Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 9, 1933 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 9, 1933
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tralA from the twohourfl late y««terday. MaV gtaab, lU Mars, came to-visit Mr. and Mrs. Theo. I chrietensen Is spending the ,t Chicago, buying' goods for e. , Duhlgg, Emmetsburg, was •or Tuesday at his sister Mrs. IMcMahon's. - JSlbert was sick early in : and unable to attend to at his garage. / "^ •and Mrr. Z. T. Holdren, of spent last Thursday with former's sister, Mrs. Mary Jey- . • ,, r . ard Holecek, radio shop pro.• was operated on for appen- f'at the Kossutih hospital Sat- j morning. | and Mrs. S. H. McNutt re- to Ames Monday, after a few ,ere. They are with a son who f with a relapse of the "flu." j. W. Mangan, Minneapolis, Iter Dorothy, and son Harry [•home Tuesday, after a vtelt Sunday with the W. P. Hemp- 13, daughter of the *Roy gs, Tltonka, was brought to tossuth hospital yesterday for Lent for a bone Infection in one I •/ . • ( and Mrs. W. S. Wlndell re- last Thursday from Hamp- Jirhere they had spent a week I their daughter, Mrs. James }ge- ,'.'• , . E. Laird, who suffered.a se- heart attack some weeks ago, Is Up and about the house. It will [few weeks yet before he can be outdoors. tie drove debaters were to com- vlth the local H. S. debaters I yesterday afternoon, but be- j of the extremely cold weather jonteet was postponed. Vf. Godfrey went to 'Dee j Tuesday morning for a meet- |f the state board of'education day and yesterday. He planned |to have a look-in at the legisla- i C. Dalley has been re-elected ary of both the Spencer Cham- E Commerce and the Clay coun- The Chamber pays him and the fair pays $840; total, local high school wrestlers I scheduled to compete with Burt Lrt last Thursday night, but the CALS to this week then again to [was postponed pay night, and Wht, pre will be a basket social and i at No. 8 school, Burt town- I next week Friday night. The |l is two miles west and three north of Burt, and Sarah ng is teacher. le Laird and Mary Elizabeth floim Godden attended' a birth- arty in honor of Jean French, <a, Saturday. Jane Is a cousin an's, and Jean is the daughter f. and Mrs. H. A. French. and Mrs. John Shirley, who d from Lincoln, Neb., a week Wday, went to Iowa City yes|y to visit Dr.,and,^Mrs.j.Hale ]ey. John attended the untvers- ' Nebraska last semester. and Mm. D. H. Goeders went Moines Monday, and Mr. spent part of that day and ' attending a meeting of the fish and game commission. [ were expected home yesterday. Call, Kansas City, was here of last week. He cam« Tuesday went .back Friday. He '.a con- rt with the Kansas City Life "nee company, and his brother ' of Des Moines, is Iowa man- . Paul Leaverton, county H. D "I Mrs. j. H. Warburton, Lacounty p. 03. woman's chair- went to Ames Monday to at- wrm and home week. They expected back yesterday or to- I* annual Algona District Meth- 1 music f est i val lnstltuted b b * Up <; rlntende nt W. H, Lease ^""""^i this year, and the ' h ' " ta u e plkce a*, the Meth, ^ch here Sunday night, u "ty Agent Morrison attended ofClce Friday by Arthur Hanselnmn, Koseuth, and Lydla Jantc, Hancock. A license was Issued last week Monday to Frank Porter, Ledyard, and Thelma Kesler, Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Carrel! Johnson will move to the James Aljen house on south Dodge March 1. Mr. Johnson Is employed on the local telephone lines, and Mm. Johnson Is the for- mei 1 Irma Fox, who clerked at the Goeders store till a year ago. , A. L. Long and W. Q. McCullough drove to Nevada in the Laird & McCullough ambulance Sunday, and brought home Mrs. Long, who had been at the Adventlst sanitarium three weeks, taking treatment for sciatic rheumatism. She is still confined to bed. Mrs. George 'Good, Spirit Lake, and her son Jerry, are spending the week with Mrs. Good's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Benson. George, who is a railway express agent, brought them Sunday and spent the day here. He will come back next Sunday for his family. Mrs. G. W. Mlndcmann, Apache, Okla., writes to renew her Advance subscription, and says: "We don't want to miss an issue. We always call for the paper at the postoffdce before the carrier has a chance to take It out." The Mlndemanns