Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1933 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 6, 1933
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«, 1988. I tm (I LU VERKE Verne Apr- *—*•"" »•—-»• Ivterian congregational meet 1 Ud Thursday at the hall, and though bad weather _ ,. jjept many away the iTlmslness was .transacted. •"' of treasurers of organiza- ,T owed affairs of the church f w od Condition in spite «f the lg , ». Mrs Harry Von Dras- 1 fn Jones'were elected tru S ™ three years and one year M niv Mrs. Irvln Chapla re-elected secretary,. Mrs. Arthur Dlmler, , Bchool superintendent; 3 Lee ScMy. assistant; Vera • , g. s. secretary; Mrs. H. .n S S. treasurer; Gwenetha ilanist. Plans for the year *' discussed, and lunch was Len to be Confirmed- L -will be services, at the Iheran churcU Sunday morning IK-lock at which a class corn- led oE'da Hintz, Lucille flehn- fcdorf Hosena Barton, Robert E Ruth Gellenfeldt, and Fern 1 i will be examined and con- me d The school children will nish special music. On Maun- fc Thursday evening English L communion will be observed I the German on Good Friday ning. |j. Club Elects Officers- Mrs Lionel Eustace was elected Ksident of the J. J. Club at a feting Friday at Mrs. Archie fcford's. Mrs. Harold Sorenson 1 9 chosen vice president; Mrs. Irnard Wolf, secretary; Mrs. > Llndebak treasurer. A pro[ Included a paper on good ;s for the home "by Mrs. .„ ^Jinert and one on good (oks for children by Mrs. L. Eus- There was an attendance 115, .esday Club Studies Poets- Poetry was the subject of discus- fn at a Tuesday club meeting fct week at Mrs. H. E. Peitzke's. eryone gave a poem at roll call, 1 Mrs. D. Lang read a paper on idem Poets. American and Engi poets who have been writing fcce 1900 were discussed and ladings were given from their jorks. Addie Thompson, of Morri- m, was a guest, • Ul Workers Plan Study— |LU Verne Loyal Workers 4-H gram committee, Cora Mae Mas- jrson, chairman, Elsie Hunt, and Id Bertha Bowman, met with the lob leader, Mrs. Robert Masterone day last week and plan- this year's work. The first iting will be held April 28 at joris Genrlch's. The girls will dy second year home furnish- . Last Thursday and Friday many people drove northeast of town and to Lakota to view the hi K h water and lakes. Friday two school bus loads of children — „_ ^L.^.J U1 , wui U (US- missed early, fearing washouts in places where water was over tho road and a ibrldge northeast of town. One bus was unable to got in Friday because of the hltr'h water. Telephone Jtates Are Cut— A telephone meeting was held at Boudrye and Carpenter's last week Monday afternoon to cut the rates. Residence telephones are now $1 a month; business places, $1.75 a month; rural, $10 a year. The house and business bills are payable three months In advance and rural payable in advance. Spelling Contest Held— In a spelling contest sponsored by the Des Molnes Register Henrietta won the rlg<ht to go to.Al- gona to spell. Others receiving honorable mention are Alvira Halvorson, 7th grade, Lois Wilson, 8th grade, and Lurene Lloyd, Cth grade. Girl Bom to Sperrys— Friends here will be pleased to hear of the birth of a IVz Ib. daughter to Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Sporry, of Renwick, March 31. There are two boys and this is the first girl. She has been named Lou-Ann Marilyn. / \lors Hosts at Party— |The H. S. juniors entertained the . of 'the high school and the iulty at the gymnasium Friday Ight. The senior .boys defeated i sophomore boys, 13-6, at bas- etball, and the balance of the 'enlng was spent at games. i Players in Tourney— ICrlbbage fans were entertained pay at the city hall, where a nament was held. There were : tables, and Vera Wegner won i high score, John Phillips low. Bother tournament is planned for ipril 14. I. Llchty Honored— [A group of relatives gave a sur- pe at J. L. Lichty'B Friday even- Is, honoring Mrs. Lichty, whose irttday was Saturday, progres- Ive rook furnished entertainment. Joirn Band is Planned— I At a recent meeting at the city W persons interested in a town pa decided to have initial prac- J" next Monday evening, with I Webster City director, founds Thumb With Ax— [Robert Murray had an accident i. f' Whlle he was cutting r M h . 