Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 26, 1934 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT HURSDAY ,,,. r Baseball SUNDAY, JULY 29 ALGONA VS FAIRMONT GRANT FOLKS HAVE ANNUAL HOMECOMING Grant twp., July 25—The second annual Grant homecoming picnic was held Sunday at Ward's park, Fairmont. There were 125 pres- day, and in honor _of the ent, including; people from Grant, " Kuth Clement Seren; 1'nrty— Ruth Ann Clement observed her seventh birthday anniversary Fri- Titonka. Bancroft, Swea City, Led- vard. and Fairmont, Blue Earth, entertained little friends occasion between the hours of 3 and 5 p. m. at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Truman. The president, Mrs. C. H. Clement. The afternoon was Fairgrounds 2;45 P. M. Admission 25cand lOc on I miss SEEING THE NEW HOOVERS while the Hoover men are here The Hoover men can call on only a limited number of homes while they are in town. If you want to make sure of a home * showing of the beautiful ? new streamlined Hoovers, * with built-in electric inite appointment by phone with us. v These new Sentinel Series Hoovers have been designed by famous stylists. With new lightweight Dusting Tools, they offer a complete home-cleaning equipment. SPECIAL TERMS on Hoovers, with Dusting Tools, while Hoover men are here. HOOVER OWNERS Your cleaner inspected FREE The Hoover men will, on request, inspect and adjust Hoovers nowinuue.lNocharge. Replacements, it required, will be made at lowest cost. Leave your name for this service. John Speicher, Fairmont, and all other officers were re-elecetd. The afternoon's program consisted of the history of Grant township, 1880 to 1004, by Mrs. Speich- jer; history from 1904 to 1934, G. W. Anderson, of Grant township; reading, C. H. Chambers; humorous reading, Florence Patterson; remarks by Manus Lloyd, of Blue Earth; Mrs. Cora Hutchinson, Mrs. J. Brones, Mrs. Alex Bishop, and Simon Seversou, Swea City; Louis Speicher and Reuben Lutter, Fairmont; Lark Reynolds, Grant; and Arthur Newton, East Chain. Next year's meeting will be held in Grant, and a committee was appointed to select the location. Y. 1*. S. Piling Wiener Roast— Thirty-five young people attended a Y. P. S. meeting at A. M. Tokheim's Friday evening. Muriel Payne, Dorothy Colwell, and Norman Boevers were in charge of re- Blair, Marjorie Anderson, entertainment; and Lois Zielske, devotions. The next meeting will be a wiener roast and social at a i gravel pit south of Swea City. freshments; Dale Mino, and Delmar i Social Tomorrow Night— I The Grant Aid will have an ice I cream social at the I this Friday evening. schoolhouse A program spent at games, after which lunch was served. Guests were Maxine Caldwell, Joan Lyon. Marjorie Dewel, Marilyn Tweet, Robert and Betty Donovan, Wayne, James and Donald Will, Mavis Briggs, Helen Johnson, Joyce Sterling, Jack, Maxine and Charlotte Guy, Lu Verne, Phydelis, Lucius, and Winifred Connelly and Patrick Clement, Bancroft, Jack Colt, Chicago, and Sonny Whitehlll, Lu Verne. Itoynl Neighbors Have Picnic— A group of Royal Neighbors had a picnic dinner at the West Bend park Tuesday noon. In attendance were Mrs. Oscar Anderson, son Lyle, Mrs. H. W. Post, Mrs. George Scuffham, son James, Mrs. John Bockes, Joyce and Kenneth, Mrs. J. J. Dooley, Mrs. Mayme Roeder, Mrs. Robert Carney, Fern and Margaret Frances, a Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. Arthur Helburg, Durwood and Shirley, Mrs. Harvey Coleman, Mrs. Meta Palmer, Mrs. Andrew Godfredson, Frances Godfredson, and Donna Jean Reeves. HEAT (Continued from page 1.) is every promise of a good corn crop. Corn is already generally tassled out, but is a comparatively short stand. Even It there is continued drought, there is little fear I?rkC£?