The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 14, 1943 · Page 3
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fltt AlgOttA tfpltif 0*8 MdflOB, AigOttft, IOWA, jAtt. 14> 19*3 ^* ,,„,.,,,,';•? .~f.t-.. - —^ »-JLi ..„. ..;;.'i ;LA!'LJ^i^kiLL^££jii£^!^^ UNWN4-HGIRL5 AT ESTHER WILL HOME SATURDAY Union: ftsther Will was hostess 'to the Alethean 441 club girls at Ifte* ihotne last Saturday afternoon. 'Club president, Betty Sarchet wna in charge. All members 'but one we*e present. Shirley iHarvey gave •a talk on foot exercise and Ruth rtfeerdt spoke on "Proper Shoes." 'Games Were pt&yed and lunch served. Mrs. Ha/ley Will and Mrs. Walter Heerdt were guests. .Mr* Nellie Jenklhfion, leader, and Mrs. Roy Satchel, assistant, were also present. Mrs. Cora Bacon was a guest at ihe 'home of her son, Floyd, Sunday. • iHoward Sarchet has returned to his studies at Ames following the holiday vacation. ; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Oellenfeldt •were visitors at the 'Rudolph Will "home last Friday evening. •Frank Gtbbs of Brlnkley, Arkansas, visited last week at the Roy Sarchet home. He is an uncle, by marriage of Mrs. Sarchet. 'Merrill 'Bacon, son of Floyd Bacon, who attended Ames the first .semester, did not return to h.'-s studies but will remain on the farm to help h.'« father tKe coming year,' • Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Gardner are the parents of a baby girl born on Deo.. 20th. This makes them a -famMy of two girls and one 'boy. The little lady has ibeert named -Joleen iRae. . . A group of ladies captained by Mrs. Albert Sarchet have made a quilt for the soldiers and have three more In the makl-ng. Thoae assisting are Marguerite Gardner, Nellie Jenklnson and Bertha Sarchet. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson hat Been named •VfaclHe." Mr*, wllsdft is the former Eleanor Crutkshank. She returned to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Crulkshank from the Kossuth hospital the flrit week In January. She la making her home With her parents while her husband !-s In the service. (Maxlne Dlttmer, Irene Bjustrom and Ellen Holmgren were hostesses to the <3ood Mope W. S. C. S. at the Dlttmer home last Wednesday af* ternoort The newly-elected officers took charge. They were announced In a recent issue. The society meets once a month as does th_> Busy 'Bee club, and the Mothers and Daughters club until the war .'•s won. A quilting party was held all day last Friday at the Floyd Gardner home. A "Friendship" qu'.lt was quilted and a pot luck dinner was enjoyed at noon. Ladies attending were Mrs. Emll Stoffel of Plum Creek, Mrs. Chas. Ulfers and Mrs. Ray Besch, Al*ona, Mrs. Jack Grandjennett, Mrs. Louis Bode, Mrs. Walter Heerdt, Mrs. Chris Alt and Alice Will of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode entertained Tuesday evening at a 6:30 df.nner Irr honor of their wedding anniversary and their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchet and sons, Kenneth and David. The Sar- chets and Bodes Were married on the .same day 27 years ago and celebrate each year, alternately. Lieut. Allen Sarchet, of Wichita, Kansas, and a daughter, Mrs. Arnold Heise of Coffeyvllle, Kansas, of the Sarchet family were unable to be present and Petty Officer Bernard J. Bode of Norfolk, Va., was absent from the Bode family. Government Has Them According to a deflation- given by a pupil in a state examination "n statistician Is a man who draws n .mathematically precise line from an unwarranted assumption to a foregone conclusion." MRS. H. H. MURRAY ELECTED HEAD OF LAKOTA RED CROSS Lakota: The Red Cross held n meeting Saturday evening to elect off.'«ers. Mrs. H. H. Murray who has been acting chairman since Mrs. R. L. Williams went to San Diego, Calif., was elected chairman; Mrs. I. E. Wortman, secretary and (Mrs. W. E. Ley, treasurer. .