Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 19, 1931 · Page 7
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»i",ff ,§ wis Introduced Burt, med- gonerholm, of. shop, sP ent . Sunday the » "^Hanson -to doing the Hutchison was confined B.'Hplllster, Lone Rock, ^"operation for appen- M Kowuth hospital Tues- nlng. I Morton Christmas, tele, thofll [factory. W, H. (came L with . f H. Free. iThoe. has failed somewhat and his condition ;h not serious, was Thompson, Fort last Thursday for ,the her sister, Mrs. leek Kaln returned Mond&y 111., where she had 'with her mother, Mrs. '^Becket, Spencer, spent '.end with the G. D. family. Mrs. Becket and Mrs are sisters. , ' • ° en of the Good Hope church •ve dtoner to the public at nunity room at Good Hope [o'clock. ;,,••; [ ioel Hertet was eick last L and Friday with the "flu, r C. J- Scanlan substituted t the Christensen store, „ friends of i. Mrs. O. P. Mc^ ™Burt, who has for some I been in poor Jhealth, regret that her condition' Is now [stokes; Florence Nelson, an( [ceneflck spent the weekend j Moines,' where Paul attend- fcuslness matters and the girls I friends. •••' : • . John Longstaff, Huron, S. Friday, after several'days [ er niece, Mrs. B. P. Richard- her sister, Mrs. .V. J. , Irvlngton. '.'•.• I Mrs. Fred Bunker, Paton; baby 'son -Richard -spent ,/lth Mrs. Bunker's,parents, 1 Mrs. 0. S. Lindsay. Doctor • Is a dentist. " ' ' ."' ; , , P. Ellsworths, Humboldt, [Sunday with the Jos. Stella ! L. C. Reaings. Mrs. Elte- B a daughter of Mr. Stell and r of Mrs. Reding. > Brunner, second day cook Cafe, suffered V painful morning, when. a f boiling hot water was over- his left arm. . \V, Posts spent Sunday at i with the I. .W. Paylorg. lylor is an -engineer 'iorjf,.' the Ighway commlsslori" who was I at Algona a year or .so front thft new high sehoql building, fife was put out before 'damage Was done to the Interior. .Sparks from the chimney were blamed. The F. C. Zehder home, which had been qUaraptlned for scarlet fever since New Year's, was released yesterday morning; Gertrude and Tauline Etender hod the dleeasp In mild form, Mr. Zender and 'his son roomted With the J. Q. Jamisons. El. Vftn Dorston recently Sold his house In the First ward to his next door neighbor on the , east, M, j. Jories, and Is building a snfe.ll cottage at the north end of Minnesota street, which Is almost ready for occupancy. McMurray Bros, have the contract. Dorothy Hutchison ,is"'expected home sometime this week, after a visit with' her sister, Mrs. Qulncy Drummond,'Chicago, and her broth- er.Donald at Cedar Rapids, She also visited friends at Evdhston, where sho attended 'Northwestern university' last year. Algona Beachers here were distressed last Thursday to .learn that Tom Dormedy, of Mason City, who boughf the I. G. Dewel . cottugo a few years ago, hart died of heart disease. He was a bachelor and lived with a bachelor brother and two unmarried sisters. Dr. and Mrs. Walter Fraser are about to vacate the j. F. Koons house and move to a house 'on north Wooster owned by the Rev. Mr. Fuerstenau. Mr. Koons, a.-rallwny mail clerk, has for tho last year or So lived at Mltchel, S. D. His home is now for rent. H. D. Hutchins went to Dos Moines Tuesday to accompany a special train of agents of the State Farm Mutual Auto Insurance Co.. which he represents here, to a con vention. Mr. Hutchlns's sales entitled him to a free trip. He is expected back this week-end. Leslie Samp, pharmacist at EH- theryllle, spent Sunday afternoon with his mother, Mrs. A. E. Samp, of the Paine & Sorcnsen drug store. He came down with a couple named Robinson, Mr. Robinson, brother of the manager, being a jeweler in the drug store where he works. , -Harry Dltsworth, ice cream factory employe who on January 15 ,got a small piece of steel In one eye and had trouble with the eye after It was removed, returned