Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1933 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 1, 1933
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HtmrX 198*. UBEHT, 33 Prize Winners Announced at Commencement Exercise* KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA 15" ., «op |( .„„..' A. H. Wood, of , e church, sang. Burin Rtvervlew pa" bearers had known Ora and rt her last Illness: Isaacson, of" the hospital, and a /Ellsworth, the latter.em- I m the claim division of the Insurance Co., Des a Vincent had been an Invalid , Mrth and she always had .to iew nd in a wheel chair. She ™t allow her misfortune to Jew her unduly. She could Kid the public schools, but Ucame a great reader an^ one (principal patrons of the pub- Illbrary. self-education gave her 'Illlsnt memory. r'dld Ora permit her handicap M te her moody or morose. On i contrary her disposition was OT of the best. She took a »t Interest in public events, also Jersonal interest in every patient |the Kossuth hospital. All pa- learned to know her. The ers will miss her, for it was ! who reported the hospital ...^dlng the funeral from out [town were the T. J. Vincents, IVemon, Mr. and Mrs. Alexan- I of Guthrie Center, and two (liters, Leta and Helen and forth and his wife. OTIS GIVEN RJJ.FUND lupervlsor W. E. McDonald, jiity Auditor E. J. Butler, M. P. aver, county Civilian Conserva- i Corps chairman, and Mr. Mc- ild's son Stanley spent last jursday at Des Moines, and tsars. McDonald and Butler ob»«d. an. appropriation of $3600 May poor' relief in Kossnth i the R. F. C. relief work head- jters there. [Bills allowed by the iboard of su- rvlsors for food, fuel, and cloth! for the poor this month will be from the R. F. C. loan funds. r being approved by the board, •will be certified to the state [ F. C. headquarters, and war- i will be sent to the county ;or. lite Algonians visited the Kos- n,T, > Klrby ' ' Ph - D., °£ the University of Iowa gave the annual commencement address before €6 Algona high school seniors who were graduated last Thursday night at the high school auditorium. "Youth and the Crisis" was Professor Klrby's topic, and he stressed the importance of good character In facing present-day problems. Youth plays-a more important part In Influencing economic and political conditions than most grownups realize, he said. Prize Awards Announced. Following the address A. E. Michel, president of the school board, presented diplomas to the graduates and Supt. Overmyer announced the following prizes for outstanding pupils: The sum of $25 to ' Margaret Flene, presented by the P. E. O. for the best record in the four years work in English. The sum of $10 to Theodore Gaskill, presented by the D. A. R. for the best three-year record in history and social science. Wrist watches to Roland Larson and 'Ella Zumach as recognition for best all-round scholarship and representative class members, presented by the E. W. Lusby drug and Jewelry store. The sum of $5 to John Christensen for the best work in freshman English, presented by the Adelph- lan society. , of Oniduntcs. A good-sized audience attended the program. Following is the list of graduates: Jeanne Altwegg, Adris Anderson, James Bishop, Mildred Banwart, Mary Black, Thelma Blinkman, Lillian Bellinger, Everett Bowman, Margaret Brown, Howard Butterfield, Adell Colllnson, Donald Cook, Chalmer Cooper, Richard Cowan, Anna Belle Crawford, LeRoy Dale Marguerite Dalziel. Bernice Dearchs, Florence Dehnert, Johanna Fiene, Margaret Fiene, Mary Foster, Kathryn Funk, Theo. Gaskill, Helen Goeders, Chrlstena Gould, Virginia Good, -Emory Gros- PAGE FIVB Dlst. Supt. Muhleman was Memorial day speaker at Corwith. 'E. A. Boss, Des Moines, owner of the Algona hotel, spent Monday here. Mrs. Earl Tenant, Hartley, spent Memorial day with her sister, Mrs. enbach, Jensen, Frances William Hough, Duane Kain, Eleanor Keen, Dorothy Knudsen. Ruby Koepke, .Lavonne 'Larson, Roland Larson, Esther Lavrenz, Arba Dee Long, Ruth Lund, Irwin Malueg, .Edwin Miller, Vivian Miller, Fernley Nolte, Carl Norman, 'Edward Ostrum, Harold Palmer, Ida Belle Peterson, Bernadine iPIathe, Ellen Pommerening. Lloyd Pratt, Maurice Rahm, Norma Raney, Camilla Riebhoff, Donald Robison, Ruth Robinson, John Shilts, Vivian Stephenson, Ruth Turner, Margaret Vigars, Harold Wesley, Doris Will, Agnes