Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1931 · Page 2
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*FAOB TWO Foster's We are now showing the new Fall Suites at the lowest prices in our 25 years of furniture business. 2-PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITES $49.50 $69.50 $89.50 Dr. M. G. Bourne returned last Thursday from Chicago, where he pent several days on business. Fred Clark Jr. left Friday for lear Lake, where he Is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Clark. Bernlce Hnrgroaves will leave Saturday for Charles City, where she vtll teach. This Is her second year xt Charles City. Helen Streit, O f Chicago, came Saturday nnd visited till yesterday 3-PIECE BEDROOM SUITES Bed, Chest of Drawers,-Vanity Dresser $33.50 $52.50 $69.50 with the Anton Strelts. Helen is a niece of Mr. Strett. C. K. Clark will go to Dos Molnes Monday, and will be n. demonstrator for the Iowa State concrete company during the Iowa State fair. The Baptist Loyal class meets this ifternoon (Thursday) with Mrs. Ross Coleman, Mrs. F. M. Stoner and Anna Ingersoll assisting. bst and two children, Teddy and Joel, of Hartley, were In Algona Monday calling on relatives and friends. William Steele came home Sunday from'Iowa City, where he has been attending the university during the second term ot summer school. Leo Deutsch, formerly of Humboldt, began work Friday at the BJelland barber shop, and will continue through the week of the county fair. Phyllda Sonnerholm, who Is a beauty, operator at the shop over the Hub Billiard parlor, went to her home at Crystal Lake Sunday for a two weeks vacation. Mrs. Wm. Freeman left for Hankinson, N. D., Friday for a visit with relatives. En route she was to stop at Minneapolis for a visit with an old school friend. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore 11-year-old son Stanley, San ,ine, and Sigrld Strom returned Sunday from a ten-day vacation at Lfirnmle, Wyo., and Greeley, Colo. The Phillips visited relatives at dree- Icy, and Sigrld visited relatives at Laramle. Sigrld returned to her duties at the Ooeders store Monday. R. O. RIchter, of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leeck. • Tltonka, Mrs. Albert Metzger and daughter, Imogene, of Algona, were visitors in Fnll Creek and Elmena, Wis., and South St. Paul last week. They also visited in Eau Clalr, Wls., where K088UTM COtt NtY ApV ASlu^iii&JB2£ FENTON GIRLS BEAT ALGONA AT KjTTENBALL Fenton, Aug. 25—The Fenton girls' klttenba.ll team defeated the Algona girls on the local filed. Sunday 19-8. The game was played as a preliminary to the baseball game. Fenton girls on the local field Sunday 19-8, and scored freely. Algona girls were only able to gather a few scattered hits from the offerings of Freda Relmers, but fought gamely and were real 'sports throughout. AN gona has one of the sportiest girls' teams that have played here and please the fans always. The Fenton baseball team won a rather one-sided game from Ledyard, scoring 16 runs and holding Ledyard to 7. Fenton hitters opened up In the seventh getting seven hits and runs. 4-H Girls Plon for Fair— The 4-H club girls met with their leader Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod last week Tuesday afternoon with 18 members present. Roll call was answered by mention of a hygiene habit, and the program consisted of a demonstration, manicuring, by Marlys Jensen; points on judging by Mrs. Weisbrod; discussion of fail- plans. Pictures were taken of the style girl, judging team, demonstration team, and the entire group. Refreshments- followed .adjournment. Friday night from Cedar ' tfalW, where they have summer schfcol been attertdihg they spent two nights with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bailey, north of town, drove to Salina, Kas., Sun- da.y to meet their daughter, Mrs. K. E.Wight, Clayton, N. M., who, with her two sons, is here for a visit of Indefinite length. Mr. Wight, who Is a Standard Oil employe, brought his family as far as Salina. Mrs. Wight was Mildred Bailey. Hilda Campbell went to her home at Pine Island, Minn., Monday for a week's vacation. Hilda is .employed in the beauty shop over the Iowa State bank. Beulah Hartshorn, <_-ho is employed in Dailey's beauty shop Mrs. Edythe over Bloom's store, is in charge of the shop over the bank during Hilda's absence. The Rev. P. J. Braner, who since last Thursday