Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1931 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 9, 1931
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KOSSUTtt COTTNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA 200 OLD arm Clocks We will give you for ten days 50c (any old alarm clock you may have—no matter fold—no matter-what its condition. We willal- rou this amount on your purchase of a- new i clock. Just one old clock taken in on each sale. Look Up In the Attic jrout in the garage.; We want your old clocks, and (taut them in the next 10 DAYS USBY'S Jewelry Store lOCALS Clement, ft Brims have reclecornt- I thlr bnrbor shop. , .1. Knclden, rowa City, spent PAGE FTVll the v.-pfk-enil n.t August Strom's. Ethel IGtiBllsh, traclier at Archer, spent th(> Raster week-end at homo, (••ml with J< s l lcnt week- P'i rents a t Audubon. N. V. Lowe attended to business mtittoi-K at Minneapolis Monday ant] TuoKdny. ' Mr. ; , m i Mrs. D. T. Nugent spent thfi week-end with the latter's par- fnts nt Manchester. The T). A. H. will meet with Mrs. •"•>• V. Smith next Tuesday, Mrs. D. n. Pnxson in charge of program. A mooting of the Woman's club .scheduled for tomorrow night has been Indefinitely postponed. The Presbyterian Men's club will meet at Hugh Post's next Wednesday evening at 6:45. The St. Thomas Guild will meet Thursday, April 16, with Mrs. Marie Uchty. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Taylor are parents of a boy, their second child, born Easter Sunday. Mr. and Mra. O. W. Erickson go to Minneapolis tomorrow for the week-end with relatives. The W. R. C. will hold Its April n. meeting of the Boone Rotary club last week MoriVlay, and Mr. Falken- Iminer gave a talk on international relationships. Mrs. ,1. H. Mousey, Rlngllng, Xlonl.., arrived Sunday to visit her Mslei-, Mrs. c. F. Lathrop. She Is on route home from Rochester, Minn., \vhere she underwent a major operation recently. Mrs. J. C. Krescnsky, who had spent several weeks with her son Unvis at Mnnknto, came home Saturday. The Lewis Krcsenakya brought her back and remained for a visit till Sunday. . Dr. and Mi-s.' F. W. Cairy, Sioux City, and a daughter visited the Dr. L. W. Foxes Sunday. They also visited Doctor Calry's brother, Editor S. B. Cairy, Whittemore. Doctor Cairy Is a veterinarian. Mrs. L. W. Fox, her little son Billy Lee, and Mrs. W. S. Windell spent last week Wednesday at Spirit Lake, visiting the former's sister, Mrs. William Scholten. Mrs. Scholten was Florence Danson. Mrs. Susie Bngler, who spent the winter In Chicago with her daughter Edna, Is expected sometime this week. She was at Clinton Sunday, visiting a brother. She makes her home at Mrs. E. ,T. Rawson's. L. E. Llnnan, L. M. Minkler, and H. M. Smith attended a joint Legion-Auxiliary meeting of Kossuth chapter frotn Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gregson and Mr. nnd .V!r». C. L. Hnrvoy nnd their dauphipr Barbara motored to Den MolnftH a week afro Friday to visit rflnllvos.' They also vlsitod Mar- lin'llown relatives. The /S HERE/ our stock is complete in all lines. I We will have for your Sunday dinner all kinds pen vegetables and fruits, including Strawber- I and Mushrooms. not phone us your order and it will be delivered 'our door. ' ' „" .-'•' '." •""'•' ' ' :". : ; '$ fi [will have home baking — Tea Rings, Boston •""i Bread, Cakes, and a Special on Meats. Ellis Runchey ' GROCERIES AND MEATS HOME PNE237 ; •• ' .