Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 22, 1934 · Page 7
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g " Strawbery and 1....-23C j oak Apple | Q£ 128 oz. Jar—- • «*•* lolb> ___49c Ill's .Soup, (for 15c f #f**. .. i xr Witonka Y< MISS FRANZEN WED TO YOUNG WODENFARMER Titonka, Feb. 20—Alice, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Henry Franzen, and Herman iLimberg were married t Catsup, |>ttle —— 3 Codfish, lOc 27c lOc 25c [Dry I per can —Jl" Sardines loval cans— tip Chim- 4 Cf% (,. 2 size I til* ^thes Lines, 1 Q£ bakers 1-2 Ib. can ... Thole Wheat fpkg „—Vel Soap, ars —— iLye, 106 12c lOc 25c ,.„ the Immanuel Lutheran church, north of town, last week Wednesday afternoon. A double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. Killian, pastor, in the presence of 60 relatives and , friends. The bride wore an ankle length white silk sand crepe gown, with veil held in place iby a cap of silk lace. She carried a foouQuet of pink roses and fresias, and was attended by Esther Meyer, who was dressed in flesh pink organdy and carried pink snapdragons. Edward Limberg was best man. A candlelight wedding dinner was served at the Franzen home, the houae being decorated in pink and white. The newlyweds who spent their honeymoon with relatives at Minneapolis, will live on the bridegroom's father's farm west of Woden. • Cream Checks are Issued— 'High .cream checks are: John «no S E er ' J$23 'T 4 : Ni <* Heesch, $122.45; (Edward Zweifel, $120.52- Bruno Stecker, $115.69; Chris Brandt, $112.92; Henry Gray & $105.67; G. Rjppentrop, T F Gratoam Bros.. $839*5* Fred &&&$***?** Ashe, ?77.97; Tho Des Moines of Interest to Al ff onlans : Elmer T. Peterson, of • la itho author oC I be published In ,'„ Three States , Mo!ncs to Molne.s com- whoro hTih , , Wlcllita ' " Bttieon. (1 editor III or itiio bis war WlohJita West, unusual , . , .Fred Stecker, $76:69; Chas. pihelps at a woman asks then buying salt blland. [in America, 2/3 ll women ask for fon's because— WEN IT IRAINS POURS •W/B™'»''"« V Oeor £ e Peterson, $72.45; A. Schram, $69.46- J A Hamw, $69.46; E. J. Buss, $68.77; $64.86; Harry'-Ricklefs, $63.7^; w' H. Grover, $63.48; and Ubbe Winter, $60.95. Sunday School Group Has Party- Jean French and Betty Budlone entertained xtheir Sunday sdhool class at (Howard French's Saturday. Attending were Gertrude Wel- housen, Anna Grace Blakley, Kathryn Schram, Donald Wood, Sherman Kelley, Watson Hamstreet, Junior. Hansen, Edna Sleper ix>r- aine Lamoreux, and Murlyn Schram. Games were played and a lunch was served. P. T. A. Gives Swea City Talk— The local .p., T. A. gave a program Monday at Swea City. The £?F5?V was »•**"*. What County laid in nto. Syr l are employe^ to 'give 'it paiUern. •Mr. Peterson was born on a farm ClCERTGiVEN BY ORCHESTRA •OF HURTS H,S, 'icsir ^'firona. Ho-was it for bo- itho wicnita Faglo to «w« Peter * n ^ contributed nT?£L ™ U °" al .marine*, '•mong them the American Kvoi.ing- Maga- Mc- '«ui Sclml • ' """ vl iu.il. Am<3Tl- «,: t' „ ' nn Independent Ho to I" rJT rclaxatlon ami hn* writ- ton n column of musical criticism. W CREAMERY AT L, R, HOLDS YEARLY MEET Lone Rock, Feb. 20—The cream- M y f aS , « lts allnual meeting and elected officers: president, c. M. Gross; vice, Albert Hutchinsori- secretary-treasurer, John Nyman '• directors, Charles Bierle and A. H " ann . a> , Wateon Shick was rehired as buttermaker. The secretary gave the following report for 1933: Total pounds butter, 164,367; cost l™r U .!