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rvryrv- 1 in'T-'t -tt rrr -jttt -i tr1 a. li 4 IG iAKGAIW-GIVBKQ Dutchman Valley Mrs. V. Allbright Mr. and Mrs Ronald Mvets and son were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Lelnnd Kolbo and sons of near Memo Mr.
and Mis Iaddy Tealum entertained Mr and Mrs Roy Catlett and family fiom Sargent Sunday evening for supper. Mr Mis. Aithur Dye and family from Arnold were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. A Kin Russell and Rarbaia.
Mr. and Mis Bert Oxford and Mr. and Mis. Orville Oxford and family weie Sunduy dinner guests of Mr. and Mis.
Bud Dunkel and family of Beiwyn, Mr and Mis. Harold Wolford and family isited Sunday with Mr. and Mis. Floyd Rapp of Wes-teiville. Tnla was a biithday dinner In honor of Floyd'a birthday.
Mr. and Mis. -Alpha Allbright. -Claude and Dona Lou and Miss Audrey Holcomb of Mason City; Miss Viola Winchester of Merna; Mr. and Mrs.
Homer Wills and family of Bioken Bow, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mis. Evald Nelson and family of Gothenburg. Miss Willa Wolford and Miss Eleanor Kelly were Monday night guests of Miss Barbara Teahon, the occasion being Barbaras birthday. Vf1(v can do! V-4 Starts Friday! Just see what your pennies and ars SALE! FRESH NEW FALL DRESSESlN ALL SIZES On WOOL TOPCOATS Gabardine theds rain snow! Sizes 3446 USUALLY 8.95 UP Special purchase! Captivating styles Just in from New York.
Lovely new tissue and Ottoman failles, Cynara crepes, lush taffetas prettily styled with the extravagant detailing of costly frocks. -Every-size Is here In one style or another. Best colors, too. Choose early! Regularly Lillian Mrs. John Swick Homecoming The annual home-coming day at Lillian Christian church has been set for Nov.
2. This will be an allday affair, with a basket dinner seived in the church basement at noon. A special invitation is extended to everyone; especially to those who evei attended services at this chinch. 34.75 Scoop! Virgin WOOL COATS Warm and sturdy 100 per cent wool gabardine, Cravenetted repel Inoisture. Lined with rich rayon In the right places.
Popular button through mod- el has track for instal-ling zip linings. Taupe, Grey; shorts, longs, regulars. Wool zip-in lining (Free installation) Suedes, fleeces, checks! Sizes 10 to 18 SALE! MATCHED SETS 2.27 52 in 2.77 Fresh from New York, In the seasons choic SHIRTS Regular 2.49 est styles. -Soft suedes, smoky fleeces, ripple Full or fitted MONEY BAK work sets are carefully made of Twist Twill; Sanforized, mercerized, vat-dyed. SHIRTS have dress-style collars, no-gap fronts, flap pockets, graduated sleeve lengths.
Sizes 14 to 17. PANTS are sized to fit. Even the waistband Is sanforized. Theyve heavy boatsail drill pockets, waist. Grey or Tan.
Real value! Hurry for best Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bates spent several days this past week In Omaha. Mr. and Mrs.
R. T. Austin and son, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Bell and sons, Omaha, and Mr.
and Mrs. H. W. Swick were supper guests at the M. M.
Myers home Saturday. Mrs. Dora Bams returned to her home In Hay Springs after spending thtee weeks with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Teahon, on the Bates ranch.
Mr, and Mrs. Carroll Hill and Donald of Broken Bow, were sup- per guests Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Heitz. Guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Clem Bates last week were his three grandsons, Lincoln, when the parents, Mr. and Mrs, Call Mohatt, were vacationing In the Black Hills. This Week Mr. and Mrs.
Mohatt are at the Bates home and enjoying some pheasant hunting. Guests over the week-end at the Harry Swick home were Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Bell and sons, Mr. and Mrs.
R. T. Austin and son, all of Omaha. Mrs. Tony Marro, formerly Glen-da Jackson, Omaha, attended the church services at Lillian Sunday.
Mrs. Marro and husband were guests at the Harry Cosner home and enjoyed some pheasant hunting. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Maertens were week-end guests at the Carl Chnsp ranch.
Mis. W. E. Cosner stayed with the Bailey children, so Mr. and Mrs.
Bailey could spend Sunday with Bernard," who is a polio pa tient in a Grand Isldnd hospital. Mrs. Dora Wilson, Denver, Mrs. Jume Coffman, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Spanel, visited Sunday with Mr Mrs. Robert Carroll and family. Neil Carroll spent the week-end with Frank Connely and accompanied them on a fishing trip. Mrs Bailey of Halsey spent a few days helping at the Gillis- Bailey homo Brown Valley Mrs. George Nichelso.i Six Whaleys In Hospital Thcje are six Whaleys in the Callaway hospital.
