Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1938 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1938
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PAGE EIGHT FIRE IN ROOF AT KLOOSTER'S AT IRVINGTON Irvington, Dec. 6—Fire threatened the Tony Klooster farm resi- KfrSSttttt COUNTY ADVANCE. ALOONA. IOWA dence a week ago when sparks from Friday night, the chimney etarted a blaze on the roof. Tho Four-H Project Planned- Ella Loughran, state 4-H assistant leader at Ames, held an all- day meeting yesterday (Wednesday) in the office of the home dem- OLtll IGIL il UltW.« Ull L11C 1UUL. J.ll« «"^/ «.» 1,11V. VJ1'L1V,C Ui. tile 11U1UC UCUI- family discovered the fire almost'on stration agent, Mrs. Ruth Sea ton Immediately, and Mr. Kloostev j Hicks. The purpose was to writs hampered by an in a cast following |n 4-H project for next year on an auto accident several weeks'Home Efficiency. The project will ago, climbed to the roof and extin- ; teach the- girls to do home duties guished it before it had done much: in less time, enabling them Lo damage. It is reported, however,! h fl ve more leisure for worthwhile that he suffered tin injury to one | hobbies. Fire prevention and knee in the climb. home beautlfication are two new The Kloosters moved from the activities included in the project, farm to Algona last week Thurs- The first training school on the day, the change having been made project is to be held next Wed necessary by Mr. Klooster's phy-]nesday at the Bancroft, publi sical condition, which, physicians; schoolhouse, ivitb Mrs. Selma Ek told him, would prevent him from' QUist, home efficiency speciaHs doing heavy work for six mouths.' from Ames, in charge. It is reported that a Mr. McCoy,!. Women who attended the meat present owner of the farm, which j in S here yesterday morning were is better known as the Worster | Mrs - Kay Miller, Buffalo; Emnin place, will take possession soon. |Gutknecht, Ledyard; Mrs. Chas A large group of neighbors gave |Osborn, Seneca; Mrs. G. G. Pef favnwnll r»ni>t\r fnr- tlia TTl^naf«».rt fel'mail. CrrPpnWnnH • Ml'c A R pared as part of the lesson. The 'Hamemakers' In attendance voted to continue with the lessons, and the next meeting will be held January 12 at Mr. Jacob Maasdam's. It is hoped more groups will be organized in Irvington township, the goal being one iu each school district. IJusj- Tula Honor II. D. A.— Mrs. Ruth Heaton-Hicks, county home demonstration agent, was honoree at a Christmas party Saturday at Dorothy Mescher's, Dor- W»««r lor Aito MechMlc— Fred/Engel was taken by surprise last week Thursday evening, "' at the Dau garage, leader. Jfew Member for Wa*ta_ ,„_.. , ........ The Wa'Tan-Ye club taet Tuefl-! "hen me men m me u«u e« _ . day evening at the Algona hotel where he worka, arrived at his for dinner and a business meet- home tor dinner. Attending were Ing. Fourteen members attended.' Win. C. l>au, William Specht, Paris Rose Lampe, clerk at the Chris- Miner, Ben Ingebrltson, and Mau- chilles clothing storo, was admit- rlce Etherlngton. ted as a new member. She form- *, «,»«*. 4 . „ * ™,_...j-« erly belonged to the Pocahontas P 'J'i' £ C A "*in m Jf ^7^, 0 < club. The next meeting will ho an . The P._T. A. will meet next Tues- nlng at Imelda Dooley's, Rachel Becker assisting. Guild Officers Are tinned- — _.„- v . .j. Mrs. D. E. Dewel — chairman of the program committee. Mrs. H. M. Potter will talk on "Making Friends With Bool«," and the high school glee club will a farewell party for the Klooster last week Wednesday evening. News of Sirs. (;ims. Jones— , A letter from Mrs. Charles ferman, Greenwood; Mrs. A. Schenck, Union; and Mrs. H Mnsterson, Prairie. Attending in the afternon were Mrs. Charles -.. .^™. ..