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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 3, 1943
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t>t Dig Moines, Algous, Iowa, luflfe 3, 1*43 DEATH TAKES MRS. RUNKSMEIER AT IEDYARD SUNDAY Ledyard—On Sunday morning an early settler in this community, Mrs. Herman Runksmeier, passed out of this life at the age of 77 years. She came to this country with her husband from Germany in 1890. They lived in Baxter 11 years before coming to Ledyard. Deceased enjoyed good health until about two years ago when a diabetic ailment caused her to lose her sight. She was bedfast for two days when diabetic gangrene became a complication She is survived by her husband, four sons, Herman, Arthur, Fred and Orville, three daughters, Lena, Mrs. Herman Brandt and Mrs. John Brandt, and five grandchildren, all living in this vicinity. Services were held at the Evangelical and Reformed church, of •which she was a charter member, Wednesday afternoon with Rev. E. P. Nuss -in charge. Her four sons and two sons-in-law were pall bearers. Darold Gabel of Swea City spent Thursday and Friday at the Albert Brand home. A Red Cross meeting will be held at the school house here Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Misses Lorraine Darnell and Bevely Furst left Tuesday for Cedar Falls, where they will attend college preparatory to teaching. Some forty women attended the canning demonstration held in the city hall here May 26. Miss Schultz of Algona, home demonstration agent, was in charge. Meeting of the Ladles' Aid of the Evangelical and Reformed church will be postponed until Thursday', 'June 10, with Mrs. Albert Kramensrtteier as hostess. A childrens' day program will be presented at the Evangelical and Reformed church here Sunday evening, June 6, at 8:15 o'clock. There will also be a display of handiwork by the pupils done ih summer school. Last Thursday evening a class of sixteen received diplomas at Ledyard with Norma Speicher as honor student and Arden Anderson in second place. The Rev. Harvey Nelson gave the commencement address using as his subject "The Future Begins Today." Rev. and Mrs. Edward Nuss enjoyed a surprise visit from their nephew, Capt. Calvin Vriesen and wife on Wednesday. They were enroute to Texas, where he -will ie stationed the next few months. He has recently returned from overseas, having served in Australia and New Guinea for four- ;een months. Capt. Vriesen and wife are both well known here, jeing former teachers in Grant ;ownship. No Gas Ration For Vacation Trips Iowa ration boards have "been nstructed not to issue special ra- lons of gasoline for persons desiring vacation trips. The Des Moines district OPA legal department plans to keep an eagle eye, also, on visitors at resort spots during the summer to see that car drivers have not exceeded their 90 miles allotment for pleasure driving. B and G ration card holders are especially warned not to use their cars for pleasure trips. Read Tile Want Ads—It Pays THURSDAY, JUNE 4 78 TOP-FLIGHT PLAYERS - 7 DIRECTORS 21 FAMOUS WRITERS "FOR EVER AND A DAY" Profits from Distribution are Donated to the National Foundation For Infantile Paralysis FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JUNE 4 and 5 No. 1 Joy Show of the Year! JOHN CARROLL SUSAN HAYWARD THE FAU0N TOM CONWAY , Harriet Milliard-Edgar Kennedy SUNDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 7 and 8 Guaranteed to give you a »•» did you say No other motion picture can make n this claim! JEAN JOEL CHARLES ARTHUR McCREACOBURN • GEORGE STEVENS' JP Afore The NW^ FLYER HUSBAND OF MARY BLACK ON MISSING LIST Irvington — Mrs. James Black has received a message from her daughter, Mary Black Fraser, stating that her husband, Douglas Fraser, has been reported missing in action. Mrs. Ffaser had been informed with a prior telegram thru the British'govern- ment. The last trip Mr. Fraser made was with the group of bombers on May 12 that destroyed the huge dams in Germany. Mrs. Fraser received a letter from her husband, written at the squadron station just before his departure. At the present Mrs. Fraser, a registered nurse, is stationed as supervisor of various stations in an area near London where they are installing and setting up first aid stations. