Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1937 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 19, 1937
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ffcGE TEN GOUNTY ADVANCfe, ALGONA, IOWA A&P Mas Low Prices A flslt this week will conrincc yon how tmc this statement Is. Win a Trize. Retail Value WlflMI OF rill/KS in 12 Weekly Contests! •Contest No. 6 now going on. Ask A&P manager for details T I »I1 «* -ft. •*• *' $55,000 47c SERVE EGGS, 2 do/en —. Jfntiire's Perfect Food. Farmer-Consumer Benefit Campaign, PRUNES, 80/90 size, i Ibs. Vigorous and IViney ItOKAR COFFEE, 8 l-lb. cans Stalcy's Corn SYRUP— Golden, 6 Ib. can 2f)c Crystal IVhite, 5 Ib. can _.80c Toilet Soap PALM OLIVE, 1 cakes. f&G SOAP, 10 reg. bars C Ib. bars 22c SALTED CRACKERS, t £T x, 2 Ib. })OK ,__.-i O L A1S"N Page SALAD DRESEVG, quart jar __' Van Camp's BEANS, 1C oz. can Keoknk DILL PICKLES, qt. jar 29 c 5c 29c Haphtha SOAP, 10 bars- Cold Stream PINK SALMON, 2 1-Ib. cans lona Brand TOMATOES, No. 2 cans lona Brand CORN, $ No. 2 cans Sultana PEANUT BUTTER, S-lb. jar Miracle "Whip SALAD DRESSING, O C ~ Qt. Jar OU C Telret, Prince Albert, Kentucky Club, and -j f\ ^ HALF & HALF, tin -L \J C Eight O'clock f Q* COFFEE. 1 Ib. Jt«7C 3 Ibs. 55c White House MILK, tall cans FRUITS! VEGETABLES! & i «/5J- . POTATOES, 100 Tb. bag A&RFoocMitare DANCE ACADEMY HALL AVHITTEMORE THURSDAY, OCT. 21 Earl Hunt's Orchestra 3Iixed Dance. ST, CECELIA'S BAZAAR Tl'KS.-WEDNES. OCTOBER 11) and 20 Dinner each evening. Serving begins at 5 p. ni. Dancing each evening. Games of all kinds. ALGONA ACADEMY NOTICE Farmers Get my price on hauling your live stock to market. I now liave two' trucks, just added a big semi-trailer for your Give me a ring. A trial will convince. Yours for Service A. A. FISHEE Phone 699 BKUhNNERS WILL NEED A Typewriter to use at home to learn fc» tjpe. L. C. Smith-Corona and Remington typewriters at the Ad- gtf PASTOR Reception for Jfew Tastor— The Methodist Aid held a regular meeting and a reception Thursday for the new minister and his wife, the Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Burgess, who just recently catne here from Sheldon. At 1:15 o'clock luncheon was served by Mrs. P. J. Waldron and committee of 25. The tables which were placed in banquet style, were decorated with Mrs. Mam-ice Bartholomew, Oliver Reiley, Carroll Foster, G. D. Brundage, and Harry Harj;reaves attended. It was an all-day meeting and in the. evening a banquet was served and a dance was the entertainment for the evening. Addresses were given by Mrs. Mary Northrup, president of the department; Frank Miles, DCS Moines, . ,, , editor of the Iowa L,egionnairc; fall decorations of autumn leaves, Mrs. M. Myrton Skelly, of DCS pumpkins, and apples artistically Moines, secretary; Dr. R. J. (Skin) placed. Covers were arranged for, Laird, Des Moines, state adjutant; 150 guests. . After the luncheon a and James I. Dolliver, Fort Dodge, business meeting was held, follow- commander; and Oliver Reiley, who ing which an entertainment pro-1 is the adjutant of the Algona post gram was giren. Mrs. Kermit and is also the district junior base- Forbes and Mrs. Vaughn Rising j ball chairman, sang a vocal duet accompanied by Mrs. Walter Roberts. A boys' quartette, Richard Keen, Merle Pratt, Richard Norton, and Donald Johnson sang two selections, accompanied by Barbara Haggard. Richard Keen sang two solos accompanied by Barbara Haggard, who played two piano numbers. then I'ln in Creek Club Meets— The Plum Creek Literary club the musical program Mrs. Wallace McDougall gave the welcoming address and a few words on "Our Aid." The Rev. and Mrs. Burgess met at Mrs. Hortense Ferguson's Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. Emma Crouch, hostess. 