The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1938 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 10, 1938
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f£ NEW BALL LOOP READY TO OPEN SEASON, SUNDAY Tne newly organized North Kos- atrth county baseball league will open its season this coming Sunday, May 15th, with four games scheduled. The opening round will bring together the following teams: Whirtemore at totts Creek. Bancroft at Bingsted. Wesley at Burt Swea City at Tltonka. With the eight teams in a closely knit group, the prospects for a good season and a revival of interest in baseball appears likely, on even a greater scale than usual. JUu*t «ea*on the Ixrtts Creek team won 36 out of 24 games played, and this season with the addition of Frank Dreyer and L. Hutchlnson tis outfielders, and Wayne Alderson added to the pitching staff, the Lotts Creek fans are already getting a sniff of the pennant. In their opening gam*. Sunday, the Little German band will ha on hand to wM music and entertainment to the program. However, the other seven teams In the league are not conceding Lotts Creek anything—yet—and serve notice that the North Kossuth circuit is going to see plenty of action and plenty of close battles. James Dunn Rites Held Here Friday Funeral services for James Dunn, 61, were held at the Merritt Funeral Home, Friday, with burial in Rlverview cemetery. , Mr. Dunn had made his home In Grant township for the past four years. He died Tuesday. May 3. Surviving are his wife and three grown children. Let E. E. A. Contract Wesley: Victor Loebig reported Wednesday that the contract to build 115 miles of line for Hancock county rural electric cooperative was given to Sandberg & John- sori of Town Falls last Tuesday. Their bid was $80,115.07. Nerve Jangle Is Unnerving In Local Bar William OUarn, Slow* City, lows, has iannl«l nervp*. When they (ret too bad, he rft«et them hy taking » capsule or pin of phcnobMbtinl, whlen i« supposed to quiet the nerved. William's nerve* got out of order last wwk, and he walked Into Ihe Dnhlhauser beer parlor, orderrd a snmll hver, and dcmnrd H, after taking some of hi* phenoharbltnl. But instead of quieting William's norw*. It excited them, and also the nerves of everybody eise In the place. In fact hr mint hnvr taken an overdose, because by the time police arrived, he was having a veritable nightmare, and so wer« others in the place. Police took him In custody and eased him out of town after giving him a Jail cell In which to get his nerves bark to normal, or nearly so. Swea City Baptists Elected Officers Swea City: Church officers for the Swea City Baptist church were named by ballot last Wednesday evening. Will Sanders, James Sanders and Lawrence Crees were named deacons. Mrs. O. A. Jensen, Mrs. Will Sanders, Mrs. McAninch and Mrs. Selmer Uhr were named deacon- nesses. Olaf Pearson was named trustee. Mrs S. P. Eckholm was elected clerk, and Mrs. D. W. Fults was named treasurer. Mrs. A. Van Alstlne, Mrs. Stockman. Lydia Eckholm and Mrs. T/ooft were named to the entertainment committee, and Frank Charles FnuRust. Will Barger, S. P. Eckholm. Fred Butterfield and Andy Van Alstine were named to the finance committee. The Algona Upper fl^ Moine8 f Algona, Iowa, May 10, JL938 Returns From Texas Rodney Vnn Ness, son of E. J. Van Ness, returned home last week after attending the University of Texas for the past semester. Wool! Get Our Prices Before You Sell Your Wool. We Are Paying Hop Market Price. Joe Greenberg PHONE 118 19 Sexton Women At Two Birthdays Sexton: A surprise party wns given Mrs. W. C. Taylor and Mrs. Dale Thompson In honor of thoir birthdays which were on the same day, Friday, nt the Taylor home. Nineteen women attended. Little Larry Johnson nnd Ver)a Fraser arc having a siege of the mumps. Mrs. Sim Bemis. Mrs. B. E, Sanders, Mrs. Drusie Noble and Mrs. Herman Wise attended an Eastern Star convention Tuesday evening «'- the Algona high school auditorium. Paint Demonstration Botsford