The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1942 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 21, 1942
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Th« Algona Wpp* flM'MflttMf ifoj^ lag*. JtUr21,lM2 FENTON GIRLS 4-H CLUB HOLDS MEET ATSCHWARTZHOME (Fenton: The Fenton 'Forwards M-H club met on Thursday at the Tiome of Betty Jean Schwartz.- . Roll call, answered by the members and assistant leader was "One'Way to !Make and Keep Friends.. ,At the 'business meeting the club decdied to hold an annual achievement day and made plans 'for their annual conservation hike and picnic. Lorraine Wlllrett was; announced as the •winner of the health contest and •will represent the club at the county contest. The fdlowlng program was glvenj Dally Care of the Hair, Betty Holldorf; Classes of Vega- tables, Eunice Johnson; Poetry, by Beverly Schulte. . Pictures were taken! after vfrhlch lunch was served by' the, hostess. SHOWteB FOR BERNICE KJRAMEB HATTON WEDNESDAY A miscellaneous shower honoring Bernlce* Kramer Hatton was held on Wednesday evening; Hostesses •were,the.members of the American Legion;, Auxiliary. About 20 ladies attended. ! Guests were classmates of", the bride, members; of -the Auxiliary and friends. ' The evening •wasspent socially after which lunch un.v.i.^c,,, «„,.,„,..„,.. *.»...... vrias served by the'hostesses. The] after a two weeks'visit with friends " "*" ' ' -----. ----- and re ] at i ve3 | n an( j around Fenton He was accompanied to Charles City by his niece, Florence News) formerly of Kenyon, Minn., who ban been -visiting in and. around Fenton and who Will visit with relatives at Charles City. attend the .funeral df Krauze, They/left on the ing Thursday arid enroute win vla-> it with Fvt Krause's sister at Mew Jersey. The St. John's Walther League met oh Thursday d'n the church basement, ffible. study was'held, The league Is writing letters to the boys In service. Twelve leaguers attended. Lunch was served by Lofena and Dorothy Breyer. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Alt entertained the following people on Wednesday evening at supper: Mr. and Mrs Art Krause and Herbert, Mrs. Tunj Lohse, Pvt. and Mrs. Hans Krause of Fort Belvolr, Va., Miss Elsie Meyer of Chicago Mrs. Will Krause of Ayrshire and Lorena Dreyer, Mrs. Don Welsbrod and girls left Wednesday for a two weeks' vacation. They will visit at. Moulton with the parental C. H. Stansberrys and with a sister, Mrs. Joe Cashmark and family at Albia. They will also visit with a brother of Mrs. Weisbrod, F. E. Stansberry, at Centervllle. The Standard Bearers met on Friday evening with their leader, Miss Edith Wolfe. They discussed the 'lesson from the World Outlook magzlne' and the Methodist Women. The girls discussed the annual picnic Which Is to be held in August. Required program material was used. Lunch was served by the hostess. Emll Dreyer of Charles City left Saturday afternoon for his home fcrlde, received fceautiful gifts. many useful and , Margaret Pollock of Atlantic, Iowa, left Monday afternoon after a ten day visit at the home Of her friend, Dorothy Dreyer. Marjo'rie' Brown returned to her duties-at the.First National Bank, Mason City, on Wednesday after a •week's vacation at the pkrental Fred Brown home. Miss Elsie Major of Chicago an'd Mrs. Will Krause of Ayrshire are spending this week with Mrs. Herman Krause. On Tuesday evening they were supper Quests at the home of Mrs; Elsie Dreyer. Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Peter and three children and Miss Elsie Meyer-of Breckertridge, Oklahoma, arrived here Tuesday for a month's visit with Mrs. Anna Meyer, Mrs. Peter's and Miss Meyers' mother. Pvt. and Mrs. Hans Krause of Ft; Belvoir, Va., came Saturday to ROBERT CROUCH, 2, SENECA, LOSES AN EYE IN ACCIDENT Seneca: Robert, two year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Crouch, suffered a tragic eye injury Wednesday afternoon when he fell on a metal chicken feeder which cut directly Into his eye. He was rushed immediately' to a Fort podge hospital, where the Injured eye was removed. No further reports have teen received. His mother Is remaining at the hospital with him. Elmer Strieker Car Hits Soft Gravel; Auto Turns Over While driving about one-half mile east of Galbralth at 9 o'clock Saturday night B)mer Strieker, 22, struck some soft gravel in the road and lost control of hi/! car. The auto turned compet'ely over once and was quite badly damaged but Elmer escaped with .being only Shaken up and having a few minor bruises examination at the Kossuth hospital later developed. Elmer Is a former resident of the community just north of Wesley. P, 0. Has Service Cards (Postmaster Wade Sullivan announces that the post oclce again nounces' that the post office again has the window service cards for those who have relatives in the armed forces. The cards may be obtained at the post office. PERRY PHILLIPS FARM HOME STRUCK BY LIGHTNING TUESDAY; NO FIRE 'ALKALIZING POWDER ^Vaccination die •.."