Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 2, 1933 · Page 3
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PRIZE FtOtJB ..$1.59 Salmon, extra fancy. gockeye, Iced Salt, can > Syrup—' »45c cut beans, i can It Sweet Peas, 2 cans [a high test lye for Ing soap, (IS ..—————"••"••"••• jcots, J.O can kberries, 10 can - 3ut Coffee, Id can tcil Oak Tea—" 13c b-Ross Wheat al, pkg : j»rb Peanut r, quart 89c lOc 25c or 25c 45c 45c 25c 24c 15c LAKOTACLUB GIVES PARTY FOR HUBBIES day evening. An old-fashi old-fashioned n ner was served to 50 at o'clo ck" A long table was set u ' using K08STJTMCOVKTY ADVANCE. At/K)KA. IOWA Lotts Creek Couple Spring Surprise Wedding Sunday Lotts Creek, Oct. 31 — Lotts Creekers were taken by surprise when they learned ot the marriage of Luella Meyer and Alvin Potratz 'Sunday at the Lutheran parsonage tho Rev. E. Fiene officiating. The bride was attended by her sister hard . Te eSP vr UmC ' WUh Varle(1 re * The evening was spent in visitinc ' Playing games, dancing, etc S aw «ded for the best cos-, Mission Fest Next Sunday— The annual Presbyterian Mission Fest will be held next Sunday Dr Laube, D. ,D., of Dubuque, win d£ iver the sermon in the morning and the Rev. Henry Kruse, Woden ' »« f , pageant will be given in the evening, with Mrs. W. E. Ley as director. A pot luck dinner will be served at noon, and a missionary offering will ibe taken during the day. League Officers Installed— A week ago Sunday evening the Epworth 'League elected their officers; president, Harry Warhurton, first vice, William Clemans; second vice, Arlene Pringle; secretary Lorraine Smith; treasurer, Edith Buxton. Sunday evening William lemans had charge of the meeting yheat Flour, pure New und bag — : Salt, cks Salt, Ibs. in bag. 29c 71 c 55c Instan IL ig/jfiHg "frjeman Iron Attend Buffalo Center Aid— Fifteen Methodist Aid members went to Buffalo Center Thursday afternoon to attend an annual guest day. A good program of readings, music, and a play, "Lettie Comes Home," was given, and a 15c lunch served. Mrs. Glorifield is president of the Buffalo Center Aid and had charge of the program. S. S. Has Halloween Party— Some 40 intermediate Sunday school scholars of the (Presbyterian church held a Halloween party at :he church 'Saturday evening, and the Juniors held a party Tuesday evening. Mary Jane Lewis is superintendent of the intermediates. Nine See Iowa Defeated— Attending the Iowa-Minnesota football game at Minneapolis Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Art Schissel, Mr. and Mrs. Ashman, .Billy Ley, Robert Hamilton, Wilson Brack, Mrs. E. J. Woodworth, and Richard Hamquist. IEW LOW [RICE lis latest improved Coleman save you many times : in work saved, in clothes and in money saved! It help you do your ironing quicker, easier. No. 4A to tenant Lighting; rating ntcMMry. KM Roto. i Generator with clMnlng ne»dle 'i ctn b» operated White, burning. rf Mle-pUt* mckM it *My to iron 1 buttons, under jplMtt and along Use it anywhere ... no eordi Makes and bum* Ita own gu ly finished in bin* porcelain MI and highly polished nickel [COLEMAN CAMP » STOVS CO. •'»• fK YOUR DEALER at ILETIC PAEK, ALGONA IDAY, NOVEMBER 3 3:15 p.m. * * * • e U.GONA ACADEMY MORE HIGH SCHOOL - * * *« * 35c and 15c Before. Taking That ^cation Trip Aetna Accident Ticket*, uu coverage at jow cost. [ e have them on band at ^11 times. £»US1 INSURANCE 195 Algona, low* 666 r, Heedcbes «r ttmwliw Known. af(on - missionary and instalaltion o£ held. officers was n«,i »» J> se ? ond daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, attended tne local parochial school. Mr. Potratz, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz, was born and reared here, as was also his bride. The couple will li ve with the bride's parents, A