Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1934 · Page 2
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TWO KOS9TJTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA Ruby Koepke, Irvington Girl, Becomes Early June Bride WEDS WILFORD GOLEMAN, LU VERNE YOUTH Irvington, June 12—Ruby Koep- J ice and Wiltortl Colemun wore married at the Frank Ditsworth {home last Thursday evening at 6:30. Mrs. John Ditsworth played the •wedding march as the couple, accompanied by Effie Egel and Ev- •erett Van Steinberg, came down the stairs and took their places Under a huge white bell under •which Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dits— worth and Mr. and Mrs. John Dits- iworth 'had been married. Pink and white streamers extended from the '(bell to either side of the room. Before the ceremony, performed by the Rev. A. English, Mrs. John Ditsworth sang, I Love You Truly. The bride was dressed in white silk, and wore a shoulder bouquet of pink and white roses. The bridesmaid wore a rose colored silk dress with white accessories, and wore pink and white roses. The bridegroom and Mr Van Steinberg wore rose boutonnieres. Witnessing the ceremony besides Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ditsworth and tihe Rev. Mr. English were -Mr?. Thomas Coleman, mother of the bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. John Bitsworth, Jake Maasdam and son Arthur, and Mrs. AHan Burbank •Who is keeping house at the Maasdam home. After the ceremony •dinner was served by 'Mrs. John Ditsworth and Mrs. Burbank at a table centered with pink and white roses. Place cards were ihandma:le and also carried out the pink and white color scheme. The bride hai made toer home with her uncic and aunt, Mr and Mrs. Frank Ditswoith, since the- death of her motbev 12 years ago. She was graduated from the Algo- aa ligh school a year ago with a teacher's certificate, and has since 3>een at the Ditsworth 'home. The bridegroom is the fourth teon of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cole- snan, of near Lu Verne, formerly of -this vicinity. Both young people toave been active in the social life foere. They will give a wedding dance at the I. 0. 0. F. hall, at Algona, next week Thursday evening. They will make their home; the bridegroom's 'parents till Good Hope News inext spring, when they .plan to .start farming for 'themselves. B«T. Leo Dudley in Visit— The Rev. Leo Dudley and son Wallace, Goodland, Kan., called ^Saturday evening at the Morris Parsons home here and visited -Edith Reed, Algona. They spent Saturday night with Mrs. Rachel Shackelford, Algona, and left Sun-< flay morning on another lap of Itheir journey to Massachusetts, ;where Mr. Dudley will remain for Several months with relatives, re- woperating from a nervous break- flown. Wallace, who was graduated from tihe Kansas state agricultural college early in June, will 4*turn to Goodland, where Ihe has •a, position for the summer. Mr. 3>ndley brought the body of his "Wile here for burial late .last sum- *ner. The late Mrs. Dudley was Cora Reed, Algona, sister of Edith. 3Reed, who makes (her home with Sir. and Mrs. M. J. Jones, Algona. The Rev. Mr. Dudley has been in Tailing health since the death of Jus wife, and recently spent several days in a hospital. He bc-pesl -*o be able to continue his ministerial work in Goodland early in -September. •Pension Increase Granted— Ross Robison Spanish Ameri- TC*H war veteran, writes that his pension, decreased some time ago, «AS now been raised till it is 75 per cent of tihe former amount. We has received word that before toe receives another check he must P«nd in the date of his leaving America and landing in .tihe Phil- *ppmee. Ross lived .with his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Robison, on -Wieir farm, known as the iButter- *«ld farm, at the time of his en- fcsfcnent. The late Carl Setchell, TOI Algona, left Algona for .tihe Philippines at the same time. Ger- mldane, youngest child of the Ross' -ittobisons was graduated from "high .school early this month. Florence Black in Colorado— „. Kr, and. Mrs, James Black received a letter from theii* second Daughter, Florence, 23, who left •e last week Thursday by bus Tort Collins, Colo., She had ar- after enjoying the trip. She to find >w>rk in Fort Collins pr travel on westward. Florence -fcas been teaching .for several JWU-a in this vicinity, but decided «u a change of work and climate. '<5Jie had no special place in mind *ut decided on Fort Collins after studying a map. She is traveling •alone and if suitable work .presents will remain indefinitely. Two Boys and Girl Born— A boy was born to Mr. and John Reid has entered the Mayo (hospital, Rochester, for clinical examination and treatment. He was accompanied by 'Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reid. 