SUPREME COURT DECISION BLOW Oreen River, Wyo., Ordinance (Jets 0. K, of Supreme Court With the refusal of the United State Supreme Court to review the decision of the Wyoming State supreme court with regard to the Green River, Wyo., peddlers' ordinance, final approval was given to the Green River ordinance, or any other similar ordinance, regulating tile house-to-house peddlers nuisance. Background of the case, which effects every city, town and hamlet in the United States, Is this. Green River's council passed an ordinance- requiring dally license fees from house-to-house peddlers. A number of Organization doing business in that manner, including the Fuller Brush Co.. whose firm was contest- Ing the ordinance, along with Real Silk Hosiery. Jewel Tea Co., and others, carried the case to the Supreme Court, after a Fuller salesman had been arrested for violating the ordinance. The Supreme Court refused to even review the ease, thus substantiating the finding of the Wyoming state high tribunal. The Supreme Court's action in tile matter In effect makes It possible and legal for any city, town or hamlet so choosing to pass an ordinance similar to the one In Green River, and thus regulate and control house-to-house nuisances. The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 26,1937 Lucille Rich Is 4*Corner« Club's Hottest Four Corners: The Four Corn ers Mother's and Daughter's clu met last Thursday, March 18th a the home of Lucille Rich. Ther were 26 members and four visitor present The program was as fo lows: song, "Oh, Motherhood, th Beautiful"; roll call, Recent House hold Inventions; lona Witham Ruth Harlan, Thelma Witham an Bernice Jensen represented a negr quartet and sang two negro selec lions. A dialog, "A Minister's Mis take" was given by Iva Witham and Gladys Eisenbarth. The next meeting will be Marcr 25th at the home of Mabel Ehr hardt with Violet Walker assisting This will be a meeting which they were unable to have last winter. Poetical Half Hour T. H. Chrischllles appeared before the Rotary club, Monday noon, and after kidding the boys along by displaying some heavy volumes of Schoepenhauer and kindred departed souls, launched into some ballads of the Yukon Jake variety, which poved to be successful mirth- provokers. Visit at Gardners Sexton: Mrs. Mary Huff and Mr. and Mrs. John Huff, Jr., spent Sunday at the Stanley Gardner home near Algona. Mrs. Gardner is a daughter of Mrs. Mary Huff. In School Contest The District No. 7 school enters the spelling and arithmetic conteS at the Good Hope community room last Friday. Jimmy Lowman won second in the first grade arithmetic Ronald Haas won first in the sixth grade arithmetic and Mary Joyce Rich won first in the eighth grade arithmetic. Phyllis Rich won second in 5-8th ;rade spelling. Others entered were Marjorie Mitchell, Opal Sabin, Dors and Betty Jean Drayton. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Alexander and daughter, Joan of Sexton were Sunday and Monday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lowman, Jr. C. C. Baas' Of Whittemore Hosts Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. C. C Baas entertained at their home on Friday night in honor of their daughter, Elda's 23rd birthday. Among the guests who were present were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ketelson arid Norma of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baas and family oi West Bend, and Edna Ketelson of West Bend, Harry, Arnold and Sadie Ketelson and Evelyn Volgt. Cards were played at three tables and a delicious lunch was served. Evelyn Voigt spent the week end with Elda, returning home Sunday. Coach A Daddy Mr. and Mrs. Slagle of Seneca are the proud parents of a baby girl born Saturday night at the Wohnke hospital, coach at Seneca. Mr. Slagle is the ARMOUR'S "Farming is the most importnat Industry in Iowa. When farmers are prosperous, all Iowa is prosperous. A. & P. assists Iowa farmers by selling their products throughout the nation. Anti-chain store taxes, such as are being proposed in Iowa, would prevent us from doing our best selling job for Iowa farmers. Special ain store taxes must be added to the price of food sold in chain stores. B Sal taFIAblffl KnOW, 'increased price* to. consumers without increased prices to farmers, means a smaller market for farm products. Anti-chaln store taxes deny producers the full advantage Ot direct distribution." Armour-* Z-W9*.cn- Corned Beef 29c Corned 2 W 01 cans Beef Hash _~26c tWO 12 0* C4UM Roast Beef __36c Vienna 2-4 01. can* Sausage 19c two 7 oz. can* Veal Loaf 25c BUTTERNUT Coffee 1 Ib. can Sic S Ib. en B5c BOKAR COFFEE vigorous & winey two 1 Ib. can* 45c HERSHEY'S PRE-EASTER VALUES Country Eggs . doz. 21c Candy Jelly Eggs Ib. lOc Creamery Butter . Ib. 37c Bulk Cocoanut . Ib. 19c Cake Flour 36 oz. pkg. Swansdown . . . 