Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 25, 1939 · Page 5
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.JIBlS . 16 CAMP STAY *&£&& they come Oliver lutd eight girls d Mildred , Mary an* Meyer* and Vaudt. were next, KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGBFIVB : * .A Bftrt)»» Pool came home Thura- I Suiulny vlBltors at A. 0 day from Clear Lake, where she holm' nor 's, Crystal afT at the La Barre cot- Sonerholm Lake Mrs f' Mr.' a Soner- Ancor Ella Hai-iY Lots Reaper, Dorothy : Sparks.-Lotts Creek ' Gengler, Dolores KaV^ier^ [^nrtlP »»« TlSlkta- .1 . \flVEfflrt ^- JGUKIH fg %mK Trella Gard-| TMleen Lleurance. ^ four: Ellen- .»nft;i owa> Heetland, Fentqn: sent Cownn and Mrs. got back WediiRs- weeks at Clear Lake, where they had a rented cot-' tage. Wlldft Davis, Herington, Kans., arrived last week Monday to be guest of Margaret Mary Lynch, •daughter of Attorney and Mrs. Jos. Lynch. ' - George, son of Dr. and Mrs. II. D. Meyer, Lu Verne, spent from Wednesday till Saturday with his Uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer. 'Hose T/nni|)e returned to work at the Chrischilles Store Monday, after a vacation with relatives at clinic. n.t Fort Dodge, will accompany them. C. H. I'mnincrcnlnK was vacationing from Greenberg's auto sun- ply Rtore last week, and with his wife and son Bobby spent Thursday and Friday with relatives at Brooklyn. Mrs. H. 3T. 1'dtlor, with two sons, Grosenbach. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Traul, Ottom^ wa, Liiella Kapp, and 'Bill' Hem- minKson, Woden, fished at Trumble Lake Sunday and had good luck. Mrs. Traiil and Miss Kapp aj'e daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kapp, farmers near Algona. Mary Jane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Neville, and Mary Eller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Halpln, are spending the week at Relmond with Patricia McMurray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen McMurray, former Algonians.- Kathleen Kvnns substituted at County Supt. Shirley's office from Wcdnesay till Saturday. Mr. and! W eeks at Mrs. Shirley are expected back Towne's The Del/ano daughter, Marilyn Lou, spent last week there. Mr. DeLano, who works for the D-X company, is a brother of Mrs. Johnson. Mesdames T. L. Larson, George Stewart Sr., W. J. Fuller, J. W. Little, and T. H. Kirsch, the latter of Fort Dodge, were guests Wednesday of Mrs. Ben Hllsteadt, Boone. The women also visited "the ledges." The Hilsteadts formerly lived in Algona. Mrs. (J. T. Towne and her daughter Betty Lou got home last week Monday from Cass Lake, Minn,, where they had spent two the Algona cabin. Mrs. other • daughter, Mrs. sometime this week from three. Lewis Burnham, Charles City, was weeks in the East. Mrs. E. C. Dick-'also there, inson has been at the office. | -. Mr . an)1 > rrs . i, cwla McWhorter, Tlio T. T. Horhsts and Mrs. I with their daughter Jane, got back Josephine Southgate will go to the i Wednesday from ten days of sight- " | Pocahon'tas and in other parts of I* T^tttrn and Algona uio.-i and Lorena ""aBsi'stiint leader, t . _ ItU 1Ui<a Frances Duffy spent Wednesday and Thursday at Des Moines on a business mission. She is employed i In the office of County Treasurer M. J. Duffy. . Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hicks, with their daughter, left yesterday for , a visit with relatives at Council , a j,°! Bluffs. Mr. Hicks is in telephone left Wednesday for a week or! Okobojis Sunday for two weeks in j seeing and fishing in northern more with Mr. Potter's mother,'a cottage on Bgralharve Beach j Minnesota and southern Canada. Mrs. Ida Potter. Seward, Neb. Mr. I owned by Mrs. Palmer-Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harig, who Potter is with tbe Metropolitan Hollywood, Calif. The Joel Herbsts' made the same trip, got home last Life here. are spending this week there. week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John