has been taking treat- [limit;! Ktvuuun , _ gr y Mrs. F. P. Newel spent from last week Tuesday till Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Mary Sorensen, at Waldorf. Her 1 sister, Helen Harmon, who spent a week at the Newel home, returned to her home with her. \ •'•'• • Liiella Kohlstedt and Viola Light returned Friday from a trip in the east. Miss Kohlstedt and Miss Light attended six weeks* of summer school at Columbia university In New York City. Joe Elgler and son Frank, and the latter's wife, of Defiance, were over-Sunday visitors at the F. H. Elgler home. The former 1 Is Mr. Elgler's brother, and the nephew Is his namesake. Mr. and Mrs. G. M, Miller, Rlng- sted, spent the latter part of last week at the C. G. Humphrey home, While here Mr. Miller done some remodeling at the Dr. E. W. Ruske cottage. Frank Humphrey, Henry Langerman, Walter Krause, Robert Boettcher and Alex Radlg spent several days last week at and aroum Mitchell, S. D., buying stock foi feeding. Gertrude Johnson, who made an 8-PIECE DINING ROOM SUITES in the oak, walnut veneer, and solid walnut Price, $62.50 to $145.00 Foster Furniture Co. .1 Long's Food Shop Where You Get Quality, Service, and Price. Five Daily Free Deliveries. : Two Phones. Get tr Know Our Weekly Plan of Buying Groceries. ... _68c 78c 25c No. 10 tins of Red Pitted Cherries t Flour, while this shipment lasts, 49 Ib. bag Lard, best quality, 2 Ibs. and Antonio, Tex., left Friday after a month with Mrs. Moore's father, D. A. Haggard, and other local relatives. Mrs. Edythe Dailey and son Bill spent Sunday and Monday in Minneapolis with the former's mother and other relatives. Mrs. Dailey owns a,nd operates two beauty shops here. Margaret Flynn, New York City, former Algona high school teacher, came Friday to visit the A. K. Cliffs and other local friends. Miss Flynn is a distant relative of the late J. W. Sullivan. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hutchison, Cedar Rapids, and two daughters, came Saturday to spend a week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison. Donald is practicing law at Cedar Rapids. . J. W. Staley, La Crosse, Wis., his daughter Mrs. Mary Olson, ' Forest City, and two daughters, Mary Lou ise and Patricia, visited with friends last Thursday en route to Burt for a visit with relatives. Dorothy Sherman, of New York City, who had spent a three weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sherman, left for the city Saturday night. Dorothy is office manager for a law firm. Mr. and Mrs.- Wm. Shirley spent Sunday at Mason City at the home of their son Dr. Hale Shirley. Doctor Shirley is substituting for a doctor at the Park clinic. He will locate at Lincoln, Neb., after October 1. The R, E. Sheleys, who have lived here since last November, are moving to Fort Dodge September 1. Mr. Sheley is an auditor for the Standard Oil company. They have been living on north Thorington street. Roy Hilton, his daughter Charlotte and son Bill, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hawcott returned Wednesday from St. Paul, where they spent several days on business. Mr. Hilton is the ments at the Ball Sanitarium at Colfax, is improving nicely. He is coming home Saturday to preach Sunday, but will return to Colfax in order to take several more, treatments. Colfax is known as a health resort because of Its mineral water. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cullen and son Terence, of Oelwein, came Sunday to spend a week with the Anton Streits and the John Cullens at Whittemore.'Mrs. Cullen Is a daugh ter of Mr. Streit and Maurice is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Culler,. Maurice is employed in the Ford garage at Oelwein; and has a week's vacation. Mrs. Christ Omholt and son Arnold, of Great Falls, Mont., came a week ago Tuesday to visit her brother Walter and other Algona relatives. They plan to be here about a week. Mr. Omholt Is a sewer contractor at Great Falls, but work has slackened up and the Om- holts are considering locating in Algona. The Harry Wrights spent Saturday and Sunday attending a Bankers' Life company picnic at McGregor. The picnic was given agents of the company as a reward for making a quota during the period from August 1 to 20. This is the third time that Mr. Wright has won such a reward in the six months he Birthday Surprise Party Given- Neighbors and friends of Mrs. W. R. Wolfe came to