Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 20, 1938 · Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT KOSSUTtt COUNTY APVANflB. ALGONA. IOWA fttttRSDAY, JANUAnv 20, PRE-CIVIL WAR LU VERNE FARM CHANGESHANDS Old Potter Place in Humboldt County is Sold. Golden Wedding Anniversary— Each of the ministers gave a short Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cook will talk, after which Mr. Volzke gave celebrate their golden wedding a response. Mrs. Sjostrand favor- anniversary next Sunday with a ed the audience with a vocal solo, and J. A. Freeh and Mrs. Orville family dinner at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Cook were both born and Elkins spoke in behalf of the 1894 they came to Kossuth and lived on a farm in the Good Hope community for some years. On leaving the farm they came to Algona, where they purchased a home on north Church street in. which they are still living. Mr. Cook is a son of the late Rev. John Cook, a Methodist minister who was well known to the older people of this community. Mr. and Mrs. Cook are the parents of four children: Mrs. M. L. Dutton, Russell Cook, Johannsen, and Mrs. Mrs. Henry L. C. Schi- Lu Verne, Jan. 18— A story which came to light here recently is that of a farm which had been In the samo family 80 years. This farm, the H. W. Potter homestead, of 160 acres, is 3% miles southeast of Lu Verne in Vernon township, Humboldt county, and was eold last week to Glen Brock, of near Renwlck, at ?95 an acre. The place was purchased by Mr. Potter in 1858 from the government, and the price then was only ?1.50 an acre. The deed was signed 80 years ago in the name of the president, James Buchanan, ren:; Mrs. Glen Teeter, Mrs. and this instrument has been a prized possession of the Potter family. Mr. and Mrs. Potter were pioneers whose lives were closely interwoven with the history of northern Humboldt county. They were the parents of 11 children, eight girls and two boys, all now living except two girls who died young. Mr. and Mrs. Potter died several years ago. Three daughters are living at Hemwdck: Mrs. Nellie Stpddard; Mrs. Bertha Thiel, and Mrs. D. 0. Castleman. Mrs. Hattie Krut- reared at Cottage Hill, Dubuque I men's and women's organizations, county, and they were married [Light refreshments were served. In the Cottage Hill church. In singer lives at Potter, on the Humboldt; Genia home place with her sister, Mrs. Ray Feltis, the former Mae Potter. The three sons are Lee, of Hardy; Fred, of Flasher, N. D.; and iFlorelle, of Rapid City, S. D. Ray Feltis, who has farmed the placei16 years has purchased an acreage at Renwick and will move there in the spring. Mrs. W. F. Godfrey and John Brink, Lu Verne, are niece and nephew respectively of the elder Potters, and Mrs. William Biging, also Lu Verne- is a granddaughter. SON OF MRS. HINTZ WED ATWESTGATE Good Hope, Jan. 18—At 2 o'clock Sunday at St. Peter's Lutheran church, Westgate, took place the marriage of Arnold W. Hintz and Marie Clara Raether, in the presence of relatives and friends who filled the church. The couple were accompanied to the altar by Clarence Ristau, Ventura, cousin of the bridegroom, and Leota Raether, sister of the bride. The marriage service • of the church was pronounced by the pastor, the Rev. 0. C. Schultz. The bride was gowned in white satin, with veil. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Louis Hint/., Algona, who, with her husband, prior to his demise two years ago, was a Good Hope resident. Arnold is a farmer. His bride is the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Raether, fanners of the Westgate neighborhood, where she was born and reared. Following the ceremony a. reception for the newlyweds was held at the liaethcr home. The couple will farm near Westgate on a place which the bridegroom has worked during the last year. Among guests at the wedding were the Edw. Hackbarths and the elder Mrs. Hint/., who went to Westgate Saturday and returned Monday. Vern Rutledge cared for the Hackbarth chores. chtl. There are five grandchild- Milton Pierce, Donna Jean Dutton, and Wayne and Gary Schichtl. A great grand-child is Durwood Pierce. Open house will be reld at the Henry Johannsen Jr. north Wooster street, from 2 till 5:30. home on No. 517, Bel Canto Club Entertains— > The Bel Canto music club members entertained at 7 o'clock dinner last evening at the Hotel Algona, and