Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1938 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 16, 1938
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i*. s KOSSUTM COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA was sick with in..,., "" last week. ., nil H 0 n family reun- JeW Saturday at the we ve Sunday Duma", mother, Jackson, , who was taken last week Its re: orted in serious dater, Mrs. G. foe L Spencer, Is retire 11 ffrnnl, Ottumwa, goes KB visit since Sat[£ parent*- Mr. and '"."'G D. Stokes were """•' s sis 1unE drive to u'Viterday (Wednea- L a lunclieon given by Mrs. Daniel Kelly. Ben Ingebritson B Fred Engel fish- r,r£»t ls'*» d - B ° th |tt the Dau garage. ,nnk, Rockford, III., kurday to visit relat iv- Kpioyed a few weeks It Howard Plait's here, a this year gradu- latter's brother, E. R. DcLnno. Mr Noel is a saelsman, and Mr. DeLano works at the DX station here. Dr. and Mrs. Mllo Meyer, Marshalltown, were week-end guests oC the G. W. Stlllmans. The four are former schoolmates at the state university. Doctor Meyer is an M. D. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott left .Tuesday for a two weeks vacation tour. They had no definite dustl- ation in mind. Mr. Hawcott is a partner in the Hawcott & Ogg .Wonder store. 'Dorothy Mawilslny came homo Friday from Amos, whore she wan a freshman during the academic year just ended. Her mint, Mrs. Paul Dremmel, down for her. Irvinglon, went PAGE SEVEN school next year. Uordon nnil Itnb Dewcl, who left Inst week Thursday, got home Monday from a week-end with their brother, Dr. 13, F, Dowel, Kvanslon, 111. On the way to the city they stopped briefly at the Dollfi in Wisconsin. Fny Noo, of Tabor, came Friday for a visit of indefinite length with her aunt, Mrs. A. R. Moulds. She taught during the school year ,1ust closed at LcMars, Colo. She and Mrs. Moulds hadn't seen each other before in 18 years, II. H. Itasmnsson returned yesterday (Wednesday) from Kirks- villc, Mo., where he had spent n few days and had n minor operation. Ho is now much improved. Mr. Uasmusflon is band Instructor in the local schools. , Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Butler went to Minneapolis Tuesday to attend the funeral of a sister of Mrs. Bnt- ler today. This sister had long brother, the latter's wife, and his sister, Betilah Grlggs, all of St. Paul. Other relatives were also there, and all spent part of the day together. Mrs. A. L. Itrown and her son Gordon accompanied County Agent Brown to Ames yesterday morning, and while Mr. Brown attends a 4-H state convention there. Mrs. Brown is visiting Mr. Brown's Jitter, Mrs. W. H. Stacy, whose husband is a member of the State college extension staff. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bergfield returned Monday from Le Mars, where they had been called Sunday by word that their eldest daughter, Mrs. Fri«iklln Clarke, was having a major operation that day. Mr. Clarke is a buttermaker there, and Mr. Bergfield works for Kennedy & Parsons here. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Seeman and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granxow will ,u, luu a,. i,, B S.MUI i.au IOIIB u d a n-day Sec. 6 creamery been a Mayo hospital patient at „„„,,„„ n) i, n ' ff tnrlav m ,,,«- jlson, Algona 80nao1 ' Ikon, .ionday as stenographer fAttorney L. A. Winkel. son Orville Bakken, Nielsen were delegates pr League convention at City Saturday and Sun- Mrs. Tom E. Dalley, daughter Maxine, spent . Lakota with Mrs. Dailer, Mrs. Minnie Heet- |(cr Sullivan expects to iDostmasters 1 convention i Monday and Tuesday. Irmaii for the eighth dls- dcr will leave for Say- today, and will be em- fcre for the summer. She iter of Mr. and Mrs. R. learcr gave an account of I trip to Salt Lake City fellowstone National park Kiwanis club last week Mrs. Robert H. Bell, , spent Sunday at West tsts'of Mr. Bell's mother, it Gade, who was cele- George St. It to Waterloo Monday to •meeting of the state Ma- |nd Chapter. They will morrow. i IVallulinits were Sun- j of Mr. Wallukait's sls- IGeorge Beebe, Humboldt. le is a light "arid 'power ]ploye there. i McKnyc, Des Moines, jest last week Thursday