Lumber Co., li having a special paint demonstration on Friday and Saturday of thi» week. A factory expert will be In charge. of the demonstration, and will be glad to give suggestions and free instructions on home decorating. An ad appears elsewhere in the paper. Lawrence Findley an'l Curl Pearson won prizes in the blind bogey golf tournament at the Country Club, last Thursday evening. A Dutch lunch was well attedned. THERESA KOLLASCR WEDS MARION HYINK, WHITTEMRE. ON WEDNESDAY Whittemore: Wednesday morning at 7 o'clock at St. Michael's Catholic church, Miss Theresa Kollasch, daughter of Mrs. Theresa Kollasch, was united in marriage to Marlon Hyink of here, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hyink of Orange City. Rev. Wm. Veil performed the single ring ceremony. Norvin Elbert and Raymond Kollasch assisted as acolytes. The bridesmaid was Helen Kollasch and Francis Kollasch was the best man. Solos were sung during the Mass by Russell F. Brady and Grace Weydert. Immediately after the ceremony, the bridal couple was served a breakfast at the home of Prof, and Mrs. F. J. Rochford. The wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's mother at 11:30 with 90 relatives attending. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Theresa Kollasch. pioneer resident here. She was born and raised In this community, receiving her education in Presentation academy. She has been active In the Young Ladies' Sodality, Presentation Academy alumni, and the choir. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hyink of Orange City. Mr. Hyink came to Whittemore In 1933 and since that time has been funeral director for the S-.vanson funeral home. He wa.s born In Hospers. Iowa, and is a graduate of the Sheldon high school. He attended the Warsham College of Embalming at Chicago, being graduated from that institution in 1931. He is a capable and efficient and has made a great number of friends since coming here. Mr. and Mrs. Hyink left Wednesday afternoon for a short wedding trip to Vermlllion, a D. Out of town guests attending the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hyink and son. Walter of Orange City; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kaschmitter and family of Sheldon: Mrs. Dick Van Lnav of Algonn and Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Meadc ami son of Mason City. Miss Frances Hurley of Rolfe spent the week end with Annette Bestenlehner here. Mrs. Dora Lnabs of Lone Rock spent a few days the past week at the Herman Volgt home here. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Kuecker and son, Maurice of Ames spent the week end at the Henry Kuecker home. Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Dlscher anJ sons, Norman and Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Behnke were Friday evening dinner guests at the Henry Lfluck home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt nnd two daughters, Evelyn of here, and Rosella of Algona visited with Mrs. Art Mathes at the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge, Monday. The Herman Voigt family of here, Ed Tletz and son, Ortwin of Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Blerstedt and son. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schumacher of here helped Archie Voigt celebrate his birthday Friday evening. Oscar Erickson of Sumner has started work at the Zumach meat market He has taken the place of Miss Alice Dau, who resigned her position. Miss Dau will be married to Lawrence Meyer In the near future. Lone Rock Poppy Sale on May 28 Lone Rock: The American Legion Auxiliary met with Mrs. I. W. Nelson last Wednesday afternoon. A poppy sale will be held Saturday, May 28. A bake and candy sale will also be held that evening. Anyone wishing to donate for the sale may do so. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Emil Kraft Pupils in Recital Fenton: Edith Wolfe presented her pupils in a piano and guitar recital Saturday afternoon. April 30, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe. In the recital were Anna Marie Mitchell and Bertha Solberg, Marian Fiddel. Phyllis and Janet McFall, Delores Mueller. Phyllis Fauerby, Anna Mnric Mitchell Lorraine Jentz. Bertha Soiberg. Anna Marie Mitchell and Bertha Solberg. Classified Ads For Sale FOR SALE—At a bargain, 1938 Ford Deluxe Sedan, color black, white sidewall tires, radio and heater, only run 1.050 miles. Inquire at Stewart Super Station, 302 East State St.. Algona. 19' FOR SALE—New 6.3 foot electric efrigerator. Price $179.50 reduc- d to $150. 5 year guarantee. Nrw cy Ball kerosene refrigerator, regular price $64.50, reduced to $40. 'erms. Clearance Sale.—Thomas ladio Service, Irvington, Iowa. J9* P FOOD STORES **• OMH*TIO *T TMl CHtAT ATlANtK. AND fACiflt f* M»nt.- PEACHES GROWER-GROCER CLING PEACH Sale! "I>t California Canned Peat-hew Freshen Your .MraU" Y. C. Halved or SHcfd V. C. Halved or Sliced IONA PEACHES 3 ,™' s 47c Dozen Si.75 £>o/i-n .VMO Gold Medal Flour 49 Ib. bag $1.65 .'I 1 .- III. bii|{ H5e Brown Sugar 5 Ibs. 25c Plain or I'inii-iito Pabst ett twoS 1 ;, oz. pkgs, 29c o No - ali fc caiih FOR SALE—One Oliver row ractor with cultivator.—L. E. Hoey Implement Company, phone 90. FOR SALE—Two used 14-inch ractor plows in good condition.— -iovey Implement Company, phone t'O. 19 FOR SALE Good team of mules wt. 3400. K. C. Bauer, Wesley, Ja. 19-20* WANTED—Used cars. . We have no used cars so can give you a remarkable trade on your present car. Buick Sedan delivered complete at your door for $1072.—Blr urn-Olson Co. of Algona. Temporary phone 798. Address 302 East State. 19' WANTED—Auto loans, refinancing. Lower payments.—Western Credit Co., Algona. 16-tf WANTED—Tour dead «tock—* prompt, sanitary removal. Phone 7, Algona. We pay all phone calls.— Algona Rendering Co. 11-tf Exchange Library Planned for Lone Rock Community Lone Rock: The Ladies' MHe society met with Mrs. Will Chrlst- enson, Thursday afternoon. Plans were made for year books and also for an exchange library in the community. The next meeting will be at the church parlors with Mrs. Ray Snyder and Mrs. W. O. Flaig being hostesses. Has Blood Poison Fred Flalg is suffering from blood poisoning In his right- leg, caused by bumping into the hoist at the garage. He has been unable to work this week and Is now able t6 be around on crutches. He owns tfie local garage. -, Mrs. Lillian Worthlngton accompanied the B. J. Heldenwiths, of Swea City, to Curlew last Sunday, where they visftetl Mrs. Blanche Worthlngton and children. The free movies will begin this coming Saturday everting. The merchants are sponsoring them. The Interior of the post office is being redecorated by Fred Carter and his helpers of Hurt. Eugene Blanchard, student at a business college in Mason City, spent the week end at the parental J. M. Blanchards. The E. M. Jensens left Tuesday morning for Muscatlne, where they joined relatives and continued to Downey, near Iowa City, where they were called by the death of Mr. Jensen's mother, Mrs. Carl Jen- CAT "MOTHERS" WOODCHUCKSAT ' IRV1MF0N FARM Irvlngton: The young sons of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Halsrud recently had a rather unique experience. The boys, by digging into a hole in the ground captured a mother wood chuck and her litter of small ones. Upon taking them home, the boys placed them securely in a wire pen. However, the mother and a part of the brood escaped, and were not recaptured. The boys gave the remainder of the young wood chucks to a cat whose kittens had been destroyed and now the cat is "mothering" the young wood chucks. guest at the home jttt h»r parents, Mr. and Mrs. P«d Black. Ruth teaches at MaltaW. Miss Roberta Skilllng, yovmg daugBter of Mr and Mrs. Hal SkUHnt, will close her school year at Ashton, this coming Friday. MlsS fikllling wilt spend a short vacation with her parents and then ettwll at Cedar Falls to attend «u$mer school. The pupils of School district No. 4, Cresco township, entertained their parents and. friends last Friday afternoon at a radio broadcasting program. At the close of the afternoon the guest* were presented with different articles made during the school year By the individual pupils. Mrs. Ctto. Hackman was given a plant by the school as a token, of friendship. Miss Bernlce Button is the local teacher. 