Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1933 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNT*? AftVANCB. ALQQNA. 'I bought MAYTAG to save money NOW reotildn't keep house*! without it" Of eonrie you save money with a Maytag. Bat until yon own one yon can't realize the convenience of bar* ing that dependable washer always handy to launder one garment or a tnbful in less time than it takes to wrap up a handle and make a phone call. See the Maytag. Learn why it is faster, more thorough, easier on clothes, more economical to operate. Ask about tbe easy terms. THE MAYTAG CO. NEW^^^^O Founded 1893 1O48 ras H«me STILL PRICED IT OIL For komet mtkout tltctrititj any Mortal eqmppal with Gasalitu Multi-Molar at tmall added cast ttvt Or Fm tat DMOBtnOM rtu BJUSTROM'S Phone 52O 213 E. 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KRUSE INSURANCE AGENCY Telephone 125, Algona, Iowa r-.._--n _-- J'_ -----T- -„ i-----"'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•••••••••••^•••••••••••••••••••^ . r-- ' •• — oi Accident Victim Brought to Burt OLDTIME BURT MAN IS KILLED IN MINNESOTA ©urt, Nov. 28—Frank McChesney, 66 years of age, a former resident of this vicinity, was brought here for burial Monday afternoon. Mr. MOChesney was killed in an auto accident Saturday. He w_as driving a group of basketball girls from Lynd, Minn., to Marshall, Minn, and the car was struck by a trair at Marshall. Mr. McCheShey anc one of the girls was killed and five other girls are in the hospital. Mr McChesney at one time lived in Burt and later on a farm near Burt, moving to Minnesota about 2: years ago. He is survived by his wife and It-- children, three o whom were working in Chicago am the others at hc>me. •Funeral services were held a Lynd, Minn., Monday morning with a short service at the grave here at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon. His wife and children, and Mr. am Mrs. A. L. Moore, Ortonville, Minn, accompanied the body. Mrs. May McChesney, Mason City, was also here for the service. Mrs. McChes ney is a sister of Mrs. Frank Geigel, Algona, and a cousin of Mrs W. T. Kennedy. The mourners were dinner guests at the Kennedy home after the funeral. Home Talent Well Given— A capacity house attended the home talent play, Miss Prosperity on Parade," which was given las week Tuesday evening, under the sponsorship of the Legion Auxiliary. Although the play was planned and presented in less than week's time, it was well given. The parts of the main characters were taken by Norma Bettin, Mrs. C. E Hammer, Mrs, H. W. Trainer, ant Mrs. W. T. Peters. Twenty-five other ladies had minor parts, anc 30 high school girls were chorus girls. A preliminary act entitlec "Kiddies in Radioland," was especially well received. Bridge Party Is Given at Titonka for Young People Tliank-Offering Program Held— The Woman's Home Missionary society held its annual Thank-offering program during the Sunday morning preaching hour. Mrs. F 0. Stow, president, had charge oJ the service. Caroline Carr repeated one of the psalms, Mrs. C. E Hammer and Norma Bettin sang a duet. The main feature of the program was a play put on by some of the members of the society anc a number of girls. The play was entitled, The Magic Box. Woman's Club Reviews Plays The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. Fred Vogel's, with Mrs. George Carroll as assisting hostess. The program consisted o a play for children, "The Doll's •Symposium," by Elizabeth Guptill reviewed by Mildred Anderson, ant a review of "Dolls," by Esther Singleton, by Mrs. P. L. Dremmel. Gets Promotion in C. C. C.