Deception was given in the evening at the home of the bride's parents, a few relatives and friends attending: Mr, and Mrs. William Husch Sr., Whittemore; Mrs. Fred Meyer, Fenton; the William Leinin- ?ers, the iBen Schmidts, the Herbert Potratz family, William Meyer, .Fritz and Lorina Meyer and Adella Mittag. Mrs. FaulsHch Loses Niece- Mr, and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb, and many others from here attended the funeral of Anna Louise, 12, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Roeber, Whittemore, Sunday. She died last Thursday night of appendicitis. Mrs. Faulstich was her aunt, and Mrs. Lieb a cousin. Y. P. S. Meets Tomorrow Night—: The Y. p. s. meets this week Friday evening at the Lutheran schoolhouse, Milton and Arthur Geitzenauer and Ada and Margaret Fiene hosts and hostesses. Margarei Fiene, Esther (Potratz, and Edwin Wittkopf will have charge of entertainment. Sclmiiel to Teachers' Meet- William Schmiel, teacher of the parochial school, attended a northwest Lutheran teachers' conference at Pomeroy ifrom last week Tuesday till (Friday. He went with H. W. Behnke and P. L. Jessen, teachers of the Whittemore Lutheran school. Corn-Picking Nearly Done— The 'Lutheran school reopened Monday, after a week's corn-husking vacation. Corn-husking is nearing its close here, many tanners being through already. Other CrcoU. Mrs. Frank (Bell, Blue Earth, and her daughters Betty and Clarice called at the Richard Potratz home Sunday evening, accompanied by Mrs. Bell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Cordes, .Whittemore, who are spending a week at Blue Earth. Mrs. Bell is a niece of Mr. Potratz. 'Richard Potratz has been sick with dermatitis, a skin disease, and Mrs. M. F. Meyer has been having a boil in the neok. Herbert Potratz was also sick last week, Kenneth Kucker accompanied his uncle, Erwin Siems, and Emil Braatz to Tuttle Lake on a weekend fishing trip. They had fair luck. Loretta Meyer came home last week Wednesday from Estherville, where she had worked during the last few months. Edna Potratz, who had worked for Mrs. Alf Kresensky, Algona, three weeks, came home Friday. Hannah Fiene, student at Iowa State college, spent last week with her parents. FATHERS-SONS BAUQUET HELD BY BURT MEN Burt, Oct. 31—One hundred -persons attended a iFather-Sons banquet at Presbyterian church Friday evening. Supt. Donald Weir acted as toasbmaster. ' The follow ing toast program was given: "Appreciation of Father," by Gardner Patterson: 'Companionship of Fath er," by Barrel Riddle; "Understanding Father," Eddie Stewart; "Understanding the Boy," by F. E. Rubey; "Appreciation of the Boy," by H. V. Jones; "Companionship of Boy," toy P. F. Kriethe. A men's trio furnished music, and Edward Thaves led in a number of pep songs. The banquet was served by the Mite society. Sundny Will Be Rally Day— A special rally day service will be held* at the Methodist church next Sunday. There will be a picnic New Garage is Opened— Tom Collison, who manages pool hall here, has .built a car repair shop on the Mrs. (Laura Penny property and will repair cars. Mr. Sparks will work in the pool hall when Mr. Collison is at the shop. 1'riscillas Entertain Husbands—^ The Priscilla club entertained the husbands at Will Schroeder's last week Wednesday night with a Halloween party. After the ghostly part of the entertainment they played bridge. Attends Star Grand Chapter- Mrs. John Smith, worthy matron! an evening service. Plans for the of the Eastern Star, spent last week church finances and other phases home in Texas and Mr. and Mrs WHITTEMORE PUPILS BOOST SCHOOL PL AYS Whittemore, Oct. 31—The public high school pupils have been divided into two groups to sell tickets for the play, The Cheerful Liar, to be given .by pupils