Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 13, 1931
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OR BOOSTERS KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA PAOETHROT AU« 11—the'Odd Fel- A met here this week •am follows: ad- Harvey Shultz; Stubbs; song, Dorothy Ro86 J ^ i Means to Us, Paul an reaW, Clara R«cke- ,' t, G. Polle; sonp, Clara ,,.'. i'nrralne Edwards, Dor- E&SK.SSW: , Grand Master; reading, 81 r aon; business tneet- of A. M, Peterson, J president. About 200 : Iriyl- liferesent out, ';;,,,.. ,. in A. Tost, '88, Dles-^ Mary Ann Yost, 83, who has "or several years, at the hor daughter, Mrs. .A. . passed away Sunday morn- L Yost was born .in Penn- Vbut lived at/Oak Park • many yeara. She raised ,n but one died a: number Jo Mrs. Yost is survived in dchlldren and 27 6<-eat- The/Rev, Q. noon. They brought George Miller, Mrs. Adamson's father, here to visit. Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Adamson are Bisters. Mr, and Mrs. Delbert Yount, De Kalb, III,, and daughter Gertrude Visited the Oscar Millers from last week Tuesday to Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Yount is Mrs. Miller's sister. Paul Sekars, I-iuther Disney, and Carl Callles drove to Sabln, Minn., last week Tuesday to work for two weeks. They then expect to drive to North Dakota to find more work. Delma and Beryl Bantu, nccorn- anled by the .Tack Pickles, of Canda, started last Thursday to drive o Oregon, where they will visit rel- tlves and friends. Mercedes Antoinette Sartor, a urso In Chicago, came home last iunday to spend a month with her iarents, the Dr. Pierre Sartors and ther relatives. The Earl and Herman Blackleys tarted last week Tuesday for Tennessee, where they will visit friends nd relatives. Mr. and Mrs. At Meyers were business callers In Charles City two days of last week. Violet Meier, Waterloo, spent the week-end with her parents. and sister, Mrs. P. J. Weislirod, last I He AVarner and T3vn Whitney, Hurt, week, and her family camp for nor nn(1 c -- Tj - Dltttnsr and the Rev. and Sunday. , ' Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Wolfe, of Klemme, and Mrs. Calvin Householder, Lone Hock, and hpr children were Sunday dinner guests at W. II. Wolfe's. . Mr. nnd Mrs. Tester Zwlefol, Dny- on, Ohio, visited the former's par- ints! last week. Tjester works for .he National cash register company. killdren. , ... .. Rowan, formerly. .',of Ti- ROWun, j.u» "..V.. ..j. _, -—. •conducted services .at the A home, and the body ..was llten to Oak park, Minn, Mrs Kienk, .Mrs.' Charles, Ama August Schranv.are lie Lighters, living. In', this. vlcln Mrs. A!l<>.n Wond, of Cloo.l Hope, comprised" a group which attended services at the Bible conference at the Okobojls Sunday. The addresses of the morning and afternoon by .the Uev. Fred Fisher, former missionary bishop of the Methodist church In India, now pastor of University church, Ann Arbor, Mich., were Inspiring In nn unusual de- Kvee. That of the afternoon- on Newel drove ' here from j "Mahatina ahandi" personal friend fartley lust Thursday* rilght to get i of the speaker, was a word picture ils family, who had spent several | r.f the noted Indian not to be found lays with relatives hern. Theodore Krueger and his son tarold visited the former's slater, Airs. Charles Schulb-., at Forest City, "rom Friday till Sunday. I in the ordinary literature of the Not an jiwetlc or fanatic, but a 90 lb. (lyKpeptic Is Ohandi, living on guilt's milk and vegetables for health's sake and because of un- Druggist and Mrs. F. II. Hlglnr willingness to evade the poverty antl ind their "daughter Mary ,lane" vis-I fil ™ p , Ic J Iv ^ s p f a llirgc i. pe rp? n , t *5® iled Sunday at the Harvey De draw home at Spirit Lake. Shelby and Ira Weisbrod sp^nt .several days at Burt Imst week, painting and redecorating the Jackson property. Phyllis and Florice Gibbons vls- . „„.,. Achieveinent Day— |i.H County. Achievement -Da lid at the Bancroft school las jjjrodnes'day.'