*° tur ?' -°_ 2 69 . Plus; total Ninety-Six Mr. (Better Burt, Fob. ,20— Tho Burt ihigh ethor ' a C0nce " at Methodist church Sundav aftpr n n noon which was attended a cornet by Frank y rank Aten; numbers by the boys' quar- Tho ° rchostra ' was given. . The orchestra has (been ei m the music contest again year. Burt formerly had a fine orchestra, but the past SJL as "?' taken Part be- in this very two the n e contests. This year the orcbestrS v, _ has been editor Homes and Gardens, Dos tor, Geno Radeke, and John Rash; The Will setauns;Ti t onkrw7re -Jnday visitors at the (Rev. C B Mitchell 'home. .Sunday was ' the wedding anniversary of Rev and Mrs. Mitchell and Saturday wa2 Mr. and Mrs. Sdh.ram's anniversary Hoods on Trip South— o ,™ e G " °- Hoods left a week ago S& *° P * ™ nth>s y^it with „ . -.-* «•"• "• uiuaui s visit with ?±T:J? £?*«5> "•«, aiso at . .-,—, total 132,330.6; average" test, verrun average, ;238 ,plus. „„„-- ha - s bee n a gain of 10,000 pounds of Gutter since 1932, and a gam of 44,000 pounds since the creamery was established in 1928. Inez Lew's is Bride— .' - Methodist choir went to Al- Playing in the orchestra are Dor- ONS IODIZED OR PLAIN ANS ' TO $300.00 lersonal loan of $100.00. ! 1300.00 help solve your problems? 'you to investigate our ^--t,-™.— ..« u M i/««in. f wjiitu uouniy Council Means to Local P. T. A., by Mrs. M. IS. Craven; two musical numbers toy Irma Campbell; and a playette, (My Son John, by Mrs Howard French and son Russell Mra. Harry Beed, Mrs. M. S. Craven, and Gladys Bogges. Choir Practices for Fest— The Methodist choir drove to Algona Sunday night to rehearse for the district music festival to be neld at Algona next Sunday night. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. William Sdhraam, Mrs. R. c. Ball, the Rev. Fremont Faul, Edith Gardner, Irma Campbell, Gladys and (Beryl Bogges. Surprise Party for Girl— .A surprise birtlhday party was given in honor of Florence Bacon Tuesday night at Mark Bacon's east of town. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ama, Woodrow Peterson, Myrtle Ama, Clair Heifner, » e ' s, Pearl Danie!s Woltz, Genevieve , z, eneveve Patterson, Stella Jsenberger, Lyla Olson, Ruth Bettin, KatlfryA Elvidge, Ethel Mae Aten, June Rash Ronald ortman, Lloyd aaaSf Zita Giddmgs, Phyllis Brooke, vio y r^ a!ker ' Ruth Thomp- Jam, cellos; Elinor El• ^° thy Baling, basses; Richard Oupman, Faith Reed, How W Rni, 0 f Robert , clarin ets; Frank Aten, Gray, cornets; Richard was •,,, . , . ---.>» ^uuicm; mcnara Weiske, horn; Keith Thaves, trombone; joe Graham, tuba; Evelyn Neitzel, Stuart Thaves, drums; Loraine Kollosch, piano. Mrs. ladendorff Birthday Observed The Birthday circle met at Mrs W. A. iLadendorff's Friday afternoon_ to ihelp celebrate her birthday. 'Patriotic decorations were used and a program of patriotic readings by the members was given. Lydia Mansmitb gave her declamatory reading, "The Wheels of Time 1 ; •Refreshments brought by the mem- hf*rS \VAT*Q caT*trnrl _ *. «*. _ J? i • . 'ona ssunciay evening to aing in the sub-district contest, preliminary to •he district music contest to be held next Sunday. Mrs. Mary Stewart Sick— Mrs. Mary Stewart was quite ill ast -week, but is somewhat better •ihfi 15 Mh.niiiT.l.1. 4-~ i i - "v-i-i/ci. Mr. °f Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lews, an d Karl, eldest son of Mr._and Mrs. H. A. Weiner ^rf Tfl/ riday a£ ^rnoon at Burt Lutheran parsonage, the m Mr - Richmann officiating Mr. and Mrs. H. A.- Weiner were attendants. The new Mra. Weiner is t£ a i dua £ ° f the Lone Rock high school. The couple will farm w ith the bridegroom's parents. »»»&hter Cares for Mrs. Krause-^ ^ Meyer ' ° £ Corwith ' Came last Thursday to ' and Here'i a MILD bacon that hat a ZESTFUL taste ARMOUR'S f/XED .••J STAR BACON —Livermore Gazette. 