Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1938 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 28, 1938
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Lv. JULY 28. 1938. :R PROJECT ITROVERSY THE LAKES at the Lakes ft New Section Eonstmcted. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA I R, m her R0 n .lorry (Jronwnll, dork ,,t the A. ' .Krivln Humor, Mas,,,, citv, vis- Maurice TIiniii]iMon will f;il<r> <i vacation noxt week from n or - clinrdt's drug store. fees sewer project nt the | County Agonl A. U n,. ()wn ,. jof which Mnynard Ste-1 tended a rural electrification mcct- |,on of Mr. and MI-B. O.j ng at P^tliervilh- Momlnv evcn- Tnson here, Is engineer in ing. in the news last week Jlrs. Minnie Holland, Maxwell came one day last week for a visit at her daughter Mrs. o. \y. Li ditch, done .with WPA ^almost completed, but man•». lotion has been projected,! Arllm- ll»inp s snout the week- tovcrsy hns arisen over if. end with friends at Clear Lake lev would cost' $2500, and She j s bookkeeper at the local s on for the money. The Maxwell garage, county board of super- 1 KVJI I'elor.son, r ai | Cn | 1)lln! , asked for $1000,. hut ploye at Rockford, III., i s expected give only $300, which today for a viicutlon at her mother nnntly refusal M "'s. 0. .1. Peterson's, 'accounts pr.vnto sub- Opal Ooiinii, nttcnding sum- i liiid readied some $1600, ,nier school at Cedar Palls, spent ,a s plnnned to trv to raise, the week-end with her parcnls Mr honey in that ..ay. Thu and Mrs. iiort Cronan. '' told 1)0 dona by WPA In-; Mr. und .Mrs. Fred Jacobs of. tfnloss the projected sec-,the Coffee Shop, spent Su'ndav instructed the WPA camp and Monday with the former's i be moved awiiy. n n ,. n ,,i A , ,.. irltlca at the meeting with ,d thought 'he mnin ditch jcvcr function. Allegations las already filled with wa- . denied. Boosters for the lion agree'.! that the main do its work. There .Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Engnl, with the lattor's niece, Hulen Sterling and Arno Halm, the Inttor of wniltomore, spent Sunday nt Tut- v, ,! ko> near lho Minnesota line. Mr M1 gol works at Dau'.s garage. JH. mid Mrs. Lou Wright visited "I Spirit Lake Friday, and 'also called on the former's brother, J'rank L., n t Spencer. Frank, a l ormcr Maytag salesman, is now devoting his time to remodeling Ins home. «ni<' (! .HcNc.il began work Mon«a> nt the Algoiuinln for the rest li '.'"I, SU '," m01 '- ' She taught the uist. No. -1 m Wesley township |,,st .vcar nnd bus been rehired. She hSschoor ulUiiloortho AiB ° n ° •Mrs. Jlnrlfn Murllii, with her sons and her mother, a Mrs. Ditt- mnii, all of Waterloo, were guests over the week-end of Mr. Martin who rooms nt Henry Wegenor's here and travels for n Cedar Rapids company. I Martin UreHlmncr, agent of the Uttheran Aid society at Appleton, Wis. spent the week-end with his Uimily at Denison. Mr. Brollhauer will bring bis family to Algona as soon as he can find a suitable house for rent. PAGE FIVJ3 Rolls Car Over In Stunt sps«f«^y ; 0|^f|f'.< !»»•; * ;«^ /W™~<^ ' * <•/" ' ^ j J^N EXHIBITION of stunt dri.in ; and thrills will be g iv »n at the Ton Mn ° '' ods ° n '« rra "eii- the swimming pool Sunday afternoon bv Ib run I H? i m tr ° UP " f dnredev " 8 - A Wfety demonstration will | bo given Saturday evening in the block to the east of the courthou A nun. HIISS bogiin a two weeks vacation Monday from the Iowa State bank. She spent Sunday and i Monday at Des Molnes, and i Wednesday she went to Sibley to visit a greatrimcle, E. Buss. Saturday she will go to Charles City foi <i week with an aunt. 1 -Mrs. L. iv. OilJcspic, with her (laughter Marlene, spent Friday al .Bancroft with the former's par- complaint about Mr. Sto- o nr :hf> laborers' wnrlc. or JIB laborers lard People in in Auto Collision frd, July 26—Mrs. L.