Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1932 · Page 7
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feOBSUTtt CCWNfrt AbVAfrGB. ALQONA. tOWA yMiW*i'-*""t^^^^i^i' ECZEMA recoV- lt Kl. D. »*.,,.. ------ . William Steele arrived home .Monthe week-end. had . Mrs. P. Halstreld, Gllmore C'llv spent Friday with her sister, Mrs' Oliver Bakken. ' sn elstant, charge. managers of oil ils absence his ns- White, was In The station Is across the , •** <.<••-1 uria tilt street east of the Steele clothing store. , f Jr >'- and Mrs. Wilfred Ressegule, of vanfito " I» , Mrs. Cora Virgin, Hasting Neb 7 vanfito ". I»- are parents of a 7-lb a guest this week O f her abie 4 '™- b °* boi ' n l«wt week Wednes- 72-page ,tof and tube tenting. GK RADIO SHOP I interested In the . wmnm [(,ST. BENEDICT J for all papers left for I keeping tomorrow. , HERBST nlner in Charge •ERSONAL ans I OH LESS without red it or delay. • In Algonu and vlcln- i mure any amount up to I ;legal Interest, on furniture, i or lire stock. It IB easy loan Mi roil £h this Com* ' to pay back. :'Just I payment a month. IfOXFIDEXTUL LOANS to I18CHOOL -TEACHERS Jot Mar a Representative ! Write Us Direct < ;• her abie'- °* oi ' n l«wt week Wednes Mrs. G. C. Stewart. •• tla5 ' rtl ey have one other child Ludla. Wallace wa e sick several .? ftt present with her grand- days last week and unable to tench | motllel ' nt Clinton. Wilfred, who ts Mrs. B. A. Scheme! substituted. ^in ? on ° f M «- T - H. Holmes, is Mrs. Earl Ellsworth, HumboUlt, ' f T11 ? ^e employ of the Contlnen- and her daughter Shirley spent Sat- 1 I1Ilnols Trust & Savings bank. urday with the former's father, Jos. I ' rhe Vlct °r Youngs, Rockwell City Sunday with the Dr. H. L \fc- ' Stell. Mrs. W. P. French accompanied Mrs. H. A. French, Titonka, and the tetter's daughter Jean to Fort Dodge Saturday. Jos. Deltrlch, Arco, Minn., Here yesterday. He Is a r farmer who 'formerly farmed west of Algona. "•"Curly" Graf ton, Dr. L. W. Fox's right hand man, was sick early In the week. He makes his home with was a retired the. Foxes. •Mrs'. H. v C. 'Barnes, Rolfe,. -went home Tuesday, after a visit since Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. George Elbert. Mrs. Ellen Potter left last week Tuesday for her home at Sioux pity, Cork eg, Mrs. Young and Mrs. McCorkle being sisters. The McCorkle son, Harry J., went home with the loungs Sunday. Mrs. McCorkle, Mrs. Raymond McCorkle, and Mrs. N. Vic Lowe go to Rockwell City today and will return tomorrow. The Congregational women are conducting a sale of hand-made Indian .blankets at the church this afternoon. They are of all sl?.ss and shapes. There will also .be May baskets. At 6:15 a get-together family supper will be served. All new rnem- Uere of the church and teachers who worship at the church are invited. • Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Samp, Newton, went home Monday, after hav- after having spent the winter with j '"£ spent Sunday with Leslie's Mrs. I,. E. Potter, , r ^ [mother, Mrs. Andrew Godfredson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rariey 'andf L *slle Is manager of a drug store at Mr, and Mrs. George Kowles, West I 'NeWton, the proprietor of which Union,, spent the. week-end H ,w,lth .'Nves.:.at Esthervllle. Leslie was em- SEE l*CY _ Alfona RepreBentlng EDEBAL FIXAJfCB CO. Des Molnes WEENS neto Get Ready .for; , J E8, MOSQUITOES, « GNATS , new window P«*us and screen i to order, or we re-' re-screen *old. and . screen s [N?hone 627-W- '', be on the L\r job pronto, 1HORPE WORKS 32*34 ; Harry's mother, Mrs. Cora Raney. Albert C. Han sen, formerly associated with the Quinbys here, was an Algona caller yesterday. He' now Is fn the drygoods business at Forest Ci'ty. . ' ' '•-'' ' ; '"' Mrs. D. E. Dewel and daughter Marjorle went to Dubuque 'Friday to visit the former's brother; Hillary Snodgrass. They are expected home today. -•.