her home with well-filled basket^ to spend the afternoon honoring her birthday, each bringing handkerchiefs as gifts. Attending Schmidt, were J. T. Mesdomes Otto Waite, Kenneth Stephenson, Chris Widdel, H. H. Wlddel, Wilbert Huldorff, J. T. Snyder, T. N. McFnll, Earl Dean, Frank McFall, John Kramer and Beatrice Kramer. . . Picnic Parly Goes to take— A group of relatives and friends went to Terrace Park, at the Oko- bojis, and enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday. In the company were M r and Mrs. J. F. Newel and daughter Irene, the W. E. Stoeber, Frank, Charles Newel, and E. F. has been in Algona. Dorothy Donnelly, of De Kalb, Weisbrod families, Mrs. Battle Weisbrod and son Lester, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Bailey, and Mrs. Frank Letchford, of Namper, Neb. extended visit at the A. J. Kennedy and Dennis Hendrlckson homes, returned to her homo at New Hartford last week Wednesday. Mrs. Thomas and daughter Thelma, and Josephine Ostrum, of Des Molnes, came Saturday evening and visited till Sunday evening .with Doctor S. W. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Bailey; Mrs. Frank Letchford, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Fernau, of Namper, Neb., came Saturday for a few days visit at J. F. Newel's. QIadys Welshrod, employed at the Field's beauty shop, Ames, spent the latter part of last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Voettler and grandson Bobbie Voettler left last week Wednesday .for a week's visit with relatives in Waterloo. The Dr. A. W. Whitlow family, of Swea City, and the F. C. Bailey family were dinner guests at the parental Frank Bailey home. Henry Edgar Stedman, of Carroll, is spending this week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Lindsey. Philip Wander and Charles Humphrey attended a purebred hog sale last week Tuesday at Estherville. Irene Newel visited friends a Palmer and Poeahontas from las week Wednesday till Saturday. Laufende' ftfid h'W ^I?fe t i,eftj6yed a Visit -tost week frdm ,tHe fbrtner's daughters,' Mra. & it, Hershcy, and kin Samuel, PIpeAtohe, < Minn., Mrs. Josephine Motnch, Des Molnes, Mrs. Frank Frances And daughter, Fort Dodge, and on Inst week Wedhesdny Mr«. Jack Seetey,-bt Errimetsburg;. With Jane Olson, ot Chiijago, the group held a family reunion at an Emmetsburg park, With a picnic dinner Sunday. ' Lewis Wlldln and son George visited at the James Hood home near Waconda, 8. p.,'week before last. They purchased a carload of feed- Ing cattle. •'-.'•. •!•'••' B. F. and D. .D. Sparks'left Tuesday morning to deliver a truck and nuto load of honey,at Sioux City. Alice and Lois, daughters of Mr and Mrs. D< D. Sparks, had' their tonsils and adenoids removed . last Thursday at ! the Kossuth hospital, arid were brought home Friday. The Aid met last week Wednesday with.Mrs. ii. A. Potter, 20 being present, Including Mesdames Seeley, of fimmetsburg and Mrs Hershey, of Ptpestone, Minn. The Mothers and Daughters club will meet September 3 with Mrs. A. Potter, the first meeting of the new club year. The program Is completed by the committee, Mrs Oliver Bakken, chairman, Mesdames L. Miller and Fred Parks, and .he topic for discussion Is "your favorite poem and why." Mrs. D. D Sparks .Is leader. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Miller and son Dolph, Mr. and Mrs." C. H. Pottei and daughter Hazel, the L. H. Craw fords, Merle and Mr. and Mrs. L. L Wellendorf, Mesdnmes M. A. Bar tholomew and Mae Miller, Mr. am Mrs. R. J. Hutchison and daughtc Ruth, of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Bull Lawson and Budd's mother, from near Corwlth, Dr. and' Mrs. Dor weller, of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs John Hutchison, of Wesley, and th O. L. Miller's, of Irvlngton, enjoye a picnic dinner at the Ambrose A Call state park Sunday In honor o Leona Wellendorf, of Washington D. C., who arrived last week'Thurs day for a month's vacation, .and Mr and Mrs. H. M. Brown and daughte Harriett, of Denver, Colo., who lef Tuesday after .a month's visit ' i Iowa, Mrs. Brown was Rache Hutchison. LOAN! Can and Live stock, ..