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PAGE FOUR
FIRST MENNONITE CHURCH
H. T. Unruh, Pastor
Thursday 7:15 p. m. Cottage pray
er meetings at D. C. Bixel home on
Lawn avenue Levi Oberly home
Cherry street Noah Zuereher home
South Main street. All are welcome
to attend any one of these prayer
meetings.
SUNDAY:
9:00 a. m. Church school and
election of Church school officers.
10:00 a. m. Morning worship.
Sermon by Rev. John Theissen, re
turned missionary from India.
6:00 p. m. Intermediate C. E.
7:00 p. m. Junior C. E.
Evening service—Special music
program by college students, instru
mental and vocal—Come and wor
ship with us.
EVANGELICAL REFORMED
CHURCHES
Emil Burrichter, Pastor
Emmanuel’s:
Men’s Brotherhood meets on Thurs
day evening at St. John’s church at
8:00 o’clock.
Catechism instruction Saturday at
10:00 a. m.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Public worship at 10:45 a. m.
The W. M. S. meets on Dec. 6th
with Mrs. Lillian Anderson for the
Christmas program.
St. John’s:
Men’s meeting announced above.
Choir Thursday at 7:30 p. m. Be
prompt.
Sunday School Board meeting Fri
day evening at 7:30.
Catechism Saturday at 8:30 a. m.
Public worship at 9:15 a. m.
Mission Band program between
church and Sunday school services.
Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. Re
ligious Education offering.
Junior C. E. at 6:30 p. m.
Consistory Monday at 7:30 p. m.
The G. H. M. C. is postponed one
week.
The G. M. G. will meet Monday
evening at 7:30 with Miss Kathleen
Nis wander.
EBENEZER MENNONITE
P. A. Kliewer, Pastor
Thursday: Primary election of
Sunday school officers 7:30 p. m.,
with a short devotional service.
Friday: Rev. O. Bartchwitz, for
mer missionary to Chile South
America, (16 years). For some time
Pastor of churches, evangelist in
Germany-Czecho-Slavakia and Po
land. Having made 6 trips, the last
time returning in June, 1939. Will
be in our church 7:45 p. m.
SUNDAY:
Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
Sermon 10:30 a. m. by Rev. 0.
Bartchwitz.
Christian Endeavorers 7:30 p. m.
Mission program.
Mission speaker, Rev. O. Bartch
witz 8:15 p. m.
Our Aim, to reach America for
Christ Our calling, to prepare the
way for Christ Our Message, to
hurches
You get it in a
preach Christ, the crucified and risen
Christ Our Slogan, win a lost soul
for Christ Our Prayer, that all may
hear Christ Our Desire, to magnify
the word and Christ Our Motto,
that we might know Christ and Our
Hope, the glory of the Saints in
Christ.
MISSIONARY CHURCH
A. F. Albro, Pastor
Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
Morning worship 10:30 a. m.
Young People’s society 7 p. m.
Evangelistic service 7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30
p. m.
Everybody’s Bible class Friday at
7:30 p. m.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
J. A. Weed, Minister
Wednesday: 7:00 p. m. Midweek
devotional service.
THURSDAY:
3:45 p. m. Junior Choir rehearsal.
7:00 p. m. Senior Choir rehearsal.
7:15 p. m. Allen County School of
Religion and Life, at Trinity Meth
odist church, Lima.
SUNDAY:
9:00 to 11:00 a. m. Unified service:
Worship, Lesson study, Sermon. Dr.
George Cutschall will speak on “A
Program for World Peace.”
6:00 p. in. Epworth League devo
tional service and Young People’s
Choir rehearsal.
TUESDAY:
2:00 p. m. Ladies Aid Society will
meet at the parsonage.
8:00 p. m. Woman’s Missionary
Society will meet at the home of
Mrs. Ross Bogart, 322 Cherry street.