23c Hormels Mushroom 2-16 oz. eU» Soup .... 23c Del Monte Country Gentleman Corn . . No. 2 can lOc Health Soap Lifebuoy . . 3 cakes 17c Scot Paper Towels . roll lOc Oxydol . 24 oz. pkg. 19c New Potatoes . 8 Ibs. 49c Bananas . . 3 Ibs. 25c Carrots . 2 bunches lie COCOA H Ib. can Be 1 Ib can 15c Baking CHOCOLATE '/£ Ib. cake lie Chocolate Almond BAR 8 oz. bar 15c Milk Chocolate BAR two 8 oz. ban 25c Tune in "A. A P. Bandwagon" 7 to 8 P. M., Thur*day, WCCO A&P Food Stores SEXTON SHOWER FOR NEWLY-WED BRIDE ON SAT. Mrs. Harry Felter is the Guest; 40 Join in Party Tom Shermans Tell of Visit To Hollywood Movie Studios Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sherman returned Wednesday, March 16, from a two months' trip to the west coast. They were met at Des Moines by Tom's brother, Joe Sherman of Bancroft Mr. and Mrs. Sherman had gone to California primarily to see their son, Richard, famous young author, who Is under contract to Twentieth Century Fox. They spent most of their time In Beverly Hills and took little side trips through the surrounding Sexton: A miscellaneous shower country, stopping at Santa Ana, «.,«. h i* !„ «u- h~ii ».<,... o_. Anaheim, Pomona, Whlttler, River- was held in the hall here on Sat- ( side etc Mr Sherman urday afternoon in honor of Mra. Harry Felter, the former Arlene Brethorst, who was married last Dec. 19th. There were about 40 present and the afternoon was spent writing advice to the bride and solving riddles. Ice cream and cake were served by the hostesses, Dorothy Fraser and Mrs. Jack Dlts- worth, Algona. Mrs. Verle Schmidt, another hostess, was unable to attend because of sickness. Mr. and Mrs. Felter are making their home on a farm near the State Park, south of Algona. Mrs. Felter is the teacher at the Martinek northwest of Sexton. school that in the orange country, frosts fruits forty Boy at Kerns Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kerns became the parents of a nine and one-half pound boy, Sunday. This makes a family of five boys and one girl. Attend Family Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham and children attended a family dinner at the Herman Warmbier home near LuVerne Sunday in honor of the H. Warmbier children, who were confirmed Sunday in the Lu- Jieran church in LuVerne. Mr. Warmbier is a brother of Mrs. Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thompson and Children spent Sunday at the Clarnce Atchison home near Stilson. A short program will be given lext Sunday morning for Easter by he classes in the Sunday School. There is to be preaching service t the church here Monday and Wednesday evening in honor of 'assion Week. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green and hildren spent Sunday at the home f William's mother, Mrs. Grace Green, near LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kutschara en- ertained six couples at cards on Saturday evening. Following the ards, lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Burger and LeRoy's mother, Mrs. Arch Burgr. Burt, spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Arch Burger's mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stevens and Ar. and Mrs. Will Comp of Winter- et, spent Monday at LuVerne at he Dick Wermersen home. The two omen are sisters of Mr. Wermer- en. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ophelm of taples, Minn., who are visiting Irs. Opheim's mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise, spent the week end at Mason taergt the •MacTTand stf other Wise omes. Mrs. Ophelm is the form- r Nell Wise. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and idith were Sunday dinner guests of >frs. A. D. Richards, Algona. In >e afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Greenfield, Algona, and Mr. and ifrs. Merle Richards and children, one Rock, were vlsitora there. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and ion Everett and Mr. and Mrs. Will omp of Winteraet spent Sunday at ifapleton, Minn., with Mr. and rfrs. Lloyd Steven and family. Joyd is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Larvey Steven and Mr. and Mrs. 