< A. Icier, (laughter Agnes, the Hunkemeier baby, and Mr. |, John Hagedorn were in Kc'idcnt Friday. They had [see Mrs. .Elmer Junker[ lio is in a critical condi- .1 Buffalo Center hospital. Iway home they were com- lover a hill at the D'wight ifarn\, near Lokota, when pitied with a car driven by fenny O'Keefe. .The Hage- Ir was thrown Into the Jill turned completely over. Hunkermeicr suffered some jits on her arms and one 1 stitches were necessary •the wounds. Mrs. Hage- is badly bruised, but the ncluding the small baby, parents at Austin, Minn ('"Hilly Agent A. L. Brow,, is spending this week at Ames 'it tending rural electrification ' sc«- lit E. N. Johnson and Mrs. Taylor tors. Their mother, Mrs. Ella i terson, wont to Curlew with is this year's republican candidate .for district court clerk. 1 James filbert, Bernice Siock^-md Mrs. Bell Leaneagh, drove to Minneapolis Sunday to bring dome Mrs. Elbort and the daughter shir- .ley, who had visited friends there, they returned Monday evening Mrs. Leaneagh is ft sister of Mrs Elben nd Mjsg gtock js } : Shirley's dancing Botsford's, and Helen works for La-lli rop & Weaver. Mr. and Mrs. William Hodoval, Bellevue, and Anna Rose Bass, of Strahan. will leave today (Thurs- jday), after n visit since Tuesday with Mrs. Walter ,1. Roberts, sister of Miss Bass and cousin of Mrs. Hodoval. Mr. Hodoval had a Rexall drug store at Bellevue, and he and his wife were en route home from n two weeks western trip. Mr. nnd .Mrs. Evart Swenson are parents of an 8-lb son, born Monday evening at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Swenson, the for- imer Ella Mae Johnson, is a daugh- 1 ter of Mr. and Mrs. George E Johnson. This is the Swensons 1 first child, and ho has been named Kenneth Evart. Mr. Swenson is a medical student at Chicago. Josephine nnd Marguerite Dahl- bauser and George Stewart Jr. spent Sunday with the girls' par- ,eiUfl, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Dahlsaus- er, farmers near West Bend. Josephine works at the Algonquin; Marguerite, at the Conservation ! off ice; George for the Pioneer Hi- Bred Seed Co. Josephine and I George are to be married on August. 10. Mrs. C. If. Williams and Mrs. D. P. Smith were dinner guests Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Bandy, Britt. The group attended the movies afterwards. The Bandy? will come today (Thursday) fo;' visit till Friday at the Williams Clyde Hllhem, Grundy Center; Mr, and Mrs. Claude Wtlhem, of Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. Emma Lighter, Mrs. George Ivy, and Mrs. John Gundeivson, all of Rolfe. The Messrs. Wilhem are uncles of Clinton, Mrs. Emma Lighter his aunt, and the other two women are cousins. Clinton, who, with his family, recently came here from Bode, is manager of the new Miller lumberyard, and the W, Wadsworth er, and Mr. Barker has the local Barker drug store, formerly Sorensen's. The group drove "to the Okobojis Sunday to visit J. A. Chesnut, field representative for the Sioux City Journal. Mr, Chesnut roomed at the Barker home when the Barkers lived at Mon- damln, near Sioux CHy. Mr. nnd .Mrs. H. N. Kruse returned Monday from a week at the annual state Baptist assembly ati ••"-«j»'«, «•'•" n Iowa Falls. Mr. Kruse goes back live In the Jos today (Thursday) to attend the'house, rest of the assembly, which is also In session all of this week. He is one of the church directors, and is also state treasurer. Edna Mae Sill, delegate from the local church, will return Sunday, after having attended the full two weeks. Miss Sill is bookkeeper at Richardson's funrniture store. Mr. nnd .Mrs. G. C. Lighter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fanning, son James, and Mrs. Frank Franker, all of Moneta, were Wednesday i guests at Clinton Lighter's here, (,'st, ai tractive designs, and the visiting Lighters, parents of Clinton, remained for the weekend. ' Mrs. Fanning IH a sister of Clinton. Guests at the Lighters today (Thursday) are Mr. and Mrs. Above Borcliard Drug Store OPTOMETRIST Are your Glasses comfortable? We specialize in proper fitting. New- A. W. AMUNSON Optometrist the St. Paul, Minneapolis, and Duluth She will be away a momh. Mr. and Mrs. w. .j. r.-u-ne daughter Norma, and Barbara Poole drove to Lost Island Sunday to join friends for a picnic dinner. Doris 1,0111? left Monday evening for a few days with friends at Dewel cottage at Clear Also lama, where she taught til hir*li ' .....~ mn^,ii|_ jjj school during the l«u,t school Jtl , riiilierlnc (Sc-l/iir, nurse graduated from Mercy hospital, Mason City, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt J Sol- zar. Mrs. (,'usin I'aliVrson returned to work at the Ben Franklin store Monday, after a week's vacation', part of which was spent nt Clear Lake. Olevu Matliois, Big Stone City S D., was a guest last week of her mother, Mrs. P. j. Greiner. Miss Matheis is housekeeper for a priest there. I lex., came Tuesday for a week ] with her sister, Mrs. J. T. Bohannon. She will spend the rest of Hie summer with relatives at Wesley, her old home, and in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Mrs. I». j. lirtMinll, with her daughter, is expected home this week from Spencer, where they have been visiting the former's parents for a couple weeks. Mr Bredall works for the International 'Harvester company. . Mr. anil Mrs. Cecil McGi their son, and Mr. and Sunday at Arnold's Steph- whom . for the week-end. ;»r. nnd Mrs. F. L. Tribon afternoon of the Jf a 7%-lb. daughter to Mr. iuium, it. j. j-iarrinirton and Mrs. Herman Leeftink, Moun- Murtagh, and T G Dewp'l ^^fKTS^S SK ,^SSS-^S; Mrs. Leeftink hmv- si,« i' „....'• ,.° [t)e l s s .Mr. son, Leonard s , R ev. . . , •-' , " •^-"fotllj' VISIl ,with the Leeflinks. Mrs. Leeftink is the former Dorothv Tribon .,nrt \i,. a r- ,, i Mr iiml M,..' -ni ' , ' uul Mls - L. C. naavik, Bode, were is?: ;r>f s i•-" ;s --•£«"£; -,s,x ^ »."r;£ ^ a °^stiss,^^ m ^i£ i house moved Saturday to Spen-i bergs formerly lived at Bode f ujfiffssrs.'i-s* L *s'4j s*^-."*,, „. ferred from Kossuth lo ru.v ™' : a . nd Ml s '. C l yd . e Conner, of Des ferred from j county. ' Count,}- Trwisiirer -,, M ' S " _ _ . --.-..., «w vjv/jimji j ui ueS Monies, arrived Monday for visits of a month and a week respective'" with their sister, Mrs J Du fv w n H p " ,, ..„. „, ^i»t3* ii ^Ci IO1" LllS Cinema Supply Co., is a brother of Mrs. Meyer and H. R. here. Leonard and his family have now gone on to CoIIinville, 111., to visit another brother, the Rev. H. Richard Rasmusson. Mrs. L. E. Potter returned Sunday from ten days at Storm Lake Schaller, and Sioux City. She also [ visited Mrs. Keziah Bradley at Cor- , rectionville. Mrs. Bradley, who is 1 aged and sick, lives with a daughter, Mrs. Mayme Chitty, whose husband is a: dentist. Mrs. Potter veterinarian sons at Storm SATURDAY, JULY 80 The Dead End Kids in "LITTLE TOUGH GUY" SUNDAY AND MONDAY, JULY 81, AUGUST 1 Double The Fun of "Waikiki Wedding! i plant which is being built there <"i-orf,'(> Anno Geitfd spent tne week-end with friends at Sioux City. Miss Geigel, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel, south week, when she fell at M J's Isj? ^ U 6 en f. and the granddaugh- recovering. ' ter ' Marvel Max °n, were Sunday u ' with severe shaking-ups Monday. hospital, Rochester, spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. John Kain, going back recovering. 