Miss Theola Steiner is program
leader.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
(Above Postoffice)
Sunday services at 10:30 a. m.,
subject: “God the Only Cause and
Creator.”
Testimonial meeting at 7:30 Wed
nesday evening.
The reading room at the church is
open every Wednesday from 2:00 to
4:00 p. m. The public is invited to
all services and to visit the reading
room.
This society is a branch of the
Mother Church, the First Church of
Christ Scientist, Boston, Mass.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
L. B. Remaley, Pastor
Thursday:
7:30 p. m. Ever Ready Class meet
ing at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Ray
Luginbuhl.
Sunday:
9:15 a. m. Sunday school.
10:15 a. m. Communion service.
6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor. The
Topic: “Into All the World.”
Come and worship with us!
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FORD
THE BLUFFTOJ
Armorsville
Recent callers at the Jane Rayl
home were: Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
Downey and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Will Hilty, Mrs. Hattie Turner, of
Pennsylvania Mrs. Loren Riley, of
Lima Mrs. Robert Matter, Mr. and
Mrs. Lurty Baugher and Mr. and
Mrs. Daryl Robnolte and son Gene,
of Toledo Charles Sisk, of Detroit
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oehrli, Mr.
and Mrs. T. A. Wolfley and daughter
Betty.
Protracted meetings are in prog
ress at the Liberty Chapel church.
All are invited to attend, starts at
7:30.
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. I. Moore and Raymond
Tuttle were Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Moore and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Beagle and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Dale Moore, all of Detroit Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Zimmerly and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hall and
family and Shirley Ann Shanklin.
Those that spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. O. P. Hartman and son
were Mr. Arthur Hartman, Mr. and
Mrs. Benny Monroe and son, all of
Detroit Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hartman
and son John, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Grismore and daughters.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hilty and son
of Columbus spent Thanksgiving and
the week end with the former’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hilty and
family.
Sunday afternoon callers of Mrs.
Eva Montgomery and Mrs. Hannah
Swank were Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Zay,
Mrs. Linda Swank, Mr. and Mrs.
Vaughn Spellman and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Schantz and son
and Miss Esther Gratz.
Mrs. Sarah Oates and son called
at the H. O. Hilty home Sunday
afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCafferty and
Patsy McCafferty called Sunday on
Mrs. Maud Arnold of Dunkirk.
Sunday dinner guests of Miss
Margaret Guider and Mr. and Mrs.
Wayne Guider and daughter were
Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Guider, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Guider and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Flemming and
family, Geraldine Guider, Donald,
Max and Billy McCafferty.
Robert Matter and Esther Gratz
spent Sunday at the Chas. Mont
gomery home.
Mrs. Mabel Hilty called Thursday
evening at the Eva Montgomery
home.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Wilkins
and family were Sunday dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A.
Klingler and son of Findlay.
Dorothy, Geneva and Treva Gris
more spent Thanksgiving with their
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. P.
Hartman.
OPEN LODGE MEETING
Public installation of recently
elected officers will be held by the
Bluffton Eastern Star chapter in the
Masonic hall, Thursday night, De
cember 7 at 8 o’clock, it was an
nounced this week. Each member
will have the privilege of bringing
a guest.
^remendous—
~JLrifles
By ELMO SCOTT WATSON
U. S. BECOMES “UNCLE SAM”
LpARLY In the Nineteenth century
Ebenezer and Samuel Wilson were
large landowners and meat packers
near Troy, N. Y. Well-liked by every
body, they were tamilarly known as
“Uncle Eb” and “Uncle Sam.”
Soon after the outbreak of the War
of 1812 New York and New Jersey
militia were camped near Albany. El
bert Anderson, Jr. of New Jersey, was
given the contract for supplying them
with meat
Anderson appointed Samuel Wilson
as an inspector to see that the meat
was good and properly packed. On
every barrel which he passed Wilson
stamped the letters “U. S.—E. A.” sig
nifying that it was supplied to the
United States government by Elbert
Anderson.
