Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1938 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 19, 1938
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MAV 19. 1988 lUSINESS IIRECTORY Law — ... Office 427, Algona, ! J W *"••"•• Offices. -7, residence Iowa. _ j, I.DONAE -at •Law Bank Bldg. Algona, ' Attorneys-at-Law .in new County Mut *. Office, 261. Algona, Mutual Bldg Iowa & Attorneys-at-Law [Harrington • 287 J. D. Low R. J. H. 44 8, 0. W. STttLMJJ Lawyers flee in new Helse Block. Algona, ~ E. D* Attorneys-at-Law [ over James Drug Store. , 68 Algona, low. 1. A, Coanty Attorney. . Attoraey-at-Law -. . [ Over James Drug Ste-re. Phone 180 HIEAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-Law y Bice over Iowa Stale Bank ) 206 Algona, Iowa P. A. BAUSON Attorney-at-Law i over Iowa State Bank mes: Office, 4GO-J; Res. 816 HUTCHISON (deceased) IWWALB c. HUTCHISON THEOBOBE C. HUTCHISOB Attorney»-at-Law [Security State Bank Bldg. 1251 Algona, low* MAURICE C. HcHAHON Attorney-fit-Law Office In Helse Bldg. i 325 Algona, low* DOCTOBST JOHN N. KEKEFICK Physician and Surgeon over Rexall'' Drug Store Office phone 300 Res. phone 326 1C. H. CBETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon and Physician | Office John Galbraitb Block 'Phones 444-310 low* MELTIN G. BOURNE Physician and Surgeon janes; Office, 197; residence, 194 DENTISTS DB. H. 1L OLSON Dentist i in New Call Theatre Bldg - Business, 166; Res., 78 Algona, Iowa i ». WA1BATH, D. D. 8, General Dentistry > 80 Algona, Iowa B. HOFFMAN I „, Dentist J Office in New Heise Bldg. IFhones: Office 44, res? 116. DB. C, D. SCHAAP Dentist Algona, Iowa Over James Drug Store. Bus. 133, res. 174. VETERINARIANS ¥ 1. W. FOX J. B. WINKEL Veterinarians INSURANCE worth of. insurance in 4 Jwme.company. Safe, •* - Passon, Secretary AND INSURANCE SON State Bank Bldg.. m — - 105 See Household v -Insurance. our P°»cy for of, when Insurance '^«S&LSS&^* IRVINGTONIAN LOSES NIECE IN OPERATION Irvington, May 16—Mr. and Mrs Ben Terhune drove to Jackson,' Minn., Sunday to attend the funeral of Elaine Duman, cousin of Mrs. Terhune. who died | n a Minneapolis hospital Thursday Mlsq Duman, who had boon a lung pa- Went In the hospital more than 18 months, had an operation Wednesday. In the operation part of nun n i? v rmovc(1 Rochester I he patient was unnblo to withstand the shock and died after refusing continuance of blood transfusions given after tho operation. The deceased was a daughter of Mrs. Margaret Duman, of Jackson, and she had pneumonia when a young child and during that illness it was necessary to have a drainage tube in one lung. When the lung later became weaker and she did not respond to treatment, physicians believed that part of the tube might have 'been left In the lung, hence the operation, but nothing of the kind was found. Funeral services were held at 2 o clock at the Methodist church and the Aid served lunch at 4 o'clock for the many relatives who had come from a distance. Friendly Club lias Meeting — The Friendly clulb met last week Wednesday with Mrs. William Metzen, Mrs. Boldridgo assisting, and ten members and four guests were present. Agatha Thilges gave a demonstration on making Mesdames Mary Becker, ^UUUHS Boldridge, Jean Metzen, and Opal Barker, all of whom celebrate birthdays this month, were honored with handkerchief showers. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Erma Schoby, June 1, Mrs. Lillian Klooster assisting. Shores to Fort Dodge- Howard Shore, Algona, went to Fort Dodge one day last week to 'be associated with the International Harvester company. Mrs. Shore and the children are with the Ray Fitches here till suitable apartments can be obtained at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Shore also visited for a time last week with her sister Mrs. Robert .Skilling. Mr. Shore roses. Fannie formerly worked for creamery. the Algona 0. L. Miller Has Birthday- Mrs. 0. L. Miller entertained Sunday honoring Mr. Miller, who celebrate a .birthday Thursday Guests were the Everett Lees, the Wtllard Gregsons, Mr.