1 Mr. mid Mrs. D. Barnard, Ifew bruises. The car was Mies on Tour nth Broken Bones Igton, July 26 — Mrs. Carl pirho accompanied Mr. and •ank Weber and Mrs. to t to tne Russell Picliclt and John Hopkins spent Sunday at the Okobojis. Russell works at Dutch's super- service station; John, at the Kent garage. Mr. and Mrs. George Nurnan, Mason City, were week-end guests of the S. 0. Andersons. Both men International Harves- guests of Mr. Van Alstyne's mother, Mrs. 0. T. Anderson, Elmore. me visit was in honor of the Winnebago Sunday;'afTer K™^*^™** °< Mr : * nd made a two weeks visit ""!' *?" Als tyne and Marvel. Mr. Alstyne is local chief o£ po- — • •—• ^-"••u-i.iiuv/i o, ui L/U — I buque, were Tuesday guests at H. IN. Kruse's. Mrs.- Chambers is a niece of Mrs. Sperbeck, and her husband the long-time publisher of the Swea City Herald, one of the Co. at Sioux City, and Mr store. Mr«. H .,_ .......... ^ Al- ter company B Yellowstone park, suffered roken bones in her left foot ley Wednesday afternoon to visit Mr. Furst's sister, Mrs. Harry Mathes. Both Mr. Furst and Mr. of Mr. and A. Tuttle, is visiting her . 'ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Burrell, Perry, for a week or ten days. She will be in the fourth i grade next year. Mr. Tuttle trav- for a De, j ._ „ ... ..„» ,^,^-t, * u — v j inu.Li.ico. UUU11 JV11, We the first night out, while Mathes are barbers. fl uiH, ! • , H ankle turned in instead i AmonB . llcol)le who o Sunday at the Okobojis were Ray- which caused a break in- mond Madson, Adra Yeoman, Clark fc a sprain fhe foot, ankle, 'Redfield, Helen Kuhn, Stanley le leg up to the knee was Muckey, and Ida Stoffel. a plaster cast, which must I in place seven weeks. Mrs. Airs. John Foth is taking a two weeks vacation from duties as • , --- ---- •-. ------- ..... -• s on rom ues as w gets around \on crutches, ready-to-wear clerk at Graham's, PlflPTir flirt nnr Ir-rt/ir* *-ii/\ -r\n n_ r ___ j»« i~t •**. -,-r , . ._ ^ - w 1 Pooch is Now Livermore Citizen .:j L j'j , « .—' | i u«iuj-i.u->Yeai uicin. at Ul ctliaui o, cidenl did nol keep the par-' an d Mrs. C. R. Holt, wife o£ the i continuing the trip. They |manager, is taking her place. * to Irvington Saturday .Mr. and Jlrs. Byron Arnold and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Miller spent Sunday at Clear Lake. Mr. Arnold teaches biology in the local high school, and Mr. Miller is a junior .high teacher. u ~ ; Mrs. Harold .Tncobson, Otiosen, Mrs. iirecl Pooch, for- was a guest Friday of Mrs. G. 'L. . farmers, are now set- |Vo hs. Mr. Jacobson is a former i a new home at Livermore, --•--•- . . .. ~.. . ing to the Gazette, which have done a lot of paint- .apering, besides laying hardwood floors. Editor MilJos: "Mr. Pooch is announe- I feed-mill business. He Ritas it going full swing. He i c °i'n, grinds and mixes I nulls oats. His outfit is Since leaving Livermore principal of the Ottosen schools, and Mr. and Mrs. Vohs formerly lived at Ottosen. Air. and Airs. Harold Walker are spending this week with Mr. Walker's parents at Sloan, a small town south of Sioux City. Mr. Walker is a local agent for the Metropolitan Life. Mr. und Airs. M. C. McMuiion spent the week-end at New Hamp- pany. Mrs. John Ulfers, with her children, Verabelle and Charles, and | Magdeline Stoffel left Saturday for a week in the Black Hills and at Yellowstone Park. Verabelle is office girl for Drs. Andrews and Meyers, and Magdeline for Doctor Olson. A. E. Groves, daughters Norma and Bonnie, Mr. and Mrs. Selmar Hoveland, and the 'two Hoveland sons, all of Forest City, were Sunday guests at Oliver Moe's. Mrs. Hoveland is a daughter, Mrs. Moe a sister, of Mr. Groves, who