Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1931 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 4, 1931
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KOflfltTTH Cdtft?rt APVAMett. ALftONA. IOWA MMMMMMMMMM* BLOOM'S THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY MR. FARMER — Bring us your eggs, cash or trade. You can always depend on us to pay you right prices. : CANE SUGAR, 100 Ibs.' $4.98 j COFFEE. Peaberry, Ib. 17c : PORK AND BEANS, 3 cans 20c | MACARONI, 6 pkgs. 25c CHEESE, Ib 15c | TOMATOES, 3 cans 25c 5| MALT, 3 large cans - $1-00 -| CAKE FLOUR, large pkg 25c PEANUT BUTTER, Quart jar --- 28c DILL PICKLES, gallon 59c PINEAPPLES, 2 1-2 size Tl8c CERTO, bottle 25c BROOMS, 50c grade - -35c SOAP, Bob White, 10 bars _ _ 25c PEARS, No. 10 size can 49c MATCHES, 6 boxes 13c FRUIT-GEL, 5 pkgs 25c LEMONS, doz. 29c FOLGER'S COFFEE, Ib. 36c BANCROFT GIRL WED TO MASON GITYAN MONDAY Bancroft, June 2—A pretty wedding took place at 8:30 Monday morning at St. church when Rosalyn 'Lappe and Frederick Becker, of Mason City, were married by the Rev. Charles Ernst. The couple was attended by Leone Lappe. sister of the bride, nnd Ed Becker, of Los- Angeles brother of the bridegroom. The bride's gown was of green silk net of ankle length, and her trailing vei wns of silk tulle of a cap effect i which wns held in place with pink ! ten ruses. She carried a bouquet of cetved the cut prize. and Emery belterlftg will' be married next week.' : Roaslyn fca£|>e 'OHe« SWower—• A miscellaneous 'shower was given at Bradley's hall last Thursday evening for Rosalyn Lappe by the Mesdames Henry Lappe, Florence McGilllgan Frank Recker, Henry Menke, and Max Budding and Mlse Corrine Nemmers. Bridge was played at 14 tables and Helen Cogley won high score, .Mrs. L. J. Mousel, second, and Mary Sheridan received the cut prize. Connie Mnrrleil In Altronn— Nellie Olson and David Fritz, of Ledyard, were married last week Monday in Algona by the Rev. C. E Olsson. pastor of the Bancroft and Algona Lutheran churches. The bride Is a' daughter of the Olof Olsons. She graduated from the Ban croft high school and for seven years has been teaching. The cou pie will live on the old Fritz home ewls tfl *taln street. •• Dr. and Mrs. U W. Welp, Mrs. fe H. Brink and daughter Helen, of Waterloo, spent Saturday and Sun- ay with Mrs. J. H. Welp. firV Welp nd Mrs. Brink are children of Mrs. Velp, Mi*. Brink also visited the Barney Brinks. „.,,»,' Jane, Dorothy, and Bllzaheth Shilth, of Minneapolis, spent Satur- lay and Sunday with their gramj- mrents, the R. N. Bruers. Their ,1-other Harold, who attended the lUblic school here, returned to Mln- leapolls with them, Mr. and Mrs, N. J. Merrill, daughter Margaret, the Jos. Engessers and the I. F. Engessers left last Thursday for Vim, N. D., to visit the Matt Engessers. They will also go to the Black Hills before return- g next week. Mrs. Jos. Jenks Mrs. H. ,T. Guldo ind daughter Maxine took Mrs. ! calln lilies and pink ten roses. The . j bridesmaid wore a long gown of rchid chiffon and lace, with a large i nm , th Q£ Bancroft .(picture hat of orchid braid toj •I match, nnd she carried a bouquet of j Twenfr.One arc Graduated ! yellow snap-dragons. A breakfast ; for the bridal couple was given by i the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. A. H. \ i Foth, at her home immediately af- Graduntion exercises were held a the public school last Thursdaj evening. There were 12 in th j graduating class this year Tito ex | ter the ceremony. Mr. Becker isj el . ciset3 tor St. John's school wer i employed at the Decker plant in | he](1 Fr j (lay evening in the auditor j Mason City and they will live at 726 I lunl| ancl 19 were ln thls clasS( th I llth street, X. E., there. The bride | largest evel . gra( i ua ted from S [is the oldest daughter of Frank j j o | in ' s . j Lappe. She hns been employed as saleslady in the ready-to-wear partment at Kennedy Bros. de- Crowd at Memorial Day Services— A good-sized crowd attended the Memorial day following program at the Forester hall Saturday mornIng: harmonica selection, "America", by