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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May ft), 19g7 Irvington Schools Wind Up Season With Picnic*, Fun Irvington: The Parsons school on the Airline of which Ralph Brown is director, closed last Friday with a school picnic which was very well attended. Miss Etta Bacon, present teacher, has obtained the Dutton school in west Cresco township for the ensuing year, and Miss Bernlce Button will teach the school vacated by Miss Bacon. Surveyors Busy Surveyors were busy the first of the week working on the road between the old Ward and the C. R. Lewis places. During the summer this road is to be graded, giving the farmers west of the Rich Point vicinity a better "farm to market" highway. For many ears this has been a non-traveled road, grown mostly to grass and in wet weather impassable with a car. Johnson School Picnic About sixty-five pupils and patrons of the L. A. Johnson school attended the school picnic held at the Call State Park last Sunday. Miss Pearl Leigh, the present teacher, will return again next year. Sim Leigh is the director. School in District No. 4. Irvington. closed on Friday with a picnic for the pupils and patrons. Miss Ruth Fraser has the school again for next year. Leslie Jenkins and Fred Geigel were among the ladies from Irvington township who attended the Mother's Day tea last week given in Plum Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppman entertained 35 guests last Sunday for dinner, honoring their youngest daughter, Esther, who was confirmed at the German Lutheran church in Algona on that date. Guests present were from Fenton. Whittemore, West Bend and Algona. Mrs. Homer Lindhorst returned to Marion. South Dakota, last Wednesday (a week ago) where she will again receive medical treatments. Some time ago Mrs. Lindhorst fell while walking in their house yard and fractured her hip: from this accident she has never fully recovered. Mrs. Alice Duryen attended the class play of the graduating class at the Seneca high school last week. Wayne Campbell, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Campbell and grandson of Mrs. Duryea was among those taking a leading part in the production. The Campbells are former Irvington residents. The Elmer Dye family of Mason City were week end guests at the Ralph Laage home. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lage and family accompanied by the Dye family, motored to Seneca, where they enjoyed a family reunion at the Ralph Campbells. Mrs. Alice Dur yea. mother of the above mentioned ladies returned to the Lage i home after a week's visit with the , Campbells. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meurer and family of Wesley were Sunday visitors "at the Armour Lemke home. Miss Jessie Smith visited with her friend, Margaret Mulligan, on Sunday. Howard Raney. Ames student and Ruth Black, teacher at Tyrrell, spent the week end with their respective families. Mrs. Fred Park entertained the Cresco Woman's club last Thursday afternoon. Nineteen members and guests were present. Donald Guderian is employed by the Ray Fitchs for the coming season. Donald -vho was recently married, lives in Algona and drives back and forth to his work. Mrs. Paul Dremmel accompanied by her mother. Mrs. Leason, and sister. Mabel, attended the Union club meeting which was held at the Good Hope church last Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Clark of Britt visited last week in this vicinity with their daughters. Mrs. R. Fitch and Mrs. Geo. Johnson. They also spent some time with another daughter, Mrs. Ben Potter in Al- Ifona. Mrs. A. L. Jordan of the Ventura neighborhood, has been visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Alvin Weber in Sherman township. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jordan are now located In California, where they both have employment. Mesdames Perry Phillips, John Schultz. Geo. Johnson, Hugh Raney, Hal Skilltng, John Johnson, Wind Does Damage In West Bend, Mon. West Bend: The windstorm Monday night blew down a large number of trees and branches were broken off in other places. The wind also broke the window in the front of Geo. Hartnett's cafe. John Cunningham's popcorn stand was blown out into the street. FENTON DEFEATS WHITTEMORE, 6-0 Fenton: Fenton high school baseball nine journeyed to Whittemore last week Tuesday and defeated Whittemore high school 6-0 in an abbreviated contest. The game was called at the end of the fifth inning. Alderson didn't give Whittemore a hit during the five innings played. Fenton scored two runs in the first inning and kept building up their lead. Geronsin of Fenton had a perfect day at bat with three hits out of three times at bat. Fenton showed marked superiority in batting and fielding even though the game was short. Alderson of Fenton kept up his stellar pitching by striking out nine men. Friday the team defeated St. John's of Bancroft, 3-2, here. Democratic Women Flora M. Bradley, of Bancroft. Kos«uth county vice democratic chairman, calls attention to the fact that a meeting of women of the democratic party will be held in Des Moines, May 24th and 25th. Five states will be represented. Mrs. Anna Struble, Denver's first policewoman, will be one of the featured speakers, talking on "Youth and the Roosevelt Administration." Harry Poffenberger and Bernard Agard were fishing at Lost Island Saturday. Miss Lela Freiden and her school pupils held their picnic at the park Tuesday afternoon. Miss lantha Gearhart, who has been teaching near Fenton, spent the week at her home here. Mrs. Joseph Mikes accompanied her daughter. Mrs. Bert Shellmyer of Whittemore to Algona. Monday. Mrs. George- Bell of Fort Dodge spent a few days the post week at the home of her sister, Mrs. H. R. Bell. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Munson and Clinrlene and Bob. spent Sunday at the home of their son, Howard, nenr Grnettinger. Jnmes Barber, who is a student nt Waldorf College in Forest City. spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barber. W. H. Daubendiek and Misses Marie Dunn and Mae Sloan drove to Calumet. Tuesday to attend a picnic of the telephone company employees. The L. S. L. club met with Mrs Jerry Schutter. Tuesday afternoon After the business meeting and entertainment, Mrs. Schutter served refreshments. W. H. Daubendiek and Donald Cobb returned Sunday from Des Moines and Pella, where Mr. Daubendiek went to take some pictures at the tulip celebration. Wilbur Stone who is working in New York for the Western Electric Co., came home Sunday morning for a few days' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stone. Mr. and Mrs. John Satern, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. John Satern, Jr.. and family of Bode were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of the former's son, Thorsten Satern. The Bay View club met with Mrs. John Day Tuesday. After the business meeting, Mrs. Ida Williams had charge of th« entertainment Mrs. Day. assisted by Mrs. C. C, Miller, served delicious refreshments. Mrs. Adolph Mikes returned to their home Sunday evening from Minneapolis where she visited her daughter, Irene, who is attending school at the State University. She also visited her brother at Parker South Dakota, _-, .. ilt.. Cookie and Cracker Values ! Soda 2 Ib. box 0UUi» 1 Q Excell Crackers iyc Ritz Crackers 1 lb- pkg- 21c OUp Brown _ Burry Crackers 1 Ib. pkg. 19c Zion Fig Bars 2 Ibs. 19c Zion Ginger Snaps 2 Ibs. 19c Burry Moonlight Puffs Ib. 19c Rewrites Of New! From L«» Tuesday 't Kostuth County Advance News Items of Wesley Vicinity IN-It-RED IN ACCIDENTS- Peter Theissen, Bancroft, when he 'ell from a car and suffered a fractured skull and other injuries. He was brought first to Algona, ihen tnken to Fort Dodge. He was accompanying Charles Quinn of Bancroft, in the latter's car which was pulling a trailer. Theissen had attempted to look behind at the trailer, when he fell onto the pavement. Alvin Bangert, driver for the Jepson Transfer, Sioux City, suffered a double fracture of the pelvic bone and internal injuries, Friday, when his truck struck a bridge on the Whittemore road. » * * A CHICKEN THIEF, Leo