Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 26, 1938 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 26, 1938
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PAGE SIX Want Ads AUTO LOANS — REFINANCING. Lower payments. — Western Credit Co. 8u30tf FOR SALE— TWO CHOICE, highly improved farms near Algona. — F. W. Dlnglcy. _ iiu34 WILL PAY 1% INTEREST ON $•100 to $600. Good security. — KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA MA » LU VERNE FOLKS BEGIN MAKING VACATION TREKS TITONKA PARAGRAPHS Mrs. Harry Beed entertained the I daughter Pcrne, who is a senior Study club last week Thursday ev- | student in music at Morningside ening. Mrs. Luther Miller gave a review of the book, Woman Lead- i college. 'Mrs. H. A. French drove to Algona last week Wednesday to at- Write care this office. 14p36 WANTED— ALL KINDS OF SIOW- ing. — Margaret 74 7- J. Gales, phone . v .. „ . ™*^™-™'™ttoi u t^t* m ^jr%s?>*™« Lu Verne, May 24—As soon as • meeting till fall, and it was also which she is a member, at Mrs the summer vacation begins, par- ja farewell for M ,. s . Emerv S'ewnrt " " ~ ' ents who have been kept nt home )n ,..,,„„„ •,„„„,. ±JI "« 1 . V a-e^ait, horniioo n t M,n,i,.o« i,A,,v,,w,i 1,0- m wnose honor a special lunch because of children in school begin to think of going away for visits and pupils follow suit. H. M. Potter's. •Mrs. Florence Renser, who was was served. There were .17 mem-! sick with the flu a" week "and bers present. [half, was Able to resume her duties FOR SALE—GOLDFISH AND aquatic plants for outdoor pools.— Algona Greenhouses. llu3G-37 Mr. and Mrs. Harley Larsen, of Sat the Jack Sprat store Monday '"'""' 0 J ' i lone Runsill, employed at the I Wilson cafe, was a guest Sunday ran Snturciav The Rev V R i ,V, The Larsons onlied on of her parents at Crystal Lake. Walters left MondavfoV,en'da"s "i^Honkn'hnf' Harl ° y iS * f ° ! " !f ™*, ^""T 1 ° maha ' vlsited mei ntonka boy. from last week Thursday till Sun- 9p36 j Shirley ter when BIRTHDAY IS REMEMBERED AT LONE ROCK Lone flock, May 25— A birthday party was held at the A. H. Hannas Sunday evening honoring Mrs. Hannn, nnd "500" was played. .Attending: Mr. nnd Mrs. Waller Krause, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Walter, George, William and Fred Jentz, Mr. visit with Mrs. Walter's people at FOR SALE Acorn stove Mrs. John ments. Mrs. Eniil Frank, Mr. Amos Finnestad, Mr. and and and Mrs. Mrs. LOCALS Charles Newel, Mr. and Mrs. Wc-b- er Yager, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Johnson, all of Fenton, and ,. ,-, „ , T , , Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacobs, Algona. ^ n' *'^"l £™J™?. Mnrjorle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Dewel, was reported down with the mumps yesterday. ' Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Winkel, the former's sister Frances, nnd William Dodds spent the week-end at the Okobojis. Mrs. Louis .Hint/ and the Edw. Hackbaris drove to We^tgnte Saturday to visit Ainold Ilintz over the week-end. Mrs. W. It. fine, Mason City, and her children spent Saturday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Taylor. Messrs, nnd Mesdnmes Dan Harris, Everett Harris, and Edw. \ Burt, were Sunday guests i W. L, Martins. i Ildly Jane, daughter of Mr. and i FOR SALE — town sedan, good condition, $325. i to Orange City to atto:iO f. —At Skelly Oil Station. \V c. (festival last week Thnr.-ul.i., Irelan. I5]i:j<5 j Mrs. Eason, with Marjory i.Mary, remained for ' ' who attend .former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C., 1 Waldorf college, Forest City, vis- and w ' ' J ' LOST—SPARE TIRE AND whoo!! relatives there and at _ between Algona and Sexton on ! Alton. Mrs. Win. Biiiings accom-, ( No. 18, Sunday evening. Reward, panied a group which Fred Tlede ' —Earl Angle, Wesley. 