- The women are uslirg the council room In the town hall for their'sewing work, and other meetings. AUDREY BRANDT, TITONKA, HONOREE AT LAKOTA PART V Mesdames Adolph Poppe and Henry Boettcher, Lakota, were the hostesses to a miscellaneous p.re- nuptlal shower Thursday afternoon at the Otto Engelbarts home, honoring Audrey Brandt, Tltonka, who will marry Elmer Engelbarts in th > future. Sixty Women were present and the honaree received many beautiful gifts. 'Mrs. August Sleper and Elnora Poppe had cha'rge of entertainment and offered two contests, one guessing number ot pieces of macaroni In a glass jar with iLenrrlce Brandt as winner and two making as many words as possible out-of the letters in the bride's name^-with Mrs. Ray Johnson winning with 60 words. After the opening of the gifts lunch wa r served and a social hour followed. Mrs. Ray Hertzke entertained <• group of friends at bridge Friday evening. The John Heetlands arrd the Geo. Heetlands were supper guests at the Henry Whalens Friday. •Mrs. August Sleper spent Friday afternoon with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Poppe. SHOP REGULARLY AT SUPER VALU. SAVE TIME, TIRES, GAS, SAVE MONEYI \ *' ~ ~ " ^ T)I«M Ev*ry Da/ low Rrlc»s, Except on P«rlihabl«i, Ar« Guarantod Thru JAN. 21. 18K COFFEE WHEATIES FLOUR $1.67 vrt i « f A f \f ••• Vlr •§ SOFTASILK PANCAKE FLOUR SUN RICH PREPARED 3'/2 IB. PKG. MATCHES UK IALAD rrvti Mustard WAND N BRAND Peanut Butter CAROL QUEEN Olives CRISP DILL Pickles JUICE or Grapefruit 4eot . 8TRINQLE88, OUT Green Beans 2 "I 2 27c CUT No. '2 Green Beans. 2 V.;, 1 ' 25c QUEST ALASKA ISKPeas 20N0 'U n 17c CREAM 8TVLE • . White Corn 2 Nc ^ 2 23c 45c 29e 18c 25c MARV LYNN ASSORTED 20e Soup Mix 2l /, 0 ,. 8 i.u QERBER'8 CHOPPED Baby Food 3 OERBER'S STRAINED rijh Baby Food 3 4 ;; n , 19C FLAV-O-RITE DARK , Corn Syrup 6 ib.eia.v QELATIN DESSERT Radiant 4 •£?- 19c SUN RICH EXTRA CRISP Corn Flakes 3 1p l;j20c 8UN RICH Bran Flakes SUN RICH lOc Wheat Flakes 2 J£ 16c •UN RICH Wheat Cereal 2P V 14c Assorted COOKIES lb. (UN RIOH QUICK OR REO. Rolled Oats •$? 18c MARV STEVENS Cake Flour Blb . pl ,,. 25e SUN RICH BUCKWHEAT Pancake Flour 3 p k ' a ' b 17c AMERICAN BEAUTY, ELBO Macaroni 2 'Jfc 23c AMERICAN BEAUTY, OUT Spaghetti 2 '„£ 23e MARY STEVENS Corn Starch i , b , P n g . 7c SEEDLESS Raisins . »«,. pkB . 24c REDI.FLO, RCQ. OR IODIZED Salt 2lb. pkg. » e SNO WHITE -** Gloss Starch 3 lb . pto . 19C NORTHERN Tissue 5 ,„,„ 25c NORTHERN Roll Towels r0 ii or 160 10c KIBBLES Ken-L Ration 2 lb . M ,I O 25c KIBBLED K-9DogFood4; k °' 19c KIBBLED K-9 Dog Food ^ 23c HY TEST I ..*. 1 18 01. Ol - lye 3 «„„ 21 c SELF POLISH INO Aerowax pln( 23c MARY STEVENS, KITCHEN FRESH RICH, FIAVQRFUL 32 OZ. JAR SALAD DRESSING •WM MM J^Vk M FRESH FRUITS MTURAl | VITW«INS Winners, large pr small-Ring or Minced Bologna lb, (9c Summer 3AU9aK9 lb« 27aC Tender Pisnicf ,---lb. lie fork Cutlets .,---.--,16, 386 Ring Uver Sausage lb. 19e Fr^b Pork Ne«k Pones - Jb, 9c HOOD'S Oranges, Ig, 176 size . _doz, 3Qc Texa« Grapefruit -.10 for 29c Fancy Apples ,. ----- ,_ _lb^ 5c Cranberries .,__ -------- qt, I9c Fresh Carrots .,2 bunches |7c ''Pete 1 ' 1 Kollasch, ion of Mr. and MM. Joe Kollasch is speftdlng & furlough With home* folks. He S In the navy. Several little children, David Ley, JosepH and Sue Ellen Schiosel, and Mrs. Alfred Johnson and Mrs. Bill Boehm are all on the sick list. {Catherine Poppe left Friday for Ledyard where she Will work for Mrs. Lou Nits:, who is moving into the rooms of a service station-, which they will operate. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Haack at the Buffalo Center hospital Thursday. The Haacks live two miles northeast of town and this is the first child. Mrs. Haack is the former Emma Rhoda. Mrs. Grace Bruer sold her residence last week to Henry Dontje, S*., and possession will be given March 1st. Mrs. Bruer will move to Buffalo Center to be near her s!