8 , ^PPed the fleshy part Ws left thumb, making neces- "7 several stitches. Other Lu Verne News. The Y P. S . had a 8oclal j n the lav I, ° aseme nt last week Tues|ay evening. The Rev. Mr. Witten- WfK ™ntinued the study of Hever tho" Refreshl nents were served ilnb J°", ng people of the Mil puitz lannly. I Mr. and Mrs. George Stoddard. of last week wlfir r, Mrs. William Big- Won f/>;" stodda rd had an oper- Itndai-at tih T°^ le last " week N Dodge. he Luther an hospital, goes to rday ason — Fred shoppers had x' Mrs - Win. Bad- Ibs/nce subs «tuted during her d T1 »eesfeldt 9 have " representative.' n1tnei> 8. who mov- on h ? e nwlck Mar. 1, GeraH t? 9 ? ere Saturday. were 1 H ! rb e n ers, of Mason t3 at A> and week * at at , ciar- brother Frank's Schneider weel * vj sit- Kollman's at WU118BW' son several day? last i G H" r ivJs5o ar8 b r 8 ' ri °« 8 * l>lor es Woki r* 1 ? *«W. tMtf^a**"* t*a5-sr g ^ Nson? er Dan ««« j^ye jnoyed ROSSUTM COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA High Wind at Ledyard on Farms - '^ ^. n. -••-- music program that was to tho cupola llavo ''eon given last week damage was done. ° 11 - Gives Easter Sermon Series— The Rev. Mr. Johnson is giving a series of pre-Easter sermons. He spoke Sunday on The Pentinent Thief, and the previous Sunday he used as his text, "Forgive them for they know not what they do." George Moulton Injured- George Moulton threw his arm out of joint at the elbow Sunday while chopping wood. He went to Elm ore to the doctor, But was unable to get it into place because of the swelling. Mrs. Wayne's Fntlier HI— „ _. ._.-- iii j. .3. .IJ.H./JC;! tj CJ J1VO, UL J Mrs. Joe Mayne received word of was a visitor here Friday. the serious illness of her father who lives near Boise, Idaho. She end at Van Meter. Vo,i« WM i po f tt)071ert "» "«*t wee* nd roads 7 aUSe ° C bad weather Other Lcdyaril News. Ooorgo Dunn and Reuben Green went to DCS Moines last week Wednesday and returned Thursday. T). A. Carpenter, George Moulton, Leon Worden, and A. E. Laurltzen were in Algona Saturday *' IarTold ancl Mildred Granner, and Miss Kttley took the lattcr's sister Mabel to Burt Saturday to take the train to her home at Hardy, after having spent two weeks here The Wm. Wenzels drove to Mason City Friday and his daughter Eva Maude returned with .them for a week here and at Swea City. Mrs. H. M. Dyer took her son Glen to Bancroft last week Monday evening to consult Dr. Devine about an Infected toe that has been causing him much trouble. L. A. Nitz, Sam Weaver, and R A. Ridge, of Swea City, went to Chicago Saturday with two loads of cattle and two of hogs. The King's Heralds met with Henrietta O'Keefe Saturday afternoon. Nine girls were present and Mrs. Ed Halvorson had charge of the meeting. Sunday evening a good crowd attended a five-reel movie at the Sacred Heart showing, The Passion Piay, based on the play at Oberammergau. NEAR S, G, SERVES HOT LUNCHES Swea City, Apr. 4—The Grant school ceased serving hot lunches to pupils March 17. An average of 85 hot lundies a day were served for ten weeks. Helping In the serving were Mesdames Ely Anderson, Orin Johnson, Frank Boevers, A. G. Farrington, H. L. Reed, Otto Kelly, Harry Curtis, Ira Christie, Fred Sheeley, N. H. Bolin, S. G. Holm, Charles Stelnberger, Walter Heerdt, Ervin Link, D. Funderburk, Adolph. Berhow, Mabel