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ELGETWO KOSSTJTH nonar* ABVANCB. ALQONA. IOWA THURSDAY. We will be open ALL DAY JULY 4th For gas and oil see Charles Hoffman, Mgr. nn;ainiaiaoaoain Program . - ^*-J Missionary Society Annual Park Celebration JULY 4th Whittemore, Iowa Lieut.-Gov. Kraschel will speak at 7:30 p. m. Two ball games, 1 p. m. liotts Creek vs. Fenton Whittemore will play winners. Ixrtts Creek Little German Band IChicken Dinner and Supper Children's Sports Other attractions X *^ — Fireworks and dance in evening. '-laundry Soap, 10 big Jbars Soap, Long's Meat Market This department is complete and mlways ready for your inspection. Our prices are low and stock fresh, -*s we have iced truck service daily 4trom our packers, Grocery Department. 29c 14c 20c 19c 25c 15c 25c 25e 23c 15c Fire Works ^Palmolive 9 fcars fesparagus, green, l*o. 2 can •disco, 3 Ib. can 55c; i Ib. can Tish, light meat, 8-oz. can Salmon, Alaska tall 1-lb'. can •Craham Crackers, 38-lb. box _______ ^Tomato Juice, 'Sweet Pickles, •mall size, quart jars Japan, pound package — Nearly everyone •tope «t— Hotel KIRKWODD iMoines b.»h DIED 100 rata with one can of KIMjZUM, a new *4ncovery. KIULiSHJM Is the most effl-. cient (Rat and Mice Exterminator in the world. Harmless to human beings, does, cats, livestock, poultry or even ""baby chicks. A red squill compound as recommended by U. S. D«pt. of Agriculture. Ask your local druggist about our Tree coupon cans. iSold on an absolute guarantee •of results or your money will l>e refunded. Sold by B. W. Lusby 'Drugs, Borchardt "Drug, K. ». James Drug, Algona, la., W. J. Denton, Titonka, Iowa. THE JCYOO PRODUCTS CO. Des Molnee, Iowa. SERMONETTE IS GIVEN BY THEJASTOR Irvington, June 27—The Missionary society met Friday afternoon at the church, and the meeting was opened by the vice president, Mrs. William Boldridge. After roll call, which was answered with missionary bible quotations, Mrs. A. McLean took charge of a devotional meeting, reading first the 37th psalm. Hymns were sung, and the Rev. A. English offered prayer, Mrs. Casey Loss sang I Love a Little Cottage, and Shirley Roney sang Little Mother of the Hills. Mrs. Boldridge and Albert sang a duet. Articles on the day's topic were read by Mrs. M. L, Roney, Mrs. H. T. Sabin, and Mrs. Boldridge, and the fourth of a series of sermonettes on the history of the Christian church was presented by Mr. English. A covered- dish luncheon was served In the Annex. The next meeting will he on July 20, and roll call is to be answered with scriptural promises. Potter Family Meets Again— A second Potter reunion was held Sunday In honor of Daniel Potter and his children, of Minot, N. D., who were unable to attend a week ago Sunday. Their party left Mihot in due time, but had car trouble and did not arrive till late a week ago Sunday evening. They visited relatives till Sunday, when the following persons met at the state park: the Delbert Potters, Fort Dodge; Mabel Potter, Spencer; Mrs. Alice Miller, Minneapolis; the William Runcheys, the Ben, Elmer, Harry, Charles, Bert, and Carrol Potters, Mrs. L. E. Potter, Mrs. Lloyd Potter, the Ray Miners, H. E. Morgans, Mrs. Alonzo Clark, Mrs. Mae Miller, and the O. L. Millers, all of Algona and the vicinity. Dltsvrorths Meet for Bennlon— The annual Ditsworth reunion was held Sunday at the Ambrose A. Call state park, and more than 100 persons attended. From near here were the Frank Ditsworths, Mrs. Samuel Reaper, John Mcll- hattin, the Charles Reapers, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Coleman. The Ditsworth reunion originated in 1926, when the family gathered to celebrate the birthday of E. Ditsworth, Lucedale, Miss., who was visiting here. In 1927 it took place again at Wallace Ditsworth's, Bancroft. Since then the Ditsworths have been re-united annually on the last Sunday in June at the state park. Parsons Reunion is Held— The annual Parsons reunion was held at the Merritt Burtls farm, ten miles northwest of Algona, Sunday, and attending were Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Parsons, Belmond, their son Everett Parsons, and his wife, Des Moines; the Edw. Smiths, the Har-j old Frambachs, and the Ralph Parsons family, all of Burt; Merrill Parsons and Eunice Thompson, Lu Verne; the E. H. and C. H. Beards- leys, Rachel Shackelford, and Edith Reed, all of Algona; the Ted Harrs and the M. G. Parsons family, Irvington. Dinner Honors Mrs. Decker— A surprise dinner was recently served at Jos. Decker's home in honor of Mrs. Decker's birthday. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gordon, daughter Esther, and the latter's guest, Bertha Berkum; the William Dunlapu, the T. E. Wick- wires, ..Mrs. KHhcart, Mrs. B.V/M. Barlingame, her'family,; all inthis' locality, .and ,f romipprest' City ; and Britt; the''Chris Chases, the Peter Gorleys, Fred Benson, daughter, Gladys Copas, and'two sons, Picnic at Eagle take— ' "**'"-' The following families here and at St. Benedict had a picnic at Eagle Lake Sunday: Mrs. B. M. Burlingame, the Jos. Deckers, the William Dunlaps, the Frank Eisen- barths, and the T. E. Wickwlres. They were met at the lake by the Chris Chases, the P. Gorleys, Gladys Copas, Fred Benson, the Ed Gordons, Mr. and Mrs. Durnam, Minert Schrader, and Mr. and Mrs. Perkins, all of Britt and Forest City. ^r. Brooder Smoke Kills Chicks- Mrs. O. L. Miller lost more than 62 white Leghorn chicks from a fire.ih.-her brooder house.Saturday night. Mr. Miller discovered the fere whetuhe opened the house. .It St. Joe Shut Out Sunday In Gome Against Wesley St. Joe, June 27 — The St. Joe Cardinals dropped a weird game to Wesley Sunday afternoon on the Wesley liamond, score 8-0. The Wesleyans put six runs across In the second inning on four hits coupled with a pair of errors, and this clinched the game for Wesley. The game was delayed several times by hot arguments with the umpires. Next Sunday the Cardinals will play St. Benedict there. Hammer Family Has Reunion — Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hammer and their sons Darwin and Herbert accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hammer to John Hammer's, near Swea City, to attend a Hammer family reunion Sunday. Picnic dinner and supper were served to 26, and the afternoon was spent socially. Others attending were the H. W. Balks, Le Sueur, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. E. J. O'Dell, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Holtzbauer, Ruth and Robert, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Renger, neighbors or the John Hammers, and Leonard brother of Manthei, Whittemore, Mrs, John Hammer. Sister to Pnbnqne Convent — Sister M. Marie Celine left last week Wednesday from Fort Dodge for the St. Francis convent, Dubuque. Sister M. Horstense and Sister M. Claudia returned the same day from Sioux City, where they had spent nearly two weeks. Haglinds Twenty Tears TYed — Mr. and Mrs. William Haglind celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary Sunday with a picnic at Leo Hanna's, south of Humboldt. The Hannas celebrated their 16th wedding anniversary the same day. Mrs. Anna Kramer Dies- Mrs. Anna Kramer died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mary Lentsch, Sunday evening, after week of sickness. Other St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding, Whittemore, were Sunday afternoon visitors at Mrs. Lucy Wagner's and Mary Jane Reding remained for a few days visit with relatives here. Marvin Reding, son of the John B. Redings, accompanied the Nick Redings home for several days. James and Merrill Moore return- id Saturday from a week at their uncle, Dr. R. G. Moore's at Dunlap. Doctor Moore is a veterinary and represents his county in ,he legislature. The boys' parents met them at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Don Moore is having a visit from her mother, Mrs. W. W. An- nls, and the latter's daughter, both of Miles City, Mont., where the daughter teaches. They came last week, and will spend most of the summer here. The John B. Redings were Monday evening visitors at Nick Reding's, near Whittemore, and Delmar Reding came home with them after a short visit there. Clint Ashfor'd, Fairmont, an<3 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ashford, of Garner, and their daughter Helen were at William Boldridge's last week Wednesday evenlog. 