Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 9, 1933 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 9, 1933
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mm m GRADE EXAMS takota, Feb. 7-°-#he first county StU grade examinations for 1032-33 I were given at the (Lakota achool- Iiouse Friday. The second examination of the same eighth grade pu- nlte, which will Include some subjects not' given this time, also eome In which failures have occurred, ueu- comes In May. Twenty-seven i took the tests at Lakota as I follows! Emma Bobo, Irene Bosma, j Irene Grlese, Artene Buach, Alma Bheldahl, Alpha Sleper, Llllte Nel- laon, Ruth Hertzke, Margaret Hlp- [ pen, Mamie (Limberg, May Edwarda, Elvera Aekerman, Oenevleve iltes, Howard Koppen, Olfert Rlppen- I trop, Gall Olthoff, Herman (Rlppen- J trop/ Merle Heetland, Melvln Ll- [forand, Johnny Uubben, Arlln Mad- 1 «tzke, Edward Sheldahl, Robert Ed| wards, -Delbert Gray, John Weesele, Mervln Olthoff, and Arnold Ghlese. Baby Tnkcn to Hospital— Mike Hendrlckaon took,hte 4-weeks haby to Iowa City last Thursday for treatment at 'the university hospital. They were accompanied by George Hagge, Mrs. Harley Hoeck, and Mrs. ''Lou NItz. Mrs. Nitz and her daugh- I ter Bertha had helped care for Mrs. Hendrlckeon and the baby since the latter'a birth. I Golf Clnl) In Annual aiect— j The North Kossuth golf club held i Jta annual meeting' hero Friday j evening, and member^ from Swea I City, Bancroft, and Lakota attended, Buell Pearson, Swea City, was 1 elected president and manager. E. Worley, (Lakota, was retiring Wesley Creamery Meet Draws ISO Saturday Vil-v n f^ . " *^ K083OTH COtTNTY ADVANCT1 tl/i™. tm... ~£££$'£x&z •j »-- v a «*.(,jj|, tlorcrnvi president and presided nt the meeting; Vincent DouRhan u £^7 A,? 0 ? 6 " ' Sk ° W ' S'™n !!,£ nor and Alt studer were re-electort <lrectors; directors who hold ove are Herman Osterciunp, John dorfer, John " Ol- sand- I president, having.held the office five years. \." • .•' • ' lakofa Quints Defeat Bancroft— Lakota'e 1st and second basketball , teams played Bancroft's 1st and 2nd i teams on the Lakota floor lost week I Tuesday night, and SLakota won both games. Dakota's 1st team played the Buffalo Center 2nd team on the local floor Friday night, and Lakota . won, 47-S. . ' . Acorn Club Is Entertained— Mrs. Earl Grabau entertained the Acorn club Thursday, 18 attending. After business a progarh was given: [ roll call, Bible verses; Arabia, Persia, Irak, Mrs. Ida Smith; Syria, Palestine, Mrs. Claire Frerking. All-Bay F. B. Meet Tomorrow— The Ledyard township Farm Bureau will meet at Jacob Telcamp's j for an all-day meeting for men and 1 women this week Friday, and a covered-dish dinner will be served at i noon. E. 1. Party at Worley's— Twenty-five Epworth .Leaguers | had a party at E. R. Worley's Friday evening. Games were .played and jig-saw puzzles worked. Mrs. R. E. Hamqutet helped Mrs. Worley. j Boettchers Married 18 Years— A party was given at H. J. I Boettcher's Friday, January 27, In 1 honor of the couple's 18th wedding anniversary. Many friends helped them celebrate. , • j Schenck Buys Koppen Horses— • The Alfred Schencks, Algona were Visitors Sunday at Otto Koppen's. Mr, Schenck came back Monday and frought four horses from Mrs. Kop- I pen, , . - Commercial Club Has Dinner— The fifth division of the Methodist Aid served a Commercial club dinner at «. E. Hamqufat'e laet Thursday Fire at Ve c Miillln's— 'Fire, the result of a defective chimney, broke out in the attic af the 8 oclock -• «/.,• v_itLi iiuin ««n, and Honry Havorly. , I1B •'"•""Rht 'lunch consisting of dlchcs, Ice cream, and cake. I'romIncut Lny^Jn'Fllls Fulpltg- .Torgcn Kkovv filled the tlonnl pulpits at Brltt ---' Flilt •Rev. n onn M ' who ta ^tending a convention at Chicago. The Hutchins V, omen's Bible Study class will meet this week Friday, ^i^ Mr , r Marion Paulson in charge, as usual of RomaTs" Clnl. Studios Old Furniture— The Study club will meet week Thursday with Mrs Mrs. E. R. Swanaon this Jn . The subject is Re-finishing Old Furniture, and roll-call will be w, ~tr ,,, ' lno attlc wf -"uie, u.nu roii-cau will be ,'HnM, , " resMenc e at about * n »wered by naming a period of ± C * ^.L: rhU '- sd ^ -vening. »?