Mino, Jos. Mayne, John Patterson, William Speiker, Ely Quam, J. J. McDonald, Delbert Hunt, W. O. Briggs, Harold Fisher, David 'Far- o Mount Vernon .last week-end, md Mrs. Sweany visited friends at Cornell college and attended a dramatic festival there. She also vis- ted her parents at Carroll, and tfr. Sweany visited at Ames. The Elmer Swings have moved nto the Bertha Eckholm liouse; ho Edw. Hoveys to the house va- ated by the Ewings; and the Edw. lammonds to a house they recent- y bought from Hagbert Olson. Kauffmans, Lela Young, _.. „... ago, are visiting the J. E. Youngs, tfrs. Kauffman and Miss Young are aughters of Mr. and Mrs Young. ---• - 1 —• Mr. and Mrs. Francis Brocksus, larrhigton^H.^L. T Reed^ Otto Waterloo, and their daughter Beradine visited at Frank Thomson's ecently. Mrs. Brocksus an'd Mrs. "'homson are sisters. The Harry Edwards family, Alone, spent last Thursday at Tom lanifan's home. Mrs. Edwards is a aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hanifan. The Leo Edwards family, Britt, mond, , er, av 'ar- , .. „» , , , Andrew Pederson, Edw. Ham- a , the wllll am Alderks family.ot , W. H. Bargar, William it ako ^?' were Sunday visitors at Doocy. Floyd Caldwell, and Swen Tjensvold, and Doris Reynolds. Pinochle Tourney Is Held— A pinochle tournament here closed last week Wednesday evening, Dick Berg and William Poole winning. Play covered three nights. Berg and Poole first won from C. B. Rohlin and Viggo Christiansen, then from William Barker and Sanftner have come home from er. _„„.._ ,, ..,. Hua . i^«,i IVUA uitu h^ua*A.-biib A UCVV C LXJillC JlUIIlc irOHl Edw. Willard, who had previously Denver, where they spent the win- eliminated C. J. Applequist and J. " E. Vaughn. There was much interest in the tournament. Library Is Well Patronized— The town library board met last part y last Thurldly "eventag week Monday evening to consider had a large patronage TVil VQ CITlfl 1V> Qnn a f\P rtn »i«irt n rt m-r* 4-Vift mi. ....... . O » ways and means of carrying 'on the are p i f o,T " at B ' Mayer S ' t • •---- „„...,...„ „.. — 1UK wnnani i'nompsons and l b :^r±r i ? n °±l a , d l P ^ d ^ Harry Warburton were Sunday vis- tors at Plover. The Frank Thomsons spent Friday at Algona, their old home. t oe )OOs ar i y en , tertalned the being taken from the library than " -»*.,„ r\ . V — J — lui-y. r>uu,ru niuin-uers are Jii. J_i. •ifv ;n| B °i rge i^ 80n> of .^ason Hanson, H. T. Winter, Mrs. O. S. -itv. and daughter came Friday to Pea rson, Mrs. Anna Larson, and fir I i11EJ A TIM r\t*t*r\-rt 'n - . . . ' vk f P, A visit at Qua Anderson's. Maxme Hargreaves, of Algona, ent last week w Mrs. L. C. Strand. Tho L. C. Strands moved Mrs. Walter Smith. spent last week with her sister, County Barbers Meet Here The county barbers association _. ,— from met at the Bowman shop here last the Bel Christ home 1 Friday into week Monday evening, with barbers in attendance from Algona, Wes- tlieir' own house. • ..„„„«. llt iiul.Gllv*clllljG LI Will .fxl&Ulld, YV CO- Ed Halvorson and C. T. Junkins ley, Bancroft, Whittemore, and Fen- were in Algona -last <veek Monday ton. The meeting ended with a on business. Mr. and Mrs. Roy hair-cutting bee for barbers who Wentworth operate shops alone. Mrs. J. 0. Seylor Loses Mother— Mr. and Mrs. J O. Seylor and were Algona visitors Saturday. The Methodist Aid meets this Thursday with Mrs. Burrows. aii - tt " u J¥J1 °- «• u. oeyaur aim William Poppy and Anita Gel- their daughter were at Lisbon last iiica wnva in .Ain-/Min -ct«t,i n -.. Wfifilr to n.ttfiTuI tho fnnnrn.l nf .Mr« haus in Algona Friday. Mrs. Hazel Jenks, of Bancroft, Seylor's mother, Mrs. Albaugh W. L. Wiemer spent the week- MRS, DAVISON, 27 YEARS AT BURTJASSES Burt, Apr. 4—Mrs. W. J. (Davison died Saturday, following a week's illness. She had been