Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1931 · Page 5
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the college. at a sp«$nt L&fcarre «P flnt entered week treatment, of Mason feu with Sunday for a several her sons Al and Joe. -,„ LVon, Irvlngton, suffer'""I ^wrlst last w«ek Tuea- . M med wr» fe)] ag , l inst him, freshman 8t 'spent last wee* college's spring ivard returned last , T a • »L Marshalltown, where •tth. winter at. the and the Her- spent flun r Ames last spent the spring Nichols, two sons Kent 1U spent Sunday with a . ID, Brunila^es. 1 Mistmch returned .to ... rday to resume studies at '" [vacation at home. T H Holmes spent t vith her .son Holmes-'met'her at ^r^'Ccted'home ' from Chicago, where he i since Saturday, buying for the Goeders store. , _ |\V L. Joslyn. sycamore, 111,, r daughter Louise arrived to spend a few days here on i and visit old-'Mends. , ore Zlttrltsch left Friday for Klnes, where he wlir be em- T again this year by the Des Asphalt and Paving Co. a potter returned to Ames , to resume studies at Iowa | college. She had spent the 1 spring vacation at home. iabelle and Betty Merron, ville, came Sunday to spend tek with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. They are nieces of the Mil- Hoveys spent -Monday .- of Sheriff Hovey -and Edwin, who Is the sheriff's |r? Is In a hardware store, at City.. ia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. iBurtis, returned to Ames yes- 1 to resume her studies. She ten at home since the Christ- lolldays. le Miller, music teacher In the iKhools, was called to New i last Thursday by news that mdfather was dead. She.re- I Monday. • [ P. J. Braner, wife of the new 1 Lutheran pastor, was I'to Hubbard Friday 'by newe I serious Illness of her mother,1 Winter. '•'''. , son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. ireturned to-Ames yesterday me studies after a spring ^va- ! since last Thursday. He lor In forestry. '.' ' . ' |B. L. Hillard, Aurora, • 111., lunday to spend a week with ints, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mrs. Hllllard was Margaret | before, her marriage, | C. B. Murtagh returned Mon- j Ames, where she had been rioay, visiting her father, R, \(\i, curator in the botanical mt of the state college. ' Jerlne, daughter of Mr. and |. J, McC'all, Is expected home ' for a week- of Easter va- She Is a sophomore at the :-Downer girls' college. 10, Madson, who was a pat the Nevada sanitarium for , came home with Mr. Mad- 1 last week. She Is confined seems somewhat im- JFred Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. i, and daughter, and a Mrs. |n,,all of Des Moines, spent ' with Mr. and Mrs. R. W, Mrs. Anderson is Mrs, i mother. . 1 Mrs. H. A. Raw, who had' fere a year, are moving to I They had light housekeeping. •rah the P. Tragera. Mr. Raw f Iwman for the Albert Lea > company. ' Peters, Hurt, assisted by " Kenefick and Crawford, 'per. an appendicitis operation I f the Kossuth hospital on M wn, Burt music teacljer, D. Hodgson. -•.'.. A, Sterlings had a , visit Saturday from Mrs, Mrs. T. C, Felder, where the Sterlings "ved. Mr. Sterling ' furniture store. ""*-, who underwent a at Mercy hospital, three weeks ago, , has to his home sine of the flu. 1 - the house now. , »« Has takeT ot Algona Motor Sales, owned by i/tt. KlitflBle. •Mrs. C. M. Gllllngham, Austin, Minn., arrived last week Tuesday {fr Vlsli her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wheelock. Mr. Gllllhgham, who.Is connected with a Firestone Service Station at Austin, Joined her Ihere for the week-end, antf notfi weiit home Tuesday, W. A. Lorenz, B. A. \Volcott, Chas. 'Lehman, and .Tack Diitton wei*«! at Fort Dodge last Thursday night, attending an open house conducted by the Fort Dodge Selg company,-which handles automobile accessories. Delbert Potter, former Algonlan, Is sales manager. • Mr. and Mrs. , August Obrecht, Spencer, spent Sunday with County Attorney and Mrs. a, B. Shumway, artd made the acquaintance ot a grandson, David Lee, born Saturday. Mr.. and Mrs. Lloyd Mitchell, Emmetsburg',;, we're '"also here', Mrs. Mitchell being- Mr. Shumway's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bockes went to Des Molnes Saturday nlg-ht, returning- Monday. Mr. Bockes sells Skelgas stoves, and the trip was a combined buslneaj and pleasure event. Mrs. Bockes Is n, clerk at the Ghrlstensen store. Mrs. C. J. Scanlan substituted for her Monday. Mr.'