'T V HIS IS M. B. Feebler, Liver* more, father of Mrs. J. M. Wiggins, with whom he lives. Ninetysix years old Jan. 9, he has spent all his life in Iowa. A democrat, born in 1834, he cast his first presidential voto for Stephen Douglas, and has since voted for every democratic candidate except Wilson, being then out of the state. Mrs Mrs. Parents ' " . Krause, and help care for her mother, who is sick. The ?»S 1° Ro , send * ls . Superior, came Saturday for a week-end visit, and stroke. , * ° Ught to have Dinner Honors ff. D. Gueste— <^ S ' E / M> Hawks entertained Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hawks, Parshal'l, N. D ., visiting at tine iflharlps ?Hmi,i r ~ v.«— • .,.° . Bake Sale Saturday Scarlet Fever Quarantine Lifted-^ The Tony Jandl family was- re- eased from quarantine from scarlet fever Saturday. Mainard, students at Iowa State college. Enos Worthingtons, Estherville, spent (Saturday at Mrs. Lillie + the , . ., Charles Hawks home.' Attend- and Mrs< Ed win Hawks, Hawks * amil y- Seneca - Melvm Hawks Other Burt News. The G. W. Bleich family, Ort , • Don Cronin, Algona, and the Rev. L. Richmann family were supper guests at the R. A ii^ v?^ e j The affair celehrat-' ed the birthdays of Luella Bleich. and -Rev. Richmann and the wed- n ™ W. (Bleich. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Stow, of De- bers were served, "part'of consisted of four .birthday whic/hi cakes. your - i- ivestock. As Ion* to repay. * r service prompt, confidential, in- details without ob- was was Finance Co. BWg. Des Motaes, la. KRUSE I OW | IBS. OF FAT and Donald (Bacon. Bridge played,- after which lunch served. South American Drama Studied— K The Woman's club met with Mrs. Howard (French last Thursday afternoon; Mrs. Jay Budlong was leader;, the lesson was on South American Drama, including the tnree plays of Argentina, and Juan Moreira. Lunch was served. Charles B«ed Party Host— Charles Beed entertained at a party Saturday in honor of his llth birthday.^- Attending were Earl Schweppe, Robert Budlong, Forrest Hansen, Jackie Callies, Betty Pendergast, Geraldine Bruns, Junior de. Vnes, and Alice Budlong. Boy for Donald Trepatras— A nine pound boy w*s born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trepstra, of Dea Moines, a week ago Monday mormng. Mrs. Trepstra was formerly viola Heifner, daughter of L, C. Heifner, of Titonka. -- —— - -«A* wuvitvj waivcoi Twenty members were .present and eight visitors: Mrs. N. E. Bartlett, Mrs. Raymond Reid, Mrs. Carl Wauge, Mrs. iRay Ladendorff, all of Algona; Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett and daughter Marcella, Mrs. L. A. Boettcher, and Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson. The Circle presented - Mrs. Ladendorff with a cheese tray and fork. She al'so received several other gifts and birthday greetings. Attend Wedding Anniversary- Mr, and Mrs. O. A. Thoreson and daughter Ruth, and Mr. and Mrs. Scott Brinton and Mrs. E. O. Lindebak, Ellsworth, spent the week-end at Jesse Thoreson's. Saturday evening the Thoresons and their guests went to Armstrong to a celebration of the 30th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Knudaon. Mrs. O. A. Thoreson, Mrs. Brinton, and Mrs. Knudsen are sisters, and Mrs. Lindebak is their mother. Jess Thoreson is a son of Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Thoreson. — . v . ,_., i w i, UW| UJt Jjc- corah, and small son spent the week-end with Mr. Stew's parents Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Isenberger and daughter wlho live near Decorah, accompanied them and visited at the J o Isenberger home. .Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ladendorff visited Sunday at the Lloyd and Lews Bartlett homes. At the lat*, e ll° me _ ?, he ™J ted . Mrs. Laden- - family, Lola IStebritz - Brother-in-Law Hospital „„«„,_ Evelyn Behrmtan, local fifth and •sixth grade teadher, accompanied her sister, Mrs. iRussell Ditsworth, ? nwe n a .?