Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 14, 1932 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 14, 1932
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-ALGONA 15 and 16 ^TsO^sTaiii matinees, lt)-30c. Jt , fcANfi GREY'S if, «fhe Kalnbow Trail'* ri Sequel to "Riders of the Purple ri Sage' ''•' -with— fiEO '* CECELIA PARKER MINNA GOMBEL , - ROSCOE ATES i photographed In The Grand Can- I , It's a great family picture. , and Monday, Jan. 17 and 18 I * 1-3 o'clock matinees, 10-SOc. \f 5*7-9 o'clock* AhoWS, -regular admission. CHARLIE BUGCtLES FRANCES DEE In "This'Reckless Age" [youth muit'have Its fling, See what I happens - when < -headstrong youth clashed withi ' heartotrong, loving • parents. Ifiesday and Wednesday, Jan. 10-80 HELEN HAYES One of) the-world's greatest stars I 1 ) —in— I The Sin of Madelon Claudet Jt is a sin .to defy the world's censure for , the -happiness of your child. KbSStJf It COUNT ¥ ADVANCE. ALGONA > IOWA Teddy Vera, who was sick with pneumonia, hae recovered' ari'd is back In school. .-- . Mr. and Mrs. John Brlggs; spent Sunday with the M. E. family at Hurt. Polhem.ufl Mr. and-Mrs. W. A. Barry, spent 'nearlnv itfltv* *v.n n • -ri '•**. _ : Tuesday with the 0. Smiths, Des Molnea. B. '.'Moore Harold Falkenhalner left Monday for Sioux City, where he vifafe; to spend several days on busine^. , Dr. Ralph Weber spent the weekend with friends at Lincoln, Neb., He Is In business here with Dr. L. W. Pox. The Woman's Relief Corps ''will meet at the Legion hall next Tuesday evening at be installed. 7:30. Officers will Mrs. C. A. Momyer, her son 1 Jack, and daughter Maxine got home from Chicago Tuesday, after a visit with, the daughter, Mrs. E. W. Colt. Geo. W. Godfrey spoke last week Wednesday night at Des Moihes at the annual convention of. the Iowa Implement Dealers association. ' County Treasurer and Mm. H. N. Kruee drove to Welcome, Minn., Sunday and spent the day with the, »•"*"«-'" mother, who jives.,-there LEWIS STONE, NEIL HAMtL- TON, JEAN HEBSHOLT IN THE CAST ••• A GREAT SOUL PICTURE Thursday and Friday, Jan. 21-22 | Wlf. BOYD . JAMES GLEASON GINGER ROGERS in "The Suicide Fleet" Cooperation; U; S.- Navy in show- ling how the submarines helped win the war. and Monday, Jan. 24-25 GLORIA SWANSON in "Tonight or Never" CHURCH OF THE NA/ARENE, A. W, and Hard Irwlti, Pastors— follow peace with all men, and hoi- ness, without which no man sh see the Lord'(Heb 12:14) Is etlll .. part of God's Word, and as necessary as the experience of the New Birth, which Jesus said every man must have In order to see the Klng- lom of God (John 3:3). We shoul< all thank God for the great provls ons he has made for us in the plan of salvation, and then do all we can and pray for Divine assistance :o live up to our privileges . . day school at the usual hour Sunday; theme for morning ship, The Law of Love ... Si evening we will unite with _ churches In a union service at the Presbyterian church. METHODIST, C. V. Hulse, Pastor —The W. H. M. S. Will meet thie afternoon with Mrs. .T. F. Overmyer . . The Young Married F Sunday school class will hold January social at the church tomorrow evening Next $25 TO $5POO ERFECT BLUEBIRDS are ideal investments for your Christma* money. Their beauty lasts forever.'.. their perfection i* doubly guaranteed. The metal price tag assures you one fair price. The numb^er' engraved in each ring identifies your ownership. See our fine Bluebird Diamonds now. _- f, WEHLEB & CO, KWEIKHS AWQ QPTOMBTBI8T8 Phone 240 D RY CLEANING! former's alone. Mrs. August Rosenau suffered a broken left arm a week ago Monday, when she fell on the: M$e walk near the Adventist church. The arm was placed in a cast. Dr. William Scholten, .6f, Spirit L,ake, came Friday and took Vome with him Saturday Mrs. J/Schblten, who had spent a week with her father, W. C. Danson. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin ,Holsher, Earlvllle, were guests at "'C; ? L. Ingersoll's Friday. They are old schoolmates of Mrs. Ingersoll when the latter lived at Colesburg. Dr. and Mrs. J. O. F. Price, Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Fox, and Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Gibson went to'. Des Moines Monday to attend a state veterinary association meeting. Mr, and Mrs. D. H. Goeders returned last Thursday from • Des Moines, where they had spent : a day or two on busjness. 