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The Upper Des Moines-Repubiicafl, September 3,1930 Mr. and Mrs. Wold 61 EstherviHe visited Aigotta relatives Sunday. Mrs. Carl Michaels visited relatives •and friends in Minneapolis last week. Tom Sharjp, the tone Rock merchant, was in Algona oh business Mon> day. Mr. and Mrs, M. E. Worster visited Sunday at Charles Ditsworth home in Swea- City. Sen Terhune, Irvington's rural letter carrier, was an Algona visitor on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Calver 6f Fort Dodge visited Algona relatives and friends Sunday. Mrs. Clarence Gertz and son of Emmetsburg visited at the Hugh Post home last week. Mrs. Harry Edwards and son, Tommy, Vlsted relatives .and friends at "Swea City last week. William Dooley, Jr.jp who has begin employed at Milwaukee during the •-summer, is home on a, visit. Attorney I. E. Hastings of Garner, •accompanied by a Mr. Olsen, was in .Algona Monday on legal business. Drusilla Caughlin leaves on Friday for Cedar Falls where she will take a 'two year primary course in the Iowa ^State Teachers' College. Miss Helen Bahs, of Fort Dodge -.visited a few days the latter part cf ilast week and the fore part of this •with Mr. and Mrs. Heinle Stebritz. Deputy Clerk Miss Clara Reynolds •came home 'the flrst_of the week from ^Minneapolis where she had spent a few days visiting friends over Labor Day, ' ,.: Lawrence 'Misbach is the new assistant at the Haggard pony golf course, taking the 'place of Jack Burtis and Olalr Blossom who are now attending school. ; Melzar Falkenhainer and W. P. Trench :came 'back Saturday from a •few days' fishing trip in northern IMninesota. "They brought back several muskles. ' Marshall Floyd 'Newville has been under the weather the past few days •with a severe cold and sore throat. He was unable to attend to his duties on Saturday. • . June Adele Overmyer left Friday for 'Oskaloosa, where she is instructor in 'French and Latin in the high school. She was graduated from the University of Iowa this year. G. Ray Smith left a week ago for Denver, Colorado, where he will play the piano for a stock company. Mrs. Smith and son will remain in Algona for some time yet. Mrs. J. R. Savage of Kankakee, Illinois, former resident of Sexton, re•turned to her home Saturday evening •after visiting friends and relatives in •the vicinity; of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Wadsworth, Mrs. Matthew DalzieV: and Mrs. Aggie F. •Knapp drove to Mason City Thursday and spent the day. Mrs. Knapp visited her son, .Harry Knapp and family. Mrs. Cora Virgin and daughter,, for their home'.at the former's mother, Mrs. M. E. Worster and sister, Mrs. Cleve Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Button were called to Des Moines Sunday by the death Of Mr. Button's brother. Mrs. Button returned home ttye: first of the week, but Mr." Button" remained -until wie middle of the week. *Mrs. Marie Peugnet,vLichty came •from San Antonio last week for a visit with her father, Amie Peugnet, She had been In San Antonio for the past several months taking care of the late George Galbraith. Mr. and.Mrs. Paul Corey of Rockford, Illinois, visited Friday at the home of Mr. Corey's uncle, F. A. Corey. They were on their way home from Wendt, South Dakota,' where they had visited Mr. Corey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Corey. Miss Helen J. Corey who has been spending the summer at Glen Isle on the Platte at Bailey, Colorado, will remain in the west during the coming year and will teach at Meeker, which is In the northwest corner of the state. She taught at Rlppey, jtowa last year. Mrs. Allen Raw is clerking in the Bloom store. W. "is. O'Brien was a Mason City business visitor last Friday. The M. J. oJneS family attended the state fair a few days last week. ii. M. Vinson is moving Into the H. B. Mason house on South Dodge street this week. The Misses Cecelia Kelly and Agnes McElroy of Emmetsburg were Algona visitors last Saturday. Perry Johnston and Miss Keegan of Des Moines were Sunday guests at the J. B. Johnston home. William Link, one of the leading southern Kossuth farmers was .In f. gona on business Friday. The M. E. Worster and M. J. Jones families attended the old settlers picnic at Livermore Monday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McEvoy returned Friday from a towo Weeks' visit with relatives at Muscatine. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Murtagh, Mrs. J. W. Sullivan and R, S. Blossom were Cherokee visitors last Friday. Bernard Green, who has a position at Golden, Colorado, arrived home last week for a visit with relatives. Mayor Joseph M. Dye of Swea City was in Algona Wednesday on legal business and calling on old friends. Mrs. -B. F. Crose arrived home from California last week, where she spent several months with her daughter Lucille. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stock and son came from Sioux City Saturday for a few days' visit at the A H. Stock home. George Moulton of Ledyard was down Friday attending a meeting of the fair board and we enjoyed a pleasant visit. Bill Dailey, son of Mrs. Edythe. Dalley, came home last Thursday from Greene,, Iowa, where he had spent ten days visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Polmeter of Chokio, Minnesota,, spent Sunday night at the W. V. Pool home enroute home from Renwick and Goldfield. •Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Strelt spent Friday and Saturday in Des Moines visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Coonan who is a brother of Mrs. Streit. Mrs. W. J. O'Brien and children, Maureen, Janice and Marc spent Friday and Saturday in Emmetsburg visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McCarty. Paul Kenenck came home last week from Iowa City where he had been attending the last session of summer school. He is undecided as to what he. will do this year. Russell Sorenson of Armstrong was a business visitor in Algona on last: Thursday. Russell Is in a cream station in Armstrong.- He also handles radios and cream separators. Cletus Tumbaugh, a son of Bert Tumbaugh of Swea City-has enrolled at the Chilllcothe Business College at Ohillicothe, Missouri, for the complete course of business training. He will tatoonVinnl •m V mann.Mxi.**t><**t*nmmm** Theodore Lusk, of Milwaukee, a brother of Mrs. M., J. Kenefick, arrived in the city Sunday for a visit with his father and other relatives. T. A. Lusk, his father, has been in poor health during the past month. ^ ;vM.r and;; Mrs., W, E. Stahl of St. Paul, formerly of Bancroft; -are""at Burt, Called there by the serious illness of Mr. Stahl's sister, Mrs. J. H. Grover. Mr, Stahl and his borther .William, of Burt were Algona visitors Friday. Mrs. Horace Hamilton left for her home in Minneapolis last Saturday after spending a month in Algona at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Horigan. Miss'Ruth Stokes accompanied her for a week's visit in Minneapolis. John' Ehrn and daughter, Marita, left for their home in Rock Island Sunday after visiting Mrs. Victor Eckholm and Rev. Raymond Swanson in Swea City. Mr. Ehn, who is in the auto repair business in Rock Island lived in Algona, between 1878 and 1891 and his father was a merchant tailor here. ^^ IneSs Hotter Is clerking In the Bex- all Store. George Free recently resigned from there. v Mrs. O. B. Barry does hot improve In health as was hoped and much alarm is felt over her condition. Bob Cliff returned home last Saturday front Minneapolis where he has spent two weeks visiting with his grand' parents. Dr. Louis Nelson of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Spent several days this week visiting with Algona relatives and friends,. Mrs. Wm. Howie and daughter arrived home this week from the west, Where they spent several months this summer. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Evans of Wewoka, Oklahoma, spent the week end with Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans. The men are brothers. Emmetsburg's -high school building was damaged to the extent of $10,000 by a fire of unknown origin last Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Sterling have moved into the house on South Hall street formerly occupied by Wayne Stephenson. Mr, and Mrs. Mike Arndorfer living east of St. Benedict are the parents of a baby girl. This Is the third child and the third girl. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Bazeltlne of Washington, Iowa, are visiting at the home of Mrs. Hazeltine's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cosgrove. _.,. andi Mrs. 