Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1934 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 14, 1934
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PAGE TEN MIDWAY WILL RETURN FOR THE ^FOURTH' Secretary K. L. Vincent, ot the county fair, foels that this year's Fourth of July celebration will set the high mark in the history of Please leave foodstuffs by 10 a. m. i tnsT LUTHKUAN, M. A. s.ios- trand. Pastor — The Confirmation class meets tomorrow morning, 10 o'clock, instead of Saturday. The Woman's Missionary society meets tomorrow afternoon at Mrs." Brunei- age's. Mrs. Harry Spongberg assisting. Kindly remember a bake sale at Moo & Sjogren's Saturday. such events. More than 20 people, all real arlisls, are on the platform free attractions program, and vaudeville acts of real quality have been booked. To these will be added a truly wonderful display of fireworks at night secured from the well known Thearle-Dufficltl company, Chicago, which furnished the fireworks program for the 1!)33 world's fair and has the coir.-.-act for this year's displays. Two fast baseball games arc planned, and there will be both automobile and horse racing. A popular feature which will return in force this year will be the midway. Last year and the year before many midway attractions were out of business because of the depression. Now purses have loosened, particularly here in the mid- west, as a result of corn-hog and corn loan benefits, and the midway folks are springing up again like mushrooms. Included in midway attractions will be swings and rides, also some of the shows and other attractions which have already paid the concession fees. SIXTEEN ALGONIANS GO TOJOREST CITY Sixteen members of the Algona • 'ountry club went to Forest City Sunday, and 11 took part in a golf tournament against Forest City players, while the other five played in a tennis tournament. The local golfers lost by nine points, but the Algona tennis group won all doubles and lost only a. game of singles. As prize the tennis group brought home three tennis balls. Playing golf were Lee Reed, R. J. Harrington, D. P. Smith, R. H. Miller, R. S. Blossom, G. F. Towne, R. W. Horigan, George Henley, T. H. Holmes, C. H. Williams, and W. A. Foster. The tennis players were Dr. J. N. Kenefick, Dr. W. D. Andrews, H. B. White, T. H. Chris- chilles, and P. A. Danson. A return tournament on the local grounds has been dated for Sunday, July 22, and a tournament Morning worship next Sunday at 9; Sunday school, 10. The annual mother-daughter banquet will be served next Wednesday. THIMTY UJTHKKAN, I'. J. Kraner, Pastor — Next Sunday: Sunday school and Bible class, 10 iv. m.; English services, 10:30. Young People's meeting next week Friday at C'has. Geilenfeld's. Please return weekly envelopes with contributions for congregation and missions. , J. Robt. Iloerner, Pastor — Next Sunday: Sunday school, 10 a. m.; morning worship, 11. We begin a special series of summer services next Sunday. Union services at 8 at this church, the Rev. A. Hueser delivering the sermon. ALGONA NEWSBOYS' FLOATJINS PRIZE A float presented by Algona's Register & Tribune carrier salesmen won third place in an annual carriers' convention parade at Des Moines Tuesday. Donald Akre's white roadster had been painted with signs advertising the Register and the Tribune and pointing out that Harvey Inghani, Gardner Cowles, and Wm. Cordingley are all former Al- gonians. Algona boys who attended the convention were Donald Akre, Charles Beardsley, Robert Conklin, Hubert Deal, Henry Dearchs, Quen- THURSDAY, County Ijcirion Auxiliary Elects New Officers— Tho Sfilh (iimrterly meeting of noon, and on Tuesday at noon was married to Thelma Eldridge, Des Moines. The/ceremony was per- the county Legion Auxiliary was f d t u ,, me ot the brlde . s held at the Country club clubnouso i at Algona Inst week Wednesday parents. Mr. and Mrs C. C. Eld- afternoon, and was attended by "*&> ™* <>» >' immediate members ' __ _ , _ t\f ltit» fttrM Fnmllina niiM n row Sjogren, Wray. against Fairmont has been there for July 15. dated Lu Verne Student is State Winner Lu Verne, June 12 — William Chapman one of the representatives from the local high school to the academic tests at Iowa City last week, succeeded in placing first