Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1931 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 29, 1931
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'v$?W* PAGE TEN *f^r»^^ »' ,. (< ;•/-* -,' ,„' ;f'5< "S/J"' ' •• >3^', >' A'^'O i "'«' '* r i 0. ' f i >,'•",.' '/>*-», .x.i£.:«v.«v<:».s.»^,rrtte.j&.-^^^ ' * ' 1- JANUARY H EX-SWEA CITY YOUTH WED AT TOPEKA, KAHS, ' Swea City, .Ian. 27—The Topcka, Kami., Capital of January 22 reported the marriage of a former Swea City boy ns follows: Mr. and Mrs. William Roy Gilmore announce the marriage of their daughter Dorte to William Ed- Win AVarburton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warhurton, Sweci City, Iowa. Dr. Stephen S. Ilstey read the ceremony at S o'clock Wednesday night before the fireplace of the living room in the Gllmore home. There were no attendants, and only members of the Immediate families and a few Intimate friends were present. Mrs. Kenneth Gllmore played a group of piano numbers preceding and during the service. The bride, an attractive young woman, was becomingly dressed in a blue tweed suit with a gray caracul collar. With It she wore a dark blue hat, hag, and shoes, and a corsage bouquet of pink roses. The wedding was followed by an Informal reception at the Gllmore home. A bowl of pink roses and tall pink tapers decorated the table In the dining room, and a bowl of pink roses and pink tapers were used on the mantel. The bride was graduated from Washburn college in 1928, and while there became affiliated with the Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. She is an unusually popular and pretty young woman. Mr. Wai-burton was graduated from Coe college, Cedir Rapids, and was a member of the Alpha Delta Alpha social fraternity there. He and his bride have gone on a. short wedding trip, after which they will be at home at Topeka, •where Mr. Warburton is assistant manager of a Kresge store. Miss Gllmore was the recipient of several showers and dinner parties the past few weeks. State Senatorial Map of Iowa MAP, WHICH APPEARED In a recent Des Moines Tribune-Capital, shows in a striking way how unfair is the present distribu- •*• tion of Iowa's state senators. Our own district, the 47th, la most discriminated against,, and there are many other districts which have just cause for complaint. In the 47th district it takes four votes and more, so far as representation In the state .senate is concerned, to equal one vote in Jackson county. There are five populous counties In 'the 47th district, whereas in. eastern and southeastern Iowa there are a dozen counties each ot which has a senator to itself alone. For many years this unfair discrimination has persisted despite complaint, but now one of the major duties of the present assembly will be to undertake a revision and apportion the districts with an eye to a fair division according to population. Mrs. Xcls Anderson Passes— The community was shocked Monday morning, when news got about that Mrs. Nels Anderson had died. Though 84, she was apparently in the best of health Sunday. She retired Sunday evening after a clay «pent with out of town guests, and was found dead in bed by her daughter, Mrs. Anna Clark, next morning. Mrs. Anderson was a member of the local Methodist church. Mrs. Anderson's maiden name wne Anna Christina Hansen, and she was born in Sweden January 10, 1849. Blip wns married in IS70 to Erick Anderson, and two children were born: Anne O. Clark, Swea City; and a daughter who died in Infancy. -The Andersons settled at Bloom- Ington, III., in 1S70, and there her husband died. The widow married the late Xels A. Anderson in 1SSG, and one child was born, the late Emil A. Anderson. Besides the daughter, a grandson, Orville Anderson, survives, B.. B. Teams AVin More Games— Again sports take the headlines here. The Cardinals and the high school JDeemers have won two more games each. The Deemers played Algona last week Tuesday and won, 14-7. They played Fenton Friday at Fenton, and this was one of the hardest games of the season, but when the whistle blew the score Was 11-13 in Swea City's favor. The local seconds also won, 34-6. The Fenton regulars played an excellent defense game. The Cardinals played the Esthcrville Eskimos last Thursday, and won, 3S-20. Then