Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1934 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 3, 1934
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PA OB TWO .THURSDAY, A Shoe Store IS THE LOGICAL PLACE To Buy Shoes and Browncll's store has been reliably serving satisfied Kossuth county shoe customers since 1894. Pumps and Ties Women's attractive spring and summer patterns, newest styles, quality workmanship. $2.95 to $5.00 Children's Sandals- Slippers A complete line of sturdy sandals and slippers. $1.15 to $2.65 Boys'-Youths' Oxfords $1.65 to $2.95 Men's Work Shoes $1.98 to $3.50 Men's Dress Oxfords $2.45 to $9.00 Genuine Keds $1.00 to $1.50 For boys and girls—play or gym. BROWNELL SHOE CO. "Shoe for all the family." CUT RATE GROCERY THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY-SHOP EARLY MATCHES, 3 boxes 18c P. & G., 10 bars 25c GELATIN DESSERT, 6 pkgs. 25c CLOB.OX, qt 28c CLEANSER, 2 cans _9c CRACKER, 2 Ibs 21c TISSUE, 4 rolls 19c STARCH, Gloss, 2 pkgs. 13c CAKE FLOUR, pkg. 28c MACARONI, 8 pkgs. 20c CREAM CHEESE, pound 15c NO. 10 FRUIT Peaches, halres 89c Peaches, sliced 42c Blackberries 49c Bartlett Pears ___49c Raspberries, blk. _55c Prunes 89c Strawberries 79c Cherries 58c Gooseberries 58c Sorghum, pure, gal. 78c Mustard, qt» 18c Tomatoes, 2 No. 2 1-2 cans 28c Vanilla, 8 oz 19c Corn, No. 2 can 19c Peas, 2 19c Oatmeal, 6 Ibs. 25c Puffed Wheat, pkg. __9c Cocoanut, 1-2 Ib. 18c Pork and Beans, 2 No. 2 1-2 cans 28c Bacon Sqs., Ib. 9c "Busiest Little Store in Town*' "Put Your Best Foot Forward" Fashion's Watchword Fashion admonishes her devotees to make the most of their appearance this season more than ever. And that means putting your best foot forward. Wear shoes that fit—and select them wisely. Our stocks permits an individuality of choice seldom equalled. Shop here. Prices are as always—moderate. Christensen Bros. Co. Shoe Department Fcnton Seniors Are Entertained^Junior Class BANQUET HELD FRIDAY NI6NT AT FAIRMONT Fenton, May 1 — The annual junior-senior banquet was held at the Hotel Fairmont, Fairmont, Friday evening at 7 o'clock. The program was entitled The 'Last Round Up and follows: Toastmistress', Gladys Sltoeber; The Last Round-Up, Virginia Frank; The Big Rodeo, Clarence Yager; The First 'Branding, Lola Wagner; Schallin; brod. Bronco The Brandersi, Marie, Rancho, Hazel Weis- Busters, Oscar Berkland; Cow-Punchers, Edwin I/eud- tke; Marketing, Verona Badig; Stampeding, Lloyd Cornelius; Boss, Supt. M. E. Otterness; Foreman, Principal E. D. White; song The Last Round-Up, Leo Kramer. Class Will, Ardis Voight; History, Matilda Ruhnke; Prophecy, Ruby Hantleman; Jokes, August Meyer; class song. The menu follows: fruit cups; swissed veal, whipped potatoes, 'and gravy, whole kernel corn, lemon jello salad, Parker House rolls, blue and gold brick ice cream, yellow cake and coffee. The graduates are Hazel Weisbrod, Lloyd Cornelius, Oscar SBerk- land, Lola Warner, Virginia Frank, Leo Kramer, Edwin Luedtke, August Meyer, Verona Radig," Matilda 'Ruhnke, Marie Sohallin, and Ardis Voight. After the banquet, all (attended Theater. Lotts Creek News Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer left on a honeymoon trip last week Tuesday for Watertown, Wis. to visit relatives. They were accompanied by Mrs. William -Rusch Jr., Whittemore, her daughter Marion, and Walter Schmidt, Lone 'Rock. Relatives and friends gathered at the Mr. and Mrs. William Buss 1 •home last week Tuesday evening to honor the 27th birthday of Mrs. 