Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1933 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 20, 1933
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L nd now the Parrot lost for Words !!.. iThe cheap suit said last fall, "I'm just as leood as a Zender & Caldwell suit . . . and |l'm less costly." [some men believed and bought it. IWe're just wondering what that cheap gar- Iment is going to say to these same men this [Spring. [We are sticking to quality like glue . . . {Indeed, in all history, we haven't been able Jto find one bright spot where a trashy arti- s I cle or deed ever won a medal. Zender & Calijwell Suits 12.50 14.50 17.50 24.50 29.50 Zender & Caldwell Clothing and Shoes THANKFULNESS Spring is here, the birds are back, [Flowers and leaves will soon greet us. We have had no serious epidemic among the (children. So we are coming thru the toughest [winter of depression the United, States has [ever seen. People are feeling better, the cloud of [gloom has passed, and we are all looking I forward to better times. Neville's Shoe [store enjoyed the biggest Easter week we [ever had. Last week we sold more ladies' [slippers than we used to sell in a month. Those wonderful values we had at $1.98 I —then Patty Lee at $2.48 and Patricia Pat I at $2.98. They sure did the business. Now for a big buy in, children's slip| pers and oxfords, $4,000 worth of just children's slippers. A factory clean-up bought at prices that will make the little feet glad and be easy on mother's pocketbook. This shipment will be here in about a week, prices will be 79c, 98c'and $1.25, all sizes up to 3. With spring opening up and men and women finding employment everybody -is ! taking on a brighter aspect and once more our good old U. S. A. will be sitting on top i of the world. Franklin is doing things, and doing them fast. A closing thought and a very happy one is the fact that Dickinson, Gilchrist, ! and Patterson are so far in the minority that they can not do us much harm. We ! are going to pull thru and see better times in spite of them. About the only time these three birds ever vote yes in our favor is when they vote "yes" to adjourn. , Jimmie Neville "The Shoe Man" Algona, la. Why Are You Trying to Accumulate an Estate ? I There are only three reasons. The first, so that you and Imi y may en ^ oy tne pleasures and necessities of life now. M, so that you may be able to enjoy the 'pleasures of old f* n' so tllat i£ death should overtake you, you will leave ».,? y with en °ueh to pay your last expenses and continue they are living now. i ge an estate ha ve you accumulated? How long has tn i " ould your old age he as conrforta'ble as you would »« it? wnl your family ibe taken care of as well as Thl v ' l£ you sh °uld be taken away? ? re the Problems that are running through every v There is a way to overcome this problem. An» the I itl! Way ' If you "ve your o!4 age will he taken care of, wi, t uld ' be called away the family will be taken care i Len, a , wond er-tul thought this would be. lite J n i w you h °w these iprdblerns can he taken care of. I or 'formation—you are under no obligation. THE OLD LINE RAPIDS LIFE INSURANCE CO, CEDAE BAPIDS, IOWA KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA PAOBPIV1B OCALS rt ™° y N T, as ' born M °nday to Mr. Mrs. Hoy Sarohott, north of town. Mrs. visited her son week. The Jacob, Austin, Minn., Fred hero last Prfank Ellsworths spent at Frank Bah Evelyn Van Allen, Margaret MaJ- y, and Bora Keith., spent -last Thursday at Mason City. St. Cecelia's academy resumed clauses Tuesday morning, after a several days Easter vacation. 'Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Haggard got ionic Saturday from San Antonio, Tex., where they spent the winter. Mr. and Mrs. William Tiedo, and I- reel Tiede. Lu Verne, visited at the Louis Hints home on Good Fri- iay. The C. L. Harvey home is under quarantine, the (laughters Shirley Ann and Beverly, having scarlet fever. The G. W. Stillmans spent Sunday at Dallivcr, guests of G. W.'s parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Stillman. Bernico Stock, Eagle Grove teacher, spent the week-end with her parents, /Mr. and Mrs. A. Stock. H. The H. W. Edwards family spent Sunday at Swea City with the parents of .both Mr. and wards. Mrs. Ed- Vivian Stephenson, employed at the Dr. L. W. Fox home, spent the week-end mother. at Chicago with her Mrs. August Huenhold fell seriously sick 'Saturday night, and is under the doctor's care. 