Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 27, 1933
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TWO KOS81JTH CO.UNTV ADVANCE What Shall I do about my Curtains? Springtime is here again, and •-With it comes the problem of car•tog for your curtains. And it sure- 37 Is a problem. Some curtains launder easiJy. Others may stretch ^or shrink. Wrong treatment has (ruined many a pair of curtains ;How shall the problem toe solved? Let us suggest a way that as- !*ures perfect results at low cost Jast slip the curtains off the rods «nfl send them to us. Dainty ruf- Jttes, simple nets and stately laces —*11 will he laundered to their original beauty, by experts in the art •«f laundering curtains. Kirsch Laundry Phone 267 Tonight April 27 Oriental Ballroom Sexton CHAS, ROHLIN, 71, IS DEAD AT SWEA CITY Swea City, Apr. 25 — Charles Rohlin Sr. died at the tome of his son Charles Jr. last Thursday morning. Funeral services were held in the Methodist church Sunday afternoon by the Rev. McDowell, and burial was made in the Harrison cemetery. A quartet composed of Mrs. Wm. Thompson, Mrs. Buell Pearson, Kenneth Seylor and Sidney Hutchinson sang. Mr. Rohlin was born in Nora Forsamling, Sweden, November 14, 1861. November 17, 1883, he was married to Sophia Matilda Johnson, and they emigrated to the United States in 1884, first settling in Bloomington, 111. In 1893 they came to lo'wa, living In this vicinity since. They have lived a mile south on the farm since coming here. Mrs. Rohlin died July 9, 1918. Ten children were 'born, one son, Helmer, dying in infancy. Those surviving are Mrs. Fred Hendrickson, Santa Rosa, Calif.; Mrs. Richard Carlstadt, Mrs. Whipple, Minneapolis; Roy Rohlin, Coffee, Calif.; Amy, Chas. E., (Ed., Harry, and George, of Swea City. Two Drothers, Samuel, of Bloomington, Emil, of Raceland, -La., and one sister, Mrs. Gus Bowman, Belvidere, 111., and 12 grandchildren also survive. A t>rother4n-law, Peter Dahlquist, of Bloomington, and the Smil Rohlins, came long distances ,o attend the funeral. Mr. Rohlin had been in failing Last Card Party Till Fall Held at St. Joe St. Joe, Apr. 25—A card party was given Sunday night at the St. Joseph parish hall. The evening was spent at cards. There were 23 tables of 500, and prizes were won by Edward Besch and Mike Altman. There were 14 tables of bridge, and Mrs. John Altman and Charles Sauer won the prizes. iLunch was served by the committee in charge to 170. The parties will be continued in the fail. Travelers In Spill Here— A car with a trailer and bearing a Hamilton county license, returning from South Dakota with a load of potatoes, was upset near P. J. Erpeldlng's Friday. The trailer broke loose, and tipped over. -It was damaged, but the ibox was not damaged. Jos. Becker's trailer was borrowed to .finish the trip. The party planned to make another trip early this week. Father Theobald Is Honored— A short school .program was given Friday afternoon in honor of Father Theobald's name day: wel- ceme, song by 7th, 8th, 9th grades; Foreign Countries, 2nd room: drill, 1st room; iLost Trousers, 3rd room; Precious Letters, 1st room; If, a song, 3rd room; presentation of spiritual 'banquet, Helen Becker. Friendly Club Meets Again— The Friendly club held a monthly meeting last week Wednesday at Vtrs. Armor 'Lemkee's, near Irv- ngton. Mrs. Barney Frank! was assisting hostess. The women have not yet decided whether to continue meetings during the summer. of a boy Easter Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Thul, who formerly lived here. Crowd for Wedding Dance— A large crowd attended a Thul- Wagner wedding dance at Livermore 'last -week Tuesday night. The Iowa Blues orchestra furnished music. Mr. Other St. Joe. and Mrs. John Kayser, accompanied by Mrs. Frank Nisson, her son Robert, and Mrs. Frank Bay, left last Thursday for their home at Port Washington, WIs., after attending the ThuI-Wagner wedding here. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hanifan, iTA I i .LkUlllU I i»t»\i UVl-4". 