Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1934 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 21, 1934
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K03SUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA. IOWA PAGE v tTEBY Bui V Shrub* Are planted. Helen Goeders and Norman Walker spent Sunday at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. Saumlcrs spent Sunday at Iowa Falls with friends. The Masons will have a special meeting tonight for work in second degree. E. C. McMahon and Guy M. Butts, Ing of tlio board of directors of tho Tltonka Savings bank last week Tuesday evening. Ho has for some She is haying a two weeks vaca- lon and will make visits at other points before returning. Minnie J. Coalf is meanwhile in 'charge of tlio library. Mary Kelly, KmmetshurK, name Sunday, and accompanied the W. W. Snllivans Tuesday to McGregor Heights for a week's outing. Mr. Sullivan, who is a state scale inspector, is working out of Mc- years been a member of the board. Grogor this week. Mary is Mrs. Mrs Mildred Topf spent tho u " 11! """'" ' " wnek-nnd at Minneapolis with hor mother and tlic former's won Wil- i^£ and gather- whola the 'iam. William accompanied Mrs. Tnpf horo for a few weeks' visit. Mrs. L. Christopher, Ml.. Auburn, , {Yank ' preparation. le*. f „„„ in progress , he cemetery, i of only when 1 in lots other persons ha<s found many Taves fo^ which *here Specially this ^ true " of the cemetery. ,. im the sexton's of- Itrned down, <md aH rec- Tuesday. Wesley, had business at Fort Dodge yesterday. L. M. Christensen, Esthcrvlllc, spent Tuesday at the Ohristensen Bros, store here. J. H. Zanke, Burt, was here Tuesday, en route to Rochester to go through the Mayo clinic. Harry Mangan, Minneapolis, came Sunday for two weeks with his sister, Mrs. M, C. McMahon. Mrs. Sam Evans and her son James went to Mystic Tuesday for a week with the former's parents. Mrs. Anna Uhlendorf, Chicago, is expected tomorrow for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. D. H. Goeders. The Victor Younfcs, Mason City, (spent Sunday with the H. B. Whites 1 and the Dr. H. 'L. McCork•les. Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Agard are parents of a girl, their first child, born at the Kossuth hospital Friday. Mrs. D. L. Leffert spent Tuesday at Swea City with her aged mother, Mrs. Hannah Anderson, who is sick. Theodora, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Larson, has been having the German measles since ^ =ery officiate JTany information old- give relating _, graves, Larked Graves Found. to un- ttBU the officials bad found a tract of ! week iSride"fty 200 I ewere no graves. They to verge of offering ^ but first had a num- j'jballow ditches dug. L graves were found, 1 not disturbed hut for tha ion is could tell by the trtli that' graves were Uhere ttSagfct in this tract there irbaps 25 to 60 unmarked "jew Itoad > s Built m a new road to connect and west halves of the was begun a few weeks „,„ finished Monday. Gravel s being done this week. The for filling in a former ravina fe the new road runs was go higher grounds The leveling rovided not only four mor iut made the road possible. cemetery trustees _ hay Ted Young, Mason City, is spending the week with his cousin Harry, son of Dr. and Mrs. H. L. McCorkle. Janet Zerfass got home a week go from the University of Cincinnati!, where she had studied the ast year. The Rev. C. Paul Carlson went to Red Oak Sunday to attend a Presbyterian synod the first three days of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Larson, of he Plum Creek neighborhood, are mrents of a girl, born last week Wednesday. Nels Olson, 'Sioux City, went home early last week, after five weeks with his daughter, Mrs.. R. G Richardson. Mrs. C. B. Nasby is expected today from Omaha for a visit til' arrived yesterday for a visit with her sistor, Mrs. 15. F. Burtis. Mrs. Christopher cnmo bore from Bancroft, where sho had visited rclu- ves. The Hcv. C. Paul Carlson went to SharpsburK Sunday to visit members of his former congregation there. Monday he wont on to Red Oak to