- All the .garment this year by.the' clubs were a nrt each club gave a. 20 demonstration. After .din- stylo show was held, follow| m oie demonstrations. After Jiiiristratlons the county 4-H li'hnmpion, Frances Kuckyn- ' i Harrison township, was in, u by the H. D, A. Dorothy nsen, S\vea, won second place • health contest. The winning Itration team was Alice land Mary Gisch from Algona, Iris who won the style show jlelen Hagge, Fern Kent, and ly Chrlstensen. lAVallaces' Farmer Tour- land Mrs. Bernard Phelps are j on Wallaces' Farmer tour, take a special; train for .atlon tour of the Pacific test. They will see . Glaciei park, Mount Rainier, the ,, river highway, the bigges^ P plant in the world at Long- 'ash., and then will take lr from Seattle to Vancouver j Jasper national park, Can Shis trip includes about 6,00' If scenic travel. They startec Pes Molnes Monday and w'il f August 23. . • . . Eto Stnte "Aux" Meet— . I Sadie Denton, Mrs. Ada Juh Lake, Tenth district off 1 Ind Mrs. Ida E. Larson, o [City, department public! t ian, left Sunday morning fo ptown to attend the stat Auxiliary convention. Th fnlt hns prepared a histor ap hook, community servic jilque publicity charts, as we ipy posters, to enter at th itlon. This unit has answere ^department, district, count- leal demand during tbe pas ONE-ACT PLAY IS GIVEN BY FENTON CLASS Fenton, Aug. 111.—The Woman's Foreign Missionary society met last Thursday at the Methodist church. Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod was leader of devotionals. Mrs. . U. C. Goetsch gave 'a reading, He. That Kccpeth Thpe, and'a paper was read by Mrs. W." J. Woisbrod on An 1-8-Day Ex- :msion Diet. A vocal duet was jng by Mrs. W. R. Wolfe and rlrs. Kenneth Stephenson, and a ne-act play was given by the Stan- ai\l Uearcvs, entitled The Busy Vomen's Club. . Piano music was iippllerl by Margaret Stephenson. 'lans \vfro laid fo.' a banciuct in onor of the Mystery Mothers i'td ited from Saturday till Monday evening at Mary Beth Coffin's at Burt. Lulu Birmingham, Green Bay, WIs., came last week Tuesday to visit her sister, Mrs. O. J. Stephenson. The John Kramers spent Sunday of his paoplo, he sways the thinking and loyalty of 300,000,000 followers and his readiness to die for them is a dramatic tiling which moves the most hardened worldling. VISITORS HONORED AT AMAN PICNIC AT CALL STATE PARK St. Benedict, Aug. m, — A picnic dinner took place at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday. Attending were the William Amans and the Charles Gllbrldes, Algona; the Jos. Amans nnd Mr. atul^Mrs. Isadore Meyer, St. Benedict; Philip Anian, Sexton; Mrs. Kate Kennedy; the Ijeo Hanlgs, Mr. and Mrs. Louis t'.oetz, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brd- mann, Wesley; Mrs. John Carlson, daughter Mablo, son Clarence, ,and Frank Caspar!, Beaver Dam, WIs. The event, honored Mrs. Carlson, who Is a sister of the Amans. After dinner part of the group attended a ball game. back, but Mrs. Dehnert and the hlldren remained. Mrs. T/!onard Arndorter entertained her L/arkln club last Thurs. day afternoon. Farmer's Leg Broken. Lone Rock, Aug. u — While he was unloading bundles at Hobson's ast week Tuesday Wlllam Knoll's horses became frightened and ^an away throwing the rack over. Mr. Knoll suffered a broken leg which was sat by Dr. J. O. Clapsaddle. Sexton Service August. A week from next Sunday, August 23, a Homecoming service will he held at the Good Hope church, with special music, greetings from former communicants, and other features. We hope for the presence lit all members of the congregation and as many former members and friends as may be able to reach us. to Wisconsin "Visitors Go Home— Frank Caspar!, Mrs. John Carlson, and the latter's daughter, accompanied by Christine Eisenbarth, left Monday morning for Beaver Dam, wis., after a week here and at Wesley and Algona. Christine was to ..spend two weeks at Beaver 13am. with Mr. Kramer's parents, Mr. and j Mnlte ; yom . p { a]ls to , be present ^L_ A ". fll ™ V , K ™ rtl . er '. Bl '? lB ": tc ;:. 