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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 12, 1938
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M1KEWILTGENS HAVE VISITORS OVER FOURTH St Joe: Mr. and Mrs. Ned Fraz- ler, Agnes Wiltgen and Davtd Buckles from DCS Molnes spent the Fourth and several days at the Mike Wiltgen home. They also visited with relatives at Whittemore. Mrs. Frazier and Agnes Wiltgen are the 'daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Mik« Wiltgen. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hintz were recent visitors at the Mike Wiltger home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plathe nnd family were Thursday evening visitors at the John Thill home near Whittemore. Ben Thilges spent the past week end and the Fourth with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Thilges and other relatives. Ben has been working at Clinton, Iowa, since early in the spring. Mr. and Mrs. John Frideres and Mrs. Irwin Frideres spent Thursday at the Lawrence Kirsch home /near Whittefnoire, It being the Kirsch's first wedding anniversary. George Dirksen spent Sunday with relatives at Mapleton. SWEA COUPLE 35 YEARSMARRIED J. J. Andersons Guests at Gathering in Their Honor O'Keefe Family Held 1st Reunion Lakota: The O'Keefes enjoyed n family reunion at the park in Elmore, Minn., Sunday, July 10. anc the following families were present Mr. and Mrs. Alfred O'Keefe, Mr and Mrs. Milt Prince, the Dan O'Keefes, Lakota; the Herbert Pat tersons, Armstrong: the Bert Pattersons, Swea City; the Tom O'- Keefes nnd the Carl Inadys of Blue Earth. Minn.; the Jess O'Keefe.'. Ledyard; Mr. and Mrs. Oran O'Keefe. Curlew; Mrs. Albert Ellman. Milwaukee. Wis.. and the Owen Kerrs. Elmore, Minn. This is their first reunion. Rewrites Of Newt From Last Thursday's Kossulh County Advance MASSACHUSETTS GIRLS STOP WITH IOWARELATIVES Union: Miss Agnes Wilbur anr Miss Margaret Shea of Fitchburg Massachusetts, visited from lai Thursday until Monday at the Hen ry Tjaden home. Miss Wilbur i; a cousin of Mrs. Tjaden. The Henry Tjadons, Misses Wilbur nm ea were guests on Sunday nt the Olen Burt home at Armstrong Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. H T ; Wallace of Hollywood. Calif.: Vrrs. W. K. Ferguson, Algona; and Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Laage. Fenton. The young ladies have been touring the west for the past four nonths. They departed Monday for Chicago nnd expect to rench their home in Massachusetts by the em! of the week. The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Ipwa, July 12,1938 FIFTEEN NEW CCC boys were entered at Bancroft last week. They are Melvin Gerber, West Bend: Andrew Olson, Lone Rock: Harold Krueger and Raymond Grnmenz, Fenton; Arnold Heldt. Kenneth Neitzel, Roland Silvers, Frances Stebritz, Bernire Burtis. Ellwood Ross, Wm. Ellsworth, Milton Johnson. Roscoe Stewart of Algona: ,,.,,„ „ , 0 Arnold Becker, Lakota; Kenneth, {i'v, f ' Nelson. Buffalo Center. nnH T.«lio > Vh . ent . w «s kelson. Buffalo Center, and Leslie ligley. Whittemore. There is now an enrollment of about 150 at the camp H. W. SCH.AODT, Fenton, was >ound over to the grand jury on a charge of operating a motor vehicle Swea City: Mrs. A. B. Tweete was hostess at her home Frida night to a group of relatives, honor Ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J Anderson, who were observing the! 35th wedding anniversary. Guests from out of town include* Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Gilsdorf am three children, Walter, Robert am John, and Anna Martin of New Eng land, N. D.; Dr. and Mrs. O. W Anderson of Fort Peck, Montana Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Magnussen and children, Lawrence and Constance of Rock Island. 