'Erna Madson, Eagle Grove, visited from .Saturday till Tuesday at the Good Hope parsonage. A 6-lb. girl, Betty Jean, wag born to the Keneth Rutledges early (Monday morning. The Ben Knolls are here from Sata Ana, Calif., for an extended visit with the home folks, otiheri relatives, and old friends. The Ed iBroesderg were dinner guests of the George Broesders* Sunday. Arthur, son of the Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell, Burt, formerly of tihe Good Hope parsonage, returned from Morningside college Saturday. An interesting: item we failed to mention in connection with the Dittmer re-union at Albert Lea a •week ago was that Mario Cappeli, opera singer who has delighted many of our people with his singing at Methodist gatherings at Algona, was present, with District Supt. Eugene Hickman, and gave an hour of singing. Mrs. Lyle Morris arrived Tues* day from Northport, Long Island, for the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. 'Dittmer. The P. B. Shaeffers Laramie, Wyo., are here to visdt the Charles Rutledges. Mrs. SJiaeffer is the youngest sister of Mrs. Rutledge. They drove here and report crop conditions much better in Iowa ihan in any other section. Practice for Children's day isi going forward. It will not be possible to observe the day on June 17, a had been planned. A group of church women h given the church a thorough; cleaning, having dug,out soil our spring dust storms deposited. •Mrs. Kate Anni and Beth Annis have arrived from Miles City, Mont., accompanied by Mrs. Sarah McKay, Brookings, S. D., an old! friend of Mrs. C. L. Dittmer. They spent the afternoon at the Dittmer iliome, and that evening Mrs. McKay took the -train for Deleware county for an extended visit among relatives. The Annises went on to the Don Moore's, near St. Benedict, where they will spend most of the summer. 'Mrs. Kate Denhert-Ventz, Wisconsin, daughter of the former Mike Denhert, Fenton, wasi a recent caller on Mrs. William Trep- Itow, with whom she boarded years) ago while teaching. . •Sins. Frank Erdman a week ago Monday. Mr .and Mrs. Earl Miller »re parents of a boy born last Saturday night. A daughter wag Jborn to Mr. and Mrs, Win Eich, of 6t. Benedict, a week ago Monday. Birthday Picnic is Given — _The Morris Parsons attended a Jjicnic at (Ralph Parson's du honor «f Ralpih's birthday. Sunday. Others attnding were Mr. and Mrs »g White the Harvey Johnsons, Ted. Johnson, and Matt Kellys. Other Irvingion. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mawdsley •and son visited at Reinbeck last "Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Headiey Bpent the week-end with their daughter, Mrs. Maurice Eddy, near .Jewell. The Willard. Gl'egSO Algoua, were Sunday guests at 0. I*. Miller's. Mr. and Mrs. Forbua Stiltz wer Sunday £tfes.ts of the Robert Skilliugs. Sunday gue&ts at Charles Kgel's were Mi 1 .and •Mrs. Oran Hudson, Mrs. Charles Deibler, Ernest Egel and Vivian GHRISTENSON, BODE TOSSER, OUTH CARDS 'St. Joe, June 13—The ,St. Joe Cardinals fell before the .pitching slants of 0. Christiansen Sunday afternoon on the local diamond, and lost to Bode, 4-0. Wagner, on the mound for the Cards, pitched splendid hall, yielding live safe singles and striking out six men. No earned run was dharged against him. Ghristianson, however, was a bit more stingy, yielding only two hitsi and striking out seven. •Carl Olson, Bode, and Tom Becker, St. Joe, umpired. (Next .Sunday the Cardinals will play a douhle-header at St. Joe against West Bend and Irvington. The first game will he called at 1:30 p. m. Friendly Club Has Meeting— The Friendly club met last week Wednesday at the John Friders home, Agatha Tihilges assisting hostess. Mrs. Vern Barker and Mrs. Laurence Hanson were in charge of entertainment, and t/he) afternoon was spent at games and contests. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. John Bockes, Annette Karels, and Delpha Halsrud. There were 23 women. The next meeting, on the Fourth of July, will 'he a picnic at Mrs. Bob Casey's, Mrs. R. V. Fitch assisting. Lirermore Couple Married- Florence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hobenberger, was married to Harry, son of John Rutz, at the Lutftieran church, Livermore, Sunday at 5 p. m. by the) Rev. Mr. Seigle. The bride's sister Martha attended lier. A six p. m. dinner was served at the bride'a parental home at Livermore. The newlyweds will 'live on the Rutz farm south o£ Livermore. Wind Does Damage Here— This locality received a number of rains last week which benefited the gardens and small grain. Friday afternoon much wind accompanied the rain and did damage. Several windmills were blown down, brooder 'houses upset, and other .small buildings 1 Mown over. Kittenball Game Played Sunday— A kittenball game followed the baseball game Sunday afternoon on the local diamond between the school boys, who call themselves the Western Beauties, and Becker's St. Joe Phillips 66 team. The Western 'Beauties won. Pastor Theobald to Retreat— The Rev. George Theobald left Monday for Sioux City to attend re/treat for priests of tihis diocese. -Several Sisters also left Monday to attend retreat at Sioux City, Henry Ziemet Laid Up—' """"*' Henry W. Ziemet has been suffering from neuritis during the last few weeks, and Nicholas Becker .began work there Monday. Dance at the State Park— was a visitor last Thursday at Mrs. Lucy Wagner's. The James Beckers were Saturday afternoon visitors at Matt' Becker's, near 'Burt. Elizabeth, Berte has returned from Rochester, wihere she went for medical aid. Regina Thilges, West Bend, is assisting with household duties at John Berte'si. . The Rev. Luke Becker spent the week-end at Algona, visiting relatives. Susan Ziemet entertained 12 friends at dinner Sunday evening. Joe Tihilges is driving a " " 'town, sedan. Humboldt Revives Fourth Play Day Humboldt, June 13—The play- day committee here, which is staging a Fourth of July celebration inown as Play day, announces that plans are fast shaping up. Play day was originated by the Humboldt Legion post. When the depression caused abandonment it was felt that the first signs of returning good times should be the signal for the return of Play day. The program is chockful of features. There will be fun for every member of any family: free acts, racing, baseball, military bands, dancing, rides, shows, concessions. There is to be a big evening program to round out the day. Mrs. Dell Marlow Dies. Lone Rock, June 3—Mrs. Dell Marlow died Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock of poliomyelitis. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p. m. this week Thursday at the house and 2 at the Lone Rock church. NEWSPAPER OF 39 YEARS AGO TURNS UP HERE Eight-Page Sheet is Devoted to County Business Men. Rummaging recently in a forgotten boxful of old papers, J. A. Freeh came across a copy of The Western Homeseeker, a real estate promotion sheet published by Stanbery & Stanbery at Mason City in April, 1896. The issue in question was devoted entriely to Kossuth county and consisted of eight pages, six columns to the page. There was lit- ALGONA TEACHERS TO SUMMER SCHOOL Many of Algona's school teachers are attending summer school. Among them are Principal John McDowell, Iowa City; Misses Coon tie display advertising, but numer-|and Carson, Cedar Falls; Miss Mor- ous cuts accompanied by a large ris, Columbia college, New York mount of text were used. City; and Mr. Collins, band in- Apparently the sheet was for the structor, Northwestern university, most part circulated among land ' Evanston, 111. seekers farther east. At that time | Miss Morris will spend part of there was still a large amount of her time at Columbia college in a Arend '& Co., J. J. Kelly jewelry, J. A. Campbell Racket, and C. B. McLaughliu general merchandise stores. "Write-Ups" for All. Wesley was featured on page 7 with pictures of the J. S. Gallagher home, Mr. Gallagher's first business establishment, the Kunz double-front store, two pictures of the store's interior, and a hay scene neighboring the town. All the pictures were accompan- COUNTY 4-H GIRLS MEETHERE TODAY The annual county 4-H club girls' rally will be held here this morning and afternoon. The morn- led by voluminous "write-ups." Be-| wil i cause of the historical and biographical facts, the edition is now ing program, including registration, will be at the new high school auditorium, and a picnic dinner valuable as a keepsake and reminder of the times nearly 40 years ago. in Kossuth virgin soil in Kossuth, and the promotion of land booms was a recognized occupation. Old aiethodist Church Cut. On the first page were cuts special physical training camp on the Hudson river. Others who may go to summer school are Misses Messer, Messenger, Godfrey, Wilson, Burmelster, and Kriekenbaum. Superintendent i, L. • ,r U.UVA Ai.1 l^n.