Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 12, 1931 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 12, 1931
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! am prepared^ give you I service [or «c Shoeing * wofk ' rl gh d t. t>rices * re Gco. Hansen , Old Reliable Blacksmith 'West of Courthouse t»k»: What Is ACNE? PIMPLES simple answer, than just a big Ite nnte Bkln disease with some fc X powerful enough to kill It and fflftly get the unsightly thing off , u ,,e advise all who are so un- ,rtunate as to have Acne to get i ot it at once and for all by using good* Oil, a powerful,, healing mtlseptlc oil that no case of Acne, pimples or Eczema can withstand. And those Itchy toes that get raw Lnd sore-the germs that cause • it U killed by Emerald Oil. Don't Lie time with weak washes—Emmid Oil Is guaranteed by druggists .everywhere to rid you of stubborn Lsightly skin troubles or money >ack--an 85 cent bottle' lasts keeks. ".':•'.'••• BAKING POWDER I II i—^•iM LU VERNE GLOB 10LDS EARLY SPR|NG PARTY Twelve members of the Progres- slve club were guests Friday of Mrs. Aaron Steussy at her home in Sher- man'township at an early spring party. Thi lesson on Interior dec- ofatlons, which was postponed on January 23, was given in conjunction with Friday, program, which was .on' art. ,,Mrs. Burdette Agard president, talked on how to Judge food pictures, and exhibited a .number of miniature pictures of famous paintings. Mrs. E. C. Wolto rend a mper, "Art In Every Day Life." Laura Engle read a paper on, "Color Lessons," and Mrs. Hay Stone gave a talk on Oriental and .American rugs. The talks were Interesting and practical. Mrs.Harold Philllpo played a piano solo. The hostess, assisted by Mrs. Hoy Wadlelgh, served a dainty tray lunch. The favors were.'oranges and a spray of orange blossoms which Mr. and Mrs. Steussy brought from their recent trip to Florida." The next meeting of the club will be February 20 at the Dr. A. L. Spooner home, with a patriotic program. KOSStiTM COUNTY ADVANCES, ALQONA. IOWA i fqf a visit at the home, and Mrs. came, with them. Hugh Colwell, auctioneer, is a busy man, for he and his brother, of Llvermore, have a sale booked for every day this week and several next week., Some of the sales are near their old home at Ayrshire. The Methodist W. H. M. S. enjoyed an Interesting meeting at the "("•sonage last Monday. There were assisted served IB present. Mrs. Ueyman, by Mrs. nalph Davidson, lunch. The Kev. L. O. Dodge district Bergeman, Port superintendent, Mrs. Leo Chapman Itroiulcasts— Friends of Mrs. Leo Chapman, Omaha, heard her play, the "Hungarian", and "March of the Dwarfs", over WOW last Friday afternoon. The college club, of Omaha, of which the Chapmans are members, broadcast a program of music and drama Friday afternoon between 1 and 2 o'clock. The music of the club's theme song was written by Mrs. Chapman, and her mother, Mrs. O. A. Bosserman, wrote the words. preached In the Evangelical church Sunday and assisted with the communion service Sunday evening. The nalph Davidsons had as their dinner guests Sunday the Otto Westllnge and the Fred Plumbs, who are soon leaving for their new homes near Plum Creek.' The Hugh Colwells were Fort Dodge visitors Saturday. Mrs. Colwell's sister, Mrs. Robert Woods, returned with them for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorenson attended a state convention of the Independent Oil Co at Des Moinee last week. One of the features wna a banquet at Hotel Fort Des Molnes. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Levier, Council Bluffs, visited their daughter, Mrs. Harold Rood, and were also quests at the Lcvler and O'Connor homes Inst week. Mrs. Will Thompson learned last week that her mother, Mrs. W. C. Blanchan, Britt, was 111. The Blan- B. B. Teams Win Double-Header— Lu Verne's boys and girls won a double-header here Friday night, when the Clarion boys and Ledyard girls' basketball teams played on the local floor. The result was: Lu Verne 24, Clarion IS; Lu Verne 31, Ledyard 14. Carl Lang was unable to play because of an injured knee. This was the last home game of the season. Tuesday of this week both teams go to Whlttemore to play the high school teams there. Farewell for Mrs. o. T. Gnrnunt— The Royal Neighbors lodge gave a''farewell party honoring Mrs. O; T. Garnant at her home Friday afternoon . Mrs. Garnant has been oracle of the local lodge the past two years and will be missed In the lodge work. ;' The afternoon was spent in visiting, and a lunch, brought by the self-invited guests, was served. The honor guest was presented with a gift of table silver. Chans formerly lived at Lu Verne. Mr. and -jMrs. Edwin Marty and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly and . . Anderson attended a short course at Goldfleld Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Marie Brummond, who has been with her son at Kanawha six months, Is now visiting at the F. A. Nlver home." Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Pettzke were visitors at the George Dltzel home at Spencer last week Wednesday. Mrs. Cecil Huff and Laura Engle entortajned the Bntre Nous bridge club at the Huff home Monday. Bert Oran.t, daughter Ann and son Frank, Emmetsburg, were guests of the George Hendersons Monday. The Rev. L. Wittenberg family, of Mallard, were guests at the Lutheran parsonage last Thursday. Geraldlne Boman went to Forest City for a short visit last Friday afternoon, returning Saturday. Mrs. Geneva Nelson was an over- Sunday guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wanner. The Carl Swanson family and .Tullus Stripling were at Fort Dodge on business Monday. Master Gerald Wilson, Britt, spent last week at the home of his aunt, Mi-s. Aaron Steussy. Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Barton, St. Paul, are guests of his mother, Mrs. Leander 'Barton. The cemetery association meets this Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Fred Wolf. Mrs. Ernest Olson became a patient at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Saturday. PAGE SAME PRICE double _ orwtr I years OUNCES FOR Loses to L.H Verne— In a basketball game last week Tuesday evening Algona lost 18-17 to Lu Verne. At the end of the first I haff the score was 14-7 in Lu Verne's favor. The boys have won nine games this season. Oo the same evening the Lu Verne girls went to Wesley and won, 48 to 14. Stoddard and Godfrey made 24 points each. ST, BENEDICT 8TH GRADERS WRITE TESTS St. Benedict, Feb. ,10 — The eighth graders here took final examinations Friday at Algona. There were eight pupils, four boys and four girls: Dan and Frances Froehllch, Charles Stufflick, Clare Rahm, Lucile Elsen- barth, Rosalia Rahm, Arna WItte, and Lillian Fehr. Their teacher, Sister M. Marcellina, has been teaching the Gth, 7th, and 8th grades during the last three years. There is no high school here, but many of the graduates enter high school elsewhere, principally ut Algona. Friends Surprise August Harig— A good-sized number of friends and relatives surprised August Harig last week Tuesday evening nr.d helped him celebrate a birthday anniversary. The evening was s.-jent at cards, and lunch was served. Attending- from out of town \vero Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Kohlhaas, M'r. and Mrs. Jos. Harig, Di\ and Mrs. Scanlnn, Dr. and Mrs. p. V. Janse, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eischeid, all of Algona, and Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman, o£ Bancroft MILLIONS OF POUNDS USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT. V Closing-Out Public Sale ^Having quit farming and 'taken a "'With the Portable MJiline Co., fill sell at public auction, without *rve, a ii O f my pe rsona | property ""' two miles west of Tltonka, o begin at 12;30 p. m. sharp. "(muckers' Lunc h Wagon will be on the grounds. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16 HUD OF LIVESTOCK 38 HEAD OF HORSES 6 . 8 years , >«:- 1 bay mare, 8 years old, MOO lbs. ; i Gray Horse, 8 ow, W eight 1450 IDS.; 1 Black oldl weight 1300 Ibs.; Alii WH1 Serve Sale Lunches— The Methodist Aid will not meet -next.week Wednesday afternoon because -the .organization Is serving unch at the Otto Wllley farm sale on that date, and also the Elwood French .sale-- on the following day. They will also serve lunch at the <3. and Ed Allen farm sale. A birthday party sometime in March is planned. Kollman Called to Mallard— The Rev. Victor Kollman, Royal, has received a call from the Lu- :heran church at Mallard to take the place of the Rev. Wittenberg, who is coming to Lu Verne; Mrs. Kollman is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schneider, and if he accepts the call, they will be 40 miles nearer home. Attend I. O. O. F. Booster Meeting- Mr, and Mrs. B. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Chapman attended an O. O. F. booster meeting at Ti- tb'nka lout week Tuesday evenin There were more than 200 in attendance and after the business meeting a program was given. The next meeting will be March 3 at Burt. Lutheran Teacher Is Installed— Mr..and Mrs.. Fred Zeitz, . Fairmont, were here last Thursday for a short visit with their son Ernest Zeitz, teacher of the Lutheran parochial school. The installation of Mr, Zeitz as permanent teacher of Mare, coming 4 years old, 1250 Ibs.; i Spotted Horse, ' old, weight 1200 Ibs. fl HEAD OF CATTLE 19 ! of theee by day of sale or purbred China or pounds. *fACHINEBY, ETC, " Hoist and wire; I w,th island Mcc °nmck.peer!ngr 2 ' unlt Wlth 10l > Drag. Small ' Wagon and Mower; * Hay 4-sec- •S.'SrSSftSJ " the school took place after morning service last Sunday. the Wins at Aines Corn Show^A. L, Look -attended the state corn Show last week Tuesday and Wednesday at Ames and was fortunate in winning first on single ear, and fourth on a 10-ear entry. Fred Behnkendorf won third on single ear. and'Second on ten ears. SurnrlM for Ralph Davidson- Ralph Davidson, / east of town farmer, was happily surprised lasl week Tuesday evening when 20 members of the Philathea Sunday school Class, of which he and Mrs Davidson are members, drove to their home for a party. Cream Station Is Closed— The Fort Dodge creamery pany ha* closed its milk station in the old Brink store building on the east side of main street. The manager, O. T. Garnant, will still be employed by tlie company, probably in Fort Dodge. Two ledfef Install Officers— The Rebekah and I. O. O. * lodges Installed officers Monday and Tuesday evenings. The hall Is newly decorated, and next week Monday has been eet for a party to which «M members are invited. Mr«. Pergande to Hospital— Mrs. Ed Pergande was taken m ai ambulance to Mercy hospital, Fort Codge, last week Tuesday * or treat> went. Her condition remains unchanged. Tomorrow NlgM*— The home declamatory contesi will be heW this week Friday even- toy, with 15 contestants taking part PHertrVOTneKewi tosary Society Gives Party— The Rosary society gave a card party last week Wednesday evening, ind it was well attended. The woman's high score was won by Mrs. August Harig; the men's high scord Julius Studer. Refreshments were served. Next Monday there will be another party, and this will )e the last one before Lent. week Tuesday evening from Minnesota, where he had been called to see his mother, who was seriously sick. She is now improving. Mrs. Ben Capesius and her daughter Shirley Mae spent last Thursday and Friday with the former's mother, Mrs. William Arndorfer. The women sewed quilts. Mr. and Mrs. Emll F. Arndorfer, with Christine Bisenbarth, who Is employed at Algona, were Sunday visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Elsenbarth's. Mr. ana Mrs. Emil F. Arndorfer entertained their club last week Tuesday evening. There were two tab'.es of "SOO", and refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. John N. Ludwig entertained their c'ub at cards Sunday vening. Five tables of "580" were layed, after which luncheon was erved. Mrs. Leo Studnr, her mother. Mrs. harles Stufflick, and Mr. and Mrs, August Harig were Sunday, after- oon visitors at Ambrose Licktelg's. The Ed Arndorfers, of Algona, at- ehded church here Sunday, and .•ere dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Capesius, of Irvington. D?ane Arndorfer, who has spent , vacation here since Christmas, •(sited over the week-end at Mr. and Trs. Emil F. Arndorfer's. Mr. and rMs. Martin Seller spent' tonday with Mrs. Boiler's parents, VIr. and Mrs. Jos. Balk, north of iexton. Mr. and Mrs. Martin B'.elch, of Tl- onka, and their daughter Mary ane spent Sunday at Henry Sell- r's. Phillip and Marie Arndorfer were Saturday afternoon shoppers at Al- Kona. HARRY WINKIE HOME; BROKEN ARM 15 RESET Irving-ton, Feb. JO — Harry Winkle, Algona, who recently underwent an operation on an arm at Iowa City, returned home late last week. Mr. winkle's arm was broken In an auto accident late last October. It was set and put In a cast Immed- laely but the arm did not mend correctly, and several weeks ago a trip to Iowa City was advised. All the bones i n his forearm were re- broken, set, and the arm was put Into (the-cast again. 