in trtie general science test. He received a gold key with the wording Scholarship Contest, and University of Iowa, on the front, and the subject, place and year engraved on the back. Lu Verne has 1 taken part in contests at Iowa City for several years, 'but this is the first time a first place has ibeen awarded to one of the contestants. and Bob and Eugene All Algona carriers have been invited for rides in the Register & Tribune's airplane, Good News IV, when it visits the local airport Sunday morning, June 24, at 10:30. Donald Akre has been named monitor for the local salesmen to notify them of the event. Besides the boys who attended the convention, the following carriers are invited for rides: Clarence and William Devine, Howard Medin, Pat McEnroe, Frank Green, Orvall Haines, and Clark Redfield. Good Hope Woman Hospital Patient Good Hope, June 13— Mrs. John Moser is at the Kossuth hospital, where she is recovering from an emergency operation for strangulated hernia performed Friday evening at 10 o'clock. Her daughter Lola arrived from Mankato at 1 o'clock that night, accompanied by Sadie Schaurer, also of Mankato. Charles Weigel, Austin, Minn., visited at the Moser home over Sunday. Mrs. Moser is recovering, and it is expected that she will be able to come home in a couple of weeks. 115 menvbers. Mrs, Ida Larson, county president, presided. All local ' presidents gave reports on work accomplished since the last meeting in February. A .letter will be sent to A. H. Stock, from the* county organization to extend sympathy in his recent bereavement ti'.iroiigh loss of his wife, who wax the Aigona unit's first vied president this year. Mrs. J. C. Underkofler, eighth district committwoman, spoke and complimented the Kossuth organization, which, has the record of being one of the first in the. stats) in meeting all requirements. Two' other counties in the eighth district sihare this distinction. Mrs. J. C. Underkofler, Britt, told of educational and other events at a birthday party May 25 honoring 65 disabled veterans in the Knoxville hospital. Eadhi patient was remembered with generous gifts of ice cream, cake, popcorn balls, candy, etc., furnished by units in the eighth district. Members of the Algona unit is'erved an English tea, which _ followed a program put on by the Swea City unit. Margaret Nelson, Algona, read her .Fidae essay, Peace with Security, which won; second prize in Iowa. Wesley was presented an award for having the largest delegation, present outside of that of t)he entertaining unit. •Elecion of officers was heM: Mrs. L. L. Lease, Wesley, president; Mrs. Minnie Mousel, Bancroft, and Mrs. Martha Bonacker, Titonka, first <and second vice presidents; Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, Fenton, secretary; Mrs. William Flaig.^Lone Rock, treasurer; Mrs. Gladys Hawcott, 'Hurt, sergeant at arms; Mrs. Janette McMurray, Algona chaplain; Mrs. Sadie 'Denton, Titonka, historian. Mary Jean Lndwig Married— Last week Wednesday at noon a wedding took place at the Doan :hurch, when Mary Jean Ludwig became the bride of Dean Andrews. Carolyn Andrews played Mendelssohn's wedding march, and Mrs. Van Hanson sang At Dawning and I Love You Truly. The Rev. Fremont Faul read a double ring ceremony. Clemence Ludwig gave away the bride. The bride wore a white satin of the two families and a few friends attended. After the ceremony a wedding luncheon was served in a city room. The couple went to Denver, Colo., on a wedding trip, and on their return will be at home in one of the Backus apartments. Mrs. Biesemier, whose picture appeared in the society section of the Sunday Register a week ago, was graduated from the state college, Ames, in 1932, and was employed at the Younkers store a nesota have been Invited to send delegations. Uirthrtay Club to 1). Mr- Mesdames A. 'L. Peterson, D. H. Goeders, M. P. Haggard, Al Falk- lenhainer, M. P. Weaver, T. P. Harrington, F. W. Wehler, K. D. James, Jos. Paxson, and S. 