Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1931 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 22, 1931
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FOR LIFE COMB IN ... let us show you the only Cream Separator you need never "trade in" ... the Separator that need never go back to the factory for "re-balancing"' ... the Separator ^.backed by the strongest guarantee ever written for your protection. In addition to the Self-Balancing Bowl, you will be delighted with the unusual construction that makes the Anker-Holth so easy to clean and so easy to turn. ANKER-HOLTH Cream Separator with the famous ... SELF-BALANCING BOWL Disc* havc way dike. 4 Cream delivered at bottom of bowl, skim-milk at top • ... no chance of intermixing. .5 Removable Bowl Chamber jorvi. — «•—•-• . ...no unsanitary cast iron parts oiled at start of , bowl houeing. • i- j H.ndle ever placed ' • Precision workmanship that T^Darator...proof of - rivals the skill of a watch- I a »ci«* . ,. . P *Ynnlcpr r turning;. maker. Drop in and let us tell you the whole story ALGONA—Farmers' General Store'," Hobart f n. BUBT—J. H. Graham. WESLEY—Lease & Lease. WHITTEMOBE—L. W. Swanson. LOTTS CREEK—Lotto Creek Store. Shoe Bargains! r The greatest bargains we have been able to rbffer-since before the war— ' [LOVELY PUMPS PRETTY STRAPS CHARMING TlfiS . , ,,- SMART OXFORDS" All sizes and on widthSAfrom A to EE Your choice any pair at KOSBUTtt COtmtY ADVAMCB. ALQOrU. IOWA Attorney Robert Parrish, 'Des U>ines, was hero on business Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. M. J. stroll spent unday at Emmctflburg with the liter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marn Coonan. Mrs. J. L, Bonar and her' father, r. crull, who is spending the wln- cr with the Bonars, spent Friday t Port Dodge. Ole Allison went to Gowrie Sunny, and returned Monday with Mrs \lllson, who had visited her parents "lore a week. 1>. F. R. Sawyer spent last week upsflny, Wednesday, and Thurs. ay at Sioux City attending nn op- omclrlst'H cllnio. Mrs. F. 1). shuffor, Mason Clly, ml a (laughter spent Saturday vlth the former's parents, Mr. and rs. J. o. PaxKon. Superintendent Kate Skinner, of he Lu Verne schools, spent the vcek-ond with her parents, Mr .and rs. K. ,j. skinner. \V. M. Gordon, of Corwlth, won the pony B lve n aw ay at the annual harles Downs pony dance fit Wes- cy last Thursday night. Mrs. Frank Webster, who Buffered in ncutc attack of Indigestion a veek ago, is still 111 but Is gaining and expects to be up soon. Butler, employed by tho • M -.~., v\.i uy tllU Neville shoe store, was suffering Inst week from an Infected Instep, und was unable to be at work. Mrs, John Schlmmel has been sick since last week Wednesday evening \ylth a severe altack of gallstones. She Is now somewhat improved. ^ C. W. Willey, Des Moines. spent Sunday wllh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Willey. C. W. Is employed in a clothing store In Des Moines. Hannah, 11-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Pommer, Wesley, was operated on for empyema al Ihe Algona hospllal Tuesday evening. Mrs. Elinor Sutton, county welfare worker, spoke before the Swea City Thursday club .last Thursday aftornoon. Sh.o gaye,.a general talk on hor work. . '"'.. AJr. and Mre. George Miller ' returned last week afler, four weeks of vlslls wllh 'relatives and. other rlends at Detroit, Pontlac, Saginaw, nd Flint, Mich. Mrs. w. A. Hof master''spent the veek-end with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. W. Wadsworth, vilh whom she makes her home. "Die toaehep at Corwlth. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Krantz went o Waterloo Monday to spend sev- ral days with their daughter, Mre. Rea Hutchison. Mr. and Mrs. >antz are retired farmers. Mrs. C. C. Wright will go to Council Bluffs tomorrow to visil lill Monday with her daughter, Mrs. R. A. Burrows. Mrs. Burrows will be emembered ae Edith Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Oliver re- urned Sunday from Mason City, Thursday with the latler's mother, Mrs. H. E. Gmelin. Mr. Qliver is employed al the Elbert garage. Mrs. Lorene Simmons and daugh- er Jane returned last Thursday rom Eagle Grove, where they spent wo weeks at the home of Mrs. Simmons' brother, L. A. Anderson. .'.Mrs.-P. J. Murt°ha>and her. grandson, Kennelh Frankl; went to Fair- ton, who iheld a farm sale yesterday, tentatively plans to Bo to FJorlda> where he will travel for a company by which a brother arid a brother-ln law of Mr. Hogan are employed. Mr. Hogan had experience on the roaxl before he was married. . Announcement of reductions in the prices of the various styles of Ford cars Is made by the Kent Motor Company In an 'advertisement on another page of today's Advance. The Fordor sedan, for example, has been reduced to $590, and the DeLuxe sedan Is only $40 more. Mrs. Al Sponberg Is in Elk Horn, WIs., at the home of her son Vernon. Vornon's wife recently had an operation for appendicitis, and Mrs. Spongborg Is caring for her and her year-old child. Mrs. Spongberg has been there two weeks. Vernon Is working In a musical Instrument factory. Mr. and Mrs. Olen McMurray and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Beguhn spent Monday at Des Moines, attending a Firestone meeting. Mr. McMurray is a partner of Victor Lowe at the Tire Service shop, and the firm handles Firestone tires. Mr. Beguhn Is Firestone representative in this territory. Many Algonians drove to Burt Friday and Saturday evenings to attend a. screen version of "All Quiet on the Western Front." This is considered by most critics one of the outstanding pictures of the last year. The stark realism of the war scenes was Impressive, spectators report. By Eva W. Strclt. Victor Applegatog arc Honored- Numerous social events took place last week In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applegate, Corwlth. Mrs. Applegate, who was Martha. C. Potter, Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Potter, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Applegate entertained at their home at Corwlth last week Tuesday evening, and 80 guests enjoyed a social 6venlng and an oyster supper. Mr. ami Mrs. Willard^Oregson, Algona, entertained at clfnner In the Applegates' honor Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Applegate were hosts to 150 friends at a wedding dance at th c I. O. O. F. hall, Algona, Saturday evening. A Sioux Rapids orchestra furnished music. The bride's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. I3!rnor Potter, entertained 22 guests at Sunday noon dinner in honor of the newlyweds. Parties for Mrs. Applegate this week Include a miscellaneous shower tonight at which Mrs. Julius Studer and Mrs. O. L. Miller will be hostesses. Uotnrians Hear Rev. Clnrli The Rotorlans entertained the Rotary Anns at tho <weekly luncheon at the Algona hotel Monday noon, and the Anns remained for an af Mrs. G. W. Johnson returned Sat- f nd the AnnB rema| ned for an af- rday from Rudd. after two weeks tern °° n ° f brid ee. The committee in To make.jthis offer more attractive you get 131/2 yards of double fold dress goods absolutely | free with each pair v 6,000 pairs of children's hose in'the new popular colors, all sizes. ., •* % V""* **l These stockings are really worth 35c a pair,* {31 but during our January sale you get 2 pairs for F 125c. i * • , Everybody is buying them. > January is a month of .bargains at Neville's Shoe Store ALGO>A, IOWA MOVED i hlv 0wish to announce to our many friends that laave, m oved the Hatchery and will open for the fLf a ?? n one an * one^half blocks south of the ? S? , nk ' In Baking th te ch»»e e it was nee- itPh 0 « ° erect a new building, built