next Sunday evening at the aicademy. The winning side will have a half day off next week Wednesday for a party at the gym, but every pupil must sell at least four tickets. A similar scheme will foe followed for later school events, and the pupil who sells the largest number o£ tickets this term -will receive an honor sweater in the .school colors, purple and gold, with.a large W and four stripes, to be presented toy Supt. Rochford. <Lillian Heidenwith and lola Barber keep the records for ;he _ sophomore-senior group, with jydia Meyer and Raymond Balge- nian as assistants, and Dorothy Heidenwith and June Wehrsp'an teep the record for the freshman- lunior group, with Irene Heller and Wilma Airhart as assistants. School Play Next Sunday— The Cheerful 'Liar, comedy in ;hree acts, will be presented by the high school ipupils next Sunday evening at the Academy hall. The cast includes Edwin IMallory, (Raymond -Balgeman, George Taylor, Fred and John Fish, Robert Voight, Richard iShellmyer, Rex Swanson t Leo ODogotch, June Wehrspan, Alvera Behnke, Lillian Heidenwitb Matilda Wagner, and Lydia Meyer Attend Shower at Algona— Mrs. Catherine O'Brien, daughter Lucille, Mrs. 'Leo Kollasch, Mrs. Timothy OlBrien, Mrs. Jennings, daughter Merna, and (Patricia Weir, drove to Algona Monday evening to attend a miscellaneous shower in Hammerstrom returned home Friday. Charles Ward, Wessington Springs, came here recently and on Sunday took his grandmother, Mrs C. H. Reynolds and his sister, Mrs Frank (Burger, back with him to visit his mother, Mrs, Alfred Ward who is very ill in the hospital at Mitchell with diabetes. She is Mrs Reynolds' daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Thoreson entertained the following at a bridge party at their home Thursday evening: Mesdames and Messrs. M. M Chipman, H. W. Trainer, E. C Schwietert, C. F. Whalen, iL A and W. W. Boettcher, Mrs OR. S John, and Esther Olson. The G. W. Pattersons, Mrs. Albert Stensrude, and Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson, visited Sunday at Waseca, Minn. Mrs. Stensrude, who had been spending a week here with her daughter, Mrs. G. W. Patterson stopped at her home at Lake Mill when they returned. Seventeen Armstrong ladies members of the Sunday school class formerly taught by Mrs. C. B. Mitchell, spent Thursday afternoon at her home. They brought a lunch with them. Mrs. J. E. Clifton was Ex-Judge Lovrein , May Be Candidate for Governorship Former Judge and former Hum- holdt county representative Lov- rein, Spencer-Fort Dodge lawyer, was sprung week before last, for the nomination for Governor, announcement 'being made by the Spencer News-Herald. .Last week's Spencer Reporter, which is affiliated with another political faction in Clay county, said the announcement was greeted over the state with a barrage of silence. State Senator Fred C. Nelson, Nevada, was mentioned as a running mate for Lovrein. The Reporter claimed that among supporters of Judge iLovrein were former Governor Dan W. Turner, Judge Geo. A. Heald, Spencer, J. W. Morse, Estherville lawyer. Alfred Burt, Emmetsburg lawyer, and Marion Bruce, Rolfe editor and Pocahontas county representative. • Aged Horse Drops Dead After Race] Two Corwith farm boys, "Buddy" Steinlight and Lewis Schaller Jr., staged a race on a pair of old horses recently. After a bit of urging the aged nags fell, in with the idea, but soon got out of control, and to halt them the boys turned into a farm yard. One horse stopped but the other careened wildly around the barn and fell dead, the rider suffering a skinned leg and bruises in contact with a manure spreader. Gilchrist is Speaker. Congressman Gilchrist, of Laurens, spoke last night at a Legion meeting at Hum!boldt. No School Tomorrow at Burt. Burt, Oct. 30-/There