Fri- COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA hospital, has been land Mrs. A. Hutchison're- Friday from Des Moines, ey attended the Dr. F.'B. funeral last Thursday, Dr. |was a brother-in-law of Mrs. wn. - i . . , [Rotary club Is to celebrate ary of the founding .of at a dinner party at the I hotel ( next Monday... evening. llnner there will be a program [Olson, Sioux City, -will-go his week, after a'visit with \ G. Rlchardsons, Mrs. Rich- being his daughter..; He i go to Hot Springs, Ark., f weeks. • • ... [McMurray got home last from Akron, Ohio, where [spent three weeks.attending 1 conducted by the Firestone mpany, studying 'Vice, etc. battery, 1 De Graw, doing practice f at Mason City, spent the 1 with her parents, Mr. and J. DeGraw. Her sister Ma- 1 Cecil McGinnls took her Nay afternoon. i Freeh returned Friday from Iota, where h e had spent three a ayS| attending a meet- eoman representatives and • U P on new policies 'which en are issuing. Mrs. L. G. Laidley, Bs- and their three" children inday with the H. M. Vin Laidley, i s employ. i ' crei «nary at Estherville', J vlnaon's brother. |U L Stewart, Seattle, .Wash., '" visited at the Jos. Stella *>. went to Maeon City /° ra short visit with rel- B °re going home. She is a J« feteMra - Jos. Steil. Mrs. c. T. Kennedy, St H Sunday and Monday rt Kennedy is the daughter "Mrs, John Goeders. Mr who is wuh an on com . to business matters and L. j. n and endlns a Mr - hard hardware, and manager of the Erick Gus Lon< Kt Nenoe day * y ^ r «W ^ dav from the veterans' Kansas City, where he since January 27, taking treatment or iritis. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spllles, Mrs. J. Holtzbauer, and Mrs. R. W. Horgan went to Des Moines yesterday nd will return tomorrow. Mr. Spil- es, is attending a convention of iuthe Hardware company salesmen, drs. Horlgan is visiting her mother, lira, Fred Anderson, and Mrs. Holtz- »auer is visiting her sister, Mrs, C. B. Moore Smith. Georgia, eldest daughter of Mr. nd'Mrs. G. G. Cole, Maxwell, who a taking post graduate studies at hlcago university, has been sick wo weeks, the result of gatherings n both, ears. For a time she was serious condition, but she is now mproved, and at .last reports her arents were expecting.her to come ome for recuperation.' ._ District Supt. Lease closed two weeks of Methodist revlyaV'meetings t Thompson Sunday night. The at- endance was so-'great towards the loee ofVthe campaign that it was ie'cessary to Hold the last meeting lunday night in the larger Bethany Aitheran church. . At that the hurch was so packed that many lad to be' turned away. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Sheehan and if iv-arid Mrs. ^Michael Helderscheidt, both couples of Whlttembre, re- urned Sunday from Des _ Moines where they had been since Friday Mr.. Sheehan is agent here for the Great .Western Insurance company, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Heider- schldt went through the Polyclinic hospital clinic. Mr. Heiderschidt is a 1 farmer. * Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Holmes, Hill Norman, and. T. H. Holmes Jr. drove o .Cedar -Rapids Sunday, and Mrs iblmea caught a train there for Vermont, 111., called by the illness of i sister. En route home the 'men called on J. C. Todd at Iowa Falls. Mr. Todd had just recovered from in attack of the flu, and his daugh- ,er Marion, a registered nurse, • is fltlll sick with the disease. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Richardson were at Elmore Tuesday,-and at- .ended the funeral of R. G.'s uncle, R. A. Richardson, who died Friday The, uncle, "who suffered a .stroke was 75, and had lived retired at Elmore .many years, 1 He used tp fartr n Hebron township, and still owned a farm there at death. The W: A EUchardsons spent Sunday, at Elmore, W. A. being also a nephew of ih'e deceased. Mrs. J. T. Chrlschllles, Mrs. W B. Quarton, and Mrs, F v W.