Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 15, 1931 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 15, 1931
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KOSflUTtt COtWttY ADVANC& ALGONA. IOWA PAGE Selected! aound—comfortable. |new lobby I* openel lor toralott. 16-17 0-3:30, pftee* 10-8dc. I critic says i A great^play. t defied the moral code, lefted the criminal code. ly of prison life .In one of •prisons of America. 1 keep you on the edge of IER HOUSTON HOLMES STANCE CUMMINGS IN • "THE IMINAL ICOPE" Also serial Dog Bin Tin Tin Lone Defender" Wednesday-Thursday, Jan. 21 ft 22 Thursday trade matinee at 2:30. Prices, 10-30o. Che ISundny, January 18. THE o'clock matinees, 10-35c. seat in the theater Iclock shows regular prices. nother "Let Us Be Gay." IWOW OF A COMEDY [New—just released. IARIONDAV1ES M <**£ us the picture ;pf the week |omedy lines.. ivs, Comedy Fable \ and Tuesday, Jan. 19 and 20 |iose who like something dtf- i of the World's Greatest [OTIS SKINNER —with— ., ITTA TOTING DAVID MANNERS additional in. the cast, In prices on Broadway. .r admission in Algona. STERLING for comedy— TA YOUNG for the Oriental n— DINNER as beggar £ and waster of love's delights [seventh veil of love—life, pe rascal of Bagdad! 1,001 DELIGHTS! Keview, Varieties. ^LOCALS Ed Holecek spent last week Tuesday at Mneon City on business. , 'Theodore ' Zlttrltach spent the week-end With friends at Indlanola. Attorney E. C. MoMahon . spent Saturday and Sunday at Grundy Center. ' \. Annetta Gllskl, Cedar Rapids, left Friday for home, after two weeks with the Charles Ollbrides. 13. W. l-iusby, druggist, went to Minneapolis Tuesday on business. H e is expected back today. The Baptist Mission Circle will meet with Mrs. John Urch today; leader, Mrs. Karl Willasson. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Taylor, Sexton, are parents of a boy, born " A Multitude of Gods." Evening: NiAZAKBNE, I. F. Mfctcnlf, Pan- tor .— .Sunday school, 9:46; lesson •title, The ministry of John the Baptist; Golden text, Bring forth therefore fruits worthy of repentance, -(Luke 3:8). Morning worship, till; sermon by the pastor, text Isaiah 7:20, "In the same day shall the Lord shave with a razor that is hired, Namely, by them beyond the river, by the king of Assyria." Evangelistic service, 7:30; sermon by pastor. Wednesday evening prayer and praise service. PRESBYTERIAN, ,1. L,. Colcnian, Pastor — Morning hours of worship: study of lesson; sermon theme, it's a pleasure! DIVORCE AMONG fRI€NDS IRENE DELROY JAMES HALL LEW CODY What happens in a city between midnight and the morning edition of he city paper. Also News, Comedy. ' Monday at ihe Algona Hospital. The Presbyterian Aid will hold a bake sale at the Anderson meat market Saturday, beginning at 10 o'clock. Clarence Detrick left for Bellefon- tnine, O., last Thursday, called by news of the serious Illness of his mother. ,•• Elsie Helmke, employed at the N. C. Rices, went to 'her home at Whittemorc for a few days visit with her parents. The Herman Boettchera attended a celebration of the 87th birthday of Herman's father, August Boettcher, at Fenton Saturday night. Walter Lorenz returned to work Monday at the Kext Motor company after a week's vacation recovering from an attack of the "flu." Bridget Gaffney, of Rockwell, came back yesterday, after having spent the holidays with her parents. She Is a nurse at the Kossuth Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood McDonald are parents of a boy, born Monday the Y. P. S. C. E, at 6:30. Sermon subject, "The Exultation of Christ.", It should be a happy moment for those who love the Lord to meet together and worship Him. FIRST LUTHERAN, C. E. Olsson, Pastor — The Missionary society meets, tomorrow at 2:30 with Mrs. Alma Nelson. Mrs. D. C. Mahan is the assisting •hostess. . . Sun- dav school, 10; Sunday evening service at 7:30. rlday mid Saturday. Jan. 2!i and 24 Two matinees Saturday, 1:30-3:30. Prices, 10-SOo. The picture the laughter public has been waiting for! Gtfiowuwd loving evening. The baby is the and only Mrs. MORAM Come