Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1933 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 16, 1933
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PECIALS Lck Raspber- ^s, No. 2 can — i Meal, h.bag lugar, brown, j ]b. bag Chocolate hookies, per lb. Hello, foer pkg. 'aim Olive Lp, 2 cakes IOC gyrup, lark, 10-lb. pail ff eet Potatoes, Bibs. JLipton's Tea, Iy 2 lb. black _ |pearl Barley, lib. bag-— lie 4*c IZc 37c ..Tie Is it Here? I The first card of the NE\V IDEAL has been turned over I Will this mean— Highe* Commodity Prices? Higher Farm Prices? Higher Land Values? I Our leading farm experts and I economists believe these j things, so do millions of oth- |«r people. Buy Good Land NOW for SAFETY ASD INCREASE in VALUE [McDonald & Company for the Best Buys in Iowa Land Iowa State Bank Bldg. Tel. 213-W. Rich, satisfying flavor and l«t« *f It. That's what you always get la this BETTER c«ffee . . . that Is "by it always Pay to buy It. XONE'S CHICAGO $8.00 ^Children Half Fare IS all trains —"o point by A W, March 20 1 Also % Koui "l Trip Pares DaJ1 KIM, aud '<wer Round Trip tares to nianv points tra .car ex m a T1 <*ets No w on Sale Y.. " "" oaie 123 MILWAUKEE ROAD "t&y and POST insured Iowa ' WHITTEMORE PAIR ESCAPE EARTHQUAKE . Whtttemore, Mar. 14—Mr. and Mrs. Henry Folder got homo Saturday from California, where they had spent tho winter with relatives and old friends. They visited various points In California and called on many former Whlttemore people, among them the Theo. Swansons, the A. C. Meyers family, Mr. and Mrs. Uex, the Charles Elberts. C. B. Holdrldge, Mrs. Palmer, Theo Rantzow, the former Bessie Farley, Mrs. George Snell, Sadie Cres, the Mike Boylcs the Joseph and G. L. Essars, and the Rev. Mr. Boren, Mrs. Boron being a sister of John Melne. The Folders left just In time to escape the earthquake. They had boon at Los Angeles. Treats for Lutheran Cliolr— The Lutheran choir held RB annual practice la.st week Tuesday evening at the Lutheran schoolhouse, and Miss Clara Vaudt and Herbert Zumach "set up the treats" the occasion being their birthdays, Miss Vaudt's last week Monday' Herbert's the next day. Lunch' brought by Herbert and Clara was served. Louis Grclnert and Mrs. H. \V. Behnke were guests. Produce Firm is Dissolved— The Maahs Bros, produce firm •has been dissolved. Edw. Maahs is operated a new hatchery and conducting a produce business in the old Kenne restaurant building, and Herman Maahs has taken over the Shell Oil Station and .tank wagon. Quilting: Hoe is Given— Mrs. Andrew Elbert had a quilt- ins bee last Thursday afternoon. Attending were Mrs. Peter Elbert, Mrs. Otto -Boll, Mrs. William Berninghaus, Mrs. William Lnuck, Mrs. Peter Kollasch, Lucinda Han over. Foot Wounded on Nail— John Edward Burke, who is at his grandfather Edward Burko's, stepped on a nail last week Tuesday, and was taken to Doctor McCreery, who Injected tetanus antitoxin and dressed the wound. New Barber SIiop Planned— George Aiirhart la 'remodeling 'his pool hall, where Charles Lauritzen was formerly located. He is also putting in a partition for a one-chair barber shop to be run by his son-in-law, S. A. Savage. Quilting Bee is Given— A quilting bee was given at Mrs. Carl Ebert's one day last week. Attending: Mrs. Henry Schultz, daughter Edna, Mrs. Leo Swanson, Mrs. Clayton Crook, Mrs. Harold Frost. KOS5UTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQOPU. IOWA HERE S,?OLL OF THE LITTLE SYMPHONY AND THE H. S. BAND BO 7 ] 1 " Algona !l| K'i school band of » • plccoH and the high school Little Symphony orchestra gave n ' structor, was congratulated on The Little Symphony. ^Members of the Little Symphony Robinson, Adras Yeoman, Jean >' Gunn, Betty Murlagh, Helen Hueser Nettle Grubb, Vivian Mil- cr, Kathleen Evans, Isabel Greenberg, Rona Bakken, Harry Greenberg Agnes Wiltgen, Orval Hainos, Ida Peterson, Wayne Moore, Doris Jones, Lucille Dearchs, Maxlne Robinson, Adras Yoeman, Murtagh, Maxlne Peterson, Neumnn, Betty Messenger, &eofeld, Fonda Dltsworth. Miller; clarinets—Don' Jean Fern Amy