Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 23, 1931 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 23, 1931
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Swfff IS Apr. I _1 The .t. J. cuest clay Fri- Mrs, Ltchty, Mrs. H. H. Spring was followed by a an old . '' )Dn gate and lattice e trailing vines and a9 the setting. Char- with' ackers In the songs were portrayed as they were sung. Mesdames will- lam 'and Walter Hefti, the latter dressed as a young man, portrayed Seeing Nellie Homo, and Mrs. Lloyd JZentHer wore a clover costume representing ' the Spanish Scnorlta while O Sple-Mlo! wa.s being sung. Mrs. . Albert Schneider served for When You and I Wore Young, .Maggie, nnd was charming i n an old- fashioned lace bonnet and ruffled dress entrain. Mrs. Charles Wolf cleverly N portrayed the Hawaiian dancer while Aloha Oc was being sung . Lunch was served, and • favors were corsage bouquets' of sweet peas with lace-fern leaves Ledyard Man Dies. Frank Mentor, ii7, Ledyard, died at the Kossuth Hospital Monday morning of inflammation of the veins following Infection in a leg. He operated a restaurant at Led yard. The body was taken to his former home at RedCIeld for burial. KOS8UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALi98f£. I6WA IND TO YOUR PURSE HETHERFAT OR LEAN n,you've -shopped !afA&P you'll It too... but only-by shopping 'u really:know;what a big dif- lu! A&P's low prices made in gcosts.Stop in tod"ay and see for e |f-yonrpursewillappreciateit! Port UndKe. KosKuth llos]i fill Iroatmont. Tho ijpv. c;. bc-fcra the ,\)n next Monday noon. Mrs. William Kl'ont the woek-t Mrs. G. D. Stokes. The Rev. W. Dodge, was n.s-u irnncr last Thursday. Laurence ind I'hllonv week-end at 'ather, the I J. O. Paxs was sick with 'illsbury's Best 24VHB. BAG ROSEDALE YELLOW CLING 'caches HALVED OR SLICED eese MILD AMERICAN . . . . . . u. 1 7c core Macaroni SPAGHETTI OR NODDIES . 3 PKGS. 20c edded Wheat ...'.. . 2 PKGS. 19 C eeda Bakers Snowpeaks . . .2 IBS. 39 C ndmother's Tea ORANGE PEKOE . . %.u». 35c ••. ndmother's Tea GREEN, .... %-IB. 3 1 c na Peanut Butter . . . .2 Ib. jar 29c ........ LARGE PKG. 1 9c ildo'rf Toilet Paper . . . . .4Rousl9 c er'car— Selected'Red River Valley Monday. Mr. and Mrs dubon, went h Sunday with t H. J. Lacy. Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Blossom. them by calling-. Mrs. William Compton, in., ^^M^^k. .^^B^BW*. A OCALS 1'^ K. and M. A. •out yesterday at Tilth, T'.urt, entered 1 Sunday for medi- '. ITulse i.s to speak n City Rotary club 'ii. Becket, Spencer, end with her sister, OS. H. Becker, Fort ost of tlie Rev. P. J, rsday. ->ach, Donald Dewel, Qi-ilnn spent the ra City. i, who teaches at e week-end with her A. English. who ha.s been in ted wn-s reported slight- clay morning. iey G. D. Shumway qulnzy Monday and «3 at his office. nsen and Alma Lee 1lle, spent Tuesday sen store here. W. H. Thompson, it the week-end with r, Mrs. Geo. H. Free. 1 Mra. P. J. Braner leral of a brothcr-in- irtwlg, at Hubbard, . Ernest Reed, Au- ome Monday, after heir daughter, Mrs. . J. W. Sullivan, J. d Mrs. C. H. Beard- ay at Cherokee with Kfiin has a supply isy plants, and any*s a few may have son of Mr. and Mrs. •., Titonka, was oper- ipyemia at the Kos- "Ylday. eussy and Mr. and Vaudt, all of Lu he Rev. and Mrs. P. week Wednesday. Charles L. Holdren spent the week-end r's sister, Mrs. Mary the El'.ls Runcheys orton returned Mon- veeks with the A. C :eokuk and relatives, day to visit Mrs. Long's mother, who is in a hosplta.1 there, taking treatment for sciatic rheumatism. Mrs. ,1. H. Strain, Muscatlne, her son John, Mrs. John Strain, Jos- sup, and the latler's daughter Ms- tel!e came Saturday for a. visit at Joseph Bestenlehner's. Mrs. J. M. Strain is Mr. Bestenlehner's sister. Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Chltty, Correctionville, brought the latter's mother, Mrs. K. Bradley, home Sunday, a.nd she will spend the summer hero, after wintering at Cor- rcotlonvlKe. Doctor Chltty Is a dentist. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison will Ko by auto this week-end to Cedar Rapids to visit at their son Donald's, and will also visit their daughter, Mrs. Q. C. Rrummond, Chicago. They will be gone a week or ten days. Mrs. H. E. Sorstedt took her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walters, to Indianola early last week, am they will spend several months with a son who farms near that town Mrs. Sorstedt returned last Thurs day. The Dr. Fred Bunkers, of Pn.ton went home yesterday after a visi since Sunday with -Mrs. Bunker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. o. S. Lincl say. The Doctor, who is a dentist spent Monday and Tuesday at Min neapolis. Mrs. E. S. Skilllng, Mrs. F. H Skllling, Mrs. Fred Dole, ~and the latter's daughter Helen, all of the Irvington neighborhood, visited the John Ludwigs at Garner ' Friday and Helen remained to work In a Garner hotel. Mrs. A. H. Stock returned Friday from Eagle Grove, where she visited her daughter Berntce who teache physical education there. ' She hat been gone since last week Wednes day. Bernice will teach at Eagl Grove again next year. Jennie Cooney and Elizabet Holtzbauer will drive to. Ottumwa i the former's car next Sunday t attend a state Catholic Daughter of America meeting Monday anc Tuesday. Miss Cooney is grand re gent of the local court. Editor Lee O. Wolfe, of the T tonka Topic, was an AlgOna visito Friday. He said It had been si months since he was here before Besides publishing his paper, M AVolf P (loP4 r\ lit f If* Ton! net n fa V»in vt UILI, viuert ft 11 L Lit? 1 Cell tJSttltc JjU, ing and selling: on the side. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Muckev an rday morning: ttend a 'Mother anquet at M( vhero their dattg Ir. Maluog, who lo.rk, will also t il examination \ Mr. and Mrs. V Irs. Mary Arno 3-year-old sister arium, Nevada, vlil have all he here, with serun t complications. >c supervised an lussian cabinet Ism. A. special er her. Yesterday's R ouble-column laughter of Mr. Lehman of Hob •etary for the Commerce, Dos lure, which was with the clean lalgn sponsoret Chamber, shows avatory. The A. E. K Tuesday night where they line sensky's brothei grow, who is In Northwestern Ii The Kresenskys while the dust and they had t most of the w they had to stor Russell Peters Peters, Hurt, ha been in the emp Co., of Californi series of promo ranked first am Spokane district 40 sub-etatlons i recognition of g been transferred Wash., to Connt Mr. and Mrs. pect Mr. and M ; today from Los Twogood has b ..ball, and baske University of under Sam Bar fotLsRG't 1X3,11 ITIGH formerly Elinor the summer hei will again play Mr. and Mrs. to Des Moines a concert that North Central * ference. Their and Gladys Ris Algona high set chorus of near Fosters, Gladys PAGE PIVB Sioux City to and Daughters Morningside college, 'K ore students. Fr.ecman'.s Monday, :tn<l she tooth extracted injections in case Her diet will also I .she will receive uthn for rhouma- Mlller, music supervisor in the AI- schools, came home .Saturday. Mary Souerwine and. Kathryn Holland, of Spencer, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. George HI- liert and Mr. and Mrs. a. W. Stillman. Miss Holland is Mrs. Stillman's sister. Both visitors teach at .Spencer. Mrs. Klbort and Miss Soucrwino attended the state university nt the same time. George Klfoert spent Friday at Spencer, and the M'irls accompanied him to .Algona. that evening. Mrs. C. F. Lathrop, her daughter Meredith, and son Frank, with Mrs. look"af- i Lathr °P's sister, Mrs. Julius John- picture of Jola, of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew n, who is seethe Junior Chamber of Moines. The pic- run In connection up-palnt up com- 1 by the Junior i Johi polishing a Kresenskys returned from Sioux City, 1 visited Mrs. Kre- r, James M. Petti- company. store was raging, o drive with lights way. Several times of Dr. W. T. some years Recently he id 70 salesmen. In iod work he has from Wenatchee, >een freshman base- tball coach at ,.