Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1938 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 21, 1938
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PAGE EIGHT MANUEL BOALS FAMILY BACK FOU VISIT Irvington, July 19—A reunion of JKQS8UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA* IOWA . —n An .° lllcr H! Training School— the Manuel Boals family, now of „ , second county demonstraUoi Clinton, Binn., and their former! SC J}? 01 Wfts held Saturday at the neighbors in South Cresco and the P ^, lc llbrar J r . this one lor 4-H surrounding territory wn<? held at| g s n the south ualf - Six demon- the fair grounds Sunday afternoon ! strn , tlon teams have basil picked and attending were the W II' so , nr: Cresc °> Patricia Matern Brandows, the Donald Sparks'fam- ?, elda Long> wlth Mrs - Ralph Hy. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hayne . 2, ro , wn ns lender : Dm 't. Mary Ann Mrs. Mabel Potter, Mrs Lloyd „ S) M ™lnn Jensen, with Myrtle Wellendorf, their children, Mr and ™ lna a s loader; Union, Frances Mrs. Charles Potter, Mr. and Mrs korensen, Trella Gardner, with Elmer Potter, Mr. and Mrs W H • Orville Gardner as leader; Martin, Mrs. Stella Sabin, Mr 'ana'J? uton ' Mary Aun 3olln - Dorothy Mrs. J. M. Cox, Mrs. M. J. Jones . , Dre . ver . with Lorena Dreyer as the Mrs. F. A. Witham, daughter Mvr- '? , r; shevma «> Regln.i Luben- tle. Mrs. L. E. Potter, and the'H. """ " .T. SabiD.8. [thai, Ann Oenrich, with Luolla Blumer as leader; Whlttemore, The Boals family and Mr. Boals'1 H ?l? n Kollasch . Eileen Rochlenu, brother Francis, who farmed with'™ 1 Mrs> Carl Ebert as leader, him, left the South Cresco neigh- i ans were dlscuss ed for the dem- Vm**Vm«.3 ™ . i. .»n. i OM.sM'n f inn.Q \irVi ir»Vi .-!*»« n>t . rA .. i^ borhood more than 26"years" a»o ' ° nstl ' atlons > which are given in and moved to a farm they bought V- ugust at tne annual Achievement near Clinton. They report pro's- pecte for crops there good this day. year, but tell of many total failures in other years. F died a few years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Boals and a grandson came last week and have been Dinner for Oklahoma Guests- Mrs. Carl Peter, Cresco township, entertained at Sunday dinner in honor of the Rev. and Mrs. E. F. Peter, Breckenridge, Okla., attending are to take covered dishes, cutlery, etc. Sandwiches, ice cream, and coffee will be furnished. Persons Who desire transportation may call 298. Hostesses will be Mrs. R. W. Roeder, Mrs. E. A. Guderian, and Mrs. Bertha Smith. Hnptlst S. S. Has Picnic— Some 60 people attended an annual Presbyterian Sunday school picnic Tuesday at the Ambrose A Call state park. The Rev. C. W Pfoifter, Glendora Burbank, and Richard Lund had charge of sports in the afternoon, and a pot-luck picnic supper was served at 5; 30. Tarty for California Guest— Mrs. Roy Cook entertained at a mrty Monday evening in honor of ler niece, Mrs. Lloyd Keith, Glen- daile, Calif. Bridge was played at wo tables, Mrs. James Allen win- ring high, Mrs. Keith, travel, and SEXTON The Charles Straitens, of Britt were Sunday dinner guests of the Herman Wises. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Curran, Lu Verne, with their little daughter Carol Lee, were at A. L. Greenfield's. The W. J. Greens spent afternoon and evening with Mr. Green's mother, Mrs. Grace Green, .near Lu Verne. of Mr. and Mrs. has an infected near been Harold Van Allen^ consola- ^i***.