«fV77f that the corn crop will not mature. I\U&eiV«H Trees Show Drought. Knickers Sell At lOc a Pair Elmer Taylor Birthday Honored— A birthday dinner was served at Aaron Taylor's Sunday in honor of his father Elmer Taylor's 60th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Taylor, who now live at Spencer, drove to Algona Saturday, with Mr. and sion charge of lOc. will be presented, with an admis- Mrs. Wm. Taylor (no relation), also Spencer, and went home Sunday. Also present were Mrs. Alley I JGonaway, sister of Elmer, and Mr, of Des Home from World's Fair— Alice Mayne and Margaret Kiel-laud Mrs. Orie Chambers, Here's another one from the Blue Earth Post about "Rosy" [Kntz] Itosewnll and his men's clothing store— When Itnsewall and his two trusty clerks, Williams and Chilson, opened up the store for their special sale Inst Thursday, they were greeted by nn enthusiastic group of customers. liuying was brisk. Every department was busy, but the item that received most attention was the knickers. Filed a dozen high, about 120 pair of wool, khaki, and cotton knickers in all colors and shades were being sold at a dime a pair. Most customers in the knick- er department asked for a certain size, a certain color and material. Clerks and proprietor were astounded when a gentleman pushed up to the table and ordered 15 pair of knickers. "What size do you wish?" asked Rosy. "Just mix them up Mister, you can't go wrong, I've got a boy to fit every size you wrap up," replied the customer. And he left the store with the 15 pair of knickers in assorted sizes bundled under his arm. Fifteen boys, ages 3 to 18, were outfit- ed at n total cost of $1.50! Papa smiled happily just to think of it. The results of the spring drought arc still seen here In the foliage of trees and bushes. Loaves on trees are stunted and are comparatively scarce, so that sunlight filters through. Many bushes have few leaves. All fruit is scarce and stunted. Lawns are still green for the recent week of daily rains. There was promise ot cooler weather yesterday, and a few drops of heavy rain fell early in the morning, but by 10 a. m. the tem- jperatures were climbing. At that I hour a thermometer in the Advance shop registered S5 degrees. Temperatures Lower Here. The official temperature record here for the last week seems mild in comparison with records reported elsewhere, but humidity left over from the rains of week before last has probably made the heat fully as unbearable, if not more so. The figures reported by L. M. Merritt, official weather observer here, follow: High July 18 89 jjuly 19 97 July 20 —_ July 21 July 22 July 23 July 24 scribed real estate, residing in the City of Algona, Iowa, to-wit: Blocks Two Hundred Thirty- seven (237) and Two Hundred Thirty-eight (238) of Call's State Street Addition to Algona, Iowa. The North Twenty-two rods of the South Forty-one rods of Auditor's Plat of the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section Two (2), Township Ninety-five (95), North, Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth county, Iowa. Blocks Two Hundred Twenty-four (224), Two Hundred Twenty-five (225), and Twq Hundred Twenty-six (226), of Call's Addition to the City ot Algona, Iowa; ske, Ledyard, returned Saturday I from a week at Chicago and the I Century of Progress exposition. ORDER LIMITS CLAM FISHING TERRITORY Today's issue of an Outdoor Iowa news pamphlet put out by the state fish and game department lists places in Iowa rivers where clams may not be taken, and of local interest is a note that clams may not be taken in the east branch of the Des Moines river, which has for its upper boundary Tuttle lake in incoln township, Emmet county nd for its lower boundary the Mil- •aukee railway bridge at Algona. Ividently the clams may still be aken in the river between Algona and Fort Dodge. Also of interest is that the fed- :ral hunting dollar stamp will soon ie on sale at postoffices in towns f over 2,500. It will be twice the ize of a special delivery stamp and vill be required of everyone over 6 who hunts migratory water- owl. The stamp must be affixed to he state hunting license. The sale of these stamps will irovide funds for consei'vation of nigratory waterfowl. The stamp hows a waterfowl scene drawn by J. N. (Ding) Darling, now chief of he biological survey, U. S. Depart- uent of Agriculture. Moines, friends of Mrs. Conaway. There were ten at the dinner table. Elmer is a former well known Kossuth hog breeder. ('. C. Dance Draws Crowd— Despite hot weather, 61 couples attended a Country club dance Monday evening, when Cec Hurst's orchestra furnished music. Melvin Miner and Perry White received free tickets for the next dance. Tiny Little's band, which proved popular at a recent engagement here, will return for the next dance, August 6. Advance tickets are now on sale at the James drug store and the