Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1932 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 1, 1932
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for all It's v ,_ 10 good standard nTerchaii°> » v — r- . , ever been sold tot 1 . We jfre-Mt" fill the'fte^bualnesa we can get and making P rjc& tt&te botffid to btilld up volume. 7 _ /Otm'NKW LINE OP' Women's and Girls' SILK DRESSES re the pick, of four of New York's best dress lines n d are, beautiessto behold. All the newest fall modes! |prto»- •',.••;'"•', $2.95 and $4.95 The Fall and Winter Coats Igre here, and as seeing Is believing come in and look 1'emo^er, priced at $4.95 and $8.95 •Children's cotton hose _____ joe Ifiirls' wash frocks 29c, 89c, 49c [Girls' cotton 1 and broadcloth bloomers _ lOc hoys' longies and knickers --_ i S9c [gen's and :boys' broadcloth dress shirts lZ_ 45c _ shipment J of "Dorothy Dean" Flapper Frocks ' [came in: this morning and, girls, you haven't: seen 'anything until;you've seen these Paris styled school dresses^-Nevllle's price 89 cents ^ .e can't afford to use more space to tell you of all [these bargains; so make it a point to come in and see i [for yourselves. > '/:„ ; 'S TOGGERY WHERE A .BARGAIN IS A BARGAIN ALGONA, IOWA In the 1932 Kossuth County Fair rrbecause it represents the fruits of our several pur,-,? Isuits and occupations. While visiting this exhibition . and discussing new ways and better methods by which we may. profit, we feel the need of food and : [ref^hments f.rjom time to,time. .?''.* -#• The Algonquin is a quiet, comfortable place to enjoy a good lunch. Cooling'Driiil^f f /Fine Candies. Goodi;Cigars.I ' . . ': .,-.7 *.,*. 7'.t' •.-.'.'.' -. - • . i > . ' •>' - ° 101 East Stjiei. Algona, Iowa Come to |the County Fair !• . v I • ' . .j.f- i: •'• .1 •. r -..--. . - .:! * i* • The Kohlhaas Hardware Extends;a SpeeialilMviiationHo all tb-vl , _...,; f their stoije*»nd see _ ; . f i ^ OUB HANDSOMt PARLOR HKAltRS — ft1)69.1f Cylinder tomorrow night. Mrs.:H. M..muberK entertained ><» bridge club .Friday n)fflu at three tables, and Mrs. R. H Miller won the high score. •Tames Reynolds, 8wea Friday and stayed till the D,.. C. D. Sohnnpfl. He brother -pt Mrs, Schaap. Vera fltell goes to .Sioux City this week-end to resume teaching fn the city schools. She has spent the summer with her father, Jos. Steil Mr. and Mrs. Louis "Hlntz, son Arnold, and Mr. and Mm. Edw pedagogy, iff. W«gn«*», •• who trotn Boston, is a specialist , In children's study tot piano. Dr. And Mrs. Oep. P.' Elv}dge,. r of Perry, tailed at Hugh "Herman V last, The Hermans are 'Mrs. .. Mrs. j; C. Rhode, at Is a Thursday, JillvidgO'8 uiso Perry, came with thehTand Hed Her son Dohald, employed the Merrltt Funeral-Home. Patricia Ann, 6-year-old daughter •f Mr. and Mrs. Jamee M. Moore, vas the subject of a tonslllotomy Monday. Merle, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Dennis Pratt, Was operat- •d on for the same thing the same <lay at, the Kossuth hospital, Jane Vincent returns to Franklin Park, 111., tomorrow night to teach English In high school. This will be her third year there, Franklin Park e has Harry Kmptlng, former Algonlan. Attorney and Mrs. E. C. McMahon spent Saturday afternoon and Sunday with the latter'* parents, Mr and Mrs. Chas. Duhlgg, Emmetsburg. Catherine Holland, who had been .visiting her sister, Mrs.' G. W. Still- tnnn. lert for her home a't Maxwell *"nday. She had been here several wo»l:s. The W. s.