Leininger 23.. of Lotts Creek, was sentenced to a year in jail, after confessing to a series of petty thefts before Judge Davidson in Algona. He admitted theft of some hides from the Lotts Creek store, also. * * * THIRD OPERATION for former Senator L. J. Dickinson was performed Saturday, in a Washington. D. C., hospital. Congressman Fred Gilchrist from the eighth district of Iowa is also reported as seriously sick in the hospital at Iowa City. » * * TORNADO AND lightning struck northeast Kossuth county, Monday night. Damage was done at farm homes, and a Mrs Bosma of Lakota was knocked unconscious by a bolt of lightning. Telephone poles and power lines were reported down. The Arthur Fisher, Walter Meyer and Lou Nitz farms were damaged. At the Clarence Edwards farm the barn was blown down, and likewise the John Roelfsema farm. Stock was also killed at the latter place. * * * FINED—E. B. Turner, Lone Rock, $1 and costs, for failure to stop at an arterial by Justice Welter; Orville Elkins, 55 and costs by Justice Danson for speeding with a truck. * * * SHOT IN THE THIGH, was Ivcr Bothne, elderly retired farmer of Bode, by a youngster, Sundiy afternoon when he was fishing along Lotts Creek. The bullet was removed at a Fort Dodge hospital. * * * A HOMESTEAD DEED 55 yean old was found at LuVerne recent ly when the county auditor was there. The deed was to the property owned by B. F. Burtis anc had been in Mr. Burtis' possession since Jan. 7, 1882. 12 US. Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bentele are the parents of a twelve pound baby girl born to them Friday night. They have three other children, Maxine, Donald and Lois. The Benteles formerly lived on the Nils M. Johnson farm north of town until March 1st when they moved to a farm they purchased near Woden. Drilling New Well A group of well drillers and their outfit are parked on the city hall grounds and have commenced the drilling of a new well for Wesley s ivater supply. Vet Leaves Hospital Dr. F. A. Bonnstetter who was injured internally last week Monday when a horse fell against him at the Clarence Gormann farm, was able to leave the Kossuth hospital and return home Sunday. He is able to be up and about some with the aid of crutches. Mrs. W. J. Green and children spent the week end with Mrs. Grace Green and family near LuVerne. BURIED—Dan Hantelman, 78, of Fenton. Wednesday. Pallbearers were George Siems, Walter Ohm,j Richard Hengel, Arthur Voight, Ev Old Fa»hloiied STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE made with 40 01. QO*» phi;- X7V» Heinz Tomato Ketchup 14 oz. bot. 16c 'j Ib. pU(f. 'i 1»>. P»<K- Lipton's Tea green 22c; black 39c "Vigorous and \Vine>" Bokar Coffee 2-1 Ib. cans 49c Del Monte Coffee 2 Ib. can 49c Gorton's Codfish 28 oz. cans 25c Hires Root Beer Extract 3 oz. bot. 23c lona Carrots, diced 3 No. 2 cans 25c Lima Beans 3 No. 2 cans 25c Brillo Soap or Cleaner pkg. 9c Palmolive Soap cake 5c Regular or ( onrentratKl Super Suds 221 oz. pkgs. 35c Classified Ads EARLY 90 DAY Golden King seed corn will still get ripe planted any time in May. S2.50 bushel. Also Kossuth Reliance.—A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore, Iowa. 20* FARMS FOR SALE—All sizes, prices, locations. Terms to suit you. List your farm with us.—McDonald & Co. 10-tf P.EAL BARGAIN'S on good improved farms, als-o real buys on Algona lots and homes.—Kohlhaas Bros., phone 22. 20-tf FOR SALE—Slightly used ice refrigerator. Late type, white porcelain inside. Bottom trimmed black. Reasonably priced.—Thomas Radio Service, Phone 12F12, Irvington, Iowa. 20 Miscellaneous Mrs. Ersland of Belmond is being employed at the Frank Fox farm home northeast of town. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meurer and two children spent Sunday in Irv ington visiting the Armour Lem ke family. Mrs. Clara Wingert and two sons of Waterloo spent last week here visiting her father, Frank Wolf and other relatives. Miss Mary Ormsby who attends Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls, spent the week end here with her parents. Mrs. Silas Skow will be hostess to the Priscilla Phoebe society at her farm home next week Wednesday afternoon, May 26th. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alne and three children motored to Blue Earth, Minn., Sunday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Oelke Mrs. Gladys Carey, sister of Mrs. Charles Kraus, has gone to Des Moines, where she is employed as registered nurse at the Polk County hospital. Miss Harriet Goughnnur of Al bert City, Latin and English in structor in that high school, spen the week end here with Miss Ma bel Stage. A Miss Brunning of St. Benedic is being employed at the Sam AIni residence, doing house work fo Mrs. Alne, who is operating i beauty shop. Members of the sophomore clas and the high school faculty planne a wiener roast and theatre part for Tuesday night of this week t be held at Algona. A group of women of the Meth odist Aid formed a "cleaning bee" Wednesday when they gave the church a thorough spring cleaning. Dinner was brought and enjoyed during the noon hour. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hopkins drove to Humboldt Sunday where they spent the day with.McGee relatives. Mrs. Hopkins' maiden name was Miss Jeanette McGee. A group of youngsters made their first communion In the St Joseph's Catholic church in Wesley Sunday morning. First Communion ser- vicea were also held the same day in St. Benedict and Algona. The pupils and parents of the George Pommer school north of own held their closing day community picnic, at Eagle Lake State Park north of Britt Sundfty. Miss Mabel Kent is the teacher. The local baseball team played he team from St Benedict on the Wesley diamond Sunday, ftnd were victorious, defeating St Benedict by a score of 11 to 4. This was heir second game of the season, having lost the first game. The Charles Froehlichs were Sunday guests at the home of their daughter, Mrs. E. M. Huber in Algona. Their oldest grandchild, Kathleen ' Huber, made her first communion Sunday with a class at he St. Cecelia Catholic church. Guests nt the L. H. Kleinpeter home Sunday were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kleinpeter. and the Vincent Kleinpeter '«>«"?• MM- Vincent Kleinpeter was ill with the flu the middle of this week and the children were cared for at the home of L. H. Kleinpeter. Miss Leila Wester of Ames spent he week end here with her parents, the Emll Westers. Mr. Wester enjoyed one of his birthday anniversaries Saturday and in observance of the event a group of the young children in the neighborhood, not yet in their teens, walked In on them for a jolly g^ 0 * 6 " 1 "'. °" e of the youngsters brought a birthday cake and refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steveniand son, Wilbur, spent Sunday in Webb at the Evert Hodgln home Mrs. Hodgln is the former Pearl Steven. Mrs Drusilla Noble and Edith Greenfield were Sunday supper guests at the Martin Hinders home at Woden. Mrs. Hinders Is a daughter of Mrs. Noble. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Johnson became parents of a daughter last Wednesday morning at their home here. This makes a family of two sons and a daughter. Zada Giddings, Burt, Is caring for Mrs. Johnson and the new baby. Mr. and Mrs. John Weiland and Edna May Fitch of Hutchins were Sunday supper guests at the home of Mrs. Welland's mother, Mrs. Ed Wrt. H«*en home a town Mr. and Mrs. and ionj&arle^ .pent th at tha Hansen Rome with mother. Fttcft Notice of Letting Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Auditor, Algona, Iowa, until 1:30 p. m., June 9, 1937, for gravel surfacing Secondary Road Districts No. 112, 297, 298, 305, 357-A, 374-A, 402, 408, 407 408, 409, 410, 411, 413, 414, and 415! involving 31,300 cu. yds. of gravel to load and haul one mile; 167,800 units of additional one-half mile haul and 8,100 cu. yds. of stripping gravel pits. Additional Information may be secured at the office of the county engineer, Algona, Iowa. County Auditor. Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATK OF IOWA, ven that by and against , .r^vs' oY'^y ve the Northwest Fractional «uarter N\VKK'i> an.l the North One Unit 'Nm of the soutliwe..t One Quarter ,f !?rctl.m KlKht m Town"lill> One Hunilrcil (1001 Jiang* thirty (30) West of the 5th I 1 . M. Kossutr. Coun- t> An'<r < l' will proceed to sell' said property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy snld execution with costs nml accruing cost at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash. In hand, on the 3rd clay of June. 1!<37. it the east door of the Court House In AlKona. In Kossuth County. Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M.. of said <lnv. when and where due .ittendnnre will be Blven by the undersigned. Dated this 3rd day of May. 1937. CASEY LOSS, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. •JO-21 FILM DEVELOPING—and printing, any sire, 30c per roll, frw enlargement with any roll. —Lusby's drug 15-tf FOR SALE—]!»37 model Grunow electric refrigerator. lf.>37 Electro- i lux Kerosene refrigerators. See | them before buying. Now on display.—Thomas Radio Service, phone 12F12. Irvington, Iowa. 20 FARM LOANS—44*J. Nis commission. No red tape. See A. E. Mallory. Travelers Ins. Co., Clear Lake, or M. P. Haggard, Algona. 17-22 PRESH PINEAPPLE, size 30 ____2 for 29c NEW POTATOES 10 Ibs. 39c RIPE BANANAS 3 Ibs. 23c FOR SALE—F-12 Karmall tractor anil cultivator.—Elbert Garage, Algona, lov/a. 20» BARGAINS during our removal sale: Barn paint. Me gal.: linseed oil. C'Tr- jfill ; turpentine, Cflc'gal.; house paint. 51 A'i gal.; varnish, 51 1'j Kill.: :'>'-'x.'i : j tires. SJ.fc'j: wash tub:-. ;,'.«•; ropper bottom wash tubs, I 51 I'i'J— Joe Bloom, Coa.st-to-Coast | store. 201 FOFi SALE—Turkey ey^s. also pr.ult.s on May 20th. 2fcc r-.-n-h. — Kutjene Hofius O'.tosen. Phone CPJ 20* FOP. .SALE—Used Buy Its.—Joe Bloom. 20 ANNOUNCEMENT — We are pleased to advise we can furnish you with a high quality chick mash at $2.95 per cwt. Buy Wellendorf Leghorn baby chicks and started chicks and get honest to goodness egg production next winter.—Wellendorf Hatchery, Algona, Iowa. erctt Dreyer and Wm. Voight. Mr. Hantelman is survived by his wife and three sons, Louis, Daniel and Leland, and four daughters, Mrs. Wm. Botkinn. Malinda, Edna anc! Salina, Mrs. Wm. Hammerand, and Mrs. H. Dieter. « # * BURIED—Mrs. Jos. Faulkner, of Lakota, aged 70. Lakota had been the family home since 1918. Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian church, Friday. A husband, son and daughter survive. • • • DIED—Mrs. L. G. Gartner, wife of former Titonka pastor, at Hibbing, Minn. Services were held at Hibbing. and burial was in Titonka cemetery. Rev. Gartner, and a number of sons and daughters*, John, in the navy; Mildred, Chicago; Harold of Titonka; Ruth of Washington, and Alice, Dorothy and Paul, survive. For Rent FOR RENT—Pasture. Water and plenty of shade.—A. B. Schenck. 20- BARGAIN DAYS at the Annex Fri. and Sat., May 21 and 22 These two days are bargain days at the busy little bargain center located directly back of Stdele's Clothing store. For two days, we are going to hold a real clearance sale on the following items: Children's print dresses, mostly large sizes 14, 16. regular $1.98 values for only C8c 2 for Jl.M All ladies Spring hats, dark colors, before we feed 'em to the cows only, 49c. Lot of silk dresses, long party dresses, dark prints, dark plains, extra values for only $3.99. $1.98 silk blouses $1.98 values for 98c. Saturday Afternoon Special. Misses JIGGER COATS For One Hour Only Three O'clock Saturday May 22 •J c 3T l 2Hr2& "I "I"J Cnrischilles Beinning at 3 o'clock until every garment is sold, we offer about 25 jigger coats in all sizes from 14 to 20 in every conceivable color (shrimp, blue, tan, grey, check, black) in one grand final clearance for $6.00 These attractive useful little wraps represent values from $12.85 to $15.00 and are ALL THIS SEASON'S GARMENTS. No old coats, all new, all beautfiul, all full lined and all bargains. No garments sold before 3 ^ ^^ A A o'clock—von may sec them an \ ^^ IIII begins. « U^ VV hour before the sale THE GREATEST BARGAIN OF THE SEASON FOR A small group of $19.75 jiggers for only $10.00 Now It's Cotton Time New Cotton D The Chrischilles Store Here they are-those cool, Inviting cotton Cresses-crisp, fresh looking and completely different. So many new materials this year that It makes one almost dlz/y—voiles, shantones, linens, powder puff muslins; prlnt«, dotted Swisses, and many others, in new attractive patterns and appealing colors. Wanted FOP. HALE--M.jl-.rlen Koy Beans. The Kin.] tnat .