Par- — arsons Maurice Rahm; horns-Loyd Pratt, Rusaoll Kelly; cornets Bernard \eoman, Ruth Malueg Paul Wor.sl.or; trombones _ William Kain, Durwood Baker, Russell Buchanan; bass born— Willard Zeig- lor; percussion—Edward Ostrum, James Chubb, Robert La Barre; piano—Evelyn Smith Members of Bund. Members of the band are: Cornets—Bernard Yeoman, Ruth Malueg, Robert Post, Meryl Yeoman, Eva ShackeHord, Raymond Madsen, Ralph Llndhorst, Paul Worster, Jane Cretzmeyer, Clare Rahm, Richard Norton, Rodney Van Ness; clarinets—Donald Parsons, Maurice Rahm, Georgeann Gelgel, Barbara Haggard, Meredith Richardson, Mary Ellen Worster, FENTON P,LA, HAS PROGRAM BY CHILDREN Fenton, Mar. 14—A P. T. A. meeting was held last week Tuesday evening at the .high sc i,. O ol auditorium, and a large crowd was in attendance. The rhythm band of the first and second grades opened the program, and Mrs. K. O. „„„.., i,.. M, i j, ojucii ?»uiDuel, j faiGpliGnson's pupils In Diwf Mr* 9 Margaret Vigars, Maurice Michel, Presented a program of songs folk Jack Reed, Esther Seefeld, John dances, relations, and playilets Shilts, Wayne Douglass. The town band played as cUwiS Saxophones — Betty Merritt, »e'enH,nr,<, „ „„!.„_.,. . ^vamg Craig Smith, Kathryn McEnroe, Fred Kent, Irma Lu Deal, Robert Richardson; piccolo, Maxwell Miller; horns, Wayne Moore, Russell Kelley, John Green, Virgil Shackelford; trombones—William Kain, Durwood Baker, Evelyn Smith, Russell Buchanan, Richard 'Lund. •Bass horns—Willard Zelgler, Walter Beardsley, Kenneth Samp; Ing a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Kyle. Mrs. E. J. Weisbrod entertained her Sunday school class at Sunday dinner. Mra. George Boettcher was hostess to her Sewing club Saturday ivening. The G. M. Millers, Ringsted, were entertained at C. G. Humphrey's Sunday. percussion Edward Ostrum, Jam ea Chubb, Robert La Barre, Andrew Monlux, Palmer Sellstrom; baritones—Loyd Pratt, Kathryn Funk. Wednesday afternoon at St. John's tlay ' March • 4, and officers were Lutheran church, Fairville, the ele f te 'l: Dr. J. T. Waite, president T(r,v M,. Htoi,,^^^ c ™' director Phili Rev. Mr. marriage Gade, Elma Elbert "Sweet Sixteen"— A surprise party was given by Helen Ford in honor of Elma El- bert'9 16th birthday at Tom Ford's last Thursday evening 1 , 30 classmates and other friends attending. Schaller Son is Baptised— The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Schaller was baptised Sunday at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Naas sponsors, and was named Dale Eugene. Skating Rink to Leave— A skating rink which had operated here 'several months was lately closed, and Mr. Gaarde, the owner, plans to resume business at Cedar Rapids, S. D. Adam Luchslnger Loses Brother- Adam Luchsinger went to New Glarus, Wis-., recently to attend funeral services for his only brother, Jacob Luchsinger Sr., 65, who died of a stroke. Herman Volglits 20 Years Wed— Relatives and friends surprised Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voight Monday evening, the occasion being the Volghts' 20th wedding anniversary. Felders Miss the Earthquake — Mr. and Mrs. Henry Felder, who had spent the winter In California, are on the way home, having left Los Angeles March 7. Boy Is JIurt In Foil- Russell Frost fell on the steps at the schoolhouse one day last week and suffered a gash above his left eye. Other Whlttemore News. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vaudt and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Vaudt returned last week Wednesday from Iowa City. Mrs. Albert Vaudt had a sore on her nose examined. Her daughter Ernestine, who had been at Iowa City, returned with her parents. She improved greatly since she went there. The party visited at the R. H. Willis home, Ogdar Rapids, Mrs. Willis being a niece of the Vaudts. Erwin Kuecker, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Henry Kuecker, and Arleue Sunding drove to Ames Friday. Mrs. Kuecker stayed at Fort Dodge to visit Mrs. Emma Phillip, while Erwin and Miss Sunding drove on to Ames to visit Miss Sunding's parents, who re- :ently moved there from Algona. *Mrs. J. W. Wassen, Des Molnes, went home Friday, after two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Foxsen. Ted and Sylvester Foxsen returned home last Wedneaday from Rochester, where they had gone to take Ida Peschon, R. N., who had visited the Fox- sens, back to her work. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker, ac- ompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Algona, drove to Delavan, Minn,, last week Wednesday to viait the Delbert and Harold Walkers. The Harold Walkers had lust moved from Algona to Dela- ran. Mrs. August Schattschneider and ler son Oscar motored to Easton, Minn., Saturday to visit over Sunday at Mrs. Ferd Heise's. Mrs. Heise is a daughter of the Schatt- sctoneidere. , P eter Reding is seriously sick at hie borne southeast of town. Mrs. Edw. Meier ia also sick. Mrs. Mike Beach, who has been sick a week or two. Is Improving. tier long and painful sickness. Funeral sen-vices were -held at the Methodist church Monday, conducted by her pastor, the Rev. I. C. McNulty. and the body was taken to Milltown, Wis., for burial, accompanied by Mr. Lander, Vernon Duvall, and K. X. Ferguson. Mrs. Lander was born Nellie Althea Ferguscon at Waverly October 8, 1880. She cnme with her family to Wesley in July, 1D28. Besides the husband, three children survive: Anna Belle, Seymour, and Gaylord; also by three other children of a former marriage: Viva and Vernon Duvall, Wesley; Mrs. Fred Haake, Mason City. A'Sister, Mrs. Fred E. Christopherson, lives at Long Beach, Calif.; a brother. W. M. Ferguson, at Pepin, Wis.; her mother and """(' another brother, K. X. Ferguson, at I W Si e „ , son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade, has rented the Doctor McCreery Whittemore Youth Weds at Fairville Whittemore, 14—Last week MRS, LANDER 43, IS DEAD ATJVESLEY Wesley Mar 14—Airs Ttivl T nn G:ule ' Whittemore, and Lillian, ar diod Wiri,' v llit ,if " f n • 'laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred ir died I-iiday night, following a Bierstedt. Mr. Gade, who is the a collection Bennett. 1'lilllp Weisbrods 60 Tears Wed— Mrs. Jay Woods, Gowrie, came one day last week for a visit at the MrTw , P ! llM ? Wels 'brod's. Mr. and Mrs. Weisbrod were married 60 years ago, and a celebration had been planned but Mrs. Weisbrod ten ill, and it was postponed till Sunday, when a family dinner -was given at the daughter Mrs. Carl Kern s , though Mrs. Weisbrod was •still unable to be present. In attendance: Mrs. Woods; the Melvin Kerns, Sexton; the Dean Nellis family, Ronwick; and the W P Weisbrods, ' ' 1'lionc Company Names Officers— The annual Fenton telephone company meeting was held Saturday, March 4, and Stahmer performed a ceremony for Arthur - • • • •." vu, jji caiueiiL director; Philip AVander, vice mu director; Herman Krause Whittemore' and LilHan, I P . e , ter Ha yenga, M. E. Burwas>hi r of Mr. and Mrs. Fred " lher directors; G. W. Newel, treasurer; F. H. Bohn, secretary Rentals on phones were lowered $2 a year; residence phones are now as rene te Doctor McCreery « 1 e -pones are now farm, northeast of town. Grooms- * 1<S ' business phones $15, if paid by men at the wedding were Lorenz 1 p l - If not tne n Paid, 25c a Gade and Wilfred Mueller: brides- mont " will be added. Gade and Wilfred Mueller; brides maids, Lornetta Bierstedt and Alfrieda Gade. Ruth Stahmer was flower girl. A reception was given at the home of the bride's parents. Herbert Marsh, once Methodist pastor here. Mrs. Marion Paulson will attend a meeting of the Congregational Aid at Forest City this week Tuesday. Mr. Paulson is supplying the Congregational pulpit there. Valera Mayer, Mason City teacher, spent the week-end with Mrs. John Hutchison. Miss McGee, of spent the week-end' at Mason City. County Auxiliary Meets Here— A county Legion Auxiliary meeting was held at the Legion rooms •here last week Tuesday afternoon. S 6I 7 lces are held at St. Joseph Mrs. Anthony Johnson, local pres- ° hu .