live on a rural mall route. Mr. and Mrs. Wayman Closson, Mason City, and their baby son Wilbur, came Sunday to visit Mrs. Closson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, J. Hertlg. Mr. Closson went back that night, Mrs, Closson and the baby remaining for the week. Mr. Closson will return Sunday for his family. Mrs. John C. Ward, northeast of Wesley, her daughter, Mrs. C. A. Bird, near Woden, and another daughter, Frances Ward, with Mrs. Bird's children, were Algona visitors Saturday. Though the Wards and the Birds get mail from different points, they live in the same neighborhood. At last week Monday's Rotary club meeting W. C. Dewe] spoke on the. money question, and the discussion was by request continued this H because he was in debt and wanted his family to get his life !nsur- KOBBUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA nnce. Only were BOM In *M ' sold in this county In January, six in December, acco cling * ° S " C0nfle9 count v lr " Urer ' B ° fflco - The total . of new cars sold in the county last year wns only 184 The '" January wero three -and one Essex. License* so fa,- this year on both now old cars totaled 4926 Tuesday morning, S2 n having been issued "n January, required for lat ° cars re B lstercd payment tno number now Js only 7fi of the number registered two ago. Mi in 1931, Per cent years on couth Thorlngtpn from serious sickness with the -flu and pneumonia. She has been here since Christmas from the Old Soldiers- home at Marshalltown, where she has lived for a year or two. Her daughter, Mrs. Shackolford, and granddaughter, Mrs. William Kollasch, with the latter's husband, all of North Dakota, recently came to help care for her. Mrs. Ward was a nurse in Washington, D. C., in the Civil war, and her husband, Uncle Billy Ward, who died some years ago at 103, was a veteran of the , Mexican war ns well as the Civil c j lurch conducted by the Rev. A. war. A orvn ,<2i,i H — _« .-._._. . . !i*ngliflh. 'Sho had beon sfnlr H-ivo^ FORMER ALGONIAN IS BURIED HERE Mrs. Margaret Ross Miller, 87, formerly of Algona, died Friday at the Home for the Aged, Dee Molnes, and the body was sent to Algona for burial Monday In Rlvervlew beside the grave of her husband, following fU7lera1 at the Presbyterian war. A son Sidney of Canatln t«. - 1 — '-- - also here. People who live in a community hardly notice its change in personnel and Mrs. Walter Llchter and as tlle ycars go by, but it is force- .v, . .. ~.*-. ^iv^iii.t:i tinu the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs John Arndorfer, vSt. Benedict, returned last Thursday from Milwaukee, where they attended the funeral of Mr. Arndorfer's sister, Sister M. Gabriel, whn <llr,,i n ,„„„!. iibricl, who died a week ago lingering fully brought to the attention of persons who move away and depend on the old homo paper for news of the place they left behind. Thus E. 'B. Butler, Ataecadero, Calif., who spent almost a lifetme here, writes ... B -.... e that he and his wife read the Ad- iune.ss with cancer. Funeral ser- vance tlirt >"gh now and then with- viceo wero conducted last week out c °ming upon a familiar name. Wednesday morning, and burial was made In the St. Francos cemetery, Milwaukee. Sister M. Gabriel, who was 55 years old, had been a Franciscan sister 40 years, and till the lost three years she taught in academies at points in Colorado. The Franciscan convent Is at St. Frances, Wis., suburb of Milwaukee, Mrs. William B. Ward Is reported slowly improving at her granddaughter Mrs. J. E. Crltzer's home It has come to be," he adds, "that to us the most Interesting features are your editorials and Jimmy Neville's advertisements. But the editorials are mainly devoted to state and local matters in which we no longer have a part, though I freely say they express good, sound doctrine, well written. As for Jimmy's shoes, It seems to make little difference how cheap they are, for If the times stay as they are we shall all shortly have to go barefoot." Another Parish Party Given— Anothe St. Cecelia parish party was given Monday night at the academy, and.bridge and 500 were played at 16 tables. The high bridge scores were won by Lydia Meyers and Roy O. Bjustrom; the high 500 scores by Mr. and Mrs. Arnold El- )ert. After lunch, there was danc- ng. The committee