- and Mrs Edw Wilkins, Mrs. Bert Baldwin her children, the Elliot, Frank am Fred Skillings, the Charels Har veys, Russell Fry, daughter Aud rey, all of Algona, and the L. B Colwells, Irvington. Schools Close With Picnic- Marie Weiner, who has been teaching the second school east o Galbraith, took her pupils to the Amlbrose A. Call park Friday for a picnic. Betty Lemkee's schoo also went to the park Friday foi a picnic. Miss Weiner left for Cedar Falls Monday to spend the summer with relatives. She will re turn to teach the same school nex fall. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA Health Contest Prizes For Portland Pupils Presented Portland, May 38-A picnic was "eld at school No. 6 Sunday with 60 attending. There are thr.ee --- «» v* in i CO o Khth graders, Betty Stewart and Marilyn and Edward Long - , the schools, standard' VI h with A fV • Cecil and Dor- DoilUil , and Howard Long choosing sides. The score was 13•'<* in favor of Cecil's side. Winners were Tony Preral, Bill Stewart Weltlon Bolle, Stephen Tjaden, n n T? n , gl IIe " ry Phm >Ps. Wayne nolle. Hob Hamilton, Harold Long, The loaers w «™ , - Qarnlo Hood, Earl Shiplcr, Blllie Tjaden, Ivan Long, Roscoe Stewart, Ralph Carney, Mennett Trunkhill, Chris Bolie and Edward Long. Attend Woltz Reunion— From here attending a Woltz reunion at Don Woltz's, Winnebago, Minn., Sunday were .the Alf- rcd_ Godfredsons, Clifford Rlngs- dorfs, the El/a and Merle Woltz lamilles, and the Emery Connellys and Pete Godfredsons, Bancroft. There were 40 relatives in attendance. No. 0 School Standardized— In the county standard scoring for this school year Portland No. 6 ranked second. Mary Tjaden is teacher, Portland now has four, or half of ized. 150 Attend School Picnic— Dist. No. 5 school closed Friday and held a .picnic at the Call state park Sunday. A crowd of 150 enjoyed the clay, and the men played baseball in the afternoon. ('l«ss Picnic is Held— Several Portland sophomores attended a class picnic at the Call state park Monday and later a movie. George Hawcott took the crowd in his truck. Other Irvingrton. Dorothy Smith attended a school picnic Friday near Fenton, where her friend, Myrtle Hanna, Was closing the school term. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Peterson visited Sunday at Harvey Thompson's, Burt. The George Lannings spent Sunday at John Schneider's, near Bancroft. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES AT CORWITH HELD Corwith, May 16—The Corwith high school commencement exercises for a class of 22 members were held last Friday evening at the high school auditorium. Dr. Thomas Lutman, pastor of the First Congregational church at Sheldon, was the principal speaker of the evening. Following the processional, the invocation was given by the Rev. Paul Williams. "America" was sung by the audience, and the senior girls quartette, composed of Betty Scace, Margaret Bunting, Bonnie Barracks, and Lurlia Adreon, sang "In the Garden of My Heart." The Rev. Lutman then gave the address of the evening, followed by an instrumental numlber iby the school orchestra. Superintendent J. M. Gehrt presented the diplomas, and the Rev. Karl Killer gave- the benediction. Members of the class are: Ardella Hauptman, Margaret Bunting, Marion Stephens, Lewis Hilyard, Lurlia Adrian, Betty Scace, Jessie Brown, Gretchen Freeseman, Bonnie Barracks, LONE ROCK Jean Arends entertained at a Saturday for an extended visit i, *AH^S y I Thursda y even - with relatives at Webster City and tng. Attending: Mary Ann and Clarion. The V. L. Whalens, of Dolliver, spent Sunday at Roy Jensen's. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman, of Burt, called on.the Jensens in the after- Mnxine Flaig, Dorothy and Marian Jensen, Viola Sprank, Lucille Genrich, and Doris Blanchard. Dorothy Dacken, Chicago, spent the week-end at the parental noon. Frank Dacken home. She is to accompany an Edwards family, by and Anna Lodge Practices for Convention— The Degree of Honor lodge met Monday evening with Mrs. George Scuffham, eight members and one guest attending. The evening was spent at practicing for a convention to be held May 24 at Algona at which the Algona lodge will en tertain other lodges in the district Former Farm Tonth Sick- Wesley Sankey, Princeton, 111. has been seriously sick since February with heart trouble. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sankey and formerly lived on the farm where the Charels Darbys now reside. He te a cousin of Beri Sankey, Galbraith'. Theater Party Is Given— Lavonno Sankey entertained at a theater party Tuesday evening Francis Sorenson, Mildred Elmora Imogens Hill, Maxine Colwell, anc Joyce Mittag. After the show refreshments were served at Behl mer'9. Daughter for the- SIngbnshes— Mr. and Mrs. George Singbush are parents of. a daughter ,born a week ago Saturday night. The 3ingibush.es are with the Peter lalsruds here, Rosella Barker will 5e employed there for a time. Niece Is Graduated— The L. E. Colwells drove to the Jrant consolidated schoolhouse Mon'day night to attend graduating exercises in which Mr. Colwell's niece, Dorothy, daughter of the rloyd Colwells, was graduated. Scoff ham Birthday Observed— On May 9 Mrs. George Scuffham entertained the following guests n honor of Mr. Scuffham's birthday: Fred Poocher, the Herman jyons, and Anne Fechner, all of Algona. fay Breakfast Is Success— A May breakfast served /by the Cresco-Irvington girls' club last week Thursday at Mrs. David King's was a success, the club realizing more than $9. OTHER IRYINGTOff The Frank Asas, Marie Weiner, Arthur Maaa, and the Andrew Becks had a picnic supper at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sun- ay evening', the occasion a farewell party for Miss Weiner and a )lrthday supper for Donald Asa. The Missionary society will meet Friday afternoon at the hurch, with Mrs. 0. L. Miller In harge. Latin America and Spanish peaking peoples will foe studied. Th'is column stated last week bat Ray Wickwire was employed a a farm aear Bedford, but Ray tos been employed In a DX gas iatJ.pn slace, whom she is employed, to Connecticut for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary a week ago Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Presley Sarchett, of Burt, who celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. Others there from here were Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer, R. T. Angus, daughter "rrace, and Charles Dittmer. •Mr. and Mrs. William Bilslbbr- ough, daughter Ila, the W. F. Bils- boroughs, and Agnes Bilsborough, all of Algona, were Sunday dinner guests of the M. O. Richards. The Arthur Bierstedts, Lakota, and B. C. Bierstedts, Burt, spent Sunday evening at Lyle Marlow's. A birthday party honoring Mrs. Leo Schmidt was held Saturday evening.' Cards were played. Attending were the Donald Moores, Cylinder; the Louis Muellers, Emil Schumakers, Ben Klatts and Arthur Riedels, all of Fenton; the Martin Meyers, Algona; the Maynard Muellers, Ringsted; tke Ben, Robert, and Walter Schmidt families, the Harold Cushmans, and the Arend Neelands. The Russell Thompsons, of Burt, spent last Thursday afternoon at Fred Wegener's. Sunday the Wegeners visited the Robert Weg- eners, Whittemore. The John Schallins and Martin Dreyers spent Sunday evening at Donald Radig's. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhardt Meyers, Lu Verne, spent Monday afternoon there. Mrs. Radig and Mrs. Dreyer called on Mrs. Anna Dau, Whittemore. The R. H. Ortmanns, Burt, were Sunday afternoon guests at Karl Ewoldt's. The Rudolph Peters family spent Sunday dinner at Rudolph Tietz's, Algona. They were evening guests at Arthur Zumach's. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck, Mrs. Bernard Jensen and the Carl Kuecks returned a week ago Tuesday from Hartford, Wis., where they attended the, funeral of A> E. Deakins. The Kuecks spent Sunday at Leo Sankey's, Britt. Mrs. Emelie Heidenwith, ' Algona, accompanied them. The Harris Wadsworths and Mrs. James Wadsworth spent Sunday at the Chester Sills home, Galbraith. The Albert .and Chris Sbaser families, the William Raths, and Mrs. Alma Johnson, Algona, and the Ralph Hurl-hurts were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs, Martha Rath and son Lawrence, in honor of Lawrence's birthday. Mrs. Dora Laaibs and family had a picnic and fished at Iowa Lake Sunday. Mrs. A. D. Newbrough, 'daughter Grace, and Mrs, Lawrence Newbrough took Nancy Reynolds, who has been visiting here, to her home at Humtooldt Saturday. Mrs. Anna Newbrough and son Donald returned here with them for a week-end visit with relatives. The Lloyd Hutchisons and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Meyers spent Sunday evening with the Ernest Meyers, east of Burt. 