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.^v*v \ ffc« jug*** trflpt* P«* MoittM, AltOM, M&, fleirtj 22,1342 Burt Service Station Attendant, Waits on CLARENCE PURDY, FORMER OTTOSEN Ottosen: Word has been. received VJ>t,lUBdl* v»w»v» ••*•"" i^. of the death 6f Clarence Putdy Albuquerque, New Mejdcp. we • » the son of 0.1. flurdy, who la post master hefre. The Furors were former owners of a grocery store here before movng to New M «d- 60 for Mr. Purdy'B health. The body will be brought here for funeral arrangements and 'burial at Corwlth. The deceased is survived toy his wife, Ellen, a son j>jinlfl in the navy somewhere in th^ Pacific Also a daughte*, Mrs. Eddie Durand and a granddaughter, Dorothy Durand. Maxlne Smith of Humboldt la spending some time at the G. I. P,urdy home. (Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hoflus, and Mr. and Mrs. Alf Lee were visitors In Algona Friday. (Mrs. Helen Malm of Palmer spenl from Monday Until Wednesday (vt the Roy Jacobson honie. (Mr. and Mrs. Jensen of Rodman were Sunday dinner guests at the the George Cooper home. Mr, and Mrs Earl Olsoft of Bradgate Were Monday afternoon visitors at the Peter Enookson home. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Verbrugge of Humboldt were Sunday evening supper guests at the Cliff Lander artd Vefa Jdhh of Fort Dodge were Thursday evening visitors at the Cliff Lander home. Mr. ahd Mra. Lloyd Elston and Mr*. Mayme Hoflus of Gllmore City were Thursday afternoon -visitors at the Eugene Hoflus home. , AtrB. O. I. Purdy, Mra, Heten Shipley, Doris and Ruth, Mrs. J. Coyle, Mrs. Matt Clark, Mrs. Eugene Hoflus, Mrs. Van Busklrk, Mrs. Richards, Mrs. Cheater Alme of the Ottosen Presbyterian Ladies' Aid were guests at a one o'clock luncheon of the Rolfe Prtsbyterlan Missionary society Wednesday at the Rolfe church. The Ladles Rural club met at the home of Mrs. George Cooper on Thursday, Sept. 17, Scripture was read by Mrs. Donald Cooper. The meeting Waa conducted by Mrs. Ed- Ward Zinnell, vice president. The club has purchased a U. S. War Bond. The lesson was given by Mrs. Roy Telford. The Readers Digest was given by Mrs. Ernest Enockson. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Earl Long. The benediction was repeated. A lunch was served by the hostesses. Visitors were Mrs. Donald and Mrs. Clyde Cooper. home. Mr. and Mrs. Peter EJftockson, Mr. and Mrs Oscar Oppedahl and Peter were visitors In Fort Dodge Tuesday. Mr, and Mrs. Chester Alme and Shirley were supper guests at the Percy Watnem home Thursday evening. •Frank Brown of Mt. Vernon spent a 'few days at his farm from Tuesday to Thursday attending to business interests. Mrs. Charles Hansen has been spending a few days at the home of her daughter, Mr. and jMrs. George Cooper. The Lutheran Ladles Aid held its annual bazaar and supper on Wednesday evening, Sept, 16 at the church parlors. Mrs. Torkelson, Mr. and Mrs. John Mr*. Godfrey and son. LuVerne, to Colorado •LuVerne: Mrs. DeRae Godfrey and son, Robert, left Thursday morning for LaJunta, Colo., where they will Join Mr. Godfrey who has been doing carpenter work on a war construction job there the past month. Mr. Godfrey's .brother-in- law, Chris Anderson and Mrs, Anderson have been in La Junta since early In June. Mrs. Godfrey was acompanied as far as Lincoln, Neb., .by Florence Hof who plans to spend a week or ten days with Mrs. John Welner, a former LuVerne resident. Lakota Movie Closed; Equipment Sold (Lakota: .Lakota is again without a theatre, Warden Sjnlth; (who has ibeen operating the movie has closed it about two weeks ago and last week sold the equipment. Lack of interest in the shows was'given as the reason. Molnes want ads. ANNUAL MEETING OF EVANGELICAL CHURCH, WESLEY Wesley: The Western annual meeting of the Evangelical Free churches will be held at the Wesley Congregational church Thursday through Saturday, Sept. 24-27. The Harvest Home festival was held Sunday. The meeting opens Thursday eve- rting at 8:00 o'clock with Rev. J. O. Jacobson of Thief River Palls, MJnn., as