Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 19, 1931 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 19, 1931
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AWAMCnD. At-flflttL tOWA PAGE FOUR LU VERNE BOYS WIN 6, B, TILT AT WHITTEMORE ' ,nter,sun s „„,. hour of sacred mus-jMr. ZelU was able to teach ic *ung bv the brother of the Kev. j Monday. Ed Kuns. D- Lnns- ! ber here his w] fe. and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Itohmer Critically SicU— i ^^ViendThere Sunday. The XI?Mr« Christina Bohmer, who lives, gpn<5 wer(? pu^ts n t Ed Allen's, at William Yaudfs. west of town, f Mrs. Ernes', Ols*n^ wh^had be*n is low, and no hope Js held for valentine luncheon was served. Attend Shipper A**'o 3««*lln(t— Georsre Goetsch, shipping assocla Uon manager at Fenton. and J. E Harner. Swea City, attended a ship meeting at Masoii was with More to Sonth Dakota- Hoy Chrlstenson and her Whittemore last week Tuesday; evening, and the local boys won, 34- j 16, but the girls lost, 21-15. A tall, forward on the Whittemore girls i team, scored IS points. The hoys ; I Bode. Monday. She was J Henderson. i Florence W,:, Thompson has been 111 for a ; the j'^f ^f^. ^mVr-1 ~* n V ^"gone' to the new home weak with rheumat.sm. and Mrs. ; sens. AUj<^- "^^ ^ a< home , n Sputh Dakota, where Roy works Thompson has been i'i with the ""- . , . n~n nm-^au m^otine wnicn , .o 'i™e b^ h«M last Friday ] h' has tarn postponed till March] of a ,ni^. ««v v *-•• - L, ys ..ho had been viing here,. in a hatchery. play at a Little Nine tournament thia week Friday and Saturday at Goldfiekl, and the girl's team will play Lone Rock tomorrow at a county girls' tournament. progressive Club Mtfts Friday— The J. J. club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. Dick Wermersen, 13 members attending. Roll call was answered with favorite pictures, descriptions, and names o£ painters. A feature of the afternoon was an exchange of valentines. Progressive rook wai; played and lunch was served at the tables, the hostess being assisted in serving by her daughter Florence and Leona 1-lam- us. The high score was won by Mrs. Charles Wolf; consolation by Mrs. Arthur Hoi. Mrs. WlhelmJna Cady Buried— Funeral services for Mis. Wilhel- inina. Cady, who died Saturday evening at a hospital in Minneapu.;?. •were held Tuesday afternoon at i..~ Lutheran church. Her pastor, t.ie Kev. P. Braner. officiated, and burial was made in the Lu Verne cemetery. Mrs. Cady 'iv;Ls born in Germany in August 1SJ7 ana was married at Cambridge. 111., June J, 1SS1. She leaves one son, Roy, who lives in Minneapolis. She was 74 years old and her death was caused by cancer. Farewell for \Vendt Family- Mr, and Mrs. Albert Wendt were happily surprised last Friday evening whe n SO went to their home with I'iUea baskets for a farewell party. The evening was spent at cards and dancing and lunch wus IV. B. Mason. Lottie.»and Jennie ?re' nt Corwith Sunday to see - — • Man H» Pnenm onto- Inez Anderson, trained ValdieU ho^ near caring i«« ••« . „ .__ been sick with pneumonia following -:nes Zweifel. who is laid up with rheumatism I Other Lu Verne »vrs 1 The cemetery association met Iwith Mrs. Fred Wolf last Thursday ,,., I afternoon with a "cood attendance.'dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. l-rea I After the business meeting, the wo: men visited and a covered dish lunch ' was served. The next meeting wi'.l be the second Thursday in March with Mr.=. Charles Wolf. Fern Allen, attending school at Iowa Fails, came home last week to 1 =ee her father. Ed Allen, before he der Mond.v -venin? and was left for Colorado Sprincs. She has • iudere at a co-Hmatory contest. I since been sick with the flu. but is j Mrs. Henry V;n rwaska visited now recovering. - her daughter. ? E. Zeitz. teacher of the local Lu- ; a « Fort : theran parochial school, was sick The Rev. and Mrs. Braner were and were supper guests at Louis Ofeon's. Mr? George Henderson, who has . be'^n i« wit'n diabetes, is gaining. Miss ArnJorftr. R- X-. Wesley, is : in chartr". ; Sum K"> r - Skinner drove to Cylin- • a a stroke. Senior* H.