Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 3, 1932 · Page 10
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 3, 1932
Page 10
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OUR LEASE EXPI CLOSIIG Our Entire Stock The most sensational array of bargains ever gathered together un : der one roof! This sale is not for a day, but will continue on until entire stock is sold. Bloom's message to the public! The news of the passing of Bloom's Department Store will come as a big surprise to our many friends and customers. Our lease is to expire and we are forced to begin a complete liquidation of our stock commencing Thursday, March 3, at 9 a.rn. SALE STARTS THURSDAY, MARCH 3rd,9a.m. Clothing Men, you hove never seen such values in men's and young men's suits, overcoats, pants, sheep- lined coats, leather coats, etc., etc. Men's and Boys' Shoes Children 's Shoes Tennis QU Shoes Ladies, don't miss this , sale. Our entire spring stock of shoes is in this selling-out sale. Spike heels, cu- foans, military, flat heels, every pair must go. Folks Don't Miss This Event Shirts Overshoes Rubbers Ready-to- Wear Ladies' Silk Dresses, House Dresses, Misses' Dresses, Children's Dresses. Prices lire lower tu&ii you ever dreamed. Fixtures Must Be Sold Counters eg siers Scales Coffee Mills, Etc., etc. \ -. . Open Evenings For tltose that cannot attend this great closing - out sale during the day we will be open evenings until 9 p. m. Furnish- • ings and Work Plntftincr V'lUllllllg Men's Dress Caps Overalls Groceries Every known kindi, Hundreds of cans',. peas, corn, tomatoes. Fruits of every kind. Coffees, tea, wreak-fast foods, gallon fruits of every known kind. ' Work Pants Union- alls Goods Must Be Sold Regardless or Cost O^HnKBBMMMi Dry Goods Hundreds of yards of silks, crepes, Toil de Nord sheet- ings, prints, hundreds of yards different materials that space does not .permit us to mention. •^••••••••^^M Entire stock has been rearranged and marked down for quick action. Open every evening until 9 a. m. ~ Algona : : Iowa .Woman's Club Awards Prizes— The Woman's club met at the library Friday afternoon, and the program consisted of a paper on Indian Art by Mrs. Gladys Paddock, Phoenix, Ariz., read by her mother, Mrs/ F. L. Trlbon. The winners of the essay contest were announced and prizes presented to Florence Dehnert. first prize of $5, and!Ruth Robinson and Nettie Grubb, tied for second, $2 each. The topic was Washington the Gentleman. The club has, voted to hold a like contest annually, the topic to be 'chosen by a committee. There were 12 contestants this year. Ail high school pupils are eligible. TN'urso Is Honored — Mrs. .D. "D. Monlux entertained in honor of Emma Holm, Clinton, Friday night. Bridge was played at two tallies, Mrs. Bert Cronin winning the high scrjre and Mrs. D. C. Malian \von a travel prize. Miss Holm received a guest prize. Mrs. Mahan us Miss Holm's sister. Another bridge party in Miss Holm's honor was given by Mrs. W. J. Mangan last week Wednesday night, L. M. Merritt and Mrs. G. D. Brundase winning the high scores. Miss Holm again received a guest prize. There were eight guests. Nluoly at 0. E. 8. Party— The O. TO. S. entertained at a, benefit bridge party last week Tuesday- afternoon at the Masonic temple. There were 90 women in attendance. The high scores were won by Mrs. L. B. Hovey, Mrs. J. W. Mangan, and Mrs. Paul Wille, and Burnetta Bonnstetter won a prize for having the score nearest the number of the year of George Washington's birth. Mrs. G. D. Stokes and Mrs. L. C. Hutchins were chairmen of the committee in charge. Refreshments were served. Will Meet— The Presbyterian Light Bearers •will meet at .the church next Saturday at 2 p. m. The hostess will be Mrs. L. K. Fairbanks, and the program follows: devotionals, Jean