Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1932 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1932
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We Buy v > V Old Gold Silver and Platinum ; Snectacle frames, watch cases and gold filled jewelry. Look over your trinkets which you 'think have no value. We ' give you full value in» trade or cash at assayed value. No charge to give you an estimate. F. W. WEHLER & CO, Jewelers and ' Optometrists. Phone 240. Sunday in the Robt. Wegener grove and a number from the local con- I FAIRV CHUf LIE'S CHHAS MISSION FEAST Well Known Mourn Uncle at Rockwell Whittemore, Farlvllle, held Aug. 2—St. Its mission Bancroft, Aug. 2 — John MaGa- hern, Rockwell, died a,t hie home last week and funeral services were John's,! held Wednesday. Mr. McGahern la festival an uncle of Jim and Nick Sheridan add Mrs. G. H. Doyle. Relatives from here who attended 1 th y e funeral Krecatlon attended morning and af-jare the Sheridans, Mrs. Doyle, Mrs. ternoon. The Rev. H. A. Gambler,| J. A. Devlne W. A Murray Mrs. St. Paul, preached in the- morning A. ,H. Delterlng, and Mary Sheri- In both German and American, and FOR SERVICE the Rev. O. C. Geisler, Spencer, preached In the afternoon in American. Music "was furnished by SuiU. H. F* Muller's Fort Dodge orchestra, which ptayed carols and a concert at noon. Mr. Muller was formerly parochial teacher here. The ! I Rev. H. D. Stahmer, Fairvllle pastor, the Rev. Mr. Geisler, the Rev. Mr. Gambler, and the Rev. Mr. Iva- belitz, Fenton, are former students ' together at Davenport. The Falr- | ville Aid served dinner. fjlrls Lose to Cylinder — • The "Whites," girls' kittenball team, played their fifth game against Cylinder Sunday on the local diamond, and lost, 10-6... It rained during most oE the game, so only 5te innings were played. The locals ha'd tough luck sliding on the >vet diamond. Edwin Wlchtendahl, ,of West Bjend,. was umpire; Joseph Goeders, Cylinder, base umpire. Sunday's lineup was: Lydia. Meyer, catcher; Lillian Kuecker, pitcher; dan. DON'T DELAY! 1 But send us your Fur Coats For alterations and repairs... -,We- : represent one of the best Fur Houses in the state."" Perhaps you need a new FALL SUIT Our Custom Made Suits are guaranteed as to material and workmanship. Suits at $21.50 With 2 pair pants Get your hats cleaned and reblocked. Modern Dry Cleaners Don't forget to send us yonr rugs. Relatives Visit the Kennedys— •Mrs. E, Kennedy, granddaughter Lavonne Sandburg, of Hutchlnson, Minn., her sisters, Mrs. 'Dan McDon- dugh, of Edmonton, Canadil, and Mrs. Geo. Howe, of Duluth, and Elva Martin, of Hutchinson, spent last week Wednesday and Thursday at the Mrs. 'L. F. and.A. W. Kennedy homes. Pastor Will Return This Week— The Rev. and Mrs. C. E..Bryden, daughter Helen, Mr. Green, and Lena Bennett are expected back from their trip through the west this week. 'Sunday the parish will give a grand welcome to the Bry- dens and dinner will be served in the Baptist church basement. convention. .Torn Is a delegate'from the McKlnnon Post, s Hove Picnic at Fairmont Park— Rosella Voight. first; Matilda Vaudt, second; Eldora Dau, third; Tlllle Wagner, left short; Evelyn Voight, right short; Edna ' Schultz,. If; Linda Roeber, cf; Elda Baas, rf. Evelyn Voight and Matilda Wagner pitched after Kuecker played out. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Schiltz, Mike Droessle'r family, Mr. the and Loans . I or leas obtained quickly on Fur. vattnre, Automobiles and Live Stock For additional information coll, write, or phone CONFIDENTIAL LOANS To SCHOOL TEACHERS If Not Near » Representative Write Us I>lrect. See CUNNINGHAM & LACY PHONE 698 ALGONA Representing Federal Finance Co., Deg Molneg OLD SORES SOON HEALED .r MONEY BACK Never think you have toVpu't 5<up With old sores. You don't! And you shouldn't for they may lead to something serious. No matter how long, you have had them, get after them at once with Emerald Oil and they'll heal over as nice as can toe in no time. If this soothing, healing, antl septic oil doesn't quickly clear .them tip, says Druggist E. W. 