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November Bride UNION*GAZ£TTE AND-MARION, THURSDAY, 1940- OF LOCAL Koarson—Crowley I flifwii Spi’iBrgs-^In rite s per* |.'iiicc1’ <■'>'- T h u rsday, Nov. 21, KUO *' 0 :30 Kfturoi i nv!fV Nov. a. to. to St. Felix’ Miss B e rnice M arie daughter of Mr. an d C,( ovue Crowley of C lifton hinBii;. beram e bride- of JL tf' F-dwaM R e a rson, son of L 'a r.d Mrs. J o h n I. RearsOn k-Mac. cion T h e church- w as lecin'-d with w h ite a n d pink Ln-i.v.theniuihs. Tj'tf vvho-w a s given, in Lr.v-i, by h e r fath e r , was Ijr’fd in- w h ite sa t in , en E ' . -v.tii a ' finger tip -veil Itiicli r> il- troiii a halo crown. She -ca -1 -fd a bouquet of w h ite :d sypsophila. ijjk; Mary E. R e a rson of [jcnie:- sister o f th e bride* rot. -.mil nraid o f honor, was iowneit m old ro s e taffeta and larneci an old- f a s h ioned bouquet ; ivliitr ehi-ysanthem u m s, pink Cjjse*, a n d forget-m e - n o ts. B e r - lard Crowley of C lifton Springs, [rother cf th e bride; w a s best ian. Ushers Were G e o rge P. jKwiey. Jr., of. C lifton Springs, ; y . tnclher of th e bride, and ijnif' P R e a rson of Maeedon,. liotlur of the bridegroom . I Foil' v aig t h ? cerem o n y a r-e- (ception was held for th e ipnne- L te mnulies a n d the w edding tarty a'. Wolfs T e a Room a t poor.. tp::: their re tu r n from a short wedding trip , th e young loup> will m a k e th e ir hom e in- pom \ S t . Palm y ra. I Tue m ide is a graduate* of jerv.uk High School in t h e class |o! ion The bridegroom at* lender! Maeedoii H igh School Lpd'Erf;.'on T e c h in R o c h ester. [ Preauptial fu n c tions included j variety show e r given by Miss piary M.iswell, of M a e edon; a mrie'-y -T.dwer by Mrs. Allen [Rctn.’.' >!i. East P a lm y r a ; a v a r - ower by Miss T h e lm a 1 Palm y ra; a bathroom | ay Miss M ary Re.arson. j , a n d Mrs. Niel V a n d e n R o c h e s ter; a grocery |shovvf r by Miss M ildred Crowley, Port Orison; a variety show e r Iky Mr- D aniel C h a p m a n , P a l- feyra and Miss D o rothy R y n e a r - jon. Newark; a n d a kitchen Ihower by M rs. W illiam O ’B r ien aid Mrs P. H. Hiekey, P a lm y ra. PllOtO lly ItiUir Sirs. H e n ry E. R e arson o f Palm y ra, who w a s Miss B e r ­ nice Crowley of C lifton S p rings before h e r m a r r iag e T h a n k s ­ giving Day. etv ' Bilk IllO-.W: jSlact-t' : iBrofrk T ic k e t S a l e J o S t a r t fo r C h a r it y B a ll -Sale of tickets fo r the th i r d annual C h a r ity B a ll, sponsored by the N ew ark C b a n tv L e a ° u e will be opened ; n e x t week, ac­ cording to a n ­ nouncem e n t bj ^ _ Mrs. Rayiioi M Holmes, genet ^ v. ,■ a i chairm a n foi th e h o l i d a y dance e v e n t w h ic h is slatec ^ for Friday e \ , ? ning. Dec. 27. The c o m tn i t t e e composed of Urn. It. VI. Holmes- Mrs. R o n a ld E. W eleher and M rs. Helen N. D rake, also announced th a t .Carl Dengior’s orch e s tr a of Rochester, well know n in th i s area, has been engaged to fu r - - ; h e h a d in ju r e d his finger m.u s l I Nussbaumer—R o e ia tids j Palmyra—M iss M a r th a R o e - 6nd?. daughter of Mrs. R o salie poe-aims of P a lifiyra, a n d .Ed­ uard Nussbaumef,. son o i M r . ___ ltd Mi; C h a rles N u s sbaum e r, o f ; Norris r:>. were u n ited in m a r - u. St. A n n e 's C h u rch. P a l- s,to n clay, Nov. 