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The Algona Upper Pea Kotow, Algona, Iowa, June 7,1934 LONE ROCK HAS A BUSY TIME; ENTERTAINS MANY VECTORS Alme - Blanchard Marriage Performed Friday P. M. With 35 Present Lone Rock: Chester Alme and Ereel Blanchard were mart-led et the borne of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard Fiday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Rev. S. M. Gladstone performing the ceremony. The bride wore a rose crepe silk, dress and carried a bouquet of red roses and white carnations. The wedding inarch was played by Doris Mae Blanchard, 10 year old sister of the bride. The bride is the third oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, and needs no introduction to this community as she has spent her entire life here. The bride- ftroom is the eldest son of Arick Alme of McHenry, North Dakota. After the ceremony a two course luncheon was served to Rev. and Mrs. S M;. Gladstone and about 35 relatives of the couple. Out of town relatives attending were Mr. and Mrs. H. A WhitehlU of Burt, grandparents of th bride; Mr. and Mrs. John Bones o Sutherland, sister of the bride: Mr. an< Mrs. Lester Johnson and Bancroft, aun and uncle of the bride. They will be at home to their man friends in Lone Rock after June 15th. Honors Daughter's Birtlidaty Mrs. Glenn Sharp entertained th Ames, visited at .the parental Fred Genrich home last Wednesday. The Amerclan IjeRton Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. Glenn Burt icxt week Wednesday afternoon. Joan, dauRhter ol Mr. «nd Mrs. W O Flai&, underwent a tonsil opera- ion Monday at Dr. Peters' office. Bernard Leeper, who has been ill with pneumonia la much Improved. Alma Madison, the nurse, was discnarff- •d Saturday. The annual telephone meeting was held Saturday afternoon. J. M. Blanchard, a director whose term had expired, was reelectied. Mr and Mrs. Robert Schmidt and ;on, Robert. Jr., have been visiting re- atives at Watertown and l^ke Mills Wis., the past ten days. The Busy Friday club will meet a the home of Mrs. Jim Ackerman on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Otis Sander was the assisting hostess. The Mite society met at the home of Mrs. Frank FlalR Thursday after noon. The next meeting will be at th home of Mrs. Arthur Priebe. As Rev. S. M. Gladstone will be In Soranton next Sunday there will be no church services and Sunday Schoo will be at 10 a. m. instead of 11. Alice AnRUs who has been attending college at Park College in Parksville, Missouri returned home Thursday 1 . Fenton News Items W. R. Wolfe was a business visitor at ] Renwick last Thursday. Dr J. T. Walte was called to Emmetsburg Saturday by the serious illness of his father, David Wftlte. Mr. Walte's health has been poorly since the atter part of the winter and the intense heat was blamed for his turn lor the worse. He was improved soma the ore part of this week. The F. O. Baileys of Iowa came Saturday to the F. Bailey home. They left Sunday accompanied by Frank Bailey for a visit at the Will Baileys at Marshall, Minnesota. The F. C. Baileys plan to go to Lake Wln- neblgoshish Tuesday where they will loin the R. C. Goetschs who are enjoy- ng an outing there. Edith Laage closed her school In Cedar Rapids and arrived home Friday, accompanied by her nephew, Karl Schwartz, a student at Coe College and her niece, Marjorle Wilberg of Ringsted, who has been visiting her the past week. Miss Laage has taught the same school for 12 years and was rehired for next year. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Wright and sons, Charles and Rolin and Fred Helden of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, came last week Wednesday for a visit at the Dr J. T. Walte home. Mrs. Wright is a daughter of the late Charles Helden known to many here, and a niece o Mrs Walte. Mr. Helden is her brother The Rev and Mrs. E, T. {Jerkin, former Methodist pastor and wife, came on Thursday for a I mrs. wuifcc. *»*». ***-*— w ".j They returned home Friday, at theW. J. Weis- b^ThSne *rt *M* 'the* friends lev Gerkin delivered the Memorial address at Corwtth Wednesday. Oor- with was also one of his former charges. They left Friday for Storm LateTfor a visit with relatives before returning home to Sioux City. Hazel Weisbrod was pleasantly surprised last Thursday afternoon when a eroup of