Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1933 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 25, 1933
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lecoration Day" resses For Summer Sports or Dress Wear! Astonishing i .colorful wash silks lib beautiful contrast, jackets —' clever, lunning, high shade Lpes-bright magnifi- Lt floral and figured Wnts—exquisite dotted LX crepes. Cool, flat- ing summer fashions -short fluttering leeves—saucy, little ffs-interesting neck- nea — charming bou- Innieres. All brand jw creations — design- to look as if they cost Ruble this low price. .; Tomorrow llatlnctly better - type isses. Gorgeous wash- jble crepes in striking Bgb shades — ideal for limner sports wear. •arvelous jacket frocks 1 bewitching color har- Eonies — dainty, cool foeers of matchless fluty —glorious print- J crepes in newly cre- Ited floral, striped and ponotone designs. Out- tanding quality and vorkm a n s h i p make pern worth much more. Remarkable Department S lores> WOMAN WHO GAME HERE 46 YEARS AGO DIES MAY 20 'Mrs. T. H. Wadsworth died Saturday, following a last Illness of five weeks with hardening of the were arteries. Funeral services held Tuesday afternoon at the Congregational church, the Hev. B. M. Southgate, former local pastor now at Britt, in charge, and burial was made in Riverview. An additional heavy grief .for the bereaved husband was the sudden death of his brother, Jos. W. Wadsworth, while the funeral of Mrs. Wadsworth was in progress. Mrs. Wadsworth was born January 26, 1858, in Kenosha county, Wis,, near Union Grove, and was in her 75th year at death. She was a daughter o£ Mr. and Mrs. "Chas. Metherlngham, and she attended school at Paris Corners, Wis. On September 26, 1877, the --/ "v, JLUII, me Wadsworths were married at Paris Corners, and in Decemfber of the same year they came to this county. Two children were born, both of whom, Nettie Edna and Flornce May, died In infancy. In addition to her husband, Mrs. vadsworth was survived by two isters, Mrs. Julia Anderson and Mrs. Florence Motley, both of Unon Grove, Wis. The sisters were .ccompanied to Algona by Mr, and COSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALQONA, IOWA IjOCALS Grove. 'In her prime Mrs. vas an active worker in the local 'ongregational church, and for many years her home was a mecca 'or the children of the neighborhood, for whom her cookie jar was always kept well filled. »}ou consider fresh fruiU and vege- . * tor your menu* do you think in terms I freshness—variety and lowest possible pees, if you do, be sure and visit the fruit , and vegetable section of your nearby A &P Store. IANANAS 5 "» 28c 'RANGES *2i62 doz 45c [neapple . . 15c BW Green Peas, 21bs 2Ic BW Potatoes Slbs. 25c Lettuce, 2 heads 15c HCANE ugar 10 feg 50c Hlb.bag $1.83 1OO Ib. bag 94.75 SUGAR 101b.bag 48c, 25lb. bag$l.l8 100 lb. bag $4,55 C WILL BUY GRANDMOTHER'S BREADS .SSS^frr* : ':V*8 RAJAH SALAD DRESSING PAtlHC FtA CO. 0 .,--- , n V v **.«£w*it^ y » JiT^l i A11V4 'Vl**** VII /Irs. Metheringham, also" of Union o'clock. The Methodist AM meets next week Thursday at 2:30 at the church. 'Fred Schallin, recently operated on at the Kossuth hospital, is improving. Allan Brunson, Mason City lawyer, was an Algona business caller yesterday. Ora Vincent is still critically sick at the Kossuth hospital with kidney trouble. The Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner visited at the Oscar Kohlwes home. Corwith, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall and their daughter Catherine spent last Thursday at Des Molnes. The Rev. S. H. Aten, Burt, will preach at the Presbyterian church at 7:30 next Sunday evening. The /Legion Auxiliary wiM sponsor a home talent play, The World's All Right, next October 17-18. . The Andrew Hansons, Titonka, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Hanson's mother. Mrs. John Caughlin. The Roy Christensens spent Sunday at Spencer with the Roy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Christensen. Dorothy Hendren, .Rfd 2, 1% miles south of Algona, Is advertising ladyslippers and orchids for sale. Ascension day services will be