Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1938 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX COUNTY ADVANCES. Want FOR SiALE—YEARLING BOAR.— C. Winkle, Burt. AUTO LOANS — REFINANCING. Lower Credit Co. payments. — Western 8u30tf FOR SALE—TANKAGE. SEE US before you buy.—Algona duce. Pro- KEYS—GET THEM MADE AT Wellendorf Auto Repair, code or duplicate. llp2-5 WESLEY "AUX" SENDS $5 TO SUPPLY SHELF Wesley, Oct. 5—The Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening with 14 members present. The, president, Mrs. Edna Flom, announced that a county meeting will be held at Fenton next Tuesday and the fall conference at Fort Dodge on October 20. A carpet rag party will be held at Mrs. Clara Krdman's October 12, with Mrs. Myrtle Kouba and Mrs. Oma Hildman serving. The treasurer, Mrs. Joe Meurer, report- oil $12.35 was made at the bake sale held at the Kouba store sev- enil weeks ago, and that the unit FOR SALE -..- mjROC JERSEYj» ow hlls ;!0 l )llid u l> members. boars.—Roy Rlngsdorf, 4 miles! u wn - s voted to scll(1 ? 5 worth of east, 3% miles south, Burl.. 12p2tf, clothing and supplies to the supply l-shelf at Dos Moinea, to send $1 to FOR SALE—172 HEAD CHOFCIO i Knoxville to provide entertain- White Facu yearling steers, •lOjinent for the Htilloween party, .and head two-year-olds.—C. L. Bailey, (300 popples are to be ordered and Algonu, 2F23. 18p3 paid for now. Tlie Americanism chairman, Mrs. Myrtle Kouba, reported that plans are being made for the observance of Armistice day. The president and secretary gave a report on tht! school of instruction held at Swe:i City. Mrs. Helen Johnson I AM MAKING LONG TIME FARM loans at 4Vt% interest with no stock to buy and no red tape.—M. P. H.iggard. 21pol-G WINDOW GLASS AT PRICES very low. Storm sashes fitted Potash Demonstration Plot Will Be Harvested Monday at reasonable cost.- -Lusby's. 12(2)50tf FOR SALE—GO SPOTTED PO- laii'.i China boars; also 8 white boars. Good ones.—Anton Vammen, Uingsted. served lunch. The next meeting will be first Monday in November. :ho S. S. Class Is Iviilvrtaincd— Mrs. Milton Giddings entertained 15p(eow)"l-7 i lMO You "S Adult Sunday school '_.. class Friday evening to elect offi- FOR SALE—PUREBRED HAMI'-! cers !llul a teacher. Raymond Han- shire Vail and spring boars. A s^ 11 was elected president and Mrs. largo group to choose from.—Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 17(eow)3-15 FOR SALE—SHORTHORN BULL, Chester White boar.—G. C. Hood, Burt. Iowa, telephone 14 on !I5. Bernard Thompson, secretary- treasurer. Mrs,. Milton Giddin;s was elected tejjhslier. Games were played, after which the hostsss served lunch. Agnes Boyer and Gesina Schutter assisted with the 13p3-l entertainment. FOR SALE— JOHN DEERE CORN j Hirtluliiy 1'arty is Given picker with motor, perfect con- 1 ' acres.—C. Winkle, Burt. Shirley Studer, daughter oC .Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Studer, was nine years old Saturday, and her moth- FOR SALE—VAUGHN'S CHICAGO j er illvitde . 20 ? f hel> girl friellds Lo with' come lo ' nonle that afternoon. ,;i Following several hours of games Mrs. Studer served lunch, and Parks Lawn Grass Seed, planting instructions, 1 lb. Ibs. $1.85.—Algona Greenhouses. 17-1-3 Shirley received many gifts. FOR SALE—1935 CHEVROLET 2- door; $70 overhauling done this summer; two new front tires. Will Take Long Train Trij)— Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hopkins left Tuesday night for a three weeks sell for $300 cash. — Inquire Ad-' 11 '. 1 . 