Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1933 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 2, 1933
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PAGE EIGHT <foronfa THDMDAr, MARCH I,, To the women attending the Kossuth County Advance Cooking School— offers coupons worth 25c on the purchase of one new spring house dress regularly sold in the store at $1.25. These coupons are available only to those who attend the cooking school, and no garments will be sold at the store for less than $1.25 unless you present your coupon. Only one coupon is good towards the purchase of a dress. Get your 25c coupon at the Kossuth County Advance Cooking School this week, March 2-3-4, and then come up and select one of these dainty, chic new organdy trimmed house frocks which have been the "talk of the town" for the past week. New, clean, stylish merchandise at rock bottom prices. Las* Pre-Lent Party Is Given at St. Joe 'St. Joe, Feb. 28—'Another cart party was held at the St. Joe ha. Sunday night, the last before Lent nnrt 220 persons attended. Ther , were 35 tables of 500, and Mrs James Reding and Joseph Krama won the high score. There were 1 table* of bridge, Mrs. Win. B. De vine and Irene Geishecker winning first. Mrs. George Thul was In i charge of the committee serving ! lunch. Briardale Store While at the Cooking School you will be served with Briardale Cookies and Crackers, and on Saturday, March 4, the Standard Biscuit Company salesman will put on a Cookie and Cracker Demonstration with Special Prices here at our store. Everybody welcome. Don't forget your tickets with every 50c cash purchase or paid on account on the pony to be given away. Full line of fresh and cold meats. MOE & SJOGREN 24«—PHONES—247 Dollar Day Drug Values 1 doz. Aspirin ___________________ _ ___ _ _ _ 5 bars Lifelxmy. Soap _________ "!_!__ "" I_I_25c 1-pt. Puretest Cod Liver Oil __ ___ _ ~~ Q$ C Vicks Vapo-Rub _________________ ~~~ ~~ ~~~ 2 3 C 1 pt. Rubbing Alcohol ____________ "I~~__I__ ~29c Ipana Tooth Paste ________________ ~__ __ II 39c 10 blades for Gillette, Gem, or Autostrop _I ~_ Is9c Fitch's Shampoo with Ideal Tonic ___ _~ Parchment Bed Lamp with two shades to match 1 Ib. Theatrical Cold Cream, with~two~boxes of Facial Tissue Two Tubes>ofr Squibbs Tooth-Paste • witlTDtT of Mi 31 solution __________ _ __ _ Fountain Pen and Pencil Set ~II_II__IIIII Shipment of new Wallpaper just arrived Lowest prices in history K. D. James THE REXALL STORE You will notice that fresh fruits and canned fruits at THE.... "Dependon" Grocery are much cheaper than last year's crop and so are the vegetables. In early springtime everybody should eat lots more of them. There should be varieties numerous enough to suit everybody's tastes. Take a look at your cellar and pantry stock, check them over, then what you have not, we very likelv have. J Here is asparagus, small, medium, or large, 20- Golden wax beans, green string beans, lima beans, corn, hominy, tomatoes, squash, peas, and spinach. They are all right good and prices go from 10 to 23 cents the can. Our advice is: buy "Richelieu" or "Baby Stuart" groceries, and "Pure Quill" Coffee At A K RE'S You save time and money my calling 290 or 291 for prices and FREE DELIVERY, or stop at 213 So Dodge street. jMako Visit In Minnesota— Peter Ziemet, accompanied by'his brother Nick, of Melstone, Mont, another brother, Frank, of Liver more, and two nieces, Susie Zieme and Isabelle Kruecher, of St. Joe I left recently for a few days at Currie, Minn., with the George Kruech- ers, oilier relatives, and friends Surprise Honors Herman IMg— Herman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Illg, was pleasantly surprised one evening recently by relatives and friends, the occasion being his 17th birthday anniversary. The evening was spent at four tables of 500, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reding won the higli scores. Lunch was served. Crowd Attends Kayscr Sale— A large crowd attended John Kayser's farm sale lost