4. A ft. ttmillg, . CJ— —•—••- -o v»w VM»a*u VA • health since 'last June. In Febru- All members have had their turn ary he was at Iowa City for treatment, and since that time he has been at the home of his son harles. He died from heart and iver -trouble. Teachers' Salaries Reduced— Swea City teachers, with but one xception, have been hired for next •ear. (Faith Wilcox, thi,rd grade eacher, will not teach next year, 'he new wage schedule will mount to $10,809, a saving over his year of $6,208.97. The Smith- Hughes course, un'der >E. L. Sweany and Mary Seylor, will be discontinued, but manual training and do- jmestic science will be taught in a | modified form. Those receiving I contracts are: Supt. Parsons, j Helen HoIIis, high school princi- jpal; Vivian Strand, mathematics; i Armand Schuler, commercial sub! jects and boys' athletic coach; This ballroom has been recently Earl Josten, band; Frances Dahl, remodeled and is under new man- music; Lola Wylam, eighth grade; agement. Tho orchestra tonight Ruth Kinseth, seventh; Barbara ! Wylam, 6th; Jennie McCrary, 5th; , Viola Helgason, 4th; Lillian Nel! son, 2nd; Malinda Kinne, 1st; and W. H. 'McAninch, janitor. at entertaining. Farm Bureau Women 3Te«t— The Farm Bureau woman's club met at Mrs. Peter Halsrud's last Thursday, 15 members attending, also Mrs. Muriel Leaverton, H. D. A. Posters were made for Achievement day at Burt. Vern Barker, 55; Party— Mrs. Vern Barker complimented her husband with a surprise party Sunday in honor of his >55th 'birthday. Neighbors and friends brought sandwiches for a covered-dish potluck luncheon. ' Son for thc Isadore Thuls— Relatives have received word from Marquis, Sask., of the ,birth •will be the 10-piece OBTIS OUIOLES OKCHESTIU Other orchestras scheduled are C'ec Hurst, Tuesday, May 2. Tiny Little, Friday, May 12. Jimmy Smith, Thursday, May IS. Thursday Club Elects— The Thursday club held its regular meeting at S. Warburton's last Thursday. Officers were elected: the dates of Milt As- " president, Mrs. J. H. Warner; vice president, Mrs. J. L. Vaux; secretary, Mrs. E. C. Peterson; treasur- Watch for ken of Yankton, and the Rosebud Kids, who have a!so signed for future dances. The hall will be prop- er, Mrs. Wm. Leland. A program erly policed. : on Iowa history was given by Mrs. : Dye, Mrs. Olof Pearson, and Mrs. ! Henry Myre. Plans were made for the county federation meeting in I.akota Tuesday, where Swea W. C. T. IT. and Thursday clubs will be assisting hostesses. C Vfe W • . K. Harris FENTON'SH,S, SENIORS GIVE A CLASS PLAY Fenton, Apr. 25—Fenton seniors gave their class play, "Rose of the East Side," at the Fenton opera bouse last week Wednesday and Thursday. The plot deals with Pop Schlagenheimer, Who inherits a fortune, and is dragged to a fashionable Long Island home. His wife south of JLivermore, were Sunday guests of the former's mother, Mrs. M. Hanifan. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kisch spent Sunday at Rodman, guests of Mike's sister, Mrs. Charles Kollasch. Viola Klein spent a few days last week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Heiderscheidt. John Kayser returned to Fort Dodge last week Wednesday, after a short visit with relatives here. There was a short session for eighth grade pupils at the parochial schoolhouse Saturday. Kobert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Devine, spent Jast week with relatives at Eagle Grove. The John Origers and Susan Frl- deres visited relatives at Mason City early last week. Mrs. Gus Bosalis, Cherokee, spent a few days last week with relatives here. Alvina Reding is 'helping with the housework at Mrs. John B. Reding's. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Berte, Algona, were callers -here last Thursday. Father Underburg, of Mary Hill, visited Father Theobold last week Monday. Matt Haus, New Hampton, spent a short time last week with friends here. M. J. Kellner reports the loss of his best horse one clay last week. Roland Neuman, Bode, is employed at George Wagner's. Barbara Plathe, Chicago, is visiting relatives here. Don Haua, Bode, is working at Charles Plathe's. LAKOTA PA HAVE AI WEEK A SY iROAD tracted several weeks butchering. ago while Florence Lnoft is Low— Florence, daughter of Mr. and Mr«. Frank Looft, .south of town, is- critically ill at an Iowa City hos- pitnl. Florence has suffered from ma.