Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 1, 1933
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.PAGE TWO COtttfTt ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA THURSDAY Burt Church To Celebrate Its Golden PRESBYTERIANS WILL OBSERVE HALF CENTURY Hurt, May 30—The Burt Presbyterian church will observe the fiftieth anniversary of its founding next week, June 8-11. The first Service wll 'be Thursday evening *nd will ibe a pageant, The Unllght- "Cd Cross, presented by the young people of the church directed by Mrs. W. T. Peters and Helen Thompson. Friday afternoon a ser- ^ce will be held at which messages Irom former pastors and other Jfrrlends and reminscences by veter- An members will be given. At 6 •o'clock there will be a Fellowship HtUnner and at 8 o'clock an anniversary sermon by the Rev. Arthur <_. Bailey, D. D., Estherville, son «I the pastor who organized the «hurch. Saturday afternoon from =8 to 6 a tea "'In the Old Home" will 9)e given in honor of Mrs. 'Rebecca McDonald, the only living charter •member. Sunday the Rev. S. R. JFerguson, D. D., Cedar Rapids, a 3ong-time friend of the congregation, will speak at the morning •service and also at a vesper service «t 4 o'clock. "Work at District Meeting 1 — (Dr. R. H. Thompson, worthy patron of Kossuth chapter, and Mrs. Slay Dremmel, took part In the initiatory work at a district Eastern -Star meeting at Mason City last ^Thursday evening. Others who attended from Burt were Mrs. C. W. ^Patterson, worthy matron, Mrs. 3-ouis Thompson, Mrs. E. E. Paine, Mrs. P. L. Dremmel, Mrs. J. E. Clif- Jton, (Mrs. M. L. Vinaas, Mrs. F. L. •JPratt, Mrs. Geo. Carroll, and Lulu Hawcott. Vera Chipman and Marilda Pratt went to Mason City, also, did not attend the meeting. Ten 9th Graders Are Graduated at St. Joe St. Joe, May 30—A large crowd attended closing exercises last Thursday evening at St. Joseph's school hall. Ten pupils were graduated from the ninth grade: Caroline Gisch, Eleanor Klein, Amanda Thul, Ruth Devine, Luville Kramer, home there. Margaret and Andrew Erpelding were at Fort Dodge Saturday, Andrew attended a stock auction. The Joseph Beckers were Fort 'Dodge shoppers last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marso, near A..U., ivun. ^c,*!.<,, ^.«....v AV.I....^., 1>lri anQ fl lrs . <jnaries Marso, near Susan Frideres, Viola Klein, Rob- Corwith, spent Sunday at Philip ert Devine, Richard Marso, Harold . Foura g e 's, and Mildred Marso re- Pastor Gives Talk— The Rev. Fremont Faul, pastor of •*he Titonka Methodist church, delivered the Memorial day address in, the Methodist church here. There •will also be talks 'by A. W. Radeke, -^commander of Knoll post, and anusic iby a Legion Auxiliary quartette. (Following the service at the -<church, graves of veterans •decorated. Joint Birthdays Celebrated— Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack iDevine, and Mrs. Bernard Devine, near Livermore, celebrated birthdays last Thursday at Thomas Devine's with a picnic dinner. Hours for Masses Changed— Masses in St. Joseph's will 'be at 7 and 9 a. yi. beginning next Sunday and continuing through the summer. were James Weydert's. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Kohlhaas were at the latter's sister, Mrs. Urban Melavin's, Livermore, and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Capesius were at the Edw. 