Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1938 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO THURSDAY Tm,. Hedwig Richter, Wesley, Is Married BRIDE OF EDW, DU SOLD. MAS ON CITY PRINTER LONE ROCK NEWS The Frank Dackens had as Sun- Truman Overine, Postville, and the latter's son Jackie arrived Sunday Wesley, July 5—Hedwig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Richter. and Edward Dusold, Mason City, were married here at 8 o'clock Saturday morning, Father Wag-! ner officiating. They were attended by the bride's sister Teresa and the bridegroom's brother Bert. The bride wore ft gown of white chiffon over silk and her trailing veil was held by a coronation band of pearls around the head. She carried a bouquet of white sweet peas and white gardenias. The over blue silk organdy, and she wore white gardenias in her hair. Mrs. Clarence Siemer played the wedding march, also the accompaniment l"r the adult choir. A three-course wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents to 75 relatives and friends. Decorations were in blue and white. The bride finished the parochial j He ' n ;.j,' Sch'roedeV"spent" last" week school and the Wesley high school, Wednesday afternoon at August and after graduation from I he Me yer's, Fenton. Hamilton business college at Ma- Mr . and Mrs . O tis Sanders, son son ( ity was stenographer for the Glell| with Mrs Edw Rruse, Central Show Printing Co. there j dal , K , Uel . Evelyn, and Mrs. Thos. three years. Mr. Dusold. who was Dumon Hardv , , eft SatU rday night nr>VTifitiltrncminnHAt*oc-<rvi.MiitcjM'» , . . day dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Martin Vant, Bancroft, the Claude Whitehills, Mrs. S. M. Gladstone, daughter Margaret, and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Gross. Airs. John Spong- herg, Mrs. Christine Anderson, her son and Mildred Reed, all of St. Paul, were at P. It. Person's. Supervisor and Mrs. Charles Morris, with their daughter Vera, called on A. P. Krueger at a Fairmont hospital Saturday evening. Mrs. Morris and Vera had visited at Ernest Krueger's, Burt, in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Austin, Doris Pearson, Mrs. Jessie Stebritz, of Mrs. Kate Hawks at Francis d Kathryn who had spent the week there with her sister, came home with her j mother. Larry Harbritz, of St. James, Minn., and Kathryn drove to Port Dodge that evening to see ,„ , , thePooles. - r^wn? Mr. and Mrs. Ray Snyder were guests at Eugene Pearson's Alj gona, Sunday. Mrs. Merle Culbertson and Mrs. for a few weeks at Charles Bierle's, Mrs. William' Murray's, and C. E. Householder's. The V. L. Whalens, of Dolliver, spent from last week. Tuesday till the following Thursday at Roy Jensen's and with other local friends. Delina Rogers, who attends a beauty school at Fort Dodge, spent the week-end at the parental Vic- uatel from the Algona high school this year, is helping her aunt, Mrs. Theo Hoover, with housework. L. E. Kvantz, who had spent two weeks at his son Raemond's at Titonka, came to Bryan Asa's Saturday. He had an operation (it Fort Dodge a few weeks ago and is slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Marlinelt fished at Lost Island Sunday and reported good luclt. was sold to Kossuth County, Iowa, who now owns and holds the certificate therefor and that the right of redemption will expire, and a deed for said premises will be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety (90) days from the completed service of this notice. 'Dated this 27th day of June, \OO KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. y E. S. Kinsey, County Auditor. 41-4J be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety (90) days from «he completed .service of this notice. . Dated this 27th day of June, 1938> KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. By E. S. Kinsey, County Auditor. 41-41 tor Rogers home. i R. T. Angus, his daughter, Mrs. j George Crow, and Walter WH| Hams, Rochester, Minn., drove to I Cedar Falls Friday and were din- j ner guests at E. F. Tuttle's. Lil- I lian Angus, who attends summer I school there, came home with the I i party for the week-end. I Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer' and Mr. and Mrs. Arie Dittmer, of Burt, visited Phoebe Morgan at the W o r r a 1 1 hospital, NOTICE TO REDEEM STATE OF IOWA, ) KOSSUTH COUNTY jJ.SS. To J. L. Stevens: You are hereby notified that at an adjourned sale of lands and lots for taxes on the 4th day of February, 1935, by the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, the