Thursday. Considering the depression, -things sold well. The machinery was practically new and haQ been well (taken care of. Mr. Kayser left Saturday for Fort Dodge, where he will make his home. MRS, JNO, BARR IS DEAD; LONG YEARS OF SICKNESS END Farewell for tlio Hammers— A farewell surprise party was given for John Hammer and his mother, Mi*. Edw. Hammer, 'Friday night by neighbors and other friends. The evening was spent at cards. The Hammers are moving March 1 to the Stewart estate place. Lent He^an Yesterday Morning— The Lenten season begins this week Wednesday, and there will be devotions twice a week, Sunday afternoons at 3 o'clock and Friday nights, unless otherwise announced. Other St. Joe. The Joseph Kramars will move to the farm John Kayser vacated, and John Hammer will move to the plage vacated by the Kramars. The Wm. Metzens will go to the place vacated by the Hammers, and the Le Roy Thilges family will move to the place vacated by Metzens., Matt Ziemet and his daughter ; Susie, accompanied by the former's .brother Nick, and (Leo Weydert, drove to Whlttemore last week Tuesday to spend the day at Peter Weydert's. Mr. and Mrs. John Reding and their small son, with Nickolas Wagner and Mrs. Nick Reding, the latter of Wihittemore, were business callers at Fort Dodge Saturday. The John Railings returned last week Wednesday from Carroll, where they had gone to attend the wedding of Mr. Reilling'e sister Mary. There was a dance at Laurence Becker's Friday night. Lunch was served to 100. The Stephen Loss orchestra furnished music. Edward Lenertz, Comfrey, Minn., came Friday for a few days at John Becker's. He expected to go home this week Wednesday. Joe Schad got back Saturday night from Gainsville, Tex., where he had gone a few weeks before to attend the funeral of ,his father. Annie Bi-pelding was taken to Fort Dodge last week Tuesday for a medical examination. She returned the same day. A number from here attended a card party at St. Cecelia,'s academy, Algona, Monday night. This was .he last before Lent. Olivia Gales has returned from Port Dodge, where she underwent <in operation for appendicitis (Feb- "'uary 8. __ The Ernest Gales family spent Sunday at the George Lenertz home, near Livermore. Orville Wagner spent a few days early in the week at Nick Reding's, near Whlttemore. The Thomas Devines entertained •elatives of Mrs. Devine from Eagle Grove Sunday. E. O. Slack, Titonka, was a Sunday visitor at the Altman brothers home. The Henry Ziemets <Sr. drove to Fort Dodge Monday. Leo Thilges has been sick. Mrs. John ;Barr, who had for years been in poor health, died last Thursday at the University hospital, Iowa. City, following an operation performed February 7 for removal of an abscess in the abdomen. Infection set In after the operation .and poisoned her system. Funeral services were conducted at the Baptist church here Sunday afternoon by the iRev. IF. H. Webster, former pastor, with the Rev. A. S. Hueser, present pastor in charge, and burial was mode in Rlv- orview. Mre. 33arr, whose given names vere 'Laura Matilda and who was lie fifth child of Mrs. E. J. iRawson, Algona, and her husband, the late J. O. Rawson, was born July 27, •891, on the Rawson homestead, hree miles north and a mile west f Whlttemore, and was in her 42nd ear at death. She grew up there nd attended a Baptist church which o longer exists. At the time of the Lyon Evangel- stic m<eetings at Algona in 1901-10 the young woman and her future husband, John M. Barr, were among the converts who joined the Algona Baptist church. The Rev. Mr. Say- ens was ithen pastor. The Rev. Frank Day then became pastor, and on March 1, 1911, he married the couple. They farmed near Algona till 17 years ago, when they came to town, and Algona has ever since been the family home. Besides the mother and the ihus 1 band, Mrs. .Barr left one son, Otis, a freshman in college at Sioux Falls. The elder Barr is a plumber. She also left four sisters, two brothers, two half brothers, and a half sister. The