Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1934 · Page 7
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16. 1934. SHOW p ENTRIES entries were flower S O f drought S few in the :., hv the two Aland Sat- were sur- consider- entries In the ed by hundreds contributed by ho was barred from "because he was , the committee hibitors, 64 entries, and lS entries. Winners fol- „ . , Mr. Glllesple, 1st; I Jennings, 2nd; Frank f,. Gillesple, 1st, 2nd, and 1st and 2nd; 1st, 2nd, ,„,•, Oillesple, 1st; Mrs. L 2nd; Mr. English, 3rd. •,'jtr. Gillespie, 1st, 2nd, L Gillesple, 1st and 2nd. ijir. Gillesple, 1st, 2nd, Zinnias. Election — Mrs. The dining room at hotel has been redecorated. Algona H. N. Mrs. Grace Blanchard, 2nd; Edw. Goetsch, 3rd. zinnias — Mrs. H. N. j Snapdragons. Jllectlon, Mrs. Dahl, 1st; . Button, 2nd. Asters. [espie, 1st. ' Dahlias. t Clark, 1st. Basket. •use, 1st; Mrs. Dutton, \ Clark, 3rd. Centerpiece. thl, 1st; Mrs. J. O. F. Mrs. J. H. Brechtbill, liliow DOKEDJOR GALL I of the Call will have the ipportunity of seeing one shows of the season ndra the Mystic and his |rs appear next Sunday , week. it is said, has long i as India's gratest seer 1 gazer, and he has ans- Illions of questions for t people in every walk of Invites and will answer to busi- money, answered The Elite hat shop has recently been redecorated and the building repaired. Attorney J. D. Lowe spent tho week-end at his old home, River Falls, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. French and their son Donald spent Friday at Des Moines. Mrs. George Elhcrt and Mrs, Cidney Laird spent Tuesday afternoon at Mason City. Elsie Specht got homo Tuesday from a few days at I3odo with Mrs. Arthur Sorensen. The Rev. P. J. Braner spent last week at the world's fair and visited Chicago relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lampright are parents of a boy, their first child, born Tuesday night. Mrs. Arthur Voight, Fenton, underwent a major operation at the General hospital yesterday. Cec Hurst's band, Mason City, will furnish music for a Country club dance next Monday night. The Glen Raneys returned yesterday from Clear Lake, where they had spent a week's vacation. Esther Seefeld and Mabel Geilcn- feld had tonsils and adenoids removed at the General hospital Friday. J. W. Little, of the Klassie garage, went to Minneapolis Tuesday for a stay of several days on business. Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas and their two sons got home yesterday from the Okobojis, where they had spent a week. Pauline, daughter of F. C. Zender, suffered a broken nose recently, when she collided head-on with a playmate. County Engineer and Mrs. H. M. Smith spent Sunday at Washta with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Smith. "Bud" Zender returned Tuesday from several days with friends at the state university, where he attended college last year. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spongberg and their son John got homo last Thursday from Chicago, where they visited the world's fair. Albert E. Gould, 28, Curlew, and Fidelis Arndorfer, 20, Algona, se- from Minneapolis, and will spend two weeks with her parents, Miami Mrs. 0. D. Stokes. She is secretary to Doctor Thompson, rye, ear, nose, and throat specialist Mrs. II. j. Bacon, daughter Etta, and the daughters at Lone Rock, Mrs. Eugene Ilofius and Mrs. I. W. Nelson, spent the week-end at Amhoy, Minn., with tho .1. A. Ho- hcnstoins. Mrs. Ilohenstoin is another daughter. Mrs. T. P. Harrington and her daughter Bernicc spent last Thursday and Friday with Mr. and Mrs Sunday at Marshalltown with Mr. Norton's mother, Mrs. Wm. Norton. En route home they left Robert at Ames, and he hitchhiked ion there to Des Moines to return to his CCC camp. PAGE Attorney Charles H. Humphrey, ..;hnr1oH City, brother of Mrs! Win! Hev. Joseph son, Steele, and tho „ • ---- — u.iu Jt.ViV, O Slcclc, Sioux City, with his DU11 , aylor bteele, Spencer, were Sunday guests ot the local Stecles. I lie Rev Mr. Stcele is a brohler of Wm C. Stoele. Taylor Steele is a Swift salesman. Mario Helen Beard, who has taught the second grade in the Al- schoola the last four years resigned, and has accepted a position to teach the second grade and to supervise the primary department in her home town schools has to enter the Business this fall. Marion, Ind. Her successor Institute of The. Uov. and Mrs. C. Max Buck, Dos Moines, and their three children came Sunday to visit Mrs. Buck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. White. Mr. Buck wont, hack Monday, his wife and children remaining for the week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert West, Perry, and their daughter Virginia visited soon. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Willson, Milwaukee, Wis., came Friday for a week with Mr. Willson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Willson. Howard is an American Telegraph & telephone office employe. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Willson, Cedar Rapids, came Saturday for a few days' stay. Irwin is a Hock Island postal mail clerk. Mrs. Grove, T. and H. her Keneflck, Eagle daughter Thelma The Wests are former igor nan J ' en ° k> I'jwii, *>^UL Lu at,, i am and Jviinne- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. . . II. Taylor. They left, for home by car Sunday morning. Mrs. Humphrey is the former Grace Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smiley, of Evanston, 111., and a son stopped hero briefly Monday to friends. They were en call route Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Smiley, and his father was once Presbyterian minister hero. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Traeger, of Sumner, and their son Lawrence Jr. spent tho week-end with the Dennis Pratts. Mrs. Pratt is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Traeger. Merle Pratt accompanied his grandparents home for a two weeks visit. K. D. James took Chester C. Call to Livermore yesterday, and tourney. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Parson, Mrs. Charlotte Parsons, and Phyllis Parsons left Sunday for a week's vacation. Mrs. Parsons and Phyllis are visiting relatives at Minneapolis and Grand Rapids, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Parsons are spending the week at tho M. H. at En route to Westfield, where Mr. Duncan is athletic coach in high school, they will visit a sister of Mr Duncan at Chicago and attend the world's fair. Mrs. W. H. Bailey, Marshall, Minn., and their two daughters went home Sunday with Mr. Bailey, who came for them Saturday. The Baileys had been guests of Mrs. Bailey's sister, Mrs. H. D. Hutchins, and had been called here by tho serious illness of Mrs. Bailey's mother, Mrs. Ida Mfnkler, who is a ier of the Iowa State bank Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. ,1. Payne left last week Wednesday for a vacation. The former, who is field manager for the Des Moines Register & Tribune company for northwest Iowa, was at Fort Dodge that day, and Mrs. Payne met him there. They attended sales meetings at Alden and Duncombe the next two days, and then went to Harpers Ferry to visit Mrs. Payne's father, Nick Barbaras. They were to leave patient at tho Kossuth hospital and I thence for points in Wisconsin and os pertaining Re, positions, [etc. He has f 25 years on the stage, by In newspapers. Ques\ be submitted in writing. hendra will appear also j headline act which has i largest theatrical clr- aerica and Europe for •s, the Great Lester, said Iworld's greatest ventrllo- |th Mahendra this season yptian dancer, present! of the Far East. Her act |iven the opening night, I will present a sensa- Ing dance o£ the Orient, lit Is claimed, will eclipse Inces and other dances of |type. • -* Here to How to Use [elegraph Device ivis, Western Union oper- I Saturday for Bloomfield, tater a Western Union jcnool of instruction. He is i chosen from Iowa to urse this year. The Simis automatic, print- messages on tape, len pasted to a telegram r. Davis will become ex«rating and repairing the •Hhen will become a man able to service J°r send the Morse code |Mrs. Davis will ne f Parents at cured a marriage license from Clerk E. J. McEvoy Monday. Loretta Meyer will spend next week at the world's fair. She is employed at the Algona Coffee Shop and hails from Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. John Haggard, of Spencer, spent last week here. John is still serving as appraiser for the federal land bank at Omaha. Mrs. J. W. Mangan, Minneapolis, and her son John will go home today, after several days with Mrs. Mangan's daughter, Mrs. M. C. McMahon. Mrs. A. W. Heisler, of