••'-' exclusive AGENTS Lusby & Giossi We Sell War Savings Stamps Irvington: The showers of last Tuesday afternoon were not considered very hard according to previous rains of the season. However, the farm home • of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips, Ridgeroad farmers, was struck .by lightning and Mrs. Phillips, who was sitting n a chair near a kitchen window, received a shock resulting in pains re the back of her neck. It is ;hought the lightning was of the cold bolt variety as there was no fire. The force of the lightning- shattered every window pane In the louse and also damaged some plaster by knocking it off the walls. Previous to the storm, Mrs. Phillips had disconnected the radio from ;he socket but even so, the entire electric equipment \ot the home was damaged and the transformer blown out The telephone was also shattered to pieces and othe^r damage done of a smaller nature. .The loss was covered by Insurance and repair work has been started. MINNEAPOLIS RELATIVES VISIT WITH mVINGTON FOLKS Mr. and Mrs. Faye Jenkins of Minneapolis visited last week with Mrs. Jenkins' brother and .family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Asa. They were- enroute home after being summoned to Waterloo bo be with Mrs. Jenkin's daughter, Mae Knoblock Barrymore,' -whose husband, Geo. Barrymore was the unfortunate vic- time of a train accident which severed one limb from his body. His condition was considered very critical. EDVV. MAW0SLEY, FRED GEIGEL ENTER CONTEST Edward Mawdsley and Fred S. Oelgel are the only local resident from Irvingbon who have made en tries in the ten acre corn yieli contest and the five acre soy beai test. The Algona Chamber of Com merce Is sponsoring this projec again In conjunction with the low Grower The Una Corn and Sinlall Association of Ames. WCM'NOTEZ Tom Holme* to taking MB vaca- on this Week (from the Modern 3ry Cleaners. Dick Foot was confined at home few days last week with an In- ectlon on his face. Mrs, George I* Miller is spending he week in Minneapolis visiting elatlves and friends. Mr. and Mi*. Glen Crllly drove to tanson Monday to attend the fun- ral of an uncle of the former. Ed Sheehan went to DPS Molno» oday (Tuesday) to have a cheak p at the Mercy hospital there. Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne and wo children spent last week at Manhattan cottage at Lake Oko- oji. .Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp spent lunday at the home of Mr. and Grooters at Eagle </lra. Albert Jrove. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Lighter spent Sunday at the home of their daugh- er and family, Mr. and MrS. LeRoy 'eterson. Carol Finn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Finn, is spending the iveek at Whittemore with her grand- >arents. Mrs. Alma Jjohnson spent Monday in Algona visiting at the home of Mrs. Alma Nelson and with other friends. Gary Schlchtl of Hurt is'spending he week at the home of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tohannsen. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Iliff of Webster City spent Friday and Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Schemel spent the week end at the Norton cot;age at Lake Okobojl. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Dau and children, Evelyn and Billy and Helen Baas, spent Sunday at MasoTi Jity and Clear Lake. Peterson is Postmaster Wade Sullivan Is tftk- ng a couple weeks of vacation from his duties. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster and .e former's brother and wife, Dr. and Mrs. Jesse Foster of Ankeny are spending several days In north- m Wisconsin on a. vacation. Mrs. Ann Zittritech fell last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Hutchison and tore some ligaments In icr knee. A cut on her knee required a few stitches to close. Mr and Mrs. G. D. Shumway and family spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Grant at Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Grant arc Mr. Shumway's uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Burnsldo of Shenandoah spent a few days ast week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh L. Woodward. Mrs. Burnside is 'Mr. Woodward's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Seward and baby, Mrs. William C. Miller and Miss Emma Miller all of Mapleton, Minnesota, were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Miller. Carl Haugen took his vacation wvww/vwvwwvyy D-X Lubricating Motor Fuel ' • * ' 0 With Steppetf-up Anti-Knock 'is today's best buy In motor fuels. Provides needed lubrication to upper cylinder parts . . . reduces carbon . . . makes the • • , • • ' jjt" 1 motor run cooler and quieter . . . cuts upkeep and repair bills ... yet costs no more than ordinary gasoline. Better Performance or Your Money Back Johnson's D-X Service date for entries was July 1st. Al fred Schenck, Union township farm er, is state president. JBVINtiTON 4-H GIRLS 1EELP IN STAMP DRIVE Girls from the Irvington I's 4-H girls' club vfho assisted , with th stamp-bond drive in Algona las Friday were, Shirley Weber, Mar garet Hanson, Betty and Shirle Gronbach, Virginia King .and Fay Krause. Mrs. Chas. Reaper acte as sponsor of the girls for the oc caslon, local club leade.r being Mra. Arthur Krause with Mrs. Dorothy Robison as assistant leader. Mrs. Alice Duryea is visiting in North Dakota at the home 'Of her niece. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene May of Chicago have been guests for two weeks at the Barney Capesius home. -Sunday guests of the Rome Rob- isons were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sabin and family and 'Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Larson and family. Mrs. Armour Lemkee went to Chicago Saturday night where she will spend some time visiting her sister. The trip was made by train. Miss Phyllis Robison Is visiting this week with her aunt, Mrs. Harry Sabin while her sister, Beverly is at Humboldt with her mother, Mrs. Arthur Sallesen. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Macy iof Cedar Rapids were houses guests last week at the David King home. Mrs. Macy is the former Lydia King, Mr. Macy is an instructor at Coe college, ' located at Cedar Rapids. •Armor Lemkee accompanied by his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aman, motored to Amboy, Minn., Sunday where they were guests of Mrs. Dora Bonnett, sister of Mr- 'Lemkee and Mrs. Aman. Those leaders Interested in the project of the Woman's Farm Bureau work for the coming year ara asked to attend the meeting at Burt on July 21. Miss Marian- Edwards, asistant state horn* demonstration agent, will be in the county at that time and the -project for next year will be decided upon then. taking; her vacation from the Iowa State Bank this week and is spending it'at a cottage at Clear Lake. A. E. Kresensky, Xrdella Hoyey and Laura Hansen, are attending the Market Week at Minneapolis for a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Medin spent the week end at Savannah, Illinois, at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Hollister. Mr. and Mrs. LeBoy Huber and son, Douglas of.,Waterloo, spent Tuesday of last week at the home of Rev. and Mrs. D. R. Martin. B. L. Beamish went to Iowa Faljs Tuesday of last week to be with his mother, Mrs. Edgar Beamish, who underwent an operation there. Mrs. A, C. CahlU and children 'of Iowa City, spent a few days last week at the home of Mrs. CahiU's mother, Mrs. Charles Rosewall. Mrs. Bussell Moss and sons, Noel Frederick and Royal Russell of Newton are spending the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sheehan. Mary Thompson of EstherviHe is visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller. They spent the week end at a cottage at Lake Okoboji. '.' . . . Mr. and MM. Kenneth Medin and daughter, Sandra of Lost Island, spent the week end at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medin. Mr. and Mrs. Baymon Henry and little daughter returned from LaPlata, Missouri, Sunday after spending the past week there with Mrs. Henry's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Blllingsley of Jewell, Iowa, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Roland. Mrs. Billingsly