Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 1, 1932
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D'e ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m^^^^^^^^^^^^^. Specials ?TOW AKB SAVE j . •. „_-. l!l tt ^ d ^toP*"* 6 o«r prices with, others g Ml SAVE 25 TO 40C ON THE DOLLAR "tlFH*: TMV.V A in? 98c 39c .39c $1.00 49c 10c ABE atld girls' school shoes, unmakes, Sizes up to 2 blue overalls, ielved a new shipment oy g' school, shirts, «st grades of broadcloth school-paftts, Ikies up to $2.50, pair ._ [lot of sweaters, stthe kind for school __ cktngs, regular 25c grade, "sizes, all colors, pair. These stockings are selling today at our best stores for, pair 25c. rack children's hool dresses ; _ school oxfords, gj Qo ; grade, worth $3.50, our price $ I .3o lien's black oxfords, • g* Qo ather soles and jeather heels — 4& I •WQ ten's'solid leather work shoes, lather soles and leather heels, pair [big lot of Peter Pans to i out at; yard;.:———: Is young men's suits left, just he suit for school, size.s up" to 18 school caps, • ut they go _-—-._—— _ dies New Fall hats just -received this £4 g\f\ ek, why pay $3.00 or $5.00. Our price 9 I *UU [•rack.boys' oxfords and men's.shoes in lislot, your choice,ipair _____ dies' kid pumps and ties, new Pall ilioes, values up to $5.00, our price bEffiZ BICE FLAKES $1.98 15c $2.95 10c Fruit Jar Rubbers st grade, I dozen Jlason jar aps |0c sack 25c 23c 5c P. and G. soap, 10 bars Crackers, 2 Ib. box ._ $1.00 $1.98 27c 19c Per can. Malt Syrup 33c ALGONA BUTTER 1 1 1 Bloom's Store WHEN YOU COME3 TO THE COUNTY FAIR • EAT Taylor-Made IT IS PtJllE—YOU'LL LIKE IT Sold by first-class dealers everywhere. Algona's Finest Food Store BASKET GROCERY j@M «-E ASHLAND PROPRIETOR 'ALGONA. IOWA PHONE 103 "Quality at a Price" i—AJWST 81 TO SEPT. 8, INCLUSIVE 0c fcteup,. ' bottle , r ' r _j, lackers, 2 lbs. ' * ^ * grade ..,.,„.„ 4,# C t'Butter, • lbs. f or American Lye, 3 cans 25c for iac acaroni, Pkg. •. Plour, I**. ,_ Salmon, 5c «yl 8 Lye, 5e Kellog's Bran Flakes, Pep, or Whole Wheat Flakes, O f ~ 3 pkgs -St)!/ Gold Medal Flour, "kitchen tested, 49 Ib. Unista Flour, guaranteed, 49 lbs. Peter Pan Flour, guaranteed, 49 lbs. _ Rub No More, large pkgr. * Ivory Fiakeb, large pkg. —— 10QU«e» free Chart .'/; Meat Department IRVINGTON TO HAVE MUSICAL SUNDAY NIGHT Inrlngton, Aug. 30—A public sa- j cred music, program will be presented Sunday evening at 8 o'clock , at the Irvlngton church. A special Pfferlng will he taken up. The program follows; I Awakening chorus, chorus; Scripture rending, ]je8 t t>1 . wnison; prayer, The Rev. A. English; solo, In the Garden, Mabcllno Miller; duet Wci como tor Me, Mrs. William Bold, ridge and daughter Albertha; solo, I How Lonely Are Thy, Dwellings, | Mrs. Casey Lo.ss; duet, He Keeps Me Singing, Vern Christ! and'Wm. Boldridge; violin solo, The Flower bong, M. W. .Loss; reading, The Books of the .Bible, Helen Schulz- 'solo, That Sweet Story of Old, Shirley Mae Honey;» solo, The Stranger of Galilee, Mrs. D. D. Sparks; duet, AfeVANCE; ALGQNA. and School Book Exchange is Success atTitonka Titonka, Aug. 30—A community, used schoolbook exchange sponsored by the Parent-Teacher association has .fumigated and disposed o£ 247 books. Mrs. S. ,J. DcVries, president of the P. T. A., helped the committee in charge. Mrs. Torgerson, Mrs. Carl F. Cnlllea. Nellie Nelson, and Mrs. W. J. Denton, chairman, gave three clays to the work. Much appreciated cooperation was given by Supt. Hoon and Dick Harms, janitor, at the schoolhouse, where the exchange was conducted. I.ogrlon Auxiliary Unit Mecls— The local Legion Auxiliary unit met. Friday with