Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 2, 1939 · Page 13
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 2, 1939
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KOSSUTH COUNTY APVANCB. ALQOMA. IOWA •.!. Mrs. Harold SetHle, spent Friday At Fehtoft with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kiuss. Helen ttedrlck, Mason City, was a Thursday guest of her mother, Mrs. William Dehnert '. " 'KVft Peterson, closed'bank em- ploye-at Roxjkford, 111., spent Saturday and Sunday at home., Mrs. George Scnffhanij Irvlng- _—--, von,'had/a 1 major operation at the 3CC Kossuth hospital Saturday. "**"" Dr« and Mrs. C. D. Schaap • were week-end guests of the former's parents Mr.-and Mrs. C. C. Schaap, Sandburg, 12-year-old Sheldon. sort of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Sand:burg, was recently quarantined for diphtheria. Arthur Ilowers and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kropf 1, Des Moines, spent the week-end at the Mre. Henry Lavrenz home. > Arthur Mowers, Des Moines, was a weeik-end guest at the Mrs. Henry Lavrenz. home. He is a garage foreman. Antoinette JlonnsteUcr attended a public health nurses' convention at Des Moines lust week Monday and. Tuesday. Gnsta Patterson was at Mason City Thursday on a business mission. She is a clerk at the Ben Franklin store. Maurice Michel and Jane Ben guests of Mrs. L. J. Kutschara at Clear Lake Thursday. M. II. Ellis, Spencer, was a recent supper guest of his mother, Mrs. Addle Ellis, and his sister, Mre. Clinton Lighter. He is salesman for a chemical company, with headquarters at Omaha. Raymond Tanning, Delhi, and a son were Sunday guests of the former's, mother* Mre. Sylvia 'banning. Mrs. Lanning, who lias been in poor health, is now able to be up and around the house. Frank Gelgel was lay delegate from the local church at the Fort Walker were Wednesday • dinner guests of Mr. and Mre. Leiand Hurly, Mason City. Mrs. Hurly ifl a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cape- slus, and her husband is cashier in a bank there. Mrs. Winkel is the former Mildred Capesius, and Mrff. Walker is a sister of Mrs. Caipe- BERNARD M/LLER, SEXTON, AND DOROTHY FRASER ARE MARRIED I slus. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. McGiliigan accompanied Mr. and Mrs. John Foth to Bancroft last week Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Foth went on to Lone Rock to visit Mr. .Foth'.B brother Adolph, who has been sick with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Mc- Giliigan attended the senior class play at Bancroft, a granddaughter, LaVonne McGiliigan, being in the cast. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Fried took Mrs. Fried's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Gillette, to Sioux City Sun- from the local church at the Fort d ay> The Gillettes, who had spent Dodge Presbytery meeting here tne w i n t er with the Frieds, are foi Wednesday and Thursday. The a mon th with another daughter women here did not choose dele- Mrs. D. M. Ehrle, Sioux City, be- gnte to the Presbyterial meetings. | f ore go ing to their summer home Dorothy Hardin, Kathryn Cham- at Pelican Lake, Pelican Rapids Jers, and Miss M. Christ, Clear Minn. Mr. Fried is manager of the Lake teachers, were week-end local S. & L. department stor^p. guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Ol- Lenora, eldest daughter of Mr. son. Mrs. Olson taught in the an d Mrs. E. L. Hagg, had an ap- Clear Lake schools prior to mar- pendicitis operation early Satur- I'ifllTP. ! ,1n*. w» n ..v.lv.rv «» * \* n VnoatltVl tl/\*l- "isc. I day morning at the Kossuth hos- b. E. Ponglas. manager of the, pi ta l. She is a- pupil at the Bry- Cummings store, went to Des an t. Mr. Hagg is employed at the Moines Sunday to bring home his Norton machine shop. Lavonne, wife and son Teddy, who had vis- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .Ray Ited since Wednesday with Mr. and prew, Humboldt, was a week-end Mrs. E. L. Tyler, parents of Mrs. guest of the Haggs. The Prews Tim I trine AI_.._I..