>and Mrs. H. W. Pletch and Mrs./K. 'D. • James di-ove ; to Des Molnes Sunday, Mrs. Pletch remained aa guest of Dr. and Mrs. R. J. La.lrd, Mr. Pletch and Mrs. .Tatnes going on to Ottumwa, where Mrs. James visited her daughter,- Mrs. C. B.'.'Nasby, and Mr. Pletch attended to business. The party returned yesterday. •" • Ralph Lamuth, Farlbault, Minn., spent 'Sunday with his parents, Mr. and' Mrs. Matt Lamuth. .Mrs. Lamuth, who had been a patient at the Mrs.- V. Loyd Stebblns 'home a month, was taken home, but is still confined to bed, though somewhat Improved. She Is suffering from heart trouble. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Lee spent Sunday and Monday at Sac City, where they attended the funeral ot Mr. Lee's grandmother Mrs: Mary J. Wine, 87, Monday' afternoon. Death was due to old age.'She was one of the original settlers of' Sac county, having lived there since 1855. Mr. Lee is employed at the Chrlstensen store. ' Graduation pictures of the Livermore high school's senior class were taken at the A. L. Peterson studio last Thursday. There are 11 boys and girls In the class. The "Whltte- more class was here last week Tuesday. In accordance with his custom, Mr. Peterson entertained both classes at Call theater movies. Herbert French, who had been at Seattle, Wash., three years, arrived Monday to'visit relatives till tomorrow, when he will leave .for Philadelphia, where he will be Bookkeeper In a lumber yard. His brother Gordon is In the employ of the same company. Herbert was bookkeeper for a lumber company at Seattle. Gus Sjogren, the grocer, returned last Thursday from Rochester, where he had gone for a medical check-up. Two years ago he suffered from heart trouble and _ complications, and he has been report- Inter- repbrt KOSSUTtt COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA. IOWA ,— . ^__ /•» w ^ ^ I'ns- thls A igcd 5 will sning Fam- mem- a ex- hers, and 6:30 lance ot of i and w. . . 1 you vices. Ols- ssion 3run- Next 9:45; For nday, Good icrof t Palm y and on imun- The Bakers, who have two children, recently moved to Slgourney from Dewltt, where Mr. Baker was receiver of a closed bank. Mr. Baker was formerly receiver ,of closed banks at Bancroft and Swea City. Slgourney Is the family's old home town. A. C. Ferguson and two sons returned to their home at JCeokuk Sunday, after having attended the iuneral last week of the former's 'ather-ln-law, F. S. Norton. Mrs. Ferguson remained for a visit with ier mother. Mrs. Eleanor Norton- Wanser, Danoury, Conn., who also came for the funeral, will remain till early April 9, when she will return Lo her duties as dean of girls In the Danbury high school. Mrs. Geo. G. Cole, of Maxwell, spent two or three days last week with her mother, Mrs. I. G. Dewel, and sister, Mrs. B. A. Thorpe. Her daughter Georgia, Chicago university post-graduate student who recently suffered a severe Illness which affected her ears, has about recovered and- Is again attending classes. Georgia Is a graduate of the Kockfond, 111., girls' college, where excellent work earned for her a scholarship at Chicago. The local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution has Installed flag codes in public places In Algona, Including the public ._ -_!-__ ^^fU ifl 1 •** 1 ^^^r ^^^Km. W ^^^JlJl^ H wf f^V^^ •• Afik^flfc^* I ^•^^ Jc^P*^*""**" fi^^ -, — u Mabel Tliclln, Lawrence Olson, Wed ' Friends here and elsewhere received announcement last week-end of the marriage at Fort Dodge Wednesday, March 11, of Mabel Anna Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emll Thelin, Fort Dodge, to Lawrence A., son of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Olson, of Cresco township, this county. The ceremony was performed at a Methodist church, Fort Dodge, by the Rev. Mr. Semons, and the attendants were the bride's sister, Mrs. Harry' .Torgenson, Fort Dodge, and the latter's husband. The couple made a honeymoon trip by car to Sioux Falls, and thence to Plpestone, Minn., where they visited a sister of the bridegroom, coming home lost week Tuesday. They have rented the Olson farm, and the elder Olsons will move to Algona. The new Mrs. Olson Is a Fort Dodge high