following described real property situated in said County to-wlt: Lot Eight (8) of Block One (1) of the Plat of Stevens, Section Thirty-five (35), Township One Hundred (100), Range Twenty-seven (27), Kossuth County, Iowa, was sold to Kossuth County, Iowa Rochester, wno now owns an( j holds the certificate therefor and that the The Will Christensons were Sun-, r t g j,t O f redemption will expire day guests of the Lawrence Zwie- j nTu i a d ee d for said premises wil fels, Port Dodge, and Joan Zwiefel came here with, the Lone Rock- born at Ottosen and was graduated from St. Joseph's academy, Mason City, has for seven years been in Central Show Printing employ. Tho couple have a cottage at Clear Lake for the summer. Out-of-town guests at the wedding were J. H. Schaupp. Margaret Schauup. Mrs. John Sheffield, and a daughter. Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Jones, son Richard, Mrs. Harold Wasley, Mary Louise Was'ley, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Temple (Mr. Temple is Mr. Dusold's employer), Lodema Uker, Mildred Quist, all of Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Dusold, Clear Lake; Russell Johnson, Omaha; Mrs. Tony Lindenschmidt, Chicago; the Jos. Courtneys, Thornton; Mr. and Mrs. Rudo'lph Bienert, Forest City; Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Pfeffer and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Garry, Des Moines (the latter formerly Maria Richter) : Mr. and Mrs. Clarence' Barnes, Messrs, and Mesdames | 'Frank, Verner, Joseph, and Rudy Young, with Ferdinand Young, all og Garner. Hospital Patient Home Mrs. R. K. Richardson was brought home Friday from the General hospital, Algona, where she had been since the Monday before for minor surgery. Callers at Doctor Richardson's in the evening were Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Rasmussen, Algona. Mr. Ramussen is band and orchestra director in the Algona schools. Chicngoans are Guests Here— Mr. and Airs. Jack Keim, son Jackie, and Mrs. Keim's niece, Mary, daughter of Victor Schrauth, Chicago. (Victor was killed by lightning two years ago), arrived Saturday to visit Mrs. Barbara Schrauth till Monday night, and on Sunday a family dinn was served at Mrs. Schrauth's. The Ben Schrauths and the Mike Goetz family also attended. Girl for Kaymond IVeilands— A gii'l was born to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wetland Friday at the Kossuth hospital. The little boy Kendall was at Mrs. Weiland's brother Clayton Angle's. Mr. Weiland rung a Farmers Elevator truck. for a trip in Minnesota to visit the Jack Baileys, Alexandria, and relatives at Fergus Falls. They were to be at other.places before returning. The TUissell Thompsons, Burt, and the Melvin Hawks family were last week Thursday supper guests at Merwin Marlow's. Hertha Ruhnke, Fenton, spent Monday with Elma Krueger. Mrs. Dorothy Inman, Heddings, Minn., spent last week Tuesday night at the M. O. Richards home, and Mrs. Richards and her children, with Mrs. Inman, spent AVednesday at Ray Webb's, Burt. A large group of relatives surprised Robert Schmidt Sr. in honor of a birthday Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ackerson, Bancroft, Mrs. Lillie Thompson, and the latter's daughter Neva spent last week Thursday evening at. Walter Thompson's. Clarence Kraft, employed at Ralph Priebes, Bancroft, spent the week-end at the parental Emil Kraft's. Mrs. Russell Sharp and her daughter Jo Ann, who had visited Mrs. Sharp's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Brendt, Granada, Minn.; returned Sunday. Mrs. Arend Neeland, who had spent two weeks at Dick Jensen's, Lakota, returned Saturday. The Ernest Walters, Lotts Creek, spent Sunday at Rudolph Peter's. The Fred Wegeners were evening guests at E. J. Heidenwith's, Swea City. Mrs. Russell Thompson, Burt, and her son Jackie spent Sunday and Monday at Wegener's. The Harlan Blanchards were Sunday supper guests at Wayne Richmond's, Armstrong. ers. , . Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ambrose, of Joliet, 111., and Mrs. L. B. Hollister, Kanawha, visited at the Rev. S. M. Gladstone's Monday morning. Mrs. Ambrose was formerly Colla Jane Hollister, Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton ilrove to Ames Saturday and were there till Monday with the Harley Shel- itos. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Williams, Jochester, Minn., spent from last veek Thursday till Sunday at the !. L. Cotton, Lawrence Dittmer, nd R. T. Angus homes. The D. T. Hobsons, Burt, and )r. and Mrs. Raymond Hobson, of ifarcus, spent Monday at Harry Jobson's. Doris Mae Blanchard was hosts to the 4-H club last week Tuesday. Miss Pepoon, H. D. A., re a talk on portfolios. There vere ten present. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger and Margaret Gladstone spent Monday it Hand's Park, and Mr. Krueger umpired a baseball game there. Comes Back to See Childhood Home be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety (90)' days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 27th day of June 1938. KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA By E. S. Kinsey, County Auditor. 41-4 Mr. drove and Mrs. Merwin Marlow to Livermore Saturday to Picnic at Stnder Home— A picnic was held at Alt' Studer's Monday, and attending were the Henry and Jack Haverlys, the J. L. Studers, Mrs. Josephine Kleinpeter, Mrs. Agatha Haverly, and Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Downs. Sjnsnd Week-End at Lake— Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meurer and two children, Jimmy and Cheryl, went to Clear Lake Saturday evening to occupy a cottage till Monday evening. get their son Merrill Faye, who had spent last week at the Frank Collins home there. The Marlows and the Melvin Hawks family spent Sunday and Monday at the Charles Hawks home at Spirit Lake, and the Paul Olsons were a'lso there. The Chester Beattys, of Hudson, were Monday dinner guests ai Lawrence Newbrough's and called on other relatives here. Sunday dinner guests at A. D, S'ewbrough's were Mr. and Mrs 3dw. Blanchard, Irvington, the John Newbroughs, Humboldt, anc :he Lawrence Newbroughs, Grace Newbrough, who had epent the week at Humholdt, came home with the Newbroughs. Delbert ant Eugene Blanchard, who had spen the week here with relatives, wen with their parents to Irvington. The W. J. Cottons visited Sunday afternoon at M. H. Schloe man's, Estherville. Benny Murray, Detroit, Mrs John Householder, Oelwein, Mrs. Lu Verne, July 5 — That a childhood home means a great deal to an individual was demonstrated n Lu Verne recently, when a car stopped before a house that was once the Methodist parsonage. The man who alighted was the son of a. Rev. Mr. Houghton, a minister who had been here about 30 years ago. The Houghton son is Firestone dealer at Storm Luke. He had been at Ames with his wife, and en route home came out of his way to satisfy a "hankering" to see his old home. He thought the place looked familiar, but the tree that he used to climb \e considerably larger. He was happy to know that children still delight to climb in its branches. Fenton Youth Gets Year's Army Berth Fenton, July 5—Second Lieut. Harold Newel has been ordered on active duty for one year in the regular army officers' training. He will be stationed at Fort Des Moines, and he began his duties July 5. Harold is the eon of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Newel here, and last spring he completed his fourth year as chemical engineering student at Iowa State college. On conclusion of his army year he plans to return to Ames to finish his course. NOTICE TO REDEEM STATE OF IOWA, 'V KOSSUTH COUNTY JSS. To J. J. Grein: You are hereby notified that a the annual sale of lands and lots for taxes on the 7th day of Decem her, 1936, by the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, the following described real property situatee in said County to-wit: Lot Thirteen (13) of Block Three (3) Morehouse's Sub-Division of Out Lots One (1), Two (2), Three (3) and Four (4) Morehouse's 2nd Addition of the Incorporated Town of Bancroft, Kossuth County, Iowa, was sold to Kossuth County, Iowa who now owns and holds the cer tificate therefor and that th right of redemption will expire and a deed for said premises wll be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety (90) days from the completed ser vice of this notice. Dated this 27th day of June 1938. KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA By E. S. Kinsey, County Auditor. 41-4 NOTICE TO REDEEM STATE OF IOWA, } KOSSUTH COUNTY 'jSS. To Burt National Bank: You are hereby notified that a the annual 'sale of lands and lot for taxes on the 7th day of Decem her, 1936, by the Treasurer of Kos suth County, Iowa, the followin described real property situate in said County to-wlt: Lot Five (5) of Block One (1) Buell's 2nd Addition and Sub-Division of Blocks One (1) .and Two (2) Buell's Addition of the Incorporated Town of Burt, Kossuth County, Iowa, Doan NOTICE TO REDEEM TATE OF IOWA, ;)• COSSUTH COUNTY JSS. 