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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 14, 1942
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-TRYON, OF TTTONKA.WED IN LAS VEGAS, NEV. Titonka: Easter Sunday, April B, 194% at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ti. H, Klrigsbury at Las Vegas, Nevada, Occurred the wedding « Jean Tryon, daughter of Mrs. Bes sle Tryon of Titonka and Charle Seed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Horr Beed, also of Titonka. The cere mony was performed by Rev. Ml ton of the Congregational ohurc at Las Vegas. The bride Wore a .beige suit wit beige acessorles and carried a pin rose corsage. The attendants wer Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Tryon of Bel flower, Calif. Mrs. Tryon wore navy blue suit with black and whit accessories.. The men .both wor dark suits. Tuos.-Wcd* April 14-15 Extended Run Abbott and Costello in. "BIDE IBM COWBOY" Thurs.-Fri.-Sat, April 16-18 iBIig Four Way Show Two Features, Two Serials Second Feature Margaret Lindsay ' in "CLOSE CALL OF ELLJERY QUEEN" Last of Holt Secret Service (First of Dick Tracy vs. Crime Sun.-Mon., April 19-20 Two Tops 1THE HAPPIEST HIT OF ALL! lrni SHCtnOH'. Artto UKt. Liny SIMMS • iMtiwiMidtticmMto niCYOUttt. A Mntarictn Second Feature Hopalong- Cassidy WILLIAM BOYD i. Following the ceremony a wcd- dlttg dinner was - served at the Klngsbury home by Carolyn Kennedy. Mrs. Klngabury and Carolyn are Charles Seed's aunts. A three- tier wedding caite decorated the table. Both bride and groom attended T.ltonka high school and graduated Wflth the .class of 1940. Mrs. Beed also attended Iowa State Teachers college and taught south of town this year. Charles is employed by the Vultee Alrcroft factory in California, and has been there the past ten months. They will live at 3052 Lakewood Boulevard, Bellflower. Calif. Forrest Manwiller, Titonka, Sells Oil Business to Crone Titonka: Forrest Manwiller sold hif. Standard OH truck and business Thursday to Lawrence Crone of Albert City, Iowa, who took over the job Friday morning. Mr. Man- J cr has mot decided as yet what will do so they Will stay In mka at least two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Crone have no children and have rented the house that the Manwillers are occupying but just when Mrs. Crone will come to join him is not decided. We are sorry to see the Manwillers leave town. Men's First Aid Class Dr. R.. M. Wallace and Dr. C H. Cretzmeyer are starting a ten weeks course in Red Cross First Aid available fior men every Friday evening at the high school 'building. The course is sponsored by the Home Guard and Is the same standard course given earlier this winter by Dr. Bourne and Dr. Kene- flck. 42 ROUNDS BOXING SHOW ACADEMY GYM i ; Starts 7:30 p.m. Thurs. April 16 Featuring 7 Golden Glove Competitors Buy your tickets now at down-town ticket office. i Paul Hamill at Barkers- -•-...-•,•—••, .-.-•"- • "••, - ' • . i? • ' Barry's Recreation EMMA JUCHEM, KOSSITTH NATIVE, DIES AT BANCROFT Bancrofts Emma Juchem, Bancroft resident for the past seven years, died at her home Thursday, April 2, following a three-day Illness. Funeral services were held Monday morning April 6, from St. John's Catholic church at 10 o'clock. The Rev. J. HV Scholtes read the requiem mass. Burial was made in St. John's cemetery. lEmma Juchem was born May £0, 3887, In St. Joseph, Iowa, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Juchem. She was baptized Anna Mary, -but had used the given name of Emma for many years. She came to Bancroft seven years ago from Fort Diodge. She had made her living ,by doing housework since coming here fine is survived by two sons, two sisters and two brothers, her parents and two brothers preceded her In: death. The two sons are Edward of Bancroft and Julius in the U. S. army now stationed at Fort Lewis, Washington. The sisters are Mrs. Peter Capeslus of Livermore and Mrs. Matt Hentges of Algona. The brothers are Henry Juchem of Wesley and John Juchem of Bancroft. Pallbearers were Lafe Simmons, L. F. Finn, J. H. Menke, M. J. Merrill, Clarence