Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 29, 1934 · Page 2
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) ijj'i 1 JPAQB TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, IOWA' FOR SERVICE Cleaning Is Our Business — You can't avoid getting your clothes sloppy once in a while—but don't let it get you. Our rapid, modern dry cleaning methods assure good-as- new results. Modern Dry Cleaners THOSE 537 See the big new line of Armstrong Rugs and Yard Goods now ou display, all priced to sell at catalog prices. Our Latest Addition When we are convinced that a thing is good, that it will make more satisfied customers for this store, and that it is needed to make our service to the community more complete, we have added that line. This in the past has caused us to add such lines as Mohawk llugs, Armstrong's Linoleums, Kroeliler Living Room Furniture, Spring Air Mattresses, Norge Electric Refrigerators, and dozens of other nationally known Now comes The American Varnish Company's line, a line with 51 years of service to the users of paints and varnishes for all purposes, with a quality article to offer at a price that will save you money. We are now making a complete showing of this line, and have built in a special department for it. When painting up this spring it will pay you well to know about this quality line at a price that is right. Richardson Furniture Co. Where Furniture Sells For Less 'Common sense is the thing-we need in the world today. Common sense is the big tiling in any line o£ endeavor. I wish' I had more of it. 1 wish. I had a,3 much of it twenty years ago as I have now, and looking back I find that forty years ago I did not have any of it at all. I have sold enough goods in Kossuth county in the last forty years to be rich but I am not even well to do. I have built up a nice business, and if I had good sense I would have made some money while I was doing it. Hard work and honesty will build up any business. Education without common sense is a detriment to anyone. The person without either education or common sense knows he is a fool and tlio fellow with education and without common sense is a fool hut does not know it. A person 'possessed of good common sense would K does Sot^ '"' * ^^^ ^ ° f My klnd ' It takes some sense, a lot of hard work, diplomacy, and grit to run a store and make enough money to pay all the different kinds of taxes A httle common sense, a medical education, and ibeiner a good guesser i s all that a doctor requires" A few years ago the Bankers were a wild bunch, but I am sure they are using good judgment now, for they refused to lend me enough money to 'buy another building with. The doctor's mistakes are buried, ibut if the shoe man makes a mistake fitting a pair of shoes it causes a >bui?ion, and everybody hears about it. Proper fitting is half the battle in the shoe game. I would fire a clerk for giving anyone a nnis-fit. I carry an immense stock in all kinds, all sizes and from the very narrowest to the widest there is made, so thei'a is HQ excuse for anyone getting a, mis-fitted pair of shoes, W« even carry mm.;- ^ slloes {n B-C> and up lo JOUR You can get anything you want in shoes at Neville's. Ladies' ties and pumps from $1.00 to $3.50 ft flair. Men's shoes from $1.49 up to the finest and 'best there is made in the United States. Children's oxfords and strapes, all sizes, 79c, 98c, $1.25, and $1.98 You get good shoes, low prices, and sure of a fit. Help the store that is doing all they can to help you. Jimmie Neville The Shoe Man Algona, la. Haynes Family Returns From Illinois LIVING AGAIN ON OWN FARM NEAR ALGONA Irving-ton. Mar. 27—Mr. and Mrs. Klu-.er Uuyu<w. IVorla. III. and Mrs. Air-swvrnh Fcwv«.U and her daugh- :or l.t-s^io arrivtxl ftt O. L. Miller's list \vwk Tuesday. Mr. mid Mi's. Ui'.ytH-s svhi% tuu.1 IMWMX living at Peo- »wml years, were en route to farm wtt»t of Algona, where Vim to live again, and spent Tuesday night with tho Millers be- cVtv siuns i>« tl> their farm to set- tlo their household goods, which hiid arrived previously. During his retirement from the farm Mr. Haynes ollowed his profession of land- is. Mr. and All's. Haynes made he trip as far as Luana by train, nd thence came with Mrs. 