2 ANNIVERSARIES AT WHITTEMORE Whittemore: tut week Monday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bell and Mr. and- Mrs. William Roeber celewated their 25th wedding anniversaries at the Bell home. Mr. Roeber Is a brother of Mrs. Bell, and Mr. Bell is a brother of Mrs. Roeber. Both couples were married by Rev. Wm. Faulstich on May 2, 25 years ago. All .enjoyed a six o'clock dinner In th« evening with their families and Mr. and Mrs. August Gade of West Bend. Those from out of town who came In the evening to help them celebrate were: Mr. and Mrs. William Koehnecke and Ervln of Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich and family faf Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Emit Bierstedt and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade, all of Fenton. Gertrude and Caroline Peters of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Bierstedt of Fenton.* 11 Whittetnofe Pupil*, in Cl«*i PI*? Toiiite WMttemoM: The juniors and seniors of the Whittemore high school will present the annual class play, "The Million Dollar Butler", on Wednesday evening, May 11, In tho academy hall at «lgnt o'clock The cist of characters Includes Amah, Helen ttahn, Delbert , Dogotch, Harold Behflke, Norbert {Sumach, Chrtrtene Kenne, Viola VWgft ftobert «e«i«a WftfnV, tfonha Bell and Jennings. Colwell Live Stock AUCTION Fairgrounds, Algona, Friday, May 13,1938 Sale Every FridafcJ Our sale still draw* both stock and buyer*. We had a nice •ate last wcefc-^ttte and hdgg gold real wett Bring In what yot> wish to disport! of and get their cash vatoe. This tale has the reputation of getting the Job done satisfactorily. , u .. . Have some ewe» to sell privately that are now starting to lamb. Come In and have a look. We have catb for brood tow** and feeding plgi. Bring vaccination paper*. ^ „. Expect another good sale Friday. Work horse* to sell, can Me them any time at Fair Grounds, private sale. NOTE—Have a friend that wants work, farm or town. Can plant corn or drive tractor or truck, good worker. TERMS—Cash. Settlements promptly. H. M. Colwell, Mgr. Icwa State Bank, Clerk H. M. Colwell, Mgr. X Twin Sons Born Twin sons were prematurely bom to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Egel last week. Ernest Is the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Egel, Ridge road farmers. WANTED—We buy hides, see us first—Joe Greenberg, Algona, S-tf Miscellaneous CHECK YOUR SPOUTING! Leaks should be repaired now, ahead May Day Breakfast The Cresco. Chums 4-H club wilt serve a May morning breakfast on Wednesday morning at the home of Miss Dorothy Knig, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .David King. The girls are working to secure funds to assist them with club work later in the season. The majority'of the MV*n* rural' schools in Irvlngton township will be closed within the next two or three weeks. David King had about 300 sheep sheared last week. Others with large flocks in this community are the E. R, and J. C. Mawdsleys. The Ladies' Aid society will meet this coming Thursday afternoon with Mesdames Nellie Wickwire of spring rains. Phone 83. Esti mates made without obligation.— George Holtzbauer. FOR SALE—I am dealing in Hudson and Terraplane cars. See the new Hudson 112. 1937 Terraplane sedan, with radio and heater, like new. 1&36 V-8 Ford sedan.—Lloy,l Gross, Algona. 19* LUMBER, MILLWORK. Fencing Cement. Shingles, Nails, Tile, Brick. Sand, Plaster, Flooring, carloads in stock. Cash price.—Miller Lumber Co., Phone 198. 19 NOTICE—Routing the black Mammoth Jack—Duke No. 2039 (formerly owned by C. L. Blank of Kanawha). A proven breeder, sires heavy bone mules with quality, many of them sorrels. —iEverett Faith, Phone 853, Algona. 