Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1931 · Page 5
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•<;:'.».•'. • • v fe'.x tff KOSStJTH COUNTY ADVANCE). ALGONA. IOWA club 6l Union Township will present a comedy In three acts. IDE COUSIN FROM GOON RIDGE" With entertainment between acts At Good Hope Church ' NEXT WEEK. < ^- '" next week ' s lsaue * or exact t tch Tickets sold by girls. ' ' , \ \how that June is here! Herbst Is employed under Bank Examiner R. H. Miller. The Garner Signal reports the re turn of Maud VVenck from Moor hend, Minn., where she has been teaching music. This week she goes buck to Moorhead for a month of PAGE ' The Cass-Helvey players are at Brltt this week. Lee Platley, Notre Dume, Ind., was a guest at the S. E. McMahon home over the week-end. The W. E. Lairds motored to Des Molnes Tuesday to. attend a state convention or morticians. Mrs. Barbara Lothrlnger, Lu Verne, visited at the Rev. P. J. Braner's last Thursday and Friday. John Sullivan, Chicago, spent the week-end with the J. W. Sullivans. John, who is a lawyer, is a nephew of J. W. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Youngwlrth, Lu Verne, are parents of a boy born at the Kosssuth hospital Tuesday morning. Kathryn Misbach got home Friday evening from Ames, where she has completed her junior year In -lome Economics. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hauberg vei'e at Minneapolis from Sunday ill yesterday, buying goods for the ', & H. store. William Cliff is expected home omorro\v from Chicago, where he las completed his freshman year at Jhicagro university. Mrs. Ira Iverson and her children came Saturday from Clinton to Mr. and Mrs. «ECONOMY RUUi Now that June is here, what shall we serve? Warm days do bring different menu problems but if you shop at A&P these problems fade quickly.You see, A&P Food Stores offer such a wealth of good things to eat at such reasonable prices that you are sure to find just what you want at the price you want to pay. Try jt.this.w.eek. A&P is featuring s6rh£ urtusually fine values. QUAKER MAID Ketchup . 10 C Shredded Wheat 2 PKGS A delightful breakfast food that you know and like . . . at a saving. EDELWEISS (Light or Dark) Beverage 4'°™ 8 2S$ KELLOGG'S Pep. . (PLUS BOTTLE DEPOSIT)" PKO. 12 * to line with A ft P'l policy of pwinf OB •vet? saving to th* public we off.r Bight O'clock «t the lowettpric* evil chugtd for thi» iup*rb blend-by fir the Urgeit ulliog coffee in America. This U the time coffee that coit 35c -. Ib. • little over • year ego. " Iced coffee davi are here and here it a price that will make iced coffee mora economical than ever, all lummei long- her parents, August Huenhold. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Goeders were at Des Moines Monday. Mr. Goed- svs attended a meeting of the new state fish and' game board. J. A. Raney drove to Ames last Thursday and brought home his son Hoyt, who has completed his freshman year at Iowa State college. J. J. Dooley and daughters Rita and Melda spent last Thursday and Friday at Fonda, the home of .Mr. Dooley's brother, P. D. Dooley. Ruth McMahon left Monday for Omaha to attend the wedding of Marie Lawler. Ruth's roommate at Galva, where both taught last year. Mrs. M. P. Weaver got home last week Wednesday morning from Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., where she had spent two weeks with friends. John Kilian, Sexton, who had been a patient at the Kossuth hospital for sevefal weeks, went home Sunday. His health is much improved. Hugh Herman returned Sunday from Perry, where he had taken hi» 'daughter. Mrs. Geo. P. Elvidge. Mrs. Elvidge's husband is a Perry doctor. Peter Chubb left for Ames Tuesday night and is spending several days there, making arrangements to attend Iowa State college next fall. number of other books, to Burt library. Mrs. Dora Forrigan, her niece. Alice Mahoney, and Helen and Frieda Pnetjs, all of Sexton, left for Chicago Saturday for an extended visit with Mrs. Ferrlgan's daughter, Mrs. A. W. Faulkner. Mrs. Walter Barton, St. Paul, nnd her four children came Saturday for a week's visit nt the home of Mrs. Barton's parents, Mr .and Mrs. A. J. Keen, and at the home of her brother, R. ,1. Keen. Supt. Overmyer's brother, W. W. Overmyer, Marshalltown, who trav> els for a map concern, 'was here over the week-end, attending County Supt. Shirley's annual school book and supplies letting. Mrs C. J. Scanlan is substituting for Mrs. Joel Herbst at the Chris- tenspn store this week and next, Mr. and Mrs. Herbst being in northern Minnesota, fishing. Mrs. Scanlan was formerly Rose Harig. . Mr. and Mrs. H.'