'E. McMahon go to Des Moines this morning to be entertained-at Mrs. C. D. Murtngh's, tilve occasion be-" ling Mrs. Murtagh's birthday anniversary. T>!ie women are members of the local birthday club. Meniibeis not in attendance aiv! Mrs. Win. K. Ferguson, Mrs. H. E. iRist and Mrs. W. C. Dewol. year, but last year taught home economics at Elkhart. She is a member of the Chi Omega sorority at the state college. Mr. Biesemier is the son of Mrs. Selma Biesemier, of Morling, and was graduated from the state college agricultural engineering department in 1932. He was a member of the A. T. O. fraternity. Upon graduation he entered the employ of the Gamble Stores, and was at Cherokee till he was transferred here six months ago. Corwith Girl Is Bride- Ethel Chambers, Corwith, was married to Leonard Mullin, Corwith, Friday at 4 p. m. at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Chambers. The Rev. O. E. Schaal read a single-ring ceremony in the presence of 30 guests. The couple were attended by Frances Chambers, sister of the bride, and Raymond Frey, Corwith. Mrs. John Mullins, Wesley, sister of the bride, played the wedding inarch. The bride was dressed in white satin and the bridesmaid in yellow taffeta. The bride, who is a graduate of the Corwith high school and of the State Teacher's college, Cedar Falls, taught. last year in the Newhall schools. Mr. Mullins is a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mullins, Corwith, and is a graduate of the Corwith high school. After the ceremony a two-course luncheon was served, and the couple then left for Rochester, Ind., and other points on a two weeks honeymoon trip. They will be at home after July 1 at Corwith. It. N. A. Convention Planned— Girl Weds Here- Paul Errington, Ames, and Carolyn Storm, Minneapolis , were married Tuesday night at Wie D. H. Goeders home by Justice H. B. White. Mr. Errington is in the employ of the fish and game commission, of whic'li Mr. Goeders is a mem'ber, and is well known to 'sportsmen in this county. He recently spoke at a Dilg league 1 meeting at Estherville which wad attended by a large group from this vicinity. Curl Pearson Uirthday Honored— Mrs. Carl Pearson entertained at a surprise dinner party Tuesday night in honor of Mr. Pearson's birthday anniversary. A two-course dinner was served at 7 o'clock to six guests seated at.one table. The after-dinner hours were spent at bridge. Guests were Dr. and Mrs. H. L. McC'orkle, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McCorkle, and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White. Thirteen to 0. E. S. Meeting— Algonians who attended a district 0. E. S. meeting at Masort City Friday night were Mrs. T. P. Harrington, daughter Bernice, •NEW DEAL" Candidates CLYDE L. HERRING GOVERNOR. NELSON G. KRASCHEL LIEUT. GOVERNOR Four Children 111. Mothers who have been kept Brundage Tells of Algona Kittenball G. D. Brundage, president of the Algona kittenball league, spoke to Rotarians at their noon luncheon Monday and told the history of the game locally. Kittenball, he said, was started here nine years ago by a group of men too old to play baseball. It has gradually become popular with younger men, and great public interest is now taken in the game. The league has been influential this season in getting lights at Athletic park for not only kittenball but for high school sports, including football. Iforrned Rabbit Captured. Irvington, June 12—Dogsi at the 0. L. Miller farm ran down a hprn- nd rabbit Monday. Mr. Miller rescued the rabbit before it was hurt seriouEily, and later turned it loose. The animal had a horn about four inches long, growing from the end of its nose. The under part of the body was covered with a horny growth. u *—"™"""""^^r" New Family for Algona. Fenton, June 13—The Walter Jentzes, WHO moved to Graettinger last March to operate a restaurant, are now moving to Algo- oa, and Mrs. Jentz wil'l be head cook at the Wittkopf & Jacobs lunch room, while Mr. Jentz will seek employment on roads. Swimming Pool Voted. The Algona swimming pool cut a figure in a swimming pool election at Eagle Grove last week Wednesday. Facts concerning the pool here were used in favor of a similar enterprise there. The proposal won, 763-406. busy at nursing only one sick child can sympathize with Mrs. Samuel Mogler, who is now nursing four children, all of whom have both .vhooping cough and chicken jox. • Farmer Hurt in Runaway. B.