One day a soldier asked an Irish
employee of Wilson’s the meaning of
these letters. “Wiry, that means El
bert Anderson and Uncle Sam," he re,
plied. “Uncle Sam who?” his ques
tioner persisted.
"Why, don’t you know?” the Irish
man said Jokingly. “That means Uncle
Sam Wilson. He owns all the land
near here and he’s feeding the army."
This remark was taken up and re
peated by the soldiers and in a short
time the use of the term became wide
spread. An Irishman’s witty reply
to a soldier’s question thrust unexpect
ed fame upon Samuel Wilson and re
sulted in a personification which car
toonists made familiar throughout the
world.
C. Western Newspaper Union.
Use of Nicknames
Nicknames are the language of
gangland, but they are also the lan
guage of the nursery, the play
ground, the world of sports, the
business world, international af
fairs, the world of science, the bat
tlefield and even of institutions of
higher learning. Thomas Jonathan
Jackson did not feel bad about be
ing called “Stonewall.” When
Great Britain wants to strut a bit it
thinks of itself as “John Bull,” and
when the United States has some
thing to be proud of it says “Look
at your Uncle Sam.”
NEWS, BLUFFTON, OHIO
Settlement
William Burkholder put in a large
number of tile for Homer Reichen
bach and is now’ working on Willard
Moser’s farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kanagy and
two sons of Wampum, Penn., visited
with relatives over the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Albaugh of
Navarre, Ohio, and Miss Ethel Mills
of Massilon, Ohio, accompanied Miss
Eudora Lehman to spend several
days with her father. They were
all Sunday visitors in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Milford Haas.
Communion services were held at
the St. John church last Sunday.
Rev. D. J. Unruh left on Monday
for Mountain Lake, Minn., where he
is to conduct a series of services.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hilty and
family of Mt. Blanchard, O., visited
with relatives in this vicinity on
Sunday.
Miss Mary Haas, missionary from
Africa is to bring the morning mes
sage at the St. John church next
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer J. Kohli and
daughter, Mary Ellen of Chatham,
O., spent Saturday night and Sunday
at the home of E. D. Kohli and Mr.
and Mrs. H. M. Kohli and family.
Other members of the family who
were Sunday dinner guests were:
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kohli, Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Gallant, of Columbus,
Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Kohli,
of Ottawa Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Kohli and son Allan, Mrs. Susie
Boaz and daughter Ruth and son
Harold, Dr. and Mrs. Forrest Yoder,
Alice Jeanne and Bob, of Bellevue.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wenger and
son Bobby, of La caster, spent
Thanksgiving at the home of Mrs.
Frank Logan in Columbus Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Bixler and
family of Elkton, Mich., visited at
the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Adam Bixler for several days
last week.
Lehman Bros, are shredding corn
for farmers in the Linwood neigh
borhood.
Lantz Wynkoop is again “sunning”
himself dowTn in Florida w’here he
has spent the past few winters.
Oscar Lora is assisting Omar
Gratz with repair work about his
buildings.
Miss Elizabeth Hilty who has been
bedfast for a long time was not well
during the past week.
Mrs. G. T. Soldner has not been
well since the first of the week.
Rolland Reichenbach, Harold Dil
ler, Earl Lehman, and Chauncey
Schumacher, members of a boys’
quartet, sang last Sunday morning
at the First Mennonite church, at
Bluffton, and in the evening they
sang at the Mennonite church in
Berne, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Myers and
family of Berne, and Mr. and Mrs.
Herman Myers of Monroe, Ind.,
visited some of their relatives in the
community over Sunday.
Pleasant Hill
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Huber and
family were Sunday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Huber and son.
Past week callers of Mr. and Mrs.
Dennis Brauen and family were: Mr.
and Mrs. Lloyd Brauen, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Fidg, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Kemph and family, Mrs. Bertha
Miller, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Flemming and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis
Roby and family.
