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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 4, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moineg, Algona, Iowa, October 1,1934 Lone Rock Host Two Days to District Presbyterians Rev. S. M. Gladstone Honored for 15 Years of Service Lone Rock: The 78th annual Presbytery of Fort Dodge was held at the Presbyterian church in Lone Rock last Tuesday and Wednesday. The following program was held: Tvmtor. S*pt-15 At; two o'clock Tuesday afternoon, opening dersjtfoiaU services by Rev. Paul B, Sh«fcl, "Tb* Church Loyalty Crusade.- Rer. S. M. Gladstone of Lone Roc*, presiding; address by Rev. A. P. Wtttenbergwr. state clerk of the Presbytery of Duluth; address, "Our Fundamental Task." Rev. P. B. Harless. The sacrament of the Lord's Supper, Rev. S. M. Gladstone of Lone Rock presiding. The Bread, Rev. P. B. Shedd, The Cup. Rev. A. O. Bailey, benediction and recess. Committee meeting. Six o'clock dinner was served in the church basement. 7:30 Worship services, the moderator presiding. Moderator's sermon, Rev. P. B. Shedd. The Constituting Pray, Rev. P. B. Shedd; roll call. Rev. E. L. Marouske. Dr. A. G. Bailey of Es- thervllle, was elected as moderator. Theodore Dowing of Fort Dodge was elected temporary clerk. Report of the committee on arragements, Rev. S. M. Gladstone of Lone Rock. Benediction and recess. Wednesday, Sept. 28 Wednesday at 8:30, opening hymn and prayer and general business and reports were given. 9:15—Morning devotional services, Rev. Theodore F. Rowing. 9:30—Recess, committee meetings. 10:00—Election to vacancy and supply committee, man. Election of chalr- 10:15—Committee reports. Rev. P. B. Shedd, bills and overtures. WE HAVE GROWN WITH AMERICA FOR 75 YEARS and this is our 75 th ANNIVERSARY SALE To mok« Ihh fh« grMtMt wU e» Mr y, w» ho»« tapped * •f AftP's iwttanwM* buying a«rf dtorib- utina «y»»»in. H«« U lh« opening gun o« A»f'« S»»»nly-Flfth Annhranary Sato- nod the* prie«« — compare votow — and oay. With food co.t. going up at a rapid iota, tab U tb» KM* lo Hack up. SUNNYFIELD FLOUR lona 2? Ib 87c^ lb 1.70 rillsbury or Gold Medal n 2iV'2 U>4 4 A, 49 "O OR OUfbag LlObag 2.25 \/ O .Pancake 3 '/, f>C VaSweet Fiour n>. 25c Aunt Jemima blr 27 c /- . Pan C. 3i/i o ,j Certainty nour n>. 2ic Airy Fairy Fi"o k Jr pk *- 21c National Missions, Rev. W. O. Har- leas; Foreign Missions, Rev. P. B. Shedd; Christian Education, Rev. J. E. Spencer; Pensions, Elder E. B. Wilson; Program and Field Activities. Rev. S. M. Gladstone; Vacancy and Supply, Rev. H. O. Schneider; General Business, Presbyterian Home for the Aged, report of Presbyterlal council, closing prayer and recess. 12:00—Lunch. At 1:30 general business and election of state clerk who was E. L. Marouske and temporary committee, W. E. Ruston. Adjournment and benediction. This Is the first meeting of Presbytery held in the Lone Rock church and we trust that if. will be another milestone in the spiritual progress of this church. Rev. S. M. Gladstone was congratulated on his 15 years of service here. The church is especially grateful to the people of the community who helped entertain the Presbytery. 250 Attend Legion Auxiliary Meeting Held at Bancroft More than two hundred fifty Leglon- aires and members of the Auxiliary from Kossuth, Hancock and Wlnne- bago counties attended a Joint meet- Ing of all posts and Auxiliary units of Kossuth county at the Legion hall in Bancroft, Thursday evening, September 27th. L. M. Merrittt, Kossuth county commander, and Mrs. Lester Lease, Kossuth county auxiliary president, presided at the business meeting. Among the" speakers at the business meeting were: Vic Stueland, eighth district commander of Forest City; L. M. Mer- rltt, J. H. Bowman of Swea City, Francis Bradley, Bancroft post commander; Mrs. J. C. Underkofler, Brltt, eighth district committeewoman, Mrs. Lester