Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1933 · Page 12
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 8, 1933
Page 12
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KOBStJTH aottNTY AftVANCfi. ALdONA. tOWA Prices Slashed Tremendous Savings! • • ** III Understand 150 Men's Suits Former $25-$35 val ues, broken lots, at _ _ Instructions from Creditors ing Must 100 Boy's Suits 1 00 boys' knickerboc ker suits $10 values at Men's all wool Dress Pants $2.35 ••••Ml SHIRTS $6.50 to $8.50 values at be the GREATEST MONEY • — — «-fered to the people of Alirona Northwest Iowa. Never before has snch an opportunity been offered at so opportune a time when everybody Is hard up. Here is an oppor- mASn^J" 1 * &ood STANDARD QUALITY *- i * j " iHiNGj FURNISHINGS AND SHOPS at less than wholesale prices. This Is all good clean up-to-date merchandise-not the kind you are ordinarily offered at a closing out sale. I have never seen such values, but my orders are o SELL THIS STOCK, and the onlyUy I kniw J?ii ."m,*?!? is T0 MAKE THE p BICE SO LOW THAT YOU CAN NOT RESIST THE TEMPTA- BUY. You can come here with- the assurance that you will be astonished WIMI me values you will receive for your money JJ® meml)er tha * we can only quote a few of the .., and also remember that ever/St or I®' clothing in this store is GOOD ~ every shoe ls Olt SOLID eARMEM Is This is not an ordinary Steele sale. This is an absolute liquidation sale for the benefit of creditors, and every item must be sold for cash. No Exchanges and No Returns. Broken lots, $2.50 to $3.50 values at Yours Very Truly, MDM'AGH * BABA5T, Trustees. Algoi. low Florsheitn Shoes TKe very finest $10 ^S A _ value, at ^^*3§ Other broken lot* a. low a* $1.25 Men's Dress Hose Values formerly 50c, 75c, $1.00, only \ •" * ' i:" ' ' ^^^^^* Men'* Dress Hats Pri 50c values, broken lots, good quality silk and nainsook and main silk Ba for Cash , REAL ESTATE LOANS We have received a small supply of application blanks from the Federal Farm Loan Commissioner in Omaha. Anyone wishing to refinance their present loan, make a new loan, or redeem their farm, should see us AT once. We have a few very desirable farms for sale and they can be had at a very attractive price and on good terms. McDonald & Co. IOWA STATE BANK PHONE 120 BROWNELL SHOE ALGONIAN'S NIECE, S, C, GIRUS WED Swea City, June 6—A wedding of much interest in Swea City was solemnized in Dickinson, N D Sunday evening at 5:30 when Estili- er Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Anderson, was married to Dr. W. Gilsdorf, of Dickinson, N. D., at the home of a friend, the Rev. Mr. Mazer, a retired .Lutheran preacher, officiating at the ring ceremony. The Rev. Mr. Nazer is an intimate friend of Or. Gilsdorf having made Ms home with the family some years. Miss Anderson is a graduate of Swea City high school and Gustavus Adolphus college in 1931. She has taught in Dickinson the past two years. Dr. Gilsdorf Is a graduate of Minnesota university, and has been practicing medicine in Dickinson the P ^ f l w years ' Hfr fs connected with the clmie there. The bride was dressed in wlrtte embroidered crepe, the .bridesmaids In pale blue and pale pink.. After the ceremony a four-course wedding sapper was served at -the Patterson hotel In Bismarck, w. D. Dr. and Mrs. Gilsdorf will take a trip in northern Minnesota, reaching here to visit the bride's parents in ten days They will also visit the doctor's father at Wabasha, Minn., en route. They w ni go to Yellowstone park and rnninif-e mr,*t i._j> . »'"*" St. Joe Stockman left Algona last jnwrs- day morning with the second con&* ?IL th ° forert a ™r- **>« Algona the - „ „.„ uuja W-CI1C Dodge to complete tlieir tion. Prom Fort Bodge to v Des Moines for training. . went to* Fort ,« ' i ju ? e fte J «st week f°f ft °™ e Jast week Wednesday from Chicago, where he had spent a _few days attending the world's rair. He says it is well wnrfh *,»,„ been Bruce Nagel', „,„„ . uue> writer that" %?"