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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 20, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 6,1934 HARRY OMAN RITES FRIDAY Former "Well Known Resi dent Victim of Stroke in OOC Camp Harry Daniel Outran was born Oct 27, 1891 ftt LuVerne, Iowa, and departed this life Sept. 10, 1934, at the COG camp at Big Elbow, Minnesota attaining the age c<f 42 years, 10 month; and 13 days. He was united In marriage to Bernlce Butterfleld, March, 1991, at Algona. To this union were born 15 children, namely: Ruby and Edith of Forest City, Iowa; Sylvia McDougal of International Falls, Minn.; Archie of Bena, Minn.; Wllford, Sarah, Alice, Mary Jane, Permllla Dean, Raymond, Maude, Barbara, Mabel, Harry and Walter Roy at home. A son, Daniel, preceded him in death in 1918 He leaves to mourn hi| departure his wife and the above named children, also his father and mother, Mr and Mrs. Archie Clara n of Naytahwaush, Minn., four sisters and one brother, Mrs. Tom Clement of Hettinger. North Dakota, Mrs. Claude Whitehill of Bancroft, Iowa, Mrs. Charles Clement of Algona, Mrs. Roy Guy of LuVerne and Melvin Curran of unknown residence. Ho spent his early life on a farm near LuVerne, and in 1924 moved to Waubon, Minn. His next move was to Klkhorn Park, Minn., and at his death he was working in the CCC camp at Big Elbow, Minn. He made a public confession of his faith in Christ in evangelistic meetings at WaUlngford, Iowa, conducted by Miss Nell Malen. Funeral cervices were conducted by Rev. A. English on Friday afternoon from Laird & McCullough's chapel at 1:45 and at Irvington Presbyterian church at 2:30. Burial was at Irvington. Mrs. R. G. Davis Funeral Monday LuVerne: Mrs. P. O. Davis, formerly a resident of LuVerne, died at her home In Algona Friday afternoon. She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Hazel Barnes of Pierre, South Dakota, and two sons, George of Llvermore and Will of Lu- Verne. Funeral services were held on Monday afternoon in the Methodist church at 2:30. Music was rendered by Mrs. Harry Llchty, Mrs. John Voss, Jr., Mrs. Ray Stone and Florence Thompson. Mrs. Harold Phillips was accompanist. Interment was made in the LuVeme cemetery. Mabel Howe Wins $25 Bank Night Mrs. B. J. Coil-man of Royal, Iowa, had her name drawn at the Call Theatre Tuesday evening, but was not pre- eent and therefore did not receive the 1 $125 bank night award. The first name drawn for the $25 prize was that of Geneva Sanders of Bode, but she was not present either and the »25 went to Mabtl Howe of Bancroft, whose name wag the third one drawn. Bank night will be discontinued for a month during a re-registration of names. "Rinty" Wages Stiff Fight for Recovery "Rinty," the much beloved Ohrls- chllles poodh-hound is recovering from a series of ailments and misfortunes after the family had almost despaired of his life. After making a valiant (struggle asHteted by veterinary skill and tender care by th« ChrlsehUles household, he pulled through a case of dlstempet, only to hftve pneumonia complicated with worms and fleas. But tfhat wasn't all. He was Just beginning to wag his tall now and then when some one accidentally ran over the poor creature and almost put him out of commission. However, the invigorating fall air seems to be helping him and he stands a good chance of making a live of it despite the collapse of one lung. Bar Ass'n Offers Prizes to Observe Constitution Week The Iowa State Bar Association will observe Constitution Week, September 6-22 by offering prizes to school stud- :nts for essays on Citizenship or some phase of the