'Peter J. Erpelding suffered an attack of appendicitis and was taken to the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital last week Monday. Mr. and 'Mrs. Otto Hanifan, of Foxholm, Minn., returned Saturday, after a short visit with rel atives and friends here. Elsie and Alvina Carman, neapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. George Carman, Blue Earth, were at Wil Ham Reding's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kisch and Mike and John Brass were Sunday afternoon visitors at Joseph Meurer's, Wesley. The Nick Thilges family, Ray mond and Marcella Thilges, and Nick Becker were at Fort Dodge Saturday. Vincent Kellner and a friend, of St. Benedict, visited relatives and friends in this vicinity Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brandt, of Ledyard, were Sunday visitors at the Le Roy Thilges home. Nick Dieter, a daughter, and a granddaughter, all from Texas, are visiting in this vicinity. Jonh, Thomas, Dean, and Robert Kohlhaas, of Algona, visited relatives here last week. A number of persons from this vicinity went to Lost Island to fish last week. The A. C. Holtzbauers, Algona, were at William Hammer's Friday morning. The Henry Ziemets Sr. visited at Mike Wagner's, Algona, Sunday afternoon. MRS, RICKE, OF WESLEY, PASSES INHER65THYEAR ILUMBING AND HEATING JSheet Metal Eave Troughs SPipe Calves Cylinders Fittings Faucets A complete stock. Holtzbauer's Tin Shop 117 S. Dodge Phone 33 For Percheron STALLION Service PHONE PAUL PALMER, 3F2 We will come when called. bulb "used to furnish heat under the hover came in contact with the floor, and the peat on the floor caught fire and smoldered. The chicks died from breathing the heavy smoke. Infection Patient Recovering — Helen, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Armour Lemkee, is slowly recovering from a case of infection from which she has been suffering several weeks. It started several days after a thorn pierced one of her feet below the large toe. At one time the attending physician feared the foot would have to be amputated. She uses a crutch to get around. Women Hitchhike for Tisit— Mrs. Clifford Cameron and Mrs. Paul Cameron arrived at Mrs. Ray Watson's Saturday, having hitchhiked from their homes at Maple- Wesley, June 27 — Mrs. Henry Ricke, who wittti (her husband occupied a fine farm they owned south of Wesley, died last week Tuesday morning. She had been sick ttwee montlhs. Mrs. Ricke toad been A resident of. the community 31 years. Funeral services in charge! of the pastor, the Rev. A. J. Wagener, were held at St. Joseph's church 'Friday morning, and 'burial was made in St. Joseph's cemetery. The six youngest sons of Mrs. Ricke were pallbearers. Mrs. Ricke was born in Hanover, Germany, January 21, 1869, and toer,. maiden*, "name was '• Agnes Klaas.-MT. and Mrs; Ricke were parents of 13 children. Reinarcl arid .Odelia.died in childhood, ami Edyyard.^then 23,. wlio ";was, in yioe .during the WorM .w'jir, .died at -the Great Lakes naval training station. Surviving are Frank, of Gilbert; Mrs. Mary Thissen, Algona; William and Lawrence, Wesley; 'Dee, Morgan, Minn.; Lawrence and George, of Williams; Mrs. Clara Goetz, Raymond, and Roman, Wesley. Auxiliary Serves English Tea— Forty women attended an English silver tea given .by the auxiliary at the Legion rooms Friday afternoon. Mrs. Jack Maverly won high at 'bridge; Mre. 