guests were husbands. Mesdames C. R. Holt, E. C. McMahon, M. G Bourne, and C. C. Shierk received. The tables were set in banquet style, with white flowers and tapers as decorations. Mrs. F. A. on the life of John Wesley, founder of Methodism, Mrs. Vaughn Rising sang sident gave a welcome, and a mu-itwo solos, and Harriet Frances sicale followed, with H. R. Ras- Vining, grandaughter of Mrs. ' Witham, gave two piano selec Mes- Following dinner Mrs. Holt, pre- musical director, Pnrty Given for Ifurses— Mrs. Mabel Olson entertained at a card party Tuesday evening at her apartment, and guests were the hostess's sister, Esther Jergensen, Fort Dodge, and the following nurses: Bernadine Barnes, Nita M. Isaacson, Bridget Gaffney, Viola Heller, Eleanor Jacobson, Mrs. William Finn, and Mrs. Walter Lichter. The diversion was 500, with Bernadine Barnes winning high and Mrs. Isaacson being low. Mrs. Olson is office nurse for Dr. C. H. Cretzsmeyer. Academy Party is Given— Another of a series of parties was held at the St. Cecelia academy Monday evening. Winners of the high scores were Mrs. Karl Hoffman, women's high contract; Jack Fraser, men's high score on contract; Mrs. Leonard Nelson, high at auction; Thomas Doyle, high man at auction; Mrs. E. Wernert, 500 high score, and Rodney Gilbride, men's 500 high. Another party will be held next Monday at the Academy. Bible Searchers Class Meets— The Methodist Bible Searchers S. S. class met Tuesday at the church, 20 attending. Witham gave a talk ing at 7 o'clock dinner at Mrs. Oscar Anderson's country home this evening, honoring Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Little, who are celebrating a wedding anniversary. Covers will be laid for 16 guests. Following the dinner the group will come to' the Little home, where bridge will be the" diversion. Mrs. ,T. IV. little Entertains— Mrs. J. W. Little entertained the Tuesday club at 1:30 dessert luncheon and a bridge party at her home Tuesday afternoon. Covers were laid for eight and guests of the club were Mrs. Clarence Stewart and Mrsl Earl Griffith. Ms.. Fred Bartholomew won high bridge score, and Mrs. Carl Ire- Ian won a chair prize. Surprise for Farm Girl— Lucile, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kramer, south of Algona, was taken by surprise Sunday evening, when 30 friends arrived to help her celebrate her 19th birthday. Monopoly and other games were played. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Kramer and Fern Gisch. Party Honors a Daughter- Mrs. Roy Larson entertained at a card party Monday night in honor of her daughter, Mrs. James Finnemore. The diversion was 500, with four tables in play. Mrs. Fritz Skilling won high, Mrs. Finnemore was low and Mr. Finnemore won travel. Lone Hock Girl to Wed— Mr. and Mrs. 'L. B. Holllster, of Lone Rock, announce the engagement of their daughter, Coila Jane, ._ Albert Ambrose, Jollet, 111. The vedding will take place late in February. ihlld's Birthday is Honored- Mr, and Mrs. Jack Henson en- ertained at 6 o'clock dinner Sun- ay In honor of their little daugh- er Patsy's third birthday. 'Covers •ere laid for nine. PARir HONORS BIRTHDAY AT WHJTTEMORE Whiltemore, Jan. 18—Mr. and Mrs. Archie Volgt entertained Sunday evening in honor of Ewald Voigt's birthday anniversary, and attending were Leroy Blbert, Mi*, and Mrs. Reinhard Ostwald, daughter Gladys, the Frank Schumach- ers, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wagner, son Wayne, daughter from here; Mr. and Burt Banker Sick; Has Scarlet Fever Burt, Jan. 17—H. E. Rachut, president of the Burt Savings bank, is a scarlet fever patient. Two of his children, Mary Jean and Stella, came down with the cliseso a week before. Mr. Kachut had been (luornntined out, but was taken sick Friday and on Sunday the case was diagnosed as scarlet fever. 