*, n*ui, , T CUIX 411U llttVC UHfill J .. _„ u-l «•> visiting various friends Thev for- i there were 53 suests altogeth- i__ i • _ _ i . ' _ * v "PI" f net P lit-1 a T<t ft 11 A i o i . „ j merly lived on the Wellendorf ; the Chris ' Johu - Alfred, " and farm, also for a time on the farm i ? Te °^ e Scl ™idts, with the Edwin where the Peter Ericksons no v.i, M °eHers and 'he Waldermar Behn- Ericksons live. They visited here seven years ago, and a similar reunion wa s held in their honor then. Storks Families Recalled— Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch drove to Britt Sunday to visit Mrs. Fitch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E Clark, and see Mr. and Mrs. Claude ; Starks, Owatonna, were among guests at the Clark kes, all of Fairmont; the Oscar Olsons and the Walter Peters, of Webster City; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zumach, Lotts Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Peter, Burt; Elmer and Bernard Bell, Whlttemore; Vivian and Margaret Morgan and Esther Wetzel, Algona. The Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner were Sunday Minn.," "who !su PP er guests. The Rev. E. F. Pet- home. Mr. Starks is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Starks, and John was reared on a farm south of Irvington, the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Starks. Mrs. John er is a son of Mrs. Carl Peter. Guests from India Entertained— Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Drooler entertained Saturday evening i. honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. DeVa children. This family the U. S., living in a trail er and visiting relatives and to return in where Mr -~.«. U1 iI4l oLaiivo. MIS. j onn i • T»- jr -r - - - -• —.« f a /M Wa r S C ° ra ' daughter of Mr.l^^u^^lJ^ 1 ^^^/ 0 "?- Deana Mrs. Jos. Rauey, also south of Irvington farmers. After Mr. and Mrs. John Starks were married they moved to Round Lake, Minn and for several years were neigh- f^TT', tu , illulil ' wnere Mr borg of Mr. and Mrs. V J Seiiichtl • * s as beeu an a S''lcultura who were also farming there Both ''" struct °r at ^Podi for the lasi Mr. and Mrs. Starks" fled' some ' ^.^"^^ that the fami 'y years ago at Owatonna, after hav- H l •,!: and were next ing lived there many years. Claude ^™&^?L**-°™*£ But- reported that the Owatonna vlcln- H £» " eValois sp( ity had had rain every dav in July . , 5 n congregations cr. f n _ TT ... .. . . • . * falo Center nnri TUnnlro r BO far. gun, but week. every day in July be- was to start early this spoke at Center and"Titonk a rThe t^av- , et Monda y' after the weekend iiere. Little Boy is Seven; Party- Mrs. Florence Peterson News of Marshall Watson- Paul Hudson was delivering ta ; n "J *"" neon signs at surrounding towns ,„ I ™, a , late last week. He visited **» week _ Thursday the Marshall Watsons at Hurlan, and rfound them well. Marshall is an enthusiastic correspondent for sev- son Ronald in James, party honor of who was enter- last her sev- papers, including the Des Moines Register, and Paul reports :that Marshall has passed his en-! thusiasm for the newspaper business on to his 5-year-old son Winston, who has a toy typewriter and prints sheets of neighborhood news for his small pals. en. Seven little guests were Jack Spongberg, Mary and Margaret Gadd, Jerry Bob Anderson, Patty Vaux (Swea City), and brother, John Phillips children were after which a cake and other refreshments day were served at the Peterson home. Picnic Honors Tiro Visitors — Mrs. Woodrow Johnson, Irving- Blind Lawyer Visits Here— t . -, -- • William Hahle Sumner and I entertalned at a picnic at her Paul Granner, Charles City,' werei'?* - y ho . m6 Tuesda > r evening Sunday guests of the Jack Hahles! Horabuckle D«,n UntS> «» M £ S- Lee and Henry Hahles. William, blind "-- ™".... ' V m . per ' ? L D., lawyer, was taken to Charles City "oy his secretary, Elizabeth Gran- namor, and from there to Irvington by her brother-in-law. They also drove to Burt, where they visited the Warner Hahles, who ter, Mrs. Eva Deim, "AlgonaT Mrs. the former Catherine a daughter of Mrs. Eva tfrs. tion. Sorority Plcnlcks at C. t The Beta Sigma Phi sorority girls had a picnic at Clear Lake last evening (Wednesday). The girls meet only once a month in the summer, twice a month the rest of the year. Buena Raney is president. CO