Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1937 · Page 8
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WANTED—PARTY WHO TOOK my ., c ??t to trade for one I have. —Call 20F2. 12pl2 5VANTE—100 TONS OF ALFALFA hay, baled or Ballsy, 2F23, loose. — Chester 12D12 FOR SALE—Leather sheep lined coat, size 6.—Mrs. gen. Phone J745-J_ MARRIED AND SINGLE MAN •wanted on farm.—P. M. Chris- Anton Didrik- 13-g-l' tenson, Lone Rock. Ilul2 FOR SALE—DUROC BOARS FOR " M. Christensen, Lone IQulOtf WANTED—GOOD SECOND-HAND 50 (or more) foot sale.—P. Rock. windmill.— dowre? ADVANCE. ALQONA. IOWA South Cresco Iff. & I). Club Hears Mrs. H. E. Woodward— The South Cresco Mothers and ^ters club met Wednesday Mrs. E. C. Potter, 18 members attending, and guests were Mrs. Nellie BroAvn, Boone; Victor Ap- Plegate, Titonka; Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whlttemore; and Mrs. H L Potter. Following the luncheon Mrs. Fred Geigel will give a book review. lied Onk Woman to Speak— Mrs. H. E. Houghton, Red Oak, will be speaker at a Plum Creek Social and Literary club banquet at the First Lutheran church Wednesday. Members of all the tertnln their Kweens at 7 o'clock dinner party Thursday evening at the Algona hotel. A Christmas program Is planned. Other Society aftd Mrs. Harry McCorkle Dr ^meeting was opened with JS^V^L^^Ji!?.J"!£ FLOOR SANDING, FINISHING- best equipped.— Cowan Building Supply Co., phone 275. Ilp4-15 FARM LOANS— APPROVED wlth- out expense. Low rates.— Write W. C. Irolan. Algona, Iowa, p!2-13 FOR SALE— 6-ROOM HOUSE five miles south of Irvington. Can be moved.— Henry W. Kohlhaas, Livermore. la. 15pll-l2 FOR ton reasonable.—John Lenihan" south Seneca. SALE— SMALL WELLING- piano, in good condition, roll call was answered with favorite magazines and why. Papers on "The Magazine Article Most Interesting to Me" were read by Mrs. R. E. Morgan and Mrs. B. H. Potter. Mrs. Woodward, president of th county federation of woman's club gave a talk on "Peace". The wo men signed a petition favoring peace bill introduced in the Sen ate by Senator La Follette. Mrs. E C. Potter reported that the Christ mas seal drive In the township wa still In progress. She is directin ed be given 2 o'clock. A will reg- was bridge. Mrs. Bert Deal her bridge club CANARIES —HORTZ MT. AND Cinnamon Gluck, priced reasonable.—Mrs. H. A. Nelson, Titonka. - 12pl2 WANTED — CLERKING tion by married years experience. — Paul Lone Rock. POSI- man with four Olson, 13pll-12 HEATER, FITS '35 and '36 cars, used 2 mos., $10; Harrison water heater, $4.50—Inquire Ad-j 15(2)12i vance. mile the canvass. 15pl2 The next club meeting, a family Christmas party, will be at Mr and Mrs. G. A. Worster's the even ing of December 17. The Mesdames B. F. Sparks, Frank Kelly, and W L. Martin are entertaining committee, and the Mesdames R. E Morgan, L. A. Vlpond, and M. L Dutton will have charge of the menu. There will be a program, a Christmas tree, and the exchange of gifts. Uurt— An annual county-wide W. C. T. at istration fee will be charged at the door to help defray the speaker's expenses. Hurt Pastor to Speak— The Presbyterian Men's club will hold a monthly meeting Thursday i of th , h evening at the church, beginning L ™ e r o with 6:45 dinner, which will be fol-' - g> S> lowed by a program. The Rev. Jos. Doms, pastor of the Burt Presbyterian church, will be the speaker, and hostesses will be entertained at dinner and bridge Sunday evening, and guests were Messrs, and Mesdames- Patrick Jeensen, Ray McCorkle, N. V. Lowe, Hollls Trainer, and E. V. Pierce, all club members. Mrs. Trainer won the woman's prize; Mr. Jensen, the men's. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan entertained at 7 o'clock dinner Monday evening, and guests were the members of their dinner-bridge club. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Williams were club guests. The table decorations were in Christmas style Following dinner the diversion THE MOVIES By T. H. C. is entertaining this afternoon (Tuesday) at her home. Members Mesdames A. L. Buchanan, Albert Granzow, C. R. LaBarre, Glen Roland, A. W. Amunson, and L. M. Merrltt. Mesdames L. W. Fox, John Mc- Surprlse for Christine Wernert— Christine' Wernert was honored | it a surprise birthday party Thurs- I nesday) at the Hotel Algona at " ..... one o'clock luncheon and party. Mrs. 0. J. Stephsenson bridge enter- day evening at her home, 12 wo- !? lnet l the Thimble club at the men attending. Bridge was the dl- ' L ' Vons home Monday af- •ersion. Mrs. C. L. Bliley won ' ernoon - There are 12 members, irst; Mrs. Josephine Stanton eon- IT i Was the dlversion . follow- olation; Mrs. Mary Biggins tra- J? y ght refreshments. •el. Refreshments were served fol- T "e Bel Canto Music club owing the game, and the honoree p 6 p l W vf, dn , e ? day at 2 p " m - at Mrs •as given a shower of handker- h' r , <5t, I ',n ^ Bl North street hiefs. Mrs - Shlerk will be the leader, and (the topic will be The Harmonic edorntion Executives Meet^The county federation of wo- JAPAJ^CHINESE VAtt PICTURES— I hope none of my readers will accuse me of having a war-phobia if I mention the various phases of the struggle which is going on in the Far East in this column from time to time. The spectacle of sordid, grim, ruthless slaughter which Is being shown to every man, woman, and child in the whole part. Second Honeymoon that category of belongs to matrimonial farces with which the market has been somewhat glutted of late. There are lively skirmishes be' TUESDAY business on account of his but up to the present had b rented &-*'' *""& tween final Power verbal and Young, and a fusilade between Young and Talbot, which are' intended to give the production I We meet Tyrone and Loretta af- world who has the small admission I ter '7hey have' been " "vo^ She ' Time was when War was a noble Art, when knights rode their with sweethearts' roses tucked der their tinware. Always the soldiers waved goodbye to their wives and sweethearts, and there was about the glorious departure. Then I.,'Jnrt War was an experience — a noble nusDalla thing, with some illustrious catchword to lend it dignity. "Remember the Maine" sent our boys to the Philippines. "Make the World Safe 'or Democracy" hied them away to Flanders Fields. The present struggle in China, •, ,, (really a horrible butchery) hoJ™ me f ° a ° 'max with the other none of this glory, none of this'^If;,,^,^! 0 ^' 3 ^^' bTUt ^ chivalry. Never before in the married a substantial and respected business man (a belt maker), and he is playing idly around, getting his second wind. The plot ' concerns the change of affection of Mrs. Benton (Miss Young) from ; husband No. 2 back to No. 1 and is I based on the somewhat questionable premise that a "safe and sane" is most exasperating, while a wild but romantic mall makes married life one continua round of excitement. Stuart Erwln and Miss Weaver stage a neat little romance, anc they eventually end up at the altar at the same moment that things four children of thd children are of school „ and wilt attend tho.Corw't Khoo? For the past two years ho ha era ed a machine shop hart, and prior to that Now JTdon Posters. Two new neon poster size e scns •which have been attracting atto ,. tlon are the Kennedy & and Steele signs. More t feet of neon tubing is used In each of the signs, which were -re™ fcy the Cnughey outdoor udvortis ing company. OF IHGIIT OF TO IOWA NATIONAL BANK- You are hereby notified that the 4th day of February A 1935, at the adjourned sale begun vorld's history have mothers actually seen their sons murdered and mutilated on the field of battle. Never before have pictures shown a little "blue" at times. Is the Hayes organiation on vacation? But I found Second Honeymoon both entertaining