-sters. A Mr. Kelly, who works on the road and wife will move Into the Dontje home west of town on No. 0. Guests of Mrs. C. R. Smith Friday were a nephew of her late husband, Pilot Frarrcis H. Smith and his bride of a few days from Roswell, New Mexico, where hs graduated last week Monday and is being transferred to the Air Cbtrps at Albuquerque, N. M. Accompanying them to the pilot's mother, Mrs'. Howard Smith of Clark's Grove, Minn., and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Carl Smith md daughter, Sharon from Albert Lea. Pilot Smith will pilot a bomber at a new field. Mason City Bus LilW To Elthervillte Project Ha* Been Abandoned , There Is to be no bus line fronY Mason City to Esther- WHe, according to a letter to Ray Sperbeck, Swea City Herald editor, from Albert Fleming, secretary ot the Buffalo Center Business Men's club. The letter from the Northland Greyhound Lines reads In part: "The Office of Defense Transportation Is opposed to Inter-city operators starting any new operations at this time. Furthermore we do not have any surplus equipment and it Is impossible to get any more. >We have been limited also to the number of miles we may operate under gasoline ratlonln-g." Swea City Creamery Elects Directors •Swea City: The Swea City Creamery Co-Operative held Ms annual dinner and business meeting Saturday. About 60 were present and elected the following directors: for the three year term, Will Tobin and Ralph Walker, Jr.; for one /ear, H. B. Jones. Other directors are George Harner and Cecil Thoreson. Mrs. James Vaux Is secretary. Not Balloon Tires Charles Helden of Osborne can toll the state how to conserve automobile tires. He owns a 1917 model car that has one tire 25 years old and still serviceable. St.^Paul's Church at Whittemore Adds More Ground to Property The first quarterly meeting of St. Paul's Lutheran congregation for 1943, was held Sunday afternoon in the Lutheran school auditorium. The Rev. W. R. Discher opened the meeting with a scripture reading and prayer, and after the regular routine of the meet- .'•ng, it was voted that the'board of trustees buy a new plat of ground which includes the place now owned by Theodore Elbert and the corner lot of R. A Behnke and the vacant lot of the former J, H. Wolf residence. The house was movud from this lot early this winter by John Rabe of West Bend, who remodeled it In-to a modern homo. This new location is south of where the church now stands, and will make an ideal location for a new church and picnic ground. The trustees bought the place owned by Henry Krueger of West Bend, las,t spring which consisted of about three-quarters of an acre and intended to buy more ground adjoining this place, but the location was not so well suited for a church as the new location. The former two houses and the .latter place will be sold and the new plot will be planted to trees and shrubbery. Dick Vaughn has acepted a position with the Decker packing plant in Mason City. Mrs. George Elbert is now teaching the Charles iBorman school four miles' south \bf Whittemore. ; " 'Mr. and Mrs. Edward Butler and daughter and Clara Vaudt of Buffalo Center visited with relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bahlmer and daughters of Maple Hill visited with Mrs. Bahlmer's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Meine. Mrs. William B. Higgins arrived here from Monmouth, Oregon, and will visit for several weeks with relatives here and in Algona. Mrs. Henry Felder returned on Sunday from Ledyard where she spent the holidays with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan. Mr. arid Mrs. Robert Cash of Clear Lake spent the week end with (Mr. and