The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 26, 1938 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 26, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 26, 1938 MM. Theo. fetertat la III at her : home, and Is confined to her bed suffering from a carbuncle. Janice Wagoner cnmc home Sunday from Chicago where jhe had spent a month with relatives. Mrs. E. C. Dickinson left Sunday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Helen Fredericksen, at Butte, Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Black of D Moines were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Oberg, Thursday and Friday of last week. Dr. George Elvidgn of Perry, Iowa, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Herman, last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. H. I* Hornk and son, Eugene, spent Thursday afternoon as guests of Mrs. Hocnk's mother, Mrs. Joe Martini, at Emmet'burg. Mr. and Mrs. Chrt Holt drove to Lake Okoboji, Sunday, and took their son, Jimmie, and Sonny Saw yer to Camp Foster, for a week. Lnura King of Mason City was n guest at the home of her cousin and wife, Mr. and Mr. Raymond Beamish, from Wednesday until Saturday. Mrs. Murl Potter and her mother, Mrs. Tom Reid of Union township, were visiting at the home of Mrs. Milton Marlow at Burt, Friday afternoon. James Elbert drove to Minneapolis, Sunday, to bring his wife and little daughter, Shirley home. They had spent a week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sid Blake. The Blake family formerly lived in Algona. Theodora Larson returned to Chicago, Sunday, where she will resume her duties in the St. Luke's hospital, where she is a student nurse. She spent a three weeks' vacation vla- Uins her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Larson. Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Moore and son, Stanley, of San Antonio, Texas, are expected today for a few weeks' visit at the J. W. Haggard home and with other Algona relatives and friends. W. E. Rcssrguie of Chicago slopped over night, Friday, at the home of his mother, Mrs. T. H. Holmes. Mr. Resseguic is employed by the Continental Illinois National Bank & Ttust Company, and had been visiting banks in Nchra.ika. Mrs. T. F. O'llairn left today for her home in Washington. D. C., concluding a visit of several weeks nt the home of her parents. Air. and Mrs. H. E. Rist. Her daughter, Ann, remained for another few weeks with her grandparents. Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Trihon left Sunday for Mountain. Wis.. for n Jive weeks' visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Herman Lecftink. Mr. and Mrs. Leeftink are the parents of a baby daughter, born July 22. This Is their third daughter. .Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl and their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kohl of St. Paul left Sunday for a week's trip to Illinois. They will visit Mrs. Kohl's mother, Mrs. Lawrence Rohmann at Metamora. and Mr. Kohl's brothers, Ben and Frank at Peoria. Mrs. Laura Hopkins and daughters, Bess and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott drove to Clear Lake, Friday, and visited at the, home of another daughter of Mrs. Hopkins, Mrs. James H. Bailey. Mrs. Bailey's daughter, Jeanne, returned with them for a visit at her grandmother's. Mrs. Charles Clement took Mrs. Sylvia Gunn and daughter, Betly, to Mason City Friday, from whore Hetty left via train for Columbus, Ohio. She will attend .summer school at the Univcrslt of Ohio, and will continue her college work llu-re. Betty has been a student at the I Iowa State College at Ames for the past two years. Geneva Scliarlarh of Den Moines spent the week end visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Scharlach. Geneva, who la employed as assistant personal director In the Rollins Hosiery Mills, is having a two weeks' vacation from her duties. She is spending this week with friends at Okoboji, and will visit with her parents next week. Council Oak Store WED. SPECIALS Tac-Cut Coffee two 1 Ib. cans — Orange, Raisin Bread, per loaf .47c .10c Pineapple, 7- crushed, can Corned Beef, per can Apple Butter, 10 o/ jar _>_ Spiced Pears, Vo ° can _ - .17c 7c 8c Tomato" Juice, Q« Campbells, 2 oz ran ov * Palmolive Soap, 0 cakes -- Crystal White Soap, (i bars Cookies, fancy, 2 pounds for — _Pork Chops and Roast Cuts, per 11) Pork Chops and Tenderloin End, per pound __ Pork Chops and center cuts, per pound Lemons, large _size, per dozen — .lie 23c 25c End 14c Roast 17c Roast 21c ;23c Betty Edge of Mitchell, South