'They found the driving somewhat strenuous. Ralph Moe, who conducts a garage at his home on Call street, .is about the. house again, after having been in bed three weeks, suffering from a blood clot in his right leg. Tyrrel Ingersoll, Cedar Rapids went home last Thursday, after several' days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'C. L. Ingersoll. He had been recuperating here from an appendicitis operation. Mrs. Jos. Zittrltsch returned last Thursday from Whittemore, where she had been since last week Monday, caring for Jirnmie, son of Mr and Mrs. Roy Crawford, who was ill. Jimmle is now well again. Alberta Day, former Irvington girl, who' has been a Singer Sewing Machine company employe during the last two or three years, writes that she has been transferred from loulder, Colo., to Scotsbluff, Neb. Barbara, daughter of Mr. and \trs. M. P. Haggard, suffered an ccldent at play on the ^Bryant •rounds east of the sch66iho i iase"'!last' "hursday and broke both bones in her left forearm just above the wrist. The Rev. Father Dennenhoff, of Des Moinee who is a candidate for Episcopal rector here and at Emmetsburg, spoke at the local church Sunday evening. Father Donnen^ hoff was formerly a German Lutheran minister. Mrs. Jesse Dyer went to Spencer Monday to spend the week with her mother-in-law, Mrs. J. R. Dyer. Mr. Dyer Is the Papec Machinery company representative in this territory. The company's headquarters are at IJes Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Seeley* farmers in Plum Creek township, .became parents of a boy at the'Kos- suth hospital Sunday.. Mrs. Seeley, who was Beulah Dodds, ie a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Dodds, of Union township. . • Phyllda Sonnerholm, beauty operator in the shop over the Hub, spent Sunday at her home at : Crystal Lake. Ethyl Morrison, who.. operates the shop, hae been sick since ast week Wednesday and 1s con- !ined to her home. Mrs! Nita Isascson, of the Kossuth hospital, got home Saturday from Smlthland, ' where she had been since the middle of the week, visit/Ing Mrs. Bruce Kelsey, who .was sick. Mre, Kelsey was formerly a nurse at the hospital. :; The Rev, 0. V. Hutee went: to Des Moines Monday to attend a non- denomlnatlonal convocation of min- latere ,.to consider, problems ;r-'w:hich face all churches; y He rode"* down With Geo, W. Godfrey, who was among speakers at the meeting. ". ' Dennis Pratt and his ; daughter Esther returned Monday from .Weet Union, wher» they had vtejtefl • a few days. Mr. Pratt is manager of the Bearoer Electric company .here, and West Union Is. 'his '; former home. He was at Spencer ^Tuesday, Roy Berrle, who came ' her« '• 2 V$ years ago fresh from ..graduation from the Qarnett, Kas., high school and entered the employ, of the Advance, resigned last week and left Sunday for Mason City, where " evening the protestant ,c will unite in behalf of the meeting of the W. C. .T. U. in a service at the Presbyterian cht with the Rev. Arthur Heuser speaker The Sunday bpard will elect, officers at the parsonage next Monday evening The Bible Searchers will hold a social meeting with Mrs. Hulse next Tuesday afternoon. BAPTIST, Arthur S. Hnescr, Pastor—There will be only one preaching service at our church next Sunday, and that at 11 a. m. The sermon, on "Mr. Sorrowful," will based on the story of a man who was handicapped from birth There will be a union service, sponsored by the W. C. T. U., at Presbyterian church Sunday at 7:30, and the pastor of church will deliver an address entitled "Bottle-Caps." Frankei will come in for his share . . . day school at 10 a. m.; B. Y. at 6:30 p. m.; prayer mee Wednesday nights at 7:30. PRESBYTERIAN, J. Z. Col< Pastor —This is an opportune to get busy concerning the things of the kingdom of Christ 'our Lord; time of loyalty to the standards he taught in a social and rell way; a time of loyalty to church and its program of evangelism. Our Lord promised his blessing upon those who assembled worship: