Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 19, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 19, 1938
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POUR KOSgtTTH COtmtY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA MAY REWRITES Itrlofs summarizing principal news in Tuesday's Upper J)es Jtolnos. GOOD HOPE'S AID HOSTESS AT GUEST DAY Good Hope, -May JG—Thanks to generous response of members of the Methodist Aid at Algona, <i Guest day meeting of the Good Hope Aid In the Good Hope Community room last week Wednesday was a great success. The Algona women turned out to the number of 50. A program consisted of instrumental music, J3ernadine Hunt; vocal, tlie Rev. A. H. Wood; read-! previous reports, and this possibly ing, Susannah Wesley, Mrs. Tom | caused the delay in getting the Reid; vocal duet, Mesdames Arie work done. Dittmer and Quinten Bjustrom; 8TATK AUDITOR C.' W. Storms in a reply to Mayor C. F. Specht's recent protest of expense of the checking of the city's books listed nine objectives of the check and why it might take such a long time. The checkers were here for nearly nine weeks whereas always before it took only about three weeks. Mr. Storms only specific reason stated that the city 'had not followed practices recommended in TWO FORMER SWEA CITYANS DIE SAME DAY reading, Mrs. Bjuslvom; dialog,| ^ Lucille Hackbarth, Betty and Beverly Turner, of the No. 3 school; vocal duet, Mesdames William Turner and W. mime jand Leila Rutlcdge, of the No. A'LL-KOSSUTII hieh school cam was nicked last ^ThaVes, of Burt, as follows; Pitchers, Riddle, Burt, uuec uviesuames wimam Godfredson, Bancroft, and Mar- V!nn / f our »°; l )<l » to -ilow, Lone Rock; Ransen, Titonka, ,n,,rt T'ni nnn i" f r ',i v WO °? cntchel " We!ske - Bui ' t - fl «t base; and Le.la RiiUcdge, of he No. 6 studer, Wesl d b R , '_ ™?n,?,n ,f'vT T ne> lnlk ,°, n "Eiiwntrop. Titonka, third; Krumm, sojourn of Air Bourne and herself; Swea cit Bnortstop . Prlobe Fen .' in Icttis and Arizona last winter; tnn . ..,„,,: ' (Ma . „„,„„,. w na , D ,Bottom Weslev Orlfff'of si-a ' A new in linen— accordion music, Mrs. Oliver Moo, i^Zwing the program a .buffet I CUy ' ce » te '- flc1 "' j tea wns served, with .Mesdames! I'OTTS CKKKK defeated Whit- Arie Dittmer and William Broder- i temore D-2, Bancroft defeated son pouring. Mrs. Allen H. Wood j Eurt G -°. and Titonka won over I conducted devotions. Heads of! Swea City -1-3 in the first games j committees were: 'program, Myrtle! 0 '' lno North Kossuth baseball lea- Sorenson; menu, Marguerite Card-1 Kue Sunday. This coming Sunday 'Burt plays at Bancroft; Ringsted at Whittemore, Lotts Creek at Swea City, and Titonka at Wesley. ner; favors, Sybil Gross. Reunion of IJeirt Families- Funeral services were held Saturday at the Methodist church for Mrs. Ben Rushton, 49, who was Ellen Christine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Carlson, Swea township pioneers. Marriage to B. F. Rushton took place February 12, 1912, and the couple lived lu or near Swea, City till a year ago when they moved to a farm near Austin, Minn. A few weeks ago the home was destroyed by fire, and Mrs. Rushton suffered an apoplectic stroke shortly afterwards. She was taken to the home of her daughter Gladys at Farnharavtlle, la., and died there last week I Wednesday. •Surviving are Mr. Rushton and x children: Gladys, Walter, Glen, Paul, and Dorothy, of Austin; Mrs. Lila Craig, Armstrong. Sisters are Mrs. Sophia Rohlf, Swea j City; .Mrs. Alton Ferguson, Arrn! strong; and Mrs. Anna Stoneldng, Gushing. Franz and John Carlson, Swea township, are brothers. There are four grandchildren. Julia, daughter of John A. Lindbloom. .St. Paul, died there last week Wednesday. The Lindblooms were one of the first four families to settle in Eagle township, and they lived for many years on their own farm on the east shore of Goose lake. Julia, who was born