inside a ladies' Turkish bath and have some fun. • Marie and Polly operate an up-to- date beauty parlor. Laugh until you cry! Also Comedy Serial at matinee , Bin Tin Tin in "The Lone Defender" are now in our new location, first door east of iers Dry Goods Store. We invite you to call.and pectthis store." fou will find a full line of Groceries and Meats ji" You will also find our prices are reasonable. Watch for Friday and Saturday Specials. Ellis Runchey PHONE 237, grandchild of Supervisor AV. E. McDonald. Judge W. B. Quarton accompanied G. A. Brunson to Des Moines last week Wednesday on a business trip. Mr. Brunson had been here on a business mission. Hulda Moe, Lake Mills, went home Sunday after spending, the week-with her sister Violet, who is employed at the . Falkenhainer ' & Haggard insurance offices. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Richardson returned last Thursday from Des Moines, where they had spent several days, buying furniture for the Rlchai'dson furniture store. B. F. Ballard, Mason City, came for Mrs. Ballard Friday, and -they went home that night. Mrs. Ballard had spent a week here, the guest of the Victor Ldwes. County Attorney G. D. Shumway spent last Thursday at Sutherland, Primghar, and surrounding points, on business. B. D. Kelly, Emmetsburg, his partner, spent the day here. The-Rev. F. H. Webster spent Tuesday at Ayrshire with his mother, who observed her 91st birthday anniversary. All of her children were there and a big birthday dinner was served. Tony.Kirsch, who has been seriously ill since New. Year's from blood poisoning caused from a scratch on his right little finger, is improving, but is still, under ^ the care of a nurse. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Helgen, Emmetsburg, and a son spent Sunday with Mrs. Nellie McMahon. The Helgens and McMahons were formerly neighbors at Emmetsburg.' Mr. Hel- gene is In the real estate business. Mrs. Julius Johnson, Humboldt, went home Sunday after two weeks helping care for her brother-in-law, C. F. Lathrop, who has been seriously ill with heart trouble. Mrs. Johnson planned to return yesterday. 1 Mrs. F. H. Webster was seriously ill Monday night with acute indigestion. Philomena Quinn, R. N., was called, 'and remained till next day. It was expected that the patient would be up again sometime this week. Otto Falkenhainer left Monday for Peoria, 1)1., where he is spending the week attending a meeting of Salesmen for the Meyers Furnace 'company, for which he travels. Mr. Falkenhainer's territory ,is Iowa and Minnesota. H. C. Klamp returned Monday from Charles City, where he had spent several days with his daughter, Mrs. Arthur Fluhrer. Mr. Klamp, who is a retired farmer, will be 80 his next birthday. He is enjoying good health. Mrs. Aubrey : Bonham returned early last week from Earlham, where she had been since Christmas, ; wi^h Mr. Bonham's parents. | Mr. Bonham, who is athletic coach in the local schools, spent the holidays at Earlham. ' Luke E. Llnnan was at Des Moines last Thursday, where he served as best man at the wedding of A. G. Winkler, New York City, - TRINITY LUTHERAN—German services next Sunday at 2 1). m., the Rev. Mr.. Kabelitz in charge. F. W. Wehlers, en route home from Pocahontas, where they had visited Herman's mother.-. Herman, like his brother Fred, Is in the jewelry business. Mr. and Mrs. Wehler's son Emil Is attending the Shaddock military school at Faribault, Minn. Mr. aricl' Mrs. M. J. McGruder and daughter, Lawrenceburg, Ky., left by car for home last week Thursday after a visit since Christmas with Mi's. McGruder's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Malone, and sister, Mrs. G. B. Turner. The McGruders also visited his parents at Britt. -Mr, McGruder is an engineer. The W. R. C. will meet at the Dehnert Hotel next week Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. There will be a business meeting, a program, and refreshments served by the hostesses, who will be Mrs. William Dehnert, Mrs. Ella Wilson, Mrs. Clara Bonstetter, Mrs. Andrew Peterson, Mrs. Flora Gabriel, . arid Mrs. Delia Troutman. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Norton and Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Norton entertained at dinner at the Algona hotel last week Wednesday night in honor of Mrs. R. P. Norton's and M. G.'s birthday anniversaries. After dinner the guests went to R. P. Norton's, where bridge-was played. Mrs. F. F. Barker and A. E. Kreseneky won the high scores. Eva Peterson, who had for some months been with two sisters who are in government employ at Washington, D. C., is now at Charlotte, N. C., where she is in the employ of a national bank receiver. Miss SOCJEFV C7 jkWJ^i^ By Eva W. Streit. Roliekahg, .Odd Fellows Install— The Rebekahs and Odd Fellows Installed officers at a joint meeting Tuesday night at the I. O. O. F. hall. The following Rebekah officers were Installed: Mrs, Alta Pool, noble grand; Mrs. Tina Behrends, vice grand; Mrs. Mable Lund, secretary; Mrs. Emily Rawson,' treasurer; Mrs. May Herman, chaplain; Mrs. Daisy Ellsworth, warden; Mrs. Rose Anderson, conductress; M. J. Jones, Inner guard; Conrad Herman, outer guard; Odd Fellow officers were installed as follows: Lewis Jenkinson, noble grand; L. G. Pool, vice grand; H. Bruns, secretary; William Dehnert, treasurer; A. H. Behrends, warden; "W. H. Freeman, conductor; M. J. Jones, inside guard; George Johnson, outside guard; W. A. Richardson, chaplain; C. Herman, right supporter; C. H. Taylor, left sup porter; Roy Bjustrom, right scene supporter; Anton Anderson, left scene supporter. The Installing officers wore Mr, Pool, .Mrs. H. Lund, Mr. Jenkinson, and Mrs. C. Barton. After Installation there was lunch and cards. Farewells for Mrs. lllrnm Wliltc— Mrs. Eugene Keneflck entertained last week Wednesday night In honoi of Mrs. Hiram White, who left early In the week for a new home at Ok lahoma City. Bridge was played at two tables, and Mrs. White won the high score. Lunch was served. Mrs. Stuart Hazeltlne, Mlnneapo Us, and Hazel Potter entertained in honor of Mrs. Hiram White Satur day nighl at the home of the for mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos Cosgrove. Mrs. White left with Mr White Monday for Oklahoma City where they will make their home The entertainment consisted o bridge at three tables, Mrs. H. L McCorkle winning the high score Mrs. White was given a guest prize Lunoh was served! Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. Vic tor N. Lowe, Mr. and Mrs. Raymonc McCorkle, Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Me Corkle, and Mr. and Mrs. Hiram White enjoyed a covered dish sup per at the Lowe home, and the eve nlng was spent at bridge. Mr. an Mrs. White were given a gues prize. jjace at the K. GV hall next week. Thursday night. There will be both jirds and dancing, and play will begin at 8. Lunch will be served at 0. - 'aatlme Dance Next Monday— The Happy Pastime dancing club will dance to music by Cherokee irchestra -Monday night. The same, irchestra, played for the club's sec- md dance. Another dance Is scheduled before Lent. Other Society News. Dr. and Mrs. H. L. McCorkle en- .ertained their bridge club at dinner Friday night. Mrs. W. P. Hemp- hll] and Henry Reimer won the high scores; Mr. Hemphlll and Mrs. J. W. Mangan, the low. Mrs. Mangan and Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Bollard, Mason City, were guests. The Hi-Low bridge club was entertained last week Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew. Mrs. W. H. Hemphlll won high score; Mrs. Henry Reimer, the low. Mrs. B. F. Ballard was a guest of the club. Refreshments were served. The Methodist Centenary Sunday school class will meet at the church next Tuesday night. Supper will be served at G:30 and a program will follow. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ander- pon are, chairmen of the committee in charge. The A. O. bridge club met with Lucille Peterson Friday night, and Lydla Myere and Mabel De Graw won the high scores. Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson, Ledyard,- Lucllle's sister, was a guest. Refreshments were served., Mr.' and Mrs. Edw. Kaln, Plum Creek township, 1 entertained 32 guests at cards last week Monday night. Leonard Drager and Mrs. Clinton Sampson won high scores. After bridge, lunch was served. The. Presbyterian Missionary society will meet with Mrs. Elizabeth Lempke, 421 N. Minnesota , street, this afternoon. BLAZE AT UNION SLOUGH DRAWS MANY SPECTATORS Burt, Jan. 13—Union Slough caught fire Sunday evening and was still burning Monday. The fire could be seen many miles, and drew many spectators. Jesse Whoreson drove out Monday morning, and a car from Wesley ran into him at a curve. Mr. Thoreson saw it coming and 'stopped, but the other was unable to do so. The Wesley car was badly damaged. THIS BOY'S NOT HAPfY WITH OR WITHOUT SNOW "To wish for snow or not," th&t Is the question which is bothering! Bob Sellstrom, Algona high school sophomore. At the beginning 1 Of the winter, he signed a written C0ii« tract with the Long Bros, grocery store to keep the store's sidewalks clear of snow all winter, and .he- WM to be paid at the rate of 50c a month. The contract was to be bindng regardless of Jhe amount of snow. So far this winter, Bob has had. to shovel the sidewalks but once, after one light snowfall. Bob wanted the money to buy .a pair of sklis. His predicament now is complicated, whether or not It snows. Without snow, he doesn't have to work to draw Jiis pay, but on the other hand he cannot go skiing when there is no snow. Contract to care for walks 1 '"all winter, regardless of amount of snow, Is popular with Algona youngsters. Jack , Streit has a similar agreement witH T. L. Larson to keep the walks clear on the latter's vacant lot next door to A. Streit's. 1PII!![|||||||I!III!!I!III!IIII!IIIIIIIIII!M Martha Potter Is Married- Martha Potter, Cresco township, and Victor Applegate, Corwith, were married Saturday at the Methodist parsonage at Storm Lake. The Rev. Mr. Bond, pastor, officiated in the presence of Mr. and Mrs. Archie McDaniels, Sioux Rapids. After the ceremony the bridal party went to Sioux Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Applegate came to Algona Sunday. The bride is .the daughter of Mr. and Mrs._ Elmer Potter, of Cresco township. She was graduated from the local high school, after which She attended the I. S. T. C., .Cedar Peterson was throughly trained for Falls. During the year she taught this work during the three or four years Receiver W. C. Pyle was clos and Josephine Toson, Mr. Linnan and Mr. Des Moines. •Winkler • are [arket Day Sate Saturday, January 17 r e 1011 hortei, cattle and bogs, [ «r anything you have to Old Tripp Sale Barnt Johnton & Mmtern Phi Kappa, fraternity brothers. Mrs. Geo. L. Free, nee Marie Paine, left last Thursday for Iowa City, where George is a student in the pharmacy college. They have an apartment in the Iowa Apartment building, and Mrs, Free will keep house While George continues hia studies. ^ Mr. and Mrs. E, .1. Schmidt and the latter's mother, Mrs, Carrie Dean, Estherville, -were week-end guests of Mr. andi Mrs. T. H. at Estherville, hav moved there from Holmes. Mr. Schmidt operates a grocery store ing recently Sioux City. Mrs. Lura Sanders, city librarian, spent the week-end at Charles City, at the home of her son Roger., The Roger Sanders moved to Charles City recently from Osage, and Mr. Sanders, who has an Ice cream factory at Osage, is now opening one at Charles City. Mr.. - and Mrs. .George Elbert go to Minneapolip Sunday for several days on business. Mrs. Stuart Ha- zeltln«v Minneapolis, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. .and Mrs. Jos. Cosgroye, since Christinas, will go home with them. Mrs, Hazeltine wa? kola Cosgrove. Mrs. B. J. etehle entertained her bridge club last week Wednesday at- ing up the affairs of the local First National bank. Dr. R. A. Evans, who suffered a sprained hip and a broken rib in an auto accident December 26, was able to be up Tuesday for the first time. He hop'es to -be able to resume his practice next Monday. The doctor has won the respect of the community during the few years he has been here, and many friends