'Capesius 3L S. Teams Given Banquet— iBurt business' men banqueted iioys of the high school athletic teams at the Marvin hotel Monday -evening. After the banquet they attended the show at the Belltone theater. This year fiurt won the «ounty wrestling tournament and Sioth the county and district base- Iball tournaments. Xutherans Have Mission Fest- The Lutheran church held its *nnual mission festival Sunday. At the morning service the Rev. C. IHesse, Eldora, preached and at '4he afternoon session the Rev. W. TT. Wolfram, Garner, delivered the sermon. Dinner was served in the •«hurch basement at noon. *rowd attended. A good 4 to Walthcr Lengue Meet— Raymond and Arnold Koestler, Beada Kollasch and Elmer Ewoldt •went to Atlantic Sunday to attend <a Lutheran Walther League meeting and visit at the 'Rev. M. E. Seltz's. The 'Rev. Mr. Seltz was tormerly pastor of the Burt church. Circle Elects Officers— The Queen Esther Circle held a -dues paying luncheon at Vera Chip- anan's last week Tuesday. Officers elected are Dovie Elliott, president, Xiucile Sewick, vice president, Caroline Carr, secretary-treasurer, iPhyllis Clifton, reporter. Hejoins U. S. Forestry Service- Russell Chipman left Thursday for Easton, "Wash., to work this summer for the U. S. Forestry service. He made the trip with Mr. and Mrs. Ewart 'Potter, Clinton, Thllges. Nine were graduated from the eighth grade: Gertrude Ziemet, Helen and Adeline Kramar, Alvin and Clarence Erpelding, Alfred Bormann, Charles Thilges, Joseph 'Faber, and John Wiltgen. The program included the school, and consisted of two one-act plays, three playlets, music, and conferring of honors (by the Rev. George Theobald. Rain Halts Baseball Game— Baseball faris here attended a game Sunday at Livermore between that town's team and Goldfield. Because of rain, only five innings were played. Goldfield then had a score of 4 to 0. Both teams belong to the Hum-rite League, and it is said that Goldfleld's is the strongest team in the league. Mary Gales to be Bride— iBanns of marriage were published Sunday at ;St. Joseph's church for the first time for Mary, daughter of the late Nicholas Gales, and Edward Ziemet, Los Angeles, son of the late Peter Ziemet Sr. Other St. Joe. iRita Becker spent Sunday at turned home with her parents, after a week here. Mrs. Henry Ziemet Sr. accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Zie- met, West Bend, to St. Paul Saturday to visit her brother, Dominic Elringer. Mr. and Mrs. George Thul and daughter Bertha were at -Fort Dodge last Thursday; also the John Bertes and Adolph Kass. Cornelia Faber, West Bend, is helping with the household duties at Mrs. John Zeller's. Mrs. Zellar has been sick. (Peter Ziemet accompanied a carload of cattle to Chicago Saturday night. He planned to visit the world's fair. John Thul and his son Eugene, accompanied by Sylvester Wagner, drove to "Fairmont -last Thursday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kinkade, of West Bend, spent last Thursday afternoon at Mrs. 'Lucy Wagner's. The Rev. George Theobald will attend a priest's first mass at Granville this week Thursday. •Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wolfe, West Bend, were Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. Lucy Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hanifan, of .ivermore, spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. M. Hanifan. (Ascension day, a holy day of ob- igation, was observed by this par- sh last Thursday. Bennie Guacia, Fort Dodge, spent a few days last week here, going home Friday. Robert Devine has gone to Eagle trove for the summer with relatives. Susan Naber entertained four ;irls from Rolfe Sunday. The John Thuls are driving a new Plymouth sedan. The parochial school closed last week Wednesday. S, S, AT L R, IN MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM Lone Rock, May 30—A Memorial program was given by the Sunday school Sunday: America the Beautiful; recitation, How Sleep the (Brave, Leonard Rogers; flag drill, Vuanita Wegener, Mary Jane Hofius, Maxine and Mary Ann Flaig, Wilma and Betty Marlow, Arline Larsen, Doris Mae Blanchard, Doris Sanders, Catherine Mae Householder, Eugenia Mae Hofius; recitation, Memorial Day Resolution, Dorothy Hobson; song, Salute to 'National .Flag, Beginners class; song, Salute to Christian Flag, Primary class. Church services were conducted by the iRev. W. G. Muhle- mann, Algona, district superintendent. who came after him and Wednesday night here. spent Bancroft Is Defeated 5-4 The Burt high school closed its •(baseball season Friday with a !