of |Mrs. M. C. McMahon. He employ of the United ies & Tile Co. |ey and Mrs. Tyrrell Iri- ledar Rapids, were week- i of the former's parents, Ijlrs. C. L. Tngersoll. Tyr- I three partners. , Patterson, Ames stu- . Tho Rev. L. E. lloddy, pastor of an Evangelical church at Uoches- .ter, Minn., was a guest last week Wednesday of his sister-in-law, Mrs. F. C. Vol/ke, wife of the local Baptist pastor. Raymond I.iinnini,', Delhi, after attending an agricultural teachers' .conference at Ames, visited his .mother here, Mrs. Sylvia Lanning, over the week-end. He teaches in the Delhi schools. , The E. E. Donglns family moved Monday from 510 south Harlan to 110 west College. They now live In a house owned by D. D. Monlux. Mr. Douglas is manager of the Cummings store. Itnrbcr mid Mrs. Frank Shilts, with Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Stewart, called on friends at Estherville Sunday. The women arc sisters, and Mr. Stewart is in the employ of the Klassie garage. S. If. McNutt, who owns hoth the local hardware buildings and had the Kohlhaas and Spilles front repainted and painted last woek, is now having the Howard front repointed and painted. . Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meyer, I birthday. Konlux and UochoHter. 'Mr. Butler owns tho local lien Franklin store. Mr. anil Mrs. W. F. Yeoman, of Monticollo, and a daughter were guests Monday of the G. C. Yeo- nians. W. P. Yeoman is partner ;n a lawn-rake factory, and G. C. Yeoman ifc manager of the Birum- Olson Buick garage hero. Mr. nnd Mrs. n. R. HuUell, with their two sons, spent Sunday ' at Easton, Minn., visiting Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Weinman. Mr. Weinman works for an oil company, nnd Mr. Hut/.ell is manager of the McCormlck-'Deering shop here. Willnrd Marie Pommer- oning, Dorothy Lund, viovc Sterling spent and last Gene- week me Saturday for the Bum- bis mother, Mrs. Gusta He is taking a dairy i economics course. Elcrcnn, Lorraine, Mar- [rnadine, and Paschal, all j In the local St. Cecelia's |, will leave for the sum- i Dubuque convent. " Mrs. William Brown, i daughter Jane, drove to |nes Monday on a business They saw the Register |ine carriers' parade. Mrs. T. L. Robinson loaday and Tuesday at Des I house-hunting. T. L,., who |for a machinery company, ^transferred to that city. Mrs. Harry Hankens, •City, spent Sunday with I daughter, Mrs; |f jDelbert Mr. Brown is in, the em- j the Modern Dry Cleaners. ~lMrs. John Noel, Ottum- guests Friday of the' Charles City, and their infant son spent the week-end at the D. J. .Buss home. Mr. Meyer, a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Buss, works for the Mart-Parr company. , Marvel Dole, Irvington, returned Sunday from a visit since last week Tuesday with her sister, Mrs. .Chester Harmon, Woden. Marvel is a sister of Lucile and Evelyn Dole, employed in Algona. The I). E. Dewel family was released from small pox quarantine Monday. The little daughter Marjorie, whose exposure to the disease is still unaccounted for, was sick only two or three days. , Donna Jean Reeves, who is spending the summer with her grandmother, Mrs. Andrew Godfredson, spent a few days laSt week with her grandmother, Mrs. Emma Reeves, Cedar Rapids. . Mrs. Charles Brown, Ames, came Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs. Mary Corle. Mrs. Brown, who lived here many years, now lives .with her daughter, Mrs. Clifford Clark. Clifford is a salesman. . County Treasurer and Mrs. M. J. Duffy, with their three daughters, .were Saturday evening guests of .the parental Martin Duffys, Whittemore. The elder Mrs. Duffy has of .late been sick, but is improving. Dwuine Lighter took his mother, Mrs. Clinton Lighter, to Livermore Tuesday evening to attend an Eastern Star meeting. She is a past matron of that lodge. The Lighters recently came here from Bode. , Adra Yeoman began work last wek as bookkeeper for the new Buick garage, owned by the Birum .Olson. Co. Miss Yeoman was .graduated fronLthe Algona high school: The garage is next south of the Advance shop. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Johnson, of Clarion, with their children, Harold and Betty, were Sunday guests pf the W. J, Fullers. Mrs. Johnson 'is a niece of Mrs. Muller, and Mr. Johnson has a body shop and garage at Clarion. Kathryn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Gillespie, is spending the summer with her sister, Mrs. Thursday evening at Kanawha with friends. Willard and Marie are employed at the Call theater, and Dorothy is office girl at Dr. Schanp's. Arlenis Soncrliolni, Crystal Lake, and Henry Steiner, Red Oak, were guests last' week Thursday and Friday of the former's sister, Mrs. H. C. Anderson. Mr. Steinor, who formerly clerked at the Gamble store here, now clerks in another Gamble store. Mildred ttich, of the W. C Dewel home, entertained Ruby Stevenson, Fostoria, a former teachers college housemate, and two young men from Waterloo at the Dewel summer home at Clear Lake Saturday night and Sunday Mr. Dewel was also there. Kay Dunn, Chicago, accompanied Mary Louise Gilmore home from Ames college Saturday for a week's visit here. Both were fresh- sumed duties at the city clerk's office Wednesday. Jlert Peck, Long Beach, Calif., well known former Algoninn, is expected Friday for two months with his daughter, Mrs. George Stewart. It is now more than ten years since he left Algona. Mr. Peck clerked at the C. S. Johnson store before moving to California in 1927, and he once clerked at what is now the Kohlhaas & Spilles hardware store. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Klamp spent from last week Monday till the following Thursday at Hawarden with the Willinram McLeods. Mr. MoLcod is a Northwestern telegraph operator. (Mr. and Mrs. Klamp were at Burt Sunday evening, visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Vinaas. The Vinaases have for many years conducted one of Iowa's best small-town hotels. wife formerly lived at Nashville. , Mrs. M. A. Hjostrand and her small son Ronald will leave Friday for Cane, Pa., where they will be guests till September 1 of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Benson. They will go east with Mr. Sjostrand's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sjostrand, St. Peter, Brooklyn, N. Y. Pastor Sjostrand Minn., who will attend an Augus- tana Lutheran Synod meeting at will drive to Pennsylvania in mid- August to bring home his wife and son. Al Stachle, Burt veteran hardware dealer, was an Algona visitor Tuesday. He has been in poor health during the last few months. He suffered a light stroke, and though much improved, is not yet able to resume work at the store. He was a patient a lime or two at the veterans' hospital, Des Moines, meeting at Bancroft today (Thu;s>day). A potluck luncheon will be served at noon, and the wives of the buttermakers will play bridge in the afternoon. Mr. Seeman is secretary of the section. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elbert, with the sons Donald and Ronald, took their nieces, Audrey and Eleanor Randolph, Spencer, to Charles City Sunday for two weeks with another aunt, Mrs. K. F. Ball. The girls, who had been here a week, are grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves, farmers west of Algona. Itarhara, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wi'.Ustone, with her Mr. Staehlc's wife was one of the sister, Marilyn Keen, will leave' Kricthe girls, and her parents, the Saturday evening for Lakevllle, 111., where Mrs. Wettstone will be late Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kriethe, were pioneer farmers, west of counsel at a girls' camp there, andj Burt. Mr. Wettstone will be athletic| Mr. and Mrs. R. AV. Caldwell, coach. Mrs. Wettstone, who has with their daughter Maxine, left been here a week with her par- Wednesday for two months in the ents, Mr. and Mrs R. J. Keen, is west. They were to stop first at the former Eleanor Keen. Marilyn will be with her sister two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Reynolds, Mrs. Harry Bode, and the hitter's daughter Evelyn, teacher at Ringsted, will drive to Faribault, Minn., Sunday to attend a peony show which opened Saturday and will continue till June 24. The show is Parker, S. D., to visit Mrs. Caldwell's father, a Mr. Doak, and thence go on by easy stages to California, traveling