'omp were week end visitors here. Mr. and Mrs. Will Comp of Win- erset came Friday for a few days' isit with Mrs. Comp'3 sister, Mrs. larvey Steven and family. Mr. nd Mrs. Evert Hodgin of Webb pent Saturday at the Steven home. 'Irs. Hodgin is the former Pearl teven and Mr. Hodgin is a teach- r in the Webb high school. had damaged citrus per cent February 28, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman attended the Iowa Picnic held in the Lincoln Park at Los Angeles. This is an annual get-together for lowans In California. The park represents thn map of Iowa. The Shermans visited Kossuth, Humboldt and Webster county quarters. Other Algonians attending the picnic were Mr. and Mrs. S. 1 E. McMahon, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Samson, Mrs. Harry Wilson, Mrs. Nellie Bowyer, Clem Nugent and Mark Peterson. They visited the 20th Century Fox studio, which is a very large affair located in West Los Angeles. The studio proper Covers an area of 110 acres, and is enclosed in a substantial fence. Admission is gain ed by pass only. Outsiders are'not allowed to see any pictures made. Five hundred men were continually employed taking down and patting up scenery. Richard Sherman's contract has Just been completed. He will have a six months' vacation in Mexico where he will probably find material for more stories. Starting on August lit, he will again enter into a six months' contract with the 20th Century Fox Films. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman visited the former's younger brother, R, B. Sherman, mayor of El Paso. They visited Juarez, Mexico, which is situated in Mexico directly across on the Rio Grande. This is a typical Mexican town, with Mexican people and customs. Dr. C. M. C. Walters, formerly of Bancroft^ now proprietor of the Bimlnl Baths, situated In Los Angeles, one of the terminal springs. Dr. Walters is one of the most popular men In Los Angeles, but he Is always glad to see Iowa friends. Mr. Sherman did not see Col. Thomas F. Cook, former prominent Algonian, now living at Los Angeles. Mrs. Sherman understood, however, that his health had been rather poor lately. They also missed seeing Mrs. A. D. Clark and ex- senator and Mrs. H. C. Adams. Th«Mon About Town Says New Line of Trucks R. R. Hutzell of the McCormick- Jeerlng store, just returned from Mason City, where he was guest at a big dealer meeting of the International Harvester Motor Truck oganization. The occasion wens the announcement cf an entirely new line of International Motor trucks. Newspaper advertising is flexible. Newspaper advertising is quick, and easily controlled by the advertiser as conditions demand. We Solve Your Clothes Problems Coats Dresses Gloves WE DELIVER You can trust us with your best party gowns. Scientific methods preserve their shape and their original beauty. You'll be pleasantly surprised when you see last year's topcoat. Its bright, refreshing appearance will thrill you. Curtains Drapes Blankets Clean curtains and drapes mean a orighter home. We do them up beautifully, at low cost. Send them to us now. Accessories are important in spring dress. Be sure yours are in tip-top snape; cleaned like new and ready for wear. MODERN DRY CLEANERS A neat bit of advertising, one which caused folks to linger and look the second time, was the Iowa theatre poster which gave the dates of the picture showing as March 14-61. Many still wonder who believes March to have 61 days or more. The town of Bancroft had 83 cast their votes at the recent school election. That puts a town of the size of Algona In the "don't care" class. See that you get out and vote in the city election Monday and then when you squawk you'll have loud. a legitimate right to holler A plea for Conservation members In the Advance brings forth the annual reminder of the local sewer system. Sooner or later, but as sure as one is living a disposal plant will be forced upon us. Why not do it now? Preserve the fish and other aquatic habitues. Go to the river at the Fisher dam and get a good smell of the steaming stench and your doubts will be con firmed that something must be done. One of the new stores on the south side of State street which lost a clerk a few months ago by marriage Is almost ready to send out the second one. At least the young lady's