Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 4, 1934 · Page 2
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CQttNTt APVAKCB. AtftOKA. IOWA Overcoat Sale at Wholesale Prices Until 50 are Sold i Former Kossuth H. D. A. Is Now on Farm in California TELLS LAKOTA F, B, LEADER OF IOWA VISIT Lakota, Jan. 2—Mra. J. H. Warburton lately had a letter from Mrs. Claud Weasel, former Kossuth homo dommonstratlon agent, who wrote that she and her husband have a small place of their own near Marysvllle, Calif., She hod recently returned from two months with her patents in Iowa, and she expressed the wish that she could have visited Kossuth county, adding that she and Mr. Wessel hoped to comoj here when next they return to Iowa. TIMES AS WELL AS CORNPICKERS TEAR PANTS OFF FARMER Entire stock of Overcoats ON SALE Nearly all sizes. Not an old style. Buy one now. Half the season's wear and all the profits. M1SBACH CLOTHING CO. Son for the WUIard Bells— A son was born to the Rev. and Mrs. Wlllard Bell, Oto, December 20 and has been named William David. Wlllard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Bell, formerly near lAkota, now near Zeariner, Story county. He was graduated from the. Lakota high school, then spent two years In a Kentucky college, later being graduated from Mornlng'side college. This is his second year as pastor of an Oto church. Mrs. Bell was a California girl whom Willard met when both attended college at Wilmington, Ky. Pre-Clirislmos Club Meeting— Mrs. Vora Williams was hostess <to the Acorn club Thursday, Dec- i ember 21, ID members attending. Program: Christ Child in Music Mrs. Elaine Johnson; in Art, Mrs Elizabeth Johnson; in Literature Mrs. Jennie G-utknecht; Christmas Carols, Mrs. Elaine Johnson at pi' ano. Canadian is Visitor Here— Edward Gutknecht, of Canada, arrived Christmas day for two months with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Gutknecht. He said the weather in Canada was moderate when he left, but that it was extremely cold coming- through North Dakota and there was some snow. Dorothy Koppen Has Operation- Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Koppen, east of town, was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital Saturday, December 23, and an operation for acute apppendlcitis was performed by Doctor Williams. She is 19. THE LOW COST OF UP-KEEP Every time clothes are dry - cleaned their freshness. and color are renewed. In this way, the upkeep of your wardrobe is mall, whereas neglect causes .things to wear out sooner, forcing needless extravagance. MODERN DRY CLEAKEKS A Specialized Insurance Service" —THE— ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY C. R. La Barre Low Rates-Quick Claim Settlements Surety Bonds - Loans - Investments Phone 55 1st Door North of Iowa State Bank Watclmight Service is Held— A "Watch night service was held New Year's Eve at the Presbyterian and Methodist churches. Other Lnkota News. William Noble,, Baraboo, Wis., arrived a week ago Friday to spend Christmas with relatives here, at Armstrong, and Swea City, leaving for Minneapolis last week Tuesday Mrs. J. H. Warburton is his sister. Mr. Noble once ran a meat market where the Richardson store at Algona is now located. The R. E. Hamquist left last week Saturday via automobile for Minneapolis to spend Christmas with relatives. Mr. Hamquist planned to go on to Three Rivers, Wis., for a short visit with his parents. His father has been bedfast for some months. Mr. Hamciuist is a teacher here. The Rev. and Mrs. F. Johnson went to Kanawha, last week Monday Cor Christmas dinner with the foi-mer's sister, Mrs. Gorton, and next clay went to Knoxville to spend the rest of the holidays with Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Pringle. They were to return January 2. Mrs. Andrew Jensen and Mrs. Er•nest Wortman drove to Rochester recently to visit their mother Mrs. C. K. Rippentrop, who is recovering from a major operation. Raymond, son of Mr and Mrs. Henry 'Patterson, east of town, came home a week ago Saturday ' from Sioux City where he attends Morningside collegre. Mrs. N. 13. Noble spent the holidays with her daughter, Mrs. F. G. Torino, near Armstrong. South Cresco Mrs. B. H. Potter went to her daughter, Mrs. Allvin Nelson's at Ringsted last week Wednesday, and next day a daughter was born to the Nelsons, but the child lived only a short time. The Claytons returned last week Tuesday from three days with Mr. and Mrs. .Robert Stiles, Charles City. Mrs. Stiles is the former Rachel Clayton. Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Foote, of Hastings, Neb., Mrs. Cora Virgin, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Worster, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. John Simon Jr. were guests Christmas day at G. C. Stewart's. Clifford Worster, Still college of osteopathy student at Des Moines, spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Worster. Charles Lindhorst, Armstrong, spent the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lindhorst. Mr. and .Mrs. William Runchey's son Lyle and Doris Remster, Morningside college, were here from a week ago Saturday till last week Tuesday, but spent last week Monday at the John Ulfers home, north of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Fernley Runohey and Dolph Miller were among guests last week Monday of the Grosenbachs ait Sexton. Mildred Clayton, Mason City, was here a week ago Sunday. The C C. Gardners, Bancroft, spent last week Sunday and Monday at L A •Potter's. The Ray Miners, Storm Lake, spent Christmas eve with Mrs L. E. Potter, Mrs. Miner's mother, going home the following afternoon. More than 60 persons attended an M. & D. Christmas party at Mr. and Mrs. William iRunohey's. Miss Dorothy Knutson and her pupils gave a program, and gifts were ex- ctianged. Mary Runchey's 13th birthday was celebrated upstairs l>y the children, Mrs. A. E. Clayton serving lunch. The next club meeting will he held at Mrs. L A Olson's. •w.., tCranks Car in Gear. alhs isTii 6 ' * an ' 2 ~ Herman it'wa g ' ' He cranked . the car'-while pushed him aganiat tie gastaut!" 1 [Whittemore Champion.] The .Champion is in .receipt of several copies of the Blue Earth (Minn.) Post, in which a column called "It (Appears to Us" is written each week for Albert Elsie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Eisle. Recently he noticed an article in the Kossuth County Advance, and made the following comment: "The Kossuth County (Iowa) Advance has this news heading, 'Corn iPicker Tears Pants Off Farmer.' Well, what of the hand-husker who works in down and lodged corn? His overalls usually look as though his creditors had chased him across all the barb-wire fences <of thei county, and his shirt has so many holes in it that his head hardly ever comes through the right one of them in the morn* ing. Hand-husking will tear the pants off a farmer the same 'as a machine will, except that the process is slower «nd not BO violent." Mr. Eisle, though farming, has always been more or less interested En writing,/we |are told, and perusal of his column convinces one that he can do ian exceptionally good job of it. WHITTEMORE COUPLE WED DECEMBER 27 Whittemore, Jan, 2—A pretty wedding was solemnized last week Wednesday morning, when Geneva Walters, only daughter of Mrs. Helen Walters, was married to Earl Elbert, son of the Peter El- foerts. The ceremony was performed at St. Michael's Catholic church, with Father Hyland saying nuptial mass. The bride was dressed in a light [navy blue transparent velvet gown, with white velvet acessories, and carried an arm (bouquet of talis- [man roses and baby breath. Mrs. 'Leo Walters, sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor, and wore a gown of blue crepe with white accessories, and carried a bouquet of pink carnations and bronze snapdragons. 