'Lusby get your money back and see a doctor. SAVE and Invest You can save from $1 to $24 per month or invest any sum up to $2880. Your money secured by -LEGAL RIES99RVE. Insurance protection included. Guaranteed return Write for full information. No obligation. Thrift Department PACIFIC STATES LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 431 Hlgioy lild*.. Cedar ttaplds, la. WE CALL FOR W/DELIVER YOUR • SMTP • =Elk Cleaners and Tailors Pbone MM A D VA NCE ^Hii^^gP *"riiTtf-r'n L iir "—E~-j""-uir m^*^m^j^fr Sisters Observe Silver Jnbllee— At Mt. Loretta, near Dubuque, a few days ago, Sisters 'Mary Beatrice, Mary Cecelia, and Mary Reglna, of Presentation academy, celebrated their silver jubilee as nuns. There was solemn'high mass at 8:30 a.' m., with a sermon preached by the Rev. E. V. Foley, who sketched the dedication of the Sisters 25 years ago and compared it with the fuller joy, the richer grace, and the harvest of good work of the jubilee day. Former Residents In Visit- Mrs. Gottlieb Fehnske, of Oak Park. 111., accompanied by her sons, Arthur and Erwin, visited here Sunday. The Fehnskes formerly lived here, and had visited at Raymond and New Ulm, Minn., before coming to Whittemore. They left.Sunday evening for Algona to visit at Henry Lavrenz's,. They left Monday for Easton, Minn. Twins StIU at. Mason Cltv— Mr. Bartlett and sister-in-law drove to Mason City Sunday to visit Mrs. Bartlett and the Bartlett twins. The twins were taken to a Mason City hospital a week or so ago to be under a specialist's care. They are showing progress, but it is not certain yet just -how- long they have to stay in Mason City. Hoy Taken to «U' Hospital- Tom, young son of Mr. and Mrs. James 'Butler, had a leg broken some time ago. Recently he was brought home from an Algona hospital^ and last week Tuesday he was taken to Iowa City. Mrs. Catherine O'Brien, Mr. Butler, and Tom's brother Edward accompanied him in the Swanson ambulance. Three Ijeare for C. 3T. T. C.— Patrcik Cullen, William Higgins, and Eddie Heller have gone to Fort Snelling, Minn., where they have entered a citizens' military training camp for 30 days. This is Patrick's first year, William and Eddie were at the same camp last year. Baseball Team Defeats Bolfe— The local baseball team defeated Rolfe Sunday 12-9 on the local diamond. 'Five ' different batteries -were used for the game and "Schimmel" Kuecker and Ralph knocked a home run. Keene " each Swanson Taking Embalming Course <L. W. Swanson, Whittemore furniture dealer, is temporarily at home from St. Louis, where he is taking an embalming course. He found the recent hot weather hard to bear in that southern climate. Rim Over by Tank Wagon — Charles Stelnbach fell from the water tank last week, and his nose was badly injured. The tank wagon ran over his leg and badly bruised -it. Other Whittemore Hews. . Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith •drove to- Seneca last Thursday evening to call on Mr. Heidenwith's sister, Mrs. Henry Kueck, and were accompanied by little Betty Ann Kueck, who had been visiting the Heidenwiths two weeks. Ellsworth, son of the Heidenwiths, stayed at the Kueck home for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Koepke and Mr. and Miis. Bronsurg, Watertown, Wls., visited last week at Wm. Rusch's Jr. They were on their \ way home from South Dakota after attending a funeral for a brother of Mrs. Koepke. •Esther Behnke and Bernlce Balgeman returned last Thursday evening •from a week at Bernice's sister, Mrs. C. C. Johnson's, Mallard. They were accompanied home by Walter Ditch and Jerry Noewack, who went back that night. 