«*"!'"• Bourne Gives Talk- Howard Blnncliard is Graduated— Mrs. Fred Genrich and her son Bernard drove to Irvington Saturday to get the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Blanchard, also the Edward Blanchards, and drive on to Cedar Falls to attend commencement exercises at the State Teachers college (Monday. Howard Blanchard, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. 'Blanchard, was a member of the graduating class. They also visited Mrs. Laura Mantor, who lives there or at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough were at the Blanchard home near during their absence. Irvington -game with the Bancroft Parochial jschool. Burt won, 5-4. Vacation Bible School Opens— A daily vacation Bible school Opened for a two weeks session at the Methodist church Monday. Other Burt News. Mrs. -Lydia Svers, Colesburg, and daughter Verda arrived Thursday lo visit Mrs. Evers' brother, W. H. •Schwietert. Verda Evers, accompanied by Helen Schwietert, drove -over to Cioux Center and Friday "brought home Alice Evers, who teaches at Sioux Center. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings and son William went to Albert Lea Sunday and brought back Mrs. Matilda Ward to attend the funeral of jher grandson, Ralph Ward, Al- who was killed in an Saturday. gona, who was killed in an auto Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle and daughter Rachel left Monday morning for Cedar Rapids to visit Mrs. Clap- tsaddle's parents, the W. F. Mains. They will bring home with them Dean Clapsaddle, student at Coc. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Isenberger and •daughter Stella, Lottie Hawcott, and Mrs. A. W. Sigsbee, Algona, •went to Decorah last Wednesday and visited 'Friday at the Ray and JPaul Isenberger homes. Nelda and Ellen Volentine went to Sanborn Thursday to get their sister Winsome. They returned Saturday. Mrs. Ida Anderson accompanied them to Hartley, where she visited relatives. Prof, and Mrs. F. P. Reed, Dr. and Mrs. D. B. Atchley, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Koos, and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murray, all of Ames, spent Monday night and Tuesday at F. E. Rubey's. Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle and daughter Rachel returned Thursday from St. Genevieve, Mo., where they Tvere called by the illness of Doctor Clapsaddle's brother, Dr. Clare Clapsaddle. Mr. and Mrs. Housour are parents of a daughter, born May 22, at the G. C. Giddings home. The Hous- ours have one other daughter. Dr. W. T. Peters took J. V. isen- !>erger to Iowa City Saturday to receive treatment at the University liospital. The Mite society met last Thursday with Mrs. Frank Flaig, Mrs W. G. Flaig assisting. Julia Bourne, editor of the junior department of Successful Farming, spoke on the inside story of the life of a reporter. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Will Christenson. Club PJcnlcks at Lake— The Tuesday club and guests had a picnic at Tuttle Lake one last week. Attending; Mrs. day Roy Jensen, two children, Mrs. E. M. Jensen and her children, Mrs. Ethel Benjamin, son Jackie, Mrs. Otto Jensen, son Russell, and Mrs. W. J, Cotton. Seven Attend Quilt Show— (Attending a quilt show given by the Fenton Methodist Aid Friday were Mesdames R. L. Padgett, Fred Genrich, Alex Krueger, W. G. Flaig, W. J. Cotton, Ethel Benjamin, and Glenn Sharp. Helen JtaAlg Is Graduated— Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig drove to Cedar Falls Monday to attend I .S. T. C. exercises in which their daughter Helen was graduated. Dorothy Blerstedt Has Operation- Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bierstedt, had an operation for appendicitis at her home Sunday. Mothers Club Meets Today— The Mothers club meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Harry Hobson, Mrs. Frank Flaig assisting. 