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,* r rj.'.ra>(.t M. Jma j DATES SET FOR COUNTY CANNING DEMONSTRATIONS Twenty Schools Will be Open to Kossuth Women During May, Miss Schultz Announces During the month of May, the Women of Kossuth county will have an opportunity to attend canning demonstrations of fruits and vegetables. These are open meetings. All women are welcome and are Urged to bring their friends. Canning is one way of being patriotic this year. There is yet no definite information as to the am- Professional Cards ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARRINGTON & LOWE R. J. Harrington J. D. Low* Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QUABTON H. W. IMULLKh ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Sawyer Building Office Phorte 427 ALGONA, IOWA HUTCHISON & HUTCHISO1S ATTORNEYS AT LAW ; A. Hutchison (1862-1938) Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison Security State Bank Building Phone 251 Algona, lowt E. J. Vnn Ness Allen A. Brunso VAN NESS & BRUNSON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in new Heise Building Phone 213 Algona, la Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelh SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Hutchison Bldg. Phone 5> ALGONA, IOWA HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Hutchison Building Phone 206 LINNAN & LYNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Algona. Iowa Phone 2* Office over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldf ALGONA, IOWA " L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW (County Attorney ) Office in Hutchison Buildine PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS | J. N. KENEnCK. M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Over Rexall Drug Store Office Phone 300 Re.s. Phone 32' .ALGONA. IOWA C. H. CRETZNrEYEtt, M. D. Phono 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office in John Galbraith Bldg. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MELVIN G. BOURNE Phone — Office 197 Res. IP- Across from F. S. Norton & Son ^_ OSTEOPATHS "" DR. SHERMAN i\IEVER DSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Praetire feperial attention jriven tn nnn-sur» leal treatment of rectal disease' varicose veins and ruptun* DR. HAROLD OSTEOPATHIO PHYSICIAN General Practice •Special attention privon to disease. 1 of heart find rhost. 'Sawyer BMe.. 9 East State St. Phone 342 DENTISTS T>R. H M. OT.SON DENTIST Located in New Call Theatre Bldj Phone, Business 166. Residence 78 ALGONA, IOWA DR. O. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Hutchison Bldg. Phone 13; Res. Phone 174 Algona, lowf A. J. EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 59 Residence 85' KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in New Heise Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone 11' PAINTING — DECORATING For Good Work and Low Costs 'JTHE RELIABLE OECOUATOU!- Kermit Forbes—phone 698 Merle Webster—phone 756 Milo Rentz—phone 92-W. Typewriter Paper 500 Sheets 59c This is a good grade bond paper and will make an excellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines "Read 'Em and Reap" OUR ADS H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long disance hauling. Every" load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. aunt of canned goods to be Available in stores' this fall and" winter, but It U known that the government has taken over many of the tomato fields planted for commercial planters. The tomato.n canned will be dealt out by the government as needed. Therefore it Is up to the rural homemaker to can those fruits and vegetables she needs in order to provide adc<(uate- ty for her family this winter. At these township cannin.