'Rowley .sang and English anthem; Mrs. TMes, Algona, gave a talk on Fidac Work, and Mrs. J. C.'Underkofler, outlined the general Auxiliary program for the year. A generous -silver offering was taken- Mrs.' Halvor Flom Jr, will entertain the Auxiliary , thisi . week ; Friday, and the women will. sew carpeitrags. .An Auxiliary program will be broad- cjast from WOI r Ames/at € p. m the •same day. The local Auxft .pledged 100 .glasses of jell; ey, and Mrs. Lulu Aman, Geneva, daughter of Mrs. Paulina Hanig, were in town Friday. They went back Saturday, having visited relatives at St. Benedict, also. Mrs. Jacob Johnson returned from Denver last -week, following a month's visit with her sons Norman and George and daughter formerly Wesley, is here, visiting firs. Forrest Putney. Mr®. Peter Haverly, Oelwein, is isiting Iher parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Felt. Mr. Haverly and the! RANEYS HOLD REUNION AT STATE PARK The annual Raney family reunion was held Sunday at the Ambrose A. Call state park, with 104 relatives present and seven visitors, as follows: Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Cairy, Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Raney, Livermore, and Bvered, Faith, and Beth; Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clark, Brltt, and Ronald and Robert; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Raney, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Guy Raney, Livermore, and Charlotte; Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett, Ledyard, and Virgil Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Raney, Humboldt, and Charles; Doctor and Mrs. Southwick, Marshalltown, and Charlotte, William and Robert. Mrs. James Rains, Geraldine and John, Fairfax, Minn.; Mrs. Edward Paukert, son Billy, and Ruth Starks, all of Owatonna, Minn.; Mrs. Flora Raney, Lu Verne, and son Arthur; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Raney, West Union; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applegate, Corwith, and Doris and Robert. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Nelson, Rlng- sted; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skilling, Irvington; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark, Sexton; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jass and Donald, Garner; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch, Bode; Mrs. James Ross, Ireta and Betty, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hartzell, Robert, Ted, Grace, Kenneth and Dale, all of Britt; Mrs. Clare Erickson, Swea ity, and Dorothy. The following persons from Algona attended: Mr, and Mrs. Howard Shore, and rtary Alice and Roger; Mrs. Jesse Schmidt, Durwood; Mr. and Mrs. Jeorge Johnson, Marjorie and Vera; Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Potter and Dwight Dean; Mrs. Cora Raney and Hattie; Mrs. Robert Moore, D aullne and Bobby; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Raney and Meredith. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney, Lyle, forma, Buena and Howard; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fraser, Arline and •Cenneth; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pot- ,er; Mr. and Mrs. Scott Moore, Wayne, Keith and Sheila; Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Potter, Audrey, Richard, and Joyce. The following were visitors: Mrs. E. E. Clark, Mrs. Flora Lauster and Mildred and Lloyd, all of Big Stone City, S. D.; Jos. Johnson, Bode; Anna Alwood, West Union;, and Kathleen McClellan, Lu Verne. Mrs. J. W. Harris. Eldon Is teacher in a Chicago college. The Aid meets this week at Mrs. Raymond Black's; Mrs. Ed Francis, assisting hostess. Marie Harris and Milton Giddings went to Mason City Sunday to meet Milton's sister, Mrs. De Spence Bentley, and her daughter, who came from Birmingham, Ala., to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Giddings, Wesley. The W. C. Taylors spent Sunday at Rutland, and were met there by Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Johnson, Gilmore City, for a picnic dinner In a park. Mrs. Drusllla Noble spent Sunday at Lone Rock. Helen Wise, Plymouth, Is spending this week with her grandmother, Mrs. O. B. Wise. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richards, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests of the A. L. Greenfields. The Myrle Richards family, Lone Rock, came hildren day. 