PAGE TWO CutRate Grocery "BELIEVE IT OR NOT" But we can not replace the grocery items we have had on sale all this week for the same money. Compare These Flour Prices Monday our prices on flour Will be raised to the present market level. .Hose $1.35 Bunny Boy $1.48 Miss Minneapolis $1.68 Omar $1.68 Friday and Saturday Only 10 LB Sugar 49c 'With grocery order of three or more items. Only one to each customer. Busiest Little Store in Town. annoonnononc Guaranteed TIRES We pay you for BLOW OUTS BRUISES CUTS FAULTY BRAKES UNDER INFLATION WHEELS OUT OF ALIGNMENT Bill when you ride on ELBERHARAGE South of Courthouse Algona no nanaapaaan MEN PRESENT MOCK WEDDING AT IRVINGTON Irvington, Aug. 1'5 — Some 140 persons attended a miscellaneous shower at Mrs. Martin Becker's last week Wednesday evening in honor of Dorothy Johnson. The house was decorated with blue and .pink crepe paper streamers and white wedding bells. A merry mock wedding was put on by the men. Leslie Jenkins, carrying a catalog, served as minister; Ronald Jenkins, 'the bride, carried a sunflower; Howard iRan- ey, bridegroom, was conspicuous in a Prince Albert; Bert Seeley, flow- r girl, carried wild flowers in a vash basin; Bobby Geigel, ring- earer, carried a harness ring on a .illow. The wedding march was played y Rachel Becker, who began with lere Comes the Bride and ended vith the Irish Washerwoman. She vas accompanied at the last by her rother George, who played a vio- n. Another interesting feature of he event was a Musical Romance, drs. Paul Black asked questions n a love story, and Mrs. Fred Gei- el played songs with titles answering the questions. Part of the evening was spent at ancing to music furnished by !harles Egel and Lee Hiserodt, vi- linists, accompanied at the piano y Effie Egel and Mrs. Charles Deibler. Miss Johnson and her fiance, Irvng Urch, were presented with lany gifts. Lunch was served by upils of a school in the Doan eighborhood and pupils of the Cener school, where Dorothy taught. Irs. Becker's assisting hostesses vere Mesdames Paul Black, Leslie enkins, Matt Kelly, Harvey Johnon, and Hal Skilling. Another hower in honor of Miss Johnson will be given by Mrs. Alvin Weber his week Wednesday. Alponians Tell of Trip- Mr, and Mrs. John Wheelock, son Dick, and Clarence Robison were Sunday callers at M. iL. 'Roney's The Wheelocks recently returned rom a trip to New Mexico, where hey visited Mr. Wheelock's broth er and Byrle Roney, younger broth er of M. L. They also visited th Carlsbad caverns in .'New Mexico and are enthusiastic over the beau ty of these caverns. They plan tc make the same trip in a few years .Hakes Jaunt on Tractor— August Robison, with tractor an plow, left Monday evening for hi farm near Swea City, intending t spend the night at Roscoe Mawds ley's, near Burt, and go on nex morning. He will remain there a farm he has rented and camp ou till he has 70 acres plowed. H and his wife had been making thei home at Rome Robison's since thei marriage a few years ago._ Traveling Boys Camp Here- Two young boys spent Saturda night and Sunday in a tent Jus north of the lumber shed here, is reported that they were fron Missouri, and had been west i quest of work. Having found noth ing to do, they were en route bac to Missouri. They broke cam early Monday morning. Arthur Rileys Making Tour- Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Riley, wh planned to go to Minnesota last week, were detained till this week onday. They will make the Ralph allard home, Redwood Falls, flinn., one of their stopping places. he Ballards visited Mrs. Sankey nd the Arthur Rileys a few days ast week. WorUTs Fair Crowds Find Restful SpoU Tired but happy, the millions who nre visiting A Century of Progress, the Chicago World's Fair. ind benches scattered throughout the grounds for estful recreation. Here tre visitors lined along he sparkling Ingoon, with the Hall of Science and he towering Sky Ride in the background. SOUTH CRESCO YOUTHS GO TO NORTH DAKOTA Throngs Merge on Science Hall at Fair LONG'S GROCERY-MEAT MARKET Phones 214 and 215 WE DELIVER Hamburger, home made, per lb. 10c JLong's Sausage, home made, lb. lOc ."Spare Ribs, per lb. lOc Decker's Pure Leaf Lard, per lb. 1 'Sliced Bacon, extra good, 2 Ibs. 29e Milk Fed Chickens, dressed, lb. l»c 59c