Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1932 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 28, 1932
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K0981TTM t A\' c* ""jtiffi Friday and Saturday at LONG'S FOOD SHOP » * MEATS, GROCERIES, FRUITS EVERYTHING IN BAKING GOODS I/eaf Lard __^ lOc Ib., 8 Ibs. for NavyJBeans 6 Ibs. for 25c Rice, Blue Rose « Ibs. for 25c Young Beef 2 Ibs. 25c Cane Sugar 1 10 Ibs. 49c Beet Sugar , 10 Ibs. 44c Laundry Soap 1 10 bars 29c STRAWBERRIES-CHEAP You don't have to buy to come in and look over , our stock, and, by the way, don't miss our meat display—our new meat counter sure does please the eye. FIVE FREE DELIVERIES We buy Eggs—cash or trade Give us a ring. I WESLEY WOMAN PASSES FRIDAY INSIST YEAR Wesley, Apr. 26 — Magdalene Goetz died at the Anton Goetz home at 4 o'clock FHday morning, after a four BIG STOCK REDUCING SALE OF GORDON SEAT COVERS PRICES CUT IN HALF Will install covers FREE. Can fit any closed car. COUPES $2.98 COACHES AND SEPALS 18.98 Don't wait—come in today. KENT MOTOR CO. Phone 434 AUTHORIZED Algous, Iowa Service- t I SEE THE NEW Chevrolet 1926 Chevrolet coach Ford Model A coach 1931 Chevrolet coupe Ford Model A coupe 1930 Chevrolet coupe Ford sedan 1928 Dodge sedan KOHIHAAS BROS. •• »• PHONE 200 >• IN ALGONA 11 F.&.NOBTOMi/bONS 6RA661N' *o MUCH ABOUT YOUft- Oi-E RADIO I SEYCHA CAKlV <S-ET Vbu-wiN- IF VOU BET V<H> SATISFACTION AT F. S. Norton & Son Phone 3X9 Yard That Saves aud Satisfies." Lakota Juniors Honor First Graduates from Hew weeks Illness following a Funeral services nvere held stroke. | at St. Joseph church Monday morning, and burial wae made In the family lot in St. Joseph cemetery. Requiem mass was read by. her nephew, Fidelia Goetz, Conception, Mo. Miss Goetz was born In Alsace.- Lorraine, France, June 25, 1851, and at death was nearly 81. She came to the United States in 1875, settling in Illinois. She came to Iowa with her brother Anton In 1902, and had made her home with him for 44 years. Miss Goetz was'of quiet domestic bent, and assisted In "mothering" her brother's children, lavish- Ing affection and care upon them. Consequently, the chllden were scarcely less devoted to her than to their parents. • Six nephews, Joseph, Henry, George, Louis, Leo, and Otto Goetz, acted as pallbearers. 'Anton is now the only one remaining in.his father's family, his brother John having died in June, 1930. Persons from a distance who at- CARS —Big Price Reduction —As high as $55.00 5 gal. Polarine Oil $2.69 Polarine Oil, per gallon 75c Moliiloil, per gallon $1.00 Quaker State Oil, per gallon $1.20 PARTS, BATTERIES, ACCESSORIES Now is the time to have your brakes serviced and ; lights adjusted. First — Play safe before the law - checks on you. USED CARS tended funeral services were Mrs. Albert Hoffer, Clara Keegan, Mrs. Frances Huber, Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goetz and two children and Leo Hueneman, Elma, Church Jubilee Is Planned— •Mrs. Jorgen Skow attended an all- day gathering of women at Clear Lake this week Tuesday. This hae to do with missionary work among Congregational women, of which Mrs. Skow has charge In the west half of the district of the Mitchell ass'ociation, comprising ten or 12 churches. The program Included a round table of discussion of missionary work-in churches. Final plans were made for the 75th jubilee of the 'founding of'the Mitchell association, to be held at Osage the first week in May, in connection with the state conference. The jubilee is in honor of Truman Douglas, who founded and dedicated many Mitchell association churches. The association was named for the second church founded, which was at Mitchell. The first was the Little Brown church. Miislc Festival Comes Saturday— A county school music festival, free to the .public, will be held at Algona Saturday, presented in the main by a large chorus and orchestra