'BU'SS't The Hugo Faulstlches and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Inch attended a surprise party at the labter's parents Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer's, Whittemore, Friday evening .honoring Mr. and Mrs. August Gade, West Bend, on their 40th wedding anniversary. All children and grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Gade were present, including Mrs. Faulstich, who is a daughter, and Mrs. Edwin Lleb, a granddaughter. The Will and Emil Elmers families, the August Meyers, and R. C. Rehmer, all of .Fenton, visited last week Tuesday evening at W. H. Meyer's and helped Mrs. Meyer cel- tebrate her 27th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz visited the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Schultz, Whittemore, Friday evening and helped .them celebrate their 37th wedding anniversary. Others who attended home last Thursday. iFriday was visitors day at the Lutheran school, and Mrs. Fred Kading, daughter Esther and Christina, and the Rev. E. Fiene were callers. The last Friday of every month is visitors' day. A rakine and cleaning-up bee was held by pupils of the No. 6. school Friday. A marshmallow roast took place in the afternoon. A number of men attended ai (recent corn-hog meeting at the Higgins hall, Whittemore. John Schneider has returned from two months at his sister Mrs. Ernest Meyer's, Lu Verne, helping care for their father, who has 'been sick. The elder Mr. Schneider will je 93 next fall. The Henry Lighters, iFort Dodge visited Sunday at M. F. Meyer's Mrs. Meyer is a daughter of Mr land Mrs. Lieghter. The Walter Genriohes, Lu Verne visited Sunday at William Wetzel's. ' Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz spent Sunday at Lu Verne, visit ing the Arthur Geilenfelds, Mr and Mrs. Arno Ristau, and Wiiliarr Ristau. . Services lor ascension will b held Thursday evening, May 10, a 8 o'clock. The l/otts Creek ball .team wil a movie at the Strand were: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Held- play its first game ithis season next enwith, son Ellsworth, Mr, and Sunday af.ternaan on thejocal dia- Mrs. William Koehnecke, the Geo. mond. The boys have been practi- 3. Maahs family, and Mr. and Mrs. cing and should be able.to deliver Herman Voight, all of Whittemore. a real game. Mrs. Godfrey Geilenfeld, who) had been at the Kossuth hospital with a broken leg, was brought Mrs. Robt Votteler Honored— Children and grandchildren itook Mrs. Robert Votteller by surprise on her 72nd birthday anniversary last week Tuesday evening. The time -was spent socially, after which lunch was served by the guests wibo included the Ernest Vpttelers, Mr. and Mrs. George Siems and Shirley, Mrs. Katie Hantleman and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantleman, Mr. and Mrs. iR. D. Wehrspann and Elvira, and John Votteler. All But One Teacher Returning— All tteadhers will return nejfit year except Coach Wihite, whose vacancy will 'be filled by Gerald Agard, Goldfield. The rest of the teachers are: superintendent, M. E. Otterness; English and music, •Esther Smith; ihome economics, Verlina loerger; seventh and eigth grades, Margie Kleinheksel; fifth and sixth grade, Florence Barton; fountih grades, Nettie Weisbrod; and first and second grades Matilda Kressin. iFour-H Club Meets Saturday— . The Fenton Forwards 4-H club met Saturday afternoon at Viola Mueller's; .program: roll call, vegetables I do not like; demonstra- Elsie Kohlwes visited over tto week-end at her sister Mrs. Ev erett Dreyer's, Featon. CARNIVAL AT LEDYARD IS BIG SUCCESS Ledyard, May 1—The carnival held in the school gymnasium Friday night was successful, and $80. was cleared. The three prizes offered for the mistakes in ads in the Putuwiz were won by Alice Weaver, $2, Mrs. Aeilt Troff, $1, and Mrs. Alfred Zielske, 60c. Other prizes offered and won were: the Farmers elevator, sack of bran, won by Irvln KHnksiek; J. C. Underkofler's, alabastone, by Carl Zielske; H. M. Dyer's, pound of coffee, Bernard Anderson; Wm. Garry's, 50-lb. sack of flour, Russell Cassem; Weyerhheuser's, gallon