Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1933 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 23, 1933
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PUtS FOR „ Holland, botany— Don- colleglan-^John jerry's sister — Jdah? r aunt of Jerry and wtrude Baylor, fflfiied dance-2nd and er collier, 14-Ed.ward Lam- |*n Collier, -18 tdmorrow- 17-Arlene Kapp. ier.'her twin-Wllma plnney, dressmaker—Lu- ° Collier—Catherine Selzer. £nie Bell, colored maid—Elea- fcbert Brown, 17—Raymond ell Jameson, 17 - William khan. jdian dance — Nine 4th grade lly MoGee—Fern Glsch, Mabel CROSSED WIRES Arnold, husband—Vernon as. , Arnold, iwlfe—Irene Cape- Will, Stan's brother— .> Hansen. illy, maid — Mary Catherine ;'ggs, servant—Wesley Behl- slster — Dorothy KOBBttTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA »>l Ruins of Sarchet Home the Sarchet home Monday A^&pe™^ right of the chimney. chlldaml Mr. Sarchet were found at the PAIR AT WESLEY WEDDED 50 YEARS Wesley, Mar. 21—Mr. B. F. Felt celebrated their golden wedding Friday at their daughter's home at Rockledge, Fla. They had driven from their daughter Mrs. B. MET " 01)IS ' and Mrs. t(lrA ' ' « ""^e, Pas- ir --M™ t° r -All members and friends of the Sunday school and church are earnestly invited to come to the church tomorrow evening. Supper will be served at 6:30. Bring cov- [icy, Betty's iiroe. ick, Lucy's husband — Richard fcers. fessenger — John Bestenlehner. barlotte — Marguerite OstWin- ng selections—Orchestra. LIED WARD IS DEAD; IED HEREJ5 YEARS neral services will -be held at [-Merrill 'Funeral Home tomor- - at 2 p. m., the Rev. C. V. in charge, -for Walter E. •d, who died at 3 a. m. yester- | at the home of his daughter, I. Meda Redfield, with whom he | lived nine years. He had been \ most of the winter with heart [kidney troubles. Ir.Ward had lived here 65 years ling in 1868 when he was only He was born at Sheepscot, |ne, June 5, 1856, and was 76 at He was brought to Algona ils parents, and when he 'grew learned the painting and decor; trade. i October 14, 1877, Mr. Ward [rled Hattie Wilson, who died in Five children survive: Ray- iK,Denver; Chester M., Hum- fit; Mrs. Rena DeLong, Sauk pr, Minn.; Mrs. Quinta Carey, p, Mont.; and Mrs. Redfield. . ilher, Milton H. Ward, lives at Bell Bluffs.. ' - '•-•••• • : wler at Lakota | Nabbed and Jailed —'-H? 0111 ' Mar ' 21 — A stranger, ", doped, or insane, went to Mitchell's, south of town, ' afternoon, opened the door, ^attempted to enter the house. — -^K' "'Knell pushed him out and the door, but he insisted on to get in and stayed" about t , callers came - ffted his actions, whereupon he rl n n ± the Iocal Jal1 tin «« Dahlhauser came and took Algona. ' Edition 'ounces New Boy onrlse" special edition in r * <" the Maryaville, Wash. IheYirth y*F«** ' w 1 t« M h that morning of .&£: an(1 .Mrs. " Leon <L. . on a,. 'lie former the eldest son of E. Ranck's to their own orange and eretl dlsh and sandwiches and your candelabra, and on each side were' own (llshes and silver. After sup- turn at 6 p. m. found a surprise per there wWI be a program and an awaiting them, neighbors and oth- ad<lress by Dr. W. G. Muhleman, er friends having «been invited to who wil1 present moving pictures help them celebrate. ot tne Inaugural and other Intereat- An Italian drawn-work cloth' ing vJews secured on his recent embroidered In gold adorned the' trlp to Washington . . . The W. H. dining table, gold-and-white china M> s - me ets this" afternoon at Mrs. was used, and there were gold-col- M ' *•*• Norton 's; assisting hostesses, ored rosebuds for nut cups. In Mesdames F. W. Green, F. A. the center of the taible was a brass Wlth am, F. S. Norton, A. D. Ad- candleabra, and on each side was ams ' A - w - Sigsbee, Thos. Doug- brass candlesticks with gold-color- las ' J - F - Overmyer. Mrs. Green Mrs. D. H. Goeders attended the|'Dickey, who is associated with the teachers institute at Mason City I Friday, returning