Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1933 · Page 7
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OF CAPITAL i Hope, my 9 J A Brother- line at the Good Hope ! t week Wednesday night fsuecess. Aside from the reatlons and refreshments inbuilt around the moving ' » the district superln- i th« ttev W. G. Muhleman's *i ^Washington delight- Lin who saw them and heard r" to connection. The re£ ommlttee was William r Nathan Parr, and Homer Consideration of the leas' 0( continuing the meetings Lh the summer resulted In a Itttte affirmative. The next imr will be Tuesday, June 6. en of the community are wel- regardless of religious be•no admission fee, no memiber- Ito A 10c offering (If you I it)'is'asked to cover refresh- Come out and forget at _, etc. Itroubles. , Niece Who is Sick- William Treptow was 'Sunday for. <a few hours at Ldslde of a niece, Mrs. George ter who is critically ill of " .'with which she has 'been _ ln J for many months. Mrs. lister was under treatment at City, and when it was found »ld get no further help there, •res undertook to take her to fcome at Waseca, Minn., 'but iditlon made completion of ,p impossible, and she was ,„ (he home of her parents, Mr. Mrs. Jos. Madden, Haifa. r Honors Eft-Good Hoper— Iner was served at James I's Sunday in honor of the Jay of-Mrs. C. B. Mitchell, Knoll's mother. Others there les the Mitchells were the Ben- •Mltchells, Buffalo Center, and nfllllam Schrams, Tltonka. The fof honor narrowly escaped ies which might have kept her I, when she fell part way •Blairs at her Armstrong home (morning, She suffered painful les, but was able to get about, i with difficulty. irt Birthday Celebrated— i round of pastoral calls kDlst. Supt. Muhlemann and riter made last week Wednes- e dropped in on the Dlst. No. wl at recess time and found ill-Hedged birthday surprise \ In progress. The patrons had ed in honor of 'the annivers- . the teacher, Mrs. Genrlch," la, who is highly esteemed hy [parents and scholars. Efforts lelng made to retain her ser} next year. serre Mother's Day— Sunday, Mother's day, will Henred at the Whlttemore and I Hope Methodist churches. |al features will he provided. icrament of baptism will be I to Infants and adults, and ors of the church opened for |tion ot members. A special itlon is extended to any of our Juinlcants not in the habit of tipping with us regularly. |to Keet Together— - Whlttemore Aid is to be en- - • , Vesta and .her son Hugh to Thoir home at Ames Sunday? e " Francfle Dye, Mason City s Saturday and Sunday Vitli her ter, Mrs. Edythe Dalley. Mr. and Mrs. B. c. spent the week-end at Om.th the latter's sister, Mrs. <R. j. No ™'". , 'ft. Peter, Minn., flundky nlghUo visit his parents, returning T Ues ° day. "i^&'^osPoak tonight ;•-"•••' «u vv OIJUclK. before the Burt P. T. A. His sumpor Son? hl <* "8Ht. on Iowa confer- On and Mrs. C. D. iSchaap will spend Sunday at Sheldon with the Doctor's parents, Mr. and Mrs C C. Sehaap. Mrs. P. E. Kent'and her son Fred with Mrs. Kent's mother, M^s.'jBn'z- abeth Graham. Lillian Nordstrom returned recently from Fairfleld. where she spent a month or two with a sister of her mother. Mrs. Karl Skog, Estherville spent Sunday with Mrs. Nellie Van Allen She used to clerk at the .hrlstensen store. Mrs. William Hauck and Mrs. Arthur Ernest, both of Humboldt were at the Russell Hodges home last week Tuesday. Mrs. C. B. Nasby, Omaha, went lome Sunday, after a visit since Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. James. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith spent Sunday at Charles City, guests of ;he Maurice Cullens. Mrs. Smith s a sister of Mrs. Cullen. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Montgom- sry, Akron, came Saturday to visit he latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs M. J. Jones, till Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Erickson, of Minneapolis, will go home some- ime this week, after two weeks at - F.'s brother O. W. Erickson's. Julia Bourne, of the Meredith rtiblishing Co., Des Moines, is hav- ng a vacation which she is spend- ng with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.'J. Bourne. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Shumway went to Havelock Sunday, and re- urned that night with their son David, who had spent several days with Mrs. Shumway's mother. Kate Skinner, who retires as Lu ''erne schools superintendent at he end of this school year, has ac- epted election as English teacher In the Fort Dodge high school. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Momyer and their daughter, Mrs. E. W. Colt spent Friday and Saturday at Des Moines, guests of relatives. C. A. Is telling of a big dry parade he saw there. Mr. and Mrs. George Mahoney entertained Mrs. Mahoney's cousin, Charles Ziemer, his wife, and a Mrs. Johnson, neighbor of the Zie- mers, afll of Estherville, Friday afternoon. The Rev W. G. Muhleman showed his Washington moving pictures at Monday's Rotary noon luncheon. J. L. Bonar spoke on the money question before the Klwanis club last Thursday. Margaret Lease will be graduated from the Spirit (Lake high school next week 'Friday. She was a high school pupil here three years be- Meyers, Marshalltown. The still D " Strom has , oil burner to his lino rtly have one the Hot- Forbes suffered (bruises, but. was aJble to continue his work. and o b ™ ° ' b "™ers are becoming the popular thing for furnaces, and the down to nnr- Swan Anderson and and Mrs. G. E. Overgard Willmar, Minn., B p cn t the week end with the D. L. McDonalds, Burt. The nn ,' A ' Peters spent Sunday with Mr. and •.ers.r.Peters is district manager for the National Ammonia company, St. Louis, and Mr. Saunders Is with Kennedy & Parsons here. News has reached Algona that the Rev. W. «. Lease's father died two weeks ago at their home at bpirlt 'Lake. Funeral services were Held there a week ago Saturday He was past 80. Burial was probably made at the old family home. Ralph EVbert and Fire Chief Oscar Anderson answered a call to the Qilmore farm, two miles south at Hobarton, Friday, where a small hole was burned In the roof of the house near the chimney. A few clothes were burned, but the damage was not great. The Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner and the .Rev. and Mrs. L. G. Richmann, Burt, and their daughter were supper guests of the Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Stahmer, Cylinder, Fri- Fan-i, £ , Seymour went to Blue Earth Friday for a week of look- ng after business interests. She returned a few weeks ago .from California where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Ruth Johnson, San Diego, and a .brother, a Mr. Underwood, Los Angeles. She was at the Underwood home during the earthquake. Mrs. Seymour lives at Dr. F. L. Tribon's. 'Dr. R. j. iLalrd, Des Moines, state Legion adjutant, visited briefly last week Wednesday with his mother, Mrs Ella Laird, while he was en route from Fort Dodge to Mason uty. He attended an eighth district Joint Legion-Auxiliary meeting at Fort Dodge last week Tuesday. Doctor and Mrs. Laird, with their daughter Linda, are expected here for a several day visit late in the month. iMrs. Julia Anderson, Mrs. Florence Motley, and Mrs. Edna Mere- tilth, Union Grove, Wis., arrived last Thursday to visit T. H. Wads- worths. Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Motley are sisters of Mrs. Wadsworth, and Mrs. Meredith a niece. Mrs. Wadsworth has for some time been critically sick with a complication of diseases . Mrs. Meredith went home Monday, the others remaining. Bloom's Store Is announcing a removal rummage sale in this week's Advance. The store will be moved. May 20 from its present location to the building next east of the Elite millinery shop. Announcement of a new line of merchandise will be made soon. Nick Maharas, who has moved out of the quarters the store will occupy. Is now In a Galbraith estate building across the street from the E>lks Cleaners. R. H. iPorter, Ames plant pathologist, was In the county last PAGE SEVEN ritibicmuj C JrVIU IH LU 'DC CJl~ *ju«*v/tr* i/t*±iit nt^i c 1*111 cv; y \ _~J by the Good Hope society ! f°re the family moved to Spirit •week Thursday at the Good j Lake last fall. "i parsonage. An address by I ' Dr . and Mrs. John Kenefick went Former Algona Girl Honored— The leading society story in the Glendale, Calif., daily News-Press of Wednesday, April 26, covered the crowning the night before in a formal installation . ceremony at the Masonic temple of Mrs. Orma Vesper Naudain as .Royal Matron of Ionic Court, Order of Maranth. Mrs. Naudain's husband, Earl R. Naudain, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Naudain, Algona, served as honor marshal and had the privilege of placing the crown on the new Royal Matron's head. Mrs. Naudain is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Vesper, former Algonians who live at Glendale. The News-Press devoted a half column to the event. The names of many ceremonial officers and of elective and appointive officers who were installed appeared in the story. A number of Grand Lodge officials were in attendance, also some 40 past matrons and past patrons. Gifts were presented to the new Royal Matron. Following the ceremony, 200 members and guests took part in a dinner-dance at the Hotel Glendale. Group Attends Federation Meet— Mrs. iLura Sanders, Mrs. A. E. Michel, Mrs. Abner Long, Ella Thompson, Margaret Durant, Mrs. V. H. Coffin, and Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whittemore, attended a state federated club convention at Mason City last week Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Doris Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abner Long and senior at Grinnell college this year, was on the program Tuesday to read introductions before two short plays given by Grinnell students. Surprise for Mrs. Juliana Volt— Mrs. M. T. McGuire entertained at a surprise party for her mother, Mrs. Juliana Volt, last week Wednesday night, the occasion being the latter's birthday anniversary. Cards were played. Other guests were Mesdames E. J. McEvoy, John McGuire, Walter Lichter, Matt Selzer, W. A. Barry, and Catherine O'Brien, the latter's daughter Lucille, and Eileen O'Brien, iMona Dunn, and Mary Biggins. D. A. K. Officers Are Named— The D. A. R. met Tuesday at Mrs. George H. iFree's, Mesdames Al Falkenhadner, D. P. Smith, Henry Tjaden, and Eugene Murtagh assisting. After lunch roll call was answered with current events. Mrs. Chas. W. (Patterson, Burt, read a paper on modern poetry. Officers were elected: Mrs. Free, regent; Mrs. W. L. Whitney, vice-regent; Mrs. Jos. Cosgrove, secretary; Mrs. Smith, treasurer; Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks, registrar; Ella Thompson, recording secretary. Powells Entertain Bridge Club— Mr. and Mrs. Fred .Powell entertained their bridge club Tuesday evening. Dinner was served at 6:30 to 18 persons, the table being decorated with snap dragons. Each guest received a carnation and a L. Taylor while there. Both ex- Merle Wellendorf, Elizabeth and j won by Mr. and Mrs, Bert Cronan; Louis Lenz family. —„„. near Swea City. Northern grown ,. "^«* un-co. v^ioj'. uNuri/nern grown Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hodges are seed runs out here after three or parents of a 7 3-4 Ib. girl, born four years, and the object of these bunday at the Kossuth hospital, the experimental plots is to find the tirst child. Mrs. Hodges was for- cause and remedy it. The Thor- merly Grace Hauck, Humboldt, and sons and Mr. McWhorter raises 25 ^ S ^!!l?, y l d .