down the coast. Maxine was graduated from the local high school this year. Mr. Caldwell was a partner in the Zender & Caldwell store till recently, when he sold his interest held on a peony farm which has to F. C. Zender, who is now sole Mrs. Merle Webster and her son Mrs. E. W. Hansen, accompanied I 60 acres of peonies. Mrs. Bode won her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. grand sweepstakes on a choice P.. Hansen, to Minneapolis Sun- peony at a recent Kossuth Flower ] Richard returned Sunday from a day, after the elder Hansens had | show, slient the week-end here. She will remain there till July 4. E. W. works for Botsford's here, and his father is employed in the Minnesota secretary of state's offices. Dorothy Green, Sheldon, came 'Sunday to visit her grandfather, Barney Casler. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Green, former Algonians, and was graduated from the Sheldon high school in 1!)3G. This year she was a Junior college' graduate. IMr. and Mrs. Casler went to Sheldon to attend the graduation exrcises early last week. Irene Capesius and "Tick" Hur- | week at Mason City with the for- Jlr. and Mrs. John Foth attend- j mer's sister, Mrs. W. B. Rae. The ed the funeral of a sister-in-law, j Raes took Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Tay- Mrs. Adolph Foth, Bancroft, Mon-llor, parents of Mrs. Rae, and Rich- day. The latter, whose home was | ard Webster to Estherville the at Lone Rock, died suddenly one j same day to attend a Patterson- day last week. The local Foths Butcher family reunion in honor of were accompanied to Algona by Cecil Butcher, who is in the Navy. Mrs. Celia Fisher and Henry Foth, Cecil is the son of Mr. and Mrs. both of Groton, S. D., who also at-| Melvin Butcher, Fairmont, and tended. Henry is a brother of; Mrs. Butcher is a sister of Mrs. John. The visitors were to remain; Taylor. recently graduated from nurses' training at Mercy hospital, Mason City, and Norma will he a sophomore at St. Cecelia's academy next fall. There are two other Payne daughters: Ruth, who works for the Modern Dry Cleaners, and Alice, in the employ of the Algona Insurance Agency. Mr. Payne returned Tuesday from Des Moines, where he attended the Register and Tribune carriers' frolic. He is still a country circulation supervisor for the two papers. Mrs. Nellie G. Buwyer, Hollywood, Calif., writes: "I wish to correct a serious error I made in my letter of June 2. I said 'Idlewild' was named by the Dlcksous. This should have been the C. P. Dorlands. On leaving Algona tl\e Dorlands went to Pasadena, whore Mr. Dorland for a time occupied a pulpit in a church. Both Mr. and Mrs. Dorland are now dead. Mr. Dorland was a brother of the late Wlllet Dorland, who married Emma Chrischilles, and the latter now lives at San Diego. Professor' Dickson was once superintendent of the Algona schools, and, I K >3lieve, was the last always to wear a silk hat." Mrs. OHs Paddock, of Glendale, Ariz., with her daughter Patricia iVnn, arrived Saturday for a month iere with the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Tribon. Mrs. Paddock and her parents were enter- .ained at Sunday dinner at Dg White's. Plum Creek, and were guests Monday of the doctor's eis- ter, Mrs. Mary Lampright. Doctor Tribon and Mrs. Paddock, with the latter's daughter, left Tuesday morning for Mountain, Wis., for a short visit with another Tribon daughter, 'Mrs. Herman Leeftink the former Dorothy Tribon. They stopped at Independence that evening to see the doctor's brother, Dr Elbert Tribon, a veterinarian, who suffered a light stroke a few weeks ago. TO MEMBERS GAY PAREE NIGHT CLUB HAND'S PARK Fairmont, Minn. DANCE SATURDAY, JUNE 18 Algona Rhythm Club for n few days. Mrs. If. 1\ Miller. A card from Ellis Runchey asks Oklahoma change of his Advance address City, with her young son Philip, will arrive today for the summer as usual with the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs. P. V. Janse. Mrs. ly, Mason City, were Sunday Janse and Mrs. H. B. White drove .guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius, farmers southeast of Algona. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Winkel, Algona, were also there, Mrs. Winkel being the former Mildred Capesius. Irene is cashier for a Sears & Roebuck from Neosbo, Mo., to Clarion. El- Hs, who for some years had a grocery store here, is now operating a Cities Service oil station at Clarion. Mrs. Runchey, a daughter of down to Kansas City to meet them the late George Platt, Neosho, is a men during the academic year just i st and Mr< Hu] ., is employed ended. Miss Gilmore will spend the summer with her parents, Mr. Ervin Gerbers, wife of a farmer .west of Algona. Kathryn will be a freshman in and.Mrs. H. L. Gilmore. Mrs. L. f. Si'hiclitl, of Staples, Minn., was called to Algona Wednesday by word that her father, "Cap" Cook, who was taken to a local hospital one day last week, was gravely sick. Mrs. Schichtl's brother, .Russell Cook, met her at Britt and brought her here. The llev. P. J. Brancr left Tuesday by train for St. Louis to attend a national convention of the Evangelical Lutheran church, the Missouri Synod, June 15 to 25. Mr. Braner is delegate from the Algona circuit. Student Becksr, of Fort Dodge, will preach here during Mr. Braner's absence. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. McGilligan, Mr. and Mrs. James Elbert, and daughter Shirley, and Mrs. Elbert's mother, Mrs. J. H. Palmer, motored to Webster City Sunday to visit Mrs. Ruth Clehdenning, sister of Mrs. McGilligan. Mrs. McGilligan is cook at the Coffee Shop. Mrs. A. E. Michel came home Tuesday evening from two weeks with her husband at Des Moines and her mother, Mrs. Hettie Ferryman, Atlantic. The son Roger, who also went to Des Moines, .stayed for a few more days. Mr. Mitchell is still in state WPA employ. Idii Halpin, who came home last week Thursday from Ames, where she was a freshman last year at the State college, began work Monday at the Druggist Mutual offices, where she was employed before she went to college. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Halpin. Dr A. L. Hist, with Mr. and Mrs. Merle Griggs and the Griggs son Warren, motored to Mankato Sunt J 11 rYA»» "" ,,W1*~..J fr.r.,,1 local high day, and there met Mr. Griggs in a bank. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Beckwith, Kansas City, were guests over the week-end of the former's sister, Mrs. G. G. Yeoman. Their father, F. W. Beckwith, who had been at Kansas City thrfee weeks, came with the visiting Beckwiths aud remained. He makes his home here most of the time. W. F. Beckwith travels for the Marinette Knitting Mills. Mrs. 1). J. Mitchell and her daughter Laura got home Tuesday from ten days at Brainerd, Minn., with another daughter, Mrs. M. T. Reeves. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Plumb, Burt, went after them. The Heeves' two sons, Melvin and David, accompanied the Mitchells to Algona and bring them here. They had sister of Howard Platt, Algona been expected last week, but were and their father was once a paint- delayed because Mr. Miller fell sick. The latter is a coach in the Oklahoma City schools. Mrs. Hortense Ferguson returned Monday from Ames, where she went to se her son John graduated from the State college. She attended • baccalaureate services Sunday morning, a reception at the home of President Friley in the afternoon, and commencement Monday morning. John, who majored in forestry, will be at home a few weeks before accepting one of three positions open to him. Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman Jr., with their little daughter Joan, arrived Sunday evening from Knoxville, Tenn., for two months with Mr. Hackman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman, a mile south of the fairgrounds. George Jr. has conducted electrical studies in the Knoxville schools :I2 years, and before going to Tenn- PLOOR Orchestra SHOW—luez G-ra- tiam. and Betty McG-in, tap, toe, and acrobatic dancing^ Calliope sensational hot dancer. • Cover charge 40c. SUNDAY, JUNE 19 Same Floor Show ' Music by RUTH SUTHERLAND AND HER SWINGETTES Cover charge 25c Celelirate July 4th Here and . See the Big Fight! the He for a two weeks' stay. Laura re- essee he taught at Duluth. His er here. The' Runcheys have three children, and the daughter Jean Ann is spending