of paint, Ellwood Green; Wm. Wenzell, beef roast, Doris McDonald; Ray Marquis, 100-lbs. potatoes, Mrs. Chester Johnson; Mayne produce station, 25-lb. sack flour, Thomas Garry; Dunn garage, pail of axle grease, Mrs. H. D. Mayne; Tice Brack, water set, Paul Nltz; nior Class been in failing health for sonie time. Crawfish Bottom Team Wins— The Irvington ball team lost to the Crawfish Bottom team on the local diamond 'Sunday. IRTINGTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Ed Diteworth, of 'Burt, spent a few days last week with Mrs. Sam 'Reaper. While here Ed. repaired his property where tflie Morris Parsons are. located. The iDitsworths' son Harry, who has been operating a bakery at Jackson, Minn., recently sold tote business and plans to go west int the near future. The Morris Parsons family and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kelley, were Sunday guests at Ralph Parsons' near Hurt. -The Frank Dltsworta were Sunday guests at Mrs. Sam (Reaper's. Effie iBgel and Everett Van Steenburg were 'Sunday evening guests at'Oran Hudson's, near Burt. Mrs. Kate Bassett, of Sheldon, isister of James Stacy, recently spent a few 1 days here. A daughter and 'her husband from iSibley, spent a day with the Stacys and took Mrs 'Basset back to Sheldon. Mrs. Bassett and Mr. Stacy were both* hom and reared in Algona. Wm Cluskey, his daugubiter-in- law Mrs. Harry McClusky anc f _ ThisWeel GROCERY VALUES! 1 FlncHl, CUM A.I 1 I own Ktn in t m *\i TTII illtllr J | BUTTER, 11,. • *7 •"• 1 Mild America CHEESE, 11,. 1 ION A FLO UK 1 'ID 11). ling ._ 1 SUNNYFU'll 1 FLOUR 1 llMb. bag Fuji, Chow if NOODLES, N "I^¥T IT FUJI BEAN SPKO No. 2 cnn. 2 FUJI CHOP VEGETABLE No. 2 can FUJI VECJK'I CHOP SUEY, No. 1 can __ FUJI CHOP SAUCE, a 07. i,otti(> Red Sour I'll CHERRIES, 5 No. 2 cans 1 8 No. i NO.-II Quaker Pnffc ALGONA WOMAN SUFFERS FALL FROM AN AUTO (Irvington, May 1—Augusta. Winie, who received a serious injury n her hand last week Tuesday, nd who has been a hospital patent since, is reported recovering he was enroute to the cemetery with her nephew, Harry Winkle, in he latter'a car, when the door ecame unlatdhed and she fell into he street, striking her head on the urbing. 'She also suffered other ess serious injuries. She does; ress making and rooms with Mrs. itella Sahin. Harry Wmkie is a irother in law of Mrs. Rome Robson here. Dust Thick in Dakotas— Mrs. Wm. Brooks, of Washing- on, formerly of Irvington, who recently visited relatives' in A'lgona, stopped in South Dakota to visit a relative. She writes that the dust was so thick in the air and on the roads that she had to wait 'our hours before her host could meet iher. Snow plows are heing used to keep the roads open to traffic. In many places ibhe surface soil is entirely gone and • ,. „».--,„ farmers have given up all 'hopes last Thursday mghit at A. Mo of a crop this year. The Wm. Lean's. They were enroute to S. D. Brookes are former Irvingtonians. where Mr. McCluskey hasiadauglhr- J6 -W4 Moin ., 2 for /fll 8UKY * JI -J cnn 45 C tion, testing Jars for leakage, O^r- Welfare store, ladies' hose, Chas. ena Dreyer: demonstration, eood Bashara; Standard oil station, gas- ena Dreyer; demonstration, good tables manners, Olara Gramenz; demonstration, canning of carrots and spinach, Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, talk, what to plant in our 4-H gardens; music, dance forms, .Ruth Dreyer. Fenton Women to Em'burg— The Dorcas Sewing Circle met at Frank Weisbrod's, 'Emmetsburg, last week Wednesday. IFenton women there were Mesdadmes J. F. Newel, Kate Newel, Wilfoert Hold- roff, Hattie Weisbrod, Samuel Warner, William Stoeber, and John Hansen, and Marjorie .Bailey. Farewell for Mrs. White— The Hook & Needle club gave a [farewell surprise party last week Wednesday evening honoring