Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1938 · Page 4
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•JANUARY ft. New Low Prices At Neville's for 1938 Men's wool BOX, was 29c, now 19c 200 pairs of ladies' slippers, ties and oxfords, was $1.98, now 98c 100 pairs children's snow boots, was $1.35, now 98c Men's leather mittens, lined, was 59c, now 39c All wool scarfs, only a few left, was 39c, now 29c Boys' corduroy coats, beaverized collar, was $4.00, now $1.98 Men's overall pants and jackets, each 49c Boys' flannel shirts, was 89c, now 69c Boys' and girls' sweaters, was 79c, now 59c Boys' all-wool blazers, slide fastener, was $2.48, now $1.62 Men's whipcord pants, was $1.98, now 1.25 Children's play suits, was 69c, now ___49c We have a very special men's white handkerchief at 5c And so on all through the stock. You will find bargains at Neville's that will start 193S off in good shape. Shoes of all kinds are cheaper than they were last year. We have 90 dozen coming from Peters Shoe Co., of St. Louis. They will average about 25c a pair cheaper than last year, Jimtnie Neville THE SHOE MAN BURT CHURCH 25 YEARS OLD ON JANUARY 1 PORTLAND LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Oodfredson entertained at a party New Year's day. A 4 o'clock supper was Burt, Jan. 5 — The Lutheran church held its annual meeting Sunday afternoon at "which reports of the year's work were given. The following officers were elected: G. W. Blelch, chairman; W. E. Bleich, trustee; H. B. Rachut, treasurer; the Rev. L. Richmann, secretary; and Mary Jean Rachut, organist. The Burt Lutheran church was organized 25 years ago on January 1. No special observance of the anniversary was made, hut it .is planned to celebrate the event in June. Stars to Install Officers— Kossuth Chapter No. 201 0. E. S will have installation of officers at its regular meeting Tuesday evening, January 11. At 6:30 a cafeteria dinner will be served. served to the 15 guests: Mr. and Mrs. Thoa. Clayton, son Lawrence; Mrs. Samuel Winchell; Mr. and Mrs. George Lanning; the John Schneider family; and Robert McGilllgan. Donald and Ruby Hood gave an ice skating party Thursday afternoon at their home. Guests were their schoolmates, Betty and Dorothy Stewart, Eugene Waltman, and Edward, Marilyn, and Dorothy Long. , Refreshments were served late in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stewart and baby moved last week from H. Behrend's farm in north Portland to Mrs. Charles Larsen's farm. Mrs. Larsen has moved to Algona to live with her daughter Beulah clerk at Neville's shoe store. Mrs. Victor Applegate and her baby daughter are quarantlnec with scarlet fever, the baby being high school at Burt. • , Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McFarland, Bancroft, were callers last week Tuesday evening at their son 0. McFarland's. Elda Jandl, beauty student at Port Dodge, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl. She went back Sunday with Lois Mann, who h" spent the week here jw'" 1 -* grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. u. Mann. Lois is a rural teacher near * G- U. Fairbanks Burt,' were "New Year's guests of their son L. J., and family. Loerna, daughter of Mr. ana Mrs. Stanley Keith, returned home Friday night from a visit since a week ago Sunday Avlth her sister Mrs. Stanley Larsen, Waterloo Mr. and Mrs. George Lanning were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Godden, Emmetsburg Mrs. Lanning and Mrs. Oodden Paul's nd Mrs. William -^*.w vere Saturday supper gtiesW here. ',. Amateur Contest Held— The Christian Endeavor held a - - party Saturday «»en> dren are staying -with their grand- Mrs. Laura Lenz, Mason City, will | tne victim. Mrs. Applegate now be present and install the new of-, na9 t jj e n u . The two older chil- Ificers. Mrs. M. L. Vinaas is re-'- • -•--—«- -<--• *tiring worthy matron. Students Return to College- Most of the college students re- are sisters. Mrs. Clarence from a week ago till Crouch visitet Sunday nigh