Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1931 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 9, 1931
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COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA At Moderate Prices n,»ns vou-wanted a new car this Spring, but eco- fir- conditions prevented that. Well, the next best li to do is to bring your auto to us, let us give it Ipxnert "once over" and then we'll estimate on I repair work that may be necessary. You'll find B quite reasonable here. iree Used Car Specials Chevrolet Coach Chevrolet Sport Coupe Ford Tudor [OHLHAAS BROS. Phone 200. UNIVERSAL DIT COMPANY ^ Announces the At low cost to Ford time buyers organization as authorized Ford lers will be pleased to extend the lUCC PLANS ' ford Economy—Ask for leaflet ient Motor Co, Algona, Iowa Everything Looking Up Business is good, The store is crammed full of i, i,?. 00 * 1 ' and they are all paid for. So this old man 8 81ttln e on top of the world, I am like an old race horse, stiff and ornery In the hhwr i g> bUt when l get warmed up in the race, oh .J VT ll " l llke to **>, !*«»»>< move. I like to bar- nrioo fl to make a *ood buy, a Wg buy, put the Pfice down, and then see how many I can aell in a day | a week, it is sport-tor me, I enjoy }t. d<ttm U fi, n ° W X have a real deal * or the ladies—180 chiffe Iuu ' rasl »loned pure silk hose. They are eervice Ion ' a " the new light Bhades, the ««ular price of these beautiful „ • ln two ln t be middle, You can have any 1 any colo «-. as long as they last, at 75c a pair. . we so ' d a W0rl <* ot ton °y slippers at t w * >9B< Now J W P««ing on a $2.98 sale. eqn made a wh ale of a buy, a genuine clean- umns v s of STOB ^t high-toned etraps, ties, and to IBM C° u wiu '«n« slippers In this bunch worth up up .„ V ut y° u we going to buy them at $2.98. Sizes deals i an<J wldths from AA. to D. These kind of * Neviiie'« T * keeps * b e cash register ringing at wosti M the cUsrk e busy and the customers «oonbl t » r ^ nearly thrush, house-cleaning and will store «ww " natMred enou 8l> to help a little In the ww house-cleaning she gets pretty fussy." anfl &re workjln £ Hne - Ed te general over? 4 „;.; ^ to lt that every thing is working right. I , aJw»v e ? houee without Ed. Ralph to doming Wends. plea8ant . and I notice he has a bunch of usual r ' ° ur he ? boy, Is ,dolng better than and cpntented and I am quite be a man before his mother yet. Any of the Sang will toe glad tp wait on your at Neville', Shoe Store LAKOTANSAND GUESTS HEAR FRANK MILES Lakota, Apr. 7 — Lakota Legion nnd Auxiliary members •• were hosts Fi-ldny evening to members of Kossuth and Wlnnebago county posts. Though win Hpol'.ed the weather, 200 attended. Stnto Commander Cnhlll wns unable to be present, «ml Frank Miles, editor of the Legion stnto paper, gave the address. I. jg. Wortmnn gave the address of wol- come, and Ray Murray, Wlnnobago county, responded. Short talks were riven by Kossuth commander H. A. Drench, of Tltonka, and Wlnnebago iommnmler Nels Olson, of Rake, md Mrs. Ida Larson, Swea City state publicity chairman of the Aux- llary. The musical numbers Included a bnss so! 0 by Jerry Ukena, solo )y Mrs. Florence. Costlgan, piano- tie by Mrs. Grace Shortenhous, Wlnnebago count, and a quartet by Mesdames Hodtlnnd, Johnson, Schro- ler, and Hnmquist, accompanied by vfrsT Jerry Ukena, Lakota. Follow- ng the program lunch was served by the Presbyterian Missionary so- floty, after which every one attended a movie at the World theater through courtesy of Manager Ogren. SOUR and Communion Service— A song and communion service at the Methodist church at 7:30 Friday evening Included the following program: Hymn, 'Beneath the Cross of