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1M8 - [Chickens > the farmer today. r E BUY EGGS ING'S | n and see our new low prices. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGE SEVEN Mrs. I/c«orc Peck has been scr- tiled from St iously sick several days with last vcar heart trouble. i lr '• ,'. „ , , Iielimit,li Jlticnliold Cecelia's academy went to Th. 1,1*1, school students will Omaha"early ,„"he wcekTo" ttcnd ^^^ icu oy Mrs. K. D. James, who is visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. 73. Na«by. Both will return Friday. 26 till April 4. Kathleen, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans, has been sick u few days with (.lie flu. --_. j .__ -•-"•••.Jl,ll[.5 JJ«.l,| I, \J Mr. and Jlrs. Arnold Hint/,, of gona Greenhouses ^ffis^S.^S '-^--.L.Mr. an,, Mr, Ha,,,,,, Moore, of The (Joffee Shop set up a new neon sign Friday, with "EATS" in over the week-end red and a green arrow below. M. J. Jones has been sick more than a week, and the last report | but"Mrs! went to Port Dodge Wcdncsdr Druggist and Mrs. Francis Lonergan (the former Inez Potter), Schaller, were week-end guests here of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson. Schaller is a town of some 700 or 800 inhabitants in Sac county, second county west of Webster (Fort Dodge), and the Lonergans have the only drug store there. lla fioffcrt, junior at the State college, Ames, will come home Saturday for a few days of spring vacation. She is majoring in industrial science. Ida Halpin, Mary L. Gilmore, Howard and Russell Medin, Betty Gunn, Wayne Moore, Roland Larson, and Dorothy Mawdsley, Ames, are also expected home. Mr, and Mrs. C. E. Sjostrand, St. modern Urch home on south Minnesota street Is for rent. Mr. Urch had been employed at. Long's grocery 17 years, and his wife, daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson, southeast of Algona, was a rural teacher prior to marriage. Mrs. Long is now clerking at the store, but the Long son Jack will take Mr. Urch'a place when school is out. Mrs. E .W. Hanson entertained the Bridgette club Tuesday at one (o'clock luncheon. After dinner two Peter, Minn,, will come Saturday tables were in play, Mrs. W. J. Fuller winning high, a nd Mrs. M. A. Bartholomew being low. Mrs. Burdette T. Agard and Mrs. A. H. .,„ , 1 ¥ . . * ULUI, 1)1.11111.., Will ULM11U OlVLUl UtlJ leek-end. Harold, who isj for a wec k^nd visit a t their son work Tor the Allis-Chal-; the Uov . M . A . sjostrand's. The pany, went, nonio. SnmmvJ «i,i«« at i ,i_ ...m 1 cder Sostt-ands. wm be •\t . - • i uiu«i UJUDLI cuiun* win uc iiuuvjui- Moore went from here to , panled by Gertrude Nelson, daugh- j ter of Mrs. Alma Nelson, who is a lias leased his i senior at Gustavus Adolphus cols' lot next, south of the post- j logo, of which Mr. Sjostrand is -ilt.fl t f> I llP 'K'nciunl ti "Mint n»- •» ..^,. ,..i.. n « attend a postmasters' convention. n rnr.,, <u . ,• ,/ ••-, — - '— ,-*,-, — •• Dr. L. >V. |-'ox returned to his '?, ° s to . lo lhe K^suth Motor! treasurer. professional duties Monday, nfter i ,"•' °" d * w l" hc a severe ten-day sle K o of tho flu. l " lgc sl)acc/ r °' and are been graveled, the Republican, stood. Schunck were club guests. Mrs. G. R. Cook entertained the Hi-Lo bridge club last, week Thursday evening Mrs. Fred Bartholomew won high; Mrs. W. D. Howie, Emmetsburg, was second; find Mrs. A. J. Schnepf was