speaker. Frid'ay and Saturday meetings will be open at 9:00 a., m. and continue until 12 The afternoon sessions will be from 2 to 4 and the evening services start at 8. Mrs. August Studer will entertain the Study club Thursday. (Father L. N. Klein attended the funeral of a priest's father at Carroll Thursday. Mrs. Harold Brooks of St. Paul spent last week at her parental C Kraus, Sr., home. Robert Klrkpatrick left last week for Milford where he will again attend the LaSallette school. (Mrs. G. L. Olson spent the week end With relatives at Wafcifloo She teaches the Irvlngton school. Thema Oppedahl spent last wee! at the Julius Becker home near St Joe. Mrs. Becker is the forme Dorothy Youngwlrth. Mrs. John iRlchter, Jr., -is a pati ent in the Mercy hospital at Ma son City, where she Is rece'ivln treatment for asthma. Bishop Edmund Heelan of Slou City will confirm a class of child ren and adults in St. Joseph's Cath olio church on Wednesday, Sep 30th. Earl Eden underwent an oper ation for appendciitis at the Gen eral hospital in Algona last week. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Eden. , Mrs. Carl Froehlich's brother, Donald Seipman, has enlisted in the navy and left for Des Molnes last week. He has two 'brothers in the service. (Maurice DeBoer spent *«Li? »J*P With fWw OWH Strom are rarents of ft daughter ^ ur8day at a. holhe of Mrs. .Z— T 4 t^t *4» Will J/IIUIW-UV CM. W«3 *W4«4» w* .•»««• , Hot AS It Was 011 Hammerstrom's parents, Mr. and Credit Card Surts Robert T. tfaiiey, army deserter and confessed murderer of two K«nosha, Wis., social workers near tomah, Wls,, a week or two agd, apparently stopped at the Standard Oil station here the next day. At any rate a man In uniform drlv- ng a Wisconsin cair stopped for gaft early that evening. In payment he offered a Standard Oil credit card made out to MUs Nel John Pletran- fell. When Gordon Graham, who valted upon him,, made out the slip 'or him to sign he started to sign t as it was on the card, but Gordon told him to sign his own name. He said It was his wife's card so he just omitted the Miss. The next morning when 'Mr. Graham heard of the murders and the names of the vctlms he realized his customer of the evening before was prob ably the murderer. There was one other fellow In the car at the time, but Mr. Graham didn't notice whether he was In uniform or not. The town flre truck was called out to Lotts Creek Thursday night, where a barn was burned down. Mr, and Mrs. Meivtn Rteken left- Wednesday for northern (Minnesota where they spent a few days fishing. W, R. Carney took Herbert and Rosa Wese to Avoca Friday. They visited relatives there and at Harlan until Sunday. The Rev. J. M. Doms and little daughter of Lake Olty were dinner guests Tuesday at the H. A. Thompson home. Mrs. J. L. Miller and son, Lawrence went to Ames Wednesday wire-re Lawrence enrolled as a fresh- main inr Iowa State College. (Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman went to Rochester, Minm., Friday to visit ther son, Richard, who la still in the hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith drove to Graettirnger Friday and brought home their daughter, Mary Ann, who is teaching there for a week end visit. (Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hammer- l Mrs. Joe Hlgglns; Mrs 1 . W. W. Huston, Eagle Grove, visited from Thursday to Friday with her friends, Mrs. M. L. Vlnaas and Mrs. P. L. Dremmel. She formerly lived In Burt, The school faculty and wives had a picnic supper at Call P»rk on Wednesday evening In honor of the new teachers. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Sewick were also guests. The sewing circle met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. P. L. Dremmel. The birthdays of Mrs. Lewis Larsen, Mrs. C. V. Schrader and Mrs. Chris Knutson were celebrated. Mrs. Florence Schlchtl and two sons were dinner guests Wednesday evening at the H. C. Johannsens in Algona ire honor of the birthdays of Wayne Schlchtl and Mr. Johannsen. Mrs. J. G. Thaves moved Frl- now Kenneth Marines. day to Morristown, Minn., where she will make her home with a cousin. Her son. Bob, will take & course In advertising at the Minnesota State University. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwletert went to Mason City Thursday and brought home Mr. Schwetert's mother, Mrs Bertha Schwietert, who had been taking treatments at the Park hospital for more than a week. There were no services at the Lutheran church Sunday morning, the pastor, the 'Rev. iL. Richmann, .being guest speaker at a Mission .Festival at 'Bstherville. The Rev. P. J. Braner, Algona, conducted an evening service. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Brooke, of Hawarden, aind their daughter, Mrs. Kfcjrmilt Cttristensen of Ringsted, were calling on Burt friends Wednesday. Mr. Brooke was station agent here for many years and is now agent at Hawardem. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourns, Algona, we're diftner guests Tuesday evening at the Al Steahle home. They are old friends of Frank Wernli, Hazen, N. D, who was spending a few days at the Staehle home. He left Thursday for Minneapolis. whlch the honored guests were prefc- ented with a snap shot of each ot their friends present* Refreshments were enjoyed at the) close of the evening. Kenneth Is the third son of the 1 Bolllg boys to enter military train- Ing. Gordon enlisted In the Navy last January and will be graduated from the Great Lakes Naval Training station at Chicago, Sept. 25. Howard was Inducted Into the army the latter part of August and 'i is going iato the —V— WEST BEND SOLDIER WEDS IN NATION'S CAPITAL West Bend: Word was received In West Bend recently that Pvt. James L. Walker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walker, and Miss Phyllis Jaeger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Jaeger, were married in Washington, D. C. February 16th. The young couple spent some time in New York City over Labor Day. Phyllis has a secretarial position in Washington, D. C. ( and Jimmy Is stationed in Orlando, Fla. A change in plans prevented them from spending part of their vacation in West Bend. —V— EDWARD LINDSEY NOW Al' FORT BELVOm, VIRGINIA iFenton: Pvt. Edward Ldndsey It stationed at For.t Belvolr, Va., in Co. B, 5th Engineers Training Bat- talion. This Is Mi engineers replacement training renter. ipvt. Forrest Hanlfan of Chicago visited with Mr». Hanlfan and her daughter Sunday and Monday at the H. iK. Johnson home. —V— IRVlNCKBON ACTIVITIES IN ARMED FORCES (Irvlngtoir: Henry Scheppman, Jr., enjoyed a 10-day furlough recently with home folks, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppman, Sr. Henry Jr., is serving in the ambulance corps with a detachment in Indiana. .Russell Hutchins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchins, Is spending an eight-day furlough with his parents. Russell Is located at Fort Scott, 111. Word has been received here that Gale Leek, son of Mrs. Chris Olson, had left camp Benjamin Harrison in Indiana for a camp In Virginia. It is thought he la now on his way to some foreign country as he mailed all of his personal' belongings home. Before he left camp he called his mother toy telephone. Gale had been employed for several years by the Geo. Scuffhams. BOYS SEND DAD BIRTHDAY TELEGRAM FROM mELAND Joe Bestenlehner, city, received a birthday telegram from his three sons, Donald and Slgwell Wood and Wm. Bestenlehner last week. The message canie from Ireland and in- ver, Colo., at Camp Kit Carson. and- Lawrence Wednesday and Thumbs Down on Products You Can't Identity CREIN MAM(» COAL liolM available far yaur Sloktr TVFD, Ft Dodge 6:45 p. m. 916 kyc Phone 256 Two for one. Use the Upper Des I Hjidman ^ 8-tf Th ura day in 'Des Moines where they made out papers for enlistment in the army air corps. The Fritz Gerdes crew of Woden is repairing the barn at the Jack Haverly farm. Joe Meurer shingled several buildings on his farm near Irvirrgton last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Matern and two chidren of Thornton visited relatives, the