-; lessons, which are part of the Pood for Victory program, the use *>f the water bath canner and pressure cooker will be demonstrated, the hot pack methods will be used and preparing of fruits and vegetables for cold storage, will be dis- oussed and demonstrated. Demonstrations starting at 1:30 p. m., are scheduled as follows: May 5—Greenwood-Ramsey twps., Bancroft public school. May 6—Ledyard-Ltyicoln twc»'., city hall, Lakota. May 7—Buffalo Township, Titonka school. May 8—Seneca Township, Seneca school. May 12—Lotts Creek Township, Lutheran school. May 13—Prairie Town-ship, home of Mrs. Albert Johnson. May 14—Wesley Township, home of Mrs. Esther Skow. May 15—Garfleld Township, home of Mrs. R. B. Beringhaus. May 19—Springfield Township, Ledyard school. May 20—Fenton Township, Methodist church. May 21—German Township, home of Mrs. Calvin Schnucker. May 22—Plum Creek Township, center school. May 26—Cresco-Irvington Twps., Algona high school; Hebron Township, center school. May 27—'Union Township, Good Hope church; Swea-Harrlson Twps. Swea City school. (May 28—'Burt-Portland Twps., Burt school; Grant Township, Grant school. May 29—Whittemore Township, Whittemore public school; Eagle Township (place not definitely set). More Bonds The Dike school board has voted to purchase $7500 worth of government bonds. BEL CANTO CLUB SANG CONCERT AT LUVERNE SUNDAY Under the auspices of the Lu- Verne Woman's club the Bel Canto Club, Algona, presented a concert in the high school auditorium at LuVerfte Sunday afternoon.. Twenty-four voices constituted the concert group, assisted by local high school talent. An excellent program was given under the directorship of Mrs. C. L. Phillips and Clara Llndgren, assistant, with Mrs. Sylvia Gunn at the piano. The Program Star Spangled Banner The Cherubim Song Tsohalkowsky Spring Hlldreth Bel Canto Chorus Sylvia Gunn, piano Piano solo „ Bill Burns Quartette Selected Syncopation Club Second Symphony Alard Ave Mirta .>... Schubert Two violins Ann Jensen, Orpha Phillips Sylvia Gunn, piano Beauteous Morn ....Edward German Winkem, Blinkem and Nod Dorothy Pierce, Clara Lindgren, Opal Bourne, Frances Carmean, Alice Weber, Ada Lauritzen, Fama IJlndhdlm, Lorna Woodmansee, piano i Papillom AYIegand I Camrena Wilson Sweet Mystery of Life ....Herbert Trio—violin, Agnes Vohs, cello, Frances McMahon, piano, Sylvia Gunn The Year's at the Spring Noble-Cain Flower of Dreams '...'. Clokey Prelude ..., Ronald-Cain Bel Canto Chorus Loch Lomond _ .....Sawyer Obligate by Cecelia Sullivan America the Beautiful Bel Canto Chorus ' J\r. f ' -""" ','v „*•"" - -""M ^ W, <U<>7S' S$Xftf\*f 'l^*i *& H" '• • "? < . ,,*•**, , ' ' \ ** I* • ( > *»$$•*• ^ r "\ It ' / ' ' " * I * ' ' ' t t" ' ' 1 , ")«'' > J- „» *T. . , ' - . . : V. . ' ... JL! .If I Uf * * Algonaiu at fort Dodge O. B. S.— Aft Eastern Star district itieettng was Held at Fort Dodge Frlda evening In the high school auditor lum with Mrs. Marvel McDowel Mrs. Maxlne Walker, Chtlstlrt Michaelson, Mrs. Orpha Phillips Mrs-Pearl Potter, Mrs. Ada Nau daln, Mrs. Lora Raney, Mrs. Mllllt Klamp, Mrs. Eva Wllle &nA MM Lola Scuffham attending from Al gona: A six-thirty banquet was serv ed at the Masonic Temple by Aur ora Chapter, Fort Dodge. The meeting under the direction of Mrs Laura Shellenberger, district Instructor, Humboldt, honored Mrs Daisy Ray, Worthy Grand Matron of Ofetw^ln and Harry Dunker, Worthy Grand Patron of Cedsr Rapids. In • the opening ceremon r the Worlthy Grand Matron was presented and escorted to the East through a column and crowned May Day queen by selected Worthy Mat - ronr from the district. Mrs. Marvel McDowell, local Worthy Matron, took part in- this presentation. After the presentation of distinguished guests, Miss Christine