-TP Clitifon Piny— The seniors have chosen their iiie .?cni"i-^ ...-.* class play and have received the books. The play is "Welcome Home Jimmie.' H will be given in April. Other Seneca Pauline Osborn. doing I. S. T. C. practice teaching at Mason City, came home last week Tuesday to attend the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Martin Thompson. Another niece, ura ,Ka v«..™ Mrs. John Andreason, Barronette. Char'es Boyle, Wis., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Hans Wilberg Sr.. was also here, lyde Cooper has rented the John LSI week. other contestants In this division were unable 'to speak, due to Illness. Mrs. Donald Welf, Burl, was critic judge. The pupils who won first will represent our school at THon- ka In a sub-district contest. Othei schoo'-s competing will be Lakota, Grant, and THonka. Girls IJOSP, Kut Boys Win- Friday night the Ledyard bOya and girls played basketball at Bancroft, and the gir'.s lost, 42--18. Alice Moulton made seven field goaJs; Amelia Berhow. two. Godfredson, Bancroft's star forward, made lo field goals and two free throws; Lichter and Peterson each had two field goa's. The Ledyard boys played a fast game and won. 35-10. Dakota E. I* Gives Party— The Epworth League at Lakota had a valentine party Saturday night and entertained the Ledyard League. Attending from here were James Logan. Tilmer Halvorson, Lydia Mansmith, Betty and Marjorie" Matzener, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Halvorson, Alvira Marvel, and Alice Junkermeir. Sunsliine Clnb Gives Carnival— The Sunshine club held a carnival at the SI. W. A. hall last Thursday evening. Progressive 500 was played. Harold Granner won first, J. T Heany the booby prize. The money obtained is to be used for th* f!0 tall *<*" are supper Friday night, February 27. ae a dali ghter, born The menu will be meat loaf, escal- Thut . 9da y. 'xsvxsxrsi. =,S: B ^^™ »,, yssi u^=. -..* «-- by , . and the Rev. P. Braner substituted, i Saturday the latter's eldest son rf^v. The j MRS, THOMPSON, SENEGA WOMAN, DIES FEB. 9TH till; I** vv^i *> *~ • «•*---•, coopers have been living on the : bv Lu Verne; in 1929 by Swea City; ; Weisbrod place, two miles west and again in 1930 by Swea City. The lo- j ^^^^J^" rs. Charles Osborn, spent books for the high school library. Mrs. Barretts Parents Celebrate— \ V. A. Barretts drove to Liver- butter, coffee, jello and cake Stops Mot Lunches- Hot lunches" at the schoolhouse have been discontinued. Due to the mi'.d weather, not enough PUP =» bought lunches to pay to continue j to serve them. Girls to Play Lone Rock- This week Friday* the Ledyard basketball girts go to Lone RocK to play in a. county tournament. Our plrls «/ll play Seneca at 2:30 Inday afternoon. Fresliman Sick With Pneumonia- Frieda Schadendorf, freshman in high school, is critically 1" with pneumonia. She is under the care] of Doctor Devine. Catholics Have Card partr— The Catholics held a benefit card party in th<e church basement last week Wednesday night. 'Mrs. Fox won first prize- Here's a Real Valentine!— The Cliftons received an excellent valentine Saturday—an S-lb. boy, the first child. Other Leflyard. Birbara Wy'am drove to her home at Havkeye Friday evening. Floy fley 'ilttne* intertalncd the i C'Irete t«*t wefelt Wednesday Mrs. Robert Curtis has b»», x wUh the flu, ' WHY TI BEND' YOUR ORDERS" printing out ot town? If a. iona. print shops got all the bJ which originates In Algon a •otild hire ,threc or four more < tics to earn and spend thcl r her* Buy Brown's Better Chicks Profits depend upon a good healthy flock properly hatched. Wyandottes and Orpingtons -—-—---$18 per l«j i cal srirls have lost only one game j this season. Seneci Feb. 17 — Funeral ser- j w on the county championship from vices for Mrs. C. M. Thompson, i Emmetsburg in a wild game which who died a week ago Monday, were held and last week-end with her grandmother, .Mrs. Chris Madison, near Lone Rossman Attends B. B. Tourney— { R OC k. Supt Rossman attended a Palo The county girls' basketball tour- Jdto tourney at Emmetsburg Satur- na ment is to open at Lone Rock dav In a consolation game West this W eek Friday afternoon Seneca Bend defeated Cylinder: Mallard j p i ays Ledyard at 2:30 Friday. I more Saturday to visit the parental ' Charles A. Raneys. -Mrs. Barrett's parents had been married 35 years February 12. They had an anniversary dinner Sunday, and all of the family attended. last week Wednesday. Short ; jn )ast fpw secon(ls . An intern g as services were held at the home. ' es ting thing was the number of af .