%£ , tw ° Weeks ' ter. He likes the' work and' ; is not arduous, and! that they B I I Irnri ri-n,l fU „ n , J UMUM£ ,, aiiu'. umc uriev an* Uon; ^ haVe ^ niy °*'££ All JB. H. „ the world's it is well worth the ."v JUHI 10 see the changes and improvements that the lair shows * a ™ fc f en Place in 20 years- At a toagb guess the thought 200 Th? 8 ^ l ? n * WSS used for the **ir. ^L m l sslon ds 50e - an d other - about the same as at • Everything one can on exhibition Defeated— beaten on week -PHP a ? U Sames *** week. The juniors lost to Burt 40; the seniors to Bancroft, f \ ^^-M'nnesota ifea-gue' is Qh i n play Sunday; - Sun th t ; the top oft the. lb agu& . agu& wtth three games won; Odin and Swea City are at toe bottom: with, games lost out of three;. COMPANY ALGONA, IOWA Continuing Our Reorganization Sale During CAPACITY DAYS Don't fail to get your stare of the bargains at the old «* " ••* a*- 1 *•'-' I CJJUJV and points west before going to Dictanson, where they will reside The bride is a niece of Mrs. ,D L Leffert, of Algona. Secret Wedding Announc«<l_ Mrs. Albert Swanson last week announced the marriage April 22 of her daughter Esther to Carl Sanft^ "* ^ Bt S, rtow n. S- D., in'fhe . . the tiiVnirt" TT 01 u " luia " n g- Esther, the oldest daughter, was graduated from toe &wea City high school in 1928, and since that time except a.year in Washington, she has worked m South Dakota and Swta thJ'r, £ is the youn gest son of the Gus Sanftners, south of town and was graduated from the high school in 1928, and since that time has farmed with his father south £L t( ? Wn Y They wil1 go to iouse- keeping here as soon as a suitable house can be obtained. Teachers Are Home Again— 'Lucille Thomson, music superln endent-at Manchester, is horn wth her parents, the Frank Thompsons, for the summer vaca It ^nf 3to ? r Smttl >.. music teache atJPenton, Is spending the summer with her parents, the Wa" Snriths. Naomi Hwitt is spenaing the week with her parents, the'Ira ^ewitts. She will attend summer Virginia Fults Is home from Stephens school at Columbia, Mo., which she attended. Katherlne Bravender ^home from Nasfcvi/lle, Tenn. She school there. < ^ e mont Two Go In Forest A TOT— Sidney Hutchlnson and Ralfth William Warblirton, son of Samuel Warburtcms, has 1 transferred to, H'asttegs-, Neb as manager of the Kresge store [here! He has been assistant manager of a Kresge store in Kansas City Mo for some time, He has been with the Kresge convpany since tion from Coe. college., six Goes to YeWowstttte Park— Jerome Johnson left last ' day for Yellowstone park to be a member of the purchasing staff of the Yellowstone Park Ho tels Co. The Gardner office where he lias worked for several years f nlnsorl n>i-o _„ , I > e "rs, I years closed this year and he wi Ibe jo AUTOTRAVEL Good Hope, June ft—Mrs Kato. Anms and her daughter Beth were guests at ID-™,,!,,.. ,-,_ ..." ™ere 6 Sarchett week ago at Iowa City, 'returning Decoration day, accompanied by .Lillian Ackerman, .fiurt, who had been visiting there severaJ weeks 'Dorothy Smith is taking su^er .school work at the State Teacherl college, Cedar Palls. She will in the district *~t which her ' brother back after Memorial day, bull •return for the family in a we* ten days. The Will Brodersons, accomw led by Martha Madson, spenli day with the Carl Madsons, fi Grove, and John Madson came i with thorn to work for the Bra sons. The Good Hope L. A. S. raeetsi the home of Mrs. V. J. Gross I . week Friday. .Note the change! j Thursday. Lost 'Benry Ziemet Jr. and 'Laurence ONLY THE ~~"o u cinci biia drove to Lost Island -- spent tlie day fishing had good luck. Mr. and Mrs! age Turning about, they f heir way back to Mifes Cttr in to ing to . Sylvester Wagner and Richard irt were there late iSunday Fwrin Boy's Arm Broken— •Raymond Sohaller broke an arm gently, W nile he was in the bar™ taking, care of the.horseg. of last ten te " made, day start Westinghouse He is "a J?^, t sainst a Partition. Sfh 11 P Of Mr> and Mrs. George Schaller, farmers southwest of It c ^JS?. I ??? l ^>~vwfc- year Two Attend World's Fair— .., r vlsitors from - week are Wm. Evans — _, Karsten; Both are former residents of Chicago, Mr Karsten ontfo j,air,™ „ ?,' . • » vti r- sten once being there. man Other Swea City. m^i-v Gospel TeanTiifext Sun.i.r mi,_ . - Tcr A* "UflUlll • • . and means double reliability I PaJntere at VcOulre Farm . ve a ng paper on Japan, and story gave an Interest- next relatives n w Monday. The n teat and Children's aan^^ ed at the clutch ""*^ June 8. Win «w ™ coatrol t. !«*«tof «utom«tjc and running W»iMa*l PRATT ELECTRIC CO. . PHONE 170

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