Constitution of the Unlt- d States. The prizes will be announc- »d later. Speakers will be furnished o any county or local school or to any Ivic club upon application to Attorney T. c. Hutchison, who is county chairman of Citizenship Committee. J. D. Lowe-, Algona attorney, is chairman of the Eighth District and J. W. Morse of Estherville is State Chairman. As a part of the program Monday, September 17, was observed as Constitution Day. WM. FLETCHER, 71, RITES ATSWEA CITY Widow, 6 Children Survive Lived in the County 40 Years Titonka P. T. A. Host At Regional Meeting Buffalo Consolidated Congress unit invites every one interested in children and their welfare to attend the conference on Pwent-Teacher .work which is to be held Tuesday. Sept. 25, in the Methodist church beginning at 10:30 a. m., and closing at 4:30 p. m. This meeting Is being sponsored by the North-Central District of Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers. This conference is a get acquainted meeting planned by the extension department of the Congress. There will be no registration fee. It is not necessary to be a member to attend this meeting. Those interested in organizing parent-Teacher units are especially invited to come and receive information. Miss Coate Speaker Miss Minnie J. Coate was the speaker on the Klwanis program at their regular meeting last Thursday noon. Her topic was Ancient Civilization and she gave an interesting account of the civilization of Europe, Asia and South and Central America. Kossuth County Fair The Best in 24 Years Ringsted Dispatch: The writer has attended every fair in Algona for the past twenty-four years, but this year's topped them all, both from the stand- potyit of attendance and entertainment. The record shows that twenty- eight thousand persons saw the fair, although it was rained out on onei day—Wednesday. For the flrst time In several years all the exhibit space was taken and more than 100 head of cattle had to be quartered in tents The free attractions were without question the best ever booked and Secretary Vincent and his co-workers are to be congratulated on the fine showing they made. Bwea Olty: Funeral services were held for Wm. Fletcher. a« 71. at the 3aptlst church Tuesday afternoon with Sev. O. B. Seimans in charge. Mr. Fletcher was born near Cedar Rnolds. April 11, 1863 and was married February 8, 1891. He came to Kossuth county 40 wars aaro and lived on a arm north of Lakota, later moving to Swea City. He is survived bv his widow and 6 children. Arthur Fletcher of Newton. Harold of Lakota. Mrs. Richard Cronk and Charles Cronk of Armstrong, Mrs. Ben Sooer of Forest 3ity, Mrs. Chris Hansen of Hannibal, Wisconsin, and 19 srandchildren. Two children. Myrtle and Robert, preceded ilm in death. Mrs. A. B. Bllsboroueh of Storm jake spent the week end with her hus- and. A so.OOO pound scaie is beinir install- d at the Northern Lumber Co. This mprovemerrt will cost $900.00. "These Thirty Years," an all star alkine picture, presented bv the Ford Motor CO., was shown at the Iowa Theatre on Fridav afternoon and evening as a courtesy of the Bell Motor •o. The P. T. A. -will sponsor the dinh- ;hcria immunization protect here. This service will be available to all school children as well as adults of the community. Life immunization will be civen at the cost of 25 cents per person. Dr. C. W. Lundauist. Suut. A. H. Schuler and Mrs. Ravmond Swanson are the committee in charae. Election of officers of the American Legion Auxiliary was held Tuesday evening. Officers for the comln« "tar are: president, Mrs. Richard Berg; vice president, Mrs. R. A. Bravender: second