•;. WE - Mi 31 SOLUTION gt cents i 31 TOOTHPASTE Begalar 50 cents :-: Both For 59 Too save 50 cents. BEGINS SATUBDAY AT 10 A, M." D. JAMES Rexall Store. ^^JB&^^^^^^^^"^^^"^^^^^^^= ^^ ^^^^^^^^^^W^^HWIPPHPPIillPBIIHHIHPiP^^B^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ late Glass meeting next Tuesday evening at 7:30 at the Legion hall. George, son of Mrs. James Kaln, underwent a mastoidltis operation at the Kossuth ^Hospital Friday. Arthur Pearson, Swe a City, entered the Kossuth Hospital last week Tuesday for medical treatment. Mrs. Thomas Lee spent several flays last week at the Kossuth Hospital, taking medical traetment. Mayor and Mrs. C. F. Specht spent Easter Sunday with their daughter Mrs. Harry Larson, of Forest City. - Mrs. C. B. Nasby, Ottumwa, Is expected this week-end to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. James. The W. C. t. U. will meet with Mrs. Wesley Hohn next Tuesday at 2:30, nnd Mrs. Lura Sanders will be leader. The Methodist Woman's Foreign Missionary*.society, will meet with Mrs. Delia Troutman this afternoon at 2 o'clock. • Loraine Tierney leaves this weekend for Des Moines, where she will 'resume studies at a commercial college. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bloke are parents of a girl, their first child, bor n at the Kossuth Hospital Tuesday. Mrs. J. E. Adams, of Woodbine, went home Sunday, after a few weeks here with her son, Dr. A. D. Adams. Miss Marie Carney, cashier at the Graham store, spent Sunday with her mother and sisters at Council •Bluffs. Mr. and Mrn. W. P. French and their little son Donald were Sunday guests o£ the H. A. Frenches at Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Skilling and their daughter Elizabeth spent Sunday evening at R. M. Lindhorst's, east ot Titonka.' •Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert and Mrs. Marguerite Kenefick drove to Des Moines on business Tuesday, returning yesterday. E. W. Lueby returned Tuesday from Des Moines, where he had spent a few days with his daughter, Mrs. H. Pierce Wittmer. Robert Braatz, Mapleton, Minn., visited the Frank Sohallins and the Henry Lavrenzes Friday, en route home from San Francisco. ,Mrs. H. B. Du Plan, Chicago, arrived Saturday for a week with her sister, Mrs. F. D. Williams. Mr. Du Plan epent Sunday here. •Mrs. E. V. Hancher and her son returned Friday evening from N&; vada, where they had spent a week with Mrs. Rancher's parents. Mr. and • Mrs. George Holtzbauer and the latter's daughter, Loratne Tierney, spent Sunday at Mason City with the Bernard Tierneys. E. J. Hough and A. Hutchison left for San Antonio, Tex., _ Monday night to attend to business pertaining to the Geo. L. Galbraith estate. "Dr. and Mrs, Fred Bunker, Paton, came Saturday everting to spend Easter Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. 'S. Lindsay. Mrs. Leo Belloch left a week ago Friday' for Marshall, Minn., to help •care for her father, who was critically sick. Leo spent Sunday with ttfcm. Belle Purvis returned Saturday from three months of visits at points in California and with her sister, Mrs. Grace Ouster, Oak Harbor, Wash. Helmers Helmer has bought the little old house northeast of the Milwaukee depot, and after moving it elsewhere .will-condition It for living purposes. ' Robert Harrington, freshman law student at the University who spent the week-end at home, was recently initiated into Phi. Delta Phi law fraternity. , Beulah and Wlnnebago counties Friday night at Lakota. None of the local Auxiliary members could attend. •Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bckberg, of Boone, and two sons spent Easter with the R. P. Nortons. The Eck bergs moved to Boone from Algona a year ago, and Mr. Eckberg travels for a grocery house at Des Moines. Geraldine Lewis, of Dubuque, Iowa City student, came last week Wednesday with John Shirley to be a guest at the Shirley 'home here till Friday,'when John took her home and spent the week-end there. The Elbert garage-has the agency for Hart-Parr tractors here, and is running an advertisement in today's Advance. These 'tractors are made In Iowa, and they enjoy an establish, ed good reputation among farmers Chas. H. Shilts, Tecumseh, early last week, but 't.h<! fnivuyn I'Pinalned to make