Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1934 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 19, 1934
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" >ED WBP RATSI to furnish a rats to come So I jacked up the Wand ,of concrete. rrats and having per- don In .the crib, I KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE ALGONA, IOWA T.aiighlin Quinn, Woodstock, Minn., who took her home. She had spent the past few weeks here. Cool and Comfortable Wednesday-Thursday, July 18-19 and Mrs, Wilfred Ressiguie, MIRROR FALLS, GASHES GIRL AT SWEA CITY Swea City, July 18—Bertha Mae Kluger, 12-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kluger, was Injured last Thursday, when a large mirror fell from the wall, and broken glass cut a gash in her head, also the back side of her .,. right hand. She also suffered oth- I'lorence KrnsotiHky, Iowa er cuts about the face. Tho gashes camo Sunday for several days with were closed with stitches, and tho!' 101 ' grandmother, Mrs. J. C. Krc- victim of the accident is recover- jseiisky. * rrtt-1 f, «*nn 4-Virt or»r«t r»P o ri/-i!rlr»Tl (• i * '(H'l't flstln* m^MS,, 1110 wcck - (!n ' 1 |j!« ! . la "«""« ^''. fhilomena , r . T ,,J ,, r ' |Qinmi, to tho Okobojis Sunday and Mis. hi on Wiigoner wont to Chi- "he was there met by her brother cago Sunday for ton days with rol- T '" "' uu««-i, nt.ives. Marian lienson, Manly, came one day last, vi'oek for two weeks at tho C. H. Williams lioine. Loriane I rlnnr l " U1 Call Theatre Kvanston, 111., and their children! Tlornoy got homo Sun-:, Joan and Dick, are 'expected r , trlonda l"" 1 ^ *» ^o weeks with Wilfred's C Ily ' Gvnvcr and Uussnll Pratt, Mrs. T. II. Holmes. They will spond part of their vacation will) friends at Clear Lake. Wiliiim Nugent, Chicago, brought Mrs. NiiKpnt and their two sons hero Saturday for several weeks Ing. This was the sort of accident ......„,.,„..,,.„ nu ,c lt u W «UK» which might happen anywhere any-I ™ st union, wont homo yesterday,! with Mrs. Nugcnt's parents Mr time, but in fact seldom does hap-| a Lor il v { mi Slnco Sunday with the and Mrs. F. W. Dingley. Mr. Nu- vinnn,V'i l t U8 ' ( r-i. KBnt ' wll ° wont 1)ilck Monday,' will Vincent lorstnecr, Chicago, went .join his family here in August. Suiuhiy, a tor a visit since! Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Bourne moved week Tuesday with his sister, [into their home on east Elm street pen. Library Trustees Reappointcd— The library board met last week office for Ideas on ghotoe and farm struct- attra jean of servic*. of course, & SON ildlng Material | Phone 229 Monday, and Mrs. Walter Smith and Mrs. Anna Larson, whose terms had expired, were reappolnt- ed for 6-year terms. Mrs. Smith continues as president; H. T. Winters, vice president; Mrs. Larson, secretary. E. L. Hanson and Mrs. J. L. Vanx are the remaining board members, and Mrs. Vaux is chairman of the book committee. Farm Fire Set by Bolt— The fire company was called last week Wednesday night to the Rudy Hardt farm, a mile north of town, where, in an electrical storm, lightning struck an old barn or shed. Rain kept the blaze from spreading and the firemen soon had it under control. There were no stock in and the loss was Mrs. T. L. Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Horbst and tho! latter's sisters, Madonna and Philomena Quinn, spent Sunday at Miller's Bay, the Okobojis. Marguerite and Irone Dalziol, fhile at •——* Rodeo •——— torses may be wild BUT, [formaace of our Shell I gas is perfect. op for a fill at ;. Hoffman | Highway No. 169. . of Fairgrounds. yesterday. The interior has heen redecorated, and the outside has been painted. They had been at E. J. Murtagh's since they returned from their wedding trip two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson went to Chicago Sunday for sever-1 now of Ringstcd, spent Sunday il days at. the World's fair. They ----are daughters of Mrs. E. W. Lusby. Mr. and Mrs. Swen Lindborg, Lars LindborK, and Mrs. Ingerbord here. Mr. Stephenson is manager of the now White Cut-Rate grocery there, and Eldon Stoffel, who was manager when it was opened, \nVIAN RADKBAUGH, GREENE COUNTY, 4-H club girl, who won a * trip to the National Club camp in Washington, D. C., this