Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 21, 1932
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COtNTY ADVANCfe, ALftOKAj tdWA tf CM<'{» > r 'V"V? l ,'i."r W £&-£?*>; ow On Repair Labor Old J Price Or l n( j valves, clean carbon and tune motor $6.00 Clean o« P'* n and rc P lac6 Baskets 1.75 Adjust service brakes —. .75 Align front wJieels — - .75 Overhaul steering gear 5.00 Replace hub cap — 2 .40 Change olHn dttf. and trana. (oil Included "A"). 1.40 dtaHgeO' 1 in dlff. and'trans, (oil Included "AA") 2.75 Replace service brakes (Including shoes) 7.50 Rebush springs and perches (front or rear) "A". 2.00 Tighten all socket* and Joints on front end "A" 1.00 Refill and adjust shock absorbers Incl. fluid i.oo Adjust shock absorber links (4) .75 Tighten all holts and nuU on car eliminate* squeaks and rattles -_._ 3.75 Replace water pump 1.25 Replace water pUmp bearing 1.25 Repack water p\»mp . . .25 Replace stop light switch 1.00 Replace dash light — .75 Take dent out of any side panel and reflnish -_ 7.00 Take dent out 'of door and reflnsh 4.00 Repair or replace window regulator t.50 Replace door glass -'—, '. 1.50 Jfcw Price $4.fl5 1.25 .50 .50 4.00 .25 1.00 2.25 5.50 1.75 .75 .75 .50 3:00 . 1.00 1.00 .20 .75 3 50 6.00 3.50 1.25 1.00 NEW LP PRICES ON USED CARS -1831 Ford Fordor, like new .. $385 -1M1 Ford coupe,; like/ new $310 ; Tudor, very good - $225 KENT MOTOR CO. oi-434 AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa Washington Program to Be Given at Wesley Wesley, Apr. 19—At the second quarterly meeting, to be held In the Methodist church basement at 71 son o'clock Wednesday evening, April 27, Dlst. Supt, Lease will preside. and first owned by Mrs. Ella Yorker. EX-TEACHER AT LEDYARO IS HURT IN CRASH Ledyard, Apr. 19—Friends here have learned of the serious condition of Audrey Hastings, due.to an auto accident. She and another teacher were en route to Iowa Falls when tim nnniri^^i. u . _ ""="1 •• -. > -• Lu Wesley naiuraay, ana visited over the accident happened. Both are whatever Implemente are required, gundav with the R Titus Saturdnv in thn Tnwn Tpoiio t,~...ii...i »..j c««ii«..,i_™ -_j L,_- ,..._.„... ounuu . v wiin me «. iitus saturaaj, i' 1 (•"•"!• .^rjfl f|| * i r ^',jV , ,, .:4iS PAOB Leo GetB and Mrs. Anthony John- visited their sister-in-law, Mrs. Mike Goetz, at Kossuth hospital Sunday. Mrs. Goetz is doing well SURPRISES AT CHURCH HOURS AT IRVINGTON Irvlngton, Apr. 19—Because of Illness the Rev. A. English was unable Supper will be served, and every | following an operation for tumor, ---.. person attending Is supposed to lakeland hol)es to come home tnls week to preach last Sunday. Services were a covered-dish, , sandwiches, plate Harry Hultgren, Varna, 111., came and cup, with spoon and fork, or to Wesley Saturday, and visited over in the Iowa Falls hospital. Audrey, who suffered a punctured lung and other injuries, will be unable to teach any more this year. Mtes Has- _ tings was a sixth grade teacher here I Members a bl-centennlal Washington the Christian, will be given in for a number of years. Orchestra In Music Contest— The high school orchestra competed in a music contest at Mason City Saturday. The Renwtck orchestra took Clrst, Plover second. There were five orchestras entered In this event. Those from here who went are Mr. and Mrs. Ed Halvorson, Mr. and Mrs. George Lpoft, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Welfare, Wilson Brack, Mr. Lauritzen, and Mr. Granner. Wins and Loses— Last week; Tuesday evening: the Swea City high school boys played ball here. Ledyard won, 2-0, Kllnk- slek and Zlelske scoring. Friday night Ledyard boys went to Grant Consolidated and were beaten, 10-4. This makes two games won and two lost this season. • School Campug Gets Cleaning- Friday afternoon was campus cleaning day at the school grounds. S'early everyone brought a rake or basket, and each grade was given a portion of the grounds to pick up sticks, stones, etc., and rake. Mr. reen watched and cared for bonfires. A NEW LINE* We have taken over exclusively the "Berwyn Frock" line of ladies' silk dresses, and our first new shiptaient of these beautiful dresses will be here Thursday;. April 21. They are by far the snappiest, smartest line of women's dresses on the market today. All new styles and new colors. ;They are sold everywhere for from $4.95 to $6.95, but you can get any size you want in any colpr or style you want at Neville's Toggery for, your choice $2.95 i beautiful line of women's pajamas 89c Jen's dress sox, per pair — -— 1** toys' sailor suits, blue or white '. - «Ks ^omen's rayon dress hose, 2 pair for 860 r new line of women's summer frocks are the talk of the town, at I.JL.i..