.B. White arrived Friday to visit.local relatives. Mr. U'hite is In the employ of an Oklahoma City, Okla., law'firm, and Mrs. White has been working for a Dallas, Tex., drug company. Mrs. C. E. McLaughlin, St. Paul, and her daughters Rosemary and Eugenia came Monday for a visit till Saturday with Mrs. McLaugh Hn's mother, Mrs. John Kennedy, and sister, Mrs. J. J. Dooley. Mrs. E. C. Dickinson, deputy county recorder, is enjoying a two weeks vacation. She has as guests her daughters, Mrs. R. E. Whitney, Fond du Lac, Wis., and Mrs. F. H. Frederickson, Great Falls, Mont. Mr. and Mrs. Wayman Closaon, of Mason' City, are parents of a son, born Saturday, the first child. He has been named Wilbur Alfred. Mrs. Closson, who was Ida Hertig, Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Her- summer school, after which she will be with her parents at Garner for the rest of the summer. Dr. D. W. Andrews reports the birth 'of a girl Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. M. o. Bonnstetter, northwest of town farmers. Mr, and Mrs. William Vnnderwerf ar e also parents or a girl born Tuesday. Mr. Vanderwerf Is employed at the Al- Bonn Ice Crenm factory. Mrs. Thomas Akre and her son Charles took seven Algona Register & Tribune salesmen to •Des Moines Monday to be guests of the newspapers for the day. They were: Donald Akre, Paul Worster, Jack Streit, John Ferguson, Merlin Little, Em- niott Beard, and Robert Sellstrom. Aubrey Bonham l°ft in his car for Santa Clara, Calif., Friday. Mrs. Bonham h;is been at Simla Clara the past few months and Mr. Bonham will join her, and will be employed at Santa Oinra. Mr. Bonham is athletic coach in the local schools. He \vill return to Algona In the fall. tig. Dr. Paul Gardner, New Hampton, who has been visiting his cousin, F. A. Corey, leaves today with Dr. M. J. Keneflck and the latter's nephew, Dr. John Kenefick, for Twin Lakes to attend a district medical meeting. Mr. and Mrs. C. Herman and Hugh Herman attended the funeral of the Messrs. • Hermans' cousin, Mrs. Jos. Kleigel, Whlttemore, Monday morning. Mrs. Kleigel, who had been sick two years, was 67 years old. Mrs. Samuel Hedrick, who had for a few weeks conducted the Eatmor Boarding House over the old Modern Dry Cleaners quarters, closed Mrs. D. R. Steele and son Donald the place a week or so ago, and is are expected home Sunday after spending two weeks at Kingsley, Grinnell, Marshalltown, and Des Moines. Adelaide Lickteig, Cresco, came last Thursday for a few weeks with local relatives. She is a niece of Mrs. Philip Kohlhaas and Mrs. C. J. Scanlan. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Smith are spending the week at the E. W. Lusby cottage at Clear Lake. Mr. Smith is the jeweler at the Lusby drug store. The European Hotel is being Only I9c for the world'* mart popular blend. EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE Mild and Mellow Ib. 19c painted by Richardson Bros. Work began yesterday morning, and it will be painted a silver gray trimmed in white. Mrs. S. D. Drake, of Mason City, came Sunday for several days visit with friends. She Is the guest of Mrs. C. O. Simpson. Mrs. Drake is a now employed at the Kirsch laundry. Leon and Florence Dehnert left Sunday night for Clinton, 111., for an extended visit with their sister, Mrs. Frank Yates. They are the son and daughter respectively of William Dehnert, of the European hotel. The Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Oodl'redson returned Monday from a week-end of visits with relatives and freinds nt Guttenburg,'Volga, and Allison. They took Mrs. Oodfredson's