Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1931 · Page 3
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mufti?, 1931. KOSStJTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA PAGE TH1 STON WOMAN _~ Services were tow- *?.':/.; a t the Methodist, ,„. Rev. Jf- *• Sn y der * tor Mrs- Mary Men* 83, jS^Trs ftt -^ 10 ^^ I^'VeT last week Tuesday and spent till Friday, Nettle Weisbrod entertained Martha Gilbert, Mable -Brandt, Margie Klelnheksel, Lily Raamusson, and Mathilda Kreaaln at n slumber party last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Staley and two children, of Seattle, Wash Visited Friday a t the F. H. Eiglor home. The Staleys are former Algona residents. Mrs. I. Gappa nnd children Francis and Elizabeth, 0 C Triumph, Minn., were week-end visitors at the A. H. Krause home «nd the parental Frank Qappa's at Whittemore Bessie Meyers, of Freeport, til., came last week Tuesday for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Philip Wander, i Marietta Helgason, home econom- „_ . Ics teacher at Klngsted, spent the w as married to Jo-1 week-end with her friend, Margie Martha Chris- her physl- began to fall and she n t the time at home. n ^t wo years she was un- S SM bo™ ln P"- elseTn ' jwnz • _, n4 .«ii.j * n Jo- MANY STUDENTS GO TO COLLEGE FROM LUVERNE Lu Verne, Sept. ],-,—The annual exodus of college students lias be- K>iTi.___Followlns; are some of the young people who are leaving or liavo left . home after n vacation here; Theodore KoHchler anil -Harry Hoepnor, I'eorla, 111. • State college, Vera Ames; Tiode, Alice Five tihlldren n ft en. died in 1929 after their .marriage to America, Where .they for eight years. locat- de In came to Kossuth county, three n/on the place now r son Otto. they.lived till seven they moved into their home with Mrs. • Chrischilles. [M^'remalned' a falthtul and 1entmember -of . theMetho- &h to the last. She Is sur- 'to two sons, Otto and John L Mrs. Martha Chrischilles, ['cnandchtlclren and three great Ichlldren. Family Enjoys Reunion— nion of the Arbogast •fam- • Me ld at New'' Uim,. Minn., attendance, were the Klelnheksel. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Klemme and BOH • Douglas, and Clara Lewis, of Belmond, visited at the Rev. Mr. Snyder's Sunday. The Rev. Mr. Snyder family spent Saturday with the Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Hutchison at Spirit Lake. Iowa M'lis, buslncsH college In Mario Frltxemr.lr, North college at Napervllle, 111; Florence Barton, Cornell, Jit. Vernon; Amber Rogers and Bernice Scrlbner start Chicago; Central a nurses training course at Fort | ensued. Hodge; Dorothy lliinselman has THIS SNEESE STOPPED FAST PASSENGER TRAIN The Bloomfleld Kcpuhllcan Is authority for the following believe It or not story: Faint heart never won fair lady, but that doesn't keep hay fever and false teeth from holding up one of the Union Pacific's fast passenger trains, according ,to a little Incident that happened last week. Ollie Lance, fireman on No. 19, Is susceptible to hay fever. He also wears false teeth. His story Is that a healthy hay fever sneeze came along and "presto" out the cabin window flipped his false teeth. " "Stop the train," yelled the fireman to the engineer, whereupon an Intensive sorch for the false teeth here. •slblllty that one more game will be added; Sep.t 18—Whlttemore, Sept. 22—Burt, there. S«pt. 25—Whittemore, there. Sept. 2!)>—Grant Twp., there. Oct. 2—Burt, here. Oct. 9—Grant Twp., here. YEARBOOKS OF NUD, CLUB LARGER In Union, Sept. 15—The 'Mothers and Daughters club year books for 193132 were distributed at a postponed meeting this Wednesday with Mesdames Vesta Sarchet and Ethel Smith as hostesses. The member.s Arbogast families, of | paid dues and Mrs. Katherine Lea- Irvin Huskamp and B.- A. .Huskamp, all [«as lay. i fhn« AI'L__,- Inrove, mm-; the Harley Fred I family William .-Fredericks and Soy of Emmetsburg; the I Earnhardts,' of Wallingford, find Mrs. William Huskamp and Inobert Mrs. Rosie Legate, Mr. lMrs John Arbogast,; Mr. and , Hans Baago and two children • I* 1 *"" ••-" _ .... T-r.