-,-..i,.---. .—— 89e and f 1.88 •k' summer wash frocks .„.- 8*c and 49c Women's house dreaaea, faat color 4Bc '48 big heavy bath towels, . - 18e, 9 for 86c fen's Buspenders -—.. ;.__ „ ' 86c We like to and can afford to hand out bargains. Our rent to fw, we haven't any clerks to pay, no fancy fixtures to pay for, "1 when you think it over that's what saves dollars for the cus- ers. the and church auditorium. attendants of the T-f ,, , .. »_.«»iv»cl.* » nil LUC; lh. J-llua OttlUIUUV, 1°"™ g 8U J', Per ? nd , tl l e bualne s s |and visited over Sunday with the R, ! Titus family, Algona. He will remain in Wesley a few days. The Mesdames Tom Nelson and Theron Hansen were gone from Saturday to Monday, visiting Mrs. Nelson's brother, Frank Chambers, at Des Molnes, and father, Andy Chambers, at Stewart. The George Spangler family, Everly, visited here Sunday with Mrs. Spangler's parents, the George Benners. Airs. Benner's brother-in-law,. church. and their families are Invited, under the conditions above mentioned. Families or other groups can combine in providing the covered dish, taking the size of the group Into consideration. Attend Nora Springs Fnneral— Mr. and Mrs. John Ameebury at• '»!• u.ttu -kTj.iu. ULTIIII XT.IIICaiSUl > IL\, f i «-• , tended at Nora Spring Sunday the| J ° hn Emerson ' Tttonka, was a guest funeral of Fred Buckman, old friend a "^' „ . „ .. „, . of Mrs. Amesbury's family, the. Mil-' m ™" f^JL^P,. 8611 ™ c, I J , C ' lers. Mr. Buckman was 83, and had' " *""" """ lived In Nora Springs 50 years. .He wns a lifelong member of the Evangelical church, but' services were held In the Methodist church, to allow seating room for Mr. Buckmari's lange circle of friends. The Evan- opened at the usual hour and the promised The sur- gecal pastor, the man, officiated. Key. Mr. BUer- Mr. Buckman's Victim of Ptomaine Poisoning— William Wenzell has been ously 111 the past week with seri- ptomaine poisoning and under the care of Doctor Williams. He is able to be up a little, but Is very weak. Clyde Beyse has had charge, of the meat market during his illness. J. B. Worden Suffers. Relapse- Leon Worden's father is ''not so well. He suffered a relapse the early part of> last week. Leon Wor- dens and Gene Wordens, of El more, were down to see him Sunday. IN DAD'S .fOLD 8TAJTD 9 Toggery Algona, Iowa Will Play In Ball Tournament— This week Saturday the baseball team goes to Titonka to play in a North Kossuth baseball tournament They play Grant Consolidated in their first game. Rheumatism Lames Ball Player- Walter Miller, past baseball catcher of the high school tearn, 'is unable to play any more, due to rheumatism. Irvin Klinkselk -has taken his place. Los Angeles Visitor Here- Paul Neister, Los Angeles, pleasantly, surprised his mother by arriving here last ..Thursday. Other Ledyard News. Miss Jones spent the week-end at Algona with her sister, Mrs. Ed Genrich. M.iss Randall went to -her home at Mason City; Miss Wylam, to Chester with Miss Jones, from Lone Rock. Miss Granner was at Swea City with Lola Wylam. The Rev. W. H. Lease, Methodist district superintendent, will preach here next Sunday morning. A potluck dinner will follow the services, then a quarterly conference business meeting. . Mr. and Mrs. William Flynn entertained Mr. and Mrs. N. Flynn, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Flynn, of Buffalo Center, Mr, and Mrs. Gordon, of 'Ledyard, to Sunday dinner. ; Mr. and Mrs. Barrett and Misses Jones and Randall were at Algona last' week Wednesday evening, and Mr. Barrett attended a music festival committee meeting. Tlce Brack has just had the finishing coat put ,on his house which he built over a year ago. A man 'from, Fairmont did the work. .'Vy. F, 1J, 'S. rnet .with Mrs.' Howard Mayne Friday. Mrs. death occurred last Thursday, one month to