Mrs. E. D. White. Bunco wasi the diver- |sion. Coach White took his family to iRockford Saturday and will Join them there at the end of the school year. Former Teacher Here Mother- Announcement was received last week Tuesday that a girl had arrived at (Mr. and Mrs. Marcus McCuster's, near Des Moines. Mrs, McCuster is the former Mary Gappa, and for a time she clerked at the Fenton Mercantile store. She is a sister of Mrs. Arnold Krauee. Benefit Card Party Given— A benefit bridge and 500 party Granner and Genevleve Kitley a Hardy. Barbara Wylam, Swea City spent the week-end at D. B. May er's. Her sister, Lola, and Jean ette Wilson were Sunday visitor there. Helen Jenson and Mrs. D. A. Car penter attended a Federated clu convention at Buffalo Center las week Tuesday. Mrs. James Welfare and Mrs. Braner have been ill the past week with the flu and are under care of Doctor Devlne. Walter Yahnkes, Elmore, spent last week Tuesday at Glen Yahnke's. The men are cousins. Mrs. Aeilt Troff and two sons, and Mrs. Albert Barnes and Margery were in Algona Friday. The Ed Knoners were in Burt Saturday, and Mrs. Knoner is having dental work done. Ruth Schwartzell, Olin, visited at D. A. Carpenter's Saturday and Sunday. The Edward Campbells, of Seneca, spent Sunday at Clifton Engelby's. Mrs. George Thompson is hostess to the W. F .M. S. this week Friday. The cemetery association met in the city hall last Thursday evening. Mrs Brooks was formerly Amanda Stewart, and is a datfghter of Grandma Stewart, Algona. Mr. Brooks died several years ago. Oklahoman Tisits Here — A Mrs. Miller, of Bisley, Okla., visited several days'- last week witto <her girlhood friend, Mrs. Ted Barr. Mrs. Miller came here Irom EagkJ Grove, where she iher mother, Mrs, toad been, with Whifctier, who died recently. Mrs. Whittier was a distant relative of John Greenleaf Whittier. Mrs. Miller and Mrs, Harr became acquainted while in college. Later Mrs. Miller taught the Parsons school, and boarded and roomed with Mrs. Harr's parents, the M. De L. Parsons. ter. Mr. Me Cluskey is a .brother- in-law of Mrs. McLean. James Stacy, who underwent art operation ifor Ihernia at the Kossuth (hospital a lew weeks ago is slowly regaining his strength. John Schmidt, Algona, is 'Still .assisting Mrs. Stacy at the oil station. •Recent guests at Mrs. Charles We Specialize in Dwelling and Household Goods INSURANCE Automobile Liability and Collision Insurance. _ Iowa Motor .Road Service Included. Long Haul Truckers and Cargo Insurance. Iowa and Minnesota legal requirements (Special rates). Fidelity Bonds—Surety Bonds—Beer Bonds. Bonds written at our Algona office. Our Policy Writing Connections and Company Contracts Permit Us to Write Tour Insurance and Bonds at the Very Lowest Rates Consistent With Reliable Service. Brokerage Business Solicited. Loans—Real Estate—Rentals—Investments. THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 65 C. E. La Barre Office located on ground floor 1st door North of Iowa State Bk. given by the Legion post and thd Auxiliary last week Tuesday evening was well attended, and Charles Newel won the high score at bridge, E. C. Fauerby low. At 600 oline, A. E. Laurltzen; Glen Yahnke, change of oil, Alvin Busch. Senior Play Next Week— The senior class will present its class play, Oh Professor, a three- act farce, May 11, at 8 o'clock. Following is the cast: Jake, school janitor, Roland Smith; Miss Frederica, assistant to the dean, I dan Telkamp; Dr. Aristotle, dean, Tll- mer Halvorson; students, Alcltha Brack, Malinda Goetz, Adah Telkamp, and Anna Jones; Michael Pemberton, returning from Paris, Kenneth Thompson; Professor Percival Courtwrlght, needing fun, Alvin Depplng; Jimmy Anderson, needing a friend, James Logan; Patricia Patterson, also from Paris, Lillian Sanders; Mile Fifi, belonging to