Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1938 · Page 12
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SURPRISE FOR FENTON WOMAN GIVEN SONDAY Fenton, Nov. 30—Mrs. Everett Dreyer was 'honored at a surprise birthday party on Sunday evening, and "500" was played at six tables. High prize went to -Mrs. Dreyer, and low to George Jentz. Attending were the following couples: F. F. Muellers, Charles Newels, Weber Yagers, Amos Finnestads, Geo. Jentzes, Fred Jentzes, Walter Krauses, Paul Elglers, Art Kraus- es, Art Muellers, Clarence Thees- flelds, A. H. Hannas, of Lone Hock, the Fred Jacobs, Algona, and Mrs. John Kohlwes, Lotts Creek. Lunch brought by the guests was served. William Pompcs Honored— A party honoring the William Pompes, of Hampton, was given at Herman Hintz's Saturday evening, and "500" was played at five tables with high honors going to William Meyer and Mrs. Will Elmers, and low to Arthur Meyer and Mrs. Fred 1Y1I- ilau 1V1IS - «uasen vvaiKer ana Meyer. Attending were the hon-! Elleu Steussjr were S ues ts at Hugh ored couple and their daughter, of RslnRV>K ' n ' - nnri 1UV ° r n """"Hampton, Mrs. Mary Mittag, Mrs. ••M COUNTY Afrt> " '"'""" 1 ..... - - • AJXWNA. IOWA morning. John Light suffered a gallstone attack Saturday afternoon. He was given medical attention and at this writing is now able to .sit up. Dr. and Mrs. L. E. Frank and two daughters, Marjorie and June, Charles City, visited from Wednesday to Monday at E. J. Frank's. 'The Lester Johnson family, of near Bancroft, spent Sunday at Truman Johnson's. In the evening they called at E. K. Johnson's. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Saxton and Fred Knack were entertained Sunday evening at an oyster supper at Maurice Wallace's. Mr. and Mrs. John Micklick, of Thor, visited from Wednesday \evening to Friday at the parental Ben Mitchell's. Mrs. C. F. 0. Laage visited Saturday with her daughter, Mrs. Hans Wilberg Jr., in Ringsf.ed. Ruby Hantelman, Des Moines, spent .the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Kate Hantelman, uuuuu RICH POINT toij-i-nv n i ——~^^^^^^^^L. "i iH^^^^^^HIIK * f • ** r —----.iMt^^a^^^^^^^^^^M i ^** "OflEHE OS Thanksgiving was the occasion for family dinners in this vicinity. R ussell Walker and Mr- and . , . Lena Pompe, the August Meyer, Fred Boettcher, Fred Meyer, Maurice Wallace, Will Elmers, Emil Eimers, and William Meyer fam- by the. Pornpes Hies. Lunch brought guests was served. The Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Winkel, Mrs. Clar.a Walker, her children, and Edward Capesius, all of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Hurley, Mason City, were entertained at the Frank Capesius home; Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman spent the day with the F. S. Geigels; J. De* eueous was served, rue 1 ornpes J " 1L " "•"» *• °- VIUIBBIS; j. were entertained Jn various homes vincs were at R. H. Skilling's. last week. They left for their home near Hampton Sunday. Surprise Party l s Given- Mr, and Mrs. Ben Mitchell were pleasantly surprised Sunday afternoon when relatives and friends called to help celebrate their 4Sth wedding anniversary. Attending were the Ole Pedersons, Morris Mitchells, Albert Mitchells, Milford Mitchells, Edward Mitchells, Dale Longs, Emil Bleckwemis, Martin Olsens, Rudolph Chrtetsn- sens, of Haifa, Ben Meling, and Joe Helgevold. M« Mrs. The Elmer ellys, Algona, spent Thanksgiving at Harvey Johnson's. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sill were at Chicago, guests of their daughter, Mrs. John Guyton. Mr. and Mrs. George Gross visited at the Lloyd Gross home last week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Gross now live at Ames, and Mr. Gross does research work at the State college. Donald Frank!, student at Trinity college, Sioux City, spent last week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. B. Frankl. Ruth Black, Mallard teacher, Evelyn Black, of the State Teachers college, George Anne Gelgel, Gush- SUGAR We have just" 200 bags of pure Cane Sugar. Under the present new set-up this would cost the retail merchant $5.32, which would means that it would sell for about $5.49. While it lasts, ^w ^ ^^^^ 100 ib. bag ~ 94*99 ---o~, v-.^v*jbc .mine tjrejgei, UUS'tt- Jentz was honored ing teacher, Leona Smith, Dakota a nn™ °Tf,f oltemoon. Bridge Avas going to Mrs. Alvin Zumach, second high to Mrs. Arthur Jentz, and low to Mrs. Fred Jacobs, Algona. Hostesses were Mesdames George Jentz, G. B. Johnson, F. W. Jentz, . . , . Olaf Norland, and Elmer Frink, the latter of Emmetstmrg. Accident Victim Goes Home— Jerald Weiner, who suffered painful injuries early in November while unloading corn at the Roy Chnschillas farm near here, was! taken to his home at Lone Rock I last week. A cast was placed on ' the right ankle November 17, the injured part being too badly swollen to put a cast on. Dinner is Given Sunday- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tietz enter- < Hunrt >°ldt> teacher Edmun Capeslus, Fort Dodge and Rob- erta Skilli »S- Ash?on 'teacher an came h(jme for Tnanksgiv . nge ' M ^' Russell Walker spent Saturday with Roberta. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Devine and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Skilling attended the DevineHMcNally, wed- 1 ding at St. Cecelia's church, Algona, last week Wednesday morning. . - tained at a 6 o'clock dinner Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. G B Stevens and son Carlton, Mr.' and Mrs. Ray Priebe, the John Gra- LOTTS CREEK | Brooms Good Quality Each OATMEAL PAWNEE 14-oz. 4 C Pkgs ------------ IOC HIGHLAND 14c Breakfast Food Assorted 25c DRIED CURRANTS 11-oz. Pkgs. Pkg. 12* Per doz. 1.3O Case of 48 $5 The Edwin Gades and August Gade, West Bend, were Sunday dinner guests at Hugo Faulstich's, and afternoon callers there were the Herman Gades and the Emil Bierstedts, Fenton. The young people's society will meet this week Friday evening m and '• SCh °° 1 * basem ent, serving committee are sn rwn and Mr and Mrs. Archie Voigt and son James ^p T,T--_. ^__ , fel - UIIU S0n James, ss^ss^sSa-r^ss: Ruhnke, of West Bend. Olsons Hosts to Relatives— A family gathering was held at Sam OlsonSs and Sigurd Olson's , y G Berkeland families, and Mr. 'and ™ f e men ,t committee, Elmer , Leonard Pompe, Ruth Meine. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zumach, Wnittemore, were Sunday afternoon callers at Nick Gengler's „ n. tlV4 *->*au*u \JISUU. S rrii A i -•--«. ^^^i^jci o, Sunday. Relatives attending were ,, , Arthur Rusches were Sun- the Curtis Olson, Albert Cody B , y , dinner guests at Nick Geng- G Berke ' and tli - tlie H - R - Zumachs, erean families, and Mr. and vu; tn ie - R - Zumachs, Mrs. Norman Thompson and La | "emore, were afternoon caii- Vonne nf r>irii«/i — iCrs. Vonne, of Cylinder. Attend Family Gathering— Milton Weisbrod and Mrs. Elmer weisbrod drove to Klemme Sunday to attend a family gathering at treorge Schoenwetter's. Mrs Milton AVeisbrod, who had visited there since Thanksgiving day returned 'nome with them. Pneumonia Patient Recovering— Robert HaiHeJman, son of Mrs Dan Hantelman, who has been a pneumonia patient in a hospital at Algona, was brought home last week and is able to be up most of the time. Esther Ohm, Omaha, attended the Gerald Zumach funeral Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Radig and the Ervin Kressins, Barney, N D arrived Sunday to visit local relatives and old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kraft, Lone Rock, were Sunday evening guests at Herman Reisner'e. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz entertained Saturday evening in honor of Mrs. Lev! Pompe and Mr and Mrs. William Pompe, Hampton. Other Fenton. Sunday dinner guests at L. J Weisbrod's were Mr. and Mrs'. Alfred Meyers and children, Mr' and Mrs. Kern Elerick, Alta Vista) and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Vaux of Ida Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mansager's Sunday dinner guests were Mrs. Mary Mansager, and the John Cody and Arthur Berkeland families, Cylinder. Leonard and Wilmar Swenson and Arlo Knutson, Hawley, Minn., who have been here picking corn, left for their homes Saturday Lone Rock I Mrs. Tony Lohse, Swea City was a Sunday dinner guest of Mrs. Dora Laafos. The Clarence Endersons, Armstrong, spent Friday at Mrs. Hattie Sprank's. 'Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hanna spent the week-end with relatives at Fairmont. Gareldine Leming, Holstieu, spent Saturday and Sunday at Fred Genrich's. Leona Schulz and Doris Sanders spent Friday at Mason City. Portland Progress Club To Have Annual Banquet Portland Twp., Nov. 29 — The kitchen committee for the Portland Progress Woman's club annual banquet met with Mrs. William Ringsdorf Friday afternoon and planned the menu. The banquet is to take place next week Wednesday evening at the Burt Methodist church. The kitchen group included Mesdames C. E. Sigsbee, Tony Jaudl, Ivan Long, Garnie Hood, G. O. McFaralnd, and Donald Ringsdorf. fanner's Uirthduy Observed- Sunday guests at Martin Becker's were Misses Ruth and Mildred Dunllairyf, Fort Dodfee; Harold Mohen, Hurnboldt; Mr. and Mrs. John Simon, Ottosen; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hain, Algona. The oc- ARKANSAS Cut Green Beans NO. 2 SIZE CAN— Per can 8* 1/2 doz. 46* Per doz. '. 83* FRUIT JARS Buy them now and save one-half KERR REGULAR PINTS— Per case 51* Kerr Wide Mouth Pints— Per case 63* KERR REGULAR QUARTS Per case 61* COFFEE Mello-Sip Only 2,000 Ibs. of this high quality vacuum packed Coffee. While It lasts at these low prices. 1 lb. can 19c Per doz., lb. 18£c Per case 24 Ibs. lb. 18c NAVY BEANS 5 Lbs. 19c K. C BAKING'POWDER LOc size 7c I5c size _ll c 25c size _\7c ROBB ROSS Whole Wheat Cereal 24-oz. OC^ Pkgs 25C Dried Peaches 5 Ibs. 49c 25-lb. box $2.19 Medium Rye Flour 5 lb. ^ • Bag 17C SWANS DOWN Bake-A-Cake Deal 1 Pkg. Cake Elour 1 Pkg. Bak. Cholocate 1 can Calumet Bak. Pwd. 1 Pkg Cocoanut 1 Cake Pan This deal orlginaly sold for 31c While they last LOUDEN'S PORK AND BEANS NO. 803 TALL CANS— Per can g* % doz. 43^ Per doz. S3* 19c Bierstedt son visited the Sigsbees till Sunday. Last week Thursday dinner nri S n in «i ud ed the Tom Trenarys and the Floyd Duncans at Henry K '* the Harvey Thompsons, Burt, at S. M. Peterson's; Alfred oodtredson, at Elza Woltz's .Mrs. Samuel Winchell took her sister, Doris Bess, to Fort Dodge . casion was Mr. Becker's birthday anniversary. Floyd Slolt to California- Mr, and Mrs. Wyott Stott accompanied their son Floyd to Sioux City Saturday, and there he joined A. H. Stock, Algona, for a trip to California by auto. Floyc , ge - W ? e , k , Wedllesd ay, and thence is left for Jefferson to visit relatives for some time. * ' 1 Mrs ' Alfred W^P n ' were at Osage early last week guests at the son Lyle'e, his wife a Uon _ Mr - and M rs. George Godden of Emmets'burg, spent last week planned to visit relatives there. Other Portland News. Last week Thursday 'dinner guests at C. E. Sigsbee's were Dr and Mrs. Dittmer, eon Thornton the Roy Bjerstedts, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grauzow, Mrs. Kate OJ^flger,"'•; : $Ln^*<J&ugJitea t Josephine, all ^ of Algoua'. The 49th