Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 12, 1932 · Page 8
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,"M»ipfvT -ty^- %v «*%,yw< <f^ ? ? * ,. * 4 * X * ,/> $ t /it » ' v f frf** ' .-ihffj p,;.. 1PAOE TEN CKOR 3 7 A ND they're as charming as they are low priced—• /V these six wonder-values by Hickory. They're all brand new creations designed especially for this selling and made just a little different from anything you've seen before. Better stop in today at the Notions Department. Lace Mesh Garter Belt—Cool and laccy —ornamented, too, withdainty rose buds. A perfect garment for the slender Miss to hold her stockings straight and smooth. Own one for only C 78c Slenderizing—This deep figured rayon paneled Hickory Girdle with its feather boning and conforming elastic will mould your figure to fashion slimness. It's yours for only 78c Light-weight— Lustrous rayon satin Garter Belt designed for today's styles. No bulkiness over the hips—elastic and hook and eye fasteners at back. Narrow hose supporters. Specially priced at 78c Shadow Skirts— They do a double service and do it well —wrinkle proof and shadow proof. Light, cool and comfort- able.Yoke front, elastic at back—fancy rayon jersey with loose rubber panel. They're cheap insurance against wrinkles at only' 78c SANITARY APRONS. Lace is the thing this season, and these Hickory Sanitary Aprons more than have their share. They're made of paper-thin rubberized silk—cut to shape and stay in place. Beautiful lace trim and inserts, but not a seam to betray their presence. They wrinkle proof your dainty frocks—keep them fresh and prolong their lives. (AorB) 78c INFLATION IS P iii SALE FRESH CREAMERY BUTTER^ 23c LARD PURE EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE 3 53 C Red Circl* Coffee ... "*. 23 C Bokar Coffee ... . LB - 27 C Maxwell House Coffee . L3 - 32 C Del Monte Coffee . . . »• 29 C FOLGER'S, M. J.B. AND Hills Bros. Coffee . « • "• 35 C CHASE A SANBORN'8 Seal Brand Coffee . * . LB- 30 e Encore Queen- Olives, quart jar ___________ 29c Premium Soda Crackers, 2 Ib. caddy _ _____ 19c Navy Beans, 10 Ibs. _____________________ 29c lona Peas, No. 2 can, 3 __________________ 25c Tona Corn, No. 2 can, 4 __________________ 25c lona Tomatoes, No. 2 can, 4 _______________ 29c White House Milk, large can ______________ 5c GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 49 Ib. bag $1.30. 24.1-2 Ib. bag 67c SUNNYFIELD FLOUR 49 Ib. bag 79c. 24 1-2 Ib. bag 42c C. & H. CANE SUGAR 10 Ibs. for 45c. 25 Ibs. for $1.11 100 Ibs. for $4.29 BEET SUGAR 10 Ibs. for 42c. 25 Ibs. for $1.06 100 Ibs. for $4.09. P & G Soap » i . Oxydol WITH TWO LARGE CAKES P A Q SOAP FREE fHE GREAT ATLANTIC ft PACIFIC TEA CO. : Middle Wwfern DIvWoo REAP THE ADVANCE WANT APS FAVfl BY RED HERE 1ROOKHART Controlled Inflation of the currency to be achieved by advancing newly printed money to the federal farm board was advocated by Senator Smith W. Brookhart last Thursday, speaking before the Kiwanis club at noon, and again at 2 p. m. at the airport. The Senator Brookhart spoke inside the airport hangar before an audience estimated at 400 people. Coupled with the proposal for inflation was a proposal for a billion dollar appropriation in favor of the farm board .to be used In the control of surpluses In corn, wheat, and cotton. The money would be new currency. ; - i« The senator declared that crop surpluses could easily be controlled if proper funds were supplied and due authority was given to the farm board. During the World war, he said, the wheat stabilization corporation successfully fixed the price of wheat at $2.20 and kept it there. All of the funds so used were returned when surplus, holdings were