Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 31, 1931 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

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KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. AT/IOMA IOWA llllliilHIH Robert Bfeyer, Tl- ot th* Charles , home town, Lu Verne, ts Harold N« v! »e and ,, of Humboldt, spent $ at the parental J. sh °WtWi3 to*""*, spent the paternal., J, R. foome, Mason City, return- go home this "the holiday visit at Lewis Is now iV'EnU Claire, WIs. L\lrs T. H. ChrlBchllles Rw Molnes last Thursday tS Aun ers to spend • with' M r - Auner's par- Lsteeles spent the Christ. Kwith Mrs Seee-s " "jngsley and M r. Steeie B ulJ Rev. and Mrs. Jos. i qloux City. idand Bob, children of Mr. fctf 0 jicCullough, pent Kid home at Newton.a few tor a holiday visit, Mr. jgh Is \V. B. Laird's part- ' nawson returned to Chi- 'day evening after spending B with her. mother, Mrs. E. «n She is working for the E Advertising Association of i Hodges, only daughter of •d Mrs. E. •!• Hodges, ^ will Saturday for Oshkosh, WIs., ~ ie i s teaching this year. She i home over the Christmas uk Hossmans, Eagle -,v.o Christmas guests of the (Sterlings. The women arfe t ilr. Sterling has for some Ke n a valued employe at the fturnlture store. i-Blelch, Burt, Henrietta Al- Itakota, and Erwin Braner, J'Cronan, and the Rev. and I. J. Braner, Algona, were en- 1 at 6 o'clock dinner at Mr. August Huenhold'e Sun- i Rice, Chicago, Mr. and K, Cliff, Ames, Mr. ,and ^, P. Zerfess and Janet, Mr. i. Thos. Sherman and daugh; jthy, of New York, were i day dinner guests of the lEIcea. 1 Mrs. Elwin Rawsoti, Anair. and Mrs. Morris Neal, if. Mrs. Esther Rawson, Ames, K Merrill Rawson family, of lorove, attended a family day dinner'at' the Mrs. lawson -home. and. Mrs. Ernest Zeltz, Jerne, were dinner gueets at "P. J, Braner's Sunday. |teaches a parochial school jbwlth the Evangelical Lu- hurch of which the Rev. Ber was formerly pastor. gnes M. Laidley, former der, came from North ay for a New Year's |her, daughter, Mrs. : H. M. pShe keeps house 'for-' a K'who lost his wife four |0. The druggist has a. young |irlP. Dewel, Evanijton/ 111. |llst, arrived 'Christmas «for a holiday visit till Sun ftlwlth his parents, Mr. and |. C, Dewel. Tlie Dewels &rlstmas guests of the T. P 'ftons, and the Harringsons l>'ew Year's guests of the ±i; • .''.,.• ff'K. Cullens drove up.from 1 for a holiday visit with the •jwre and the J. S. Cullens at' *we, Mrs. Cullen was for- •7heres a strelt, and 'Maurice »o)'«d In an Oelweln garage, fcturned Monday, and were %nled by Mrs, Louis Reding WShter Rose Ann for a short tfjorenson and his son Dick l,to State Center, near Mar- Pi for a holiday visit with """"'a daughter, Mrs. Edna ,. were to g o thence to frwldence to visit another JJ. Mrs. Evely n Reese, The IBorensens were Christmas |,« Mrs. Sorensen's parents •*«r Armstrong. "1 Mrs. Dallas Foster were > last week Wednesday till • Quests of the former's K-n.il 1 ""• nnd Mre> W< A> kWlas, who is a former m school student, travels Aluminum house. Other P« guests of the \y. A. FOB- PV Mr. and Mrs, Thos. Roi Jorme r A lgonlans who now |»«fman, Mi nn ., wher« Mv. i stock buyer, i \viU go fa Iowa C|ty " aa V. and there will '«X Woodrlng, Council i whonj he will return f 011 , D. C., where they «6 Georg 6 Washington «rry is a j uniori hay . wo years at Cornell. Ve hnvc linit Clearance Snlus