'o Burt National Bank: You are hereby notified that at he annual sale of lands and lots or taxes on the 7tli day of Decem- er, 1936, by the Treasurer of Kosuth County, Iowa, the following escribed real property situated n said County to-wlt: Lot Six (6) of Block One (1) Buell's 2nd Addition and Sub-Division of Blocks One (1) and Two (2) Buell's Addition of the Incorporated Town of Burt, Kossuth County, Iowa, vas sold to Kossuth County, Iowa who now owns and holds the certificate therefor and that ihe •ight of redemption will expire and a deed for said premises wll be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety (90) days from the completed ser vice of this notice. Dated this 27th day of June 1938. KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA By E. S. Kinsey, County Auditor. 41-4: KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. By E. S. Kinsey, County Auditor, 41-43 NOTICE TO REDEEM STATE OF IOWA, ss. NOTICE TO BUDEEM TATB OF IOWA, .1 COSSUTH COUNTY J SS. 'o J. L. Stevens: You are hereby notified that at n adjourned sale of lands and lots or taxes on the 4th day of Febru- ry, 1935, by the Treasurer o! Kos- juth County, Iowa, the following described veal property situated n said County to-wlt: Lot Six (6) of Block Two (2) of the Plat of Stevens, Section Thirty-five (35)., Township One Hundred (100), Range Twenty-seven (27), Kossuth County, Iowa, was sold to Kossuth County, Iowa, who now owns and holds the certificate therefor and that the •ight of redemption will expire, .ind a deed for said premises will be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety (90) days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 27lh day of June, 1938. KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. By E. S. Kinsey, County Auditor. 41-43 KOSSUTH COUNTY To J. L. Stevens: You are hereby notified that at an adjourned sale of lands and lots for taxes on the 5th day of February, 1935, by the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, the following described real property situated in said County to-wlt: Lot Eight (8) of Block Three (3) of the Plat of Stevens, Sec- tlon Thirl.y-fi vc ( «, slllp °»o Hundred Kossuth Cnumfr 611 was sold to Kossii'ft, n ' who now owns"™,, Si" tificate right of and a deed be made, such sale be . (90) days from ..... vice of this nou^ this 27th Dated 1938. KOSSUTH By E. S. Kin soy, County Aut'li| Or . •lay ol BOUNTY ] BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OP CITY OR TOWST-^im OR CONSOLIDATED SO HOOT ESTIMATE Notice: The Board of Directors of Corwith l n ,l r Magor, Hancock county, Iowa, will meet July 20 ]<ns School House. Taxpayers will be heard for or' niiij'n'ci ing estimate of expenditures at that time. ' ' J. 0115. 6 Proposed Balance Estimat-Estimat- Amount Fv nMW , ' in hand ed sur- ed income ncroKMr itures June plus of 1 FUNDS— General- Special Bond expend- on hand ed sur- ed income nccessarv in, itures June plus of other to bo f 0 rv estimated 30 balance than raiserl hv THM-' 1939 1938 nn rmniHnYntlnn .„,.„,:...' Av' W $27,000 $14,320 4,500 3,534 on hand taxation taxation $ 3,000 $2-1,000 •1,500 1937 4,256 $33,134 NOTICE TO REDEEM STATE OF IOWA, )• KOSSUTH COUNTY JSS. To Clara Anderson: You are hereby notified that a the regular sale of lands and lot for taxes on the 7th day of Decem her, 1936, by the Treasurer of Kos suth County, Iowa, the followin described real property situate in said County to-wlt: Lot One (1) of Block Twelve (12) of Murtagh's 2nd Addition and Sub-Division of Block One (1) and Out Lots One (1), Two (2), and Three (3), of the Incorporated Town of Burt, Kossuth. County, Iowa, was sold to Kossuth County, Iowa, who now owns and holds the certificate therefor and that the right of redemption will expire, and a deed for said premises will be made, unless redemption 'from such sale be made within ninety (90) days from the completed ser- vtice of this notice. Dated this 27th day of June, 1938. KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. By E. S. Kinsey, County Auditor. 41-43 NOTICE TO REDEEM STATE OF IOWA, \. KOSSUTH COUNTY :JSS. To J> L. Stevens: You are hereby notified that at an adjourned sale of lands and lots for taxes on the 4th day of February, 1935, by the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, the following described real property situated in said County to-wlt: Lot Three (3) of Block Two (2), of the Plat of Stevens, Section Thirty-five (35) Township One Hundred (100), Range Twenty-seven (27), Kossuth County, Iowa, vas sold to Kossuth County, Iowa, who now owns and holds the certificate therefor and that the ight of redemption will expire, and a deed for said premises will je made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety (90) days from the completed ser- viice of this notice. Dated this 27th day of June, 1938. KOSSUTH COUNTY, IOWA. By E. S. Kinsey, " County Auditor. 