made up of representatives of the various schools in the county, 'arious schools will also contribute pecial numbers by small groups or oloists. This is not a contest, but program prepared to let the public njoy the accomplishments of the ublic schools. Members of the arge. chorus and orchestra will prac- ice at Algona this week AVednes- ay, and the arrangement of the irogram will be completed. Practice dll also be held this week Saturday iftenoon. The final program will be given in the Algona high school auditorium. Lakota, Apr. 26—The Junior-Senior banquet was held laet Thursday, with 32 faculty members and students present. This being the 'first event of Its kind to take place in the new schqpl house it wae made very Impressive. The" color scheme of blue' and gold was followed in table and' room decorations.'. A three- course', dinner was served at 6:30. Four girls dressed In White did the serving at the table and the" mothers of the juniors did the serving from the kitchfen. The'program follows: " Welcome, Dale Eetle, junior president; response, 'Norman Frerklhg* senior ^president; invocation, the Rev. Mr. Johnson. The table cen- •teplece was a hand-carved chip .typifying the class motto, "Out of the harbor, into the deep," and toasts follow: Collecting materials, Miss Carson; making the parts, Miss Buxton; assembling the parts, Mrs. Elaine Johnson; using the tug, Mr. Hamqulst; out of the harbor, Into the deep, Miss Grabau; class history, Anna Hennlng; junior . .class history, Max O'Keefe; class prophesy, Virgil Smith; class will, Margaret Amelsberg. Following* the banquet the juniors took their guesta to the theater to see the picture, am j j The Sundown • Trail. Seniors are Margaret Ametebury, Norman Frer- klng, Anna Hennlng, Emma Hen- nlng, Marie Kline, Raymond Hertzke, Virgil Smith, Leland Thaves and George Ukena. Juniors are Ella Fftsj BURTLE BACKS ,J LEAGU JION UNIOR ! TEAM Wesley loses In Tourney— 'Saturday the Wesley school r ended the .baseball tournament at Titonka. Titonka defeated Wesley 0-6 at 9 o'clock, Ledyard defeated Grant township 15-12. An interest- ng feature of this game was that he Grant pitcher pitched for 45 minutes straight in one inning. In he afternoon between showers Wes- ey defeated Grant township in a 5- nnlng consolation game. Woden came away before the final was fin- shed. In 'the tournament at Burt for the other half of the county, ^enton defeated Lone Rock 10-1. Burt defeated Swea City in two extra nnlngs. The finals were postponed till this week because of rain. Mrs. Klta Diinlap Is Dead- Mrs. Etita Dunlap, who with her husband, Chai-les, lived east of Wes- ey many years ago, died at 304 N. Madisan ave., 'Mason City, at 10:30 Ailts, 'Mildred Barger, Dale Estle, Vera Harberts, Sylvia Koppen, Thomas Lewis, Bessie Makls, Max O'Keefe, Dena Rlppentrop, Loren Sachs, Mlinone Sturdevant, and Marie Werlnga. Woman Drops Dead In Kitchen- Word was received here Thursday of the death of Mrs. Otto Krupp, of Elmore. Mrs. Krupp died suddenly of heart trouble Thursday morning. She had planned to go to her mother's before dinner and w.hen her husband came to take her he found her dead on the kitchen floor. Mrs. Krupp was Lizzie Larson, and was born at Nevada, the younger daughter of the Sam Larsons, who now live.at Elmore. They moved to Lakota In 1910 and lived on the farm east of town now owned by the Citizens' bank. Six years later .they moved to Elmore, where they 'still reside. Their only eon John died at Kelly Lake, Minn., five weeks ago, and was buried at Elmore. A sister, Mrs. Hannah Neleon and her four boys, also survive. Mrs. Krupp was 35 years old. Mr. Krupp owns and manages a garage at Elmore. Funeral services were held at the Methodist church, of which she was a member. She was also a member o£ the Eastern Star and Legion Auxiliary. Burial was madg at Elmore, and the Eastern Star had charge of the