they played at Truman, Minn., Sunday afternoon, and again won, 39-20. This was the Cards' 5th victory. "Aux" Holds OiiilliiiR- Party— The quilting party given one day last week by the local Legion Auxiliary was a decided success. Thlty- eight women, each with quilting pieces and equipment for making quilts, attended, and neven quilts were pieced and tied ready to send to De.s Moines. Three slightly usert FARM WIFE AT SEXTON DIES; GANGER FATAL Sexton, Jan. 27 — Mrs. Henry Biiiley (Hod at the Kossuth Hospital, Algona, Sunday evening at C o'clock following an operation for cancel- performed by Doctor Jepson, of Sioux City, assisted by Doctor CretKiiieyer. Mr*. Bailey bus been sick for a long time. She was .taken with a sudden attack Friday and the operation was performed Saturday. Mrs. Bailey is survived by her husband and a sister in .Minnesota. Funeral arrangements had not been made Monday when this mention was written. Mrs. Bailey had lived in this community a number of years and was prominent in church work till her poor health prevented. The Bailey home is two miles north and a mile Fenton Woman's Recipes Win Award From D. M. Register west of Sexton. Mrs. Bailey had had two operations before this one. She had been up most of .the time since her preceding operation last fall. last A. L. Greenfield Uncle Dies— Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield 1 and Edith attended the funeral of Mr. Greenfield's uncle, Jesse Green- Held, at the Laird & Reimer chapel, Algona, Monday. Mr. Greenfield 1 died Sunday morning of cancer at the Kossuth Hospital. He had .been a patient there two years. The Rev. Mrs. F. H. Bohn, Fenton, won a dollar prize Friday for the best cookie recipes in a department of the woman's page of the Des Moines Register. Her first recipe follows: lilnck Walnut Circles. Two cups sugar. One cup shortening. Two eggs. One-fourth cup sweet cream. One teaspoon vanilla. One cup chopped dates. One cup nuts. » One-fourth teaspoon salt. One-half teaspoon soda. One teaspoon cream tartar. Four cups flour. Mix, form into rolls, leave in cool place over night. In morning slice fifteen minutes in A. English delivered the sermon, and was assisted Rev. A. H. Wood, of off -and bake moderate oven. •Mrs. Bohn's second recipe was for anise oil cookies, as follows: Anise Oil Cookies. One cup dark syrup. One cup sugar. One cup. stor-tening. One-half cup honey. Heat and when cool add; Two eggs,, beaten. One-half teaspoon cinnamon. One-eighth teaspoon cloves. One teaspoon nutmeg. One teaspoon- soda. One teaspoon ginger, Te n drops- amise- oil. Four cups flour (or enough to make a dough to roll up). Mix. Form- ui rolls. Mrs. Schichtl and Mrs. McLean, funeral by the Good Hope, and slice off and bake In moderate Heave- in- a cool place over night Mrs. Fred Geigel, Am, and Face to accompanied by «ang Just as I Face. The pall bearers were Fern- lo<- and.Lyle Runchey, Charles and Howard' ITlfers, Vernon .Robison, and Chester Wilclin. Interment was made in Riverview cemetery. Mr. Greenfield was 70 years old. He left a brother William, at Irvington and a sister, Mrs. Nettie A'aliant, of Hawthrone, Calif. quilts were donated for the same Airs. Harris Still lit Hospital- purpose. Three more quilts, yet to be finished, will be u.sed in this community if needed. Small piecing scraps will be made into carpet rags to be sent to the Knoxville veterans' hospital. Hln-lit .School Allemlam-e Loss— The night school attendance was somewhat lower last week' Monday night than at other recent sessions, but 2~i women and 30 men were on hand. The men det-ided, after discussion, that the food value of an acre of alfalfa is ?"