Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1933 · Page 5
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 20, 1933
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wn Ni.bft.nvLV BY THE HAVY rot- Four Corners Club I given in honor of Virgie Halsrad / i -""& >v«> spent at games. Virg:! Irvington, July IS—A recent let- f received a number of birthdaj j*r from Boss Robison, .KialispellJ*^^' Mont., Deported that nis youngest'— ~ ~'- I^S^JSISf^^J^^^- SS2 te"«tedia ? »^^iid^ia8h^,^M ( A^e* f l ope d after a wire Hfl:t'**hi4kM*u.A 4JL^ *_ a %. •»_ ..._ _ , ac- ./T '_ ~ » 1 "!» ™"»*'*'jvJi'«'«' -*«S*1*1.41— |X&riMiU,^i«a^iK]iom'l(ra. ^niae ner^nome when a. " '* Ji T!t*,«tfnpwinBJi«tooke.' . «hother ^stroke -' 9. visited at'the 'Lemkee *evewl times. JgdM Sick— 5' John Mcnhatan,: of 'Illinois, *r- ' -n Reaper, dnr- Reaper's sick: . Reaper IB suffering from aa complications, and lias Jbeen sconftaed to fals bed many ^weekr. His condition has not 1m- , Tom Chilton, who went to Roch- «ster * -week ago Sunday for ^hys- "» i »*a«**ttnie late last affairs, er ( ra8me8s afairs, '^folBB liack ^nnday'for an operation |or«lcers <tfd*e atomach this ^week vm\ be SPOTiM-wntte Cross sewing. A «n*red^i«ft . luncheon ^will „ be K.^P««one3w and MrsI A. * Saturday at Mason ^r— TT*" \ V^'iGrobe, .who _~, neen there with_ her 'sister, Mrs. Henry^oSng, and Jeanne lx»f- ing «ime Acre -with Mrs. McLean. Mr and Mrs. George Koerner, daughter Joyce, Mrs. lallie Moffet, and Mrs. Charles Reeves, who'"nad spent a week and ,a half with the J. P.^NickersOnsi .have returned to their Illinois homes. ." Mr. !L. J. liowman, 11 -Mrs; - Roy Lowman, Barbara Jane - DeMuth, and Mr. and Mrs.^Orrille Holdren were guests, at Everett Witham's Friday night. Ice cream was served. Marjorie and Doris Drayton got home recently from three weeks in Illinois with relatives. With Mrs. Herman Lindeman, Humboldt, the attended the world's fair. Evelyn Nickerson, the Georg Koerners, Moffet; and Mrs. Reeve were -visitors at Arthur Cruik shanks last week'Tuesday evening [ Mr. ana Mrs. Boles, of Gamer » were Sunday Tisitors at William IJBoldridge's, and their daughter tor , *ermons on por- «cripture hard to <un£er- a * 8t Sun^ Sunday he explained ^Ufficttlt paauges of the Apostle's' » An flMH^r C«n— Banners -here "are «nd res/B to shell »rtr <coiA So much •helling Js be- tt *" *eendifficult »rmM» to get a sheller. Twenty-six persons attended an Aid meeting "at the Annex last Thursday. Mrs. V. J. Schichtl and Mrs. M. L. Soney were hostesses Edward> and (Barbara, children of Mr. and Mrs. Loren iRutledge i recently visited their grandparents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rutledge. The Elmer Doles recently returned from a several days vacation at Rochester and Minneapolis, where they visited relatives. Mrs. Percy Schichtl and her son Jerry spent several days last week with the Otto Ramus family, iu. DOM'S BARGAIN STORE ; Equal to the beet! •AVEHALF f Pour Corners, July IS — The Four Corners M. & D. club met :___ Thursday with Mrs. Alice Ditsworth, 62 present. Roll call wa answered with humorous remark of children, and 1 the song, Iowa !Ti» Iowa, was sung. A program given lie; children: welcome song ifrv^?*??' ?ecitetlo n.'-Marjorie Kitchell; song, Mary Joyce and 'hyllis Uch.vjrecitation, Betty Lou >rayton;,..^piano -solo, ^Margaret Ditsworth;'ifccitation, Doris Drayton; «ong r r'O»al-and' Edith Sabin; >iano solo, Mary Cruikshank; song, Helen, TBernice, and Marie Walker; iiano solo, Marjorie Drayton: song, Htelma and lona Wttham; song, Jobby and Dick Ditsworth. This be- ng the first meeting of the new r ear, the,new president,. Mrs. Pearl •Potter, presided. A t gift was presented to the retiring president, Mrs. Verla Lowman. The next meeting will be on September 14 with Mrs. Clara Drayton. Threshing About to Start— A threshers' meeting was held at Edward Rich's Monday night. The run plans to start this week Thursay or Friday if the weather permits. .• • Rain is Again Needed— Despite, the heavy rain of two veeks ago, this neighborhood is gain badly in need of rain. ' 'Other Four Corners. The J. p. Nickersons, their Illinois visitors, and the Lurhl Fess- lers, Ringsted were dinner guests of the Tern Hulings, Britt last week Tuesday. Little Faye Fessler who had spent the last three weeks with her grandparents, the Nick- ersons, accompanied her parents home. SEMI-ANNUAL NATION-WIDE SALE ^^^^^^•^•*** HHHHV *BIB^BHBM H ^^^^^^^^^^^^^BMHi^^BBl Discontinued Styles m JETncr SHOES FOR WOMEN JULY" 17 "'"•29"' RCCULAR STYLES l9* fIZtS and WIDTH f to«cY Startling, Stupendous and Exhibition -Now AH under one great canvas—the Big Top S.AJ •Oil, TJre Prices are going up «very 4ay. We are still selling tires at the old price. Come in—we carry the largest stock of tires in Algona. 30x3^ £9 M^ oversize )3.41 440x21 ^ O Oo 450r21_ 9O.OC 475x19 $445 Spark. Plugs reduced price__~ TUBES, red, 50x8^ 79c Batteries 13-plate battery while 50 last— $3.69 each PAINTS AM) VARMSH every We guarantee can we sell. Get our prices first. Varnish, gallon *«-* lots only ______ 3 I C Porch and Floor f M ^ Enamel, qt. ____ 94 C House Paint white, gal.__ Barn Paint A4 A gallon ________ 94C Regular Dollar Wash Dresses, fast color at 39c.—Dainty Hot Weather Knit Sweaters, values to $1.75, now 79c. — Regular 19c Batiste and Voiles, fast colors, now 12|c yd. — Regular 59c dimity check Union Suits for boys and girls, now 17c.— All wool rib Bathing Suits, regular to $2.95, going at $1.69.— Smart washable white bags, including values to $1.45 now are j 78c.—Smart silk Dresses in light or dark colors, values to | $8.95 are now $1.98.~Newest styles in smart hot weather silk I Dresses, values to $11.75, are on sale at $4.95. — Style right j white wool coats with silk linings, are reduced from $11.75 to | $6.95.—Dress Skirts of rough silk, pique, wool mixtures, are I reduced to 98c.—and a shipment of new white kid Footwear, I tie patterns with medium heels are here for $2.95. | BLOOM'S Bargain Store Across the Street from Foster Furniture Store ^i»Hiii»iiiiniii»iiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM

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