1 Mrs. Roy .Bjustrom, Algona, and Mrs. Harold Kuecker and Lillian Heidenwith, Whittemore, helped Mrs. J. E. Walker cook for threshers last Thursday. Mrs. Bjustrom Mrs. Kuebker are (Slaughters of Mr. and Mrs. Walker. .Sunday evening dinner guests at Harold Kuecker's were the Carl Walkers, Goldfleld, 'Harold Walker, Marie Soles, Gail Jergenson, Algona, Ralph Walker, Lillian Heidenwith, and Lloyd Walker, Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thlemann, of Minnesota, visited Sunday with Mrs. Thiemann's sister, Mrs. Fred Hein- rlchs. Edgar Helnrich accompanied them 'back to Minnesota, after % week at home with his parents. . A boy. the third child, was born last week to the Peter Haaga. south of town. Bank Dividend. •Liverraore, Aug. 2 — The Farmers Savings bank," closed eight months ago, la paying it* flr»t dividend of 10 per cent, which rejatpe* »»,700. Mrs. Frank Foth and son, the A. W. Schiltz children, 'Jessie Stebritz, and the Ed Hatton family, of Stacyville, enjoyed a picnic at Fairmont Sunday. . \ Girl Is Born to the F. J. Welps— The F. J. Welps have a girl,'born last week Tuesday. She has been named Elizabeth Ann. The Welps now have three boys 'and three girls. Mr. Welp owns the Standard Oil station on highway No.'169. Delegate,to Legion Meeting—' Tom Garry left Monday 'for Fort Dodge to attend the state Legion Other Bancroft News. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Becker returned to Mason City Sunday after a week here. Mr. Becker la employed at the Decker packing plant. They visited at'the Mrs.,'Josephine Becker and Frank Lappe""homes. -Mrs. Becker was Rosalyn Lappe before her .marriage. Leander Schulta, of 'Remsen, visited at the.'P. J. Schiltz and Henry Delterlng homes last week. He returned to Remseh Thursday and Margaret Delterlng returned to Remsen with him for a week with relatives. Robert Clement,, of Hettlnger, N. D., is visiting at J. A. Clement's. Mr. and Mrs. Mike* Stripling and children, of Lu Verne, spent Sunday at the Henry and J. A, Clement homee. Mrs. Stripling will .be remembered as Jessle^Clement. Mr. and Mrs. D. "W. McKenzIe and two sons of Toronto; ? 'Can., are visiting at Mrs. Jphn Looft's. 'Mrs. Mc- Kenzle is a daughter of Mrs. <Looft. They expect to remain In the states for four weelce. •Doris McCoy came from Brltt Monday and Tuesday, and with Ruth Adolphson and Emma and Esther Adolphsbn left for Pequot, Minn., where Ruth will be' employed for some time. Kenneth Howe, eon of the. Rev. and Mrs. A. A. Howe, of Buffalo Center, Is helping his. grandfather, Dr. E. A. Howe, during the busy eason. Mrs. J. H.' Lynch and daughter Joan, of Sioux City, Is visiting, this SLEEPING ROOMS FOR the Modern Woodman for 'August reports the allowance of a death claim for H«0 In favor of the beneficiary of the late Peter Jenkins, Algona. The Pestotnlk service statfbn on east State street will ' give away three tons of coal October 1, particulars may be learned cabling at the station. « Two appendicitis operations been performed during ' the have last week at the Hart, Williams, and Segar homes. Mrs. Segar is Mre. Lynch's mother. Alice Grethan, employed at the Dr. J. E. Devlne office, spent her vacation.'last week 1 at her'home In Mallard. UNION TWP, CLUB WILL PIGNIGK AT CALL STATE PARK Union Twp., Aug. Z —Mrs. Mary De Graw, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Julia Dearchs, entertained the Mothers & Daughters club last Thursday; program: club song, Mildred De Graw at piano; paper, Budgeting Time and Friends, Mrs., Helen Vogel. The hostesses served a tray lunch. The attention of the club members Is called to changes in meeting places for the next ; month. On August 11 the club will meet at the Ambrose A. Call state park. The Alethean 4-H girls will be guests and give the program. On August 25 Mrs. 'Mame Hofius and her daughter, Mrs. Lulu Elston, Burt, will be hostesses. Clilcagoans Visiting 1 Here- Mr, and Mrs. Fred Willrett Jr., Chicago, are spending a vacation with Kossuth relatives. Last week Tuesday they were entertained at •Fred's brother Herman's, and other guests were the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Willrett Sr., Plum Creek, sister -Elsie, brother Eric, and sister-in-law. Mrs. Rudolph Willrett. Fred Jr. is a mechanic. Farmers Busy at Threshing— Threshing is the farmer's job these days, and the women are equally busy, cooking meals. Even with a good yield the income is exceedingly low and rather discouraging. Other Union. The Alfred Jergensona have often found themselves marooned on their farm., following the flood waters of spring or after heavy summer rains. This