„ •™id by small eqU M >ayments. Our Jxtension plan when sick or 0 Picnic Hams, per Ib. HAVE YOU EATEN LOJVG'S HAMBURGER AND SAUSAGE? BETTER ORDER SOME. Come in and look over oiir iOc bins of Canned Goods. FOR CANNING—COLORADO PEACHES next week. Plenty of Green Corn. FOR THESE COOL MORNINGS, don't forget that our new meat case is full of the best quality roasts. EAT MORE LIVER. Long's Food Shop EVERYTHING TO EAT company representative BARGAINS We have the cleanest bunch of used cars we have ever owned and the prices are $50 below the average. \ If you are contemplating the purchase of a different car it will pay you to look over our stock before buying. CAN ARRANGE CONVENIENT TERMS KENT MOTOR CO. Phone AUTHORIZED Algona, lows Service— —Salei Sonners here. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Schoby, of Mason City, are spending this week with Mrs. Schoby's mother, Mrs. .R. E. Brown, and other relatives. Mr. Schoby has been working for the Iowa State brand creamery at Ma son City. Earl Ashland, of Clear Lake, who has rented the J. T. Chrischilles building, for a grocery store, was In Algona Tuesday looking after business matters in connection with the new store. He has not set a definite date for the opening of the store. Only one man showed up for a "dutch" lunch scheduled to 'be held at the Country club Thursday. Cards announcing the lunch were not sent | out. The lunches were supposed to be held every Thursday night as a part of the cup tournament. The C. L. Blileys returned Saturday from Clear Lake, where they spent a week. Mr. Bliley Is manager of the local Graham store, and will go to Ottumwa Saturday to spend a week attending a fall buying convention for the Graham stores. Shirley Ellsworth, nine-year-old granddaughter of Jos. Steil, was a visitor here from last week Wed nesday till Sunday. Her mother was formerly Verda Steil, and hei father operates a funeral home a rlumboldt. Her parents came after icr Sunday. Mrs. Vernon Stehle, of Washing- on, D. C., arrived Sunday for an extended visit with her father, 5Yank Ellison and Vernon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.' J. Stehle while Vernon is on tour with the United States navy band in which he Is clarinet soloist. Mrs. Harriet Stewart, Seattle, Wash., her daughter Mrs. R. L< Leas and husband, Detroit, stopped for a visit from Wednesday till Saturday with the Jos. Stella. They 111., came a week ago Friday for several weeks visit with Alice Kain. Alice and Dorothy will return toj De Kalb September 13. Both girls attend the Northern Illinois State Teachers college. This will be Alice's junior year in the liberal arts college. Alice is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kain. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Skinner, their daughter Kate, and the Anton Dld- rlksens spent Sunday at Sheffield, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hull. Mr. Hull, who is a former Advance linotypist, is now foreman of the Sheffield Press. He roomed at the Skinner home when he worked here. Mr. Hull, who left here a year ago, was married in June. Grace Kouba, stenographer at the Sullivan, McMahon & , Linnan law offices, is taking a two weeks vacation, and during her absence Trade Holtzbauer is substituting. Grace's sister Vera, of the Kossuth County State bank, is also taking a vacation, but resumed her work Monday. The sisters, who have, an apartment at Mrs. Lottie Kain's, are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kouba, of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Q. C. Drummond, of Chicago', and daughter Mary, returned to Algona Sunday from Spirit Lake, where they had visited Mr. Drummond's parents. Mrs. Drummond is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison. The Drummonds have spent several weeks here and at Spirit Lake. Mr. Drummortd is an instructor in a Roger Park high school. They will return to Chicago early in September. H. J. Vande Steeg, who Is Watkins representative in south Kossuth, is anxious to locate here but finds rent very high.. He is .at present staying at the Wm. K. Fergu- s.on home. His family Is at Hospers but as soon as Mr. Vande Steeg finds a desirable house which rents at a moderate price he will move his Methodist Aid Xuines Officers— Methodist Aid met Friday afternoon at the church parlors with Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, Mrs. George Goetsch, Mrs. John Ulfers and Mrs. Chris Ruske as hostesses. Election of officers was held, and the following were named: Preldent, Mrs. W. R. Wolfe; vice president, Mrs. J. T. Waite; secretary, Mrs. G. B. Johnson, and treasurer, Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod. 