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ALGONA UPPER Mr. arid Mrs, Harry Hughes af Emmetsburg spent Sunday with Mf, and Mrs. James Kelso. Mrs. E. J. Murtagh entertained Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle, Mrs. Annis and Miss Beth Annis at dinner, Tuesday evening. Mr*. John McEnroe returned Sunday night from Larchwood where she had gone to attend the funeral services of a friend. Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore entertained Mr. and Mrs, Wade Ball and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Thaves at dinner, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lonergan went to Mason City, Monday, to attend the wedding of their niece Miss Ruth Fleming, Tuesday. John Dunn MoMM 3-c, lot! Friday for the Oakland naval hospital after a 45-day furlough here with his wife and other lelatives. Mrs. H. T. Bunkofske was hostess to her sewing club Wednesday evening. Guests were Mrs. W. A. Hardy and Mrs. E. G. Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney of Irvington were Sunday guests at the Charles Patterson home. Mrs. Raney is a sister of Mrs. Patterson. Mrs. Wilma Brown and daughter Sharon of Humboldt and Carol Pate were guests last Thursday at the Chris Wallukait home. Mr. and Mrs. Albin Carlson and son Jackie of Dunnel, Minn., spent Thanksgiving with the former's brother, E. B. Carlson and family. Miss Alia Teeter, who teaches kindergarten at Waterloo, < spent Thanksgiving with Miss Irene Corle. The ladies 'arc school friends. Mrs. Anna Biersiedt and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson of Burt were Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Macumber. Barbara Weiskamp and Thelma Laughton of Britt spent Sunday at Barbara's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weiskamp Sr., of Algona. Jerry Danielson, whose wife is the former Sally Briggs, came from Minneapolis, Tuesday, for a visit at the Mr. and Mrs. John Briggs home. Floyd Weishaar, recently discharged from the army, is a new clerk at the Kohlhaas Hardware. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weishaar. Kelsey Dunn and Cpl. Joe Dunn, sons of Mrs. Bessie Dunn, who have been home on furlough, have reported back for further assignment. Miss Ruth Ann Sigsbee who is taking nurses training at Omaha, spent her Thanksgiving vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee. Mr. and Mrs. Don Boevers enjoyed a visit last week Wednesday and Thursday from Dr. and Mrs. R: S. Snyder of Detroit. The ladies are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Block and son Larry of Milwaukee were Thanksgiving guests at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lonergan. Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Waldeck of Garner and Miss Elizabeth Ahrens of Minneapolis were guests of Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer on Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Manson of Sioux Falls, S. D., and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Patton of Sioux City spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Peterson. Miss Helen Winkel, who is taking nurses training at Mercy hospital, Des Moines, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Winkel. A baby girl, 9 Ibs., was born to Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Benton of Wesley at the General hospital Tuesday evening. They now have a family of four girls. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Cooper i went to Stratford, Thursday, and | returned Friday. They were guests of the latter's parents Rev. and Mrs. J. G. Waterman. Mr. and Mrs. John Schultz of Bradgate and Mrs. Margaret Schultz of Humboldt were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Johnson, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Landsman of Emmetsburg and Mrs. Dora Soehren of Arnolds Park spent Thanksgiving clay with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Deen and family. Henry Eischeid and Andrew Gollner are leaving the first of next week for Omaha, where they will spend several days attending a K and H meeting. Judge and Mrs. G. W. Siillman enjoyed Thanksgiving clay by having as guests Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Stillmnn and Mr. and Mrs. James Stillman all of Dolliver. Dr. and Mrs. R. V. Brandt of Strawberry Point were last weekend visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore. Mrs. Brandt is a sister of Mrs. Moore. Mrs. W. H. Brandow returned Tuesday from a visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Rogers of Oskaloosa, a brother at Kirksville, la., and other places. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen went to Goldfield Sunday where they attended the funeral of Carlyle Nelson, a teacher at Denver who was a cousin of Mr. Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Angle had as guests, Thanksgiving, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Fuchsen and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Angle of Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Snyder have received word from their son that he received his discharge at Camp Grant, Tuesday, and would be home in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Vohs had as Thanksgiving day guests their son Carl and wife of West Bend and their children Janice, a student at Ames, Carol Jean and Jimmie. *W1| Noah Anliker and son ft»y- inond Anliker WT 2-c of Bradgate, who is home on a ten-day leave from Norfolk, Were guests Tuesday 4 at the Ernest Anliker I hpme> Mrs' and Mrs. Herbert French of Forest City wete Thanksgiv 1 - ing day : .guests of Mt. and Mrs. Kay'Setchell. Mr. French and Mrs. Setchell are twin brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Angle spent; Sunday in Wesley with Mr. and ; Mrsi. William Martinek and were' among guests at a card party given by the Martineks that evening. Miss Emma Spongberg returned Sunday to Davenport, where she teathes, after spending her Thanksgiving holiday With her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albin Spongbe'rg. Richard Jarvi, nephew of Mt. and Mrs. Everett Lee, arrived Saturday from Bremerton, Wash., where he is employed in the navy yards. He plans to be here several days. Robert Richardson spent Monday and Tuesday in Omaha on a buying trip for the Richardson Furniture Co. His sister, Mrs. Black, and Edna Mae Sill looked after the store. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker and family of Delavan, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cook and family spent last Thursday with Mrs. Daisy Cook, mother of Mrs. Walker and Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Potter of Chicago, arrived Sunday for a week's visit with the former's mother, Mrs. Luella Potter, and brother Sherman, as well as other Algona relatives. Mrs. Harry Barton went to Fort Dodge Monday to attend the funeral services for the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lanferman. Mrs. Lanferman is a sister of Mrs. Barton. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Samp entertained at a family dinner Thanksgiving. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Buswell, Mrs. Robert Vincent and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Godfredson. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Arns had as guests last Thursday the latter's father Del Marlow and family of Lone Rock, and her sister. Miss Betty Marlow who teaches at Malcolm, la. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meyer and daughter Doris of Winterset spent Thursday and Friday of last week at the L. D. Preston home. Mrs. Preston is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cronan and little daughter Donna spent the weekend wit-i the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan. Don and his wife live at Toledo, where he'has a variety store. Theodore Hutchison went to Des Moines on business, Monday, and will be gone until Wednesday. He was accompanied by Mrs. Emily Spencer, who will visit her son John and family.: ^ Mr. and Mrs. Jess Deen received word recently that their son Darwin, who is with the merchant marines, is now at Nagoya, Japan, and will not be back in the States for a few months. Mrs. Earl Taylor spent the first of the week in Chicago with her son, Ralph Taylor, S-2c. Ralph had a 48-hour liberty from his duties at Great Lakes, 111., and met his mother in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crilly spent the weekend in Des Moines. Their son Rex Voyles accompanied them and received a two-day extension on his 30- day leave. He left Wednesday- Mrs. ,S. W. McKinney, who lives with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester DeBolt, received word last week that her husband had arrived in San Diego on. the U. S. S. Wainwright, a destroyer. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lonergan and little son Pat spent Thanksgiving at the rural home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Potter. Mrs. Lonergan remained for the rest of the week. Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scanlan went to Ames last Thursday where they spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Halpin. Richard is studying science. Mrs. Halpin is the former Betty Scan- Ian. Mrs. Dan Engesser and Dannie and Mrs. J. J. Dooley went to West Bend, Wis., Sunday to spend ten days or two weeks with the William Dooley family. Mr. Dooley will then return with them. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ditsworth are enjoying a few weeks visit from their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lykins of Kalispell, Mont. Mrs. Lykins is the former Margaret Ditsworth. Bill Lamuth spent the Thanksgiving holidays here with his father, Matt Lamuth. Bill is a student at Iowa State College, Ames. Mr. Lamuth spent Monday at Blue Earth and Winnebago, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Besch entertained Mr. and Mrs. George Miller and daughter Betty Jean at dinner Tuesday evening. The Millers are here from Flint, Mich., for a visit with friends and relatives. . Mrs. Harry McMurray underwent major surgery at St. Marys hospital in Rochester, Tuesday. Her room number is 280, this information being given for her many friends who will wish to write to her. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Medin and family of Klemme, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Medin and family of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medin spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bleich of near Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Thorpe took their daughter Jean back to Ames where she is a student and from there drove to Slater, where they spent Sunday with Mrs. Thorpe's sister Mrs. George Cole and family. Recently discharged from *er- vlce are Lyle (Bud) Anderson, son of Mr. a.M MrS. Oscar Anderson and John D.eim, son of Mrs. Sva Diem. The former has been in the South Pacific, the latter in Germany. Mf. aftd MJS. Sienn Shore and family were Thariksgivinit day f uests of, Mr. and Mrs. Kay raun. Their sori, Bruce Shore, left for damp Pendeltpn, Calif. the first of the week following a ten-day furlough here. Mrs, Betty totdotfi went 16 Chicago, Friday, where she met her husband who had been discharged in North Carolina. They spent from Friday until Tuesday in Chicago with Mrs. Tordorff's sister, Mrs. H. L. Bartells. Edwin Manus, who has recently discharged from service, visited his sister Mrs. Edward Blumer and his parents Mf. and Mrs. H. W. Manus at Burt from Friday until Wednesday when he left for Utah to join his wife. Mrs. Maxine Veakel, kindergarten teacher, spent Thanksgiving with her mother Mrs. C. C. Lucas at Kanawha. Mrs. Yeakei recently received word that her husband was embarking from France for the United States. Elmer Latlimer, son of Mrs. Rid Spear, received his discharge at Minneapolis last Thursday and came here for a few days with relatives. He left for Boulder, Colo., where he will enter his junior vear at the .University. I Mr. a"nd Mrs, Floyd Smith and I daughter Hattie of Elmore and son Howard who teaches at Led- ] yard and Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth i Larsen and daughters Beverly | and Barbara of Elmore spent Sunday with Mrs. Neal Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Reid and family and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reid and daughter, Adris Jane, spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. John Reid, mother of the men, and with Alden Reid, who makes his home with Mrs. Reid. Mr. and Mrs. John Schueler Sr. of Bancroft, Estella Schueler and sons Thomas and Lawrence, also of Bancroft, and Mr. and, Mrs. Clarence Mogenson of Swea City, were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Casler. Marvella McDanel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie McDanel, who is attending the Oak Park academy at Nevada, spent Thanksgiving and the remainder of the week with her parents. On Sunday they took her back to school. Mr. and Mrs. Sigerd Fardell of Forest City were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Fardell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom. Recently Mr. and Mrs. Fardell adopted a seven months old baby. They have named him Daniel Craig. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Rehder of Otis, Colo., who have been visiting at the home of th,eir daughter, Mrs. E. G. Lee and other relatives in this vicinity, left Wednesday .>for, i.WjasecaUiMinri., where ' they will spe"ncf ''a"~Iew weeks with relatives. Wilbur Zoller, nephew of Mrs. Sid Spear, who was recently discharged from the army, came last week for a visit before returning to Chicago where he will attend a school of plumbing. He will also visit his mother, Mrs. Mary Zoller at Lakota. Margaret Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller, who has been in California the past ten months where she was employed in Hollywood with the Bank of America, has returned home. At present she is clerking at the Chrischilles store. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Pulz entertained Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hanson and family of Gilmore City, and Mrs. Ben Wibben and daughters at dinner, Sunday evening, in honor of Shirley Ann Hanson, a student home from Waterloo for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wicks spent from Friday until Sunday a week ago with Mr. and Mrs. Verne Lovely at Le Mars. Mr. and Mrs. Lovely are former Al- gonians and Mr. Lovely was employed in the pharmacy department of the James drug store. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long went to New Hampton, Monday evening, and will remain until Thursday. A family reunion is being held at the home of Mr. and MrE. Clarence Achilles with whom the latter's mother, Mrs. Ruth Jackson has made her home several years. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larsen and daughter Qfleta May er^fcttst Clly< tMir stfft >Wa^tte \vfto Is tt stttdehl aT tK^ University bf Wls* bdrisift, fittd their s»n: DfttWlfi who was recently diseha'rlM ' fiftini sei-yk* spent Sunday with Mrs, Larson's "> mfctfier, Mrs, G. F> SpeCht. * Kenneth Asa, *6n of M*, and Mrs. L f. A*i*Mo was in the ait corps, has (eeelve'd Als dlsbnatge aM fa ftdtfte with : hls parents. Miss Phyllis Asa, their daughter, spent net Thshksgivifig vacation here. She is attending, Mdrth- western Bible school ftt Minneapolis. Mt. and Mrs. L, J. fteeel went to Mason City last week Thursday and enjoyed a family dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Rlckard, a sistef Of Mr. Reed. Among other relatives present were Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Reed of Fairmont, parents of L. J. Reed. "iiianksgiving dinnet guests at Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Winkel were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius, Mrs.. Mamie Winkel, Edw. Capesius, AlgOna, Mrs. Ann Capesius, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Dodds and Dean, Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Capesius and son Mark, of Fenton. Wayne Schichtl, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Schichtl of Burt arrived from Camp Grant Thanksgiving morning, having received his discharge following two years of service in France. With his parents, he spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Hans Johannson, the latter being his aunt. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith went to Washta for Thanksgiving with Mr. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Smith. The last of the week Mr. Smith went there again and reports his mother as being somewhat improved. She fell over seven weeks ago breaking a leg below the hip. Cpl. James L. Esser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Esser, arrived home Tuesday evening from Jefferson Barracks, Mo., where he had just received his discharge from the army after serving for three years, of which 2M: were spent overseas in the military police and escort guard units. Mr. and Mrs. John McEnroe have received word from their son Ensign Pat McEnroe that he is en route home from New Zealand and the Philippines and will reach San Francisco Dec. 5. After a visit here with his parents he will go to New York to join his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Charles LaBarre went to Des Moines, Monday, taking their daughter, Mrs. M. J. Mowers there, where she took a plane to Kansas City to join her husband. After a few days there they will go to Northwood for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mowers. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mosher, Thanksgiving, were Mr. and Mrs. Matt Saddler and sons Dick and Larry, George Dial and his sister Miss Eva Digl and Mr,and Mrs. E. C. MosWSr, all 'Of Eagle Grove. Mr. Dial is the 1 father of Mrs. Mosher and the E. C. Moshers are parents of Harold. Maurice McEvoy and family spent the Thanksgiving holidays here with his motheivMrs. Katharine McEvoy, and his brother, John, who had just received his discharge from the air corps after spending 2 years in England. The McEvoys then returned to their home in Minneapolis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Colwell and little son Gary are making their home with the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell until a residence can be found. Bill has been taking special training at Mason City and Des Moines preparatory to taking up with the Firestone company here He began work Monday. Tommy, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Murl Potter, has been ill with the flu the past few 'days. Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Potter returned Friday from Starbuck and Minneapolis, where they had been visiting Mrs. Potter's'family and other relatives.- They came from California a few Weeks ago and will be in Algona indefinitely- Mr. and Mrs. Max 'Miller have received word from their son Irving (Pudge) that he has been sent from France, where he has been the past eight months, to Marbury, Germany. Max, his brother, is located at Frankfort which is quite close to him and the boys 'have •bfc'eft aibte i t» etch otheY twice 1W f< months. v •••. '.--. '•••• . v • Mrs. W. C. Sieele ha* received word frv>m Mrs 1 , O. AT t>irfdg:feii who has been with hef ; sistii? Mrs. William Dflrtforth,at SiSuS City during Mr. Lindgren'i» absence overseas, that he hhs reached New York and Will soon be discharg-ed. HfrWitl jofn Mrs. Lindgren ih; Siotix City, Sftef 'which they will come to Algbna for a visit. • ; Mrs. John Kain returned to the home of her daughter, MrsvJem nings Peterson, on Monday from the Kossuth hospital Where shu had been a patient for about two weeks, Her daughter, Mrs, Jos. Loebach, was able to return Sunday to her home in WhittemOre nft'er a session with the mumps at the home of her sister Mi-s. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wood are the parents of a 7 Ib, 12 ofc. baby boy born Tuesday, November 27, at the Kossuth hospital. This is their first child. The baby has been named Sigwell Sidney. Mrs. Wood is the former Ksther Homervold, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Peter Homervold of Swea .City. Mr. Wood is employed at the Algona Hardware. Mr. and Mrs. Quincy Troup are parents of their first child, a son, Philip Alan, born November 21 at the General Hospital and weighing seven pounds six ounces. Mrs. Troup is the former Arlene Godden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Godden. This is also the -first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Albert Troup of Bremen, Indiana. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterling took their daughter Joyce to Ames, Sunday, after the Thanksgiving holidays here. La Vonne Bacon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bacon, of Burt, accompanied them to Ames' where she is attending Iowa State college. "Dee" Crawford of Pittsburgh, Pa., spent Friday and Saturday here with Joyce. Sgt. Mary E. Worley, formerly Mary 'Grubb, was discharged from the WACS at Des Moines last Friday. Mrs. Worley spent a few days with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. George Grubb, at Des Moines following discharge and then came to Algona Wednesday evening to remain here while her husband is overseas in the Pacific area. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer and ;; 'VVS^''V-v^;>-^;.^ M*^isw; ; fteii^jci^pw*- ^rfetea;:^iffi:*we||s^^^» W^^^-'W^^^Miw'^'- Townsend Flash By Mrs. A. M. Anderson Washington — Congress, with fear in its heart, is hanging on for dear life while problems of re- conversion, labor and wages, full employment, agriculture, public works, small business, poll tax, military training, etc., like flood waters are banging at every door of the U. S. capital. However, the Townsend Plan Steering Committee, like a big life boat is riding the waves offering the congressmen a glimmer of hope by asking them to climb aboard it they want to be'saved from the problems that confront them. Chicago — Dr. Townsend dedicates the Jan. 12 edition of the Townsend National Weekly to the women of the organization. Much oT the credit for putting the Townsend organization in the front ranks and keeping it there belongs to the Townsend women.—Adv. i\5iiy • ctnci Vi/uroij;' JIHIB -, QHcigiiit^v of mt, 'aftd Mrs. R66t, WK6 "fltS latiehts at the Kiflftey hbspitaT, ii«fisei--':h«sr"'•'"•"•"•""•-"*••••' •— , 1; iM ' il^. : |^;p*iw;:w^«p^ atid -Stf i/-Mi'M.^jMOlfifo^.ioi'AiHoU;}'-, f, Iwamftbf rioW*«i iffe '.«.j!'', 1 » i ijav»irMBj .V » '-•,*»«•', ruaKe. v»nuries munuvyi «»« -vsrs Ipprr ;''VpMM^ wm ;|M .wM'ls flo$ fem^loyM \wmSfc thur d Fiefgusofi i is -in fif Hfl. are soha of Mr, ;ar1d Sirs. AT* ' ..— -r —: • =i-tf&. Hi Iowa jig Esther L. Lttiigmack attd Rubber Balk Red color.' This ball will bounce. 290 Rug Yarn i. In ass Just rec« '••VV skien Cotton. In assorted colors. Just received. School Scissors Blunt end. Now only IQc Xmas Wreaths 5C and IQC Xmas Tree Stands All metal, tripod with water •• bowl, adjustable screw clamp. 98c each Cookie Sheets Aluminum 98c Sheet steel 29c Cocktail Shaker Glass with metal top. 29c Cannon All metal. ; Will shoot wooden pellets. ;••' '' "Horsman" madeiSAJso\ hard and soft bodied 'dolls.' "AH sizes. Can be bought on pur lay away plan. _,/:,;',. \ .-,..-. Novelty Rings ted metal, tited, assoi lOc Twisted metal, .gold,, silver . ^plated, assorted sizes. tax Hplsjter and Gun bber, non 1 th leather 69c Black rubber, non breakable' gun,'with lesrther holster. Dishes 32 p^ece set , > «7»5 ;.T.;; ; Open stock pattern. ' / Range Set 3 piece ^pottery, >assorled :ys ' • . .-' Colors; -\ f \.'"'.-• . .-.•;'* 98c Set './ Doctor ajnd Miirse : Set''--'''' CA e ;$IMv MVV and ^iv & Yo-Yd Duncan tournament model. 25c T-Shirt» For boys, assorted colors, stripped. Size 0-12. Regular 69c and 08c values. Now 39c Candles Xmas Tree, Santa Glaus,. Snow Men, 'Angels. IQc each 18 inch Taper ibc 10 and 12 inch Taper 5c Red or white. Tommy Gun With clicker attachment. Wood construction. $149 Doll Beds Twin beds. $398 Single beds. H 98 Ivory crib. , Thank You For the generous response and patronage, and the many good wishes in connectin with our regent entry into business in Algona, HAYNES ^^lp^^^w^^p|l ^W ^B^W ALGONA, IOWA Erwin Haynes Harley Haynes (Formerly Mathes Cafe) lllllllllM *^£» ; - V* You're Sure to Please All The Family When You Give Them Slippers Slip-in, open toe lounging slipper. ALL SIZES ALL PRICES Leather slipper cuffed in wool, Soft wool slipper, all col ors. Shippers for the young and oWi th«? she's are here! And how eyeyyone wiW date s<nch a thoughtful, year 'round fift your slipper gifts from our I|ne Bunny */rabWt WOP! lined. Toasty warm, fleecy soft shearling slippers. Lamb's woo] motassin.

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