especially, aff»rn P ur P° seB . correctly lighted and ventila'i- u win at the same time be more centrally lo- to Sive you the same high grade W** <** at., popular prices. discount on early -orders. Hatchery cWeoIted Hatchery.) Jowa JBtate Ba. B k. J. E, MASON Sat Day Sale f January 24 2n farrow in May. bogs, weight 100 Ibs. have t 014 T»PP Stfe Bftrn. you ijnks Tuesdak%' ; . ; attend the funeral ': 'Mrs. Muftha's'l' .brother-in-law. expected '.home 'today. . . . ' Mrs. i Ned Ribpney) P.rimghar, came Tuesday for 'iv visit with Mrs. C. J." Scanlan. Mrs. Rooney will be remembered as Alice Rineharl who at one time clerked at Chrischilles & Herbst store'. The Rose Colemans have been quarantined for scarlet fever, the , Jaughler Phyllis being the patient. The other four children are with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Coleman, Elmer Sanford, Kanawha, began urday from Rudd, after two weeks with her sleter Mrs. A. B. Allen. Mrs. Allen accompanied Mrs. Johnson home. Mrs. Johnson wenl to Mason City every other day from Rudd and took x-ray treatment al Ihe Park hospital. Mrs, Allen will spend the week here. Catherine Doran, R. N., began work at Ihe Dr. W. D.. Andrews offices , lasl Thursday,- succeeding Genevieve Meyers, who has gone lo her home al Lake View. Miss Doran, who had been assisting at the Dr. A. D. Adams denial office, .will still help Doctor Adams in his clinic every Salurday morning. The Boisford Lumber Company announces in an advertisement elsewhere in loday's Advance that It has undertaken a unique form of farm relief by selling Botsford's Farm Relief Hog Tonic to farmers at a price Ihey can well afford to pay. Interested farmers may" consult the adverlisement for particulars. Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Walker have moved from Hobarton, where they have resided three years, to Ihe Tribon house in the Flrsl Ward. Mrs. Walker was Ruby Miner before her marriage, and Carl Is a radio salesman for the Roy Bjustrom Hobarlon store. The couple have a son, Charles, 19 months, old. Mrs. Cora D. Miller wenl to Mitchell, S. D., last Thursday for a week's visit wilh Ihe Leslie WI1- coxes. Mr. Wilcox is Mrs. Miller's son, and he li-avels for Swift & Co., in the Mitchell neighborhood. He recently won a free trip to Chicago. Mrs. (Miller makes her home with her mother, Mrs. Fred Phillips. McMurray Bros, have completed I a modern house on the W. W. Bran- dpw farm, southwest of Hobarton. II is 28x28 on the ground and is two stories high. The old (house was left .standing.- The Brahdows recently; returned to this neighbor- hood;-^rom '.Franklin county, where they .farmedv'fwd or three years.-. ' Mr.>and -Mrs. C'. R, La Barre ex- pected'to go to Waterloo today, to help C. R.'s grandmother, Mrs. Jane La Barre, celebrate her 93rd birthday anniversary tomorrow. Mrs. Jane ,La. Barre' te one of the pioneers of the-city of Waterloo, arid makes her home with her son C. A., who is C. R.'s father. C. R. Is the only grandchild. Madonna 'Qulnn and Eleanor Backus took, the former^ sister Philomena to Iowa Falls last Thurs- charge of the bridge party consisted of Mrs. F. E. Kent, Mrs. R. H. Miller, and Mrs. W. A. Lorenz. Mrs. D. L. Leffert won the high score, and Mrs. R. A. Crawford was second high. The Rev. Mr. Clark, new Congregational minister, was Ihe luncheon speaker, and the Rotarians and the Anns were much pleased. with a 15-mlnute address on community service which he gave. Mr. Clark was introduced by G.; S. Buchanan, chairman of the Rotary club's Community Service committee. — > -• —> —a— ««*jf v\>. -iix>i|j ^utu icLji j.uuii( luruier work Uist week Wednesday at the Algona girl who has been unable James drugstore, replacing^Mrs. H. to take care-of all calls for nursing B. White, who is now at Oklahoma that she ihas received. Marian and City, where Mr. White is associated Philomena are both registered ,.HH, „ !