November 8. WOO, accompanied her parents to St. Paul when they retired from in brown and white at $16.95 Other linen Cart w right dresses from $1*2.7"). KRESENSKY'S . Monday. A reunion of the was held at the Ambrose i state park Sunday, and HOSPITAL GENERAL HOSPITAL May 11—H. S. Fain, Humboldt, minor surgery. May 12—.Mrs. C. W. Green, Algona, major surgery. May 14—Mrs. Merle Webster, Algona, major surgery. May 18—'Mrs. M. A. Rahm, St. Benedict, minor surgery. Ledyard club Suny. Bob Spencer also won a pi-fee ™ d she entered Midw ay Hospital. th for a score of ^U on No. 3 She was thought to be recovering Miner won a prize on r ™" h eart trottWe, but grew sud- Swirling-Circular Skirt | Mr. and Mrs. Nate Parr, daughter Marilyn, all of Good Hope; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reid, Des Molnes; the William Spears, Elkton. Minn.; . . Mr. and -Mrs. Albert ''Reid, Haifa j Riddle and (•Mrs. Reid's nieces, Betty and Beverly Turner, Good Hope, were her guests); Mr. and Mrs. Murl Potter, Hum'boldt the Howard Baronets, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reid, Algona, daughter 'Adds Jane. WOX the county high also lived school baseball championship by Other brothers and sisters are defeating Wesley 4-1 on the Algo- Alec and Selim, Fairmont; Anna, na diamond Monday afternoon, •nmfa^ni- n r 0 « Q oov, ,•„ »i ' •*.,,„,.: Bnrt -t, nno " batteries for Wesley. H. «. (,'OWAX & ,SON ha/e pur- , na, afternoon, .professor of speech in the Michi^ tterl f San state normal at Kalamazoo; allowing only , Evana and Effie, Minneapolis; and " ld L1 ° yd were Joe ™* Mamie (Mrs. Forrest Er- chased the building occupied" by the Silver Gray cafe subject to To Observe Aldersgate Din— | approval of the abstract. Posses- With thousands of other church- sion wil1 be given by the M 'tchell • throughout Methodism, next estate Ju " e *• Mr. Cowan has not es throughout Methodism, next Sunday will be celebrated with appropriate services at the Good Hope and Whittemore churches as the Aldersgate anniversary. It is . released his plans concerning a new building. ^ THE U CUT high school baseball team survived the first round of ------ „ — ....... ,, — „. .,. io .^ i 200 years since Wesley, the formal, j the district tournament by debut unsatisfied Christian, exper- 1 feating Corwith 14-0 at AVebster ienced, at a meeting of Moravian, City Thursday, but lost to Dows Christians on Aldersgate street, '- "--' ----- ' ' — ' London, England, a heart-warming assurance of his acceptance by | God and of the integrity of the Christian religion. This experience was the source of a new power and .faitli -which, resulted in the Wesleyan revival, the Methodist societies, and the world-wide Methodist church. Flock Dot Voile shirtwaist dress — with the very new 32 tucked, gored skirt—trimmed with leather belt and lace edged pique collar . . choice Navy, Wine, or Black Sizes 12 to 20— $1.98 KRESENSKY'S 3frs. Hnwcott to Bochester— Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott and Josie Dittmer, R. N. at Algona, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Algona, to Rochester Sunday, and Mrs. Hawcott entered a Mayo hospital for removal of- cataracts from 'her eyes. 'Mr. Hawcott returned with the Jensens. Miss Dittmer remained with Mrs. Hawcott for a few days. Other Good Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Reid accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reid, Algona, to Mason City Tuesday, and the latter was to have the services of a dental specialist for removal of teeth. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Gross and Mr. and Mrs. William Broderson, with the son Eugene, went to Ames Friday in the Gross car to attend Veishea at the State college. Howard Sarchet went back to school Monday, after several weeks of mumps. 