intimate friends gathered to ild her farewell before she left Friday to attend a business collesre In Des Moines. The girls gave her a handkerchief shower to remember them bv. Attending were Margaret Stephenson of Algona, Mrs. Walter Warner and Sallv Ann of Des Moines, Lola Warner, Ardls Volgt. Virginia Frank. Irene Krause, Gladys Stoeber, Dorothy sug- man and Verona Radig. The Newel Hardware company has completed a mortuary room enabling them to handle their undertaking business to a better advantage. The room Is equipped with the latest funeral and undertaking devices and th«y are prepared to use it as a funeral home. Thev have also added a casket room with space for ten caskets. F. P. Newel,Junior member of the firm, extpects to leave July first for Kansas City, Kansas, where he will take a six months course at the Williams Institute of Embalmers. Cresco Youth Weds St. Benedict Girl C:«sco: G-eorge Hal.'e of Cresco town- shir ;»r.d Pose Stell, daughter of Mr K.d Mrs. Gvorge Sleil of Si IV: edict. w«re married Tuesday. May 29tn, at the St. Cecelia's church in Algeria by Rirv T. J. Davern. Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Stell, Jr., of Algona w?re the attend- The four enjoyed weddint breakfast at the States Cafe after the ceremony and were the sue-sts of the sister of the bride. Mr.-.. O. W. Brazee at Cresco with 21 other guests preseiu. The bridal couple drova to Lake Okoboji for their honeymoon and spent 3 days there. Thev are now at home on a farm operated by the Broom which is located 3 miles west and 4 miles south of Algona, 58 Attend! Picnic ventng acting as one of the Judges in he sub-district Bible story telling con- pst of the Methodist church In Algona (Strict. The Ferd Albrights were at Cherokee ftst week to see tne husband and fa- her who Is in the hospital for treatment It Is hoped that he may be able o return home within a few weeks. John Reid has been again confined to is bed during the past two weeks with recurrence of the painful rmiscle and icrve trouble of which he has been a during the past year and a home school this . following girls at a party on the schoo liouse lawn Saturday afternoon In hono of her daughter, Betty Anns 7th birth day: Viola, and Helen Sprapk, Rut Kraft, Phyllis Hawk, Mary Ann and Maxlne Flaljr. Virginia Frye, Doris Ma« Blanchard. Lucille Genrich. Catherine Mae and Ruth Ellen Householder, Marion, Dorothy and Helen Jensen, Joan Flat*. _ Eva Whltford of Cedar Falls ls> visiting friends and relatives here. TJ. R. Roderick attended an nuto dealers' code meeting at Algona Friday evening. Mrs. Fred Swnn underwent a mastoid operation Saturday at the Larson home in Burt. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. E. Blanchnrd of Irv- intrton visited relatives here Friday and Saturday. G. A. Sharp, son Russell and Rov Bierstedt made a business trip to Fort JDodge Monday. Luella Schmidt wns ill with the measles last week and Merril Ackcrson was ill with the flu. Esther Godden underwent an appendicitis and tonsil operation Friday at the hospital in Bancroft. A baby bov was born to Mr. and Mrs V. V. Frye Thursday. Mr. Frye's mother is helping care for them. Maynard Gcnrich and roommate o She "will teach her fall. Mrs. A. A. Krueger and mother, Mrs. S M. Gladstone arid son. Robert, drove to Cedar Rapids Sunday to get Beuian Gladstone, who has completed her college course . Mr and Mrs. Arthur Priebe retura- d home last Wednesday from Decqran. John Staaret of StarbuckJC Minn., a rlend of Arthur, accompanied them lome for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Macumber drove o Forest City Sunday afternoon to ake their son. Clarence back to CCC camp there. Clarence visited at home Irom Tuseday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sanders drove to Renwick Sunday to visit Mrs. Sanders mother, Mrs. Claude Helmke. Doris Sanders, who spent the past week with relatives there, returned home Sunday. Mrs. Catherine Reed and a Mr. Will- lams from Dakota City visited at. the Wm. Kraufc home Thursday. Mr. Krnuse accompanied them to Humboldt where he will work wtlh a grading crew. Mr and Mrs. AiiRust Lampe of Ventura visited at the parental Richard Long home Sunday. Willard Quinn. who has be-en visiting at the Lampe hom? the past few days, returned to his home Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Chet