-•• Air. and Mrs. V. J. Kleinpeter are parents of a son, born Sunday; They have another child, a girl. Mr; Kfelh- peter Is manager of the local Basket Grocery-' . Marlon McMahon spent Sunday with her .parents. She accompanied the Cliffs from Ames to Algona, and the Cliffs were guests of the N. C. Rices. Mr. and Mrs. James Bateman, of Webster City, and a little daughter were here last week Wednesday and visited Mr. Bateman's eister, Mrs. A. A. Sterling. Mrs. Stella Sabln went to Spencer Saturday, and her eister, Mrs. F. D. Soloman, accompanied her thence to visit another sister, Mrs. James Beatty, St. 'Paul. -Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Lents, Buffalo Center, and their daughter Jean Marie, with Adrian Burmeister, were dinner guests at the Rev. P. J< 'Braner's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Gunder spent Saturday night and Sunday with relatives at Spirit Lake, and Florence Bloom accompanied them here for a week's stay. Mrs. J. W. Sullivan went to Muscatlne Saturday to visit relatives. -Her daughter-in-law, W. W> Sullivan, took her in the Sullivan car as far as Des Moines. Mrs. N. C. Rice has recovered from her recent Illness and is. now able to be at- her gift shop next north of the Call theater. Last Thursday was her first day at the shop. « •Dorothy-Sltzman, attending the Cherokee junior college, spent the week-end with her chum, Mildred Capesius, former student at the college now teaching in Irvington township. Carlotta Kanouff has been called back to her former secretarial work <br, the Omaha Association of Credit Men. .She was temporarily laid off In January .because of -bad business conditions. Divand Mrs. L.'W. Fox and Dr. and Mrs. J. O. F. Price are .a.t' Fort Dodge today, attending a north central-. Iowa veterinary meeting. Dr. H. C, Ball, Titonka, is president;of •Ployed in the Esthervllle store before going to Newton several months ago. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Edwards brought their son Tommy home from Swea City Sunday. Tommy. who is 11, underwent an append!-1 cltls operation at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Hanlfan, Swea City, two weeks ago yesterday, Doctor West,' of -. Armstrong, operating. Mr. Edwards is in the employ of the Champlln oil company here. Last week's Garner Signal said: "Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark have received word from their son Billy, who attends the United States naval academy at Annapolis, Md., that he will come home about the 26th of July and remain for a vacation of 45 days. His homecoming will follow a trip to Europe, for which continent the boys will leave after graduation early In June." Mr. and Mrs. James Peacock, Al- .bert Lea, stopped to call on local friends Monday, en route home from Rolfe, where they had spent the, week-end with a Mrs. Brinkman, f ormely • Grace Phillips, who •taught in the*local high school. Mrs. Brlnkman made her home the division. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoffman, Mr. and Mre. Nick Willger, and Car,- oi|ne Willger spent Sunday at Jos. KNbsbach'a, Swea City. Mrs. Kretis- i who died a few rnontha; .ag°i a sister of Mrs. 'Willger. :; - -Mr, and Mrs, Karel Horan, Jaok- uonvllle, Fla., and their little oon arrived Sunday to visit Karel's parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Horan. They traveled by car, leaving Floy: ida last Thursday morning. -vMr.,a"nd Mrs. L, D, Lehan, Sioux City, 'and their two sons are expected tomorrow for a week-end Visit with Mrs. Lehan'e father, C, Itenson. Mr. Danson Is re'pprteq improving from his recent attack of erysipelas.- • <-"Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Joynt spent week Wednesday and Thursday ^ftrtey, and attended ihe- funeral , of Mr,' Joynt's aunt. Mrs. Thos, D,u'n,n; who was nearly SO at deaU>. Mr? Joynt is the loca} C. M. & St, P. ft p. railway agent. ' .