rejoice to know that he is recovering from his misfortune. Mr. and Mrs. Karel Horan drove to Chicago Monday, and Karel will attend a Victor'', x-ray school. He will work for the company after he completes the course. He had been helping his father, W. H. Horan, In his electrical business the last few months, and the Karel Horans have been making their home with the W. H. Horans. They lived in ,Los Angeles before coming.here. The Plum Creek Social and Literary club met at Florence Bleich's last week Wednesday; Jessie Altwegg, assisting hostess. Roll. call was answered with "Hard Nuts to Crack." A 'paper on. Public Safety was read by Mabel Tjaden, and a magazine article on The Autoist's Alphabet by Maude Jergenson. The annual club banquet will take place AVednesday, January 21, .at Violet Benschoter's, Mrs. Martin Coonan and Mrs. F. H. O'Halloran, -Emmetsburg, with the latter's daughter Vivian, spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. M. J." Streit. , Vivian was brought here to catch a bus for Rock Island, where she is. a director for the Frederick Ingham company. She was to go to Culver, Ind., from Rock Island to direct a production. Mrs, Coon an is Mrs. Streit's mother; Mrs. O'Halloran, her sister. Mrs, Glen McMurray entertained her bridge club last Thursday night, Mrs. Owen Nichols won the high score; Mrs. G. D, Brundagc . the low. Refreshments were served. Monday night Mr. and Mrs, McMurray 'entertained six couples at dinner and bridge and a two-course dinner was served to seven at email tables. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Merrltt Won the high scores; Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Moulds, the low. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Taylor, their daughter Gertrude, and Bonnie Lee Bonar, spent Sunday at Curlew, at the home of Mrs. Taylor's sister, Mrs. Edw. Johnson. Guests of the Taylors last week were Mrs. Ned Brown, Emmetsburg.i and a daughter. The Taylors and Browns visited relatives last week Wednesday at Mason City, and .spent Friday at Fairmont and Blue Earth. Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Taylor are sisters. Mrs. Kate Turner went to Chicago last week Monday to spend a few weeks at the home of .her daughter, Mrs. N. C, Skow. Dorothy in Prairie township. The couple .will make their home on a farm near Corwith. Mrs. Applegate's school is a. few miles from "the farm, and she, will continue teaching, going back and forth each day. I Most Extraordinary Values 1 Beginning Thursday Morning, Jan. 15 H You will find in this sale of home needs values that have not s 3 been duplicated in years. Quality, size, desirability, all ear- 3j = marks of standard quality merchandise. • • S W. R. C. Officers Are Installed— The W. R, C. installed officers Tuesday evening: president Mrs. Edith Taylor; senior vice president, Mrs. Alma Nelson; treasurer, Mrs. Ida Forbes; secretary, Mrs. Ruth Cook; conductor, Mrs. Cora Newville; assistant conductor, Mrs. Rita Steussy; guard, Mrs. Edna Loper; assistant guard, Mrs. Emma Dehnert; chaplain, Mrs. Ella Hohn; press correspondent. Mrs. Elizabeth Miner; music, Mrs. Edith Miner; patriotic Instructor, Mrs. Myrna Ostrum; color bearers, Hilma Ostrum, Mrs, Cora Cronan, Agnes Bilsborough, Mrs. Luella Bingaman. The Corps club meets next week Wednesday with Mrs. Dehnert. Elizabeth Webster Engaged— Announcement of the engagement of Elizabeth Webster to Richard Watsoa, Indlanola, was made at a dinner nt * the Alpha Chi Omega sorority house at Simpson college, Indianola, Friday evening. Elizabeth is a daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. F, H. Webster, Algona, and is a 'senior at Simpson She Is a member of Alpha Chi Omega. Mr. AVatson is a senior In law at the university of Iowa, and Is a member of the Delta Theta Phi fraternity. Currt, Dancing' Party Is Given — A St. Cecelia's card and dancing party was given at the K. C. hall Monday night, with Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kelley in charge. There were 30 tables of bridge and "500." Mrs. William Aman, and F. H. Seller won the high scores at bridge ; Mrs. Harry Bode and Emil. Stuffle won the high "500" scores. L. A. Winkel won the door prize. There will be a series of similar parties before Lent. = Guest Towels = $1.00 value = 75c each 55 Scalloped edge, attrac- = tively embroidered at S bottom; of a fine quality linen. BATH TOWELS 22x44—4 for $1 BATH TOWELS Extra large—50c COTTON HUCK 6 for 50c LINEN TOWELING Colored border—24c FANCY LINEN TOWELS— 14 off __ Bed Sheets $1.25 value. $1.00 each Snowy white bleached sheets ; full size. A quality that will launder beautifully. SAXON SHEETING . 