Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 8, 1931 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 8, 1931
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K08SUT H COUNTY APVANCB, AL&ONA. IOWA f»A61 JfifMf s ed to heif tAeher W ; Gajva, I Charles 'City, cam* the b. B. 0*weis. f Oeo W. Johnson sjJent Tues- l Maion City, where she con- f physician* G \VHtsort returned Sat- m Cedar Rapids, where d spent two weeks with her vln. |.and Mrs, New R. M, Year's eve Crawfprd and New day with the Lawrence Fair- Molnes. • [and Mrs. J. W. Hohn returned leek Tuesday from a visit of [l days with the Vernon E, at Rlngsted. , land MM. Henry Kraft, 1m I are parents of a frirl, their child, born Saturday evening Algona Hospital^ Haxton, BrlttT brother- of fitoxton, clerk at Paine & Sori has been .appointed deputy 'of Hancock county, tlcla Regan, OmaHa,, >4slted hast week Wednesday, till Sunt'S B. McMahon'sI She ia em- In an office al Omaha. . . et kerfass, attending, a school Ison,, Wig.,' went ba^k Sun- r$he had spent the holidays her father,. P. P. Zerfass. John lAlng and her son F. Saturday' by,<auto f or ten -of visits a'tV-Belvldere, Rock- rEaHvllle l A'aJ>-d'''.ehlcaWo, 111.' |R, RlBlhg/'returned Tuesday I Mt. yerporit , whereas.he ' had T his daughter ..^Marian :Mqn- |to;' resume . ] St.udles;..at;. i Cornell JnnicevRice.ief^Jfor 'Brook-. IMOSS.,. Sunday .n.leht,'?. after 1 Ig 'spent the holidays at home. Is: attending the ^Choate school iris.;/ , .-;•'>;' - .-.'.'K';^"' 1 -. r and Mi's.-HardM B'ockes spent gontans, and Mrf Ballard Is still with the Firestone company.' ' ' Mr:, and Mrs. Michael Esser, Gas- selton, N. D., and their children, Rosella and Cletus, stopped overnight Friday with Michael's brother, Barber Frank Baser. They were en route to Mason City to visit a daughter. Michael Is a farmer. Mr. and Mrs. John Lucas, Reeder, N. D., came recently to .spend the •rest of the winter with • the latter's Bister, Mrs. Geo. W, Johnson. • The Lucases have a cattle ranch south of Reeder, Jn South Dakota,- During their absence a son-m-law is In charge, " Mrs. D. 1'. Grettle, .Chicago, left Monday evening, utter having spent. the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. u. L. Vohs. iviis. Grettle, lol-merly Adrian Vons, was an eariy October bride. Doutor Gi'ettle Is u. chemist associated with bwitt & Co. in research work. Doctors M. J. Kenefick and C. H. Ci'etzmeyer spent, Monday at Waverly, attending Dr. W. A. Rohlf's annual birthday clinic. Dr. J. F. Auner, Des Molnes, father of, Banker J. S. Auner, helped conduct the Clinic,-. Doctor Aunei'.'formerly practiced at Waverly. The C. B. Moore Smiths', Des Mpmes, leu Sunday, after-trio week- eend with Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. J. J. HOltzbauer.• .Loralne Tierney, who had spent-the holidays at home, \v'eht back with them to resume half way between Ledyard and Lakota. Mr. Leslie's son Walter Is now associated with him. The elder Leslie, who was born in Scott county, confesses to fig years, though he does not look it by at least a decade. The Geo. C. Hannas, Lone Rock, spent New Year's with Mrs. Hanna's parents at Story City, returning Friday, nnd the daughter Pearl, who had spent the holidays here, left that night from Algona for Mt. Vernon, N. Y. where she Is dra- mate Instructor In a high school conducted oh the same plan as the famous Gary, ind., schools. Pearl taught for several years at Gary before going to Mt. Vernon, where she Is In. her second year. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram White left By Ef a W. Strelt. couple will be .'at home bridegroom's mother. with the yesterday for Oklahoma City, where Mr. White will practice law with the firm of Welty, Harrison & La Fan. Hiram, who Is the son of Grocer and Mrs. W. A, White, was graduated from the law school of the University of Oklahoma, Norman, Okla., last spring. Mrs. White, formerly Helen Jasperson, has been employed at the James drug store since their return to Algona last spring, and Hiram has been helping at his father's grocery store. The F. C. Zender home was quarantined for scarlet fever last week Wednesday. Gertrude, is-yeartold daughter, has the disease In mild form. Mr. • Zender and Edward are rooming at J. -Q. Jamison's and taking their meals up to\yn. Frances, who was at home from' St. Teresa's, Winona, Minn., stayed with the-J. W. Mangans till Sunday, when her •father .toqk her to Mason City, whence she took a train ' for Wl- | year's' -'at Des - < Mpiries. •' ..sells Skelgas stoves, FBockes Is ', ? eiriploy^d at ' storeV ' Mr. and the _ feiyn Bode 1 ' returned to Clark te, Dubuque, Tuesday, after hg spent the holidays -with her is, Mr. and -Mrs. H.-J. Bode, [least of Alffpna.: • , • ..... |.T. Vincent Is spending the week Molnes, attending an imple- men's convention. He, .still Its for the J. D. Tower & Sons lany, of A'andalia, 111. tinir Heldemvlth, •' Wesley, was lAlgona visitor Monday. Mr. :nwith sells insurance for .an igelloal Aid association, and has lorthwest Iowa for Ills territory, Is. Leila -F. Donnell, who 1 had pome months ..been at San An- Tex., writes that she Is now llerced, Calif., where slie wlH Id the rest of the- winter.. pk Burtls returned to Lexing•Mo., Monday to resume work at lAVentworth Military Academy. \ Is his first year there. lie Is o'f Mr.' and Mrs. A. D. Bur- ulah Hartshorn, .of the . Marl| beauty shop No. 1, spent Suh- nt Swea City with her parents, [and Mrs. R. C. Hartshorn. She niece of Barber E. J. ; Har.t- |e AA r alter Detras, of Greene, ght "Billy" Dalley home Friday (spent the week-end -with his Tier, Mrs. Ely the Dailey. "Billy" Ispent the holidaVs with the pretta Howie returned Sunday.to Ikato, where she Is attending a Jness school. She expects to fin- liometime In the spring. She Is [daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. AV. 3o\vle. . .'''.,. her.studies at- th'e •• University. o£ .Commerce, Des .Molnes. •' Mr. and Mrs.- -R. 11. 'Miller took their nieces, Donubelle" itriu Betty Merron,'to' Emmetsburg -Sunday, und the girls we're met there by their giunuparents,- • MV. . and Mrs. L. G. Thompson,; who took 'tnem homo to Esthervllle.: .The girls', hau 'been here 1 since ils'ew Year's. . Mrs. H.'A. Meyer, who recently lost her husband, has decided to live turn about with her children. She left Monday, for' Kingsted to spend some time with her son ueorge, .a farmer who has the aid Meyer home P«ace. The only other child ; is Mrs-.' O. L. Faugh, ol' Graet- linger. : • ' v . Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ferguson, Keokuk, .and' their sons -Hobert and Frederick went home Saturday, after having spent the ho.idays with Mrs. Ferguson's parents, -itr. and Mrs. F. S. Norton. Mrs. Eleanor Norton Wanfcar, Danbury, Conn., leit lor home Saturday, after the holidays at home. • ' Jane Vincent returned to Chicago Saturday night, after having spent ten days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vincent. She is now head of the English department of the Franklin Park high school, near Evanston, and has four teachers under her. She taught five years at INewton before going to Chicago last fall. . E. A. Kaselle, associate editor ot nona. Pauline and Eugene, younger children, are : at 'home tirider quarantine. ' ' A .fact .that may..not "be generally known In Algona, Is that!. In . his youth A'.,.Gr. Seastrom'.'was a sailor. For .13 years he plo.wed'~.the.' seas, and several .times' nearly, lost''.his life. Once his boat' was broken up oh the east coast of'England,'but he and