and diverting, notwithstanding the avalanche of |Ba_sjc of Music, Part I. " as deadly bombs are dropped on M. P. JWeaver will be hos- defenseless women and children. us the horrors of conflict We sit 6Uch nlc t ures that has come from in comfortable theaters and watch « Hollywood o£ lnte - There are still machine guns mow down luckless j othcrs ln storc for us ln the near humans by the score, and we see future death and destruction from the sky IIpE op Tm ~^_ Sometimes I go to the movies State of Iowa, to-wlf »,, . '--' —- -Wo (2) In Block Twenty-eight (28), HU- mond's Fourth Addition to Swea City, Iowa, was sold by the Treasurer of Kos suth county, Iowa, to M. P Weaver frtSe'^Prchtertax' S No 537 issued; that under date o ? February 27, 1936, said Certlt cate No. 537 was assigned by aaid M p Weaver to Ellsworth & Jones the present owners and holders of said Certificate; that tho right of redemption will expire and deed for FOR SALE—LIGHT PLATFORM truck, good running condition — See Thorpe Wood and Iron AVorks. — G Des Molnes, speaks morning and afternoon. The rest of the forenoon program follows: devotions, the Rev J. M. Doms, pastor of the church; — - WHO purchased'^ rp ° sre a " d Value °t an Insti- B Batteries at Gamble's store! ™ , , ' skow : Val "e of Poster 1 + 11 l*rtrt irnv^^I . : .1 ... . I \V fit* If IT! t Tin TDiiT^l J— fi_i_ t , "Saturday and paid with Please call at Gamble's. 20pl2 SAAVS—CIRCULAR OR CROSS- eut, and hand saws, gummed, fil- •Thorpe AVood & Iron ed, and set. Works. lopll-14 FOR SALE — SPOTTED POLAND China boars, price ?19.00—Howard Witham, 5% miles west of Al- 16pll-12 OF BLACK leather on 18. £OST-PAIR . men ' s jloves on south side State " street.—Return office. same to Advance 17ul2 p — - • , • .... .u._ u L A | Work in the Public Schools, „*,„. 'Rachel Stockman, Swea City; What Can Women Do Towards World Peace? Mrs. Frank Geigel, Algona. A covered-dish luncheon will be served at noon. The afternoon program will be: What We Have Accomplished With Our Education Fund Thus Far, Mrs. Albeit Cutler, Bancroft; How to Best Use Our National W. C. T. U. Papers, Mrs. Patton, wife of the Baptist minister at Bancroft: a special musical number by the Burt representatives; Our Program for the Coming Year, Mrs. Skow FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN—ONE 1932 Chev. truck with grain box; also one 1936 Ford Tudor sedan — Western Credit Co. 22ul2tf LOST—TWO TEN-DOLLAR BILLS Tuesday, Nov. 30, on State street Algona.—Finder please leave money at Advance. Reward. 19pl2 FOR SALE—TAVO NEAA r 5-ROOM bungalows, with garage, just Party Planned— Ardella Hovey, Wilma Kapp Anne McNeal, and Mrs. Bernard Dahlhauser will entertain nt a pre-nuptial shower and seven o'clock dinner Wednesday evening, honoring Alice Zeigler, who will be married this month. For table center-piece an Eskimo Ig'.oo will be used, with candy snow-men and green trees as favors. Following dinner little Violet Hovev ien's clubs held an executive tess io the Congregational. "L. "6. Clt ies are destroyed before our just to see how bad they can build To rd . m ! e . t . ing , at . t , he Al^i^Ho- ^™«tay "chool otaaa Thursday J ery eye «'• «>d men drop like flies them. Once In a great while I'm a Christ- as ._ we , 6q . ulrm about waiting for the disappointed, in the sense that the 1 Saturday, with Mrs. H. E. Wood- eveni °g- This will be ward, president, presiding. A one mas P art y, and there o'clock luncheon was served to | exchange .of gifts, the representatives from each club numbering 30 women. Plans were laid for a federated meeting March 1 at which four rural clubs will be hostesses. Rummage and Hake Sale- be an Bi S Feature of the evening's pro- completed; one located Minn and! Al 'della's sister, will McGregor, other Elm and Phillips.'" " —Phone 100. 