Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1932 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 25, 1932
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Evans 2.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 ^1.00 10.00 '5.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 6.00 2.50 2.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 ' 2.0TO 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 2.60 1.50 2.00 1.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 ' 2.00 5.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 10.00 2.60 1.00 1.00 .50 5.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 • .'2.00 1.00 5.00 2.00 ' 2.00 1.00 1.00 OFFICERS NAMED HERE MONDAY FOR COUNTY RED CROSS Dr. Melvln ^Bourne < was'-named chairman of the Kossuth Red Cross at the annual election held' at - the high school bulMing Monday, j p Overrnyer presided at the meeting with Mrs. Grace Ashbaugh, national field representative of the Red Cross, as a guest. • Other officers named are Mr Overmyer, vice-chairman, Mrs. Lee O Wolfe, Titonka, secretary, and H L. Gllniore, treasurer. • '•" Chairmen of the various activity committees were named as 'follows • Mrs. F. L. Tribon, disaster relief, Antoinette Bonnstetter, junior Red Cross, Mrs. Thomas Kalri,' volunteer service, Paul Danson, life saving, Jos. Bloom, home service, Dr. H. H. Olson, annual roll call, and .D. E Dewel, publicity. ' Members of the executive committee, in addition to the officers, are Mrs. Bertha Looft, Wesley,'Seth B. Calry, Whittemore, Doctor Murray, Lakota, R,,A. Haglund, Swea City, Mr. Under,kofler, Ledyard, Mrs. Wm. Weisbrpd, Fenton, Mrs. Willis Cotton, ' libne "Rock," Consuelo - Hanna, Lu Verne, Mrs. G. W. Cormean, Bancroft, Father Theobold, St. Joe, the Rev. A. H. Wood, Good Hope; and E. J. McEvoy. •. Mrs. Ashbaugh gave a i*poi;t oi relief work conducted by > th'tf.yj Red Cross in 1931. The national organization now has 153,236. relief/:«isee in two major and four iriifior' disasters up to February IB,, ,ahd1;l local chapters are giving relief'"aKdi Aid to & Falkenhainer — •...Grocery -— •—; Gray cafe ______ .—I on Bros. -—-—--.— | W. Lueby —.—---- , A. Raney .L... —: ... 1 Bros. — r -————. fcnt Motor Co.' . rift & Co, ...... —.——' |o, E. Johnson —— :sford Lumber Co. ;_ J, Elbert . —__ Inningham & Lacy ___. iroe Mikkelson ___ bd Barnard --.--. I M. Frane •—_•_ \ E. Sorstedt —-—._ L. Hoenk _—i— j P,"Norton _-_.^.-jr^^2-;-; I T. Bohannon ;__—__'_ ." le Goeders Co. -------'--+:...'• nle Neville ! !_<.„„' Illlam Fisher _„___ |C.,Smith _ on & Hanson IIS, KATIE KIRSCH PASSES SATURDAY i. Katie Klrsch, wtyo underwent I operation for strangulated he"rnia |e weeks ago, died Saturday morn- rat the Kossuth hospital. ' 'uneral services were conducted | the local Catholic church Monday Tilhg at 9:30 by Father Cavern, flowing which burial was made in 9St,'Joe Catholic cemetery'beside »grave of-her late husband, Peter ich, who died in September, 1930, Ting a major operation. : s. Kirsch's maiden surname M.Knott, and she was the daughter the late Mr, and Mrs. Hubert |ott. She was born January 8, IV, in .Brown county, Minn., and «juet past her 61st year at death. m Knotte moved to this county »settled in the St. Joe nelghbor- 1 more than 40 years ago, and, ] she was married. After farm- In the St. Joe neighborhood years, ,Mr. and Mrs. Kli-sch i to Algona, only surviving children are »sons, Matt Klrechl Bode, and Klrsch, B^prletor of the ** laundry, Algona, There are 8n' K, s, D., and Peter Knott, of Minn,; also seven sifters: seHaase and^'Mra. Elizabeth iferibauit, Minn.; Mm 1 Susie Comfrey, Minn., and Mrs. • Becker, and Mrs. John Becker, p ^ rSl Jame -' t HeJdw«che}dt t Bend; and Mrs. fcucy HI8H SCHOOL DECLAM Sfltfley WiCn™;!!? •"WfT tf9f 1 /^?»S^*»*JJW- iSaSsssrsii .; Includes 872,662. The latter __„_ almost every state and.^flfthlrds of the 3,000 chapters. v.