Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1938
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i»AGB POUR TOR SALE— iBARN —•Dora Bierstedt, Algotin. 9p9 HAMPSHIRE BOARS FOR SALE. —Mike Loss, Algona. 8tfu AHTO LOANS — REFINANCING. tower payments. — Western Credit Co. 8u30tf FOR SALE —WHITE RICE POP- BOrn. New crop.- Irvlagton. •Ed Mawdsley, 10p8-9 FOR SALE — .DUROC BOARS.— P. M. Christenson, Lone Rock. ALGONA YOUTH'S lA/IIIO C D WINo r, D, KOSatTTM COUNTY ADVANCE, AtdONA, v " (• - :?,' >;. ' t,' MARKETS hvy '' ' Butchers, 350-400 ._., $680 Packing sows, 276-350 ____ ~$6'.90 Orval Hane*an Kicks S3££ Goal to Win for Pack ' ng Dakota "U." DP. J. H. Edge, president, Conner . Algona Methodist pastor, proudly I Veal calves JSOOSnn sends down newspaper accounts of. Mulls ~~~ ........ <Mnn can Armistice day football game I GttAnr ----- ?4 - 0() - 5 ' a .. Fat yearlings ----------- $6.50-7.FiO R't — —».. wl ..t,t* wttjr njvLuciii Kuiut? i nKATIV M?i lC i h n a £ ot ?; Wesleyfl11 university,' No. 2 yellow corn (old) Mitchell, S. D., won from Yankton No. 2 vellow corn college, title holder in the ~ " " - FOR SALE— G-FT,~CAPAOITY O. E. ice box. — Kohlhaas & Spllles. c-y REGISTERED HEREFORD bulls for sale. — J. W. Thorn, Lu Verne. __ 8p9-10 FOR SALE — POLAND CHINA boars.— R. A. Bleich, Burt, In. 9p8-10 Dakota college conference," I No! 2 yellow°sov hM«« It must have been a thrilling No. 1 ™ 8 ° y befl " S »« SuStC game ' for the acore wa s 13-12, and No. 2 f, leadership alternated alarmingly. .No. 2 -- 17c For *' —' .... Algonians chief inTerest"ties, Na 2 yo?low"aoy "beans" EGGS . in the fact that Orval Hanegan, an Algona boy, is given unreserved • credit by Mitchell news-paper ',„, a ---------- sports writers for winning tho f 1 . n S e ' - s, under 4 Ibs. 29c 60c unreserved • „ c ' wuo news-paper '£, * rya ---------- - ----- — 30c - FOR SALR — POLAND male pigs.—Geo. W. Wesley. CHINA game for the Wesleyans. Kicks Goal Twice. The newspapers' accounts do ~ -~- r — •*—v» ^I 1 MO, _ _ yo Leghorn springers ~~~~~9c Cash cream— ARMISTICE DAY PROGRAM GIVEN ATH, SJLDG, Major Saul Stresses Need to Keep U. S. Out of War. lly Eleanor Frascr. Mary Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent and high school senior, presided at an Armistice day program Friday morning at It Lutheran Teacher* in S. S. are Coming Lutheran Sunday school teachers In the Algona .circuit will meet at . Trinity church hero next Sunday afternoon, 2:30 till. 5. Seventy teachers are expected for an instl- HOSPITALS GENERAL. November 10MD. C, Gardner, of Des Molnes, accident. ' ( November 11—Larry Rlelnpeler, Wesley, torisil-adenpldectomy; D. H3M,^11GI£J »V1 C CA1/CUI.T3U 1UI tAll 1I1OL1- .„ ,, . • t* 4 i * . i ** tute. The Hev. R. W. Kabellu, Fen- Wesley, tonsU-adenpldectomy; D. ton, and Prof. H. F, C. Mueller, of R ° b e r t Hantleman, Fenton, mod- 17V\»l t*\n. J MM _<«H».»tuJ.<.«J».«J. ~* ICftl* November 14—Mrsj J.,H, Vitz- Wesley, girl. Fort Dodge, superintendent of Christian education, will be speakers. Twelve Sunday schools will be represented by their teaching staff. JOHN LUOWIG, 72, DIES AT FT, DODGE Monday's Fort Dodge Messenger ory of the dead, olwerved by the servlces Don, not make it clear whether Hena- -25c gnu was a member of the Wesleyan regular team, but he — member of the squad, for he No. 1 No. 2„ i sweet :: -° POUT/TRY C an regular team, but he was a: 0 CHINA member of the squad, for he is list- ' o pr "Sers, over 5 Ibs. . i 2c Hildman.jed among the substitutes. Whether! ° pr j n sers a *« c i\-^o t\ \ n .»