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Page Six Returns From California Mr. And Mrs. L. D. Hack Mrs. Hal Briggs returned late; Entertain 01“ Friends Friday evening from seven- Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. She was accompanied by Hugh S. Davis, of Chehalis. I was Ithan 40 years at Bode, Iowa, neighboring town to the former i home of the Hacks'. Mr. and Mrs. ‘ Gangstad now of Los Angeles, , Calif., were on their way back to Iowa to visit the old home town. Say It WITH FLOWERS They Bring Comfort and Happiness FUNERAL DESIGNS AND HOSPITAL BOUQUETS 'fielivered anywhere, anytime Travis Floral Shop Shelton Hardware Bldg. Phone 232 270-W Capitol Hill Club W'ill Meet May 29 ‘ The Capitol Hill Club will meet ‘ at the home of Mrs. BIIelah Hel- v ser at 1 p. m. Thursday, May 29. I A 1 o’clock luncheon will be serv- ed. Mrs. Julia Jackson is the assisting hostess. ' 7remntz'vefledz’cinex “on THE SIGNIFICANCE or H m outrun ms "I!!! van mu “Your Doctor wants to KEEP you well” is emphatically and literally true. both of the individual physician and of medical scientists in general. The administration of drugs. surgery and treatment of dis- ease are by no meansathe sole functions of the modern dactor and scientist. He is just as active in the prevention of disease as in curing it. Spreading the ospel of health rules and hygienic living is prevention of ii -health: establishment of clinics for the control of infant mortality is prevention of unnecessary death; tuberculosis societies and sanitovla. can- cer institutes. and hundreds of scientific research bureaus ~— all are laboring to prevent as well as cure disease. Prenatal care is to prevent unnecessary suffering and death: school supervision of health is to promote better bodies and minds and prevent disease; all were worked out by doctors in their battle for. better health and less sickness. Th‘b proper dl’ainage of mosquito-breeding marshland is pm- venta‘on, but back of that piece of public-health engineering. the scientist had to discover that malaria was caused by mosquitoes. Administering vaccines and serums prevents smallpox, diphtheria. typhoid, whooping cough and other diseases, but years of patient work by medical men went into perfecting these instruments of “preventive” medicine. Telling you over and over to “have a complete ex- < amination once a year“ is “preventive medicine," in that it locates trouble l.\! TIME and helps your doctor to keep you well. Every year the physician in his daily practice becomes more and more a fin 0mm” RICHARD E. GRENBEQG. Pr‘op. ll IIIIIt mscawmns Is lHE mllSl llllPlllllHlll IIII 0F III BUSINESS || ears weekly In this papr. I Best Wishes 1941 Graduates , “Telling the Public About the Doctor" app Fir Drug Store M. Gan gstad ‘ weeks‘ visit in Long Beach, Calif. I were callers at the L. D. Hack Mrs. I home on Monday. Mr. Gangstad in the drug business more and Mrs. D. R. Pittenger. IAmerican Legion Auxiliary jllolds Tuesday Meeting 1 The regular meeting of the ’. American Legion A iliary was held Tuesday, May 2 th in the ' Memorial Building. Report of the I '-—-——-— Junior Conference was given by! ‘ Mrs. Marjorie Valley. Mrs. VVit-l‘ siers, newly—elected fourth Dist-I l'ict president, was '— introduced. Those attending the conference at l Mrs. Eunice Curtiss Orting told of the meeting. lTalk, Highly Enjoyed Sale of the tickets for the} sponsored movie "Land of Lib-I, crty" will begin this week. Mrs. ,‘the Northwest, again thrilled Shel- Clara Angle, chairman, is having! tonites when she spoke before c. the headquarters