Jesus; prayer, the Rev. Mr. Johnson and response by the choir; Into the Woods My Master Went, mixed quartet, Miss Muller, Mrs. Johnson, William Clemans and the Rev. Mr. Johnson; Go to Dark Gethsemane, *ioir; scripture, Mark |14, What more could he do?; solo, by Miss Muler with choir on chorus; talk, Holy Week, the Rev, Mr. Johnson; For You and for Me, quartet; candle ight communion service; hymn, Tis Midnight on Olive's Brow. Acorn Club Going to Tltonka— Mrs. Gus Torine was hostess to the Acorn club last Thursday with 20 attending. Roll call was on favorite songs, and the program included song, America the Beautiful; paper, America in Music Today, Mrs. Olga Wortman; paper, Music Modernized, Mrs. Margaret Powers; one minute talk by each member on, How Music Has Enriched My Life. The club has received an invitation to ,1 one o'clock luncheon, Thursday April « from the Titonka Woman's club, and the Acorn club will give the program. ' Easter Services at Churches— Appropriate services were given at all the churches Sunday morning At the Presbyterian eight adults and eight children were baptised and 22 young folks and seven aduitfc received into church membership, At the Methodist there were two in. fants and three young folks baptis ed, and six young folks and two adults taken into church member ship. Both church choirs gave Eas ter cantatas in the evening. Lunch was served to the Methodist choli in the dining room after the advice. been sick with qutrizy, but is recovering. The Will Kelnltza are visit- Ing them also and helping with the work. Mr. and Mrs.. Arthur Schwanebeck and daughter Ruth, of Minneapolis, were Raster guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Frerking. Mrs. Schwanebeck is a sister of Mrs. Frerking. Harry Wright, who recently mov : ed to Algona, was In'Lakota Friday. Hurry is a son of the late W. A. Wright, who was at one time Kossuth county treasurer. Harry is selling Bankers Life Insurance. Mrs. I. B. Wortman and the Misses Carsteu, Muller and Davidson were Mason City shoppers Saturday. The B. R. Hurleys spent Sunday fternoori at Rlngstcd visiting the 'orsons. The Rev. and Mrs. Schaper, of lontgomery, were guests of the ev. and .Mrs. Johnson, Saturday, lie men were classmates at Garret nstltute. The Rev. and Mrs. Frerking took ielr daughter Violet and Henrietta Iclerks back to Dubuque Tuesday, here they will continue their school ork Miss Carson spent Saturday and unday with her parents at .St. Anar. She returned Sunday even- ng. The Bob Hoitlands, of Buffalo Conor, and the Albert Smiths, of Pom- •oy, were Easter guests of the C. I. Smiths. I5d Hulterstrunv, of Baraboo, Wis., isited the Gus Torines, Friday. He a brother-in-law of Gus, and formerly lived at 'Bancroft. Emma Gutknecht, her parents, he August Gutknechts, and Mrs H. Warburton, were Algona shop- ers Saturday. The P. L. Koppens visited the Mrs. Win. Tiirlcy's Mother 111— Mrs. Turley's mother, Mrs. Jens wold, suffered another heart attack last Thursday, but is somewhat Im proved. Her youngest daughter Ruth ••and husband, B. C. Petsch, o Wichita, Knas., came Saturday for a visit. Mr. Petsch went home Sun day and Truman Turley accompan ied him. Mrs. Petsch will remain for a longer visit. Mrs. Jenswold was 71 Saturday, nnd Sunday many friends from Fenton, Rake, Fairville called to offer, congratulations. Woodmen Clean Their Hall— Last week. Wednesday members o the Woodman lodge spent the day cleaning the hall and leveling the awn, planting shrubbery, repairing Building, chairs, etc. Royal Neigh oors helped clean the inside of the building and at noon served dinne to the 40 workers. Women Plan Achievement Day— The Ledyard township Farm Bu reau women met with Mrs. Et Knoner Friday afternoon. Murie