Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1932 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX KOMttlfo AbVANCl. tOWA M IN ALGONA if ft Y F.S.NORTON t/SON 5 ^* — cTAmrOOwr-tr F.&NOKIDN&SON WHY-BROWN- OONT YOU GET ASHES OUT OP YOUR COAL 1 ? —TRY— BLUE STAR COAL "THE KING OF ALL COALS" Liong lasting in your furnace. Phone 2Z9 F. S. Norton & Son •«**»»•»•»•»•«»»»»»•»»»••»»«»•»••»••••»•••••' Ford Repairs Labor Prices Reduced 2O to 40% Back to pre-war prices. Work done by skilled men. All parts used are genuine Ford parts. Flat rate schedule used. Model T Ford car owners: We have a large assortment of Model T parts we are selling at 25 to 50 cents on the dollar. If you need anything for your Model T it will pay you to see us first, for we may have what you need on our bargain counter. KENT MOTOR CO. Plume 4JJ4 AUTHORIZED Algona, Iowa —Sale* Your Photograph Will Bring a Joyful Christmas A good likeness, artistically shown, is the best gift you can give to those who care for you. Our low holiday prices are worthwhile taking advantage of. Peterson's Studio ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 34-W FENTON PAIR LOSE SON IN NORTH DAKOTA Fenton, Nov. 15—Rtidolf Henry William Stamer, who died last week Wednesday at Illf ridge, N. D., was born June 26, 1893,'at Fenton. Death was caused iby heart failure. Pie was the oldest child of Mr. and Mrs. William Stamer, of Fenton. He received the Sacrament of. Holy Baptism In Immanuel's church, at Lotta Creek, from the Rev. Wm. Furstenau, then pastor at that place. In maturer years he was Instructed In the essentials of the Christian religion and confirmed In the Lutheran faith. After graduating from the high school at West Bend, he attended Walter business college at St. Louis, Mo., and Hamilton business college at Mason City. He was 'bookkeeper in Decker's 'packing plant at Mason City, and later worked In his home town on the Fenton Reporter. In June 1918 he enlisted In the U S. army and served for nine months After receiving an honorable discharge in February, 1919, he- returned to Fenton to his old position as printer. Later he bought the plant and became editor dt the Fenton Reporter for the following five years. * In December, 1927, he left for McLaughlln, 'S. D., where he worked as linotype operator. At 'the time of his death he had accepted a similar position In Selfrldge, N. D. His employed J. Bernard Smith, editor and publisher of the Selfridge Journal, writes the following to the parents of the deceased: "It is indeed sorrowful that we record the dea'th of Rudolf, our helper and your son. He had not been in the best of health of late, but did not complain. He had fixed up the 'necessary papers to enter the veteran's hospital. His death was very sudden, being caused by heart 'failure or a stroke." Mr. Stamer is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Stamer, of Fenton, and two sisters: Mrs. Webber Yager and Mrs. Amos Finnestad, also of Fenton. Funeral services were conducted by the pastor, the Rev. R. W. Kabelitz, Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock in St. John's Lutheran church at Fenton, and burial was made in St. John's Lutheran cemetery. Members of the Legion acted as pallbearers.. . Woman's Club Has Guest Day— The Woman's club entertained a/t the annual guest party at the high school. Husbands of the members and the school faculty were guests. The program was: duet by Virginia Frank and Leona (Borchardt; one- act .play, Daring Daughters, toy Mrs. J. T. 