in the Western} large gathering of Shelton Gar-gthe junior high auditorium. With, den Club members and visitors. Mrs. H. M. Wivell acting as chair- This was the first 'time the public' Union Railway Express office! where tickets may be had from,I Mary Dobson. Mrs. Mervyn Wi-I I vell, memorial chairman, announc- .es that several, are making cedar; wreaths to decorate the gravesi i has heard Mrs. Curtiss. though the Garden Club members have had the pleasure twice before. Be- sides being very clever in flower arranging, Mrs. Curtiss has a definite sense of humor which intrigued all‘present. The mem- bers had brought an unusually fine display of flowers, which were individually discussed by Curtiss, bringing out the The members are asked to bring :their extra flowers to the Mem- Iorial Building Friday morning to! tarrange bouquets. The following ‘nominations were submitted by. the committee: President, Eva? ; Binns and Vera Duffield; lst vice- . president, Minnie Wivell and Mar- ,jorie Valley; 2nd vice-president, ‘improvement. This feature was: ,‘Alberta Landers and Esther Per— ! especially enjoyed. She also iry; secretary, Rae Melcum; treas- made several arrangements in inter, Mary Dobson; sei'geant-at-lbowls that the members had? ‘ arms, Ida Jemison and Vera. brought. .Coates; chaplain, Ethel Soule andi ment were the red roses in .‘Mabel Johnson; historian, Beryle,I IFaubert and Sadie Munson; ex- i arrangement of yellow roses in 5 ecutive committee, Ada Clothier, I a blue vase, Mrs. Alfred Killmer‘s Eula M'unson, Mamie Earl, Etna! Eliason and Lucy Needham. Nom- ‘inations are still open and elec-; tion will be held June 3. The; Vnominating committee was Flor- entine Connolly, Esther Perry, and Martha Witsiers. Interesting“ colored slides by Mr. Lauber were} shown by Mr. Andrews, who included some of his own. Betty; Lee Jemison read a paper titled! “What Is 100'/(‘ Americanism?“ which she wrote and entered in, the nation-wide contest for thej rangements for Olipant scholarship. The entrant must be a senior in high school and her mother a member in the‘ American Legion Auxiliary. Miss; Jemison was the only entry from Shelton. tus in blossom. Mrs. Wright sent In Mexican Hat plants which were among the members. appear Journal. the i open house ‘ asked to phone Mrs. George Crop— per. The club wishes to thank at this time the following for dona~ tions: Frank Bishop, Shelton Wo- men's Club and George Cropper. (ll-5.0.8. Girls And Mothers ‘ Hold Picnic Saturday i The C.S.C.S. Girls and Mothers i met. for a picnic luncheon at Spen- cer Lake on Saturday. Swimming 6 Eagles Hold Meeting I Monday Evening At the regular meeting of LIN.- ? Eagles Monday evening final plans {were made for the public turkey mer, Eleanor Anne Booth, Shir- : ley Burrell, Lola Rae Barger, An— 5 Ina Lou Elliott, Bernadine Ogg,; Shirley, Beverly and Chloe Dick—I finson, Shirley Abel, Doris Bech- told, Marjorie Constable, Laurene= Lundquist, Nadine Evans, Joan' Tice. BObbie Lee Evans, RiChaI‘dI man, Tressa Cooper, Bertha Lord Constable, Mrs. Bernhard Winiecq and Chance Hopland, Refresh; ki. MI‘S- ErneSt B00th. MI‘S. Lau-‘ ments were served during the rence Burrell, Mrs. Abel, Mrs; C. 0. Troy, Mrs. Tice, Mrs. Oliver; officers win be June 9, Constable, Mrs. Ethel Lundquist, cial club will A~ report on the great success of the 14th birthday anniversary party was given. About 50 1a- dies were present, all dressed like kiddies of 14. Games were play- ed and gifts presented to four charter members, Bertha Ditt- The so- meet with Eva Baptist Women Will Meet Wednesday , eon. I The Baptist Women's Union will: I I Usher At Wedding hold their regular 1:00 o'clock' Mrs. H. C. Brodie, in Olympia. I to be in attendance. I ' Missi'Tallman chose a quiet fam- for you throughout the store. All priced for SAVINGS 5 READY—TO- TISTE GOWN as cut and beauti- l'ul trimmed. 