Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 8, 1932 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 8, 1932
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PAGE TWf" KOSStJTH THURSDAY THIS CHRISTMAS I'D LIKE AN ELECTRIC WASHER WALTER HOP, 40, IS DEAD AUU VERNE Lu Verne, Dec. fi—Funeral ser| vicp.s were held Monday at the livangelical church for Walter Hof, Dodge, were out-of-town guests, The Lutheran Aid was entertained by Mrs. F. H. Hlntz last Thursday, 40 attending. Plans were laid for Red Cross sewing at the domestic science room in the schoolhoiise this week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith, Fenton, telephone managers, were at Ro'bt, Masterson's last Thursday, and Cora 'Mae Masterson went to Fcnton with them to work in the telephone office. * trs - Grace IQel Nn "K le nnd nus " 40, who died Saturday of heart dis- j K ' lm1 ' ot ^""t"""-. en route to Florida to spend thn winter, stopped here lust week Wednesday and that onse at Marshalltown. He was the .«<>n of Mv. and Mis. George Hof, former residents here, who brought him to Lu Verne in IS05, He was graduated from the sohcn-l in 1flO!l. and 'March 7. 1014. to Kaehol Leonard, fftvsmmar room teacher. -Six children were born. A son died in infancy, but the widow and Margaret, Clara, Mnxine, AVillard, and RaH>attt, besides bin mother, four brothers, Carl, of Stunner, Ar- tliur. Lu Verne, Harold, Ames, and Lawrence. Iowa. City, with two sis- , UTS. Gertrude, principal of the Me- , - v morial hospital, AVaterloo, and Mrs. | Margaret Collln, Renwick, survive. | The services were conducted by \ the Kev. Mr. Lang, assisted by the Rev. L. F. Smith, -Aredale, and the night at the Grover Kontz home. The Progressive Rook club met at '"'"ioc'ii 1 " h'i'"iii' ^ llnrles Wolf's last week Wednesday wns 'married ! ovt>nlnff> T!lel '° wcro follr '"''les, ', and Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Lindebak 1 won the family prize. | Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sorenson I took Kenneth Sorenson to Iowa City last Thursday for examination. The doctors told him lie can walk with- 1 out crutches now. i Mr. and Mrs. Archie Sanford and ; Mr«. H. C. Allen returned from Iowa Saturday. They left Geraldine i at the university hospital for treatment. Sylvia Becker was hostess to the Y. P. S. last week Tuesday. The Rev. 'Mr. Wittenburg gave a lecture LAKOTA HIGH HOME DECLAIM CONTEST HELD Lakotn, Dec. 6—A junior high chool declamatory contest was held i the school auditorium last week Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. Ar- uir •Sehtesel, Jlrs. W. E. Gut- nccht, and Raymond Smith as udges. 'Following are the winners: Oratorical—The Unknown Soldier, i alc Haniquist; The Call to Arms, Illy Powers. Dramatic—"Scratch," Betty Johnon; White Hands o£ Telham, Mar- nret Sehroeder. Humorous—A Baseball Story, Verean Baum; Brotherly Love, Betty iey.. •Miss Hastings was coach. A group ontest will be held December 7, one ivleion at Ledyard, the other at /akota. The group consists of Ledard, Grant, Swea City, and Laota. latter's son, the Rev. Clinton Smith. superintendent of the AVaterloo hos- pltal. Pall bearers were the four brothers, Edw. Hot, and Milo Mil- Ipr. Music W.IK rendered by a quartet, Mrs. AVal-ter Hefty, Mrs. Lewis ; Merkle, AA-'esley Baddeley, and Paul I Knopf, accompanied by 1 Knopf. .Floral offerings were many land beautiful. on the Revelation of St. John. Mr. and Mrs. Kmil Christenson, newly-weds, Westbrook, 'Minn., vis- i itcd the Harry Christensens last week. Mrs. G-eorge-Brownlewee, Clarion, spent last week with her daughter, Marie' Ml ' Sl A!bert Schipull. Mrs. Samuel Steussy and her son Henry are visiting relatives at Greencastle, Mo. nests of the Woman's club, amco Buell and Overgaard .Missionary Society Picks Officers— Officers were elected at an Evangelical miBsionary .society meeting at Mrs. Walter Mcrkle's Inst Thursday: Mrs. Fred Merkle, president; Esther Mprkle, vice: Anna AVoito, secretary; Mrs. Walter Hefti, treasurer; corresponding secretary, Elsie Haskell. M.r.s. W. H. AVoito conducted a les«on in the study book on China. The society observed its annual thankoffering service ' at the hour for morning worship Sunday. Mrs. St. Joe, Dec. 6—On Saturday, No- Fred Merkle. Mrs. AValter Hefti, Es- j vember 26, took place the marriage thcr and AVilma Merkle, Anna and ; of Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elinor Mae Woito gave a missionary j Joseph McConnell, to Raymond, son play, Unto the Least of These. Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. AVilliam Metzen. Henry Marty pave a reading, and ! Both families live near St. Joe. The there was music. The thank-offer- ceremony was performed at S a. m. Ing boxes yielded ?40. and the Jun-! at St. Cecelia's church, Algona, by ior missionary society contributed the Rev. Father T.. J. Davern. Mar- COUPLE FROM ST, JOE WED BY AL60NIAN ttcml Hurt Club Meeting;— Mcsdames Delia M. Smith and J. I. Wartourton drove to Burt last veek Monday evening and they were Mes- were cheduled hostesses,, but in the ab- ence of Mrs. Buell, who was at lochester with her husband, the neeting was 'held with Mrs. Helen 'eters, and about 20 members at- ended. A program on Women in he Making of America was given y Mesdamee Ella Hubey, Nettie Jorrance, Emma Stehle, Maud Hanna, Lulu Hawcott, and ' Nell 'eters. approximately $10. AVOman's Clul) Meets Friday— The Progressive AA'oman's club met Friday at Mrs. Ernest Zeitz's. Christmas carols were sung and roll call Christmas quotations given. A travel program was continued. Mrs. Ernest Woito read a paper on the country of the Japanese, and Mrs. Irvin Chapman tokl of Vladivostok and Siberia. A general discussion followed. Mrs. L. AVittenburg and Mrs. AVilliam Klawitter were guests of the club. guerite Loss was -bridesmaid; AV11- bert Metzen, best man. A wedding dinner was served to the newlyweds and 20 relatives and friends at the home of the bridegroom's parents. It. B. Hoys Defeat lU'invlelc— At basketball 'Friday night the never even thought of home washing before. But I've seen how easy it is to wash in a Maytag. And it seems silly to pay someone else to do such light work." o But don't confuse "buying a •washer" with investing in a Maytag. A Maytag washes clothes cleaner , . .faster ... with Zess work.. Jess wear and tear on clothes... Zess cost per •washing... and keeps on doing that for more years. It represents a permanent investment in household equipment and in actual dollars and cents savings. Certainly a washer is an appropriate gift — if it's a Maytag. Come in and let us demonstrate and talk terms. ,THE MAYTAG COMPANY Manufacturers NEWTON Founded isos IOWA Permanent Northwestern Factory Brunch, Muytaa" Building—515 Washington Avt 1 . North, Minneapolis, Minn. high school boys won over Renwick, 39-13. Harold Lichty was highpoint man, with eight baskets, or 1C points. Wesley Baddeley made 12. At wrestling between the locals and , Burt, Burt won with one. fall, three decisions,'and a draw. The Bode i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bay was givei Party' Leaves for Texas— A final farewell party was given for Adolph Fuhrman at his home last week Tuesday night, when relatives gathered. Mr. Fuhrman, accompanied by his niece, Marcella Thill, AVhittemore, alike Kupper and Paul Flushie left at 2:30 Wednesday morning for -Lindsay Tex. Word has since been recelvec by his parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. John Fuhrman, that they arrived at Lind say at 9 Thursday night, having driven S50 miles without car trouble Farewell for Visiting; Xowlyweds— A farewell and party in honor o boys and girls play here this week Friday night, the last home •before the holidays. game Christmas Program Is Planned— Th<? Good Will club was entertained last Thursday at Mrs. Elmer Ho version's; Mrs. Fred Miller, as- do not attend will help with a Christmas program at the center fchoolhotise Christmas eve. The next meeting will be a Christmas party at Mrs. Frank Sanford's December 22; Mrs. AValter Lenz, assisting. fisting. All who church elsewhere Lu Verne