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The Algona Uppei ife* Moinfts, Algona, lowft, Mftj 26, IRV1NGTON GROUP GIVES SHOWER FOR ROBERTA SKILUNG A group of eight ladies, namely Mrs. Elsie Jenkins, Mrs. Paul and James Black, Mrs. Pauline Girres, Mrs. Geo. Johnson, Mrs. Norma Walker, Mrs. Hugh -Raney and Mrs. Fred Geigel are entertaining at a miscellaneous shower on Thursday evening at the Raney home honoring Miss Roberta Skilling. Miss Skilling will leave soon for California, where she will be married. Frank Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Becker, former Irvington residents but now living in Plum Creek township, was graduated Sunday from his advanced course iiv radio work at Madison, ,Wis. It Is not known where he will now be stationed. Mrs. Grace Phillips and Dorothy Robison will be joint hostesses to the Irvington Twp. Ladies Farm Bureau group on Thursday, May 27. Mrs. Dora Weber and Mrs. Cunningham recently went to Lu- Verne where they received the lesson material on canning and will present the same at this group meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Rome Robison have received word from their son, Vernon, that he will soon he moved from the camp at Miami Beach, Fla., where he has been stationed, back to Norfolk, Va. He was located at this same camp some time ago. However he is now receiving advanced instruction in radio mechanics. Earl Ackerman, Burt, Buys Toothman Farm The 190-acre Toothman farm, located one mile south of Burt, was sold last week by tlie Equitable Life company to Earl Ackerman, of Burt. The farm is now operated by Gerald Hutchinson. The sale price was not made public. Mr. and Mrs. Don Richardson and daughter, Karen Rae, of Dougherty, spent the week-end at the home of Mrs. Richardson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lehigh. 2forl HOG SUPPLEMENT VALUE MINRAL MEAT MEAL DOTH Minerals and Proteins in one bag —ready to feed —at one LOW PRICE, Costs lets than average price of minerals. Feeds TWICE as far as tankage. Does a two- way job at a one-way price— saves you work, time, money. Canning Sugar 15 Ibs. the Quota W. Pi French, rationing board chairman, .announces that a change has been" made in the plan for distribution of sugar for canning purposes. The new plan went into effect on Saturday, the 15th, as local rationing boards began the granting of canning sugar applications. Only 15 Pounds Undqr 'the revised plan, Mr. French says, a maximum of only 15 pounds • per person, instead of 25, can be allotted, and that upon proper showing by applicant on the basis of one pound for every four quarts of fruit to be canned. Book No. 1 Stamp Later on the OPA has announced it plans to designate an unused stamp in War Ration Book No. 1 as good for 10 additional pounds of canning sugar. Housewives who only need a small amount of sugar for canning purposes could then obtain a sufficient amount without applying to the ration board. The OPA said persons buying on this plan would only be required to make a declaration to their grocer that the '0 pounds of sugar was to be used for canning purposes. Families who need large quantities of sugar for canning would thus be able to secure the 25 pound maximum originally set by OPA. Sugar used for putting up jams, jellies and preserves is included in the 25 pound limit. Application Blanks Canning sugar application blanks may be had at all distribution offices in the towns in Kossuth. In towns where there is no distribution office, as is the case in Algona, the rationing board has mailed to every grocer a supply of these blanks and applicants may get them at his home grocery. This saves writing to the board or to call by. telephone or to call in person for these canning sugar applications. Hospital News Ask us for a trial bag this week. Absolute money - back guarantee. White's Market Phone 631 East State St. Kossuth Hospital May 13 — Mrs. Knutson, Algona Oscar Johnson, Wilmar, Minn. May 14 — Mrs. William Knoll Lone Rock, girl; Mrs. Ed Davison, Algona, medical. May 