Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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tpf?^ ' ^mmmi*, 1932 P^SH^f 1 '* 1 ' '.' J , : . , , ^jJUJ^.^^.^,^)^ A I COW A 1) F _^ WJcPJL? SON 5 F.&NOR10N&SON A For Good Coal Call Us F. S. Norton & Son Phone 219 3 BIRTHDAYS CELEBRATED ATUJTCRNE Verne, Oct. 11—Mona Mason wna m.nof „» i «>->..n,i Q ma u.muu£ me numoEr. in "<vs guest of honor at a party at her some cases all of-the fall crop of grandfather W. B. Mason's Satur- ni'Ples has not been picked, and it day. It was her eighth birthday. '" ' ' Guests were members of her. Sunday school class and a few playmates, 11 boys and Mason, assisted by served refreshments. girls. Ruth Motia received Jennie Liohty, '• -•-.w»njj •* vii^tji v CVl B'tts. Saturday was also the birth- flay of Timothy Koonce, 4, and several of his playmates celebrate, A dinner In honor of helped him the 73rd birthday of George Kabele, of Goldfield, was given Sunday at Irvln Chapman's here. Mrs. Barbara Moseley, daughter Barbara Jane and Frances and Martha also guests. Kabele • • The .. re Yes, sure we' have nice cool mornings, and it feems very nice to get up to the breakfast table and fee the brown colored pancakes being brought in om the kitchen. Bacon, eggs ,fresh sausage, and lots of ALGONA'BUTTER should go along with it and ben use our "RICHELIEU" maple and cane, pure aple "sap," Sorghum, or corn syrup. And then to top it off with, use PURE QUILL, IAMBER" or "GOLDEN ROD" COFFEE and get a pee trip to the World's Fair. GOOD GROCERIES IN GENERAL —At— AKRE'S Phones 290 and 291 Four free deliveries daily H6 STOCK REDUCING SALE ' ' : ;•':,—._ OF ____ •• Genuine Model T Ford Parts it Half Price and Less! H you need any thing'for your Model T -Ford car or truck,-see , we may have it on our bargain counter at half price or 'less. M LISTED BELOW ABE SOME OF THE BARGAINS Wheels, pins, hubs, curtains, top decks, back curtains, top? !6, pedal pads, windshield glass, door glass, floor mats, floor back curtain glass, head lamp, fenders, dust shield, hoods, [inning boards, coll box,-starting crank, epindlea. KENT MOTOR CO. bone 431 AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa —Sales jPEEJAL OFFER 'or Candy Week SWEETEST DAY, OCTOBER 15 You can purchase a 2 lb. box of Martha Wash- tfoii Assorted Chocolates for $1.00, regular price 30, at the Algonquin. Make someone happy on Sweetest Day, Saturday, Wober 15. 1 f ' Behlmer's Confectionery 1 EAST A1GONA, IOWA Laird & McCullougli FUNEBAL DIRECTORS AMBULANCE SERVICE LjTO SIGHT Algoaa, Iowa, fj^es tt*e Price" Girl Scout Troop Organized— Girl acout troop. No. 1 has been organized by Norma (Partridge, primary teacher, who serves as captain, with Irene Geishecker as first lieutenant. The first meeting was held a week ago last Thursday at the schoolhouse, with 24 charter members. Last week Wednesday 21 of the scouts and their captain and lieutenant hiked to a pretty spot north of town on Prairie Creek, where a campflre was built, and supper served. The girls learned how to build a campflre and how to beat out a fire, before leaving. Fourteen to Federation Mesdames J. O. Mavty, W. H. Woito, H. E. Peitzke, -William Bad- dely,- I. .1-1. Benedict, J. L,. Lichty, Harold Phillips, Irvin Chapman, Ray Stone, Harold Sorenson, "William Heftl, Ed Dehnert, and Albert Hefti, with Florence Hof, represented the three local woman's clubs at a county federation meeting at Algona laet week Tuesday. Mrs. Harold Phillips was elected delegate to a tenth district convention at Emmetsburg this week Wednesday and day. Thurs- llnlly Day Jfext Sunday- Rally day services will be held next Sunday at the Presbyterian church, with a program during the usual hour for services and a special offering for missions. In the evening Esther Merkle, of the Bvan-i gellcal church, will tell the Christian Endeavorers something of her work In a mission school in . Kentucky, and at the hour for services young people who attended a Christian Endeavor rally at Spirit Lake recently will give reports. Club Meets In the Country— Mrs. Aaron Steussy was hostess to the Woman's club at her country home Friday. Ten answered roll call by naming Iowa problems. -Mrs. Martha Spooner led an imaginary trip up the Nile. Mrs. Harold Phillips played two Chopin piano solos, Valse Brilliante and Grieg's Butterfly. Refreshments were served by Hanselmans Wed 35 Years— Friends ^gave the George'Hansel mans an old-fashioned charivari 91. „„„, „.