™ h Tever / Wednesday evening ident, opened it and turned it over cluring . ^ ent at 7:3 ° mstead o£ 7 - ident, opened it and turned it over clurl ? B+ ^ i * * to the county chairman, Mrs. L. H. as stated last week " Schenck, Burt. Lunch was served by the local unit, Easter decorations being used. Other facts appeared in last week's Advance. A meeting of the Wesley unit will be held at the Legion rooms this week Thursday, Mrs, L. QL<. Lease, hostess. H."S. Musical Festival Planned- High school musical groups are working on the program for a music festival about March 24. There will be numbers by the orchestra, the boys' and girls' glee clubs, and a mixed chorus. There will perhaps be musical numbers by grade groups, also solos. Study Club Studies Iowa— The Study club met with Mrs. Albert Brdman last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Amesbury read an original travelog on a trip through Iowa. Members responded to roll call by naming points of Interest in Iowa. . . Young folks helped !4nda Roe- bar celebrate a birthday evening. last To Attend S. S. Convention— A large delegation from the local Congregational church will attend a county Sunday school convention at Burt this week Tuesday Jorgen Skow, Wesley, is county chairman. Kobert Kains Have Daughter— A daughter was born last week Wednesday to Mr, and Mrs. Robert Kain at the home of Mrs. Kaln's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hildman. Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Giddings, of Burt, with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Houaour, Algona, and their little daughter, visited Grandpa W. P. Giddings Sunday. His granddaughters, the Mesdames Boettoher and Brace, Burt, came to see him Saturday, and brought their mother, Mrs. 'Fred Ringsdorf, who remained with her father. Mr. Giddings lias been sick more than -three months. The Raymond and Theron Hansens went to Clear Lake Sunday to visit Oie Howard Hansens. Charles and Albert Johnson, Washington, have been visiting their sister, Mrs. Theron Hanseo, since 'last week Sunday. They were accompanied by another sister, Nina Johnson, Cedar Falls teacher. Ralph Studer, Excelsior, Minn.. »ou of A. E., of the same place, his wife and their three children, accompanied by a maid, visited Ralph's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Studer, briefly Saturday, on their way home from Miami, Fla., where they had spent several months. The Methodist Bible Study class meets at Mrs. John Amesbury's this week Tuesday evening. The Aid meets Wednesday afternoon with Mra. Raymond Hansen. A business session will be held and a covered-dish lunch served. Everybody is welcome at these meet-' ings. Mrs. John Ormsby entertained Sunday her mother, Mrs. Sarah McCroden, and sister, Irene McCroden, both Forest City; and 'her Brother, Emmet McCroden, who las spent the winter at Forest !ity, but will soon return to Chl- jwu-uun Sellers, who attended high school at Rowan when Supt. and Mrs. Swansea were teaching cago. Miriam the Congregational ^— -—. gona, Sunday and heard the Rev. The Henry Loofts, Seneca, visited Henry's mother, Mrs. Bertha Looft, Sunday. Julius Kunz, Davenport, spent the week-end at Bancroft William Quinn and Mrs. Eugene Wolf. Margaret is a telephone operator 'there. Dr. J. H. Lynch, of Sioux City, came to take his wife and daughter Joan home. They had spent ten Standard Bearers Hear Program— A meeting of the Methodist Standard Bearers was held last week Monday evening at the church. The lesson was in charge of Ardis Voight, assisted by Margaret Stephenson, Donna Jean Bai ley, and Esther Smith. Mrs A H Meyer, a visitor, gave a talk ' on stewardship. 