„» .. i. ™ ., . _ ttifiFlll P'oi'C. !)p8-9 i Springer FOR SALE- . boars. Vaccinated. — Henry Hauptly, Wesley. USED HEATING have one and try an Advance 4 to 5 under 4 Ibs. jo c " 8c __ or not n member of " the ' team he - . ____ c "'** called from the bench to kick rr r " sprln s ei 's -------------- 8c eoal, and both times he made IQpS-lO STOVE—IF YOU good. The Wesleyans would have I T,?", 8 ' lost bv six iinfms -uriMinttt v.1,, i " e s«o ovei : 5 uner kicks. it was without this was J b « -------------- 12o 4 lbs - ------------ 8c sang two selections. Major Saul Speaker. The audience joined in singing' "America", following which mem-' bers of Hagg post marched in. Mary Cruikshank then gave a reading entitled Armistice, and Jane Cretzmeyer played a piano solo, Chopin's Nocturne in C. Minor. , noon from heart disease while vis- Itting his sister, Mrs. George Stu|der at St. Benedict, The Rev. J, M. Mallinger officiated and burial was made in Calvary cemetery. He was born March 10, 1866, at Spillvflle and lived at Garner and at Algona for many years and two years ago moved to Fort Dodge. Major Saul, commander of the'Where he lived at 623 north Ninth local post, declared, that "We of i street. He married Anna Dole who the Legion are not pacifists. We; survives him besides their three do believe that there can be worse [ children, Fred, Mason City, Wash.; Ills I "<•&"«'" llClli the Cocks, under Ibs. 6c FOR SALE—OAK DINING table, 5 leaves, cheap. L. Tribou. newspaper account speaks 1 ROOM of Hanegau's "educated toe," •Mrs. F. iinothor says "the kicking foot of .T, v , " " ••••irf "tv-iniif., 1VJUL Ul 12p9 j Hanegan" should hang in the . - -' llv e, 4% Ibs. Ducks, live, under 4% lOc things than war, that a nation un' FOR SALE—-IVORY AND insulated five-burner kerosene ' paper'^uys'"Hanegan'was'r^non- range.-^0.t Fair at. 12p9-H)i a lble for the South DakoTa college LOST—ON WEST COLLEGt package containing blue dress.—Inquire Advance. Ledyard , teal PDRiHJBRBD HAMPSHIRE BOARS j for sale. Can be registered. Joseph Thorn, Lu Verne TOR SALE — TWO cows, springers; 0 Betty Matzener and 'Bud' An- M,, ',. . aerson, Algona, visited the former's Ihe first quarter of the gamo mother, Mrs. Harriet MatVene" — Im?? I* 00 ™ 1688 ' In the Second Sundny ""el-noon. Mi ss MateraeV ^a! quarter Hanegan booted the oval works at the Anderson Cafe ,.,„, r ,, S™ 'S So 'S,,""'^,-"?.' , *• ^ «"•,«« NIU »« «r,. TSE5ss ( s,3™° <sso,r ^rss S'H/srS?*« Shorthorn Point, making the score 10-0. son Sydney ~ aDd the Jersey boars, immune healthy.—A. C. Carlisle. Ilp9-10 Winning Kick. Yankton scored again the Mr. o Rochester Sunday Skaar and Sydney. see defended is a' nation open to tack. At the same time, we arc thoroughly convinced that war does not pay, that even the victors in a war lose." Soldier's Admonition. The major, with the Americans in the Mihiel sector, were marching on Metz when the armistice was signed. This was expected to be the most decisive Allied drive of the war. Major Saul concluded his remarks with this admonition to the young people in the audience: "As you grow up, makq up your minds to bend your efforts towards maintaining peace for our country, an honorable peace, a neace that will be kept through the respect of other nations. For to me, that is what Armistice day stands for." ~ I , . , ~" "-v-.