23, at 8 bv the Rev. W illiam A. i.nish music for the dance, w h ich will be held .from 10 p. m. to 2 a. m. in Newark G r a n g e H a ll. I T h e ticket com m ittee is com - | posed of Mrs. C. D u p h a R e eves and Mrs. B e n son T. S h irtz. O t h ­ er com m ittees are: D e c o rations —Mrs. L a w rence G. B e a l, c h a i r - ,m a n , Mrs. B. C. B u s h , Miss Eli* zabeth D u n n , M iss E lean o r Davis, M rs. R a y m o n d A. M u th, Mrs. Edw a rd W eleher, Mrs. R o b ­ e r t A C h a ffee, and M rs. R ichard. .53...C h a ffee;, refres-hm enJ.s-^M iis. D o rothy Donnelly; flow e rs—M rs. VanD u ser; publicity— C h a rged w ith .crim inally' re­ ceiving stolen property, Jam e s '■ R. P rutzm a n , 20. proprietor of an upholstering shop b n Vaii B u ren St. n o r t h of Bloom er Bros. Paper M ill, was. released on $1,000’ h a il bond h e r e last week to aw a it action o f the G r a n d Jury;, P rutzm a n w as arrested here W ednesday, Nov. 20,. by Police C h ief W illiam ' Scheerens and Sgt.. W. M. Stevenson of the S ta te Police o n a charge of re­ ceiving stolen .upholstering m a ­ terials valued a t n e a r ly $500 d u r ing the p a s t six m o n ths. H e .; whs im p licated by an alleged confession -made by tw o Syra­ cuse men- w h o were arrested; and. accused oi theft of th e m a ­ terials from a Syracuse uphol­ ste r in g concern. O n arraig n m e n t before Police J u s t i c e Jam e s D. H u rley last w e ek .Prutzm a n waived exam in- atio ii and w a s ordered h e ld for The G rand Jury, which, wiil probably investigate liis case in F e b r u a ry v C o u n ty Judge Lewis A. Gilbert, s e t baii for Prutzm a n . a t $1,000, an d he was released follow ing posting of a bond for th a t am o u n t. T h e in f o r m a tio n w h ich the a r r e s tin g officers l.aid before Judge ffurley accused Prutzm an- of “buying, crim inally receiving, concealing a n d w ithholding stolen p r o p e rty ”, w h ich he p u r ­ chased from Glenn B. Haynes, Syracuse, a n d A rthur E. Sholes, Sarlville, on Nov. 3. H a y n e s , an nnpioyee of th e Alwaiii U p h o l­ sterin g Go., Syracuse,, an d Sholes, a fo r m e r employee, were arrested by Syracuse police .after th a t firm ’s shop h a d been burglarized, t h e night before. E lm e r W a inm a n , ow n e r of t h e com p a n y , cam e to N e w a rk and identified a t P r u tzm a n ’s shop a q u a n tity o f upholstering cloth an d accessories w h ich he claim e d were taken fro m the facto r y , w h ich h a d been entered N o v em b er 2 by sm a s h ing a w in­ dow. Sholes was trap p e d by S t a te police when- it w a s learned in the b u r g lary nnd he is rep o r te d to- have signed a statem e n t ad m it­ tin g know ledge of th e tfieit. C h ief Scheerens said P r u tzm a n is .accused of having b o u g h t this late s t loot, valued a t about $134:65, for $45, a s well a s having p u r c h a s e d o t h e r m a terials stolen by H a y n e s a n d others a t p r e ­ vious tim es dating''{Jack to last M ay. — o—— — Past NoBIe G r a n d ’s C h ib—df Silver L in k R e b e k a h Lodge will h o ld a C h r is tm a s p a r t y on T h u rsday, Dec, 5, preceded by a tureen su p p e r a t 6:30 p. m ;. Each’ m e m b e r is requested to b r in g -a ten - c e n t g i f t for each m e m b e r o f her f a m ily who is p l a n n in g to a tt e n d a n d own