The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 21, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 21,1938 fittth AHioM We*Th< chancel of Herrlck at Grln- Aell, Iowa, afforded the setting, on Saturday evening, June 11, for the Marriage of Miss Ruth Arnold, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Arnold of OMnnell to George L McCandless of Marcus, son of Mr. And Mrs. R. B. McCandless of Washington, D. C. Rev. W. J. Todd of Shenandoah read the double ring service. Attending the bridal couple were Miss Carolyn Arnold, maid Of honor, and Miss Marjorie Copeland of Chicago, who was chosen as bridesmaid. Don Arnold, brother of the bride, acted as best man. Serving as flower girls were Margaret Arnold, daughter Of Mrs. David P. Arnold of Grinnell and Suzanne Shaw of Marshalltown. Ushers were David P. Arnold and David Phillips. The bride was married in a white chiffon princess gown and carried a bouquet of white summer flowers. The bride's attendants were attired in powder blue net. • •,-••-• Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Arnold. Mrs. McCandless graduated from Grinnell college In 1932 and for the past three years has been teaching in the Algotia public schools. Mr. McCandless is also a graduate of Grinnell college and completed his education at the George Washington University, Washington, D. C. He has been commercial instructor for the past year at the Marcus high school. Mr. and Mfs. McCandless left Immediately following the reception for a wedding trip to Denver, Colo. Country Club to Entertain— The women of the Algona Country Club .hava .issued Invitations to the women of clubs from the Hyperion Club, Des Molnes, the Des Moines Golf and Country Club, Webster City, Eagle Grove, Fort Konsa Club at Fort Dodge, the Fort Dodge Country Club, Clarion, Hampton, Mason City, Humboldt, Emmetsburg, Estherville. Spencer. Fairmont and Clear Lake, to attend an all day session at Algona, Wednesday. June 22. Golf will start in the morning at 8:30. A luncheon will be served at the club house at noon, followed by an afternoon of bridge. Prizes for the winners at golf and bridge have been donated by the Algona business men. The reservation committee will be In charge of Rhoda Bonar and Veda Murtagh; the card committee , Pauline Andrews and Charlotte Bloom, Lucy Hoffman and Dorothy McMahon are in charge of refreshments to be served at No. 6 tee; the club house decorations committee consists of Mary Woodward, Frances McMahon and Alma Pool; Bertha Cretzmeyer, Flora Norton and Henrietta Huenhold are In charge of table decorations; the hostesses are Georgiana Steele, Clyta Kent, Hazel Miller, Dorothy Dewel and Jane Williams, Bertha French and Helen White are on the reception com- mittee in the ladles' room; city reservations are to be made with Maude Kohlhaas and Beth Schemel, and those on the golf committee are Eleanor Holt, {Catherine Gilmore and Lurllla Tlmm. Wnlkrr-Rancy Wedding— A very pretty wedding was solemnized Monday morning at nine o'clock at the First Congregation*! church In Atgona when Miss Norma Raney. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Hugh Raney, became the bride of Russell Walker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Walker. Rev. Vance performing the ceremony. Precet .ng the marriage vows Miss Roberta Skill- Ing snng a group of three song.? namely: "At Dawning", "Just* \\Ynrin' for You" and "I Love You Truly." acompanied by Mrs. Fred Gelgel. Miss Shilling also played the wedding march. Miss Pearl Walker, sister of Russell, served as the bridesmaid and Lyle Raney, brother of the bride, acted in the capacity of best mnn. Following the ceremony a reception was held nt the Hugh Raney homo with dinner at high noon. Both of these young people have lived their entire lives in this community and attended the local schools. Miss Raney being one of Kossuth's successful teachers. After a ten day honeymoon trip the young people will be at home after July 15 to their friends on a farm in Union township. The good wishes of their many friends go out to this worthy young couple. Study Club Picnic— Nearly 70 registered at the annual joint picnic of the four rural study clubs of