Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 5, 1931 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 5, 1931
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PAGE) TEN CORNER GROCERY AND MARKET Savings for Friday & Saturday ACAOEM IN COM BEATS TEAM i-BAGK IOOGERS St. Cecelia's academy team , de* featpd Corpus Christ!, of- Fort Dodge, 13-7 in a,- close battle at the Athletic park Sunday'. Corpus Christ! had a chance to score near the close of the game and worked the ball to the two-yard line, where It was lost on downs. Algona kicked off, and Fort Dodge Gocoa, 1-2 lb. box 12c •tPe'anut Butter, pint jar _15c • f.'- • ' ^ . fin I ^ilJjWlltl* IV1V. IM^Vl \J1.L t CVllII J-- Wl. t, .M W.J3 — Soda Crackers 2 lb. box _^aci got the ball on the 25-yard line. Catsup, 2 bottles 28c Japan Green tea, 1-2 lb. 25c Prunes, fancy, 2 lb. pkg. 20c Hardwater Castile 4 bars 25c Sunbrite Cleanser Free FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS Pork, beef, veal, lamb, Chicken Fresh Fish Friday Fresh Oysters Daily See our lOc & bargain tables TOP PRICES FOR EGGS H.R.SORENSEN&GO. Phone 139 We deliver AND RETURN CHICAGO RETURN .00 $8 November 13-14 Good in coaches only. CHILDREN HALF FARE Tickets will be sold for all trains November 13 and 14. Return to starting point by midnight November 16 Buy Your Tickets Early For further particulars consult Ticket Agent The MILWAUKEE ROAD Three plays made first down, but three more only made three yards, and a punt went to Algona's 23 yard line. Algona made three first downs, 36 yards In nine plays, made a yard on the next play. A five yard penalty was followed by a fumble, recovered for a five-yard loss. An other penalty for delaying the game followed. A pass was good for 20 yards, and a fumble was picked up and made first down. The next play made a yard, and on the next play the carrier broke away for 20 yards. The quarter ended. In four plays In the second quar ter A'gona went over for a touch down, but the kick was wide, and •the score Algona 6, Fort Dodge 0. Algona kicked off to the 37-yard line. Fort Dodge made 10 on the first play, and the next play lost a yard. A pass was good for 70 yards and a touchdown, and a smash fo: the exti-a point was good. For Dodge 7, Algona 6. Fort Dodge kicked off to the 30- yard line. Algona made first down, then failed to gain, and punted to the flS-yard line. Fort Dodge made a yard, added 11, then 8. Another play made 10, and another made 23 yards as the half ended. Fort Dodge kicked off to the 40- yard line. Algona made first down In two plays, then drew a. 15-yard penalty. Two plays made 13 yards, and Algona punted to the 10-yard line. Fort Dodge made a first down, added nine, and then fumbled, and Algona recovered on the '38-yard line. An Algona pass was good for 17 yards, a fumble lost three, but two more plays made first down. Another first' down was added, and Algona drew a five-yard penalty. Algona made four yards, and a smash took the ball over for a touchdown. Algona smashed for the extra point, and the score was Algona 13, Fort Dodge 7. Algona kicked to the 35-yard line. A Dodger pass failed, and a punt July 8 Wedding Announced— The marriage of Clara Dorthea Reynolds to Dr. Claire Don SchaaiJ was announced Monday, f They -were married July 3 at Emmetsburg by the Methodist minister In the presence of James \V. Fay of Emmetsburg, and Clarence Phillips and Delia Welter, .of Algona/. After the ceremony the couple went to Sheldon, to visit.with the doctor's par ents. : The bride Is the daughter of Lark Reynolds, of swea City, and for the past year has been employed as deputy county court cler.k. After graduation from the swea City high school she attended the state college at Ames a yeaif and a half. Dr. Schaap Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C.' schaap, of Sheldon. He- Has been practicing dentistry In Algona in the Quimby building for a. year. After graduation from the Sheldon high school he attended Mornlngslde college, where he received his B. A. degree. He is'a graduate of the S. U. I. dental college. At Mornlngside he was affiliated with the Phi Sigma social fraternity, and at Iowa City he was a member of the Pi