Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 7, 1932 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 7, 1932
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--—"- KOSStffit COttKtY AOVAKCB. ALflONAt IOWA /," \' n'^^yf^^^mm ' '' '^' ''-" 1 * *, satins Vour diamond J ring at Wehter'a J are Lu ar° a8HUlc "' a [ul brilliant stone of the f meat ; and 4M*«W * et ln the ' " wat teflon of mounting. ', t lt ]g just as important for , , w know that our price Is . loW er than you gently asked for diamond of interior quality and ,, Beginning ft» low as ^5.00 and ranging In price, , are Bowing some beau- engagement rings .and ilng rings aet with dla- Lnds at from »12.00 to $60.00 Utoo W 18-k-white gold at to $10.00. We have of 'yellow gold L* also' in all sizes. All Lang rings engraved free of charge. FJJEHLER & CO, 1 ",„«!«• •"« OptometrUU. Phone ' " | from •t ^election METHODISTS AT WESLEY HOLD CHURCH MEET Wesley, A.PI-. 5—Quarterly meet- srwlll be held nt the Methodist hurch the evening of Wednesday, Iprll 27, with Dlst. Supt. Lea.se In harge of the business session. This will toe held In the basement, beginning at 7. Supper will be served, nd every person or group partak- ng Is expected to bring a covered dish. The third event of the even- ng will be a Washington bl-cen- ennlal program, given In the church auditorium. Members and constituents ot the church are Invited to the entire program. * • Former Wesleyan Hurled Here- Mrs. Ada Glllesple, formerly of Wesley, was burled here In Ever- rreen cemetery Sunday afternoon. Wesley Rebekahs had charge of the City, spent Sunday here with Atson's parents. He Is an Interne In the university hospital. Ellas Johnson, accompanied by the Relter family, Upper Flat, visited at Ole 'Flom's Sunday. Ellas Is a Chicago boy who came to this re- .glon to work, and found his first home with the Floms. Mrs. Guy M. Butts drove to Rochester last week Wednesday to visit her husband, who Is taking .treatment at St. Mary's hospital. She re- turned Sunday and reports Mr. Bufcta slightly" improved. A daughter, Mary Joan, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Victor Loeblg. last week Wednesday. Mrs. John Ormsby Is nurse. The Arthur Benschoters, Algona, were Sunday guests at Lester Lease's. Mrs. Benschoter was for- rrierly Erma Olespn, f Weeley teacher. The Fred Looft family visited the family of his brother Bernard at Ledyard Sunday afternoon. services here. Mrs. Glllesple the second daughter, of Mr. was and Legion and Auxiliary of two Counties Hear Safety Talks Mrs, Thos. Presnell, who once farmed east of Wealey. The death of her bljSe"r 'sister,'. Mre. Fr,ed Anderson, Algona, was chronicled last week, and the youngest sister, Mrs, Barney Oagjer, died less than five months ago. ' Henrjr Rlcke Grandson Dies- Mr, and Mrs. Henry Rlcke, their THE CAUSE RHEUMATISM but Tin-Then Will Ton be Free From It? Blighting Curse. Add poison—the cause of rheu- bitle agony starts to leave your body In 24 hours. Wi* of it—how this old world ; make progress—now comes a irlptlon which Is known, to rmactets as AHenru and within [hours alter you start to take this [t acting formula all pain, agony I inflammation has departed. _uly a day lor the whole family [celebrate for instead of being a Ipless, expensive and .annoying iple the happy personals' at work -In. . • Penrii does just what this notice i it will do—it Is guaranteed by Luaby and leading druggists do it—you can get one generous ttle for 85 cents and we know It I bring the joyous results you st—your money whole hearted- Ireturned. heart—lively;, activity,, will s again after the ;w,onderful *en, AHenru brings has_ made -you •tul and happy. And remember , Allenru Is just ae effective for irltte, sciatica and lumbago. son Roman and grandson Walter, and Mrs. Ed Hlldman returned last week Wednesday night from Gilbert, having attended funeral services for Clarence Rlcke, who died Easter morning. Clarence was a grandson of the Henry . Rlckes, whose father la their son Frank. Mrs. Ed Hlldman Is Clarence's aunt, hia mother's slater. Hip Trouble Lays Boy Up— •Evourel >Loeblg, son of the Ed Loebiga, has