«.....V.A.-. H(f« "D»«£iiir Douglas. Corlnne Dntton spent the weekend with her aunt, Mrs. Mary Dole, Irvington. She is a junior at St. Cecelia's. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bornett, Des Moines, came Friday for mann, near Bode, called on the a week with the former's mother, Doles Friday evening. Mr. Bor- Mrs. A. E. Michel. 1 mann is a farmer. were Algonians when Mr. Prew was employed at State's Cafe. Mrs. Bert McCorkle was released from the Kossuth hospital Thursday afternoon, after a week UXre with intestinal flu, and is now convalescing at the McCorkle farm east of town. She is able to be •Sexton, May 1—iDorothy, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Fraser, was x married t6 Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. 2. Miller, Saturday, April 22, at the First Methodist parsonage, Mason City, he Rev. Clarence E. Slynn officiating. The couple were attended by Roy Blerman and Mre, Slynn. The. bride is a graduate of the Algona high school who had been .caching four years near Algona. The bridegroom, also an Algona graduate, took a course in the Hamilton business college, Mason City, and is 1 employed in the First National bank there. Mr. and Mrs. Miller will begin housekeeping at Mason City as soon as Mrs. Mil-, ler's school year is completed. i Other Sexton News. J •Mrs. Harry Merriam and Mrs. Albert Johnson, Corwith, attended a Farm Bureau woman's home; project committee meeting at the home of Mrs. Bert Sanders last •week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Johnson, of Skyville, Minn., attended the funeral of James Blaine. Mr. Johnson was a ' brother-in-law of Mr. Blaine. W. C. Taylor was bitten by a dog Wednesday at the Robinson farm, near Algona. He obtained! medical treatment for the injury. I Bert Sanders returned from AT LAST, THE MODEL HUBBY DISCOVERED! Irrington, May 1 — Frank Asa is now acclaimed, par* Hcularly by the women, of the neighborhood, as a model husband, and here's how it came about: Mrs. Asa accompanied her mother, Mrs. Lillian Kink, and Marie Wiener to Mrs. Kink's home at Cedar Jails a week ago (Saturday, and when she got home next evening she found a surprise birthday dinner awaiting her. It has to be confessed that Mr. Asa had a neighboring woman bake the birthday cake, but otherwise the meal was of his own making, and Mrs. - Asa : reports that the baked chicken was better than her own! [rs. A. E. Michel. "'<"•!» '» »'ariner- east of town. She Is able to be Mrs.' George Hoc, Hampton, with i »™. Ruth Klntlgh went to Coun- j about the house . A family dinner nr'hnlw ffa.iierhter. f-nriifi Sundav i ell Bluffs Saturday to Visit rela- ,„„. aorvort at tVio MrvTnvkle home J_K31 L kJCMUJld a » \ji*»i »»w— ^J J Omaha Wednesday. He had treat- J g Victim of a Stroke ment there for an eye which is "* * . causing him considerable pain. Wes i e y, May 1—Henry Ricke Mrs. Oscar Hammond will be guffered ft stroke o£ ap0 pj ex y last hostess to the Sexton Aid this -mpBrtnv nrmn at his home week Thursday. jflEn. Vldligt; jvw, ntiuiiJtuii, w itii • — r»-- • --«-»• v— < her'baby daughter, came Sunday cil Bluffs Saturday to visit rela- for a week with her sister, Mrs.! tlves ; and then was to make visits Raymond Beamish at Sioux City and Onawa. She will fjymonti jjcaiuiHH. —•-.» »»•» »«»..