Dakota, is a guest this week at the W. O. McCuIlough homo. Evert Swensen returned to Chicago today (Tuesday) after visiting at the George Johnson home with his wife since Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George L. Free and children of Garner visited Mr Free's mother, Mrs. George H. Free, Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wllklns returned Sunday after a week's vacation spent visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Miller at Grinnell. Dr. and Mrs. \V. H. Presnell and three children of Charlotte, Iowa, came Sunday for a few days' visit with the doctor's parents and sister, Eva. Gerald and Dean Crawford, sons of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Crawford, of Minneapolis are spending the remainder of the summer with relatives in Algona and Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Hanson of Mason City visited Sunday at the home of the letter's mother, Mrs. J. B. Johnston. Mrs. Hansen recently opened a beauty shop In Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Richardson and Mildred spent Friday in Iowa Falls where they attended the Iowa Baptist Assembly and visited their son, Robert and wife, who just recently located there. Gordon Dowel, Loighton Mlsbach, Virginia Am, Mabel Kohl, Bernice Storm, Omega McGrath, Helen Chubb. Bob Dewel and Dick Post spent Sunday at the Dewel cottage at Clear Lake. Irnm Dee Phillips, Marlon Corey, Elaine Hilsteadt, Betty Edge, Esther Pratt, Mary Corine Fleming, and Theodora Larson returned Sunday after spending a week in a cottage at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. Will McDonald, Mrs. May Harrington, Mrs. Sylvia Gunn, Mrs. Minnie Long, and Ella Thompson were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby at their cottage at Clear Lake, Sunday. Mrs. Earl Sprague and daughter, Sue, spent a few days the last of the week at Clear Lake with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clayberg. Earl, who works for The Algona Upper Des Moines, went after her Sunday. Hiram Blrekpr, who is employed at the Richardson Furniture Co., is spending n few days of vacation with his parents in South Dakota and with friends in LuVerne, Minn., where he was employed before coming to Algona. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Mlddlcton of Eagle Grove visited at the home of their daughter, Mrs. N. C. Rice, Friday. The Middletons recently returned to Eagle Grove from Washington, D. C., where they make their home most of the time. Mr. and Mrs. P. V. King and daughters, Donna and Dolores and son, James of Madison. WIs., were guests last week of Mr. and Mra. August Romer and family. Mr. King is Mrs. Romer's uncle. He Is employed In the post office at Madison. Mr. and Sirs. Joe Boe moved from Minneapolis last week to the Mrs. Oliver Moe home on Oak street recently vacated by the E. W. Hansons. Mr. Boe is manager of the Birum-Olson Buick Agency, and has been located in Algona for several months. .Air. and Mm. Leonard K^SMHIS- son and son, Dickie and Bobby of Minneapolis visited Saturday and Sunday at the homes of Dr. nnd Mrs. S. W. Meyer nnd Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Rasmusson. Mr. Rasmusson is a brother of H. R. Rasmusson and Mrs. Meyer. Mrs. 1*. V. Jamie's mother, Mr». J. B. Mason, died in Chicago, Saturday, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Hamilton. Mrs. Janse and her daughter. Mrs. H. T. Miller, left Monday to attend the funeral to be held today (Tuesday), at Fort Madison, where she will be buried. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jensen left Saturday for Sioux City to be guests at the home of Mrs. Jensen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Fowler. Mr. Jensen visited over the week end and Mrs. Jensen remained for the rest of the week. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Fowler of Cleveland, Ohio, were also guests at the C. C. Fowler home. Mrs. Jensen and W. D. Fowler are brother and sisttr. Pat Betuiier of Glendale, California, was a guest last week at the Dennis Pratt home. His father was formerly in business with Mr. Pratt at West Union, and in Algona, and was in Algona more or less when tiie high school was being built. Mr. Beumer U now employed by the Fox Film Co., and was the builder of the backgrounds in the picture. "In Old Chicago" which showed several weeks ago at the Call. The town was all built in miniature for the lire. Mr. Beamer started work of this kind when he and Mr. Prptt and a lumberman in West Union built a model modern farm for an exhibit at the Kossuth County Fair a few years ago. Later it was exhibited in New York, and Mr. Beani- er had his offer to go to California Mrs. Beamer is doing bit parts in the movies. Pat went to West Union Monday with Lloyd Pratt. Tues.