Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 9, 1932
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tcosstrrtt Question Box Feature at Irvington Meeting ALGONA, t6WA •HMMi Irvington, June 7-The Bmbrold- 6fy club met with Mrs. M. de L Paraotia last week Wednesday There waa a large attendance ot members, and visitors. Mrs. Nels Mitchell had charge of the program Bach member contributed one question to a Question box, and members drew and answered the the The MetKodllst children me of their, work Sunday, children's dbiV program will , There will be-Songa by all ings, , and short , Will 'serve ' as - and Mra. H, H.' Pllllpa had tat week' Mr*, Phillips; H, Phillips had k'Mri.,. Phillips' .,., Mrs. H. W- Helmtck, of Kton, and slater Bvelyn. They |B * on their way to Bathervllle to ~ •-"•*- ho had college Dorothy leaves sometime !!,, another stater, Dorothy, who i! . Behind In Junior co KM teaching Ithere. Veek for France, via New Or- JaM and'the Gulf of Mexico. She rill wend the summer studying and lilghtseelng. • « l/l,b Meets In Country— I me Progressive Woman's club Iked the last meeting of the year IMMV It was a picnic at .the coun- |Fr home of Mrs. Ray,Stone. Mrs. name .. , ,— prteclUa auestlons. A flower-guessing game waa another feature. The next meet- Ing will be with Mrs. Sumner Parsons on June 29, Mrs. M. de t.. Parsons In charge ot program. Hiker Catches Many Hides— Evert Van Steenberg, Flint, Mich., Is visiting the Paul Hudsons. He Is a nephew ot Paul and la trying to jttnd, work In this vicinity, He left iFllttt a week ago Friday and arrived next day. He made the our- .hey of over 700 miles by,hitch-hiking and walked only about five miles of the entire distance. Children's Day Next Sunday— The Rev. H. English preached Sunday on the parable ot The Good Samaritan, Luke 10. A large congregation attended, Shirley Honey sang a solo, That Sweet Story ot Old, as a special number. A Children's day program will be presented at the church next Sundfey, and a special collection is to be taken. Girl U Birthday Hostess— Elizabeth Ann, daughter ot Mr. and Mra. (Elliot Skilling, celebrated her sixth birthday Friday afternoon •with a party. Twenty-eight 'little guests were entertained. Guests Cer, and Mrs. Marsha Stone 1 , euests. After reading the pro' for next year, the afternoon pent at games and music. A Iplenlc supper closed the event. Orchestra Organized— U town orchestra, with ( Milton rolto as leader, was organized Frl- from this vicinity were Phyllla Maxwell, Rolland and Thelma Spurgeon, 'Betty Roney. Mae Miller, and Shirley V. J. Schtchtl Again Laid Up— "V. J. Schlchtl has been suffering with an Injured foot on which a section of "a drag fell.. One of the prongs went deep into the left foot, causing a painful wound. June Tea Is Announced— The annual June tea has been ' night. Signed up are Mrey. Phyllis Lichty, Bvelyn Ruth Llchty,; Richard Nlver, Voss, Jack Holdcroft, Phil 'hty Jr., Hector. Kpary, and Geo. 1 They met for practice at the nnasium Monday night, when i were expected to join. i* "-OB. loses Father— he*<Rarp*h Davidsons, Mrs. Fred and A. L. Baggy left Friday „ „ {or Newton, 'III., called by «g o£ ,the serious Illness of Mr. _,._on and Mrs. 1 Krqse'a father. Bj'Daggy accompanied them to '[ his father, who has been ill for .etime. A few. hours-after they a telegram came telling v of the of Mr. Daggy's father. Bible School Teaching— renetha Jones and Ruth Rob- left Friday for Scranton for trailnlng for teachers In ^schools under, the supervision ..j-week they wutspend^two weeks Inching. The Rev. v Mr. Kenny to Scranton. ' j, r>« Daughter .'Graduated— in, eldest daughter "of" the Rev. _J Mrs. D. Lang, was a graduate t Western Union college, Le Mars, evening. * Mrs/SLang went oLe Mars with friends' Friday, and Kr..Lang drove over'Monday. Carl |las finished his first year there. Other La Verne News. Mrs, Merrill Malone, * Algona, lent last week with "her ' mother, Mrs. George Scrlbner. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph 'Allen and |Mrs. Alma King, .Manila, 111., and verle Scrlbner accompanied them ne for the summer. The women sisters. Mrs, Basil Koob, La -Fargte, Wls., jani the, children came one day last "reek to visit the former's mother, Brs, J. Northrup, and slater, , Mrs. 'rthur Blmler. They will ^als6 visit Clarence Hills, ' Fort -"Dodge, postponed, till Friday, June 23. All members of the Missionary society will be hostesses. The public Is Invited to attend. Boy's Collar Bone Broken— The small son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch has a cracked collar bone, suffered when he fell from a shed a few days ago. Other Irvington Ifews. George Gray, near Burt, was a business caller here one day last week. Mr, Gray reports he had re- cently met his mother, of Brule, Neb., at a near-by large town, and via Sioux City, where he picked up his daughter Maybelle, fe a college student, and brought hit 1 to Burt. Maybelle had been 111 the last two weeks. Mrs. Gray will spend a few weeks here and then go. to John Gray's, near Wlnnebago, Minn. : Mr. and. Mrs. Elmer Dauner, Lu Verne, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Haln spent part of Saturday and Sunday fishing at Lost Island. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fry, Mr. and .Mrs. Wlllard •Gregson, the Elliot Sklllings, and the Robert Spurgeon fished at Lost Island Sunday. All report good luck. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch, Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stlltz, Mrs. 'Robert 'Sktlllng, and the latter's son Dewey were Sunday dinner guests at Ben Potter's, Algona. Audrey Fry and Betty Mae Miller visited Sunday, at Victor Applegate's, near Corwith. Jessie Smith, Algona, was a Sunday afternoon caller at V. J. Schlchtl's, where she visited Mrs. Clifford Schrader, guest of the Schichtls. Mrs. Albert (Schrader Burt, spent a tew days last week with the Schichtls. The Aid met last Thursday at the Annex, 26 attending. A N business meeting was opened wlttOsong and closed with the Lord's prayer. Mesdames Russell Fry and A. McLean were hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Summers and their sons spent Sunday at Eagle Grove and attended a birthday dinner In honor ot Mrs. W. M Summers, mother of Austin. J. D. Mcllha^tln, Lanard, 111. brother of 'Mrs: Samuel Reaper, is visiting here. He is suffering from light Injuries suffered In a receni fall. Mrs. Charles Sankey recently re celved word' that her brother, Ira Hewitt, Swea City, was sick with pneumonia. f The Aid will meet next week Thursday with Mrs. Ben Terhune Mrs. T. E. Wickwire, assisting host ess. . v , Trucks hauling gravel from the pit west ot. Irvington'started -to re surface the Ridge road Monday.. "Cap" Smith is reported a littl Improved. He Is able to leave hi bed and sit up at times. Mrs. William Pestotnlk and thi children were Saturday visitors a Earl Miller's. John Rlley has gone to Woden t. spend a few days with a daughter. The John Hilberts, Corwith, wer ^Sunday callers at Frank Hubert's. Mrs. J. B. -Robison spent Frida at Rome Roblson's. . ST,J( WES SC the Gerald Herbenera,' Masjon Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly,' Mr. "J Mrs. Emil Anderson, arid Mes- «ies William Miller.' , B,, <' Jones. «h Colweii, WiUlanx Zentner, and win Marty attended 'a "Farm Bu- BURT BOY IS WED TUESDAY AT BANCROFT ' Bancroft,' June 7—A wedding- was solemnized at St, John's Catholic church Tuesday morning at 8:30, when Dorothy Schlltz became the bride of -Alva A. Kahler,- Burt." 'The ,Rt. Rev. J. D. Fisch officiated at the ceremony. The couple was attended toy • Esther Scliiltz, youngest sister of the bride, and Herman Kahler Jr., youngest brother of the bridegroom. The bride wore a white satin and all-over lace, ankle-length dress and a long . silk embroidered veil. She carried a shower bouquet of white roses, calla lilies, and fever-fews. Her maid's dress was star-gold flat crepe, ankle-length, with accessories to match; bouquet, salmon beauty gladiolus. After the ceremony a three-course dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents to <10 relatives and friends, liater the couple