- Shirley*, Perry, stopped Tuesday night with the William .Khlrleys. They were en route home from a week with relatives at Echo Minn. ' Stlllman, Hammond, Mrs. Lacy's parental Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vincent. Clayton Sutherland, former high school coach here, and William Smith, 'former manual training '.encher, were Algona visitors last week. Mr. Sutherland has been <:oach at Mason City schools, and Mr. Smith teaches now at Detroit, Mrs. B. M. Southgnte, Britt, and - daughter Priscllla were guests fritting bills press tor a local store, fivan Flnnell stopped to push down ft few slugs, and, while he wa$ doftg so one, of the big rollers collapsed., th« rollers are her last week Wednesday and Thursday of the local daughter, Mrs. T, T. Herbst. Charles Stepheneon accompanied Mrs. Southgate and Prls- cllla to Brltt, and the Herbsts brought him home Sunday. Katharine Kain went to Clare of a composition which melts wh«h the temperature rises too high for (hem. A : heavy {hurider shower Tuesday night cooled things off; Mr. and Mrs.. W, H. Horan, Mr. and Mrs. Karel Horan, and the latter couple's baby son drove to Monroe, Wls., Friday to visit relatives. They .were met there by two Green Bay brothers of Mrs. Karel Horan, and she and the baby went home with them for a month's Visit, the rest returning Monday. Ida Peterson accompanied the party to Rockford, 111., for two weeks with her sister Eva, who is in the employ of a bank receiver there. A; Hutchison and Tom Trenary, Ms Oakdale farm tenant east of Burt, drove to Philip, S. D., a week ago and bought 90-odd yearling cattle to feed out for the market. The cattle arrived Sunday, and they are a likely-looking lot. There is a big crib of last year's corn to feed them with. At Philip Mr. Hutchison renewed acquaintance with the G. G. Wheelers, who lived at Burt 30 years ago. He also met John Frankl who was there on a like mission. Mr. and Mrs. T. 'P. Harrington and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dewel spent Friday at Goldfield, where they attended the annual Boone valley old settlers' picnic. Mr. Harrington/ who i Mrs. Lee .._ ^_^ ind.. is expected early next week for' n visit at her brother, H. M. Vln- son's. «he Is the former Helen ViiiKon. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. 'Lacy spent Friday and Saturday at Des Molnes. They went to Audubon Tuesday for a week at home. Mrs. Earl Moore and her baby son. David Earl, nre expected home this week-end, after threp weeks with Mrs. Moore's parents at De- KaJb, 111. George T-PC. pharnncist nt an uncle's drug .--.'.oro at Port Doclge, CHnif home 'Saturday for the week- era with Mrs. Free and the dnush- ,U-:- "-uzanne. * Amelia Arndorfer, R. N., her sis- -tor Dean, St. Benedict, and Meta Gade, ,,R_, N.,,,.left Tuesday for a Week at The Delis'. "They are' nurses it -the Kossuth- hospital. Robert Parker,' Des Molnes,- went me Monday,'- after a week . with s aunt and uncle, Mr. and ' Mrs. H. 13. Sorstedt. Bernard Yeoman wont with him for a week's visit. "Put" Cavanaugh, who has made Duiuth his home for, many years, c-;nr> Saturday to visit his mother, M>H. Catherine Cavanaugh. Till re- cently.he was a clerk in q. Duiuth ir-tel. . .Mr. and Mrs. T. ,1. Vincent left k'r.s-lnrday for Cedar Rapids to live "ith their (laughter, Mrs. O. W. Lawrence. Mr. .Vincent Is Interested with his son-in-law in a fox farm there. . ' J. M. Moore and D. Wane R. Colins returned Monday night from St. Paul, where they had gone Sunday to visit the former's sister, Mrs. P. A. McMillan, who has been sick a 'ew months. .The Fred Skinners, Springfield, 111., came Monday for a'week with Fred's mother, Mrs. E. J. Skinner, and other local relatives. Fred is still with the Illinois state insurance department. . . . '. James Gilbride, who* underwent a major operation at the'; state university hospital at Iowa City recently, '.; is reported' gaining slo\yiy.' His sister 'Mamig'arid his , brother Wrh; TI. "are with ..him. ' •''• , Mrs. Chris ^chrnidt, West B.end', was operated 'on/ for.