^. the ^. the L^ o r ri - to * 5 acres of 'P° tat °<* every year. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Bushnell, of Birmingham, Ala., and their son been named Marlene Adelle. „, , „, _ ~........(jii^m, jiia., aaiu Lllbir son Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meyers, Al- James Joseph, will leave home two gona, became parents of their sec- weeks .from tomorrow for an over- ond child at the General hospital Memorial day visit with Archie's Friday. The newcomer is a 7%-lb. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jos boy. They also have a year-old W. Wadsworth. They will also girl. Mrs. C. L. Phelps, Titonka, make a visit at Mrs. Bushnel'l's old and Alice Kluss, Fenton, were op- home town, Marshalltown. Archie crated on Tuesday for removal of owns and operates oil stations In f "nsils. . the south. The Bushnells haven't An auto load of Alogan young been here 'hefore since the Diamond people went to Des Moines Satur- , Juhilee. lay to visit the /M. M. Morrows: Mr. and Mrs. A.'Hutchison and Emory and Alberta Grosenbach, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Walker leave Dolph Miller, Mary Elizabeth Fos- today for a week's vacation. At :er, Gertrude Long, and Bernice Cedar 'Rapids Mr. and Mrs. Hutchi- Dearchs. They traveled in the son will visit at their son Donald's, 3rosenbach car and came home and the Walkers will visit their Sunday afternoon, daughter, Mrs. Frances Messenger. Justice Danson got home Sunday Tne Hutchisons will also visit the :rom Fogf Des Moines, where he , Theo Hutchisons at Iowa City, and had been since Friday, attendine a lrt Chicago will visit their daugh- meeting of army reserve officers. ters Mrs - c - Q- Drummond and Dor- He went down Friday with Supt. othy> while the Walkers will visit Swanson and County Attorney Neil- their son Philip, an accountant, son, both of Humfooldt. Nearly 376 A Baptist young people's rally •eserve officers attended, and all was held at Webster City Friday, wore army uniforms. , Saturday and Sunday, and an Alwi ^ u,t my U1111U1 ma. ^juuuiuajr dim OUIlU&y, tillU an Al- Mrs. S. E. McMahon and Mrs. C. S°na group had charge of devotions i 1 . Chubb went to Sioux City Tues- Saturday morning. Jack 'Reed was day to attend a state P. E. O. con- elected association treasurer. Other vention, Mrs. McMahon is presi- Algonians who attended were the dent of the local chapter. Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. A. S. Hueser, Ma'bel Chubb was to be guest of Mrs. Guy and Eunice Bowman, Helen Hueser, Gabriel, .L. G. Willson, and Hllma Ostrum. Dances at Fair Grounds— The county fair will sponsor dances at Floral hall every Friday evening all summer. The first dance of the season was held Friday night, and a good-sized crowd attended in spite of had weather. Tomorrow evening "Red" Wilson and his orchestra will play. Benefit Bridge Party Planned— The 0. E. ,S. will give a benefit bridge party at the Masonic temple next week Wednesday afternoon at 2:30. iBoth contract and auction bridge will be played. Mrs. L. G. Baker is chairman. Other Society. Mfesdames M. J. Streit, G. D. Shumway, F. C. Scanlan, and H. M. Smith entertained at luncheon and bridge Saturday. The high scores were won by Mrs. L. C. Nugent, Mrs. .R. H. Miller, and Mrs. Forrest Twogood. 