Paul Studers, Ben Materns and Mrs. Elizabeth Matern over the week end last week. Little Jeannine Cunningham of Renwick came last Tuesday to visit 10 days at the George Werling home. A baby girl was .born to Mr. and Mrs.,'Cunningham last week. Mrs. R. C. Bauer, John and Ruth Mayr recently visited at the C. F. Bauer home- at St. Cloud, Minn. They took John to Collegevllle, Minn., where he will attend St. John's University. •Mr. and Mrs. Emory Goodnow and small daughter visited at his parental Ell Goodnow home on Saturday, Emory F-3c Is In naval training at Columbia, Mo., where he is taking a diesei course. Guests at the W. E. Marco home Sunday of last week were her mother, Mrs. F. J. Breckle and daughter, Marguerite and Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Breckle of Sibley and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Breckle of Bigelow, Minn. Wesley folks who attended the Waterloo Cattle Congress were Marvin and Everett Ackerson, Mrs. C. E. Ward and Henry Schore. Mrs. Ward and Henry also visited their sister, Mrs. W. E. Smith at New WITH THE BOYS IN THE SERVICE OF UNCLE SAM In buying coat, «« with anything else, you git better velue when you ttick lo th« KNOWN quality of • trade-marked brand. For only good product! art identified. W* feature GREEN MARKED COAL became iu producer! Hand back of it by (harking it with GREEN. We KNOW what we're telling when wa deliver GREEN MARKED COAL to you. And YOU know you're getting real value. Aik ut to §end a trial load today. GREEN MARKED COAL is on the air Botsford Lumber Company Jim Pool CHATTER BOX surface. JLR This week the fir|st thing we want to tell you ahout is our National True Value Week sale Which starts next Thursday. Watch for our bills which will be distributed, in town Thursday utorning. If you live outside of Algona, watch for the bills at approximately the same time- We have a real sale coming up. Many of the items can't be replaced. JLR / and $1.78. Leaves no sllppeiy Housecleanhig needs are the topic of conversation . this week. JLR We have several new Items that are really tops, not only for the annual spring and fall upheavals, but for dally routine fcjeanjng, JLR 'pur new QNiOO furniture polish M the grandest polish we have ever used- It cleans, waxes, polishes, and restores finish to tw>odwork| (furniture * autos, r§frigerators, staves and painted surfaces. And best of all it Is G.RBJASB- T<p»sa you haw to see it used to realize how grand it is./ The price is only $1, and. you'll agree it was o.ne of the best dojlajs yw've spent when you have tried it. I Then there Is the ONCO ALL PURPOSE SEMJ-FlASTR WAX in three sizes, We, fl.Qp j ^(Jr ™ IHIffm WW •Wwf^^'^i^^ff^P™ Another boon to housekeep* ers is ztro, which removes rust, and stains from 'bath tubsi, aintas, metal?, §fas ranges, tile floors, electrical appliances, sports equipment, tools, chrome, nickel, , and roetal_trim on carsv Sells for only IQc^and 8SQ, JLR ' We have saved the best t9 the last— our amazing WU MOP and drainer, is mop, broom, bmsh, gee and cleaner combined. AU you have to do is rest tfce MBSHTEBJ MOP on the drainer, lean on the handle, an* it easily drains i^eUj into the bucfcet, J>Jew cellular fpong e head a,bawbs 20 times its weighMn water. Vacuum ac* tion sueka up dirt like fnagjlc, We showed them at the fair, and aojd alj we bad in no time. We have ft new sup* ply, but they won't last Jong at 11-45. Hartford. A good crowd attended the C. D. of A. lodge meeting Wednesday evening. Plans were discussed for Initiation of new members in several weeks. Following the business meeting 'bingo was played and a lunch was served. The Willing Workers circle met Thursday with Mrs. Ethel Hutch- InsonJ The K. Y. N. circle met at the home of Mrs. John Puffer Wednesday afternoon. The Stitch and circle held a picnic at the City Park Wednesday afternoon. (Mrs. Arlo Daw^on entertained her bridge club Thursday afternoon. (Miss Hilda Goetz was a pruest and-won high score prize. Mrs. Leonard Arndorfer was low score prize winner. Miss Arndorfer