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Fettinger are the new tenants for Edw. Mawdsley. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mescher and daughter, Judy Kay, of Bancroft, visited Sunday at the parental Mrs. Mary Dale home. Donald Frankl returned to Miami,, Florida, on Sunday after a short furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Frankl. Mr. and Mrs. George Noone and family will move to Des Moines soon. They have purchased an eight-acre plat near that city and will make their future home there. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchins have received word from {heir son Russell who is now located some, place in Southwest Pacific. A period of about two months had elapsed since they had last heard from him. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Wech and family and Mrs. L. T. Griffin of West Concord, Minn., were week-end visitors at the J. A. Johnson home while Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell of Seneca visited at the Ralph Lages. Mrs. Elmer Dale and family accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Menke and two daughters of Bancroft, motored to Battle Creek on Saturday where they spent the two holidays with Elmer Dale. They all returned home Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillip have .been notified that their son, Clifton, has been transferred to Arizona. Previous to this he was located at Chanute Field, Illinois, and Salt Lake City, Utah. He is taking a mechanical course for airplanes. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Becker and family visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Becker at Corwith, the ladies are sisters while the men folks are cousins. Little Dick Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Becker, is visiting with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Becker, at St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Geigel have received word from their son, Bob, that he is now located at Camp Fort Hueneme, Calif. Bob was home recently on i a leave from Camp Peary, Va., but upon his return to that place was immediately transferred to the west coast. He has been promoted to seaman first class. About thirty ladies were invited to the miscellaneous shower on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. M. Cox honoring her granddaughter, Mabeline Miller Lovstad. . Other hostesses, besides Mrs. Cox, were Mesdames Stella Trehune, Opal Barker and Edward Ditsworth. Mrs. Agnes Dreesman had charge of the program. Post office inspector Mahler was here on Monday checking Postmistress Beda Watson out. Mrs. Watson plans on leaving for California the first of next week. Miss Margaret Mulligan, assistant postmistress, will take care of and serve the public in that capacity until an examination is held and the future status of the local office is determined. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Woods have recently received word from their three sons who are serving with the armed forces. Corporal Condal Woods is located at Camp San Luis Obispo, California, and is attached to the medical corps. Private 1-c Robert is located at Camp Young while Walden (Bill) is a second class seaman on the U. S. S. Indiana where he has been stationed for one year. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bobridge have received word from their son-in-law, Monroe D. McLauren, that he has been promoted to corporal and is now located at a camp in Arizona. Corporal McLauren has been in the service since January. Mrs. McLauren, the former Bernice Bo- bridge, still continues to live with her family at Piney Woods, Mississippi, where she is associated with the treasurer's office of the Piney Woods institution. About fifteen ladies attended the afternoon farm bureau meet-, ing held last Thursday with Mrs. Perry Phillips. Mrs. John Weber, chairman, presided, and presented the lesson material on the canning of fruits and vegetables. The next meeting, and incidentally, the last for the summer months, will be held on June 24 with Mrs. Barney Capesius, Mrs. Arthur Maasdam