before In which we linve offered rare bargain!) nnil unviiifrs, but none will compare with (his grout store-wide .limitary Clearance, when Vnlne, Quality, anil I'rlco arc considered. Start- Ing Hie >*cw Tear off on the right, foot Is what we always strive to do, and we arc greeting you with New Year Happiness In the form of merchandise savings. You can save during 1 this clearing event, and liolp tig get our store ready for the vast amounts of new Spring merchandise KOOII to'nrrlvc. M'e must make room for them, and you can help us and 3S profit by the value-fill offerings we arc making to you. Parade of Values/ Clearance Event that Achieves Gigantic Savings Proportions Sale Starts Saturday, Jan. 2nd READY-TO-WEAR Extraordinary Quality at Low Price . . a Great Sale Dresses of Style That Smart Women Are Wearing Now The highlights of Fashion are beautifully portrayed In these dress creations; the like of which you'd never expect to find at prices such as these. An example of our low Clearance price policy. Including Values up to $5.95 Including Values , up to $8.50 CO 4)0. New Wash Dresses Printed broadcloth 16 to 46 $1.19 Including Values up to $11.75 $5.88 Including Values up to $24.50 $10 J Including Values up to $10.50 Including Values up to $29.50 IMPORTAKT SAVINGS Over .100 Styles; 'Exceptional Quality There Is still plenty of winter left yet, and the one best way of bell.* both warm and stylish Is by wearing one of JONES' fashionable winter ?oa s. you'll be amaicd at the value for the dollar that each coat represents. Including Values up to $16.00 Including Values up to $19..50 $5.88 $7.1 Great Atlantic & Pa.. store notable ° the company. B Including Values V p to $24.50 Including Values up to $34.50 h ? e t<J »«* b^ Including ' Values Including Values Coati 1-4 off Wool JacketsI- Colorful www pl»Ws JO to 80 $4.95 Sport SWrte "iic" BLANKETS-SHEETS AND CASES-TOWELS 70x80 Wool Blankets Values to $5.00 Values to $6.00 $3.95 $4.85 Values to $9.95 Part wool $6.95 $1.95 Single Esmond Blankets Values to $3.50 Values to $6.00 $2.19 $3.25 Single Plaids Sheet Blankets 69c 95c Dress Prints 40-in. Printed Silks Good patterns—colors $1 .00 yard Linen Sets 5-piece Luncheon Sets $1.19 IMPORTANT SAYINGS Hosiery—Gloves Rollins Runs top Silk Hosiery Regular $1.35 quality $1.00 Fine Kid Gloves Including values to $4.95 $1,95 Curtains White Ruffled Curtain Sets 39.C PAIR Criss Gross and Ruffled Sets Including yalues to $3.50 89 c Turkish Towels 18x36 Fine heavy quality Lingerie—Sweaters Crepe de Chine Silk Lingerie Some slightly soiled '/2 PRICE Wool Sweaters Values up to $3.45 $1.95 3 FOR 20x40 Extra heavy large size 24C Hand Bags ', Fine Silk or Leather Bags $1.00 Better quality Bags Including Tallies to $4.95 $1.95 Brassiers—Bed Spreads Brassieres Especially fine selection . 50c Bed Spreads 80x106 crinkle—fast color $1.45 Clearance Footwear Panties Fine quality rayon panties and bloomers, including values to 1.95 79C REAL SAVINGS Slippers Including values . up to $10.00 Slipper* Including values up to $7,50 Slippers Includinglvalues up to f 5.Wv Fabric Selling Wool Jersey Flannel Including values to $2.25 $1.59 YARD Flat Crepe Satin Including values to $2.25. $1.29 ; New Scarfs Hand Tinted Silk Scarfs Including values to $4.95 $2.25 ^ TCottume fa*spd$t wM sW^^B^^^P^ 40-i»ch *;> •tf j > 4 •>% 1 *wi •$, \ : ^4 ^^/'^SM^Aj

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