^gall.' bladder trouble at the Koseuth hospital Sunday. . Mrs. Jas. Olson,' : .'also West Bend, entered the hp^pi.tal.for.treat- '• - • Monday to teach English and Latin ' wns reared in the Clarlon-Dows-Bel- In an academy.. She is. a graduate ! mont ' neighborhood, was impressed of the Algona high school and of the ' tor a ' s P eech <* n tn ° afternoon -pro- University of Wisconsin, and for , Bram ' and on flve minutes' notice the last year here had been assist- ' save an excellent talk In which he ant librarian. Her parents, Mr. and usetl m any pioneer Illustrations , . Mr«. Thos. Kain, took her to Clare. from Mrs ' Gm'dner Cowlee' little Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Stokes took clnsslc i Early Algona. their daughter Ruth and Thelma i Mrs - ' R - H - Spencer got home Sat- Horigan to Blue Earth Sunday, and • U1 ' t1n y from Chicago, where she had thenca the girls took a train to 'Min- ! s P ent a few weeks with relatives neapolis, after a month with their parents. Ruth is secretary to a group of doctors, and Thelma is secretary at the Blake school for boys. 'J-; f'.'ri. .' •'1 ! »'j-!*'* : ' 1 * •/«»'?''»• •• j BEST COAL RAN€K8 ON THE •AHB Ilrfl ' il ' -}.' 01. ,0yJ..Ji aas Hardware Algona ' if /"'•> S GROCERY End Special! OH / - iV lr 1 , CRACKERS-:" 19c * W~ -~w«, W , ,' cans ._,_.., Hatche ' Wvrwc »ep: -ri\ f - "~-P^ Macaroni, 3 pkgs. -- S'JlJ| fi' i i. " J<T TO<) COCOA— Mother's, 3 IP, can pr ku -3 for -Palm Oliy. \a I?? Mr. and Mrs. Scott Fi-aseY, daughter Peggy, and. Scott's sister Eleanor, left Tuesday for 'Philadelphia, where Scott is mathematics instructor in the schools and -Eleanor Is curator in an art school. They had been visiting 'Scott's and Eleanor's, parents, Dr. and Mrs. Walter Fras- and the L. C. Sewards. She came !! with William Nugent, who is spend- i! ; ing the week with his wife and chil- j i I dren, who have been here a month. Mr. Seward, now in the employ of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, is at present at Northwood, where both banks recently failed. He was formerly cashier of the First National bank here. Mrs. Harry Brown was treated for ivy poisoning at .the Kossuth hospital Friday. She. ttias/li'oisoned by "3 '.s er. several weeks. . j the" plant in a search'"" "for"* wild" The G. D. Leeses, who for the last srapes in the country. .When, one year . or two have occupied the downstairs apartment in the Dewel estate house on east Call, are moving to Spencer, which is better located for Mr, Leese, who represents knows one has been exposed, a good way to avoid poisoning is to wash ! the parts with gasoline—away from | a fire, of course. One who has su£- ! fered says that in mild cases, the the Champlin Re-fining Co. in north- j itching is relieved for up : to a day west Iowa. The apartment is for rent, furnished or unfurnished. The. Laird Duncans left for Westfield, N. J., yesterday, after two months here with Mrs. Duncan's mother, Mrs. George H. Free. They at a time by immersion .in, ho.t water saturated with common baking soda. . . -:..,.','. tyx Algona youths—Lloyd Pratt, Vernon Kohlhaas, William Kain, Bob McCullough, ' Bernard Yeoman; merit the same dayv^, Mrs, Margaret pHJpii'Valnd Mr., and Mrs, B. O.; Kosf,-- b6th'i'.'.cquple4; ot Newton, were week-enci ':gueets ; . of the W. G. McCulloughs. Mrs. Dillon, a sister of Mrs; McXJuilough, is'rec- order in Jasper county. L. C. Reding is -.now manager of the new Royal 400 oil station; 'Just south of the Kossuth"' County : S^ate bank building: He began -work Monday. .'An.announcement c elsewhere 1^/^^KffK 1 H Mrs. c H;:.)Cj-i. F|red<*i!(;k an three c^'OdrpAiisipeintij'iapt wee! Mna.,. Predeiriclt's ^pstfents at Palls; . -Mrc;iFi^Serick drove Saturday. and v the family retUl *orae, with him S.unday. . (^ cflfforl^Tmier, OrpvlHe, arrived Tuesday 'to = visit 'Mr, 1 ' Mrs.. ; 'W, H. 