sold, and in addition the government received a profit of more than 50 millions. This is still credited to the old war-tmie organization on the treasury books. Senator Brookhart asserted that inflation would be the first step on the road to business recovery. The present dollar, he said, is dishonest, because of its enhanced purchasing value. Debts contracted years ago, when its value was lower, have to be paid in the dear dollars of today. For example, it takes four or'more bushels of corn now to pay each dollar of debt contracted when corn was worth 80c a bushel or more. .The senator went back to the boom period of 1919, and declared that the federal reserve deflation policy In that and immediately following years was directly responsible for the present depression. Agriculture, he said, never recovered from that blow, which robbed the farmer of higher values of land and brought about the failure of thousands of banks. A Proclamation Say it with safety and save the flowers! Last Friday, at the intersection of Nos. 169 and 18, a frightful automobile accident happened, and seven innocent persons were hurt, some seriously, and several cars were reduced to kindling. Just because someone threw caution to the winds and did not heed traffic signs! There are a lot of drivers who have no respect for the road laws and seem to think they own the^ highways and Would it not be better if such heedless drivers would, if only for their own piece of mind, stop and think? If they would say, "I will from now on observe all traffic rules, so that it will not be I who is at fault in not observing stop signs? As I write this, I can't help thinking that right here in Algona are a lot of drivers who, just because no one is in sight, think they, do not have to observe traffic rules. Do not blame anyone but yourself the next time you are hailed before the law and taxed a fine and Boosts. I hope -that all who read this will say to themselves, "I will hereafter have respect for the other fellow, as much as I expect from him." Let us all stop, look, and listen before we leap. Respectfully, C. F. SPECHT, Mayor. K't; Ai fcfwf Ion sr«tl The P. T. A* will meet next week Wednesday night at the high school auditorium, and Antoinette Bbnn- stetter, school nurse, Will be apeak* er. After the program there will be election of officers. • ' Other Society. Mesdames R. H. Miller, F. E. Kent, and M. H. Falkenhfttlier entertained 16 women at dinner and bridge Tuesday evening, At seven a two-course dinner was served at small tables centered with bouquets of sweet peas. The high bridge scores were won by Frances Du- htgg and Mrs. Joseph Greenberg. The same hostesses entertained at a •1 o'clock bridge luncheon yesterday. The Alpha Delphians will meet in .the music room at the' high school building next Wednesday afternoon. This will be the club's annual guest day. The program, In charge of Mrs. F. J. Clark, will be.a mtisicale, and will be followed by a tea. The Presbyterian missionary socl-» ety will meet next week Thursday with Mrs. Albert Ogren. Program:' Echoes of the Presbyterian at Boone, Mrs. J. L. Coleman and Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks. The Baptist Loyal class will meet 'Henry Inflation and Beer Is Urged to Aid Farmers Bancroft, May 10—.Louie Murphy, Dubuque, wartime collector of in^ ernal revenue for Iowa, now a democratic candidate for United tates senator, addressed a large audience here Saturday night. He was introduced by J. H. Sheridan. ' Mr. Murphy, a life-long democrat, proposed a program to 'save Iowa." rlis first plank la the immediate is- have made the academy possible and who have helped maintain Its high standards. The Rev. 