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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 7, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Mbines, Algona, Iowa, June 7,1938 ADELINE'ERPELDING BRIDE JUNE 1 IN CEREMONY HELD AT ST. JOE Weds Nicholas Wagner; Couple to Farm N. W. of St. Joe St Joe: At 8 o'clock at the St Joseph's Catholic church Wednesday morning, June 1st, Adeline, the youngest daughter of Peter Erpelding, became the bride of Nicholas Wagner, son of Mrs. Lucy Wagner. The Rev. Father Theobald performed the single rfntf ceremony In the presence of the Immediate families and friends of the bride and groom. The wedding march was played by Mrs. Peter BScker. The bride wore,!? gown of white sifh taffeta with a and other wh ulsettc over veil She carried an arm 'bfluquet^lMf Johanna Hilt roses. **JSS«k^HlJi Was attended by the groom's niece, Marjorie Reding, who wore a peach net floor length gown 4 over taffeta with White accessories,, «l»d carried an arm bouquet of, peach carnations. The bridegroom wns attended by the bride's brother, Alvfn, and both wore dark suits. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served to 100 relatives and friends at bie home of the bride's father. The newlyweds entertained relatives and friends at a wedding dance the same evening at the floral hall in Algona. Music was furnished by the Rhythm club. Mr. and Mrs. Wagner will live on a farm five miles northwest of St Joe. Gets Restaurant Job Alvln Krpelding returned to Sioux City Thursday where he has secured a job in a restaurant for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Ous Bosalis from Cherokee were Wednesday evening callers In this vicinity. Rita Becker is assisting with the household duties at the Mrs. Lena Fuhrmann home near Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Wagner. Swea City Mayor Weds Algona Pair On Tuesday Night Swea City Herald: A twitter of excitement flowed up and down main street when the news leaked out that Mayor A. J. Christensen had presided at a wedding ceremony Tuesday night. Inducted into of lice this spring, it was the mayor's first experience with anything of this sort, but he carried it off with aplomb. Joe E. Johnson. Algona painter and decorator, with a fist full of papers he had obtained from Court Clerk Katharine McEvoy, came to Swea City and asked the mayor to perform the ceremony. It appears now when you apply for a marriape license you must sign about as many papers as when you join the corn-hog program At any rate, after His Honor looked over Joe's documents, he hodded assent. Thereupon the party adjourned to the council rooms where the mayor intoned the words which made Neva Palmer of AI- ?ona th« wife of Joe Johnson. Look- Ing on as witnesses were Leo E. Aman and Florence Jennings of A eona. Offering his congratulations t the couple, the mayor collected th two dollars allowed him by th Iowa statutes, and the w»ddin party went on its way. New Auxiliary Officers Named At Lone Rock Lone Rock: The American Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. N. L. Cotton Wednesda'y afternoon Officers were elected for the year as follows: president, Mrs. Otis Sanders; vice president, Mrs. Jim Ackerman; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Hattie Sprank; historian, Mrs, Ralph Thompson; chaplain, Mrs. Emii Kraft. The unit will have their annual picnic at Bureh Lake, July 13. The attendance contest closed with this meeting with Mrs. Emil Kraft's side winning. Proceeds of the candy and poppy sale held May 28th amounted to $28.48. Lunch was served to 11 members and two visitors. Thrpp New Babies Mr. and Mrs. Deimer Fisher are the parents of a daughter and 3 son wns born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schmidt and also a son to Mr. and Mrs. Wendel Roberts the past week. Rita Thull, and Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Frideres attended commencement exercises at St. Michael's church In Whittemore last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Reding from here accompanied Elsie and Alvina Carman and Augusta Kurth from Minneapolis to Davenport last Sunday and Monday to visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding and family, Mr. and Mrs. Orvllla, Wagner and daughter and Mrs, Lucy Wagner were last Sunday evening visitors at the Nick Reding home in Whittemore. Barretts to Spend Summer, Livermor Livermore: Mr. and Mrs. V. A Barrett of Troy, are spending som time at the Raney home. The Bar retts have two children. Mr. Bar rett was superintendent of the Led yard school for a number of years find Mrs. Barrett, who before he marrage was Miss Maude Raney was also a teacher in the Ledyart school. Mr. Barrett has been at the heac of the school in Troy during the aast year, and has been rehired for another year. During this summer vacation Mr. Barrett will be in the employ of the Marco Hughes Com>any. Minister, Bride Visit Whittemore: Rev. John Zimmermann and his new bride were call- ng Monday afternoon at the home f his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Riggert. Rev. Zimmermann s a Lutheran minister at Wheaton, Minn., and was married Sunday, une 5 at Fort Dodge to a Miss Vheat. His parents are Mr. nnd Mrs. John Zimmerman?-. Eugene Blanchard of Mason City spent the week end at the J. M. Blanchard home. Betty Ann and Eula Mae Sharp took part in the dance revu-- at Algona Friday evening. Mrs. Bernard Lecper and family of Swea City were guests at th Hugh Marlows Saturday. Kathryn Stebritz spent Sunda and Monday nt the M. J. Harbrit home in St James, Minn. The Robt. Schmidts left the for part of the weeR for a visit wit] relatives at Watertown, Wis. Miss June Blerle who taught in the school at Rock Rapids, came home Saturday for the summer. Knthryn Stebritz spent severs days the past week with her mother Mrs. Jessie Stebritz at Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Buffington of Titonka were guests at the Arend Neiland home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Macumber and son, of Algona, were guests at the F. A. Macumber home Monday Miss Florence Householder and a ;irl friend from Osage left Friday 'or an extended tour in the west. Mrs. Calvin Householder was taken to the Kossuth hospital on 'hursday evening for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Blanchard if Olin came Friday for an extended stay at the J. M. Blanchard lome. Mrs. Roy Jensen and daughter, .larjorie, drove to Pipestone, Minn., Wednesday for a visit with relatives. Robert Gladstone, who attends ollege at Dubuque. arrived home he first of the week for summer acation. Mrs. Ivan McLaughlin of Tucson, Tizona. came Tuesday for a month's •isit with her parents, the Otis Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Rice spent londay with Mrs. Norman Welch at Dows and Thursday at the I. D. "lobinson home at Hampton. Mrs. Russell Sharp, and daughter Rewrites Of Newt From Lart Thursday's konuth County Advance oan, went to Granada, Minn., on Friday for a visit with Mrs. Sharp's other, Mrs. Peter Brendt. Mrs. Ralph Hulbert and family. ml Mrs. Frank Householder and ons .spent Thursday afternoon at ic Fred Rath home at Burt. Mrs. Arthur Priehe, son Dennis, id Leon and Merton I .Jtrsen return- 1 home from Derornh Tuesday, here they had visited relatives. A COLLAPSE of bleachers at the farm sale of John and Henry Geishecker. near Livermore, injured a 10-year old boy from Laurens. Two of the youth's fingers were crushed. There were buyers from 19 different states present. * * * OEO. KOESTLER, 72, Burt, diet! last Saturday evening at his home, after a sickness of two months. Mr. Koestler was born in Germany, and came to this country at the age of 14. In 1892 he was married to Lydia Jorges. and a year later they moved to a farm near Burt which Mr. Koestler still owned. In addition to his wife, setfen daughters and one son survive. They are: Mrs. R. H. Lisius, Juanita, Neb.; Krs. Wm. Heerdt, Hector, Minn.. Mrs. L. E. Neitzel, Altameda. California; Mrs. E. A. Hanson, Brlce- lyn, Minn.; Mrs. James Chrlsten- sen, Burt: Mrs. Bertha Prickett, L,os Angeles, and Raemond at home Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the Lutheran church. Rev. L. Rlchann conducing, and burial was at Burt. » » • MAtJBKVE HANSON, Wesley, and Edmund Loebig. Wesley, were united In marriage by Father Mallinger, Thursday afternoon at