left for Dubuque and Victor, where they will spend a week. They will live on the bridegroom's farm south of Bancroft. The bride, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Schlltz,:was born and reared here, and was graduated from St. John's high school. For five years she taught the Ramsey No. 2 'school. iau Achievement day at The Maynard Spoonera got home ursday from a week, at 1 ' Chicago n Mrs, Spooner's brother, Poctor Warn Mrs, Spooi^er'^ ? mother Wurnea \yith them aixj went fln to r home at Turton, «. ' p,,*Fri4ay. wroth* Will, who-h '' en yls- t - T -..,Ji, re* to her honuTat Fairmont: one last week. Her! parents, Mr. and ft George Will, came tor'her.' ' * m Jennie LeVler is'entertaining suter, Mrs. Frank Rolling, anfl '•Rollins' daughter"^ hijspand. The bridegroom, a son of Mr. Mrs. Herman Kahler, assisted » ««u airs. Philip Balllie and son i»"" u «"- »*" i ° ™"» •" "%, all of Sylvak III. "/ r «he was born in Ne] tS&^Si^ eni m ° S h e e a was'™* *4We from the Wrt Jfotee. high I^se to Charles Fli Itlnrvl .1 • ™ T "****• W *"O" _, » t-l. _., rvtrvri -•ssagsasss K3«W5WSfi. '-^S*€r»^ niec^,' -- »s,»44 * ^ i i f \ , .W*S«L_?9- and his •father'with farming till March 1. Out-of-town relatives at the wedding were Mr, and Mrs. C, J. Heier, Lamotte; Mr.'and Mrs. Glenn Kahler, Buffalo' Center; the Ray Kahlers, Mr. and Mrs, G. D. Welhousen, and Mr. and Mrs. William Welhousen. Titonka; and Mr. "and Mrs. 'J/J. •Merfleld, Marble Rock, Mrs, Charles Flood Dies- Mrs, Charles Flood *dled at the home of her sister, Mrs. Minnie Hubbard, Waterloo, ;Sunday, May 39, and burial was made In St. John's cemetery here last week Wednesday. She was a resident of this community many years. Her maiden name was Nellie Keefe, and «he was born in Nebraska in and moved to Iowa with her <mts. She was married at Dodge to Charles Floor, and shortly afterwards they moved to Bancroft, where she made her home 12 years agp, when her husband' died. Since then she had Hved with her .sisters, Mrs, Hubbard and Mrs. Rath, of Mescher left last week Tuesday, to Cedar Falls, where they are attend ing summer school. .Thomas Mur phy Jr. and George Schumacher, o Alton, took -them down. Mr. Schu macher visited Thomas here till las Thursday.' ' ' ' : . Legion Dances Draw Crow* Xarge crowds have been attendin Wednesday ..night dances, at th pavlllbri given by McKinnoh post - ;o the Legion. The price has recentl been changed to 50c for gentleme .nd 25c for women. iLast week was taken In. Surprise for Mrs. Petergffh— . Sixty friends of Mrs. ^William 'eterson surprised her on her birth day Sunday. The Petersons live be ween Bancroft and Lakota. Other Bancroft News. Mr! and Mrs. / R.'J. Schwartz, o Prairie du Sac, Wis., are visiting a the Mrs. Mary Doyle and R. Doyle homes. Mrs. Doyle, who ha spent several weeks at Prairie d Sac with'the Schwartz family, returned with , them. Mrs. Schwartz was Mary Doyle before marriage. Evans Carmean and Francis Lonergan came home Friday from Des Hoines, where they had attended he Des Moines School of Pharmacy a year. 'Ray Brink and IJell Garry- have returned from Omaha, where they are students at Crelghton. Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Underkofler returned to their home at Belmond Sunday,'- after a week at the G. S. Underkofler , and Frank Recke'r iomes. G. S. Is'a son of the Underr koflers; Mrs. Recker, a grattid- daughter. *• ' : ••-.'., Robert W. Quinn returned Saturday from St. Paul, where he had at:ended the St, Paul Seminary a year. Cletus Allmen, Remaen, a Wend, came with him and Ja visiting at the Mrs. Bridget Quinn home. The Fred Thackers spent .Sunday at Emmetsburg with relatives) and Mr"s. Thacker's niece, Jean Berger^ 1855 _ Florence Farrow loses Appendix— (Florence, daughter of Mr. and Mr? John, Farrow, underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Wohnke hospital here last week Tuesday. Pr. J, A- Re y, «« Mrs. -^ ,^Lfc!ttN* A '-" was as Wohnke, N. Florence lron> the public high this aprtng. and Mrs. Chris NJelsoh, ipen( several days last week Mrs, B. M. Gardner an* Wohnk^ home?. Mrs. Kiel- jghter of Mrs. Gardnei of Mrs. Wohnke. She Tfce "' SEPH'S, IY, ENDS IOOUEAR Wesley, June 7—Commencement xercises of the St. Joseph school vere held at the church Thursday venlng, May 26, and Father George Wessling presented the graduates with eighth grade diplomas rom the state and from St. Joseph chool. The 15 graduates marched down the aisle as the processional was played by Slater iLydia.' They iassed beneath an arch of flowers, and took their seats In front pews. They first observed May devotions with their friends, and then listened o the address, delivered 'by the pas- or. Palmer method penmanship certificates were awarded to nine pupils at the same gathering. Graduates were 'Lucille ElsenbaCher, Wayne" Gollin, Francis Hanig, Al- >honse Hlldman, Ma'thlas Hildman, Raymond Hlrner, Gordon Loeblg, James .Lloyd, Donavan Llcktelg, Joseph Lorenz, Anna Rlchter, LeRoy Ricke, Phyllis Studer, Mildred West, Lawrence Youngwlrth. The class flower was the carnation, the class colors blue and white, the class motto He Who Labors, Conquers, A closing picnic was held on :he school grounds. This'Is Father Wessllng's annual. treat, and is attended by parents and relatives? The big feature this year'was a ball game between the boys and the men. Club Hears Mason Cllyan— The Study club held a guest day party Thursday, June 2, with Stella Mason, Mason City, as Dr. the came to Bancroft with will spend the summer them here. and Mr. Thacker operates Fred's Inn. Mrs. N. J. Merrill and his .daughter Mary, IR. N., are at Hollandale, Minn., caring for Mrs, Lee Kloclje and her babe, Mary Louise. " Mrs. Klocke was Leone Merrill before marriage. ' Margaret Millerl Mason City, spent Saturday, Sunday, and Monday with her sisters, ijrs. William Quinn and Mrs. Eugene Wolf. She is a toll operator at Mason City, The Xi. A. Toatensons, Toledo', ar$ visiting Mrs. Tcstenson's. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Behrman, They IH also visit at LHchfleld, Minn, A. J. Berens returned 'Friday <rpm Chicago, where he ha4 spent several i^ays on business. 1*9 Llndley; Chicago, caiag w 1 * 1 * W? 1 tor a Vl8itl The Paul Grames family droye, to Owatonna, Minn., Monday, and Mrs, Grames and two children are_ spend* ing this week there, Mrs. Earj'EUUot has returned to her home at Rockfprd, l\l, ,aftfr » weel? with h^r parents, Mr. an4 Mrs, G, W. Carmean. Annie'and Helen, SkjlUnff> WJn^ dora, ! 'Minn-, are visaing grandparents, Mr. and Saunders. The Hd JJef^os, guest speaker. This is an annual event, and the meeting was held at the home of the president, Mrs. A. M. Lea'se. Mrs. E. R. Swanson was assisting hostess. Guests, other than, the speaker, were Mrs. I. W. Edie, Rudd, and Mrs. Henry Looft, Seneca, former members; the Mesdames Henry Becker, Algona, Guy M. Butts, Bonstetter, Susie Gray, Kate Kennedy, Ann Kunz, Leo Hardg; and Miss Margaret Looft. Doctor Mason, who has twice .traveled around the world, gave a most entertaining account of her foreign travels, and following her. talk conducted a lively arid instructive question period. The hostess served a two-course lunch. Convltli Gospel Team Here— An unusually large evening congregation greeted a gospel team from the: Corwith Epworth League at the Methodist church Sunday night.. Basing their program on the words, "And the child grew in wisdom and stature, and In favor with God arid, man," the life and character of Washington were reviewed, being compared at every point with those of the human Jesus. Washington's home life, prayer life, etc., were touched upon. A •boys' quartet sang twice, and a trio, composed of a. girl and two boys, also sang. . . •• j .1 Vacation Bible School Planned— The, Methodist Bible study class .meets in the Lgague^rpgin this week Tuesday everting. There will be a meeting of the trustees In the League •. room . Monday evening.. A daily vacation Bible school will be held In the church, beginning Monday, .June 20, and It will,continue two weeks. Miss Pearl Steven, Sexton, .will be In charge. The children are now busy rehearsing for Children's day. The program will, be given at -the morning church hour. , New Gas Station Planned— James Hodges, !who is with the Standard OH : company, is about to erect a building for a new station in the west-end of town. ', McMurray Bros., Algona, are contractors. The material will be faced tile, and the building 14x16 feet.