Michaelson, Algona teacher, sang, "Brown Bird Singing," She was accompanied by Mrs. Orpha Phillips, Algona. An exchange march took place by the officers who were selected frorii the district and who presided for the initiatory and closing ceremonies. Algona chapter was honored by the selection of Mrs. Max- lne Walker serving as associate conductress^ Rev. D. R :Martln was selected to serve as associate patron, but was unable to attend Mrs. Mftdelyrt Prlebe for reservations by\ Monday. Shower for Ida Hatpin—, Mesdames W. J. Gorman, D. L. Leffert, R. A. Donovart and T. J. Halpln toer* hostesses at a linen artd personal shower honoring Ida Hatpin Monday aStferhoon. Th« party was held at the home of Mrs. W. J. Gfrrman, 121 W. Nebraska. Games were the diversion of 1 the afternoon following which Miss Hal* pin, a bride-to-be, opened mar.y lovely gifts and the hostesses served refreshments. Bob Spencer to Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Norton received word from Bob Spencer that he and a young lady from Portland, Oregon, had announced their engagement on, April 19. The wedding is to take place May i22. Bob is working in the offices of a shipyard In Portland. Me is the son of Mrs. Emily Spencer who is at resent in Pittsburgh, Pa., visiting ler sister and niece. Sewing Club Meets— Mrs. Beverly Hermanson enter- ained the members of her sew* ng club at her home this after- loon (Tuesday). The group honor- d one of the members, Mrs. H. J. "loops, with a gift shower. Mrs. _. S. Muckey was a guest and Urs. R. J. Nealy, Burt, was an ut of. town member attending. 'Archery Fans' Arrived New Shipment of Bows and Arrows Complete Line See Them at Becker Sporting Goods Store "Arch and Feel Fit" Lloyd Spear, Member Class '40, in India Union: Word has been received here that Lloyd Spear, son of Virgil Spear, and nephew of Mrs. Roy Sarchet, has reached India. Lloyd was a 1940 graduate of the Algona high school. He was stationed at Marshall Field, San Francisco, prior to his trip overseas. He is in the air corps. His mission is to transmit messages by radio from the ground to planes in action. He relates it was very hot there. A Hindu meeting that evening was to be attended. "Women Wanted" Aubrey Guyer, 'West Union farmer, unable (jo obtain men for work on his farm advertised for "two strong women to cut wood." Tues.-Wed., May 5-6 WHAT A FAMILY! They'll get you where it hurts most... Tb.urs.-Fri., May 7-8 THE LOW-DOWN STORY -CLASS GM! Plus Quiz Kids No. 2 Plus March of Time No. 10 Saturday, May 9—Double Feature ZANE GREY'S * with JOHN KIMBROUGH SHEILA RYAN Second Feature Woody Herman and Band und Andrews Sisters in "What's Cooking" No. 3 Fun for the family Saturday Midnight, May 9—Sun.-Mon., May 10-11 Technicolor Sensation James Cagney and Uremia Marshall in "Captains of The Clouds" The finest air picture to date Sorority Celebrates Founders day— (Mrs, Donald Miller was toastmistress at the annual Founder's day banquet of the Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi at the Algona Country Club Thursday night. Tables were decorated in a patriotic theme with army suitcases for nut cups, programs in shape of a United States Shield and miniature pup tent with soldier relaxing und- or them. The centerpiece was a crystal candelabra with red, white and blue candles and red, white and blue carnations. Speakers, in addition to Mrs. Miller, were Helen Chubb, 1 Dorothy Lane, Mrs. Clyde Ridenour, Jean Kinsey and Mrs Karlan Sigsbee. Following the dinner, Helen Corey, director, installed the officers for the coming year in a beautiful ceremony. Mrs. Kenneth Knud- scn, president, was in charge of the iniation ceremonies for Eloia-- Hoigland, Dorothy Lane and Helen Mo&a and for the pledging ceremonies for