a weeks visit at the parental George Ward home. Art is employed in a defense plant and Don is working in a blood plasma. Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Zerbe and two children of Winfield visited friends in Wesley Friday. They had spent a week at the parental John Seaman home in Algona. The Zerbes published the Wesley News-World here several years ago. Mr. and Mrs. George Vitzthum have received word from their son, Cpl. Dennis Vitzthum, that he is now at Camp Davis, N. C. He had been attending a technical school at Los Angeles since his induction several months ago. Mrs. Pete Robinson of Corwith left via the flier Friday evening for Chicago, where she will visit her daushter-in-law, Mrs. Jackie Robinson of Charlotte, Mich. Jackie Robinson is in the U. S. Army stationed in the Southwest Pacific. Herman Lyons, who is employed in a glider factory at St. Paul, came Saturday and on Sunday took his wife and -two children, who had been visiting relatives in Algona and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman here, back, to St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Pommerening and two sons of St. Paul were Easter day guests at the parental Ed Hildman home. They had visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Pommerening, at Algona Saturday night. Delmar is employed in a glider factory. Mr. and Mrs. Nate Studer moved this week to the farm south of Wesley vacated by the Northrup family March 1st. Ben G. Studer farms the land and his son, Nate, assists him. They had been living in the apartment above the Kleinpeter furniture store. Zeno Neuroth of the U. S. Army at Camp Hood, Texas, came Saturday to spend a 15-day furlough at the parental Albert Neuroth home. Other Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grant and son of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Urban Neuroth and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Nate Studer, Ed Neuroth and Kathleen. Julius Kelch, who is employed at the Seidle Grocery Store as Estherville as meat department manager, visited his wife and daughter, Gloria Ann, Sunday. Mrs. Kelch and daughter spent the past week at her parental J. L. Studer home. He had wroked at the Sorenson Grocery .at Algona for three years before going to EetherviUe two weeks ago. The Kelchs were Easter dinner and supper guests at the home of his sister, Mrs. Oswald Laifler, an4 family »t LuVerne. had brought to this country With her. There was also an altar service in which all members of the group took part, followed by special numbers furnished by Mrs. Waltei* Welsbrod, iMrs. B, Dtttmer and Mrs. Quentln BJustrom. Wcstminste* Guild- Mrs. C. B. Murtagh entertained the members of the Westminster Guild, business women's club of the Presbyterian church, at her home Monday evening. The business meeting featured a pledge night in which each-girl pledged her financial support to the varl out activities of the club for the coming year. 'Fidelia Skow had charge of the program which included finding the appearances of Jesus in the scriptures following the resurrection. Twenty members were present. Mrs. John Foth, Mrs. Tom Kruse and Wilma Runge assisted Mrs. Murtagh with the refreshments. Wesieyan Guild Meeting— The Wesieyan Guild of the Methodist church met Tuesday evening at the church for a 6:30 dinner. Miss Esther Qulmby was in charg of the devotions. Hostesses wer Bertha Godfrey, Helen Nelson, An toinette Bonstetter and Esthe Quimby. Mrs. A. A. Bishop present ed the lesson, ''Latin America ant the United States." Mrs. Mlnnl Long's Circle of the W. S. C. S served the dinner. The club is com posed of the business and profes sional women of the church. Linfe Smith is 2^Mrs. Craig Smith entertained seven small children and the! mothers at a party Tuesday after noon in honor of the second birth day of her daughter, Linda. The grandmothers, Mrs. D. P. Smitl and Mrs. J. N. Fleming of Whit ;efore were also present. The llttli guests were Joel Harris, Marcia ind Judy Cowan, Susanne LaBarre Michael Lovely, Tommy Zende and Linda's cousin, Marilyn Meye from Chicago. Party for Mrs. LaBarre— Mrs. Dorrence Greer entertainct twelve ladies Tuesday evening