Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 23, 1933
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FAOBTWO CHICKEN DINNER 20c and 35c Home-made candy, baking dressed poultry, etc. Miscellaneous needlework. GOOD HOPE COMMON- ITY BOOM TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28 Beginning at 6 p. m. a ana aa n White's Grocery HOT SHOTS FOE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Toilet Paper, 3 for lOc Ctolden Syrup, tin 9c Clothes Pins, pkg. 5c Dried Peaches, pkg. 9c Popcorn, 15c tin 9c Sardines, 2 for 9c Otoe Soup, 2 for 12c Mackerel, can 5c Xarge Milk, 3 for 16c Kraft's Cheese, pkg. 15c Macaroni, pkg. 5c Good Coffee, lb. 15c Pigs Feet, jar 9c Picnic Hams, lb. 9c MarshmallOAVs, lb. 15c Mince Meat, pkg. 9c We close all day Thanksgiving. JCQSBWtt CQPNW ADVANCE ALQONA, IOWA Kossuth Youth to Receive WHITTEMORE BOY TELLS OF LIFE IN CAMP "Whlttemore,^ Nov. 21—The Civilian Conservation Corps which was William Doocy, 75, Bancroft. Dies on Visit in Minnesota Bancroft, Nov. 21— Funeral ser vices for William Doocy, 75, whc died at Bird Island, Minn., las week Monday, were held last Thurs day morning nt the LeJyara Oath oiic church, and burial was made In stationed at Lake Andes, S. D. dur-lst. John's cemetery here. Pall bear Ingr the summer has been moved to L«.ke View In the second county south ot Spencer. The camp consists of 250 men, with Capt. H. J. Crigger, 7th Field Artillery, Des Molnes as commanding officer. Lu- clan, son of Mrs. Joseph Meurer Sr., Thanksgiving Specials! Large 2 1-2 size Pumpkin, , 2 cans 23c Crackers, 2 lb. box 21c Pure Cocoa, 2 lb. pkg. ___21c Cranberries, 2 lb. box ___25c Dates, 2 Ibs. 23c Mustard, qt. jar 13c We have everything to complete your Thanksgiving dinner. Give us your order early for choice Turkeys, Ducks, Whlttemore, Is a member of the camp. Lucian reports that a celebration took place at Lake View Saturday evening November 11, to welcome the boys. A program was given, and cake, Ice cream, and coffee were served. Cookery in the camp Is on. large scale, according to Lucian. It takes 130 pounds of beef for a meal. One hundred twenty pounds of bread, 50 cans of peas or 20 cans of tomatoes, 150 pounds of potatoes, 60 dozen eggs and 16 pounds of butter are consumed daily. Every man jets an apple or an orange dally. Some 250 half-pints of milk and six pounds of coffee are used daily. The men rise at 6:15 a. m. and >egin work at 7:30. Lights have to be out at 9:30 p. m. Breakfast is served at 6:45, dinner at 12, and supper at 5 p. m . The men work five days a week. The camp covers five acres at the lorth edge of Lakewood park, and here are nine buildings as follows, mess hall, 150x20 feet; bath house, 0x20; hospital, 80x20; headquarters uilding. 100x20; and five barracks, ach 120x20 feet. Lucian, who spent Sunday with is mother, said that a banquet r ould be given to honor the camp s best in the northern states. Captain Crigger will be given a gold medal and each man will receive a bronze medal. Captain Crigger will also get a free trip to Washington. Governor Herring and Colonel Addison -will be main speakers. Nephew Dies Suddenly— Mrs. Peter Volk received news last week of the death of a nephew. John Cler, of Metamora, 111., who died unexpectedly a week ago Sunday morning at 9:30 at his home southeast of Metamora. He died suddenly while sitting propped up in bed. llr. Cler was apparently recovering from diphtheria. He had been ill three weeks, and had safely passed the crisis. His heart was in a weakened condition, and failed. He is survived by his wife, two children, two sisters, and two brothers. Funeral suryices Tuesday]' •were held last week They Geese, or Chickens, •will be priced right. Pork by the half or whole. Beef by the quarter. TOP PRICE FOR EGOS H, R, SORENSEN & COMPANY Phones 138 and 139 We deliver. Hospital Patients Taken Home- Mrs. J. p. McCreery and her daughter Valeria, who had both been patients at the Dr. J. W. McCreery hospital, -were taken home to Fonda last week Tuesday. Valeria had been at the hospital since a week ago last Thursday, and when, her parents came to see her, her mother fell and broke a hip. Carol McCreery, R. N.I Omaha,, went to Fonda to take care of her mother. Xo