Murtagh; chapter in World on a Farm, Dorothy Dailey; chapter in Friendly Farmers. Ermadine Hansen. Annette Hansen will have charge of entertainment. Self-Denial boxes are to be taken to the meeting. Joseph I no Auner Is Hostess— Josephine Auner reached her seventh birthday anniversary Friday, and in honor of the event entertained little friends between 4 o'clock and six, when supper was served. The guests were Mary Ellen Halpin, Fern Carney, Marylin Keen, Maxine Caldwell, Margaret Ann Beardsley, Ruth Ann and Ohar• lene Clement, Miriam Norton, and Josephine's sister Margaret. Rist, who will lie married; tomorrow to Myrle Walter G.riggs, Minneapolis. Tho entertainment consisted' of a story read 1 by Mrs. Lura Sanders- and stunts. There wer& 3ft guests. Former Algonlan Has Birthday— Soren DidMksen, former Algona farmer-, now living at the edge of Britt, had a birthday a week ago Sunday, and OK his wife's invitation a group of friends helped him celebrate the occasion that evening, according to last week's Britt News- Tribune. Itirtlulay Is Celebrated— Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Kohl entertained at cards Sunday night, the occasion being Mrs. Kohl's birthday anniversary. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs Andrew Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Beck, and Arthur Beck. V. C. T. XT. Will Entertain— The W. C. T. U. will hold a membership meeting at Mrs. AV. H. ease's next Tuesday afternoon. 3ach member attending is to tak^e a G IP. E. Q.'s N>»e The P. E. O.'e met with Ella Tueaday nigat for a cov- supper, after which offl- \V., STILLMAN, partner of E. J. Van Ness, who announced recently for the republican nomination for county attorney. Mr. Stillman ran four years ago, but was de-: feated by a narrow margin by 'G. D. Shumway, present county attorney. He is now opposed by H. W. Miller, partner of Judge W. B. Quarton. cers were elected: Mrs. S. E. McMahon, president; Mrs. P. J. Christensen, vice president; Ella Thompson, recording secretary; Mrs. H. R. Cowan, corresponding secretary; Mrs. T. P. Harrington, chaplain; Mrs. M. G. Norton, guard. D. A. It.'s to Meet Tuesday— The D. A. R.'s will meet next Tuesday at 3 p. m. with Mrs. Sarah Long; Mrs. George H. Free and Mrs. PJeni-y Tjaden, assisting -hostesses, The program will consist of a talk on Washington, Builder of the Nation,, by Louise Hyde and musical numbers in charge of Mrs. W. S. Lee. Farewell for Mrs.'Williams— Mrs. G. W. Stillman and Mrs. W D. Andrews entertained eight women at bridge Friday night in honor of Mrs. F. D. Williams, who goes to Iowa City soon to make her home The high score was won by Mjcis. A. E. Kresensky. Mrs. Williams, received a guest prize, were served. Refreshments I'. E. 0. Chapter Entertained— Mrs. T. P. Harrington, president of the local P. E. O. chapter, entertained the chapter Saturday night At 6:30 a 3-course dinner was served at tables centered with yellow jonquils and yellow candles. The rest of the evening was spent a anagrams and bridge. There were 25 in attendance. Shower Honors Evilly Elst— Mrs. C. B. Murtagh and Mrs. T P. Harrington entertained at dinner followed by a miscellaneous shower Monday night in honor of Emily GARS OF CORN GO TO SOUTH DAKOTA Some Indication of the enormous stream of donations of corn, oats, and other stock feeds which has daring the last two weeka been moving from this section alone to the drought and grasshopper-stricken regions of South Dakota may be gftined from perusal of headlines from the newspapers, as follows: Lakota Record—Ship Carload Corn to South Dakota. Bancroft Register—Free Car Feed for South Dakota. Swea City Herald—Ship Carload Grain to South Dakota. Spencer News-Herald—Second Car Feed to Dakotans. Burt Monitor—Car Grain for S. D. Relief. Armstrong Journal—Booster Club Collects Car Corn. Wins High Marts. Mt. Vernon, Mar. 1—Alva Benson, Cornell freshman, was: one of the outstanding students, on the campus for the first semester of the school year, according to a grades report released recently. She Is a graduate of the Algona; high school. Want Ads FOR RENT—S*&RTL.T MODERN house, albse' ihi^-^bone 151. 