low. Mrs. Henry Johannsen Jr. was a club guest. formerly j Ga!!a> spent the W eek-end at Wil-j Mra . L e R 0 y McWhorter and as open i ,{,,, lnn( , AltweRR, Geraldine Ehr. J be lot has ! i, lm it, Charles Guhndecker, Ed- This is the lot j , v .,,. d 'poull, and Marven Miller, of Elkador, with Dorothy Starr, of Mr. and Mrs. f. L. Scoinan Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gninzow attending a Sec. G creamery mooting at Burt today. ' . | A Masonic mcclini; w «s liold Wednesday evening at 8 at the temple. Donald G. Mullan, .Odebolt, was main speaker. Mrs. F. L. Tribon has boon sick ,. • ••- - — since Friday with the flu. She was i Buc . k and Mrs - Li '-l- le - Mr. i Thursday by train for ten days played at Mrs. Dalley's. Mrs L. G Baker entertained her dinner-bridge club Monday even- ng The group had 6:30 dinner at Wallburg's, then played bridge at ree tables at the Baker home. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan won the high family prize. Mrs. Donald Hutching entertained at fi:30 family dinner Monday evening in honor of her husband's birthday. Eight guests were present, Mr. Hutchins 'is an Electrolux salesman. The Baptist Mlslonary society meets today at the parsonage, Mrs. J. B. Wheelock will bo the leader. Gift boxes will be opened. Mrs. Harvey Coleman and Mrs. A. Stevens will be the hostesses. The Young Married People's dance club will dance next webk Thursday evening at. the I. 0. 0. F. hail. Messrs and Mesdames Walter Bloich and Delmar Cooper will be in charge. The Delphians met for one o'clock luncheon Tuesday at the A.1- gona hotel, and Mrs. L. G. Baker gave a talk on the Towa of Yesterday. Mrs. H. L. Gilmore is president of the club. The Chatter & Sow club met Monday afternoon at Mrs. Wm. C. Stcelc's, and Mrs. W. A. Dutton, Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll, and Mrs. William F. Steelc were club guests. Mrs. Ralph economics and English teacher. Buck's. The Millers are parents! .Jessie Smith left last week Mrs - . • . |ivns. in charge of tho basement depart- Bllck ' wll ° is a " Electrolux sales- Washington, D. C., with Mrs. Ver-j - -- - m!in liii^s IiCGti sick SP VP vi 1 *i«»»« »•~« o * ~ i* i „ i\.« ««...«„.. m*.i n T^I11 i will) tho "flu." ment at the Christcnscn store. IV. G. McCulloiiKli, liis son Robert, and Harold Hardenburg, will attend an embalmcrs' conference at Britt. this evening (Thursday). Mr. and Mrs. ~ •tended the funeral iSchultx. at Humboldt Monday. Mr. Schultz had lived in Algona ton years. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Loland, Swna City, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. John Simon Sr., south of I Algona. Mrs. Leland is a sister of Gill (..in ,. ' California WPI-P eiipit<; Mrs R?ce nr P sis' nir.s. nice aie sis>- days non Stohlc, the former Etta Elli- , ,. . son, who once worked at the Al-' ™ l _™ m ^'_. Slam with bridge club Mrs. Joseph • ' — • r>i,»ii, »viiu \Jii^,vj Y*»Jir\.^u cn< v,ti<^ -£T.i ,-,. -nf .» mi .... Uonmuin, Des Moines, gona Ice Cream Factory, where BIoom ' Pl ; lzes f re ™* elven. The visited her sister, Mrs. Gusta Pat-! Miss Smith is still employed. Tt w "'" en oelonR to a St. Paul group terson, Sunday. Arlenc, daughter! Iras been five years since M i as land are playing In preparation for ,.» o .... _ _ . . ' j ormer tl .jp to i tournament participation — if and Frank Gcigel '-it o£ Su " crvisor and Mrs ' Jon n Fras- Smith made a fo oral 'or Thomas f'.