J-,^ ur f dav a t George Lanning's as Thanksgiving guests. Mrs. Alfred Godfredson entertained the Helping Hand club at one o'clock luncheon last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wiuchell entertained Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorensen, Burt, Sunday evening a oyster stew. Mr. and Mrs. S, M. Peterson were Sunday dinner guests at H A. Thompson's Burt. The Alfred Godfredeons were Sunday dinner guests at Clifford Ringsdorf's. The Victor Applegates speirt Saturttey -at-V aunt.""' ' "'" ' '•' ^ighthouse Cleanser 3 cans lOc Case of 50 $1.45 MUSTARD 8 oz. jars 5c 1 lb. jars 7c 1 qt. jars 9 C PURE VANILLA EXTBACT Oz. BOTTLES— Bach 1/2 doz. Per doz. II STANDARD SIZE 4 PEAS NO. 2 CANS— Per can % doz. —:::;;;39* Per doz. LAUNDRY SOAP Giant Bars White or Yellow .__ : . 19c 1 Bar Protex FREE CLEAN QUICK c SOAP Soa P QUICK f SOAP CHIPS / 2 doz. CHIPS Chips HIOHQUAUTV Each 14c PURE CURRANT JELLY Per glass 94 !/o dOZ. Per doz, 89 Champion LYE Regluar size 1 can 5c Vz doz. 29 Case of 48 _$2.3O Case of 16 ____$!.99 NOLA SOAP FLAKES Top Quality A real buy. Cheaper than bar soap. Per pkg 17c £ doz. 97c Per doz. ______$1,99 Case of 24 $3,95 £.°.. N Jr E N T R A T E D SUPER S U D S In th, BLUE BOX ... for walking clothe, Pkg. 19c i«Ere;~Mr7;i Tr Never Before Probably Never Again Such Values. The entire stock of the Wholesale Groc of among many lines the High Quality F« chandise needs no introduction to anyon 1 the Best for your money. Altogether ft to be sold at less than Wholesale Repl a( LOCATION—In old Elbert Garage in AL TIME-Sale starts FRIDAY, DECEMBER I bought this stock cheap and will sell it cheap. «***" ^**^ ® ®4 8-Oz. BIG UHIUE5 on th« choicest fruits that orchards y|,M SfOKElV'S FIDES! FRUITS APRICOTS BUEFET— Per can _____________ % doz ---------------- IIIIII"" Per doz. ------------------ _ ______ 08c TALL HALVES— Per can ________________________ 1/2 doz. ----------------- "IIII 85* Per doz. -------------- __________ — HALVES Per can — _ 1/2 doz. ------------------------Per doz. ________________ $1.65 TALL JUMBO WHOLE— ~~~ Per can ------------- _____.____12* % doz. ------------------- ___ _ 68 Per doz. ---------------------- __$1.35 PEACHES S-Oz. BUFFET— SLICED OB HALVES— Per can ------------------ _ % doz. ----------------Per doz. ----------- •_ ____ _ XO. 1 TALL— SLICED OR HALVES— Per can _______ ~" Per doz ----NO. 2^— SLICED— Per can 1/2 doz. 994 $i.ss BARTLETT PEARS S-Oz. Buffet— Per can 7* */2 doz. _ —~-™II™ILI7"~~38* Per doz. _„ 73^ NO. 1 TALL— NECT/ NO. 2 TALL J[ Per can. V 2 doz.... Per doz, GRAPEFRl NO. 2—Ui\S)VEE Per cau.. M; doz. .... t Per doz,.... \0. 2—SWEETES Per can.... V> doz..... Per doz,..; RAIS 15 Oz. FXG. SEEDlJ Per pkg.. Per doz. .1 Case of 48. VEGETA VEGETABLE! TOMAMl MUSHI Per can dOZ. _ Per doz. —11* -__63* .$1.19 PINEAPPLE CRUSHED— Per can _______ doz. ..... __ SLICED— Per can doz. Per doz, __ —20* $1.14 .92.15 Per can Vz doz. Per doz, _ •-—-*•,„ NO. 1 TALL— Per can Vz doz. ~""~~ Per doz. _>_IIIH ~'~ NO. 2% LARGE FBUIT— 7—— Per can Vz doz. _______""""" "'"" Per doz. _"_"" ~ ; 8* _4»* 85* -13* -.75* $1.45 aa * COCKTAIL Per can _______ doz. _____ "~ Per doz. __ ~ FANCY— Per can Vs doz. ___ ~~~ Per doz. Per can Vz doz. ' ~~" Per doz. _IIIIII~""~ WHITE BED PEPPEB -i ALLSPICE -— CHILI POWDEB CLOVES GINGER HUSTABD —'-" NUTMEG - PAPBIKA —--PICKLING SPICE ILb. 20z.CANEf Per can —% doz. .