Alme drove to Cedar Falls Friday, returning home on Saturday accompanied bv Donald Blnn- chard, n student at Cedar Falls. Gordon Blanchard, also a student at cedar Falls, arrived home Monday. Mrs. E. M. Hawks, daughter, Jessie and daughters, Katoryn and Gladys Stebrltz, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Hawks and children and Lawrence Kockler oi Bancroft spent the w«ek end at the Charles Hawks home at Spirit Lake. Mrs LilJie Worthington and her daughters, Edith and Hulda and son, Hugo, left last Wednesday for Mlnoka, Illinois, to viMt her daughter Mrs. Harl-cy Olson and at. Hampshire, 111., to visit another daughter, Mrs. Frank Ditstloff. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Boyle, Mr. and Mrs James Boyle of Blackfoot, Idaho, and their sister, Mrs Jas. O'Brten of Whittemore visited the N. L. Cottons last Monday. Mr. Cotton and Ed Boyle formerly worked in a hardware store at Whittemore years ago. Mr and Mrs. Ed Bierstedt and family Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bterstedt a.nd son, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wcgencr and family attended a picnic dinner at the Call State Park in AlBona Sunday honoring Mr. and Mrs. Lcuis Wegener's 57th wedding anniversary and Louis Wegener's 82nd birthday. The following attended a surprise birthday dinner at the Fred Drans- fcldt home Sundnv honorine his birth- av Mr and Mrs. Frank BahliiiK and amily, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin And-?rspn nd children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles cott anl family. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Shipler and family, all of Burt and Mr and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt. Ledyard Teachers Find Happiness on Honeytnoon TYail Ledyard: A wedding of much local Interest occurred June 1st when Miss Genevieve Kitley, became the bride of Harold M. Granner. Both have been teaching In Ledyard. The ceremony was performed at the home of the bride's father, Albert Kitley at Hardy, Friday afternoon by the groom's father/ Rev. Granner of Paton, Iowa. The bride was attired in white satin and carried pink roses. Immediately following the ceremony a lovely lunch was served the guests after which the brid» and groom left, on a honeymoon trip to Montana. Both bride and groom are graduates of the Renwick high school Mr. Granner attended Nortl Central College at Nnplerville, Illinois, for three years and then finished nt the State 'Teachers College at Cedar alls He has taught in Ledyard the Fiftv-eight attended the school picnic Thursday evening at. the W. H Brandow home of district No. 4. Whittemore township school. Marie Brandow is the teacher. A most enjoyabK time was reported. L. E. Martins were at Lost Island Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Potter were Sun dav afternoon callers in Algona. We are sorry to report Grandma Broadwell is not showing any improve ment. The H I. Sabln family called a the Rome Robison home at Irving on Sunday. The G. W. Brazee family and L. E. Martin and wife were at Lost Island Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. George Hahle and the George Brazee family were visitors on Sunday at the Henry Hahle home at Gaabralth Switch. G W. Brown's son, Ralph, of Ray. Arizona, returned to Iowa and visited last, week with his wife's relatives. They are expected here this week. Mr. and Mrs. FernJey Runchey of Emmestburg and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. and daughter, Mary, were lotim alf. The Fred Plumbs of Sexton were guests at Good Hope parsonage for upper Sunday evening. The family had Been at Good Hope for the day for church services and the Altrurian picnic dinner. The redecorating of Good Hope church which we had hoped would be an accomplished fact long brfore this has for varied reasons been deferred from one date to another and is yet to be done. Our next reference to the subject In these Items will be to invite you out to enjoy the finished work with The regular meeting of the Busy Bees was entertained on Friday after- noon by Mrs. Bertha Sarchett. Porty- flve members and guests were present. A program was given as follows: piano solo, Dorothy Scott; songs, Gerald Rohmstad; play. Zelda. Long, Betty and Lettie Sarchett ; recitation. Joan Rohm- stad and ^on, Ruth and Mary Le« Dtftrchs and was