Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1933 · Page 3
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Equip. \\ to ^ all "wJSi of * TITONKA HAS " nftn " PARTIES AFTEUNOW Titonka, Mar. 28—The big fall of snow here a week ago Saturday and Sunday was not without Its iomponsatlons In a social way. Mrs, Jay Budlong entertained a jroup of women In a bobsled party last week Tuesday night. After the ride lunch was served. Quests were Mesdames S. J. do Vries A M. Peterson, ftoy iBudlong. R. c. Ball, J. F. Fisher, Mary Oester- relcher, and .Mrs. C. A. Hoon also Phydells Peterson. The Epworth Leaguers had a bobsled party last week Wednesday night, Arthur Jay Budlong and Willis Phelps driving. There were 30 .Leaguers In the group, and they had lunch at the Rev. Fremont Faul's. Another bobsled party took place last week Tuesday night, given by Donald, 'Lewis, and Vern Bacon. Guests were Ethel Wellemeyer, Edlthmae Budlong, Edith Reynolds, Florence Bacon, Claire Heifner, Fern, Harold, and Mildred Krantz, Wilbur and Kathryn Schram, and Leota Oesterrelcher. In a bobsled last week Monday night Arthur Jay Budlong took Florence Reaser to her school seven miles west of Titonka. The snow was deep and they had to detour two miles. It .was 1:30 Tuesday morning before Arthur Jay got home. To Hear Welfare Hromlcasf— The Auxiliary unit and friends will meet at Mrs. Carrie Bonacker's to listen to the regular monthly broadcast sponsored by the Iowa department of the Legion Auxiliary this Friday at 4:30 from station WOI, Ames. Mrs. Lucille Charlton Hall, o£ Dallas Center, state child welfare chairman, will be the speaker. Music will be furnished by Prof. Tolbert Macrae, of Ames. During the program lunch will be served by Mrs. Bonacker and her committee, consisting of Laura Hanson, Camilla Cooper, Sophie Conradi, and Martha Peterson. A charge of 10 cents is made In order to raise funds for welfare work. Children Hare Party— The Home Guards met Sunday afternoon in. the ba'sement of the Methodist church. Attending were Roger Larson, Robert and Alice Budlong, Betty Kokash, Herbert Schram, Forest Hanson, Jacquelin 'Callies, Geraldlne Bruns, Faith, Hope, and Duane Faul, Fern Oes- terrelcher, Marjorie Peterson, Charles Beed and Stephen de Vries. Games were played and lunch was served by the hostesses, Patty 'Ball and Betty Kokash. Party Given Thursday— Mrs. Homer Downs ' last Thursday entertained Mesdames Raymond Bonacker, George Bonacker, Raymond Krantz, L. B. Larson, Howard, French, Lee O. Wolfe, Pierre Sartor, Mary Oesterrelcher, S. J. de Vries, R. C. .Ball, Harry Beed, M. S. Craven, Roy iBudlong, and Hazel Stott. Bridge was played and lunch was served. Mrs. George Bonacker won high, and Mrs. Roy Budlong, low. Commercial Club Elects- Officers elected by Titonka Commercial club are: President, J. F. Fisher; vice president, Dr. W. F. Hamstreet; secretary - treasurer, Herman Rachut; and speaker of the house, Dr. Pierre Sartor. The club was organized and committees were appointed. The next meeting "will be held In two weeks. • Make-Up School Called Off— At a recent meeting of the school board it was decided to hold school last Saturday from 8 a. m. till 10 p. m. to make up for time lost because of the blizzard last week Monday and Tuesday; then because of jnore snow Friday night the order had to be revoked. l-Woman's Club to Meet- The Woman's club will hold its next meeting at Mrs. Herman Rachut's. Leaders will he 'Mrs Howard 'French and Mrs. iM. S. Craven, and the lesson will be, History of Kossuth county, and roll call on officers of the county. Observe Wedding Pate- Mr, and Mrs. Antone PannkuR celebrated their 21st wedding anniversary Sunday. Other Titonka News. Lewis and Vern Bacon were hosts to their bridge club Saturday night. Attending: Clifford, Fern, Mildred, and Harold Krantz, Edlth- mae 'Budlong, Pauline Blakley, Helen Beed, 'Barbara Ball, Margaret Callies, Arlo and Harjey Larson, Donald Banta, and Loraine Peterson. The Legion monthly 'business meeting will be held at the Legion hall next week Tuesday evening, and reports of the county meeting at Swea City will be given. Other special features are being arranged. Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Terpstra, of . Des Moines, have been spending i few days here visiting the L. C. Heifners. Mrs. Terpstra was formerly Viola Heifner. The W. 'F. Denton drug store was repainted and decorated by Maurice Keil. A new lighting system was installed by M. S. Craven and son Doyle.' The Legion Auxiliary executive board will meet at the Legion hall this Friday evening at 8 to discuss raising funds to carry on welfare work Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe entertained her bridge club last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. J. F. Fisher won •high and Mrs. S. J. de Vries low. A baby girl was 'born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stecker Saturday morn- Ing. The Fred Steckers live north ° ThTjohn Boykens, of Woden were business callers here Saturday, also visiting the John Fisher home. Mr. and Mrs. Flick Davis, of (Bancroft, were Sunday callers at Harold Johnson and Antone Pannkuk's. Wlilan Crone, Lela B. Stephens Ethel Wellmeyer, and ttonald p* >nwere%t Mason City Saturday Tae Claua Daniels, Blue ®artb - Tft : w&rti^wK* KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. IOWA Union ScfiooTEicction PAOB Postponed by Snowstorm Union Twp., Mar. 28— The annual township school election, by law set for the third Monday in March, was postponed because of snow-blocked roads to Saturday at the Center scboolhouse. The following directors will serve next year: No. 1, Claire WJnkic; 2, A. M. Uustafson, president- 3 W I Dodrtsj 4, Mrs. A. B. Schenck; 5] Earl Taylor; 6, D. C. Gardner; 7, John Sabin. Mr. Taylor Is the only new director. The board voted to maintain a nine months school year and set teachers' salar- es at $40 and $50 a month. All eachers with certificates below irst grade county uniform will re- elvo the lower amount, and those vlth first grade uniform and above, he 'higher amount. The legisla- ure now in session has set the minimum at $40. All teachers in Jnion this year are receiving $80 a month, the old minimum. Previous to this year this township lad paid above the minimum. Contest Is Plnnncd— County Supt. Shirley has announced a county spelling contest it Algona Wednesday, April 5, to •select a "representative in a <Des Moines Register & Tribune state contest on May G. Roy W. Eaton, Omaha, probably the most widely experienced conductor of spelling contests in the country, will have harge of both the Kossuth and the state contests. Mr. Eaton is also conductor of interstate associations contests. A new feature this year will be a written as well as the usual oral contest. Every rural school may enter one pupil, and No. 4, Union, will have one. Death Postpones Club Meeting— A Mothers & Daughters club meeting scheduled for last Thursday was postponed because of the loath of Mrs. Vesta Sarchet, member who was serving as treasurer. Mrs. Mary Bennett, assisted by Mrs. Marjorie Dear'chs, will entertain on Thursday, April 6; program: response to roll call, dream gardens; paper, The Fascination of the Seed Catalog, Mrs. Ida Wlnkie Jr.; paper, Native Flowers, Mrs. Erma Harvey; Songs, Mary Lee and Ruth Dearchs. Members will exchange plants, seeds, and bulbs. Mr. Znnke Has nn Alibi— J. H. Zanke, east of 'Burt, 'formerly of Union township, is about with blackened eyes and a gash on his nose, but he explains that he was alone in the barn when a piece of Iron dropped and hit him In the face. JNO, LIESVELD, 77, OF LAKOTA, DIES FRIDAY Other Union News. 0. K. Romstad, son-in-law Presley Sarchet, is caring for livestock on the farm where Mark Sarchets were living. of the the SWEA GITYANS 3 FIRSTS IN MUSIC TILT Swea City, Mar. 28—The music department won three firsts and live seconds at the contest at Estherville last week. The band, the girls' Glee club, and a sousaphone solo by Sidney Hutchinson, won 'irst places; a piano solo by Irene Dourte, trombone solo by Roger Linde, vocal solo iby Edith Dahl, clarinet solo by Dorothy Christiansen, and the boys' Glee club ;ook second places. The organization and individuals winning first place will compete in a district meet in April. Grunt Pupils Give Operetta— Grant high school