Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1933 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 23, 1933
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n s .**! trtftduncts KEE ROAD ML FARES umber 1st " K088UTH (fotTNfrt . ALOONA. IOWA PROGRAM GIVEN A jtigfiout tht entire Weil . ere bkied on 3.6c per mil* Htti sleeping and parlor car rcharge. Here's the hew ' |_TWO CENTS A MILE for one-way ticket! good in coiehii. • |_THRfiE CENTS A MILE (or one-wty tickets, good In ill ctiiBcl o! equipment — spice In parlor and sleeping cart extra. ' • . •' • I-TWO CENTS A MILE each way for round trip tickets— —10-dtr limit, good in coaches, parlor carl and sleeping cart, •pat* rttri. I-TWO AND ONE-HALF CENTS A MILE each way lor round trip tickets — S months limit, good in coaches, parlor can, sleeping cars, apace extra. (Keeping ; and. Parlor Car ugen Reduced J$ '(by Dli- ontinuing Surcharge). Lone -Rock, Nov. 21- ard, Mrs. W. G. Plaig, Mrs. filahchardj' Mrs. J. F, Quit__.. „. ittev. S. M. Gladstone and Kyrwood Quinn; Down by the Old Mill Stream, sung by Jesse Blanchard and Jack Tibbets. Jay Ooddcils Are Honored- Mr, and Mrs. Jay Godden were surprised Saturday night by a grOUp Of friends and relatives who dropped in to help them celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. Present were the Andrew Thorn- sens, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson, Mrs. Vant, the L. B. Hollisters, the Rev. S. M. Gladstone family, the Bert Goddens, Joe Mokry, A. D. Newbrough and daughter Grace, the Victor Rogers family, the Will Christensons, and Amelia Madden, MEN iOCK ETING P; T. A. held louse Thurs- llowing pro- nunity sing- Flaig; play, . M. Blanch- Mrs. H. A. Quinn, the nd -Kyrwood Twenty Years Ago Rewrites from the Advance of November 8, 1913 The November, 1913, term of court was to open with Judge Lee, ot Estherville, presiding. There Were 231 cases in the bar docket. Since August 81 new cases, had been docketed. Three cases had been set for trial, and 20 others had been trial-noticed. One of the main cases was Robert Wallace vs. Ferdinand Koppen, in which damages- of $10,245 was asked. Koppen had taken part in an escapade at Germania, now Lakota, in which Mayor prospect for 1914. i,. 3. Dickinson had been instrumental in getting signatures on petitions for paving McGregor street from the Northwestern to a point three blocks west of his home and Hall street three blocks south from State. Signatures had also been obtained for paving from the Advance cornet ast on Call street to the (Northwestern tracks and thence a bloch south to connect with S"tate. A peti- ion also asked that Minnesots BRIDE-TO-BE of Ringsted. Several silver gifts were presented to the couple. Alumni Teams Defeated— The boys and girls' high school msketball teams played alumni teams Tuesday and won both games, the scores being: Girls, 2013; boySi 25-13. Hamilton was attacked and suffered cuts. Wallace, a fellow prisoner, sought balm for burns suffered when Koppen set fire to the beds in the Jail. • • * • The following note indicates a much different tax situation then from today: "County Treasurer Anderson takes great pains to keep his annual delinquent tax list down. There are only 116 entries this year. Last year there were 208; the year before that, 163; and the year before he took "office 312." * » * * A St. Joe woman, "Mrs. Peter Erpelding, had been Iburned to death Ask Our Agent [MILWAUKEE ROAD 658* IEW KODAK INISHING STUDIO v 39 Eva L. Presnell, who for years did first class ismiro ENLARGING COLORING Ithe Peterson Studio, is opening jtudio at her home at 604. S. dge st. Orders called for and livered daily. Mail orders re- ned daily. rgements and Christinas Cards your own films make an ex[lent gift. Coloring makes them Wural as life.'' CALL AT 604 S. DODGE Phone 417LJ S"gg= S oal Red Cross Drive Conducted— A Red Cross drive has been conducted by Mrs. W. J. Cotton with iBeryl Sanders, Imogene Roderick and Muriel Long assisting. Lester