Algona Wednesday afternoon. In attendance were representatives from the Cresco, Union and Four Corners Mother and Daughter clubs and the Plum Creek Literary society. The Cresco club played hostess and the following program was given at the Floral hall at the Kossuth county fair grounds. Betty Kohlhaas, accompanied by Gertrude Zender, gave two vocal .soloa and Evelyn Bode presented the girls' sextette from Ringsted. Marjorie Christcnsen, one of the sextette gave two soprano solos. Mary Cruikshank. Algona, gave a piano solo as did Mrs. F. Thompson, who accompanied Mrs. Louis Bode with two vocal selections. The program was closed with group singing and autograph contests after which refreshments were served. Home Builders Class— The Home Builders of the Methodist church held their monthly party In the church parlors with a seven o'clock dinner and a short program Thursday evening. There were 50 in attendance. Mary Foster sang vocal selections and was accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Harold Falkenhainer. A reading was given by Miss Boldridge and the Boldridge family sang In a trio. Those serving on the committee in charge of the dinner and pro- Tuesday and Wednesday, June 21-22 Continuous from one o'clock Margaret Lindsay Anna May Wong in "WHEN WEEK YOU BORN" Wed. EXTRA SPECIAL Wed. Louis-Schmeling Prize Fight via radio over our Sound System. Enjoy the fight round by round, Then see the pictures of what you hear. Sunday and Monday, July 3-4 THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, JUNE 23-21 Comedy Clever Gaga Bert Lahr and Joan Davis Special! Robert Benchley's "Mod <• ling For Money" Special Vitaphone "Alibi Tiiiu;" New* Sport Togs Need Frequent Cleaning Keep them ready for ev- ',-ry occasion !>>' hcndinti them to US promptly a^ soon as they need elcan- intf. You'll like our work. FREE STORAGE "\W still have a limite-i amount of free s1(>ra'.:< space. Send y»ur winter n'urinents to us now and we will .store them free of charge during the .summer. ELK Cleaners NOltMAN" & PEIWV Phone 330 We Deliver gram were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Walk. er. Me. and Mrs. Paul Danson, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Spongberg, Mr. and MTU. Elliott Skllling, Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Gregson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Delano, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Sch by, Mr. and Mrs. Cooper and Mrs. Hattle Phillips. Conservation Meeting— The Algona Conservation unit will hold a meeting in the Legion Hall. Wednesday night, June 22, at eight o'clock. The winners of the junior contest of this unit will be announced at this time. Pictures will be shown by Chairman Wm. Dau of recent fishing trips north by local nimrods. This will be followed by a dutch lunch. The prize fight will be received by radio at this meeting. This is an extremely important meeting because of the county picnic coming Tuesday, June 28. Every member is urged to be present. Judy Murtagh Hostess— Fourteen children and their mothers were entertained Saturday morning from ten to eleven-thirty at the Eugene Murtagh home in honor of Judy Murtagh's third birthday. The children played games and were served light refreshments at small tables on the porch. The little guests were Alice Kresensky, Marcia Stillman, Sheila Sullivan, Stephen Kenefick, Cameron Shierk, Julia Ann Bourne, Michael Keneflck, Warren Griggs, Linda Falkenhainer, Bill Andrews, Dickie Bloom, Phillip Thomas Miller and Billy Dewel. Benefit Bridge Party- Mrs. Austin Gardner entertained at a benefit bridge party Thursday afternoon at her country home for the St. Thomas Episcopal Guild. Bridge was played at 12 tables. The high score prizes went to Mrs. Earl Moore, Mrs. Dennis Goeders, Mrj. A. W. Amunson, and Mrs. John Dutton. The high prizes were two boxes of strawBerries with bottles of cream attached to them. A box of strawberries went to the low prize winners, Mrs. Chet Williams and Mrs. Claude Samson. Country Club Party— At the second afternoon party at the Algona Country club house, on Wednesday, covers were laid for 40 guests at a one o'cock luncheon, follow«d by an afternoon of