Mrs. Sadie Denton, president, for a work meeting and a radio party. Mrs. Pearl Ricklefs, welfare chairman, and Mathilda Falk, rehabilitation chairman, were hostesses. The radio broadcast waH from Ames, a Mrs. Hall talking for Mrs. Oscar Thompson, department president, who was out of the state. Theodore Dunmlre will be coach. There are no changes in teachers except in English and music. Velnin Larson Is Itrlde — Velma, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Larson, who, because of poor health, has been teaching in New Mexico, wns lately married. It Is reported her husband Is a teacher in the same school. Attend National Trup Slioot— Stanley Fisher visited his sister Mrs. John Boyken, Woden, during the absence of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Fisher, In Ohio, where they attended a national trapshoot, returning Sunday. Student Jfiirsp Is Sick— ter. Mrs. Clarence Winter. Sunday. dny with the daughter, Marguerite Mason City, who was sick last week with bronchial pneumonia. She Is . in training at Mercy hospital. -, ,,, .„, j_^ t *jj«n i\», Long Ago, Mrs. V. J. Schichtl Mrs. T. 10. Wickwire. ,-.*.«.«*....., , v( ,u WU.M uu Musicale reading, The Legend of Amending the meeting were Laura the Twilight Bell, Mrs. A. McLean; I Hansen - Sophie Conradl, Cleo Nel- solo, The Holy City, Airs. Austin fSon ' Nellie and Julia Nelson, Jennie Summers; plnno solo, The Robin's Ereen . and Martha Talk. Mrs. Leo \ta-wn rif,, Return, Rachel Becker; girls' <juar- I Marks ' Eldora - ^nd the two daugh- i J h * S °" m '^ tot. One . Common Faith, Ruby ! ters of Mr - and Mrs. John Falk were pi..,, , "'?! T '" gueste.. i Hospital. . , Ruby Koupke, Verna< Pflefer, Elsie and Bffie Egel; solo, The Voice in the Wilderness, Bernlce Wilson; benediction, Hev. A. English. Asltln Son In Hospital— Mrs. Esther Askin nnd her mother, Mrs. Emma Heifner, went to ' •••«=""sa <JL uie congregation I Mason City Sunday to visit a aon of '" ld a11 members and friends are in- th» f —,„„ ....... ... pntlont at the vited. They are of special Interest thin year because it Is the last time SHOWER HONORS RECENT BRIDE AT GOOD HOPE Good Hope, Aug. 30—Mrs. Wm. Treptow and Mrs. James Knoll were guests Friday at a shower at Will Knoll's in honor of the recent marriage of the daughter Minnie to Arthur Baker. Sixty-five attended, and many gifts were presented. The affair was arranged by Lone Rock church friends. After March 1 the Bakers will have the farm of the late William Martin, a mile west of the Good Hope church. Mr. Martin was the bride's grandfather, and on that farm she was born. Quarterly Conferences This Week— The last quarterly Methodist conferences of the year for Good Hope and Whittemore will be held at Goo! Hope Friday at 8 p. m. and at Whittemore Saturday at the same hour. District Supt. Lease, In charge, will pi-each at Good Hope Rcrtninly, and at Whittemore if advisable. These are the annual busl- "«*' '"-tings of the congregation, Typical Sale | Values EVERYDAY Attend 'Aux' Instruction School- Mrs. W. J. Denton, 8th district Legion Auxiliary vice committee- Other Titonka News. The Gilliams and a grandson Martin Gilliam, all of Brandon, were • " •—- •— ••"""" VIUUU.IU, mi or urunaon, were Irvlngton Men Stopped bj- Pickets— ™ om!in - ana Ml 'S- Luella Schenck, of week-end guests at Jay Btulion-V Kenneth Roney drove his truck to ' count y chairman, will drive to also Mrs. C. E. Ward Los Ansele--' Des Molnes Saturday morning ao . ] Wesley this week Thursday, and who is visiting Iowa and Illinois M"thndl.st churolnV Sun'dav ""*'* companletl by men and boys, to ' e ' b ° J0l " ed '" y Mrs " B> M< liela "ves