the day, after that of his wife. He was the father of Mrs. W. E. Gllner', Mason City, whose •'. husband Js the propietor of a chain of well-known clothing stores. Music Tnncher Will Leave- Miss DeMots, high school music teacher here, has accepted a position as teacher bf English at Hull, her home town. She will take up the work at the beginning of the next school year. All other teachers were reelected at a recent meeting of the Wesley school board, but It Is not certain that all will accept. One grade teacher will be eliminated, and salaries have been cut'ten per cent. It is expected that expenses will thus be reduced $1850. Daughter for the Bentleys— A six and one-half pound daughter, the first child, .was born to Mr and Mrs. DeSpencer Bentley at' ; Dallas, Texas, at 5:50 Friday ^afternoon Mrs. Bentley was formerly, Helen Glddlngs, a Wesley, girl. Mr. and Mrs. Bentley have lived In Texas since their marriage three years ago, and during that time Mr. Bent ley has been a government chemls in the district embracing Texas and Oklahoma. riddings families were Sunday diner guests of the Amos Bonackers, ear Tltonka. Mrs. Bonacker Is leir niece and cousin. Gordon Kunz and -his roommate, 3arl ..Carpenter, visited .Gordon's mother from''Friday to" Sunday. The oy.s attend business college at Des itoines. Mr. and Mrs. John Ormsby at- ended at Britt last Thursday the uneral of Mrs. Ormsby's brother Bernard, who died at 30 years of ge. The meeting of the junior girls' ilass of the Methodist Sunday ichool, will be held with Evelyn Erickson Monday evening. The Bertha Looft family visited he family of her son Henry at Seneca Sunday. Halvor Flom and Sons are shing- Ing Mrs. Ann Kunz's house this week. The John Ormsbys visited the Thog. and Geo. Qulnns at Britt Sunday. ; . • Long s Food Shop MEAT MARKET, BAKERY GOODS, AND GROCERIES Bulk Oat Meal, per U>/_ 3c Chamberlain Qhick Starter and Victor Chick D Mash—nothing better. Peaches, large cans, 4 for 4»c Catsup, large size bpttle _15c, 4 for 49c Une Sugar, 1Q lb, bag, best cane 49c Laundry Soapr 10 bars --—^ 9» c OW, 2 kiteiien pk«s. I - l»c Chipso, 2 kitchen pkp - . l»c _ Wo- niack led. the devotional .. meeting and Mrs. Knoner the lesson, Mrs. D. A. Carpenter spent the past week with the Boudryes at Granada, Minn. Th'ey went for her on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson attended a rural mail carriers' meeting at Algona last week Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johns, of Newton, and son arrived at* Mrs •Blanche Jenks Friday for a few days visit. •Ruth Swartzell, attending Coe college, visited at D. A. Carpenter's over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Weimer, son Bill and Mrs. M. Tillmoney visited In Welte, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Link and Betty BEEF—COLD MEATS Smoked Meats of All Kinds. Cash or trade for Eggs. Phones Give us ft ring 5 Deliveries Rife-Way Grocery «ASH SPIOAIS FOR SATURDAY [Dutiful f uU-fa^jipp ft 4;p U re silk Uose, pair ;~- 5»c - ew Mesl i Hose MS^""' -------- ___ 89c were dinner guests Mine's, Grant. . Supt. Lauritzen's at Leonarc parents from Klemme were Sunday dinner guests here. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and Duane went to Mallard Sunday The Methodist Aid meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Burrows Glenn Yahnke returned from RpcTiester, 111., Saturday. Fenton "Mrs. E. A. Welebrod, Mrs. R. Goetsch, Mrs. Charles Welsbrod an< Mrs.' H. C. Lindsey wer6 visitors a Algona last Thursday. Mrs. Clarence Wegener and chil dren .and Mrs. Weber Yager spen last Thursday at the George Yager home at and Mrs. H. L. Goudy and daughter Harriett, of Belmond. were guesijs ftt the Rev. J. T. Snyder' Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Newel and Mrs F. H. Eigler' were business vis itors at Fort Dodge last week Wednesday. * " Mr. and Mrs. F. SP. Newel over Sunday visitors with Mrs, New el's mother, Mrs. Mary Sorenson at Waldorf. ' .' Coach B. D, ' - W* •Mrs. B. li. WW$e, »t S^9P¥ *** rw .