1 ? b f . tl * in - Among places they j 'will visit friends and relatives are . | Greenburg, Ind., and Cleveland, 0. A DEMONSTRATION PLOT sponsored by the Farm Bureau will be •- 1 * shown to farmers on the Sherman place two miles south and a mile east of Whittemore Monday. "'The plot will be 'harvested, and the farmers will be shown the results of the proper use of potash fertilizer on .the alkali soils of Kossuth county. This fertilizer will greatly increase the yield as well as the quality of corn when applied with the corn. Besides the results as shown by the havestms, a demonstration on how the fertilization should be done, will also be given. In the above picture is shown the results of potash treatment of corn, with the fine yield in the lower picture. Sorensen Planning to Come Home Soon In a recent card to members of City and County The Ker. P. ,T. Vmner preached FOR SALE ing one Two wagons and ensilage cutter.— lives for a few daye. McEnroe Bros., phone 519. 18u3 FOR SALE—TINY APARTMENT piano—Baldwin make. New last year. Can be seen in Algona. Continue the payments.—Write Bald- his family, Lars Sorensen, who ie j Sunday at St. John's Lutheran LE—McCORMICK-DEER-i Tbey will return by way of Sioux I in a Rochester, Minn., hospital, church, Burt, -row picker, like new. j City, where they will visit rela-j following an operation, said he -William (1 win Piano Store, Des Moines. Sorority Sisters Meet Again— Evie Engals, of Maquoketa, came Monday to spend a week with Dorothy Kraus. The two girls were sorority sisters at college at Ames. (BUI) Bowman suffer|was "feeling fine." His operation' ed a heart attack Saturday evening was for ulcers of the stomach, and j and has since been in critical con- Jimmie Roosevelt, who has now, it is believed, been dismissed, was a co-patient for the same thing. Lars dition. Mrs. Gertrude Spllles, who had spent several weeks here at her can s it up now, a few minutes at a i son Leo's, returned to her home at time, and he expects to be sent Whittemore Saturday. Mary Elizabeth Foster, who is GREATER HOG PROFITS — Sargent Minral Meat Meal feeds twice as far as tankage, costs about the same. Get trial bag. — Anderson Grain & Coal Co. (3.) Miss Engals will go to Cleveland, j home in another ten daye. Mr.. -3u2-3 O., to begin her duties as dietitian Sorensen came to this country • teaching school at Primghar, spent :., „ , „„,,,.-..- from Denmark when he was a' the week-end with her parents, Mr. young man. For a time he lived at, and Mrs. W. A. Foster. Burt, but for going on nearly 40 in a hospital there. New Hank Ilookkeeper- BOYS AND GIRLS— TELL MOM and Dad you prefer Poll-Parrot shoes. Clever styles, always comfortable and correct for growing feet.—Kresensky's. your (3) FOR SALE—USED CORN PICK- ers. Farmall mounted and pull type in all makes. Also used F-20 and regular Farmall Tractors, Clifford Munsou, West Bend, began his duties as bookkeeper in . . Attorney and Mrs. M. C. MeMa- years he has been an active Al- hon, with their daughter Nancy, gona business man. He owns the were Sunday guests of Druggisi the Exchange State bank Saturday, store building in which the Soren- and Mrs. George Free at Garner. He had previously been employed in the First National bank at Herman, Minn. He is rooming at Mrs. Kate Kennedy's. priced to sell,—Denison Implement!season Lose Game to (ioldfield— The Wesley Tigers lost the ball game Sunday to Goldfield 5-4. The game was played on the local diamond and was the lost of the Co., Denison, Iowa. 28u51-l-3 FOR SALE—L. C. SMITH second hand standard full-sized machine at a bargain price. Also aa Underwood standard full-sized machine. See our display window.