held at St. Cecelia's Catholic church this morning at 7 and 9 Wadsworth Mrs. B. A. Thorpe, (Mrs. -R. J. Keen, Mrs. M. G. Norton, and Mrs. S A. Worster spent Friday at Des Moines . Clarice Amesfoury, Carroll, «ame last week "Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hawcott and other friends. Mrs. «. W. Horigan went to Des, Moines last Thursday morning to a group from Emmetsburg, went to Fort Madison Sunday to attend a state Knights of Columbus convention, Mr. McEvoy Is district deputy. They returned yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R. Addington spent the week-end at Mason City. Mr. Addlngton is the new Goodyear representative in this territory, having succeeded D. C. Mahan, who Is now a partner in the Deldutch super-service station. Kathryn and Lawrence Misbach and Peter Chutrt) spent last Thursday and Friday with State College friends at Ames. Kathryn was graduated from the home economics college, Ames, last spring, and Peter attended school -there last year. •Mrs. Carl • Wauge, Bancroft,' underwent a major operation at the Kossuth hospital Monday. Wallace Winkie, Burt, was operated on •Tuesday for a ruptured appendix, and Mrs. Lewis Huber, of Titonka, underwent a major operation the same day. Accompanied by two other Galva teachers, Ruth McMahon came home for the week-end, and with Mrs. S. E. McMahon and Mrs. M. P. Weaver drove to Ames Saturday morning to attend a field meet. A Galva high school boy took part in the meet, The Lyle Mathes family came Sunday from Austin, Minn., to live - - -.* — .., v., uM.iii»i,, i,u IIVC , , with Mrs. Mathes's mother, Mrs.I tended - night. 'Fred Heckart, (Lincoln, Neb,,'visited briefly last Thursday with his aunt, Mrs. Margaret Henderson. He was en route to Spencer and Minneapolis. 'Mr. Heckart, who is representative of a finance company at Lincoln, will spend a few months at Minneapolis. He is a former Algonian, and was graduated from the local high school in 1910. D. E. and Dolph Miller have had their ,Ford runabout truck painted bright yellow and black. It wi'll also have their names painted on the sides. They have been 'fixing the north sidewall of the Call theater, where motor between bricks had lost its strength and let a section of brick fall. A layer of cement was laid over the wall for fire protection. 'Mrs. Nellie G. Bowyer wrote from Hollywood, Calif., last week Monday to have her address for the summer changed to 1163, Pratt bvd., Chicago. She plans to visit Algona on her way back to California. Mer letter added that Mrs. , ? P ole had been critically sick with heart trouble and Mrs. H C Adams with peritonitis. Both were recovering. R. H. Miller, H. L. Gilmore, and F. k. McMahon spent Monday at Storm Lake, attending a meeting of groups 1-2 of the state bankers' association. The Iowa State bank was closed all day for the event Speakers on the program were D. A. Hogan, of the Federal Land bank, Qmaha; • >Lt.-Gov. Nels Kraschel; the state banking superintendent, L. A. Andrew,; and his approaching successor, D. W Bates. There was no banquet Most other Kossuth 'bankers at- Thursday and Friday, May 25 and 26 JOE E. BROWN in "Elmer the Great" Big Double Feature—Saturday, May 27 WALLACE BEERY in Flesh «*g$ and son, till Friday. O. S. Lindsay and Arthur 'Helberg attended a convention of Shell petroleum agents at Fort Dodge last Thursday evening. ILegion Auxiliary members are asked to be at the Legion hall Sun- in Riverview Tuesday, following funeral services at the Laird & McCullough chapel conducted by the Rev. A. S. Hueser. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Newberry Kuhn. Mr. Kuhn was iborn at Galesburg, 111., March 2, 1861, and at death was in his 73nd year. His parents came here in 1869, and he became a carpenter. In 1882 he married Sarah Boals, who died in 1890. He was later married several times, and the present widow, formerly Delga Volgamott, Appleton, Minn., became ftfs wife on (March 8 this year. By his first wife Mr. Kuhn had four children, of whom three survive: Jos. P., St. Paul; Mrs. Bernard 'Portman, Minneapolis; Mrs. Wilford Riley, Waterloo. A son Martin died in 1916. Mr. Kuhn also left five brothers and one sister. jviomes last rnursciay morning to «""""« *»• >-"« ammetsDurg and Al- visit her mother, Mrs. Elsie Ander- gona Episcopal churches, attended —- "" "-••'--- a ministerial conference at Omaha a week ago, and brought home his wife, who had' been visiting at Council Bluffs. The Denninghoffs live at Emmetsburg. 