• The Methodist Aid meet* ay eve Firemen promptly arrived and ex tlngulshed the flames. But the roof had been badly damaged, and ciou"- ng and bed-clothing saturated with water and injured by chemicals. The m ° ved "-» i-v J.U111U lepairs are completed. Mr j plans to have the roof raised, until - ..«««», ^viu JI1VI3U5 next week Wednesday with Mrs Clarence Ward, Verna Ken-ins as- listing. Boys Win l!l Games In our basketball games with Corwith last week, the boys' second team snoP J« deslmblo, and so much ot." , roof will have to be rebuilt, any- Do- May Contestants nro Chosen— J.he public school ,1101110 declamatory contest has been postponed to Wednesday, February 15. l n the elimination contest, Clarence Boor, Helen Franscn, Iva ,v,ay Win! and Edward Funncmark, Placed In oratorical; Mary Lorenz Louise and Louino Kunz, Ethel Bralcy, and Johnette Looft, in dramatic; Frances Kunz, En ar Fran- ien, Marie Keno, and James Lloyd n humorous. Last week Wednesday Suut. Swanson and the Misses McGee and Rcimer judged a contest at Woden. This week Tuesday night they go to Renwick to act as Judges. 24-17, and the boys' first team, it Algona, our girls „„ - • - our boys won, 33-23. Into makes 13 wins "in a row" for our boys. This week Friday thc boys ancl girls will meet Rake in the last home game. Alfeml oil KcFlnery^rcct— The Messrs. and Mesdames Julius Studer and Simon Hlrner left Monday afternoon to attend an El Dorado Refinery company's meeting at i wmnii ni L.U VERNE IS 68; CELEBRATES ;u Verne, Fob. 7 — Mrs. Mary Zwelfel was fis Friday, and Sunday all her children gathered at her homo to celebrate with a family dinner: Mrs. Willis Martin, Mattoon, HI.; John, Rochester, Minn.; Mrs. Ike Smith, Hardy; Mrs. Eion I'rench, Renwick; James, Corwlth' Mrs. Lee Llchty, L u Verne; and Bob, who lives with his mother and farms the home place. The families were there also. This was the first time the whole family had been together in years, H. S. 'Dcclnm £llm'~Held— In a high school declamatory elimination contest last Thursday afternoon the following pupils won the honor of participating in the lome contest: Dramatic class- Helen Kuebler, Fern Barton, Gwenetha Jonee, Charlene Christenson, Yulahmae Murray; humorous—Maxne Sidney, Edward Llndebak, Mary VIcClollan, Carmen Hesse, Betty Mastenson, Jeanne Jennings. There Pneumonia Is Fatal for Swea City Baby -Swea City, Feb. 7—John, 8 months old baby o f Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bolln, died last week Tuesday, and funeral services were held at the Baptist church last Thureday, conducted by the Rev. George Seimens. Burial wa s made In the Harrison cemetery. Death was caused by pneumonia and whooping cough. The Bolins have one other child, a daughter, four years old. Odd Fellows In Meet Here— The I. O .O. P. county council met here last week Monday evening, and 150 attended. Titonka, Burt, Algona, Wesley, and Fenton were represented. A program of readings and musical numbers was given by Swea Cityana, with a talk by J. p. Fisher, Titonka. After refreshments the Gardner orchestra played for a dance. Frank 1'orter is Married— Frank Porter and Thelma Kesler were married at the Methodist par- PINEY WOODS SCHOOL NEEDS OLD CLOTHING Irvingrton, Feb. 7—The January Pine Torch from the Plney Woods, Miss., Negro school says: "The coming of Mabel Carney, head of the department of rural education, New York, was a delightful time for UB all. Her sincere interest in the work being done from the blacksmith shop to the bakery was an inspiration. She has given permission for inquiries regarding the school to be addressed to her. Mies Carney also visited several homes in the community and neighboring farms Thursday were Mrs. Nina Blythe, Mrs. Rome Robison, and Mrs. August Robison. Anna iRamus, Lu Verne,' spent several days last week here, helping care for her sister, Mrs. Percv Schlchtl. y The Rev. A. English preached PAQB THRBMt ^^^^^^^^^^SSS9" Sunday on "Yet man is born nut* trouble, as the sparks fly upwarfl.