^ r %vhich services were conduct- : field "attempts. Mallard making only «j at the Lutheran church by the ! eight out of 6S f h «»- J 11 "*., 15111 - ,oca, pastor, the Rev. S. O. Sande. i n-e«b«rg made e.ght out of 31. a«--i=ted by the Rev. A. K. Gaard. Donble-Header Friday >"lght — of'cv.inder. The church was crowd- The Lone Rock boys and girls' ed -o -in-citv 'teams played Seneca Friday night, A quaneu;' composed of P-lP^and the visitors lost both games, rte Jones accompanied her as far as Osage. and her folks met her there, her home being at Chester, goal. The score was 23-22. Mrs R J. Woiriack entertained the W. P- M. S. last Thursday. A i good-sized crowd was present-. Mrs. August Peterson, Swea City, ana Mrs. Moe and Clemmons, Lakota, wem-guests. Mrs. Williams entertained the served. A purse was made up .-i q>i,n-<.-.i<r v u ,,,,—.^, ^- --among the guests and presented to Jensen an,l Forrest Christenson.. girls 31-14, the bc.>s, i lo the Wend:s as a token of the es- and J. M. Jensen and James RM- reieree was Supt. Johnson, of teem in which cnev are held. The muswn. of Rln^ied. sang "Nearer, sted. The >eneca g.rls ha^e w will mov just south of Bixle March 1. cnev are e. e m ussen. o n, , . e to their new nonie Mv God to Thee." and -There's a ; ten victories and lost onb one ^ game " have built'Family Gathering at Cooper's— vves t ! Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorenson. in i Minneapolis, spent the week-end their two =ons and five! with the latter's parents, Mr. and -rew up to thi* neighbor-j Mrs. C. C. Cooper. Sunday the oth- . The 'Thompson home has al-jer Cooper children, Mrs. Roy w 1 * vs be€r QMS of open hospitality. ; fin^. — — - Mr- Thompson was the motherland Mrs. Roy Osborn, Seneca, with of eight children, seven of whom I their families, were also at the par- Club Holds .Annual Meeting— The Tuesday club Jield its fifth annual meeting at the Community hall last week Tuesday evening with husbands and families as guests There were 65 present. Tab'.es were decorated in patriotic colors, and a twu-course dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wadleigh. Sexton, were honor guests. After -- --- the dinner was served a prog^ ^X 0 ^^" Ken^h. Adelia, of contests w , ? held and a plea, ; ^ n. ^ f ant even.ng enjoyed. , ^^-^^ died in inl - ancy . She Livewires Choose xeiv Leader— Mrs. Robert Masterson has been chosen leader of the Lu Verne town-; £hip Livewires, 4-H girls club, to' take the place of Mrs. Albeit Mer-; j-iam, «'ho has been an eificieni i leader for seven years. New officers; elected are Cora Masterson. presl- ; dent; Elsie Hunt, vice-president; Cordelia Ristau. secretary'; Bernadell Ristau, treasurer; Marvel Davidson, newspaper ~" historian. TALK ON FURS GIVEN BEFORE LEDYARD H, S, Ledyard. Feb. 17 — Week before last a Mr. Swift, of Mason City, care a fur demonstration before the fecal high school assembly. His object was educational, not commer- ; cial. For some years, he said, cer-i i tain, firms have sold cheap furs in 1 i place of what they represented. It i is desired to check this by educating people to recognize furs. Mr. Swift had a number of f° r ' ei-n fnrs and more than 30 species of North American furs. He said the three best-wearing furs ar e those al-;er cooper L-IUIUIC.I, -.1..=. ..-.