Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1933 · Page 3
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 25, 1933
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SCH lOL DAY i 9x—IUD public , g , The juniors' delicious three- freshmen girls is. First course, En. second course, ham Dapple rings, new po- l" nem peas in rosettes, 1H| r i»«fl «.f\11a _ . . giover-iear. roiis I, «. third course, fresh KSSl ^gel-food I nffpe After an enter- KJ'the group attend- II Central Airport, at • rainbow theme was car- It banquet decorations, I arranged In that shape, I ranlbow, with "pots of |hlch was found a fitting |h guest. to Cute Visited— Xur Fisher, Miss A. Meld the Oscar Erlcksons I Phillips, Blmhurst, 111., .corah Sunday and vis- | 6 cave. The Brlcksons •son Forest and Ills little 1 last Thursday for a rs Erlckson's aunt, , ers oti. Evelyn Erickson t home with Miss Mc- hring the school year. l,ns brought along from Illy Sirs. Wells, formerly Ion, who will visit her |e Gust Carlsons. The jduct a bakery at <La- Iff. F. Jf. S. Meets— lomen attended the April Me Methodist W. F. M. [home of the president, Ian Ostercamp, .Friday Mrs. Wm. Hutchinson and Mrs. Marie J devotions. Four mem- ittended the district con- IFenton gave reports. i from Florida— I Mrs. B. F. Felt arrived lledge, Fla., last week r to spend the summer lome here. They stopped llatives on the way 'back, Ithe senior Mrs. Felt at who has been sick [fall. She is now improv- fclinicJan In Visit— burke is spending a va- Ihome at Julius Kunz's. ie, who came here in Iwas the ward of her pis Kunz, following her leath. She is now head I at the city hospital, In- Ilnd. Lake, visited her mother, Mrs. Mary Uhlenhake, Sunday afternoon The Wm. Hendersons visited his parents, the Charles Pavlks at meteburg. The Paviks had moved from Humboldt. The Rev. I. c. McNulty and Hans Hansen attended an Algona dlsWcfc conference (Methodist) at Emmetsburg last week Monday, one for the east halt of the district was he, d at Britt Iast week Tues- Mrs. John Hutchison returned KOSSUTH CQTTNTY ADVANCE. At.nnMA !O WA convention for district No. Storm Lake Monday. Ascension day will be observed at bt. Joseph church this week ^ S e , S « ay> wlth m ' asses a * 7 = 39 and 9:30 a. m. 2 at Min ,, Mary Kent went t<> Mitchell Friday to visit Erma Ward over the week-end. Miss Ward has two more weeks of school. Mrs. Nettie Turgeson, 88, Is at Titonka, making her annual visit with the James Breens, former neighbors here. iLeota Hall returned home last week from New Richland, Minn., where she had taught the last year. Dry Chairman Speaks. Bancroft, May 23—W. S. Windell, Algona, dry county chairman, gave a talk at the Baptist church here last Thursday evening. PAGE THREH Algonians' Babe is 1st Prize Winner (Marilyn Tlerney. 20 months, was awarded first place In a baby contest at Mason City which ended 2 weeks ago. She scored 98.4. The parents are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tierney, and the mother was formerly Gwendolyn Jones, who clerked at. the Goedera store. (Bernard, who works In the Decker packing plant, Is the son of Mrs. George Holtzbauer, Algona. Memorial Sunday at Wesley, Wesley, May .23—"Services at the Methodist church next Sunday will be of a memorial character, In recognition of Memorial day next Tuesday. Attend Conference— I meeting of the Free I be held at Milwaukee, |next week Tuesday. The lernsten, Congregational Britt and Wesley, will at- Ithere will probably be " services here Sunday, loners 5Irs. Felt— Vsday bridge club perpe- prthday surprise on (Mrs. 1 at her home Friday af- pests took along "treats" i and cake; but they led to leave early, be- preatened rain. BBural School— [marking the close of s neld on the school*• No. 4, Orthel town»ck county, Friday. Har- addle; Britt, is the .teach- h patrons, and friends at- Jj- P. Conference- It young people's conven- W *eld at Minneapolis be- lnn W « k Satui> day even- fn Paulson and his ioni, are among Con- 1 "ere w ho plan to Hurt Girl Wins Chllllcothe, Mo., May 23 — Graham, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. J. D. Graham, Burt, Is valedictorian of the Burt high school senior class, and has been awarded a fre* scholarship by the Chllllcothe Business college, with choice of shorthand, bookkeeping, or telegraph course. Depart men! Stores COME EVERY BAT EXPECTING TO BUY THE GREATEST BARGAINS OF A LIFETIME. WE'LL PROMISE