*. Job 6:7. . ' Mrs. Henry Lofirig and her i_, ter Jean arrived one day last we for several days at A. McLean's. JU3AD THE WANT-ADS - — •"• i't*,i - ti «...« »"-*5*i'ivui iiiii liirms sonage by the Rev. Mr. McDowell i being cultivated in keeping with the «?mi Sday> Frank te a son of ; instruction of the vocational agricul- Wllliam Porter, of the Grant neigh-jtural agent here, and she expressed , ^ „„.„.„.£,„. j.,,^!^ oornooa, and Thelma is from Arm-I the opinion that Plney Woods was were only four in the oratorical i « tron S- They will live with Mr. !serving a far greater mass of people class, so they will contest the same Porter's parents. than the few hundred orT the earn- • --., — „.,,,_, (ll Molncn. The Messrs. Hirner night as members of other classes L.,,.. . . . — next week Wednesday. They are: 1 Anderson Is Stricken— Other Lakota News. Wcsloyan Sends Florida Oranges- Mrs. Ben Hopkins received a box of Florida oranges Saturday from her husband, who is at Roekledge. The address card contained the words, "From the two Bens "—the other 'being Ben Felt, also a Wes- oyan Mr. Hopkins writes his wife that h e is running aroun.l with an 'orange in hU J; ue" all the time. He has visited the W. W. Finns 70 miles from Roekledge. The Finns are former Wesleyans. Children Observe Xaux Anniversary Children of Mr. and Mrs. , Matt Laux surprised them at their home Sunday evening, in honor of their 40th wedding anniversary, which falls on February 6. All attended except the Tony Sellers, Sexton. Those present were the Messrs, and .... v,^.tji ,j. , Lli mjl* I j mid 'Studer aro officers of the K. ' and K. .stands for Kossuth and Hancock. Wesley's Itr.-ir.slm] Is Better- Friends who called upon Paul Friborg at Kossuth hospital, Al- ffona, late last week, reported him decidedly improved. Other Wesley News. •Nathan Studer, who has been sick •ith stomach flu, .is somewhat improved. He has heard from his grandson, Jimmy, son of Ed Studer, at 'Excelsior, Minn. The lad broke a leg about Christmas, the result of n skiing accident. He Is doing well; is being conveyed to and from school, and expects to have the cast removed about February 15. The (Rev. and Mrs. Bernsten left for Chicago last Thursday, accompanied by Joseph Skow. The party will attend the yearly conference held at the Moody Bible Institute. The Rev. Mr. (Bernsten is pastor of the Brltt and Wesley Congregational churches. Miss McGee, Wesley teacher, spent the week-end at her home, Humboldt. The Carl Franzens were Sun- Richard Niver, Harold Lichty, Jly- ron Jones, Florence Thompson. Church Organizations Meet— Tho Methodist and Evangelical Missionary societies met last Thursday, the former with Mrs. Peter Thompson, the latter with Mrs. Catherine Marty. Mm. Harold Phil- Edw. Anderson suffered a stroke than the few hundred on the campus." Professor L. C. Jones has •published a ,p]ea for more cast-off clothing. «e says that never has old care been bedfast six --••-« Methorjlst loader, and Mrs. wife of the pastor, had charge of devotionals, Mrs. A. L. Kpooner of enigmas. A number on the Evangelical program was a one-act play, Prayer Partners, by Mrs. Walter Hefti, Esther Merkle. Mesdnmes Will and Henry Marty were assisting hostesses. Bnsltetecrs win, Then lose— The basketball teams were both | Mrs. Swen Nelson was taken sick Friday, and is confined to her bed. Alma Funnemark is on the sick list. t T, Mr8 ' , Excetalor> Mlnn - Ward Smith till Satu - h2S;.