^llk/(lUUl. OUIJGl lULUllUCllt the courthouse, the old Central otto B. Laing will remain in Al- school building, and the Methodist | gona almost all of the summer, and Congregational churches. The it i s understood that Coach Mer- Picture of the Methodist church is cer is spending the summer in the of particular interest because it was not of the present church but of its predecessor. On the second page were cuts of ;he Spurbeck-Lambert buttertub factory, the S. H. Grannis general Ralph Johnson, hired hand at O. li. Miller's, attende-d a Johnson reunion at Hardy Sunday. He was ^accompanied by Garnet Adams, of Corwith. The Peter Halsruds entertained last Thursday evening' at a dance at the shelter house at the Ambrose A. Call state park. Other St. Joe. A new bridge is being put in on a county road 2>/4 miles west of) St. Joe and one-fourth mile east of the William Thilges farm. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Benge, Evelyn Mae, and Mr. and Mrs. Herlio Nielsen, near Bradgate, were 'Sunday dinner guests at the William Hammer's, The ,Rev. Fatfher Luke Becker, 0. S. B., and Nicholas Becker weht to Breda 'last Thursday to attend the first mass of the Rev. Zend Reising. Emma, Nicholas, and Thomas Becker, and the Rev. Luke Becker, 0. ,S. B., visited Sr. M. Grar- gine, Pocahontas, Monday evening. John Kramer, Waseca, Minn., and his daughters Margaret and Leona went home .Saturday, after several days with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Yackley, Chicago, are visiting Mrs. Yack- luy's •mother, mra. r>I ( ';;'£fli'et Kohl- Hiaas, arid other relatives. The Alphonse Bertes drove to Dell Rapids, S. D,, last w?ek Monday to visit ,1-elaiiVer, and returned late in thii week. A group of St. Joe men went to> Livermore Sunday evening to charivari the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rutz. The Rev. George Theobald returned Friday from a fishing 'trip to northern Minnesota. Ray Schumacher, Gilmore City, Rich, Point neighbors will be entertained tonight at a wodding dance given by Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Coleman at the I. O. 0. F. hall, Algona. Mrs. Coleman was 1 (Ruby Koepke before marriage. Edna Mae Sill and Ruth Black are teachers in Bible school at the Baptist church, Algona. The (R. H. Skillings. spent Sunday at Humboldt where they visited (Mrs. Skilling's mother. Mrs. Mary Divine. Chester Sill and Donald Christenson had an auto accident last week Wedneday, when their car- was overturned on the St. Joe road. (Neither of the .boys was much injured, but both suffered many bruises. •Edna, daughter of Mrs. Lulu Jordan, came from Mason City, wihere ehe is employed, for the week-end with her mother. •Edmund Oapesius, freshman at Columbia college, Dubuque, <!ame Friday for tihe summer with Ms parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius. Florence, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. F. Black, left last Thursday for Ft. Collins, Colo., to try Ito find employment for next year. J. A. Johnson and R. H. Skilling drove to Livermore Tuesday evening to atend a boxing match. Many from this vicinity attended a dance given by Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark, Burt, at Floral hall, Algona, last week Tuesday evening. Mr. Clark is a brother of Mrs. George Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson and Mrs Elmer Kelley, with (her song Russell and Jimmie, Algona, drove to West Bend Sunday to see the grotto. Irvington I The Embroidery club met last Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Morris Parsons. Roll call was answered with quotations and verses concerning children's day. Despite the rain 20 members and guests were served. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Walter Barr July 5. The iRev. A English preached Sunday on the three judgments The texts are found in I Corinthians 3:15; Matthew 25; and Revelations 20-11; 15. A children's day program will be presented at the church next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Aid will meet this Thursday afternoon at the church parlor. Mrs. A. McLean and Mrs. K. P. Roney will be hostesses.