Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1932 · Page 5
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18.1932. ••••^^•••^•^ lONTH for Unusual rocety Values tA&P Stores ! _j month 1* • «*•! event , our Ufa bfecauB* thU th we are 73 years old, _^ hearty « . . and, be- jle T « it o* not, growing anger erery-year. This nth (anditUl*. week) . ...J be a memonbla one No the life of your food et If you chop at A *P. IONA-WAND I fullStanc/ord Qualify l' '-r •.' .''.T *>- : •' A '.••''i* , : I Monte Peas IOIANT. ' • ••'•'•.• ••'• IONA BRAND NO. 2 CAN 17-OZ. CAN fOMATOES I* P FANCY PACK ; itoes . 2 NO. 2 CANS IONA BRAND CORN 22 I Monte ^prn_g? N2 IMalzConi '*&$• BBY'S WHOLE KERNEL EL MONTE WHOLE KERNEL OLDEN BANTAM <- m 9 10W-OZ. ORf» • i • , * CANS *"- OKAtt (VIGOROUS'AND;WINEY) Coffee. . / , CAN 26c I Monte Coffee LB. ,33c fclLLS BROS, OH FOLCER'S fee. . . . . LD 3Sc IONA GHEEN CUT' C - NO. 2 : CANS |AP FANCY WHOLE irecn Beans 2 SAN! 2 'NO 2 4Q«. CANS *"»• fc*P FANCY TINY OREjiN i Beans 'LTANA UF.D ley Beans 3 {S&l 17c >MONTP, ich . Van Camps Pumpkin No 2£ cans, 3 for 25c L i < * • t .<i •>'.,/* [Encore Macaroni, [Spaghetti & Noodles 6 packages for . .25c COUNTY ADVAN ALQONA, IOWA Monday night This is "Badawa" Th« Wgh scdre* were won by Mr. and Mrs. M. J.;Strelt. The Baptist Loyal Ex-Governor lte«« E*-Governof UttVW, of stopped briefly here-Friday, kifd WiU MX atid Mf 8i C .-c. with Introduced about town by meete today with Mrs. Cora Bow- The governor' hem MMI Mesdames Anna filling republican speaking date* in Lydla Sampson, assisting hostesses. , Sl | nd1 ' i y wlth-iMri. Elsie' the doctor's cousin.'"" ' ..... Lwetta Howie te again 1 af thfe' Alona Insurance Agency office 1 ; after everal weeks of vacatioii. ' •''*•'"'• The' II. N. A. club will !' give "a >Hdg 6 and "BOO" benefit party tonight at the I. O. O. P. haT " . Th< L Rev ; P - J - Braner Went 'to Es- hervllle Tuesday to attend a three- lay Lutheran pastoral conference. Mr. and Mrs. Theo Goeders went o Le Mara last week Wednesday to 'ielt friends, returning Saturday, County Recorder Laura Paine spent Sunday at Mason City, guest of her daughter, Mrs. George Free Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lenz, Buffalo Center, and a daughter were dinner eueets at the Rev. P. J. Braner's Sunday. A marriage license application was :iled yesterday by Wm. J, Farrell W.hittemore, and Hazel M. Wilson Waterloo. Tho Presbyterian women will serve a 35c public chicken. and noodles supper at the Legion hall Saturday night. ... Mr. and Mrs. George Capp,-.of 'Mabina, N. D., arrived last,', week Wednesday to vteit Mrs. Ernestlna Bast and Max Bast. -:.•;!;,•.. : 'Mrs. S. A. Poison, Esthorville,' arid. the Martin Lothrlngers, ' Moorland. were guests at the Rev. P. • J, Brai>-' er's Sunday evening. •''•'•.'.>/•..,. .Mrs. Cora Virgin, Hastings; - freb., came last week Wednesday'' to '"visit her mother, Mrs. M. E. Wdrster/a'nd' sister, Mrs. G. C. Stewart.. 1 '•"':> Mrs. G. D. Shumway ...goes... to Havelock tomorrow to ( .brjng Tv jome her son David, who has been* with his grandmother ten days. • , Mrs. George Elbert, her sister, Bernadine Barnes, Mrs. Marguerite Keneflck, and Mrs. Cldney Laird spent 'Saturday at Mason City, f Mrs. E. J. Murtagh was expected home last night from Iowa titty, where she had been for 'more than two weeks with Mr. Murtagh. : i ' ' Mrs. A. G. Body, Sac City, has. been visiting her daughter, 'Mrs.' Paul Leaverton, county H. D. '.A., since Friday. The Bodys are farmers, ] Margaret Morris, physical training iteacher in the local schools, spent the week-end with her parents at Cedar Rapids. She rooms at t>. J. Habeger's. Mrs. Clara Capesius underwent a major surgical operation at the Kossuth hospital Saturday. Mrs. -Horace Webster underwent a t.onsillotomy Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutton went to Beloit, Wte., Tuesday, called by the death of an uncle of Mrs. Button. They are expected home this week-end. • • < '•• Ruth McMahon Is expected tomorrow night or Saturday from Galva, where she teaches. Her .school will have a two weeks corn- lusking vacation. Agnes Nordstrom, R. N., who had pent 'a short vacation with her par- nts here, returned Friday to Nevada, where she is employed at the .dventist sanitarium. *-'' "-•- . Photographer A. L. Peterson at- ended a photographers' convention at Sioux City Monday. The cpnyen- lon was for photographers,^ in the northwest quarter of the .state'. ; William Speeht and Samuel Kalj.