Body, H. D. A., was present am helped with Achievement day post ers. Car Upset on No. A car in which John Spear, Car Johnson, and Bpn Amelsburg wer riding upset on No. 9 just east o Lakota Sunday evening. No one wa iserlously hurt, but the car top was wrecked, Sister of Fred Stubbe Sick- Fred Stubbe, who works fo lharles Gutknecht, learned Satur day morning of the serious illnes of his sister at Rochester, Minn. H' left at once for her bedside. Niece of Henrietta Klelst Dies- Henrietta Kleist learned Tuesda; that her niece, Mrs. Pauline Dick man, died March 28 at the home o her daughter, Mrs. Henry Rust, a Everett, Wash. Z Churches Observe Good Friday- Good Friday services were hel at the Lutheran and Presbyteriar churches at 10 a. m. Special musi was given at both churches. Other Lakota. Mrs. Dickman was born In Avoca Wis.. 70 years, ago. She marrle< the Rev. Henry Dickman in consin, and they later came to -liv in Iowa. After his death she cam to Lakota, then Germania, wher she built the house now owned b the creamery company and occupie by the Nick Behrends. Mrs.. Dick man's parents, the .Gotlieb Rose nau's came, to Iowa in 18)84 an lived on a farm 20 miles northeas of Algona. Later when this tow was started, they came here, wher they lived till a«10, when they mov ed to Lynden, Wash. Mrs. Rose nau Is still living, though about 90 Besides the' daughter, with whom she lived, Mrs. Dickman Is sui vived by a * on > t 116 Rev - Henry Dick man, of Portland, Ore, Mrs. F. O. Johnson's parents, th Prlngles, her sister Naomi and an aunt, Helen Moore, all of Knoxville came Saturday to spend Easte •Sunday afternoon they went to Swet City to visit the McNeils. Mrs. W Nell was a teacher of Mr. Pringl and they enjoyed talking over ol toes- They left for home Mo» day morning. Mr. and Mrs. J, p. at the Ed week ago Sunday- lartin unday. Beckers near Irvington The Guy Beemers visited relatives n Albert Lea last week. PAGE THRfiB ed at Albert Behhke's over Easter. The boys thence returned to Chicago, both being students at a teachers' college at River Forest. Mr. and Mrs. James Walker and their son Harold drove to Alexander and spent a day lasj: week with the Carl Walkers and Arnold Roupcs. The boys recently opened a general store there. Miss M. D. Schili!, high school leacher, spent the week-end at her ionic at Fort Dodge. Delores Finnell, teacher at Rock Falls, was a week-end guest of her parents, Mr. ind Mrs. R. H. Finnel!. Bernard ,1. Schreler has returned from Plpestonc, Minn., where he spent severa.1 weeks, helping n brother get settled on a farm after removal from Remsen. Rosella, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Higglns, was at home over the week-end. She is taking nursing at Sioux City. Lillian^ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heldenwlth, clerked at the candy department at the Zumach meat market Saturday. Carl Voight Sr. went by rail Saturday to St. Ansgor to visit for some time at his son Carl's. Abe Kenne, Des Moines, has been a Whittemore visitor for a week or eo. WHITTEMORE B, B.TEAMIS COMPLIMENTED Whittemore, Apr. 7—Last week uesday the following deeply appre- iated letter was received by the iris of the Whittemore basketball earn; "Ottosen, Mar. 30—Dear Members f the AVhlttemoi-e Girls' Team: We, he members of the Ottosen girls' earn, wish to congratulate you on our success in the state tourna- nent. We want you to feel that we vere pulling for you to win, regard- ess of the fact that it seemed that ve took our defeat by you at West Bend in a poor attitude. "Your success in the tournament ather shows the general quality of he teams of this section. We feel hat if you hadn't been eliminated iy Centerville you would have re- eived first. We also