'renew old friendships and get i qualntcd with new friends. Darwin Fink, Waterloo, IN visiting j the Herman Huskamps. Mr. Fink I is Mrs. Huskamp's nephew. ! The C. G. Humphreys and C. H, [umphrej's spent Sunday with the . B. Millers at Kanawha. IT.' 1 C. Lindsey attended a Chovro- t salesmen's meeting at Fort Dodge Friday evening. IT. L. Huskamp attended a Chev- olet dealers convention at Mason City last Thursday. Elma Krueger spent last week he ptniulard Beai^is this week Fri ay night. There vore IS member; nd 31. visitors in >ittendance at the neoting. .Uol'reshmcnts were scrv. d by the hostesses, Mrs. O. .1. Stephen son and Mrs. T. N. McFal! Irs. E. A. AVclsbrofl Brother Dies- Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod received a message last Thursday announcing he death of her oldest brother, N :: Gibbons, Dodge Center, Minn. Mr Mbbons had been sick with hear .rouble two years, and death was lot unexpected. Mr; and Mrs. Weis brod, F. C. Kluss, and the latter', laughter, Mrs. F. C. Gibbons, drov .o Dodge Center Sunday to attent the funeral. Sniiilily School Hoard Meet*— The almost complete membership of the Sunday school board met at the Good llppe parsonage Monday evening for the transaction of business. . Heport on the action taken will he made at next Sunday's services. Election of officers will bo consummated and. an interesting report Riven . on a contest / to be launched between the Junior and Holy Day Next Saturday— Saturday, August 15, will be a holy day of obligation and will be observed at the local Catholic church. Masses will be at the same lours as on Sunday. vith her sister, Mrs. Mark Sim-1 Adult departments. Sunday school •rions, Fairmont. TRAVELS 1365 MILES TO VISIT AT GOOD HOPE Good Hope, Aug. 11 — Mr. and I at 10; preaching at It. Kil Donovan Critically Sick— Mr. and Mrs. William' Treptow Dunns for Marriage Announced— Banns of matrimony were pub lishod for the first time, at the St Benedict Catholic church Sunday for Wi'ma Arndorfcr and Dennis Carroll, of Algona. Tliri'sliing All Hut Finished— Most of the threshing has been finished and the rest will be completed this week. Other St. Renodict. William Hanig. of Ackley, came were guests oC Mr. and Mrs. William Saturday to spend Sunday with lo- Knoll, Algona', Sunday. They later «' relatives and. old friends, and railed' on Ed Donovan, former Good Hops farmer who is very iil at his home at Algona. Otto I'lngstroms IB Years \Ved-«Mr. nnd Mrs. Otto Engstrom celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary Sunday. A dozen or more relatives and other guests sat down Mrs. .Stephen Broesder arrived from t(j (llnnL ,,. ancl remained for the at- Allvinv 7SJ V ATnmlnv pvpnhiir f or i t - . Plan Week , at I meeting was ,held at the R. ntz home Friday afternoon, i girls present. The girls i go to Clear Lake for a week and Mrs., Jay Budlong company them as chaperpne. |for the outing were material- the meeting; There will be |20 girls there. .... . ., 1 Gartner Home Again— jRev. L. G. Gartner and Alice ft returned Saturday morning aHan, Ohio, where.,they spent "iks with relatives.' 'On the |ome they left Mildred G-artnei where she is .working. Gartner and Alice spent the Chicago with her before 're ; home. i to Family Reunion — O. S'acks drove to Eagle | Thursday evening to visit They expect to drive •there to points in Illinois, ey will Attend a family re- Miey will spend two weeks ia with relatives, Patient Brought Home— Buffingto n ,» who 'has been paaon City hospital for several tame home Tuesday; Mr. 