Saturday. T. P. Harrington was taken sick two wcclcs ago, and was taken by his son Robert to Iowa City, where, Mrs. J. S. Auner, Des Moinea, came Tues.day for several days with the T. H. Chrischilles family. daughter Horlgan spent Saturday afternoon at Mason City. Kohl . W «? an l C1U - tn thS Mrs. F. W. Wehler, Marie, and Mrs. R. w. widely known surgeon, Doctor Fay. Mrs. Le Roy Davis and her child leave for Holly, Colo., sometime this week for three months or more with the former's mother, who is sick. While Mrs. Davis la away Mr. Davis, who is the locail Western Union operator, will make his home with the Victor Hertigs, The P. A. Dansons moved into their home on Elm street near the third ward school Friday, and the fall, They got stuck the worst] time only a block from the Kruse: home. Mr. Kruse said that the snowfall was not so heavy In Ne-| braska, but that seemed to foe uni- j versal in this section of the country. Among Ames students here for vacation was Nana Seeley, who I came Friday to visit her grartdpar- | ents, -Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Heise, and ' went back yesterday. She is daughter of Col. and Mrs. B. a A. Seeley, Fort Banning, Ga., and her mother was formerly Minnie Heise. Her father, who is the son of 'Mrs. F. T. Seeley, Algona, has been in i the U. S. army veterinary service some 30 years and has served in the Philippines and in France as well as at many army posts in this country. This is Nana's first year was R. 0. Dansons moved Into the at Ames, where her father house the P. A. Dansons had been i graduated many years ago. living in on Sol-by street. The R. ' 0. Dansons moved from one of the Hintz. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Oron wall houses near the power house. The Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner attended the north central state teachers' institute at Mason City Friday. The Bryant primary grade taught by M.lss Pool will give a program tomorrow afternoon, and are invited. parents Mildred iDeGraw, who teaches at Cedar Fall-s, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. De Graw. Barber and Mrs. W. J. Weiss have moved from the north part of town to the Lee Winslow residence on east McGregor. Mr. and Mrs. William Weiner, of St. Benedict, are parents of a 12- Ib. boy, born Sunday. They have three other children. Mr. and Mrs. 0. V. Oritz, of Emmetsburg, were guests of Mr. and ed candles. The flowers were nasturtiums. A four-course banquet was serv- i ed. Other' friends came for the evening, and all played bridge. The only regrets of Mr. and Mrs. Felt were the absence of Wesley friends and of -their two daughters, M. J. Streit Tuesday. Mr, Critz is a grain dealer. •Lillian Clapsaddle, who had spent three weeks with her aunt, Mary Mitchell, returned to her home at Corwith Saturday. Mrs. J. O. Paxson returned Saturday from' Mason City, where she had spent several days with her daughter, Mrs. F. B. Shaffer. C. F. Erickson, Minneapolis, went _ , - - - home yesterday, after a week at People and Family Budgets. The his brother O. W. Erickson's. The meeting was in the nature of a for- ; brothers both travel lor a hard- urn and elicited the expression of • ware concern. will have charge of the lesson Margaret Brown led the Epworth Sunday evening on Young -Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Norton and their children, Richard and Merriam, returned Monday from a visit since Friday at Tipton with an aunt and a sister of Mrs. Norton. The Nortons came as far as Mason City Sunday night, tout remained there till Monday 'because of snow- blocked roads. Mrs. Marguerite Keneflck and her two sons have moved into Mrs. Oliver Moe's house on east Oak street. The house had been occupied by the Dr. H. L. McCorkles, who recently moved to the farm with the doctor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. McCorkle. Doctor McCorkle drives back, and forth to his dental office. Mrs. W. J. Payne and Mrs. John Bieser returned last Thursday from Harper's Ferry, where they had been two weeks at the bedside of their mother, Mrs. Nick Barbaras. Mr. Payne and his daughter Alice went to Harper's Ferry and the two women came back with him, Alice remaining to help during her grandmother's Illness. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mathes, Austin, Minn., are parents of a girl, born -last Thursday, daughter. They have their two first other Want Ads HOUSE FOR SALE IN IRVING- ton.—Dr. A. L. Rist, Algona. 9u26tf FOR RENT—HOUSE, CLOSE IN, partly modern.—'Andrew son. Peter- 9p28 CLOVER SEED—HOME GROWN, medium red, $7 per bu. — J. C. Mawdsley. . llp28-29 HORSES FOR SALE—AT OLD Cosgrove barn.—C. L. phone 791. McVay, 11P27-28 FOR SALE OR TRADE FOR OATS —Velvet 'barley seed.—Jens Sorensen, Algona. 12p28 JACK—€OME MONDAY AT 8. Get •birthday cake at Thorpe's, 627-W. Thanks.—ELSIE. FOR 'SALE—ONE-YEAR OLD mare, -well broke, wt. 1400—Mike Arend, 1% mile n. e. of Burt. 15p28 POTATO SPECIAL—35c PER BU. Lower price on quantity; bring sacks.—Ray McWhorter, Burt. L 4 ? 27 ' 28 CERTIFIED RED RIVER POTA- toes, low price. — Potato Exchange, 612 Cherry St., Des Moines. 13p28-33 a lot of good common sense, as well as fine Christian spirit on the Mrs. Andrew Hansen, Titonka, _ nd ™ , Mrs. P. JVHaverly, Oelwein, -and P« o the young people in their , S h ei i a came Mrs. Al Wagner, Corwith. Mr. Felt presented to Ms wife a ; • • A surprisingly good-sized aud-. M j h Ca ugii-Hn. D A R nln with h P r nnmp P n ! ience attended a monthly fellow- r Iravtd *n 'the clmer'on thTlack. •"]> -eting of the Centenary class Marry Mrs. Ranck and the FeUs' grand- , ch urch Monday even ng A ,for a viill o, attitude towards family finances morrow withythe for mer'9 mother, children, Robert and Richard. Mrs. Mathes, the former Netha French, is the daughter of Mrs. S. B. French, and Lyle, who is a son of Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Mathes, is employed in a Montgomery-Ward store. Five Algona women attended a meeting of the county Sunday school association at Burt last week Tuesday: Mesdames H. D. Hutchins, E. J. Murtagh, H. E. Rist, V. V. Naudain, and Albert . ga- -, y . Naudain> and Albert daughter Nina May Wagner gave . ^nf es n charee of I^rs Henrv ' ner home at Sexton because of the ! Granzow. Jorgen Skow, Wesley, her a' white 'beaded foae. Other f>' lmes ln cnarge 01 Mrs. ±ienry, _, _.. _ , ___ .... ___ «^^,!,I Q ,I Q + tv, Q moofinp- Thp RPV. friends brought flowers, books, or other tokens of regard. Mr. Felt was for many years a widely known 'general storekeeper 'here. A few years ago he retired, and he and Mrs. Felt now spend their winters at Rockledge, return- Ing to Wesley every summer. Delinquent Taxes Still Carry One i Percent Penalty County Treasurer Duffy has received a letter from C. W. Storms, state treasurer, saying that rumors concerning a change in penalties on delinquent taxes .are false. There has -been no change. The penalty is still one per cent a Douglas was given following a 6:30 death.of.her father. supper. Beulah Hartsliorn returned to her duties at the 'beauty shop over FIRST LUTHERAN, M. A. Sjos- Bloom's store Friday, after several trund, Pastor—The Bazaar Work-, da ys with her parents, Mr. and ers meet tomorrow afternoon, at \ Mrs Roy Hartshorn, Swea City. 2:30 at Mrs. Joe Christenson's. Pa-| Mrs . A . E . Clayton and her geant practice tomorrow evening daughter j ean ne spent the week- at 7:30. Every member of cast is end at Rockford, 111., with the tor- urged to be present. Confirmation, , s algter Eva p ete rson, who is class Saturday morning 9:30. Jun-: loyed ln •- ralled National bank lor Mission Band meets Saturday i * j. e r e afternoon, 2:30, at Gertrude Nel- ' T „ • , . ,,„ „_„ son's . . Sunday school next Sun- Thf A - £• B " ul1cJlot f"• ™*° *!" day at 10 a. m. Annual mission pn the John Pink estate 200 acres festival at 7:30 p. m.,,-when the in .north