Epsllon Pi fraternity. The Schaaps will begin housekeeping as soon as lighthousekeeping rooms can be found. LOANS $300 or less obtained quickly on Furniture, Automobiles and Live Stock. Can be repaid by small equal monthly payments. Our new payment extension plan protects YOU when sick or out of employment. MONEY FOR TAXES'AND SCHOOL For Immediate service, call write or phone CUNNINGHAM & LAGY Phone No. 598 was taken by Algona on the ll'5-yard line. Algona made 9 as the quarter ended. Algona made ten and first down, then added nine, but a fumble cost nine yards. Algona punted to the 48-yard line. After three plays a Dodger pass was intercepted on the '20-yard line. Algona made six, and then was penalized for offsides. Algona made 14 yards for first down but two fumbles cost Algona 21 yards, and a punt was taken by Fort Dodge on the 30-yard line. The Dodgers made two first downs in succession to take the ball inside the 10-yard line, but four plays were held by Algona, and the ball changed hands on the two-yard line. Algona punted out to the 30-yard line In the last play of the game. ALGONA ERRONEOUSLY GIVEN INDIAN TOWN The Mason City Globe-Gazette printed a story of an Indian village Shower Honors Nellie McGlnnls— Mrs. Cecil McGinnis entertained at a miscellaneous shower Monday night in honor of her sister-in-law, Nellie McGinnis, who will be married to Wayne Stephenson sometime this month. The evening's entertainment consisted of bridge played at 'five tables with Anna Buss and Caroline Willger winning high scores. After bridge the honoree unwrapped her gifts, after which lunch was served. Other guests were TJLost and Christine Arend.Velva Van Deest, Stella Mae Breen,' Lydia Meyers, Esther Lamuth, Irene Vaudt, Mrs. Hattie Phillips, Mrs. 'Fred Pooch, Mrs. Percy McGinnis, Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson, Mrs. Earl Taylor, Mrs. W. Davis, Mrs. V. E. Stephenson, Mrs. James McGee, Mrs. L. J. DeGraw, Mrs. Harold Stephenson, Mrs. Harold Lamprlght, Mrs. Nels Mitchell and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson. Alfronlnn at, Fenton Meeting- Mrs. Willis Cotton, of Lone Rock, was hostess to the Fenton township home project leaders last Thursday for Fenton's first training school. Lesson one' on chair caning was given by the H. D. A., and proved noofl, -<2eiWUi.Kir«?B .jikVad. 81 Mifi tables with Mfs. Cart ttutchlfts nlng high fcfcore, Mf«, BdW. itanaeft) consolation, prize and Mrs. Capeslus out prize. Mrs. Mahoney assisted 'th* hostess in serving lunch after the game. Port bbdgo Women Otiests— Mrs. p. p. Zeffa^s entertained a group ot Fort Dodge wortfeif at luncheon and bridge Saturday, Mrs. Lester Hill and Mildred Marshall won high score pi'lues. Other guests were Mrs. Orin Thatcher, Mrs. Mil ton Swaney, ilene Cummer, Louise Sinning and :Helen Cooley. •'';•Other Society > T e>vs The Presbyterian .Light : Bearers society will meet at the church Sat urday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Louise Devine and Marie Pomeraning are hostesses. Jean Murtagh will read a chapter In the study book, The World on Farm. , A "trip" to sta- tlon Arkadelphla will be taken with Louise Devine. Anna Marie' Runtzl has charge of the entertainment. Mrs. W. D. Howie entertained her bridge club Monday night. Mrs. J. W. Mangan and Mrs. J. J. Holtzbauer Won high scores. After bridge refreshments were served. Mrs. Victor Lowe was a guest of the club. Other membra of the club are Mes- dames.Wm. Barry, O. W. Erickson, J. W. Kelly, W. T. Daughan, and E. L. DeZellar. . Mr. and Mrs..George Elbert entertained Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Oliver, Mr. and Mrs. C.-M. Frane, and Marguerite Kenefick at bridge last Thursday night in honor of Mrs. Elbert's birthday anniversary. Bridge was played with Mrs.' Kenefick and Mr. Frane winning high scores. After bridge refreshments were served. ' A pie social and program will be given by District No. 6 of Plum Creek in the Sexton hall tomorrow night at 8:30. Lunch will be served, and coffee is free. " There will be ice cream for the pie. Ann Kain is teacher. The program has 12 numbers including two plays, and is given by the pupils. Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Falkenhaln- er entertained 12 at dinner and bridge Monday night. A two-course dinner was served at the Falken hoiner home and after dinner the guests went to the Country club where bridge was played. Mr. anc Mrs. Joel M. Herbst won the family high score. Janet Zerfass entertained at two tables of bridge last Thursday night Helen Becker and Sarah Doran won high scores. •" After bridge lunch wai served. Other guests were Virginia Good, Dolores DeMott, Helen Goeders, Loretta Howie, Leona Lich K WANIS TALKS ; Page l.) sets, because they' cannot be realized on in short time. Neither can they be rediscounted by the Federal Reserve. The new corporation was formed to lend money, to 1 the banks on this class of security. A bank becdmes a member of the corporation by subscribing a fixed amount, according to 'its total de- osits In relation to Its capital and til-plus. The banks are grouped, ac- ordlng to states or districts, and he amount subscribed by a. district ter, and Maureen McCullough. Mrs, R, J. Keen entertained her bridge club Friday afternoon. Bridg was played at three tables, with interesting.. Refininshing of jrurnl-. ^ T & chrischnleg ^^ hlg! score. After bridge lunch was serv ed. Mrs. R. H. Spencer and Mrs P. J. Christensen were guests o the club. The Get-Together elnb met wltl Monday fo: Mra. E. J Representing Federal Finance Co., DCS Moines in Algona Tuesday, located at Altoona, The village is instead of Al he YELLOW PENCIL with the gona. The story follows: Jim Powe- shief, Mesquakie Indian chief, spent three months building the only ife-sized model Indian village in he country, and he now has given t to Iowa. The 77 year old chieftain used only a knife, an axe and a large copper kettle, to construct a bark winter house large enough .for two Indi'an families, a summer hou.se and all camp accessories. The camp was built on a creek bank on the farm property near Algona of Edgar Harlan, state his- ;orical curator. Around the camp is a .fence of light boughs a.nd burk strings. Its circumference is 300 feet. Jim and Mrs. poweshiek live a short distance from the camp. He Jikes to dress in Indian regalia and show visitors around. ture will be studied In the lesson. Some lovely old chairs were discovered in the township and these will'be refinished and re- caned. Women present were: Mrs. H. E. Luedtke, Mrs. A. J. Krause, Alice Dreyer, Mrs. Herman Dreyer, Mrs. Walter Jentz, Mrs. Ed Weisbrod, and Mrs. Will Weisbrod, all of Fenton; Mrs. H. E. Morgan, Algona; Mrs. L. C. Dittmer, Mrs. Cotton, of Lone Rock, and the latter's guest, Margaret Schloeman, of Estherville 150 Attend P.-T. A. Hectlng— The first monthly meeting of the Parent-Teacher -association was held Monday night at the high school with T50 in attendance. Mrs _}. L. Kurd, of Spencer, district P.-T secretary, installed the following officers: Mrs. F. F. Barker, president; C. R. La Barre, vice president; Dora Carson, secretary, and Mrs. A. A. Bishop, treasurer. The feature of the evening's program was a report of the district convention held at Cedar Rapfds recently by a Mrs. Ashley, Spencer, state chairman for spiritual education. After the meeting the executive Mrs. J. F. Overmyer luncheon andl tirfifee. etermlnes the oration : can he district. For the cor- instance If Iowa anks subscribed $100,000, then Iowa ranks could borrow iip to that mount. , j The value of the new corporation les with its power of making ready irish available to banks by redls- lounting 16ng time notes. In the mst perfectly good banks have been orced to close and lose in liqulda- ion because of lack of a nim-ket foils-sound notes running into too ong a 'period for the Federal Reserve to handle. , JIKTHWIMU'I't C. Vt «IIIBI> M " •Algona Epwofth Le&guef? will tertaln the Leagues Of the fluV trlct Friday evening At the church in a sub-district rally. There 'Will be a program of games and refreshments. All member^ ahd frlendel of the Lenpue nre earnestly Invited to bo present ... A fine grotlp of Sunday school teachers were present for. the first session of coaching school Monday evening, If you wish to further equip yourself for leadership in religious education, rome next Monday evening., The Rev. 