summer on the strength of her record in homo furnishing and other girls' club activities, is shown at the right. The shelves shown in her room at the loft, made from an old organ music rack by .which she stands, is one example of her resourcefulness. Vivian did the entire work of furnishing her room as a part of her home furnishing club project, refinishing or making many of lite articles herself. the building, small. Kittcnball Is Popular Gamp— Klttenball is being played four tmes a week. '*he town is divided into four teams, and the best >layers are chosen to play against other towns. Last week Wednesday they played Grant, and won, 7-1, and Friday night they played Estherville, losing 4-2. Two Graduated by Institute— Bernlce Smith and Kathryn Thomson have completed the institute course and were graduated with a class at the Okobojis Sunday morning. This was the largest class ever graduated. There were 700 young people registered, and 90 were graduated. Off for Yisit at Denver— Mr. and Mrs. John Gillis left Martinson and her two children, all is now managing a Garner White of Minneapolis, visited Sunday at T. L. Larson's. Lloyd Pratt and Woodrow Sarchett spent Sunday and Monday at Cedar Pulls, looking over tho I. S. T. C. The two boys will go to col- lego in the fall. Dr. and Mrs. C. IT. Cretzmcyer, son Charles, and spent Sunday at daughter Waverly Jane with last Thursday for Denver for a two weeks vacation, and Mr. and Mrs. John Miller, Augusta, Wis., accompanied them. The women are sisters, and they are visiting a Brother, H. C. Davidson. Stroke Victim Again Stricken- Mrs. O. L. McNeill suffered a second stroke Monday. She is conscious most of the time, but is Mary and Margaret Cret/meyor, sisters of tho doctor. Tom Woatherwax, Des Moines, spent Sunday with his daughter Ardyce, who is spending a few weeks with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Nugent. The Rev. and Mrs. C. Max Buck, Des Moines, and their three children came Sunday for a week with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. White. Mrs. Buck is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. White. Senator and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson and tho former's secretary, Rex Nelson, left Monday to attend the state republican convention at Des Moines. They expected to be away for several days. The Rev. and Mrs. M. Lingwall, Harcourt, came Monday for a few days with the Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjostrand. The two ministers attended the Rock Island Lutheran seminary together. Mrs. Sallie Kranz arrived Sunday to be with her daughter, Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles, for a time. She spent the winter with a son at Pasadena, Calif. Mrs. Kranz spent two weeks in Hawaii. Mary Streit and her niece, Catherine Streit, went to Chicago Sun- store. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Christiansen got home yesterday from Rochester, Minn., where they had spent a week or ten days. Mrs. Christiansen, who went through the Mayo clinic, had a blood transfusion from her husband one day last week. Mrs. Vera Walters will return to Des Moines this week-end, after several days here with friends. She makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. M. W. Jacobs, the former Beth Walters. Mrs. Walters has aeen the guest here of the William icermgs. Mrs. B. M. Southgate returned Deposits in Three Kossuth Banks Are Insured to $5,000 Under provisions of a recent act of congress the insurance of deposits in all banks which are members of the Federal Deposit Insurance corporation was stepped up from $2500 to $5,000. In this county this applies to the Iowa State bank, Algona, the Exchange State bank, Wesley, and the Farmers State bank, Whittemore. Deposits in other Kossuth banks are not insured, but this does not mean that they are not safe. Many banks eligible te join the corporation do not care to go to the expense involved in membership, and besides they are not worrying about moderate losses in deposits to insured banks, because all well run banks now have more money on deposit than they can find profitable and safe use for. MYP>NA GEORGE BREKT f«r League Group Home From the Okobojis The Rev. and