^ — - - —L . Tbe F. Vfn were 34 PUPILSIN SPELLING TILT Surprise for Mrs. Peter Friends of Mrs. Peter Skow, in eluding members of the Congega tional church and their families, sur prised her at her home on her 80th irthday, Sunday afternoon. Th lev. Mr. Bernsten, her pastor, gav talk, all present spent some tim i singing, and all adults contrib ted brief talks. Luncheon wa erved. Mrs. Ole Flom and Ann rove to Britt Monday, and Mrs riom had dental work done. .ttend County Legion Meet— •Persons from Wesley who attend d the county Legion and Auxillar meeting at . Algona last wee tVedneaday evening were: Dr.. an Mrs.' F. A/ Bonnstetter, Mr. an Irs. Julius P. Studer, Mr. and Mrs L. Studer, Mr. and Mrs. Joh lutchison, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lease, and the Mesdames Wm. Garman and Garfella Johnson. !dw. Studer Crew at Work- Nathan Studer has a letter from Is son Ed, road contractor, Excel- lor, Minn.^ Ed says one of his ma- hlnes was started in North Dakota April 7: that the second began work .ear Douglas, N. D., April 14, and hat the third .will begin operations at Kenyon, northeast bf Rochester, Minn., on April 20. W. F. M. 8. h Planning Program— The Methodist W. F. M. S. met at rlrs. Diekman's Monday, to assign parts for a public program to be riven May 1. The one given' last summer was successful and well at- ended. Girie of the* church and : Epworth League will assist by giving a play. ..".. , . Good Hope, Apr. 19 — The annual spelling contest of the rural schools of Union township brought out a crowd which filled the church. A total of 34 pupils contested, 21 girls and 13 boys. The results are reported in the Union township correspondence. Words which caused overthrow of contestants were 3rd ,and 4th grades, beast, ponies, cheek, laid, boast, , quart, people, hoarse, asks, process, and unable; in the 5th and 6th grades, doesn't, western, receive, original, association, severe, presume, hospital, rendered, valu- surprise which had been for Sunday was enjoyed, prise was Lester Wlllson, Algona, who repeated the entire Sermon on the Mount from memory. Mr. Willson later explained that he started memorizing scripture a number of years ago when the Rev. Mr. English, who was then preaching .in Algona, offered $5 to anyone who would memorize the shorter catechism and repeat It before the congregation. Although the prize at that time went to an Algona lady, Mr. Wlllson memorized the catechism later, and since then has memorized the Sermon on the Mount and many other passages of scripture. Another surprise will be in store for next Sunday. Sunday Guests are Kinnermis— Mr. and Mrs. M. de L. Parsons and the Ted Harr family, and ;Mr. and Mrs. Mart. Jones, Algona;.were, Sunday guests at Edward Smith's, near Titonka, in 'honor'-of ''Mrs. Smith's 25th birthday. Mrs. Smith was Vergle Parsons, youngest daughter of the M. de L', Parsons. Maggie Schoby, Algona, and the Robert and Fred Schobys were Sunday guests at Vern Barker's. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cox were guests at M. E. Wooster's, Algona. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Goeders, Mrs. Stella Sabin, Mary i fBlake, all of Algona: Mrs. Cora I i Virgin, of Hastings, Neb.; and Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Steward, south of town. The dinner was In honor of Mrs. Virgin, who plans to return to her home at Hastings, after several months here. 4-H Club Delegate Named— The Irvington Wide-Awake girls' club'met with Betty and Helen Lemkee Satuday afternoon with 24 girls and the leader, Mrs. F. S. Geigel, present. Roll call was answered by names of native Iowa song birds. Mary Black was elected delegate to attend the state, convention at Ames in June. Bernice Jensen was chosen alternate.' Ruth Hurd gave a picture study of The Age of Innocence. . A demonstration on home furnishings was given' by •Mary Black. Ways of making money were discussed, and a candy sale was planned for the near future Later games were played and refreshments served. Goes to Rochester'Clinic— George Stewart plans to leave this week Monday for Rochester to go able, Cincinnati!; grades, persuade, in 7th ..and tuberculosis, 8th pic turesque, sovereign, vengeance, maintenance,. fugitive, approximately. , . , To Make Calls Sunday— A plan of Good Hope chumh officials to make a round of calls on members of the congregation, arranged for last Sunday afternoon; was interrupted by unexpected cir-J, umstances, but unless again hin- ered it will be carried out next unday. They will appreciate it if riends of the church find it conven- Dick Franiens Have Son— A son, the first child, was ast week Monday to Mr. and born Mrs. Dick Franzen. Mrs. Franzen was 'ormerly Rosa Pomrher, and the babe Is the first grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. George Ponimer, prominent termers near Wesley. Teacher's -Marriage' Is Announced— Miss Shirley Lewis, Kanawha, Who teaches the third, fourth, and fifth grades, was, It ' is announced, married at Canton, S. P., to Ray iLobe, Britt, January 2. She was not an applicant for a teaching position !