--thc Southern California •ry, former S. U. I. tor. Mrs. Twogood A. Foster drove Elizabeth ;nted • the voices. The son, Humboldt, and Mrs. Jos. Cosgrove, spent Sunday at Hudd, guests of Mrs. G. W. Johnson, who is! spending a few weeks with a sister. Mi-fl. G. W. Johnson, who had been a patient at the Park hospital, Mason City, for several weeks, went to Hudd last week and expects to be able to come home soon. J. W. Sullivan and L. E. Linnan will attend the funeral of Judge Wade nt Iowa City today. Judge Wade died last week in California. Mr. Sullivan and the Judge were intimate friends, and Mr. Sullivan studied in the Judge's law office during his loat year at the University, the Judge having been graduated from the law school a year before Mr. Sullivan was. Wade Sullivan is named after Judge Wade. Jos. Misbach got home yesterday morning from Chicago, where he had spent a few days, buying goods for the new Misbach clothing store, which will be opened In two weeks. Financial conditions may be tight here, Mr. Misbach says, but they are nothing compared with the situation in and neighboring the great cftlea. In Chicago and its suburbs, 22 banks have failed In the last year or so. These were, however, mostly small banks. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Anderson, of Allerton, came last week Wednesday to visit the Oscar Andersons, Mr. Anderson and Mrs. Oscar Anderson being brother and sister. Mr. Anderson has sold a creamery he owned at Allerton. The W. H. Andersons, Mrs. Oscar Anderson and Mrs. E. M. Toothman, Hurt, spent Monday and Tuesday at Sioux Falls with the William Andersons, William being a 'brother of W. H., and Mrs. Toothman a sister. Too late for correction, the Squar e Deal Mutual Hail Insurance association, which has an advertisement on page 2, writes that the word "all" should be omitted from the first paragraph. The revised para- Melba graph reads: "The Iowa senate de- feated the farmers' bill to require hail companies to pay back to members a larger percentage of assessments collected, just like they buried ("all" omitted) other bills for insurance and t:ix relief for the farmer." Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Jordan, near Titonka, vfaited AJpona a few days ago, and were shocked to find a rumor in circulation that Mrs. Jordan had .applied for a divorce. There i.s no truth in the story, and the Jortlans are at a loss to explain how it got started. Mrs. Jordan, whose maiden name was Myrtle Jensen and who is the daughter • of I Gordon ™ lt ** she and her husband, have been farming near Titonka cpd ar6 happy and ( contented. Dr. R. H. Thompson, , who .succeeded Doctor Temple as dentist at Hurt, was an Algona visitor yesterday. The doctor has just installed a PASTOR AND WIFE TO OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY Mrs. F. J. Clark arrived last week Wednesday from Eugene, Ore., and is spending this week with the Rev. Mr. Clark at the Congregational parsonage. The Rev. and Mrs. Clark plan to celebrate their silver wtedding anniversary Saturday at Uenwlck, where they were married. Mi's. Clark was a guest 'Monday-of her mother-in-law, Mrs. J. J. Clark, at n Midland Club luncheon at Mason City. She will leave next Monday for the return trip to Eugene, where the family will reniain till the schools close and will then come here. The Cla.rks have three children: Frederick, 17, freshman in electrical engineering at the State University of Oregon, which Is located at Eugene; Clarabel, senior in the Eugene high school; and Joseph, ]2, in the grades. Mrs. Clark, who has studied music extensively at recently installed here by Dr. D. Adams. Where advisable this •ichlne Is used for general anaes- elic during extraction ot teelh. octor Thompson is a former AI- na boy, the son of Mrs. Louise tiompson, who