—Advance Publishing Co. FLOORS SANDED. REFINISHED with permanent floor finish. A new Improved method guarantee- Ing satisfaction.—Cowan & Supply Co. Building 38tf FARM LOANS—4% %, NO COM- mission. Can close your loan promptly.—C. W. Nicoulin, Algona. llp50-8 ONE MINUTE WASHER — NOW over two million satisfied users! Monthly term arrangement. See latest model. Ask for home demonstration.—L. W. Swauson. (3) FOR SALE—AN L. C. SMITH AND an Underwood typewriter. Both machines are full-sized standard typewriters. A bargain at a cosh price. See our window display.— Advance Publishing Co. STEADY WORK—GOOD PAY. RE- liable man wanted to call on farmers in Kossuth county. No experience or capital required. Make up to $12' a day. — Write MR. THOMAS, P. 0. Box No. 63, Waterloo, Iowa. .J0p3 LOANS Complete financial service. Cars refinanced — lower payments. Personal loans. — L. S. Bohannon, Hutchison bldg., phone 103. Save up to 40% on auto insurance. 22u3 Teacher for Nine Years — Mildred Benton, Emmelsbuvg teacher, came home for the weekend. This is her ninth year there. Other Wesley News. The Wilbur Fisher family had Sunday dinner with Mr. Fisher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Fisher, of Britt. Otlilr relatives pre'sent were Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Fulton, of Wichita, Kans., and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. French aud sou DonalJ, Sioux City. Visitors at Wallace Benton's Saturday evening were his mother, Mrs. Ella Benton and her son Charles, of Boone, and her two daughters, Mrs. Earl Kerr, New York City, and Mrs. Fred Looft and son Dennis, Swea City. Mr. aud Mrs. R. B. Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Felt, Mr. and Mrs. Al Wagner and children, and Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Gerdes and children were entertained at a G sen grocery is conducted, and the Mrs. Leona Falkenhainer, now telephone exchange has the upper of Red Oak, called on Algona friends Sunday. She was on ner way home from a visit at Water- floor. loo. Smith-Hughes Meet Mr . and Mm N L Henton Ce Here Attracts 400 dar Ra P ids - wer e Sunday guests of . __ Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Post. Mr. Hen- A Home Economics district meet l ° n te em P lo yed in a furniture at the high school building Satur- st ^' . w „ . .. . day drew an attendance of nearly „ V s " allnkalt » of the Council 400 students, teachers, and others ^ groc !J' y ' hte wlfe - alld tneir interested from Emmetsburg, Es- c ^ ildre n. B etty and Duane, attend- therville, Rolfe, Laurens, and „ a Pa rrisb - family reunion at Humboldt, besides Algona. This meeting was one of others, and to- ' , , gether they covered the state. Such ^ arm , ers ne F Pocahontas, were gatherings are part of a new pro- , A ^ visitors at Clinton Light- gram sponsored by the federal gov- ' £}' S 'T Th't Gunderson Is a sister » f , Sllun *&• ttnd Jllrs> ^ „ John Gunderson, ernment for the purpose of senting actual home-making projects to girls in the home economics classes in the schools. Tie Smith-Hughes home economics course was introduced in the Al- Mr. Lighter 1 ' Lola DrceBiiwn, Des Moines, week-end here __ Bakkens. She is assistant principal in the Sailor high school at at Tl^^i Moines - gona schools for the first time this '. fall. Motherless Babe to Be Reared Here Wilhelm Christensen, 7 Ms-months "Write-'a-Letter" AMES EXPERT TO SPEAK ON TREE CULTURE Public Meeting Will Be Held in Algona October 14. Tree demonstrations to be Riven here Friday afternoon, October 14, also nn evening meeting, are planned by the Kossuth Flower club, REWRITES Briefs smnmarlilng principal news In