been very sick with an attack of hip trouble. Monday he j was reported improved. Evourel te carrier salesman for the Sunday E)ea Moines Register, and has many Mends and patrons who are interested and sympathetic. His brothers are in the habit of giving him a lift when he te unable to deliver the papers in person. Lakota, Apr. 5—lowa'e American Legion program of highway safety and the reasons back of It were outlined to Legionnaires and Auxiliary members of Kossuth and Winnebago counties at the annual meet- Ing at Lakota Friday night. G. E. Cress, state educational director for the Legion's safety work, and W. Earl Hall, also of Mason City, state chairman of the safety council, were the speakers. Mrs. Sadie Denton, of Tltonka, vice commltteewoman for the eighth .congressional.„. Auxiliary organization, spoke on the- "Legion's employment project. Other speakers were Tom .Methus. of Lake Mills, Paul Anderson and Vic StanlanS, of Forest City. Refreshments were served .by local Auxiliary members, and a free movie, "Alexander Hamilton," was another feature of the evening's entertainment. Former Lakotan Is Burled—Lawrence Wolcott, of Mankato, was in town Tuesday on his way home from Callendar, where he had attended the funeral of his 1 brother- in-law, Henry Elvldge. The Henry Elvldges lived In Lakota many years, and Mr. Elvldge was a stock buyer. About 15 years ' ago they moved to Ledyard and later to Callendar, where they operated a hotel. Besides his widow, who was Effle Wolcott, he is survived by two daughters, both married. Another daughter, Florence, was drowned at Twin Lakes a few years ago. been working for the last two weeks. The R. E. Hamqulsts and Elliott Kulander's were dinner guests at E. R. Worley's last Thursday. Mrs. F. G. Torine was 111 last week. 72 YEAR OLD SETTLER DIES A BANCROFT Sunday School Class Meets— The junior girls' class of the Bancroft, Apr. '5— Funeral services for John Boyer were held- at St. John's Catholic church Friday morning at 9 o'clock, the Rt. Rev. J. D. Ftsch officiating, and burial was made in St. John's cemetery. Mr. Boyer died last .week Tuesday even- Ing, after having been sick several years with dropsy. He was born in Bavaria April 19, 1860, and at 18 came to America with his mother and two brothers. They settled at a son of F. X., and His wife was Helen Wilkinson. 1 Winifred Alatto went to Chicago last week. Wednesday 'night...,to, : ,be, employed at the home of'a Doctor Foley. She had assisted with the housework at Henry Blocker's for several months. Mrs. Mike Hlrner and her son Mike left Saturday for their home at Marshall, Minn., after having attended the funeral of Mrs. 'Hlrher'e brother-in-law, John Boyer, here Friday. The Rudy Voids left Friday for Bradley, S. D., to make their home. Mr. Void had been employed at the Fuchs hardware here 'as buyer for the .past several years. Arthur Blocker returned to work at Welp's hatchery Saturday even- Ing, after having been off work two weeks with the flu. Mr. Blocker is night man. * Mr, and Mrs. Holley, Fort Dodge, visited at the Joseph Jenks home aeveal days this week.' Mrs. Holley Is a sister of Mrs. Jenks. Fred Thacker spent last Thursday at Mason City with a brother. Mr. Thacker owns Fred's Inn here. Mrs. L. A. Barslou, Ledyard, visited her daughter, Mrs. Charles Fox, from Friday till Monday. Anton Schneider, of Calmar, is visiting his son John and other relatives. • '.''••'-' ROBERlHAMILTON SR,, DIES AT LAKOTA; ILL FOR YEARS Lakota, Apr. 5—Robert Hamilton Sr. died at his home Sunday morn- St. Lucas, Fayette county^ where Mr. Boyer lived 16" Iowa, years. 