presented its operetta, Polished Pebbles, last week Friday evening. The cast was. Uncle Bob, Norman Boevers; Mrs. O'Brien, Ruth Bolin; Rosalie, Helen Wescott; Millicent, Muriel Payne; Winifred, Violet Selberg; Mrs. Gabble, Helen Briggs; Mr. Gaibble, Donald Mayne; Martha, Margaret Wolcott; Nick, Kern Blair. There were choruses of overall boys and sunbonnet girls. MARTIN BERGMAN, 86, ST. BENEDICT, DIES MARCH 22ND St. Benedict, Mar. 28 — Martin Bergman died last week Wednesday at 6:10 a. m. at the home of his grandson, Nick Arndorfer, with whom he had lived some years. He was 86 and had been sick several months with the infirmities of age. Mr. Bergman was born in Bavaria and came to this country in .899. He first lived with his daughter, Mrs. Charles Arndorfer, who Jiecl in 1928. Funeral services were conducted Friday morning at the Catholic church here, the Rev. B. H. Loeffelholz officiating, and burial was was in the St. 'Benedict cemetery. Surviving are his grandchildren, Nick, Emil, Amelia, Deane, Lenore, and Alfrieda Arndorfer; Mrs. Aloert German, Blue Earth; Mrs. Dennis Carroll, Hanna Switch; ;he Rev. A. J. Arndorfer, Charter Dak; and four great-grandchildren. .Unable to attend the funeral were Deane Arndorfer, of Chicago, and the Rev. Fr. Arndorfer and Lenore, Charter Oak. Lakota, Mar. 28—John Leisveld died at 7:30 Friday morning at the home of hia daughter, prg. wade Ball, Mr. Leisveld had not t>een well all winter, but was able to go to town In the car every week. Last Thursday he felt worse and that evening he was taken with a severe pain in the region of his heart, and he died the next morning. Mrs'. Leisveld died five years ago the fore part of March at their home In Lakota, where they had lived many years. Mr. Leisveld moved with his daughter and husband to a farm two miles west of town March 1, 1932, and the E. R. Worleys live in their house In town. Mr. Leisveld -was born In New York City August 3, 1854. Most of hia early life was spent In Michigan. Later he moved to Chicago coming' to Iowa about 1882. 'December 24, 1883, he was married to Emma Winter at Fort Dodge. With his bride he returned to Chicago, where they lived ten years. In 1893 IB, with his family, came back to his vicinity, where he has since ved. He was the father of four chil- ren, Louis, who died in Infancy, loy, who died in 1918, Arthur, of 'hicago, and Mrs. Julia Ball, Laota. Mr. Leisveld was 17 years Id. He'is survived by his daugh- er, Mrs. Ball, and son Arthur, four randchildren: Ramona Leisveld, flason City, Lu Verne, Marvin, and o, of Coldwater, Mich., and two isters, Mrs. Anna Boche and .Mrs. William Zuetell, both of Chicago. Funeral services were held at the 'resbyterian church 'Sunday after- oon with the Rev. Mr. Frerking n charge, ami burial was made in flaple Hill cemetery. came to visit them last Thursday, returning Friday.- The E. R. Worleys and Harry Warburton were visitors at the Sam Warburton's, Swea City, Sunday. Royal Neighbors held a monthly meeting at A. Q. Smith's last week Wednesday evening. Nick Koppen has been suffering with ,blood poison dn one hand, but is recovering. The .Methodist Aid held a bake sale at Warburton's grocery Saturday. Thursday Club Meets— The Thursday club met last Thursday at Wilfred Carlson's. The program was given by Mrs. S. Warburton, Mr3. Ira Hewitt, and Mrs. Anna Larson. Mrs. Harriett Warburton, county chairman, gave a talk on adult education. Mrs. Warburton was a guest of the club, as was Mrs. iDella Smith, both of Lakota. 'Mrs. Smith gave a short talk on history week for club programs. Jtobert BrJininer Is Dead— Robert Brimmer, long a resident of Swea City, died at his Armstrong home a week ago Monday evening of pneumonia, at the age of 45 years. Bob lived .here many years, first living with the C. Isaacson family in Swea township. In 1916 he was married to Maude Verbrug- gle, of Armstrong, and they lived here, moving to Armstrong a few years ago. Mrs. Brimmer survives him. Legion, Aux., 11 Years Old— The Auxiliary benefit party last week Wednesday evening was well attended, and $8 was cleared. The entertainment was also in the form of a birthday party, the Legion and Auxiliary being 11 years old that day. The past heads of the Legion and Auxiliary were honored at a special table, where a birthday cake made by Mrs. P. Larson was served. 