fnesdny's tp« per l)es Moines* CITY SUPERINTENDENT J. W, Kelly, 57, died suddenly Saturday evening at 10:30 from heart disease. His death and Doctor Baker's were severe shocks for Algona. Father Mallinger conducted funeral rites at the Catholic church Tuesday morning, and burial was ma'd'e In. Calvary cemetery. Mr. Kelly, who for 27 years had been city superintendent, wne credited with the cooperation of the Farm , ,, ... Bureau and the Algona chapter ot wi "' «» upbuilding of the light the Kossuth Conservation League. S. W. Edgecombe, professor of horticulture at Iowa State college, has been secured by A. L. Brown, county agent, to give a demonstration on diseases and other factors and power plant to one of- the best small town plants in the United States. He was born at Mauston, Wis., grew Up there, then attended the Wisconsin state university. He came here in 1904 and entered the In the afternoon and .give a talk at jGmploy of the city Hlfi wlfe who a public meeting in the evening. | sUrviveSi wns Maymo Carey, Mll- Algonlans who desire demons ra-, wnukee , and there are two'sons, tions on their property are naked | Jos Jr nlld Omer , Ml , Kell was With GIen Rane y'a member of the local Catholic church and of the Rotary club. .1)11. L. G. BAKKlt, 52, dentist at the postofflce. 'A meeting of the Algona chapter of the Conservation League is to be called next week to lay plans "ore since 1915, suffered a for the League's part in the dem-1 stroke at his offices last onstrations. fatal week j Thursday evening and died Friday. The Flower club, at a monthly,He was born at Spencer Juno 28, meeting Monday evening in the as-11886, and was graduated from high sembly room of the Algona library school there. His dental course will determine where the demonstrations and the evening meeting will be held. The regular program Flower club's Monday was taken at Iowa City. After a year of practice at Bismarck, N. D., and four years at Hartley, he for the came here with his bride of the evening meeting will Include roll call on Ocvtober Blooms in my Garden; a talk, illustrated by photographs, by Mrs. F. Earl Burgess on experiences in landscaping church properties; W. C. Dau's colored moving pictures taken on a western tour last 'summer. Drivers' Tests Change. Driver's license examiners in this district have announced that examinations at Bancroft have dsconUnued he, - tice. The paving operations there|f rom have made it impractical to give driving tests there for the time being. Examinations are given here every Monday. Calihvells Now In Oregon. The R. W. Caldwells are now located at Salum, Ore., where the daughter Maxine is attending col- ege. Maxine was graduated from ihe local high school this year. The Rev. F. C. Taylor, once Meth- samo year, who was Luella Lucas, Kanawha. Mrs. Baker and a son, Durwood, survive. Some years ago the Bakers built a modern home on east McGregor street. The doctor was a Congregationalism a Mason (Royal Arch and Blue Lodge), and a Rotarian. Doctor Muhleman conducted funeral services nt the Congregational church Monday, and burial with Masonic rites was made in Riverview. A LUTHERAN Sunday 'school Iveld here representatives .. Bancroft, Fort Dodge, Cowrie, Harcourt, Dayton, Stratford, Pomeroy, Pocahontas, Manson, Mason City, Rockwell City, Burnside, and Algona. Two professors from Gustavus college, St. Peter, Minn., will lead discussions and give addresses. Refreshments will be served by the local Sunday school organization. SIXTY BUSINESS -KEN attend- an open forum meeting of the tor Mvaw>; C. M. William*, K. D James. . . , - --------- odist pastor here, now