Mrs. Guy Younkman, Mrs. Will
Younkman and Mrs. Maurice Ander
son called Thursday afternoon on
Mrs. Arthur Phillips and Mrs. Harold
Younkman.
Elton Younkman is a patient at
the Bluffton hospital.
Mr. Norval Scoles and daughter
Salome, Walter Booth, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Althauser and Raymond
Thompson were Thursday visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. John Rupright.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Deigler of
Gilboa Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Huber
and daughter Lillian, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Smith and son, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Hess and family were
Sunday dinner quests of Mrs. Lily
i Fett and Nellie Huber.
Thanksgiving day guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Zimmerman and Mr.
H. P. Zimmerman were: Mr. and
Mrs. Elmer Long and family, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Zimmerman and
son, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Zimmer
man and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Zimmerman
were Thursday evening visitors of
Mr. and Mrs. Cal Herr.
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Brauen and
family were Thursday dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Reichenbach
and family.
Thanksgiving day visitors in the
Wm. Lugibihl home were: Miss Lois
Long, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mont
gomery and son, Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Zerbe, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lugibihl
and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs.
Daniel Younkman and family.
Norman Lugibihl spent Friday and
Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
Montgomery and son of Fort Re
covery.
Mr. and Mrs. Avery Watt and
family and Mr. and Mrs. Willard
Jennings and family were Sunday
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd
Woods and family.
Mrs. Lily Fett and Nellie Huber
were Sunday evening visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. Sidney Huber.
Vesper Speaker
JOHN Nevin Sayre, chairman
of the Fellowship of Recon
cilation, New York city, who
will speak at the Bluffton college
vesper service Sunday afternoon
at 3 o’clock in the chapel. His
subject will be “New Light on
the Way of the Cross”.
Burial In Clymer
Cemetery Friday
Interment of the remains of Mrs.
Glenn Ludwig, 62, of Leipsic, was
made in the Clymer cemetery north
of Bluffton, Friday afternoon. Mrs.
Ludwig’s death occurred unexpected
ly in Toledo while visiting at the
home of her daughter in that city.
Funeral services were held in
Leipsic, Friday with Rev. Shafer of
the Church of Christ of that place
officiating. Surviving are her hus
band and two daughters.
Those from this place attending
the funeral services included Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs.
Eli Deppler, Mrs. Mattie Morrison
and Miss Alice Ludwig, all cousins
of Mr. Ludwig.
Students Home
For Thanksgiving
Among the Bluffton young people
attending college who were home for
the Thanksgiving vacation were:
Josephine Niswander from Heidel
berg college, Tiffin.
Mary Marshall, Bowling Green
State university.
Roberta Biery, Oberlin college.
Carlton Wilson, Dayton university.
Ropp Triplett, Harold Schultz,
University of Cincinnati.
Richard Wenger, Case School of
Applied Science, Cleveland.
James Bixel, Cincinnati Conserva
tory of Music.
Herbert and Ralph Marshall, Ohio
State university.
Boosters To Play
At Lima Thursday
Bluffton Boosters will meet their
first foe of the season in Lima
league play at Lima this Thursday
night when they face a strong Brad
field Center team.
Among those on this year’s squad
are Herb Kindle, Dwight Diller,
Marion Fisher, Bert Swank, Bob
Murray, John Stonehill, Evan Soash,
Jim Morrison, Flash Tripplehom,
Jim Miller, Hank Detwielr, Paul
Todd, Sam Tripplehorn and Jack
Clark.
150 Out-Of-Town
Men Quartered Here
Approximately 100 men employed
in laying the new 10-inch Buckeye
Pipe Line thru this area, now are
quartered in Bluffton, and 50 more
are expected here by the close of the
week.
Rooming accommodations have been
obtained for the entire group, it was
announced. The peak crew of 150
will room in Bluffton about three
weeks.