their otne al Mnrshalltown. Mrs. Ralph Menzel, Amos, accom- •anted Supt. J. F. Overmyer home vitimlay. Mr. Ovcrmynr had been t Nevada for a few days with his vife, a patient at the Adventlst nnitarium. Mrs. Menxo] Is spend- ncr the week with her parents, Mr. iml Mrs. M. P. Weaver. Mrs. Over- nyer came home with her husband. Dr. tl. A. Evans reports that Mrs. W. F. .Tenklnson, went of town, who uffered a, stroke four months ngo, vas able to walk downstairs Cor the frst time one day last weak. She s steadily Improving, though slow- The Doctor also reports Mrs. Bert Campbell, northwest of town, s seriously 111 with the flu and pneumonia at the Stebbins hospital. Mrs. Ella Laird returned Friday rom Des Moines, where, she had spent the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Theo. Aulman. Mr. nnd Mrs. A-ulman brought her home. Mrs. Uiird has fully recovered from a severe attack of pneumonia which Jhe suffered last winter. Mrs. Blanchard makes her home with Mrs. Laird when the latter is here. Mrs. W. W. Schroyer, Hampton, ind her daughter, Mrs. R. H. Clawson, Duluth, with the latter's two children, brought home Mrs. Vic:or Lowe and her two children from a visit at Hampton Friday. The Lowes had visited Mrs. Lowe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Schroyer, since Sunday. Mrs. Schroyer and the Jlawsons returned to Hampton Sunday. Hartshorn and Hilda on glass »nd serve you wbile y Campbell spent Sunday at the former's home at Swea City. Both are beauty operators employed by Mrs. Edythe Dailey. Mr. and Mrs, G, W. Stillman and their baby daughter Elizabeth Ann spent Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P, Stillman, of Dolliver. Mrs. Al Bloom and children went to St. Paul last week Tuesday' to visit the former's parents. Mr, Bloom will' drive .to Minneapolis Sunday and bring them home. Mr. and Mrs. C. Ov Chrlstensen, St. Paul, came Saturday for several days with Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Clark. Mr. Christensen is a traveling salesman for a refrigerator company. H. B. Kint, Franklin Grove, 111., went home Monday, after several days with his cousin, Mrs. Harry Wilson. Mr. Kint is a traveling drug salesman for a firm in Kansas City. Roderick Darnell, who attends Simpson college, Indianola, spent the week-end with his sister, Mrs. J. E. Mason. He will be graduated this spring. His home is at Ringsted. Lucille Windell, who teaches in the Fort Dodge schools, returned to her duties Monday, after a vacation since last week Wednesday with her parents, dell. Mr. end Mrs. W. S. Win- Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans and their daughter Kathleen returned Sunday night from Pes Moines, where they bad spent the day with Wallace, son. of Doctor and Mrs. Evans. •Lillian, Strom Is spending tbls , week at bo*ne, enjoying a vacation 'from her duties a* Anglian teacher in" the Hartley high 'school JRhere she I? also in charge of toe school library. and his son Bertram spent the. week end with, the former's brothers, Bai- lors Clarence and Frank Shilts Charles, who is in the " plumbing business, was once an Algona far mer. Thos. Maxwell, Dubuque, his daughter Mabel, and Mr. 'and Mrs Paul Fox, Sac City, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Backus Mr. Maxwell is a 'brother-in-law o the Backuses, and Mrs. Fox is their niece. A minstrel show and dance will be given at the academy hall, 'Whitte more, next Tuesday evening, accord ing to announcement elsewhere in today's Advance. Al Menke and Hi Gang will furnish music for the dance. William Hahle, blind law studen at the university, returned to lows City Monday, after,having spent th Easter week-end with his parents west of town. He rode with Rober Harrington, also a freshman la\ student. Dr. and .Mrs. R. R. Kennedy, St Paul, and Mrs. Geo. Rentz, Minnea polls, went home Monday, after