'The program was: roll call, poems; sketch of book and an author of—Ger- Afterjniany, by Mrs. Laura Benschoter; gave a response. Birthday is Observed— Little Jean Walrath Russia, by Mrs. Carrie Johnson; Spain, by Mrs. Nellie McWhorter, and America, by Mrs. Lillie Black. Twenty-five members were present and three visitors, Mrs. Ben Knox, Mrs. Clinton Sampson, and Mrs. ! Leslie Huff. Delegates chosen to celebrated j go to the convention at Carroll Ocher fourth birthday last week Mon-! tober 20 are Mrs. J. A, Johnson day afternoon at the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. D. Wal- and Mrs. Fern Drone.. A luncheon was served at the close of the lath. Hostesses were the Mesdames I meeting by Mrs. Ferguson. The G. D. Walrath, J. H. Hoppe, and I next meeting will be October 27 at George Stowart. Little guests were, the new Center school house, Dist. Ardis and Alice Kresensky, Diana I No. 5, in Plum Creek. This is a Maxine Gibson, Marlene j musical meeting in charge of Lora ~ Raney, Leota Geigel, and Ella Bode. M. & D. Club Has Program— The south Cresco M. & D. club met Wednesday at Mrs. Ralph Morgan's, 24 members attending. Roll Gillespie, David Shumway, Cameron Shterk, Jack Spongberg, and Jack Carlson. The afternoon was spent playing party games and party contests, with each little person receiving a prize. After the games the guests were seated around a large table which was decorated in pink and white stream- 'TWS IS the Rev. F..E. Burgess, •*• <who comes to Algona to succeed the Rev. Jos. Edge as pastor of the ^Methodist church. The Rev. Mr. Burgess was formerly at Sheldon. Cut courtesy of Sheldon Mail. Peace Quotations. The rest of the program is: talk, What Price, Peace?, Helen Vogel; book review, Peace With Honor, Mary Wood; and music, Erna Baars, Burt school music instructor. call was answered with ' events. A report on the current - . _____ _______ _________ _ county rs, flowers, and balloons, which [ federation of Women's clubs held ere later given to the little folk. at Burt given by Mrs. 0. S. A lunch of white and pink ice Moore. Mrs. B. F. Sparks gave an cream and cake, candies, and nuts , interesting report on her trip to ; Florida and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn san g two solos. Guests of the club Harie's Beauty salon called at the were Mrs. George Bell, Jamestown, Walrath home to extend birthday N. D.; a Miss Robinson, Fargo, N. greetings to little Jean. They were D -: Mrs - H - E > Morgan; and Mrs. was served. At 6 o'clock the em- jloyes of Kresensky's store and Birthday is Observed— Mrs. Chris Wallukait entertained at 6:30 dinner Wednesday evening In honor of her husband's birthday anniversary. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Furst, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Finn, Algona;' Mr. and Mrs. Hans Wallukait, Rutland; Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Sexo and Hazel Pate, Humboldt. The group spent the evening at Bancroft. Mr. and 1 Mrs. Wallukait observed their twelfth wedding anniversary Friday at home. To Attend Federation— Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer, Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Margaret Durant, and Mrs. Robert Larson will attend the district Federation of Woman's clubs meeting at Carroll this week Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs: Cretzmeyer is chairman of the music division; Miss Durant, chairman of the literature division; Mrs. Woodward, county chairman; and the Methodist choir nt her home Thursday evening. Members of the choir are Burton Thorpe, Elneanor Thorpe, Gladys Bleghler, Bob McCullough, Irene Stnnsbury, Mrs. A. E. Michell, Mrs. Donald llutchins, Mrs. Kermit Forbes, and Donald Johnson, and the director. A. E. Gonrich. After an hour of practice a social evening was held ]followed by light refreshments. •Mrs. G. S. Mahoney entertained ;the E. T. W. bridge club Wednesday afternoon at her home. Mrs. ;Meta Redfield won high prize, Mrs. i Heinle Brown, low, and Mrs. Bert jCronnn won the travel prize. The .club meets every two weeks from ! which meaning the name of the ;club is derived, E. T. W. There are nine members of the club. A two- course luncheon was served after ,the afternoon of bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Dau observed their 13th wedding anniversary Friday. In the evening a group of | friends surprised them by "drop- 1 ing in" with well-filled lunch bas- (kets. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Engel, Mr. and Mrs. In- gelbretson Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Etherington, Helen Sterling, Arno Holm, Tommy Frankl, and Edw. Wittkopf. The evening was spent socially and at cards. Mrs. Walter Good entertained the Thimble club at her home a week ago Monday. Guests who attended were Mesdames A. A. Bishop, Albin Spongberg, Vernon Spongberg, W. C. Steele, 0. Si Stepsenson, Anton Anderson, G. L. Vohs, W. S. Windell, Walter Roberts. Alma Nelson and Edna Smith. The afternoon was spent sewing and socially. At 4:30 a light luncheon was served by the hostess. The Men's club of the Presbyterian church entertained the wives Thursday evening at a covered dish supper and program. Gaylord D. Shumway gave an address 'The Place of the Church in the Commu- •^ i cciui^b LU iuLm jmiii, ijiey were -^*> ^'-M>J. *•••« -^j. ±mji&uii, emu itua. », T ' " .«™-», i*m* Mrs. Don Gardner, Laura Hansen, Eelmar Angus, both of Algona. The i* lrs ; parson, a delegate. Mrs. Her- Ardella Hovey, Leona Stewart, and next meeting will be held October "f.™ Cotter, also a delegate, will be Mrs. Marvin Clement. Jean was 30 at the Cresco Methodist church. he recipient of many birthday tok- ITte families of the members will Fifth Birthday is Observed— Little Marlene Gillespie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Gillespie, be guests. Delphian Club Sleets— The Delphian club unable to attend. _ Wedding Anniversary Observed- celebrated her fifth birthuav anni- ! gona this noon (Tuesday.) This is Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchins observed their 30th wedding anni- had one versary Friday evening by enter- o'clock luncheon at the hotel Al- ; taining their family at 6:30 dinner. between their first meeting of the year, o'clock. I Members of the club are the Mes- Tlie little guests were Jerry Lee I dames W. G. McCullough, A. E. Puffer, Corwith, Mary Gadd, Bon- I Michel, H. L. Gilmore, M. J. Streit, versary Friday afternoon the hours of 3:30 and 5 nie Durnin,.Mary Stebritz, Maxine Gibson, Jean Walrath, Mary Alice Schore, and Patty Olson. The hostess was Mrs. Gillespie and assisting were Mildred Ritthardson and Mesdames C. I. Mansmith, Manus Burt, Philip Puffer, with, Mrs. R. H. Thressa Hanafin. was spent playing party games, Raymond Norton, D. D. Paxson, John McEnroe, D. P. Smith, N. C. Rice, C, H. Cretzmeyer, L. J. Bonar, L. G. Baker, Milton Norton, George Their three sons Paul, La Crosse • Wis.; Eugene and family and Donald and family, Algona, were present. Paul is engaged in air-conditioning and engineering at La Crosse, Eugene is in business with his father here and Donald is an Electrolux salesman. J-J. \J, J_rtin.Gl j J.1AI JUJJJ Ai Ul L<Ji-lj VTCU1 £C ; « , ium Vance, H. M. Potter, and H. E. ! Sn , r ' )ns< l Part * ls Given— Geo. I Woodward, Whittemore. After the 1 Mrs - Oscar Anderson was taken Cor- i luncheon a business meeting was : by surprise Sunday evening when nity and the high quartet, consisting school boys' of Richard Keen, Richard Norton, Merle, and Donald Johnson sang. They were accompanied by Barbara Haggard. Mrs. Rae Asher entertained her bridge club last week Tuesday af- ternon at a. dessert luncheon. Members of the club are Mesdames H. M. Qlson C. D. Schaap, J. G. Mc- Dowe'll, C. C. Shierk, Sherman Anderson, B. T. Aagard, S. W. Meyers. Mrs. John