22tfll FOR SALE — PUREBRED SPOT- ted Poland China boars, cholera The Congregational circles will have a rummage and bake sale Saturday at 9 o'clock in the basement of the church, which has recently been finished. The proceeds will go towards purchase of inlaid linoleum for the vestry room find hall. All articles for the rummage sale are to be taken to ihe basement Thursday. Eighty-seventh Birthday Observed- Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy McWhorter entertained at dinner Sunday lonoring the 87th birthday of Airs. Anna Gill, mother of Mrs. tfcWhorter. Guests were Mr and Mrs. Cleve Stewart, near St. Joe, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shilts. Mrs. Gill lives with her daughter, ind is active worker for a woman of her age. Vckley Bride Is Honored— Mesdames Edw. Kain, Robert vain, George Kain, and Fern Drone entertained at a post-nup- shower at Mrs. Edw. Kain's Vednesday, honoring Mrs. Stell- Mrs. Vaughn Rising entertained at a one o'clock luncheon Wednesday. Ten women attended a newly organized club, and the afternoon was spent at sewing Myrtle St. John entertained a group of friends Wednesday the occasion being her birthday anniversary. The hostess is employed at Harold Neville's Mrs. C. B. Wilson, Britt, will entertain at one o'clock bridge luncheon at the Hotel Algona Saturday. Covers will be laid for 50 guests n,5 rTS ;, A TT J> McCa11 entertained the Idle Hour bridge club Friday fir nna /\>siin*.i. i i. * gram. How long will human beings sit and watch carnage like this going producers make a better picture than I gave them credit for. Not so with Life of the Party. It would be difficult to imagine putting Joe New stoc] < Ollr Coys' an c °me in yi skates, f complete, $3.49 and JOE at one o'clock luncheon are 12 members. There The Wa-Tan-Ye club will meet for 6 p clock dinner tonight (Tuesday) in the Blue Room at the Algona Hotel. Mrs. S. W. Meyer will entertai her bridge club this afternoo (Tuesday). Two tables will be i Play. The Royal Neighbors will me ~ Thursday evening, and election o officers will take place. . The Eastern Stars will meet to day (Tuesday), and election of of fleers will take place. , •-'- ~ -".W £,WI11(3 »~ U11L1V.UII IU UUtl£IUtJ JIUlUHg JOU on—moody, ghastly, inexcusable, it Penner, Parkyakarcus, Gene Ray- would seem, in^ this enlightened mond, et al, Into one picture and tif e <i,o+if *S lsn !. t a word or Ph™ 86 S 6ttln g anything but a bellyache to justify the whole grim business." " ' Even the Japan ambassador hasn't anything to say except that Japan .doesn't want to annex a part of China—just wants peace, peace peace. Oh, of course, I don't want the United States to get too humanitarian, repeat its folly of two decades ago, go out to save the world, and promote a "war to end wars." It would seem that a few months of these war-pictures annnm 4-f* *1 - . _ * bride-to-be mas gifts brought into "the" room on a white sled. Post-nuptial Shower Given— immune, new bloodlines for old Nor ma Raney and Ellen SLcussy customers, 3 miles northwest Whit- i ente rtained Saturday afternoon ,«.,.---.- temore.—Mike Higgins. FOR SALE- and roan, at the former's home at " The afternoon was spent at 500, following lunch for 24 guests. Mrs. Stellhorn received many gifts. Schoolgirls Entertain Teachers— Charlene and Ruth Ann Clement entertained at 7 o'clock dinner Fri"L me luruier s nomp fir o nr»c.+ ' j . u.mici .rn- nuptial glassware Shower hono-"iRnor e ^ nS ' ^ P ests Were Miss :-BULL CALVES, RED >g Mrs. George Harris! the form- *™te te^L™*^™™' * lxth , 1 to 14 months of age. i or Catherine Schul? TMP iftor ' r *1 teachers, Miss Carlson, ui/.. IMP -imjr- . fourth grade teacher; and Mrs. Sy- s i Ivia Gunn. the cirls 1 Tnnsin +^0^1, Milking Shorthorn prices. Inspectic Phone 4-18, A. A. Kading, Fenton. 