school graduate and a former Kossuth hospital nurse. I'luni Creek Girls' Club Meets— A new Plum Creek 4-H girls' club mot Saturday, March 21, at Mary Tjaden's to organize. The following girls were In attendance: Ruth Miller, Marjorie Johnson, Electa Green, refreshmen guests were dnn Donalc Ing, Ruby t\n Yn InVlvfVi MU.III, liuytr Gladys Jen Georglanne McEnroe. Legion Au' The Legl eflt party Thursday r played at 1 being won ami Harry were Mesda Sawyer, Mi tholomew, Edwards. served. Teachers j Mrs. J. C township, teachers Si Dora Carsc Alvena Mil er guests stetter, Le Hullerman, Kriekenbau Jfolfflilwrs Tho Roy tain their ' I. O. O. Each mem PAGE FtVfl . MB ™° DIST ' C. V. Hulso, tor _ The w . H. M. S. meets this afternoon with Mrs. Hemphlll A special program has been arranged, and the annual mlte-box opening will be observed. . . Tomorrow evening tne bunday school Is holding "Family night" at the church. All members of the Sunday school are expected to bring- parents, brot sisters, and other relatives friends, n nd some cats for a dinner. A pronram and a ch to become acquainted with a U,,. „. good people who might like you and whom you might like will follow. . Palm Sunday next Sunday, and you will \v.mt to attend all the services. FIRST LimiKHAN, C. E. ols- son, I'nstor — The Junior Mission Band will meet at Mrs. G. D Brundage's Saturday at 2 p. m. . . Sunday: Sunday school at morning worship at 10:45. Holy AVeek: services Me Thursday (communion), and Friday at 7:4o p. m. . . At Ba for Holy week: services on Sunday, 7:30 p. m., and Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 7:45; or Good Friday, at 10 a. m. (communion service). TlilNlTV EV. LUTHERAN, P. ,|. Braner, Pastor — English services the coming- Sunday forenoon The confirmation of children^llTe con~flrmed-*Emmeu ored reproductions. The codes are Beard, Arthur Boettcher, Alice Gel- mounted ln attractive frames. were served. The Joe, Edna,' and Leo Jor- Roblson, Roberta Sklll- :oepke, Arthur Maas- Curran, Bernlce and 5n, Catherine McEnroe, Qelgel, and Frances Legion hall last and bridge wag Wilson. The hostesses mes Harry Wilson, F. E. .urlce and Fred Bar- fos. Bloom, and H. W. Refreshments were re Entertained—. 3. Mawdsley, Irvlngton entertained eight local Saturday night at bridge, 'on the high score; the consolation. Othi Antoinette Bonn- Krampe, Margaret the catechumens and the following school buildings, St. Cecelia's academy, and the postofflce. The codes give a brief history of the flag and the forms of respect due it. .The question of how to display the flag, as decided by Congressional resolution, Is given and Illustrated In col- lenfeld, and Martin Zimmermann. Suit for $5100 was filed In district The service will start at 1.0. . . German communion will be held on Douglas Riley for alleged damages Good Friday. English communion sustained when the Rlley truck rammed the Hays cart on No. 169 at a point two miles' south of Algona January 8. Mr. Hays listed his will be celebrated on Easter Sunday PRESBYTERIAN, J. L. Coleninn Pastor — Passion-Week services be- claims as follows: cart, $40; horse gin March 29 and run to April 6, killed, $40; harness damaged, $20; inclusive. Starting with morning doctor's bills, $175; mental shock, services there will be worship every $1,000; wages lost, $225; general in- evening of the week (except Saturday) at 7:30. The thoughts of worshippers will be directed to the last moments of our Lord's earthly life. BAPTIST, F. H. 1Vel»st«r, Pastor —The Lord Is in His Holy Temple will be the morning subject next Sunday; evening subject, Behold I stand at the door and knock . . . Hours of service: Sunday school, 10 a. m.; morning worship, 11; B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m.; evening gospel ser- .vice, 7:30. ST THOMAS, Father Eller, Reo. tor — Next Sunday morning: service at 11 o'clock. Ing : at Rochester at regular vals ever since. The latest was encouraging, and he will not have to'go again for nine months. ; :-'Prbf: William Lindsay and Dr.' I. I. .Kolthoff, Minneapolis, -were.here Tuesday and yesterday, guests of the'C. B. Murtaghs. .They were en route home from Milwaukee. Both are with the University of Minnesota and were having a spring vacation. Professor' Lindsay Is an Instructor In the school of music, and Dr. Kolthoff Is head of the chemistry depart- Tribon Is expected ment. Mrs. F. L. an,i 'and . in Kossuth and adjoining r « al8 °, represen ta.Uve WVlce Co -' Wwa reporting and collect- home -tomorrow from Milwaukee, where she has been since January 4, caring for her daughter, Mrs. L. L. Bleakly, who Is sick with heart trouble and rheumatism, and her three sons. David Bleakly, Schaeller, is bringing Mrs. Tribon home by car, and his wife is now caring for.. Mm. Bleakly. Mrs. Tribon will go back In two weeks. • Mrs. 