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TWENTY MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, APRIL 9 1936 Clear Lake Globe-Gazette OFFICE PHONE 239 HELEN HENDRICKS, News Editor LEE DEWIGGINS, Circulation and Advertising Residence Phone 310-W Residence Phone 67 SITES HELD FOR MRS. STITES, 71 Sisters and Brothers o Hiawatha, Kans., Are at Services. CLEAR LAKE--Funeral services for Mrs. C. M. Stites, 71, were held Wednesday afternoon at the farm home southwest of Clear Lake, Dr B. W. Riner, pastor of the Methodist church, officiating. Royal Hinlzman and Adeline Sutcliffe sang several numbers al Ihe services. Burial was made al the Clear Lake cemelery. Pallbearers were: Will Oxley, Harry Oxley, Dan Spiilman, Tom Spillman, Walter Wood and Karl Schieselbine. Oul-of-town relatives at Ihe services were: Her son, B. W. Stites Omaha; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Fraser and Mrs. Inez Walters, Hiawatha, Kans.; and four brothers, Dan Strahan, Creston, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Slrahan, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Slrahan. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Slrahan, all of Hiawalha, Kans., and a nephew, Howard Wallers, Hiawalha, Kans. She is survived by her hui'iand, on© son, B. W. Stites, Omaha, and two daughters, Mrs. Ray Miner and Achsis Staites, both of Clear Lake. MANYVARIETIES OF DUCKS SEEN Ice in Clear Lake Is Slow in Melting, Latest for Years. CLEAR LAKE--There are many visitors who stop along the lake the past few weeks to watch the hundreds of ducks. Among the species noted are canvas back, a most unusual duck for this lake; mallards, pintails, lesser scaup, ring necks, American mergansers, hooded mergansers, green-winged teal, blue-winged teal, gadwalls, balpate, red heads and shovelers. The coots, commonly called mud hens,, have been noted walking around on the shore, being so bold aa to approach to cars parked on the beach. Canadian geese and snow geese were also spotted on the lake a litlle earlier in the season. There is still much ice in the lake the rafts floating from "one shore to the- other. It froze to such a thickness tfrte winter that it is slow in melting and breaking up. Seining for rough fish by the Iowa state conservation departmenl has been delayed greally because of Ihis shifting ice which changes with every wind. All of the ice had left the lake last year by March 17. Work Progresses on WPA P r o j e c t of Beautifying Shore CLEAR-LAKE--Work is progressing on the W. P. A. project of beautifying the lake front at the foot of Main street. About 40 men from the Mason City transient farm are employed hauling in the dirt fill and digging for the construction of the retaining wall. Rock and con- crele were-laid for the foundation of the .wall. Thursday afternoon. There is more rock to be split and hauled to the site. The crew of workmen will be increased to about 80 the first of the week. Junk Dealer Charged With Mutilating Flag MINNEAPOLIS,. Iff)--Detective George Henseler Thursday swore out a complaint charging Morris Eviden, .54, a junk dealer, with "publicly mutilating Ihe flag." The detective said Eviden had used two American flags to wrap junk. Eviden, held in jail, will be arraigned Saturday. LAKE THEATRE LAST TIME THURSDAY Victor McLaglen in "THE INFORMER" Easter Sunday Special 'MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION" School Is Dismissed for Spring Vacation CLEAR LAKE--School was dismissed Thursday afternoon for a week-end spring vacation over Easter. Many teachers left for their homes to return for school again Tuesday. Clear Lake Briefs New silk dresses $5.85 to $19.95. Nichols Shop. Miss Lucille Mathison, Buffalo Center, has been a houseguest at the home of her aunt, Mrs. P. T. Jensen, for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Jensen and Miss Mathison were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Jensen Wednesday night. Easter candies--Easter novelties -Easter cards--the largest line in city, at Baileys. Dr. A. J. Cole attended the funeral of Ex-Governor John Hammill at Britt Thursday. Easter