17p3(J j piloted Saturday for a stop over • R ' ! Sunday at Davenport, then on to TO PA.S-; Detroit to visit Mr. Tiede's son ._ -.. near Lakota. , j Ited over the week-end with the Mr. and Mrs. P. Beenken, daugh-1 former's parents, Mr. and Mrs " --"' " ^. C. Ball, and,Luke Miller. were at Mason ! _ The Doan ball team played the ?" 1 ^ """ Sunday — IJ German Valley team Mrs. Newel and Mrs. Franks re- coived high prizes. Church Subjects Announced ,H ,, 1 wlth the mumps Saturday. She is, n seventh grade pupil. | Mrs. J. 1). .Little's mother. Mrs. j J. M. Olesen, Humboldt, and the • former's sister, Mrs. F. D. Foster,] WANTED — CATTLE F^'v' r' C "'h sl ! ud V ind water.-; Waiter and daughters Elda and Vc- Fiank Kisenbarth, Burt. o miles; ,-a. -Mrs. Biging.s was to visit her . _ - »»..—,, v^.it.4-11 t-JUIlViU,J 1111 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Adamson | the Titonka diamond. German V;d- spent Sunday with Mrs. Brown, i'ey winning, 4-2. The Titonka Humboldt. Mrs. Brown is an aunt i town team played Wesley at Wes- of Mr. Adamson. ley. score also 4-2. north of Algona. FOR SALE—TINY UPRIGHT Piano, used only short time in Ai- gona. Continue payments.—Wur- dell Piano Co., Sioux City, lowj. ' K)p3G [brother, George Stoddard. ! Fsland. and her daughter Vpra, who is Mrs. .Martin Sweet, at Flint. Mich. ' mc ' FILMS DEVELOPED AND printed —Any fiizp film, 3.0c for 8 regu-i lar pictures and one enlargement I FREE.—Lusby's. 17(2)3ltf :lllci Mrfi - dul) Mods All Summer— T I IO Sherman Good Will club hlKt wcuk Thursday with Mrs. Mrs. J. J. W Paul Elumer in "I' entertainment. Unlike woman's clubs this one continues the summer. USED MACHINERY — THERE IS ready demand for used farm ma-i to meet during chinory. Tell Advance farm read-' ers what you have for sale. 3<ltfj' u - vs "" Irvington Viirin— I WISH TO AXNOUXCE MY ' A '' UU "' didacy for supervisor in Howard French and Mark Bacon The Luke Millers attended corn- Hi rove to Lake Winnie last week | mencement exercises Friday even| I hursday, and were to fish there! ins at Plover. A niece, Marllvn I till luesday. Telko Seitsema, C'lar-i Miller, was a member of the se'n- i once Tuttle, and Jbbe \Vintoi si'or class. came home Saturday from/a week | 'Mr. and Mrs. Dick Fastenau Sr I stay at the same lake, and they re- j the Dick Fastenaus Jr., the Will- ported the weather there chilly. Jiam Mnrlenes, nnd the Henry Fas- Mr. Lewis Larsen, Mason City,,' tenons, all of St. James, Minn., Mr. lore SKI-i a»d Mrs. E. Schmidt, and Mr. and and to i Mrs M. Schmidt were entertained clrircei T I''" 51 " 3 , 8 ' I at dlnner Sunda >' at the 0. J. De- uwi.tei Jean p r e nc h, student at Steph- Wall home, most pn - - 11 ~ • --•- '-- "Playing the Fool" will be the subject at the Presbyterian church of Coin ' spent Tuesday here. Sunday. Sunday school at 11, sub- Jfrs> W. J. Hiirvcy and daugh- loot. "Maintaining Personal Effi- ter, Mrs. E. L. Ray, both of Wal- I .-u Linn Krause has purchased can-ja fjuarter section of the Weber es- the tate. near Irvinjrton, and will Mrs. R. L. Krantz and her child. there, due ren were at Mason City Mondav to a light illness. She will come i 'Mrs. Luke Miller and her son j home next week for the summer •• Lawrence ! vacation. ciency," Daniel 1:8-20, .1 Cor. 9:24- nut Grove, Minn., spent the week- 27. There will be no young peo- cnd with the C. A. Samsons, pie's meeting next Sunday even- Dod Ke, spent Sunday with the ing. Meetings for the summer will L 'oyd Phillips family. Mrs. Strait