services at the cemetery. Aid Entertulns Visitors— The first division of the Methodist Aid was hostess to Aids from Swea City and Buffalo Center and the Presbyterian Aid, of Lakota, at the church last week Wednesday afternoon. Ninety women were present to enjoy the following program: Piano solo, Eleanor Lockwood; duet, Mesdames Richard 'Hamquist ' and Hllmer Hansen; eolo, Mrs. Oran O'Keefe; reading, Lorraine Smith; ,olo, the Rev. Mr. Johnson. A blind voman, Mlse Coral Galbraith, graduate of the Kansas School for the Blind, was present and gave two •eadings and sang two songs. A special collection amounting to $4 vas given her. Three Relatives Seriously III— Mrs. Minnie. Bunton, of Mason City, niece of A. Q. Smith, is reported seriously ill at her • home. Another 'niece of Mr. Smith's, Mrs. Vic Nichols, of Waterloo, le also ieriously 111. -She is a sieter of Mr. Marquis, of Ledyard. A granddaughter of Mr. Smith, Gladys Gleiter, who lives with her parents at White, S. D., Is recovering from an appendicitis opeatlon, and was tak- Biirt, Apr. 26—^At > epeclal m«et- Ing last week; Wednesday evening the local Legion post planned tto sponsor a junior ball team of school boys under 17. E. E. Reams' will be coach; Ged. P. Hawcott, secretary-treasurer.. Fifteen boys will be picked,'and practice will begin after the close of school. L. H. Schenck and Mr. HaWcott recently went to Walllngford and bought 14 suits for the team. Other towfns in the county which will have similar teams Include Swea City, Titonka, tiah- croft, and Algona. 'Dates for games wlll.be sent out from the Legion headquarters at'Dee Mbtnes. J6 at W. H. M. S. Meet— Seventy-five delegates and a number of visitors attended an Algona district Methodist W. H. M. S. .convention here laet week Wednesday, and mornng and afternoon programs were given. Mrs. W. M. Hubbard, Farnhamvllle conference president, spoke, on Leadership Training, and papers 'on phases of missionary work were given by women from the societies of the district. A playlet was given by the Burt. Home Guards, and a banquet for 70 Queen Esther girls was serv-- ^^i?D AT RINGSTED ed In the evening. Bixby, Estherville, Mrs. Charles secretary, of Young People's work, was toastmistress, and Mrs. J. H. Walker, Early, gave the main talk. Five Home Guards were graduated into the Queen Esther Circle. ,, '.' Lodge* In County Xeetlng—• The following program will be given at a county Odd Fellow-Rebekah booster meeting ; here '. thte week Tuesday evening: piano duet, Mrs. Lillian Slgler and Katheri|ne Manus;- reading, Darrel Riddle; song, N. I. Morness; talk, W. E. Laird, Algona; song, Vera Chipman; music, Elner Morness. There will be refreshments and dancing. AVnman's Club Meets Monday— The AVoman's club met Monday evening with Mrs. W. T. Peters, Mrs. F. L. Hyerson assisting. The program follows: roll call, famous people b'orn in Iowa; Iowa Songs, Mrs. K. J. Smith; review of "Grandmother Brown's Hundred Years," Saturday evening. Charles Dunlap, who died some years ago, was an uncle of iPreston Chapin and great- uncle of Arlo Daweon, Wesley. Mrs. Dunlap was long a sufferer with heart trouble, and for the last few years had boarded with Arlo Dawson's mother, Edith Chapin Dawson, who cared for her. She leaves one son, Ray, who lives on the farm she owned south of Mason City. Aid Prog-ram Is Postponed— The program by the Methodist W. F. 'M. 