table service. T h e r e w ill be en terta in m e n t. j?Mfibau.gh, of’ S e if e v a te te a c h ­ er. The p u b l ic ,is welcome. ! Ladies’ A id’' sW iety —of th e R e d e e m e r L u theraia.G h u rch w ill m e e t, Dec, 4, a t 7; 30 p. m . at the* hom e of M rs. Jam e s ; R o g e rs,’ Mfeore S t ., w ith M rs. K a th e r in e Y o u n g as a s s i s t a n t' h o stess. W o men's B e n e fit A ssociation— 1 M rs. W illiam U tter of F a irville Will e n te r ta i n t-he lad ies of -the W o m en's B e n e fit A ssociation o n T u e sday, Dee, 10, a t a 1 o’clock luncheon a n d C h r istm a s p a r ty . gifts Circle No, 4—of th e W o m e n ’s Society o f C h r is tian Service will' h o ld its m e e ting F riday, Nov. 29, a t 7:30 p. m. a t th e hom e of M rs. F r a n k Lucas. 312 South M ain. St. ' Tuesday Club—will m e e t W ith : M rs. C h a r les D a v is a t h e r hom e o n High S t, T u e s d a y , Dee. 3. M rs. I J a m e s D a v is will give a book r e ­ view an d - roll call- Will b e a n ­ sw ered .by “W h a t I W o u ld Do If I H a d A M illion D o llars”, m e m b e rs are asked t.p th e i r teen - a g e C h ristm a s to this, m e e ting. V - » „ --------- S h a k e s p e a re Club— will; m e e t t o the- L ibrary, Tuesday, Dec. 31 a t 3' p.m. F o u r th act. of \A n tony a n d C leo p a tr a ” wili b e read. Mi-s, Jam e s T y n e r will give a ta l k on C h ina. All J- E s ther D u n c a n , 121 E a s t Miller bring S t- Circle No. 1— o f th e W o m e n ’s Society of C h r is tian Service will -hold its m e e tin g Friday, Nov. 29, a t 3 p. to. a t th e hom e o f M rs, R a y m o n d Com b es, 213 S c o tt S t. Circle No. 5—of th e W o m e n 's1 Society of C h r is tian Service will be e n te r ta i n e d Friday, Nov. 28, a t 7:30 p. m. a t the hom e of M rs. C ircle No. 2—Mrs. Roy How* land' will e n te r ta i n -circle 2 of th e W o m e n 's Society of C h r is tian Service F riday at 2:30 P: to. a t her homo, on Lily St. St. Rita’s Circle, Installs Officers For Current Year New officers of th e § t . R i ta ’s Circle; D a u g h ters of Isabella-, recently installed are: R e g e n t, M iss Eva W elch; vice r e g e n t, Mrs. Achiel D e M e tsen- aere; recording secretary, Mrs.; Al Synesael; financial secretary ,1 M rs. A n n a R u ffaio; treasurer, M rs. K a th e r in e R y n e a r s o n ; cus­ to d ian , ’ M rs. Jo h n , F inegan; chancellor, M rs, B e r n a r d Coop­ e r ; m o n itor, M rs. G u s D e P a u w , b a n n e r bearer, M rs. D. M. Kelly;, inside guard, -Mrs. K a th e r in e D e d rick; outside g u a r d , Miss M a ry W iebeld;, first guide, Mrs, M a ry DeVito; second guide, Mrs. D a n E a ton; scribe, M rs. W illiam^ N o o n a n ; o r g a n ist. M iss Mary. Alice Kelly; tru s tees— 1 year, M rs; Lois W iebeld; 2 y e a r s , Miss M a ry 'W-iebeld,i 3 y e a r s , Mrs. J o h n Finegan. A t the an n u a l m eeting, o f the N e w York S t a te Circle held re­ cently a t Lowvifie, N. Y., Miss E v a Welch Was elected state secretary. — — *—o — — I t pays to re a d th e U n ion- G a z e tte Classified Ads. W o rthw h ile Bible C lass—of t h e E m m a n u e l E v a n g e lical C h u rch w ili m eet a t th e p a r s o n ­ age. on T h u r s d a y tto n ig h t) a t 7:30. ^ Coterie— will hold a d in n e r a n d C h r is tm a s p a r t y a t W olfs, Friday, D e c. 6, a t 6:30 p. m. A