In charge fol- week Monday. The Rev. C. C. Hulse IOWB: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joynt Mr and J.'L. Bonar, a guest of the club, land Mrs. James Brophy Mr 'and also spoke briefly. R. B. Waller, of , Mrs. Tony Goeders, Joseph Besten- the Upper Des Molnes, is program j lehner, Mrs. Josephine Stanton, Mrs. chairman this month. Anna iFrankl, Mrs. Eva Deim'. The A daughter was born last week Monday at the Kossuth hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Vincent, but the child was premature and stillborn. This was the first child. Mrs. Vincent is the former Bernlce Godden, Burt, and Mr. Vincent is the newly elected secretary of the county fair. Mrs. Vincent is reported seriously sick. Shipping association, To- ana perhaps some -county eau officers are to attend Bureau groun me «t)r,^ «,* City. . Ar at drove to mornlne to a Th. mmedlate denture i eethWOr(J dentull e refers to spent last * m ° ther ' - . li ves with a daughter ; er «d from ago. I that a major operation a t Thurs- to leave 'this Elle fe had thi'e e months. •Sunday that earlier. ' Anna March has bought the house between the J. W. Neville and E. P. Keith homes, and will take possession next Wednesday. She has been living in the Galbralth house at the corner of State and Minnesota streets two and a half years. She keeps • roomers and boarders, and will continue to do so at the new location. The interior of the house is being redone. •Li. F. Wright reported for duty Saturday as Milwaukee postal railway clerk, after a lay-off since November 14 due to Illness. Mr. Wright hats fully recovered from a recent hernia operation at Rochester. 'His run is from Algona to Chamberlain. 'He reports a typhoid fever epidemic at Chamberlain, and all railway clerks who lay over there are being Inoculated against the disease. (Mrs. Laura' Paine, entertained, her sister, Mrs. C., L. Phelps, Portland township, and Mrs. Phelps' husband and son Willis a few hours • last Thursday. As the result of an accident at Burt more than 30 years ago, Mr. Phelps has been blind ever since, but he long ago learned to take It philosophically, and he gets around at his home and makes himself quite as useful as If he had his sight. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Didriksen are parents of a son born Sunday. H weighed 7V4 pounds, and has beei named Edwin John. This is th second child. The other son Rogei Is past two. Mrs. Didriksen, th former Oneita Skinner, Is a daugh iter of Mrs. E. J. Skinner, and Mr Didriksen is foreman of the Ad vance, Elnora Jacobson, nurse, is caring for Mrs. Didriksen and the baby. An Odd Fellow-'Rebekah county county Booster meeting was held ai Swea City last week Tuesday even- Ing, and the following Algonlans attended: Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Pool, Mr and Mrs. Perry Phillips, Mr. am Jtfrs. H. E. Sorstedt, Mr. and Mrs B. P.- Benson, -Mr. and Mrs. Geprge Stewart, Lou Jenklnson, and Hazel Adrian, and Vernon Caeler. The next meeting will be held at Titonka February 2'8. •Hagg Post held a monthly meeting at the Legion hall Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Strom, Mason City, went home Tuesday, after a visit since Sunday with John's sis- ;er, Slgrld Strom, employed at the Goeders store. Mr. and Mrs. Strom were married .Friday at Mason City, next party will take place next Monday night, with the following committee: Frances Zender, Carlotta-Kanouff, Arlen Matern, Madeline Stoeffel, Freda Roeder, Evan Flnnell, Vincent Hum, Leslie McEnroe, George Kanouff, Calvin Bode. Kotary Eats at Church— The Rotarians voted unanimously Monday to continue taking lunch at the Methodist dining room after April 1 till the Country club clubhouse opens Its summer season. Arrangements made for weekly luncheons at the church last fall called for only five months. It was'proposed to extend a basketball challenge to the Klwania club. Other discussion centered on plans for a club party. The annual Christmas party was postponed because of the death of Al Falken- hainer. Plans now call for a Valentine party. Card Party and Dance— • One hundred persons attended a card party, and dance given at the Legion hall last week Wednesday night by members of the Plum Creek Social and Lterary olub, with Mae Fitzgerald and Elsie Wlllrett as ning the high scores, Mrs. Lorene Simmons the travel prize. 