daughter, Maxine Samp, and son, Lowell Samp, to Volga, where they are spending several weeks with relatives. Alice Kain got home last week Wednesday from DeKalfo, 111., where she had completed lier sophomore year in th e Northern Illinois State Teachers college. As a member o£ the college debate team this year, she made trips to other schools in a conference of which her college Is a member. Agnes Rice left yesterday after a visit since Sunday afternoon with her brother, N. C. Rice, and friends here. Miss Rice, one-time Algona teacher, will teach primary and kindergarten work at Chicago university this summer. Last year she taught at the Illinois State Teachers college at Normal, 111. Mrs. Ulus Hall, Kansas City, and her daughter Mary Elizabeth came Saturday for a week with the Tony Kirsches and Mrs. Hail's father, Jerry Helgens. They came here from Ida Grove, where they had visited Mr. Hall's .parents. She is a sister pf Mrs. Kirsch and was formerly Ella Helgens. The Eagle Grove Eagle reports that Lloyd Cairy, former Algona boy, who has for some years been interested in bulbs, shrubs, an d cut flowers, has bought a home a.nd 24 lots at Eagle Grove, with the intention of erecting- a greenhouse. Lloyd is a. brother of Editor Seth B. Cairy, of AVhittemore. L. D. Smith, Des Moines, and son Paul came Monday evening to visit another son, Claude Smith, patient at the Kossuth hospital following an operation for appendicitis Sunday. They returned to Des Moines Tuesday. Mr. Smith travels for a Des Moines paper house, and makes his wife was Katherlne Buck, who once taught In the high school here. Raymond Is In the Insurance business at Pasadena. E. W. Lusby, Dt-. F. L. Trlbon, Dr. A. L. Rist, and w, C Dewel' were at Clear Lake Tuesday night and appeared before the town council, sitting as a board of review, to protest ngalnst excessive valuations of their Clear Lake properties for taxation The council has been holding such sessions for the last two months, and has received scores of protests. All protests are being filed for action at a final meeting. Mrs. J. p. Nickerson got home Sunday from two weeks with relatives and old friends In the Cullom and Pontlac neighborhoods i n Illinois, She cam e via Chicago, and Mr. NIckerson's brother Otis, of Valparaiso, Ind., and his wife met her there Saturday morning and drove her about the city till her train left in the afternoon. Mrs. Nickerson reports lots of rain but good crop prospects i n Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Roupe, their daughter Irma Dee, and Pearl Walker left for Northfork, Neb., Tuesday for a. week's visit with relatives. Sunday guests of the Chae. Roupes were the Arnold Roupes of Alexandria.. Irmn Dee and Donna Jean daughters of Mrs. Hattie Phillips accompanied the Arnold Roupeb home Sunday evening for a week's stay. Mrs. Phillips is a sister ot I Arnold. Mrs. Phillips is employed | at the Elite Hat shop. The Kossuth County Hatchery, In the Algona Flour & Feed building, will close for the season Saturday, and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Snyder, who are in charge of it, will go home. Florence Banwart, Algona, and Fred Yates, Spencer, have been their assistants. The hatchery was opened in March, and an average ot 16,000 chicks have been hatched ty at his cottage at Clear Lake Sunday, and Mr. Wltmer, who joined them, .took his wife home. Mrs. Toerlng and her daughter have left In their car for Gary, Ind., to visit a son ot Mrs. Toerlng. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Ghrischllles left yesterday for a motor tour to the Ozarks. They were also to spend a few days In St. Louis and Kansas City. This Is their first visit to Missouri. They planned to be away from home two weeks. The three boys are in the care of their maternal grandmother, Mrs. Sallle Kranz, who got home Sunday night from Pasadena, Calif., where she spent the winter with a son who, assisted by his wife, operates a beauty shop in a large department store. W. J. Specht, Elmore, died of heart failure Wednesday evening, May 27, and was burled on Memor* lal day. He was born In Wright and J. 