— George Manus, who is with the C. C. C. at Dolliver park near Fort Dodge, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Manus George has been made foreman anc has about 50 men working undei him. Katherine Manus, who i; teaching near Lu Verne, also spen the week-end at home. Ships Sheep to Chicago— C. W. Patterson took two car loads of sheep to Chicago, leaving Saturday night. - According to news given over the radio there was a strike on at the stock yards Mon day, and it is thought he migh have difficulty in getting his car: unloaded. Thanksgiving Program Given— A Thanksgiving program wa: held by school district No. 8, Port land township, last Friday evening Lorena Peterson is the teacher, j similar program and basket socia was held in Portland District No. last evening. Verna Stewart is th teacher. Quarterly Conference Tomorrow— The Rev. W. G. Muhleman, dis trict superintendent, will hold the first quarterly conference at the Methodist church tomorrow even ing. He will also show moving pictures, which he took at the World's fair. Union Services Today— A union Thanksgiving service will be held in the Presbyterian church Thanksgiving morning at H o'clock. The Rev. C. B. Mitchell pastor of the Methodist church will deliver the address. Bazaar Nets Aid $60— The Ladies' Aid society held annual bazaar and dinner Friday which was attended by an unusually large crowd. The ladies clearec nearly $60.00. Bazaar Dinner Next Wednesday— The Presbyterian Mite societ will hold its annual dinner and ba zaar Wednesday, (December 6. Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Schenck, Mr and Mrs. Charles Scott, Mr. anc Mrs. A. W. Radeke, Mr. and Mrs. F A. Rmgsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. iR. S McWhorter. Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher attended a county Legion meeting at Wesley last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Crawford came Thursday for a week's visit it the • J. H. Graham home. Mrs. R. A. Iliff came (Friday to spend he week-end at the Graham home They are all from Webster City. Urs. Crawford, Mrs. Graham, and Mrs. Iliff are sisters. Mrs. L. A, Boettcher was hostess at bridge last Thursday evening. he guests were Mrs. W. T. Peters, Irs. H. O. Buell, Mrs. J. T. Heaney, Mrs. F. L. Pratt, Mrs. K. J. Smith, flrs Al Staehle, and Mrs. H. L. auermann, of Atlantic, who is here isiting. Clifford Holding and G. C. Allen r ent to Nevada Saturday to take a •uck load of goods for C. J. Whitey, who expects to move there oon. They stopped at Iowa Falls n the way home and visited until unday a t the Edwin Allen l Titonka, Nov. 28—(Feme, Mildred, arold, and Clifford Krantz entertained a number of young people at seven tables of bridge Friday night. Carl Qhumway, Algona, won the travel prize; Edith Garner, high for girls; Bernice Larson, low for girls; Stanley Larson, high for 'boys; and Merwyn Hansen, low for boys. La Vonne and Roland Larson and Erwin Malueg, Algona, besides Mr. 'Shumway, were out of town guests. Attend Party at Algona— Mr. and Mrs. H. A. French attended a dance given by Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Dewel at the Algona hotel last Thursday night. The Frenches also spent Sunday with Howard's mother, Mrs. S. B. French, Algona. Herbert French, Algona, is spending a week at Howard's and helping at the iFrench lumberyard. Attend legion-Aux Jtee*— A delegation from Titonka attended a joint Legion-Auxiliary meeting at Wesley last Thursday night: the William Petersons, the Raymond Bonackers, the M. 8. Cravens, the Horace Schencks, the John G. Rippentrops, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bruns, the Miller Nelsons, and Nellie and Julia Nelson. yew Chevrolet in Upset- En route to iDes Moines the other day Lynn Callies and Raymond Bonacker were upset on a curve near Wesley. The car, a new Chevrolet, was not much damaged, and they were not hurt, so they went on. er, Mrs. Prances Budlong. The Roy (Budlongs, south of town, will be Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Budlong's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Stoutenberg, west Of Burt. Mr. and Mrs, H. A. 'French entertained their dinner-bridge club last week Wednesday evening. The high scores were won by Mr, and Mrs. S. J. de Vries, low by Supt. and Mrs. C. A. Hoon, the travel „? , prize by Lee O. Wolfe. school. Mrs. Bessie Tryon, Mound, 'La., who attended the funeral of her father, Fred Reibsamen, and had since visited relatives southeast of town, left early in the. week for play, Banquet, directed The Husband's by Mrs. Bertha BCr 8 jjen«j.ucii| v«a*.