111. Others presen* were Emma Anderson and Dr. C. C Anderson together with Mr. anc Mrs. A. B. Tweeten and sons. Guild Meeting The Baptist Ladies' Guild wil. meet Friday, July 15 at 2:30 p. m. Hostesses will be Mrs. Andy Van Alstyne, Mrs. Herman Kluger and Mrs. Roy Kluger. Bible study subject is "Is the Hope of the Second Coming Practical?" A reading will be given by Mrs. Glenn Clark. . Park Improvement* Last Tuesday night the American Legion Auxiliary voted to pay for the new drinking fountain Installed Jn Reynolds Park and to buy another park table. They chose July M, at 6:30 p. m. as the time for the Miml Legion Auxiliary picnic and tile place, Reynolds Park. Arden Hovey was taken to Algona Wednesday morning for nn appendicitis operation. i A 7'-j pound son was born July 5th to Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Scott This is the Scott's nr« child. '" "The Bethlehem Ladies' Aid will meet Thursday. July 14, with Mrs. Erick Knutson and Mrs. John Dunn aa hostesses. t _,.„'•«. Mrs. Henrietta Goft* returned to her home from Des Moines Tuesday where she had visited over July 4th with relatives. Her children, remained for several days' visit with their grandmother, Mrs. J. W. Mo- Cann and their aunt and uncle Velma and Wesley McCann. JOHN ATTEND REUNION Rich Point: Mr. and Mrs. John Weber and family attendtd a Weher family picnic held at the Call state park in Algona, Sunday. Mrs. Mary Dole. Irvm K ton, spent Wednesday at the Ralph Faith home. Mrs. Dole is an aunt of! Mrs. Faith. Mr. am! Mrs. John ErpeKlin- were guests during the Fourth Jf July week eml at the home ,,f their daughter. Mrs. Sylvester Stitzrnan at Kingsley. lowu. Mrs. Russell Walker and Mrs Cora Raney, Algona, were Frida" visitors at the Hugh Kaney home. Black families and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson drove to Fairmont. while intoxicated last week. * * * K. P. RONEY, Irvington farmer eturned from a trip to Algona and investigated a noise under his car hood. He found a kitten. The an imal had crawled in before the car left for Algona. and made the round trip within inches of the fan. * * * A GORT BATTLE between two carnival employees landed J. R. Merchant and George Oliver in the mayor's court here. Each was fined $5 and costs of $4.45 each in the matter. * * * 3IRS. NATHAN STTDER, prom- nent pioneer Wesley lady, was laid to rest last week, following her death a week ago Monday from infirmities of old age. She was 83 'ears of age, and had lived in Kosuth county since 1881. Eight children survive: Sister M. Bernadotte, West Allis, Wis.; Edward, Excelsior, Minn.: Emma, Wesley; Mrs. Bertha RichUmel- r, Iowa Falls; Anthony, Holdfast, Canada: Ben G. on the old home arm, and Julius P. of Wesley, manager of the K. & H. Oil company. Mrs. Studer and her husband broke he virgin soil of Prairie township o make their early home and eventually built one of the finest farm roperties in this section, 1400 acres n all. She helped to found St. oseph's church. • * • SPEEDERS FINED: W. C. Kuhn. Edward Arend, both of Algona, Henry Scheppman, Jr., Irvington, and \rthur Schiltz, Bancroft, were find (2.50 each, July Fourth. • • * —•• BETH BACKL'S, eldest daughter tha late Sid Backus, was mar- ed at Dubuque, to F. S. Walsh of rand Forks, N. D. Beth and her husband will make their home at Grand Forks. Beth was well known ftnd very popular here, and the best of wishes go with she and her husband for their future. • * * FrNERAI, SERVICES for John Goeddertz. 