Nemmers and Chas. Baker, Out of town relatives attending the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. Matt Hentges, Mildred and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hentges and family, Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Hentges and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hentges of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Capcsius of Rolfe, Mrs. Floyd Eggert and Henry Juchem of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. George Reding of Ottosen, Mrs. Frank Schultz of Livermore, Mrs. Joe Staudtman of St. Joe, Mrs. Mnrde and Henry Wolfe of West Bend and John Hciderscheidt and son of Burt. Uoyd Pratt spent Tuesday in I Mrs. Sophie Grattzow, Mr. and Sioux City on business. Mrs. Ralph Morgan and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt is entertaining Mrs. Frank Cruikshank went to her.knitUng club this afternoon. Barbara Jean Bourne Is spending this week In Elmore with her aunt, Mrs. Clarence Mayland. Carole Finn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Finn, has been' ill for the past week with bronchitis. Joan Goddcn spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Godden. She Is in her junior year at the State University at Iowa City. Or. M. G. Bourne will go to Lu- Verno Thursday evening to address the Progressive Woman's club On the subject, "You and Your Blood PressureJ" Mrs. MAyme Kelly returned Sunday from Chicago where she has been for the past several weeks visiting her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Joe K«lly, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pfeffer, Algona, received word that their son, Michael, Jr., recently inducted Into the armed service, has been sent to Camp Barkley, Texas. Sirs. Dale Carr of Oskalooiii returned Sunday to her home after spending a week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmyer. She is the former June Adele Overmyer. W&WX^^ LEDYABD NEWS SEXTON NEWS FOR SUPERVISOR Third District A KN <DU N C E M E N T I wish to anonunce that I will be a candidate for renominatdon for supervisor in the Third district sub» ject to the will of the democratic /voters at the June Primaries. W. S. CQSGROVE 15* ; - , REPORT, OF CONDITION , \ Security State Bank •of Algona,*In the State of Iowa, organized under the laws of the State >f Iowa; and a member of the.Federal Reserve System, .at the close of f "business on April 4th, 1942, published in .accordance with a call made by .' the Federal Reserve bank of this district pursuant to the' provisions of •the Federal Reserve Act, v ASSETS 1. Loans and discounts (including $50.18 overdrafts) :. 2. United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed ', • 3. Obligations of States and political subdivisions - ..—•• ,-.'•' . S. Corporate stocks (Including $2,050.00 stock of Federal Reserve Bank) . 6. Cash, balances with other banks, Including reserve balance, and cash items in process,' of. collection ,;.y.-, ,•-, •'•' •• ^ > 7, Bank premises owned J1&500.QO,-furniture and fixtures $2,050.00 „ .,, •-.. , $477,060.53 37,200.00 3,280.95 2,050.00 451,935.64 17,550.00 (Mr. and Mrs. David McGregor spent Tuesday in Mason City. Mrs. Henry Hawley returned to Mason City Thursday after spending a .few days at the B. E. Sanders and Dou Bolenus home. Mrs. E^arl Leadingham, formerly Mrs. Grace"Greene, spent Friday at the William Greene home. She lias been spending the winter in Calif. 'Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven returned Monday evening from a week end visit with Wilbur gteven at Kansas City, Kansas. They reported a very fine trip. The Sexton home project club was entertained at the home of Mrs.. Joseph Krieps by Mrs. Krieps and Mrs. Ed Branagan as hostesses. Roll call was answered by naming a "Problem Confronting the Youth of Today." Mrs. Fred Brot- horst presented a very interesting article on "Youth Problems of Today.'' She-; was - assisted by Mrs. Sim Bemis and Mrs.. B. E. Sanders. After, the papers a,' general discussion was held concerning the .problems of the home. Lunch was served 'by the