of Port- Chamber of Commerce at the Le;and, Ore., is a former Salem pas- OTTOSEN A farewell party was given Mrs. Sarah Storesund Tuesday evening the Lutheran Aid at E. J. Dahl's. A handkerchief shower was ;iven. Lunch was served by the icstesses. Attending were the erver Stor'esunds, John Stones, Henry Henriksons, Ed'die Zinnels, Mrs. Thomas Olson, Martha Ellingson, Mrs. Edw. Edwards, Mrs. Percy Watnem, Mrs. Peter Mo- viek, Mrs. Roy Jacobson, Mrs. Cliff anders, Mrs. Ralph Richards, tfrs. Helen Rasmusen, Mrs. Charie Hanson, Mrs. Roy Enockson, Urs. Rena Enockson, Mrs. Delmar •Cinseth, Mrs. Magnus Bratlaud, Mrs. Merle Holt, Mrs. Harvey Thorsen, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dahl and children, Mrs. Peter Holt and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Enockson, Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Norman, Helleseth and children, West Bend 1 . Dorothy Smith, evangelist from Spencer, is holding meetings in the ommunity church at Ottosen for hree weeks. The meetings started this week. Velma Kinseth, Humboldt, spent a few days at Delmar Kinseth's. Mrs.. Jones, Buffalo Center, is visiting at Roy Morgan's. . c -.1 Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth and 18 Sponsored) sons vlsited relatives in Omaha over the week-end. Fae and Mae Von Buskirk, wno This is write-a-letter week, sponsored by the postoffice department as a stimulant to the sale of stamps and as an additional iu- o'clock dinner at Monday evening. Mrs. Alf Studer Rose, Mrs. Jack Emil Wester's and daughter Haverly, Mrs. ANNOUNCEMENT Mrs. Floyd Curl has purchased my beauty parlor and took possession Monday. Before leaving I want to express my thanks to my patrons and other friends. I know that you will find in Mrs. f'url a charming woman who will appreciate your patronage. CORA 1). MILLER 3 FOR SALE — TWO GOOD USED car bargains—'36 Master Chevrolet eedan in excellent condition, $395.00; '35 Pontiac sedan with radio and heater, in very fine shape, $395. — Birum-Olsou Co., Buick Dealers, 40J E. State Street, phone 121. 33p3 Agatha Haverly, and Mrs. A. L. Kleinpeter drove to Hampton Sunday to visit the Cap Cooper family. Mrs. Cooper was formerly Agnes Haverly. Clarence Haveriy visited several days last week with his parents, the Hen.-y Haverlys, and with other relatives around Wesley. He is manager of a large dairy farm near Dundee, 111. Audra Benton, of Algona, was home over the week-end. She is employed as private secretary to M. L. Christiansen of the Algona creamery. The J. F. Jansens, Viking, Minn., left for their home Friday morning after a week at Edw. Loebig's. Mr. Jansen is a brother of Mrs. Loebig. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shilts and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy McWhorter, of Algona, called Wednesday evening at the R. B. Hopkins home. Mr. aud Mrs. George Ehlers, of Buchyrus, N. D., spent several days with their daughter Mary, employed at the Benton cafe. son of Oliver Christensen, near Ot-|£a«£ for p^pfe t Tatar! eorres tosen was brought last week pondence with those from whom Tuesday to live with his aunt and ! they have not hwlrd fm- uncle, Mr. and Mrs. O. T ., Solberg. i child at Ottosen. Mrs. Kleppe Church Trustees Named. spent last week at Solberg's. Helen I C. R. Schoby and A. R. Cruik- Kent, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. shank have been elected members H. Kent, farmers near Wesley, is of the Methodist board of trustees, employed at the Solberg home. Mr. j Other members are: J. F. Overmy- Solberg is manager of the local' er, president; M. G. Norton secre- whu« r>«^ „.