'urther visit, the rest returning Monday. Ersel Blanchard, accompanied by Lucille Genrich and Gladys Bierstedt, drove to Cedar Falls Saturday, and Ersel's brothers Gordon and Donald, students at the Teachers college, came home with them tor the summer. Mrs. William 1 'Leeper, Mrs. Charles Olson, Burt, and the latter's two daughters drove to Fairmont last week Tuesday to visit the women's mother, Mrs. Eva Godden, who now lives there with her son Roy. The Glen (Leepers, near Wadena, Minn., came last week Wednesday to visit Glen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Leeper, and went to Fairmont 'Sunday to visit Mrs. Glen's mother, Mrs. John Buchan. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Nelson and Mrs.Nelson's mother, (Mrs. H. J. Bacon, Algona, drove to Amboy, Minn., last week Wednesday to visit Mrs. Jesse Hohenstein, another daughter of Mrs. Bacon. Mrs. William Krause and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Padgett drove to Corwith Saturday, and Harold and Terence Padgett, who had spent a week at Clifford Meyer's, returned with them. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gross visited from last Thursday till Saturday at Mr.- Gross's sister's, at Ames. They called on two other sisters, Mrs. Pond and Mrs. Sutherland, at Nevada. Supt. .L. E. Godfrey and his family have moved .from the Tarbell property to the house where the Watson Snicks lived, the Shicks having moved to the Tarbell house. Charles Shlck took his grandfather, Mr. 'Lingenfelder, to Lamont to visit relatives over the weekend. Mr. Lingenfelder went on to Allison to visit granddaughters. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz were at the Charles Schultz home, near Elmore, Minn., Sunday, and Charles Zoller, visiting at Lakota, came here with them for a visit. •Sunday dinner guests at the Rev. S. M. Gladstone's were the Rev. and Mrs. W. G. Muhleman, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger. Attending a county Farm Bureau woman's Achievement day at Burt last week Wednesday were Mesdames N. L. and W. J. Cotton. 'Helen Pertl, Fenton, visited the Emil Krafts Sunday and Monday. The Krafts visited the Henry Schultzes at Emmetsburg Sunday. L. R. (Roderick and Calvin Householder returned last Thursday from Amery, Wis., where they went on a business mission. Mrs. John Sones and .her daughters, Beverly Jean and Marilyn, came Saturday to visit the J. M. Blanchards. Ersel Blanchard helped with the work at Mrs. Lester Johnson's, near Bancroft, from last week Tuesday till Friday. 'Beryl Sanders accompanied Mr. and Mrs. iLockwood, Burt, to Renwick, Friday morning to visit relatives. The Ernest Jensens drove to Downey Saturday to visit Mr. Jensen's parents till sometime this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger drove H,S, LETTERS ARE AWARDED AT SWEA CITY • <Swea City, May SI—Swea City high school for the first time gave letters in music and declamatory, and also awarded the usual letters in athletics, at a student gathering in the high school 'building last week Monday. A formal program was held under direction of Supt. E. H. (Parsons. Each member of the senior 'class responded, and Coach Armand Schuler spoke for athletics, Helen Hollls, for declamatory, and (Frances Dahl, for music. 