'ton is improving slowly, but i confined to bis bed for sev- ieUs more. Luncheon la Given— George Howe entertained at luncheon last Thursday af- Mrs. Pierre Sartor won I001 '« and Mrs, Raymond Bon|won low. Doctor Substitutes for Pastor— Dr. and Mrs. George Tomhave, o Esthervllle, and their son Wesle 1 were dinner guests at the A. H Meyer home Sunday. Doctor Tomhave conducted Methodist services here Sunday morning in the absence of the Rev. J. T. Snyder, who spent the week-end at Sioux City. . Carrier Attends State Meet— S. B. Sralcy attended a state rural 'elter carriers' convention at Decorah last week. Ho-.M-y Schni'idi'r to Hospital- Henry Schneider Sr., accompanied by his son Henry Jr., left last week Tuesday for a Point in Missouri, •whero the former has entered a hospital. Snyders Visit Former Charge— The RtfV. J. T. Snyder and his family visited old friends last week Tuesday at Belmond, Mr. Snyder's former charge. Albany, N. Y., Monday evening for i visit at the E. L. Broesder home. They left Albany Saturday noon, coming via Niagara Falls, where they stopped overnight, then crossing into- Canada and to Detroit, thence south through Illinois to Algona and Good Hope. The distance, 1305 miles, was covered in a little more than two days and a half on paved roads all the way till the turn a mile north of Hobarton. Eighty-seven gallons of gasoline was used on the trip. The travelers remained at the Broesder home till Monday, when they left for Minneapolis to visit other relatives. They will return for a day or two before they go back to New York. Mr. and, Mrs. Broesder are employed in the wholesale and retail house of Montgomery Ward & Co. at Albany, Mr. ternoon.' Threshing Uiin Has Dinner— The families included in the "West" threshing run met at P. A. McArthur's Sunday for the annual picnic dinner, following completion of the, season's work. Broesder being a rebuyer music and leather goods in the depart- Other Good Hope. The AV. 1. Dodds family is spend' ing a vacation In Wisconsin and Minnesota. Several days \\-ore to be spent with a brother's family (Walter Dodds) at .Grnntsburg. They •eft last Friday and were to return early this week. The Edw.' Bartletts, Algona, Mr :.'.nd Mrs. Raymond Raid, Hobarton and the John Reids, Good Hope spent Sunday at Interlaken. Julia Bourne was a week-em guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrt> W. J. Bourne. Mr. and Mrs. James Knoll vlsitei ments, while the latter holds a re-, sponsible position in the woman's friends at Goldfield Sunday, goods department. They report business good, -with July 3 as the peak day for the year, not excepting the Christmas trade. Group Attends Bible Conference— Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Graham, Mat- vhen he went home Sunday ihe vas accompanied by Marie Arndor er, who was to make a short visit rlth hfir "istcr, Mrs. Jos. Hanig. The Rev. A. .1. Arndorfer, Charter Oak, spent a few rlays here and at is former parish. Ledyard, last vcsk, and on going home was ac •.ompanied by Veronica Dietz, who lad spent a two weeks vacation with 'j?nore Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hels anc their daughter Rose Mary, accom lanled by Deane Arndorfer, drov,e lere from River Forest, 111., Sat urday' to spend a f«w weeks with old friends. ThR C'ifford Dshnerts came fr.orr St. Paul one day last week*-for a Philip Thornton, Sioux City, spent from last week Tuesday till last Thursday at W. Z. Miller's. Marie Harris is employed at thfl Carl Frallc home at Brltt for a fe\K weeks. Mrs. G. B. Wise, her daughter, Mrs. Arch Bergen, the son, Wil< iam Wise, Houston, Tex., and tho Mack wise family returned Sunday from a week with Mr. and Mrs los. wise, Knowlton, Wis. Joseph and his family moved to Wisconsin three years ago last march. Ruth Miller spent last week-em with Neva Olsen at the Owe Nichols home, Algona. Mrs. John Miller and her children spent last week with Mr. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alec Miller, near Lu ^Verne. Mr. Miller works for his father. Mrs. Robert Riley and her son Bobbie Lee spent last week with tiie former's sistqr, Mrs. Otto Tay- loi 4 , Corwith. Mrs. Harvey Steven entertained the Aid last Thursday. -Mrs. Jorgen 'kow, AVesley, conducted Bible tudy and gave -a talk on a Bible onference at Cedar Falls which ihe attended. Twenty-four.. person; .ttended the -meeting at Mrs. .Stevn's. The next'meeting vyill be.held it Mrs. Otto' Neuman's Septembei 17. . ' Mary McMahon and her. .niece, Warnrll Buschell, both of,Chicago arrived Saturday to spend ten days with .the former's mother, Mrs. Es sie McMahon. Vincent Dwyer, employed a.1 John McMahon's, attended the fun oral of an uncle at Mankato las week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Curran an the Robert Hardcopfs, Lu Verne spent Sunday afternoon at A. L Greenfield's. Lena Warmbelr, Lu Verne, spen a few days last week with her sis ter, Mrs. Clem Cunningham. The Harvey Stevens attended family picnic Sunday at the Am brose A. Call state park. Thei were 31 in attendance. The Wa ter Camps, Winterset, were' there WELL BUILT and STYLISH is Foster's LUGGAGE visit -here. Mr. Dehnert has gon Mrs. Camp is a sister of Mrs. Steven Your answer for discrimination and 'good taste in smart luggage is to be found in the stock offered by this Store. Whether you travel on business or pleasure .". . a weekend or a lengthy journey ... or are going away to school . you'll find our luggage satisfying as to quality . and moderate pricing. Priced from 95c Up. TRUNK'S $7.75 and up WARDROBE TRUNKS $27.5O to* S45.QO Furniture Co. 3,000 of the Advance's f ied Subscribers? To Attend Camp. Robert Harrington leaves Sunda for Minneapolis, where he will spen two weeks at Fort Snelling as second, lieutenant in a C. M. T. C. camp. I'Yntnn News Mrs. Carrie Haase, daughter 'Poarl, and two sons visited the Herman Gades and Chris Wlddels last week Wednesday. They were en route to their home at Fairmont, after several weeks • with Mrs. Haase's sister, Mrs. John Boevers, El Reno, Okla., and the William Soaslvs family at Lubbock, Tex. The Standard Bearers met at the Methodist church last week Tuesday nigbt, with Irene Newel as hostess. Mr and Mrs. Clarence Thiesfeia entertained relatives and friends, at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Orlck and and Buffingtous— was bor n ( to Mr, and Mrs. Buffington last week Mon- horning. This is the second [and he has been named Qer- Thiesfeld, Buckley, 111.; Mr. Mrs. Arthur Hewitt and Mr. Mrs Earl Love, Chicago; the John ind Charles Thiesfelds, Alma Wolfgram, Harvey Hlgley, and Alvin Zumach. :. • Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lindsey and Mr, and Mrs. C. M. Umsted drove to Carroll Saturday and remained till Sunday evening at H. B. Stedman's. Edward Lindsey, who had been with the Stedmans two weeks, came home with his parents. Mr and Mrs. F. P. Newel and the former's mother, Mrs. J. F. Newel, drove to Waldorf Sunday and spent the day with relatives. Helen Harmon, Mrs. F. P. Newel's sister, accompanied them here for a short •isit. Mr. and Mrs. August Mlndenaum o- Oklahoma, are visiting relatives here and 'at Algona, Emmetsburg ^d Lotts Creek. Mrs. Mindenaum •B an aunt of Mrs. Jacob ?wiefel Compare Prices ! Sometime when you have a minute's time just take your grocery bills and compare the prices you are paying with our prices. "You, too, will enjoy trading at Bloom's." You'll f ) n d q u a 1 ity in these stock- Ings.They're made of selected yarns •lor GRAHAM'S Buy now — lower prices We know what the girls will approve when they gather at recess on the first day•; of school. We have the smartest little frocks you ever saw, the kind that are worn by the most popular girls in the class. We know all about Gym Bloomers, Ribbons and Hosiery. We are even experts on school bags and pencil boxes. No wonder the youngsters come to GRAHAM'S for their