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TWO COUNT* APtANOfi. ALflQKA. JOWA Broken Vertebra in Neck fatal for Burt Qtizen LEWIS LARSON, 81, DIES FROM FALL AT HOME _ „ T . T 0 , Burt, Jan. 9--Lewis Lai-sen, 81, met with a fatal accident last week )John Tuesday, when he fell down stairs Former Junkermeir Girl at Ledyard Dies Jan. i th iLedyard, Jan. 9 — Relatives here received word Saturday of the death of Mrs. Valletta Neilson, iStorm Lake. Before marriage she Vanetta Junkermeler, and she the daughter of Mr . Bnd Mrs . Jlmkermelel . Rembrandt. servlcea were to be held early in the morning and suffered at Rembrandt thls week Tuesdayi fracture of the third vertebra in alld from here who planned to at . the neck. He also suffered a gash tend were he( , s]ster> Mrg A]fred I? l e j a u e- , i « VaS U i ! 'Schadendorf, the letter's husband; KoBSUth hospital for an x-ray but her grandmather Mrs . Carl Krm l as nothing could be done for him, ersmeier; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred he was brought back. He died early Kramerameier, Irvin, Arthur, John, aivd Albert Kramersmeier, Messrs. next morning. ,.,,„. , . Funeral services were held Sat- . ftml Mesdames L. H., Fred, and rda afternoon a the Presber- Wooden Wedding Celebrated— 'Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Nitz entertained at New Year's in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clark, Lakota, who were celebrating their fifth wedding anniversary. Attending: the Otto Langes, Elmore; the Max Nitz family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nitz, daughter Deloris, the Adolph Poppes, the Robert Weilers, Mrs. Mary Poppe, the L. D. Maynes, Mrs. Ella Gelhaus, daughter Luetta, Mrs. Rose Moulton, son Jack, Edw. Munyer, and Mr. and Mrs Henry Blome. Chicago Visitors Go Home— Mr. and Mrs. William Behrends and Anton Anderson are returning to their homes at Chicago this week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Behrends had spent a week with the women's mother, Mrs. Gus Anderson, and the Anton Andersons arrived on Christmas day. Mrs. Anton Anderson and a son are here £™:rs*s^«^sir-- ss urday afternoon at the Presbyter-j Edw . Junkermeler, and Mr. and Ian church, the Rev. J. M. Doms M rs. Henry Severe conducting, and burial was made in the Bunt cemetery. Mr. Larsen was born October 2, 1857, in Denmark, and came to the United States when he was 22. He settled at Forest City, and there was married to Elsie Peterson. In 1891 they moved to Irvington, but in 1896 came to Portland township, and in 1909 moved into Burt. In 1918 Mrs. Larsen died, and on August 17, 1919, Mr. Larsen was married to Hedwig Rassmusen al Chicago. She survives, also two sons: James, Olivet, 111.; Martin Titoii'ka. Mrs. Henry Nelson, Titonka, is a daughter. A third son, Peter, died some years ago. Hawcotts JC<MV Years Hosts— The R. F. Hawcotts entertained the Rev. and Mrs. A. H. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Algona, the Harris Wndsworths and Mrs. James Wadsworth, Lone Rock, Mrs. William Rath, and the latter's daughter Charlene at New Year's dinner. Next day Mr. and Mrs. Burl Ellis, Spirit Lake, daughter Patty Ann, Mrs. John Boom, George, with three children, visited the Hawcotts. and the Booms stayed till the following Monday, when they went to Garner to visit Mrs. Boom's brother, the Rev. V. V. Schuldt. Tuesday the Henry Engstroms and the William Turners were dinner guests of the Hawcotts. Canadian is Visitor Here- Mrs. Freda Bauman, St. Benedict, Sask., arrived a week ago last Wednesday for a visit at her sister Mrs. Lydia Koestler's. Mrs. Koestler, Mrs. Bauman, Donald Nordin, the James Christiansens, the George Koestlers, and Florence Heerdt spent New Year's at the |illm Clifford Kranz home, Titonka, and ton Donald remained there for a few days' further visit. Last week Monday Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Koestler, Blue