Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1934 · Page 11
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IBERSHQP ', business Friday I j, Hartshorn IBIORY ScMastic_Kcy^iven20at DC Pauw University M«* •••••tf%i ••%* • 11 • ~-—•—'—-— J PAGE THBSa Found*! in 1901 Matter the PogtofflW Miu« EX-WESLEYAN PRESIDES AT CEREMONIES Wesley, Apr. 17—A recently published account of a chapel meeting at De 'Pauw university, Greecas- tle, Ind., reada in .part as follows: "A special Phi Beta Kappa chapel was held at DePauw university Tuesday at whidh tflie list of seniors elected to this honorary scholastic fraternity were announced. iDr. Glenn W. Giddings, pre- aident of the DePauw chapter, read the list and presided.. "There were 20 seniors so (honored, 15 men, five co-eds. All men were iRector scholars.. "The speaker was Dr.. G. Bromley Oxnam, president of DePauw. He defended tlhe scholar, popularly supposed to ibe impractical, giving him credit for being behind all tlhe great discoveries that have made our modern civilzation." Mr. Giddings, a native Wesleyan, is a doctor, not of medicine hut of philosophy, conferred by .an earned degreo the University of Algona, Iowa. j. I. BONAB J69-W, Algona. low*. 5MIAHON & 1 B. Linnan Algona, low* & LOWE J. »• Attorneys-at-Law R. J. H. 44« [oHice over Postoltlce^ I, 0. W. 8TII/1MAB Lawyers j over Iowa State Bank Algona, low* - — Ighumway E. D. KelU ISHOHWAY * KELLY Attorneys-at-Law (flee In Qulnby Block Algona, lam Atttorney-at-Lnw i In Qulnby Building Phone 180 ! HIBAM B. WHITE Attorney-at-law i over Iowa State Bank. Algona, low* P. A. BANSOJT Attorney-At-LinT i over Iowa State Banlc fees: Office, 400-J.; Rea. S15 Wisconsin, and he is a .processor of physics at DePauw. Ten to C. 1). of A. Banquet— The Mesdames Agatha Haverly, Julius Studer, Kate Kennedy, Julius Kunz, Henry Haverly, Alfredi lErdmann, John Loebig, Victor Loe- toig, and Emma Studer and Susie Pfiffner attended a meeting and banquet for past C. D. A. presidents at Mason City Sunday. The hanquet was at noon and was followed by a program. Miss Pfiffnor is president of this Parley, and .Mrs. Erdmann is Grand Regent of the Wesley Court. Fifteen to Legion Aux Meet- Fifteen members from Wesley attended a joint Legion-Auxiliary meeting at Titonka last week Tuesday evening: Messrs, and Mesdames CO. L. Lease, Halvor Flora Jr., J. L. Studer, Tom Forburger, and Doctor and Mrs. Bonnstetter, Mrs. Helen Johson, Auxiliary president, John Hutdhison, Joe Matern, Legion commander, Edw. Monson, and.Al Rosemeyer. One hundred eighty delegates were registered. State Candidate in Call Ross R. Mowry, Newton repub- ican candidate for attorney gener- 'al, made a pleasant call on the) Rev. and Mrs. McNulty at the Methodist parsonage Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Mowry and the (McNul- tys have a mutual acquaintance in Dr. Leslie Logan,.Mr. Howry's pastor at 'Newton, and Mrs. Logan, (this, couple having 'been schoolmates ot Mr. and Mrs. McNulty at John Fletcher college, Oskalooea. Class for Ilebekahs Conducted— Mrs. Guy M. Butts, accompanied by Mesdames John Amesbury and Carl (Franzen, went to Britt last week Tuesday to conduct a class - — Anna Kramer, St. Joe Girl, and Ernest Bormannto Wed St. Jno, Apr. 17 — Hnnns were cnll- ed Sunday for the first time at St. Joseph church for Anna, dauglhlcr of Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Kramer, and Ernest, son of Mr. and Mrs Nick 'Bormann Sr., all living in tho St. Joe vicinity. Mrs. Fitcli Loses Noplicw— Mra. iHay Fitch received word Friday niflht of tilio death of a nephew, Lo Roy Johnson, Ifl