'She is improving. C. H. Beardsley, Spencer, spent the week-end here with his family. He is now with the Spencer gas company. .Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Streit spent Sunday at Enrmetsburg with the latter's parents, Mr. and !Mrs. Martin Coonan. Edgar Finnell spent Sunday at the homo of his father, I. M. Fin- noll. Edgar is attending the state college, Ames. Tyrrell Ingersoll, Cedar Rapids attorney, spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll. Margaret Oliver, nurse at the Scanlan sanitarium, spent Saturday and Sunday with her ^parents at Waseca, Minn. Louis, 10-year-old son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Neville, is sick with scarlet fever, and the home was quarantined Monday. Richard Coffin spent 'Saturday and Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Coffin. He is a state college, Ames, student. Mrs. Eugene drove to Rockford, 111., with friends Tuesday, and thence went to Chicago for a stay of a week or ten days. R. H. Miller, H. L .Gilmore, and F. L. McMahon attended a meeting of the County Bankers association at Burt Tuesday evening. Roy Christensen left Friday for Winfield, where he was sent 'by the company with which he is employed, to close out a store. The E. J. (Evans family, of Storm Lake, were Sunday guests at the home of E. J.'s brother, E. W. Evans, salesman at the Klassie gar- kosli, Wls., spent the week-end at Milwaukee. 'Lydia Meyer and Tom Frankl spent Sunday at Fenton, guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer. Lydia is employed at the Cummings store, and Tom at the Goedors store. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Brethorst, of Sexton, are parents of a 7V 2 -pound girl born at the General hospital last week Wednesday. Mrs. Brethorst Is the former Theresa Riley, daughter of Mike Riley. The Aaron Taylors, north of town, entertained Mr. Taylor's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Taylor, Sunday. The elder Mr. Taylor, who used to live here, now owns and operates a Spencer gas station. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Morgan were guests of the E. W. Cooks at Fort Dodge Tuesday. Mrs. Cook's father, G. P. Haynes, died that morning, and they were there to help with the funeral arrangements. Fred Frost, Des Moines, came last Thursday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. M. Frost, and sister, Mrs. F. L. Trlbon, till Monday, when Mrs. Tribon took him as far as Humholdt on the way back. Julia 'Bourne, department editor of Successful Farming, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne, near Lone Rock. She and Mrs. W. T. Peters, Burt, were Des Moines shoppers Monday and Tuesday. Beth Backus, Gertrude Kenefick, and Philomena and Madonna Quinn will spend ,the week-end with Eleanor Backus, who is attending Stephens college, Columbia, Mo. The girls will travel in the Backus car. Peggy Jane Wehler spent last week with -her father, R. E. Wehler, and her grandmother, Mrs. F. W. Wehler. Her father, grandmother, and aunt, Marie Wehler, took her 'back to her home at Omaha Sunday. age. Mrs. F. E. Kent entertained her bridge club Monday afternoon. Mrs. S. A. Worster won high score. Helen Dingley was a. gueat of the club. Mrs. W. H. Cunningham returned last week Wednesday from Des Moines, where she spent a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Smith. Katharine Kain, who teaches in the academy at Clare, visited from last week Wednesday till Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Kain. Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Webb, Baxter, went home Monday, after a few days with the W. G. McCulloughs. Mr. Webb is in the insurance business. Mr. and Mrs. James Watts spent Easter Sunday at Guthrie Center and Kanawha. At Guithrie 'Center they visited 'Mr. Watts' parents anc at Kanawha they spent part of the day with Mrs. Watts' brother and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. John Lamuth, their daughter Esther, their granddaughter, Catherine Bode, and L. C Puth were Sunday guests of the W. H. Rynos, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Ryno is a daughter oC Mr. and Mrs. Lamuth. Eva Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Peterson, came Saturday from Rockford, 111., for an Easter visit at home and with the A. E. Claytons, of Cresco township. She is still employed in a closed Rockford 'bank. Mesdames Charles Reaper, Frank Huldemian, and George Wessel returned Friday from visits 'With relatives at iLanark, nil., to which point they took Mrs. Reaper's un- she spent the winter with her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Bailey. Mr. Bailey, who at one time was casher of a Fenton bank, is now loan agent In southern Minnesota for Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Milwaukee. County Supt. and Mrs. William Shirley went to Minburn Saturday and spent Sunday at the home of the former's brother, W. 