><;.20 for pasturing pigs. The women discussed calories, and were surprised to learn how many are consumed at an afternoon or evening party. This week Monday's woman's program was to consist of motion pictures of an educational nature. Class Inspects J)ccl;er I'lanl— E. U Sweany, local Smith-Hughes agricultural teacher, and the boys in his animal husbandry class drove to Mason City Saturday to inspect the Decker meat-packing plant. They were shown around by a guide, and were much interested in the process of converting a hog into food ready for the market. The manufacture of wieners, liverwui-«t, and other prepared meats was cx- exempllfied. Everett Kelly Is Married— Announcement was made a week ago Satin-day of the marriage of Everett, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kelly, north of town, to Bertha, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vig- dal, Armstrong. The event took place at the Kelly home at 8 o'clock a week ago Saturday evening, the Rev. G. R. Siemens officiating. Other Swea City. The concensus of opinion seems to be that Swea City will undertake no more paving for the present. Some property owners had favored it, but the majority has not since estimates of the cost were given out recently. Gilbert Engstrom has bought the interest of Dillard Bishop in the local dray line. Mr. Bishop will • move to a farm. Leonard Swanaon will continue with Mr. Engstrom. Attending a state grain, dealers' convention at Mason City this week are Frank J. Thomson manager of the local elevator, Jas. Kennedy, Ralph Walker, Axel Erickson, O. L. John Harris, his daughters Mary and Marie, and Edith Greenfield spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Harris at the Kossuth Hospital. Mrs. Harris has now been at the hospital four weeks, and she will have to remain there'two or three more. She recently suffered a broken hip in a fall. Concert I'ri/os Are Awarded— There was a fair-sized attendance at a. Viand concert here last week Wednesday evening. An 'Indian oven, 3-50 degrees. The same day two favorite recipes contributed by Mrs. John Button, Algona, were published: Ditto pic. One pound pitted dates. Water. One-half cirp sugar. Two eggs. One-half teaspoon cinnamon. One cup cream and milk. Remove pits of dates.. Cut up and cover with water. Let soak over night. Cook until tender and put through a colander. Add sugar, eggs, well beaten, cinnamon and cream and milk mixed. Put into pastry lined pie tin and bake one- Serve with whipped blanket given away was won by Alex Eischen, an( j a box of candy, second prize, by ( Lou Kutschara. Fritz Granzow, Algona, is the band's instructor. ,Jos. Arndoi-fei-s party Hosts- Mr, and Mrs. Jos. Arndorfer tertainetl 50 friends at a party and dance evening. the Sexton hall Friday half hour, cream. Jli'xicaii Rabbit Stew. One rabbit. Two quarts cold water. One cup vinegar. One. onion. One teaspoon salt. One bay leaf. Two or three teaspoons chili powder (according to taste). Cut rabbit into pieces. Brown in a little hot fat. Add other ingredients and allow to simmer gently until rabbit is tender. Thicken the stew as you would any thick cream sauce or about three tablespoons flour mixed to a paste and added. CRESCO BRIDE IS GUEST AT SHOWER ATA.E.CLAYTON'S South Cresco, Ja.n. ,27 — Twenty- four relatives ami close friends of Mrs. Maltha Potter Applegate, Cor- u'it'n. attended a miscellaneous show- Li- Saturday ;ifteniooni in her honor at Mrs. A. E. Clajrtoni's. Each wo man who attended took a cake or .sandwiches, and each; gave a question, the answer, and a favorite recipe to the bride. Sixiiie Potter, cousin of the bride, read The Perfect Husband and "Wife,, and an original poem, Advice, by Mtrs. F. L. Miller, was read by the- bride, who then unwrapped her gifts, A tray lunch followed. Mrs;. J'oftn> Ulfers, north of Fenton, and'- her- dilughter Verabelle were among; the guests. The house decorations- were in yellow. Mr. and Mrs. E. C.' Potter- were at Julius Studer's, near Cor with, last Thursday evening attending a miscellaneous shower in honor ot the Potter daughter Martliai ajid her husband, Victor Applegate, given by Mrs. O. L. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Skilling and Mrs. C.'. E.' Harvey, were also among the 85 guests: Advice written by friends was-read to the bride, and favorite reoipea: were copied for her. Many gifts were presented, including a dinner set of dishes. A tray luncheon followed. Fiiroircll for the ,T. C. Hog-ans— Mr. and Mrs. Clem Hogam held a closing out sale last week Wednesday. A farewell party In their-Honor took place the preceding evening, at their home given by a number of relatives and friends. The Hbga'na will leave soon for Florida,, via Washington, D. C. In Florida Clem will be a salesman for a portrait company | n company with': MB brother and a brother-in-law. llrnmlows to Xow Home— The W. H. Brandows moved: back last week Wednesday