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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 22,1934 Hundreds Paid Tribute to \Vm Schuhz. Former LuVerne Mayor SEVEN CHILDREN SURVIVE BELOVED PIONEER CITIZEN Funeral Services Held on Tuesday Last Week; Eev. Baddeley in Charge William Schultz, a resident of the LuVeme community since 1890, and of the town since 1913, died at his home about seven o'clock Sunday morning, March 18, death being due to a complication of diseases. He had been In poor health for some time and for the past several weeks his death had been expected. Funeral services were held at the home at two o'clock and at the Methodist church at 2:30 Tuesday afternoon of last week, both services being in charge of Rev. Wm. Baddeley. Music for the occasion was furnished by a quartet, consisting of Mrs. Harry Lichty. Miss Florence Hof. Maynard Spooner, end Richard Nlver, with Mrs. Harold Phillips at the piano, sang favorite hymns for the deceased, "Abttte 'With Me," "He Leadeth Me", "Does Je. sus Care." Rev. Dr. Baddeley preached a sermon full of consolation to the bereaved family. The church was filled with relatives and friends and there •was an abundance of beautiful floral tributes. Interment was made in the LuVerne cemetery, the casket bearers two sons. William and .Lewis Schultz. four grandsons, William. Don. aid and Lowell Schultz. and La Vaughn Riley. The Obllnary The following is the obiutary 33 read at the funeral: William Schultz was born in Grun- <ty county, Iowa, April 28, 1869. and passed away at his home In LuVerne, March 18,1934 ,age 64 years, 10 months. 21 days. He was united In marriage to Mary Busse in December, 1888, at Pleasant Valley, Iowa. In the year 1890, they came to LuVerne to make their home on a farm four miles northeast of town, making the trip In a lumber wagon. To this union were born seven children, three sons and four daughters, William, Lewis, and Franklin, all of TJvermore, Iowa; Mrs. Charles RUey of Llvermore, Iowa, Mrs. Guy Lansing of Bode, Mrs. Bryan Oglesby of Mason City, Mis. Arthur Ramus of LuVerne. They moved to town in 1913 where they have since resided. At the ttme of his death he was a member of the LuVerne Methodist church, being- transferred from Fan-view. For eight, years Mr. Schultz was mayor of UuVerne and during his administration the electric light and water systems were installed. He was a member of the Modern Woodman lodge at the time of his demise. He took a,n active Interest In the welfare of the community and especially in athletic activities of the high school, always lending a helping hand with his car. He leaves to mourn his loss, his widow and seven mentioned children, sons-in-law and daughters- in-law, 17 grandchildren, one brother, Charles of Ackley, and two sisters, Mrs. Thomas Akkerman, Mrs. John Muis- man, of Wellsburg, Iowa, and many other relatives and friends. Re'atlves at Funeral Relatives attending the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. T. Trepp, Mr. and Mrs. Ruby Schultz, Charles Schultz. Arthur Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. F. Clawsen. Mr. and Mrs. L. Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. H. Bowman, Mrs. L. Schultz. Sara Rin. nels, all of AcUey; Mr. and Mrs. J. Huisman, Mr. and Mrs. fi. Oraeny, Mr. and Mrs. J. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. M. Huisman. Mrs. F. Huisman. Mr. and Mrs. T. Akkerman. Mr. ana Mrs. B. Hoekstra. Mr. and Mrs. E>. Classen. Ella and Virgil, all of Wellsbursr, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. R. Rankin. Parket&tKirg. Iowa: William SchulU, Mr. and Mrs. Whlttaker. Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Mr. and Mrs. B. Krufrer. Little Rock, Iowa; Mr. and Mr*. O .Kruger. George. lown: Mrs. O. Hfrding and son, Ftussel. Mrs. I. Henerich. and children, and William. Adrian. Minn.; Mrs. Jake Mrs and Iowa's Ideal Young Business Girl Schult*. Hadlev. Minn.: Mr. Getting. Marshalltotm. Iowa; Mr. Mrs. G. Busse, and son. Peter. Mr. an< Mrs. W. Busse. Martin Krutter. and Peter Kruger. all of Rock Rapids, Iowa Cavalry, Artillery Seeking New JMen The U. S. Army Recruiting Office at Des Moines has received instructions from the War Department to enlist fifty-six men for service with the 14th Cavalry and the 80th Field Artillery stationed at Fort Des Moines. This Is the largest quota received at the Des Moines office during the past three pears. Only young men of excellent character and standing are accepted for service. Young men between the ages of 18 and 35 who can meet the above requirements are Invited to get in touch with any one of the army recruiting tations of the Iowa district, located it Des Moines, Davenport, Cedar Rap- ds, Burlington and Mason City. FOR SPRING AMD Exquisite Styles in Spring Shoes $3.95 <° $6 lola Lehman The above picture carried recently in the Des Moines Tribune, is of lola Lehman, 22, who recently received the prize as the ideal business girl at the newspaper's modern biisiness show. Judging was on the basis of personality, appearance, voice, poise and alertness. Miss Lehman is the private secretary of J. W. Denman, secretary-treasurer of the Central states Theatre Corp. She graduated from the Algona high school five years ago. Union School News Five of the eighteen pupils in District No. 5 received slips with advice to see L physician after examination by the chool nurse. In checking; up. all pupils who drank milk, had goo teeth, which iclps approve another good food. Seven pupils, namely, Betty and Letty Sarchett in the third and fourth dlvi- ion, Charles Mittag and Howard Sar- hett in the fifth and sixth division, and oyce Mittag, Dorothy Reid and Milton Will In the seventh and eighth division, represented No. 5 school in a township pelllng contest Wednesday, March 14, t Good Hope. Betty Sarchett won sec- nd, Howard Sarchett. first, Joyce Mit- age, third. Dorothy Reid, Letty Sarchett and Charles Mittag each a fourth and Miltoii Will, eighth. The largest group of pJplls participated in the seventh and. vehth division which U op?n to all studints of those grades. A county P. T. A. meetirur at Good Hope waslheld March 13, at eight o'clock. NBie members of the P. T. A. recently ornmlzed in District .No. 5 were present. Tae officers for this year as follows: Mri Roy Sarchett, president; Mrs. Earl Taylor, vice president and Mary Glsch,"'teacher in No. 5, secretary and treasurer, were among thosfi pro- sent. The organization in No. 5 plans to begin this year to establish a foundation for future success. Many frlfnds enjoyed a card party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Taylor last Friday evening. St. Patrick's colors were carried out very charmingly in the delicious luncheon. Joyce Mittag will represent District No. 5 in the county spelling bee. March 28th. Joyce was sixth in both oral and written in the county contest last vear. 10 Young People Confirmed Sunday, Lotto Creek Church Lotts Creek: A class of ten people were confirmed on Palm Sunday at the local Evangelical Lutheran church. The class consisted of Leonard Pomne.Ir- vin Kaadinsr. William Lelninser. Kftner Ruhnke. George Pertl, Walter Wetzel. Esther Kaadlnsr. Esther Geitzenauer. Lorina Llesener and Dolores Schueler The church was filled to capacity both with local people and twople from neighboring towns. Johanna Flene, who attends Iowa State College at Ames spent from Wed- nesdav until Sundav at the home of her parents. Ruth Stewart of Alirona spent from Sunday nieht until Wednesday at the Wm. Schmiel home. While there she fllso did her practice teaching at Olivia Kressin's school. There will be services at the church with holy communion on Good Friday at ten o'clock in the German language. On Easter Sunday there will be services again in the German lamruage and English services on Monday at the usual time. A farewell party was given at the Wm. Boettchcr home on Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. Henry