The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 29, 1937 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 29, 1937
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, CARONFIRE IN FRONT OF CHIEF'S SHOP Busch of Whittemore Did 1 Hot Have Par To Gto To Blase Whittemore: A car, owned by W. K. Wagner of Mallard, caught fire Monday noon on the main street in Whittemore In front of the Rusch barber shop. It Is thought that the fire started from a defective wire in the vehicle. Mr. Rusch, proprietor of the shop and also the Whittemore fire chief, used a fire extinguisher from his building and succeeded in getting the fire out before much damage was done. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Ventelcher of Wesley, visited at the Theodore Knecht home Sunday. Aurelia Alig who is employed at the H. W. Gteelan home, is having her vacation this week. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz and Ruth visited at the William Tlede home In LuVerne, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Voigt and •on, Bud, of Osage visited with relatives here from Saturday until Monday. Mary Anita Cairy of Mason City spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Saunders of this place. Mrs. Art O'Connor and Evelyn O'Connor and Grant Warner of Ft, Dodge visited at the James B. Geelan home Sunday. Mrs. Peter Schumacher and sons, Edward and Joseph spent Tuesday with Mrs. Schumacher's sister, Mrs. Grey at Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Thul of Chicago and Joe Woolner of Chicago spent Wednesday at the Peter Schumacher and Mike Thul homes. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tillmont of Des Moines spent one day last week at the Mike Reding home. Mrs. TIH- mont was formerly Mary Schumacher. Marian Hengel of Fenton Is spending this week at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schnttschnelder. Marian Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hengel. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Volgt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voigt and son, James, and Mr. and Mrs. Rheinhard Ostwald and daughter Gladys were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mather, of Rolfe. The Arnold Will family of Davenport, are spending several weeks at the August and Frank Schattschneider homes here. Mrs. Will was formerly Meta Schattschnelder, daughter of August and sister of Frank Schattschnelder. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cullen of Mason City visited at the home of the former's parents, Postmaster and Mrs. J. S. Cullen. Mary Blanid CuBefti accompanied her parents ARE YOUR Electrical « Fixtures Old Fashioned ? Bring your house up to date with modern, efficient light fixtiires. We carry an evei'-increas- ing stock of the latest patterns. If you plan to build a new home, consult us about fixtures and wiring. Check your electrical outlets. Don't overload your wiring, when new outlets are so reasonable. Pratt Electric Co. Phone 170 East State St. A New Era in Home Heating New Efficiency Beauty and Economy In no Held have development* occurred with greater interest and »ui<'«,s than in hmnr heating, honu- cooling and home comfort in general. Before you build, buy, repair or plun, it will pay you in health, comfort and economy to inspect and learn about the new type* ol heating apparatus's and equipment we iirr now showing at moderate print,. Stop in any timt* and krt*p abreast ol tiieix- home improvement*. Be Sure to See Our Lennox Oil Air-Flo The iuiefct, most efficient air-conditioning unit ever developed for oil fuel Exclusive counter-current air flow result* in high efficiency and low fuel cotto. Both the burner and the blower are unusually quiet. Unit designed *o that hoiue temperature can be maintained within a fraction of a degree without wasteful burner operation. Efficient steam-type humidifier etutily net la the requirement* of your home. Burner, heater, hu- luidiuer, niter* and blower ail enclosed in one attractive two-toned euaukeled-titeei cabinet. Suryluit alter area for high cleanking efficiency and long lilter life. Laing & Muckey 4G4 N. Dodge Ht. ELECTRIC EYE—Chester, IU.