~. ™~..~ .. — John Delm, who attends Dun- return in about a month. Mrs. Kin- _*. ..14 t rr1i VIA*] lt«nu « n ..l«rl f nu i.V. n 1 « t-n GOODYEAR WHEEL-BALANCING 1 SERVICE... ENDS SHIMMY!! SMOOTHS THE RIDE! ADDS TO TIRE LIFE! fJVDU Wllll* WI1U ctLLUIlUO i/Ull-' " • w.oody Institute, Minneapolis,! Ugh had been caring for the late spent the week-end with his moth- Mrs. Emma Spear. 11. H. Higdon, Britt Rotanan, er, Mre. Eva Deim. Dr. and Mrs. Jesse Foster, Ankeny, -were.Sunday dinner guests of the W. A. Fosters. Jesse and W. A. are brothers. was served at the McCorkle home Sunday, and guests were Mr. and Mrs. R. S. McWhorter, near Burt, Donald McCorklo, Algona, and Vera McWhorter, Omaha. Mrs. Lnra Sanders, Beth Annis, .5. vjsajrs r-s -s-j.™--^ '.»,,= Ex-Ledyard Girl is Dead, the Victim of Mav 1 ' week Tuesday noon at his home south of town, but by Friday his condition was much improved. Th" children all came to see him Frank, Boone; Lee, Morgan Minn.; Lawrence, Williams; Ro And Clot man - Crystal Lake; George, otf St CT *""•"• Benedict; Mrs. R. J. Thissen, Al -Wni Hilferty 8° na ; and Lawrence, Raymond club's Monday luncheon. In ac ;.'; Falls tomorrow to attend a library TUTve Mr B CIUDS Monday mncneon. in ac-i— -- , , cordance with a Rotary custom !n convention, and tnm the case of new members Attorney Sanders will go to Deni on for a was about again i 3° s ' E - Lynch and Donald White . Monday, though still weak from a flu and fever attack which kept him abed a week. had Fred Behlmer, of the Algonquin 'confectionery shop, who has for Borne 'time been in poor health, is now reported, sick abed. Mrs; EarV Traul, Ottumwa, came I gave their life histories.. Violet Johnson, new beauty operator at the Cottage Beauty Shop, spent the week-end with her parents at Stratford. She is a graduate of a Des Moines beauty school and was employed at Eagle Grove before coming here three weeks C Leghorns •W-'O P er 10 ° Hearies $6.90 per 100 Leghorn pullets _____ *H.»0 P<* 100 Leghorn cockerels $1.75 per 100 STARTED CHICKS A large supply of started chicks on hand In all breeds from one to two weeks old. Hamilton Hatchery BANCROFT AND TITONKA ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF TWO NEW BUSINESS PLACES IN ALGONA SPORTING GOODS—JEWELRY STORE LET US BALANCE YOUR WHEELS . el rolling sMoothly, Myb* tht wheels e- yo«r ear tap ole*9 ... ptrhaps «fc«y wokblt or "Iramp" . . . or tht •vitawlig wfcwl |trks and vl- kntts. If that's the ease, the clMicM are your whtcls are lit of balance. — y A SPECML GOODYEAR SERVICE Wt'ri specialists at restoring tkt proper balance to your .. whttli... and w* do It at lew eoif to you. H ear tests shew KMT on of your wheels Is "out." wtlittall small weights to bring H back to balance. You'll notice the difference at net. You'll find that the "new- car ride" has come back-- that ynr car handles easier. And yos'll get longer tire life with cirrtctly balanced wheels.. .. Drive In today. , ' • v R. M. Wallace, with Marie E. Grover, Burt, were at Des Moines last week Tuesday ffi.g^.