and from here goes to Mo- si'lti'd n thr B" Wtlr'n f v r £~ ,™ Grotewold, WInnebago chairman, line, 111., where a daughter lAullne section of Mrs. L. W. i JJoctor Lease will be with us in"hls present capacity. Lay DcIcgatrM Arc Tsmiicil— .' Election of lay delegates to the XorthwenJ Iowa. Conference from the Whittcmorp nnd Good Hope M"thndl.st churches. Sunday, re- spend the day at the state fair. The Broun was Robert Spurgeon, Donald 'Frnnkl, A. McLean, Jack Spurgeon, Donald Skllling, Paul Watson, Percy Schichtl. Ben and Howard Butterfield. and Mrs. J. C. Underkofler, of Brltt, Hancock chairman, with Whom they AJ ilv . IUC will go to Fort Dodge to attend a, are sisters. will Join her. Mrs. Mary Rolterman, sjnd Ward, ?Jr«. Mrs. Crtlllum school of instruction conducted by Mrs. Marie Standley, Boone, Swanson, delegqtp. L. W. Swanson, "'tornate. from Whittemore, and A. R. Crulkshanki delegate, D. C. Gardner nltermUe, from Good Hope. A canvas was stretched over ,. . , — • — the truck box for protection from dlstrlct committeewoman. rain, and roused suspicion among picket men endeavoring to enforce the Farmers Holiday movement. Tho truck was stopped near Dee Moincs. The boys reported seeing loaded trucks turned back. They enjoyed the day at the fair and after the evening performance in front of the grandstand started home, cause of'the heavy rains-.they not arrive home till Be- dld 5 the next morning. Donald Frankl remained in Des Molnes to visit relatives and see more of the fair. 3Ir8. Snriili Clnpp, 80, Dies— Word was received last week of the death of Mrs..'Sarah Clapp, SO, at Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. Clapp wax a slater of the late J. B. Robison and Wesley Robison, and visited Mrs. ,T. 'B. Roblson, the M. L. j Roneys, and other relatives here last' summer. She was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Howith, also of Los Angeles, and her son Elmer, of i Boone. The 'body was brought to Boone by Mrs. Howith and her sister, Mrs. Gertrude Ebersole, of Los Angeles. Funeral services were h'eld In Boone Sunday. Mrs. Clapp was the last of a large family, many known to older residents of Algona and Irvingto'n. The Clapps were also former Boone 'residents. Mr. Clapp died several years ago. Mrs. Clapp is survived by her two daughters and one son Elmer. : She suffered with pleurisy and heart trouble. Ten High Cream Checks— The ten high cream checks for last month follow; Nick Hseach, $173.13; Bruno Sleeker, $109.20; A. Schram, $84; Chris Brandt, '$78.20; J. A. Harms $77.20; Jennie Hansen ^ l » e . $74.20; Warner Smidt, $62.00; Edw. State fair Zweifel, $62.20; Bartlett & Sons, $61; J. Koestler, $60.29. Arthur Jay Budlong, accompanied . 8th by Arlo Larson, drove to Clarion !>' iMs Hn'lils IV. K SHo— 'Saturday to visit Kermit Larson. Will Dodrlo '.-, completing'a capa- who works In a hotel there. Arthur ciou« s!lo of stave and redwood sid- Jay purchased a. new car there, a ' - - - model A 'Ford. The J. D. Breens, the Elmer Pet- ersens, the George Hlggins family, and the Jerry Breens attended the are | last Mr. Mrs. Daughter for Frank Fishers— .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher •parents of ' a daughter, born Thursday night, the first child Fisher has a garage here „. Mayme Wentz, R. 