few days with Mr. and Mrs. T. C Sherman. • Mrs. Kennedy and Mrs Sherman are sisters, and Mrs. Rent is their cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cullen Oelwein, and their son Terence spen Sunday with the A. Streits, Mr Cullen being a daughter, of Mr Streit. They also visited Mr. Cu len's .parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. £ Cullen, Whittemore. Opal Cronin, who teaches at Elm hurst, 111., returned to her dutie Monday, after a visit with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronin since Friday. She will return t Elmhurst next September to teach again in the third grade. Alberta Green, Omaha, spent Sunday, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Green. Sadie, another daughter, stenographer at Waterloo, was also here. Charles T. Griffith, Dubuque, and Leonard Olson, Waterloo, were other Sunday guests o£ the Greens. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Call, Des Moines, and their son Ambrose brought home Dorothy Hutchison Friday and spent the week-end with the A. Hutchisons. Mrs. Hutchison and Mr. Call are sister and brother, Dorothy had spent several weeks with the Calls. Anna Steussy returned Sunday night to McGregor to resume teaching, after a week's • spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Steussy. She enjoys her work at McGregor, and will be there again next year, having been re-elected. She Is a..primary'teacher. . Miss- M. J. ,Coate returned' last : Thursday from' Des Moinest where she had spent the day. She went to Nevada last week Tuesday with Supt. Overmyer, 'and spent Wednesday with him and Mrs. Overmyer, the latter being a patient at the Adventist sanitarium there. Coming home from a jaunt Sunday, Geo. F. Mahoney Jost his fishing tackle box. It was later found by a Rlngated doctor, who brought it'to Algona Tuesday and returned it to Mr. Mahoney. Ownership was identified by Mr.'Mahoney's fishing license, which was in the box, Alma Schroeder and Lydia Meyer, Spencer, spent Sunday with friends here. Both were employed here-till a month ago, when they went to Spencer, where they are now employed. Alma was employed at the Elk Cleaners, and Lydia was employed at the M. M. Morrow home. Mrs, Ralph Horigan will go to Des .Moines tonight for a visit till Sunday with her mother, Mra. Fred Anderson. Thelma Horigan returned to Minneapolis Monday, after a week with 'her parents. She is secretary at the Blake school, Minneapolis, private school for young boys. Mrs. Alta Stiles, Charles City, and her three sons went home Sunday, after a week with the former's mother, Mrs. L. E. Potter. Dr. and Mrs. Ray Potter, of Schaller, and their four children also were Sunday guests of 'Mrs. Potter. The Doctor, who is Mrs. Potter's son, is a veterinarian. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Goeders are parents of an 8-lb. boy, born Saturday. They have three other boys, Jerome, Robert, and Maurice, Mr. Goeders Is an insurance writer; and •Mrs. Goeders was before her marriage, Violet Asbelford. Mrs. Henry Aman Is caring for Mrs. Poedere and the baby. Charles Akre, freshman law student at the university wbe spent the Buster .weekend'at home, Speaking of crack shots, Arthur Helberg who operates a garage across the street west of the courthouse, is entitled to mention. Last Thursday he was out in the country and eaw a crow within shooting distance. He had a revolver, which he tired at'the'bird, and somewhat to his. surprise he killed it. It was 57 steps from the point where he stood to the dead bird. Mrs. F. S. Norton and her daughter, Mrs. Eleanor Wanser, Daln- bury, Conn., went to Keokuk Saturday to spend a few days with Mrs. A.. C. Ferguson, another daughter. From there they will go to New Windsor, 111., to visit'a sister of Mrs. Norton. Mrs. Wanser will return thence to Danbury to resume her duties as dean of hi«h school girls and her mother will remain for a few weeks with the sister. Dr. and Mrs. Don P. Grettl, Chicago, spent Easter with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Vohs. Doctor Gretti is research -chemist for Swift & Company, and Mrs. Gretti, who was Edris Vohs, is still studying music In the city. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vohs, West Bend, and their children, Janet and Carol Jean, were also guests of the elder Mr. and Mrs. Vohs Sunday, Carl being a son. Carl and his father own a drug store at West Bend. The Kraft-Mlsbach partnership expired Saturday, and in accordance with the firm's advertising the store was. closed that night. Leighton Misbach and William Titus flew their Eagle Rock airplane to Fairmont Sunday, and brought back Jos. Misbach'e brother R. G r to help dls- By Eva W. Streit. Cora Miller, Guy Mimtw, Wed— Mrs. Cora D. Miller and Guy R. Mantor were married Easter Sunday l>y the Rov. George Davis at the Mason City Presbyterian manse. They wcr» attended by Mrs. Miller's daughter Maureen and Fred Schrub, of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Mantor then spent several days at Mason City before coming to Algona Tuesday. .Tuesday njght they left for Sioux City, and thence they were to leave for a month of visits in the west. Upon their return they will make .their home with Mrs. Mantor's mother, Mrs. Fred Phillips. Mrs. Miller formerly comlueteU a beauty shop in a room under the Algona hotel. Mr. Mantor has for many years been an Algona real estate agent. Algona Couple Married— Rachael Clayton and Robert Stiles were married Saturday at Emmetsburg. The ceremony wa s performed at the Methodist parsonage by the Rev. Mr. pruitt. Mrs. Alta Stiles, of Charles City, Robert's mother, was the only attendant. Rachael l s the daughter of A. E. Clayton, Clresco township farmer, and- was bor n and reared here. Sh«' was graduated from the Algona high school two years ago, and for the last several months has been the stenographer for the county welfare worker, Mrs. Elinor T., Button. Robert has been employed at the Quarton & 'Bosworth farm for several years, and will continue at work there. The new Mrs. Stiles will continue her work at the county welfare office. After the ceremony Saturday the couple went to Mason City to visit relatives, and then went on for a visit at Charles City. They will come late this week. P. C. Club Entertains Families— The Plum Creek Social and Literary club entertained 'the families at Mrs. Ethel Gardner's' last week Wednesday night; Mrs, Maude Jer- geneon, assisting hostess. Cari Hutchins was chairman of the menu committee, and Ray McWhorter of the program committee. The following program was given: vocal music, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McCorkle and Juanlta Martin; reading of a sale bill, Ross Calhoun; Skit, The Census Taker, Laura and Hugh Raney; vocal selection, Donald McCorkle; reading, Spotlight, Hugh Raney; reading, Go Quick, Rosie! Lela Seeley; play, Hanging Out the Wash, Nellie McWhorter and lone Bacon. After the program a covered-dish lunch was served. The next regular meeting will be at Mrs. Young's next Wednesday, when there will be election of officers. Made of COP-R-LOY The Copper Alloyed Steel ,,,\ AGAIN IMPROVED! Chonneldmin ROOFING Hail-proof, Fire-proof, Lightning-proof and LEAK-PROOF by the High Pressure Water Test Not even a Ugh pressure water hose — tog molt severe test known — can .... severe test /known — can mate Chameldrain Itakl The new . patented drain channel carries away every drop of moisture, leaving the interior dry and tight. at*.u.