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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 15, 1943
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The Alfoim Upper Des Molnes, Algona, Iowa, July 15, 1*43 FORMER RESIDENT OF IRVINGTON, 89, HAS BIRTHDAY Irvington—Mrs. Amelia Bush McCellan, of Vancouver, Wash., celebrated her B9th birthday on July 14, having been born in IBS'*. Mrs. McCellan is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bush, pioneer residents of old Irvington. For many years they owned the farm now operated by the Muehes. For one of such advanced age Mrs. McCellan is in quite good health and assists with all the household duties. Her only living son, Albert, resides with his' mother. Many years ago the family moved west and engaged in prune raising which pursuit they are still following. One daughter, Mrs. Sadie Clark still survives the other three McCellnn boys having passed away some years ago. Oscar Riddle left on Monday for Kenosha, Wisconsin, where he will be employed in a defense plant. The ladies of the Cresco Embroidery Club met at the Call State Park at Algona on Wednesday afternoon for their annual club picnic. Hugh Raney has been at Moorhead, Minn., called there by the death of Walter Davis, Mrs. Davis is better known here as the former Mattie Raney. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips motored to Spencer on Monday to attend the funeral of Mr. A. P. Nelson who succumbed to a r cent heart attack. Mr. Nelson was the father of Mrs. Clarence Phillips, daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney have received another letter from Automobiles Insured Over 1300 In This Locality! Better Rates Better Service 80% Collision L. S. Bohannon Over S&L Store their son, Howard, stationed some place in the southwest Pacific, it is not known whether he has been engaged in active battle or not. He stated he was well and things were going about as usual. A Fourth of July picnic dinner was served on the lawn at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Scuffham. Guests included were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch, of Livermore; Mr. and Mrs. John Falk, of Titonka; Mrs. Ann Fechner and Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hopkins. Miss Betty Dye, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dye of Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, is visiting with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lage. The Dyes, who were formerly of Mason City, are located temporarily at the fort where Mr. Dye is a chemist with the armed forces. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips lave received a letter from their son, Clifton, who was then in Mew York City. He mentioned ;hat further mail should be sent o him in care of the New Ytirk postmaster. This would indicate .hat he was leaving soon for jverseas duty. Prior to this he vas stationed at Tucson, Arizona. Harvesting of some of the early arieties of oats has already begun with prospects looking good or heavy yields. Haying in most ections has been completed, ome farmers were forced to use Jailers owing to a deficiency of lelp. Much of the corn is fro:n waist to shoulder high, the hot, dry weather of last week having been ideal for corn growth. PHILIP EICHEN, ST. BENEDICT, FRACTURES ARM St. Benedict—Philip Eichen, in some manner fell while putting hay in the barn and fractured his upper arm near the shoulder last week. The Eichen family received word Marvin that Guinea. He from their he was in son New embarked for foreign soil the first part of May. GRAND.IENET FAMILY HOLDS REUNION HERE SUNDAY The entire Grandjenet family met with their parents here Sunday and enjoyed a picnic dinner on the lawn. Attending were Messrs, and Mesdames Frank Winner and family of Rockford; Leonard Henderson, of Minneapolis; Joe Grandjenet and children of Corwith; Henry Grand- jenet and and children of Bancroft; John Grandjenet, Jr., and children, of Algona; Dale Widen Grandjenet and family and Herb Hospital News General Hospital July 8—Dean Sjogren, Algona, surgical; Donald Beck, Swea City, surgical. July 13—Carol Jean Myers, Corwith, surgical; Emma Myron, Fort Dodge, medical. Kossnth Hospital July 8—August Emanuel, St. Benedict, medical; Mrs. Harold Myer. LuVerne, girl; Wayne and Marvin Giddings, Algona, tonsil- ectomy. July 10—Harry and Freddie Joe Troutman, Algona, tonsilectomy. July 11—Mrs. George