|iiiemploy- ment relief is furnished , : ;£y 1865* chapters doing family welfare work; and many are assisting veterans and families of veterans. The national chapter /furnishes wool,, t roni. which garmentsI'lca&j, be knitted to be sent to children in Montana and the Dakotas, where many children are unable to attend school because of insufficient warm clothing. EPISCOPAL RECTOR BORN IN GERMAN r The Rev. Father Louis Denninghoff, now rector of Trinity. Episcopal church, Emmetsburg, and the St. Thomas church, Algona, recently moved to Emmetsburg from Des Moines and is now conducting services regular at both churches. Born In Germany, Father Denninghoff, who is a former Evangelical Lutheran minister, 'holds degrees from European educational Institutions. Shortly before the World war, he came to America to spend a year at the Eden theological seminary, St. Louis. Because of the war he remained in this country and served protestant churches as pastor. While Father Denninghoff was engaged in special duties at the University of Omaha and the c Nebraska state university he was tendered and. accepted a professorship .. at Omaha, and while he was holding this professorship he took an advanced course in the Presbyterian theological seminary at Omaha. From this institution he received a master's degree in theology. He also holds a Nebraska first-grade certificate for high school teaching. He is an ordained priest of' the American branch of the Church of England. Father Denninghoff Is married and has three children, Philip, George, and James. MRS- LEANDER WINSLOW DIES FOLLOWING STROKE Mrs. Leander Winslow, who, suffered strokes a few weeks ago^'died Friday night at her home on~. east McGregor street. The Rev. A.. English conducted funeral Be'rvlces-~at the home Monday afternoon, and burial was made In Riverview. Mrs, Wlnslow's maiden name was Margaret Ellen Leonard, and she was born in Wayne county^ .-Iiid:~, May 9, 1863. At death she was in her 69th year. Her family came.to Guthrle county, Iowa, in 1864," and on July 4, 1882, she was married at Linden- The family came to Algona in 1905. v Mr, Winslow and six children survive: Mrs. Zora Johnson, Minneapolis; Mrs. Lulu Johnson, Pasadena, Calif,; Mrs. Edna Stebbins, Pomona, Calif.; Mrs. Cecil -Aaher, Spokane; Harry, Annapolis, Md.;; and Mrs. Margaret Ross, Watertown, S. I>. Mrs. Wlnslow was a member of •the Friends church, also of the local W. R, C. Three of the children were here, for the funeral; Mrs, Johnson, Mrs; Asher, and "Mrs. Rpss. SOUTH DAKOTANDiES*ON . VISIT TO SONS IN AL60HA Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at the Catholic church for William Timothy McGulre, 69, who died^- at the home of his eon, M. T. -.Me&uire, north Phillips street, Sunday morn- Ing. Mr. McGuire, who vajf born August 6, 1&63, was 69. Hfft parents canie to thi» country from' Ireland and settled In Iowa before he^'wasr toprn. Ws home was at Burke, ,S ife but h,e, haf been vieitmg 1 »«* ai»d takjpff medical treatment ' last fall Mrs. McGuire and survive: M. T. and John, William, Davenport; rs. PJoyd Moore. W»n»ter, S. Ittlluj, Hasle and Mrs. f o ^"t* 1 Pl akota - Burtel l^ere. . ?'va# annual Riverview ------meeting was held recently at the wppw ^ er ^tract office, - "** ' I JB^Sffift- s ^Sr *WY _ TTr*.±i__ fPhA /VU1V& IllUl COUNtY AtJVAKCB. ALQOKA. tOWA Drusilla Caughlin, of the Paine & Sorensen drug store, spent Sunday at Waterloo. The First Lutheran Dorcas society will hold a bake sale at Moe & Sjogren's Saturday. Attorney Edw. Kelly, of Emmets- ourg, spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. W. W. Sullivan. Dr. Walter Fraser was? sick early in tho week with the flu and was confined to his home. At a Masonic meeting last Thursday night L. M. Merritt and M. T. Reeves were given the first degree. Lewis Larsen & Co., Corwith, had another set of closing out sale bills printed at the Advance shop Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kent went to Des Moines Monday to attend an auto show. Mr. Kent is the local Ford dealer. T. P. Harrington spoke on Washington before the Rotary club Monday noon.