m e rican Legion A u x iliary— -will hold its a n n u a l re h a b i li t a ­ tio n .card p a r ty for th e benefit o f W orld W a r V e terans in -Aug­ u s t M a u e r Post Room s T u e s d a y , Dec, 3, a t 8 p, m. M rs. R o ss W a r­ n e r is: c h a ir m a n of th e party., T h e public is invited, to atten d . A m e rican Legion A u x iliary— . will hoid its, r e g u lar m e e tin g in '5' August M a u e r P o s t R o o m s o n , T h u rsday, Dec. 5, a t 8 p. m . ’ . Ever-U e a d y B ridge Glub—m e t Tuesday w i t h Mrs. W illiam R o b ­ inson, W e s t Miiler S t. N ext week Tuesday, th e ciubl will be e n te r ­ tained a t th e hom e of M rs. C a r­ rie B u reroff, W est M iller S t, A u ction Bridge Club—will be e n te r ta i n e d by M rs. C a r r ie B u r- cro fi, W est Miller St.. t h i s ’ a f te r ­ noon. P h ijath e a Glass— of th e F ir s t B a p tist C h u rch will m eet a t the hom e of Mrs. Cecil D avidson, Blakely C o u rt, o n W ednesday, Dec. 4. E lla Law rence an d M a r­ ion T h r a v e s wiil b e h e r assist­ a n t hostesses. E a c h m e m b e r is requested to bring a g if t fo r th e C o m m u n ity C h ristm a s. Newark C o n tr a c t C lub—will m e e t w ith M rs, C h a rles Druyis on T h u rsday, Nov. 28, a t 2:30 p-. m. Mrs. D o n a ld R. Bird. N o n * D e n o m inational B- * h i e Class—m e e ts T u e s d a y evening T h e fo u n d a tio n of t h a t stead - a t 7:30 to th e b a s e m e n t o f th e fastness- a n d . Constancy '.jvhip|i.„BubIlCi L ibre,sxv S u b ject; .“C h rist we. s e e k in friendship is sincer- ..inaffie. Tabternacle”. A typfeal ity. F o r n o th in g is ste a d f a s t study o f th e a n c ien t H e b rew w h ich is insincei-e.—Cicero. T a b e r n a c le worship, Mrs. E thel li. :r. iDora;’. !• Tic b! ide w a s gowned in a . |Etid.-.-:- oiuc dress w ith m a tch in g ! nnd a corsage of yel’.oW |to-r- Mr* Law rence Ikcwbod. lauun o f honor, chose a n aqua |gwr. -.. lria b lack accessories, an d acor-.i-c of p in k roses. Mr. Ik e - |R?d n ;*.rd a s best m a n . j FolkAimr th e cerem o n y , a Iteddmg b r e a k f a s t w a s given t h e Ibndal party, th e bride’s m o ther, land the p a r e n ts of th e brid e - Sroum. by Mr. a n d Mrs. D o n a ld ■Swartz 10 DAYS LEFT - SO - OUT IT GOES! % For the Past Three Weeks Roche’s Have Been Conducting a Goodalt—P o tter A •. c r y p r e tt y w e d d ing look place a t th e ' hom e o f Mn H u ,;aid P o tter on Novem - ber 9. 1940, w h e n h e r d a u g h - t(T. Evelyn P o tter becam e th e hide of C larence H. G o o d all, son of Mr and M rs. H a rry G o o d - all «f Clyde. T h e cerem o n y w a s Wormed m th e presence of th e fcnmedmte fam ilies, w ith th e William M. Hydon of Clif- lon Springs officiating. Thv bride w as given in m a r - riaoe tjy her fa th e r . Follow ing O F A L L F U R N I T U R E H u n d reds o f p e o p le in this vicinity have taken advan tage o f bur real L O W PRICES to buy w h a tever Furniture Was needed for their hom e s a n d m a n y oth e r s have m a d e purchases fo r Christm as G ifts. In either case B I G SA V IN G S -w e r e m a d e ! These Savings w ill continue for a SHORT,JTIM E O N L Y I ------------------------ - W e - e x p e c t '- t o C L O S E O U R D O O R S w ith in -tw o w e e k s, so \disregarding costs e n ­ tirely, w e have again slashed all prices