Society Hears Missionary at John and Anna Kayser's Sunday evening. Attending: the Peter Kay sens, the Fred Illgs, the John Thuls the Nick Eisekens, Cylinder, Mi and Mrs. George Wagner, Mr. anc Mrs. Alfred Reding, Sylvester AVag ner, Harold :Reding, and Edwi Frideies. The Bays left Monday fo their home at Port AA r ashington Wis., after a short honeymoon i these parts. C. J. Heilly Family Leaves- Relatives of Mrs. C. J. ReilU Janeevllle, Wis., gathered at th Henry -M. Thilges home last wee Tuesday night for a farewell partj The Methodist AV. l-I. M. S. had a j She aml lhe chi ] dl . en , lrft Ule follow missionary luncheon at the Harold j inR . l1ay fol . home Mr _ RelUy an _ _ Phillips home last Thursday. Places , his famlly camo scvera l weeks ago'hired as church caretaker When 6<( 'friends came, for a cel*bra- tlon.,- Outdoor Sitntlng ItJnk Planned— The local young folk are ..planning nn .Ice-skating rink'on the school grounds. City water will be used to flood the ground. Iiitkntn Wing B. H. Game— Lakota and Woden played basketball at .the school gymnasium here Friday evening; score 17-18 In Lakota's favor. Other Lakota News. The F. 0. Torines drove to the 'arm near Armstrong Sunday to vhich they will move March 1. Mrs. Noble accompanied them us far as Swea City, where, she. Visited the Samuel AVarburtone. A committee, Mesdamee Harry served a monthly commercial club Tinner at E. 'R. AVorley's last Thurs- lay evening. Mrs. E. AV. Clemans, daughter Dorothy, and 'Elma Crosby went to RM AVIng, Minn., last -week AVednesday. They also visited «t Minneapolis, returning Sunday. iMr. and Mrs. Fred Laabs attended the funeral of .the former's moth- r 'Friday at Lone Rock. She had been sick with pneumonia only a few days. Emma Gutknecht drove to Mason City Friday and spent the week-end with her sister Lena, a teacher. Supt. and Mrs. Donald AVelr, of Burt, and a son called on friends here Saturday. The E. G. Woodworths drove to Ocheyedan Sunday to visit relatives. "astor's Urotlier is Substitute— Paul Johnson, brother of the Rev. rank Johnson, came Sunday to ake charge of the local Methodist hurch work till the pastor, who has tialta fever, is able to resume. Paul, V'ho Is a theological student at Garett university, will fill the pulpit here as part of practice work re- luired in his course. The Rev. and •Irs. Johnson are with the latter's parents at Knoxville, and Mr. Johnson's condition is reported much .he same as since he was stricken a ew weeks ago. Dakota Teacher loses Mother— Earl Grabau received a message early last week that his mother was critically sick, and he left immediately for Cresco to be with her. Mrs. rabau received word last week Wednesday that the mother had died that morning, and she and the chil- .Iren left for Cresco last Thursday naming -for funeral services held Saturday. The Grabaus came home Sunday. (Mr. Hamquist had charge of the school work during Mr. Grau- bau's absence. Pustor's Son Critically Sick- Henry, S-year-old son of the Rev and Mrs. Boese, was stricken -with appendicitis last Thursday, and was taken to a hospital at Buffalo Center for an operation. It was fount that the appendix was ruptured anc that peritonitis had set in, and the boy is in critical condition. and Mrs. Orville HoidreJi, MM. Edith Rich, Donald Hutchtfts, Algonft- The Ethan Light and William Rich families surpTtecd Mrs. Wil-> lam Drayton Friday night in honor of her birthday. Thd guests furnished lunch and ice cream. ; Hurt Pioneer Honored. Burt, Dec. 6—A dinner was given n honor of O. P. McDonald's 71st birthday last week Tuesday even- ng; guests: C. C. and K. J. Smith, J. G. McDonald, Al Staehle, Dr. W. T. Peters, W. A. MacArthur, 'F. H. Seller, Algonn. Mrs. D. L. McDonald served. Moe, Gus Torlne, Otto eorge Altlzer, and Guy Koppcn, Beemer, Four Corners The M. & D. club met last Thursday with Mrs. Alta Lowman, 27 present. Roll call was answered with the names of famous colleges, and the song was Let the Rest of the World Go By. A spelling bee was held, also guessing puzzle. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Etna Mitchell's next week Thursday. The Larkin clut> met Friday at Mrs. Ray Lowman's; Mrs. Ray Smith, Burt, hostess. Mildred Robinson, who had visited at Herman Lindeman's, Dakota City, came home last Friday. The children of the No. 7 Union school had dental examinations last Thursday. No charges were made, Doctor Olsen, Algona, donated his time. Each child received a card telling just what is needed to be done. Mrs. Edith Rich has spent the last week with the Orville Holdrens, -both Mr. and Mrs. Holdren being victims of the flu. 'Mrs. Rich is Mrs. Holdren's maternal grandmother. The John Gettmans, Mason City, were at 'Lewis Broesder's and John Sabin's part of last week. Corn-picking is being hurried along. Some farmers have as many as 35 or 40 acres yet in the field. Corn-huskers seem to be hard to find. Many will not pick for what the farmers can afford to pay. Mrs. Irene Bjustrom, No. G Union teacher, was unable to teach during the latter part of last week, being abed with the flu, A surprise party was held Friday night at C. N. Robinson's in honor of the daughter Mildred. The even- Sexton The school children are rehearsing n, Christmas program to be given at the Sexton hall. Mrs. Hilda Ansel lonelier. The Aid meets December 15 with Mrs. G. B. AVIse. riio Sunday school plane a Christmas program at the church Friday t>ecember 28. Mrs. B. B. Sanders, Mrs. Mack Wise, and Nell Wise Are the committee. All who tftftef frart are to be at the church this week Friday evening, at 7:30. The decorating committee, Is Neva Qlsen and Edith Greenfield, •' .Mr. and Mrs..Cimrles Downs, neat- Wesley, were callers at the Jofcn Harris home Saturday, and reported a daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Julius Seller Saturday. Mrs. v Seller was formerly Catherine Downs, •Mrs. Harvey Steven has beefi sick. The Aid will serve lunch at the Francis sale. Four Soxton women attended a Wesley Aid meeting at Mrs. .Torgen Skew's home last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paetz took their son "Billy to Rochester last week AVednesday for examination by Mayo doctors. ! The Rev. and Mrs. C. V. Hulse, of Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at Albert Grosenbach's. Mrs. Arch Berger, near Burt, is spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. G, B: Wise, Save IOWA COAL INSTITUTE IOWA E AI.VAXCB Ifij ASKET DECEMBER 7, 8, 9 and We reserve right to limit. Subject to being sold out BULK DATES 3 pounds 25c CORN MEAL 5 pounds lOc S Monarch Chocolate, 1-2 Ib. 19c H Pancake Flour, 3 1-2 Ibs. 13c =s Milk, tall cans, each 5c Gelatin Desert, pkg. Yeast, per package Oats, Quaker, large size -DC -Ot j -loci Christmas Trees CANDY DATES NUTS CIGARS POPCORN GOLD MEDAL FLOUK 49 pound bag $1.09 59c 24 1-2 pounds These prices are as two cars arrive. Buy your flour supply now at these rock bottom prices. PETER PAN FLOUR 24 1-2 Ib. bag 43c 49 Ib. bag 79c GIFTS OF FOOD ARE BEST FOR Christmas Malt Syrup, per can 27c Pop Corn, 4 pounds 19c Salted Peanuts, 2 pounds 19c Raisins, 2 pounds seedless 15c Walnuts, new crop, pound 15c Pumpkin, solid pack 2 Ige. cans 25c PEANUTS Roasted, fresh Ib. 5c TUNA, light meat, can __ lOc FLOOR WAX Paste or liquid. 57c Christmas Party is Planned— Mrs. Oran Sturdevant was hostess to the Methodist Aid at Mrs. Wooley's last week Wednesday. Plans were laid and committees appointed i j o h n McNeil. Attending: Mr. and for a Christmas party next week • Mrs. Lewis -Broesder, Mrs. Pearl ing was spent at 500 and other games. First prize was won by Wednesday evening. This is an annual nffair for all -who are ested in the church work. inter- Qmirterly Conference Is Held— The Rev. Mr. Muhleman, district superintendent, held the first quarterly conference at the Methodist church last week Tuesday evening. A good-sized crowd attended, and plans for the year's work were discussed. Jos. Faulkner was again Potter, sons Sherwood and Derwood, 'Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lowman, Mrs. Elsie Lindeman, Evelyn Nickerson, Earl Rich, Vincent Wilson, Cec-il and Milan Bjustrom, Grace and Robert, Pearl and Russell, Melvin, • Edna, Leona, Luella, and Lloyd AValker, Mr. and Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom, -Bernard Platte, John' McNeil, Evelyn CrulksVmnk, William Broesder, Irene, lona, and Elmer Witham, Mr. were set for 1C, and after lunch a program was given and a thank-offering taken. 