—Captain Harry Russell demonstrates a part of the detector equipment which will be used on all visitors at Menard Prison when the new electric eye is completed. The device held In the captain's hand Is passed over the visitor's body, causing a bell to ring if any metal object, even though It be no larger than a 10-penny nail. Is concealed on the person. After this search Is completed, the visitor must pass through a doorway where similar apparatus executes a second electrical search. A third check Is given If the visitor carries any form of a parcel or brief case. The latter must be placed on a table In the searching room, and by means of the bell signal they also are searched. Watches, belt buckles and other forms of jewelry all of which would cause the bell to ring, are checked in the entrance building before the visitor Is subjected to the search. Unconscious 3 Hours After Fainting in Harvest Field home after having spent last week with her grandparents here. Richard Seymour of the C. M. T. C. spent the week end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seymour. The Seymour Gengler of here, and Ueo. Studer of LuVerne took Richard back to Des Moines Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eisele and Frank and Alice drove to Blue Earth, Minn., Sunday where they spent the day at the Albert Eisele home. Joe, the young son of the Albert Elseles, returned to his home in Minnesota after spending last week with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. James F. Fleming and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Goehner of Mason City spent the week end in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming. The two couples were on their way home from a two weeks' vacation trip to North and South Dakota, Denver and Estes Park, Colorado, Yellowstone Park, Wyoming. Montana. Minnesota, Omaha, and Lake Okoboji. Return From Trip North, 1600 Miles Fairview-Corwith: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hauptman and daughters returned last Friday from 1600 mile trip. N They visited many Interesting points in the north including the Lake of the Woods, Winnipeg, Canada and The Dells in Wiscon- in. Mrs. Lnmon Sanders entertained he Thimble circle at her home last week Friday. The members of the Eastern Star circle enjoyed a picnic at the A. E. Mullins home last Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. William Wood drove o Stuart, Iowa, last week to take Mr. Wood's father, who had been visiting here, to his home. Percy Evans and Mr. Riley of Woolstock visited Monday at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Evans, Sr. Mrs. DeRae Godfrey visited last Friday at the home of her parents, Hr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson and it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans. Mr. and Mra. J. L. Oxley and Elizibeth, Mrs. Celia Stilson and Mary Jane Welter, left last week Thurs- oarber shop. It is thought that the Lake, near Dent, Minn, day for a few days vaction at Star South Dakota, and Mr. and Mrs. John Gleanes of Baxter, Iowa, visited a few days last week with Mr. ind Mrs. S. L. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Zwiefel and family went to Fort Dodge last Sunday to visit a niece of Mr. Zwieft), Virginia IJehty, who is a patient at Mercy hospital. Ross and Verrt Bealer of Morristown, III., and Wayne Bealer of Fenton, 111., spent a few days last week visiting their aunt, Mrs. Anna Oxley and other relatives. Edward Pfeffer and family of Des Moines and Miss Eva Pfeffer of Humboldt have returned to their homes after a two weeks' vacation with their father, Mose Pfeffer. Mrs. Roy Smith and sons, Raymond and Donald, and daughter, Edna of East Lansing. Michigan, are spending a ten day visit with Mr.s. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mra. A. L. Boaworth. Miss Erdine Gage, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gage, former Corwith residents, arrived Tuesday evening for a visit at the home of hiT aunt. Mrs. Fred Bush and other relatives at Britt and Eagle Grove Mr. and Mr.s. W. E. Evans and sons from Lucia, Iowa, and Mrs. Glen Tresier from Hunicston were Sunday visitors at the Claude Peterson home. Mrs. Evans and Mrs Treslers are sisters of Mr. Peterson Art Peterson, their father, returned home with them after a week's visit at the home of h^s son. Good Hope: James Dodds, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Dodds, was on the sick list last week. He fainted one day while out in the harvest field and It was nearly three hours before he fully recovered consciousness. He was at first thought to have been overcome by the heat but an examination by the family doctor showed a low vitality and blood count and generally run-down condition. James has plenty of grit and will soon respond to treatment for hlo trouble. Mrs. Opal Wheeler of St. Peters- burgv Fla., Is visiting the Presley Sarchetts. She is a sister of Mr. Sarchett The 4-H club met at Betty Turners last week. A full membership was present and the usual business transacted. Preaching service and Sunday School will be held at Good Hope and Whittemore churches next Sunday as usual. Mrs. Claude Salisbury, Ft. Benton, Montana, arrived Monday for an extended stay with her son, Howard, who lives east of Burt. Mrs. Mary Stelnman is home from a visit with the Nate Parrs at Austin, Minn. They brought her down Thursday of last week returning home the same day. Threshing will be In full swing in this community by the end of the week. The R. F. Hawcott grain was threshed Monday and other runs were scheduled to start throughout