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file Aljorw Upper 0ii Moittes, Algartii, July 8, 1943 f S FENTON CHIIJ), 7, VICtiM MOKTHS'ILLNESS Fentoh—Fuheral services for little Clara JBlerstedt, 7, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. • Clarence Bier- .stedt, were held Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the home and at 2 o?clock at St. John's Lutheran church With the Rev. R. W. Kabelitz iti charge, with burial In thb Lutheran cenietery. Clarn, •who .was 7 in January, passed away Friday at-her home after an illness of ten months. She leaves,, besides her parents, a twin brother, Clarence, and an older sister, Phyllis. Mr. and---Mrs.'. Clarence Thees- iidld and sons • left Sunday for a 10-day Vacation %t Arnold's Park. 'Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nelson, of 'Cylinder, visited Saturday evening at the Martin Hantelman Ihome, • Jariet McFall and hef grand- lather, T. N. McFall, left'Mottday aiight via 'train for Cedar Rapids where they will visit at the Oren McFall home a week. Mrs. Maurice Wallace and four children left Thursday for St! Louis, Missouri, where they will virfit 'Pvt. Wallace who is- stationed at Jefferson Barracks. They expect to be gone a month. Mr, and Mrs. Carl Krueger and Loretta Goetsch, the latter of Watertown, Wis., were dinner guests Sunday at the A. R. Will- ret't home. Miss Goetsch, a 'Sis-, ter of Mrs. Krueger, is spending the ^summer at the Krueger home. ; . Florence Longhenry, R..'; N., of Bopne, came Saturday for a •week's visit with her friendy-'Mrs. Arlo . Ranney. On Sunday- Miss Longhenry, Mr. and Mrs."'-. Arlo Ranney and Jack Gerhart were dinner guests at the H. E. Rei- rners.home. .. Mr;- and Mrs. Howard Anderson of Fdirmont are parehts of a girl fcorn Friday, July 2, at the hospital there. She has been named Joan Meredith. They have one other child, a son, John. Mrs. Ariderson is better known here as Maxihe Jentz. Mr. and Mrs Henry Gill and family and their guests, the Rev. and Mrs. Albert ' Rowland and five children, of Roscoe, S. D., attended a farewell gathering Sunday at Harrison Park, Emmets• burg, honoring Lowell Hahn, of Mason City, who left for the DCS Mijines induction camp Monday night: Mrs. W. H. Thompson Of Bodft was a Sunday guest at the G. H. Free home. Mrs. C. C. Shlerk, St., of Kcno- sha, Wis., is arriving, Friday to visit her son, Dr. C. C. Shierk, Jr., and family. J. D. Cawthornc, wh\ Is managing the S, & Li store during Jack Kerner's absence, spent the week-end in Minneapolis. Thomas Keneflck of Eagle Grove- arrived Saturday to spend a week with his eousinv Steven Keneflck. His is a nephew of Dr, John Kene- flck. Mrs. Gay lord Sexe antf daughter, Linda, .of Omaha are going to spend the week end with the Chris Wallukait family. Mrs. Walluknit is her sister. Helen Barber of Fort Dodfre,. Keith Cooper of POcahonlas; and Pearl Cooper of Mora, Minn., were week-end guests at the Ji.. A.. Cooper home. Mrs. Merwlir Foot, Pcnsacola, Florida, ;arrived!'Frid'ay;''tq. visit With ; V heY 'mptfte^ IVIrsr .Frank Shilts, Mrs.'S'hitfs 'has -been Mil for•! Several-mMitnti;. : '• '.'"<•?.'•;• -:^-- IWr. .arid Mrs. Uoit Crona'u, a-ntf daughter, .Donna Jean;. of'. $brerJo> are here Visiting 'with the 'former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan. Don has a variety goods store in> Toledo. :., . ; .; • •. Bridgett GafTney returned MOM day from Mason City arid'Rbck- well,. where she had • spent -the week-end. She visited hfer "Bister in Mason City and her 'fatter jrt Rockwell. - / : •'••/..,--.