—'• Per doz. —;; 5 Lbs. 8TJ Per pail — 1/2 doz. —-H Case of 12-.; NO. 5—CANE SCO Per cau — 1/2 doz. —«' p"er doz. —• cufii NO. 2 VAN "CJ Per can —>• V, doz -• MIX'D VECE1 NO. 2 CANS— Per can -'"' Per RED Per ca y% doz Per IVE A CASE OF C COUNTY ADVANCE ALOONA JoWA AT UNUSUALLY 1OW PRICES \edy and Parsons. This stock consists es packed by Stokely's. This mer- ilar prices it is considered the most of 0 worth of High Quality merchandise Grocers Cafe Owners HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO FILL in YOUR STOCK OR LAY IN A GOOD SUPPLY OF WELL KNOWN HIGH QUALITY MDSE. AT LESS THAN YOU CAN BUY IT FROM YOUR WHOLSALER. [building, 3 doors west of Gamble Store infinites as long as Merchandise Lasts No Refunds All Cash W. A. WHITE '/ i* Make room on your shelves for Stokely's Finest Foods IRROTS an . bz. _ Boz. -7* 39* 75* INACH Boz. —12* —69* S1.25 an ___________ 14* bz -------- ____82* loz --------- $1.59 EY BEANS IT BED— . poz. -7* 39* .75* i-Oz. ._ lOc __58c $1.10 /DER -—17* ___33* —97* ASPARAGUS PICNIC CANS— Per can 1/2 doz. 83* Per doz. $1.59 NO. 2—ALL GREEN— Per can 22* % doz $1.33 Per doz. $2.59 Contry Gent. Corn NO. ^ CREAM STYLE— Per can 9* 1/2 doz. 53* Per doz. $1.05 NO.'2 WHOLE KERNEL— Per can 10* i/o doz. 58* Per doz $1.13 Golden Bantam Corn NO. 2—CREAM STYLE— Per can 9* 1/2 doz 52* Per doz. 99* NO. 2 WHOLE KERNEL— Per can 10* 1/2 doz. 56p Per doz. $1.09 SEED .1 oz. -8 oz. .3 oz. TOMATO JUICE NO. 1 CANS— Per can 5* • i/ 2 doz. 27p Per doz. 49* NO. 800 CANS— Per can 6* 1/2 doz. _ 34* Per doz. ___ 65* 60 Oz. CANS— Per can 16* i/, doz. 93* Per doz. $1.79 __6c _.17c .—'. — _33c _._65c FLOUR 1 Cash talks, and we were able to buy two good ^ quality brands of flour at remarkably low is prices to include in this sale. Though the market has advanced we will have at least one truck load to sell at these low prices PERFECT— 49-ib A Good Family Patent Bag CAPTAIN K1DD— 49-ib. High Quality Bag Both Brands Guaranteed CREAM STYLE WHITE CORN NO. 2 SIZE CANS— Per can V 2 doz. ~ Per doz. OHIO TOMATOES NO. 2 SIZE CANS— Per can Per, doz. .43* .79* American SALT 104-b. Bag 19c Table-CooktoQ SALT APPLE CIDER VINEGAR Full quart 9c SAUER KRAUT NO. 2 SIZE CANS— Per can ____________ 1/2 doz. ___________ 36* Per doz. __________ 69* GREEN BEANS NO. 2 CUT GREEN— Per can 10* i/o doz. 57* Per doz. _$1.05 NO. 2 WHOLE REF. 4 ST.— Per can 12* 1/2 doz. 68* Per doz. $1.29 Brown SUGAR 5 Ibs. 27c TOILET TISSUE 5-oz. rolls B Rons 19C TOMATOES NO. 2—EXTRA FANCY— Per can '. 10* 1/2 doz. 59* Per doz. $1.13 NO. 9% EXTRA FANCY— Per can 13* 1/2 doz. 74* Per doz. $1.46 MACARONI OR SPAGHETTI Lbs.. 19c 1 CANDY CHOCOLATE DROPS OR ORANGE SLICES Lb. Cello Bag STRONG HEART DOG FOOD REG. SIZE CANS— Per can 5* i/ 2 doz. 28* Per doz. . 85* Case of 48 —$2.15 BLACK PEPPER i lb. _ _9c 1 lb 15c Pow'd SUGAR 5 Lbs. > | | | : ! s MANY VISITORS AT LONE ROCK THANKSGIVING Lone Rock, Nov. 30—Lone Rockers entertaining at Thanksgiving dinner or who were entertained are: Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hanna, Mrs. Tillie Hanna, daughter Myrtle the George Jeittz family, the Arthur Muellers and Maxine Jentz, Fen'ton, the Mark Simmons family, and the Harvey Hlgleys, Fairmont, at A. H. Hanna's, evening guests there being Mr. an'd Mrs. Walter Krause and Mr, and Mrs. F. W. Jentz, Fenton. The Fred Wegeners at Louis Wegener's, Algona; the Merwin and Lyle MarioWB at Hugh Marlow's; Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz at Charles Schultz's, Elmore; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Poote, Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Jessie Ste- britz, Bancroft, at Mrs. Kate Hawks'; the Raymond Bierstedts at E. C. .Slgsbee's, Bur.t, Donald remaining for the week-end. Mrs. C. W. Peters and family, Algonia, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach and the Rudolph Peters family, at Arthur Zumach's; the William Raths, the Harvey -Rains, Lu Verne, Mrs. Mar.tha R'a'th, son Laurence, the Frank Householders, and the Albert and Chris S'hasers, at Ralph Hurlburt's; the Jim Longs at Bert Olson's, Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe, Rockwell