„„. .,..o. v^^.. cu , Gutknecht, Ledyard; Mrs. C. 0 Jones, Union Grove, Wis., says i Inman, Greenwood; Mrs. Harold that since tile death of Mr. Jones Miller. Mrs. Jno. Bleich, Buffalo; some weeks ago she has been with Ml ' s - Cal "l Elbert, Mrs. Fred Kolher only son, Gould, at Kenosha, l lascn - Whittemore; Margaret Red- Wis. The late Mr. Jones had been| in S. L °tts Creek; Mrs. D. C. Gardin poor health many years with both anemia and diabetes. He began to fail rapidly in weight last spring, but did not suffer much ner and Mrs. Glen Teeter, Union; and Mrs. Ralph Brown, Cresco. South fresco Girl IJrlde— £31-11 lllfe, Ulll, U1U 11UI. SUlLtJl 11LUU11 T-, . , pain till some weeks ago. He was , riei }, ds of the Parties will be taken to a. hospital one night and taken by sur P ] ' ls e to learn of the died the next day, following an em- " larrl fse last night of Mildred died the next day, following an em ergency operation which was not Brandow and Harvey Larson. The ceremony was performed at the completed because the surgeon ™'' e , m °! ly W£US Performed at the found a cancerous condition, with j Met "° dl st parsonage at Titonka by peritonitis already begun. Mrs.! . ' In Pil tterson, pastor, and peritonitis already begun. Mrs I . u.n.ci»uii, i«usiur, auu Jones has sold her home at Union I n " KS T ere excha »sed. After the Grove, and will go to Eldora be- e , vont the newlvAveds left for a fnr-o Ph.-fof.r.o,, f n ,. n,^ „„„» „* ^u.lshort wedding tour. fore Christmas for the rest of the winter with her youngest daugli- :hort wedding tour. The bride was graduated in 1934 Tr ill LCI *> it, 11 11CI V UUIlfetJol, UilU^IJ-,; , ^ " — —«•*•-" in. J.ts\J~L ter, Mrs. James G. Heslop. Shs ;r om , i] \ e A1 sona high school, and I;. , Drlde sroom is also an Algona school graduate, having fin- will then go to Yankton, S. D., to spend some time with her other daughter. Mrs. Clarence Synion- son. Mrs. Jones was a daughter of the late John G. Smith, prominent Algonians, and Moore i-shed school in 1926. The new Mrs. daughter of Mr. Larson is the and Mrs. Walter — • »«."« .ii.n u, TT (11 (,C1 mment Algonians, and Moore P'' alldcnv ' of Cresco township, and Smith, now of Des Moines, is herlp r ""sband is the son of Mrs. brother. Her mother was Lucinda, I , r f Larson, southeast of Burt. daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs . Lars °"s are farming a half- ••- section, and Harvey and his wife . . Allan Smith, Algona, and sister of the late D. T. Smith. Hogs Browned in River will live with his mother. Junior Larson, Britt, the bridegroom's nephew, and Marie Bran- vice president; Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whittetnore, secretary; Mrs. Glenn Raney, re-elected treasurer. thp Ranm-opt w,,= r> i A . or i Fourteen women attended, and the nnnn «r«^. ™ f * j ter ~ I assisting hostess was Mrs. Edward noon program planned and con-' Lichf v ducted by the president, Miss Mescher, was opened with a song of welcome to words had Mrs. been Hicks. Special composed and were sung to the tune of the Friendship Song. Betty Shillington gave a piano solo, and readings were given by, Betty Foth, Viola Johnson, and Elizabeth Ann In- Mian. The program closed with the group singing, Oh Little Town of Bethlehem, to clarinet and cornet accompaniment by Elizabeth and Mary Frances Inman. Surprise for Farm Woman— Mrs. J. M. Cox, south of Algona was taken by surprise Monday when 18 neighbors and othei 'riends arrived to hedp her cele- )vate a birthday anniversary. Tho afternoon was spent at Bingo. Mrs. Cox received many gifts. Guests were Mesdames Earl Mii- er, Burt, daughter of Mrs. Cox, Stella Sabin, Rosa Jones, George Stewart, Chris Long, W. J. Ban-, Mrs. Henry TJaden was elected a , president of the St. Thomas Giuld sms ' at a meeting lost week Thursday at Schoolgirl Glres Party— the home of Mrs. Glenn F Shore. V erena, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. She sucseeds Mrs Austin GardnerJ N . j. Krieps entertained Saturday Kuhn was ejected evenlng at a party nt the Krleps farm home. The guests were nil school'pupils In grades 10 to 12. Verena is a senior. The evening was spent at cards and dancing, and late lunch was served. Algonn Poet is Speaker— Mrs. H. D. Hutchins entertained one of the Congregational Circles last week Thursday, Mrs. C. R. LaBarre assisting. Algona's ^poetess Lichty. Birthday Dinner Is Served— Mrs. Samuel Baylor was honoree at a birthday dinner Sunday et her home. Guests were Mr. and Jomer Lindhorst, Victor Roch- eau, Ben Terhune, Loren, A. J., nd Ralph Brown, Donald Stiles, ohn Dressman, George Hackman, T . H. Graham, and Robert Graham, nd Edith Reed. «t»i3 -*'i \f IT ji«ju in -tvi i d. — .