-toid trouble, and was operated by Or. Devino about throe ago. Sho seemed bettor but snubs all their old East friends; daughter Rosie jilts young Irish lover for youth, and bis son Iz with him lands in jail with a charge of murder against him. Their fortune is swept away, and Rosic's .East Sido sweetheart comes to the rescue and on at ,ho Womaok hospital, Ban- K^ Se^^^cast in: Pop Schlagcnheimer, Raymond Prifbe; .Mrs. Goldfish, Clara Gra- rnunz; Mrs. Rumashofski, Alvina DrcyiM-; Mrs. Applebaum, Sidonia Mierstedt; Moe Goldfish, Arthur OtJier Fentoii 3fews. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Stoeber were Minneapolis business visitors last week Wednesday and Thursday. The Donovan Browns, of Estherville, spent Sunday with Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jharles Glaus. The Carl Suckows, of Garner, were entertained Sunday at Mrs. Suckow's sister, Mrs Elmer Weisbrod's. The Edward Jostens, of Klemme, were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Josten's sister, Mrs. Edward Weisbrod. Mrs. Kate Newel drove over from Hartley last week Wednesday attend the Senior class play Lakota, Apr. 24—The Frerkings attended Fort Dodge Pres'bytery at Rockwell City last week Tuesday ahd Wednesday. (Mrs. Frerking also attended the Missionary meeting held at the same place. At the close of this meeting they went to Jessup, where they visited their daughter and husband, the Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Ukena. They attended the state Sunday school convention at Independence Thursday and 'Friday, making headquarters at Jessup, 11 miles .from Independence. Among prominent speakers at the convention were the Rev. Qarvin, Dubuque, the Rev. Raymond Allston, director of Preshy- terian Christian Education at Omaha, Dr. Montgomery, of .Congregational Education at Grinne-11, Miss Eva Caliarmon, from the Christian church, Des Moines, the iRev. N. H. Carmen, 'Des Moines Baptist chairman, Mrs. Walter (Hutton, Des Moines, H. L. Strlght, of Minnesota, and the Rev. R. H. Collis, of Charles City, member of committee of Christian Education of the Upper Iowa Methodist conference. Mrs. Alta Clement Dies- Word was received here Friday of the death of Mrs. Alta Clement at the home of her daughter Florence, at Minneapolis. She was the widow of Will Clement, who lived here 45 years ago and who died 40 years ago and is touried in Maple Hill cemetery. Alta Palmer taught school In a graded school located near the Strobel farm in 1886. She was married to Mr. Clement here, and two children were .born, 'Florence, of Minneapolis, and Paul, of Maon City. Funeral services were •held at Algona Monday afternoon, and burial was made in the Lakota cemetery. Achievement Plans Mode— The Lincoln township Women's Farm Bureau met Friday afternoon at Mrs. Warburton's. Achievement day plans were discussed. A check in the score card showed the goal reached in most of the 'points necessary, and $1 was allowed for the county fund for Achievement day expenses and the contact meeting program was presented and discussed. The next meeting will ibe at Mrs. Dave Patterson's in May. Breaks Collarbone in Fall- John Heetland broke his collarbone. While he was unhitching his team the horses'started for the barn before he had unhooked the last trace, and he was struck by the tongue and knocked to the ground, where the seeder wheel ran over him. Jack Reisdorfer is doing the farm work until lie is able to do it. Girl at Bancroft Suffers Burn* in Strange Accident Bancroft, Apr. 24—Margaret Schiltz is confined to toed with a badly burned right leg. Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock she was riding in the 'back seat of a car, when Jos. Williams, driver, threw out a lighted match. The match iblew Into the rear end of the car, and celluloid sheeting on the floor caught fire. The sheeting had been used on the windshield and windows last winter.. Miss Schlltz was taken to Dr. J. A. Devine, who found that the burn was deep. Her heel was burned, and it wilt be some time 'before she can wear even a slipper. Misa Schiltz Is bookkeeper at the Farmers & Traders Savings bank. Leo M. Saumlers is working at the •bank during her absence. Rev. and Mr. Frerking. The Rev. Mr. Frerking was formerly pastor of the Pomeroy Presbyterian church. The J. P, Schissels, of Minneapolis, were visitors at their son Art Schissel's, last week. They went home Friday and Mr». Schissel accompanied thorn for the week-end, and Art went after her Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson, Mrs. Harry Moe, Mrs. J. M. War- tmrton, and E. N. Clemans attended the prohibition meeting held at the Methodist church in Algona last week Tuesday afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht went to Mason City Friday and were accompanied home by Lena Gutknecht, who spent the weekend with relatives. Mrs. August Gutknecht was seriously ill the first pf last week with an attack of gall bladder trouble, but is much Improved now. Mrs. Elmer Darg and Mrs. Otto Entertained th«' Dorcas & TtitifwHi? .,6f«ninf. a/ 61188 , Mrs. -A. Q. Smith gav,e the lesson oh 2nd Sam'tiel. <: ••'• Jerry Ukena Is having a private stockyards built on his land neaf the Schlssel elevator. Me has also Installed scales. . The Methodist (Missionary society met with Mrs. A. Q. Smith last week Wednesday ••• Mrs..Minnie ess to the fro society last Pr ThuS an Ml A 10-lb, boy Mrs. Herman Friday. Roy Worley and Mrs and iLorraine were in day. ••»•••»••••••»*•»»•»»»•••»••»«»< Announcement! NEW HARDWARE FIRM Mr. Leo Spillea, an experienced hardware has bought a half Interest inf the John Hardware, and the new firm will 'be salesman I Kohlhaajl Kohlhaas & Spilles The store will be newly arranged and new be added from time to time. A very cordial Invitation is extended to the public I call and see us. We will appreciate your business uA by square and honorable dealing expect to merit v™!l patronage. ' uur l John Kohlhaas -- Leo Spilles Proprietors. Aid Supper Is Planned— Mrs. F. O. Johnson entertained the Methodist Aid last week Wednesday and 40 attended. Plans for the supper to be served at the Brotherhood meeting early in May !" and the annual guest day, were dis- , _ VM , j i cussed. The next meeting will be Side which, her grandson, Harold Newel '„ c . overed chsh luncheon with Mrs. her [appeared. She visited relatives' atterson next week Tuesday. has R.Wolfe and Mrs. A. H. • or, Roy Deyoe, since the'"death of the ; her sister Mm! sistor-in-law, is ex- last i pected home this week. She will move her furniture into the Brice j Remodeling Sale] = >Ve are remodeling our store to make room for our new | WhiteKnightSoda Fountain! ^ which will be one of the largest and best in Northern Iowa, During (lie = \\e are making special prices on our drug store items. change i GL -Cunttaci Hum* cd suffered ;i rolupso, and was taken 10 Iowa City by her parents. Sho was opr'nitod on at once, and at last reports was in a critical condition. At the new low price, Scmesan Jr. treats seed for less than 2^ c an acre. And , pays amazing profit by stopping' seed decay; producing mi j c l,i better stands; reducing losses! from seedling hlight and root I and stalk rot. In C-year Iowa] tests treatment gave ;'m average 1 weok yield increase of 3.9 bushels an acre. 4-oz., 40c; 1-lb., $1 ,705-lbs., $7.00. Use StiidcnCs Ann is Broken— Clarence Hovoy, attoridin dorf e e used to convoy thc Waldorf .-junior „ college students. Donald Dourte: ,,„?„.?,'.' had the same sort of accident two Glaus; Mamma Schlugonhoimpr, Leona Borchardt; Danny Murphy, I-icrschel Hartman; Louie Schla- Kenhoimer, Harold Newell; Clarence Hovoy. attending W al-: Kt ' ' '' mroi " -Newell; Izzy lorf college in Forest City,'suffer-i Schlagenheimer - Emil Huskamp; •d a broken arm when he attempt-t . Kosle Schhigcnheimer, Marie Mil(1 to crank one of the large busses !, ul ' ; I'-duie Monahan, James Schwartz; Sam Snit'kin, Elwin . , flm Monahan, Gerald ' lu; Ma SKie Monahan, Grace jKrmiso attended a meeting '• Legion Auxiliary at Bancroft : week Tuesday afternoon to make out the program for the Kossutli part of (be pep meeting to bo held at Fort Dodge May 2. Tho Rev. Mr. Barsted, the Rev. ' ,„ -Mr. Heidal and William Honsoeldt, of Rtidcliffe, were Sunday guests at the S. Scarps. .They remained here to attend the three-day meeting of the Norwegian Lutheran church near Depew. The Methodist Aid held a regular meeting in the church parlor Fri-' Benefit H»«oe Mots $15 flay afternoon. 