• hoover otter and Alaskan :y.land Mrs. Robert Carney, of Algona. j of^ ^^^^^ehehe^per this year than during a few years pre- ental home. '' Tlie children were allowed to examine the pelts. Among the smaller children the bear skin attracted Cardinals Lose to Giant i»R«>J+l»l+,^l»l»W»J» lorua • -r onrt Special rates on more than tw. Custom Hatching We specialize in custom-hatching chicks, tur-l kevs ducks, geese. Of course you want big fluffy, Kalthy vigorous birds. That's the kind we produce, | Small and Efficient Our capacity is not so large but that we can give] each individual tray special proper personal attention as to moisture, evaporation, ami temperature fo:| different shelled eggs. Brown's Hatchery 6th Year. Same Location. Phone 321,] Old friends and new are welcome. ^ Beautiful Land." Beautiful flowers . this season. The Seneca bojs have -av e evidence of the esneem in won six games and lost seven. -ed %eo also survived by two brothers •s. Lars and Chris The Seneca boys won a basketball game from the St. John's boys at ., U1B Bancroft last week Monday, 36-35. vik- I The referee was Murphy, of Ban- M™ c"^eS«n.| croft. The Seneca girls played re., and Mrs. Hans j practice game against the Wilberg, Fenton. Mrs. Thompson . was born in Haugesund, Norway, Nov. 5, 1SSS. There she was baptised and confirmed. : 1900, She remained a.t home till ..hen she accompanied her parents to this country, coming to reporter; Eileen Neal,; Fenton _ where they lived for five : years. Then the family moved to •• Canada. There she married Mr. Vernon Four-H Girls Meot— j Thompson June 20. 1906, and they The Vernon township -i-H girls; .settled on the farm they now own held their first meeting of the year; m Seneca township, at the Vernon Consolidated school] Burial was made in the cemetery Saturday. 112.25, went to the Red Cross. Pairings for Sectional Tourney— Pairings for a girls' sectional tourney at Bancroft as given out by the Iowa High School Athletic association, follow: Armstrong vs. Ledyard; Bancroft vs. Lone Rock; Dolliver vs. Ringsted; Graettinger vs. Seneca. Valentine Luncheon is Served— The William Osborns, Mr. and . Mrs. Charles Osborn. and Mrs. J. H. at the Vernon Consolidated school; Burial was made in tne cemeiei .> ^ ^ Irg _ Charles Osborn. and Mrs. J. H. Saturday. ^Officers for this year are :; adjacent to the church in which she | Jenseni an( j the latter's son Teddy Stella Orvick, president; Wi'.ma; was So actively interested. Instead gpent 'g atur< j a y evening at Lau- Bleaaner, vice-president; Helen ! of flowers the Aid. of which she Vought. se-cretary-trea-surer; Louise was an active member, donated $5 Masterson, newspaper reporter. The to missions in her memory', girls will take up sewing this year., Pall-bearers were nephews, Geor- After the business meeting there • ge. MiUen. and Linus Jensen, Earl was a soci;tl hour, and lunch was Osborn. and Henry arid Otto Wil- served. ' ; Ixrsr. Among those who attended i he" services were the Algot Swansons, Myron Johnsons, Otto Jen' sons. Enima and Oscar Moline, Mrs. Fonr Attf-iul Hardware Convention Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lichty, I. H. Chapman, and Mrs. F. I. Chapman most attention- This bear had been killed by a man from Mason City The skin still had the head and paws. The home of these bears is on the KodiaR Islands, and they are the most ferocious bears known. H. S. Deicfain is HeM— Last week Tuesday night the local high school declamatory contest was held in the auditorium. In oratorical Kenneth Thompson won first with The Signs of Time; Mary Jane Lewis, second. What Think Ye of Christ?- Claude Reece. third, The Sacrifice That Failed. In dramatics Arlene Pringle was first with Madame X; Lydia Logemann, second. Daddy Doc; Walter Miller, third, The Man Who Came Back. In humorous James Logan was first with Hans's Visit to Xew York. Two You are Invited to the Grand Op Saturday, February 21 We invite you to come and *ee this store. IT WILL PAY YOU TO TRADE AT I attendf: Des Moinec attend Au; lunch-'r. _ Chami'-r <• V.v.'ire convention at . week. The women y mvetiniv and a by the Des Moine.s r/imerce. The con- •>-. the largest hardware eonvt.-r.txT.s ev Moir.f-.-'. soiirieil'.ing • ware ir.en refristering. Men to Serve Aid Supper— The l-'.