Earth, their son Otto, and Mr. and Mrs. August Baunian, Lakota, were at Mrs. Lydia Koestler's. Among the Hurt Sick— Among persons sick is Mrs. J. H. Graham, who suffered a relape a week ago, after having been up and around for a few days Her sister, Mrs. R. A. Iliff, Webster City, is caring for her. Edw. Chafe e is also seriously sick. A son of Mr. and Mr. Clark Godden arid the small baby of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Marlow have pneumonia. Gary Reynolds is reported seriously sick. Helen Schwietert is caring for the Marlow baby. Lutherans in Annual Meet— of the Luth- tlie church parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fosgren, Swea City. Alvln Knsches are Hosts— Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Busch entertained at a New Year's dinner the Win. Lloyds, the John Mantheis, the Warren and J. A. Llodys, the Albert Kramersmeiers, and Mrs. Fred Busch. Friday night the Busches entertained at an oyster supper, and guests were Mr, 'and Mra. Albert West, the Virgil Laukes, the Alfred Millers, the Cecil and Willis Plngles, and the Alfred Busches. Former Teachers Make Calls— LUTHERANS AT SWEA CITY IN ANNUAL MEET The V. A. Barretts, Troy, were calling on old friends here Saturday. Both Mr. and Mrs. Barrett were for some years local teachers,, and Mr. Barrett is now superintendent of.a consolidated school. Other Ledyard News. Stephen Powers drove to Cedar Falls last week Tuesday to take his daughter Kathryn, Alvira Halverson, and Beulah Looft -back to the State Teachers college. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, with the son Duane, went to Lu Verne Sunday and with Lottie and Jnnette Mason there visited the William Rileys, West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson, with the son Duane, attended a Patterson New Year's family reunion at L. J. Liclity's, Lu Verne, last week Monday. The Raymond Barslous, George Hagge, and the latter's daughter Alyce attended a New Year's eve party at Edward Hagge's,' Buffalo Center. Mrs. Theodore Green and her new daughter were brought home last NEWLYWEDSARE HONOREES AT A FENTON PARTY Julia Ames to Charles J. Darsee Akron, N. Y. The marriage took place on Christmas day. The bride is a former Fenton teacher. Pneumonia Pntlent Improved— Bobbie Mitchell, who lives with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Weisbrod, has pneumonia and was a patient part of last week in a hospital in Algona. He was iSwea City, Jan. 9—The Immanuel Lutheran church held its annual meteing last week Tuesday. Officers were elected: Ole Roalson and Robert Bexdll, deacons; J. August Peterson, Cecil Thoreson, Martin Dahl, trustees; PhHlp Hoi- comb, S.'S. superintendent; Mrs. Lloyd Gardner, assistant; Emma Nelson, organist; A. B. Tweeten, choir director; Richard Anderson and Lloyd Thoreson, delegate and alternate respectively to the next church conference; Albert Swanson and Carl Anderson, delegate and alternate respectively to a dls- trcit meeting; Mrs. J. H. Holcomb, Mrs. John 'A. 'Anderson, Orville Thoreson, Walter Ogreen, music committee; Albert Swansoh, Elvin Linde, Lyle Skromme, Wallace Johnson, Carl Drew, ushers; L. C. Knutsen, Jdhn Drew, Myron Johnson, auditing committee; KeUjs Fifty Years Wed- On Christmas day Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kelly celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at their home northeast of Swea, City, where they have lived 37 years. Alll the children and the families came for a reunion dinner, bringing gifts for the oldiweds. The children are Mrs. Howard Pioht, Shell Rock; Mrs. Clyde Sanders, of Lakota; Mrs. J. August Peterson, of Swea City; Marlon Kelly, Elmore; and Otto and Everett, Swea City. Accident Victim Recovering— The Floyd Smiths, of East Chain, Minn., sipent Sunday here with the parental Mr. and Mrs. John Reutzel. Mr. Reutzel can nofw walk about the house, after having been laid up 14 months with a crushed foot. 