Mrs. William Meyev, Jr. They returned to Clear Lake by railroad Sunday evening. Leon Benschoter, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Benschoter, underwent an appendix operation- at the McCreery hospital Thursday, and id reported as getting along nicely. Alice Eisele who has been teaching school at Webb, the past four weeks has resigned that school and accepted a teaching positfon in the rural school just south of the Lotts Creek store starting on Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Zinnell are the parents of, a daughter born Monday. Mrs. Zinnell has spent the past month here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Michael Schumacher. The little Miss was named Rosa Ann. The Zinnells lives in Pontiac, 111. Livermore Eastern Star Lodge Installs Livermore: There was open installation of the officers of the Eastern star on Tuesday evening. The following officers, were installed: worthy matron, Madge Malin; worthy patron, Ulua Wilson; associate matroti, Virginia Roney; associate patron, Herbert Roney; conductress, Florence Beardsley; secretary, Martha King; treasurer, Mareia Ber^ ryh.'ll; organist, Ethel Howard; chaplain, Libbie Brown; sentinel, Charles Howard; warden, Maxlne Hauek; Adah, Jessie Pooch; Ruth, Vera Clark; Esther, Mildred Roney; Electa, Carrie Gregerson; marshal, Rose Smith. SEXTON NEWS . lilrs. -Fred Neajhrin$ a n«i 4ft«MS»- ter, Shirley were visitors Saturday at the home of Mrs. Henry (Slave at Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven and children of Hutching were Sunday dinner guest? at the home of Mr. and Mr«. Everett Steven. , Mr. and (Mrs. Herman Wise and daughters were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John VOBS, Jr. A birthday dinner was given in honor of Delmar Vosa who celebrated b& seventh *Jlrtbda.y. His grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. 1 John Vow, §r,, and great-grandmother, Mrs- D. Ypss were t^si«. Pr, John 0, £utbinan presented a very inspiring awnpji to the friends and menibers of the ton MetlWdi^t cliijirch e .n Sunday W*rf ------ • Mr. and Mrs. Herman- Meyer, Mr. and (Mrs. Herman Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. William Ostwald and daughters, Beverly Ann and Donna Rao. and Mr. and Mrs. WMliam Meyer, Jr. and son, William Elmo visile .1 at the Arthur Heidenwith home on Sunday evening. A -farewell party was held Sunday evening at the Oonnie Doyle home in honor of the Doyles who moved to.Spencer where Mr. Doyle has accepted a posit'on in a creamery. Mrs. Larry Doyle accompanied them and will remain a weyk to help them get settled. (Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and daughter, Gertrude, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith and grandson, Ralph Sebers, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son, Gail, Mr. and Mrs. WMliam Meyer, Jr. and son, William Elmo and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn and family were Thursday evening visitors at the Alfred Bruhn home. Joseph Oscar, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Weber, was born at the McCreery hospital Wednesday. Carrol Rose, daughter, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Vern Mathahs orr Thursday; daughter, Jiuanita Ann, born Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. August Vaudt, Jr., and Sharon Kay, born to Mr. and Mrs. Ellisson on the same (day. Mr. .and Mrs. Robert Finnell v'.s- ite'd at the'ht)m e P^ their daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Hockenberry in- Mason City, over the week end. Their grandson, Romer Hockenberry, who is a first pilot on a flying fortress and is stationed at Pueblo. Colo.. was home on a furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Finnell, Jr., of Des Moines spent the day wtth his parents at his