'Hostesses were' Mesdames E. C. Weisbrod, E. R. Schlei, Chris Ruske, and 0' H Graham. house and make her home there as ! ~~Plie lias rented her farm to Ed i =5 Clark. Has \Virwr IJnast— Tho 'Bcrean Sunday school, class had a wicnor roast at .7. H. Warburton's last week Tuesday evening. At the business meeting plans were made for a hike and picnic supper for the May meeting. years ago from the same bus. , Gibbons; Ketchum, Raymond Dreyer; Tompkins, Raymond Tietz; Francine, Clara Gramenz; Steele, The Johnson Chevrolet Co. last j Ward Menz; understudy, Virgin- is Moved Hiieli— moved to the rear of the building they have been occupying, and will now have but one room. The Swea City Poultry Co. has leased the front part of the building, and will use it to store trucks and egg cases. Delegates Attend Meetings— Delegates to the Swedish Lutheran church at Red Oak, Mrs. Jonn A. Anderson, Martha Holcomb, Arthur Pehrson, and the Rev. Raymond Swanson, attended the Iowa conference from Jast day to Sunday. •week Tues- Two Go to Hospital- Mrs. Merie Jacobs and Henry Hagen went to the Mrs. Iowa New Improved CWe.san hit wheat; Ceresan for oats, hurley and cotton; Improved Swnesau Bel for potatoes. E, W, UISBY Druggist When You Have Your OIL CHANGED Accept Tills Friendly Challenge When it is time to change your 'S 1 ™^ 1 * 1 ' tm the cran k case with MY VIS. Drive 1,000 miles. Then +,. , »••drain. If you do not agree that af-! the "^ Ia8S P Ia y. They'll Do It Ev- ter this test, the HYVIS is in ibet-'""" ' •ter condition, cleaner and more "•oily" than your previous oil we'll fcuy the HYVIS oil back from you -at the full purchase price. The drain plug on your crankcase can tell you all you need to know about your oil. Wm. C. Dau GENERAL REPAIRING Fender and Body Work, Painting PliOftfe IC5 Algona ~~~ —— [August Peterson entertained"at'a"7 CONSTIPATED 30 YEARS K" ck dinner in ll!s honor Thura - AIDED BY OLD REMEDY i, ™ e N Raikels wl '° have been "For thirty years I had consilu-i- I " MK , ln fhe MnA( iams house, have -tlon. Souring food from stomach ™°^ ° t ' 1C! Ernest Miller house choked me. Since taking Adlerto J ,'"J^ T" 1 Part ° f town am a. now vtr&m. Constip-itlon la -i . V- '' Lutman - Congregational tmng of the ixist."_.viice Burnl E ^ l ° V ' at «"™1»Wt. will give the \7. Lusby, druggist , commencement address to the (G rant seniors. ia Frank; director, Verlina Iber- Ker; director of music, Esther Smith; business manager, iSupt. M. E. Otterness. Surprise Basket Dinner Held— A basket dinner was enjoyed at the Lawrence Zweifel's Sunday by a group of relatives who dropped in and surprised them. Attending were the- Glenn Zweifels, of Algona, the Earl Larsons, of Wallingford, the William Christensons, of Lone Rock, the Virgil Zweifels, the Ja- Lena Bleckwenn, nurse at the Mayo hopital, Rochester, Minn., is spending a month's vacation with her mother, Mrs. Theodore Bleck- wen, and other relatives. A benefit dance was given at -the Woodman hall Friday night, the proceeds to be given to Henry Mitchell, who had his leg injured by a wood saw last winter. The dance netted about $15. Othor Lakota News. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gaedke of the The H. A. Wrights, Algona were and dau S hter Mary Ellen, of Pom- Sunday guests at 0. J. Stephen- °" "--—-son's. The K. 0. Stephensons were visitors at the Nels Michell's Algona, Sunday. Mrs. Charles Newel was hostess to her bridge club Saturday after- cob Zweifels, and Mentzes, of Fenton. the Clarence Birthday Surprise is Given— A group of friends gathered at Maurice Weisbrod's last Thursday City hospital last week Mrs. Jacobs I after school, surprising him on his was given some x-ray treatments and returned home ,but Mrs. Hagen remained for diagnosis. Cattle Shipped to Marked- Three carloads of cattle owned by Jerome