'Horan. He left Al«(ona 16-years ago. ^rjieR-h^-,liye4 lipsre he was.in the ,etnpioy; p(,Mr.^°ranj He ridw hae a .p'oultry • ranch. ..:\ : •'• .Helen . L*ake, Exlra, went i.hbme Monday, after a w«ek with ,I»ori8 tang. Buth Crabb, .Mason /City, went home Saturday,-, a^so after, ,a vleit .with Doris... The three :,-«irte ire'iGrinn^li college' ifriends. j u •. Mr. lind Mra!) W- K; Laird'dr,oye to Marshalltown Tueeday tp take Laird's, niece, 'Hannah Brown,, tj>ere to begin .her .third ,year of', nurfle's training. Miss Brown had be«n vte' Itlnff the Lairds several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. 1C D. James 1 -will move into the new H. W. Post tenant house on south Thorington early nejct week. They are at present living in a tenant house on , south Minnesota owned by Oliver ftf9e. Mrs. D. H. Ooeders will dptye to Ossian tomorroyv to take her mpth- er Mrs. Anna Uhlendorf l for-a few days with' a friend there, Mrs.'.M. J. Kline.' Mrs. "Uhlendorf will •!'". thenoe^ior her home at Chicago, John Barr brought Mrs, Barr topme last week Monday from Jowa, City., ^bere she had been a patient at the uxjiwnsity hospital ,^even weeks. She underwent 'a major operation and is now gaining rapidly. The W, K. Schobye, Mason, City, jipent the week-end w}th Mrs. Scfco- b/e mother, Mrs. R. B. Brown, and Mr. Schoby's mother, Mrs. JT. F- Schoby. The daughter Jean raainec! with fhe Browns for weeks- Mr, and Mrs. A. A- Moes, of Chicago came a week ago Sunday for a few weeks with their daughter. Mrs. P. B. Sheehan. Mr. Sheehan is re- two district manager here fpr the Qreat Western Insurance company, of, Des Molnes. v > ^r. and Mrs,. JoJjn Shirtey -vW, leave JJonday for .XitncoJ^i, Neb., •where John will resume etudes towards * roaster's 4«s»'?e Jn »-««'««'• at the university ,of le the son «f Cp,ui}ty WM. Shirley. can. Mr. Duncan Is athletic coach in the Westfield schools, 'and Mrs. Duncan is the former Esther IJree. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Horigan and Mrs. A. O. Adams attended the funeral of Ralph's niece, Marilyn Herrick, Lake City, Sunday. She died of blood-poisoning which arose from an injury to one of her Insteps after she was hit by a car when she was riding a bicycle. She would have b^en ten this fall, and she was' ah only child. , The T. H." Chrlschllles family ire- turned Sunday from pes . Molnee, where they spent a few days as guests of the J. S, Auners. En route home they brought Mrs. Chripchll- " were to spend a few days en route | aml Dick Post —have .helped to ad- at Chicago with a sister of Mr. Dun-•' vertise a Fonl-Chevrolet.. advertie- Ing stunt which Is, to be a county fair feature. The boys,'.with. P. J. Kohlhaas, of the Algona Chevrolet garage, as announcer, made all Kossuth towns last week as a clown or- ganizaton. A similar advertising- program will be conducted this week-end by P. E. Kent with a Ford "ballyhoo"' car. J. M. Herbst, N. V. Lowe, F. J. Mathes, M. J. Streit, A. L,. Peterson, M. J. Pool, E. J. Gilmore, M. P. Weaver, J. C.- Mawdsley, F. E. Kent, A. B. Michel, Dennis Pratt, Herman Hauberg, W. H. Godden, Eugene Murtagh, Walter Lorenz,' E. C. Hanoher', 'W. A. Foster, and Gor- dori .Dewel ha vie.'been assigned to ^represent 'the jRotiry club in ticket- fielUng, etc., at the coun-ty ''fair next week. 