'Dr. and Mrs. p. V. Janse and Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Agard were guests at a party last Thursday evening at iLu Verne for teachers who will not return next year. The Janses were again guests when the Jesse Lindebaks later entertained for the departing teachers. Mrs. A. J. Eason, dentist's wife at Lu Verne, and Mrs. P. V. Janse, A gona, will leave Saturday for Oklahoma City, to visit Mrs. Janse's daughter, Mrs. H. T Mil- Ten Algonians Enjoy Fishing at (Minnesota Lake Ten Algona business men returned Sunday from a fishing vacation at Cass Lake in northern Minnesota. 'Four were there all week, having left here a week ago Sunday. They were: C. R. La Barre, H. E. Rist, A. E. Michel, and E. C. Hancher. H. R. Cowan and Bert Deal drove up last week Wednesday, and F. E. Kent, R. H. Miller, and R. B. Waller followed last Thursday. Mr. Waller did not fish, but visited a friend at Bemidji. The fishermen reported the fishing excellent all week, every man got his limit daily. By common consent Mr. Hancher landed the laree=t fish, an 18- pounder. Mr. Michel and Mr. Mil' ler ran him a close race, however. The party brought home the limit in a trailer, and some of the fish have been frozen for use from time to time. WILLIAM KUHN DIES AFTER SHORT ILLNESS William Kuhn, -who had been in joor health all winter with cancer. 3Ut was confined to bed onlv a , , "~ — n z~~™ — short time, died Saturday and was d * y m ° min e. 10 J 30 ' to a «end ser- hii^«,i <„ «•„:„.?.. ™..V., a _ na wa . s vices at the Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutchison and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Walker got home last Thursday from visits at Cedar Rapids, Iowa City, and Chicago. Mrs. J. M. Herbst, employed at the Christensen store, had a vacation the first few days of the week, and Mrs. Ray McCorkle substituted. Edward C. McMahon, who had spent several days at his brother S. E. McMahon's, left Tuesday for his home at Hillrose, Colo. He is a bachelor and is retired. Theodora, 14, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Larson, was operated on for appendicitis Monday at the Kossuth hospital. She Is a freshman in high school. Samuel Bloom, Mason City, has been here ten days, helping his son Joe move the Bloom store to a new location in the ouildlng formerly occupied :by Nick Maharas. Mary Harris accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Albin Spongberg and their daughter Emma to .Elkhorn, Wis., last Thursday to spend a week with the Spongberg's son. M. P. Weaver spent Monday and Tuesday morning at home, tearing down a 42-year-old barn at the rear of his lot. He will build a new double garage there this week-end. Richard Setchell, Austin, Minn., spent Sunday with his grandmother, Mrs. Nannie Setchell, and his brother Kermit. He is employed at the Hormel packing plant at Austin. , Mrs. A. S. Ferryman, Atlantic, and her daughter Ruth came a week ago Friday for a visit with the former's daughter, Mrs. A. E. Michel. Ruth teaches piano at Atlantic. Jerome Voight, workman on a grading gang south of lAlgona, was brought to the Kossuth hospital Tuesday suffering from an internal •* — *iiuui*v,j , iu.1 a. o. a. French. Lyle, who was till recently employed in an Austin store, has 'been sick, but is now greatly improved. Mrs. Mathes was Netha French. The Rev. Father . Denninghoff pastor of the .Emmetsburg and Al- Sunday and Monday, May 28 and 29 Fox Film Prtitnt* MNETGAYNOR and her new. screen sweetheart HENRY CARAT in a sprightly romance with music M W i!i?f, Wl " C0me here wlth them ..I' Miner's husband is connected with the Oklahoma schools Mr. and Mrs. Robert Liesener, Mr and Mrs. August Huen'hold, Mr and Mrs. Henry Wegener, Mr. and Mfs. Max Bast, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Geilenfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Boettcher, and Mrs. Marie Dreyer attended the funeral of August Krause, Fenton, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice C. McMahon took the latter's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan, Minneapolis as far as Mankato on the way home Sunday. She was met there by her son John. Mrs. Mangan had spent a week here. John is employed in an A. & .P. store at Minneapolis Mrs. 