^l!l!^ *? r _ kB .. a _ t . D ^. M °l? ea '! Washington. Mrs. "tip" from Cart[and join our Dress , This week it's "Bell- with its "pinched- littoned - down! - tlie- Stehle's hus- accompanied her aunt, Miss Ger- i band, an Algona high school grad- when they decide to enter. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Norton en- niann, and visited her parents. Mr. j uato, only son of Barber and Mrs. I tortained at a dinner-bridge party Mrs. Herman Hauberg entertained her bridge club Monday evening at three tables. Mrs. A. E. Kresensky won high and Mrs. P. P. Zerfass won a guest prize. The Bol Canto club will meet next WctJiresday with Mrs. Sylvia Gunn, and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh will read a paper. Mrs. C. R. Holt is president, of the club. JTOTIC.E OF LETTING Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Auditor, Algona, Iowa, until 1:30 p. m., March 22, 1938, for furnishing bridge material as follows: 114,000 bd. ft. fir bridge plank, 4800 lln. ft. red cedar piling, 48,000 bd. ft. creosoted bridge plank, and 2400 lln. ft. creosoted yellow pine pil- The St. Thomas Guild meets to- ] ing. Bids v/ill be received at the day (Tuesday) with Mrs. Dora I same time for furnishing 3000 lin. ft. 15-in. corrugated iron culverts, 2000 lin. ft. 15-in. concrete pipe culverts, 300 lin. ft. 18-in. concrete pipe culverts, 200 lin. ft. 24-in. reinforced concrete pipe culverts. Biddings blanks and additional information may be secured at the THE COURTHOUSE REPORTER,[office of the county engineer, Al- publishcd by the Advance, gives gona, Iowa. iens filed in the county recorder's March 3, 1938. iffico. Every business establish-] nent. should be a subscriber. tf!25-26 Fraser, and assisting hostesses are Mesdames Louise Hyde and T. J. Tjadon. The Presbyterian Missionary society met Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. L. F. Rice's. &. S. KINSEY, County Auditor. and Mrs. Fraser are farmers in S. J. Stehle hero, is in the U. S. Riverdale township, Kngcno lu'IIoy, Advance press- has weeks, is still confined to his Mr. Simon. Verona, Dolores, Alice, and spent the week-end here with •their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Buss. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Clum, Em- mesburg, spent Sunday at Gordon Kuhn's. Mrs. Clum and Mrs. Kulmj are sisters, and Mr. Clum operates a recreation parlor. j The Uev. and Mrs. W. G. Mublc- man, with the tatter's sister, Mrs. Alice Vennink, attended a sub-dis- Methodist ministerial meet- navy band, and his sister Erma, the only daughter, works in the treasury department. . Mr. and Mrs. Irving Urch, with home, and it will probably bo an- j their small son Albert, are leaving oilier two weeks before he can resume work. Ho had a case of the flu which settled in his nose and oars. Eugene is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kelley. Friday evening at their home. Following the 7 o'clock dinner, bridge was played at two tables, Mrs. D. P. Smith winning high for women, B. A. Thorpe for men. The Laf-a-lot club met at Mrs. today for a farm near West Con- i T. E. Dailey's Tuesday afternoon, cord, Minn., only half a mile from j After a series of games this win- Mr. Urch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. j tor, the lows entertained the highs Fred Urch. "Heinie" Fisher