a Cook's dining room at a 7 o'clocl dinner in honor of Mrs. Robert La Sarre, who is visiting here from Parsons, Kans. Following dinner jridge was played wi-th Mrs. Rober LaBarre receiving the high score jrize and Mrs. George Smith the second prize. Mrs. LaBarre was jresented with a guest prize. Betty Laird to Wed— Invitations have been received >y several Algona families to the vedding of Betty Laird, daughter of Mrs. Delia Laird now of Des itoines, to Ensign Lewis Kurtz formerly of Des Moines. The wedding vlll take place May 8, in St. Augustine's Catholic church in 1 Des koines. ' ;•••-.' Two by Two Club— The Two by Two Club, young married couples of the Congrega- ional church, will meet Friday vening at the church. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Schierk are in charge of the irogram and Mr. and Mrs. E. H iutchins are the host and hostess United Service Women— The members of the United Ser- 'ice Women will meet Friday aft- irnoon in the downstairs room ol he Legion Hall to' work on their quilt project and to make table carves, which have been called for lours are from one until five. Family Birthday Dinner— Mrs. S. D. Wilson entertained al a family dinner on Easter Sunday n honor of the birthdays of her on-in-law, Vaughn Rising, and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. J. E. Wilson jf Titonka. Naomi Circle— The v Naomi Circle will meet Frilay afternoon at 2:30 at the home f Amy Geering. Assisting hostesses vill be Bernetas Lynk, Esther Baron and Emma Roupe. lounty Auxiliary Meeting— The Kossuth County Legion Au» iary will hold their annual meet- ng Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 at "'itonka. day Ot tha fnbntK in «6Unt* ft' " " D1BO0M count* a** dtie and uNT Is allowable on VMI tfr* thi&ot. i jaid'M* Nb mini* ORDINANCE NO. 270 .V OltUINANCB niSPKAlvINCJ OR- DINANCTK NO. 2BD OP T1IK ORDINANCES OK TUB CITY OP AI^- GOXA, IOWA, AND ESTAWLISJI- ING HATES AND REGULATION'S GOVHRNINO THK KM2CTRIC SYSTlilM OK TIUK CITY OK A L- IGONA, IOWA, AND PIlOVmiNG PHNAI/HliS FOR VIOLATION'. E IT ORDAINED BY THK CITY COUNCIL OK THE OITY UK AL•GONA, Iowa: ec. 1. REPEAL. That Orilinam.-e No. 269 ot the Ordinances of the City of Algona, Iowa, be and the same la hereby repealed, ec. 2. RATES. That the rates to be hereafter charged to consumers of electric energy supplied by the City of Algona, at or within the corporate limits ot the city are hereby established as fallows: Light and Small Power Rate irst 50 Kw. Hra per month per Meter 6c per Kw. Hr. 11 over 50 Kw. Hr». per month per Meter 3o per Kw. Hr. Inlmuin charge, per month per Meter, Too. ' . Power Rate irst 100 Kw. Hra. per month per Meter •- _4c per «w. Hr ext 4900 Kw. Hra. per month per Meter 3o per Kw. Hr. 11 over 6000 K.v. Hrs. per month per Meter , S^c per Kw. Hr. Minimum Charge: Irst 35 H. F. per month per H. P. Connected . 76c ext 25 H. P. per month per H. P. Connected __ T .._. 60c 11 over 50 H. P. per month per H. P. Connected. . - 28c Water Heating Rate 11 Kw. Hra. per month per Meter l%o per Kw. Hr. Minimum charge per month per Meter . TBc Farm Line Rate Irst 1000 Kw. Hrs. per month per Meter 3e per Kw- Wr. U over 1000 Kw. Hra. per month per meter 2V4° Per Kw. Hr. itlnimum charge per month...,., (1.75 per consumer Connected! ec, S. ACCOUNTS PAiTA^LB. That all bills lor electric energy furnished by the City to consumers shall become due and payable at the office of the City Cleric, on the 10th day ot the month next following' except when the consumer Is leaving toe City, In which event the account shall become due aod payable on the date of final meter reading., Ao Account shall te deemed dellnquept if Dot paid oa or before the 8Mb da> of the month }n Which H t«COmB» 40* mum billing! • See, . 