hostesses. The Sexton Woman's Society of Christian Service held Its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Otto Neuman on Thursday, April 9. Business meeting- was conducted by Mrs< B. E. Sanders. Plans were made to have a chicken pie supper on April 21st at the Sexton hall. The menu committee appointed consists iof Mrs. Harvey Steven, Mrs. Sim Bemis and Mrs. Drusilla Noble. Devotions were 'led by Mrs. William Hartley and lesson on "One Bad Indian" taken from "Authors of Liberty" was given 1 .by Mrs. George Olson, Sr. There was' a large attendance of friends and members, Lunch was served by Mrs. Neuman, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Orville Hedrick. Deloris Gelhaus has started clerking in Brack's grocery and general store. iRcv. Frank Mathis returned to his evangelistic duties Thursday after visiting with friends in LeU- yard. Miss Bernice Vickors, Roclcford, 111., and 'Rev. Evplyn Chhmbcr- laira of Swea City visited Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. D. B. Mayer. Mrs. Glenn Behse returned on Wednesday from St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minn., where she has been confined the past month following an operation. Bernice Smith returned Thursday from Fort Jackson, Texas, where she spent several days visiting Private Claude Hagg, Private Hagg expects to leave the United States soon. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Seylar, Estherville, are parents of a 7% pound son; born April 4th at the Coleman hospital In Estherville. He has been named Lanny Ray. Mrs. Seylar was the fcrmer Marvel Drew. Among those attending the music Contest at Swea City Friday were Mrs. L, W. Wiemer, Mrs. D. B. Mayer, Supt. H. M. Granner, Marjorie Mayer and Francis Yahnke, Mrs. .Martha Gabel and Mrs. Wm. E. Stubbe. Lotts Creek News Read Want Ads— It' Payc Lusby & Giossi PRODUCTS' ASSETS, ! 13, Demand deposit^' of Individuals, partner* ships, and colorations .... ....... x ................ $499,838.63 -14. Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, «nd corporations .,.„,..„-. ........ , ....................... / (15,673:35 10. Deposits of States and political subdivisions $374,55648 17. Deposits of banks ............. , .................. „.,„£. ....... 36,939.62 18. Other deposits (certified 'and officers' checks, etc.) ....................................................... ™ ip. TOTAL pajpoejTS .. .............. , ........ .... ..... , 34, TOTAL LIABfLITJEJs (not »nclu4jn«r ' .prdinated obligations shown below) ., ..... , ^ S981V057.18 POULTRY RAISERS/ Start Your Chicks Right With $50,000.00 »7,BOO.OO 8,13677 59,786,77 Hospital New* Mrs. Clara Grimmels of FairVille -visited Friday afternoon at "the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Schal- lin. Teacher and Mrs. H. W. Behnke of Whittemore were Thursday evening visitors of Teacher and Mr.i. Wm. Schmiel. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gross, and family of Graettinger were Easter Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig. The 'Ladles' Aid society met on Friday afternoon at the Lutheran school. Mrs. Adolph Peril fyas the hostess.- Mrs. John Ruhnke of Fenton, was a visitor of the Aid.. Leonard Pompe of Pasadena, Calif., left last Monday after a two weeks' visit at the home of his mother, Mrs. Martha Plompe. Leonard is employed in an airplane factory there. Mrs. Arthur Kressin received a letter recently from her brother, Harold Schmidt, who is,,with the armed forces since last July, and now has been stationed at Honolulu, Hawaii. Everett Mittag returned home Thursday evening from Omaha, where he had been on business the past week. His slster-in>-law, Mrs, Hugo Mittag and famjly of'Trues- dale bnought him home'. IMr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl, Otto and Herman Wichtendahl and Harvey Bellinger, ter of Fentonj attended the Chicago Cub and White Socks baseball game at Fort 1 Dodge Thursday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. Alex Radig entertained at a 500 card party Monday evening at, their home. Those attending were Messrs, and Mesdames Arnold Meine, Nick Gengler, John Schallin, Wm. Boetthcer, Hr F. Mittag, Robert Dreyer, Wilfred Radig, J, Will, Ottoo Ruhnke, Wm. Fuerstenau, Martin Meyer and Donaid Radig and son, Roger and Mrs. Dora Laabs. High score prizes were won by Wilfred Radig and Mrs. Dora Laabs. Robert Dreyer and Mrs. Martin Meyer received the low score prizes. ' •Relatives and friends gathered ttt the home of M? .and Mrs, Wm. Leininger Friday evening to help Mrs. Leininger celebrate her 45th birthday. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rusch, Jr., and Mr, and Mrs. Herman Zumach of Whittemore, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Rusch, Mr. and: Mrs. Nick Gengler, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke and families and Mr. and Mrs. John Schalliu. Five hundred was played and hlgu nrizes went to John Leininger and Mrs, Arthur Rusch and low to, Nick Gengler and Mrs. Wm. Rusch. -Mrs. Qtto Ruhnke received the' travel prize, Cresco Sunday to attend the funeral of 'Mrs. Granzow's sister, Mrs. Andrew Smith. Dr. H. M. Wallace Is the official delegate from Kossuth county attending the meeting of the Iowa State Medical society in Des Moines Wednesday, Dr. M. G. Bourne and Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer also will attend. Dr. and Mrs. B, E. Leigh nt Grand Forks, N, D., spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard. Mrs. Leigh Is a sister of Mr. Barnard. They were enroute home from a medical meeting at St. Louis. Mrs. Jess Beamish and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Beamish spent Sunday at Iowa Falls where .they visited in the parental Edgar Beamish home and attended a golden wedding anniversary celebration of an aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. A, E. Latiritzen, Mr. and Mrs. Chet George and Coach and Mrs. Hanifan of Lakota went to Des Moines Mionday morning where the men will represent thr Kossuth district at the Regional Boy Scout meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Byson have returned to their home in San Diego, California, after a visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jphn Byson. They were accompanied by Mrs. Mary Harsch. who will visit her three sons all in California. CartVe |and Margaret Durunt spent Saturday in Des Moines. where the latter went to make program arrangements with Agnes Flannery, poet and composer, for a poetry festival to be held in DCS Moines the last week in May. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hilton Dr. C. C. Shierk, 'H, B., White, W. A Sharp, R. J. Harrington, Dr. F. C. Scanlon and Ed Parks were among those from Algona attending the White Socles and Cubs baseball game at Fort Dodge Thursday. Donna Dooley received word Saturday that her sister, Mrs. Harold Schuh of Oakland, Calif., had submitted to an appendectomy at the Providence hospital there last Tuesday. Her mother, Mrs. Pat Dooley of Algona, is with her, having spent the past fall and winter thei<te. Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne went to Des Moines today to attend a meeting of the Medical Service in the State of Iowa held there Tuesday night. Dr. Bourne is Chief of the Emergency Medical Service in Iowa. They will remain in Des Moines to attend a meeting of the Stare Medical Society on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. R, B. \V>lIer returned from Des Moines Saturday where Mrs. Waller went ion Thursday to visit her husband and attend the state press conference. Mr. Waller spoke at one of the sessions on the subject, "The Navy Needs the 'Press." Mr. Waller returned to Des Moines after spending the wark end. ..Forrest Twogood, who has been coaching in San Francisco, has recently joined the jiavy. He and. Mrs. Twogood are on their way to Algona where Mrs. .Twogood will remain with her parents, Mr. arid Mrs. M. P.'Haggard, while her husband goes on bo AnnapoIJs for special training. He will then be head basketball coach .at St. Mary's training center. Mrs. Twogood is the former Eleanor Haggard. Mrs. Pierre Ouellette of Seattle, Washington, and Kenneth arrived Saturday to visit Stock their