bridge. The Mftsdnmes Harold Gilmore and Paul Dunson won the high and second high scores respectviely. On the social committee were Mesdames F. C. Scanlon. H. M. Olson. John Kohlhaas. Floyd Saunders. E. A. Schem • el, W. A. Foster and H. R. Cowan. Pmt-Nuptial Shower- Mrs. Harry Thilges and Mrs. Murl Potter were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower at the former's home at Gnlbralth honoring Mrs. Thilgea' sister. Mrs. Monford Peterson of Swea City, whose secret marriage was recently announced. Bridge was played at three tables with the high score prise gobig to Lula Kohl, and the second prize to Opal Meyer. A delicious two course luncheon was served. Family Dinner— Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hutchi- jon entertained at a (amity dinner at their home at 8:30, Monday evening. Guests were Mrs. Hutchison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. and children, James, Betty and Jean, and Mrs. A. L. Peterson. The dinner was given In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Mell Peterson. Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. Hutchison are sisters. E. T. \V. Club Meet*— The E. T. W. club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Roy Roeder who entertained an extra table of guests besides regular club members. The guest* Included Mrs. Walter Ltch ter, Mra. Howard Vinson, Mrs. Chester Wille and her mother, M Sweeney. Prizes were won by Mrs. Henry Bruns, high, Mrs. Andrew Godfredson, low, and Mrs. Fred Powell, travel prize. Farewell Party—' Betty Murtagh and Betty Gunrt entertained at a farewell party. Saturday night, honoring John and Joyce Christensiin, who are leaving soon for their new home in Arizona. A picnic supper was served in the shelter house at the Call State Park to 16 quests. Dessert was served and games were played at the C. B. Murtagh home. .Mra. D«IUng«r R«bekah Head— At the regular meeting of the Rebekah lodge last Tuesday nigfil. Mrs. Cheater Dellinger was elected noble grand of the Algona chap ter' Mrs. Walter Klamp, vice noble grand; Mrs. Henry Lund, secretary and Mra Myron E. Ludwig. treas ari-r. The appointive officers will 1.1- n:imed at the installation of of- iicers. Home (iiiurdo— Tlie Home Guards, the junior group of the Woman's Home Mi.i- sion:iry society of the Mcthodi-it church, met this afternoon (Tues- iliiyi at the home of their leader, Mrs. Merle Schwietert. for a party and for mite box opening. There were 20 attending. Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., was the assistant hostess. Informal Party— • Mr. and Mrs. p. P. Zerfass were host and hostess at an informal I arty and buffet supper at their home. Saturday evening. Twenty- four of their friends were present. Juliet Zci fass, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S!:jan and Louis Verveer of Du-i Monies were out of town guests. \\. II. .M. S.— Tin.' Woman's Home Missionary .01 ji-ty nl tin.- Methodist church will : iia-et in the church parlora Thur:>1 day iifternuun at 2:30. Mrs. S. W. Meyer will be in charge. The noin- i inating committee will report on | new oltictrs fur the coming year. Attend Kfunion— Mrs. L. A, Miner and sona Paris. Melvin and Robert and Mra. Mary June William^ attended a Miner family reunion at Ebtherville Sunday. There were about 60 in attendance from Iowa, Minnesota and South Dakota. Attend t''uinily Keuiiiou— Mr and Mra. J. W. Little and children. Merlin and Eugenia, at- unded a Little family reunion and picnic at Crawford Purk, Sunday. in honor of Charlotte Miliwurd, a nictv of Mr. Little, who U a uurae at ioiva City. FATHER EISENBACHEB , The Rev. Linus Eisenbacher of ; Wesley, la., has been appointed chaplain at St. Joseph Mercy hospital In Fort Dodge and pastor of the mission at Lehigh. Baptist Loyal Class—The Baptist Loyal class will meet for a picnic Thursday afternoon at the church. Everyone Is to bring his own dishes and silver. Transportation will be provided for everyone who meets at the church. Birthday Club— " The Birthday club will meet on Thursday evening for .a seven c'clock pot luck dinner at the home of Mrs. Roy Keen. This Is to be a housewarmlng and was postponed from last week. Singers to