Lease, Wesley, Mrs. Ida Larson, Swea City, Mrs. Francis Bradley, Bancroft, president of Bancroft Auxiliary, Mrs. Mouse], past president of Bancroft Auxiliary unit. The speakers talked of Legion and Auxiliary activities during the past year and of the Legion and Auxiliary program for the coming year and gave reports of the recent state conventions of the Legion and of the Auxiliary. The report of B. B. Mack, chairman of the special committee for investigation of the organization known as Sons of the American Legion. Attend District Drug Meet at Emmetsburg Melzar Falkenhalner, Gene Murtagh, Bob James, A. L. Borchardt and E. W. Lusby attended the regular monthly district meeting of druggists which was held Thursday evening at Emmetsburg. Bob James, who Is president of the district association, presided. The next regular meeting wiV be held Thursday, October 11, at Spen. IOWA STATE BKAND BUTTER ib. I COUNTRY I EGGS dcz. ARMOUR'S STAR LARD 4 *, WHITE HOUSE MILK 4 2L C. & H. CANE SUGAR 10 t. 29c 21c 50c 23c 57c 100 lb. ba* $5.46 SHREDDED WHEAT 2 PREMIUM FLAKE CRACKERS 2 SHOTWELL CREST Marsrtmallows GRANDMOTHER'S DOUGHNUTS *«. 10c LUX TOILET SOAP 3 cake* SOILAX CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP 10 23c 19c 15c 18C 35c CUT-RATE \ GROCERY Week End Specials Picnic Hams Small, 4 to 8 Ibs., per lb. Butter, fresh ! (•rcainerv, per Hi. _ Coffee, 10 r ;Mhs. 57.-, 1 H> 1JC Sliced Peaches, JH r No. 10 c-uu ^ IL Brooms, 7ft/* ' 4 sewed • Wt 5 Laundry Soap, _ 01« ; 10 bars ^ 1C * Jell Powder, THEATRE CHATTER Sept. 26, 1.13 inches rain ....52 38 Sept. 27 69 31 Sept. 28 65 45 Sept. 29 54 44 Sept. 30 65 35 October 1 76 45 October 2 76 40 ALGONA MARKETS Com, 2 white $.70 2 yellow 67 "The Fountain", motion picture staring Ann Harding, Paul Lukas and Brian Aherne, and playing Wednesday nd Thursday of this week at the Call Theatre, is taken from the novel y Charles Morgan, published in 1932 nd called one of the most powerful ove stories ever written. It fits Ann Harding admirably, due o the fact that it gives tier ample op- jortunity to display the emotional type f acting of which she is a past maser, and to set forth the usual high dealistic standards of love which seem o always shine through her pictures, ven though the love be without sac- ament of marriage. Friday and Saturday of this week he Call theatere will present "Clm- rron," Richard Dix's greatest picture, aken from the Edna Perber novel. As spectacle this picture has few peers: as a presentation of the development f the west, it has no equal. It was he good fortune of this writer to see he first showing of this movie, several ears ago, and even the passing of ime has not diminished its appeal. We can heartily recommend it to old nd young alike, and it will shock no- ddy, while pleasing the youngest lad ho likes his action on the screen. The scene Is primarily laid In Okla- tioma, but it might apply to any of the new-born states west of the Mlssis- ippi. High calibre entertainment, with powerful lesson. "The Last Gentleman" Is the latest elease of George Arllss, with Edna Mae Oliver and Charlotte Henry (Alice n Wonderland) in the supporting cast t has a real surprise ending. The plot centers about the difficult ques- ion of the wealthy and irascible old man as to whom shall inherit his for- une. The right people finally do, but n the meantime there is much comedy of the subtle Arllss type, and good entertainment Not historical, not es- >eclalry deep, as are some of the Ar- llss pictures, but good entertainment on 'The Millionaire" order. Sunday and Monday at the Call. Barbara Stanwyck, at!uring, beautiful, dramatic, is usually some sort of lost lady in every picture. This time "The Lost Lady" Is the title. This, also, Is taken from a famous novel, that of Wllla Gather by the same name. The story has a trace of sadness throughout. As Marian Ormsby : Barbara has a rather difficult time. First her fiancee is unfaithful, then he dies; next she married a man she does not love, only to fall In love with the third man whom she refuses to yield to, however (by way of something different). Finally, as her husband (Ralph Morgan) is on his deathbed, she realizes that after all the years she has loved but him, and at last she finds p-eace, it is a coincidence that she does not discover this peace until hsr husband dies, a rather sad thlnj: to happen. Seneca Bride-to-be Guest at Shower Seneca: Miss Bcrnice Jensen and Sigurd Olsen of Rlngsted. whose marriage is to take place October 9th were honor guests Thursday tvenins at the Fred Jensen home nt a party given by the senior class. A miscellaneous shower was held for the guest of honor. Miss Jensen received many beautiful and useful presents. Games were played and a mock wedding was performed. Delicious lunch was served later in tht evening. Medium weight, 200-300 .......... $5.80 Heavy butchers .................. 8.35 Packing sows, 300-350 ............ 4.70 Packing sows, 350-400 .......... 4.60 Packing sows, 400-450 ........ 4.00-4.50 Light weight, 140 ................ 3.00 Light weight, 160 ............... 4.00 Light weight, 180 ........... 450-4.70 Cattle ' Fat cows .................... $1.75-255 Calves ....................... 4.00-5.00 Yearlings ................... 4.00-5.00 Fat steers ................... 6.00-6.00 Stock steers ................. 3.00-4.00 Bulls ........................ 150-2.25 THE WEEKLY RECORD WEATHER High LOW Oats 2 mixed ................... 68% .............................. •« canners and cutters 1.00-1.60 Poultry H«ns, over 4% Ibs »e Hens, under 4H Ibs 7c Ducks 4-Se Turkeys »c Sprngs, over 5 ibs He Spring, under 6 Ibs 9o Leghorns, under 4 Ibs. 7c Leghorn Springs 7c No. 1 '..' 20c No. 2 14c Cream 25c MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED Marvin J. FothergUl and Lillian Dolf, Armstrong, Sept. 27. Eugene Heslop, Eagle sojrove, and Frieda Johnson, Webster City, Sept. 29. Christian H. Meyer, and Anna Arends, Titonka, Oct. 3. Francis Biennen, Manning and Mary Merrill, Bancroft, Sept. 19. Nicholas Doocy and Anna Marie Lampe, Bancroft, Sept. 21. Oeo. N. Chrlstensen and Franc E. Mosher, Zumbrota, Sept. 22. Jasper Vaughn and Dorothy Stoddard, LuVerne, Sept. 25. DOROTHY STODDARD, LUVERNE, IS BRIDE OF JASPER VAUGHN, SUNDAY LuVerne: Miss DoroShy Stoddard and Jasper were united in marriage Sunday afternoon at fbur o'clock at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Stoddard. The single ring ceremony was used by the Rev. Wm. Baddeley. The bride wore a gown of brown crepe and carried a mixed bouquet. Miss June Stoddard, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid and wore a light blue gown. The best man was Arthur Raney, cousin of the bride. After the ceremony light refreshments Were served to 35 guests. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn will make their home on the Doty farm where Mr. Vaughn Is employed. Mrs. Fechner spent last week in Algona with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Trauger. Sherman Phillips and Joe Llchty attended Presbytery at Lone Rock Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hlntz are the parents of a baby boy, born Wednesday, Sept. 26. Esther and Elmer Merkle, Marie and Paul Knopf are In Chicago attending the Century of Progress. A miscellaneous shower was held on Thursday evening at the Wm. Vaught home for Mrs. Herman Vaught. Miss Louise Coleman returned to Waterloo Sunday after a month's vis- t here with her mother, Mrs. Carrie Coleman. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Craig, Violet Craig, Mrs. Mayme Craig, of Llvermore, Mrs. Hazel Lehman of Denver, Colorado, FORMER SWEA CITY MERCHANT DEAD AT FT. DODGE; Matches, :> boxes 25c! 13c Canning Pears Two Win Trips to Chicago and Fair E. R. Carney and Wm. Ringgenberg. employees of the Kent Motor Co., return U several days ago from Chicago, where they attended the CX-ntury of Progress as a result of winning trips. The trips were won in a contest held ov:r the past 90 days by different parts departments of Ford dealers in the bta'te. The Iccal men were accompanied by their wives on the trip. Sales Tax Man Here Next Week visited Monday at the W. F. Godfrey home. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Evans spent the week end with his parents" in Decorah. Miss Bernlce Swensen, who had (>een visiting friends here, accompanied them to her home in Decorah. The Good Will club met Thursday with Mrs. H. D. Rlstau and Mrs. Robert Hardcopf. The program on household hints was conducted by Mrs. Arthur Krause and Miss Emma Krause. Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Lloyd Zentner entertained twelve ladles Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Elmer Green in honor of her birthday. The afternoon was spent In playing rook. Rev. Baddeley gave his last sermon in the Methodist fchurch last Sunday. He has been transferred to the church at Woolstock and Rev. Victor Sohuldt of Elgin, 111., comes to the Methodist church of LuVerne as pastor. Mrs. Elsie Steussy and odn, Melbourne, have returned home from an extended visit with an uncle in New Glarus, Wisconsin. She also visited her daughter, Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. George Furstenau in Geneseo, 111., and other relatives in Davenport. Rev. Lelnbak of Belmond who has been holding morning Sunday services in the Presbyterian church, gave his farewell sermon last Sunday. The new minister Is Rev. J. I. Elrod of Atkinson, Kansas, and arrived Tuesday of this week. He will preach his first sermon Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Elrod have a family of five children of school age. 8we» City: The community was •hocked Saturday when word was received here of the death of Harry Bixby, age 47, of Fort Dodge who filed early Saturday at the Fort Dodge hospital of bronchial pneumonia, following an attack of the flu. Two years ago Mr. Blxby owned and operated the Bixby meat market and grocery store here, where the Bits Cafe is now located. A year ago he sold his interests here, and returned to Fort Dodge, where he managed a meat market. He Is survived by his wife, and son, Merrill. Ifurteral servloes were held at the Episcopal church at Fort Dodge and burial was made at Esther- vllle where the Blxby family are pioneer residents. Many friends from here attended the funeral services. A. H. Hundeby spent the week end at Minneapolis. Rev. G. R. Seimans of the Baptist church Is conducting meetings at Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Myhr of Ankeny visitad 'the laltter's sister, Mrs. Cad Sanborn, Sr., who Is ill- George Rohlln will ship five carloads of baled straw to feedrs near Knox- vllle in the southern Iowa drouth area. Mrs. T. F. Mitchell entertained the second division of the M. E. aid society at her home on Tuesday afternoon. J. L. Vaux Is rebuilding his barn into a double garage. Charles Kessler remodeled his single garage into a double one. B. F. Rhoads will act as Kossuth county delegate to the 1. O. O. F. sta'.e convention which will be held at Mason City Oct. 15-19. Mrs. Clyde Sanborn returned from the Blrney hospital at Esthervllle the past week where she was an operative latknt for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. August Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Larson and Mrs. H. T. Winter spent Sunday With the Harry Bixby family at Fort Dodge. Mrs. O. D. Simmons, who was Injured the past week, when her apron caught in the fly wheel of the gas engine while doing the family washing, is Improving. The senior class officers elected at A regular meeting are: Geneva Berg, president; Jeanette