Tarty i s Cancelled— A Country club dinner party scheduled for this week Tuesday evening has been called off, due to the lack of enough reservations. OTHER SOCIETY. The Baptist Missionary society will meet this afternoon at the church, the topic to be Religions- of India; the leader, Mrs. French Haldeman. Mrs. R. A. Evans and Mrs. J. A. Freeh will he assisting hostesses. Mrs. J. B. Winkel entertained her sewing club Friday. Mrs. Geo. Harris and Mrs. Frank Capesius, the latter mother of Mrs. Winkel, were guests. There are eight members In the club, which meets every two weeks. Mrs. Bert Cronan entertained Donald, son Fred Nearing, land. A. L. Greenfield spent Monday at the M. 0. Richards farm, Lone Rock, where he has minting buildings. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Bemis, daughter Deloris, and Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum spent Sunday afternoon at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. John Flora, with he daughter Mildred, spent the veek-end at Des Moines. They took home Mrs. Flora's sister, Mrs. Jcn- Barnes, who had been here two weeks with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, with their sons Wlibur and Evert spent Sunday at Webb and attended church there. They were guests of the daughter, Mrs. Erert Hodgin, and other guests were the Loy Stevens, Mapleton, Minn., and t'h Leo Stevens, Fenton. Mr, and Mrs. John Wyland, wit Edna Fitch, all of Garner, wer Sunday guests of Mrs. Wyland' mother, Mrs. Rosa Fitch, and Esth er Fitch went'to Garner wft& to Wylands for a week's visit. The Rev. Mr. Paulson, Wesley filled the pulpit here Sunday morn ing in the place of the Rev. Arthm Bottom, pastor, who was unable tc come, because Wesley was cele brating its 85th anniversary with, a town picnic. Mrs. Rosa Fitch, daughter Lois and P. W. Hansen spent Friday a John Koestler's, near Burt. The Faris Johnsons, of Gllmore City, were dinner guests Sunday at W. C. Taylor's. Oats Light at Good Hope; Women Help in the Fields club of eight mem- afternoon at bridge the Laf-a-Iot bers Tuesday _ _. o _ Mrs. James Watts won higli,"" Mrs. George Mahoney, travel, and Mrs. Tom Dailey was low. The Carnation club of the De- ;ree of Honor met lost week Monday with Mrs. R. W. KoedVjr, and 1 >ridge was played at three tables, Urs. Chester Willey winning high. Mrs. Roeder was second. The W. R. C. club wflT have. a covered dish luncheon ne'.rt week Wednesday at 2 o'clock at Mrs. William Dehnert's. Women at- ending are to take dishes, cutlery, etc. The Naomi Circle will meet Frl- lay at Mrs. Myron Ludwig's, ami ,ssisting hostesses will be Mesdames Henry Lund, August Berau, and Linnea Hiserodt. Mrs. S. D. Wilson entertained: he E. 0. W. sewing club last week Wednesday, and all eight members ttended. were spending Hersht farm. the day at the Home from Eastern Tour— Gerald Frankl got home Thurs- Shower for Valeria Pickett— Margaret Brown and Mrs. Henry Pederson, the latter of Humboldt, entertain at a miscellaneous 15. He accompanied Father Davern, the latter's sister Mary Bernadine, and a Davern nephew, Dick Travers,-on an extended trip :n the East Relatives of Father Davern, Sister Bernadine, and Dick were visited at Boston. Group to the Black Hills- Mr, and Mrs. Frank Weber and Mrs. Albert Toben, of Rensselaer, Ind., arrived at Carl Seip's Sunday evening, and Monday noon, accompanied by Mrs. Seip, left for the Black Hills, also the Yellowstone park if time permits. They planned to be back here Saturday. Mrs. ChUton Not Sick- Mrs. Kate Chilton, recently reported seriously ill, writes that the report was false and that she has been feeling fine since she went to Henderson, Minn., to live with her daughter, Mrs. Victor Hammer. Shirley Roney to Entertain— Shirley Roney will entertain a group of girls at the swimming pool this week Thursday, and later they will have ice cream and cake at the Roney farm. New Ihinghter