is at a 1:15 dinner at the Wilson trucking the household goods. The Cafe, and after dinner bridge was i..., „ 1 . -ililUl lYlULlIUUldt, 111 LJH&LUJ Jell able," fan - pleated j lng at Clear Lake Tuesday. [Typically Cartwright. j Mrs. A. L. Long returned Sunday |1 to 15— ' rom New Hampton, where she isited her mother, Mrs. Ruth ackson, and the former's sister luth since last week Tuesday. Leona, daughter of Mrs. Neal imith, started the spring term at iledar Falls one day last week, he. will have completed four ears there, after the summer ourse. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Morrow, of \.udubon, will spend the week-end lere at Mrs. Morrow's brother M. G. Norton's. Mr. Morrow is still a farm agent at Audubon for the $16.96 iESENSKY INY DELIVERIES phones 214 and 215 ,ONG'S [OR MEAT pwlft's Baby Beef. ur's Little Pig Chops. Milk Fed Chickens on's Certified Boned Ham. rift's Premium Bacon. [this lineup you can't wrong at Long's. '0* ^B foif )ur Conve GET PUR «M it Easy to rid* , ... 1*0 EMBARRASSMENT 'UTCH'S Super Service Phone 33 Grass Ssetl BULK Kohlhaas & Spilles Hardware FOR SALE—PRAIRIE HAY—Mrs. Peter Fandell, Whittemore. 10p25-2G WANTED—USED BICYCLES. We pay cosh.—Joe Bloom. 8u26 WILSON'S CERTIFIED BONED smoked hams.—Long's Market. 25C FIRST CLASS MARES and horses for sale.—0. E. Ely, Wesley. P26-28 WANTED—SMALL . SAFE FOR records.—Write "A," care of Advance. 10u24t£ IS DANGEROUS 66 tynewVu „•"• WlUBWAft- •«»'«" a WWU !S*' Wftdttipn, . v ftt a sacrlllc?. — :etna Life. Stanley, son of Mrs. Gusta Paterson, will come home Saturday or a spring vacation. He is a reshman at the State college, Ames, and is majoring in dairy iconomics. David, son of Mrs. Neal Smith, ms been sick two weeks with the lu. He is a senior in high school. Us sister Harriet, who attends the American Institute of Business at )es Moines, was here Sunday. J. J. Anderson, who had an operation for hernia at a hospital at ''airmont one day last week, as reported in the Swea City colmun, s a brother of Mrs. D. L. Leffert. -le is reported recovering rapid- y. Irwin Mulueg spent Sunday at ledar Falls with his mother, Mrs. .. J. Malueg, and sister Ruth. Ruth attends the State Teachers college, and Irwin is employed at he local Anderson Jack Sprat store. English Lenten services will be held at the Trinity Lutheran church next Wednesday evening at :30. The address will be based on the Fourth Word from the cross—my God, my God, why hast hou forsaken me? Mrs. Julius B. Winkel accompanied her mother, Mrs. Frank Ca- lesius, and another daughter, Eveyn, to Mason City, Wednesday to visit still another Capeslus daugh- er, Irene, cashier in a Sears & Roebuck store there. Doctor Roadman,' president of Morningslde college, Sioux City, spent last week Thursday and Friday with the Rev. and Mrs. F. Earl Burgess. He spoke at the Methodist Fathers and Sons banquet Thursday evening. Dr. and Mrs. H. Lee Pearce, of Sheldon, spent the week-end here with Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Schaap. Doctor Pearce, who was a school chum of Doctor Schaap, is a chiropodist, and Sheldon is Doctor Schaap's old home town. Dr. Walter Fraser, whose office outfit was burned in the fire Sunday morning, has located in Dr. F. C. Scanlan's sanitarium building where he has a front room downstairs, facing east. His office equipment was not Insured. Mrs. Hortense Ferguson's son John