o n our remaining, stock of furniture. O U T IT G O E S ! D o n ’t delay, y o u ’ll be sorry if y o u don’t com e in today, tom o r r o w or Satur­ day ahd help yourself to- big savingsl R e g . Price Now ■ the eremony, refreshm e n ts . p r e vrvefi. ih i Ir aiui Mrs- -Q-opdail are Iiv* |* t st trip iTohie o f Mr. an d Mrs. farry G.rcdall. V a n d erlinde—Oiney Mew York CRy—T h e L ittle Church Around tfie C o rner in Sew York City w a s th e scene o f * attractive W edding W e d n e s- ■W Nov 20, w h e n Miss B e rniece rfaughter of M r. an d M rs. \“hun c. o i n e y of Sodus, be- tame t!u> bride of D o n a ld V a n - wimd* son of Mr. an d Mrs. * E V a n d e riinde of H e a th “'wet Newark,. T h e Rev. R a n - fl<)‘Ph Ray perform e d th e cere­ mony Thr rride w o re a n aftern o o n “f burgundy crepe w ith match mg accessories .and a cor- rf orchid’s. Attendants w e re Mr. an d Mrs. wdon G u lick of New Y o rk V”'- formerly of N e w ark. Im m e - ately following th e cerem o n y , A*« ® d in n e r w as seiwed, a t Hr.j,; Commodpre, Vwt j' a tri|> th r o u g h New n, '\ d th e New E n g land the. couple will- r e s id e - a t j a r Way A p a r tm e n ts a t 10tf ■iyei-,ity Avenue, j. those w h o e n te r tain e d Rt,pri: l|Ptial ev e n ts were: M rs. - ot’:’t Newell a n d M iss Jean the M isses M a rion Yco- ”ui Louise Pearce, Miss \lake. Mrs. G eorge B o rr- \ ;d Mrs. C h a rles Brizee. (,haries Fox, -Mrs. R a y (W . • M rs. Ben, C a s ter, M rs. an d JJ r s . W il- m frbaker. A r m strong R u g s — Large size ........... s i z e ........... K itchen T a b les -r- Porcelain T o p . . . Bathinettes, T r im b le . . Just 3 left. T r im b le Cots-— Just 4 . C lothes B a r s ............ P lay Y a r d s Folding Carts M a p le D e sk fo r Child Bissell Sw e e p e r s from . Card T a b les M etal Card T a b le Set . Sewing C a b inets . . Chinelle Bath M a t Sets Cedar Chests, 4 5 — ■ 2 o n l y .................. .. Ice B o x — 7 5 - lb. cap a c ity . Pillow s -— 7 pairs left 3 O il Cook S t o v e s — a t your 1 3 - p c . D a v e n p o r t Suite —- V elour C o v e r A few Others priced to Sell. $ 1 2 .7 5 $ 6 , 7 3 6.79 4.85 7.50 3.75 6.50 3.70 7,95 4.60 .90 7.25 2,95 7.50 4.70 16.75 9.50 2.55 .98 9,50 5.75 1.35 to 7.90 . 90c to 1.90 23.00 14.75 2 4 .0 0 from 11.50 1.75 own Price 69.75 18 T a b l e L a m p s •.— Y o u r ch o ice . ................ . $ 3 . 4 9 3 Junior Lam p s — Fluorescent ................................... 7 . 7 3 12 Juniors L a m p s —- Y o u r ch o ice . ........................... 3 . 5 0 • 5 B r id g e Lam p s — Y o u r ch o ice ......................... . 3 . 2 5 Foster Coil Springs — > A n y price y o u want to 5 . 1 5 u p {Waitresses — a fe w o f ea c h kind le f t at your ow n price. 4 B e d r o o m S u ites — l 'Maple, 3 W alnut, 3 4 . 5 5 to 5 5 , 7 5 O d d D r essers, R e g . $ 2 1 .0 0 — N o w 1 4 .7 5 K itchen Cabinets — 4 left — your ch o ice 2 0 , 0 0 C h rom e leg Breakfast S e t s — End L e a f T a b le. R e g , 39. 7 5 , N o w 2 6 . 7 5 W o o d le g B r e a k fast Sets— • R e g . 3 2 .0 0 — N o w ............ 2 2 . 5 0 Try to m a tch th e s e prices: 1 W a lnut Secretary. R e g . 2 8 ,5 0 1 7 .9 0 O ccasional Chairs. Reg. 1 2 .6 9 , N o w 9 : 9 5 4 - 9 x 1 2 M o h a w k Rugs. R e g , $3 2 — 'Now _________ 2 0 . 7 5 A lso a few Sm a ll Rugs. Several good u s e d Suites 2 0 . 