followed by luncheon and a social hour. The Altrurian Sunday School class of Good Hope church gathered for a picnic dinner on the W. J. Bourne farm nwn In^t. Sunday as had been planned. The refreshing shower of the n-.rly morning ft fine preparation . for the happy affair which was greatly enjoyed by the 46 participants. These gatherings have become regularly annual and are looked forward to with pleasurable anticipation. C. L. and Ed DIMrner Joined their brothers, Henry, George and Martin Dittmer of Delaware county. Iowa, at the home of their only sister, Mr*. Mary Von Berg, Albert Lea. Minn , on Sunday in the annual reunion of the Dittmer clan. Dr. Ernest Dittmer of Manchester. Iowa, was the only one of the group unable to be present. The RPV and Mrs. Hlckman. St. Paul. Minn., son-in-law and daughter of Mrs. Von Berg, were also participants In the celebration. )BSt For Long Shots Prices Effective Friday and Saturday, June 8-9 MARSHMALLOVVS, per Ib 17c SEEDLESS RAISINS can you beat it, 2 Ibs. lOc Swanadown Cake Flour large pkg. for BOOT BEER EXTRACI per botUe FLOUR, going fast, don't wait 1.58 Banner Quick Oats, not many left, per pkg. 15c SENECA NEWS 4 vears. Mrs. Grnnner also at- ter. BUY YOUR SUGAR AHEAD RIGHT NOW KAKO CORN SYBUP /B'JC large size "•••** Get to know our Cliees Department, it will ploy. Order a Milk Fed Chicken—It Will Please. OUR BRANDS Home Brand, Baby Stewart, Perndale. Jack Spratt, A. B. C. and Heinz 57—What a lineup! Our meats are the best we can buy. Ko wonder our store has been a leader for years-our Fruit and VegeTaWe kpTay Is 100 per cent and prices low as we never expect our figure on breaking even on this department. _ _ __ Return this Ad-^Some One will Win a DDI^C PDPF- Valuable Prize—A very attrative pre- I |\I^.U. rrVI—1- mium % -m be given away FREE Just sign your name be-low and leave at our store before 8 p. m. Sat. Name Address Long's Grocery Free Delivery Phone 214 and 215 Rest Room and Everything Algona, Iowa. Ernest Schriber visited relatives a Irvlngton Wednesday. The Helpful Thursday club met on Thursday at the Sheldon Merrill home Florence Jensen spent a week wit her sister Mrs. James Doocy at Swe City. Mrs. Christina Jensen went to Can Seneca, ada one day last week to visit friends and relatives. Eldora S'.ruecker returned home from Cedar Falls Monday after finishing a year of college. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzgar visited at the John Saunders home last Monday evening. Mr and Mrs. Art Spenr of Sherburn, Minn., spent Sunday visiting at the Ole Johannson home. Nels Christensen and Hans N<lson spent a few days at Newton and Des Moines visiting friends. Esther Godd«n underwent an appendicitis operation at the Wohnkt- hospital Friday morning. Mrs Harry Neilson and son, Donald of Ringsted visited at the John Saun- dcrs home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Ornie Behrends, Sr.. and son, Garry are visiting for several days with friends and relatives In Illinois. Mrs. R. E. Saunders and children, oan Anderson, and Mrs. John Saun- lers and son, Jackie, visited at the Raymond Anderson home last Satur- lay. Mrs Fred Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Mnr- nus Nelson and girls were Saturday vening visitors atthe Carl Nelson hoim- at Buffalo Center. Cecil Bailey and family of Rockwell. Iowa moved into the house which has >'en occupied by the Gus Nelsons. Mr. Uailey will take charge of the store ater. A miscellaneous shower was given at he Leonard Anderson home in honor of Bernioe Campbell, who will become the bride of Harvey Christensen of Ringsted. end-d the Stnte Teachers colleee nnd aught two years at Vcrnon consolldat- d .school and two years at Ledyard. Thev will make their homo In Ledynrd fter September 1. Mr. Grnnner will ontinu? as a teacher here. The couple has a host of friends here who join In vlshlns them every hapnin^s.. Mrs. Cecil Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. ..auritzen attended the wedding. Mrs. George Thompson and sons were Algona callers Friday. Evolyn Mayne is visiting relatives at Gerled and Armstrong. Helen Jensen spent several days this past week at her home in Buffalo Ccn- fviui^u^j «*»x* «««r» » •• • , euests Sunday at the home or tne Homer Llndhorsts. Glen Teeter motored to Dubuque on Wednesday of last week and was accompanied by Miss Hazel Dutton, also Mrs. R. G. Cook and Mr. and Mrs. J. F Cook of Algona. The latter four attended a family gathering and returned two days later. Mrs. George Wildin, suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism following infection of the throat, wns moved homo Sunday from the Lewis Wildin home, and is able to be up a part of th.