'Snyder, Mrs. F. iP. Newel, Mrs. E. J. Frank, Mrs. C. H. Geronsin, Mrs. J. A. Schwartz,' Mrs. W. P. I Ohm; music .by the Weisbrod sisters, Maxine and Hazel, on piano and violin; vocal solo by Leona Borchardt, accompanied at the piano by Virginia-; Frank. The remainder of the evening was spent in playing games. A two-course luncheon was served at the close of the entertainment. Dr. Walte In Wisconsin— Dr. J. T. Waite 'has been suffering with .rheumatism the past few days. He left Monday evening for Prairie du Chien, Wis., where he will take treatment. Dr. John Sanft- ner will have charge of his practice during his absence. Snow Discourages Duck Hunters— F. C. Bailey, of Iowa Falls, accompanied by a Mr. Foote and a Mr. Smith came last Thursday for a few days duck hunting, but the storm and drifting snow looked so bad they returned home Friday morning. DaiiR-htcr for Andrew Hunsens— Fenton friends of Mr. and Mrs. I Andrew Hansen, of Titonka, received word here the first of last week of the birth of a daughter November 5. Mrs. Hansen will be remembered as Agatha Caughlin. Surrounding Counties Ate Mostly Republican While Koesuth county waa going democratic from' top to bottom last week Tuesday, surrounding' counties were exercising a selective choice, and all of them wera. going mainly republican on county offices, Emtnet county went' democratic on president and senator, republican on governor, democratic on representative, and county offices. Olay county republican on all went democratic on president, senator, governor, and representative, but republican on the county ticket. Palo Alto followed Clay's lead on president, senator, governor, and representative, but went republican on all county offices except sheriff. Representative Donlon' was reelected. Hunrboldt county went democratic on president and senator, but supported Turner for governor, and elected the comp-lete county republican ticket. Like Humboldt, Hancock went democratic on president and senator, but republican on governor. Rule, of Mason City, republican nominee for state senator, was voted down, 'but ft/It republican nominees for county office except sheriff were elected. The incumbent sheriff, Peck 'Hanson, ran as an Independent, and was elected. . Wlnnebago voted Hoover down, supported Murphy, went republican on governor and representative, and- elected the republican county ticket save one. > The election feature in Wlnnebago was a big vote for Brookhart, who received 1596 votes as compared with 1937 for Murphy and 1652 for Field. The Emmetsburg papers'did not give the Palo Alto vote on Brookhart, in Emmet he • received 297 votes; In Humboldt, 122; in Clay, 336; In Hancock, 393. These votes compare with 510 In Koseuth. In no case except In Wlnnebago did he receive a vote approaching that of either Field or Murphy. HOME DEGLAM AT NEXnUElAY Lu Verne, Nov. 15—The following junior j high students will take part in the home contest next week Tuesday: Oratorical—'Prince of Peace, Bobby Bigings; To Charles Lindbergh, William Chapman; Significance of the Stars and Stripes, Gordon Dlm- ler; International Peace, Dekae Lichty; The Unknown Soldier, Lloyd 'Stoddard. , \ Dramatic—The Greatest Gift, Jeanette 'Henderson; Scene of the Natural Bridge, Phil Lichty;. Antonio Opens His Eyes, Phyllis Llch- ty; The White Hands of Telham, Maxlne Smith. Humorous—(Boy's Story, Earl Hanselman; Sister in the Medicine !loset, Dorothy Kuebler; Blue Eyed Sheik, Evan Lichty; Mother Would iearn to Drive, Virginia Lichty; Silly 3rad and the 'Big Red Lobster, Bobby Smith; Naughty Zell, Elinor Mae Wolto. / There will be music by Iboth the girls and the boys' grade choruses. WASHING MACHINE BURNED IN BLAZE NEAR ST, JOE St. Joe, Nov.'IB—A fire which partly destroyed a washing machine and damaged the walls of a washhouse surprised the Arthur lllgs last Thursday. The building to a short distance from the house, and the