vice president. Mrs. O. D. Cur- As; secretary. Miss Amanda Looft: .erasurer. Mrs. L. A. Hasrlund: histor- an, Mrs. O. B. Pearson: chaplain. Miss Lulu Haglund: sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. W. M. Bovls; executive board. Mrs. Henrv Mvhr. Mrs. F. Peterson. Mrs. P. W. Larson. Mrs. Ida E. Larson rave a report of the state convention held at Des Moines. Installation of officers will be held at the next regular meeting. Union Club Holds First Fall Meeting Union: Mesdames Leonard and Frank Cruikshank entertained the Mothers and Daughters club ladies at the first meeting of the new club year last Thursday with a record attendance. A book review was much enjoyed being given by Mrs. Dana Pax- fon of Algona on the "Readers Digest." The constitution was read by the secretary and reports given. Hostess music was given by Lucille Bode and Eva Shackclford playing a cornet duet. "Mellow Moon" and "The Wa'.tz You Saved for Me." The meeting was adjourned to rmet again September 27th with Marie Bode. Mary Keefe will assist here in serving. Carrie Bourne will give a paper on "Songs That Live." Want Upper Des Moines Charles Cretzmeyer, who entered Harvard this week as n preparatory medical student, and Vaugin Rising, who has gone to school at Indiana Tech are both going to keep well informed on local news. They have both ordered The Algona Upper Des Moinra sent to them at thdr new addresses. Sept. 13 ...................... 87 Sept. 14 ..................... 78 Sept. IS, .05 inches rain ...... 58 43 Sept. 16 ...................... 72 86 Sept. 17, .03 Inches rain ...... 67 36 Sept. 18 ..................... 77 46 ALGONA MARKETS Com, a white .................. ».68Vi 2 yellow .................. 67 2 mixed ................... 66% Outs ................. 1 ............. 49 Hog*- Sows Medium weight, 200-300 ........ $6.50 Heavy butchers ................. 6.40 Packing Sows, 300-350 ............ B.70 Packing Sows, 350-400 .......... S.50 Packing Sows, 400-450 .......... 5.40 Light weight* 140 ............ 4.00-4.25 rht weight, 160 ........... 5.00-55C Light weight, 180 ............ 5.00-5.75 Cattle Fat cows ..................... 1.75-255 Cttlvcs ....................... 4.00-5.00 readings .................... 4.00-5.00 Fat steers ................... 5.00-8.00 Stock steers ................ 3.00-4.00 Bulls ......................... 1.50-2.25 Canners and cutters ........ 1.00-150 Poultry Hens, over 4H It* ................ 12c Hens, under 4H W» ............ l»c Ducks ............................ <-5c Turkfcys ......... 1 ................. 8C Springs over 4 Ibs ................. 14c Springs, under 4 bs ............... 12c jfghorns ......... ' ................ Uc ..eghorn hens W. A. MacArthur 111 W. A. MacArthur, editor and publisher of The Burl Monitor, and the Burt postmaster, has been 111 for several days, It was reported here, and the.-e few lines are to Inform Wheaton that his friends down Aleona wav trust he will soon be up and on the go in the near future. Use The Want Ads For Quick Results THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER 12 High Low 86 81 S3 1 20c No. 2 Cream ............................ 