Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 30, 1931
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"W< /\£1L CAtL to «"*'• patrons ** mi » r tlfe WOIt * thld theatre. d set., C.II «t box Bt . «.Mrt of our 'cummer advteed he had not nment entertainment py.War^r I iinln City Llghti, and Norma >P "Hn Strangers ;^ay Kiss. g A REAL SERVICE! ill tint Th»««re. ; hi low* to i HI customers 'this service. Apr. »1, ,.Mt*y 1 «The Busy Body * Matinees, 1:30 and 3:30. tntom of the West" [TOM TYLER SERIAL .HAINESand DOROTHY JORDAN i «A Tailor Made M»n*» linea gets a job In a general E and preaches prosperity Just ! the corner to protect his IT'S BIG FUN ' r ind Monday, May 8 and 4 ^..ERICA'S SWEETHEART , MARY PICKFORD —With— REGINALD DENNY In «Kiki w if'Mary passes the dignified and es a Hoyden. . 3 ACTION ALL THE' WAY ind 3 o'clock matinees—lp-36c. Ight shows regular admission. and Wednesday, May 6-6 tie outstanding performance! GEO. A11LISS NOAH BEERY | TULLY MARSHALL i in "The Millionaire" (try and Marshall, Buck Arliss, | Dave Manners in an oil station ness. . m'll be happy if you bring the Tlmrsdny and ftlday,. May 7 and 8 ONCE IN A LIFETIME! - YOU GET THIS CHANCE. A show for adults and children. JACKIE COOPER JACKIE SEARL MITZIE GREEN —In— Hey, fellers Sookle has slipped me th'e wink. THE OLD GROW YOUNG Percy Crosby's lovable scamp by the producers of Tom Sawyer. • Happy boyhood days are yours again! Saturday, April 9—Clara Bow, Frederic March, In "True to the Navy." Of HERS Vhy not give Mother a box of 'chocolates or one of OUR SPECIAL ASSORTMENTS? 1 one appreciates these little thoughtful things you n QO more than MOTHER, who has done so much ; oryou. 1 have special Mother's Day boxes filled with the most delightful sweets., from 50c to $5.00. • MOTHER'S DAY, SUNDAY, MAY 10 SHOP AT THE ALGONQUIN FOR MOTHER'S DAY SWEETS ,. 1ri ' J. F. BEHLMEU ' ; " '- ; ••'•• |°1E. STATE ST. •>• -••••• ALGONA, IOWA ROSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA Attention A HOG WORMER AND GENERAL TONIC ^f/»r only— $2 per hundred We are licensed manufacturers of the BRAND OF HOG WOBMER AND TONIC • guaranteed product. If it fails to do the cheerfully refun4 your money. L slea p^ ade rstand that we manufacture this our- l » at our office and look it over and see *B made of, Lumber Co. Algona, Iowa WESLEY PLANS FREE MOVIES AND CONCERTS Wtaley, Apr. 28 — The Legion post and Wesley business men held smother joint meeting last week TuoHdny. It wns deckled to begin a 15-woeks' series O C free entertainment for Wednesday evenings, beginning; this week, when Wesley v-toi-OH will open. A free movie will be given this week Wednondny evening, and a free band concert on th e vacant lot west of the Looft furniture store, next week Wednes- flay evening, May 6. Movies and band concerts will alternate, except on evenings when weather will not permit thn concerts, at which times movies will take their place. Busl- ness men and Legion boys are contributing cash thus to "boost" Wesley and her Interests. The Legion Auxiliary moots at the Legion rooms this week Thursday evening. Rriftil Couple Visits Here—" ., Ejolnd Klllsholm, brother of our local buttermaker,. yiggo Klilsholm, visited his brother here from -last Thursday to Monday morning. lie was accompanied by his bride, to whom he was married at St. Louis 13 days ago. The couple were on their wedding journey, and their ultimate''destination was Bradentos, Florida, where Mr. Klilsholm is a cabinet-maker. Bradentos is about •10 mil*s from Tampa. Mr. kill- sholm's personal resemblance to 'his brother Vlggo was marked. This was his first visit here. Carl Hansen Birthday Observed- Children and relatives surprised Carl Hansen at his home Sunday, in observance of his birthday. The guests brought various Items to be contributed to the birthday dinner. Families present were those of Hans Hansen, Raymond Hansen, Howard Hansen, Kanawha, Gordon C. Gld- dings, Lawrence Hansen, Mrs. Nela