^ hen they went on to Mln S« 0 ^ Uy Sprlns goods- coming home snnd ay, accompanied by Mm. !w etrhs> f other ' Mrs - Daweon, Ray's , « daUghter Shlrte y- me to and the Daw- the s " Ward Dawson to vteit Smith Parent81 Mr> and MM " C - R. and M, M r HTel Leave «-ton, H. D. A., Sav ^. J 1 H - Warburton left Mon- Amee to attend 21 TAKE 8TH GRADE EXAMS ATJITONKA Titonka, Feb. 7—Twenty^one children from country schools surrounding Titonka wrote eighth grade examinations here Friday, with Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe in charge. They, were: Richard Gray, Le Roy Loats, Fred Rakemaker, iLena Sunken, Edna Sleper, Thomas Mulligan, Ruth Barton, Marvin Penning, Ellen Tjaden, John and Margaret Cordee, all of German township; Elsie and Ralph Jain, Thelma Mae Oppedahl, Roscoe Stewart, Bertha .Weasel, Harry Mc- Connekey, and Melvln Attlg, all of Buffalo township; Donald Graham, Eldon Attlg, Portland township; and Johnny IBoeckholt, Ramsey town- ehlp. Epworth League Plans Parties— The Epworth League cabinet met at the Willis Phelps home in Portland township last week Wednesday night. Attending: Harold and Fern Krantz, Kathz-yn and Wilbur Schram, Leota Oesterrelcher, Barbara Ball. A valentine party son City won by a few baskets. The locals will play the Woden town team here this week Tuesday night. Bonacker Girl to Hospital— Mr. and Mrs. George —. ».. u ..iitj. - vjcui£t? iDonacKer took their daughter Janice to a Mason City hospital Friday for treatment by an ear specialist. Janice has been sick a long time, but is improving now. Skating Party Is Given- Robert Budlong gave a skating party Friday night. Attending: Rosemary Bacon, Patty Ball, Maxlne Stott, Stephen de Vries, .Earl 'Schweppe. Lunch was served. Poiielsons to Leave Tltonka John Pouelsen, manager of th« creamery, and his family are making preparations to move to Rolfe, where John has bought a creamery. Other Titonka News. Edward Zwelfel drove to Dumont Friday to get his wife, .who had been critically sick for some weeks Jn a hospital there. They came home •Sunday. . Leola Michaeleen has been doing the housework for the Zwei- E Zetland v ' B laet and Jerry Smith 8und a and eueste Mrs. Del. the Rev. Bob Clemans f A. q. Smith's contest at *"<* entertained Smlth> * ** week |*"nDod KelnS , turdeva nt went to Vtel * relativl "'*** Wedn <*day to 1 , ^'SS Lnr. ' ' Parents at Sch «*>der enter- fl ' 0m 8 «» 5 at «venin a fe^y men week Tuesday ; Noble went to Mrs. Ous Tuesday a planned at Barbara Ball's. A candy party was also planned, but U was not decided when or where. S)iowers for Milton Pendergasfs— • Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Pendergast entertained at a shower for Mr. anc Mrs. Milton Pendergast last week Tuesday night. Bridge was played, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bonacker won the high score. Beryl and Gladys Boggee and Doyle and Daisy Craven gave a kitchen shbwer for the same honorees the next night, Attend D. M. Tax Meeting- Jay Budlong, accompanied by Albert Nelson, Titonka, and Ralph Olson and a Mr. Carpenter, of Ledyard, drove to Des Moines -last week Tuesday to attend taxpayers' meetings. Mr. Olson spoke there on the tax problem. They visited the house of representatives and the senate, returning Wednesday. Woman's Club Has Program— The Woman's club met last Thursday evening, Mrs. H. A. French, hostess, Mrs. Stephen de Vries leader. The lesson was a review of an Iowa prize-winning club play. Roll call was on Iowa movie stars. The next meeting fa scheduled for next week Thursday night at Mrs. Carrie Torgereen'e. H. S. Quint Defeats Feutou— The high, school basketball team played Fenton Saturday night here. The