wind was such that there might have been serious conflagration but for prompt action. It is thought that the blaze started by a under a water heater. fire kindled Sexton ED, SCULLY, 63, DIES SUDDENLY AT FORT OODGE ;''•-'/* * ' "* Swea City, Nov. IB—Relatives and friends here received word Saturday that Ed Scully, former Seneca farmer, was found dead In bed that morning:. -Mr. Scully was residing: on a farm just north of Fort Dodge. Mr. Scully was 63 years old at time of his death. Besides his wife he IB survived by a" eon William, now living' In the west, a daughter, Mrs. Snyder, near 'Bancroft, a daughter, Winifred, and a son, Edward ,at home. Mr. Scully; waa for many years one of the prominent Seneca farmers, moving j to Fort Dodge five years ago. .Funeral service's were held Tuesday and burial was made in Fort Dodge. Vote Lighter Tlmn In 1928— Harrison township did not poll as many votes this'past election as four years ago, due no doubt to the Inclement weather. Only 551 votes were caet this year as eomparedgto 592 four years ago. Harrison also went democratic. (For township offices J. E. Kelly was elected township trustee; J. J. Anderson, township clerk; L. A. Barslou, wltholit •opposition, juetice of the peace; J. L. Vaux, republican, was elected, With Tony Hundeby, a colleague;' for constable, Paul Larson and George Butterfield. Visitors at Tledo's and Wolfe's— Mr. and Mrs. George Lothringer md son Jimmle Davenport, and Es- .her Lothrlnger, Eldrldge, arrived ast Friday morning for a week-end at the Chas. Wolf and Fred Tiede homes. Mrs. Barbara Lothringer, vho has been visiting at Davenport and Grand Mound, returned with .hem, Saturday 'evening Mr. and Mrs. George Lothringer, Mrs. Charles Wolf, and George Tiede >ve to Ames to see the musical comedy, The Mikado. Vera -Tiede, lunior at Itowa State college, took the part of one of the three sisters n the play. She returned to Lu Verne with the party to spend Sunday at home. White's GROCERY in. "'.''' ' - ' • ' Special Prices Good to Nov. 24 Cocoanut, best bulk, 1 Ib. _ 29c Pineapple, No. 2 size, 2,for — Marshniallews, fresh, lib. sack Dates, fresh bulk, 2 Ibs. 23c Cranberries, 2 Ibs. 25c Molasses, *f Of* large size tin __ I wC Walnuts, soft shell, 2 Ibs. Olives, large jar 25c PLEASE NOTICE DR. W. D. ANDREWS 'has moved his office rooms to the GENERAL HOSPITAL two and a half blocks south of the. Ford Garage, on south Hawaii street." At bi| ne^r location he will continue the practice of General Surgery, Obstetrics, and Osteopathy.' /; -., •,.,;.;•,. • Fraternity Pledges Editor's Son- Karl 'Schwartz, son of Editor and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, and student at Coe college at Cedar Rapids, has pledged to Delta Phi Epeilon. Other Fenton News. Among teachers and students who were home over the week-end are: Edith Laage, teacher, Karl Schwartz, student, of Cedar Rapids, Florence Weisbrod. of Des Moinea, Elvira Krause, of Garner, Irene Newel, Belmond. Mrs. Raymond Stoeher was hostess at three tables of bridge at her home Saturday evening. ' Mrs. F. J. M'eiebrod won high score .prize. Susie Goeders, of Whittemore. and Irene Newel, of Belmond, were out- of-town guests. The Carl 'Wolfes, of Klemme, were Sunday guests of the W. R. Wolfe's, Mr. Wolfe's .father, Freeman Wolfe, has been ill the past week with heart ailment which has .. bothered him for some time. The H. C. Lindseys spent . the week-end with their daughter, Mrs. Harold Stedman, at Glidden, and their daughters, Bernice and Vivian at Carroll. Verona Weisbrod returned home last week Wednesday from Algona where she spent a few days with her 'grandmother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky. The juniors has