'R. R). Kennedy of Minneapolis spent Sunday and Monday at the home of Mrs. Kennedy's sister, Mrs. Tom Sherman in Algona. Mr. and Mrs..D. J. Habegar and daughter returned last week from a. trip north. They also visited relatives at Grand Rapids, Minnesota. Ruth and Fred Kaune of Austin, Minnesota, spent the week end visiting at the A. J. Brown home south of Algona. Mrs. Brown Is their aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Marsh of Milr waukee visited relatives in Algona several days last week. Mrs. Marsh is a niece of Al and Otto Falkenhainer. Jack Burtis spent a few days In Mercy hospital at Mason City the first of the week, where he underwent a minor operation.. He came home yesterday. Dorothy Dixon of Rock Valley came Sunday to spend a few days visiting Alice Kain. The girls both attended Rosary College in River Forest, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Twogood left last week for California where Mr. Twogood is assistant basketball coach at the University of Southern California at Los Angeles. Miss Jane Vincent left Sunday for Franklin Park, Illinois, where she is head of the English department in the high school. Franklin Park is a suburb of Chicago. Mrs. R. F. Skiff of Elkhorn, Wisconsin, arrived in Algona yesterday for a visit with relatives and friends. She is on her way to Nevada, where she expects to make her home. Isabel Greenberg, daughter of Mv. and Mrs. Joe Greenberg, had her tonsils and adenoids removed and a sinus treatment at Mason f City last,Wednesday. She Is recovering nicely. T. J. Vincent returned the latter the' state fair at Des Moines! The Tower Company of which he is a representative, had an exhibit at the fair. Miss Shirley Hill, daughter of, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Hill, now "of " !f *Fort Dodge, who lias been visiting with her grandmother', Mrs. Lorenz in Algona, left Saturday for Chicago where she will take a course in nurses' training in one of the big hospitals. • Craven Suttleworth of Cedar Rapids spent some time in Algona Saturday. He is associated with the law flrm of Grimm, Wheeler, Elliott & Shuttleworth. Mr. Shuttleworth was a star half back on the University of Iowa football team a few years ago. Mr and Mrs. Gerald Lease have rented the furnished home of Mrs. I. G Dewel. Mrs. Dewel is not in the best of health and was compelled to give up even the work necessary in a givi. wi* *- _ t 14 __j ,.^4-v. her Mrs. P. E. Walley came up from Des Moines and spent the week end with her husband, Dr. Walley. Mrs. F. A. Kimball came from Webster City last Friday for a few weeks' Visit with Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Crawford. Mrs. Kimball Is an aunt of Dr. Crawford. Mrs. Anna Dixon of Rock Valley stopped off in Algona while enroute to Mason City to visit Mrs. Susan Barry Mrs. Dixon was formerly state resent of the Catholic Daughters of America. J. W. Little aha T. P. Harrington have purchased new Buick eight cylinder automobiles, Mr. Little and Robert Harrington went to Flint, Michi. gan, last Thursday and drove them back to Algona. Miss Maude Wenck of Garner and Marie Miller of Brttt and Emma Hyak of Garner called on Algona friends Friday afternoon. Miss Wenck is a farmer music teacher here, She Is now teaching in the State Normal School In Moorehead, Minnesota. M)ss Lucia Wallace arrived home last Friday after spending the summer in Mattoon, Wisconsin, visiting Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Partridge. The ladies are sisters. Miss Wallace also stopped in Chicago for a few days on her way back where she attended the opera at Ravlnia. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nugent and two children, Jack and Dingley, left for their home in Chicago on Saturday. Mrs. Nugent and the boys had spent the summer at the parental F. W. Dingley home here. Mr. Nugent spent a ten day Vacation here, before returning to Chicago. Mrs. Roy Chrisfensen came from Webster City last week arid stayed until Saturday for a visit at the Joel Herbst home. Roy was in Algona for a short stay also, one day last week on his way to Chicago on a buying trip for the Shipley store in Webster City of which he is manager. •. L. M. Ostcrbauer of Ottawa, Illinois, arrived Sunday for a ten day visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Osterbauer ,and to take- in the county fair. Mr. Oaterbauer is with the Creedon Hotel in Ottawa, this being his sixth year. His wife is well known in Algona as Maye Butler. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Worster accompanied the latter's daughter Mrs. Cora Virgin and daughter, Thelma, of Lincoln, Nebraska, to Freeport, Savannah and Galena, Illinois, for a visit with relatives. They returned home the fore part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Emmons drove down from Ladysmith, Wisconsin, on Saturday and stayed until Sunday visiting Mrs. Milton Fox, who is 111. Ths ladies are sisters. The Emmons family moved away from Algona about ten years ago. Mr. Emmons is connected with a newspaper In Ladysmith. Raymond Bradley, wife and daughter left Thursday lor a fishing trip in Minnesota, after a two days' visit with His mother, Mrs. K. Bradley. The Dr. Clyde Chitty family of Correst- lonville, came Saturday and Earl Bradley, superintendent of schools at ' Muscatine, came Sunday to visit with their mother, Mrs. Bradley. George'Hackman, Jr., left by oar pn Sunday for Knoxville, Tennessee, .where he Is instructor hi electricity in the Park Junior high school. This is his'fifth year at that school. He was to stop in Keoknk, Cairo, Illinois, and ' The Doctor Prices Return from Europe. Dr. and Mrs. J. O. F. Price returned last Thursday from a trip to Europe where the doctor attended the International Veterinary congress which was held In London. They sailed from New York on the Lapland June 14, and returned to Boston on the Cedric. Both trips were remarkably smooth and very few of the passengers suffered from seasickness. The Prices visited France, England, Scotland and Wales and were impressed with the beauty of Old England, the Highlands of Scotland and the coastline of Wales. In France they found that there were two prices for everything, one price for Americans and one for Europeans, the one for Americans, of course being the highest. Every nation In the world with the exception of Russia was represented at the congress. At the Lord Mayor's banquet for the visiting veteriarians 750 bottles of champagne were served to about 800 guests. LONE BOOK NEWS. s John Kerr will hold a sale of his house here Saturday afternoon, Alfred Krueger played ball at B'ue Earth at the fair Thursday and Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Janvrin and son, Raymond, spent the weelt end at Webster City. Whittemore defeated Lotts Creek 17 to 5 at the Lotts Creek ball diamond Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Leeper started working at the Macumber cafe last Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zoller of Nora Springs were business callers in town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rahm and Wm. Leeper went to Hollandale, Minnesota, Monday. Carl Zoller moved his family to Nora Springs Thursday where they will make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hulburt and baby visited at the home of Mrs. Jthts Rath Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Burt of Burt's Lake visited at the homes of James Ackerman and John Sprank Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, R. E. Trainer and son and daughter of Kanawha visited at the Frank Flaig home Sunday afternoon. Lillian Angus and Evelyn Blanchard'e Sunday School class held a picnic at xhe school grounds Thursday afternoon. E.va Ewoldt, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Carl Ewoldt, went to Mason City The Good Fellow The men who spends his money quite free, So long as It lasts, n good fellow will be; .But when he comes to the end of his raw His money is gone, ho hns nothing to show. His friends no longer stay with him now; Since his money Is gone, they quit him somehow. So the sensible thing is novtr to piay The good-fellow game; it does not pay. The Iowa State Bank hns found a. real friend Will advise you to save instead of to spend. Iowa State Bank Algona, Iowa last Monday where she will attend ichool. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kearns moved their furniture to Algona last Thursday until Mr. Kearns Is able to go to Sioux City. Mrs. Phil Spencer left last Wednesday for Washington, D. C., after an extended visit with her mother, Mrs. John Kerr. Miss Pauline Lewis of New Sharon, the music teacher for this yea, 1 , came (Saturday and wOl room with Mrs. Lillle Thompson. Mary Ann and Maxine Flaig and Donald Ackerman spent several days last week with their .grandmother Mrs. Ackerman near Burt.. " Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Roderick and three children of Mason City visited at the home of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. L, Roderick Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Bone