'Leo Walters, brother of the bride, was best man. The men wore dark suits. Following the ceremony a three-course wedding ibreakfast was served at the home of the bride. The bride was graduated from <$rove, nee Dora Hoffmann,' drove to Bowdtle, 43. D.» to attend funeral services for the latter'* father Adam Hoffman. J. U. Elbert is a brother-inlaw of Mr. {Hoffman. iRuth Balgeman, Sheffield teacher, spent 'Christmas with her parents, Supervisor and Mrs. F. J. fialgeman. Esther Behnke, who works at Algona, spent last week Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, R. A. Behnke. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer and Mrs. Louise Nissen drove to Renwick Monday to attend the wedding of Mrs. Meyer's nephew and Mrs. Nissen's grandchild, a son of Mr. and Mra. William Nissen. Mrs. Alice R. Cairy entertained at a four course dinner at 6:30 last week Wednesday evening. Guests were the Leo Swansons, the H. E. Woodwards, the John Uhlen- hakes, the Carl Hansens, and the Ray Olivers. The J. £E. Walkers, Lillian Heidenwith, and the A. C. BJuetroms were Christmas dinner .guests at R. O. BJustrom's, Algona, and other guests were the Carl Walkers, Algona. The Julius Baas and Peter Kollasch families, of Burt, spent Saturday with the women's parents, the Fred l*hmanns. Mr. ILehmann Dolliver, week wii Meines. «t Week Tuesday «Tehi Meyer won. high, boro- with low, Bllaworth Hei* e travel prize. Mm George Dalke, of e latter a daughter of Velrs, and iffle (LAwfehce roily* were' Christmas tfike Weir's. «er, student nurse at itat, Dea Moines, accom- and Mrs. Leo iBsser, otn«s, here for the holi- iert Esser's. Wf a. George Mergen and eturned to their home a last week after spend- iveeka with local rela- nends. ur Calmer and children, pent a few days last her parents, the John r. Calmer came down them. t reyer, of Lotto Creek, «X it.— »„.. _«_ . bert, Algona, The James Oeelans and Roaelia tiiggiiri'.wert Sunday guests of the former's parents, the Nick Geelana Ruthren, , ' Frank Behnke, Lutheran teachw a* Webster City, spent the holidays with his parents, the Albert Behnkes. -;, . Mr.^d Mrs. Elmer Jensen, Mason Oity, spent Christma« with the tetter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. it H. Finnell. The Ray W. Olivers went to Mason city for Christmas with Mrs. Oder's parents, Mr. and Mfs. The Stephen Coles, Cedar falls. were Ohriatmas guests of Mrs Co e'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. j. s Cullen. , . Jerome Rooney, of Cameron, Mo., visited relative* and friends m- and around Whittemore last week. • .• • ' Mt*fl. /*!a+Ytoi*f •%<% st_i_.» u • INTENSE COLD HURTS PARTY AT BANCROFT Bancroft, Jan. 2—Attendance at a card party given by the Young Ladies' Sodality at St. John's hall last week Tuesday evening was not large because of cold weather. This was the first of a.series. Cards were played at 22 tables and high scores at '500 Were won by Mrs. N. B. Schiltz and Jos Rahe, Ela Carolin and N. J. Schiltz low. The ligh scores in bridge were won by Frances Berens and A. H. Foth, Peter Kramer and Mrs. A. w Kennely low. There will be another party next Sunday night. Students and Teachers Home- Students who spent the holidays vith the home folks were: Francis Lonergan, Evans Carmean, Des Moines; Arthur Welp, Tom Murphy Iowa City; Gladys Stebritz, Mason City; Eileen Walsh, Antonette Hart Edmund Ford, Sioux City; Emmet Devme , Ames; Elise and Cevilla "aylor, LeMars. Florian Stork, assis- ant chemistry instructor in Columbia college, Dubuque, spent the vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Anton Stork. Margaret Han- «m, domestic science teacher at New Sharon, Evelyn Belirman, who teaches at the Lone Rock, school and Reglna Berens and Marjodie Sherman, and Helen Bryden, Buffalo Center teacher was also here. "lassmnles Are Pall Bearers— The death of Mr. and Mrs. D E -.ynch's daughter Kathleen ' St' John's freshman, is elswhere reported. Six classmates who served as pall bearers were Helen Droessler Eliza, Lattimer, Maureen Wolfe Mary e Devine, Helen Mescher, and Viola Hutchinson. Other high school pupils marched to the church in a jody. Kathleen's five