Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1931 · Page 5
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1931. KOSStTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, KKVA PAOU FlVlf * v . , K Y 0 U ! t vMBOt exprc.« a** appreciation for the won- ui na/ronMe since * e opened our grocery depart- J 1 % inow y»» 0"* appreciation of your patron• *n Kiting Jon specials this week that are 1 -nd better than ever. Look »em over, come In ns We reserve the right to limit quantities. BISCUIT, 2 LB. CADDY 24c Fresh— Buttered Sodas — Graham Crackers Mimtard Sardines, Irg. can lOc Pink Salmon, tall can lOc Ginger Snaps, per lb. lOc Pnre Flf Ban, per lb loc Pure Lard, 2 lb 21c Niger's Coffee, Lb. 39c . Sniw,' , lOc lar ----'" Macaroni, 4 pkfs. for -.__21c Bine Rose Bice, 6 Ibs 24c Sanl Flush.. 196 !ANANAS 1 2S,a« y Do2.19c m»lloi»s, per -Jb «e n, good, value »»« Breakfast Coffee, 8 Ibs. C9c Jelljr Powder, pkg. 6e Jonarch Coffee, 3 Ibs. $1 Ir Yon Were to Pay $1.00 a Pound You Couldn't Buy ' a Finer Coffee. I pitted Cherries, No. 10 ____.>-•-*— «————?• No. ,10 »l*e, |MB _________ „„-— tebet, No. W **** can ..4»c o, 10 sl*e can — :4?c Pineapple, No. 10 size, can 89c Large Grapefruit, each 4c Pineapple, S'/4 slxe can —85c Fancy Dried Apricots, 2 Ibs. .; sr>c < Oranges, per doz. 19c IREAD - 16 oz. loaf 5c ). k G. Soap, 10 bars .—:.29c [intake Flour 8</j lb. pkg. l»c i Starch, 4 pkgs. for _.80c Fall Cream Cheese, per lb. lOc Floor, guaranteed, 49-lbs. _OI)c Candy Bars, 3 for lOc „ AND MRS. FARMER:—Bring in your eggs, cash _; trade. Use our side door entrance for unloading Ind loading—plenty of parking space. Bloom's Store It's Time to Tune Up Your Car for Spring! Fhere's no getting away from it-—winter does leave ts disfiguring marks on your car,and motor. Now [hat Spring is "just around the corner" you'll want to ut the "old bus" in shape. With assurance that only xpert workmen will touch your car and that only Duality materials will he used you can be certain that ^jobwillbe done right, ' c «s, we can assure, you, are very reasonable here. ELBERT GARAGE •tt of Courthouse. "We Neyer Close" DINNER DRAWS BIG CROWD TO BURT CHURCH Hurt, Feb. 24 — A large crowd attended a birthday dinner at the Presbyterian church last Friday fiVcnlng. The tables were decorated to represent the various months and each guest sat at the table which was represented by ,hls birthday last week at month. Following the dinner an ex- Whlttemore. cellont program wa s given as follows; piano solo, by Mrs. p, F. Kriethe; reading, by Dernild Riddle; men's .quartet; readings by Russell Patterson and Ethel' Mae Aten; one act p!ay by Mrs. Donald Weir and Mrs. W. T. Peters; vocal duet by Norma Bettln and Virginia Thaves; reading, by Virginia Patterson; piano solo, by Bernlce De Buhr, Storm Lake. Webster City, last Thursday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Orley Hobson, Fort Dodge, \vf.re Sunday dinner guests at the D. T. Hobson home. Mr, and Mrs. Mllo Brown and son Leo were Sunday visitors at the Chipman homes. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott entertained a group of friends at "500" Monday evening. The Edward Thavcs family, Lakota, visited Sunday at the J. G. Tlmves home. 'Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pholps, Algona, visited Sunday at the 'Robert Cogdlll home. Lottie Hawcott spent several days last week at Grover Reed's, near FORMER SENECA GIRL HONOREE AT LUNCHEON Fd»hl Q ntdrN«we»t Shades Mudt.bablc. »11:1.**:, ii: i'£I tL MI •& {•*'/•! I; TEACHER'S CAR UPSET ON ROAD NEARIRVINGTON Grades in Declamatory Contest— The third and fourth grades taught by Ellen Schryver, held a declamatory contest lost Thursday afternoon. 