-'." Duane and Betty Wallukait, Maxine Brethorst :ahd Bob Wright went to Humboidt . ^Wednesday evening for a- birthday party, in honor of Grace Wallukait, cousin of Duane and Betty. •, Percy Kuhn of Minneapolis spent Friday and Saturday of last week in Algona with his. lather and other relatives and friends. Percy is employed in a paper box factory in Minneapolis. : '; Mr. and Mrs. William 1 lager of Popejoy, Iowa, weje Fourth of July visitors at the J. A. Johnson home. Mrs. Hager is a sister of Mrs. Johnson. They also - visited the George Johnson home. Edward Thompson, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Herschel W, Thompson, arrived home Wednesday from Norfolk, Va., where he is stationed as a pharmacist's mate, second class. He has' a 12-day furlough. ' first Choice OF FEEDERS; Firit choice, because It helps save high-priced corn—flivei hat* 'minerals and proteins to make the com yo farther and build bet- tcrhogl. (Minerals and proteins can save up to 5 bushels of tor a ipef 100 lb>. gain aa compared to com alone). "'* ftRtiriKMMt .MM! outulli other mineral- .iprotein Hoi supplements l» .the heart of the '"hog belt S to 1. Try It on our money-buck ' •'guarantee. '• J. f p hone ^ 31 E. State ' • Pepsi-Cola Company, long Island City, M. Y. Franchised Bottler: PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF FORT DODGE Thursday, Friday and Saturday, July 8, 9 and 10 JOHN MAGJC (BROWfJ and T?X RJTTBR in "TBfiB. LONE STA» TRAIL" vu. Black Man,, iy«4., July 11,12, 13 and 14 HIGH •AMYSUIUVAN IRENE PWNNI! ian4 CABlf GRANT "THE AWFUfc TRUW mt oy RE SEASON Clint Lighter, manager of the Miller" Lumber Co., underwent an operation at the General hospital last' Thursday and is reported : recovering nicely. He expects to leave the- hospital about Sunday. Wayne Schlchtr, Burt, Is now- stationed at Camp Walters,. Texas, where 1 he has' just completed his basic training. Wayne has passed an,intelligence examination" which 1 enti'tt'es; him. to> special training. Joe Bloom went to Minneapolis for- the Fourth of. July holiday and Will return the last of the week, bringing Mrs. Bloom and two- children who. have spent several weeks there' with relatives and friends;. Mrs. J. II. Thuraii' and son of Stratford and Mrs. James Altwegg and children of Rembrandt are here' visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs-. W.. S; WindelT, Their husbands were> here for the July' 4th' holada&r.. Mr; and Mrs. Bmf Barnard 1 spent the Fourth at Winnebago where they took their son,. Darrell',. Who will 1 visit there for.a- few weeks. Bud, is taking a Week of vacation 1 from his duties as manager of the local Gamble store. John Bnschcr reft Tuesday afternoon for the- S'eabees. He- has a rating of' petty officer, third class; He is to be stationed at Camp Perry, 'Virginia. John is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Blischer,. who live west of Ai'gonav Flight Officer Af Lfelttcr came home . Saturday from Haywan.l, Calif., for•: a week's furlough with his; father and' other .local relatives and friends. Al.recently saw L£. ,Arne Pedersen at Hamilton Fieiti',. Calif:, where- tfie latter is stationed'. The Misses MantTe and 1 Mildred 1 Schenck of Minneapolis, Minn, are visiting with their brother, A. B. Schenck, of Algona. Mailde is a teacher in a Minneapolis high school and Mildred is a 4-H club girls' leader. Both are graduates of Iowa State College, Mrs. Kermlt Forbes left Sunday for Chicago where she will spend a few days with her husband who!is there for a short stay He has been employed for several months on the west coast as a painter in the various defense plants. Mrs. Forbes is employee! at the Woodward store. Mrs. Lee A. Reed and three daughters, Mary Elizabeth, Rosaline and Caroline, left last night for Knoxville, Ky., to visit the former's sister. They will stop en- route at Cincinnati to visit another sister. They have made their home the past year with Mr. Reed's parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Lee H. Reed. Harry Hcrr, an experienced ha'rdware ^man from. Keokuk arrived Jodgy; to be employed at'the Algona hardware. He and his family will move here and have rented the house at 116 W. North street, which was. recently vacated by ,the y W. Q. .Curtis family, who jnQved^'tb'S the : ri Dbribv"ah; • property ttiv'So. Thorington.: . :.'