9u25 FOR SALE'—YEARLING CALVES. —Henny Btoateenv phone 18 on 97. . 8p25 FOR SALE—3 PEDIGREED Short-' 'horn bulls, priced right. — W. F. .Tenkinson, phone 1F22, Algona. 12p25 FoR SALE — 2 BRONZE GOB- •blers, $5 each; 2 Toulouse ganders, $2 each.—Mrs. John Kain, Algona. I6p25 AUCTION—FINANCE COMPANY repossessed furniture, beautiful pieces, piano, Sales Barn, Saturday, —Frank Vera.' 13p25 LET US DO YOUR PAINTING and paper-hanging before the rusk, and save you money,—W. A. Rich^ ardson, phone 572-J. 19p2ff' uest. led. Unpaid dues are to be set- Eustern Stars Plan Benefit— The Eastern Stars will entertain at a benefit party at the Masonic temple next Tuesday night. There ,vill be cards from 8 till 10, when refreshments will be served, after which there will be dancing. in Other Society News The Methodist Aid will meet the church basement this afternoon at 2:30. An invitation is extended to new Algonians to attend. After a business meeting and program, Mrs. E. C. Handler's division will serve a 15c luncheon. The Baptist Aid meets this afternoon with Mrs. Harvey Coleman; assisting hostesses, Mesdames Cora Bowman, Russell Cook, Ole Moe. Mrs, E. W. Lusby entertained the Idle Hour bridge club at lunch last Thursday. The high bridge score was won by Mrs. R. W. Horigan. The Legion Auxiliary will meet tomorrow night at 7:30; Mrs. Hugh Post in charge of entertainment. The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. W. H. Lease next Tuesday. » Pageant Proposed. For the last several summers the Algona district Methodists have held yearly picnics 'here, and at a group Brotherhood meeting at Buffalo Center recently a resolution favored a picnic and historical pageant here this year. The pageanl would be a new feature. . .- 4 Mrs. Sutton Resigns. Mrs. Elinor T. Sutton, who has •been welfare worker here since 1929 resigned Tuesday, effective Apri 15. Mrs. Rachel Stiles, who has -been Mrs. Button's office assistant also resigned, effective April 1. «Aux» Meet Planned. Burt, Mar. 1—Knoll Unit No. 549 Burt, invites all Legion Auxiliary members to attend a county meet ing at the Burt Presbyterian church March 8 at 2 p. m. Corwith Hustler — Carload Corn or South Dakota. Forest City Republican'— Donations Grow for S. D. Relief. Elmore Eye—Carload Oats Win Leave Next Week. Clarion Monitor—Legion to Send lorn to S. D. Farmers. Livermore Gazette — Car Corn to South Dakota, Eagle Grove Eagle—K. C. Will Handle Car Corn. Spencer Reporter—Legion to Send Car Grain. Fort Dodge Corn to South Dakota. Estherville Enterprise — Corn Mounts to 3347 Bushels. Kanawha Reporter — Kanawha Ships Two Care Corn. These are only a few headlines of like nature whiqh are to be found in the newspapers in this section and elsewhere. Messenger — More Cole Sedan Stolen, George C. Cole, former hardware man here, now operating a general store at Maxwell, lost an Austin car Saturday, stolen. It was found later burned. He had been using It .for store deliveries. SLEEPING 1 ROOMS FOR RENT.— Phone- 413r-J h Mrs, Frank Green.- 9u25 FOR. REKT—SLEEPING ROOM, close- iter $2 week.—Phone 532. . 10p25 WANT TO RENT A GOOD PARSE 1GO acres or larger, .full equipment, including tractor outfit. Rfefi- erence furnished.—Call Advance* 191)25 R SALE—20 HAMPSHIRE bred gilts;; vaccinated.—Carl ^Hutchins. 9p25 LOST, STRAYED, OR STOLEN blue Persian cat. 111. Please call 10u25 LET OUR TELEPHONE BE your clothes line. — Kirsch phone 267. Laundry, 10u20tf FOR RENT—WEST PART OF M. J. Young apartment, modern. — Call 316-J. 11U25 WANTED—POSITION as housekeeper in small 560-W. family. — Call 9u25 EXPERT SEWING — REMODEL- ing at reasonable prices.