34 to 42. Beautyul , . , .. Raven 're a EATON ,PANTIIIA ' t . [A . , Petal-soft rayon in 9: \ smart Sure" all popular styles! ’ Dresses sl’on'r arouses 9 S ai'tiy tailored style! i.; at S l) broadmloth! Col— . ors! ' Smoot rayon Vprnfitst Iln {Eye}; . . : ‘ :11 : 0< munxnncmnrs ,‘n‘hiffig‘flip‘milglfél e 5 Sport type prints on sheer cotton batiste. _ {BRIGHT Toilorcd SLACKS , .. Finn raynns! smart ‘ I‘m'l‘mmg cottons! Bright col~ ‘ 0m! . Sports- Bloomstick SKIRTS wear Colorful cotton .prlnts Girls’ Sport SLACKS Couons and “Wong! 9 Women's colorful ' ~l ’— ‘ ~ . , printed p a) com”! bt‘npcs! “14' 8 suits! Sturdy slacks! Smart- alls‘i'! Everything you need lur Infant's SUN SUITS _ summer! Cunning styles! Secr- ‘MEN's snacxs 4.98 Smart and cool. f. .‘ Absorbent I!“ Terr HAND nnos M y White or colors. / Towels Big .26" Steel Suitcase ‘ Sturdy wood frame! .7 \ gaff." 5‘ Lea’her mn‘ Husky. quick-drying! Grand for beach or home! Colorful Stripes! 21"'Wéekend Case Big. 22"x44" size. ' Woven DOUBLE strip- ed covering! Rayon- lined! ‘ Poul-Vac Vac. Bottle Value! Keeps drinks hot or cold. Metal 2.98 79¢ 39’ 1:5.¢ Men's Sport Thick 'N Thin Rayons Smart prints and plain colors. Hand — washable! TERRY TOWELS Gay checks. stripes or solids. Very husky! With woven design on too. Luncheon Cloth sateen with pl'jntt‘d (le- (lay Lustrous cheery signs. 46" OIL CLOTH Prints or white! Big value. Slightly irrcg- in”: l‘ahrir shrinkage will not exceed 1’:- I .J._c. We’ve spent all our working hours learning at first hand exactly what you folks I ask for! Come in and see for yourself what a fine lot of bargains we have waiting SAVINGS FOR BRIGHT GIRLS . . . MEN’S AND BOYS’ WEAR... up, BUYS FOR YOUR HOME . . . SUMMER SHOES FOR ALL THE FAMILY . . Qtu_uzr_co..uuc_., ily wedding, with Miss Velma Bennett her only attendant. Lit- tlc Jacqueline and Jane Trulling- er, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. IJ. Truman Trullinger, were flow- er girls. Glenn Norling of Seat- tle was best man and Mayor Tru- _man Trullinger was usher with IMr. Brodie. Mrs. Brodie was also a guest at the wedding. Mooso Ladies Keep Moose Heart Day The Ladies of the Moose enter- tained in honor of their Moose Heart Day, with the Moose Heart committee, Mrs. Mabel, Hall and Mrs. Lura Hurst in charge. ' , WEATR‘ VALUES . . . . SMART COTTON FROCKS~ Colorful prints to wear ing talk on Mooso Heart and the things it stands for in the care the departed members, following musical numbers, violin solo, Miss Lovon Lambert; violin ,duet, Jean Eveleth and Charlene 'Hurst, accompanied by Douglas Larson, and a solo by Douglas Lar- son. all summer. Practical! Broadcloth HOUSECOATS Wrap-around and zipper 1.00 l l models. Prints. Stripes! l flower-trimmed I i I JEAN NEDRA* HATS Pretty straws Mrs. Eva. Yurman Feted “’ith Shower . given Sunday evening at the Ira IYule»hbme in honor of Mrs. Eva .I Yurman who is. leaving soon for TD'etroit Lakes, Minnesota. RAYON SATIN SLIPS Special values in rich fut)- l‘lcs! Camisole Type. 1 10 RTSW GIRL? SP0 EAR fall journey to Kodiak where I Playsuits, ga IMr. Yurman is employed. Games‘ “Mk-5 ------- """""""" " and refreshments were enjoyed by GIRLS’ SWIM SUITS Rayon with snug-fitting “Lastcx.” Many styles! the following friends: Mrs. 