Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1934 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 22, 1934
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SHOP ^IthwWeek itA&P iDTTBB 25 C . n aflAP 9 ^ /* &0. »« jVA &d\s \jg. bars.. B 25c j cans ) No. 2 cans BDISB Underwood JItiBtard iELLOWIKAT 25C EN SLICED j Jio. 2! BROADCAST COIINED BEEF HASH f5C iz. can GHEEN OJl BLACK ICEEAMOF lUSEEDA BAKERS ICHEESE IBITE'S IDEL MONTE RED [SALMON 1Q C fco, lean-' - t£7C IniOMl'SON'S llAlTEI) JIILK, WM, SHULTZ, 65, RETIRED FARMER, DIES JjU V«rno, Mar. 20—Wllltiini Schultz, 05, former mnyor of Lu Verne died Sunday morning at hl.s lomo here, of heart disease nnd complications Mr. Schnltn wa.s a rc- Irccl farmer and was widely known n this community. Ho is survived l>y Ma wife ami hrco Kons and four daughters; Mrs. 'earle Ttiluy, L/lvormoro; Mm. Anna /nnslng, Bode; Mis.. Olive. Oglcsb.v, rfnaon City; Mi-s. Hutli Ramus, IAI Verno; William, Lewis and Frank SchultZi all of Livcrmoro. Jj'uneral services were held at the Vfethodlst church Tuesday afternoon at 2:JO with t/ho Rov. Dr. William Baddeley officiating. iBurlal was made In the Lu Verne cemetery. Sliowcr for Edna llansclimui— A miscellaneous eflvower honoring Bdna, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles 1-Ta-nsclma.n, farmers northwest of town, was given at Mrs. Gustavo Baesslor's last week Wednesday afternoon. There were 30 women present and tho n.fter- noon woe siient in contests and games. K:ich guest prr Denied the brlfle-to -bo with a cooking recipe wrapped with her gift. TV rooms were decorated in St. I'n trick's green, a;id the wir.ie col->r scheme was carried ou.i. in .(-he 'f.ivors and refreshments. Miss HanHolman l>e- camo tho bride of George Fcrstl- nau, of Goneseo, 111., at a quiet wedding at her home Tuesday afternoon. ms PAGE PEANUT IBUTTEB 17 f* 12 8-oz. jars X I I/ IGOBTON'S [CODFISH 12 8-OZ. pli^H. _-_ [COOKIE JAR ASSOBT I3IEST lib 29c FREE MEASURING SPOON ROYAL Baking Powder, 12-oz. can iRAJTAJfAS, 25 C ;BADis¥ES," 1 f\/* [8 bunches JLl/ C jPEAS-California O f ~ CARROTS" Kft Ibiincli. — tf Is SEW POTATOES, f* ~ lib -_ -O C IlIEAl) LETTUCE, 1 O _ leize 60, 2 for JLOlU IEASTERHAT HEBE! ! have outdone every [ery season of the past T ^lection of hats Jtag-1934.. There's lowing to these head f to-that's a perf p with the new mil- with for an ac- perfect har- silhou- $2.95 to $3.05 ELITE SHOP Er r, ACH PAINS PI Et WH0 ^ SYSTEM!' lift f JJ TypoL- ^ "ICu £1 X] N^'L^Jf's ..^dej 0 yow your are gone '—A. H. Borr SEOGRAPHING ADVANCE Iowa KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVAW*.. ALGONA, iOWA PAGE THREH Union No.7 PTA is Host at Meeting of County Council ™*™^^_—n^. • .-•"•r CnniM-M. M;,,.. |!o-_Tlir- r ,,_ nlon No. 7 I'. T. A. ontorl.-ilnH l],o county ,.,,,,,,,.|| ,, r p! , ,.,-„( s ,, n( , teadhei-H at. .(he flood I topi, r.oimmm- wlth more Mi.-in -,0 at lending Fred Plumb, prosid,.,,!. of the unit, pr..- sliliHl. iin-1 offlcom were elwtcd At- tor the business in railing I he Jir- v . A. IT. \\'oiHl snug two solos, sif-f.-oiii- pnnicd at tho piano by Airs. Wood Violin numltons w<>ro ,;ivo n b v rn.-nn ffcmoy nnd the K< v. Mr. UIHWT, uc. :'onipnnif>d at the i>i:mo by Mrs. C,, Neville. The speaker wa« Norrnan of ithi.- Lnuivns high school fnc- ill.y, who Kpolci- on obodionro. !