Dacken Recovering'— The Frank Dackens spent a week ago Friday and Saturday with their son Lester at Iowa City. iLester can now walk. her clothing .haying caught fire when stove polish exploded. The rest of the family was away a church, and she was at home with 'a 4-year-old son. * * • • Senator Kenyon, in a letter Judge Quarton, had written tha there was great opportunity in th U. S. consular service, in whic! treet be paved to the fairgrounds, 'he petitions were to be presented o the. city council at a special meeting. * * * * Harvey Ingham was to speak iefore the Congregational Me'n's ;lub here on The Events of Today * » * * (Ray McWhorter, then an Ames student and an' athlete, had run ive miles in 29 minutes and 29 seconds. (Later he was to serve a: a World war aviator, and now he farms near Burt. * * * * Corn huskers were getting 6% a bushel. « * * * J. F. Fisher, Titonka, had baggeu L7 ducks and a prairie chicnen in less than an hour. The Algona football team ha defeated Mason City,25-0, here, an was to play Webster City here th following Saturday. There was t be a preliminary game .between the Third ward and the sixth grade. A ISHON )RED BY LAKOTA WOMEN Lakota, Nov. 21—'Mesdames Peiter Koppen, Gust Koppen, and Esther Jreen, Woden, Irene Higgins, Ti- onka, and Elizabeth Nitz enter- ained 60 friends at Peter Koppen's asH. Thursday evening in honor of Genevieve Koppen, who will be- ome the bride of Clifford Knutson, Armstrong, this month. Miss Koppen received many gifts. A mock wedding was given, with Ella Ailts as minister, Mrs. Peter Bruer as )ride, Lorraine Smilth as bridegroom, Mrs. A. T. Buckels as flower girl, Elizabeth Nitz 'as "Ma," and -iucy Trump as "Pa." Bertha Ailts ed the procession, playing an accordion. Farmer's Corn is Picked- Ernest Wortman, south of town, iias been sick abed two weeks with flu and quinsy, and is still unable to take any food but liquids. Last week Wednesday 25 church friends, neighbors, etc., husked his corn, except five acres, and would have finished that too had not the elevator broken down and its repair delayed the huskers. Mrs. Wortman is also sick, and her brother Heyo Loats, is there to do chores and finish the husking. A number of women helped serve dinner to the huske.rs. sick all season, but is now able to do some ot his work. Methodist Aid Serves Supper— Mesdames Biickels and Altizer entertained the Methodist Aid at the chul-ch last week Wednesday, and final plans were laid for a bazaar and supper this week Tuesday. Class Gires Musical Tea— The Home Economics class gave a musical tea for the mothers and teachers Friday. Betty Johnson was chosen to pour. The girls fur- ished the music. Mrs. Samuel Larson Sick- Mrs. Samuel Larson, Elmore, is seriously sick. The Larsons, 20 'ears ago, owned and operated the :arm now occupied by Ubbe Heyes Wrist Broken at School— Vera, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs. Henry Olthoff, fell at school one day last week and broke a wrist. Richnrd Price Loses Brother- Mr, and Mrs. Richard Price at tended the funeral of a brother o: Mr. Price at Dunlftp one day last week. Other Lakotn News. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith and lay's mother, Mrs. C. R. Smith, <ook Mrs. Kent, of Cedar (Rapids, to Clarion Sunday, and .after a short visit with relatives there she was to go home. Mrs. Kent, who is a sister of Mrs. C. R. Smith, had spent two weeks here. Katherine Murray spent ten days with her grandparents alt Forest City, and last week Wednesday her mother, Mrs. !H. H. Murray, drove there to bring her home. Mrs. Murray's sister, Mrs. Robinson, came with them for a visit here. Mrs. Oran O'Keefe took her son Max to Estherville Sunday, after he had spent a week-end with his parents. Mrs. O'Keefe's mother, Mrs. Josephine Olson, Estherville, came here with her for a visit, Mesdames John Smith, Wade Ball, William Turley, and E. J Woodworth entertained the Presbyterian Aid at a 25c supper lasi Thursday. Corn-picking here is nearly fin ished. The heavy wind of las week Snndar Wew titt — and made .the finish ttkbeti ] Arthur Sehissel's parent*,, Miftt and Mrs.