Wildm, Algona, medical. July 12—Mrs. M. J. Shroeder, Algona, boy; Mrs. W. L. Mitchell, Algona, boy: Mrs. Arlen Kohhvos. Algona, girl; Mrs. Bill West, Lu- Verne, girl. July 13—Mrs. Eugene Thul, Algona, girl; Lois Ruth Schram, Titonka, surgical. July 14—Janet Ackerman, Burt, tonsilectomy. Mary Alice Fox, Shirley Kennedy, Dolores Lattimer, Malvern Nemmers, Marilyn Wilhelmi Mary Ann Menke and Clara Deitering and Mrs. S. L. Robinson returned home Sunday from Lake Okoboji where they had spent week. THURSDAY, JULY 15th .LEND A DOLLAR JO MAKE THE AXIS HOLLER! ; Bti/, oiiixfro, flbl- ;He| P .l30,OOO.bQQ arrier SBan a rl-La! CLARK GABLE in "WINGS"—War Short Subject FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JULY 16 and 17 MAKE A DATE WITH YOUR FAMILY—IT'S GRAND FUN! and baby, of Corwith; Tony Arndorfer, of here. Corporal Eddy and Private Albert Grand- jenet were home on a furlough last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Don McCarthy and children were Bancroft visitors last Sunday. Diana Rahm had the misfortune to fracture her right arm by falling off of the Shetland pony last week Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Arndorfer returned Saturday after visiting a week at Ackley and Waterloo with their daughter, Helen, and son, Julian. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Becker and family of Wesley were Sunday visitors at the Ben Kunkel home. They formerly v/ere neighbors of the Kunkels. Sister De Sales and Sister Babtiste were Sunday visitors at the John Arndorfers at Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer accompanying them there. Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer received word from her cousin in Aurora, S. D., that her cousin, Rex Huscli- ka, was killed in action in the Aleutian islands recently. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dorr, son Larry and daughter" Marilyn, of Belmond; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ludwig and Joan, of Corwith, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Dunlap and two nephews, Donald and Paul Steb- ritz, of Algona, were Sunday af- ternono visitors at the en Dorr home. Mrs. John Witte, Des Moines, formerly of here, came Saturday night to spent Sunday with the Hirner family and called on all her former friends and neighbors, returning Sunday evening with her son-in-law and wife, Mr. anc Mrs. Ed Pfeffer, who visited with Mr. Pfeffer's parents at Corwith IETY Monthly To\ynsend Meeting:— I Surprise Party— Council members and friends of Algona Townsend Club No. 1 met with Mrs. A. M. Anderson Monday evening, July 12, for their monthly business meeting. Double Victory Seals, postal songs, and iterature were given each mem- )er in attendance. It was arinoun- :ed that the names of Mrs. Mary Heard and Mrs. A. M. Anderson ivere on the Honor Roll of Town- lend National Weekly as Liberty Bell Ringers. A special bulletin was read announcing that a seven- man committee has been appointed in the Ways and Means committee to hold hearings on all ocial legislation. The Townsend Bill H R 1649 is one of the bills. Announcement was made of a th district picnic to be held at 'ort Dodge on Sunday, July 18 n the park. Each family is to ring a covered dish arid sand- viches. John H. Miller, state manger, will be the guest speaker. elebrates First Birthday— Richard Barry, son of Mr. and /Irs. William Barry, Jr., celebrated his first birthday on July 8th. He received many lovely gifts. Those attending his party were: Mrs. Barry, Sr., Mrs. Gene Hood, Mrs. Jerome Voit and son Stephen, Mrs. Bob Richardson and children, Bobby and Donna Kay, Mrs Don Akre 'and daughter Donna Jean, Mrs. Ken Cowan and daughter Patty Lynn, Mrs. Don Bush and son Tommy, and Mrs. Joe Elbert and daughter Julie Ann. The out-of-town guests were: Con and Faber Hood, Graettinger; Mrs Joe Lahifs and daughter, Mai'y Jo. and Mrs. James Lahifs of Claire; Mrs. Clyde Connor of Des Moincs. Surprise Birthday Party— A surprise birthday party • was given Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. George Willey at the home of Mrs. Gusty Muckey. Mrs. Gusty Muckey and Mrs. Chester Willey were the hostesses. There were four tables of women to play '500". Mrs. Earl Bowman received the high score of the afternoon; Mrs. Martha Geilenfeldt, low; Mrs. Clark God'den, lucky chair; and Miss Josephine Dittmer, door prize. Mrs. Willey re- Rose Scanlan, Rose Larrtpe and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas entertained a group of friends at a sufprise party Monday evening for Mrs. Karl Hoffman. After a chicken dinner at Selzers the group played Tripoli at the Hoffman home. Others who enjoyed the courtesy were Mrs. Frank Kohlhaas, Mrs. George Smith, Mrs. T, H. Chris- chilles and Mrs. Jerome Voit. Picnic for New York Guests— The Julius Baas and R. S. Blossom families of Algona and t,h« Tom Ketelson and Clem Hogan families of West Bend held a rjic- nic Sunday at the Call State Park. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Blossom nf Niagara Falls, N. Y., were guests. Ella Harr Shower— A shower was given for Ella Harr Wednesday 'evening at the apartment of Marita Besteniehncr. Ella will be married to Dr. T. D. Rossing of Bode Friday afternoon at 2:30 in the Presbyterian church. Honorec Dinner— A group of the business girl dined at Selzar's Lunch Room o: Tuesday evening in honor of Mr Robert Sampson and Mrs. Irvir Behrends, who are leaving Sat urday for Battle Creek, Mich. TITONKANEWS The Room Activity — Sewing Room has beer "buzzing" with activity since the the women have begun makin? their quota of one hundred robe: for the hospitals of convalescen service men. U. S. W. to Meet— The U. S. W. will meet Monday July 19, at 8 o'clock, at the library. Mrs. E. K. Nelson will give a musical reading, and Mrs. D. D Paxson will give a book review. Idle Hour Club— Mrs. F. A. Corey entertained the members of the Idle Hour bridge club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Circle "C" Tea- Mrs. Hugh Colwell entertained ceived a lovely birthday gift from the Circle "C" of the Presbyterian the guests. I church Wednesday afternoon. WESLEY NEWS A/RKAIP "PRELUDE TO WAR" FUN FOR THE FAMILY SATURDAY SUNDAY AND MONDAY, JULY 18 and 19 A THRILLING EMOTIONAL The Book of the Month Club Choice! FRANK MORGAN CRAIG . Marshal HUNT nJOHNSON M-G-M Plctw* Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson anci Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Christensen drove to Ringsted Sunday, where they attended the installation of i new Lutheran minister. The Wesley baseball team really nlayed a game Sunday at Lone Rock, when they trounced that learn by a score of 21 to 0. Harry Hill did the twirling and Joe Johnson and Tom Long caught. Sunday dinner guests at tho 5 corge Cink home were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cink and family and Mr. ind Mrs. Joe Cink. Donna Cink, who had spent a week with her ;randparcnts, returned home with ler parents. Pvt. Paul Loren/. sfient from Sunday night till it his parental Monday night Julius Lurenz lome. He has been at Camp Oodge since his induction three weeks ago, but expected to be ent out this week. Mrs. U. Marco returned home over the week-end from a visit with her parents at Sibley. Gary Marco is spending the summer vacation with his grandparents here. Mr. Marco went to Sibey to get his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Siieets and two children returned to Omaha Sunday following a week's visit at her parental Mrs. Albert Reno home. Jimmy Sheets remained here, but expected the University hospital to call for him Monday and take him to Iowa City for a check-up. G. R. Ford of Tonica, 111., spent several clays here last week looking after his land interests. He owns the farm where the Herman Bode family lived before moving to Mason City lately. The John Wards moved to the farm and are looking after Mr. Bode's crops and livestock. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Silbaugh, Bobbie and Carmen, spent from Saturday night till Sunday night at Scranton, where they visited the Dale Silbaughs and other relatives. Bobby stayed there to assist his paternal grandparents with the farm work. Mona Silbaugh is also working near Scranton. Sam Haag and Chandler Ward went to Kansas City, Mo., Saturday to visit the Art Nuehrings and Don Ward. They returned the first of the week, accompanied by Mis. George Ward and her daughter, Mrs. Sam Haag and two children, Monte and Robert, of Algona, who had spent a week with Mrs. Ward's daughter, Mrs. Nuehring, and her husband. LUVERNE NEWS spend the summer in the mid- west. This week she is visiting Mrs. Paulson's parents and her brothers, Carl and Walter, in the Twin Cities. The LuVerne Boosters 4-H Club sponsored a drive for waste fats in the town of LuVerne last Thursday and collected some 75 pounds for their effort. The girls held their regular meeting with