want to congratulate you on your all-state umping center. "Signed—Isabel Gregerson, cap- ain; Lois Forrester, ^Gundrun -.ongseth, Esther Bakke, Adelle Jacobson, Louise Leitl, Orville Knutson, Wylma Gregorson, Bertha .ovlg, Mildred Enockson, Mary ,eitl, Verna Holt." Foster-Brother to be Priest — Thomas Carmody has received an nvitation to attend the ordination and first mass of the Rev. Robert armody Boyle, who will be ordained by Cardinal Muridelein at Chicago. The new priest's first mass will be said next Sunday at the Church of Saint Clara, Chicago. A dinner to follow will be served at the Hayes hotel, and there will be a reception at the same hotel in the evening. Father Boyle was reared as a foster brother of Mr. Carmody, and his early schooling was received at Emmetsburg. Y. P. Society Now lumbers ,87— A Young People's society meeting was jjheld last week Wednesday evening at the St. Paul's Lutheran school, and five new members were received: Lydia Meyer, Rudolph Hahn, Rudolph Rode, Bernard and Alfred Bell. There are now 37 mem- There Is to be a boys' kitten- 'NORMAL 1 GIRLS IN ALGONA H, S, HEAR PROGRAM The Normal Training club met Tuesday, March 24, In 'Miss Wilson's room, and after a business meeting the following program, pre pared oy Thelma Guy and Margaret Laabs, was given: Poem, Better Than Gold, Margaret Laabs; play The Merry Microbe—teacher, Edith Curran; microbe, Nina Shackelford Johnny., Frederika Girres; nurse Edna Jordan; pupils, Lucille Sill Maxine Devine, Helen Hawkins From the amount of sneezing and coughing that was heard it seemed evident that there was an epidemic of colds, and from the looks of the girls' eyes one could conclude tha pinkeye was also prevalent. A thicc program number was a song, How They Grow, pianist, Hazel Casler This v/as entirely a, health program Athletic Show nt High School— On Thursday, March 2C, there was an athletic show at the high school First was a- performance by the seventh grade boys. This group showed that even if they are s mal they can do stunts. Next the higl school boys played games, and they were followed by boys who put on a 'tumbling act. In this there wen stunts performed by one and twi persons. The tumbling was follow ed by work on the horizontal bar he parallel bars, and the horse n this act were many good stunts ind some of the boys looked as f they were veterans. This wa ollowed by boxing.and the boy 'lit into" each other like young wild cats. A game of basketball betwee: the east and the west sides of tow ended the event. The track boys are working have and some of them are beginning t ook like winners in their particula events. Teachers Oo Away lor Easter— Miss Messenger spent her sprin vacatio at Belle Plaine and Siou 2ity; Ivilss Krampe, her home Baxter.; Mr. and Mrs. Ward, wh .vere accompanied by Miss Fulto and Miss Dallanger, got stuck in snowdrift near Carroll while the .vere en route to Red Oak; Mis Messer was at Eldora a few day and spent the rest of her vacatio at Humboldt, her home; Miss Hor ivas at her home at Maulton. Band Practicing- for Concert— The band is practicing some num bers for a concert to be given a the high school building April 1 Last week A Summer's. Night i Hawaii was practiced. This was descriptive piece. Early in the even Ing the strumming of guitars heard, later the chimes, then th roar of a cannon, finally ttie Hawai be revarnlshed where their feet ave.worn a path. Hazel'Casler, Wllma Behrendf*, a-.