- He gave an Informative and elociuent address. Mrs. Gottlieb Gronbach is eick with the flu, and her granddaughter, Florence Hohenberger, Livermore, Is caring for her. ,. Floyd Saunders went to Des Moines Sunday for a few days. Mr. Saunders is in the employ with Kennedy & Parsons here.' J. H. Migbee, Ottumwa, spent Tuesday at the local Graham store. He is head bookkeeper for the Ottumwa Mercantile company. vEdgar Finnell accompanied Wal;ter Fraser home from Ames for a week-end visit Edgar is a fresh;man in electrical engineering, i . Mrs. John Caughlin returned Sunday from Titonka, where she had been since Friday, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Andrew Hansen. : . : C. H. Taylor, of-the Ice cream factory, was at • his office again Monday, after having been confined to his home a week, with the flu. • ' ; Dorothy. Mangan ' 'a|tid • Lawrence Misbaoh go to Ames tomorrow for the week 7 end with friends. Dorothy will be the guest of the A. K. Cliffs. There will be an oldtlme and. new- time Leap'Year dance at the I. O. O. F. hall tomorrow night. Roy Johnson's orchestra, Buffalo Center, will play. The lobby of the Algona hotel is being redecorated in a buff Italian rustic design. E. A. Boss painters from Des Moines are doing the work. Mrs. P. J. Braner left Friday evening for Chicago to visit her son Erwln at Concordla college, at River Forest, 111. She returned Monday morning. Torkel Hill, Story City, called on friends here Monday, en route to Estherville and other northern Iowa points. Mr. Hill is in the butter tub business with brothers at Story City. F. A. M. Frost has sufficiently recovered from his recent severe sickness to take outdoor walks. For a man In the 80's, he has demonstrated remarkable powers of recuperation. Mrs. Harold Pike, of Miller, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Guy R, Mantor. , Mrs. Mantor*s daughter, Maurine Miller, and Carroll Swift, Mason City, were also here. Irene Lamuth returned to Fort Dodge Monday, after a visit since Saturday with her parents? Mr. and Mrs. John Lamuth. She is bookkeeper at the Brady Transfer company. , Mrs. A. B. Tyler is expected home sometime next week from Ottumwa, 'where she has been spending three weeks with her parents. Mrs, Tyler is assistant manager of the local Graham store. Mrs. Frank Clark, Garner, came last Thursday for a week with her husband, who recently underwent a major operation at the Kossuth hospital. She has been a guest of the T, P. Harringtons. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Love are parents of a boy, James Sheridan .born February 19. Mrs. Love was formerly Wana Patterson and is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Patterson, south of Algona. , Walter Fraser Jr., senior at the state college, Ames, spent the weekend with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Walter Fraser. He will be graduated from the industrial science department late in March. Dorothy Fleming and Sophia Haneen, .Forest City, visited local friends Sunday. Dorothy is the daughter of W. .R. Fleming, former Algonian, and Sophia is bookkeeper at D'octor Irish's hospital. . Edith Heaven, of Rochester, N, y,, who had spent five months, with her Bister, Mrs. Alfred Jergenson, of Plum Creek township, left Friday for St. Petersburg, Fla., where ehe Will spend the rest of the winter. The Rev. R. A- Burrows, , Dallas Center, brought Mrs, Burrows™ to Algona Monday for a vtelt till Saturday with her parent*, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wright, The Rev. Mr. Burrows Is a Presbyterian minister, .:Frank Clark continues to Improve at the Kossuth hospital, and will doubtless be released ehortly, In his case an operation for gallstones and appendicitis proved 'hardly more serious than one for appendicitis alone. 