lived here many ars. Mrs. Thompson now lives ith her son, who is a single man. P. A. Danson, Algona, has again ;en pul in charge of recruiling In ossuth for the annual citizens' Hilary training camps. Up to yes- rday he had received four appli- ilions. The Iowa Iraining camp ill be held from July 30 lill Augst 28, and C. M. T. C. men will go ) Fort 'Des Moines. Quotas are 2lng rapidly filled, according to a Jglonal bulletin. Arkansas, with a uota of 1,000, already has more mn 2,700 applications on file, arid ore thaa 300 have been filed In Dwa. There were 20 from Kossuth t camp last year. X WANT ADS t OR RENT: FURNISHED APART- ment. Phone 99. , 6u 32 "OR RENT: SLEEPING ROOMM and garages. Call 498. VANTED — WASHINGS and iron ings. Phone 701-W. 300 E. Elm 9p32 HBPHERD PUPS FOR SALE Fred E. Meyer, Algona, Phone 1F15. flp32 IAVE TWO FINE LOTS IN TER- race Park, Okoboji, for sale or rade. Anyone interested write Lock 3ox 122, Algona. 15g31tf unuur v^iara. &. munger, Boston, anq also under Professor Wltherspoon, of the Chicago Musical college, has taught voice for the last six years il the Universily of Oregon. WESLEY LEGION POST I'LAJfS ACTIVITIES- WESLEY — Al a meeting of the Lgion Auxiliary last Thursday even- Ing, several community service acts were planned. The American Legion will furnish poppy seeds to be planted on the city hall property, a.nd two road signs for the protection of children, will be furnished for the vicinity of St. Joseph's school. SECOND SHEETS; the thin, yellow kind. Punched If desired. — Advance. . • iStt Potatoes Early Ohio, Irish Cobblers and Rural New Yorkers. If you want the best yielding seed buy from Ray McWhorter BURT, IOWA Different kinds at different prices. nt f'nlP«i-, ,,-„ "-"""" """ '<='«-"v«, Ml .. and Mrs. Bert M at Galesburg and New Windsor, 111. Mr . nnd Mra- Roy Roeder . Joyce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. day at Sioux Rapids with the gun . lOhio Seed Potatoes Bushel IB. 21 S LOOKS E A OD DAY— enjoying better at lower prices.' : man in the A & P out A&P Coffee ttcmber, "the coffet is the best, it costs". EIGHT O'CLOCK MILD AND MELLOW IB. RED CIRCLE ftlCH AND FULL-BODIED B O K A R EXQUISITELY AROMATIC AND FLAVORFUL [&P Food Stores "•r MIDOLI wirrcRN OIVHION — ">« Gie.t Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company Elmer .Tasperson, fractured her •ight arm when she fell while she viis running last week Wednesday. Jos. Schnben . has returned from ^incinnatti, where he spent the winner with .his .son Leo, who works in :ho Dalton adding machine factory. Mrs. C. E. Genrich, who is visit- ng her daughter, Mrs. Fred Hauck, Mvermore, was taken ill with intes- .inal flu Friday, but is now improv- ng. Dr. Larry Mosbach, Humboldt, and Florence Nelson attended a Phi Kappn. and Chi Phi annual spring, formal party at Ames Friday even- ng. Mrs. Maurice Cullen, of Oelwein, and her son Terry came yesterday to visit till Tomorrow at the home of the former's father, Anton Streit. Supt. L. E. Godfrey, of the Lone Rock schools, and his senior class were here yesterday forenoon, having pictures taken at the A. L. Peterson studio. Mr. and Mrs. George Holtzbauer drove to Des Moines Sunday to take the latter's daughter Loralne Tierney, back to her studies in a business college. Tyrell' Ingersoll, of the Cedar Rapids law firm of Wheeler, Elliott, ShutUeworth, & Ingersoll, spent 'the week-end with his parents, Mr.^and Mrs. C. L; Ingersoll. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks spent Monday and Tuesday at Carroll, attending the '52nd annual meeting of the Fort Dodge Presbyterial Society of Missions. ...Mesdames H. C. Barnes, W. P. W.heeler, Z. P. Carroll, and Siefkin, Complete Service is to render a service complete in ev- S Withift reach of all. Ji accept full responsibility fP r< tne entire ser-"- " - -• he family of so Laird & Reiraer all of Rolfe, spent Monday with Mrs. George Elbert. Mrs. Barnes is Mre. Elbert's mother. •Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Falkenhainer drove to Mason City Sunday to meet and bring home the former's father, Al Falkenhainer, who spent last w«ek at Topeka, Kans. In Sunday's heavy rain a foot or.so of water gathered in the excavation for the new filtering plant. Aside from stopping work temporarily, it did no damage. . Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters, Burt,, droye to Edgewood yesterday to attend funeral services for Mrs, A. J. Peters, Monrovia, Calif,, who was a sister-in-law of the doctor. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geigel, the Rev. J. L. Coleman, G. E. Van Dor- Eton, and Charles Magnusson spent Tuesday at Lakota, attending a Fort Dodge Presbyterial meeting. Mrs, C. B. Nasby will return to' her home at Ottumwa Sunday, .after two weeks with 'her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. James. Mr. Nasby will meet her at Des Moines. Mrs. Matt Lamuth, who has been sick with heart trouble during the last few months, is now able to sit 'up a half hour each day. Elizabeth Metille, Kanawha. has been caring for her. O. D. Schaap returned Friday from Sheldon, where he spent a week with his parents, recuperating from a recent operation. Clarence Phillips drove to Sheldon Friday, for him. Katharine Kain goes to Madison, Wis., tomorrow night to spend the week-end with friends. She was graduated from the University of Wisconsin last June, and is assistant local librarian. • W. M. McGuire, 69. Burke, S. D., underwent a minor operation at the Kossuth Hospital last week Wednesday. Mr. McGuire Is the father of M. T. and John McGuire, local road grading contractors. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver and the A. J. Hertigs spent Sunday at Ma- Charles Fishers, who formerly lived here. Mr. Fisher, who was employed at the Swift plant here, is now in a bakery at Sioux Rapids. Alice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rist, was a member of a cast which presented a University Theater play at Iowa City last week Wednesday and Thursday. She also has a part in a Studio Theater production to be presented soon. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Smith drove tft Fort Dodge yesterday to meet Mrs. John Laing, who came that far via train from Grand Island, Neb., where she had spent two weeks with a sister. Mrs. Smith is Mrs. liaing's daughter Gertrude. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sanders, Charles City, and their son "Jim" went home Saturday, after a visit since last week Wednesday with Mrs. Sanders' mother, Mrs. Lura Sanders, local librarian. Mr. Sanders is in the ice cream business. Mrs. E. J. Rawson went to Eagle Grove Monday to speak at a meeting of the Rotary club that evening on her trip to the Holy Land last summer. This afternoon she will speak at a meeting of the Cresco M. & D. club on the same subject. Ralph Menzel came up from Ames Saturday and spent Sunday with Mrs. Menzel and Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Weaver. • Mr. and Mrs. Menzel returned to Ames Monday. Mrs. Menzel, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Weaver, had spent two weeks with her arents, Mrs. J. j, Holtzbauer Entertained her bridge club Saturday nisrht at three tables,' Mesdames. W. T. Daughan, John DuUon, • and Joe; Kelly winning the >high scores. Guests of the club were: Mesdames R. W. Horigan, D. D. Paxson, G. D. Brundage, Dutton, and A. W. •Amun- sen. . • • . • • • Fred, Baker and his son-in-law, Fred G. Friese, both of Huron, S. D., spent Friday and Saturday here. Mr, Baker works in an elevator, Undi Mr. Friese Is a farmer, * Mr's. Noyelle Whalen; who died -last February, was Mr. Baker's mother, and she'was a sister of-Mrs. Jennie Van- derilnden. Henry Wheaton, formerly of the Hotel Wahkonsa barber shop at Fort Dodge, is a hew employe at the, Stehle or former Bremer shop, Henry Lavrenz, formerly of Whittemore, who joined the Bremer 1 force a year or