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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 18, 1943
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the Algotia Upper Des Mothts, Al&ona, Iowa, November 18, 1943 LAST RUES FOR GUY L. COOPER Af Guy LeRoy Cooper was born at Ocheydan, Iowa, January 2, 1887, and passed away at the Kossuth hospital, Algona, Tuesday, November 0, 1943. He wnS the oldest son of Wm. A. and Mary H. Cooper, both of whom preceded him in death. 'With the •exception of five years in Algona and one and one-half years in Humboldt, his life was spent in Ocheydan. He was united in Mary C. Weatherwax January 26, 1907, at Ocheydan, and to this union were born four children - all 6f whom, with the wife and mother, survive. Failing Health 1ft: the past few years his health had^been failing, but prior,.to that Tie had been active through the jy&fcb. Irt».0sceola countyjihe wns a Miembjefe;.'; Of .the M«hodist church, the "Masonic lodge, was vi66i president, of the iDsceola CpUftty Fair, president of the township school board, a township; ; trustee and an officer in the Fariri Bureau, : Survivors Surviving him are his wife, and four' children, Gregory, of Austin, Minn.; Mrs. Lester Sidles, •of Hstherville; Delmar L., of Algona, and :Mrs. Clelland Johnson, of .Fairmont,. Minn. Three sisters arid i six 'grandchildren also sur' DANCE St. Cecelia's ACADEMY MOM. NOV. 22 i 9 P. M. i MUSIC BY COOK'S Rhythm Band Mrs. Craig Smith and Mrs. Harlan Frank!; Committee Admission 50c pins 5c tax Lunch may be bought. ' Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at 1:30 from the Merritt Funeral Home with the ?ev, J. G. Waterman, of Stratford, in charge. Interment was in he East Side cemetery at Esther- Ville. Attending from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Engel, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Weatherwax, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Weatherwax, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Fletcher, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sherman and L. W. Johnson, of Ocheydan, and Mr. and Mrs. Jesse DeVoss, of Esther- vine. Homer Anderson Attends Sargent Co. Opening, Des Moines Homer Anderson, manager of Lhe local Sargent & Co. plant, re- ,urned Sunday from Des Moines where he had been since Thursday attending the 55th anniversary celebration of the firm and the opening of its new plant. Homer, as manager of one of the three outlying Sargent plants, lad charge of the ingredients display. On Friday evening about 150 members of the office personnel and the salesmen were entertained at a turkey banquet at the Kirkwood hotel. Saturday afternoon there was a program which included an address by Lt. Gov. Robert Blue, a talk by Dean Chapman of the Grace M. E. church and numbers by WGN talent. Leland Thaves to Camp Scott, Idaho Leland Thaves, seaman 2nd class, left Thursday for Farragut, Idaho, after spending a 15-day leave with his wife and baby here. He has been transferred to Camp Scott, Farragut, after receiving his boot training at Camp Hise. / Saturday at 7:30 When Ruth Vaudt, W. H. Discher double ring cer large audience. Behnke played wedding march, mony Edward J. er-in-law sang " The bride was In a gown of white with full ski bodice artd sister of the bride, carnations. The groom v Drother, Roy Earth, Minn. was held at the bride's parents i: the ceremony to families. Lots of Babies! During the past seven-days the Kossuth and General hospitals have taken care of eleven new births.' There are over. 2000 counties in the United States; multiply this by eleven, and the result is over 22,000. Twenty-two thousand babies every week certainly will increase the population of the United States. But then, how many people are dying every week? Schedule That Tractor Repair Job Make arrangements now toJiave your tractor iv'atid x$her•: ma'chiine^ you will \ be able to get them when you want them. Sign up today and we will take care of you as |ft.jyour turn comes.; ife'•'-.)• ••r-'A-f-^'^j ' <•- •• ''->" £V If you plan to do the work yourself, get your parts ordered now. ' , McCormick-Deering Sales arid Service Algona Implement Co. : Phone, 52 "•' Walt Hall IOWA THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, NOV. 18.