chocolate eggs, your name lOc, leave your order now. At Baileys. Bradley knitted dresses, sizes 14 to 40. Nichols Shop. Bernard Floy is quarantined to his home on South Center street with scarlet fever. Just received new stock of wallpaper. Corner Drug. Garden seeds: Three regular 5c packages for lOc at Baileys. Harper Joslyn, student at University of Iowa, Iowa City, will spend iis Easter vacation with his grandparents at Anamosa. Onion sets: white, red, yellow, 9c pound, 3 Ibs. 25c. At Baileys. Mrs. Dorance Day entertained members of her club at her Maosn illy home Wednesday night. The jroup included Maude Estelle Ver- neckmoes, Harriet Sheridan, Neva McGowan, Marlys Knutsou, Dorothy Patterson of Clear Lake, Mrs. Harry Cash of Fertile, and others from Mason City. · Garden rakes -- h o e s -- spading forks. At Baileys. Mrs. HatHe Aldridge, Britt, Is ifisiting: several days at the home of her sister, Mrs. Kate Glazier, North Third street. Blue grass and clover seed--SOc and SOc a Ib.--first quality--get ·ours now at Baileys. Bill Beedle, of Oklahoma, is vis- ting friends in Clear Lake. He is a "crmer Clear Lake resident. Wallpaper cleaner--one can will make your kitchen like new--lOc. At Baileys. Thorkcl Sondrol, Jr., student at "University of Iowa, Iowa city, arrived home Wednesday night to spend his Easter vacation with his, parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Sondrol, South Second street. Lamp shades: A new lot just ar- rived--15c to 39c--beautiful designs. Get your pick early. At Baileys. Ronald Rawson, student at Morn- jig-side college, Sioux City, is spending his Easier vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Rawson. Ladies' silk hosiery. A new line of ladies' SOc full-fashioned al Baileys. Mrs. Grace Fiske, Mrs. Ida Hen- dticks and Mrs. Henry Goranson at- lended the funeral of Ex-Governor John Tram-mill of Britl Thursday afternoon. If it is something new and different you are looking for in ladies' apparel at a reasonable price, you will find it at the new A C Style Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Harmon, North 31m streel, left Friday for Cedar Sapids to spend the week-end with their parents. Opening! Watklns Cafe. Easter special Sunday dinner. C. A. Kiiurstm, accompanied by 3.. E. Geist, T. E. Sondrol and Clint Davis, attended the funeral of Ex- 3overnor John Hammill at Britt Thursday afternoon. Look your best in the Easter larade, visit the Park Barber and 3eauty Shop. Permanent $1.95 up. """hone 44. Jennie Jenkins. Richard Art Hnapp of Clear Lake received a freshman numeral al the Tniversity of Iowa, Iowa Cily, for lis work this winter in basketball. New hats, felt and straw, $1.95 o $4.90. Nichols Shop. BUTTLEMANIS NEW MARSHAL A. R. Petersen Resigns as City Policeman, Effective Thursday. CLEAR LAKE--Officer A. R. Petersen tendered his resignation as city marshal to Mayor A. B. Phillips and the councilmen Wednesday. He was re-appointed lo Ihe position al the regular council meeting Monday night at a salary of $90, a cut of $10 a month, and stated to a newspaper reporter thai Ihis was the reason for resignation. Mayor A. B. Phillips appointed Jess C. Buttleman, Clear Lake barber, to fill the vacancy al a salary of $90 a monlh. Mr. Bullleman assumed his duties Thursday morning. Father-Son Banquet Sponsored by I.O.O.F. CLEAR LAKE--The I. O. 0. F. lodge is sponsoring ils annual father and son banquet Friday night at the Congregational church. Dinner will be served al 6:30 o'clock by Group 2 of the ladies' aid. Covers are being laid for about 200 persons. John Robinson of Mason Clly will be the main speaker at the. affair. The committee in charge of the affair includes W. H. Ward, Carl Johannessen, Paul Johannesseu and John Henry Johnson. · MISS CARR WINS IN DECLAIM MEET Thornton Takes Honors With Two First Places in County Meet. CLEAR LAKE --Thornton received two firsts in Ihe final county declamatory conlesl lo carry off top honors Wednesday nighl, while Clear Lake received one firsl place and Iwo seconds. Venlura ranked third with three third places. Miss Netha Carr of Clear Lake, who spoke "Elizabeth, the