'He spends several hours daily in practice on a clarinet, on wihieh he is a performer of considerable ability. He has served as first chair clarinetist in the municipal band. CORWITH OLOTIMER ENTERS A CONTEST Corwlth, Jan. 9 1 —A. A. Johnson, Corwith, has entered a contest sponsored by the National Printer- Journalist to locate the oldest old- time printer. The winner will be awarded a trip to Sacramento, Calir,, a gold medal, the title, "King of Oldtime Printers," and a cash prize as official printer for the] PORTLAND Mrs. Suttinef Barton* WM 698 Wednesday afternoon to Mesdames Mike Arendrt, Victor Applegate, George Lafjlen, and J. H. Zfthke, and the women planned the year's programs for the Portland Progress club. . Elda Jandt spent from last week Sunday till the following Wednesday with the home if oiks. She operates her owii beauty shop at Iowa Falls and has a good patronage. Messrs, and Mesdames 1 John Schneider and Alfred Oodfredson .were Wednesday guests of the I. Ostergaarda, Swea City, who are former Pontlanders. for the Sacramento-Golden plre Centennial. Em _ , Mrs. Hazel Atherton, of Nebraska, arrived Thursday for a few Mr. Johnson, who will be 97 in February 24, was setting type in the government printing office at Washington, D. C., at the close 'of the Civil war, and he has followed the trade ever since. He etill contributes weekly ,two columns of religious matter. to the Corwlth Hustler, all type for which is hand set -and distributed by himself. Due to Mr. Johnson's advanced age, and to the fact that he is still active in the trade, there is* believed to be little doubt but that his entry will win for him the honors in the contest. A Des Moines Register-Tribune reporter and a photographer who were sent here to cover the Corwith Methodist debt-cancellation ceremonies held last week Sunday learned that Mr. Johnson had en- days at George Lannltig's. Mrs. Lanning spent the week after Christmas at JDmmetaburg with her sister, Mrs. George Godden. ' , The Portland Peppy Pals will meet Saturday, January 21, with Lavonne, Margaret, and Rose Ma- . Mrs. Ralph Roberts entertained .the Helping -Hand club at 1 o'clock .lundheon Thursday. , Young folks here who attended a skating party at Tttonka Friday night included Virginia Patterson, .Viola Trenary, Alvin Godfredson, Frank Becker, Lee and Iva Marie Brayton, Donald Weber, Mary Lee Wolfe, and Marilyn Long. , lona Godfredson spent from last week Sunday til) the following Wednesday at Jewell with the Sterling Johnsons and the Rex Aus- daughter, Mrs, CeclUtong, were .Thursday Ateffidon visitor* at Mrs. .Walter Fliiilsiich's. " ' • , Mr. and MM. Cecil Long entertained Mr. and Mrs. Harold Water- .bury and the G. 0. McFarlands at Sunday dinner, , Darrell McFarland was sick last .week with the flu and Was absent .from school several days. , J. H, Zjmke spent .tlhe week after .Christinas at Rochester and Went .through the Mayo clinic. His troubles were diagnosed as mlaplaced .vertebra and bad teeth. He Is now Improving. Graduated at £>»IIBI, aim Jflnnel, was >• flon of Mr. Jan. 9_ and ' Ames, o »%* •Wfth a B. s. degr« B ,„ •He majored in dairy "^ *rt wa 8 born and y indu> attended the «te«U n 1928 . ^ >° months business of.e«™. A year at Mm u ' l l Junior college follotVH then enterprt <!,„ <,. c "' &M* . - tered the contest, and so got that ""I 8 , 1 story also. They called at Mr. • Mrs - s - M - Peterson, who had Johnson's home, where they took spent two weeks at Waterloo, re* ---- J "— J — ~ piotures, and gathered data for an accompanying story of Corwith's oldest citizen. WEST BEND turned Sunday. She visited her daughters, Mrs. Clarence Larsen and Mrs. Harold Nelson. Mrs. Wyott Stott had a group of neighbor 'women for Fenton, Jan. 9-Announcement _ was made recently of the marriage Three to St. Paul School— Winston Kerber. William age of Ferdinand Meyer, Waverly, son , , * UgUSt Meyer ' o£ . telman ' and Victor Schneling Han- daughter of Mr. | turned to Concordia cdlleee St «„„,,„ r,,,.,,^.. Paul , Iast week Mo af t e - ^t. "">»'"• with their respective par- Snyder, Dunlcer- The ceremony was performed at " -• "— 1* v» *. w t liiCU tl L the home of the bride's parents on Christmas Sunday. The bride had been employed at child welfare work at Waterloo. The couple are living at Waverly, where Mr. Meyer is manager of the Jack Sprat store. The couple were honorees at a Party at August Meyer's here on New Year's day. Bunco was play- ents here. First Child i s Born- Mr. and Mrs. Mike Besch Parents of an 8%-lb. Friday, December 30, son, the The annual meeting erans was held at Thursday, with dinner at noon The Aid also met and elected officers: Mrs. Henry Kueck, Lone Rock president; Mrs. H. E. Rachut, vice; Mrs. Floyd Koepke, secre- ' a ' T; * Irs - R - A - Bleich, treasurer. ine A\alther League met the same niglH^ with Richard and Harold Weiske as hosts. ->Irs. lUcich Loses Urolher— G. W. Bleich went to Lewlsville, Minn last week Sunday to attend the funeral of his wife's twin Bother. William Seeman. Mrs Bieich, who had been there several days, came home with her husband. Hurt Citizen liises~Uii(;lc— H. A. Thompson was called to Minneapolis Thursday by word of the death of an uncle, Chris ."rs'da^ 1 - errtc » — Tom Trainer at Ho7,>it a l_ Tom Trainer went to Iowa City Miversu y - ho.- *" operatlon at tlle aid took himjisjai-jis MasonVity" Leaves for Florldalfoiiie— Donald Stow left Thursday for his home at Pensacola, Fla., after spending a week here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. p. „-, . " • —«'i~u »TCIQ LJIU.J- i ~ n f~ ed prizes were won by Mrs. Andy f" * Johnson, Algona; Mrs Fredi mer Boettcher, Mrs. Mary Mittag, and I Walter Krause. Other guests included Arthur Meyer, Mrs. Mary Mittag, and Mrs Krause; Mrs. Andy Johnson and Tom Frank], Algona; Lydia Meyer Waverly; and Messrs, and Mesdames Herman Hintz, Fred Boettcher, Fred Meyer, William and Erail Elmers, William Meyer; and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Theis, Ban- T-> , ,, is the Pearl Higley, Whittemore, Shower for Recent Bride— A miscellaneous shower are horn first former Clifford Alvira Laabs, Methodist church, were was giv- Haase, the at Favorite Three-Year-Old Child Dies— Funeral services were held at West Bend Friday for (Jhe 3-year- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William De Mohs. The child died Wednesday of pneumonia, following an operation for appendicitis at ?? . Estherville 'hospital. The De Mohs family came here from West nfh f-^ SPri other children. There are Motticr Dies from Childbirth— wp^\ a n d M J S - CIayton R °alson went to Omaha last Monday to at- end the funeral of Mrs. Henry Landine, who died of heart failure of a daughter Sat- December 31- «er husband The Rodman basketball teams Played a double header against the local ' high school teams * here Thursday evening. The West Bend boys won a 26-20 score, and tlhe local girls ailso won, 59-24 score Geraldine Gearhart was high scorer for West Bend with 26 points. 'Mr. and Mrs. Axel Hansen drove to Minneapolis last week Tuesday and brought home their daughter Juanita for a week's vacation. Miss wansen is taking nurse's training at Rochester, but had .been "affiliating in a Minneapolis hospital three months. She returned Monday to Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Thorston Satern drove to Des Moines Saturday for a quilting Mr, Mrs. the lattel " s Butcher's. . iv »v . Carpente r spent Wednes- t her sister Mrs - Ted Thursday. They remained for an oyster supper and the evening at cards. The husbands came for supper and the evening. The guests were Messrs, and Mesdames Clyde Brlsitow, Claude Sigsbee, Tom Trenary, and Ted Rlngsdorf Mr. and Mrs. Claud Sigsbee were entertained at W. J. Stewart's last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. Sigsbee and lier son Howard lately did an interior painting job at the new j Sigsbee home three miles southeast of Burt to which tflie Slgsbees will move March 1. Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt, Lone Rook, and her son Howard were dinner guests of the Sigsbees Saturday and in the afternoon accompanied Mrs. Sigslbee to Algona. • 'Mrs. G. 0. McFarland and her Lois Graham, Burt, Weds Mason Cityan Burt, Jan. 9^-Lols, daughter of Mr. and Mra J. D. Graham, and John, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Emmert, Mason City, were married at noon last week Sunday at the home of the bride's parent* here, the Rev. C. B. Mitchell, Buffalo Center, performing the ceremony. The couple was attended by Prances Emmert, sister of the bridegroom, an'd Glenn, brother of -the bride. Only the immediate families attended the wedding. The bride Is a graduate of the Burt high school who has taught in. the rural schools several years. The newlyweds will farm near Mason City.. On the Frdlay preceding the -wedding the bride was honored al a shower given by Vera Chtpman, Dorothy Brooke, and Marine and Joyce Graham at the Chlpman home, 25 guests attending. To Miami for Month. Corwlth, Jan. 9-^Mr. and Mrs. Carl Long, Corwith, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harriman, Kanawha, left last week Tuesday for a month at Miami, Fla. They traveled via Chicago and in southern Indiana and were to visit two eons of Mr. and Mrs. Harriman. then entered the 1935. Mnlmont, due to cold -relieved,, by first pleasant'swallow u , L Soothes all the way down . from within. Ideal for child THpXINg | take a swallow-waV/ fS if you are not entirely sail* will return your money. Sold liy LUSBY DRUG STORE PIANO MIDGET PIANO '••'" at a sacrifice. Can be bought for balance due. Cjfl,n be seenhin Algona. Write Finance Department WARDELL PIANO GO, Sioux City, Iowa To buy Insurance, clothing, lui hmtfihlngi. . to refinance raj oot, pay oil present contract oi • *onc* mora money and nx psyiumto.. lo pay overdue «.- adrancsd on your own Ami turn and wcurlty. Conwntej payment! to lult your taconmij. to 20 month*. Loco] service..,* quick, conlldentlal f P. J. KOHLHAAS \ Loans :: Insurance j Algona Telephone!; their 2ST last week witl Marilyn Munson has been met croft. presented *o the Farm Women Study Project- ine farm women in Dist. No 1 studied cost of adequate meals and S Sa , Vi ' lg by su ' b stituting home products for commercnl P'-oducts last week TuesZy und el . leadership of Mrs. w. C HeUeT "' 'l^'f-M?J Sted b . y her Daughter' Fenton this Kx-]{urt Woman Reported Sick— Mrs. James Reibhoff is reported cntically sick at a son's at Eagle Other Hurt News. The Rev. and Mrs. Arthur 'Schuldt of Mapleton, visited * m s o week Sund ay to Monday at Mrs. Schuldt's brother Dr B K Bahnson's. They went on to Gar" er 4° vis ^ Mr. Schuldt's brother, the Rev. V. V. Schuldt, tbe Methodist pastor there. Ruth Thompson, employed at Ames visited from a week ago Saturday till the following Monday A ™ l r parents - Mr. and Mrs. H. was tle ect on the which reading •t Other Fenton. The Methodist W. F. M. and Ur l a J St the Church r and leaders were Mrs Lester Weisbrod and Mrs. R. c a lesson dealing with '23 Prizes for Holiday Lighting- Prizes of $5, $3, and $2 for the best Christmas lawn decorations *' ele Siven by the merchants' association here and were won by the S P. Eckholms, the A. B. Tweetens, and the Dr. R. M . Mink- A T eS K VeIy ' Judges A. J. Bilsborough, Mrs. ''' Roy , is the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Munson P House w*ves club met T John, and Francis rove to Ute Thursday to ' their brother, Father Bernard i SiSter Bore hardt also had chargf " O f en tertamment, and the refreshment committee was Irene BleckTvenn at supper a week Mra" day evening. Guests were Mr and" Mrs. Julius Gremmels, the R-ed Coast Girl is "Bride— Augusta B - Pehrson has re- announcement