'Mrs. Albert Pall, Ti- tonkn, who has .spent nine years on an Indian reservation in South Dakota, gave a talk on her work. for the funeral of Mrs. Reilly's fath- I er, Joseph Plathe, but C. J. here only a couple of days. (i rndes Give Ope ret I a— An operetta, Cross-Patch Fairies, will be presented at the gymnasium next week Tuesday night. It has three acts, and every member of the first four grades will be on the program. It Is under the supervision of Norma Partridge, Rernie Swell- son, and Mrs. Opal Morrison. John Kayser, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bay, Mrs. Fred I-llg, nnd the latter's son Herman left last week Tuesday for Waseca, I Minn., where they briefly visited the Caspar Kaysers. They also visited the Xick Phillips family, Claremont, Minn., returning Thursday. Other St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bay and Mrs. I/ocnl Woman Loses >*ep]u'w— I 'Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christensen I attended the funeral Saturday at Hampton of the latter's nephew, Wallace Jensen, 32. who died at Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Jensen, Valley City, X. D., his parents, spent Sunday with the Christensens. was JlinniJe Jorgt'iisoit Seriously Slfk— Bert Amclsburg and his son-in- law, Alfred Jorgenson, were 'called to Iowa City Saturday night by word that Jennie Jorgenson was seriously ill. Her mother and her sister, Mrs. Leslie Ka'hl, have been with her more than a week. Pork and Beans, per can 5c Enright's All 0' the Wheat— 5 Ibs. 22c 10 Ibs. 41 Onions, 10 pounds lOc Tea, green or black, 1-2 Ib. ____19c Cake Flour, Monarch 15c Food of Wheat, Monarch 15c Pineapple, br. si., 2 large cans —85c Monarch Coffee,, per Ib. 27c Mittens, 2-thumb, per pair Iflc Peanut. Butter, quart 21c Beans, Navy, 5 pounds loc Sorghum, pure, gallon 69c 1-2 gallon —We 1 WE WILL HAVE A CHRISTMAS TREE FOR YOU H Cash Paid for Eggs !l!il!lll!ll« Ledyarder AVi'ds Armstrong Girl— The Rev. Boese performed the ceremony uniting in marriage Bernice Irmiter, Armstrong, and Irvin Bauman, Ledyard, at the Lutheran John Thul spent Saturday at Nick parsonage, on November 25. They Father of Mrs. Worby Dies- Several from Lu Verne attended i the funeral last Thursday at Livermore of E. R. Faith, 52, who died last week Sunday at Iowa City. His wife, seven children, and one grandchild survive. Mrs. Milton Worby, Lu Verne, was a daughter. 20-27 strom's Phone 520 213 E. State street, Algona fAny MiyUj may be had equipped f /with gasoline Multi-Motor OYSTER STEW SUPPER C ongreg-ational Church Saturday, December 10 MENU Oyster Stew, Pickles, Coffee Apple Pie Price, 30c Congregational Ladies' Aid Mrs. Gunn's Division. Aid Slipper C'leiirs $85— The Presbyterian Aid felt well satisfied Saturday, when they found that their bazaar and supper had made them $S5. Though this was not as much as usual, they felt it whs doing well, considering the times. Kischen's, Cylinder. They stopped at West Bend to see the grotto. Mr. and Mrs. William Haglind drove to Cherokee last week Wednesday to visit the latter's mother, Mr.s. Zellar. iMrs. M. Hanifan, St. Joe, and an uncle, a Mr. Benedict, Clarion, spent the week-end with relatives near Liver-more. Leonard and Mary Manthei drove to Swea City Sunday to visit their brother John, who has been sick. Bertha Thul spent Sunday wth Kita Boyd, Livermore, who is in nurses' training at Mason City. Raymond Becker went to Matt Becker's, near Burt, last Thursday to pick corn. Willim Link has gone to Clare City, Minn., to look after farm interests. Richard Ha-beger started work last week at Peter Erpelding's. Adam Kramar was a business caller at Burt Saturday. Ediv. Deluiert's .Mother