the Sth grade students at St. John's; Invocation by the Rev. C. E. Bryden; patriotic drill by the 5th and 6th grades of St. John's; | recitation, "Our Boys Who Fell in France," by Berdyne Hunt; song, "Dear Old Glory, Flag of Freedom," by the 6th grade students of the public school; orchestra selection by St. John's orchestra; recitation, "In Flanders Field," by Agnes Brattlund; Memorial address by A. M. DeVaul; orchestra selection by St. John's orchestra; and "The Star Spangled Banner," by the audience. Following this program the graves in St. John's and Greenwood cemeteries were decorated. Hoy for Leo Hpllmnns— The Leo Hellmans are parents o a boy born last week Monday, an the Elmer Kollasches have a bab girl born the same day. The Ko lasches have four girls now. M and Mrs. Maurice Bernhard have boy born last Thursday. They hav t«-o other children, both boys. Other Bancroft News. The P. F. McGulres, Lawrenc Bergman, Ben Farrows, of Lakota Gurney Farrows, of East Mollne 111., Charles Farrows, of Sank Cen ter, Minn., and T. R. Doocys spen Mrs. McGuire. Sauk Center is th town made famous by Sincla Sunday at West Bend. Ben Gurne and Charles Farrow are brothers o T TONKA V HONOR DEAI MEMORIAL TS ON )AY Holley to her home at Fort Dodge Thursday. Mrs. Holley had been visiting her sister, Mrs. Jenks, since the first of the week. Anton Mayer, Waterloo, came last Thursday on a combined business and pleasure trip. Mr. Mayer Is a partner In the firm of Mayer & Guide, implement dealers here. Adam Wllhelml returned home Thursday from Iowa City, where he has completed his first year at the university. He Is the oldest son of the Frank Wllhelmls. Leone Lappe came home Thursday from Dyersvllle, where she had been visiting the past several months. She Is a daughter of Frank Lappe. The Mike Lentsch family, of Fort Dodge, and the Henry Lentsch family, of Comfrey, Minn., visited the Mike Lentsches here Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. George Carmean, son Evans, and daughters Georgia and Mrs. Earl Elliott, of Rockford, left Friday to visit Mrs. Carmean's folks at Leon. A fine crowd attended the weekly dance at the Legion pavilion last week Wednesday night. "Cec" Hurst and 'his band are playing for the dance next week. Thos. Jacobson hns a new Bulck sedan purchased from Fairmont through a local garage. Tltonka, June 2—Memorial day program this year was in charge of the American Legion. The firing squad, color guard, Leglonalres, flower girls, ex-service men, buglers, officers, and many others drove to the Wesley cejnetery at 8 o'clock to decorate the grave of Leo Breen who was a World war veteran. The 5 then drove to the Myers cemetery at 8:30 to decorate the grave of Ubbe Dreesmnn, who \\'os a Clvl war veteran: thence to the German Reform cemetery at 0 o'clock to decorate the grave of Berend Amels burg, Civil war veteran; thence to the German township, cemetery to decorate the grave of Anton Pon nlng, Civil war veteran; and last to the" German Lutheran cemetery a 10 o'clock to decorate the. graves o August Schrader, Civil war veteran and William Huisman, World wa veteran. The parade was made ti] of the Boy Scouts, drum corps, th color guard, composed of Hownrc Franco, Boyd Pannkuk, George Hlg gins, and H. Rex Austin; the flrins squad, made up of W. H. Rlcklcffc sergeant-at-arms, William Peterson E'.mer Peterson, Miller Nelson, GU Bruns, Thomas Forburger, Alfre: Oesterrelcher. The commander i Elmer Peterson, chaplain, the Rev L. G. Gartner, buglers, Hnrve Schultz and Peter Ubben; civil wa veteran William P. Vlckermar Spanish-American war veteran, Job Woods, Lee O. AVolfe, and Ed Ca lies. A feature of the parade wa William P. Vickermnn, a Civil wa veteran who is 87 years old. His home Is in Colemo'yi, S. D., and he has come to spend the summer with his daughter, Mrs. Eric Peterson. Hetty «uilloii|? 