St. Ce- clla's rectory. Edmund Is employed at the Swift & Co. plant here, and the couple will live in Algona. • • • LUVERNE VOTERS cast a ballot of 80 per cent in favor of a new school gymnasium, at a special election held last week. Work will begin in about two weeks. It Is hoped with the aid of WPA funds. The vote was 181 "yes" and 44 "nay " • • • MAKCELLA KELLNER became the bride of Lawrence Recker, in a ceremony at St Benedict Cath- Mrs. Moe Offers Aceordian Numbers At Union M. & D. Union: The Union Mothers and Daughters club was entertained by Id* Winkle, Jr., and Maty Sarchett at the former's home Thursday, June 2, with 30 ladles attending. Roll call was answered by My Avocation. The club song was sung and reports of the rural school day were given by Marguerite Gardner. A paper, "That's Where the Tall Corn Grows" and an article, "Old Lamps Aglow" were given by Anna Marlow. Mrs. Oliver Moe of Algona gave several selections on her accordian. The words for one sacred number she played were written by a friend about 61 years ago by a man named Edward Holman of Sargents Bluff. Mrs. Moe compo 'd the music for the words to the song which is entitled "The Little White Church by the Wayside." Mr. Holman, who later was a Congregational minister was also a poet and lived to be 70 years old. The date of the joint meeting was discussed and June 15th was given with the Cresco ladies as the hostess club. A dainty lunch was served by the hostesses. Mrs. Kate Holdridge, Mrs. Earl Miller and Mrs. Moe were guests. Wedey Parochial's Ranking Very High In Diocesan Area Wesley: The teaching staff of St Joseph's school were well pleased on receiving examination reports from the diocesan superintendent, Rev. C. ivls. Those ranking among the 26 highest In respective tests are: Stanley Studer, Bible history and geography; Rita Loeblg, catechism; Irene Loeblg. arithmetic; Dolores Sherman, civics and literature; Francis Richtcr. history; Julia Ann Studer, civics and Rita Studer, civtc| and history. The eighth grade examination grades Issued by the county superintendent also proved very complimentary to the class. Though all the students did very will, Rita Studer merited an average of 93.9 per cent, the highest of the class. olic church, Wednesday morning. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kellner. St. Benedict, ind the groom's home is at Alta Vista. Me is a son of Mr. and Mrs Bernard Recker of St. Benedict Bather Kramer performed the ceremony. The couple will live on a 'arm east of Alta Vista. Edward Stewart Cedar Falls Grad Portland: Edward Stewart has completed a four year course at ^cdar Falls State Teachers College. He majored in athletics and is now i full fledged coach. He is home it the present time. His college raining plus his ?xccelent high ichool wrestling r.:-t,rd will doubt- ess mean outstanding success. His father, D. M. Stewart, sister rfrs. LeRoy Burger, Burt, also his ister, Mrs. Earl Shipler and husband, attended graduation ex<-r- Swea Cityans in In Spring Classes Swea City: This community is represented in the graduating classes of seven universities and colleges this year. Dencll, daughter of Mrs. Rachel Stockman, receives a B. A. degree In sociology at the University of Minnesota. Merlin Larson completes a four year course in forestry at Iowa State College, Ames. Roy Bravender, Jr., is finishing work toward a degree in commerce at the State University of Iowa. D. W. Fults, Jr., Is a senior in the pre- law course. He will continue in the university next fall. Mae, daughter of Walter Peterson, became a registered nurse when she graduated from the Des Moines Lutheran hospital training school, June 2. Two-year courses have been completed by three other Swea City students as follows: Robert Lelaiid, son of Mrs. Elfreda Leland at Estherville junior college; Robert Haglund. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Haglund. Waldorf College, Forest City; and Lucille Evans, daughter of the Will Evans', at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls. ises. Peppy Pals Sleet Mr. Mrs. Alfred Krueger, daughter Janet, and Robert Glad! tone .