- er, the former a. meat clerk at the Johnson store, 'left Monday 'for. ibuth- Dakota to work ^qr-aptime on. .ranch owned by Kahier {family^ ;• Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Karr, TJER'E IS..A MA-N of whose activities the Algona Meth'odlst district is going to hear a great deal during the next few years — W. G. Muhleman, new district superintendent. Known as "Badawa" (keeper of the fires) In Boy Scoutdom, he likes above all to "mix It" with boys. The picture was taken when he was.considerably younger than Tie la now, but it is still a good likeness. . . heir children, Kathryri^ajid |{pbert, ; and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew I&iipen,'' Pitonka, were Sunday gi|iests .'of jthe- vomen's mother, Mrs. Jq.|inJ3^.ugh- HICAGO g\f\ Round •UU Trip OCTOBER ai In coacheg only on aJl trains. urn to reach starting* point by October 85 WEEK fare Pl«g age for Bound Trip I certain destinations" on sale Frl- Saturday and Sunday, Return 1, Tuesday foljowini' date- of sale. Tickets NOW 9» ftUe MILWAUKEE ROAD JPI^••^^^^^^^^^^^^•••^ [Market Day SALE SATURDAY, OCT. 15 In. Mrs. James ^randdaughter, Cain, came Monday night. ^ days with the latter's :fatl}ert.M.JB, Biggins and her Mary :,Ca£lier ; h{e Cain, clerk. Milwaukee railway postal brought' Arllne Dingman, 2%-year- old daughter of a sister, and the little girl will make her home with Mr. and Mrs. Sp'llles. . Margaret Habeger, attending the I. S. T. C., Cedar Falls, is expected tomorrow for a week-end visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'D. J. Habeger. Mr. and Mrs. Habeger will drive to Cedar Falls for her. This la her first year at college. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Hertlg, their children, Richard and Betty Mae, and A. V.'s mother, Mrs. A. J. Hertig, with her daughter Janet, spent Sunday with the Wayman Clossons, Mason City.' Mrs. Olosson is another-daughter of Mrs. A. J. Hertig. Mra. Maurice Cullen, Whittemore, and her children, Terence and Mary, went home Sunday, after a visit since • last Thursday with the former's sister Mrs. H. M. Smith. Mr. Cullen, who had been at Oelweln, came Saturday and .took his family home Sunday night. The Mason City Globe-Gazette last mid-week reported J. B. Altwegg. a patient at the Park hospital with a' fractured jaw, suffered last week Monday, when his car was ditched and struck a tree as he was en route to Belmond, where he is in charge of a failed bank. Donald Rhode returned to work at the Merritt funeral home Tuesday, after three weeks at Chicago, attending the Worsham School of Embalming, preparatory to taking the Illinois state board examination for embalmers. He also spent a 'few days at his home-at Perry, ' Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Way drove to Minneapolis last week Monday to attend the annual convention of'the Minnesota Photographers association. The convention headquarters were at the Hotel West. They returned last Thursday. MrJ Way owns the Algona Art Studio. Mr. and Mrs; E. P. ' Davis and their son left last Thursday for a three weeks vacation at points in Nebraska and Colorado, .with relatives. \ Mr. Davis'Is the local Western Union telegraph' operator. Dur r Ing his. absence Beulah Cotton, ol Kansas-City,' Is substituting.;' .; Mr. -and Mrs. L. Ll Bunner are jibw at Bloomfleld, where they f began operating' a restaurant Monday Mrs: Bunner is Etta, daughter of Mr. ;and Mrs, W. A. Richardson Bloomf leld is the county seat ' of Davis county, southeast, of -Des Moines, on the Missouri,line. Dr. John Keneflck goes to -Dee MM. C* D. FeUowg Honored- Mrs. Maude Free and Mrs. O. D. Stokes entertained In honor of Mrs. C. D.. Fellows Monday night. Mrs. Fellows leaves Sunday for California to spend the winter with her daughter Esther. Twelve guests played bridge, after which refreshments were served. Mra. 