for Gronbachs-- Mr. and Mrs. William Gronbach are parents of a daughter, born Sunday morning at the home here. Mrs. Ray Sankey is doing the housework. Betty Blythe Appendix Out- Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blythe, Dubuque, former Irvington residents, had an operation, for appendicitis Saturday morning. Lotts Creek Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alt are parents of a girl, born last week Thursday. Helping Mrs. Arthur Zumach celebrate a birthday last weolc Wednesday evening were the Otto Ruhnkes, the Nick Genglers, the M. T. Meyer family, Alfred Wittkopf, the Arnold Meines, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Reisner, daughter Kathryn, Edgar Sohmlel, Martin Schmidt, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach, all of Lotts Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer, Fenton; Bernard and Elmer Bell, \Vliittemore; Esther Wetzel, Mrs. Albert Peters, Algona, and the latter's children; and the Rev. and Mrs. Edwin Peter, Breckenridge, Okla. The band played several numbers, and at midnight lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dreyer, Austin, Minn., and the daughter Mildred were Sunday visitors at Robert Dreyer'a Mr. and Mr3. Arthur Crulfcshank, the Jack Dltsworths, and the Jenkinsous, Algona, were afteraops visitors at the Artbur Jackman'fi. , honoring Valeria Pickett, who is to be married August 2 to an Algona young business man, Bob Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Williams. Twenty-six young women will atend the shower. R. N. A. Picnic Is Announced— The Royal Neighbors will have a picnic next Tuesday at the Am- A. Call state park. Husband of Former Algonian is Laid Up Fenton, July 19—The Alfred •Teyers family visited at the Andrew Hanson home at Titonka last week Tuesday. Mr. Hanson had suffered a broken bone in an ankle the Saturday before, when he stepped into a fox hole in a hay Held. The leg was s o badly swollen that his doctor wasn't able to put it in a cast. Mrs. Hanson is the former Agatha Caughlin, and she taught here before marriage. Her mother lives at Algona. -*• Martin Rahm, Mrs. John Roskopf, and Mrs. J. O. Downs drove to Templeton to attend the funeral of Alfred • Domeyer last week Wednesday. They also called on relatives and friends at Halbur Breda, and Mt. Carmel. J. P. Marso, Waukee, Wis., with his daughter Arlene, and son Jerry, was a recent visitor in this vicinity at Hardy. His mother at Hardy i s not yet well, though somewhat improved. The visitors went home Monday. Mr. Marso is a son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Studer, with whom Sunday was- spent. Josephine Erdmann, Algona, is spending a Good Hope, Jtily 19— Harvesting is in full swing, with many fields cut. Some threshing has already bean done, but with disappointing results. Many fields are badly infested with rust, resulting In down oats, ahd are chaffy. Some complain of a green rust, or dust, in addition to the common red and bl'ack rust, and It causes much burning of the skin ndded to other uncomfortable harvesting conditions. But the harvest season this year hns confirmed the well- known all-round competency of the farm woman. Several in thu fields have run tractors to draw grain binders, among them Mesdames Henry Engstrom, D. C. Gardner, and William Rath, and Florence Dodds and Dorothy Reid. Mmldens Dopnrt for Homo- Mr. and Mrs. John Madden, Seattle, Wash., who had been in this •egion for the last several weeks, for the Madden reunion and to visit relatives, left Saturday for home, via Los Angeles and other points on the west coast, visiting other relatives as they go. Mr. and Mrs. Madden are in advanced 1 years, 79 and 74, but still young in spirit, and they thoroughly enjoyed their trip here. Youth Breaks Collar Bono— Le Roy Addy, young man working for A. J. Dittmor, suffered a ' SWEA-EAGLE Mrs. Noble Park, Des Mol es, and her daughter