Jentz who is concluding her visit here. She will now stop over for a few days at the home of her sister. Mrs. Ben Nemitz at Hampton, before returning to her home at Colorado Springs, Colorado. The young people's society met in the school basement on Friday evening March 23. Bunco and flve hundred were plaved. Orville Kressin won high prize in bunco aod August Mever, low. In five hundred, the high prize was won bv Luelta Liesener and low bv Verona Radig. About 40 were present at the meeting. afternoon in honor of her mother. Mrs. Mary Newman's eighty-third birthday. Those preeenjt were: Mrs. B. E. Sanders, Mrs. W. C. Taylor Mrs. Amy Smith and Mrs. Josie Stanton of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. James Brophy. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and daughter. Edith, were all Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor and family, the dinner being in honor of Dean Taylor's fifth birthday. with a biR cake with candles and everything being a feature. BOARD PROCEEDINGS Auditor's office, March IS, 1934. ftonrd of .Supervisors of Kossuth county met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by McDonald and second bv that penalty. Interest and advertising costs be cancelled on taxes of E. .1. Kelly for yenrs 1929. 1930, 1'9S1. and 1932 on following described property: I-ot 7 and 8 Block 57 Alsona Inc. Ayes: all. Motion by JTelkon am! second by Cosgrove that Thursday, April 12, 1934, nt J0:00 a. m. r-e flxcd as date of letting- for gasoline a. court house In Algona, lown. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second ny BalBoman that Thursday, April 12, 19,14, at 1:30 p. m. bo flxed as date of letting for grading of roads within Koxputh Bounty during 1934. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second by I that Board of Supervisors stderntlon of tho rents hereinafter spc- i-lfled' to ho paid by the second parties, and HIP performance of the covenants herein contained hns leased, and by those presents docs hereoy lease unto the second parties tho following de- srrlhed premises situated in the County of Kossuth and State of Iowa, to- The Southeast Quarter <SK'/») of the Northwest Quarter (NW%) of Rertlon Twenty-three (23). Toxvnhslp Ninetyfour (91) North-, Rangre Twenty-eigM. (28) West of the Fifth P. M. for a term from March 15th, 1934, to January 1st, j\s rental for said premises second parties affroe to plant potatoes to farm and cultivate said premises and to care for said potato crop to be raised and grown thereon In a good and workmanlike manner and to furnish at their own expense and pay for all labor, and board of laborers used In connection with the proper operation, management and cultivation of said premises except ns otherwise provided in this agreement and to deliver over to the party of the first part one-half (%) of nil the patatoes raised on said premises, In the manner and as provided In thl* agreement, and It Is agreed that this Lease Is made upon and subject to the following mutual covenants, agreements and condiilons, to-writ: 1. The party of the first part hereby agrees to furnish one-half (H) potatoes for seed and to furnish all fertilizer and furnish all disinfectant used on premises free of any expense to tne parties of the second part, hue the parties of the second part hereby nirree to pay to the party of the first part for one-half fertilizer and one-halt disinfectant used on said promises In potatoes. Said potatoes to be taken irv by the party of the first part at the- marRet price of said potatoes at t).r time when said potatoes are dug. The party of the first part further BR-rees to furnish labor for weeding sail! potatoes. 2. Tho parties of the second part nro to furnish at their own expense and pay for all horses, Implements, machines tools, and other means and appliances necssary for the proper conduct and operation of said farm am) will pay for all necessary additions to. or repairs and replacement of such Implements, machines, tools, appllanccF etc, and -will keep the same In proper repair so that farming operation can be conducted at the proper seasons of the year wlthotit delay In waiting for the repair of said machinery and equipment. 