'Parents Married CO Years. Ledyard, Jan. 18—Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hartshorn observed their 60th wedding anniversary Friday. Friends called, but no special celebration took place. Mr. and Mrs. Hartshorn arn not in good health, but both are up and around. Elmer Hartshorn, Algona, is their son. singing and Mrs. Bancroft, accom- inussen, local lending group Ralph Weber, :ianying. Mrs. Agnes Vohs, of West Bend, gave two violin selections, accompanied by Mrs. Sylvia Gunn, and Mrs. George Kyseith, Clarion, gave a reading. A sextette—Mes- dames E. V. Pierce, M. G. Bourne, G. W. Stillman, Ralph Weber, C. R. Holt, and Florence Kierscht— sang two selections, accompanied by Mrs. Shierk. Royal Neighbors Install Officers— The Royal Neighbors held installation of officers Thursday evening at the Legion hall, with Mrs. Hugh Post and Mrs. J. M. Hardgrove acting as installation officers. Officers are: Mrs. Elliot Skilling, Oracle; Mrs. W. L. Gregson, Vice Oracle; Esther Helberg, Past Oracle; Mrs. Frank Ostrum, chancellor; Mrs. Laing, recorder; Mrs. tions. Hostesses were the dames Dearchs, Doege, Blanchard, Gingrich, and Witham. Child Study Club Meets— Mrs. C. D. Schaap and Mrs. J. G. McDowell were hostesses to the Child Study club Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of the former. Mrs. McDowell was leader. The group listened to a Child Study program given over the radio from Ames, sponsored by the P. T. A. Twelve members attended the meeting, and following the program a light luncheon was served. Two Wesley lodges Install— Local members who attended and took part in a joint I. 0. 0. Other Society. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Urch, son Ubert, Gladys Prescott, physical raining teacher, Evelyn Graham, econd-grade' teacher at the Brynt, Hiram Bleeker, and Ronald Jardner, all of Algona, "were unday dinner guests of Mr. and drs. Leslie Jenkins, southwest of Ugona. , The "Methodist W. H. M. S. will meet at the church next week 'hursday afternon at 2:30. Mrs. Uitone Johnson will tie lesson eader, and Mrs. C. ill lead devotions. F.-Rebekah installation at ley Friday night were the Wes- Mes- Mary jdames G. C. Wright, marshal; Sid Ralph Brown, receiver; Mrs. Louis Lynk marshal; Mrs, William Geering, asst. marshal; Mrs. W. W. Gillespie, outer sentinel; Mrs. Bert Baldwin, inner sentitel. Managers are Mesdames T. H. McGilligan, Harvey Coleman, and E. T, Burbank and Mrs. Henry Johannsen is musician. Following the installation the members of the lodge went to Pierce's cafe for a luncheon. Wa-tan-ye Clnb ITas Meeting— The Wa-Tan-Ye club met for 6 o'clock dinner Tuesday evening at the Algona hotel, 14 members attending. Eleanor Fraser, guest speaker, gave a. talk on The Composition of Movies, and Mrs. Lura Sanders, president, gave a humorous reading, Mirandy on Our Neighbors. Bertha Welp, bookkeeper at the Norton machine works, and Darlene Stott, office girl for Dr. R. M. Wallace, were voted in as new members of the club. The next meeting will be a party at Stella Mae Breen's ap- partment, with Violet Norman assisting. Embroidery Club Elects— The Cresco Embroidery club met a week ago Wednesday with Mrs. Carl Brown, 20 attending. Election of officers was held: president, Marguerite Graham; vice, Zelba Brown; Mrs. Morris Parsons, Irvington, secretary treasurer. The next meeting will be held February 9 with Mrs. J. M. Cox, south of Algona. This club, one of the first to be organized near Algona, has been operating 2!) years. It began with six members, one of whom, Mrs. J. M. Cox, is still a faithful attendant. Reception for the Pastor— Between 80 and 100 people attended a reception for the Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Volzke Thursday evening at the Baptist church. Among the guests were the Revs, and Mesdames Geo. C. Vance, M. A. Sjostrand, and F. E. Burgess. Spear, and Henry Lund. Harvey Graham, Hurt, who is the deputy grand master, and his staff assisted in installation of the Odd Fellows. During the evening addres- es were made and a luncheon was served. Mrs. I. F. Itico Hostess- Mrs. L. F. Rice entertained the 0. 0. 0. at one o'clock luncheon at the Mrs. Oscar Anderson country home Tuesday afternoon. Covers were laid for eight guests, who were Mesdames L. A. Copp, Hans Hanson, H. D. Hutchins, Geo. St. John, D. D. Monlux, and J. H. Hoppe. Mrs. W. E. McDonald was a guest of the club. Bridge was the diversion. To Observe Wedding Anniversary Messrs, and Mesdames Carl Pearson and C. N. Aalfs are entertaining at 7 o'clock dinner and bridge party at the Pearson home this evening to honor Mr. and Mrs. H. B. White, who are celebrating the eighth wedding anniversary. Mr. White is also celebrating a birthday anniversary Other guests will be Dr. and Mrs. H. L. McCorkle. Little Girl is Six; Party- Dorothy, daughter of Mr. am Mrs. Stanley Johnson, celebrated her sixth birthday Saturday afternoon at the home of her parents and n of her schoolmates were guests. The