-Wed., July 26-27 Gene Stratton Porter's "ROMANCE OF THE LIMBERLOST" With Eric Lindeu Jean Porker (Second Feature) Lloyd Noluu in "PRISON FARM" Thur. Thru Sat., Clias. Sturrttt "OLD WYOMING TRAIL" (Second Feature) Preston Fouler "LADY IN THE MORGUE" Plus Devil Dog*" Rath Ann Potter of Shatter U n house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zender. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ltnbjr left on Sunday for a week's vacation at their Clear Lake cottage. • Leon Merrltt ha* purchased a black and chromium finished funeral coach for use at the Merritt Funeral Home. E. J. Van Ness, G. W. StHlman and D. C. Hutchison attended a judical convention held at DCS Moines, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. "Pee" Parks and sons, Jerry and Jimmy, of Mason City were callers at the Mrs. Elsie Cady home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Chrlschltles and Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne were in Minneapolis. Sunday and Monday, on a business and pleasure trip. Mrs. Harry Tremalne of Los Angeles. Calif., was in Algona calling on old friends, Sunday. She was a former Algona and Humboldt resident. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Malone of Merryman, Nebr., came Tuesday of last week to care for Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Cratty, who are both in poor health. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. MacDougaU entertained their bridge club, Friday evening. High score prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ringgenberg. M. S. Falrchlld and son, Harold of Boone were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Clapsaddle. Mr. Falrchild is a brother-in-law of Mrs. Clapsaddle. Sir. and Mrs. G. C. Barton were guests at Webb, Sunday, of Mrs. Barton's sister and husband. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cook. Mrs. Cook is ill with rheumatism. Kenneth Samp of Lake Mills has sold his share of the variety store in Lake Mills to his brother, Leslie. The Samps have made no definite plans for the future. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Pannkuk and son. Louis, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Guderian were visitors Sunday at the home of Mrs. Pannkuk's brother, Ralph Steward at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Potter visited Mrs. Lillie Webster, a former Algona resident, at her home in Estherville, Friday. Mrs. Webster hfis been bedfast for the past three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Frod Tubhrsiiig of Mason City were Sunday visitors al the home of their daughter. Mr:,. \V. C. MncDoupall. Mrs. MaoUougall and son, Bob. returned with them for a week's visit. Mr. and Sirs. Eugene Huteliins and Miss Marguerite Dalziel returned Saturday evening from n motor trip through Yellowstone Park and Los Angeles, California, where Mr, Hutchins has relatives. Word wan received here from tho Rev. George C. Vance that he would resign as pastor of the local Congregational church, and would accept a position as the pastor in a church at Mitchell, South Dakota. Dr. and Mrs. Georgo Meyer of Marshalltown visited at the A. A. Bishop home, Sunday. The Meyers and the Bishops arc old friends, and for many years Dr. Meyer was the Bishop family doctor before they moved to Algona. Mable Cratty left for Minneapolis Friday morning where she will join Dora Wallace, and they will leave for a vaction trip In the east. Mable has been in Algona for live weeks helping care for her father nnr) mother, Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Cratty. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterling, daughter. Joyce, Dorothy Miller and Mrs. M. W. Ferguson were Sunday guests of the Jerry Schoons of Buffalo Center, who are spending severe! weeks at Okoboji. Mrs. Ferguson will remain at the lake for a week. Frank Zi-uder accompanied by his daughter, Gertrude, left last week Tuesday for LaCrosse, Wis., to visit at the home of another daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hammill. Mr. Zender returned on Saturday and Gertrude remained lo visit another week. Mrs. Al Falkeiilialner, Mr. und Mrs. Eugene Murtagh and little daughter, Judy, and Tasker and Diane Falkenhainer of Red Oak, Iowa, returned Sunday from the Falkenhainer cottage on Hayward Bay at Lake Okoboji. They had been