The new 10-inch crude oil pipe line
is being laid from Lima to Cygnet,
a distance of about 46 miles. Fol
lowing the present right-of-way, the
new line will run thru Bluffton east
of and parallel to the Nickel Plate
railroad tracks.
STOCK SALES
Service bulls Shorthorns and
Brown Swiss $1.50 Guernseys, Jer
seys and Herefords $1.00, plus 5
cents per mile one way. All bulls
t. b. and Bang tested. Ten bulls in
service. C. N. Long & Son. Phone
Ada Red 1360. tf
For sale—Stock calves at Locher
sale stable. N. P. Steiner. tf
Service bulls, Guernseys and Short
horns also male hog. Fees $1. Mile
age 5 cents one way. Freeman Kling
ler, Lafayette Phone 187. 31
For sale—Jersey-Guernsey cow 5
years old with nice heifer calf by side.
Noah Badertscher, 1*4 miles north of
Beaverdam.
For sale—Shorthorn and Hereford
Calves, wt. from 325 to 600 lbs. Amos
Thut, Bluffton, Ohio. Uhone 329-W.
For sale—12 weaning pigs. Wayne
Hutchinson, 3 miles south of Beaver
dam.
For sale—2 fresh cows ,one Hol
stein and one Shorthorn. Mrs. Wm.
Fett, 2% miles east of Beaverdam on
Lincoln.
Seven groups, each including five
stamps, will be included in the Fam
ous American Series of commemora
tive postage stamps, the release of
which is expected to start in Decem
ber.
Values of the stamps will range
from one to ten cents, including the
two, three and five-cent denomina
tions.
Altho the actual date for the ap
pearance of the first stamps has not
been announced, release of the initial
series is expected sometime in Decem
ber.
On the stamps in the seven groups
will be authors, artists, composers,
educators, inventors, poets and scient
ists.
The order in which each of the fam
ous Americans have been assigned to
their respective groups was decided by
their birth dates—the oldest of the
group being given the lowest denom
ination.
The artist group inclulks’ Gilbert
Charles Stuart on the James
A. McNeill Whistle^ ph the 2-cent
August Saint-Gaudens on tile 3-ceht,
Daniel Chester French on the 5-cent
and Frederic Remington on the 10
cent.
Authors will'be Washington Irvin
on the 1-cent James Fenimore Coop
er on the 2-cent Ralph Waldo Emer
son on the 3-cent Louisa May Alcott
on the 5-cent and Samuel L. (Mark
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THURSDAY, NOV. 30, 1939
Famous Americans Honored In New
U. S. Commemorative Stamp Series
Twain) Clemens on the 10-cent.
Composers will be Stephen Collins
Foster on the 1-cent John Phillips
Sousa, on the 2-cent Victor Herbert
on the 3-cent Edward A. McDowell
on the 5-cent and Ethelbert Nevin on
the 10-cent.
Educators will be Horace Mann on
the 1-cent Mark Hopkins on the 2
cent Chares W. Elliot on the 3-cent
Frances E. Willard on the 5-cent and
Booker T. Washington on the 10-cent.
Inventors wil be Eli Whitney on the
1- cent Samuel F. B. Morse on the 2
cent Cyrus H. McCormick on the 3
cent Elias Howe on the 5-cent and
Alexander Graham Bell on the 10-
Poets will be Henry W. Longfellow
on the 1-cent John G. Whitier on the
2- cent James Russell Lowell on the
3- cent Walt Whitman on the 5-cent
and James Whitcomb Riley on the 10
cent.
Scientists will be John James Au
dubon on the 1-cent Dr. Crawfor
Long on the 2-cent Luther Burbank
on the 3-cent Dr. Walter Reed on the
5-cent and Jane Addams on the 10
cent.
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NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT
Estate at Hazel McCone, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that Julia McCune
whose Post Office address is 160 Geiger St.,
Bluffton, Ohio, has been duly appointed and
qualified as administratrix of the Estate of
Hazel McCune, late of Allen County, Ohio,
Dated this 27th day of November. 1939.