24c NEW CARS LICENSED Geo. 6. Schutjer, Titonka, Chevrolet edan; Camilla Engstrom, Lone Rock, Chevrolet sedan; Walter Berglund, Hmore, Plymouth sedan; Jess Dugan, Surt, Ford tudor; Marie Keith, Burt, "•ord sedan; Wayne Keith, Burt, Ford edan; C. O. Jacobson, Fenton, Chev- olet truck; A. J. Martinek, Wesley, Chevrolet coach; H. George Beenken, !lmore, Chevrolet coach; Chris Dahl, 'enton, Chevrolet coach; Albert S. Walker, Whlttemore, Plymouth sedan; ohn Reding, Irvington, Chrysler se- an; Michael Christ, Jr., Lakota, Chev- •olet sedan; J. A. Trainer, Burt, Chev- olet coach; Kyle D. Keith, Algona, Ford tudor; E. M. Olson, Wesky, Ford tudor; Margaret Qulnn, Buffalo Center, Chevrolet coach; Fred Tlgges, Bancroft, Chevrolet coach; Ralph Reding, Ottosen, Plymouth coach. R. E. Berg, Swea City, Ford tudor; Wm. Thompson, Swea City, Chevrolet coach; C. E. Ward, Wesley, Chevrolet coach; Metropolitan Life, Fort Dodge, Chevrolet sedan; D. P. Smith, Algona, Ford tudor; Florence Burtte, Irvington, Chevrolet coupe; Harold A Edmund Frieders, Burt, Chevrolet coach; Jim Pool, Algona, Ford tudor; W. E. Titus, Algona, Studebaker truck. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED John Dietrich, and Isabelle Ries, Rodman, Iowa, Sept. 12. Herbert Zumach and Eldora Dau, Whitbemore, Sept. 14. Henry O. Beenken, Titonka, and Vlr- gie Kardoes, Buffalo Center, Sept. 14. Ronald Swain, Ogden and Esther Claus, Paton, Iowa, Sept. 18. Alvln Schneider, Ajnboy. Minn., and Alee Anderson, Madeila, Minn., Sept. 17. Homer Nye and Opal Roberts, Pu- sho, 8. D., Sept. 17. Paul Eigler, Fenton, and Elsie Kohlwes, Letts Creek, Sept. 18. Leon Beardsley and Dorothy Oier- kc, Mankato, Sept. 18. Kossoth Hospital Mrs. Otto Fisk of Algona. gave birth o a 7 pound baby boy Wednesday morning of this week. John Steil of St. Benedict had his appendix removed Monday evening. Roland Bode of Algnoa had his appendix removed Saturday evening. A baby girl was born to Mrs. Kenneth Harris of Agona Friday. Gerald Onnen of Rockwell City underwent an operation for appendicitis Friday. Omer deary entered the hospital on Wednesday of last week after having suffered a stroke. Charles Trepstra of Britt had his appendix removed Thursday. Kossuth Hospital Lila Schmidt, of Algona had her tonsils removed Wednesday morning. Herman DeBoer of Wesley had his appendix removed Friday. Harry Ward and son, Kendall, entered the hospital Saturday because of injuries received in a runaway. Mrs. Henry Scheppman of Irvington underwent a major operation Monday. Cletus Dorr of St. Benedict had his appendix removed Tuesday evening. the ffllntrc'iiea 1 Presbyterian Church Rev. C. Paul Carlson, Minister Sunday School at 10 a. m. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor t 7 p. m. The Young People's Christian En- leavor society will be held at the State 'ark Sunday evening. It will be in the lature of fireside service. The annual Sunday School and hurch picnic will be held at tht State 'ark Saturday afternoon. Everyone Is 3 invited to be present. Trinity Lutheran Church Rev. P. 3. Braner,' pastor Sunday School and Bible class at 10 . m. English services at 10:30 a. m. Young People's meeting a week from omlng Friday at the church. Religious instructions for children very Saturday at 10 a. m. Baptist Church Arthur SV Haesierl pastor Morning worship at 11 a. m. Even- ng praise service at 7:30 p. m. Sun- ay School at 10 a. m. Young Peopk's odety at 7 p. m. The Wednesday night Bible study will also be ol In- erest to you. This meeting is not >nly for our church but for everyone vho wishes to know tht Word of God better. For Sale FOR SALE—Minnesota sewing machine, cabinet s'.ylf. A-l condition. CaJl 847-W.--Mrs. B. A. Galbj-aith, 110 South Ridgi-ly. _38 LIGHT BULKS A complete assortment. Buy extras and be prepared lor emergencies. Thrct; fur 2U cents. — Hjustroin's. 38 FOR BALK•- Sing'.f haniesy, fik-.s, 3 wrinuori, hard coal heater, auto top and windshield. Call 51-J. 3B FOR SALE—Holstein bull. 15 montha old, $'25.00. Als-J .small cow giving milk $25.00.—A. C. C\irli-le, WluUemon-. 