Queen," won first in the dramatic section. Carl Morris of Thornton, who gave "There Is No Peace," won in the oratorical section; Martha Ruth James of Thornton, ; who gave "Honey," won second .in dramatic and Mary Courtney of Thornton placed first in humorous. Ellsworth Myhr of Clear Lake ranked second in oratorical wilh his selection, "We Call Them Radicals." The Ventura contestants, Robert Yohn, Marion Skene and Delphine Yohn, placed third. Judges of the contest were Miss Tommy Priest, Gretchen Bickel and Supl. James Rae, all of Mason Cily. Clear Lake Calendar Friday--Falher and son banquel, . sponsored by I. O. O. F. lodge at Congregational church. Star club at Mrs. George Peterson home, assisted by Miss Cry- slall Ashland. Deborah circle at Mrs. Fred Rogers home, 2:30. Christian Workers a I Mrs. Ben Daker home, Oakwood park. Mixed dance al Surf ballroom, Kelly's harp orcheslra playing. Saturday--Dance al Surf ballroom, Al Menke playing. Dance at North Shore Country club. When the fool argues against omething, he always says il is non- ense "to us intelligent people."-Davenport Times. PARK THEATRE TONIGHT and FRIDAY A Paramount Picture "WITHOUT REGRET" NEWS, VITAPHONE VAUDEVILLE and SCRAPPY lOc and 16c Horse Sale! CLEAR LAKE, IOWA Saturday,April I I -1 P.M. O A HI? A ffe OF GOOD WORK HORSES ©IS HffieJUH and COLTS 1 LOAD OF GOOD MONTANA YOUNG HORSES of heavy weight and good quality, gentle and broke, consigned by Joe Finley, of Billings, Mont. Several matched spans of native horses. Some good, cheaper horses and fat colts. Several used and new work harnesses. Furniture, farm machinery and other articles. Clear Lake Horse Market LIVESTOCK SALE FRIDAY, APRIL 10 Observance of Lord's Supper at Baptist Church on Thursday The observance of the Lord's Supper by candlelight was to take place at the First Baptist, church Thursday night at 7:30. The pastor, the Rev. J. Lee Lewis, will be in charge, assisted by the board of deacons. The deacons were to present five candidates for membership after baptism. Their immersion according to the ancient custom will take place Easter Sunday noon after the worship service. Each attendant was asked to bring an unused candle with him lo be lighled during the service. A musical number, "The Lighl .of the World Is Jesus," was to be sung by a mixed quartet. Candidates Filing Nomination Papers . DES MOINES, UP -- George L. Parker (R) of Independence filed his nominatioon papers for state senator with the secretary of state's office Thursday. Harlan L. Larson (R) of Goldfield, and H. B. Hough (D) of Oel- weln filed their papers for state representative. Coroner Says Cresco Woman Killed Herself CRESCO, --Coroner N. A. Bradley said Thursday that Mrs. Charleg Haberly, 56, a widow, found dead in bed at the home of her son, Fred Haberly, farmer near here, committed suicide by strangulation. He blamed ill health PETITIONS BEING CIRCULATED FOR LOUISE CLAUSEN Woman to Seek Democratic Nomination for State Representative. Nomination papers are being circulated for the candidacy of Miss Louise Clausen, Clear Lake, for the democratic nomination for state representative from Cerro Gordo county. Miss Clausen, who was born at Clear Lake, the daughter of Sam Clausen, is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin. She was for 12 years identified actively In the operation of the Clausen Grain elevator at Clear Lake, the last two years as manager. Miss Clausen, it will be recalled, was active in the Cerro Gordo county suffrage movement up to the time women were granted the vote. She is a member of tie Civic league of Clear Lake and the Eastern Star. Because of her years of business dealings with farmers and her direct interest in the operation of a farm near Clear Lake, supporters of Miss Clausen's candidacy regard her as possessing an excellent understanding of farm problems, CONfilfPLANS FOR FURNISHING, BUILDING EVENT Dealers Announce They Will Have Materials and New Types of Equipment, Additional announcements were made Thursday of exhibits that will be shown at the Building andHome Furnishings show at the high school