'S. Shirey, a farmer. Thirty-eight mem- >ers of the family gathered for a jirthday' surprise in the brother's lonor. Mr. and John Shirley accompanied the former's parents. Edward 'Lamuth was operated on at the General hospital last week Tuesday morning .for a ruptured appendix. Dr. W. D. Andrews per- ormed the operation. Freda Kyle, Britt, nurse, is caring for him. Edvard is the 16 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Lamuth, and is 'a reshman at' St. Cecelia's academy. The Easter festival was observed at the Trinity Evangelical iLuther- an church with special services. The holy communion was celebrated, a large number participating. Hie choir sang: "I Know That My Redeemer Lives." The altar was lecorated with Easter lilies and outflow-era. Many visitors attended. Margaret Haibeger and her roommate, Helen Radig, of Lotts Creek, spent Sunday at home. Both at;end the I. S. T. C., Cedar Falls. Margaret's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Habeger, took them back Sunday. Other I. S. T. C. students at home for Easter were Leona Smith, Esther Dearchs, Catherine Schultz, and Ellen Steussy. Lucille Malueg, who Is completing her second year as music tea3h- er in the Ayrshire schools, has been elected to teach the same subject next year at Nemaha, GO miles east of Sioux City. She was picked from many applicants and will receive higher compensation than at Ayrshire. Miss Malueg studied music at Morningside college. The Botsford Lum<ber Co. announces a paint demonstration next Tuesday and Wednesday. Manager Pool says the first six chairs or other small pieces of furniture ibrought to the office will be painted free. An advertisement in today's Advance announce* bargains and includes a coupon worth a can of enamel free with a 'brush sold at only lOc. Dr. IF. W. Logan, Blue Earth, his daughter Eunice, two Minneapolis girls, the Misses Porter and Schiefelbein, the Dr. L. D. Potters, Storm Lake, and the Dr. R. W. Heises, eft Emmetsburg, were Sunday guests at C. E Heise's. Doctor Logan's deceased wife was a daughter of the elder (Heises, Mrs. iL. D. Potter is their daughter, and Dr. R. W. Heise their son. Mrs. P. S. Norton, of Iowa City, her daughters Eleanor, also of Iowa City, and Mrs. A. C. Ferguson, Keokuk, and the latter's baby son John, went home Monday after visiting with the Mrs. S. A. Wors- ters and the M. G. Nortons since last Thursday. Eleanor Is attend- Dorothy Mnjignn Alpfonfnn's Bride Dorothy Mangan, former Algona girl, and Attorney Maurice C. were married Monday morning at 8 oclock at St. Cecelia's church here, the 'Rev. Father T. 3. Davern officiating. The bridal pair was attended by Prances Zender and 'Paul Hammill. Members of the immediate .families and friends were present. The (bride wore a dark blue suit with grey accessories, and the maid of 'honor wore a tan suit. After the ceremony a breakifast was served to the bridal party 'and Father Davern at the home of the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon. The table was cen- tored with a wedding cake and a bouquet of sweet peas. The newlyweds left after breakfast for St. Paul and Minneapolis, where they are spending a week's 'honeymoon. They will be at home, on their return, in the F. C. Zender tenant house on .south Harlan. The new Mrs. McMahon was graduated from the A/lgona High school in the class of 1929. Alter graduation she attended .the Hamilton business school at Mason City, and then for a time was employed in the Northwestern Bell Telephone office. She Is the daughter of Mrs. J. W. Mangan, Minneapolis. The family left Algona for Minneapolis last fall. Mr. McMahon was gradu'ated ifrom the Algona high school in 1922. He attended the state university at Iowa City five years, and later was graduated from the .law college of Creighton at Omaha. For the last three years he has 'been associated In the .practice of law with Sullivan, McMahon & Linnan. He -was elected county attorney last fall. Mrs. Mangan, her two sons Harry and John, Ruth McMahon, Oalva teacher, and Marlon McMahon, Ames senior, were 'the out-of-town relatives here for the wedding. cle, John Mcllhattin, who had spent a few weeks here. Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Clark, Omaha, and.daughter Geraldine accompanied Howard Kanouff home from Omaha last Thursday .for an over- Sunday visit with Howard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kanouff. Dr. Clark Is a dentist. G. S. Buchanan took Mrs. Buchanan back to MarshaWtown S'un- day to care for his mother, who suffered- a Ibroken hip in December and later had an attack of uremlc poisoning. Mrs. Buchanan had 'been at home ten days. S. J. Backus, Eugene Murtagh and R. B. Waller attended a Sigma Delta Chi journalistic fraternity dinner at Des Moines Tuesday night at which John S. Billings, national affairs editor of the magazine Time was speaker. W. C. ODewel went to Evanston, 111., last Thursday night, returning Sunday night. Mrs. iDewel has for some weeks been up and about, but is still taking x-ray treatments every other day. She expects to come home two weeks -from Saturday. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday April 19, 20, 21 Matinee Thursday, 2:30 p. m. MARIE DftESSLE Saturday, April 22 DouMe Feature Program MARIE DRESSIER POiLLY MOHAN POLLY MOftAN 1: 00 P. M., continuous show. JOHN WAYNE In "Haunted Gold" Devil Horse No. 5 Sunday, April 23 ing the state university, and Mrs. Norton and iEleanor make their home together. •Mrs. D. T. Nugent returned from Manchester Saturday, after two weeks there with her mother. While she -was at home a sister underwent a major operation at a Cedar Rapids hospital. Mrs. L. T. Weatherwax, Mr. of and Des Moines, and their daughter Ardyce Jean spent the week-end with the Nugents. Mrs. Weatherwax is a sister of Mrs. Nugent. •Dorothy Whitney, who teaches at Lakefield,/Minn., spent last week with her parents, Mr. and,Mrs. W. L. Whitney. Dorothy teaches Latin and English in the high school at Lakefield. She spent Friday at Eagle Grove, a guest of Bernice 'Stock and the latter accompanied Dorothy home that night for a week-end visit with her parents, •Mr. and Mrs. Bert Stock. Mr, and Mrs. Vernon Nelson, of Bancroft Girl Weds Algonian— Orvilla GHbertson, of Bancroft and Carlyle H. Becker were married a week ago Friday at the Methodist, parsonage, Iowa City The Rev. D. H. Henry officiated in the presence of the bridegroom's sister Helen and Thos. Murphy, o Bancroft. After the ceremony the ; newlyweds went to Cedar Rapids and thence to other ipoints in the state for a wedding trip. ; .Mrs. Becker, who is the daughter of Mrs. Kate Tyler, 'Bancroft, is a '. •graduate of the Bancroft high school, and for the past three years has been in the employ of the Bancroft Register. She will come to Algona next week, and the couple wMl then be at home on south Thorington street. Carlyle is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Becker. After graduation from high school here he attended .the state university at Iowa City two years, and he is now employed at the Elk dry-cleaning works. Jack Chrischllles 10; Forty- Jack, 10-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. ChrischilUes, observed a birthday anniversary Saturday by entertaining young friends at a theater >party, after which refreshments were served at the Chris- chilles home, the tatole centered ^KEYHOLE \ KAY FRANCI/ \GEORGE BRENT A treat for everyone! Paramount News. . On the stage— THE HAPPY HOBOES KEVUE V 12 people Red Wright's Radio Orchestra HOT! . Bennett Dance Team, direct from Kit Kat Olulb, Detroit. with a birthday cake which held ten lighted candles. Other table decorations were in keeping with Easter. The guests were Russell Buchanan, (Donald Johnson, Donald Smith, Robert Cooper, James Neville, Merle Pratt, Orville Bakfcen, and Jack's brothers Ted and Julian. Federation Meet Next Tuesday— The county Federation of Woman's cluibs will meet next Tuesday at the Lakota Presbyterian church. and pound girl born last week Tuesday morning at the General hospital. Phyllis Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Newborough, of Woden, had a fractured arm set at the xzzsKJSsxzfss. ss vr=,cTs,™;r™«, sued at the district court clerk's office last week. S. H. McNutt will again spray | fruit trees for persons who desire his services. He has an advertisement in today's Advance. It is time now for the first spray. Judge and Mrs. Quarton and their granddaughter, Mary 'Lee Nugent, returned Monday from a visit since Friday at Cedar Rapids with the S. D. Quartons. Mrs. L. J. Malueg and her dau.gh- ter Lucille spent .Saturday and Sunday at Chicago, guests of a cousin of 'Mrs. Malueg. Mrs. Malueg was horn at Chicago, Mrs. James Biggins, Fort Dodge, and her granddaughter, Mary Catherine Cain, came Friday for several days with Mary 1 father, M. 