Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 23, 1931 · Page 8
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' PAGE BIGHT LAKOJANSOft • F, B, PROGRAM AT BANCROFT LjtU;i>ta. July -J|. — llesrtunios J. H. Witi'lJUrUin, UUH Torlne. .1. I-!. Tek'iimji, (inil John Hcotliuui attended a .ininl meHIni; of tlio KnmHoy- Qreen\v<.»M KII.I-HI Huron u l:ist week T.uesrtiiy ev«"nlni; irt-t-hc srhnolhonso | at Bancroft. lOtlwni'd Drnossler I* township cl>iurm:m in 'Kiiinsfiy. anil Ray 'Miller in Gi-pemvooil. In siilto I of thf busy season '" .ixood-siv.oil | crowd :,vu.-i out. Mrs. TVH-.-imp aml| Mrs. Hcetlnml. ulio an 1 Uvf chain-i pion df-iiHMi.stra'lion loiim of Kos-l sutli. L-av tin- (Ictnonslration thcy| >vill givr at the statf lair. i By Era W. Strelt. lilna IVlndell Ijitkoinn's Bride— Trma It. Wlndell and James B. .Yltwegg, the latter of Lakota, were niavried at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Win doll.' BURTGIRLIS DEAD; VICTIM OF PARALYSIS Burt, July 22 — Funeral services lust Thursday night at 8 were held at the Methodist church * Hcn> for Cnlls-r- . Mrs. <;«oi-K'p Link, Klilom. I'oriiier-! ly LKjfc (.(null'ield. «!i.n nii'Bi', Calif., j and f i-iemls were- here last w««'k. Tue.sti.,;.". culling "11 old ju-i]ii:iint-i ance#. The Hradl'lolds fornu-rly | owne<! :hc old Sovmour farm, .sinil.h-: east n! town. Inter moving t'n T.-i-; kotu. w'.K.'ri' they lived in the hc>M : i now "ji-fiiiiil'.'d liy th<! A. Q. .Sinhhs., Then '.'a>-y moved to KMnr.-i, an;!| Jlr. and Mrs. l!i-aill'i:-l,l ilic.l tivre. i IJiMHvlu l-\ IJ. Social I'lanncd— The !.iri''ol\i tou'iisliip wcman's' I-'arrn I'.mvau Mtt k l \vltb Mrs. .h>hn Winie; Friday. M'csdames Ilcil'-i bau<rr: Ki-isi'in. and 1-. Siu-hs were; assisting- hostcsxits. Kciiric-n wo-1 men fiUcnded, and pln.ns \voi-e laid] for an the H- Friday. ! o'clock. The ceremony was per| formed in the presence of 14 rela- I lives and friends bv the Rev. C. V. HuI . w . past,,,- of the local Methodist church. As the bridal ctmp'.e look their place bel'oi-e- n bjink oC flowers, ilrs. John Thuraii, Iowa City, sister of the bride, played Lohengrin's wedding march. The bride was dressed In nn-hid georgette. After the ceremony dinner was served at the. Wi'.v doll homo to the bridal p.-irty niui giipslH. after which Mr, and 'Mrs. Altwegg departed for a tour northern Minnesota and Canada I'pon their i-eturn they will be at liiiino nt Lakota, where Alrl Altwegg is ciLshier of the Farmers i<i I.n-overs State bank. Mrs. Altwegg, \vlio is tbe youngest-daughter of Mr. and Mrs; Win- doll, was graduated from the Algona high school in 1U2i>. During the last yesir sh<v has been employed at the Iowa State bank as stenographer and bookke-eper. and before that slio- worked in the same capacity for the Farmers & Drovers State bank. Mr. Altwegg is a son of John Altut'gg. of Huthven. last Thursday, the Rev. J. E., Clifton officiating, for Helen, 14-year- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore, who died at her home -here early the preceding Wednesday morning, , following an Illness of only a few days with sinus trouble which developed into spinal meningitis. Burial was made in the Irvington cemetery. Helen was born July 5, 1917, at Manchester, where she lived till she came here with her parents a couple of years ago. She was unusually bright and had in j completed her freshman year In high school.. Besides her parents she Is survived by a 10-year-old sister, Pauline, and an 8-year-old brother Robert. Inline liljs week Kurewell for the Hclmers— The dinner brldg? club to which Mr. and JTrs. H. A. lieimer belonged Astiutui Mr. ; to Mu>left I.'y M., wh two \Vf Smith, hopes -. mate. Calient (o Mnunliilns — :n,l Mrs. c. |;. Smith \\.nt on City Sunday and (iv.