gymnasium Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of the coming week. The L. A. Page Lumber company will show the Wood Conversion company products, including NuWood and Balsam wool insulation. H. C. Determan, electrical contractor, will have electrical fixtures and a large display of Neon lighting suggestions. Ray E. Pauley company will install the latest Lennox residence air conditioning unit in a booth at the show. C. E. Blanchard, Mason City jeweler, will show Wedgewood and Rosenthal Bavarian china, Cambridge and Heisy glassware and Sterling and plated silverware. MORATORIUM ACT RULED LIMITED State Supreme Court Gives Decision on Minnesota Legislation. ST. PAUL, UK--Minnesota^ mortgage moratorium law does not apply to mortgages held by any federal agency operating under the federal farm loan act of 1916, Ihe slate supreme court ruled Thursday. The decision reserves an order oi the Dodge county districl court granting an extension of the period of redemption to Jacob Leuthold, St. Paul dealer who ' purchased the Dodge Center farm involved from Ralph Maynard in 1924. The property was bought by Leuthold subject to a $10,000 mortgage held by the Des Moines Joint Stock Land bank which operates under the federal farm loan law. The Joint Stock Land bank foreclosed the mortgage Sepl. 22, 1934, and bought the property at sheriff's sale for $9,000. Leuthold applied lo the Dodge county districl court on Sept. 16, 1935, for an extension of the period of redemption. When the extension was granted under Ihe Minnesota moratorium act, the federal agency obtained a wril of cer- liorari for review of the case by Ihe state supreme court. Dale Clausen Given 30 Days for Assault, Battery, Intoxication Dale Clausen, 2334 Jefferson avenue soulhwest was sentenced by Police Judge Morris Laird to 30 days in the county jail on two charges--intoxication and assault and battery. The sentences will run concurrently. Clausen was arrested at 2324 South Federal avenue, where he became involved in an argument over the spiking of a bot- ;le of beverage. George Moravec, 13 Fourteenlh slreet northwest, was fined $10 and costs and James Lynch, 609 Georgia avenue southeasl, forfeiled a $10 lond following Iheir arrests by po- ice at Seventh streel and Soulh Tederal avenue at 11:45 o'clock Wednesday evening on charges of ntoxicalion. Roosevelt in West Virginia Primaries WASHINGTON, (ff -- Presidenl Xoosevelt Thursday entered the West Virginia presidential preferen- ial primaries to be held May 12. Postmaster Recommended. WASHINGTON, UPi -- Senator jouis Murphy of Iowa has recommended the appointment of Harry D. Hines as postmaster at Humeston. SCHEDULE GIVEN FOR GOOD FRIDAY CHURCH SERVICE Seven Periods of Devotion Will Be Conducted at Congregational. · The schedule for the Good Friday community service on '"The Seven Last Words From the Cross," starting at 12 o'clock noon and continuing to 3:30 o'clock in the afternoon at the First Congregational church, was announced as follows: PROCLAMATION Realizing the importance of .the influence of our churches on our entire community life of Mason City, And noting that many of our churches are holding services on Good Friday, I, William S. Wilcox, mayor of Mason City, urge upon our citizens to attend the religious services being held in the respective churches of our city. Signed, W. S. WILCOX, Mayor of Mason City. Period One--Noon--12:25 P. M. The First Word--"Father, forgive hem; for they know not what they do." The hymn 168--"When I Survey he Wondrous Cross." The prayer. The Scripture lesson -- Luke 23:26-34. The solo--"Sheep and Lambs." Mrs. Raymond Weston. Mrs. Morris Laird, organist. The Meditation--"The Word of ntercession." The Rev. J. Lee Lewis. The intermission for silent med- tation. Period Two--12:30 P. M.-12:55 P. M The Second Word--"Verily I say unto thee, today shall thou be with me in Paradise." The hymn 322--"Beneath the 'ross of Jesus." The prayer. The Scripture lesson -- Luke !3:35-43. The anthem, "The Agony,," tainer, Dikka Moen, Doris Lagasse, Wallace Allen, Virgil Hicks. Mrs. Ruth Patton, organist. The Meditation--"The Word of :"ardon." The Rev. Homer E. Blough. The intermission for silent mediation. Period Three--1 p. M.