6-3 in the scond round. Wesley high school lost out in the first round. E. >V. LUSUY spoke at Spencer Thursday before a meeting of the durggists in this district, speaking on the making of ice cream in drug stores. Ailso ,in attendance were Eugene Murtagh, Emmet Beard, and K. D. James. CONSERVATIONISTS are interested in the new law passed by congress last week making a million dollars available for conservation. Kossuth leaguers hope to have part of the money spent in this locality. THE JUNIOR Legion baseball league opens its season with the first game May 27 with Bancroft playing at Wesley, and Algona at Titonka. May 31 Wesley plays at Algona, and Titonka at Bancroft. PHYLLIS JACOBSON won first place in Kossuth's essay contest which is part of the air mail observance this week. E. R. RISING is moving into his new elevator building on highway 169 south of the Northwestern depot next week. THIEVES stole a young tree from a grove on the Geo. Hackman ickson), Eagle township. The mother died in 1027. Four Horses Do an Old-Style Runaway Irvington, May 16—Four 'horses being worked (by Lawrence Thompson on the L. E. Colwell farm ran away twice last week .Thursday. The first time they were hitched to a disc in the field, and Mr. Thompson was behind the machine, doing some repairing. U, B. Frankl drove a cow past, and the horses started to run. They stayed in the field, but before they were caught the disc was, badly wrecked. After having been un- ... hitched from the machine, the;K horses again took fright and ran away. This time they managed to straddle a fence, a long stretch of which was torn down before they freed themselves and set out for Irvington. None of the horses was injured. Fenton Child Put in Plaster Cast Fenton, May 18—Mrs. Allan Bollinger and daughter Kathleen returned home Saturday from the hospital at Iowa City, where Kathleen received medical treatment. She is now two and one-half years old, and was born with both hips out of joint. Although she has been walking it was difficult for her to get around, and the parents consulted a specialist. She was placed in a cast from her waist to her toes and will have to remain that way for several months. BARBER SHOP PATRONS — MY _ w . ,.. ... — _„„. —..„..„,„.,.. shop will close May 26 for sev- farni south of Algona after dusk eral weeks vacation.—S. J. Stehle one night last week. 15p3 140 WORDS A MINUTE ON A HOYAL PORTABLE Says Albert T; Woftfm Typing ClinmpiM STUDENTS! The sky's the limit! Smooth, effortless, big-machine features and a full «ized keyboard put Royal in a rU by itself for speed and convenience. Yet Royals cost no morel Only a few cents n day! Ask about sensational new Easy-Pay Flan. I. G. Dewel at Advance Office FOR SALE — YEARLING HERE- ford bulls.—Elmer Ellingson Ottosen. 10p34-3J TOMATO PLANTS FOR SALE, lOc per dozen. Stanley Egel, Irvington. 10u35 AUTO LOANS — REFINANCING. Lower payments. — Western Credit Co. 8u30tf FARMERS, WILL BUY YOUR red fox pups. — Fred G. Beckenbaugh, Fort Dodge. 15(2)30-35 FOR SALE—TWO CHOICE, highly improved farms near Algona.— F. W. Dingley. llu34 FOR SALE—OAK POSTS, cornel- posts, and braces.—F. S. Thompson, 2GF12. 12p34-35 FOR SALE—SILVER KING SEED corn, $2 per bushel. — F. S. Thompson. 12p34-35 WANTED—SECOND HAND Model A Ford roadster or coupe. Fair condition, reasonable. Ask Advance, g REDUCED PRICES ON BABY chicks! Come and see us before you order. Welp's Hatchery, Bancroft I5u35 FILMS DEVELOPED AND printed —Any size film, 30c for 8 regular pictures and one enlargement FREE.—Lusby's. 17(2)31tf USED MACHINERY — THERE IS ready demand for used farm machinery. Tell Advance farm readers what you have for se,le. 34tf EARLY 90 DAY GOLDEN SEED corn is best for late planting. $1.50 bu. graded A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore 13p35 WAN1KD—WORK ON FARM BY month. Single, age 21, tractor experince. Call 1014, Lone Rock. Burdell Roberts 16p35 WANTED—CATTLE TO Pasture Ray Lieurance, Burt. 7p34-35 I WISH TO ANNOUNCE MY candidacy for supervisor in the Third district on the republican ticket.