boy friend was pricing wedding rings Saturday night If this keeps on the manager should take a rake off when his help is ready for the market, and forget about the sale of silks and satins. * * * The Sorensrn grocery painted the rest room and the first to run afoul of the sign "wet paint" wai the careless Thelma Blinkman. Dutch Swanson of the A. & P. heard of her plight and came to the aid with a bottle of turpentine and those in the know are convinced the paint will wear off with time, but not by external antidotes. • * • Firm Lalng let a rat out of the bag when he asked Sam Smith how his corset was working. Then for the first, time, Mrs. Smith learned that Sam had been wearing an elastic girdle for excess avoirdupois for about four weeks. Henry Johannscn rrated easily looking out the big window at the Mid-Continent service station, one foot on the floor and the other on the window sill, his elbow on a knee and his head in a hand. The telephone aroused him from day dreaming and street gazing. He stepped sidewise and in so doing set a foot into a bucket of water calf deep. Laughs are in vogue. • * * A blue potato is being experimented with and cultivated by Bill Steil. Three years have been spent with a few hills resulting. The tuber grows something like a peanut, one on the end of a long root. It is palatable and the inside of the skin resembles a beet but of different color. V » * Howard Platt is often stopped on the street and asked to do sign painting. Lyle Mathes is approached for prices, on shingling and cement work. The boys have a resemblance and are mistaken one for the other. Now if they can only fool their wives. * * • "What have you got for number 54?" is the most asked topic of the day. Well, what have you got and why? * • • As the years roll around so does the time for the signs "Keep OH the Grass" on the courthouse lawn. Each yearly appearance of signs brings the amazed look to the face. What grass? Even now with the band stand gone, where is the grass? Would like to have the money spent on grass seed the past ten years. • * • Girls are learning modern way* fast. At the girls' state final basketball tournament in Des Moines come hotel manager was forced to put a stop to the raising of h by the girls in order to save the interior of the place, and let other roomers sleep in peace. Thac is an old trick of the boys. Patrolman'* Car Goe« Into Ditch "Red" Ciildwell. highway patrolman from Des Moines, returning to that city from a trial at Spencer drove his car from the top of a steep embankment, late Wednesday afternoon, near St. Joe. Blinding snow obstructed bis vision. Fortunately he was not injured. A GENTLEMAN "A man that's clean inside and outside, who neither looks up to the rich nor down on the poor, who can lose without squealing and can win without bragging; who is considerate to women, and old people; who is too brave to lie, too generous to cheat and too sensible to loaf; one who takes his share of the world's goods and lets other people have theirs." Help Celebrate At Armstrong Whittemore: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Bruhn and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinert attended the 25th wedding anniversary dance held at Armstrong on Friday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Looft. Mrs. Meyer and Mrs. Looft are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer and daughters, Verda and Helen, Mrs. Louisa Nissen and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn and daughter, Ruth and son, Billy, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinert and daughter, Verdel attended the 25th wedding anniversary dinner Gamble and Dance Rife at Lakota Need* Reform LaKota Record: Something is going to have to be done about the unlawful attitwde adopted by some Lakota visitors who patronite the dance or gome^of Lakota's gambling dens on Saturday nights. One restaurant lit Lakota ran a wide opea gambling establishment all winter until stopped recently by the town authorities and there are punch board* galore in four or five business establishments. It is a well known fact that those who cause most of the trouble are from out of town. If dances in Lakota cannot be run without the lawlessness which accompanies them at the present time they Should be abolished. The type of people attending these dances from out of town surely do not contribute much to the good of the town and