'A. L. Peterson won first prize; Mrs. Floyd Saunders, second; Mrs. S. B. French, the travel prize; and Mrs. Fellows received a guest prize. Each woman took a gift for the honoree which she is to open on her trip, each package being marked with the time and place where It is to be opened along the route. Daughters of America Elect— At a meeting of the Daughters of America last week Wednesday night at the Academy officers were elected: Jennie Cooney, re-elected regent; Mrs. J. W. Kelly, vice-regent; Mrs. Philip Kohlhaas,. historian; Mrs. E. J. MoEvoy, re-elected prophetess; Mrs. R. E. Kaln, treasurer; Mrs. W. A. Barry, secretary; Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, re-eleoted monitor; Mrs. W. T. Daughan, re-elected lecturer; Minnie Schick, re-elected j sentinel; Helen McEnroe, organist; Elizabeth Holtzbauer and Mrs. Josephine Stanton, trustees. Al Falkenhalner and C.""b£-' Murtagh iduflYeUto Des Moine^, ^Qn,day :; to heaV'SWa'tor Reed.. JPKeyt!anie home nex^ morning. MIJ aj\d Mrs. A. 'II. Bowihardt also /: heard the speech. '» -.• ,*\ Mrs. F. W. Wehler, her,>',4aufhter. Marie, and son Raymond spent-Sunday? 1 aW-McGregor, the,^lcli-:'!V?.«.Wer home. They took home .M/s,.. Weher's sister. Mrs, Wm. Minney, who lives there. Barber Bjelland's -, mot : her'p v "Mrs. and Carrie Bjelland, Eagle Grove, her daughter Nellie were here day. 'The latter has fpr a.. v jozen years or more been-an Eagle Grpye telephone employe: ; ,,.'.': ': ^'^ -Mrs. R. R. Kennedy .afldi;-Mf?.i George Rentz,-both of MW^aSolls, went home Sunday, aftf ; ' with the former's sister, . Sherman. Mr. Sherman came'from Traer for the week-end,: ;,:;;.-jr'' Mrs E. L. DeZellar, son" 'Jimmy, and Mrs. A. C..Willey drove to,Mankato Sunday, returningyhat night accompanied by mother, Mrs. J. P. Greele spending the week here. ..... _ : _ President Bruce Gates,, W : .the Waterloo Gates Commercial college, spoke before the high school at -the auditorium yesterday morning,, pe emphasized the effects of- -Attitude, courtesy, and pluck on «vm Mrs T. P. Harrington, Mrs. C. r, Chubb, and Mrs. W. C. Dewel went to Emmetsburg yesterday to_ attend a tenth district meeting of the Iowa Federation of Woan's clubs. Mrs. ' next Sunday to bring home Mrs. Keneflck and the new son born a week ago Saturday at Mercy hospital, Des Moines. The boy has been named John Michael., This Is the first child.. Doctor Keneflck distributed clgare In honor of the even at Monday's" Rotary luncheon. Mr. and Mr. H. F. Housh, of Des Moines, -and their daughters Joan and -Barbara Lou are spending .the week with Mrs. Housh's : parents Mr. and.Mre. L. M. Owen. Housh, who travels for the convention will be held here In 1933. Mre. H. W. Edwards entertained her bridge club last week We'dries'- day. Mrs. Samuel Evans won the high score, and Mra. D. D. Monlux, guest of the club, the consolation. After bridge lunch was served. Other members of the club are Mesdames R. W. Oliver, M. L. Qoalln, J. W. Little, Howard Hoink,- and Klelnpeter. Mrs. <3oslln will entertain next week. Mrs. R. J. Keen entertained her club Monday afternoon. Contract bridge was played at three tables, Mrs. H. M. Hauberg winning the high score. Mrs. E. C. McMahon was a guest of the club. The Get-Togethers met for luncheon and bridge Monday with Mrs. M. P. Haggard. The high score was won by Mrs. K. D. James. Mrs. Helen Norton, Monrovia, Calif., was a guest. Mrs. Samuel Smith entertained 12 women at bridge last week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. H. W. Post won high score; Mrs. Gordon Kuhn, low; Mrs. Ann Zlttritsch, the travel prize. The Methodist Bible Searchers S. S. class meets next Tuesday 'at the church; hostesses, Mesdames Brad- The ''Presbyterian Missionary, society meets with Mrs. Prank Qelgel next week