Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 3, 1931 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 3, 1931
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KOWUTH COUNTY APVANCB. A1XJONA, IOWA A*" •fTi jWV DROMEDARY Grapefruit 2 N0. CAN Santa Clara Prunes lona Peaches 'ififfiRS 11 Dried Apricots . . Sultana Peanut Butter Vermont Maid Syrup Rinso ; ; ; : ; UB. 5C 50 C . 2-LB. • JAR 12-OZ. • JAR . LQE. • PKQ. Bananas, . . Special Price Cranberries, 2 Ibs . . 25c HOT LUNCH TO BE SERVED AT WESLEY SCHOOL Wesley, Dec. 1—Miss Conrad and the home economics girls, beginning j this week, will serve to pupils one hot dish at noon, for from three to 5 cents. Pupils may pay the money each time, or they may buy tickets which will be punched. The sale of tickets for the basketball season Is going well; 30 adult tickets have been sold. These are one dollar each and admit to six games; children's tickets are fifty cents. The first home game was with the boys and girls of St. Cecelia's academy of Algona this week Tuesday evening. Last week Tuesday in a game at Lakota, Wesley boys won 41-6. Lakota was scoreless in the first halt. Eleven boys went from here, and all played at least one quarter. Alfred Nelson was high point man, making 111 points as forward in one quarter. This week Friday our girls go to Lu Verne. Harold Hansen, Madeline Erdnian, Fred Dlekmann, and Fay Niewald will represent Wesley In the junior high declam at Tltonka this week Tuesday evening; Gaylord Lander, Arlene Heynes'and Helen Nelson will go to Lu Verne. In jury Caused in France in World War Forces Operation Irvlngton, bfto. li—Mr. and» Mrs. George Stewart left Tuesday for Des Molnes, where Mr. Stewart will have an examination before going to dergo an operation" for the of several Inches of bone 'In one leg. -George, an ex-soldier, suffered a broken leg In France during the war. The bone was evidently not set correctly, and the leg has caused trouble ever since. It was broken In the same place once since his return. A local physician first* warned Mr. Stewart of the decayed leg bone, and advised an Immediate operation. He expects to remain in the hospital at least six weeks after the new bone has been grafted on his leg. Mrs. Robert Stewart Is staying at the farm home during the absence of the George Stewarts, and Oranges, dozen Grape Fruit, each Pillsbury's Best Flour .... $1.33 21c 5c 24K-LB. BAG Church .Organizations Busy— Florence Hansen, teacher of the junior girls' class in the Methodist Sunday school, entertains her class at her home Monday evening. The Bible Study class meets this week Tuesday evening, at Raymond Hansen's. The Cotton Blossom singers, Plney Woods, Miss., will give a program at the church this week Wed nesday evening. Twelve women at tended an tntersting meeting of the W. F. M. S. at Mrs. Dlekman's Friday afternoon. Mrs. Gordon C. Gld- dings led devotions, and Mrs. H. Hansen gave the lesson. Small calico bags were made, In which the members will keep and carry their dues and contributions. At the end of the year, the bags will be laundered and sent in to headquarters. This is part of a "simplicity" plan, which is also indicated in the covers of the booklets, made to resemble calico. Harry work. Felter Is doing the 'farm Several Come for Holiday— The Leo and Joe Goetz and Anthony Johnson families and George, Henry, and Dorothy Goetz were entertained Thanksgiving at the Mary Goetz home. • Linus Elsenbacher, who is studying for the priesthood at Trinity college, Sioux City, spent Thanksgiving with his parents. The Clarence Dornbiers visited her- sisters, the Mesdames Francis Kootz a^id Charles Helner, at Rockwell City. Ivyl Marie Kunz, taking a course as laboratory technician at St. John's hospital, Minneapolis, was at home for Thanksgiving. Agnes Kilian, steno- gi-apher at Omaha, spent Thanksgiving and the week-end at home. Services for Chan. Warmbler— Funeral services for Charles Warmbler, who died late last week at Iowa City following a hemorrhage were held at the German Lutheran