^™ d 3 e . . latter ;f Husband Mrs. bee ' S [ aaa a hungry mo, b&S»s-« ^™—* :,— »» Chicago Bridesmaid— . -Mr, and Mrs. Boyd Pannkuk Qr.'s (laughter Alice went "to Chicago last week Wednesday to Ibe (bridesmaid at the wedding of her brother Maynard. G*» Through X. C. Clinic— . Uiaymond Bonacker took Mrs. Bonacker to tlhe Park hospital in M »son City^Monday, where she went through the clinic. m »S> Heating r «r SHOP " Other Tltonkn .,„..„. j he Methodist Epworth League met .Sunday night at the Rev. Fre"'Wt Fanl'8 wjtto Kathryn iSchram leader. Attending were Wilbur *—9, Helen Beed, Vern and — Bacon, Mildred and Harold Krantz, Donald Caliies, Ruth Miller, and BSdithniae Budlong. Mr. ana Mrs. Harold Johnson and «mna Danielom drove to Bloom Party for Sunday School Class- Mrs. C. B. Mitchell entertained tier Sunday school class Friday afternoon at her home. Games were played and a lunch served. The affair was a farewell for Mrs. Lloyd Steven, a member of the class. The Stevens will move March 1 to near Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Steven and baby were also supper guests at the Rev. Mitchell home. Former PorUandcr is Here—Mrs. A. A. Graham, Holly Hill, Fla., came last week Tuesday for a ten-day visit with Burt relatives and friends. Mrs. Gralham, who~ formerly lived near Burt, has been at Sterling, 111., for a number of months caring for her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Stone, who have tooth been ill. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Schenck and Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Ringsdorf went to Des Moines Saturday afternoon to attend a Legion convention held there Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Bertha Wallace went to Aredale last week for a few days to see albout renting her house there. She has .been spending tihe winter at Mrs. Libbie Treptow's. •E. C. Schwietert and F. W Baum, Lakota, returned last 'week Monday from Eau Claire, Wis., where they had visited relatives and transacted business. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Reynolds of Minneapolis, and Mrs. John Slaba and daughter, Buffalo Center, visited last Wednesday at the E H Staley home. Ernest and Richard iLavrenz, _ „ «.«»uuj. UTHB. J_,ltS- entered a hospital there for medical attention. Mrs. W. G. Flaie substituted at school. g Cattle Go to Markeiul Ten carloads of hogs were shipped out of Lone Rock Saturday evening. Albert Hutchinson and of Mr. and Mrs. lf s> ^urphy got home Saturday from Chicago, where they sold two carloads. Last Auxiliary Card Party- Legion Auxiliary held the last of a series of card parties last week Monday evening. Winning prizes at bridge were Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger, at 500 Mrs. Agnes Me- Bride. Farewell for Mrs. Newbrough— The Legion Auxiliary gave a sur- pnce farewell party for Mrs. Ira Newbrougto at her home last Thursday, and she was also presented with a spoon. G. A. Sharp Birthday Observed— Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sharp entertained last week Monday as dinner guests the G. A. Sharps and Wayne Tyler in honor of " birthday. . Bartlett - who has Mr. Sharp's iavrenz, Hal Smitto, E. C. Sanderson, and R. S. John went to Dexter, Minn., last week Wednesday to do some carpentering. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder left Friday for Keofcuk, where they spent a few days at the home of 'liheir daughter, Mrs. Chas. Kenning W. E. and R. A. Bleich went to New RidhJand, Minn., Sunday to visit their mother, who lives with her daughter, Mrs. Oscar Ander-->n. The IB. C. Bierstedts, Walter Sorensens, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo .SSI Antone , former TitonWans. They drove on to Rochester, Minn., l pe ?