'In' the oratorical class the winners were Gordon Glddlngs, Verle Looft,' and Bobby Lltchen- berger; in the dramatic class, Eleanor Steward,. Lois Lavrenz, Pauline Moore. Fifteen eontentants took part In the humorous class. Russell Patterson took first; Gordon Schmidt, second; Phyllis Brooke and Virginia Patterson tied for third; and Wallace Hawcott won fourth. Three high school pupils were judges. Practice for Music Featlral— A group of Methodist young people met at the George L. Gray home Saturday evening to practice for the music festival. Following the prac tice the young people played games and refreshments were served. House Sells at Auction— The former Manus house, which was one of the assets of the closed First National bank was sold at auction last week. John Sowlck bought the house and two lots for $400. Thomas Trcnary Home Again—Thomas Trenary, who had an operation for appendicitis and ulcer of the stomach at a Rochester hospital several weeks ago, was able to return home last Friday. Declamatory Contestants Named— In a recent contest Paul Kriethe Jr., Norma Bettin, and Derrold Riddle were chosen to represent Burt in a declamatory contest at Lu Verne this week Tuesday evening. Irvlngton, Feb. 24—A schoolteacher en route from her home In Mallard to Webster City, where she was hurrying to take up her work at 9 a. m. ran Into the bridge just south of the Mike Lenertz farm Monday morning. She reported that she lost control of'her car when she struck fresh gravel where the road was recently resurfaced. The teacher was not injured but one wheel of the car was broken and one fender damaged. Jewell Patterson, en route to Algona early Monday morning, also lost control of hie truck, and ran Into the ditch. The accident occurred on the Patterson drive just west of the house. The car was damaged. Missionary Society Meets Friday— The Missionary society met Friday at the church, and was opened by Mrs, V. J. Schichtl. Songs were Seneca, Feb. 24—Mrs. Hans Wll- berg Sr. entertained relatives and friends last week Tuesday afternoon In honor of her daughter Mrs. J. Andreason, Barronette, Wls. Attending were; Mrs. George Jensen, Mrs. H. N, Wllberg, Mrs. Reuben Larson, Mrs. Manno Pederson, Mrs. Oscar Andreason, and Mrs. J. Andreason, all of Rlngsted; Mrs. Harry Wlddel and her mother, Mrs. Nels Wllberg, both of Fenton; and Mrs. Jennie Jensen, Mrs. John Osborn, Mrs. Martin Thompson, Mrs. Martin Wllberg, Mrs. Mlllen Jensen, Mrs. Hans Jensen, and Mrs. J. H. Jensen, of Seneca. The afternoon was spent at visiting and sewing blocks for a quilt, after which lunch was served. Plover Tourney Pairings Ont— Pairings for a boys' sectional tournament at Plover March 17 have been given out, as follows: Albert City ve. Lincoln .Lee; .Mallard, bye; Ayrshire vs. Marathon; Bradgate vs. Seneca: Rodman, bye; Gillet .Grove .vs. Varlna; Des Moines township vs. Ware; Havelock vs. Webb. A girls' sectional tournament will be held at Bancroft March 14: Bancroft vs. Lone Rock; Dolllver vs Ringsted; Graettlnger vs. Seneca. A girls' district tournament will be held March 21, and Seneca hopes to play then too. Farewell for Mr». Ben Potter- Mrs. Ben Potter woe surprised Friday, when the following women arrived to spend the afternoon with her: Mesdames Joseph Anderson, Charles Osborn, J. W. Weir, Lawrence Saxton, J. H. Jensen, George price and Will throw In four other lots free. Wrecked Auto l» Unpaired- Frank Grandgenett, manager of the St. Benedict pool,hall, went to Mason City Monday to get his car, which he had Repaired there, Mr. Orandgenett had a wreck some time ago. Farewell for the A number of friends gave a farewell party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lalller Sunday evening at Ben Kunkel's. The Lalllers are leaving the farm, but do not know yet where they will go. Ilfllim Honored by Rankers— The bankers of the county had a banquet at the Algona hotel Monday evening, and E. F. Rahm, of the People's Savings, was In attendance. Mr. Rahm was elected vice president of the organization. Eighth -Graders Pass Tests— The eighth graders In the St. Benedict parochial school have received their returns on the recent county tests. All passed with good marks. Al Rosenmeyer Doubly Afflicted— Al Rosenmeyer has been sick the last two'Weeks with pleurisy and an Infected eye. Aid Supper Tomorrow Night— The Aid society will serve a cafeteria supper in the Methodist church parlor Friday evening, February 27. Following the supper a program will be given. Couple Has Tonsils Removed— Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bleich returned Saturday from Hampton, where they both had their tonsils removed. Other Hurt. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hanna, Shlnd- ler, S. D., and Mrs. James Winjum, Sioux Falls, S. D., spent the weekend with Burt relatives. Mrs. Winjum came to make arrangements for the occupancy of her mother, Mrs. Ellen Hanna's house. The Hollis Trainers have rented her rooms. The Harry MacElroys, Eagle Grove, the Leon Laytons, West Union, and the Gordon Hansens, Titonka, were Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Ringsdbrf home. Mr. and Mrs. MacSlrpy are Mrs. Ringsdorf's parents and Mrs. Layton and Mrs. Hanseri are her sisters. The Presbyterian Mite society meets Wednesday aftrnoon, February 25 with Mrs. M. L. Vinaas. Mrs. Louise Thompson and Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill are the assistant hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. J. Rippentrop and Mrs.' William Ringsdorf attended a poul-; try demonstration at the Hamilton Hatchery at Bancroft Monday. . •-. The Lloyd Schencks^ Mrs. Maude Hanna and son Charles, the Ben Hannas and Mrs. Jas. Winjum were Sunday dinner guests at the George Hanna home near Lone Rock, The Hi-Low bridge, club met last Wednesday at Mrs. LeRoy Boettcher's,. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod, .Penton, Mrs. P. L. Dremmel and Mrs. J, G. McDonald were guests. ) Irene Aten, Buena Vista college student, spent the week-end with her parents, the Rev. S. H. ^Atens. j.A fellow student, Berrilce De Buhr, Up- companied her,'. :• ••'. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Schenck and : Ray McWhorter went to Des Moirjes, Sunday to attend a,Legion conven-; tion, which was held there the fir's'p of the week. . ^ . • • The Wilfred Chafees visited Sun;' Larsen home Larsen '• went sung and prayer offered. Roll call was answered by scripture, The annual business meeting was held, and old officers, Mrs. SchlchtJ, president, Mrs. Boldrldge, vice president, Mrs. M. L. Roney, treasurer, and Mrs. T. E. Wlckwlre, secretary, were reelected. Mrs. Boldridge then took charge of the meeting. Several more songs were sung and articles were read on the "American Indian" and on "Chosen." Nine women attended. Mesdames Miller and Cox were hostesses. Kx-Irvlnpton Merchant Dies- Mr, and Mrs. Rome Robison are spending a few days with their daughter, Mrs. Roscoe Mawdsley, while Mr. Mawdsley, accompanied by his mother, attended the funeral services of Chester Dutton at Omaha. Mr. Dutton was operated on Friday evening for a punctured bowel and died early Saturday morning. Funeral services were held Monday at noon. Mr, Dutton was a brother- in-law of Mrs. J. R. Mawdsley and was well known In this vicinity, for he was a former Irvington merchant. Goetsch, William Osborn, Jennie Jensen, John Osborn, Melvln Norland,' Wllbert Richmond, and Hans Wilberg Sr. The afternoon was spent at visiting, after which lunch was served. Other St. Benedict. Mrs. Nick Raskopfrgot home Sunday morning from Indiana Harbor, Ind., where she had been visiting six weeks with her daughter, Mrs. J. O. Downs. She also visited relatives In Chicago. Ed Rosenmeyer returned last week Wednesday from Clear Lake, where he had been spending a few weeks with his sister, Mrs. Everett Steussy. He is now at his brother Al's. Frances and Matilda Garmann left Sunday for Des Moines, where Prances has resumed work and Matilda Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Clyde Conner, wife of a lawyer, Amelia Arndorfer, the nurse, returned Sunday from Lu Verne, where she has been nursing two weeks. Leo Immerfall, employed at Mason City, spent Sunday and Monday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Immerfall. Mr. and Mrs. John Grandgenett and the Anton Grandgenetts were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Dunlap. The Geo. Simons family, Irvington, and Ella Simons, Algona, spent Sunday with-Mrs. Mary Simons. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Laux, Wesley, were visitors Sunday at their daughter, Mrs. Tony Seller's. The Louis J. Kutscharas, north of St. Benedict, moved to their new home at Clear Lake Friday. Mrs. Jacob Fehr is still among the sick, and Mrs. Ben Capesius has an attack of the flu. Mrs. Herman Erdman is suffering with a severe attack of gallstones. » Woman's Wrist Broken. Lu Verne, Feb. 24 — Mrs. Mike Stripling sufered a fracture of her right wrist, while Bhe~ was cranking a car Friday morning. Bessie Con ley, Bancroft, Is at the Stripling home, helping with the housework Wesleyan to Hospital. Wesley, Feb. 24—Mrs, James Haverly, formerly Rose Hauptman, was taken to Mercy hospital, Mason City, last week Tuesday. She Is ser iously sick with erysipelas. SURPRISE PARTY IS GIVEN FOR BRANERS Lu Verne, Feb. 24 — A farewrtl. surprise party for the RftV. and Mm. P. Braner was given at the high school gy m Friday evening, and M§» utherans and other friends attended, An orchestra of five young mem* William Hoepner, Carl Honaelmaiy Herman Vaudt, and Brwln and OP- val Ramus, played and talks Iven by the Rev. Mr. Braner, .or Coleman, B. Jones, and F. 'W, Hlntz, the latter a charter member of the church. Gottlieb HanaelmMk was toastmaster. A young men's quartet led ftpr Teacher Zeltz sang- a hymn of piatBfc it the beginning of the prograa*., also "Jesus, Lover of My Soul.*' Fred Tlede, In behalf of the gregation, presented the guests with a floor lamp, and th* program was ended with America.' Ice cream and cake was served. To completely surprise the Branecv many plans were laid. The H. Ifc, Histaus went to the parsonage, ftt*- aonally for the evening. A telephony message, called the Braners and taus' to the gym, and when . arrived the Braners were greeted fcjr the .crowd and eacoifted to ««•*» «ff honor near ihe platform. The Rev. Mr. Wittenberg, lard, will be - Installed as the pastor next Sunday afternoon •* 2:30, the Rev. I. Kitzman, 'Wfcat. Bend officiating. The sermon i»Ml be In English. At the same boor- the Rev. Mr. Braner will be InataJta* as pastor of the Trinity church, Algona, the Rev. Mr. mann, Burt, officiating. McLean JlelntlTcs A'lsft Here— William McCluskey, Mltchellville, son Harry, of Montana, and daughter, Mrs. Edward Lovell, Esmond, S. D., stopped last week Tuesday night at the A. McLean home. Mr. McCluskey returned to his home again Sunday, after spending the night at McLean's. Mr. McCluskey is a brother-in-law of Mrs. McLean and is employed in a store at Mitchellville. He returned to his work Monday after having been off for a month be- piiiiiiiiiiinKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini^ | Featuring this^ Week cauee 'of illness and death wife. of his day at the William near Wesley. Mrs.' bacH to Rochester Monday. for treatment Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lappin and fsTfi',' B.' "Ladend'orf, who have been visiting at the W. A. Ladendorf home returned to Cedar Rapids Sat- uvday. The I. W. Gehrtz family have movsd onto the Wessel farm north of Burt, which was recently vacated, by the Robert Stevens family. C!ara Schwietert and the Misses Hunt, Halse'l. and Webb, 'all teachera at Dolliver. spent the week-end at the W. H. Schwietert home. Katherin Manus, who' is working in the Lu Verne post office, spent the 'week-end with her parents, the Henry Manvses. The mis.sion^ry society met last 'Saturday afternoon at iMrs. C. Tfr, Chipman'sl -Mrs, Clifton was assistant hostess. - ' .'