brothers are Dr. Elwin Rawson and Merril, both of Aiiamosa; the sisters: Mrs. Henry Dearchs, Algona; Esther, Ames; Georgia, Chicago; Mrs. Bedonna Neal, Dexter. The half brothers are Arthur and Fred Rawson, Tacoma, and the half sister is Mrs.' (Luther Hotelling, Riverside, Calif. DAN C, CROWELL DIES SUDDENLY FRIDAY EVENING ACADEMY B, B, QUINT LOSES AT FORT DODGE St. Cecelia's academy basketball :eam was defeated, 31-26, toy the Danbury academy in a diocesan :ournament at Fort Dodge last week Wednesday and Thursday. The Al- sona boys were ahead, 16-2 in the •first half. The locals played Varing, Thursday in a consolation round, and were defeated again, 20-15. The .Fort Dodge Sacred Heart academy won the tournament. While members of the team were watching other -teams play Thursday night, suitcases containing clothes of the players were stolen from Coach E. J. Butler's locked automobile. Entrance was gained from beneath by pushing up floorboards. Five suitcases were taken, containing basketball suits as well as street clothes. Algonians were startled Saturday morning to learn of-the death the night before of Dan C. Crowell. He had for some years been troubled with uneasiness and mild pains in the heart region, usually attributed to "gas on the stomach," This was in fact heart disease. Though he had been about as usual, and was up town the day of his death, Mr. Crowell sensed that he might go suddenly, as his brother, Spencer \V. Crowell, did in 1927, and he had put all his affairs in order. He was uneasy with the supposed gas pains Friday night and lay on a sofa. He asked his brother John to look after the furnace, and shortly after John returned to the room Dan arose but immediately fell dead. Funeral services were conducted at the Peterson home Monday afternoon by the Rev. (F. J. Clark, and burial was made beside Spencer's grave in Rlvervlew. Dan was a member of the Congregational church. Pallbearers were W. E, Naudain, Hugh Herman, Charles Wheeler, H. D. Hutclvtns, B. E. Norton, and J. M. Moore. Dan, who was in his 77th year, was born May 3, 1856, one of six children of 'Roswell and Janet Scott Crowell, farmers near Postvllle, Wis. He grew up there, and later clerked for some 20 years in a Poet- ville store operated by Mr. Peterson. In the spring of 1899 the Petersons and Crowells came to Kossuth county. After two years ait .Bancroft, they came to Algxma, and this has been the family home ever since. Mrs. Gabriel and another sister, Mrs. M. J. Young, wJth her husband, came .later. Dan was never actively engaged dn business here. He lived quietly and was known as a man of minute honesty, upright and dependable in every relation of life. The only surviving brother is John S. Orowell. The three sisters are Mrs. Flora Gabriel, who lived with Dan and John, Mrs. Lottie Peterson, and Mrs. Mile Young, all of Algona. Out of town relatives here fo the funeral were: Mrs. Her bert Springer, Fargo, N. D., and Mrs. 'Frank Doummer, Moorehead Minn., nieces; Clyde Gabriel, neph ew, Rockwell City, his daughtei Janet, and son Keith; Arthur Moad nephew-dn-law, Font Dodge; Richard Gabriel, cousin, Armstrong, and his wife. Wnt<inj-/inR Jfamo Jfcvr Officers— The Watanyans met at Mrs. Anna March's Monday night for weekly luncheon. Officers were elected: Adah Carlson, president; Anna Buss, vice president; Irene Volffht, treasurer; Helen Johnson Seeley, secretary; directors for two yearn, Stella Mae Breen and Dora Carson; directors for one year, Mnbel Olson and Mary Mitchell, The club spent $51 in service work last year. The girls made six quilts, gave a Thanksgiving and a Christmas basket, supplied two .tons of coal to a needy family, and bought Christmas seals. More n MS Wedded 80 Tears— Mr. and Mrs, H. E. Morgan were married 36 years ago 'Friday, and •tlie anniversary was celebrated Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mm. W. J. Cotton, Lane Rock, where dinner was served. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Morgan, two children, the elder Mrs. Morgan's mother, Mrs. Jane Clark, Mr. and .Mrs. C. K. Clark, Mrs. R, E. OBroWh, and Mrs. Effle Pike, Lake Mills, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Clark entertained ,the H. E. Morgans, Mrs. Jane Clark, and Mrs.. Pike at waffle supper Friday night. Mrs. Hnckninn Has Ulrlliday— Mrs. George Hackman who had a birthday Saturday, spent the day with lier daughter, Mrs. (F. ; S. Gel- gel, who surplsed her by entertaining ten women in her honor. Anagrams were played, and a song, Rock Me to Sleep in an Old Rocking Chair, was dedicated to her from WNAX, Yankton, B. D. Her son George listened in at Knoxvllle Tenn. County Tilt (Continued from page 1.) Former Algona Girl Weds— Announcement of 'the marriage Friday, February 17, of Louise Antoinette Joslyn to Francis Joseph McCall, Woodstock, 111., has been received by old Algona friends. The bride is the daughter of the late W. L. Joslyn, for many years an Algona lawyer, and her mother lives at Sycamore, 111., to which .point the family moved some years before Mr. Joslyn's death. ALGONA GIRL AT I, S, T, G, WINS HONOR AS A DEBATER Margaret Habegar, freshman at I S. T. C., Cedar Falls, was chosen best freshman woman debater at the college last week Monday night and was given a trophy by the stalte board of education. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Ha- begar, Algona, and will spend this week-end with her parents. -*• Gives Sister Blood. 'Lone Rock, Feb. 28—Mr. and Mrs. Otis Sanders were called to (Fort Dodge Monday by the illness of Mrs. Sanders' sister,- Mrs. R. M. Goetsch, of Renwlck. Mrs. 'Sanders win undergo a Mood transfusion for Tier sister. Farewell Party is Given- Mr, and Mrs. George Johnson, of Plum Creek township, gave a farewell party dn honor of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kaln last Thursday evening, and 500 was .played at four tables.' Mrs. Walter Bleich and (Roland Gardner won the high scores; Vlns. William FItzgeald and Ben Knox, low. Other Society. A Methodist sub-district music festival was held at the Burt Methodist church Tuesday night. Choirs aklng part were from West Bend, Sexton, Wesley, Burt, and Algona. CTie local Sunday school orchestrix also took part A district festival vill be held at the local -Methodist 'hurch a week from "Sunday night. -*• COUNTY MEDICS HOLD MEET AT HOSPITAL HERE FRIDAY The county Medical association net at the Kossuth 'hospital Friday ?vening. Talks were given by Doc- urs Bowen, Starr, and Smith, all of ?ort Dodge. Doctor 'Bruce, of Fort Dodge, and Doctors G. M. Crabb incl L. R. Woodward, Mason City, vere other guests. Doctor Bowen's alk centered on medical legislation, 3octor Starr talked on feeding <in- ants, and Doctor Smith, a veterin- irdan, talked on diagnosis of preg- luncy in rabbits. A number of slides vere showji on a screen. Following lie UUks Mrs. Nita Isaacson served , two-course luncheon. Nearly 25 loctors were present. Sexton Relatives Help at 50th Year Wedding Sexton, Feb. 8—Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Greenfield attended a golden wedding dinner Sunday In honor of T.' Mr. and Mrs. William Greenfield at their home near Irvington. There were 30 i n attendance: Mr. and Mrs. William Runchey, daughter Mary; Mr. and Mrs. Fernley Runchey, South Cresco; the John Ulfers family and Maurice Bilsborouffh, of Fenton; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morrison, of.Manson, son Robert; Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Richards and Mrs. Mary Runchey, Algona; Mrs. Edw. Wildin, son Chester; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Potter, South Cresco; the Victor Applegates, Doris, Convith; Mr. and Mrs. Rome Robison and the Jacob Maosdams, Irvington. Farewell for the Jack Klalns— A farewell party was given for the Jack Blains Sunday evening at their home. A party was also given for Sir. and Mrs. John MoMahon (Friday night. . Attend llenwlck ])Inner— The Fred Nearings attended a wedding anniversary^ dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. ,Rex Simpson at Renwick Sunday. Other Sexton News. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Blaine will move to the Welter farm, east of Sexton a mile, now occupied by the Otto Taylors, and Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise will move to a small farm two miles west of Mason City on the new pavement. the Aid last Thursday, 24 attending. Mrs. Jergen Skow, Wesley, was served. which The next meet Mrs. A. L. Greenfield entertained . - ing will be with Mrs. W. C. Taylor on March 16. Mr. and' Mre. Henry Hawley, daughter, Mrs. Naom£ De Wilde, and her daughter Constance Joy all of Mason City, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders. Mrs. Harvey Steven was called to the home of her parents, Mr. arid Mrs. John Wermereen, Algona, Sunday evening on account of the serious ITIness of her mother. Mr. and: Mrs. Mack Wise, her sons Mrs. Saraih Wise, and Mrs. Drusilla Noble were Sunday dinner guests at Loyd Steven's, Burt. Mfs. Steven was formerly Dorothy Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Steven, Corwith, spent last Thursday with the former's brother Harvey and hie family. Tfte choir met at the Church Sunday afternoon for its last practice •before the festival Tuesday night at Burt. The Everett Harris family, Algona, spent Monday with Everett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Harris Glenn Rollin, Melvln, 111., was a supper guest Friday evening at Alberta Grosenbach's. 'Mr. a'nd Mrs. John McMahon will move to a farm north of Hutchins March 1. Mrs. A. .D. (Richards, Algona, attended the Aid meeting last Thursday. Clean Cotton Rags Wanted PHONE 55 FOR LOW COST IN- surance. 6u21tf WANTED—VEAL CALVES at good prices.—McEnroe Bros. !lu25 FOJi KENT—SO1AILL HOUSE IN town, partly modern.—Call 2F31. 10p25 LAYING BARRED ROCK pullets for sale at C5c.—C. F. Steinbeck, Fenton. llp24-25 MODERN 7-5ROOM HOUSE FOR rent.—H. E. Morgan, 327 south W poster. Il WANTED TO TRADE — CHEAP work team for hogs or cattle — E. Mitchell. FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR young cattle: farm horses.—(Robert Lose, phone 20iP31. 13u25 FOR SALE—HORSES AND mules —Inquire of McGuire Bros., phone 338 or 63C, Algona. THKE'E OH FOUR ROOM apartment for rent.—Mrs. George Kanouff, phone 741-W. i 2p2 5 FOR SALE — POTATOES, GOOD good quality, seed or table.—(Ray S. McWhorter. Burt. llp25-26 FOR SALE—TWO GOOD COWS; one fresh and other fresh May l'. —I. F. Asa, Irvington. 13p25 FOR SALE—OAK BED DAVEN~port and two leather upholstered rockers in good condition.—Phone 409-J, 307 S. Sail. NO PARKING WORRIES AT THE Beaufort Hotel, 112 3rd St So. opposite Federal bldg., Minneapolis- ?7Sc, »l, $1.50 a day. Parking next door. 23p25 STEADY AVORK, GOOD PAY—Re^ liable man wanted to call on farmers. No experience or capital needed. Write today. — McNESS CO., Dept. B, Freeport, 111. 27p«5 SA'LE—NI'N-E-Y'EAR-OLD bay mare, weight 1600 Ibs., sound Team of black marea< smooth " mouth, 1450 Ibs. Also 1150 Ib. mare, sound.-i. F. Asa, 2% miles east of Jrvlngton. 29p25-26 MEN WANTED FOR RAW'LEIGH routes of 800 consumers in cities of Algona, Rolfe, Emme'tsburg-, and county of Northwest Kossuth. Reliable hustler can start earning $25 weekly and Increase every month, write immediately.—ff&wieJg-jj, Co Dept. IA-X14-IS, Freeport, HI. 38p25 Dinner and Bridge Party— Mrs. William Hawcott and Mrs. W. P. (French entertained 20 women at dinner and bridge last Thursday night at the former's home. At 7 o'clock a two-cour^p dinner was served at small tables centered with bouquets of flowers; The high scores were won by Mrs. M. tP. Weaver and Mrs. R. H. Miller. sinking six .baskets and th.re6 free throws. Russel Gross sank six baskets, and Householder three and a free throw, for 19 of 'Lone. Rock's points. This game put Lone Rock in the running for the championship of class (B schoolsi Wesley, 52; Liikoln, 10. Wesley swnmpecl Lakota, 52-16 in a third winning game the same afternoon. Wesley's points were: 13rdman, 10 baskets; Kunz, 4; Law son, 4; McCaill, 3. Algonn, 31); Shven City, 30. After 1C straight wins, Sw«a City fell before the Algona quint Saturday evening. The Algona team took the lead, ending the first quarter 11-2 and the half 17-7. In the third the score was 28-15. iSwea City's 20 points were ae folows: FG- FT PF tCruman 4 1 3 Bergeson 1 1 3 Fults — 0 • 1 1 JHanlfan 1 1 3 'Montgomery :—1 1 3 Algona's points follow: FG FT PF Nordstrom 4 4 3 iSellstrom 4 1 4 Cretzmeyer _. 