-pent tin- week end at the Coin Cap), a home at Salem. K. D. Mr. and Mr'. Andrew Thomsen din;.' anniversary of Mr. and Mr.s. Herman Madscn at Ringsted Friday. Mr-, and Mr.s. Genr^i- Pettit accompanied Mr. and Mr.s. Edwin Howe of EmmetttburK to Des Moincs last Saturday where they visited relatives until Monday. Itev. and Mrs. H. M. Gladstone Portland Peppy Pal» met Wednea- lay with their president, Lavonne Ringsdorf. Twelve girls attended nd worked on music and picture memory projects in preparation for ally day, June 7th. A special meet- ng was held Saturday for further tudy at the Tom Trenary home. Advised to Rest Mr.s. Victor Applegnte has been iven advice, by iier doctor, to take- complete for a few weeks. She is at present looking for a gii! to do house work. Mrs. Sumner Parsons has .suffered the past week with sinus trouble. The infant son of Mr. and A'rs. Cill Stewart has been ill the past week. The Victor Applegate family made a .several days' visit a week ago. with relatives at Galva and Schaller. Dennis Mulligan. Bancroft, is spending the vacation with the Ted Kingsdorf.s. Rose Marie Ringndorf Swea City Concerts To Open June 17 Swea City municipal band will begin a series of ten weekly concerts on Friday night. June 17. at Reynolds Park. Gerald Niemeyer. Armstrong, is director and will a!so be in town one or two days weekly to give instruction to the band students in the school. Lotts Creek News Keulah and Mr.s. | visited the past week with her and Alii e <;iau.-: of Fenton. left Mon-j grandparents," the I'at Mulligans, day for various parts of California. Bancroft, v.-hi-rc they will vi:,it relatives. Mr. and Mr.s. Charles Hawk ME AIKOI \l» Summer means bright new dresses - and that means these captivating DORIS DODSON CLASSICS. unit Juuiur Size* II to 17 Cnriscnilles anil lainily of Spirit hake spent Mon ila> at the Kate Hawks horn(>. I Their j-i-anddauithti-r. Hiylli-, a.--I ' on.panii d them home for a ! 'I lie ll.-niy \Vi-inn i family, who j '•'•<- t.-'-i-n liviriK at (;,o(i, ' e e illy spring, have mov- ! u-ehold goods here an.! ' ".il: aifiin ri.,ide in this i ornniiinily. ; ' '1 i,' d-iily \a. atior. Hibk- .-, no.,! ! 1 opi ,':.-d a t'.'.-o wci'kn .v.-sion hen-' Tin d iv with Rev. Thos. D. Arend-. j j Man m JeiiMrn and Jean Aiemi.-. \ 'i •.! hniK and lioris lilanihard ;>i ! - li-i i ^e of t tie rn UM< . j j The IJiirt liuinlile He- Four-H j | cluh nut at the home of Jean Ar- i i ends. Tuesday afternoon with Mis, i lY-poon. home demonstration agent ! Ten members and their leader Mi.i- j Myrtle H uma v. ere present. j Mrs. jila Tarhell of Waterloo was I Honored at a supper and theatre party at Algona Wednesday evening. Attending were Mesdarne.s Alex Krueger, Eugene I'ear.soi.. Fred (Jenriili, J. M. Blanchard. l-'i.jnk Flaig and H. J. Rue. I'hyllis Jaekrnan is visiting \vith tier aunt and uncle. Mr", and Mrs. Frank Cruikshank in Algona thii Mr. and Mrs. Noah Heisener attended the wedding of Verda Meyer and Wm. Oswald Wednesday. The Ladies' Aid society will meet in the school basement Friday afternoon with Mrs. Otto Ruhnke as hostess. The Little German Band of Letts Creek will give a concert every Thursday evening on the August Pijahn lawn north of the store here. Mrs. John Kohlwes and Mrs. Wrn Zumach and Mrs. Carl Zumach attended the Ladies' Aid meeting in Algona recently. Mrs. Robert Dreyer was hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler and Betty Ann returned home Wednesday evening from Rochester, where Betty Ann took treatments. Ruth Schmiel returned home with them. Mrs. Art Hutch attended the bhower for Alice Dau Sunday afternoon. May 2!», at the Lutheran tchool hall at Whittemore. A del icious lunch was served. Miss Dau will become the bride of Lawrence Meyer. June 10. Put 2100 Fish in River at Livermore Livermore, Sportsmen here are spending considerable time fishing at a point near the bridge east of Livermore on the Des Molnes river, where 2100 fish were released by the state last week. Just whether those fish will stay n that particular spot long enough to satisfy the demands at present, seems to be the big question. 