'w. Specht, Cowa. Mayor- ahd , Mri.. . Speoht,, their daughter Ml* sle, and son William attended th«*i funeral; also Mr. and Mrs. OtMt Romer, Algona, parents of Mr*. Wi. J. Specht, and Mrs. Etta Voltz, Verne. Other relatives also ed. Mrs. Cora Virgin and her daughter, Mrs. Merwin Foote, with thfc latter's husband, all ol Lincoln^, Neb., arrived last week Wednesday* to visit Mrs. Virgin's mother, MM... M. E. Worster, Algona, and sister;,, Mrs. G. C. 'Stewart, south of town., The Footes were married May 19v at Glenwood. The bride was graduated June 6 from the university oC Nebraska, Lincoln, where she was cu. member of the Kappa Alpha Theta,, sorority. The bridegroom was graduated a year ago from Ohio Wee— leyan college, where he was a member of the Phi Gamma Delta frater-- nitv. Mr. and Mrs. Foote left Sun- county .In 1878, and was 53 at death. 1 day for Minneapolis, where Mrv For the last five or six years he had lived at Elmore. He left a widow and a 5-year-old daughter; also three brothers, Mayor C. F. Specht, Algona; L. J. Specht, Elk River, Minn.; Mr. Foote, who Is a dentist, Is attending summer school at the University of Minnesota. They wilt're- turn here In a few weeks for Mrs, Virgin, and will live at Lincoln. Methodist daily vacation since. The reopen next year. The Snyders had charge O f it last year also. Richard Watson, Indianola, was a guest at the Rev. F. H. Webster home over the week-end, returning home yesterday. Mr. Watson, whose engagement to Elizabeth Webster was announced last winter, Was graduated from the law college of the university last month, and ae the ranking student of the class, won the Augustus Newbold Morris law fellowship to Columbia university for next year. He received his B. A. degree at Simpson college, Indianola. Mrs. Pierce Wltmer, Des Moines, her grandmother, Mrs. Anna Toering,' Hinckley, Minn., and the lat 1 ter's daughter Grace spent last week with Mrs. Witmer's father, E. W. Lusby. Mrs. Toering was the mother of the late Mrs. E. W. Lusby. Mr. Lusby entertained the par- HOTEL ALGONA SUNDAY DINNER .TUNE 21. 1981 12:15 TO 2 P. M. MIXED FRUIT CUP —or— PUREE OF PEA SOUP GARDEN RADISHES YOUNG ONIONS GREEN OLIVES CUCUMBER PICKLE RINGS FRIED SPRING CHICKEN, COUNTRY STYLE ROAST PRIME RIBS OF BEEF, AU JUS PINEAPPLE ICE CREAMED NEW POTATOES NEW ASPARAGUS, DRAWN BUTTER MIXED VEGETABLE SALAD VIENNA ROLLS FRESH RHUBARB PIE—CHEESE GELATINE FRUIT DESSERT - WHIPPED CREAM STRAWBERRY SHORT CAKE - WHIPPED CREAM VANILLA ICE CREAM - MACAROON former Algonian. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Laird and daughter Betty returned Sunday from Clear Lake, where they had been at their cottage on Algona Beach since last Thursday. Theodora Larson at Ayrshire, RED CIRCLE COFFEE Rich, BOKAR COFFEE Ewwiiitely Aromatic Ib. S5c Ib. 89c The famous A &.,P Coffee Trio which offers i coffee to suit your taste. Money cannot [buy a better coffee than these. Sugar Ibs. Cane Sugar $4.85 [25 Ibs. Cane Sugar 1.25 ]10 Ibs. Cane Sugar .50 Ibs. Beet Sugar $4.65 spending several weeks with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Larson. She Is the daughter pf Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Larson. Dennis Pratt, of the Beamer Electric company, was at Waterloo last week Wednesday bidding on electrical work for a new $300,000 Y. M. C. A. building there. Mrs Eva Arend, her son Michael, and his wife, all of Wesley, drove to Remsen Saturday to visit Mrs. Arend's daughter,,Mrs. D. J. Nilles. They expected to be away a week. -Marian McMahon returned to Ames Monday, after the week-end at home. She has enrolled for the summer session at Iowa State college. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb returned Monday night from the Okobojis, where they had been guests of Mr. and Mrs, Freeman Patch since"Friday. Gene McMahon and his mother, Mrs Nellie McMahon, spent last week Wednesday at Allison, and w lad TM! . ,. CKG. 15c ISAIAPA HACK ISA .'.