12; Has Tarty— Betty Budlong celebrated her wen", birthday Prday^by inviting eVefal tit her 1 fifteftd* WjBfieiid the venlng.at cards.' Guests Included; uela. ZWeffel, May *felson r Leon Tel- on, Lols.floyken, Barbara Ball, \fatirlce Isebrafidt, Murlal ScHram. Mrs, Moyme Oeaterrelcher, Ruth Arthur Soykert, fidlth Mae Budlong, Lefoy Loats, and Jean The hostels received many hoff, and Tohn Kersey, Ne\v i6ro to attend the Monday. moved City, Mrs. SciMlrc* Hns Operation—' Dorothy aricfHelen Squires, Rowin, were visitors here ' Sunday, May 31. The Rev. Mr. Squires wns formerly a Tltonka pnstor, now s at Sownn, Mrs. .Squires underwent' a nlnor operation nt Sioux City last week. Auxiliary >tnkcs TostItnnncr— The Legion Auxiliary presented the local post o£ the American lie- pcion a banner made by the members of the Auxiliary. The Legion members carried the banner In parade Memorial clay. ; Condi to Move Here- Theodore A. Dunmneler, Grnet- tlnger, who will be the school coach here next year, has rented the John Spear house and expects to move here soon and spend the summer here.' Free Cooking: School Planned— The Aid is sponsoring a free Slsel- gas cooking school here next Tuesday. Other Tltonica News. The AValter H. Geraws, TJU Verne, Minn., spent the week-end at the Dr. R. C. Ball home. Mr. G.eraw "gave an interesting ;talk at Sunday school Sunday and told of his missionary work among the Indians In £he southern states, and also in South Carolina. Edith Budlong, who works in a bank at Hampton, spent the weekend at home. Hazel Budlong, who hns been teaching 'in Hampton, got home Saturday evening, and left Tuesday for Cedar Falls to attend summer school. John Swanson, Mrs. Marie Saat- _.. °r Iowa Tldmnn will intend —- °f the m,lvo,. s | t j" -• mans store<i Uioi,. t ":. V_ the summer. mnlt »f« bajf Hilda Pouol« oration for npp last Thursday reported doing Ing. The vllle drove They niRo vl . ""' ton. returning Suni,?* tt ,Kenneth U-irson -imi drove to ]>.« Ml||l)cs visit rein lives nnd to ], tor the snminor. drove ( The Lou Mntnc.s Saturday' , ln(1 continue to Aftm, to and friends. C. A. Mows. l.a];,, C i . the new Muperlntonrtonl iJ'* and will livo I,, ^ * \ house. Air. nnd Mrs. olio Thompson, sncnt u, ISmirm Holfni,hn mc ^ *•' The I, T,. Larsons' morning for nnrthcrn Minn, spend.a woo); fishing. Oscar IHanrhard left Chicago to visit Katclle returning Monday. Mr. and Mrs. V m] ], cl) Emmetsbiirg, ppent J. Denton's. left The Oeors McHutchln.s :nrs move! tt| last \veek. ; 1> cslfj-iui Gradiialev A\ r esley, .lime 2 - Dr Ugs J Mrs. H. J. Tiruloy nreat- attendins thp graduation ul son Elson fi-om the medical t They went Saturday In time „ tend baccalaurente services ml day and expected to lie clays. 2 * * Bloom's Store Bloom's Grocery Department will be open every Thursday liig'ht daring- liand concert season for the convenience of our customers. »•«<»««««»»»««»•»»»»+»««»»««««•»»«»»»»»»«+«»»»»»» Two New FORD SEDANS With Slanting Windshields And DeLuxe Appointments Now on Display Visitors Welcome School Teachers on Vacation— Marian Thurn, principal of the Bancroft high school, Mable Howe, I Emma Adolphson, and Anna Marie i Doose left Friday morning. Miss i Doose rode as far as Mason City, where she wil] be employed at the Dr. Kuhn residence this summer. Miss Doose came here from Germany a year ago, and attended high school here last year. The Misses Howe and Adolphson went to Cedar Falls to attend summer school. Miss Howe had been the long distance telephone operator at the lo- nl telephone office the past year ind a half. Miss Thurn returned to ler home at Manchester. She has n principal of the Bancroft high school the past two years and ban icceptecl the position for the coming .•ear. She will be married nex iveek to Lynus Putz, of Manchester ACHIEVEMENT DAY DRAWS 13 FROM LAKOTA expected. ^IIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIM Kent Motor Co. Phone 434 — Algona Klnsoys Xow In 3f. Carolina— , Harold Wilhelmi took his sistei Mrs. Earl Kinsey, and five. children to .Toliet, 111., Sunday. The Kinseys visited relatives there till Mondaj noon, when they left by train fo TVarrenton, N. C. Mr. Kinsey ha, been at AVarrenton since the first of the year, where he accepted an excellent position in a woolen mill there,' and Mrs. Kinsey and the children remained here so the children could finish the school year. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond AVilhelmi, of Des Moines, came Friday to see the Kinseys before they left. Mrs. Kinsey is a twin sister of Mr. AVil- helmi. >frs. Andrew lUvyer Is Dead— Mrs. Andrew Boyer died at her lome here last week Tuesday morn- ng after a brief illness, following a stroke Monday evening soon after supper. She was born March 10, 855, in Germany. She married John AVindel and six children were born to them. Her daughters Elizabeth and Mrs. AVilliam Klein preceded her in death. The surviving children are Mrs. Albert Hutchinson, of Lone Rock, Mrs. S. Mack, of Alinneapolis, Theodore AA'indel,' of Montana, and John AVindel Jr., of North Dakota. Nine years ago she narried Andrew Boyer. AY SID Amusement Park Clear Lake, Iowa PROGRAM NEXT SUNDAK, JUNE 7 PURCELL'S CIRCUS . . . Dogs, ponies, monkeys, clowns, and acrobats in a review of high class circus acts. A r enice, the wonder pony, eight clever trained canines. See Bobbie, little dog from Mexico, stand on his head. See Purcells in a thrilling wire-walking act. Indian club jugglers and they will juggle with knives, axes. Plate spinners. King Bozo, the man ape. Also Varsity band concerts afternoon and night. Fast ball game^ at 3 o'clock, Bayside Diamond. AT BAYSIDE—New whip, roller coaster, skating rink, little train, nwrry-go-round, penny arcade with 50 machines, fish pond, best Urtbirig beach on lake, bath house with new suits, boats, fishing-, concessions, free picnic grounds and tables, children's playgrounds. IfCS FOB AIL ALL FOB FUN Admission to grounds Policed parking grounds for Sunday, lOe. cars, 15c. Port Hodge "Visitor Honored— Mrs. Jos. Jenks and Mrs. A. H. ?uchs entertained at nine tables of bridge last week AVednesday afternoon honoring Mrs. Holley, of Fort Dodge, a sister of Mrs. Jenks. Seven irizes were given at the party. Mrs. H. J. Guide won high, Mrs. L. F. Kennedy second, and Mrs. Paul Lonergan, third. Mrs. Peter Berens received a prize for being the first guest to get four aces and Mi-si P Lonergan received one for having the first four jacks. Mrs. M. J. Dyei got the low prize and Mrs. Holley received a guest prize. Lakota, June 2—Thirteen women 'rom Lincoln township attended Achievement day at Burt last Thursday and report it an enjoyable and profitable day. Attending were Mesdames John AA'inter,. Lars Rei- sem, David Patterson, Henry Patterson, A. E. Buckels, A. Q. Smith, Gust Koppen, E. A. Clemens, J. H. AVarburton and Vera Sachs. Ledyard township also had a good attendance, and 17 p 5 people registered during the day. Ten townships had booths and eight bad demonstration teams. Townships having booths were -Portland, Swea, Grant, Ledyard, German, Lincoln, Lu A r erne, Harrison, Gi'eenwood, and Burt; those giving demonstrations, Portland, Swea, Grant, Ledyard, Lincoln, Lu A r erne, Greenwood, and 'Burt. Mrs. Mary Larson of the extension department was judge ancT reported five townships had perfect maps. Ledynrd's demonstration team composed of Mrs. J. E. Telcamp and Mrs., John Heetland, won first place :ind will represent the county at the state fair. Harrison's chief feature was chosen and will also go to the fair. Lu Verne's slogan was chosen, and the following posters received first place: lesson No. 1,1 Harrison; 2, Lu A'erne; 3, Grant; 4, Greenwood; 5, Portland, and Spirit, Portland. Other posters will also be taken to the fair. Famie Buchanan was present and gave an hour to a music project that may be included in next year's work. As A. L. Peterson, Algona Photographer, was in the hospital recovering from an operation, the regular Achievement day picture could not be taken, but County Agent Morrison took some camera pictures which are to be arranged to represent the group. \Vur Nurse Speaks Memorial Day— Memorial day exercises under the auspices of tlie local Legion were held at the Presbyterian church Saturday morning at _ ten o'clock with I. E. AVortman 'as chairman. Pastors Hold Special Meetings— The Rev. ^Ir. Johnson is holding .special meetings in a tent at Ledyard and reports good crowds