68rd Birthday Is Observed- Mrs. Henry Johannsen Sr. celebrated her 63rd birthday anniversary Sunday. A 6 o'clock dinner was served, with Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Pertl, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen Jr., and the Rev. M. Fuerstenau, Algona, as guests, and the evening was spent at visiting. It. N. A. Flans Benefit Party— The Royal Neighbors will have a benefit party at the I. O. O. F. hall this evening at 8 o'clock. Bridge and 500 will be played. n K llsn - sh e had been sick three weeks, and death followed a relapse with the flu. Mrs. Miller is best recalled as the APPROVAL IS VOICED FOR LIGHT DISCOUNT The city council's decision to cut the electric rates through raising the discount, rather than stamping paid a month's hills, Is being commended. The practice of giving a month's free service, a« has happened In CATALOG DISTRIBUTION IS NOT PROFITABLE F03 YOUTHS •Neighboring county newspapers last week reported delivery of Montgomery Ward catalogs by truck and car in the same way that It was done here. Distribution wns not wholesale, but only to persons who had asked for them by mall. Every "7x00^^0^^^^ pal light plants, is not quite fair, and is only momentary aid, in the view of many observers. The Algona discount extends not to take a receipt. The 3 a catalog. At Forest City two young men who had contracted to deliver in town and on rural routes found the job unprofitable 'by the council. wife of William John Miller, who Th e effect Is a decrease in expense ' 1 '"' 1 1 "" T —- " ° f the user that is spread all through died here June 26, 1911. Oldtimera in Algona remember Mr. Miller as steet lamps lighter here. After his (loath Mrs. Miller lived here alone in the year. Next month's bills will pay, quit after made the town deliveries. Hanna Babe Dies. probably be no more easily met than I Lu Verne, Feb. 7—Mr. and Mrs. F will the next or the next month's p - Fett - near Hanna, mourn a 5- months son, who had had pneu- their home till she went to Des statements. _ Molnes In the summer of 1925. I Many users of electricity have ™onia, but was a,pparentiy"recover- Mrs. Miller was born at Plass Mills, Scotland, July 28, 1845. She came to America when she was 27, and on April 11, 1883, at New York City was married to Mr. Miller. They their lowest bills at this time of ln £- wh en he took worse Friday and year. Others have the highest of the Saturday evening. Funeral ser- year during the winter and spring vlces we re held Monday at Rockwell months. It is apparent that the CIty throwing off of a month's bill would came here seven years later. Mrs. | work a disadvantage on the former Miller was a charter member of the | an<1 a tremendous advantage to the i Algona Presbyterian church when It latter. ' The new rate also amounts to almost two months "free" service during the year, as compared with the PAOB AOOISOH WHEELER PASSES AT ST. PETERSBUH6, FLA. •Lakota, Feb. 7~Mrs. W. E. received word last week Wednesday, from her mother, Mrs. Opal Wheeler, St. Petersburg, Fla., of the death; of Addison Wheeler at, hla home there. He was a brother of the 'late .lay Wheeler and of Fred Wheeler, now of St. Petersburg, formerly Lakota. Mr. Wheeler had been an Invalid for some years. Hla slstei) Gertie had made her home with him. during the last few years. Thaj Wheelers formerly lived at AJgona, Wesleyans Buy Plane. John A. and Francis Hauptmari, Wesleyana who are expert pilots, have a brand new 1933-model Stln- son cabin monoplane which they bought recently at Wayne, Mlch.i and flew home. The News-World says they turned two used planes on the purchase price. They plan to! use the new plane to carry passengers. i was reorganized In 1895, and she was still a member at death. The Millers left no children, and so far as known Mrs. Miller's only living near relatives are three nieces: Mrs. Charles Sanderson and Mrs. W. A. Calladay, both of Dee Molnee, and Mrs. A. iF. Dalley, former Al- gonlan, now of Brlstow, Okla., and one nephew, Hugh R. Smith, Wabasha, Minn. Mrs. Calladay drove to Algona for the funeral. 