'Powell iy auto to Irvington. Mrs. Powell ikl Mrs. Haynes ore sisters. Mrs. 'nines Reed, Hector, Minn., who, iith 'her husband and daughter Lola, s spending several days with Mrs. Taynes, Is another sister, and the Jiree women ore daughters of the ate diaries Rist, Algona. Tho Hay- ics farm had been tenanted by the Coehn family, who have moved to Minnesota, ioy's Illness Puzzles Doctors— LeRoy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. ohnson, of tho Sexton neighbor- lood, is critically sick but was re- oi-ted better Monday. A specialist rom Mason City was consulted, nd the report now has it that Letoy is suffering from bacteria in he blood. The sickness was at first bought to bo intestinal flu, and lat.' diagnosed as matta fever. He is nephew of Mrs. Ray Fitch here, .oy Clark, Decorah, uncle of LeRoy, recently visited him, and an xunt Mrs. Southwlclc, Marshalltown, s now spending a few clays ot the ohnson home. SiiRlisIi in Special Services— The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on Jesus as King, using as tils text, Behold Thy King Comeith, ohn 12:15. Services will be held his week Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings at 7. No offer- ngs will be taken. This week Frd- day afternoon at 2 the last of a series of services will be conducted >y Mr. English. At 3 the missionary society will meet, followed by a sup- ier late in the afternoon at the annex. A program is planned. Missionary topics for the month are The Now Americans and Rural Jap- Goo,! Will Club Meets— The Goodwill club recently met with Mrs. Henry Blumer, Mrs. Myer assisting hostess. There was a ;ood attendance. Roll call was answered with household hints, artd the afternoon was spent in guessing ;ames. The entertalnemnt was arranged by Mrs. Jos. Wadleigh and Mrs. Paul Blumer. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Charles Klutz's, Mrs. Henry Blumer and Mrs, Mycr in charge of the program, roll call Father Quinn, of Bancroft, Assigned to Rockwell City Bancroft, Mar. 27—Father Quiinn, his mother Mrs. Bridget Quinn, and his brothers Tom and Charles drove to Rotekwell City Friday, and Father Qirinn remained there, (having been appointed asslsant to Father Okous, who has been sick since mid-Feb- ruary'and on April 4 leaves for Denver, where ho will spend five months. Fahor Quinn will have full charge of the parish. En route homo the Qulnns stopped at Fort Dodge, and Tom Quinn boarded a train for Omaha, where he is employed. Wilbur Fox Baby Dies- Jackie, 11-nnoniths son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Fox, died suddenly Saturday morning at 6:45, and funeral services were held ait St. John's Tuesday morning. Ten days ago ho was critically sick with pneumonia, but later was getting along well. He is survived by his parents, two brothers, his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fox, and his grandfather, Mike Rusit'imlei'. Mrs. Mary Frochle Dies— Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Froehle, 77, were held Monday morning at St. Johin's. The Rev. J. F. schultes sang requiem mass, and burial was made in St. John's cemetery. Mrs. Froehle was found dead In bed Friday morning by the neighbors. She was up town Thursday aflternobn, «nd It-hat evening attended services at St. John's. She lived alone. lolloge Girls lAro Home— Mrs. G. D. Hai-t and Jos Williams vill drive to Sioux Oiity ithis week Tuesday, and next day will return vtth Antoinette Hart and Eileen Walsh who attend Briarcliff col- ego there. The girls are spending .he Easter vacation with their par- jS'ew Assistant Triest Here— Father Sylvester Grady is now assistant priest at St. John's Catholic church -here. His parents live at ji-anville. A welcome was given for Pother Grady at St. John's Hall Monday evening, and pupils of St. John's gave a play. Shower Honors the Ditswortlis— Members of the Baptist church gave a miscellaneous shower ait the Baptist parsonage