in poor health for months. .... Ruth Augusta Butterfield,, Schmidt, daughter 01 Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Butterfield, Faith, Oarl, Aberdeen, 15, 1877, at Canton, N. Y. When she f. na " er cimaren was two she was brought by her the Moore home parents to Kossuth county. On Harry Sewick, n-cum, uniuert De- January 1, 1895, she was married wlck . H°ck Valley, and Lura Harto Wm. J. Davison. Four children ris . teacher, spent the week-end and Mesdames R. F. Elvidge, Wyott Stott, C. E. Sigsbee, J. G. Mc•Donald, L. A. Boettcher, P. W. Kollasch, Jesse Dugan, Henry Ewoldt, and R. S. John. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. [Pratt entertained the following at dinner last week Tuesday evening: Mr. and Al Staehle, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. F. C. were born, one of whom died in with their mother, Mrs. Laura Se- infancy. vrlck, and Mrs. Sewick accompan- The ^Davisons lived a few years ied them for visits at Ireton and on a farm nearjiere, and 27 years Roc k Valley. and ago moved to Burt. Mr. Davison has been janitor of the schools 20 years •Mrs. M. M. Chlpman and her Burt daughter Joan accompanied Mrs. Chipman's sister, Mrs. R. E. Ga- uv jecvio. w»»-^«***t***. .j o*t?b^i| 14.11.1 a, jx, p_f, VTel — Mrs. Davison is survived by her briel, Armstrong, to Marshalltown husband, one son Frank, ..Iowa to visit the women's parents, Mr. City, and two daughters, Mrs. Edna and Mrs. Henry Ross, till Monday. Bradford, Palo Alto, Calif., and Dean Clapsaddle returned to Ce- Irma, Sioux Rapids teacher; also dar Rapids Sunday to reenter Coe by her mother, Faith, S. D., and college after a week with his par- tViwAn V»i*r»4-V»a»»a TH.T«TlQof QTlH ,T?OV nv>4n T\., ««Ji ntr i- ft «* . . •. •.* three brothers, Ernest and Roy Butterfield, Faith, Carl Aberdeen, one sister, Edna Butterfield, of Algona. Mitchell, S. D., teacher, and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be held this week Tuesday afternoon at the Presbyterian church, conducted •by the Rev. S. H. Aten, and burial will be made in-the Burt cemetery, Mrs. Davison was a member of the Eastern Star. To Repeat Junior Play— • The Junior class play, Your Horn, a week ago Sound Friday I UUl fulfill, Of vyc^jv «&« * » •— — ^ evening will be repeated this week Friday evening, poor roads and bad weather having prevented many from attending the first performance. Sarah Schroeder and Barrel Riddle have the leading parts. Accident Victim Improved— Erwin Schwietert, seriously hurt In an automobile accident some weeks ago, is much improved and accolmpanied his wife to Lakota Sunday for a few days, with Mrs. Schwietert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Baum. Mrs. Van Vranken Loses Mother— Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Van Vranken returned Monday from Story City, where they were called by the death of Mrs. Van Vranken's mother, Mrs. L. A. Jorstead, last week Tuesday. Party Is Held— The Legion Auxiliary met Friday for a radio party at Mrs. I. W. Hansen's. Mrs. Tom Trenary, Mrs. G. P. Hawcott, and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf were assisting hostess' '' es. Moyer Family leaves Burt— The Charles Moyers moved Monday to Terrill, where Mr. Moyer will operate a 240-acre farm for Francis Johnson, former Dickinson county representative. MItebox Opening Is Planned— The Missionary society will hold its annual mite-box opening at the church Saturday. A. program is being prepared and a covered-dish luncheon will foe served. Eastern Star Instructor Coming— The Eastern Stars will meet next Tuesday evening to hear 6:30. Other Burt News. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott are __* !.•__» _A .«!_«. 4« ttlrtf* f\f nnf /TO* A O. Buell, Mr. and Mrs. L. Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. p. Kriethe, and Mr. and Mrs. C. Smith. Mrs. Paul Moore spent last week with her daughter, Mrs. Leonard Corwith, and the brought her home Sun- Mrs. Robert Moore, Algona, children spent the week at re home. Harry Sewick, Ireton, Elbert Se- ents, Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle. He traveled with Bob Harrington, Mrs. W. T.. Peters, president of the Woman's club, and Mrs. Donald Weir attended an Acorn club, Lakota, luncheon last Thursday at the Doctor Williams home, Lloyd Elston returned to Wallman last week Tuesday, after the week-end here with his family. He is conservator of a there. state bank Mrs. H. A. Steward, son Harold, daughter Dorothy, and the Paul Mapauleys, Bancroft, were Sunday dinner guests at W. H. Steward's. •Mrs. Johanna Dettman, who spent the winter with relatives at Fort Worth and Minco, Tex., is expected home this week Thursday. The Aid meets this week Wednesday 'at the church; Mrs. Wm. Schweitert and Mrs. Bertha Schwieitert, hostesses. Marie Grover, who had spent several months with her sister, Mrs. R. M. Wallace, Algona, returned Saturday. Several carloads of Epwiorth Leaguers attended an Epworth League rally at Titonka Monday evening. The Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton will attend a ministerial meeting at West Bend this week Tuesday. The G. C. Aliens and Clifford Holdings visited at the Elmer Kie nitz home at Lakota Sunday. The school taught by 'Wilma Slaughter had a program Friday evening and served lunch. The Home Guards meet at their leader Mrs. J. G. Sewick's this week Friday after school. Senator Geo. W. Patterson came up from Des Moines for a few hours at home Sunday. , A number of Burt men attended z Ib. bag the funeral of John Martin at Al- CAKE FLOUR, gona last Thursday. F. E. Rubey went to Farragut Sunday, and was to return this week Tuesday. Dr. R. H. Thompson held dental clinic at the last Thursday schoolhouse per can SALMON, Mrs. H. L. Reynolds, St. Paul, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. „„_.„ B. H. Staley. • SUGAR, Edna Sparring spent the week- 10 pounds ______ end with her parents at Thompson. ONION SETS, red, yellow. The C. L. Holdings visited °* — J —».".« o n.- next uesay eve The , < ongs vse a an we, s Mrs. Laura Lenz, Mason City, in- wji]j am Larson's at Britt Sunday. PALM OLIVE SOAP structor. Dinner will toe served at - : - . - . . • A FRIENDLY GREETING AT THE Beaufort Hotel, 112 3rd St. So Federal bldg., Mlnneapo- a day. Parkins Other time be£ore Boar( l members are E. L. week to attend the funeral of Mrs Mrs. Seylor had been in Lisbon the greater part of the last year, assisting in the care of her mother who was aged. Aid Plans Easter Bazaar— The Methodist Aid met last week Wednesday, Mrs. August Peterson Mrs. Jos. Hyler, and Mrs. Frank Looft entertaining. The society plans an Easter bazaar on April 8 Lunch in the afternoon, followec by a supper at night, will 'be served. H. S. Youth Has Operation— F.rancia McGregor is at home from the Estherville hospital where he recently underwent an appendicitis operation. He lives with Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Winter and clerks in the Winter drug store before and after school. Hatehery Up to Capacity— The Swea City hatchery fs running at full capacity. Owners and managers are Ray Smith and Martin .Dah'l. The current hatch is nearly all sold. Other Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Sweany drove SPECIALS Salad Fruits Everybody at the table can enjoy their favorite fruit without waste from these small cans of quality fruits in heavy syrup. Apricots peaches, Bartlett pears, strawberries, red raspberries and prunes Also the right quantity of fruit for gelatine dessert. 