'Allan Wood Is offering a course in Old Testament; the Rev. Mr. Whltfleld, of West Bend, has a course In church administration; tne RPV. Mr, Baddeley ( hns a course in intermediate work; HIP Rov. Mr. Hulse,, Junior work, These nre all accredited teachers under the Internntlonal Council of Religious Kducatlon. Anyone wishing to take any of these courses should enroll with the group nex C. K, ' 01 ~)j0gfyp>*4h6~ ttohie -Circle will meet tomorrow 1 at 8 pv m, at«Luther iallJ'-tTliB ! -':Luth ; er League of Swea Uty will give ' the , program . . . ti,ool at 10; mornlhg wor- City and County The C. R. LaBiirres spent Sunday at Eagle Grove with Mrs. LaBarre's sister, Mrs. I. N. Meline. ,John Lunstrum, of the Advance office, spent Saturday afternoon and Sunday at Gruettinger with friends. Mrs. EHabeth Glaus and O. G. Caspers, Mason City, were guests.at :he iRev. P. J. Braner .homei Sunday, -i <,-.'.'• .. Paul Garber, of Des Moines, state Yeoman worker, left" yesterday ,i for his home after four day selling Yeoman Insurance with J. A. Freeh. Mondnr evening The big dis trlct men's meeting will be held in Algona next week Thursday. With Howard Stusser, E. -Dow -Bancrof and Mario Capelli on the program, 1 Is expected that a great crowd of rnen will be present. BAI'TIST, Arthur S. Hueser, Pastor—The church voted last Sunda- to betcin revival meetings Novembe IS. Let >is look forward prayer fully to this great event. ... The sub. ject for Sunday morning- will be- Tf>w T^ost Word. There will also.be special cartoon and sermon for th Ijoys and girls. . . The subject fo the 7:30 service will' be-, Why We- Fail. The woman's quartet 1 ..-.lylH.. sing^ or UK; . . Sunday school at 10. B, Y. P. .U.-at-6:30'.. Prayer meetings,] Wednesdays, at TiSOv PBESJIYTEIUAN, J. I/. Coleman, p nf ,toi^Morning worship:.- Leason'. study and sermon, themBi.'"AV the evehlnfe o -g.vhat tkfc'first four hfipters ,<rftReVelattort >e read dur* . Arrange,yb'ur plans " in . „ Sun % ' ?° rnmn . lir ^""* this, Kohlwes, Trinity servlo. street , , 1 U board and the. hospitality committed served light refreshments. The next meeting will be held the first Monday in December. Former Ajgoniaii Married — •Armohd Walk, who was graduated from the local high school In LICENSE PLATES TO BE WHITE ON MAROON Iowa automobile license plates will 1925,"was married last week Wednesday to Bernice Dalluge, of Grafton. The ceremony took place_ in the Lutheran church at 7 .o'clock in the morning. Yera Mackm, a cousin of the bride, and Kenneth Walk were the attendants. Armond attended the University of Iowa one year and had been working in his father's store at Grafton for several years, but is now running the AValk dry goods store at St. Ansgar. The couple left on a trip to Minneapolis and other points in Minnesota. They will make their home In St. Ansgar. Murtagh and Mrs. S. E. McMahon were guests of the club-, and Mrs Murtagh won. Mgh score. There were eight present. Mesdames F. F. Barker, J. O Paxson, and H.. It Gilmore enter tained 24 at dirmer and bridge las night at the Barker home. At 6:3 a three-course dinner was served at s^ 1 six small tables deaorated In yellow and green. Divisions three and five of St. Cecelia's Guild will hold a party at the academy Monday night. Bridge and 500 will be prayed. Refreshments will be served, followed' by dancing. Play will commence' ait 8 o'clock. The Methodist Aid will meet this afternoon at 2:30 at the church parlors. After the business meeting 1 and program Mrs. Edwarrd's division will serve a 15 cent luncheon In the church basement Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Clark entertained Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan, Mrs. Jane Clark, and Mrs. R. E. Brown at dinner Sunday In honor of Mr. Clark's birthday amnlversary. The Baptist Aid meets with Mrs. L. W. Keith this afternoon. Assisting hostesses are Mesdames Medin, Facial Specials Combination of facial and .eye lashes and brows' tinted (permanent method) at a special price by Mrs. Dailey for one week beginning Monday, November 91 Enhance the beauty of your eyes by tinting your eyelashes and brows, amazingly becoming and effective. The new "AUTOMATIC LIPSTICK" may be used! with one hand, beautiful, indelible and protective. We have them in all shades.. , , Helena Rubenstein, Marinello, ai\d Theo Bender Cosmetics. Marigold Beauty and Cosmetic Shoppe I I OVER BLOODS STORE PHONE 803 USE MORE Iowa Farm Products! f^2 Corn - Wheat - Oats .Chill Con Game, Jack Sprat. No. 1 can. 2 for 2VI Tomatoes, Standard grade. No. 2 can, lOc 1 Tomato Soup, Jack Sprat. 