--1:25 P. M. The Third Word--"Woman, Behold Thy Son--Son, Behold Thy Mother." The hymn 58--(first tune)-"Lve Livine." The Scripture lesson -- John 19:25-27. The solo--"Christ Went Up Into ihe Hills," Hagernau. Mrs. W. L. Bennett Mrs. Ruth patton, organist. The Meditation--"The Word of Human Care." The Rev. George K. Davies. The intermission for silent meditation. Period Four--1:30--1:55 P. M. The Fourth Word--"My God, My God, why hast Thou Forsaken Me?" The hymn 164--"Alas, and Did My Savior Bleed." . The prayer. The scripture lesson--Matthew 27:35-47. The Minster trio--"Were You There?" Mrs. Don Wells, Mrs. A. C. Hagerman, Mrs. C. E. Gilman. Mrs. Earl E. Ehlers, organist. The Meditation--"The Word of Loneliness." The Rev. A. W. Schmidt. The intermission for silent mediation. Period Five--2 P. M.--3:25 P. M. The Fifth Word--"I thirst." The hymn 298--"My Faith Looks Up to Thee." The prayer. The Scripture lesson -- John 19:28-9. The cello.solo--"Sarabande," Bach James Steinhart. Mrs. Eari E. Ehlers, organist. The Meditation--"The Word of Human Need," The Rev. Henry C. Brunenieier The intermission for silent mediation. Period Six--2:SO P. M.--2:55 p. M. The Sixth Word--"It is Finished." The hymn 173--"In tee Cross of Christ I Glory.'The prayer. he Scripture lesson--John 19:30. The solo--"It Was For Me," Brisby Lawrence Cain. Mrs. Bertha Fatchen, organist. The Meditation--"The Word of Victory." The Rev. IValter H. Kampen. The intermission of silent mediation. Period Seven--3 P. M.--3:30 p. M. The Seventh Word--"Father Into Thy Hands I Commend My Spirit." The hymn 165--"There Is a Green Hill Far Away.'' The prayer. The Scripture leson--Luke 23:46. The solo--"Come Ye Blessed " iual. ' ' Mrs. C. G. Maudsley. Mrs. Bertha Patchen, organist. The Meditation--"The Word of Trust" The Rev. David L. Kratz. The hymn 2ol--"Rock of Ages." The benediction. In order thai the pupils and faculty of schools may atlend this com- nunity or any other service being leld on Good Friday, Supt. R. B. rons states that children may be excused from school on a note from arents. In the community service eing held in First Congregational hurch, the services beginning at 2:30 and 1 p. m., are especially set aside for'the school people and'they re invited to attend either of these eriods. i EASTER SUNDAY DINNER MENUS ARE SUGGESTED (Continued from Page 12) Dash of salt % cup hot waler 4 egg yolks 1 teaspoon vanilla 4 egg whites, stiffly beaten 1 cup cream, whipped 2 dozen lady fingers Melt chocolate in lop of double boiler. Add sugar, sail, and waler, slirring unlil sugar is dissolved and mixture blended. Remove from boiling waler; add egg yolks, one al a time, beating thoroughly afler each. Place over boiling waler and cook 2 mtoules, or until Ihickened, stirring constanlly. Add vanilla and fold into egg whiles. Chill. Fold in whipped cream. Line bottom and sides of mold with lady fingers. Turn chocolate mixture into mold and place remaining lady fingers on top. Chill 12 to 24 hours in refrigerator. If desired, add % cup inely cut walnut meals lo chocolate mixture before turning into mold. Unmold. This serves 8. TV. Edith and Katherine's Dinner. Cream of Spinach Soup garnished with slice of hard cooked egg in center Chicken Loaf Buttered Carrots Buttered Baby Limas Homemade Rolls iream Cheese and Pineapple Jelly Salad Apple Crisp Coffee Salted Nuts The rolls were so clever and so delicious. With her fancy yeast dough, Katherine had made several varieties, little cinnamon buns, Parkerhouae rolls, and twin rolls-me twin white and one twin brown, baked together in one tin.' Edith's Apple Crisp. I don't know whether she calls t this or not, but instead of Ihe usual apple pie, Edith bakes sweetened sliced apples in a shallow tin. Members of the Cerro Gordo county bar association left the Cerro Gordo counly courlhouse al 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon to attend funeral services for former Gov. John Hammlll at Britt. and presses on to the top of them a mixture of 1 cup of sugar, Vi cup of buller and Vi cup of flour, all smoolhly