-19-20 Wild Bill Elliott in "WAGON TRACKS WEST" SECOND FEATURE ^ James Dunn in ''•':•• "THE LIVING GHOST", <-. Serial: "Don Winslow of the Coast Guard" TIT AMR 111 AWU •^ A .AAAvflr DA WED pMAni? KmllKK uAilVrlklJ . Paul's Luther,he scene of uti eautiful wedding p. m., Oct. 13, It, daughter of igust Vaudt, be- of Fred Rhoda, rs. Charles Rho- Vlinn. The Rev. performed the smony before a Teacher H. W. the Lohengrin After the cere- Butler, a broth- Cl Perfect Love." very attractive lite satin lace, vith train, fitted g tight sleeves. ion was held in a of pearls. She jrayer book with rosebuds. Miss Buffalo Center, de, wns brides- hf i ppH ifi nil nntift LlllcU ill all wVJ ncj n with tight fit- full skirt. She bouquet of pink i attended by his Ihoda, of Blue rwin Vaudt, cf brother of the es Reese of Led- icrs. A reception ; home of the mmediately after the immediate eived her earlier education in the Lutheran parochial school and was a graduate of the Whittemore high school With the class of 1935. She attended a beauty culture school in Fort Dodge, from, which sne graduated and for some time operated a beauty parlor at Rake, Iowa, and the last year she opened a beauty shop here. The young couple will live on a farm two t miles east of Elmore. Mrs. William Higgins of Sioux , City called on old friends here ^ last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz c and family spent Sunday evening J at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schuliz near Lone Rock. ( Emmet Mosbach, of Ruthven, and Mr, and Mrs. Connie Doyle and family of Spencer were Sun- ( day visitors with their father, John Mosbach, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer of here, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gade and family of West Bend and Mr. . and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich and family of Lotts Creek visited with Mr. and Mrs. August Gade Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Edwin Behnke and son, Junior, of Westgate, Clara Vaudt of Buffalo Center, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Butler and daughter of Rake, and Erwin Vaudt of Normandy, Mo., spent the week end at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. August Vaudt. Robert Finnell, Jr., of Des Moines, spent the week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.-Rj H. Finnell. He came with friends who tried their luck at pheasant hunting. We are glad that Robert can't remain through pheasant season as he very seldom misses a bird, but he is always welcome here. SUN.-MON.-TUHS.-WED. NOV. 21-22-23-24 sm no to ttw ft* I** Ww (*«»*» t »*ws SECOND FEATURE "CAMPUS BHYTHar THURS.-FRI.-SAT. NOV. 25-26-27 THANKSGIVING DAY Continuous Show from 1 P. M. AIL YOU HAVE DREAMED OF IN ONE GREAT SHOWI SECOND FEATURE Merle Pratt loins Up With Shellbacks When His Ship Crosses Equator In an interesting letter to his wife, Shirley, Merle E. Pratt, elsctrician's mate 3-c, with the U. S. navy, and now serving on the U. S. S. Braine south of the equator, tells of his initiation into the order of "Shellback", an must go cross the ordeal all seamen through when they equator .the first lime. Merle's letter: From the royal high court of the raging main in the region of the south seas, Dominion of Neptunus Rex, I received a subpoena and summons to aQpear in front of the ruler of the raging main. It is a navy tradition to initiate the fellows who have never crossed the equator. Before crossing we're known as miserable pollywogs, after crossing we're known as "Shellbacks." The good ship Braine bound southward for the equator,for secret war. zones, carries, a -large and,loathsome cargo of landlubbers','' beac'h-combers, guardb-rats, sea lawyers, lounge lizards, parlor dunigans, serters park bench warmers, chicken chasers, hay tossers, four flushers, 4-F'ers, crossword puzzle-; bugs;" bridge sharks, Honolulu ^^ ' • ' ---.'-I' Five Farm Sales Are Scheduled Up to December 2 Four farm sales are advertised in today's Algona Upper Das Moines, and a fifth sale date is listed with an ad to follow next week. Tuesday, Nov. 23: A. W. Young, farm located 3% miles east of Algona on Highway 18, 2 miles north on gravel, 1 mile east and % mile north. Sale includes 37 registered Black^ Angus cows, calves, heifers and bulls of Blackcap and Blackbird strains, as well as other cattle, hogs, horses, and machinery. Wednesday, Nov. 24: O. E. Ely, farm located Ms mile west, 5V: north of Wesley. Sale includes milking shorthorn and shorthorn cattle, 46 head; 110 head of hogs, horses and machinery. Friday, Nov. 26: W. H. Combs, farm located 6 miles south of Algona on Highway 169 and % mile west. Sale includes 197 head of livestock of which 77 head are I white face cattle; hogs, mules and machinery. Monday, Nov. 29: John Frankl Estate, farm .located one mile east of Algona. Sale includes 31 lead of