-m'<> train fur OH C'olienf.'. N. ore .Mrs. 'Smith will spoiid ks befcii'e roturning aii.i Mr. who suffers with asthma. ..., In- benel'ite'd by .-the cli- fiitc-rtained nt a honor last \vc*d< the Ambrnsc A. After the picnic picnic in their Tuesday night at Call state park. a .social evening Assisbuit I Junk Ciishirr \Vi'«ls— Fri-:. T !(Js. rpoHVPfl aiiiioiiiK-ernciTls Saturiiay »( tlit niiii-ri.-ijri' of .laiTies Altwetip and Inun \Vindell n.t Al-j^-,,,,,,, |»|,.i( ( , (1 ,^ goiui i.'i--'! Thin-.sda.v. They will Ix 1 'it ilOlllt-'l'it -l.ilttlltil ilftlT AllB'USt' I'.i. Jjuiifs is assistant c.nsliit'i 1 of thP Farm*';- i- Drovi-rs State bank. was spent at the W. L 1 . Hemphlll home. Members of the club who attended were Sir. and Mrs.' Raymond MoCorkle. Dr. and Mrs. H. L. McCorkle. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bartholomew. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kartholomew, .Mr. and Mrs. N. Victor Lo.vc. and Mrs. Elizabeth Man- gim. The lleimers departed for their new home at Grand Junction I'ist week Wednesday. Institute— ! <). Johnson i Johnsons .-\tli-nd K. L. The J!"V. and Mrs. P attended the Hjiwnrth stituK- ;u the grounds u.l the okolmjis lust Thursday. Thi-y report a good mec-ting, but th-' attendance wits not qulti 1 as lory? :ts la.st year's. Mrs Uki'na Still at Ilos|>i1nl— Thii. I. K. \Vortmans and Jerry tlkerui. .v.nd Uu- c'liildrc-n went to Mankiuri Sunday to visit Mrs. Ukenfc."who is still in the luispilii) there. Thuy reimi-t ln-r iwovfrin^ but do not know whon .shu t-an leave the 11o.-T)il;il. SliO]>— ,,., , , „ „ , . , MihidyVi Beauty Salon is the name of the new beauty shop under the Algona hotel opened last Thursday. The owner. Sue Morlun, advertised last week that a permanent wave would be given to the person sub- Li-agiie In- i '"''ting Die lie.st name. There were Methodist camp! 7 "' submitted, and Miss Morlan. had disintere.sted parties select the bost name, which was suggested by Florence Bowen, Algona. The shop has been made attractive with a wall paper of a floral design and a white background. In this week's Advance Mis« Morlan has an advertisement announcing prices on permanent waves. GRAYS LOSE CLOSE GAME TO SIOUX FALLS CANARIES Algona was beaten; 3-2, .in a c'.ose ball game here Friday by the Sioux Fal'.s Canariea. Hill and Duncan starred for Algona, while Brandon, catcher, and Rlsborg, second base man, starred for the Canaries. Brandon scored two runs In the fourth Inning. Sunday afternoon, Cayou, Algona, on the Lone Rock diamond, pitched shut-out ball, in a game against Lone Rock, till the ninth when Blanchard, Lone brought' in a man with run. The Algonians hit the colored pitcher, Sims, of-Lone Rock, hard, winning 4-2. In a Sunday night game at Corwith, Algona lost, 6-3. Ford pitched for the locals in the first four innings, and Cayou finished the game. inning, Rock, a, home MRS, WESLEY HOHN, DIES AT HOSPITAL MONDAY OF STROKE Mrs. Wesley Hohn died at- the Kossuth hospital Monday, following an Illness of only five days, the result of a strode at her home sometime last week Wednesday night. Mrs. Holm's maiden name wife Ella May Barnhart, and sW was born May 23, 18GB, at Milton Junction, WIs., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Barnhart, who moved to Kossuth In 1881 and located on a farm In Plum Creek township. On November 30, 1882, she wris married to D. Wesley Hohn, and- In 1885 the couple moved to Algona, where they had ever since made their home. Only one child was born. Vernon E. Hohn, llingsted, who has one daughter. Mrs. Hohn Is survived by her husband, the son and granddaughter, and the following brothers and sisters: William Barnhart, Spokane; Charles