'Beatrice and Bernice Kramer were hostesses. Misses the Coast Earthquake— WiJfred Stoeber came from Minneapolis one day'last week. He recently took passengers to California in his car, and there met many former Fenton residents. He was glad he returned before the earthquake. Methodist Women to Entertain— M. E. women-; having birthdays this month will serve 10 and 15e lunches at the church this week Friday afternoon and evening A program will be given, Choirs Sins Jn Contest— The Methodist senior and junior choir took 'part In a music 'festival at the Methodist church, Algona Sunday night. Other Fenton News. Mrs. -Edmund Lunning, Mrs. Lester Hegland, son Richard, and Zelma and Jennings Scare, all of Radcllffe, came last Thursday to Sexton „ _ a „„„ i, wl .wiiiiw, t^c**«tj ta&i, A liursuay cc day here with Mrs. Lynch's moth- visit the Samuel Scares. Mrs Luner, Mrs. Mary Segar, and sisters, I ning is a sister o£ Mr Scare Mrs. John Williams and Mrs. G. D. "— ' ' Hart. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Krapp returned to Omaha last Thursday, after a week with the former's .sister, Mrs. Harold Hamilton, and his aunt, Mrs. John Kockler. John Cowing and his son Samuel spent Sunday at Manly with a sister of Mr. Cowing. Mr. Cowing is Janitor at the public schoolhouse. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Droessler spent Sunday at Whittemore at Matt (Derner's. Mrs. Droessler is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Derner. Donald Dyer left one day last week for Milwaukee to visit his sister, Mrs. Al Tollefson, who was Doris Dyer before marriage. The Rev. J. F. Schultes spent Friday at Algona with the Rev. T. F,. Davern. Father Schultes is new pastor at St. John's here. The Walter Welps, Fort Dodge, spent Saturday and Sunday with the M. A. Saunders 'family and Mrs. Emma C. Welp. Mr. and Mrs. .A. H. Fuchs, two sons, and Marie Rector, R. N., of Wesley, left Friday for Minneapolis for visits. Mrs. Voight, Algona, spent a week here with Mrs. Matt Werdell, and Leonard Voigfot spent Sunday here. The John Kennedys, Hutchinson, Minn., came Sunday to visit relatives. Mrs. Hegland is Mr. and ' Mrs Scare's daughjter. Jennings remained for a longer visit, the others, accompanied by a nurse who cares for Loren, going back Saturday. Loren has inflammatory rheumatism, but Is improving. The O. H. Schmidts, Buffalo Center, formerly Fenton, were Sunday visitors at W. R. Wolfe's. Mrs Charles Schemmel, Ringsted, was an over-Sunday visitor at George Boettcher'a. Mrs. Henry Elmers entertained Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kreeger and Mrs. Mary Struecker the Emil Elmers fam- 1; the William Elmers family, the. Herman Strueckers the August Meyers family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz, and John Elmers The W, J. and Donald Weisbrods were entertained at dinner Sunday at Mrs. Charles Rosewali's, Algona in honor of Mrs. Rosewall's daughter, Mrs. A. B. Counsell, of Fort Dodge, and her 'husband who are leaving for Auburn, N. Y., where Mr. Counsell will continue connection with the National Cash Register company. Verona Weisbrod returned Sunday from 5 weeks with 'her grandmother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky, Algona, the David Lapiners, Mason City, Esthel Siegel, Waterloo, the Rev. Raymond Kresensky, Bellevue, the Don Aliens, Davenport and collegemates at Cedar Rapids. The Hans Wilbergs, Ringsted were Sunday guests of Mrs. Wll- The John MeMahons will move this week Wednesday to a farm four miles north of Hutchins. Seven persons from Sexton sang in a choir festival Sunday night at the .Methodist church, Algona: Herman and Nell Wise, Leo Steven,' Arthur Stuber, Neva Olsen, Edith Greenfield, and the Rev. I. C. McNulty. An Aid meeting which was 'to have been held this week Thursday at Mrs. W. C. Taylor's 'has been postponed. John Harris is in serious condition. He was taken worse Saturday. School election was held Monday, and Herman Wise was elected director, .26-9, over Tony Seller. Dean, 3-year-old son of -Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor, was sick Monday. Lyle Black has been elected director of the Kutschara school, a mile south of Sexton and a mile east. Mr. and Mra. Lou Boleneus entertained Sunday at dinner In honor of their son Robert's 18th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders, the John Pinks, Titonka, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hawley, with their R11Q -[Mrs) 'O Yf'OfUOV** I* °* v V^'M'fc'*****^ •— — «»•- — • ..»