the rest of the crew had first been taken off by a coast guard cutter. Mr. Seastrorii was first mate on a boat captained by an uncle. • The young man finally wearied of the sea, and In 1884 came to Algona where he has now resided 40 years. To enable .Editor W. C. Dewel .to hear over (lie telephone, Manager E. T. Hanchcr, of the local exchange, . recently installed a device perfected a year O r two ,ago. This device greatly exaggerates sound In the transmitter of the Advance telephone. It is .necessory only to turn a button to make the sound loud, and by. means of another button the degree and quality of Three Event* for Triple events In the household /ot the Rev. C. H. Seward, of Jjaurens, former Methodist pastor here,' made Friday a memorable day for the Sewards . The day was Mr. Seward's 60th birthday anniversary, also the 25th anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Seward, and finally the wedding day of their daughter Dorothy.' Miss Seward was married at 3 p. m. to Lloyd Anderson, who has been farming In the neighborhood. Nothing lelse Is known of the bridegroom here. The bride Is a graduate of Mornlngslde college. Mr. Seward performed the marriage ceremony. The couple has gone to housekeeping ut Albert City. In the evening the Aid gave a joint reception at the church In honor of Mr. Seward's birthday, the silver anniversary, and the newlyweds. Among speakers were the Rev. Mr. I>ay, of Havelock, the Rev. E. 13. Henn, Ayrshire, the Rev. Mr. Howdeshell, Marathon, A. A. Wells, Marathon, 'former parishioner of Mr. Seward, andf Dr. w. H. Lease, Algona. ' . ' A silver set was presented to the Sewai-ds, and Mr. Seward gave a short address of acceptance. Another Moore Sort Married — William- J. ''Moore was married a-week? ago 1 Sunday at Rochelle, III., to Beatrice 'Whitlow, Of ROchelle. The bridegroom,' 'who Is the -son of Mr. and Mrs. JV M. Moore, Algona, was • graduated ' from the local high s6hool in 'the class-' of '192 5; and is how a'clerkf In -tlte Carney ; &'Longenecker clothing store at Rochelle. •'The bride; who' is .-the (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wlngert, Rochelle,' clerks for. a National Tea -Co. Gertrude Fleite is Bride- Gertrude, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. B. Flene, of. Lptts Creek, was married December 28 at Buffalo, N. Y., to Homer A. Morton, Schenectody, N. Y. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. F. T. Ruhland, of the Lutheran church. Gertrude was graduated from the local high schoolfand later attended the State Teachers college. For the last two years she had been teaching at Sumatra, Mont. Mr. Morton,,whose paternal home Is at Broadview, Mont., Is an electrical engineer In the employ the General Electric company Schenectady. The couple will make their home at Schenectady. Gertrude spent several days with, her parents en route from Sumatra to Buffalo. EnHtcrn Stars Install Officers— The -Eastern Stars Installed the following officers Tuesday night: Mrs. Bills Runchey, worthy matron; F. L. Thorpe, worthy patron; Mrs. Hazel Dalziel, assistant matron; J. A. Brownell, assistant patron; Mrs C. H. Long, conductress; Mrs. Geo. St. John, ' assistant; Mrs. H. m C Hutehlns,- secretary; Mrs. Elizabeth Bowan. treasurer; Mrs. Geo. E .lohnson, chaplain; Mrs. Harry Wilson, marshal; Mrs. Fred Gelgel, organist; Mrs. E, C. Genrieh,. Margaret Bartlett, Ruth; Adah; Lillian Gl-anzow 1 , Esther; Mite. E. J. Hough* Martha; Mrs. D. C, Mahan, Electra; Vtrs. Clifton Benschoter, warder; Hugh Herman, sentinel. Mrs. B. A. Thorpe was Installing officer; Mrs. S. A. Worster. the retiring worthy matron. ftalnn-Ncurotli Marriege—. Magnus Rahm, St. Benedict, alhd Rosalia Neuroth were married at 7 o'clock Monday morning at St. Cecelia's church. Father