•'•• " Mrs. Paul A. Willey recently received a newspaper clipping from her husband showing a picture of himself and two or three other army men making repairs on the "Madame X," one of the army planes somewhere in the south Pacific. She also received a cablegram from him on their first wedding anniversary last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tice returned Tuesday from Johnston, Colo., where Mrs. Tice spent several weeks with her mother, Mrs. W. V. Riches, who had a stroke. Mrs. Riches is recovering slowly in a hospital there. The Tices were accompanied by Mrs. Tice's son, •James Thompson, who will mane liis home in Algona and be a sophomore in high school this fall. Mr, and Mrs. Jack Hilton and son, Larry, of Indianola spent from Sunday till Tuesday afternoon visiting friends and relatives here. The Hiltons moved from Algona this spring, going to Indianola where Jack runs a variety store. They spent Sunday with the Robert Carney family. They also visited .the Kyle Keith family and Mrs. Hilton's sister. Violet Halbrook, who is employed at Brown's studio. Sunday was an extra special Fourth of July for the Hiltons, for their son, Larry, celebrated his second birthday. raVIKGTON NWS Mv. and Mrs. Paul Dremmel spent the past week at Lake Oko- Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Hager of Popejoy spent the week-end at the J, A, Johnson home. Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Parson entertained at a family dinner oh July 4th. Guests were Mr. and Mrs, Harvey Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kelly and son, Jim, Romer Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Parsons. Miss Helen Christensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Harry Christensen, has been corresponding with her cousin, who is stationed with the armed forces somewhere in England. Through him she has learned of the whereabouts <4 Paul Egel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Egel, Ipcal residents, who is also stationed in the same coutir try. Their identity and home relationship was disclosed through a mutua.} friend^ MF, and Mrs. John. Schultz have received interesting* news' from their daughter, Helen, who has en doing defense work at LOS gsles, wnere he,i?. sifter, Birdie, is also employed at the same plant- On June 28th Helen was inducted into the WAC's and is now awaiting her ca}}, which in all probability will bfi within ttwee or four wesfes. Pr% to their going we$t both girls were popular Kos- wjth' county rpral" teachers. Helen stated in her tetter she -would either be sent to a camp located in Florida <?r m txfro $7,00/4. Jvhfl aUlan tt oM *vt* I Wp^SJlJi 9 ^p &™W f - Jfyss wid Mr. and Mrs. Glert gcott, At- gona, are the proud parents of a baby girl born on July 4th. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hermanson ar'e moving into the hous^ owned by Mrs. Esther Helberg on Minnesota street. Miss Freda Wassenber* of Chicago came Saturday for a week's visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. L. E. Linnan. Miss Ella. Turner of Sioux City came Friday to visit her aunt, Mrs* S, B^French. She will return withirt a^eek or so. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. ChrischiUes have received word that their son, Ensign. Ted Chrischilles, has arrived safely in Africa. Nancy DuMgjr of Emmetsbnrg: arrivedi Monday night to visit at the: E.. C. McMa'hon home. She is a niece <rf Mrs. McMahon. Mr. and Mrs. Ken C»wan and Mr. aad Mrs, Craig Smith arn leaving Satusd'ay, ,for Okoboji, where they will spend a week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shellmeycr and'family of BurHngton are visiting here with the Leo Spilles family, and also' with relatives at West B'end 1 .. Robert ConRMn, son »f Mr. and Mrs. George Conklin, was home for the week-end from Clinton, where he isr doing government Bad'ibi work.. Mr. and Mrs. 0oc Xandersv Corwith, and Fred Goetsch, Livermore, were- Sunday dinner guests at the Matt Baumgartner home near Cbrwithi. Dr. and Mrs. §•. W. Meyer and two children, Wayne and Johnny, spent the holiday week-end at Keosauqua, Iowa, visiting Dr. Meyer's father. Mrs. H. C. Hargreaves and daughter,. Arlene, returned Tuesday evening from Omaha. Arlene is an employee of the &. & L. .department store. ^ Mr. antf Mrs. George Larson, Titonka, and their son, Clarence Larson, and his family, Waterloo, visited the Robert Carney family Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilles and daughter, Arlene, spent Monday at a family reunion at the home of Mrs. Spille's sister, Mrs. Ed Anliker, in West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Phillips