brothers are John, Wayne, Robert, Paul and Dennis, and there is one sister Ellabeth. Jos. Sandschuite was her grandfather, and Leone Sandschuite vnd Mrs. Thos. Garry her aunts. Huth Adolphson to Teach— Ruth Adolphson who was a mis- lonary near Gheen, Minn., has come home and will teach the rural school three miles west of Bancroft which Mable Howe, now teaching a t Adolphson Lone Hock, had. jriss i Wa V'-aduated rrom Wheaton college, Wheaton 111. three jo, is the only Adolphson. years of Mrs. C. Hiirh School Defeats Tltonkn— fho high school basket ball team on Presentation academy, and has been teaching in Lotts Creek township schools and expects to finish this term of teaching. Earl Elbert is a son of the Peter Egberts, northeast of town. •After March 1 the couple will move to their farm in (Lotts 1 Creek township which they purchased last summer. Out of town relatives who attended the wedding were the Leo El- *erts, sons Jerry and Dean, of Garner; the Louis Elberts, of Em- metslburg; the George (Elberte, Algona; and the Bert Fuchsens, West Bend. Entertains 40 at Party— Eldora Dau entertained 40 young folks ait her mother Mrs. Anna Dau's, south of town, last Thursday evening. The evening was started with a movie star contest won by Herman Behnke, and 500 was played at eight tables, after which a few more contests were played. Lunch was served and prizes awarded to Herbert Vaudt, 'high, and Lester Baas, low, Bertha Vaudt, high, and Matilda Vaudt low. Bertha Vaudt also won a contest and Matilda Vaudt low. A prize for best costume and manner was Won by Herbert Zumach. Cavanaugh Gives Dolls Away— - A doll contest at the Cavanaugh drug store closed Christmas eve, and 15 girls wJio received dolls were Emeline Alig, Ruth Ann Mueller, Mary Dean Braatz, Alice Zu- aiach, Helen Butler, Catherine Therese Kollasch, Margaret Barber, Lois Kelly, Mary Winkle, Phyllis Eischeid, Marion Haag, Joan Balgeman, Marjorie M. ELbert, Gervase Fandel, and Alma Genevieve Cairy. Surprise for Harry Balgeman— A numlber oif .friends gathered Friday at Geo. Balgeman's to surprise Harry Balgeman, a brother of George's, on his birthday. A social evening was enjoyed and lunch was served. Out-of-town guests were Viola Heller and Esther Belinke, of Algona. locals Lose to Lu Verne— The Lu Verne B. B. teams defeated the local Academy teams one evening last week. The girls' score was 27-23; the boys' score, 19-17. The same evening the public school teams played at Lone Rock, and the local girls won, 29-17, but the boys lost, 43-15. Two Bridge Parties Given- Relatives gathered last week Wednesday evening at George Meyr's for 500. Prizes were won by Arthur Heidenwith, high, Herbert Potratz, low, for men; Mrs. George Schultz, high, Mrs. Herman Meyer, low, for women; Herman Voight. travel. Former Resident is Married- Mrs, isabelle Marshall, of Whiting, formerly Isabelle Weir, of here, was married Saiturday at Emmetsburg to Lawrence Brenden, of Sloan. After March 1 they will be at home on the .bridegroom's farm near Sloan. has not been in the best of health for some time. •Lucille Reimers, Ames college, and Ava Simpson, IParkersburg teacher, visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Reimers, last week. Mrs. Ueimers and Ava are sisters. The Geroge Schroeder family and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Schroeder, all of Burt, were Sunday guests at Ralph Bartlett's. Mrs. Bartlett is a daughter of the J XL. Schroeders. The Peter Schumachers entertained Mr. and Mrs. iLeo Rogers, of Spencer, at dinner Saturday. Mr Rogers-is a field representative of the Mid-Continent Oil company The Bert iShellmyers spent Christmas with the latter's father. Mr. Mikes, at West Bend. The Tom Carmodys visited their son Edmund Carmody, Graettinger Relatives played 500 at Herman _. market, fell Friday and .broke her ankle while she was walking to the store. 'Sisters M. Claire and M. Ernestine spent a few days at Chicago over the Christmas vacation, and en route home stopped at iDubuque and Elkader. Gertrude Farrell, student nurse at St. Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Farrell were guests of the Frank Kartells during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Frost, of Missouri, spent the holidays with the former's parents, the H. E. Frosts Entertains at Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Earl Elbert left the same day on a short honeymoon trip to Ces Moines and other points in southern Iowa. Mrs. Tom Weir and her daughters have returned from Whiting, where they spent a week with Mrs. Isabel Marshall. Rosella Voight returned to Hamilton college Monday after two weeks with her parents, the Herman Voights. The Ralph Fandels were Christmas dinner guests of Mrs. Fandel's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore El- 0. The local seconds the local )-S. The score Dinner-Bridge Party Given— •a 4, Bancroft Mr. anrl Mrs T.on ic,,ro« D «- , their first onda. this seson to the TJtonka Other Bancroft News. i T,K LI ° yd > the Herbert Thels family B. Textors, ' v ' several days last week Gossett, Chaplin, and - ana Herbert is a son rs. Mr. and Mrs. A . j. Berens, Chlca, her niece A r Ann Brown, all S rIStma " Wlth Bcrons. Dr. and Mrs. L. W and Emily W elp, all O f Wat- Welp Sr. |,, Chk'a- last Thursday, after a week wlt>i h» mother, Mrs. Peter Becker, and his stater. Mrs. A . H . Foth. His t?s- <-er Margaret.... ai so Chicago ' and John j and Mr - and Elie SsS-ff^K Mrs. Charles Skilling, Wtadom Mr. and Mrs. Leo Swanson entertained at 6:30 dinner Sunday even- ig. After dinner bridge was played at five tables.Mrs. Carl Hansen and Ralph Bartlett winning high, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver a travel prize. Irene Heller Heads Freshinenr- The H. S. freshmen recently elected Irene Heller president; Leona Nass, vice; and Maynard Roeber, secretary-treasurer. Birthday is Observed— A few relatives surprised W. M. Rusch Sr., last week on Iris 77th birthday. Cards were played and lunch served. Other Whittemore News Edmund O'Brien and his sister Lucille went to Iowa City for Christmas with their sister. Mary Alma O'Brien, and Editor Burdine, ; his wife, and daughter Betty accompanied them as far as Montezuma to visit relatives. Lloyd Bath, 1 who attends the state university/ spent the holidays with his mother i Mrs. s. Rath. "Lester Quinn, who attends college at Iowa Falls, spent Christmas with his father, Curtis Quinn. ; The Carl Hansens spent last ' week Sunday and Christmas with Mrs. Hansen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. j. Gude, Des Moines, and on the way down were accompan-. led as far as Ames by Mr. and Mrs. S rW11 V Kuecker ' who visite d with Mrs. Kuecker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sunding. i •Patricia Weir has returned from Wayne ,Neb, where 6 he cared fro her nephew Gene Littleton, W ho recently had an appendicitis oper- 1 -+,«n Wlola Ba i gemani R Ni> ^ from Algona, where she «,„ i «i"', s ' Jolin M °Guire and r la TT te ^ s baby daughter Jean. J. U. Elbert. •WhUtcm™.^ „ and daughter Marjorie, of West .Bend, spent New Year's day at J. 8. Cullen s. •Dorothy, daughter of the Arthur Heidenwiths, spent a few days last week at her cousin Alfred Bruhn's Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Brien spent Monday with Mrs. O'Brlen'a parents, the Berens at Bancroft. A girl was born to the Jim Bi- seniuses one day last week. They ^. have * our Birla a 1 " 1 <"»e 'boy. . The Herman Voights were Sunday guests of the former's sister. Mrs. Arthur Matthews, of Rolfe There were programs a week ago by the public schools. The hieh school pupils exchanged gifts. Paul Hahn, Moline, 111., visited during the holidays with his .parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Hahn |R. Rehmer, of Penton, Lutheran teacher, visited a few daya last week at Albert 'Behnke's. Luella, daughter of the Herman' Vaudts, was home from Cedar Ran- ids for the holidays. The John Uhlenhake family spent Christmas with Mr. Uhlenhake's mother at Wesley. William Heller returned last week Tuesday to Bunch, where he is in the C. C. C. Mrs. EHbert, Whittemore, Dara Pettcocfc, ctf NOTICE-Our quantities on all items advertised are limited. The purpose of this sale is to close out our stock. We hare added no ne,v merchandisfnTwHl LOW DVB SALE! *" "" ^^ ™ •*" " -«*"*•. •**} 5 - COTTON Big fluffy bleached cotton, bats SHEET WADDING 36x36 at ORGANDIE FRILLING All colors and a variety of patterns, per yard Big One-half Pound CHOCOLATE BAR Rich, creamy chocolate "chock full" of roasted nuts. Satisfy that sweet tooth! 