Friday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Earl DltswontJh, to be answered ipes. ^— Rural Roadsides Martin Jordan, with favorite roc- Improved— carpenter, who moved into the A. L. Rist cottage here last September, is responsible for well kept roadsides in this and other vicinities. Last fall he started at -the Yora Oil station at Algona and worked east on what is known as the timber road to Irvlngton. Today tho roadsides, except one small stretch, are clear of brush. Mr. Jordan has also cleaned up brush on the road west of Irvlngton, and has worked some on roads south. Party Is Given— L. Millers, Mr. and Mrs. who were married the week before. Mrs, Ditsworth was Hazel SanUey. Mrs. Eli/n Slicn is Dead- Mrs, Elista Shea, 82,-died at ]ior home hero Monday evening. Funeral services will bo held at the Baptist church hero and burial made In the Lone Rock cemetery. Mrs. Shea) was an invalid for ten years. Baby Falls, Breaks Bono- Ethel Rtta, 18-moniths daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lumpe, fell last Thursday and broke a bone In ono of her wrists. Other Bancroft News. Monida Umlerkofler and Cletus Deitoring drove to Carroll Sunday to see Callista Elsbecker, R. N., a pa- tlenit ait the hospital there. Mr, and Mrs. Louis Elsbecker, who had been with itheir daughter a week returned Sunday evening with Miss Underkofler and Mr. Deltering. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith, Burt, tnd Collette C. Welp were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Guide. The Smiths returned last week Tuesday from California, where they had spent several months. Mr. and Mrs. Flynn Hunt and Veronica Cowing -spent last week Thursday at St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McGee BshervBle, and the Charles Reapers, Algona, spent Sunday at the Hunit home. Joe Sherman Jr. came Saturday for a week's spring vacation with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sherman. He is a senior high, school fctudent at St. John's Undversdity, Collegeville, Minn. Helen Bryden came Friday from Buffalo Cemiter, where she teaches primary In the public schools, to spend the spring vacation with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs, C. E. Bryden. Elmer Hake, Glasgow, Mont., spent Sunday and Monday with his cousin, Mrs, E. J. Seeney. Mr. and Mrs. Seeney took him to Mankato Monday aftern'oon. The Clem Menkes, Cold Springs, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Elsbecker, and Mrs. F. X. Mescher were dinner guests for Mrs. William Vaske Monday evening. Emmet Devine returned to Ames Monday, after five days vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J A. Devine. Robert Skilling, Mrs. Douglas Riley, and Mrs. K, P, Roney. Rolbert Bordwcil Babe Dies— The Douglas Rileys attended the funeral of an infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bordwell near Livermore, Monday. The child, which lived three weeks, had been in delicate health since birth, Mrs. Riley is a sister of Robert. Good Hope Birthday The O. Haubent Johnson, and _Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Sttltz were gueSts at a birthday .party at Robert Carney's, Algona, one evening last week in honor of Mary Francifi, daughter or Mr and Mrs. Carney, and other guests were Mrs. Cooper, Seneca, Mrs. Car ney's mother, the Elliott and Fred SkiHlngs, the Victor Hertigs, the Wlllard Gregsons, the Charles Har veys, and the Everett Lees, all of Algona. Irviug'ton Honey In Cliicag M. L. Roney recently a-eceiived a latter from Roy Blythe, Chicago in which Roy suid mail clerks there seemed ito be developing a taste fot •honey. Mr. Roney shipped nearlj 100 pounds, and Roy wrote by return mail that the shipment ar rived in fine order ana that nearly half of it was already sold. Eczema Case is Reported— Mrs. Arthur Riley, Lu Verne, formerly Irvington, is having a severe case of eczema, to which she has always been subject. From an unknown cause it has become severely aggravated. In past years a cure has been sought, but none found. Just now she is receiving medical attention at Renwick, Surprise