'Edna Forst, her niece, Bernice Johnson, and Ernst Wenig, all of Cedar Rapids] were last week Sunday guests of the former's mother, Mrs. Magnus Johnson. Mrs Forst, who is a sister of Bertha E' •Evelyn Walters, sixth and seventh grade, teacher at the (Bryant building, was called to Schenectady, N. Y., Sunday by word of the sudden death of a brother. She left the same evening on the Milwaukee Sioux for Chicago, where she Joined 'her parents, of Audubon. Her brother, who died of heart disease while he was bathing, is survived by a wife and two-year-old daughter. Miss Walter left questions for semester examinations, and the tests are being given by Mrs. D. E. Dewel. She will not return till fall. A Sioux City district 'Lutheran mission meeting.was held at Swea City last week Tuesday. Mrs.. D. D. Monlux, 'president of the local Mission society and secretary ' of the state organization, responded to a welcome address, and the Rev. M. A. iSjostrand gave the principal address. Other Algonians attending were Mesdames Alma (Nelson, Ben Bakken, G. D. Brundage, John Carlson, E. R. Sellstrom, and Mr. and Mrs. Ole Allison and Alma Carlson. Mrs. G. L. Lingquist, Port Dodge, president of the state organization, also attended. More than 1739 fishing and hunting licenses had been issued by County Recorder J. J. Dooleyup to 'Friday night. Besides, licenses TUNES YOU'LL BE HUMMING SOON "Adonbk" "My Hnn't DM!M" "My Fine Lart n UK" Story by Paul tank and Billte W MIMIC by Werner Richard HtymanK D/racted by Wllhttm DMtrlt, New Tap Room is Partitioned Lltt injury caused while work; he was at Mrs. James Biggins, Fort Dodge, and her granddaughter, Mary Catherine Kain, came Saturday for a Tuesday and Wednesday, May 30 and 31. Decoration Day Surprise— Change of Program were .being issued at six other points in the county: The 'Lichty hardware store, Lu Verne; C. F. Berggren, Swea City; the .Farmers & iDrovers bank, Bancroft; Mike Walsh, Titonka; and E. R. Worley, •Lakota. The season is now open only on trout, pike, pickerel, bullheads, and non-game fish. It will not open on silver, black, and rock bass, bluegills, crappies, and other game fish till June 15. Trout are scarce in Iowa, but a few streams in northeastern Iowa are open. Convincing proof that square , „,. w 10 a. oiaLer 01 oertna E ^«i..*ii^***& ^IUUL umu square Johnson, former county auditor Is' dealln S with the public pays was industrial nurse at a Quaker Oats morp ttnT1 nttoroft fn tim „.,,;„!„.. plant. 'Councilman Tom Kain filed complaint in mayor's court Monday agonist Everett Knudson and Cecil and Edward Cook for throwing an orange which struck him on the coat in front. The boys were given a talking to by Mayor Specht who put them on good behavior till September 1. Jos. Auner, now with the invest- more than offered in the opening days of Graham's remodeling sale last week-end. Thrifty 'buyers came for miles to attend, and were well rewarded, for the values in dependable merchandise fully met expectations. C. L. Bliley, manager, says that never in his 30 years of merchandising has he passed out such values. The response was so great that a number of lines were soon depleted and it was necessary -«". ^.MIICA, nuw witn me Invest- * u^iiici.c\i - 'ment department of the 'Bankers for Mr - ' Blllev and an assistant to Life Co., Des .Moines, stopped here i drlve to tne Ottumwa Graham over Tuesday night while he was I headquarters Sunday to get sup- in this part of the state on com- plies for the rest ot this sale - which pany business. He was shocked i contm ues till Saturday night. bv the SUrlrlon rinafv, *i,«i _«»_ * - - * **w fr«o ojiuutteu by the sudden death that afternoon of Jos. W. Wadsworth and called to see