77 Attend Acorn Club— Seventey-seven members of the Methodist Sunday school meets.with Johnette Looft this week Wednesday evening. Choir rehearsal will be held at the H. Hansen home this week Wednesday evening. Next week Tuesday evening meetings of the Bible Study class will be resumed, the first meeting being held at the H. Hansen home. The book of' John is still being studied. Study Club Meets Today— The Study club will meet this week Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Arlo Dawson. Roll call will be answered with the name of a new book. Mrs. Amesbury will give a resume of facts and conclusions drawn from the history of Kossuth county and Wesley (Ben Reed), and the book "loway to loway," by Irving Ber- dlne Richman, historical writer. Former Coach Here Weds— Wesley friends have received announcements of the marriage of John Milton Holcomb and Gladys Leone Ersland, at Armstrong, Saturday, April 2. Mr. Holcomb was formerly athletic coach and teacher of agriculture in the. Wesley high school. He Is now teaching at Rudd, where I. W. Edie, formerly at Wesley, is superintendent. PnplU Attend Algona Talkie— The high school basketball teams and all who had practiced, also pupils who took part in the play, were entertained last week Wednesday evening at the play, Doctor Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, at Algona. Afterward lunch was Served by a commit- Flrrt-in the dough. Thin in thiovcn. You can to sura | cl p tltct bikinis in «»lns— C BAKING POWDER SAME PRICE f OROVER4O YEARS tee at the schoolhouse here. were 40 in the party. Three Pupils Enter School— ' Three new pupils, named There Acorn club were entertained by Mrs. Julia Wbrtman 1 . at her ,. home last Thursday afternoon, and the following program was given: The Story of the Cross—Accusation, by Mrs. Emma Smith; Trial, Mrs. Emma Gutknecht; Crucifixion, Mrs. Erma Woodworth; solo, In Pilate's Hall, Mrs. Claire Frerking. Junior Class Play Friday— It Happened in June is the junior class play of the local school, and will be. presented at the school auditorium Friday evening. Thomas Lewis, Mildred Bargar, Loren Sachs, Dale Estle, Bessie Makis, Minnie Sturdevant, Vera Harberts, Marie Weringa, and Max O'Keefe compose the cast. Missionary to Speak Here— Mrs. Leonard H. Chatterson, a returned missionary from West Africa, will be a guest of the Presbyterian Missionary society at a'silver tea this Thursday afternoon at the church parlors. Mrs. Chatterson will speak on foreign missions in the church In the evening. Girl Scouts Organized— A preparatory girl scout club has been organized In Lakota with 16 members. Miss Lockwood, local music teacher, is leader. The girls took supper and a six-mile hike on No. 9 Friday after school. They have chosen Hi-Ki-Ki as club name. Trustees Hold Spring Meetlmg— Lincoln township trustees, Bl F. Edwarde, 'Paul Hertzke, and J. H. Warburton, Clerk Bert Coder, and Assessor Henry Patterson met at the Warburton home Monday In regular session to take care of township work and assessor's books. Then he moved here to a farm three miles west of Bancroft, where he lived 38 years, or till death. On November 27, 1895, he was married to Anna Kiener, and six children were born. Besides his wife he is survived by three daughters, Margaret, at home, Mrs. Edmund Ceyer, Dubuque, and Mrs. Lloyd Frank, Chicago, and by three sons, John, Andrew, and. Matt, at home, two brothers, Andrew, Bancroft, and '.Joseph, St. Louis and three grandchildren, Arlette and Leonard Meyer Herbert Frank. Out-of-town and rela- ing after having been 'bedfast three weeks with rheumatism and heart trouble. He had suffered with rheumatism many years and made frequent trips to different resorts in search of relief. Mr. Hamilton was past 70, and Is survived by his widow and one son, Robert Jr. Funeral services were held at the Presbyter- Ian church Tuesday and burial was made at Estherville. Mother of Seven Dies. Lotts Creek, Apr. 5 — Mrs. August Walter, who had been sick for some time, died Sunday evening. Her hue- band and seven children survive. Funeral services will be held this week Wednesday at the Lotts Creek Lutheran church, conducted by the Rev. E. Fiene, pastor. Four have entered school, the first, . second, Birch, They are In arid seventh lives at the funeral were Mrs. Margaret Hirmer, Marshall, Minn., son Mike, Joseph Boyer, and the Edmund Meyers, Dubuque, and .Mrs. Frank. Pallbearers were A. A. Droessler, W. A. Murray, Francla Bradley, Peter Wilhelmi, F. J. Welp, Joseph Relter, Frank Fangman, and Matt Kramer. Family Coming- from Germany— Annamarie Doose, Mason City, is visiting her father three weeks. Mr. Doose is now