Irvington township .near missionary pageant, Saved for Sexton, now have the Jos. Ferstl Service, will be -given. An offer- i eighty six miles northeast of Irving will be lifted for conference, Ington. and synodical home missions. Let! Mrs. C. B. Nasby. Omaha, went us have a large audience for this service. home Sunday, after two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. James. She went, to Fort month, and, it attaches for each] jf AZA RENE, A. W. and Hazel' -Dodge via bus and was met there month after March 31. faxes paid Irw , Pns tor S -The storms of. life by Mr. Nasby. co and advers ities that try ; ' after.March will bear the ;addi tional one per ^cent penalty. Mr. Duffy reports that taxes / wh stllled storms of both life and . have been paid in increasing ; naturei who Baidi "Peace, be still," amounts as the last day .for pay- > Ja stm able to stm the storms that taxes the ' souls of strong men; but He d th Ko9Sut h hospital Friday for Iliac lHXe3 '.i,- oHllo/I otnrms nf hnth 'lifp anrt .. •*. j. »«_„ T»i,nnV.<-ci a Mary Kain, Algona R. N., enter- Fr Josephine presided at the meeting. The Rev. A. H. Heuser was to have 'been on the program, -but was unable to be present. Reports from Mrs. W. C. Dewel continue reassuring. The hospital kept her a few days longer than had been expected, but she was transferred yesterday to The Pern- bridge, Evanston, 111., an apartment house where -her son, Dr. Burl 'F. 'Dewel, lives. X-ray treatments at the hospital will continue till mid-May, when she Is expected home. Mrs. Errington and -her son Robert came from Mason City last week Monday for the week with the former's mother, -Mrs. R. H. Shackelford. While Mrs. Errington was here she attended the funeral of Niels Alfred Jensen, late of Seneca township. Mr. Errington came Saturday lor the week-end and toOk his wife and son home &gQ ;gaturday an opera tion a ma- USPeC86et f Ood one. Next Sunda y: SS have been brought in, and this is j deposited in banks, whence It goes' i to Washington ' I Mr. Duffy is again taking checks j on ail banks In the county. Patrons of banks operating Senate File 111 must, ho have new deposits in the bank suf- . bring interesting facts about operation at the hos- ' 9-45 a m for gall bladder trouble was performed. Robert is in the law school there. Mrs. Harrington — -. i an d the daughter Bernice went The Rev. Philip Palmer, of 'Ce-i down be f ore the operation. For a •siinnav -- r Rapids, will conduct morning few (lav9 Mr Harrington's condi- fniini»«i services at the Presbyterian • t(on was Ber ious, but he has since IU11UWCU , _. , r»_._J-,,r rat 11 /V/»I/W>lr. I. •* 1 J.I __,J It. tn vin--r Q-W_ theme tag church next Sunday ? Mi « a « eld worker f ° r improved rapidly, and it is now expected that he will home Saturda y- be brought trons of banks operating under I soclety wlu nave charge O f the missionary cause. m Senate File 111 must, however, j CV e ning service at 7:30, and will The Mrs. Charlotte Parsons will | Mra . j. L . B onar took her father, the move from the Wailker • tenant , tne Rey L A CruU> to Ame9 Mon- flclent to cover checks. To Direct H Play. Grinnell, Mar. 21—'Doris various fields of service. , TRINITY LUTHERAN, P. J. Long,, ii r ji neri Pastor — Next Sunday: , , Algona, Grinnell college senior in; g un j ay sc hool and Bible class, 10- drama, will direct the third act of; a m . German service, 10:30 Home Talent Play the > entltle(l <|HOW Thelr 'ttollars." -includes Closed. to 8 s were Mr. and surer was and Irsw "Little Women," by Louisa M. Alcott, to be presented here 'by the department after the spring vacation. Babe t,o Iowa €!ty. Mr: and Mrs. E. M. Gross took > house on north Harlan April 1 to dayi and tnat nlght he left . Dy train the T. IP. Harrington tenant house for Sa ij em> ore. .He had spent the on south Dodge, now occupied by the E. N. Taylors. Mrs. Campbell Humphrey, Chicago, came Monday for two weeks ment-at the university hospital. The child has a growth on one finger, and amputation may be required. The Sunday school teachers meet wlth .