-Din,g ey drove to Bode last week Wednes day to Visit Dr. E. L. Watson, who is ' seriously ill with diabetes artd rieart trouble. Doctor Watson's sister, Mrs. Llda Cole, Chicago, had there, but is now :vis),ting he- daughter, Mrs. Lewis Nelson, a Ames. The Watsons fo'rmerly lived in Algona, There is another sister Mrs; Paul Pugh, also of Chicago Dist. Supt. W. H. Lease ; arid ! 'the Rev, and Mrs. C. V. Hulse left Tuesday afternoon for , Bloux : City the pastors • to attend annual meet Ings of the trustees of Morningside ,.-—„_ anjl the Methodist hospital Mrs. Jf.'A, smith, and Mrs. Edward Sellstrom accompanied l tf ien V .tP . v .™ it their daughters at Morningside college. Doctor F. E. Mossman president pf the college, surprised the trustees by tendering *-'- "° «ignation. Mildred Capesius, Qlondlna Er jlding, Mildred Aman, and Alida Thilgea, who are attending St Mary's Junior college, Cherokee spent the week-end with their re epective parents. Mildred is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius; Blondina the daughter^o Mrs. John Erpelding; i at «» j. & yen*. been By Eva W. Strclt. C'olfimaii if Mnrrlcd— A wedding was solemnized at the local Presbyterian manse at Sunday, when Helen lone, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Coleman, find Rmil a., son of Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Grove, Boone, were married. Tho father of the bride officiated, Ing the single-ring ceremony, in the presence of relatives and friends. Immediately preceding the ceremony Mrs. Joseph Werth sang . Love You Truly. Mrs. Werth and Corcll Stlmson then sang O Promise Me. Mra. Fred Geigel ,....,.„ Memlollsohn's wedding march. The bridal parly was led by the Rev. Mr. Colcman, followed by Paul Harper, best man, and the bridegroom, bride entered the parlor with .... sister, Mabel Earl Coleman, bridesmaid. Tho bride was dressed In Skinner's satin back crepe, molro slippers. Her bouquet was an arrangement oC rosebudn pens, and narcissus. The bridesmaid wore a sleeveless coral pink crepe, with molro slippers, and her bouquet consisted of narc sweet peas, and snap dragons. Tho house was decorated pink and white, and the ceremony was performed in front of n bank of flowers flanked on each side lighted candles. Groups of cancjles wero used throughout the i-oonis.' Immediately following the mony a tour-course dinner served, and at table n. pink white color scheme was carried out. A two-tiered -bride's cake on a nation braid doily formed the cen- erpioce on the bride' table. Lighted indlew and flowers were used on ic tables. Mr. and Mrs. Grove left at once y auto for their home at Owatonna, linn., where Mr. Grove is employed y the Minnesota Implement Mutual Ire Insurance company as assist- nt examiner. Mrs. Grove was graduated from tie Conservatory of Music of Parons college, Fall-field, and was hon- red with presentation of a ring of xcellence for high scholarship and utstandlng work In music. She was member of Elzevir social society nd of Mu Lambda Phi, honorary nusic sorority. She has been a suc- essful supervisor of music in pub- c schools, having just returned rom Nogales, Ariz. Mr. Grove received his education t the same college and the Uni- erslty of Missouri. He was a mem- er of Zeta Theta Gamma fratern- :y at Parsons. Out of town guests included: Dr. nd Mrs. E. G. Grove, Boone; Flornce Dorow, Osage; Mr. and Mrs. oseph Wuerth, daughter Josephine, f Winnebago, Minn., Dr. Richard 'hompson, Burt; H. J. Van Meter, Owatonna; Carl Stlmson, Winne- ago; and Paul Harper, manager of he Harper Brush factory, Fairfield, 3. life-long chum and fraternity irother of the bridegroom. Llgponlan AVcds Ft. Dodge Girl— R. E. Sheley, auditor of the Mason City division of the Standard Oil company who makes Algona his leadquarters, was