the week here with her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Runchey. L. S. IJoIinnnori, who recently returned from a few months in California, is preparing to enter insurance business in Algona. will undertake all kinds of insurance, including life, fire, automobile, automobile liability, etc., and will also handle bonds and make farm loans. Where his office will be located is not yet decided, but will be announced later. Mr. Bohannon has already had valuable experience in the insurance business here, having been employed four and one-half years in the County Mutual offices before he dent to California last year. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne, with their daughters Norma and Eleanor, left this morning for a week in the Black Hills. Eleanor was THURS.-FRL, JUNE 16-17 ROBT. MONTGOMERY VIRGINIA BRUCE LEWIS STONE ANDY DEYINE —in— "YELLOW JACK" SATURDAY, JUNE 18 • JOHN BOLES MADGE EyANS —in— • "SINNERS IN PARADISE" Cast away in the wilderness —they lived by wilderness rules. Sunday, Monday, June 19 and 2O G/ee-Filled PARt^ Hood's Store 1 Phones 420-421 SPECIAL Algona, Iowa ^ 1 Free miniV 0 CJLTIIDnAV Free = = Delivery FRIDAY & SATURDAY Delivery S OFFICIAL CALL ibllcan Judicial Conven- or the Fourteenth Judi•'il District of Iowa. ler of the republican cen- imlttee of the fourteenth wstrict of Iowa, in session " sl>urg, Iowa, on May 21, convention will be held at Inn hotel, West Oko- '"•'Wckinson county, Iowa, n (il) o'clock a. m, on the " of July, A. D., 1938, for se of nominating two (2) w succeed Judge James De""1 Judge Geo. A. Heald for e , a . ch ^ginning January 1, a ending January 1, 1943. w convention the several 'shall be entitled to dele- •aosen at the respective re- Muaty conventions held i m said < counties in v -- as follows; - .. v 'sta county • 13 I-Il2 IOWA. • 4 CORN No. 2 White cans. 29c PEAS No. 2. Our Favorite '___fcOC cans PORK & BEANS I Van Camp's = 2 Lg. 221/2-oz. cans . t... county ...... county . ......... u , C ° uaty — — — ---10 9th day ol June, A, M. HUDSON, Chairman, GUY B. MACK, Secretary, Pourteeneth Judicial Republican. Committee. ===UNION H Club Prpgrajn 8 O'clock Sharf *day, June o4! %e THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY Prices, 10-21c - THEY SPEND THEIR HONEYMOON ON A UAN-HUNTfor AMURDERER1 V LONE RANGER SERIAL SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY, JUNE^ 19 The finest 1 SUGAR == , Fine granulated 110 lte 49c gj Salad Dressing Extra Whipped IGA .._. 35c I RASPBERRIES Red or Black No. 10 O5JC OXYDOL Large boxes 19c STOKELY'S CATSUP, Ige. 14-oz. bottle —2 for 276 = STOKELY'S SATJER KRAUT, No. 2}£ cans ____10* || STOKELY'S KIDNEY BEANS, No. 2 cans_3 for 25* g| Stokely's WHOLE KERNEL CORN, No. 2_2 for 27* ^ STOKELY'S TOMATO JUICE, 50-oz. can 21* ^j PEANUT BUTTER, 18-k Nutty, 16-oz. jar GRAPE JUICE, 12-oz. size __,__—_. DILL PICKLES, Carol 8-oz. jar _ _ PEANUT BUTTER, Carol 2-lb. jar .---25* || SLICED BEEF, IGA, med, glass 2 for 25* p CORN BEEF HASH, 16-oz. can IGA __ 17* g PINEAPPLE Del Monte Tid Bits 8 oz. cans 3 for 23* sj PINEAPPLE, large 2}£ can -19* £J COOKIES, fancy and plain, 11). 19* || PRUNES, med. size, Ib, 5* =E GELATINE, IGA all flavors 4 for 19* CRACKERS 15c COFFEE RED A,, Ib. 17c BLUE G., Ib. 22c BROWN BETTY, 2 Ibs. Wheat Flakes 1 KRAKLKRISP = Like Wheaties == Large boxes 1 51 C = BANANAS FIRM C YELLOW— Q LBS, 27ci APRICOTS, =5 No, 10 45c NEW POTATOES, 10 Ibs, — _ PORK and BEANS 18-k 16 oz. cans 6* = IGA BEVERAGES, all flav, 3 boU 2f * = FLOUR, Gold Nugget, 49 Ibs. „f 1.23 = FLOUR, Omar, 49-lb. bag $1,73 FLOUR, IGA, 49Tlb. bag $1.59 ORANGES, med. size 2 doz, 25* = CABBAGE Ib. 3* S MUSKMELONS, vine ripened, ea, 10* GRAPEFRUIT, California _5 for 25* S TOMATOES, red ripe -2 Ibs, 15* S All Quality Meats SLICED BACON, 5 Ibs, ——~,»9* CHEESE, Am, or Brick-2 Ib. bos: 49* GROUND BEEF or PORK 2 Ibs. 31* PORK STEAK, ib ___. MINCED H4M, Jb, — LEAN BOILING BEEF, Ib. BEEF EOAST, choice, Ib. —-17^* S SPRING CHICKEN, Ib, --.-—9f H* €? BACON SQUARES, lb, -----•__!§&* == WIENERS, Ib. _,,..—.^-. " ' — Illlllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllll^ sst

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