'B. Cain, Milwaukee railway postal clerk. Mrs Tribon announces another of her locally famous bargain sales. This will be a rummage sale this week Friday and Saturday in the Christensen store basement. Dr. and Mrs. Clyde Ohitty, Correctionville, brought the latter s mother, Mrs. A. D. Bradley, home Sunday. As' usual,. Mrs -Bradley had spent the winter with them. The George B, Smith family, Alden, spent Sunday with the H. N. Kruses Mrs. Smith is a slater of Mr Kruse, and their mother has Uved wUh the Kruse 9 this winter. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Falk, Titonka, and their -two daughters, spent Sunday with Mrs. Falls'* parents, Mr and Mrs. Matt Oeterhauer. Mr. Falk operates a garage at Titonka. Harold Pommer, Wesley, was operated on (Saturday for appendicitis at the Kossuth hospital. Bernice Richard, Algona, entered the hospital Tuesday for medical treat- i»i'.' and Mrs. Ralph Lamuth, of Farihault, Minn., spent Sunday w h the-former's parents, Mr. and Mis. Matt "amuth Ralph is manager 5 the Swl« & Co. plant at F«ri- m „ Overmyer, MarshaUtown, and his son Dwight spent Tuesday it at J. F. Overmyer's. W. W. ermyer, who is J. F.'s brother, is traveling salesman for a map :'. J: Hodges returned Sun- Wallace, who is and Mrs. Evans, is superintendent of carriers for the Des Moines Register & Tribune ter n«ht at short visit with ^ee. H.er, daugh- who teaches at Oab- Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Evans and hog , pital Monday.- A. L. Schwing, their daughter Kathtteen spentjjun-1 Peorlai m., was dismissed from the hospital last week Tuesday following an appendicitis operation. Mrs. Edythe Dailey has rented the Mrs. Susie Engler tenant house on west State and will take possession May 1. She has been living in a T. P. Harrington tenant house on Kennedy street. The N. J. Browns, who are living in the Engler house, are moving to Austin, Minn. They have been here since December 1. Mr. Brown buys cattle for the Hormel Meat Co. at Tom J. White, of Jefferson, was here Tuesday with a group of Democratic politicians who conferred with C. B. Murtagh. It is getting to be a long time since Mr. White published the Whittemore Champion. He now operates a job printing shop. Dist. Supt. Muhleman and the . Rev. C. V. Hulse attended a Methodist hospital board meeting at Sioux City Monday. Ruth Hulse, who had spent an Easter vacation here returned to Morningside college with them. She will he graduated this year. Caspar Kohlhaas, 84, Sherman township, father of Frank and P. J. Kohlhaas, underwent . a prostate operation at Iowa City Saturday and is reported doing well. The new electric treatment which avoids opening an orifice in the lower abdomen was used. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Skow, of Des Austin. Mrs. Geo. G. Cole, of Cooper, and her daughter Eleanor, came Friday to spend Easter with the former's mother, Mrs. I. G. Dewel, who makes her home at B. A. Thorpe's. Mrs. Thorpe is a sister of Mrs. Cole. The Coles operate a prosperous general store in a small .town near Jefferson. Mr. Cole formerly operated what is now the Kohlhaas & Spillis hardware store here. The H. H. Wilsons, who have (lived here five years, plan to leave Algona for Wichita, Kans., sometime next week. During his stay here, Mr. WWson has represented the Letts-Spencer-Smith wholesale '1VJ.1 « «*iHi* *•*» «••••-—-— • , Moines, their daughter Helen, ana ^ Mrs Skew's sister Dorothy went i groce ry house at Mason City in home Monday, after having spent Easter with Mrs. Skew's and Dorothy's mother, Mrs. Kate Turner. Dorothy is manager of a Jane Gray dress shop at Des Moines. * Mrs. Victor Young, Rockwell City and son Teddy went home last Thursday after visiting several Bays with Mrs. Young's sis- Mrs. Harry McCorkle and Hiram White. Mr Young, wuu is a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Yo"mg is a Standard Oil auditor Glen Turner, of Fort ters, Mrs. Mrs. . Dodge, went home Tuesday after spending a week with her mother- ta-law, Mrs. Kate Turner. Glenn i" employed as lineman for the