- lay. Lowis Wtlclin. Sr., is confined to his" bed much of the day nnd does not gain because of the Intense neat. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stclls of Charles City, Miss Mildred Clayton of Mnsou City and Harold Clayton of Emmetsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Ward McWhorter and two daughters of Aluona enjoyed Decoration day hero with their parents, the A. E. Claytons at a picnic dinner at the Ambrose Call State 8 WEST BEND NEWS plume 210 and Ask Ua to DdUver to Your Home Without artificial oders, without meohauical contrivances to get out of order and ruin food, ice, of the line grade we sell will give you better all around all season service. Delivered in any amounts any time at prices. fair Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory Lyman Riley was fishing at Spirit Lake Wednesday. Mrs. Ethelyn Gregg returned home last week from Los Angeles. California where she spent the winter visiting relatives and friends. She enjoyed her trip very much. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schutter and three sons loft early Monday morning for Cedar Rapids, to attend commencement exercU*s at Coe College. Gezina Schutter is a graduate. Children's day will be observed next Sunday morning in the Presbyterian church at the usual Sunday School LOUT. A good program is being pre- iared by the committee. Chas Thatcher and M. T. Munson rove to Mason City, Thursday. Mr. Thatcher attended a. creamery meeting and Mr. Munson visited his son, Ted. who is attending school there. Bernadine Monarch, who attended school in Emmietbburg the uast year and lived with her grandmother, Mr.s. 4ick Laubenthal, returned home Saturday evening to spend the summer. Pat Conlon and daughter. Gertrude. of Emmi.-tfiburg, moved here Thursday and are getting settled in the George Jacobs residence. He will sell DodKe cars. O. L. Riley moved the household goods. Mr. and Mrs. John Munson and two sons, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Mimson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Muriboii and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Day sprnt Wednesday at Turtle Lake fishing and picnicking. Rev. and Mrs. Zimmerman and their daughters, Harriet and Mariiarct of Vail, Iowa, spent Thursday here, calling on old friends. Rev. Ziaun<?rmun also called on friends at Rodman. Their son, George, who had been ^.-riding some time with his friend. John Schutter, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wordcn and Harvey visited Wednesday at Algona and Mrs J. C. Undcrkofler of Britt was lure last week Monday looking after business. Mr and Mrs. George Thompson and Duane visited relatives in LuVerne last Wednesday, Mr and Mrs. Mrs. Wm. Hans of Rudd arc visiting nt the Wm. and Glenn B")ise homes. Mr and Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen and Jerry viMKd relatives in Renwick over the week end. The M E. Ladles' Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Ralph Olson Thursday afternoon. Mr nnd Mrs. Charles Ba.shara and Beverly drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to visit relatives. L H Mayne of Emmetsburg and son of Washington, D. C., visited at the Howard Mayne home Saturday. Miss Francis Hetl«r of Fayette has been elected as the new home economics teacher for the coming year. Dr and Mrs. Guy B. Anderson and children of Ackley visited Wednesday evening at the L. W. Wiemer home. The young people of the Bethany Reform church held a wiener roast at Birch lake last Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs. Jloe Steinberg and children of Garner visited Thursday at the parental Carrie Steinberg home Mr and Mrs. Olaf Engelby and family returned Friday from Jewell, where they had been visit relatives for the past week. Willis Dyer, who has been attending college at Iowa City this year, returned home last Wednesday for the summer vacation. Mrs George Thompson entertained heV Sunday School class of the M. E. church at a wiener roost at her home last Thursday