has already happened two or three times this year. The grade of a gravelled road past the farm and to the east of the entrance has now been raised, and eventually the plan is to raise it to the west, when county funds permit. Jack 'Frost returned to Chicago last Thursday, after two weeks at Sunnybrook farm. Mr. Frost and Mrs. Alfred Jergenson are cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Dixon are parents of a girl, born July. 1, the fifth child and fifth Kirl. Mr. Dixon works for Chester Bailey. Lone Rock The Mason City butter truck, while loading butter at the creamery, backed into the fire hydrant and broke a pipe, sending up a spurt of water. The city water had to be shut off till the hydrant was repaired. A birthday dinner was given in DICKINSON (Continued-from page 1.) ate does Its work. He named outstanding men In both the republican and the democratic parties who have led in safe legislation; also some of the "Individualists". in the Senate wh,o cannot get anything done because they cannot work with anyone else. The patriotic cooperation of republicans and democrats has resulted in^much legislation to combat the depression, he said. Herman Hauberg presided-at the club's meeting in the absence of President Geo. W. Godfrey. Questions Boosevelt Claim. Opening the mid-western repub-. llcan campaign Saturday, .Senator 'Dickinson delivered a radio message which was featured in the daily •paper's. The Senator got into the headlines again when he dispatched a telegram to Governor Roosevelt following a radio speech in which the governor .quoted a'n alleged democratic St. Lawrence river sea highway platform plank which in fact was not adopted by the recent democratic convention at Chicago. POLITICS week, one on Mrs. Joseph Hanselmann, Algona, Monday, another on Verla 'Fisher, West Bend, Sunday. Herman'fF. Hood Is about to open an "I. O. A. 11 'grocery store at Humboldt. For some time he has been associated with his father who operates a similar store at Bancroft. Local boys with slingshots :>, have had to be warned against fighting by Marshal Green, also against breaking windows. The slingshot fad runs Its course about this time every summer. Local Methodists will have a "get- together" meeting at the Ambrose A." Call state park Sunday, August 14. A picnic dinner Is' planned, and speakers are being engaged. P. A. Danson and Mrs.-A. A. Bishop are In charge. v •H. V. Hull, Kossuth County State bank examlner-th-charge, Is advertising the building occupied by Dutton & tLeffert .and the-Spencer chick hatchery tor sale at auction at the courthouse next Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Algona Grays will play Fen:on on the local diamond south of the swimming pool next , Sunday. The locals were defeated by Emmetsburg, 10-3, at 'Emmetsburg Sunday.- Watts and Braner will probably pitch next 'Sunday. P. V. Mathison, who has helped.In the George Hanson blacksmith shop at times, was taken to the state hospital at Cherokee by Sheriff Hdvey Tuesday, At a hearing Monday he, wae adjudged a victim of alcoholic insanity. Dr. M. G.' Bourne served' as physician member of the county Insanity board In the absence of Dr. C. -H.-.Ccetzmeyer. Archie Hutchison and District Court Clerk Orton are the other'members. SEVEN FROM KOSSUTH IN SUMMER MILITARY CAMPS Robert J. Harrington goes to Fort Des Mbines Monday to enter the C. M. T. C. for two weeks. John Shirley, who will also attend, goes to Dubuque Saturday to leave nis wife with her parents while he is away. Both young men: took advanced military training at the state university and are second lieutenants in the reserve. P. A. Danson, who will attend at Fort Snelling,-Minn., August 18-31, is ''a, first lieutenant. Others in Kossutih. county'at camp this summer are: Patrick Cullen, William Higgins;. and Edward Heller, Whittemore, and Melvin Shilts, Algona. ENT,*" 1 Mrs. Spurbeck, Bast gtate at. 'Sfrtf FOR 'RENT — MODERN HOUSE close in; reasonable rent. — 'Photic 496. _ FOR RENT— SMAIA, HOUSED" I.tf town; partly modern* — Call. 2F31. v WA'NTBD—PLOWING, $1 per afefe/ —Harry Seeley, phone 27'F13, 'Algona. ; , MODERN 6-OROOM HOUSE AN.A bungalow for rent, close in.