Hansen, and the Rev. C. H. Moore. The Fred plekman family joined the group in the afternoon, making a party of 27. Loofts Lose a Baby. Son- Charles Wayne., infant son of Mr., and Mrs. Fred Looft,' died at 1:10 P. m., Monday, after an illness of about 20 minutes, with valvular heart trouble. The babe was. born January 18, and was thus three months and 11 days old. Besides his parents, he is survived by one brother, Allen, eleven. Funeral services will be held at the home this week Wednesday afternoon. May Breakfast Tomorrow Morning The Methodist Aid will serve a May breakfast In the church basement Friday morning, May |1. The menu, to be served on the European Plan, Is: oranges, rhubarb sauce; buckwheat cakes; butter, syrup, honey; bacon and eggs; toast; doug-h- nuts and coffee. New Warehouse Contract Let The Fanners Elevator company has let the contract for a new warehouse, 26x00, to T. E. Iverson, Minneapolis. The building will contain two floors and a lift, nnd will be of frame construction, Iron clad. There will be a loading platform on the south side. Butts and her father, Mr. Ehlers, spent the week-end at Plymouth. Mrs. John Hutchlnson entertained the Deal 'R m bridge club last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Kunz won high score. Devotion In honor of the Blessed Virgin will be held at St. Joseph church at eight o'clock every even- Ing during May. The seniors have begun work on their c'ass play, "Patty Makes Tilings Hum." oorge and Joe Welg are re- shlngllng the Anthony Johnson residence. •Mrs. Ed Coaler ,who 'has been Kcrlously sick, Is reported 1m-- proved. Club Studios Current Events— Mrs. Leo Bleich entertained the Study club last Thursday afternoon. The subject was Current Events. Mrs. Amesbury was leader, and gave a talk on "American Leaders of Today." A pot-luck lunch was served. Studer Graders Begin Season— Nathan Studer has received a card from his son Ed, Excelsior, Minn,, saying that Ed Is about to move his grading- outfit to the vicinity of Dickinson, N. D'., where he has 185,000 yards of work. Bauer Garage is Remodeled— R. C. 'Bauer, implement man, has completed rebuilding his garage. It is of hollow brick, and has been remade into a double garage. Travels for Wallaces' Fanner— Charles Murphy is now a representative of Wallaces' Farmer, with Pocahontas county as his territory-. Other Wesley News. The Ed Hlidmans 'were at Jewell Sunday, visiting Mrs. Hildman's uncle, T. F. Baldus. In the afternoon they drove to Gilbert to see her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wirth. Mr. and Mrs. Peter -Klrsch- baum, Ayrshire, and their children, visited Sunday with Mrs. Kirschbaum's mother, Mrs. Katherine Hildman. Sunday evening Anna Hildman went tov Whittemore to canvass for a weelj. The,'Arise! Ash'-family, 'Bluffton, visited' Wesley relatives a few days last week. Mejjibe)'s;"had been at Humboldt, visiting. , th,e,j \ family of Mr. Ash's cousin-! by; fle(ftrr}age, Mrs. Belle Holler,, wb.~p,.\y.as also "a sister of the late •W'esfeyv'^ipttn/^! x The M«thodtst- ; -Ai<Jj folds';; its postponed meeting: at MS?V Carl Hansen's this ; week •w£driesd4'y. Afternoon Bad ( 'roads>-prey^nted '• meeting last weeki ClvoU': praJctlefi %wij;l be held with Mrs, 1 &vrl .Frag^ijg.phis week Thursday evening.' .'''^'V..; •' Mildred Benton, local girl who .teaches . at • Emmetsburg, .accompan? led .by/.several teachers from 'Em- metsibu.rg; and Bi:ltt,' attended the Prake 'relays 'at 'De's Moines, over the week-end. •' ?. ? ; Mrs. liigra'Nelson, Buffalo, N. T., Is 'yislting -her cousin, ,Olaf Funne- mqrk. -She is a sister of Charles Halvorson, husband of Mrs. Funnemark's sister, formerly Minnie Nelson. Mrs. Ben Hopkins made $. "flying" business trip to Chicago, last week Sunday to Tuesday. She. vis ited Mrs. Smith, wife of Doctor John Smith, a few hours. The Vee Mullins visited at JSm- metsburg Sunday, with the family of Vee's 1 cousin, Gordon Carpenter, They were accompanied by the R. J.' Hanson family. The John Ormsby family visited at Mason City from last week Wedi nesday to Thursday, with the fam ily of Mr. Ormsby's sister, Mrs; John O'Hearn. Otto Qstercamp, Garner, nephe^v of Herman Qstercamp, with his ^vlte and flve-mo»th daughter, spen^ Sun day near Wesley with tbe of hia uncle. * Mr. and Mrs. J. W. FJnd&r», Moines. came Saturday.