married to Leone Burke, Fort Dodge, Saturday at St. Cecella"s church. Following is a clipping from the Fort Dodge Mes- . dr«d the daughter of Mr- ***& Mrs J«a, Aman; and AWda the daushte pt Mr. . and Mrs. Henry ThUges Dorothy Sipzwan. of Kingsley, als attending St. Mary's, was a gues pf'MUdr^d. ' Mr. a»d Mm, R. A. ^n March 1 tq Ledyard, wh W Mr W JU operate a garage w «1 Swea, City, handling Chevrolet cars - - ^ - vhi o have lived here four years, came frpw Clear Lake, an 9fr. J/lnJtm recently traveled ' r. TO., W8 R, A- I*% L7 ir I ^ L the noon jhter mo,Ti| 8. E. The 'G9,U~ If Vin tno s. cere- B T J find rom- ftyGcl The . Mr. rper, The her Irtes- vhite with is an iweet maid flat 1 her SHUS, itr tf Vl witn mony ik of by nc]le,s is.' * cere- waa and 1 out. careen- Nugent, Mrs. R. H. Crawford, Mrs. A. 1C Cliff, and Mrs. W. L. Hagerhorst, the latter of Eagle Grove. Madonna Quln n and Leoha Llchter dlstrlbivted compaclg as favors. The Invitations were In the form of valentines. Two hundred or more women attended. < Valentino Party Honors nirtlirtay— Mrs. Glen McMurray entertained at a Valentine party last Thursday afternoon In honor of the seventh birthday anniversary of her daughter Pattle Jean. Games were played and refreshments served, each guest receiving a Valentine favor. The guests .Included Betty Lou Towne, Fay Lashbrook, Helen Moulds, Jean- nctte Sterling, Russell Kelley, Catherine Kelley, Maxlne Brundage, Elinor La Barre, Inez Harris, Phyllis Anne Lee,' George Dutton, Shirley Ann Bloom, Imogene RIggenberg, Norma Payne, Helen Beguhn, Barbara Pool, Mary Elizabeth Van Allen, and Mary Ellen Halpln. I're-Nuptinl Dinner is Given- Helen Colcman, Algona, and Emll Grove Jr., Owntonna, Minn., who were married Sunday, were honor guests at a valentine dinner given by the parents or the bridegroom, Dr. and Mrs. ft. G. Grove, Boone, nt tho Algona hotel Saturrday evening:. The guests Included the mem- hero of the bridal party and house guests of the Rev. and Mrs. J. L. Coleman. The table was decorated with its center bow] of red tulips, from which streamers extended to candle sticks with red tapers. Heart place cards were used. Following dinner the guests enjoyed a social evening at the Coleman home. Picknril Anniversary Celebrated Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Pickard were surprised last week Wednesday night, when neighbors and other friends dropped in to help them ob- ed, after whlcl by Mrs, Weber, Surprised on Bl Mm. Clarence 50th birthday, at entertaining Mr Merrlfield at di was the son Fr unexpectedly f Shllts, who was has lived here daughter of th< M. R. Walter, a pioneer harness •"•"• Lust Guild Part The last of t given by St. C place at the K. and bridge and till 10, after w^i and dancing. and M. L. Gos bridge scores ; and Charles Gil scores. Mrs. J. A prize. — Farewell Sftrprl Neighbors an .Tamils, of the < day evening, gathered at H drove to the ,] Tho evening % and dancing, at Tho Jandls arc tonka neighbor Old-Costume I' The R. N. A. Tuesday with 2:30. Members dress In old c be an oldtlme lunch. Mrs. Pr Mesclnmes Ra Muckey, Osca Dahl, I. Crawfc Y'iii-f\r Ifnnnpa PAGE gifts were opend Lunch was served. id Mrs. G. A. ". Another guest ,vho came home from Oelweln. Mrs. cella's Guild took I. hall Friday night, "500" were played ch there was lunch "Kathleen Holtzbauer won the high Mrs. B. P. Benson e the high "500" the Nineteen couples ;h McMahon's and ndl home together, was spent at games [inch was served, ovlng to the Tl- wlth Mrs. D. D. Paxson and Mrs. C. T, Chubb winning the high scores and Mrs. J. O. Paxson the consolation. Mrs. Harry H. Wilson and Mrs. Roy J. Marty entertained 35 women at bridge Friday afternoon. Mrs. Leona Bartholomew and Mrs. O. W. Erlckson w'on the high scores; Mrs. A, Griffith, the cut prize; Mrs. Leo Spllles the consolation. Mrs. TJ. D. Paxson and