—Dr. F. L. Tribon. • 12047 ALGONA'S REAL SHOE SHOP'—| Shoes half soled for less than $1.00 during August. 12p4T REAL. ESTATE — RENTALS-"small loans-—insurance. — 'Algona Insurance Agency. 1 MODERN APARTMENT FOR:relit\ •Kossuth County State Bank fix- to pay City o/ August 2nd . past seven and one-inif Ai|P$fcfett« far above 1 kerptents 'arid at present I an , "flower atrat& 26 ptf dent higher t H'Vllnes and also, &2 fcer cent higher u u^te&at Sp^hcer/Iowa.'" , S lve a complete report RISING. amlner in'Charge. lluSltf INS (Continued from page 1.) honor of Geo. Hanna at Frank Dacken's last Thursday. On the following day a birthday dinner was given honoring Everett Hanna at the Emil Laabe home. A large crowd attended both dinners. The Otis Sanders' attended a family reunion- picnic at the Ambrose i A. Call park at Algona Sunday with 29 present. The.Hugh Walshes are parents of a girl, born 'Sunday evening. Mrs. Erneat Jensen and son came home Friday after a week's visit at Ten Mile lake with Mrs. Lizzie Jensen. The latter came home with her to stay for a short time. Mrs. Oliver Stowe, of Dolllver, and Mrs. Ethel Benjamin and son visited at Hugh Marlow's Friday. Mrs. Benjamin ang son will stay here for a visit with her father. Gordon and Donald Blanch'ard, Clarence Macumber, Charles Schick, and Hugo Worthington were at Dr. Peter's, at Burt, last week. Mrs. C, Ackerman, Lois Trainer, of Burl, and Gertrude Sage . were callers at Frank Flaig's -last week Wednesday. Mrs. Wm. Chrlstenspn, and Mrs. Laurence Zweifel. and daughter, were visitors at Chas. Morris's last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. OrvlUe Rosendanl, of Superior, and the Forrest Rouses, were Sunday visitors at WUUain Krauae's, Ernest Krueger. of Burt, and the Chas, Morrises wwe visitors at A. P. Kramer's, at the money. Seven others had returned it in 1930 and 1931 before the supreme court decided the question. Of the eight who have returned the money since the decision Senator Patterson is one of only three who voluntarily added interest %r the time it was out of the state treasury. The-following list of the nine legislators'who have repaid in 1932, all In July, has been received from the treasurer of state under date of Monday: Sen. E. W. Clark, Cerro Gordo.$486 Rep. John Rylander. 'Marshall _$409 Rep. C. H. Nelson, Hancock j|366 Rep. E. O. Hels;ason, Emmet—$495 Sen. John W. Kent, Pocahontas-341 Sen. Geo. W. Patterson, Kossuth 480 Rep. Z. C. Ratllff,.~Henry $265 Rep. Homer Hush, Page $464 ALBONIAN WILL OPEN NEW CLOTHES SHOP AT 6ARNER W.'S. liee, who has been employed at the Chrlstensen store, has resigned, and this week goes to Garner, where he'will-open a readX'to- wear shop September 1. Mr. Lee had been jpindow decorator and sign man at the store here during the last few yea,re, The "Lees have been occupying a tenant house on south Harlan owned by Bert Deal. The family will move to Garner about August 15. TWO MORE OIL STATIONS TO BE OPENED HERE SOON A new oil station,' the fqurth new one in Algona -this' season, is being buflt on the corner south of the. Milwaukee depot by Mike Dieter, of Freeburg-, Mo., who plans to be ready for business September 1. He bought a small building .formerly used for an oil station on west McGregor street and will add a email addition for a home at the rear. He bought two lots on the corner. Still another to be operated by the Shell oil company, will be built on the H. R. Cowan lot west of the Northwestern freight depot. Autos In Collision. Burt, Aug. 2 — Dale Kearns and a son of Will Fish, Whittemore, collided with- a car carrying three Fairmont youths near Lone Rock Sunday night. -The DQVS were brought to Doctor Peters' office, where their injuries were cared, for. None were seriously hurt, but the cars were badly damaged. . low rates — full coverage.— Alg()na Insurance Agency. 9u3«tf SMALL LOANS MADE—460 UP ,to $300—no waiting.. Loans made ;'at once.—Algona Insurance Agency ^ . 