02, mired farmer who passed away at Duhuque of double pneumonia, were held Wednesday of last week at Ct. Cscelia's Catholic church, with Father J. M. MalUng- er officiating at the requiem mass. Mr. Goeddertz was born Jan. 6, 1840, in Cologne. Germany. His wife preceded him in death. Surviving children are Mrs. Elizabeth Bowman. Eagle Butte, S. D., Sister Visited in Illinois Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Bode and hildren. Donald and Joan, returned last Wednesday from a ten day auto trip to Atlanta and Lincoln III., where they visited Mr. Bode'? mother and brothers. While ther» they attended the funeral of Mr. Bode's uncle, Herman Bode, aged B~i. who passed away following ren operation a week ago Saturday, in full swing . combining-. quality. Illinois had almost too much rain, Classified Ads For Sale Miscellaneous FOR SALE—We have one 26" wood-steel used thresher, one 22" Altman-Taylor in No. 1 shape; 36'' Altman.-Ta.vlor; a few used hay loaders; McCormick-Deering eight foot binder, cut 150 acres.—C. O. Riddle. Algona Auction Co. 28 FOR SALE—Exeeptional bargain n a used 1938 mode? Corona standard portable, $35. —Algona Upper Des Moines. 2S* FOR SALE—I am dealing in Hud- ion and Terraplane cars. See the new Hudson 112. 1937 Terraplans edan. with radio and heater, like new.—Lloyd Gross, Algona. 28 REFRIGERATION service, on al makes. Call Bjustrom's. phone 520 W, Algona. 28 FIX THAT RADIO! Repairing on all makes, Ed Genrich at Bjustrom's, phone 520-W. 23 For Rent FOR RENT—Modern seven room house. North Hall street. Phone 316-W. 28 Lost-Found FOR SALE—24 inch Russell hreshing machine. Will sell 01 rade for stock.—W. C. Heiter, Lone k. 2S" Wheat rutting was with a large , some fields being yellow from an over abundance of moisture. Som had not been planted. Corn varie greatly in height due perhaps t the wet condition of the soil. Misses Margaret Shea .Abbie an Mary Tjaden visited the Grotto o the Redemption at West Bend las Saturday. Joseph Krieps has purchsaed , combine. He also has his thresh ing machine and will answer the farmers' needs along both lines. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zanke and two sons of Chicago came Saturday to spend two weeks at the Mrs. Mame Winkel home. Mr. Zanke; is Mrs Winkel's brother. A group of neighbors and families were entertained on the lawn at the Rudouph Will home on Sunday. A picnic outdoor lunch was enjoyed. These are popular gatherings during the extremely hot weather. POTRATZHURT DRIVING COWS Richard Potratz had the misfortune of having his arm and head badly bruised when he was trying to drive the cows back on a truck and he lost his balance and fell. FOR SALE-One McCormick- leering 22x36 thresher in A-l con- ition. Threshed four seasons.— Knutsen Implement Co., Swea City. Iowa. 28* Ladies' Aid Meets The Ladies' Aid society met on Friday afternoon in the school basement. Visitors were Mrs. Frank Schallin of Algona. Mrs. Herman Zumach and Mrs. Wm. Rusch. Sr. of Whittemore; Mrs. Henry Meyer Johanna Fiene of Letts Creek and Mrs. Fred Dau of Fenton. Gertrude Rich of Saskatchewan. FOR SALE—80 acres, good improved farm in Kossuth countv. $125 per acre.—C. W. Nicoulin, Algona. 28-29" RASPBERRIES—Raspberries lose 20r£ of their fruit value within 24 hours after they are picked. Order fresh berries from Orton Berry Farm, phone 7-F-ll. 27-23'i LOST—Leather brief case, full of violin music. Please return to this office for reward. 23 LOST—At swimming -pool locker. July 5th, St. Anne's medal, valued keepsake. Reward.—J. D. Burns, Algona. 28 f Wanted UNION MOTHERS DAUGHTERS MEET XJnton: The Union Mothers and Daughters club will meet July 14th with Eva Gisch. Elizabeth Kohl will be assisting hostess. Roll call will be my mothers' favorite recipe. There will be guest speakers. Leona Kenne And Benton Potter Wed Whittemore: Leona Kenne and Benton Potter were married a week ago Thursday morning at nine o'clock at the Catholic rectory here. Rev. Father Veit performed the ceremony. Attendants were Thelma Kenne and Lynn Friesenborg. The bride wore a blue marquisette gown with accessories to match. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kenne. The :room is the son of Mr. and Mrs. WANTED—Modern house by Aug. first.