Wilson, vice president; and Kathryn Thomson, secretary and treasurer. Keith Albertson of the Northern Lumber Co., was called to EsUierville the past week on account of the death of his father, who died at the University hospital at Iowa City. Louis Appelt, a- Harrison township fanner, has purchased an oil station and bulk plant at Charles City. He will dispense WNMK products. His son, Wlllard, Is his cwipartner in the business. Election of officers of the American Legion was held on Monday night. The following officers were elected: Ray- Marquis, commander; J. H. Haglund, vice commander and Herman Bowman, adjutant. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sweaney of Carroll spent the week end here with his friends. Mr .Sweaney was former Instructor of the Smith-Hughes agriculture department of the Swea City high, school. He is now practicing law at. Carroll. Immunization for diphtheria will be given school children on Friday of this week by Drs. C. W. Lundqulst and C. Minkel, assisted by Mrs. Raymond Swanson, Mrs. G. K. Nelson and Mrs. Fred Peterson. This project is sponsored by the P. T. A. organization. Classified Ads Sensational is right, Jim. After months of higher prices, Gamble's Tire Sale is the biggest news of the year. Lowest priced tire, $3.25 exch. price. Crest Tire and Tube, $4.50 exch. 40 Beautiful New X DRESSES Wanted WANTED—Housccleannlg work. 20c an hour.—Mrs. Peter Heldt, Whltte- more. Phone 87F3. 40 WANTED—Representative to look after our magazine subscription Interests In Algona, and vicinity. Our plan enables you to secure a good part o'. the hundreds of dollars spent in this vicinity -each fall and winter for magazines. Oldest agency In U. S. Guaranteed lowest rates on all periodicals, domestic and foreign. Instructions and :qulpment free. Start a growing and permanent business in whole or spare lime. Addlress MOOREJ-COTTRELL. Inc., Wayland Road, North Cohocton. N. Y. 40-41 Have you tried our Thrifty wash.— Klncha Laundry. Phone 207. 49-tf PHOTOGRAPHER If we had only a PHOTOGRAPH. That comment la often made after it Is all too late. Keep photographic records of your family. Call at our studio at any time.—Peterson Studio, Will F. Brown, Mgr. 39-40 WANTED—Work shredding corn by experienced man.—Frank Stebritz, 412 North Minnesota. 39-40 For Sale FOR SALE—4 used corn pickers, 10 shredders, 4 corn shelters, C portable mills, 2 elevators, 3 tractors, 1 stout- pulverizer, etc.—Mielke, New Hampton, Iowa. 40-41 DAILY EGG LAYING MASH ir 28c 2.65 Cranberries __2 Ibs. 29c Head Lettuce, size 60 2 for 17c Bananas, 3 Ibs. 23c Potatoes, Iowa Cobblers pk. 25c i v\ n MT 11C IllfV JclM, *|X/* 5* bushef JOC J Busiest Little Store •! | in Town. 3 A j epitbciivai i ve ui me xvjwtt Mv*»irt. Board of Assessment and Review will be in Algona all day Friday, October 13, and the morning of Saturday, Oc- tob:r 13, at the court house to assist retailers in filing their safe tax return. Edward J. Mullen Is the field representative in this district. Change in Bus Schedule 1 Effective Wediu Interstate Transit Bus 1 sday, October 10th ,ines bus will leave Algona at 7:10 ;^. in., I") minutes earlier than present schedule. Southbcuna Read Dow n Daily A. M. T10 a. m- 7.30 a. in. T-.43 a. in. 8 15 a. in. 8:35 a. ni 8:55 a. ui. 11:05 a. in. 12:15 p. 111. 8:10 p ui. 5:15 p. :n. STAT1UMS Lv. Algona, Iowa Ar. Lv. St. Joe, [owa Lv. Lv. Liv-trniore, Iowa Lv. Lv. Humboldt, Iowa Lv. Lv. Badger COria-r, Iowa Lv. Ar. Pert Dodge, Iowa Lv. Ar. Ames, Iowa Lv. Ar. DCS Moiues Lv. Ar. Kaiisai City Ar. Omaha Northbound Read up Dahy P. M. 6:05 p. in. 5:40 p. ni. 5:28 p. in. 5:00 p. m. 4:35 p. m. 4:20 p. m. 2:10 p. m. 1.00 p. m. BUICK, 5-passenger master coupe to be sold at cut price quick. Call at Up per Des Molnes office-, Alffona, phon 230. FOR SALE—McCormlck-Deering 1020 tractor with power takeoff and 2- bottom John Deere plow complete. In flril class condition and priced for quick sale.