parents Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Long attended a card party New Year's night Stella Isenherger and Brooke to Morningside; turned to their various colleges ftt Stanley Black's, Burt. Mr. and the first of the week: Dean and Mrs Clifford Holding were assist- Rachel Clapsaddle, to Iowa City; ant j^st an( j hostess. Four ta- Dorothy bles were in play Mrs , Ralph Car._ _ . Eleanor ney was high for women, Mrs. Ce- Vogel to Grinnell; Kathryn El- c u Godfredson, low; Earl Rey- vidge, and Max Schrader, to Ce- no \fe high for men, and Carl Mey- dar Falls. Joint Installation Planned— I The I. 0. 0. F. and Rebekah lodges will hold joint installation ! Thursday evening. Installing of- jficers will be J. H. Graham, dis- and iers low. Mrs. Alfred Godfredson, her ng at The church. An amateur contest was held. Other lone Bock. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Oeo Crow? drove to Des Moines Saturday, the Crows continuing to their homo at Farber, Mo. Mrs. Harley Shelllto and daughter Norma, who have epent the past weekatN. L. Cotton's, accompanied them to heir home at Ames. Dorothy and Marian Jensen spent a few days .J" 4 «* fttT ^ mons family, of Fairmont, spent U1 . last 'week Tuesday with he mother, Mrs. P. C. Hansen, Wes ley. On Tuesday, Mrs. Croud and her mother accompanied Mrs Emery Crouch, Algona, to Marsn alltown, where they visited another daughter of Mrs. Hansen till ,,,,..».~ Leek, Plum Creek, spent from last week Wednesday till Saturday with his brother Ranney, who works at Will Grov- The Messrs, and Mesdames Ira Poole, L. P. Keith, and Gordon Ogg, Algona, and Wayne Keith, were New Year's guests at er's. mother. The .-- - - „„..,, Swaledale, were Sunday guesta there, Mrs. Ingham returning * Mr and Mrs. Alex Krueger took Mr and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard to Clarion Sunday, where Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard accompanied Mr and Mrs. Howard Blanchard to Des Moines for a two weeks visit Mrs •week deputy grand master, Dellinger, Algona, has not ESCAPED RISING COSTS It is costing considerably more to provide telephone service now than it did a few years ago. Labor and material costs are higher. Taxes of this Company have increased by about half in the last two years. Charges for telephone service have not been increased to meet increased expenses. Total revenues of this Company in 1937 were about 5 per cent less than in 1930. Improvements in equipment and methods of operations have partially offset increased costs but the upward trend of expenses is making it increasingly difficult to provide satisfactory service at present charges. Our constant aim is to improve service and keep down charges...to give you more and more for your money. NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY jtrict I Mrs. deputy president. A cafeteria unch will be served. Two Teachers at Schools-Lura Sewick returned to her school work at Forest Cic/ Mon- vacation with Laura Sewick. her mother, Mrs.' resumed her teaching at Ringsted, nd Eafmond Koeslle.- at Span- j cer. Returns to Los Angeles-for her home at Los Angeles, Calif. t ' She had spent several weeks here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Koestler. Mrs. Koestler has heen conf:u-3d to her bed with illness for several days. and Aus-1 and' Other Bnrt News. Mr. and Mrs. Will Spear son Merwyn, Elkton, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Parr, tin, Minn., spent Saturday Sunday at H. A. Salisbury's. Mrs. Spear "is Mr. Salisbury's sister, and Mrs. Parr is his cousin. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Dittmer and daughter returned last Wednesday from Cache, Okla., where Mrs. Dittmer and the little girl had spent about a month with Mrs. Dittmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. |0. Black. Nathan Anderson, of Benson, I Minn., came Friday to visit his 'mother, Mrs. Ida Kuchenreuther. : Mrs. Kuchenreuther had a very i serious heart attack early Monday morning and is confined to her bed. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Steward and son Richard, and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Meinzer were Mason City visitors Thursday. The trip was tained for New Years were:. a celebration of the second wed- t Delmar Angus family, Mr. ding anniversary of both couples, i Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer, and aughter lona, Mrs. Kalpti KOD- rts, and Mrs. Everett Shipler ailed Wednesday on Mrs. Verne hipler, patient at the Kossuth lospital. Mrs. Shipler, the for- ler Ella Woltz, underwent an ppendectomy Sunday morning. ^atest reports -were that she was oing well. Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Johnson nd Mr. and Mrs. Hex Austin, of Fewell, spent Sunday •with the vomen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 3eorge Larson. Eddie Stewart returned to Cedar ^alls a week ago Tuesday after a veek here with his father, D. M. Stewart, and other relative.?. Edvard is a senior at the state teach- a l'S COllGI?G. ' Mrs. S. M. Petersen .returned from Waterloo Saturday night after a week with her daughters, VIrs. Harold Nelson and Mrs. Clarence Larsen. Mr. Petersen was a \'ew Year's guest of the Harvey Thompson's, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Clark, of Des Moines, spent a week ago Monday at the Collicott and Hood homes. Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Carnie Hood are sisters. Arthur and 'Ranney Leek, who are staying at the Luther Fairbanks and "Will Grover homes respectively, spent New Year's day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Leek. Both boys attend LONE ROCKERS BUSY DURING THE HOLIDAYS 16 rC -wuiw nc T» j. i*t* » " o*"" * Stanley Keith's. L. P. is the lath- w »r and Wayne a brother of Stan- R ®y- -r ^ A '11 S ° Lucille Pepoon, H. 'D. A., win H give a home project lesson next week Tuesday at R. S. McWhor- w ter's. All Portland women are in- ti vited to attend this all-day meet- OI mg. ei The Martin Beckers were New (1 Year's guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Simon Sr., of near West K Bend. The dinner was in honor of a the -birthday anniversaries of Mrs. & Simon and Rachel Becker, which tl occurred December 27, and of Evelyn Becker's birthday, which was u January 1. . ^ Mrs. Charles Egel, of Irvmgton, ft her sons Paul and Stanley, were Sunday guests of the former's daughter, Mrs. Oran Hudson, her ^ hushand and two daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Bert McCorkle, Al- Q gona, were dinner guests a week ago Tuesday at R. S. McWhorter's. f Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Sheshan, Mrs. Lewis McWhorter, the latter's daughter Jane, all of Alg.ina, were Sunday dinner guests at R. S. McWhorter's. The Rev. and ( Mrs. Joseph Doms, Burt, were • evening dinner guests. Orrie Petersen, south of A!gona, • called on the Oran Hudsoas, Saturday night. Minn.; the Ralph Thompsons, the Walter Thompsons, Mrs. Martha Rath, son Lawrence, Mrs. Lillie Thompson, daughter Neva, and the R. H. Ortmanns, Burt, with the Albert and Chris Shasers. Wedding Date Observed — Doyle McFarland, Burt, spent Sunday at Walter Faulstich's. Mr. and Mrs. Faulstich spent the day SAVINGS RIGHT Savings dollars earn an attractive return without the risk of speculative markets. Safety is insured up to $5000 by a $100,000,000 agency of the Federal Gov"t. Insured safety and strong earning power are true tests that your savings are on the right road. Get both here! Attractive Earnings— Make your dollars' climb to attractive earnings under their' own power. Give them I a start by placing them in a safety-insured savings account here, Come in now! 4% Paid last six mos. Lone Rock, Jan. 5—Lone Rockers entertaining or being euter- The and Mr. |at Leo Jaskulke's, Fenton. and Mrs. Faulstich attended a 500 party at Raney Bleich's, Burt, Vew Year's eve. Tuesday evening they, accompanied riese, Burt, drove to Mr. and Mrs. John Boom, of an d Mrs. Harold Angus at the R. George, were dinner guests Satur-|T. Angus's; Calvin Householder, day