'The Child's Study club meets next Tuesday with Mrs. R. J. Keen. Mrs. Paul Kriethe, Burt, will be in charge of the lesson, on what home should mean to the child. There will be election of officers, i The Baptist Loyal class meets to- iday with Mrs. Orville Elkins; Mesdames W. H. Horan and Cora Cowman, assisting. City and County u. iwj-^ul WU11G 1*11C1 C. UDULU CA- A.XM..H »T v-i l V*41U UL L, J^ll^ttUC LII . O.11U j " —-- Mrf ~.~» . u«.u *•«* .>. *u(^i H \jl\Jllall, _., , — pect to return Saturday. The con- Minerva Coleman, and Delia Moe. low for women by Mrs. Nettie Pal- I^E. Clifton, Hurt, and other j *° '°es Moines yesterday for a few vention opened Tuesday and ends The local young folks gave reports . . , r, an oer atlonal and entertaining fea- j days, and the doctor will attend a are Incorporated in a pro-' state medical meeting. The baby which promises to be worth son Michael is at Eagle Grove with I Other Good Hope. u C. L. Dittmers had a visit r from Mr. Dittmer's only Mrs. Mary Von Berg, Albert '!' d ^ u s ht er, Mrs. Gene Hick- the .latter's dinner was and other guests were Mr. Hrs. Ed w . Dittmer and the Knee and Leonard Dittmers. IT, w [ ite >"s search for news •i inquiry was made of a ~an of the neighborhood 1 there was anything in I St. Paul, and I" 6 '- A family his grandparents. C. R. Harris, manager of the Bicycle shop, and his wife became parents of a 7-lb. girl Monday. This was the first child. The Harrises have rooms over the shop in the Heinsohn building. Allan iMcBroom, Spokane, Wash., spent last week 1 with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. iBishop, and the Bishops took him to Grundy Center Sunday. He had been at Chicago, attending college. Principal Otto B. Laing, his wife, and the children, David and Edwin, spent Sunday with a sister of today. at the church here Sunday night. . Misunderstanding a telephone Jessie Smith, bookkeeper for the ' ' ' ~ ~ "**" *•"•" " wi*.*^** uj j«ti a, J^cn-JC IT at mer; low for men -by H. M. Vinson. Mrs. Laura Paine Honored— • -....^3 » vu>u£,i*ua*M w ^OUA^i ^7^11 A VII- UIJUIYIYCCJJC1 i\J I Llltj conversation, last week's Advance, Algona Ice Cream & Candy factory Mrs> ' L- G - Baker entertained her reporting north central Iowa veter- left last week Wednesday for j bri<J Se foursome at dinner • last inarians' convention at Fort Dodge Washington, D. C., for a month week Wednesday night in honor of spoke of Dr. J. O. F. Price as pres- with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stehle. Mrs ' Laura Paine, who leaves this ident. Instead Dr. L. W. Fox Is Mrs. Stehle is the former Etta i week " end *°T California. After din- president. Doctor Fox could not Ellison, Lone Rock, and she and ner the women played bridge. Oth- attend an afternoon session, and a Miss Smith formerly worked to- er members of the foursome are Mrs. G. A. Knudsen, Lansing, Mich., arrived Friday to visit her sisters, Mrs. M. P. Christiansen and Mrs. T. «. Holmes Jr. Mrs. Holmes has been sick five weeks with inflammatory rheumatism, -but is now greatly improved. Mrs. Christiansen, Mrs. Floyd Saunders, and Mrs'. Virgil Johnson, Estherville, will take Mrs. Knudsen home this weekend or early next week, and the local women will be away six days. Mrs. Knudsen is the former Helen Strom. W. P. Hemphill received word Monday of the death of his mother, Mrs. W. H. Hemphill, Los Angeles. Her passing followed a stroke Saturday. Two brothers and a sister live at Los Angeles. Mr. Hemphill could not go for the funeral. His father survives. The elder Mrs. Hemphill was 76, and the couple moved to Los Angeles more than ten years ago, since which time their son has not seen them. The old Hemphill home was at Kansas City. Academy Juniors to Banquet Seniors The annual high school junior- senior banquet will take place in the gymnasium Saturday evening. Plates will be laid for nearly 175, including teachers and school board members. The [Presbyterian women will serve. St. Cecelia's Academy junior-senior banquet will take place next Tuesday evening in the academy gymuasium. Dinner; will he served to 29 seniors, tha' Sisters, Arthur Nordstrom, County Auditor and Mrs. B. J. Butler, and Father Davern. The Catholic women will serve. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday—May 10-11-12 NOW * NEW am, GREATER GLORY i,, Talking Pictures H AY€ S S&UGABL6 Saturday, May 13. C. S. Johnson Hardware Groceries Meats— l- ._»... —.. v . ,» u » vw * *. i,^ VVIM*U *iuu .l^mkJUii, J^uiiv; J.VVJV^I\ f dlJU OiiC CtllU attend an afternoon session, and a Miss Smith formerly worked to- paper he had prepared was read by gether for the factory. During Jes- someone else. sie's absence Elva Ewoldt, Lone •• «*Gic was anytning in wji| i opcut ounuuy witu a aiotci u^ « her house, and quick as a Mrs - Latng at Des Moines. The I LcuH6 thfi rSTllv **Voc! V\j-\tV» ^ *»!*»•»« 1I«« t« fV*/* Hff»ic< Tlffin»rtTi """"' in the garage all da; >n of Mr. and Mrs. Free most painful ex he last week with . f . — " fi is much improv- '. though still confined to the »'Rutledges, Mrs. Wll- and the latter's dau i north W ! re at T - E - WICK'• northeast of Irvington, Sun- are 1EAM TO OPEN HERE SUNDAY ball team will pli diamond next for Algona, » /air 'aga Ke etchin ^ I »' • been yar ' s founds diamt)nd ^ the . The home hot e posst- t0 Sit ln tW Laings live in the Mrs. Myron Schenck house on east Lucas. Mrs. Samuel Bateman, daughter Olive, and Ruth Fielder, all of Webster City, came Monday for a week with the A. A. Sterlings. Mrs. Bateman is Mrs. Sterling's mother; Ruth a.niece of Mrs. Sterling. The Episcopal church has been repainted, and gates have been set up at the porch ends to keep out children at play. Members of the church have been doing the work. No interior work has .been done. •A district Methodist W. H. M. S. meeting was held at Estherville Tuesday, and the following Algon- ians attended: Mesdames Wm. C. Steele, W. A. Dutton, Anton Anderson, Lewis Link, and L. J. Malueg. At a Woodman state convention at 'Des Moines last Thursday August Strom, Algona, deputy in this territory, was elected one of 16 delegates from Iowa to a head Woodman camp at Detroit June 6. j The G. W. Stillmans spent Fri-1 day night with an aunt of G. W. at Iowa Falls, and Saturday and Sunday they visited Or. and Mrs. M. G. Mrs. Elizaibeth Vincent, mother Rock, Is in charge, and will (be em- of E. !L., entered the Kossuth hos- ployed all summer. Miss Ewoldt, pltal Friday for medical treatment, who was recently graduated from a S. iR. Merriam, southeast of Al- Mankato.business college, was em- gona, Is a patient for medical treat- ployed at the factory in the same ment. Betty Schock, 4, had her capacity last summer. Mr. Stehle, tonsils removed at the hospital Frl- who is the son of Barber and Mrs. day. Erma Eisenbarth, St. Bene- S. J. Stehle, is in the U. S. navy diet, underwent an operation for band at Washington, appendicitis Tuesday. .Little in the improvement line Jack: ^immermann, of Cherokee, win be done at Rivervlew cemetery spent last week Monday and Tues- this season. A low spot on the day with W. J. Payne, Des Moines east end Tvas filled in last year, and Register & Tribune circulation this has now been seeded down, manager in this territory. Mr. Zim-' The new east half of the cemetery mermann will work under Mr. is pretty generally regarded as bet- Payne in Cherokee, and was here ter than the west half. Loyd Steh- to get Instructions. He is a cousin bins is again sexton, and Albert of H. M. Smith, and was a 'guest of Ogren is