*-v/»>^*» wj *»»-•-• — — business meetine Nor- Ohm, with the following cast: Mar- re adan^article on par- J°rie Bailey, who substituted for s associations- four DU- Mrs - F - p - Newe1 ' who was slck( and ' 1 "'" The C. R. Hoffs, Ames,, spent Sunday with the Rev. H. W. Schoen- liens, and took home their three- year-old daughter Janet, who had spent six weeks with her grandparents. The Edward Zweifels attended plig jt. n y aig maxwell the funeral of the Andrew Wallace ey , Fred Hudson, and iDuane'Riley, •:— -~~ infant at Buffalo Center Saturday. sang two songs; Helen j^ read vieve Gra The child was .born last week Tues- a comnosition on Thp iFirqt was S'ven. '••••- ' a comDosltlon on Tfte *w« progressive-games were played, a after which a two-course luncheon ,. was served by the hostesses Mesdames Anna Geronsin, Edna Weisbrod, Esther iFrank, and Sarah Brandt to Corn-Hog Meet— Chris Brandt attended a corn-hog production control meeting at Algona Monday afternoon, and will attend a state meeting at Des Moines this week Tuesday. Methodist Women Serve Supper— The Methodist Aid held their annual bazaar and supper in the basement of the church Saturday evening, and had a large patronage. Mrs. Ubben Has Operation- Mrs. Peter Ubben underwent a minor operation at the Algona hospital Saturday. At last reports she was doing well. Other Titonka News. Hazel Budlong, Hampton, will spent Thanksgiving with her moth- ilrvington, Nov met Friday Mrs, A. ed. It . The child was born last week Tuesday and died Thursday. , Fren ^f | ntertai " 6d hunters Saturday: a Mr. duet. Swanson, Osage; Tom Keith, of Charles City; and C. E. Blondom, Des Moines. Alice, daughter of the 'Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Gartner who attends school at Rowan, will Thanksgiving and Phydelis Peterson will entertain the Young People's bridge club this week Tuesday evening at Eric Peterson's. Elvina Danielson, who helps at the post office, spent Sunday with her parents at Armstrong and also made a call at Fairmont. Vance Reibsamen and the Chas. mg gles and the Shaws. The K the Kea- , and also made a call at Tuttte Lake. The Homer Downs family left for Illinois Saturday to visit relatives till this week Tuesday. The L. B. Larsons spent Sunday with the sons Kermit and Kenneth _.—_. 3. A. Hoon will entertain at a bridge luncheon this week Tues- The H. C. Schweppes spent Sunday with relatives at (Fairmont. The L. C. Heifners spent Sunday with friends at Ledyard. WESLEYAN IS SERGEANT IN C, C, C, CAMP Wesley, Nov. '28—Rolfe Goodnow, C. C. C., Co. 1757, visited at home Saturday and Sunday. Rolfe Is mess sergeant for a corrfpany of 213 men He makes out menus, buys all kitchen and dining-room supplies, and oversees five cooks and their elghl helpers. This group Is now lodged in well-built barracks in Dolliver park .southeast of Fort Dodge, and will work for some time in the park. Methodist Communion Announced— Communion services will be held at the Methodist church next Sun day morning. A sub-district group brotherhood meeting will be (held at West Bend Wednesday evening, December 6. Supper will be served at 7313, and the price is 35c. The first local quarterly conference will be held at the church Friday evening' December 15. The Aid will serve a 25c supper in the basement, and Supt. W. G. Muhleman will conducl the meeting and afterwards show his moving- pictures of the world's fair. Cong'ls Name New Board— The annual official meeting of the Congregational church was held Sat urday e^ftning. All old officers, including Sunday school superintendent, were reelected. A new feature of this meetig was the election of a Sunday school Doard of three, to whom reports, suggestions, and com. plaints may be.made, thus relieving the superintendent. Parts for the Sunday school Christmas program 'were assigned Sunday, and frequenl practices will be held. Fort Dodgers Married