'Mrs. M. E. Blanchard and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough attended the funeral of the former's cousin, Mrs. John MoCowein, Bancroft, Thursday. Mrs. Albert Thompson, Bancroft, and Mrs. Delmar Angus, Burt, spent Saturday at M. E. Blanchard's. Sunday the Blanchards spent the day at / George Klenk's, Titonka. The boys' 4-H club met Friday night with Victor Rogers. The Arnold Zumachs, of Rolfe, spent Sunday afternoon at • Alex Radig's. Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Marlow, ;he Melvin Hawks and Merwin Marlow families spent Saturday light and Sunday at Charles Hawks', Spirit Lake. The 4-H club met Saturday af- ..ernoon with Marjorie Jensen, 11 members and two visitors present. J lans were made for Rally day. Jetty Marlow was elected delegate o attend the convention at Ames, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rice .spent Monday at Hampton with rela- iveu. * Doris Sanders started working Monday at the Macumber cafe. Burdelle Roberts, Moravia, came ast week and is working for a ime for Haro'-d Gross. Mr. and Mrs, A, J. Meyer left Mrs. Hattie Sprank and children, son and Flaig spent Sunday afternoon at G. J. Burt's, near Armstrong. All visited the Clarence Endersons, north of Bancroft. Mrs. ate Hawsk is ill at her home with pleurisy. .Supervisor Charles Morris, accompanied by Supervisor Heiken, Swea City, and Supervisor Fraser, St. Joe, made a business trip to Emmetsburg Monday. Eileen Walsh closed her school near Irvington Friday. She will return there next year. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Gross, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Broderson and son Eugene, attended Veisha at Ames Friday. They visited Mr. and Mrs. George Gross there, he being a part time instructor at the college. 'Calvin Householder and Martin Miller, Chicago, spent from Saturday noon till Sunday noon with the former's family here. A picnic was held Sunday at the Call park, Algona, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Ames, of Oak, N. D., and old friends., Those - from here attending were Mr. and Mrs N. L. Cotton, R. T. Angus, Gerald, daughters Lillian Grace. The William Nelsons spent Sunday afternoon at S. M. Orvick's Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Jergenson, Ledyard, spent Sunday with Mrs, Lillian Wort'hington. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Baumgartner, daughter Ruby, and Mrs. Gertrude Larson, all of McCallsburg, spenl Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. John Dempsey at Eugene Pearson's. All were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson, Ringsted. Sunday, Mrs Dempsey and guests and Betty Ann and Eeula Mae Sharp spent the day at John Arbogast's, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hilton, of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Pearson drove to Spirit Lake Saturday night, where they spent Sunday fishing, Geraldine Liming, Varina, spent the week-end at Fred Genrich'si • Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, daughter Doris, Mrs. Chester Alme, daughter Shirley, and Mrs. Donald Blanchard drove to Mason City Monday, where Mrs. Donald Blanchard continued to Selma, Ala., where Mr. Blanchard Is playing baseball this season. Mr. and Mrs. Will Christenson and Joan Zweifel accompaniedHhe Lyle Reynolds family, of Algona, to Milford Sunday afternoon, visiting at Earl Emory's. Helen H. Plnno Pupils Qlve Recital- Marie Hallig'an presented her piano pupils in a recital last week Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Alice Erlckson, and program numbers were given iby Gene Widen, Beverly Muis, Mildred Fisher, Donna Marie Widen, Olenice Dunfee, Phyllis Hauptman, Phyllis Hauptman and Marie Halligan, Gene and Bennie Widen, Donovan Studer, Dorothy Francis, Arlene Francis, and Dorothy and Arlene Francis and Marie Halligan, trio. Rural School Has Picnic— Rlsle Mae Hunt, teacher of Maple Grove school in west Fail-view, closed her school last Friday with a picnic for her pupils, the parents, and friends. Following the picnic dinners Miss Hunt treated the