father, A. H. Stock, who has been a patient in the Kossuth hospital for the past three weeks. ' Mrs. Oiiefllette, the former Bernice Stock, came by train to Sioux City, where she visited her brother, Kenneth and family for a few days beftore they 'both came to AlgoVia. Kenneth is news editor for the Sioux City Tribune-Journal, Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. August Harig were Otto Harig and Leo from Alden, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kaushagen, and Helen. Harig from Albert Lea. Minn.; Mr . and Mrs. Raymond Harig and daughter, Merle Ann, Irvihgton; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harig and daughter, Merle Ann, Irvington; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Martinf Algona; Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Mangle and Alice and Gerry of Livermore. Thei first four named are father, brother and sister and husband iof Miss Teresa Harig, who makes her home with the August Harigs. - Albert Grantow spent Thursday in Cedar Rapids attending a sales conference. Adele Herbst, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. HerBst, was 111 last week with the flu. Mr. and Mrs., H. B. White and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison spent last Tuesday in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown and Fay Meade were In Clarion Saturday attending a disrtict meeting of county agents. The tennis courts at the Athletic Park have been put in shape and are now ready for the early spring tennis players. LaVcrle Long and Jean Ouder- ian accompanied the latter's uncle, Ed Thaves to Swea City where they attended the music contest Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Pfeffer and John and Marie spent Saturday in Des Moines visiting Mike Pfeffer, Jr., who was recently inducted into the army. ....John Mahoney of North Thorlng- ton street was taken to the Kossuth hospital Sunday suffering with pneumonia. He is reported doing as well as can be expected. Mr, and Mrs. Ken Knudsen spent Saturday in Minneapolis where the former attended a meeting to discuss refrigeration priorities. He id employed at Pratt Electric. Dr. and Mrs. Lee Nugent went to Des Moines Friday to bring hack the latter's mother, Mrs. W. B. Quarton, who was returning from several months at Sarasota, Florida. Chet DcSart went to Mason City Sunday to bring Mrs. DeSart and their daughter, Judy, back from ft weeUTs visit witli Mrs. DeSart's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Green. Irene Gaitnan returned to Des Moines Wednesday after spending several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Garman. She is employed at Younkers' Salon Francois. ». Mr. and Mrs. Glen Pitcher of Burlington are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long. Mrs. Pitcher is the former Doris Long. Mr. Pitcher expects to go to the army some time soon. Mel Peterson, Jr., son of Lt, and Mrs. Mel Peterscn, is in the Kossuth hospital recovering from an attack of pneumonia. He was taken there Saturday night and is reported doing nicely. Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyers will move about May 1 to-the George Miller house on Phillips street, where the E. E. Douglas family is living at present. The Douglases are moving to Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. George Roepke are moving to Algona from Wallingford. Their son, Edward and family live here. Mr. Roepke is a retired telephone company employee and until two years ago lived in Livermore. Bob Muchey, son of Mr. and Mrs. L< S.' Muckey, was' a member of the double badminton team to win the championship of 'Dakota Wea- leyan University. He was defeated in the championship contest in the singles. : Mrs. Klwda Bonar returned home Friday from Salem, Oregon, wher she has spent the past three months with her sister. She stopped Des Moines to visit her daughtei Bonnie, who is a student nurse a Mercy hospital. • ••• ••; ; Mr. and Mrs. H. A Tuttle return ed "Monday from Perry where the; visited the latter's parents, Mr. am Mrs. G. A. Burrell. On the return trip they stopped at Eagle