church, Sunday, with the Rev. Mr Wlttenburg in charge. Mr. Warm bier was 40, and had been afflictec wi.th sleeping sickness for severa weeks. He was recently a patient at the Kossuth hospital. He was taken from there to the home of his mother, Mrs. Amelia Warmbler, at Lu Verne and thence to Iowa City For several years Charles farme< in partnership with his brother Her man, several miles southeast o Irvington till his health forced him to quit. He was not married. Bur lal was made at Lu Verne. Attend Relative's Funeral— Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller attendee the funeral services of Earl's brother-in-law. Earl Nutt, of Fair mont, at Boone last week Tuesday. They returned home the next day bringing Eugene Nutt, 6, and Lola Mae, 9. The children' remained till Sunday, when their mother and older brother, who had been spending several days at Boone, were brought to the Miller home by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Currell and son Howard. They were met there by a Mr. TJfers, who took them to their home at Fairmont. All were dinner guests at the Miller home. Birthday Dinner Is Held— was called when David Blythe, clerk, who held the office many years, re- sighed-because of his health. New officers are;. Venerable Counsel, A. D. Headley; clerk, Paul Hudson; trustees, Simon Leigh, Harry Sabln, and M. L, Rohey. Children Hnve Birthday Parly- School children were pleasantly surprised When Mrs. Arthur Rlley and Mrs. Austin Summers arrived at the schoolhotise-last week Wednesday afternoon bringing birthday cakes. Books were put away and n party was held in honor of Mnrjorle Rlley 9, and Austin Summers Jr. 7. Farewell party Is Given- Some 40 neighbors surprised Mr. and Mrs. James Ard at their home with a farewell party last week Tuesday evening. The Ards will move soon to Haywarden where Mr. Ard will be a depot agent. Illinois Relative Is Dead- Mrs. Maggie Schoby, Algona, and son Chester, of this vicinity, left Frl- day morning for Kenny, 111., to attend funeral services for Mrs. Schoby's sister-in-law, Mrs. Allte Cald- wallender. Aid to Clean up Church— Aid will meet this Thursday after noon. There will be a general clean- Ing, which always .follows the ba zaar, which will be held this week Wednesday afternoon and evening Other Irvington News Mr. and Mrs. Theodnre Bierstedt Fenton, were Thanksgiving guests at Andrew Funk's, Mrs. Blersted and Mrs. Funk are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. John Dobb, Algona, were a1 John Simon's Thanksgiving day The Robert Spurgeons spent the day at Frank Skilling's, Algona. Mr and Mrs. A. McLean, Mr. and Mrs K...P. Roney and daughter Shirley were Thanksgiving guests at P. W Grobe's, Mason City. Mrs. Joe Wi! helm! and two children, Bancroft visited her parents, the V. J Schichtls from Wednesday till Sat urday. Fred Hudson^ Minneapolis, brothe of Paul, who had been visiting her several days, left last week Wee nesday. He was accompanied b Oran Hudson, who will visit rela SERVICES HELD FOR VETERAN ATLUVIRNE A family dinner' was given at the I home of Mrs. Elliott Skilling, Sun-1 day in honor of her father, Russell Fry's birthday. All of Mr. and Mrs. Fry's children were present. Sunday evening -the group had an oyster supper at the Fry home. A radio selection, Silver Threads Among the Gold, was dedicated to Mr. Fry. Modern Woodmen Elect— Irvington Modern Woodmen recently elected officers. The meeting tives in Wisconsin and MinneapoH before returning home. Irene Ramus, Lu Verne, is spenc ing several days with her granc mother, Mrs. Charles Sankey, an with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Riley. The Rev. A. English took as th Scripture reading Sunday 1st King 11:0-9-11-14. He preached on th Life of King Solomon. Mr. and Mrs. William Pestotnil Algona, went to Boone last Friday and returned Sunday. Lii Verne, Dec. Ices for Charles led at Iowa City i— Funeral rier- Warmbier, who last Thursday ilgrht, were held at the home and at he Lutheran church Sunday after- icon with'the