6, 1 MiriMf tofts. That the Light dhd small .Power (Rate herein estatollshed shall apply to electric energy used for lighting 1 , appliances, stoves, and small single Phase motors which do not total over- 6 tt, P. In tha aggregate and no single One of whldh Is larger than 3 H. p." The Power Rate herein established shall apply to all polyphase motors and to 'Installations larger ; thah those above. The Water Heating Bate herein : established shall apply to use of electric energy In off-load periods to be determined by the City. Such electric energy- shall be meterod and controlled by a meter and current controlling 'device furnished and tip* erated by the City and all such use shall be subject to such control. The iParm 'Line Rate herein os- tubllshed shall apply to electric energy sold to farm lines (rural lines owned and operated exclusively by farmer organizations) and delivered wholesale at 2300 Volts at the City Limits. See. G. METERS. That all electric energy supplied and sold to consumers by the City of Algona; shall be mctered by meters owned, Installed and maintained by the City. see. 7. EILKCTRIC WE/UMNO MA- CttVK&S. That electric welding machines shall not be used on lighting Installations ami In no case shall they be Installed nnd connected without express authority from the City. Electric energy consumed by such machines shall be charged up-i on the Power Rate established herein. X I Sec. S. STATE SALES TAX. That the rates for Use of electric energy herein established Include State Sales Tax, except as to electric energy sold wholesale for purposes of resale. ' SEC. 9. DISCONTINUANCE) OP SERVICE. That any consumer falling to pay an account for electric energy, on or before the 20th day of the month following the month In which the account Is due and payable, shall be denied further service by the City .and the service shall be disconnected. Before such service la thereafter resjmed the consumer shall 'pay all pas: duo and current charges and make guarantee deposit as elsewhere In this ordinance provided for new consumers. Sec. 10. DEPOSIT. That each prospective consumer making application for electric service for au individual residence shall, with said application, pay to the City Clerk the sum of Five Dollars ($5.00) to be held by the City as security for all sums due or to become due the City from such consumer. Each prospective consumer making application foi electric service for use other thnn In an Individual private residence shall, with said a'BwtetttonV Wfr$ lhgf<e!ty.aeHt,>A 'V^^if&Ifftate &&MSt£KP'«** • deposit, 1688 any amtturit'due * *"•*! 8ald Consumer,- 'uniUl .,.„„ to tha oonsuwer, of his on demftnd when suoh party o bs a tionBuiflef: and such ™UE?iL'SS lI i u ?? n «*»M«fttlon, b« refundaa at any tlms after five con?^. out Jl B y? aM o* continuous set-vice i!Ti5 ieil i ftt ,! Iyl . preo > dln * J he dft t8 of .i ' P ov< fid ..that within said peHOd the Consumer Has not failed to pay any adi count dUe,the,Clty Before th'e same became deUhqUent, Sec. 11. .CONfUMraR COkTHAC*. That the rules, regulations, - and rates herein established or hereafter adopted governing the use of elee- trie energy shall be deemed a pan of the contract with every person, firm or corporation, supplied with electric energy by the City of Algona, and every such person, firm or corporation making application In Writing or otherwise shall, by the taking and using of such electric energy, be deemed to have expressed assent to be bound thereby. Sec. 12. POWER CONTRACT. That each consumer of electric energy for power must sign a contract to use electric energy for power for a i er- lod of not less thftn on'e year, itnd upon failure to use such ele6trlc energy for one year shall pay to the dW'-rf* m r»ie .purj '"""IMtt^, »V ! Air ' >• ^tht '(S»n*5 fnai 1 'fitllea: tft^aH - v $infiiM*<*ht >ee«i«ri tlfirlnl" <•'" A fcoria slant Supply o' any consumer And ritall not , We for' ftny JMM for dft Ing ont of its fculdfS ta *«*« tha City ot Algona resets* i th* right to f«u«6 id mute odrtneatloni* or supply electric energy W «(£. building or other place whan it I; deemed by the City Council .thai such would be dangerous t ot jietrr- menta.1 to the public ijeftUn or general welfare Of the citizens Of tne SV ' £$MVB DAM.' That' this ordinance shall be In force and effect from and after Its passage and adoption and Its publication as* provided by law. , Passed and adopted by -the CJUy Counftll of the City of Algona, /Iowa., this 22nd day of ^m ^^ City CUrk of the City of . Algona, Iowa, Approved by me this 22nd day of April, 1943. •ttfiANK KOH.CHAAS, Mayor of the