Charge for B. B. Games- Contrary to custom, no charge will be made by the public schools this year for basket ball games, except for grade children, w ho will pay 10 C . The grades will be charged because of the limited capacity of the gymnasium. Others may drop coins in a collection box. Miniiesotans Visit Here— Fred and Anna Lauck, Louis, William, and Ella Kitchenmaster, of Steen, Minn., are visiting relatives. The Laucks are brother and sister of Henry Lauck, Mrs. Walter, and Mrs. Erwin Struecker, and the oth- ers -were F. J. Welp, N. J. Merrill W. A. Murray, and Jos. Sandschul te, Bancroft. Jerome Burt and R.. Rich, Ledyard. Mr. Doocy was in Minnesota, vi siting his daughter, Mrs. John Ea ker, when he fell sick. He lived north of town, and he had no^ com plained of 111 health, so his death wag a shock to friends here. Mrs. Doocy died In June 1932, The surviving children are: Mrs. Knte Baker, Bird Island; Mrs. Geo. Rob insoo. Porter, Minn.; Mrs. Mike Baker, Swea City; William, Ledyard John, Swea City; George, Armstrong; and Tim, on the home place Shower for the Jos. Elsbcckers— Seventy friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Elsbecker gave a surprise shower for them at the home of their daughter Mrs. Leo Hellman, Sunday evening-. Mr. and Mrs. Elsbecker, who recently lost their home by fire, received more than 100 quarts o f canned goods. Five hundred was played, and Mrs. Otto Vaske and George Foth won the high scores. The Elsbecker home was burned a week ago Sunday, and nothing was saved. Mr. and Mrs. Elsbecker are now staying with their daughter Mrs. Florian Hellman, and the four Elsbecker boys are with their sister, Mrs. Leo Hellman. Denmark Visitor Home •Again— Viggo Christensen got home last week Wednesday from Denmark, where he went last May and spent the summer with his S3-year-old father. A. H. Fuchs, Mrs. Christensen, and the daughter Agnes met him at Algona. and Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fuchs gave a dinner for him las Thursday night. Other guests were Mrs. Christensen, daughter Agnes, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sherman, daughter Marjorie, and the Vern Austins. , Many Attend Burt party— Bancrofters who attended a party at Frank Bennett's, near Burt Friday evening were the Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Bryden, Edith Butterfield, Wayne and Merle Miller, Merle Woltz, Ralph Caylor, Marvin property there. Mf. Sorensen came back first. Hauperts Have X«W Daughter- Mr, and Mrs. John Haupert have a daughter, born test Thursday, named Joan Mary. The Hauperts now have two daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rlngsdorf have named their daughter Jane Marie. Other Bancroft News. Mrs. Mike Matern, her granddaughter, Rita Sherman, the former's son Adam, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolf, and Mr. and Mrs. William Ward, all of Wesley, spent Sunday at Jacob Wolf's. Ed Is the second son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wolf and Mrs. Matern and Mrs. Jaco Wolf are sisters. Mrs. Eugene Erickson and he daughter Margaret were Sunday af ternoon visitors at A. H. Olson's Swea City. Mrs. Erickson and Mrs Olson are sisters. They went ove with the R. G. Richardsons, Algona Druggist and Mrs. G. W. Car mean and Georgia spent Sunday at Barnum guests of T. O'Hurn lend of the family. Mr. O'Hurn ias been ill for some time, and is confined to his room. Harry Rosemeier, Norbert Lam. <er, Mrs. William Welp, »on Wlliam, and grandson, Virgil, all of Haverhlll, spent Saturday and Sun- lay at R. j. Welp's and Mrs. J. H. Velp's. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Ahrenbsen, A A fl her l»«nta, Mf. and Mrs. A. IX NI P LIARY AT IT TO GIVE .AY TUESDAY ers are nephews and Laucks, niece of the New Price on REMINGTON JUNIOR PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS Now $29.50 Was $39.75-a drop of $10.25 The Remington typewriter company has announced its intention of discontinuing its two low priced models. While they last in stock you will be able to get these machines at a great savings. They have been the bargain in typewriters since they were made. Now they are a bigger bargain than ever. You can't re- Bist getting one of these machines now. This machine has capital letter and lower case and is standard in other ways except it lacks a margin release and back-spacer. It is a bar gain for those learning to typewrite, for use at home o in a car. Order yours now before they are sold out. Ask to try out the machine I. G. DEWEL Advance Office. Card Party, I)anc e Tonight- There will be a card party at the Academy hall this week Thursday evening-. Lunch will be served at the close, after which there will be dancing. Mrs. L. w . Swanson and her assistants will furnish music. Kailroad Gang Working Here— A gang of 50 or CO men from all over the u. S. came Friday for a week's work O n the rail-road track Welding ts the main work being done. Boy Wins Coaster Wagon Joseph Knecht won a Scamp coaster wagon given away at A. A. Zumach's lunch and confectionery one day last week. Mnthodist Aid plans Supper The Methodist Aid -will serve « and Alva Burgess, Kermit Jenks, Ida Mae and Freda Hansen, Berl Priebe, Hattie, Agnes and Reuben Olson, Mrs. Clarence Priebe, Mable and Margaret Howe, Robert Gross and Hazel Sankey. Algonlans Are Visitors Here— H. W. Pletch and B. F. Sorensen, Algona, spent last Thursday afternoon with Viggo Chrlstenson and Mr. and Mrs. M. Lamuth and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Nielson, Algona, were callers at the Christenen home Sunday evening. Viggo was accompanied to Denmark a few months ago by Mr. Sorensen, who had inherited Reynold Graves, and Arthur and Aired Ahrenbsen, of Manning, spent ~"riday and Saturday at Ben Lame's. Hugo Ahrenbsen Is a brother f Mrs. Lampe, and Arthur and Alfred are cousins. Leone Sandschulte and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Pox spent Saturday and Sunday at Mason City with the Leo Whalens. Mrs. Whalen and Miss Sandschulte are sisters. Mrs. Ned Seeney and her mother, Mrs. Adam Ditsworth, took another daughter, Mrs. Charles Perkins, to Mason City Saturday, after a week here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Burtis, Algona spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Howe. Mrs. Burtis is the former Mrs. Richardson, sister of Dr. Howe. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reaper, Algona, daughter Bernice, and Mrs. Samuel Reaper, Irvlngton, spent Sunday at Flynn Hunt's. L. C. Fldeler, Fort Dodge, son Junior, and Sylvester Fideler, Remsen, visited at the Mart Nemmers home Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Lillie, Emmetsburg, spent Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Keoprath. Elmer Merrill, Blue Earth; was a visitor at N. j. Merrill's Monday. Elmer and N. J. are brothers. Arthur Hiltz, Burlington, spent several days last week with his brother Harry. Dr. J. A. Devlne attended a medical meeting i n Algona Monday eve- The Harry Janvrlns, Webster City, visited old friends here Sunday. School Play and Box Supper Given by Union No. 6 Pupils t Bunt, Nov. 21—The Legion Auxiliary sponsored a play, "Miss Prosperity on Parade," presented at the Beltone theater Tuesday evening. The play was directed by Miss Harriet Watson of the Ingram production company. About 75 local women, girls, and small children took part in the production. Part one of the program was a skit by small children, entitled "Kiddies in Ra- dioland." Part two was the play proper, the scene of which was laid in the political headquarters of the Woman's Early Bird party. The play, of a humorous nature, was interspersed with songs by a chorus of 30 high school girls. Eye Injury is Serious— Dr. J. O. Clapsaddle took Mrs. Carl Watson, who had her eye injured by a corn stalk a week ago Saturday to Iowa City Friday for treatment. .Francis Nelson accompanied him for further treatment on his arm. He was injured in an auto accident several months ago. M. B. Polhemus also went along and visited his son. Dr. Clapsaddle and Mr. Polhemus returned home {Saturday. fieunion Honors Denver Woman— Mrs. Will Dearchs and daughter, Denver, Colo., who was called to Iowa by tlje death of a sister at luttoyen, came to Burt Friday for i visit at her sister's, Mrs. J. D. Jraham. Sunday a family reunion vas held at the Graham home in ler honor. The August Stroms, Al- ;ona, and Alvin and John Keepers, iVhittemore, were guests. Mrs. Dearchs formerly lived near-Bui*. Family Reunion at Algona— The Roy Olloms and the Clifford Johnstons attended a family reun- on at the home of Mrs. Adeline Rickard in Algona Sunday. The gathering honored Mrs. Rickard's sister, Mrs. Jack King and daughter, of Mexico, who are visiting lere. Other guests were the Andrew Mitchells, Armstrong, and the Sam Shiplers, Bancroft. 