Morgan was a guest of the club taking Mrs. Shierk's place. Mrs. Olson won the high score and Mrs. McDowell won second. The Bel' Canto Music club held a regular meeting Wednesday af- ternon at the home of Mrs. George Vance. After a business meeting Mrs. M. G. Bourne presented an interesting address on the beginning of music and the steps of improvement throughout the centuries. Group singing then ended the meeting. Attending the county Legion Aux- na Unit were the Mesdames Carol day at Lone Rock from the Algona Unit wer the Mesdames Caro Poster, E. W. Evans, Harry Hargreaves, Wm. Dau.^ James Burns H. E. Stephenson, G. D. Brundage G. H. Ogg, and Twilla Bartholomew, and Eleanor Fraser. The First Lutheran Women's Misionary Society will meet this Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the church parlors. Hostesses are the with Mary Stebritz winning a prize. The tiny folk were seated large table decorated with Guderian and. held and then Mrs. Paxson review- " Sroup of friends arrived to help Mesdames Ross Calhoun, James The afternoon | ed the book, Silver Fleece, by Rob- ner celebrate her birthday annt- i Davidson, and Victor Johnson. The versary. The evening was spent P r °S r ani leader will be Mrs. Alma socially and a lunch was eaten at Nelson. Bring in boxes of bless- Walberg's. Those present were the ', in & s at tm ' s meeting. at a Halloween witches, jack-o-lanterns, etc. The cake was decorated to represent a merry-go-round with animal crackers around the outer edge and stick candy. Ice cream and cake were served in'a mellow ert Cillis. IJerneyce Roderick is IVed— Berneyce Roderick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Roderick, Ventura, and Edward G. Geilenfeld, Algona, were married Sunday morning at 8 o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, with the Rev. Mr. Hopgham, Ventura, officiating Messrs, and Mesdames L. S. Muckey, Gene Wray. and Louis Lynk. SSth IVeddinpr Date Obserred— Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson observed their 58th wedding anni- Mr. and Mrs. Antone Johnson held a Methodist Sunday schoo party board meeting at their home Wednesday evenig. Mr. Johnson is the superintendent. After a bus- inese meeting Mrs. Johnson serv- glow of children candle light, were seated When they were th6 jat the single ring ceremony, 'bride was dressed in brown .„„„ versary Friday at their home. They ed a light luncheon to the guests The :ieceived callers and also were re- and 15 members of the board at- silk i c ' nle nts of many long distant tele- iven whistles and Halloween caps. Marlene was the recipient of many birthday tokens. suit with brown accessories. After ; J Dnone calls from friends and rela- tended. The Algona Woman's club Faculty Tarty is Given— The faculty and their wives held an October party at the Call state park last Wednesday evening at the wil The was served a wedding breakfast the bridal tives wishing them many happy re- I meet Friday at the- library. illt couple left for San Diego, Calif. j turns - They were marr >ed in Post- ' subject of the afternoon will be at! To „:„ „ ' nnd have lived here for Drama, and there will be an ex" change program with the Emmets- Gronp to Make Bandages— | c..^wTffiSta afa'^^rS: C ' H6yen and MrS ' Bailey ' EmmetS at 2:30 at Mrs. The bride had been employed «.. i „„ the Kossuth hospital and the tij years bridegroom had been employed at the Wray service station. Musical Program is Planned— W. F. M. S. of the Methodist r e its annual guest luncheon Thursday at 1:15 at burg Friday club. The program will be under the direction of Mrs. H C. afte.rnoon SSSi"ne?±; ATate^* church. A musical pro.rami^" -P«t making white cross tne cnurcn. A musical program it. . -!'«-"•- "mn.iu B W i will be given. Mrs. M. G. Bourne banda ses for medical use Don void, Gwendolyn Bloker, Audrey .