CleghornJ Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Judy, Brush, Thursday evening dinner guests with their daughter Judith, arrived Colo., spent the week-end with Mr. of Mi 1 , and Mrs. Andy Johnson today for a week's visit at the Gll-jand Mrs. C. H. Simpson here. Mr. J were Mrs. J. E. Murphy, Mr. and bert farm. Mr. Cleghorn is pro- Judy is a brother of Mrs. Simp- Mrs. Emil Valdias, and Mr. and gram director for station WMC,; son, and Mr. Simpson is a travel-, Mrs. B. Jones, all of St. Louis. ing salesman. Mr. Judy is manag-j They are cousins of Mrs. Johnson 4-H a . . along with Mrs. Ruth | employ ]lel . e , home demonstration wm , s (: . olwc ,, ? HAUDAINSIN [CARIBBEAN TOUR w&rs-Srvli Venezuela under date of ii ve ": ., moblne a Ca- "Hamburg Amerika "i'crutee to South Amer" gan 80-mile trip around ," mountains Wednes, flowers are a riot of grow wild. Today ,n' u Curacao, rather a des- S but rich in oil refineries ('•Plenty of bargains, being ..Tomorrow we will go ,e Andes and to. Caracas bookkeeper for the Iowa Culvert & Pipe company, Des Moines, spent the with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Colwell. Orvllle Haines, of the U. S. navy, stationed at Norfolk, Va., is expect- furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Haines. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. M. Naughlon, Waxahachie, Tex,, their daughter Mrs. Paul Larkin, Storm Lake, and her children ,were Wednesday visitors of Julia McEnroe. Mrs. Edwin Wittkopf substituted as bookkeeper at Dau's garage last Memphis, Tenn. . . Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Rasmusson er .of a_ Ford plant at Brush. j and had been fishing in Iowa and Sac City, spent Saturday and Sun- | day with Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer. Mr. Rasmusson, a brother of Mrs. Meyer, is an Investor's Syndicate representative, LiiVonnc Snnkey will begin a two weeks vacation from the Se-jCaughey is a billboard advertiser, curlty State bank late this week,! Mrs. A. A. Itlshop came home ween-cmi aml part of thjs Ume w)n be spent i Thursday from a few days at Iowa Frank Cangheys moved last Wednesday from the house on north Harlan street.owned by Mrs. J. P. Nickerson to one across the street south of the Bryant schoolhouse owned by L. J. DeGraw. Mr. City with her sister Maude McBroom. She visited the Fine Arts Fair, with displays of some of Minnesota lakes. — Mrs. Steward DcLang and Mrs. William .White, Chicago, with their mother, Mrs. Joseph Dorweiler, of West Bend, were Friday guests at County Treasurer M. J, Duffy's. The Mesdames DeLang and White were chums of Mrs. Duffy when all lived at West Bend. Dick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Shackelford, left Saturday inorii- I ing with a college friend for at lakes. She is the daughter of Mrs. Clara Sankey. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Monlux spent Wednesday and Thursday at Iowa Grant Wood's pictures, and heard .tour through the south and west on City with their son Robert. Robert,'a concert given by Lawrence Tib- motorcycles. They expected to be a student in the university, is one belt. | gone six weeks, and will travel of the supervisors at the children's' Attorney and Mrs. E. C. McMa- hospital this summer. j "°u, son Jimmy, and nieces Mary Mrs. It. H. Miller, Mrs. F. E. i Helen and Jean Neary, Omaha, re-, Kent, and Mrs. Antone Johnson I turned Sunday from two weeks at' at Spirit Lake, at the Esteal Behr- were guests last _week of Mrs. M. the Okobojis, where they had a' ends cottage and with friends. She G. Norton at the Norton cottage at rented cottage. Mary Helen and was employed at Spirit Lake last the Okobojis. Mrs. Johnson re--Jean are staying on for two weeks \ summer, but is now clerking at Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Anderson and here. along .the west coast and down around into Texas. Naolni Funk spent the week-end today for a week at Chicago with Mrs. Paul Rleser, the former Deane Arndorfer. Lorraine is a cousin, Lenore a sister of Mrs. Rieser. Lorraine is ^employed at Lnsby's drug, and Margaret at the Algona produce station. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Klamp and Mr. and Mrs. William Dehnert were at Burt Sunday, attending a birthday dinner in honor of J. H, Graham, and other guests were Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Vinaas, Burt, and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Iliff, Webster City. Mr. Graham has for mor< than 40 years been a farm machinery dealer. Dwnlnc Lighter took his mother, Mrs. Clinton Lighter, to Humboldt Thursday, and she remained for a week or so with her daughter, Mrs. LeRoy Peterson. Mr. and .Mrs. Peterson are parents of a 7-lb. daughter, born Thursday noon. The little one has been named Shirley Marie. Mrs. Peterson is the former Marian Lighter. Vincent Hnrn, Marshfield, Calif., left Saturday, after two weeks with Algona friends. He went to Rochester, Minn., Friday for a day with his sisters, Margaret, R. N., and Mary Catherine, employed in a Mayo laboratory. After seeing the New York world's fair, Vincent was to return to California, where he is a student meteorologist'ln the army air corps. Mnxlne Dalley and Louise Wadleigh came home Sunday from two weeks at St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wadleigh, near Lu Verne, drove as far as Mankato to meet the girls, and the St. Paul family the girls visited brought them that far. The two families had picnic dinner together at a state park there. Maxine is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dailey. Wayne Peterson, Minneapolis, is spending the summer with his aunt, Mrs. Albert Clayton, of Cresco township, and at present is helping with harvesting on the Harold Clayton farm. Wayne and Harold are cousins. Wayne, who is •the son of James Peterson, and the grandson, of Mrs. 0. J. Peterson of New Sharon, was also a Sunday Gruenberg and Miss Heise are guest at Foster's. sisters. Mrs. Lavrenz entertained Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gust, Mo- at t]lnnel . Sum]ay in th , hono bile, Ala., with their niece, Jean . .. . - .. . . ' Simmons, is expected today (Tues-| aml °' ther guests were the Loula day) for visits with relatives here, i Heises, Easton, Minn., the John Jean, daughter of Mrs. W. F. Brown, is subject to asthma and lives with the Gusts, being free of the ailment there. Mrs. Gust is the former Abble Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Antone Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson came home Monday from Pine Lake, Minn., where they have a summer cottage. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gruenberg, their children, Mrs. Amalle Heise, and the lalter's daughter Emily, all of Minneapolis spent the weekend at the Mrs. Henry Lavrenz home. Mrs. Heise is the aged mother of Mrs. Lavrenz and Mrs. Duttons, Fred Lavrenz Sr., and Russell Shay, all of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dawson, of Joliet, 111., came Thursday for a Tow days with Mr. and Mrs. 'H. W. Uecker. Mrs. Dawson and Mrs. Uecker are cousins, and Mr. Dawson is pressman for the Joliet Herald-News, and has held that job 30 yours. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lemke, Paullina, were Thursday guests at Becker's, Mrs. Lemke being another cousin of Mrs. Becker, and Theresa Schinatowski, R. N., ,Sioux City, cousin of Mr. Becker, arrived the same day Tor a visit of indefinite length. TUES.-WE1)., JULY 25-26 It's Big Fun! Guaranteed to please Tlf.URS.-FRI., JULY 27-28 Bargain 16c Thurs. Matinee ! Kresensky's. She will leave Sun- [Orchids winds make the r delightful. We are fall- Flove with the tropics. frontofthecardwas: alca produces great quantl- ' bananas, cocoanuts, coffes, Uranges, bread fruit, etc. peaks in the clouds were - at and Fort Mrs. week during the absence of Shir- Ml ". ' and Mrs Wm ' ' Finn were Willard Zelgler, on his motorcy-, day for Chicago to attend a school ,_..,„ ,,.._ „,„.,_„,„_ Wednesday evening dinner guests , cle,^ accompanied^ a group of other ( of ^corsetry^a. week. of the Henry Steiners Dodge. Mrs. Anderson Tailor and Mrs. Clopton spent' and camped out overnight. Will-! and brought home their daughter Sunday and Monday with friends ai 'd is employed at the local thea- Joan, who had been there a week, at Waterloo. Mrs. Clopton is tak- ters. .;.