& Pmt-Ofl. For lifetime roofing service, apply the new Improved Channeldrain, made of COP-R-LOY, the Copper Alloyed Steel, and thoroughlf protected with a durable coating of pure zinc. Fire-proof, lightning-proof— belt known protection against leaks. Costs no more than ordinary roofing—worth a whole lot more to you because Channeldrain fvf* for itself through extra years of trouble-free service. You will be surprised Low cheaply you can end your roofing problems'. Come in and let us estimate your requirements the remaining stock and The distance was covered pose of ftxtuVes. e?.ch way in 35 minutes. The Kraft- Mlsbach company had been In business here more than 30 years. The store will remain closed till further announcement. Milton Pringle, auctioneer for many years at Lakota, was an Algona visitor Monday. In the last ^Advance there was an account of the death of his aged father in a fire resulting from the explosion of a can of gasoline. The younger Mr. Prlngle made an heroic attempt to save his father, -who was apparently suffocated by smoke. Two of the son's fingers were badly burned, ana he also suffered severe leg burns. He had a coat hanging in the house, and a wallet containing- $76 In currency was destroyed, The Rotarians and the Kiwanians are uniting tonight to entertain the boys of high school-age in the public schools and 'St. Cecelia's academy at a banquet at the Woodman hall a,t 6:36 o'clock! .Supt, Overmyer, G. S.' Buchanan, chairman of the' commuhty service and boys' work committee of the Rotary club,' and someone whose name' has not been learned who represents the Kiwanls club in like capacity are in charge. The main speaker will be the Rev. Myron L. Boozer, former pastor of the student Presbyterian church at Ames, now. engaged in work with Presbyerlan young people; in the colleges of the 'state, Pres. W. C. Dewel, of the Rotary club, and Prea. H, W. Miller, of. the Kiwanis club, will Bpeak briefly. H. M. Smith and J. S. Auner related experiences of the World war . recently elected of the ft* Sigma, Phj. social fraternity Cltjr at the regular last Thursday. Kiwanis luncheon Mr. Smith told of Booster Sleeting Is Held Here— A county Booster meeting was held at the local I. O. O. F. hall Monday evening by the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs under the direction of district Vice President Guy M. Butts, of Wesley, and between 150 and 200 members of lodges, in the county attended. The program consisted of a' reading by Christina Gould, a dance by -Maribelle and Mildred Reimer and Maxlne Larson, and a play, 'Hen-Pecked Holler Gossip," by local Rebekahs. Light refreshments were served, and the remainder of the evening was spent at dancing. The Booster meetings are held once a month, the lodges in the county alternating as hosts. •Algonian's Parents Wed 50 years— Mr. and Mrs. Hans Duus, retired farmers at Graettinger, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sunday at the home of a daughter at Laurens. They have three sons and seven daughters, all of whom were, in attendance. Mrs. Geo. W. Godfrey la one of the daughters. A sister of Mrs. Godfrey, Mrs. Thos. Hurd, Winter, S. D., and her husband came from Laurens to visit the Godfreys, and Mr. Hurd was a guest of Mr. Godfrey at the Rotary club's hoon luncheon Monday. Golden Wedding is Observed— Mr. and Mrs. Bert Muckey entertained at a three-course dinner last Thursday night in honor of the Golden Wedding anniversary of Mrs. Muckey's parents, Mr, and Mrs/ Ed Killion. The tables were decorated in yellow and white, Mr. and Mra. Killion have, five children and eight grandchildren. The children are: Mrs. Muckey and Luke Killion, Algona; James KUllpn, Sioux City; Frank Killion, Davenport; Mrs, Orvllle walker, Rock Island,'111, Neighbors Give Surprise Party—* Hugh McMahon was Friday night, when ten surprised neighbors the pranks played by men at a camp in the South. Infractions of army rules were frequent, and the offenders were not always caught. Penalties were severe and, compared with those of civilian life, extreme. A petty crime