««dMr.?k J. -ady-to-wear department at Gra- Duffy, with their daughter, calledj hnm " on the parental Martin Duffys at- Whittemore Wednesday evening. Dr. and Sirs. R. J?. Evans recently -took their daughter- Kathleen to Wyman for three or four week with her brother Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker went to Des Moines Saturday to attend the Drake relays. Mr: Walker is in Metropolitan Life employ here. month with her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Terry, before going west. She will then visit for a time at Portland, Ore., after which she will-live near her. son, R. C. Sanders, Alhambfa, Calif., where he has three or four ice cream shops. Bob Bewel, .university -sophomore who had the family car for two weeks, discovered one morning that thieves had stolen the radio set in the night. Later he was called to Grlnnell to identify the property, the thieves having been captured. There were like.. thef,ts: elsewhere at Iowa City and at other Iowa points, and the gang may have been the same that perpetrated thefts here last winter. Damage to the Dewel car was covered by T <uiva i*n iv. a V I—W 11 nil LCI Li o--~— t •• • - —anal T S sonsChal-les^and Vernard Bill, and Mrs G eorge Goet,, Wes were called to Mason City Wednes- ^- Mr. RicKe is 77. day by word of the death of the . _J_,_ M J T*»«»« 14U11 daughter Mrs. Kathryu Paeper at LeayarQ 1 OWH nail J " Will Be Dedicated miierw aim »i-. auu ™.». , w —.. 'Ledyard, May 1-The town coun- Hilferty were with her at the cil met Wednesday evening and time, and all had come home feel- voted to buy chairs for the new ing that she was doing well. A town hall which is. rapidly near- blood clot caused her sudden pass- ing .completion. No- date \has yet Hilferty and Mr. and Mrs. Vernard ing. She was only 33. '.been set for. the formal opening '.Marlene Gillespie, .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Gillespie, was a week-end guest of her grandmother, Mrs. C. I. Mansmith, Bancroft and Wednesday. Doctor Wallace was a delegate to a state medical meeting, and Miss Grover and Mrs. Wallace visited at their brother R. J. Grover's. Attorney and Mrs. M. C. McMahon, with their daughter Nancy, drove to Minneapolis Saturday to insurance. •• The Albert Hagg painting crew has finished re-decorating the in- •erlor of the building on South Dodge formerly occupied by Bike's visit Mrs. McMahon's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth- Mangan, and Mrs. McMahon and Nancy are spending the week there. Mr. McMahon came back Sunday. •° ft - , . ,, „,, Mv , r , pne Mr. and Mrs, John Schumacher Louis, son of Mr and Mia- Gene, ^ Sehrader le£t Thurs . Neville, was unable to - attend , school last week because of sick- junior in high ness.. He is a .school. 'The'-Rev. and Mrs. F. Earl Burgess went to the Okobojis Monday fc,«.3o TT ,..««lj- vn-nalr- day morning for Woodbine, the men to resume road construction work. They had been here two months with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole, the latter a daughter of Mr. dedication. 'Burial was made at Dougherty, for the building has to be acceptec her birthplace, and Mr. Hilferty, by the WPA before t is turned Charles Hilferty, Mr. and Y l " * Tf " y """" 1 fWa Vernard Hilferty, and Mrs Ku..~ — ••—- -• - ••-- Koran attended the funeral Fri- upon plans will be completed for day. ! " Mrs. Paeper lived here many years before marriage and took care of the younger children in her father's family after the death of the mother. She also worked for Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Campbell,, both now deceased, when they operated a restaurant here. HOSPITALS SPORTING GOODS STORE H. W.Becker ; Orer 1,000 items in this store deroted entirely to sportsmen. Fishing tackle, golf equipment, gnns and ammunition, baseball and Softball needs, as well as archery and tennis equipment. , Make this your headquarters for sporting needs. ALGONA'S NEWEST