„„, ' ! Mal '>', daughter of the O'Tpoles, Mrs. George G. Cole, of Maxwell, j came with them for a week's ley Vinson. Mrs. Wittkopf formerly worked at Dau's. Jf. Iff. Miller, Oklahoma City, ar- rived'Thursday to join his wife, who has been visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. P. V. Janse. Mr. Miller is a school coach. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Towne, with , n fl vacation this wec k from the the daughter Betty Lou, were Sun- Cn ,. lscnines store, and is spending day guests of Mr. and Mrs. C 0. mogt o£ u at nome _ Towne, Shell Rock, parents of G. j, nura Hanson, bookkeeper at the F. C. 0. is retired. Kresensky store, is taking a vaca-, Mnry Harris is taking a two Uon thlg week and is gpen ding it. the W. weeks vacation from the telephone wjth M] . s Charles Bergfield, Shel- Lake, office. She is spending this week ( , on ' Mrs _ Bergfield formerly with relatives at Wesley, and next clel .] {e ,j at Kresensky's. week will be at Clear Lake. | 3r r . a mi Mrs. W. C. Fuller, Des Mrs. K. D. Schmidt, Storm Lake, MoineS| were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hemphill and Mr. and Mrs.'"Dick" Cowan. Mr. cyclists to Sac City Sunday. This was what is called a "gypsy tour." Some of the party left Saturday i end, Dr. nnd Mrs. Karl R. Hoffman were at Le Mars over the week- visiting the L. C. O'Tooles, with her daughter an ! d the latter's husband, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Christie, New Providence, were guest's from Friday till Monday at C. Dewel cottage at Clear return visit. Mrs. O'Toole is a sister of Doctor Hoffman. Archie Hnines has been having nettle poisoning on his left arm and leg, also on the right arm. Some improvement is now reported. Mr. Haines was cutting weeds last week Monday near his home with her children, Peter and Gret- il Our ship was loaded to- h oil fuel for her engines. cnen> came Thursday for the week a dandy ship and takes the | eu(1 wlth MrSi Schmidt's parents, from the trade winds in fine Mr an( j Mrs. S. E. McMahon. • The Her. and Mrs. F. C. Volzke, with Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Richard- sou, and the latter's son Ray, left Monday for Lake Hattie, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams plan to go to Minneapolis Thursday to attend a national golf tour-! at the north edge of town, and the | nament two or three days. Mr. poisoning took place then. It has Williams is employed by the Hub; been painful as well as extremely 1 Clothiers, and Mrs. Williams is [ "itchy." Plus Gibbons Adventures i'h J-.I.-.T- .W^rs Fuller is connected with a Des Moines grain elevator. Anna Flalg, Lone Rock, is stay- stenographer for Harrington and Lowe. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. P'S SISTER EDITS A YEARBOOK wwi whle the and Mrs. Wm. C. Evelyn Dau and Dau_,_ aiean , Mrs. Rlythe Van Hovcn, AVenat- chee, Wis., and her son Blane, Behrends eight months, arrived Sunday for here, plans to begin studies for the ministry this fall. Members of the Algona Presbyterian Christian Endeavor society were guests of the Burt society Sunday evening: Imogene Hill, William Turner, Lyle and Glendora Burb'ank, Russell Larson, Russell and Harold Banwart, Lois Colwell, Eleanor Pfeiffer, Richard Lund, Arthur Pfeiffer, Joseph and Fidelia Skow. The Rev. C. W. Pfeiffer accompanied them. Dr. nnd Mrs. L. G. Gitchell, of Cresco, with their baby daughter Mary Joan, were Saturday afternoon till Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster. Mrs. Gitchell is a niece of Mrs. Foster, and Doctor Gitchell is a dentist. Mrs. Foster's sister, Mrs. C. E. Flower, Who had been here the last two weeks, returned with the Gitchell s to her home at Arlington. Wesley Bartlett SATURDAY, JULY 29 Lively film musical! •'•»»*"»"•••/ ' Clrl-lU Alii tit 1» « t !