to their farm CONGREGATIONAL, F. J. Clark, Pastor — Spiritual reenforcements in Everyday 'Living will be the theme and objective of. vesper sier- vices which will start next Sundtoy at 5 p. m. and run 'till Easter Sunv day. "The Haunted House of Human Personality" will be the sermon theme for the opening Sunday, arad! it will include- an interpretation' of Doctor Oliver's famous book, '"Four". Dr. Oliver is one of the moutr fascinating men In America. Besides being psychiatrist to the criminal court of Baltimore, he is aniauthor of renown, a professor in two great universities, and a clergyman; He- tells ns in "Fear" that of the countless human beings who come under hfs professional scrutiny; healthy young people, criminals;. .tilie-> pujoir,. successful ' men and ivomeiv, he finds in. all, working at :he foundation of life, fear, in some form- or other; "I tell you, if I could wipe out fear by some magic ormula, I should' b e able to help the greater- part of those who come to me (a Psychiatrist) for help," he writes; . . These vesper services are for'th'e- purpose of demonstrating hristianity; of nralctng It a force nd' a- factor lh everyda'y living, ind 1 a- HeliP l n i soIWrag' the everyday problem of life;. They will be made as cheerful' and' interesting as pos- 1 ible. . . Mrs: \T. F. Ingraham, \tason City, soprano, and Ellis Bracken;, organist,, win present a nusical vespers concert the last Sunday of February. Mrs. ingra- lam, who- Has- a remarkably beauti- ul and well trained- voice, is the vifo of Slipt. W. F. -Ingi-aham, of he Milwaukee; Miss Bracken will ivo admirable- support at the organ xnd will play air organ group be., sides: Remember tire time: 5 p. m. 'h'ere, having Chupin The sold their farm eldest daughter teaching near Chapln. and Mildred has entered the Algona high school. The George Bruellmuns moved from the Brandow farm to the ,r.. L. Gerbor farm, just west of A. E.. Clay- t n tl ' c- DECLAM CONTESTS NAMEDJ TRY-OUT Declamatory tryouts were held at the high school last week Wednesday and Thursday, and five winners were chosen in the oratorical class, and six each in the dramatic, humorous, and extemporaneous classes. The North Central Six contests will . — be 'held simultaneously at member wocit with her mother, Mrs. John • towns next week Thursday. The Other Sexton News. Twenty-one persons from Sexton attended Methodist church services at Wesley Sunday evening. The Kev. W. H. Lease, district superintendent, is holding revival meetings at Wesley this week. Ernest and Frank Donald Gage, all of spent Saturday with the DeVary boys' sister, Mrs. Mack AVise. Mrs. Harvey Steven spent DeVary and Swea City, last Wermersen, Algona, who is' again bedfast. St , rot l 1 ! 1 ' w i s ° she lled corn last association is composed of Hampton Clarion, Eagle Grove, Webster City', Humboldt, and Algona. The week. Mrs. Drusilla Noble helped ! temporaneous contests will be held ln the afternoon and the dramatic ant} i iumorous contests i n the evening. In each town, 18 pupils will speak, and IDS take part In the en- cook for the shelters. The Roy Olsens spent a fe w days last -week with Mr. Olsen's parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Olsen. Ther re were 32 persons at Sunday school Sunday. $1.88 was taken. A collection of -*• ZENDERSfQUARANTINEDSFOR SECOND TIME THIS MONTH Pauline, 8-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Zender, was taken sick with scarlet fever last Thursday. Gertrude, 13-year-old daughter, had been ill with the disease, but Is now well. The Zender home was quarantined the day before New Year's, and the quarantine was to have been lifted this week but because of Pauline's case it will have to be continued another 28 tire contest. Winners i n last week's contest were: Oratorical, Donald H.utchins, Charles Lund, John Hargreaves Charles Cretzmeyer, Richard Norton; dramatic—Helen Goeders, Prances Hough, Helen Becker, Irma De e Roupe, Helen Morrow, and Eleanor Backus; humorous—Bernetta Bonnstetter, Marjori e Turner, Christina Gould, Melvin Miner, Margaret Lease, and Margaret Visors; extemporaneous — Virginia Schnepf Margaret Habeger, Irene Devine, Lyle Runchey, Johanna Fiene, Eleanor Keene. Mrs. D. R. Steele and Mrs. D. H Goeders coached the students. ton's. Coxes Are 40 Years Weil!— Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Potter, Seneca, \ver e among guests last week AVed- nesday at the J. M. Cox home-, where dinner was served in honor of the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs. Cox. A floor lamp was presented to Mr. and Mrs. Cox. Other South Cresco. Mr. and Mrs. Archte McDantels, Sioux Rapids, were guests of the Victor Applegates, near Corwith a week ago Saturday night. The Ap- plegates reside with Mr. Applegate's lather and he helps with the farm work. Mrs. Applegate teaches school in Prairie township. Mrs. o. S. Moore Dr. and Mrs. AValter _ .„„„, Ames Frirday, and the FrasTr =uu, Walter Jr., state, college student, came home with them, going back Sunday. Mrs. Martha Potter spent Sat urduy night and Sunday at her sor accompanied Fraser to son, D. Potter's. The Dr. L. Day Potters, Storm Lake, we re Sunday guests. sick Mrs. L. R. wildin, who was =,,,v for some months at the home of hei mother, Mrs. Baas, near more, bas come home. Clifford Worster, Still College of Osteopathy student, Des Moines was at home Saturday and Sunday! ino Aid served a covered-dish sup per lust week AVednesday evening at Mrs. C. H. Potters. Golf Club to Meet. The annual meeting of the Algona Country club will be held Monday night at 8:30 o'clock at the City Hall Ihe hour O f the meeting- was set ate because of other earlier meet ings. WHY SEND YOUR ORDERS FOR printing out of town? If the Al gona print shops got all the business which originates l n Algona they could hire three or four more printers to earn and spend their money l)e also. . , l-Jvangelistlc service, 7:30j prayer and praise services every' Wednesday evening. . . You are writing a gospel, a chapter each day. by deeds that you do; by words that you say; meri read What you write, whether faulty or. true—say, what ' is the gospel according to you? METHODIST, C V. Hutoe, Pastor—- A gospel-team service presented by the Bpworth League Sunday evening attracted a goocl'slzed aU' tileries and was of exceptional Interest and value, 'Young people on th® program worn A'.bert Groaen- bach, Margaret Lease, .Richard Norton, Robert Rlchrtrdson, Bernlce lioarsch, Heleh Parsons, Gladys Rising, Margaret Vigors, and Helen Morrow. Some 50 Epworth Leaguers attended.,. . All members and friends of 'the "church are earnestly urged ito be-present next Sunday morning for both Sunday school and worship. This is the last week for reading the book of Psalms in our Sunday school- Bible-reading campaign. A _large number have completed their'reading for January, and will be ready to start another book In .February. Help us reach our goal of 400 for Sunday school next S.unday, and plan to stay for communion at the morning- church hour. • OAL.BRAITH ^ UNION. H. Nell Malen, Pnstor — You are to hav« a visiting; pastor next'Sunday rnorn,- ing in the Rev. S. M. Gladstone, Lone Rock. He and your pastor ex change pulpits. We ask a full house and we know that you will feel repaid for having attended. Many heard -him last August'and will be eager to hear him again. . . Sunday school, 10 a. m.; the Rev. Mr. Glad stone wilf preach at 11. There will be no Services in the , evening- as we speak at Lone Rock while the Kev. Mr. Gladstone goes to Ring- sited 1 . We hope you assembleNn some place for worship. . . The Bible study lesson for Friday is the last two «nopters of II Timothy. Bring your Bibles and come with us and "we iWlll' do yotr good." Don't forget Fri'day night service at 7:30 now May we not see alt of you there this at Mrs/Alma Nelson's, ...'Fop neit Sunday! Sunday school, ifij fevenlrtg service, 7:30. _ ^ Legion to Meet. The American Legion will hold Its regular monthly meeting at the Leg- Ion hall next Ttiesday night at 8 o'clock. .*• All disabled ex-service men who have not already filed dls-" ability allowance claims are- Urged to attend the meeting, and b'.nnks and information will bo available. NOTICE OF CEMETERY MEET, Ing.—The regular annual meeting of the Algona Cemetery Association will bo held at the office of the Secretary on Saturday, February 7, 1H31, -at 4 p. m. All lot owners are Invited to be present.—Mi P. Weaver, Secretary. 