will be no school here Friday, November 3, in order that the teachers may attend the state teachers' meeting in Des Moines. Albanian Serring The Livermore Qacett* that Clifford Madaen, AJgMM, serving a 6-montbs count? jail tence at Humboldt for child ~ tion. PAQBTHJUM Department Stores^ You can buy fall and winter merchandise at Graham's for below today's market prices. Spend Your Money Now! You will save on eyery purchase. honor of Mona, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Dunn, Algona, formerly Whittemore, at Mrs. M. T. McGuire's. Daughter for Conrad Aligs— A 7-Ib. 'girl, since named Mary, was. born one day last week to Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Alig, who have eight other children, • seven girls dinner at noon. At 2 o'clock an af-l^ng"^^ ternoon service mil toe held at The j. w . !Dorrance s visited from which the Rev. W. G. Muhleman, Saturday to Monday at the W. B. district superintendent, will be' - - present. (He will also be present at in 'Des Moines attending a convention at the Shrine Temple. Other Lakota JVews. Mrs. F. 0. Johnson entertained 15 members of the Dorcas class at her home Friday evening. Mrs. Richard Hamquist had charge of devotions and Mrs. Jos. Faulner gave the lesson on the book of First Kings. Lunch was served. Mr. arid (Mrs. I. E. Wortman left v'ia train last week Wednesday for of the year's work will be taken up. Every member and friend church will be welcome. of the Woman's Club at BuelJs— The Burt Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. H. O. Buell's, with Anna Overgaard as assistant hostess. The program consisted of roll call: "Hobbies and Their Influence," by Mrs. F. L Pratt; Review of "Genuine Antique Furniture," by Arthur' D. Bliss, Chicago, where Irvin will attend i Mrs. F. E. Rubey. to business and they will also visit , ,. „ « ti _ »v.« *„;,. ivr^c TO,.™ TTVPTin is tak- Attended O. *,. ». Meeting— the fair. Mrs. Jerry Ukena is tak ins care of the two boys during their absence. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klamp and Mrs. M. iL. Vinaas attended the Grand Chapter sessions of the Or- ~" ----• ., O f fan dins' urano. unapter sessions 01 ina ur- Raymond Patterson, attending fe Deg Moineg Morningside college at Sioux City Tu came home to spend the week-end • J with his parents, the Henry Pattersons. He went back Sunday afternoon. Mrs. W. E. (Ley and her mother, Mrs. Opal Wheeler, drove to Des Moines Thursday to meet W. E. Ley, who has spent the past month visiting relatives in California. The E. R. Worleys went to Mason City Saturday and Sunday helped .Mrs. Worley's mother, .Mrs. M. H. Bailey, • celebrate her birthday. They returned Sunday. Mr and Mrs. A. Meumier, merly of Buffalo Center, have moved .to Lakota and are living over the New Deal meat market. Meumier is a chiropractor. Mrs. Erman Hanspn and children and her sister, Emma Bobo, visited Mrs. Hansen's parents, the Martin Bobos, at Emmetsburg, a week ago Saturday and Sunday. An automobile .load from here attended an Epworth League rally at Forest City Thursday evening and Hastings, Thursday Isenberger, last •who and a boy. Mrs. Roy Graham, of West Bend, nee Camilla Wold- schmidt, has (been caring for her mother and the new sister. Farewell for Crooks Family— Neighbors, other friends, and members of the Methodist Birthday club gathered last week Wednesday at O. H. iRoupe's for a farewell party honoring the Clayton Crooks family, now of Emmetshurg. Mrs. Crook was formerly Esther -Roupe. Lucian Meurcr Laid (Mrs. Joseph Meurer Sr. has received word that a heavy tile recently fell on her son Lucian, who is -with the C. C. C. at Lake Andes, S. D., and cracked some of his ribs. Pastor Discher Loses Cousin— The Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher and their son Norman returned last Thursday from Gladstone, Neb., __ where they attended funeral ser- Richards home"at"Rushford, Minn'.! vices for a cousin of Mr. 