'Grand- ma’ Griggs, Mrs. William Griggs, Mr. and Mrs. Homer McComb, Mr. and Mrs. George McCreary, .98 sucker. Mrs. Frank Russell, Mrs. Gladys . _ Clark, Mrs. Charlotte Gardner, ghirtaa Shorgfiultiflefl a ¢ ‘5’; (tool: Smart! rElN’S‘ SPORT SWRTS the honoredguest, Mrs. Yunnan t t. t . . ' l . « Cf)???“ fishing and .Y . Straw Supt-3:1?an 9 and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Yule. b it! s! 3:”, sh", sum" . Hats SHIRTS, SHORTS. BRIEFS Attend Distnct'Moeting m bright summer col< ,:\ , Sanforized broadcloth 49 Friday, Mrs_ M_ Smith of ors! .1 shorts! Absorbent shirts Hoodsport’ Mrs. D. R. Pitten ex. mm," "Mmmg. ' ¢ ‘ ’ SHIRT and LONGIE SETS andv‘Mrs. w. R! Brodt' atten ed - _ . .auS' m V N . 3, .1 ,1 V, . _.,.d _, N . sain‘orlzed Su-Lin!‘ .mp- ,28 the district meeting of the W0- gg’ggzeea (g‘ffimgsz Vgfixegf) as m “d N o“ 1”" at‘dyed- FW'” 1 men’s Society for Christian Ser- vicain Olympia.» Theladies, rep- resenting. the local group, were part of the delegates from the northern division totaling about 150 representatives. ; M'E M o RII'A'L _nnncn Friday, May 30 Springwater Camp Near Lilliwaup HOOD CANAL Dancing. Every Saturday CHENILLE SPREADS Beautiful designs in soft lccp pile chenille. Value TAILORED PANELS Novelty nets At DIMITY PRINTS Lovely Cotton prints with delicate cording. yd 4.98 50¢ 19¢ Women’s SPORT SHOES. In White and Brown ....................... .. MEN’S SLACK SHOES Men’s Slack Shoes Sturdy Leather. Comft. 1 .98 Mrs. Eunice Curtiss, well known ‘ authority on flower arranging in‘ Mrs. good points and giving suggestions for! distributed An article! on the culture of these plants will} in a later issue of The; Any member having flower ar-‘ night at the Public Library are1 I I and games Were enjoyed. T1103e dinner, Wednesday evening he- I attending were: Bernadine Wi-I tween 5 and 6:30 at the nCW' gniecki, Patty Troy, Patty Kill— Moose Hall, ' graduation Iat the First Baptist Church SHELTOMM,ASON-.CO.UNTY JOURNAL HI (WW PHONE 100 llnitial Meeting Of IJunior High P.-T. A. ‘ With a small but very enthus- dastic group in attendance, the ,first meeting of the junior high I i :P.-T. A. was held on Monday in lelected for the :president, Mrs. M. A. Clothier: , secretary, Miss Kane; treasurer, ers. Lawrence Burrell. Commit- Itee chairmen will be appointed ‘later so that the year’s program {can be outlined. It is hoped that Ievening meetings can be held so that all parents as well as teach- ers will be free to attend. Par- ents desiring membership now are asked to contact the treasurer. iThe following attended the meet- Iing: Miss Maude Shorter, Mrs. Harvey Hale, Mrs. Troy, Mrs. Receiving special com- 5 Harold Meade, Mrs. Clarence Ar- a; bogast, Mrs. M. A. Clothier, Mrs. green vase. Mrs. George Dra e's! H. M. Wivell, Mrs. A. D. Killmer, Mrs. Claude Rhodes, Mrs. I. Wil- son, Mrs. Jack Gray and Mrs. arrangement of iris, and Mrs. W'. i Burrell. A. Kullrich’s clever use of a cac-I The -public ex- I pressed their appreciation of the,I l opportunity afforded them by the! Methodist Circles Wll Meet May 28 The Circles of the Women's So- Garde“ CIUb to 1’93" Mrs- curtiss- ciety for Christian Service of the IMethodist Church will meet at these homes on Wednesday: Circle No. 1 Mrs. Leo Martin at 1:30; Circle No. 2mers. Troy at 1:30; Circle No. 3—77Mrs. Char- Iles Runacres, a 1 o’clock lunch- ! at 1:30. Ardith Dahlman Graduate Nurse Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thurcen and daughter Marlene of Grand Forks, North Dakota, drove out to attend the graduation of their niece, Miss Ai-dith Dahlman from the Tacoma General Hospital. The exercises Were held