9c HARDWATEB SOAP 2 BARS Contains purest palm and vegetable oils! Big 3-oz. size! 9c New White SOAP DISHES For your bathtub or wall! Electrically welded wire. Three coats of enamel _ Enameled Toilet PAPER HOLDER One of a house full of bargains awaiting you! Baked-on green enamel! ___ 8-Oz. Household LIQUID POLISH Brighten up your home Nvith "Snow Bird"! For fine furniture and woodwork! Renew With This POLISHING WAX Choice of "Snow Bird" Wax Paste or Liquid Polish for autos, Q-. furniture, floors _ 5JC Ladles' Fancy HANKIES, 4 FOR Sheer white lawn in the loveliest patterns. Color embroidery, woven borders, prints! __ 9c SATURDAY SPECIAL On Sale at 2 O'clock Kotex 90 One box to a customer MIX YOUR OWJV WAVE LOTION! iSpecial "Woldroot" envelope makes full .pint—2% times quanity you buy liquid, 2 f FRICTION TAPE UNDER Ic YD. 'Big, 30-ft. roll in cellophane wrapper! Heavy adhesive coating always fresh! CLOTHES PINS Selected quality hard-wood pins, Q n 12a for ZZC Infants' Crepe SILK HOODS Values to 59c, O Q your choice 4U*9C SCHOOL TABLETS Rough news paper -I f\ or smdoth, 3 for __. J. (/ C 8O708 INVINSIBLE J6-IN. SANITARY BELTS—iFlesh color rayon overshot elastic band—comfortable A A width! In cellophane «FV HAIR-TESTED RAZOR BLADES! Your choice of 3 twin-edge blades (Gillette type)—or 4 blades for ,'Gem" type razor Attach a Pair of Rubber Heels Take ithe jolts out of every step! Fresh, live rubber heels— A A tough, durable! «fv EASY-WORKING EGG BEATERS Gears fitted to prevent slipping! Wood handle shaped to fit A A hand! 4 toeater blades '19\* 5.YD, HANK OF WHITE ELASTIC Choice of mercerized or pink rayon! Heavy, long-stretch QA rubber—boilproof! _ T lf\f 86 TEMPERED "BOBBIE" PINS Tempered spring wire— ibrown or black finish 8 YDS. BIAS TAPE AND THREAD Most every color of the rainbow in this group! 50 yds. mercerized thread to match NOTEBOOK FILLER—120 SHEETS A bargain of bargains! 8x10% in. bond paper—marginal ruled! A A 2 60-sheet pkgs. _ ffv House Dresses AH dresses out at 89c The value is here on these, CHOCOLATE DROPS Soft creamy centers in three flavors Fibre WINDOW SHADES Tan and green, plain and dec- oratedr 80 Embossed PAPER NAPKINS Serve bridge or luncheon guests with these dainty quarter-fold nap- ft_ kins! White 9C Men's Lawn HANDKERCHIEFS Buy plenty at this price! Big, man-sized kind 17x17 inches! ft^ Soft, fine count!_ %f C Fall-Size-Tin SHINOLA POLISH Keep your shoes well- shined—4hey last longer! Put "Shinola" |%^ on your 9c list! %JC TOOTH BRUSH or PASTE, EACH Live, improved shape bristles in asst. color handles. "Listerine" tooth paste _ IMPORTED BRIAR PIPES, VHOICE Hundreds good smokes for you for 9c! Genuine Italian briar— won't burn out! _ Big Variety of COSTUME JEWELRY RINGS—Finely cut novelty stones! Chokers, buckles, brooches, ear buttons COTTON HOSE FOR CHILDREN, PAIR Snug-fitting knit! Neat 7x1 rib, fine gauge, seamless! Nude 4 *• _ beige and camel I DC Children's ERSEY BLOOME CHlLDJtK.VS JERSEY BLOOMERS, * ~ Sizes 2 to 8 , JL O C UNDERWEAR •Ladies', boys', girls'. Good weights and quality 5-FOOT CORD SETOR LIGHT SOCKET Cord sets like these are cheap at 25c — AT SBNSATJONAL! Bakelite plug and " h ' s time to "Place o sock, ™« • e 5 ouse with these ones. Cnmped shells lock fast"! brass ""*"* 9c Infants' flanned ware, Gertrudes, kimpn, as, gowns, in soft Amokeag flannel, choice at and CUMMINGS

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