„.,„., ivayululiu their 25th wedding anniversary Oc- historian, H. A. French; to treat them in return, gave a party at their Thursday evening. Church Women Meet In Country— Sister of Teacher Sick— Irene Swenson left last'Thursday night for Chicago to 1 see her sister Myrtle Swenson, who was sick. Apples, Buds on Same Trees Near SlrV Joe St. Joe, Oct. 11—There are sev'r eral apple trees in this vicinity that are reported in full bloom. Trees at John Frideres.'-Johri Thul and John Becker's are among the number. In is unusual to see full grown apples on trees that are in full bloom. In some parts of the county the apple crop has been reported poor. The nut crop, on the contrary, is said to be good. Knowles Family In Ed Knowles, of Yamhlll, Ore., Will Knowles, of Mahnomen, Minn., and Dr. A. H, Knowles, of Des Moinos, called at Mrs. M. Hanlfan's last week Thursday. They were en route to Klrksvllle, Mo., to 1 visit their- mother, Mrs. Abraham Knowles, who is 90 years old. The Knowles formerly lived near here, and were old neighbors and schoolmates of Mrs. Hanifan. Friendly Clnb Hag Meeting— The Friendly club held its monthly meeting last week Wednesday, October 3, with Mrs. Peter Thilges. Mrs. H. Karel was assisting hostess. The afternoon, was spent at '500" with Mrs. Theresa Miller winning first prize. Luncheon was served to 20 members. The hostesses for the next meeting, November 2, will be Mrs. Wm. Metzen and Mrs. Henry Meyers. Jfeiv Bcrte Son Baptised— Mr. and Mrs. Nick Berte are the parents of a boy born lost week Friday. He was baptised John Nicholas Sunday afternoon at St.- Joseph's church. Sponsors were John Berte and Mrs. Charles Berte. This makes a family of four boys and one girl. Error Is Corrected— There was a misprint last week in the report of the baptism of William Bernard Jr., son of the Wm. B. Devlnes. The child's paternal grandmother, Mrs. Mary Devine,' of Humboldt, was godmother Instead of Mrs. Tom Devine. We beg your pardon. Iowa City, where they will recelv medical attention at the- hospital; Other. St. Joe* Matt Mergen,. Arthur, and -Flor 6nce Mergen and Mrs t .George Mer gen and small daughter Beverly, al of Dell Rapids, S. D., spent the firs of last week at John .Berte's. All re turned home Wednesday . -excep Florence, who remained for a long or -visit. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs John Berte was baptized Harold Ar thur last week Tuesday afternoon a St. Joseph's church. Sponsors wer Agnes Berte and Arthur Mergen, o Dell Rapids, S. D. • Mr. and Mrs. Maft Becker, of nea Burt, accompanied by Emma Beck er, drove to Pocahontas Sunday t< visit Sister Mary Georgine. ' Herman and Julius Becker re turned last week Monday afternoon after a nine day trip In Minnesota They report good fishing. Mrs. M. Hanifan attended the fun eral of Mrs. John Rutz at the LIv ermore Lutheran church last week Tuesday afternoon Marcella Thill is spending thl week with her grandmother, Mrs John Fuhrman, helping with t-h fall housecleanlng. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thul, newly weds, have settled in their new home on the former's father George Thul's farm. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Devine, o_ Livermore, and Mr. and Mrs. John Weydert, Algona, visited, relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hanifan, o Livermore, called on • the former's mother, Mrs. M. Hanifan, Sunday. A number from here attended the Hilbert-Eisenbacher wedding danci at Wesley a week ago Monday. Mr. and. Mrs. Matt Bormann, o St. Benedict, spent Sunday at the parental Nick Bormann's Sr. Tom Becker and sister Emma Husking Vacation Next Week- Announcement has been made by the Rev. Father Theobold that the school children will have the last two weeks in October for a corn husking vacation. Glsch Girls to Hospital- Caroline, Luella andDelores Glsch „„..