><.were served afVr the . & 1). Cltilt 'Meets Thursday— Tho If. C. Mothers and Daugh- •rs club met l:ist Thursday with [I'M. Altln. I,ri\vni;irii, Mm. Lucille Tllch assisting hostess. This \v:is an •day meeting, and hu.slximlK a.n<l families wore invited. There were prosom. A oovcwl-rtish dinner wn« wrvcd ;i:t noon. The pnignim wns opened with Let The Rest of the World Go By, sung by all. Two voc-ji.l solos were given by Ruth Robinson, who was .'irrr^npatiled ill -the piano by Kvelyn Oniikshank; player piano roll, lOarl Hic?h; two wlUsltlllng selcotlo.nni, Klsle T/inde>i man; reading, Alice Dlts«-ortli; .solo a-nd player roll, Lucille Rich; piano solo, Hvelyn Nlnkerson. Tho next meeting will be with Mrs. A. Cruiksha.nk. Pro-District Declain Coming— A prc-tlitetriot decla.matoiy con,'- 1 test is scheduled at Lm Verne this week Wednesday evening. There will be 'three representatives from Humboldt, one each from 'Plover, Lake Mills, Bode, Bobnond, Algona, CorwltJh, and Rolfc, and two, Richard Nlver and Evan Liehty, from Lu Ver.ne. Judges are coming from Eldora and Reinbeck. All of the local higfti sohool pupils who take part iln the music contest at Britt Thursday will present their numbers. Young Coiiplo is Married— Tho home of Mrs. and Mrs. Envin Barton was the wcene of a prettj wedding -last week Wednesday evening when his brother Hugh married to Iva Mae Mitchell, tho Rev. Dr. Wm. 'Boddeley officiating Tho young couple was attended by June Stoddard, and Kennoth Bar ton, brother o£ the bridegroom. At ter a short wedding trip they wil be at home at Lacona. Parochial Children's 'Party- Children aAter.dJng the Lutheran Parochial school wore entertained Thursday afternoon at a birthday party honoring Kenneth AVitten burg and Vidah Ristau, w^io both had birthdays on that day. Game; were played and music was furnish ed by tho little German band of the public 'high sohool. Luncfh was then served by Mrs. L. Wlttenburg and Mrs. H. D. Rlstau. A<t«nd P. T. A. Meeting— Sevei-al from Lu Verno attended a P. T. A. meeting at the Vernon Consolidated school Friday nlgfht. Virginia Liehty gave a read- Ing, a stringed orchestra consisting of Orville and Envin Ramus, DeHae Godfrey and Willie Hoepner, fur- njtjhed music. Vorna Park's grades, 'llio first and second, gave a piny. Aid Is 43 Years Old— Tlho Methodist Aid ceiebmtcd Ha 43 birthday Wednesday with a dinner at ithe community hall. Tho tables were decorated to represent (.ho 12 months of the year, and those heaving birthdays of the same month were served from the same table. A large crowd attended. Ten lylll Ho Confirmed— Ten children will bo examined and confirmed at services at the Lutheran church Sunday morning ait 10 o'clock. School children will furnish the music. Pastor S|M'uUs at Kiiglo Grove— Tho Rev. Wm. Baddeley gave his talk on China before a club at Eagle Grovo Morwlay night, and was to give It to another group at Britt Tuesday night. Hnrold ginitli in Married— The marriage of Irma, daugliter of Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Meyer, of Hardy, and Harold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Smith, took place last week Wednesday, Community Club to M«et— The community club will meet •next Monday night at tho high sohool gymnasium. Supt Alex Evans la dhadrman. of the program committee. Other lu Verne News. IMie Mike Loss family and Mr. and Mrs. John Shultz, Irvingion, were guests at Mrs. Rosa Steussy's Sunday. Henry Steussy returned with Mike Losses, and will work for them the coming season. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Liohty, Ruth and Phyllis, and Lottie and Janetta Mason vlaited at the Rev. A. G. Utddle'a at Thornton Sunday. Emily Watson accompanied them home for A few daye visit. The Revi. and Mrs. Wm. Baddeley, Mrs. H. C. Allen, Mrs. H. E. Peltz- fee, and Mrs. Flora Wdleon were guests of the Mlaskmary society at Archie Wilson's at Livermore F day afternoon. Tho Geo. Thompsons, of Ledyard, •were Sunday guests at Peter Thompson's and the Jos Craigs, Mrs. Martin Craig and Violet, of Livermore, were guests at W. F. Godfrey's. Pre-Baster services ore being held every evening' except Saturday and Sunday at the Evangelical churdh. Sunday evening union services will be ait the (Presbyterian dhurcb. HaaeJ Leupold bad aa guests over the week-end toer sister, Ruth Leu- 1 Miss Tburman, teacher at Superior. Keir WMtteroore Grocery. Whlttewpre, Mar. 20 — Irene j "Rite-Way grocery was opened Saturday. She will conduct h$r beauty stop, and vail also aerre abort orders. Henry Beinke, who Is experienced, ha3 c(ljar 8 e °* the grocery. AlfH.^ Ifou-.-ird \ViMi!i. m by Kiirprls.,- ••''-'_ Ihiii-Hday c\ening in honor of •tin n- sllvor welding, and 500 \vni I'li'Vcd si! f,,,, r |, lb | ra . Attending; !"• Nobln .Milchrll.s and the l-Jdwird KicliPK, Uif John s. r ililn», the ICver- '•It U'illunns, and William Or.-iytons •\ "'. JUKI M]- ri . c. N Robinson ^li - - and Mr.i. Artlmr Crulkslhank. Ihe llf-r>.rM-t Srrhmnllngs, Ruth find <<0(,rg(. l-'niivcs Kiel), Ben Hlotor. Waller Sr-hmding, -nid Mr. and Mit3 AusHii With.-un, Algona, parents of ll'nvard. Cnin of Knr Trouble— Mr«. LowlK Lowrnn.n Jr. wan con- fmt-tl to br-d with ear 'trouble Frl- i'«-.v, Kntin-day ami Sunday. The ear hroko, and who Is now bettor. Her Hlstor, Evelyn Nlckeraon, helped wi'th the hou«e \vork, and Dorothea 1/ino spent from last week Wednesday till Friday there, 'helping get re-sidy for a club mc-eting. Witlmms 25 Yours Wed— Relatives and friends took 'Mr. and Attend P'I'A Convention- Mr, nnd Mrs. Noble Mitchell and Mr. and Mm. William Dray.tons, ac- comiianlod by Mr. and Mrs. John Sfhin, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Gross, Jlrs. Artluu- Crnikshank, and Mrs. Gcncvlcvc Genricli, attended a p. T. A. convention at Fort Dodge Friday. Pupils 'Win in Spelling— GonoviPve Gcnrleh, teacher In No. 7, Union, entered two pupils in a spelling bco at the Good Hope church last week Wodnmlay, and hf»lh pupils took pri/.es. Mary Joyce Rich won first in tho 3rd and 4-th grados.and Willlard Mitchell third in the nth and Cth grades. MRS, HANIFAN, NEAR ST, JOE, LOSES UNCLE St. .loo, Mar. 20 — Bernard Ha.ni- fan, south of Livermore, and his mother Mrs. il. Iliinlfan, St. Joe, drove to Clarion last wook Wednesday to attend the funeral of Elgin Benedict, undo of Mrs. Hani fan. Mr. Benedict was known bore, also at Livermore, having often visited here and there. He died at S3 yearn from infirmities of age ait tho homo of a daughter, Mrs. Will Henry, and i 1 * iilso survived by four gr'-ndchlldrcn His wife and one daughter diod some jears ago. Lorraine Stattloinun to AVcd— Banns of marriage were announced Sunday for tho first time at St. Joseph's churoh for Lorraine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Stattleman, and Joseph Vollinor, both of St. Joe. They aro well known in. this vicinity and they plan to live in a tenant houso on the Martin McGulre farm, \\-heo-o Mr. Vollmer is employed. Clinngo In Ijcnt«n Services— Lenten devotions 'this week wore changed from Friday evening to Thursday evening, due to forty hours, adoration in other parishes. Thirteen hours' -adoration at St. Jo- .scphVi church last week Tuesday was exceptionally well attended. Chiclfs Lost In UlazP— The