it is a certainty that they do no end of harm. The most powerful weapon against a thing of this kind is the outspoken opinion of the townspeople. Let's think of the Influence which these ruffians have on the children of Lakota whose minds are in the formative stage and forget about the few paltry dollars that they contribute to tfie beer manufacturers and retailers. "Dick" Gets Credit Humboldt Independent: All Iowa people will regret the serious illness of Ex-Senator Dickinson. Even his political enemies have to admit that he was honest and above-board, distinctly told where he stood, tor Dickinson is no pussy-foot- 1s complete recovery will be by everyone. IANCE Tom Gates and His Oxford Ballroom Orchestra Whittemore Academy V Easter Monday March 29th FOR SALE—<A 2-bottom Oliver plow in good condition.—McEnroe B«w. 13 FOR SALE—Hampshire bred gilts to farrow April 1st to May 1st Your choice from 66 head as long as they last—Boshell & Roland, St. Benedict, Phone 386-W, Algona. 12-13' FOR SALE—Unimproved square, 160 acres, no better soil in county. Level. Priced right, good terms.— McDonald & Co. 12 FOR SALE—Small piano, like new. Partly paid. Sell for balance. Easy terms. See in Algona. —Wholesale Dept., Baldwin Piano Factory, Cincinnati, Ohio. 12* FOR SALE—1936 Deluxe Plymouth Tudor Sedan equipped with hot water heater and fan. Low mileage. Excellent condition $523. —Klassie Motor Co., Algona. 12 FOR SALE:—Sued corn, get yours' now before spring rush. Save time and money.—A. C. Carlisle, Whittemore. 12* FOR SALE—John Deere endgate seeder, good as new.—Leslie McEnroe, Algona. 12* FOR SALE—Two used typewriters. One good L. C. Smith, cost $110 new, cleaned up by factory WANTED—Kitchen cabinet State price and description and where can be seen.—E. H. Thomas, Irvington, Iowa. 12 Miscellaneous WANT those sheep sheared? Call C. Bristow, Burt Iowa. 11-12* FARMERS ATTENTION—Sheep shearing. See Frank Lewis, Algona or E. Pearson, Phone 82, Lone Rock. 11-12 & 15-16* GONE NUTTY! — Overstocked with used radios taken in trade on the popular Zenith Radios. Look them over, make me an offer. Will demonstrate.—Thomas Radio Service, Irvington, Iowa, 12 MONEY TO LOAN—4'4% on good, improved black prairie farms. One-half present value. No commission, no stock, no chattel mortgage, no examination charge. Abstract required. Send for application blank.—Smith & Smith, Fairfield, Iowa. 12 Notice of Sheriff's Sale STATE OF IOWA KO.SHUTH COUNTY, SB. 16665. Notice IB hereby given that by virtue of Special Execution directed to me from the Clerk of the District Court of Kossuth County, Iowa, on a judgment rendered In said Court, on U,B bth Ji.y of February ID'iT, In favor ff Home Owners Loan Corporation as plaintiff, and against D. H. Qoedera and Elsa M. Uoedem as <1«- »*«» new, ticoncu up ujr inquiry , uoeders and Elsa M. Uoedem as <1« men, going at $25 cash. One Un-1 fsndant, for the sum of Flv.. derwood nortable used six months Thousand Eight Hundred Fifty- Bev- n l™^S£?w'™t** ?°™$M - tt " d - 10 - 1 ? 0 <»«J«.IO»-Dollar. <"'" new, going at $35. Typewriter sales —L. C. Smith, Corona, Underwood and service. — The Des Moines. Algona Upper 12 FOR SALE—10x16 ft. building, also 2 rooms and Delco light plant and batteries.—J. A. Stacy, 5 miles south of Algona on 169 . 12* FOR FARMS or town property, see me.—C. W. Nlcoulin, real estate, Algona. 7-30* FOR SALE—Sweet Clover seed, re-cleaned and scarified.—Boshell & Roland, 386-W, Algona. 11-12* FOR SALE—t Aberdeen Angus yearling bulls.—Jacobson Farm, 5'/4 mile* north of Fen ton, Iowa. 11-14* FOR SALE—1936 Chevrolet tu- dor. Hot water heater and radio. —Klassie Motor Co., Algona. 11 FOR SALE—1938 Chevrolet tudor with dual equipment and hot water heater. Good and clean.—Klassie Motor Co., Algona. 11 FARMS FOR SALE—All sizes, prices, locations. Term* to suit you. List your farm with us.—McDonald & Co. 10-tf FOR SALE—Small piano in Algona. Continue the payments. Only $68 left. Write Baldwin Piano Store. Des Moines. 10-13* For Bent FOR RENT—100 acre* blue grass pasture or will pasture catU* by season.—Aage Hansen, Burt. 12* FOR RENT—6-rooju modern house, close in, $17 per month. 211 West Call. 12* Wanted HOUSEKEEPER WANTED— One who can aasiat with care of invalid.