Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1934 · Page 8
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PAGE BIGHT .THURSDAY Advance Spring Shoe Styles— Let your shoes stand out in the crowd—for smartness, individuality, and sleek fit. Choose them here from a vast and exquisite selection. A light tan Mandrucca calf, six-eyelet tie for street or dress wear at $5.95 1 Former Algerian's Birthday Observed A black kid high fitting dress pump, very neat and an extra good fitter at $4.95 Christensen Bros. Co. Shoe Department |OUR coffee will always cause favorable comment when yon use either J*one'» Old Golden Coffee or Coffee House Coffee. It Is easy to understand jrhy, for both are excellent coffees, both temarkablv rich in flavor and aroma. 'Another advantage in buying these coffees is that with each, you get valuable coupons, coupons entitling you to beautiful guaranteed silverware ahsolntely free. 'An expert blend of the ' finett coffee*, Another excellent coffee, offer* economy at tteU a* quality. E For 60 years, careful home-makers upon Tone's Spices and Flavoring things taste better. Besides, they go in Iowa have depended Extracts to make good farther and last longer. Bituminous stoker coal is the mott economical fuel. Dust-proofed at the mine or by the dealer, it is a clean fuel. Patented features of the Butler Coal Stoker burn it without smoke, fuse most of the ashes into clinker form. The automatic dual controls of the Butler make stoker coal a practical fuel for all automatic heating. It responds readily to the dictates of the thermostat— holds temperature uniform. The Butler is a coal stoker of advanced design, finely engineered, unrivaled in efficiency, unmatched in performance. Ten sizes adaptable to residential and all commercial heating purposes. Your fuel bill can be cut somewhere from 15 to 50%. Free estimates will be made by heating engineers from ,_ -aUTUh. COAL, STOKER ECONOMICAL AUTOMATIC HEAT HEADQUARTERS Anderson Grain & Coal Co. Phone 308 No other group of friends ever mean quite so much to you as old classmates. This graduation, exchange photographs with them. We specialize in graduation PHOTOGRAPHS Be sure to see our Special Offer L. I. WAT, Photographer ALGONA ART STUDIO ALGONA Member Royal Photographic Society of Great (Britain NEW BEAUTY AWAITS YOU Mrs. Dailey will be back March 12th, ready to advise you on your beauty problems, after spending a month in Chicago and New York, where she studied permanent waving, hair cutting, and facial work. Won't you call her at 803 for an appointment? Marigold Beauty and Cosmetic Shoppe PHONE 803 W, A, PARSONS 64, BELMOND, IS FETED HERE Irvlngton, March 6—Mrs. Morris Parsons entertained Sunday In honor of W. A. Parsons, Bolmond, who was celebrating his 64th birthday. Guests -were lira. Rachel Shackle- foixl and Edith Reed, Algtona, the Ralph Parsons, of near Burt, anid Eunice Thompson, Lu Verne, Mr. Parsons was bom and reared In this vicinity. Ho is iLhe eldest son of tJie late Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Parsons. He lias two sisters and three brothers. Mrs. Shaekelford ,Algona, Mrs. Merrltt Burtite, -north-west of Algcma, -Asa, of Maynard, John of St Paul, and John, of St. Paul, and Morris here. Two brothers are dead. Mr. Parsons attended the old normal school in Algona while Profes eor Lilly, well known to the elder Algonians was in charge. Later ho taught school for many years, Ithen went to "Dca Moineis where he took up pharmacy. Upon returning to Algona he and his father bought out the Durant drug store, then located on the street -where the post office now stands. Later ho wont to Isabel, S. D. and opened a general store where Bio remained until ho moved to Belmond 15 years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Parsons have been very successful with their store and meat market toi Belmond. Colored Visitor Is Recalled— A recent issue of the Pino Torch, small paper from, ithe Piney Woods school, published a picture of little Herman McLaurln and George Peabody, who visited the school several weelts ago An item accompanying the picture stated that after too look at Mr. Peabody, Herman shouted, "There is Gran'pa," and despite the aged man's color insisted on calling him Grandpa. Herman Us the son of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Mc- Laxu-in, of Piney Woods. He and