first and second team games were both won by Tltonka. The ser- enth and eighth grades here played the local ninth and tenth grades, the latter winning. The juniors sold candy and popcorn and made $2. fela. Mrs. Carl Giesking, who went 'to the Park hospital, Mason City, last week Tuesday for clinical examination, returned Sunday night. She has been sick for the laet several weeks. Luther Disney, employed at the R. •L. Kranti farm, north of town, drove to Mason City Monday to take back Clifford Krantz, who Is attending school there. - Irma Campbell and Aliens Johnson spent the week-end at their respective homes, Miss Campbell at Hampton, Miss Johnson at Des Moines. Mrs. Ubbe Winter entered a Mason City hospital last week Wednesday for clinical examination. She returned Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Downs, accompanied by Editor and Mrs. 'Lee O. Wolfe, were at Algona Friday evening. The high school qujnt played the Woden high school team Monday night. victorious in home games against Gllmore City last week Tuesday evening, and the boys' second team defeated the Livermore second team here Friday night, though the firsts lost, 24-15. The girls will play the Algona academy at Algona this week Friday night. Bible Class Has Prog-ram— The senior women's S. 'S. Bible class met Friday at the Methodist parsonage. A good program was given: vocal solos, Mrs. Harry Lichty and the Rev. Mr. Baddeley; prayer by teacher, Mrs. A. L. Spooner; reading, Mrs. Baddeley. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. W. F. Godfrey. Aid Meets In Groups— To make their Aid meeting a little different last week, the Methodist women met In two groups, women south of the railroad at Mrs. H. C. Allen's, women north at Mrs. J. E. Lindebak's. The group at Mrs. Allen's raised a little more money than the other group. Arnold Weg-aers 25 Years Wed— Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wegner celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary last week Monday, Forty relatives and friends gathered 'at her home that evening. Progressive 500 was played, Mrs. Otto Ramus winning the high score, Harold Nlelson low. Miihlcman Talks Here Sunday- District Supt. W. G. Muhleman conducted morning and evening services at the Methodist church Sunday. In the evening he gave an illustrated lecture on a trip in the west. The orcheetra gave special numbers. • Other Lu Verne News. The J. J. club women and their husbands had a- party at the city hall last Thursday evening. Progressive' rook was played at six tables, and the high score was won by Chae. Wolf, Mrs. Wolf winning the travel prize.". Dorothy Fecht, Cedar Falls, and Elmo Outlier, Prairie City, were guests of-Fred Graham part of last week. Miss Fecht is private secretary to President O. R. Latham, of the State Teachers college. Mrs. Charles Hinz was 'hostess to the Lutheran Aid at the church last Thursday. The afternoon was spent at piecing quilt blocks. Mrs. Herman Hinz Jr. will entertain at the March meeting. Mrs. Willis Martin, Mattoon, 111., is spending a couple of weeks with her mother, Jtrs. Mary Zweifel, who has been confined to her home by sickness all winter. Mrs. Jas. Christenson and her daughters Charlirie and Marjory spent the week-end at Des Moines, and Mr. Christenson joined them Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Eustace attended a Mid-Continent oil men's banquet at'Mason City last week Monday night. Mrs. Walter Hunt and her eon Walter Jr. are visiting relatives at Chicago and Aurora, 111. Addle Thompson, formerly of Morrison, is visiting her brother. Peter Thompson. j 1!. H. Quint Wins at Itodc— _The high school .basket ball boys ' evening, ; are eagerly watched for If a naok- preceding the age or box is sent collect it should I'be addressed to Braxton, Miss. If the I freight is prepaid, it is best to send it direct to Piney Woods. 