Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 26, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1933
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JMOETWO GOOD NEWS It is just like finding money to have your clothes cleaned and repaired for winter use. Suits and Overcoats {Cleaned, pressed and repaired. Send them in now Drapes and Rugs Fall housecleaning time is here. We can make the work lighter for you and your rugs mnd drapes will look like new LAM Wl TA CLUB I REWARD JEST PUPILS FURS FURS Have us clean and make the necessary repairs. Avoid the rush by sending them in early. Modern DRY CLEANERS Phone 537. We Call For and Deliver. Lakota, Oct. 24—The Acorn club was entertained at Mrs. Gus Torine's, near Armstrong, last week Tuesday, 20 attending. The club has decided to give prizes to the outstanding boy and girl in high school, as was done last year, but any pupil receiving a prize twice will be eliminated. Plans for an old-fashioned dinner party this week Thursday were discussed ana committees appointed. iMrs. Robert Williams, club delegate, and Mrs. Delia _ 'Smith, one of the district committeewomen on Iowa History, gave interesting reports of the eighth district convention at Fort Dodge October, 12-13, the club sex tette sang two songs, and Mrs. F 0. Johnson led in group singing. Lincoln Twp. Pioneer Dies— Mrs. Anna Zingg, pioneer in northeast Lincoln township, diec recently, and funeral services were held at the 'Buffalo Center Methodist church. Her maiden surname was Braun, and she was born in Germany in 1845, being 87 at death. She married Gottlieb Zingg i» 1866, Union No. 4 Pupils to Stage Operetta Tomorrow Nitfht Union Twp., Oct. 24— Molly, B Jolly, an operetta in two acts, wil be given by No. 4 pupils directed by Kathryn (Price, teacher, this wee! Friday evening at the schoolhouse In the plot a group of neighbor ing children are playing in the Green family barn. Molly, a spoil ed city cousin who toad wished to spend her vacation at the sea shore, was instead sent to .the farm, where she finds life monoto nous till the youngsters .plan a circus. Two unexpected visitors at bhe circus rehearsal add excite ment, and the operetta closes with. panist. Other program numbers will be a rhythm band and a between-act specialty, Hiram and Mirandy, by (Pearl AH and Alice Will. M. ft D. Club Meets Thursday— Mesdames Ada Hofius and Marjorie Dearchs will entertain the Mothers and Daughters club Thursday, November 2. A play will be presented, with the following committee in charge: ' Mesdamea Nan Ward and Julia Taylor. The olub met last Thursday, with Mesdames 'Erma Harvey and Anna Zanke as hostesses. The program was: song by club; roll call on for- eiern TIPWO- nnnoi> hv PI1i»o>ioth your car Starting POWER NOW «very NATIONAL h "waled" at the factory with a special metal disc welded to the negative pott. Thii "»eal" must be removed before the battery can be installed in your earl Don't take the chance of buying a rebuilt or used battery. Replace now with a NATIONAL, "the world's greatest battery for cold- weather starting." and ten children were born, seven boys and three girls. 'Her husband and two daughters are dead. Four of the sons lived with their mother. The Zinggs moved to their farm near Buffalo Center in 1894. Lincoln F. B. Women Elect— The Lincoln township woman's Farm Bureau met with Mrs. A. T. Buckels Friday: Mrs. Ailts, assisting hostess. Election of officers 'took place: Mrs. J. H. Warburton, chairman; Mesdames Henry Patterson and A. Q. Smith, assistants; Mrs. Lars Reisem, secretary; Mrs. Buckels, treasurer. The next meeting will be the Christmas party for men and women at Warburton's in December. The treasurer reported $7 on hand. Frerkingis to Presbyterian Synod— The .Rev. and Mrs. Frerking went to Dubuque last week Monday to Molly satisfied with life on the farm. Dorothy Alt is Molly. Mrs Green's children, Ralph, Helen, and Stewart, are Stuart Thompson, Evelyn Alt, and Curtis Ward respectively, with Pearl Green. Alt as Mrs. •Ruby Alt and Jerald Schenclt are Sally Jones and Ned (Sennit, neighbor children. (Betty Dixon, Kendall Ward, (Richard Willrett, Phyllis Dixon, and iLee Schenck are other neighbor children. Tim and Jim, who "donlt mean to offend anybody," are Frederick Willrett and Don Ward. Bill Hamon, Ralph's chum, is Robert Householder, and Little (Brother is Raymond Schenclt. Mrs. 