20 Lotts Mr. and Mrs. ArnoV| parents of a hoy. A[ , Keilker also have n ,, cw " Lillian and Olivia K rcs ., 1 and Mrs. Everett l> cyw , ner sueBta at the Joll ' home Sunday. nn Elsie Kohlwes V | S I, C(1 . I near Algona win, l', u , .."I Johanna, daughter „[ . „ ' i-t">.<.-i or «., and Mrs. 13. Flene }-,„„ ,, "" With chtckonpox. ce » FOR RfcNT— F housekeeping roonis.-p Sunday, February 22. At the morning Hour during- the next re\v Sundays the pastor will preach a series of sermons- on "Your Relig- on." THe titans for next Sunday s, "Has Your RBlfgfon a God?" The lurpose of these sermons is to put our religibrr to the test of modern tnowledge and to- make It effective n the modern' world. NAZARENE; r. F. Metcaif, p as :or — Sunday school, 8:35 a. m.- esson title, Jesus the Great Physician; golden- text, Surely he hath jorne our griefs and can-led our sorrows- (Isaiah 53:4). Morning worship, IT ; . sermon by pastor; scripture lesson-, St. Luke, 12HI8-20- And ' He said', Thfs will I do: I pull down my barns and build greater; r testow all my and: there, will fruits and my goods, (ifl) And I , svill say to my soul, .Soul, thou hast much good's laid up for many years; take thtrte ease, eat, drink, and be nerry. [20) But God said unto him, Thou fool, this night thy soul shall be required "of thee; 'then whose shall those things be, which thou hast provided? (34) Text, For where' your treasure is, there will your heart PRESBTTERIAtf, 4. L. Colemnn, Minister —- Morning- worship theme, next Sunday, "A Lore to "Worship." Evening: T. .P. S. C. E. topic, The Christian Endeavor Society In the Program of tire Church? sermon subject, Christ, in A^hom 'the Believer is Complete. . . It is Important that all members arrd friends keep In touch with the church's' activities- by regularly attending services. ST. THOMAS'S EPISCOPAL, F. A.' T. Ellcr;. Rector—Services next Sunday morning- at II. . The Guild 1 will meet next Thursday • at Mrs. Henry Tjaden's; The Guild meeting scheduled for last ' Thursday was postponed because of the reception at Lettie Matson's- frr honor of the- Father Eller and family. BAPTIST; F; IT. wcDstor, pastor -—"Religion as Service, or the Acid Test," will be the subject of the morning sermon next Sunday. Evening subject; "Feeling the Fatherhood of God:" "Come thou with, us and we will do thee good." FIRST niTTHERANY C. K. Ois- son, Pastor — The Junior Mission Band will'meet Saturday at 2 p. m. Hobarfon Store Netfs ji-u'iaujaiaiH iHitUiiuiuBinvnmwn THE HORTON Washing Machine is just another wonderful example of household efficiency. What the reaper and binder does in two weeks for th<v farmer in the fields, the Horton Washing Machine does fifty-two weeks in the year for his partner, the housewife. Come in-, uml let ue demonstrate it You are welcome whether you buy or not. Buy GROCERIES nnd MEATS hero Our overhead Is less; we sell fpr less;'' FARMERS' GENERAL STORE Wliwe Business Is Appreciated. R. 0, BJUSTROM, Hoburton, Iowa HEINZ *» Demonstration and Sale SATURDAY ONE FREE WITH SIX-Buy six cans Heinz Products and get one FREE. * a Beef Roast .jgc Spare Ribs is c Hamburger , i§ c Pork Chops 22c Lettuce, per head 5 C prices. Ellis Runchey ALGONA, IOWA Thoreson, and Arthur Holcomb BEAD THE WANT-ADS. Market Trip] Chatter ^WBlH^^B'^HMMPB^^^^^F.-^B^k 'Where You Feel at Home' We leave for our semi-annual market trip Satun. night, January 31. If you have spring dress problei won't you call "Golda" at 281 and let her select yoi wardrobe from the most beautiful lines we see market. So; many women have come to -rely on Mrs. Minklei Judgment, and they are always satisfied with _ choice. Here's a service that ought to mean a lot] every woman who trades in Algona. No "high pu sure" salesmanship—no "hot air" or "bologna"-fe courteous, painstaking effort to please and satisfy. | So» if you want any ideas about your new dress coat, do not hesitate to call 281 and let us help: And while we're gone Mrs. Hardgrove will be "bosi of the ready-to-wear, lots of pretty house frocks! interest you for "right now." Come in! Chrischilles & Herbst Children's Dresses We call your attention to this beautiful new spring line of children's wash frocks. 2ifn pr l ttlestt Bna PP le st, largest showing of juvenile dresses ever presented in Algona Prices are at the new low price level— the low- e0 $1.00 $1.68 $1.95

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