there for two weeks. Mr. and Mri. Theodore Hutchison left . Wednesday for Denver, Colorado, and will go on to California, where Mr. Hutchison has business to look after. They have several friends whom they will visit. The Hutchisons lived in Koa Angeles for a few years P. L. Stain brook returned to hi» home in Burt Friday after attending the Midwest Farm Bureau convention at Lafayette, Ind. He accompanied Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hamilton of Fort Dodge home and the Hamiltona were guests at the Stainbrook home that evening. Mr. und Mrs. Arthur MrssriiK>'r are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Will Walker of Alfcona. Mrs. Messenger ia a daughter of the Walkers. The Messengers have been vacation in northern Minnesota and Canada. Mr. Messenger is employed by the Iowa Ruilwhy Light & Power Co. of Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Sirs. W. J. Becker and sons. Bill and Dickie, arrived Sunday for a visit at the home of their daughter and husband, Mr. ind Mrs. Everett Anderson and with oth*r relatives and friends in Algona and vicinity. Monday, the Becker family and Mrs. Anderson drove to Renwick to visit at the home of another daughter, Mrs. Emory Beaman. Mr. and Sirs. Andy JusperMin, and Mrs. Lloyd Keith and son AUin left for their home., hi GU-nJal'.. Oa!if., Saturday mornini;. Mr. ami Mrs. Jasperson had be'.'ii visiting his brother, Elmer Ja.perscii. and his sisters. Mrs. H. B. White und Mrs. Harry McCorkle und othur Algona friends during the past month. Mrs. Lloyd Keith and son were visiting her mother, Mrs. Nellie Van Allen. Mrs. Keith will be remembered us Evelyn Van Allen. Sir. and Sir*. Andrew Cook of St. Peter, Minn., and their house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Boyer of St. Paul, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Me- Mahon. The party drove to Wc-»t Bend Sunday afternoon. Seven- tcu years ago Mr. Boyer was tlie contractor at West Bend for thu building of the Catholic church. He and Father Dobberstein had a very interesting visit. The McMahona and the Cooks became friends this winter when they were in San Au- toiiio, Twtaj. Th^Mon About Town Soy* Recent Sweet City Bride Given Nice Shower by Friends Friday ffwentiyVfouf years ago Melvin Miner was born. During those long years he has lived within a few blocks of the Northwesteen station and yards. Last week he vacationed In northern Minnesota and rode the cushions from Minneapolis to Mason City. That train ride was the greatest thrill of his career for it was the first. Unbelievable to him were the marvels of the modern passenger. * # # A few standpatters or die hards remain in the republican rank." nnd one of these still displays n Lindon and Knox emblem on the rear window of a coupe. Perhaps tho cr\r has not been laundered in yean past, or could it be the everlasting faith? The owner is in business 0:1 State street, too. * * * It looks like olden times and possible big leaguers within the lineup of kids playing one-old-cat on a makeshift diamond in the Frank Thorpe yard. Not thre<! or four but about 15 neighborhood youngsters are there enjoying the greatest sport on earth. * * * A little note anent the firefighters practicing with the new engine j brought criticism from a few but like an old woman with a secret to keep and a last word to have, you must not tell anyone 1 , but the truck went out and stopped a long way from its destination. It refused to proceed without gas in the tank, one of the miracles not recommended by the salesman. » * * Fall Is on the way and so is football. Now is the time to plan and act on bleachers for the athletic park. It takes several weeks to accomplish the procedure and building. If the school board will get together now they will have the whole-henrted support of the park board. * # * j Chickens from .Jiipun. So sny* the ! DCS Moines Register. Arrangements ' for one hundred thousand a month ; dumped into New York nre com-, pleteil with facilities on way for bo- ! tweon four nnd five thousand n month. That's not many for the | oountry but it would keep a few Kossuth farmer in business for quite somo time. Top springs have been locally bringing twelve and fourteen cents per pound. Who yelletl about ten cent corn a few years ago? Chickens from Japan; this country can't raise them. «• * * Have you met them? Those hoys in town known of Intt as Tnrznn and Bronco. They nre really of the wilds, although going twenty minutes for a fall. Sports events culminating at our feet and we miss them. Oh. for a good advertising manager, or an