occupying the Mary McCarty residence in the south part of town. Mrs. Doose and her youngest son are expected from Germany in mid-April. They reached New York Saturday, but are visiting an aunt. A son 21 years old remained in Germany. Legion Dance Draws Crowd— A large crowd attended an opening dance at the Legion pavilion last week Wednesday night, 152 numbers being sold. Al Menke and His Gang, Fairmont, played for the dance, and Clyde Grant's orchestra will play next week. Dances will be held at the pavilion every 25 ounce j for 25c PQPN OS U S t D ) VTR N tv* [ N T 'OR TAXES grades. They are recently from Sexton, and are living in the west part of town. Supt. and Mrs. Swan•on spent Easter with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. G. J. Stephens, of Des Moines. Town Officers Are Chosen- Last week Monday the following town officers were elected: Mayor: John Hutchison; treasurer, Henry Kunz; assessor, Ihno A. Gerdes; councllmen, Harry J. Braley, Carl Johnson, A. L. Kleinpeter, A. M. Lease, Emll Weeter. There was only one ticket, Gallstones Patient Home Again— Mrs. John Arndorfer returned from Kossuth hospital, AJgona, last Thursday. She Is recovering satisfactorily from an,operation for gaii- stonee three weeks ago. to worthy lecur* M $300 OR l.PSg flUNlTUBe, UVEBTOCK or AUTOMOBILE ' in imaii »*uom »o»tMjr payment* , PJGHAM&UCY **9C4iI, Do, <!Q. Conduct Bible Class— Mra. Marlon Paulson will go Hutchine Friday afternoon to have charge of the monthly meeting of the Woman's Bible class. It will with Mrs. Wallace Donovan. Juniors Plan 8-Act Play— The high school juniors are working on a three-act play to be given •the laet week in April. The title is And Mary Did. _ _ Other Wesley News. 1 The Ted Ringsdorf family, Ms parents, the Fred Ringsdorfs, of Hurt, visjted Ted's grandfather and S at t be A. E. Glddings home Sunday. Dinner guests at tne same place were Mrs. E Goodnow. her son Rolfe, and daughter, Mrs. Vernon Benner, with Mrs. Benner* little son Burton. Mra. Bertha Ritschineler and hei 6 Section Boss Is Transferred— ; George Paulson, who has been section boss on the Rock Island west of town, has been traneferred to Iowa Falls, where he will continue in the same-work. The family left Tuesday for the new location. F. B. Women Make Posters— Ledyard township Farm Bureau women met with Mrs, John Heetland Friday. Muriel Body, H. D, A., was presenf, and the afternoon was spent making posters for Achievement day. Other Lakota News. In a letter to the Rev. F. O. Johnson, Mrs. Johnson, who Is helping care for her mother, Mrs.- E, C. Pringle, at Knoxville, says her mother 'came home from the hospital at Dea Momes last week; Monday, and although very weak is recovering. Mrs. Johnson will remain .with at least another week, _-; ; 'The J. H. Warburton* entertained Sunday the Samuel Warburtpns, of Swea City, the Qus Torines, the Rev. 'F. O. Johnson and Mrs. N. B. Noble, Dakota, In honor of Mrs. Noble's birthday. Mrs. R. E, Ham- quiet Mrs. Ed Clemans, Dorothy Clemans and Beth Hamquist were and afternoon callers. , . •Mr. and'Mrs. Anthony Pavek, of Mason City, were gueets of the J. E. Telcamps Friday, Saturday — Sunday. They spent part of time with Mrs. Bloom in the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Pavek is a granddaughter of the Blooms. and the Iowa last week Tuesday day on business connected with Mrs. - RHschmeier's Joe Hanlg, t he her parents, the o, lowu The Harold Johnsons, of Rake, visited at Ed Underdahl's Sunday. The women are sisters. Anna Underdahl, of Rake, is spending the week visiting her niece, Mrs. UC..MV. w.. T Jeft last week Tuesday "foTchlpaeo, where he attends ^university. He canje to spend Easter with relatives, Marvin J^eis- veld. who has been visiting here, went to Chicago with him. Mesdames A. Q- Smith, Worley, R. E. Hamqulst and Lorraine Smith went to Algona Tuesday on a shopping trip. George Grelse, who lives south of town,'has been siok for tw 9 ™-"« nnfl ta ill In ped. The causi Utom seems baffling to physicians Mrs, Harold Pierce's parents, the H H Keesers, of Ellsworth, came Jaturday for a yi*t at the pierces They went home