Farley, and her daughter Frances went home Tuesday, after a visit since Friday with Mrs. Heisler's brother, C. A. Joynt. Herbert French, Mankato, returned home yesterday, after having been here since Monday. He came to attend the funeral of Bernard Tlerney. Mrs. E. J. Dormoy, Minneapolis, went home Sunday, after three weeks with her sister, Mrs. Ben Winkle, and friends here. She is a Court cl'Oreilles, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman, son George Jr. and the Hackman grandson Bob, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel, have been in northern Minnesota since last week Tuesday. Mrs. Hackman was to visit a sister at Webster, Wis., and George Jr. to call on friends at Superior, Wis., where he used to teach. The party was also to do some fishing. Mrs. V. V. Naudain and Mrs. Fred Bartholomew will go to Des the latter boarded a train there for 1 Moines next Tuesday as delegates his home at Kansas City. He had been here a week, visiting relatives and old friends. Mr. Call owns the building in which the James drugstore is located. Mrs. M. K. Cullen, Mason City, and her children, Terence and Mary, came Sunday for the week with the former's father, Anton Streit. Mr. Cullen accompanied them, but returned to Mason City that night. Mrs. Cullen is the former Teresa Streit. Mr. and Mrs. Chester W. Kingsley, New York City, went to Minneapolis Tuesday to visit relatives, en route home via Canada. Mrs. Kingsley, the former Dorothy Sherman, and Mr. Kingsley had visited the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sherman, a week. J. D. Lowe, of Harrington & to a Legion Auxiliary state conference. Mrs. Naudain is president of the local unit. Mrs. L. L. Lease, Wesley, newly elected chairman of the county organization, will be installed at the state meeting. She succeeds Mrs. Ida Larson, Swea City. former Algonian. Mrs. G. F. Towne and the chil- l°n mean- Fair- dren, Burdene and Betty Lou, went to Cass Lake in northern Minnesota Tuesday for a few weeks of vacation and fishing. Mrs. F. L. Tribon returned last week Wednesday from Independence, where she had spent a week with the Dr. Albert Tribons, The doctor is a veterinarian. Mrs. Sylvia Gunn, daughter Betty, Mrs. H. R. Cowan, Mrs. Lura Sanders, and Ella Thompson will leave tomorrow night for several days at the world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Crist, Perry, spent Tuesday and yesterday with the Hugh Hermans. Mrs. Crist, a former Algona third ward teacher, is remembered as Ardell Shirtliff. Mr. and Mrs. K. H, McLaren, of Minneapolis, and their children, Kenneth and Helen, went home Monday, after a few days with Mrs. McLaren's sister, Mrs. H. L. Hoenk. Dr. F. E. Rugger, his wife, and son Billie left for their home at Lowden Sunday, after a week with the O. E. Butterworths. Mrs. Butterworth and Mrs. Rugger are sisters. and other relatives in •ehvu avls has been re * by Mrs. Bertha French, *«<»• It Is not known ft- Davis will be returned Here sponsor a uonal Chiropractic clinic ion 7^ nd Sat urday union of Dr. B. H Norris national u « Clinic Educational organization, move started by isisted [Chi Buch cllnlc a here. id a complete ed in the equip- N Dan ces to H ^**** **<F °tel Feature , p atron s ' ma °y d'ance^o by the' radio ge. 'the tap in^ i v or and orchestra There will be will be 3 tap room. The din" en re-decorated, , and i a some new carpeting ia report- Sunday 40 Phy8iclan Esther Lavrenz, of the district federal reemployment office here, returned Tuesday after a week at Storm Lake, where she was instructing employes in an office there. Irma Greiner, bookkeeper ana stenographer at the Goeders store, is having a two weeks vacation, and Helen Goeders, clerk, is substituting at the desk during Irma s absence. . Mrs. J. M. Olesen, Humboldt, her daughter Helen, and another daughter, Mrs. T. D. Foster, Indianapolis, came Saturday for the week-end with a third daughter, Mrs. J. W. Little. Carlotta Kanouff leaves Saturday night, after two weeks at home. She is secretary of DePaul university, Chicago. Frances Zender will accompany her to Chicago for a ten days visit. Mrs. Isabelle Meiggs goes to Mason City tomorrow for a visit till Sunday with Mrs. T. A. Potter. Evan Finnell and Norma Gremer will take her to Mason City and will go back for her. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Call, Sioux City, spent Monday with the latter's mother, Mrs. S. C. Spear. They were en route home from a week-end at the Okobojis, where they have a cottage. A. Guehl, the tailor, left Saturday for ten days with his son Anthony and his daughter Catherine at Battle Creek, Mich. Anthony drives a truck for a bakery, and Catherine Is married. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dale and their son Richard returned Saturday from several days at Urbana, 111., with Mrs. Dale's sister, Mrs. Wm. Mattien. Mr. Dale is foreman at the local Swift plant. Geo. G. Cole, who recently sola a store at Cooper, near Jefferson, and shortly afterwards lost all household goods by fire, is preparing to open a grocery store at Max wen, Story county, his former home. Buth Stokes came home Saturday Lowe, attended a celebration at Buffalo Center, his former home, last Thursday, and introduced secretary of agriculture, Ray Murray, Des Moines, who had a short address. Buffalo Center is also Mr. Murray's old home town. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schulze, Cedar Rapids, came Saturday, and with the Donald C. Hutchisons went to the Okobojis Sunday for a week's vacation. They have one of the Godden cottages on Hayward's hay. Mr. and Mrs. Schultze are parents of Mrs. Hutchison. Verona Weisbrod, Fenton went home Saturday, after several days with her grandmother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky. She was en route home from Minneapolis, where she had attended summer school at the state university. Verona is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weisbrod. M. G. Norton spent Sunday at the Okobojis with his family. His wife and children are at the Geiger estate cottage near the Inn, owned by Mrs. Norton and three sisters. One of the sisters is a doctor in Chicago, and two live at Tipton, where one is married and the other is a lawyer. Dr. and Mrs. A. D. Adams spent last week Wednesday and Thursday at Minneapolis, attending a national dental convention. En route home they stopped at Madelia, Minn., and brought Mrs. Adams' twin cousins, Margaret and Marian Solensten, here with them for a few weeks' visit. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Norton, their son Richard, Mrs. Emily Spencer, and the latter's son Robert spent White's Grocery WEEK-END SPECIALS Gold Dust — 17c Magic Washer Leland Coonan, Des Moines, visited here Saturday with his sister, Mrs. M. J. Streit. He was en route to Emmetsburg to get three sons who had spent some time with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Coonan. His mother accompanied them to Des Moines for a week's visit, and during her absence Mrs. Streit is at Emmetsburg with her aged father. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Duncan, of Westfield, N. J., and their daughter Diane, who had been visiting Mrs. Duncan's mother, Mrs. George H. Free, left yesterday for Oconto, Wis., to visit Mr. Duncan's parents. is reported improving. Mrs. Jeannette McMurray returned Saturday from Humboldt, where she spent a week with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Glen McMurray took lior to Fairmont Monday to visit the C. E. Pannkuks, former Algon- ians, and from there she is to go to Worthington for a visit, Mr. Pannkuk operates an oil station at Fairmont. Mrs. McMurray had been keeping house for Frank Shllts two years. Joanette Goeders got home last week Wednesday night from Black Hawk Lake, near Lakeview, where man is supei she had spent several weeks with Springville. Mr. and Mrs. James Zigrang, formerly of Livermore. Harold Falk- enhainer, employed under C. B. Murtagh at the statehouse, Des Moines, was also a guest of the Zigrangs several days and brought Jeannette home, returning to Des Moines Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wittkopf, son Gerhard, Edna Frink, and Mrs. Fred Jacob returned last week Wednesday from two weeks at Muskegon, Mich., and Chicago. At Muskegon they visited Mr. Wittkopf's brother Henry, whom he had not seen before in 20 years. Henry owns a fruit farm, and he had good crops of cherries, berries, apples, and pears. In Chicago they attend- id the fair and visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mason and their sons Robert Duane and Earl Jr. will go to