-v. usiiiii in iim mi. aim mrs. Earl Latini FOR SALE—DUCKS, ALIVE. Fan- third, though failing to kick goal, mond Laupee, Hirrv nnrt cy drakes for breeding.—Leslie a " d with the short end of a 12-10 ^aek, Reuben Barcainnpr McEnroe, phone 33F3, Algona. pi) R c ° r e things looked black for the Kregar and Sandv Stuhh'p "niV TO THE VOTERS OF KOS™™™™*™™^™^^^* ^ ^^ " Pen - t the ^end county: Thanks- for your and support.—J. J. Dooley. Lester of Irvingtonians Find Snow Near Grinnell Irvington, Nov. '15—Mrs. T. E. — ^.™ c . .^.u >uun g com Wickwire and her eon Paul, who living on the Dreyer farm Hl»/^^-rt *« "»yr_« j. . . T_J. f, „ w' *-i*.i»ii drove to Montezuma a week ago Lotts Creek. Friday to attend a funeral, were not able to return till lost week Tuesday, being held up by bad Mrs. John Horton, Sioux City; an Albert, of Colorado. Brothers an steters surviving are Mrs. Reglnfl Ouien Anne of Florence station Omaha; Sister M. Rody, San Fran ois, Milwaukee, Wl.s.; Henry, Poin Bear, Minn.; Joe Ludwig, Tacoma Wash.; and Mrs. Studer, St. Bene diet. Relatives from a distance win came for the funeral were the Leo Dole family of St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. John Horton, Sioux City; and Albert Ludwig, of Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Grosz attended the services this morning. Arnlpd Dreyer and Fenton Girl Marry Fenton, Nov. 9—Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fauerby and Arnold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dreyer, were married Friday evening at 8 o'clock at the Lutheran parsonage, the Rev R W. Kabelitz officiating. Attendants were Lucille Meyer and Meriam Priebe The young couple are " near FOR SALE—TWENTY-FIVE good Hereford steers, coming 2 years old.—Mike Loss, Algona. 14(2)tt'u DUROC JERSEY Ringsdorf, 4 miles FOR SALE boars.—Roy _. „ , . _.. east, 3% miles south, Burt. 12p2tf WANT TO HIRE—A COMBINE for the game. boy, Harold Banwart, son of Mr. and Mrs. George " cs'.nt ],n"ii" "o"'' 0 """ >YCL "- puea- "ui- "•"'« LO return tin lost week Harvest Sunday Announced. called in"^nfn sn ihp nH , U ^ H Mrs ' Grey>s Tuesday ' tein § held up by bad Swea City, Nov. 16-^Next Sunday I- tta 1 Jnn rt & fn ",'• ^ friends - Mrs. weather. The: Wickwires spent evening the Immanuel Lutheran k that won the O Iey formerly hved at Baxter. Part of the time with relatives at ch wch will observe Harvest Sun- Belle Plaine. When they left, day, and the speaker will there was still 6-inch fall of snow on the ground. Mrs. Jos. -~» 14 acrce of red clover.—Joseph year. J. Wadleigh, Lu Verne, phone 2512. 15p9 Banwart. The elder Banwart is a private city trucker. Hanegan and Banwart were both on the Algona high school's football team last urday. Mrs. George Hagge, daughter Alice, Mrs. Raymon Barslou, and -*• the latter's STRAYED—6 FALL PIGS. Owner can get them by paying for adv. and care.—Mrs. Charles Redemske. .17(2)9 FOR SALE—PUREBRED SPOT- visited M- GUCkeen ' More Class Pictures. High school seniors from the and Grant consolidated Mrs. Mary Welch h Kloock Honored by the Creamery Men Otto J. Kloock, of the Garner ~«"n.i;uci were ounoay ain- creamery, formerly of the Whitte- ner guests of th e Otto Englebarts. YTifirA 01*00 Tnr\T«ir -n»« « .. n n __. j.1 .