attending. Special music is given every night. The Rev. Mr. Howe of Buffalo Center is the speaker. The Rev. Mr. Johnson filled his pulpit at 'Buffalo Center and Rake Sunday and the Rev. Mr. Howe preached here in the morning and at Ledyard in the evening. The Rev. Mr. Johnson delivered the Memorial day address at Ledyard Saturday. Farm Boy Wins School Honor— Raymond Paterson, son of the Henry Pattersons southeast of town, who graduated from the Buffalo Center high school last Thursday was awarded the medal given to the best all around student for 1 the four years. Raymond was captain of the football team last fall and the boys gave him a white gold Elgin watch. The program included music by the orchestra, America by the audience, solo, On Flanders Field, Jerry Ukena. The address was given by Mrs. D. Pirie-Beyea, an internationally known war nurse-lecturer. Mrs. Beyea Is at present a lecturer for the State .Board of Health. In 1930 she represented the state at the International congress of women at A r ienna. Phono Manager Transferred— Lulu Richards, manager of the local telephone office, received word last week that she will be transferred to Clarion. Mrs. Richards leaves here June S. She has been manager here for the past three years. At Clarion she will also have complete charge of operations. Mrs. Blanch Beckner, of Webster City, will take < charge here. She and her daughter Grace arrived last Tuesday. Margaret Miller, Mrs. Richard's sister, who is local operator, will remain here for the present. Will Visit Niagara Falls- Margaret Hanson came home Friday from New Sharon, where 'She teaches domestic science in the high school. Miss Hanson has accepted the same position for the coming year. She is the youngest daughter of the Charles P. Hansens. Miss Hanson and another New Sharon teacher from AVebster City left the first of the week for a. trip to Niagara Falls. They are driving through and expect to take their time and stop at interesting points along the way. READ THE ADVANCE WANT ADS Evelyn Coyne Given Shower— Marie and Marcella Coyne and Margaret Deitering gave a, shower for Evelyn Coyne at Henry Deitering's last week Tuesday evening Mrs. Maurice Bernhard won high score in "500" 'and Mrs. Harry Hilts got second. Monica Underkofler and Dorothy Miller won the prizes in cootie. Mrs. A. H. Deitering re- Acorn Club Hears Report A meeting of the Acorn club was held at the Seymour library Friday afternoon. The new president, Mrs. Celestine Smith," conducted the meeting. The program was; reading of the constitution, and bylaws, secretary; "The Almighty Dollar," dues; Mrs. Delia Smith, who attended the Federation meeting at Marshalltown gave a short report. New 1H31-32 programs were distributed and plans were made for a family picnic to be field on the I. E. AVortman lawn June 11. Many Visitors at Wurburtons— The J. H. AVarburtons were hosts Sunday to Mrs. Georgena Noble, the Gus Torines and the Jos. Faulk- ners, of Lakota; the Alrec Boeck- holts, Titonka; the A. E. Claytons, l&lgona; the Samuel AVarburtons, Harry AVarburton, and Millicent Eppelsheimer, Swea City; and Mr. and Mrs. AVilliam AVarburton, Omaha, Neb. "Bill 1 AVarburton, who is stationed at Omaha, came to Swea City Saturday bringing home Harry, who has been attending AVashburn college at Topeka, Kas. Other Lakota. Mrs. Frank Miller came home from the hospital at Iowa City last Thursday via train accompanied by a nurse. She is some stronger than when she went, but otherwise her condition is much the same, and she is confined to her bed with a nurse, Mrs. Hutchinson, of Swea City, caring for her. Mrs. E. R. AVorley and Donald went to JIason City last week Monday and spent the week with her parents, the M. H. Baileys. Mr. AVorley went down Saturday and they came home Sunday. Gertrude AVortman, who has been teaching the school two miles south of town, left Tuesday for Cedar Falls to attend ii2 weeks of summer school. Gertrude is the daughter of the AVill AVortmans. Charles Gutknecht, Bert Keinitz, J. E. Smith and George Grieso drove to the hospital at Iowa City last week AVednesday to