'N., Is caring for Mrs. Fisher and the baby. Schools to Reopen Monday— The Buffalo consolidated schools will open next Monday, with C. A. Hoon as superintendent again. The' Epworth League gave an ice cream'social last Thursday night at! the Charles iPhelps home, and it wa; a big success. The Dick Harms family drove to Mason City and visited the daughter, , Mrs. Clarence Winter Sunday The A. M. Petersons drove to Rochester Sunday to spend the day with a sister of Mr. Peterson. E'-nrrtt Peterson, W. J. iDenton Krfn Peterson, and Arthur G. Falk flnlind nt Clear Lake Sunday. Th° Harm Harringas are parents of another son, born last Thursday Florida Visitors at Wesley Going Home 4-H t'liil) (jlrls In Program—, Riverdale 4-H club girls and friends gave a program at the Worster schoolhouse last week Friday, evening. A good crowd attended and after the program a candy eale was held and $5.70 was. cleared. Program numbers were given by William Boldrldge; trombone solo, James 'Love; a girls' quartet; reading', Gordon Worster; reading, Rosetta Barker; piano solo, Ilda Pat terson; reading, Albertha Bold ridge; reading, Elizabeth Lenners and a boys' quartet. "•" , -: Party Honors 1'hjllls Uaxm'll— A birthday party honoring' Phyllis Maxwell was given at h'er. • grand mother, Mrs. Morris Parson's, 'lae Thursday afternoon. '011681? Esther Schepprrian, Or'villa Hudion Berneda 'Studer, 'Betty Miller, 'Ariella Lemkee, Anna Mae and Ella Hdrr Bernadlne' Riley, Tlielma . Spurgeon Dean Morlock, Marjorle Riley, Barbara and, Charlene Rutledge, Camilla Frankl, and 'Shirley Honey, ; Visit. Irviiifrton— Mrs. John Hewitt and children recently called at Mrs. Charlea Sankey and Arthur' Riley's en route to her home at Redwood Falls, Minn. from 'Fort Dodge, where she hac been visiting. Mrs. Ralph Ballard, Redwood Falls, and Mrs. R. W, Hines recently stopped over at Mrs. Sankey's en route to Laporte, Mre, Hines' home, where Mrs. Ballard will spend a few weeks. ' . Student llolibed' In Chicago— . WJndeJl Willet, nephew of M, Rohey, who Is attending a m'edlqal school in' Chicago, has had experir ence with thieves. Two weeks ago his car, which he had in Chicago with him, was stolen and no trace found. A few nights later he and ,a friend were held up by three gun^men in front of their dormitory, and $25 was taken from Wendell and $15' from his friend. Other Irvington News, Mr. and Mrs, Ray Miner, Merjden, are parents of a 6 3-S pound girl, Katherine, born August 21. The Miners are former residents of Cica- co, and .Mr. Miner used to be em- plpyed In .the Hpbart elevater. Mrs. L. E. Potter, Algona., 1 mother of Mrs. Miner, is at Merlden with' h'er daughter.' "Mrs. Miner's recovery Is alPW. ... Aid met last Thursday afternppn at the annex after a. vacation of a few months, 20 present. A social was planned for. September 14, and chicken sandwiches, coffee, ice cream and'pie will be served for 25 cents. Refreshments were served by Mrs. J. M. Gox and Mrs. Earl Miller. The collection was $5.05. Jessie 'Smith, Algona, and Margaret Mulligan, of Irving-ton, to Des Moines last week tp -,,„. ^evoral days at the state fair. They planned to return Mpnday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Sankey and the Geprge this writing. In the Rebekahs, Mrs. John Amesb'iiry will be Installed - — Noble Grand,'and Mrs. fi'ehton, Vice 'accompanied them, .to Des Grand; Mrs. Mullln, secretary, Mrs. Butts, treasurer; 1 Wotfes we« als» recent the toir. A meeting pf cl«b was recently heW poldrldge. PJ«fl8 tPr a I utujre were made «a4 Ajbertt* gave - V-> Ji ^-i' 1 * Wesley, Aug. 30— : Mrs. Earl Ranck, Rockledge, Bla., and hex- parents, the (Ben Felts, were entertained at dinner at Ben Hopkins' Saturday evening. The three, accompanied by Nina' May Wagner, left Sunday morning for Mason City, where they were to take dinner with Mrs. Mary Felt. They were then to go to Oelwein to visit overnight with Mrs. iPeter Haverly. Thence the Felts' will return, but Mrs. Ranck and her piece, in a new Chevrolet coupe, will go to Darlington, 111., to visit relatives overnight. They will be accompanied by Mrs. Brock, of Cocpa, Fla., who came north with Mrs. Ranck and visited at Mason City and St. Paul. !From Darlington the party will return to Florida by way of Washington, D. C,, and the Virginia mountains, W. F. M. 8. Officers Elected— The Methodist W. F. M. S. met Friday afternoon with Mrs. James Hodges. 