90th Birthday Is Honored- Some 80 relatives and friends called on Mrs. S. M. Johnson at her home here Tuesday to congratulate her on her 90th birthday. Five birthday cakes were served during the day. The Charles :Laudines, of Sherburn, were among the guests, Mrs. Laudine is a daughter. Emll Larson Heads Board— The school iboard met last week Tuesday evening, and. the new member, D. W. Fultz, was seated, and Emll Larson was elected president of the board for the ensuing year. William Krumm, Otto Jensen and OscaTr Pearson are the other members of the board. Creamery Changes Carton— The Swea City creamery changed its carton last week. The old carton has been used so long many thought the butter was not own. Other Sweft City. Among those home for spring vacation are: Gail Kesler, Minnesota state, Lucille Thomson, Manchester, where she is music instructor, and Oliver Anderson, Minnesota university. Ed. Hammond bought the Hagbert Olson property just west of the Methodist church, and moved in last week. Mr. and Mrs. Olson have moved to their farm north of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chambers, of Dubuque, are visiting friends and relatives here our Mrs. Adolph Missel «nd Etta Stecker entertained the 'Lutheran Aid last week The Martin entertained the pplllver «pach and wife over T&e HaroW Joneses, of Burt, •pere Sunday guests at Roy long'e. Other St. Benedict. .Rosalia Elsenbarth recently fell on a sidewalk at the schoolhouse and skinned and bruised a knee so ibadly that she couldn't attend school last week. Ella Simons spent a few days at Iowa City hospital last week; This was a follow-up of the operation she had last fall on one of her knees. The Emil F. Arndorfers spent Sunday afternoon with the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Eisenbarth. Mrs. Philip Scheme!, Algona spent the week-end with her daughter, Mrs. E. F. 'Rahm. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Arndorfer, Algona, -were Sunday afternoon Quests of relatives here. Mrs. Mary .Simons .entertained the Matt Bormanns and Leo >Ludwigs Sunday at dinner. William Eich, elevator manager and his wife drove to Fort Dodge Monday on business. The Rev. B. H. (Loeffelholz attended 13-hour adoration at St. Joe Monday. attending the John Leisveld fun- ral were his son Arthur and wife, and Dan Gornez, of Chicago, Mrs. Dora 'Leisveld and daughter Ra- noria, Mason City, Marvin and Cleo ieisveld, Coldwater, Mich. Docor ( and Mrs. Brant and daughter and Wilma Stimetz, Claremont, Mr. and Mrs. H. Coleman, Mr. and Mrs. Vlarc Moore, .Mr. and Mrs. Specht, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parks, and Mrs. Mary Smith, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Juy Hart, Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. Vorman Pingle, Ledyard, and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Carlson and Mrs. Jharles Wortman, Swea City, Mr. ,nd Mrs. Ed Messerly, Fred Mes- erly and Herman Pingle, of Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Miss Schoen, Britt. Attend Club at Swea City— •Mesdames Delia M. Smith and J. I. Warburton were guests of the Swea City Thursday club last Thursday afternoon at Wilfred arlson's. After a business meet- ng Mrs. Anna Larson read a paper on training for the pre-school child, Mrs. Ira Hewitt read a paper on the same subject for the child rom six to 14 years, and Mrs. S. Warburton on the adolescent per- od. Mrs. Delia Smith, district his- .orian, gave a brief tlak on history week, and Mrs. Warburton on adult education. Lunch was served by ;he hostess. South Cresco Mrs. Russell Sorensen, Armstrong, has been an invalid three years with arthritis. She is remembered here as Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Blomster. Mr Blomster was buttermaker at the local creamery then, and Mr. Sorensen was at the Hobarton grocery store. Mr. and Mrs. W. Holldorf, Fenton, recently became' parents of a son at the General hospital, Al gona. The mother was formerly Luclle Gillette, and Is the daughter of Mrs. Thos. Metcalf. Emil Thelln, Oallendar, came Friday for a week with his daughter, Mrs. L. A. Olson. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Olson entertained 21 friends Saturday evening at 500. Leila Collinson, Spencer, spen the week-end at L. A. Vipond's. The Earl Crouches, of Algona have moved to the Henry Bros farm. The Mothers and Daughters club was entertained last Thursday by Mrs. D. A. Teeter, 13 members and five guests attending. Officers were elected: Mrs. E. C. Potter, president; Mrs. Glen Strayer, vice; Mrs, 0. S. Moore, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. F. C. (Parks, assistant The next meeting is to ibe on Friday, April 7, with Mrs. B. F Sparks, to work on quilt blocks. • • '» Smokehouse Lost In Fire. Whittemore, Mar. 28— The Elmer Bells smokehouse burned down las week Tuesday, and meat which was being smoked was destroyed. A the time of the fire the Bells were at the home of a neighbor, Henry Laucks. George (Baas, ' anothe neighbor, discovered the blaze, bu it was then too late to save any thing. _ _ Burt W°man Is Stricken; Burt, Mar. 28— Mrs. W. J. »avi son suffered a severe stroke Frida afternoon and is In critical condl tion. H«r daughter Ir'ina, 8toJ|X Rapids teacher, arrived and the Frank DavJeons, City, Spiday. Her ol low LEDYARD SCHOOL MUSIC STUDENTS WINJJONTEST Ledyard, Mar. 28—Mr. and Mrs. Barrett attended the music contest in Estherville Saturday, taking two contestants, James Logan and Tilmer Halvorson. James won first in trombone solo, playing The Philistine, by Clay Smith. Tilmer played Premier Polka, and won honorable mention. The orchestra was entered but did not have to ' appear, as there was no competition. They and James will go to Mason City to the district contest; in April. ! linsebnll Practice Sturted- Twenty-six iboys reported for baseball. Since the snow all practice has been indoors. Seven boys who played last year, or were "subs," are Kenneth Thompson, Eryin Klinksiek, Marvin Junkermeier, Tilmer Halvorson, Alfred 'Lloyd, Dwight Smith, and Paul /rowd Comes for Funeral— Among those from out of town Come to Attend Funeral— •Mr. • and Mrs. Edw. Messerly, Fred Messerly, and Merman Pingle, of Fort Dodge, visited at N. A. ingel's 'Sunday and attended the uneral of John Liesveld, of Laota, Sunday afternoon. ew Carrier Is Named— A Mr. Chambers, district agent f the Des Moines Sunday Register, vas here Friday. Betty Matzener now the official carrier here, aking Arvid Brand's place. athcr Is Stricken— Chester Johnson was called to 3ancroft last week Tuesday, when Is father, P. Johnson, suffered a evere stroke. The elder Mr. Johnon is slowly recovering. Society Is Entertained— Mesdames George and John Heet- and were hostesses to the Presby- :erian Missionary society at John, Heetland's last Thursday afternoon, and the following .program was given: piano solo, Mrs. Esther Schroeder; Study of Book of Proverbs, Mrs. Olga Wortman; solo, Arliss Heetland, and the Heetland twins sang America. A good crowd attended. . ienlors Choose "The Hoodoo" — Seniors chose The Hoodoo, a hree-act comedy, for their class •lay. There are 18 seniors and ach has a part. Other Ledyard News. A. E. Lauritzen and Elsie Friday ipent Suday in Ringsted. The J. H. Warners, near 'Swea City, were at Roy Link's Saturday. The Leon Wordens spent Friday at Ed Campbell's, near Seneca. The 'R. >E. Poters, of Rolfe, came with C. T. 'unkins when he returned from )maha a "week ago Monday. The Vm. Flyns spent Sunday at Ray Gordon's, near Rake. Genevieve' Kitley's sister Mabel, f Hardy, returned with her last week Tuesday and is spending two veeks here. She Is recovering i*om an appendicitis operation. The Eugene Wordens, of Elmore, visited the Leon Wordens Saturday and called at Mrs. Blanche Jenks'. L. A. Nltz and George Moulton went to St. Paul Friday, returning Sunday. ' Lars Scar and Jim Leslie were n Algona Saturday on 'business. Attend Sarchet Funeral— Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley attended :he funeral of Mrs. Ley's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs, Mark Sarchet, held at the Algona Congregational church