-,- , . ; , (5ALADA OB UWQN'S GREEN TEA £ 29c £• 23c VUI. 22c) K-U.M4 Gene attended to there. legal business church school will give a demonstration, of results at the church next Sunday, during the Sunday school hour, which begins at 9:45 a. m. The school has been in' session two weeks. Dr. and Mrs. Walter Fraser got home last Thursday from Ames, where they had gone after their son Walter Jr., student at Iowa State college. Walter is lifeguard again this year at the 'local swimming pool. Ernest Zeitz, Lutheran parochial teacher at Lu Verne, visited at the Rev. P. J. Braner's Sunday afternoon. He was associated with Mr. Braner when the'latter was pastor of the Lu Verne Evangelical Lutheran church. Mr.;>and Mrs, Anton Anderson spent Sunday-at Eagle Grove with the L. A. Andersons. The two months old son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Anderson has been 111 with in- testional flu. ,L. A. is a son of the Anton Andersons. Mrs. K. D. James has been sick a week and confined to her bed, under the care of a doctor and Erma Arndorfer, R. N. Her daughter, Mrs. C. B. Nasby, of Ottumwa, came Friday to help care for her. She ,was much improved yesterday. Mr. and. Mrs, R. P. Norton and Mrs. Edythe Dailey expect to take their sons. Richard Norton and Wnv Dailey, to Faribault, Minn., today where the boys will attend six weeks school at Shattu'ck. Both boys will take freshman studies. The' Brltt News-Tribune reports that the Rev. and Mrs. B. M. Southgate left a week ago Sunday for Seattle, where Mr, Southgate was to attend a national Congregational council.* The Southgates planned to be in the west a month. Agnes Rice, . Chicago, came Sunday for a few days visit with relatives, She teaches at the Chicago University C, Rice She is a sister of N. Laurence Misbach got home last week Wednesday from Iowa City, where he had been a patient at the university hospital, following a minor operation, Erwin, son of the Rev. and Mrs. p. J. Braner, arrived Saturday to spend the summer at home. He is a student at Concordia college, River Forest, 111. Mrs. T. F. O'Haire, Washington, D C., and her daughter Ann arrived Monday to spend the summer with the H, E. Riste. Mrs. O'Haire was •formerly Eugenia Rist. Gertrude Kenefick left Sunday for Iowa City, where she is taking a two weeks course in girls' camp work in the school of physical education of the university. Fern Jaenisch, Clara City, Minn- came last week Wednesday to_visit Food Stores home in Algona. Mrs. Victor Johnson, Mrs. Evelyn Sorenson, and Mrs. Thos. Holmes Jr. left Saturday for Cumberland, AVis., to attend the funeral of Mrs. Nels Grant, 63, sister of Mrs. Johnson and aunt of Mrs. Holmes. Mrs. Holmes will remain at Cumberland a month. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Sorenson were expected home yesterday. Mrs. C. A. Momyer and her spn Jack and daughter Maxine took Mrs. E. AV. Colt and her son Jack, of Chicago, to Des Moines Friday where they met Mr. Colt and the Colts went home from there. Mrs. Colt and son had spent several weeks with the Momyers. Mrs. Colt is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Momyer. Mr. and -Mrs, Henry Reimer and two daughters returned Monday after spending Saturday at Greene with a brother of Mr. Reimer. Sunday the Reimers attended a family reunion of the Reimer family at Cedar Falls. Mr. Reimer went to Des Moines Tuesday to attend an undertakers' convention. He is expected 'home today. Mrs. G. F. ^{anouff and sons Howard and George came home Saturday from Omaha, where they had been since last September. Mrs. Kanouff kept house for her two sons and daughter Carlotta. Howard finished his first year of law at Creighton, George also attended Creighton, and Carlotta, who came home Tuesday, finished a business 'course. Local doctors plan to attend the Twin Lakes district medical association meeting at the Twin Lakes pavilion today. Dr. M, J. Kenefick, of Algona, will preside as president of the association. The district com- Featured at Formal Opening of Maison Ardanse Rollins TO C P Hosiery Advance Want Ada v ™ r -™ _ n If-Baa the John Van Deests and the Ralph Harberts. She is.a niece o f Mrs. Van Deest and Mr. Harbert. Ralph'Lamuth and Eloise Du Chene, Faribault, Minn., spent Sun<day with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lamuth. Ralph is manager of the Swift plant.at Far!' bault. ' T. L. Larson, of the Falkenhalner- Haggard offices, and L. L. Lease, Weslev hardware merchant, left Monday lor northern Minnesota, where they are spending two weeks „„. „.