Rev. Mr, Wlttenburgr fficlatlng. Mr. Warmbler had been II for several months and was ttik- n to Iowa City last week* for treat' ment. He was the son of Amelia Warmbler, and hns Mrs. been „. «on. Mrs.; BAddtfcy i* lender. Th« KMonitopical* Chalking* bt Changes. Mfsv •» K<2a-**r!tiieni«ir • Is hw(e« to the Evftngf«l!cnlAMlMIWWfy society at the<anhtfaf mWitln* when offi- fdf '.the' ; it arS chosen. daugh ter, arming with his brother, Herman. He 'Was 40 years old and unmarried. He Is survived by his mother, a brother, three sisters, Mrs. Linda unnlngham, Sexton, Mrs. Rosa Blnticlmrd, and Miss Lena, of Lu Verne. One sister Ann* died last January. A large number of friends rom St. Joe, St. Benedict, Irvlngton; and Algona attended the funeral. Mr. Warmbler was a World War veteran. ' Thanksgiving Is Observed- Many Lu Verne people spent Thanksgiving out of town'and fam-' ly dinners brought more Into town. Godfreys at Fort The W. R. and DeRae went to Glen Godfrey's Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phil Ips visited at the Helmuth home at Brighton; Mrs. B. Agard went with them as far as Iowa City to be a guest at the Davis home; the I. F. Chapmans, J. L. Llchtys, I. H. Benedicts, Irvln Chapmans, Lottie and Jennie -Mason drove to Ocheyedan to spend the day at Emll Meyer's; W. B. Mason accompanied the George Thompsons, of Ledyard, to Sioux City to visit at Milton Thompson's; Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson were at Granger at the Broadie home; the F. A. Nivers and H. B. Pietzkes were guests at Roy Pletzske's at Webster City; the John Heftis entertained Maurers. the Heftis and Pupils Entertain Their Mothers- Pupils of the 5th and 6th grades last week Wednesday afternoon entertained their mothers at a Thanksgiving party in their room at school. Eighteen mothers, and Mies Skinner and Mrs. Morrsion, were pres-' ent. After a program of music, a Thanksgiving dramatization and a reading, there was a social hour, and ice cream and wafers were served. Catherine Lan Is Married— Thanksgiving afternoon at 6 o'clock Catherine Lau and Oscar Williams, of Bode, were married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Lau, by the Rev. Mr. Wittenburg. Miss Magna Kinseth ami Harold Eaby, of Bode, were attendants. There were 30 guests present, and a wedding supper was served. fife! Omit* Frtdiy Nl*ht— The first basketball games of the season, will be this Friday night at 7:+5. Th«, Wesley girls and Corwith boys wilt play the local teams. The admission has, been lowered 'to 15 and 26 cents this year. " Arthur Look Wim Ninth- Arthur Jj. Look took ninth place on 16 ears of white corn at the International ; Livestock show at Chicago last week, A. B. Schenck, of Algona, placed 13th in the some class. Junior* Hosts to'students— High school Juniors .entertained the rest of the high school and the faculty at a kid party Monday night, Appropriate games were played.and refreshments served, ' ' , Two Couples Ar6 Married-* ' '.'•' Word -has 1 been' received 'that Doris Larimer ; and .Cecil Williams, and Donna' Allen and Elwyn Huber were married Saturday at Rock •island, 111. •: Other Lu Voirne News. • Twelve members and two guests enjoyed the regular meeting of the J. J. club at the home of 'Mrs. Harold Sorenson Friday afternoon. Mrs. Albert Heftl, .Mrs. Will Heftl, and Mrs. Harry Lichty gave a program on The Part of My Work I Like Best. , Vera Lehman, of .-Boxholm, who was visiting Mrs. Walter Heftl, and Miss Johnson, of Algona, were guests; •• •'• Misses Skinner and Roorda, .and Mrs. Morrison spent Thanksgiving at Algona; Mr. Agard at Goldfleld; Mr. Graham at Cedar Falls; the Misses Swenson' at Canton, S. p.; Miss Roy at Dow City, .and: Miss Geisecker with her. parents, wes't of Lu Verne. Mrs. John Northrop hoe returned, from a month's visit with her with h<?r. Mrs. W. ii Wyo,, Mrs. Mnrthn Bradi, ley v , Zentnor homi" "" a Al nnd \Villin m \m'i day for I'ortln ' Cft n 0 ?""