— * «wi*i a Helmut; >\ , tiiiu iviarlG xJraH* George Noone recently lost eight | dcre '' sister of the bride, were best hogs in the river. It is believed that ! man and maid of honor respec- they had traveled across the riv- j tively at the wedding. The bride er in the morning, when the ice and ller maid wore wine-colored was firm, but on returning the ice! 1 collapsed. A larger number gotU v , , ,. r :—-—home safely. Mr.. Noone foundj' sleyiln " C(ls Local Grocer— several of the dead animals in the w „ ' dau shler _of Mr. and Mrs. river later. Jesse linkers Heard From— The Jesse Bakers, formerly Al- , . . Wallace Benton, Wesley, and Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A white, Algona, were married in a c l u 'et home wedding Sunday after-».« v ^^i-^ i_,ti 11.^1 a, iuiiiiciij .tt.1- ' *• ""-nc » cuuuig OUnutly 3,1 IGT- gona or the vicinity, recently niov-! noon, November 27, at the Carl ed from Granger, Wash., where ! Pearson apartment here. The Rev ^ n " ''"'' l: -" ' r - years, to: p - C. Volske, pastor of the locai , they have ; B 'iPtist church, performed a single- owned a dairy ranch for some | rm s ceremony at 2 o'clock. Mr. and """"" the Mrs - Pearson were the official witnesses and only attendants. The bride is a graduate of the Wesley high school, and she later __ - — - -- i-«v.^..,, n,, n.c attended the I. S T r 1 Pn/ioi. Kossuth hospital with mUkles. It Falls, she has for some time been is reported that he was kicked o n stenographer and bookkeeper here the leg last summer. He is the for the Algona creamery TafhoT nf TVfVe Tirnll^«« n.r« A _n rni, u «i v*v.«iiicij. ihe bridegroom attended Drake University, Des Moines, where he was affiliated with the Phi Gamma they had lived a few Selah, Wash., where a dai years. They now occupy ranch and are operating it. Lewis Button ait Hospital— Lewis Button is a patient at the father of Mrs. Wallace McArthur here. Shower for Recent .Bride— Mrs. Ornie Behrends entertained a large number of guests Friday at a shower honoring her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Gary the former Nila Burtis. Behrends, Son for the. Skllllnf-s Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Skilling, Algona, are parents of a son, Darrel Dean, born this week Monday, weight six pounds 12 ozs. Other Irvlntyton. The. Rev. Mr. English preached Sunday on the Arabs and the Jews, using as his text, For he is not a Jew which is one outwardly, but he is a Jew which is one inwardly Romans 2:28-29, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Moore have moved their trailer house to Ir- Tington and have located it just south of the barber shop. They plan to spend the winter here. The Aid will meet next Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Charles Egel, and a shower will be given in honor of Mrs. Edward Blanchard. Mrs. Ben Terhune entertained, the Aid last week Thursday at i her home. i Mildred Dole, is now employed' at the Jos. Bloom store at Algona. THE JOIIX KOKSTLEtt farmhouse, three miles north and four miles east of Burt, was burned to the ground early Saturday morning. A daughter awoke, smelled smoke, and woke Mr. and Mrs. Koestler, a son in the family, and a hired man. Not many of the, family belongings were saved. The' loss wa.s estimated at $5,000, part-' ly covered by insurance. A large barn, with 25 milk cows was saved. „„„„ ,, tt ,n UA*C X 111 Vjqill IJij-j, Lambda fraternity. A few years ago he opened the Cut-Rate grocery here later erecting a business building on east State strett for it. This grocery he still conducts. Xew