Lorraine Eustace as hostess Tuesday afternoon. • Virginia Patterson was nine years old last week Thursday so her mother, Mrs. Milo Patterson, entertained a number of little girls at a birthday party that afternoon. A birthday cake, which is more of a treat these days of sugar rationing, was a feature of the lunch. George Studer, now in North Africa, mailed a package to his ;ister, Bernita, containing a pair of African slippers, a bracelet and a knife. The slippers are made a lot like some of the sport slippers here, a thick wooden sole with a couple of strips of leather over it, and blue velvet strips across the toes and around the heel. Craig Arthur Goehring, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Adrion Goehring, Jr., has been taken to the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge for medical treatment. Mrs. Goehring, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller, Donna Miller and their guests, Mrs. Donald Way, Eagle Grove and Mrs. T. T. Thompson, Renwick, went to Fort Dodge Sunday to see the baby. The Brink-Potter family reunion was held Sunday at Smith Park near Renwick with Mr. and Mrs. John Brink, Mrs. Josephine Brink, Mrs. W. F. Godfrey and daughters, Ruby and Florence, attending from LuVerne. After the customary picnic dinner a business meteing was held and Mi's. W. F. Godfrey, LuVerne, was elected president and Mrs. Percy Brink, Titonka, secretary-treas- LEDYARD NEWS Rev. and Mrs. Fred Darnauer SEXTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Walter Frambach are the parents of a daughter born Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders spent Sunday at the Lou Bolenius home. They visited with Pvt. Robert Bolenius of Camp Barkley, Texas. Miss Charlotte Ann Wise spent the week-end with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Voss, Sr., at LuVerne. On Sunday they went to visit Mr. and Mrs. Wayland Frederick of Arlington, Iowa. Mrs. Frederick was formerly Dolores Voss. Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Riggs were pleasantly surprised early Sunday morning when foot steps were icard coming up the stairway. Rev. Riggs, still in bed, soon saw lis son, Cpl. Medical Unit, Francis Detroit, Riggs, Mich., DeRae Godfrye has been chosen from the barbers at Camp Pendleton, Calif., tp be the officers' special barber and has been assigned to a one chair shop at the camp. The Godfreys went to California this spring to live. John Croker returned to his home in East Chicago, Ind., after spending the past three weeks with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Hagist. He is making plans to enlist in the navy when he gets back to Chicago. Mrs. James Paulson, the former Wilma Merkle, arrived last week from Carmel, Calif., and plans to the door way. Miss Emile Brenon of Chicago, 111., accompanied him for a visit at the Riggs home. Miss Maxine Sailer left Saturday evening for a visit with her friend, June Noble, who was in the army air corps at Sheffield Field, Texas. However, June arrived here Monday morning as he received an honorable discharge from army service. Neither one knew about the other's plans. A picnic dinner was held at the Harvey Steven home on Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and children of Mapleton, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Philr lips and daughters, Doris and Florence, of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steven, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise and daughters, Gloria Jeanne and Ruth, Mrs. Drusilla Noble and Mrs. Sarah Wjse/pf Sexton. of Lakota called at the Lou Nit? home Friday evening. Mrs. Margaret Thompson of Minneapolis is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Welch. Mrs. La<vrence Pingel and Bob and Mrs. N. A. Pingel were 'shoppers at Blue Earth on Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Leo Anderson and Donna were Sunday visitors at the W. J. Peterson home at Jackson, Minn. The Youth Fellowship social meeting will be held at the church on Monday, July 19, and the Misses Agnes and Dolores Junkermeier and Bud will entertain. Mrs. Martin Kallestad and daughter, Maxine, Mrs. Leo Malond of Frost and Mrs. Martin Halvorson of Dultah were dinner guests Monday at the Ed T. Halverson home. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Nitz, Joyce Nitz, Janet Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klocke and family attended the Lutheran congregation picnic Sunday at Lakota at the Mike Christ home. Miss Alvera Halvorson arrived home Monday after a visit with tier brother, Hilmer, in Los Angeles, Calif. She and a party of friends returned home by the way of Teton National Park and. Yellowstone National Park. The Methodist W. S. C. S. which was planned for Thursday in the church basement, has been postponed until the first Thursday in August. In its place a special business meeting for members will be held Thursday at 2:30 p.m. at the D. B. Mayer home. The Ernest Jorgenson family of Elmore, formerly of Ledyard, had their house destroyed by fire recently, caused by the explosion of a kerosene stove. The many friends of the family regret the loss to the family very much. Insurance was carried on the furniture and the folks at Elmore and the surrounding territory brought clothing, bedding, dishes and raised a large purse showing the esteem in which the family is held. No other buildings were lost. The landlord will build a new house as soon as arrangements can be made. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Tabor of Humboldt spent a few days at the Art Tabor home. Mashes for Economy ATTENTION—Mr. and Mrs. Poultry Raiser: BUY Big Gain Quality Poultry Mashes, ready to feed nothing to add. Ten sources of valuable proteins. An abundance of vitamins from many potent sources, including Vitamin A & D Oil, Fish Liver Meal and Yeast. Meets poultry mineral requirements. SAVE LABOR when you have so much summer work to do and help is so scarce. USE YOUR TIME in the all- importarit war program for crops and livestock production. SAVE MONEY and be sure of fresh ingredients, scientific blending in your poultry mashes. Big Gain Chick Starter Big Gain Developing Mash Big Gain Laying: Mash Big Gain Fattening Ration See your Big Gain Products dealer for the poultry mash you heed, today. Whittemore produce, Whittemore K $ i* QW Company. AJf«B% I, F., latent, Wesley jtar, and Mrs. Herb Nelson and family and Mr t and Mrs. James McColley and sons visited Mrs. Mary Michaelson at the Mercy hospital at Mason City Sunday afternoon. Lieut, and Mrs. Russell French spent Friday and Saturday at the H. A. French home. Lieut. French, who has been on a IS-day sick leave, left Sunday for Camp Gruver, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Michaelson and Gary were Mason City business callers Monday. While they were in Mason City they called on Mrs. Mary Michaelson at the Mercy hospital. ' Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyers and children, George Meyers, Free Roberts, Illinois, who has beei visiting at the Chris Meyer home were Sunday supper guests o Mrs. A. Peters, Blue Earth.' Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Schutjer, Mr iind Mrs. Clifford Krantz, Mr. am VIrs. Kenneth Swan and Mr. ant Vtrs. Wilbur Schram surprisec Harold Gartner Sunday evening n honor of his birthday, whicl' was Friday. Harvey Tuttle, Earl Rasdal Dpal Nelihaus, all of Albert Lea /em Rasdal, Evelyn Beenken. Fohn Aukes, Eugene and Robeit landl and Leonard Stenzel were Sunday dinner guests at the Lawrence Doege home. Marjorie Meyer spent the weekend with Joyce Sterling at Algona. On Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterling brought Marjone home and enjoyed a picnic supper at the Ben U. Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sleper were also guests. Mrs. Carl F. Callies, Shirley, Sharon, and Patsy Stockwell were in Burt Thursday on business. Mrs. Robert Callies and Priscilla Stockwell, who have been spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Carter and family, returned with them. Callers at the A. L. Honken lome Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Honken, Gary, ind Mr. and Mrs. Ray Honken ind Robert, Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peterson and family*. W0deTl,:aftd Mrs. flfllph Honken, Lake Mills, Ernestine Adamsbh, Mr. and Mta. Wayne Millet and Rosslyh, D6«na Kfoftilriga, -Mr. and Mrs, Hafbld Milled dtid Sette Ann xveie Sunday dinner guests at the Ray Miller hdme at Buffalo Center. Donna Kromlnga remained to spend a few days with them. Sunday picnic dinner guests at the Harold Gartner home were Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Jones and Gor- : W. GU?{,Mf. . A. 