in Tacoma last Wednesday. Accom: panying Mr. and Mrs. Thurcen were Miss Agnes Anderson, Mr. Roy Larson and Miss Vivian Lar- I I evening. The installation of new. Von Borgan Wednesday after-; = ,J <fr'xtlkl h-' . ' noon une 1 0 d p0 “C unc reception in honor of Dr. and Mrs. IRobert Brumblay Friday evening! Doane Brodie was usher Sat-f dessert luncheon and missionary. urday evening at the wedding 01" program Wednesday at the Church,‘ his cousin, Miss Burnett Tallman , Iparlors. Circle No. 9 will be the! and Charles Henry Brogunier, at; ihostess. All members are urged! the home of his parents, Mr. andl The i program consisted of an interest-I and education of the chgggentfig ! chinson, Mrs L. D. She I 1 will visit for, the summer therel Iwith her folks and then in the] son. Also attending were Mr. and'Mrs. Alf Dahlman of Timber, Oregon, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Parker and daughter, Beverly of Olym- pia, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dahl- :’ man and George Wolfe of Shel— ton. Miss Dahlman is spending her vacation in Shelton and Camp Three. W.S.C.S. Honor Dr. and Mrs. Brumblay The Women's Society for Chris- 'tian Service held an informal in the social room of the church. eral musical numbers were pre- sented by Mrs. Bernice Stewart, Mrs. Horace Crary and Charles Wilkinson. Impromptu talks were lgiven by several members of the jgroup expressing their apprecia- Ition of the work done by Dr. and ers. Brumblay and their regrets Ithat they are leaving. Dr. 'and Mrs. Brumblay gave a response. {The honored guests were present-i will be made in Spokane and this Sunday will be their last at the church. Mrs. Emery Burley Gives Luncheon a 12:30 luncheon in honor of the ’committee in charge of the Rail- road Avenue Beautification Pro- ject and the executive members of the Garden Club preceding the ceremonies. Those present includ— ,ed Mrs. George Cropper, Mrs. [Eber Angle, Mrs. George Drake. Mrs. Frank Bishop, Mrs Guy Hut- }Clarence Brewster and Mrs. ‘Faubert. Mrs. Cropper was pre- sented a gift in appreciation of her untiring work. IO.E.S. Social Club {Will Meet June The Order of Eastern Star So- cial club will hold a 1 o'clock pot- luck luncheon at the Masonic A handkerchief shower was Temple on Tuesday, June 3. It will be the last meeting of the, season. I Ends Wed. Nite IlNDYlII-IRDY'SI- PRIVATE SECREIIRY , mom STONE ' MONEY r‘! and Kathryn I town cannon I Thursday Only IIIIIIouNf THEATRE Shelton, Wash. 15¢ Night {\TURES TWO FE Plus “2 GUN SHERIFF” Friday Saturday P W51 VER BROTHER: ... EU!!! 92' s )I A.) 3; ., -A _ ,1.” /”n 'ntruiuc mruu eon; Circle No. 4 Mrs. Tom Rowe , Following the potluck slipper sev—. Friday, Mrs. Emery Burley gave. Hack, Mrs. , Ed ‘ l man, the following officers werewan Legion Auxiliary coming year: I Jane McKay, Friday for a socialI I president, Mrs. B. N. Collier; vice- meeting. A report was make on I were Mrs. Sarah Marshall, Mrs. I Jack Brown, Mrs. Minnie B. My-i ers. Mrs. Maggie Shorter, Mrs. I I i I i I I I I I l I I led a coffee table. The new home, I l l I I l i I I I I Margaret (Jla rk Graduated Friday Sheltonites attending the Nurs— es graduation on Friday in the Elks Temple in Port Angeles, where Margaret Clark graduated from the Port Angeles General I Hospital, were Mrs. Cora Hep-’ ner, Edwin Hepner, Byron Def-i finbaugh. Evelyn and Mildred' Clark, Jack Burnett, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Burnett of Potlatch. Mrs. Gladys Clark and son, Donald,“ and Mrs. Ira Yule. I Jr. American Legion Auxiliary Holds Meet The Girls of the Junior Ameri—. met with .. H--._..