'Mr. and Mrs. George EJlbert, Mrs. Eugene Keneflck, and Mrs. C. M. Frane went to Pes Moines yesterday, and are expected home tonight. Mr. Elttbrt was to attend, an auto show and the women to visit relatives or friends. Floy Horn, natural science teacher in the high school,.resumed teaching Monday, after a week in a hos-< pital at Iowa City,' where she underwent a gtond operation In the neck. During her absence Mrs. Horeten.se Ferguson substituted. • ., • Mrs, R. H. Miller went t 9 BurUwj- Von last week Wednesday for a'vteit 5h sometime this, week with Mr. Miller, who was recently transferred to that city to take charge of a big failed Uank. Mr. Miller ig expected to accompany his wife Jwne. Mrs. Walter Fraaer returned re-' cently from Philadelphia, where she, had gone before Thanksgiving to viWt taer eon Scott a«d her daughter Eleanor. Sc9tt teases jnathejjjaUoa to a. high **qol, and Elinor ia curator in tjM> Academy <* FlR«Arfe* Eleanor McCoy, l 8 ^ 0 ^sft** 68 "** fourth grade &t. St, OwWt Wadfl****^ Mahan, will return to hef'home at Clinton Sunday. She Is supervisor of nurses at .the Jane Lamb hospital there, and while here, was recuperating from an appendicitis operation. L. A. Andrew, ''Farmers ( Savings bank, Corwith, receiver, announces a farm sale at the.'south edge of St. Benedict next week Thursday afternoon. • Six horses, 15 ca/ttle, and a line of farm machinery will be offered. L. .A. Matern will be auctioneer. Mrs. Myron Schenck and her daughter Mildred came down from Minneapolis Saturday and drove back Monday. Mildred is Minnesota state assistant leader In 4-H club work, and she travels all over the state. Mrs. Schenck has a vacant house here for rent. Mrs. C. J. Scaiilan is the new cashier and bookkeeper at the Chrlschllles & Herbst store, succeeding Mrs. Frank Seeley, who resigned a few weeks ago. Mrs. Seeley had been in the firm's employ many years, and Mrs. 'Scanlan; 'formerly Rose Harig, is a former employe. Fred Anderson called Friday-afternoon and said: "You can take that '»d' out of your old paper. I don't want It any more." He'ran a little 'want 'ad* for a housekeeper last week, received 15 or 20 -applications, and took his pick. The Advance "learns every week that the want 'ads' are read as closely as the news columns. Al Falkenhalner spent last week Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at Cedar Rapids, attending a Northwest druggists' meeting and the iowa Pharmaceutical annual meet- Ing. Mr. Falkenhainer was 're-elected treasurer of the Northwest druggists' bureau and secretary of the past president's -club of the .Pharmaceutical association.' ' , Mrs. AHie' C.'.Branson, widow of the later Frank BrOffson, arrived last Thursday from Spencer, her old •home, where she had visited friends, •to see her brother, Franl? Clark." pa- tien^a't' the' 'Kossuth ;l «'ospl!aV^Bn* was a guest'of the W. H. Freemans that night, and went to Burt Friday morning to visit Mrs. G. L; Carroll, formerly Mrs. Delia - Laird. ' Mrs. O. Lorenz is expected sometime next week for a few days at her son Walter's. She Is at present at her daughter Mrs. Myron Hill's, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Lorenz has spent most of the winter with children at Harlan and Council Bluffs. Mrs. Chris Miller is occupying 'her house In north Algona but ' Mrs. Lorenz plans to return for the summer. . T. C. Sherman, of Troer, was in town over the week-end. Mrs. Sherman, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. R. R. Kennedy, Minneapolis, had suffered an attack of the flu and in consequence had serious sinus trouble. Mr. Sherman telephoned her Sunday, and she said she had been out of bed a few days. She Is expected home In a few weeks. Thos. Akre is running his Pure Quill coffee advertisement, three pounds for 99 • cents, again this week. He sent a copy of