Wiltgen, Irene Wltham, Cleone Worster, Mildred Wright, Willard Zelgler, Ella Zumach. |th group in the Civilian Conser' Corps camp and found the i all well, except that they had |re arms from vaccinations. E. W. us, Burt, orderly in the camp ipltal, and Elbe Van Dorston, Igona, and Allan Graham, Burt, iho work in the finance offices, ill be stationed at the camp all ner. | The rest of the Kossuth contin- t expected to be sent off some- me this week to "begin work. Ku- 1 last week had It . .'that they mid be ordered to Strawberry Jit In- eastern Iowa. •*— — - '• . Irs. Mary Parker Passes at Omaha By Ella C. Hartshorn. Omaha, May 27 — I am writing to * you to let Algona people know the death Tuesday, May 23, of n. Mary E. Parker, widow of my (tier, the late Charles W. Parker, the home of her -son Frank W. s, Omaha, after a year of 111- with tumor of the spleen and w complications. She was bur- i at Cedar BluKs.iNeU., beside her ""its. The funeral service was lucted by her brother-in-law, Rev. G. T. Notson, Sioux City, "ted by the Rev. L. L. Wels, °r of pearl Memorial church, "ha. The Eastern Stars were .Marge- of the service. Mr. lc «s, who was her only child, has e son, Newton Hicks, freshman 1 th « University ••.of Omaha. . 13 GIRLS, 7 BOYS ARE GRADUATED BY SUECELIA'S The St. Cecelia's Academy commencement took place at the church Sunday night at 8 .o'clock, and 13 girls and seven boys were graduated. This was the second class to be graduated from the academy high school. ' The Rev. P. P. Gearen, Onawa, formerly Whittemore, gave the commencement address, and Father T. J. Davern presented the diplomas. The Rev. Magnus Scheme!, Alton, formerly of Kossuth, gave benediction. The class attended 8 o'clock mass In the morning in a body .and received holy communion. After the evening service the members of the class called at the rectory, where they were congratulated by Father Davern and the visiting priests. They also called on the- 'Sisters, and each graduate received a gift. Gifts were presented to Joseph Kelly and Maurice McEvoy in recognition of their having served at the altar ten years. Maurice also received a gift for 99 per cent school spirit. Eleanor Lamuth received a gift for having the highest grade in Latin during her four years; Kathryn Deim for the best all-around student; and iFidelis Arndorfer tor highest standing in religion for four years. Following are the graduates: Agnes Nelson, Margaret Malloy Fern Gisch, Frances Hegarty, Isa- •bel Kain, Mildred Kain, Kathryn Deim, Katherine Cavanaugh, Evelyn Van Allen, Eleanor Payne, June Adelle Aman, Fidells Arndorfer, Eleanor Lamuth, Maurice McEvoy, Emmett Kegarty, Walter Aman, Edmund Capeslus, Joseph Kelley, Charles Hughes, Joseph Elbert. . •— - +-. - — Team in Exciting Race at. Bancroft Bancroft, May 30— There was excitement at the F. J. Welp oil station last week Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. James Fox was bringing a load of oats to town, WARD T. Chubb. A marriage license was Issued (Continued from page 1.) were treated at Mason City. Doctor McCorkle returned to Al- ;ona early next morning. iFuneral services for Ward were held yesterday afternoon at the Werritt funeral home, the Rev. A. English in charge, and burial was made at Emmetsburg. beside the grave of his father, who died some years ago. Ward is survived by his mother and the following half brothers and sisters: Lathem Walker, Princeton, Wis.; Ray Walker and Mrs. J. Grover, Markesan, Wis.; William Walker, Webster C»ty; Mrs. Clara Dumont, International Falls. Mrs. Dumont was unable to come for the funeral, but the others came. Mrs. Mathilda Ward, Burt, his grandmother, and two aunts, Mrs. Guy Giddings, Burt, and MTs. Emily Copen, Whittemore, also attended. Schoolmates are Pallbearers. Ward was a senior in high •school, but he had left school a couple of months ago to go to work. (Pallbearers were former schoolmates: Victor Sampson, Ernest 'Lund, John Shilts, Lawrence Mason, Carl Norman, and Herbert (Butts. Special songs were sung •by Mary Foster, Ruth Malueg, and 'Evelyn Smith. (Ralph was born September 9, 1915, at Burt, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Ward. Till four years ago he lived at Graettinger, whence the Fishers came' to. Algona. Monday to Tedy James Palmer, of Renwick, and Margaret H. Lynch, Ledyard. D. L. McDonald, local real estate broker, spent Saturday and Sunday at Lincoln and Omaha on business missions. The C. M. Franes spent Memorial day at Independence with Mr. Frane's mother. Mr. Frane is manager of the Algona hotel. Mr. and-Mrs*.. M. E. Worster attended the marriage of 'Marie, daughter of Mrs. L. Hlnton, to a Mr. Graham, of Hardy, Friday at West Bend. Mr. and Mrs, Henry Baler Jr. and Elizabeth Baler, both Des Moines, went home Friday after a week's visit at the parental Henry Baler Sr. home. 