*«•• the death 7""" Miller Steven*, that day. There will i, c nn Cemetery as sot ? h H° nm f"ne The January , " ?" ln * Mrs. Fred Wolf " K *'» ' The George Marty honie at December 17. Kenneth Soron.son | s at the homo of his WHAT A B13AUTIPUT the whole family ,, of clean, fireside hie Stores. FOUR L JUICY c PEACHES 49c Long's Food Shop] Where the new meat ' market landed. Try Eight O'C/ock coffee for a mild, mellow flavor, fhe choice of millions of coffee drinkers. With three coffees, each having a distinctive flavor, we cannot fail to suit your taste. All are equal in quality—different in flavor—blended by A & P from the finest coffee beans the world produces. Remember, the coffee you like best is the best for you no matter what it costs. Hutchinsons Have Guests— Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchinson entertained Thanksgiving; Theodore Johnson and daughters Feme and Florence, son Theodpre, and Paul Jannsen, all of Rockford; Mr, and Mrs. Harold Price and Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Johnson, of Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller and Donald, Lu Verne. The Prices also visited his mother. Mrs. Hattie Price, and the LeRoy Johnsons visited her parents, the Alex Millers, Lu Vejne. Hns 35 for Thanksgiving— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haverly en* tertained 3'5 at a family party Thanksgiving: members of the Matt Laux, Henry Haverly, Ervin Olson, and August Garman families, Wesley, and the Tony Sellers, Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Laux visited their daughter, Mrs. Sejler, at Sexton Sunday. Felts Off'for Florida- Mr, and Mrs. Ben Felt left by car Sunday for Mason City, where they were to visit until this week Tuesday with Mn' Felt's mother. They •then start for Rockledge, Fla., to spend the winter. GOOD HOPE MAN HURT IN FALL OFF OF WAGON Good Hope, Dec. 1—Fred Plum narrowly escaped , serious injury Thanksgiving morning when he was thrown from a load of corn as he was about to leave the field. He had climbed to the top of the wagon, but before he gained a footing his team suddenly moved, and he fell to the ground alighting on his back and ead. Fortunately no' bones were roken, but he was badly bruised. He is still in bed, but is getting so hat he can turn himself about. The ccident was unfortunate for Mr. J lum, especially at this time, as he till has 40 acres of corn to husk nd although he has good hired help o farmer rests easy with that mount of corn in the field at this ime of year. RED CIRCLE COFFEE RICH AND FULL-BODIED Ib. 25 BOKAR COFFEE VIGOROUS AND VV/NEV Ib. ATLANTIC & PACIFIC T,, Co. MIDDLE WESTERN DIVISION Basket Grocery A BETTER FOOD STORE QUALITY—PRICE We appreciate your business and we are sure our customers appreciate our courteous service. These prices Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. P. & G. SOAP, 10 bars 29c UNISTA FLOUR, guaranteed (made by the makers of Gold Medal) 49-lb. sack 98c GOLD MEDAL FLOUR, kitchen tested, 49 Ibs. $1.82 PETER PAN FLOUR, guaranteed, 49 lbs.__$l,08 BROWN SUGAR, 4 Ibs. 25c BROOMS, real good ones for only ___89c BEANS, Great Northern, 5 Ibs 18e BACON, nice and lean. Wouldn't some taste good for breakfast in the morning, 2 Ibs. 85c HONEY. Try some on your pancakes, 2 cakes 25c MAMMY'S PRIDE PANCAKE FLOUR, large package, it's the best, 2 pkgs. 45c MONARCH COFFEE—There is none better, and what a price, 1 Ib. pkg. 29c, 8 Ib. pkg. 85c We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities CASH PAID FOR EGGS Ed Studcr Lands Contracts^— Ed Studer, contractor, Excelsior, Minn., writes his father that he will be employed at two different points in North Dakota in moving 360,000 yards of dirt. Other Wesley News. Mr. Klooz spent the Thanksgiving vacation with his parents at Sum ner, Miss Conrad at her home at Wayland, Miss DeMots at Hull, Miss Beck at Ringsted, where she for merly taught, Misss Lewis at Clar ion with a sister. The Misses Reimer and McConnell remained here. Helen FunnemarK and Margare Flom, who attend St. Olaf's college Northfield, Minn., spent Thanks giving at home. Anna Johnson home economics teacher at Boone spent Thanksgiving with her sis ters here. Mrs. Bertha Skow, Emmetsburg spent Thanksgiving and a few fo' lowing days with Wesley relatives From here she will go to Moun Horeb, Wis., to spend the winte with her mother, who is now widow. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Johnso spent Thanksgiving with the! daughter, Mrs. J. L. Haverly. Th LeRoy and Vincent Kleinpeter dined at the parental home. Mr. an Mrs. Henry Looft, Seneca, wer guests of his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Skow ntertain ed at Thanksgiving dinner the Ol Floms, Jorgen Skows, Viggo Kill; holms, Mrs. Peter Skow, Mrs. Be tha Skow, Mr. and Mrs. Mario Paulson, the Fred Benteles, an Anna Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. John Ormsby ente tained at progressive 500 Sunda evening, guests being the Messr and JVlesdames Clarence and Wm Ward, Charles K«rrins, and Olive Young. Lunch was served. Mrs. Eliza Bolslnger and he daughter, Mrs. Grace Stevens, Cleai Lake, visited Mrs. Bolsinger's nlec< Mrs. Wallace Benton, Sunday a ternoon. Mrs. Benton went wit them for a few days' visit. At Jhe Catholic Daughters' car party at the hall Saturday aftei noon, Mrs. Elmer Gibson won hig in 500, and Felice Eisenbacher 1 bridge. Theodore Johnson, of Rockford spent part of last week with hi daughter, Mrs. Ernest Hutchinson Clayton Johnson also visited his sle ter part of the week. Mrs. Peter Haverly, Oelweln, an Mrg. Blanche^ Wagner, Corwith spent Thanksgiving with their par ents, the Pelts. ' !liarivari for Edwin Larsons— More than |100 friends and nelgh- ors braved the cold and disagree ible weather Monday evening and gathered at the Larson home in J lum Creek township to charivari Jr. and Mrs. Edwin Larson, who lad just returned from a honeymoon trip to Chicago. The crowd vas served with refreshments of cake and cream and a merry time was enjoyed. Mr .and Mrs. Larson will be at home to their many friends at their Plum Creek residence. Homer Dodds Is Benedick— Friends here were interested in the marriage of Lulu Hintz, of Lu Verne, to Homer Dodds last Thurs day. The bridegroom was born in this community and with his bride will move to the honie place in the spring. It is now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur. The latter are moving to the Henry Dearchs farm across from Center school. The newly-weds have the a cafeteria luncheon at the D. C. Gardner home two miles south, a half mile east, and a half mile south of the church next week Thursday, December 10, at i o'clock. A charge of 25 cents will be made. The public is invited. Helen McMahon, Good Hope, and Helen Fnrreli, Forest City, went to Chicagj Friday to be guests of rela tives, Mrs. j. j. Weehan nnd Elsie Parrel! They rmirned Monday. Lloyd Potter, who has been in failing health for months, was taken to Fort Dodge Friday to consult a specialist. His many friends hope for a turn for the better. • Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Bartholemew and two children, Fort Dodge, were guests Saturday and Sunday at the V. J. Gross home. Mr. Bartholemew is a brother of Mrs. Gross. Mr. and Mrs. John Reed and son Alde n were guests of Mr. and Mrs Raymond Reid Sunday, in honor of Mrs. John Reid's birthday. Katherine D;im, Algona, was week-end guest of Ltona McMahon ROSARY PARTY IS ENJOYABLE EVENT AT ST, BENEDICT Jluircli Women Plan Dinner— The menu for the annual Presby- erian supper for Saturday night at he city hail, in connection with the iazaar, includes chiqken and noodles, mashed potatoes, golden glow alad, hot rolls, jelly pickles, pumpkin or apple pie, coffee or tea. Serv- ng starts at 5. well wishes and congratulations a wide circle of friends. of Jinx Fololwg Etna Mitchell— Last week was rather unpleasan for Etna Mitchell. Early in the week a colt he was handling jammec him against the barn, cracking a rib. Later in the week he developed an infection in his left arm from which he is still suffering. The trouble has been localized m the el bow, and if no complications set in he should be