attend a Presbyterian Synod till today. Mrs. Herman Panthen, Christ Panthen, Pauline Panlhen, Mrs. Lydia Balvanz, and son of Mrs. Balvancc, all of Eldora, visited at tho Rev. P. J. Brancr's Saturday and Sunday. W. D. Howie, Gerald Hartshorn, Harry Hargrcaves, Murl Potter, Kenneth Harris, and Walter Lorenx, attended a Standard Oil meeting at Emmctsburg last week Tuesday evening. Attorney T. H. McDermott, lila sister, Mary McDermott, and Mrs. G. A. Brunsnn, all of Mason City, spent Sunday with Christine and Caroline Wcrnerl. All are former Algonians. Maxine Larson returned Sunday from Buffalo Center, where she had spent, a week at her uncle Ben Swanson's. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. I,. Larson, drove to Buffalo Center for her. Mrs. D. J. Buss and hor daugh- r Anna spent the first few days Sullivan's sister. Kale Skinner accompanied Ange Koonla, 1'ella, and a Mrs. Phillips! and a Mrs. Sondrol, of Clear Lako .lo Two .Harbors, Minn., Tuesday for a weuk* vacation. They will iliavo a collage on Lako Superior. Misses Skinner and Iloorda taught <al Lu Vcrno together. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brownell arc expected homo this week-end from Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Brownell underwent an opcralion for appendicitis recently. During their absence Mrs. Brownell's sister, Mrs. L. K. Evans, of Kanawha, is oaring for tho children. Mrs. Loo Stillman, Gary, Ind., arrived Friday for several weeks at hor brother H. M. Vinson's and with her father, H. M. Vinson, of Spencer. Sho went from here to Cowrie for a visit till Saturday with Mr. Stillman's parents. Mrs, Stillman is tho former Helen Vinson. Mrs. Roger Wiegman, Redlands Calif., went to RoJfe Monday, after a week with the George Elberts Mrs. Blbcrt and Mrs. Stuart Hazel tine, the latter visiting here from Maderia, Calif., took her. Mrs. El bcrt's parents live at Rolfe, anc Mrs. Wiegman is a former Rolf' girl. |a great deal of improving in few years, and tihe cem _ rapidly becoming one o [rofest spots in. the county. . City Scouts pending Week at Camp at Ft. Dodge a City, June 20—The local boy Is left Sunday afternoon for a It vacation at the Area camp |rt Dodge, with Ihe Rev. G. R. I in charge. Those attend- i Swea City are Billy Whit|Richard Leland, Keith Grif: Skromme, Kenneth Anin, Buell Pearson, George Mc- Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. James. Mrs. Raymond McCorkle is sub sti'tuting at the Ohristensen Bros etore during Mrs. J. M. Herbst' absence on vacation. Mrs. L. E. Potter left Sunday for two weeks at her sonsi Dr 'L. R Potter's, Schaller, and Dr. L. D Potter'®, Storm Lake cam Mrs ba 111, Eugene Thomson, Herbert PI and Bobby Berggren. Buel Sr., drove down with a land helped the boys get set| The Fort Dodge camp is in t of Bob Heath, area execu- .nd other officials. Each hour i camp is supervised for study Swimming is had at the (Dodge municipal pool. This IB "rst supervised permanent I the Swea City Scouts ever at- •4- Nina Mericle, Fort Dodge, Sunday to visit her sister, Nicol] Maxwell, wife of the tender at the Algona hotel. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Richardso spent last Thursday and >Fnda at Minneapolis, buying goods to the Richardson furniture store. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sabin's so Ronald, 12, ran a fishhook into on of his thumbs Monday morning. I was removed by Dr. P. V. Janse. Mary J. (Rice got home Tuesda morning from Ann Arbor, Mich where sine was recently graduate from tae University of Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby return ed Sunday from two weeks in th Ozarks. They also visited relatives of Mr. Lusby at points in Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Thompson. Oaks, S. C. spent Sunday with Mrs. Isabell Meiggs. Mrs. Thompson is the former Effie Nortz, Cor- W Iowa, and are now en route east. Mr. and Mrs, Guy Agard, Goldfield, spent Sunday here and made the acquaintance of their first granddaughter, Ruth Ann Agard, who is at the Kossuth hospital with or mother, Mrs. Burdette Agard. ho older Mr. Agard was a boy- ood playmate of W. C. Dewel. "Ceo" Hurst and his 10-piece and will play next Monday night L an Algona Country club fort- ishlly invitation dance. One hun- red tickets are being sold in ad- ancc at 85c at the James drug tore and the Misbach and Sleele lothlng stores. The admission barge will be $1.15. The C. H. Swansons. left Tues- ay for a two weeks vacation dur- i\K wihich they were to make a vis- t at Dos Moinos and then tour hrough Kansas, Oklahoma, and iciRhhoriiiK states. Mr. 