chosen the play. Marrying Margaret. They have- started to vvork on it under the direction of their.coach', Verlina loer- ger. The Methodist Aid will meet (Friday In the church parlor. Hostesses are Mesdames J. F. Newel, Kati Newel, Henry Schneider. The R. N. Kyles were Sunday vis itors with their daughter, Mrs. J A. Fortney, at Ceylon. Irene Newel, of Belmond, and Mrs Kate Newel were Sunday guests a F. J. • Wetebrod's. The Ray Ruskes, of Colorado came last week for an extended vlsl with relatives. Ruth Courson, of Belmond, spen the week-end with the Rev. J. T Snydei's. Mrs. Charles Laurltzen, of Whit temore, spent Sunday at Dr. J. T Waite's. Susan Goeders, of Whittemore spent last week at R. C. Goetech's. The O. H. Schmidts spent Sunday at Frank Lupin's at Bancroft. Arthur Prletoes spent last week In Decorah visiting friends. 4 Mrs. B. C. Weisbrod was on tin list last week. J. J. Club Entertains Husbands— The J. J. club held its annual Husbands' party Friday night at Ed Dehnert's. There were 26 present, and the evening was spent playing progressive rook. Mre. William Hefty and Charles Wolf won high score, and Mrs. Charles Wolf won the travel prize. Refreshments were served by a committee composed of Mesdames Jesse Lindebak, Walter Hefti, Albert Schneider, Bernard Wolf, and Edw. Dehnert; Clult Studies Now England— The Tuesday club met last week Tuesday at Mre. H. E. Peitzke's. New England authors were named at roll call, and Mrs. J. O. Marty ead a paper prepared .by Emma /oss on historical events of New England and their effect on the ustoms and traditions of today. Irs. W. P. Godfrey played selec- ions on the violin, accompanied toy lisa Rubye. Lccldent Victim Is Recovering— 'A. W. Mommel, who was 'badly lurt recently when a truck'ran Into im as he was at work in a paving gang near Belmond, is recovering at The Aid will meet this week Thursday with Mrs. Mack Wise. The Rev. Mr. McNulty will preach a Thanksgiving sermon next Sunday, and there will be special music. /The Henry Phillips family spent Sunday with Mrs.. 'Phillips' mother, Mrs. G. B. Wise. * Mrs. Chrlsinthia Immerfall left BYlday morning for Mitchell, 'S. D., ;o spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs.- A, Jones. William Neuroth spent last week at Marshalltown. Mrs. Homer Anderson, her children, and Mary Harris, Algona, spent the week-end with the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Harris. A dance, which was to have been held at the hall Friday nig-ht was called off because of blocked roads. The Kapp girls, Algona, were to play but they could not get through. Mrs. Albert Grosenbach helped serve dinner for the Rotary club at Algona Monday noon. j , Alberta and Emory Grosenbach a Sunday school class party last Thursday night at the Algona Methodist church. Mrs. Albert Grosenbach and her daughter Alberta helped serve a chicken supper at the Methodist church, Algona, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Orren Johnson spent Saturday night with Mr. Johnson's and Mr. Armistice Pny Observed- Fisher post of the Legion, with the pastors and sch'ool children, joined In a ceremony to commemorate Armistice day Friday. Members of the post in uniform met at the school at 11 o'clock and gave a drill. The school 'band played 'several selections, and the Rev. Mr. Swanson, the Rev, Mr. McDowell, and the Rev. Mr. Selmens each gave a short address. Swea City's business houses closed during the program and in the afternoon. Methodists In Board Meeting—The Methodist church held a board meeting last week Wednesday, evening. 