'Discher. if his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker, north of town. (Patrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrell, had his tonsils and adenoids removed last week at 'ort Dodge. William, Helen, and Irene Oliver and Irene Lynch, all of Waseca, /[inn., were Sunday visitors at W. T." Oliver's. Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerich vis- ted at Ames over Sunday and attended a football game there Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. (Billings, of Jpencer, were 'Sunday visitors at Editor Ray C. Bufdine's. Mrs. Peter Schumacher and her ions spent part of last week with •elatives at Clarion. Esther Wagner, R.. N., Chicago, las been visiting her mother, Mrs. "red Wegener. Amanda Dietrich, Rodman, visited last week at the Adolf Naas home. The 'Richards lived in Burt many years ago. The Dorrances also went to La Crosse, Wis. Y. P. Society to Mallard— The 'St. Paul's Y. P. society will L McDonalds and the ' be entertained at a Halloween par^ drove to Minneapolis Friday, where they attended the Iowa-Minnesota football game. They returned home Sunday. The G. C. Giddings, son William, and Nellie Ward returned (Friday from a week's visit in Chicago. They also visited friends in Milwaukee and at Prairie du Chien. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle and daughter Rachel were Sunday dinner guests at the ,B. W. Brooke home. In the afternoon Dr. Clapsaddle and the Brooks went to Fort Dodge. Mrs. John Murray spent from Thursday to Saturday at the home of her son James in Algona. Mrs. at Mallard b ythe Y. P. society there. Other Whittemore 'News A card party at the Academy hall last Thursday evening was fairly well attended. The high bridge prizes were won by Ray Bartlett and Mrs. H. E. Woodward; the high 500 prizes by Frank Eisele and Ada Fandel. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hansen, son Gordon, Lee Hansen, and a Miss Clark, Holstein, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hansen. C. W. is- another son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hajasen. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Grimes, Manson, spent Sunday at Supt. 'F. J. for- Dr. and Lucy Carsen local teachers. v iUe Sunday. - week. Kenneth had been visiting with them to his Moines. La Vonne Griese Breaks Arm— La Vonne Griese broke her right arm Sunday afternoon at the Ralph Parsons home. She was climbing an iron hitching post and fell, breaking her arm. She is the six- year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Griese. „ John Henry Grover Married— Announcements have been received here of the marriage of _John Henry Grover and Olivia E. Nielsen on Saturday, October 21, at Payette, Idaho. John is the son of 'Ray Grover, a former Burt resident, now of Des Moines. Mrs. J. N. Holding Loses Brother— The J. N. Holdings, the C. L. Holdings, the Merwyn Holdings, and the W. W. Boettchers attended the funeral of Mrs J. N. Holding's brother, Will Skinner, at Farnham- James Murray was operated on for,R 0c hf 0 rd's. Mr. and Mrs. Peter gallstones while she was there. (Schumacher were Sunday evening here, returned! Mrs. H. A. Lewis and daughter dinner guests at Doctor iLauben- home in DesJElla, Mrs. J. R. Mawdsley, and thal's, Enwnetsburg. Daniel and (Paullina, son ana LMCY njaiDen, •«— ---- . and Mrs. Guy Beemer went to Al- 'tr^Ge^Ed'wards was seriously ill last week suffering a nervous breakdown, but is somewhat and William ary left Sunday morning for Gra- haL Mo., for a week of duck hunt™ A number of young folks attended the charity .ball at Bancroft last world's