9/4, 21/2 yds. for $1 BRIDAL SHEETING 9/4 — 59c yard NEPONSETT SHEETS 81x90— $1.25 BRIDAL SHEETS 81x90— $1.50 BRIDAL CASES 42-in. — 39c 7-pc Luncheon Set $3.95 value. $3.45 set Tablecloth and 6 napkins to match. Colored or.self woven borders. A splendid quality linen! LINEN CLOTHS 36-in.—65c LINEN CLOTHS 54-in.—$1 LINEN CLOTHS 54x68—$1.50 BRIDGE SETS 5 piece—r89c LINEN NAPKINS 6 for $1.25 Walkers Tell of So, America — The Woman's club met at the library Friday night and. heard talks by Mr. and Mrs. W. F.' Walker on their South America trip last year. Mrs. Walker told of what occurred on board ship, and Mr. Walker talked about the countries the couple visited. At a club business meeting Mrs. W. S. Lee and Leona Zeigler were voted in as new members. New Beauty Shop Manager— Marie Crow, Waterloo, came Saturday and will have charge of the Marigold Beauty Shoppe II over the Rexall drug, store, She has had six years of experience. Miss Crow suc- ternoon. The %t three tables, Mrs. jr. J. Doojey -win.. ning the high sep«, Mre. K. W. Post secon4 toWb, and, Mrs. Howyrd Vincent, the low. , Mrs. Julius Pet- guest prt|». Re- Turner, Minneapolis, also went to Chicago last week Monday, and expected to spend the week there while Harold Turner, of San Antonio, Texas, was in the city en- route to New York to b.uy goods for the store he ia managing in the south, Dorothy is assistant ager of "a Jane Grey, dress shop In Minneapolis. . R.. S.j; Blossom returned Tuesday from Minneapolis, where he had been called Sunday by news that bis fatter, J, R. Blossom, -\yas critically sick. At first jit was thought that the patient bad suffered a Stroke, but later developments have suggested a form oj heart trouble". Mr. PiwispBi Wv«4 at'Burt many, He 9*4 kip yjjfe fcay« at JponjapoUf Curing the last R, ceeds Phydelia Sonnerholm who resigned last week, Beulah Hartshorn has been at the shop since Miss Son- nerholm resigned. Beulah is ployed at the No- 1 shop. Party Honors V, C, Woman— Mrs. Victor Lowe' entertained at luncheon and bridge last Thursday in honor of her guest, Mrs. B. F. Ballard, Mason City. A two-couj»e luncheon was served at one table centered with a bouquet of flowers. Mrs. Ballard won, high score received a guest prize, and Ralph Elbert won-low score. Coleman to AddreSTw. C, T. The W- C. T. U. will Methodist church tomorrow evening January 16 at 7:80. A Victory day program will be given, of special music, a playlet, and address by the R*Y. J. L. Coleman. All persona Interested in the tern ~* * ar£ $n.vlt$d to Th,e «6coM o| % .aerify *? •s,™* S» ' "V, ' -*•'- /'„*- j...^'^.^.^....^^^^^ SAXON CASES 42-in.— 29c BLANKET SHEETS 81x99 white— $1.50 MATTRESS PADS Large size— $2.75 MATTRESS COVERS Good ones — $2 WASH CLOTHS Extra heavy — $1 dozen ABC Fast Color New Prints Spring is here in the new prints, 36~in. boil proof ABC fast colors and outstanding beautiful patterns and colorings. 22c yard WASH CLOTHS Fancy — 50c dozen New Silk. A glorious selection of 40-in, printed silks, new Spring patterns and colorings accepted, styles right, beautiful. $1.29 yard 86-IN. MUSLIN BV or brown — lOc FEATHER CASES Imported — $1.25 pair LINEN CLOTHS 44-in.— 85c RAG RUGS 18x36—2 for $1 BRIDGE SETS Italian linen— off PILLOW CASES Colored — 45c BATH ROOM RUG ^ 18x36—$! LINEN SCARFS 45 7 in.— 75c and LINEN DISrt II OTHS Good one's — 25c IBON BOARD PA» Good ones-^-29c COLORED SETS Sheets, cases— $1.95 JACQUAltD MADEIRA LINEN SPREADS NOW 19.50

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