crowd to ice cream. Miss Moser, teacher pf the Hanna school, brought her pupils to the Maple Grove school In the afternoon for a kittenfoall game. The score was 13-22 in favor of Maple Grove. Hlllcrs Home from Visits— The Rev. and Mrs. Karl Hiller ave returned from a week spent with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Anthony, at Kansas City, Kansas. They report Helen Swelland, Edward Paul Puffer, John. Stull, Wolf, Robert Peterson, Nail, Leroy Lillian Johnson, Elizabeth Oxley, Ralph Hunsley, Clyde Johnson, Evelyn Dawson, Glenn Sloan, and Hugh Unger. Junior-Senior Banquet Given— "Musical Medley" was.the theme carried out at the Junior-Senior banquet heM last. week Thursday evening at the Legion hall. The toasts followed the musical trend, and the following program 1 was given, with Luverne .Korleski acting as toastmaster: reception, junior class president; acception, Paul Puffer; From Tip Pan Alley to Hit Parade, Margaret Bunting; Song 'by the girls' trio, Three Little Notes, Gayle Thompson, Maxine Perkins, Jeanette Woods; Dipsy Doodle, Mr. Miller; Maid of Waltz, Faithe Hoppe; Static, Milo Risvold; Fan Fare, Gertrude Dunlap; King of Swing, Richard Johnson. Prittle-Prattle, Bonnie Barracks; Sign Off" Supt. J. M. Gehrt. Legion "Anx" Plans Banquet— The Legion Auxiliary, Elmer Wilson unit 229, held the regular meeting last week Tuesday evening at the club rooms. Reports were given by committee chairmen, and a summary of the donations made this year was read. Plans were made for a memorial banquet to be held the last of the month. Mrs. Lowell Erickson received the naval print plate, and It was decided a donation would be sent to the National Defense fund. Memibers- voted to' subscribe for ten copies of the "National News" for the committee chairmen, and Three (graces Refreshing io theirloveliness, each ring features a different width... a narrow, a medium, a wide. Each cleverly matches one wedding ring. .., Center diamond and 2 side diamonds in engagement rings.'.. 3 diamonds in wedding ring. ,$60 Th? Par GRUEN ELGIN HAMILTON Watches for Graduation to send one dollar as a birthday Wednesday for an extended stay gift to the assigned child, Ruth caring for her brother's wife, Mrs PAGE THREE Kansas. Topeka in one day, and heavy rains in had five inches ... , „,.„ Emporia five and one-half the same day. The Killers returned via Lincoln and Omaha, Nebraska, where they visited with members of former congregations. Bible School is Announced— The Baptist church, the Rev. Pau'l Williams, 'pastor, will hold its Bible school beginning June 9 and closing June 17. Sessions will be in the mornings, from 9 o'clock until 11:30. Besides the local staff of teachers, there will be two young ladies from the Northwestern Bible school to instruct the pupils. Seniors Hare "Skip Day"— T-he Senior class spent "Skip Day" last week Tuesday, at Lost Island, where they fished and had a picnic. They were accompanied by Supt. Gehrt, Fay Scace, Glen Barracks, and Max Miller. Mrs. Other Corwith. Robert Masterson, Mrs. Harold Evans, daughter Betty Lou, and Margaret and Frances Masterson attended a picnic at Maple Grove school Friday. In the afternoon Margaret and Frances visited the Lu Verne high school, and Mrs. Masterson, Mrs. Evans, Betty Lou visited at' the De Godfrey home at Lu Verne. The Queen Esthers held last meeting of the season and Rae thoir week Monday evening at the home of Lois Escher, who had charge of the lesson. A special number was given by Gertrude Dunlap, and entertainment was in charge of Betty Scace and Maxine Perkins. Following the meeting a lunch was served. Mrs. Clarence Stephens' was called to Ottumwa last weel Trade in those old," ri«ky tire* on safe new GOOD YEARS! Thousands, of stop A tests prove that Goodyears arefthe safest tires. 