-;*aret Laabs, and Dorothy Johnon dio their practice teaching humiay and Friday, March 190. All girls who did not do their I'actice teaching March 19 and 20 ad to spend two days of their prlng vacation teaching. The next Normal Training club iccting will be on April 14. AUTO AND BUS IN COLLISION NEAR SEXTON Sexton, Apr. 7—An accident hap- ened Saturday morning, when a 'ord sedan driven by William Cirschbaum and the Mason City us, going east at 9:30, collided. Mr. iirschbaum. was coming from the ast and when he attempted to turn outh on the Lu Verne road to his ome a block south his car was hit y the bus. The sedaa was wrecked eyond repair, .the wnole front end icing stove in and the front wheels emolished. A running board and onder were torn loose on the bus. VIr. Kirschbaum was not much urt. Shower Honors Leola Hnff— Ha Olson entertained Saturday at i miscellaneous shower in honor of jeola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs ohn Huff Sr., a mile north of Sexon, who is shortly to be married to Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Austin ardner, near the Plum Creek switch. Eighteen women attended nd the afternoon \vae spent at ?ames and contests, after which 3la hunted for gifts. The guests had been given paper butterflies nd these were pinned to the gifts vhich were then hidden in three rooms. Lunch wound up the event ball team again this year. Bernice Balgeman was elected yell leader, Edna Schultz and August Vaudt were assigned to a refreshments committee, and Lillian Heidenwlth was made -score-keeper. Store Has Basketball Display— A basketball exhibit was recently fixed up by the high school home economics class in one of the display windows of the Fleming hardware store. Dolls were used as play 1 - ers, and they were dressed in the colors of the school, purple and gold. The, basketball, which the local girls won in a recent county tournament, trophies won at sectional and district tournaments, and the trophy and basketball won at the state tournament were in the exhibit. Play Draws Record Audience — A .play. Who Wouldn't Be Crazy?, at the Presentation academy Sunday evening drew one of the largest audiences ever seen at the academy. Next Tuesday evening, a mtnstre! show and, dance will take place at the academy, and the attendance of the public is Invited. Perform Operation lor Appendicitis Mrs. Claude Pugsley, west ,ol town, was operated on for append!' citis at the McCreery hospital one day last week. Rodman Nine Coming Sunday— The local baseball team had its first practice Sunday. It will .play Rodman here next Sunday. Other Whittemore, Robert C. Braatz, his nephew Walter Zabel, Mrs. Louis Braatz and Mrs. Emelle Heldenwith left Monday In the Braatz car for Milwaukee. Walter^ who served as chauffeur for his uncle on a recent trip to California, lives at Milwaukee and' will remain there. Mrs Louis Braatz is visiting her sister Mrs. John Kourt, and other relatives, and. witli Robert will return sometime next week. Mrs. Heidenwith will stay for visits with atives and friends. Beulah Carlisle drove home, arriving last weeJs Monday, to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Carlisle. Roy Wadlelglig Lose Daughter— News was received Monday of the death of little Mary, 22-months-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wad- eigh, who recently moved to Indl- ,na from the W. A. Dutton farm a the west edge of Sexton, -now occupied by the Albert Grosenbachs. The saby contracted the flu, after which she was taken with the measles, ant she was not strong enough to stanc both. The Wadleighs lost their only son, Richard, less than a year ago and have left a girl of seven. Mr Wadleigh was critically sick with the flu when the baby died. Gladys Paetz In Near-Accident— Gladys, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Emmet Paetz, came near having a serious auto accident Saturdaj morning. She was coming from th west and was turning from the pav ing to go north on the Lu Vern road two miles to go to her