afternoon was spen at party games and contests. Thi feature at the lunch was a huge birhday cake, and ice cream wai served with it. Dorothy receivei many gifts. The Algona Auction Co. Club Honors Wedding Anniversar The Bridgette club is entertain Arlene, all Mrs. Jack Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mather, daughter Arlene, all from Rolfe; Florence Hlntz, Lillian Warner, and Mr. and Mrs. John Ommenz, Lu Verne. Cards were played, and lunch was served. Wedding Anniversary Observed- Relatives gathered at Erwin Bruhn's, near Depew, Monday evening to help the couple celebrate their sixth wedding anniversary, and among' persons attending from here Were' Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, son Alfred, daughter Gertrude, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, son Ernest, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, son Lawrence, daughter Helen, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heldenwlth. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn, daughters Arlene and Phyllis, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Grelner, all of Fairview, also attended. Attend Funeral at Wesley— Mr. and Mrs. Theo Keene, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Keene, Mrs. Joseph VIeurer, the Meurer son Luclan drove to Wesley Monday to attend the funeral of Peter Brass at St. Joseph's Catholic church there. Mr. Brass died at the Kossuth hospital Friday, and the body was taken to the home of his daugh- :er, Mrs. Jos. Meurer, with whom L. A Ingersoll light re- reshment will be served after ic meeting. Mrs. Clarence Shilts entertain- d her sewing club last week Vednesday. The club meets ev- ry two weeks, and it has the ollowing members: Mesdames W. Sigsbee, Walter Klamp, Clarnce Shilts, Fred Frost, and Geo. tewart. Mrs. L. S. Skilling entertained tef Beverly Ann, and Lawrence Meyer, ail from here, and Mr, and Mrs. William C. Dau, Algona, daughter Evelyn and eon Billy, Mrs. Jos. Renter and her two children left for home at Detroit Sunday evening. Mr. Renler left last week Tuesday. They came for the holidays with Mrs. Renter's parents, Postmaster and Mrs. John S. Cullen, and had to stay longer than they had planned because a little daughter fell sick with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. William Moyer, son Alvln, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, daughter Gertrude, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn, daughters Arlene and Phyllis, of Depew, Mr. and'Mrs. Arthur Heldenwlth, and Ralph Sebors spent Sunday even- Ing at Herman Volgt'e. Alice Kaln, high school teacher here, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain, Algona. lola Barber, Clear Lake, spent Sunday at the parental Elmo Barber's. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kuecker, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz, of Lotts Creek," and the Potratz son Edward were last Thursday evening callers at Herman Voigt's. Leonard and Luella Elbort/Jos. Loebach, and Leonard Salz got home Friday, after two weeks with relatives at.Lenore, 111., Davenport, and Dubuque. F. J. Balgeman, former county supervisor, attended a County Mutual annual meeting at Algona last week Tuesday. He represents the company here. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding visited at the .Schultz home at Bancroft Sunday. Louis Kent, Wesley, spent the day at Edw. Young- le had lived for some years. Brass was an uncle of Mrs. Mr. Otto he E. T. W. club last week Wed- esday. Two tables of bridge rere in play, with Mrs. Roy Roeer winning high. Mrs. James Watts was low, and Mrs. Henry 3runs won travel. Mrs. Antone Anderson enter- ained the Chatter & Sew club Monday afternoon, ten attending. Due to other needle and thimble ;lubs in town, the name of this ;lub was recently changed from Veedle club. Mrs. A. L. Long entertained at a 6:30 dinner • Tuesday evening. Guests were the Messrs. and Mesdames H. D. and Eugene Hutchins, Donald Hutchins, and E. W. usby. The evening was spent nformally. The Presbyljerian Fellowship members held a meting at Jessie Smith's and Alva Ewold's apartment last week Wednesday evening. Eleven were present, and the evening was spent informally. The Easy-Ace bridge club met Keene and was well known here. Second Operation Performed— Norbert, son of Mrs. Anna Tletz, had an operation at the Kossuth hospital last Thursday