Peaches, per peck, Concord Grapes, basket 25c "Water Melon, real quality, lb. _-2c JPeaberry Coffee, best, lb. 19c JPink Salmon, tall, 2 cans 25c .Ketchup, large bottle, 15c, 2 for 25e .10 bars Bob White Soap 25c Frs. Watson to San Francisco— Mrs. R. M. Watson left for San rancisco last Thursday for a few 'eeks with Mr. Watson and their ons Paul and John. She was ac- ompanied by her youngest son Bob, who, having spent the summer " ere, is returning to attend school t San Francisco. •ubllc Social Tomorrow Ulfjht— A home made ice cream and pie ocial will be given at the church annex this week Friday evening. Besides pie and ice cream, coffee and sandwiches will be served, and 5c will be charged for all, or 15c or pie and ice cream. • Other Irvington. The Roy Blythes and Mrs. Nina Blythe, Chicago, recently drove to Mr. Farmer: to Long's, Bring your eggs HUSBAND PLEASED AFTER WIFE LOST BULKY FAT REDUCED 21 POUNDS—SKIX CLEARER AND FEELS MUCH BETTER "I've lost exactly 21 Ibs. with jars of Kruschen and am so happ to get rid of that bulky fat. M husband is very pleased with me .My-skin is clearer and I feel much' better since I'm not so heav on'my feet. Friends say I loo much better." Mrs. Norma Spick 3er, Maugansville, Md. To get rid of double chins, bulg ing hips, ugly rolls of fat on wais and upper arms SAFELY and witl -out discomfort—at the same tim build up glorious health and at •quire a clear skin, bright eyes, er crgy and vivaciousness — to loo younger and feel it—take a ha teaspoont'ul of Kruschen Salts in glass of hot water every mornin before breakfast. One jar lasts 4 weeks and cost but a- trifle at E. W. Lusby, or an •durgstore the world over. Mak sure you get Kruschen because it SAFE. Money back if not satisfied SEE THE WORLD'S FAIR THE BEACON WAY CALL THE ADVAKCJB South Cresco, Aug. 15—Wlllard Zeigler and Eric Anderson left last week Wednesday in the 'latter's car for Hannaford, N. D., to visit the latter's relatives and work at threshing. Willard is to operat? a threshing tractor and then to plow with tractor till freezing weather for Kimball Stenson, former assistant here to Kenneth Deakins on the county farm. Mrs. Stenson died last winter. Hutchison Daughter Is Honored— At a gathering Sunday at Ambrose A. Call state park in honor of Mrs. Rachel Hutchison-Brown, Denver, her husband and daughter Harriet, there were 100 persons. From outside this community were the Dallas Aldermans, Omaha; the Leslie Claytons, Yorkville, 111.; the C. E. Gardners, Bancroft; the Dr. P. 0. Dorweilers, West Bend; the Victor Applegates, Corwith; Dr. L. R. Potters, Shaller; the iRay Miners, Storm .Lake; and Lloyd Perry, Des Moines. W. H. Brandow Sister Coming- Mrs. Florence Brandow Erickson and her husband, Westbrook, Minn., are expected Saturday for a visit at the former's brother W. H. Brandow's. They will be en route to the world's fair and at Chicago will visit another brother, Charles Brandow. Friends here who wish to meet the Ericksons may do so Sunday at Ambrose A. Call state park, where there will be a picnic inner. ainlly Gathering at Runchey's— At a family gathering Sunday at Villiam and Fernley Runchey's /ere Mr. and Mrs. William Green- Racine, Wis., Blythe's grave to and visit see Davlc George eld, Irvington, the amily and Maurice John Ulfers Bilsborough, Down colorful Lief Erlksen drive at A Century of Progress—the Chicago World's Fair—the crowds are merging toward the Hall of Science (in the background) and the Sky Ride. In the foreground (right), visitors •re flocking into the Hall of Religion. Swea City Girls Club Plans Camp Vacation Blythe, brother of the late Mr Blythe. The Roy Blythes wil bring Mrs. Nina Blythe to John Frankl's, where she plans to spen( winter, and take back their son Wendell, who has spent the sum mer with Mrs. V. J. Schichtl. Mrs Schichtl and her daughter, Mrs Joseph Wilhelmi, Bancroft, may g to Chicago with the Blythes. Mr. and Mrs. William Gremmels Davenport, have spent a few. day this week with the Charles Egel's Other visitors at the Egel horn Monday were Mrs. James Arm strong, Burt, and her daughte MSTle, of Spencer. The Armstrong are' former Irvingtonians. Merli who is Mrs. Neil Neilsen, is operal ing a beauty shop at Spencer. Guests at the Morris Parsons home last week were the Rev. L. C. Dudley, son