that might be overlooked in civil life sometimes meant years In a' federal penitentiary: Mr. Auner : told of life in a Great Lakes naval training camp. He. served in bookkeeping and administration offices. Mr. Auner recalled the. flu epidemic, in which thousands at the camp died. Alvin Huenhold was introduced as a new members of the club. Chester Stoner recently had an unusual experience with a Pord. To make it go faster he inserted a high-geared ehift by cutting off part of the drive shaft and inserting the shift at the end- This Increased the speed enormously, and if he had been at Palm Beach he could have shown them all the way. He figured that he had the car geared to run ISO miles an hour, but to test it he jacked, up the rear wheels, the roads hot being in condition for fast driving, and started the engine. The contraption worked beautifully, but just as Chester, who was standing in the rear, yvatching the wheels go roundj was congratulate ing himself on bis Invention he noticed missiles of various shapes and sizes passing him; at great speed, and on investigating discovered that the/ wheels had been going so fast that the tires bad been ruptured and were tearing off in chunks. Luckily none of the pieces hit him. Chester is no\$r convince^ that be baa discovered, ,tbe secret a Fp/4 £ujt fee, a dropped in, the occasion being his | •53rd birthday anniversary. The evening was spent at cards, after which lunch was served. Attending: Wallace McArthur, Roy Cook, Floyd Gardner, Tom Reid, Otto ' Loabs, William Dodds, John Reid, Delos Gardner, Ben Reid, and Vern Gross. Other Society News The Presbyterian Missionary society will meet n/xt week Thursday afternoon at 2:30 with Mrs. James Godden and topics for study will be the Negro in America and Africa. Bach member Is asked to take a covered dish and a few sandwiches; also her own dishes and silver. Mrs. Harry Wilson entertained the N. B. bridge club last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Wesley Dutton was a guest. Bridge was not played, but the afternoon was spent informally, after which there was lunch. Anna Buss entertained the A. p. bridge club last Thursday night..The high scores were Von by . Irene Vaudt and Rachael '-'felay ton, who were guests of the olubi;•' Skinny? GAIN 3 IBS, IN 7 DAYS QRJQPAY Tuberculosis and other dangerous conditions are the result of insufficient weight. Build yourself (into a red-blooded, healthy, normal tnaa or woman -with a zest to meet life's problems. Jfcm't be vyeafc, discowr- aged and run down. The radioac tive yitajwjtos ft, ,Q apd Mr- vjf I,-. Botsford Lumber Co. M. J. FOOL Phone 256 Algona, Iowa 4Cheer up! Clean up! Now! It's Spring! Happy days ahead.Especially if you have these necp. sary aids to housecleaning— and if you buy them now at A'&P's special low prices. No matter when the task is to begin, buy your supplies now and save. Lux FLAKES 21 c Climax Wall Paper Cleaner 3' Little Pelton Brooms . . EACH QQ C Old Dutch Cleanser . 3 CANS 1Q C S.O. S. Cleanser 2 pKGs.23c Camay Soap . 3 CAKES 17c P & G Soap Bowlene. 8 S& L 10c Drano . . A & P offers • wid* ••IcoUen of household n«*d« *t prieM that • r«*l •ooaemy. EIGHT O'CLOCK MILD AND MELLOW THERE'S ONLY ONE EXCUSE for being cheerful before breakfast-—the thought of 1 • \ •' • your favorite A & P Blend of coffee, steaming hot. Enough to make anyone break out in long. ', Remember, ''the tofft* .you like best is the fat, mo matter what it co$ts". ;n 25c (|^J| RED CIRCLE RICH AND FULL-BODIED B O K A R EXQUISITELY AROMATIC AND FLAVORFUL C&H PURE CANE lOOLb. Bag SUGAR $4.95 Rajah Salad Dressing Pink Salmon ... Macaroon Sandwich Del Maiz Corn . PINT 3*8 23c 29c F.RVITS 4JV0 VEGETABLES 100 Lb*. Beet Sugar . . $4,75 2$ Lb». Cane Sugar f . $1 28 10 Lb§. Can* Sugar . , A*P Food Stores — •<—..*•

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