comes today for a short va cation with his mother, but will go to Minneapolis Sunday. He is a senior at Ames in forestry. This is the end of a. quarter, and ai students 'have a few days off. Porisi daughter of Mr., and Mrs A. L, 1 . Long, has resumed teachtni at Tema, after a week's absence due to leg injuries suffered in an auto accident a week ago Satur day while she was en route to Ce dar Rapids with another girl. Mr, aud Mrs, Bert Cronan aw Mr. and Mrs. L, J. Nelson spen Sunday at Spencer with Mrs. Ma Tweet and the latter's daughte Marilyn. Mrs. Tweet, merly clerked at Graham's, Is now employed in a woman's shop there Bobby, son of Mr. and Mr8 -. w C. McDougall, spent part of *ij week-end at Mason City with hi uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ja Tubbeslng. Mr. end Mrs. MoEw gall brought him home Sunday Mr, Mcpougall works at Bots *Blil* Barry, son of Mr. an Mrs, W. A. Barry, visited his — ents oyer the SINGLE MAN WANTED on farm. —V. J. Gross, one mile two east Lone Rock. north, 13p20 FOR SALE—ALFALFA and straw. Baled or loose.—A. Burt. J. Ditmer, llp26-27 "'OR SALE — PUREBRED Poland •China gilts, to farrow in May.— Henry J. Hauptly, Wesley, Iowa. 15p26-27 •IOW IS YOUR SPRING COAT? Clopton The Tailor can put it n'Condition at a surprisingly low ost—Phone 38. 20C —Algona Rendering Co. Ke w OR SALE—GOOD TWO-WHEEL trailer.—Clifford Reibhoff, Sex- n. 99p26 VANTED — SMALL SAFE FOR records.—Write "A", care of Ad- anco. ' 10p2G TRAYED—A YELLOW FEMALE Collie, 2 years old.—John Sabin, Ugona, phone 10F211. 12p26 RELIABLE MAN WANTED TO call on farms in Kossuth county. o experience or capital required. Make up to $12 a day.—Write Mr. Thomas, P. 0. Box No. 156, Water- oo, Iowa. 30p26 ""OR SALE—25 WESTERN EWES with lambs by. side.—C. R. Baiey, Algona, phone 2F23. 13p26 'ARMS FOR SALE—IF you want to sell a farm Advance readers irJll be interested. Use a for-sale d. tf JVESTOCK FOR SALE — THE quick, easy, Inexpensive way to nd the buyers—Advance for-sale da. , . tf .EGISTERED MILKING Shorthorn bulls, 1 to 14 months of ge.—Aaron W. Steussy, Lu erne. 15p25-26 WANTED—YOUR DEAD STOCK Prompt, sanitary removal. Phone Algona, we pay all phone calls 18u26 FOR SALE — TEAM GELDINGS coming 3; gelding and mare oming 4.—V. J. Gross, one mile lorth, 2 east Lone Rock. 19p26-28 SENSATIONAL WOOD BURNING brooder cuts brooding costs 90% Safe, economical, reliable. Burn wood or cobs. Investigate.. — An derson Grain & Coal. 20C2 FOR SALE—ONE 1932 DUAJ wheel Chevrolet truck wit brand new box. Terms If deslrec -Phone 55, or see .Western Credl Company. 22ul8tf VE HAVE IN STOCK MANILA folders of the sort used by pro- essional and business men for ling letters, bills, find other pa- ers.—Advance. tf VANTED—MAN TO SELL OUR products in south Kossuth coun- f. Car required.—Write S. F. laker & Co., Keokuk, la., for par- culars. 22p24-26 9 YEARS! GREEN 'COLONIAL Furnaces are backed by 69 years f heating experience. That mer/is omething! Phone 83, Geo. Holtz- auer. 20-26p Bromus, etc. Soil Conservation Certificates furnished. Samples free. Satisfaction or money back. Grimm Alfalfa Assn., Fargo, N. D. (500 cooperating growers). 33(2)24-27 FOR SALE—HAMPSHIRE GILTS, April farrow; bay gelding 5 yrs. old, sound; bay gelding 3 yrs. old, sound; 6 cattle fed four months; Golden King seed corn; set harness; fertilizer attachment for Deere 999 planter.