'Jos. Fraser, Sexton, entered the Kossuth hospital Saturday for medical treatment. Gertrude O'Neill, Corwith, underwent a major operation at the hospital Monday. George, son of C. H. Vitzthum, Wesley, entered the hospital last week Wednesday to have a fractured hip reduced. Ellen, daughter of Samuel Miller, Bradgate, underwent a major operation last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal have returned from Brazil, Ind., where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Deal's father, Elza Morlan, a week ago Friday. They were accompanied by Andrew Morlan, Fort Dodge. Mr. Morlan died on his 39th wedding an. nlversary and was buried on his 59th birthday. From there the Deals went, to Dayton, Ohio, to' see Mr. Deal's mother, Mrs. Anna Tenny. Mi-s. C. F. Lathrop, Algona, and her sister, Mrs. Julius Johnson, Humboldt, and a nephew, Kenneth Meusey, also Humboldt, spent Sun. day at Rochester, Minn., another sister, Mrs. Jos. visiting Meusey, Ringling, Mont., who recently underwent a major operation there. Her condition is much Improved. Wayne Meusey, who had-been with the La- throps here, Is now with his mother. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Baker, of Slg- ourney, went home Saturday, after a visit since last week Wednesday with Mr, and Mrs. H. E. Soretedt. juries, $3600. The accident occurred at 5:45 in the evening, and the petition claims Mr. Riley was negligent. Mrs. Clarence Maxwell, Rodman, and her daughter, Mrs. B. D. Fogerty, of the state of Washington, with a little daughter of Mrs. Fogerty, spent Friday with Mrs. Maxwell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. M. Frost. Mr. Frost has been having erysipelas In the face, but was greatly improved .Monday. Mr, and Mrs. Frost left Tuesday for Wi- rock, Minn., where Mr. Frost, who is In his 80's, will on April 1 resume his duties as railroad station agent. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Christensen, Lake Mills, spent the first of the week with the E. A. Wolcotts, Mrs. Chrlstensen and Mrs. Wolcott being sisters. L. G. Wolcott, Mankato, son Daryl, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Naae, Graettinger, were Sunday guests of the Wolcotts. L. G. is E. A.'s father, Mrs. Naae a sister. The Wolcotts recently returned to Algona from Iowa Falls, . and Mr. Wolcott is again salesman for the Kent Motor company. E. A.'s mother died a few weeks ago with erysipelas. Geo. W. Godfrey is in increasing demand as a public speaker. During the winter he spoke at more meetings than ever before. Saturday evening he spoke at an Ames alum nl association meeting at the T. M C. A. building at Mason City. This was his second or third appearance at Mason City within a month. This week Mlnday noon he spoke before the local Rotary club, giving an address on the state university. As member of the state board of edu cation he is deeply concerned iih the present legislative Investigation though the matters complained 01 happened before he was named to the board. Frieda Paetz, Vurla Shaw, Edna Miller, Irene Fitzgerald, Dorothy reen, Mary Tjaden, Helen Paetz, xla Mae Gardner, Lucille Calhoun. Mary was elected president; Ruth, vice president; Edna, historian; >Ielen, reporter; and Marjorie, secretary-treasurer. "The Elite" was. chosen as name for the club. Muriel Bode explained- the club work, which this year will be second-year sewing, leader. Lena Bennett Is the club's Plum Creek Clul> Meets— The Plum Creek' Social and Literary club met last week Wednesday at Mrs. Austin Gardner's, with Mrs. Henry Tjaden as assisting hos: tess and an attendance of 36 mem- ters and ten visitors. Magazine articles were read by Mrs. Harry Seeley and Mrs. George Johnson on Better Gardens, after which a guessing contest appropriate to St. Patrick's day took