T. J. Davern performed the ceremony In the presence of the immediate families. After the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the Neuroth home. The Minneapolis couple on a then went to wedding trip. They will make their home on the Rahrri farm a half mile west of St. Benedict. Mr. Rahm Is the son of Mrs. Jos. Rahm Jr., St. Benedict, and Mrs. Rahm Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Neuroth. Dinner Ends Watanye Contest— The Watanyans met Tuesday night at _ the Tlbbetts tea room. There was no program. Last night the- club had dinner at Mary Mitchell's. The club was some time ago divided into two groups, with Amy Johnson and Mary MIt chell as leaders, the group getting the most new members, having the best attendance, etc., to be banqueted .by the loser's. Amy Johnson's group won, and this dinner paid, .th* forfeit. The after-dinner hours were spent at bridge. Hnppy Pastime Club Dances— The third of a series of dances by the Happy Pastime dancing club was given at the K. C. hall Monday night. The Bert Browne orchestra, Des Molnes, played. The dance was In carnival style, and the hall was beautifully decorated with balloons and colored crepe paper. There were A. number of feature dances in which prizes were given. One hundred couples attended. The Browne orchestra 1 Is the same which played for the recent Rotary family party. Woman's Club to Have Walkers— The Woman's club will', meet at the library, tomorrow evening to hear a program on South (America. Mrs. Will Walker will speak on "Life on Board Ship," and Mr. Wai- Iker will give' Impressions of the continent obtained when he and Mrs. Walker visited their son Phillip-at Buenos Aires last year. The meeting Is open to men. New Year's Dance Given— Fifty couples enjoyed a New Year's party at the Algona hotel New year's eve. The evening was spent at dancing, and at midnight a buffet lunch wasl'iserved by F. D Ma'thes. During the evening punch was served. Joint. Installation Planned— •• The Odd Fellows and the Rebek ahs will Install officers jointly at a meetlng at the 1. O. O. F. hall Hi 7:30 next Tuesday evening. Other Society News. Mrs. Howard Carey entertained light women at bridge Monday night. The high score* Were Won by Mrs. Fred Wentz, Tltonka, and Mi*. L*o Swanson, ' Whlttemore. Mf». Ralph Brown won the cut prl**. After bridge refreshmente wert served. * The Congregational Aid meets this afternoon at 3 o'clock at the church, and the business meeting will be followed by a 2Bc lunch served by Mrs. T. L. Larson's division. The D. A. R. will meet with Mm. C. B. Murtagh next • Tuesday; Mrs. M. P. Haggard, assisting hostesa. Mrs. Jos. Paxson will read a papW on the Tamassee school. The Good Hope Aid will serve a chicken dinner this noon In the Community room under the church. The patronage of the public Is Invited. -^ ' The First Lutheran Dorcas society will meet at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. C. Rosewall; Mra. Alma Nelson, -assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoflus, north of town, entertained. 35 . -relatives and fnlends. at 0:30 dinner .New Year's eve. , ' The W. R. C. will Install officer* next Tuesday night. ; There is, to bo a surprise event after the business meeting. • o PIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIN store In the '.same: town. The ceremony -was. performed .at the Presbyterian parsonage, and the bride and bridegroom, accompanied by the best man and the bridesmaid, had a wedding dinner that noon at' Rockford, 111. The newlyweds are now at home in an apartment at the Faust hotel, Rochelle. • William .is the third son of Mr. arid Mrs. Moore to be married this Began Wednesday January 7th fall. Harold Moore, Ortonville, land Earl Moore, DeKb-lb, be controlled. Using