is the former Ruth Roland. James Esser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Esser, has been laid up for last week from the Botsford Lumber Co., and he and Mrs. Haugen and son, Bruce, visited friends and relatives in Sioux Falls, S. D., and Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Bobert N. Nelson visited briefly at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parks Saturday. They were on their way to their home in Des Moines after spending the week at Okobojl. Jane Laird, daughter of Mrs. Cydney Laird has accepted a pool- Ion with the Parker Appliance Company at Los Angeles, California. Jane, who went to California two weeks ago will work in the office of :he airplane factory. Tony Schmidt, who has been a mechanic at the Kirk Auto Co., the past year or so Is now employed at the Arnold Motor Co., succeeding Everett Eyers, who is taking civilian pilot training preparatory to going into the air corps. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker drove to Excelsior, Minn., spend the day with Sunday to the latter's , the past week .with a badly infected foot. James has been employed at the Algona Laundry. (pjursday, Friday and Saturday, July 28-24-25 FLAMING W AND STREAKING ^ The SPIRIT of ROPEBRIH6iAKKTOTHEJANGEj J,^ 3 Sparkling Musical• Drama! EDDIE DEAN TRIO NEIU'DAY WEiDLERMcD?KAL06QRCEY Martha Thilges is assisting with the work at the Alfred Reding home this week. Mrs. Andrew Kramer and infant daughter came home Monday from the Kossuth hospital. Mri and Mrs. K. L, Kohlhaas were visitors at the John Kirsch home near Eagle Grove Thursday afternoon, ' John Wiltgen from Salem, S. D., arrived here Sunday for a visit With his brother, Mike Wiltgen and family and other relatives at Whit* tenjpre. . • The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kramer was baptized Dorothy Susan Sunday afternoon by Father George Theobald. Spon-r sprs were Mrs.;Adam Kramer and John Faber, Mftft gejmet drove to Carroll on Friday to meet his daughter, Mrs. Ratfjfce, the former Sizzle Zelmet, who came via train from California. Mrs. Rathke will remain Ijere 'while her husband who is in the army.was sent .overseas, Mr. and Mrs. Meyerhofer from LEDYARD PASTOR IN MONTANA, NO SERVICE SUNDAY iLedyard: Rev. and Mrs. Grote left Friday for Mrs. Grote's home in Montana to spend two weeks visiting a sister of Mrs. Grote, who has been seriously ill the past few weeks and with other relatives and friends. There will be no church services next Sunday but Sunday School will be held. The choir wil practice as usual on Thursday eve nlng. John Pink and L. C. Ternes wen to Iowa City Wednesday to ge Jake Pink who has been in the hos pital there. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wiemer and Craig, John Looft and Mrs. Moy er, Peggy and Barbara were caller in' Algona Friday. Mrs. Rose Moulton who has bee visiting her sister In Minnesota, has returned for a short visit, in 'Led yard. She plans to work in Blu Earth, Minn. ( Mr. and Mrs. John TiHmoney o Ames left Saturday after spendin several days at the Everett an John Hartshorn home and wit Mrs. Gertrude Wleroer. A large group of friends from Ledyard and neighbors gathered at :he home of Mrs.'Leo Flynn, Monday evening and helped shock tha oats 'on her farm. Mrs. Fiynn lost niece, Mrs. Chas. Rollett. .Henry returned Monday, but Mrs. Becker will stay until Friday. The Rol- letts have a home on Lake Minnetonka. Recent visitors at the home of Mrs. Alma Nelson were her two daughters and their families, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kent and two sons, Richard and John of Chadron, Nebraska, 'and Captain and Mrs. Hamlin Iverson, now of Fort Benning, Georgia. .. LaVonne Elizabeth, six year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hahle, Algona, was baptized Sunday on her birthday, at the Trinity Lutheran church. Her uncle and aunt, Attorney and Mrs. Wm. Hahle of Sumner, and Mrs. Dorothy Raney were the sponsors. Dr. and Mrs. Edvrfard S. Meyer and daughter, Marilyn of Chicago will return Friday after spending the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith and at the J. M. Fleming home at Whittemore; Ruth leming will return wltfi/them to ilcago where she Is employed. Mr. and Mrs. j.'C. Wimme'r re- _rned the last of the week from Montana, where they had spent two eeks' vacation. They lived in tontana before coming to Algona. T. Wimmer left