be announced from the nulpit. Dorothy Hobson Recovering- ^ The D. T. Hobsons, Burt, were ed at Lost Island Saturday. Mr. bundny afternoon callers at Harry Brandt is a Decker salesman. Hobsons. The latter's daughter Josephine, daughter of Mr. and uorotny, who was seriously with Mrs. Jos. Aimer, Des Moiiics, came with scarlet fever and complica- yesterday to visit the T H Chris- tions, is much improved but must chilles family and other friends remain in bed for another month. I -Mary Sehiltx, Mason City spent . and Mrs. Phillips are sisters. -Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brandt and Dr. nnd Mrs. H. L. McCorkle fish- Visiting nt Liveriiiore— Merwin Marlows the week-end with her sister, Mrs. Eldon Stoffe). Miss Sehiltx is a day with Mrs. Marlow's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collins, at Sorenscn spent the week- ! ,- f ' a " d ' ' Wer ° J(imeS afternoon vis- Sunday. The took Miss Brooks, high school teacher, to her home at •Saturday, returning I WISH TO ANNOUNCE MY C., ,- . r didacy for supervisor in the ' kh | "' f '"' ll ln " 1lbo ' district on the democratic ticket.! Schools Knd ^Vitli Picnics H. Newel, Fenton. i T)lo inp33-36' T. Dunmires her ' took New —Charles pupils of the Albert Schi- her parents. visiting | Dunmire's parents. Caroll Reaser, Wayne mained for a week. Attend IJiirt; Mission Festival— e- sen. Olson, i .w of Mr. Soren- l-i'Iiind Coonnn. of DOS Moines, spent Saturday with his sister, — • ,, - ....... ...~^. M Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Schroedor of , s< ' J ' Streit He is » Branch ' mton, accompanied the Henrv Sa mana ser lor a Chicago con- j Miller pull and Gus Rcddel schools were to have had closinc- picnics at the Editor and Mrs. Harold Clark, Hurlene Craven/Maurice Keil and ^^'.T^*™^..^ ^ei John Wood ™' e "' Spirit Lake A BARGAIN—GAMBLE STORE in West Bend, la. This is a good park Fl 'iday, but store in a good town and commun- i u ' eatllel ' they met in the tow lire at .store, SI-100. 21p3G SEASON OVER — LET'S inspect and clean your furnace. We'll come promptly' Green Colonial Furnaces, Des 'Moines, la. Lester - Ljetalel ?"u ents> Editor nnd Mrs. i fishing, Sunday. They had home Sun_ , , —.^.-.i..^. v_c,iiiua ^aiiit: liuiuc OUH- or oaa. day from a week's business stay .'H lla'J. nt T,inr.nln MoV, at Lincoln, Neb. 18-3G Again— J. S. Stauffacher, who had been in the veterans' hospital, at Des Moines, for several weeks, suffering from a fractured leg, was able poor Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Onken wore the , r ., ,, „ Jacob Giglers, the Simon Ricks Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Krantz spent family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henktn Sunday at Sioux Citv with "--••-'---•> "~- " - -- nB -'- 1 - tn . their and Mrs. Heyo Boeck'.eman. ANNOUNCEMENT — NEW MOD- wnnger 20-36 to come home Monday. W. Swanson's. design. See new Teacher to Be Bride Sunday PAINT SPECIAL! PITTSBURGH Wallhide for interiors. Dries in or years. t our Swea City, May 24—Mrs. bertson was hostess at a --lower Friday evening foi i>ice,neta Garde, second grade in the local schools who i I'ied next Keith Lu Verne Pupils Win High Ranking Again in Academic Tests Lu Verne, May 24—That the usual high scholastic standing of the Lu Verne schools has been upheld was proved Former County Boy Asks Support of a G. O. P. Candidate Old Kossuth friends of the Rev. G. F. Barslou, Maquoketa, will be interested in a political advertisement over his in today's Ad- I WISH TO ANNOUNCE MY C\N-'! tbe other >' ou ng women on the didacy for the republican nom-' , i ty> Mrs - A - H - Schuler, wife Ination for supervisor