YOU'LL NOT BE BISAPPOINTEB. LfRRHHn Department Stores} SHOUTING THE LAST MESSAGE OF SAVINGS WOMEN'S COTTON Stockings Briiiid neiv all fJrst qunllty In tans and greys, all sines. This siile doesn't need much talk. Just plain facts. The price speaks for Itself. Extra Special parl More for Your Money at Grahams The savings are real —right now when your needs are the greatest you will find unequalled opportunities to save. NOW is the time to BUY This Sale Will Positively Close Saturday Night at 10 p. m., Thousands of people are going to Grasp these Bargains. Don't fail to Pure Silk Full-Fashioned Stockings Gracrest, an excellent quality service and chiffon weight. Bargains like these cannot fail to appeal to the thrifty shopper. All the new spring' shades. 47c May 27th get Your Share* Announced. , cises for st J ° s T f\ 00 ' will beheld h next Sunday after. There will also "be a benediction. School VesIey Kews. R- Swanson, t llttle son to Mo "lstown wan80n>B u fci, ,," c ' Bw. Th.y , M .S 'M Sunday me lr « sl1 last W B king acad - ig cuff ek: Wology, <Ty, re,M ( ^ w >attort s ' de « at Ca'r- efly m ,i thep . Mrs. "y known in Nher Io tw' «•"• last New Mesh Gloves There's a new thrill wearing gloves—that is if you wear these new mesh gloves. One of the frills and fancies that add charm to your'outfit are these gloves in m ft white and eggshell 4«f C »*»»»»«»«»«»»»»«»«»»»»»»»» Candy Stripe Scarfs Here you will find the newest creations in silk scarfs. A beautiful array of stripe combinations to be worn with your new outfit, and they're the newest Thirty-two Piece Dinner Sets $3.49 Amazing, these floral designs with rolled edges for so little. They're new patterns—service for six at a price that means savings. MEN'S SHORTS AND SHIRTS SHORTS — Fast color broadcloth with balloon seat v Stripe • patterns SHIRTS — Fine Swiss rib, neat fitting, with good stretch ALUMINUM Featured on Tables Choice each Sauce pans, convex pans, syrup pitchers, pudding pans, bread pans, muffin pans, cake pans, colander, cake decorator sets. Glass Tumblers — 2 for Make your selection from these. Fancy fluted. Plain thin edge, wide colonial 2 COME TO THIS SALE, YOU'LL BE SURPRISED HOW FAR YOUR DOLLAR WILL GO Coats, sewing thread, 100 yds. __ Coats' sewing thread", 300 yds. __ Bias tape, all fast colors " Bias^tape with thread to match Pocket combs, with case Shoe laces, 2 for Safety pins, 50 in bunch Sanitary belts, three styles Children's supporters, 2 to 12 years _ Mayfair Sanitary napkins, 8 for ____ ..4c 7c 5c 10c lOc 5c lOc 25c 10c 7c Porcelain White Cups St. Denis style, large size. This unusual C^ bargain reflects unusual savings DC Boys Sweaters 98c Sizes: Thirty to Thirty-six Fancy pull-overs with fancy trim. A better grade, made of pure spun wool yarns. Colors: blue and black. O'SO EASY FLOOR MOPS Triangle shaped O-So-Easy Polish 12-ounce bottle 4 Qj* I 9C WINDOWiSHADES First quality green and tan shades. 6 feet long, 36 inches wide, complete OQft with fixtures '. WwC WINDOW SHADES Without roller, green and tan _ BUY NOW AND BUY GENEROUSLY. THE SAVINGS WILL WAR. RANT IT. ATTEND THIS SALE EVERY DAY THIS WEEK $1.00 pictures, several good subjects $1.00 silk crepe plaids and figured$1.00 boys, wash suits, to clean up__ $7.95 dinner sets, 35-pc. gold b*and_ Single brass curtain rods Double brass curtain rods Boys' nainsook union suits £5c ladies' knit vests, all sizes $1.50 men's washable seersucker pants Ladies' knit union s^its lOc 19c 25c 19c ile 98c 29c Toilet Soap Big Junibo bars, increased weight, for less money. Save here on your toilet soaps Men's Ribbed Unions Light ecru, ribbed union suits, short Atoi* sleeve, angle length for spring wear ___4«fC ALUMINUM Make your selection < from this group ' Convex kettles, roasters, dish pans, ice pitchers, colanders, angel cake pans, percolators, double boilers, coffee makers, etc. BOYS' SHIRTS AND SHORTS SHORTS' — Fast color broacloth, yoke front. Elastic sides, stripe patterns, 8 to - 4 A A 16 years £UC SHIRTS—Swiss rib, athletic style, rayon 4 f^ trim IOC Felt Base Mats ; ; New patterns and color combinations. I4x27-in. size, priced at 18x36-in. size, priced at _• 27x54-in. size, priced at ,__ Boys' Stripe Overalls Boys' Hickory stripe overalls, well made, full cut, high back, sizes 6 to 16 years _ Boys'Wash Suit* New stylings in better quality wash fabrics for boys 3 to 6 years

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