-_4—-—s -—— v M—o—‘v the poppy sale. Florence FentimanK sold the most poppies, 90 in all,, and Patty Chase came in second} selling 25. Plans were Inade to! spend the next meeting in June: with Jean and Marie Fisk at Lake} Louise. I The girls are reminded to meet at the Memorial Building at 9' o‘clock on Friday to help the Am— erican Legion with the flowers for the Memorial services on that day. All the girls should bring the ce- dar wreaths they have been mak- ing, at that time. Mrs. Emma Booth I Honored Friday I Mrs. C. R. Burnett entertained at her home Friday afternoon,| May 23, honoring Mrs. Emma Booth’s birthday with a 1 o’clock‘ potluck luncheon. In attendance' Nettie Hodge, Mrs. Agnes Hansen, Mrs. Nena Roberts, Mrs. Ed Mil- ler, Mrs. Jack Burnett, Mrs. Al‘ Goodwin, Mrs. Mary Trotter, Mrs, W. R. Collier, Mrs. Walter Snel- grove, Mrs. Annie'Baldwin, Mrs. C. R. Burnett, Mrs. L. Wiley, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Bovee and the honored guest, Mrs. Booth, who received many lovely gifts and a! birthday cake. I Attend District Meeting , Mrs. Susie E. Pauley, Mrs. 01- ive Tucker, Mrs. Myrtle Glenn, Mrs. Maggie McKay and Mrs. Etta ' Frazier left Monday looming fol“ Olympia to attend a two day meet- I ing of District No. 20, Neighbors of Woodcraft. Features for ‘ MAY 28-29-31 Wed., Thurs., Sat. Fig Bars E M rs. Lou Herzog ,Entertains Club Mrs. Lou Herzog entertained on 3 'Thursday for her bridge club at: at hm- }mmo Thursday f0 her home with a 12:30 luncheon. 1 temmm Two tables of cards were in play" ' with Mrs. Warren Abel and Mrs. John King winning honors. Glen Storey won the honor having the highest average score the last three ,next meeting will be June I; thh for Mrs. John King. I r ‘BI‘idgc Club Entei‘tanet ,By Mrs. L. E. Attwood . Mrs. L. E. Attwood ‘3 Mrs. J. H. Gray. Tuesday, May/#2734 bridge club W1. o‘clock dessert luncheOI}: I blcs of mntmct were ’ “ of Mrs. W. F. McCann, en, Dunbar and Mrs. I winnin 0‘ honors. Gue “t . "‘ I , a :. mo“ hs lhc I club were Mrs. Dunbar! ,Ax .. By Popular D mand ONE Food Fesiiv ‘ Don’t Forget Saturday, May 315t 2 Big $5.00 Barrels of Groceries MORE BIG WE Of Our Spring ASK US ABOUT l’l‘i! Plain or Whole Wheat Campbell's Corn Beef Tuna Fish It’s a Fact . . . MEAT PRICES ARE LOWER Target Brand White Star at 20th Century Beef Short Ribs Rib Steaks Ham Rolls . . . . lb. 15¢ lb. 29¢ lb. 27¢ Little Pig Sausage lb. 25¢ Pork Chops . . . lb. 29¢ Cottage Cheese. 2-lbs. 25¢ wk Peaches, Lakota Halves ...... .. 21/2’5 Red Salmon, Rosedale Med. N0. 1’s Tomato Juice, Libby’s ...... .. 47-oz. Sliced Pineapple, I.G.A. fcy.. 21/2’s Grape Juice, Royal Purple .... .. qt. Ground Chocolate, Parrot... lb. tin Peas, Lakota ............ .. String Beans, Lakota. .. 3—No. 2’s 3—No. 2’s Swt. or Mixed Pickles, Yale ..6—oz. Ripe Olives, Lakota Sardines, Domestic ......... .. 2 pts. 5—No. %’s Maxwell House Coffee ........ .. lb. tin Ginger Snaps, Old Fashioned 2-lb. B & M Baked BEANS New England No. cans Brown Bread 2/29 Fargo SOAP GRAINS New Improved 24-02. . 16¢ 69-0z. . 45¢ [tv‘tgll SlllIlES CREAM WHITE 1000/( Pure Vege. Shortening 3-lb- can I. . . . 43¢ TM _HAllS W 2 lbs. lgcza N" 17" s Bag 23-02. cans 12-oz. cans No.1/2’ cans LARD 2-lbs. 19¢ 1/2 or Whole LB. 29¢ NEW "’0 10-lbs ........... ._47¢ Lemons... 6 for 29¢ Cantaloupe WHITE Berries BUS" HILL TOP so. HIGHWAY Plenty of Parking Space rURY ‘10-lb. Mm, SPUDS __10-lbs. Oranges .... _. lb. Onions .... .. 2-lbs. Tomatoes 2-lbs. 1: Fine Selection of CAN NOWII Also Cukes. CatllifIQVgls Radishes, Green Om" PHONE 29 . ,l V ii an r