Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1931 · Page 14
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 29, 1931
Page 14
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PAGE FOUR LAKOTANS WILL HELP INSTRUCT S, S, WORKERS Lakota, Jan. 27 — The Rev, and Mrs. P. O. Johnson attended a meeting of the Forest City pastoral group at Thompson last week Monday. Definite plans were laid tor the Sunday school teachers' train- Ing school, which will open Tuesday night, February 24, at the public school building at Thompson and continue till April 14, with one session a week, six lessons being given. Pour courses will be offered: the Ifew Testament, the Rev. Mr. Johnston; Teaching Program of the Church, the Rev. Mr. Busch,, Forest City; Psychology of Middle Ado- tescense, Mrs. Johnson; Primary Materials and Methods, by a teacher from Thompson. The first two courses are general; and the next two, specialization courses. Teach era of any denomination may take the courses. This group'also pick ed dates for an Epworth League rally and a Men's Brotherhood meeting, both in February. Acorn Club Studies Immigration— Mrs. William Turley was hostess to the Acorn club last Thursday afternon. There were 18 women In attendance. Roll call was answered with names , of famous Americans Who were immigrants. Enforcing the Immigration laws at seaports and on the border was discussed by Mrs. Lola Hamquist, and the history of immigration laws was given by Celestlne Smith. The next meeting will be a book review luncheon at Mrs. Murray's. Oil URNITUR£ dwdnq owv FEBRUARY CLEARANCE SALE MUST MAKE ROOM for our NEW SPRING STOCK We expect to buy one ami probably two big carloads i>f furniture for spring trade, but we MUST sell a , grciH deal of our present big stock before we can make room for this new merchandise. Ho that's the reason for this sale. Wlf have to more a lot of merchandise quick and we have slashed prices on EVERYTHING to a point where bargain hunters can find exactly what they look for. Sale Starts Friday Prlsvlllns Entertain Hiislmnds— The Priscilla club entertained at a. 1 o'clock dinner party at the Woodman hall last week Wednesday. The guests were the husbands, and each member also invited a woman friend and the latter's husband. There was thus a large attendance. The evening was spent at cards and dancing. Theater Gives Muslciil Content— .The World theater recently put on a musical contest. Musical instruments played were violins, banjos, and accordions. August Peterson. Swea City, won first on the violin; Fanny Allts. Lakota, first on j the banjo; and George Ennen, Lakota, first on the accordion. OPENING DAY SPECIAL S. S. Class Has n Party— The young married people's class of the Presbyterian Sunday school has organized. Mrs. Clifford "Freark was elected president; Sirs. Jerry Heetland, secretary-treasurer. The class had a party at the Freark home a week ago Friday. The Rev. Mr. Frerking i.s teacher. Harbingers nr' Spring Seen— The traditional ' harbinger of spring, the robin, has arrived at Lakota, according to three local residents, who reported seeing one last week. Mrs. C. R. Lewis, Mrs. Sarah Patterson, and Dr. H. H. Murray- saw one or more rooins. Jffrs. Seymour A'Isits Village— Mrs. Addie Seymour, Algona, who liad spent a month visiting h,er daughter, Mrs. Elmer Johnson, of California, got home one day lost weok. and has since been attending to business matters at the Farmers & Drovers bank here. Thaves Again at the Creamery— Clyde Thaves, who had been In Mason. -City for some time, came home one day last week and has begun work at the local creamery. Ha wflrked at the creamery last year, and so already has the business well in hand. Esther "Winters to bo Nurse— The John Winters' daughter Esther went to Des Moines a week ago Monday to begin a course in nursing at the Broadlawns hospital. Her father took her down. Esther Is a graduate of the Ledyard high school. Mrs. IJiulcrdalil at Homo Again— Mrs. E<1 LTnderdahl came home from thy Algona hospital Saturday. She is well on the way to recovery, but