-v. A. J. Ko.jnce. Omaha, wiH in'*-:;':;, in the Presbyterian churc-';-, next Sunday mornlns and evening. The pruyr/r meeting will be held with Mrs. Samuel Steussy this Thursday evening. The Aid meets nt the •Community hall next "Wednesday afternoon, and the women will sew. Men will serve supper. Fred McGregor. Mrs. Amy Larson, j and Mrs. Kulander, of Swea Ci£y; i the Will Browns of Armstrong; the j the E.I Ilu and Jacobsons. Cylinder:] Pauline O--born. Mason City; Minda i Wilb-rtr. Minneapolis: Mrs. John Andreas.'ii. Ilarronette. Wis., and the! held at Des ° !: <i Funne-marks, Wesley. ; r >00 hard- p. irewe u ( or | ne ,j os , Andersonfi— i Mr .and Mr*. Joseph Anderson were sin prised Sunday by 45 families of frk-nds and neighbors who; followed them home from church to j sprnd "he afternoon with the Ander-! sons before they move from the . n.-iphl".rhood. Dinner was brought: bv those present and served in oaf-; etrria style. j i r.iuevtainment was a community i i song. "What a Friend we have in! : Jesus"; Scripture reading and pray- ] '• er. Peter Thorson: reading. Ruby | ! Cher'and: duet, Mr. and Mrs. For pitted cherries, 1ft size, large can __ 79c Blueberries, M size, large can <»« Peaches, 10 size; large; can. *»c Prunes, 10 size; large, ean» • . *» c Red raspberriiass. lffl> size, large can »7c Pink salmon 1 , tan cans 1*« Matches, ffboxes-fbr : J»c Pull cream cheese, per Ib. -l»c MONARCH COFFEE Will be serrett to aH FREE all day Saturday. You are invited to coine and drink a cup of Coffee. MR. AND MRS. FARMER BRING US YOUR EGGS . You are especially invited to our store, with a welcome to make Bloom's your headquarters white «l Algona. Remember our side door entrance. Pienin of parking space at our side door so»that our customs ers may drive up to unload their eggs or load groceries. GRAPE FRUIT 47c PECK w w ™^ ^ ^" ^~ ~~ For Mifea^e Left In Ol< Tires.^ MONARCH CATSUP Large l-t}4 02. bottle. Made only from fresh ripe tomatoes and pure apices—in a class all by Itself. SPECIAL 19c a Bottle "MONARCHY-QUALITY FOODS FREE DEMONSTRATIONS Several Monarch items will be open for your taste and inspection. As you may already know MONARCH quality foods take the guess work out of buying. We are satisfied on that point, for we have had ample opportunity to investigate and to compare Monarch with other brands. It is therefore a pleasure to recommend Monarch foods to all who want the best—yet pay no more. Guaranteed FLOUR 49 Ib. bag 99c _•••••* MONARCH COFFEE 31bs. for $) If you paid a dollar, pound you couldn't better coffee. BREAKFAST COFFEE 3 IBS. FOR ? Blood Cl»t Kills Fanner— , - • ---- , A Mr. Green, a farmer about DO i rest Christenson: reading. Elizabeth, j years' of a£e, who lived west of '. Myrtle Olson: duet, Orva and Esther j town near the IK-S Moines river, | Halvorson: remarks, the Rev. S. O.{ died early Monday morning of pul- • Sande: and two songs with guitar j monary embolism "or blood clot. He 1 accompaniment, by Joseph Ander-1 hadn't been feeling wc-11 for several! son. j days, but was up and around the) J. H. Jensen made a few remarks; BARGAINS • ;•* £. SPECIALS uiij a, uui \%ti,^ uj* ii i iu iiiijiiui.1 LIH-J "• - -• "- — — — — i house and death came suddenly as'.and gave the Andersons an Aladdin, he was coming down stairs. floor lamp. The Andersons have; electricity here but will not have it | in their new home. Methodist Plan Social Night— j in tneir new nome. i Thr-re will tie a social evening for. Mr. Anderson was. also presented | the members of the Methodist j with a fountain pen by the Sunday church and congregation at the com-! school of which he had been super-1 munity hnll this Thursday evening 1 .; intendent since coming to this com- j Prayer meeting will be held first, I munity. | followed Ijv refreshments furnished j Mr. and Mrs. Anderson responded' with a few words of thanks, the I Rev. S. O. Sande gave the benedic- i lion, and the doxology was sung to by the men of the church. William Hoepner 17; Party— Last week Wednesday was Will- j c i ose tne day. lam Hoepner's -17th birthday and J " " . bis mother planned and carried outiijoys 1 Tournament Next Woek— The last miles left iu your tires are the accident miles. Yet, we'll pay