« V»<. *—*»«-| M,.— -- i where they are spending the week. eastern trip, Mr. and Mrs. Garret.t, Been Meredith Lathron, Salem, Ore., left Friday morning, after a few days here with her mother, Mrs. C. F, Lathrop. Miss Lathrop is bookkeeper for the Oregon state library. A number of Algonians drove to Burt Thursday evening to call on C. F. Specht drove to Moun-jthe week at Carl Van Hoven's. nhiVlvpn'K narents Mr I tain Lake, Minn., Sunday to visit i.Blythe and Carl, both barbers, are cm i • • • M MI . Behrends' mother, who has brothers. : Next Sunday Carl and Specht, liis wife will take the visitors to Blythe Van and Mrs. E. City, July 21— The current i of the monthly state uni- rjulletin carries the follcwlentlon: K-tv *>un j.uursuuj' eveuuiB >•« *-"" "•• luded in the list or sixty Lydfa Meyevg| who recen tiy opened ding educational books loi •nmtvnnf ai.xnTnnnirvin£ I who had been there since hist; Allison, where Mrs. Mi'and MrT Charles DuCharme | week Tuesday, helping care for her j Hoven's parents, Mr II~ Grosse Point Farms, Mich., are mother. ;K. Knoll, live. 11, uiuoBc *u. .._ bora. Satur- ^ r - anil Mrs. E. R. DeLano were at. Rockwell City over the week- ...WHO COOED HIS WM INTO STUDOM » YOUNG SHI'S HEURT! Plus Crime Doesn't Pay Comedy News Plus "Naughty But Mice" SUN.-MON., JULY 80-31 Andy wants to get married! Plus "Xntty Net Work" "Mechanix Illustrated"! associa educational yearbook under the editorahip of McBroom, principal of I in choosing the list of sixty i library association and the lal of the National Education latlon. Three hundred spec- i In educational fields co-op- In compiling the publica- i MoBroom is a sister of I A. Bishop, wife of the C. IW. agent at Algona. fcbyg Home from four to Winnipeg and Yellowstone and Mrs. E. W. Lusby got i last week Tuesday from a [to Yellowstone park and in Canada. They drove to ate of the Woods, straight [from Minneapolis, then went ilpeg, thence back to Min. to see a farm they own i and on to the park, where |spent four days. ' . i Lusbys returned via'..the i Hills, and altogether - they W67 miles, Mr. Lusby Iwat the days were rather |i but the nights cool. The in western North Dakota 6»<xl, but western South fa had been burned out," ,' • crops from Chamberlain, S. east were better, due ". to l. r . a ? fa11 ' and the wheat, crop o. be excellent. X unemployed were «to jobs at oat-shocking by cal unemployment office in of July - ' A1 1 *°W. 76 md. Many jobs not' us- louna in this territory re- I vanned, such as plant man- structural steel workers, parents of a 7-lB. son, day. Mrs. DuCharme is the former Mary Janice Rice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Rice here. Margaret Egesdahl is taking a vacation this week from James drug store, and is spending two days at home, but will be a guest the rest of the week of Mary Ann Smith, Burt, at Clear Lake. Mary Mescher, Chicago, was a guest a few days last week of relatives and friends heie and at the Dole home at Irvlngton. She for„. I merly lived at Bancroft, and is Viola Heller, R. >\ accompanied now employed in a millinery shop, her sister Irene to Albet Lea Sun-, j[ r . an d Mrs. A. B. McCall, Ken- end, visiting the Ernest Johnsons. . Lorraine Arndorfer, Margaret Brown, and Lenore Arndorfer, the latter of St. Benedict, are leaving ..» D , a variety store there. She former- year, recently announced |. j ked at the cummings store American Library associa.