„ . Fritz, Katherine Carlson, Ruth Ar- w .' 11 ^ lng a selection; Mrs. nold, Fern Pederson, Evelyn Gra- "utchins, Piano selection; Mrs. ham, Naomi Hewitt, Bertha God- Kermlt Forbes and Mrs. Vaughn frey, Josephine Hughes, J. G Me- Rlsln e. vocal duet; Mrs. Walter Dowell, Hattie Wilson Margaret Roberts ' Mrs - Arthur Anderson, Eglund, Harvey Littrell, Jane Ha- and Mrs " Don Hu tchins will play a bin, C. E. Ridenour, Paul Berger, strlns tno ' Mrs - H - M - ols °i win Dorothy Reif, Byron Arnold Leona glve a travelogue on "Arabia." Krampe. Barbara Moyle, Ross f'ut- . _f;_^l ?; McCullough will give a Quinby, ~ -•"-""' Mrs. Fred Powell and Mrs. Andrew Godfredson entertained at six tables of bridge Friday afternoon at. the Powell home. Mrs. George Mahoney was high; Mrs. Helen i Laing second high; 'Mrs. Amy Other Society -Geering, low; and Mrs. David King Mrs. Vaughn Rising entertained "ZreThan 25 attended the Fel- and for foreign hospitals. overseas ler, Alvena Miller, Esther Ruth Stansbury, Doris White", Florence Young, Margaret Fussel, Hilbert Rasmusson, Carmen Raskopf, Lawrence Findlay, Gladys Prescott,, elt Antoinette Bonnstetter, David Phil- ! lips, and Supt. 0. B. Laing. An initiation program was held for the welcome to a11 the new members. hilarious time was enjoyed. Los Angeles Visitor Honored- Mrs. Harry McCorkle and Mrs. X. V. Lowe entertained at the former's home Friday evening at a party honoring Mrs. Carl Jensen, Los Angeles, who was the former Lois Gillet. Guests were Mesdames Walter Mi Verne (iirl Wed Here— The marriage of Lucinda Nie- Lu Verne, and Gilbert Burn- Kansas City, Mo., took place Wednesday evening, October 13, at the Methodist parsonage, with the Rev. F. E. Burgess officiating in a ! double ring ceremony. Evelyn I Bush, Algona, was the maid of hon- j or, and Lonny Green, Livermore, was the best man. Both the bride and bridesmaid wore blue silk crepe street dresses with black accessories. The bridal couple will farm near Lu Verne. Dessert Luncheon is Given- Mrs. S. B. French entertained at a 2 o'clock dessert luncheon \t her The evening was spent playing contract, after which a lunch was served. The tables were decorated in colors of black and orange, Halloween favors, autumn leaves, and fall flowers. Mrs. C. N. Aalfs won high and Mrs. Jensen was presented with a guest prize. Mrs. N. V. Lowe also entertained Friday evening at a 7 o'clock dinner and bridge party at her home honoring Mrs. Jensen. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ray McCorkle, Dr. and Mrs. Harry McCorkle, Omega McGrath, and Bernlce Storm. The evening was spent playing contract, with Bernice Storm winning high score and the guest of honor, Mrs. Jensen, won low score. Alfjonians at Legion Meet— The combined fall eighth distiict meeting of Legion and Auxiliary held last Wednesday at Fort Dodge was attended by Eleanor Fraser and Mesdames E. W. Evans, James Burns, H. E Stephenson, G. D. Brundage, John Button, Leon Merritt, Carroll Foster, Fred Bartholomew and in the evening Mr. and _-3 afternoon was spent playing contract. Mrs. A. L. Long won high score, Mrs. Jos. Greenberg, second, Mrs. W. G. McCullough, low, and Mrs. L. A. Copp won the cut prize. Mrs. S. B. French will leave for her home at Hollywood Sunday. Shower for October Bride— Mrs. Lyle Bernum, nee Burdine Towne, was honored at a post-nuptial shower Wednesday evening at ! the home of Adra Yeoman. Four- j teen guests, most of them her former schoolmates, were present to shower advice upon the bride. The evening was spent' socially and at making a scrap book for the bride's ,use in future years. The honoree | was the recipient of many lovely and useful gifts. Luach was served by the hostess. Union M. & D. Club to Meet— The Union Mothers and Daughters club will meet Thursday afternoon with Helen Vogel, Burt, Mame Hofius assisting hostess. The program for