'F. S. Thompson is accom- COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA. 1QWA WOMAN'S HEA HURT IN BUM AT ) Schenck. Two Couples to World's Fair- Mr, and Mrs. Frank Cruikshank and Mr. and Mrs. iFloyd Garner returned recently from a week at the world's fair, Chicago. The trip was made in the former couple's car. Ruth Cruikshank stayed with the Leonard Cruikshanks and attended school. ' Other Union News. Irene Aten, Burt, spent last week Wednesday and Thureday with Kathryn Price, No. 4 teacher. Both attended I. S. T. C. last year and oomed at the same house. The Frank Ryersons, Burt, en- ertained the A. B. Schencks and aithryn Price at dinner Sunday. attend synod and visit their son Norman, attending a university •there. They were accompanied by Henrietta Kliest, who will make her home there, and by Minnie Griffith, who had been visiting the George Edwards family. After a few days at Dubuque Miss Griffith was to return to her home at Lancaster, Wis. Methodist Aid Plans Bazaar— Mrs. E. N. Clemans and Mrs. Harry Moe entertained the Methodist Aid at the Olemans home last week Wednesday. Plans for the annual bazaar were laid, and it was decided to hold the bazaar November 21, at the church. Mrs. 'Roelfsema had charge of devotions. Academy Boys Pick Corn— John Ailts, John Tapper, 'Ester iSmith, and Nantz Tieden, of German township, all of whom are attending the Pleasant Prairie acad- POTTERY TALK GIVEN BEFORE LU VERNE CLUB Lu Verne, Oct. 24— The Rev. Wm Baddeley gave a talk on pottery before the Progressive Woman's club at the Baddely home last Thursday. The subject was one about which he could speak with, authority, for he was employed in a pottery plant in England more than 25 years. He told of the various processes through which dishes must pass, and the many ways to distinguish good China from inferior .pieces. The talk was illustrated with a collection at China which the Baddel- eys brought from England, also with pieces brought by club members. Sixteen club members, the public school faculty, and Mrs. Priscilla Schaeffer attended the meeting. Mrs. H. H. Phillips gave a report of the recent district federation meeting at Fort Dodge. Little Girl is 4; Party- Mrs. Walter Lenz entertained neighboring children Sunday afternoon in honor of her daughter Jean Marie's fourth birthday. After games lunch, including a birthday cake with candles was served. An- FOR SALE BY HELBERG'S GARAGE At your service day or nigbt. Sleeping emy, German Valley, 111., came home a week ago to help husk corn. Dorcas Class is Entertained— Mesdames Guy Beemer and F. 0. Johnson entertained 25 women at a Dorcas class tea at Mrs. Beemer's last week Monday. The women were asked to bring sewing, and the afternoon was spent at visiting. other birthday celebration took place Friday night, when friends eran parochial school will be celebrated November 5. Other Lu Verne News. The Rev. Wm Baddeley took Mrs. Baddeley to Pocahontas 'Friday night to accompany Doris Baddeley to Sioux City for homecoming at Morningside and visit Betty Holdcroft and Wesley Baddeley, who attend the school. The J. L. Lichtys took Ruth to Goldfield Sunday to accompany Frances Kafoele to Des Moines Saturday to resume work at the (Dickinson secretarial school, after an enforced absence ow two weeks due to illness. The Rev. L. Winttenburg attended a North Iowa Conference for Lutheran pastors at the Beaver township church between Thor and Humboldt last week Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. C. (F. Starke, Riceville, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Star- te, Curlew, the George Dietzels, Spencer, and the F. W. Thompsons, Eagle Grove, were Sunday guests 'Irvington, Oct. 24—Mrs. Martin Jordan received a painful head in Jury one day last week when her head struck the top of the ca: when she and Mrs. Jordan crosses the new bridge by the William Rutledge farm returning from Algona. There are planks slantec down to cover a drop of severa inches from the floor of the bridge to the road. It is not conspicuous and is