-, ....,= -_ .- tery . E j Gilmore, P. A. Danson, W. A. Foster, D. L. Leffert, Wm. C. Steele, and W. C. Dewel (the latter emeritus). White Rose oil station. Burt Girl Accepts Job at Des Moines Ruth Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson, Burt, left yesterday morning (Wednesday) for Ames, where she was to start work as stenographer for the Benefit Mutual Life Ine. Co. She is a 1938 graduate of the Burt high school, in which she was an expert typing and shorthand student. She plans to attend college later and major in journalism. , are attending the state teachers college at Cedar Falls, spent the week-end at home. •Harold Bakke, who attends school at Cedar Falls, visited friends here over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs, Wilbur Stone, of Schenectady, N. Y., left Thursday for home after a month here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stone, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henrikson. The, Rev. Mr. Gladstone, G. J Purdy, Mrs. Ralph Richards, and Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk attended a church meeting at Carroll Wednesday. Tom Olson, Ole Ellingson, -md Harvey Thorsen attended a church meeting at Armstrong Tuesday. gion hall Monday evening. Leading discussions on various tapies were T. C. Hutchison, E. E. Douglas, D. E. Dewel, H. M. Olson, Doc- THE HKSM SCHOOL football team lost id Clear Lake, there Friday evening, I2 r 0, but *h'owed decided strength over that of the game at EmmetebUrg the week before, three hard luck plays against the locals decided the C L. tliriii the opponents' favor, JOE (ULLACUfKR, Emmetsburg, waa given A 60-day sentence in Jail by Judge Davidson Monday for reckless driving, but the sentence will not start till December 1. The offense,occurred last spring, whan Gallagher ran .Into the Mrs, Alvin Huenhold automobile. HARVESTING on potash fertilizer plots will take place at the T. C. Sherman farm, southwest nf Whittemore, Monday and on Hie Harold Clayton farm, In Creaco township next week Sa'turday. The benefits of the fertilizer are expected to be shown. THE REl'UHMCANS will open county headquarters in rooine above the James drug store on October 16. The office will be a rallying point for young republicans, the republican ex-service league, and the Kossuth republican organization. FORMS FOR THE 57c corn loans from tlie government arrived one day last week. They are for 1037 corn In good condition. The local office expects to reseal nearly a half million bushels of last /ear's crop. MR. AND MRS. C. H. Taylor got home Saturday from three weeks of travel by train to the wost coast, south through California, thence returning. They called on many former Algonians. W. T. WAUCHN, of the Norton lumberyard, was taken home from a local hospital Monday, following a few days' illness, after a blood vessel had broken causing hemorrhage in the stomach. M. S. CRAYEN, Titonka, suffered both bones broken in his left arm when he was fishing for pick- for this Off 'b(K;;i| of town. be held CVf 'niiiK has K ? tll( ' "fHcors ' Uio "icetlpj, '" Now in new location I the old jiostoffice bulldi, Come and visit the news Mrs. F. L. Triboi] Will sell Mrs. Geo. Free'K Furnitnre at her lioine at 311 South Minnesota Street. Saturday, Oct. 8, at 9 a. m. Consisting of an extra good walnut dining room suit*, to™, case, rugs, cludrs, desk, Hoosicr kitchen cabinet, wuhrat dm leaf table, electric washing machine, beds, dressers, chest o drawers, sewing machine, iron cot, porch fnrnihire-verr.