cattle; horses, feeder pigs ^l farm machinery. Wednesday, Dec. 1: W. I. Dodds, farm located 2% miles west of Algona and 4 miles north. Sale to include cattle and hogs. sheiks, pike cowboys, coffee gulpers, asphalt Arabs, and other foul creatures of the land, falsely masquerading as seamen. These miserable, sad, wandering nautical souls must accept most heartily the pains and penalties of the most awful torture and eternal pickling for entering the Dominion of Neptunus Rex of the Deep. Davy Jones and his clerk inflicted two charges on me, that of sleeping late in the morning and also impersonating an honorable Shellback by cutting another Pollywog's hair and for this I paid greatly. Because this is a reverse navy made \ip of the above patriotic fellows (V-6ers) we outnumbered these old regular Shellbackers about 5 to 1. A few days before this'awful'in- doctrination these V-6ers conducted a mutinous uprising, cutting the'hair 'off -these Shell- backs, one by one, and this agitated them and revenge was to be 'had by them even more so. I, being a miserable pollywog, not having crossed the Equator before, started .out the day by eating cold mushy oatmeal and hardtack served with gooey syrup, to be eaten without silverware. For dinner my enjoyable shell tepid Houdek of Calmar is New Express Agent For Algona Fred L. HoudeK Is the new express agent who arrived Monday to succeed Harry Beeson, who has resigned and is leaving soon for California. Mr. Houdek comes here from Calmar where he has been employed . by the company for the past 15 years. His wife and three children expect to move to Algona about the first of the year. Mrs. Clark Bennet is the clerk in the express office. Mr. Beeson succeeded Joe Pelisek who returned to the office ut Tama. Mr. Pelisek is now on a 60 day sick leave and is in a hospital in Tama with heart trouble. Sherman Potter will take over the express delivery service. of John Spongfberg Unknown Harry Sppngberg, whp has been worried by lack of - nev/s from his son John, who has been in an Italian prison for the past year, la?t week received' several cards from him, the 'latest being dated some time in June. At thnl time he reported that he was decently treated and hadn't heard from his fathfr for ^months, although, Harry writes twice a month. It is not known what became of John when Italy surrendered and the prisoners were liberated. Some were captured by the Germans and John may now be in a German prison or he mny be with the Italian soldiers. No word hag the sur- menu " consisted of - crab cocktail with sour saUce, salt ' water . soup, roast young shark, oyster shell dressing, sour creamed barnacles, minced pollywogs ' on ' toast, seaweed salad, burned seahorse pie with sea foam, mermaid dressing (raw) and hot bilge water. The Shell- backs, entering the realm of his majesty, Neptunus Rex, enjoyed roast turkey, giblet gravy, mashed spuds, apple pie, etc., and they got to sit down to eat it, too. The price I paid for entering the sea of the deep, after eating, was to be soaked with a salty brine (with clothing for several hours) beaten on the better end of me by a series of fellows armed with boards, straps, ropes and belts. This was most effective on wet clothing. After crawling on hands and knees through this line of most terrible . tortures, I appeared before the royal court and plead guilty and, of course, was found guilty. The royal doctor prescribed a tonic of kerosene, alum and bitters for me, (to be taken internally with a laxative cracker). The royal butcher operated on me with a knife driven by 60 volts D. C. The wound was sewed up with a prick driven by 117 volts A. C. The most dirty, scurvy, not bellied, sailor on board was the royal baby/ I had to bend to my knees and kiss his pot belly, «reen grease rubbed thoroughly over it. What a mess this was, at:d what a trick to play! I proceeded on hands and knees to a Negro mess boy who shaved my head of all its hair and treated my scalp and hair with a black srease. Continuing on my hands and knees I dragged myself through a murderous line of bull whacking straps, etc., soaked again with salt water and tied to the yard arm to dry. After all this I was an honorable "Shellback." Officers and all had to appear hofore these Shellbacks and receive justice. I might say that we enlisted men got off easily compared to what officers had to go through. One officer had 1o stand a smoke watch on the smoke stack in an asbestos suit under this hot sun. Another had to wear all rubber clothjne, gas mask, under which he held a well seasoned piece of raw