'Another group Will represent the Kiwanis cliib.. No charge for services is made, •; . ' Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rosewall, of Baton Rouge, -La., and their 7ryear- oM son Robert are visiting Oscar's thickening ot the walls of the colonl i mother. Mrs. Charlee Rosewall. bs For a time he"'Waa down and out, car ^ a teacher in Baton Rouge but he lias improved, though he re- university. The visitors will go mains much reduced in avoirdupois "onws aooii. The H. R,, Rosewalls, and hae to diet. Mr. Dye: is the only, Blue Earth, and Mr. and Mrs/A. B Kossuth lawyer outside of Algona. Counaell, \Ftert Dodge,'were Sunday, For many,, years he has been Swea- gl ' e « u ' ot Mrs. Rosewall, H, R. be- City's mayor. , ''.,-. I m K l* er son and Mrs. ' Counsell a The Rev. and .Mrs. Fred J. ciark j daughter. The Oscar and H. :R. got home Tuesday from a month's' Rosewalls, except the children,' went vacation at Denver, where Mrs. to >«nneapoHB Sunday for a f«w Clark's' parents live. ; C>n the, way back they traveled via Kansas The MAN — That— ',_;', ;, •• Zender & Caldirell Want To Reach —is the man with courage and brains to think for himself. He is keenly alive to conditions, and that times have changed. His mind is not shackled with pre-war ideas! He is not a slave to price and ear-splitting yells. About adjustments or exagRer- downTr in ** wide -awake, on his toes, ready to pull out or go This is the man we want to reash—he is not afraid of the truth. Times are going to get better, prices are going higher, merchan- !S?iT - C °£ mor « mone y» now is the time to buy your winter ttan ycfu les' "mother,. ; ;Mrs. Kranzi -. AY)IO ' had beeii' wltTi'a son at '..Paeadeha. Calif., since last' October! She will now spend several months with .the Ghrischilleses. •" , J. M. Dye, Swea City, was lookinsr after courthouse business Tuesday. 'For the last two years he has had Missouri. Mr. Clark says looked best of any country and Iowa they saw during' their absence. The green landscape here Is a relief from' the burned-out landscape in the -other states.- . •./ ' " ' Trie" Paul - , _ _.,. . ^ 'baytoifi,-' th« ' W, A, HouserB, Lima, and 'Mrs. B. ;J. Hous4r,"Aaa,'aH ; of''ph|o, lefVfor ' ' ' urda^ after .' a ' week '<• with nmithnsV Paul iig"a nephew. of Mrs. Kuhn,.'W.- A- ; !>er brother, Mrs. Housen her mother. A week ago Sunday the .group celebrated Mrs. B. J. Houser^B 7^tl> birthday with a,-.plc.niq..a,t Weat ' ' ' .. , . , . , 4 . Mrs. Hiix^-XWson;" Chicago,,. , and her daughter^ Elolse and Patricia ,went hsine Monday, after, a . week here and 'at Forest Pity, Mrs. Eu- g^ne Kenefick took them home and is visiting there a week or teij <^ays. Elolse and Patricia, had «pent the summer with their grandmother Olson at Forest City. Mrs. Olson, who Is now manager of an apar]tinent hotel, is the former Hazel Staley, Mrs, Walter Gorman wa» r discharged Sunday from the General hoepjtal,' wljere she ha4 been a patient two weeks, 'following an operation for Appendjeljtts. Mr. Gorman's- ' mother, Mrs. K. p, Gorman, S.' 1 D., "who" cared for the children, went home Tuesday. Mrs. Gorman's sister, Mrs. J, J. Findley, Trenton, Mo., and daughters Eleanor and Elolse arrived Monday for visit. a, short County Recorder Laura Paine Buffered a sprained leffankle Monday night, and con*equently ie taking an enforced vacation from her duties, She had driven )o her farm sputh of Burt, where she parked the car on a slight incline. After sotting out and taking a few steps she noticed that the car was backing down the incline, and when she ran towards it to put on the brakes harder ehe turned, the ankle. Mre. Lura Sanders returned Saturday from a five >yeek8 vacation. Witt; PUa.Tfeoipppon; she visjted Yellowstone Park, 960 a brother of Miss Th.obya.on at 'Lajdysmith, Wis. They raaAe days,-, . , . The George Illgs, Algona, attended a family reunion r at iSanbprn.. Sunday. A total of 73 'persona •attended. Others from Koesuth were: the Arthur and Fred lUgs and tfie ,Hf>nry Zelmeta and Alfred Redings, Bode ; the Creorge. Wagners, Ir vingtot^ ; ( tfe'e Edward and Jack ' Illga, the'- Rone? Thllses