„,.. t^ m nurses and graduates "of the school of -minting of the "University of Iowa. • Dr. and Mrs. J. F, Auner, DeS Moines,.expect to leave next Sunday for a months vacation. They .will spend a week In New.Ybrk City and with a law firm. J, R. Wiseman north of Wesley farmer, who went to a Des Moines hospital January 6 for a general examination, has had an operation for hernia and a tooth filled, and was expected home today. Mrs. Addle Seymour returned last Thursday from San Diego, Calif., where she spent a month with her daughter. Monday Mrs. Seymour went to Lakota on t business. She expected lo be gone a week. . A. Slreit, his daughter Mary, 'granddaughter Catherine, and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cullen, Whittemore, with their son Terence, spent Sunday at Ashton, guests of Mr. Streit's daughter, Mrs. P. J. Nilchel. . Mildred Hoppe, who is taking a nurse's training course at Garfield Park hospital, Chicago, relurned to Chicago Tuesday night after having been called home by the news of her grandmother's death last Thursday. H. C. Frederick spent Sunday at Cedar Falls with Mrs. Frederick and •the new baby. He accompanied Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Sawyer. Mr, Frederick Is the John Deere Plow company represenlative in this territory. Nick Miller, Wesley, was the subject of an operation for mostoidltis at the Kossuth hospital last Thursday afternoon. Mr. Miller lives with his son-in-law, Clarence Dornbier, on the former's farm north of Wesley. -•' s- Mason, who makes his e part of the time with his son . 4-_ TVnc? 1UIt\lrtaa nom.6 pit* t ut n*c *.*i**w »«-»••• ••— — -•*•J B. Mason, went to Des Moines last week-end, and will spend several weeks with another son. He has a daughter with whom he spends part of his time. Hannah Moe, 11-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Pomiper, north of Wesley farmers, has been seriously ill for a month with intestinal flu followed by Jung } She Is better, but still has ,„„„. Mason City, part of the week fever fevei. G A . ,, with friends . with friens an T 0 « ,Zn's wn Aton is prac 8n Mrs. tlclng aw a hf ?, T * * ?'+ son/" Mrs prac- makes jVllfl *"» *•***••->'-' Darnell, Rlngsted den• ;h the J. E. Ma„ is Doctor Darn"el?s daughter. Mrs. Mason and two sons are spending the week at Rmgsted wtt& her parentS> f£' Mason operates the A3gona batch- H. C. Frederick are week ago Mr. and parents of ft day to . help Marian Todd, fofnier At a. meeting of the club board of directors afler lunch it was decided lo hold the club's noon meeting on February 2 in the community room of the Good Hope church. The women of the church will serve. Watanyans Enjoy Brifiee Party— The regular monthly Watanye benefit bridge party was held Monday night with Anna Buss, Dora Carson, Stella Mae Breen, and Flora TIss hostesses. Bridge was played at five tables, and Mrs. Frank Seeley 'and Mrs. Lura Sanders won high scores; and Rachel Clayton consolation. After bridge lunch was served. The February hostesses for the benefit bridge party are Amy Johnson, Mary Mitchell,' Minnie J. Coate and Mrs. Lura Sanders.. The parlies usually are held Ihe Ihird week v of each monlh. Merrill Malone Is Married— Merrill Malone and Belly Scribner, Lu .yerne, were "married at the Presbyterian parsonage at Livermore last Thursday. Merrill is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Malonej and for a leng time was employed at Stale's cafe. Miss Scribner is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Scribner, Lu Verne, and" had been teaching school. At present the couple are-at the.'home of Merrill's, sister, Mrs. G. B. Turner. Legion Auxiliary Entertained— ; .Hagg post entertained Its -Auxiliary at the..Legion hall last/Thursday night .at. cards and' dancing. Bridge and. "50q" were played at 1,0 