Barnhart, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; Frank Barnhart, Aberdeen, Wash.: and Mrs. Hiram Wheeler, Spokane. Mrs. Hohn was one of the charter members of the local R. N. A. camp and of the Algona chapter of the Mystic Workers. She was a member of the Methodist church, of the Aid, and of the Bible Searchers class of the Sunday school. Family funeral services were conducted at the home at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, followed by public services at the Methodist church, the Rev. C. V. Hulse in charge, and burial was made In Riverview. Out-of-town friends who attended the funeral included Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hohn, Morristown, Minn., and a son, and Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Brown of Ringated. MEXICAN BABE IS DROWHEO IN ACCIDENT HEAR LAKOTA Lnkola, .Tilly 21 — A six months old baby In a Mexican family wofk- ng for Tlollle Steele was nceldently til-owned recently. The child wns with the parents In the field, and lirobtibly rolled off n'ear.seat dish- Ion. where 'It was sleeping, Into n pull of water. It ' was dead when 'bund, urn! wns buried In the Catholic cemetery at Leclynrd. . . ——4 • ' : ' Ball} Babe Dies. Frederick, seven-weeks baby son of Mr. and Mm. Albert Dally, northeast of Lu Verne, died'of pneumonia Sunday, and was burled In the J-.ii Verne cemetery Tuesday. DIRECTORS OF WHITTEMORE BANK ARE ALL RE-ELECTED Pontjfi! Have Family Ktninion— The Dunl.ii' faniily held a family reunion a-t 'lodw.-ird Dontjo's last week Sunday, with an attendance of about 40. Supper \VMS served on the lawn. A«d -S>-rvi-> n 2f>e Snp)M'r— The second division of the Methodist Aid .served a 25c suprier at the c-hun-h ins-l week Wednesday and i(.'-.>!; in about SiO. Bridge I'lirty nt I-ione Mrs. W. ,1. Cotton, L.one Rock, entertained at luncheon at her home last Thursday. The guests were Mrs. V. H. Fredericksen, Great Kails, Mont.; Esther Fellow's, Holly wood. Calif.; Opal Morrison, Jaunita Mnrtin. and Mrs. H. L. McCorkle, AlK'ona. All of the women attended the local high school tog-ether and were members of the same eampfire group. Mrs. Cotton, formerly Edith Morgan, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Morgan. LONE ROCKERS LOSE 3 GAMES WITHIN WEEK Lone- Rock, July 21 —The local ball club lost three gamo.s the past \veek. The Kytherville mame here last wtfik Wednesday was S to G. Lone Rock .secured c-ight hits and Esther-yiUe 1". It was a Rood same and intc-re.stinK. I" Saturday's game With Uw Sioux l^.ills Canaries the locate ouihil the visiting team, but lost 4 to 3. Wonder pitched for Lone RtK-k. Sunday's game with Algona. wa.s 4 to _. The game was loosely plsiyi'd, l.-une Hock making some mostly errors. 1/one liock was shut out 4 to ft up to the ninth inning when Uonnie Klam-hard got a home /-mi with one man on. Hits were quite evenly divided. T^one Kock J-. Alfj-ona 0. Batteries: Sims and Hancock for Ktme Hock and Cayou :ifid OT.rien for Algona. Sisters Entertain at Bridge— iMrs. J. o. P. Price and Mrs. J. U". l.irechtblll entertained 30 women nl luncheon and bridge at Mrs. \Vm. K. Ferguson's last Thursday. Luncheon was served at two tables centered with bouquets of sweet peas. The high bridge scores were won by Mrs. D. D. Paxson, Mrs. H C. Smith, Fort Dodge, and Mrs. A 10. Michel Whittemore, July 21—The stockholders of the Farmers State bank met here Tuesday. T. F. McGovern, Clear Lake, Herman Helmke, Britt, and E. j. Gilmore, Algona, were the only out of town stockholders present. * All • df the 'ormer directors, F. Bestenlehner, J. Cullen, E. J. Gilmore, C. L.. Cavanaugh, H. W. Geelan, Philip Cullen and T. H. Cullen were reelected. City and County WANT ADS FURNISHED APARTMKNT FOR rent.