'There 'was a'- large turnout Dues were paid.-'the'mite box opened, etc. Officers "were-elected! Pres., Mrs. Herman-Ostercamp;" vice president, - Mrs. • Amesbury; ;recording secretary, Mrs. -Theron Hansen; treasurer, Mrs. Fred Diekman; corresponding secretary, Mrs. H. 'Hansen. . The next meeting will be held witK, .Mrs. Raymond Haheen tKe last 'Friday in September, and the final chapter of Christ Comes to the Village will be studied. Lodges Install, Of fleers— T h A Joint Installation of officers in the I, onn ' Anl( Odd"'Fellow and Rebekah lodges was j" ma '^ h ° had ; beel > visiting her to be held at the hall Monday even- Bought her as far as Emmetsburg imr. A mmon .L^s,, «nd Alfred Nel- Clara • Anwsbury, also Albert - where they were to attend the state fair and visit Mrs. Swanson's parents, the Rev. and Mre. Stevens. Son for WoHley Farmers— A son, Robert LeRoy, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Giddiners last week Monday evening, August 22. Hannabelle Giddings, Burt, nurse and housekeeper. Local Hariit'Nsninker Loses Father— Joseph Meurer Sr., father of Joseph Meurer: died-at his Whittemore home Friday, aged '83. Funeral services wore held at Whittemore Monday morning. Departing Citizen, Family, Honored •Members Pf the local Congregational church were to give a farewell party for the Klilsholms at Ole Flom's Monday evening. Other Wesley News. Florence Hansen las't 'week accompanied Mrs! Theron • Hansen as far as Airisworth, where'she "was to be met by members of the Dahlin family,.^nd visit at B.urjingfon, during Mrs. Raymond Ha'nsen's visit with relatives there. Mrs. T^ieron Ha'risen,. who was to visit parents and relatives at Washington, and Sigourney, was accompanied by Mrs. Lawrence Hansen, and by Mrs. Theron . Hans'en's .. uncle, James Johnson, from .Qaiifornia. Mrs. Elizabeth Ameabwry, Albert Lea, came last Thursday to visit at John- Amesbury's. Her son Wil- Lea, mother and son Will be installed as Noble Grand ™ K ? atUrdtay> and/He mother anc and Vice Grattd respectively. Pres- da «Bhter returned together Sunday ton Chanin and Guy M. Butts hPld pver as secretary and'"' treasurer. Other officers are nPt appointed at Mr. and Mi-s. Clare Kunz returned to Minneapolis Jast' Thursday.' following a few days' 1 Vacation spent with his parents, the Henry Kunzes. Mr. and Mrs. Kunz and Ivyl Marie . .„„ : accompanied them, .to Des . Moines, and where all attended the state fair one day, ing, 36x14, to hold 200 tons. The work was one by Paul Moss and Clarence McDlre, Rochester, Minn. Floyd Turner, Algona, Is doing the painting. Mr. Dodds and hie son are heavy feeders of dairy and stock cattle. Party Honors Sheldon Tencher— Phoebe Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dlttmer, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Dittmer. and the Rev. and Mrs. Wood were dinner guests nt Featured on Tables at lower prices Choice—each Vaseline, Talc. .Powder, Tooth Brushes, Nail Brushes, Peroxide, Rub- Brushes, peroxide, Rubber Sponge, HERE'S VALUES YOU NEED EVERY BAY Choice—eaoh 9c Lingerie Braids, Sew on Supports, Hair Nets, Brass Pins, Rubber Combs, Metal Combs. Allen - .,, — Lawrence Dittmer's Sunday in honor of Miss Morgan, who leaves for her school at Sheldon