-J. P. ScfUshet, ItiniMM*- is, and 4 Hater spent tn* end here. A son was born to Mr, iiM Gustafson last week ttdhd*^ ffce* lave another son, 7, and a The Warburton Cash served hot coffee and cookies callers Saturday. YOU INVITE!) open house Showing of merchandise, FHday, November M. at 7 p. in. A FREE gift for every child accompanied by parentk. Nothing on sale. 666 Liquid Tablets, Salve, Nose Checks Colds first day, Headehm «K Neuralgia in 30 minutes. Malaria to 8 days. FINE LAXATIYE AND TONIC Most Speedy Remedies Known. Beclam Contest Monday— The" junior high school declam contest will be held next Monday. An elimination this week. contest was held Mrs. Hawks Loses Brother— Mrs. Kate Hawks received word Monday of the death of her brother, Frank Deitrich, • 81, at Woodland, Calif. Other Lone Bock. Carrie and Dora Bierstedt, who kept house for their late brother, A. W. Bierstedt, are most grateful to neighbors and others who stacked corn fodder and performed other kindnesses after his death, and they join with other sisters, Rosa Barto, Alvena Ostwald, Mary Ostwald, and Anna Hoeck, and the surviving brother, Edw. Bierstedt, in the expression of gratitude for the help of friends prior to, during, and after the funeral. Earl Earing and son Dale, Campus, 111., arrived Thursday to visit at Oscar Earing's. They brought Mrs. Ellis and two children, and Clinton Guest to their home at Bancroft. (Dale will stay here and go to school this winter and his sister Lucille will remain at Wm. ding's at Bancroft. Dud- I (F. M. Whitney, of (Eagle Grove, i. i. * • ~~i~ *~ *T./* ir{ n .l spent Friday and Saturday at H. E. lie best m coals is the kind j£ cka . s . M *_ and Mrs . Carl , Priebei fre handle We will have a Fenton, were Sunday guests at Art re nanaie. we wiu nave * priebe , s Mrg M Schloeman and Of good lump coal on the son Worth were visitors at W. J. - ' . .• . , i Cotton's Sunday. ck this week at a right \ Frank Everett and Sam Wallace, .!„,* T> „*,!.,,_ ««n __j ~ a f'Oskaloosa, spent ^Friday and Satur- rice. Better call and get day at Wmp F , laig - s . Mrs . Flaik car and daughter Joan returned home with them for a week's visit with ng at Berlin. Harold 'had been here a year. * * * * J. R. Laird, Civil war veteran ind widely known Algona furniture dealer, had died. He came to the county in 1887. . * • * * A preliminary debate had been field at the high school in which the following contestants competed: Dicie Beane, Gertrude Ketcham, Howard (Mawdsley, Donald Hutchison, Fay Hopkins, Edna Sorenson, (Eva Brown, Alfred Kresensky, Fred Geigel, Cidney French, Leon Stock, and Elmer Ohristensen. * * * * Another paving contract, and a bigger one than 1913's was in LEDYARD HIGH JUNIORS PLAN DECLAM TILT Ledyadr, Nov. 21 — Junior declam- altory will be held Friday night at 7:30 in the school auditorium: Following is the program: Oratorical — The American Indian, Glen Dyer; dramatic — Mrs. Santa Claus on the Phone, Betty Anderson;' The 'Promise, Verna Berglund; Courage, Geneca Gelhaus; The Death Disk, Delores Hassebrock; Circus Day, Agnes Junkermeier; Eliabeth, Beulah Looft; Is There a Manger There? Betty Maltzener. yreummary game tne (Saturday be"ore had been a draw between the freshmen and Central. • • • • A HO, 000 fire at Whittemore had iestroyed three automobiles, seven norses, a garage, the Chapman blacksmith shop, and a hotel. It started in the Zentner garage. * * * * The local buttermaker, W. H. Anderson, had won first place in a gathered-cream class of butter at a national dairy show in Chicago. His score was 94%, and he was to receive either a gold medal or a gold watch. There was a total of 550 entries. * * * * Boys had been born to the C. Sills and the M. Peffers, and a girl •to Mr. and Mrs. John Coon. ;hey both transferred their membership to the church at that time. Other Ledyard News. R. K. Canary reurned from California Jast week Tuesday. His mother, who has been ill, accompanied him to Mason City. Friday- George Dunn and Gus Anderson went to Mason Cilty for her. She is going to spend the winter here with her son, who rooms at Gus Anderson's^ ' • Mrs. Edward Knoner entertained the W. F. M. S. Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Glen Yahnke gave the lesson, Mrs. Johnson, the devotionr al, and Mrs. George Thompson, the stewardhip. •Ruth Jones went to Algona Friday evening and thence accompanied her sister, Mrs. E. A. Genricli to Boone to visit their grandmother. Lakotnns Plan Coast Tisit— Mrs, Addie Seymour, Algona, was here last week Wednesday on a business mission and called on former neighbors. She spent much of her time last summer with the Robert Smiths, who live on her farm near Blue Earith. Mrs. Smith, her son, and Mrs. Seymour plan to leave this week for California, where the Smiths will visit relatives at Los Angeles and Mrs. Seymour will visit her.daughter, Mrs. Ruth Johnson, alt San Diego. They expect to return in six weeks. our order in as this ill not last long... _fcotsford Lumber Company Home of Peerless Coal. Phone 256 JIM POOL IDES AND FUR ull market price paid for hides and fur. (Closed season on muskrats. * Joe Greenberg LOANS ier parents. The W. J. Cottons, Mrs. Roy Jensen, and Mrs. Ernest Jensen drove to Fort iDodge Thursday to meet Mrs. N. L, Cotton, who had been visiting her daughter at Ames for a few days. The Emil Krafts visited at R. G. Borchardt's at East Chain Sunday. Mr. and . Mrs. Albert Shaser and daughter, and Mrs. John Rath spent Sunday at Harvey Rath's, near Algona. Clarence Macumber, Lehigh, came Friday .to visit his parents, the F. A. Macumbers. They took him back Sunday and also visited their daughter Dorothy at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence North and son James, Des Moines, and Paul Johnson, Orient, spent Friday and, Saturday at W. J. Cotton's. Mrs. W, J. Cotton entertained Beryl Sanders, Imogene Roderick, and Muriel Long at a luncheon last week Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hauck and Humorous—The Bald Headed Man, Bernard Anderson; Bill Smith, Arlowe Blome; Peter Presents a Project, RuthiEstle; Who's Afraid? Elida Friest; All Right For You,' Alvira Halvorson; A Grapefruit Episode, Harold Moore; A Small Boy Speaks, Howard Nitz; Billy is Invited Out, Wesley Schultz; He Wanted Ivory Soap,- Harold Wentworth. UP TO Pould a personal loan of $100,00, ^ Uv*SV*I*U '^UCM* V* •y*vwt*'«»t — -»— • ( , _ or fSOO.00 help solve your-ed; the, eeneea Bib ; a study daughter Evelyn and Irvin Howard, 'Livermore, were Sunday guests at Fred Genrich's. Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard and Marietta Christenson, Des Moines, visited from Friday till Sunday at P. M. Christenson's. . , Mrs. R. L. Padgett and Mrs. Glen Sharp were entertained at E. C. Weisbrod's in Fenton Ijist Thursday afternoon. l The R. C. Steinhilbers and Wilbur Schar, Truesdale, were visitors- at L. E. Godfrey's Friday and Saturday.* The Rev. S. M. Gladstone attend^ at the Luella Junkermeier is Wed— The following clipping from a Rembrandt paper corrects an erroneous rumor of several weeks ago: "Alfred Schadendorf and Luella Junkermeier announce itheir secret marriage on May 14 at Worthington, Minn., the Rev. J. Deckman, of the Lutheran church officiating." Louella is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .John Junkermeier, Rembrandt. The last year and a half she has spent with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kramersmeier. The groom is a farmer, and the young couple expect to be here soon, where he will continue to help his falther on the farm. Betty Mutzener 18; Party- Betty Matzener entertained ten girls last week Tuesday evening in iionor of her 13th birthday. They were Muriel Reece, Beulah Looft, Agnes Junkermeier, Doris Welfare, Ruth Estlej Henrietta O'Keefe, Evelyn Mayne, Edith Logan, Alvira Halvorson and Cleo Looft. 