tables.: ' Mrs.' John..;Du£ton ; and G. D. Brundage won high bridge scores and w. S. Lee and Mrs. Harry Edwards won low." Mrs. A. A, Sterling won the "500"' score. Lunch was served. Plays In College Muslcale— Catherine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCa.ll, and student at Milwaukee-Downer, college, Milwaukee, took part In a muslcale at the Alumnae hall of the college last Thursday evening. She played Valclk, by Mokrjs. This was only one of many musical programs in which she has taken part during two years she. has been 'in the school. • the Cream," given by Mrs. ; Burtoh Thorpe and Mr. Ward. Woman's Clnb to Meet— The Woman's club will meet tomorrow nlgM at 7:30 at the city library, and the program will consist of h book review by Mrs. D. D. Paxson and a school health talk by Antoinette Bonnstelter. Other Society News. Lucia Wa.llace was hostess Friday rtlght to the bridge club of which the following are members: Messrs, and Mesdames J. S. Auner, T. H. Chrischilles, D. R. Steele, R. H. Miller, H. M. Hauberg, and P. J. Chrlslensen. Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Crelzmeyer substituted for the Millers. Dinner was followed by an evening o f bridge. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Michel entertained their dinner bridge club Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Abner liong won tho family prize. Other members are Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarro. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Horlgan. The Child Study club met Tucs day afternon with Mrs. M. M. Morrow. The subject of the lesson Ihis month is Five Rules for Happy Parenthood. Mrs. M. G. Norton and Mrs. w. S. Lee reviewed chapters from Ihe book, Growing Into Life The Hl-Lo bridge club met wllh Mrs. H. L. McCorkle Friday nighl Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew won the high score; Mrs. H. E. Relmer, the low. Mre. R. S. McCorkle. was a guesl. There are eight members of the club. Refreshments were served Mrs. Elmer Nelson entertained 12 women at bridge at the Agnes tea rooms Saturday afternoon. Mrs Roy Marty and Mrs. Lawrenc* Crawford wo n the high scores; Mrs F. L. Thorpe, .the low score. Afte bridge lunch was served. Mrs. w. P. Hemphlll enterlalnec her bridge club last, week Wednes day afternoon. Mrs. Lloyd Wellen dorf-won high score and Mrs. C. R LaBarre ,low. Mrs. Fred Barlho omew and Mrs, J. W. Mangan wer guesls. Mrs. Oscar Anderson enlertalne at a miscellaneous shower Saturda., rilght in honor of Mabel Thelin who will be married soon to Law rence Olson, who lives south town. There were 21 guests. Mrs. J. W. Mangan entertalne her bridge club Salurday nighl, an Mrs. J. W. Kelly and Mrs. Le Spllles won Ihe high scores. Mre. G D. Brundage was a guesl of' Ihe club. Lunch was served. -The Alpha Delphians will meel wilh Mrs. J. S. Auner next Wednes- jday aflernoon al 2:30. The program will consist of a review of the play, Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors, by Mrs. A. E. Michel. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hauberg entertained their bridge club at a two- course dinner Monday night. After dinner the group attended the Happy Pastime dancing club dance al Ihe K. C. hall. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Rlnggenbef g enlerlained their bridge cJub Monday evening, and Mrs. Roy Bjus- trum and Henry Johannsen won the high scores, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hynds the low. The second series of card-dancing parties given by St. Cecelia's Guild will be held tonight, beginning at 8. The third, party will be given a week from tomorrow night. The A. O.; bridge''club met with Kelie McGihnisiFrfday night. Lydla M'.'yers'.an'd Anna Buss won'the high scores; Ann Fechner, the low. Lunch was served after the game. Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles entertain fd. her. bridge club' last.,Thursdaj night, Mrs. E. A. Schemel won high score. After bridge lunch was served. " ' . . I'. -..•"• The Baptist Loyal class'meets this afternoon with Mrs. -Harvey Cole- inari. The December'ancT January group will assist in entertaining. The R. N. A, club meets' next Tuesday afternoon at the I.- O. O F. 'hall. There will be election o officers. The D. A. R; will have a bake sale Saturday at the Anderson mea market, commnecing at 1 o'clock. The Methodist W. H. M. S. wil meet with Mrs. Frank Green this afternoon at 2:30. then 'take a boat for the Bermuda v ' T Islands. From there they eo by boat J5n * a * eme "t'» Announced— to California via the Panama Can- . ne engagement of Geraldine al. They will be on the boat two Lewls - of Pubuque, and John W. weeks and will spend a week In shirlev ' fion <* County Supt. and California. Dr. and Mrs. Auner ex- Mrfil ' Wm - Shirley, was announced caniornla. L)r. and Mrs. Auner ex- """• •"••••-. OM«KJJT, WUB announced pect to visit the J, S. Auners before a week aBO Sunday at the Alpha Chi lenvino- rma Mninac, Omega house. The T>ride-to-be. who leaving avmg jjes .juoines. • . ~-.-.~o"' ..WMOO. *i» c UUUC-IU-UB, wiiu Mrs. Geo, E. Boyle, who has for ls a member of the sorority, treated jars made her home with a sister her sorority sisters to a 5-lb. box of years made her home with a slater ""' .=«« ««"•»• o«n.c»i» w a, a-iu. uox or at Pennvllle, Ind., "writes that: she candy, according to the Daily lowan is spending this winter at South of Jan " nrv "•*•• Bend, Ind., with her nephew Fran-' els Brown, who, attends Notre Dame Auxiliary^ to Give Party- university. She likes the city .with its varied peoples and scenes. .Occasionally she sees, boys from Iowa. Money conditions there are bad, iand there is the usual amount of crime. The weather has been pleasant, with little snow or cold, Mrs: William Philo, formerly Mrs. W. J. Guderlan, nee Walston, writes .from -Winona, Minn., to re- says: "Having been born at Algona and having spent -the greater part of my life there, the paper Is still like a letter'from home, though so many of the friends I knew are now gone and a large number of new people have come In-. I always enjoy the many letters from distant subscribers. -We are having a mild winter here with little snow." Mr. and Mrs, F. H. Fredericksen, Great Falls, Mont., are parents of a son, born Friday, their first child. He has been named Dick Hartman Mrs. Fredericksen was Helen Dick lnson The baby gets (1D , ch ,, from , h , g motnei>i i whose nick name was. "Dick 1 ', and . ____ ^, ___•____ ^ — ' ,.,_ j,_i«:__ his second name from his father, whose second name is Hartman, which was Mr. Frederlckaen's mother's .family naine. v The birth of the baby made Mrs. E. C: Dick' inson a grandmother for the sec> ond time, her other grandchild being a daughter of Mr .and Mrs, R. T. Whitney, Fond "du Lac, Win., Mention was overlooked last weelj of the fact that W. A,, yjgars, was at Mobile, a 'small town near Sioux City, when the; cashier of a bank there was kept: prisoner all night In his home by a bank robber who »lled him to go to the bank morning and deliver a I " money. M.obi& is Mr. gar's old borne town, and be knows ^ ^^ ^ we8 tlon robber got away SMO. He tet bba ottt tetti thlrt a* a bridge not far from town r. FT***** tied W«a to the bridge. ' Hagg Post Auxiliary win hold a benefit card party at the Legion hall Tuesday night at 7:80, The public IPS Invited, Mrs. D. P. .Smith Is chairman «of the committee in charge, and assistants are Mesdames P. J. Kohlhaas, W. P. French, 1 Loren Minkler, H. L. McCorkle, N. Victor Lowe, A. H, Stock, and Jos. Kelly. Royal Neighbors to Initiate- Royal Neighbors meet at the hall tonight and four new members will be,, initiated. Mrs. Hugh Post's di- vislon will serve refreshments. Those to be Initiated are Mrs. Gordon Kuhn, Mrs. Frank Capesiue, Mrs. Mike Miller, and a Mrs. Hansen, Whittemore. Play for Halcyon „-„,. The Halcyon club meets tomorrow night with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ward, After dinner there will be a program, The feature of the program will be a play, "Please Pass that .are tempted Morning worship NAZ-ARENE, I. F. Metcalf, Pas tor— Sunday school, 9:45 a. m lesson title, Jesus Tempted; golden text: In that He Himself hath su| fered, being tempted, He is able t succur theni (Heb. 2:18). . . 