City, the Hildreth Pettlts, Fenton, and Mrs. Evelyn Earing at G-eo. Pettit's; the Ora Hurlburts at Everett Richardson's, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gross entertaining Mr. an'd Mrs. V. J. Gross and the Otis Sanders fami.ly with the William Sanders family, Swea City; the Walter Thompsons at Mrs. Lillie Thompson's; the A. J. Meyer family, the Albert Hutchi- sons, and the Frank Meyer family at Lloyd Hutchinson's. dinner guests at Ale* RadlgVs. Evelyn Radig, student at Des Molne spent from Thursday till Sun'de. at home. Violet Larson, Mason City, spei • from Wednesday till Sunday i Arthur Priebe's. The Prlebes Wei Sunday evening dinner guests £ ' Edw. Delano's, Algona. Harley Shelllto, Ames, drov here Sunday, getting Mrs. Shell! to and daughter Norma, who spen the past few days at N. L. Cot ton's. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blanchart . Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. 3V. E. Blanchard were Sunday evenin. guests at Alex Krueger's. •Margaret Roderick and Cteorget ta Davison, Mason City, epen Thursday with Kathryn Stebrit and Miis. Gale Hanson. The M. 0. Richards family spen' Sunday with Mrs.. Eliza Richardf Algona, in honor of her birthday which was Friday. Carl Anderson, Wahoo, Neb. spent last week at William Rath'J All were Sunday dinner guests a Orin Rutledge's. Viola and Harlan Hutchtnson students at Ames, spent the holi days with their parents, the Alben Hutchinsonis. The Arnold Sanders family, Lu- Verne, and the Walter Lockwoods, Burt, spent Sunday with Otis Saners family. The Harry Rahns, Dodge Cener, Minn., spent Friday and Sat rday here with relatives and olt' riends. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig anr !ie Martin Dreyers were Thursday upper guests at George Bolte's. The Emil Krafts were Sunda 1 venlng dinner guests at Herman Reisner's, Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs/Wallace McAr.thur rvington, spent Sunday afternooi- at Lawrence Dit'tmer's. The W. J. Cottons were Sunda" linner guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Anderson, Bancroft. The Leo Sankeys, Britt, and <tlr Wa/lter Thompsons spent Sundar at Henry Kueck's. The Edw. Farrisee, Graettinger. spent Thursday at Jack Quinn's. Morris Family in Visits— Vera Morris, Gowrie, came Wednesday evening to the home of het parents, Mr. and Mrs. -Charles Moris. Thursday morning all drove .0 Floodwood, Minn., visiting the Hugh McDonalds, Mrs. McDonald s a sister of Mr. Morris. Friday they drove to Duluth, visiting another sister of Mr. Morris, Sister M. Edmond, at St. Mary's hospital They also called on Mr. and Mrs Krueger there. They returned here Saturday evening. BEETS NO. 2 CUT BEETS— Per can 1/2 doz. Per doz. NO. 2}£ CUT BEETS— Per can i/ 2 doz. Per doz. NO. 2 DICED BEETS— Per can : 1/2 doz Per doz. PEAS NO. 2—ALASKAS, 8 ST.— Per can 12* 1/2 doz —66* Per doz. —_$1.29 NO. 2 HONEY POD— Per can 12* i/o doz. _69* Per doz. $1.34 No. 2—Small Party Alaskas—4 Per can 14* 1/2 doz. 79* Per do.z. $1.51 MIX'D VEGETABLES NO. 2 CANS-r Per can 9* 1/2 doz. -53* Per doz. 97* SPAGHETTI America's Quick Bleal NO, 800 SIZE— Per can 1/2 doz. 3»* Per doz. 999 VEGETABLES Assorted NO. 1 CANS— Per can 14 doz. Per doz. 5* 28* 53* SOUP NO. 1 TOMATO— Per can -5* 29* S3* Per doz. ------NO. 1 VEGETABLE— Per can ----------- 7* 1/2 doz, ____ ___ I ___ 41* Per doz. __ ________ 78* 16 Oz. Teg. Ready to Serve— Per can ___________ 9* . 1/2 doz. ----------- 49* Per doz. ______ ____ 95* BIG VALUE Cocoa Hardwater SOAP Per bar 4c Per doz. . 45c Case of 100 ___$3.69 29c GREEN TEA lb. lie 1 lb. -.