'No. 1 can, lOc, » 8 cans 25c I Oatmeal, Jack Sprat. Quick-cooking or reg. . J. Largo pits, 17, j Black Pepper, Jack Sprat. 1-2 lb. package __23 e 1 Cheese, fall cream per lb. ig e ' I Marshmallows, fresh, fluffy per lb. 17 C Syrup, Vermont Maid, corn and can blend, • _____c__i________ Table jug 2Je 1 Laundry Soap, Big 4 white naphtha __5 bars 17e Olives, Jack Sprat; fancy select. __28 oz. jar29c Peanut Butter, Mayflower 1 lb. jar 15 C | SPECIAL MILLED ALL PURPOSE FLOUR 24 1-2 lb. sack R GROCER file . 49-lb. sack L K GROCER v^Grocer Coffee Lb. package 25e . RWS Supreme Coffee LI), package 3Se , .Chocolate Cream .Coffee Lb. vacuum tin SJe ti^v MEATS—FBESH FISH—OYSTERS : : ^Liver, 3 Ibs. 26c; chops, Ib. I9c; round steak 17c ;>i « v Fresh 1 Ham Roasts, 19c FOB FHIPAT AIO> SATUEDAY (WLY j Syrup, Crystal white or golden, pail 49c -| Corn Flakes, Jack Sprat, thick and crisp, 2 ; 4 i large packages lie Hominy-Lye, Jack Sprat, 3 large cans 2»e I Pumpkin, Jack Sprat, 2 large cans 23e I ' : K, BITE-WAT CASH GROCERY CATHBIN M. GBEEff, Prop. ; •„ B Profits Small 1 , B Business Great .' > . That's the way we operate. Not a Chain Store—Not'a branch of any other | Algona Store. We 1 deliver. Phone 24'Eh. 1st door west of Swift's. I Miss Matsom will have TO by 80 incn Nashua:; double blankets, plaid caters, $1.49. Also 70 by 80-inch double all-woo! Nashua blankets in plaid] colors for $2.49. ^IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH Blankets! Blankets! .... • ^ x_ < The Greatest Showing Ever Displayed in Algona have white letters on maroon THIS WOMAN LOST 64 POUNDS OF FAT Mrs. H. Price of Woodside, L. I., writes: "A year ago I weighed 190 Iba- I started to take Kruschen and now I weigh 126 and never felt bet ter In my life and what's more, 1 look more like 20 yrs. old than the mother of 2 children, one 19 and the other 18. Every one of my friends "Where Service «nd Quality Meet' ' Bay it's marvelous the way I re duced." To lose fat with speed take a half teaspoohful of Kruschen in a glass of hot water before breakfast every morning — don't- miss a morning — an 85 cent bottle lasts 4 weeks— get it at E. W. Lusby's or any drug store In America. If not joyfully satis- fled after the first bottle — money back. background for 1932. Cartons con taining 7800 were received in July at the county treasurer's office, and the office will begin issuing them December 1. More than two hundred have already applied for pet numbers, and anyone who wants a special number will have to apply for it sometime this month. More than 7200 plates have been sold so far this year indicating the number of cars owned In this county. With a population of 25,000 In the county this means that there is one car to every three persons in the county. Iowa is one of 37 states that is changing the color combination of the plates, and 23 different motifs will be. used throughout the country. Almost every hue will be represented in next year's plates. REPLACE YOUB broken window glass now. Prices lowest. SEE BERT PEAL WECALLRJK .,/i,/ INLIVEKYOIJK- Tftllftrt GRANT TWP. F, B, WOMEN ORGANIZE PROJECT WORK Grant township women met at Mrs. Floyd Colwell's on last week Wednesday to organize the township for women's project work. The township committee was nominated as follows: township chairman, Mrs. Second Teachers Tarty Given— The second of a series of teacher's parties was given Friday night at the high school with the following teachers presiding: J. F. Overmyer, D. Wane R. Collins, Jeanne Coon, Francis Duhigg, Bertha Godfrey, Mrs. Jos. Bloom, Capitola Brindly, Ruth Messenger, and Evelyn Walters. A three-course dinner was served in the dining room, and the evening was spent in the music room, where- Halloween stunts were played. Decorations were In keeping "with Halloween. The next teacher's party will he held late this month and will be a Thanksgiving affair. Society Hears Book Report— The Plum Creek Literary society met last week Wednesday with Jessie Aitwegg, with Lela Gardner assisting hostess. Roll call was answered by favorite magazines. Nellie McWhorter and lone Bacon led the group In singing the songs that were sung at the state federation. A book report on, Grandmother Brown, was given by Mrs. Frank Ryerson. and lunch was served. The next meeting will be next week Wednes day at Florence Calhoun's, with " Fitzgerald assisting tiostess. To Hold Guest Meeting— ' The W. C. T. U. will hold a guest Robinson, Schultz and Witham. The Alpha Delphiuns will meet with Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer Monday evening at 7:30. The program is in charge of Mrs. Frank Barker. The W. R. C. will meet at the Legion hall Tuesday night at 7:30. A good attendance Is desired. Fire Put Out. The fire department was called to the E.. J. Hough garage on North Thortngton street Saturday afternoon. An oil stove had exploded, but the fire was under control before- the f£r» department arrived. WANT ADS •*. ROOM FOR RENT.-<3ALL 362-J. HOUSE FOR RENT—J. T. Bohannon. FOR RENT—DOWNSTAIRS apartment.—Mrs. J. Riddle, Kennedy. ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS cakes early.—Mrs. Martha Thorpe, phone 627-W. FOR RENT—2-ROOM FURNISH- ed apartment on first floor.- Apartments. SEE THE NEW LOW-PRICED Maytags at Bjustrorn's, and Hobarton. Algona 11U8 WHITE SEWING MACHINE—Excellent condition, oak cabinet, price ?30.00,TT-Call Advance. Up8 FOR RENT-T-LARGE FURNISHED front room for light housekeeping.—A, W. Sigebee, phone 488-W , 13p8 >-, For 61 years this store has been headquarters for blankeji—'from the days of 1870 when the hardy pioneers needed warm, wool blanket! to out the biting cold to these days of sleeping porches and hinted housei You'll like these new, finely woven, low-priced blankets—they are the of painstaking effort to get the best in the market at the lowest prices. is Blanket Week at Chrischilles & Herb»t f i. Note thw low price* know the C. & H, quality—also the extra sizes. ; 88c Floyd Colwell; publicity chairman, Mrs. Joe Mayne-; cooperators. Dist 1—Mrs. Roy Mine, with Wylma Payne, assistant, 2—Lois Zlelske, 3 —Mrs. W. O, Brlggs, 4—Mrs. S. G. Holm, 5—Mrs. Leonard Mino, 6— Mrs. Florence Kelly. A program for the year 'was worked out for meeting places, programs aa<J committees. Some definite plans were made {or organizing a Grant town- dub to the near future. te«*9» V«J »M> sive# JS yrhjpn the B. p, A, meeting at the home of Mrs. Andrew Peterson next week Tuesday evening. There will be a covered dish supper 9,t $ o'clock, and a spec* la! program at 7:?P- A report ot the state convention held at Davenport will toe given at this time, and special music and a round table talk on the subject o| law enforcement and prohibition will be bad. Women may Invite their husbands or other gueata. ??$*W , FOR SALE—RANGE AND ELEC- tric washing machine, 1297 Ford touring car, Model T, and » corner cupboard.—Phone 419-J. 18p8 FOR SALE—GROCERY STQCK of the E. s. Ellsworth Grocery store. Call for complete inventory.—Gaylord D. Sbumway, Trustee. FOR SALE—PUREBRED Chester White spring boars, well grown, Immune, depression prices. — Olen Rinehart. 8 miles northwest of We?ley; Britt, ?a. IN MANT PAFMR$ it costs as each aj» 2Qo to 66x89 part wool, single plaids in green, orchid, rose, satine bound ends -,____, 72x84 double blanket in plaid, green, blue, rose, gold, orchid. Staple domestic £4 cotton, fast colors --,-. ___ „ _________ «p | ff 70x80 part wool plaids, gatine binding,' wool and domestic cotton, £«) mmm three-inch blocks ______ , _______ __ ~3Mi» T w 72x90 extra size part wop! 1 double, mixed wopl and Chins cotton, 5-inch block plaids, in gold, green, rose and orchid - ---- , ---- , _____ , ____ ~ 72x|4 sjsgie, all wool, cpjors, 70*80 single cover l>l»nk§tf,t» flpraiqu^ sigmi. OrcbW, *m gold, green, C1 blue. Sergeg ftiuisb ,^»,^,- w —*— -rW " 66x8Q plain cQiori single, rainbow border* Saine bound. Best »»»-«»"- ^ , -"

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