300 or less obtained, n »bl nent. For CJIAS. PHONE .S 4 State ^_ Labor Excursioi September 5 - $1 —TO- I CHICAGO! .00 Children Half Fare Buy Your Tickets Enh'1 Tickets will be good coaches only on all September 5 and 6. Retyrn by midnight September 8, TICKETS JfOW ON I The MlLWAUl ADVANCE WANT-ADS GET BEST Cresco Have Picnic In Minnesota— Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod and Mrs. Grace Gibbons and children, Florlce and Roger, motored to Albert Lea, Minn., Sunday, where they were joined by Mrs. Welsbrod's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bey and son Forrest, of Dodge Center, Minn., and enjoyed a picnic dinner at the park. Fpiiton Woman looses Brother— Mrs. A. H. Krause and Mrs. F. C. Bailey received word last week Tuesday night of the death of their brother, I. Gappa, who has been at the veteran's hospital at Fort Snelling, Minn., three months. Funeral services were held at the St. Michael Catholic church at Whittemore Saturday. Dolltrer Pastor Speaks Here— The Rev. M. L. Carver, of Dolliver, conducted services at the Methodist church Sunday in the absence of the Rev. J. T. Snyder, who, with H. J. Huskamp, left Friday morning for a ten-day visit with relatives in Pennsylvania. Mr. Huskamp will also visit friends in Indl- QiilltliiB Party Is Hold- Mrs. Charles Glaus entertained friends at a. quilting party last week Mrs. Howard Strayer has been a patient at an ftowa City hospital since last\Thursday; Mr. and Mrs. Strayer are assistants at the county farm. Mr. Strayer expects to go to visit Mrs. Strayer this week end and Sunday. His sister, of Burt, is filling Mrs. Strayer's place. Mr. and Mrs. C. H, Potter went to Council Bluffs Tuesday and re- tur,ned with a ten-year-old boy from a children's home. The boy will live with them. The Harry Sabin family spent Sunday at Dan Shultz's near Kanawha.; the Earl Miller family with relatives at Boone; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox with Algona friends. Dolph Miller, who stepped on a nail one day last week, can walk again. Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Pool and son Lawrence attended a homecoming jubilee at Renwick last Thursday. Mrs. Alta Stiles and sons Donald, Delbert, and Charles, of Charles City visited relatives from Friday to Sunday evening. i Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Olson and son 1931 Is A Buyer's Market The Ideal Time To Build I .. A Home. • Or Anything! Houses built at the top of markets cost an unnecessary sum for interest every year of their lives . . . and they are hard to sell for what they cost, I On the other hand, houses built at the bottom of the I market have a life-long low interest charge and caul be sold at a profit. . <[ Which kind of a house would you rather have-. ., if you prefer the second type BUILD this year. Building materials and labor are the lowest in fifteen yean . . . you can save 20 per cent on the cost of a small | dwelling. We build it complete. Let us show you ... Botsford Lumber CoJ Algona, low M. J. POOL PHONE 256 Wednesday. Mesdames Attending were John Gramenz, the Earl Dean, Carrie Voight, John Kramer, Hattie Weisbrod and John Ulfers. Llnrtsey Buys Woolgtoek Shop— Marcus Lindsey has purchased a barber shop at Woolstock and took possession this week. He will move his family as soon as suitable quarters can be found. > jTry Advance Want-Ads. family here. He said he may locate at a smaller town in the county on account of the high rents here. Mrs. W. D. Howie and daughter Beverly spent last week at Austin Minn., visiting the Russell Cooks, former Algonians. Mr. Howie and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hargreaves and children drove to Austin Sunday and Mrs. Howie and Beverly returned home with them. Mr. Cook drives a Hormel truck out of Austin. Mrs. Cook is well known here as she clerked in the Moe & Sjogren grocery store lor some time before leaving here. Dr. Wm. Presnell and daughter Laura Eva, who have been at Maquoketa with Mrs. Presnell at the home of her parents, spent the week-end with the doctor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Presnell. The Doctor spent a day at Fort Dodge Norrlg Mitchells Have Son— A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell, four miles west of town, Friday night. They now have three girls and one boy. Grocery Sale! PRICES are the lowest in years. We promise you the