'ortland Club Meets Thursday— The Portland Progress club met Thursday afternoon at the C. E. Sigsbee home, with Mrs. Ray and Mrs. "L. V. McWhorter, Mrs. W. E. Grover. and Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks as assistant 'hostesses. About 20 members were present. Mrs. Grover •ead a paper on Thanksgiving Cus- oms, and Mrs. •!•. V. McWhorter read a Thanksgiving story. Celebrates 85th Birthday— 'Last Thursday was Edward Marow's 85th birthday and in honor of he occasion a family dinner was icld at his home. Besides the Herman Neitzels, who live with him, he B. H., Lemuel, Hugh, and Del Warlow families, and Mr. and Mrs. red Yopp were present. dttle Girl Taken to Iowa City- Mr, and Mrs. Henry Smith took heir little daughter to Iowa City Sunday for treatment. Mrs. Frank Schneider accompanied' them to Ce- Good Hope, Nov. Jl—A playjind vance. Look J t up and plan to be pre- Other Good Hope. Mrs. • Claude Seeley and her son Kent have been spending several days at the W. I. Dodds home. Claude, with Peter Martin, was here from the Plum Creek neighborhood Tuesday for corn shelling. The Rev. Albert Howe, Buffalo public supper and hold Tuesday, December sentation acadmey. bazaar 5 at the Pre- Other whltteniore. Mrs. Joseph Meurer accompanied her son Lucian to Emmetsburg Sunday to visit relatives. Prom there Lucian and two Emmetsburs men and one f rOm Britt went to Lake View, where they are with the re-forestaion army. Mrs. Meurer returned Sunday. The Henry Kuecks, Lone Rock, and Mrs. Emily Heldenwlth,, Lotts Creek, were Sunday dinner guests at the latter's son Arthur's here. Mrs. Kueck and Mr. Heidenwith are sister and brother. The Andrew EDsingrer family and Mrs. Ellsinger's faher, a Mr. Miller, of Guttenburg, visited last week at Peter Haag's. Mrs. Ellsinger and Mrs. Haag are sisters. Henry and Erw in Kuecker and George Sehultz drove to Ames Sunday on business. Erwin has rented a farm there for next March. •Julian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hilbert, Lu Verne, has been visiting her grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Mike G«ngler. The Maurice Cuilens of Charles City., are moving into the flats above the drug store. Maurice is a son of J. s. Cullen. The William Kerkers. of Pioneer, box supper at the Good Hope Community Room Friday evening- given by the No. 6 school was a big success, drawing as large a crowd as could be cared for. The play was from Hiawatha, and appropraite costumes and stage settings furnished a realistic background. The cast .consisted of Charlene Rath, Trella and Lois Gardner, Francis Sorenson, Eugene Broderson. John and Curtis Gardner, Harold Sankey, and Eleanor Kain, Sexton, the latter a friend of the teacher, Florence Black. The net proceeds amounted to $13, which sum will be used for the purchase of equipment for a rhythm band, etc. "Men's Aid" Meets Tuesday— A group of men who facetiously called themselves The Good Hope Men's Aid got together Tuesday and cut and corded in the parsonage cellar and outside enough wood to last through a long, hard winter. It came from a heavy "deadfall" on the W. I. Dodds farm., and Mr. Dodds generously contributed it. The group had a hot dinner in the church Com- munlty Room at noon, followed by current farm problems. Assisting a social hour and the discussion of were W. I. and William Dodds, Ed. George, and William Broesder, Tom, Be n and Harvey Reid, V. J., Loyd, and Georgre Gross, Alex and Durwood McArthur, 'Will Broderson, D. C. Arthur Th6 H. A. Gertie Thompson to took Mrs. Masoh City lar Rapids, where she is relatives. Hannabelle Giddings a lee Themselves in Movies— Last week Monday evening the H. L Thompsons and Mrs. Gertie 'hompson visited relatives at Hum- oldt and viewed moving pictures f themselves, taken at 'a family reunion some time ago. Saturday. FYom there she went to Orinnell to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Earl Oirton, Brink Shlpler and fire neighbors, Maxwell, came iYiday for pheasant shooting and visited at the Will Ringsdorf and j. J. John homes. They returned home Saturday. Willis Chipman and his employ er, Henry PeSch, Milwaukee, came last Thursday and visited until Sunday with Willis's parents, Mr and Mrs. C. B. Chipman. Mrs. H. X* Sauermann and little son, of Atlantic, came last Week Wednesday for a several week! visit with her parents, Mr. am Mrs. Al Staehle. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Heaney, 01 Mankato, Minn., visited from last week Monday to Wednesday at the J. T. Heaney home. W. J. and J. are brothers. Dr. R. H. Thompson went to Waverly Sunday and brought home his wife and baby who had spent several weeks with Mrs. Thompson's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brokow and Dr. and Mrs. McQinnis, (Port Dodge, spent Friday at the L. H. Schenck home. The men hunted pheasants. The J. M. Blanchards, of Lone Rock, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Blanchard's parents, the H. A. Whitehills. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Widdel, Reuben and Paula, Readlyn, visited from Friday to Sunday at the Rev. L. Richman home. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Allen and the Clifford Holdings were Sunday dinner guests at ithe Elmer Kienitz home at Lakota. Mrs. Auguset fiahling and daughter Esther visited another daughter, Mrs. J. D. Taylor at iBhnore, Minn., Sunday. The Wyott Stotts, C. L. Holdings, and A. W. Radekes were Saturday evening supper guests at the C. E. Sigsbee home. The Milo Browns, Garner, and Mrs. Mayme Baker, Britt, were Sunday guests at the E. O, Chipman home. Margaret Morness will go to Cedar Rapids Thursday evening to visit her brother, Einer, and Helen Thompson. •Katherine Manus went to Lu Verne Sunday, where she started teaching a rural school Monday morning. Mrs. Annie Hawcofct, daughter Lulu, and Selina Clifton spent Sunday at the W. E. Hawcott home in Algona. Harold Hobson went to Marcus Friday, where he visited at the home of his brother Raymond until Sunday. The U. and I. Circle met last Friday afternoon at Mrs. J. G. Sewick's. Clara Shaw was assistant hostess. Robert Graham and daughter La vonne, Algona, were Sunday diner guests at the J. G. Sewick home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur May, Lake Park, spent last week Wednesday evening at the J. G. Sewick home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carey and son, Mapleiton, Minn., were Sunday guests at the R. s. John home Mr. and Mrs. H. Behnke, Whittemore, were Sunday supper guests LOWER PRIGES-HRADIO PRICES lower this year speaker, latest 1934 tubes, $14.95. Battery console set was |49.«5-now $44 1.60. the home. ._ Fisher And family, -, spent Sunday < B< Chipman home. The Birthday Circle will meet at Mrs. Jim Ollom's Thursday Afternoon, November 23. on, Novemer . f(ij, e w j], T The L. Hi schencks *p«iit Sun- Sunday at the "T , . •• • * ^* '• at the Dodge. Com Hansen spont cousin, Mrgn . her Schenck. visiting I a t Gamble's """ "'—'than William is 78— P ' aCC ° mpanied Dist " supt. families of his Stores. 37-n TTPEWBITEB CARBON AT THE A1IVANCE Iowa Coal —as good as the best mined in the State of Iowa and Eastern Kentucky Block on track this week CALL US. PHONE 229 F. S. Norton & Son Heres the (pieman CENTURY DUO LITE THE 2-IN-1 LIGHT H ERE'S the newest in Coleman lights ... right up to the minute in modernistic design and attractive appearance. The Century Duo- Lite lights instantly and produces up to 150 candlepowerof clear-shining, steady brilliance. Single mantle type. Economical to operate. Equipped with built-in pump. Metal K^t* handsomely fintthed in black lacquer with nickel trim. Beautiful decorated parchment shade. Th« Cmtary Duo-Lite it i wrfal, decorative reading lamp that on quick' Ijr be made into • lantern by Wtfnf from hue, removing ih«d« and taint- in* m Untern tail. Iff • ml donbl*. doty light I Genuine Pyrez GUM Qlob* protect* mantle* from wind and inteea, SEE YOUR LOCAL DEALER •r write vs. (two) THE COLEMAN LAMP 6> STOVE COMPANY son, on church business. • Mrs. Lee Bush