81, But Takes Longr Jaunt— acial problems? invite ypu to investigate our •Personal loan plan on your furm- Iture, auto and livestock. As long 1*8 twenty months to repay. ! You will find our service prompt, .economical, and confidential. In- today for details'without ob- Looft home last Tuesday afternoon, The A. A. Kruegers and H. A. Blanchard hunted on the Charles Schultz farm near Elmore Friday. The Mite society will meet with Mrs. William Krause this Thursday, Mrs. Jay Godden assisting. Joseph G. Hansen, Mason City, and a friend called on friends here -r-iSee— H. N. KRUSE 185 ,,, Representing I «4eral Finance Co. * Algona Moines H.W.POST Dray «nd Transfer Long Distance Hauling- Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds, to do all and hunted Saturday. Elizabeth Jensen, Graettinger, .J^ll«lb»Kf V v** w -••" --- f — - j- ame Sunday to spend a few days at Ernest Jensen's. , Many friends attended the funeral of Albert Bierstedt at Burt last week Tuesday. * Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard were Sunday guests at the H. A. Wbitehill's, Burt. The -Friday club met last week at J. M. Blanchard's, Mrs. L. R. Rod- er Bible S study was held at the Rev. S. M. Gladstone's last Wednesday Mrs. Laura (Grandma) Niester returned last week from a three months vacation in Ohio and Illinois; She also attended the world's fair. -This was a remarkable trip considering that "Grandma" is past 81 years old. She is at present en- Joying the best of health. Bracks Lose Infant Son— A still-born son was born to Mr and Mrs. Tice Brack last week Wednesday. He was buried' in the (Highland Home cemetery Thursday, Mrs. Brack is in a hospital alt Blue Earth and is recovering ly. ._ Knoner Son is Baptized— Mr. and Mrs. Edward Knoner had their small son John baptized Sun day in the Methodist church, and T. Halvorson accompanied Aleitha Brack to Blue Earlth Saturday to visit the latter's mother. The Methodist quarterly conference meets Friday at 2:30 in the church with /the Rev. W. H. Muhleman, Algona, in charge. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Welfare and Mr. and Mrs. William W_el- fare, East Chain, were Sunday visitors at J. H. Welfare's. Hubert Osterman stopped here briefly Friday night en route home to Winnebago from Fayette, where he is attending school. Everett Gregor and friend, Algona, and Mrs. Harriett Matzener rove to Easton, Minn,, Sunday to isit relatives. The Roy Jacobs and Marine Wal- :er and friend, of Brooklyn, spent friday and Saturday at J. W. Hartshorn's. The George Thompsons attended a county rural mail carriers' meeit- ng at Algona last week Tuesday evening. Genevieve Kitley's father, Albert Citley, Hardy, and children visited lere Sunday at Cecil Peterson's. The M. E. Aid met with Mrs. D. B. Mayer last Thursday and covers at luncheon were laid for "60. Albert Kwolohofs, Website^ City, came for the pheasant, hunting and visited-at John Drew's. The Frank Perkins, Mason City, visited relatives here over the week-end. Joe Welsh and Blenda Herald, of Albert City, spent Sunday at Jule Seifert's. Mrs. Ella Gelhaus entertained the Another F. B. lesson Given— Seventeen home project women from Ledyard and Lincoln townships attended a second lesson al Mrs. J. H. 'Warburton's last week Tuesday. This one was on home sanitation and home safety, given by Mrs. Muriel Leaverton, H. D. A It dealt with prevention of disease and accidents. The next lesson wil be give at Emma Gutknecht's De cember 12, and will be on soap making and laundry methods, Standard Bearers IVnnie Officers—; Mrs. F.- O. Johnson and Helen Awe entertained the Standar Bearers at the organization's 'firs meeting this year at the Mehodis church last week Tuesday. Officer were elected: president, Mildre Bar gar; vice, Lorraine Smith; sec retary, Helen Penny; treasurer Beth Hamquist. Neighbors Finish Corn-Picking— Twenty-five neighbors and olthe friends husked corn at the Tryo farm,'north of town, last wee Tuesday, and some went back t finish Wednesday. Some 25 acre were picked. Mr. Tryon has bee piiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifliiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiii^ ANNUAL LEGION Feather Party Legion Hall, Algona Tuesday, November 28 CORN GAMES and Added Features PRIZES HAMS DUCKS GEESE BACON TURKEYS Everybody. Welcome! 