Thursday. India will be the topic for study. The Methodist W. P. M. S. Will haVe a covered-dish luncheon at 1:80 thfe afternoon at Mrs, Anna March's. IN MANT PAPifliRg HEREABOUT* It cost* as high ast20o to r«Mfc each subscriber with because 'of limited clrculatlori. Advance circulation, on the trary, to such that the coat to old* about one cent per family. Nolte, Da'u, and daughter Is three Cowan, Mr Hil Bros. ' coffee company, .is meanwhile iQOklng after business In this terrl tory-. Mrs. Housh was Merle Owen Senator aAd Mrs. L. J.. Dickinson and Mrs. A, Hutchison .drove to Des Moines Sunday for a visit till today with relatives. , Mrs. Dickinson was to be a guest of .the 'Roscoe Calls Mrs. Hutchison of her sister, Mrs P. E. V, Shore. Senator Dickinson was to look after duties, elsewhere connected with the naUonal G. O. P campaign, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. ChrlschHles, their three eona, Theodore's mother, Mrs J. T. Chrischllles, and his wife's mother, Mrs. Sallle Kranz, drove to Spring Valley, Minn., Sunday to visit the H. C, .Nielanders. Mrs. J. T. Chrlschilles, who is a sister of Mr, Nielander, remained for 'a week's visit there, the rest returning Sunday night. The new Royal 400 gae . station south of the K. C. State bank building has not been In operation during the last week or so. Max ScljueN ke ' Storm Lake, who was reported last week as the new owner, cancelled his deal after Jess than a week. The owner, it is understood, is a 'Port Dodge corporation wWoh financed the builder. Walter Whitcomb and his mother, Mrs Kittle Atherton, both of Monroe, Wis., went home Sunday, after a few days with the latter's eisters, Mre. W. P- Horan aad Mrs. A. J, Keen Mr, Whitcomb brought Mrs. Karei Horan and her IJttle son, who had visited at Monroe and at Green Bay WJs., six weeks. The younger Mrs.' Koran's family lives at Green 'rinceton and other Illinois points. They went to Starved Rock and saw a deep waterway dam connecting he Great Lakes with -the Mlsssteippl .nd the Gulf, a wonderful piece of engineering. Mr. and Mrs. Richards have a. son near Princeton, and they made their longest visit at his home. Mrs. E; C. McMahon, her mother- n-law, Mrs. Nellie McMahon, and he latter's brother, Thos, Moren;; of Riverside, Calif., spent Friday at Smmetsburg -with relatives 'and .old 'rlends. They brought, the younger Urs. ' McMahonV little nephew; James D.uhigg, here for a visit till Sunday, when Mr. and Mrs. McMahon took him home. James is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duhigg, Jmmetsburg. Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews and :heir daughter Beverly ' returned Sunday from a visit since last week Wednesday .at Klrksville, Mo., where :hey'were guests of Mrs.'Andrews' Brother, Dr. H. G. Swanson, dean of :he Kirksville college of osteopathy. The doctor attended a convention at Klrksville of the American- College of Osteopathic Surgeons. During his absence Doctor Meyers, of Fenton, looked after the 'Andrews practice. The L. H. Crawfords have moved to Minneapolis, where they will op- eate a chicken ranch in the southwest eectlon of the city. iFor the last two years they have been operating the Sidney Wallburg farm across the road south from the Yankee Ridge farm northwest of town. Before that they had the Yankee . Ridge farm. L. H. is .a son of Mr. and Mrs. James Crawford, Whittemore, and Mrs. Crawford Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller, southwest of town. ', The Crawfords have 'two children. • Mr. and Mrs. Frank Riebhoff, on the Diagonal road northeast of Algona, and their son Clifford departed by auto a week ago Friday to visit two brothers and a sister of Mr. Riebhoff, and a sister of Mrs. Riebhoff,; at. or. near Portland, .Ore. They planned to be away from home three weeks. ' The eon Floyd remained at home to look after the farm, and for company . and as housekeeper G. F. Markla, Hurt, is staying with him. This Is the first time' the Riebhoffs have been , in Oregon. ' Superintendent. Parsons, of thti Swea