—C. L. Bliley, 420 East Call. 28* WANTED TO RENT—Small or medium size house in Algona, modern.—Alec Dermand at Dermand's Cafe (formerly Pierre's.) 23* WANTED—Your dead stock- prompt, sanitary removal. Phone 7, Algona. We pay all phone calls.— Algona Rendering Co. 11-tf Genuine Engraved Wedding Announcements in any style of engraving, $9.50 for 50 or less. Ati home cards to match. See them a the Algona Upper Des Moines. 26-tf FOR SALE—240 acres 7 miles west. 1 mile north of Algona.—Mrs Nona Butler, Whittemore. 26-29 FOR SALE—Purebred Hampshire sows, bred for fall pigs.—P. W. Reece. Elmore, Minn. 25-28 LET US VULCANIZE thos*brok- >n tires and tubes. All work guaranteed.—Sampson Tire Service. 6-tf ENLARGEMENT FREE—Films developed and printed for 30c. One enlargement Free with each film Tinted.—Lusby's. 26 SMALL UPRIGHT PIANO—$10 er month on balance due. Can be een in Algona. Write Critchett 'iano Co.. Des Moines. 26-27* For Your Car M. Bertille. Dubuque: Mrs.'Wm. Geinitz and Joseph of LitthfielU, Minn.; Mrs. Ira Dewey, Burbank, California; William H., Sexton, and Jake of Glendale. California. A brother, Jacob, lives at Cabaville Wis. — ".^ ,,-j *nillliU!ll -•«•..» »iii « ji» iliil] \l-ll 1 Sunday to attend the Unh reunion. Sturm for nveral hours. Miss Mary McDonald Goes Back to Carrol For Nurses' Training U-dyard: Mr. McDonald diov,- to Carrol on Tut-Miny to taki- Maiv Kllen b.ick to re.-iinu- her HUIM-- tr-iimng after a ten-day vacation' Doris McDonald and AHi i- lli^y,- lie. ompanitd them and Alice made inquiry toward entering the ho>- I'ital for training Al.-o Joe and Kockwelt Cit\ nnd Mr. and Mrs. „ ,...„„„ Mr. and Mrs. George Wichtendnh! "nil family and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bell nnd family were Wednesday evening; visitors at the Otto WicI-- tcncia!:! home. --• , . Mr. nnd Mrs. Art Dreyer nnd Mildred and Laurcnn Lfiiihs and Vernon Radig left for California on Thursday. July 7. They will visit relatives there. Mr. anil Mrs. Art Dreyer will visit their three daughters and other relatives. Example of LaBarre .Motor Road Service Telegram received—7-6J-38, 5:CO p. m. Car badly wrecked north of Billings. Montana. Telegram answered—7-6-38—6.16 p. m. Wire repair. Telegram office collect estimate on received—7-7-38—10:45 Price of repairing car $340.50— advise what can be done. Canada, is visiting at the Art Jackman home. _. __ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wichtendnh! Tele g ran > answered—7-7-38—11:50 rid Mr nn,1 Xfr. TT,. Wiohtendahi a ' . m ' . Advise garage to repair car at once. 'Name furnished on request) Call 55 for Rates on Automobile Insuranre Algona Insurance Agency C. R. LaBarre Algona," Iowa 23 GOOD TAIXES IN USED CARS 1936 Ford De Luxe sedan; trunk radio, heater, very clean. 1936 Bulck De Luxe sedan; trunk heater, radio: in very fine shape 1935 Bulck 2-door gedan; trunk heater; in pood shape. 1938 Oldsmobile De Luxe 2-door sedan; radio, heater, electric clocft, fog lights; like new. A real buy. See these cars. BIRCM OLSON CO. Tour Buick Dealer 120 N. Thorington Phone 121 Algona 32p42 Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lallier and Family spent the Fourth of July at Wesley at the Tony Seller home. Council Oak Store Wed. Specials Tac-Cut Coffee, 2 pounds __. 47c Orange Raisin Bread, loaf __ L 10c Spiced Crab Apples, can Grape Jam, 21b. jar 22c Pilchards, per can „. 7c Begin Ad Campaign In Local Papers The Leighton Supply Company, Fort Dodge, has taken a progressive ttep towards acquainting the people in this territory with the various lines of merchandise they sell by a campaign of interesting newspaper advertisements starting thi-> week. According to E. I. Leighton. Centra) manager of the company, thii adverti-sing effort is based on the excellent business outlook in this area anil the growing ile.sire of both town and farm families to have th. comforts ami conveniences sold bv this rirrii through local plumber, ami dealers in each of the towns in the area. Mr. heighton further states tint the major portion of their advertising will he s-pt-nt in newtpaper.