38' FOR SALE—Seme good horses and used Farmall tractors in excellent condition.—H. C. Bauer, Wttley, Iowa. 3b' We have a limited amount of money tc loan on Algona property at 5 per cent.—C. R. LaBarre, Phone 55. 3--tf Save that mam with a. Ves& separator. Users biggest boosters. Medium size, $77.50. Terms—BJusirom's, Algona, Iowa. 3-tf Wanted WANTEO^Wheel chair, will buy or borrow. Call Mrs. Cliai. Po'ter 25KB. 38 Miscellaneous MONEY TO LOAN--I have a lev, thousand dollars of private money that 1 can loan a I a reasonable rate on approved farm loan or business property. —M. P. Haggard. 34-tf Have you tried our Thrifty Waih.— Klrschs Laundry. Phone 261 49-tl With The Dt-ar Tlit piopk- wlio advertise in this M-ctioii of the Algona Upper IXvi Moiin-s always have t, mtthing ijiecilio to off-.r. Tint is one ri-a.->on why the.*ads are always inlertstiag. No tune wasted in generalities. It'i much like taking a shopping trip to these Want-ads. It, may interest you to know that tests made with newspaper readers show Irani 75 to 95'; r.acimg [he Want-ads regularly. DAIHY ANOTHER QUART of Milk while the children are small. It's their guarantee for good health. Prompt delivery service. Call Wood-.icW Dairy. 38 HEALTHY TEETH ONE MILLIGRAM of the soft d posit, scraped from tH. teeth of a person who keeps his mouth clean will con- taln U.OUO.OOO bacteria. The same deposit from dirty teeth may contain tiU.OOO.OOU! No worukr gums become inlliiined. See your dentist. Consult. with him about the care of the teeih. 38 CHIROPRACTOR HEALTH is,. Consult Dr. V. C. Scanlan. C'mropractor. ftes. Phone 755. Sanitarium Stiti. 3a-tt AMBULANCE SERVICE AMBULANCE SERVICE. Phone Algona 11.—M<rritfs Servioe. 3«-14 OUR MODERN ambulance is at your call, djy or night.--Laird & McCul- !<)U|jJl. 38 ELECTRIC WIRING IS YOUR HOME proptriy wired Many homes need reorganization in wiring. We'll help you plan. Phone no. Pratt Electric. 38 For Rent FOR RENT —ti\ut pins,' rooir..-, in mo- cK-ru lwuie.--Mrs. W. H. Lacy, uUB Call St., Algona, Iowa. 3H" FIIOTOGUAFIIER If we had only a PHOlOi iltAHi. 'I'tlat comment Ls olu-n U..UK- alu i it k, all I'^u lat- e - KXep phutu^'-M'''"-- recujdb oi yoor Jamily. Call ai .iur iiudio any lime.—Peterson atuoio. VMll SODA FOUNTAIN RE.MEMUER WHEN the soda foun- i.iin f Aa.j only a summer busin<:,>j. It's a year 'round proposition now. Try one of our delicious malted milks.-Algonquin ConU-clion- ry. 3U BEAUTY SHOP A (iOOl.1 PERMANENT WAVE docs r just happen. U it, |,hu result ol ! -',11;; fxijt ru-nced and caretul attention. I You yet beautilul jM-rmunenls at th I <'ui;.i i.> Mii;<_r Beauty til.op. 3b I PLUMBING ' YOUR PLUML1INU LS i.'.e u.v.,t lin- ;..':!..i.l ijait ol >our holm- 11..- MIH.(I'll' JU'hl Ph.jl.v l.ail..; ..V MUC- INSURANCE OUR PHONE number is 120. Call us for an appointment We shall be glad to conn to your home and discuss insurance matters with you. All without obligation.—R. S. Blossom. 38 POULTRY FEED HENS need a balanced ration for LJ;I; production. Red Top egg mash gives it to them. Get it here for $2.25 <:*•[. Algona Four & Feed. 38 AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING A GOOD TIME right now for that overhauling job Your car deserves it A complete estimate on the woric it >ou wu>h. Elbcil Garage. 3« REAL ESTATE Looking lor an INVESTMENT. Come in UJid M- what We can offer you in a farm '.r city proix-rty. The b«---t "buys' >uu have ever .A...n.C W Nicuuhn 3b BEtR PAKLOU The BKER yuu \u\<: to taste With all i;l !'