has come home I from the Larson nursing home Burt, and is recovering from her recent major operation. The William Kennedys. Burt were | and his daughter, Mrs. C, man take dinner with him. Elvidge -supper guests at parsonage Sunday. Mrs. Loyd Gross is the Good Hope about her work again, following a painful attack of eczema. Jens Sorenson, Will Rath, Gardner,. Fred Plumb, were Sunday visitors at Conrad Alig's. Mr. Kerker Mr. Alig. is a nephew of Mrs. Ii. w. Swanson and her orchestra played for a corn show dunce at the Schmidt hall Saturday evening. Sophie Helmke, Sioux City, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Helmke. •ecently came home for a short vi- it. Cruikshank, Mart Elmore, Andy Lehman, W. J. Bourne, James Knoll, Arie Dittmer, Clarence Rieb- hoft. Qulnten Bjustrom, and James Kelly. Colored singers Give Program— The Rust College Singers presented their program before a packed house at the Good Hope church Monday evening. The solos and the group singing were greatly appreciated by the audience, and the read er provided a thrill for the children when he depicted the labors of a colored mammy trying to get her young son out of bed in the morn- Ing. The community is under obligations to Mesdames James Knoll, William Treptow, C. L. Dittmer, Glen Jenkinson, and Allen H. Wood for opening their homes to the performers. Fall Activities In Progress- Wood sawers at Mrs. Wm. Treptow's and the w. I. Dodds farm, and corn shelters at Alfred Schmidt's, the Vern Gross farm, Arthur Baker's, and the Peter Martin farm have added to other seasonal activities in this community following corn husking. Chicken Supper Next Tuesday _ Notice Of a chicken supper and a miscellaneous sale next Tuesday evening at the Good Hope Community Room Is being run in a display. advertisement elsewhere in the Ad- WHITTEMORE NEWS Mrs. Joseph Kaan, Mlnot, N. D, and daughter Marie were at J. S Cu lien's last week Tuesday. Fred Lehmann and Peter Elbert have been sick a week or two. The Joseph Yankeys, of Mason City, were Monday visitors at Wm. Kelly's. Fred Lehmann was ill in bed last Bazaar and Dinner Tomorrow The Ladies' Aid society will have their annual hazaar and chicken dinner in the church parlors .tomorrow. The dinner will be 25c. Program and Social Tomorrow— A program and pie social will be held in School Dist. No. 2, Burt tomorrow. Lena Bennett is teacher Scarlet Fever Patient— Eugene, son of Mr. and Mrs. Waif Waltman. recently was quarantined for scarlet fever. Other Hurt News. Mrs. G. C. Giddings had her tonsils removed last week Wednesday. Winsome Volentine, the Sanborn XOOO Sheets of Good White Bond Paper 5OO for 5Oc Suitable for your child to use in school, particularly in typing. Only a limited sunnlv at this m-ino limited supply at this price. ACT NOW Advance Publishing Co. East of Courthouse i'liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin ^^^-^^_ I " ^—-"•""••••••••••••••••••••••••••• •••••MM II IMIlMtlini Gut-Rate Grocery mm-MP . ^^ NEW BATES 2 Ibs. Saves You Money Many people are buying' and saving here. Below we are listing only a few of the hundreds of bargains we have selected for this sale. 19c ^ Prices Good Five Daya—Friday NEW RAISINS 2 Ibs. 12c T | OATMEAL, Urge box . . He " JELL PQWHKP r r lc ff COFFEE .4c 49c CAKE FLOUR __ PEACHES, No. 2 1-Ycai" I^.*S&M?<». «»«rt TEA WALM™ WALNUTS, large fancy, lb. r _,8Jc COCOA 1 lb. 12c 21b«. „ 2lc GINGER SNAPS, __„_ _2 Ibs. !§• MINCE MEAT „_ _ _ .2 Ibs. 3»c PUMPKIN, No. 2 1.8 ,. 2 for 2lc CRANBERRIES 2 Ibs, 8lc ORANGES ___ _ "~ __2 doz. 85c CRACKERS White Soda— 8 Ibs. 21c Graham a Ibs. 25c BLACK PEPPER Low head makes these prices possible. Teilet Tissue 1,000 sheet roll 8 for 12c UN, $1,78-OMAR SLICED BACON 8 lb, box PICKLES, OLIVES, fftmjy « ojW _____ 8 for tfe Swt, PICKLES, fancy «oz. jar 8 for 25c MACARONI __,., ____'9 l»s. or dry pack, _8 cans _ Sweet Potatoes Tibs, Cut out this adv., check the items you will need for your Thanksgiving table and bring the aav, with you, Fancy Red Onion. Laundry «BJg Be*" 10 bars 23c Seedleif Store will be closed all day Thanksglf "Bw«ief t Littb Store In Town" IIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllilH

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