* and visl> ed hw fiteter, Mrs. I&e.we*, 411J Sr- ftay BttpraloV, w&en fr»y weidt to-. NEWLYWEDS AT FENTONTOUR TO COLOR ADO Fenton,' Apr.""'2&,— Last weelc Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock Lornetta Hainzlnger and William H. Ifcettcher Wer6 married ,'. at St. John's Lutheran church here, the Rev. R. W. Kafoellts!, pastor, officiating. They were attended by Arnold Hainzlnger, brother of the bride, and Lillian Schallin, niece of the bride. The bride's drees was light green silk crepe, and she wore a veil held In place with a rhlnestone band. Her arm bouquet consisted of roses and sweet peas. The bridesmaid wore'a figured chiffon dress and carried carnations. A large number of relatives and friends attended the event, after which a reception took-place and a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin. Mr. and Mrs. Boettcher left last Thursday for a wedding trip to Colorado Springs, where they will spend a month with relatives. , They will reside, on the home farm with, the bridegroom's parents, four miles southwest of Fenton. The bride Is the only daughter of George - Hainzlnger, of Olaska, and for, the last four years she had cterked for the Fenton Mercantile company. The bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mre. August Boettcher. . Senior play Noxt Week— The seniors will present their class play, Who Wouldn't Be. Crazy? at the opera house Wednesday ' night, May 8. Taking part in order of appearance will be, Wilfred Radig, Jftarjorle ' Bailey, Lawrence Glaus, Alice Hantelmann, Lorena Dreyer, Shelby Weisbrod, Eugene Huskamp, August Krause, Maxine Weisbrod, Loren Espe, Marie Miller, Margaret Stephenson, Leona Borchardt, Evelyn Wlnslow, Veneta Voight, Carl Voight, and Warren Randall. The action is supposed to take place in a sanitarium. Wesley Foundation Funds Asked— The Rev. J. T. Snyder, assisted by six ministers of the Methodist sub- district, solicited funds for the Wesley Foundation last Thursday. The Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Winterstein, Esthervllle, were dinner guests at the A. H. Meyers home. Mrs. Volght's Birthday Observed— A number of neighbors and other friends surprised Mrs. Carrie Voight in honor of a birthday last week Tuesday afternoon. The time was spent at conversation and sewing, and a two-course lunch was served. Howard Gohr In Bad Health- Walter Wegener and Albewt Bleckwenn spent last week Monday at Mason City, where they visited Howard Gohr, who has been in poor health of late and Is staying with a sister, Mrs. Martha Higley. See a Japanese Nine Play— Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod drove to Decorah Saturday to visit Stanley 'Munch and attend a baseball game between a Hosel university team from Japan and a Luther college team. Surprise Honors Walter Jentz— A birthday surprise party '„, was given in honor of Walter Jentz at his home Sunday evening, and 500 was played at seven tables. The high score was won by Mrs, Arthur Mueller. .."'"' » Faculty Dinner Party Given— •• Martha Gilbert and Lily -Rasmussen were hostesses to the-rest of the school faculty at 7 o'clock dinner .at the schoolhouse last week -Tuesday evening. After dinner' Bunco was played. - • •*.:, Lutheran T, P. Stage Play-r* "'./.',„' A play, Such a Girl, presented by the local Lutheran young- people at the opera house last week Wednesday evening, brought out a 'large audience, and $65 was realized. Maurice Weisbrod Observes Birthday ^ Maurice Weisbrod celebrated " his 6th birthday Friday after school by entertaining his schoolmates of the primary room and