is a retired postal employe. Mr. nnd Mrs. w. J. Becker, Denver, and their children arrived Sunday evening for a visit with their daughter, Mrs. EvcreU Anderson, and with Mr. Becker's brother Henry, local life insurance salesman. The Beckers moved to Denver last spring. yean. »pn w«,j i ~ u ~""—~ spent tne weeic-ena at wew namp- We expericTi , llast , had co ": ton, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank t up to date in the m:it- Mnixing and grinding." gona Farmer ticked by a Horse July 26-J. H. Zanke met Recker, who formerly lived at Bancroft. Mr. Recker now owns a variety store there. Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Black, farmers southeast of town, returned Saturday evening from Minneapolis, where he had attended a R. 0. T. C. camp for the last six weeks. > ' *" ««'»-ill-Aitw, XlUUUl'U p. Agona, 'had' had a horse f «mke home, and had sent a u After the horse was Mr. Zanke was standing jeanlng against the back end •™ck, when the horse kick« the face, inflicting a se- ev« c ° ncu ss>on, injuring E T ld bre aking the nose. TS 1 ! as since been confined .HI-, and Mrs. Leslie Samp, ^u«~ --;- ------~11 Mills, with their little son David, i-law, Robert we) . e guests Sunduv of Leslie's tMUf , | satisfactorily. " i ?, ve P° rted getting Uk'n, - a "y families » 1 1 and the vicinity at- U » famil y reunion at «fe A. Call state park tm. ?! tend ance numbered b ' g plcnlc d '«' ie '- the 8pent at visiting. , 26- Wn n e he was Verue w «h p aul "Bum" Lloyd '"out hte chest &&&«* fMfrssssas were oUcBto ou»i««*.r w* *jv«.-»- •mother, Mrs. Andrew Godfredson. Leslie is still interested in a variety store at Lae Mills. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Pommerening, with their son Bobby, left yesterday morning for visits till Sunday with relatives and friends at several points. Mr. Pommerening works at Greenberg's. Dr. and Mrs. George Meyer, ol Marshalltown, were Sunday visitors of the A. A. Bishops. The Bishops formerly lived in a smuil town near Marshalltown and knew the Meyers well at that time. Remodel Your HOME Add the extra room you need —repair, reshingle, paint. Pay out of income through .our monthly payment plan. RAESIY LUMBER CO. Milwaukee Depot Phone 234 B, GRIFJW , and the Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner attended the installation services for the new pastor of the Pairville Lutheran church, the Rev. Alfred Rehder, Sunday. Fairville is in Palo Alto county, southwest of Penton. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. Whitney spent Sunday at Medford, visiting Mr. Whitney's cousin, Ezra Beardsley. The Whitney son Howard, Chicago, was also there, and Dorothy Whitney came from Minneapolis. Mr. "Whitney has for many years been ticket agent for the Milwaukee here. Mr. and Mrs. Charels W. Lynn, Sioux City, were Sunday guests at the Major Saul temporary home at Clear Lake. The Saul famUy -will come here next week. Mr. Saul is Algona's new secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, and Mr. Lynn is engaged in photo finish work at Sioux City. Mrs. P. L. Thorpe, with her son Larry,.went to Grinnell last week Thursday to bring home the son Russell, who had been visiting the Albert Grosenbachs, former Sexton farmers. Mr. Thorpe, who works for the Algona Flour & Feed Co., Iowa Theatre No. 1 THITltSDAY THROUGH SATUBDAY BIG 3-WAY PROGRAM Western — • Crime Club Mystery "OLD WYOMING TRAIL" "THE LADY IN THE MORGUE Serial "FIGHTING DEVIL DOGS" SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY (Reissues) 2 GREAT FEATURES—4 GRAND STARS Triumphant K«tum En|»gem«nt! BORDERTOWN HW^^ B L I I L DAVIS Second Feature JANET GAYNOR ROBT. TAYLOR BINNIE BARNES LEWIS STONE —in— "SMALL TOWN GJRL" Mr. Chambers is in the - - the Interstate Power j Co., and the Kruses are former |Swea Cityans. Robert C. Larson - Wnvno T»^I/II« •«» __ i dys w- , C. Jernson, „„„„ ,. TT.