Mrs. Wadsworth Mrs. B. M. Hallj. Grand Island, erine Kain, came Saturday for a M r 1 " "• "*• «»"> urana island, several days visit with the latter's 1N . e ?;' , came . last week Tuesday to father, M. B. Kain, Milwaukee rail- Y. ,! ™ u this "week-end at Mrs. ....... _ n n4-nl ~l n ~lr J Olin LainfT R. Hnf1 TWVO iT n4n*v ...111 father, M. B. Kain, Milwaukee rail way postal clerk. Mrs. P. H. Frederickson, of Great Falls, Mont., and her son Dick are and Mrs. Laing will her home for a week's Shackelford Shop Auction Saturday The fixtures and merchandise in the harness shop conducted by the late P. H. Shackelford will be sold W 11 TUI — 'ate r. n, ouuuHeuoru will oe som ~ _ Titus, mum., ttiiu ner BUU JJICH. are ... j~vl' ' Mrs. John Laing, | at auction at the shop Saturday af- 'DV AlffOna Hotel expected June 3 for the summer ™y a ™| Mr ?- Samuel Smith, and! ternoon, beginning at 1 p.m. Mrs. y g with the former's mother, Mrs, E.. ! ne Firman Lalngs spent Sunday at Shackelford is executrix of the es- The former cloak room at the Al- c - Dickinson. Mrs. Frederickson fl ost , I . s ' a " d ' f ' sh , in S- an d caught tate. Col. C. O. Riddle, Burt, will ™Vnf™h J? h««n °°rtition«i off was Helen Dickinson. th ±.. llm * ,°j Bullheads. be auctioneer; L. C. Reding, clerk. Thft snip Hot nnnciet-c nf m^ya tV»nn i lie LU1 11IC1 Ijtisan. » v^>... **fc v«.%. 4*. gona hotel -has been partitioned off from the dining room, and taproom accommodat ons'areTheWs for Swarthmore, Pa., where he will »« swimming.pool and the bath- 300 i ems. The good SleT Tstairway which for- ^ employed. He had been .at ^ e fj. nt ° sha Pe top the season, lot by lot, and Mr. mlrtv led into the ctoak room has home- several months. Before that ^ mlca ' s ^ ^en used to clean nounces that the sal merly lea mu> me CIO»K ruum ii»s «™«i«,, n j ._ „ i.,_i,.,. „»_ walls and floors nf tho *>««! „!„„ . ...,^ . merly led into the cloak room has 'been removed. Patrons of the dining room now have to enter via the lobby. vuy t A small bar will be installed with seats for 26 or more people. A small opening into the dining room will permit service of tap beer there. Tap beer made a decided hit at • i- _±.l _11 InnJ- ...nnlr altrl 4*Vl O the hotel all last week, and the supply ran out early Saturdav evening. Another Monday. load arrived uuutt.v. A total of 48 gallons of tapbeer was sold Saturday, and last week nine 16-gal. kegs were sold. The new kegs are of aluminum-colored steel and are built somewhat bottle-shaped Algonians Attend Big Rotary Meet M P. Christiansen, Oeo. W. God- frev H. "M. Haube'-R'. Eupen« Murt»eh and the Rev. W. G. Muhleman attended an llth district .Rotarv ponference at Des Moines last ThursdPV. Mr. Godfrev. ^resident of the local club, presided at an International Service banquet, and Mr Ha'iberp. oresident-elect of the local clu'b, attended banquets and committee meetings for new officers also a few other events on the nd TiroKram. T. Messrs. Hauberg MnrtMb remained for Friday, and 'both reviewed hieh Friday, an 'o lights of the conference before the local club Monday noon L ' Two SaJl for Denmark. Ben F. Sorensen and Viggo Christiansen, the latter of Bancroft sailed Saturday night on the S S Bremen for Copenhagen. Denmark, where Mr. Sorensen will look after an interest In a typewriter tectorv interned from an uncle. and Mr. Christiansen «"' ^ Herbert French has left by car for Swarthmore, Pa., where he will home several months. .„„.. he was employed in a lumber office at Pittsburgh, Pa ce at Pittsburgh, Pa. - ngs. Water is i tunity to buy harness supplies and Harriett Thurston came Friday "° w ln *«? pool, warming up. It siinplies for repairs at bargain ir several days with the' M. P. ls e *Pected that the pool will be nrices for several days with ._. _._. Haggards. She taught at Woodbine during the school year, and is en route to her home at Virginia, Minn., for the summer. The Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner attended an oratorical contest between representatives of Lutheran young people's societies In the Algona zone at St. John's 'Lutheran church,,Garner, Sunday. The A. iP. Eckburgs, Boone, were week-end