year- old-son of Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, farm era living near St Benedict. Le Hoy has been sick tho past several months. Francis Illf? to Hospital— Francis, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 11 lg, was taken to tho Mercy ihospital at Fort Dodge last week Thursday night. He is suffering from mastoiditis and double pneumonia. Stella Bormann R. N., is caring for him. Hiyerdale Infant IHcs — Harold Nicholas 18-day old son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Loners, died Tuesday. Funeral services were to be held at tflie Catholic church, West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Loners farm in Riverdale township. oat seeding and will soon begin preparing tho gruond for corn. Nick Bormann Sr. Honored— Relatives gave Nick Bormann Sr. a surprise Sunday at bis farm homo m honor of his birthday. Other St. Joe. The Joseph iStattlemans spent Sunday at Joseph Vollmer's. Mr. and Mrs:. Herman Becker, Livermore, were dinner guests at Jolin Becker's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Nick Huberty, St. Benedict, visited relatives here Sunday. Emma Becker is assisting with household duties at Mrs. Lucy Wagner's. Rosalia 'Friders is at John S. .Roding's, and Helen Statt- leman is at Peter Schmit's. Dora Hilbert returned to Ihei work in Pocahontas last week Thursday after several days here wi!,h her parents, Mr. and Mrs Matt Hilbert. Theresa Erhavdt, Paulotte Von- derhaas, and Mildred Ennis o\ Hunvboldt, spent Sunday witili Su- iSan Na'ber. Mrs. Herbert 'Benge and Mrs Herlew Neilson spent last week Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Win Hammer. Club Jlns Quilling Hoe—. Eleven members of Dho Friendly club met with Mrs. John Bockes April 4. Mrs. George Scuffham was assistant (hostess. This was an all- day meeting and time was spent quilting for Mrs. Bockes. Aunt of ^Irs. Fridcrs Dies— Mr. and Mrs. John Friders left Sunday for 'New Hampton to attend a funeral for Mrs. Friders's aunt, Barbara Roppenlliiem iLiverinore Couple Married— Mrs. Emma Carroll and 'Charles Jones, both of Livermore, were quietly married in Fort Dodge last Thursday Oats Seeding is Done— Many fanners have completed Iiuclla, daughter of Ben Gisdh-, was taken to Iowa City last week Tuesday to have eye glases fitted. Theodore Schrader and daughter Margaret, of Wesley, were Sunday guests at Mrs. Lucy Wagner's. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thul, of Whittemore, spent last week Wednesday afternoon at John Ttoul's Marie Gise'h went to Burt tihe first of the week and will spend somei time at Matt Becker's. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reding returned last week Thursday night from Rochester, Minn. TI.e Peter J. Erpeldings spent Sunday with relatives in Whittemore. •Mr. and Mrs. John Friders recently spent a day at Fort Dodge. Ben Thilges is assisting with the farm duties at Wm. Haglind's GEO, JOHNSONS LOSE SON, 20; BRIED MONDAY Titonka, Apr. 17—George LeRoy Johnson, who had been critically sick for some weeks, died at his home Friday, and funeral services were conducted at the Metlhodist church, Algona, Monday afternoon CABSOi A. YFASDEB Attorney-at-Lnw lOttlce over Postofflce. (9 Algona, IB. 1IIISON JONAH) C. HUTCHISON ITHEODORE c. HOTCHISOH Attprneys-at-Law Quinby Building toy t'lie 'Rev. Fremont Faul, Doan pastor. The young man was born in Algona DOCTORS I JOHN N. KE\EFICK [Physician and Surgeon ) over Rexall Drug Stort Offloo phone 300 Rea. phono 326. |H,CttETZMEYER,M. D. pngeon and Physician. PM John Galbraith Block. Phones 444-310. low* ,?' T-. JANSE, M. D. ijilclan