November 4 will be given at this time, the two dates being reversed. Roll call will be COLWELL'S LIVE STOCK AUCTION Friday, October 22 1:30 P.M. Fair Grounds, Algona Sale Every Friday We had a nice lot of stock last week, even though it was a bad snowy day. Mixed lots of pigs, boars, bucks, veal calves, CDWS, bulls, some extra good white face calves, and a lot of stock steers and heifers. Will have some good white face calves again, weighing around 325 pounds at this sale. Be sure to see them, along with our usual run of live stock. Expect another good sale. Possibly a team of cheap work horses. Bring in what you have to sell, you will meet a good bunch of stock buyers, feeders, and speculators. \ NO SALE, NO CHARGE. H. M. Colwell, Mgr. COLWE1L BROS., Aucts. IOWA STATE BANK, Clerk. Barn Plione 898. tfat at her home Thursday afternoon at os-] a bridge party honoring Mrs. S. D. lowshlp club masquerade the Presbyterian church Wednos day evening. Mrs Cliet Bellinger. French, who left- recently for her and Atho Hardgrovo had charge of ! home- at Hollywood. There wero the program. Mr. and Mathes will entertain party. Lbuise Smith was Mrs. Lyle at tho next pleasantly surprised Wednesday evening when a group of her girl friends arrived to help her celebrate her 18th birthday anlversary. A picnic supper was held at the Dlackford park in honor of the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ren*-, Mr; and Mrs.'Marlon Renz, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lamb, Waterloo, tho Harold Lamprlght and family, and Mrs. Mary Lamprlght were Sunday visitors and dinner gue-st at the homo of the P. L. Tribons. Mrs. James Neville entertained two tables of bridge In play after which the hostess served a lunch. A regular monthly meeting of the Section. No. 6 creamery organi- witlon will bo hold Thursday at tho Country club, with Albert Granzow presiding. A covered dish luncheon will follow tho af- ternon program. Tho Homebu'ildor's Sunday school class of tho Methodist church will have a regular dinner party at the church this evening (Tuesday). Mr nnd Mrs. Antone Johnson are chairmen for this month's party. The Wa-tan-yc club met Tuesday evening at an informal party at the homo of " <i "KM Lcola Uurr. SPECIAL BLANKET! 1 PROMOTION I BLANKET NIGHTS I are here at | The Chrischilles Store {= Blanket time is here—the first cold nights bring the urgent H need for warm bed coverings. In the face of scarcity andrij H ing costs, this store has the largest stock of high grade S size blankets in its history at LAST YEAR'S PRICES! g You will buy your blankets here at savings of from 10 percent! = to 25 per cent, besides getting a selection of qualities andiiz-f jj es which makes this SPECIAL PROMOTION of paramount S importance to every family in this county. Buy now f H these unusual savings. | BIGGEST VALUE IN YEARS) Reposa: A 5 per cent wool Blanket with 4-in. sateen binding. Approximate wt. 4£ Ibs. Block plaids in all colors Nashua Blankets Snowdon: Our finest qualityl all cotton blanket. Soft fleet; nap, size 72-in. by^ nr | 84-in. Plaids in all \ 1 UN colors Y llU 1 —Based on Last Years Prices- Extra Special A Faribo blanket of all wool measures 72 by 84 inches, 3 Ib. weight, 4- in. taffeta binding. Choice of all good colors. • $7.95 Homer est: Another good quality 5 per cent wool blanket, 3-inch „» ' ateen binding, size 72 by CQ $ V« ' — ^^ ™ •—•»-"*^*»« p^*A, S 84 inches . Admiral: 25 per cent wool. A fine blanket with the luxury of all wool. 4- inch sateen binding, Plaid* ~' m a complete color range -------- __ Blankets; In plain . te. Sixes 70 by 99 inches. $1.29 Thii >» the Right Time to Buy Blanket. Extra Special Barton: A S Pf cent wool pl* 1 ^ bound with 3J/*h iateen binding* colors blue, ro»e, green, and Size 70-in. uif, 3 Ib- price $2.59

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