'Declamatory, .first and seconds, who received letters, are Alpha Simmons, Paul Stockman, Janet Wilson, Arlette Skromme, Darlene Kesler, and Marry Montgomery. Music students who were given letters are Dorothy Christiansen, Mildred Thorson, Edith Dahl, Renn. Kluger, Irene Dourte, Frances Anderson, Chas. Hutchinson, Florence Anderson, Sidney Hutchinson, Ralph Stockman, Luella Jensen, Darlene Kesler, Roger. Linde, Heleru Poole, Clarence Rolba, Kenneth Seylar. In athletics the following received letters—Basketball, Clarence Roba, Merlin (Larson, Harry Montgomery, Emery Bergeson, Howard Krumm, Roy Bravender, D. W. Fultz Jr., Thomas Hanifan; baseball, Chas. Peterson, Harold Hewitt, Kenneth Seylar, Gifford Smith, Elmer Berg, Merlin Larson, Harry Montgomery, Emory Bergeson, Howard Krumm, Roy Bravender, D. W. Fultz Jr., Thos. Hanifan; track, Emory Bergeson Roy Bravender, Thos. 'Hanifan, D. W. Fultz Jr. Memorial Day Observed— Fisher Post had charge of Memorial day services. The Rev. G. R. McDowell gave the address, the Rev. Mr. Siemens the opening prayer; Harry Montgomery, reading, Awake, America; Mesdames Win. Thompson and Buell Pearson sang Poppies Carry On; the school band under direction of Earl Josten played several numbers, and the Rev. Raymond Swanson pronounced the benediction. In Harrison cemetery soldiers' graves decorated were- Fred Link, Wm. Clark, and Anton Madsen, of the World war, and Harry Crawford, Nathaniel Ewing, W. H. Countryman, and John Schaeffer, of the Civil war. Frank Erickson, World war veteran, is buried in Lutheran, Swea township, and Milton Erickson, World war, in Swea township. Commencement Exercises Held— The concluding event of the school year took place Thursday evening with commencement exercises in the school auditorium. The program was: processional, clarinet solo, Darlene Kesler, Frances Dahl, at piano; violin solo, Mae 3 eterson; invocation, the Rev. Geo. 3.. Siemens; mixed chorus, Deep River; address, the Rev. Thomas "Altaian, of the Humboldt Congre- ;atfonal church; two quartette lumbers; presentation of class, Supt. E. H. Parsons; presentation of diplomas, Emil iLarson, president of school board; benediction, the Rev. G. 1R. McDowell. Swea Cltyans Are Married- Virgil Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Nelson, and Violet Clark, daughter of Mrs. Ed -Bergren, were married last week Tuesday at the Lutheran parsonage in Estherville, the iRev. Mathre officiating. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Nolan 'Nelson, a brother and sister-in-law of the groom. Mr. Nelson is employed' in the Swea City poultry plant They have started housekeeping in the Thompson house in the south part of town. Forest Recruit Honored— Swea City now has one young Specials Chimney Fire Put Out- A burning-out chimney at the E. S. Anderson shoe store threatened nearby buildings last week Wednesday, but the blaze was put out without damage. The fire company was called. High School Has Picnic— The four high school classes held >icnlcs at Interlaken Friday. • Fish- ng and roller skating were the iports. There were also classes there from Grant and Armstrong. Gospel Team Gives Service— 'A gospel team from the .Fenton pworth League conducted evening services In the Methodist church | Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, May 31-Jiine] County Auxiliary to Meet— The county Legion Auxiliary will hold a quarterly meeting here next Tuesday at the schoolhouse. Youn(JT People Go Picnicking— Twenty-five young people had a picnic last Thursday evening east of Burt. Other Lone Rock. Mrs. Hoy Jensen, her children, Roger and Marjorie, and Mrs. Jack Quinn, with her sons Willard and Kyrwood, drove to Pipestone, Minn., 'Friday, and the Jensens visited a sister of Mrs. Jensen, while Mrs. Qulnn visited her father. 