-The lot will be purchased \ from SwenVNelson, and is south of the paving,, nearly opposite the Preston Chapin place. It is in the northwest corner of the block, • Hopklnp Dinner Party Given— Donald Mattson, New York, ;a representative ot Karl Ehlers, Produce firm, Inc., New,.York,; Miss Margaret Beard, T>es Moines, also Mr, and Mrs. Emil Wester, Karl , and Alan, Mr. Rasmus •> Wester, and Mr, and Mrs, Ben,\Felt were entertained at a dinner party Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hopkins. AH report a: delightful time, Children to Parochial School— Mr, and Mrs, Olaf Funnemark took Mildred and Edward to Seneca Sunday, and the, chUtlren will remain to attend a Lutheran parochial school, which will be in session several weeks, Mr. and Mrs, Funnemark. will drive to Nbrthfleld, Minn.,* this 'week Tuesday; to bring home their daughter,Helen, who at' tends St, Olaf's college. Special Devotions Are Held— Special devotions are being held in St. Joseph, church this week, The Pope has asked that prayer be made during nine days, for th> eradication of. the evils of faWty and wrong standards in society; that men's hearts may be enlightened and. that What Does >- Your Car Need? they may return to the chu'rch and Its' principles- To Attend family Reunion- Mrs. A. M. Lease and her little son Burr's!! , left Monday for tJr- bana, to Visit Mrs. Lease's parents two Weeks. This. week Thursday evening they Will attend, at Spencer's Grove, at Urbafia park, a family reunion of the Burrellg, at which It is estimated 150 persona will be present. Road Machinery Unloaded— Machinery for preparing the new highway No. 60, was unloaded here one day last week and taken to Corwith, which will for a time be the base of operations. -A truck-load of large tile for culverts was unloaded here Sunday. Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kunz have a new Chrysler car. Junior flew to Des Moines with Hauptman brothers Saturday, and drove the car back. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welllk and Leo spent Memorial clay at Tama, where, at the home of mutual frlenUs, they met old friends from Colorado. Donald Mattson, New York, representing the Karl Ehlers Produce company, came last week Tuesday to visit at Emil Wester's. He will complete his visit this week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wester have been out each day, on business for the produce company. •Mira and Edna Rltschmeler, grandchildren of the Nathan Stu- ders, were graduated from the Ackley high school Friday evening, in a class of 25. Mira was valedictorian, and also won a- scholarship. Karl Wester, Mr, and Mrs. Weaver, Algona, and Margaret Beard, ;pE Des Moines, left Wesley Monday for Des Moines and Ames. Miss Beard had been a guest at the 'Emil Wester home a week. the home of his aiater, Mrs. Her- ntan Ostercamp, after a .month at Garner, running a portable mill for Otto Ostercamp. Otto had broken his arm. „ \ :Mrs. Willie Nelson, Clermont, and her three children visited her sister, Mrs. Jorgen Skow, Sunday and Monday. They also called at the Mrs. Peter Skow and Ole Flom homes. Mrs. Kenneth Ferguson, of Ames, and her two children are here for a. two weeks visit with her parents, •the Jacob Johnsons. Mrs. Ferguson was formerly Meryl Johnson. The Dawson and Swanson families, also .the Lester Leases and the Theo Larsons, Algona, went fishing at Trumbull lake Sunday. This lake Is north of Emmetsburg. Four Corner* Rolfe Goodnow has returned The Mothers & Daughters club will meet this week Thursday with Mrs. Ruble Walker, and the opening song will be My Old Kentucky Home, roll call to be answered with titles of favorite songs. A. musical program will be the feature of the meeting. The committee In charge consists of Leona Walker, Maude Robinson, and Lucille