- Members are to turn the proceeds from a twelve flozen case of eggs to the treasu- ref ; 'fh&' Charles .Armstrong's, of Livermore, the Douglas Jlileys, Mrs. Seward. Thdrntoii and John Riley spent Sunday fishing at Los Is-, land. Mrs. P. W. Grobe went to M$soa City Sunday evening to help care for her mister, Mrs. Henry Lofing, wiho is suffering from quinzy. The annual Potter reunion will be held at the Call stale .park Sunday. merchandise store at Ledyard, the Grannis elevator at Swea City, B. 1. Bowyer, the interior of the Dingley & Pugh drug and jewelry store here, C. A. Tellier, county surveyor, the Gardner Cowles block- where the Misbach and Graham stores are now located—and the Thorington, now Dehnert, hotel. IVhittemore Pictures. Page 3 presents the following Pictures: A. H. Dorweiler and the interior of his general merchandise store, the A. Schmitt farm implement and harness shop and the interior of Mr. Schmitt's "carriage emporium," the interior of the Herman Rantzow shoe store, the A. B Spoor livery and sales stable, and B. C. Merrill, of the St. Nicholas hotel, all of Whittemore. Page 4 listed John Grove, Hobari, Doxsee & Foster and C. L. Lund, Algona, Sheridan Bros., S. W. Callahan, and C. F. Halloway & Co., of Bancroft, F. A. Corey and Z. S. Barrett, Wesley, and Cork & Bacon, Burt, as Kossuth real estate dealers. Pictures of the Peck, now the Vmaas hotel, the Lane Gem City restaurant, and the interiors of the C. F. Miller harness shop and the Mrs. J. D. McDonald & Son hardware store, all of Burt, also appeared on this page. Bancroft Represented. Page 5 was devoted to Bancroft and was adorned with the following pictures: the public schoolhouse, stre-et view, Catholic church and parsonage, Baptist church. State bank, J. G. Graham home Exchange bank, the Banker Morehouse home, and interiors of the State and Exchange banks and the Paul Hackl & Son general merchandise store. There were more Bancroft pictures on page 6: the A. Mayer & Co. agricultural implement woods of northern Minnesota, and that Misses Horn and Renaud are traveling in the west with the Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse. A card from the Hulses Monday, received by Mr. Laing, was postmarked at Roswell, N. M. The Hulses and the teachers left last week Sunday and planned to be gone a month. During the summer the school buildings will be cleaned and otherwise prepared for next year. Three or four rooms in the southern or older half of the Bryant school building will be replastered and repainted if federal emergency work relief funds become available. Supt. Laing is at present at work on the annual school census, and has finished the east half of the city as far as Jones street. Two Veterinarians Enter Partnership Dr. L. W. Fox, veterinarian, has taken as partner Dr. J. B. Winkel who has been in his employ two years, and beginning next Monday the firm will be Fox & Winkel Doctor Winkel, who is the son of Mr. and Mi^s. Jacob Winkel, of Union township, was graduated from the state college, Ames, in 1932 and after graduation began work for Doctor Fox. The firm will operate two cars. Heretofore only one has been used. E. L. Vincent will be in charge of the office. New Jail for Fenton, 'Fenton, June 13 — The town council Monday evening let a contract for a new jail to .the Modern Builders. It will be 14 by 20, of cement blocks, with double cells and four bunks. It will he on main street on a lot west of the Home Oil office. the Fulle served at noon at the Ambrose A> CM &Me parkj wlth a program in the afternoon. Registration is scheduled at the auditorium from !):30 till 10, when G. A. Bonnstetter, county agent, will give a welcome address. This will bo followed by a business meeting, the secretary's report, and roll call. At 10:45 the music memory contest will be held, and announcements will be made at 11:46. After a picnic dinner Mary Jane Lewis, county club president, will open the park program with a welcoming talk, and a skit will be given by each club. Florence Forbes, of the extension department of the state college, will talk at 3 o'clock, and at 3:30 delegates to the state convention will be introduced. Winners in the music memory contest will be announced at 3:45. The day's events will be in charge of Lucille Gring, new county home demonstration agent, who will be assisted by Farm Bureau women and girls' club leaders. The children's day program was well attended Sunday morning. Gerald Dwaine, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller, was baptized by the Rev. Mr. McNulty at the close of the program. Mrs. W. C. Taylor entertained the Aid at her home last Tours- iay afternoon, with 24 present. The group made .plans for an ice cream social to be 'held__this 'Saturday evening on the August Kirschbaum lawn. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor 'and were Sunday guests at Mon- Bolt Fires Brooder House. Whittemore, June 13—Lightning struck at the Tom McDonald farm last Thursday evening and set fire to a brooder house. Of 525 chicks 250 were saved. Freeh, Mrs. A. B. Richmond/ who HIGHER MATER- and labor costs, wje believe that tire prices will go still higher. CUT RATE GROCERY Prunes, 2 Ibs. 19c Rice, 3 Ibs. 19 C Corn Flakes, 2 pkgs. 19c Puffed Wheat Rice Pops ' .".jK** 1 Bran Flakes ; Whole Wheat Flakes 2 for 17c Macaroni Noodles Spaghetti 3 packages 19c Tomatoes, No. 2 1-2 can, 2 for 25c Catsup, 2 Irg. bottles 25c P. & G. Soap, 6 large bars 28c Big Ben Soap, 10 bars 15) C Oxydol, Irg. pkg 21c Gold Dust, pkg. I6c Lye, 2 cans 15 C Matches, carton 28c Toilet Tissue, 5 rolls 28c Milk, 3 tall cans ___20e "Busiest Little Store in Town" SUMMER'S SMARTEST WHITES' There's no resisting these new WHITES for their to keep yo u fresh, cool, and comfortable. FABRICS, $1.39 to $1.95 LEATHERS, $2 to $5 Also men's white and black and black and white sport oxfords, at Brownell Shoe Go. roe Heiter's near 'Corwith. A number from here attended the funeral of L. B. Weaver at Algona Saturday afternoon. Mr. Weaver died several weeks ago but the body was kept in a vault till a son could come from California. Mr. Weaver died in South Dakota, where Hie had lived for a number of years. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sanders spent the week-end at Mason City, with a sister of Mrs. Sanders, Mrs. Henry Hawley. Mrs. Joe Aman entertained at a family dinner Sunday south of town in honor of relatives who came to attend the funeral of Mr. Weaver. Mr. Weaver was a brother-in-law o£_Mrs. Aman and Mrs James Bropihy. 'Eddie Snyder attended >a picnic at the Lotts Creek church Sunday. This is an annual affair. A large crowd attended. Eddie is employed at the Fred Plumb farm. Mrs. Homer Anderson and Mary Harms of Algona, spent Sunday .THURSDAY afternoon with their mother, Mrs J. W. Harris and Marie in ihonor of her Wrthday, Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Mansen, Wesley, were callers there 'Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Hansen is also a daughter of Mrs>' Harris, Mrs. Drusilla Noble spent Saturday and Sunday with the Strother Wise family near Plymouth. s>he also flailed on Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wise at Mason City, Strother and •TUNE 14, Sunrtnj Parents, north of been time. east! s «n(ia, "aim. . 111 JOE Coast to Coast St ore J Special Purchase Sale For This Weei Linseed Oil, gallon 89c House Paint, high -j grade paint, gal... JL » 200 gallons red Barn Paint, spreads easy, covers more surface and wears longer, 6 gal. per gal Flat Wall Paint, per quart Porch and Floor Paint, qt. 49c _54c 1.39 Varnish, 4-hour spar, gallon Quart, 49c. 13-plate Batteries absolutely guaranteed, each Seat Covers, coach front seats B Batteries, 45-volt Dry Cell Batteries Bike Tires, 28-in. 79c 85c 25c 89c EOPE Pure manilla, %-in., 100 ft. 3-8 in. rope, 100 ft. 1.25 69c Cattle Ply Spm gallon 100 gallon dip, gallon Fishing Uods Tackle boxes ""] Tennis Rackets __"""" Baseball Bats .. Auto Bulbs, No. 63 ]"" Palmolivc Soap, regular! size, 3 bars Milk Pails, 13% qt .."" Hope, 7-8 in., 50 ft.."' Hot Shot Batteries ...4 House Bulbs, 40-58-60.., Cup Grease, Ib. Garden Hose, 25 ft. 10 . 11 Motor Oil, special 59c gri SAE 50, gallon Tires, 440, 450x21 Tubes, 450x21 4 A 111 Car Mats. FARMERS, ATTENTION!! Plenty of parking space back of our store. JOE BLOOM Coast to Coast Store! Comfort, Econoiti] and Style in Seasonable, Wearable Si ._.. of _... Crash - Flannel - Seersucke $3.85 $6.50 $10 $15 Trousers $1.19, $1.65, $1.95, $2.45 Boys' white duck and seersucker. Make selection while sizes last. DRESS SOCKS All colors from dark to white. Fish net socks, checked socks, socks with built-in garters. Work socks. UNDEBWEAB Shirts and shorts from 50c suit. UNIONS All combinations, no sleeve, short sleeves, and long sleeves. SPOET SHOES Waterproof straw both dress and Misbach Clothing C

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