Mrs. Victor Schuldt returned Monday afternoon with an Epworth League delegation which spent last week at the Okobojis attending an institute. The Schuldts served as chaperons. In the League group were Robert Richardson, Richard Post, Ella Mae Johnson, Arlene Granzow, Margaret Stephenson, Barbara Haggard, Barbara Hudson, and Ruth Empting, the atter of Des Moines, the guest of Arlene Granzow. Mr. Schuldt supplied at the Methodist church here during the Rev. C. V. Hulse's absence. Mrs. Schuldt is a daughter of the Hulses. After the "Thin Man" see Myrna Loy at her best with a new lover, Geo. Brent. New News—Comedy Tuesday, July 24 Bank night. JOAN BTaONDELT, WARREN WIT J JAM EDW. EVERETT HORTON in "Smarty" News Comedy Friday, July 20 It's a a fine show. After the depression. Look at the cast! OllVia n> U 8 K I . NIXON M All I H > tlitr •<-•«.* CKABII WE'RE RICH ACAII KO-KAOlO flC'IIU News—Comedy Saturday Special Fun for the family. EL BRENDEL JOHN BOLES LILLIAN HARVEY in "Lips Betray" El Brendel as chauffeur to that king is a riot. —and— LITTLE SHIRLEY TEMPLE in "Managed Money" A comedy. Serial News Scrappy! Sunday and Monday, July 22-23 IVI LBSiUJE HOWAK Pharmacists of 5 Counties in Meet growing weaker, and many friends are much concerned about her condition. Get your EER at the Imoke ihop pays cool and fresh ' the glass, bottle or case *rant Township Has Homecoming Grant township held a homecoming at the Ward's park Fairmont, Sunday. day for a week with relatives and to see the World's fair. Mary is having a two weeks vacation from her duties at the Goeders store. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Richardson, the George Johnsons, and M. P. Haggard drove to the 'Okobojia Sunday to bring home a group of Other Swea City. Margaret Heges and Raymond Sehrader, Rochester, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thomson. Miss Hegeri, who is on vacation, is a graduate nurse from the Mayo hospital, where she completed her course last month. She is a sister of Mrs. Kenneth Thomson. The Rev. Mr. McDowell and his family, Mrs. F. J. Thomson, and Eugene and Marion Thomson spent last week Tuesday at the Ok- obojis, on the Methodist camp grounds, where a Swea City group of Leaguers were attending insti- Monday from Britt, where she had spent a week with friends. Her daughter Priscilla also got home Monday from Marshalltown, where she had spent two weeks at a Y. W. C. A. camp. They now live with the T. T. Herbst. Mrs. Harry Duryea, of Mclntire, Mitchell county, and her sister-in- law, May Duryea, New York City teacher, were here from last week Wednesday till Saturday. Mrs. )uryea is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. M. Frost and a sister of Mrs. F. L. Tribon. Mr. and Mrs. Don Allan, Davenport, left Monday for a vacation in northern Minnesota. Mrs. Allan, the ormer Mildred Kresensky, had spent a few weeks with her mother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky. Mr. Allan, a reporter on the Davenport Democrat, came Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl S. Pearson and the latter's sister, Norine Greiner, went to Milwaukee Monday for a week with relatives. They were also to visit the fair at Chicago. Carl is deputy county auditor, and Mrs. Pearson is deputy district court clerk. R. D. McCarthy, San Francisco, came Saturday for a visit till to- Wesleyan Teacher at Ward-Belmont Wesley, July 18—Margaret Looft, local girl who has taught Home Economics and other subjects here for the last two years, has asked the school board for a release to accept a position at the Ward Belmont school for girls, Nashville, Tenn., where she has been elected instructor in foods and nutrition. School there begins September 19, but Margaret leaves for Ames this week Thursday to attend the last session of summer school. 4 Stillmans Off for Tonr. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stillman leave this morning for a two weeks vacation trip. They expect to visit at Cody, "Wyo., Yellowstone Park, Denver, and other western points, Mrs. Stillman once 'lived at Cody Her mother, Mrs. Minnie Holland Maxwell, is caring for Ann Still- Druggists in this district of the state association had a meeting at Estherville last Thursday night, ,nd Messrs. James, Lusby, Borchardt, and Sorensen attended. Mr. 