11 MONTHS BOY FOUND DEAD IN BED AT RODMAN Whittemore, (Feb. 7—John, 11 mo. son of Guy Kyeper's, Rodman, was found dead in his bed at 3 o'clock •Thursday morning by his mother. John had been sick with the flu. Funeral services were held Saturday at 1:30 at the Presbyterian church at Rodman, and burial was made In the West Bend cemetery. He is survived by four brothers and two sisters, and his parents and igrand- paents, Mr. and Mrs. Wash Harris, of West Bend. Those who attended funeral services from here were the. Henry Schultzes, the George Schultzes, and Herbert Potratzes. old. ANNUAL MEET OF WESLEY FARMERS ELEVATOR HELD Wesley, Feb. 7—The Farmers' Cooperative society met Monday afternoon, about 100 attending. John Loe- blg is president; Olaf Funnemark, secretary. Jacob Faber, John Carleon, and Wallace Donovan were reelected directors. Other directors are Mr. Loebig, William Frimml, Mr. Funnemark, Geoge Ludwig, Claue TJarks, and Clarence Ward. Technocracy Debated. Mrs. G. D. Shumway, accompanied by Jeannette Goeders at the piano, sang before the Kiwanls club last Thursday. Followdng the sing- Ing an Impromptu discussion on money, credits, and technocracy. J. L. Bonar spoke on technocracy. 'Some of hds statements were challenged by T, P. Harrington and others, and the discussion had reached the stage of warm debate when time .to adjourn arrived. White's Grocery Week-End Specials Corn Flakes, large package, 2 for_ ...... 19c Crackers, Paradise Flake, 2 Ib. package, ___l»c Tea Sittings, 2 one pound packages. _ .. 25c Broom, black handle, Special _____ ..... ~I"l9c Matches, six box carton. __1 ____ "m~~"~ Cranberries, 3 pounds _________ IIIIII 25c Extra Special-Regular size tins 16 to 20 oz. Pumpkin, Corn, Lima Beans, Pork and Beans, Rutabagas, and canned mush— Choice 5c Each had a at the Cards H. S. Girls Have Party— The high school juniors party in the old auditorium iBryant Saturday evening, were played, followed by a luncheon. Other Society. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stephenaon entertained at bridge last Thursday ' night. The high scores were won by : Lydia Meyers and Kenneth Stephen- '[ son, Fenton. Mr. Stephenson also won a travel prize. Other guests were Mrs. Kenneth Stepheneon, Mr. I and Mrs. Cecil McGinnte, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dau, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pooch, and Tom Frankl, The third of a series of contract bridge parties sponsored by Mrs. W. E. Kain was given Monday night, instead of on the regular day, Tuesday, at noon. The high score was won .by Mrs. F. H. Seller. The next woman's party will be held February .21, and luncheon will be -followed by bridge. Mrs. B. A. Thorpe entertained her Birthday club Friday at luncheon and bridge in honor of Mrs. R. J. hostesses. At bridge the high scores ] Keen's birthday anniversary. A two- were won by Mrs. Warren Reece, of j course luncheon iwas served at 1 Eldora, and (Lars Sorensen; low by Mrs. Harry Seely and William Fitzgerald. At 500 the high scores were won by Mrs. Fred Schoby and Leslie Huff; low by Mrs. H. J. Bode and Carl Seip. Mr. Seip also won a door prize. ILunch was served. and the bride la the former Martha |fuchner, Clear Lake. John Is book- ceeper'for a construction company at Mason City, George Wermersen and a son-ln- proto- he had an apartment .-.-, Bros, home, ,«agoner will conduct I tor . but . actually being 'keep tin °°al to put a lltttejjj^ drove j o Algona Saturday from " """ 'Miller, S. D., partly to visit the former's parents, Mr.' and Mrs. John Wermersen, who live here, partly to look after leasing the farm he owns south of St. Benedict which his "father formerly owned. George used to farm near Britt, but h« moved to Miller a dozen or so years ago. H£ farmed there for a time, but now buys stock. . Besides a married daughter, George and his wife have a son of 16 in school. George and his son-in-law drove home Sunday. .P. J, Chrietensen's brother, L. M. Chrtstensen, partner in the Chrls- tensen store here who runs a similar store at Esthrevdlle, Is chairman committee of five which is con- Clara sidering th« question whether the cjty should buy and look after the opejatlon of the Coleman hospital. plane to keep the hospital g°- win be considered also. Doctor Cojeman, who was a medical college of Dr. J. Cr. Clapsaddle, Bjjirt, committed suicide a few w«eks F. T. A. Meets Monday Night— A P. T. A. meeting was held In the high school auditorium