Grove to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grooters who formerly lived here. Mr, and Mrs. "W. J. Sigsbee of Fort Dodge have received a cablegram an1 a letter from their son, Pvt. Robert Sigsbee who has arrived safely in Ireland. The Sigs- bees are former Algonans and Robert is a grandson of Mrs. Louis Wegener of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peterson of Spirit Lake arrived Friday for the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gelgel and other friends. They attended the Geigel-Voigt wedding. Mr. Peterson is a former Kossuth county auditor and went from here to Spirit Lake where he operated a hardware .of which he recently disposed. The Henry Wadsworth estate house sold last week at executive sale for around $4,000 to A.> R. Cruikshank, who has rented the place to J. L. Richardson, who with his family will occupy it the first of May. The Richardson family have been living in the Mrs. J. L. Bonar house on North Thorimj- ft SIM SIGH SHfE« OBfSSEJ mi '&; '•'' «* Jillf 1 , -' *" * '%$ -!'P?%ii| f V ' ?] • j fc* Ii- *? •%* "3 ? v •.- Hcys fcl^J^. 1 - T'V, 4 , } ^j?'^ ?^i««a**Hs&, .»£"£*.>..* *_! r. t i.4; 1 -js? .X^i.^s &$ mm Seersucker Suit Press I4JS Poster frrigixt a sui* or Jackson tjong, son of M*. and Mrs. A. ti. tiMg, was one of the fourteen students to be pledged to Scabbard and Blade, national hon orary military fraternity. Jack ex" pects to, attend 'summer school ftL Grinnell and to be graduated in February. He has been deferred until that time because of his R O. T. C. work. Mrs. J. W. Sullivan last week hiul the cast removed from her foot after wearing It for about two months. Mrs. Sullivan slipped on the ice in front of her home early jn February, breaking her ankle Mrs. Sullivan- is one of the most active Algona, and it was some trial for her to keep off her feet for such a long time. Mrs^ Melvin .Knoll, the former Adrls Anderson, and Mrs. Ethelyn Banker, arrived Friday from Baltimore, Md. Mrs. Knoll will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson and Mrs. Banker is returning home after several months in Baltimore with her daughto, Mrs. R. M. Gill. Mrs. Banker is also the motfher of Mrs. L. F. Rice. Herbert and Howard Engstrom, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Engstrom now of Elmore, Minn., visit- Roadster Casual in light-stepping new Rhythm Step Shoes Casuals — the gayest styles of the season are here in new Rhythm. Step fashions! Soft, creamy Guernsey color leathers, Beach beige tones, whites, colorful combinations! Fashions in a playful mood. $7.95 tite 3-Step. ed friends in Alaoftf They were on theft tt&f ba6H „_ ., Tuscotf, Arizona) where Howard WUl •'? teach flying to students from Sotittt, . America and Herbert is attertdlhj a school fof sheet metal workers. Both 'boys are graduates of tha local schools, 'Harry Spongberg received ft let* ter from his son, John, last week* the first word from him in over two months. The letter, was writ* ten from "some place In Ireland" and was heavily censored. John said that "he was Well and liked Ireland, but couldn't say much more. The letter had been mailed about a month ago and showed signs of hard usage, as though It might have come through a ship* wreck. See how weightless Rhythm Treads cushion heel, arch and ball of your foot— easing each step at three strain points. .Designed for Juniors I Slacks Suit! $3.98 / specially for junior figures} New longer belted jacket ties Isoftly—blacks are smoothly tapered. Grand for defense^ duties, too. Others 10 to 18; In crisp spun rayon designed OJ CeJatiese-Rayon Clairanese Taffeta ^ A snip or two—and your slip fits -you! Just cut along the non-ravel scalloped hem that suits your height. Talon- zipped dressmaker bodice... no-ride skirt. Wide selection of colors. 92-40. •Pe». U.S. Pat, Off. $2.25 Busy, Active Peer need the comfort of d Spring means sweaters — an we have 'em. "Soft" ers, bulky cardigans. What-) ever your choiee-^-you'll flnfl it here. Newest colors, ail sizes. Long or short sleeves. H '^ti!:2( *' -.Y- <:t

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