will be hostess to the club on Thursday, Oct. 1st. , The local Methodist church re- cently'sent over 70 quarts of fruit and vegetables, a value of $18.55; 6% bushels of potatoes, 13 dozen eggs, arid $6 in cash to the" Methodist hospital in Sioux City. Mrs. Pearly Haynes was in charge of the collection. Mrs, Clarence Nelson entertain* ed her 600 card club'Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Fred Seefeldt and Jane Elsenbacher won high score prize, Jane Elsenbacher travel and Mrs, Lawrence Smith, low. Mrs. Smith will he hostess to the club Thursday, Oct. 1st, /The retaining wall built north of the pump h<?use will -be a perm-! anent memorial of the skill and labor of owr town marshaii and water coijunissioner. The alley on tire north side of the pump house is to be widened and the rock abutment will serve aa a shoulder, Mrs, Tom iForburger entertain* ed her bridge club Thursday afternoon the 8rst j*rt of She season, fifer daughter, Mrs, Jo« Krieps of Sexton was a guesl. Mrs. Qeprge VJtztbum won high score prize and Mrs. J, i*HayerJy travel prize. Mrs. Beverly will /be bostesi t9 tae e|ub Thursday, Oct. 8th. fjlhe Catholic Missionary society wJll meet Tuwday, Opt. «J»- The .meeting for Tuesday. Sept. X) was not bpJ4 because & thf *° ^ ur Devotion whiciji began Sunday and c{o ? ed ?*««sday, Jkg^J *&?„»£ TWO SWEA CITY BOYS ACTIVE IN RADIO AND SIGNAL WORK Swea City: Harold Hewitt enlisted in the navy recently and left last week for Des Molnes to start training as a radio operator. 'Robert Sanders, who is somewhere in the F|aciflc war zone, has been promoted to corporal. Robert is with the aviation signal corps. —V— MAJOR KESSLER'S FURNITURE RETURNED TO SWEA CITY Swea City: On Thursday the furniture of Major and Mrs. Gayle Kessler reached the C. H. Kessler home from Texas where it had been in storage since Major Kessler was called to the west coast after the attack on Pearl Harbor. —V-HERMAN DEBOER, WESLEY, JOINS UP WTJJH AIR CORPS Wesley: Herman "Bing" DeBoer went to Clarion last week where he will attend an aviation school having enlisted in the air corps Herman is a licensed pilot having flown ' his own plane for severa years.'" He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Claus DeBoer and has been farming northeast of town. y FORMER WESLEY MAN JOINS Wesley: Eugene Huber of Algona a former Wesley resident,\has en listed in the navy. He served as a seaman- in the first World War Mrs. Huber is a daughter, Helen of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Froehlich. —V— LAKOTA MAN PROMOTED , TO RANK OF MAJOR (Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lew is and daughter, Elizabeth of Call fornia visited Virgil's father, Frank Lewis and other relatives several daysjast week. They left Monday .ake special officers' training and Mrs. Lewis and EHzabeth went to West Branch, where she will make an indefinite stay with her parents. — V— morning. Virgil, who has been pro moted to major went to Ft. Leav enworth, Kansas, where he will FRANCIS WATTS, LIVERMORE, ' PROMOTED UEUTENANTD ILivermore: Francis Watts, one of six hundred to receive the rating a second lieutenant at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland, on .Sept. 1, is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Watts. He is a graduate of the Livermore high school and State University of Iowa. He left for the army on July 10,'1941. He receivde Ms degree of corporal at Fort Sills, Oklahoma. His work in the armed forces is that of depot and supply. —V— WEST BEND PARENTS MISS VISIT WTUH SOLDIER SON West Bend: Mr. and Mrs. Nels Rasmussen and children returned Aug. 30 from a trip to western points. They left here for Fort Francis E. Warren, Wyo., to see their son, Richard, but on arriving there were informed that he had been transferred to Montana, then to Kansas. They drove to Kansas, but could not locate him. In the meantime, he had been sent to Camp Crowder, Mo., but they did not go there. Anyway, they had quite a trip, visited Estea Park in Colorado and other points. SENECA