••• - ; > ,,•. Mr, and <Mrs, C. H. Taylor went to Chicago Saturday night for a, ten- ylslt with their daughter, Mrs. pbell 'Humphrey. Mrs. Hu.mpb- rey will he remembered as Grace Taylor^ and is schoolgrouhd .supeiv vtepr'at one of the city schools. .,MW Anne Wckteig, who has epeclaUzed in commercial pnoto- fn Chicago studios, came 8 work at the «tudio recently opened by department for amateure Will be Wnes returned from y, ftKer three , weeks . She te a registered he took care of her who had been Bernadlne her sister, '-so with the Peacocks when she here was teaching. Mr. Peacock is still in the employ of the M. & St. L. railway. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mathee, Fort Dodge, and their two sons visited local relatives Sunday, and Lyle went to Austin, Minn., Monday to be employed at the Montgomery Ward store. For the last two years he had been in the company's store at Fort Dodge, and the transfer is a, promoton. Lyle is the son of Mr. and' Mrs. H. N. Mathes, and Mre. Mathes the daughter of Mrs. S. B. French. Mrs. Mathes will remain in Fort Dodge till school is out, the eldest son being In school. Frances, 5-yeav-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allie Fraser, was operated on last Thursday for tonail- itls at the Kossuth hospital. J. W. Harbach underwent a major operation Saturday, and a two-months son '• of Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton wae op'erated on .yesterday. Cliff 'Richardson, <Lu Verne, has been a patient since Sunday, the result of injuries suffered when a baseball hit him in the head last Thursday. Hemorrhages developed Saturday, and he was brought to the hospital. . ,.,,.Mrs. Wm. Dehnert hae built an- .qt'ner fish pond in the rear of the Dehnert hotel. This is novel in that Water runs down into the pool from a spray on top of a pile of rooks at the side of the pool. The spray is attached to tbe hose and can be run at any time to freshen' the water In the pool. Mrs. Dehnert now' has 30 goldfish . of three different varieties, She built one pool last year and partitioned It to kew> the three klnde of fish separate. The grounds in back of "the. hotel will again present an attractive appearance as plants and shrubbery blossom. A few seed and crop loans have been made in Kossuth by the Farm- 'ers Seed Loan office at Minneapolis. They have varied in amount from' $50 to $400, and the , money comes from the department of agriculture at Washington, The. loans .are made to farmers only unable to finance their 1932 crops in any other way, The money is secured by a first lien -on the crops. Application must be made on or before April 30 at the county agent's pffice. Kossuth, with generally good crops in both 1930 and 1931, has had little use for such loans s in comparison with' other localities. ' This mention is taken from the Wesley News- World : "F. A. Corey was calling on many Wesley friends Monday, and 'among them Grandpa Giddings, still spry for a man of 88 years, who hopes to vofe for the next democratic president this fall, Fred reminded him of a bet they made 40 years ago, $50 each , on Cleveland and Harrison, and suggested that they put the same amounts on the coming election. Mr. Giddings has taken this under advisement, and « his candidate Is nominated Fred Had better look Wt, for he may get called for the old |60 Alg-ona Women nt flttrt Meet— Several autoloads of Algona women went to Burt last week Wednesday to attend a Methodist W. H. M. S. district convention. In a leadership training program In ,the afternoon conducted by -Mrs. W. M. Hub-bard, conference president, Mrs. L. J. Malueg spoke on how to plan a children's program for the year. In the absence of the conference recording secretary, Mrs. Wm. C. Steele took the minutes of the convention. Mrs. W. H. Lease, district president, presided. Ten girls from Algona attended a Queen Esther .banquet at 6:30, which was followed with a toast program. Margaret Lease spoke on Windows of Prejudice. Vivian Strand, who has been a teacher In the Bennett academy, Mathtston, Miss., was the principal speaker. There were 100 delegates from 17 towns In the district in attendance at the convention. Officers were elected: president, Mrs. Fremont Paul, Graettlnger, first vice president, -Mrs.' J. R. Boggs, Garner;, second