guests of the R. P. Mortons. -They moved from here to Boone lour years ago, and Mr. Eckburg is a salesman for a Des Moines wholesale grocery house. Victor Hertig has repainted the city's first motor fire truck. The red color was retained, and the truck now again looks llge new. It is now used only when both the new and the old truck are needed. Mrs. L. D. Dickinson, who has spent the last several months with her daughter, Mrs. J. A. Van Ness, Mason City, is expected next Monday for the summer with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. JB. C. Dickinson. The N. C. Rice household goods have been moved from the third floor quarters over the Call theater •to the home formerly occupied 'by Marshal Green across the corner southwest of the Congregational parsonage. Mrs. D. J. Scanlan, Rock Valley, came last Thursday to be at the Dr. F. C. Scanlan home while Mrs. F. C. Scanlan is at Santa Ana, Calif., visiting her mother. Mrs. .Scanlan left for California last week Wednesday. jM- H. Falkenhalner. Walter Lorenz, G. F. Towne, and H. M. Smith spent Sunday at the Otobojls, fishing, staying at th.e iFalkenliaJiier cottage on Hay ward's "— ""-" opened on Saturday, June 3. The council will decide at a meeting tonight and Sunday. Lucille Malueg, Ayrshire, spent ., —•—o. ^j^ouuc, opcin K.err post nas engaged xy Lieroy the week-end -with her parents, and his Scotch Highlanders, 13 Lucille will finish teaching Eng- Scotchmen in costume from Har- lish and music there tomorrow, and risburg, Pa., for a band concert HIT r Of r no ciiwifmn** «4- T. ,._ — n i . _ ' ~ ... after the summer at home will teach the same subjects at Nemaha, near Storm Lake. E. J. McEvoy, M. T. McGuire, and Jos. Bestenlehner, accompanied by,Co. , " uo auubjuueci , u. \j. jieuuig, ciei K. workmen have been getting The sale list consists of more than immlnp- n ™, „„., «T._ bath . 1 30() Hems The goo(Js w j n be sM Riddle an r ---.— — v.v,»., nounces that the sale will provide ft nn ^c i^fl I s ,?], e p ° o1 ' als °i farmers with a remarkable oppor- noors in the buildings. Water isitunity to buy harness supplies and Lone flock Band Concert. Lone Rock, May 23—The 'Merle Kerr post has engaged Ty Leroy next Monday night. WE NOW HAVE MAN'CHU SOY Beans.—Algona Flour & Feed llu37-38 Cut Rate Grocery.. 1st door West of Swift's Wonder Coffee Vacuum Packed 25c Sliced Peaches, No. 10 size 89e Macaroni, 2 Ibs. 1 18c Oil Sardines, 3 for _______ He Matches, 6 boxes — __ , Rose Flour _ ^Busiest Little 8t»f§ in Towu" 2OOO Pairs of Slippers I just closed the most sensational buy of ladies' slippers I ever made. After their representative called it took a week of correspondence and a day of telegraphing to close the deal. It takes nerve to write checks for $3200.00 for just ladies' novelty slippers. All of them summer dress slippers that have to be sold in the next sixty days. They are mostly cutouts and perforated patterns, all new this season's models in white kid, the new sun tan, blue, and gray kidskins and combination of colors, all $4.00 shoes; also black kid ties and pumps cut out patterns that are real $5.00 retailers. Your choice of any of these $4.00 and $5.00 slippers at $1.98. Yo i get any color and any size from 3 1-2 to 9 at less than half the regular price. We'aave them in widths from AAA to C. Not a pair in this shipment worth less than $4.00, and some of them are real $5.00 slippers. Yet you get any pair for $1.98. It is a shoe sensation. It is positively the best I ever made. We have plenty help and plenty sizes and widths so we can fit your feet perfectly. No approvals, no refunds, no exchanges, no mail orders filled.; on these slippers. It is a factory clean-up'. You get double value for your money. Jimmie Neville "The Shoe Man" Algona, la. 1 White's GROCERY Week-End Specials Lemons, Sunkist, per doz 27c Tea, bulk green, Ib. - ;; 19c Coffee, Butternut,'lb. . ; 80c Sugar, granulated, 10 lb *8c Apples, fancy Winesap, 4 Ibs. ____„' 25c Soap, Royal Gold, 10 bars 81o Ammonia, quart bottle _. „_ )9c Peanut Butter, quart _. __, „_ The Advance for Jpb P t ' f * " j ii" 1?

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