Killed— Mr. and Mrs. Bdw. Dehnert left for Lake 'Mills, Wis., Saturday on receiving word that Mr. Dehnert's mother had been run over by an automobile and killed. She had visited here and Penton last summer. Twenty-Four in ficclum Tilt— Twenty-four responded to first call for high school declamatory work Monday. They will select their readings before the holidays, and the home contest will fee held early in January. Farm Hand Hurt In Fall— Otto Bunkofske, while pitching hay at Mrs. Fred Steussy's last week Wednesday, fell from the hay mow, lit on a manger, and suffered a badly bruised side, but no broken bones. Other Lu \erne News. Mrs. R. L. Corbin was hostess to the Entre Nous Bridge club last week Tuesday evening, with three tables of bridge in play. Mrs. Cecil Huff and Mrs. A. J. Eason were winner^ of first and second scores respectively. Mrs. Burdette Agard, I Algona. and a Miss Petersoi), Fort will live on the Bill Bauman farm, north of town. Dale. HaiiKiulst lilj Party— Sunday was Dale Hamquist's 13th birthday, and he entertained in the afternoon Betty Ley, Betty Johnson, Lewis Price, Lyle Patterson, Donald Worley, Billy Powers, and jim Trenary. SPENCER MAY REQUIRE PEDDLERJIEALTH EXAMS An ordinance of a new sort directed against peddlers and canvassers was to be presented to the Spencer council at a meeting .Friday night. According to its terms no peddler or other canvasser could go from house to house without a premit from the mayor issued after an examination toy the town health physician certifying that the applicant is free from communicable disease. The examination costs $2 and there is a fine up to $100 and/or imprisonment for 30 days for violation. Even solicitors for charitable purposes would have Gns Koppens 20 Years Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Gust Koppen reached their 20th wedding anniversary last week Sunday, and on Monday evening following were surprised XMAS CARDS Cut Prices to have a permit, similar ordinance.' 'Eethervllle has a Bailey to Speak. Leo C. Dailey, former Algona boy, secretary of the Spencer Commercial club and of the Clay county fair, will be one of the main speakers at the annual meeting of the etate- county fair managers' association at Des Moinee next Monday and Tuesday. Regular 5c cards. 3 for _10c Regular lOc cards, 3 for 20c Regular 15c cards,- lOc each CARDS BOXED 25c boxes _____19c each 50c boxes 87c each $1.00 boxes G7c each Buy your cards while the selection is large. LUSBY'S Drag Store AND We have set our house in order to make your Christmas shopping a most pleasant adventure. Touched by the magic of the Christmas spirit, every department in this store has become a shop of gifts filled vita the beautiful, the unusual, as well as the serviceable and practical. Domestic and imported toilet water $1.00 to $5 Artificial Christmas trees 50c Cara Nome sets $1.50 to $7 Thermos bottles 98c to $3.00 Thermo lunch kits $2.25 Christmas cards > 5c to 25c Recipe boxes, indexed 29c Cigar lighters 79 C Fancy bridge score pads 5c to 25c Bibles $1.00 to $7.00 Address books S5c to $1.00 Fancy perfumes 50c to $1.00 Electrex waffle irons $8.89 to 7.49 Pipe and 1 can tobacco 49c Electrex percolators $2.98 Three Flowers bath sets ___$2.00 Narcisses bath sets $2,00 Gold edge correspondence N cards, "Special" 29c Shari toilet sets $2.50 Fancy boxes cigars __50c to $2.25 Art Style chocolates, fancy box 69 C to $1.50 Cigarets, per carton $1,75 Shaving sets __1.00 Christmas cards, doz _— Christmas cards, dozen Silhouettes 50c to Toilet Sets - $3.98 to Ash Trays Beautiful Compacts -20c to Eaton's Vellum .Stationery Five-year Diary with key Playing Cards, single deds Playing cards, double deck - . Ann Howard chocolates 85c w .. Powder atomizer \ Perfume atomizer Saturday Special, 1 Ib. box Miss Morse's Chocolates, 69c. ° f ChrirtBIIUI Cards » Bookle ^ Seals, Holly Blblion TInseJ Cord are attractJug ' 98c; penS) Algona LEST YOU FORGET Shop Early at the Christmas Store Beautiful K. D. JAMES THE BEXALL STORE

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