—Vera Apartments. T0p45 WANTED — GIRL TO SHARK apartment.—Inquire Advance. p4B WANTED TO BUY—A USED farm light plant.—Inquire at Advance. 11p4!7 FOR RENT-LIGHT HOUSEKEEP- ing rooms.—.!. Riddle, 202 B. College St. ' 10p4!> MODERN FURNISHED APART- ment for rent.—^Inquire at Advance. 8u4B LOST — SHELL, RIM GLASSES, • Sunday. Reward.—Leave at Barry pool hall. 10p45 FOR RENT—FURNISHED sleeping room. — Mrs. 1 J. J. Dooley, phone 491-W. 10p45 VS. of Algona, County Savings bank, Iowa, Defendant. To Alt Persons Interested In the Receivership ot the County Sfi.v-» Inga Rank, Alfsona, fowti, and to Whom It May Concern; You are hereby notified that there la now on file In tho* office of the Clerk of the District Court ot Kos- stlth county, Iowa, the application,of L. A. Andrew, Superintendent • of Banking of the State of Iowa, a« Receiver of the County t6 gfcM afld co«V6y the BBS! tartlf ?B&) «t thfe, tfdrtlrtvest Quarter (jnVU)-o* dectwft Twertty- six (U), TowhuWp Ninety-five (OS) Ndrth, Hitnge Twenty-eight (28)','Went of the Fifth P, M., to W. L. Munt, of lowit Fall*, Iowa, upon the terms and condition* set out In said Application to which you art- referred tot further particulars. You are further notified that the, hearing; on said application will ',b6'' had at the Coiirt- day of July, ' you cause, If n .ny |1er should nof >ng tho mlo ana real estate. the COl > v «y»M ° f R. - .'U Kxaminijr in ALGONA'S POPULAR SUMMER STORE THE ANNEX "Where Service and Quality Meet" S The Annex is still the busy store of Algona. We enter the] H days with new bargains and special'offerings. For the few H maining days we offer big bargains, and below are only a f« H of the bargains. , , LOST—BI5ACK ROSARY, In front of Wernert Sisters residence.-^-Reward.—Leave at Advance. 13u45 MODERN BUNGALOW NEAR . Catholic church for rent. — Mrs. Theo. Goeders, phone 7D2-W. 12u45 Before we feed ladies' hat in the Annex GOOD REBUILT WAGON: 20 T- .Ford coach: 2G Ford pick-up; 4- whcel trailer; good buys; will take some grain.—Otto Nelson, Inquire at Hansen's Blacksmith Shop., 25p45 METHODIST, C. V. HiUse, Pastor — The W. H. M. S. will meet this week with Mrs. \vm. C. Steele. August 1G is to be observed in Sunday school as Oldtimes Sunday. O£- fi^ers, teachers, and pupils of earlier days are invited to return and help observe the day which has been, set apart by the International association for this purpose. . . A total o£ 7'G7 Epworth Leaguers attended the Institute at the Methodist camp grounds at the Okobojis last week, 19 from Alffona. The Institute was a great success, and the inspiration brought back by returning delegates should help greatly in maintaining attendance and interest tin the local League. . . The union service will be held at this church next Sunday evening, the Key. F. J. Clark, speaker. K. N. A.'s Mfpt in Country.— The R. N. A. club will meet next Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. George Scliuffham. All members who ex peel to go should be at the Hbrarj lit 1:30, and there will be cars to take them out. The entertuinmen committee consists of Mesdames rainier, Guderiiui, Pickard, Cape- sins, Moore, Stewart, and Phillips. 