Mrs. H. L. Gllmore entertained at a bridge luncheon Monday at the former's home. The high score was won by Mrs. H. A. Lewis, and Mrs. W. A. Barry won the low. Alma Schroeder entertained her bridge club at the William Dau home last Thursday night. Lydla Meyers and Nellls McGlnnls won the high scores. Elva Van Deest was a guest of the club. The Congregational Missionary society will entertain at 3 o'clock tea this afternoon at Mrs. Andrew Peterson's. The feature of the program will be a play. A charge of 35c will be made. The Baptist' Mission Circle will meet this afternoon with Mrs. F. H. Webster; assisting; hostesses, Mesdames J. E. Moulds, H. N. Kruse, and Carrie Taylor; Mrs. Orvllle Elkens, leader. There will be a union meeting of missionary societies at the Congregational church at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon to observe a world day prayer for missions. The W. R. C. will hold its annual bean supper at the Legion hall Saturday night, the serving to begin at 5:30. The menu may be found on another page. The Presbyterian missionary society will meet with Mrs.' Albert Ogren this afternoon. There will be election of officers. The Opportunity bridge club met for luncheon and an afternoon of bridge at Mrs, C. R. La Barre's yesterday. The Idle Hour .club met with lit* A. L. Peterson Saturday for a one o'clock bridge luncheon. The G. W. Stlllmans spent Sunday at Buffalo Center, guests of the E. C. Hertlgs. WANT ADS | * #• FOR SALE—PUREBRED Chester White gllta, due to farrow last part of March. —. Glen Rlnehart, Brltt, 5 miles south of Woden on gravel read. i 24p23-24 FOR SALE OR TRADE—-1% h. p. Cushman gas engine on wheels; also pump jack.—Helberg Garage. 17u23 EXPERIENCED GIRL WANTS housework in a good home.— Write Advance. 10p23-24 servo a wedding anniversary. The evening was spent at "500," and lunch was served from baskets brought by the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Pickard were given a gift. Attending were Mrs. Plckard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Robinson; her brother Lou and his family; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haldeman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reaper, Mr. and Mrs. tephen Devlne, the Frank Capeslus amily, and the Clayton Sills. Sroiip Visits I>alcota Xewlyweds— Sheriff and Mrs. L. E. Hovey, Dr. nd Mrs. M. J. Kenefick, Mr. and Irs. 'A. H. Borchardt, James Mc- 3onald, Eugene McMahon, Mrs. C. Murtagh, Kate Wernert, Elnora acobson, Freda Kyhl, and Elva onerholm drove to Lakota last 'hursday afternoon to visit Dr. and ktrs. Robert Williams. They took askets and after an Informal even- ng lunch was served. Mrs. Wlliams was Vera Ogren till recently. 'wo Showers Given for Bride— Mrs. Frank Capesius entertained at her home at a miscellaneous hower last week Wednesday afternoon In honor of Mrs. Ella Weber, aughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. 'ordan. There were 30 guests. Af- er an informal' program gifts were ipened. Lunch was served. Mrs. ohn Schulz entertained 32 guests at another miscellaneous shower Friday afternoon. Games • were play- senger: Announcement Is made by Mrs. Mary E. Burke of the marriage of her daughter Leone to R. E. Sheley, Algona, son of Mrs. Carrie gheley, Minneapolis, which took place this morning at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona, at 9 o'clock, the Rev. Bede Murphy officiating, Mrs. 