fat, and 'stand on top of No. 2 gun turret Another scrubbed the entire bow of the ship, stripped of clothing to his skivvies, on hands and knees (under the knees was placed sand paper) with a tooth brush. When he complained of raw knees, rice was added to the sandpaper, when he complained of heat salt water was added. All .this was additional to what I had to go through. This was the one and only chance the Shell- backs had to get it on the of fl- eers, and they certainly did. What sports these officers were, shows what regular fellows they are. Mrs. Almlra Green spent Wednesday in Mason City visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hurlburt left Monday for Fairmont, Minn., where they will spend a few days visiting the former's parents. Elizabeth Kilian returned home Sunday evening after spending the past week with her sister, Agnes, and friends in Minneapolis, Minn. Betty Jane LaBarrc spent the week end here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre. Betty is a freshman at Lindenwood Girls' School at St. Charles, Mo. Mrs. II. E. Rist is expected home today from Des Moines where she spent the past week at tho home of her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. O'Haire. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Knoll moved Tuesday from their farm near Lone Rock. The Knolls had been on this farm for 33 years. They have moved into the Dena Kohlhaas home which they bought. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hull of Humboldt were visiting Algona friends Tuesday, while Humboldt stores were closed for the scrap drive. Mrs. Hull operates u ready-to-wear shop in Humboldt. Dena Kohlhaas, Mrs. J. W. Sullivan and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer left Tuesday morning for Mission,' Texas, where the former expects to locate and where the latter will spend the winter imonthiS. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ludwig was baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church by the Rev. Father J. M. Mallinger and named Sandra Jean. Sponsors were Walter and Marie Pfeffer. Mary Ann Chlpman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Chipman, of Eagle Grove spent five days last week visiting Beverley Stebritz, .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Stebritz. Mary Ann had a vacation from school. Mr. and Mis. Stanley McDonald are here visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McDonald, Mrs. McDonald's mother Mrs. Cora Bacon, and other relatives and friends. Stanley has completed his work at Lawrence Kans. Staff Set. and Mrs. Walter Heldt recently wrote the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L Greenfield of Sexton, that they were" leaving Mineral Wells Texas, enroute to Florida. Mrs Heldt is 'the former Edith Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Guthmann expect to move about Dec. 1 to Fort Dodge. Mr. Guthmann has been the local representative for the General Foods Co. for the past year or more. The Guth- manns have been living in the Pletch duplex. Mrs. Jesse Reynolds left Wed nesday for Rochester, Minn, where she will spend the rest o the week" visiting her sister, Mrs Clyde Ridenour, and family. Mrs Reynolds is Attorney H. W. Miller's office girl, and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne Lt. Max Miller and his wife will arrive Monday to spend the Thanksgiving holiday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller. The lieutenant is stationed in the army at Camp Campbell Ky., while his wife teaches high school English and music at Long Point, 111. Max has a ten day furlough. Duane L. Jensen, first class petty offices, spent from Saturday till Sunday evening visiting his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs H. W. Becker. Duane had spen eight months on an island near Seattle, Wash. Now he will enter a flight school in California. Duane is a 1941 graduate of A.H.S He has been in the navy since his graduation. Mrs. Charles Rol- lit of Minneapolis visited the Beckers from Sunday till Friday of last week. Mrs. Rollit is a sister of Duane, and she missed seeing him by just one day. Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Arnold Heldt are parents of a baby glr Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs vere visitors in Whittemore Fri- ay. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Haverly of Lesley were guests Friday at the ome of the letter's sister, Mrs. V. J. Becker, and family. Margaret Rooney of Whittemore and Geraldine Rooney of Anamosa were dinner guests Barnes Kelso Anamosa were Saturday at the For the captain, the commission pennant was lowered from the masf and the Jolly Roger (skull and bones) was raised. "Neptunus gg*» wa? Jn charge | of the shjp for the d§y. The}. skipper ww watej- {Ofk«d ( jiiBW-1 born Nov. 1 The young pounds and Lindhorst, the former LaVonne Sarikeyf had been employed in a department store before her husband's transfer. Lt. Lindhorst was a deputy'sheriff hef^: ertteflng': the arthy 1 , *ha $£ , was employed' 'at thft State Bank, iome. Mr. and Mrs. Omar Hammon nd son, James, and daughter, :arolyne, of Kinsman, 111., visit- id Friday at the home of Mr. and VIrs. James Kelso. Mrs. Elizabeth Morlan of Graettinger is visiting here till Thanksgiving with her daughter, Vtrs. Bert Deal, and family and he Dick Sorensen family. Mary Kelso, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Kelso, and Mr. ind Mrs. O. F. Peterson were in Sioux City Thursday, on business. They returned the same day. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom eft Wednesday evening for Maxwell Field, Ala., where they will visit their son, Wayne, who is stationed there as an air corps cadet. Ben Hopkins of Wesley entered he Kossuth hospital Sunday for medical treatment. His wife is also here to be with him, and she s staying at the Leroy McWhorter home. Mrs. R. C. Adams and dangh- :er, Ruth Ann, of Des Moines left Wednesday afternoon after spending the week end here with the former's sister, 'Mrs. Martin A. Jenson, and family. Pvt. Firmen Laing, son of Mr. and Mrs? F. J. Laing, left Tuesday evening for Camp Pickett, Va., where he has been stationed. Firman has had a ten-day furlough. He is with the engineers' group. Mr. and Mrs. Lester of Ames were visitors Clement Tuesday at Mohler, Wash lady weighed 6M- has been namec Patsy Jo. The Heldts have a small son, Arnold, Jr. Arnold is stationed at Tacoma and at present is in a hospital recovering from a broken arm and knee cap received about three months ago when he was helping to load freight onto a boat from a box car. The accident happened about the time he was to embark for overseas duties. His wife is at present with her parents. Arnold is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heldt of Fort Dodge, formerly of Algona. at the home of the latter's cousin, Mrs, Lloyd Elstpn, and family. Mrs. Clement is the former Nina Blossom, daughter of Mrs. C. H. Blossom of Burt. Mrs. Orville Haincs and child arrived Saturday to visit for n month or two with her mother- in-law, Mrs. Archie Haines. Mrs. Haines is from Fort Ransom, N. D. Her husband is in the navy in the South Pacific area. Mary Wirtjes has been visiting here for the past two weeks at the home of her sister, - Mrs. Frank Butts. She has visited her other sister at Garner and her niece and husband at Iowa City. She expects to remain the rest of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt of Fenton, were callers Tuesday evening at the Kossuth hospital where they visited the former's cousin, Donald Boevers. The Voigts a.hd Mr. and Mrs. Free Geigel visited the Frank Geigel home also. • Maxine Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore, will spend the Thanksgiving week end here. She will finish her course at the Radio-Electronic-Television Institute a| Omaha in a week, and will begin employment at the Collins Radio Factory at Cedar Rapids on Dec. 8. Richard Lund, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lund, recently enlisted in the navy, and is now stationed at the naval training station at Farragut, Idaho, where he is taking h'is boot training. Richard is .a graduate of Drake University at Des Moines where he majored in pharmacy. The J. M. Moore's received a letter this week from John Sweitzer, who formerly lived here, and is now in Oregon. He says that he has been bedfast for three months with heart trouble and complications. His daughter has been taking care of him. Mr. Sweitzer, while he lived here was for years city marshal. T/5 Kenneth J. Roethler has been transferred from the hospital at Memphis, Tenn., to the army ordnance depot at Texarkana, Texas. Kenneth has been in the Kennedy General Hospital at Memphis for a short while due to a box of tools falling on his hand and cutting the palm open The accident occurred while he was enroute from Georgia' to Texas. ed of hair (what he had, and on the bald spot hair was added), greased up, swatted and sent back to the bridge. True, we are supposed to be grown men, fighting a war in the war zone, but to enter the dominion of Neptunus Rex of the raging main and not appearing