'S., first planned for May 1 will probably not be given before the fourth Sunday in May to avoid conflicting with other scheduled events The junior girls' class met Monday evening with Marguerite and Made line Erdman. A business meeting of .the Aid will be held in the League room this week Wednesday after, noon. A committee of seven women of the Aid served supper In the church basement Saturday evening and $15.80 was realized. This was the last supper of^ the series. SStli Great-Graiiddaugliter Bom— The daughter born to Mr. ai •Mrs. DeSpence Bentley, at Dallas Tex., April 15, has been named Ar dte Rose. Her birth made W. P Glddings a great-grandfather for th 28th time. Her grandparents ar Mr. and Mre. A. E. Giddings. Deafness from Flu Relieved— Mrs. Nathan Studer, Who was suf fering from deafness followng flu Friday consulted Doctor O'Brien, of .Mason City, as planned, and was almost Immediately relieved. Her hearing Is now as good as before her illness. Mrs. F. L. Pratt; Iowa Corn Song. I New members were elected. Grover Home Is Remodeled— Marie Grover has had her home i;eshingled and the interior extensively remodeled. The F. E. Ru- beys have rented the lower floor, and Miss Grover will occupy rooms on the second floor. A Mr. Andrews, Des Monies, did the work. H. W. Trainer In Accident— H. W. Trainer met with a painful accident last week Tuesday. While he was attempting to crank his car it backfired, and the muscles and ligaments above one of his elbows were tor,n. Pneumonia Attacks Jesse Thomson Jesse Thoreson was taken sick with pneumonia Sunday, but the disease was checked immediately, though will be confined to be:i for several days. Seteca, Apr2fcTh6 Melvih land" family attended ^the 25th wedding anniversary of her partnta, Mr, and Mr* Laws Fln)rtestad,' hear Rlngsted, Sunday. The Flnrteatads were married near Fenton. They have lived near Fenton and Ring- eted ever since except five years, which they spent In Dakota^ a^id Wisconsin. A large number of relatives and friends gathered at the Finnestad honie and had prepared dinner when the honored gu6sts arrived home from church. Guests present were ' the Melvin Norlands, 8e|neca; the Amos Flhhestad family, Adeline and Mamie Olson,/ of Fehton; Mrs. Adella Olson, of New Richmond, Minn.; the Atner Cody •family, Evans, Minn.; Mrs. Ai Sjos- trum, St Pa.ul, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Munsc^n, and the Lambert Locker family, Armstrong; the Bergie Munsori family, Rlngsted; and the. Lloyd Finnestad family, Cylinder! After dinner Martin. Munson gave a short .talk and -presented the Lare ,F|nnestads with 26 silver dollars ae a gift! Mr. and Mrs. Fin-. nestad b»th spo thanks. The afternoon was spent In visiting. ' Toblat Anderson. It Honored— ^ 1 Tobias Anderson was surprised Sunday when he and his daughter, Mrs. Lars Wallen, of Viking, Canada, were honor gueste at a dinner given in 'the church basement after church services. Ladles of the church and neighborhood serVed .the dinner in cafeteria style. After dinner short talks were given by 'the Rev. and Mrs. Sande,' Peter Thorson, Martin Thompson, and J. H. Jensen, who also presented Tobias with a box of cigars and a purse from friends,, relatives .and. neighbors as a .token of .remembrance. 'Both Mr. AJndeson and Mrs. Wallen expressed thanks for the gift. Mr. Anderspn came to America 54 years ago in 1878, and lived one year near •Swea, Since then he has lived in this community. Mrs. Anderson, who died five years ago, came here in 1879. They both came from Norway. He will be remembered as a friend to children as well as older people. He Avlll make his home with his daughter in Calnada. Class Play Tills Week — The Seneca senior class play, Kid Colby, will be given at the schoolhouse Thursday and Friday evenings of this week. Miss Hallett is instructor. The cast follows : August Bancroft, Bernard Jensen; Teddy Bancroft, Ellwyn Godden; Ef- Party ion S. S. Class- Ruth Hodgson entertained her en home Saturday. I'resbytery Delegates Gained—The Rev. Mr. Frerking, John Smith, and Jerry Heetland were appointed delegates held at Estherville to Presbytery Tuesday and Sunday school class at a party at her home Friday evening. She teaches a class of high school girls. Black Red tl— r -,--.„ _ t . Blackberries, Nfl/;10 size Prunes, rfo, 10 rt^Mt-l-—*«k-' —:r Swatt^Cto%rtt-»--^*l-^^k.*! r iv*..-«-. i . '"I!' Hardwater Soap, 4 barsj-u*..