has suffered for the last •week with pleurisy, which still troubles her. H. S. I'lay Draws Crowd— The junior-senior class play, "A Prairie Ruse," was presented in the basement of the Presbyterian church Tuesday evt'hing before a large crowd. Postniiistre. Bargnr Sells Farm— Postmaster J. A. Bargar lias sold his farm west of town to Williair Mabus, who will take possession March 1, Flu Attacks Telephone Manager— Harold Pierce, local telephon- manager, has been seriously sick with the flu since Friday. Mahogany Finish Sturdy Construction Smut Styk PNETOA CUSTOMER 9 January 30 This handsome living room suite, exactly like the picture. Here is luxury, beauty, and reliable construction combined, at an unusual price. The suite is covered with a beautiful woodrose Jacquard velour, with colorful tapestry reverse cushions; A PARTIAL LIST] OF BARGAINS $85 it-niece walnut bedroom sell $135 3-plece walnut bedroom $140 davenport and chair | $185.00 davenport and chair Slightly used velour davcnp and chair _$170 8-picce dining suite < ^— $192.00 radio $37.50 Coxwell chair $20.00 pull-up chair * - ' ' • Some of the Store Wide Reductions this Sale Offers You! GBINNELL WASHING MACHINE . $3.95 I — j $3. $69*50 ^* Walnut finish 4.6 or S.S size. Regular price, $5.50 Genuine walnut .veneer. Unusual Value! MORE BARGAINS FOR YOU $30 desk and bench to match $19.50 $13.50 floor lamp $6.75 $20.00 baby carriage $15.00 $25 cbest of drawers $18.50 $42.50 sewing machine $32.00 $6.75 smoking cabinet $4.25 $4.50 fernery, tan or green $3.25 We illustrate a few of these bargains and list others but you may be sure you will find many others here. ALL THREE PIECES Exactly M shown OR SOLD SEPARATELY AN EXTRAORDINARY 01 $ 49§5 Here's a Chance to Make a Real Saving! This is a remarkable price for such a beautifully designed suite. The pieces are commodious, the construction excellent, and the genuine lacquer finish is remarkably smooth. Covered with Mull! -Colored Jacquard Velour Other Lakota. The E. K. Worleys entertained the following quests at dinner Sunday: Mrs. N. E. Noble, the Gus To- rines, the J. H. Warburtons, and the Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson. The Oran O'Keefes drove to Winnebago and Blue Earth Sunday, and called on Tom O'Keefe, who lives near Blue Kurth. Tom is a son of the Alfred O'Keefes. airs. Beitus Jensen, in the west part of town, has been seriously sick two weeks. A Mrs. Wentz, nurse from Titonka, is caring for her. Little Sidney Keinitz has been sick with what seemed inflammatory rheumatism. He is better at this writing. Mrs. Ward Dawson, Excelsior, Minn., and her children have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs C. R. Smith. The first division of the Methodist Aid will serve supper in the church basement this week Wednesday night. The Rev. and Mrs. P. O Johnson •went to Kanawha Monday to spenc the day with the pastor's folks. Sylvia Koppen was leader at the Epworth League meeting Sunday night. A short play was given.* Mesdames Ley, Turley, and Krai attended a movie matinee at AJ gona Saturday afternoon. Roland Smith and Walter Hani were Algona Callers one day las week. The w. E. Gutknechts visited at Roland Smith's Sunday. The I. E. \VoFtmans were Algona Visitors Friday. Mrs. P. G. Torino was sick last week. Still More Drastic Reductions that Mean Great Saving for You! S5«^IS3«TOiEI»«!KsiliiE}TiMMii^^ . •** ' *** m **»•• ALL COTTON MATTRESS $5-95 Good grade art tick. FELT BASE BUGS, 9x12 FLOOB MOP AND POLISH BEDBOOM SUITE $6.95 Gold Seal, Armstrong, or Sandura Bed, dressing table, and chiffonier Begular $1,00 value, ONE TO A CUSTOMER wM» IF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY THIS IS YOUR CHANCE Those who look for sterling quality and who value real, genuine savings in price are goinj* to be mighty well satisfied with the furniture they secure at this sale at these fiig reductions from its real worth. Foster's Furniture Store We Deliver by Truck - . „ . -•' A .mall payment will hold good, for a

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