11; text, l Chronicles, Ch'ap. 2, 22n verse: He slew two lion-like men o Moab:.also he went down, and,-slew a lion in a pit in a snowy day. . v Evening service, evangelistic, ,7:3( sermon by pastor; text, Ezekiei 9:1 but come not near any man upoj whom is the mark; and begin -at m sanctuary, . ( :: PRESBYTERIAN, J. L. Coleman, Pastor — The usual hour of wpr ship and study invites your attest dance. In the evening the Y. P S. C. E. will meet at «:30; topic What My Denomination Means t the World. This being young pep pie's day, there wil/ be an appro priate church service at 7:30 First Lutheran, C. E. Olsson, pas tor— Sunday school 10 a. m,; wor ship, 10:45 a. m. ..RADIO REPAIRING Electric Bad Battery Set* Gu«ra«teed Service E. A. Genrich Phone 99 Permanent Wave ' - Special We have purchased one of the new Frederic Combination Spiral and Croquignole permanent waving machines. With this new machine we can give either a spiral or croquignole wave or a combination of the two'waves. These combination waves are very popular because of their tight end curl, and they are much more lasting than a srpqujgnole wave." We are using the toest Frederic pads in these waves, and not the cheapest grade. As soon as our machine arrives we will make a special price on these waves for a short time only. Watch this paper for our prices. Our regular price on Naivette Croauignole waves is now $5,00 Marigold Beauty Shoppe II »>er K, », fi» e| J» rwf )$.*„. .. ^ . .. * MOJ PAOE We must clear stocks before spring merchandise arrives. That's why we have taken radical reductions to insure , complete disposal of our present stock. And in two groups you'll find super quality Footwear. 'a.95 '4.95 •i J BARGAINS THE KOSSUTH COUNTY STATE BANK has taken into consideration the fact that many, banks, ,-*** merchants, and farmers are advertising the particular kind of goods they have for sale to the thought in mind we wish to call your at- •'•'%;*-',tentibn to what this bank has to offer its cus- safety deposit boxes for rent in several sizes •'• interest oh certificates of deposit. >interest on savings accounts. ' and sell bonds— Government, State and Mun- ' 1 money on good security. -..;,.. make farm loans for the Bankers Life Company. -;We" 4ook after property for non-residents, collect ,ii,i ; --rents, pay taxes, etc. We clerk farm sales, We:-give prompt service in every department. In fact we perform about every service connected with safe banking, except taking cafe of the babies while you shop. . We solicit your business. The Kossuth County I State Bank] THE PIONEER BANK /. -W"! VT: White's GROCERY SPECIALS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY HONEY— 2 cakes GHIPSO— 2 large pkgs. __ PALM'OLIVE **••_ i SOAP—4 cakes PUMPKIN, KRAUT and HOMINY— One of each, 3 for _ T JAPAN TEA— 1 lb. pkg. __„_. 39c FIG BARS or GINGER SNAPS— O4«i 2 Ibs. COC SUGAR— 10 lb. clotb. bag 55c PEARS, PEACHES, and APRICOTS -—Large cans, one of each, 3 for PROP INTO ^^^^^f •. ^^Hj^P '^^^ ^" ^^l^^r ^KP^r' 'V -3 "it H; Big loaf of Mother's Bread, something lOc Fig B^r cookies, 2 pounds „— v ^, New crop " '.JBtf/jP-iMIW, '?».5;*f»!?n!» 1 Sf^^,WS l !?*?J?7T»!-fy«•« «•****** >\v,' ^ t- * a-;%^-ijjA'---v'-rH' ,v| . .- .wv A.: «i- -"»'&.•4ifew4ar*e -'A*s

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