19-20 ANNOI'NCEMENT I hereby announce myself as , candidate for supervisor of the sec onci district in the June primary, on the dcmoortaic ticket. Your and Nnina Schichtl as hostesses. _ Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller visited 191' Sunday with Mr. Miller's mother at. Algona. Mrs. Miller is still con- ined to her bed only being able to >e propped up a portion of each day. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Devine and family and Mr. and Mrs. Hal Skill- ng were Mothers' Day guests of Wrs. Mary Devine at Humboldt. Mrs. Devine is the mother of Mr. Devine and Mrs. Skilling. Miss Helen Leigh. LeRoy Scheppman and Everett Black were among those from Irvlngton who attended the junior-senior banquet at Al- K«l Kidm-y Sultana Beans . . <<<-latin i>r I'liililiii-; Sparkle Desserts 02. can 5o 1'I.ANT EARLY 90 day Golden King or Kossuth Reliance seed corn for a sure crop. $1.50 and $1.75.-A. C. Carlisle, Whitemore, Iowa. AUTOMOBILE OWNERS ATTENTION .Safe driver rewards our policy hnldors always save from 20 to 30': Coast tn Coast claim service non- support will be appreciated.—Fred C. Bcermann. 19-2C ANNOUNCEMENT I will be a candidate for republican nomination for county coroner on the republican ticket, in the June primary. Your support wil be appreciated.—Leon M. Merritt 17-1 1 trhtricted standard coverages. liuy Standard Protection at lowest Algona Insurance Agency, C. It LaUiirrc. lfe-tf three 3 1 4 02. pkgs. lOc Campbell's Tomato Soup - -four 10V 2 oz. cans 25c N. B. C. Premium Flakes ____ two Mb pkgs. 35c Ai. B. C. Sky Flake Crackers _________ two 12 oz. pkgs. 36c Heinz Tomato Kek-hup ._. -two 14 oz. bots. 37c Sunnyfleld Flour ______________ 49 Ib. bag $1.25 Daily Growth Chick Starter ____ 100 Ib. bag $2.10 Daily Growth Growing Mash Cherries, R. S. P ------------Peaches - -. _______________________ Kice, Blue Rose -----------Lighthouse Cleanser ---Post Toasties ________ KOIt HALF. Improved Kossuth Rf-liain e < orrj, $2.25 per bushel and down Arthur L. Look, LuVerne, Iowa 18-19-20* FOR SALE--931 Iowa Hybrid .sti'd corn. State certified first generation. US'; germination. Edge drop, $500 per bushel, hill drop, $4 bushel, M. A. Sorlein, Bode. la. 18-19* I WISH TO ANNOUNCE my can didacy for the republican nomin &tion for supervisor of the Secnnc district in the June primaries Claude A. Samson. 16-22 gona last Saturday evening. Evere't Black also had a part in the class play Friday evening. Miss Ruth Black wag a week end 100 Ib. bag $1.95 No. 10 can 55c No. 10can41c .6 Ibs. 25c three 14 oz. cans lOc _2 large pkgs. 17c Mi UK t '<>>' Chop Suey Vegetables 18 oz. can 15c MillB Ko.v Ut-Mt Minn l-'<i> t how Mriji Sprouts 2 - 18 oz ens 15c Noodles 2 5 oz. cans 26c jtlittK t '<>> ( liop *»!«•) MniK F»> Hi-axi Sauce 3 oz. bot. lOc Molasses 3 oz. bot. lOc each 19c 2 bunches for lie . .2 Ibs. 9c Pineapple, large size Carrots Fresh Cabbage Out! of "\\ oii 1.1 a) "— it <ui< KEYS I make all kinds of automobile keys. 3Sc each or 2 (or .">Qc.— Wellendorf Auto Repair. 16-17-18-19* ENLARGEMENT FREE -Films Itveloped and printed for 30c and one true enlargement. Nine pictures for 30c. Lusby's. 14-34 STOP AT Sampson's Tire Service arid look over their lug grip tires for unow and mud. 6-tf LET OS VULCANIZE those broken tire* and tubes. All work guar- niiteed Sampson Tire Service. 6-tf ANNOUNCEMENT I am a candidate for County Sup ervlsor of the Second District on j the Republican ticket at the June primary. Your support and vote will be greatly appreciated.—A. R. Cruikshank. 12-1&* ANNOUNCEMENT I will be a candidate for reelection 88 county supervisor from the becond district. Your support wil) be greatly appreciated.—W. E. McDonald. 8-tf POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENT I will be a candidate for reelec tlon as county supervisor from the first district, in the forthcoming primary election. Your support and help will be appreciated.