vice president, Mrs. R. A. Stone, Lu Verne; recording secretary, Mrs. John Chambers, . Corwlth; corresponding secretary, Clara Suse, Graettlnger; treasurer, Mrs. R. L. Logan, Ruthven. Mrs. Wm. C. Steele, Algona, was re-elected citizenship secretary for the district. Algona people who attended the convention were Mrs. W; A. Vlgars, Mrs. Steele, Mrs. Frank Seeley, Ida Peterson, Mrs. Malueg, Mrs. Antone Anderson, and Mrs. Lease, Margaret Vigars, Margaret Lease, Ella Mae Johnson, Ruth Malueg, Phyllis Parsons, Esther Taylor, Edith Rhodes, Shirley Ellsworth, attended the banquet. --, Club Gives Benefit Party— The Lu Verne Loyal Workers 4-H girls' club met at the leader Mrs. R. R. Masteraon's last week ;W;edncs- day night, eight'members, one mother, and one visitor attending. In the absence of the club president,! Cordelia Ristau presided. Plans '-were laid for. a -benefit 500 and Rook party which the club gave Friday evening- at the Community hall, Lu Verne. At this party there were six tables of 500 and five'of Rook. Walter Hunt Jr. and Mrs. Lionel Eustance were high scorers at 500, and Jesse tilndebak and Mrs. Lloyd Kentner at Rook. Lunch was served, and the club made $8.20. Cora Maetevson, 'Benona Neal, and Miss Ristau served on the refreshments committee, and Eileen Neal and Roberta and Betty Masterson on the cards and tables committee. The next club meeting will be held at Marvel Davidson's Friday evening, May 13. for." MOTHER * 1$ - , of Charles Newvllle a » a A. Jennings, qww*fc ««4 - marshal ?J°yd » day thte week Tuesday «,t the r. Mr* Betettves a»4 w«w«? ^n^S^iSS rtothd*y «K4 ifc<w y^^JiPQ t&s&Riauaai bridge wa« won by Mamie Gilbrldej low by Mre. Theo. Goeders. Mi*. D. D. Monlux and Mrs. G-eo. St. John entertained 12 women at bridge at the former's home last Thursday night. The high scores were won by Mrs. A. H. Stock and Ella Thompson. Mrs. S. A. Worster entertained her bridge, club at dinner and bridge Tuesday night. Mrs. Joel Herbst won high score., Mrs. F. B. Kent was a guest of the club. The Baptist Loyal S. S. class meets this aftendon with Mrs. Cora Raney, Mrs. J. B. Wheelock and Mrs. Cora Bowman assisting. Officers will be elected. Mrs. C. R. La Barre entertained her bridge club yesterday afternoon. A covered-dish luncheon was served, after which bridge wns played by eight members. The Methodtet \V. H. M. S. will meet at the church this afternoon at 2:30; Mrs. C. L. Vohs, hostess. . The Loyal Temperance Legion will meet with Mrs. Ellfe McWhorter tomorrow afternoon at 4:15. WEST BEND TO GIVE PLAY £6000 HOPE Good Hope, Apr. 26—The service of worship at Good Hope next .Sunday will be of special value, in that It will be In charge of young people from .the West Bend Methodist church, who will present The Challenge of the Cross, a dramatic story of Christian service. This was presented at Whlttemore recently, and Is highly spoken of, there. Owing to the length of the service church will begin 15 minutes earlier, i. e., at 11 o'clock. Sunday school will begin at the usual hour. Other Good Hope. Mrs. Hulda Deakins, who was here during the last illness of her mother, Mrs. Gevert Kueck, and her children returned Saturday to their home at Hartford, Wis. The other Kueck children, with their families, spent Sunday' with Mi-. Kueck. The Aid will meet at^VIrs. C.<L. pittmer's this":,week Wednesday Instead of the'usual date; this necessary because of the' men's dinner Thursday. Robert Phelps and Melvln Stoeber, Cedar Falls, were callers. Sunday at Hugh McMahon's. Melvln's mother and Mrs, McMahon were schoolmates. Dn. M. G. Bourne, the Rev. and Mrs. Allen Wood, and a nephew, Allen Moore, were dinner guests at W. J. Bourne's Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton, Burt, accompanied" Rev. Allen Wood to a Sunday school convention at Wesley last Thursday. 