itamily, the Matt 'iHringers, and the Frank Deckers, all of > Cur- tyfl Minn.) the "tjpa, •;ilka; "rJ •Held, M»hn. ( : the' Blmer' JJes Lauahto, and Vincent Mllg familleB, and August, Charles, and Marcella Illg, all of Avoca, Minn. Th» Oeo. Berg«, . Owatonna, Minn., .the Knutsen and • Philip, mg fan»11I«s, of Currle, and- the Gepard Hlgs, Clayr tori, Minn., -were unable • IQ ' come. A. Hutchison has received another letter from Dr. John J. Mertens, of Qetty*burK, vS, C., whose flrat letter asking -"for • Information ' concerning Hutchlneon {Mrs, Matt Relb- hoff, Portland, Ore.,] was published last week. Among other things he aald: "Tour 6«nator 'Dickinson held down the '.mighty <Bat' Harrison, MiBaiesippi, in a radio debate - at Sioux City, some month»-ago'>and did a good Job of H." ' Doctor • Mertena also referred again to ..Doctor Peters, Burt, and to the Call families, Our stock is large and our prices low. Our advice is, buy now. Suits for Men and Young Men ^ 13.50 16.50 18.50 22.50 KupperheJmer Good Clothes 24,50 29.50 35.00 This store will be open every day except Algona day'in the afternoon. Come to Kossuth County's big fair September 5th to 3th. * 'i , ' Zender & Caldwell Algona's New Clothes Shop ,: : , Clothing and Shoes parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. WHlaon.J The Irwin Willsons, who came a week' ago Saturday, were en route home : from a month in 'the W-eift'- duriria:' wiich they visited Tellow- stone'Park and Irwiri's brother "Roy ' Lake; City. 1 ?rwln is a Roc'k •rsland railway postal 'clerk. Howard and his family had spent two week!* We "•isi.Jn. theien«p}oy, of the . Associated -Press at Milwaukee. Th'e Howard Willsons and Howard's parents* spent a few days at I^ake Park wKh L. G.'a only sister, jlrt/ A. H., StapJeton. • The Willson family will hold a. reunion here on >le'wf Year's day, wnen the elder Wlllpong will observe: their golden wedding. of which ,h^ had.^ often heard his i letter. Acceptedvfor. H se 'in'Fan Rau father,speak. H^added: "Herein - 1 — —'" •---•-- ••• " -• • South (Dakota we have just harvested the best small grain crops' we ever had, yet the prices will hardly pay expenses," Mr, and Mrs. Irwin WUlson, Cedar Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Willson, Milwaukee, the latter couple accompanied by a eon Junior, went home last Thursday after visjtlrtg with rnvin'o and Howard's 108 BL01TDB8 WANTED , '-: , Juat an even, nine dozen blondes who are troubled «wlth freckles aftf wanted '.by-a, nationally known consultant on eoametk-s,- to ,,use - the .•new, • delightful.; bleaching cream called Fan Rau that makes freqk'lffj pimply melt away leaving the skin gloriously:clear and smooth. This magical cream alw> removes tan in no time at -all. Anyone interested will be allowed to write a tetter tellr ing how Welcome and beneficial this amazing bleaching c^eam. A is. Each- literature will bring ito writer dollars in cash. This, is not a cpn*- test of any kind. There are< no strings' attached to this surprising and liberal offer, U means exactly what it saya. ^5 (a paid for every letter accepted and used. Anypne bothered with freckles should write the Fan Rau, Inc., Dept. 28, Suite 319, Shops Bkier., Des ijoines, Iowa, fpr full free information. KNIFE CRINOW6 SERVICE September Permanent, Our regular pem. -.$4.00 Our regular |7.50 perm. «,IO These prices*' include nepegsary prep»r*tioa for your permanent. SJJLAGt CLiTEH KIVIVE8 Thompson reinayied'at Madison for «!} this pevereaux Mrs Sanders' *t& i% Ti f ^*^'¥PW* **$ Radio Headquarters at the County Fair ''and see and hear the New RCA ridio. f^ the Tonal "Range of Radio and Music MILADY'S BEAUTY SALON Snaps z.^&$g8$8$&

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