hom when a car coming from the east a a fast pace hit her car in the rear Little damage was done and no on was hurt. Enlarged Heart Troubles Youth— Ray, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H Huff Sr., is in a serious conditio with enlargement of the hearf, H has been sick for some time and wi have to remain in bed at least si weeks longer. Ice packs are kep around his heart. He had a spe similar to this one two years ag and was also bedfast at that time. Friends Meet After 88 Tears— Mrs.'Bob Young enjoyed a vis! last Thursday and Friday from Mn B. F. Burling,, of Dunlap, and th latter's daughter, Mrs. Charles Er ickson, both of Corwith. 'Mrs. Bur ling and Mrs. 'Young are old friend but they had not seen each other be for in 38 years. Ruth Miller to be Graduated— Ruth Miller returned to Siou City Monday, after an Easter vaca tlon';with her parents, Mr, and Mr W. Z. Miller. She will be graduate from Mornlngside college June 2. Ian anthem in . the distance, Th: anthem resembles "America." New Songs for'Glee.Clubs— Grace Miller, music teacher, has received several new glee club num hers, one of which is Magnolia Bio soms, a selection from the Chime of Normandy, Among the other are several gypsy songs. The boy and girls' clubs are now workin hard on the songs. In preparation fo the remaining activities of the schoi year. Pupils Watch Teaching Methods- Senior methods students were ob servers at art and geography le sons at the Third ward schoolhousi Thursday March 26. They also o' served a citizenship lesson in 'Mis Wallace's' room on Wednesdaj March 25. "Busybody" te Settlors' Play— The seniors have chosen their class play, The Busybody. Tryouts were held Wednesday and Thursday before vacation. Booklets were given out Friday noon. The play will be given April SO and May i at the Call. • • Snowsllde Startles Assembly Boom— The, other day, in the assembly during the fourth period, teacher and pupils were startled when ice and snow started sliding- off the roof of the schoolhouse. Other School News. Nothing special is being done in girls' sports at present. Of course all the. girls know how to march by now. They have been marching around the>gym-flopr so much that they are afraid the floor will have CHICKS! Feeds and Supplies The.two best chick months are just ahead. If you have not yet placed an order for some of our quality Iowa Standard Accredited chicks do so at once. Every day it is more difficult to give the exact date, number, and breed desired. Chick prices hav,e advanced, and all indications point to a heavy .Demand for April and May, with still higher prices. Place your order NOW. s ' Chicks as low as $6.00 per hundred. Globe Buttermilk Mash, $3.25 and $3.90. Best Quality Peat Moss, $3.00 per bale. Feeders as low as 15c. Laying Mash, $2.50 per 100. Order your chicks NOW from Kossuth county's oldest Accredited Hatchery. *' . Algona Hatchery 1 1-2 Blocks South Iowa State Bank. . J. E. MASON PHONE 104 1 Spring Sale on GROCERIES at Bloom's Some time when you have a spare minute just stop aiid think why you should pay high prices for your coffee when you can buy MONAUCH BO-KA coffee packed In vacuum can, the very highest quality South American Mountain grown'coffee here at 88c Ib. EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY AT BLOOM'S Cherries Red Pitted Large No. 10 cans 79c Hello World Coffee 89c Monarch' Coffee, 3 Ibs. ..$1.00 Folger's Coffee 89c Chase & Sanborn coffee H8c Breakfast Coffee _____: 26c C Oaks Coffee 22c SUGAR Brown or Powdered, 4 Ibs 25c Monarch Peaches, 2>/£ size 25c Monarch Spinach, 2% size 19c Monarch Kotsiip, Ig. bottle 19c Monarch Golden Bantam Corn 15c Monarch Tomatoes 2>/i siz. 19c Monarch Cocoa,, can 2Sc Monarch Tapioca, pkg. lOc Monarch Pork & Beans, .8 cans __, . 