Monday night, and though the weather was bad a good-sized audience attended. The Rev. AV. G. Muhleman gave a talk on boys, and Mrs. L. J. Malueg spoke on Founders Day. A communication was read from Mrs. M. P. Summers, Sioux City, president of the state council, urging local councils to study legislative 'bills relating to education, and the following committee to study bills was appointed: Mm. Malueg, Mrs. H. C. Frederick, Frances Messer. Washington Party Is Given— The Legion Auxiliary was entertained at a Geoi-ge Washington party at the Legion hail Friday night. o'clock at a single table centered with a potted plant and candles. The high bridge score was won by Mrs. D. D. Paxson. The Plum Creek Social and Literary club will meet next Wednesday with Mrs. Pearl Knox; Mrs. Lydia Sampson, assisting hostess. The (Baptist Ivoyal class meets this afternoon with Mrs. Mabel Samson; assisting hostesses, Mrs. Jerry Helgens and Mrs. C. H. Taylor. The Alpha Delphians meet next Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. H. L. Gilmore, and Mrs. R. P. Norton will give a book review. The Presbyterian Missionary society meets next week Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. John McDowell. The St. Thomas Guild will meet next week Thursday with Mrs. Dora Fraser. Trauger Graduated. Donald Trauger, former Algonlan, was graduated yesterday from the state university yesterday, where he .1 me i-/egion ruin .rnuttyi • "• — *•* a ~->•*••»—**.)', »v*icic mo ii.eiiu At a business meeting Mrs. specialized in accounting and Eng- L. M. Merritt and Mrs. T. L. Larson 1Ish - He * s a graduate of the Algona high school, and his parents, air. and Mrs. T. A. Trauger, now live at were appointed delegates to a presidents' and secretaries' conference at Des Moines February 20, and plans to complete a membership drive were laid. In contests at the party prizes were won by Mrs. Vallo Naudain, Mrs. A. A. Sterling, and Mrs. | H. D. C'lapsaddle. There was a 'white elephant" exchange of gifts- Ames. Donald has a job with an Ames wholesale house and was to start work immediately after graduation. Luella Capp Is 13; Party— j •Luella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Capp, west of town farmers, entertained 13 'friends last Thursday .ight In honor of her 13th birthday anniversary. The'evening was spent at dancing. Guests were Gladys Matern, Frances Winkel, Alice and Jleanor Payne, Arlene and Wilma lapp, Mel Conlon, Raymond Cook, Mike Loss, Harold Blinkman, Feris Miner, Julius Winkel, and Ralph , Cirkwood. lebekalis Plan Benefit Party— The Rebekahs will have a benefit jarty at the I. O. O. F. hall next] Tuesday evening, following a short uslness meeting. The entertaln- nent will include old and new-time ances, a valentine box, cards, and unch. Each member and guest is o take a valentine and 25c. The juelness meeting will be called at*7. Benefit Eebekan Party GIveu— Mrs. Wm. Debnert. Mrs. Conrad Herman, and Mrs. Marc Moore en- ertained at a benefit Rebekah card iarty last week Tuesday night at he European hotel. Five hundred vas played at seven tables, Mrs. , Wright ^atjd Ljoy4,,at«ck,ey Permanent Waves We have new equipment and new supplies for Cro- quignole perraanents and during February and March are giving Shelton Croquignole waves for three dollars, including soft water shampoos, hair trims, and finger waves. Milady's Beauty Salon Fbone UV There Are Signs of Spring Everywhere But Especially In Our "Just Arrived" Spring Drc sses Our buyers hare just returned from the first Spring Buying trip to eastern markets. The styles selected are the newest and smartest and the most popular In the New York and Chicago Style Shows. They rivale your fondest dreams of what beautiful clothes should be. The fabrics run the whole gamut of new roughs, and chalky finishes, and dull, jersey types. The colors are rainbow-picked, and the styles are more than you would expect at our moderate price. ADDING MACHINE E01LS AT THE ADVANCE $5-95 -- $11.75 NEW NECKLINES Scarfs ... Beavers ... Square Cape NEW SLEEVES Pleated Shoulders , . . Three-Quarter Long and Tight... Short and Puffed New Silks for Spring are here NEW TRIMMINGS Capelets .,, Scarf* ,.. Organdie Embroidery.,, Taffeta«, .Button* New Prints for Spring

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