*._ TWl* o TI rt \/I v*r- TT i-»__ t » f .. .— speaker will be the Rev. Mr. Schnucker, of Titonka There will be special music, and the 4-H clubs will be given a place on the program. KOSSUTH. November 14—Lawrence Oochei I Bancroft, accident; D. M. Wrlglit, Dubuque, accident; Georgia Ela- beclcer, Lone Rock, pneumonia. November 16 — Mrs; - Norman- Frlede, Algona. Grand-Daughter of Algona Farmers is Paralysis Victim Mrs. Hattie I. Witham has received word that the seven-month daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Witham, farmers four miles east of Garner, is critically sick at the University hospital at Iowa City. The case ie thought to bo infantile paralysis. , ' The baby's left arm and bot's legs are partly paralyzed, and it has been necessary to give her ( blood transfusions. She has been at the hospital three weeks. Ralph Witham, father, is a nephew of Mrs. Witham here, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham, farmers west of Algona. The baby's mother, who went to Iowa City yesterday (Wednesday), had not been allowed to see her daughter previously, the baby having been in an isolation ward till this week Tuesday. Breaks Collar Bone. < Burt, Nov. 16—John Rash broke his collar bone Saturday while practicing footbaill with some of his schoolmates, Two or three weeks ago 'his brother Layton also broke his collar bone. OFFICIAL CANVASS 1 ,% ^ iThere .was no .majbr change in the official canvass of the election as inflde Monday by the board board of supe'rvteors. The largest change was in • Qilchrist'a vote where In Ramsey township he had been credited with 144 Votes. The correct figure was 44, or 100 leas; making hfs total that much smaller. Some 49 more votes were uricovered a for O'Brlan, democratic cattdi'date for secretary state. In the county the FVirmer-La^. ticket received a total ,of 77 votes. Voters scarcely noticed the progressive ticket, casting only twelve votes for candidates on that ticket, and only eight for the prohibition. ticket. ;• Weasels, Independent candidate for the month and a half vacancy as secretary of state, .received only four votes in the county, where Irvlngu,,, M Sherman un,i nV ] H rejo ' ico °vor nrn,,! 6f(llll « f n a s»vnri ll 2 8ct "< ' 8 nrnv J"s 11 ' m nraet c the wirc is hoin ca " y «H :.™ p «| '"at electrlc H.v . » — ^ —«"wn.j LU iiLLtjnU the funeral of a relative Monday. The Adolph Poppes, the Henry Boettchers, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Boettcher were Sunday din- Lutefisk Dinner Planned. had pictures taken"at~the fwea City, Nov. 16—The Imman- Studio last wonir Ti, Q cH n ,r uel Lutheran church here will serve its annual Lutefisk supper this week Friday, 5:30. To patrons who do not care for fish Swedish meat balls will be served. Brown Studio last week Tuesday, _ . . can j e *- Arnistronger's Leg Kroken. Armstrong, Nov. 15— Merle Allen, of Arkansas, who has been employed near Armstrong, suffer-' Prices,are 60c for adults; 25c children. BIG MANAGER'S SALE NOW IN FULL SWING The Biggest Values We Have Ever Offered ATTEND NOW tfHHHHmg Department Stores __ __ w ^ kyti. o/vjjiL, — x-u^^ll,£^H.JlilJ aiTj'r- ' creamery, was recently eiec- - r s. arry Prior Nev- ray wen a ted Poland China boars. — Mike | ted President of the Iowa Associa- ! adn ' aud Gei-ald Eller, Ames' werei tractor ne Wius drl viug tipped ov- .