Janice Barta, Dorothy Day and Phyllis Parsons. Singers were Mrs. Merle Pratt, Mrs. Bob Williams, Helen Chubb an-1 Mrs Har.'an Sigsbee. Husbands and friends of the members were then invited to a dance which foll.iwcd. Plum Creek Social and Literary— The Plum Creek Social and Literary club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harry Kin^ with Mrs. Harry Scuffham assisting hostess. Mrs. C. B. Murtagh spoke to the members on Hawaii and Mrs. Madelyn Priebe read a paper entitled, "The World War of 1917-18 to Make the World Safe for Democracy." •The next meeting will ,be A special Mothers' Day event with a musical program and guest day. The meeting will be held May 13, a one o'clock luncheon at the Algona Hole). Members are requested to call Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY, ss. No. 4894 in District Court, March Term, 1942. To All Whom It May Concern: You e.re hereby notified. That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Margaret Faber, deceaced, dated June 25, 1941, having been this day filed, opened and read, Friday, the 29th day of May, 1942, is fixed for iicaring proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; ind at 10 o'clock A. M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa May 4, 1PJ2. KATHARINE MC EVOY, Clerk of District Court. By T. HOLTZBAUER, Deputy. Linnan & Lynch, Attys. 18-19-20 USED FARM EQUIPMENT TRACTOR.S One Model H John Deere with nearly new tires and cultivator One Regular Farmall on rubber tires with cultivator One F-20 Farmall on rubber with cultivator One 10-20 McCormick-Deerlng tractor. Good shape. One 15-30 McCormick-Deering tractor, good shape. One 22-36 McCormick-Deering tractor, good shape. FARMERS—NOW is the time to overhaul your binders and corn pickers. We have the mechanics, tools and necessary parts to put your machines in A-l shape to go out and do the Job. MACHINES Two No. 20 corn pickers, 2 row mounted for F-20 or F-30. 36 inch Woods Bros Steel Thresher. 8 foot McCormick Grain Binder, completely overhauled One 8" Feed Grinder One used mower. McCormick-Deering Store INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER OO. Phone 52 Walt Hail, Ugr. da Halpln to Wed— Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Halpin announce the engagement . and .approaching marriage of their daughter, Ida, to Ensign Warren Lasaer. Pensacola, Florida, sOn of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lasser, Waterloo. Thev will be married Friday, May 8th, in the Protestant chapel at the Naval Air station in Pensacola. .'* • I _ l _ m Cong'l Banquet Postponed— The Mothers and, Daughters banquet sponsored -by the Ladies' Association of the Congregational church will be held Thursday evening, May 14. The banquet was ofigtinally pllanned for Thursday evening, May 7. Mrs. M. G. Bourne and Mrs. D. P. Smith's circles are In charge of the program. Woman's Club to Meet— The Algona Woman's club will have a guest day meeting Friday. May 8, at 2:30 o'clock in the high school auditorium. The Bel Canto club, local music organization, will present a musical. The public Is invited to attend. Presbyterian Ladles' Aid— - The Ladies' Aid society of the Presbyterian church will meet en Thursday at 2:30 in the church. Hostesses are Mesdames Fred Gel- I jel, R. H. Guderlan, Paul Llnd- iolm, Martin Jensen- and Lewis McWhorter. Trinity Aid Meets— The Ladies' Aid society of the Trinity Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon tin the church parlors at 2:30, Hostesses are Mrs. Lowis Hintz and Mrs. Edward Hackbarth. Bridge-Luncheon— Mrs. J. N. Kenefick entertained a small group of ladies at a lun 1 - cheon at the Algona Hotel Wednesday. The group then went to the Keneifick home for an afternoon of bridge. Lutheran