before his high court would be disastrous. We wouldn't last one hour on this side of the line. This is an old tradition of all marine ships, and you'd be surprised what effects it had on us and what beliefs are behind it. This ordeal was entered in my personal record a subpoena and summons extraordinaire issued me, • a large and' colorful' scroll (certificate), etc. I toughed and had more fun this day than any since I've been in the navy, so you can see that we do have fun even if there is a war on. In fact, being here in the war zone is like eating cake compared to the teaming and preparing for it. The islands we see are very scenic and most beautiful. The natives seem Jess civilized but they do wear grass skirts and row in canoes, but they don't look like pbrothy Lpnour. I'll have many tales to tell" when I net back, hope it's soon. Word has Mrs. G. C. been received Barton from by he; uncle, George Fish, of Lemmon S. D., that his son, Richard, hat been shot down over New Guine; in April. The air medal was given to his father a couple of weeks ago. Richard was a staff sergeant and had made over 10' flights. Mr. Fish is expected to be a guest of the Bartons for the Thanksgiving holidays. Victor Hertig of Vernon, Texas is here spending a few days witl his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J Hertig, and sister, Mrs. Jack Craig, and family. The Hertig once lived \n Algona, then moved to Spencer, and now are in Ver non where Vic is in governmen employ as a sign painter at th< glider plane factory. The Her tigs had a new daughter, Joanne in April. The young lady is the sixth child, Lt. Ronald White, serving in Trinidad the past year, is to he transferred to the South Pacifi area and he is now visiting with his parents,in. Iowa Falls. He ex pects to visit'here over the week end' before proceeding westward. His wife, the former Donna Quinn, is a sister of Mrs. Roy Christensen and Mrs. Joel Herbst, and Ray McWhorter is an uncle of the lieutenant. He will be remembered here as being a fo:v mer life guard at the municipal swimming pool several years ago. Lt and Mrs. Ralph Lindhorst arrived, Saturday from Qregoa to spend this week with thejf parr eats, Mr. and Mrs- Homer Lindr horst and Mrs.. Clara Sankey. The lieutenant has Been- an ma* neuvers and is now stationed at Camp First Time in Many Months! AnS&L DRESS CLEARANCE.! Prices Slashed For ^ Quick Selling! Be Here Early! Smart fashions to wear from now 'til next Spring. All from S & L's regular stock. Limited size selections from 12 to 44. Hurry, they'll fly out at this price. OTHER DRESS CLEARANCE GROUPS AT $5 $6 $8 YOUR STORE Wisconsin Fancy Eatmor : CRANBERRIES I ; lh 29c ib S 23c Louisiana Porto Rican YAMS, U. S. No. 1 California Size 48. Iceberg ; .§; HEAD LETTUCE .'...'....;.........head I; Texas Marsh Seedless, size 64 GRAPEFRUIT Each Buy an extra supply for Poultry Stuffing MARVEL .BREAD ; .........24 oz. loaf Make Your Thanksgiving Feast Complete with '• Jane Parker ANGEL: FOOD .....: ...20 oz. cake lie A & P Fancy (15 Blue Stamps ea.) PUMPKIN 29 oz. can Clapp's Strained (1 Blue Pt. ea.) BABY FOODS —4^ oz. can Clapp's Chopped (2 Blue Pts. ea.) BABY FOODS ^.......7^ oz. can White House Top-Quality (1 Brown Pt. ea.) EVAP. MH,K ,. Vegetable Shortening (5 Brown Pts. Ib.) flexo 1 Ib. ctn. 23c I4c 7c 9c I tall cans Z08 3 Ib. ctn. 64C For Holiday Baking Try ION A ENRICHED FLOUR 241/2 Ib. bag 50 Ib. bag 95c $1.95 RATION CALENDAR Processed Foods Blue Stamps X, Y, Z in I Book 2 expire Nov. 20. Green Stamps A, B, C in I Book 4 now valid. Sugar Stamp No. ,29 in Book 41 good for 5 Ibs. thru Jan. 15. | Meats, Fats, Oils, Butter Brown Stamps G, H,, J, K | good thru Dec. 4. 8 O'CLOCK America's Most Popular Coffee 3 ib. bag 59c 2 i-lb. bags '•1C RED CIRCLE 2 l-lb. bags. •tlC BOKAR COFFEE 2 l-lb.'bags 51C LOW BROWN POINT MEAT ITEMS! No Bone, No Waste, All Meat, Save Ration Points. Cudahy's Puritan (6 Brown Pts, Ib,) SLICED BACON 1 Ib. pkg. MINCED HAM RING BOLOGNA (5 Brown Pts. Ib.) O||» (5 Brown Pts. Ib.) OI fi Staley's Creamed CORN STARCH Northern TOttET TISSUE Facial Soap WOODBURY'S The Soap that Agrees with your Skin SWEETHEART Hurts Only Dirt KITCHEN KLENZER :. 14 OT, can' Jane Parker Deluxe FRUIT CAKE 5 Ib size, $2.16 Blue Label KARO SYRUP cakes 24C cakes 20C N.B.C. Premium CRACKERS Balah BLACK PEPPER Sultana PEANUT BUTTER ......;, •, :.„.:.. & ». Wilson's PIG.3 FEET I Ib. t? C* Susan Baker CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP MESfTUHE ....... Sultana. Prepared MUSTARD

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