2HEW ASCOT SCARFS Wear one of these all . silk scarfs. They're all lower priced now! — —"- "•" ^™ •• ^m mm I Department Stores Everyone can afford the items featured in these APRIL SALES! Shop at Graham's-For lower prices 32-plece DIKITEB SETS New patterns, rich in design and color effects. Priced at Graham's new low prices. DRESS VOILES Greatly underpricfid — this season's new pastel shades in floral designs. They're tub-fast 40 inches wide- RICE VOILES DOTTED SWISS* Here's new fabrics that will make beautiful summer dresses. Select from these new patterns __ FAST COLOR PRINT CLOTHS In gay pattern effects for house frocks and children's 'dresses. First quality, featured a yard at CURTAIN PANELS Select your lace panels from these outstanding designs. Tailored styles, 45 inches QQf» wide— •__ wOU MEN'S UNION SUITS Athletic union suits for men, ribbed and nain- sook fabrics, cut full and well' made- ; KIDDIE COVER PLAY SUITS Just exactly the right kind of a play suit every boy needs. Hickory stripe, 2 to 8 years CHILDREN'S ANKLETS Excellent quality in plain color/ combinations to suit every'little Miss. Fancy tops _ ALL SILK HOSIERY Sheer chiffon or'service weight hosiery of pure silk and full-fashioned in the best "7Q«* shades .. f 9C CHILDREN'S HOSE Fine quality ribbed hose in colors nude, camel, and black at new low price. 2 pairs Women to Meet at Tltonha— The county federation of Woman's clubs will meet at the Methodist church, Titonka, next Tuesday ' at 10 a. m., and at 11:15 Mre. Clayton Phillips, Livermore, tenth district director, will conduct a citizenship school. At noon lunch will be served, but no one' need take the customary sandwiches. The following afternoon program will be given: 'music, Titonka club; play, The Higher-Ups Buy a Car, . 'Fenton club; review of We Are Alaskans, Mrs. L. D. Premitt, "Forest City, daughter of Editor (Lee O. Wolfe, of Titonka;; play, Martha and George Return, Titonka; .musical reading, Burt. The hostess clubs are Fenton, Lu Verne, Titqnka, and Burt. Bible Searchers Class Meets— * The Methodist Bible .Searchers class met last week Tuesday -with Mre. WY H. Hodges; Mesdames Dearchs, Gingrich, •> Shumway,, and Lannlng, assisting hostesses. The lesson was -read by Mrs. Lannlng and Mrs. J.-F. Cook, and poems by famous writers were read toy Mrs. G. L. Vohs. A biblical questionnaire was conducted by Mrs. IF. A. William, and a reading, The ;Shbw Must Go Oni 'was given by Ida Halpin. •^he next meeting, will be held May 17 at Mrs. Fred Martin's, and answers to roll call will -be in keeping with Mothers' day. Leota Hauensteln Married — At the Algona Evangelical 'Lutheran parsonage last week Wednesday John Hanselman was married to Leota.Haue'netein, the Rev.- P. J, Branei- officiating. Leo Hanselman, West Bend, and Kathryn Hauenstein, Algona, -were witnesses. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hanselman, West Bend; the bride the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hauenstein, Algona. Mr. Hanselman .is foreman o£ the county road machine shop near the fair grounds corner, « Auxiliary Party Is Given— , , • The local Auxiliary unit gave an ll-table bridge party at the Legion hall Tuesday nteht, Mrs. W, J, Mangan and A. H. Stock winning the tygh scores. Hostesses were Mesdames Stock, W. A. Barry. Vallo Naudaln, Glen MoMurra.y, A, A. Beguhn, Anton Didriksen, 'F. A. Sawyer, John Koolhaas, J, W. Kelly, a,nd Mary Kain.' Surprise Forty Is Given-* 4, surprise party was gjven tor Mrs. C. O. Wright at Mrs. a. R. Mantor's _laat week Wednesday evening, and she was presented with a gift by the Rebekah degree staff, of which she is instructor, Mrs. Mantor and. Mrs. A. W. BehrepdA {Assisted by Mre, Agnes Tibbets, served lunch, , Want Ads SILK UNDERWEAR, 79c each.— The Elite. 6u33 FURNISHED APARTMENT FOR rent.-^Phone 99. 6u33 RUFFLED CURTAINS The beauty in these curtains is the fancy pattern combinations and the quality CO ft fabrics used www RAYON SILK UNDERWEAR This showing includes bloomers, briefs, panties, vests and step-ins, all at worthwhile savings.__ MESH HOSIERY It's a big season for mesh hose. Our all silk, fine mesh are unusual at. this. low price SET OF HARNESS FOR SALE.— Wm. Durant, Algona. 