RAYMOND P. SMITH.
Judge of the Probate Court,
33 Allen County, Ohio.
BUY MASTER MIX CONCENTRATES
BY THE TON SAYE THE DIFFERENCE
30% Molasses Steer Feed............................................... $35.50
30% Blending Feed.......................................................... 35.50
32% Dairy Concentrate.................................................. 39.50
43% Master Soy Bean Meal............ .............................. 39.50
40% Hog Concentrate.................................................... 51.50
34% Poultry Concentrate............................................... 55.50
We Buy Corn, Oats, Wheat, Soybeans.
MASTER FEED MILL
EIGHT O’CLOCK
AP) O E E
3 39=
WHITEHOUSE
MILK
6^ 35c
CHEESE, Wisconsin...................................................... 1b 21c
BEET SUGAR.............................................100-lb bag $525
CHERRIES, Red Sour Pitted.......................... No. 2 can 10c
ROMAN CLEANSER, plus dep...................... qt. 10c
WALDORF TISSUE PAPER................................. 4 rolls 17c
OXYDOL or RINSO .. .|............................ 2 Ige. pkgs. 39c
PRUNES, Santa Clara................................. 2-1b pkg. 12c
ROLLED OATS, Sunnyfield.............................Ige. pkg. 15c
NAVY BEANS.........................................................4 lbs. 17c
CORN FLAKES, Sunnyfield........................2 Ige. pkgs. 15c
CH IPSO, Flakes or Granules.......................... Ige. pkg. 19c
PILLSBURY PANCAKE FLOUR.............................pkg. 10c
SUPER SUDS, Blue.............................. 2 Ige. pkgs. 37c
MATCHES, AfrP................................................. 6 boxes 21c
PANCAKE FLOUR, Sunnyfield.......... ... 5-1b bag 15e
BUTTER, Sihrerbrook............................................... 1b 32c
PUMPKIN, A&P................................... 3 No. 2Vi cons 25c
DAILY EGG SCRATCH FEED 100 lbs. $ 1.63
DAILY EGG LAYING MASH IQ0lb$.$2.20
MASH SUPPLEMENT, 32% ,. 100 lbs. $2.60
DAILY MILK DAIRY FEED, 16% 100 lbs. $ 1.34
PASTRY FLOUR, Sunnyfield.............. 2414-16 bag 61 e
MACARONI or SPAGHETTI, Encore..........3-16 pkg. 21e
PEANUT BUTTER, Sultana............................ 2-16 jar 23c
SALAD DRESSING, Ann Page.......................... quart 27e
TOBACCO, 10c Sise...............................................pkg. 8c
KETCHUP, Ann Pago..................................14-ox. bot. 10c
CHOCOLAli DROPS...........................................2 lbs. 19c
MUSTARD, Harbauer .................................qt. 10c
APPLE BUTTER.............................................7tt-16 jar 39e
SPARKLE GELATIN DESSERTS.....................3 pkgs. 10c
RITZ CRACKERS...............................................1b pkg. 21c
CAMPBELL'S BEANS..........................3—1 -IB cans 23c
CORN or TOMATOES............................ 4 No. 2 cans 27c
RAISINS, Seedless..................................... 4-1b pkg. 27c
GOLD MEDAL FLOUR............................ 2414-16 bog 89c
PILLSBURY FLOUR...............................24!4-1b bag 87c
OLEOMARGARINE, Sure Good..........................2 lbs. 21c
LARD, Sunnyfield........................................4-1b pkg. 33c
HOCKLESS SMOKED
PICNICS
17c
JUICY FLORIDA
ORANGES
Pineapple Variety
2 29c
SLAB
BACON
19c
TEXAS MARSH SEEDLESS
Grapefruit
10 29c
A&P FOOD STORES
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