of the mar- PM Q ler dau e h ter Florence to Philip Scfouss, Los Angeles The marriage took pl ace November 28 performed by the Rev. Dr. Troy ir a wedding chapel at Los Angeles . Mrs. Schluss are living a 753 Kingsley_Drive, Los Angeles. Swinson Institute "program- The Rev. R. C . Swanson is > n, Clarence Tuesday, and Harold and Don Kefnrn to "Kraua and Edmund ies. college stud- IVatch Party ut C h urch _ -»• Warrh vi« ».i... _ M t JV au . d Mrs. Russell ....,„„„, PI 1 , aa '. Ark - Lieut, and Mrs. L E Fairbanks, Shreveport, La., and two weeks with daughter, Mrs Ames. Mrs I ' Blossom's Clement, metsburg. •Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Habson Marcus, spent New Year's and t he ' following Monday at D. T Hob- The Rev. Carl Sinning, new Lone ^1™\ OT '™»<* T^-day a! , the Rev. J. M . Doms home. Spirit Lake; Schendela, Buffalo Center.' and 'MHS Eve^eu'Dr 1 ' Kl ' aUSe> Mr and Mrs.' Hermtm Dreyer' we^e ^ ?r and his daughter Alice' -- Mrs' MoirSr *™ & ' Wh ittemore; M,f h A 6T He . rman Hintz family and 'he Maurice Wallaces visited at Arthur Kressiu's Thursday evening ^l^ ad AJ; he , a ^a'ntan y ce eV o e f ninS John came two Voigt the l«t ter of Emmetsturg, were at Roph e ? ter Thursday and Friday g ues ?s of their sister Venetta, who i! there. rnt d . w ^ '• Johll 's Lutheran Aid met Wednesday in the chnr«i, iJS. church base- Mrs. Arthur m ent; hostesses, mra Arrh]]r Emmetsburg Lloyd Elston and Hofius, visitors M , ar £ ^ e p ete'rs went to Cedar are brothers GraHam'was taken W. AMUNSON Optometrist Above Bprchard education conventio week Wednesday. H a study group on de ^nristian 'homes. The gen innt- P«.,. i i O**" eral subject for tne program The Christian Challenge to Modern World. th the "half. -BnibS^r^u; man for Swea City. GHier Swea City. th £ h ?...T£ u ™ da y . cl ^ wi'u A. be e With mee ™ ram wi,l meet Tuesday at Mrs. Fred ' » llhe Cassie Andersons have mov ,- Mrs. Anna Berg spent the holi OPTOMETBIST We fit glasses to your own individual needs; after careful test of your eyes. Nothing left to guess. J*° had spent a week at Fa°£' ssfsys- JK ^3 keeper at'the priest's home days witih relatives and friends £'f« a .'*=o,'?rs;!° OR, C, C, SHIERf PODIA TRIS 71 (Foot Specialist) Corns,. Callouses, .Hammer Toes,, etc., are oftetn the symptoms of more serious trouble. Avoid more serious trouble by. prompt attention. Don't neglect your feet. Hutchison Bldg. . Algona Phone 250-W. Need Coal? GRAHAM JANUARY SALE You Cannot Afford to Miss These Savings! WASHED! DUST TREATED! ' BV WAHOL PHOCESS EASY TO FIRE „ LONG 8UH NINt , low, j f , Price -ej^ economical to BLANKETS knit it i_ i $1.98 Bright colorful BEACON BLANKET Big size 70x84 inches f~ Double woven, deep nap. £ Reversible single blankets. |25% wool in colorful pas- jtel and.dark shades. A :real value. Outing Gowns or Pajamas $1 and . $1.19 values Decidedly lower thnn regular values, All Purpose DOUBLE BLANKET A better quality. Lower priced. Your choice, fancy plaids. Five colors to choose froni Full 70x80 size, part wool! Quadriga _ PRINTS 80 square fast colors. Curtains reg. Odd lot curtains, Odd lot men's a . W f>ntcrn Men^s Rockford Child's Rib HOSE A real money saver. Wash Frocb Just Received $1.00 Some of the choicest dress styles and fabrics from our new spring stock await your selection at this clearaway price. Ohliafen's Snow Suits ' clean-up prices. Three special groups at 54,43 $5,33 $6,23 z Featuring one and two-Piece models. Zipper or ^button front jackets. Sizes 4 to 8 years. Underwear Prices Brown or bleached Muslins, yard _„__. 8c 42-in, Tubing, ham's low price -~ Fancy plaid wash cloths, 3 for Turkish towels, fancy piajds 20x40 Pillow cases, 42-in. is a real buy at _,._. 10C 18C _9ej , Look at these Men's part wool union suits Boys'ribbed J^^sl union suits 4l C| Ladies' unions, knee length wtaim cottage *^U $1 v»L 77c " ! ^

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