evening for obstruction of the bowels. This was his second operatipn in four months. Following the second operation he was reported in critical condition, but a later report said he was somewhat improved. Club Has Hotel Dinner- Mrs. Harry Helmke entertained her Tuesday bridge club lost week Tuesday at one o'clock luncheon at the Iowa hotel, and the women then played bridge at the Helmke home. Mrs. Nell Farrell won high; Mrs. J. W. McCreery, travel. Child's Arm Is Broken— Phyllis, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn, had a fall Sunday and lit on one arm, one of the bones in which was broken above the wrist. She was taken to he McCreery hospital, where the arm was put in a cast. Pastor's Wfe Loses Brother— The Rev. and Mrs. W. H, Dlsch- er, wrth the sons Norman and Paul, returned Thursday from wlrth's here. Pete Schumacher attended a In the District JfOT ICfe Court of the sports festival at Waterloo last week Wednesday. He was a guest of the Mid-Continent Petroleum Corp. Richard Seymour, attending jun- Sunday with with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Seymour. Francis Primlslng and Eileen Steussy returned to their home at Dubuque Monday, after two weeks with the Simon Webers Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker, Algona, spent the week-end with Mrs. Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. State of Iowa, in and for Kossuth County. THE LEAVITT AND JOHNSON COMPANY, Plaintiff, vs. • MARIA 9BBBACH, MARI® SEEBACH, and aH of their Heirs, Spouses, Assigns, Grantees, Le-' gatees, Devises, and Beneficiaries, Defendants. To the Above Named or Described Defendants and Each of You: You are hereby notified that there Is now on file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court In and for said County, the petition 1 of the plaintiff, The Lcavitt and Johnson Company, In which It states that it is the owner in fee simple of, The Northwest Quarter (NW%) of Section Number Thirty-throe (33) and the Northwest Fractional Quarter (NW fr'l %); also the Northwest Quarter (NW%) of the Northeast Quarter (NE14) of Section Number Thirty-one (31), all in Township Number Ninety-five ' (35), Kossuth county, Iowa, North of Range Number Twenty-nine (29), West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, and praying that the title thereon be quieted in the plaintiff and that you be barred and forever estop- ped from having or claiming any right or title thereto adverse to the plaintiff. Now unless you appear thereto and defend on or before noon of the second day of the March 1938, Term of the said Court, which will commence on the 27th day of March, 1938, at the Court House in Algona, Kossuth county, Iowa, default will be entered against you ftnd a decree rentier,^ prayed. BL SALE Op BRADL] Knit Dresst cKriscliillei © IT © 113 We have in stock abo»| dozen Bradley dresses V have been featuro nuir in both Vogue and n a ! this Fall and early Spring These exclusive "— -^ kind dresses come black and high shades most popular styles of line and are shown here sizes'14 to 181/2- These charming dressen^H be sold, beginning at such ridiculously ' °^*'«*^ es, that we suggest that$ come in at once and your's. Priced from «,., $8.95 to $16,f Lu Verne B. B. Girls Still Unbeaten Tuesday with Mrs. James Mrs. Chris Wallukait won Allen high, Mrs. Roy Woolridge was second high, and Mrs. Henry Furst won travel. Mrs. Antone Anderson will entertain the Naomi Circle Friday, and assisting hostesses will be Mayme Duryea, Mrs, Conrad Herman, and Mrs. Alice Sabin. Mrs. D. H. Goeders entertained her conttract bridge eightsome Sunday evening at her home. A guest of the club was Mrs. Geo. Elbert. The Baptist Mission Circle meets today (Thursday) with Mrs. John Urch, Mrs. Henry Furst assisting. "Wall Lake, where they attended the funeral of Melvin Schmidt, brother of Mrs. Dlscher. Mrs. BaJgeinan Has Fall- Mrs. Frank Balgeman fell from a stool In her kitchen one day last week and suffered injury to one leg. Her daughter, Mrs. William Heller, is caring for her. Mike Fandels Grandparents— Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fandel, of Bart, are parents ot a son, born Saturday, named Paul Martin. Arthur 'is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fandel here. Accident Victim Taken Home— . Mrs. Henry Haag was discharged from the MeCreer.v hospital Friday. She was taken there fol- are Lu