place and lunch was served. The next meeting will be held next Wednesday evening at Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner's and each member is to take a covered dish. At a meeting on April 15 officers will be elected. i^al Neighbors will enter- husbands or guests at th«, F. hall tomorrow nrght. ibor Is to take a covered dish, and the March division "will serve coffee and sandwiches. To night's regular meeting has been postponed till tomorrow night. Past P. E. O. President Speaks— Mrs. W. B. Quarton .entertained the P. E. O. sisterhood at a covered- •dlsh lunch last week Tuesday even- Ing. Mrs. G. A. Romey, Mason City past state president, spoke on Ob- chorus sing at a county federation meeting) at Lu Verne May 6. Surprise Party Is Given— Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Richardson were happily surprised by 36 relatives and friends Monday night, the occasion being their 27th wedding anniversary. After a program refreshments were served. Doah S. 8. Party Planned— A once-a-month party of the Doan Sunday school will be held at William Green's thie week Friday even- ng. Women are to take sandwiches ind a covered dish. jects and Aims of P. E. O. The Birthday Party Is Given— Jeanette, 12-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sterling, observed her birthday anniversary last week Wednesday by entertaining ten girls from 4 tiil 7 at games', after which dinner was served, the guests seated at a single table centered with a birthday cake. Other table accessories were in keeping with St. Patrick's day. The guests were Evelyn B'ack, Catherine Schoby, tMin- erva Coleman, Dorothy DeMott, Audrey yeoman, Martha Palmer, Lorraine Lattimer, Ellene Riddle, Janet Hertgl, and Rena Bakken. Group gives Three Parties Mesdames R. P. Norton, F. F. Barker, and B. A. Thorpe entertained, at bridge-luncheons last week Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. Each day 32 women were entertained. Tuesday's party was reported In last week's Advance. Decorations at all the parties were in keeping with St. Patrick's day. The 'high bridge scores were won last Thursday by Mrs. H. L. Gilmore, Ella Thompson, and Mrs. M. J. Pool; -Friday by Mesdames C. O. Simpson, R. H. Miller, and Laura Paine.' Effie Egel Observes Birthday— . Effle Egel entertained at a birthday party a week ago Saturday night. The evening was spent at games, and dancing, after which speaker was an over-night guest of Mrs. T. P. Harrington. Woman's Club Tomorrow Night— The Woman's club will meet at the library at 7:30 tomorrow evening- for a program which will include a talk by Mrs. J. O. F. Price on a visit last year to England. There will also be musical numbers. Officers will be elected. Other Society News Mrs. Chas. W. Mayo. Rochester, Minn., was Mrs. h. ti. tjmwtord's dinner guest Friday night. The aim- tor gave an address at a county medical meeting at the hotel that night. Mrs. L. C. Nugent, Mrs. Crawford's sister, Mrs. Daugherty, Rantoul, 111., Mrs. Mayo, and Mrs. Crawford had a foursome of bridge while the doctors were • in session. > Ardls, three-year-old, daughter pf Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kresensky, entertained four friends Monday- afternoon on her birthday anniversary. The youngsters were served refreshments featured by a birthday cake. Guests were Marlyn Keen, Joan Lowe, Merriam Norton and Donald Steele. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith entertained Friday night at three-course dinner. The rest of the evening was spent at bridge. Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews'won the high family score; Mrs. F. E.' Kent and M. J. Pool the consolations. There were 16 guests. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Howie entertained their dinner bridge .club Friday night, and the high scores were won by Mrs. Maurice Bartholomew and W. P. Hemphill, low by Fred Bartholomew and Mrs. H. A. Reimer. There are six couples in the club. The Presbyterian Helping Hand society will meet next Thursday'af- ternoon at 2:30. with Mrs. D. E I I . ' stlne and Mrs. Williams and Mr. Van Alstine IB a banker, Mrs. J. w. Little entertained nine children of her Congregational Sunday school class at lunch at her home a week ago Saturday, and th« lunch was followed by a theater party. -'•''• .'