his teacher, Miss Mao • /wlofol Undergoes Operation— Mae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Zwlefel, was operated on for maetoldltis at the Kossuth hospital Thursday evenlng^a'nd is recovering^ Bruce Graham Is 10; Party— Bruce Graham entertained ten boys last week Monday evening in honor of his tenth birthday. Other Fenton News, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolfe entertained the latter's parents, Mr. an<3 Mrs. T. N. McFall, and the Frany McFalls at dinner Sunday. The Wilbert Huldorfs .were supper guests, and the O. G. Schmidts, Buffalo Center, were afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. William Elmers and Mr. and Mrs.'August Meyers spent Sunday-at tine Rev. Max Freldrlqh's at Humbojdt. Mr. Freidrioh is a former pastor of the FalrvUle and Fenton Lutheran charges. Supt. Beikeri arid his family drove to. Badojlife Saturday to visit with •Mrs. Eelken/s parents, $fr, and Mrs. ,A, C. Johnson, till Sunday eyeniijg. ' " , i Mr. ! and Mrs. W^ber Tager accompanied, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Yager, Al- gpna, to I.nvyood Saturday-' to visit the C. O. Baileys till Monday. e "l^eyel,' Belroond teacher, tb,e w.eek-en!<J with her par- WOMAN'S CLUB, BURT,ELECTS NEW OFFICERS Burt, Apr. 28—The Woman's club mot Monday evening at Mrs. F. L. Ryerson's; Mrs. J. B. Clifton, assisting hostess. The program consisted of: roll call, favorite quotations; original poem, Mrs. Ryerson; A Contemporary Poet, Helen Johnstone; A Contemporary Humorist, Mrs. Donald Weir; Recent Plays in Review, Mrs. K. J. Smith; roundtable —Are We Really Like That? Mrs. Q. J. F. Vogel. Officers were recently elected: Mrs. Vogel, president; Mrs. Ryorson, vice president; Mrs. J. W. Dorrance, secretary; Mrs. P. L. Dremmel, treasurer. Wesley Foundation Pi-Ire Here— The Rev. L. G. Gartner, Tltonka, the Rev. C. H. Moore, Wesley, the Rev. A. H. Wood, Good Hope, the Rev. C. V. Hulse, Algona, and the Rev. H. A.'Reymart, Lu Verne, were here last week Wednesday,-conduct- Ing a drive for the Wesley Foundation work at the state schools. They were,'ainner guests at the Rev. .T. E, Clifton's. Last Thursday and Friday the Rev. Mr. Clifton was at Wesley and Tltonka, helping with similar drives. Presbyterian Chnrch Receives Four Sunday was communion Sunday at the Presbyterian church. Five were baptized, and four were taken into the church. Next Sunday will be Cradle Roll Sunday. There will be a short program and a special eermon by Pastor Aten. There will also be a baptismal service. Charles Andersons Have Son— Mrs. Ida Anderson recently re- qelved word of the birth of a eon to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson, Lltchfield, Minn., April 15. Mrs. Charles Anderson Is Mrs. Ida Anderson's daughter. Epworth 7/eagne Will Entertain— The Methodist Epworth League will entertain the Young People's societies of the Presbyterian and Lutheran churches at a party at the church this week Friday evening. Mrs. Perry Stow In Hospital— The J. P. Stows received word Monday of the serious illness of their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Perry Stow, In a hospital at Newton. Other Burt. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Ames, Redfield, S. D., arrived last week Monday and visited till the end of the week at W. H. Schwletert's. They were en route to visit other relatives at Bellevue, Mich. Mr. Ames and Mrs. Schwietert are brother and sister. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters went to Oelwein last week Wednesday to meet Doctor Peters' brother Andrew, who was on his way from California to Bdgewood with the body of his wife. Clara Schwietert, Ruth Webb, Mary Ellen Helzel, and Miss Hunt, Dolliver teachers, spent the weekend at W. H. Schwletert's. Clara will teach at Dolliver again next year. The Presbyterian Mite society will meet this week Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. H. A. Thompson's; Mrs. S. H. Aten and Mrs.' W. A. Stoutenberg, assisting hostesses. E. O. Chipman and his daughter Vera were business visitors at Mason City Saturday, and visited Howard Chipman, student at the Hamilton business college. Mrs. M. I. Allen, and her daughter, Mrs. Peter Pazour, of Belmond, visited at the W. H. Schwietert and G. C. Allen homes from last Thursday to Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith were hosts at a health supper given by O. G. Stow, representative of the Aluminum Cooking Utensil company, Friday evening. Mrs. F. L. Rubey, a daughter, and a sister came up from Ames Saturday to visit till Sunday afternoon with Mr, Rubey, of the new bank. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Anderson, Allerton,-visited Friday at E. M. Toothmans. Mr. Anderson is Mrs. Toothman's brother. ' Mrs; D. F. Slaughter and daughter Wilma spent the week-end with the former's mother, Mrs. P. G. Peterson, West Bend. ' Merwyn Graham, working for the Skeigas company, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay D: Graham. 'Sirs, C. E.'McDonald, Sioux City, spent last' week at, O. ,P. McDon- ald's',' and her'husband came for the week-end. : • Mr.; and Mrs.- C. B. Chipman and Mr. and' Mrs. J. G; Sewiok visited at the 1 Rev.' Ge'o.' ' Egglestqn's, Brltt, SiiniJay,. , Supt, ! and Mrs. Donald Weir went to-'Cedar Falls Friday, also visited a friend ''at ''Waterloo, returning Saturday. '•''•••' ' • v '•• • .-' The Ranrtey Putze/j^" will move this -week into 'a . house recently built for'them on the Herman Putz farm. •' ••;<>.. BankeV and .-Mrs, J. T. Heany spent the week-end with 1 Mr. Tieany's .parents at Kiester, Minn,, : , .. ' ' '••''. . • '. . The Rev. S. H. 'Aten attended a meeting of the Fort Dodge Presbytery at Lakota last week. Tuesday. Esther Toebberv* left 'Friday Chicago, after two weeks '-with her mother, Mrs. Anna Toebben. The Rev. J. E. Clifton went to Llvermore Monday to help In a drive for the Wesley Foundation, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dorrance visited friends at their old home at Fairmont Saturday. The HirLo Bridge-club will meet with Mrs. C.- F. Whalen this week Wednesday evening. . The Fortnightly club met last week Wednesday at' Mrs. J. B, Thoreson's. The Legion Auxiliary held a bake sale at the cream station Saturday, OFFICERS PICKED THURSDAY BY THE UNION IUD, CLUB Union Twp., Apr. 28— A majority of members and eight guests attended a Mothers and Daughters club meeting last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Julia Taylor, hostess, who was assisted by her mother, Mra. Mary De Graw. Officers were elected: president, Mrs. Winifred Jergenson; first vice president, Mrs. Helen Vogel; second vice president, Mrs. Luella Schenck; third vice president, Mrs. Carrie Bourne; secretary, Mrs. Katherlne Leason; treasurer, Mrs. Ethel Smith; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Minnie Sarchett. A talk on parliamentary drill was given by Mrs; Mary Sarchett, after which the hostesses served a tray lunch. The annual Mothers' day tea will feature the next meet- Ing, when Mesdamea Ada Hoflus and Norma Bailey will entertain at the former's home. Every 'club member may take a mother, a custom" which has been observed for several years. Mesdames Cora ,Reld, Julia Taylor, Mary r>e< Graw,- and Laura Hohensteln are the committee In charge of the program, and the hostesses will serve refreshments, CMmgo Visitors A Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Faulkner, of Chicago, came Sunday to John Mahoney's, where Mrs. Faulkner's mother, Mrs. Dora Ferrigan, Sexton, Is a gueet. Monday Mrs. Faulkner visited an H. S. classmate, Mrs. Claude Seeley, Plum Creek, and Tuesday the Faulkners and Mrs. Ferrigan went to the Carl Paetz home near Sexton. Mrs. Faulkner was Margaret Ferrigan before her marriage, and she taught a rural school in Plum Creek a few years. Mesdames Mahoney and Dora Ferrigan are sisters-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Faulkner