Here- Nellie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Myers, Fort Dodge, and Fabian,, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Strain, also Fort Dodge, were married by the Rev. A. J. Wagoner at St. Joseph's church Monday morning. They were attended by Loula and Luella Berig, Fort Dodge. Miss Myers and Mr. Strain have be«n working about here for some time. Visit New Algoiio. Baby— The Messrs, and Mesdames Albert Kleixipeter and Leo Renos were at Algona Sunday visiting the Vin cent Kleinpeters, and particularly to see the new son, .there, now two weeks old. The Vincent Kleinpeters have two other children. Vincent, a Wesley boy, is manager of the Basket grocery at Algona. Catholic Daughters Have party— The Catholic Daughters held a aridge and "500" party at the lodge nail Sunday evening. There were 17 ;ables. Mrs. August Studer won high ait bridge; John Hutchison., low; at 500, Clarence Ward and Laura Wolf were winners. i'arty Honors Deck's Bride— The Mesdames J. T. Meurer, L. j. Lease, and Anthony Johnson, en- .ertained at three tables of bridge it Mrs. Meurer's Friday afternoon, n honor of Hertula Wolf, whose narriage to Clare WJngert takes this week. study Club Studios Cartoons— The Study club meets with Mra. Idricti next week Thursday. Mrs. Alfred ErcUnann Is leader, and the opic. Cartoons and Their Influence >n FujJMc Opinion. Bach will respond to roll-call by naming a cartoonist. Felts Leaving for Florida— ' Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Felt drove to Mason City Monday to see the former's mother, and on the conclusion of their visit they will leave for Florida to spend the winter. Wesley Pair Wed Yesterday— Hertula Wolf and Clare Wingert will be married at St. Joseph's church this week Wednesday morn- in. Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. John Ormsby, Verna Kerrins, and Mrs. J. OF. Lorenz attended the funeral of Charles Castle, 60, of Britt, Friday morning Sunday afternoon the Ormsbys visited the, John McMahons, north of Hutchins. Isabel Ken-Ins, "central," attended a party for em ployes of the Northwestern Bell Tel- lephone company at Clear Lake Friday evening:. Mrs. Dawson entertained her bridge club Fridty evening-. Mrs. Bertha Skow 'has left for her home at Mount Horeb, Wls., after She W as to go first to Emmetsburg, her former home, on business. The Olaf Funnemarks attended church at Rake Sunday, and visited , their daughter Helen, wh o teaches torney. called at M. L The William Hendersons to Mr. and Mrs. Guy Glddings. their Wrkht where the Tm' son 8 Rodney and Gordon, and Mrs. kees now «vl m ° Ur Fred Ringadorf, all Burt, visited " Ve ! _ _ - "** y ° U " 8 men< tWO fr ° m Missouri, There will be no school this week Services will be held at St. Joseph's 8 ° ° Ck Thanksgiving Anna Johnson, Boone, teacher, and a party of friends visited her sister here Saturday. IRVINGTON'S P,U PLANS BAND SUITS 28—The P. T. A ?ly shouTd a pa d y eC lo e c d ents a a taoJthK* guests,'also Mrs. Dorothy Gerhard, ^ ns ? u dL PU |riafty following <,.,„„/„* „* MIA /.rB-nnianHnti. There Lucille Hantclman, Edna snm, Mr, Thanksgiving day vacation. AJjr O11VUAU jJf*J -fcV **v*ii.v»j &* *UWMV» «.v~ - •_• rTT 4 support of the organization. There Lucille Hant are 17 families represented in the ">? Mrs. C.."•--;;-school. Plans were also made for J" 1 ^. J auhlle Os1>orn the mothers to meet with Mrs. Morris Parsons December 12 to make band suits for the children. Lemkee appointed Mrs. L. C. Mrs. Austin Summers, and duets en: mittee for the January meeting at 'Lemkee's. . The December meeting be a program at the school- i December 8. community singing; comet Bernice Derlne spent Saturday solo, Harold Geronsin; two vocal and Sunday with Thelma Sankey d duets, Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod, and ,. Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod; two piano duets, Mrs. C. L. Osborn and Paul- ent-teachers associations- four SJ. assocatons- our DU- - - • ' - Maxwdl Shirlev Ron- t" e Mesdames E. A. Weisbrod, Al- dson and Se Rile y *ina Weisbrod. Sally Snyder, Gene^ " ^e Graham, and Vera Ruske, and Hudson " Games ~were"7la"yed "aid re f re shments served. Leigh Pupils Give Program- Pupils at the Simeon school, Sherman township, gave school hi Taking _ _ Leigh h , ave lcked steadily . The corn ia parts were Helen Kramer, Von Bank> Melvin Von nyn ^^ John Lyo Bockes, Harold Von Bank, Joyce Arlene »j- w nrl -h a -h aw KPAO hniif Eve . New cribs have been built. John Lyons^ Kenneth Enjoy Eating Big- Fish— •r, ,_ „ T j. e ^ _^ Millers were guests at , — ._ ___ , —__ . . Bockes, Evelyn Kramer. A play, a fish, dinner at Maurice Bartholo- That Rascal Pat, was given by Margaret Loss, Virgie Halsrud, Other guests were Mr. and Stephen Loss, Donald and Albert Leigh. After the program popu- Bartholomew. The fish was a 17- Iarity_ contests were enjoyed. Ros- ib. northern pike caught by Mr. ~ ";er won a box of candy as Bartholomew recently -. at Cass popular girl; Virgie Hals- i^ake. It had been kept frozen at the rud and Stephen Loss Jr., were a Jar of pickles; Noble Crouch won a pair of gloves as the most popular man; and a pair of socks for the largest feet went to Stephen Loss Jr. A cake containing an unknown article was won by John . Bockes, who guessed a mustard paddle correct- \ Ml* - - . . „ _ _ Pearl Goodwill Club in Meeting— The Sherman Goodwill club recently met with Mrs. Paul Blumer. Mrs. Joseph Wadleigh was assistant hostess. Fifteen members attended and plans were made for distribution of Christmas boxes. A Christmas party to be held at Elmer Emery's December 14 was planned. Mrs. Henry Ristau will •be assistant hostess. A Christmas grab bag furnished by the members themselves, will be enjoyed. This club was organized more than 30 years ago. Mrs. Lemkee, Algona, Mrs. Curran, in Minnesota, and Mrs. Charles Sankey, Irvington, helped orgaize the club and are three of the charter members. The membership has continued to grow. Present officers are: president, Mrs. Emma Krause; vice, Mrs. Henry Blumer; secretary, Mrs. George Wolfe; treasurer, Mrs. J. Stripling. Irvington Woman Loses Father— 'Charles F. Castle, '59, Britt, fath- " "' """ " died local telephone ago Tuesday fo"llowing™a cerebral hemmorhage and stroke. He became ill November 13. Funeral services were held at Britt Friday. Besides his wife Mr. Castle is survived by twin daughters and one son. They are Mrs. William Hughes, Irvington, Mrs. Leo Clark, "" !ii and George, er of Mrs. William Hughes, at a Mason City hospital a week Old Timer Makes Tisit— John Wheelock, Algona, and his brothe Pho, Ariz " last ' business and stopped oft to " A1 "- e visit , A1 r".-.de? e fflJS SAY MOM-rTHEY'VE GOT JUST the things I want for Christmas at Gamble's. Cars and trucks and real furniture for little folks. 32-12 Oil Station Change We will open a service station formerly occupied by Royal 400 Saturday, December 2 It will be under the management of Dean Andrews. This company has operated for over three years in this community and in that time has made a profit of |3«,«49.7l which has been paid back to patrons in dividends. Shares in thta company may be acquired either by patronage or buying them outright at 110.00 each; they are non-assessable and draw eight per cent interest. 6 The oil code prohibits all oil companies from using a "snecial" for opening day so all they can offer is their dividend. You are cordially invited to come in and have the proposition explained. Sj.TdiTarssri-Sffi.Si " T ™ d8 »"* «^^ Kossuth and Hancock Cooperative QU Company CLUB AT FENTON HAS GUEST NIGHT the was a kuest at ft dtick dinner at Simeon Leigh's last week Wednesday evening. She ia also visiting relatives In Algotta. (Paul Weiner has returned to his work at the Frank Kuitiw farm after serem, days at Lake Crystal, nan, ter serem, ays a Methodist church last week Minn., visiting friends. j..^ .. — «...