JEWELRY SHOP Wm. Hermann, Jeweler We not only offer expert watch repairing and servicing on all jewelry but are now showing Algona's newest line of modern up to the minute jewelry. ^ ; Woodmam Certificate Allowed. The late W. M. Jacobson, of St. Paul or Minneapolis, held a Wood- man as of that town. shoe shop. The building was re- man > s certificate which has been cently purchased by Wm; C. Dau. pald He once i lve d at Fenton, and The Hagg crew is now doing some | was stnl llsted in t he May Wood- decorating at Mrs. Charles Berte s, near'St. Joe. A Mr. Herman, of Sit Paul, a jeweler, and Henry Becker will occupy the lower floor with a jewelry shop and sporting goods respectively: Mr. Herman and his wife will live upstairs. GENERAL. April 24—Beverly Ann Fisherback, Elmore, 'tonsillectomy; Mrs. Dale Thompson, Sexton, girl. April 29—Mrs. Clarence Seefeld, Titonka. boy. April 30—William Batt, Algona merlical treatment. May 1—Kenneth Bray ton, Algo na, tonsillectomy. NOW OPEN FOB BUSINESS Formal grand opening to foe announced later. Location: 117 S. Bodge St., across from Legion Hall. FOOD STOR to spend most of *e week ing their cottage at the Methodist camp grounds. daS'ter' Mrs'* S. Cresco township. She has been in •- and Mrs. Schumacher. Mrs. J. H. Woolworth; of Mason City, with her daughter Lorna, spent the week-end at E. A; Genrich's. Mrs. Woolworth is an aunt of Mrs. Genrich. Lorna filled an (jreiscu LU w ii»**»i" —— - , .poor health and had been at her son G. R. Cook's. . . Mr. and Mrs. Lee 0. Wolfe Titonka, got home yesterday, altei gx months-in Texas and stops at points on the way home. Mr. Wolfe is in good health. ., Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Swanson, of Fairmont, were Sunday guests of SAVI NOW ON "0-3" ALL-WEATHER Th« world's -MOit famous tire-stronger and lomi»r-w«orf«fl than •»•!•—now lower !• priul Ifi the tiro btiyoHt3«| , ;, -i Get our NEW LOW. MICE on your tiro iho' todoyl ALL-WEATHER BATTERIES Fairmon, w the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs . R. Pommerening. Gleun is oad-graveling employ. Mr£ Hattie IJurlingame vlftbrn Jll*H*M7 *•»•* ™T3 Mrs. Ada Merriam, Lu Verne, have ,oved into the west apartment at Irs. Sylvia Lanning's on east Luas for the summer. ,, n ,, ttp S-Jr-V^^S^SSS nd Mrs H A. French, Titonka o to Davenport today to attend a »s^'^rt^ s ,,»; r--.... Gua7 0 nt«d"f« Wfl Ql Hw-lkiop 18,000mlliV. OlUlVV OOOD.fYEARJ - TIRES IVALU and office in The Rainbow Girl, put on by a Mason City group Friday evening at the Masonic Temple. A sale of the household effects of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Goeders which Mrs. F. L. Tribon was to have conducted this week Thursday has been postponed a week because of the death of Mrs. Goeders' mother. Mr. and Mrs. Goeders are about to move to Clear Lake. Mrs. Alton Locke, Flandreau, S. D., and her daughter, Mrs. Ronalc Hendry, of Geneseo, 111., were Wednesday-Thursday guests at A E. Kresensky's. Mrs. Locke, an aunt of Mrs. Kresensky, was ac U Ullii '-'*• *'•• «* -• companying her daughter, Mrs Hendry, to the latter's home for a visit. /few ALWAYS 2 FEATURES Tues..Wednes, May 2-8 Great Comedy Trio Hugh Herbert Zazu Pitts Louise Bevers TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY, MAY 2-3 Continuous daily from 1 O'clock Our buyers have Txsen ousy purchases good* for this Trig event to save you money. Stock up tids week! Every item is a real bargain. Don't wait! Act now! "EIGHT O'CLOCK 3 Bag 3'C ' Condor Coffee 2c £47e ION A OORN. KM. TOMATOES 4 ""• 2 <& 9 . Ox<) 25' / THt IROVS FROm KENTUCKY Second Feature