^r,^ !,„!? ..,,, ---- . .-</ north Qf tion of Local Creameries at a Ma- at William Poppe's last week-end I er in the dltcn - = — •« «"• "»c JJULU uiiigieoarrs. rong, su - an(1 Mr s. Harry Prior Nev-i ed a bl '°' cei1 'eg Friday when - ' tractor n Arend, half mile east, Bart. 1&P8-9 s011 Cf ty convention. Mr. Kloock FOB SALE — POLAND boars, vaccinated.—Louis Greinert, one mile southwest of Whittemore. 8-9-10 has for many years been'active in CHINA associated creamery affairs. He -PUREBRED HAMP- and spring boars. A FOR SALE- ahire fall , 0 lai-ge group to choose from.—Joseph A. Skow, Wesley. 17(eow)3-15 WjOORS SANDED. REFINISHED with permanent floor finish. A oew improved method guarantee- Ing satisfaction.—Cowan Building 4 Supply Co. 38tf FOR SALE—14 DUROC BOARS, April farrow, weight around 200 to 250 each. Price, $20, $25, and $30 each.—J. P. Moosel, Bancroft, la. 22p9-12 FOE SALE—PUREBRED CHES- tor White boars, cholera immune. Two Oxford rams.—S. A. Gardner, 2 miles north intersection 18 and 169, % mile west. 20p8-9 ONE MINUTE WASHER — COM»are with any other waalier on the market, for Quality, price, efficiency. New beauty in 1938 models.—L. W. Swanson. (()) HOG FEEDING SHORT CUT— Sargent Minral Meat Meal fe with corn, fattens at much les cost. Get full information. — An gerson Grain & Coal Co. (9 has been one of the moving spirits in the State Brand creamery organization, which has headquarters and a big plant at Mason City. Recently he was presented with a medal in honor of 25 years in creamery activity. Algona Boy Member of Honorary "Frat" Austin, Tex. Nov. 16— Twenty students of tho University of Texas were recently elected to the university chapter of Phi Eta Sigma, - -*.-*-*- *J 'W.WI, *» \iCIV-CIlU. Mr. and Mrs. Prior are uncle and aunt of Mrs. Poppe, and Mr. Eller is her brother-in-law. Sunday dinner guests at the L. A. Nitz home were Bob Peterson, Bert • Brown, William and Fred Hattel, Des Koines, Harold Dols Titonka field, Kansas City, the Jensens, Mrs. Paul Nitz, latter's daughter Joyce" Mrs. Ben U. Meyer, Mrs. Grady Smith, Mrs. Henry Plaisier, Mrs. lu DolS- r ------ «-•»». *«^iii jr * *ciiait;i f mre. Howard' lck Baade - and M lss Louise Plais- and the iel ' were A1 sona shoppers Monday. Irene Baade, Feme Ailts, , and A general Farm Bureau meeting , , , Jennese Sathoff recently entertain Bureau women. . — — „., W..M,|* i.v, 4 u t j. i_ii j^ucv oigiiiu, ••*-•*** wau «u in v u. TllG honorary freshman fraternity, and of the public is invited among them waa Walter, sou of, attending are to take cake Mr. and Mrs. C._H. Beardsley. The j sandwiches. having half B's in either their first semester of first year at the university. The elder Beardsleys are Algon- ians. at 8 o'clock. part win be L 011 ^ Senne. Louise KBllan, Leona Geisklng! MSargaret Franzen, Vlona Post. Elmer Ostermann, Lewis Franzeu, Buss, Earl Stanley, Ben CHILDREN'S SHOES — We rec ommeud Poll-Parrot Arch-Mak era. They protect growing feet wit foot-guide heels and moulded In soles. Bring the children in.