2C-2-1. This in the straight victory for thc locals. 13th The The Cemetery association recently "' ' business meeting. AH r, i. , .«<-«..o. .LUG neiu us annual niminp<:s! S^'m i,T' n Play SP6 " Cer at Es - officers ' ^eT re elected thorville this week Tuesday night. ' <- le ccea. Hatchery Begins th c Season— The Swea City hatchery has set incubators for the first hatch of the season. Ray Smith, owner has The had six jobs of printing done for this year's advertising. Poultry Specialist to Come- Last week Monday's night school was attended by 100 persons. W. R. Whitfield, poultry extension specialist, will speak at th e next meeting, which will be a joint session for men and women. Good Farm Anctlon Prices— The Tom Fretty farm sale a week ago Saturday ivas a t>ig success. Stock, machinery, and practically everything else brought good prices. Cows sold at from $35 to $40. Third Sanborn Store Opened— Clyde Sanborn has opened his new store at Esthervllle. He has two other stores, one here, the other at Armstrong. legion Post Has Carnival— A Legion carnival tfill be held this week Wednesday night. Prizes are to be awarded, Other Swea City. Dick Evans delivered Montgomery-Ward catalogs in town and the surrounding community last week. They were brought to Algona and distributed • thence throughout the county. Mrs. Marie Jacobs recently went to Mason City Friday to consult an eye specialist and remained at Mercy hospital for goiter tests, which, it Is feared, causes her eye trouble. Clarence Hovey epent the weekend, with his parents. He Is atte,nd- Ing Waldorf college, Forest City. The Alden McAdams family is visiting Alden's parents, Mr. -and Mre Charles McAdams. -._ _. ^**^^vi, j.mj Of Il~ •bers, who are also directors , are- president, Frank Weber; vice, M. L. Roney; secretary, M. J. '.Jones;' treasurer, M. E. Wooster; sexton, ( Albert Butterfield. The other direc- jtors are Harry Sabin, 'Simon Leigh, sent eggs east for hatching and has ! ^'' S f re Harry Sabin - ' Slmon Lei £ h > had six Jobs of printing done for! S Parsons ' a "d Henry Kuhl- The 'iBeed" Hansons are quaran- Mr. Hanson tined for scarlet fever, has the disease. TITONKIAN AND TEACHER ARE MARRIED IH MISSOURI Titonka, Jan. 31—Aletha Schreck and Milton Pendergast drove to Grant City, Mo., one day last week and were married there. They returned to Titonka, where Mre. Pendergast teaches, and were charlvar- ied last week Wednesday night by the town . young people. A roaster was given as a wedding- gift. Sunday afternoon the newlyweds drove to Hayfield to visit Mrs. Pendergasfs parents. (Mrs; Pendergast has taught here for some years. man. Missionary Society to Meet— The Missionary society meets next week Friday afternoon. The annual business meeting and election of officers will be held. No meetings have been held since November, and the three months lessons will be combined. Mrs. V. J. Schichtl, president, will have charge. Women 'at tending are asked to take . dishes and sandwiches. Asas Have Xew Daughter— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Asa are par ents of a girl, born laet week. Mon day, named Kathryn Lillian afte her two grandmothers. The Asas have four other children. School Event Is Planned- John Frankl recently visited W Scott Hanna, Lu Verne, a patient a an Iowa City hospital. He is suffer Ing from hardening of the arterie and complications. Hurt In Fall In Barn— .Tom Chilton is suffering from broken ribs received when he fel from the hay loft In his barn one day last week and struck her back against a manger. Other Lu Yerne News. The William Gronbachs, who have lived for a number of year on an acreage west of town, have moved to Irvington and now occupy th- section house, which had been vacant since Mr. and Mrs. Glen Haln left last fall. The Richard Leighs