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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 26, 1943
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Jfljej^ Four Cornets News Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith called at the Floyd Duncans, Burt, Sunday. Mrs. Duncan is Ray's Sister. Deanne Eisenbarth spent from Thursday until Sunday of last •week with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Shaw, near Whittemore. hex Swanson left Friday morning for Des Moines for induction into the army. Mrs. Swanson, the former Edith Sabin, will live with her parents during her husband's absence. Mrs. Whiter Barringer, Elgin 111., came for a visit with local relatives. She came to the George Lee home Thursday evening. She is a sister of Mrs. Lee and Mrs. John Rich. Mrs. George Lee accompanied Harvey Broadwell to the Harry Vigdal home five miles north of ARCHIE—is U. S. war slang borrowed from the British in world war one to designate artillery shell overhead. Salt your excess money away in war bonds now and back the invasion with an extra $100.00 war bond in the 3rd war loan. 34 Armstrong, Thursday evening arid brought home Shirley and Dar* lene Lee, daughters of Mr. an Mrs. Roy Lee. The girls who ar half-sisters of Mrs. Vigdal, visite there since Monday of the pre vious week. Mrs. George Saul, Jamespor Missouri, arrived at the Chri Jensen home for a visit. She wa accompanied to Algon'a by a sis ter, Mrs. John Anderson, o Fowler, Colorado, who stopped a Wesley to visit her daughter, Mrs Julius Kunz. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sloter an Sonny, arrived at the Everet Withams Thursday night for visit with Mrs. Sloters parents the Withams and the two Slole daughters, who are staying in Al gona with their great-grnndmoth er, Mrs. Austin Witham. They have to be back to work Monday morning. Both work in a defense plant in Illinois. Mrs. Annie Ambrose, grandson Roland Copic and great-grandsoi Kenneth Harrid of Des Moines spent from Thursday until Sun day with the Roy ,Smiths. Mrs Ambrose took care of Mrs. Smitl when Walter, the youngest Smith son, was born. Friday. night tin Smiths and their guests took pic nic supper to the Mrs. Arne Fed ersen home in Algona. ORDER THEM NOW BOILPROOF NAME TAPES Chrischilles Store For school, for army and navy men and women, for the home —for all 'round service lo prevent losses and mix-ups- use ihese woven name-tapes. Sturdy, laboratory tested, boil- proof—these fine iapes will protect you—and identify you. Quick service—but order now at these reasonable prices. All colors. Five styles above. 3 doz., $1.00; 6 doz., $1.25; 9 doz., $1.50; and 12 doz., $1.75. Order today. Rooms and Apartments Wanted To assist the officials in charge of the war prison camp the Algona Chamber of Commerce would appreciate those having rooms and apartments for rent to turn them in to their office immediately. We still retain the rooms turned in for the corn detasselers and would also like to know if these rdoms are still available for civilian workers for the construction of the prison camp. Phone No. 1 Algona Chamber of Commerce FEET Feet are the most important part of the body. A person can not do a full day's work with tired, aching ieet. Proper shoe fitting is the most important part of the shoe business. Sixty years ago we sold shoes short and wide. This caused bunions. Today there is a tendency to fit shoes too long and too narrow. This causes sloppy-heelitis. It also gives the wearer that tired, worn out feeling. Instead of walking naturally as the foot is constructed, they have to use extra energy to push themselves along. It changes the natural motion of the body. Many a woman is wearing a size 9 AAA that would walk much easier and have a better posture In a size 7 J /fe B. Disturbing the bones of the feet is what causes pain. Patricia Pat shoes are made so as to fit every line of the foot. You get a perfect balance and eaual- ization of weight. With Patricia Pat pumps and ties you can forget foot trouble. For every day wear we have the "Silver Sewed" oxfords. They are sure the most comfortable shoes in the world. They are a blessing to women that are on their feet all day. JIMMIE NEVILLE THE SHOE MAN LOCAL NEWS Mr. and Mjrs. Glen Rancy am daughter, Meredith, spent th week end in Des Moines anc Ames visiting friends. Ben Hillsteadt of Boone was in Algona Wednesday on busines and visiting with friends. H formerly managed the Cumming store here. Mrs. E. W. Colt and son, Jack returned Monday to their home ii Chicago, after a week's visit wit! the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs C. A. Momyerj and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Foster arc the proud parents of a daughter born Sunday, August 22, at the Mercy Hospital in Mason City The little girl weighed fou pounds and nine ounces. The Rev. and Mrs. Eugene Nel son and son, accompanied by Jo anne Wolcott and O. Niel Martin son, will attend the district con vention of the Luther League o Gowrie on Friday and Saturday Mary Ellen Halpin, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Tom Halpin, and Mrs. Foote, daughter of the 'lati Mrs. Frank Schultz, have gone to Florida, where Mary Ellen wil visit her sister, Mrs. Warren Lasser. Word has been received by Mr and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas that their son, Robert F. Kohlhaas, has beei stationed at Ottumwa, Iowa, after being called by the navy to Minneapolis last week. Bob is in the navy under the V-5. Mrs. James Griffith of DCS Moines visited here last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M J. McCall. She was accompanied by lola Lehman, also of Des Moines, who visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lehman. Miss Lilian E. Spalla-Hora of New York City is here visiting her sister, Mrs. E. H. Pittman, and mother, Mrs. J. J. Spalla-Hora, of Britt. She will return Sunday to New York where she will teach English at one of the colleges. Mrs. Carl Spies is a new clerk at the Christensen istore, succeeding Mrs. C. K. Bennet. Mrs. Spies is the former Kathryn Misbach. Joe Anderson has been having: a seige with neuritis the past month. He has lost considerable weight, but believes he is on the upgrade now as he is feeling some better. BANCROFT NEWS Mrs. 1 Lola Vogt of St. Paul, VTinn., is visiting her aunt Mrs. ''rank Lupin. A son Richard Edward was )orn to Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse .ensing, Thursday. Pfc. John Simmons of Colorado prings, Colo., is here for a visit vith his wife and son. Mrs. Francis Brennan and Mrs. Vlary Hanson of Manning spent he weekend at the J. N. Merrill home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Godfredson ire the parents of a son, born Tuesday morning at the Stauder lome. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Seeney were Sunday evening supper guests at he Art Brossird home in Man- -cato, Minn. S/Sgt. Anthony Stork of Fort Sill Oklahoma is spending his fur- ough here with his parents Mr. ind Mrs. Anton Stork. Miss Agnes Droessler returned lome Saturday from Tacoma, Washington, where she had been attending summer school. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lampe are :he parents of a daughter, born Saturday. This makes two daugh- ,ers for Mr. and Mrs. Lampe. Misses Helen and Dorothy Droessler left Sunday evening for 3 ittsburg, Penn., for a visit with .heir brothers Pvt. John Droesser. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ditworth went to Fort Dodge Sunday and wrought back Charlotte, who had seen spending the week there. Dickie Ditsworth returned with .hem for a visit here. LEDYARD NEWS Mrs. Howard Jensen and Mis. Harold Herzog were Elmore callers Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jensen and family spent the week end at Jude, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Nitz and Barbara visited at the Lou home Sunday evening. Mrs. George Carr and children of Estherville were Sunday dinner guests at the Christ Gilhaus home. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Becker and lamily of Titonka visited at the "-,011 Nitz home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nitz and" ;on Virgil visited Sunday at the lome of the Leonard Klockes at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Ringel vis- ted Friday afternon at the later's mother, Mrs. Maynard Looft, t Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingel at- tended the funeral of Mr. Plngel's cousin, Mrs. Charles Lewis, at Lakota, on Monday. the Misses Arlene and Elaine Brand visited Friday afternoon at the home of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brand. Word was received by Rev. and Mrs. E. P. Nuss that their son, Willard, was transferred from Farragut, Idaho, to Norfolk, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Wrn. • Green and Esther, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Green and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trenary, of Titonka, were Sunday dinner guests at the Aubrey Wat- erhous home. Private Harold Warner of a camp in North Carolina, came home Friday to spend his furlough with his parents, the Asa Warners. Mrs. Orville Anderson of Des Moines and Mrs. Margaret Loott of Swea City were dinner guests Wednesday at the Albert Looft home. Mrs. August Knoner returned Sunday after spending several weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lydia Brandt, at Hubbard. Mrs. Albert Brandt accompanied Rev. and Mrs. Edw. Nuss to Mankato Tuesday where they vis 1 - ited Mrs. Brand's mother, Mrs. Josephine Weise. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gray and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gray, Alvln Gray, Irene Rippentrop, of Titonka, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Albert Barnes home. Mrs. Cecil Spatcher and son and Geraldine Monthei went lo Mason City last Thursday to meet Mrs. Spatcher's husband, Corp. Cecil Spatcher. He spent his two days pass with his wife and son at the Warren Lloyd home. The following out of town guests were present at the Mission Festival of the Evangelical and Reformed church Sunday: Rev. and Mrs. Calvin Grosshuecic, of Klemme; Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Grosshueck, of Sheboygan, Wis.; Rev. and Mrs. Karl Meckel of Elmore, Minn.; Rev. and Mrs. H. Senne, of Buffalo Center; Rev. F. Snuttzer, of Titonka and Rev. H. Kuezena of Woden. relcher attended thi graduation exercises for Lorraine Peterson at Cedar Falls, Thursday. Mrs Oesterrelchef visited Mrs. Arthur Hansen, New Hartford. A. Peters and Andrew, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Birdsell, and Mr and Mrs. Chris Meyers and family wer*e Sunday dinner guests al the home of Mrs. A. Peters, Blue Earth, in honor of Sgt. Carl Ahrends, who was home on furlough from Oklahoma. Dr. and Mrs. H. I. Torgerson returned Sunday, following a week's visit with the Ralph Torgerson's at Des Moines, and the John Torgerson's at deaf Lake. Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ball attended graduation exercises for Patricia ball at Iowa State College, Ames Saturday. Patricia received a B S. degree. UNION NEWS TITONKA NEWS Lydia Dreesman, who -has been attending Iowa State College at Ames, returned to the home of ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreesman, Saturday even- g- Otis Budlong and Mary, and Miss Edith Lattimer, Cedar Falls, were Sunday callers at the Roy Budlong home. Mr. and Mrs. Har- Gartner and Sandra were Sun- lay supper guests. Mrs. Raymond Krominga was a Sunday dinner guest at the home )f her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Korte, Crystal Lake. Lillian <orte returned with her for supper at the Reinder Krominga lome. Sunday afternoon callers at the ohn K. Rippentrop, Sr., home vere Mr. and Mrs. Garret Wel- lousen, Mr. and Mrs. John Joeckleman, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ubben, and George Rippentrop nd family. Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson, linnie Kennedy, and Ray Oester- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tjaden, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Tjaden attended the funeral of Henry's brother Will Tjaden, at Titonka Sunday. Leonard Schipul, son of August Schipul, has been promoted to Fireman 2nd class. He is now on a mine laying ship operating off the east coast. Howard Sarchet, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sarchet, who enlisted in the army this summer, has now entered school at Brooklyn, N. Y. where he is taking basic engineering. Alfred Schenck had an operation on one of his eyes for the removal of a cataract ajt Mason City last week. His sister, Maud, who is a guest at the Schenck home, accompanied him. Threshing is drawing to a close with the exception of flax. Fred Will and O. A. Campney are raising wheat this year. Plowing is getting well under way but the ground is very soggy due to the abundance of rain. A family gathering for a picnic dinner was held at the Jack Grandgenette home Sunday. Attending were the Emil Stoffel family, Emil's mother and sister, Mamie,- who are here from Du- buqque, the Chas. Ulfers, Ray Besch and Anthony Stoffel families. The Busy Bee Club was entertained last Friday at the home of Eunice Riebhoff with Dorothy Scott assisting hostess. A social afternoon was enjoyed. The Club meets once a month and the next meeting will be September 17 at the home of Edna Staley in Algona with Rose Bahling assisting. Mrs. Arnold Heise, of Corwith, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchet. She began working Monday in the Corwith bank, which is a branch of the Britt bank. She will make her home with hsr husband's parents at Corwith while her husband is serving in the army and now on his way overseas. Anthony Sloffel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stoffel, former Union township farmers, went to Des Moines last Saturday with a group of married men and passed the examination successfully. He was sworn in Monday and is serving with the navy. He is married and has one child. The Stoffels have one other son, Leroy, now in service in the South Pacific. embossed on each sheM, Box con* tains 60 sheets and BO ehvelbpes; $1.10 a box, Arw, Navy, Army ahd Navy Air Forces, Coast Guard and Marine insfgniai The Algona Upper Pes Moiflea., . IBM! RUBBER STAMP PADS and Ink, black, blue,' green, 40c each at the Algona Upper Des Moines Office. , /' ;ll*tf FOR SALE—Bbok of 800 receipts and duplicates,.4 to a page, $2.60. Algona Upper Des Moines. 9tf If YOU NEED rubber stamps for any purpose, y'OU can order them at The Algona Upper Des "Moines. 50c and up. • " 13-4f ADDING MACHINE Roils ft* sale at the Algona Upper Des Mbines office. Regular size, 16c. each, 2 for 25c. Large size, 20c each, for 35c. 34-ti DESK BLOTTERS, .assorted colors—dark green, Chocolate, red, pink, blue and peach for sale at the Upper Des Moines office, Ifc each, 2 for 25c. 3-lf HOME LOANS TO BUY, ~REPAIR OR REFINANCE. NEW LOW INTEREST RATE .AND TERMS—WHY PAY MORE. Algona Federal Savings & Loan, Algona, Iowa. Buy Bonds Here. ' 18tf GET YOUR typewriter and adding machine ribbons at the Algona Upper Des Moines. 4-tf (7*2) acres. YOU are further hotttled that the hearing on'Said Application will be held at the Court House at Algona, Kossuth County, Iowa, at Ten o'clock A, M, on the 11th day of September, 1945, at which time you may appear and snow cause, if atty you have, why an order should not be entered au- and! aBp1*flM,*aW salfr, tffid fiutnartzfag jtMa Ek&sutef to. execute, and deliver Bseeutor's - fitftiHANAN, , ecutor of the Estate of homM H. WHdsworth, HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON, Attorneys. ' 34 FOR DURABILITY—For Impressiveness—Use Better Paper. Tho best papers are made from rags. Try New Era Bond, 20 Ib. substance, for a really fine paper. $2,70 for 500 sheets. The Algona Upper Des Moines. . 9-tf PHONOGRAPH RECORDS —All the new releases. Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. 1-W Card of Thanks We wish to express our thanks and appreciation to the Burt Fire Department and to our friends and neighbors for helping to put out the fire when lightning struck our straw pile Tuesday evening, August 24. Mr.