41-43 NOTICE TO REDEEM STATE OF IOWA, K KOSSUTH COUNTY |JSS. To J. L. Stevens: You are hereby notified that at an adjourned sale of lands and lots for taxes on the 4th day of February, 1935, by the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, the following described real property situated in said County to-wlt: Lot Five (5) of Block Two (2) of the Plat of Stevens, Section Thirty-five (35), Township One Hundred (100), Range Twenty-seven (27), Kossuth County, Iowa, was sold to Kossuth County, Iowa who now owns and holds the certificate therefor and that the right of redemption will expire and a-deed for said premises will Totals... $31,500 17,854 <$ 3,000 $28,500 Estimated taxes per $1,000.00 of assessed value, Estimated taxes in miMs per dollar of taxable' Taxable valuation (1937, Kossuth Co., $30815'> ty, $992,325. Moneys and credits (1937), Kossuth Co., $500$5,800. Number of persons of school age in the district, 305 „ L !|| Hancocki Hancock i NOTICE TO REDEEM STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY JSS. To W. F. Woodcock: You are hereby notified that at an adjourned sale of lands and lots for taxes on the 4th day of February, 1935, by the Treasurer of Kossuth County, Iowa, the following described real property situated in said County to-wit: Lot Six (6) of Block One (1) of the Plat of Stevens, Section Thirty-five (35), Township One Hundred (100), Range Twenty-seven (27), Kossuth County, Iowa, was sold to Kossuth County, Iowa, who now owns .and holds the certificate, therefor and that the right of redemption will expire, and a deed for said premises will be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety (90) days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 27th day of June, 1938. |lll)lilllllilllllllllllltlllllltlllllllilllllllllllllllllltlllllllH^ Maud Cannon and Edward Ludwig, Nora Springs, spent Sunday afternoon with Aline Martinek. ; Darlene Hansen, who was grad- Picnlc for Chnrches Abandoned— A union picnic of Methodist church people dated for last week AVednesday at Eagle Lake was postponed indefinitely. Other Wesley News. Lillian Johnson went to Lone Rock Monday for a visit till Saturday at Tom Long's. Harold Brooke and Dorothy Kraus went to Oelwein the same day to visit the former's brother and sister til Sunday evening. The Charles Kraus family spent the Fourth at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Erdman and daughters Mary Lee and Patty Ann went to Rockwell City Saturday evening to visit at Fred Albright's over the Fourth. The Roman Rickes, Sac City, visited relatives here. The Bob Kains, Sexton, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Kain's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Hildman. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lyons, Algona, visited the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hildman, Sunday. •Dr. and Mrs. Alson Braley, with the son Alson Jr., came Sunday for the Fourth with the doctor's parents, Druggist end Mrs. H. J Braley. Stanley Smith, Marshalltown, was also there. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Forburger went to Stilson Friday night to bring home their son Kenneth who bad spent two weeks at his uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Syl- veeted Carman's. The Gerdes, Felt, Wester, Hopkins, and Wagner families had a get-together on the Fourth on the Felt lawn. The Vee Mullins were at Gordon Carpenter's, Einmets- ourg. Air. and Mrs. Samuel Alne and Mr. and Mrs. L. L, Lease spent Sunday at Interlaken, near Fairmont, and Mr. Lease played with the Algona Municipal band. Guests at George Aldrich's over the Fourth were Mrs. Aldrich'e sister and husband, Mr. and Mra. M. G. Bueher, arid a niece, Margaret Holnjan, all of Minneapolis. Patience After a month of correspondence the Prim-Era Hosiery Mills consented to let me have 300 dozen Princes at a reduced price. The Princess is the highest priced hose they make. Prim is second to Princes and Sweet Sue is third. Our customers have been well pleased with Prim, but I want to give them something to talk about. We are selling this beautiful Princess hose at 59c. If ever there was a pair of hose worth $1.00 Princess is the one. They are simply beautiful. At 59c a pair they are