•-——j- *4->w ri "f* t »f ***** vuh-<>* there spent the week-end with the daughter, Mrs. Naomi De Wilde, Swansons She Is attending junior Mason City, and the latter's dauga- colleee at Brltt. *«• Constance Joy, were guests. Mr and Mrs. John Amesbury The Aid served a waffle supper and the Win. Sturdivants attended last week Wednesday at the BaU* the Congregational church, Al- The receipts were f6, plus 15.50 ***T • w *• v.+jf vf. i« v« v T-*** Jt* •VV T""VV tor a guilt. A program was given; . parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. C. Laage, and Mr. Wilberg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Wilberg. The elder Mrs. Wilberg ha9 been sick with influenza. Mesdames E. A. Weisbrod, J. A Schwartz, F. P. Newel, W. J. Weisbrod, and E. J. Frank drove to Algona last week Tuesday to attend a county federation meeting at the Congregational church. P. H, Jensen, Fort Dodge, and his daughter Marlys were Fenton visitors Saturday and Sunday. The Alvin Klusses, Gait, spent the week-end at the parental F. C. Kluss home. Mrs. Clara Olson, Phoenix, Ariz., iand her daughters Ruth and Betty arrived Saturday for an over-Sunday visit with Mrs. Olson's sister, Mrs. George Boettcher. Mrs. W. P. Weisbrod and her daughters Raohael and Lena Ree have been spending a few days with the former's mother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky, Algona. Mrs. W. T. Ohm was hostess to her bridge club Saturday. Mrs. • F. J. Weisbrod won the ihigh score; Mrs. Charles Newel, the travel prize. The Le Roy Newels and Mrs. Kate Newel, Hartley, spent Sunday at G. B. Johnson's and Charles Newel's, Opal Meyer came one day last week from Algona for an extended visit with iher brother, Dr. S. W. Meyer. Henry Schulte has been laid up with sciatic rheumatism two weeks, but i» slightly Improved. The Hook and Needle club was entertained at Mrs. R. N. Kyle's last week Wednesday evening. Ella Kyle, Mason City, ia spend- PAQE THMM ENVELOPES, ALL SIZES AT THE ADVANCE ANNOUNCEMENT /' I have taken over the Insurance business of Rahm & Scheme! and will be pleased to serve your Insurance needs. I write life and accident Insurance, automobile Insurance, also fire and lightning. I solicit a share of your business. H. N. KRUSE Located over Iowa State Dank Phone 125. Please Do not ask for credit We do not like to embarrass you or ourselves in refusing to extend credit. All coal MUST be paid for at the time of ordering or C. O. D. at place of delivery. Ttiis policy applies to ALL. We earnestly solicit your order on this basis. Botsford Lumber Co. I'HONE 256 JIM POOL AUCTION ! MARCH 22,23,24 AND 25 I Last days on earth for Neville's Toggery at Algona, Iowa. The store will be S closed Monday, March 20, and Tuesday, March 21, to get ready for the big event, g We Will Open the Doors | Wednesday, March 22 at 1 o'clock and will continue until Saturday night March 25th We will have auction every afternoon and evening for these four days Here's the chance you've been looking for, buy at your own price. They will be four °^ ^\ bl ? gest bar S ain -giving days that Northern Iowa has ever seen. Nothinjr held back o r reserved. You can put up anything you want. Men's sheep lined coats, leather coats, overalls, odd pants, shirts, shoes, underwear, sox, children's suits, coats, dresses, stockings, union suits, sweaters, blazers, women's silk dresses, house dresses, wool spring coats, undies, hosiery, nearly a complete line of drv goods and notions, and other articles that time and space won't permit us to mention. - About $6,000 worth of good staple merchandise to be auctioned off at voiir anv bv hf^i^ U b Vhf 3 ; Udge and ^ e jU " y " We guarantee that there won'f be any by-bidding and that every article that you put up for sale will be sold to someone at some price regardless of what it brings. S nnlTl y ' + £ h 2 ?' W1 " be the last day of Neville's Toggery. We have given up S ° u * le ase on the store room, and have hired the National Auction Co. to come in S and make a complete close-out. 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