29pl2-13 FOR SALE—PUREBRED shire boars, both fall and spring. These are Gunn, the girls' music teach- The hostesses are daughters a-1 of Barber and Mrs. C. H." Clement. , ' * ' T*]ie stock, modest! nnon was spent at card prices. Inspection invited. Tele- and guests were Mrs. Kenneth ris. Mrs. Julius Winkel, Etts con, Dorothy, Birdie, and Helen __ bcnulz, Elizabeth Remkee, Mrs. i Farewell for Milton Fox- Mrs. Mike Loss Jr., j Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Johnson en- Johnson. Following tertained Thursday evening hnn heavy-boned individual's" onT^ i ±± the shower SlftB were pre- oring Mrs. Johnson's tether', Mil" Corwith Teacher is Sick at Swea City w £ 0 ? VitI i' DeC ' 6 ~ Es ther Smith who teaches music in the Corwlth schools is very ill at her home a ar SeHoUS and year-old herd boar.—Joseph Skow Wesley - 25pi2 one 2-lsented. FOR SALE—PUREBRED shire boars, both fall and spring. These are lengthv heavy-boned individuals; one two- herd boar.—Joseph Skow, ton Fox, who left Monday to spend Aid Has Proui-im i, Winter with his sister . Mrs. .hodls" "id ™Kr nnp Florenc e Orthel. Los Angeles. The HAMP-'o'clock luncheon Thu™dav at ?hP n"f 'f W6re Mr ' and Mrs ' Ma: 'tin yearling i church, 100 women nf^nrtin. ™ D'dnksen and Mr. and Mrs. Horn °° nsisted er Young. Weslev. eo\\-25plO-12 CARD OF THANKS—WE WISH to thank neighbors and other First Lutheran Aid will havi friends for their kindness sympathy in our recent bereavement.—W. J. and H. W and Mrs. Chas. Kuchynka mijMnicn at the piano by „„.,. >s ?rtnur Ch ! n! V ft Vi0lin S0 '° by ! * ° nC °'° 10Ck luncheon is. Arthui Anderson, accompan- : . church Thursday and all -Mrs. Walter E. Roberts; a of the church are invited ins ctnt-f V... -\r -.-. . «*c lllvimu. led bv rn • andi, as story b >' Mrs - anso11; and a Hymnolo Christmas Anton Didriksen. division served. given Mrs. E. W. ;y of the it th women Each Sunnyside Kennels; A-l cattle and watch dogs. p f ji c Wiorter, Rfd 1, Whittemore" •" "l Old Timers Honored- Mrs. Verne Barker, south of Al- woman is to take a covered-disl and sandwiches. There will be a by Mrs. small charge for the Iowa Luth- Roberts' eran Children's Home at Stanton Dancing Club Has Party— The Young Married People's had a party at the Floyd Koepke. TWO 120-ACRE FARMS, ALGONA territory, one at $90 and one at J115 with electric lights. Very desirable buildings. Can finance good farmer.—L. C. Stuart, 726 Forester Bldg., Mason City. 31ulO-12 fam- Mrs. Cox and Mrs. . , were the committee in charge and the Algona Rhythm club furnished ilies attending. Schoby have been neighbors all music. of their lives, both having t €en ! born m Illinois, and having come I Dinner nt IVhlttemore Home- to Iowa shortly after marriage. I hoy lived a fe\v mllas apart for some ' have CHEAP-ONE Standard Approved oil-burner complete with tank and equipment. Also one 1932 dual wheel Chevro- £t truck with brand new box. Reasonable terms.— Phone 55 or see Western Credit Company. 33utf Mrs. Julia Benson Honored-Mrs. Julia Benson, who was celebrating a birthday anniversary was hono-ed at a surprise party iui> evi.-i.ing at her h»me. Thn Mr ' Mrs. Charles Oilbride, Harry Ifargreaves and Mrs. Ralph Elbert, Mr', and Mr. \r T * " • '^v. i i , .(j. i f fill \J Mrs. James Allen, Mrs. Nellie Van SALE-20 SHROPSHIRE and ;V len ' Mrs - Anne Hampshire rams; also Oxford .?] lnt> ' Aud ' t «. ' r Dorset and Southdowns, the good rugged farmer rams; Poland China Duroc Jersey and Berkshire spruv ! ed " loars, 2 yearling Poland China zttrisch, and Klnsoy and e fhe diversion was bridge follo "' in K which lunch was ' for serv- boars, the easy feeding kind; also Shorthorn Studer, Wesley. Mrs. Baylor's Birthday Obsmed- I OFFER TWO QUARTER SEC- tions along pavement, each with a nice set of buildings, at $70 per acre. Reasonable down payment This means a Farm-Home with low Handling cost that will always be worth the money.