Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1938 · Page 8
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 9, 1938
Page 8
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PAGE EtGHt —— ..... — Do you want to Buy the Best Looking Coat Cor the Least Money? ANNEX THAT $4.88 Other great buy at this popular bargain center for this week-end, are 25 size 14 cotton frocks which ual y sell at 9Sc. Until all are sold, they - will be placed on a rack at only _. 2 for $1.50 ^X^r^^-rrsiff^rs ssr-^ xs sj^Sf-s BAPTISTS WILL HOLD MEETING HEBE^2 DAYS Convention Saturda and Sunday for 11 Counties. Hy .T. A. Freeh. The Northern Iowa Baptist Boclaliou. composed , , Hancock. , and Calhoun, will hold th°n lcer » of the as s°ciatlon are- tie Rev R. P. Brownlewe, of SWm C ty. moderator; the Rev A J directors member of the , her second annual dance revue be- ce that completely filled the high .. «M**ituilUm JJTlOflV tllO-hf nnA r.U » . *"*•• in £,*» could be proud of. nl 6 lu . and she put on a show any city revues, SS in S tha 1 t shp'^ 68 ratther remarkab 'e effects in her dance of a professional performnnpo pros . e ° tation , take °n the aspects spontaneity as unusual £ I *' w S ° d °' ng gives them a seem completely extemnSr«n P n,f h ' llg ' Her little actors always the illusion that thcTventu £17*° , mu ? h , 8 °- that one carries full length stage show J St a 8hort sketch rathor than a brlnjs h on & moreTduTnlfn.'," th ', S frame of milld ' MIss Stock a more professional man n « th' 1h° g ? , through thelr paces in tion "class." manner, thereby giving the entire produc- and .« was short and they were all source of constant* surprise really lovely in styling - - long> though eaoh act f , Th £ C ^ StUmes were both the best taste nn after round of applause JiH.Clapsaddle number so cleverly executed as to Though ment on of othe r course, is impossible In these Ing acts stuck in my memory Perhaps, but not scenes w « » &y nlght brought round specif j° all y *° the Jack and be /°«a Shell filling station and nd a delight - h f SC6nes ? nd actors - of ^v ^ Paragraphs ' the follow ° thers were as wel1 — --- v ,7 ^ IA v^vtii. HOC* and We've Cut Prices to the Bone Chrischilles Store « clearan(!e , , Time ,,»„ „„(.„ , vc st ,, gec , " lree S!,„„ ,„ „„„. T]loso fl ," ,' also be here. Officers of the Missionary Unirm are: president, Mrs. Walter G Smith, swea City; vice UTS Mrf F ° by R e ' E ^;vil,e; V secretary; -vus. F. R. Haldeman, Aleona- treasurer, Mrs. R ev J E Irnn' er, Webster City. run " Officers of Societies. The White Cross director U Mrs Minnie Peters, Renw ic k- the missionary education and literary secretary, Mrs. Shelby Davis Po Dodge; the World-Wide Guild sec retary, Portia Johnson, ' Br °therhood has for Urch - ' T" " '""« •""" '» could have been cut a lit- overestimated Stock is so clever n stag]ng> so Ml S ' through a one of he revus wi, Can S ' t eaders Is SCarcely a t o e revus wi, that, my dear readers, Is higheTpmis LOTTSCHEEKERS TO HAVE A BIG PICNIC SUNDAY Lotts Creek, June 8—The Immanuel Lutheran school here will have a big picnic Sunday. The pros- gram follows: America, the Beautiful, chorus; Just Short Of, Phyllis Qengler; Mothers, Gertrude Leininger; Mother's Hands,/Vmos Meyer; Fla vored Kisses, Alice Luedtke. Forest Matins, chorus; Tribute to Father, Eugene Radig; A son's Confession, Edgar Meyer; Gone to Town, Kathleen Rusch. Laughing Song, cliorus; Twins, Gerald Kuecker; Noise, Paul Meyer; Pans to Lick, Dolores Potratz; Too Much Truth, Verdell BoeTtcher; Grown Up, Christine Kading. Swanee River, chorus; Neighbor Critics, Wilma Laabs; Neighbors, Ruth Pijahn; Something Nice, Ronald Meyer; Worry-Town, Mar- vm Leininger, Peresphone, chorus; Tax Ari- pea!, Kermit Kiieckef j EJgga. Doloris Buss. -Farewell to the Alps, chorus- My Plan, Willis Kuecker; No Use Trying, Victor 'Meyer; English Spelling, Eunice Kratise. ; Sophomorlc Philosophy, chorus- Guess Again, Lotna Faulatich;Herl itage, Lavonne.Bannlck; News Mil der Letter, Wllbert RUhnke, All Through the Night, chorus. The musical part of the program VYllI also be broadcast from WOI Ames, next Wednesday, 11:36 a. m till noon. am " rhl6tl '•Urt^TjI another