Rich. Mr. and Mrs. Quinten Bjuatrom, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bjustrom, and Mllen Bjustrom spent Sunday with relatives at and near Stratford and Boone. . In that section there is standing water. Irene Walker, Orvllle Holdren, and Mr. and Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom Spent last week Wednesday fishing at Goose and Iowa lakes. They had extra-good luck. Mr. and Mrs Achie Walker, Mrs. Edith Rich Loretta Walker, and Lewis Broesder,spent last week Monday fishing, but reported poor luck. Mrs. Edith Rich recently entertained 49 relatives and friends In honor of Ooctdr 1 HtiSselhuua and. his mother, Mrs. Anna Florence Groves, the first-named of Conrad, the last-named ; of Illinois. They came Saturday and left Sunday af- ;6fnoon. Mrs. Rich and Mrs. Groves are slstera. JUNE SiPECTAJL/g — MOTOR OIL, 8 He qt., 13-plate battery $3.49 ex.; 20-lb. fish line 50 yds. 79c, garden hose 25 ft. 99c, 18-in. lawn mower $4.49.-*-Oamble Stores. 27-39 ROYAL* DAN Thursday, June I. 0. 0. F. HALL i Price 50c couple Extra ladies 25c EVERYBODY WELCOME White's Grocery WEEK END SPECIALS Prunes, 50-60 size, 5 Ibs. 89c Ginger Snaps, 3 Ibs. 25c Crackers, best, 2 Ib. pkg. I9c K. C. Baking Powder, large 18c li " ' Lemons, large Sunkist, dozen 29c Corn Meal, 5 Ibs; yellow 9c Cocoanut, 1 Ib. sack 21c Cookies, fancy assorted, 2 Ibs 29c Bisquirk, large pkg 28c" Bacon, lean briskets, Ib. 7c 5c a Ib. for Clean Cotton Rags Department Stores What a Whale of a lot a little money will buy in this sensational • > , '• . .1 ON SALE 9 O'CLOCK Friday Coats spool cotton, black and white, large spools. ...;-,, , 300 yards ' 5c JUNE SALE Popular demands have been carefully checked so that everything included is new, desirable, and low priced. ON SALE 2 O'CLOCK Saturday Full size tea cups and 7-inch plates offered special at 5c Check the items you need and bring this advertisement with you! JUNE SALE CHIFFON H 0 S IERY featured at a lower price— 69c __JUNE SAL RAYON MESH ANKLETS Special for this event- 9c JUNE SALE JAPANESE RUGS 18x36 inch size, are values 1 Cfft at 15J*» JUNE SALE BLEACHED SHEETS A standard brand 81x90 inches JUNE SALE DECORATED TUMBLERS 6 colorful bands crystal glass, 6 for _JUNESALE WATER SETS Jug and '8 tumblers $1 New Sport Panamas $1.00 Special p u r- chase for thlp even t. The smartest: hats you've > ever 'seen! Smart Tub Frocks $1.98 The most remarkable 'values ever offered in volte and eyelet dresses. Girls' Dresses Novelty, print patterns in voiles, linenes ' and print cloths. 49c 98c Crochet Berets White and colors. .Perky little afairs that you wear at a chic angle. 25c 49c striped with fast colors -, SAL1 WATEE SETS Jug and 6 tumblers in fancy pattern^. paltering. Atoa fcong, W«b?t?ip <3ity,'lg ins Grase Beckner. The New Bias Slips 49c and 98c Misses and women's sizes. Printed and Span* ish Voiles 19c New pastel shades. New p a 11 e rns In quality voiles, 40 inches wide. JUNE SALE_ Past Color PRINTS 80 square construc- pricedat I 2/2C UNE SALE All Silk CREPES Plain colors, 40 inches ^ m i^. wide I I C —JUNE SALE Men's , DRESS SOX . > Featured special — 3 pair for 25c Neckwear Collar and cuff sets In new shapes and stylings for the new 'dresses. 49c 98c Rayon Und'weai Featured on special tables In fwo prlce4 groups, 25c 39c SALE OF SILK HOSIERY 'Odd lots of all silk and rayon silk hose [featured oiuspecial ' tables, 2 'pair AU silk full-fashioned hose that sold regular for ll.QO priced special AQ«» this/event fpr _.: .^.^.^ilv We've cut the pr Ice pn lace aii4 n>esh hosiery, See these • 0A M at yL^,.^,,,,,,..,.,.,, DOy Undw, Crepes Washable underwear crepes fn,plain anc! fancy patterns, Bed Spreads yqur selection from fhese new 843406' rayon. UNE SALE. WORK SHIRTS Men; Here's a ue for O7M you, they're O f C JUNE SALE, Service weight SILK HOSE The most TemarK- able,value in silk hose' HARVEST |-p«anit staN, forced brim, ^djuafc^ able band, f {h^ Men's slqes J J9fa ra »W»w|lv ™ 8^»^S|w %^ and ^™w™v* ™ f %pf "l^HR '-%.% •*.& w c , «itrj=|i^] fa

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