'Swanson s manager of tho Great Atlantic who has been nursing in a Perry hospital. Mrs. Cora Virgin and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Worster drove to Osage last week Tuesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Leroy McWhorter, and next day the McWhorters accompanied thorn to Spillville to see famous clocks, after which they continued to historic Fort Atkinson, and thence to the smallest church in the world, which seats only eight people. The Worsters and Mrs. Virgin returned last Thursday. Algona lawyers who attended a 14th and 21st district lawyers' chautaufjua at the Okobojis last week-end wore: H. W. Miller, L. E. Linnan, R. J. Harrington, H. B. White, J. L. Bonar, E. C. McMahon, G. D. Stillman, G. D. Shumway, and W. B. Quarton. 'Messrs. Bonar, McMahon, 'Stillman, Shumway, and Quarton were accompanied by tlieir wives, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Quarton also attended. f fe Pacific Tea store here, and <lur- Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips were ivg his absence Paul Schmidt, Fort Dodge, is in ahargc. A new neon sign bearing tlhe\ etters Junior has been placed ov- jr Ihe old Gifl Shop quarters nexl north of the Call thealer. The; sign is for a new theater to be opened 'by >N. C. Rice as a "junior" Uheater lo the Call. Plans for the theater -have been drawn and approved, and a city license secured. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Strell relurn- ed Sunday from a ten day vacalion trip during which Ihey visited relatives at Chicago, and the F. J. Streits al Oxford, Mich. They also loured parl of soulhern Canada. During Iheir absence was in charge of Ihe "Vic" Sleil La Budde ,of f this week at Charles City with latiyes. Anna is having a week's ^cation from hor duties at ti'ae owa State hank. Harold Falkenhainer, employed i C. B. Murtagh's offices • at the alehouse, Des Moincs, left yester- ay, after a visit here since last eek Wednesday. He recently un- orwenl an appendectomy. F. C. Zender began a two weeks acation from the Zender & Cald^ell clothing store Sunday, and is pending part of it at home, but vill probably visit in Minnesota liis week-end and next week. Tine James Reids, Hector, Minn., spent Saturday and Sunday wilh Mrs. Reid's sister, Mrs. G. E. Hayne, and attended title Potter reunion. Sunday. Mrs. Reid was; once an Algona telephone girl. The Delberl Pollers, Forl Dodge, came Sunday lo altend the annual Potter family reunion, and Mrs. Potter remained for several days with friends. The boys, John and Allan, visited the Elmer Potters. Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Nugent spent Sunday at Manchester witih the latter's motiher. Mrs. W. D. Nugenl imd her daughter .Elizabelh accompanied them lo Waterloo, where they spent the day 'with relatives. Barber and Mrs. Henry Fifrst and tlieir two sons' attended a family reunion at the John Furst's, near Lakola, Sunday. The galhcr- inc honored Ihe birthday of A. Furst, Henry's falher, who was 81. Jennie Cooney and Mary Slreil spenl Sunday al Mason Cily, re- luming Monday morning. Jennie visited Mrs. E. J. Kelley, the former Gertrude Sheridan, and Mary visited her sister, Mrs. M. K. Cul- Bob Trauger and Dale Reynold came Monday from Ames for 'Overnight visit with Ihe former' parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Traug er. Boh ill as been 'attending low State college and plans to wor here this summer. Dale's parent formerly lived here, but are al Ames. Mrs. C. H. Long, daughter Gertrude, and son Junior wenl lo Chicago yesterday for two weeks visit with Mrs. Long's mother and relatives at Glen Ellyn, 111. Owen Mathes accompanied them as far ] as Fort Byron lo visil relalives. Owen is a son of Mr. and Mrs, F. D. Mathes. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ryan, Webster City, and their daughter Delores were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Mathes. Mr. Ryan is a brother of Mrs. Mathes who once lived here. Local friends learn that he won $200 last week Tuesday night, given away at a Webster City theater. Bernadette Barbaras came Tuesday for a week with 'her sisters, Mrs. W. J. Payne and Mrs. John Bieser. Rulh Payne, who has been al Harpers' Ferry during the last few weeks, remains during Bernadelle's absence lo oare for RuUi'9 Feed & Grain company office, which Mr. Streit is manager. Verena Hentges, Michigan, N. D., has been a guest of the E. J. Butlers since last week Tuesday. She is en route to Wisconsin to visit relatives and will leave next week. Last year she taught school at Mandan, N. D. She and Mrs. Butler, the former Zada Finnell, attended St. Teresa's college, Winona, Minn., together. The Algona Community club will tfurnisli cars next Monday morning at 7 a. in. to take 25 4-H girls 'and laken by surprise Sunday, when their son Clarence, of Omaha, and his wife arrived and brought Iheir daughter Ginger Lee, horn June 4 Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Nelson, Spencer, Mrs. Jos. Fransen, St. Paul her two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Mikelson, Boone, and Doctor and Mrs. Schaap and Mr. and Mrs Hugh Hermans, Algona, were also Sunday guests at the Phillips home. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bailey, o: Marshall, Minn., and their daugh tors Jean and Janet went home Sunday, after a week with Mrs Bailey's sister, Mrs. H. D. Hutch ins. They also visiled Mrs. Bai ley's molher, Mrs. Ida Minkler, who was a palient at the Kossulh hos- pilal lasl week, receiving medical Irealmenl. Mrs. Minkler was laken lo Ihe Hulchins home Monday. Donald Hutchins went to Marshall vilh Ihe Baileys for a week's visil. Kennelh Seeley, Algona, and Harold Sorensen, Lu Verne, re- urned Friday from five days of ishing al Cass and olher Minneola lakes. They had planned to >e away a week, but Ihey caught heir limit in five days. Meanwhile tfrs. Seely, Mrs. Sorensen, and the atler's sons Wayne and Dwight Take the WHITE way to Fashion and the SELBY way to comfort Wherever you see smart white shoes, you'll see Selby Arch Preservers. For Selby makes a point of bringing you outstanding white shoe fashions for every informal occasion ... with a superior type of built- in comfort that rests on a tiny featherweight bridge which supports the vital weight-bearing outer arch. grandfather, and iBernadette's Nick Barbaras. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reinhardt, o: Sharon Springs, Kans., and their baby son Weslee came a week ago for a few weeks with Mrs. Rein hardt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. J Behlmer. Mrs. Reinhardt wa Margaret Behlmer, and Mr. Rein hardt is manager of a Continenta Oil filling station. Dr. and Mrs. O. K. Hoffman Hagertown, Md., and their tw daughters spent Tuesday here wit Dr. and Mrs. J. O. F. Price. Docto Hoffman is a veterinary inspecto for the department of agricultur in Maryland. The Hoffmans ha toured Wisconsin, Nebraska, an fAlgona Printer >uys Job Shop at •ristow, Oklahoma |C, Dersham, Kldora, who was " foreman for seven or ars before and during the IMS bought a job printing ratBrlstow. Okla., a town of | WO inhabitants which has a paper and a weekly. • "ersham's daughter Eva. 1 latter's husband, William son of the late Mr. and [A. P. (Doc) Dailey, have for years lived there, and Mr. Ms Junior partner in the firm P'laway and Dailey, electri- ino plumbers. ^Mr. Dersham left the Adin the employ of the ister a year or two, then has been foreman ">ra newspapers Mrs. B. M. Southgate's household goods have been brought Britt to Algona, and she win with her daughter, Mrs. i. *• H George Elbert got back Friday from Detroit, driving a new truck on which was mounted a new car. He went to