and Burgeon on S OUth Dodge " OKIce, 666; residence, 18! Algona, Iowa _ lltof? PHA 8EO, M. B. ™ and Surgeon Quinby Bids., Room 14. Phone No. 12 BOUBNB - —J Surgeon ™ Postofflce Block residence,' jl) ANDBEW8, D. o7 Hospital 688. DENTISTS Dentist. iwnovocalne used for ex- FI over Christenaen Store. r Blame* 166, residence «0 A1 sona, Iowa ' W. POX ar| ang BSffBLfflffli? Secretary. in unwritten work for .the .Retoek- ahs at the home of a member. This 1 was in conjunction with a meeting of the iRebekah 'Circle, and following a business meeting the women sewed for the Mason City Odd Fellows home or the needy in whom the Society is interested. To Distribute Garden Seeds— The local Legion Auxiliary met last Thursday evening, Mrs. L. L. Lease, Ihostess. Under Mrs. Bonnstetter, community welfare chairman, wife of the local veterinary, the Auxiliary will distribute garden seeds, work done by the Red Cross last year. A work and radio meeting will be held with Mrs. Lease next week Thursday. Wesleynns to Southgate Funeral— The Skow families and o-tiher members of the local Congregational church, also Mr. and Mrs. Ammoa Lease, attended the funer- lal of the Rev B. M. Soutthgate at Britt Monday afternoon. Mr. Southgate one time was Congregational pastor at Algona, and the family resided tfoere many years. Theater Party for B. B. Girls- Miss iReimer, teacher, took a large group of basket hall girls to the theater at Algona last Thursday night, and afterwards the parity had luncheon at a restaurant. Miss Packard, another teacher, attended a school operetta, Once in a Blue Moon, at Corwifih last week Tuesday evening. Mrs. Peter Stow is 82— Mrs. Peter Skow was 82 Monday, and the event was observed with a family party Sunday at Mrs. Skow's home here. Those present besides the hostess were Mr. and Mrs Marion Paulson, the Jorgert Skow, Esther Skow, and Ole Flom families Methodist Pastors Meet Here— Tih* Rev. and Mrs. I. C. McNulty will entertain the Methodist ministers and wives of the Algona sub-district this week Tuesday. These meetings are held regularly at .the (homes of the pastors. Mrs. McCutcliin Reported Low- Mrs. McCutchin, mother of Mrs. Henry Kunz, has lor some time been in .poor health, and is now reported rapidly failing. Wesley Wins Ball Game— Our boys won, 10-4, in the first baseball game of the season. against Lu Verne here Friday. freshmen Have a Party— The high school freshmen had Plum Creek township June, 1914 He attended school in Plum Creek township, later the Algona school, and was baptised at the Doan dhurch July 10, 1921. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo Johnson Sr., live east of Algona there are two sisters, Marjorie and Vera Jnlinson. Grandparents on thej mother's .side are Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clark, 'Britt. As Farmer's Wife Sees Booze Store To the Editor—We have always considered Algona a fine, clean little city; good churches, good schools, good public library, paved streets, good homes, good moral influences, socially of the better class. If now a liquor store is established in Algona, it will be a big drop for the town and will be a black spot on its name. "We hope and pray that it will never come. Algona. MES. A. J. KEEN. WNITTEMORE PAIR WEDDED 54 YEARS AGO Whittemore, April 17 — Sons, daughters, and families gathered at tho home of Mr and Mrs. Jos. iBisenius last week Sunday to help them celebrate their 54th wedding anniversary. Attending were the William, Mike, and Jos. Jr. iBesdh families and the James and John Bisenius families, of Whittemore. Tho elder Mr. and Mrs