-'a.Mi up—A. B. H.'-hei.r k. Algona 2 irnN"- north ii.ter:-i . ti<jii 1H ii!;i| It/i. a:;J ; . milt east. ;ii.'l •_ :..;]>• r.Mth. 2<l' FOP. :-:.M.F. Tune in "A. A. I'. Bandwagon." 7 to 8 P. M., Thursday, WCt.O A&P Food Stores 'A-f.-rt.'.'.- i. — Me Ei. li.'.i-rnat- WANTED—Radio repairing. We have latest equipment. All work guaranteed.—Thomas Radio Ser- vir-e Phone J2F12, Irvington, Iowa. 20 MAN WANTED for Rawleigh Routes of fsOO families in Algona ami Ernmt-tsburg. Reliable hustler should start earning J25 weekly and increase rapidly. Write today.— Rawieigh's Dept. IAE-U-S, Freeport, Illinois. 20* '"''"' '"'• ~_ WANTED—Man to handle our ('AKLi.SI.K ri .-'«! i (:•.:. :-. oe.-'. 20* rapid telling line of household and farm supplies in this territory. A clean, profitable business arrangement for any honest, ambitious person. Write today.—Dr. Ward's Medical Co.. Winona. Minn. 20* FOP. .SALE-A .-mail lot. <,f extra n.-a.-onab!y i ui;ition for pi:' td. Al .r; linv.- r.ea:..- - -Ka.'jnei -, KUvalor, Hotfirt-! r-jj. J'i.r.j.e 'MF1. 36-tf ' Live Stock Auction Tuesday, May 25, 1937 Our sale in holding uy uood for this bfUAOii of the ><-ar. Now that pUuitinu corn i>» nearly over, we expert to IIUVK boiue more good BUJY». T 1 . »iil<- 1-a.rries the rrpuUition ol getting the job (tune. A pluc-f win-re >ou uill inert the real bUu-kinrii of this iiiiiuiiuiuty and MJT rounding territory. It in not III-K »»ary for the uonsignur to be prwiit, ut- "ill look after hi» iuU-re*l» and Ior»aj-d him !"•> money. Our bi(iK>»t job is Kitting enough stuck, t'lenty ol demand. Hint- iuil» lor brood sow* und feed- ing llu ' u l < work H. M. Colwell Mgr. Colwell Bros., Aucts. Iowa State Bk., Clerk REMOVAL .SALE--Ropt. 50 ft. • , . iiiiii. 'i'jr : milk pails, for ( j.0r-; rnilk r^jlur- 1:0 rjt >!Zt-, Vjt ; nirjtor oil, j Oir giade. 2 gal for »1; 2?> ft. gar- lin lir/--..-. 'jhc—Joe Bloom. Coait- to-Cua.-jt store. 20 It' V()U nted K { 'rj<] heed corn. loi/.e and .see my Kos.->uth Reliance anri (lolUiii King. 40 years' ex- peiimre >elei-inig and r ullmg. $2.&0 bu. up.—A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore. 19' KGK FARMS or town property, bee me.- ('. W. Nicoulin, real estate. Alyona. 7-34' FOR SALE Silver King Setd coin' a high yielding vuiiety, and it ii-llb at a premium.—F. S. Thompson, phone 2tiF12. 13-20 FOK SALE--Used type writer, tanrj.ir'l ijiukc a.id size, in goori un-JiMon, $2t). Algijiia Upper lJt:s .Ioine.s. 18 t'CiK SALE Seed corn in the ear. Yellow doiit, tu:>la 'j« per cent. $2.1X1 per bushel. -('. H. Albright. Kl 2. Algona. 17-tf* FOH SALE- Manchu Soy Beans. . !.UO per buahel.- (Jeu. Miller, Rt 2. Aiyojiu. Phone il''J3. J7-tl DANCE RHYTHM CLUB Swing Band Sat, May, 22 SEXTON Ladle* l&c; tient* 4&c plu» t Clip this adv. ladies and present before 9:30 P. M. and you dance 'Free. Coming May 29 SWANEE'S SWING BAND Higher and Better Than Ever Using Latest and JBtsit R. C. A Sound System and Dance HiU And many other attractive bargains which Leona will show you when you call at the Annex. Mew G-E Mod :, Have Just JUm-e- . . . in Time for Summer Weather The fioen lefrigeratort we have ever duplayeii tat now ready for your selection. Glitteniog white cabincii beautifully $tyled— advanced convenience feature*— new operating economic*— aad priced for thrifty puric* Both Monitor Top and FUtop mod*!*— all with the famou* i«alcd-ia-»tecl TURIFT UNIT tbat produce* more cold fitter aad for le** co*t. See the models on display here Kohlhaas & Spilles Hardware You'll love them—because tuey are new. You'll buy them btcnust* tlwy turn KO raut»imbl« iu price. You'll eujoy them because they wash well itud fit perfectly. Size* I* to Si.

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