'Fathers Schemel, of Alton, Loeffelholz, of St. Benedict, and Theobald, of: St. Joe, were guests. The high school students and their guests spent the rest of the evening at dancing. sue of four and one-half billions of | Glrls Hav e Part >" a* Orton's— LEGION OFFICIATES AT EIKEJUNERAL iFuneral services for Herbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Elke, Algona, were held last week Wednesday at the Methodist church, Clarion. Mr. Eike was killed a week ago Monday, when he was run down by a railroad switch engine at Oelweln. He was a brakeman. The services were under the auspices of the Clarion Legion post, and group organizations besides the Legionnaires in attendance were the Brotherhood of R. R. trainmen, the Auxiliary of the same organization and the Clarion H. S. senior class 'Burial was made at Eagle Grove. Mr. Eike enlisted in the army avi ation service in December, 1917, and spent most of his *' army days a Kelly Field, San Antonio, Tex. He was 36 years old, and was born at Thor. He attended school at Eagle Grove and Clarion, and he had been employed on the Chicago Great Western for 15 years. He married Dora Jane Cole, Clarion, May 12, 1921, and she, with two children, Elizabeth Jane, 12, and Herbert Lewis, 6, survives. Herbert was confirmed in the Eagle Grove Lutheran Church when he was 14. From out-of-town in attendance at the services were his parents, of Algona; his brothers, Lawrence, of Clarinda, and Oscai-, Eldora; his sister, Mrs. P. D. Nolan, Eldora, her husband, and son; Mrrand Mrs. H. J. Whiteman, Kewanee, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Ersland, Thor; Mary E. 'French, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bralnerd, South Bend, Ind.; Mrs. Dora Fitch and Mrs. George Peter- eon, Omaha, and her son Harold. TITONKIAN WINS S25 IN CONTEST Word has been received that Nadine Lucrezia de Vries, Titonka, Is the winner of a prize award certificate valued at $25 in the $12,500 Skelgas contest which drew so many entrants from this community. When it Is considered that more than 24,000 letters were entered the achievement of Miss de .Vrles in writing a letter which was among the final few hundred is a grea! tribute to her ability. The contest, which closed April 16, was sponsored by R. O. Bjustrom, Skelgas dealer here, and, the 'Skelgas Company, Kansas City. Competition in the Skelgas contest was extremely keen, since more than 24,000 letters were entered, and so the achievement o: Miss de Vrles Is worthy of considerable praise. All letters were written on "What Skelgaa Would Mean to Me." ' Some idea of the extraordinary quality of the letters may be ob tained from a statement issued by the contest judges. It explains tha their work of choosing 300 best let' ters out of 24,000 was extremely dif' flcult. new money. "The per capita of money in circulation," he said, "has been almost cut in two since 1920. Germany wiped out its middle class with inflation of the mark, and France nearly did the same thing; ,ve are wiping out our debtor class with deflation. "They closed the breweries to win the war against the Central Powers; they ought now to open them to win bhe war against bankruptcy:" Mr. Murphy also denounced high taxation. 5tm\yMbf&l*ift6NM , • olotnw "iffiAf 4S, KiriilSK LtflftttW phone louzdtf . tfOtt ttfiN*. i- Kossuth Cttdhty State Bank MX- ifi 'Charge. ., littSltf FoS~RBNT-r<3'6OD-RIVBn bottom , pasture for 8 of 10 horses. or cows.'^M. It Holding, Burt. l(JpS5 FOR SALE—TEN HAMPSHIRE FINE HARDY TOMAT<? PLANTS •i-Ponderosa,' Oxhearts. — James •Wagner, 402 E. Call street, Algona. 13p35 SA1»E OR 'TRADE — USED Will trade ' for Outboard motor.