- E. Morgan, Cresco township, recently suffered cuts and bruises m a fall from a mower when hi3 :eam ran away. Two stitches had to be taken to close a cut in the 'ace. Hospital News Mrs. Roy Jensen, Lone Rock, underwent a major operation at the Kossuth hospital last Thursday. Mrs. James Godden, Algona, was operated on Sunday. Monday Mrs. W. McDougall, Algona, had her tonsils removed, and went home the same day. Mrs. Ida Minkler, Algona, entered the hospital Monday tor medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bauer, Wesley, became parents of a 6%-lb. girl at the hospital Saturday. The C. Griffiths, Swea City, became parents of a child yesterday afternoon. Hazel Budlong, Titonka, has been a patient at the hospital since Friday because of fractured vertebra in her back. She fell from a step-ladder while washing walls and a ceiling, and her back struck a pail. Decorator in Accident. Albert Hagg suffered a severe second-degree burn Tuesday, when his arm came in contact with a steamer which he was using to remove old wall-paper. gown with full-length veil and carried a bouquet of talisman roses. She was attended by Louise Leitl, Ottosen, who wore an ankle-length dress of yellow silk organdy and carried a bouquet of gladioli and carnations. Shirley Ann Hoover, Algona, dressed in pink net, was flower girl, and Ross Struthers, nephew of the bride, carried the rings on a yellow satin pillow. The bridegroom was attended by Luverne Hoover. Following the ceremony a three- course wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. D. H. Struthers, and there were 40 guests. The bride was graduated from the West Bend high school in 1931, and then attended the State Teachers college, where she was affiliated with the Phi Sigma Phi sorority. During the last year she taught the Doan school. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Andrews, and he attended the Titonka high school. At present he is manager of the K. & H. oil station south of the Kossuth County State bank building, Algona. The newlyweds will-be at home at Algona after July 1. At present they are making a two weeks honeymoon tour of the east. Glen Biesemier is Married to Des Mollies Girl— Glen Biesemier, assistant manager of the local Gamble store, went to Des Moines Monday after- Mrs. 'Robert Hardey, Mrs. J. C. 'Smith, Mrs. Clifton Benschoter, Lola Scuffham, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCaill, Mrs. C. F. Latlhrop, and daughter Meredith, Mrs. Casey Loss, and Mr. and Mrs. George St. John. Next C. C. Evening Party— •Hosts and hostesses for an evening Country club party next Tuesday night will be: chairman, Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer; P. J. Christensen, Mrs H. R. Cowan, M. H. Falk- enlhainer, Mrs. L. G. "Baker, G. S. Buchanan, Mrs. Jos. Kelly, iR. S. Blossom, Mrs. J. M. Heubst, M. G. Norton, Mrs. C. H. Williams, J. D. Lowe. Picnic is Planned Today— The Baptist Loyal e. 'S. class will have a picnic somehere today, and persons wishing to attend are (to meet at the church iby 2 p. in. The place had not been decidec: when this mention was written Arrangements are being made I R°H call will be answered under the supervision of Mabel M. Potter, district deputy, and the Estherville Royal Neighbors for an annual district R. N. A. convention next Wednesday at Estherville. This will be for the counties of Kossuth, Emmet, and Palo Alto. Among guests from out of the district will be Grace McCurdy. Des Moines, supreme RNA manager; Florence Bridges, Mapleton, state supervisor; Blanche Schmidt, of Hampton, state juvenile organizer; Grace Bedford, district deputy; Blanche Garnetz, Des Moines; Auburn, district deputy; and Mary Esther Slagle, Le Sueur, Minn., district deputy. Many near-by camps in Iowa and southern Min- with other favorite summer .sports or recreation. S. S. Class Plans Picnic— The Methodist Centenary S. S class will have a family picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park next Monday evening at 6:30. The Shelter House has been reservec in case of rain. The Rotary club will have a dutch lunch at the park the same evening. Shower for Opal Morrison- Last week's Lu Verne News re ported a shower for Mrs. Opa Morrison at Mrs. Herbert Smith's Lu Verne. Gifts for the honoree were presented in a rose baskei FLOUR at the "DEPENDON" GROCERY can yet be bought at the regular low price! Old potatoes and new ones are getting cheaper every day. Louisiana Sweet Potatoes, very good, 4 pounds 25c Here is a new one— Heinz cooked macaroni in cream sauce with cheese, 17-oz. can 16c "Richelieu" Cooked Spaghetti in Tomato Sauce, cheese flavored, 18-oz 15c La Choy Chow Mein, ready to serve 28c Noodles Free Hormel's Flavor Sealed Vegetable Soup, Irg. can 15c Japanese Crabmeat 30c California Sardines, 1 pound tall cans lOc Norwegian Ideal Flat Bread, made in Norway, 1 pound package —3Qc Palo Syrup is wonderful. 