for Mrs. McLean— Mrs. H. T. Sabin, Mrs. Allda Robison, Mrs. Nina Schlchtl, Mrs M L. Roney, and Mrs. K. P. Roney will drive to A. McLean's this week Tuesday, and surprise Mrs. McLean, tho occasion being her birthday. Lunch wdll be served at noon, and Mrs. McLean will be presented with gifts. Easter Party Tills Afternoon— Pauline Black and Norma Raney, teacheiis, are planning ' ah Easter party for the school pupils this Thursday, lunch to be served in the church annex. AssisJng will be Mrs. IRVIXGTOX NEWS Fred Dole is we31 known as ,a carpenter, paper hanger, mechanic, and general handy man but what many do not know is that lie it an expert cabinet maker. In spare time last winter 'he made a chiffonnier and ti magazine stand which show fine workmanshipp. Mr. and Mrs. Dole have lived longer in Irvlngton than anyone now residing there. (Before moving into the old Fred Dole Si-, home where they have since lived, they farmed in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Potter drove to Cherokee on business last week Wednesday. Mrs. Elliott Skilling and Mrs. Jesse Lashbrook, Algona, spent last weok Wednesday with Mrs. John McGulre. Mrs. Lashbrobk and Mrs. McGuiro are sisters. Mrs. J. F. Cook, Algona, spent several days last week with her daughter Mrs. Lewis Schlclvtl. Mrs. Jos. AVilhelmi, Bancroft and her children spent last week Wednesday at Mi-s. Nina Schiclvtl's, and Mrs. Schichtl went home with them for a few days. Mrs. Stephen Loss Jr. is spending a few days wJth her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Peter Halsrud. Mrs. Halsrud is rapidly recovering from a broken leg she suffered ui few weeks ago. Tho Robert Duttons, Algona, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Johnson. The John\ Seh- machers, Bancroft, were Sunday guests nit 'Elmer Dole's. Ralph Lee visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Lee, Webster City, a few days last week. Minnie Seheppman was recently employed at Bert Sankey's. The Howard Shores, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Forbus SMltz hmil their daughter were Sunday guests at Ray Fitch's. The J. T. Lalliefs, near Sexton, and the Edw. Wilkins were recent guests at C. L. (Miner's. Mrs. Charles Sankey, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Schichtl, and Anna Ramus were Sunday guests at Lu Verne. William Rurtiedge has returned to visit his grandson, Robert Spwgeon, and other relatives. He left shortly after the death of his wife last fall, and since then had been alternately with his daughters Mrs. Frank Allen Rockwell, and Mrs. Del Barker and ftnd (Mrs. Sydney Barker, both of Minnesota. Ttetwnng from Algona Monday M. L. Roney picked up two Wisconsin boya who were hitchhiking to California. They said they had made the trip several itimes before, and planned to arrive in time to join the ranks of fruit pickers. Ceward Thornton, who a-ecently underwent an operation for hernia, at the Kossuth hospital, was released Saturday, and the Thorntons ore now visiting relatives at Livermore They plan to visit ait Emmetsburg and Mason City. Ben Potter, who is in poor health, Earl Stelnman was lin bed several days early in the week with the flu. The Gustafsons were guests aA James Knoll's Sunday, and the W I. Dodds family at Claude Seeley's The Good Hope Aid will be ii charge of a demonstration at tflie Nelson hardware, Algona, 'Saturday In addition to the cookies and cbffei usually free'to the public at 'these demonstrations the women will hav on sale an assortment of home bale ing. The L. A. S. met at Mrs. William Treptow'p last Thursday, Mrs. Edw Broesder assisting hostess, 30 mem bers and guests attending. •Fred Plumb Js steadily improving and it is expected he will be able to leave the hospital this week. His illness is due (to aggravation of an in jury suffered a year or more ago in a runaway. It is thought rest and care will result in his complete recovery. Easier will be celebrated at both Lhe Whltitemore and' the Good Hope Methodist churches with services o a special nature at the usual hours Sunday school as usual. In addRioi to