—John Fra««r. 8-tf For Rent AM ROUTING iny registered sorrel roan Belgian .stallion. Tele- , phone 445. 1 will bring him to your ul Ji '"»«'' barn H M. Colwell. 18-1& " For Your Car <;OOD GAS makes your car's whukls go farther per gallon; good oil nmkta them get there easier with fewer repair bills. See Carroll Johnson. I'-X service. li DROI J IN at Sampson's Tire 8er- ' vice wlitij in need of a used tire or tube. 6-tf Wanted MKN \VANTKt> for utitrby Raw- ii IK!> Kouies ut boo families. Reliable hu.itk-r should start earn! uij.; >:io wtekly unJ incrttbe rapid| iv VVnU- today. Rawleign's, D»-pt | IAK IJ S, Fret-port, III, 19* Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA. KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 4366 in District Court, March Ttrm, IMS. To All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an iuiUument of writing purporting to be the lust Will and Testament Cruikshank, Deceased, iluU-d October 29, 1936. having been thib day filed, opened and read, Monday the 6th day of June. 1938, is fixed for hearing proof of same ut the Court House in Algona, Iowa before the Uistrict Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court and at nine o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowcc us and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, May y 1833. KATHARINE Me EVOY, Clerk of District Court ALMA PEARSON, Deputy Van Ness & Stillman, attorneys 18-20 PORGREY You'll feel like cheering — when you Me bow fhe*c handsome grey tone* la (hoci bring out the ricbncM of the •mart (hade* of blue* and greys in tbU (caton't new luitlng*. And they'll brighten up the you're Mill wearing. You can't get a jpoor fit her* The HUB Clothiers CHRISCHILLES STORE Invites You To These Unusual May Values This store is making an unusual effort to take care of the emergency merchandising situation in Algona. Our clerks are instructed to give 'extra service' and our stocks are being watched to keep them complete and adequate. We are making every effort to maintain the high standard of merchandising which has been successful for 68 years. Suits Continue Their ^•£l3fW We are featuring at this time, white, suit* for summer and graduation wear—smart, two-piece tailored garments to sell at $6.75 and $7.06. Also, dark tropical weaves for summer wear—light weight, durable fabrics. Priced at $7.95 to $16.60, SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK—closing put entire stock of early Spring Suits, both man-tailored and swagger models, all sizes from 12 to 40, good selection of colors, including plenty of oxford, grey, •brown, navy and tan. Come in this week and choose one of these attractive, smart iini r suits for eMdy Fall, exactly nHLr New Summer Knit Dresses We have received our first shipment of new summer string knit dresses — non-sag garments which will give both service and comfort. Shown in natural, copen, shell pink and lilac £O OO —sizes 12 to 20—only <pa.»W NEW SUMMER BRADLEY KNITS ARE HERE Cool, Crisp Sum* mery Frocks You'll be amazed when you see the hundreds of beautiful charming new dresses for summer in almost every known cotton and rayon fabric. Oool, crisp, new dresses that spell economy and comfort for you. Blister | sheers, voiles, dotted Swisses, broadcloths linens, suit- ings and dozens of others. Navy and light grounds and also a fine group of spun linens, crown tested and —priced at only - _^.. 1 P***"* *" *p**"*w NEW SUMMER DOBIS'DOUjWHS ARE HEBE —See Them Now! Dainty, Clever New Cotton Sheers lor Daughter As we swing into the new season, w« are to announce greater assortments in the children's department. In all ranges (from I to 3,3 to 6»/,, 7 to 10 and 8 to 16) you'll find great selections of the newest and most attractive styles for young folks. We feature all the latest tenden cies in sun and sport *»ai' prirmd mMtim ttfl purse of every one || AA 4g |J Og now at only - -**•*»'» *!F «r**«"» ALSOAOOMP1 WASHABLE SILK $1.00 TO Children* Spring Coat* and Suits Reduced!

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