8-ounce can 5c Subject to Stock Economy Fruits Farmers should keep physical!! fit during planting season by eat ing lots of fruit. The economica way to 'buy fruit is in large nea gallon or No. 10 cans. APRICOTS, BLACKBERRIES, RED PITTED CHERRIES, PEACHES, sliced or halves, BARTLETT PEARS, Per can 39c EGG DYES, twoi dime pkgs. ROLLED OATS, 9 pound bag POWDERED SUGAR, Ib. bag SHRIMiP, tall can 15 c 15c 12c 19c lie lOc lOc at and white, 2 Jbs Z cakes CREAM TARTAR, 2 dime cans __ lie 15c he Charles Edwards home. Allan Poole, Coe college junior, as been awarded one of five ma- or basket ball letters. He played Orward. Mr/and Mrs. S. P. Eckholm re- ently drove to Minneapolis, where Mrs. Eckholm was to consult phy- icians. Alfred Barslou and" Lawrence •Naomi Hewitt, Ruthven teacher, pent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hewitt. The O. E. S. gave a benefit card and The William Thompsons , and Mrs. R. If. Sankey Dies April 3 'd at Bancroft Bancroft, Apr. 4—Funeral services will be held this week Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 for Mrs. R. H. Sankey, who died at her home Monday morning at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Sankey suffered a stroke ten days ago and had 'been bedfast since. She was born in Humboldt county January 19, 1872, and at 18 was married at Dakota City. Nine children survive: Wesley, Princeton, 111.; Mrs. N. M. Sherman, of Oraettinger; Kay, Irvington; Harry, Britt; Bert, Princeton; Leo, Algona; Mra. Milton Beitz, Bancroft; Delbert, Algona; and Hazel, at home. She had 25 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Carmeans Entertain Tlsltors— Geraldine Clark, Norma Elsworth, and 'Evans Carmean, Des Molnes, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Carmean and their daughter Georgia. Miss Clark and Georgia attended Drake university together. Evans, a student at the Des Molnes School of Pharmacy, is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Carmean. Mrs. Dorothy Rinhard, daughter Nancy, and Mrs. W. J. Patty, Clear Lake, spent Saturday at the Carmean home'. Bnptisls Open Special Meetings— A series of special meetings began Sunday at the (Baptist church and will continue till Easter. The Rev. George Seimans, Swea City, is doing the preaching this week, and the Rev. William Wesenauer, Curlew, is leading the music. Girl Has Serious Operation— Florence iLooft, 13, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Looft, was operated on for a mastoiditis at the Wohnke hospital last Thursday. Dr. J. A. Devine was assisted by Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer, Algona. Leg-Ion Auxiliary Meets Friday- Business, work, and radio meeting of the Legion Auxiliary was held Friday afternoon at Mrs Bridget Quinn's. Mrs. (B. J. Seeney assisted. Twenty-five members were present. Father Pick Loses Cousin— The Rev. Father Pick returned last Thursday from Arcadia, where he attended the 'funeral of a cousin Father Pick is assistant at St. John's Catholic church here. Kuiows Move to Town — The Fred Kuiows have moved into the house owned ;by Sheriff Dahlhauser. The Kuiows formerly lived east of town on the P. J. Nemmers farm. Nightwatch Is Laid Off— ids, arrived Friday to yisli hl» grandmother, Mrs. M. L. Schllta. He had visited his aunt, Mrs. J. <K Priester, at Whittemore a week .before coming here. Rose Besch, Whittemore, spent the week-end at the Albert SchiltB and L. J, Mousel homes. She taught the Mousel school 'here several years, and this year is teaching near Whittemore. .j Hubert Hood and Jos. Williams, Humboldt, spent Sunday here with. relatives. Mr. Hood owns an IGA store there, and Mr. Williams is employed in the store. Leone Schiltz, Des Molnes, Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schiltz. She recently completed a course in beauty cultura at Des Moines. Mrs. William Carolin and daughter Ella are moving into the house just east of the one they have had. Mrs. Carolin owns both places. Stephen Underkofler, Buffalo Center, spent last Thursday at Frank Recker'a. Mrs. Recker Is a daughter of Mr. Underkofler. Jessie Stebritz spent Sunday at Lone Rock with her mother, Mrs. E. M. Hawks. She owns a beauty parlor here. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Guide wer» , . . , »ii-. mm ivira. n. j. viuiae wero night was Jacob Wolf's dinner guests at the C. C. Smith, • . - . - . last night as nightwatchman for this season. Bancroft does not have a nightwatchman in summer. Other Bancroft News. •Margaret Hansen returned to New Sharon 'Sunday, after ten days with her pa'renits, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Hansen. She is home economics teacher in the high school at New Sharon. Her father took her as far as Mason City Sunday. . Jay Quinn left Monday morning for Emmetsburg to visit his aunt and uncle, Mr, and Mrs. Dan Burns, a few days before returning to his home at Arcadia. He visited his mother, Mrs. -Bridget Quinn, here. Sylvester Lattimer, Cedar Rap- home at Burt last week Wednesday evening. Harold Pohlman spent th« week-end at Melvin with his people. He is coach in the high school here. •Mr. and Mrs. Art Sprank, Lonel Rock, spent Saturday here with; friends. The William Goche family spent Friday at Algona with friends. Sheriff Carl Dahlhauser and ids family spent 'Sunday here. Mrs. H. J. Guide is sick; also Julia Quinn. ADDING MACHINE ROLLS AT THE ADVANCE JUST ARRIVED FOR EASTER Spring Hats There is a world of chic in these new hats of straw, fabric and crepe, and straw combinations. Smart colors and black. $1.95 Department S/oresi Special Easter Offerings! Gorgeous Spring Fashions At Our Celebrated Low Prices! Styles in NEW CRISP BLOUSES Lovelier than the price suggests — silk crepes and satins. They're smart and new and the correct style to wear with your new Easter suit. $1.OO Dresses Stunning Printed Jacket Models Smart fur-trimmed dressmaker suits. All so new for Easter — magnificent new frocks with cunning little jackets! Beautiful powder blue, gray or rose! Charming dressmaker suits with fur-trimmed sleeves! Splendid crepes . . . rough crepes gay spring prints, . . . tiny floral patterns or polka dots on navy on back - grounds. Smart ensembles — solid colors or prints! Remarkably low priced! TOMORROW Coats New Fur Bordered Detachable Capes! New fur bordered detachable capes! Distinctive styles! Flattering shades! Models with smart Parisian fashion details . . . richly furred sleeves . . . clever throws! Famous Gera or Wyandotte crepes—fashioned with intricate tuckings and stitching! Smartest colors f Easter — newi gray, dawn blue' or navy! Stunning Glener r y tweeds for sports or dress! Marvelous values! UNUSUAL Tremendous Bargains in Easter Apparel! Save] money! Get Your Spring Outfit Here! A splendid group of Dainty Lingerie —Slips >i^jl —Panties —Briefs *§^ptB —Bloomers Dance Sets * Rarely, if ever, have we been able to offer so worthy a group of Rayon silk garments at so low a price. CHILPBEN'S STOCKINGS 109 Ribbed hose of double carded yarns — medium weight, full seamless, that gives excellent service Colors camel, hon-. eybeige, Skirts Quality wool Flannels $1.98 They're smart and new with tucks and pleats. New high shades. 26 to 32 inch waist. EASTER STOCKINGS at purse pleasing prices. 59c to$l Lovely sheer chiffon silk hose—also heavier service weight— full-fashioned with picot tops. Approved Spring Shades. Deusan, Beige Suedette, Chukker, Ha- zebeige, gunmetal. SMART BAGS $1.00 A. new bag t complete y o u i Blaster ensemble. SMARTEST G10YE8 For-Spring Wear New gloves in leather or fab-* ric—the styles are very at> tractive this season. Priced, upward from 94c to $1

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