supervisor. R. A. Palmer the Smiths while here. is president of the cemetery associ- Kermit Forbes, who was paint- ation; W. E. Laird, vice president; ing at the creamery .Saturday, was 1 M. JP. Weaver, secretary; J. L. Bo- caught by the handle on a churn, nar, C. E. Chubb, M. G. Norton, and was tossed up and over the trustees. Mr. Weaver is trying to churn against the wall. The handle get the Northwestern and the Mil- of.the churn caught a jacket he waukee to join in building new was wearing. A creamery employe fences along the east end and the nearby turned off the power, north side. Mrs. K. D. James and .Mrs. E. C. Dickinson. Mrs. Payne received a guest prize, Dinners Honor Two Birthdays— Mrs. B. A. Thorpe and Mrs. S. A. Worster entertained their Birthday club Friday -at luncheon In honor of Mrs. D. D. Paxson's birthday anniversary and Mrs. F. F. Barker, Des Moines. Mrs. Keen entertained the same club Saturday night in honor of Mrs. Worster's birthday. Mrs. MlnHer's Birthday Observed— . Mrs. H. B, Htrttihins entertained in honor of her mother, Mrs. Ida Minkler's Wrt'haay anniversary Tuesday. The afternoon was spent at visiting. Guests -were Mesdames Nellie McMahon, C. H. Taylor, B. G. Richardson, M. "J. "Young, Flora TIRE SA'LE— GAMBLE'S .LOW tire prices Increased their tire sales during first 2 -months of 1933 Hi-Shine Wall Enamel, gallon can ^•gal., $1.10; qua'ritsTaJte. Use Gilt Edge Water Paint- over old wall paper or bare walls, fine for sponge worik. All popular colors, now 5 Ib. pkg. soc Lawn mowers, ball bearing, 5££ .up Clothes Baskets «3c up lOc cans Point In Popular Colors Fish Poles, 16 ft., only 10c Level winding Reels, only .__$1.29 Milk Palls, 12-o.t. size, 3 for ___92c Wire Coat Hangers, 12 for 15c Rubber Stair Treads, each 8c Oil Mops, with handle, only 25c Sunday Only, May 14. Mother's Day. Hailed as the finest performance of the screen's master actor! —» jDlms the splendor of "DlsraeU 1 * and "The Millionaire"! A GEORGE ARLISS THE CO1.-BAOtO. PIQTUHj Devil Horse No. 7 WORKING MAN Fired with the zest of youth", ringing with the joy o£ living, •brimming with cheerful, healthy^ surprising entertainment! A Warner Bros, picture, with BETTE DAVIS Also Laurel & Hardy 'Towed In a Hole" Monday, Hay 15. "Whistling in the Dark' A mystery comedy-drama with thrills, chills, and -laughs. Tuesday and Wednesday, May 61-17 "HELLO, SISTER" JAMES DUNK and ! BOOTS MALLOBY IWIIIHINIH^ Brownell's — on sale again May I'S — 2 tires and 2 tubes, all lour for lowest price on record for first line tires. Guaranteed 12,000 miles. 41-35 Good Morning Ladles and. Gentlemen: We have moved to our new location across from the Elk Cleaners. We know the tlnies are hard, so for a short time we will give FREE [f'BQLfi with a half sole job either ladies or gents'. NICK'S SHOE SHOP POWDERED SILK... Quickly removes oil, paint, grease, stains, printers'ink,ground-| in<ilrt,et<;. l frqmthe i hands. r CLEANS BATH TUBS, 1 I WASH BOWLS BET- I lm MO QUICKER. J 8V MOST NOTICE--R REORGANIZATION SALE Summer Sandals We must vacate our present room at once and our entire stock of Clothing, Shoes, Furnishings, Boots and Ladies' Hats will go on Rummage Sale prices Thursday Morning All regular prices forgotten. Our entire stock must be sold before we move. This is a sale of a life* time. Because of the short notice it enables us to give you prices. First come, first served. Bloom's Store • Algona Styles same as cut Made in Leather Black White Smoke Elk $1.89 Made of Linnen Pumps Sandals Ties White only Can be tinted Every day and in every *ay more people are realizing that we are offering Heal Bargains in Quality Footwear for.Men, Women and Children. BROWNELL. SHOE COMPANY

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