— Kreseneky's. HOME LOANS — MONTHLY RE duetion or straight term. Till 2 FHA loans low interest rates, n commission. Loans for ail pur Sosea—Algona Federal Savines Loan Ass'n. 2Gu8t QL0B PAPRR TO READ, speech to give, anything to bind for keep ing, briefs or notes to proserv" Get a handsome colored brief an( report filing cover, letterhaai atae, at the Advance office for lOc FOR SALE—L. C. SMITH secon hand standard full-sized machin at a bargain price. Also an Under •wood standard full-sized machine See our display window.—Advanc P»bllahinK Co. LOST OR STOLEN ON NORTH Thorington street Saturday n!s;h —package containing boys' five buckle overshoes, leather shoes work gloves, aud shirt, size 14.— Finder please inquire at Advance Rerward. 28gS MHN WANTED FOR RAWLEIG'H routes of 800 families in east Bttnmet aud northwest Kossuth counties. Reliable hustler should make Rood earnings at start and increase rapidly. Wrifo today.— . .. „ Dept. IAK-10-S, Free- Hi. 35p9 Corwith Auto Runs Into a Locomotive Corwith, Nov. 15 — William Escher, employed at the Federal North Iowa elevator here, was driving north on the local main street Saturday evening, and as he approached the M. & St. L. tracks he noticed a freight train on the main track, but did not see that the engine was doing some switching on a .sidetrack. He started across the sidetrack, but the engine hit a front fender of his car. and broke a headlight. Both engine and the nar were traveling slowly. Only One Now Left in Pioneer Family The death last week Monday of Mrs. Maye Johnston, Minneapolis, is reported. She was a daughter in the nioneer James Hendersen family here. Only member of the family surviving is Mrs. Matt Means, Minneapolis, who lives with her daughter, Mrs. Mabel Bezoire. Mrs. Johnston was a sister of the 'ate Mrs. M. B. Chanin, Algona, who was a mother of Mre. Frank dark, Titonka. he was driving a stake ground for his elevator into the ( being assisted by Louise land Carl Mayland. Plaisier OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS Exclusive Coryell -70- dealer franchises now available in Atlantic and Cherokee. Iowa. Includes lease on excellently-located, ready-built, fully-equipped stations at reasonable rental. Coryell -70- products at reduced prices are meeting a growing demand and offer real profit opportunities. Moderate investment necessary with which to handle merchandise.— Communicate with L. L. Coryell & Son, Lincoln, Nebr. Tank Heaters Hudson Coal Burning Siebring Oil Burning Cow Boy Heaters ALWAYS BE . . . that the fire won't go out ... that the stock will Have plenty of warm water . . . that they will have all they want of it, when they want it. Water that iave stock drink must be raised to blood heat either before or after entering the animal's stomach It is not available in the digestive process until it is warm BROODER ATTACHMENT— Mount your Siebring Heater on four building blocks, connect brooder thermostat to heater by use of i/i-m. opening at the side of the heater. w* A? I1EBRING Tank Heater is a wise investment. With 25 head of cattle, ice cold water may mean a loss to you that will equal the price of the heater every two months. Don't take chalices. HOG AND CHICKEN WATERERS Pride of the farm chicken waterers. 