—H. W. HoUandsworth. Al- yona. 13* coHtu. taxed at One Hundrtl Nine and 79-100 <|10».7»> Dollar! and accruing co»t», J have levied upon the following describe! real property iia the property of the said D. H. Qoeri- trs and Klutt M. Qoeders to satisfy said execution, to-wlt: Lot Four (4) of Block Forty-Three (43) Algona. Koaeutr County, Iowa. And I will proceed to tell ««ld property, or go much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said execution, with costs and accruing costs at public auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, in hand, on the «th ilay of April, 1837. at the east door of the Court House In Algona. In 'V'futh County, Iowa, at the hour of 10 o'clock A. M., of said day when and where due attendance will be given by the undersigned. Dated this 6th day of March. 1937 CASEY IXDSS, Sheriff of Kossuth County, la. By A. J. COGLEY. Deputy. Fred J. Keefe, Plaintiff's Attorney. ,|., 2 NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF TIME FOB KBDiiMITIG.N FROM TAX 9AVK To Frank Hill; You are hereby notified that on the 2Ut day of May, 1934, the then Treasurer of Kassutb County. Iowa at the adjourned regular tax sale hold at the Court Ho»m, on said date sold the following described real estate, situated In Kossuth County. Iowa, to-wlt: The North-eakt Quarter of the North-we«t Quarter of Section Twenty-ihree <Z3) Township No. One Hundred (100) Range Thirty (30) West Of the 6th F. M. to H. E. Rlst for the delinquent taxes which w«r« then past due. delinquent and lien thereon: that there was Issued to said H. E. Rlst by the ««I<1 Tr*a»urer at KoMuth County. Iowa, <t tax sale certificate of purchase therefor, who subsequently, to-wlt: on or about the »th day of December. 1934. assigned said certificate In the manner provided by law. to It. P. Haggard, the un- dernlfrneq. who Is now the lawful owner ana bolder of said certificate "f purchase. That the rl«ht of re-i deniption from said tax sale will expire and a tax d««d for said premises will be made by the Treasurer of KoKsuth Coijnty, Iowa, conveying Raid rtul telau an provided bv law "HU-I.B redemption 1« made there- from within ninety (90) davs from tliu completed service of this no- tire. Tin«,,i this »th day of March, A. M. P. H>»GrtARr> '(••••ful own«r ami tolder nf 10-11-12 said certificate. AT LONG'S Food Shop Spinach 2 Ibs. 16c New California 193? crop Long's special vacuum packed Dinner Coffee 26c We are agents for the great Nash Coffees Packed in 1-2-3 pound vacuum glass Jan. Something New Peanut Crunch Peanut Butter TRY A JAR Fane? Card 16e BOc For Easter make Long's Tour Trading Post HAMS Part or whole also picnic slk«. No Batter is complete without HAM. We hope to have another shipment of extra fancy fruit and vegetables just like we- had on display last Saturday. The Strawberries were great. Phone Your Orders Early —Mjuty Deliveries SAVE OUR RED COUPONS Phones 214-216 Algona, Iowa Buy With Absolute Confidence At the Only Place in Town That Offers One 1936 Hudson Brougham Trunk, Heater, Electric Hand One 1936 Terraplane Brougham Trunk, Electric Hand, 16,000 actual miles One 1934 Terraplane Coach New rubber all around. One 1933 Master Chevrolet Coupe very clean One 1929 Chev. Coupe, complete motor overhaul Onfe 1929 Studebaker Sedan One 1928 Chevrolet Sedan WE TRADE EASY TERMS COME IN AND SEE US Dependable Repair Service on all Make* of can by Roy Crapser WASHING AND GREASING Bornong Motor Co. HUDSON-TERRAFLANE SALES AND SERVICE Phnoe 410 j. G. Bornong, Owner. We've Got Just What You Want The successful store must have exactly what Che customer wanU. This means tremendous stocks and frequent trips to market The Chrischilles Store is prepared to serve your Easter needs with the most complete stocks in its history. Here you w^iJ find Coots, Suite and Dres»e« in such bewildering assortments that you'll marvel at our daring. Dozens and dozens of those popular "jigger" coat* in *11 the beautiful new •hades of this 8priB«*s color chart- priced at (ItM to *KM. Longer full length coats, with belts and semi-fitted in the same pr^fe ranges. Suits W« «e*m "to«»"— ««1 U»e wide range of styles from the tailored model, to the swagger and dressy type makes it possible for »vwy woman to look well in a suit. Prices from 91248 ** *p^ ' advanc^ d/eases in laces, marquisettes and lighter colored print! We arriving to forecast a big dress season. Be prepared by buying your dress now from these big selections Priced from (&M to flUU. (A few higher). Now is the time to buy— this U your authentic Easter store.
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