„ -._„„.„,... „,„„„ „. «,„ , left last Thursday afternoon for j last week fishing in Minnesota. one day lost week at Matt Becker's, near Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann Jr were 'Sunday dinner guests at Arthur Illg's. Mrs. Theresa Miller returned home last week after several, days at Phi Roethler's. Genevleve Gisch is helping with household duties at Mrs. John Wagner's. Belinda Frideres Is spending two weeks at iPhil Roethler's in Algona Adeline Illg spent last week with her sister, Mrs. George Wagner. 'Mike Frelllnger spent a few days NEW OFFICERS INSTALLED BY TITONKA POST Tltonka, Oct. 11—At the, regular -..,. »»,..* w ..... u .i...? ,,^i 0 D^I.^U uj October business meeting at the Lucille Steussy, Poxholm, Minn., and Legion 'hall last Thursday Breen Ruth Robertson. (Post elected and installed the fol- Com-mander, Bl rowing officers: mer Mayfield; vice-commander Tom Young; adjutant, Wm. Peter son; finance, Raymond Bonacker sergeant --«-• -- «• - . ii*U »,«-»! AUllf . J.X. ^k.« A' ICI1UI1 , OCl gCttlU tober 1, and the Hanselmans decided William iRickleffl; elective executive so they board, George Higgins, John Falk home . last Miller Nelson, Ferdie Schram, (Dick Beeriken. There was no election o chaplain. Plans are being made fo the proper observance of Armistic* .a^.=E«E2~?j™ ssssj ^X'rss r^rr"" 1 " •"- "•• *°* a • box, and after a covered-dish lunch- ' ( eon a missionary . society, meetng first P.-T. A. Heethig Held— was held. — Pastor Off for Conference— The Rev. L. Wittenburg left Tuesday for Esthervllle to attend a conference of pastors of Lutheran churches in northwest -Iowa, HInlcle Brothers Lose Mother- John and Charles Hinkle were called to Carlinaville, 111., a week ago Saturday by word of the death of their mother. Uenwlck Defeats Local Nine— The high school ball team lost. 8-5, to Renwick' at Renwick Friday A return game will be pjayed here this week. Teachers Plcnlck at Park— A group of teachers had a picnic supper at Smith's park, Renwick Friday evening. Other Lu Verne News. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne. Dornberger, Huron, S. D., Mrs. Garland Dennis, Miller, S. D,;'and Marton.Oster- lous, Mitchell, S. D., who had spent week-end before last at (Dick Wer- mersen's, left for Minneapolis last week Monday, accompanied by Ler ona Ramus, who was having a week's vacation from her duties as clerk at the local postofflce. The Hugh ' Cphvells, Mrs, Lee Jlchty, and the Jerome Colwells, Livermore, • attended the funeral Friday at Ledyard of Mrs; .Floyd Jolwell, 37, who died there last week Wednesday. She was, previous to marriage, Mary Carville, of Moor^ and. Mrs. A. L. Spooner and her moth- Schaeffer, Spooner's, were Fort er, Mrs. priscilla quests at Lloyd _, , — r Dodge, from last week "Wednesday till Friday and at Georges Marty's, tlason City, from Friday till Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. I. H, Benedict vlSr ted relatives at Buffalo Center Sunday. They heard the Rev. A. G. Heddle, former Presbyterian pastor ipre, give his first sermon at the Thompson Methodist church. • Fifty-five attended a Lutheran Aid meeting last Thursday when Mrs. Gottlieb Hanselman entertained in the church, basement. The Rev. Mr. Wittenburg gave a talk on misr Ion work- , The J. S. Schult? family had a vlelt last week from Mr. Shultz's arother Andrew, Hazelhurst, N. D., who was accompanied ^ y ^* <w"~ and Mr. and Mrs. George Shultz. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Sanford - ted last week at Pontlac, Ht ^-- T - bsepWne Sanford, Ellsworth, stayed with the children during their ab- 6R.C6. Mr. and Mrs. L H. Benedict everal day* " •The first meeting of the P.