—H. J. Presthus. 18p35-37 IMPROVED KOSSUTH RELI- ance corn, $2.25 per bushel and down.—Arthur L. Look, Lu Verne, Iowa. 13p33-35 FOR SALE — A FEW SMALL- ca-pacity chick feeders. Also waterers. Visit our poultry supply department. Lots of bargains. — Howard Hardware. 20(2)35 FREE DEMONSTRATION — Your OneJMinute Washer dealer, L. W. Swanson, will arrange a free demonstration in your home at your convenience. 20-35 POULTR.YMEN! YOU WILL BE amazed at results from Sargent Starting Mash. Builds healthy, sturdy bodies. Costs no more.— Anderson Grain & Coal Co. 23(2)35 FOR SALE—POTATOES, EARLY and late; also Kossuth Reliance and Silver King Seed corn, 3 mi. *. and 2% E. Whittemore.—Frank Meine. 21p34-35 an IOWA COMPANY. See me for prompt closing, no commission. — Edward Capesius, Heise bldg., Algona. 25-33tf WE WISH TO^ .THANK EACH and everyone for the expression of sympathy and beautiful flowers during the sicknes and death of our beloved baby son. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Bush. ROUTING THE BLACK MAM- moth Jack-Duke No. 2059 (formerly owned by C. L. Blank, of Kanawha). A proven breeder, sires tieavy bone mules with quality, many of them sorrels. — Everett Faith, phone 853, Algona. 32p34-37 AUTOMOBILE OWNERS ATTEN- tion—Safe driver rewards. Our policy holders always save from 20% to 30%—coast to coast claim service non-restricted — standard coverages. Buy standard protection at lowest cost.—Algona Insurance Agency, C. R. La Barre. 35U33 WISH TO ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy for supervisor in the 4th district on the democratic ticket. —Charles H. Newel, Fenton. 19P33-36 WAN WANTED FOR 800 FAMILY Rawleigh route. Permanent if you're a hustler. Write Raw- eigh's, Dept. IAE-10-123, Free- Port, 111. WISH TO ANNOUNCE MY CAN- didacy for the republican nom- natioii for supervisor of the See- on district in. the June primaries. —Claude A. Samson. 21p30-37 BANKERS LIFE FARM LOANS- LOW rate, long time funds from MAN WANTED TO'SUPPLY customers with famous Watkins products in Algona. No investment. Business established, earnings average $25 weekly, pay starts immediately. — Write J. R. Watkins Company, D98, Winona, Minnesota. 24p35 REDUCED PRICES in baby chicks Leghorns $5.50, heavies $6.50, assorted cockerels, $1.90. Started chicks on hand in brooder $1 per week additional.,Free paring knife with 300 chicks or more. Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft and Titonka. 35u34tf FOR SALE—1938 FORD DELUXE Fordor sedan. Color black with white sldewall tires, Pbi'lco radio, Stewart Warner gas heater, run 1100 miles. Liberal discount for quick sale. Inquire .Stewart Super Service, 302 E. State. Tel. 798. 3&p35 Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Recce, with Kathleen, were at Blue Earth Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nit/,, Ed\v. Knoner, and Ellwood Green were at Fairmont Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Junkermeler are parents of a son, born Monday, May 9, at their home near Lakota. Mrs. Jacobs, Swea City, is caring for them. Mrs. Junkermeler was formerly Esther Logeman. Mr. and iMrs. Cyril Hoag are parents of a daughter, born the same day at the Wohnke hospital, Bancroft. Larry Wolcott and Verna Caerns, Mankato, called at L. A. Nitz's last week Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clark, of'La- kota, visited the Max and Paul Nitzes that day. * The Charles Basharas were at Armstrong and Estherville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pugsley, Elmore, daughter Barbara, and Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson were dinner guests at Mrs. Thompson's sister, Mrs. J, A. Zweifel's, Corwith. Mrs. Pugsley is a niece of Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Zwelfel. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden, with the son Harvey, visited at the Parrish home, Fairmont, Sunday. They found Mrs. Parrish much better. They also visited a nephew, Duane Campbell, in a hospital at Estherville. Ray Wentworth, Jack Welch, and Ben Mayer fished Sunday at Shield's Lake, .Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bargar and a son, who for the last year had lived at Boise, Ida., have returned to Iowa, and they spent Sunday at the daughter Mrs. .Edward Knoner's here. They will occupy their house at Lakota soon. The C. Roelfsemas, >Renwick, were also Sunday guests of Knoner's. Mrs. Roelfsema was Florence Barbar before marriage. Mr. and Mrs. William La Cour, Amiboy, Minn., and Dorothy Black were week-end guests at the J. Blome's and Edw J.unkermeier's. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zielske were at Buffalo Center last week Wednesday to call on Nicholas Keller, in a hospital there. L. C. Strand was at Des Moines last week Tuesday, on a business mission. George Hagge was a business caller o_t Algona the same day. Marjorie Oswald, H. S. senior, was operated on at the Buffalo Center hospital last week Monday for appendicitis. Edw. Knoner took his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. August Knoner, to Hubbard Sunday to visit a daughter, Mrs. F. Brand. Lars Skaar has had a large cbicken house built on lots behind his home. Arvid Brand, working at St. Paul, is visiting a few days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brand. Mr. and Mrs. William Batt, daughters Edna and Doris, and granddaughter Marilyn were Sunday guests at the Albert Barnes home. Mr. Batt is Mrs. Barnes' uncle. The Jerry Barnes family, Blue Earth, was also there. The Walter Logemans, the Engelbart Logemans, and Melvin Logeman visited at the Elmer Junk- ermeiers, near Lakota, last week Tuesday evening. The annual baccalaureate service was held Sunday evening for the seniors and was well attended. The processional was played by Mrs. Doore; .Kathleen Reece sang a solo, accompanied by R. O. Morris, and the Rev. A. A. Depping preached the sermon. Marvel Halvorson played a flute solo. ST, JOE BABES BAPTISED AND GIVEN NAMES St. Joe, May 16—'A son was born to Mr. and Airs. Sylvester Thilges on May 4, and he was baptised at St. Joseph's church on <TVUiy 8, and •was christened James John. Sponsors wore John Thilges and Mrs. Catherine Besoh. Mr. and Mrs. Thilges are new 'people in the vicinity, having moved 'March 1 to the farm vacated iby 'the Loo Wcy- derts. The Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire, 'born May 2, was baptised Ann Idnbella at the church SUndny, and sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Illg. Twins for Ex-Si. Joe Girl- Relatives hero have received word of the birth of twins boys to Mr. and .Mrs. Virgil Dimmer, Cas- tloton, N. D., Wednesday, May 11. The babies are the first great- grandchildren for Mrs. John Fuhr- manu Sr. here. Mrs. Dimmer was formerly Elnora Fa'ber. A few years ago she worked at the Frank Dovine home here. Orville Hedrick's. The Herman Wises spent Sunday and Monday with relatives nt Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Hllbort Hogburg and Grandpa Peterson of Rock Island, 111., were dinner'guests Friday noon at Herman Wise's. The John Scheulers, Swea City, the Charles StvaUons, and Arlene and Eddie Hammond, Swea 19, « * «t City, and Mrs. S daughter, Mi%s. D n Sunday dinner "' c t Hammond's. su Mr. and Mrs. n „ spent Sunday nt^n^ s » James Brophya, C h ° n The Harvey S' Sunday at P 0 , Roy Stevens family 5 Slorc Gets Improvements— I George Lencrtz and his carpenters from Livermore lire doing 'considerable work on the William IB. CoVine store here. Four feet of , the front of the building have been cut off and new display windows have been installed. St. Joe Couple U> YTml— i Banns of marriage were published Sunday for the first time at St. Joseph church for Adeline, daughter of Peter Erpelding, and Nicholas, son of 'Mrs. Lucy Wagner. 