Meet- All people interested in singing in the 4th of July pageant, please meet at the Presbyterian church. Friday evening at eight o'clock. Mr. Rasmusson will be the director. Bridget Club- Mrs. Fred Bartholomew will entertain the members of her Bridget club at a one o'clock luncheon this afternoon (Tuesday) . Bridge will be played at three tables. Guild Bridge Party— The St. Thomas Episcopal Guild will sponsor n benefit bridge party today at the country home of Mrs. Austin Gardner. St. Thomas Guild— The St. Thomas Episcopal Guild will meet with Mrs. Carl Van Hoven Thursday afternoon at 2:30. West Bend Women's Society Has Meeting West Bend: The Woman's Home Foreign Missionary society of the Presbyterian church met at the Rev. H. J. Needing home. The president, Mrs. B. F. McFarland led the devotions by reading II Timothy 9:1-8. Rev. Needing led the prayer. The White Cross quota was read and will be sent to the White Cross secretary. The Needing family had chare* o( th« program* Mr*. Mood- ing, Home Missions; Rev. Needing, Foreign Missions. Ruth Needing read letters from a medica interne in India. Ruth and Esther Needing sang two songs. The hostesses assisted by her daughters, Ruth and Esther, served a lunch and a free will offering was taken. The Missionary society will have a luncheon at the church July 15. George Thacker was a business visitor nt Des Moines Tuesday. He Is manager of the local theatre. Mrs. Melvin Roupe has been very 111 with heart trouble the past week. She is able to sit up one hour a day now. W. H. Daubendiek returned honv.' Thursday evening from a business trip to Des Moines. He left for Remsen, Friday. Mrs. M. T. Munson, Charlene, Robert and Clifford were business visitors in Algona Friday. They were shopping there. Mr. and Mra. A. R. McMulIen and sons returned Friday from Lanesboro, where they spent a few days visiting Mr. McMullen'a parents. The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid met with Mrs. J. C. Kongsbach, Wednesday afternoon. Following the business meeting a 25 cent supper was served to a good crowd. Mrs. Adolph Mikes. Mrs. Franit Mikes and lantha Gearhart returned from Minneapolis Thursday evening. They took Miss Irene to Minneapolis to attend summer school «t the University of Minnesota Shi' i.s taking two studies she did nut get while in high school. -Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Riley and daughter. Ida, were Algomi vi>it- or, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ali<:u Simmons, who has been visi'ing for ten ilay.s in the Riley home wen", to the home of her daughter. Mrs. David King, where she makes htr home. Mrs. Simmons is a sister-in- law of Mrs. Reiley. The carpenters are busy remodeling the home of R. G. Wilson this week. The house was a one atory, four-room cottage and they are now making it a. story higher. A full basement has been [Alt under that part. A bathroom, another bedroom and kitchen are being added. Ed Anderegg and his crew of men are doing the work. Program for Band Concert Announced The seetmd band concert of the season will be given Thursday evening at eight o'clock at the Bryant school grounds. Following Is the program: March, His Honor, Flllmore. Overture, Rosemary. Jewell. Overture, The Wedding Ring, Barnard. English March, Colonel Bogey, Alford. Waltz, Vera, Llthgow. March, Parade of the Wooden Soldiers, Jesset. Fox Trot, The Dlpsy Doodle, Clin ton. Trombone Smear, Doc Trombone, Scott. ' Fox Trot, You're a Sweetheart, McHugh. Overture, Magic Garden, King. Waltz. Morning Glory, King. Characteristic, Fountain Dance. March, Black River, Wendt. Hebron- Woman Hurt in Car-Truck Crash Near Rake Hebron: Mrs. Beatrice Osland was taken to the hospital with & broken nose, a severe cut above her eye and bruises as the result of an auto accident which occurred when she was returning from the sick bed of her father. Mrs. Osland had received a telegram from Huxley telling her that her father had suffered a stroke. Mrs. Osland and Milford and Mrs. Julia Kallestad left Wednesday afternoon, Milford remaining with Mrs. Osland's uncle for a longer visit Mrs. Osland and Mrs. Kallestad started home Friday. At Rake, Iowa, their car collided