^^^ ~ £ Wyaridotte Cleanser/ 3 Ib. pkg, v-*- ""Tr Spanish Salted Peanuts; 2 Ibs, *i— I* c Veal Bteak» per Ib. ——^*^.__ t -"""a-! Veal Roast, per Ib. -^.^-i.—--___ —fg Veal Stew, per Ib. i. r . fc —u fcfc —•* r "'jjj BEEF , POBk , LAMB CHICKED Complete Line of Fresh Vegetables and Fruits TOP PRfCJES FOR EGGS H. R. Sorensen & Co. 'We Deliver *• , ., Phones 188-139 • ••¥¥!•'«•< GROCERY .. Week End Specials.. Aniazio Cream., large "• pkgs.,—. Wheat, like of Wheat,. 2 23c Sweet Pickles, chow, chow or sweet relish:' 2 4-oz. JWr-7-.----.--r- 15c Kraft's Salad Dressing, pint jar A J~ -i— I IV only Marshmallows, — fresh shipment, 2 Ibs. ____ just: •~! »M>»g^ 39c Fresh pineapples, large 24 size, 2 for Virginia Sweet Pancake Flour, OO* 2 large pkgs. __ ODC Soap, cream oil, p a i m XHive, Camay or Lux, 3 cakes ___ Brooms, color to match your kitchen, 75c quality, special— Wednesday. Wilbur Hassebrock and Virgil Smith will be examined as Paving Equipment Here— Paving equipment arrived the last of the week and Lakota is rapidly filling up with strangers who will help with -the work. Some are renting rooms for light housekeeping and some are engaging rooms and and board at private houses. Other Lakota News. Mrs. J. H. Warburton was a guest of the Plum Creek Literary club last week, Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Ruth Davidson, with Mrs. Ethel Gardner as assistant hostess. Forty women attended, and Mrs. Mae Fitzgerald was elected president of the club for 1932-33. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph McKlnney W. H. Smith Sick; Improving— W. H. Smith fell seriously sick last week Monday, and was taken to his daughter Mrs. Floyd Duncan's, where 'he has improved. Sister or Mrs. Morness Sick— Mrs. N. I. Morness was called to Duluth early Mn the week by (news of the serious sickness of a sister. Other Hurt News. The J. G. Sewicks spent Sunday at A. E N. Jensen's, Lake Park, where Mr. Jc|nisen recently, bought a hardware and furniture business. The Jensens are pleased with their new location. Lura*'Bewick, who had spent the week-end with her parents, returned' with them to her school work at Harris. and daughter Mary, and Noble and Sam Burnet, Hortense of Blue Other Wesley News. Kate Schiltz, who has been ill many weeks, is now steadily improving. The Gay family drove to Algona Saturday. Miss A. McPherson was at Garner last Thursday. Marion^ Paulson is teaching the school in the John Weiland- district, taking the place of Miss Swanson, who because of poor health was unable to teach the last month. The Congregational Aid will meet Tuesday afternoon at Britt with the pastor, the; Rev. Mr. Bernsten. Once every spring the Wesley Aid is entertained by the pastor's wife. ^ The junior play. And Mary Did, will be given at Bell theater this Friday evening. Admission will toe 25 and 35 cents. Mrs. Ben Hopbine is acting as substitute station agent at Cylinder. Earth, attended the funeral of West Warburton' last week Tuesday. Mrs. Noble is a sister of Mrs, West Warburton. Oran- OTCeefe, Guy Beemer, Mr. and Mrs, F. G. Torine, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton, Mrs. Jerry Heetland, and Mre. Swan Olson, of Estherville, attended funeral services of Mrs. Otto Krupp at Elmore Sunday. The Rev. Mr. Lease preached at the Methodist church Sunday.morn- ing on What is Christianity? He' also preached in the evening and after the service the quarterly conference was held. t George Griese, who is taking treatments for anemia at Rochester, Minn., is reported aa showing much improvement. His son John and Walter Rosenau visited him last week. Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht and Emma Gutknecht were delegates to the Woman's PresbyterJal meeting of the Fort Dodge district at Boone last week Tuesday and Wednesday; •Bill Clemans 'hiked to Minneapolis last week in les,s than 24 hours. He expects to go to Red Wing and help his mother get her house ready to rent, Mtas Awe, one of the teacbe.re Injured In an auto wash, a week ago last Friday, expects toJbe aj$e to up her sqhoo) duties thj(s Mrs. M, E. Allen, who had been •here three months, helping care for her father, H. G. A. Sewick, has returned to Julesburg, Colo., ca'.led by. news that a daughter was sick. •Her father is somewhat better,~but still confined to bed most of the time. Mrs. Cora Raney, Mr. and Mrs. Glenjn Raney, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry. Raney and Mr. and Mrs. Cole,, West Union, visited Sunday at Robert Moore's. Mrs. Cora Raney ie Mrs. Moore's mother, and Glenn and Harry her brothers. 'Mrs, Leonard Schmidt, her children, Mrs. Charles Erlckson, Mrs. 1 Alice Erlckson, and Anjna May Lee, Corwith, spent last Thursday at •Paul Moore's, and little Vernon Schmidt remained till Sunday, when his parents came after him. M»'s. Mayme Butts and other Wesley women attended a Rebekah meeting here last Thursday eyen- \ng. Mrs. Butts came to hear a class in secret work. The Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton attended a Sunday school convention at Wesley last Thursday, and Mr. Clifton gave a paper on Workers' Conferences. Mrs. 'Sadie Schenck and her daughter Maude .came Saturday to visit%the L. H. Schencks. Maude returned to Minneapolis Sunday. Mrs. M. A. Dexter ajnd the Ranney Putzes visited from 'Saturday to Monday at H. E. Volentine's, fr»- man, Minn. , . Russell Chipman, working in an Ames nursery, spent Sujnday with his parents/ Mr. and Mrs.. C, B. Chipman. Mre. Minnie Bartley, Omaha, arrived Friday for a few days with her sister, Mre. F. E. Rube-y. leen McPhersoon, Harriett Je|nsen; Billy McPherson, Irving Klein; Marie DeLang,- Maxine Bollg; Miss Kelly, Eva Kracht; Radio Announcer, Kenneth Halvorson; Lydia Margaret Crowley; Julia, Orva Halvorson; lona, Eva Kracht; Isobel Ruth Jensen; Geraldijne, Helen Patterson. Admission is 15 and 25 cents. lone Bolllg won a free ticke given the high school pupil sketch Ing the best poster advertising o the class play. Crowd Attends Aid Meeting— A large crowd attended Aid a Mrs, Win. Osborn's last Thursday The constitution, which had been revised and rewritten in -the Eng Isih language, was ready and dls cussed. At.the next meeting at C M. Thompson's May 12 each amend ment will toe voted upon. Chang ing of the name of the Aid from th Blakjer Ladies' Aid to the Seneci Lutheran Ladies' Aid was discussed and will be voted on at the next meeting. Melvln Larson Enlists In Xavy— Melvin Larson, you|ngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson, enlisted in the navy recently. He left la&t Wednesday for San Diego, Calif,, via Dee Molnes. His brother Everett plans to join him next month. Because of some new rul- c'|ng concerning the physical examination Everett was unable to go at this time. Melvin plane to take up electrical work In the navy. Store llulldlng Is Sold— The Seneca store building and property was sold recently to a man 20 miles east of 'Blue Earth. Gus Jacobson bought the grocery stock, and plans to take possession In May. Mr. a|nd Mrs. Jim Wears' future plans are Indefinite as yet. Other Seneca News. Tobias Anderson, Seneca early settler, sold his 80-acre farm recently to Mrs. Fred Brown, for $50 an acre. Mr. Anderson plans'* to make his home with his only child, Mre. Lars Wallen at Viking, Canada. The daughter has been here the last six weeks or more caring for her father, who has been sick but they both plan' to leave for Canada early in May. Hans Wilberg and children entertained last Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Reubejn Larsen and son, Mr and Mre. John Andreason and son Rlngsted, Mr, and Mrs. Otto Wilberg and daughters, Lone Rock Mrs. Agnes Nel^ AJg9fla, ca_me tor a weslj wlft. Ijjer par. Jfr. anel Mrs. Jfljjn, JJrs. H, A- society Martin Thompson and children and