1 pint makes 7 pints of the most delicious summer weather' drink for all of the family. It is also used for flavoring sherbets, ice cream, and such. Flavors are lemon and lime, orange, cherry, grape, raspberry and strawberry, 1 pint glass jugs, only 20c Baby Stuart Ginger Ale is fine, large bottle 15c Vegetable and fruit juices, small cans lOc Halligan's freshly blended tea, for ice tea, tall tumbler 15c Halligan's Green Japan Tea, 1-2 Ib. package 20c CALL ON For Real Good Groceries Phoues 290-291. Oh, Boy Is She Happy? She's just reading about the ANNEX busy little bargain center (First door south of Steele's new Clothing Store) The Chrischilles & Herbst Annex goes into its second week with a lot of pep and ginger—new dresses have arrived almost every day last week and this to take 1 the place of those sold in the first rush. Herman has taken over a lot of new curtains, hosiery hand-bags and odds and ends from the downstairs to "sweeten" up the bargains. This Annex idea is a popular one—you'll like the way we do things there Plan to come in this week without fail. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN CURTAINS —The curtain department in the Annex is one of the most popular in the store. Here you'll find all styles, Priscilla flounced and tailored in all color combinations If you need new curtains, be sure to see those at the Annex at 69c, 98c, and $1.29. Pure silk, full-fashioned NEW hosiery (selected irregulars) only 64 T Other hosiery at 34c and 44c. A full line of toilet articles at ™P§! PB A t ?9C r d 9 ? C< Remnan ts at special low PRICES. If you haven't seen those silk dresses «*• $3.88, you haven't "seen nothinV They come fn siz es from 14 to 44 and are made of prints, washables and jerseys and are styled right up to the minute Other attractive dresses in larger sizes at $4 88 and $5.88. Coats at $6.88 and $10.88. Cotton coats and men swaggers at your own price-we want to sell 'em. Ladies' cotton dresses 98c. Come to the ANNEX—it puts a "kick" into shopping. CHARLES W. STORMS STATE AUDITOR. MRS. ALEX MILLER SECRETARY OF STATE Friendly Bossy Plays Tag With Ex- Algona Girl In the following clipping from last week's Knglc Orovci Knglc the heroine (human) Is the former Florence .Snrehett, popular Algnnn store clerk ninny years ago, and the hero, her husband, Is a former Kurt boys "The Mason City fllolie-Oa- /ette recently headlined n story featuring a coir following Mrs. >V. 11. Slianor to the railroad offices In Mason City. She left, home about midnight to meet Mr. Bhanor when he got through working his trick, and hearing a noise behind her, she looked around and discovered that a cow wns following her. '"The cow followed her clear to the Northwestern's division offices in Mason City and then followed the both of them back home. "There is no cow garntrc in connection with the Sim nor apartment so Mr. Shnnor notified the police who took charge of the friendly bovine." LEO J. •WEGMAN TREASURER Of STATE EAY MURRAY SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE 'EDWARD L. O'CONNOR ATTORNEY GENERAL Algonian Makes State Park Survey Paul Hutchins, who recently completed a year of teaching at ilmore City, came home last Thursday for a week here. He Is now in the employ of the state planning board, and is making a survey of public works, including parks, etc., here. Paul is one of seven such employes in the state, and his territory includes 23 counties. 0(1 when a ||,. p '!'