^er parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. tomorrow evening at 8. Confirma- i jj_ Taylor. She is the former Grace tion instruction Saturday afternoon T ay i 0 r and is playground supervis- at 2. Special Lenten service every or ln one O f Chicago's schools. Wednesday evening at 7:30. Ex- The Bell gra j n office has been amlnation of the catechumens a m -^_ H lT , to the former Farm B.u- from next Sunday _ Confir . ; moved into .tje *ora _ t sss . R IBBONS for all makes of typewriters for sale.—Advance, wide. ST. THOMASEFISCOPAL, Louis manager and William Geering is Dennlnghoff, M. Tin, Rector- his assistant. Fourth Sunday in Lent: early eu-| Mrs. Alma Benson, Manly, ana last several months with the Bon- ars. Mr. Crull, who is a retired Methodist minister, will now visit another daughter who resides at Salem. Mrs. Bonar returned Tuesday, after spending the night with the A..K. Cliffs. The William Daus, Mrs. Dau's mother, Mrs. Peter Ehlers, Swea City, Mrs. Peter Helmke, also Swea City, and Fred Engle, Davenport, a guest at the Dau home, spent Saturday and Sunday with the Ben Sorensens at Walnut. Mrs. Sorensen, -the former Alma Schroeder, Is a sister of Mrs. Dau, whose hus- and band operates the repair garage Wednesdays during -Lent, and meditation, 7:30 p. m. Litany visit since Friday with the C. H. I Mr. and Mrs. R, P. Fries, who had Williams family, which lived at spe nt three months at -Sioux City, • Manly 'before moving to Algona came home 'Friday. Mrs. Fries, some years ago. the former Mayme Belts, who un- Algona Boy Scouts Prepare For Active Summer's Work By BoW-Dew^ • l^ank°^sclt^lds.Tn^ After three weeks of effort the j, lcer wears the colors of his rank Wednesday t m Monday at fcer pan. m a uuu.uo m u«= «_«.«... Algona boy scouts of troop iNo. 13 ag we ll as « special color for his .T ht >j rB R H Miller's. Other hefore the north central teachers » _i i „«,! at>a /.arrvin^ n «pi An UttueA 1 !'^*, •"**•'• • • ., ,».,, aaanMai-tnn nt IVJaartTl Hitv last . Mr and Mrs G. B. Henderson, of derwent a major operation at Sioux Oes Moines, spent the week-end City, and had since 'been recuperat- with Mr and Mrs. C. M. iFrane, of Ing at the home of a brother, re- tneAlKona hotel. They came to s,,med her duties as chief operator make me acquaintance of John at the local telephone office Tues- ££r Frane. born at the Kossuth day morning. Mr. and Mrs. IWes hospital a week ago Saturday. (are staying with -the Oscar Ander- high school students took in one number have organized and are carrying office. out an organized program: At present there are 18 members: Don Akre, Junior Long, Jack Long, " •' Dewel, Alan Buchanan, Bob Merit Bodges Awarded, Thirty-two merit cadge certifi- haye been lasuedi more Bob Dewel, Alan Bucnanan, ^ u , would . have been issued except for La Barre, Henry Dearchs, Max Mil- blanks. A court of honor i-.. ixri.nj n *« rnnMnn** T/\nn Snntlfif- *•***•»• _ _ _ . . ._-. ' ... , -,, • T«l,». Cnr.no-- »ai:B. ler, Willlanj Turner, John Spong ;Js to berg, Lyle p * lm ? r ' SD *'• pp week-end guests of the Millers association at Mason City, last Weett Bail &UGBUI Vl ,V"= » rphiivprtair ovoninir Thnpft . Wfire held at Fort March were Mrs. Miller's niece, Donnabelle and -Betty 'Merron, also Bs- therville. Mrs, Nellie Van Allen and Eileen O'Brien spent Sunday with the Mrs James o . Brleni port, Lloyd Pratt, Charles Paxson, Durwood Baker, 'Bob Richardson, Harry Greenberg, Jack Hemphill, apd John Ferguson. John -Ferguson is an associate ,scout, which means that he has agreed with the scout leader to attend a certain number of meetings and to advance to a certain rank in scouting. There are several boys who are scouts but have not yet paid registration dues and so are considered as visitors. List of Officers. •Officers at present are: junior .assistant scout