Sunday, ey The Jacob Telcamps «P*at Sunday Wednesday night. Last Forester Party Given— A Forester card party and dance was .held at the Forester hall last week Monday evening, and a good- sized crowd attended. Kelley's Kel- lodians, Brltt, furnished music. Sylvia .Nurre won high score at bridge; Mrs. J. J. Nurre at 500. This was the last 'Forester dance till fall. Women In All-Bay Meeting*— An all-day woman's Farm Bureau meeting was held in the home economics kitchen of the public school building last week Tuesday. Muriel Body 'gave" a lesson on applied .design; and each woman .had. .an opportunity 'to. make a wall hanging.'" • Son for the Edw. Schemmels— Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schemmel have a son, born last week. Wednesday evening, named Arthur John, The Schemmels have two other children, Mary and Agnes. Mr. Schemmel is employed at the Mayer & Guide implement shop. St. Jehu's Senior* Plan PUjr— "The Yellpw, Shadow" will be presented Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at St. John's auditorium by the seniors of St. John's school. Sr, Cletu» is directing the play,.; ••:'•'•'"•':-•••.• Bernard Frink iri to We4— CBanns of matrimony were.publish- ed for the first time. Sunday at I St. John's Catholic church for Florence Irickson, St. Benedict, and Bernard Brink Jr. SaVnders Home Chantef Haa4i-^ The Mrs. J. R. Saunders home in :he west part of town has been sold :o Glenn Cage, who is employedi at :he Murray elevator. Other Bancroft News, Margaret Miller, Mason City, spent last week Tuesday and Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. Eugene Wolf, She is employed by the Northwestern pell Telephone company and Is ii toll operator. Before she was transferred to Mason City last May she was an 'operator at- the locaj of- The Parent-Teachers association in Union Dist. No. 7 met Friday night with Mrs. Walter Geilenfeld. The school children sang, also the first grade, a duet was sung by the Misees Boettcher, a recitation was given .by Dorothy Geilenfeld, and a talk by iMiss Bonstetter, school nurse, her topic toeing experiences she had had. Games furnished entertainment for the rest of the evening. Mrs. Thornton, of Blue Earth, and a daughter are visiting- homes in the community. The Thorntons formerly lived in this neighbrhood, moving to Minnesota six or seven years ago.. Thirty-seven young folks here had an evening of roller-skating at the Sexton hall Friday night. The party was. given by Pearl and Russell Walker. The Noble Mitchells -have 'been connected to the Algona telephone line, No. 10.. They were formerly on the Lone Rock-Algona line, No. 11. Pearl Walker returned to Des Moines Sunday, after a week of vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Walker. Pearl will complete a business course In two more .weeks, and will seek work as sten- ograher at Des Moines. Mre. Lurhl Fesaler returned to her near Ringsted a week ago, leaving her new twin boy and girl at the Kossuth hospital for a few days longer. Irene Walker spent the latter part of last week at Carl Seip's, helping with the housework. Mrs. . Edna Mitchell, daughter Dona Jean and Marjorle, Mrs. Jessie Mitchell, Mrs. Arie Dlttmer, and Mrs. Qulnten Bjustrom spent last week Wednesday with Mrs. Edmund Larsen, near Burt, formerly Hazel Mitchell. -?V: •'•;,' : ' v ' : ": ''.•" •''•'.:;' A Parent-Teacher meeting in Lotts Creek Disk No. 1 7. took place 'Friday night at' Carl"Selp'e. ' Several 'readings and a play were given by the Bchool children, and a talk was made toy County Supt. Shirley. Following the program games were played. The next meeting will be on April 22 at Archie Walker's. Ruth Rich spent last week with her sister, Mrs. Clara Dray ton. Mrs. Mulklns has been eick, following a stroke Friday morning. She is the 'mother of Mrs. D, A. Teeter, and tiaa \ made - her 'home with the Teeters many years. ' '-. • . M?, ,, and . Mrsv, : Luhrl Fessler, - ~\ a daughter, and the Myers, near Rlngr *t«^.:..fp? »*'. 