'aul Burch, sister of the bride, and R. W. Sheley, brother of the bride;room, were attendants. Following the ceremony there was wedding breakfast at the Wahkon. sa hotel here at 11 o'clock for the mmediate families. Mr. and Mrs. Sheley left immediately after that for Omaha, on a~ short wedding trip. After the 'first of March they will je at home at Algona. Out of town guests were Mrs. Carrie Sheley, Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Sheley, Mankato; and J, ,ysne, Mason City. Colonial Party Draws Crowd— A large crowd attended a Woman's club Colonial party at the 11- >rary Friday evening. Guests were received at the door by Mrs. D. D Paxson and Mrs. A. A. Bishop, who ivere in costume to represent George and Martha Washington. The pro- jram included a number of appro- jriate songs by a group which included Leola Zeigler and, the Mesdames W. S. Lee, A. E. Michel, T H, Holmes, Lura Sanders, L. J. Malueg, P. N. Sarchett, D. P. Smith, H D. Hutchine, all in costume, anc Mrs. Sylvia Gunn, who accompanied them on the piano. Ila Leffert, Mrs Sanders, and Mrs. A. A. Bishop gave readings, and Mrs. _ Lee sang a solo while four girls, Bernlce Harrington, Sarah Doran, Eleanor Backus and Madonna Quinn, danced a min. uet, Jeannette Goeders playing the accompaniment. Following the pro- jfam refreshments were served by the social committee, of which Mrs D, T. Chubb is chairman. The committee in charge of . the program consisted of Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. Sanders, and Mrs. Hutchlne. Two Dinner Parties Given— ' Mesdames T. P. Harrington, W C 'Dowel, and D. H. Goeders enter tained at 6:30 dinner Saturday evening. The guests were seated at pine small tables centered with tiny baskets of spring flowers, and a valentine scheme was used in dec orations. The after-dinner hours were spent at bridge, and Mrs. A L. Long won the high score; Mrs Helen Dickinson, second; Mrs. W A. Foster, cut; and 'Mrs. Walter Fraser, low. At a second party given Monday evening by the same hostesses .8 color scheme in keepingr with St Patrick's day was .carried out Bridge was played at tt« tables,^ an.' Mrs. H. !••• Gilmore won the score; Mrs. T. L. Larson, second Mrs. 'p. F. Sorenson, cut; and Mrs J. 6. Auner, low. 800 Atten* Theatre Party-Mrs N C. Rice entertained at a theater pW at the Calt Friday ture, the Kiss Me . luncli was served In buffet n a UW ««• to «f ««* C T. Chubb and, Mra. 1>. 9 preside* at ejtfcer ends <#***<* * Mrs. Hugh post ,at s are • requested to costumes. There will e program, followed by Mrs. Post will be assisted by h Brown, Lloyd Anderson, Walter Party Honors Fort Bodgcr— Mrs. George H. Free entertainec 12 women at bridge last Thursday night in honor of her sister, Mrs Walter Thompson, Fort Dodge. Mrs F. A. Corey and Mrs. A. L. Peter -son won the high scores, and Mis Thompson was given a guest prize Other Society News Mrs. W. A. Barry entertained her bridge club Saturday night, and the high scores were won by Mrs. W. J Becker and Mrs. O. W. Erickson while Mrs. M. L. Goslin won 1 consolation. Guests of the c' besides Mrs. Becker and Mns. Goslin were Mrs. Henry Becker, Mrs Martin Frankl, and Mrs, E.*L. De- Zellar, Mrs. Hugh Post entertained the I. N. C. bridge club Tuesday after noon at three tables. Mrs. D. E Sheehan and Mrs Bert Muckey won the high scores, and a Mrs. Sweenej the low. Guests of the club were Mrs. A. W. Amunsen and Mrs. John Dutton. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen Jr. entertained the N. B. B. Abridge club Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs Clarence Bergesson won the family prize, and Mrs. Arthur Helberg am B. -F. Hynds won cuts. Mrs. Lou Schlchtl and Jessie Smith were guests of the club. Mrs. E. J. Murtagh and Mrs. C. O Simpson were hostesses Tuesday afternoon to 28 women'at the foi mer's home. Bridge was 'played After Darkness Always Comes the Dawn Washington's birthday calls to mind many famous "stories. None of these is more inspiring than the. account of thfe winter at Valley Forge, when the American Revolutionary soldiers shivered in the cold and their shoeless feet left bloody footprints in.the snow. It was one of the darkest hours in American history—yet Washington had the courage to carry on, to victory. Events like this make an individual's personal troubles in these days of peace and relative comfort seem trivial, don't they? The Kossuth County State bank thinks that the future of this territory is bright with hope. Should a patron come to us a bit discouraged, he finds at our bank a neighborly interest in his success, and he finds cheer and sound encour- . agement. Folks appreciate this. Kossuth County State Bank Algona, Iowa MARKET DAY SALE At the Tripp barn in Algona. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21 Good work horses listed for this sale. Fifty bushels of Early Ohio seed potatoes, practically new Maytag 3E31ectric Washer. One good oil gtpye. Also Soriie Sheep and Hog? Anyone having horses to sell bring them in as we will have buyers there. Sale starts at 9 o'clock. Be »ure mnd attend m thin will be one of bc*t wjei of the Friday, Saturday, and | Monday, Feb. 20th, 21st, 23rd | Every last one of these advertised bargains is S as genuine as the ring of a silver dollar, as sin- = cere as the picture of Washington in the center jl of a greenback. Merchandise formerly priced jj= as high as $1.50 is now within range of the dol- . lar bill- 1 —and it's your great chance to save-—, i save—SAVE. s Lace Curtain Panels 36 to 45-in. Lace Curtain Panels, values up to $2.50 $1 each Voile Raffled Curtains Plain .colored sets in blue, rose, ; green, maize, and peach ;;( ::;..; $1 set 54-in. Drapery Damask 54-ln. wide fast colors and beautiful new patterns $1 yard Beautiful Cretonnes New patterns in the new modern patterns' and colorings. 4 yards for $1 , New Figured Grenadine In newest fast colors and-em- ••' • brpidered tinted figures 5 yards for $1 Real Italian Pottery Beautiful 'imported Italian clay art 'Pottery, many kinds $1 each Good Wash Dresses Misses and children's fast color smart style wash dresses 2 for $1 Better Wash Dresses 80 ffcqunt- cambric prints In smart new styles and patterns " Children^ ( Union Suite In between; (vy«ight children's union 'suits, '2 to 10 yrs. '• «; Silk Prints Crepe O'Dear,. in print or plain •36-in. .wide, new patterns 2 yards for $1 Boudoir Slippers Including Daniel Green and other styles, r.eg, price to $3.50 .,-.$! pair ~ Printed Dotted Swiss A most beautiful new fabric, very : sheer- 1 — f or dresses 2 yards for 91 Tinted Crash Cloths 50 -and 54-in. tinted linen crash luncheon cloths, quality 111 each New Printed Silks Ten new:: patterns in smart new printed silks, 2 days only $1 yard Stamped Pillow Cases Better quality stamped pillow cases. Bridal quality »1 pair Footwear , $1 off from regular price $2.95 up on Dollar Days only Plain All Silk Fabrics Broken lines of fine all silk materials, many colors 2 yards for $1 Linen Luncheon Cloths ^36 to 44-in. linen, fine quality luncheon cloths. 2 for $1 Smart Kiddies' Sweaters ,Fine all wool slip-on or button styles, 'special at $1 each 18x36 Chenile Rugs 18x36 in. chenile ruge, reversible, fast colors, at $1 each Dish Cloths, Pot Holders Also dish cloths and assorted, now $1 doz. Quality Bed Sheets 72x90, 81x90, 81x99, heavy, good quality, while they last $1 each Large Bath Towels Large size, double loop, heavy quality bath towels 4for$l Extra Large Bath Towels Special heavy fine quality ' large size towels, now 3 for $1 Fine Linen Toweling A high grade all linen .toweling—Dollar Days 5 yards for $1 Saxon Pillow Cases Saxon quality torn to size and hemmed, 4for$l 18x36 Rag Hugs A fine heavy quality rug, heayily warped 4 tor 91 Kotex, 8 for $1 A standard first-grade article, best of its kind Sforjl Flue Fabric Gloves Van Raalte fabric gloves, in many etyles, all sizes 2 pair for 91 Junior Silk Hose Pure thread-silk hose, with narrow lisle top, all sizes 2 pair for $1 Rayon Maid Bloomers Values to $1.65, in all sizes, several colors 91 pair Silk Dresses $1 off from regular price on Dollar Days only.

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