1 And,, Goodyears today give ten times longer tire life than you ftot in the old days and at one-quarter of the^ cost! Don't wait longer—get owr generojis trade-in allowance. E»«n tbf MfMt tfr? U not complete Without the protection of GOODYEAR LIFEGUARD. Hcajlnaimd tube fruytfae two-ply LUeGuard re- forye Inner tire ra»MjM you to bring your *r to, a tale «urf gtop, vith, out lurch, swerve or danger! Equip your car withGoodyearLUeGuardi. Dutch's Super-Service Specialized Imbrication, Craukcase Fimshiug, Motor 1 " ola Car Badios, Cfoodyear Batteries, Greasing and Washing, Standard Oil and Gas, &«& Service, PHONE 38 Elvin Perkins, who wa« taken to the hospital there for an emergency operation. George Evans Sr. and son George Jr. visited last Saturday with the former's mother, Mrs. Ellen Evans, who Is ill at her home in Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. William Scharlach, Des Molnes, were week-end visitors at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Trenary. Herman Studer, E. J. Widen, W. H. Merriam, and Albert Johnson attended an R. E. A. meeting at Algona one evening last week. Mrs. Helen Johnson, who had been visiting at the Albert Johnson home, left Saturday for her home at Rockwell City. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers and boys drove to Knoxvllle Jast Sunday to visit relatives, and returned home on Monday. BAKING POWDER Same price today as 45 years ago 35 •••••• I« r 25C Mannf aatMrcd by Baking fetowder Specialist! wha Make "nathlng bat Baking P«w««r. MILLIONS OF POUNDS HAVE BEEN USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT TOUB FBIEND AT MEAL TIME FBIIJAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 20 AND 21 Now Few "Tag Ends" in the Refrigerator It's wicked to waste food and the accumulation of leave-over foods is a perfect nuisance. Then mother discovered that in the >vide assortment display at Council Oak there is a size can or package to fit the needs of every family. "Certified" Quality and Every Day Low Prices In all departments. Thanks to Coun. cil Oak "Leave Over" foods have been reduced to a minimum In thousands of home refrigerators. Pork Loin Roasts Nice 8 to 4 pound roasts cut from the tenderloin end of selected pork loins ; at 16^ per bL The same size roast cut from the blade end at 13£ per Ib. Pork Chops Fancy Pork Chops cut from the center of the loin at 244 per Ib. Fancy Middle of the Loin Pork Roasts at the sameprice. Beef Roasts You can enjoy a tender, fine flavored making your selection at Council Oak. Boasts at 17«i and 19£ per pound. roast this Sunday by Corn fed, well covered Fresh Beef to Boil, per pound 12c Mild Cure Summer Sausage, pound 21c Apricots To meet the seasonable demand for low cost sauce and pie fruit the Council Oak Stores feature Morning Light Apricots in No. 10 cans for 45£. The Morning Light brand is your positive guarantee of quality fruit in well filled cans, Fancy Large Peas Only the best in the field and orchard is packed under the Superb Label. Large, meaty peas bearing the Superb Brand are as delicionsly sweet and tender as small sized peas. The larce 8 portion cans for this sale at a special price of 12*. Swedish Rye Manytkinds of bread are sold as Swedish Eye. Council Oak "Swedish Rye" Is baked by the exact formula used by a laree bakery in Stockholm, Sweden. Try a loaf of this excellent bread. White Loaf "A MOST THIRSTY FLOOR" Council Oak guarantees the baking quality of this all purpose flour. When baking bread remember that White Loaf absorbs Ikl/kXA Ifjltnlrla 4l*nn n» A t« A at ,, «1_ J ft j« « ,^ »»WK™* *ro ^:***_$1.49 - $1.29 ... FIRST PRIZE FLOUR, 48-lb. bag Salada Tea Special price for this sale on the tea with the world-wide repn- tation. The J£-lb. green tea for" 28* and the &-lb. black tea for 32*. Alaska Salmon It's most convenient during the summer to have a pantry supply of fancy pink salmon for easily prepared meals. The tall pound cans of Alaska Pink Salmon this week-end at 11* per Superb Oats Replenish your stock of rolled oats for a hot breakfast dish at our sale price. The large carton, regular or quick cooking, at the low price of 15*. Red Bag Coffee A sweet, smooth flavored, "Always Fresh" Coffee, .Sold only in the whole berry. We grind as you like, For the week-end* the price is 17* per Ib, or 3 Ibs. for 49£. ONE CENT SALE Superb Toilet Tissue ble rous for **• wit * ™ The diine bar of ° n to Lava Soap Lava OUs week-end for 85c * u * et California Grapefruit doz. 37c L&rge Lemons per dojeen 23c Crisp Green Cucumbers 3 for lOc Yellow Onions 5 Ibs I9c _ ^....,. > ._, ...,^_^ ,^^,—, BARRY'S BER IS BE S T . SB

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