'StWt&AbW? fthd Johrt L&ng- wortftf of, Burt; Mf, and Mfs. Roy Budlolfifc:. Atice ,ahd Donald,, and MrT Srid 'M?s. tieihald Buffington and Kathleetii. , _ , Mrs. Henry Wiley, SWea City, and Wilfred Wiley of the navy spent the first of the Week visiting' their daughter and sister, Mrs. Harold Wilhelmi and family. Patricia Pats The Patricia Pats are coming to town — 120 pairs of them. That is all we could get and I «had to do some real coaxing to get that many. That will be a pair each for 120 customers. We have 300 solid Patricia Pat customers. Some of them were supplied s from the first order of 180 pairs, so I hope we have enough to go around. I also hope this time they come as good as usual. On this point I am like the Irishman when asked how his load of hogs weighed out, answered "they did not weigh as much as I thought they would and I knew they wouldn't." Patricia Pat is one of the good lines of ladies shoes made in the United States. It is recognized . for quality, fit, style and comfort. I have lots of confidence in this line of shoes and the .factory promises me shoes as good as can be produced. However, I am .a little leary about all lines produced for civilian trade this fall. Jimmie Neville SWIFT'S SILVERLEAF BRAND PURE LARD Is Your Food Dollar Buying FRILLS or GROCERIES Your food dollar has a doubly Important job to do these wartime days. It should buy good wholesome food . . . and as much food as possible! That's why A&P Self-Service Food Store, famous for value for more than 83 years, arc the favorite grocery stores of thousands! Here's why your food dollar brings yon big value at A&P: \V,e do away with needless and costly ways of store keeping. Result? MORE of your dollar goes for food . . . and LESS for the cost of bringing it to you. Spend your food dollars carefully, wisely . . . shop at your neighborhood A&P! UNRATIONED VALUES 1 CUDAHY 4 red pts. per lb. =j l Lb.Pkg.lO 6 I [>ts. ea< 33° for Your SUMMER SHOPPING 5 red pts. each', IZ oz. BROADCAST .POTTED MEAT 1 ARMOUR'S STAR | VIENNA SAUSAGE § A&P FANCY SOCKEYE 1 SALMON Knt Is lituif Us laporlini dally fuel! rocosniiiultd l r > Uii i»eiDiBut's fittna lor bitlir mlloul EutrlUn can 3 red pts. each 5Vz oz. can 2 red pts. each 4 oz. can 6 red pts. each 7.% oz. can "s Cert.,, Semi-Boneless 9 07. .iaifwilj,r6d'pt. each PIGS FEET ..17c Key to Vitamins: + Good Source + + Excellent Source Holsum i Brand PEANUT CRUNCH Old Country • HARDTACK * Burry's CRAX Gold Medal Enriched FLOUR Sunnyficld Enriched FLOUR Sunnyfield Reg. or QUICK OATS Quick or'Regular QUAKER OATS M.C.P. Prep. PECTIN Shredded Cereal RALSTON Hunt Club Daily DOG FOOD Scott Paper TOWELS White Shoe Polish SPICK White Sail LIJUID BLUING 16 oz. 2 14 oz. pkgs. 12 oz. pkg. 24J4 lb. bag I5c 1.32 ll/ - lb -1 m bag I iUI 5 lb. OK* pkg. ZOC 3 lb. 09i» P kg. 44C 3 oz. I *)_ pkg. IZC 12 oz. I* nke. l*w 23c I9c I2c Pkg. rolls 5 oz. hat. 12 oz, C_ bot. DC LIFEBUOY Health Soap , 3 91c cakes A I OXYDOL No scrubbing, no boiling 24 oz. 23° SUPER SUDS in the Blue Box 23' 24 oz. pkg. CRISCO 15 red pts. per Ib. 3 Ib. 69' SPRY 5 red pts. per lb. lib. ctn. 24° EASTERN COBBLER POTATOES Vitamins B1+, C+ -.5 IBs. 22c CALIFORNIA - Size 300 LEMONS ....: Vitamins C+.+. Doz. 36c HEAD - Size 60 LETTUCE Vitamins A+, B1+, C+-I-, G'+ Each 11C Vitamins C-r WATERMELONS Each 89c Baked Goods for Menu Interest! SLICED ENRICHED MARVEL BREAD **£ ">• JANE PARKER SPANISH BAR 16s £ise Thin Sliced Marvel Sandwich full I'/- Ib. LOAF loaf Jane Parker Butterscotch PEANUT 14 oz. ROLLS Pkg. of 8 15' lie Jane Parker Comb. Pack 6 Sug. - 6 Plain doz. |/| _ DONUTS ctn. 11C Nut Raisin BREAD ctn. 1 lb. loaf "I WORK FOB UNCLE SAM, TOO!" The dairy farmer's on the front line? And where would h f £ e ",» TTi? (or me? Vm »l ed *ed to furnish some of the "Basic 7 Foods" in the most tasty and digestible forms. I'm not in uniform—but I'm helping keep you nc&lttiy! i Pasteurized FRESH MILK Ot Bot Have You Tried A&P COFFEES Iced? EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE 4lc RED CIRCLE COFFEE 2 bags' 47 C BOKAR COFFEE 2S5lc 8 red pts, lb. Iow» State Brand AT* White House CREAM'Y BUTTER Lb, 116 EVAP. MILK Delicious Creamed COTTAGE CHEESE Lb. lie American 1 red Pt, each 3 ta " 2fic W cans <HPV 8 red pts, Ih, Yellow Cured CHEESE 8 red Pts. lb. CHEDDAR Cheese 38e Lb. Lb. FRESH EGGS Mo *9py*F'' New 1943 Pack Glenn Valley GREEN PEAS 18 bl. pts. ca. N«w 1943 Pack Jl bl.: llC GREEN Cut Beans pan can I3c GARDENERS! If you need boxes, baskets, etc., see Mr. Swanson. your A&P Store manager. 5 red Pure Hydrofenated . Siwrtenin* I DEXO ea. =,'.": 2Ze HAS I HE VALUES!

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