1 $10.00 in New Silver to Lucky Number == Winner must be present at 11:30 | Joe Bloom's Clown Band will play at 7 p. m. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin ml j. "flit- •['••T^ —— —j. u . . .- ^^ n»t _ _,.—»• —1^1 -wa— ~~i- • — -T-,. , ••• The Big November Drive Continues this Week More for Your Money at Grahams The savings are real —right now when your needs are the greatest you will find unequalled opportunities to save. NOW is the time to BUY Special Friday and Saturday. Sewing Circle last week Monday evening. Adelaide Randall spent the weekend wM her parents at Mason City. Mrs. Mary Tillmpney is ill with the flu and is confined to her b'ed. The Swen Swensons, Kanawha, visited the Tice Bracks Sunday. COUGHING Positively stopped by s»fe, pleasant Thoxine within 35 min. Jt stops your coush quicker ' . and better than anything you've ever usedT- or the druggist will return your rnonay-- 35e. Sold by E. W. lusfty Dtvg Co. .. A. Blanchard spent Friday afternoon at Ray Bichhorn's, at Elmore. . The E. M. Whitehills were, guests Sunday at Chas. Clement's in Ai- has peen several cases of eye" in schopl last we , Warn Deeper was Saturday and Sunday. «A Specialized Insurance Seryice" —THE— ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY C. B. L» Barre Low Bates'.Quick Claim Settlements Surety Bonds > Loans: * Investments Phone 55 . 1st Door North of Iowa State Bank Men's random ribbed unions __ Buy at savings Blankets Fancy plaids 70x80 size __ Electric Lamps Priced special. Smart^ modern styles. Boudoir, end table and radio _- Special Friday and Saturday. Fancy'plaid single blankets, CT A 70x80 size 9 I U WOMEN'S UNIONS. 39c Fancy rayon stripe, low neck, kneelength. CHILD'S UNIONS 69c Waist unions in two styles, random or white. BOYS' UNIONS 69c Heavy ribbed or fleeced garments, 24 to 34. MEN'S UNIONS $1.19 H§avy weight, part wool, random ribbed, 36 to 46. MISSES' HOSE 29c Wood and rayon-colors. MOKKFOR YOUR MONKY Men's Work SHIBTS 69c Full cut to size, Pre-shrunlc chambray, MEN'S OVEBALLS 1.19 weight, blue denim. Big and roomy. Boys BLUE SHIBTS 49c Every day shirts that give satisfaction. « to 14 years. Snugger TOT CAPS 49e Every boy will appreciate a snugger this winter. MOKKFOR YOUR MONEY TAM-SCABF SET $1.00 New smart styles in brush wool for girls, Child's BLOOMEBS 29c Rayon panties and ibloomers for girls 4 to 16 years. PBINCESS SLIPS $1.00 California-straight top styles, bias cut models. Brassieres, 2 styles 25c Attractive shaped brassieres at a low price. NEW HAND BAGS $1.00* Fashions latest creations. Pouch-underarm styles. Child's Jersey Mitts lOe Chllds'Kiiit Gloves 25c Misses' fancy Gloves 59c MORE FOR YOUR MONEY LADIES' HATS $1.39 Charming, smart styles featured at a lower price. FABRIC GLOVES 49c Smart embroidered slip-on and button styles. Capeskin GLOVES $1.49 Smart cuffs — appliaue trimmed—slip-on styles. Jersey BLOOMEBS Snug fitting garments girls 6 to 16 years. BAYON BLOOMEBS 39c Smartly ailored, full standard sizes for women, Linen Cloth, 60-in, 98c Linen Bridge Set B8c Linen Lunch Cloth $1.39 for Department Double BLANKETS 3.69 Fancy plaids, deep nap, full 72x84 size. Jersey BLOOMEBS 39e Women's sizes, regular and extra. Rayon stripe. DBESS FABRICS 49e Rough crepes for women and children's dresses, OUTING GOWNS 7»c Full cut garment in qualify flannels. Part Linen CBASH •« Brown crash, stripe border, MOKE FOR YOl'-K MONK DINNER SETS $8.»8 32-piece service for 6. 'Ivipry body, floral design. LAMPS, complete $1.85 Large Jumbo sizt in plain an<i fancy. Boasters $1,35,1.8M.«» Largest sizes in and'ivory WASH BOILEBS W,85 _._j- - • <V fr .'"- .Vvl c&w, FOOT mm

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