1,000 at Sale Nineteen states were represented at the Geishecker brothers' sale of Shorthorn cattle Saturday at their farm north of Livermore. It was estimated there was a crowd of more than a thousand people. The Livermore community library club served dinner and were practically sold out, as they were prepared to serve 300. Gertrude Biggins was presented with a book from the Equality club at the close of the school year, for having done the best work In English over a period of four years. Miss Biggins is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Biggins, who live south of town. Dwight Baker, a former Uver- more boy, is climbing up In the baseball world and his friends here are glad to hear of his recent success. He has been hired to pitch for a semi-professional team at Rib Lake. Wis. Dwight graduated from the Livermore high school, and recently has been attending a baseball school of training at Eau Claire, Wis. Corwith Class 2nd Of 86 in the State Corwith-Falrvlew: Word was received by the high school principal. J. F. Kee, last week that students In the llth English class had placed second out of 86 class C schools in the Iowa state academic tests, and thus ranked In the 97th per centlle in this subject. They ranked ninth among 238 schools of all sizes. This class Is taught by Miss Esther Smith of Swea City. The U. S. history class, taught by Mr. Kee also did well, ranking 16th among 73 similar classes. Three students from the high school earned the right to compete in the state brain derby at the State University of Iowa soon. Gajfle Thompson and Wendell Woodbury will write the English comprehension exam, and Margaret Bunting will enter In English correctness. Wendell will also compete In U. S. history. This is the first year that Corwith has ever entered the academic tests, therefore the record seems especially creditable. Bjustrom To Own New Gas Containers Announcement is made this week by R. O. Bjustrom, bwner of the Bjustrom furniture and home appliance store here, that from now on the company will serve their bottled gas customers with Algona Gas, a pure propane gas. owned and controlled by home people. Bjustrom'a will own and control the containers, which will be in golden colors, and 100 pound drums only. He stated that the change to the home controlled gas would enable him to give better service to his hundreds of customers at a lower price. Complete Faculty For Livermore Livormore: The following faculty members will have charge of the school work here during the coming year as the list has now been completed. * For high school—L. E. Cockrlll. superintendent; Kermlt Show principal; Alvin Brcdall. Elizabeth" Devine and Florence Warren: for the grades—(Kate Hammond. Reta Murphy, Miriam Evans, Marguerite Wyman and Adelaide Patter- soil.' * 8 Get Wedding Licenses Recently Four marriage licenses were Issued the past few days In the office of Mrs. E. J. McEvoy, clerk of court, in Algona. Leonard M. Dunn, Algona, and Berniece E. Williams, Garner, June 4th. Benjamin Josephson, and Anna Johnson, Boone. June 4th. D. Ralph Carpenter. Iowa City, and Ruth McMahon, Algona, June Byron Hall and Neva Rynaeson, both of Winnebago, Minn., June 1. Burt Aid Guest Day Burt: The Methodist Ladies' Aid society will have their annual guest day Friday of this week. The Ladles' Aids of Titonka, Doan, Lone Rock, Good Hope, Fenton, and the local Presbyterian and Lutheran Aids have been invited. Rev. and Mrs. R. P. Bronleewe icturned Friday from Milwaukee, where they had gone to attend the Northern Baptist convention. This convention represents all churches of the denomination In the United States, excepting those In the southern states, who split off from the original group daring the Civil War.- • . ' '•'•• ••'•' Classified Ads For Sale Wanted KOH SALE Used bicycles. Used — ' WANTED Furniture to repair I. awn mowers, Bloom. radios. --—Joe 23* FOR HALE Very nice gentle 6 year old mare Shetland pony in foal. Safe for children H. M. Cclwell. 23 FOR HALE OH TRADE-Will trade good rt» roan yearling calf for good milk cow. For Hale Pure- hred cocker spaniel hunting dog, | one year old. I this office. i Partly broke. Call 23 LuVerne Piano Pupils Gave Recital. Friday! KOK HALK Bri) " (l Ntw Worlrl J j Atlas. M.T^i. Cood maps and Gazet- I.iiVeiiii- Mr.. D. J. Chrintenscn ! tcr. Exi.