fair. and Otto Koppen Oil Stolen from L U Verne Station ,Lu Verne, dctlPrhe Standard Oil bulk Station here was entered last week Tuesday night, and a Shower for Mrs. Allison Smith— A shower was held.last Wednesday evening at the Mrs. Kinney home for Mrs. Allison 'Smith, who was recently married. She was- formerly Ada Beitz. loses 2 Fingers in Cornsheller— Hiram Ackenman had the ends of two fingers taken off in a corn picker last Wednesday. His brother Earl had a similar accident a week or two before. Fire See Iowa U. Lose— C. M. Bowie, W. J. Davison, Charles Hanna, and Gardner Patterson drove to Minneapolis Saturday and saw the Iowa-Minnesota football game. F. 0. Stows are Grandparents-^ Mr. and Mrs. IF 1 . O. Stow received word Saturday night of the birth of a grandson, born to Mr. and MrS. Orville <5. Stow, at Decorah, Saturday. Of the Chanjplin S™ st atlon at ^ , is manager. Other Burt News, B J Hammerstrom went to Petersburg, HI., last week Tuesday to «t Ms wife- who bad been there several weeks helping care for her mother, who had had a stroke. Mrs. Lownsherry, her .mother, was unproved enough to H>e moved to her Mrs C. R. Lewis, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the Dr B. H. Thompson home. The Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell, Mrs. 1C. B.. Chipman and Mrs. Bertha Schwietert attended the Methodist Ladies' Aid bazaar at Armstrong Saturday. iBeulah and Zelma Gifford attend- and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Naas, Estherville, came Sunday t( visit their unole and aunt, Mr. anc Mrs. Adolph Naas, and to attenc the Roeber funeral. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Elhert, of Algona, were here last week Wednesday' to get 'acquainted- with ed a social near Swea City Friday j the new daughter at Ralph Fan- evening at the school taught by; del's. Mrs. Fandel was formerly Mary Lynch. The girls sang two Hilda Elbert. duets. • The A. W. Radekes, the L. H. Schencks and Mrs. Fred Ringsdprl attended a district Legion Service School at Fort iDodge last Thursday. The Karl Ewoldts and two daughters, Lone Rock, and Jessie Smith, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs. Trina Wiese home. The Will Larsons, flritt, were Sunday visitors of Mrs. (Emma Hawcott. Mrs. Larsen is Mrs. Hawcott's daughter. Arthur Mitchell, Morningside college student, spent the • week-end with his iparents, Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell. J. K. and Harold Hansen and the Clair Winkies were Sunday dinner guests at the L. H. Schenck home. The Paul Isenbergers and baby, of Decorah, spent the week-end at the J. O. Isenberger home. Selma Clifton visited from Thursday to Friday with her friend, Mrs. Olof Olson, in Elmore, Minn. The G. O. Aliens and the Clifford Holdings visited the Elmer Kienitz home near Lakota Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. L. (Rjchmann attended the funeral of a relative at Amboy, Minn., Monday. The Frank Bahlings were Sunday dinner guests at the Jack Ditsworth home at Hobarjton. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder, Chicago, spent the week-end at the Clara Shaw home. The Epworth League had a. Halloween p,arty in the church parlors Monday evening. The Rev. C, B. Mitchell attended a Methodist District Conference at Garner Monday. The (Ladies' Aid society meets Wednesday of thia week at Mrs. George Allen's. The iP. L. Ryersons visited tives at Fort Dodge Sunday. The Henry iLavrenz family, of Algona, attended the Anna Louise Roeber funeral services; also the Henry Scheppmans, the Rober Leisners, Esther Heller, and Esther Behnke. Verdell Lauritzen, Graettinger was an over-Sunday visitor a George Meyer's, and (Elmer and Bernice Jante, Garner, were there Sunday evening. Mrs. Henry Hahn and Mrs. F. O