Francis are itlng Mrs. Park's parents, Mr. ind Mrs. James Kuchynka. June Larson came home ast week Monday, after three weeks with friends at Cedar Hapt'lti md with Mrs. Iiig'niro Haup.en. of Hampton. She will teach thn sipcth grade at Clarksvllle thl.i fall. Mrs. Henrietta McElwee, Filr- mont, is visiting her son Chpres, Francis Greiner visited ast week at a cousin's at Alden. Mrs. Nets'Olson, Forest C ty, was a week-end visitor at her on Leslie Hanson's. Mr. and Mrs. H. Mlckelson, ifel- lie Jones, Harold Spittte, and Vlr. and Mrs. J. Treat, of Ayrsh re, were recent Sunday guest.s at Floyd Treat's. the Messrs, and Mesdaraes Trenary, Albert Bunkofske, _ _ f „„,.„ Long, G. 0. McFarland, his shoulders against a p'ortion"of I Jandl - F - A. R'in-gsdbrf, and " " ' ' McWhorter. The girls reporter painful acciden't at the Good Hope S. S. picnic while he was skating at a roller rink. He fell, striking the frame of the building, and fracturing his collar-bone. A doctor advised him that he will he unable to do any heavy work for six -weeks, a distressing verdict with .so ranch work to do. Sixty to S. S. Picnic— Owing to the rush of harvest work there were but an approximate 60 present at the Good Hope Sunday school picnic at Interlaken ast week Tuesday. The usual good time and good eats were had, which alone made the trip worth while: It is hoped that another picric may be held after threshing or the benefit of those unable to go last week. 2Vb> Services JText Sunday— ^ There will be no services at the }ood Hope church next Sunday, ecause of the' opening session of lie 1 Methodist Bible Conference at :ie Methodist campgrounds at the Okobojis, which Good Hope folks re urged to attend. The services vill last through the day, begin- ing with Sunday school at 9:30 . m., and' the sermon by Bishop . Bromley Oxnam at 10:30. ive More' Slumps Cases— PORTLAND Portland Peppy Pals who spent a four-day outing at Okobojis returned Sunday, parents who spent the day t ands brought the girls back UNION 'The "daughters meeting" of the Mothers & Daughters club has been changed from Thursday, July 28, to Wednesday, July 27, cmd I will be held on the Louis Dode . town. Robert Uyno came Wednesday lor a few days with his cousin, 'Robert Bode, while his parents attend a rural mail carrier's conyon- tioii at Spencer. Eldon Stoffel, who is having a grand time. Joan McWhoifter spent last week with her grakd- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert McCorkle, east of Algona, while tier mother, with Mrs. F. A. Ringsdorf and Mrs. Tony Jandl, was withlhe girls. Mr. and Mrs. -Lloyd Bartle t's small daughter Mary Ann suffe-ed an injured finger on the left hi.nd Sunday, when it was caught ii car door. 'Mrs. Clarence Moore had a s ond operation recently a t the ( eral hospital, Algonay and for he time being is not allowed by her doctor ^to use her right arm; this ' where stitc es nnrt i ho sons ]•-'• Sioux wcok s Aair« a lakes. "" " 3 ""igj t 7| of the to hasten healing were taken. Mrs. J. H. Zanke is enjoying .he conveniences of a new electric refrigerator. The Victor Applegates S p>nt Sunday at Corwith with C. E Pet' irfi,«i rm, ~ ""' wno > wnth ^LTI™ 3 ™' cal «e here w th h Cases of Scarlet Fever, Irvington, July 19—The Frank Asas are quarantined for scarlet fever. So far Eugene, Howard, and Phyllis have had the disease. Frank, employed at the Irvington elevator, is quarantined out and sleeps on the porch at Elmer Dole's. •• »J *• *• ww»fc. ii *i,ix AJCI OlBL"! • Mrs. Lloyd Erickson. Barbara Joyce Eisenbarth, Algona, is spending the week with Marcia " Ann Downs. Marie Recker was caring for ;• Grandma Immerfall last week dur- L ing the absence of Helen Domeyer, who was attending a brother's funeral at Templeton. Helen was expected back Monday. 