Verne, Jan. 18—The Lu- Verne girls' basketball team continued a winning streak Monday night by shutting out Vernon Consolidated, 42-0. The local girls are cpached by Supt. Evans, and they have so far won every game they have played. The boys, however, added two more losses to their count last week. Friday night they played at Renwlck, score 30-27, Renwick's favor. In the last half they kept Renwick from scoring, but only made seven scores themselves. The Lu Verne second team also lost, 1-1-10. * Jfaw Daughter for Stiltzcs. A 7-lb. daughter who has been named Margaret Ann was born to Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stiltz, Irvington, Tuesday evening. There are two boys and one other daughter in the family. Mrs. Stiltz is the former Myrtle Fitch, and the Stiltzes are employed at the J. M. Patterson dairy farm. lowing an auto accident a week ago Saturday. New Son for Bauinans— A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bauman Friday. There are now two boys and a girl in the family. Other Whittemore. Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer were Mrs. Anna Dau, daughters Alice, Vera, Luanna, and Wilma, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dau, son Duane, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach, daugh- Sinart Two-Piece SPRING SUITS Chrischilles Store We are Jiore to surve both the seller and buyer at our pa- Yiliou in Algona cvvery Saturday. Saturday, January 22 In our last Saturday sale we had a good sale all the way through Our sow sale averaged $31.00 and our place was paohed with buyers. Each Saturday we have buyers from all over attending our sale, >Ve expect a good run of stock of young cattle, milk cows, and hogs. Also a few head of horses. If you have anything bring it in, as we get the price. NOTICE— On February 5 WP expect to hold our first horse sale, as we have some calls for all kinds. Don't forget, If you have any horse* to sell, let us know so we can advertise them. We will drop our Tuesday sale until later, so don't forget, we will sell every Saturday, We have some furniture, also some shop tools and one electric saw. We also handle the complete line of Massey-Harris machinery. Don't forget to look this Tirin Power Eow Crop I'raetor over. Will handle 82- in. sep. and 8 14-In. plows. Open every day. Sale barn phono 77 or residence 8F°2 Start on stock at 1:80. TEEMS— Cash. No property removed until settled for. C. O. RIDDLE & Operators and Auctioneers. Announcement! The following take this opportunity of announcing that they wiU run for a SECOND TERM to the respective county offices as shown below. We have endeavored to do our utmost to properly and efficiently handle our offices. Your support of our candidacies will be sincerely appreciated. Casey Loss Kossuth County Sheriff E. S. Kinsey Kossuth County Auditor LA. Winkel Kossuth County Attorney >Ve hare just received a shipment of the smartest two-piece dress suits, made from all- wool Shetland In bright shades of tan, copen, rose and green — sizes from 12 to 18 — really cleyer creations which way foe worn right now —moderately priced at $8.95 Here they • are—those neat, chic, man-tailored suits which 'will again lead the fashion parade of 1988. You'll simply adore them—in oxford, black, navy, brown, and grey, sizes 12 to 18—the smartest garments you have ever seen. And you can wear them under your fur coat BIGHT NOW. A complete showing at this time. Chrischilles Store CUT RATE GROCERY FREE DELIVERY Phone 271-272 — Fresh Carrots, bunch 6c Home-Grown Ohio Spuds, pk. _ __19c Mesh Bag Onions, 10 Ibs. _ „ 25c Seedless Grapefruit, doz. 29c Fancy Jonathan Apples, doz, 25c Sunkist Oranges, extra large, doz. -39c Solid Yellow Bananas, 4 Ibs. 23c Fresh Pack Marshmallows, lb. _ - - l& Miracle Whip Salad Dressing, qt. ~35e Hard Water Soap, 3 bars H« Whole Wheat Flour, 5 Ibs. - -23 "Help" Water Softener, pkg. I___-22c 1m. Vanilla, 8-oz. bottle J5e Choc.Covered Cherries, lb ?!*?, Cracker *» Pkg. '- - -' 22c 10 lb, Golden Syrup, each Sauerkraut, 3 cans 25c Prunes, large size, 10 Ibs Honey, pure strained, 10 Ibi, Crackers, salted, 2 Ibs, ,.:__ gutter. Creamery roll, lb f _____-34« STRICTLY FANCY CQfcN FEP BEEF Fore Quarters, 80 lb. average ._. Beef Roast, fancy corn M.'Ib Pork Roast, lean picnic .tyje, lfe f Hlbs, lean meaty, lb, Bacon, J4b, cej Squares, fU |rar

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