•• The Presbyterian Helping- Hand society will meet n«xt Thursday •with Mrs. C. B. Murtagh; assisting- hostesses, Mesdames Lenore Peck, Carl Wauge, and A. 33. Kresensky. The Loyal Temperance Legion will meet with Mrs. Ellis McWhorter .omorrow afternoon at 4:15. The esson subject will be Why ProM* bltlon Came. The Baptist Loyal Sunday school class will meet this afternoon with Mrs. H. N. Kruse. The February and March groups will entertain. The Halcyon club will meet to« night at Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dewel'a for. a St. Patrick's party. Guest* ir r e expected to tell Irish stories. There will be a'joint Leglon-Aux- iliary. meeting : 'at'the Legion hall at 3 o'clock . tomorrow evening-. After i prograrn, there will be cards. There will be a dance at the I. O. O. F. hall next Thursday night. County Chorus to Practice— '• The county chorus of women's voices will meet for practice next Monday evening at 8 at the Algona library. It is planned to have the Sheehan; assisting hostesses, Mes- Post Mc- dames Bert- Muckey, Hugh Frank Ostrum, and Rebecca .Donald. ' ''' " ' 'Mr. and Mrs. Rex Van Alstine Gilmore City, and their daughter Janet spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs! F. D. Williams Mrs. Van Al- DANCE "I. 0. 0. F. HA1I, THURSDAY, APBIL 2 Kelly's Kcllodlans. Telephone orders promptly filled for , customer. CHAS. R. MILLER Retailer RAWI/EIGH'S GOOD HEALTH PRODUCTS Spices, Extracts, Flavors, Soaps Toilet Articles. Phone 078-.T. ALGONA, IOWA **+•••+*»»••»•»»«•»»»»»»»»»»»«»»»•»»»»**»»»•»•»»»»»»»••»»»»»•»»«»»»»<>»»»< Esthervllle, spent T 6r , unele an( * aunt ; Miner, and Ann S» beekeeper $n she w Esthervl "e. Some as employed at «» satwaay hei: You Can Regain the Silhouette of Youth if You Wear this Corselette* With Adjustable Underbelt at (£"* ••| tr j been there I'featment, but ™>e soon month, to $3-50 ,H r The feeing* «n each- side ;.pf '_the mwterbejt aljovy 'ywSts snug up this Corselette* those extra inches that are often ' n^essary. The special vertica •".' tjfiMRg *° d* underbelt ana ' • hflriawital boning in the outer garment control all diaphragm .-9A4^dp«aM ?«*• Wade ° ' firca, at Moderate Price The longer you wear an Ekcomoor the more you wonder how so fine a coat can be sold at so moderate a price. Ekcomoor's smart looks last forever. For it's tailored that way, It keeps fresh a n d new always — for its fabrics of virgin wool shed dust, wrinkles and moisture. And it wears forever, repaying you for your investment, convincing yP«J ; **, fi l ^ e value to bje found, Ecpnon?ize will* —buy an EkcomourJ ND DAY LUSBY'S NEXT SATURDAY, MARCH 28 We will have a representative of a large manufacturing concern here with a large assortment of Diamonds, Rings and Mountings. Do Yovi Want a. Diamond ? Mr. Laitenberger will have a large and varied v selection and special prices will be made for this_ special DIAMOND DAY. .From manufacturer to consumer, through us. You save one middleman's profit, ft will pay you to come many miles if you are interested in Diamonds. ; DIAMOND RINGS—Mr. Laitenberger will have with him all the newer, up-to-date Diamond Rings in both white gold and Platinum;. You will be interested to see this new selection—just the very smartest things in rings whether you want a moderate priced ring or an expensive one, ii will-pay, you to see Frank Laitenberger. 1 ^ Mountings Do you want your old Diamond mounted in a late style ring? A great many are doing this. You will be much pleased with what Frank has to show you, and better still, you will bo much pleased with the wonderful prices he will make you. *' • Old Wedding Rings IVIade New He will have your old plain yellow or green gold* wedding ring made into a new white gold engraved one. See Frank, he'll tell' you how it is done. " • • ' MANUFACTURER'S PR^CE,— Remember he will make 7011 prices that will save you good 'money. Call us up and make \ date. State the nature of your interest and about what hour you will call. Mr. Laitonbergtjr will give you every attention and show you every courtesy and want to 'see you. v Call Phone 477 I^^^^^W ^^^W^ ^Y^^iLrij^^flPp^K.^ ^^^WH ;, ^^JB^> Jewelry Store -^,v..,%,'^-/i,^.tv».jujten,-y«M»»|,. . , , „ _ .... , . Algona, Iowa . •: « . -*S? f - -&&&.

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