__l.i_ »u v* nv\A and Mrs. land -Mrs. lenton. ' __ : Ln woman's 'MotlieiP Dies— frs H. C. Lindsey received word [week Monday evening of 'the i of her mother, Mrs. Laura j er at Hanley Falls, Minn. Mr. | Mrs. Lindsey and son Edward Thursday to Butterfleld, where funeral services were J and burial made. Mrs. Miner [born In Kentucky in 1856 and I the mother of nine children, Lot whom are living. She was a Eber of the Ladies of the Grand fey of the Republic. Minnesota State Fair— .. and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod and Rasmusson drove to'Minneapo- y afternoon, and, the latter ted'her sister and .brothers, and I Welsbrods were guests at the i of the latter's brother,. J. E. jns. They attended the Mln- fta state fair, and returned home night. " ,' --.' •'"'''-'. 'I »3lmat6s Entertained— Iwendoln Borough entertained a iber of schoolmates last-Thurs- evening. Games were played . which refreshments were serv- [Attending were Mary Jane Eig- i-lrene Krause, Mary Ann Bonn, km Geronsin,^ Lillian Kramer, I Ruth Espe. " . .':'.;. ; _ n8 to Luther ColleBe— [r. and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod and Munch drove to Calmar evening. Stanley returned icorah to start his second year uther college, and Mr.; and Mrs. brod visited at .the' : Charles nel home till Monday after- son, secretary, read the club consti- utlon. Mrs. Lillian Jones read a paper, tricks In the trade of a hostess. A social hour with a tray lunch served by the hostesses followed. The year books as planned by the committee: Mesdames Angle Stoutenberg, Maude Nelson, 'Mary Bennett and Nan Ward have 27 meetings scheduled for the 53 members and their families. Annual affairs are a one o'clock luncheon October 22 at the home of the president, Mrs. Winifred Jergenson, assisted by the present officers and the officers of the year just closed; a banquet; a New Year's eve party; a Mother's Day tea; Rural schools day; an ice cream social next June at Harry Ward's; and a joint meeting with the three other rural clubs near Algona. The other 20 meetings are regular, with special features at several. Gifts for orphans are to be taken at a December meeting. Washington's birthday will be observed with a special program, as well as Iowa history day in April. An August meeting'is planned for the Ambrose ,A. Call state park. A new feature of the year books Is a year's under 1,'ono to Davenport to take mirst'H training; , a nd Lela Godfrey is taking the same work at the University of Iowa at lowu City; Treadwayy Robertson Is a medical student at Iowa City; Alice Wolfe has gone baok to Hnrpe to start her second year's work ,,t the Lutheran hos-i pital there; Carl and Ellen Lang 1 went to Le Mars where Ellen-will j enroll as a senior and Carl as a' freshman at Western Union college. Two Clubs'Start. Years— 1- '' Two of tbo Women's clubs started a new year last week. The Tuesday club mot last week Monday afternoon at Mrs. Albert Genrich's. The change. In date was caused by the county fair Tuesday. An anecdote of George Washing-ton was given for roll call, and Mrs. H. A. Royinan read a paper on Family Relationship of George Washington. Most of the programs for the your are about Washington in honor of the bicentennial of his birth. Refreshments were served. The Progressive AVoman's club has a year's program based on Travel in the United States, and the first meeting was |;eld Friday at Mrs. P. C. Lichty's .in the form of a get-together. Plans were made for a picnic in honor of teachers September 25 a> the Grant Jennings'country home. The hunt was soon participated in by train crew and passen All-Star Team Is Defeated— Lone Rock defeated a pick-up team of northern Kossuth all-stars on the local diamond '5-4 Sunday. Moulton and Carpenter was the battery for Ledyard and Sims and Hancock for Lone Rock. Lone Rock secured six hits and All-stars, eight hits. The game was scoreless up to the sixth Inning. This is probably the last game of the season here. gers alike. Finally the teeth were found six car lengths down the track from where the engine had | and Llchlltor and Schuter fo IjOiiB Koclc Bents Bnncroft 12-8— Lone Rock defeated Bancroft 12-! at the fairgrounds last Thursday Krueger got a home run and Han cock got two. Lone Rock had 18 hits, Bancroft, 112. Batteries were Sims and Hancock for Lone Rock stopped.. Ollle said, "Dawg-gone feber, enny'ay." 