Adolph Furhmans tost a few hundred day old chicks Friday night by fire in their brooder houses. The fh-emen were called from Bode, but the blaze was extinguished be- for they arrived. Girl's ApiM'iirtix is Removed— iB.ibel Kellncr underwent an operation for appendicitis Friday niorn- ff at Mercy hospital, Fort rxidge. Kdw. Hoover, Bode, helped with the work at Peter Kayser's last week. T\vo liirlhdnys C'cK'bi-atcd— Mrs. John Furhman, Mi-s. Tom Devine and Sus;ui Naber spent last week Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. George Becker's helping her cole- brato a birthday. Other St. Joe. The Archio Lansingi, are now living in the tenant house on the Henry Kohlhaas farm, where. Archio will bij employed this season. Tlie Archio will be employed this season. Tho Hiram Rit-s family from near Gilmore City, aro living with the J/an- singi-i for the present. The George Sehallers visited 'them Friday, airs. Hies and Mrs. Schaller ai'e sisters. Joseph Becker, Jr., accompanied by his mother Mrs. Joseph Becker Sr., Florence Josa.1, Edward 'Becker, Jnme.s Finley, spent Friday at Charles City. The Nick Phillips family, Claremont, Minn., went 'homo last Thursday, af^er several days here, leav- ing'the daughter Cecelia for a longer vielt. Dora Hllbert returned to her work tit Pocahon-tas liiet week Monday, having recuperated from recent mas- toiditia operation at 'her 'home here. Gtorgo Leiu-rt;». and 'his son AU'in ehmgled the hous'j and did otliei carpenter ^vo"k at Sylvester Wagner's last week. Friends gathered at the Frank Weydert homo Sunday evening to help Mary F-lsch celebrate a birthday. luxymond Beektr and Eugene Thul were vls'tors at Matt Becker'.*, near Hurt, last week Wednesday evening. Mary Jane DeVaul, Eagle Grove, jpent from last Thursday till Sunday wiUh her aunt, Mrs. Tom De- Mrs Herlew Nealeon, near Brad- e ,oto spent a few days last week with her elster. Mrs. William Ham- The A. C. Holtzbauers Algona, \vero Sunday evening supper guests at William Hammer's. The Matt Bormanns, near bt. ±sen- eddct. spent Sunday at the parental Uck Bormann's Sr. Cornelia Faber, near West Band, ha* spent some time with her sister, Mrs. Paul Thllgee. Elsie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zleroet, recently had hex ton- Is removed. T-^^I Paul Ernest was at Fort Dodge last week Wednesday having eye Ben4 were Sunday Bancroft PARISH NIGHT OBSERVED AT LOTTS CREEK I/oils Creek, Mar. 20— Parish right WHB observed Friday evening •t the school ha.l, Tlio quartet and and rendered a few selections, nd talkt; were given by the Rev. J. Fteno and William Sohmlol, after vlrich 000 was iilayed. Tho high icores were won by Nick Oenglcr incl Mrs. Wm. Fuersten.au, low by 'rank Pompo. Guests were Mr. and. •Irs. George Sctiuitj?, Whittemorc, nd air. and Mrs. Clarence Blevstedt, 'onton, Mr. Genglcr lias beon oleot- I pariah night chairman, with llu- ;o FaulsUch n»s assistant. Mr. and -Irs. Walter Kmuso and Mr. and VI rs. Herman liintz wore elected to servo on a parish night committee 'or next month with Mr. and Mrs. iklwln Lieb and Mr. and Mrs. Her- Dert Poitratz. Card 1'arly is Given— A 500 card party was hold nit \rthur Krcssin's last Thursday evening, ana high score was won by Airs. August Biers led t for women ind Klvin iBierstedt for men; low by Mrs. Arnold Meyer and Gust Bierstedt. Attending; the Ferdinand and larcv\ce TJlerstedts, Fenton, Wie Otlo Uiesoners, -Mrs Edward Kressin, Orville and Ortwtn, t'he August Blomtcclts, Fenton, the Will Drey- crs, tho Arnold Meyers, and