'E. J. Osterbauer, Rockford, 111., came Sunday for several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Osterbauer, and his sister, Mrs. Ann Fechner. The annual Baptist vacation Bible school for all Algona children 4 to 16 will open at the Baptist church next Monday morning and continue two weeks. Mrs. G. D. Brundage and her daughter Maxine left Tuesday for Goshen, Ind., for six weeks with relatives. En route they stopped at Chicago to attend the fair. M. H. Falkenhainer, Walter iLor- enz, G. F. Towne, and H. M. Smith drove to the Falkenhainer summer cottage in northern Wisconsin last Thursday night for a fishing vacation till Sunday. (Earl Bradley, Muscatine, came Monday to visit his. mother, Mrs. A. iD. Bradley. He has for many -*• more, will conduct .English festival services In the afternoop. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Seller were called to Minneapolis Friday by news of the death of Mr. Seller's )ldest brother Charles \of heart ;rouble. He was 70 years old. Bur"al was made at Montevideo, Minn., Saturday. A widow, two sisters, ind two brothers survive. The Sellers returned Monday. Elwood Norton, who taught at Lawton during the academic year just closed, came home Friday, but goes to Cedar Falls tomorrow to attend summer school. He taught general science, bookkeeping, and manual training, and will go back In the tail. Elwood is the son of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Norton. Mrs. /Roy McAdams, DeRldder, La., has been visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ogren, and relatives at Lakota. She 1s a daughter of J. J. Bischoff, former iLakotan who way county recorder for two terms beginning in 1903. Mrs. De Ridder's mother, deceased, was a sister of Mr. .Ogren. Jessie Smith got home Saturday from Washington, D. C., where she had spent three weeks with Mrs. Vernon Stehle. She is the bookkeeper at the Ice Cream & Candy Factory, and Mrs. Stehle is the tor- mer Etta Ellison. Mr. Stehle, who s in the U. S. Navy band, is a son of Barber and Mrs. S. J. Stehle. Mr. and Mrs. S. D, Quarton, Cedar Rapids, their twin children, 3etsy and Gardner, and Sumner's brother William spent Saturday and Sunday with the brothers' parents, Judge and Mrs. W. B. Quar- on. The boys' sister, Mrs. L. C. Nugent, accompanied them home for a week there and another week at Des Moines. Evelyn Walters, sixth and seventh grade teacher, got back yesterday from Syracuse, N. Y., where she was called a week ago to. atr tend the funeral of a brother.. The brother was killed when, as" he was of the accident. Mrs. Robinson is the former Myrle Stacy, and the Stacys used to live at Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Resseguie, Bvanston, 111., and their children, Joan and Richard, arrived last night to visit Wilfred's mother, Mrs. T. H. Holmes. They will also visit friends at Des Moines and Omaha, 'Wilfred having two weeks vacation. They left Chicago Sunday, and till yesterday visited Mrs. Resseguie's mother at Clinton. Wilfred is in the credit, department of the Continental Illinois National Trust & Savings bank. George Miller, a tiler living at Algona, was fined a dollar and costs of $3.85 Mdnday, when his attorney, P. A. Banson, entered a plea of guilty for him to a charge of assault and battery on Frank, 8- Thls will be the second organized reunion, but five smaller reunions were held before last year, and this year's -will therefore be the seventh, altogether. Many members of the Nelson family lire In this territory. Elsie Specht came borne from Springville Saturday, but will go to Cedar Falls Sunday to begin 12 weeks summer school. She taught at Springville last year and will go back. Her sister, Mrs. A. C. Hoorneman, also Springville, and Mr. Hoorneman came Tuesday for a visit till today with the Spechts. They go to Le Mars from here to attend exercises at which a sister of Mr. Hoorneman will be graduated. Mr. Hoorneman has ibeen .superintendent ot the Springville schools. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Connolly, the - , »«. _n • 1 f, l» 1 *»»* • «**»« AlAl at VI ATA* VSVAIJIVSIA J . liiLO year-old son ot Mrs. Gladys South. latter ' S s i s t er , Lillian Leffert, and The alleged assault took J>lace| Mr- and Mrs> Epley> all of Des when the ad picked up a croquet i Molnes were wee k-end guests of mallet which lay near the sidewalk | ^ e p. at the Miller home. It was brought j out in testimony that Miller siezed the boy by the collar and spanked him. The case was heard by Justice White. Lefferts and the A. E. Mlchels. Mrs. Connolly and Lillian are sisters ot Mr. Leffert, and Mrs. Connolly Is. Mr. Michael's mother. The visitors, the iLefferts, the Michaels, the A. E. Kresenskys, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Stock and Mr. | and Mr. and Mrs. Parkin, of Des and Mrs. Burdette Agard 'attended i Moines, Kresensky guests, picnick- a picnic at Fort Dodge Sunday as j ed at West Bend Saturday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Spoon-1 and at the Ambrose A. Call state years been Muscatine county superintendent of schools And was recently reelected. Mrs. Jos. Bloom accompanied her mother, Mrs. .8. J. Melamed,' to the latter's home at Minneapolis Sunday for an extended visit. Mrs. Melamed had spent several weeks with the Blooms. June Corey, of the Upper Des Moines, has been sick since last Thursday with anemia, but was reported somewhat better early in th'e.-week. She expects to fee back on the job in another week or two. Mrs: Gladys South took her son •Frank to Norfolk,. Neb., Saturday for the summer with relatives. She returned early in the week. Mrs South is in charge of ready-to- wear department at Chrischilles & Herbst's. The Shackelford harness goods sale Saturday afternoon drew a er. Agents of the Equitable (Life j park Sunday. Insurance society who were winners in a national contest for written business in April were assembled there for a picnic. Mr. Agard, who wrote 17 applications in April, and Mr. Stock, who wrote eight, were awarded gold medals for individual achievement in the Fort Dodge district. The Nelson family is making plans for the annual reunion, which has been set for Saturday, July 8, at the Ambrose A. Call state park. Mrs. W. C. Nelson, Algona, Is president of the family organization, and Mrs. A. L. Benschoter, of Irvington, is secretary-treasurer. •4- 8th Graders Get Diplomas. One" hundred and. sixty-three eighth grade diplomas have been issued by County 'Supt. Shirley to graduates of rural schools. HAIRCUTS 25 Cents HENRY LAVRENZ 11 East Kennedy White, to be sure—and thff whitest white—and of courstf they are from Goeders. They ftl* ways take so much care in fitting and helping you to select!' the right style. A white pigskin with kidskin lining and a comfortable heel at KM taking a bath, he reached for a sun lamp and was electrocuted. Miss Waiters has now returned to her home at Audubon. Lucia Wallace, who has spent the last several months with her sisters, a Mrs. Robinson, Orlando, Fla., and Mrs. George Simpson, of Bay Minette, Ala., is expected home late this month. She will leave Bay Minette next Tuesday, but will stop at Chicago to visit the exposition. She will spend the summer at her home on east- North street, occupied till recently by 'the .E. C. Me- Mahons. • Mrs. 'Martin Budack called on her uncle, Dr. Walter Fraser; "Friday. She was en route from Chicago to her home at Spencer, where her husband is Milwaukee agent, and was planning to go on to (Bridgewater, S. 'D., to decorate her (mother's grave for Memorial day. lar« crowd of farmers The stock Her mother was Mrs " Mary Fraser large crowaoi larmers. ine SIOCK, ;H _ Ml ,..