Mr. Dewel is able to 111., were married in October. of^Jashi ton Began Wednesday January 7th v Our January a 5-voiume history of .Iowa which Edgar R. Hanan, curatbr o£ the state historical society, is writing, was here Monday to interview a. number of Algonians whose biographies will be included in the last two volumes. Mr. ICaselle was here a year or so ago, and obtained a number of subscribers. Phydlida Sonnerholin resigned Monday at the Marigold Beauty Shop No. 2, and will begin work next Monday at the Morrison shop, taking the place of Mrs. Russell Hodges, formerly Grace Hauck, recently married. Miss Sonnerholm went to Crystal Lake. Tuesday morning to spend the week with her parents. * Editor and Mrs. AV. F. Miller, and Mrs. A. -B. their children, Livermore. and Editor Leon Miller, Renwick, and were -Mrs. New Allan, of John and and Mr. and Mrs, Vester- lowa City,' spent New Year's' Mrs. Allan's'sister, Mrs. Geo. [Johnson. and Mrs. John Connolly, Des ?s, and their daughter Harriett homo Sunday, after a visit New Year's W KH the A. E. Jls. Mrs. Connolly is Mr. pel's mother.. - -.'•-• , Mth McMahon, who hart .spent Christmas vacation with, her Ints, Mr._ and .Mrs. S, B, Mo-' Ion, vcturaed Sunday to Galva, Ire she tenches mathematics and In in the high school. ana Jlrs. H; Frlebee, ' Fair- It, 'Mrs. Fred Anderson, Schaller, lllie latter's two daughters went |e last week Wednesday, after a sincu the preceding Sunday Mrs. John Caughlin. and Mrs. L. J, DeGraw took daughter Mildred to Mason Sunday to resume She will finish 'practice a two- State primary course at the pliers college in June. . I 1 ' 8 - W. K, Kain and her son llum K, spent^ several days dui'Jng | holidays witfi the *£ornjer's sis- Mrs. A.' w. Martin, Belmpncl. Kain is a t present, employed he county treasurer's office.. ilclred Aman and Allda Thilges [Sunday for Cherokee to resume I' studies at Mount St. Mary's niy, in which they are seniors. l''ed Capesius and Blondina Er- are freshmen in the same lol, f 1 . and Mrs. G; J. Gutknecht re- |ly closed their hotel at Hull, 1 are now living at ' Spencer, [re they rented a 'house and are ing a few roomers. They were Tuesday, but went back the onna Jean; year and a half old "^sr 0 £ Mr. and Mrs, V. ii, has been sick with pneu- but is improving rapidly ^'s the granddaughter of J Year's guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson. 'Mr. and Mrs. Peterson lived at Livermore a long time ago and. have ever since kept up a friendship w,ith the Millers. Lean Miller is a son'of ' the ' Livermore Millers. Mr. and'Mrs. Elmer C. "Taylor, Amery, Wis., spent a few days last week with the former's aunt, Mrs. D. L. Driver, and attended the funeral of Mr. Taylor's cousin,. C. H. Long, Elmer, who is a son'of the late Josephine J. Taylor, clerked for years at the C, O. Simpson . shoe store here. * He now owns a shoe store at Amery. Classes at the state university reopened Tuesday' morning, after the holiday vacation. Algona students who returned to their studies included; George Free; Ruth, Esther, und Harry Bishop; William Steele, Robert Harrington, Gordon Dewel, James Murtagh,'Charles Akre, Alice Rist, Gertrude Kenefick, Carlyle Becker, and John Shirley. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hopkins, Chicago, spent Monday and Tuesday with the latter's sister, Mrs. AVilliaA O'Brien. . They had spent the holidays with Mrs. Hopkins' -parents at Emmetsburg and friends at Minneapolis. They attended a dance at the local K. C. hall with Mr. and Mrs. O'Bfieri Monday night. Mr. Hopkins is an electrical engineer. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. AVhite left yesterday for Oklahoma City, where Mr. White wiU.