0 0 up M any other item s It w i l l pay y o u to b u y now . There has been many and varied questions asked about this CLOSE­ OUT SALE. All furniture is to be sold and we are discontinuing the furniture business, but will remain in our same location to conduct our undertaking and funeral business from the Home, 148 W. Union St, Thus everyone may rest assured the prices are actually reduced. Christmas Items Held for Later Delivery ■oVr Iii Eve.-. Mr- ■Sn.ff.. NEWARK FURNITURE DEALERS FOR 4 0 YEARS 154 W. UNION ST., One-half block West of the 4 Comers Suntcald Juice Grapefruit 4 NO.* CUM Sliced While Bread 2 0 - o z ., loaves,. ORCHARD PARK FRUIT COCKTAIL OrchanTFark Asparagus 1 0 ’ No.X Stakely Catsup 12-oZ “ btl 10* Magic Cup Coffee lb bs« l-lb.- b a r 13c 'Pineapple Potatoes Tomato Juice G rape fruit J uice Siloed Orchard Park P a s t r y F lo u r Shut M a r c a r in o 3 p«f» Graokort uSmlue 2 Pkr Maearonf0^^*\' 4 ^ , 23s BabrFsofcs5£}& 1 4«»* 25» Drssstttg & .Spajtotfi Horrr* 3*** 3'MiiuOats , C o c o » 0“rMotl1\'* P tS S I f f *»'“ •* Brazil Rats »«««* Whole Irish Orohard Park Orchard Park Orchard Park 46-oz. can lie No. 1 oan Buffet Y F c 3 No. 2 cans 2 5 c 46-oz can . 1 7 c 4 No. 3 cans9 2 5 c B e d ford Grape lam is * Stokely’s Sauerkraut No: 2 14 Your Choice-rOrchard Park T e n d e r S w e e t P e a s o r G o l d e n B a n t a m C o r n 3 N 0 . 2 O R c z u Orchard: Park Orchard Park Segments Orchard Park Sauerkraut Grapefruit Succotash Fresf^ Lima Beans Pickled Beets Beets or Carrots 3 Shortening 4X Sugar FlOUr VlrgMdaW Cake Mixes Stew Do Nuts Syrup Purify Salt Pea Beans Shrimp i Napkins tncake Duffs DIatyMoore Beef Plain er SuRared Karo Blue Label 3 7 c fin ^ (So 5c 190 »-«i 3 3 c cans l-lb pkss 20 . 0 a likr Orchard Park Orchard Park Prunes Tea Balls Needles Jaioe DieedPeel ToRfua Fleur Puddinf u*ivi8*t\ 2 & ‘ fTo Tnna Flakes aq*S 2 ^ 21c Spry tie 2 <£>460 *»no>»r Era CAP. Craps Dreaacdary l|e LftVy’s- Latrck New!! \Glosboke\ Cookware Pumpkin Orchard Park No.2W cans D „ . . Orchard. Park r reserves Strawberry. Red Raspberry Mincemeat Godfitfc WMtt* Miracle Whip X>M Mayannalse firapeNuts Ripe Olives Peanut Butter Catsup Orchard Park Mammoth Orchard Park Orchard Park Finest Quality i!o4^ be,ls2 3 c Orchard Park Halves Peaches Wheat Meat KfUrf# RBneleda Fopotar Br«ad» oxa * puk |4c Cifareifes Soap S&& 3 *»r* IOc OlAlatfa 3 »»> 20C No. 214 cans ORCHARD PARK PORK and BEANS Another Great Loblaw Value Pie Pan or Lid for Casserole Loaf Pah— Casserole and Utility pish 6 Custard Cups Guaranteed against lieat break­ age, approved by Good House­ keeping. Has exclusive heal quick bottom. Cleans easily and Is designed for refrigerator stor­ age. Here’s your cbance of a ' lifetime. Pieces For Only With any $1.00 Purchase Borax RiiisO Rinso Rinso Gold Dust 2D Mole Team G iant SIse D e p e n d a b l e M e a t s M a k e t h e M e a l Light Well Trimmed Loins-r-Eink, Tender. Stvcet and Savory. Rib End lb IMtttS F r a n k s Sliced Bacon Sw ift’s P rem ium *Ib Morrell’s lb Pride Smoked lb FLORIDA Grapefruit SEALDSWEET—SIZE 64’s Extra Large 4 f°r T9‘ O. S. GOVT. INSPECTED 6-7-8TH RIB Florida Oranges SEALDSWEET Large, Juicy 200’s doz. Iceberg Lettuce Florida Limes Potatoes ’ S Mealy White * <4 bag Hot House Tomatoes X&ligrib ^pc

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