you for those miles. When you stop and consider that tires, in most of the popular sizes, cost but 30c to 40c per thousand miles, it's hardly worth while taking a chance with smooth tires on icy roads — especially so WHEN WE PAY YOU FOR THE UNUSED MILES left in those old tires. It Isn't Worth the Risk Special Values a surprise party at which there guests. The evening The Kossuth boys' basketball ( tournament will be held next weekj were DO guests. Tne evening was tournament will be held next weeK spent at cards and dancing, and | Friday and Saturday at Ledyard and lunch was served. i the drawings for the preliminary Braner to Algoua Sunday— The Rev. P. Braner will preach his first sermon ^s pastor of the, Trinity Lutheran church at Algona I Sunday afternoon, March 1. His lastj sermon as pastor here will be next Sunday forenoon, and will be In Knglish. Former Pastor Visits Here— The Rev. C. Memmott, of Williams, former Presbyterian pastor here, and his wife were guests Sunday afternoon and Monday of the F. I. Chapmans, Mrs. S. Steussy, and other local friends. Ptstor Lang Brother Broadcasts— \Tbose \vho listened In at 9il5 Sun- •s are Algona vs. Lu Verne,! Friday at 1; Ledyard vs. Seneca, I Friday at 2; Bancroft vs. Swea City, Friday at 3. Friday at 4 Whittemore and Lone Rock play followed by Fenton vs. i Wesley. The winner of group 6 plays a "Bye 11 Friday at 7:30; and| the process of elimination will continue till the finals Saturday night j for the county championship. Superintendant Ladd, Pomeroy, j will referee; Mr. Carpenter, Ledyard, is scorer; and the Rev. Mr. Gladstone is timekeeper. Season tickets! are 75o for students and $1.50 for adults. Single games are 25c i 35c. . The county boys' championship wag won in 1927 hy Algona; to J928 Thousands of our customers axe taking advantage of this opportunity . They are exchangin g that unused, dangerous mileage, for the fulli deep, non-skid tread of new G & J's — Complete safety at no cost to themselves. Smooth, thin, tires arc easily punctured—subject to blowouts and exceedingly dangerous at high speeds . . Repairing, often times costs more than the tire is worth. Secure the benefit o'. Uie full, deep bend o! new G & J Stalwart*, when you need it moat, OB icy, •Upper; roadi and etreet*. The center traction of G & J't provide* quicker atarling and positive atopplns. See Your Gamble Matt Today Oiler Good Titrougb February 3SU. only to Feb. 28 only "B" Batteries ...«•• Dry Cells, 3 for.. .74* Auto Robe !.<»• Pails <«• Whisk Broom... I9« Dry Battery, 6 volt 1.4* Eleetrie Lantern M« Auto Horn t.f f Halter Bope, License Plate Bolts, 4 for ate I Kalsomine with th» purchase of two 5 Ib. | packages, per pkg.. .4** Wrench Sete, 40 pieces *.tf Libhy's red salmon, tall can 33c Blue Rose rice* 5 Ibs, —24c Raisins, 4 Ib. pkg. for ___83c Macaroni, 4 pkgs. for —21c Oatmeal, large pkg. 17c Sani-Flusn 19c Mustard, quart jar 17c Oral can sardines lOc i Golden Bantom corn, large 1 can lOc iy 2 -lb. can Crisco -»v Medium Ivory soap 8 for 21c Lavo 8 for 21c Chipso, large pkg. 19c Kirk's Hardwater cocoa 8 for 21c FREE—One pkg. Ivory snow with a purchase of one pkg. for lac. Large Oxydol 19c Rub-No-More, large pkg. I9c FREE—One pkg, medium Oxydol with 3 bars Cainde, 21c. P. & G. Soap mj« • !«:•. No Limit 10 BARS 29c Pancake flour, 4 11). 5 lh. bag flour '--* Gold Medal flour, 49 » • bag :__— *l Peanut butter, qt. jar -^ Cherry chocolates, box . „—, Jelly powder, pkg' --" O '«il Van Camp's P ork 8 " beans, 8 cans - ' Pears, large size can -~*j Pineapple, large size cc» Marshmallows, per 1». Sauer Kraut, farge size < Milk, tall cans -— 21b. Box Butter Soda Crackers 23c | Pure Fig Bars 1 '~ — >c| SUGAR Pure Cane 10LBS 59c BIG COOKIE ASD CBACKEB DEMONSTRATION BY THE STANDARD BISCUIT CO. You are invited to come in and sample this famous line of crackers and cookies. jMHMPV^^^l MONARCH] COCOA BKEAD—16-oz. loaf, Purity Bread — 5c HELIO WOBJ4) CO r l?EE, dog good GAMBLE STORES 103 W«st State Street, Stor* ALGONA, IOWA f ^^^P^ ^(^^^ ^Rp ^^ti&* lIPP ^P^^^^^ -»

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