5 1 3 Shackelford 0 1 1 Brans — 0 0 2 Wesley, 48; Lone Rock, S3. The second game Saturday night, between Wesley and Lone Rock, was close till the .third quarter, when Wesley again found "her stride, and in the final quarter made 17 points. In the first quarter Wesley was behind, 11-10, had the 'lead at the half, 22-20, but was again behind 28-24, at the end 'of the third. As .an added attraction Monday evening, the Algona Boosters played the Swea City Cardinals, the latter winning without much effort, 76-24. Only three of the regular Booster players were on the floor. Teachers Shorted Fenton, !Fe>b. 28— At ' meeting the school board was necessary to p av only half their mol^y to a Shortage In the When the.taxmon deficit will be made up SPECIAl Forty from Algona attended at Bunt. Neighbors honored Mrs. Vern Relbhoff's birthday at Burt last week Wednesday evening, Jigsaw puzzles and "•500" furnished entertainment. Attending: the Paul Dettmans, the John Mahoneys, the H. R. Bunkofskes, the John Longs Jr., the Roy Cawfords, Whlttemore, and Camilla Rieblioff, Algona. ' •Eight women met at Mrs. William Fitzgerald's in Plum Creek township Friday to study Farm Bureau lessons 2 "and 3 on making hats, purses, and dress patterns. Mrs. Muriel iLeaverton, H. D. A., gave ;he lessons. The next meeting will be on March 17, but the place has not been decided on as yet. •Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles entertained eight women at bridge 'last Thurs- lay, and Mrs. 'F. E. Kent won high I score. Saturday night Mrs. Chrls- 'chilles entertained i!2- women at bridge, and the high score was won by Mrs. W. A. Lorenz. Thirty-five members of the Methodist Sunday school's young people's class were entertained at the church Monday evening. The committee in charge wad Alberta Groeenbach, Dolph Miller, and Mr. and Mrs Fernley Runchey. The Legion Auxiliary' meets tomorrow night, 7:30, a't the Legion hall; Mrs. Gordon Ogg*s division In charge of a social hour. To March lj Neivette five dollar nents are now $3 93 Doris Ann permanents'w were $3.50 are now $2,75 Phone your appoint now. CITY BEAUTY Fenton, Iowa r hoi j __ FAR MACHINE! Farmers, I still have I . Case, Rock Island, , New Ideal lines of farm t chinery. I have some J at my home, the rest at old North American ens works east of the North" era tracks. Also Emerson J{eiwirs| Harry Keil PHONE S39-W. On farm 3 miles norttl Emmetsburg on west Medium Lake, on WEDNESDAY, Sale commences after I lunch at 11:30. 130 HEAD OF LIVES1. Six horses, 34 cattle, 2 1 :alves, one purebred, Shorthorn. 36 purebred Duroc Jei brood sows. 61 feeding hogs. Pull line of farm ma ery. • USUAL TERMS H; S. Fain, Pro Jensrold & Reeves, A« Geo. Freeman, Clerk. The Vogue For Capes You'll find these new Cape Suits at— Chrischilles & Herbst The influence of the capej is tremendous this Spring-l you'll find modifications of| the cape-idea on many suiti and coats. In most cases! the cape is detachable, mak ing the garment practical ft"] all purposes. The suit shown in the 1H lustration is made from t all-wool gray novelty mate ial—three piece, with sepaH ate jacket in tailored style Length of capes varies fro" 1 the short to the three-quan ters and its full, flowin lines adds a distinct chart to the new Spring fashions. You may be sure of auj thentic styles when you puH chase your new wardrobe ail this store. Prices are so reasj enable. Come in this and look over the new ott&\ ings. Where You F^Ut Home" The Advance dttei are March 2»3'

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