of the Sec- i ° f superintendent, Mrs. P. A. on district in the June primaries. •—Claude A. Samson. the last year results from every-pupil I vance - He is not seeking office 1 j academic tests given in early Mayl hlmself ' DU t j s endeavoring to gain 3 were received a week ago.' The | support foi- one Chas. F. Martin bride's mother, Peterson, the two . . . school ranked first in Class C, withl who seeks th e republican nomina- more than 80 schools competing, I tion for state schools superintend- and last! and ranked fourth in all classes m the state. For the second suc- c f ssive year the general science ., named of Armstrong. Miss Gaarde BANKERS LIFE FARM LOANS— j llad taught here since graduation Low rate, long time funds fromi from the two-year normal course an IOWA COMPANY. See me for ' prompt closing, no commission. — Edward Capesius, Heise bldg., Al- at Waldorf college. Her Dplan Gambell, is in the ..„,„„. the Forest City Natural Gas Co. derby" to be held at Iowa City ., . gona. 25-33tf; Tne couple will be married at the _ i bride's home at Armstrone Sun- HEALTHY CHICKS - EVERY, day in the presence of the immedi- element needed for quick- vigor-)ate families, and two Sw»a City ous growth, is contained in Sar- teachers, Doris Neystrand and John Raths, will be attendants. [The newlyweds will be at home at gent Starting Mash. Try trial ba —Anderson Grain and Coal Co. 23(2)36 !Forest City after June l". MEN WANTED—GOOD NEARBY Rawleigh route now open. If willing to conduct Home Service business while earning $30 weakly, write immediately. Rawleigh's IAE-10-45, Freeport, 111. Brother of Doctor Tribon Has Stroke Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Thibon re. , turned last week Thursday from a ROUTING THE BLACK MAM-j ^i"/ thVaCation f at fCleal ' ^^ moth Jack-Duke No. 2059 (for- Ip 6 '" they spent a few days at merly owned by C L. Blank of H^ W :.,S' D S, we ' c °ttage. Dr. and Kanawlm). A proven breeder, sires ] d e ,f CP ,V-P!'P w'-'th'k' ° f In , dep , en >,«„,.,. >,„„„ „,„!„„ ,...-.u ,.!._i:... ue'ice, were with them, and after the !c ,i;cneu word that Dr. Albert Tri- b °n. who is Dr. F. L. Tribon's bro• • ~ ther, AUTOMOBILE OWNERS ATTEN- he tion—Safe driver rewards. Our! next day after he go: home. Dr policy holders always save from j Albert Tribon, who is a veterin- 20% to 30%—coast to coast claim , ...nan, i.s 72 years old. He was not •service non-resmct>d — standard ; paralyzed by the st.-oke. coveragfes. Buy .standard protection I —-4 at lowest cost.—Algona Insurance Agency, C. R. T, a Barre. 35u"33 MAX WA.VTKD TO SUPPLY f,US- tomers with famous Wutkins Products in Algona. Business Em'burg Reviving Commerce Chamber reorganizing its ...... .. ....... ..„„„„. _„:„„-.,., established, earnings average $05 ! ( niirabel " f>f Commerce, which has been allowed to become moribund. Directors and officers have been elected, and among the former are weekly, pay starts immediately. — Write J. K. Watkins Company, D!)8, Winona, Minnesota. 2-1 p3G June 6-7, and they are to write in eight subjects: Richard Brink English correctness, 10, algebra and latin; Doris Eggleston, English correctness 10, algebra, and biology; Arlo Dehnert, general science and English correctness. William Chapman, who was second in the state in the 'derby 1 last year, is attending the State college this year. Irvingtonian Half Buried in Cave - In Irvington, Mar 24—Paul Watson was victim of a dangerous accident one day last week, when a gravel bank caved in and buried him almost waist, deep in heavy wet sand. George Schumacher sind Ira Hudson dug him out. One of Paul's legs was slightly injured. ent. Mr. Martin is at