Detroit a week ago SU Mr a5 and Mrs. James C. Carlton Marshalltown. called Tuesday on Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brechtbill. They were en route home from a week at Ruthven. en. . Beth Backus, Perry White, and Hartshorn took Beth's sis- leaders to the annual state onvention at Ames'. The club wil so send cars to Ames next hursday to bring 't)he girls home his project is> supported annual r .by the club to cooperate witl le Kossuth Farm Bureau. Bernice Stock, Algona, and Ev lyn Blackman, Eagle Grove, who ad been here a week or two, re urned Monday to 'Eagle Grove ^here 'they are conducting dancin jlasses every Tuesday and Friday They ihave 100 pupils. Bernice ha .aught physical training at Eagl Grove during the last few year and Miss Blackman is alao a 'teach visited the women's sister, Mrs. •Carl Anderson, Wahoo, Neb., and also stopped at Omaha and Lincoln. Mrs. Anderson returned with them Saturday to spend several weeks with her parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Victor Johnson. As pictured, a beautiful tie slipper in white or black kid, light weight, but oh, so strong and comfortable. Price, $9 to $10.50. THE TRUE ARCH PRESERVER SHOE Clean Cotton Rags—Dau Garage IIE B. M. Southgate arrived er. Mrs. . . . _rom the west Tuesday, and will spend the rest of the summer wilh her daughter, Mrs. T. T. Herbst. tfrs. Herbst, her two sons, and Priscilla Southgate met Mrs. Soulhgale at Elmore. Priscilla, who teaches at Eveleth, Minn., came last week Wednesday to spend her vacalion wilh the Herbsts. >Dr. Geo. P. Elvidge, Perry, was married to Hazelle Peterson, also of Perry, a week ago Friday at the Congregational church there, and tihey are louring the Black Hills and Yellowstone Park. Dolcor Elvidge is a son af Ihe lale Jos. Elvidge, Lone Rock, and a brolher of Mrs. Roy Jensen, also Lone Rock. Mrs. Elvidge is a graduate nurse . Mrs. H. L. Gilmore went to ar Rapids a week ago Saturday to JLkSter 'her aunt, Mrs. Cather- cme Walters, who is sack and m a Mrs. Walter went to the Okohojis Saturday af- ' er Eleanor back to her school work at Des Moines Sunday. Eleanor had been here several days, erald visiled his wife, who is with her father. Mrs P V. Janse and her daughter, Mrs. H. T. Miller, leave this Pine Sanitor. morning for an auto trip in the East. They plan to be gone two or three weeks, and with favorable! weather wil go as far as Boston and Wasfliinprlon. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Stokes returned Friday, after having been gone several days during which Mr. Stokes looked after his '«"" near Glenfield, N. D., and Stokes visited her sister, Mrs. W. J. Becket, Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon French, are expecled this week-end for a visil with Mr. French's molher, Mrs S B. French, and Mrs. French's fattier, Dr. W. T. Peters, Burt. Mr. French is employed in the office of a lumber company. NORTHWEST - IOWA - SUMMER - RESORT COOLING STATION Ice-Air- Water-Sanitor — Its Always Comfortable Hay fever and asthma palienls will gel relief here through our Call Theatre More Style for No-More Money at Zender CaldwelTs farm Mrs. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday ternoon for a week's vaca ion. IblllUUU J.«« «• " .mrsilttt.' They are .staying at the 'Miller . Roy Keil, Columbus Junction, stopped week Wednesday overnight with Ihe last Jos. •»y Geigel, 73, Renwick, Is Dead - 73 - Renwick, o£ Prank an Al- at his home Saturday £6, after a long illness. He wn here seven weeks in the Lnu- f etire<1 from farming iV 1 some 20 years ago, keen living there since. iwo married daughters and md M and MrSl Franlc Sy th and Uneral *™ ^ . "gel, Monroe, Wis '.'">* Renwick with them, '"""jiext morning. ton Sought, > writes Algona the outrof-town Sachs. The? were' en route to Nelson, daughter Margaret, and son Vernon visited at Haugen. Wis., last week and are spending this week at Bruce, Wis., Wl L h r re ana iV Mi,. Joel Herb.t spent thf week-end at Miller's Bay the Okobojis, and PMlomena and Laughlin Quinn, Woodstock, Minn., were with tihem. . ft Mrs. Ella