-ellent for home use. iJecid- pri .ii-ntid in i i la ,.i of piano pup jid we need a larger one for office- use. Algona Upper Des Moines. 'J.2 >>•' n. l i-' It'll at the i hur Friday •• The rental .-on .-, .1 .,- .- i,i,,, fi,. ur harp .-n-lei-tioii.-. 'iii'l I .'. 'i nuir.hi r.-.. oi.e by Kathhc'i .-'..j ford -mil Mi.-.. ('nri.-,ti n.sen ;md mi. i,. i', nh.,1,, l.i,u Wolf and Mrs. l 'in i -li-n. en on two plain,.,. '/'I., i.-. taking pan .-.ere Aliee Mae Mi rkK, and Dons Dehn- eit Dor.i.a /enlncr, Mary Lou \Vor- tiy. \Va.vnc .Soicn.-eri. Stuart Siinder.s ' and '1'hehna iiaunigan ner. .Kan Mo.-her, Hetty Wolf, Ar<li, Hodlrey. The mothers entertained Mm. < 'hi-i.iieii.seii mid hfr I at Archie Siint'ords following I I he program. 1 Dorothy Kraus Graduate* Wesley: Dorothy Kraus, daughter of Mr. und Mr.s. Chas. Kraus, will re* eive her degree from Iowa .Slate College at Ames, June 13. £rhe is taking a, home economics course, majoring in clothing und textures. Mra. Kraus and Churle.i. Jr., expect to attend >.h« commencement exercises. Al TOMOJHI.r: OWM'.US A'lTEN'nON Safe driver rewards our policyholders always save from 20 to 30',!, - Coast to claim service non- r e,'.,tricted standard coverages. Buy Standard Protection at lowest cost. Algona Insurance Agency, ('. R DaBarrc. 18-tf ENLARGEMENT FKEK-Kumv developed and printed for 'Me and one free enlargement. Nine pictures for 30c.~-Lusby's. 14-34 ""STOP AT Sampson's Tire Ser~ vice and look over their lug grip tires for snow and mud. 6-tf LET US VULCANIZE those broken tires and tubes. All work guaranteed.—Sampson Tire Service. 6-lf For Your Car DROP IN at Sampson's Tire Service when ii> need of a used tire or I tube. 6-tt and upholster. Also chair caning. Will call and give estimates. Wri'e B. Stratton, Algona, Box 84. 23* MAN WANTED to handle distribution of famous Watkins Products in Algona, selling and serving, hundreds of satisfied customer >. Excellent opportunity for right party. No investment. Write J. R Watkins Company, D99, Winon i. Minn. 23' WANTED -Elderly woman to do light housework. More for home than wages. Inquire 408 N. Wooster 23" SALESMAN WANTED man (Jood references. Reliable To sell guaranteed line tools, paint, light farm equipment. Steady work. Good commission. Must have ca-. Write Atchison Mfg. Co., Alum Lea, Minn. 22-23* WANTED Boy 16 wants work during school vacation. Experienced on farm. Inquire this office. 22* WANTED -Auto loans, refinancing. Lower payments.—Western Credit Co . Algona. 15-tf WANTED—Will pay 7% int. on $400 to $600. Good security. Write c-o'thiu office. 33' WANTED—Your dead stock- prompt, sanitary removal. Phone 7. Algona. We pay all phone call*.— Algona Rendering Co. 11-tf Miscellaneoua FARMERS ATTENTION! Cattle Fly Spray, 45c gallon. Bring in your container.— Coast-to-Coaat Store. ZS* you had better hurry - - if you want one of these smart SPRING COATS AT THESE TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS The CHRISCHILLES Store They're going fast — these really lovely exclusive high grade dress and sport coats priced for quick clearance. The sj'.j.M ones are all gone — sold to the last button — and the rest of the stock of "better" garments in dwindling away. About 25 fine all wool novelty coats and swaggers in grey, tan, shrimp, green— beautiful stylish coats with plenty of "zip" — sizes from 12 HALFPR1CE About 25 fine black and navy semi-dress modela —boxy, smart types which were the rage of the 1928 Spring season — sizes 12 to 20 — you may buy them now— last call and U A I V PRIf F they won't be any cheaper ____ lUiLT iIUVL Only a few of the popular boucle twisted tweeda — all sizes from 14 to 52 — handsome, durable coats, wrinkle, moisture-proof, still the best buy in the country — d»i C AA the regular sizes are _______________ ^ID.VU Extra sizes are $17.50 And that's the short story — new* summer coata and dresses ready for the biggest season we have ever enjoyed in our cool, air-conditioned ready- to-wear department. Last Call on Silk Dresses We have about 25 beautiful early Spring dresses left— both plain crepes and prints— smart, well tailored frocks with a certain air of "better" dresses — not old last season's goods but fresh and clean and this year's