daugj,,., at Stosl at ed from u, 0 , Vho »J this year: „ ' OCal hl*l ft " 5 Youth from Sexton Hamilton Graduate "''" for nr Bernard Z. Miller, son of Mr and Mrs. W. Z. Miller, of Sexton was graduated from a general business course at the Hamilton School of Commerce, Mason Citv last week Tuesday. He was graduated from the local high school in '36 and has taken civil service examinations, but his plans are not yet definite. Bernard's father s depot agent at Sexton. The Mll- ers have three other children: Special • llls < Bive ' J ' r Just Received the New 1935 Palm Beach Suits ^ Styles for—— | Business and Sportswear! . Martinson, Welcome and Besponse , Goldfleld, and %,- r Riggs, Estherville charge of a devotional service Sunday morning, and Doctor Anderson will then speak on' The Church and Youth. The Rev. M C Carstensen, one of the state evangelists, will give an address- also Lu Verne Girl Will Be Wed at Chicago B««>ed stripes on dark and mld-tone Ordinal Meeting Here. sizes from 12 to 18) ' at &S ] ° W as $19 ' 75 as sr elation, which then Lu Ve^ne, June 8-, M r. and Mrs. L. Lichty, with the daughters Ruth and De Rae> are ^«eM«» Ppnrt T sometlme th^ week to attend the marriage of the daughter Phyllis to C. Ferguson Plaids in crer/ tone from creara , fl wood brown to honor eVenin &- SlSter as mald IS th The ^v^sSSI^ 5 * y ^: as a word about the Pattern Business Chrischilles Store tM '""", reception comm'lttRe M™ f ^ ™? eeting conslsts °f Jvirs. j. B. Wheelock, -»•-' Mrs. F. P TT -'' Sermon Saturday J- ]B ], llie annual sermon will John Jordan, Algona, will have after the moral,,,, s.rv. Chu'rch." """ SIS L ° V6 for thc The local church trustees have &S«?«>Ssr=r : Farmer Injured; Crushed by Cars a^dlvf- 7 T Lawr ence Goetz Kettle Upset, Girl at Wesley Scalded Wesley, jiTne ( 8— Marv T m, youngest daughter' of Mfand Mrs J- L. Haverly, suffered first-deEr burns on the back Monday cook off could do? said he ho w to increase you r YOU DO IT. 1 ' terns go ham Hr ih« x Other. fldn «l-m-hand inakers, of visi what te " YOU about to ] earn HOW and of our bus- ness because— Butterick pattrn nmd -goods and pat- one useless without the o-Doc-torRichardson" 6 WaS taken Pour Deliveries Cut Rate PHONES 271 . 272 ve Friday and Chase & Sanborn COFFEE Dated, Ib. 24c Im. PRESERVES 2 1th jar 19£ 4 Ib. jar 39$ ROYAL Quick Setting Gelatine Dessert " 5c Dried Fruit PRUNES, Ig. __ 2 i bs . PEACHES ____2 Ibs. Seeded BAISINS pkg. CUBBANTS 7-oz. pk. |We Have Entry Blanks for County Fair Baking Awards ^ •---- — SEAL OF MiN i • FLOUR BR. SUGAR Medium Brown 4 Ibs. 23f SALT Reg. IQc size. 2 for '^^^^^^ Thank You they save me ypur servant in the past Again, I wish to thank you. Super - as ; W. S. Cosgrove Superior T1 , lrd mstrM> SossMh CoMtjr _ the Advance Wants Ritz Crackers Pkg. 21c SWANS DOWN Pkg. 24c Red Heart DOG FOOD 2 Lbs. 25c COLD DRINKS FBUTSIPS 6 Pkgs. 25^ 6 flavori 8-oz. bottle, ea. 94 $1.69 Starsota Flour 49-lb.bag ___$1.15 ~POW7SU(GAR~ 3 Ibs. 23c v h ,K e ?i ed Coc <>anut V 2 Ib. 12y i lb> 23^ Palmolive - Camay 4 bars 25c CLOROX Pi ^- 13fi Quart, Thompson Seedless RAISINS ?J^_^__ 4 Ibs. 25f CROWN Salad Dressing 32-oz. jar 23^ Breakfast Food GBAPENUT FLAKES 2 pkgs. 19f^ WHEAT POPS 2 pk S . 1S * * P«g. Assortment ___29^ Quart,Jlc RICE 3 Ibs. 13£ Oxydol, Med. size Pkg. 19c GOLDEN SYRUP U Ib. can 9c Pure GRAPE JAM Ib. jar 19c SO for 450 Med, size, 2 dpz. 350 Large size, doz. ___ ~290 Tall 20^oz. cans 3for25c Sliced Bacon a /2-lb- Cello Cream Cheese No. 1, ib -17<i Creamery Butter No. 1 Pork Loin Roast Rib End, Ib. __| 9 0 Bacon Squares Sugar Cured, Ib. ____160 Sharkskin stripes' | n oxford, gray, a nd brown effects. The miracle-weaving looms of P a l m Beach nave come through again! With practically the entire male «ex swinging over to Palm Beach. We i n - vite von *«•» •^" u 'o compare these suave, cleanly patterns with ' finest custom wor- Fine shadow stripes on softly blended dark grounds. . ;J j »teds you have ever seen. Choose your Palm Beach wardrobe today . . .and *tep out this Summer m the coolest, smart- e *t washable outfit you've ever owned. 17.75 Palm Beach Slacks ., . . 5. 50

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