- olj tiniv ^:p and /.tst at WelU-ll- Congregational Church Church School at 10 o'clock. Morning worship at 11 o'clock. Sermon topic, "Alive to True Values." Tells of Life in State Mental Hosp. Rev. V. V. Schuldt, son-in-law of Rev. C. V. Hulse, was' the speaker at the Rotary luncheon at the Alfjonii Hotel Monday noon. He reviewed a few interesting experiences from hi-, sojourn at an Illinois state hospital for the feeble minded where he had charge of religious work among th-inmates. Luke Linnan delivered a bri'^f oration in observation of Constitution Day and Dr. P. C. Scanlan called for club support of local football teams this fall. The club members wer-e in fine fettle for the program, having consumed part of the prize 4-H club beef at their luncheon. Plum Creek Girl Visiting Here From Washington South Plum Creek: Mrs. Violet Walston from Coville, Washington, formerly a Plum Creek resident, known as Violet Cleary, who lived with her parents here for some years, was visiting old frknds here last week. She had Just returned from St. Louis where she went to see her sick brother, Osmer, who passed away while she was there. She is now visiting at her brother. Omer's home in Algona. who is also ill with a paraletlc stroke suffered recently. On her way back she will visit heir sister, Emma, Mrs. Oratti Platt, living at Estherville. Eugene Walston, Violet's husband, died last February and she expects to live with her son who is married and living on her farm. Washington is a good fruit country where she lives, she says. Every year there Is dry but this year more than usual, which caused the fruit to mature too <arly for best keep- Ing qualities. When they went there a number of years ago they homesteaded a timbered 80 acres, bought a farming 80 adjoining It a little later for a thousand dollars. Thev raise small grain but no corn. On her return she will also visit her sfcubr. Blanch. Mrs. Burt Bradley, living in Arnegard, North Dakota. Hrr brother, Robert, lives near her In Washington. She says the government wheat money was much appreciated out there. Wesley Auxiliary Picks New Officers Wesley: At the regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary to Andrews Pest No. 428 Thursday night, the following members were elected as officers: president, Mrs. Ruth Garman; vice president, Mrs. George Aldrich; cretary, Mrs. Edna Flom; treasurer, Mrs. Celia Bonnstetter historian, Mrs. Edna Flom; cergeartt-at-arms, Mies Laura Wolf; chaplain, Mrs. Viola Stu. der; elective executive board, Mrs. Helen Johnson, Mrs. Maren Flom and Mrs. Martha Welter. Installation will bo held Tuesday evening Sept. 25, on account of the joint county meeting to be held at Bancroft, Thursday nltfht, Sept. 27th when the Ltfciott will <lect their county officers for the coming year. Algona Man Helps Install New Pastor The Rtv. G. H. Schaefer o! Radville, Saskatchewan, Canada, was installed as pastor of the Immanutl Evangelical Lutheran church at Liver- inc;re last Sunday forenoon. A very large crowd attended the installation iervices. The choir and threu children hang appropriate songs. Rev. P. J. Braner of Algona. conducted the itrvKx: and aL-o installed the new pastor. A tit; dumer was served by the Ladles' Aid to all after the services. Kev. ijdiaefer is married and has two children. Plan Democratic Dance The Koisuth Young Democrat club will hold a dance and rally, Monday, Oct. 1, at Uie Algona Country Club, It has been announced by Paul Hamil. A ticket Gale la planned toon Shower for Seneca Betrothed, Tuesday Seneca: A miscellaneous shower was given at the T. H. Doocv home Tuesday afternoon In honor of Ann Marie Lampe of Bancroft who will become the bride of Nick Doocv. Sent. 25th at the St. John's Catholic church of Bancroft. Mrs. George Yaeger of Algona spent several days last week with her daughter, Mrs. Cecil Bailey. Era and ft&tti Kracht are visiting for several days with relatives and friends in Iowa Falls. Mrs. A. T. Paulsen snent Thursday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Henry Hoeck, ST., of Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Rpyman and family and Lavonne Bailey spent Tues- dav evening at the A, T. Paulsen home. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller and then- daughter, Virginia, of Fenton were Sunday visitors at the H. A JReyman home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lamoe returned home Tuesday eveninsr after visiting the past two weeks with relatives In Kansas City, Council Bluffs and other places. Mr. and Mrs. clem Dotson are spending several days at the Worlds. Fair and visiting relatives in Illinois. Mrs. Johanson of Armstrong Is staving with the children. Mrs. Oeonre Anderson and children of Chicago, and Bertha Gardner accompanied the Andersons to Chicago last week after visiting for a few: days with relatives and friends. Read The Want Ads—It Pays. &f&&B(&OBX&X&^^ Fur Sale One Day Only, Saturday, September 22 Chrischilles & Herbst Mr. Harvey Howe, representing Newton Annis, famoUs Detroit fulrrter, with whom we have been doing business for 25 years, will be at this store for one day only, Saturday, September 22nd. Mr. Howe will sell directly from his eight huge cases and will have a complete line of high grade, up-to-the- minute fur coats and jackets. Buy your fur coat from an old reliable fur manufacturer and from a store that has sold quality goods for 64 years. We are stocking a complete line of fur swagger coats this jtear, featuring Australian Ssal and New Zealand beaver. These coats ramge from upwards SPECIAL OFFERING OF IONA SLICED OR HALVES PEACHES 2 S. IJ4 29cSSSS IONA ^•/-\DM ri No. 2 o^ Doz. 11.06 CUKN 3 cans 2/C CMO $2.10 IONA DC A C 9 NO. 2 o c Do «- V 1 - 38 r CA\D J CMM J3C CMB $8.75 FULL STANDARD QUALITY TOMATOES 3 Si IONA GREEN BEANS 3 SJ 1 25c 26 Cc £ SS GnuidmoibWs Bte TwMt. «J. Produce Bananas, 3 Ibs. 23c Jonathan Apples, 4 Ibs. 26c Tokay Grapes, 3 Ibs. 26c Head Lettuce, size 60, 2 for -15c Potatoes, Iowa Cobblers, pk. 25c REll CIRCLE COFFEE »>. BOKAR COFFEE >b. MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE >b. FRESH FISH HALIBUT .-. WHITE HOUSE EVAP. MILK 4 £L GRANMOTIIER'S RYE BREAD 16 loaf 8UN8WEET PRUNES 2 X 5c CANDY BARS & GUM 3 NEW LOW PRICE ON OVALTINE IT U. B. Prfsclna, M. SUndlsh. J. Alden COOKIES 2 box* 35c Circus Color Book With Ask Manager About POULTRY FEED WEEK MyEaBrS* 2.65 2.45 Daily Egg THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA CO. Middle Ledyard School Association Elects Ledyard: Officers of the Purple and Gold it^oc.'alion are as follows' literary board, Lillian Klinluiek, Howard Dyer. Elaine Blonie; forensic, Alice Hagge, Edit,.-) Logan, Beulah Lo'ift; a;ill-tic. Howard Dyvr, Arvid Brandt, EllwotKl Green; mu-->ic, Ella Goetz, HtnncUa. OKK-te. Luetta Gt'lhaUii. Th L - general prudent of all boards Is Huwaid Dy.r; vice president, Elaine BloJiie; i,<:creUiy and treasurer. Mildied Vaughn Skelgas - Hotentot Oil Burners - Maytag Washers, Ironers Philco and Grunow Radios Announcing that we have jiut recently been appointed Grunow's authorized Radio Dealer for thi« vicinty. GRUNOW $22.50 to $149.50 EASY TERMS SPECIAL This Ad Worth $2 mi any new Kadio. (Jood until Oct. l._ B Greater Values SPECIAL This Ad Worth $2 on any new Kadio. Wood until Oct. 1. Philco, Grunow Radios • Frrghhire • Vega Separators L&MADi. TflBE.: ...... 21c 25c 31c 22c 23c 7c 25c 10c 31c

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