evening. There will be a general farm bureau meeting Friday evening, June 8 at the George Moult on home. Ladles bring park. Mesdames L. E. Martin. Ed Wildin Will and Rob Runchey, E. C. P^T O S. Moore. Homer Ltndhorst, *. L Miller. L. E. Potter, H. E. Morgan, Jane Clark and Mary Runchey. the four Int- ter of Algona were entertained Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs w t, Martin in Algona in honor of her mother, Mrs. George Bell of Eldrioge North Dakota. Mrs O. 8. Moore and daughter, Sheila nnd Mr.s W. L. Martin of AlRonu and he later's mother, Mrs. Georire Bell of Eldridgi" North Dakota and the Victor Applecnt/' family of Corwith were iruests Fridnv at the E. C. Potter home. Victor who ha-s been 111 a week at the home of Mrs. L. E. Potter with an infection of the throat returned '"""" Friday evening. }:accoooo:o:o:o:oo:o:ooxioooo:oooooo i o GOOD HOPE NEWS Martha Madson i-s at the Otto Engstrom home for u time. Mrs C. L. Dittmer was a dinner gwst of the Leonard DHUiiers Uust Sunday. . Will Dodds has boon in the Kossuth hospital since last Thursday while having his teeth extracted. Rev. Wood was at Fenton Monday either sandwiches or cake. Mr and Mrs. D. A. Carpenter drove to Keokuk last week Tuesday wh*re they visited Mr. Carpenter's brother, Dr. Carpenter, until Sunday. Mrs LeRoy Anderson and son, Fred nf podelifTe visited last Monday at the L W. Wiemer home. Fred remained lor a. more extended visit. Mrs August Knoner spent the past week at the home of her daughU-r, Mrs Wm Brand at Hubbard. Mr. Knoner and'Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knoner and drove down Sunday and brought her back. Mr and Mrs. Richard Zielske, Mr and Mrs. Al Zielske, Mr. and Mrs. L. A Nitz and family, Lolss Wilson and Lillian Sanders spent Sunday at Spirit Lake Lois Wilson remained to vu»lt several weeks at the home of an aunt Mrs. Leon Worden attended a mis cellaneous shower Friday at the home of Mrs. Walter Dak in Algona in hon or of Mii-s Bernioe Campbell, daughte of Mr. aiid Mrs. Ralpii Campbkl o Sene<ja, v)hoiie marriage to Harvey Christenson of Ringsted is to be an event of this week. On next Friday afternoon the Women's Foreign Missionary iociety will hold a special thank offering service in the church. A one o'clock luncheon will be served followed by it program, the principal part of which will be a talk by Mrs. A. A. Bishop of Algona, the district prusditiit. Week End Specials can Peaches, Large No. 2 Apricots, Large No. 2'-j can Pineapple, 1() r she. or cr. No. 2Vi can.. 1«/V Sardines, Tomato or mustard, 3 cans Sardines, imported Olive oil, U calls Salmon, Alaska Pink, tall can Raspberries, Black No. 10 49C Post Toasties, 01 r large pkg *" |XV Coffee, Council Oal^ pound Coffee, Maxwell House .pound Chipso, 17p large pkg II V, Ivory Soap, OJJc jv some ix-al valutas at Gamble . All Rubber Garden Ho*.-, "50 oounds prtJSijiire teat, 25 It., $1 19- -Pun.- Manilla Rope "»", 100 ft.. $3.ia - wid Here Stores. Manilla Rop you oan still tfct soap at low price. 4 med. bars Pork & Beans, large can Peas, liozeman Giant, 2 No. 2 caiis • .. Peas, Fairmont Pride, No. 2 can Prunes, No. 10 can Block Salt, per block Dill Pickles, Oatmeal, large pkf Soap. Beat 'Km All, 10 bars lOc 25c 14c 39c ]|j c White's Grocery Week End Specials 100 Clothes Pins for _-. 19c Brooms, for only 39c Blackberries, 7Q r No. 10 can tfj ^ Pears, No. 10 «'nn 39c Macaroni, 4 pkgs. _- 19c Jell Powder, 7 pkps. Sugar 10 Pounds - - 48c Newly Weds Free! Saturday, June 9th In appreciation of tho many friends we have hail the- privily of serving we invite you all to come in and have this ice cream and cake with us. No purchase required. It has been u pleasure, to meet, and do business with our many patrons. AVe have helped our patrons keep a lot of money at, home by the saving m buy ing Corycll products. We regrei very much leaving the many friends we have made Imf assure you Hie men who are buying us out will continue our policy of selling the best for the less. Be Sure to Come in Saturday! CORYELL Service Sation |i 22* Furniture SALE 8 O, S S Oi 0. 1 8 I p otfooaooooooooosoow^^ JUNE BRIDE OF Living Room, Dining Room and Bedroom Suites Complete Four-Room Outfit Only $239*00 Better Furniture for Less Foster Furniture Co. tC . ooo< , o ,- t _ o _ o/ - )O . ; ,_,^^^

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