sisters' home. The Neighborly Woman's club met at the home of Mrs. Anthony Buscherfeld Thursday afltdrnoon, with Mrs. Buscherfeld as hostess. The afternoon was spent playing 500. Miss Uosie Foley won the high prize and Mrs. Leo Elbert, low and Mrs, William Fandel won the travel prize. A clelicio'is lunch wo.s served. Guests were Lena Elhert, Mrs. Raymond Elbert and Mrs. Grs- gory Elbert. Phyllis Vaudt returned to Waldorf college at Forest City Monday after spending two weeks visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vaudt over the holidays and with Harold Behnke who is stati-gned a f . Columbia, Mo., with the navy. Dawn Vaudt, her sister, left last week for Hondo Field, Texas, for a few weeks' visit with John Struecker of Fenton, 'who is stationed at a camp there. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard (Meyer entertained the following at cards on Thursday evening 1 :' Mr. and Mrs,. Archie Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bargman, and Mr, and Mrs. William Meyer, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Greinert, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greiirert and daughter, Verdell, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn and family, and Mr. and Mrs. William Ostwald and daughters, Beverly Ann and Donna flae. Cards were the evening's entertainment which was followed by lunch. SALE Spun Rayon Utility Dresses Washable, Nice tailoring and rtyling, $2.98 values, reduced to $2.45 $3.98 values reduced to $2.94 $4,95 values reduced to FREDDUTTONIS LEDYARD AGENT OF RATION BOARD Ledyafd: Fred Dutton has been appointed to act as local representative of the rationing 'board In Ledyard. This appointment is made in order to save gasoltae for applicants to the board In driving to Algona. MARGE BAltNES ANNOUNCES MARRIAGE IN WEST JAN. 1 Word has been received from Margery Barnes, written to her sister, Mrs. Aellt Troff, of her marriage orr January 1st to L. D. Scott of Salt Lake City, Utah, and the couple. Is making the Elk Hotel In that cHy their home. Margery has many friends in Ledyard who will wish her much happiness in her ne whome. She Is a graduate of the Ledyard high school and has has been working in a Sun Valley resort which has now closed for the duration. ALBERT BRANDS VISIT WITH RELATIVES IN ST. PAUL Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brand went to South St. Paul Sunday with a load of live stock. They spent the evening visiting with Mrs. Brand's mother and brother and family, Mrs. Josephine Weise and the Weidon Welse family in St. Paul. On Monday Mrs. Brand visited at the Peter Knops home with Mrs. Arvid Brand and son, Gary, who are making their home with the Knops while Arv:-d is serving with the navy. He is now stationed at Pearl Harbor where he is a navy metal- smith second class. He is at present taking a course in other navy work. Arvid left San Franc'sco December 26, 1941, for Pearl Harbor and has been stationed there about a year now. Alvin and Alfred Busch left on Tuesday for Californ!*. • Rev. Mueller attended an M. E. district ministerial conference in Algona the latter part of last week. Lawrence Flynn returned to St. Paul Monday after a visit here. He is attending the University of Minnesota at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mayne and Corp. Allen Looft, of Swea City, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mr,«. N. A. Pingel (Monday evening. Mrs. D. B. Mayer and Mrs. N. A. Pingel were hostesses to the members of the W. S. C. S. Thursday afternoon at the latter's home. Mrs. D. B. Mayer visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dunham at Waterloo several days last week, returning home Sunday afternoon. A card party was held at the Earl Haas home Friday evening. Five hundred was played and a delicious lunch was served by the hostess. Miss Katherine Poppe of Lakota, is helping her aunt, Mrs. A. L. Nitz, wh'.le moving .from the Fred Darnell residence to the Howard Mayne station. .Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pugsley and four,' children - of Elmore, Afinn., were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Pugsley's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mayne and Wallace and Mrs. Lawrence Mayne left Tuesday for California where the former will be employed and Mrs. Lawrence CMayne will join her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pingnl Fred Looft home in Swea City Tues- Fred Looft home in Swea ity Tuesday afternoon and with their son, Corp. Allen Looft, of Camp Crowder, 'Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingel and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Looft and Den- BY OF CALIFORNIA you can LOOK as qooctas you FUSL .../a $ fetch/ Sizes 12 to 50. HATS ON at ri!d and Corp. Allen Looft of City, were dinner guests at the Mr. and Mrs. Edward Looft home Tuesday evening. The Home Guard meeting was held Friday evening at the homo of M'ss Estella Frey. Those attending were Darlene Schroeder, Mary Lou Countryman, Margaret Yahnke, Estella Mae Frey, Beverly Looft; Mrs. D. B. Mayer and Geraldine Manthei. Frank Nltz has purchased the Mrs. Albert Barnes house, now occupied by the Tim Doocy family. The Nltz family will move to Ledyard in the near future. Ted Thi- gas has rented the Frank Nltz farm and will move his family there as soon as it Is vacated by the Nltz family. Mrs. Ella Gelhaus entertained at Sunday dinner In honor of her daughter, Mrs. L. D. Mayne, who left for SSfl ,, day, to join h«r hlilti present were Mr. aifd Klihkfllek and Keith, Mr Henry Blome ahd Mr*. Wm. Poppe and family. Mr. and Mrs. Deftnls S received word from her Mrs. Geo. Rockwood of ton, Minn., who recently underwent an operation at the St. Mary's ho#- pltal in Rochester, that she & two* greasing nicely. Mrs. Rockwood has visited often with her parent* In Ledyard and Is well known httcV A shower was given at the Ottt» Engelbarts home on Tuesday '•*«*• nlng honoring Miss Audrey Brandt of Titonka, who will soon become the bride of Elmer Engelbarts, oldest son of Mr. and Mr«. Otto Engelbarts. Many beautiful And useful gifts were received. Game* were played and a lunch at KRESENSKY'S / >^^T—-^ V__ /MINX MODES 'Keyed to the 4 basic per- tonality type* ... come see which one u ymtn! Affini-type* 2-ptecer ... a "pretty* for the week-end whirl 1 Passed with cheers by the Minx Modes College and Career Girl Board of Review...a perfect little heart-breaker In black with tricolor bows. Sizes 9 to 17. Minx Modes Juniors Here Exclusively THE SENSATIONAL WITH NEW SliNPHIZINO N9N-CU HI WANT SUPPORT So ., -you think s e-h? TTi^n ypw baveo't discover. cd KQRET'S new GIRDLSU* th»t wper? the mid-riff to flattering ?Urnriess! Rouble belted 19 give you especially firm suppor? , . , »nd wito |he clever ntv KPSFT il4» clufnq. Since GWPISLAX we popularly prjce4, , .why.de ny yourself th '^'W^^^^l-^'^-'^ d Dresses that sold at $6.52, .. Dresses that sold at $7.95- „ Dresses that fold »t $8,95 Drea.e* that ield ftlf Dresses that sold at $14,95 100 pair of Siwde AH suede Shades in black h IL«fc«e«AM4 FAIMS s ~ Well suited in this styl- ine Junior Original of soft Shetland with flattering lines. Detailed pockets and lapel pin. In six allied colors. Others beige, Bombay ; blue, Mexican gold, Balalaika blue, Hawaiian lime, Chinese red. Sizes 9 to 17. $22.75 January Sale of Coats Fleece Reversible Coats _,-l -,--$$ Tweeds, Plaids, Fleece Coats at __-$ll Fur Fabrics in black at - - - , „ —,—$ 19 Zip Lined Coats at .-,___ .$24 and $29 Fur Trimmed Poats __._$29 and $34 200 Dresses 200 $4-00

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