Morning Tea— /The ladies of the First Lutheran church will hold a morning tea at the parsonage Friday from 9:30 until 11:00. Hostesses are Mrs. E. K. Nlclsjjn and Mrs. G. D. Brundago. Dorcas Society to Meet— The Dorcas society of the First Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon at the church. Hostesses are Mesdames George Miller, Ben Bakken and Oliver Bakken. \V. C. T. U. Meets Wednesday— The Woman's Christian Temperance Union will hold its regular meeting at the home of -Mrs. Ed Taylor, Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. .72 7.0b 72.50 65.00 IrGSttkfr'Hd* 'Sup,'" mM,\. Cowan A'Bofy labdf '..,.»„,../ ii uv Algeria CtAlndi'y, l&ty, ,t... ,,'n io.sd F* S* Pfortdn Cwnj iridfidt /< 6>di Botsford Lambs* Go,, ttiise,.. ia.od Fuwk & Diem, mdsft S4.39 Kohlhaas ffdWe., mdse 16.36 Lafng A Muokey, mdse , 1.49 Wm. d. Dau dafage, mdse. S.ffl Harris Bros. ( gas 8.08 Skelly OH do., gas * , 1.83 Eagle Fire Ins. Co., Ind, ./,. 2488 Algona Gfenhouses. mdse 214.01 Cresco-Unldft JSJleo. Co,, Sighs fl.2fl Buff. Add. Mach. Co., contract ,. .,......., 67.00 Remington Rana Co., contract 22.615 Barker Drug Store, mdse. .. "0.32 Lyle Mathes, sign , 2,n6 W. W. Sullivan P, M., post- , age , ;.. 22.00 N. W. Bell Tele., service .... 29.04 • WATER FUND Harry Barton, salary and overtime „ 79.38 Frank- Ostrum, salary and overtime 46.53 Joe Dunn., salary ....?........;.:... "9.46 Ray Barton, salary .,„ 21.00 C. U. Pollard, salary 30.00 Ira Kohl, salary .;.,...,. 20.00 Laura Mitchell, salary ....i........ 66.00 Ernst Thell, meter s read.' i... 14.01 Neptune Meter Co., mdse. .. 20S.B7 Buffalo Meter Co., rrtdser .... 76.31 Culligan Zeolite £0., mdse. .. 10.27 Electric Dept., mdse 33.68 Matt Parrott & Sons, mde. .. 1.13 Harris Bros., gas ..*. - 11.53 Wm. C. Dau Garage, mdse,... 19.06 J. L. Richardson Hdwe. mdse. Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. GENERAL FUND A. R. Moulds, salary Cecil McGtnnis, Salary • „, Tim O'Brien, salary 65.00 Ernst Thell, expense 14.40 Harris Bros., gas 8.23 Wm. C. Dau, repairs :...; 7.89 Barker Drug Store, mdse. .. .41 Kohlhaas Hdwe., md'se 2.54 W. W. Sullivan P. M., .post. .. 1.00 'N. W. Bell Tele. Co., service 4.12 Jesse Lashbrook, salary •'.. 77.50 Elliott Skilllng, salary 77.50 Chas. Harvey, salary 50.00 John Helmers, salary 60.00 Oliver Bakken, salary 50.00 Standard Oil Co., mdse 138.85 J. L. Richardson Hdwe.. mdse. 2.35 Chrlschilles Store, mdse 4.57 Cowan Bldg. Sup., mdse. .".T. 112.20 Funk '& Diem, mdse 2.70 F. S. Norton & Son, mdse 2.60 Botsford Lumber Co., mdse... 14.10 Chas. Heard, repairs :.. 33.20 Dutch's Super Serv., labor '.70 Perclval Motors, labor .60 Kent Motor Co., mdse. 7.84 Harris Bros., gas 14.27 Viking Oil Co., gas & oil .... 17.22 Clement Oil Sta., gas & oil 29.4!i Harms Oil Co., gas & oil .... 29.59 Dr. 'F. E. Sawyer, rent 25.00 Mrs. A. M. Collinson. salary .'i 20.00 George Dettman, salary Algona U. D. M., serv. ..... Chas. E. Chubb, eng Homer Nolte, labor ..'. S.50 J. W. Neville, rent 10.42 SEWER FUND C. U. Pollard, salary 20.00 Frank Ostrum, salary , 9.10 ,'FJRE MAINTENANCE , 'Algona Fire Co.,'service .... 32.00 Kos. Motor Sales, repairs .. 49.57 Ralph Elbert, labor 7.7F Hooker Supply Co., mdse. .... 11.57 DEPOSIT FUND _, George-Morton et al, refund .. 28.15 Verner Heine, refund 1:85 G. J. McCleish, refund 5.00 Passed and approved this 30th-day of April, 1942. J. F. OVERMYER, Mayor. Attest: ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk. *«*$SMr' | -- A * ( %W;-'" ' ttyotifMo' tlier is the kind Who ' loves t6 -*• * lieaiv tiits- great ttia^ ^ . tefpiedes, she'll be so happy to receive ad- • ' ditions s to her record library, Choose - 5m*' > hiortal selections of Bach, Beethoven Debussy, Mozart, tJT|$*, ner and inftny others. ^-Jtti^f JL. -L*A. ^j f . • • V^i.1^7* jit's a gift.that.