Misbach and HOOVER It LIGHTS. as it fleuts , as it Sweep* , as it Cleans , PRATT ELECTRIC CO, Phone 17O Nearly everyone stops at— Hotel KIRKWODD sMoines 'A Room and bath for two and a half DULL HEADACHES GONE SIMPLE REMEDY DOES IT Headaches caused by constipation are gone after one dose of Ad- lerlka. This cleans poisons out «f BOTH upper and lower bowels finds bad sleep, nervousnea3. — B. W. Lusby, Druggist. Steele clothing stores. This sale will end on Saturday prior to the dance. H. A. Norman Birthday Observed— Mrs. H. A. Norman entertained at last Thursday Mr. Norman's Athletic Show is Featured at Burt Burt, July 2-1 — A good-sized crowd attended an athletic show here last week Tuesday evening, Runt" Schrader. The a surprise party night in honor of birthday anniversary. The entertainment consisted of cards, after which a Dutch lunch was served. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Holmes Jr., Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wolcott, Mr. and Mrs. Mart Swanson, Thos. Stephenson, Lee Reid, Mrs. Eva Deim, Bertha E. Johnson, and Mrs. A. Anderson. Another "Scavenger Hunt" Party— Betty Berry entertained nine girls at a scavenger hunt last Thursday night. They were sent out in groups of three, and the group consisting of Kathleen Holtzbauer, Laura Hansen, and Eleanor Lamuth won a prize. Late that night lunch was served. Other guests were June Adel Aman, Alice and Eleanor Payne, Evelyn Van Allen, Janet Zerfass, and Catherine Selzer. REEMPLOYMENT MEN OF 7 COUNTIESJEET HERE A district conference of federal reemployment officials was held at the 'courthouse Tuesday evening, with T. A. T.rauger in charge. Rep- rsentatives from Storm Lake, Forest City, Spirit Lake, Estherville, j Spencer, Emmetsburg, and Garner were present. The meeting was held as a school of instruction in statistics, and Glenn Brockway, state statistical superintendent of Iowa agencies, spoke. Gertrude Armstrong, Oelwein, is new statistical clerk for this district, and is employed at the local office. All statistics for the district of seven counties are handled here. The new paving project for four miles south of Algona will be handled by men registered at the employment office, also the labor on a sewer project at Whittemore and a road resurfacing north of Whittemore. These three projects will provide work in this county yet .99 .100 -99 -99 -99 Low 70 70 72 73 73 74 71 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, S3. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, on a judgment rendered in said Court on the 26th day of June, 1934, in favor of The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, as plaintiff, and against the South Half (S%) of the Southeast Quarter (SEM) of the Southeast Quarter (SE%) of the Southwest Quarter (SWVt) and the Northwest Quarter (NWVi) of the Southeast Quarter (SE%) of Section Twenty-seven (27) in Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, containing 160 acres, more or less, according to the government survey thereof, as defendant, for the sum of Eighteen Thousand Eight Hundred Forty-one and ($18,841.13) Dollars and sponsored by events were Stewart and C. C. Tarty Tuesday Night— as follows: Eddie The next country club evening Donald Ringsdorf wrestled, the decision being a draw. In a boxing match Chas. Schraeder won a decision over Ray Brayton, Algona. "Runt Schrader" and Louis Wildin, Algona, boxed to a draw. The boxing match between Herb Curtis, Elmore, and John Cosgrove, Titonka, also resulted in a draw. Frank Bauer, Swea City, threw Alf Gardner, Blue Earth, in a wrestling match. Joe Bloom, Algona, acted as announcer, and Paul Hammil, Algona, was referee. * Ex. R. R. Agent at Lu Verne Suicides Lu Verne, July 24—Word was received Monday that L. L. Ramer, formerly C. & N. W. agent here, had taken his life by hanging himself at the home of his mother at Eagle Grove Saturday ni^ht. Mr. Ramer was a world war veteran and had not been able to ••.vork much because of poor health since he left Lu Verne about four years ago. Funeral services were to be held Monday morning. His wife, two daughters Mildred and Muriel, party will be held next Tuesday night, with the following committee in charge: D. P. Smith, chairman, Mrs. D. H. Goeders, Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles, Mrs. W, A. Lorenz, Mrs. H. B. White, W. A. McCullough, W. T. Daughan, G. W. Stillman, E. C. McMahon, and