and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sone and son, all of Cherokee visited at the J, M. Blanchard home Sunday. Mrs. John Kerr and granddaughter, Maurine Stewart left for Washington, D. C. last Wednesday where Mrs. Kerr will make her home for the winter, Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, son Jessie, Jr., and mother, Mrs. Whltehill of Burt visited at the home of Mrs. Lester Johnson at Bancroft last Wednesday. Mrs. Andrew Thompson and children returned home from Ames Saturday afternoon where they had been visiting with relatives for the past ten days. Mr. and Mrs. N, L. Cotton and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Shellito of Ames returned home Sunday from a week's fishing trip at Leech Lake, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Krueger went to Sheldahl last Sunday to visit the Erickson family and attended the state fair. They returned home last Tuesday. The Sunday School class of Alice Angus composed of girls of the fifth sixth, seventh, and eighth grades held a picnic in the Hobson grove north of town Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Werth and son, Robert of Cedar Falls visited at the Robert Dransfeldt and L. R. Roderick homes Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Worth and Mrs. Dransfeldt and Mrs. Roderick are sisters., Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Carpenter of Leaf River, Illinois, and Mrs. David Loge and son of Llvermorc visited at the home of Mrs. E. M. Hawks Saturday. The Indies are cousins and had not seen each other for forty,years. , Mrs. Enos Wortliington^qf Mallard and Mrs. George , Worthlngton and daughters, Edia ; and M Hulda, left on Monday, for Joliet) Illinois Where Edla will take up nurses' training ap,d. the rest will return home next Monday. Alfred Kfucger will : take tHft place of W. G. Flaig here as the Standard Oil Company agent. Mr. Flaig had 'W quit, work on account of his eyes. Alfred has been employed at the J. M. .Btan- chard hardware store for'over six-years. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Bianchard and daughter, Evelyn and son, -Howard, went to Cedar Falls last Tuesday. Howard will go to Brighton where, he will teach school this fall. The Blanohards will visit at the Lura : ,Mantpr,,hqma a few days. Mrs. Mantor is a sister of Mrs. Blanchard. School opened Mondayi-mornlngi-with the folowing teachers In charge: Superintendent, L. E. Godfrey of Lone Rock; Ruth Cross of Curlew; coach, George Manus, Rockford, Illinois; music, Pauline Lewis of New Sharon; seventh and eight grade, Lura Bewick of Burt; fifth and sixth grades/' Evelyn Behrmann of Bancroft; third and 1 fourth grades, Harriet Fish of Whittemore; and first and second ynrades,, Evelyn Thompson of Alexander. • ,*V ' > f , w n Special Prices ^SS^S^^KS^ FOR SATURDAY Foster Furniture Co. home and is now living with daughter, Mrs. Burton Thorpe. Miss Ann Murtagh left last Friday for Woodbine, Iowa, where she has been engaged to teach in the normal training school there for the coming school year. Miss Murtagh was graduated last June from the State University at Iowa City, where she took high rank. The many friends of Miss Maynvi Betts, chief operator at Algona Telephone Exchange, will be glad to learn that her condition is showing some improvement. Miss Betts is at the Nevada Sanitarium, where she went two weeks ago to recuperate from a rundown condition. Lute Henderson has not been as well as usual lately and is a patient at the Stebbins hospital at present It Is hoped he will be able to return to his home in a short time. Mr. Henderson has been ailing with heart trouble for some time and it is rest and quiet that he needs at present time and it was thought advisable to give him hospital care for a while. Mrs. Nora Kain and daughter Elizabeth came Saturday from their home in Aurora, Illinois, to spend a few weeks at the A. K, Cliff home. The Kains moved to Aurora from Algona about a year ago. Elizabeth is attending the Metropolitan Business College in Aurora. William Cliff will return with them in a few weeks and will enter Chicago University. Mr. and Mrs. Rollie A. Hunter came Monday from Des ^ Moines where they had spent two weeks visiting Mv. Hunter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred H Hunter. They will stay in Algona for about two weeks visiting at the home of Mrs. Hunter's