—Paul Blumer, Livermore, 2 miles south Galbraith. 42p26 JEDIUM CLOVER $8.40, Alfalfa $10.80 per bushel; also many ther lots. Postal card ua for cat- log and samples before ordering Isewhere. — Hall Roberts' Son, 'ostville, Iowa. 26(2)23-26 FOR PERSONAL REASONS change from those stiff foot- ilnding work shoes to Wolverine Shell Horsehides shoes that stay oft as buckskin, even dry soft, and outwear all others.—'Be comfort- .ble.—Hub Clothiers. 21C 'ARMALL AND TRACTOR CUL- tivator, John. Deere planter, wagon gear,' 4-section flexible drag and cart, all in good shape; ind team of horses. — Roy D. Smith, Stratford la., see D. W. Smith, Rl, Burt, la. 36p26 AM A CANDIDATE nomination on the FOR RE- democratic icket for first district supervisor and will be grateful for the sup>ort of all democrats In the dls- rict In the June primaries.—J. H. i'raser, Riverdale township. . 35,(2).23-2.6 NORTHERN. GROWN SWEET clover $4.80 bu. up. Alfalfa 15.60 bu. up. Alsike, Timothy, FOR SALE—^SIXTY-HORSE Huber tractor, rubber, almost new. Two 30-60 Aultman Taylor tractors. C. C. Case with cultivator. Twenty Farmall steel or rubber. Separator new or second' hand. Will trade; also want good notes! TERMS OF THE ! ZOTOS CONTRACT This license and agreement may be terminated at any time at the will of either party by written notice o the oher party given sither by registered mail or personal delivery, and such termination shall also operate to cancel all unfilled orders. In the event of the termination of this license and agreement by EITHER party, Company shall have the right to demand that Beautician deliver to It or its duly authorized distributor or to its duly licensed jobber, as Company may elect, all unused Zotos Vapets, Zotion, Jamal Permanent Waving Pads, Jamal Permanent Waving Lotion and other Zotos and Jamal supplies and accessories In his stock, and Beautician agrees that, upon such demand, he will forthwith ship all such articles to such point as Company may designate, Beautician to be credited with the purchase price of all such articles delivered in good condition. ZOTOS CORPORATION SATURDAY SPECIAL! MARCH 1» Matinee 1, and continuous. GINGER JANE IS OFF TO THE RACES WITH UNCLE 'STU' AND AUNT UNA! Plus "Buckeroo Broadcast" City News SUNDAY AND MONDAY MARCH 20-21 Matinees 1, 3, 5 O'clock IT HAD TO Victor MOORE HelcnBrodenck A. 1*0 *•«• '""" City News Hood's —Pedelty Implement City, Iowa. Co., Mason 40-2-26 CARD OF THANKS—WE TAKE this opportunity to thank our many friends and relatives for the generous offering of flowers and the kindness shown us in the loss of our beloved husband, and father. —Mrs. Ida K, Nickerson; Mrs. Hazel Meyer, Ringsted; Mrs. Fern Huling, Britt; Mrs. Alta Lowman, Algona; Mrs. Irene Fessler, Ringsted, and Mrs. Evelyn Alexander, Algona. SHE WANTS TO GET RIGHT TO the Heart of the Matter—Helen Hayes being brought up in the theater, has grown accustomed to directness and conciseness. 'She says: "Succinctness is an indispensable attribute of everything we deal with, because it has been trained into us. I want to get right to the heart of the matter in whatever I read. And the less leading-up-to-it there is, the better. So keep me on your subscription list, Reader's 'Digest!" A good idea we thint. The Reader's Digest is aljribst indispensable now- aways. It^is brief, concise,, and interesting. To keep abreast of the times everyone of our readers should get the Digest regularly.