agent to bring in the dough. » » » Simon Henry went in for modern dress while tending separator on the threshing run. Overalls were caught in (he machinery and Simon looked like a plucked chicken for a while. A good scare was the extent of the injuries. The crew vowed to have a barrel handy just in case of embarrassment to the next nudist. * * * Gene Neville and Tailor Clopton j have n friendly way of greeting | each other which results in a feu- j reil marks. Who does the greeting | first gets a break for a slap, bang j nnd a hasty retreat starts the day , out right and sometimes it is a farewell at night. Swea City: Mrs. James Sanders. Mrs. Chas. Kessler, Mrs. Fred Peterson, Mrs. M. J. Kelly, Mrs. Harold Ditsworth. Mrs. Ervin Link. Mrs. E. I. Hammond and Miss Florence Alberts were hostesses at a postnuptial linen shower honoring Mrs. Glenn Clark last Wednesday evening at the Guild hall. The evening was spent playing games. Mrs. Harry Chambers of Dubuque. cousin of Mrs. Clark, sang "Oh. Promise Me" and "Love's Old Sweet Song." Decorations were carried out in pink and blue. After delicious refreshments the bride was escorted to a seat under an umbrella, where she unwrapped her gifts drawn from an old fashioned rain- barrel. James E. Vaux is starting work on a new $5.500 residence on lots east of the Schuler residence. The home will be 35 by 24 feet. Director Gerald Niemeyer took the local high school band to In- terlnkcn Park Sunday where they played two concerts during the day. Evar Carlson received word on Thursday of the death of his oldest sister, Ellen In Chicago, recently. He left that evening to attend the funeral. Lee and Marjorle Hlllsten arc enjoying a visit from their grandmother. Mrs. Mathilda Hillsten of Denver, Colorado. She is staying at the J. E. Vaughn home. D. W. Fults, Jr.. returned last Friday from Iowa City where he attended the six weks' summer session at the university law school. He hns completed four years of the' six year law course. i Mrs. E. O. Swanson, mother of; Rev. R. C. Swanson. is spending several weeks in Muskegon, Mich- j igan. The M. C. Wnrrens, parents i of the wife of Rev. Swnnson, from' East Mollne, 111., arc visiting hero I this week. j Verne Ellis, pioneer editor of tho ; Swea City Herald until 1909, preach-' ed at the Baptist church Sunday night. Mr. Ellis is visiting in Iowa this summer. He makes his home at Denver. Colorado, but has land interests hore. Miss Esther Smith spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smith. Miss Smith is attending summer school at Drake University in DCS Moines, taking a course toward a master's degree in music. Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Harvey and children, Elwood nnd LaNellc. returned last week Friday from a trip to Ohio and Maryland. The Harveys were Kossuth county delegates to the International Council on Christian Education. Tills is the first time our county hns been represented at this meeting. Jesse Whitman of East Chain, who lost an arm in an auto accident bore July 10. is making a good recovery nnd may bo nblo to leave the Fairmont hospital this week. Ho was enroutc to Swea City to piny baseball with the local tonm when the nccidont occurred nnd several members of the local ball club have visited him at the hospital. Mr. nnd Mrs D. W. Fults, Miss Mctn Dreycr nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. S. P. Eckholm are spending the week at Sunset Beach. Okoboji. They were joined there by the Fults' daughter, Virginia, who is taking a week's vacation from her duties *• auditor In Comptroller Murtagh'a office at the state house, and by Mr. and Mrs. Mel Anderson, also of Des Moines. Mrs. Anderson, a daughter of the Eckholms, is employed at Younkers and her hu»- bnnd is with the Goodrich Tire Co. Arthur Rawson Rites Saturday; Dies in Spokane Arthur Rawson. n son of John and Mnrthn Rawson. pioneers of early Algona. died July 17 in a hospital at Spokane. Washington, after a year's illness of cancer. Arthur Rnwsbn was born. February 27. 