Here's Luscious Lovin! Madeleine Carroll Shirley ROS •a, K Plus "VyVyan Bonner's Fashion FOBCAST 100% Technicolor BORDKN'B AMCII. LOAF CHEESE 2 & 35c SULTANA BROK. SLIOKD PINEAPPLE Eleanor Lewis, R. N., Mitchel S D., spent the week-end' wit Pearl Voas, Mildred Johnson* an Beulah, Algers, nurses at the Kos suth hospital. All four are gradu ates of the Mitchell Methodist hos- eell is manager 01 m<= &«• -°~ - i pj[ a i From here, Miss Lewis went south of the Advance shop. t Chicago, where she has employers Mary Sorenson has leopeu jiis, juuj >-> 01 had men i. A—,-n Mrs. Seal Smith went to Ames Fr'iday to visit her daughter Harriet, employed in the chemistry department at the State college. With Harriet and the daughter Leona the latter a teacher in the Dakota City (Humboldt) schools, Mrs. Smith went to Des Moines for the We Mrs? n A'. E. Anderson returned THUBS.-FBIDAY, MAY 4-5 Thiurs., bargain mat, 16c. She had ed her rooming house spent four' weeks f<. Rochester operation »*--.. Mrs. S. C. Maurer's. Renwick. , John HOWARD Heather ANGEL H. B. WARHER ' Pmmtnt Kan* Thurs. Thru Sat,, May 4-6 JUIIUIW MB «»• ^BLOODED 4DVQJIUES GOOOYEAII DIAMOND farmer. . . Dorothy Kerwick thv KerwicK, JJ.HI»U=I.OM-.O, was a week-end guest of JeaneUe KSwr4.>* a: ga r-anu r« shape," after the second operation he had recently. However, he will have to remain at the Kahler hospital for some weeks yet. Mr. and Mrs, .Perry Smith and Mrs. Mary Brown. Df^. were Sunday guests of the ' Thompsons, aud brought =is°=i^i ^sjssru& BSU^ - •••'-• respectively of Mrs. Brown, Ver» McWto.rter, Omaha, was a ~/i i te to a stats u»i""**r ^ n) j guest of her mother SS^t/ffi; !>.* PWUP.. •« »•» M,.. E ni..«?S»Sl± C^A^feS** school stall Here. » ^ w " * " at Cpvuxdl WjW9' _ 'sjieehan ^ 8%^?S^S , fratI heath t» *'HS?.--ff s ler, Jfeft, R> ^HMtoim has been in «^v«..»- -- -- - - : winter accompanied theni t9 wi jl again be AlOTjJWft f^won a^s^a-.^K? w^.^PJBHfflfL'i CEOECE HAVES RaiullUYDDI run/' •BBW>.-^3l ' L I... , (Second Feature) Sally Rand America's Queen of the Pance See the fewest pance Dance of the Peacocks in "SUNSET MURPfBR CASK" Serial Thi- DANCtROUS (AH SATUB., SUN 2— Attractions— 2 YOU'LL GIT A OUT OF •«•§*• BINGf |M)-M preteott CROSBY BiOND|U MISCHAAUHt Cowbg C»OWD P.JWW Walt Disney's "GOOFY A3f 1 Plus News OK iONAHOUR OVALTINE B AIRX FAIR/ as- .na 1 » c Ann Pag* French Dressing • « 10e Helm Assorted SoVips 2«« 25e A & P CORN 0 ^B K .ri » }£ »» Sumiyfield Wheat Flakes 2 •* «e UfUEATIES The Breakfut 101. 1QC WHEATISS afciwmpioni i&- -», Pr.pVd Spaghetti^^ « Italian Prunes TRST can -" c ANN PAQK CALAO DRESSING & 27c ANOELU8 OBULO. PACK MARSHMALLOWS 2 Wf 27e Campfire Brand 1 Lb. pun. C«ni ANN PAQE OELATIN OH PUDDING DESSERT* SPARKLE 3 ^C 1 - 10e Extra ALADDIN j •. ' , WONUtRFlJL LAf/h COCON06 fStfSSSk '^ 15e 1 A & P WHITE PAN ROLLS £& 5e | RED CROSS TOWELS 2 BOM, 19c | WRIGHT'S-«SK POLISH !,<£„ 21c | PALMOLIVE SOAP 4 «-• 136 | P & G SOAP. - - - - .—10 $• 33 ° 1 MORTON'S SALT 2 **& 17e | AYVBOL Washlnfl ^ t., 01 ' 21C g %f j*» mi?**** Powder §*»» m If I BBUEV DItposable . O pkyi. 2$C ^ RfcBKW*^ ' Tissue* m vw» ^ GRANDPA'S TAR SOAP 2 oa«15c /UPUC^M •JgSSBS^^w^ WHITE HOUSE EVAP. MILK SEMINOLE TISSUE A * M , J3 C KITCHEN KLENZER HILEX •^U 19c KBOKUIC DIU PICKLES KBOKUK MfMT MIXED PICKLIS £! JOHNSON'S WAX PAST!.---*„£•* GLO COAT.,.*"^ fH H.OOitWAX. 1u ;r^»^ Texas Grapefruit, s«ae »U W "Oranges, siie 988, 4o*.-__ TT r _.^.., New Potatoes, 5 jbs,—-_ r _. v Seed Fptatws, 1«4 IWTer Valley * 100 ib f IM FOOD STORED •»v -. ,",&' ;t»

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