____ 19c SOUP MIXTURE I lOc Pkgs 19c LAY MORE EGG SHELL 100 Lb Bag 69c American SALT In boxes 2 for 15c Attend a Farewell Party- Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod accomp'axi ted Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod and he' daughter June, Fenton, and Mrs H. J. Henriksen, Ringsted, to Em metsburg Friday. Mr. and Mrs Weisbrod were Sunday dinne guests at Elmer Weisbrod's, spend ing the afternoon at Daniel Soren son's, Ringsted. In the evening they attended a farewell party fo the Rev. Mr. Klothe, pastor of th Lutheran church, at Ringsted. Former Resident Married— •Nila Burtts. a former Lone Rock er, but now of Algona, was mar ried to Gary Behrends Thursday-at the Baptist parsonage. Their attendants were Harriet Heiter and Byron Behrends. A wedding dinner was'served at the -home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Burtls. East-Seneca Helen Patterson, Ringsted, epen last week Thursday and Frida' with her parentis, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Patterson. Teddy Jensen, student at De corah, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jensen, and Perry Jeneen, Ames son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Jenseu spent Thanksgiving at their re spective homes. The Sheldon Merrills -were -las- week Thursday dinner guests o' Mr. an'd Mrs. J. W. Saxton, Fair mont.. Will'iam Haack, 'Done Rock and a son, with the Sheldon Mer rills, were Sunday dinner gueatr at Leslie Denton'e. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Meyer. Chris 'Dahl, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pet erson, son Clarence, and Jessl Spear were Thanksgiving guests a; Anton Dahl'e, Ringlsted. Supt. and Mrs. Francis Slagle with their son Charles, spent thf • Thanksgiving vacation at the Drev home, Cylinder. Marian Clarke who spent the "week-end at he-home at Worthington, Minn., joined the Slagle's there and came t<> Seneca with them. She is a Seneca teacher. The O. J, Meyer and 'Frank Meyer families ate Thanksgiving din Young Boy is Dead- Mrs. Melvlrt Hawks received' wor'd Sunday of the death of 8- year-old Edward William Schrped- er, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Scliroeder, Heckla, S. D. He was a nephew of Mrs. Hawks. He had diabetes. NOLA OR PALM OLIVE TOILET SOAP *er bar 4c ?er doz. 45c Case of 144 ___ $4.85 SAUER KRAUT Per can 7* . 1/2 doz. 39* Per doz. 75* NO. 2^-CANS— Per can _ 8* 1/2 doz. 45* Per doz. 87* HOMINY Per can 7* 1/2 doz. '__ 39* Per doz. 75* Stokely's STRAINED BABY FOOD Baby Foods are Prepare* by a Special " ilies "Cuinmimiting" which utilizes elements of the whole yege- e or fruit. This unique process also retains natarS f avor and color of the whole prod. natural ^nay exp i ailis w jiy so w«ny nd .uothe?s praise their appetizing % doz. ----- 39c Per doz, — 7Sc Corn or Gloss STARCH 2 boxes __ 15c Heinz CATSUP Per bottle 18c doz. Per doz. .$1,05 .$2.05 MATCHES Red Tip Per box 6 boxes -3* .17* Chipso SOAP FLAKES Per box 9* Per doz. 99* Case of 60 $4.25 BIG «4" SOAP FLAKES 5-LB, SIZE— Per box -29* Case of 8 — -$2.10 EGG NOODLES 8 Oz. CELLO PKGS.— Per pkg, 9* SUPER SUDS 25c la Hit RED >OX... for wathiag d(rt» the parental O. R, June Bierle, "wbo R<?eJr» Rapids, spent from Wedae,B- spent Thanksgiving with Mr, ajj * Mra, George Bierle'a. Mr. and Iffrs. August Schemmel and daughter Q-Jorift ac^QjBpaniei tej fcere. Legion Auxiliary was to Wednesday with Attend State Pigeon Show- Will Chrlstenson, ' accompanied by Lyle Reynolds, Jesa Reynolds, and Don. Guderian, Algona, attended the Iowa State Pigeon ehow at Des Moines Sunday. Mr. Chrieten- son was an exhibitor. ner at Lloyd Hutchieon'e Ro'ck. Lone- Birthday is Celebrated- Mr, and Mrs. V. J. Gross entertained Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gross, Willard and Robert Gross, and Mr.' and Mrs. George Gross, Ames, Friday evening in honor of Wlllard's 