'Roger and Marjorie remained for a to Elmore last week Tuesday to visit the Charles Schultzes. A. A. Krueger attended a Standard Oil meeting at Emmetsburg last week Wednesday evening. Mrs. Claude Hawks and her son Charles visited at Monroe 'Better's, Wesley, last Thursday. Fred Ohlerking, Algona, gave a health dinner Friday evening at Calvin Householder's. Mr. and Mrs. N. JL. Cotton attended the funeral of Mrs. Henry Ebert, Whittemore, Sunday. Biible study was held at A. A Krueger's last week Wednesday evening. A Children's day program has been postponed till June 11. Watson Shick made a business trip to Sheffield Sunday. Pork and Beans, Irg. No. 2 1-2 can- Puffed Rice, per pkg. Superb Dried Beef, 2 1-2 oz. tumbler Wax Paper, 2 rolls for Raisins, 4 pound bag Tac-Cut Coffee, pound can Calumet Baking Powder, Ib. can Potatoes, extra fancy Sweet Potatoes, large No. 2 1-2 can __ Oatmeal, large 55-oz. box Puffed Wheat, per pkg. Dill Pickles, quart jar Soap Flakes, 5 pound box 10c 14c lOc 5c 25c 29c 25c lOc lOc 9c 14c 25c 24c Sum-R-Aid Nectar, 1 bottle 5c 6c 14c Sugar, with grocery order, 5 pound bag _ produces 11 glasses, only Corn, No. 2 can , Fancy Peas,, Fairmont sifted, No. 2 can Bartlett Pears, in good syrup, No. 2 1-2 can Cherries, white, No. 2 1-2 can __. Mustard, quart jar 19c 17c 15c man in the forest army, Bruce Nagle. Ralph Stockman, Sidney Hutchinson, and Kenneth Brickson expect to go in the next call. Ralph and Sidney graduated from high school 'here this year. Kenneth has one more year to complete his course. The J. H. Warners at their farm home entertained about 40 Tuesday evening last week in their honor. New Teacher Announced— Ther.e was but one vacancy in the teaching staff this year, the third grade, caused by the resignation of Miss Wilcox. Alma D. Huff, of Armstrong, has been hired for the place. (Miss Huff taught in 'Linn Grove last year. Miss Wilcox was given a prenuptial shower at Frances Dahl's last week Wednesday evening by the teaching staff. Drys Hare Mass Meeting— •Drys held a mass meeting in the Methodist church Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. A speaker from Des Moines was scheduled to speak, but was unable to attend, and the Rev. Mr. Muhleman spoke '.n his absence. Sunday. The subject was prayer. The lesson was well given. Other Swea City. John Thorngren, who taught SmitlwHughes in the high school here four or five years ago, visited friends last week. He has been county agent of* Shelby county, with headquarters at Harlan, till a month ago, when he became farm .supervisor for the flankers' Life Insurance company. Mesdames August Peterson, Samuel Warburton, W. O. Nelson, A. Peterson, and J. Brown attended the county Institute in Algona last Tuesday afternoon and evening. August Peterson and Frank Thomson drove down to the evening meeting. Henry iMyre attended a meeting FREE This week only, we are giving away free, with each purchase of one pint or more of Devoe Paints, Enamels, and Varnishes, genuine Cannon towels. Come in and see these beautiful towels, and a real complete stock of paints, enamels, and varnishes, for every purpose. Our paint store is open Saturday evenings. BOTSFORD LUMBER CO, Phone 256 Jim Pool, Mgr. of managers and yard men of the Northern Lumber company in Mason City Sunday. He tells us since » avallab the near future. ' ..Cut Rate Groc Thursday, Friday, and .Saturday Sp c ei Prince Albert Tobai 1 Dozen — $1.10 WITH $2.00 GROCERY ORDI Navy Beans, 8 Ibs. _llc Corn Meal, 5 Ib. bag lie Prunes, 2 Ibs. lie Spices lOe sire, 2 for lie Toilet Soap, 3 for __llc Toilet Paper, 8 for'__llc Corn, 2 cans lie Cocoannt, 1-2 Ib. lie Milk, Irg. cans, 2 for lie Laundry Soap 5 bars lie Brown Sugar, 2 Ibs. _llc ^^^^ Raisins, 2 l|) S Sweet Pickles, 15c jar Egg Noodles 15q Mustard, 16 