'ol 'ay Bancroft; week Thursday to attend a cattle sale held by Orville Strand. CTiet Alme and Erse! Blanchard and Eugene and • Jesse Blanchard Irove to Cherokee Saturday to visit at the John Sones home. Edward and August Lampe, Arnond Schuler, and Alfred Jensen oft Saturday for the Black Hills for i week's vacation. Jos. Elvldge came home from Perry Monday after a visit with his presented the teachers and each responded. A vocal solo by the Rev. Mr. -Johnson followed. Games and lunch furnished entertainment for the rest of the evening. The young people's Sunday school "class was in charge. page with an outline of the work with the topics listed three heads: women, mothers, and children, with seven, nine, and four subjects respectively. Three recent books will viewed: Laughing Boy, loyal WorkerH Plan Booth— The Loyal Workers 4-H club held a special meeting September 5 at the R. Masterson home with Betty and Roberta as hostesses. Eleven members and four mothers were present. Cordelia RIstau gave the remainder of a report on the trip to Ames. The afternoon was spent planning the booth at the county fair and checking the garment record books and account books. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be with Genevieve Sanford September 25. Baseball Team Organized— > For sport at school during the fall months, Mr. Agard is organizing a baseball team and is making arrangements to play with several of th neighboring high school teams The junior high has a kittenball team that is to play with , Corwith in the near future. LONE ROCK MAN HEADS COUNTY SCHOOL CLUB Lone Rock, Sept. 15—Supt. L. E. Godfrey attended a meeting of the Kossuth county schoolmasters' club at Burt last, week Wednsday evening. Schools represented Included Lcdyard, Lakota, ' Burt, Fenton, Whittemore, Seneca, Titonku, Grant twp., and Lone Rock. Officers for the coming year are- president, Supt. L. E. Godfrey, Lone Rock; secretary and treasurer, Supt. Rockford, of Whittemore; vice presidents, Supt. Lauritzen, of Ledyard, for north half of county and Supt. Swanson, of Wesley, for south halt. The Invitation to hold the boys' county basketball tournament at Lakota was accepted. Plans for junior high declamatory contests were discussed and an agreement MnriiniberH at Family Meet— Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Macumber and Dorothy attended a family reunion at the August Mellke home In Whit, tcmore Sunday. About 40 relatives attended. barring outside coaching was reached. First *H. S. G«me Friday— The first game of the fall season for the Lone Rock high school base ball team IH scheduled this Frldaj •xfternoon with Whittemore on the ocal diamond. The following sched ule has been arranged with the pos be by Forge; Grandmother Brown's Rally Day Is Held— annual Rally day was held [the Methodist Sunday-school last Iday. promotion exercises took |ce, and organization of junior Intermdiate departments of Ich Mrs. J. T. Snyder is suiierin- int. La One Hundred Years, a story of pioneer life; and Skippy. Speakers from outside Include Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whittemore; Mrs. .J. F. Overtuyer, Algona; Mrs. M. M. Morrow, Algona, a former member and president; and Mrs. Paul Kriethe, Burt. , This club is in its 26th year of existence and service to the community. Mesdames Frances Gould and Marie Bode will entertain the club next week Thursday, The. program Includes Kitchen Kinks, Mrs. Katherine Leason, and a reading by Christina Gould. Four Union Schools Approved— County Supt. Wm. Shirley has^recently announced a list of 61 Kossuth rural schools approved by the state department to receive state aid from September, 1930, to June, 1931. A total of ?198G.90 has been Four Other Lone Rock News. Mrs. Hugh Bronson and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Simpson and son, of Chicago, are guests at M. E. Blanchard's. Mrs. Bronson and Mrs. Simpson and son are going on to Belle Fourche, S. D., to visit Walter Bronson who is employed on the railroad there. 'Mrs. Charles Heidcnwith, the Ervin Heidenwlths, Fred Wegcners, Walter Thompsons, and Henry ;Ceucks attended the funeral of Mrs.. Charles Geilenfeldt at Algona Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Al Gappe and son !ain, and Loretta Fendrich, of Salem, S. D., visited the Rev. S. M. ladstone and Alfred Krueger families. They returned home Sunday. George Sutton returned Saturday from a pleasure trip through Illi- i Indiana, and Michigan. He brought his mother, .who has been visiting at Floyd, home with him The John Bush family, of Wells Minn., and Mrs. Lettie Williams •of Rochester, visited last week a the J. M. Blanchard, N. L. Cotton and R. T. Angus homes. R. T. Angus, son Delmar, anc daughter Lillian, took anothe daughter, Alice, to Des Molnes Mon day, and she left for Kansas City to enroll at Park cdllege. Alex Radig and Henry Wegener of Algona, drove to Manley las son, Dr. George Elvldge since Sat urday. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz visited Sunday at the Charles SchultK home at Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton LeBar, of Austin, Minn., were week-end guests at Hugh Marlow's. Donald Blanchard returned to his school duties at Cedar Falls last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morris took their daughter Vera to Ames Saturday to enroll. Mrs. Albert Thompson, of Arnolds Park, visited at M. E. Blanchard's Sunday. Mrs. H. N. Osher, of O-raettlnger, spent last week at Ernest Jensen's. The Henry Raths, of Curlew, were guests at Mrs. John Rath's Sunday PARTY HONORS BIRTHDAY OF LAKOTA MAN Cnmmercinl Club Aids Bniul— A group of five members of the Methodist Aid served supper to the Commercial club September 3 In the church. At this meeting it was decided to give the members of the junior band tickets to the county fair Friday anrl also 50 cents each or spending money. This was in .pprcclatlon of their concerts given uring the summer. Most of the •oung folks attended the- fair and •cported an enjoyable time. The v. Mr. Frerklng is leader of the band. took supper and enjoyed it In in* park. \ i- Fred Schroeder, Qeor&e Hfcetiand, Lou Thaves, and John Orelse re->" turned Saturday evening {torn their northern Minnesota fishing trip and report catches of many large fteh. The ReV. Mr. Frerking took'hl» daughter Violet to Cedar Rapids Friday to enter Coe college. Violet attended college at Dubuque last year. A large number from Lakota and vicinity attended the Kossuth couh-' 'ty fair Friday. The Lakota ball team won in the game with Fenton. The Henry Patterson and the Center schools in Lincoln were broken into last week and various articles stolen. Melhmlist Aid Names Officers— Mrs. George Mussmun and Mrs. George Winters were hostesses to the Methodist Aid last week Wednesday afternoon and the following officers were elected: president, Mrs. F. G. Torlne; vice president, Mrs. R. B. Hamqulst; • secretary, Mrs. A. Q. smith; treasurer, Mrs. 1C. R. Worley. Ther? are 20 Aid members and the ticasurer reported receipts cif-?500 far the year. Presbyterians Hold Guest Day— The 'Presbyterian Missionary society held a guest clay :ih : ,the'"church parlors last Thursday" : 'afternoon. The following, program; was given, Hymns, -scripture and ; prayer by Mrs. I. E. Wortman, " piano solo, Betty Johnson, vocal ' solo', Joyce | Kilmer, reading, "Laddie," Lucy HAVE US ADDRBSSOGRAPH your mailing list and save you the expense and drudgery of typing. Onr addresses cannot be told from type-r writing.—Advance. ZStf Lakota, Sept. 3—About 30 friends >""""• remmm, ," l " u ' e ' ?" v * ' . I Carson, violin solo, Violet Frerklng, of A. Q. Smith surprised him last ['hursday evening by coming to iclp him celebrate his "Sth birthday. The evening was spent visiting. Mrs. Smith served Ice cream, cake, and coffee. A special feature of the unch was a birthday cake with many lighted candles. Mr. Smith is a pioneer of this community as he bought his farm, which he still owns, in 1891 and the Smith family moved here from ML Auburn in 1895 and lived on the farm. Seventeen years ago this fall they bought a home in Lakota and have resided here since that time. Mr. Smith is still active and works every day. The farm is now occupied by the Harm 1 Boeckholts. Teachers Arc Entertained— The Methodist church gave a re ception Monday evening in honor of the public school teachers, and the following program was given vocal solo, Mrs. Onra O'Keefe, we! come, Mrs. F. O. Johnson, response R. E. Hamquist. Supt. Grabau then piano solo, Norman Frerking; Two Lily Pools Constructed— The J. L. Needhams and the Fred Surtners have each built a lily pool n their gardens and will also have a rock garden. Mr. Hintner sent to ialifornia for shells to decorate the pool. ( Other Lakota News. Mrs. Mable Thoman and daughter Audrey, of North Bend, Neb., vis ited friends here last week Saturday. The Thomans formerly operated the hotel and barber shop now owned by Oran O'Keefe. The Erman Hansens entertained Sunday Mr. Hansen's sister and family, the Tom youngs, his brother the Andrew Hansens, and a. cousin Mrs. Andrew Peterson, all of Tl tonka. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pierce, Pear Ksrle, Lakota, and Tom Guest, o Bancroft, spent Sunday afternoon a West Bend visiting the Grotto. They Your PHONE r* •'\7- " ' • For You— The gift of .freedom! Of cooler days. Of fresher, smarter appearance. Of sweet, clean clothes.*.. washed by the advanced methods of Our , Laundry. •• . • Phone KIRSCH LAUNDRY Opp. Courthouse. i Birthday Is Honored— Ir, and Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and •en, Sidney and Ruth Eller, at" a birthday .dinner at the of Mrs. Humphrey's parents, Jand Mrs. G. M. Miller,, at Ringi Sunday in honor of Mrs. Mil- «7th birthday. * African Missionary Speaks— A Miss Martin, who has workec four years under the Interdenom inational Mission Board in the Bel gian Congo, in Africa, gave a very interesting talk on her work at a union service held Sunday night at the Methodist church. . Newly-weds Come to In Verne— B. F. Burtis, whose marriage to Mrs. Mary Goodson, of Algona, took place September 5 at Sioux Falls, S. D., has now returned to Lu Verne, and with Mrs. Burtis are making their home here for the present. Two Families Hold Reunion— Forty-four members of the Legler and Steussy .families enjoyed a picnic and reunion at the Goldfield park lost week Sunday. Girl Breaks Arm In Fall- John Behnkendorf's four-year-old daughter fell from her bed last week Wednesday and fractured her left RAYON Stitched Bats three pound size 2 for OLLAR Proving once again how much more your Dollar is now worth! 4YS Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sept. 17,18, 19 Three Big Bargain Days Women's, Misses' Chamoise Gloves Featured special in this dollar event 2 pair for Pharmacy Course— (food Eigler will leave pro-rated to the 61 schools, schools of this township are on the list: No. 1, Mary Fraser, teacher, receives $40.81; No. 4, Gertrude Sage, teacher, $40.81; No. 5, Ruth FrSser, teacher, $36.52; No. 7, Mrs. Genevieve Genrlch, $25.78. Twenty-one townships of the county are represented on the list. German heads the list with seven schools, Lu Verne .next with five schools, and Cresco, Hebron, Swea COLORED Grenadines Excellent quality, 40 inches wide. Three patterns featured. 4 yards for thia . Wednesday for Omaha to re> his pharmacy course. Other Fenton News. • ani Mrs. F. H, Bonn and Mrs. hy Gerhards motored to DM i Friday to visit at the fc., • S. J y and Henderson homes. returned Saturday night ac- anied by Wilfred Relmers and : Henderson, who will spend I week' with the former's parents, |H, E. Reimers. line and Carol, children of J Mrs. A. R.; Wlllrett, south- town, had their tonsils and poids removed at Algona Fi'lday by Dr. W, D, Andrews, as- Dr. s. W, Meyers, of Fen^ ir - and Mrs. Wesley Witter, of 'Molnes. spent the week-end |* Mrs, Witter's parents, MV. and E. A. Huskamp, Their little lte r Joan, who had been visit- er grandparents, returned with I and Mrs. H. H, Wlddel and "in drove to Wftterlop aunda/y OU***-"-'" 3 t **••« .-— ^ ,. i and Nriion have four each. .No. a. | Union, has the distinction of being the only school in the.county that has been continuously on the list since the law went Into effect y^ars ago Other Lu \orne News. The Methodist Aid met yesterday at the city hall with Mrs. P. C. Lichty, Mrs. Wilson Legler and Mrs. S. P- Borenson, hostesses. Mrs, Hugh Colwell, Mrs. William Bigings, Mrs. Harry Chrlstenson and Miss Emma Krause will serve a 15c lunch at the hall for the Presbyterian Aid next Wednesday. 11 »ara utiu. , . The money thus received must be spent during the next year by the school designated, and for Purposes that the board does not inc ude in ordinary expenses, The list of Ul UlllU'i y »**-.»