>ere • next 'year, Deafened by Flu Attack— Mrs, Nathan Studer is suffering from deafness following the flu. 'Accompanied by her husband and a chauffeur she will go to Mason City the middle of this week to consult Doctor O'BrJen. ' '*. Juniors Will Present Flay— Next week Friday evening, 29, the junior play, And Mary 'IMd will be given at Kleinpeter hall. The Juniors are planning the banquet, to be given this year in the schoolhouse, Last C. D. A. Party Given— The C. D. of A. held the Igst party of the series at the hal\ Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Joe Studer won in "6QO". Felice Bisenbacher won in bridge. O&er Wesley News, Guests at the Ernest' Hutchison home from Friday to Sunday were Wtn. Johnson, Hoopeston, 111., Mrs Killan Schelmer, Gibson City, 111. Herman Johnson and Mrs. Sam Biekel, Melvtn, 111. The Messrs Johnson and Schelmer aj-e brothers a»d,,sl§te*, Mrs. , ter, of Theodore Johnson, Mrs Hutchison's father. Mrs. Garfell* Johnson left Mon day tor afternoon at 2:30 for Jacpb Nofsfeer ,wha .died at the Koesuth IWty. ' years, fceen, through the clinic. He probably will remain for treatment and a possible operation. ,He Is troubled withj one leg, where a piece^of the bone .is decayed. He is also suffering considerably from other ailments. The trip to Rochester is to,be made with Dg White, of Algona. F. It. Women Hare Lesson— Fifteen women met with Mrs. Morris Parsons ..last Thursday and studied recanlng chairs and refinishing of furniture. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon. Bert. Sankey Is Recovering— Bert Sankey, Galbraith, is slowly recovering from an attack of ulcers of the stomach, accompanied by a ent to be at home to receive them. Men's Dinner Next Week— A dinner served annually by the men of the Good Hope, .church, this ear postponed several. times be- tuse of bad roads and weather, ill be served next week Thursday venlng at 6:30. A charge of 35c a late will be'made for adults; chll- ren 20c. The public ia invited; his includes men, women, and chil- ren. Utend 8. S. Convention- Mrs. D. C. Gardner, Evelyn Dodds, nd the Rev. and Mrs: Allen-Wood were at Bancroft Tuesday attending' -Sunday school conyentlpn;'•• Mrs,- ardner represented Good Hope on he program with a paper'on Junior Methods. Three G. H. Friends Die- In the passing of Mrs. Gevert Keuck and Jacob Nofsker Friday, and of Mrs, M. M. Morrow Saturday, the Good Hope community lost hree loyal and worthy friends. Other Good Hope. The Rev. and Mrs, Wood attendpd an L. A. S. meeting at Mrs.-' L; W. Jwansons, Whittemore, 'last 'Thursday. The Good Hope'L. A.^.S. met at Mrs. , He.nr'y Engstrom's last Thursday. The house was filled to capacity. Mr. and Mrs. August Engstrom, Wesley, and their • granddaughter," June Harris, Algona, were here. Mrs, "Otto Engstrpm assisted her sister, Evelyn Cruikshank, Loretta .and Irene Walker, John McNeal, Lewis •troesder, Orvjlle Holdrldge, and the severe hemorrhage. F. B. Auxiliary Meet Planned— •A meeting for Irvington women interested in Farm Bureau auxfliary will be held at Hal Skilling'a next week Monday. Other Irvlngton News. The Elliot and Fred Skllling families, Mr. and Mrs. W«lard Gregson, and the Charles Harveys, all of Algona, the O. L. Millers, and Mr. and Mrs. Forces Stilts 'were guests Sunday evening at Russell Fry's, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Danner, of Lu Verne, Visited at the Glenn Haln's Sunday. • ' •: ' ' • .! The Missionary society met Friday affernoon at the church, Mrs. 