Tobias Anderson a|nd Mvs Lars Walleri. Viking, Can. George Corey, traveling salesman from Muncey, Ind., visited at Geo Goetech's last week Monday am Tueeday. He was en route home HHs headquarters office is at Mankato, Minn. Mrs. Goetscn and Mr Corey are sister and brother. Miss Buerklns and Helen Patter eon accompanied Neis Christensen to Waterloo, where they visited rel atjves last week-end. Irene Mad den also spent the week-elnd in Wat erloo visiting. Miss Hallet spen last week-end with her steter Ruth In Britt. Louis Appelt and children, of S\yea City, and the George Jensens, o Ringsted, were Sunday guests a Mill«(a Jensen's. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wear, Marsh all, Minn., spent Saturday and SUn day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Jim Wear. The Jonas Suncle family,, of Buf stalo Center, were iSujjday guests a Barl Jlurcay's, " MaWe Horoan went to Des last week to do housework, V wins a( •Lakota, Apr. er anji boys, Hog were bora to |*r. and 'Me,yej$ last Tfae ^ylrV bU It's Here MO RUBBING—NO POLISHING GLO-COAT and DRI-BR1TE LIQUID WAX for Linoleum and other floors. SHINES AS IT DRIES^j We also have a very complete line of lawn mow-'l ers, grass catchers ,lawn and garden rakes, lawn | sprinklers, hose, garden plows, seeds, hoes, curb edg- ers, dandelion spuds, etc., at,greatly'reduced prices. We are having SPECIAL PRICES on all poultry! supplies for the next two weeks. Do riot overlook this;! chance to get your supplies at these low prices. || SATURDAY'S SPECIAL—Large size polished c»sti iron skillets, at 39c each. . . Nelson Hardware PHONE 274 ALGONA, IOWA Visiting I never had much time to visit and about the only visiting I ever enjoyed 'was to go out to some farm home and while sitting on a wagon tongue talk alfalfa. I love to talk alfalfa, sell shoes, and smoke a good cigar. Right now I want to talk shoes and tell you about the store full of bargains I have for you this week. Last week's papers were full of hell-raising and that is exactly what I am doing with the price of shoes and slippers. It seems that down in Washington, , D. C., our Iowa boys are known aa hell raisers for agriculture. I do not understand how they got 'that awful nickname tacked onto them. If they ever did* anything for agriculture the farmers out here in Iowa do not know it. One thing Is certain, if they ever raised anything it sure was hell, for that Is what we are -having— and plenty of It. Ask any farmer's wife Just after she has .Bold her case of eggs at 7c a dozen and, you will hew- some hell-raising that Is real, not the camouflaging kind like the Farm Board or the Haugen-TKc^ary bill. Somebody or something ha* raised hejl with the shoe business, and they have raised U so much that I can smell the brimstone. That Is the reason I am cut^ ting prices. I want to unload and nase the buck to the other fellow, All standard advertised 15.00 shoe* and oxfords, Frenman's Famous *-5.00 oxfords, Friendly Five. The Atlantic *5.QO shoes, all go into thte sale at ------ _______ , ______ „/_ ___ ,._ ____ ^..,» Freeman Champion S3.60 pxforda, Fargo $4,00 oxfords. and Hamilton Brown's J4-W. Ambassador, all get the knife, your choic? at -„„--,— »3,7» Men s Police shoes and double »ple vtor% shoes at *1.»8 Men's barnyard wqrk shoes, all' solid, any else at Ladles' extra quality arch support slippers Jn straps or ties, combination last, aU the and $5.00 ones go at _ T ___ ,»,Z T -»i'-».» About 30 pairs of ladies' «ne"drefl* |%00 with the best arch support tha,t phoney can buy, AA to C, now go at ______ *,- r ., r ------- 18-7& Ladies dress slippers, cut out pattern, yiHFjr etyl- , a ish, at ____ „„ ___ T ,.._ »» T i.»- ___ |M* Ladies' comfort slippers to"i»tr»p»'«r"^'lfl^"j>eelf ^ """ i boys' underwear' to 52. The shelves are ment fun pf "3011$ A store full of Qn you. «P

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