and son, Clark, spent Sunday and Monday at Scranton, Iowa, visiting Mrs. Phillip's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Dunivan. Mrs. M. B. Griffin and daughter, Kathfeen, just returned from a week's visit in Salem, S. D., .where they visited the former's mother, Mrs. Ellen Reddin. Michael Streit, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Streit, left Sunday to spend a week or ten days with the Peter Nichel family, who live on a farm near Ashton, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cook are the parents of a baby girl, born June 22 in Kenosha, Wis. Mrs. Cook was Pearl Hovey before her marriage. Her husband is in the army. Mrs. A. J. Schnepf returned Tuesday^ eyefitag,;«fter*!£yisiting in Roc)c Island, imi'lfihdlins.the easr tern part of loWf for 1 'two weekS. Two of her sister's returned with her. -..-.' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wegener 'are . visiting here from Tacoma, -WasH.; with the" former's; parettts*. Mr: and'Mrs; Louis Wegener,:and other relatives throughout the county. Eleanor LaBarre began, work Monday at the S. & L. store where she will succeed Mrs. Irving Miller, who will go to the Kent Motor Co. to be a member of. the bookkeeping staff there. Mrs. K. F. Ball and daughter, Virginia, return to Charles City Friday after visiting a week here With the former's parents, Mr. anil Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves, and other relatives. Mrs. Ball was formerly Bernice Hargreaves. Mrs. Donald Christerisen received word from her daughter, Mrs. Allen Hamilton, Iowa Falls, that she is now a grandmother. Mrs. Hamilton, who is the former Dorothy Paesley, had a baby girl born Monday, July 5th. Mr. Hamilton was a former employe qf the Pioneer Hi-bred Corn Co. here. Joe Pellsek arrived Saturday to take his family to Tama, wh^re they will reside. They left Monday morning after spending the week end With farewell visits. Mr. Pelisek : is manager of the Tama railway express office. Julie Chrischilles, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles, and Bill Fuller, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller, were home over the week end from Blue Earth, Minn., where the boys have been working in the canning factory. Mrs. Ralph Menzcll and son, Hugh, left Wednesday for their home in Houghton, Mich., after visiting the iatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver, for two weeks. They are stopping at Minneapolis for two days to visit Mr. Memell's sister. Dale Christensen of Spencer arrived Monday to visit with his cousins, the children of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parks. Due to his brother's coming home from California by airplane, Dale will return to his home this week, so that he can see his brother, who is home on a furlough. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Burns and children spent the week-end in Estherville attending a family reunion of the Burns family. Abo there for the occasion was Jim's brother, Francis, and his wife of EIReno, Okla., who are vacationing there for a week. Francis is a railroad blacksmith. • Mrs. Myrrel S. Mnetrel and two children, Myrl and Jacqueline, of Cedar Rapids were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Muetzel's sister, Mrs. Ed Parks. The three then traveled to Spencer to visit Mrs. H. E. Weaklin, mother and grandmother of the Muetzels. Mr. Muetzel was a former employe of the Kossuth County Advance. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Lighter recently .received word from their son, Lt. Duane Lighter,. that he had arrived safely in England, making the trip by plane. He reported that they met up with some bad weather, but had no trouble. He had been stationed at Lowry Field, Colo., prior to his departure and was recently home to visit his parents- Joe Shaben observed his 80th birthday July 6th. He celebrated the occasion the week before by making a trip 'to Louisville, Ky., where he visited a cousin, and also stopped in Cincinnati. He was gone about a week. Mr. Shaben was an operator for the Milwaukee railroad for 48 years. A great deal of that time was spent at Hofaarton. Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Skilling, Camp Roberts, California, has been selected along with 900 others for communication training. This was due to their having the highest grades in an intelligence test. This schooling will last for about nine weeks. Dick had been in charge of the group of boys who left here about a month ago. Mrs. Perry White and two children, Jimmy and Perry, Jr., of Hamilton, Ohio, are here . visiting 'the^,WT:.A.,;;Wh|ites,, %hd,::,"fu;e the parents of Perry, and Mr,. White's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller'. Perry is expected to come about the seventh of this month to spend a week or so visiting his parents and friends. The Whitesi are-former Algonians. Staff Sgt. Walter Beardsley returned' to Chanute Field at Ran- tovil, 111., Saturday night after a short visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beardsley. Walter is supervisor of instructors in power control, which has to do with air traffic. While he was home he and his parents spent part of a day with relatives at Rock Rapids, where Mrs. Beardsley lived before her marriage. Mrs. Richard Sheldon came home the first of the week, after having been with her husband, who has been transferred from Chicago to Camp Belvoir, Va., to continue instruction in the army engineer forces. Mrs. Sheldon is the former Mary Ellen Anderson. Before coming to Algona she spent a few days in Eldora with Richard's parents. Richard was formerly employed at the Algona Upper Des Moines office. f ' REPORT OF CONDITION OF Security Slate Bank of Algona, in the State of Iowa, organized under the laws of the State of Iowa, and a member of the Federal Reserve System, at the close of business on June 30, 1943. . Published in accordance with calls made by the Superintendent of Banking of Iowa and the Federal Reserve Bank of this district on a date fixed by the Superintendent of Banking of Iowa and the Boaru of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, pursuant to the provisions of the Federal Reserve Act and Section. 9231, Code of Iowa. ASSETS $ 435,787.89 . 190,300.00 2,100.00 7mufl8;4a; 17,000.00 $1,406,351.30 1. Loans and discounts (including $23.93 overdrafts) '. 2. United States Government obligations, direct' and guaranteed 5. Corporate stocks (including $2,100.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) 6. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balance, and' cash items in process of collection 7. Bank premises owned $15,200.00, furniture and fixtures $1,800.00 12. .TOTAL ASSETS -— LIABILITIES 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partner•• ships, and corporations .......,....$903,201.73: 14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations 2Dj628;22: 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions -- 282J6131QS; 17. Deposits of banks l:28;38a:.3S 18. Other deposits (certified -and officers' 1 checks, etc.) ,:. 2-,asr,08 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS 24. TOTAL, T.-IABILITIES (not including sub* or<«nct3d obligations shown below), ^ CAPITAL ACSQ^ISITS 25. Capital* .'_ , $ 50,000.00 26. Surplus 20,500.00 27. Undivided profits ^ 550,70 29. TOTAL CAPITAL, ACC0JJNTS --: w ~- , 1 30. TOTAL LIA3ILJTJBS AWO CAPITAL V ^ ACCQU^g ....^ , m u. ^....'. fl,406,3.5UQ - «This bank's capital consists of common stock with total par value of $50,000.00. We: C. 8. MurtagH, fres.; Frank ifohJUiaae, Y»ce-Pres., and E. A. Spbemel, Cashier, <# ^ above-pamed bajik, hereby p&tify that the above statement is. tr«« to the best of our knowledge and belief. C. B, MURTAGH, Prss, ( FHANK KOHLHAAS, ytce-pres, E, A. SCHEMEL, Cashier. E. J. HQUaH •. L- 1,335,300.60 $1,335,300.60 71,05,0.70. "• ! '- rt- ' ' ,Y ,3-- - » , ', t A-,. -* f ^ ' U, «,'},*. , , <-' L,. r ' _%; ,' Mrs. Gug«M«c Muber refttticd last Thursday from Williams, where she has been visitingj.het sister, Mrs. Lawrence Rickes, for about five weeks. Her niece and nephew, Diane and John, returned with her for a visit. Mrs. Huber's husband is in Africa with the navy driving a truck for''80me base there. Meredith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Raney, spent the