16}l««tf LOST — PAIR OF BLACK gloves last'week Wednesday even-?, ing on West State st. — Call Advance, )-16u47 WANTED—IFURNI9HED LIGHT-, housekeeping rooms by'man and wife, no children; references givenH —Call Advance. . ' 16p47 \LOST, SUNDAY, JULY 24, LOST Island Lake,' Boston Brindle white female toy -bull puppy; <rewar 1 d'. ( --" i K.' H. Kaserman.Sraettinger. " THE " MOSTOUTSTAINDING^TERE "offer we have ever known — ii-SO 1 . allowance for tire and tube now in ervlce.' This brings the exchange J price as low as $2.69'for a first line, | 6-ply, G & J Stalwart plus tub«*r- Qamble Stores. , '.'.'. _ . 39-47 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS " Sealed bids will 'be received, at th« office of the County Auditor at Algona, Iowa ; until 10:00 a. m. AUg-! ust 18, 1932, for furnishing, ''labor and material/ necessary In the conn struction of four bridge -abutments, involving approximately 152 cu. yds. of concrete. Further information may be secured at the office' of the county engineer, Algona. Iowa. <• August 3, 1930. <& BERTHA E. JOHNSON, 47-48 County Auditor; . Suffers Hemorrhage. Livermore, Aug. 2 — Mrs. Edward Capesius suffered a nasal hemorrhage Tuesday and was .taken iFort Dodge for an operation. Numerous relatives by marriage live at or near Algona. Lights for Tennis. 'Ledyard, Aug. 2—Electric lights were installed 'Friday at the tennis court by the club, so the game can be played in the evening. NOTICE In the -District Court of ; Iowa, In' and for Kossuth county. ' ' . State.of'Iowa,. Plaintiff;., vs.- One Certain Chevrolet Sedan Automobile, 1929 Model, 'Factory.. No, 100666, Motor No. 1267614, License No. &5-6460, Defendant. To Mrs. James Robinson: You are hereby notified that on the 7th day of July, A. D. 1932, the above styled automobile was taken into custody by L. E. Hovey, Sheriff of Kossuth county, 'Iowa, for the' reason :thit the same was being used for the^illegal transportation of In-i toxicatirig liquor in Kossuth county, State of Iowa. . i You are further notified that -In-j formation against said conveyance' has been filed in the above entitled j Court as provided under Sectiortr 2009 of the 1931-Code of Iowa', aak- ing that said conveyance be dealt j with according to law, That 'hearing on said matter will come on before the District Court of Kosauth county, Iowa, at the Court House, Algona, Iowa, on the 12th day of* September, A. D. 1932, at 2 o'clock | p. m. of said day, at which time and! place you may appear and show j cause, if any you have, why aatd' conveyance should .not *»e forfeited »nd condemned as provided by lawi TJated this 29th day of July, A^ D, 1932. . " ' • • \ .' (Signed) , •' GAYLORD D. SHUMWAY, • County Attorney of Kossuth County, Iowa. • ''•'"ix; • i *•>>*• A <y-«* & Food Bargain* at A»P This W. . Cane Sugar - " 100)b«.C&H$4.45 25lbsC&HJi - '.---!.,.... .M' • •>..,. -^ ,.„.-,.. t,i. 1-. ... . ,' -f. ...,,, - "^l, ^ , Beet Sugar . bag-$425 25 Ib. bag -1 GOLD MEDAL CAKE FLQUR Time to bake • cake ... and time to bay Gold Medal Cake Flour...Special low price this week IWna Ik* Plato Apricot* . . . PKO. iOe NO. 10 CAN 37c Thousand Ulaml Drmslng . Donwstk Sardine*! . 7 K-«IZECAN fc |>i*m*d«ry Grapefruit . 2HO.zeAN8.a9c Kwi-UlaMoii . . . .- . . CAN iOe O«M Butt, km Ptaka* PALMOLIVE Grwt AHBHfc ft fedfe Uo C*. DANCE AT HALL OVER 1 MISBA.OH STORE 8ATUEDAY, AUGUST 6 by Eddy's CetebrHles. Admission 35o couple. Extra women, IOe, nnannnannn WIENfOB STEP-OUT What sort of impression do you give? Are your clothes immaculate, and freshly press* ed to assure your smartness? We'-ll keep them always look^ ing brand new and at most economical prices. Our work is guaranteed . . . our prices 'are low . . . and we offer you the service of calling for and delivering your clothes. ELK TAILOHS PHONE If °Wea EVCry ^ il>re Su5 ' te ™ OUI> St °' nish that sl^plrfo? now 'vn,!" 58 ?,, 8 ' 41 * 8 mt ^ er **»*» Wy tbem over. B<?tter| ^ un panor now^you w iU »ww^ jtaJl^W prices. j SHiieceUiiliiilsiereilSiiitl'taJlli IPWSIWT^^*'^"'^ Glider Swi* A few ice REFRIGERATORS Both new aiwj used, go- Buy now for futurJS invested. Grass Rug ....-_ *^* There is Richardson'* . •*•*« i _ "• ?*"?;£*,

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