- and Mrs. M. W. Woltz, Burt, Iowa. 34* Card of Thanks We wish to thank all those who so kindly assisted in the search for Mr. Roney last week Tuesday night. Mrs. M. L. Roney, Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Roney and Shirley. 34* Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25c for 13 words or less. When paid with order, 2o per word; when charged, 3c per word. Np ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients Sc and send cash with order they receive lo per word commission. For Sale FOR SALE—Anton Goetz estate 6 room modern house in Wesley. tactically new. Full basement. Also 7 room house. Three acres with the two houses. Can be divided as buyer desires. See Louis oetz, Wesley. 34-35* FOR RENT—Three room office suite in Haggard & Peterson building. Available Sept. 1. Now joccupied by Kossuth Credit Bureau. 32tf TWO BEAUTIFUL Spinet pianos and one midget. Like new. Priced right for resale. Terms. Write Armstrong Piano Co., Spencer, Iowa. 34* 'OR SALE—Black-faced Idaho feeding lambs. Place your orders with Donald Erickson, Algona. 34-36* OR SALE—1937 Chevrolet town sedan. Radio and heater. Call at 620 So. Moore St. after 7:00 m. 34* FOR SALE in Algona: Modern ix-room house, double garage, arge poultry house, five acres of and. Can sell you this lay-out or $4200. C. W. Nicoulin, Alona. 34-35 'OR SALE—Nearly new large kitchen cabinet. White porce- ain top. Frank Bahling, 2 miles west of Burt. 34* HELP WANTED—Men with business experience -to- train for tore managers. .Jobs good after tie war. Apply at local Council Oak Store, Algona, Iowa. 34tf WANTED—Dishwasher. Algona Hotel. 34 ANGEL'S WHISPER—is U. S. war slang for bugle calls in the air service. Your bugle call is the call to work and the call to buy at least $100 extra in war bonds in the 3rd war loan. 34 FOR SALE: Saddle horse. Hoy McVay, Algona, phone 791. 34* WANTED—Waitress. Algona Hotel. 34 HELP WANTED — Men with Business sxperience to train for store managers. Jobs good after the war. Apply at local Council Oak Store, Algona, Iowa. 34tf 'OR SALE—We have a good stock of No. 1 and 2 enamel cans Also can sealer to rent. J. M. Fleming Hdw., Whittemore. 34 FOR SALE—One good milk co\y and five dairy heifers. Eli Eager, LuVerne, Iowa. 34-H5 FOR SALE—500 Red Rock pullets. Priced right. C. M Knudsen, first place west Pioneer Plant, Algona. 34* FOR SALE—319 acres near Lone Rock, all tillable, excellent soil, land clean, good buildings, fenced with woven wire, low tax, possession March 1st, 1944. O. J. Grau, Storm Lake, Iowa. • 34-35 FOR SALE—Pullet chicks 10 to 12 weeks old, in the following breeds, White Leghorn, White and Barred Rocks, White Giants, Black Australorps and White Wyan- dottes. Priced right. Phone, write or come in and see us. SWEA CITY HATCHERY, Swea City, Iowa. Phone 35. 29-34 For FOR RENT—320 acre farm. Inquire Algona, Upper Pes. Mo|nes or write Bo* 69, Algona. "34* Wanted WANTED—Girl for general house work. Go home nights or stay. Two in family. Virgil Smith. Call 649, Algona. 34* HELP WANTED—Men, women, for work considered fourth in essentiality—preparing food products for army, navy and civilian use. Good pay. Extra overtime. Apply Swift & Co. 34-35 WANTED—Office girl and receptionist. Steady work., Good pay. Box 69, care Algona Upper Des Moines. 34** WANTED—Hatchery flocks of all breeds. Write or phone, SWEA CITY HATCHERY, SWEA CITY, IOWA;- Phone 35. 29-34 Miscellaneous FREE—If excess acid causes you pains of stomach ulcers, indigestion, heartburn, belching, bloating, nausea, gas pains, get free sample, Udga, at Barker Drug Store. 34+ AETNA FARM LOANS — Low rates, 410 commissions, appraisal or title examination costs to the borrower. It is worth looking into. Call or write Hutchison & Hough, Security State Bank Bldg. 34-43* DANCE Hjggins Hall, Whittemore, Wednesday night, September 2. Be there for a good time—good music. Baseball benefit. Everyone welcome. 34 FARMS—S. 