Grant, Elgin, III., en Sunday for Greenville to visit Mends She had been here three weeks, visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. Mary Runchey. The Ethyl Morrison beauty shop Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Walilace leave for their home at Hollywood, California, this morning, after several weeks with Mrs. Hortense Fergu- lon and the H. E. Histe. TJjey returned to Algona Tuesday from, a eek wi^ relatives in Wisconsin. Mrs. C. A. Joynt and her chil- week dren . . . Helen and Billy, returned has recently been redecorated m and the three shades of green, floor linoleum has been mottled in Saturday, June 23. Double feature—double short program. The big bargain of the week. Sunday and Monday, June 24-25 Critics all agree—it's a natural! That means it will please every type in any place. It's that kind of a show. Money back guarantee on this one. Mrs - last was en- tor u ' 6CUre a war widow's of n ' . the children of war re w hen the children Strict 8 ' Dt ^ e Algona busi- L. becoi ning numer- comineil t the that ap- The Algona ho- such a sign ja- Mr. ana nrs. A. »• Borchardt left Sunday morning for Harrington. Kans, where they a«> yisiUng Mr. Borchardl's parents. They are expected back tomorrow. W. H. Godden was at St. Josepn, Mo, early in the week, attending a regional code meeting for monument dealers. He is the code representative in this district Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Men Ames, and their son Hugh went home last Thursday, after several days with. Mrs. Meuzel's paients, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Wf^n-.ter o f Glen Shore, worshipful master oi the local Masonic lodge, spent law week Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at Des Moiaes, attending Masonic grand lodge sessions. Mrs. W. C. Dewel is spending this week 'With toer sister, Mrs. J. B. Raymond, Le Sueur, Mann. He SAVE AT C, S, JOHNSON'S —and— STUAKT EliW'IN ANN SOUTHERN in "The Party's Over" Sorunnv New News. CLYDE BEATTY in circus menagerie serial "Lost Jungle^ Tuesday Bank Night, June 26 Hardware— Groceries 89c 14 qt. cream cans -----J™ Gray stew pans --------- No More Women Gray milk pans Gray dish pans --------- -JV 8-qt. calf pails -12-qt. milk pails ft P° ultry ,sons Donald and , Cob took ; iue» ,sons o there Saturday, returning .Sunday. J. Van Ness attended a meet Cane sugar, 10-lb. Cider vinegar _47c Wednesday-Thursday, June 27 & 98 It's a grand entertainment! Gowns galore for the women Sophisticated, ultra-smart. Thrills and mystery. WM. POWELL MYMA L OY in Dasheil Hammil's "The Thin Man" Do not allow this one to pass! Also SO Minute Trip Through th World's Fair Ground and New News, BIIIIS" A. profit to you of twenty to thirty per cent on your summer clothing. We say it's worth while and the men who profit are those who can look ahead to ,the hot days coming, and buy their summer clothing now while the stock is complete. / This stock of fine bright new goods was bought for you, and toi put them in your homes we have used prices that will make you feel at home and trade here. NEW SUMMER SUITS 13.50 to 22.50 MISS I MARKER I ''< A Paramount Htturt witJi ADOIPHE MENJOU DOROTHY DELL, CHARLES BIGKFORD : : SHIRLEY TEMPLE a IP. ScMbeiiProlKllw --•• New Pathe News. Micky Mouse—Shanghaied. Musical "Murder in Your Eyes" lg| Fealuring unique and eye-slun- S£ ning ensemble plus many Broad-j — way stars. DRESS SHIRTS for boys ' 65c 75c 85c 1.00 SUMMER HOSE for men. 15c 25c 35c 50c WORK SHIRTS Good big ones at 49c 69c 79c 89c MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS 1.00 1.25 1.50 1.65 1.85 1.95 SUMMER WASH PANT 1.19 1.35 1.75 1.95 2.25 2.50 UNDERWEAR Shirts and shorts 25c 35c 50c Athletic Suits 50c 75c 95c 1.50 1.95 OVERALLS Waist Band 98c and 1.25, 1.35 SILK TIES The kind you like 50c 75c 1.00 OVERALLS Big Smith At a new price, 1.29 STRAW HATS 45o 95c 1.25 1.50 1.75 1.95 OXFORDS 1.95 2.95 3.65 4.00 5.00 OSH-KOSH OVERALLS 1.39 and 1.59 The world's best Zender & CaldweU ALGONA»S OWN STOB1 , Iowa lllllllllllllllllllllllUIIII

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