this advertisement to the Halligan Corporation, Davenport, and in reply received a letter highly .complimenting the set-up, which provided John Lunstrum, Advance cub compositor, with a well-earned thrill of pride. Patients at the Stebbins General •hospital last week were: Madge and Theodore May, Corwith, and Verna 'Lenertz, Bode, tonsillectomy; and Bertha Schofer, West Bend, treatment. -Mrs. Roy Bowen has b.een a patient since October. Mr. and Mre. Wilfred Johnson, Cresco farmers, became parents of a' girl Monday, and the baby weighed 8 pounds and 14 oz. , Edw. Thaves, Bankers Life agent In Kossuth, was an Algona visitor Monday. He now lives at Burt, where hie brother J. G. is one of the publishers of the Monitor. The brothers once published the Lakota Record, after which Edward ran a men's clothing store there. Edward, who is a golf enthusiast, helped organize the North End golf club and Is still a member. Little Phyllis Mathes has been sick with pneumonia since Sunday, and Bernadlne Barnes, sister of Mrs. George Elbert, whose parents live at Rolfe,'is caring for her. Bernadine is a graduate of a hospital at Davenport. Phyllis, who Is the 10 T year- old daughter" of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Mathes, is in the fifth grade at school.. Last, reports of her condition were favorable.' Mr, and Mrs. M- F-- Baker, Slgour- ney, spent last week "Tuesday and Wednesday; with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Sorstedt, Mr. Baker • was' looking after a business matter in this part of the state, He is now employed in the farm loan department of 'a concern In Des Moines. For a time he served as hank receiver at Bancroft and Swea City, and the-family meanwhile lived here. A Junior high school basketball tournament will be held at the local high school gymnasium Saturday, March 12, the'following towns participating: Fenton, Lone Rock, Corwith, Britt, Lu Verne, and 'Algona. Besides the local high school, St, Cecelia's academy will; be represented. It is expected that other towns will be represented, but no others had reported up to Saturday, Renewing his subscription, LeRoy MoWhorter, Oeage, writes: "Qlad to see the Colyum back , . • I want to nmmend you for the publicity you give R. B. Johnson, j the present state treasurer. If we can't have a man In office who alwaye keeps sober, better have none," Mr, MqWhorter, who was for many" years' a Portland township farmer, now operates a gas and oil station at Oeage." A Mr. ?<ane, who travel"* for the J. B. Terry Durin electric company, of 'Cedar Rapids, will move fe> Algo,na March ; }, He has rented the lower Otto Falkenhainer apartment on north Thpringtojt»; ^tcVw*!! be vacated by Mr,,, and afrg. flobert LoiV son, who have rented rooms in the Vera apartments Jjj the former A.] D. Clarfce.H. C, Adsjw housne. Mr, Larson te a^go a trayeUiig salesman. Mr. Lane has % yrjfe and chJUd, M«$i$p Majy Perpetua, ot th» Presentation Slaters at canje mty to t* e W«eJ& locaj ffe, p(&e«Hft *Pg and W$ f^em ft* who, , MlESBirTERIAlf, .1. L. Coleman; lnlMcr-i-Just a few mdre days of intensive effort "for the church and the Christ are awaiting us. Tonight will be young-people's night, and all ar.e aekid to' join 'with ' friends in some part and listen in on Doctor Thompson's special message to youth. The remaining services will be of great import, to all concerned. Let us make the most out of this opportunity for the honor of our Christ and the good of humanity. The special meetings will close next Sunday night. TRINITY, P. J. Braner, Pastor- Next Sunday: Sunday school, 10 a. m.; English service, 10:30. Special Lenten service next week Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. . . . The Y. P. ' s. will meet next Tuesday evening at 7:30. The Concordla Aid will not meet till next week. METHODIST, C. T. Hnlse, Pastor —Keen Interest is obvious in the work of both missionary societies. A