Sunday for Min- eapolls to do some fall buying for he Woodward store of Which he is manager. Rev. and Mrs. H. B. Rassmusson nd children of Carlinville, Illinois, re spending the week at the home f Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer. Rev- lassmusson is the) Professor ol ;eligion and the pastor of the Clegi Chapel at the Blackburn College at Carlinviille." Mrs. Meyer is Rev lassmusson's sister. Helen Corey, who left two weeks ,go for Seattle, Washington, has aken a job there as stenographer' lerk with the National Housing Agency of the Federal Public Hous ng Authority, Land Section Region IX. She started work-last weel Monday. .Helen was formerly em ployed in the Weaver abstract office She enjoyed her trip west an<l likes eattle. Mf». EW* Bebftbck jot Fort Dodge spent last week at the home of net daughter, Mrs. Emmett Hegarty. Ethel Patlady of Des Molne<i U now Working in the Eastlawn- Memorial cemetery 'office'. Lillian Grange was formerly at the Eastlawn office. Mr. and Mrs. Henry johannsen were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Teeter at Lone Rock. Mrs. Teeter is Mrs. Johannsen's niece. Mr. and Mrs. A. I* Browh attended a county agents' district meeting at Clear Lake Saturday evening. Dinner was served at the Lake Shore Hotel. Mrs. B. O. Bjustrom and her mother, Mrs. Bessie Walker, spent last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker. Mrs. Kuecker is Mrs. Bjustrom's sister. Elolse Hoagland will leave Saturday for a two weeks' vacation with her mother and sister In Wash- Ifgton, D. C. Elolse is employed at 1 the Druggist Mutual jffics. Mrs, Bobert Stewart, who lias been seriously ill for the past few weeks, was returned to her homo Monday from the Fort Dodgfi Mercy hospital. Her condition is much improved. Bonnie Bonar will resume her duties as a student nurse at the Mercy hospital at Des Moines on Monday after spending the past two weeks here with her mother, Mrs. J. L. Bonar. Miss Buth Elizabeth Black Is now enrolled in summer school at the Moody Bible Institute, Chicago. School teachers, high school and col- ege students and ministers are represented in the student body. J. C. Stewart, who was injured in an automobile accident several weeks ago returned to his home iii Madison, Wisconsin, Wednesday. He had been at the hospital in Freeport, Illinois, since the accident.. Bev. J. C. Buthman is attending a cabinet meeting of superintendents of the Northwest Iowa conference today (Tuesday) and tomorrow at Clear Lake. The meeting is in charge of Bishop Magee, Mrs. E. V. Worley and son, Edmond are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Liiman. Mr. Worley is with the Iowa State Employment 'office at Des Moines and was formerly the manager of the office here. Mrs. Leo Passmore began working Monday of last week at the leave since he enlisted two years ago. Tom went to Boon« sun- day evening to meet his daughter, Dorothy, who had spent the past two weeks visiting relatives in California. The train In which she came home was delayed when some of the tracks were washed out by rain and did not get into Boono until Monday morning. Mrs. Henry Lavrenx and daugh- teW, Elda, Amelda ahd'tfifther, ani Dorothy Sebers spent tali wHek at the George JBlbert outage MJ West Okobojl. Elda Is employed at tfc* telephone office, Amelda a.t lha Sorensen Grocery, and Ea'he?, *rhd is on an exteitdod leave of absence* la employed by v the U. S. Employment service at Des Moines. Dor* othy Sebers is a clerk at Cummlngi store. Metropolitan office while Anita lose Kohlhaas is taking a two veeks' vacation. Mrs. Passmore, former Helen Sterling, is mak- ng her home with her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. A. A. Sterling. A family dinner was held Sunday f last week at the Myron Ludvig home honoring Raymond Lund, irst class radioman in the navy, vho was home on a short leave, isiting his parents and other 1 ' rel- .tives. This was Raymond's first Products Made By Blind Being Sold Here Representatives of Iowa Blind Products will make a house to house canvass taking orders for articles made by state blind workers. This work is sponsored by the Iowa Commission for the Blind. Each representative carries an idenitafication letter froift the executive secretary of the Iowa Commission for the Blind. Articles for sale are'use- ful in household and business and are of fine quality workmanship. We sincerely