Hahn, with the latter's daughter Helen and sons Rudolph, and Arnold, spent a day'last week at Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Helmke and Mr. and Mrs. peter Schumacher attended an Eighth district Legion- Auxiliary convention last Thursday at Fort Dodge. Dolores, daughter o£ Mr. anc Mrs. .Robert Finnell Sr., is at home from Rockwell, where she teaches Her school is having a corn-husking vacation. Harold Walker, Delavan, Minn, was a Sunday evening dinner guesi Verona Minnesota un-liwx oi uowers. Stop Getting Up Nights THIS 25o TEST FEEE If It Fails. •Physic the bladder as you woulc the bowels. iDrive out the impurities and excess acids which cause the irritation that wakes you up Get a regular 35c box of BUCKETS made from buchu leaves, juniper oil, etc; After four days test, if not satisfied, go hack and get your •age. They.work on the bladder similar to castor oil on the toowels Bladder irregularity is nature's danger signal and may warn you of trouble. You are hound to feel better after this cleansing and you get your regular sleep. iE. W. Lusby 'Druggist, Xlgona, and W; J. Denton, Titdnka, say BUKi@TS is a best seller. ... '._. ... JVHU wtw maue ivwwvmy a* PULL THE BLIZZARD'S TEETH— you can make your outbuildings warm at low cost with Gamble's Rolled Hoofing. 35 <lb., 98c iper sq.; 45 lb., $1.45. Stove pipe, 6 in., 28 ga., 24 in. length, 2 tfor 35c. 34-8 POOR STARTERS CAUSE POOR STARTS Have your starter inspected. Bearings on starters are "oilless" which means that they wear down. When the bearing wears the starter comes too close to the armatures and destroys power. A poor hearing will cause a run-down battery, and even refuse to turn over a cold motor with a battery that had plenty of juice. Have the starter switch inspected. Arcs of electricity burn the switch, and continual' hammering has worn down the connections till an imperfect connection is made— result—loss of power. Have these two important points checked now before the thermometer drops to zero, and your car refuses you. DAD GARAGE East of Courthouse. Crepe Fabrics 25c 79c Smg,rt new patterns and color combinations for and women's child's dresses. Fancy Plaid Double Blankets $2.39 You'll find warmth, quality, wear and savings too in this wool nap blanket at this price! Wash Frocks ; $1.00 Women's wash frocks In fast color print fabrics. New 1933 styles. Women's Union Suits 39« Tailored top, tight knee, 88 to 44. Child's Waist Unions file Random rib or bleached garments. Boys' Bibbed Unions 69e Random rib and fleece, 24 to 84. Men's Bibbed Unions 79e Full cut garments in every ,w»j. Part Wool Unions $1.19 Heavy, weight for winter wew. COMFORT 4 M _ CHALLIES 140 New patterns, new coloring in quality fabrics, 36 inches wide. Child's School Hose 15c Eibbed stockings, camel, honeybeige Child's Jersey Bloomers 25c Practical garments for winter wear. Women's Outing Gowns 79c Stripe patterns in quality flannels. Women's Jersey bloomers 39c Rayon stripe that gives service. Fast Color Prints 15c New patterns for dresses & smocks CHILD'S CHINCHILLA COATS With caps to match. 2 to 6 years 59c COTTON BATTS You'll find quality in these 3 pound stitched batts. Comfort size. Here's values Rayon Undergarments 29c Featured in one big lot, panties, briefs, step-ins, bloomers. $2.98 Misses' Pile Fabric and Chinchilla Coats in , sizes 8 toi4 $3.98 Women's, Misses' Full-fashioned ' Chiffon and Service Weight Silk Stockings 79c New fall shades Blanket-Lined Jackets $1.40 Hen's sizes 88 to 46. Boys' Suede Blazers $1.39 Tan color in sizes 8 to 16. Wool Mixed Sox, 2 pair 25c A ralue in everyday BOX. Men's Work Shirts 49e Blue chambray, sizes 14 to 17. : Blanket-Lined Jackets $1.19 Boys' size, sizes 8 to 18 years. 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