creamed together. This forms a most delicious butlery lop. You can add a sprinkle of cinnamon. Mrs. S.'s Spring Dinner. Pineapple Juice Roast Capon Browned Potatoes Gravy Creamed Turnips Siring Beans and Fresh Cucumber Dressed with French Dressing Slrawberries and Cream Mixed Cookies Coffee If you haven'l turnips in your repertoire, take heed for they may be marvelously delicate and fragrant, and quite an unusual touch. The salad was so attractively served in a high glass dish, cucumbers on one side and beans on the other, both dressed jusl right. And each person could help himself onto his dinner plate. Take nolice dish-washers! VI. Veal Birds wilh Tomatoes · Baked Carrots and Onions Baked Polaloes Pear and Ginger Salad Chocolate Velvet Cream or Cottage Cheese Prune Pie Chocolate Velvet Cream. 1 square unsweetened chocolate 1 cup milk 1 tablespoon granulated gelatin % cup sugar % leaspoon salt 1 cup heavy cream % leaspoon vanilla Add chocolale to % cup milk and heat hi double boiler. Soak elatine in remaining % cup milk 5 minules. When chocolale is mell- ed, beal with rotary egg bealer un- lil blended. Add gelatine, sugar, and salt and stir until gelatin is dissolved. Cool. Add cream and vanilla. Chill until cold and syrupy. Place in bowl of cracked ice or ice water and whip with rotary egg beater until fluffy and thick like whipped cream. Turn into individual molds. Chill until firm. Unmold and garnish with whipped cream. This serves six. Cottage Cheese Prune Pic. 2 cups finely ground zwieback crumbs 4 tablespoons soft butter 2 tablespoons sugar 2 cups cottage cheese, forced ihrough fine sieve % cups cooked prunes 1 cup table cream 2-3 cup sugar % teaspoon sail 1 lablespoon cornslarch 4 eggs well bealen 1 cup whipping cream--for topping Combine zwieback crumbs, butter, sugar and mix thoroughly. Grease a 10 Inch pie pan (deep type) and pat crumbs on to the sides and bottom to form crust Combine cream, sugar, sail and cornslarch in top of double boiler; blend well. Heat lo boiling and pour over bealen eggs, stirring continuously. Add cheese and prunes thai have been pitted and sliced, mix and pour into crust. Bake in a slow oven 275 degrees F. one hour and 25 minutes, or until custard is set. Cool before serving. Top with swirls of whipped cream. Serves 6 to 8. Here's Whipped Cream Cake for Hilda S. Many thanks to lone Willmott for sending in this recipe for Hilda: Whipped Cream Cake I'/s cups sugar J ,-2 cup cold water % teaspoon salt 2 cups cake flour, sifted 3 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon vanilla Mix above ingredients. Whip 1 cup of sweet cream unlil il slands up. Beal 3 egg whiles. Fold in cream and egg whites and bake la a moderate oven 45 minutes. Plum Dumplings and Rocks Wanted Dear Jeanetle Beyer: Can you supply me with the following: 1. Recipe for old fashioned boiled plum dumplings--the Bohemian kind. 2. Recipe for rocks that will be moist. Mine are delicious but dry. Thanking you, Bessie N. Can any good cook friends help out Bessie N.? I don't know Ihe Bohemian dumplings and my rocks are ralher dry too. Who Knows Cheese Popcorn? Here's anolher letter for the recipe sleulhs: , Dear Jeanelte Beyer: I would like to know if you could please give me the recipe for,pastel colors in popcorn and also for cheese popcorn. Hoping that you or your readers can help me out. Madeline D. If you know the answers, please address .Teanette Beyer ia care of the paper. EASTE MILLER-JONES/ CmpoJu the. QjLiolilu; ! " · . · '^H · . t.. · , " - . . · - . ,. ' -.· , .' ^^^^^^r , · ' ' · ' . - ,' . · ·, .. - fli^-.' ^ Flat Heel Sandals In Patents, Blue, Beige, and White. SPORT OXFORDS White Elk, Cut- Out Sport Oxfords, Leather Soles and Heels. Buy Your Shoes at Miller-Jones and Make it a Habit Shoe Savings for Al! the Family at Miller-Jones Broad Button STRAPS Medium round toes and square Continental heels. Monk Strap, Cuban Heels White buck or patent. Cuban heels and cutout vamps. Miller-Jones HOSIERY FULL FASHIONED RINGLESS CHIFFONS in THE BRIGHT, NEW SPRING SHADES Si§®E ST@§1E 19 SOUTH FEDERAL AVENUE

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