— The Editor. FOR SALE—USED RIADIOS, bat tery sets, and electric ;sets; one good used electric washing machine; good used bicycles. — Joe Bloom. 20u26 MRS. THOS. SCHUI/TZ and children wish to express our grati- ture for the kindness shown durr ing the illness and death of Thomas Schultz. LADIES—REMEMBER THE Globe Dutch Oven range making demonstration Saturday. Free refreshments. Everyone welcome.—Howard Hardware. 20C Iowa Theatre FOR SAKE—GARAGE 12x18, floor and lined with wall board. Suitable for living quarters. Mile west of Cresco church.—A. J. Bernau. 22p(26)g ON HAND-420Q W. cockerel chicles, MCarcb 9 batch; priced reasott*W e ' "Will naa&e yott woj^y as early fries. — HaoJltw Hatchery, BHacrofl. 21u,2« THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MAR. 17-18-19 BIG 3-WAY PROGRAM—10-210. «HOP A LONG" in PARDNERS OF PLAINS" WALLACE FORD in "EXILED TO SHANGHAI" Last of S. 0. S. Coast Guard and No. 1 Episode of New Serial "The Lone Ranger." SUNDAY, MON,, TUESDAY, WEDNES,, MAR. 20-23 Sunday Mats. 1, 3, 6, Prices 10-26 to 5 p. m. She took New York for a sleigh ride! ^ Store Specials — Friday, Saturday, Monday PHONE 355 PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE ALGONA, IOWA 4 daily, 8:30 and 10:00 a. m.; 2:30 and 4:00 p. in. Use our new delivery service and take advantage of these special prices. OMAR FLOUR 49 Ib. sack $1.73 Nutty Peanut Butter, 1 Ib. jar _28c Bill Pickles, Carol, quart 19c Orange Juice; 12-oz. can 2 for 25c Peaches, 18-k syrup, 2}£ can 21c Pears, 18-k, No. 2V4 can 24c Ragged Pineapple, 2^ cau 25c Lima Beans, tiny green, No. 2 can 19c Beets, juicy whole, No. 2 can 24c P&G SOAP Jumbo bars 10 for 33C CORN, 18-k Whole Kernel, No. 2 _2 cans 25c CORN, 18-k Cream Style, No. 2__ 2 cans 25c CORN, Clarion Standard, No. 2 3 cans 25c PEAS, IGA, No. 2, size 3 2 cans 27 Jello All Flavors 4 for I9c PEAS, early June No. 2 cans 2 for 18c PIMENTOS, 18-k 4-oz. cans 2 for 19c SAUER KRAUT, 18-k No. 2}£ cans lOc TOMATOES, Red Ripe, No. 2 cans ..each 8c Coffee Brown Betty 2-lb. Canister 49c FANCY PINK SALMON, tall cans 2 for 25e RED ALASKA SALMON, Del Monte, tall -81c CORNED BEEF HASH, 16-oz. cans 19c BABY FOOD STRAINED HEINZ^ can 9c Free Cereal Dish with 1 Ib. Blue G Coffee, 25c DARK SYRUP Gal, tins, 49c SUGAR Fine Granulated 10 Ibs. 52c PORK and BEANS Tall Can 3 for 25c FLOUR Gold Nugget 49-lb. bag $1.37 I.G. A. FLOUR 49-lb. bag $1.69 Catsup large bottle Corn Flakes, large box 2 for 18c Milk, tall cans —_. 8 for 20c Cream Cereal, IGA ^ box 15c Corn Starch, 1 Ib. 8 boxes 25c Pure Cocoa, IGA —2 Ib, box 19c Dessert Powder, IGA 4 pkgs. 18c Chocolate Drop Candy pound lOc Marshmallows, 1 Ib. bag 15c Fancy Cookies, 1 Ib, 19c Raisins, Thompson Seedless, 8 Ibs. 21c BANANAS NICE BRIGHT FRUIT 5 Ibs 25c Radishes, 8 bunches — lOc Grapefruit, good size 8 for 25c Oranges, nice size, doz. 28c Tomatoes, Red Ripe - 8 Ibs. 25c Apples, fancy Delicious 5 Ibs, 25c Apples, fancy Winesaps __. box $1.29 Parsnips — 5 Ibs, 25c Potatoes, Minn, Cobblers 100 Ib. bag $1 BRANDED CORN FED BEEFQUAUTY MEATS Fancy Beef Ro*i»t, Ib 17c Fresh Spare Rib*, Ib, - - - I5c Pork laver, Ib, _______-10c Bologna, 2 ring* -------25c Pure Lard, 2 Ib*, _ ^ -,, - Saner Kraut, Ib. ___ 7c Cheese, 2 Ib. be** Amer, or Brick 47<P Perch Fillet*, Ib. _,--__,. 83* Bacon Square*, Jb» _-__-,17i? Compound, Jb, j.,.._.

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