City schools, was an Algona visitor Saturday, and among other errands secured samples of legal blanks, at the Advance office. -In leisure time Mr. Parsons has for some years studied law, and a. few months ago he passed examinations and was admitted to the bar. He has so far made _ no plans to enter the practice, 'but is continuing his studies, with the occasional assistance of his fellow townsman, J. M. 1 Dye, •the only K&ssuth lawyer not established at Algona. The Rev. and Mrs. F. H. Webster drove up from Humeston last week Monday, and Mrs. Webster ' visited old friends here Awhile Mr. Webster visited a brother at Ayrshire, coming back for Sunday. -' Humeston is .a •town of 1,000 Inhabitants In northwest Wayne county, Wayne county is south of Des Moines and borders on the Missouri-line. The Websters happened to go there because'their daughter , Elizabeth,, taught there, but she Is now the wife of a lawyer at Ottumwa. They own a home there, and Mr. •Webster busies him; Wedding Anniversary Observed— Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Oliver observed their sixth wedding anniversary last week Wednesday night by entertaining at three tables of bridge, after which refreshments were served. 'Editor and Mre. R. L. Burdine, Whittemore, won the family high score prize. Other guests were- Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoink, Mr. and Mrs. Harold-Lamprlght, Mr. and Mrs. KleinpeteV, Mr. and Mrs. C. 'L. Bliley, and Mrs. Alice Calr.y, Whittemore., Entertain at Two Parties— Mr. and Mrs. G: D. Shumway and Mr. and Mre. M. .J:..Streit entertained four couples at dinner last Thursday night and another set Friday night. A two-course dinner Was served each night at a single table centered with a bouquet of yellow flowers and .tapers, ,and 'the after- dinner hours Were spent at contract bridge. Mr. and Mrs. D.". T. Nugent won the family high score Thursday- night; Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Nugent, Friday night. ... , Six Women to Dcg Molneg— Mesdames B. A.- Thorpe, D. P. Smith, S. A. Worster, H. E. Ward, R. H: Spencer, and D. D. Paxson went to Des Moines yesterday morning for visits till Friday. Last night Mrs. !F. >F. Barker entertained in the group's honor, and this morning Mrs. E, D. MoDade, former Algon- ian, Is entertaining at This noon Mrs. Barker ley, Witham, Wheeler. The Royal Neighbors meet tonight at 7 o'clock to ballot on business matters before a card party to which both members and friends are invited. Mr. and Mrs. G. D.. Shumway entertained 12 friends at dinner .and U m P n to PROBLEMS ARE INVITED IF YOU have any printing jobs turn them over to us for .a perfect result. We will gladly advise you, without charge* on any printing problems you have. Atamre . Adah Carlson, city clerk, and Mary Mitchell drove to Des Mojnes, Saturday to attend an associattonal board meeting of Wa-Tan-Te elubs at the Fort Des Moines hotel Sunday morning. Miss Carlson te a ooard member, *nd Miss -AtttohelJ. r for 'Harrington & is president of the ^1 returned Sunday after- self with Baptist Supply work. Mr.' and Mrs. M. H. Clark are here for three weeks, while Mr. Clark helps the William C, Steele clothing store with another reducing sale. Mr, Clark Is remembered by many Algonlans as having conducted the Model clothing store In the present Zender $ Caldwell quar^ ters. After he left Algona he conducted a' Steele etpre at Spencer till it was destroyed In, the Spencer fire two years ago. He is now engaged in the store sale business. As the result of wartime Disabilities Mr. Clark now suffers from, a stiff tiack and' neck. The Clarks live a$ Hampton, Mr. Clark's old.home. Harvey 'ingham and one of his sons brought C. M. Poxsefc Redwood, City, Calif., from Des MoJnes to Algona last Thursday, and Mr, Dpx- see remained for a few days to lopH after the former WTO, H. Ingham 160-acre farm across; the road «outh from the old Lewis H. Smith farm west of the Blackford bridge, Mr. Doxsee, is the husband of the former Minnie Ingham, Many years ago he owned what is