3. That said produce In the operation of said farm IB to be hauled to thi» first party by the second parties free of expense to the first party on the second parties yard. KOSSUTH COUNTY, TOWA By Chas. Morris, Chairman Board of Supervisors Party of First Part Curran Bros. Parties of Second Part. all. motion Board adjourned "Sine Ayes On Die." B. J. BUTLRR. County Auditor. Kossuth' County In accordance with Sec- tlon (8) House Session 45th O. File No. 336 Special A. Issue a class "B" SEXTON NEWS You'll be entranctd with the many new modtls for street and dre=>.; wear — beautiful shots that will harmc-nize with your siew Easter olothc'.s. We've got the new *»ha<.!.<-s of navy blue and Parts gray, as well its new tans, white and bUck. They're made of KupplK kid, in fine, calUkin ami roughened turfact? teatr.ers. Quality shot*, smartly fctylfd and you're .sure of a perfect fit, for We have the .sizes. Christensen Bros. THEATRE CHATTER Cecil Huff and son. Junior of Lu- Verne were Sundav afternoon visitors at the home of his mother. Mrs. Mary Huff. Mrs. W. Z. Miller was taken to the Kossuth hospital In Alirona Sundav evening where on Monday she underwent a malor operation. Mrs. Lawrence Hanson spent Saturday nieht and Sundav morning at the lorne of her mother. Mrs. Ida May Harris and her sister. Marie. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phlllins and our children of Wesley were Sunday dinner euests at the home of her mo- her. Mrs. Sarah Wise and family. Last week Rridav afternoon. Mrb. £atie Jennett received a telegram stat- her mother. Mrs. Malllett at Jcf- erson. Iowa, had suffered a stroke. A short. Easter program will bo glv- n at the local church next Sunday veninjr. A pageant will be elven by he voune jjeoole. Everyone Is invited o come.— Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, son. Everett. Nell Wise and Rex Taylor attended the Klee club operetta at the hi eh school buildinit in Alirona last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders drove to OEceola. Iowa, last week Monday, where they remainea several days, taking care of business concerninir their farm near there. Mrs. Elizabeth Yanser. north of town. Is quite sick with the flu and Is confined to her bed. Mrs. Drusilla Noble is caring for her. Monday morning she was reported not so well. Miss Rose Kutechara underwent an operation on her throat last week on Thursday and was In the hospital un. til Saturday. Monday she went, back again to have her throat lanced. Mr. and Mrs. Oille Kirschbaum and children of ruar Crystal Lake and Mrs. Richard Carman east of Weslev were Saturday visitors at the home of the^r narenls. Mr. r^jl Mrs. William Klrsch- baum. Mr.s. Florence Orthel and son. Leo. of Los Angeles, California, visited 4 little while Monday morning at the nome of her niece. Mr.s. August Kirschbaum and family. They were on their way to Sheldon to Visit another niece. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Merriam. daughters. Doris and Wilma and little son. Roland of near Corwith were Sundav dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Merriam's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Harvcv Steven and lamily. north of town. Mrs. James Brophv entertained a few ladies at her home last week Friday permit to Nick Gengler for sale of beer In Village of Lotts Creek, Iowa. Ayes: all. Motion by Ralgeman and second by McDonald that In accordance* -with "House File Mo. 4 Special Session we refund $1.00 to all who paid $4.00 coun- tv road poll tax during year 193*. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second by Ilelker. that taxes be suspended on following property for 193.1: Jens Knudtson—I^jts (B) and <6) of niock (J) Stacy's Addition to Algona, Perry C. Thompson—W 2-3 of Lot 2 and ail Lots 3 and 4 all In Block 116 Call's Addition to Algona, Iowa. Vernon Ha hit Lot 6 Block 52 Original I'lat City of Algona. Iowa, on last half of taxes for 19.12 as recommended by city council of Algona, Iowa. Ayes: On motion Board adjourned to one o'clock p. m. One o'clock p. m. Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. Motion by Baljreman and second by Cosgrovo thnt a refund of $4.00 be given to \V. U Chapeo, Burt tp. and S4.OO refund be given to Ethan Light, Union T|>. for county road poll tax because of paying and working same in 1933. Ayes: all. Motion by ITelken and second by McDonald that Ray E. Ruske be given SSon.oo Soldier's Exemption for the year 193.1 on Lots 1-2-3 Block 6 Parka Add. Fen ton Inc. Ayes: all. Motion by Baloreman and second by McDonald that $4.00 delinquent road poll tax of Kidney Jordahl be abated r or year 1930 because of paying same n Wlnnebago County. Ayes: all. Motion by Ralgeman and second by lelken that a blind pension be given Fred Schmidt, LuVerne, Iowa, of $300.00 at $25.00 per month- beginning March . 1934. Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second by talgeman that all bids for primary •lection supplies be rejected. Ayes: all. Motion by Balgeman and second by McDonald that pauper notices be served on Ueo. (Sale and family. Tom Humphrey and family, Joe Loos and fam- "ly. Ayes: all. Motion by Helken and second by Ttal- geman that the following agreement be adopted: LKAST3 AGREEMENT This dpullcate lease made and entered Into thin 16th day of March. A. 13., 1934, by and o«twe«>n KoMtith county. Iowa, party of the first part and Lawrence Curran and Kenneth Currnn of the county of Kossuth and State of Iowa, parties of the second part, wltnesseth: That said first party for and in con- SHOP. DKPAKTMKNT "Briardale Store" Easter Specials Florida Seedless, 64 size Grapefruit, 4 for 25c Briardale No. 2 Tomatoes, 3 cans for 43c Briardale No. 2 Extra Sifted Early June peas, three cans for 61c Trusties, Something for Breakfast, per pkg. 17c A Full Line of Fivsh Vegetable-.-. Full Line of l-'ivsh and (,'.,1<1 Meat.-. Armour's Star Hams, half or whole, per Ib... _ .. 16c Trade- with a >t.,iv ihat helps .-uj»|>ort voiir town, schools ami rhuivhi'S. Get in on $500.00 in Prizes Given By the BRIARDALE MERCHANTS Moe & Sjogren L'hones 240-24 • Aigona. la. In connection with the showing of the picture "David Harum,', which pii-a^cd s>uch a large number at the Call 'I'ht-utre, Sunday and Monday of J! tills week, it might be added, that Mrs. *m • d U. J- rt-nch ol Algona was well ac- 2" j quainUd with the original David Har^ I um bactc i-ait, and waj> rauid in the \icmuy of Homeville, tr.e community I in whicli the icene was laid. We ra- i tht-r icL-.pect that Will Royers made a 1 L,t-tti-r Uavid Haruin than l_>avld Haruni i am. .'»iin,s*-if U tiierc la anyone who ' Ki-jA.-> i.ow to ^top that tune ol booni- J dcay iroru running through ont-'i i^ead, :.e rtin-Oy 'AOU^U be weicome. u-iid-y and Monday of this coniioj •. You Can't Buy Everything" is : J-a'.-re ot a four-way t-ititt-r uro- n. Mai itobion a lid Jean Park'•-'•'" I>;th ol Little Women,* aid »_. «:••-;.--• in Duttiiig ovt-r the show. !•-- ur'-.i are a tecnmcolor mu- •- .'i..i..;i.ai t:«trava&aniui called C;i/> with u inlty chorus, i'.c.'^j.icol M.bin," l^aturing the .:*-*.*r MiCKey Mou-.e Two Phones 24<j-2 !>.•« O '-: free ptu>tugTaphs of Maxwell Houic corttc hour \ f -. gjvfrn a*ii>- at the Earik i.<:/.i 'Juii..cJjy. CJeorgt O'^-: <^z i**^ i>t*ial outdoor pic- .'.>.: M^f:,i.a. ' L> Ui>.- fea- „, to mj r if*-a.l i'uft: i^rfJU in U Aljo K«tcK«r\ett* Aptjr. month CITY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ATTORNEYS AT LAW R. J. Harrington J. E>. Lowe HARRINGTON Ss LOWE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 212-J4 First Nat'l Bank Elk ALGONA, IOWA J. L. BONAK ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QUARTOS H. W. MDLJLEB ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth County State Bank Office Phone, 427 ALGONA, IOWA A. Hutchlfcon Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison ATTORNEYS AT LAW Quinby Bldg. Phone 2S1 E. J. VAN NESS * G. W. STILLMAN LAWYERS Ofllce over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W AJgona, Iowa JieA W,l.