'It was a get-acquainted meeting for the Rev. Mr. McDowell. L. A. McNeil was elected chairman of trustees, and Carl Arnold, chairman of stewards. Nearly all members of the board were present. Out for Postmastershlp— • Dan Fultz is circulating a petition for postmaster here. The salary is $2,000 a year. The term of Mrs. !hrlstenson, present postmaster, expires a year from next March. Junior Class Play Pleases— The junior play was given to a capacity house at the high school auditorium Friday evening.. Parts were especially well chosen 'and well given. Both Swea City Teams Win— The first basketball game of the season was a "victory for the Swea boys, who defeated Fenton Saturday, The second team also won, 29-15. 36-9. mother, Mrs> Lottie Johnson, Sunday with Mrs. Amy Smith. and Mrs. Oecar Hammond, of Wesley, also spent Sunday with Mrs. Smith. Little Jessie Aman is having the chicken pox. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. /Charles Aman. Walter Aman was sick Tuesday and unable to attend school. Mrs. Katy Jennett, son Raymond, and the former's mother, Mrs. Mollette, are sick with the flu. Raymond came home from school Monday, sick. Mr. and Mrs, Orville Hedrick spent Sunday at William Hedrick's, Lu Verne. Margaret and Esther Hedrick spent Saturday afternoon with Grandma Dehnert at the European hotel,'Algona. Mr. and Mrs. George Aman, daughter Thecla, and son Walter attended a, party Monday night at the Academy, Algona. Walter was on a program given .by the academy seniors. To filve Feather Party— The Legion will hold a feather .,' ' >,'!• ', '. , I ''','."' " ' . i .'^..l;,.^-.. .L.iiJJ 'j,B,ii^£i^JL.-^^Lj^ •^fjf^ris^^^'ifc^ii^.w^ *****>**« Fittest tfeod Stor SPECIALS for N6v. Butternut Coffee, 1 ib. can —*—_. 35c Tea, Monarch, -green . or black, 9Qj» Vi-)b. can _* £l*J\s Monarch' Baking t% -j _ Chocolate, H lb. v pkg.« J- 'C Cocoa, Monarch, the finest and richest packed, «j iff? _ 1 Ib, can , ,„ "the.finest mined » Whej «l OJtydol, '*- .UA Pu.ro. Sorghum, _. , gal. a yall -v9n Gold Medal Flour Kitchen Tested 40 Ibs. $1.24— 24| lh s 7, Peter Pan Flour Guaranteed, 49 Ibs. 79c— 24| I| )S . 43 C Cocoa, 'bulk, ' * f\ _ 2 Ibs. •-—f:— ±&C Tea Sittings, • 1 A ~, 1 Ib." pkg. —_ J-^tC Butter, Algona, Iowa State, ^-:-..~....-.:.24c Pancake Flour, st rising, 3ii, in. i,|i. Onions, rod or yellow, 5 Ibs. Kirk's hard water (\f I .Soap, 5 bar« ttdCl 7for25 Smoked Hams — First grade, whole' or half, Ib. Meat Department Lard, "Decker's" 1 9 j» 1. £ C Pork JHearte, per Ib. 7c Pure Leaf, 3 .25c Fresh Ham Roast, Ib. .. 10t\ he home of his parents, Mrs. John Bommel. Mr. and iVoman Mas Eye Operation- Mrs. Otto Willey underwent an operation on one eye last week Monday at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. party 'Saturday night. These parties use the old familiar corn game with ducks, geese, and turkeys .as prizes. Other Swea City. Mrs. Ole Peterson, her daughters Eleanora and Ingra, and eon Arthur, drove to Iowa City to see Ole Peterson, who is taking treatment there. •Harry Warner, east of town, has •been sick for some time. Howard Nagel ie attending to his farm work. « A daughter was born to Dr. and Mrs. A. Whitlow last week in the Algona hospital. ENVELOPES, ALL SIZES AT THE ADVANCE LEGAL NOTICES Sooth Cresco Other Lu "Verne News. Mrs. William Molding underwent an operation for goiter at the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge last ,veek Thursday. She Is recovering. Mrs. Mary Zweifel Is quite ill at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Zwei- and children, Corwith, called at the Zweifel home Sunday. Harold Miller has recovered from his recent appendicitis operation sufficiently 'to be brought to his home Monday. Frances Kabele and Barbara Jane Moseley, Goldfield, were guests at Irvin Chapman's Saturday. The W. F. Godfreys and DeKae Godfreys were Sunday