-T. A was. held Monday at the high schoo auditorium, The. program consisted of reports from the d'istrlct meeting at Esthervilie and the school of instruction held.at Emmetsburg. The program consisted of the "president's message by Mrs. Stephen de Vries parent education by Mary Oesterreicher, adolescent problems by Mrs Ray Ball, the child that is different by M.rs. Howard French. Mrs. Inez Wolf-gave/a report on; the address of Mrs. Hattie'Moore'Mitchell, of Plttsburg, Kans. The superintendent, C.' A. Hoon, gave a report on the address given by Mrs, Rae Finding the Way Together. The resi of the.evening was given o.yer to a teachers' reception. Speak at Buffalo Center— . Mesdames Alice Mayfield and Sadie Denton, accompanied by Mrs Luella Schenck and Mrs. Rlngsdorf, of Burt, attended a meeting of the Legion Auxiliary at Buffalo Center Monday evening, when the county chairman, of Winnebagp . county Mrs. W, S, Gratewold, of' Lake Mills, installed new officers. There were instructive talks : by both Mrs. Grotewold and Mrs. Schenck, and Mrs, Denton conducted a modified 8,chool of instruction. The unit at Buffalo Center has a - nice? home, fully equipped. The entertaining committee served oyster stewe. H."8. Classes If aye Wteper Roasts— The H, S, juniors had a wiener roast last week Tuesday night in the Miller Nelson woods, west of town. Every junior waa*t6 Invite someone from another class, Twenty high school' students' attended, also the high school faculty, including. Soipt. and Mrs, Hoon, Coach Dunmire, his wife, Lela Stephens, Irraa Campbell, and Alene Johnson. The seniors had a similar wiener roast Friday night in, the Brown pasture,, west of town. Farewell fop Departing Pastor— •A farewell party was given Friday night in the Methodist church basement for the Rev, and Mrs. Carl EJammer, who have moved to Graet- tlnger. The Rev. Fremont Faul, new Tltonka and Doan pastor, comes from that town, where he served six years. The Pauls have four children, all in school, .the eldest 12. At the party a bedspread was presented to Mr. and Mrs. Hammer. Business Slow In California- Mr, and Mrs. Tom Winter, of California, visited last week at their niece Mrs. W. J. Dentoij's,, leaving here for points In Wisconsin and Illinois en ro,utp home, Mr. Winter operates a gas station and. reports hat gas station receipts did not fall jff till the jw$sb few weeks, toUow- inf the pjympic ganiea. the Lutheran League convention a Rockwell Sunday. Services wen held In the morning and a musica program was given 'in .the afternoon Games were played and lunch wa served. Arthur Rike was elected president. Party Honors Girl's Birthday- Last week Wednesday night surprise 18th birthday party v._ given for Edith Reynolds. Attend ing: Mildred and Fern Krant_ Edithmae Budlong, Kathryn Schram, Julia and Doris Stott, Phy dells and Loraihe F. and Lorain M. Peterson. TItonklans In Fishing .Taunt- Several Titonka men fished .. Washington Lake, Minn., Saturdaj and Sunday. They were Stephen _ Vries, Lee O. Wolfe, M. S. Craven and Mark Bacon. Stephen de Vries caught a 10-lb. walleyed pike. To Build Brick-Oarage— Dr. R; C. Ball has been tearing down his old barn. In its place he expects to build a double brick gar age and an office. H. R. Cowan, o. Algona, who expects to do the work will start Wednesday. Other Titonka News. Herbert Winter came from Swea City. .Tuesday morning joining Mr and Mrs. H. A. French, and Mrs Torgerson en route to Des Moines to hear President Hoover's speech Mr. Winter and Mr. French were members of a Legion guard of honor for the president. The Anton Pannkuks drove to Mason City Sunday afternoon to visit their daughter Marguerite, who is taking' nurse's training at the Mercy hospital. -Marguerite was graduated from the Titonka high school in 1931. Jay Budlong, son.'Arthur Jay, Os car Blanohard, and Horace Schenck attended a Masonic meeting at Al gona last Thursday evening. Every Mason attending was expected to take a young man npt a Mason with him. The Chester Lamoreuxs move<3 Sunday from the John Emerson house to the Axel Thompson house, vacated'by the An tone Pannkuks. It is not yet known who will live in the John Emerson house. Alice Pannkuk, daughter of John Pannkuk, who lives north of town has been helping' Mrs. \Andrew Pet ereon, post mistress, the last few days. She will continue to help at the postoffice, The Rev. L. G. Gartner and his son Harold spent part of last weekend here, taking care of their bees. They