—Inquire 222 S. Ridgley. 10p25-26 FOR SALE—2-YEAR-OLD Guernsey bull.—H. W. Gade, phone 349, Fenton. Fenton, 12p25 WHITE BLOSSOM SWEET clover seed for sale; also medium red seed.—W. H. Grover, Burt. 14p22-25 FOR SALE—MONARCH STEEL range with, water front, in good condition.—Mrs. Geo. H. Free. 14u25 MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT AT only $25 a month. Garage. Ful] extra lot for garden.—W. C. Dewel. 22gtf BIGGEST KICK SINCE PROHIBI tion—17-plate Super-Active • Bat* tery kicks over the stiffest motor;. $6.75 exch. price.—Gamble Stores; ;/ '.18-2S CLOVER, $6.15; ALFALFA,. . both per bushel; also other bargains. Write for circular amdl samples.—Hall Roberts' Son, Postville, 2«p24-28 WANTED, TO BUY—1,.000 WHITE Pekin duck eggs for- hatching evr ery week. We also custom-hatch turkey, duck, and gees eggs.—Kossuth County Hatchery. Algona. Permanent Wave Special Did any permanent waver ever refuse to give you a Croquignole Wave because your hair was too fine? Do you hesitate to have a wave because your scalp is sensitive? Let us give you a Supercurline. No hair too fine, no scalp too sensitive. Because of popularity of pur Supercurline wave,we are extending the special price of $7.50 until March 21. This wave is given exclusively in this shop. Special prices oa all other waves. MARIGOLD BEAUTY AND COSMETIC SHOPPE OVEB BLOOM'S STOBE FfJOSg 8»» WE APOLOGIZE We bave not received the decision of the Judges and are unable to announce the prize winners in this issue—they will be announced next week. However photos of the prize-wln- nere will appear in the windows of the merchants who are • donating prizes tomorrow, and photographs 01 the 45 remaining babies will be on display in the show windows of Chrlsehilles & Herbst's. Each of five, prize-winners wil receive an 8xlQ hand tinted photograph in addition to the prizes listed below: Flret .prize: Kodak outfit consist ing of pastel shade camera, album and three rolls of film—Paine & Sor ensen, Second prize: Carriage robei- Chrischilles & Herbst. Third prize: Doll carriage—Fos ter's Furniture Store. Fourth prize: Baby's silver se with baby cup—Wehler's Jewelry Store. Fifth prize": Choice of any pottec plant—Algona Greenhouses. And don't forget, the prize-win '"*• *ad JB going to get a box ». Special' cigars from « ,-- Shop, and the mother of th prize-winner will receive, an'lS-niec Topaz luncheon set from the Cum ™«—•- Store. , *^ Wot ". IOMPANY IN BUSINESS 65 years wants man to -sell line ' .of food .nd farm products direct to farni- rs. Good; 11 vihgv to start, with real ipportuniby later,' for bigger earn- ngs.—Sfle> HI. Ji. Van de Steeg, Al- 34eowp23-32 FOR SALE OR'TRADE Fcm Llve l ; stock, one 832-egg Buffalo el( trie Incubator, -set any sectioa 208 eggs anytime, quick egg-tun ing trays, good condition; alto on 500-chlx .indoor battery brooder.-] Alex Kruegrer, .Lone Rock-. V •: s- ?yQu have trouble with your eyes, you go to %an oculist; if you wish to build a houseT you -^KQ to an architect; if your shoes need resol- mg, you go to a shoemaker, What cjo you do when you need new clqthes? Have you ever considered the advantages of buying your coats and dresses from a store - that SPECIALIZES in service? W« you in pur ready-to-wear pnly a Vcity^electior Our salesladies are well trained in their respective departments; aS8T?awmwt is sold, you are sure that it will S When you buy your new Spring qpat or dress, you buy more thin Just % piece of terial here. You buy sktisf action! the garment best suited- tq '"Think over these facts when you p Sprang wardrobe. Call Mrs Smith a an dresses. ' ' '\-'3 i^p^n

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