last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs* Sarchet were known by many Jn Lakota. Drilling 1 at Armstrong— Guy Beemer has taken his well drill to near Armstrong to the larm now occupied by the F. G. Torines, where he will drill a well tor the owner of the farm. Harry Moe is assisting him in the work. Birthday Is Celebrated— R. B .Geerdes was 67 years old March 15 and his children and families surprised him hy coming to help him celebrate the event. Other Lakota News. Virgil Smith, Wilbur Hassebrook, and Norman/Frerking came home from .Dubuque university Saturday :o spend the week-end with their respective families. George Manus, of Dubuque, came to spend the week-end with friends at Lone Rock, and the boys came with him. Mesdames E. R. Worley, A. Q. Smith, Richard Hamquist, and James Bruer were guests at E. H. Kahl's last Thursday afternoon. The time was spent quilting and visiting and lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. A. Q. Smith was hostess to the Methodist Aid last week Wednesday afternoon. A good crowd . attended. Mrs. Harold Pierce,i Mason City,,was an out-of;own guest. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Woodworth -went to Le Mars last week and brought home Mrs. Woodwork's sister Violet, whos cently died. They took her home Sunday, Henrietta Kliest, who has spent the winter with relatives at Newell and Garner, came home recently Just in time to see most of the snowfall in this vicinity this winter. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton and Mrs. N. B. Noble and Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torlne, of Armstrong were Sunday guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Frank Johnson, Mrs. N. !E. Noble, who has spen the past six weeks with her daughter, Mrs. S. Warburton, at Swea dty, came hpme last weei Wednesday* The C. O. Petersons, Swe$ City moved on the Jake Elman farm west of town recently. 'Mrs. erf on is a daughter pj Mr. wan. — — „ c}tyj Bl 200 Seek Fenton Job. Fenton, Mar. 28 — The .first meet- ng of the telephone board since its election was held March 15. The ineman and operator, (Dennis imith, resigned, and a meeting will be held this week "Tuesday to pick a man. More than 200 applications lave been received. [J E3BONS for all makes of typewriters for sale.—Advance, vide. PETERSON FOR PHOTOS 666 LIQUID • TABLETS • SALVE Checks Colds first day, Headaches or Neuralgia In 30 minutes, Malaria In 3 days. 666 SALVE for head colds. Most Speedy Remedies Known. Enjoy a Warm Home Order your coal for these last cold days of spring before your lawn is too soft to drive on. Terms cash F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 oluour rt S-uAtem Stare Friday and Saturday .Specials Lifebouy ,<^u 6« Hinds Almond Cream 50c Bottle Aspirin Tabs ^ .49 Forhans Tooth Paste 60c Tube • e e. 39 Ovaltine I; 1 : 79. Tissue Perf. Cleansing 500 Sheets e • 49 Bromo Quinine 23* 35c Certified Tooth Paste 25 Pint Beef Iron Wine 79 35c Ingram's Shav. Cream 29- Pint Alcohol Rubbing 50c Pyrolac Tooth Paste 29 1.00 Nervine Dr. Miles 5Oc Lavender Lotion Psyllium Seed Ib. Dark 37' Woodbury's^T.'. 4* Mineral Oil Full Pint 49. Right Reserved to Limit Quantities. Peau-Doux Shaving Cream Peau-Doux shaving cream assures a cool, quick shave and banishes all razor Irritation, leaving skin smooth—refreshed 50c large tube .. Pint Orlis Mouth Wash 49 SORENSEN'S Walgreen System Drug Store Algona Hotel Corner III1IIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIH SERVICE HOSE ? $4.00 ROCK CRYSTAL 1 Manufacturers' Advertising Sale -2 hrs. only i Present tills certificate and 99c and receive one $1.00 box of "French" Face Powder, one $1.00 Exquisite Perfume, and we will give you absolutely FREE a $4,00 EOCK CUT CRYSTAL NECKLACE and a pair of L SEKYICE $1.00 HOSE. All These Articles for 99c You Save $6.01 Genuine First Quality Silk Hose, If you cannot come on this day and hour) send someone to our store before sale. Leave »9o and your set will be laid aside for you. Sat. Afternoon Only Coupon Good from 2 to 4 p. m. April 1st SORENSEN'S Algonn Hotel Corner Genuine Dlajuaud »«c*

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