Trvington Study Group- Ten women in the No. 8 school district met at Mrs. John F. Weber's, two miles east of Irvington, Tuesday afternoon and organized a new homemakers' study group to take up home project lessons given by Mrs. Ruth Seaton-Hicks. county H. D. A. The first lesson was given by the local leader, Mrs. John F. Weber, and a discussion concerning cost of foods and meat planning was held, after which lunch was served consisting of the foods pre- :n stern Star Elects Officers- Mrs. Mae Harrington was elected worthy matron, and L. F. Rice, "as named worthy patron, at a leeting of the lodge Tuesday eve- ing at the Masonic Temple, 85 len and women attending. Other fficers elected are Mrs. Charles "aylor, associate matron; Dr. S. W. Meyer, associate patron; Lola Schuffam, conductress; Mrs. John G. McDowell, associate conductress; Mrs. H. D. Hutchins, secretary; and Mrs. Pearl Potter, is treasurer. Mrs. L. F. Rice was elected to. serve three years on the Temple board. Sorority to Sponsor Movie— The movie Blondie, the plot for which was developed from Chic Young's comedy strip in the Des Moines Register, will be shown at the Call theater Monday, December 26, under sponsorship of the local Beta Sigma Phi sorority chapter. Penny Singleton, who plays the part of Blondie, is a member of the sorority's Los Angeles chapter. "Baby Dumpling" and the dog Daisy are also in the cast. Tickets can be purchased •from any member of the local organization. Twenty Tears Wed; Party— Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller, farmers south of Burt, reached their 20th wedding anniversary last week Tuesday, and in the evening five couples surprised them with a party. The guests were Messrs, and Mesdames R. C. Dremmel, Dean Andrew, Arthur Leitz, Elmer Hansen, and Claire Winkle. The evening was spent at Chinker-Chek. The Miller daughter Mabeline and Ruth Schroeder planned the party. Dinner for Queen Esthers— The Methodist Queen Esthers will meet for 6:30 dinner Monday evening at the church, and hostesses will be Dorothy Dailey, Jeanette . Sterling, and Eugenia Little Dorothy Saul will have charge of a worship service; Betty Geering of a candlelight service; and Phyllis Sawyer, of the lesson. Margaret Miller is president of the organization; Mrs. V. K. Rising, is _„ ^^ ,, ^, ^ *.*.» , tviiu.j^^ruii^, «.OiJ*»3 L*ll£)* XXlgUllU O 'IJUoLtJO-Jt Mrs. Joseph Daughan, Corwith, Margaret Durant, gave a review their children, Mr. and Mrs. Leo of Iowa Poets. Mrs. Hutchins Is Mergen, a son, and Raymond president, Mrs. LaBnrre vice pres- Besch, all of Algona. Mrs. Mer- ident, of the organization. gen and Mrs. Daughan are daugh- I ters of Mr. and Mrs. Baylor, and' Mcn 's Clul) Meets Tonlirht— , another daughter, Gertrude, is the Tne Presbyterian Men's club cashier at Neville's. . ' *"- ' " Sorority Girls Hear Talks— 'Seventeen members of the Beta —" "* "•« ^""eiceanuuiti uiiuiun, Sigma Phi sorority met Tuesday i %vil speak. Lyle Mathes is pros- evening at the Lorraine and the lden t of the club. Deanne Arndorfer apartment, and r ., 0 , .— . following a business meeting talks I Co ® kie Snlc ls Planned— wer given by Mrs. D. P Smith ' Methodist Quenn Esthers Mrs. Doald Gardner, Eleanor Fra- wl11 hold a cookie sale Saturday ser, and Lorraine Arndorfer Plans afterno °n at the Howard hardware were laid for a Christmas party store- They wil1 make meets this evening at the cnurch ifor a 6:45 dinner and meeting. The Rev. D. R. Martin, new pastor of the Congregational church, ter Dellenger, and Cook, Mrs. Chrto Waliukait entertain ed the Brldgette club last week Wednesday at a 1 o'clock dessert luncheon, followed 'by bridge. Two tables were In play, Mrs. Marlon Burbank winning high, Mrs. Henry Furat, second high, and Mrs. f. J. Laing, travel. The W. R. C. club will meet tomorrow (Friday) nfternooh at Mrs. L. G Willson's, and assisting hostesses will be Mesdames Susie Engler, Charle Roupe, and William Dehnert.. Bach member Is to take a gift, for exchange. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Rlnggenberg entertained their bridge club last week Thursday evening. There were two tables, Mrs. Roy Brown winning high for women, Glenn Roland for men. Mrs. Arthur Helberg was low. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McCorkle entertained their bridge club Sunday evening. There are 12 members, and it is called the S. S. and F. F. club. E. V. Pierce won high for men, and Mrs. Pierce was high for women. Mrs. A. L. Peterson and Mrs. J. 0. Paxson entertained a group of women at one o'clock luncheon Tuesday afternoon In the Algona hotel's Blue Room. Bridge was the diversion of the nfternoon. The Good Hope Aid will hold a bazaar at the local Legion Hall Saturday. Baked goods, poultry products, etc., will be sold. The women will also serve dinner, starting at 11 a. m. Mrs. L. M. Merritt entertained her bridge club Tuesday at two tables of contract, and Mrs. Les- jlle'T. Saul, guest of the club, won (high. The club does not give prizes, but keeps scores. Elizabeth Holtzauer will en- next week Thursday night. Dorcas Society Officers Named— The First Lutheran Dorcas so- the cookies at the store and' bake and sell them with coffee at lOc a serving. Store Employe Is Honored- Charles Schneider was taken by ilety met for a one o'clock lunch vnames scnneider was taken bj eon and election of officers l2t' BU r prise > st week Thursday «r week Thursdnv n't M,i A,,, f ' ening ' wnen friends terUitt her bridge club thU MIM xiOitfeDfttldt^ now nftB her JIIIL- llnery defrartment of the now Chrlstenaen Stdre. Membera of the Kossiith camp No. 413 of the V. F. W, are notified that starting this month meet- and fourth Mondays of, every monthi ;.;•'. ,,. ' y Mr, and Mrs, .W, ; A. Foster entertained their dinner-bridge club Monday evening, and following and ...... and Mr S . (;a .—•wny, ,j is at two Inhu. el ' w Wa. ^'•0 To the Algona and Vicinity. Who, by their continued natrom.™ i possible for us to remodel our shoi> M,-. mat >e ' ' at We »ay bel j^wr^M.^..^* »w* v»u IAS-A ciiiuuci OUr ! ter, display our merchandise— We now.extend an invitation tn n FRIDAY, DECEMBER !), HOURS VA M *„ By your demand for high-class and oxciiifj , -i and your readiness to accept the noL!* , lusive ^ta I been able to ~ us OLD FRIENDS—NEW PR] ENDS :«. ALL ARE WELCOME 9 The Elite Shop ATW infrtmu-i^T. * ANN FECHNER * — the Mrs. Kenneth Seeley was arrived to celebrate a birthday an VIrs. Edwin Wolcott, secretary; Mrs. Ross Calhoun, financial secretary; Mrs. G. D. Brundage, as treasurer. Farewell for Mrs. Erlckson— Mrs. Charles Gilbrlde entertain- OTHER SOCIETY. Mr. and Mrs. George St. John entertained the Early Risers Sunday morning at 8 o'clock breakfast All 14 members attended, and the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Rober . e neran- guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert ed at a one o'clock luncheon Tues-loill, with their daughter Janice day in honor of Mrs. Oscar Erick- After breakfast the group attend- son, who is leaving town. The af- ed services at the Presbyterian ernoon was spent playing at con- church. T,™ 0 ™ 1 "^ 6 ' and prlzes were won Tne Baptist Loyal class meets )y Mesdames John Kohlhaas, Jos., today (Thursday) at the church Kelly, and W. T. Daughan. Mrs. with Mrs. L. W. Keith and Mrs Erickson was presented with a gift. Roy Wooldridge in charge of ft ivn...nn> ni v v i m ' Chrlstm as program. Hostesses ure ^ ™ C Ub , Meets Tom owow- Mesdames J. B. Wheelock,' Minnie The Woman s club will meet Jones, Walter Spurbeck, and H. N Friday afternoon at 2:30 at the Kruse, and Miss Ingersoll. library. Mrs. Dennis Goeders will Mrs. Raymond Cook will enter direct a play, Our Town, written tain her bridge club at a Christ by Thornton Wilder, a Pulitzer mas party Friday evening. There prize winner. Mrs. Bertha Michel are eight members: Mesdamcs will be in charge of music. Per- Charles Reaper, Charles Green sons Attending are to take 25c Charles Harvey, Merle Webster, A gifts for