leader, Lloyd Pratt; senior patrol leader, Rob Richardson; scribe, Bob Dewel; leader of Fox patrol, Alan Buchanan; leader of Panther patrol, Donald Akre; leader of 'Flying Eagle patrol. Max Miller. There are a few offices yet to be filled. Lanyards are being made as a patroj project. They are made or yarn colored according to the - 1 - can represented. Algona expect8 to be wel1 , Whit-temore. Mrs. Van Allen, who is a niece of Mrs. O'Brien, is em- . The Algona gun c i u - b has offered ployed at the Christensen Bros. » gcQutg the uge Qf the shoot , ng &nd EUeen M T _ Mc _ IIIO OliUUlQ VMO «s»v «* v»»w w««ww... c , StUTD, U11U Pv gallery under_ the Smith pool hall I G U j re home. Durwood Baker underwent an every other Friday. The club has also been helpful in teaching the boys the correct use of a gun fiu , _,, tuc ^ oau ^ „_.,.«». Map-making has been one of the k te d . h bad ,, chief phases of scouting discussed at meetings so far. Plans have been made to map the Ambrose A. Call state park this summer, and the boys will use 'home-made materials in doing it. Sirs. PascJike Hus Operation Thursday evening. There .' were more than 209 students In the chorus representing most -schools in the association. Algonians taking part were Valeria Pickett, Ila Leffert, Ruth Malueg, Adris Anderson, Mary Foster, Emory Grosenbach, Maurice Michel, Lloyd Pratt. Richard Shackelford, 'Donald Hutchins, and.WH'lard Zeigler. The First Lutheran church will hold its annual home mission fes- t th ch h next Sund at 7:30. It will be in the only a few hours. He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Baker, > and the following persons son of r. an rs. . . aer, j , M take art . Dorothy fie itetrom, and is 13 years old, being a fresh- -p p o nnfia Larfion . Rena , «akken. . ... . man m high school. Mrs E A. Paschke, Echo, Minn., funds were locked up last year daughter and only child of Mrs. when the second "Lakota bank fail- Conrad Herman,' was the subject ed, 'but Mr. Dye took home with of a major operation .at Rochester him from Algona an apportionment March 4 and is TecoWnie The from taxes paid this year. Hermans spent part of last week Mrs. B. A. Thorpe, Mrs. D. B. Frances Larson, Rena Bakken, Gertrude Norman, Violet Norman, Attorney-Mayor J. M. Dye, Swea Gertrude Nelson, Helen Seeley, Ar- City, was 'an Algona visitor lastja, Bakken, Lucille Calhoun, Adah Thursday. The Swea City town ; Carlson, Miss Nicholson, Palmer with her. Sellstrom, and John Spongberg. ' • Former County Treasurer and Mrs. H. N. Kruse got home Monday from O'Neill, Neb.., where they had gone Saturday for a week-end visit with their son, Hubert <J. Kruse. Dewel, Martha Dewel, and Mrs. M. i Mrs, p. C. Dahl, Swea City, accom- ENVEIOPES, A17; MAJ3S A? TBS ADVAKCA I. Streit spent last Thursday and Friday at Dee Moines. They were guests of the Barkers, and Martha called on 'her uncle, Dr. Claude panied /them, Hubert's wife being b.er daughter. The party expert* enoe4 wuclj diffj.cu.lty to hom,e 'bflcsuj&e of l&' FOR SALE—NEW MAJESTIC range, 2 used cook stoves.—Geo. Johnson Shoe Repair Shop. W. J. Sigsbee. 16p28 REMEMBER WHEN CHANGING the address of your Advance to give us your old address -as well as the new. Rop D. D. W. — BIRTHDAY PARTY Tuesday, 7:30. Same place. Cake from Thorpe's. Decorated.— J. L. K. HOUSE FOR RENT, MAY 1 — 7- room, all -modern, garage and large garden.—'A. C. 'Becker, N Harlan St. 18u28 IF IT'S INSURANCE—THINK OF The Algona Insurance Agency— safe, sound, dependable insurance at low cast.—C. R. La Barre, phone 55. 20u28 CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN 'STORES Beaufort Hotel, 112 3rd St. So. opposite. Federal 'bldg., Minneapolis; 75c, $1, fl.50 a day. next door. Parking 22p28 WORK WANTED (BY 14-YEAR-old girl during spring vacation week (next week) ; also during the summer vacation.— Mrs. . E, J. palmer phone 602-W. _ • _ 23p28 TO TRADE—WELL'- IMPROVED 'Small acreage near Des Moines for property or unimproved acreage in' or outside Algona.