-' ^^ an " " ' .v««,, lletly Garmnii, of Nora Springs, came Sunday for a week with Bur- , I netta Bonnstetter. The young wo- iniversity of Iowa elementary i ^^- a) . e formel . schoolmates at the , , ... Hamilton business college, Mason than nine hundred publi- j were considered by the i Pratt Free Library of Bait- day. Irene is taking nurses' train-' osna) wis., are expected today or ing at the Naeve hospital there, tomorrow for a few days with Dr. and Viola is office nurse for Dr. P. an( j Mrs. C. C. Shierk. They are V. Janse. I parents of Mrs. Shierk and have Mrs. Julin Repson-and Mrs. Carl Deen nO rth on a fishing vacation. Dorothy Butts is new girl at the Shumway & Kelly law offices. She is a this year's graduate of the Al- Fo'ster drove 'to Kanawha Friday to attend a shower in honor of Mrs. Foster's daughter Enid, who was married recently to Erickson. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. L. Dal ton, anston, 111., came Sunday for a few days at L. W. Keith's. Mr. Dalton, who is in the insur- Davld goiia high school and has taken the place of Imogene Hill, now working full-time for the Metropolitan ance business, is a nephew of Mrs, Keith. Mr.'nnd Mrs. H. C. Anderson, with their son Jerry Bob, were evening Life. Mesdames Fred Bartholomew, Lloyd Wellendorf, and Edw. Wilkins spent a few days last week at Dolph Miller's, Grlnnell. The Millers are former Algonians, Mrs. Miller being the former Alberta ALWAYS COOL TUES.-WED., JULY 2o-26 Extended run! PE LOANS have several thousand dollars Jible for cattle e pi eaged to you come ana see you plan to buy State Bunk THUBS. THRU SATUB. July 27-29 SONG OF THE BVCKAROO WITH JINX FALKINBERG Second Feature nodi THRIM.S. lOHANCE AMD SUNDAY THRU WEDNES. July :J1-August 2 JACK LONDON'S Tale of the North. "Wolf Call" with JOHN CARROL MOVITA Second Feature THE GLEASONS Father • Mother Children "Should Husbands Work?" A feunUy comedy lor the family. THE LOAF YOU ENJOY 1 in the size you want ' ' " - i '" l " ~ * j i at a price youll LikJBJ^ JV""""""" 2 UKT 11 20 «. I i«m 11 lllllllllllllllll!llllllllllllllllllllll||||||||||||||IH Final Reductions on | Spring and Summer | Apparel at Kresensky's | Clearance Sale Silk Dresses and Wash Dresses | $2.951 Regular $3.95 to $5.95 85 of these nice silk, sheer, bemberg, linen, voile and sacking materials, sizes 9 to 20 and 38 to 52. DOUBLE WRAPPED FRESHNESS HEALTH SOAP RED BOX Lifebuoy SUPER SUDS LAUNORV SOAP CRYSTAL WHITE 10 ailllllllllllllHMIHHIII""""" 11 " 11111 '! 1111111111 ! CAKES. OUB REG. BARS ysw™ ANN PAGE PLAIN GELATIN - iuiHIUHHHI"" 1111111111 " 1 OooliMH *t i (wring! N. B. O.'OLO FMHIONCO GINGER SNAPS - •MAN . 1 Ib. 4» f Pkg. 1 * C 1 Ib. 04. I Pka. * le I 100 Pairs of Style Shoes White colors, patent. Lots of nice pretty shoes in most sizes. •rnxra. ay f* w mm V9 $1.00 95 pairs of Shoes, Reg. $3.50 to $6.05 White, colors,! and black shoesy dress and street styles. Our Entire Stock of Summer Wash Frocks "VaL'to $1.98 $1.69 Val. to $2.98 $2.39 Val. to $5.95 $3.95 Black Tea ^ 20c AMERICAN LOAF GH»M Mcl-o-bit 2 lt'» Newl A >l«fld You'll Enjo»l 41C DELICIOUS MARSHMALLQW Cookies 8 *"• 2ic A Fine CooUt «t • Low Priotl ' but. CLEANSER 19c Uc 10c ANN PAOE nNDKR OOOKID Beam 3 ^> 17c by WCB«TER'9 TOMATO Soup 4 LW in * Supply Howl I'HUNF.S, No, 10 «!« I'KM'HES, No. 10 cau 92* Sunnjfield Flom 1 , ly-lb. bag Bid Soul- Pitted Cherries, No. 3 can . Uartlett Pearg, No. 10 can Suuuyfleld Bran Flakes, 15-0?, pkg. - FHIHTS awd Oranges, «be 288, Lemons, size 300, doxeB------.-,--.-- Sweet Cora, 99c S 4 doz. white and colored handbags _ 49c Jj S Entire stock of Costume Jewel ry__ 49c ^ S Miss America and Bein Joilie Summer Corsets % price g S Entire stock of Formal Dresses- - - - - i price ^ 75 regular $6 and $8 DRESSES S Nice dresses* S for wear - now S and early fall, S all sizes. $3.95 Blouses, Smocks, Slacks, Summer Coats, House Coats Nice selection merchandise values up to $2,9S,<| A clean-up .this price. •$loo SSS Fine Dresses,Reg.$l0.95to$16 95 • Junior Guild, Cortwrlght, Fiuettc included iu (his group of rf*£+ €\E* fine drgsses^-^beatttlful styles and colors^ Sizes 9 to 20 • Jll'% MJTJ and^88 to 44, including half sizes. " *' ^H9 ^^ * *^» flHP »PBr i|HP ^W ^I^^^F ^(^^ ^^^^^^ ^^P t^p ^^^^P ^^» ^^w t ^^*f FOOD STORES -->. iVj

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