—F. H. Laabs, Lakota, Iowa 40- FOR SALE— McCormick - Deering corn 844. picker.— Geo. J. Stewart, phon-: 40* CHIROPRACTOR HEALTH is happiness. Consult Dr. Res. 38-tf F. C. Scanlan, Chiropractor. Phone 755, Sanitarium 566. DENTIST AT THE FIST SIGN of soreness about the gums, see your dentist. Avoid any chances with pyorrhea, or other diseases that attack gum tissues. Your dentist will give you full information on the care of the t*eth. 40 RADIO EXTREMELY POPULAR are the imall model philco and Grunow radios. Priced at $22 50. Ideal for bed room, easily carried.—Bjustrom's. 40 ELECTRIC ARE YOUR ELECTRIC receptacles and switches conveniently located? We can make the needed changes.—Pratt Electric Co. 40 DAIRY MILK ISN'T EXPENSIVE. It's a necessity. A body builder! The perfect food! Try a quart, from The Woodside Dairy. 40 INSURANCE IF YOU CONTEMPLATE new or ad- dldtiormi insurance; If you have an Insurance problem of any kind, come in and talk to me. I have complete information for you.—R. S. Blossom, over owa State Bank. 40 FOR SALE— Vlctrola with 100 records, $5. Bed, davenport set *1. Library table, »3, buffet, $5.— 520 North Jones St. 40* THE GREAT ATLANTIC * f ACiriC TEA CO. ('barter a bus of any si/e. for sebool, pleasure or bii.-Miii-ss trips. Save money and keep tlie jjnmp to<j,etluT. Inquire at Hotel Aljiona. HELLO, folks, you now have a Brown wiss cattle breedtr '/i mile northeast f West Bend, Iowa, who has some ulls for sale.—Roy Dep*w, West Bend. 40* AUTO REPAIR BRAKE SERVICE. WE TEST your jrakes free. Expert adjustment made with guarantee of satisfaction.—Elbert Garage. 40 FOR SALE—Have two, practically >ew, Home Comfort, ranges at a bar:ain. Call in person for Mr. Hess at European Hotel. 40' FOR SALE—20 acre chicken ranch, first class improvement*.—U. A. Droes- nan, Lakota, Iowa. 40* FOR SALE—Extra good purebred )uroc male hogs at bargain prices. Buy now, save.—A. C. Carlisle, WniU temore. 39-40* Save that cream with a Vega wp- arator. Users biggest booster*. Medium size, $77.50. Terms—Bjuatrou's, Algona, Iowa. 3-tl Miscellaneous RUG WEAVING—Have your rug weaving done now. Prices are reasonable.- Home Rug Shop, 510 Soutih PW1 lips Bt. 40'-t FEED MIX HUBBARD SUNSHINE concen- rate wltb your own grain. An Inex- jenslve feed for egg production.—Al- ;ona Flour and Feed Co. 40 SODA FOUNTAIN OUR SODA FOUNTAIN is the nearest thing to perfection in the way of refrigeration you can find. And our drinks frove the fact.—Algonquin Con- :ectionery. 40 BEAUTY SHOP The REASON THE FINGER wave* you receive at Oora D. Miller's Beauty Shop are more lasting is because we wave the hair, clear to the scalp, not just on top. Phone for appointment 40 BEER PARLOR THE DEPRESSION'S OVER! Have a stein of beer and lineup with the optimists at Wellendorf's Beer Parlor. 40 MONKY TO LOAN—I have a few thouaund dollars of private money tha I luaii ut a reasonable rate on approved farm loan ur buslnau> property. M P. Hmfgard. 34-tf HEAL ESTATE BUY FARMS! BUY CITY property We can show you some opportunities that win astonish you. See us at once —C. W. Nicoulin, 7 N. Dodge street. 40 PLUUBINO A DRIPPING WATER FAUCET wll driw anybody crazy. We'll fix it.& Uuckey, plumbers. 4( Right now — when you're ready for your new Fall ilx-ess — we have dozens of new and attractive silk and wool frocks for you. And in all the popular shades, too— greens, browns and tiles, as well as black — a grand selection of the season's most approved styles. Slenderizing stream-lines feature these new dresses, with tunics and flattering necklines, yet giving that little added touch of distinction which every woman demands. Prices are so reasonable — selections so varied you'll enjoy buying the new dress at Ohrischilles & Herbst. $7.95' $12.85 $19.75 %jftF.f#Xi3f&#^

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