—Mrs. M J. Riddle, iLu Verne. 22p28 STOVE BARGAIN — GASOLINE porcelain finish, four burners with large oven, outside 10-gal. tank.' -Reason for •• sale—installed electricity.' iPhone 627-W. FOR SALE — GOOD 20-WHEEL disc;, few new and used wagon boxes and gears!; endgate seeder; gang plow. Priced reasonable.— McEnroe Bros., phone 519 or 30F12. • 25u28 ABLE MAN FOR DISTRIBUTING and- delivery work. Pays $27.60 weekly up. Must own car. Canvassers need'nt apply. Steady job. —Albert Mills, Route Mgr., 2324 Monmouth, Cincinnati, O. _ 27p28 SCABIFi'BD SWEET GLOVER, $1.80 per bushel. Free from noxious weeds. Shipped C. O. D. subject inspection. Write for samples and prepaid proposition. Quick delivery guaranteed.—Grimm Alfalfa Ass'n, Fargo, N. D., 500 cooperating growers. 32p26-29 THE ADVANCE CAN USE A FEW loads of cobs on subscription account, also a few loads of furnace wood. We credit you at the market price and our $2 subscription rate and give you back a.60c trade check for each $2. Cobs or wood must be delivered soon. 27-31 FRANK GEIGEL For Councilman-at-Large. If reelected I pledge myself to continue to work for the interest of the people of Algona. Your support will be appreciated. City Election March 37. PETERSON f.Qtt PHOTO 0 Sill H \ N 0 f YOU OOHT P PAOB "This Looks Like Old Times 1 * At least two dozen times last week, we heard this encouraging remark from customers, salesmen, shoppers in our store. It makes us feel good to sense the note of optimism that seems to have taken the place of the uncertainty of a few months ago. Yes, we are busy again—at times, during the afternoon you may have to wait a few moments before a clerk can attend to your wants. Please be patient—we are really getting a kick out of being honestly "busy again." And thus we make the "turn upward." Stores like Chrischilles & Herbst, stores who have served their customers well for 63 years, who have been honest and fearless, will be the first to lead the procession back to prosperity. Our purchases for Spring are back to normal. Wholesalers and manufacturers have been glad to sell us goods because of our financial standing. You the customer, get.the advantage of. our favorable credit terms through lowered prices. And listen to this last word of warning—with the return of prosperity, PRICES WILL. GO UP. The wise housewife will lay in a supply of household needs while prices are down. Buy with confidence at Chrischilles & Herbst-— the store with a reputation, the store that for 63 years has set the standard for merchandising in Kossuth county. We'll be busy here from now on—we've turned that promised "corner"—now it's "full steam ahead." The new day is dawn- Now YousawSKELC used at the cooking school Use and ~ Enjoy SKELGAS In your home FREE Think of it! Without cost or obligation you can have the modern cooking fuel, Skel- gas, right in your own kitchen. Cook on a beautiful Skelgas stove. ^Learn •what real gas convenience is. Enjoy Skel- gas at our expense for 3 days. Just call and ask for our free home trial. BJUSTROMS 213 East State Street Phone 520 s : s 1 Grocery FIRST DOOB WEST OP SWIFT'S 1 No. 2^ can peaches _____ _ ___________________ 9c 2 No. 1 cans Pork and Beans ----------------- _9e 2 jars Pickle Relish __ ____ ________ _____ ______ 9c 2 small boxes Oatmeal __ ______ , ___________ . __ ___8c 2 bottles Catsup ____ _: ___________ , ____ ^__ ____ ^____9c • 2 Ibs. Sweet Prunes ____________ _. ________ _______(>(} 2 bottles Mustard ______ ___ ______ _ _____________ _Je 4 rolls Toilet Paper __________ , ___ .,__ _________ ,l$c; 6 Seedless Grape Fruit ----- , ___ _ ______ _________l$c 2 Ibs, Macaroni --------------- . _____ „ ___ ___ jgc 2 No, 1 Oyal Sardines __„___ ___ _ ___ __._._>_.__tWfr I l-lb. box Cherry Chocolates ^__^_ I qt, jar Peanut Butter ____ „ I 2»Jb. can Mother's Cocoa ________ jar p»re Preserres ---- r—.-^-

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