12 (iirls Have Urldge Tarty- Catherine McCall entertained at bridge Monday evening at three tables. Gueets were: Doris Long, Drusilla Caughlin, Margaret Blossom, Alice Rist, Alice* Kain, Kathryn Mi.slw.ch, Meredith Lathrop, Kathleen Holtzbauer, Ruth McMahon, Mary Janice Rice, and Josephine Murtagh. TRINITY EV. LUTHERAN, PI J. Bniner, Pastor — Next Sunday: Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. German communion will be celebrated; confessional service at 10; usual divine ^service, at 10:30. Announcements Cor the communion will be received at the parsonage Saturday. The Aid will meet with Mrs. Ella Dreesman this afternoon. The Y. P. S. will meet Tuesday, August 4. Houors Hire. Jm>. Klyini— Mrs. Alfred Krucger entertained in honor of Mrs. John Flynn la«t week Wednesday. The afternoon •was spent at bridge. Those in attendant* were Mrs. Otto, Roy and Ernest Jensen, Mrs. Ilobt. Dransfeldt, Mrs. nicn Sharp, Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mrs. J. M. liluAVhnrd, and Mrs. John Flynn. Mrs. John Flynn receivtxl KU(*4 pri'/.e. nlso high score. Mrs. Ray .leiiHC-n received consolation jwlio 1 . Mrs. W. .J. Ooltmi Unti'rlains— Mr.s. W. J. Cotton entertained Friday at three tables of bridge for Mrs. John Flynn. Guests were Mrs. Otto, Roy and Kruusl Jensen, Mrs. Robert Dran.sfeldt, Mi«. Glen Sharp, Mrs. j M. ISlanch.ird, Mrs. John Flynj) r Mr.s. Fern Krueger, Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Neva Thompson, Florence Yager, Mrs. L. R. Roderick. Mr.s. Dninsfeldt took high score and Mr.s. Ruy Jensen consolation prize. Cliark-s Hunks to Clinic— Mrs. E. M. Hawks and Mrs. Jessie StebritK took the former's son Charlee xo Rochester last week Thurrtday, where be will go through the clinic. Mr, Hawkti has been in very poor health the last year. Mrs. HawkK and Jessie returned home Saturday and Mr. Hawks remained for "treatment. Afternoon Luncheon Is Given— Mrs. W. J. Cotton entertained last week Thursday at a 1 o'clock luncheon. MIKH leather Pellpws, Hollywood. CoJif., Mrs.'S. H. Frederickson, of Grant Falls, Mont., and Mrs. Harry McCorkle, Mrs. Opal Morrison and Juanita Martin, of Algona, were guests. Honor U. O. M.-R. Linotypist— Mr. and Mrs. Merle W. Scliwie- tert, with relatives and friends, had a picnic dinner at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday, the occasion being Mr. Schwietert's birthday anniversary, \\-hich was Friday. Mr Schwietert is linotypist for the Up per Des Moines-Republican. Farm Bureau Social Success— The Plum Creek Farm Bureau had an ice cream social at H. J Bode's Friday night, and 60 F. B members attended, besides many outsiders. The crowd was entertained with a program of voca loK, instrumental selections, readings, and a play. Bert Oroiian Birthday Obsi'i-.vcil— Friends surprised Bert Cromu Friday evening by dropping in fo an evening of curds in honor of his birthday. "Five hundred" was played at three tables, after which a two-course lunch was served. PRESBYTERIAN, J. L. Coleinan, .'ustor — The Sunday morning lours of worship ore 10 to 12: Sunday school at 10. Sermon theme, Looking Ahead. Evening Y. I'. S. C. E. at 7. Matters of importance will come up. Worship, will be at the, Methodist church, the Rev. Mr. Clark speaking. Mrs. Thos. Akre underwent a. gallstones operation at the Kossuth hospital Tuesday moriitng. Whittemore, July 20—The Rodman baseball team played, at Whittemore last Sunday, and Whittemore won 9 to 2. Marshal Green announces that he has been directed to take up all dogs without licenses. Fewer than 40 owners have applied for licenses, and he estimates that there are at least 100 dogs in town without them. The firemen were called to the E. J. Sutler home, 1508 N. Phillips street, Friday evening at 'S o'clock, where an oil stove was ablaze in an upstairs apartment occupied by the Milton Fox family. Little damage was done. Oliver Mbe, owner of the building, is preparing to have a new front built ,for the Richardson Furniture Exchange. It will be modern in typ'e, with plate glass display windows, anil' the door wilt be on the south side. Mr. and Mrs. D. E'. Dewel left lost Thursday morning for an auto mobile tour to- Niagara Falls, Washington, D. C., and other points They planned 1 to be away two weeks. Their baby daughter MarjoVie is with her grandparents, Mr. and -Mrs. W. C. DeweV. County Recorder Laura Paine .is taking a two weeks vacation from her duties, and is spending it at home. She has as guests her daughter-in-law; Mrs: Raymond Paine, Pasadena, Calif., and tile lat tor's little daughter Sally, who- plan to go home August 1. Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Potter, had the end ot' hei right index finger- smashed' in- a cream separator Sunday morning- She and- another child were play ing with the discarded separator and the, playmate accidentally turn ed the crank while Joan had her finger in the machine. A son of Mi-, and M.rs;. R. O: BjUs- trom, of the Hobartun store, ram into a t barricade on the McGregor street road to Hobartun Monday- night. The road' had' l*een blocked 1 off for repairs .on- the Blackford' bridge at the foot of the hill at the west edge of town. The car wa* damaged, but no one- wus- hurt.. FIUST LUTHERAN, (r. K. Olson, I'astor — Next Sunday: Sunday ichool at 10; morning worship, 10:45. Services at Bancroft: 3 p. m.,- Swedish; S p. m., English. IN EQUITY NO. 123SK. OF APPLICATION FOll AUTHORITY TO SKLT, CEll- TAIJf KKAI, KSTATK TO AV. I«. MUST. In the District Court of Iowa, iii and for Kossuth county. LA. A. Andrew, Superintendent of Banking of the State of Iowa, Plaintiff, 'em to tfteffieows, any. 49c 39c Any children's hat iirai the Annex Ladies',wash dresses—sizes' aTe^sHot" but more 14, 16, and 1& thara anything else : -' Sweaters and G 4 anxil'l bathing, suits Ladies* silk dresses—those that sola" —ordidn't sell— :; CflF CUR at SP5..WV now ___-i-^KI«<vw * 45C $1 ara "$f J5 Kayser bloomers, extrai/Talne —-.___.!_-;' Big Turkish towels, good for one atone time, .. long wearing |J Children's wash dresses, • 2 to 6, 8 to 14 ___(! Remnants • < / p< at .__/2 ^ Ladies' silk dresses—no large si but good selection in 14, 16, and 18 COATSj—Last call, big values, all sizes PRld Assortment of kimonas, pajamas, eil sembles," linen dresses, etc. i mostly small sizes \ llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllNllllllllliilll^ Men's 1.39 grade OVERALLS 77c Not the ordinary $1.00 kind, but a truly $1.39 value. Triple stitched, Wom«n>'s PURE SILK . STOCKINGS 37c A special par- chase of regular $1.00 lioBB, now to go at 37Zc. Triple stitcbfid!,, suspender back, heavy blue- d'enj- im. Men's IINION SUITS 49c ; Well made garment, all sizes to choose from, on. sale at 49c. Men's $2.50 WOKK SHOES $1.69 Made for comfort and long wear, all leather outing. Entire $15,OOO Stock in a Most Terrific C-R-A-S-H Make arrangements now to come to the greatest Sale Algona has seen since the i good old days of 1914 WOULD AVAU NUUSK VISITS ItUJIT PAUEXTS— BURT—Mrs. Sid Barteau and her little daughter arrived Sunday to visit the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. \V. B. Stahl. Mrs. Barteau was Nellie Stahl, Kosnuth's World war nurse in France. New BUmcliard Mr. anil Mrs. John Sones, Cherokee, announce the birth of a girl naflied LucUle Wwilyn on July 14- Mrs, Sones <j.nd baby are at tbe Former Luhoslios in Picnic— Former members of the Luhosho campt'ire and their guardian, Mrs. Lloyd Wellendorf, enjoyed a picnic supper at the Ambrose A. Call state park last Thursday evening. Other Society News An afternoon bridge party was held at the Country club clubhouse Tuesday afternoon; Mesdames C. H. Williams, H. R. Cowan, J. T. Chrls- chilles, and M. P. Haggard, hostesses. There were 32 women in attendance, and Mrs. M. J. Strelt and Mrs. H.