styles — all sizes from 12 to 22% — some light colors—values to $12.85 (there are a few higher priced dresses — up to $18.50 but we do not mislead our customers by promising more than we can fulfill) --mostly $8.95 and $12.85 —last call— only __, _____________ ANNEX FLASHES We have about » dozeu flu« lull length dree* coat* here in navy, grey and Un—realty grand ">»*• which woe told (or a» bigta a» Htt.00 you may buy them tt>i» woefc—while ttu$y la»l for only «M«. Hurry—Uuff w*»'t ho here long- Sin* IX to 40. John Youngwirths of Wesley,Wed 25 Years Ago June 3 Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. John Youhgwirth and son, Richard, werfe. surprised Friday nliht when about 65 friends and relatives gathered at their farm home «rest of toWifc to celebrate Mr. and Mtt. Yotmg- wirth's 2Sth wedding anniversary and Richard's 22nd birthday. Those- from adistance attendlngr wefe Mrs.. Youngwirth's two sisters, Mrs. J. Stelr and Mrs. Ed YownSwirth of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Dehnert of Mason City and Luclaiv Keurer of Whrtterhorts. A delicious lunch was served and Mr. an* Mrs. Youngwlrth and Richard weret presented with several gifts. Cirila Slagle, Former Algona Girl, is Bride Union: Announcements were received here last week of the marriage of a former Algona girl, Miss Cirila Slagle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Slagle, dn June 1st to. Eller Jensen of Elkader. The ceremony was performed in the Congregational church at Strawberry Point A reception followed in the church parlors. Cirila was graduated from the Strawberry Point high school. Later she entered Grinned College for two years, finishing her last two- years of College at the University of Iowa at Iowa City. She has been a teacher in the public school there and Is also & talented musician. The couple will be at home at Elkader after July 1st They are going to Florida oa their honeymoon. The groom has A home all prepared and furnished where they will begin housekeeping immediately on their return. Cirila is a cousin of August Slagl» of Union township. Congratulations! U. 8. Wants Lady Printers The U. S. Civil Service Commission will hold a competitive examination for printer's assistant in. the bureau of engraving and print- Ing. Women are wanted. The entrance salary is'66 cents an hour. The closing dates for receipt of applications from states east of Colorado is June 20. Full information may be obtained from M. J. McCall, secretary of the U. S. Civil Service Board of Examiners, at tho Algona postoffice. Burt Lutherans Elect Burt: The Lutheran Walthcr League met Thursday evening with. John Faulstich and Julius Baas, Jr., as hosts. The following officers were elected: Alvina Hasse, president; Marice Carter, vice president; Luella Weiske, secretary, and Ruby Kueck, treasurer. A&P FOOD STORES OWNFO »Nl» fllMH'A A 1 1 .INK'.: fl*t) P.V JuneFoodSale! STOCK UP Sunnyfleld Flour _L_49 Ib. bag $1.10 Inmi Brand Flour ___49 Ib. bag 99c (. & H. Cane Sugar 100 Ib. bag $4.94 Flnemt Btft Sugar 100 Ib. bag $4.84 9 o'clock, America'* Favortie Coffee —3 Ib. bag 41c lona Corn or Tomatoes 4 No 2 cans 26c Ion» Pea« or Spinach 4 No 2 cans 29c Cold Strewn Pink Salmon 3 No 1 cans 33c Water Pack Prunes __No 10 can 25c Gelatine St Puduing Dewerte Sparkle 3 for lOc Crisco 3 Ib. can 48c White Houne Evap. Milk ___10 taU cans 59c p. & o. Soap ___10 Ige. bars 33c Oxydol -.24 oz. pkg 19c Hultanu Peanut Butter -__2 Ib. jar 22c Binso __22% oz pkg. 19c Po»t Toasties 3 Ig. pkgs. 26c Hunnyfleld Corn Flakes —2 Ig pkgs 15c Blue Ro«e Bice __6 Ibs. 26c B, a P. Cherries __No 10 can 55c Stock Cnwhed Bock Sa^ . 100 Ib. bag 65c Block Salt, 50 Ib. ea. 47c Dally Egff Oyster Shell 1001b.bag67c Water Pack Peaches __No. 10 can 41c Water Paok- No. 10 CIMI Blackberries — _.__45c Big Twi»t Bread 3-20 oz. loaves 25c Navy Beans __6 Ibs. 25c Pilbbury or Gold .Medal Flour __49 Ib. bag $1.59 White Eagle Soap Flakes 5 Ib box 29c Toilet Soap Palmolive __3 cakes 17c Cry»tal White Soap -10 Ig. bars 33c Snow White, Cotton Soft Seminole ___4 rolls 25c Suubrlte Cleanser 3 14 oa. ens 13c Size '488 Oranges doz. He New Potatoes 10 ibs. 27c

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