Jos. Bisenius, who have lived here more tihan 40 years, moved to town from their farm nortlh of Whittemore 13 years' ago. Last January 19 Mr. Bisen- lius suffered a fractured leg and ami when (he was struck by a truck and though he is 84 he has fully recovered. Aid Honors Lutheran 1'ostor—• St. Paul's Lutheran Aid last Thursday had a program arranged in Ihonor of the Rev. Mr. Discher, who had been here a year. Those on the serving list for next month are Mesdames Henry and 'Erwini Wiehtendahl, Albert Meyer, H. R. Zumach, Herman and C. C. Baas. Seven in Music Festival- Taking .part from here in a county school music festival at Algona Saturday evening were (Leo and Lewis Dogotch, Wilbur and Maynard .Roeber, George Talar, Harold Voiglit and Jolhn (Fish. To Move Lunch Room— A. A. Zumach, now operating a lunch room in the old state hank building will move to the old Anthony Schmidt Sr. implement building. Mrs. Win. floeber Has Birthday— (Relatives and. friends (helped. Mrs. Wiliam Roeber celebrate a birthday anniversary last week Wednesday evening. Ehwin Greinert Has Accident- Edwin Greinert suffered finger cuts and wrist lacerations in a recent disc accident Dodge, formerly of Whittemore, visited Father Wm. Veit Sunday. The Prank Bells, Blue Earth, •spent last Thusday with (Mrs. Bell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Cordes. Elmo Barber and Herbert Zu- macb took a truck load of cattle to Sioux City last Tthursday. Tihe Louis Braatz family were" Sunday guests at Herman Strueck- er's, at Fenton. J. V. Elbert and son Bud drove to Omaha, Tuesday on (business. Alice Hantelman is recovering from an attack of pneumonia. Gene Schocmhoven and the Geo. Balgeman children are sick. The John Volk children have 'been sick for the past week Clean Rugs Now! Color and beauty restored to rugs because of thorough cleaning. We remove every particle of soil, and grit, not a trace remains. This work is done by experts of many years experience. We have cleaned your rugs for 20 years. You are not experimenting. Ask your neighbor and then phone 330. We call for and deliver back to you promptly. Resizing, refringing, rebuilding, and repairing. ... i ,-.*)£ Phone for estimate on drapes, curtains. We guarantee to please. Send us your furs for storage and remodeling now. ELK CLEANERS 6. & B. Special Academy T)ofeats Cylinder— The Cylinder baseball team lost to the local academy team ihere Sunday 22-8. THE BIGGEST SELLER IN ALGONA NONE BETTER AT 5c Made by careful workmen from the finest of tobacco. Ask for G. & B. and accept no substitute, and get smoke satisfaction. After a fair trial you won't need to be told that it's a GOOD CIGAR. Once a "Special" Smoker— Always a "Special" Smoker Just ask for a "Special" (with the yellow band) if you want your money's worth in smoke enjoyment Sold by All Algona Dealers. "Woman's Club Meets Thursday— The Woman's club met with Mrs. Jay Budlong last Thursday; leader, Mrs. Frances Budlong; lesson, Ecuador; roll call on outstanding events in Iowa's history. Attending: Mesdames Nadine de Vries, Mrs. R. C. 'Ball, Mrs. H. A. French, Carrie Torgerson, Mayme Oester- veteran, makes the poppies sold by Kossut'h. Auxiliary units. Measles and Mumps Cases- Barbara, daughter of Dr. and R. C. Ball, came down with tlhe measles Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Larson's son Stanley has had the mumps. Aunt of Mrs. AVenlz Pies— Mrs. Fred Wentz went to .Blue Earth, Minn., last Thursday to attend the funeral of an aunt, returning Sunday. reicher, Pierre Wolfe, Homer Sartor, Downs, Lee O. Herman VANCE Iowa a .party at .toe schoolJhouse last week Wednesday evening. Other Wesley News. Communion services were held at the Metnodiat church Sunday. The Rev. Mr. MoNulty will preacto at revival services for the Rev. Mr. Baddeley at Lu Verne this week Thursday. On account of Mrs. Me- Nulty's sudden illness, the Mc- Nultys did not attend a district W. 