a sensation for the women that love nice hosiery. I contracted for 300 dozen. The first 100 dozen came a few days ago, and are now on the shelves ready to delight the ladies that want to save money on real fine hosiery. Anklets are going fine. We had 1500 dozen. They are about half gone—8c a pair is doing the trick. July is our month to get rid of all white' and novelty low shoes. Every pair of men's, women's, and children's must go this month. Your price is our price this month. Men's and boys' polo shirts at 19c. All the better polo shirts, no matter what they cost or what they sold for all go at 39c each. When we want to clean house we begin early and work late. Jimmie Neville ALGONA, IOWA PUBLIC AUCTION DAIRY COW SALE JULY 11,1 Sale to be held on Bode farm H miles east of the junction of 169 and 18, one mile east Johnson and Selzer Service Stations Commencing at 1;30 P. M. These cattle are from Illinois, direct from the farm, and are all guaranteed milch cows, some close-up springers, and some with calves by their sides. You must see them to appreciate them. T. B. and Bang tested. Mostly Holstein, but will be some Guernsey among the lot. This will be a good place to buy cows, as I will positively sell them. These cows will be on the farm Saturday and Sunday | for your inspection. Milk them, test their milk if you so desire. I Mr. CANNING Carroll, Iowa Alfred Boo and H. M. Colwe)!, Auctioneer* Owner YOUR FRIEND TIME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JULY 8 AM» ft When It's Hot During hot weather is when the closest attention must liedral to feeding the family to keep them well and happy ,,, stlt t || the foods for \aricfl menus at sanitary Council Ouk Stares,,J our everyday low (trices and sale day specials enable you t a better table at a lower cost. Pork Chops There is savory delight 'n every bit* of Pork limps any Mil you prepare them; plain fried, braised with fomnto saiice sJ stuffed and baked in the oven. Fancy center cut chops at 19(| per pound. Pork Loin Roasts The choicest roasts from the middle of selected pork loin* ill 19£ per ll>. 8 to 4 Ib. tenderloin end roasts at 16c per IbJ and the same weight blade end roasts at lit per Ib. Beef Roasts After inspecting the fancy roasts on display at 17c und 19(1 per Ib. many will decide to buy a MK roast so us to bare t»(| left over for the cold meat platter. ' Baked Short Ribs Raked Short Ribs of Beef with rich brown gravy sounds titil good enough for a Sunday dinner. Short Ribs of Itcci at per pound. "SUPEHB BRAND" Whole Un- Peeled Apricots We are>atiAioiis that yon taste Jthls delicious "tree ripened fruitl Canned in a rich, heavy syrup without removing the pits, *l sultinp in a flavor that is unsurpassed. Try a few large 6 to S| portion cans at a special price of Dwaffies Puffs Stock np on this popular hot weather cereal at the sp price. Both the Wheat and the Rice'Dwaffles ''i™ 1 ' 0 r»f isu( | priced for this week-end at 2 pkffs. for 13t Robb Ross Pancakes Harvest hands like to start the day with a stack of light, (Will cukes made from Robb Ross 1'ahcake and Waffle Flow- *l special price of 19£ on the large family size but;. pn«| Golden Brown Sugar For caramel frosting and pancake and waffle golden brown sugar at 2 Ibs. for syrup Salada Tea A tea strainer ghen -with the purchase of 1 package «f ttls I Special prices on this well known tea for this sale. « green 28* and the K Ib. black for 32* Swedish Rye Council'Oak Swedish Rye Bread is different. Yon wlU excellent for sandwiches and for the dutch lunch. Sold owf Council Oak. Large Sweet Peas There is a symphony in succulence when you large Sweet Peas with beautifully browned beef roast. No. 2 can of these large fancy peas for this sale at 12C> Macaroni and Spaghetti A delicious, wholesome and economical meal; cook macarow! spaghetti in casserole with ground beef and a can ot tom»^ Season to taste. Macaroni and spaghetti at a special pn« M ! Ibs, for IS*. Morning Light Tomatoes Whether tomatoes are a good Talne at the price depends ' should buy Morning Light Tomatoes at our special on the No, 2 cm, Peanut Butter '^A^PP 1 *: «* Ws delicitfus **4 Intensive sP^jw i Council O*.k Coffee fres'^i" bieijd M the .choicest coffees. «~ y'lF"?Jw!f"** JW'l° w price ol ''i 7JC« -Exchange the ewnty tfftgs for Black Flag » ,,, U(jnid spray t To Hn mates fUes, »nt«> * 0 ° i , M this ^eek-end tf I pint can Jj^'f, pini f f *; au4 quart cans JW* P & G Soap Products SPECIAL pjtaTFO* TWS SAIB _ % c\#* CHERRIES, original liw i

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