Friday. Pastors Exchange Pulpits— An exchange of pulpits for next 'Sunday has been arranged between Good Hope and Titonka. The Rev. Carl Hammer will .preach at Whittemore and Good Hope; the Rev. Mr. Wood at Doan and Titonka. Other Good Hope. William Dodds was the victim of, sneak-thieves two weeks • ago ; Wednesday night, while he was at- i tending a party at Bancroft. Tires , on his car and the coat of the suit he was wearing was taken. The loss was partly covered by insurance. The John Booms, George, who are at Wm. Treptows, were, dinner guests of Misses Whitney and Warner at Burt Monday evening. Mrs. Boom,, formerly Nora Schuldt was the daughter of a pastor of the Burt German Methodist church. Wm. Treptow suffered a sudden attack Saturday, and is still abed, though considerably improved. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Knoll, Algona, stayed overnight Saturday to help care for him and as company for Mrs. Treptow. The Rev. Carl Hammer, Titonka, and a son called at the Good Hope parsonage Tuesday. The son is soon to open a grocery store In the building formerly occupied by the 'Burt Monitor, Sexton Western Visitors ure Entertalued— •Last week Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Hans Hansen ' entertained . at tea Mrs. Fred Diekinann, Mrs. Saren -Nelson, Wpodburn, Ore., Mrs. John Anderson; Fowler, Colo., , an:d tfrs. Amps Bonacker, Titonka. Mrs. [Mekmann is Mrs. -Hanson's daughter. Mrs. Anderson ; was formerly well acquainted with , lire. Nelsp^ and Mrs. Bpnaeker, her daughter, when all lived near Wesley. !atliollc Bazaar HlgrnlJ* Successful- Receipts frpm the CathoHc Bazaar, held last ' week Tuesday and Wednesday, were $1679,. and the net profit was ?1«IQO, an unprecedented sum, The pastor, the Rev. Father Weakling, Sunday morning praised ind thanked his.* parishoners .for heir work, which made this euccess loasible. Wesley Woman's Parents -leave- Mr, and Mrs. John Anderson, who have spent the summer with their daughter, Mrs. Julius Kuna, left; Mday morning, to return to 'Power, Colo. Mrs. Kun? an4 her chll- ren accompanied them as far as )es Mplnes, wl^ere they ,vi8ited the I , , Arthur Coreys until Sunday even***' ......... ' ' AJds WW Keet- MethPdi^t Ala w^l] ipeet with >r < Mre. Th.e' win meet with Mr? ay af terjjfton. ' I 414 ** " ?' -?' "ve> 'V -"?H Among families attending the. circus -at Mason City last Thursday were the John Hauptmane, Ed Hild- mans, Ben Felts, ..and Ammon Leases. The Mesdames Amesbury, i)aw- spn, and Sturdlvant attended also.. Miss DeMots, music teacher at Wesley last year, epen.t last week with' the <3erdes and p'ther friends. She left Saturday. Mis^ PellPts' \Yill teach the coming' year at Hull, her hpme tpwn. An pfflcial bpard meeting will be held in the League rppm of the MethPdfst church Thursday even- Ing, for the purpose pf summing up and finishing the year's business. ' Mrs. Swen Neleon visited Friday afternppn at Ole Flpm's. Mrs. Clara Mjay and her children came frpm Milwaukee last Thursday, tp visit her parents, the Rebert Matzes, Last Thursday Mrs; Sturdlvant rpught her niece, Pearl Abbey, frpm Nprthwopd fpr a shprt Visit. Friday the Sturdivants went tp Dee Molnes tP attend -the fair, Susie Pfiffner left Mpnday tp be with Mrs_. John, Goeders, Algona, wh^ had jus| lost a grand^pn, son pf the GOeders 1 daughter, Mrs. Kennedy. Karl Wester went tp Dee M9lnes Saturday. He returned Sunday, by way pf Ames, and brought bis sister Leila fpr a week's Mrs. W, : C; 'Tayl6r and 'Children enjoyed a visit last week-end with Mrs. Taylor's father, Jacob Mitchell, and her brother Fred, of Humeston, They brought Rex and Mitchell Taylor home