15 — Mrs. Wm. Boldridge, Irvington, girl; Beverly Alice Schvent, Bode. May 16 — Bob Harvey, Algona, medical. May 17 — Mrs. Vergie Wolf, Fenton, boy. May 18 — Charles E. Cunningham, Irvington, appendectomy. May 19 — Lareen Berguson, Bode, tonsilectomy. General Hospital May 13 — Mrs. Elmer Glawe, Corwith, girl. May 14 — Mrs. Leonard Heerdt, Ringsted, boy. May 16 — Mrs. Emily Larsen, Swea City, surgery. May 17 — Mrs. William Decker, Whittemore, surgery. May 18 — Mrs. Ralph Stol, Corwith, surgery. May 19 — Mrs. Charles Hamm, Corwith, surgery. Rebekah Lodge Sale New Aprons - Baked Goods RUMMAGE Old A&P Store SATURDAY, MAY 22 Sale Starts at 10:00 A. M. and runs through the day. Uncle Sam Says - - Take care of your furs—make what you have last for the duration and buy bonds. Fur Coats Cleaned and Glazed ALTERATIONS — REPAIRS FREEZING STORAGE ELK Cleaners and Furriers Phone 330 Norman & Perry 17 YEAR OLDS MAY ENLIST AS CADETS FOR AVIATION If you are 17- you may enlist in the army air co^ps and Will nol be called until you are 18 and nol later than 6 months after you have reached your 18th birthday. The following procedure should be followed in making application: One copy of application must be completely filled out. Consent of parents is required and applicant's signature must be witnessed by a notary public. This form may be obtained from any Army Recruiting Station or by contacting the committee. A certified copy of birth certificate or baptismal record must be provided. Three letters of recommendation must be obtained from reputable citizens. Applicant must sign a statement that he is not a farm worker or that his parents do not live on a farm or are engaged in agriculture work. After all the above-mentioned papers are completed applicant may mail them to the Aviation Cadet Examining Board, 320 Old Federal Building, Des Moines, Iowa. Applicants will then be notified when to appear for their mental and physical examinations, which are given in Des Moines. Applicant will pay his own lodging and transportation expense incident to this enlistment. Upon successful completion of both the mental and physical examination, the applicant will then be enlisted in the Army Air Forces Reserve. When called id active duty you will be assigned to a course in Pre-Ayiation Cadet Basic Training prior to being appointed as an Aviation Cadet, during this training you will be rated as a private, at $50.00 per month, plus clothing, medical care and subsistence. When you have completed Pre- Cadet training you will be ap- poyited an Aviation Cadet, sent to an Air Force Classification Center where you will be classified as Pilot, Bombardier, or Navigator During this training you receive $75.00 per month, all clothing and equipment, medical care, subsistence and a $10,000 life insurance policy on which the governmenl pays the premium. When graduated as an Aviation Cadet you will be commissioned a Second Lieutenant or appointed as a Flight Officer depending on whether or not you possess leadership and the qualities required oi Commissioned Officers. The pay in either case is $327.00 per month for those who are married and $291.00 per month for those who are single. A uniform allowance of $250.00 is made to you in either case. A committee, E. J. VanNess, M. Bartholomew and Art Moulds, of the local post V. F. W., serves as a board of review as to tests and procedures to be taken and will be glad to have any young man, 17, contact them concerning further details as to enlistment. LUVERNE NEWS Mrs. Lorena Bend had for her guest Saturday and Sunday her nother, Mrs. 'E. Blacketer, Des Vtoines. Mrs. H. G. Helmick, Brighton, s visiting her daughter and son- n-law, Mr. and Mrs, Harold Philips, this week. August Pergande, west of town farmer, is suffering with rheumatism, It is an inopportune time for a farmer to be laid up. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Peterson and son, Gordon, of Mason City, were over Sunday guests at the parental W, L. Ramus home. ' Miss Vergie Hardcopf has been elected as teacher of the 1st and 2nd grades in the Belmond schools. She has been teaching in Klemme. WEST BEND NEWS Phil Allen of the Great Lakes Naval Training Station spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Miller of Meservey spent the week-end at the home of Mr. Miller's parems, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller. Mrs.' John Herboldsheimer of duttenberg, Iowa, came Sunday or a visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Anderegg. Emery Bevard and daughter, Dorothy, and Richard Christensen spent Wednesday evening at the John Yoch home near Mallard. Mrs. Percy Stone and son, Did' and daughter, Donna Mae, of Algona, spent the week-end visiting relatives and friends in West Bend. Miss Florence Allen, student nurse at Mercy hospital, Des Moines, spent the week-end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Allen. Mrs. Evelyn Bergen returned to her home at Des Moines after a few days visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Sam Banwart, who has been quite sick. LEDYARD NEWS Miss Doris Welfare spent a few days visiting Miss Eilene Nelson and Miss Alice Hagge at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingel visited Sunday with Mrs. Pingel's mother, Mrs. Margaret Looft, at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Christy Henricksen attended the funeral of Mrs. Spencer at Blue' Earth, Minn., Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gabel and Donald and Mrs. Alfreda Leland of Swea City called at the Albert Brand home Tuesday evening. Mrs. George Thompson and Mrs. AJiet Troff visited Mrs. Ernest Jorgensen and Mrs. Donald Pugsley at Elmore Friday afternoon. Mrs. August Knoner spent several days with her daughter, Mrs. Ed Looft, at Lakota, while she was having b,er town property redecorated on the interior. Mrs. Harold Paubenberger aij,d two sons of Hedrick returned home after spending two weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed junkermeier. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Collins and children came Saturday for a two week's visit with Mrs. Collins 1 par * eftts, Mr. find Mrs. Wm. Green, and other relatives. The W. S. C. S. . Will be entertained in the church basement on Thursday afternoon With MfS. August Sprank and Mrs. Henry Feye as hostesses, v Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson were guests of LuVerrie relatives on Mother's Day and visited their mothers' graves. They visited with Lottie and Jennie Mason and Mrs. Peter Thompson. There will be a canning demonstration at the city hall next Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in charge of Miss Schultz, : home demonstration agent. All homemakers are invited to attend. There will be examination of the catechitical class at the Evangelical and Reformed church on Sunday, May 23. The teachers of the classes in the vacation Bible School of the church are Miss Marvella Johnson, Miss Lorraine Darnell, Miss Neoma Junkermeier and Rev. E. P. Ness. K BANCROFT NEWS Mrs. P. J. Schiltz was honored at shower given by the W. C. O. F. last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson and son, Monte, of Algona spent Sunday at the Austin Pearson home. Archibald Murphy, student at Ames, spent the week visiting at the parental Thomas Murphy home. Rev. N. J. Becker of Royal spent from Sunday till Tuesday with Rev. J. H. Schultes and other friends. Corp. Clarence Vaske of Cloyis, New Mexico, spent last week visiting at the parental Mrs. Johanna Vaske home. Sgt. and Mrs. Ralph Menke of Harrisburg, Penn., came last Wednesday for a visit at the J. C. Menke home. Pfc. Bud Olson of Camp Chaffee, Ark., came Friday evening to spend a furlough at the parental Lee Olson home. Sgt. Lyle ' Priebe of Seattle, Wash., came last Tuesday to spend a 10-day furlough at the parental Ralph Priebe home. Gerald Dudding, who is employed in Omaha, Nebr., spent the week-end visiting at the parental William Dudding home. A large crowd attended tho operetta, "The Chimes of