•fff^Wr 1 '.''' ?,•*•''.' / i 11 T r * OffiS SUDDENLY i, Mr, «r*6n family here last «• at 2 tSlfh *M" the «» church *t UiflU lives I Mrs. Pete *.""- *»«**iyuiut| called on "o here Friday. ;s. Esther linger Fisher has or Seattle, Wash wherp oh spend her vacation. .. '•Chester Pederson, of Ful ' "-'tt. ( visited .the John Fed. SWEA RESIDENT DIES AT HOME OF DAUGHTER sSSrils g*r*°wMttly 1MS4S family. _Mr and Mrs. Grant whfttemore, were Sunday Mr A 6 S*'heir grandmother 0 auSar^A «* »tY^L S . t ! 1 ? b i ns and Mrs. Henrv o3- h & i n - d A e J h <*e healtt „__ w Mr. and Mrs. August Kir^h oS JTt Sunda y "v"ning "st ors at the home of the lattev-'o «., «nts, Mr. and & Cyrus filsenl man, near Britt. While thlrelh"; ws^^wfcs &?"«'"«& % uncle and brother, S. B. McSwaln WrthM?? 1 ** 6 %-erfdSth omftday this week, so they w SEXTON NEWS But £77^ g sunlI6wer - My wlfe got h< »»But if she finds out what I was doing while she was away It will be the dog house for. me. . At the store everything^ l ove l y . Selling all the shoes I can get hold of. Could sell more If r could get them. ' . j -~v «"« «ii». \jari upneim and ivr Insulate Now! For A Johns-Manville Blown Home Insulation. Estimate Call 767 Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. DEL LEANEAGH l^>cal Representative 44tf m«rtoui« 4 int Ihe price per gallon may be « bit higher, but ft', ,he cheapest in «he tndbee.uttit.preaAfcrtl,^^, better «nd l«tti longer. MATT* LAMBERT HOUSE PAINT wHhttanJ, the exfreme. of werfhen - *hedi d^ retain* rt, frejh, elwn ap. pearanee/ it durable and beaubM Don't be milled by low prictt, worth- leu guarantee* or by extravagant elami for lome of the totalled''dit- «verie«." Cheap painti are expen. «ive at any price. They breakdown quickly <nd often murt be entirely removed before a good paint can be applied. Buy only good paint) _____ owan (BIdg Supply Co. Phone 276 ALGONA, IOWA ^^^^^^^^^"•^^astsalMaBaaa^B^a^^,^^ , l ^.^ s MRMERS NQTM £ h i-rt-^^5 to continue through seaoon. NICHOLS SHOE REPAIR • *. WE WILL BE CLOSED July 21 to 29 Open July 30th MODERN BBY CLEANEES AND TAILORS l»v Am happy to say what am Jn ou old friends. They l ook:]lke pre . war the flt Iike fl your feet a resi]lency they sure solid comfort. y e cl ,^ fer the " bus ">ess meeting and short, program at the Lutheran fr«h S m a H Thursda y afteraoonre- freshments were served by Mrs Clarence Heu^d Mr S . Clara Grefstad, Mrs. Arthur Hanson Mrs Andrew Espelandj Mrs. BenPfUb- sen and Mrs. Sverdrup Nelson. Likes Navy Training With me it is good shoes or no shoes. NEVILLE THE SHOE MAN ', only son . ., -•.—*• Earl Taylor, en_ in the navy late last spring and received his call to report in Des Moines July 3 He is'+nHn« his hoot training at Greatlfakes III., and writes home that so far he likes the navy training". Taken To; Hospital , : . Larry Becker, 10-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Becker, .. -Mrs. with_ her parents, Mr. " off, of Lakota. Again: The Women Wto Helped Avert a Food Crisis " oz COFFEE MILK WHEAtiES JELLO Canning KobinHood 11 SALT MEATS PORK SAUSAGE WIENERS COTTAGE CHEESE ASST.COIDMEAB BOLOGNA IB. . lb. 38c 29c I5c 14c 29c e You Can Take It" MIL Off 15 lb, peck -89e ,V, 98e * U»* CARROTS J5c SWATTERS | 0o PICKUBS. ,,»( • --, . i; _ t »«lit' r t., -'-' f Of S. ...,. Mr .,. tT ^, r ., v Fsr 'few h* LEMONS i 'Wr CR'PEFRUU * > -. y -,; , »i* 5 ^,L ^&d$st& ter .^j'-ta »* '
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