Wallace, and tho latter's fiance, Neva Hemphill, all of Goodland, Kans., Mr. and Mrs. William Parsons, Belmond, Minn.; the Merritt Burtis family, Lone •Rock; Mrs. Frank Shackelforrl, Algona, son Edward, and Edith Reed, all of Algona. The AVm. Boldridges spent a day last week with friends at Britt. Mrs. Frank Doege, Algona, spent two days last week at Frank Ditsworth's. Mrs. Maud Schrader and her son Roger, who had been visiting the Jos. Wilhelmis, of Bancroft, came home iast Thursday. The Rev. A. English preached Sunday on (Behold, I stand at the door and knock—Revelations, 3:20. There will be no church or Sunday school service next Sunday. It will lie announced in next week's Advance >vhether there will be services August 27. The John Schultz family got home -Saturday night, after several days in Illinois with Mrs. Schulz'S mother, who is critically sick. Ba- route home they visited the world's fair. 'enton, Theresa Powell, Mason iity, and the Charles Morrison and ohn Burns families, of Mansqn. Occident Victim is Improved— Word from Leonard Brown, of Boone, who was injured in an auto accident a week ago Saturday, is hat he was able to walk up town ast Thursday. His mother, Mrs. J- Brown, is visiting Mrs. Rita 3rown-MdDaniels at Sioux Rapids, but is expected here this week-end. County Farm Buildings Painted— The Rentz brothers are painting .he exteriors of all buildings at the county farm. The interiors were done earlier in the season. Other South Cresco. Mesdames t>. D. Potter and Kay Miner, Storm Lake, came last week Wednesday, and Mrs. Potter visited tier parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E: Heise. Mrs. Miner and her children remained to visit relatives, and Ray came Sunday with the Or. L. R. Potters, of Shaller, to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs, H. E. Miner. -The Jj. R. Potters went home Sunday, except the daughter Susan, who remaihed^.to visit the Swea City, Aug. 15—The Harri-j son 4-iH girls have been busy late-; ly. August 10 they held a called meeting at the home of Harriet and Helen Poole, , where they made plans for a camping trip. Twelve ^^ girls with several mothers were present. -Fifteen of the girls witli their leader, and several others who were interested, were at Bancroft Friday- Lucille Peterson and | Darlene Kesler gave a demonstra-r tion on recaning chairs. The girls received first on the unit for a gir's room, consisting of three pieces, walnut desk, -Helen Poole; walnut chair, Darlene Kesler; and walnut mirror, 100 years old. They also exhibited a piece of linen 105' years old. They-also won first on i a couch cover, Helen Walstrom; ' waste pap'er basket,'Bernjce Smith; plilow, Helen Walstrom; portfolio, Harriet -Erlokson; and a crocheted ug, Vernette Ditsworth. These ar- icles will'be displayed at the state air. , The • girls, with the help of heir leader, made and sold 100 lozen doughnuts a week ago Saturday, and the money is to be used 'or their camping trip in the near uture. School Bus Contracts Awarded— HolyGrailatFair? H. L. Potters. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Alderman, Omaha, came Saturday evening to visit the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Potter, and Sunday another daughter, Mrs. C. E. Gardener, Bancroft, husband and son, with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Potter were al iL. A. Potter's. The Aldermans left Sunday evening for Omaha. Mrs. Ann Perry, daughter Inez and Grace McDonald, Beacon, anc Mrs. iLelia Griffiths, Des Moines sisters of Mrs. L. E. Potter, visitet last week at the 'Potter homes here, going home Saturday. Lloyc Perry, also Des Moines, spent Sunday at his cousin C. H. Potter's. Mrs. John Burge, son Guy, and Mrs. Carl White, all of Cedar Rap ids, were guests last week at thi F. C. Parks home. Guy had been at Chicago, attending sch'ool in the forenoon and operating a pus! chair a,t world's fair the rest of the time. Among persons who spent Sunday at -Interlaken, near Fairmont, were the George -Hackmans, the Fred Geigels, the F. C. Parks family, the G. C. Stewarts, John Simon Jr., the M. E. Woreters, Mrs. Cora Virgin, and. Frank Shilts. Mrs. A. B. Clayton's brother, James Peterson, and his family returned early last week to their home at Minneapolis, and