'ames is group chairman, and the district consists of Kossuth, Emmet, Palo Alto, Dickinson, and Clay counties. There were 32 druggists n attendance. This was not a code meeting. Topies related to pharmacy and drugs were discussed. LESLIE HOWARD Algona's favorite actor. Micky Mouse News Comedy Wesley Mrs. Bertha Looft and her daughters Margaret and Johnette, returned Saturday evening, following a ten-day visit at Chicago and the Wisconsin Dells. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Seydel, Keota, accompanied the family of their daughter, Mrs. Glenn "W. Giddings, here Friday,-and in the afternoon went to Worthington, Minn., to visit relatives. The Study club will be entertained for breakfast at Mrs. Vin- man during the parents' absence, cent Doughan's this week Tuesday. boys and girls who spent last week at an Epworth League camp. Mr. and Mrs. Call Dickinson, Des Moines, and their two children left Sunday. Mrs, Dickinson and the children had spent two weeks with Senator and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson, and Call spent the week-end here. Mrs. H. E. Paul, Portland, Ore., visited local friends over the weekend. She was en route home after a visit at Clear Lake with her brother, W. L. Mitchell, and was the guest here of Mrs. G. L. Dai- ton. tute. Mr. and Mrs. August Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. John Schuler, and B. F. Rhodes attended an Odd Fellows picnic and homecoming at Mason City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. daughter Ha attending the FOE itj=olks ' and Peppy All Summer We losing Fat the Safe T-neMght Way. the thousands of letters |we give you this one from jjoung man, " m. old. I weighed 210 one year ago when I 1 »ke Kruscheu Salts off Gushing and their were also there. Esther Smith is day with Mrs. George H. Free. He attended a Shriner convention at Minneapolis, and from there went to Chicago for the World's fair. Af- ;er visits at points in Iowa he will go home. Mr. McCarthy, who is a cousin of Mrs. Free, is instructor In a San Francisco high school. Philomena Quinn, who is spending a few weeks here, was a guest of honor at a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park last Thursday evening. Others attending were Meredith Lathrop, Kathleen Holtz- FOUR CORNERS NEWS EXTRA BIG FOOD SAVINGS THIS WEEK 'WltRE ECONOMY RUUS GRAPE-NUTS SWANSDOWN 25c 31 c Pkg. 27c CERTO 8-oz. bottle COFFEE Maxwell House Cake Flour, pkg, £OST TOASTBES tb. pkg, 2 for COST'S BRAN 2 for FLAKES, 16-oz. 23c World's fair. She is instructor in public school music in the Fenton high schools, and has heen reelected. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Alden Meadows, Anderson, Ind., have been visiting Alden's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. McAdams, and will also visit brother Paul at Eyota, month s- lost to take " Iast 3 . I feel better, look . in every way. I want."— Mr. d, Miami, Fla, unsightly fat with gain in. health for ' Polaona and acid and full of pep this one h^ tea . of hot water Get it at B. W. Drug Store, or •ewing lachines •Alden's Minn. Mrs. Cecil Griffith and her children returned last week Monday from Kanawha, where they had been since the birth of a son last month. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hillplger and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hlllpiger, Pilot Grove, spent Sunday with their grandmother, Mrs. William Morris. Darlene Kesler is attending a state Baptist assembly at Iowa Falls. She accompanied H. N. Kruse and a Miss Evans from Algona. Mrs. J. F. Holliday, Morning Sun, and her daughter Helen have been visiting at the John Gillis home. Mrs. Holliday is an aunt of Mrs. Gillis. Ray Smith, Howard Krumm, and John Walker have returned from Chicago, where they spent ten days at the World's fair. Mary Jane Seylor is at Cedar Rapids, taking post-graduate work. She accompanied Miss McGowan Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Berggren attended meetings at the Methodist camp grounds at the Okobojis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Householder, Lone Rock, spent Sunday with the William Barkers. Mrs. Ivan Elliott and her son George spent last week with relatives at Plover. Mrs. Chas. Edwards has return- Mrs. C. E. Handier, Plover, spent last week at her son E. C. Handler's. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Handier, Mason City, were Sunday guest;s of the Hanchers and took the elder Mrs. Hancher home that night. Dr». C. H. Cretzmeyer, Dr. M. G. Bourne, and W. T. Peters, the latter pf Burt, attended an Austin Flint medical meeting at Clear Lake last week Wednesday. Next year's meeting will be held at Fort Dodge. Mrs. E. A, Paschke, Echo, Minn., and her children, Jean and Mar- lorie went home last Thursday, after] a week with Mrs. Paschke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Herman. Mr. Paschke is M. & St. L. agent a Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Chubb, Minneapolis, went home Sunday, after a visit since Friday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Chubb. William is employed In the collection department of Dun & bauer, Alice.Behlmer, Backus. Miss Quinn and still Betty keeps Bradstreet Mrs '- Andrew Larson, who is u .^ r , B her home with her son T L Larson, has been confined to bed since Sunday. She has been in poor health during the last few months Gerljrude Farrell, Whittemore, is Ca ffip f Mne he Murtagh and Eleanor BBCIUS spent Sunday with loca relatives and friends. JowpW™ \ employed in the offices of the Col lector of Internal Revenue, Des Moifes, and Eleanor attends busl house for her brother Laughlin, manager of a lumberyard at Wood- tock, Minn. The Rev. and Mrs. 0. E. Parrett, Hartsville, Ind., brought home the atetr's mother, Mrs. L. J. Malueg, ast Thursday. Mrs. Malueg had vi- ited the Parretts two weeks. The Barretts expect to go home today. Mrs. Parrett is the former Lucille Vlalueg, and her husband is pas- or of the Methodist church at Hartsville. Mr. and Mrs. Iver Swanson, St. Paul, and their child•en, Vernon and Charlotte, spent he week-end with the Maluegs. When you are at the Ambrose A. Call state park call on Mrs. Paul Wille, the custodian's wife, and have her show you her rock--garden and fish pool. She has spent hours of toil in landscaping the grounds around the home. - She leads you down a flight of stone steps and then by a winding path among the trees to the pool, where approximately 100 goldfish come up to feed. The pool is of cement Mrs. Tobin, of Renneslaer, Ind., I Joe; roll call, suitable books for spent Saturday night and Sunday | children; a children^ program, lo- with the Carl Seips, and Mrs. Ks-f * ""--' '*""•*• ° v " tella Seip accompanied her home for a week's visit. 'She also plans to visit at Cullom, 111. Maxine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fraser, Burt, is staying with Mrs. Seip and the children. Duane DeMuth, who had been at C. N. Robinson's, ' was taken home to Milford recently with a badly infected foot causeed by stepping on a nail. He was given a treatment for lockjaw, and the reaction put him in bed several days. The first meeting of the new year for the F. C. Mothers & Daughters club will be held today with Mrs. Alice Ditsworth: song, Old Black na and Thelma Witham in charge. Mrs. J. P. Nickerson came home Saturday from Britt, where she jad spent ten days with the Fern Hulings. Mrs. Huling was seriously ill with infection of the kidneys, but is now able to be up and around. Mr. and Mrs. Nate Robinson, Sarasota, Fla., who had spent a few days at Chester Robinson's, left last week Tuesday to visit relatives at "Spencer and Spirit Lake. Farmers in this vicinity are having a time of it to cut oats between showers. The grain is ripe. Many started Monday. Heinz Soups Except consomme and Clam Chowder. 2 med. cans. Snnnyfield Corn Flakes pkgS. Iowa State Brand Butter ib. 27c Fresh Country; Eggs BOZ. I3c FOR SALE— ONE .HEREFORD I today.— McNess Co., Dept. B, Free- bull, 17 months old,— A; C. Bjus- 4 * trom, Whittemore. 12u44-45 port, 111. surrounded by rocks, and shaped like the sole of a it is shoe. WateTlettuce, hyacinths, and water lilies, many of the lilies in bloom, grow in the pool. Mrs. Wille showed us where some intruder had stolen flowers from her flower beds a few nights ago. She also explained that she had not been feeling so well, due to the fact that about a week before she fell across a chair and fractured a bone in her face, and this had been paining her considerably. GETS THE CREAM—VEGA Separators, $77.50 Users biggest boosters.