number of social and educational meetings have been planned for the spring months. The Queen Esther girls met last evenlng.with Margaret Lease. ST. THOMAS, !LoDlg Dennlnghoff, M. Tli., Rector—Today, early euch- arist, 9 a. m.; evensong and sermon, 7:30 p. m. Third Sunday in Lent: early eucharlst, 9 a. m.; church school, 10 a. m.; morning prayer and sermon, 11 a. m. • NAZARENE, A. W. and Hazel Irwin, Pastors—Next Sunday at 9:45 Resurrection of Lazarus. Sermon subject at 11, The Supernatural in the Christian Life. Evening service, 7:30; theme: The'Insufficien- cies of the Human. ABVENTI8T, Otto Nelson In charge—This week Saturday: Sabbath, school, 2:30; p.' m.; study in prophecy, 3:30; subject, Signs of Our Times. AL60N!M'S BROTHER DIES SUDDENLY AT SIOUX CITY Donald F. O'Brien, Sioux City, brother of W. J. O'Brien, died at a hospital.at Sioux City Sunday after- following a few days' sickness pneumonia arising from the Mr. O'Brien, who was 31,. had married only since October/He his wife moved to Sioux City Mason City a month ago. Mr. was an insurance agent, services were conducted at a Catholic church at Mason City yesterday morning, and burial was e there. Besides the young wld- hls parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. "'—,: a sister, Mrs. Chartes Cas-^ a brother Harold, all of Ma- City, survive; also another sis- Mrs. W. D. Latimer, Rockwell , and the brother here. The lo- Mr. and Mrs. O'Brien attended funeral. noon, with flu. been and from O'Brien Funeral made ow, O'Brien, ey, son ter, City cal the •Dodge':; sister 1 'Mary Raphael teaches the third grade. ,. An Odd Fellows -county council monthly meeting .was held at the coliseum, Titonka, Tuesday night. The entertainment consisted of a program, followed by a lunch,, after which there was' 'dancing. Algon- ians who attended were Mr. and Mre. L. G.' Pool, Mrs. Guy R. Mantor, W. E. Laird, Austin Witham, R. G- Richardson, C. H. Post, Conrad Herman, Mrs.. G. C. Bartoh, Adrian Casler, Hazel Casler, and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Behrends. Mr. Pool is president of the council and Odd Fellow district deputy. The F. S. Kissingers will leave for Des Moines Saturday to make their home there. Mr. Kissinger is in the employ of the Aetna Life Insurance company, whose branch office here was recently moved to Des Moines. The Kissinger household goods will be shipped by truck. They have been living in the new Conrad Herman tenant house on Park avenue. The E. L. DeZellars will move into it'March' 1. Mr. De Zellar is a Minneapolis hardware salesman. He and 'his family are at present living in one of the J. T. Bohannon tenant houses. . .. ' Two appendectomy, patients at the Kossuth hospital last week were Helen Beguhn, daughter of Al- .gona's Firestone tire dealer, and Lorenz, 11-year-old son of H. J. Presthus, Bancroft. : Mrs. James Love, Algona, and Mrs. Clarence >Pitstick, : Rockwell City, entered the hospital Tuesday for medical treatment. • Harold D. Niles, Beloit, 'Wis., who has worked as a farmhand In this vicinity for some time, was a patient Tuesday and yesterday, .the result of-a fall which caused a slight head concussion. Harry Keith, Algona, has been taking treatment for milkleg since Saturday; The Behlmer candy kitchen, known as the Algonquin, reopened Monday, after having been closed since Thursday, January 28, when an early morning blaze in the basement caused by faulty -electric wiring, resulted in great damage there and threatened three; adjacent buildings. Carpenters and painters remodeled and redecorated the interior following the blaze. The candy stock has been replaced, artd Mr. Behlmer believes that he now has the freshest stock in Iowa. Only- candy sealed in glass jars with tight-fitting covers escaped damage from smoke and water. By way of prevention aganist like damage, all wiring was replaced. New booths Installed last fall escaped damage, and the