weekend in Ames visiting Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Woodward, Sioux City. She stayed at the Ed Genrich home. Richard and Meredith attended the Twilight Prom held on the Iowa State campus Saturday evening. Richard just entered Iowa State College July 1. Gale E. Leek, son of Mrs. Chris Olsen, has recently been promot-"- ed from a private to a technical sergeant. Gale is stationed in Palestine. He went overseas in October, 1942, after being in the Quartermaster Corps since 1941. Sgt. Leek was just released from the hospital in Palestine after having treatments for a broken thumb. The Fred Czapp family of Minneapolis, Minn., visited over the week-end with Mrs. Anna Sutton and Mrs. Czapp's sister, Mrs. Floyd Bilsborough, and family. The Czapps were former residents of Algona. Mr. Czapp is employed in the Northern Pump Company as a machinist. This company is n naval ordnance plant, which is one of the largest gun factories in the world. Now is the time to see that it's in older During, the'summer months; wrfaen heat is not need" *ed irr your home; have your furnace thoroughly cleaned; by our expert workmen! If it's in need of repair youlll: have: plenty ofitihae to get it well done! WE CAN TELL YOU - What repairs; you'll; need: and- can i furnish them. # We" can still get pre-war Gf een: Golfanial; furnaces, LAING & MUCKEY Phone 4M STORES YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,, JULY, ft ANB 10) FRESH FRUITS and' VEGETABLES „ .ARE NOT RATIONED Eat Fresh Fruits and Vegetables now and spend your Ration Points for Canned Foods to use next winter:. &. r ty*r\ uitifiiiT, Fimr ICEBERG LETTUCE FOB SAJjATt, COLE SLAM' AND BOILED DINKEB A NEW CABBAGE, Pound 00 LEMONS, ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT The finest of • this season's --crop.-. Asoorteil «lze» nt prices thnt are bound to please. i NOW IS THE TIME*— To can-Plnma.and' Blnir Cherries. The season Id.short. Get your» now. while-we* hav«>-nmple> snppllfcfl.. RED BEAUTY PLUMS Red ' meat'. table 1 and' canning- plums. The limited' supply suggests the advisability of making plum jelly and preserves at. once. Original Basket .990 GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS, Pound! ..>... CANNED FOODS Packed Tinder well known, "Dependable" Brands. Can be bad for the same number of Ration Points as foods of unknown quality. SDPEHB- Grapefruit If o. i Can.. SUPEHB AAw PEARS zsn™........ 290: SUPERB . <4 A^ PEICHES?:.' : 180 140 StfPEEB • .... • TOmatMS ?!an *..;... 8T5TERB ' 4 M . 140 COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS Port: Loin- ROASTS and CHOPS Pound ,. 2Tff DILL PICKLES,, 3 for ............. lOc BIG SLICING BOLOGNA, Found . .28c WIENERS, Pound'. .29c OLD FASHION MEAT LOAF, Lb. 33c SUMMER SAUSAGE, Pound ......37c SLICED BACON, Pound 43c POTATO SALAD Per Pound 15c PICKLED PIGS FEET •\A Ounce «>7 14 Jar. FANCY HAMS Skinned, Smoked and Tendered Whole or Half PEE POUND 34c PRUNES These- medium size Sweet Prunes will' have a- High Point, Value: next: fall; Better pack, an- original box in glass jars NOW when prunes are: not. rationed. .Pound', llc r I 25. lb,. box. ... S2.50 «M«>«2 PfMRKEFLOUP MEAT PANCAKES Robb-Ross Flour . 2 cups chopped, Leftover gravy (or cooked leftover syrup) i meat Mix pancake flour as directed on bag and add finely chopped cooked meat. Cook on greased , grill or skillet. Serve hot with gravy (or syrup if preferred.), ROBE-BOSS WAFFLE and PANCAKE FLOUR 220 WON.UP GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, No. 2 Can . J3c CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP. 2 Cans 19c SALAD BOWL SALAD DRESSING, Pint Jar ................ , ..... 2k GEDNEY'S DIU. PICKLES Large itl Count GALLON JAB 990 LITTLE MAJOR SOY FLOUR Directions in Package. ; 180 POUND BOX .. Macaront and Spaghetti, 2-Pound Wig Bag I6c WHftlE ORJ.IN WHITE RICE, Pttmd, . . . .. .. , .., . IQc WHEAT FUKES, ' DWARFIES POPPED BICE, gAQ TOASTIES, I l-0un«0 Package. ...... ...... 80 TAG-CUT "Pine Blend" Prlp or reg- utar f rind, Direct from our rp^stere ft;. 30c GERBER'S Baby Food SI.W $m CORTL Nancy Am "Cnw/i«f BREAD 24 g.. 1U ?4

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