8u33 WOMEN'S UNION SUITS They're perfect fitting garments. Three styles to choose from. Sizes 36 to 46. For WASH FROCKS, NEW, ON display at The Elite, $1.00 each. 10u33 FOR SALE—<3OOD WORK AND brood mare.—A. E. Clayton. 9p33 FOR RENT—40 ACRES GOOD bluegrass pasture.—Chas. Hawk, Fenton. llp33-34 WANTED—WHITE PBKIN DUCK eggs.—Hamilton Hatchery, Bancroft. ••••.' 8u33 HOUSE FOR RENT OCCUPIED BY the F. F. Barkers.—Call ; Joel M. •Herbst; Algona: 12u33 MODERN APARTMENT FOR renf. —Kossuth County State Bank Examiner in Charge.' HuSltf LET OUR TELEPHONE BE your clothes line. — Kirsch .Laundry, phone 267. 10u2ptf FOR RENT—E.S, JOHNSON house on south Minnesota May 1, — 'Inquire 14'F15. . , , 12p33 FOR SA-LE—10 GOOD USED ICE 'boxes. Sales Pavilion, Algona.. ; ...,./. ,..-.-. 10p33 YOU CHOICE OF 100 HATS AT $2.95 Saturday only .-/The Elite. . . 10u33 HAY AND STRAW FOR SALE— Julian J. .Arndprfer, 1% ml. n.'W. of St. Benedict. 12p33 FOUND — YOUNG- DOG, MALE; brown, blacki ;and white;-part hound^Phone 10. 12u33 LARQE-TYiPE ROUEN DUCK eggs for sale, $5 for 100,—Mrs. ; C. C. Freeark, Lakota. 14n31-33 PAPER HANGING, PAINTING, wall .washing.—?W, A. Richardson, phone 572-J, Algona. 10p33 MODERN HOUSE. FOR RENT. — Kossuth County State Bank Examiner in Charge, FOR RENT — 2 3DOWNSTAIRS rooms furnished $4; 'also-sleeping room, $1,76.—108 E. College, I*p33 HAUL/ING WANTED 4- ASHES, rubbish or anything else. — Phone 302, George W, -Banwart. Hp33-34 Nelg:Jil)Or» Meet The Royal 'Neighbors will meet at the I, O. p. F. haU tonight at ,1:99; Mrs. H&rpld Jfuchenreather's d:yi»- ion In chage of refreshments. Mis. Potter, Spencer, d^ctot deputy, an« Mrs, Florence Bi-ldjgeB, Ma- peton, -state supervising deputy, will be guests, ' The Literary Society, r«e*: * roet-«,t PAINTING, DECORATING, paperhanging. Free estimate. — Kar,l BONDS SAFJB1C? : J, » to V4¥.?1PP tft SHORTS AND SHIRTS This is the first time you've seen this quality, broaddloth shorts and .fine ribbed shirts, each ____ BROADCLOTH SHIRTS All new and beautifully tailored. Made of fine grade pre-shrunk broadcloth, white tan, blue and green Willasson, phone 561-W. 9p31-34 FOR SALE—ABERDEEN ANGUS : bull, big enough for service. Thoroughbred. Also hay—John. Oerber, Algona.' ' ' : '."""'' 16p38 DON'T' LET THIS GET AWAY; •Free Jnrier: tube; with G & J Big Six and Super Stalwart. — Gamble Stores." 17-33 ELDERLY MAN EXPERIENCED in. farm work likes a place on -farm for season,; /For particulars call Advance. 10p33 WA-NTED—MIDDLE-AIG'EiD MAN i to work on farm.' Must be able to handle i all kinds of'machinery.—Ja- cob Winkel, Algona. 20u33 FOR EXCHANGE—CLEiAR Income property for equity in farm and farm equipment.—Write P. O. Box 23. Cedar Falls, la. 19p32-33 FOR SAOJE—GOOD SEED CORN, 'yellow and white, germination satisfactory to you; $1.00 per bu. on the ear,—'Hugh" Raney, Algona. ', 21p33-35 HAVE US ADDRESSOGRAPH your mailing list and save you the expense and drudgery of typing. Our addresses cannot be told from type"' writing.—Advance. x 2Btf IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIII KEPT FHESH IN HUMITUBB8 •Way Grocery New goods arriving daily. Peter Pan prints, organdie house dresses, silk dresses, sweaters, slips, hose. oilcloth, straw hats, overalls, coveralls, jackets Jin-'". oleum rugs. Silk Hosiery, beauti - ful shades and textures ____ 5»c and fl Large 3-ft. kites ..—lOe Opalescent Glass Pitchers ,_____.. 29e Ivory and green enameled triple coated, your choice __99e 4-lb. pkg. pancake flour , _>„. 19e Genuine (VCedar mop and polish outfit _79e Large wail or floor duster ^.,.^.. fljt Wax paper-.in pastel colors.iinakes beautiful waanable shelf lining,— lOe New designs in shelf paper ^ lOe AT TOUB B STOBE First door west of Swift's. Phone 245, Groceries Fresh Meats Vegetables Fraito WHEN YOU A GOOD CHUB ,. Wwt, cousins,eyerytiling: pos slble to satisfy the most particular suioker—JOH should' ' ~ B Jfade o| choice fv)He*t tobacco, purtlculftly mild ' aud Hie best to 1)6 In 8 $P weu

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