his mother spent last summer with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. BoW> ridgo here. While here, Herman, did not lack attention as ihe has -been the only small colored boy to visit in this vicinity far many years. Mr. Peabody, and educator, noted philanthropist, and successful business man, had been requested by President Roosevelt to make a study of the educational needs of the people of ithe south. He was accompanied by his daughter, Mrs. Waite. Thorntons Leave Mawdsleys— The Seward Thorntons who have been empolyed on the J. C. Mawdsley farm for many years, have moved itheir furniture into the home of Mrs. Thornton's father, John Ml- ley, and are now visiting relatives at Emmetsburg. Mr. Thornton Is in HI health and is planning to undergo an operation in the near future. The Frank Asas are to take ithe Thorntons' place on the Mawdsley farm. At present .the tenant house ds being redecorated and Mrs. Asa and children are visiting relatives until the work is completed. Mr. Asa is staying at the Mawdsley home. Five Pupils Added Monday- Five more pupils entered the Irvington school this week Monday, making a total of 38 pupils. They are Beverly, daughter of Mr. and (Mrs. Wilford Johnson, who tave moved into the house owned by Mrs. Nina Blythe; and Maxine, Wayne, Cecil, and Phyllis, children of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Black who have moved onto .the farm vacated by ithe Albert Buitterfflelds. Clarence Rochleaus Quarantined— The Clarence Roohleau home In south Oresco is quarantined for scarlet fever, the victims being- the children Bernlce and Dan. This case as has been with all others near here is very light. Mrs. Frank Dltswontih recently suffered from a heart attack and Is under ithe doctor's core, Mrs. Fred Dole has been on the sick list. Birthday Dinner Is Given- air, and Mrs, Frank Ditsworth honored Jake Maasdam at a birthday dinner last Friday. Other guests were the Wm. Greenfield^, Rome Roblsons, Mrs. Allan Burbank, daughter Edna, and Arthur Maasdam. Aid to Elect Officers— Aid will meet next week Tttiurs- Cresco, spent Scheppman's. The Rev. A. day afternoon at the church parlor. All members are asked ito be present as there ils to be election of officers. IRVttfGTON NEWS The Rome Roblsons were Sunday guests at 'Harry Sabin'e. The Percy Schlchtla and Mrs. Anna Sankey vl- sied Sunday with Lu Verne rela- tayes. The Henry Loflngs, Mason City, spent Saturday and Sunday at A. McLean's. Mrs. Mae Grobe returned with them for a -week visit. Mr. and Mr^. Glen Hain were 'Friday evening dinner guests of the McLeans, Marjorie Riley, Lu Verne, spent the week-end with Mrs. Anno, Sankey. Tho McLean were luncheon guess at Frank Kulow's last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sander, " Monday at Henry English preached Sunday on the Topic The "Hope of the World. Envelopes for the Easter offering were distributed. An offering fa to be entered into the envelopes daily throughout March and turned In Easter morning. The Charles Egels recently found an apron, cut out but unsewed, and a package of bias tape, on the rood between the Chllton and Scheppman farms. The owner may call for it at the Egel home. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Schulz and family moved from a farm near Kanawha, March 1 to Goldfteld. Mr. bc-Tvultz recently purchased a truck and so far reports a good business. Rome Roblson recently attended the grain and corn show at Renwick as assisting judge. Arthur Look, Lu Verne was the judge. Chicken House Burned. Fenton, Mar. 6—The fire department was called last week Wednesday evening: to Martin Meyers, near Lotts Creek, where a water heater exploded and set fire to a chicken house. All poultry in tfoe building were .burned, but arrival of help saved other buildings. News at Bancroft Mr. nmd Mm. John Ford, Mary and Vincent, attended the funeral of Loretta O.Heam, niece of Mr. Ford, at Gdlmore City Saturday. Miss O 1 Hearn, who was 25, died of pneumonia. Mildred DoRerlng is at Des Motoes visiting her sinter, Mrs, LeRoy Ost- wlnkle, and friends. Tho Rev. J. F. Sohultes and Charles Qulnn spent last week Tuesday at St. Paul, on business. Mary Catherine, daughter of Mr. tind Mrs. Mike Droessler, was 111 Sunday, and 12 of her young friends took her by surprise that afternoon by arriving to help her celebrate .the occasion. The George