- „,,,„ -. •,.,,_ Q_,,I_.,- ,„_ World Fair Beauty [Ruth daughter of Mrs. Wesley ' ' now ot Edw. , s- was recently picked cago Trtt) une In a 'beauty as one ^ 51 girls' 'who represent a queen and Her i at the opening of the Century progress at Chicago. She left 'or Chicago last week di™ y for a roun <* °t ten days toners, parties, shows, etc., p ^ nse ' «»*• according to N ews -Wor!d she will be it <l , wlth a complete dress ' Udng wbi ^ taMete-fe.r- e 8carle * muff a large picture- hat. total Fire LQ§« c atf , owne <l by Fred Thack- e < r, , S0uth of town Iast n ens , day af ternopn and -was two new *' re P <B The cause of th* insur- and in front of the Mrs. Jenks Tom White Named to State Position Tom J. White, once publisher of the Whittemore Champion, has been appointed assistant state superintendent of printing at Des Moines. He, was recently a candidate for appointment as superintendent, but the plum was bestowed on Charles O'Doiuiell, a Des Moines printer. Mr. White has. of late years heen operating a Job printing shop at Jefferson. Lu Verne Man is Granted a Pardon ' A pardon from Governor Her- home a tug bolt broke. This ened the team, which turned north on the pavement at the station Just as a car was coming from the north at a fair rate of speed. If the driver of the car had not turned quickly into the station driveway he would have collided wilh the team. The team was chased with a car and was caught west of the Alonzo Schiltz farm. One of the horses suffered a deep cut in one leg. - ' B j d , w t court Fri . day for .Bruno Ristau, Lu Verne, which inventoried at around $1100, brought a total of about $560. It is reported that Jesse Speraw will open a harness shop. Mr. and Mrs. ,A. L. Peterson attended a senior class play at 'Livermore, their old home town, a week ago Friday night, and Mr. and Mrs. E. A. <Jenrich were also there. Mrs: Oenrich is an alumnus of the Livermore high school. Irma <Dee Phillips went to Sioux Rapids Saturday to visit friends till Tuesday. Sioux Rapids is her former h«me. She traveled with Mrs. G. D. Shumway and the latter's son Davi; who'visited . Mrs. Shumway's mother at Havelock. District Court Clerk and Mrs. E. J. McEvoy drove to .Muscatine Tuesday to take their children, Maurice, John, and Mary Geraldine, to spend the summer with Mrs. McEvoy's two brothers there. Mr. and Mrs. McEvoy were to return this morning. , ; T. H. Holmes, of the Modern Cleaners, has added a new third (Ford truck to his equipment, and Edw. Wolcott will operate It. This Squires, wife of John Squires, formerly a south of Algona. farmer, now of Bancroft. Mrs. M. P. Christiansen and Mrs. Virgil Johnson, the latter of 'Estherville, got home Monday from Lansing, Mich., where they had spent two weeks with the ' G. A. Knudsens. Mrs. Christiansen and Mrs. Knudsen. are sisters. Mrs. Christiansen took her sister home, after three weeks here and at the T. H. Holmes Jr's. Bobby Knudsen came home with Mrs. Christiansen and will spend the summer here. Bobby is 12 years old. .. :.•$ '•'Mrs. 'Arthur Robinson, of Onita, sister of -Mrs. Clara Sorenson, was killed instantly when the Robinson car, Mr. Robinson driving?, dove; down a 20-ft. enbankment, Sun- Sunday, after colliding with another car four miles north of Carroll. Mrs. Sorenson and her mother, Mrs. F. M. Stacy, left immediately for Onita on receiving word Algona Boy Whis Honor. • Max Richardson was chosen last week as one of the honor freshmen in the engineering department of Iowa State college, He was the only freshman picked in the electrical department. The honor is given to the top three per cent in classwork, and it entitles recipients to attend a banquet with the faculty. who was sentenced Oct. 15, 1931, to .truck and another one are used in ten years' at Anamosa on a charge I service to some 30 towns surround- of stealing a car. He never served time, having been paroled .from the "bench at the time of sentence by Judge Heald, with W. Scott Hanna, Lu Verne, as guardian. is Alurona Home Quarantined. The F. H. Skilling Jr. home under quarantine for scarlet fever, and both parents as well as the sons Edward and Gerald are sick. Another son, Richard, is with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Skilling "Sr. . He-isles at Wesley. Wesley, May 30—There are four oases of measles in town: Thayer Miillin, Sterling Lease, Junior Nelson, and Verla May Johnson, who lives with her aunt, Mrs. Brnest Hutchinson, • Party Announces That Sexton Girl Witt Wed Sexton, May 30— Mrs. W. Z. Miller entertained ten young women at an announcement party last week Wednesday in honor of her daughter Ruth, who will be marrjed goon to Philip C. Thornton. Sioux City. The afternoon was spent at games pont BW, here th e sand une. ana T Mjr ' ^backer « , £ wife Jt east of town last and 0 fifine ^ *** • HW AHS W4) D -v, J. *Tm™~&KrS^* K 