the week. Lucille Hackbarth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hackbarth, who, with her grandmother, Mra. Louis Hintz of Algona, has been visiting her uncle, Arnold Hintz at Westgate, Iowa, returned home Tuesday of last week. Mrs. Hintz remaln- ! ed for a day at the Hackbarth home. 3 LdiC AppdtttB* In Bancroft H<*p. Bancroft: "Herman Bo*ckhftH's young ion underwent an appendicitis operation at the Wohnke hospital Friday. On Saturday Joe Behrends of Ringsted was also operated on for appendicitis at the Wohnke hospital. On Monday Emily Anderson underwent an appendicitis operation at the Wohn- ke hospital. Dr. Egan performed Veronica, Agnes, Mary and Ber- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schlltz are the parents of a son, born Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schlltz are the parents of a son born Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Merrill are the proud parents of a daughter born Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Cody of Minneapolis visited Monday at the W. J. Hood home. Marie Dirks of Coleridge, Neb., visited from Saturday until Tuesday at the home of her friends, Mrs. R. E. Weber. Mrs. C. V. Skilling and two daughters returned to their home in Wlndom, Minn., after a two weeks' visit at Bancroft. eronlca, Agnes, Mary and Ber- nlce Saunders of Benson, Minn., visited over the week end with their cousin, Monica Baker. Clinton Guest of Los Angeles, Calif., Is visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Guest. He came Saturday. Billy Hood and Joe Williams took Nell Garry to his home in Omaha, Sunday. Mr. Garry spent the past week visiting relatives and friends in this vicinity. Kenneth Devine, student at Ames, returned Saturday to spend the remainder of the summer vacation at the home of his mother, Mrs. J. A. Devine. He attended summer school there the first part of the summer. Chas. Quinn, and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dyer and daughters, Lucille, Velma and Mary visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dyer at Alta Sunday. Mrs. Dyer remained for a longer visit and the others returned home the same day. Isabelle Saunders entertained at a dessert luncheon Monday In honor of Mrs. Russell baunders of Whlt- temore. After the luncheon, bridge was played. Mrs. A. W. Kennedy won first prize, Mary Sheridan the travel prize and Mrs. R. E. Hutton won the cut prize. Mrs. Saunders was given a guest prize. On Sunday, Frank Recker, Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Weber, Marie Dirks, Richard Underkofler, Collette Welp and Marjorle Bastlan drove to Clear Lake and enjoyed a picnic there. Mrs. Recker and Mrs. Joe Welp have been vacationing there and Joe Weip and Art Welp who have been In Charles City, were also there. Mrs. Welp and Mrs Recker returned to Bancroft with them Monday. came Sunday mowing to *1«Jt the «*otn*r, Mrs. Anna ka, who Is 111. Mr. and Mrs. Al Rostnmeyer, daughter, Patricia, Mr*. Frances Stepheftson and daughter, Vivian of Chicago, drove to Halbur, Saturday evening and spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Potthoff, Sr. Mrs. August Harig and Mrs. Marcella Erdman of Algona were callers Wednesday afternoon, July 21, at the Mrs. Anna Huschka home. They also had called on Mrs. Henry Arndorfer that dame afternoon. Mrs. H. Erlckson returned last Friday from Carroll, where she had been with her daughter, Mrs. Olson at the hospital there. She brought her daughter with her who Is slowly Improving here at her mother's home. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ludwig of Garner and Jacob Ludwig of Dike, were visitors at several of the homes of their relatives Saturday and Sunday. They visited their sister, Mrs. Henry Arndorfer on Sunday afternoon. Marriage Of Swea Teacher Revealed Swea-Eagle: Friends here have received word of the marriage of Miss Leona Keller to Jesse Halverson last Nov. 26th. Miss Keller of Bancroft for the past seven years has been a very successful teacher In Swea township. Mr. Halverson Is from Rlngsted. They are now living in Ames. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Platt, Thursday, July 15th. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Christenson and son visited Sunday at the J. E. Harners. Mr. and Mrs. J. Treat of Ayrshire were week end visitors at the home of their son, Floyd Treat Orvls Bergesons who has been In Minneapolis the past year Is home visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bergeson. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Petterson and son of Minneapolis are visiting at the home of Mr. Petterson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Petterson. Mrs. Emll Larson received word of the death of her uncle, Chas. A. Erlckson of Bay Ridge, N,Y. He Is a brother of Lars E. Erlckson In Swea City. Mr. Erickson was past ninety years and he had often visited here. His parents were among the early settlers, coming here In 1882 and homesteaded on the farm where Lawrence Schumacher now resides. Mr. and MM. Martin Meyer and sons, James and Bdward of Garner vttlttd at thfe WlltttHh Meyer and Fred Struecker hffmw Sunday. The boys stayed for a week's vacation with their grandparent*. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rechs and two sons of Pasadena, California, are spending a couple of weeks in the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Mae McoDnnell. Mrs. Rechs is the former Elsie Farrell. Sunday evening visitors at the Henry Kuecker home were Mrs. Emma Phillips of Fort Dodge, Mrs. Anna Wilson of West Bend, Mr. and- Mrs. Leonard Meyer of Garner, and Mrs. Lloyd Luchslnger of Graet- tlnger. Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwlth and son, Ellsworth, Mrs. Dorothy Sebers and son, Ralph, visited at the E. J. Heidenwlth home at Swea City. The latter's daughter, Elaine, accompanied the Art Heldenwlths to their home for a two weeks' visit The following from here attended a party at the Rudolph Will home Sunday lij honor of Mr. Will's'birthday: the Will Lelninger family, Mr. and Mrs. John Melne and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Scheller and the M. E, Lelninger family of Ogden. A number of relatives from Algona and Lotts Creek also attended. The Bay lew club held Its regular meeting with Mrs. Allen Gearhart, Tuesday afternoon. After the business meeting Mrs. Leorke furnished the entertainment . The hostess served refreshments. Talc* adtantag* ol lew stunmet lore* to tee Teltowttone, Mi. Rainier and Mt. Travel onThe Milwaukee Bead U cheeper than driving youi rat. fat mote comhwt- *bl«, too— no toad hasafcte or aetvout rtrain. Lowest fates apply on Ih* AIR COOLED, ELECTRIFIED OLYMPIAN Standard deepen, bedroom oat, modem touiitt «le«p«ii and Luxury coaches. Open observation cat. Dining eat meal* for as little as SQf. Off-the-Ttey ravic* at yout seat la tourist cats aad coach** —sandwiches lOf, pie 106 coffee Sf. fat frn fcooifcfi dad Information oik roar local a ftnt 1 y/u?MILWAUKEE ROAD Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott, Rev. and Mrs. Allen H. Wood and Martha Madson attended services at the Okoboji Bible conference at the Methodist Camp Grounds last Sunday. An audience estimated at 130C to 1500 people among whom were residents from as far away as India Porto Rico and many distant points in the United States listened to messages morning and afternoon by Bishop Ernest Waldorf. The conference continues through the week and includes next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Morris returned from Dayton, to Ihe C. L. Ditt- mers Tuesday. Wednesday morning, accompanied by Mr. Dittmer, they left for Manchester, where the latter was to consult a doctor brother concerning his health. The party returned Saturday evening. Mr. Great Distaste For Any Work and Mrs. Morris Winifred left for and daughter, their home in Northpo.-t, Long Island, N. V. Mr. Morris is in his seventh year as superintendent of schools at Northport and during that time has seen the school enrollment increase 35 per cent and the faculty increase from 35 to 81 members, 20 of whom are men. St. Benedict Girl Has 14th Birthday St. Benedict: Miss Norene Arend celebrated her 14th birthday Sunday. Those who were guests were Vanita Ventelcher, Maxlne Seller, Maxlne Capealus, Alma Grandjen- net, Arlene Studer, Lavonne Ferstl. Delorea Arndorfer, Betty Arndorfer, Stella May Meyer. They all reported a very good time. Mrs. J. T. Lalller and children spent Friday at the Oswald Lalller home. Mr. and Mrs. George Olsen, Jr., of Lotts Creek spent Sunday In this vicinity. Misn Irene Fasbender spent Sunday afternoon at the home of her mother. Vivian Stephenson, Chicago, spent several days last week at Algona with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Studer were dinner guebts Sunday at the Mrs. McKemna home. Mr. and Mrs. John Grandjennet 'spent Sunday afternoon at the Henry Arndorfer home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman and family of Algona were Friday afternoon visitors at the Mrs. Anna Huschka home. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Will Arndorfer were dinner guests at the Philip and Marie Arndorfer homes Sunday. Miss Arlene Studer and brother, Leunder are visiting with their aunt, Mrs. B. Dorr while their mother Is caring for Mrs. Henry Arndorfer. Mr.s. Clara Olsen was brought to the Mra. Herman Erlckson home last week end from the Carroll hospital where she had been a patient for a week or more and is now recovering. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Huschka, son Eugene and the latter's sister, Ida Parker, all of Mosinee, Wls., Mrs. Fred Wagner is visiting with relatives in Chicago this week. Mrs. Lloyd Walker of Algona spent Thursday at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwith. The Maurice Mallory family Is spending this week at the home of Mr. Mallory's sinter, Mrs. Herman Kettleson at Lincoln. Mrs. Harold Kuecker and Jerry and Jimmy of Rockwell City are spending most of the summer at the Ralph Walker home here. The Henry Lauck family of here drove to Storm Lake Sunday to visit at the home of Oscar Balmer. Henry and Oscar were old school mates and had not seen each other for 20 years. Lotts Creek Nine Wins At Whittemore Uottb Creek: The Lotts Creek baseball team defeated Whittemore Sunday at Whittemore by a score of 4 to 2. Bancroft ball team will play with Lotts Creek on the home diamond next Sunday, August 1. Armstrong Journal: There is no excuse for un able bodied "floater" to be around selling shoe strings to the public, when farmers are paying $3 to $4 p^r day for oats checkers, and can't find help at that [ price. This shoe string peddling has become u nuisance, and when the public puts u damper on buying from those who are able to work it will have a tendency to slop floaters going from one business house to another. This office got rid of one of this type in a hurry when we offered to get him a job shocking oaUi, Marie FaulJtich is spending a few days with her aunt and unclu, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kuecker entertained Mr. and Mrs. Werner Siems of Evansville, Ind.. Saturday evening. Phyllis Gengler returned home on Saturday evening after a short visit v/ith the Wm. Rusch Sr., family in Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zuntach of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke visited the John Mark- grafs Sunday evening. A. L. Jackman of Lotts Creek went to iJeKalb, 111., Friday evening to attend the funeral of his mother. He returned home again Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Leininger of Ogden were Sunday visitors at the Win. Leininger home in Whittemore, returning home the &ame day. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich and family of Lotts Creek were Sunday afternoon visitors at the August Gade home in West Bend. Other visitors were: Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Gade of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Roeber and Melvin and Mr. and Mra. Werucr Gade and family of Whittemore. Why Live in • HOT BOX thi. Summer? Hert'i How to Mate Your Homt * J lo 15 Q Cooler TV)N'T torture jourm-U by go'-' lu( tbru tuotbvr u;urebliij Summer in rooms Ibat un: mi- fliiif bake-ovtol. Heatproof, flre- I>rw>f CAPITOL ItGCK WOOL ludiUtion cuts uff thv brat like luAtfio, upwtalni and iluwu. No more nlf>cp]«'ri>, iil'^hiv. Vuu bftfiu 4-acb day ft-ln-etuii. In Winter. CAPITOL ROCK \V(X>L Ut'i'pH tukd uut iu viaciljr ibe umti way. r rtiuj>cralurm art; uul/urm All uv«r buum*. Nu iuvr« grippe crteAtiug draft*. 2U'/^ tv 40% fuel-tfavluK. 1'huiie ur irri/t • for lull CAPITOL ROCK WOOL INSULATION We sell and install chamberlain Weatherstrip for doom and win dows. COWAN BUILDING SUPPLY GO. low* State «fc BUf, AJfOM, tars STAYS WHITE AND PUTS YOU MONEY AHEAD Vou save up to 60% on hou*e painting under Devoe'a 2-Coat System. Each Devoe coat U * different paint, made specially for iia own job. Together, they utay whiter than the usual three—last twice as long. Let ua tell you ail about this money-saving system. Employ a reputable painter - specify Devoe. Botsford Lumber Company Phone 256 Jim Pool DEVOE^ 2-COAT SYSTEM Can't Sleep on Left Side, Gas Bothers Heart Mr, Woodruw Lowry says: "When I laid on my left side stomach GAS *fbem«U to bother my heart no 1 couldn't sleep. The drst dose of AULliUIKA lulivtU Hie UAS. Now I can eat nucu things un beui:s, unions or toiMutGes without dls- IreHH. "When clOjfKed bowel^ cause KUH bloatlntf, stoinacb pains, indig- entiun. bud headache* or ileepleu ulKbti, got ADLERIKA. The dr«t doB'j usually relieves GAb and stubborn cooitlpaUon. Thorough action yet n»v»r gripe..—E. W, Lu»py. Druggist. PRICES CUT! One third to one half and more off on every kind of silk or cotton dress, coat or suit, shoes and hats at Kresensky's 75 Smart Silk Dresses 75 Sizes 13 to 44. Regularly priced to $6, at 2.49 5O Printed Linen Dresses Sizes 14 to 42. Regularly priced at $3.25, at 1.99 White Bags Just 25 left. Regularly Kold at $1 at 69c White Sandals Most sizes. Regularly Hold to $2.50 at $1 100 Sumnqer Cotton Dresses Sizes 12 to 46. Regularly sold to $3.95, at 2.39 75 Pair of White Shoes 75 All sizes and widths. Regularly sold to $6 a pair, at 2.99 Formal Dresses Juflt. ten garments. Regularly Hold to 98.00 at $1.99 Summer Coats One dozen. Regularly sold to $H.OO at $1.99 25 Linen & Wool Suits 25 Sizes 14 to 20. Regularly sold from $6 to $12, at 2.99 125 Fine Silk Dresses 125 Sizes 12 to 46. Regularly sold to $8, at 3.99 125 Pair of Summer Shoes Most sizes and widths. Regularly sold to $4, at 1.99

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