visit Henry Gutknecht, who is expected home this week. The George AA'inters took their three grandsons home Sunday. Their parents are now living near Titonka. The boys have been with their grandparents for about three months. Mrs. John Smith entertained her brother, AV. E. Rickard and his wife, of Minneapolis, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Laura Furst, a niece at Des Moines, was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Estle attended the funeral of Mrs. Frank Jacobs in Grant township last Friday. Mrs. Jacobs was a former neighbor of the Estles. The P. L. and Nick Koppens were called to Algona last week Monday by the serious illness of a brother- in-law, Dave Stewart. The C. R. Smiths went to Dows Saturday. Mrs. Smith's father and mother are buried there. They re turned Sunday. The Harold Pierces spent Memor iai day with Mrs, Pierce's parents at Ellsworth. Harry Mussman attended a Ford dealers' convention at Des Moines last week. Mrs. Guy Beemer and Bobby spen last week visiting relatives at Ne vada. The Lawrence AVolcott family, o Mankato, were here Saturday. Legals Lincoln F. B. Discusses Lincoln township's Farm Bui-eau met at the Henry Hofbauers' Mrl- day evening. A good crowd attended. F v G. Torine, leader of the La- Jcota boys 4-H club, talked on club work; Mrs. Lars Reteem gave a. report of Achievement day at Burt, and an" interesting discussion of weeds and control was held. ,The next meeting will be the township picnic at Julius Jensen's, June 19. This is an annual event and with good weather s. large attendance is XAX To Gustav E. Poison and Presne: •Chapin— You are hereby notified that on the 30J.h day of January, 1928, th following described real estate, situ ated in the county-of Koesuth, an State of Iowa, AVest Half of Bloc: Seventeen (17), of AVesley, Iowa was sold by the Treasurer of sal county to E. J. Murtagh and dul assigned to Eugene Murtagh, who i now the lawful holder of the certlfi cate of purchase thereof. That rlgh of redemption will expire and a dee for said land be made unless demptlon from such sale be mad within ninety days from the com pleted service of this notice. Dated this 27th day of May, A. D 1931. 37-39 EUGENE MURTAGH. You can now END ECZEMA With Dr. Erjckaon's wonderful ne 1 remedy. Thousands have recovers the past few months and guarantee It.—K. D. James. "• I bought the store building just east of Goeders store and will have to raise $8,000.00 by June 20. I cannot beg, borrow, or steal $8,000.00, so will have a sale and clean out $8,000.00 worth of Shoes, Hosiery, Underwear, Shirts Overalls, Pants, Gloves, Play Suits Coveralls, Rain Coats or anything you 'want in our $19,500.00 stock of goods. Nothing reserved in this sale. Everything in the store will get the price-cutting , knife'and get it plenty. Prices will have, to be cut to the bone in order to raise that amount of money in 14 clays. I have to raise this money and raise it quickly so here goes for a rip-roaring price slashing sale. .We will start this sale Friday, June 5 | and it ends Saturday Night June 20 Profits will be forgotten during these 14 days. I do not care what we sell or how cheap we sell it just so we raise the money. It will pay you to anticipate your wants. It will pay you to come for miles to get your share of this nice new stock, of merchandise. It " 1U be a money-saving event for you and a money-raising event for me. You will find bargains such as you have not seen for the last fifteea years. The first hundred women that buys slippers at any price aoov« $2.65 will receive absolutely FREE!! a Pair of White Canvas Rubber Soled Sport Oxfords. The next hundred women that buy slippers will each receive a pair ° bedroom slippers FREE. There will be 200 presents for women that buy slippers during ^ sale. I win tell the world we are going to sell shoes and sell theniia l am not quoting any prices for prices OR paper do »ot niean a tfu* come and see for yourselves. You will find plenty bargains. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIUII

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