James' mother, Mrs. O. J. Peterson, accompanied them for a few weeks' stay. Mrs. F. L. Zeigler and her daughters Mariam and Myrna were visitors Sunday at Kanawha. The Great Chalice of Antioch, declared by many, authorities to be the cup used at the Last Supper, IS attracting throngs to A Century of Progress—the Chicago World's Fair. It IB one of many free exhibits. MAPLEUWM WINS ST, JOE, BALL GAME St- Joe, Aug. 16-nAn exciting ball game was seen by fans Sunday on the local diamond when the St. Joe Cardinals again crossed bats with the fast Maple Lawn nine, With excellent pitching and team work on both sides, neither team scored till the first half <* th «.f £ enth inning, when the Cardinals pitcher weakened slightly, and the Maple Lawri team ran In three scores. In the last half of the seventh the Cardinals scored once, and the score remained 3-1 at the end of the ninth inning. These teams have now won game apiece, and it is planned to play'the rubber soon on the Bode diamond, v . . The-Maple Lawn battery .was T, Brodale and .K.-Schrieber, while O. Wagner, A. Klein, and E. Thul battled for the Cardinals. Joseph Berg and George Wagner umpired. ^ The Cardinals manager, Josepr Becker Jr., announces a game next Sunday against St. Benedict here The St Benedict team is said to be one of the strongest in the county having lost only two games this season. The Cardinals have also lost only two games. Holy Day Observed Tuesday— This week Tuesday will be celebrated the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, and this will be a holy day of obligation. Mass will take place at 7 and 9. A church •bazaar will take place the same day, and'a.26c;-plate lunch will be served in the evening. A bowery dance will be given this week Wednesday evening if weather permits. In case of bad weather It will take place Thursday evening. Gravel Crew Still at Work— W." B. Williams, gravel contractor, moved -his crew and working equipment last week Tuesday from the loal. -pit to one two and one- half miles farther north, on the Stewart estate farm. They had be.en graveling secondary roads and expect to finish this week. Daughter for the Cunninghams— Mr. and Mrs. John Cunningham are parents of a girl, born last week Tuesday, August 8. She was baptised Sunday at St. Joseph's church- Anna Kayser is nurse, and Regina Lenertz is taking care of thj>, household .duties. Dance at Shelter House— A good-sized crowd attended a dance at the Shelter house at the Ambrose A. Call park last Thursday evening given by George Wagner and George Scuffham. /Lunch was served. Girl Has Heel Infection— Amanda ; daughter of Mr. " and Mrs. John Thul, is suffering from infection in one heel caused by a water blister. A Humboldt doctor gave treatment. Foxes Are Stealing Chickens— John Geishecker and Henry Kohlhaas report dens of foxes in their neighborhood. The foxes are stealing chickens. John Bormann Builds Home— John Bormann is building a five- room bungalow. William Aman, Algona, has the contract. Other St. Joe. The William Hammers, accompanied by Mrs. Edw. Hammer, were Sunday dinner : guests at A. C. Holtzbauer's, Algona. The Holtz- bauers son Robert celebrated his fifth : ' birthday anniversary. Mrs. Ted Wagner, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. George Lenertz, ' and grandmother, Mrs. Charles Wernert, both of Livermore, was a Fort Dodge shopper last Tuesday. Joseph Clock and Raymond Hahn, Cloverdale, 111., stopped at Joseph Becker's last week Tuesday evening, en route home after a trip to the Black Hills- Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Brandt, Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. John Manthei, Lakota, spent Sunday at the Le Roy Thilges home- The Henry Bormanns left for Earling Sunday to visit relatives, Edmund Frideres is attending to the farm duties. A number of St. Joe folks attend- ,„„..., ' 7/ 1 lb, Breakfast Coffee and 1 can Monarr-h er, ioc stae t^- — •*-: Peter Pan Flour, 6,lb, "bag Pillsburg's Best, 6 ib, bag BOYS, GIRLS-^GET ONE FREE—PU^T SOAP, CJamay, kirk's Cocoa H. w., 3 bars I--—t-;*—'-^--—»-— ' II Toilet 'fissae, "~~ • 1,060 sheet rolls, 6 for >- j Macaroni, bulk, 3ibs. .