at R. F. Hawcott's. They were p or t Dodge, here with his family; The Eyes of the World are on You Are Your Prepared to be Judged by Your Personal Appearace ? You do not necessarily have to buy new clothes to be "dressed up". Just send your present clothing to us and with but little expense you will virtually have a new outfit. Let us prove to you that our method of cleaning and Form-Fitting is superior. Modern Dry Cleaners Phone 537 We Deliver on their way to visit relatives at Colo. They also stopped on their way home Tuesday. Mrs. Velma McBride spent the week-end at the home of her sister, Mrs. R. A. Bartlett, at Whittemore. Phyllis McBride, who had spent the week there, returned home with her. Howard and Vera Chipman returned to their work in Me.son City Sunday. Howard had spent the Lawrence Newbroughs, and Mrs. John Newbrough, Mr. the THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS will come to your home every day through THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An Internatiunal Daily Newspaper vlonltor them, I all the The Christian Science Publishing Society One. Norway street. Boston, Massachusetts u'peHod^of my 6Ub8cr 'P tlo ° " The Christian Science Monitor lor Name Address _ ......... Sample Copy on Pay Your Subscription Promptly ten days here and Vera had spent the week-end here with their fath- ier, E. 0. Chipman. The R. A. Bleichs had supper Saturday evening with Bleich's mother, Mrs. John Fulk Sr. at Titonka. The Ernest Ric| dels had Sunday dinner at the Bloich home. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Sauerman and son Jimmy left Sunday for their home at Sigourney after spending a week with Mrs. Sauerman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Staehle. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Fardel, Adel, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thaves, and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney were New Year's day dinner guests at Supt. C. M. Bowie's. The E. C. Sandersons have moved into rooms over the Stow cafe, and the Fred Beitz family has moved into the house vacated by them. Mrs. Charles Hawk, Spirit Lake, the Lem Marlows, Lone Rock, the |lO. P. Marlows and Durward Neitz- els spent Sunday at Herman N'eitz- el's. Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Iliff and Wesley Schwab, Wehster City, spent the week-end at J. H. Graham's. Mrs. Iliff is Mrs. Graham'3 sister. Mrs. M. M. Chipman and Joan returned Friday after a week's visit with Mrs. Chipman's sister, Mrs. R. E. Gabriel, at Armstrong. Mrs. Earl Ewen and son, and mother, Mrs. Henry Elvidge, Jeffers, Minn., were Saturday dinner guests at C. B. Chipman's. Captain Harold Paisley, Ames, spent the week-end here with his friend, John Schroeder. The two are fraternity brothers. The Rev. and Mrs. G. H. Wessel and daughter Lurena were New Year's dinner guests at Ed Bierstedt's in Fenton. Mrs. Chester Sill and daughter, Galbraith, spent the week-end with Mrs. Sill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Paine. Emma and Louise Thaves, Lakota, spent the week-end at the homes of their brothers ,1. G. and Edw. Thaves. The J. P. Stows and Cecil God- Edward Blanchards, Irvington, Clifford Garrison, Ray Reynolds, and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Blanchard, at A. D. Newbrough's; Mrs. Caroline Ackarman, the Earl Acka'r- mans, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ackarman, the Jim Ackarmans, and Doris Blanchard at Frank Flaig's. Mrs. Dora Laabs and fmily at Fred Thie's, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. John Boom, George, the Harold Stewarts, Lulu Hawcott, and Selina Clifton, Burt, Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Hawcott and son Wallace, Mrs. j Mrs. Bertha Wallace, Mr. and " " Mrs. James Wadsworth, the Harris Wadsworths, the William Raths, and Mrs. John Johnson at R. F. Hawcott's; the William Nelsons at Theo Jacobson's, Humboldt, Mrs. Michael Stangle, who has been visiting the Nelsons, returning to Carroll. Mrs. Eliza