* **•• ,^ schools for Kossuth last year totaled 50 The increase to 61 this year puts Kossuth third in the state in the number of standard schools. Union School Holds Honor— U Jessie M. Parker, state inspector of standard rural schools, in a talk with District No, 4 director at the Decent state fair, said that to to£ only six rural schools in the stote had qualified for the superior ra - Tng District 4 in Uulon was thus rated last November, and was the £r?h school in the state to t»rep- ognized. The requirements which afe-Tsood teacher in a good buiW- fnHn a good community-Is a combination rarely found, according to SSfV- «ertrude Saeg *£* Sister, Mrs. Krafft visiting for . w «re met by Mrs. N ii s Mrs. who W jast weei; wltli her daughters, E. A. Bisenschmldt an^ Mi's i Anderson at' Dubuque. « s . « whoualifled after a . rteM I inatlon of teaching methods by Parker, Is teaching for the .fourth year In this school. The Misses skinner, Swenson, and Roorda drove to Iowa City Friday night and spent Saturday with Fer n Barton, who is slowly recovering from -her recent illness. Mr, Graham, science teacher, accompanied th» trio as far as Cedar Falls. Mrs. Roy Stone wont to Chicago last week Sunday with her Mrs. William Krafft. and sons have been some time in Iowa, and Mr, Krafft drove to Cedar Falls for them. The Ray Smith family, of Grand Mound, visited last week at the Charles Wolfe home. Mrs. Smith came to see her mother, Mrs. Lothringer, who Is recuperating from her recent goitre operation. • Mrs F W. Tiede returned last week from Dell Rapids, S. D., where she had been helping care for a new grandson at the Harry Fleming home. The baby, named Dale Edward, arrived August 23. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. MasterseSn recently spent two weeks visiting n Kansas City and other pplnts in Missouri. Mr. Masterson's mother returned with them and Is making, an extended visit here. The George Thompsons, of Bandeaux Designed for fashion able comfort, featuring new styles. 4 for Toweling Steven's all linen bleached crash, special 8 yards Prices are too low considering the present market. Bead the stories of great savings that are found in this ad! Extra Special. Printed Blankets 70x80 inches, entirely new, four patterns/Beautiful range °f color combinations •_: Hot Water Bottle and Fountain Syringe $1 Bleached Outing Flannels Featured special Dollar Day 10 yards $1 Women's', Misses' ALL SILK Hosiery In the season's wanted colors for fall wear. 2 pair for ARTPAST Cretonnes New attractive designs in a colorful fabric for drapery materials, priced 4 yards Mrs. c. Q Humphry and "• E. Reimers attended a fciif i. paa ' ty at the Walter Man- C w . h »me at Rlngsted "last week day. •and Mrs. Lester Helden, and a<f °" baby daughter Betty, and -•— " '»»«•- the with school Men's Union* Random ribbed unions are now at COMPORT Challies Soft finish comfort coverings at new low prices. "8 yards Bleached Sheets Large size 108 inches, featured specialfor- ' Six. Are $1 Wash Cloths Excellent quality " Terry fabric. Solid colors, 12" for __._ , ALL SILK Flat Crepes Are now in demand for fall dresses. See this quality and value for "••" COMFORT Cretonnes New colorful designs and patterns are priced Dollar Day 6 yards for $1 For the patented Nursery Chair Seat. Extra Special. Outing Flannels Light and dark patterns. Priced Dollar Day, 8 yards __, $1 FEATURED on Tables Women's rayon hose, misses' fancy hose, boys' golf hose. 4 pair for Pillow Tubing Linen finish, fu 11 bleached tubing, 42-in, wide. 6 yards fced- yard, visited the W. B. Masons last Thursday, and the Tom Masons, of Clarion, were the Masons' . gueste M Sh B. Ward, of Tuscan, Calif., who has been visiting her niece, Mrs. Harry Von Draska, left last week for her home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Patterson, of B&lmond, and George Patterson, Gait, visited relatives In Welngardens and fbj) *j Hamons. of - P.ocahontas, vis!** 1 Mrs. Nelue Gregory Sunday. InUto Swteher, of Iowa City, guest last week at her mother. Hanna'e. • • • ' ' FLANNEL Shirts Made P f. dependable materials, priced this sale' 2 for Verno Aluminum Choice, 2 for Double Boilers, colato*» .Disk Wftter Pitcher, ? an •/ Theyr'e Here Dollar Day Turkish Towels Big Ben 22x44 inches, with colored border 4for Girls' Wash Dresses, 2 for .—, $1 Rockford Sox Blue and brown mixed. Priced this event, 12 pair — Brown Mutlin Heavy weight for all purposes. Featured Dollar Day, 15 yards— $1 For O'Cedar Mop and a bottle of O'Cedar OIL Men's Press Shirts Plain colored broadcloths —> with collars attached, Values at Aluminum Featured on Tables, Clamp seal cooker; Utility cooker, Vita seal pan, French fry* er—each for -^^ - Curtains Reduced clearance. T , ^ ..,, |}.5Q .Tr»i«,e«» Pricea -^ tWs event, * |>*lr 3TEMWARE WathFabrici

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