head-on with a truck from Mason City. The Osland car was badly damaged and Mrs. Osland's injurieu caused her to be taken to the Dolmage hospital at Buffalo Center. Dr. and .Mrs. H. K. McC'orklr anil Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Yuung ami Ir«;i:<; Fossy of Mason City hu^an a trij> to the '.veal const. Friday evening. They will drive to Denver, C'ulo.. and gu south through New Mexico and Arizona, and arrive in Olendale. Calif., v. here they will visit for a week with the parents of Mis. McCoikle and Mrs. Young, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Jas|/erson. their brothers. Andy and Oran, arid their sister. Mrs. C. K. Smith. The party will return via Salt I^akc City and Cheyenne, arriving in Algona about July 4. Kuth Bishop of Iowa City went to Minneapolis last week Tuesday, after visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop, during thy week end. She is employed in Minneapolis this summer and is living in an apartment house with her aunt, Mrs. Maude McBroom, who Is teaching summer school. They were surprised to find Dorothy Whitney, daughter of Mr. and Mm. W. L Whitney, living in the same apartment house. Dorothy, who teachei school at Proctor, Minnesota, in attending summer school at the University of Minnesota. Enrollment for School Musicians To Be on Friday Parents who wish to have their children take instructions in one of tho instrumental music groups in the schools this fall are urged to get the children started this summer. Enrollment for the beginning groups will be held Friday morning at 10:30. Mr. Rasmusson will be glad to talk with the parents at that time about the children's possibilities. Beginners on the violin will be under the Instruction of Mrs. Agnes Vohs. well known violinist of West Bend. Following is a list of rehearsnl hours for the summer instruction music classes. Monday 8-12— class lessons. Tuesday 8-10—-High school "A" band rehaesal: 10-11 "A" clarinet rehearsal; 11-12, "A" and "B" band basses. Wednesday 8-9—High school orchestra rehearsal: 9-10, high school "A" string practice; 10-11, high school "B" string practice; 11-12, high school "C" string practice; 1-2 beginning strings. Thursday 8-9:30. "B" band rehearsal; 9:30-10:00—"B" band clarinet rehearsal; 10:00»10:30—"BT band flute rehearsal; 10:30-11:00— "B" band trombone rehearsal; 11:0011:30—"B" band cornets rehearsal; 11:30-12:00—"B" band saxophones rehearsal. Friday 8-9—grand school ensemble; 9-9:30—grade school clar- lnet«r 9:30-10:00—(grade school trombones; 10:00-10:30 — grade school cornets; 10:30-11:30—beginners on all reed and brass instruments. Hospital News KosHuth Hospital Tuesday. June 14—Gertrude Darnell of Ledyard underwent an appendectomy. Tuesday, June 14—Mrs. Herman Lyons of Algona gave birth to u baby girl. Tuesday, June 14—Mrs. Irvin Wetzel of Lone Rock entered for medical care. Wednesday, June 15—Mrs. Carl Hansen of Emmetsburg gave birth to a baby girl. The baby has been named Irene LaVonne. Thursday, June 16—Marie Ubbcn of Titonka had her appendix removed. Thursday, June 16 -Albert Blanchard of Algona entered with burns received from cement. Thursday, June 16—Glen Wright of Garner, accident victim Saturday, June 18—Mrs. Fred Meyer of Whittemore gave birth to a baby girl. .Sunday. June 19—Mrs. P. A. Lori ergun of Bancroft, accident victim. Sunday. June 19—D.irrell Johnson uf Algona underwent a tonsilectomy. Monday, June 20- Betty Mae Mi er of Irvington had her tonsils removed. Sunday, June-20 Gary Behrend.- of Bode, appendectomy. General Hospital Tuesday. June 14 -Afrs. Alvin Zn mai h of Fenton gave birth to a balij boy. Thursday. June 16—Mrs. O. A. Anderson of Algona entered for m-.-J- ical care. Sunday, June 19 — Charlene Goetsch of Fenton entered for an appendectomy. Monday. June 20—Adeline. Lawrence, Charles, Harry and LuRoy Ternes of Wesley ull had their ton- !>il.s and adenoids removed. TEN YEARS AGO Mr*. Francis Bwiidhoter had the misfortune to fall and fracture both bones of her arm. She had ft carpenter at her home working .