+I, • ---—=-|her sister, Mrs. Herbert r^^KKSaKSnrjK a railroad; and the elder Mr. 3.1*6 IJarsntS OI 1 ' l ) 111 rtmin-ltf^t* I r ~n ~~ ""*'*•'•"•* «*«.** uicin.. boni inst^ week Wednesday ^ l^l^ ffiSj, fl f ^^£ \rp, yTn ^fi lns ', tlle week wlth an aunt a ^ is the to™P K 5v^5ffii Mr 6,y^ I -» B ~»«*. i, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. - Y- le Swea City, and a mechanic at Mrs. E. W. Hanson, -with her daughter Barbara and' Kelen ^, —»-»ifc« ctuu -I'-trlcll Corey, .wijl go to Minneapolis Saturday, and the Hansens will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Duncan, a couple of weeks, while Helen - - - > --...,. ^ .i c .MtiouiL oiiy neamishes took her home with them Sunday, after having spent the week-end here. Mr. and Mrs John King, Clear Lake, also spent the week-end with the local Beam- ishes. They are uncle and aunt of Raymond and Leon. Leon is a carpenter; Mr. King, a farmer Mr. and Mrs. Ar.be Behrens, of Postville, were week-end guests of tfUB TK Wins! BULl-IEVEITORNOI Marlha fighlt o hrocioui bull In (he mosf hifarfoui bullfight ever teen below the Rio Grande! w ,. h BOB BURNS -MARTHA RAYE DOROTHY L AMOUR-RAY MILL AND J* BINfiUUBARNR • TIIO 6U1ZAR Plus POPEYE—VITAPH01VE GAMBOLS—NEWS Free Delivery = Phones S= 4 -<> and 421 | ALGONA M - IOWA Hood's HARVEST SPECIALS PINEAPPLE Xo. 10 tin 59c Store FLOUR Guaranteed 49 IBs. $1.09 niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiig SPECIALS g Thursday SS Friday = Saturday S JULY S 28, 29, 30 S PORK & BEANS No. 5 can i gal. 15c BLACKBERRIES JVo. 10 tin 39c PEACHES No. 10 tin Solid Pack 2 cans 69c CHERRIES No. 10 tin _ _ 47c Coffee Red A 1 Ib. 16c Butternut or Folger's 2 Ibs. 52c Oyster Sheik 100 Ibs 69c Flour Omar 49 Ibs. $1.69 IGA 49 Ibs. ^1.69 Urge box (One with order) Extra Special Spray IGa Pint 37c R«d A Coffee 2 Ibs. ___ 3 Ibs. 45p Coffee Brown Bettj r Cannist«r 2 Ibs. 49c Pure Cider Vinegar Gallon 21c Salmon Pink 2 1 Ib. cans Pork and Beans 16-oz. can 5 for 25c IGA BEVERAGES, all flavors, 24-oz 3 for __ r CORN, WHOLE KERNEL, Stokelj's 2 caiis 29c CORN, Stanard Wliite, No. 2 4 cans 27c MILK, Stanby tall cans evaporated —2'cans OATMEAL, IGA quick or reg., Ig. package CORN STARCH, IGA 1 Ib. pkg. 3 for GLOSS STARCH, IGA 1 Ib. pkg. 3 for 25? FRUIT PECTIN, IGA 3-oz. pkg. 9c JAR RUBBERS, red lipped, best grade 6 pkgs. 259 FRUIT SALAD, 18-k No. 2 cans, each '_> _ 23c APRICOTS, IGA whole unpealed No. 2U 23c RIPE AND RAGGED PEACHES, IGA No. 9U cans _23^ RIPE AND RAGGED PINEAPPLES, IGA 2}£ cans _23<f PEARS, 18-k No. 3^4 cans, heavy syrup 23c FRESH GINGER SNAPS, Ib. IQc PINEAPPLE, No. 2^ broken slice, each 19e CRACKERS, 8 Ib. box ___! _ _ II»s£ FLOUR, White Castle, 24U Ib. bag _59e WHEAT PUFFS, large pkg. 3 for 25c TOMATO JUICE, Stokely's 50<oz. tin _„_ _ 19* CORN FLAKES, IGA — 2 "likes." 18* CATSUP, large 14,oz. bottle " '• *-• BANANAS (Saturday) 5 IBS, 27C ALL QUALITY MEATS FRESH GROUND BEEF 2 Jws. 25c PORK ROASTS, loin ends Ib. 12^? FULL CREAM CHEESE, Ib, tfH* 100% PURE LARD — -2 Ibs, 21 c BOILED H4M, Ih, -™-__.,ii^ H4MS, Ib, 20? /Pure PORK SAUSAGE -« Ibs, 25* PORK CHOPS, Center Cuts, Ib. SQUARE CHEESE. 2 Ibs, box BEEF POT ROAST, fancy, Ib. _ PRJED BEEF, |b 55* MINCED HAM $ BOLOGNA Jfc Potatoes 15-lb, peck Grapefruit 6 for 25c Tomatoes Peanut Butter i'arol 2-1 b. iar 25c Picklew Carol Sweet 20-oz. jar 21c. Peas IGA No. 2 Early June 2 cans 25c Dog Food Hill's . 1-lb. cans 4 cans 23c Peas Bluebird New pa«k 3 cans 25c Oranges Med. size Cantelo'pe 10 and 13c

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