'F. M. S. convention at Kanawha Rachut, Virgil Pendergast, and Roy 'Budlong. At the next meeting next week Thursday Mrs. Harry Beed will too hostess; Mrs Fred Wentz leader. Fifty to Music Festival- Fifty high school and grade pupils here drove to Algona Saturday and took part in a county school music festival Dhere tJhat hight. Supt. C. A. Hoon and Irmai Campbell, music director, accompanied them. The girls' and hoys' glee clubs and band were on the program. The band is directed by D. Wane Collins, hand teacher in. the Algona schools. "Weiner llonst in Woods— There was a wiener roast in the Nelson woods, west of .town, last week Tuesday night. Attending: Mildred and Harold Krantz, Edithmae Budlong, Ardith Nauman,Arlo Larson, Arthur Askin, John Gartner, Lois Heifner, Stanley and Bernice Larson, Barbara Ball, William Kennedy, Herbert Rakow Kathryn Schram, Helen Beed, and Wilbur Sdhram. Pep Auxiliary Skit Planned- Mrs. V. V. Naudain, Algona, and Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Lone Rock, spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. W J 'Denton. These women are a committee of three, with Mrs. Naudain as chairman, to write a skit on the Iowa Legionaire to he presented by the Kossuth Legion Auxiliary at a spring pep meeting at Fort Dodge May 15^ Denton to Drug Meeting— W J 'Denton accompanied Mr. Sneli, Buffalo Center druggist, to Emmetsburg last Thursday to attend a meeting at which Clay, Palo Alto, Emmet, Dickinson, and Kos- ,sutn county druggists organized a five-county association. Poppy Veteran Auxiliary Guest— The Anton Sorensons, near Al- ,gona attended a Legion Auxiliary meetne: here one day last week. Mr Sorenson, a crippled world war WHITTEMORE NEWS Sunday guests at 'Elmo Barber's iiome were the Mrs. Andrew Barber family, Mrs. A Barber's motto-, ther, Mrs. Frank Fenn, and Caffie, Finclair, all of Graettinger. Andrew and Elmo and brothers. George Carmody and his orchestra .played at a St. Cecelia academy dance last Thursday night. Attending from Ihere were Postmaster and Mrs. J. S. Cullen and tlheir daughter Theresa. Mr. and Mrs| Bruner and Mr. and Mrs. Jensen of Mason City were Sunday guests at (Robert Finnell's Sr. Mrs. Bruner and Mrs. Jensen are botfli daughters of ,tha Finnells. Mr. and Mrs. James Hogan and Nick Semon went to Rochester onei day last week and brought back Mrs. Nick Semon, wiho Ihaxl for a mortgage loans on Algona property month been a .patient at St. Mary's conservatively appraised and in- hospital. John Simon, who has been at 5 and 6 % ON [SAVINGS ALGONA BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION Inc. 1917 Authorized Capital $1,000,000.00 For 17 years this Association has continued to pay not less than 5% on paid-up shares and 6% on installment shares. A continuous record since organization o£ good earnings, all very carefully secured through first Other Titonka News. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. de Vries and Dr. and Mrs. H. I. Torgerson entertained at five tables of hridge last week Wednesday evening Mrs. the McCreery 'hospital since a week ago Friday, following an appendicitis operation, was taken home) riday. Patricia Weir, R. N., was Ihis nurse. sured. You can invest in a lump sum or start a savings of $1.00 per month — anytime. Sunday guests home here were at Victor Dau's the Art Zinnels Homer Downs prize, and Mr. won and tlhe Mrs. travel C. A. •Hoon had the low score. A buffet luncheon was served. C. A. Thomas, Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy, and the latter's daughter Minnie visited last Thursday a* Mrs. Sturdivant's, Fort Dodge, and W. J. Denton accompanied them to attend a conference of druggists The Charles Sargents, Hampton, spent Sunday with the Harry Beeds, who are formerly of Hampton. Hazel and Edifih Budlong, also Hampton, spent the week-end witto their mother, Mrs. .Frances Budlong. Mrs. Mary Sartor and her daughter Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher attended Forester installation services Sunday afternoon at Bancroft. Dr. R. C. Ball and Jay Budlong attended a Masonic dinner and lodge meeting at the Masonic Temple, Algona, Friday eevning.. iRalph Hansen who (had been working in surrounding towns, is 1 now visiting his grandmother, Mrs, George Hansen. Jay Budlong drove to Kanawna on a business mission last Thursday. He also called on Herman Rachut there. last week Tuesday. Mildred Bentoa, ©mmfctsburg teacher, spent the week-end toome. The Vee Mullios were Sunday visitors at the iaooae o£ Vee'a cousja, Gordon Carpenter, Emmets- foure. MJS. Qrasby is helping Mrs. Hopkins with housecleaning •Tjlie preparatory jaewberdliap class «I the Methodist church will saeet u> tto.e Lsague room «t TM this week Friday evening. Fred Diekmann and his father, August Diekmann, visited a i>rotu- er of Fred's near New Hampton Saturday and Sunday. . Two daughters of Mr. and Mis. Rav Niewald, Mason City, lornier- fy Wel^y, visited friends here S Vo*Iey drew a bye for the first round hi a baseball tournament to be Iheld at Titonka this week F T?e y 'high school Juniors are at work on a -play, The Laugh Clown to 'wSS^*, who teaches , epeat the week-end at BOYS 4-H CLUB WORK STARTEDJ EARNEST Now that the weather ia favorable, spring activities In boys' 4-H club work have started in earnest under the direction of Marion Soults, of Clarion, new county club agent. Clubs have been formed or organization work done at Algona, Bancroft, and Fenton, and In Swea, Eagle, Hebron, and Grant townships. In some cases former clubs have been reorganized, but there are also a few new ones. Besides baby beef and dairy calf clubs, sheep, hog, and chicken clubs are contemplated. The general trend in 4-H clubs follows closely the chief interests of their respective communities and also is closely parallel to the trend in adult programs, according to Mr. Soults. It is for this reason that certain projects, for example, dairy calf clubs are promoted where interest in dairying Is prevalent. and Merlyn Westfall, of West Bend, and Esther Schumaker. Mrs. Dau was formerly Viola Zinnel. The Tom Millers of Royal, and Mary .Frances Magiura, of Emmetsburg, were Sunday guests at Herman Fandel's. Mrs. Miller and Mra. Fandel are sisters Leona Haag, R. N., Sioux City, came home last week Wednesday to take care of her brother Peter Haag's children, who have scarlet fever Mrs. 'L. J. Weisbrod and Pearl Haase, Fenton, were Friday afternoon callers on the former's daughter, Mrs. Kern 'Elerick. Leona Dreyer, employed at H. R. Zumach's store, spent the weekend witfi her parents, the Robert Dreyers, of Lotts Creek. Louis and Elmer Vaudt, of St. Joe, sons of Albert Vaudt visited relatives Sunday. The Vaudts formerly lived here. Olga and Esther 'Discher, of Wall Lake, spent the week-end with their hrotlher, the Rev. W. H. Dis- dher. The Rev. W. H. Discher attended a ipastors conference at Fairvilie from last week Tuesday