-. K.'ttiuc Murch, ';\ a . i.j.. ; ... :.'.<.- g ;r j la « .\ ™«-<k ttuiu '..:.:• i*l .',, Ji.-.vl ii. 01 l<j-J>* 'll.^i u. Ciii_t..'.,< in ! tr.cir iiU (JU 4 wof th. A'iLi. !;.!!.« O III tfi^it giVVO Gaylord O. Shumway Edward D. Kelly fcHUMWAY ii KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby it Krause Building Algona. Iowa Phone 68 L. A. WINKEL. ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In. Quinby Building, phone 180. ALGONA IOWA £. C. McMAUON ATTORNEY AT LAW Oftict over Quiaby & Krauze Bldg. Algona Iowa Phone 129 HIKAM a WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 F. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Om<x- over Iowa Stale Bank Bldg. mce Piione 460-J Res. 31S ALGONA, IOWA CA&KOL A. WANDER ATTOBUEY AT LAW Over Pufciofllte Pnocie 65 J. W. Sullivan fdec'd) 8. E. Mc&Canon L>. B. Linnan 8ULLIVAV. McMAHON A LINNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALGONA, IOWA PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. I* RLst over Rexall drug store Office Phone 3OO Rea. phone 320 ALGONA, IOWA C. H. CHETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon &. Physician Office John Oalbraith Bldg. Phone 444-310 W. D. ANDREWS, D. O. Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon General Hospital Phones: Office 187; Residence 688 ALGONA, IOWA P. V. JTANSE, M. D. PHYSICIAN &. SURGEON Office on- South Dodge St. Phone No.—Res. 366; Office 666 MELVIN G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN Si SURGEON Office over Post Office Bldg. Phones—Office 197 Res. 211 DENTISTS DR. H- M. OLSON DENTIST Gas or NovocaicLe used for extraction Located over Christensen Store Phone: Business 166, Residence. 470 ALGONA, IOWA DR. C. D. SCHAAP Quinby Bldg. Res. Phone 174 Phone 133 Algona, Iowa VETERINARIANS Dr. L. W. Fox Dr. J. B. Winkel Office 220 West State Street Office Phone 475-W Ke£. 475-R Algona, Iowa M. BfEBBITT aod Fuueria Director Phone 11 Iowa FARM LIGHT PLANTS Willard 32 volt Farm Ught Plants Carry a Five year guarantee. Let us Tell you more about them. Priced at $74.90. Clapp's Master Service West of Court Souse. Algona"s Finest Food Store Basket Grocery March 29th-3Oth-31st EASTER SHOPPING SUGGESTIONS Prepare your entire dinner from Monarch Finer Foods, Quality Merchandise at Reasonable Prices. "Better Service." Monarch Coffee, 1 Ib. pkg. 25c 3 Ib. pkg. 73c An Unusual Value—Try it today. MONARCH CATSUP, large bottle 16c MUSHROOMS, 8 oz. tin 29c CAKE FLOUR, "Monarch," large pkg. 23c PEARS, No. 1O can, (while they last) 35c UPTON'S TEA, y 2 Ib. "Ghreen" 18c ORANGES, 126 size, extra large , doz. 33c CAMAY, or Kirk's Hardwarter Soap, 3 bars __ 14c P. & Or. Soap, 7 giant or 1O reg. bars 26c Velvet or Prince Albert, can 10c Ozydol, large pkg. Grapefruit, seed- lesa, 6 for Peter Pan Flour __$1.§9 Gold Medal $2.09 Unista Flour $1.68 Occident Flour ___$2.18 49 Ib. bags SYRUP SAJLE 10 Ibs. Golden 46c 5 Ibs. Golden _ 25c 10 Ibs. Crystal W. — 48c 5 Iba. Crystal W 27c FRESH MEAT Beef Roast, Ib. __12-14c Beef Tenderloin, Ib. _25c Pork Roast, Ib 15-20c Hamburger, Ib lOc Easter Hams, special price, no parboiling necessary Fresh Vegetables, a complete & varied assortment HOTEL Newest Tlreproof Hotel Jobber* *»d 0*p«rtm>n< Store*—•« «*fy M»d*r- «AJtA6E Coffee Shop R«t«i Reduced AND UP H«r» yoo c*n <M>|oy th« cool cwnfoH «fr thi> watt v*atilat*d food tkofi, M yM Mtisfy yoMT polat* with tk« HUM* •*• cooked food*. Sp«ci«4 CJub lf««H»»25. 35. SOc. L.nch.o. 2S «od 40*. Dionv SO *nd 6Sc. Dine and D«nc« SPANISH VILLAGE «hl o*i B9 . Priv.t, bun 9 «low. h, f*o.««. CONVENIENT'TO EVERYTHING

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