'Weather Belays Corii-rinntinir— Farmers in this locality are beginning to get a little 'Worried over the fact that the wet weather . is keeping them from getting their corn planted. Boys "Win from Alfronu— The St. Joe school boys went to Algona one afternoon last week and played ball with a St. Cecelia academy team, 'Winning 4-1, Other St. Joe News. i 'Mrs. Alvin Lloyd, Swea City, was 'brought to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Rowell, Friday where she is convales- ing after two weeks at the General hospital, Algona, following a major operation. i Zita Thill recently made a trip to Iowa City, leaving Thursday and returning Saturday. She has heen taking treatment at a hospital there and will have to go back in six months. ' Mrs. M. Han if an and Thomas, who had spent the winter months at Mrs. John . Fiihrmann's, have returned to their own home at 1 Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Rowell are having an additional room .built on their two-room home. George Becker and Mr. Rowell ore doing the work. 'The Sisters of the St. Joseph parochial school were taken to Staoyville Saturday in the M. T McGuire car. •Mrs. William Hammer and her son Herbert Were Monday afternoon visitors at John Hammer's Irvington. Sexton Mrs. Fred tearing and children spent Sunday at Britt with her parents, the Henry Slaves. Mrs Wave has been sick the past week. Mr and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and kclith, spent the day with Mrs. A. iJ. Richards in Algona. Leo Heinen attended the funeral of his neice, Mrs. Stahl, at Lu Verne, Monday. Mrs. Stahl died Friday morning. The Otto Neumans were Suuday visitors at their daughter Mrs. FLAT ... with the certain "casual air" that only Flats have! This aclor- ahlc "ladder-strap" step-in is in., your favorite colors and leathers ... daintily perforated ... with "just-right" heels! See our others! Also in White Kid Kresensky's Shoes Ready-to-Wear Hosiery The Sale You Been Waiting Man Tailored Suits Dress Maker Suits Fitted Coats Loose Coats Garments, Regular $10.95 to $14.95 values Garments, Regular $17.50 to $22.50 values 200 pairs of spring shoes Regular value $3 to $4 Kresensky's Shoes Ready-to-Wear Hosiery | APPRICOTS | No. 10 M Can 43c Hood's Store Special for Fri., Satur., and Mon PHONE 855 PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE CORN =£ No. 2 cans, good quality = 4 cans 27c MAY 20, 21, 23 ALGONA, IOWA LYE IGA Hi-Test 2 cans 13C PEAS No. 2 cans —a buy 3 cans 25c g FLAVOR AID, all flavors. 3 p SALAD DRESSING, Carol, qt. j ar = CATSUP, Carol, Ige. 14-oz. bottles 2 for 23^ = PEANUT BUTTER, Carol, 2-lb, jar Ht 3 STUFFED OLIVES, a%-o«. bottle JJJJJJJJJJJ^t PEACHES No. 10 cans 39c PINEAPPLE No. 10— Bro. sliced 65c , o ^. PICKLES, quart jars S RED BEANS, IGA, No. 2 ________ ~III~3~ cans 25£ | Ginger Snaps Fresh Pineapple Goad size Each* 10c Rose, tall cans 3 for CORN FLAKES, IGA la^ge ""Vpkgs. MACARONI OR SPAGHETTI, 8-ozs. - ___ 2 pkgs. »* CORN STARCH, IGA, 16-ozs. __. W SALT, plain, 2 lb. box ..... __ ____2 for SALT, Iodized, 2-lb. box ____""I~I""_2 for Fresh Pound IOC Tomatoes for 29c LETTUCE Large size .Each, 10c 4 *^ I DC PURE GROUAD O *J4 ^ MEAT ---------- <Lbs. 31 C FANCY BEEF ROASTS, lb, ARMOUR'S BACON, Oft- Sliced ----- ..... ____ Lb.Z9C 100% PURE, 9 oi ~ LARD .__ ------ C Lbs.glC LEAN BEEF 4 ** STEW ------------- Lb. I CC CARROTS Fresh 2 bunches, 13c Quality Meats PORK CUTLETS Lb SMALL -r~.Lb. WIENERS _ T. PURE PORK SAUSAGE..... LEAN PORK ORANGES Med. size 1 doz., 19c BOATS —- Lb. lie Paying in Trade fw~^^ lllliiJilllllllllllUlllNllllllHlliiiHiiiiiniUmiUIIIIIIIH^UHHHUmHHH..... ^»** BACON SQUARES „__ Lb. PORK a LIVER C Lbs. LONGHOBN 17fi CHEESE , T _ Lb. M v LOAF A 4fift CHEESE t Llj. Box*t^ v 'SUSDIER. SAUSAGE „„_„„„„ lil J 11 l,i.,..ilJi.-,l|.^-.^t.j : ,UK-...LJ...l l

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