On Wednesday, 15, MrrfT Lynn Whaley gave birth to a baby girl; on Oct. 16, Mrs. Stanley Whaley gave birth to a baby boy; Oct. 18, Mrs. Keith Whaley gave birth to a baby girl.
Keith and Stanley are brothers and Lynn is their cousin. Extension Club The Friendly Circle held their October meeting Oct. 16, at the Callaway Community Hall, with Mrs. Lester Hirsch, Mrs. Harry Huffman and Mrs.
Myron Hopkins as hostesses. The piesiuent conducted the bus-iness meeting with 14 members piesent. The leadeis gave the Part I lesson of mending and repair. The next meeting will be Nov. 20 at the Mis.
Joe Savidge home. You Save Plenty on these! Get your share! Sale! Rayon Crepe SLIPS Reg. 1.98 SILHOUETTE 60-GAUGE DARX-SEAM NYLONS 1 Regularly 98c 77c Rich-Color Corduroy CHENILLE BEDSPREADS Regularly 6.95 5.77 Sale of Men's PAJAMAS Reg. 2.98 Women's New BLOUSETTES 1.77 Boys 59c Anklets 2 pr. 97c Men's 29s Anklets 4 pr.
88c Men's 5 95 Slacks, Sale 4.97 198 Union Suits 1.74 1.77 2.47 s. Big full size 99-Inch spreads of thickly tufted cor-J Lovely chain overlay dcsipn in) duroy chenille, Tailored, lace-trimmed or built-up Boys' 4 98 Work Shoes 4.77 Ishoulder styles. In best colors First quality hose with flattering dark seams. Sheer 60-guage resist snagging. Heel design preventsj seam twisting.
Best fall colors. Save! Reg. U. S. Tat.
Off Sanforized broadcloths In coat ora Colorful velvet aqf) knitted cotton middy style. Pants waist in red, gold and purple I Youll love them. beautiful solid colors Sizes 32 to 52. Save now! Buy for gifts. Women's Calf OXFORDS 4.77 SC .4 V.
HI Reg. 5 95 plain toe style, walking heels. Sizes 4-10. Tough Avonite soles. Save! Corduroy, rcg.
1 9 yd 1.17 Reg 39c Striped Outing 33c 198 Sheet Blankets 1.88 CANNON Wash Cloths 6 for 57c Sale! Double BLANKETS 4.97 Special! New Private and Mrs. Albert Grotz of Denver spent Friday at the Harold Whaley Mr and Mrs. Charles Snyder and fumlly were Sunday dinner guests at the Harold Wilcox homo Irt Oconto. Mr and Mrs. Gailvn Harper and family of Fti McClellan, Ala camo to the Hoagland Harpers Friday.
They will spend some time visiting here. Mr. and Mrs Ed Smldt and children, Mr Mrs. John Abbott and children and Mr. and Mrs Bob Malcolm of Cozad were Sunday afternoon callers at George Nicholsons.
Joe Waldron of York spent Friday and Saturday at the home of Mr and Mrs Harold Whaley. Mr Hnd Mrs John Nlehelson left Friday morning for Sidney, where they will visit Marie Nih-clson and Mabel Nielson. Mrs. Ote Whaley went to Denver Saturday, to spend a week wlin her daughter. Mr, and Mrs Lewis Cantrell and sons were Sunday evening callers at the Harold Cantrell homo near Merna.
SALE! CURTAIN PANELS "fine CELANESE RAYON Thrift Days Only REPEAT OF A SELLOUT! FRESH FALL COTTONS Values to 89c yard HANDBAGS Sale! Women's SADDLE OXFORDS Reg. 4.98 Fleece-lined SWEAT SHIRTS Reg. 1.69 1.79 97c 37c Reg. 2.98 Reg. 5 95 plaid doubles, 5 wool, wide satin bindings.
Rose, Blue Green, Cedar. 4.37 1.37 2.50 Plus tax New assortment of taffetlzed prints, no-lron broad-Jlf you need curtains, get them now 'and save. These I cloths, denims, polished cottons, suedes, ginghams, laro Celanese rayon marquisette, so you knowlHeavy 10i-pound sturdy cottonslSturdy favorites In elk tanned Best styles In boxes, pouches, WhlteHclutch bags, shoulder straps. Plas-STerry Training Pants tic leathers, velvets, suedes, fall-jGauze Diapers les. Savel Imported Silk Scarfs suitings, percales.
49o, 59c, 69c, 79o, even 89o fa-jtheyre lovely, wear long. Eggshell color, 81 orlin silver, gold, blue, scarlet. Sizes! black and white leather, i brlcs. Come early for yours. g90.
Wide hems, ready to hang. 36 to 46. Buy several and save! rubber soles and heels. Sizes 4-9 2 for Doz 2.77 77c.
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