about again in a week or ten days. Mrs. Allen Wood's Uncle Dies— Mrs. Allen Wood received wore last week Wednesday of the death of an uncle, Burton Quivey, of Grin nell. Funeral services were 'hel Friday. Other Good Hope. Among special Thanksgiving ga therings was one at the C. L. Ditt mer home at which Mr. and Mrs Ed Dlttmer, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Treptow and Mr. and Mrs. Leonarc Dittmer were guests, and at Mr. am Mrs. James Knoll's where the Rev and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell and son Ar thur, of Armstrong, and the Rev and Mrs. Allen Wood and nephew Allen Moore, were guests. Mrs. Don Moore, who has been t for several weeks with flu and com plications, is getting about again Mrs. W. J. Bourne, who several days with an acute attack of pleurisy, is again about, Others kept from their work for a few day by minor illnesses are Mrs. Will Nelson, and Arte and Lawrence Dittmer. 0,904 H.o#e £. A. | The Neville stores short of merchandise. find themselves S. S. Class Has a Party— The Irwiri Chapman home was the scene of a merry party last Friday night when a Presbyterian S. S. class of young people of high school age enjoyed an old-fashioned iiffy pull. Various games and contests were played during the even- ng by 27. Missionary Societies Meet— The Methodist Missionary society . Trade has been nearly double what we exiiected. So Jimmie has left for Chicago to pick up some bargains. All the wholesale houses are holding pre-inventory sales now. And you can rest assured that Jimmie will bring home some of the best deals on the market. Jimmie knows where to get them and how to. buy them. Neville's Shoe Store ALGONA, IOWA. 'St. Benedict, Dec. 1— The card iarty the Rosary society gave on thanksgiving event was fairly well attended. Five hundred was played, and a quilt was given to the one vho held a lucky number. Lunch A-as served. Winners were Matt 3ormann, man's high; Mrs. Morris Dalley, woman's high; John Arend, nen's low; and Mrs. Frank Eisenbarth, woman's low. The party was very enjoyable. Shower Honors Mrs. Martin — A miscellaneous shower was given in honor of Mrs. Lloyd Martin, formerly Bernetta Harlg, who was married last Wednesday, Sunday afternoon at her home and was well attended. Many useful gifts were given. Otto Beckiuan'H Father Dies- Mr. and Mrs. Otto Beckman were shocked when they received a message of the death of Mr. Beckman's father at St. Louis. They left Sunday. Other St. Benedict. Mr. and Mre. Julian Arndorfer and daughter Ainelia, Nick and Al freda Arndorfer, and Mr. and Mrs B. F. Arndorfer were Thanksgiving guests at the Tiome of Mr. an< Mrs. Albert Garmann, at Blue Earth The Wm. Arndorfer family, ac companled toy their daughter, am Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hanig an daughter, spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Capesius at Irv ington. Vivian Stephenson, of Algona spent Thanksgiving day here wit: her grandmother, Mrs. Anna Husch ka, and cousins. B. F. Rahra, employed at Ottum wa, came home Wednesday evenin, to spend the rest of the week wit: his family. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Streit, of Al gona, spent ' Thanksgiving evenin with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eich here Miss Amelia Arndorfer, Mrs. Den nls Carroll, and Mrs. B. F."Arndorfe were Mason City vieito'rs Friday. John M. Witte has Installed a fill ing station at his home recently. H is .handling Phillips Lucille Slmone, lously JW with tonslHUs, Is improving, Many from here attended the Le <'6«". has been ser slowl; sioji W«jsjley All Ready TOTS and TOYS for Girls and Boys -Santa Claus- HEADQUARTERS as usual, and more attractive than ever. A Message for Mothers and Daddies who want to buy their chil* dren presents will find that they can get more things here for the money they want to spend, Make Selections Early and we are glad to hold them in reserve until they are wanted.- Christensen AwjQNA's CREATES:

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