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Re: Sugar bags
Posted by Lilian on August 4, 2019, 10:29 am, in reply to "Re: Sugar bags
I remember the blue sugar bags but cannot recall Doris having to weigh loose sugar and filling the bags,,I do remember the flour dept at the back of the store where a lad called Tommy Oliver weighed the loose flour then scooped it into the open ended bag then folded the top in making it secure,that was the only item not rationed,probably the reason my mother made her own bread every day.check number was 280.
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