Western Union company, mi » month ago they were stationed at Mankato Minn., but Mr. Turner is now in Kansas City. The recent death of James <Edmundson. Des Moines philanthropist reminded many Algonians of the late (Lewis H. Smith. The two men were great frienda. having served together in one capacity or another in the legislature. Mr, Edmundson was nearly the same age, being past 94 at death. Mrs. Ida Minkler returned Saturday from Marshall, Minn., where this territory, hut now he will travel in five states for the Rob- ibins Razor Blade Co., Minneapolis. Mrs. Wilson la advertising some of the household goods for sale. Mr. and Mrs. (Louis *Hull and their 8-months-old daughter Maxine stopped briefly here Sunday. Mr. Hull, who was formerly a lino- typist in the Advance office, is now co-publisher with his toother of the Waverly Journal, started a year ago. The "Hulls were en route home from North Dakota, where they had been called he- cause of the serious illness of Mr. •Hull's mother, who has cancer of Vie liver. Mr. and Mrs. John Bieser, " son James, and Mrs. Bieser's niece, Eleanor Payne, drove to (Harpers Ferry Sunday for ,a visit with Mrs. Bieser's father, Nick Barbaras, and sister Bernadette. Mrs. Bieser and James remained for a few weeks, Mr. Bieser, Eleanor, and the latter's sister Alice,, who had been there a month, returning Monday. The other Bieser son, Bobby, is With his aunt, Mrs. W. J. Payne, and big grandfather, Jos. Bieser, during his mother's absence, Mr. Barbaras recently lost his and •the W. C. T. U., Swea City, will be hostesses. There will be a pro- 'gram and a covered-dish luncheon. Officers will ibe elected. Party Honors Keokulc "Visitor— Mrs. M. G. Norton and Mrs. S. A. Worster entertained in honor of Mra. A. C. Ferguson, TKeokuk, and Eleanor Norton. Towa City, Saturday night. Bridge -was -played at four talbles, Mrs. L. C. Nugent winning the high score. Mrs. Ferguson and Eleanor received guest prizes. Prod Jacobs Has Birthday— Fred Jacob was taken by surprise on his 37th birthday last Thursday evening, when 40 relatives and friends from Fenton, Algona, Whittemore, and .Lotts Creek, gathered at his home to help him celehrate. The evening was spent at games and visiting Other Society. The St. Thomas Guild will meet Thursday, April 27, with Mrs. Arthur Benschoter. Kruse PJnns More. H. N. Kruse will move his insurance office from its present quarters above the Iowa State bank to two rooms over the BeMmer confectionery shop May 1. BEER By the Case or doz. Bottles Order your's Now SMOKE SHOP We Deliver Blue Diamond Quartet. •Lee Bennett, blues singer. Harry Martin, comedy as yott like it. Baby Boots, 4-year-old radio etat; 8 BIG ACTS OF VAUDEVIIilJH Matinee at 1 p. m., every two •hours. NO ADVANCE- IN PRICE Monday and Tuesday, April 24-25 "Around the Clock With Fashions" ONE BIG TRIPLE BIUL! MUSEUM TECHNICOLOR Complete change in stage show. The biggest bill ever offered lor your entertainment. No advance In .prlee.- Matinee Tuesday 2:30 p. m. Drive 50 miles, you won't regret it. Style show each night. April 26.37-28 The strangest story ever ,con- Thp thine vnu'vp hppn waiting ceived hy main!—Out-leaping the The thing youve been waiting maddest ima g inings! out-thrilling for—a style show. The smartest t ne W n<iest thrills! thing in spring apparel from the KING KONG house of ChrischiJles & Herbst. ___________^___^_^^__ Modeled toy beautiful local girls Ask for coupons in baby contest on the stage. —50 yotes with every adult ticket. "Here Tis Folks" We are making a big spread on Mojud Pull-Pashioned pure silk hose. If you are having stocking trouble try a pair of Mojuds and your worries will be over'. Mojud Lot No. 315, is the stocking that's supposed to sell for 79c, two pair for $1.50, but our price is, pair ______ _ Mojud Lot No. 216 is supposed to retail for $1.00, at Neville's you get them for, pair Just got 200 dozen anklets, regular 25c values, choice, pair lOc NEVILLE'S TOGGERY IN DAD'S,OLD STAND ALGONA •\ 'I I I flasket April 20 to 22 Instant Postum 1__4 oz. size 28c, « oz. size 37c Post Toasties —, ' 2 pkgs. 19c Milk, tall can Baked Beans, Ib. cau Catsup, small bottle Corn Starch, 1 Ib. box Corn, 303 can Scouring Cleanser Toilet Paper, roll 5c EACH Black Walnut Meats __________________ 1-2 Ib, Fancy Cookies, Ib. _______________ ____t _____ . Johnson's Floor Wax, paste, liquid, or 61o-Coat_57c Gold Dust, large pkg, I

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