- n t »HO exVinni av wie jnewiuuiHi uiiui^ii ««*»- 'I" , Wednesday. Memibers of the school faculty, M. B. Otterness, Margie - ' Weisbrod, "- L. Osborn, Marjorie and Harold . . The following program was giv- community singing; cornet The Bert Sankeys were Sunday guests at Arthur Riley's at Ua , Weisbrod. stored at the farm as the owner, sell at the present market. mew's, Algona, Sunday evening, Philip Hemphill and Mrs. Mrs. Fred the Swift plant. Schultz School Finns Program — A program will be given at the John Schultz school this week Wednesday evening. Those taking special parts are Gail Wolfe, Phyllis Asa, Jack Schulz, Helen and Gail Wolfe, Donald Asa, Kenneth Asa, Helen Wolfe, Stanley Egel. Kathryn Schultz is teacher. Called to Illinois by Peath•R. E. Wadleigh, employed at his •brother Joe Wadleigh's for several months, was recently called to Streeter, 111., by the sudden death of his father-in-law, Mrs. Wadleigh has been with her parents at Streeter. Other Irrington. Kathryn West, teacher at Malcolm, recently visited -her cousin Mrs. U. B. Frankl. The Everett Withams were Sunday guests at Charles Egel's. The R. .A. Clarks, Algona, and the Charles Reapers were Sunday guests of Mrs. Lucy (Reaper. The Willard Gregsons and Elliot Skillings, Algona, were Sunday guests at Frank Miller's. The re- and . Hdrace Weiners, of Payton, cently visited at Frank Asa's at Bert 'Sankey's. Horace is brother of Mrs. Asa. The George Wolfes were Sunday guests Emil Anderson's at Lu Verne. The Arthur Carlsons, Cowrie, were also guests. Mrs. Carlson and Mrs Wolfe are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Peterson. The Frank Asas were Sunday guests 'of the John Jennings, Whittemore. Guests at the Austin "Summers home Friday evening were William Rutledge and three of his daughters, Mrs. Frank Allen, Rockwell Mrs. Del Barker, Waldorf, Minn. and Mrs. Rosa Spurgeon, Tama. Saturday the daughters returned to their homes Mr. Rutledge accom panying liis eldest daughter, Mrs Allen. His nephew, Robert Spurgeon, has rented the Rutledge farm where they have .been living. The Rev. A . English preached a Thanksgiving sermon Sunday on Praise God from Whom All Blessings Flow. The text was taken „ group of workmen widened and mproved the approach to the just west of Irvington early return to a Algo Southwick is a e l Potter, fitch, borhood. Seneca Girl n .Nov Lutheran to Fred W . Hodln," Rev. S. O. Sanrto ring ceremony. VheAshM I MWer Got A Load Here In Me life; Thim Blokes Buiii HEAR COAL LESS THAN A BUSHEL OF ASHES TO THE] CALL US. PHONE 229 F. S. Norton & Sol Aid met last Thursday at the, church annex for quilting. A cov ered dish luncheon was served at noon. (Further plans for the supper, December 7, were made. Mrs. Wm. Leigh, Amboy, Minn., Adding Machine Roll Paper, 2 sizes Cash Register Bolls Salesbooks (blank in stock, printed at si cost—get our price.) Carbon Paper, pencil or typewriter. Second Sheets Typewriter Ribbons for all machines, 1,000 sheets 8 1-2 by 11 typewriter bond paper 500 sheets 8 1-2 by 11 typewriter Cft* bond paper 5IUv New Remington Typewriters, A real Christmas gift UP FROM $29.! t ; , , Advance Publishing Co. EAST OF COURTHOUSE PHONE 254 Many homemakers. noted for their fine bak- mg, tell us it is practically impossible to have failures when using Victor Flour. _ It has always been our wm to mill Victor Flour to such a perfection that lt - ^ blend smoothly with all other ingredients and make for light, fluffj? baking results. Only the choicest of grain is used in Victor, and every sack is guaranteed to give" satisfaction, or your money us refunded. Anniversary Flour M* 01 SALE IT UL MTTEI HOC** "Yo U can't improve on Vfctor Flour," <> a « ° f irons told as, "Wbyt" w« «sked her. Tbe reply have made us hesitate to try, for w« wer« told, "» W the best and most economical J tan buy. My bre moist longer with Victor, BO J need bake lesa often} * more loaves of bread per sack. J can use it to cakes, and have as good or better results than by, special cake flour," , But wait unta she's tried the n«w 64th Victor j sary Flour! All the goo4 qualities of the old y»K» increased ia this last achievement oi Victor suprem FOB THU SACK WWW TP1 By THE CRETE MILLS NEBRASKA

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