« ^r not ,r day ariorn,,,,,, "»Zo| Tho 1,011, »« and . sm I o ° ' Dot nade by Mrs. Lloyd Smith. Mrs. Morrison has been a Lu Verne teacher. I). A. R. Family Picnic Tonight- Members of the local D. A. R. chapter will entertain their fam- lies at an annual Flag day family :>icnic at the Ambrose A. Call state i>ark tonight at 6:30. Other Society. The Eastern 'Stars will hold a special meeting next Tuesday eve- ining at 'the Masonic Temple. The O. E. S. club meets next Tuesday afternoon at the Temple. Mrs, Wm. C. Steele entertained the Thimble club Monday afternoon. This club consists of a.dozen women, and afternoons are spent at sewing. The Presbyterian Missionary society meets with Mrs. Hugh Herman tomorrow instead of today. The St. Thomas Guild meets to- Lost Guns Are Found. Fenton, June 13 — Reinhold Laabs and Fred Mortenson found three gun^ in Mud lake Saturday which they lost there »ix months iago, when their boat capsized and Leonard Kohlstedt was drowned. The guns were still in good condition when they were found. TJ. D. M. Editor is Sick. .R. 'B. Waller, of the Upper Deg Moines, has been confined to his" room at 'the D. H. Goeders ihome by sickness sine last week Sunday. May Spradling, a registered nurse, sister of Mrs. Hollis Trainer, Burt, 'has been" looking after him. - 4 Liquor Basement Dedicated. Kohlhaas Bros, fheld open house lin the (basement of the new state liquor store Tuesday evening. A Dutch lunch of cheese, braunswag- er, crackers and <beer was served. The basement has a concrete floor. morrow afternoon at Mrs. Claire Anderson. 2:30 with Algonian is Maynard, third Graduated. son of Mr and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson, Algona, was graduated as civil engineer from Iowa State college, Ames, Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Stephenson, their daughter Margaret, and Mildred Degraw attended the com- mencment exercises. Department Stores Dinnerware New patterns for your selection. Floral decal in handsome colorings. Buy the items you need in open stock. Pie plates, 5 in. lOc Dinner plates, 7 in. 15c Fruit Dishes, 4 in. lOc Oatmeal Bowls I5c Utility Bowls ____20c Platters, 8-i'n. size 25c Floral nappies ___ __25c Bakers, 7-in. size 25c Cups and saucers 20c Department Stores Men's SHIRTS 79C 14 to 17 Buy yourself a liberal supply of shirts at this remarkable low price. They're perfectly tailored and cut full— collar attached styles. PETERS STUDI The finest of quallty CONFI10IATIOSS GRADUATIONS and BABY 1'ICTDRES A SPECIALTY A choice of the finest B ve mountings style-obtainable only studio, Better pictures-l Will F. MANAGER Department Slot WAS) GOOD! New patterns, new t in mid-summer fabi •Dotted Swiss— • Printed voiles— • Flock Dot Voiles• Printed Dimities- Priced in one big group, a yard .... vests , 20c Boys' shorts 25c Men's shirts —„ 25c Men'sjshorts '. 89c Athletic unions 49c Hollywood Veil Just received a shipmq new patterns for the 1 mer season. 40 inches wide. A yard Sanforized Wash Pants $1.39 to $1.98 For men and young men. Sanforized fabrics (will not shrink), wide bottom—stripe patterns, 30 to 36 waist. Felt Base BUGS $5.95 9x12 size tile and floral patterns. Closing out stock on hand. CLOTHES BASKETS $1.00 value 69c The biggest value in baskets— strong splints —raised bottom, i Galvanized Round Tubs No. 2 size 77c Featured at Graham's at a special price you can afford to pay! Glass tumblers, three for Green enamelware, priced special '. Uniform nut meat choppers Ice cream freezers, 2 quart Water pitchers, M 4% aluminum, 2 1-2 qt..49C lOc 69c 50c 98c Work Shirts Special 44c Made of light weight chambray for summer wear—well reinforced—sizes 14 1-2 to 17 Men's U Suits All sizes, 36 to 44 79c Ribbed union suits, short sleeve—ankle length. Ecru only. Splendid group ( Rayon Wea Bloomers, briefs and ] of quality fabrics are j at this price! Your* these garments. 39c ••^•B Silk Stocking at purse pleasing price, 69c Lacey sheer, chiffon] hose—also heavier we ight_full-fashionedj picot tops, garter stop. Approved summer sni Princess Slips— -Fine finish fabric nia and bodice top.' white. Lace trim, 341^ White bags__ Washable Complete fillings. grain with i» ne ! All the season's newest Cotton Daytime Fro On display ana sale at prices that will amaze in models that will cliarm you Gay, youthful models for the miss or how cheerful are these new cottons—ana ing! All kinds of novelty necklines, smart u« straight line or flared skirts, In bright sunim orings, Lawns—Voiles—Batistes—Pi<^ 8 Dotted Swisses—Swiss Ginghams— A Wide Selection of Smart Moffl Fast color "7Of* print fabrics „___ I V»

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