8unda)r »t .J, P, Nicker? aon's, ;The F«Bslera visited ^th* KoMuth hospital and were told that 1 th'ey could, take 'their new boy arid girl to the Nickerspn home, but the •babies would have to stay there two weeks before they could 'be taken home. •-'. . .' ' ' , " ; - \]¥p AND HIS || MIAMI LOONS 1X1 1 fice. Mr. and Mre. C. C. Smith, Burt, Florida'* finest dance COLISEUM TITONKA Friday, this week, April 8th, Saturday, April »— Old Time Dance, 8&o to everyone-^Jlm Murray's Sod- busters. B. W. SHEPARD, Mgr. It's Extraordinary Don't Miss This Begins Thursday, April 7 Amazing Power of 7 Pennies—Save on Every Item Aluminum Featured on special table. Sauce pan, convex pan, pudding pan, bread pan, pitcher, muffin pan, cake pan, Jelly mold. ANY TWO PIECES Fast Color Prints Superior finish print cloths In a complete selection of patterns and f colors. -3 yard pat- v terns at a SPECIAL PRICE. Rayon Wear Bloomers, briefs and quality fabrics are values at . this "price! Your;choice . "•of-these garments, i 2 FOR panties of Decorated Crepe Shelf Paper Part Linen Crash Yard Toilet Paper Crepe or Tissue Special Bag Rugs 18x36 Outing Flannel , Good weight, serviceable for all purposes, -\ bleached, dark and light ^^ _ terns. /• "' W C Your choice, M-^^ » *» 5 YARDS FOR — ' Grenadines Extra fine quality — attractive all-; over figured patterns for, curtains.' 1 2% yard curtain ' lengths i FOR — ----- — -Topaz Glassware Attractive etched-like leaf designs. Foot£d, bowls, : platess, l.cake plates, and , salads, . floral and. Dresses New stylee, • new prints. Sizes 16 to 44 —special this event 47c San - a-Pads Lowest price on sanitary napkins, 12 In a box—3 boxes 47« Hope Muslin Pure bleached, soft finish, high grade muslin at a price, 5 yards 47« Oil Cloth A superior quality in new patterns and colors — improved strength and durability. 2 yards 47c Men's Hose •Men's fancy hose that usually sell at a higher price. Graham's price, 5 pair 47c : Towels You can save here on your towels! Best • bleached, uniform terry with fancy border—2 for •'"' 47c Wash Tub* Galvanized tube that will give absolute satisfaction: No.' 2 size featured at 47« Work Shirt. A superior quality chambray. coat style shirt at a low price Ivory Enamelware Featured special on table. Mixing bowl, pudding pan, dippers, vegetable pan, utility pan, wash basin. ANY TWO PIECES Princess Slips Womens' and misses, princess slips« in wanted fabrics for sum- f mer dresses fea- v tured in this special event! Bed Sheets Medium weight, full bleached, plain hem sheets that give good service. 81x90 size are now ... Toilet Soap Large bars. Greater values. Tea Cups White Porcelain Rockford Sox Superior quality, low price Turkish Towels 17x34 in. size Boys' Overalls Two styles to select bib overall and fancy stripe overall pants. Sizes .from 6 to 16 years Fancy Salads Deep shape '2 for EjRRHH Department Stores «0c per hour for car repair- of all klmds. Tires and Accessories. Wftllburgs Garage Phone North of Algona on intersection of Highways 169 and 18 visited the H. J. Guides last week Wednesday evening. Mr. Smith is senior partner Jn 'Smith department store, Burt. 'The Smiths recently returned from California, where they spent the winter. Their two sons live In California. Mrs. William Vasjke, son 'Leander, and. daughter A.delle, Mrs, Joseph Elsbegker, and Mrs. Anna p. Mescher returned Saturday from Wilmont, Minn., where they attended, t&e funeral of a couejto, Henry yaske. John, son. of Mr, and,-Mrs. J,, J. Nurre, left one day last week lor Butler, Peiuj., where, he te employed. He was graduated. la$$ month, from f course, .college,, -East St, ' „ •- yt u , *•; A Low Price lor Spring 9 * Smartest SHOES S5.85 ^ Smartly dressed women are boasting of buying shoes here, because they know that $n 40|ng SP admit not only their chic, put t&eir thjT"~ well. Our newest spring models tnehj4e stunning styles of the season, «n4 you, J complete shoe wardrobe at our low price. s 'n Christensen Bros. Co. ."-*: irti .MB. |8 1 from —plain cotton yarn > in green only, twisted wire frame. , Priced In this APRIL , •, EVENT. Table Damask 'Mercerized, full bleached table mask, assorted colored borders. 58 INCHES WIDE AT Fabric O10T68 at a decidedly low price

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