dangerous. She tried to save herself by gripping the sides of the car, but her forehead struck the top of the car. She suffered a sore ihead, a stiff neck, and had trouble with her eyes, which were swollen shut for a time' after the accident, both turning black. Mr. Jordan had a trailer attached to the car, and in getting up speed tor the hill forgot the bump.lt is reported that an Algona woman was injured in the same manner October 12. School Has Declam Contest— A declamatory contest was held at the Irvington school last Thursday afternoon when a Mrs. Hudson; of Algona, and four AJgona normal training declamatory speakers, Mary Helen Hudson, Marcine Fraser, Dorothy IFraser, and Adine Thompson were Judges. Pupils and selections are: 1 and 2 grades—The Little Turtle, Arthur Meiers; What the Clock Says, iDewey Skilling; Poor Sick Dolly, Bernadine Riley; The Dolphlin Man, Robert Summers; 3 and 4 grades—The Dentist, Thelma Spurgeon; The Party, Duane Riley; Bubbles, (Phyllis Maxwell; At the Zoo, Shirley Roney; 6-6-7-8 grades—'Buttons, Helen Aigofta. fey the Ret* P. 3> Met* dado, of the Kossulh ho*pl tal and, a Mrs. Wagner, «foo of At gona, were sponsors. , ,. . Mrs. Loris Crawford and two sons, Minneapolis, recently drove to Algona with Mrs. Dorothy Me Mahon, and visited her parents, the Frank Millers. Mrs. Fred (Barthol men took the Crawfords home. The Missionary society met 'Friday at the church. The afternoon was spent in making white cross bandages, and after a short devotional service, a covered dish lun cheon .was served. (Ernest Egel, of Irvington, Ernest Bowman, Algona, and Robert "Loomis, Humboldt, returned Saturday from Chicago after three days at the .world's fair Mrs. Mabel Potter is spending a few days at O. IL. Miller's. Betty Mae has been out of school for. a few days with the flu. Several cases are reported. The Clair Robinsons, who have been living in a house owned by Mrs. Charles Sankey for several months, recently moved to Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lyons are >arents of a son born Saturday. Urs. Lyons is with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hiltman, of Wesley. Aid will meet this Thursday af- ernoon at the «hurch parlor, Mes- lames Frank Ditsworth and Albert Butterfieeld hostesses. Zelba Winkie, Fort Dodge, spent Saturday and Sunday with her pa- ents, the Harry Winkles, in Algoa. LUVEBHE.ISDEAD Lu Verne, Oct. 24—MfS; William Wiesenburif, who broke het- hip October id aa a result of a fall, suc- combed to the shock Friday at her home, Services conducted by Rev, L. Wittenberg were held Sunday afternoon at the home and at the Lutheran church, and interment was made in Lu Verne cemetery. , Her maiden name WMAugusta Behnkendorf, and «he was iborn in Germany Febuary 8, 1867. In 1882 she was married to William Wies- burg, who died in 1929. Six children were born; 5 survive: August and Fred, Bode; Reinhold, Wallace, Ida, and Gottlieb, address Unknown. OCTOBE R| A daughter, Mrs. Tim. « years ago M * wared her E rand ( £,> Bush, who helpedi w ght6f in 1896 the wiesS,"^ fc r _ ic ?,. and .?'ttled n > where they which they Besides the fle survived by li sisters, Hulda 18 ,,; eafL n to the 01, WANT at H. E. Peitzke's. The George Thompsons, Led- Sickness IF YOUR RADIO HAS IT call Ben's Radio Service have it doctored. Operating under the radio Manufacturer's Association plan for service, giving satisfactory results at a fair price. Phone 577 or 520-W BEN'S RADIO SERVICE Coal We handle what we think is the best coals in their respective fields. For good coals at a fair price and excellent service, call Orphans Home Truck Here— A truck was in this vicinity last week Tuesday, gathering fruit and vegetables for a Lutheran orphans' home at Waverly. It stopped at many other towns on the way up and back. Conrad Blomes Leave Lakota— Conrad Blome has sold his property in town to the (Rev. Mr. Fletcher, and has moved to Des Moines. Other Lnkota JVeAvs. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith drove to Mankato Sunday to meet and bring home Mrs. C. R. Smith, who had been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ward Dawson, at 'Excelsior, Minn., two weeks. Messrs. E. ;R. Worley, William Clemans, Harry Moe, and F. O. Johnson went >to Hayf ield last week o£ Francis Sanford surprised him at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanford, the oc casion being his 19th birthday. Th evening was spent at Progressiv Rook. Halloween Party at Church— The first Halloween .party of th season was held (Friday evening the Junior Christian Endeavorer and their leaders, Anna Murra and Mrs. F. I. Chapman, attending The children came in costume, ant seasonal games were played, ghost appeared to make thing spooky. Duane Thompson, Ledyarc and Betty Coperan, Pine Ridge, Ky were guests. Good Will Club Meets- Emma Krause was hostess to the Good Will club last Thursday, Mrs Arthur Krause assisting. Fifteen members and three visitors at tended, and the time was spen at piecing a qiult. The next meeting will be held November 16 at Mrs J. J. Wadloigh's, Mrs. Paul Blumer assisting. Inez Dawson is Bride— Mrs. T. L. Williams and Mrs Lloyd Zentner, attended a recem miscellaneous postnuptial shower in honor of Mrs. John Host, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Host was formerly Inez Dawson, well known at Lu Verne, where she has often visitec her aunt, Mrs. Williams. Botsford Lumber Company The Home of Peerless Coal Phone 256 JIM POOL to City district. Mrs. J. F. Behrends, Davenpor George Behrends, Chicago, and Mr Jesse Dugan, Burt, mother, brothe_ and sister of Nick 'Behrends, wer recent guests at his home. Charles Lewis Sr., who had bee visiting his daughter Charlotte a Bode, came home Friday, an Charlotte and her son Roger cam with him for a visit. Mrs. E. R. Worley entertainec her Sunday school class at he home from 7 till 10 Saturday even ing. Mrs. Worley teaches the In termediate class. The Weir Frettys, Buffalo Cen ter, were a week ago Sunda guests at Lars Reisem's. Mrs. Fret ty is a former pupil of Mrs Reisem. Mrs. Guy Beemer, son Bobby, and Audrey Hastings left Friday nigh for Chicago to attend the world's fair, returning Sunday night. The Roy Farringtons, Montgom ery, were Sunday visitors at A. Q Smith's. Mrs. Farrington is daughter of Mr. Smith. Mrs. H. H. Murray went to Forest City one day recently to attend a birthday party in honor of her mother, Mrs. Hansen. The local Luther League went to Titonka Sunday night and gave program at the Lutheran church there. Mrs. Lars Reisem entertained Buffalo Center friends at a quilting bee last week Wednesday. The J. A. Bargars have moved to Miss Kliest's house. Mr. Bargar is postmaster here. The Otto Koppens went to Livermore Sunday for a visit at Otto's brother Joseph's. The seniors will give their play soon. They have chosen The Arrival of Kitty. All local teachers went to Algona Friday to attend institute. ucky Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Copenal, Pine Ridge, Ky., and her daughter Betty were ^guests of the former's brother, Dr. A. J. Eason, over the week-end, and Mrs. Eason and Marjorie accompanied them to Alton for a visit. The Copenals are doing missionary work. Andrew Neilson Has Operation- Andrew Neilson went to Iowa City one day last week and had an operation Thursday for sinus trouble. His brother Albert accompanied. Mrs. Andrew Neilson and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch, Eagle Grove, drove to Sunday. Iowa City to visit him Four Birthdays Celebrated— A family dinner was held at Gus Krause's Sunday in honor of four members of the family whose birthdays are in October: Gus himself, Arthur Krause, Frank Krause, Renwick. S. S. Boys Have Outing— Maynard Spooner and his Methodist S. 6, class of boys 12 years old took advantage of the one-day school vacation Friday for a day's outing at Ambrose A. Call park. Lawrence Murray Gets Job- Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Murray have vord that their son Lawrence, assistant to the Humboldt counay engineer, has been appointed to lelp in a re-survey of Iowa. "hicken Supper Next Saturday— The Junior Epworth League lans a 25c chicken supper at the ity hall this week Saturday eve- ing. laskatchewan Visitors Are Here- Mr, and Mrs. Otto Ristau arrived rom Saskatchewan one day last reek to visit relatives. chool is 25 Tears Old— The 25th anniversary of the 'Luth- •ard, were guests at W. B. Mason's evening, accompanied by H. Mason, Charles City, who remained to visit his father and other relatives. The R. F. Snyders left last week Wednesday for a vacation which vas to end with a visit at the vorld's fair. Ray Overturf is relief man at the C. & N. W. depot. A daughter, Joan Faye, was born October 14 to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Krause, Winnebago, Minn. 