Dr. W. T. Peters, Burt. Picnic Honors Two Visitors- Gertrude Flemmiug, Forest City, left yesterday, after several days with Helen Dingley and other friends here. Tuesday night Miss Flemming and Mrs. R. W. Bailey, Philadelphia, formerly Maroa Keith, were guests of honor at a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call stale park. Boise, Ida., Guests Honored— Fred Kent Jr., entertained 20 boys and girls at a dancing party at the Country club clubhouse Friday night in honor of his cousins, Jaca- quelin and Whit Wilson, Boise, Ida. After dancing refreshments Trucker Known Here is Marooned by Strike Irvington, July 25—Mr. and Mrs. ioris Crawford, Minneapolis, are stranded in Chicago, awaiting the end of the Minneapolis strike. Mr. Crawford, who owns a large truck and does interstate trucking, went o Chicago more than a week ago, accompanied by Mrs. Crawford. He lad been engaged to take a truck- oad back to Minneapolis, but his employers will not permit him to start with it, fearing the Minneapo- 'is strikers may demolish the ;oods. The Crawfords have been attending the world's fair in the meantime. Their sons, Dean anc Gerald, are spending the summer with relatives in Algona. his mother and a cago, survive. | were served, Other Society News. The Royal Neighbors will meet this evening at 8 with Mrs. Harvey Coleman. Because of hot weather brother m Chi- the meeting will be short, but it is the regular meeting. Here's Another Ex-Algonian Enthused Over California Many of the older Algonians remember C. L. McFarland, who came here from Emmetsburg and was active in Algona in the war period. For the last 15 years he has lived at Long Beach, Calif., and a letter he wrote recently to Mr. and Mrs. William Hartley, Sexton, shows that he has become an ardent California booster. The McFarlands and the Hart- leys are old and warm friends, and under date of July 15 Mr. CcFar- land wrote to persuade them to spend the coming winter in California. If they do, he writes, they will be certain to make the coast their home. Mr. McFarland said that be had lived in 17 states and two foreign countries—Canada and Mexico— but is now settled for the rest of his life. "The climate is grand, the scenery beautiful, and the people of the best," he said. He has lived at Long Beach ever since he left Algoua, and not a flake of snow has fallen there. Yet only 40 miles away j avers, are no worse than tornadoes, and he wold in the mountains snow in winter falls to a depth of 20 feet. Long beachers swin in the ocean the year around. The earthquakes, Mr. McFarland Iowa's rather hear an earthquake rumble than a sharp Iowa clap of thunder. The earthquakes do no damage to we] built buildings, particularly build ings of frame construction. The McFarlands are living a ful life at Long Beach. "Old as we are," he writes, "We go to a dance twice a week and to card parties two or three times a week. I have made more money here than I di< in all the time I lived in Iowa, am have a better time doing it.". Up to the time Mr. McFarlanc wrote there had been but one goo< rain since May 1, but vegetation seemed to be flourishing never theless, for be said: "You should see our flowers. Flowers certainly do well here, and they are my bob by. his summer and fall. 13/100 costs, taxed at Two Hundred Forty-two and 01/100 ($242.01) Dollars and accruing costs, I have levied upon the following described real property as the property of the said B. H. Gould and Frances Gould to satisfy said execution, to-wit: The South Half (S%) of the Southeast Quarter (SE%) the Southeast Quarter (SEy t ) of the Southwest Quarter (SW%) and the Northwest Quarter (NW*4) of the Southeast Quarter (SEi4) of Section Twenty- seven (27) in Township Ninety-six 96) North, Range Twenty-nine (29) West of the 5th Principal Merdian, containing 160 acres, more or less, according to the Government survey thereof; and 1 will proceed to sell said prop erty, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy sale execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand on the 18th day of August, 1934 at the east door of the Court House in Algona, in Kossuth county Iowa, at the 'hour of 10 o'clock a m., of said day, when and wher due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated ibis 18th day of July 1934. Minister Here is 'Prisoner at Bar The Rev. C. Paul Carlson played the role of "Prisoner at the Bar 1 in an Anti-Saloon league play presented at the Methodist church ai Britt Sunday as a feature of union ihurch services. Other characters were portrayed by Britt residents The same play was presented heie a few months ago. Mr. Carlson will also participate in a presema- :ion of the play at Wesley next Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Edw Sheehan accompanied him to Britt CARL DAHLHAUSER, Sheriff of Kosauth County, Iowa. By Casey I,osa, Deputy. Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan, Plaintiff's Attorneys. 45-4 ORDINANCE NUMBER 1»S« AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHINC A RESTRICTED RESIDENCE DISTRICT WITHIN THE CIT OF ALGONA, IOWA, AND PRO VIDING A PENALTY FOR TH VIOLATION THEREOF. WHEREAS, there has been file in the office of the Clerk of th City of Algona, Iowa, a petition signed by more than sixty per cen of the owners of the following de ZPosttion Wanted D WANT asking for the establishment of a restricted residence district, to include the above described real estate, therefore, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF ALGONA, IOWA: Section One. That the hereinafter hounded property located in the Second ward of the City of Algona, Iowa, be and the same is hereby designated and established as a restricted residence district, to-wit: Commencing at the southwest corner of the north twenty-two rods of the south forty-one rods of Auditor's Plat of the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of Section Two (2), Township Ninety-five (95), North, Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth county, Iowa; thence north along the east Hue of Minnesota street to the northwest corner of Block Two Hundred Twenty-four (224) of Call's addition to the City of Algona, Iowa; thence east along the south line of Call Street to the northeast corner of Block Two Hundred Twenty-six (226) of Call's addition to the City of Algona, Iowa; thence south along the. west line of McPhcrson Street to the southeast corner of Block Two Hundred Thirty- eight (238) of Call's State Street Addition to the City of Algona, Iowa; thence west along the south line of Blocks Two Hundred Thirty-eight (238) and Two Hundred Thirty-seven (237) of Call's State Street addition to Algona, Iowa, to the west line of Wooster Street; thence south five rods; thence west sixteen rods to the place of beginning. Said District includes the follow- ng described real estate: ' Blocks Two Hundred Thirty- seven (237) and Two Hundred Thirty-eight (238), of Call's State Street addition to the City of Algona, Iowa. The North Twenty-two rods of the south forty-one rods of Auditor's Plat of the southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section Two (2); Township Ninety-five (95), North, Range Twenty-nine (29), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth county, Iowa. Blocks Two Hundred Twenty-four (224), Two Hundred Twenty-five (225) and Two Hundred Twenty-six (22G), of Call's addition to the City of Algona, Iowa. Section Two. That no building r other structure, except resi dences, school houses, churches, o other similar structures, shal lereafter be erected, reconstructed altered, repaired, or occuplei within said restricted resident District, without first securinj from the City Council a permi therefor. Section Three. Any building, o structure, erected, altered, repaire or used in violation of any of th provisions of this Ordinance, i hereby declared to be a nuisance may be abated as such in any ac tion brought by the City of Algona Iowa, in any Court of competen jurisdiction. Section Four. Any person, firm or corporation violating any of th provisions of this Ordinance sha be guilty of a misdemeanor, an upon conviction thereof shall b punished by a fine of not to excee One Hundred Dollars, or be im prisoned not to exceed thirty day in jail. Section Five. This Ordinanc shall be in force and effect fron and after its passage and publica tion as provided by law. ADOPTED AND PASSED by th City of Algona, Iowa, this 24th da of July, A. D. 1934. ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk of the City o Algona, Iowa, Approved by me this 24th day July, A. D. 1934. C. F. SPECHT, Mayor of the City of Algona, Iowa. WANTED—WOOD STAVE SILO in good condition.—Box 1, Burt, Iowa. llp45-46 used drive belt 7 in. by 100 ft.— Call 519, McEnroe Bros. 20u44 WANTED—YOUNG MAN FOR LO- cal outside sales work. — Write care this office. 12p45 FOR SALE—ONE HEREFORD bull, 17 months old.—A. C. Bjustrom, Whittemore. 12u44-45 VIOLIN INSTRUCTION Wednesdays at your home.—Phone 388J, Algona, or write Mrs. Agnes Austin Vohs, West Bend, Iowa. FOR SALE OR TRADE—Fordson, good shape.—J. L. Ditsworth, Algona, phone 6F23. 12p45 PLUM CREEK ELEVATOR, Algona P. O., could use a second hand gas engine, good make, in good condition, about 10 h. p.—Leslle Huff. Mgr. 23p45 GETS THE CREAM—VEGA Separators, J77.50 Users biggest boosters.—See Bjustrom's, Algona. 12u31tf FOR SALE—5 MILK COWS, some fresh; also five 2-year-old heifers.—H. F. Mittag, 3F11, Lone Rock. 16P44-45 WELL IMPROVED 40 ACRES two miles east of Algona, cash or trade for Algona property.—Mrs. C. C. Robinson. 17p45 DAY OLD LEGHORN PULLETS $12 per 100; also Shetland pony, Hampshire boar.—Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. 15u45 FOR SALE—ONE GOOD 30x5 truck tire; 2 30x3% car tires; City Collegians; Ren wick Junior vs. Burt. Big bowery dance Frida and Saturday night. 27p45 DON'T KNOW WHAT TO MEN- tion first—they have so many wonderful buys at Gamble Stores Batteries, $3.19 ex.; generators', $2.98 ex.; wash tubs, 75c. 23-45 FOR SALE—HERRICK REFRIG- erator. 50-lb. ice capacity. Finish and interior in good condition, large enough for average size family. Call Advance. STEADY WORK — GOOD PAY— Reliable man wanted to call on farmers in Kossuth county. No experience or capital needed. Write today.—McNESS CO., Dent. B Deport. 111. PC 27 P 45 BURT LEGION DAY CELEBEA- tlon Friday, July 27—Two ball games, Bancroft Llona vs. Forest Important Announcement Unusual July reductions are in force in n Ule Main store and the Annex. By popular request keeping the Annex open during the first half of A ust. Shop at the two Chrischilles & Herbst sto choice bargains. Shop where assortments are i a and merchandise is new and clean. The doubl • bargain circus continues with large and enthusiast I crowds - - INTERNATIONAL MANUFACTUR- er has position for reliable man with car in this locality. Only men Interested in permanent work and capable of earning above ordinary income need respond.—Apply Pratt Electric Co., Algona, Iowa. 33P43-45 GAMBLE STORES SURELY MUST have faith in their tlres-now they give you a double guarantee s M h ss ta '.r8 months on 6 ply and in addition. sr* 1 ia mat si THE LU VERNE TOWNSHIP ff °$ b ? ard WU1 «ceive bids on ? following work, for which the bidder must furnish material- No 2, complete job plastering- N O 4 Plaster patched. Bids to be sub mitted to the secretary by AuS 2 and to contain an Itemized list and1 quotations for eatirejob-1 E- Merrlam, Sec'y. CUT RATE GROCEBy CRACKERS, 2 JAR LIDS Mason zinc, dozen 19c 2 large pkgs... OXYDOL 39c GREEN TEA i/ 2 Ib . 12 C | NO. 10 FRUIT Peaches 42c Red Cherries 49c Blk. Raspberries —58c Apricots Pineapple ( Prunes 9§ c | Bartlett Pears 4] Red Raspberries _.j; Macaroni or Spaghetti, 2 Ib. box __. FLOUR Fireplace $1.68 Fremont's Best ___$1.72 Lucky Boy $1.78 Mother's Best $1.93 Kirks Harthvatcr, Camay Palm Olive I 4 bars, 19c Bran Flakes, Whole Wheat Flakes Puffed Wheat 9d Im. Vanilla, 8 oz. jug Lighthouse Cleanser, 2 cans Jell Powder, 6 pkgs. Miller's Crispy Corn Flakes, 2 pkgs. lie ..lie Busiest Little Store in Town. FINAL Summer Dress Sale Main Store. We offer, for the season's final clean-up, about beautiful and exclusive silk dresses—all this styles, in complete size ranges from 14 to 44, a exceptional lot of desirable garments, while they last, $5.88 Also, entire stock of "better" summer dresses ai price reductions. This is your last opportunity to buy a high grade summer silk dress at these prices. ? ^WHITE'S GROCERY I9c - Specials Friday and Saturday Only Toilet Paper, 5 f or . Coffee, good quality, pou Fly Ribbons, 10 for Corn Flakes, 2 Ige. Packages 1% nd »\ Laundry Soap, 10 bars K.C. Baking Powder 25c si Crackers, 2 pound box Jell Powder, 5 packages Macaroni, 4 packages * Laundry Starch, 3 Ib. pkg m m m m Clean Cotton Rags—

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