Paris, Freida Schadendorf. Eighth Birthday Observed- Patty Mae Olson entertained a group of girls last Thursday after school in honor of her eighth birthday. Those present were Anna Marie Hassebrock, Connie Garry, Velda Estle, Francis Yahnke, Marjorie Mayer, Marjorie Weaver, and Beverly Wiese. Betty Louise Link was unabel to attend because of illness. The Rev. and Mrs. Johnson, of Lakota, were guests. Surprise fop Mrs. Poppe— Last Thursday evening a surprise party was held for Mrs. Mary Poppe at her home in honor of her 71st birthday. Those present were the William Poppes, L. A. Nitzes, Lawrence Maynes, Ella Gelhaus Mrs. Carl Burroughs entertained the Methodist Aid last Thursday. Mrs. H. D. Mayne was in Bancroft Friday. Fenton Charles Egels Have Visitors— Mr. and Mm August Buesing, their son Charles and a Miss (Bur- elf, all of Mankato, arrived at the Charles Egel's Saturday. Mrs. Buesinjf and Mrs. Egel are sisters. Others who enjoyed Sunday dinners at the Egels were the Chas. Deiblers and Oran Hudsons, and Everett Van Steenburg, Ernest Egel and Vivian Miller. The Mike McEnroes were evening callers. Act on Party Committee— Mr. and Mrs. Robert Skilling and Mr. and Mrs. iForbus Stiltz, of this vicinity, were on the refreslb> ments committee for the young married people's dance at the I. O. O. _F. hall, Algona, Tuesday. Algonians on the committee were the Melvin Reikens and Glen (Bennets. School Held on Saturday- School was held at District iNo. 5 in Creeco township Saturday. The school was closed last week toe- cause of fflhe death of itihe teacher's I • mother, Mrs. Lewis Wildin. lit ia Sankey's have (been Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Curtis, 'Sioux Fall's, S. D.., and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph! Halliard, Redwood Falls, Mrs. Curtis, Mrs. Bal— lard and Mrs. Sankey are sisters. Mrs. Mike Leners is a -patient at ttahe Kossuth 'hospital suffering 'from a severe attack of flu. Sari- phine iLeners, of Emmetsburg, sister of Mike, has 'been spending a few days at the Leners farm. The Seward Thorntons moved into a part of the John Riley home early this week, since an operatdon for hernia which Mr. Thornton underwent several weeks ago Ihe not been strong. Aid will meet Thursday afternoon at the church .parlor., Mes- damea Frank Ditswortih and Chas. Egel will 'be 'hostesses. The Ray Sankeys were released from a scarlet fever quarantine Saturday. Robert suffered a light form of the disease. A number of neighbors gathered at ibhe Karel home recently to help the eldest son Henry celebrate a binthday. Richard and Edward, eons of the Fred ^killings. Algona, spent the week-end with their cousin IBetty Mae Miller. "Stephen Loss Sr. will enter the Kossuth' hospital Monday evening for an -operation for hernia Tuesday. Grace (Erickson, who has .been employed at A. A. Sterling's in Algona, has returned to iher home Quaker Puffed WHEAT, 2 pkgs Coffee .17 Quaker Mnld PORK & BEANS, 4 for Ji Arthur Bleckwenn was high, Mrs. Bleckwenn low. Quilting Parties Are Given- Mrs. F. P. Newel .entertained at a quilting party last week Tuesday and guests were Mesdames F. H. JEigler, John Newel, Emma Curry, and F. J. Weisbrod. Last week Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Newel entertained a quilting. her sewing club at and Luetta, and the Adolph Poppes, Lakota. ,„._ Maynard White's Father Sick— Maynard White, who lives with his uncle, David Friets, received word that his father, who lives near Grlnnell, was seriously ill with blood poisoning. He left for there at once. J. R. Hartshorn Loses Cousin— Ruth Espe is Hostess— Ruth Espe entertained a group of girls at a backyard party Friday evening, and Dora Glaus won a prize. Guests were Mary Ann •Bonn, Mary Jane Eigler, Geneva, Glaus, Dora Glaus, Helen Geron- 'sin, .and