—Algotta Auto Market. > 14U36 BEt»RCK>M FURNITURE, bought in August, Will be sold for atdrage If "not called for t>y May 14;—Mrs. F,*lV.Trlbon. 20p35 FOR ^ S AI/E , QUICK—BJRDS-EYE •] mafcle 4-plece bedroom suite and mahogany piano. Bargains.—521 E. dtate/st., phone 740. 20p35 FOR SALE—GOOD SEED CORN, yellow and white, germination satisfactory to you; $1.00 per bu. on the ear.—-Hugh Raney,' Algona. 21p33-35 this afternoon with Mrs. Furst; Mesdames Freeh, Trauger, | KOSSUTH REDIANCE AND Golden and Larson assisting. j Mr. and Mrs. <?. W. Stlllman entertained four couples at supper Sunday night. The W. R. C. will meet at the-Legion hall next Tuesday evening at 7:30. The Methodist W. F. M. S. will- meet today with Mrs. M. G. Norton. Want Ads BUNGAILOW Herbst. FOR RENT.—J. M. 5u35 FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT. Phone 99. 6p35 WANTED—HOUSEWORK, at Advance. •— Call 5p35 TWO ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping—Call 741-W. 7u35 Academy Juniors are Hosts— St. Cecelia's auditorium was scene Tuesday evening of the the annual junior-senior Tjanquet. The senior class is the pioneer class of the academy. AU the high school students entertained their parents. The dining hall was decorated in the class colors, blue and white, with >askets of flowers. After a 3-course banquet served by St. Cecelia's uild, a short program was given, the theme being a "journey on the ship of life." The toastmaster was Maurice Me-' Evoy; and talks were given as' fol.ows: Class Colors, Imelda Dooley; Motto, Gerald Jennett; History, Edward : Zender; Prophecy, George Kanouff; Will, Magdalen Stoffel; Toast to Father Davern, Evan Fln- nell; toast to faculty, Marcella Nelson; toast to parents, Arlene Matern; response, H. J. Bode; advice to juniors, Helen Steil; response, June Adelle Aman; advice to freshmen and sophomores, Alice Payne; response, Irene Capesius; class •poem, Elizabeth Barry; class song, seniors. On the conclusion of this program Father Davern congratulated the class and wished all members success in their journey through life. He also extended thanks to all who Bulie, daughter of District Court Clerk and Mrs. C. K. Orton, observed her 12th birthday a week ago Sunday and entertained young friends at her -home west of the Call bridge. The afternoon was spent at gathering wild flowers In the woods near the Orton home and at games. Lunch was served in the woods, and the guests gathered around a bonfire. After lunch they adjourned to an old Indian valley near the house and looked for arrowheads. Bonnie 'Lee Bonar was first to pick up a buffalo-point arrowhead. Betty Messenger and Barbara Haggard each found a point, and Betty Brown found a fine specimen nearly an Inch long. Others picked up a number of flint. skinning flakes. 'Snapshots of the group were taken. Guests not already nanied: Patricia McEnroe, Jean Murtagh, Frances Godfredson, Byson South,. Angela Haag, Patsy Matern, .Mary and Betty Meslng, Betty Brown, Mary Ellen Worster, Phyllis Mathes, Phyllis Coleman, 'Phyllis Sawyer, Erma D. Hansen, Eugenia Little, and Dorothy Brown. MODERN G-ROOM HOUSE, ALSO 'bungalow, for rent.—F. L. Trlbon. 10p35 IFOR RJBNT—DOWNSTAIRS apartment.—J. Riddle, 103 E. Kennedy. 9p35 WANTED—2 NEAT APPEARING ladies at once.—Algona Art Studio. . ' 10u35 WANTED-HCATTiLE. TO Pasture, •plenty shade and water. — Hugh Raney. 10p35-36 WANTED—SHEEP SHEARING TO do.—Sankey Bros., phone ll'F15, I Algona. 10p34-35 GARDEN PLANTS FOR SALE — Thos. Schultz, 5 blocks south of Algona hotel.- . ,.12p35-37 MODERN APARTMENT FOR rent. King, $1.00 bu., same pure strain which won high yield iconteat.—Al- fred Carlisle, 3-4 mile east Whltte- more. -•'•-, 23p34-35 TWO FOR THE PRICE,OF ONE— tires—gold balls — .22 shells—paring knives. Rubber aprons lOc — dish towels, 10 for 69c.