•»' Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bleich recently rnov«d .to Spring Valley, Minn;; where Mr. Bleich la working on •$ newspaper. . ' . Mrs. G«9rge Carroll and Mrs. Q, C. Allen entertained the first dlyl; 8ic.il of 4he Aid at Mrs. Carroll's this afternoon. Mr. nnd Mrs, Charles Schrader Monsons to Potter'Farm—- The Henry Muneons, who have been quarantined the greater part of the winter in the tenant house on the J. C. Mawdsley farm, moved last Sunday, and will be employed at the Charles Potter farm. The Seward Thorntons, who'are working for Mr. Mawdsley, and have been living in the farmer's elevator house, moved into the house on the Mawdsley farm Monday. : . , Basket Social Clears $18— A basket social'program was held at the Irvington school Friday evening. The program was arranged, by the teacher, Mrs. .Mollpy, Lunch was sold to those who had no basket's, and $18 was cleared. Earl Miller auctioned off the baskets. ';..', Tony Soreiisens Mpve JJerc— .,, The' Tony. Sorensons moved last week from near Titonka to the Roy Blythe, "home. here. Mr.' Sor'enson may again :enter a hospital in .Des Moines to find possible relief 'from arthrltls.V-• • - ...•:«.--.-.••• -. • v and daughter Helen and MArgaret Mprness vlsjted at JElmore, Minn:, Sunday. pean Clapsaddie spent the end with his uncle. H. D. Clapsaddle A at Algona, and with other friends. 35. M. jjrunsvold, pelpo Light re»il resentative foy Kosuth" county, wW o f T&nieon M* 1 ^ 11 J - j I Other Irvlngton tt Mrs, ' Jewell, Patterson returned Saturday from Anies," .where for several.days she had helped care'for two HI grandchildren. The children, are '.better but not 'yet well. The youngeet,' six m°nths old, is in a hospital, and will have to remain there for some time. * The Rev. A. English was a guest at the Henry Weber home Monday evening. He says Mrs. Weber, who returned from Rochester last Thursday after spending several weeks there following an operation on her .throat, is recovering. 1 Mrs. Ben Terhune says, that her mother, Mrs. Henderson,'Roekford, 111., who ;was seriously Injured while ylslting at the Terhune home a few years ago, }s well again. Mrs. Hen- person is now. doing her own hous.e- keeping,,and is .able to .walk.' • IJr. and Sirs. Vernoji ;,Rob.ison were guests Saturday night arid Sunday at the Harry Sabin home. Other guests Sunday : were, Mr. ai>d Mrs. August Robison and:> Mr. and Mrs. Harold Curran. * Harry Winkle has returned,to £>es Moines for'; treatment; on:.-Ills' arm, which is not healing as/It,should. It Wfis broken In a car accident. : Mrs. Hattte Burlingame was taken to the Kossuth hospital this week J^ondajr'-Bjutterlns Vlih an abscess on one side.. Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Panner recently spent a few days w}th Mrs, ' sister who lives near Alnmlnam Demonstration Given— Pour couples attended an . aluminum demonstration and supper at the Orney Behrends home last week Tuesday evening: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Behrends, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hurlburt. Mrs. Jack Behrends received a prize for being the best-looking woman in attendance, and Charles Osborn as the beet-looking man. AW Meets at Mrs. P. H. Jensen's— A large number of women attended a Lutheran Aid meeting at Mrs. P. H. Jeneen's at Fenton last Thursday. The Aid decided to do some papering at the parsonage soon. Potters Move to Algona— The Ben Potters, one mile west of Seneca, are having a sale, and because of a scarcity of farms for rent will move to Algona. Other Seneca J. H. Jensen attended .a county Farm Bureau directors' meeting last Thursday at the Legion hall, Swea City. Charles E. Hearst, president of .the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation, gave two addresses, the last one in the evening. Mrs. John Andreason, who had visited two weeks here, returned to her home at Barronette, Wis., via bus from Armstrong Friday. She was formerly Alice Wllberg, and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Wilberg Sr. Mrs, Joseph Anderson Sr., Mrs. Jens Halvorson,. and the latter's daughter, Mrs. Albert Ulstad, spent Monday afternoon at Mrs. J. H. Jensen's, helping to cut quilt blocks for Aid meetings. Ed Scully, and his daughter Winifred came up from Fort Dodge Friday to attend 'the-girls' basketball tournament at Lone Rock. They went home Saturday night after the game. Pauline Oeborn, Mason City practice" teacher, spent the. week-end