'V. J. Sehichtl, leader. Articles were read on the topics, Africa and the. Negro in America/After the meeting lunch was served by Mrs. J. M. Cox and Mrs. Earl Miller. Mrs. Mae -Miller, Algona, and Mrs. Ellen Potter, Chicago, spent a few days last week at the O. L; Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Vogel, Burt, were callers at the Miller home one evening last week. Bernice, small daughter of . Mrs. McConnell, who was unable to walk or. talk fojlowijig a severe illness last winter, is now able- to return to school. Dr,. and Mrs. F. W. Calry, Sioux City, spent a few days last week at the Harry Seeley home. Mrs. Seeley' is a sister of: pr. Ca.iry. , Aid will meet this Thursday afternoon at the annex. Hostesses will by Mesdames Boldridge and Barker. A number enjoyed a party at Charles Egel's Friday evening. and Mrs. Allen Wood were at iVhittemore Sunday evening, attend- ng a special service, The Challenge of the Cross, presented by young people from the West Bend Methodist church. Esther Madson came up, from Eag)e Grove a week ago Monday to epend a number of weeks at W. C. Nelson's. The Madsons are comfortably located but declare they are lomeslck for the Good Dope friends. Mrs. Laura, Hohenstein, who hae ?een seriously sick at her home on fhe Jos. Rlcker farm with a blood infection, is much Improved and gives promise of a steady recovery. Dist. Supt. W. H. Lease preached recently before appreciative audiences at the Whittemore and Good Hope Methodist churchos. JACOB NOFSKER DIES AFTER LON6 ILLNESS IN HOSPITAL Funeral service? were held at the LotU Creek Mrs. Julius Will and her son Roger left recently for Truman, Minn., to visit the former's parents. Mrs, Will's mother has been eick abed a few .weeks. Mr. Will was to drive up to bring his wife and son home. Nick Gengler, of the Lotts Creek •store, has purchased a new Chevrolet truck. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Zweifel visited Sunday at Reinhard I4eb'e. Mr. and Mrs, William Voight, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Blerstedt, and Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes visited Sunday evening at Edward Kressln's. Mr. Kresein has been sick a month or so. Attending a Fenton Aid play were the H. 'F, Mittags, the Martin Mey» «rs, the Albert Kres&ins, William Meyer, Mrs. Fred Boettcher, Mre., Herman Hintz, the John Kohlwes (family, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zu- wjach. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz attended the funera} of Mrs. Keuck Sunday afternoon a-t the Good <*ur«h. Department Stor&fr Spring Cleaning Means New Curtains With the arrival of warm spring days new curtains are utmost in the minds of housewives. We're planned this timely event accordingly, presenting the newest and smartest curtain styles at lower prices. FLAT! PANEL! . RUFFLED CURTAINS Priced now . .- > Every. type' and every curtain fabric — 'self-figured styles — gay colored marquisette in floral deaigns-r tailored types — novelty nets and casement panels. Curtains for every room In the house in this sale. CURTAINS LACE PANELS 67c Way .Under regular price __ Prlscllla and Valance curtains In several attractive styles dainty and new! The quality materials are unusual' for curtains at this low price. Tailored style 40 inches wide .' These are practical • and 'ser- ! vlceable, panel curtains that are sure, to beautify any room. " Regular length, two and one- quarter yards. ' • 45-inch Marquisette Panels, pr. _ _39c Marquisette Sash Curtains, pr. ____ 25c Window Shades, green, tan _ _____ 49c Curtain Rods, curved ends ______ lOc Cottage Sets are now in demand! See these unusual values 69 Six-piece printed voile cottage sets, cut gracefully full. Fast colored fabrics in.rose, green, and gold. CRETONNES 10C Rich." unusual color—intending and durable .quality—for ^sllp covers, hangings and porch cushions. 36-in. wide. ABTFAST:'. ':. ''ijac^ CRETONNES— £PC Bright new patterns and col-; ors in fast colored fabrics. -Ex- V! cellent quality for window drapes and hangings. Rotarus Rugs, 9x12 size ______ _$4.69 Rotaru* Rugs, 6x9 size _ _ .$2.39 Rag Rugs, 24x48 size _ _____ _ _ _ _ _39c Rag Rugs; 27x54 size _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _49c O'Cedar Mops Triangle shape $1.00 O'Cedar Polish 19 ovnce bottle 60C O'Cedar Wall £ floor D_8t Mop $1.00 with

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