—L. C. Stuart, 726 Forester Bldg., Mason City. 45ulO-12 Your Money's Worth in SEAL ESTATE, REAL ESTVTE LOANS, AND INSURANCE JOEL M. HERBST Olffc* over la. State Bk. Phone 83 Algona, Iowa dinner Sunday the oc- div r bein , g MrS ' Ba y lQ r's birth- oa>. Guests were Mr Jos. Daughn. Corwlth;' and Mr. Mrs. and Mra T« »* "'v", ivii. Una Mis Leo Merge,,, here; and Chas. Bajlor, Anita, nephew of the Bayors. Mrs. Daughn is the former laabelle Baylor, and Mrs. Mergen the former Dorothy Baylor; both are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Baylor. Christmas Luncheon for D A E. _ Mesdames C. R. LaBarre, G S 'Buchanan. Helen Paxson and Mrs Tjaden will entertain the D A. it. at one o'clock Christmas luncheon next Tuesday at Mrs. > ™ Te for 30. in Christmas style, course luncheon wll over8 wlu be Table decorations will be and a two be served. !,-f. r ' and Mrs - H - E ' Woodward, \\hittemoie. entertained at 7 o'clock diner at their home last week I uesday. Guests were Messrs, and Mesdames G. W. Stillman, M J Streit, D. E. Dewel, II. M. Smith, H. M. Hauberg, and Helen Ding- Another Farewell for Carlsons- Mr, and Mrs. Edward Sheehan entemamed at an informal dinne party last week Monday evening ii honor of the Rev. and Mrs. C who left Wednesdaj St. P-.-MI. There were eigh guests altogether. Club Plims Christmas Party-Mrs. H. L. Gilmore, president of the Delphians, will entertain the club at her home naxt Monday at one o'clock luncheon. Ths-Avil) be the club's annual Christmas party, and "white elephants" will be exchanged. Family Observes Mother's Birthday Mrs. C. C. Robinson celebrated her 73rd birthday Thursday. A family dinner was served, and guests were all her children and the families. She receivel many gifts. Party for the Rotary Anns— The Rotary club will entertain the Anns at a Christmas party Monday evening, December 27 beginning with 6:30 dinner et the Algona hotel and followed by a program. Kiwanls Party for Kweens— The Kiwanianfi members will en- npnt. ro nfection. She was not able to re- ^vTni° ? V ° rk after the Thanksgiving vacation, and it will bo some time before she can resume ere'ttf 1 w'n* The Wgh schoo] %>~ eretta, Hollj^-ood Bound which was to have been presented next week, has been indefinitely postponed. Miss smith was directing the operetta. Mrs. J. Worth Miler wife of the high schood band 0r> , ' S substituti "g ^r Miss during the latter's absence. Entertainer Gives Ledyard H. S. Show Ledyard, Dec. 6— One Carl Bur- Bess and his dummy, "Andy McCarthy entertained the school students Friday afternoon with a pro- I pam which included songs recitations jokes by "Andy", a balanc- I ing performance by Brownie, Mrs Burgess's trained dog, magic, and slight-of-hand tricks, and numbers hv Cowboy Carl" and his guitar the program was greatly enjoyed, ind some of the children are still vondering how the tricks were performed. shown to the women of the world! would do the trick. There isn't anything particularly glorious" about modern warfare. The old pageantry and the pomp are gone—all that remains is just slaughter, death, gory disfigurement. The gruesome facts, which nobody but the soldier ever knew aoout before, are now shown to children in cold brutality. It is something to ponder over. After seeing the plight of the poor starving Chinese children we ought to thank our lucky stars that we are living in this "land of the free and home of the brave" shouldn't be kicking about our taxes and the high cost of government. We ought to be glad that in one country, at least, we may enter .he Christmas season with our hearts full o f love and thanksgiv- ng, and with age-old song on our UPS, Peace on Earth, good will owards Men." SECOND HONEYMOON— The really important thing about Second Honeymoon is the work of i newcomer to the films, one Marorie Weaver, who literally steals he show from every one of the rincipals. Not that Tyrone Power nd Loretta Young and Lyle Talbot on t play their respective roles In creditable manner, but this Veaver