exchange. , , |M. Anderson, Cecil Wlttern, Ches- The W. C. T. U. met yesterday afternoon (Wednesday) at Mrs Neal Smith's, and Mrs. R. / Keen gave a talk on, Peace, the program of the National W. C. T. The Ixif-a-Lot club met Tuesday with Mrs. Bert Cronan, and winners of prices were Mrs. James Watts, first, and Mrs. M. J. Duffy travel. Mrs. L. J. Nelson was low. The Legion Auxiliary Radio- Sewing club will meet next Wednesday with Mrs. L. W. Fox. The women spend afternoons sewing and listening to talks on the radio. Mrs. J. W. Little will entertain the afternoon circle of the Congregational Aid next week Thursday There will be a Christmas program, also a lOc gift exchange. Mrs. E. A. Schemel entertained her bridge club last week Wednesday. Two tables were In play, Mrs. A. E. rKesensky winning high. The Carnation club of the IJe- gree of Honor met Tuesday evening with Mra^ Andrew Johnson. From Choicest Party Clothes to Kiddies' Play Suits They are all handled with the utmost care to assure you spotlessly clean garments. Sometimes a single garment requires several hours of work before spots and stains are properly removed, but we maintain our standards. As one of Algona's newer business firms we appreciate your patronage and invite new customers., The EK Cleaners &JPerry We Deliver Phone 330 Chrisc L The Gift Store Supreme Your Christmas Shopping Guide The name of Chrischilles on a Christmaa package is the equivalent to the word "sterling" on silver—it signifies quality, worth, intrinsic value. An article purchased at this store has an extra meaning—it has been bought for you with the critical eye of an experienced buyer—an expert. All of this means more at Christmas time than at any other. When you give a Christmas gift, you want your friends and loved ones to judge you by that gift. It must be a quality gift — it must bear that hidden word "sterlingVr—mean- ing precious. ^ ' The Chrischilles Store is now Algona's exclusive, high grade department store -rr- complete with EVERYTHING from blankets to piece goods—from infants to women's apparel, from ' "soup to nuts," so to speak. Remember these facts when you buy your Christmas gifts this year. We wrap your present with tftat individual' "touch'' whjch further identifies it as a QUALITY if EM t TWa is your complete, "•"-*-'—-— *—- AW L'-i»*-^*-"-JM- a^iui^^j^^i^^^M, j.g-.fe-l'.g-i' 1 ' j iVJaj,' jgj (Cut Rate <JIIOCERT H . Phones 271-272 | SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY & SATURDAY | TAKE NOTICE!!! » WE LEAP • OTHERS FOLLOVi = BUTTER as Creamery == Boll 1 LI). 29c == ORANGES, as Naval, each 1C as Texas Seedless 55 GRAPEFRUIT, as Dozen 19c == Gano == APPLES, =s Bushel $1.35 = Solid Crisp S LETTUCE, as 2 heads 15c S OATMEAL, Reg. lOc Pkg. 2 ^ __________ ___ 1 5c 4 «* I UC S SAUERKRAUT, Stokely'g No. 2}£ can 2LBS. ^^_ — «»*»^K»» LARD 19c FOLLOW! Clean'd Currants 11 oz. pk. 2 for29c! Mustard, 16-oz. jar ...8c| H'd Water Soap, reg 5c bar 7 for 25c I Seedless Raisins 15-oz. pkg. 2 for 19c i Nola Soap Flakes, 21-oz. pkg.. 19c! Pop Hits, pkg. Stokely's Spaghetti, 15 oz. 2 for 15c Sof fee, Chas & Sanborn, Ib 24c! Cheese, Brick or Amer., 2 Ib. box 44c j Sliced Bacon, Morrell's, Ib. 29cj Spare Ribs, light, meaty, Ib 16ci Pork Hocks, Ib Calf Hearts, Ib. ___l4c Pork Loin Roast, Ib. 17 C j Oysters, qt. 49 C | Pork Cutlets, Ib. 22c! Short Shank, 4 to 6 Ib. aver. Picnic HAMS I9c! mf&y •' J^jkJt '**•, .^'^fe- ij. Distinctive Linen* CHRISCHILLES STORE Por ;vsr t* . century, <»£?*£ T headquarters for fine, . . .« • 1__llJI«. M »*iii ens. At this holiday season, w attention to a complete line of Maderia pieces, Chinese drawn ' !i items. Two Last Days of our Sensational Remodeling Sale CHRISCHILLES STORE . Friday and Saturday, Dec, 9 and 10 We »re planning extemive «tre»n,.li n i n g improvemenU i rc^Qy-tOvweftr deti&rtmAni- •^«. 1 « *•!•«*» MMviif *Qon ami nimi |>edu^e our ' *touk. Pig Mtortuwnfr, $ m to « meMfmM L weathe r. B »^

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