* Sund »y with Buell john- ferotfeep of Harold, on* those from here attending opera, The Fortune Teller, in t week w «>re Mrs. R. o. Howard Frenches, Mrs. . Jrm* Campbell, and . Allene Joihnaon, Theodore Dun, Stephens drove to ' Du wi« to New* Mtes Stephens to IBeed to for tto week- * their Be 16* and their night accompanied Reibsa- ^ Stow Family in Ileunion— A family reunion was held at the F. 0. Stow home Sunday. Those present included Mrs. A. A. Graham, Holly Hill, Fla., the O. G, Stows, Decorah, Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Graham, the Robert Grahams, Algona, and the J. D. Grahams and J G. Sewicks. School of Instruction Monday— Kossutto Chapter No. 201 will hole a special meeting February 26, al whidhj Mrs. Laura Lenz, Mason City, will hold a scflwol of instruction. The school will begin at 1:30. A 6:30 dinner will be served, and an evening meeting is called for 7:30. Youngr Couple Are Harried— Carl Wiener, Lone Rock, and Inez Lewis, near Bancroft, were married at tib/e Lutheran parsonage here Friday afternoon, the Rev. L. Richmann performing the ceremony. The newlyweds will live with Mr. Wiener's parents for the present. ^__ Has Playmates to Valentine Party Jimmy Holding entertained tfc —.— Hu , i».«v« «*i, cum iuis. 'Xiugu Mittag, Fenton, were Sunday dinner guests at the A. C. Bierstedt home. The U and I Circle meets Wednesday afternoon, February 21, at Mrs. Tom Trenary's, with Mrs. Floyd Duncan as assistant hostess. Mrs. G. C. Giddings went to the Walter Ward home in the Doan neighboitoood last Thursday, where she is helping care for a new boy. The 8. G. Winchell family, from near Corwith, are moving to the farm where Mrs. Grace Watkins and her son have been 'living. Mrs. M. A. Dexter has gone to Truman, Minn., to visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ranney Putz, Mrs. P. F. Krietihe and daughter Eugenia Mae, and Mrs. Al Staehle were Des Monies visitors Saturday. Maybelle Gray returned Friday from Iowa City, where she had a nasal operation a few days ago. ' The Rev. L. Rioha^anns were Sunday supper guests at the Rev. Stahmer home at Fairville. The Fortnightly club .meets Wednesday afternoon of this week at Mrs. E. C. Schwietert's. Mrs. L. E. Roetman entertained her Sunday school class of girls last week Monday evening. Willard Stow and Stanley Black went to Newton last Thursday to try and get work. The Queen Esther Circle met last week Tuesday evening at the J. G. Bewick home. Declam Contest Next Week— A declamatory contest will be held at Fenton February 28, and schools contesting will be Burt Seneca, Lone Rock, and Fenton. L, B. Boys to Play Tonight— The basketball boys will meet the Wlhittemore quintet this week Thursday evening at Algona in a 'boys' tournament. Girl for the Harvey Baths— A 10-1'b. girl was born to Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Rath Saturday. Other Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Christenson and their son Mervyn attended the funeral of Charles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz, Sexton, last week Tuesday. . Mr. and Mrs. iFred Genrich attended the funeral of William B. Mason, retired rural letter carrier at Lu Verne, last week Monday. Mrs. Charles Morris and Esther Godden accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrich to Ames Sunday, and Mrs. Morris and Esther visited Vera nj-nl"—°, ' and the daughter •Edith, who had .been here, went nome with her parents. The Christian Endeavor had a •party at the church last week Monday evening. A regular meeting was held Sunday evening at the Rev. s. M. Gladstone's. Mr. and Mrs. John Sprank left Sunday to attend a Legion-Auxiliary convention at Des Moines. Julia Quinn, Bancroft, accompanied them. Tihe (Roy Jensens spent Saturday and Sunday at the R. j. Edwards home, Pipestone, Minn. Mrs. Jensen' and Mrs. Edwards are sisters. The August Lampes spent Saturday and Sunday at Richard Long's. The Jay Goddens were at Roy Godden's, Fairmont, Sunday. The Mothers club will meet on Wednesday, March 7, at the home of Mrs. Victor Rogers; Mrs. Andrew Thomson, hostess. Mrs. Richard Walsh got home last week Wednesday from Joliet, III., where she attended the funeral of b.er mother. The Busy Friday club met last week wittti Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, and the .next meeting will be with Mrs. W. G. Flaig. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sigsbee, of Burt, were Sunday dinner guests of their daughter, Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt. Hugo Worthington, in camp at Milford, spent the week-end wit/h his mother, Mrs. Lil'lie Worthinir- ton. & Gordon Blanchard, State Teachers college, spent the week-end at the parental J. M. Blanchard's. A. A. Krueger attended a Standard Oil meeting at Emmetsburg last week Wednesday evening. A number from here attended me Fortune Teller at Algona last week Monday evening. Etta Elaine, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rath, has been sick with pneumonia. The Henry Schultzes, of Emmets- tourg, were Sunday dinner guests of the Emil Krafts. Mrs. Arttour Davis, Emmetsburg, spent Sunday at the parental George Pettit's. The Bible Study class met last week at the R. T. Angus home. Food Quality You Can Rely On A reputation 60 years old deserves to be *•»••*•• J—. J 'PI. * • f_ ?• |nat is the reason for thi [TRONG-HEART OPA,X^ • . .^'A'f K ^^^f »^ FOOD PRODUCTS You are always SURE that every product of these famous brands lives up to the standard under whfcK tncv bflvfi fippTi /\flPa^A«4 * A.* • "Tha •!>..& Lt TI . ei s n teen-seventies# ihe Best bf Foods at Reasonable Prices Without Sacrifice of Quality » This pledge is your 9O011«>«w***t . J.J! TTT^«*v** M _ ° •* HEART. OPA1. and I^A 52£ ZilSS, Ask for them by name at these home owned grocers: [. R. Sorensen & Co.,lAlgona, Iowa Home I. M. Dyer, Ledyard Thaves Sisters, Lakoi W. H. Yogel, Burt Merrill Bros., Bancroft Bonacker Bros., Titonka Sanborn's Cash Grocery, Swea City Mrs. R. iL. Krantz and Mildred, Feme, iDoria, and Marion Kranta were at. Whittemore last week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. S. J. de Vries left Sunday evening for Sanborn to spend two weeks training students for declamatory work. The Wil'liam Stoutenbergs and Harold Jones,, of Burt, were Sunday visitors at Ray Budlong's, south of town. *•**"• «*V*»*M CM«.\& iuan-ici visuitju vcra, ^*y,uu Morris and the Genrichea their son $12.95 WORTH a new YOUR ODD RADIO IS ^20.00 at Gambles, on » ,. cw Brunswick Console. Newest in the radio field in cabinet design, tun ing features, tubes and $49.50 exch. Radios as chassis, low as jiutiuy nuiuiug utivntuuov) ww? following playmates at a* valentine party Wednesday afternoon: La Vonne Greise, Marilyn and Billie Boettcher, Wanda Mann, (Ruth Car- ^you'll be Carnival at Seneca School., •^one Rock, Feb. 80—The Seneca, Consolidated school held a carnival ast week Tuesday evesuog, and Sii large crowd attended, niore jtianj f 100 being realized. lOESN'Titmakeyou deed it does! And, it U BiuwMmdy^asv 1 ^ enjoy that thrill of pride, evSy Sf JSS be ^T ff gC iS "^ I° ne '! °W Golden VffS or Coffee House Coffee, both are really good coffees, both are roaster fresh in their huth vacuum containers. Besides, with each, you get valuable coupons, colupons which ulefy ol ut wmil until you w.r, Nut. Thou«»nd* of Buttcr-Nut one. uMd «om« oth«r brand. •Jl —n-« — .- m._i « DuIler-IVut ^_ TONE'S Siaefl

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