—Oatnble Stores. 23-35 Htt ^mb^7orT r . tUb '' 1 in. met V. if > «ii •*•'* A selling for j w jor in 1926. in Kowuth county capital needed.' WH, CO., Dept. B , " MAN WITH supply famous line goods to steady customer, I?"* satisfied with $27.50 Albert Mills, Route mouth, Cincinnati, o STEADY WORK, „,„ liable man wanted to cal , nn . •} era in Kossuth county jl? n (ar « ence or capital needeti.' w,.|,J, -McNess Co., Dopt. B ,'* high school musicians band Instruments, object' ganize first-class county | )a 'i dress all communications t Bohleh, Tltonka. A NEW. TIRE FOR 'LESS THAN DANCE I/O. O.F. HALL r Friday Night, May 13 Rhythm Aces PILES! PILES! PILES! WILLIAMS' PILE OINTMENT For Blind, Bleeding and Itching Pilei. For «le by «ll draggta, mail 50c *nd $1.00. WILLIAMS MFC. CO.. IW-. CUv.UiA. Ohio LUSBY'S DECG STORE. ALOOHA WE CALL FOR </////DELIVER YOUR Elk Cleaners and Tallort no • . . stop nace troubl and SAV MONEY Yo« etn do IK End your furnje* M foravtr, y.t .ctudly reduc. youfUL ^wsff^rpi 1 ?* a^Lir^^-^ thin co«l. Highcit au, w LAIN6& Algona, Iowa OIL BURNER iPIIIIIIUIilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll^ D. A. R. Officers Are Reelected— The D. A. R.s met for luncheon and a program Tuesday with Mrs. Fred Geigel; Mrs. Ella Laird and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh, assisting hostesses. 'After the program officers were reelected: Ella Thompson, regent; Mrs. W. L. Whitney, vice-regent; Mrs. Abner Long, secretary; •Mrs.''D. P. Smith, treasurer; Mrs. George H. Free, registrar; Mrs. Eugene Murtagh, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Jos. Cosgrove, chaplain; Mrs. J. O. Paxson, historian. Mason Cltyan to Speak Here—The Woman's club will meet tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at the library. Mrs. W. H. Hathorn, Mason City, state chairman of the music committee of the Iowa Federation of Woman's clubs, will be speaker, and will talk on The Pur-' SPECIAL SALE LADIES' HATS, Saturday only, $1.00 each. — The Elite. 10u3B 100 Candidate* File (Continued from Page 1.) White's GROCERY Friday and Sat'day Specials CHEESE — Wisconsin Cream, 2 Ibs. 25c SALMON— Pink, tall can lOc EGGS— Eat more, 2 dozen 15c ination papers were circulated the same day. Miss Peterson came to Algona 21 years ago from Bancroft, where the family had lived during the preceding five years. She is a high school graduate, and she also attended the state teachers' college at Cedar •Falls, following which she taught in the Bancroft <and Wesley schools. After completion of business course in the Gates commercial college, Waterloo, she served ten years In the First National and Kossuth County State banks, Algona. The only other republican candidate is Mrs. Helen Dickinson, deputy recorder. On the democratic ticket Mrs. F. I* T^bon 10 » candidate, f Post Toasties. 10c MAYONNAISE— Kraft's pint jar _______ COFFEE, Parker House Vacuum pack ________ 29c PRESERVES— Quart jar, pure__— 23c Shredded Wheat— 9c Long's Food Shop Pancake Flour, per sack __-__,_,_>,_ 15c Rice, fancy, 6 Ibs. ------..,.,».,.,...,..-•„,„* 25c Navy Beans, 6 Ibs. ,,-- ww ....,,.,,._, I .,,... r -.. ?.5q Long's Home Made Sausage and Hamburger, Ib. lOc Cane Sugar, 10 Ibs. ' w 49o Soap, Laundry, 10 bars „„••—*- $9« VISIT THE New Dresses "Where Service MM! QutUty Mf«t*' would use In'the selection iT«S!. iWfl ' Pl ° kea With ^ *®* 6 pare ^itkl a liberal sprinklingofS S^?S^ ^ S*S* *5g» * ^«on ^ yo^U 6lwply be « W «4 at the 4» noon teaf a dress or eveS oc±, tO t nd CW up towi1 * * &*® ^ #* I Picked" and shows it ^ Sl ° ?l< Svery st ^^d ev«rv"'material is " $7.95 $11.75 v * .<!

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