Where two or three gathered together in my i there am I in the midst of them In the evening next Sunday will be a .union service. Look els< the Advance for announcement and program. TRINITY EV. LUTHERAN, P. J. Braner,. Pastor —Next Sunday: day school at 10 a. m.; Gc service at 10:30 ... The S. meet this evening at 8 o'clock the parsonage. The Concordia will meet next week Thursday ternoon with Mrs. Herman Boettch- r er. The installation of Henry Wegener as elder will toe Sunday. made FIRST LUTHERAN, Oscar Johnson, Supply Pastor— Next Sunday: Sunday school at 10; at 7:30. ents. She makes her home Mrs. A. C. Willey, and is now caring for Frank McEnroe, who demerit a major operation at the thing interesting, 3NE, DM— hoi- shall till a eceff- New man klng- lould ovls- plan 1 we ance Sun- next wor- nday Dther . the astor thie myer •'oiks' its mor- nday rches inual ser- ufch, as chool par- B . . . a so- next Pas- each Sun- ser- 1 be who i . . . spon- the night this s en- istein Sun- P -rr . u. tings, em an, time igs of rd; a ds his glous the ingel- bless- d to are name, 2m . . . rtll be ere in t and P. J. Sunn-man S. T. k at a Aid y af- ettch- Weg- next r E. Sun- 'vices with car- un- day, ,••. .. , . . Frbrrt . Broken Bow,- '. Neb., Mrs. Afribs Stewart writes to order her Advance continued and adds: "We have had a sfiowstofm, and the roads became real bad again just as they Were getting better. Then- we have had another fall of snow, 10 Inches deep,' and It drifted badly. They had to get the snowplow out to open the highways, but the roads are still bad and It looks like another storm." Otto Elbert, Los Angeles, Calif., arrived last Thursday to visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Elbert, Whlttemore, who observed their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday. Otto, who has not been home before In seven years, Is a brother of George Elbert, who operates a garage In the Helse building next west of the Algona -hotel. Otto has been selling real estate and insurance in California. Bert L. France and H. M. Helgen, Emmetsburg, made up Rotary club attendance here Monday. Mr. Helgen conducts a real estate and Insurance business. Mr. France had for some years conducted a hatchery, but It was burned down a week or eo ago, with a loss of $15,000, only .two-thirds of which was covered by insurance. Mr. France does not Intend to rebuild, but will probably reopen in a rented building. The Legion Auxiliary met Friday, with 35 in attendance. Mrs. GreeVi's division was in charge, and a program was given: two cornet eolos by Ruth Maleug, accompanied by Mary Elizabeth Foster; two piano solos by Luella Blumer; readings, Ida Halpln and Wilma Runge. It was voted to present George Washington pictures to the local school rooms next .month in commemoration of his 200th birthday anniversary. The Auxiliary delivered seven Christmas baskets to needy homes. Boxes are to be placed in some local stores for cigarets for disabled sol- diors at Knoxvllle. Mrs. Morris J. Schock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jewell M. Patterson, received word early last week from her husband that the Sheaffer Pen and Pencil company! which he hae of late represented, had appointed ^ilm representative at Wichita Falls, Tex. Mr. Schock left immediately for his new location to map out his territory and find an apartment for his wife and three children. The company has found the Texas territory a difficult proposition but Ames friends and former Kossuth F. B. members who remember Mr. Schock as a cow-tester here a few years ago, believe he will easily solve the problem. One page • of the rotogravure section of Sunday's Des Moines Register was devoted to pictures featuring radio broadcasting station KWCR at Cedar Rapids. This is the station of which Sumner D jQuarton is manager, and his' picture was given. There are nine or ten other employes, and among them is Sumner's brother William, advertising solicitor. The station is owned by a subsidiary corporation of the Register & Tribune company and the same corporation also owns broadcasting stations at Clarinda Ottumwa, and Fort Dodge. The Clarinda station is the only one frequently heard