Ringsted Saturday to attend the wedding of Mrs. Mason's sister, Mary Kay Darnell, to Robert Estey, of West Union. Mary Kay had been attending the Upper Iowa University at Fayette this summer, but is now at home. Mr. Estey is an attorney. The ceremony will be performed at noon and will be followed by a luncheon. Alice Kain, who attended six weeks of summer school at the Northern Illinois State Teachers college, DeKalb, 111., got home last week Wednesday, accompanied by her aunts, Celia and Agnes Mullen, and by Dorothy Donnelly, Jos. Me Menamin, and Eugene Clemm, all of DeKalb. The aunts and Dorothy Minnesota and get home next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. C, Hoorneman, Springville, who had spent most of the summer with the former's parents at Le Mars, came here Saturday, after a visit at Forest City with Mrs. Hoorneman's sister, Mrs, Harry Larson. Wayne and Melvin, children of the Larsons, accompanied the Hoornemans to visit their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Specht. The Hoornemans will be here till next week, when they will go home. Mr. Hoorneman is superintendent of schools at "pringville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Featherstone, Omaha, and the latter's mother, Mrs. May Grapotte, of San Antonio, who has been with the Featherstones since last May, came Friday to visit the S. E. McMahons. En route they stopped at Storm Lake and brought Mrs. Richard Schmitz with them. Mr. and Mrs, Featherstone went home Monday, and Mrs. Schmitz yesterday. Mrs. Grapotte, a sister of Mrs. McMahon, will be here a few weeks. Mrs. Schmitz is the former Marion McMahon. Mrs. Fay Hopkins, of Glendale, Calif., and her children, Patricia and Barbara Ann, who are visiting here, went to Sioux City Sunday to visit Mrs. Hopkins' brother, R. E. Moulds, former sheriff here. Audrey Moulds, Sioux City, spent last week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moulds. Mr. and Mrs. William Hawcott and the latter's sister, Bessie Hopkins, took the Fay Hopkins family and Audrey to Sanborn Sunday, and they were met there by the R. E. Moulds family, who took them the rest of the way to Sioux City. The Rev. and Mrs. Walter Lindberg, Frederic, Wis., arrived Monday to visit the Ole Allisons, the Carl Pearsons, and other old friends here. Today they are at Bancroft. Mr. Lindberg was pastor of the First Lutheran church here and the affiliated Bancroft church from 1925 till 1927. For the last four years he has been at Frederic, a town of 1,000 inhabitants. Mr. and Mrs. Lindberg have one child, a son of 13 years old. Mr. Lindberg devotes his leisure to writing, and last year he published his first book, an autobiography, entitled The Winding Road. This book has received highest commendation and is selling well. On the strength of his success with the venture and in response to the urgings of friends, Mr. Lindberg is now writing a novel which is almost ready for publication. Minister Weds Today. The Rev. W. H. Schlie, Livermore Lutheran pastor who has resigned to accept a call to Batavia, 111., will be married today at tho home of his parents at Elgin, 111., to Martha Hohenberger, Livermore. Joe Greenberg Buy your auto supplies from us. Our merchandise is a better quality, with, practically no overhead; we can meet anybody's prices. v& General and Goodrich Tires 1 1 Unconditional guaranteed. Radiators For All Cars Generators and armetures of all kinds, motor and differential, replacement parts. Brake Lining We have enough brake lining to stop all the cars and trucks in Kossuth county. We have them any way you want them, already cut sizes or otherwise. Lowest and moderate prices. BEARINGS Timpken and new departure bearings for all popular cars, trucks, and tractors. We carry a large stock of bearings, and we save you 30 per cent and more. Glass' Replacement Service We give you the best service on auto glass in northern Iowa. We carry plate glass and non-shatter safety glass; also a complete line of window glass for homes. PHONE 118 are spending two weeks here, but the two men went home Monday. Celia and Agnes are sisters of Alice's mother, Mrs. R. E. Kain. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore and their children, Mary Louise and Edwin, got home Sunday from a two weeks tour in the east. They visited Washington, D. C., and stopped at Sharon Springs, N. Y., to see Mrs. Gilmore's sister, Mrs. J. D. Keister. They came home via Detroit and Chicago, and at the last-named city attended the world's fair. Another stop was made at Cedar Rapids. Mr. Gilmore resumed his duties as cash- NORTHWEST - IOWA - SUMMER - RESORT Call Theatre pllllllllllillllllHiilllllllllllillllllM | Goeder's Semi-Anmial | | Rummage Sale| H Everyone knows Goeders Semi - Annual Rummage Sales —> H H Thousands attend this Semi-Annual Event! You'll be surprised 3 H what you can find here in this clearance of Summer Merchan- S H dise as well as some early fall styles. Great savings. Be here H H when the store opens and come every day during this Great || H Selling Event. H Wednesday, Thursday, Friday August 15-16-17 GIMLfMHM FRMKHOTTONE LIONEL BARRYMORE •LEWIS STONE' New News. Saturday, Double Feature, Aug. 18 It's grand fun with the navy! Come on in and laugh. Ldy. Soap, 8 bars 17c P. and Beans, tall, 2 for _19c Golden Glow Coffee, lb. -25c Cookies, fancy, 2 Ibs. —29c Macaroni, 2 Ibs. 19c SwansDown, pkg. — 25c For Sale Piano, A-l condition; gas range; living room set; cook stoves; baby Lew AYRES Alice FA YE SHI LiimilED 5RI10R9J with . HARRY CREEN FRANK MITCHELL 1ACK DURANT A 101 •IC'Utt —and— ROBT. ARMSTRONG ANN SOUTHERN in The Hell Cat Girl reporter on newspaper. Serial News TUESDAY BANK NIGHT, AUG. 21 —Big Time Vaudeville Acts — 8 Mahendra the Mystic f he Great Lester, Ventriloquist Keron, the Egyptian Dancer —and— WALTER CONNELLY DORIS KENYON ROBERT YOUNG in "Whom the Gods Destroy" Approved by Federated Clubs beds; baby buggies, tables, buffets, sewing machine, fruit jars. This is just a partial list. Furniture Exchange Wednesday, Thursday, Aug. 22-23 Three big time acts vaudeville —and— PAT BRIEN GLENDA FARRELL mmmr First Place Sunday and Monday, Aug. 19-20 AND "ALL WEEK Acts, Big Time Vaudeville, 8 Acts o. 1—Mnhcnddra, the Mystic. No. 2—Tho Great Lester, Ventriloquist. 1 All White Polish 14c H Shoe Shine Sets 14c jj Scholls Corn Pad ______ 24c S3 Children's Shoes, pair __29c = Children's High Shoes __49c 1 Hand Bags 19c, 49c, 69c == Lace Curtain Panels 39c H Glazed Chintz Yardage _19c H Ruffled Curtain Sets ___59c =S Drapery Yard Materials 19c = Drapery Fringes 9c, 14c H Prints and Shirtings 12c H Kimona Crepes, Printed _ 14c H 46-in. Fancy Oil Cloth __19c =J Voiles and Batiste 17c U Better Wash Fabrics 29c H Fancy Needlework _ £ Price S3 Silk Crepes & Georgette 49c H Pinless Diapers 12c m Smart Slacks _69c =3 Children's Union Suits __14c H Wool Bathing Suits _*6 Price =J Children Beach Pajamas 59c SJ Boys' Wash Suits 39c S3 Misses and Junior Shorts 49c 3S Smart Sport Shirts 49c I Children's Dresses, 2 to 6 49c S3 Smart Novelty Neckwear 39c H Better Neckwear £ Price U White Hats and Berets _ _49c 3] Silk Lingerie _ £ Price H Printed Cotton Blouses _59c H Smart Tweed Coats _ _ $8.95 H Nine Spring Coats $5.95 3] Better Silk Skirts $1.00 H Children's Wash Dresses -59c H Women's Voile Dresses $1.39 3] .Women's Cotton Dresses 79c H Women's Linen Suits __$3.95 H Women's Wool Suits __$3.95 JEE Fine Wool Sweaters ___ 79c H Better Sunback Dresses 1.39 Rummage Table i 4c Notions, Threads, Hooks, Eyes, Snap Fasteners, Hair Nets, Powder Puffs, Bias a'apes, hundreds of Notion items—Lace, Ribbon, Dress Buttons, Hankies. Rummage Table g 10'! Costume Jewelry, Belts, Children's Sox, Hankies, Dress Buttons, Laces, Bonnets, Remnants, Neckwear, Infants' Rubber Pants, Sanitary Belts, Needle Work Pieces, Berrets. Rummage Table g 19ci Glores, Scarfs, NoreliJes, Silk Underwear, Hats, Garter Belts, Children's and Women's Hose, Neckwear, Sun Suits, Children's Underwear, Wash Fabrics, White Bags. Rummage Table i 29cl i 4 •1 Gloves, Neckwear, Sun Suits, Children's Dresses, Table Covers, Wash Fabrics, Novelties, Silk Underwear, Scarfs, Children's Footwear, Garter Belts, Brazieres. * » J v Hi {$! *?i |J No. 8—Kiron, "The Egyptian" Motion Picture Program and RICHARD BARTHELMESS ^^>H I Hft H - ANNDVOUAK m^m. HI H B3P • "fltN CHANDUR Silk Dresses 89 Silk Frocks, Washable Crepes, Printed Crepes, Acetates, Combinations, a, wide selection of styles, colors,-12 to 49. $2 Micky Mouse News "Little Jack Little Bevae" Radio and stage stars iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiyii

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