—See Bjustrom's, Algona. 12u31tf FOR SALE—10 HEAD HOL- steins, 5 males, 5 2-year-olds now fresh.—H. F. Mittag 3F11, Lone Rock. 16P43-44 REMEMBER! WHEN YOU BUY tires—Gambles give you a guarantee against all road hazards except puncture, fire and theft. There are over 900 Gamble Stores and Gamble Agencies in 14 N. W. states. 32-34 ALGONA RESIDENCE PROPERTY for sale: 6-room modern house, full lot, double garage; all in good repair. Inquire H. V. Hull, examiner in charge. 23u42-44 Broadcast Devilled Ham n 3-oz. cans. 15c Coconog A delicious Choc, drink ean. Oxydol or Rinso FOR SALE OR TRADE — MAM- moth Missouri Jack, age 8 yrs and sound, wt, 1000 Ibs., guaranteed breeder. Will take cash, cattle, horses, hogs, or what have you? See Dan Long, or Vera's Service Station. call at 36s44 FOR SALE—HERRICK REFRIG- erator. 50-lb. ice capacity. Finish and interior in good condition, large enough for average size family. Call Advance. §42 PORTLAND BRIEFS NOW IS THE TIME TO PAINT— good weather and with right prices at Gamble Stores. Outside white, $1.69 gal., 5 gal. lots. Red barn, 98c—i-ln. brush, 98c. 28-44 daughters, Dubuque, and Kenneth Trenary is spending a «- -i. TJ we Pairing all makes. ny -sell, or tr^de used S, J a very go0 d used to rsale. Furniture ed, after a month at a Fairmont. hotel at Lost Money Returned. Lone Rock, July 18 — Ralph Priebe had the misfortune to lose his pocketbook Friday while he was unloading coal. It contained a number of dollars and -some papers. Saturday it was returned to him intact, showing there are —° honest.wen living yet. at Herb Trenary's, near La- Viola is visiting at Sarah ,ulte ill Th mas MVENPORT St., gathered at Trenary's Sunday for the l Shipler came home two STEADY WORK—GOOD PAY—RE- liable man wanted to call on farmers in Kossuth county. No experience or capital needed. Write night visitors last Wednesday W. J. Stewart's. The Portland Progressive club will have a wiener roast at C. K. Sigsbee's this Thursday afternoon in place of their regular meeting. Mrs. Bishop, of Algona, will give a talk Mrs. Dlttmer and daughter Josephine, Algona, spent one day last week at C. E. Sigsbee's. Mrs. Verald Smith, John and Josephine, came Thursday from Milwaukee, Wis., to spend a couple of months with Mrs. Smith's par- r daughter Joan, of Whittier, Calif-, are visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zanke, and other rela- Steers at Rodeo NTERNATIONAL MANUFACTUR- er has position for reliable man ,.ith car In this locality. Only men nterested In permanent work anc apable of earning above ordinary ncome need respond.—Apply Prat lectric Co.. Algona, Iowa. 33p43-4 Sunbrite Cleanser cans. 13c Grandmother's BIG TWIST Bread O 24-oz. Loaves. 17c Peaches, Calif. Elberta, box $1.09 Carrots, bunch 5c Head Lettuce, size 60, 2 for ISc Red Maluga Grapes, 2 Ibs. 25c Lemons, size 300, dozen S8c Cantaloupe, standard 45, each lOc Seminole Tissue RolW. 25c Grandmothers Rolls Pan 6c Doz.. Candy Orange Slices Encore Prepared Spaghetti^ 4 cans. 26 C Ann Page Beans J 16-oz. cans- Lifebouy Soap O cakes -IoC| 20 Mule Team Borax 2 16-oz. pkgs.. THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA CO. Middle w t . itc ,n D, SEASON POOL PRICES LOWERED— Season ticket's for the balance of the year will be half price. Adults season tickets for the balance of the year •will be $1.50; children, from 10 to 15, fl; and children under JO at 50 cents. The family season ticket for 15 swims is not changed. Go to the pool these hot days and cool off with a refreshing swim. Everything needed can be obtained at the pool at & reasonable price, ,,, i' Glass Replacement Service Auto Glass replaced while you wait. Ford and Chevrolet windshields installed for $3.50. Non shatter glass ,,___,__ T .___ $5.50 A new low price ou window glass, GENERAL TIRES You can buy General passenger and truck tires for the same price as you would pay for any standard make of tires. JOE GREENBERG Phone 118 Wtea «»' *w* tf 5Uw« **W im «T«« *toi«ifW

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