-. DROP IN at Sampson's Tire Service when In need of a used tire or tube. - Green Beans, per can ... SANITARY PROTECTION U'itt«jtl PINS • PADS • BILTS Ttt Original lalmml Tamptm The Chrischilles Store 8c Salt, 21-j ll>. >»«jr 5c Dreft, 7 <>z. > 21c Oxydol, 19c Spare Ribs, jier pound _. 13c Pork Hearts, pf-r pound __ lie f l Cookies, fau.-\-, OP I '2 ix.unds ___! £«C Oh Mrs. Jones Be Sure To Go To The ANNEX WhereYou'll Find The Most Extra- j ordinary Bargains this Week It would take a whole page to tell you about all the grand bargains which we are offering at our ANNEX this week. Leona is busy "dishing out" the goods and this is the time of year, when she'll "dicker" with you on prices on sufficient quantities. You'd be surprised at how cheaply you can buy at the ANNEX at this time of year. We're still selling dozens of house cotton dresses daily, despite all the "special buys" and fire sales. There's a reason. These dresses have style, fit, real quality and yet you pay no more than for others of inferior design. Sizes 12 to 50 and our price is only 98r. A big rack of "better" cotton dresses in sheers, voiles, dimities, suiting?, linens in all sizes— worth up to $3.00—buy two or three for only S1.29. Have you seen these white suits- values to $8.00 for only $3.99 and $1.88. House Coats—practical garments for this time of year—you may buy beautiful ones here for U8c and $1 68. All hats are now 98o, We also have odd lots of children's underwear, slips, bathing suits, sun suits, waists, brassieres and a host of other dry goods— buy them now at almont YOUR OWN PRICE. FRESH MERCHANDISE IS BEING I>0t KKU DAILY INTO THE ANNEX FROM OCR MAIN STORE REAL BAKOAJNS far as Father Surprise Party Held | Family Meets at For Ray Jennett \ Clayton Johnsons St. Benedict: There was a pleasant surprise party for Raymond Jennett last Wednesday, the occ»-l Bion his birthday. Friends and I neighbors gathered to help him celebrate. - ' Mr. and Mrs. John .Shea anj thei • j children of Bancroft spent Friday at i the Mrs. Carrie KiicKton home th.- i mother o! Mrs. Shea. " i Mr. and Mrs. Gre« Mr. and i and Mrs. H. Hi-iugnr. Irene Fa,-' bender and Geo. Ludwig drove to Fort Dodge Friday to call on John Ludwig. It is repcried h« is not in very good health. , » ^ and Mrs. C. Sicmer. Marv I Jane Bleich. and Xorene Arcnj spent Sunday at the J. O Downs -, home. Monday evening. Mrs ' Downs' cousin and friej-ds from Wisconsin called on her. . Mr. and Mrs. Greg Studer an i Wilma Arend and Mrs. Ben Uorr attended the funeral of Mrs. Nathan Studer at Wesley Wednesday. also Mr. and Sfrs. Martin Raluii. , Mrts. John Roskopf) Mrs. J. i| ' Downs and Mrs. Will Arndor/tr. I Misa Irene Fusbender is spend- I injf u week visiting her mother and ! siilrr, Airs, J. MeKemna and her i daughter. She will return to j tStucyville, Iowa, on Sunday. Last, Thursday a party which included Ir- l tjie Dunlay and Mr. and Mr*. Harold Htni«ar drove to Spencer to spend toe day. Sexton: A family gathering wa.-i held at the Clayton Johnson home, Siiiiday evening. Supper guests were Mr and Mrs. Harold Price Beverly. Joan ami Marilyn. Bntf \crla Johnson. Wesley. I^ater Mr' and Mrs. LeRoy John.-on and son Ku-hard. Mason c lt v: Mr and Mrs Henry Miller. Donald. Jvrald and Allen LuVerne: Mr and Mrs. Floyd <-iregor>, Homer and Sharon Kay ""'i Mr. and Mrs. Theodore John*un. Hl.