returned to Rowan Saturday svening. Mrs. Raymond Krantz and' Mrs. i. B. Larson entertained the) Metho- list Aid at the church basement Wednesday afternoon, clearing ?16. Walter Whjtcomb, accompanied >y Mrs, O. H, Atherton, both of ionroe, Wis., were weekrend guests at Dr. R. C. Ball's. Elsie Kuchenreuther, Rosa Ppuel- o'n, 'and Bernice! and .Stanley Laron attended a dance at Sexton Frl- a'y night. The Herb Schweppes were Cedar iapids callers a few days'last week. "ftey arrived home Friday evening. Manager Craven, of the Pannkuk oliseum, reports the sate of J44 Ickete at the dance Friday evening. The Virgil iPendergaste were Maon City business callers Saturday fternopn. Arthur Jay Budlong and Phydelis 'eterson were Britt callers Sunday vsning. Henry Dodden visited the U. B. Sodden family here this, week. The W. H, Stotta were Anjea caU- rs Sunday afternoon. ' f- "... • -•< Rode was at woj* at hi? home, tractor ana the big toe' wa.s ftoe, 7 ' ^'^ '/' ' one o| bjlf feet' got caught *. rd « «»«WM» officer; L. H. .nt^X. A «i<l *t.« VJ^T *«_» «... fl/Hllf»Tit? TV ."RV AnlmH&tav COUNTY WOMAN CHAIRMAN AT __r RALLY Lone Rock, Oct. 11—Mrs.' W. J. Cotton, vice chairman of the republican county central committee here, attended .a G. O. P. rally of the Cerro Gordo republican committee at Clear Lake this week Monday. State officers in attendance were Ray Johnson, treasurer; Mark Thornburg, secretary of" agriculture; and G. C. Greenwalt, secretary of state. Secretary of Agriculture Arthur M. Hyde, gave the address. Surprise for Mnrlow Children— A group of high school students surprised Marvin and Marvll Marlow in honor of their birthday last week Monday evening. Attending: Berneyce and Imogene Roderick, Glen and Margaret Householder, Dorothy and Evelyn Bierstedt, Harold and Russell Gross, Lola and Harlan Marlow, Maynard Genrlch, Robert Schmidt, Roy Leeper, and June Bierle. i-T. A. Meets Thursday Evening— The P.-T. A. met last Thursday evening; program by the faculty: songs, all; quartet, Misses „ .Cross, Dunn, Householder, Fish; talk, Depression, Miss Jones; piano' solo, Evelyn Behrmann; quartet, Put on Tour Old Gray Bonnet, four teachers. At a business meeting it was voted to have a school flower garden, and a P.-T. A. orchestra was discussed. MHe Sotilety Hears Program— The Mite society'met last Thursday with Mrs. W. C. Heiter, ..and af- er business a program was given: long, .all; talk, Washington as a Christian President, Elinor Elston, Burt; Washington's Religious Life, -oila. Jane Hollister; song, all, Oh Beautiful for Spacious Skies. The next meeting will be at Mrs. J. M. Blanchard's. Mothers' Club Is Organized— A mothers' club was organized last week Wednesday at Mrs. N. L. Cotton's. Officers: president, Mrs. W. G. Flaig; vice president, Mrs. 31en Sharp; secretary, Mrs. Law* _'ence Zwelfel. Mrs. Ernest Jensen spoke on children and books. Children's questions was the topic for discussion. Freshmen Hosts at Party— The freshmen gave a return party 'or the 'sophomores, the rest of the high school, and the faculty Friday evening. It was a hard times party, and forfeits were Imposed on all who went "dressed up." Two Couples Hear Hoover— Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Chrlstenson motored to Des Molnes last week Tuesday to hear President Hoover, Boll Team Loses, Wins— The Lone Rock 'ball- team was defeated by Burt on Burt's diamond last week Tuesday, 5-0. 'Last Friday Lone Rock defeated Seneca on the local diamond, 9-0. Teachers Doing Light Housekeeping Floy Jones and Juanlta Dunn moved Friday from Fred Genrlch's to the Swain property, to do light housekeeping. Bank Bunds New Corn Crib— A Davenport bank is erecting a new corn crib on the farm occupied by the Henry Kuecks, north of town. J. M. Blanchard sold the lumber. . Auxiliary WDl Meet Tomorrow— The Auxiliary meets this week Friday at Mrs. N. L. Cotton's. Other Lone Rock. Mrs. Ethel Benjamin and her sls- :er, Mrs. Clinton La Bar, motored to Buffalo Center last week Wednesday, and thence Mrs. La Bar re- :urhed to her , home at Austin, Minn., after a month here. Mattle Warner, Burt, and Mrs. E. it. Blanchard went to Cedar Falls Triday.to visit Mrs. Blanchard's son Howard, Teachers college "student, md her sister, Mrs. Laura Mantor. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. .Hulbert, Gild- den, and the C. M. Berrays, Waterr oo, spent last Thursday and Friday at J. M.. Blanchard'e. Mrs. Hulbert and Mrs, Blanchard are sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Flaig and Lilian Ackernian motored to Mason City last week Tuesday, and Mr, ilg attended an electric and acety- ene welding demonstration. Otto Jensen, Morris Thompson, and Alton and Hildreth Pettit re- ;urned (Friday from two weeks of at Star Lake in northern Minnesota. Mrs. C. Madison and her daughter Alma returned last .week Wednesday from visits with relatives' at Milwaukee and Racine, Wis. Mrs. Ethel Benjamin and her son 'ackle spent the week-end with the owner's sister, Mrs. Oliver Stow, Dolliver. , Ed Meyers, Bancroft, L. R. Rodrick, and Frank Meyers, made a luslnees trip to Mason City Satur- ay. j There will be no school here Frl- ay. The teachers will , attend a ounty institute at Algona. The John Spranks drove to Man- ato last Thursday, and Mr, Sprank eceived medical attention there. L. R. Hoderlck sold a new Chevro- et coach to Edw. Meyers, of Ban- roft, Saturday. Mr, and. Mrs. Henry Meyer, Ring- ted, were Sunday dinner, guests at H. E. Mlcha'a. Beryl Sanders will, entertain the -H Burt, Lively league this week aturday, •, The Sewing club meets this week 'hursday evening •with. Mrs. Otis Sanders. Margaret Gladstone did not at- end school a few, days laat week, eing sick. Mrs. J. A. Dunn, Alta, visited her daughter Juanita, local •teacher, Friday. The Harry Hobsons attended a amtty reunion at Fort Dodge Sunday. •Elate Willrett, Alggna, visited a ew days last week at Frank r •™.L. Wvior |»r0*** **> W leciea tne jojjowmg officers: A. w. Whlttemore, Oct. 11-WWle Her- Ra^ks, commander; E- 8. MsWhor. Post Elects Officers, Hurt, Oct. 11—The local Legion ost last week Wednesday evening looted the following officers: A. Wer, vice commander; Mike, p, », DRESS f Exquisite Fall Creations! New Autumn sleeve ideas! New high collars! New slim waistlines! New colors of rubytone, brown, green, black and white! New rough crepes! New crepes with velvet collars! New ostrich woolens. New wooly knit tweeds with contrasting scarfs! Richly Furred COATS In Two Featured Groups! THESE SMART FURS Gorgeous fur sets of Manchurian Wolf (plain or pointed) and Dymka Fox ... that will arouse your admiration! These Stunning Fabrics Choose from wonderful crepy woolens — fabrics that will look and wear splendidly! These New Fashions Models with big fur collars in new styles—exquisitely furred sleeves! LUXURIOUS FURS Huge collars and cuffs of Red Fox.. .Skunk . . . dyed Silver Fox . . . Fitch: •. Marmink . . .Manchurian Wolf . . . Oppossum! Marvelous Materials t All the smart new " srepy woolens made f by the foremost mills of the country! Superb Styles Magnificent furred cape collars . . . full sleeves. . .flattering , slim lines! Department Stores STOP Hold Ererthing! Our Fall shipment of Patricia Pats will be here in a few days. It will pay you to wait. New styles, new patterns. Beautiful pumps and ties, and oh how they do fit, If you try on a pair you are sure to buy them. Your feet are at home in these wonderful slippers. Very, very smart and stylish, yet comfortable. They are big inside and small out- sjde. r Patricia Pat is one of the top $5.00 lines of ladies' slippers on the American market today, yet you buy them at Neville's for , 12.98. All sizes, widths from A to D. • We sell standard makes, but sell them all at a discount. Our $2.48 line of ladies' slippers "ff« and M." are simply marvelous.^!! the &ew .shapes and kinds, built on honor, lots of wear and lots of style, You will not believe ypur own eyes when you see the line of novelty slippers , we are showing at $1,98, Our good old Une of comfort slippers that we always sold tor- 12.48 is now reduced *P $t.89 a p»ir, ^ t Jimmie Neville ' — -~ 9t .-*..." .1*&* \ '% V-: ,\^

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