here. F. H. Vesper, who has now been away from Algona some 25 years writes from Glendale, Calif.: "Here is. a check for another six months. Each time I send one, I think it will be the last, but something always shows up that I am likely to know about, so I extend from time to time. I thank you for the suggestion of a letter, but just now am putting in my time in the criminal court as a juror. If I find some- cashier of the C After he moved for many year* DUt he Is now Mrs. Frank I Calif., whose ht a partner In th eery, writes: " for our substrl 1923, we left Al time thought w year or so. We rig about that always look fo mowing that t arlng your pap 'ortunate to friends who ha we often rema one of our lows of Algona Is h( was -late in rea we feel It kee seems to he llvl spent a year ai :s conducting a Pomona. MRS, 6REE AT ST. — Mrs. Elizabet Kossuth pione* Tuesday at the E. J. Green, ne. lived a .half.cei neighborhood, a been north of J that time she A Park for her f She was the w who died in 19] old. She was with her husba Joe nelghborh wards. A eon many years di< son, Emery, ar survive: Mrs. C the Bancroft 1 C. E. Fluhart, John Sheriff, "V was a member Methodist chur at Irvington, f vices at the ho Rev. Arthur H( pastor. llTwAntl^ >» resile A r wreetling< planned by the uary 29. A nui practicing dailj 4jnii(iiiiiiiiiii ^•••••iiiiiiiiiiiii s —3 r%I^vw s lilOi 2^5 ^* ™ ^**^ " IS- 5 0 ' == OSL 55 55 n = Heg 3S • *-0 5= w~» „• 1 Fric E= ¥ = Ja S i e*j = 151 ==. •55 |S ss Ezs as m^m | = ^BBBB J SS f^ PAGE ma 'Enclosed find check Iption. On June 16, Igona, and at that re would return in a We never get over talk- it trip back home. We forward to Monday, postman is to We have been i many Algona and ALGONA RESIDENT 23 YEARS PASSES Mrs. Ernestine Lavrenz, Algona, died Sunday at 7 p. m. at her home, following .a last sickness of two weeks and an apoplectic stroke. She would have been 76 years old had she lived four months longer. Funeral services were conducted at the home yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock by Mrs. Lavrenz's pastor, the Rev. P. J. Braner, of -the local -.... „„„, . ™ nlt y Evangelical Lutheran after attending church, and burial was made in Riverview cemetery. The funeral was largely attended. Pallbearers re. The depression ihlng Pomona, but ly now. Everyone g on half what was o." Mr. Henderson grocery store at r, died last week home of her son, ir St. Joe. She had itury in the same J. M. Green, shortjy after- A eon with whom she lived in 1931. Another three daughters 3. Bryden, wife of Baptist pastor; Mrs. hellsburg; and Mrs. aukon. Mrs. Green of the Livermore were August Huenhold, Louis Hlntz, Robert Liesener, Gottlieb Gronbach, Richard Buss, and Henry Wegener. Mrs. Lavrenz was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Nitz, and was born May 17, 1856, in West Prussia. She was married April 11, 1879, in the old country to Fred Lavrenz, who survives. They celebrated their olden wedding three years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Lavrenz came to America in 1882 and first eettled at Coal Valley, 111. Thirty-six years ago they came to Iowa, and they moved to Algona in 1908, 24 years ago. To Mr. and Mrs. Lavrenz were born nine children, ol whom August, Edward, Louis, Albert, and Laura are dead. Surviving are Emil, Rosemount, Minn.; Fred, of Burt; Henry, of the Stehle barber shop, Algona; and Mrs. John Dutton, Algona. A number of aspirants are ical Missionary Society Meets. Lu Verne, Jan. 12—-The Evangel- 3.1 Woman's Missionary society held a monthly meeting last Thursday at Mrs. Mary Hof's. Mrs. Lang led devotionale, and Anna Wolto conducted a lesson on Evangelical missions in Japan. Committees for the new year were appointed, and lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by her daughter, Florence. -DANCE- MAX TURNER'S 8 MUSICAL DOCTORS COLISEUM, TITONKA Friday Night, this week. B. W. SHEPARD, Mgr. FENTON YOUNG COUPLE MARRIED DECEMBER 28 Fenton, Jan. 12—Fern Larson and Chris Larson were wed Dec. 28 at home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Larson, northwest of Fenton. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Pedersen, of the St. Paul's Lutheran church, of Ringsted. The bride was dressed in brown and carried a bouquet of tea roses. The groom wore a blue suit Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Nelson, the latter a sister of the bride, were witnesses. After the* ceremony a wed- dlnj.; dinner was served to 58 gueste. Mrs. Larson hae lived in the community all her life, attended the Ringsted high school and had further education at 1. S. T. C. SH* has taught In rural schools foi'^s^t- en years. Mr. Larson came with ni» parents from Weuton and has bee* working at farm work for the last few years. Mr. and Mrs. Larson left the following Tuesday on a 1 wedding trip to Neola to visit a sta- ter of the' groom. They will live oft the Henry Mlllef farm nbrth of town after'March i. 5300 Auto Licenses* Only 5300 automobile licenses had been issued at the county .treasurer's office up to Tuesday -'morn-' Ing. Licenses are not being applied for as rapidly, as in the past, but It is expected that business will pick up late in the month, ae anoth«P dollar fine will be added after January 31. BASKET GROCERY .A BETTER FOOD STORE. These Prices Thursday - Friday - Saturday Red Pitted Cherries, No. 10 _______________39c Monarch Wheat Hearts, per pkg. _10c Banner Oats, large package 15c Apricots, choice, dried, 2 Ibs. _35c Yacht Club Peas, 2 No. 2 cans . 25c Salted Peanuts, fresh, 2 Ibs. 20c Peter Pan Flour, 49 Ibs. ^ 99c Unista Flour, milled by'Gold Medal', 49 Ibs. 79c Gold Medal Flour, 'kitchen tested,' 49 Ibs. $1.24 Yacht Club Golden Bantam Corn, No. 2 can lOc Economy Soda Crackers, 2 Ib. box __19c Longhorn Creme CheesB, per Ib. '. 19c Yacht Club Dill Pickjes, No. 2 1-2 can _____16c Monarch Gelatine Dessart, a fruit flavor, 3 . . , packages ______ 21c'• Free delivery service on orders amounting, i',,n to two dollars or more, excepting flour a n d, sugar. ' ' n |nilllll»lllllliiil!inilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll|l||||||||^ | Now is the Time to Fill Your White Goods Needs I [ins WHITE SALE Our White Goods Sale takes on added significance this year, for we are able to. offer greater values at greater savings in newest, freshest, high quality merchandise. There has absolutely never been a more opportune time to buy White Goods than right now, and this selling gives you the chance to buy right, and to buy for each and every need you might have, knowing that each purchase is a real bargain. Sale Begins Friday Jan. 15th Koseuth hospital Friday." take advantage of the opportunity : A. E. Kreseneky, of the Goeders ar\d write you." Elderly Algonians store, will go to Minneapolis Sun- recall Mr. Vesper at the C. & N. day to attend a'Northwest Shoe Re- W. station agent here and later as tallers _• convention Monday Tuesday. Mrs. Kresensky has shop: work in a "Job printing . • - i J. C. Galloway, farm management jspeciajist from low* State who cpnducted a series of "farm management meetings in •'&§ county the first three days of the .was a guest meanwhile " at home of his sister, Mrs. P. J. How suit as4 overcoat, Mr. •Mrs. Russell Cook, Austin, Minn-, drove here Friday and , took MFi Cook's parents, Mr. and'Mrs, JrP. Cook, to Austin Saturday for a few weeks' visit. Russell fe trayel&g for a meat company. Mre. Cook used to clef k at the Moe * Spogren grocery. Kb marriage appycationg were fited at the district court cJ|rMKof- fioe last we«k, and pnly .two7. Ji- cenaee bad been issued up to Tues_' '• i * _ t**.. .*! A-* /^lawmnn. Wesley, Erma Stanley Adrean, and her daughter Ardis will accompany him as far qs Mankato, where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Lewte Kresensky till A. E. returns. Mies Alvlna Miller, H. S. geometry instructor, was called to Cedar Palls Sunday to attend the funeral of an aunt. She was expected back yesterday or today. Grace Mil- ,ler, music teacher, who was called to her home at Sharon last week Tuesday to attend the death of a friend, returned Saturday. A. W. Behrends, who had operated a hatchery in the Galbraith buildings on east State street during the last few years, Is now located .in the old college building on south Dodge, a.nd buys dream .for Miller & H9lmes, St. Paul, besides carrying; a stock of poultry equipment and doing tin repair work. Mrs, John Strain, Muscatlne, a son, ! and' Mrs.' Strain's niece, • Mrs. Marlon Lawrence, with the latter'* husband and children, Bichard and Betty, Hollywood; Calif., arrived last Thursday to visit the former's brother Jos. Bestenlehner, . Mr. Lawrence IB a grape juice distributor In Hollywood. They expect to go to Muscatine today. 