6n the return trip 'Mr'j Winkle stopped at Fort Dodge to visit his daughter Zelba, who Is just recovering from an attack of the flu. Zelba was operated on several weeks ago for appendicitis and after convelescing at her home In Algona, returned,to her work In Fort Dodge,-only to be almost Immediately taken 111 again. Eelba Is employed In a doctor's office. Times Hard In Minnesota— George Johnson and George Miller, Algona,'recently returned from Lake Park, Minn., where they had been visiting 1 relatives. They report Mrs. Cornelius Larson and Mrs. Edward Larson, sisters of George Johnson, and William, a brother, are all well. All these are well known by many In this vicinity, Edna, small daughter of Mrs. C, Larson, formerly Grace Johnson, is recovering from the whooping r-ougih. Everyone complains of hart times. he Alvln Weber farm last Thursday night and charlvarled the Webers, who,,recently returned from a honey, moon Ut lllfiffo'lf!. Mr. Weber .presented the crowd, with $18 to .buy reals. Mr', 'and Mrs. Weber gave a dance while they were In Illinois. Friends and relatives presented the couple with a set of silver teaspoons ind tablespoons. Quilting Party is Given- Mrs. William Arndorfer had a ciullting party last week Tuesday af :ernqon, and In attendance were Mesdames William Elch, Anna Huschka, John Raskopf, Mary SI mons, Victoria Arndorfer, and Jul ian Arndorfer. Refreshments were served. Leander Studer Birthday Observed— Relatives and friends surprised Leander Studer last Thursday evening In 'honor of his birthday anniversary. There was also a surprise party In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stahl Saturday evening. After cards and dancing, lunch was served. Group Attends Corwith Party— . A number from- here attended a Legion party at Corwith last week Tuesday evening, among them being Mr. and Mrs, H. J. Arndorfer, Mr and Mrs. John N. Ludwlg, Mr. anc Mrs. William Elch, and Mr. and Mrs E. F. Rahm. Eich Birthday is Observed— A number of friends of William Elch pleasantly surprised him by dropping In at his home Saturday evening, the occasion being his birthday anniversary, was spent ^.t cards, lunch was served, The evening after, which - • " • • .••- • f Committee Inspects Feed Grinder- Messrs. Ben Recker, Henry Seller John Arend, and Ai Rosenmeyer were at Esthervllle'last we<jk Tues day, Inspecting a type of feed grind ing equipment which they are con slderlng purchasing for the loca' elevator company. • Wesley Creamery Is Hopt— A good many St. Benedict people attended a banquet given by the creamery at Wesley Saturday. There was an attendance of some 450 peo pie. The dinner was served at noon following a business meeting. Fourth Wedding Day Celebrated- Mr, and .Mrs. Mike Arndorfer en tertained a number of friends'Sun day evening in honor of their fourth wedding anniversary. The evening was spent at cards and refreshments were served. Kraft gale Is Success— The Henry Kraft farm sale last week Wednesday between St. Bene diet and Lu Verne was well attend ed and every thing sold at a good price, This sale was advertised in the Advance. Flu Afflicts the The Frank Eisenbarths are hav ing a bad siege of the flu. Almost the whole family has had it. .The baby had the worst case, but the little one is better now. Feast ol 8*. Blase Observed-, The feast of St. Blase was oh served at the Catholic church Tues day morning, and the services were well attended. Pool Hall Has N«w B»dlo-T Frank Grandgenett, manager o the local popf hajl, has purchase^ R. C. A. radio from PhUlip dorfer. • Otber St. Benedict. Julian Arndorfer and r Helen left Sunday v . ,.,„.. v& l?ws tor Wanly to tbe'7onaer l « parents, Mr. and, Cobeen, with who#j. wey * ~ • 's week. fP* Mary Smith Is Heard From— Bessie Rist, Algona, recently re ceived a letter from Mary Smith who at the time of the writing was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones Union Grove, Wis. Mrs. Smith hac been visiting her son Earl Humlong Chicago and planned to return there for a time after concluding -her visi at Union Grove. Mrs. Smith says her sister, Nellie Baker, of Tacoma Washington, Is urging her to come there and it Is possible she will make the trip later. Pair of Nowlywcds Clmrlrnrled— Neighbors and friends went t Mrs. Ida Rlley Here Again— Mrs. Ida Rlley, who spent the win- er, with a sister In Geneseo, 111., and with relatives In Waterloo re- jently visited relatives at .Llvermore. Saturday night she arrived here and vlll probably spend the summer In this vicinity. She will be employed at the Edward Mawdsley home. For several years Mrs. Rlley was employed at Frank Weber's. Embroidery Club Has Quilting— The Embroidery club met last voek Wednesday with Mrs. Cllve Stewart. A one o'clock luncheon was served and the afternoon was spent In quilting, No program was given. Twenty-two attended, and visitors -were Mrs. M. E. Worster, Mrs. Charles Wlnandy, and Mrs. lohn Sirnon. Missionary Society to Elect— The Missionary society meets next week Friday afternoon at the church. The national topic will be Indiana, and the foreign, Chosen. Supper will be served at 5 o'clock, and 2-5 cents will be charged. Mesdames Cox and Miller will be hostesses. There will also be election of officers. ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Rutledge, to Algona Saturday from whence they took the bus to Mason City, •. where. Mrs.„ Rosa Spurgeon •was to meet'them and take them to her home near Osage, where they are to visit several days. Mrs. Charles Wlnandy and small son came last week Wednesday morning to visit with Mrs. Winandy's parents, Mr, and Mrs. John Simon. She returned to her home lost week Friday. Mr. and Mrs. August Roblson are spending a few days at the Tony Lohse home near Burt. Loralne Lohse, sister of Mrs. Roblson, has been 111 and Mrs. Roblson is helping care for her. Thirty-five attended Aid last week Thursday evening. The evening was spent socially with a half hour of congregational singing. Supper was served at 9 o'clock, and $4.55 was :aken In. Mr. and Mrs. William Curtis, Sioux Falls, S. D., came Sunday to visit Mrs. Curtis' sister. Mru. Chas. Aid to Serve Sale Lunch— The Aid wil serve lunch at the public sale to be given at the Wm, Metzen farm next week Thursday. Sandwiches, pie, cookies, and coffee will be served. Pnstor Drives New Car— The Rev. Mr. English is driving a new Pontlac coupe recently purchased In Algona. Other Irvington News. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday O n, "The Labors of Love.' He used as his text the 3rd verse of first Thessalonians, "Remember Ing without ceasing your work of faith and labor of love and patience of Hope in our Lord Jesus Christ in the sight of Goc! and our Father. Sixty-five attended Sunday schoo with a collection of $3.50. Bob Spurgeon took his grandpar Sankey. They returned to " Blotit' Falls Monday. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Percy Phllp, wfed spent several'days with the Harold Currans- Mar 1>U, .Verne, have returned to feohie'iloWson's. Rome Roblson and son Vernon at«tended the corn show held at Lu Verne one day last week, FOR SALE — A FEW SECONO- hand washing machines, mostly power for engines, some electric and hand; cheap.—-A K. Cliff (old Mod-: ern Dry Cleaners Bldg.) 24U22 Wanted: Ton to try Richard's Rheumatic Remedy. Reaches every bone, muscle, tisane and Joint. Removes the cause. Stops the pain. Money back If It falls. ff.tlOs 91X—W.84. At and all drn'frglsts. Where your cleaning dollar does its duty— Why not have your cleaning done at the Elk. It costs no more. You avail yourself here of a service that for 22 years has been favored by the best dressed people in Northwest Iowa. • i Our employes are highly experienced. There isn't a f finer, better equipped, dry cleaning plant in Northwest Iowa. . One Day Service Prompt Delivery. ELK CLEANERS Phone v 330. Cresco Mrs. Fred Parks and Mrs. Fred 3elgel were hostesses at the Parks lome at a miscellaneous shower Saturday afternoon in honor of Helen, laughter-of the Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Coleman, Algona. 'Thirty-five guesta vere in attendance, Including the prospective bridegroom and his mother from Owatonna, Minn. The decorations were in pink and white, lames and a guessing contest furnished amusement, and favorite rec- pes were written in a book for the bride-to-be. Gifts for the honoree were brought in on an express wagon and trailer decorated for the occasion, and the gifts were unwrap- ied by Miss Coleman, after which.a Avo-course luncheon was served. B. F. Sparks Is reported recover- ng from his recent opera.tlon,.at the Adventist sanitarium at Neva'da. He Is expected home late next week. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bakken were at Bode last week Wednesday to at:en the funeral of Andrew Klnseth, 65, who succombed to a-stroke. Carroll Potter has rented the Warner farm, recently vacated by the J. C. Hogans, and Ira Dutton lias rented the Harrington eighty, tetter known as the Cook-farm, now occupied by a Mr. Hjellmer. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Dutton, Algona, will return to their (arm, occupied at present by their son Ira. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Strayer, of Burt, are new assistants at the county farm. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Htuldeman left Monday for International Falls, Minn., to upend a week with the latter's brother,' a Mr. Clark, who is in the government Border patrol service. Rachel Clayton, Algona, Viola Dornbier, Wesley, Clarence Gardner, and Robert Stiles were guests Sunday of Sadie and Carroll Potter. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Applegate, o'f Corwith, .were guests Saturday of the latter's parents, Mr..and Mrs. E. C. Potter. Mr. and ' Mrs. Willard Gregaon were 6:30 dinner guests of the Applegates last week Wednes- 4ay, and the four were guests the same evening- ot the B. F. Hartzelis at a, dance at Britt, Messrs, and Mesdames F. L, Miller and A, E. Clayton and latter's daughter 'Jeanne were guests Sunday at W. L. Martin's, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. William Runchey and William's mother, Mrs. Mary Runchey, Algona, left Sunday afternoon for Rochester, where the elder Mrs. Runchey is going through the clinic and is also having her eyes looked after. Mary Runohey, attending school at Algona, is at the home of }ier uncle, Ellis Runojiey. Annual February Sale and Selling of • • >, ' • ' . Housewares Thursday February 12 SPECIAL THURSDAY Double Coated Ivory Enamelware 47c 14 qt. dish pans Water pails 6-qt. Convex kettles 10-qt. Combinets Deep.sauce pans . Everyone a big value. ' Articles that you need daily will be featured in this special event, Buy Now! Big Values New Low Prices White Porcelain Dinnerware Table Oilcloth Sandard qualiiies. New patterns, 48 in. wide—— Replenish your home with new gay oilcloth patterns. You'll find no sub-standards or seconds in these new patterns New Oilcloth Table Covers 59c -54x54 in., durable, water-proof i Gay colors in table covers are in-demand-vnow! Graham's covers are of superior construction and up-to-date designs. Thirty-Two Piece Dinner Sets They are Homer Laughlin dinnerware, in two striking patterns at a remarkably low price; Gups and saucers Two size plates Large size bowls Your choice, each White Fruit Dishes, each _5c lOc SPECIAL ;;r; THURSDAY < Aluminumware Five big Values 47c 2-qt. percolators 3-qt. sauce pans 3 qt. Convex sauce pans 10-qt. oval dish pans, French frying pans O'Cedar Polish The safest and best polish..... 12 ounce bottle 60c Clamp Seal and Utility . Cookers $1.00 Clear-Drip Aluminum Coffee Maker O'Cedar Mops Padded metal heads, triangle shape. Complete with handle. _ Felt Base Mats They're practical and artistic— 18x36-in. _19o 24x54-in. _49c Tea Kettle* are lower priced, 5-qt size are now Wm. A. Rogers Solid Mt-kel Silver. • j. Tea spoons —______10e' Table spoons ISe; 6 knives, 6 spoons - $1.09 Smart patterns and styles that are low price, which means a saving to you! m 89c This new coffee maker has better features to make coffee more delicious and easier than the old-fashioned way :*. 89c Graham's for Locktite with base—_ cake covers, Alum, ring mold sets for attractive dishes—— Weakness frequent day e&f, Leg — Here you'll achieve savings Gray >Enamelware 14'qt. dish pans 1 4 (^/Convex .kettles Coffee pots Wash basins 14 qt. Cream Pails 49c $1.00 The Best Cooks Use Aluminum items 25c 39c The following featured on tables for Alum, pudding pans, bread pans, biscuit pans, Convex sauce pans, cake pans, gem pans, Quality New items in aluminum featured on tables- Coffee maker, heavy tea kettles, heavy percolators, round 'ro'asterfe, t dairy pails, cake cover and tray, oval roasters. SPECIAL THIS WEEK Galvanized Water PaiU 17c A big 12-ijt size at a 4pW', price. They're dipped \n spelter, making them leak- Gla.i Tumblers Assorted shapes are here, 3 for 10c Wa.h Boiler. Brass King Wftth Board* llxlO-in. rubbing surface. Special crimp 39c 49c Window Shade. colors, Wa.te Baskets New decorations, assorted designs SPECIAL . THUBSDAY' Galvanized Tubs' 57c The low prce and' standard size galvanized tubs demonstrates Graham's lower prices. ^F Color in the Kitchen Egg whip, cake turner, paring knife, can openers, spatulas, perforated, slotted, and basting spoons, strainers, plate scrapers, cake * f| A , turners, etc. „_* I(JG, Aluminum French with new basket •iff ll ~~ •* * ~ f i f. $1.00 m Heavy tin with copper pj bottom, large stationary, tan and green ; hanaies, .seamless cover """* 6 * eu ~ Six foot best quality, ^^" ^w ^F v^ ^MHW THUBSDAY , Do«ble Coated Irorjr. Enaraelware $2,49 18c complete witft pan, wash

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