4UwS issalBtr with a streamer tied in a each Plate. Guests were Neva pl- Jenr Marie Harris, Alberta t Grosen, Thecla Aman, Nell Wise, i sss. college, and for the last two years S T taught' mathematics and biology to a consolidated school as Quasqueton. Mr. and Mrs. Attex, was graduated. Mr. Attex, Mrs, Hartley, and her brother are old schoolmates, and Mr. Attex and Mr. Harmon had no.t seen each other before .in 30. years., No Sunday School Sunday- Sunday school was dismissed Sunday, and a number of Sexton people went to Wesley to hear Lawyer McClelland, Des Moines, speak against repeal of the 18th amendment at the Methodist church. Helen Miller School Closed- Helen Miller closed her school Saturday, and Sunday the pupils, their parents, and neighbors had a picnic dinner at the schoolhouse. They had planned to go to the Plum Creek woods, but rain prevented. School Closed With Picnic— Maris Harris closed her school last Thursday with a picnic at the Ambrose A. Call state park, Algona. She taught the Funnemark school, and next term will the Sexton school. Aid WW Stese May— ie Aid wJOU five a play, story GreVi tMs,wfl- ing Algona. The other truck Is used in town. June Adele Overmyer is expected this week-end from Oskaloosa, where she has taught during the last three years. She will go back in the fall, and will again teach French and Latin. Next week she goes to Iowa City for six weeks of summer school. Mabel Roupe, Minneapolis, came Saturday for a .visiit till yesterday with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. E. Roupe. Her sister Jessie and John Witmer, Mason City, wei» here for Memorial day. Both-girls are still'with the Jefferson Transportation company. Mrs. F. S- Norton and her daughter Eleanor came home from Iowa City yesterday, and Mrs. Norton will remain for the summer, Eleanor going back next week Saturday to attend summer school, Eleanor has been attending the university since early in the year. The Algona Trinity Evangelical Lutheran church wWl celebrate its annual mission ' festival Sunday. The Rev. H. F. Schlie, Livermore, will preach in the forenoon, and the Rev. W. H. Discher, Whitte- LAUNDRY Blankets and Quilts $50,000,000.00 Fifty million dollars increase in value of corn now held on Iowa farms and sixty million increase in the value of our 1933 pig crop. That is what' makes everybody smile. Actually I saw a farmer laugh the other day. It has 'been so long since he could even smile that he was a little awkward about it, but another raise in corn and hogs and he will remember Just how he used to do it. The farmer's wife will soon- begin to buy many things that she has teen getting along- without. Already she is buying shoes for the whole family instead of a pair at a time. Our salea this May are one-third larger than the same month last year. And I want to tell you that shoes have not gone up one cent at Neville's Shoe Store. We are holding to the same low prices, and will as long as our present supply lasts. iNot one cent advance on anything in Nevilles' Shoe Store. The raise in 'farm prices will make more money for them to spend and the more money they have the more shoes and stockings we will sell. When the farmer prospers we all prosper. He is the key to the whole situation. Let the good work go on. In another ninety days we can all sing "Happy Days Are Here Again." We have gone through a heck of a time. We are nearly out of the brush, and I look for five to ten years 'of the best times the United States has ever seen. Prosperity for one'means prosperity for all. White kid 2 eyelet tie of beautiful white kidskin Above is pictured one of fashion's latest, featured in vogue. It has the solid brown leather heel and neutral leather lacing at ' : $6.00 :< Neville "The Shoe Man" Algona, la. A white unlined oxford "with either black or 'brown trimming •—smart and cool, at $8.95 pair ....THE.— Goeders Company \\ Parade "COTTON Yo» can do any thing, f . go anywhere . ..visit anybody ... if you're wearing a smart cotton dress—and here are the smartest of the year. The touches of white that are so important,.. ' the little scarfs and ribbon trimmings that are so refreshing^ We haye included them all in our favorite styles. SJ.OO | DOTS | STRIPES | PASTELS | HAMWOBM I WES | SHEEBS | PIQUES 1

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