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert Southgate Baton Rapids, Mich., who are visiting the former's parents, the Rev, and Mrs. B .M. Southgate, Britt, were Sunday guests of Robert's sister, Mrs. Theo Herbst. Till recently Robert was in charge of the ready-to-wear department of a chain store. His plans for the future are not known here, Mrs. Lee Winslow, who has been m at her home two weeke, is elowly ^Improving. W.r. and Mrs. M. Johnson, Swest City, who hftd been he.re to help «ar? f» r fr«V went hpme Sunday. Mrs, Winslow's daughter Mre.'Har$d. Asheri Spokane, came a wegk or so ago to remain till her mother Is better. Mrs, Asber i^ remembered here as Cecije Win- BjOW. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rlst movec Jnto the east apartment of the Toung residence, on south Jones street last Thursday, Recently they sold the former Lewis H. Smith ho.me PB south ,Harlan to Dr. W. P Andrew* who is. remodejlng it for a hospital. The. apartment occupied Corwith; Iftui-tc.e Wallace and Lydte of Fenton- . , . 'j,' ,G. Ra}ier eotertainea Monday In , WrtMW W- ^grv«i W«|«^41 by the was the home of the Dr. R, H. Crawford* till test spring when they japved to Operations at the Kqesuth hos- pltar during the last w,eek included: Sena -Nelson,, Algona; Frank Mo* AJgona, strangulated heruta; Stevens., Hf BUFt, ap tpniy; Mfce R*U}y, AJgona; fcojd \\\l AUTO BODIES MADE NEW Don't be a pessimist— even if your car is'bang- ed up! We will lift its face and take out the wrinkles until it : looks as good as new . . . and we're inexpensive , . , Wm. C. Dau of Courthouse Phone 165 Friday and Saturday Specials Fancy seedless grapefruit -36e doz. Qood cooking apples, 7 Ibs. for -25c No, 10 can peacpee 4Sc No. 10 can red pitted cherries ,-53c No. £ can good stringless Breakfast cocoa, % Ib, Corn, m,eal, B Jb. sack pkg. oats, quick or yegu- —lOc __—I6o lar pregged pork. hal| or whole f HO Young jbajjy to? quarter -„ ,...9q Ib. and UP Bridal Bed Sheets Linen finish and 3-year guarantee. 72x99 onl OC 81x90 Sale l.LJ 81x90 at 3 for $3.50 42-in. Bridal Pillow Cases, 29c each Fancy Ombre Border Linen Toweling, 25c yard l&-in. Stevens Bleached, all linen Crash 18c Double Loop Colored Border Turkish Towels, 18x36 Fine Heavy Quality, 'now 15c 20x40 Large Heavy Quality, now 20c 22x44 Extra Large Size Heavy, now 25c Saxon Bed Sheets Lines Finish And 8-year 72x99 on 81x90 Sale 81x99 at 9 for 98.55 42-ln. Saxon Pillow CAMI, 25e. Good Bed i Spreads $1.00 $1.45 $2.75 $3.95 80xl05_Crinkle Cloth Spreads 80x105, Cottage Crinkle' Clpth, . 80x105 Colored Cottage Spreads 80x105 Colonial Bed Sflreads All are fast color and first. quality, 9/4 Bridal Sheeting, Linen Finish, 45c yard 42-Inch Bridal Tubing, Linen Finish, 80c yard 9/1 Saxon Sheeting, Linen Finish, SOe yard ..'In Saxon Tubing, Linen Finish, 2.c yard 81x90 and 81x99 Neponsite Sheets, 98e All qualities are, now under 3-year guarantee. Warm Bed Blankets 70x80 Single Flam Blanket* 70x99 single white Bed Spread* 70x80 Part Wool Plaid Blankets & -J <j>-£ . 70x80 All Wool Heavy Blankets First quality standard makes. More Real S9c 79c 79c 50 c 50c 36»in. White Handkerchief linen, yard Ironing Board Pad and Cover Set Infants' White Madeira Dresses Ladles' Linen Hankies, 6 for Men's White Linen Hank$ i for 86'in, LJnen Luncheon Sets, Napkins, 89c 54'in, Linen Luncheon Sets, Napkins, $1,50 36*in, Madeira Linen Lunch Cloth, $3.98 54»iu. Linen Luncheon Cloth, 79c 54x70 Linen Luncheon Cloth, $1,00 36x36 Linen Luncheon Cloth, 49c Sets and Fancy Lineni Slightly soiled and need laundering Some Real Values 39c 39c White Ruffled Curtains, pair 3 Ibs. White (Stitched Batte Colored .Border Pillow Cases Pish Cloths and Handy Ann, « fpr, Newest Wash Cloths, Muslin or bleached, new

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