woman simply "wows" her our from the result. I think this is one of the season's "lows." The humor is of such a low mentality, the appeal so moronic, that It is difficult to imagine how customers can extract from the whole ten reels even as much as a chuckle. Garage at Corwith Has Changed Hands Corwith, Dec. G—A business deal was closed one day last week by which John Babcock, of Denhart became owner of the Riggle garage, which had been operated by Russell Riggle for the last several years. Mr. Babcock will operate a garage and repair shop and handle a full line of auto accessories, batteries, gasoline, oils, etc, in the front half of the building, while Mr. Riggle w ,n contnue to operate a welding and machine shop in the rear of the same building. For some time Mr. Riggle i, as been advised to discontinue the garage Bradleys j TpjHn® | || Cnrischill es Good Ft Coat Bni Sale Dates Dec. 8-Georgo Hahle, closing station WGSt ° f Wallbur e' s fl »'ng Kohl, north and vest of Algona. Dec. 9-Gottlieb Hanselman, 3 miles west and Vi mile south of' Lu Dec. IG-Geo. H. Wcssel, % I MUST HIRE MAX to make poultry demonstrations and handle service work among local farmers. Must be satisfied with about ?100 per month at start. Car necessary. For personal interview write Box 4270 care of this paper. ' Name Address — OUTITANDI \ QUALITY ^ -\ a*«l VALUt JJLB I LB PKG. PKG. 49c 17c Stewart closine- out sale, 8 miles south and one- half mile west of Algona A ' W| ener, pub- west and 1 lie 'aie' Jic sale, 2 south of Lone Rock. 2 FOR 1 SALE "HANG-OVERS." Annex m lumgrlne! A Velvet Knit! Of course, it's a Bradley— new, glamorous, and n'tely a "date" dress. fabric is luxurious in defi- The tex- who were unable to folks Hvs - or DOC 8 No. 2H cans lona HalveD or Sliced PEACHES, 2 fi 3 No. 2K cans .... 4&C Soft-A-Silk CAKE FLOUR, 2% lb. pkg. White House Evaporated MILK, O/l 8 1413-oz. cans ZU C Sultana Red SALMON, -j f 7% o/. can -LOC English (large budded) WALNUTS, II 29c ... SCOT TISSUE, 4 rolls _________ P & G Laundry O K SOAP, 10 Irg. bars _OO C Paluiollve Toilet OZ»SOAP, 5 calces _____ 40 C Shortening CRISCO, S lb, can __ ... 49c 1 lb. can 20c NAVY BEANS, s\(~ 6 Ibs. £OC BLUE ROSE BICE, <i Ibs. PURE LARD, Q A 2 Ibs _. 24 C 47c For Keeping Floors In tho Pink of Condition — Use JOHNSON'S on Wax Paste, » lb. canU t/C APPLES, Winesaps, 6 Ibs. _ , TE3CAS OHAJfGES, tn Size 888, doz J.&C HEAD LETTUCE, "if Size 60, 2 for ... -IOC Just Outl "WOMAN'S DA » Magazine! 8c a Copy! THE G H t A 'I A 1 L A N I : '. : , „ . j »,.,,,,... _ "* *• •* l/ool dressesTQ £? s««^r $5.88 !4 to 20 and mostly black) u ture, because it's knit of rich velvet chenille called Veldeaux. The style shows simple elegance, with * a yarn, the tat puff s i ee ves. And the trimming will win ov er completely! spangled "necklace" you It's a collar, We have in our stock I gorgeous models in the-minute fur coats in t jet black Australian SeaU New Zealand Beaver. from 14 to 20 and we ture both semi-fitted 6 and the swagger types. ( You'll be delighted sxtremely low pi hese luxurious g narked for quick s< his time of year when! women are planning r 'ul Christinas gift. rom $68.00 to $129.00, 68c 2 FOll $1.25 $4.88 -ostly S »au $5.00 PRY THE LID OFF • The Chrischilles the " lid " off of something or other Wj; when we "shot the works" in the greatest 2 for sale of "modern times." We heard vague rumO« | h« ifi consu mers strike or a "recession" and thought we'd see about it. vm k8 ' t ? ere>s nothing to it. Don't believe ad W the newspapers or hear over the e are still buying-there is still oodles of e countr y and everything is looking a sale— what values— what crowds. sti " *«»«recto of choice bargains left. e prices ' t 00 ' H JO* haven't * 2*8 ° r neea m e Wdress-come i dollar really can do at this progressive The Chrischilles Store what ^Qat

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