-on the floors and had acclderitly stepped upon bne of his tools and fallen. She had been taken to the hospital and had been reported as doing nicely. (Mrs. Benschoter died last Friday after a long Illness ' • » * It WM conservatively estimated that approximately 2300 people had attended the Algona Methodist District picnic held here at the fair grounds. The paving on State street had been in bad condition, and the city had been undecided just what to do. Engineer Norris of Webster City, who had been the city engineer when the last paving had been IB id, had been in the city and had been looking the situation over after which he was to make his report to the city. » * * Four Woden business houses had been entered by robbers who had escaped with loot estimated at $75. No trace of the robbers had been discovered, and nothing but currency had been taken. • * « Mr. and Mrs. 3. M. Moore, who had lived on South Jones street, had enjoyed a reunion of their family and relatives. They had met at the home and later went to the State Park where they enjoyed a fine dinner. • * * Marshall Newvllle, In looking over the railroad yards at the Milwaukee tracks, had found an aged man lying ill and helpless upon a pile of old straw in one of the box cars on the siding. He had apparently been suffering from rheumatism, and was taken to the hospital for treatment. m * » County Superintendent Wm. Shirley and son, John, and Clyde Martin had been at Fort Dodge on bus- iness and went on to Iowa City, where Mr. Shirley had "tended « convention. The Boys had visited with friends. , ——— had driven to Mason City to meet their daughter, Mrs. Ruth James Nasby of Ottumwa, who hid come for a week's visit with fier parents. Druggist and Mrs. K. »• Wedding Dance Irvington: Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker were host and hostess to a large crowd of their friends last Monday evening at a wedding dance held in the Floral Hall at Algona. Mrs. Win. U eenfield entertained •A number of ladies ut a bridge parly Friday afternoon. INVESTIGATE THIS Farmers' prosperity and Increased buying, forces us to put on several more Service Men at once. Permanent job taking care of same customers year after year. Good pay every week for man over 25. Good car necessary. Give our farming experience. Write immediately to bo:: 09 care this paper. Council Oak Store WED. SPECIALS Pork Chops, end cuts ______ 11). Pork Chops, center cuts 11>. Tac-Cut Coffee, pound Olives, b' oz. jar. 17c Jelly, four flavors. 14 oz. jar _ Beets, sliced. Xo. 21'. can. Corned Beef, No. 1 ran 17c Why We Haven't Written ' we are so busy taking care of our patrons we do not have time to work on a ••,*••-#! mailing list BUT we do use the very best quality of materials in our work at the lowest prices possible all the time. Ten Dollar Machineless Permanent __^_$5.00 including hair cut, shampoo and finger wave^ Other waves as low as Phone 279 MORRISON'S BEAUTY SHOP SEE THE FARMERS No. 60 Harvester Thresher Set up with * Farmall F-20 Tractor Under the flood lights just east of the Mc- Coniiick-Deering Store. Lights on every evening. McCormick Deeriog Store Phone 52 Algona,In. Lima Beans, 7 No. 2 cans ' C \ Blue Barrel Soap 19- fn-/> ji-ii.... UC two bars Hardwater Soap per Cookies, fancy, '2 pyunds Potatoes, X per perk Lemons, large sixe, dozen Quality Used Cars 1938 Ford DeLuxe Sedan, 85 h. p. Radio, heater. Color black. White sidewall tires, only run 1200 miles. Save $200.00 on this ear. 1936 Buick Sedan—radio, heater, best of condition, $695.00. 1935 Buick Victoria Coupe, 120 horsepower, 0 wheels, radio, heater. New tires. Original mst $2400. A real buy at $675.00. 1935 Buick Two Door Sedan. Heater. Very clean, $495.00. Birum-Olson Co. Tour Buick Dealer ll>OX.ThoriiH,'toiuSt. Phone 121, Algoim Closing Out Specials m ~ ~- r -| jux * tx WALLPAPER and Paint at to 55%. IHSCOrXT We want to clean up our stock and make way for new fall patterns. 33 l-37» Off on Johnson Enamels We. are closing out our entire line of Pittshurg Paints to make way for our new line of C. P. W. Paints. All Pittsburg Paints Go At 33 1-3 - 50% Off SPECIAL PRICES on Sets of Dishes Also on odd pieces of Spode, Wedgewood, Norituke, and other <<'hinu and Costal cut glassware. BARKER DRUG STORE Successor to Soreuseu Drug Store

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