1870, at York, Wis. He died at the age of fifl years of ago. When three years of nge ho moved to Algona with his parents. Ho grow to manhood on n farm near Algona, nnd about 35 years ago ho wont west nnd has since resided in the states of Idaho ami Washington. He leaves one sister. Mrs. Frank L. Miller of Cresro township, who lives southwest of Aignnn. The body was returned to Algona and short services wore held nt tho grave by Rev. English nt the Riverview cemetery, Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. John Kins of Clear L,ake, and Mr. and Mrs. Li-one Beamish nnd daughter. Juanita and Judy, were week end guests of Mr. mvl Mrs. Raymond Beamijh and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart. Mr and Mrs. King arc ar. aunt and uncle of Mr. Beamish and Mrs. Stewart, and Leone Beamish is their brother. Mra. Al Bloom and noil, Howard, of St. Paul. Mrs. Sam Garftn, Mrs. Sam Bloom and daughter Bertha of Mason City were guests at the Joe Bloom home last Wednesday. Mrs. Al Bloom lived in Algona a number of years ago when Al was in business here with Joe. Al in operating a grocery store in St Paul now. Mrs. L. E. Potter returned to her home here, Sunday, after ten days spent visiting her son. Ray Potter, at Shaller, her son. Day Potter, at Storm Lake, and her daughter, Mrs. Ray Miner at Mallard. Mrs. Miner brought her home, and little Billy Miner accompanied her and will visit for a week at the home of his grandmother. 1.4*01111 SU'\vurt left via bus, .Monday morning, for a month's visit with her mother. Mrs. Bert Peck. Leonu is having a vacation from her duties at Marie Clement's beauty parlor. Bert Peck is in Algor.a. He lias been living in California fur the past nine years, and he and his wife have come back every two years. However, this year Mrs. Peck was unable to come. Sir. and Sim. W. L. Whitney drove lo Medford, Minn., Sunday and visited at the Ezra Beardsley home. Other guests were Mrs. Howard Whitney and son, John, of Chicago, daughter-in-law and grandson of tiie Whitneys. and the Whitney daughter, Dorothy, who is attending the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis. Mr. und Mrs. Btardsley are cousins of the Whitneys. Isabella Givfiiherg and live of liur girl friends propped at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jot Greenberg, Monday morning, lur breakfast. The girls uru on a riuh- ing tour for their toroiity, Sigma Delta Tuu and are traveling through the mid-western states. They hud been at Clear Lake and were on their way to Omaha. Ti.iy are students at the University of Iowa. Isubelle expected to be home in another week. Sir. and Sirs. Charles H. Lawrence visited at the home of the latter's sister, Mrs. George II. Free, from Wednesday until Sunday morning. Mrs. Free and her guests were visitors at the home of another sister, Mis. Walter Thompson at Bode, Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence live at Long Beach, Calif., and have been to the east coat and will go back by the way of Mackintosh, Seattle and Washington Bargains Worth Coming Miles for Wed., July 27 to Mon. August 5 "Prices Quoted in this Ad Subject to Quantities on Hand Only Dresses - Values to 8.00 Gorgeous Dresses of lace, silk sheers, hopsacking, linens, plain crepes, all sizes, going at only 3 Silk Hose - Regular 1.00 Rollins or Admiration finest Silk «fl £Q Hose, good colors, • U t/ sizes 8% to 11, at on- 2 Pail* Dresses - Values to 3.95 Linen Dresses and fine cotton dresses. Just the thing for warm fall weather at 1 98 White Shoes The final clean-up on our White Shoes, plenty of good sixes left, Values to $5, at only 1 98 Knee Length Silk Hose Regular 79c Medium and dark colors, but a buy at only 49 Slips Taffeta Slips __ Anklets quality at ____ Pajamas and Gowns Cool Batiste, Seersucker and ^^ print ii-o\vns ;ind pajamas. Just VJUC tlie tiling for warm nights Bags Sportswear Entire line of beachwear, swim suits, play suits and sun suits, now on sale at Half Price Formals Hats 12 i-ptf. *548 lio-ht formal dresses __ 25 Spring Hats onlv 25c Shoes Boudoirs Odd pairs, of <M Odd Pairs of ladies, children's V* Unusc Slippers _ Wash Dresses Crash, Organdies and Prints, sizes 12 to 44 > Regular to 1.25 Shirley Temple Dresses All sheer summer dresses for children, regular $1.98, at 69 "l 19 All Summer Bags now al __ __ Girdles IVr-Fil <iirdle, s , regular ,fl.'_'.") Coats and Suits Will sell any Spring Coat or Suit 1'or One-Half Price and some less—look them over. Less Vi Price Slacks Keg. 7!)c to $1.00 CA. ehildren & ladies Jut Blouses Shirts Just a lew of these i-eg. $1.00 Hats 21 Silk &. Linen QO I'D Sprinu and Spring Hlou>es.._*' 0 *' Summer Hats __ Wash Dresses - Regular 1.98 49 J)o1ted Swiss, Voiles. PiqlN prints, sixes 11 To 4H 1 Odd Lot of Silk Hose ,. 39c Children's Wash Dresses 39c Smart Hats, reduced to $1.00 Knit Panties 19 C Cartwright Linen Dresses Also Joyce (Joiild Linen and Vita- I/ 0 * linen Dresses, plenty of style '? tilCC Paradise Footwear $3.o5 Summer Suits -One-Half Price Knit Dresses, regular $11.75 $5.95 Silk Lastex Girdles 98c

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