hope you will give our representatives an opportunity to display samples of the articles made by thi blind of the state. Staoyyille, Iowa, spent lajst end <M; the John iFreWnger hpme. here. Mr- Meyerhpfer Is ft brother o« Mrs. FrelJinger. The Meyer- holers were accp.mpanje0 by Mr. and Mrs. Nicl? <Ph»Hp9 who. spent the week end at the Jwnes Becker \ \ i / SeLCO It's almost the end of Summer for uil We'vs cut prices way, way down to make room for huge, Incoming shipment] of Fall Apparel, Household Items and "Back-to-School" Clothes. But YOU have many, many weeks of Summer left to enjoy these great values. Selections are LIMITED! Kurryl iVomen's Apparel Cotton Anklets 1 A Assorted colors. Reg. 1 VfC ;wo for 25c. each Slack Slips no Satin or' multi- OOC filament crepe Shorty Gowns, Pajamas QQ Bright print batiste - OOC values to. 1.39 • Formerly to 7.05 DRESSES • $ a;i^ -v $ 4^; •• Beautifully cool sheers., Many washables. lovely colors. Shop early! ' , ' . : Swim Suits . : "n. : "M't Bright colored satin • • V- 'Af lastex, one and two J»Tcl piece styles Play Suits Separate skirts, cham- | C7 bray, stripe, JL»UI florals, reg. 1.98! Hand Bags /•{* Gay Pastels, . 00 C crisp whites "Gtyjves ' "Pastels and whites. >|7*» Ttfpat runA washable. «* I 1 Slack Suits Sizes 4 to 12. Sanfor 1 tyj zed cotton patterns. J[ £ 1 Short sleeves. Reg- < ular 1.49! iVash slacks Sanfprized cotton 'and | Oy rayon. 8 to 16. , l,.tji Regular 1.49! ';', j , , r Boys' Hats "" ,' ' Assortment colors in F*J stiffened cotton mesh. j I ft Regular 69c ?T* Boys' Caps ^ Assortd fancy patterns O9.L In light colors. «JjC Regular 39c Boys' Yacht Caps tV-J , White on blue, cotton, •.,X/C drill; Regular 3Sc ; ** ' V Shoes' •'•"••• '• / 25% off Brown and O AO white. Leather and £»t/Q sport soles Sports ••'•'•• ' " '' " AA^ Misses' arrd children's ;: -- ; ™IJfl" Values to$2 i . )i(/| ,- | : ,,;.TT.J* • ; Up to $4 '% -.-,':. Spectators; i $1 $0 1 and * . , . All over white, or white -with brown, blue or black combinations. - tier 10-year old son, James In drowning accident last week. Mr. ftttd Mrs. John TJllmoney and Mrs. Gertrude Wiemer visited Jess Undertaker In' Bancroft oi> Wednesday. Mr. UnderitQflec has just frpm, seyeral Wjeelta In the and Is at h°*»e .with Ata 4augWer, W9, Clark, to, Bancroft. gunday dJTOfr guests, at the H. P. home were omorrow/.. • ENU.NJ MJXICAN NOT *2, NOT '2 M BUT JUST . . Wf don't b»litv« you'll fimj thli wnsatlonally low prUt duplicated any wn*r*l Summtr'j Blggnt raverit* In »a»Mral wovtn liothtr. tffc $2M PLAY MO® targe Selections! . Pwii" fcuutoli and Many Qthtn , , . AJI Sharply lit- dwtdl iv»ry Color lnf|«dlr.» Wbjt* 1.57 50c 1.17 73c Regular 69c Cotton Frocks Such cool prints and florals! Reg. to 1.98! Summer Hats • Straws, pastels, felts. Styles flattering to everyone. Values to 2.95 Gabardine Skirts Ladies' sizes In bright pastels. Reg. 1.49! Boys and Girls Boys' Swim Trunks Rayon and cotton or part wool. Reg. 98 Girls' Slacks - 0*7 Self belted, cool cham- QIC bray. Reg. $1.00 Girls' Play Suite Separate skirts, stripes,/J 1 ? dots, print. Sizes OI C 8-14 Sun Suite Cool percales and crepes. 6, Regular S9c Children's Dresses Sheer summer fabrics. So cool, Reg. 79c, Tote Dresses Sweet styles in such cool fabrics! 1 to 6. Regular i.S59 Slack Suite Boys' size. Short sleeves •Self belt. 4 to 12, Regular 1.79; Slack Suite Sanforized. Sizes 8 to | HH Cool short sleeves J ff 33c 67c 1.07 1,57 Miscellaneous Flock' Dot Voile Permanent 'dots in •assorted fast colors Check Vjoile Bright fast color prints. Regular S5c Sun Glasses Plastic frames, assorted colors and shapes. : Regular 15c and 25c 8 Men's Swim Trunks Flayon and cotton. Boxer or belt Web styles • Wash Slacks Self belt and elastic waist inserts., Regular 1.29!. Summer Ties Pastel stripes and figures. Reg. 49q,. Straw Bate ' , Some waterproofed, newest styles. Reg. i;98 Sport Shirts Short sjeeves. ,Vat dyed colors. S. M. & L. Slack Su)t , Sanforized gabardine, Long sleeves. R«£. 4,$5 29 to 88. Reg. 1.98 » Rayon and cotton 22c 27c 12c 17c SSc 1.17 37c 1.67 67c 447 1,77 2,77 fames fepgan «*d son returned tp/*keir heme In Slow Falls, S, &, Sunday afternoon af- home near Wvernwre.. Mrs. is a daughter of the yacattoji at Led* vlsite4 a* the , „ ,'^-,\ !• 4 , l^w V j I V J „,-; f i.> ; J,l;. A k*J!i*. !k&&kxu,t; L'-ilM...^ill-;&£'j.«^A^ f ki&:^^lL--' .* ...j<,t-.

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