CUv of Algonn, lowd. Thank You! It Is with sincere thanks that I express my appreciation to the women of Algona and Kossuth county for their friendship and good will during the many years that I have been in business In Algona. , It has been a pleasure and a source of real happiness to work with you who have been my customers, and 1 have deeply appreciated your continued loyalty and patronage. . Now I have decided It is time to make a change,' and am closing 1 my shop and leaving May 1st to make my home In California. But it Is with real regret that I bring to an end the many pleasant and happy associations that I have enjoyed in Algona. ^- • " . MRS. EDYTHE L. DAILEY SAVE ON SPRING HOUSECLEAN1NG WITH A&P's QUALITY THRIFTY i WHITE SAIL FLEET! Count on smooth sailing through spring cleaning with the famous White Sail products. They'll help get your home shipshape in quick time. Their regular use will make your home equipment last longer!Top-quality products yet so saving because they're A&P values! ' ;; WHITE SAIL, • OTHER HOUSEHOLD AIDS Wall Paper Cleaners M 12 oz. AE- KUTOL 4 Cans AtfG SOAP GRAINS VVHTTE SAIL SOAP FLAKES /White Sail AM .CLEANSER , Whitehall i SAL SODA" White Sail Paste FLOOR WAX Also White Sail Ammonia, Bluing, Htarch, Bleach and Hand Soap Facial Soap ' A Cakes WOODBORY'S W for 2 24 oz. QQc Pkgs.OO 2 12l/ 2 oz. Pkgs. IVIIHI S.MI SOAP GRAINS , *4 OZ. Pkg. A OG 1 29C 3 ^ 23C GARDEN VARIETY VALUES—Not Rationed FLORIDA—Size 126 Vitamins B1+, C++ ORANGES Doz. 49c FLORIDA—Size 70 Vitamins B1+, C++ GRAPEFRUIT ._ _ 3 for 24c WINESAP ' Vitamins C-f APPLES 2 IBs. 29c TEXAS Vitamins A++, B1+, C+ CARROTS ^ bunch 6c FRESH GREEN Vitamins A+, B1+, C++.G++ ASPARAGUS Lb. 23c CEU'IUFIEU COBBLER SEED POTATOES.__ 100 Ib. bag $4.29 Key to Vitamins r ^— \- Excellent Source; + Good Source Ann Page Mild Mix SALAD DRESSING Quart Jar 3lc Superior SODA CRACKERS 2 Lb. Boxes 35c K L E N Z E R Hunts only Dirt 3 14 oz. 1 Jj _ Cans I4C OXYDOL Xo .scrubbing, no boiling' i oz. AA_ 69 oz. CO_ 4oC pkg. WC IVORY SOAP 99 44-100% Pure. It Floats! u Lge. ||| Cake DC Coke IUG SWAN The new sensational toilet soap Reg.- |j Lgo. |A_ Cake DC Cake IUC LUX SOAP er Faci '20o Active Lather Facial 3°' DO YOUR RATION SHOPPING EARLY T£IB WEEK DONT FORGET TO USE CURRENT STAMPS BY FRIDAY, APRIL 30th Trade Out ABOD Stamps by Friday, April 80 Trade Out D, E & F Stamps by Friday, April 30 Libby'H POTTED MEAT Rose Bowl CALIFORNIA SARDINES Armour's TREET Libby's * VD3NNA SAUSAGE Cold Stream PINK SALMON Iowa State Brand CREAMERY BUTTER Mild American LONOHORN CHEESE 100% Pure Hydroenated Vegetable Shortening DEXQ Lb. 63c Cost Point 1 pt. each 7 pts. each 5 pts. each 1 pt. each 7 pts. each 8 pts. Lb. 8 pts. Lb. IB pts, each Big tender flavorful Peas 17 oz. GREEN GIANT Can Fresh Corn Off the Cob 12 oz. NDiLETS CORN Can 1 Ib. i 0 V Can SPINACH A&V Fancy GRAPEFRLHT JUICE x lona SLICED PEACHES Campbell's New Recipe TOMATO SOUP Kitchen Art Vegetable SOUP-ER-MIX Susan Baker PEA SOUP ftnx 46 oz. Can 1 Ib, 4 oz. Can oz, 3 3 I7c I3c He 29c I7c 25c Q?, 3 oz. POINT VALUES SUBJECT TO CHANGE BY GOVERNMENT ORDER Point Cost 15 pts. each 8 pts. each 11 pts. each 9 pts. each 16 pts. each S.Pta, each 1 pt, each - Ipfc wwfc CLAPP'S BABY FOODS Child Health Week Features! Clapp's Assorted Strained BAB? Q 4K <*. OQ« FOODS 0 Cans lOC Only 1 Bed Point Each Clapp's Assorted Chopped BABY A 7H '«*9T A FOODS 0 Cans XfC Only 2 Red Point* Each PRY A 8 eg, Aif_ CEREAL £ Pkgs. 416 Jfo Ration Points on Cereal There's nq substitute for 'America's mpst Popular CQfFER EIQBT O'OWXJK Gives you the most ppssiblt for your money! Rich and full-bodtes Coffee BED A 1 1*. Ml. Vigorous and Winey From Nearby Farms Doz. FRESH EGGS Ctn, 096 Pasteurized I qt, |||FRESH MUM Bot. I UC Sunnyfleld Enriched FLOUR Shoe»mn« P»l»toes Pkgr, II BAKING POWDER CAR 21 BaU Bfasofi Fruit JABS P^Ra« MvftJU Get your 9t the May Kitchen 4rt OOBJVBIUFFPC Kitchen Art Spanish Rice BICE FEAST Sunnyflcid PANCAJOB Flour Evaporated aitlk WHITE HQUSE Strongheart Dehydratea TOQQWQOp COCOA * H oz. A 9C lor 26C 22c 3 8, He A new prelusive P ypii tfela White Wade Flavor gives' "itt'iifttvi -i

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