20th birthday. New Pastor Arrives— | The Rev. George Weasel, Burt, preached here Sunday. The Rev. [Carl Sinning, of Plankington, S. D.. will move here Tuesday and will assume the duties as Lone Rock pastor. Has Appendix Removed— 'Wilma, daughter of Mrs. Dora liaabs, underwent an appendicitis operation at the General hospital, Algona, a week ago Wednesday. Other Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott were Sunday guests at George Hawcott's, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Algona, spent the evening with the Hawcotts. The Harris .Wadsworths spent Thursday evening there. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Radig, of Waupeten, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Kressin and son Manford, Barney, N. D., came Sunday to visit at Alex Radig's, the William Fuerstenaus and the Mrs. Dora Laabs home. v Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Kobs, daughter Mary Ann, Mrs. Anna Kobs, all of Correctionvilla, spent from Saturday till Juesday at Karl Ewoldt's. Kim Ewoldc and Jesgie Smith, Algona, spent Thursday there. Matilda Kressin, Lake Mills, ODS Olson and Mrs. Gale Haneon, Des Moines, came last Wednesday, the former two visiting the Albert Kressins, the latter visiting her mother, Mrs. Frank Macumber. Mus. Prank Collins, son Francis, Mrs. Faber Dugan, all of Ljver- more, came Sunday to Merwin Marlow's. Monday Mrs. Mar\ow and All Seneca teachers were ball- on duty Monday, after Thanksgiving visits at their respective homes. The Sheldon Merrills, Harlem Hoecks, and Mr. and Mrs. G. W Yager were Sunday evening dinner guests at C. O. Bailey's. The- Henry Loofts were supper 'guestr at Lawrence Johanneson's, Lone Rock. Gladys Osmundsen Is spending r. week's Vacation at the Rev. Mr Sande's. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg entertained at Thanksgiving dinne" the Ole Johannesene, the Han; Presthus family, Bancroft, thi • John 'and Lawrence Johannestons . Lone Rock, the Harry Vahldrick: family, Ringsted, and the Henr; - Loofts, Seneca. The C. O. Dotsons and Ruth ans" Woodrow Kracht took Vernor Dotson to Mason 'City Saturday. The Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Kabelitz, Fenton, were callers a Kraeht's Friday, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Yager, par ents of Mrs. C. O. Bailey, left Mon day for Saraspta, Fla., to 'spend th winter. . The Seneca Willing Workers me' with La Vonne Bailey at her horn Saturday. The C. F. Yagers an and Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Yage were Thanksgiving guests at C' O. Bailey's. The Emil Bahrs, Huntley, Minn. son Merrill accompanied them Minneapolis to visit relatives, to and Mr, and Mrs. Claud Sander* Graettinger, were dinner guests e C, O. Dotson's last w.eek Thursday The Vernon Haubackers, Dicken: were supper guests at Harle; Hoeck'6. Vernon Dotson, who attends th v Hamilton business college at Meson City, spent from last wee Wednesday till Saturday at C. t. Dotson's. The William Sanders family, c ' Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs; Cai Smith, Armstrong, were Sunda dinner guests at Walter L. Smith', Ben Dotson, Hampton, spent tb week-end at Walter L. Smith' Mrs. C. M. Gardner, daughter Bei th«, an'd Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Gardner spent from, last wee Thursday till Sunday with relt tjves at Chicago. Mrs. Katherine Hantelman, Feston, and her daughter Ruth an " Ruby were last week Thursda dinner guests at Lawrence Hantlf man's. Mr, 'and Hire. Walter 1, Smith bad dinner at Clarenc dinner guests at -LjiVrence mans were Sunday dinner, at Katherine Hantelman's, Fentor Wesley Paittersqn, student a$ Cf dar Falls, spent the week-e&Sl

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