-L. Gilmore won the high scores. The Baptist Loyal class will meet with Mrs. Carl Willason this afternoon; Mrs. Clinton Sampson and Mrs. Elkiiis, assisting hostesses. Mrs. s. A. Worster entertained her bridge club Friday afternoon at three tables, and Mrs. H. M. Hau berg won the high score. The Methodist W. H. M. 8. will meet with Mrs. William C. Steele Instead of with Mra. W. B. Laird this afternoon at 3:30. . Mosquitoes Inject PoisonousThinning Fluid Into Blood! Cause of Horrible flood! Diseases Mow Known Most people think the pa^n and itch of a mosquito bite is due to irritation of the "bite" itself. This is far from the truth, as science shows. When the mosquito sinks her stinger thru your skin to drink, she first must inject a fluid from her serum sac to thin your | blood. - 1 i This thinning fluid is poisonous and often alive with the germs of malignant diseases, taken up from unhealthy people the mosquito has bitten before going to you. Aa this is "direct transmission" of disease germs into the blood it constitutes a terrible danger. You shudder when an awful blood disease is mentioned. Shudder when you see a mosquito and lose no time in reaching for your FLY-TOX gun and ending the mosquito's life, quickly. FLF-TOX is proven to be the surest, quickest-killing household spray made. It is sure death to the FEAKFUL7,—Fly, Mosquito, Roach, ed Bug, Ant, Flea, Moth. Insist on FLY-TOX at your drug •tore or grocery. FOR THURSDAY ONLY Galvanized WATER PAILS 12-quart size. Made with extra large rtTet- ed ears, can't pull out, only 10 Cents With $1.00 Purchase o'r^Ovw. FOR FRIDAY ONLY Women's , WASH DRESSES New summer frocks, only 75 in the group, all sizes, imagine only • ,. 39 Cents With $1.00 Purchase of Merchandise, Groceries Not, Included. FOR SATURDAY ONLY 59c BROOMS with polished handle; four-sewed, a real parlor broom 19 Cents j With $1.00 Purchase, GrocoriM Not Included. A SALE YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR A LONG TH Terrific crashing prices «»| GROCERIES BOYS' $2.25 LONG PANTS In light and dark colors, latest wide bottoms, at—, $1.39 LADIES' SLIPPERS Made to sell at $4.50, including spike heels, kid leather £4 and patent ^ I a Lest we Forget Women's WASH DRESSES 69c The smartest dresses you ever saw at $1.25, and now only 69c. Your tribute to the departed should remain unchanged throughout the coming generations. How often in old-time churchyards the monuments of an earlier day are found crumbling and discolored with age, the precious record of their inscriptions obliterated by time and the elements. No such fate awaits .the memorial shaped in Rock of Ages. The names that are entrust^ ed to it for perpetuation will not he forgotten. Let us give you the ben" efit of our experience in the selection of a design, that will harmonize with, your cemetery plot. Godden Monument Co, Children's WASH DRESSES 39c Fast colors, good styles. Big lot to choose from. L GRANULATED O SUGAR $1 25 Lb. Bag Witli $5.00 Purchase or Over—.Groceries Not Included, Girls' I'UMPS AND STRAPS $1.39 In patent and kid leather, values up to $2.50. Women's Slippers OXFORDS AND PUMPS ' $1.00 • Discontinued styles we sold up to $5.00. SELLING OUT Entire stock of Men's Suits $9.95 They have the style, fabric, and tailoring. Sale new Summer DRESSES , Chiffons, crepes, printed crepes, AU good styles, smart materials, made to sell up to $11.95— npw to go at FLOUK — 49-11). bag -----Fruit jar rubbers, 6 doi? Vinegar, cider, Mustard, quart jar --• Matches, 6 boxes — FEABEBRY COFI Finest Iflmt roasted, 8 Ibs, -' Malt _____ Scansforllj Salmon, tall cans ----- j Bran Flafces, Macaroni, per Folger's coffee, REACHES, i 11).,— cans-.— ...... Blue Ribbon malt .- Porfc and beans, cans soap, 10 No ; • So. 10 size cans Peaches, No. 10 es, No. Beans, 7j Eggf taken in the tame M OM'S S a w

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