assisting hostess. Mrs. John Schulz and Mrs. Woods are the program committee for this meeting. Farewell Party For Pat Pollard— A porch supper was given for Patricia Pollard at the Latiarre home Tuesday evening at 6:30. Pat is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Pollard. She has gone to Rochester to enter St. Mary's hospital for nurSes" training. Betty Jane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre, acted as hostess to seven girls. The guests were Patricia - Lynch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lynch; Marian McGuire, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John McGuire; Jeanne Buthman, daughter 'of Vtr. and Mrs. J. C. Buthman; Miriam Norton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton; LaVerlle Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Long, and Helen Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Johnson. Dinner at the Gisch Home— A 6:30 dinner was served at ;he Lawrence Gisch home Tuesday evening. The evening was enjoyed by the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Lee Horribuchle, of Draper, South Dakota; Mary 3ieser, Mrs. Eva Deim, Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Frankl and daughter Camilla, Mr. and Mrs. John Bieser and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heerdt, Mrs. Joe Lichter and family, Mary Frankl and Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch and daughter Madonna. Mrs. Hornbuchle is a sister of Mary and John Bieser and Mrs. Deim. Shower For the Schweiterts— A miscellaneous shower was given in the Methodist church parlors Thursday for the Merle Schwietert family. Around 05 guests were present. The ladies hemmed towels, dishtowels and pillowcases. They also tied a comforter. In addition to these TITONKANEWS IETY there were stunte and games played. The Schwietert home between Wesley and Titonka was destroyed by fire a few weeks ago. Mr, Schwietert is still a pa- 1 tient at the Kossuth hospital recovering from burns received at that time. —4;:— • ,*> Garden Club to Give Picnic-— The Kossuth Garden Club is giving a picnic in the shelter house at the Call State Park on Monday. All members and their families are invited. There will be an iris display. No program has' been planned, bi»t there will be moving pictures by Bill Dau. The pictures will include scenes of the state park during the four different seasons of the year. There will also be colored pictures of different varieties of flowers. R. N. A. to Meet—' All officers and members of the Royal Neighbors Association are to come to the Lodge at 7:30 Thursday evening, June 10th. Uniforms are to be .brought for rehearsals. Congregational Woman's Assn.— The next meeting of the Woman's Association of the Congregational church has been postponed until June 10, when a one o'clock luncheon will be served at the church parlors. Eastern Star Has Meeting—• The Order of the Eastern Star had a meeting Tuesday night in the Masonic Temple. Eva Wille was installed as conductress. Welfare Club Postponed— . The Welfare Club meeting will be postponed until further notice. Ottosen Community News Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Purdy were Monday visitors with friends at Corwith. Harold Jacobson and Herman Kramer attended a cattle feeders meeting at Humboldt Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Alme and Shirley were Sunday visitors at the John Sones home at Sioux Rapids. Frank Brown of Mt. Vernon and Vane Pattison of Allison spent Tuesday and Wednesday, at the Roy Jacobson home. Mr. and Mrs. James Clave and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Ole Clave of Webster City were Sunday visitors of Harold Jacobsons. Mrs. Helen Malm of Palmer and Mrs. Sidney Lothian of Winchester, Tenn., were Friday dinner guests at the Roy Jacobson home. The Presbyterian Ladies Aid met at the church parlors Friday afternoon with Mrs. Art Tabor and Mrs. Herman Kramer as leaders. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Jacobson, iharlotte, Wanda and Jimmy were Wednesday night supper guests at the Palmer Enockson home at Ft. Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Klein, Mrs. Clarence Reese, Donald Puff, Russell Reese were visitors at the home of Mrs. Florence Coonts at Albert City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Watnem are the parents of a baby boy weighing 9 Ibs., 4 oz., at the Kossuth hospital at Algona. He has been named Randall Craig. Mrs. Clarence Reese was honored at a dinner at her home May 23 in remembrance of her birthday. Mrs. Florence Coonts and family, Mrs. Fred Puff and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reese and son and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Klein and Gayle attended. Mrs. Ralph Richards was pleasantly surprised Monday night when several ladies came to her home to help her celebrate her birthday. Those attending were Mrs. Russell Reese, Mrs. Ray Enockson, Mrs. Clarence Reese and Mrs. Morgan Hagen. The Lutheran Ladies Aid met at. the church parlors Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Peter Movick and Mrs. "Joe Traub as hostesses. The Aid members were invited to attend the Lutheran Aid at the home of Mrs. J. O. Wangberg at Rolfe on Wednesday afternoon, June 2. A group of ladies attended a birthday party in honor of Mrs. Clarence Reese at her home last Thursday night. Mrs. Crane, Mrs. Ralph Richards, Mrs. Morgan Hagen; Mrs. Roy Enockson, Mrs. G. I. Purdy, Mrs. Fred Puff, Mrs. Russell Reese and Mrs. Ray Klein attended. The 4-H girls met at the Presbyterian church parlors on Monday afternoon. The local "Good rooming" contest was held with Mrs. Henry Lovig and Mrs. Merle Holt as judges. Plans were made for Rally Day at Humboldt on Thursday. Lillian Kramer was chosen to read the girls 4-H creed at this meeting. Funeral services were held on Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at the home and at 2 o'clock at the West Bend Presbyterian church for Fred Struthers, who passed away May 25th at the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. Surviving are his wife, two daughters, Vera of' Des Moines and Naomi alf home,:;a son, James i of Ottosen, besides' :othcr relatives. Burial was in the West Bend cemetery. - K - Hospital News Kossuth Hospital May 27—Mrs. Henry Ziemet, Bode, girl. May 29—Mary Patterson, Bancroft, surgical. May 30—Mrs. William-Gilchrist, Bancroft, boy; Mrs. Harold Elbert, Rodman, boy. May 31—Mrs. Carl Harms, Titonka, girl. June 1—Mrs. Leo Mergen, Algona boy; Adeline Bilsborough, Algona, tonsilectomy; Mr. Ma Been Ludwig, Whittemore, surgical. General Hospital May 27—Mrs. H. A. Geilenfeld, Fenton, boy; Roy Stilson, Corwith, medical. May 28—Dorothy Nichols, Algona, medical. May 29—Otto Wehrspann, Ottosen, surgical. May 30—Janice Burgardt, Britt, medical. May 31—Maxine Karsrud, Swea City, surgical; Charles Hanson, Armstrong, surgical; and Robert Schwartz, Armstrong, surgical. June 1—Verle Elmore, Algona, surgical. June 2—Herbert Huff, LuVerne, surgical; Jane Adams, Algona, surgical; Lois Adams, Algona, surgical; Mrs. George C. Koestler, Burt, medical. K Grant News Mrs. Ada Montgomery of Blue Earth has been spending several days with Mrs. Mable Mino. Mrs. Rose Reynolds spent the week-end visiting at the Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Colwell home in Humboldt. RAMSEY CHURCH 5 DAY BIBLE SCHOOL Titonka—The Ramsey Reformed church ended its Bible school with a program on Sunday night. All-day session were held from Monday through Friday. Sixty* three students were enrolled with the Rev. Frank <8nitcher, the superintendent. The teachers were Liydla Dreesman, Irene Rippen* trop, Greta Sleper, Magdalene Haj-ringa and Mrs. Clarence Penning. ' Rev. W. L. Patterson delivered the Memorial address at Burt. Mrs. J. Douglas Snitz,' Joyce and .Billy, are leaving for New Orleans on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Falk Vis- ted friends and relatives in Al- ;ona Tuesday afternoon. The Ramsey Reformed church will celebrate its annual mission 'estlval Wednesday, June 2. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Keil, Bruce and Brent, were Sunday _uests of Mr. arid Mrs. Louis Kap- icngst, of Elmore. Marietta Bruns of Mason City ipent Sunday afternoon and evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Riendart Krominga. 1 Marietta Bruns of Mason City :pe/it Sunday afternoon and eve- ling at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rinehart Krominga. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth. Swan, Virginia and Douglas, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Swan of Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Downs, Richard and Robert, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Bowper, of .Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schram and l>ois, Mrs. Mary J. Schram and Srwin Mitchell called on friends n Fort Dodge on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert C. Meyer, Jackie and Arlis, of Buffalo Cen- ,er, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Rippentrop. Mr. arid Mrs. Ben U. Meyer and Vlarjorie and Mr. and Mrs. John Hippentrop drove to Spirit Lake Sunday to enjoy several days of fishing. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bleich. of 3urt and Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland of Lone Rock were Sunday guests of Mrs. Louise Falk and Tillie. Mrs. Ed Calies, Mrs. John Mil- .er, Michael and John, Marilyn tallies and Herbert Callies are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Krueger at St. Paul. Douglas'' H. Patterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Patterson, has seen promoted from first lieutenant to captain. He is in command of a battery in the field artillery. He is now stationed 'at Camp 'hillips, Salina, Kansas. Bernice Spear and Shirley Bunkofske,. who ,.are working in a. defense plant at Waterloo,,arrived Here Sunday to spend several days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harm Kethwick and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bunkofske. Leroy Loats of Dubuque -University spent Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Loats. .Sutfday afterttbdft.'.Mi?. Sand Mftj, jpofli Ltrate, .La»^Kwttf6tit find Clarence called at the.home of Mr, artd Mrs. Ernest Wbrtmah of Lakota. .fflday morning tofvdfld Mr*. Robert Clemans and John left f&r Mitchell, S. D., where they visited Mr,' and Mrs. E. N. Clemans and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morro. George Clemans, who is in the coast guard, was home on the fifst furlough he has had since Oct.) 1941. He has been ih active combat duty overseas, Last .Thursday ftevV W. L. Pat- teraoa officiated at the funeral of Lieut. Graydoh Hauser at Gardner. Lieut. Mauser, of the army air corps, was killed in an airplane crash last week in South Carolina. Capt. Pattefsbrij son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Patterson, and Lieut. Hauser were school and college companions. , Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Young of Wesley, Mrs. Theodore Worsley and Jack of Long Beach, Calif., and Mrs. Beuna NeWall of Mason City were Sunday dinner guests One Of Many Smith* Scalded at Serteca Swea City—Walter t, Smith of Seneca towhship WaS painfully scalded about the face Friday when bailing water from the radiator of, the truck he was driving shot up in his face as he wds removing the radiator cap. He was up. arid about the next day, although his burns were painful. . .« Because of the fact that there at least four Walter Smiths in this part of the county, there was considerable confusion among those Who heard the news, as to just- which Walter Smith MM been hurt! It wasn't Walter R.J nor Walter I., nor Walter G.; it was Walter L. None of the four, are related. A I dreamed I died. St. Peter said, ."Jimmie you have worked hard and sold a lot of good shoes at a very small profit. In hard times this was a great help to your many customers.-" So he opened the gate and I- was in Heaven. My job wtfs fitting those golden .slippers. It became very monotonous as alt the angels Wore Size 7-B. No triple A. or quads in Heaven. I guess those people do npt$o to Heaven. I quit the job. Took the elevator went down, down- until I began to smell brimstone: I iound a nice little town. Everybody Was on the move. Lots of people from Britt and Spencer there. Notmany from Algona. • ••'-• I recognized one fellow that gave me:.a bad check". I asked where Hitler was. They said lie was farther down in the pits of eternal punishment They kept him and Goebbels in hot chains. Remembering all the people that he starved to death all he .gets to eat is a little mush in a jug, with a knitting needle instead of a spoon. John L. Lewis was not there yet.' He is too busy up here. But we are on the road to victory in spite of Hitler, John L. Lewis, the devil and those rats from Japan. Just then I woke up—it was 7, a.m. Dress, eat breakfast and back to the store, where as always I am dealing out the best shoes that .money can buy. You get shoes and anklets from Jimmie cheaper than you can- buy them anywhere else in the state of Iowa. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN HANDY POINT CHART FOR PROCESSED FOODS Point Values of Populor Sizes, Effective June 6,1943 USE BLUE STAMM K L ISM footnote Miss Jacqueline Sunderman was a week-end guest of Miss Sharon Adamson. Mrs. Pauline Petticord and her mother, Mrs. F. L. Adamson, journeyed by train to Chicago last Friday. From there Mrs. Petticord will go to Los Angeles, where she will work in a defense plant. Mrs. Petticord has been attending an N. Y. A. schol at Winona, Minn., for the past five months. Sunday dinner guests at the William Stott home were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cullen and Dejores Perry of Stanley, Iowa, Miss Doris Stott of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. John Stott. Doris Stott left for Storm Lake, where she will spend several days. She has been visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. William Stott, since Tuesday. Why This Is Really Effective Thus doctors exclaimed after testing Dermetics—Why had no one thought of this simple formula before? Just three simple steps: 1—Soil Adsorbing 2—Blushing 3—Completion Toning Dry or oily skin, blackheads and bumps just cease to exist when using these Miracle Oils. Try it. you won't be sorry. Make appointments now for consultation and free facial June 1st to 20th. Twin-Co Beauty Salon PHONE 5 IN KRESENSKY'S *N,V~~NV-~s/V WEIGHT -» CANNED AND BOTTLED CONTAINER SIZE •* FRUITS (Include Pickled, Spiced or handled): Apples (include Craoapples) Applesauce and Rid Sour Cherries Apricots, Fruit Cxktall. Fruits lor salad, or Mixed Fruit Berries (all kinds) and Grapefruit Cherries, all other (exclude Maraschlna type) Fip, Pears, and Cranberries or Sauce, whole, strained, or Jellied Peaches Pineapple Plums or Prunes (aH kinds) FRUIT JUICES: Grapefruit and aN other Citrus Jukes, Fruit Nectan (exdudlm Papaya). Grape Juke, and Prune Juice Pineapple Juice VEGETABLES: Asparatus, Green or Wu Beans, aH other Beans (except fresh skeM), Corn (except vacuum packed and on-tbe-tob), and Mind Veptabtes Fresh Shelled Bean (Incwdinf Unas and Black-eyed Pen) and Vacuum Packed Corn Grans, leafy (except Spinach) Beets and Carrots Peas and Tomatoes Sauerkraut Tomato Catsup or Chill Sauce, Tomato Pulp er Puree, and Tomato Sum (except when packed In combiMtton dlmers) Tomato Paste Mushrooms, Pumpkin or Squirt, and Spinach VEGETABLE JUICES: or more Tomato Juice Ore 10 u. Inel 14 u. Nil Mew NiiltCrL 3 • ir* f * u t» :, T. : • c 10 15 S " 2 7 I 12 S C 10 3 10 " 15 9 2 Oro 14(2. lncLI OUtt No. 301 •No. I TlD Dm Pint 4 12 15 9 U * 13 20 4 , *2 10 v 12 U *« 9 14 4 13 20 »11 •2 Owl tJu. iKllfelK. Nil 5 14 19 10 14 10 1C 23 S 3 12 14 19 • 10 . 1C 5 1C 25 14 3 Onrlfcfu. ML 2 ft. N12V4 OMQurt t » 21 25 15 19 13 21 34 7 3 17 21 21 10 15 . 24 7 21 34 19 3 OnrZfc.llK.1 InDft. ««. (MulCrt) 11 28 34 21 . 2C 17 29 47 I 9 ! 4 22 2t 39 14 21 34 9 29 4C 26 4 HUM, niinmliJii, tra*butter*. WMI tlmUt SOUPS {QNTAlftER SIZE -» Tomato Sew AD ether So** (exttodinf Grew Twite, Warn Jute, Soups, id (.(Mtem'rited (roady-to-som) UK-UK. *.! BABY FOODS CONTAINER SIZE-*- M«Md typH lid nrMfn, oxctpt Mtt am) FROZEN CONTAINER SIZE FRUITS. BERRIES, AND JUICES: SUiwtafries All other Fruits art Berries VEGETABLES: Beans, Baked BUM, Green (aU styles) Boaas. Una ( Con. Cut CWI-M-Ctfe Him* ThU ehart only litts point valim popular *lw*. S*« tht 9fftetal «h«rt at your grow'* for otht r tiiti in* tbtlr point VillMf tK L M i*od May 24, t« and fit* eluding July 7/6 H J VftJM thr»u|h Jtmt 7* > CAUTION ONLY lifTOi on till* chart r*. flHln th* surrtrtJur of Hut $tamp* from JrVar Rttton •*•*

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