Normandy," presented by St. John's High School Choral Club, Sunday evening. Mrs. Christine Gerhard of Glendale, Calif., came Saturday evening to spend the summer at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Reinhard Pothoff. Ration Calendar Class A Ration r Second Inspcir tloh deadline, Sept. 60. * Clftss B Ration: Second inspec tion deadline, June 30. Class C Ration of bulk coupons: Second inspection deadline, May 31. Commercial vehicles: Bvery' 60 days of every 5,000 miles, whichever occurs sooner. Gasoline ' A book coupohi "No. 5/(4 gals, each) expire May 21. A book coupons No. 6 valid May 22 through July 21. Fuel Oil Period 5 coupons (11 gals, each) now valid, expire Sept. 80. Coffee Coupon No. 23 (1 Ib.) valid April 26 through May 30. Sugar Coupon No. 12 (5 Ibs.) expires May 31. Point Rationing G, H, and J blue stamps valid April 24 through May 31. E, F and G red stamps (meats, edible fats, cheese, canned fish), valid through May 31. H red stamp valid May 16 through May 31. J red stamp valid May 23 through May 31. Shoes Coupon No. 17 in War Ration Book One expires June 15. St. John's baseball team won the sectional baseball tournament held at Ringsted last week. The district tournament is being held at Bancroft this week. Mrs. J. H. Welp, Sr., and Bertha spent Sunday at Waterloo visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Mayer, who celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. Guido Schiltz, seaman Ic, of Brooklyn, N. Y., spent Sunday and Monday visiting at the home of his father, A. W. Schiltz, and with other relatives and friends. Sunday dinner guests at the Glen McCleish home at Whittemore were Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Mescher and Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Sam McCleish, Dorothy and Sam and Esther Hutchinson. Julius Stark, U. S. Naval Base, Norman, Okla., Florian Stark of Dubuque, Alma Stark of Des Moines, Matilda and Mary Ann Stark of Washington, D. C., were Mother's Day guests at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Stark. Pvt. Lloyd Eichenberger and Sgt. Lyle Eichenberger were honored at a dinner Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Priebe. Those present were Mi-, and Mrs. Fred Habeger and family of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eichenberger and family, Betty Jean and John Krough of Britt, Pvt. and Mrs. Don Reese of Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., Marjorie Gobel of Ledyard, Rudolph Fisher of Lone Rock and Ernest Priebe of Fenton. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED BATES Minimum charge 25c for 19 words or less. When paid with order, 2c per xvord; when charged, So per word. Np ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients 3c and send cash with order they receive Ic per word commission. For Sale FOR SALE—Used Universal tank type vacuum sweeper. Good as new, J, L. Richardson Hdwe. ,20 FOR SALE —Stock saddles and bridles. D. L. McArthur. 3Vfe miles west and 4 north of Wai- burgs. 20* 'OR SALE — McCormick Deering hay stacker. High lift. Heavy duty. Good condition. Geo. Wildin, Algona. 20* FOR SALE 160. A. unimproved $10,000 With crop, $11,000. 80 A. unimproved $4,000 247 A. good bldgs., elec $100 352 A. good grain and stock "farm,"good bldgs., elec., a good buy at ......: ....$75 160 A. good bldgs., good land....$135 167 A. good bldgs., elec $125 EDW. CAPESIUS Algona, Iowa 20 'OR SALE—100 bu. Manchu soy beans. 85% germination. $2.25 3U. Also 5-year-old bay saddle mare. Sound. H. L. Brandow, Al- -o'na. 20* FOR SALE—Model D John Deere 3-bottom plow. Herman Studer, Wesley. 20* FOR SALE—Good Holstein milk cow. Raymond Kramer, Algona. 1 mi. south Cresco church. 20* FOR SALE — Good Hereford calves, Wt. 300-400. Alphonse Berte, Bode. 20* USED APPLIANCES ^OR SALE —Two washing machines. 3 good used cream separators, 1 electric. 7as engines, ice box, 2 radios, ] /4 .i.p. electric motor, 9x12 linoleum. We repair all makes of washers and engines. Wringer rolls for all makes of washers. Algona Maytag Store; Phone 399. 