~u of LuVYrne, came. Binder Twine 3.75 SOIb. • Sib. Balls Coast-to-Coast Store "A Dollar Saved la A Dollar Earned" Every One A Buy USED CARS The USED CAR Month! All Cars IViccd to Sell, Kasy Terms If Desired! KOSSUTH COUNTY'S LARGEST STOCK OF USED CABS Queen Contest Coupons With AJ1 Cash Sales '37 Ford "60" tudor '37Ford'85'tour.fordor '37 Ford del "85" tudor '37 Ford'86'tudor, radio '36 Ford tudor '36 Dodge sedan, radio '36 Plymouth coach '36 Ford del. Fordor '36 Ford fordor, trunk '34 Ford Tudor '33 Ferd Tudor * (motor reeonditionedj '30 Chev. Sedan Used Trucks 1936 Ford LWB Truck, duals, box Two 1935 Chev. LWB Trucks, dual wheels 1934 Dodge LWB Truck, dual wheels AND MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM Open Evenings and Sunday Mornings T. J. Friesenborg. They will make their home at Whittemori, where he is employed in the Friesenborg pool hall. Wesley: The city health officer reports 20 children vaccinated for small pox due to the prevalence of that disease in neighboring towns. Jo-Jo Reding, son of Mr. and Lewis Reding, visited last Week with his MID - SUMMER Chrischilles Store Air Conditioned Begins Wed. ^™^^™~"»-*™"^^^^^^»«^^-l——-I—-• I"MI>««^^^^—^~*^ HH M^^^^^_ HH Morn. July 13 Every item listed below is a real EXTRA SPECIAL. We have not filled this advertisement with a great number of so-called "July Bargains", but have tried to concentrate on a few real business getters. This merchandise is seasonable, it is the highest quality and it is priced for quick clearance. Wise shoppers will buy liberally at these low prices—and SAVE. ' BATHING SITTS REDUCED $5.95 Suite for S4.B5 $4.95 Suit* for $3.95 SS.45 Suite for « $1.98 Suite for $1.55 Summer Cotton Dress Goods A large variety of fabrics—Including voiles, Swisses and dimity—4ight and dark grounds, exclusive, hand-picked patterns—choice 29c Embroidered Luncheon Sets An ideal hot weather item— also ideal for prizes, gifts and "give-aways"—36-inch cloth, 4 napkins—petite point, mosaic and Italian work, rice linens—different, per set 95c to $2.95 Lace Table Cloths 72x72 and 72x90 beautiful lace cloths, ecru color—spec- da! $1.68 'Cool Voile and Batiste Gowns Ideal for summer, these comfortable floral print design gowns—white and colored grounds 89c STANDARD SHEETS (A low prlr«^-buy your requirement* for n>o«i). 8U»9 excellent qualltv bed iiheete—only »Sc COOL COTTON SUMMER WASH DRESSES REDUCED One bit; lot of cool, beautiful, uinuner waah frodu In a gigantic cleantncr. «aJe—thU Include* both iheen and heavier fabric* lace*, voile*, «pun rayon* and ripple crepe*—all size* from 11 to 44—value* at $1.98, $2.45 and a few at $2.88— your choice of the lot for only $1.59 or 2 for $3.00 TLRKISH TOWELS 30x40 exU-a weight, double thread turkUh towel*. w»H<i color*, Cannon quality, very *peclul for lake* 25c .... wa »h cloth* to match lOc Girdles Two way stretch girdles in VI, 14 and 16 inch length*—a hot weather item at a reduced price—only I79c Lady Pepperell Tubing This is always a popular item in our dales—we have just received another big shipment for this event—42 inches wide 25c yd Cretonne and Drapery Remnants Just the thing to fix up the porch chairs with cushions— Ideal for lake cottages—1 to 5 yard lengths—beautiful patterns One-Half Price BETTER SILK DRESSES REDUCED FOR mi AL CLEARANCE Here's the fin^l clearance on a group of fine dresses in a wtt* variety of chanmiig styles, including combination shark skin, Sea Mist, Jaces niar- quwettes and printed novelties-ail sizes from 12 to 50*4—your choice $5.95 or 2 for $10.00 ; Shop In Cool Contort Marquisette Panel Curtains These distinctive and sheer marquisette curtains have flounces and baby ruffle trim— 60 inches wide, white and ecru —special for only 95c each Ruffled Tie-Back Curtains These SO inch ruffled marquisette curtains come in white grounds with colored patterns of gold, green, blue and all white—very attractive 95cpair

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