after a week's visit with relatives' there. The Mitchells went home Monday, Marie Harris and sister, Mrs. Hazel Anderson, Algona, spent Saturday afternoon at Gprdon Giddihg's, Wesley. Mr. and Mrs, Carl Pacts and children returned Saturday from a week's fishing trip in northern Minnesota. . , . lona Blanchard returned to Livermore Sunday, after spending the summer with the Cle,m^*Cunnjn^- mms. Mrs. Cunningha'm is' ' her aunt. Yvonne Strattpn, Brltt, is sp.end- ig a few days with -her grandmother, Mrs. G. B.'Wise. Sunday school members will meet this Wednesday evening ' at the church to elect hew officers for the coming year. Marie Harris attended a-shower 'Friday afternoon • at the Frank Wlnkel home, • Algona, in honor of Sarah -Nealing; who will be married September 10, at Princeton, Mo;, to Wilbur. D. Clark, of Allerton. They will make their home in Allerton. Mr, and Mrs. Harvey Steven returned last Thursday from Spirit Lake, where they went last week Tuesday on a fishing trip. They were accpmpanied by Mr, and Mrs. Loyd Steven, of Burt. School opened Monday with 11 enrolled. Hilda Palmer, Algona, Is teacher, . '• '•'•" : August Kirschbaum returned.Sati urday from HJneg, 111., where he had been a patient twp mpnths In a government hpspital. He is feeling muph better. ' Aid .meets th.ls Thursday afterr npon •vyjth Mrs. W- C; Taylpr. Ruth" Miller left Saturday fpr Quaequetpn, where she teaches biology and mathematics in a consolidated school. This is her second year there. Mr. and Mrs. George Olsen rei turned frorA nPrthero Minnesota Tuesday after a week's fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hartley returned Saturday from Ppntiac, 111, Where they spent two wee^s with Mtldred L^wler, Minneapolis, v i a . ited, teat week wfth her m, enjoying a visit Carl Neunjan, relatives. Otto Newnan 1 with bte brother from She}! Rpok, , The 'Harvey Steven family spent Sunday with Mr. Steven's brother, Roy White Porcelain Cream Jugs Galvanized Pails, 12 quart Lightning Sifters, best made Aluminum Sauce Pans, 1 1-2 quart Aluminum Pudding Pans, 1 1-2 quart Rubber stick on half soles CHOICE EACH i!9c COTTON BATTS Pull bleached fluffy cotton 9c Special value 27x36 rubber CRIB SHEETS 9c WOOL YARN All colors. First time at this price. 9c CHOICE f 49c Wash Fabrics, yard EACH i Bleached Sheeting, 9 quarter, yard Marquisette for Curtains, yard f Fancy Dot Grenadines, yard \ Plain Marquisette, 50-in. width, yard { Palmetta non-ding Slip Cloth, yard Children's Hose Supporters All sizes. Black & white 9c BABY PANTS Good quality rubber. Natural color 9c HANDKER CHIEFS Ladies' and •'. children's. Priced special 2 FOR 9c Men's Nainsook Union Suits Boys' Fancy Shirts Ideal Chambray Work Shirts Women's Ribbed Union Suits Rayon Bloomers, Step-ins, Slips Women's all silk Hosiery 149 OUTING FLANNELS Full bleached. It's : value at this low price, a yard ____ BOUBLE BLANKETS Large size 70x80 inches. They're bargains: Don't miss WELCOME to KJossutii County'-Pair.'." ,. ! . .' WELCOME to Algona WELCOME to our store - THIS MEANS EVERYBODY 'DependqiL Grocery ."'.:*.. ' ' . / -. • • <f is always well prepared to take REAL GOOD CARE of your wants when it comes to "Eatables," ' Our Coffees and .T.eas Our Cookies and Crackers Our Canned Fruits and Vegetables niean RIGHT QUALITY for the RIGHT PRICES We feature "RICHELIEU" and "BABY STUART" '; ' groceries in general. Stop in at AKRE'S OH l'HO>E .90-.91 • An Invitation mvit<? you to vWt »s while s,t or ANYTIME. Make use of ourVpdem tioii, including REST STAND, ALL v ' ~ ,^r a 1 * •* H ^ i < jf L-tSg-KK ^ c^__ •_ ,

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