'Edward brmerly Wesley, is here,' visiting relatives. for the winter. local needy next fall an< tori. this They started, the return trip week Monday. Mrs. Clifford Cameron was formerly Ruth Watson. Frank Krdinau Loses Appendix — Prank Erdman underwent an appendicitis operation at a Fort Dodge hospital Saturday evening. It is reported that gangrenous infection bad started, The Erdmans have three children. Surprise for Mrs. Miller— A group of Algona friends went to O. L. Miller's home Sunday night for a party in honor of Mrs. Mil" ler's birthday. Cake and lee Cream were served. IRVINGTON NEWS The Rev. Mr. English preached Sunday on God's Mountains. The test was taken from Revelations, 21:10. Julius Studers to Chicago— Mr. and Mrs. Julius Stude; •started for Chicago Sunday night They will look after the marketing of a carload of cattle 'shipped Mon day night, and will then atten tlhe fair a few days, They will re turn by way of Milwaukee, and a St Joseph's aonvent there will vi sit Sisters Bernadette and Mira sisters of Julius. Mrs. Johnson Still Sick— Mrs. Anthony Johnson is stil sick. She 'has suffered witih tonsil $tis the last week, and is yet weak ifchough) her throat is 'better. Otfcer Wesley News. Mrs. De»pence (Bentley, Binning ham, Ala., arrived Sunday foi tlhree or four weeks with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Giddings and relatives. She was accompan ied by tier two-year-old daughter Ardis Rose. Her husband is a gov ernment chemist and inspector. Regular services will -be held a tiie Methodist church next Sunday morning worship, 10, Sundaj school, 11, Epworth League, 7:H evening services a 8. The Bibl study class meets Tuesday even ing; the preparatory menrbershir cl.i.<ss, Friday evening. Mr, and Mrs. Marion Paulson the Ole Floras, and Mi% Esther Skow accompanied Anna Johnson to Boone Friday to attend a Jubilee convention of the Swedish Free! church 1 . Mlsa Johnson remained, iand will go to Texas; the others have returned. Mrs. George Hanig, Ackley, Bister of Mrs. Paulina Hanig, Wes- came up to spend Sun- Kunz, Madison, Wis., for the afternoon. A number from here attended church at Wesley Sunday evening and saw moving pictures shown by the Rev. W. G. Muhleman. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Harris, son Lowell, St. Charles, 111., and Mr. Harris's mother, Mrs. J. W. Harris, and her daughters Mary and Marie were supper guests Friday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harris, Algona. Harry Is an uncle of Eldon. The party also called on Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Hansen, near Wesley, the same evening. Saturday evening the same group were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Anderson, Algona. Mrs. Anderson Is a sister of Eldon. DUTTON CLAN HOLDS ANNUAL REUNION HERE The 28th annual Dutton family reunion was held' at the fair grounds here Saturday with 96 relatives attending, as follows: Algona—Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Dutton, daughters Hazel and Donna Jean; Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Dutton, daughters Helen Carol and Kathryn, son Harold; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pierce, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutton, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Coleman, daughters Minerva, Phyllis, and Marcella, BOB Ross;' Mr. and Mrs. George Stell. Livermore—Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Koppen, daughter Eleanor, Vivian Dutton. Fenton—Mr. and Mrs. Ed Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell, sons Duane and Kenneth. Ledyard—Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden, son Harvey. Rlngsted—Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Chrlstensen. Forest City—Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Montgomery, son Pierce, Mr., and Mrs. C. Juhl. Spencer—Mrs. Arthur Horton, daughters Beverly, Joyce, and Phyllis. Lake Park—Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bamsey, son Horace; Mr. and Mrs. sons Miko M ™. Charles Velyn, Omaha—Mrs Waremont, son i, ct , ±, n r'?:. ""»"-*. Walker, . J. "crier, ^ a t*d Coi Elmore-—Mr Worden, Vina, sons t; Mr. son Harold; Mr* Ihle, Mr, and Mr-Tni son Marvin, Mr . ' ° f± gc "Z'.. s ?»o r v5i Marlon, and Robert, Fred d toner n tion s :on;rvo a ,,r eram monica music isT''' tors were rcad ^Blives. Officers for w - A. Button Mrs. Wallace 1935 secretary-treasurer McArthur Colts in R unaw , Farmer Badjj Lu Verne, JuneljI-Aln. farmer three miles eui Verne suffered a broke I Thursday. While he T with colts, one of them t between a spreader andl and fell on him, The 8 t near the knee, and the i near the ankle, were bro, Hefti was taken to Port] have the bones set, Mrs. Henry Hawley, daughter Naomi De Wilde, and the latter's daughter, Constance Joy, all of Mason City, came last Thursday to visit Mrs. Hawley's sister, Mrs. B. E. Sanders. Naomi went home Sunday night,- Mrs. Hawley and Constance Joy remaining. Naomi is stenographer for the Hardware Insurance Co., Mason City. The Eldon Harrises, St. Charles, 111., came last Thursday and till Sunday visited Eldon's mother, If Nature made your shirt, she would cut them as she modeled your body: with... ' THE NATURAL LINE TAPER SHOULDER TO WAIST Wilson Brothers Shirts are cut the natural way... up to size 16 1-2, with waist smaller than chest and shoulders. What that means is neater, more comforable fit freedom from the bun- glesome bagginess of shirts cut to unnatural proportions. Wilson Shirts of Taffeta Broadcloth add surpassing beauty and durability of fabric to the waist comfort of the V-LINE TAPER $1.55 1 For the one-man-in-ten whose waistline equals his chest measure, Wilson Shirts, sizes 17 and larger, give the same trim, comfortable fit. S teele's Algona Iowa We Celebrate the Fourth! And We Start Early: TORES Your Friend at Mealtime On Thursday mornlnJ Council Oak stores sfi Fourth of July Sale,] taring very special in all departments,' sale continues closing hour next! night. Canned Fruit Specials Peaches, sliced and halves, No. 2 1-2 can 16c California Apricots, No. 2 1-2 can ___17c Pineapple, slived & crushed, No. 2% can 19c June 28 to J Dill Pickles PICKLES . (Juart Jar... QUEEN OLIV Frosted Angel Food Cookies »>• 1! PEANUT BUTTER DRIED REEF Wafer Sliced, ^^•oz. 12c, 5-07. ... 18c Sardines, 3 Large Oval cans _„.. Q« !«,%«.*. Alaska Pink oalmon fal , „„,.„,• O Morning Light Fruit Selected fruit. Packed in Its own juice, I ery can full to the top. At these low ] you can well afford to repack this Jfo. 10 frnlt in glass jars. Genuine Bartlett Pears, can — .' Peaches, sliced and halves, can J Pitted Red Cherries, can California Apricots, can Black Raspberries, can Sum-R- Coffee Specials Council Oak Blend ,,, A strictly high grade coffee sold 0*7A only in the whole berry. ZliC "Tac-Cut" A delicioBs beverage and most inexpensive. Made in eight popular flavors. Assorted 5c Size Makes 28c size Makes l A mighty fine coffee. More caps per pound. . LB. Maxwell House, pound _________ 89c Sweet Santos Peaberry pound 19c JELLYBEANS Pound- >Assort«d FRUIT SLICES Cocoannt CHIP BLOCKS ICED CHEWS Pound- Pound- Pound- EdwardB' Cello Wrapped Crop PEAS "Blue Water" Sifted A sweet, tender, Maryland Tea. Price sabject to stock. NO. 8 CAN'I Superb Oats Quick and Regular, liarge Package 15c es and Kellpgg's Corn |(JM /Flakes,"Irg. pkg. ••"••' Clothes Kits Dime Cgl Carton- ¥ "l Fancy House Brooms Special Sale Price 39c First Prize Flour Quality guaranteed, 49-lb. bag __. _ $1.59 White Loaf Flour can't buy better flourMJ v nrice. 49-lb. bag- *•••" at any price, 49- Superb Fraser Elver Salmon One Found Flat Can 25c Virginia Sweet Potatoes 2 No. 2'/i cans 25c Superb MILK 3 Tall cans 17c Frvte-Gel The Ideal weather Gelalue Dessert. Make and serve In one hour Package 5c Smoked and Luncheon Meat* King Bologna, pound - 12c Club Frankfurters, 11», _______15c LARGE BOLOGNA Powid" In large beef casing. So nice to slice. Post Bran Flakes Package 9c Sumer Bacon SMOKED PICNICS ShaBklesB and hockless. fteat ly trimmed, Weight 4 to 5 ft* Walter Baker Premium Chocolate V 2 -lb. Cake 19c Calumet Baking Powder Pound Can 22c Kellogg's Whole Wheat Biscuit 2 Pkgs. 23c Blue' Pet S -i 5 Ola"'' 19(1 Bring in Your Kellogg Coupons.

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