Harold Schmidt. Surprise for Mrs. KohUves— Relatives, neighbors, and other friends gathered at t'he John Kohl- wos homo Saturday evening to sur- Mayor Ix-en visiting relatives here two months. Confirmation Planned for Sunday— Next Sunday morning, HO o'clock confirmation exercises will take place at the Lutheran church. Examination day will 1)0 this week Friday at the Lutheran school. Paronls und all others interested aro anvi- tod. V. T. S. Meets Tomorrow Tflglit— The Y. P. S. motels thte week Friday evening at tho Lutheran sohool hall. Edna and Uerllia Potratz, fil- vin Ruhnko, and Kdwin Wittkopt are on the serving committee. Bv- oryone Interested is invited. Jlrs. llilyuo to Hospital— Mrs. Milford Bllyuo fell sick Friday and was taken to the General (hospitnl, Algona. Sho te suffering from an aljcess. Mrs. 'Bilyiie gave birth to a lx>y a few weeks ago. Two Quilling Hoes Given- Mrs. John Kohlwes attended a nluliting party at Mrs. Arthur Kra.uso's Fenton, last week Tuesday, and KlHio Kohhves attended another rot tho same place next day. CALL THEATRE cctnc SYSTE Only Western Electric Wide Range in Kossuth Co. or Northern Iowa. It is your guarantee of 100 per cent entertainment. Western Electric Sound Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday March 21-22-23 George White's SCANDALS Maurice Borlrard, hlK mother, Mrs John Bornhard, and Callista Ela beckcr, R. N., drove 'to Can-oil last week Tuesday, and Mr. Bernfharc ana his mother returned the. sam day but Mi«.s E'lsbecker remained 'to consult doctors. Saturday she un dor-went a.n operation, ana Mondaj word wa.s i-ocelvod 'here that she wa, very low. Miss Elsbecker took he training at St. Anthony's hospita there, and her sister, Mrs. Olgr Elsbecker, R. N., is caring for hei Sho Is tlie youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs. Louis Elsbecker. Georgia Carmcan, Frances !Ber ena, Margo Welp, Maxdne Guide Sr. M. Cletus, Sr. M. Miklrod, Si Rita Clare, Sr. Honora, Sr. Win: fred, lyawrence Becker, and Ellei Samlt drove to Pocohantas las. Thursday evening to attend semi •finale in t'ho Sioux City diocesan de clamatory contest. Schools represen •ted were Algona Clare, Pocahontas Whlttemore, and Bancroft. Elle Sando, ]3a-ncroft, who read Mrs Solomon Schiklofritz and the Fou O'clock Train, In the 'humorous won third place. Forty hours devotion wtll open at St John's this week Wednesday morning and close Friday evening. Tho speaker will be Father Norbent, C. P. assistant superior 'at St. Gabriel's .Monastery, l>cs Mo'ines. Faih- er Xorbert coralucted sea-vices at St John's Sunday, the Rev, J. F. Scliultes being a.t Sioux City assisting In the ordination of Father Quinn. Tho ten high cream checks paid by itho Bancroft creamery for two wtoks follows: Henry I^ampe, $92.52; J. J. Nurre estate, 582.11; Leo Bornhard $gl.54; F H, Meschoi- $74.19; Ben Lampe, $60.34; John Wes- KOlman $59.33; P. S. Wilheljnl ?50.- 5J; Herman Soderberg $44.74; Wll- lam Goehe §44.74; Fred Tiggce, $41.89. The firo department was called Friday to the Jos. Elsbecker farm southeast of Bancroft, where a wood pilo close to the house was on fire. Tho Elslwckers lost a fine homo by fire last fall, when a fire slanted while the family was attending church on a Sunday morning. The Robert Wests, Perry, spent Friday and Saturday witih Mr. West's mother. Mi\s. West had a birthday Friday, and six Bancroft women took her by surprise that afternoon. Mra. West 'has been in poor health for years and is an invalid. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anderson have, a son, born March 1'5. Mr. and Mre. Joe Fox had a daughter, born last week Monday, but she lived only an hour. Mr. and Mi's. Fox have been married 13 years, andi this •was their first child. Mr. and Airs. Alphonso Fangman, of Alta, two children, and Donald Dyer spent Sunday with the M. J. Dyers and Frank Fangmans. Mrs. Fangman Is a daughter of Mr. and Mre. Dyer. Her sister Bernice, who came home lust July from California because of illness, is much improved of late. Viola Merrill went to Algona Sunday, and Monday started working ait the Sue Morlan beauty shop. Miss Merrill came home Saturday from Fenton, -where ehe helped In a beauty parlor six weeks. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Merrill, Mrs. William Quinn and her two daughters took Mrs. Helen Stauffacher to her home tit Lu Verne Monday. Mrs. Stauffacher had spent a week here wiith her sisters, Mrs. Quinn and -Mrs. Eugene Wolf. Mrs. Joe Jenks, son Kermit, Mr. and Mrs. ClareJice Prlebe, son Her], and Ray Marquis, Ltdyard, attended a state basketball tournament at Cedar Falls last Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Mrs. J. A. Devine and her eon John will drive to Ames this week Wednesday to get Emmet Devine, who will spend a vacation with his parents, Dr. and Mre. J. A. Devine. Helen Bryden, primary *teaciier at Buffalo Center, spent the weekend with her parents, the Rev, and Mre. C. E. Bryden. The John Segers, Livermore, spent Sunday at the Mrs. Mary Seger, John Williams, and G. D. Hart homes. Declaims at Lu Verne. Isabel Greeoberg, who won first in dramatics in a county declamatory contest at 'Ledyard last week Tuesday evening, went to Lu Verne last night to take part in a sub-district contest. If sne won there sine will advance to a district contest, and the next step will tie a, state tourney. Her selection is """" Alien." prise. (Mrs. Kohlwes "on binthda y anniversary. 'her 65th Attending were the Richard Poitratz, family, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kucker the Adolph Perils, the Herman Dreyers, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer, son Derril Don, and Paul Eigler, Fenton. Albert Itchnko In Hospital- Richard Potratz has received word from Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bohnlce, who are taking treatment at Excelsior Springs, Mo., and stay- Ing a.t their son Fred's, that Mis. Mrs. Bohnike is doing we'll but Mr. Behnke is confined to a hospital. The people are making garden at Excelsior. Mli-s. Behnke is a sister Mr. Potratz. of Farewell For Dreyer Girls — A farewell party took place a few nights ago at Mr and Mrs. Arthur Dreyer's in honor of their daughters Agnes and Hilda (Mra Eugene Walker), who will leave this week Wednesday for Pasadena, Calif. where Mrs. Warlker lives Agnes will look for work. Jlrs. Walker had Corn-Hog Committee Itusy— Committecmen are looking after tho contracted corn lands which are to bo left idle this year. Other Lotts Creek. Mr. and -Mrs. Herbert Potratz accompanied Mr. and Mrs. 1-1. V. Schultz and their daughter Edna Rodman Sunday to vteit William Bargmam, who is laid'up with rheumatism of ithe hea,rt at the 'home of his parents, Mr. anl Mrs. Henry Bargman. Elsie Koh'lwes accompanied Mns. F. H. Eigler Fenton, and itihe latter's sons Paul and Durwood, with Virginia ITuskamp, all of Fenton, to Omnfha Sunday Durwood secured a position as pharmacist in a drug store there Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dreyer and their daughter, Mrs. Eugene Walker, spent a few days lost week at Henry and Karl Dreyer's, Austin, Minn. Arthur is a brother of Henry and Karl. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kreesln and the* Otto Lelseners drove to Austin, Mdnn., last week Tuesday to visit Henry and Karl Dreyer and the Oscar Kohlwes and Jacobs families. Elma Potratz returned last week Wednesday to Fort Dodge where she is employed at William Becker's. Hilda Potratz is employed in. a green house owned by Mr. Becker. Mrs Eimllie Heidenwiith has been sick with the flu, as was also Mrs. Harold Smith. Mrs. Herman Reisner was laid up a few days last week with rheumatism. HERE'S A TRIPLE SAVING— Save on your cost—save your buildings — save your animals. Rolled roofing at Gamble's 9th AJI- niversary Sale. 35 lb., 98c roll; 45- lh., $1.45. Outside white .paint, $1.19 gal. Flat wall, $1.00 gal. Linseed oil, 89c gal. 39-27 Sunday and Monday, March 25.28 It has tine State Fair angle! Is At his inimitable best in this racy role' bringing to vivid life an American classic DAVID HJU1UM / with Louise Dresser Evelyn Yenabld Kent Taylor Siepin Fetchit Directed by Janet CrtiM From the novel by Edward Novel WetteoH Watch, for Bill and the Deacon. Watch for the trotting race. It's 100 per cent entertainment. And clean as a whisle. and KTJTH ETTING in "Torch Tango" Micky Blouse and News Tuesday, March 27 BAKK DEPOSIT NIGHT! She wanted 'him—so did .the policet Easter Togs SPRING HARMONY In Color . . . Pattern . . . Texture AND ABOVE ALL—THESE ABE THE BEST SPRING STYLES We're fussy about the clothes we sell—because we know that our customers are fussy when they buy. This collection of suits is as new as tomorrow—and we'd suggest that you look them over, since Easter's close at hand. See the lively checks, plaids, and stripes. Enjoy the comfort of the new semi-drapes. And cheer to the new shades of blue .... brown ... and gray. And they're tailored by HART SCHAFP- NER & MARX. The price mostly ^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^H^^^ -- - SHIRTS, TOO—in harmony, at 95c, $1.45, and $1.95 Fancy Socks, 19c 25c, 35c and 60c Underwear, for the best 50c, 75c, and $1.00 Shorts and Shirts 25c, S5c, 60c Your Easter Hat in the right color and style at the price you can afford Misbach Clothing Co, The new store across from Postoffice Watch for Dixie Dunbar, the southern hotciha stepper. 300—SCAN DOUDS—300 Watch for Cliff Edwards in "The Six Wives of Henry VIII." Saturday Double Feature, March 24 WALTER HUSTON in "Keep 'Em Rolling" •Story of an army man and his horse—and Zane Grey's "To the Last Man" Scrappy Kin Tin Tin Serial —Also— Mixed Nuts Comedy Italy Old and New Thursday and Friday, March 28-29 proves it again— for good measure. KatilMAMtA HEPBURN SPITFIRE" 1F..J, ROBERT THUMB , „ o RALPH (ILLUtr uaio UlltNA The world's best actress in "Little Women." Better than that! in "SPITFIRE" First showing in this territory. ELY CULREETSON in Transatlantic Bridge Tricks He beats a band of oroofts. Seven spades doubled and redoubled. See this one. Comedy program—"Ducky Dear" We solve your problem on bearings for tractors, trucks, and passenger cars. We carry a large supply of timpkin roller bearings and new-departure ball bearings. We save you 30 to 40 per cent. Joe Greenberg PHONE 118 Mr. Easter Bunny is known for his fleecy whiteness. Your laundry will come back to you just as white if you have it done by our thorough methods. Faultless work, or you don't pay us! KIRSCH LAUNDRY

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