PARENTS HAVE HITHF.F. SONS IN SERVICE Seneca 3 About 40 young people and friends gathered at the Julius BoHlg home Thursday evening and staged a surprise farewell party for Kenneth Bollig and "Tot" Klein, who are to report in Des Moines Monday morning, where they will enter the Marines. The evening was spent socially after S & L CO; . to be t9 the wwfti Golden Tobacco Boompi Toe Spectator iff 4S College Heel Everybody') Pet. 444 (98 Heartwarmen for yaur wojktafl Iff. F«rt' jbows. GhlUle till,' NJrttJIno. "b^p," to. f Spectators, fverythtno. to suit yoyr tutte, svlt the times , . . an4 your budgeH WAWitts & *>? W™ aa* by rh, IWKriflilf <?*», dlcated that the ed near either Belfast Surely the longdistance was appreciated by Joe. ST. JOEBOYTBANSr-Kftftfttl ' iqo TENNESSEE CAMP iPrivate Wilfred Schneider ha* been transferred from Fort Leon&rrJ Wood, Mo., to Camp Forest life Nashville, Term., where he present on maneuvers. SWEA CITY PARENTS VtsM? WITH SON IN ARMY CAMP Swea City: Mr. and Mrs. Will Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. WftH«r L. Smith of Seneca and Miss Bernadine Sanders left Wednesday foe points In Oklahoma where they will visit Marvin Sanders who lm In service. y LEDYARD SOLDIERS VISIT WITH RELATIVES, FRIENDS Ledyard: Major and Mrs. Virgil Lewis and daughter Elizabeth, viaited several days at the F, T. Lewis, Wilson Brack and Hugh Lewis homes. Virgil has been stationed at Camp Roberts, Calif, but has been transferred to Fort Lett* venworth, Kansas. He was recently promoted to major. Pvt. First Class Eddie Munye* is spending his furlough here with his sister and family, the Chaa. Basharas. He is stationed at Den- r«vr S A L Co. Sf or* * any of our fighting planes are piloted by men who were first taught to fly by CAA WOMEN instructors. When asked if he objected to women teachers, one chap replied, "Why should I? A woman taught me to walk, didn't she?" . .'..'•.-•„ ,. ^,. ,„_,--„_,. .... A woman also : taught him to feed" himself, brush his teeth, not to mention a few other little items such'as how to talk, add, subtract ... and spend his money wisely. Which,is where your S & L store comes into the picture. Drop in at S & L and you'll see how men have learned from their wives where to shop. They've learned that S & L merchandise is as reliable as S & L's famous low prices. It's quite natural we're so fond of women, for they've made us the busy store store we are. And we intend to go on carrying what .they want, at prices they can afford to pay. They have us under control and we love it! $35 Value! ALASKA KARA FUR-FABRIC COAT Rich 100% pure mohair pile In let black to give you the MOioni of wonderful wear and luxurlout warmth you'd expect of real furl Luitroui Sklnner'i latin lining. Beautifully fin- lihed and tailored throughout. Siiei 14 lo 44. . Chenille ROBES K )95 Truly a remarkable price for such luxurious, heavy chenille, Sweeping ankle length. • Raspberry, copen, J, and soft pos- Uls, $ A t'« own STERLING SUITS 23" S40TAUQJUN9 fall Conservative Pi* term and (bedff, Smartly drapfd o« hoftdlflmfy fQMcyy ,n7ipUl farttw |i* £*£ ^^wfW*W> Softy lynne iHATS 195 M Part new bonnetil / Bright trims. ' ' Classics So flat- taring. Such p=y colon. So !aw- prlcedl They look like $101 FALL DRESSES CT95 FAVORITES WITH ALL WOMEN! Two pJect-er«« torsos, nail-head Irlmi, adorable "|Mnlor»" . . Everything! Made |urt for you. 9 to 17, 12 to 20,38 to 44, Men'* Gap*«kl« * Svfff* , J U KET* t Worth of Ua|?$9( t ftrfl "ite fimtJ Sno-Su/ti of 100% WOOL Actual $10 valuel Heavy, moisture resistant, to keep boys and glrlf i n u g and dry. Colorful embrol-. dery. Jacket typei. All wool meltons. HOODS or CAPS . 39e 5 & L's own A DOLL Sh* walk.l Sh* talkil Sh* fllrtil The grand "mamma" and "papa" doll I every little Ifllrl dreamt i of I Select 'NOW on IAYAWAY for Xmas, SAL'town Sterling 0*~ J' 1 "', fc?Ai ^A !•> <*w«*p, -•"•i^M4>4it ,^. v ivy Vnfrttf SfatM>W«f 'fmj* **ffvlarJ)rV ! ?rjs «b^ mm s M. .\ 4 > ,, - ^ -; t/ *r ' ^ J.V ., - (

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