an Easter offering for World Ser vice, many of the women will take contributions of fresh egs for the Methodist 'hospital at Sioux City Committees will be at the doors t< take charge oc the eggs. Men at a brotherhood meeting a Good Hope last week Wednesday evening were enthusiasic in recep" tion of an address by D. H. Goeders of the game commission, and or informal discussion following. The topic was tho Twenty-Five Yea conservation plan. Ben Reid is recovering at the Kos suth hospital from a major opera tion which he underwent there Sa.l in-day evening. Enjoy this special blend Fresh from the Gardens'' The Band With a Million Friends OFFICERS FOR TITONKA CLUB ARELECTED Tltonka, March 27 — The Woman's ub met March 15 with Mrs. remont 1'aul. Mrs. Carrie Torger>n was leader, and tho program onaisted oC a book review on 1m- resslons oC South America. Roll ill was answered with suggestions or next year's club gtudy. Officers /ere re-elected: Mrs. A. M. Peteron, preflldent; Mrs. Torgerson ice; Mrs. (Pierre Santor, secretary; Irs. Herman Rachut, treasurer. The aeelUng will bo held «ut the home of trs. Homer Downs, wltih Mrs. H. V. Schoenlein and IMrs. Herman lachut as leaders. Yoman's Club Sleets Tonight— The Woman's club meets with Irs. Theodore Dunmlre this week hiirsday evening and leaders will o Mrs. Heininn Rachut and. Mrs. "!. W. Schoenleln. The lesson will o on the Panama canal, and the oil call will bo answered with can al facts. County Legion I'nvty Planned— T.ho local Legilon post and auxll nry will entertain tho other posts nd units of ithit county at tho Pa.nn- uk coliseum Tuesday, April 10. V program will be given, and there Will bo dancing, cards, and lunch. 'ioln KnclicnrciiMier Is Bride- Viola, second daughter of Mr, and /Irs. Lynn Kuchenreuther, was aarried to Howard Watldns Monay, March 12, at Esthervllle. They vlll live at Jackson, Minn., where Ir. Watkins runs a bakery. nlifornia Visitors Are Leo Orthel and his mother, Mi's. rllnnlo Orthel, Los Angeles, former- y Titonka, arrived by auto Friday o spend tho summer with relatives. 'he Ortliels have been on itho coast our yeai-s. Fever at Iliimpion — Hazel /Budlong- Hampton teacher, ;ame homo last Thursday. The ichoole there -were closed after 27 cases of scarlet fever liad been quarantined. "Urs. George Fo x SleU— Mrs. George Fox, north of town ias been critically siok, and Is bong cared for by Mrs. Fred Wonitz trained nurse, at .the Wentz homo. Boy for LyiHi Kuclicnreutlicrs — A boy was born to Mr. and Mrs Lynn Kuchenreuther last weel Wednesday. He has been named Dan Dwayno. Other Titonka News. Vanco Relbsamen and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Peterson drove ito Minn eapolis for the wco'k-end with rel aitives, and brought to Tttontaa Mrs B. L, Harit, Wllliston, N. D., omfl Shirley Keagle, Minneapolis, for visit ait" Charles Reibsamen's, elouth east of town. Mildren and Harold Krantz, Edit) mao BudJong, Hurlene Craven, Hoi en iBeed, and Arthur Askin were al Algona Sunday afternoon and even ng. Lewis and Vern Bacon, Lorainc Peterson, and Donald Callles wer< Bunt callers that night. The L. D. Prewiitts, Foresit City .vero Sunday afternoon callers a Editor Lee O. Wolfe's. Mrs. Prew itt. whose husband is co-publishe; with his father of the Forest Ciit; Summit, is Mr. Wolfe's eldest daugli ter Lela. Arthur Askin and his mother Mrs. Esther Askin, drove to Des Uoines Saturday, returniing Sundaj n a new Model A coupe. The traded in the old Ford. Tho Legion Auxiliary meets with Mrs. Tom Young next week Tues day, and the Welfare committee wH 'lve a program, after which lunch ill be served. Mesdamcs S. ,T. de Vries and Car rle Torgenson entertained their din ner bridge club at five tables Mon day evening at the do Viiies home William Schram and R. L. Krant shipped stock to Chicago Saturday night and accompanied (the ship tnent. M. S. Craven's drove to Iowa City to go throug] the clinic last week Monday, and re turned last Thursday. Physicians re ported they could find no organ! trouble. Mrs. Frank Miller and Mrs. Edw Willdne drove to Emmetsburg recently to attend a shower Jn hono of a Mrs. Crook, niece of Mrs. Mil ler. Mrs. Grant Jennings was brougih home Sunday, after a few weeks in a Fort Dodge hospital, where sh had an operation for gallstones. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parsons, neai Hurt, are parents of a. girl, born Saturday. They have four sons. The Chris Chase family, north o Center sehoolhouse, recently move* to a farm near Britt. Several Irvington pupils have beei dismissed from school with pinkeye * * * * Al Menke's ORCHESTRA * * * * Tuesday 3rd April Whittemore Academy Hall was operated on son for Doyle, appendlcil'tl one day last week fe up and arounc again. \V. A, S,toutenburg-s, we-st of Curt spent Saturday at their daughter Mrs. Ray Budlong-'s, south of town David Pardunn, Clarion, la spend ing a few dh,ys at L. B. Larson's with Arlo and Harley Larson. C. S. Johnson Specials! 100 Ibs. Stock Salt 59, Iodized Salt, 2 boxes 16c No. 10 Big 3 Cherries ___49c No. 10 Big 3 Peaches 49c No. 10 Syrup 45 ( Coffee, 3 Ibs., only 51c Large Mixing Bowl 19 t Buttermilk Jars _._ 69t 4-ft. Chick Feeders 75 28-in. Buttermilk Feeder 65 12-in. Buttermilk Feeder 15 Barn Paint, 5-gal $4.5 Pig Pans, 12 for $3.7 9x12 Gold Seal Rugs __$6.7£ 5-ft. Step Ladder 93 9c Sale Thursday, Friday, Saturday Wall Paper Cleaner 9 Machine Oil and Can 9 Angel Cake Tins 9 Chair Seats IIIIj) Auto Sponges III~9 Scrub Brushes "9 80 Fancy Napkins -I"" 9t Clothes Line Ropes 9 Curry Combs ___ 19 ..Easter Sale,, Here's How to Save 01 If you're a thrifty shopper you'll recocn!, n economies represented below. We've slash o i e ary prices to make these offerings the most e\ ,.°" lin> nary values just before the sales tax goes OI1 Or(ll< Klcn/o facial Tissue, large size ~ —^ 1 box Jasmine face powder, and one bottlc~i mine perfume, both for s " Hobart's Aspirin Tablets, bottle of 100~II ^ c Charmona Cold Cream, one pound jar _II 2fl " Dr. Hall Borated Talcum, one pound ~~ Slater's Antiseptic, full quart Price's Epsom Salt, one pound Haskell's Milk Magnesia, full pint. ' Colgate's Tooth Paste Parsten's Tooth Paste, 13c or 2 for lie 27c I9o 25c Dr. West's Tooth Paste Dr. West Tooth Brushes Le Glair's Cocoanut Oil Shampoo, full pint Mascals Almond Lotion, full pint 29c 49c Master's Cod Liver Oil, pint 49c, quart _. Lamson's Mineral Oil, full pint Grayson Russian Mineral Oil __ 60c Hygenol Hair Oil -29c -39c Kord's Eubbing Alcohol, full pint _... Free Saturday Only For each child 12 or tinder who comes to our store we will giro ONE CHOCOLATE EASTER BUNNY Come on, boys and girls! K. D. James ALGONA, IOWA GUT RATE GROCERY Anniversary Sale Goes On. Every day our store is crowded with hundreds of thrifty shoppers who are taking advantage of our extremely low prices. These Are Just a JFew of Our Outstanding Bargains, Jell Powder, 7 pkgs. _____ 25c Corn Meal, 5 Ibs. 1 9c Corn Flakes, 3 pkgs. 27c Lye, 01*% 3 cans C, I C Prince Albert, tin lOc Preserves, 2 lb. jar __ 19c Cleanser, 3 cans 10C Matches, 6 boxes . Green Tea, 1-2 lb. 9c Salt, 4 J-2 lOc sacks I UU REMEMBER SATURDAY is your last day in which to purchase without paying additional sales tax. FREE! Saturday only we are serving that delicious Tone's "COFFEE HOUSE" COFFEE with cookies - FREE Saturday flight someone will win the Coaster Wagon "Busiest Little Store in Town" El 50 CENTS SPECIAL EASTER SUNDAY DINNER State's Cafe RELISH Crisp Celery Hearts Rose Radishes Fruit Cocktail Supreme or Consomme a la Neopolitan Fish Baked Halibut Steak, Maitre d'Hotel ROASTS AND ENTREES Roast Young Turkey, Cranberry Sauce Baked Young Capon, Sage Dressing Smothered Chicken, Southern Style Roast Leg of Easter Lamb.-Mint Jelly Filler of Mignon, Fresh Mushroom Sauce Roast Prime Ribs of Baby Beef, au jus Roast Loin of Pork, Spiced Apples Snow Flaked Potatoes Parjsienne Potatoes Easter Nest Salad, De Luxe *resh Asparagus in Cream Clover Leaf R°l ls DESSERT Fresh Strawberry Shortcake, Whipped Cream Silver Cream Pie Chocolate Parfait vanilla, Chocolate or Walnut'Ice Cream DRINKS Coffee Pot Tea Buttermilk Milk Cocoa

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