-be associated with the law firm o£ AVelty, Harrison, & LaFon. Mr. White was graduated last' spring from the law school of the University' of Oklatoma and since then had been clerking at his father's grocery, Mrs. AVhite meanwhile clerking at the Rexall drug store. Mrs. Stuart Hazeltine, Minneapolis, came here Sunday from Sioux Falls, where she had spent ten days With her sister. Mrs. W. R. Laird. Mrs. Hazeltine had accompanied the Lairds home the day following *">" sound may this device, hear where otherwise he could not. The only drawback is that there Is additional rental of J.2 a month. Jos. Strattelman, Ottosen, his daughter Lorena,, his sister, Mrs. Mike Von Bank, AVest Bend, and Albert Mertz,' neighbor of Mr. Strat- telman returned Sunday from a trip to Wheaton, 111., where they visited Mr. Strattelman's aged father and two sisters. Alois Strattelman, father of Joseph, Is 85, but in good health. He is known to many Kossuth people, for he lived in the Ottosen neighborhood many years. En route home the party stopped at Dubuque to visit a sister of Mr. Strattelman who is a Sister of the order of St. Francis and is stationed ati St. Mary's orphans' home. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Jasperso*, Glendale, Calif., gave their children in Ipwa a unique Christmas gift by calling them by telephone at the Dr. H. L. McCorkle home, where they had gathered for the day, and talking to each one. The children here are: Mrs. Ralph Hofer, Clear Lake; Elmer Jasperson, Mrs. McCorkle, Mrs. Hiram AA'hite, Algona; and Mrs. Victor Young, Rockwell City. Mr. and Mrs. Jasperson, who were both seriously injured in an automobile accident last fall, have recovered'. The Jaspersons, at Glendale, put in their call the day before Christmas, and, it was receive^! here Christmas morning. It took 24 hours to get the call through, due no doubt to the Christmas rush. Slarle Paine, George Free AVcd— Algonjans were taken by surprise Tuesday when, announcement was made of the marriage of Marie Paine to George Lawrence Free. The ceremony was performed at Emmetsburg December 23, but was kept secret till Tuesday. AVilliam Steele was the only Algona witness. The bride, who .is a daughter of Mrs. Laura Paine, county recorder, was graduated from the Algona hfgh school In the class of 1929, and has since attended Iowa State college, Ames, where she is a member of the Chi Omega sorority. The bridegroom, who Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Free, is also a graduate of the Algona high school! '29, and is now a student in the pharmacy college of the state university, where he is a member of the-Sigma Nu and Pi Epsilon Pi fraternities. Russell Hodges is Benedick— Grace Hauck and Russell Hodges were married New Year's day at the Little Brown church at Nashua. The ceremony, was performed 1m, the presence of Miss Hauck's mother, of Humboldt, Mr. Hodges' mother, Mrs. W. H. Hodges, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genrieh, Lone Rock, Mr. and Airs. Genrieh are Miss Hauck's uncle and aunt. Mrs. Hodges Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hauck, and for a year she had been employed at the Ethyl Morrison beauty shop. Mr. Hodges is a graduate of the Algona high school, and he later attended a business school at Cedar Rapids. For the last five years he has' been employed ; at the Swift plant, as chief clerk. ~After a brief wedding trip the Disposal Sale A Began Wednesday, January 7th Society The Delphian club will meet next AVedneeday afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. A. E. Michel. Mrs. M. J. Strelt will review "The Silver Cord," by Sidney Howard. - ' The Baptist Aid will meet this afternoon with Mrs. C. S. Johnson; Mesdames John Urch, Jo(in 'Schimmel, Frank Cook, and W. 1 H. Lacy, assisting hostesses. FARMERS r, ' TAKE NOTICE SUSTAINING MEMBER NATIONAL EDITORIALl 1930 ^^5^ i»ao ASSOCIATION The Chicago Milwaukee Stock yards are completed and we are prepared to handle your cattle and hogs at good prices. McEnroe Bros. Yard phone 519. ,'.