'E. Minnesota. A1J sizes. Well improved. Spring, fall possession. Priced low. Terms like rent, cash, trades. Write for list. F. W. Luedtke, Owatonna, Minn. }4 Exchange Dept. Basement Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers. Bjustrom's Furniture 1-ti SEE ME FOR Real Bargains in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile. —Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algqna. 1-tf YOUR Service Man, sup- ie&Wm NOTICE IN PROBATE NO. 4712 Jn the District Court/of Iowa In and for Kossuth County. THE MATTER OF. THE ESTATE OF THOMAS H.. WADSWORTH, DECEASED. To Ernest W. Meredith, Edna R. Meredith, Ethel Collier, John Wadsworth, Exine Davenport, Alice Phelps, Grace Sumpter, Clarence Sumpter, Helen Mae Meredith, Florence Meredith, Charles Edward Meredith, and to all other persons interested in this estate: You and each of you are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of 'the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, the application of Glen Buchanan, executor of the estate of Thomas H. Wadsworth, deceased, said application/ askmg for authority to sell and convey the real estate described as: The South Half of the Southwest Quarter (S%of SWV 4 ) of Section Thirty-five (35), Township Ninety-six (96) "North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the Fifth P. M., Kossuth County, Iowa, except that pa'rt_ conveyed to the State of Iowa" by deed on August 25, 1928, said deed being recorded in Book 70, Page 350, of the Deed Records in the office of the Kossuth County Recorder, and except that part conveyed to the State of Iowa by deed on March 8, 1929, , said deed being recorded in Book 70, Page ,491, of the Deed Records in the office of the Kossuth County Recorder, and except that part conveyed to the Pioneer Hi-bred Corn Company by deed on February 28, 1938, which said deed is recorded in Book 77, Page 269, of the Deed Records in the office of the Kossuth County Recorder, for the sum of Nine Thousand Dollars ($9000.00) as per contract, copy of which is attached to said application. You are further notified that said Application alleges that the above described tract of land contains approximately seventy-two Chrischilles' Many people are surprised at the size of our piece- goods stock. And they are amazed to find that we have merchandise that they couldn't find in Sioux City, Des Moines or Minneapolis. Thru frequent market trips we are digging out merchandise from remote and hitherto untouched resources. And our old manufacturers and jobbers are being loyal to us. The result is that we are getting the goods when many other stores are starving. It will save you time and money to trade with the "old reliable." That's the CHRISCHILLES STORE. It's Cool At Chrischilles 9 1 REROOF RIGHT . . and fa> (tone- wVJn, it Put on a roof that -will give lasting, weather tight, fire-safe protection. That'* the kind of roofings we sell — Barrett Roofing8 i jr ii §ja|ooth-surfaced and Mineral-surfaced Rolls, and 'Asphalt Shingles in a wide variety of styles, colon and -weights for every purpose. All bearing the name Barrett ... "the greatest name in roofing." When you roof or reroof, it never pays to skimp on quality. There's no end of ways a leaky roof can cost money. Play safe, with genuine Barrett Roofings. We recommend them. Come in and let us show them to you. BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. Phone 256 Jim Pool ITS BALANCE <1 THAT COUNTS! Feed Hens Nature's Way —get MORE eggs lor LESS Stop grinding, mixing, buying co.tly ingredient, for naibei. JuaJ give your hens your wnground, home-grown grain in one aeH-teeder and Sargent Grain Balancer in another—and let them balance the»r . own ratiom, Then watch your egg production go up and your coat* g* down) v • ' GRAIN Tkd »n4fr», eff-koSiUai tap- Pknunt irfTM jwt b«» njln- eitl*, piottjai. ritamJn* and etber inmxJtsnt» needed to Mm* Tour hum-crown min tattoo. Jio Bviggaf t«^4*. -Jntt put It In th* aeU-Caedn and fmt h*M do the rut. S»te» time. MTU money, rod, enaUei you to teal nVe of. the cheapest ration ;ou can let | —XOyii OWN GRAIN. Ivut «if« it a trial and ' WHITE'S MARKET Phone 631 / E. State

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