school outfits. Even before the school bell has a chance to ring! Fancy 'hose for sc h o o 1 wear in novelty -plaid patterns, ^t pays i. to buy the best for less. Every Mother Will Welcome These New !; ,ow Prices on School Needs Girls' Bloomers 25c and 49c Most girls require 2- or S of these sateen and crepe bloomers, so we have provided tables of these numbers. Fancy Prints For School Dresses. and of and Charles [ Boimcker to Ijo "f Blanchard took Bstelle Bon[to Britt Saturday evening, > she continued to Jpjlet:, Tft,, > a nurses' training course. ' Yellow rtone^wk-T- Oesterreicher and Jerry left one day last week for National park and other e west. Bonacker and Mrs. "°nacker bought new elec- "V£3 Mr and Mrs. H. J. Newel, Iowa C!tv,' former Fenton residents with their daughter, Mrs. Henry Johnson, nf Kanawha, and the latter's hus- tanXT.Sn Jay, visitea relatives here last Thursday. n ^ u «ong, enipjoy?' of a, n bank, drov? a spent Sunday at Richard Welcome, Minn, ^> naof Mrs F C. Gibbons, son Rogei, and the, former's mother, Mrs. F. C. . drove to Gait Saturday and »t Ol.n Al. Rt^tfS&tf* 'XXSS'«|A* Fruit Jar Rubbers, 5 doz. Peaches, No. 4 CM 2 1-2 size can__ I w V Pure Strawber- OR fit ry Preserves — fcw V Fancy Cookies, 2 Ibs. Beans, 4 Ibs. Sani Flush, per can Binso, large pkg. Chipso,, large pkg. Blue Bibbon Malt. 25c 25e 25c 19c 19c 19c 45c 25c lOc 25c 29c iter ' 19c Vinegar, Cider, gal. ,.•Kirk's Hard Water Soap, 3 bars , Flour, guaranteed, 49-lb. bag. Peacb.es, sliced, No. 10 size can_ Cherries, red pitted, No. 10 CQfft size can H*iV Coffee, Peav berry, 3 Ibs. Johnson's Floor JCQf* Wax, 1 lb, can— Wvl* Macaroni, OC|* 5 pkgs ,- fciJV Pineapple, 7Qf* No. 10 size cans I 5PV 15c New designs in brilliant fall colorings, exceptionally good for school dresses for the Miss; Girls will need thesej School Dressesj They are the best and the new styles f.or the Miss for school wear., They're designed and made of the choicest fabrics. Girls*' Misses' Dresses Dresses ' 2 to 6 7 to 14 years years 49c 98c Boys' School Shirts 49cand69c Boys will wear these all fall. Why not buy several at these low prices? They're well made! Boys' School Hose 25c Heavy plaids. Just the iiose for boys that need extra quality. "MISS "Eft* : JH.XOO'-'O Silk Stockings 25c Rayon silk stocltings in dark and light shades for school days. HISSES' . ' Silk Bloomers 49c Bjftra full cut rayon silk •bloomers for sirla 8 to 16 years. SCHOOL Handkerchiefs TWO e^ FOB 96 Plain white with novelty colored borders, They'll need several at this price Be M Fa PLAIN COLORED Anklets 25c Best kind for the little Miss going to school. Fancy turn down cuffs. CHILDREN'S Lunch Kits $1.39 Comes complete with icy hot pint vacuum bottle. S2?^ft^*;3s* TO. • i»g *°^ a Shn CauKhUn, Algo»a. W? I - , MB FABMEB: Bring us your eggs, prices are advancing Trade your eggs for groceries, dry goods, shoes or ready-to-wear- Bemember, Bloom's De!at Store on tbe comer., WjtU a side-dpor en, for W cpnvenjeRpe ftw loading OT and groceries- Big Tom Pencil Tablets 70 sheets Sc A big pencil tablet specially made for Graham's, selected size $xlO inches. SUPPLIES We have a lot of new things for Girls and Boys. Jrfsh Linen Tablets ...... 5c Pkg. 12 leads for Pencils.,,.5c Bed Checking Pencils — lOc Propelling Pencils __^-,__10e Ink and PencU'Brasers — lc Hytone Ink Tablets ruled lOc Straightline Rulers ------ 5e Beats AH Pencil, ? for—— 5c School Compafs -^_ ---- ,85c Propelling Pencil Pocket Cap ----------- „ — ,-,85? Carter's Ink, blue, red — Library Liquid Paste .v. Combination pep, pencil lOc Big Chief tablets, - J20 sheets ___^_^ T , ----- 10* Official thenxe, 45 sheets— 5c Official spelling, 40 sheets 5e Assorted lots of Official ea;am., 14 sheets _^5c Drawing Paper, §0 sheets Lead Pencils are Were a( __ Lunch Boxes Highly color* wwmi Colored Crayola* ff M.; -18

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