have recently been confined to home with serious attacks of the flu. James Hudson employed at the Leigh farm, has also been sick, and Betty Mae Miller has been on the sick list again. Vern Mangle and Roscoe 'Brown plan to go to Chicago with two carloads of cattle' this week Tuesday night, and while in Chicago will visit the Roy Blythes, former Irv- Ingtonians, Mr. and Mra. Henry Scheppman have been recent visitors In Minnesota, called there by the sickness of Mrs. Scheppman's mother. A valentine box will be opened at the Irvington schoolhouse this week Friday afternoon. Mothers and oth- ers'are invited to attend. The Dell Barkers, Waldorf, Minn, after a visit with Mrs. Barker's parents, Mr. and- Mre. William Rut- . ledge, went home Monday. Callers at M. Eoney's last HORSES and MULES We intend to quit grading and are offering for sale om -entire herd of 8 horses and 32 mules. This herd of fine work stock may be seen at the fair grounds at to hitch McGUIRE BROS. ALGONA, IOWA PHO NE 338 OR 636 Why Not Enjoy a Warm Home By burning our coal F. S. Norton & Son Lumber and Coal Cupid Declares If you play the game of love you've got to hold a hand CANDY HEARTS ARE ALWAYS TRUMPS AND WILL HELP YOU TO WIN T, M ace ° f h ^ arts — gorgeous red satin or paper heart boxes containing 1 or 2 Ibs. of the most delicious chocolates will take any Queen of .Hearts; SWEETHEART DAY, FEBRUARY 14 Candy hearts of all 'kinds at the Algonquin Confectionery 101 EAST STATE STREET ALGONA, IOWA ———————»wm iiiciTl iTORE! YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME iLarge No..2% can-.i Best Wisconsin -g f Cream and Brick POUIfB-l O C CHERRIES CARAMELS Michigan Red Pitted No. 10 can "—-— Chocolate Covered Per pound i. CRACKERS "Cafe. Sodas f\ •* 2 pound caddy £ J. C § 8uvo yonr Co uncH Oak Coffee Bar. I '*'" (10) of thes <> "»Pt? bag* can be »•"«•»» - i-ss ""'» COUNCIL OAK COFFEE . . IB. 29c PEANUTS JELLO BOLOGNA 3 Pounds 25c SYRUP Imitation Maple (BOTTLE -j /| . J.UC PALMOUVE FREE! Toilet Soap 2 bars' for lie 2 Lb. bars w|th purchase of 3 bars Blue Barrel Soap tOt CUT WAX BEANS, No. 2 can W SAUERKRAUT, Morning Light,"ilfo7¥K2 cans _ _ . OE,, STOCK SALT, 100 1H>. H)ag"I"""I"""" fg f»m ' • ' .•*'*•*'»«"••*•»•. •-'.ffryr 1 ."""— >™> »—•»— - »S Club is Ethel Wellmeyer entertained her Jridge club at H. C. Schweppe's last Thursday evening. Attending: Donald Bacon, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pen- dergaet, Phydelis Peterson, Arthur Jay Budlong, Oscar Blanchard, Es- 3Bona.cker. Mrs. Pendergast won ;he travel prize. Town quint I<o$e» to M, C.— town baskeHwai team pl»y«4. here. test Thursday night, and Ma-| ItCI kJCVB $3.49 32-piefce Dinner Sets Service for Six Choice selection of patterns in pleasing floral spray decals. The season's new colors and shapes. Dinner Sets Countess shape 35 Cft pieces—. 4»O* . mant S/ores Alum, Tea Ket* ties 59c They're lower priced now House Broom 17c Featured special this sale. O'Cedar Mops 1,00 Best qual. triangle shape. Alumiimmware Featured^ specif J 4 Q|% Dairy PaiU, 12 qt. 29q They're values at this price Duplex oil cloth 25c Pattern back, 64-in. wide. Whisk Brooms lOc Regulation size lower price Cray Enamelware 3 yotfu asfcfe 41 Table Covers, 54- in. x 54 in., 49c High quality, new patterns Wash Boilers $!J8 Heavy tin, copper bottom Galvan. Tubs 57<? Standard size, low priced, „ Here you'U 4 n^ 1 3C Alum, Coffee Maker 50c Make coffee more delicious O'Cedar Polish 50c Big 12 ounce bottle. Alum. Cooker* $1 Utility or clamp seal styles Dinnerware White cups and saucers, 4 ft^ plates, bjo^s, choice _,_,., I IfC ^f^ •""" «| °H|"P "JQfF*- Special Thursday Green Enamelware Six big values. Choice each 13 quart pail, 10 combinet, 7 qt. kettle, 14 qt. dish pan, 8 l,ator ? 6 qt, kettle. - 45c qt. tea I'll : f

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