arrangement of fixtures is much the same as before. PILES! PILES! PILES! WILLIAMS' PILE OINTMENT Foe Blind. Bbadiiig ud Itching Pile,. F« ide by .11 dat&to. mU 50cind $l.qa WUUAMS MFG. CO., hw., CUv.Und. OUo LUSBY'S DBUG STOBE, ALGOKA OLD AND NEW TIME LEAP YEAR DANCE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26. I.O.O. F. Hall PETERSON SWAMPED IAIIES OVJNU« STUMI 'We're e,ven too busy to wrije advertising. \V*e ran out of film on U»e second day. The first fifty are made. The first contest is closed, Prise-winnere wijj'be announced in this paper next week. ' • w« Herat! AjsfD we're gQin^r to duplicate the contest. - If we dep^i get prige^ pe<)** the met-chontft a/j jn ihe f li»,t. contest, we. are jajrt? fi,Y^ >b«to- last two • *~v* , ^ Store Redecorated. George Peck has finished repainting the interior of the Lusby drug store. The walls have been finished in tan, with a wide border of green and gold at the ceiling. ,The woodwork of the show cases and counters has been varnished. Sale Dates Feb. 25—Jennie and John Whitford, general farm sale, northeast of Lone Rock. Feb. 26—C. E. Swanson, general farm sale, 3 miles west and 3, miles north of Lu Verne. Feb. 27—Market sale at the Northwestern stock yards in Algona. Feb. *7—Market Day sale at the sale barn In Algona. March 3—On the Simmons farm at St. Benedict, Receiver's sale. —For a modish coat, with rugged wearing qualities. —For smart fabrics that are exclusive. —For unmatchable tailoring that assures perfect fit. ' -r-For 100% value. At the Lowest Prices Ever! THE GOEDERS GO,! Going If you are why not have a pair of these smart new "Ghttlie Ties* In brown and light elk at $6 The Goeders Co. 1.1'.4 H. R. Sorensen Co. Specials for Friday and Saturday 6 cans tomatoes (fancy No. 2) „• NO. 10 AppleS . '-'..." •;.;' No. 10 Peaches . Sorensen's Diamond Coffee, per Ib. ... Kellogg's Rice Krispies. per plcg. Kellogg's Bran Flakes, per pkg, . Grape Juice (pint size) '. •".,:.' Imported Sardines -: . . . Pork [by half or wholej . . 6icJb- Beef [by the quarter] - . . 9 C and up [Both home butchered prime meat] . "!'",''' 45c 43c 32c Phone 139 i Deliver. ETery One a Big Show!; Friday and Saturday, Feb. 26 and 2? ' 2 Matinees Saturday, 1:30-3:30 Prices, 10-25c. The big hit show of the season. WALLACE BEERY CLARK GABLE CLIFF EDWARDS in "Hell Divers" 180 airplanes take part Butch of the .Big House and . The Lover of Susan Lennox. Aviation's Greatest Thrill. Greatest thrills of your picture- going days. Also Bin-Tin-Tin Serial Sunday and Monday, Feb. 38 and 89 Matinees Sunday, 10-30c. BUTH CHATTEHTON Mrst Lady of the Screen, in Her greatest mother role since -.;•.. "Sarah and Son" ^Tomorrow and Tomorrow" * Philip Barry's, stage success. Tuesday-Wednesday, March 1 and 9, Tuesday Matinee, 2:30—i(h25c. DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS JR. JOAN BLO^VWELL in "Union Depot" " All ••that'.', happens in and about a' Union Depot and railroad yards. 1 •' V:' Plenty of thrills. , , < Thursday and Friday, March 3 MH! f 2:30 Matinee Thursday, 10-J6C. LAWRENCE TIBBETT LUPE VALEZ in M The Cabas Love Song" The big thrill since the Love Son?. Jimmy Durante and Ernst reance oupporting. We want everybody to drink real good coffee 1 and that means — — •f i ; A , _ ^ , „ ( Halligan's Pure Quill * * , -\ an<J for this and the jiext week it will be' sold at 1 \ ' • The "Dependon Grocery" , ' \ '"'S* FOW J»5c PEE POUND, OH 3 I'OIJ\DS FOR »fc. < It makes very many more cupfuls to the pound than others in the high W class, . ' ,' • . / y ,< mm TltV I* t _ . ' " " *"""*_, ijurjpr AW n ^^ • , , • , . This store is also "HEADQUARTERS" for faney Frills, .anfl Vfifi Cheese and Seafoods, either dopaestic or imported (ronj all corfterB of tk Algona. BreacJ or Al$pna. Pvitter never disappoints. 8Pth aJways CjlJJ' sold at . - ''• > * i. ; ~' f ^;(\ v 3» ">%•» ••#3 We

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