lowed! prices in Groceries in Algona. Read and compare. We won| be undersold. Will open any can or package for companion Pineapple, No. 2 1-2 can 18c Cider Vinegar, gallon 29c were en route from Seattle to De- buying equipment for his office. He Mrs. Stewart is a sister of the will locate at Charlotte, in Clinton trolt. late Mrs. SteiL Mr. and Mr%. A. W. Farwell, San Francisco, came Thursday spend a week or ten days with the Fred W. Wehlers, parents of Mrs. Farwell, who was formerly Gertrude Wehner. Mr. Farwell Is manager of a depaftment in the Hale department store in San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Huitt, now in California, are parents of a boy, born three weeks ago, according to word reaching Algona. Mr. Huitt taught in the high school here two or three years ago, and roomed at the D. H. Goeders home. He was married after he left Algona. Jessie Story, who taught the sixth grade here two years ago, and her mother were guests at the C. L. Ingersoll home one day last week. They were on their way to Tulsa, Ariz., where Miss Story will teach again this year. She roomed at the IngergpH home when she was here. Clarence Phillips, bis sister Pau- [county, September 1. He is equlp- o f ping and redecorating his office to now. Dr. Presnell spent several years In government service in the Panama canal none. Mrs. James Dunigan, of Emmetsburg, visited from Friday till Sunday with Mrs. Nellie McMahon. The McMahons lived neighbors to the Dunigans when the McMahons lived at Emmetsburg. Last week Wednesday Mrs. McMahon had as her guests Mrs. Frank Dealy, Emmetsburg, and daughter Josephine and Lola Oliver^ of Ruthven. Miss Oliver was principal of the Emmetsburg high school for many years and made her home with Mrs. McMahon. She now teaches in the Omaha schools. ORDER YOUR SEATS IN THE new grandstand at the Clay coujn- ty fair at Spencer now. Same price as Jast year.—Write Leo C. DaUey, Secretary. 25u.j>9 Other Fenton News. Lola Lindsey and Grace Yackey came Friday afternoon for a visi' with the former's parents, Mr. ant Mrs. H. C. Lindsey. They left Sunday afternoon for Carroll to visi Miss Lindsey's sisters. From there they will go to Shelby to spend a few days with Miss Yackey'S' parents before returning to Iowa City, where they both have positions at the University hospital. Esther Siegel, of Waterloo, and Sylvia Ostreim, of Chicago, came last week Wednesday for a visit with Verona Weisbrod. Miss Weisbrod entertained at three tables of Bunco Friday at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M'ke Weisbrod, in honor of her guests. Miss Siegel and Miss Weisbrod were last year collegemates. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Goetsch and son Dale left last week Tuesday morning for Ellendale; Minn., for a visit at the Herman Voight and Francis Butler homes. Mrs. Voight and Mrs. Butler are Mr. and Mrs. Hanson's daughters, and are sisters of Mrs. Harold Goetsch. Air. and Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson entertained at two tables of bridge Friday night. High scores were won by Mildred De Craw and Cecil McGinnis, of Algona. Other guests were Nellie McGinnis, Wayne Stephenson, Mrs. Cecil MeGinnis, and Maynard Stephenson. J. M. Murray, of. Spring Lake, Minn., spent several days last week at Geo. Goetsch's in Seneca, and R. C.. Goetsch's here. Mr. Murray is a brother-in-law of the Goetsches and Is salesman,, for ttoe Fairbanks- Morse company. Virginia HusKamp, Alma, . Peter- Bai cbe »tl)«M84 Flour, 24i Ib. sack __I__59c 49 LB. SACK, 69c Oatmeal, large pkg. ____15c 2 Ibs. Fig Bars 25c Fruit Jar Rubbers, regular IOc grade, 5 doz. ' Fruit Jar Caps, 99jjj\ Mason, dpz. •' Powdered Sugar, 4 Ibi. Apricots, 2 Ibs Prunes, 3 lb». Cocoanut, bulk, Ib Parowax Sealing, 3 pkgs. 25c | Blue Ribbon Malt COFFEE SPECIAL PEABEBRY 25c grade, 3 Ibs, Folger's Coffee, 2 Ib. can 76c Butter-Nut Coffee 39c Chase &. Sanborn Cof fee 35c Monarch Breakfast _ _ _ _ 25c Maxwell House Coffee _ _37c P, & G, Soap, 10 bars Kirk't Hard Water 4 bar»< s Rinso, large pkg. ----- $1 Chipto, large pkg. '^ Oxydol, large pkg. Starch, 3 Cherries, Red Pitted, No. 10 size Pineapple, No. 10 size can GALLON FRUITS 65c 73c Bladk or Bed Raspberries, No. 10 size can Peaches, No. 10 |ize can — 8! son, LuciMe Zumach, ley, ABce Bertha Bananas, 6 Ibs. Peaches, basket BLOOM'S SUGAR PRICES FIRST J

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