Andersons returned to Chicago Friday, after visits with the E. M. Gardners and -the George Wohnkeg. Mrs. Gardner wont to Chicago with them for a month's visit. Mrs. Anderson Is a daughter of Mrs. Gardner and -a sister of Mrs. Wohm- ke. Tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Gibson fell against a rocker Saturday and suffered a two inch gash In the bock. Dr. J. A. Devlne took care of Ithe wound. , H. J. Guide and Colletto C. Welp attended a code meeting of Implement dealers in this dfetrdct at Humboldt Monday evening. Sixty- nine dealers were present. Otto Goodman, Clark, S. D., spent Friday, Snlturday and Sunday with relatives here. He also visited a brother at Algona. The city election will bo held 'here March 26. The mayor, treasurer, assessor, and five coundlmen will be elected. The Rev. and Mrs. C. E, Bryden rceived word Saturday that (Mrs. Bryden's youngest sister hod died at Shellsburg, and they drove there that afternoon. The news come as BURT SCHOOL PUPILS GIVE AMUSIGALE Burt, Mar. 6—The second in a concert series being given by musical organizations of tile school was held at the Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon. A large crowd attended and the concert was excellent. It consisted of numbers by the girls' and boys' glee clutos, by the Junior high chorus, a mixed chorus, vocal solos by Ruby Sanderson, Barrel Raddle, and Joseph Graham, a violin solo by Dorothy Brooke, and a piano solo by Eugenia Mae Kriethe. More than 50 pupils bad a part in the program. Anna Overgaard has charge of the vocal work in itihe school. P. T. A. to Meet Tonight— The P. T. A. will meet Thursday evening at -the schoolhouse. The program will include a talk on Manners and Speech, by Mrs. H. W. Trainer; a discussion of Companionship and Ideals, and .Losing and Forgetting Habit, Mrs. C. B. Chipman; and a paper on Dishonesty in Speech and Action, (Mrs. J. W. Dorrance. There will also be a piano solo iby Anna Overgaard, a vocal solo by Darrel Riddle, and a duet by S. J. Fardal and Anna Overgaard. Club Studies Bard's Women— The Woman's club met Monday evening at Mrs. P. L. 'Dremmel's with Mrs. W. H. Vogel as assistant hostess. The program consisted of rol-1 coll; a paper, Great Portrayals of Shakespeare's Women, toy Mrs. F. L. Ryerson; Julia Marlowe, Her iLife and Art, Ethel Hodgson. Dinner-iCard Party G»ren— The following girls had a 7 o'clock dinner and played cards afterwards at lone Meyer's Thursday evening: Helen Schrader, Helen Schwietert, Helen Thompson, Rachel Clapsaddle, Vera Chipman, Norma Bettin, and Margaret Mor- ness. New Oil Station in Operation— A new oil station, the Kossuth and Hancock Fanners Oil Co., was placed between the cream station and ttie Selby Produce Co. Monday. ILe Roy (Burger will have charge of it. CWA Work at Schoolhouse— Three CWA workers, A. F. Carter, James Ollom, and C. I. Mansmith will begin a several weeks job of repairing and other work on the schoolhouse and grounds today. Patterson Home for Week-end- Senator and Mrs. G. W. (Patterson came up from Des Moines and spent the week-end with Mr. Patterson's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Patterson. Son for Clifford Holding*— Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holding are parents of a son, born Sunday iMarch 4 ,at the G. S. AUen home! The Holdings have one other son. Case of Glandular Peyer— Roger Chafee has been confined to the house with glandular fever the last week or two. Other Burt News. Mrs. A. A. Graham, who had spent a couple of weeks here visiting relatives and holding a sale of their farm effects, returned last Thursday to Sterling, ill., vrtiere she has (been caring for her parents a numlber of months. Her nephew, Harley Pitch, took her back and will visit there a while and try to find work. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters entertained the following at 7 o'clock dinner Friday evening: Mr. and Mrs C. W. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. JfJ^J 8 "**?**. a «* Mr. and rf > ed after the dinner. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. fltahl and . . fiheir daughters, Mrs. j. w. Dorrance and Mrs. F. J. Mann returned Saturday from Oak Park, ill where they had epent a weW at a shock to the Brydens, aa they did not know she was sick. Mr. Bryden is minister at the 'Baptist church here, The Mission circle of the Baptist church met Friday with Mrs. Flora Hunt; Mrs. Oora Hunt, assisting hostess. Lloyd Chambers spent the weekend at Swea City with his folks. His wife Is In South Carolina w4tih lier mother, who Is sick. John Meyers, Lolcota, spent Saturday afternoon with ittio Albert Cutlers. Evans Carmean and a fraternity brother, Gould Wise, Dies Mtfines, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Carmeairu He is a senior in the Des Moines school of pharmacy. Francos and Reglna Serena, John Joo Welp, and Mrs, Maymo Baker went tio Omaha Friday. Tho Mteses Berens and their mophow spent the week-end with their sisters, Leone Borons and Mm. Lee Brown, and Mrs. Baker took a train from Omaha for Denver to visit her brother, L. S. Evans, a month. Mrs. Baker lives at Leon, and was here visiting her sister, Mrs. G. W. Carmean. The Sunday schools of the county will hold a meeting here Friday at itlio Baptist church. There are three patients at the local hospital. Teresa, 3-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August SWauberger, Lone Rock, has pneumonia; Donald ,son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Behnkendorf, underwent an operation for appendicitis; and Alice Hagge Ledyard, had the eame operation Sunday night. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hagge. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Patterson (have a son, Kenneth Peter, born February 28. Mr. and Mrs. Melndert Schmidt, east of Bancroft, have son born March 2. have moved in with Mrs. Steward's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Leeck They have (been living on a farm belonging to Mr. Leeck, which -was recently sold. The W. iR. Smiths, -who had partly moved to near Lakota, have now decided to move to the J. D. Andrews Jr. place, as they had originally planned. Mr. 'Smith was recently (badly cut iby a saw. F. O. Stow, iLucile Sewick, and Kenneth Graham were at Ailgona Monday, helping t)he J. T. Qra- hame move from their farm to their house in Algona. Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Peters, Mr and Mrs. W. J. Bourne, and Dr. M G. Bourne, Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Libbie Treptow. Mrs. H. G. (Burnham went to Waterloo Monday night to visii relatives a few days. The Burn hams formerly lived in Waterloo. Mrs. J. G, Olapsaddle left for Cedar Bapids Friday evening to spend a couple of weeks with (her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. iP. Main Mr. and Mrs. Olof Olson, Elmore Minn., visited Sunday at the (home of Mrs. Olson's mother, Mrs. Anna Toebben, who has been ill. The John 'Dackens, who have been living on a farm near Burt have moved into one of the Meinzer houses in south Burt. The Ladies' Aid society will meet Wednesday afternoon, March 7, at Bertha (Daniels', with Mrs. George Gray as assistant hostess. Lena Bennett, who is teaching the Strayer school, is staving at the G. J. F. Vogel home, since her parents moved to Lake City. Mrs. G. C. Giddings returned Sunday from the Walter Wart home, where she (had been assisting a couple of weeks. R. F. Hawcott left Thursday evening for El Paso, 111., where he is visiting his friend, Riley Hall and other old friends. The Tom Clayton family have moved here from Mt. Vernon, S. D. to the farm recently vacated by th« I. Ostergaard family. Myron Sanderson, who is with the OCC at Lehigh, spent the -weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, B. C. Sanderson. Mrs. H. G. Seifert and eon Ben Mrs. <L A. Seifert, fiherbum, Minn., visited Wednesday at the M L. Vmaas home. The Harm Groen Jr. family has moved to the Robert Callies farm formerly occupied Iby the iLemue; Stock-wells. A number of Burt ladies attended the Eastern Star meeting at Algona Wednesday afternoon and evening. The Rev. and Mrs. a. H. Aten entertained the church trustees and their wives at their home Friday evening, ' The monthly Legion and Auxiliary meeting will be held in the nail Wednesday, March 7. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Ward, Minneapolis, were week-end visitors at Mrs. Belle Reynolds'. The Rev. and Mrs. S. H. Aten attended a ministerial meeting at West Bend Monday. The F. -A. •Ringsdorfs were Sunday dinner guests at the Tom Gary home at Bancroft. Paul Matern, Waterloo, visited Friday and Saturday at the F A Ringedorf home. LU VERNE GAR IS FORCED TO GOJN DITCH Lu Verne, M«tir. 6—'Betty Holdcroft, Sioux City, and Dorte Baddol- f.y, Pocaliontaa, were week end O ucsts at Wm. Baddeley's. As the JmWeloye were driving to Fort 3odffO to meet Betty Friday everting heir cor was run Into by a cor, the Irlver of which was ahoiitly wlter the accident arrested on a dhage of in- oxleatolon. Tho Rev. Mr. Baddel«y drove Into Uio ditch to avoid -the collision, but one wheel, the running board, tender, and axle were damaged. No one was Injured seriously. Farewell for Two Families— Members and friends of the Presbyterian church had a social even- np at the City Hall lost week Wednesday evening to honor the H. M. Colwell and Robert Masterson fom Hes, who moved March 1 out of the community. A coverodt-dlsh supper was served nit T, after which a short irogram was given. This Include* rfoup singing, readings by Evan and Virginia Llchty, saw solos by Irene Swenson, talks by Mr. an< Mrs. Colwell and Mrs. Masterson and more group singing. [o\va Authors Are Studied— Tho Tuesday club met last week with Mrs. I. H. Benedict with ten members and four visitors prebemt Iowa authors were studied and Florence Hof read on Interesting- paper discussing the following write- ens and their works; Bess Streete Aldrlch, Ruth Suckow, Grace Noe Crowell and Herbert Quick. Mrjs Henry Peitzko read an article from the Iowa Club Woman. Deltatou refreshments were served by ith hostess assisted by iher daughter Mrs. Emil Meyer. o , Clarion, Sunday at the J. 0. Isenberger home. The Leonard Schmidts Corwith were Sunday visitore at the Paul Moore home. The Birthday Circle met last at last The Sewing circle met afternoon at Mrs - The Fortnightly club will afternoon ^ Mrs - .asl'^Tthf ST -' 7Wted home. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hike » re parents of a son born last Wr™ The W. J. Lockwoods visited relatives at Renwick and HardTsun- are Mrs. Grace Watkina is keeping h °UBe at the W. H. Smith homi. life Insurance Paid. nr,^ m J cb - Moderi » Woodman re-SS e L l S? r H?-«! certified Backus, . Surprise for the Hcftys— Mr. and Mrs. William HeCty were taken by surprise last week Tuee day evening, when thirty relatives and friends arrived' to help them celebrate birthdays, Mrs. Hefty' being lUiat day and Mr. Hefity's Sun day. The evening was spent at BOO and refreshments furnished by Ith Buesta were served. J. 3. Club Meets Friday- Mrs. Harold Soronson was Ihostess to the J. J. club Friday. Mrs. Ber niard Wolf read a paper on prope recreation for children, and Mrs, C Wolf read a poem. My Neighbor' Yard. Mrs. Edward Dehnert hoc charge of a program given by group of small children. . Jennette Schneider 5; Party— Jeanette Schneider was five iFY day, and so schoolmates and othe friends were entertained at a part in her honor at the home of ho grandparents, Mr. and Mr. Fret Schneider. After games, lunch, in eluding a birthday ciake, woa servet by Mrs. Schneider. Arthur Taudts Entertained— Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vaudt on Mr. and Mrs.' Pete Ruberg entertai ed 50 friends ait a 500 party at fch city hall Friday night. Nine ta were In play and Helen Hansolmar won the travel prize. At a late hoar a lunch was served. Mrs. Leander Barton Low— William Barton, of Swan, called here last week by the eerdou illness of Ms mother, Mrs. Leondo Barton. !L©Roy (Barton, Mlnneapo 'Us, and Mrs. C. Barton McCormtck Los Angeles, ihave also been sen for. Two Have Operations— Howard Wille was operated o tor the removal of his appendix a Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Sun day. Mrs. J. M. Worby also under went a major operation at ithe earn hospdital Sunday. W. F. ScbnUz Is Low— W. F. Schultz, who has had poo health for some time because heart ailment, was taken m worse Friday and all of his children have been a his bedside. Surprise for Morris Parrell— A number of young people sur prised Morria Forrell Saturday eve ning In honor of ihls birthday. Games were played and refreshments serv ed. LU VERNE NEWS The Jena Ruboy family is no living dn itho house formerly oocu Pled by Mrs. George Scrdbner, an the Mattoons have moved Into itlh house vacated Greens, Misses by the William Lottie and Jennl up Mason ore moving into the stali-s rooms In the Fedmer bulldln this week. Clarence -Plede waa ihost to th Lutheran T. p. s. at the regular social gathering last week Tuesda evening at the church, basemesnt