•will'stay- with her for a' long long time and give her nmny hours of jovi Bring the classics to her '-for Mother's, Bay: Choose from, our complete selections Kossuth Radio & Electric 30.00 12.15 13.00 Your Gift Problems at Kresensky's Your Mother's Day V^orries are over! .Find just the right gift for your mother at Kresensl^y's. Mother's '•DayV-' : T Special . O. E. a Will MeeT- The regular meeting of the Order of Eastern' Star will be held on Tuesday evening at the Ma>jn:nc Temple at eight o'clock. Council Minutes For iow co«t protection, u*« IXJWE BROTHERS DERBY RED BARN PAINT—and g*t extra paint in every can. H'» •o thick that Derby Red requires the addition of a half gallon of Unseed oil to e*ch Ballon of paint for the finishing coat. And remembe*. DERBY RED BARN ?AINT compare* favorably with many higher-priced paint*. U*e it for barn*, *ilo*; fence* and metal roof*—it prevent* ru*t. F.S. Norton &$9B Pluma 229 <W I.IIIIUJWJI !^^B30Bii' _ , April 30, 1942: The City Council met at the City Hall in regular session with Mayor Overmyer in the chair. The following councilmen were present: Hawcott, Harris, Kohlhaas, Fox, Huenhold and Bohannon. Building reparis for H.-A. Tuttle approved. (Appropriating Ordinance No. 571 was passed, * Appropriating Ordinance No. 571 ELECTRIC FUND L. M. Bellock, salary $ 77.50 F. C. Dailey, salary and overtime 91.80 Tom Halpin, salary (75.00 Wajter Gorman, salary 75.00 C. C. Wright, salary 05.00 Earl Bowman, salary and, overtime .,.„ ,.. A 77.10 Wm. O. Ludwig, labor 66.00 Alvis Hill, salary , .' 52.50 Ray Bartort, s'alaty : „„ 44.00 H. E. Stephenson, salary and overtime ..,„ 76.35 Chester Webb) salary and overtime , 56.03 Frank Ostrum, salary ...- 17.50 Joe Dunn, salary and overtime , 55.00 H. S. Roth, salary and overtime' 80.10 C.i U. Pollard, salary 90.QO Ira Kohl, salary 40.00 Adah Carlson, salary 80.00 Qrnat TbJdt sajary 20.43 Pet. Prod. Inc., oil 281.0S C. M. St. P. & P. .fly., fght. 406.43 Socony Vac. Oil. Co., oil 260.21 Fulton Iron Wks., eng. exp. 1392.75 Globe Mach. Sup. Co., mdse 154.42 West. «lec. Sup. Co., mdse. 768.94 The Master Builders, indse. 83.32 Mall. Iron Range Co., mdse. 173.20 North. Elec,. Sup. Co., mdse. 33-36 W. P. Alien Mfg. Co., mdse... 10.00 Terry-Durin Co., mdse 4.86 Duncan ELac. Iff*. Co., mdse. 1S.29 JDe» Moinea M»rble ft Man- 1 Ttieo. B. Robert«on prfti Cp., I radse «.«0 Baseball and Softball Equipment A Complete Line of Bats, Gloves, Mitts, Masks, Shin-Guards, Protectors, Rule Books, Score-fc,")oks, Baseballs. Softballs and Baseball Shoes , Drop in at the Becker Sporting Goods Store "Play and Feel Fit" a heavenly fragrance! For Mother on Her Day Helena rubinstein e flowers from a garden - in - the. clouds.. Helena Rubinstein's ethe- realHea veu-Sent! A roman- .tic, alluring fragrance . , enchantment for you to wear«. to give on every occasion. Heaven-Sent Eau deTpilette, 1.25,2.00,3.50. Body Powder, 1.25, Path Oil, 1.50. Cloud-qato of • Give Mother Lovely Lingerie $1.98 to $2.98 Nicest gift for Mother on her day—lovely lingerie! Choose from beautifully tailored, perfect fitting slips with dainty lace, embroidered trims. White, tearose. 34-44. ' Also gowns. f • s Full-Fashioned Crisp New Cottons .. * >. ' . The "extra" gift you want for Mother—a crisp new cotton! Well tailored/ bright and fresh—so prefty Mother will •wean them visiting too! Coat, casual styles. Prints, stripes, dots. 14-62. $1,49 to $2.98 Jewelry -f f kr»i,j Beautiful American-made Bay hose—sheer, dura and ao flattering! Reinforced, fay added weajr. gprinjr and Summer shads* i"i m'&m i*t'. ( _'.&;•; J?1 E I l'Ji/i%l:L _*>_ £_<*& '*nj**j4

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