Merle Warner. Five Women Win Prizes- Persons who won serving trays at the recent demonstration by the Central States Electric Co., were Mesdames Fred H. Bohn, Henry Schulute, Fred Dau, Robert Kyhl, and John 'Bellinger. When in need of glasses Jwre your eyes thoroughly examined. PR. F. E, SAWYER, Opt. Algona, Iowa Juniors Lose to Swedes— The Fenton Junior high sdhool played the 'Swea City ball team here one day last week-end, and lost, 5-6. This was a good game, and if the Juniors keep on Fenton will have a good ball team. Wm. Donahoe Sr. Has Accident- William Donahoe Sr. suffered a broken ankle one day last week, and is under care of Dr. J. W. McCreery, Whittemore, who placed it in a east. Mr. Donaihoe will be laid up six weeks. Farewell for Mrs. White.— The Hook & Needle olii'b gave! a farewell party 'for Mrs. B. D. White, wife of the high, school coach, last week Wednesday evening at 'Robert Kyhl's. Bunco was the diversion. J. B. Hartshorn received word last week Tuesday of the death of his cousin, Mrs. Charles Reibsa- man, of Titonka. His sons, Everett and John, attended the funeral last Thursday. Boy for Jerry Sullivans— Born to Jerry Sullivans, a son April 26. He has been named Patrick Henry. Mrs. Sullivan is in the hospital at Whittemore. Mrs. Cassem Has Birthday— The children of Mrs. Peter Cassem surprised her last week Tuesday In honor of her birthday. Other Ledyard News. Music will be furnished by the first and second grade rhythm band under direction of Miss Randall and Miss Jones, and by the senior high school band directed by C. A. Barrett. The girls' Glee club will furnish music between acts. Mrs. Edward Genrich, of Algona, visited her sister, Ruth Jones, Friday. Saturday they went to Livermore, where a family reunion was held~Sunday. The Rev. Johnson family, Lakota, were Sunday guests at Leon Worden's. The Johnsons were guests at V. A. Barrett's last week Wednesday. Adelaide Randall spent the weekend in Mason City; Juanita Underkofler, at Bancroft, and Harold Mrs. Martha ChrisehiHes has returned from the McCreery hospital, Wlhittfemore, where ehe recency underwent a major operation. Axel Peterson, manager of .the Critz Elevator, was sick last week and under the care of Doctor Mueller. Charles Glaus helped at (the elevator 'Barber and Mrs. S. J. Stehle, Algona, were Fenton ^business visitors last week Wednesday, and were dinner guests at Druggist F. •H. Eigler's. The Stehles are former Fenton residents, Mr. Stehle having conducted a barber ahop here. He. and_ Mr. Eigler were among the earliest business men here. 'Bertha 'Huskamp returned to Minneapolis Saturday, after having spent a week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp. Sho is a recent -graduate of the DeGuile school of beauty culture and is now employed at the Selma shop, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reeder were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Colburn at Algona last week Wednesday evening, and also attended the show Wonder Bar. William Kent, Omaha, Bernicel Lindsey, and Henry Edgar Stedman, Glidden, spent the week-end at the parental Henry Lindsey's. Mrs. Kent and her .baby, who had visited here a week, went home with them Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jensen, Ft. Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer, son Donald, Mr. and Mrs. William .Donahoe Jr., and theij daughter Maxine were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. iRuske and their son Ward went to Des Moinesi Sunday, .the doctor to attend at eported that Mr. Wildin is also uttering from ill health. hower for Mrs. Ristau— A kitchen shower lor Mrs. Ar- tair Ristau was recently held at ae h'ome of Mrs. Ristau's sister, irs. Lewis Carman. Another sis- er, Mrs. Ben Dwenger, of the outh Cresco neighborhood, was assisting hostess. Krs. Earl Miller Honored— A shower in honor of Mrs. Earl fliller was given at the church an- lex last week Wednesday. Joint Hostesses were Mesdames John, 3ockes. Ben Dwenger, Vern Barter, Wm. Boldridge, and J. M. Cox. Woman's Uncle Is Dead- Mrs. Charles Sankey received word of the death of an uncle, Sam rhorne, Sioux City, at his. homo Monday morning, Mr. Thome had 1 i-v~ | Mr. and Mrs 1 . Claude flauers and children, of Ringsted, were Sunday guests at J. R. Farrell's. Title Rev and Mrs. Lang -have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Paul Farley, at Bristol,' S. D. Mrs Harley Christiansen anc daughter Rose Ann have 'been guests at Geo. Hanselman's. Mrs. Harry Fleming and children of Brookings, S. D., have been visiting at her parents. • Jennie Mason went to Clarion Monday evening to visit her bro ther, Tom Mason. Florence Hof was a week-eni! visitor at D. E. Ross's at Hum boldt. Geo. Wolf, of Jeffers, Minn., wai a Lu Verne visitor last week. Academic test will be given iher next week Tuesday. Salad Dressing _ RAJAH 9/7" Qt 2 pt. Jar • & I C j fl Grandmother's DONUTS, r/1 | sugared or plftin, doziv Del Monte SPINACH, t/ v| No. 2 can i{/| Crystal White SOAP, 7 large bars Kirk's Hardwator Castile SOAP, i n\ 3 cakes ijj Ivory FLAKES, ofll 2 Ig. pkgg Otf| Irory SOAP, -I 2 large* cakes I BRELLO, 2 pkgs Sparkle DESSERT 1 package „ Mello n WHEAT, 2 pkgs. .__£ Sultana Peanut BUTTER, 2 Ib. Jar .„'„„. Whitchonsc Erap, MELK, * 5 tall cans 1 SCOT TISSUE, O/)] 4 rolls *«/l WALDORF TISSUE, 0 6 rolls — & Uneeda Baker's Trio COOKIES, 2 Ibs lA&PFoodSioi 11 Zt O NE Is I NB OP OUR BEST SIDE mimeographing. This I reproduction of typewriting t per or cards. You would be I ed to know how much of thltl we do. We mimeograph buljj .etters, cards, etc., and'the : much less than printing. Euj you want to send out a clrcul ter, a notice of any kind, or«J We mimeograph the Job for y few minutes, and the work ( be told from individual type* And you can sign your namtj mimeograph stencil If you and the signature will then I on every sheet.—Advance. state dental convention May 1-2-3. They were also to visit Mrs. Ruske's sister, Mrs. Morris. Mrs. George Jentz, Mrs Amos; Fhmested, and Mrs. Weber Yager attended Lutheran Aid meeting at Burt last Thursday. Mrs A. H. Hanna, sister of Mrs. Jentz, was 1 a hostess.. Mrs. R. S. Goetech was hostess to Iher bridge club Saturday afternoon. Prizes went to Mrs Harry Widdell, high; Mrs. G. B. Johnson, Itravel; and Mrs. Fred Weisbrod, low. Mr. and Mrs. R. Colburn Algona, were Sunday visitors at Howard feeder's. Mr. Colburu is a lineman for the Northwestern Bell telephone company. The Cecil-Baileys, Rook Rapids, spent the week-end at W. V. Yager's. Frank Bailey's, and Clarence Wegener's, Fenton, and George, Yager's, Algona. Mrs. William Kent, Omaha, and Mrs. Clarence Osborn, ;Seneca, vi- sated at Mrs. Kern Elerick's last Thursday afternoon. Stanley Munda, who attends Luther college, Decorah, spent the week-end at ijomo. R. H. Miller, of the Iowa State bank, Algona, was a Fenton business visitor last week Tuesday Euw. Dehnert, Lu Verne, was a Fenton .business visitor last week Wednesday. The Henry Sehultes were Algona shoppers last wee-k Wednesday. YEARS PROTECTIO ON THE HERMETICALLY-SEALED MECHANIC ON ALL \fcstinghoH alleled* • Now the Westinghouse polity of "One Line—One permits an amazing new kind of user-protection—unpar that it applies to EVERY model in the Westinghouse line!» tigate the Westmghouee 5-YEAR PROTECTION PLAN ff Let us explain how it safeguards your investment..you of remarkable refrigeration savings. Promise nothing, pay nothing until you see how much house offers in convenience, economy and LET US 61V! YOU Pratt Electric Go. Phone 170 MASTER^ OA .464-WO

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