Burt and Joe Hyler were shipped to Chicago Saturday. The men accompanied them. Senior Class Piny Friday- High school seniors will give ery time, this week Friday in the high school auditorium. Ofhor Swea City. At the last regular meeting of the Baptist Guild, lantern slides of famous religious paintings were .shown. These were again shown at the Sunday evening service in thc Baptist church. Mrs. S. P. Eckholm, who has been in the Midway hospital at St. Paul for some time, was operated on for appendicitis Monday last week. She is recovering rapidly Men-ill Bixley, of Fort Dodge visited friends here last week. Mrs' eighth birthday anniversary. Present were Harlan Hulldorf, Gordon Graham, Ernest Scare, Herbert Krause, Howard Schulte, Vernon Ohm, and Lyle Weiabrod. Games and refreshments were played served. Decoration Day Plans Made— The Legion Auxiliary held a regular meeting last week Monday night in the Legion hall. Plans were made for a Decoration day program. The Legion consented to cooperate with the Red Cross in the distribution of free garden seeds to the needy. Mrs. W. R. Wolfe was hostess. Dennis Smiths Leave— The Dennis Smiths telephone managers here for eight years, left last week for Worthington, Minn where they will make their home with their daughter, Mrs. George Rockwood for the present. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reider, of Waterloo, took charge of the work here. Quilting IJee is Held— Mrs. Mike Weisbrod entertained a group of friends at a quilting 'bee last Thursday and Saturday afternoons. Present were Mesdames Robert Voettler, Emma Curry, J P Newel, E. C. Weisbrod, Mary Mittag, John Bellinger, Charles Weisbrod, and W. E. Stoeber. John Ulffcrs Recovering— John Ulgers is slowly improving from a case of blood poisoning con- Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod won high score and Mrs. W. T. Ohm travel prize. The H. E. Reimers, the E C Weisbrods and the F. H. .Bohns were entertained at Charles Schemmel's in Ringsted a week ago Monday night. Air. and Mrs. Bertl Berkland drove to Wallingford Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Amos Hansen, a sister of Mrs. Ole Berkland. E. H. Dehneo-t, of Lu Verne, was a Fenton 'business visitor Friday Alice Miller, of Osgopd, spent last week visiting at H. W. Schneider's. The H. E. Reimers were entertained Sunday at E.'A. Woito's at Lu Verne. Mr. Woito is of the Thompson Yards Mrs. Wilbert Holldorf manager Mrs, Carrie Voight and Ardis v'oight' were Algona visitors last Thursday afternoon. The Wilbert Holldorfs and Ruth Mae Kyle spent Sunday at the L M. Holldorfs in Ceylon The Dr. J. T. Waites spent Sunday with the Dr. A. T. Whitlows in Swea City. BOB SMITH TOLD ME TO STOP AT THE KIRKWOOD IN DES MOINES - ISN'T THAT 'WHERE THEY HAVE' THE NEW LOW RATES? eroy, were Sunday guests ER SAME PRICE iMaii AS 42 YEARS AGO I Jfcte.ONL $1.00 Benzoin .. j and Almond lotion .4801 $1.00 bag .. , water softener HaC j $1.00 box •'body powder Pint witch hazel Pint rubbing alcohol Pound soda bicarbonate Pound psyllium seed Quart Russian mineral oil Pint Russian mineral oil Quart Norwegian cod 'liver oil Pint Norwegian cod liver oil Pound Epsom salts $1.00 Aspirin tablets Pint Mi-31 solution Pint milk of magnesia :i9c 2lt| Je 29c 69e 3fc| 9 .Jo JW Jft 39c Bed lamps 50c Klenzo shampoo oOc Rexall orderlies 35c Hinkle tablets $1.00 Maltoleum 69c SPECIAL OFFER To give you this cleansing treatment that actors use. Actors must be careful to give their skis a thorough cleansing. You, too, can give yd" skin this treatment. Rexall Theatrical Cold Cream reaches deep into the pores to remove every trace of dirt, grime and make-up. This offer includes a box of Klenzo Facial Tissue—soft- absorbent--the sanitary, way to remove cold cream. Get this special offer today! Also many otl er ar ides not listed here at special prices g The Rexall Store pound 3b*att THEATRICAL COLD CREAM and box KLENZO FACIAl both TISSUE 65c value «£ D. JAMES a A ROOM ON THE OUTSIDE AND A BATH - - - - YES SIR— -=/ ALL OF OUR ROOMS PEOPLE ARE VALUE MINDED-THOSE rr> 'fcfti 'AKSj SHI*

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