•• . Res. phone 30F12. No buyer, no salesperson, and least of all the advertising department, is permitted to misrepresent, either openly or by equivocation, any item in this store. . | - -. - - ' . Announcement— In the advertising of this January Disposal Sale which will begin Wednesday, January 7, we Have adopted a new policy, one which should and will appeal to discerning patrons. Contrary to the old established custom of enumerating column after column of prices we simply announce to you Our January Disposal Confidence is our GREATEST ASSET. There is no substitute for confidence for it is the very life of any institution. If you have no confidence in us it is better that you do not come to this sale. ^ t.- Samp, who clerks at Paine & prison's. Irs. o. w, Erjokson returned last Wednesday from four weeks »hi mother . a Mrs. Wesley, Shinelander, Wls., and with relies at Minneapolis. Mr. Brick- Joined her for the holidays, and [returned with him': Wierine McCall returned tg Mil- |«ee Sunday night, after having F two weeks wiher parents, Is majoring in • a «*a Mrs. B. had Mrs. Christmas, after the Lairds spent a few days here with Laird's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cj?sgrove. Mrs. Hazeltine is epejjd- ing two weeks with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Smith, Winter, s. D., and thejr eon Robert went howe Saturday, after a week with Mr. an d Mrs. R. H- Miller, M r. MU- lep and'Mrs. Smith are brother and mister. Qtoer New Year's sufsts of T$v, and, MVB. ,Miller were Mrs. MU- ler'8 parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Tawpaon, Mrs. Miller's sister, a Mrs- Mervon, and F' ¥• •Lorenz, FINGER WAVE and Permanent Wave Special Beginning January 12 and lasting until February 1 FIXGEB WAVES , < . 50c NA1VUTTE PEBMANENT WAVES, $7.50 MABIG01B BEAUTY SHOPFE H Over K. D. Janiies Drug Store.- Phone 93. SSJ^jWSSWB ?9 Week. Thev nr^fnvSIiS^T- W B J^esUe, MARKET DAY SALE At Ihf Suli Burn in Algon* Saturday, January 10 While Leghorn Hens Household Goods Ted Johnion, Manager Uu Matern, Auctioneer Our customary substantial savings will be found general throughout the store and include women's and children's coats and dresses, sweaters, kimonas, *smocks, wash dresses, skirts, women's and children's footwear and overshoes, blankets, draperies, curtains, silks, lingerie, hosiery, gloves, scarfs, jewelry, handkerchiefs, outing gowns and pajamas, knit underwear, hand bags. N .' : ' ' • ' •• • l ."..-. Only a Portion of Our Manir Rare Values Women's and children's silk dresses, $2,88. Other silk dresses at $3.88, $5.88 and $10.88. Coats for women and children at $5.88, $12.88, and $16.88. Smart sweat* ers at $1.95. Children's wool skirts with foundation waists at $1.95. Colorful smocks for women and girls at $1,69. French kid and capeskin gloves at $1.95, Outing flannel gowns for,women or children, 85c, Rayon Maid bloomer*, values to $1.65, now $1. Odd pieces of silk lingerie, half price. Hand bags at 79c and $2.95. Children's tub dresses and women's house dresses at 79c. Part wool blank' ets, 70x80, now $2.95. 70x80 Colonial all wool single blankets at $5.95 and $9,95. Outing flannel pajamas reduced. Esmond double woven fancy blankets, now one- third off. Novelty aprons at 29c, 49c, and 79c. Children's fine all-wool hose, now t T ' ' , ,ll •* £, fr* '^.^ 48c. Children's part-wool union suitii 79c f Women's part w^ol or cotton suits, $1. Odd lot women's and children's footwear, 50c pain *Uo a $1 a pair* Fashionable footwear, now at $2.95, $3-85, und $5 pair,

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