oz, j,,| Cherries, red, m or black Spaghetti, lOc 2 for Matches, 3 boxes ] Cleanser, 5c cans'] 3 for ___ ' Oil Sardines, 3 fa] — . "Busiest Little Store In Town" No extra charge for tax added to prices shown. ORIGIN ME ' COPYHIGHT 1987. UNITEO OBU« Cfl.' MI-31 Solution 2 for 60c A mouth wash and gargle that does what It is supposed to do. It's mouth-tested. RAXBUBY Nowhere else can you find the tremendous bargains in drug store merchandise offered during the Rexall One Cent Sale. For there is no middleman in the ?i?nS £, lan - 1IT ^ lirtee0n * reat ^ctories cooperate with 10,000 Hexall Drug Stores to give you these great savings—two for the price of one plus only one cent. The merchandise Is of the highest quality and always fresh when you get it. Regular size packages .,. all guaranteed merchandise. This is a great opportunity for you to stock up. No limit . . .buy all you »vfl n r« * HOT WATER BOTTLE Made in one piece o! soft lively rubber. Guajranteed. Biker's ILASOL for 51c Keeps skin soft and smooth. Ideal after shaving. 20c Boric Acid Pwd., 4 o. 2 for 21c 20c Boric Acid Crys- ', tals, 4 oz. 2 for 21c ?1.00 Cod iLiver'oil, Mint, flavor, pt. 2 for $1.00 25c Comp. Licorice Powder, 3 oz, 2 for 26c 2>5c Essence Peppermint, 1 oz. 2 for 2Sc 50c Fluid Extract Cascara Arom. ___2 for 51c 25c Glycerin Sup- pos., infant 2 for 2«c 25c Lanolin, tmbe __2 for 26c 25c Mercurochrome 2 for 26c 25c Soda Fint Ta'bs. 2 for 28c 20c Spirit Camphor 2 for 21 c 75c Mineral Oil, Russian type, pint ___2 for 76c 25c Boric Acid Ointment, white, 1-oz. .2 for 26c 35c Cascara Sagrada, 5 gr.. C. C., 100's .2 for 86c 3'5c Cascara, pink 100's a for 86c '50c G. E. Sodium . » cph ° s - 2 for 51c a5c Twin Tabs. Lax. 36's j— 2 for 26c 20c Zinc Oxide Ointment, tube, i-oz, .2 for 21c 30c Zinc Oxide Ointment, tube, 2-oz. 2 for Sic Homemaid Wrapped C^amels 1-lb. box 8 for iOc Milk Chocolate, Almond Bar, %-ib. _2 for 26c New Process Bar, _ r ^' lb - 2 for 2!)c Wafer Rolls 2 for 6c Liggett's Cough Drops 2 for 1Jc Assorted Mints 2 for 6c 11.00 Defender Fnt *i^ ri £ g ? red> 2 qt - 2 for un ?1.26 Defender Water Bottle, red, 2-qt. 8 for $1.26 Kuddle Kitty Bottle, 1-pt. 2 for 76c 50c Rubber Gloves. 2 for 51o 19c Combs •__.:_ 2 for SOe 39c ladies' Dress PURETEST ASPiRIN 24. 2 for 26 100s 2 for 70 •>D. 9 ' lnch — - 2 for *to 29c ladies' and men's Dress. Comibs. 7 .2 for 30c 35c Midnight Tal- c ™ - .......... 2 for 96c 11.00 Midnight Toilet Water --------- 2 for 91.01 $1.00 Bouquet Ramee Face Powder ...2 for $1.01 50c Bouquet Ramee Talcum --------- a for 5i c fl.OO Bouquet Ramee f To»et Water ..,8 f or 9 i M $1.00 Dusk* Astrin- ' gent _____ ___ > 2 for Cl A1 $1.00 .. 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Iron, pint 2 for $1.01 25c Carbolic Salve —2 for 26c 25c Cathartic ' Compound Pills, 36's. 2 for 26c 25c Cedar Chest Comp., 8-oz. 2 for 26c 35c Charcoal Tabs. 2 for »«p 25c Cherry Bark 'Cough Syrup 2 for 2«c 25c Corn Solvent 2 for 2Ce 'BOc-Denture Adhesive Powder 2 for Sic 60c Diuretic Pills . 2 for 51c 39c Elkay's Fly Killer, 8-oz. _. 2 for 40c We Elkay's Hand ,. s °ap (Paste) ....3 f or 16 C 2oc Elkay's Klensall 2 for 26c '50c iEyelo, 8-oz. ____ 8 25c Foot Powder ___ 8 25c 'Foot Soap ____ .2 25c Gargle, 4-02 ---- a 40c Gypsy Cream __8 25c Larkspur Lotion, 2-oz. ---- ...8 2&c Laxative Cold Tablets, 24's ---- 2 50c Laxative Salt __8 for 51e for 80c for 26c for 26c for 41c for S«c f or 8«c for 51c , pint ___ 2 for 76c 25c Medicated Skin Soap 25c Tar Shampoo— 8 3€c Antiseptic Tooth •powder 8 ' ?5c Stag After SUave Powder - • : fi.OO Stag Hair and Scalp Tonic —--*.• $1,00 Assorted Toilet Water — * ,J 76c Wlac Vegetal -J" 25c Tiny • Tot Ta£ ( S Algona, JAM^S Th« Rexall Store I iiiiuiiiiiiiiiuuiiiuiHkjmiiiiiiiMiiuiii

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