will return to Chicago Saturday. Other Union News. Mr. and Mrs. John Mahoney attended the funeral of the late Mrs. Christian Nelson at Sexton Saturday. TITOtfKA WOMAN SPEAKS AT HUMBOtDT MEETING— TITONKA _ The Mesdames Pierre Sartor, Fred Adamson, Rasmus Hansen, and W. J. Denton attended a meeting of the Humboldt rounty Legion Auxiliary at Bode Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Denton, who is Tenth District Publicity Chairman, was a speaker on the afternoon's program. WHIN IT RAINS. If By Expert Workmen... With Expert Equipment And that, of course, means a quality job from whatever angle you look at it. With our ability to handle your car expertly you'll be agreeably surprised to , learn how cheaply a good job can be done within a reasonable time. We Shall Be Pleased to Give You Estimates. THREE USED CAR SPECIALS FORD SEDAN 1930 CHEVROLET COUPE 1929 CHEVROLET SEDAN FORD TUDOR DODGE SEDAN BUICK COUPE KOHLHAAS BROS. Phone 200 READ THE ADVANCE WANT ADS * * *• ^ffvt c-'"'" • ' "'•'"• - >. LOANS On -4U Forms Security, Special loa,n plan for purchasing milch cows. See or write C, £, 14 B4*8 P.bone jft, flrft 4oor ijortb of low* Department Stores Outstanding Values THE May Sales Interesting news for the wise shopper. This event provides many bargain treats Come and see for yourself. CRASH TOWELING Part linen toweling for every day use. Come in brown only. FAST COLORED PRINTS — New floral effects, rich in color, printed clearly on sturdiest of fabrics. CHILDREN'S HALF SOX ._ Excellent quality — in color combinations to suit every little miss, fancy tops. BROWN SHEETINGS— Heavy weight sheetings at extra savings, 9-4 width. 79c VAL'UES! i Men's collar attached DRESS SHIRTS Regular $1.00, now PANEL CURTAINS- Select your lace panels from these outstanding new designs just received. Excellent Quality MUSLINS 1 UC A Graham feature value in both brown and bleached muslins. WOMEN'S JlO-fc UNION SUITS -4«JC They're perfect fitting garments—three styles to choose from — sizes 36 to 44. BOYS' WASH SUITS _ Middy and Oliver Twist styles, fast colored materials, new color combinations. VARIES! SILK STOCKINGS are feature this week in many shades at PALMETTO CLOTH-— ^__ Plain colors. A noncling cloth with fine smooth finish for princess slips, bloomers, and fancy pillows. QUALITY SATEENS— Excellent fabric. Considering the quality fabric in these sateens, they cannot be beat ai this low price. Black and colors. FANCY • 'CRETONNES— Featured especially foy the new spring smocks, The patterns and color combinations are different. Standard Quality RAYON SILK BLOOMEBS___ J _ _ Panties and step-ins in quality fabrics featured at new low prices. GIRLS'WASH CaW FROCKS_______ Ow C Many styles to choose from, print fabrics in panty and straight line, 2 to 6 years. BLEACHED 44* OUTING-__-___ I UC A soft fleece outing that can be used for all purposes. CHILDREN^ 4 A UNION SUITS 49C For boys and girls, nainsook checked unions. Straight or bloomer knee, 2 to 12. PLAIN COLOR PRINT CLOTHS Excellent quality colors, all shades. Fancy checks, any plain fabrics., sturdy quality for boys' blouses, boys' a-nd njen'g shirts, VALUES! COOKIE JARS Imported decorated cookie jars offered at the low price of 57c DINNER. £4 A gi WARJ3 SETS $3.49 32 Pieces. Make your selection from these fancy decorated patterns. CLAMP SEAL COOKERS,. Cpoks Jfood for entire meal in own juice. No water needed. WINDOW f-a^ SHADES 09C Tan and green. Six ?oot< best quality opaque. Painted, on heavy muslin automatic spring rollers^ . Green Trimmed *fA A ENAME.LWARE. I %f C Water pajjs, ba ? an s, 6 quajrt kettles, 6 qu.a,rt pans. VALUES! MIXING BOWL SETS 5 - piece imported bowl sets. Spec., »et 69c DRESSES— In the popular ba$que and straight line effects. Sizes for girls 7 to M years. ' > ••• RUFFLED • . CURTAINS _:__ The tains is the Wnations ^ tl»e, ity fabrics used,, BED SHEETS FUL* SIZE ,Bleached Sheets

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