„ Mrs. A. H. Sioux City, their son Bobby, and a niece; Lois Olson, came Saturday for several days *}«» tt* R. <*»«*£* Mrs. Marc Moore and children moved to Algona last week and are now settled on east State street. Mr. Moore, who is employed at the creamery, has been here two months, but the family remained at Mason City till close of the school year. Mrs. F. B, Shaffer, Mason City, •and her two children drove to Al- g-ona Sunday and /took the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Paxson, home with them for a week's visit. Mr. Shaffer Is attending a reserve officers training school at Camp Dodge.' Mrs; F. S, Norton came home Friday from Keokuk, where she spent a month at the home of her idaugh- ter, Mrs. A. C. Ferguson. Mrs. Norton and the M. G. Nortons went to the Okobojis Saturday for r a ten. day stay ! at the Norton cottage on 'Qilley's beach. James Burns and Mrs. C. C. Wright took Mrs. Burns and two sons to Dallas Center Sunday for a week's visit with Mrs. Burns' sister, Mrs. R. A. Burrows. Mr. Burns and Mrs. Wright returned Sunday. Mr. Burns, is employed as salesman at the Elbert garage. jane Vincent got home Saturday from Franklin Park, 111., where she taught English in the high school during the academic y«ar just closed. Franklin Park Is a suburb of Chicago, She wit retucn In the fall. Jane is the daushteAof Mr. and Mrs. T, J- Vincent. Mrs. B. A' Passhke, Echo, Minn., prises 11 counties in north-central Iowa. The meeting Is featured as ai homecoming of native sons, particularly lowane practicing medicine in other states.,. T. A. Lusk, who makes his home with his daughter, Mrs, M. J. Kenefick, underwent an operation at the Park hospital, Mason City, Monday morning:for the removal of a cataract .in the right eye. Mr. Lusk, who will b,e 87 next October,-is recovering. The Keneficks and Mrs. Lusk were at Mason City during the operation, and Mrs. Luek will remain till he is ready to come back. Bernard Frankl, who has been attending Creighton university at Omaha, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. arid Mrs. TJ. B. Frankl, of Irvlngton, While home he bought a, Chevrolet from Kohlhaas Bros., In whioljahe returned to Omaha. This surriSfer he will be employed with the Guarantee Fund Life Ins. company and expects to go to Denver to work for tfre company till fall. Mrs. Raymond Paine, Pasadena, Calif., and her little daughter Sally were expected yesterday at Spirit to visit the former's parents. Visit Raymond's Recorder Laura Paine, and the latter's daughter, Mrs. Geo. L. Free. Raymond's They will also mother, County A hosiery with a "raison detre —a reason for being ...... A sensation in Paris, Rollins Runstop >Lace Top is truly "le dern- ier'' in fine silk hosiery. The Baroness Accurti, Paris, foresaw its ;) 'immediate success and asked to present it at her formal opening " where it shared honors with the sprjng creations of Maison Ard^ t. "anse. Reflecting the elegance of the mode for lace with the beautiful lace top, and looking to the wearing serviqe by making each stitch a guard against damaging garter runs, in addition to the protection of the famous Runstop. And Paris vouches for the cor* rectness of the shades. • - ^ so#a. Mrs. Richardson are sisters. her daughter Jean, and son Roger went home Sunday wjtb, Mr. Pasch- kft wfe<j drove to, Algous*, for them Saturday. Tbey had spent a week with Wra. Faechk.e'8 parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Herman. Mr. ana Mra. Joel Htertwt and tfc® lattw'a Bisftr, 'PWJft»ena aw sps»«te» *&« weefc to " Wanted 5,000 men, women, boys, and children to call and see our 'new Wear- U-Well shoes. They are high in quality, low in price. Tou don't nav'e to take the ffrst pair we enow or get out. Don't all come at once. ALGONA'S ,IHLKJR $1.65 1 i^/l Bf \ TJ rwSIC^MPP*

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