present superintendent in Jackson county, the next river county below Dubuque. Mr. Barslou, who is a Methodist minister, -was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. P M Bar- slo.u, who pioneered in Portland township and later lived in many years at Bancroft, where the elder Barslou practiced law. The late Mrs. J. B. Johnston, Algona, was one of Geo. F.'s sisters, and Geo. F., who grew knows many county. up in Kossuth, oldtimers in the New Owner for the Smoke Shop Bldg. It is reported that W. E. Hawcott, of Hawcott & Ogg, who operate the Wonder store, has bought the Smoke Shop building from E. J. Hough, administrator of the J. P. Nicoulin estate. It is understood that the purchase was made as an investment and that the building will continue to be used by the Smoke Shop. Good Hope Woman's Sight Expected to be Restored Good Hope, May 24—Word from Mrs. R. F. Hawcott reports the operation on her eyes performed last week Thursday. She had been afflicted with cataract for several years, with increasing loss of sight. Her surgeon encourages her to expect restoration. She will be FOR SALE —1!l38 FORD DE LUXE Fordor sedan. Color black with Dr. F. X. Cretzmey.er, brother of i at the Watson hotel, Rochester, for Dr. ('. II. Cretzmeyer. and Banker 1 ,._ >etzmeyer, and Banker Edge, brother of the Rev. white sidewall tires, Philco radio,; Dr. J. H. Edge. Edw. Kelly, broth- Stewart \Varnor £as heater, 1100 miles. Liberal discount run er of Mrs. W. W. Sullivan here, for j and law partner of G. D. Shum- quick sale. — Inquire Stewart Su- '•. way is another. An attempt is per Service, 302 K. State. Tel. T.tt.\ being made to raise a $4,000 bud- 3Cp3(J|K e t-. and a paid full time secretary REDUCED PRICES in baby chicks Leghorns $5.50, heavies $6.50, assorted cockerels, $l.!JO. Started chicks on hand in brooder $1 per week additional. Free paring knife with 300 chicks or more. Hamiltoi Hatchery, Bancroft and Titonka 35u34tf is to be employed. •*- WANTED—MAN OVER 25 AS district manager and salesman for large fastest growing auto insur ance company. New low rates on full coverage policy. Exclusive ter Tltory. Full or part time. Pre vioua experience unnecessary.— —'Reply Mr. Wliitehead, 419 5th Des Moines. 38p3C-37 THE NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL Life Insurance company has few well improved, well locate< farms lor sale in Kossuth an< Hancock counties. If you are interested in the purchase of a gooc farm it will pay you to get in touch with J. G. Hanson, loan ageut, 72G I. O. F. Blddg., Mason City, Iowa. 51(2)36-38 LAND BAJIGAINS—240 acres, very good, $90 ac.; lliO acres improved, very nice, $65 ac.; 120 acres, exceptionally good, $125 ac.; 30 acres, the best, $130 ac.; 45 acres, this is one of the nicest little farm homes in Iowa, will give irninedi- •ete possession.—George D. Freeman, Cylinder, la. 49p36 Nick's Straw Hat is No Luck Piece T Swea City, May 24 — Manager Nick Gengler's straw hat, deposited with Jeff Hanifan here last week as a good-luck piece, must have been the wrong kind of hat. At any rate, Nick's Lotts Creek baseball club went home Sunday with the little end of a 9-4 score. A large crowd saw the game at the diamond a mile east of here on No. 9, and admission exceeded $40. Swea City plays Burt, there, nest Sunday. Bible Classes Started. Fenton, May 25—Members of the Fairville Lutheran Bible classes began summer school Monday The Rev. H. D. Stahmer has charge, assisted by Sidonia Bier- stodt. The school is in session for six weeks. FOR SALE OR TRADE—14 steel threshers all sizes, complete. Number 4 Minneapolis sheller-rub- ber mounted. Sixty-horse Huber on rubber. CC Case, almost new, two 32x50 Aultman Taylor separators, wood. 26x36 Woods separator. Want notes, 6% interest.