20 FOR SALE—1% h.p. Lennox gas engine. Max Block, LuVerne. 20* FOR SALE — Richland soybeans grown from certified seed. Cleaned. $2.85 per bushel. Germination 85%. M. A. Sorlein, Bode. 20-21 FOR SALE—Lowe Improved Early Variety Hybrid Seed Corn, white and yellow. Also seed for silo corn. Try some of our numbers with other good numbers. Andrew M. Hansen, dealer. Call Richardson Hdwe. Phone 274 or 945-W. 20* FOR SALE—4 tractor sweeprakes. Several No. 4 McCormick Deering electric cream separators. Farmall radiator cores. No. 15 pickup baler. J. E. Ukena, Lakota. 20 FOR SALE—1 4-row cultivator for "H" and "M" Farmall. Also 3 power lift and 1 hand lift cultivators for "H" and "M" tractors. See us for Manila binder twine. Algona Implement Co. Phone 52. State and Jones. 20 FOR SALE—Good used full-sized steel beds with link springs. Also two kitchen cabinets. Gamble Store. 20 NEW MERCHANDISE FOfi SALE —Electric motors, Iowa cream separators and milking machines. Algona Maytag Store. Phone 399. 20 FOR SALE— 25 Purebred Here T for,* .rarlfeft ; JW1&. Serviceable FOR SALE—1936 good tires, grain box, stock rack, gravel box, two- wheeled trailer. Martin Griese, Burt. i 20* FOR SALE—Tomato plants at 15c per doz. Special prices on large quantities. Also 31 in. inner tubes. Otto Nelson, 605 West Nebraska. 20* FOR SALE—100 bushels Mudken soybeans. Price $2.25 per bu. Germination good. Herman Becker, 1 mile east of Irvington. 20-21 FOR SALE—Two sets of serviceable back pad harness. Joseph Skow, Wesley. 20 FOR SALE—Hereford bulls. Also Hampshire boars. Bred gilts, May and June farrow. Joseph Skow, Wesley. 20 RUBBER STAMP PADS and ink, black, blue, green, 40c each at the Algona Upper Des Moines Office. 11-If FOR SALE—Spotted Poland China boar. Louis Scheppmann. Four miles east, four south, Algona. 19-20* FOR SALE—Book of 500 receipts and duplicates, 4 to a page, $2.50. Algona Upper Des Moines. 9tf Wanted HELP WANTED—Experienced or apprentice meat cutters. We pay you while we train you. A fine opportunity for ambitious men to learn a good trade. Apply at your local Council Oak Store, Algona, Iowa. 19-22 WANT TO BUY—Good used portable typewriter. Nick N. Thilges. Phone Bode 2568. 20* WANTED—To rent small house or four room apartment by June 1st. Call 421. 20* WANTED IMMEDIATELY—Companion housekeeper in modern home. Mrs. Delia Carroll, Burt, Iowa. Box 142. 20* WANTED—Common laborer. Will hire for year by week or month. Botsford Lumber Co., Algona. 20 WANT TO BUY baby stroller. Write Mrs. Harold Luedtke, Algona. 20* WANTED—Dishwasher. Hotel Algona. 20-tta Lost-Found STRAYEJ>-TQ our place: Rgd few* •»» , NEW. Aliia . bhalmM" «'*»» tfaetef, Discs, planters, 'Matf hfj6» tflne type buff mill/ ptimp jacks, tanks, hog and cTiickelri feeders and watered. We now have "fractolube" oil and grease, the amazing new oil handled only by implement dealers. Bradley Bros., South Hotel Algona. 20 ASK Ytjur TANVlLAC DEALER : about ouf New Method of Dry Feeding. MIX TANVlLAC with your home grown grains in your self feeders .and watch results. Hogs and Pbultry, J. L. Richardson Hardware'Store, Algona. • 20 USEl) MERCHANDISE 1931 Chevrolet truck. I. fl. C. Pickup baler with motbf. Allis Chalmers U. C. "tractor, and cul-- tivator. Farmall With cultivator. A. C. 20-35 tractor. I. H. C. 15-30. Several spring tooth harrdws, plows, discs, planters, mowers, cream separators. Bradley Bros., South Hotel Algona. 20 COMING—Very soon to the Legion Ballroom, Bancroft, fbf a farewell engagement: AL MENKE & HIS CELEBRATED 14 PIECE ORCHESTRA, featuring the Voice and Trumpet of Johnny Glaser and Radio Songstress Joyce Jarrett. Watch' for Date. Menke's Orchestra is going on a ballroom and theatre tour of the East, to be co-starred with Bonnie Baker, beginning May 28th. 20 GET YOUR typewriter and adding machine ribbons tat the Algona Upper Des Moines. 