visitors at Herbert 'Craig's, Livermore. The Art Traugers, Ames, and Earl Traugers, Humboldt, visited Mrs. P. Fechner Sunday. Otto Willey drove to Fort Dodge last Thursday to bring Mrs. Willey home from the hospital. Alton Benedict Is visiting his sister, Mrs. Bmil Meyer, at Burfordville, Mo. Milton Wolto, who teaches at West Bend, spent the week-end at home. Mrs. W. A. Hill has returned to Fort Dodge, where she has employment. Jens Ruberg was taken to Iowa City for treatment last week Monday. Mrs. E. J. Skinner spent Sunday with her daughter, Kate Skinner. Florence Hof la visiting relatives at Sumner. • The Ellip Runcheys, of Newell, brought Mrs. Mary Runchey here a week ago Sunday, and ehe is visiting her son Robert. She and the William and Fernley Runcheys were guests Sunday at the Henry Douglas home, Algona, and the Robert Runcheys spent the day with their son Charles at Lu Verne. Mrs. D, , A. Teeter's mother, Mrs. Mulkins, suffered another stroke act week Wednesday morning, since which her feet and one side mve been paralyzed and she has been unconscious most of the time. Because of bad roads and weather, the Mothers & Daughters club meeting last;week was held at Mrs. Write Carriers Tests. Whittemore, Nov. 15—Nine applicants took a recent civil service examination at Algona to fill a vacancy in the rural mall carrier service here: Edmund O'Brien, Walter Vaudt, Edw. Farrell, Arnold Hahn, C. AUg, Herman Fandel, Maurice Duffy, Guy Farrell, ana Peter Nel- lls. L. Miller's Instead of ' at A. Potter's. The women Mm took sandwiches or doughnuts, and 12 attended, including Mrs. Martha Potter-Applegate, Corwith. This was the last day meeting. Committees were appointed for Christmas festivities at the next meeting, December 15, at Mrs. F. L. Ziegler'a, Algona. 'OT1CE OP PKOUATE OP Will. No. 3673. tate of Iowa, Kossuth county, ss. in District Court, November Term, 1932. 'o All Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified, that an nstrument of writing purporting to e the last Will and Testament of largaret E. Wlnslow, deceased, dat- d January 4, 1932, having .been this ay filed, opened and read, the 5th ay of December, 1932, is fixed for earing proof of same at the Court louse in Algona, Iowa, .before the District Court of said County, or.the "lerk of said Court; and at 9 o'clock a. m. of the day above mentioned all >ersons interested are hereby noti- ied and required to appear, and show cause if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the ast Will and Testament pf ceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, November 4, 1932. CLARK ORTON, Clerk of District Court By CLARA SCHAAP, ' Deputy. T. P. Harrington,- Attorney. 9-li St. Benedict There will be a public card party at the St. Benedict hall next Sun day evening, given by the Rosary society. Mr. and Mrs. William Dunlap were Sunday visitors at A. B. Ven teicher's. The Edward -Peffers, Des Moines spent Sunday with Mrs. 'Peffer' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John M W'ltte. Ellen Mary Jennett and Evelyn Elsqheid were Sunday guests of AJ frieda Arndorfer. Lorraine Arndorfer and. Ella Si mona were Sunday clinner gueets a Mr. and Mrs. 