till Thursday. Father C. P Sweeney, of BRort Interest paid January 1st July 1st each year. EXPERIENCE AND CARE IN handling the savings of hundreds of members in this Association to- jether with a continuous record of sound earnings is your proof for the safety of this organization. THE ALGONA BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Directors and Officers. H. R. Cowan President M. G. Norton Vice President C. R. La Barre ... See'y-Treasurer G. W. Stillman Council and M. P. Weaver E. J. McEvoy A. L. Peterson W. B. Quarton O N Is NE OP OUK BEST SIDELINES mimeographing. This is the reproduction of typewriting on paper or cards. You would be surprised to know how much of this work ve do. We mimeograph bulletins, .etters, cards, etc., and the cost la much less than printing. Suppose you want to send out a circular letter, a notice of any kind, or a card. We mimeograph the Job for you in a few minutes, and the work cannot be told from individual typewriting. And you can sign your name to the mimeograph stencil if you desire, and the signature will then appear on every sheet. — Advance. ZBtf SURE TO LIVE—SURE TO GROW. That's the reputation won by Henry Field Nursery Stocks during the past 4 years. Trees, rose bushes, shrubs, berries. We have them in Algona for you this year. Seeds, too. All Henry Field quality. At the Gamble Store. 44-31 SPRING FOOTWEAR The newest shoes are artfully designed to look all simplicity; yet there is such a world of style to them—so many little cut-outs that each pair is an individual creation. Ties, pumps, sport oxfords, and a wide array of whites. Christensen Bros, Co. Shoe Department PHONE 830 QUALITY AND PRICE are always paramount at' the 'Dependon' Store The QUALITY and PRICES on the items below are real values well worth buying by anybody. , l^taA Cool Springs Tomato Juice No. 2 cans, 3 for 29c Plymouth Rock Tomatoes No. 2 cans, 2 for 25c Baby Stuart Fresh Lima Beans No. 2 cans, 2 for 29c Plymouth Rock Sweet Wrinkled Peas No. 2 cans, 2 for 25c Baby Stuart Cut String Beans No. 2 cans, 2 for 29c Plymouth Rock Sweet Corn No. 2 cans, 3 for 20c King of Ozarks Cut Stringless Beans No. 2 cans, 3 for 29c All Canned Fruits Are Equally Good and Triced Low, quality considered. White Soap Chips 5 lb'. box 83<J White Soap Powder 3 1-2 lb. box 23c Halligan's "Pure Quill' Coffee in fancy glass jars, 3 Ibs. for $1 In vacuum glass jars 1 pound 85o Our "Amber" Coffee 1 lb. tins 30c Our "Crest Brand" 1 lb. vacuum glass jars 28e Our Leader, 1 lb. pkg 25c Our Acme, bulk, 3 Ibs. for 57c Extra fancy Pure Quill chop. Japan green tea, 1-2 lb. pkg. 30c Halligan's regular green tea, 1-2 lb. pkg 20c Halligan's bulk green tea, 1 lb. pkg 85c Crackers and Cookies and (Kellog's) Breakfast Foods are fresh! here. Strawberries and other fresh fruits and vegetables are plentiful! AKRE'S Step in or phone 290 or 291. Use our Free Delivery; System* 1 MAKE NECESSARY REPAIRS NOW Perhaps its a new driveway or a complete paint job inside or outside your home. We are equipped to furnish materials for repairs of all kinds on your home. See us. F. S. Norton & Son CALL 229 Now you don't have to 6e a BUG EXPERT. *. W mmmt Tins easy-toeeeeymlxdoiwll our rags by U»i / |Z Bigdow Weavers ia your guarantee of lasting) i *J beauty. Only imported lively Wool goes intoj & Come in today and see how much beaotgB can be ixmH-iir-4 with dependable quality. Get our Low Prices on ^BSMfcww^i^ ^£^& ^l^^^wS Wj^pww^l^fc '^p(F-^^(p(^(wJfc^i^^p^p^^^^^ipp vW^Vil9KE9^^ 9f ^HW^r^Wlp ^^ Ip^ipp 4|4MP>|PWiR ^P ^^mff™ >.:« 'is- '-

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