— Pedelty Implement Co., Mason City, phone 1142. 51p36 several weeks. Hear Sleeping Sickness Talk- Mr, and Mrs. W. I. Dodds, son William, and Frances Winkel went to Humboldt Friday evening to hear an address on sleeping sickness in horses. It is reported interesting, but a more detailed presentation most farmers had already got via farm and veterinarians. publications M uhleimin to be Preacher— District preach at Supt. Muhleman the Whittemore will and Good Hope Methodist churches next Sunday. He is exceedingly churches and is assured of large audiences. Children's Day Date Change— The annual Children's day service which had been announced for June 5 at Good Hope and Whitte- rnore Methodist churches will instead be held June 12. Other Good Hope. Charlene Rath entertained the 4-H club at the Good Hope community room Saturday. All members were present except one. Sandwiches, wafers, pickles, and sponge cake, with cream filling, were served. The usual business and social intervals were observed. Fred Plumb and his son Oliver went fishing Saturday, and brought home the limit in bullheads. Where their fishing hole was located was not learned. The Edw. Hackbarths visited the Arnold Hintzes at Westgate Saturday afternoon and Sunday. Hugh McMahon cared for the chores dur- popular among the people of these ling their absence. Opening Day Friday, May 27th GIVING CARNATION FAVORS •We will be Your past patronage is appreciated, pleased to serve you in the future. Irene's Beauty Shoppe OVER BARRY'S PHONE 185 accompanied the Henry , after- attend the mission festi- Schroeders to Burt Sunday af ter- , Ce U ,' ,. r ..,, noon to attend the mission f 00 n ' JI .<-' rl »» WOc was a Mason City business caller yesterday. He works for the Klassie Motor Co '' Fishermen lire Active- of which his father is local man'-' Driver Sleeps and Car is Overturned Many from here are taking ad- ager vantage of the fishing season and ' Mr - all(1 S[ rs. D. J. Bredall spent are going to various lakes fishing Saturday at Fort Dodge on a bus- mess mission. Mr. Bredall works for the International Harvester Co. here. Emma Spongers, first grade . teacher at AVest Union, will "come •Corwith, May 25—Teary Long, home Friday for the summer with son of the Emory Longs, north of L ler Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfcin Lo_rwith, escaped injury early Fri- s Pongberg. day morning when his car over- ! 3Ir s- Donald Stiles left yesterday turned near the Frank Izzard to visi t Mr. Stiles, who is traveling farm.Terrywas returning home, i f ? r a f ™it company out of Amar- and fell asleep, awakening just |" 0 - T ex- Mrs. Stiles is the former m time to see the car heading for Ruth Brown. the ditch. In trying to get it back! Mrs - Elznda Errlnpton be-nn in the road the car overturned, I work Monday as added waitressTat nnn jimc r1n*v. nn .-j fV,« n«rc /-.. ~. ...n^jo <i L the Coffee Shop. She is a sister of Eva Shackelford, who works at Pierce's Cafe with llis Mrs. C. E. and was damaged. Other lone Bock. Clarence Swenson, Humboldt w U J:' and Mrs ' Howard . _. 0 t was a Friday dinner guest at Fred' A, . City> weve Su "day guests w """"""'" *"•- Wegener spent S, r former ' s aunt, Mrs. A. A. - with Mrs. Bern-1 ^p 1 ' 1 !"?- ^ Vulgamott operates ard Jensen, Good Hope, her daugh- a £. hllh P s 66" station. toi- !„„„!*„ .,,„_ ., -.. ° sir. and Mrs. G. AV. Stillman with their daughters Ann and Marcia, will spend the week-end with Mrs. Stillman's mother, Mrs. Minnie Holland, at Maxwell. Evelyn Smith, who attends the Teachers college, Cedar Falls, will spend the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Clyde Smith. She will go back for summer school. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly, who had been living at Hobart,' have moved to Algona and are now living on north Harlan. Mr. Kelly operates the Hobart 'elevator. Mr. and Mrs. Tom E. Dailey, with their daughter Maxine, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wadleigh, near Lu Verne. Mr Dailey is the Botsford carpenter. Mrs. V. K. Bising returned Saturday from Conde, S. D., where she had been a guest since a week ago Tuesday of Mrs. H. M. Vinson. Wegener's. T-. . , „ ' " v-o~«*l-* OIJCUL Friday afternoon with Mrs. Bernard Jensen, Good Hope, her daughter Juanita spending the afternoon at Henry Kueck's. Charles Householder is spending grandparents, ,, ,, _ ---.—. Householder. Donald Bierstedt spent last week with his grandparents, the C E Sigsbees, Burt. HOSPITAL GENERAL. May 19—Mrs. Tony Hildman, of Wesley, boy. •May 22—Mrs. Walter Frambach Whittemore, boy; Donna Jean Schoby, Algona, medical. May 23—Mrs. Harry Barton, Algona, medical. May 24—Simon Hirner, Wesley, tonsillectomy. Business Unemployment is the biggest business m the United States just now, and the bie- gest economic problem. Like other economic problems it will adjust itself. It is a passing phase of a great rich country's readjustment to changing conditions. As a country and as a people we have made lots of changes in forty years. Everything is different. We must adjust our business to the new conditions. The merchant of today is going out of business or going out after business, one or the other. We are going after business this year harder than we ever did before. I am tending to the buying and, with six good clerks we are going after business with a store full of the best values in shoes and clothing ever offered in Algona. Quality goods and low prices is what we depend on to keep customers coming. Men's and boys' cowboy pants, all sizes at 49c Men's work shoes, barn .yard tan cord, leather or composition soles $1.59 Men's full-sized chambra work shirts good ones at ^sg c Men's wash 1 pants, well tailored' extra quality at _ 98c Men's regular 15c sox, now, a pair _ _7 C Mea's and boys' shirts and shorts at~I~15 c Polo shirts, all colors, all kinds at ~19 C Original Chippewa work shoes, leather soles, at $1 gg Ladies' white slippers, leather soles' at 29c Ladies' bedroom slippers at, a pair 25c and 89c Men's dress shirts, the $1.00 'kind, special now at ijgc Anklets, all kinds, go at one low price of, a pair 8c The store is full of bargains, and we are making prices to suit our customers. Jimmie Neville GIFT SALE CLOSING OUT OUR GIFT DEl'AR | ,> n >-, EVERYTHING must go, including n, .. Lingerie. NOTHING RESERVED. " ar|) izon | Must have more time and space for tim and most talked of beauty service ever know',," 6 *' WATCH FOR OUR ANNJCF 25% to-50% reductions on entire slook Sale starts Friday, nine a. m., continues u, uil sold out. Marigold Shoppes MEMORIAL DAY Flowers and Plants An ample supply 'of bedding plants to choose from. Geraniums are at their best now. A fine selection of petunias, agera- tuni, lantanas, salvia, foliages, pansies, etc. Seasonable cut flowers, such as roses, carnations, peonies, snap dragons, etc., only in limited supply due to cold dark weather. We advise placing your cut flower orders now to avoid the last minute rush. _Make your plant reservations now while stocks are complete. Open All Day Sunday, May 29th, for Your Convenience. Algona Greenhouses PHOjVE 805 ^^SPECIAL SUMMER GAilI ^"^ STAND ARD Oil DEALER

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