at home and attended the girls' county basketball tournament at Lone Rock, going back Sunday. The annual boys' coUnty basketball tournament will, take place this Friday and Saturday at Ledyard. Seneca and Ledyard will play Friday' at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Jenp Halvorson went to Ames last .week Tuesday for a couple of weeks with a daughter, Mrs. Enriess, who has been sick lately. Mrs. Forrest . Christenson spent last week at Ames, visiting her sister Madelia Anderson, nursing there. • Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Weir spent Sunday with a daughter at Popejoy. . 1 Gracrest WITH NEW LOW PRICES „,„ hero from Thpnipeon — „„ „. Leonard Panlejs Is redecorating, , Ropnef spen t the Interior of the house on the ppj - " farm east of "" and visited Osage. and Mrs. Rajjph BallajrjU .Redwood Falls, Minn., spent Saturday an^4 Sunday -with Mre. Ballard'ft sister, Mrs./Chaflea S^n^ey. - Mr, and Mrs. Howard Currell, of ' - - Tuesday week- the ^arl Millers. . wrl^S 0«f.,'«f new Saturday ju^bt wjtb,, ST, BENEDICT GIRL OBSERVES 13TH BIRTHDAY St. Benedict, Feb. 24— Rosalia, youngest daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Isadora Bisenbarth, celebrated her 13th birthday Sunday, Three' girls of her" age were guests at dinner served at ppon, and a big birthday cake in red, white, and blue, with 13 candles, was the -table centerpiece, The a'fterijoon was spent at games arid 'contests, arid before, dark Ice cream and cake were served. The guests^ were Helen Raekopf, Mary .JJunlftp, and Alfreda Gracrest Full Fashioned Silk Stockings 98c Every pair .unusually fine service ; weight; silk- French heel and re-inforc- ed toe block—riot •; a flaw not &, mis-weave just the best silk stocking. New Shades for Spring Sandee Teridressee • Mayfair Reve Pearl Blush Lt Gunmetal Beige Claire Number 150 Service Weight Silk Stocking $1.29 A perfect fitting stocking that will give service beyond expectations — full- fashioned with French heel—smart new shades. Pure Thread Silk Stockings $1.19 Never before! This ama zing price for such superior quality in Silk Hosiery. Silk Stockings from top to toe $1.39 A beautiful all- silk stocking with Picot top — French heel and sandel sole. Consider This! Shown for the first time at this low price. Rayon silk hose in seven; hew. I shades— sizes 81-2 to u -;;. w .;. Women's Mercerized Hose Black and colors 25c Children's Ribbed Hose Nude — Brown Black 15c •• '(. Children's .... Mercerized Ribbed Hose 25c Misses' Rayon Hose 3 new shades 39c Guaranteed Rockford Sox 9c Department Stores Men's Fancy Hose 19c clbrfer.. Ash We<taesaay Is Obseryed-r- • Ash 'VVednesday^ the beginning of Leriti' \ was observed last week Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock at the C$th,olic church with mass and distribution of ashes. Every Wed.nee-r diy anijf .Sunday evening at 7:30 and Friday morning at 8 o'clock there be services during Lent. Last Sunday evening's services were well attended,. . last Card ?»rty Is Qlven— The Rosary society held, another card party last week Monday even- Ing at the-hall, and, It. was well at- tejvjed^.'fphjij was.the last 0119 before Lent. The hjgh scores were won by Mrs.' Ben- K-unkel and H, J, Arn- dorler. ,i»uijgh was served. - .___,.. K . . . . ** Y 4 bargfyn J«f ecw, e "9« £§?« & *. e .! A njan who lives els,ewbere ,\ Only Three Days Left in Our February Furniture Sale $42.50 2-piece Jacquard Velour Suite, *ible cushions. Floor Lamp Free with Each, Suite. $49.85 Three-piece bedroom suite — ^})ed, vanity and cfcegt — ^walnut Mattress Free with eacl Bedroom Suite $6.95 9x12 Felt Base Hugs, including Arm-. strong's, Gold Seals, and Sanduras. 12rft. Linoleum, Armstrong or per sfluare yard $29.75 9x12 Axmiuster rug, regular price $§0.00 Velvet rugs —^.^... $95.00 Wilton rugs w .,,I w , $50.00 -Asminster rugs _ T - T , Foster Furniture Co. PNIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH [ "Better Fttrmf we For Less'*

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