5-8-12 gallon si?e See us for prices on these heaters^ and waterers. Kohlhaas & SpiUes ALGONA, IOWA SO GOOD IT'S Wwild "G-3 ALL-WEATHER Your car needs really safe tires to cope with wet and slippery winter roads. The safety of the "G-3" Ail-Weather has been tested and proved by motorists the world over for a period of 23 years. And, the 1938 edition has improved center-traction for even quicker stops! Gives you longer mileage, too — at no higher cost! "Lifetime Guarantee." CONVENIENT TERMS Pay Cash-Open a Charge Account BUDGET PLAN PROTECT YOUR RADIATOR AGAINST FREEZING Super Service West Ueiul, \ ov . Daubcndick , „,, h ' '' oth«, wo,,, ,•„"?:„;*< Qftn \t ., i-. *'«' I 01| hospSi S™*°*. accident n ;u -ly' l, 0 ',' 0 "'" font of hi* 45^1 learned i,«r c T, ! as accld «"l I" a iV" Thank you kindly for the 8p , endld you gave me. KATHARINE McEVOY OLEHK OF DISTRICT COURT TOPR FRfEND ' AT ,,,,n^7 FIMDAY TO WEP1TKSDAY, jroVEJTBKK 18 TO g . *_^^ _ • " ~ *" *" ^^" ThanksgivinCTCanned Goods In ndditloirto the foliowlnu Holiday Specials tlicroi,,, display at Council Oak many special values „«„!,!! Canned Fruits, Vegetoblcs, nhd Sea Foods. Carofullv'S our whole store during this sale so YOU will" n.lss onn •( tho exceptional bargains. • RoAfit Privlr Fron ! Selected Loins Jj tVCFdSl rOfK I'onnd, 22c, l»c nnd 1| A tempting suggestion for the Sunday IHitncr Is 11 < Pork loin Koast with baked sweet potatoes apples. Sirloin,.;md Short Cnts „,;• .i i wl l ! bc , cut to nnv (( ' sl>t '' try, broil, or for a Spanish style swiss st«ik. Pound, l«c and Inform the meat cutter as to the number at the Menl h« wlU help select the roast that meets vour exact w ciuirements. JVOBTHEIW PIKE, Pound Ifcl FRESH BEEF TO BOIL, Pound" ml BIG AND RING BOLOGNA, pound ' STANDING RIB ROAST, pound ___/_"_ 15SSg B CUT PORK CHOPS, Pound ... . FRESH OYSTERS, per Pint 1 Iced Macaroons, 2 pounds _ _ _ A special Holiday number. For a change von nill pnbr «» any home made cooky. M «^emeiBit, Superb Brand, pkg. . ..7e| T meat, fruit and spices yon can add apples aid double the quantity. loaf " The Thlrts y Flour" €111 _ . «-<v»ai Ji.Barrei jjnjf _ 9A*li In th "wliu IO w lVlB ? J? er blw ' -Ki>ter • your favorite recipe I in the White loaf Contest I strl streteh FIRST PRIZE FLOUR, y v Nut Meats lias 1! Pecans and Ens. 1 Walnuts, 4-ox. tn\K Fresh cracked nut meats for salads, nut bread and various baking recipes. Ix&Slrtft >Sun Maid Be well supplied with the world's finest'raisins for tte Holiday bakintr- • Council Oak Bread ttt JU'U E fT y u a , y ?* Vow ^ a °»k you will find a wide assortmwt or fresh baked, wholesome bread at popular prices. "OCEAN SVB4Y"' Cranberry Sauce 2 £„?_ Perfection in cranberry sane*. Open the can »nd it's Chocolate Drop* Pound Bug Vanilla flavored, Contains only the purest and most wholesome Inimuiiantu AngelJ-ood, pkg. ............... For perfect baking results you should try the recipes W the package. , , , Superb Preserve^ 16 oz , |ttr Made only from sugar, »nd the following fruits: peach, raspberry and Pineapple Juice i 8 . 01 , Un -•*««"•-»«---• ~- nn»dulterated juice of i 3weet PickJei, quart j»r Dill Picklet, quart w I5c| Taste differs as to pickles. To please all »t the fj gf W}to «ffv ? t^O, t£ G'e^neys Sweet and U crisp, brittle Dills with small seeds. "Alw«y« Fresh" Coffee roasted fresh daily in CQumdTO»k Boasters. BAG COFPEJ!, lb, 19^ 3 Ibs ' COFFEE, lb. 23* 8 Ibs ----- . White Lily S^>np, 7 ban for since J887, 3U»y art. /auUllar with this old U*> ' &.

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