«! fernery, Hamilton lleach electric cleaner, garden tnols W .jars, (llshes, three Inrge jars and kitchen utensils. Mrs, Fml has s<»ld her house and must vacate at once. Hood's ifi Store Algona Iowa i Dill Pickles Full quart 16c Special Friday, Saturday, and Monday Free Delivery Phones 420421 FIG BARS Fresh Lb.. 10c SUGAR Fine granulated (Limit) 10 Ibs. ____' 47c Bulk Dates N 7 e\v, clean Lbs 19(1 Sl'E YOUIt WEAKEST HEAL ESTATE DEALER for information about attractive farms in your locality offered for sale oil easy terms by the First Trust Joint Stock Land Bank of Chicago; or communicate with W. P. Urenu, Fieldmau, Plymouth, Iowa, or Harold Oldhani, Iowa Sales Supervisor, 4229 Crest Drive, E. H. KAHL HAS 21 PUREBRED Chester White boars for saie. Large, smooth, heavy-boned type. We i.nvite you to come aud see. They are double-treated against and come guaranteed (Location on old No. 9, cholera breeders. . , Ceylon road, first place west of bridge.— E. H. Kahl, Fairmont. 45(2)3 Molnee. WE ARE SINCERELY GRATB- ful to friends and neighbors lor the kindness shown at the time of the illness and death of our mother, Mrs. August Schmidt. These expressions have been deeply appreciated.—August Schmidt children, s Hickenlooper to Give^lgona Talk B. B. Hickenlooper, Cedar Rapids, republican candidate for lieutenant-governor, will speak at a republican rally here October 21, it was announced the first of the week. The county committee, headed by R. J. Harrington, has not yet definitely determined the details of the meeting, which will be announced later. HOSPITALS FOR SALE — 40 WHITE LEG.(») . horns, 75 Rhode Island Red pul- [lets, beginning to lay.—R. R. Gil- I Hngbain, Algona. 16p3 GENERAL. Oct. 2—Mrs. Erwin Olson, Wesley, girl. KOSSUTH. Oct. 3—Mrs. Lars Skaar, Ledyard, boy. Oct. 4—Mrs. M. I. Licbter, Burt, girl. CRIBBING PROBLEM SOLVED/ Portable cribs with galvanized roof, 1200 bu. capacity, approved by A. A. A. for sealjng, for sale by . E. Colwell Irvington •* Grapefruit JUICE Jumbo 46-oz. cans Pineapple JUICE .'vmbo 46-oz. can 31 c COOKIES Plain and fancy 2 Ibs. _25c FLOUR White Castle Milled by Pillsburv FLOUR IGA g.$1.39 Potatoes 10 Ibs. Russets Mesh g%f • bag ------- CDC 9< 18-k Fancy Catsup, 8-oz. ____ Peanut Butter, 32-oz. jar _____ 18-k Olives, plain, 2.<>z. botOe _ "-' Olives, stuffed, bottle. _ r ._;. O'rries. red pitted No. 22 cans ^•!- Grapefruit Hearts .2 cans 29f Carol, sliced, 2^ cnn..l6p Ige. 2% cans J'oi'h & Keans, 16-oz. tins 6 for 29<i f'«ni Flakes, l ge . uoxes _ 2 f or 17^ IGA Peas, p«d run Ko. 2 2 cai,s 25* Kraklkrisp ^heat Flakes __^__; —2 boxes Cocoa, IGA quality, Mb, box __ Soap Flakes, IG A , large box 16* Mince Meat IGA 9.o Z . pkg 2 forl»* Mixed Dried Fruits, compote „ „ ------------ —-—2 Ibs. 2B* l runes, new crop Irgr, size 2 Ibs. 13* I nines, new, extra large 2 Ibs. 17* Aavy Beans, new clean __ 3 Ibs. 13* Great Northern Beans __3 Ibs. IS* Bice, Fancy Blue Rose . 3 Ibs. IS* Matches, Strikalite .,_« box-es J»e Mutches, IGA Blue Tip « boxes 21* SYRUP No. 10 dqrk 49c COFFEE BED A lib 2 Ibs. 3 Ibs. COFFEE BLUEG »...„.. 25C.1 Free cup &; saucer] Potates Fine 100 Ibs. 99c i _ SPRY 3-lb. Tokay Beautiful Flame 2 Ibs. — 9c Peas or Tomatoes, No. 2 can sor I'mpkin, Stokelys No, 8 cans __ QUALITY MEATS 5 Pork Chop 8 , center cut Ib 25c }• »»cy Lamb Roagt, lb. L^nghorn Cheese, £ lb» f Bacon Square*, lb. ' Lettuce, large, 2 heads Oranges, med. size 2 Grapefruit, med, size < J'otatoen, Irish Cobblers, pk, n Sweet Potatoes, 8 Jbs, \- t'rw u berries , * Apples, Bed jQnathon —-* -m FRESH MEATS Pure Lard, 2 lb« Fancy Beef Roast, lb. Ground Beef, 2 lb«. Fre*h Pork Heart*, lb Pork Roatt, loin *nd, 1

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