parents, Senator*eleel and Mrs. L. J. Pioklnson. From here Mr. and Mrs. Hunter will return to Washington, D. O., where Mr, Huntei will attend the law school at George Washington University. Mrs. H. B. Hallock, who with her husband, county treasurer of Wright county live at Clarion, recently had her right leg amputated at the RochT ester hospital. After the amputation she suffered a stroke of paralysis, and for a time was in % ciritical condition. Last Saturday she was brought home and is now reportetj aj some better, My- Haljoclt is well known in Kossuth county, where he at one time published the Bancroft Register and later the Burt Monitor. HJs first wife was ft slater of the late George Paine ot A gona and Erneiit Paine of Moore of Algona who is employed by the^DuPpnt Powder Company at that place.. ' • • • ; i Mrs. Frank Crose arrived from Calf- 'fornia the latter part of the week after having spent "the> winter • with her daughter, Lucille, who Is employed in a bank in Glendale. Mrs. Crose expects to spend the winter in Washington, D, C.,. with Mr. Crose and the two will then drive to California for the summer at the end of the congressional session which closes Mr. Grose's duties for the summer at the capitol. Alfred Heckart came up from Humboldt Sunday to visit his sister, Mrs. Margaret Henderson. Mr. Heckart is making his home with his daughter, Mrs. Blanchard at Humobldt for the present. He is well known in Kossuth county having lived here many years. For the past eighteen years he has been living in New York. His wife died a few months ago and he decided to come to Iowa for a time. Miss M. J. Coate returned to Algona last Friday to take up her duties as principal of the Algona high school. She spent most of the summer at Atascadero, California, visiting with Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Butler and from August 12 she was crusing among the islands alongside Alaska. Her. boat was three days late coming back to the states due to fog and the run of salmon which was said to be the heaviest in years. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. O'Laughlin of Fond du Lao, Wisconsin, with Mrs. Ida J. Brown and Nettie Jenkinson of Brandon, Wisconsin, were visitors at the W. F. Jenkinson home from Monday until Thursday of last week when they left for Des Moines, Winterset, Iowa City and Rock Island. Mr. O- Laughlln, Mrs. Brown and Nettle Jenkinson are cousins of W. F. Jenkinson. The visitors together with Mr, 'and Mrs. W. F. Jenkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jenkinson and family, Mr. and Mrs, Austin Gardner and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Cruikshank and family enjoyed a picnic dinner at the West Bend grotto on Tuesday of last week." Bancroft Will Have Talkies Soon. Register: The Lonergan theatre is to undergo extensive improvements, preparatory to the installation of talking pictures. The front will be somewhat changed, the partition removed and "the booth moved to the extreme front of the building, giving more seating space than is now possible. The stage will 1 be, lowered, the wall covered with sound deadening material and new seats will be installed in the additional space provided. The latest type moving picture nmtchine with "talkie" attachments will be installed and within a short time the theatre will be opened to the public with a good run of pictures promised. Frank Lupin, together with Mr. Morness of Burt will operate the picture house Mr. Momess has had several years' experience In the moving picture business and was one of the first small town theafre owners to this section of the country to install "talkies" in his theatre at Part. Bancroft business men are glftd .that the theatre wii spin be open to the public and preened to give j| tMlr support \$h(tt-Spell C^/ (Jv(J I 9 «.'—- .(,'(.. 'of-Smart Fur Touches' Coats were never so distinguished as the Autumn 1930 creations. Materials, colors, trims—never so outstanding in grace and utter charm. The new length coats are positively fascinating. $16,00 to $6950 New Autumn Coats bring a wealth of new details and a note of sharp color contrast. in fabrics and furs. There are slight-flare Coats, low placed flares, Moused or bolero backs, every smart', coat carefully following the new frock lines. Materials were never so varied in any previous season. Models for evcrv occasion.

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