Richards, Algona, at M. 0. Richard's, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Webb, Algona, being evening guests there; the Frank Householders at Schuyler Bate's, the Householders being Sunday afternoon guests at Ornie Behrend's, Seneca; the Merwin Marlows at Hugh Mariow's; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rowe at F. W. Neilsen's, Ringsted; the Fred Dransfeldts at A. W. Hill's, Algona, for dinner, and at Frank Bahling's, Burt, for supper, and they also spent Sunday at Peter Jensen's, Jackson, being entertained at Herman Jaskulke's in honor of their lith wedding anniversary. Birthdays are Remembered— The Lloyd Grosses, Good Hope, Mr. and Mrs. George Gross, Ames, and Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Gross were entertained Friday at C. M. Gross's. _in honor of V. J. Gross and Mrs. George Gross's birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Gross spent Sunday at Fort Dodge. Attends Couching School— Vera Morris drove to Cowrie Tuesday and, accompanied by the basketball team, attended coaching school at Des Moines. She returned here Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Morris taking her back to Cowrie Sunday. Birthday is Observed— The Lyle Marlows spent last The Henry Kuecks and Bernard Jensen spent last Wednesday at E. J. Heidenwiths Swea City. The Lloyd Walkers, of Whittemore, spent Sunday evening at Bernard Jensen's, Mrs. Anna Newbrough and son Donald, Humboldt, spent from las eek Tuesday till Sunday a alph Thompson's. Mr. Thompon and son Willard took them to umboldt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott ere Sunday dinner guests at Mar» n Jensen's, Algona. They called n Charles Dittmer, Burt, in the vening. Mr. Dittmer has been Mrs. Henry Manus, daughter Catherine, Mrs. Lillian Siegler nd son Junior, all of Burt, spent week ago Monday afternoon at he Charles Morris home. Lillian and Robert Angus re- urned Friday from Rochester, vhere they have heen visiting rel- tives. Grace Angus remfrined to go through the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heiden- vith, son Ellsworth, and Mrs. Dorothy Seoers and son Ralph, all of Whittemore, spent Sunday at Henry Kueck's. Mrs. Albert Kressin, daughter Olivia, Lotts Creek, visited last Wednesday at Frank Macumber's. Eleanora Pompe, Waterloo, visited ;here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt spent Sunday at E. C. Sigsbee's, Burt. Their son Donald, who has spent a week there, returned home with them. Hugh Walsh returned Saturday from a trip to Reddick, 111., visiting relatives and also his mother, Mrs. Ann Walsh, Chicago. Mrs. Frank Tietz, son Edwin, Algona, and Clara Bruhn, Fenton, spent Sunday afternoon at the! Rudolph Peters home. The Eugene Pearsons and Mrs. ( John Dempsey were Sunday din-j ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson, Ringsted. Theo Krueger, daughter Elma, dav son Harold, and Floyd Marsh were Mr - Sunday dinner guests at Clarence Theesfield's, Fenton. Mrs. P. M. Christenson visited day evening Sunday afternoon with her father by Martha an( j s j s ter, Ernest Krueger and Armstrong, daughter Ruth, Burt. ' Viola, Clara, and Russell Bierle, and Grace Newbrbugh took fredsons guests at were N. M. Sunday dinner Godfredson's at June Rock Bierle to her school near Rapids Sunday. Mrs. Charles Hawks and son Wayne, Spirit Lake, spent Sunday and Monday at the home of Mrs. Kate Hawks. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Burtis and daughter Nila, Algona, spent Sunday at W. C. Heiter's. The Harlan Blanchards spent Sunday afternoon at Wayne Richmond's, Armstrong. fThe Wendell Roberts family spent last week Tuesday at D. T. Hobson's, Burt. Elva Ewoldt and Jessie Smith, Algona, sppnt the week-end at Karl Ewoldt's. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hanna spent the week-end at Ben Hanna's, of Schindler, S. D. The Jim Ackarmans visited Sun- week Tuesday evening at Arthur; day with Muriel Long, Wesley. Swea City. Dean, Joan, and Mary Lowe, Algona, visited from Friday to Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. Lillian Sheldon. Loyd Elston and daughter Eleanor and son Ellin, Gilmore City, visited Burt friends Saturday afternoon. Barbara Larsen, Corwitn, spent last week with her uncle and an aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larsen. Marilda Pratt returned to her school work at Runnels Sunday after spending a week at home. C. L. Dittmer has been seriously ill the past week. His niece, Emma Dittmer, is nursing him. Mrs. S. M. Peterson returned Saturday after a week's visit with her daughters at Waterloo. The -Methodist Epworth Leaguers had a watch night party at the parsonage. The Arthur Fandels spent Sunday at the Thomas Miller home in Armstrong. The Hi Low bridge club met with Mrs. M. M. Chipman Tuesday afternoon. Tom Trainer is ill at the Marvin hotel with the shingles. STOP THAT SMOKE You II en,oy the clean, quick, easily controlled fire and dustless delivery of coal that has been processed with Chemacol, the little helper PEERLESS Has personality, excellent fire-pot manners and a pleasing way of leaving very httle ash. Obeys draft regulation promptly and -without argument. We recommend it, Chemacol Processed. Try a load of Botsford's Peerless today BOTSFORD LUMBER CO, PHONE 256 JIM POOL ALGONA FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ALGONA, IOWA YOUR Friday and Saturday, January 7 and 8 Goodbye Turkey AVe hope you enjoyed your Christmas Turkey. Now (hut you hare finished plr.ldni? t.he bones, you will welcome tho return of common-place foods. A few snpffestions for delicious, economical meals, Beef Roasts From among the nice assortment of shoulder roasts on display you can select the roast, that exactly meets your requirements at. 15c and 17c per pound. Pork Roasts Iloasts cut from selected pork loins. The end cut roasts at 15c per Ib., and tie center cut roasts at J9c per pound. Pork Chops Few dishes have the appetite appeal of a sizzling platter of pork chops. For this sale fancy middle cut chops at r jc per pound. Shoulder Beef Steak Lb. _ , _ _ 20c Sliced Bacon Squares Lb.____18c Ring & Slicing Bologna Lb ----- 15c Club Frankfurters Lb ----- 19c Evaporated Peaches - Our spcdal price for this sale of 12c per pound must not confuse you as to the quality. The family will be delighted when these plump, meaty peaches appear on the table, as sauce. or In peach pie or peach cobbler.. ;. Morning Light Corn The Morning Light, Brand is your assurance of excellent quality. Many will decide to buy a good supply of this corn nt our week-end price of 2 No. 803 cans for ISc. Iced Fruit Cake This rich, wholesome iced fruit cooky Is just about the finest cooky mode to place in the school lunch. No economy in home made cookies when these delicious fruit cookies can be bought at the special price of 2 Ibs. for 25e. No. 10 Prunes When you buy any No. 10 fruit, under the Morning LiffW Label you ore assured of quality fruit in well-filled cam. Iluy No. 10 Morning Light Prunes for the Winter at r special price of H2c. per can. Alaska Pink Salmon Genuine Alaska Pink Salmon. Full flavored salmon for fish balls or a salmon loaf. This week-end we sell two tall cans for 25c, « Blue Rose Rice Quick cooking, whole grain, white rice for that delicious rice pudding filled with raisins; «lso for rich nourishing soup. For this sule a special price of 8 Ibs, for 14c. Council Oak Coffee A high quality blend. Sold only in the whole berry and ground as you direct. A real coffee-- value at our overjW low price. Pound 87c or 8 Ibs. for 7»c. Exchange the eminj bags for many useful premiums. American Lye , In demand at this time of year for making soap, Farmers should buy a supply of American Lye at Oe per can for aiv infecting hog houses. . ' . Double Dip Matches A regular "Sure Fire" quality match. For this sale we these dependable matches at 3 boxes for lOc, Colgate - PalmoUve « Peet Specials for this sale, PalmoUve Toilet Soap £ cake* Crystal White L'ndry, 6 giant br*.

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