so ago, is the other em- ploye, and the shop now operates three chairs. ' Mrs. F. B. V. Shore, Des Moines, and her sons Ambrose,, Philip, and Victor spent Sunday with the A. Hutchisons. Mrs. Hutchison and Mrs. Shore are sisters, and Mrs. Shore's husband, a Des Moines eye and ear specialist lately deceased, was once in the general medical Every Day Is Value Day At This Busy Store son City, where the Olivers visited Mrs, Oliver's iparents and the Her- tigs spent the day with their daughter, Mra. Wayman Closson. Mr- 8-nd Mrs - tfeelr son i«*. and Mr. and Mrs. Jryto prob, drove to New BaJSptPB gun- practice here. The Ralph Loss family has moved into the house on west Nebraska street vacated recently by the S. A. Worsters, Mr. Loss Is employed at the Neville shoe store. The Losses had been making their home with Mrs. Loss's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Norton, since they came here from the west. • Mr. and Mrs. Grant Hagg, Trent. S. D., and five children have spent several days this week with Mus. Hagg's parents, Mr. and Mrs, F. A. Bankson. They are. en route to Grundy Center, where they will make their n'ome. Mr. Hagg is in the employ of the Bryant Construction company, Waterloo. M. T. McGuire, the road grading contractor, recently bought six Model A Ford motor trucks from the Kent Motor s company. These will replace part of his mule equipment. The new tracks made a 'brave sh,ow.- Jng when tliey were lined up, and a Better Silk Hose Goeders' Special full-fashioned silk hose are finer knit, longer and more serviceable than service hose elsewhere. Ten new Spring shades— $1,00 picture was taken which Mr. Kent Is Msing In an advertiseme Page 1 ot the Second section. Linen Lunch Sets 50-in. square cloth of fine oyster linen, with napkins ' to match. Colored stripe borders, several colorings. $1.50 Set Fine Rayon Dancettes Double woven mesh, non-run will not perforate in washing, perfect fitting, double fabric Bandeau, plain or fancy— $1.00 Set Cannon Bath Towel* Full case shipment of these beautiful double loop towels, with colored border stripes, several colorings, 18x36— ...-j SPECIAL Reduced Prices on Coats and Dresses Coats Values to $34.50 $25.00 Values to $24.50 $16.00 Dresses Values to $24.50 $16.75 • 'Values to $16,00 $13.75 Curtains-Draperies Sunfast Cretonnes 36-ln., the new neutral grounds with Colonial or modernistic designs and colorings. A very unusual value In £unfast 'cretonnes,' 85c yard New French-Marquisette 46-ln. fine quality and hemmed edges wlth- out/selvage, new beige coloring. A'very satisfactory curtain material. 75c yard Xew Embroidered Curtains New type wool enibroidery in smart Assigns and striking colorings. Sets of two panels with wide valance to match. $3.45 Set Lace Curtains and Panels Are Now Leading in Popularity. A large selection of curtain panels in Spi" der Weaves, Fillet, Bungalow Nets, including fine sheer weaves, and others of heavier mesh. $1 up to $5.50 each New. Criss Cross Curtains Of fine marquisettes, beautiful embroidered designs and edgings of rayon silk in popular harmonizing shades—set $2.95 and $8.50 Finest Printed Silks Corticella's contempore pure silk prints in the newest designs and colorings. A large selection, 40-in. wide— $1.95 Patent Leather and smart new combinations with white or colored kid' 'are popular bags Just now. Also new imports in Italian hand embossed bags—• $3.25 White Fabric Gloves Van Raalte perfect-fitting leatherette suede fabric gloves in the smart new slip-on style; always wash white. Real values $1.00 Colonial Bed Spread* 80x105, the modern revival of beautiful old Colonial weaves brings dainty colorings and designs. Several combinations— $2J5 Fine Rayon Slip* In heavy flat crepe with built up shoulder or bod* Mr. and Mrs. L, J. Malueg,, Printed Pajamas Bright on perfect fitting one and two-piece printed pajamas, newest -patterRi, and styling, all siz

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