now the Momyer abstract business here, and he is now the principal owner of a large abstract concern on the coast, Before going home he was to Visit a brother who practices law and runs newspaper at Mpntleello. breakfast and Mrs Fred Kissinger will entertain at luncheon at the Younker tea room. Hallway Postal, Clerks Frolic- Local railway postal clerks and their famines, had a picnic Sunday at the Ambrose A. Call state park, 40 attending. After dinner a program was given. W. H. Freeman, W. S. Wlndell and O. S. Lindsay, retired clerks, and their wives were in attendance', and Mrsr Maude Free and Mr. and Mrs. R. E. 'V.lncent were other guests. Mr. Vincent has for many years carried the mail between the depots arid the postofflee. Farewell for Departing- Girl— Thirty young people gave Margaret Lease, high school senior, a party at the Shelter House Friday night. Hostesses were Elizabeth Foster, Margaret Vlgars, Adrls Anderson, Bernice ' Dearchs, Eleanor Keen, and Arba Dee Long. Margaret leaves today for a new home at Spirit Lake, where, she - : will enter high school. Among other activities here she has been a member of the high school band., Mrs. W. H. Lease Honored— Neighboring women numbering 18 or-thereabouts called on Mrs. W. H. Lease at her east .McGregor street home Friday afterhoon' for a farewell courtesy before ' departure of the Leases for their new home at Spirit Lake. As, a parting souvenir an electric lamp was presented to Mrs. Lease. Baptist Brotherhood Meets— The Baptist Brotherhood'met for the .first time this fall Monday, night ait the Rev. A. S. Hueser's. The program consisted of a talk by the Rev. F, J. Clark, and • afterwards officers were elected; H., -N. Knase, president; Dr, R, A-- Evans, .vice president; L. A. -Miner;: secretary-treasurer. ,,.' Woman's Club to Meet— The "Woman's club meets .tbmor- row afternoon-at 3 o'clock at .the city library. Mrs, A. A. Bishop will speak on the Ant of Living. Other Society. Mrs. Cothe, state inspector Of the W. 'R. C.j attended a meeting of the corps here last Thursday, evening at Legion hall. In ,a social hour She was presented, with a gift from the local club. Mrs. Cothe was oni the way to Emmetsburg to attend a district convention and to inspect the corps there. Thirteen local members attended at Emmetsburg, The Stove Catches fire, The firemen were caWed 'Saturday afternoon to the f', H. Holmes Jr. howp on nortb Ws^fter, where a kitchen gasoline «tove ha^d A Great One Price Group HHmM Department Stores^ Wash Frocks $1 Chic FELT HATS $[,95 Sailors Turlbahs Tilt Styles Black, Brown, Jungle Green You'll be surprised at their smartness—you'll appreciate their low. price. The newest of styles! • Misses' Women's All Wool Sweaters New round collar effects Jersey Bloomers flesh, peach and sand FASHION HIT OF THE SEASON All Wool d»f Jersey «P • Dresses . ^ Smart styles of fine spun, all wool jersey cloth. Colors blue, green, brown, wine. Smocks That are sure to please— made of fast color prints in a. beautiful range of QQ fft fall patterns Women's Silk stripe UNION SUITS 49c 25c CHILDS CO AT VALUES $3.98 Child's First quality JERSEY Bloomers 19c Child's Waist UNION SUIT'S 49c Smart Tweed Coats Astrichan trimmed, sizes 4 to 6 years, Bolivia Cloth Coats $5.69 Pile fur collar and cuffs, 8 to 14 years. Boys' Random Ribbed UNION SUITS 49e OUTING FLANNELS . Dark and light patterns 12c Men's Gray random rib UNION SUITS Rayon trim 69c MEN'S HUSKING GLOVES Heavy weight One dozen for « $1.20 MEN'S OVERALL JACKETS Blanket lined Sizes 38 to 46 _____ MEN'S WORK SHIRTS Pre-shrunk, the best made ______ 69c MEN'S JERSEY SPORT Coat. Button QQft front, 2 pockets ___,. 9OC BOYS'OUTING PAJAMAS Two-piece, button style 79c MEN'S OUTING PAJAMAS Featured at lower prices 98c / Book and Gift Shop • , • ^^P *'f Adjoining Theatre Lobby £: Starting Thurs., Oct. 1 our annual Pre-Holida Already people are thinking of ChrUtma § , only eleven w< away, , ' ' - >s - * Come in and look that will twrprife yqi

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