'Nick Arndorf«r's. Last week's weather was bad fo this time of year, and not much-cor. has been picked since it started There Is a. lot of corn yet In th field. Marcella Kellner, Algona, spen the week-end with her parents, Mr Mre. John Kellner. OBIGINAL NOTICE In the District Court of. Iowa, In and for Kossuth county, November term, 1932. Harriet Matzener, Plaintiff, vs.' Harvey Matzener, Defendant. To Harvey Matzener, defendant: You are hereby notified that there is now on file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court of the above named county and state £ petition of Harriet Matzener, plain, tiff, claiming of you an absolute dl vorce on the grounds of wilful de sertion from the plaintiff and ab sentlng yourself from her for a per' lod of more than two years. Plaintiff asks for the permanen custody of the minor children and for such further relief as the Cour may deem equitable in the premises For further particulars see the Petition on file. Now.unless you appear thereto am defend on or before noon of the sec ond day of the next term of sai< court being the November 193 term to be held at the Court House Algona, Iowa, In said county, com mencing on November 21st 1932 de fault will be entered against you'and judgment rendered thereon In ac cordance with the prayer of said <pe tltlon. " SHUMWAY & KELLY, '7-iQ Attorneys for Plaintiff A Good Wife A good wife Is a gift from Heaven. Women are naturally good. The average young lady will make a good wife If she is treated right. Don't try to make an old woman out of her the first year. She will want to get out with her old associates and have a time, even if she flirts a little.,pay no attention to it. She is "not a chattel. You do not own her. Make a home for her, show her .that you are able to provide for her and protect her, and 'I will ••'guarantee you will have a good wife. I just naturally like women. I believe I could learn to love and care for tiny woman that I happened to 'be married to. In fact, there are three or four around Algona that I like mighty well, even if I am not married to all 'of them. Women naturally like their home. They like to fix it up. They like to buy clothes anil shoes and dress the children. You know women buy 85 per cent of all the merchandise' that' Is sold at retail. So it surely pays the merchant to cultivate the respect and confidence of the dear ladies If he wants to stay In business. The economical housewife loves a bargain. She will find plenty of them at Neville's Shoe Store this week. We are showing values that will make anyone open their pocketbook. Factory sale of ladles' ties, pumps, and straps, beautiful new slippers. Many of them worth up to $5.00. Your choice, fl.98. ^ Another shipment of Patricia Pats just arrived. These wonderful Clippers please the most fastidious. They are sold at $5.'00 in towns all around us. At Neville's you buy them for 19.98. Bedroom slippers, all colors, all sizes, at 25c pair. Pull-over sweaters for tooye and girls at 25c each. Heavy sweater coats for boys and girls ;it 45c each. A 'big shipment of ladies' .full-fashioned silk hose, Hill Crest, Monarch, Paris, Prosle, Allen A, Arrowhead. You get-any of these $1.00 hose at Neville's for 69c a pair. . Our mercerized lisle ladies' hose at 2 pair for 2=c la a wonderful bargain. Your money's worth and more at Jimmie Neville's tt 1 The Shoe Man" Algona, la. A*P BAKING SPECIAL! Food* for Thanksgiving—S»pplie» for Th bakiqc. Buy them at A * P now «n<l MLLSBURV* B6$T ON GOLD UfcAL KITCHEN-TESTED - «-LB. •Ad SK*I!|DQWN CAKE PKQ WHITE HOUSE EVAPORATED MILK js MILK TAU- CANS , TAUCAN»M ' Armour's Star Lard . . . . . Bulk Mincemeat , ..... Baker's Chocolate . .„.. . . . English Walnuts UB iec pates Citron, Lemon, Oran0e Peel . . California Figs . , . . Franco.American Spaghetti . , A&P Grape Juice .,. . . • RAJAH THPU5AND ISLAND PRESSING), OR Sandwich Spread ,. Vt A B? lie Ann Page Preserve* , , .. • • $82. fa Encore Olives. Stuffed , , . • ' w i^w Cncore Queen Olives . . « • • J *i SI* Uneedap^s^elWdeAssort.^ » lc Palmollve Soap . , , . . • < 4CA IvoryFlaJkes T !Hl CRIAI AllANIIl & PACIHC ItA tO Rl!S5*r~ ** ** A<N j 1 * ? ** '.< >'"''", - f, '* »

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