'Mrs. Fred Erickson visited at Dows Sunday, one of her sisters i accompanying her here for some time. A ball game Sunday was a good game. The score resulted in fervor of Buffalo Center. The two nines battled in a tie, 2-2, for several innings. In the last inning the locals lost out. Fred Erickson and Sylvester Dorr drove to Perry a few days ago to see an electric welding dcm- onstrft'tion Lourena Hushka is sick. She had of late been working at T Grandgenett's. The Martin Bleichs, of Titonka, visited Sunday at the parental Henry Seller's. t.. U ui,.iuiitii iJcaLeriim cases 01 mumps have appeared in the community the past ten days, some severe in character. Evelyn, Florence, and William Dodds, and "Bobbie En-gstrom are the latest victims. __ Frank Spear UnTrnproTed— Frank S'pear, who was at the university hospital for treatment, is again at the home of his daughter; Mrs-. Roy Sarchet. His health is not improved, the trip having been of no apparent benefit. Otbwr Good Hope. Mr. and Mrs. George Gross, Iowa State college, Ames-, spent last week with the V. J. Grosses. They ire spencrfng' several weeks vacation with the Gross parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gross, end with other local relatives. The writer accompanied Noble Mitchell OH business calls at Ledyard, Buffalo Center, and vicinities last week Monday. Mr. Mitchell is the local representative of the Anderson Diesel school, Los Angeles. ' * • MM «> T7Kr. 171 ^ (he Applegates for Otl ' er S> supper and the guekts Schtek, ™°J?-. r ., and a son left home Monday, after two w George White, of and a son lef for a daughter, Mrs. Ringsdrf es. Btlit ^^^^ ^^^^^^mmi^^^^^^^^^mmm Cut Rate Grocery Specials Fri. and Sat. Phones 271-272 Sunkist lc— ORANGES 50 ORANGES 45c Kraft Miracle Whip, qt. jar 37c Kerr Wide Mouth Pint Jars, doz. __63c Special Sale ARGO Com or Gloss Starch, 2 lOc pkgs. KREMEL PUDDING, 3 5c pkgs. Extra Special P. AND G. SOAP, 10 bars OXYDOL 37* Med. 2O* Giant HERE'S YOUR CHOICE Corn Peas No. 2 can lomatoes Kraut f| <• mi Carrots Spinach / POfIC I »"i/* Pumpkin Hominy & 1/0115 IfJlr Seal of Minnesota FLOUR 491b.bag__$1.59 BROWN 4 Ibs. SUGAR ____ 23c Summer Brink FRUT SIPS 3 pkgs. IQc POWD. 3 Ibs. SUGAR _ _ _ _ 23c SPECIALS — QUALITY MEATS BUTTER, country roll, 2 Ibs. __ 55c SLICED BACON, sugar cured, Ib, _J28c FRESH FISH, ocean perch, Ib. J9c CHEESE, brick or Amer,, 2 Ib. box 45c • • -T M* Free Airplane Rides in the giant, all metal, 12 passenger, $02,000.00 TRIMOTOR AIRPLANE This beautiful skyllner is brought to Algona through the efforts of the SINCLAIR DEALERS, BARKER DRUG STORE, MISBACH CLOTHING CO., JACK SPRAT GROCERY, STATE'S CAPE, and BARRY'S RECREATION. Day and Night Flights Tuesday, July 26 Call on the fthoye. dealers att tl recede ticket good for Airplane Ride FRED SCHOBY FARM SOLE All Cotton Wash Fi Reduced For Quick Clearance CHRiSCHILLES STOR|| Including all Doris Dodson Juniors This is one of the most Important announcements olthej mer season— the price reductions on OUR ENTIRE STOCll COTTOPT \V ASKABLE DRESSES IN LATHES' MBSES JUNIORS, as well as sheers ta the children's range frtalJ and 3 to 6 and T to U. 6>nimi« Nothing is reserved-buy yourself two or three cool s ™ cotton and washable silk dresses at this new reduced p'ricel, Remember, everything is included-everything goes$1.98 values for only $2.98 values for only $3.98 values for only Doris Dodson Junior Dresses at These Reduced Prices $2.98 values for only CO ! $3.98 values for only $5.98 values for only $6.75 values for only $5, This Is Tne Last Final Clean-Up of Cotta| Dresses^-Buy Now for the Best of The Summer Season $0 < Everything must go—nothing reserve at the ANNEX Biggest Sale in town at Algona's smallest store Every Silk Dress Must be Sol Regardless of Cost Bea - AMte™ 1 "* this season's ^ *«NEX Silk Dresses—all sizes and $z.88 gr^de silk dresses from Mai 'ly priced at $8.95 and;] all sizes from 12 to 50, $4.88 All 8p square print cottons $1.*S NOW Don' 5O store. $11, FIRE than

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