—•*—' -\ Certo, "for Jells", bottle ___ __ \ Mason Jar Caps} dofcen _ ~~ 4 Rinso, large package _____ ~~~~ J Candy, orange slices, J6 oz. ag t —"^j Bo-Ka Coffee, vacuum pack, lb. Gold Dust, t i large pkg. ] Chipso, . large pkg. || Block Salt, 50 Ibs. .. Stock Salt, 100 Ibs. ! Fresh M< Beef Roast, j| young beef, lb. .1] Veal Cutlets, lb. . A week ago Monday evening the' a dainty lunch, school board met and hired the fol- ( — Bowing route bus drivers: I, S. V. Carter, 39;, 2, Fred Butterfield, Two More Band Concerts— Band 'Director Earl Jos ten re- J38.50; 3, Morris Lien, |27; 4,[turned last week from Chicago, Harry Tish, $38; 5, John Schuler, where he has been attending school $34.25; 6, Nels Swanson, $39.50; 7, Merton Roalson, $28; 8, E .C. Peterson, |43.75; 9, Carl Berggren, |44.50; 10, E. T. Danielson, $39.50; the past six weeks. He announced two more summer concerts by the school band in the park, one to be given this Friday evening and the and 11, Win. Brock, $38. These other hejct week Friday evening, sums total $100 less than last year-1 Former Resident Is Dead— Friends here received word of the death of Mrs. Ellen S. Peet at her home in Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs- Peet, with her husband and family, were long residents of Swea City, and were among Swea City's finest citizens. Her son, R. L. Peet, with whom she lived at the time of her death, was owner of a drug store here many years'. She was buried at Springfield, Iowa, Monday. Baptists Have. Social— Baptist church members and friends spent a sociable evening Friday in the Guild hall. A program of the following numbers was given: piano solo, Pearl McAninch and Esther Smith; vocal solo, Wendell Eckholm; recitation, Joe iFret- ty; violin solo, Virginia Fults. After a short business meeting refreshments were served. W. C, T. IT. Has Guest Day— The local W- C. T. U. held an annual guest day in the park last week Tuesday ffternoon. Small tables were placed in & square, where the 60 women were served A fine program under direction of Mrs. J. M. Dye and. Mrs, William Thompson was given. Mrs. Frank Thomson *n4 3f rs, McCrary serve< Six Attend World's Fair— Those attending the world's fair :rom here this week are Mr. and Mrs- J,. H. Warner, Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. John Ecklund. Principal Has Resigned- Helen Hollis, high school principal here for six years, last week tendered her resignation for next year. Her successor has not yet been chosen. Gamble Branch Is Opened— Saturday the Gamble stores opened a new agency store in the Chas. Rohlin garage. Mrs. Chas. Rohlin has charge of the store. Other Swea City. Irene Ridge ig visiting her parents, the R .E. Ridges, northeast of town. She recently completed commercial course In Des Moines and now has a position there, lived in New Hampton and Is sur- Madelia, Minn., spent the week-end at William Poole's and H. T. Winter's. Evon Winter, of Bancroft, spent the week-end at her uncle. Herb Winter's. (Leonard Peterson is-building l$xJ8 cottage in the southwest part of town. * ed a dance at the Livermore hall given by R. C. Brown Saturday e,ven.ing. Mr. and Mrs. John Hilbert, near 'Corwtth, visited relatives in this vicinity last week Wednesday even- Ing, Suman Naber returned Sunday from a week's attendance at the Century of Progress exposition. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Beseh, Whittemore, were Sunday visitors at John Cunningham's. • George Becker Jr. returned Sunday from several weeks at Matt Becker's, near Burt. ^, M ^- and Mrs. Pat Hundertmark, West Bend, were guests of relatives n this vicinity Sunday, Helen Burnt, Faribault. Minn., spent a short time recently with Marianne Devine. 'Nicholas Becker and Harold Frideres returned Friday from Matt Becker's at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Meyerhofer home Tuesday - • "POSITIVE AGITATIO Hen it is: the greatest advance •ytt made in home cleaning science. Free Home DEMONSTRATI01 Call the Pratt Electric Co. for a free homei onstration this week. There is no obligation. what the Hoover will do for you. Expert Home Servic|| Specially factory trained Hoover men come t eona regularly to give you service on your Hoov you buy a Hoover, you know that you'll have the I in cleaning, and have service when you need it m| gona. New Low Price Lowest price in Hoover history — FOR J WEEK ONLY. 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