4-tf HOME LOANS TO BUY, REPAIR OR REFINANCE. NEW LOW INTEREST RATE AND TERMS—WHY PAY MORE. Algona Federal Savings & Loan, Algona, Iowa. Buy Bonds Here. 18tf DESK BLOTTERS, assorted colors—dark green, chocolate, red, pink, blue and peach for sale at the Upper Des Moines office, IHc each, 2 for 25c. _ 3-Vf PHONOGRAPH RECORDS —All the new releases. Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. . 1-lf JUST RECEIVED a new shipment • of Warm'Morning coal heaters. $49.95 each. You likely are eligible to buy one.—Raesly Cumber So. Phone 234 3-tf Exchange Dept. Basement : Good Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers. Bjustrom's Furniture. 1-tf ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale at the Algonn Upper Des Moines office. Regular • size, 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size, 20c each, : for 35c. 34-ti BUY YOUR pencil-and type? Carbofi at tM6 Al£fin& Uppe* SEE ME FOR Real Bargains in farina, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on tile.—Phil J. Kohlhaas, phone 22, Algona. 1-tf BURN BERwIrlD BRtQtfE'TS Of Warm Morning Coal. Know fuel satisfaction.—Raesly Lumber do. 3-tf FOR DURABILITY—For ImpfeS- slveness—Use Better Paper. Tho best papers are made from rags, Try New Era Bond, 20 Ib. sub-» stance,, for a really fine paper. $2.70 for, 500 sheets.- (The Algona uppisf - Des -'Moinefe'' > 9Hf IF -YOU NfiED rubber stamps for any purpose, you can order them at The, Algona'Upper D,6s Monies. 50c and up. ., ' • 13-u KEEP 'YOuir~Sefvice Man' supplied with stationery.' Send hint a box with /his branch dnsljjhia embossed on each sheet. BoxV<e6n« tains 50 sheets and 50 enveWpes. 11.151 findN. and Ma: " df fkaiiks We wish ftHha'ftfc ottf and neighbors who so generbusly gave their hel£ al the toe of the fife •" i ' H. F. Schullz and ion, George, 20*', Expert Furniture Upholstering AND REPAIRING Located One Door South Iowa Theatre PHONE 852 Sam Kaufman »:.**. ..... > 20*. Getting Married God in his infinite wisdom created Eve &»• a companion for Adam. I do not know whether they were married or not. Anyway it is proof plenty that they were intended for each other, and as husband and wife is the Way Gbd intended people to live. Many a marriage goes on the rocks because the husband does not open his pocket book often enough. Treat the-young wife as you treat a partner in business. She has as many rights'as you have and will carry her share of the-load down the bumpy road of life. Young 1 ady be a pal to your husband. It is man's nature to love a pal. If you belong to a club well and good but do not join every society and circle in tbwn. Enjoy your neighbors but do not try to run .the neighborhood. Many a woman while working to build a home in Heaven is neglecting what could be a very happy home here on earth. Many a good woman has gone through life raising everybody's children in the neighborhood except; her own. But whether you are married or single in order to be happy you must'have comfortable'feet. Jimmie Neville has the answer to your''foot question. "Patricia Pat," those beautiful dress pumps and ties Will add charm to any costume. For every day wear "Silver Sewed" ties will ; do more to make life walk easy than any shoe'we ever sold. Tired, aching feet:have a hankering: to get in "Silver Sewed" comfortable, wearable, durable, honest shoes! They were bargains last year and at the same -prices they are .bargains this year. i : >• ,*'•''" J •'••'• ki -H '••"•' '" <: ' immie Neville r THE SHOE MAN ' right. C. M. Haas, Rodman. 20-21 CRISP — COOL - COMFORTABLE SUMMER DRESSES Chrischilles Store You wouldn't think there was my scarcity of merchandise when you see this great, enormous array of new, cool summer dresses on display in our newly painted, clean ready-to»wear department, Just dozens and .dozens of them in many styles and in a great variety of fabrics, including ginghams, chambrays, seersuckers, and a^ha^*oftmw<tlty cotton and rayon materials. Also plenty of washable rayons and Bmbergs. Come in this we^fc and two or three while assortments THERE ABE PM5NTY OF POPVMR TWQ'TOPP 4.50 6.50 8.00 10.95

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