Bunco 50 was played at ten tables for entertainment. Otto Bunkofske, who was kiokec, by a cow a week ago Saturday 1 able to be up and around port' W the time. He la staying at Mrs El sie Stuessy's. Mrs. Irvin Chapman attended 50th anniversary celebration of «h United Presbyterian church at Gold week Mrs. Sam Smith and daughter Mary Ann left. Monday for her home In Minneapolis after a weeifc wit* her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H C Al ten. ' The Rev. Wm. Baddeley j tndebak and J. L. Lichty'attended a Masonic banquet at Uvermorc last week Tuesay evening'. Galen, youngest son of Mr. an Mra Chas. Htnkel, hae be«n having diphtheria. He 4s getting along nice! ly at this wrtUng. Junlor Huff was made happ ^^J 1 *^ **«"*»* e^e & Norma Partridge- and Mrs. R. ^ Corbln spent Saturday ait the Part ridge- home near Owatonna. Minn. Mrs. Kat« Smith, Humboldt . making an extended vtfait wttb her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Bails. Mra w. S. Hunt attended th runeral of iileee at Tdpton, Mich last week Wednesday. Supt Alex Evans refereed at th basketball (tournament at Sheldon **>day and Saturday. A daughter was bom to Mr. and Mtis. Rinex Wilson a week ago day. ^ lb. 21bs. Del Monte Coffee Red Circle Coffee Creamery Butter Pineapple Del Monte Del Monte Asparagus 2 Fine Pasturizcd, 11). Del Monte o v. Sliced or Crushed O Crushed «1 No 9 Pineapple 2 1°' 3 cans cans I'icnic tins Doughnuts Pink Salmon Red Salmon Lima Beans Kidney Beans Red Beans GingerSnaps £*£* special 2 Lbs< Baker's Chocolate p*r ium * lb Sweet Chocolate 8SS 2 ** Camay Soap 6 bars Rinso * fe, 15c Sultana < Brand t lona Brand Sultana Brand Sultana / Brand I «- of « No. 1 cans No. 1 cans No. SCO can can IC-oz. cans 25 H 11 23 35 ft,. 25 13 P & G Soap 8 large bars \\ Crystal White Soap Chips {£ 41b. California Prunes ,2 FREE A thrilling story book with can of Cocoainalt at THE'CREAf ATLANTIC^ PACIFIC TEA CO. Here Is Hoping I be-lieve in God, I believe in a hereafter, I to-'. lievfc the good honest men and women of this worti will go to a iplace of eternal bliss, where saints immortal reign, where infinite day excludes the night, and pleasures banish pain. 1 .believe hi Heaven and hope there is a hot plaw where cranks and disagreealble people will be sent St. Peter will never let them in, for he knows theji, would spoil the morale of the Heavenly .bunch. These cranky people would find fault with the heels or toes of the golden slippers that the angels wear. They have grumbled all their Jives on earth and, of course, would start Khe same racket in Heaven IJ they were allowed to go there. Saturday's business is what I am thinking oil We had a big day and the pleasantest day's business I ever experienced. Not a grumble, not a cross word from anyone. Everybody happy, everybody pleased Neighbors in little groups visiting, kids eating candr,' six of us wrapping up shoes for them. Just a regular love feast. It ir, a pleasure to run a store for a crowd like tihat. I enjoyed every minute of it and worked so hard I could not get but of (bed Sunday morning. I will do anything for a good customer. It is worth it Saturday one old lady tried to get ornery, but wtt> the jolly crowd around her she could not make it, so she softened up and come out of it nicely. She told the lady beside her she knew she would have to par fl.OO more for the same shoes anywhere else. That is why ahe took them. Good shoes at small protito and having the iW they want is what makes business..^ arguments, no sales talk. I tell my clerka to ehow shoes until the customer is satisfied and to he very sure about the fit. Fitting is hajf the battle in tfae shoe gam*. New patterns for Easter arriving every day. I have been in the shoe game 46 years, but tail year's models are the smartest types I ever saw, Thty are (both (beautiful and practical. Brerr pair with the improved ankle fitting. You will lo« them. We carry an immense stock, sizes to 9, wi widths AAA to TOWS. Neville Algona, la. The Shoe Man WHITE'S GROCER! 19c Specials 19cj Navy Beans, 5 lb*.,__,.Hershey's Cocoa. 1 lb Apples, Winesaps, 4 Ibs. . "' Prunes* Suraweet, 2 Ibs. - ' Crackers, Flaky. 2 lb*. „ Preserves, 2 lb Jar ' Lewis Lye, 2 cans Matches,6boxes „__„._Corn Flakes, 2 pkg*. Grape Fruit, large, 4 for.-Cookies, Figs, or Snap«, jg IDS. —

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