'Leonard is Mr. and Mrs. Jim Krause's son. iNorma Partridge and Ruth Smith spent the week-end at Chicago attending the Century of Progress exposition. •Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes are parents of a boy, born last week Monday. They the family. have two girls in A number from !Lu Verne attended the home talent play given by +*„ T „„,--_ Auxiliary, at Algona the Legion last week. Dwight Sipooner, Rochester, has been visiting his parents here and his brother iLloyd at Fort -Dodge. Irene and Bernice Swenson drove to 'Decorah Friday afternoon to spend the week-end at home. There will be Sunday evening services at the Preshyteran church, beginning next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Westling Fort Dodge, were Sunday guest at Otto Westling's. J. J. Wadleigh recently had a visit from his sister and famil; from Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Benz, Dun nell, Minn., were recent guests a Gus Baessler's. Miss Leona Ramus sipent thi week-end at Rockwell City with Alice Kuebler. Leonard Henderson, of Drake university, spent the week-end at lome. Erwin Koch, Lutheran teacher s attending a conference at Pomeroy. Mrs. C. D. Bemis, Storm Lake, has been visiting old friends here. Mrs. Harry Lichty was sick last week. Leigh; Is It Fair, (Esther 'Scheppman; A Boy's Life, Wayne Schichtl. Preparations for Housekeeping, Betty Mae Miller. These pupils and others will give a program at the schoolhouse this (Friday at 8 p. m. for parents and families. Lunch wiM be served. Birthday Is Celebrated- Mrs. Wm. Metzen entertained Sunday at dinner, in honor of Mr. Metzen's 60th birthday. Guests were Mr. Metzen's sister and [family, the Henry Prudes, of Des Moines, and the Fred (Langermans, Swea City. Local guests were the (Peter Hals- rudes, the Robert Caseys, John Hammers, Mrs. Ed. Hammer, Lawrence Decker, Mrs. Emma McCon- neJI, the Barney Capesius family, Mrs. Link Singleton, Mrs. Monroe MoLauren, the Wm. Boldridges, and Vern Barkers. Helps Care for Mother- Mrs. Corneilus Larson, Lake Park, Minn., arrived last week to stay with her mother Mrs. August Johnson, who is in ill health. Mrs. Larson's sister, Mrs. Fred Larson, and her brother, Wm. Johnson, also of Lake Park, were unable to come, but plan to come later. Win. runs a stock farm and ships to Fargo, ADDING MACHINE ROLLS TYPEWRITER CAEBON AT THE ADTAITCE NOTICE TO AUTOMOBILE DRIVERS ce * A is pantment. Through our Universal Motor"R'oad - cate which is issued with your automobile liability provide you with personal accident insurance hurt; also reimbursement for tow-in expense and claim, report expense. ' If you are looking for the very best service in automohii, • ance protection at the very lowest cost, consult our t''" 8 "'' further particulars. r a S e icy fo r We Maintain on Extraordinary Automobile Insurance THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY C. R. LABARRE Insurance - Loans - Suretv Bonds _ Investment,, flllHIIIIIIIIIIIIH RICE 31bs. Cut Rate — Grocery — FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALS First Door West of Swift's Navy Beans 3 Ibs, 13c | Sugar, IQlbs. 49c Iks. lie N. D. He had a croup of 1500 I Milk tall cans, 3 for 1 7c | Salt, 2-10c sacks . 15c | Dried peaches, 2ibs 21c 1 Bacon sq., Ib. . 9c Dried ApricotsjjbsjSc Green Tea, 1 -2jbTjk Mustard, large jaTjjc Dill pickles, qt. 14c Sliced Bacon 2 Ib7~25c! | LONGHORN CHEESE, Ib. 15c! bushels of potatoes to be shipped Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven ipent Sunday at Corwith with Mr. Steven's sister, Mrs. Harry Mer- nam. There was no school here Friday. The teacher, Marie Harris, attended institute at Algona. Alberta Gro- ienbach, who teaches the Parsons chool, south of Algona, also at- ended. Mrs. Henry Phillips, Wesley, and sr children spent .Saturday with he former's mother, Mrs. G B Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Aman spent ast Thursday at Mason City. Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and Edith vere dinner guests last Thursday * Clem Cunningham's. James Brophy finished picking corn Monday. He is first in this community to finish. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond, Wesley, were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Hammond's mother, Mrs. Amy Smith. The dinner was in honor of Mrs. Hammond's birthday. Mrs. John Huff, Sr. has been sick with the flu. The Fred Nearings spent Sunday at Britt with Mrs. Nearing's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glave. that the propose to go it alone." and Eugene have returned from Mason City, where they spent a week with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Baker. Mrs. G. B. Wise and her family spent Sunday with the son Mack at Mason City, to Texas. Woman Has Second Stroke— Mrs. Wm. Rutledge suffered a second stroke last Saturday night. Monday she was slightly better and able to recognize those around her The oldest daughter, Mrs. Frank Allen, who had been with her mother for a Week returned to Rockwell Sunday. The twin daughter Mrs. Sidney Barker, Lamberton', Minn., and Mrs. Charles Cox, near Osage, are now at the farm. Corn Pickers Have Boils— Frank Kulon has been suffering from a carbuncle on an arm. Paul Werner, employed at the Kulow farm, has an infection in an arm. Many others have boils, infections etc. It is noted that practically all of those suffering from these infections have been husking corn. Wedding 1 Date Observed— Mrs. Elliot Skilling, Algona, entertained Sunday in honor of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fry's 3Sth wedding anniversary. Other guests were the Robert Carneys, Victor Hertigs and Willard Greg- sons, Algona, and the 0. L. Millers. House Being Renovated— Mr and Mrs. Martin Jordan, who bought the Rist cottage a few weeks ago, have been making numerous improvements and repairs on the yards and buildings. The property had been unoccupied for many months. Mr. Jordan is a carpenter. Gets Old Job Back Again— Leo son of the John Ramuses, recently went to work as time keeper for John McGuire on road work in Pocahontas county. Leo was employed with the gang for four years some time ago. Recently he ihas been with his parents. George Godfrey Gives Talk- Friends and old neighbors », c again listening to the familiar voice of George Godfrey, w ho is giving a series of talks on Ways of Happiness. Tuesday morning he presented Faith as a sure means of finding happiness. Joins Corncob Radio Club- Rome Robinson recently became displaying a certificate a cob pipe. Radio Club" of Virginia, and is displaying a certificate a cob pipe Tw 6r t0ken ° f meml)erslli z> is on Other Irvington. The Louie Schaffers, West Bend, .pent Sunday at Henry Scheoo- nan's Mrs. Schaffer is a sister of T C H < £ I>m * n - Other guests were Ted Hams and Minnie SchenD- nans, who is employed at Har- W , SoreiMon'B. Mrs. Arthur Riley and daughter Marjorie, Lu Verne with Mrs - COOKIES Fancy assorted, 2 Ibs. 29c BUTTER Ib. 22c! 5 Ibs. . 10 Ibs. SYBUP Golden. 25c — 45c CORN FLAKES or BBAJT FLAKES 3 '*%•• for Z5C *"* — — -— — _ ^m^f^f i 1 Ib It) PEABERRY COFFEE JoCJ I TOILET TISSUE. 1000 sheets, 3 rolls Ifel 2 Ibs. CRANBERRIES .21C Plenty of Parking Space Produce buyers next _door.W'c don't buy eggs. SWEET POTATOES 7 pounds 19C! "Busiest Little Store in Town" IIIIHIIIIIIIIIIH § Trading Will Restore Prosperity! are Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bedell were business \callers toere last week Tuesday. From here they went to Pipestone to visit their daughter, Mrs. Benjamin. Mr. Bedell is having wire corn cribs built on his farm where the O. L. Millers are 1 now living. Donald Clifton, infant son of Mrs Monroe MoLauren, was baptized at the Evangelist Lutheran church | We Have Furniture - You Have Com | We will aHow 2 Cent8 | inu i» your chance to get a new living room »«»«• ° 0n ^- UIte ' rug w odd piece of furniture. Near- y c? ° D our floor wa» bought before any h ° p aroui »d, then *ee what we can Foster Furniture Co.

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