85o Other Sexton. There was a good-sized audienc at Easter services, including bap tisms, at the 'local church Sundaj A short Easter program was give during the Sunday school hour. Th Henry Millers and Roy Johnsons, Mason City, attended the services and were dinner guests at Alex Miller's. The A. L. Greenfields were Sunday dinner guests of the Robert Hardcopfs, Lu Verne. Mrs. Hardcopf is a niece of Mr. Greenfield. Mr. and Mrs. William Greenfield, near Irvington, were also there. Mr. and M^s. John Harris and their daughter Mary spent Easter at the daughter, Mrs. Laurence Hansen's, near Wesley. The Alpona Epworth Leaguers were entertained Friday evening at a party by Alberta and Emory Grosenbach. Mrs. Bailey, mother of Henry Bailey, is now spending a few days with Mrs. George Benschoter. The Adolph Fisch family were Sunday dinner guests a{ the Nick Fisch home, near West Bend. The Sexton- school children attended a country singing school at Algona Saturday. Mrs. Mack Wise entertained the AJd last Thursday. Mrs, George Aman Is sick with a severe cold. -*Algona Girl Honored, Indianola, APT. 7 -r- On the list of honor students for the first semester at Simpson college as announced by President Hillman at a recent chapel session appears the name of Elizabeth Webster, of Algona. Miss Webster is a senior majoring in English and. is affiliated with the Alpha Chi Omega sorority. OXYDQL {^ 8e .r. kae !_. 19c Compare the size of our cans and quality with what you are now; buying at the same price. Peas, large can lOc Green Cut Beans, can lOc Golden Bantam Corn, can. lOc Spinach, tall can ' • lOc Tomatoes, can lOc Pink Salmon, tall can lOc Puinpkln, large -can lOc Oysters, con lOe Tomato Juice, can lOc Sardines, oval can Me BREAD WHITE EYE £ WHOLE WHEAT OC Monarch Food of Wheat, S6c value ; 18c Matches, 6 boxes for . 15c Marshmallows, fresh, Ib. ..16c Oatmeal, 7 Ibs. I9c Mother's Cocoa, 9 Ib. pkg..23c Tomato Soup, 8 cans 16c Llbby's MUk, 8 tall can* -Me Sanl Flush, can Me Starch, S boxes .. J He Beans, 8 Ibs. ^ _™_.__M« COFFEE Bloom's Special 4 Q-^ Blend, steel cut ____ 196 Sugar, 10-lb..bag 58c .Peanut Butter, S2-oz. Jar_.89c Catsup, large bottle .ISc Mother's Oats, with china 39c Rlnso, large pkg. l»c Balslus, 3 Ib. pkg ..l«c Bod Fitted Cherries a CMS Me lux Soap, 8 ban Ke Lifebuoy Soap, 3 bars . ...25c Camay Soap, a bars .17c Fig Bars, Ib Me, Ginger Snaps, Ib. ... Me SOAP 10 BARS OP P &G for ___ \ 29c Compare our prices on gallon fruits. We will cut our cans to ' ' compare quality. Blueberries, hr. No. 10 can 79c Pineapple, No. 10 Irg. can Me Prunes, No. 10 large can _49c "•* B»»P»errles, No. M --Me », , « ,„ , .„ Boyal Ann Cherries, Uo. M Peaches, No. 10 large can 40c ^, n . || KRAUT 2 1-2 size cans, 3 FOR „„, 25c Oranges, good size, do?. —19c Mustard, quart jar 19c Suubrlte Cleanser 5c Corn Meal, 5 Ibs. — 19c Bine Roee Kke, 6 Ibs, Me Cheese, full Cream, lb.J-.Me Oleomargarine, 9 Ibs. -«e Old Dutch Cleanser 8 caM Iff Pineapple 2 1-2 size cans, sliced -- 19c Pillow Tubing, 42-hi. yd. _20c Boys' Spring Caps ....—50c Hen's Silk Hose, pair 35c Ladles' Silk Stockings, pr. 2ttc Mou's Broadcloth Shirts _JWf Ken's. Hear? Overalls ...»Uf Ladles' House Dresses tic NOII Buo Ha) on Bloomers ifec. Large size 4 f|.m package.!- I UV Post Toarties MB, FABMEBt Bring us your eggs, Drlye up tp our with your eggs, folks, toot your horn, and we'll get '«m. How we llk«- to wait on our customers! Tra^p your eggs f dry-goods, shoes," or reaily-to-wear at Bloom's, *• ' She returned to Lincoln, Neb, Sunday and took with her colleg chums from Ute. Miss Carlisle will advanced normal course this WHIN If MINI*IT ''^^'WT^

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