Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 5, 1939 · Page 5
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3AY, JANUARY 6, 19>9 COtJKTY AftVAKCfi. AjLdQMA. IOWA IT QUINT MEET THE .EAR LAKERS WfflBe Played C. L. Floor today Night. .livenated basketball team §16 Clear Lake Friday even- e first gatrie since the holidays. Coach Findle team have "worked Irly twice daily during the in an effort to overcome In which the team had ed ever since the season Seals have Jost all their j)o far, and the "dally prac- an attempt to get : them In- for at least a fair show- lie remainder of the sche- iition to the team wi'll be tiller/regular for two yearg PAOB3P1VK Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, clerk at the Chrlstensen store, has be f en seriously sick two weeks. , .< The 'M. .T. Strefts spent Monday at Emmetsburg with Mrs. Streit's mother,, Mrs. Martin Coonfttt,* - ; Mrs. Harold Harkness, Albert City, came Wednesday for a few days with her; nephew, Dr. H. M. Olson, . . • .'.••', Mrs. Minnie Holland, Maxwell, left for home Friday after a week jJL n here with her daughter, Mrs. G, W. Stillman. She is 1 a teacher. Whlttemore, spent the holidays with their parents. Both are teachers. Ruth, who teaches at Janesville, left Sunday, and Beulah went back Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Samp are parents of a son, born Monday night at the Kossuth hospital, the third child, the other two being boys. Mrs. Samp Is the former Elaine Isaacson, and her a variety store at THEY STILL MOURN BUSTED DEAL WITH WHITTEMORE DANK APPOINTEE I ^ _. _. Dorothy llalverson, who clerk- iwrH "T O "V" Prirp and ed at thc Gamble stor e during the . Mrs. J. O. F. Pricei ana hoHd scnson Ieft Saturday for Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brecntbill .. „,. ,,„„„ „* „'. - .„_ a ,.* —„ were Christmas dinner guests Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Shore, of Fort Dodge. Mr. nml Mrs. R, W. Uoeder were New Year's guests of Mr. 'and , her home at Fort Dodge. She was "at the Dr. L. W. Fox home while here, and waa a memiber of the ! chorus which presented The Messiah. Mrs. Kathrjn Htirn, with her Mrs. Chester Willey, Fort Dodge, daughters Mary Catherine and Mar- Mrs. Willey la a daughter of the garet, the latter of Rochester, was Roeders. ' • a Friday afternoon guest of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. James Altwegg, of V. K. Rising Mary Catherine is a Dea Moines, -with their phiidren, university student at Iowa City, were New Year's guests of .Mrs: and Margaret Is technician in a Altwegg's parents, Mr.' and Mrs. ' Mayo • laboratory. Mrs. Albert Moylc, Aberdeen, S. and his D -> was a holiday guest of the R. been out of the line-up'.W. S. Windell. was injured in the knee! Darrcl Kiddle, junior, __ hird gaine against Spencer, brother Clarence, freshman, • both £• Hutzells. She is an aunt of Mrs. D-captain with Roger Mit-, of Upper Iowa university, Fayette, " ut ^' ell> Tne Hutzells, with Mrs. lid will fill, the guard po- ~" Says Word Barnes, editor, In his pcrsonnl column in his Jingle Grove Eagle: "Whenever a hold-np of the W'iiJtteuiore bank Is Mentioned. It brings pain to the heart and tcarst to the eyes of Mr. Olson and Mr. Uhr at the Security bank. "Just before they leased the old hunk building, they sold the fixtures, lock, stock, and barrel, to the Whlttemore bank. Then the bank (Whitte- inorc) was raided and robbed, and the Whittemorc bankers cancelled the contract for the Security's fixtures to buy bullet-proof glass fixtures from floor to celling." lived at Bode. Oliver Chrlutenseh, Ottoseh, spent New Year's Eve with his baby son Billy, who lives with the Solbergs. Betty Strelt, R. N., Chicago, arrived Tuesday for two weeks with her grandfather, Anton Strelt, and other local relatives. She is a graduate of the Mercy hospital, Chicago, where she Is now employed. Alice Kain, who had spent a week with her aunt8 f Celia and Agnes Mullen, DeKalb, 111., came back on the aame train. Alice teaches home I economics and English at Whltte-' more. New Year guests of the Herschel i Thompsons were Mr. and Mrs. j Walter Friesner, daughter Lois, and Alice Bell, all of Gilbert. Edward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, who attends the State coi-| ege, Ames, has returned to school,} and Everett, another son, began • work on a farm near Buffalo Cen- i ter Monday. Mr. Thompson is 1 manager of the Pioneer seed corn i •plant here. | Willis Colwell, who works for the Iowa Culvert & Pipe Co., Den i Moines, Sylvia James Harris, Mrs.!-' , , „ Jerome Colwell, Livermore, and the son Clarence, who is single. 'TTOS IS A familiar face to many fl sen Js adult sponsor, A. H. Hund- eby•tfas'-host to the 19 boys at dinner, at Chrlstehsen's cafe dfife night week. Harold Banwart, Algona, student Mrs - F elkey is' a Hovey daughter; A Algonians—Fred B. Shaffer, at Mitchell, S. D., were New Year's Arden ' a son - Mr - Felkey is - " guests of the Hugh Colwells here.' salesman ' and Arden clerks in . _ PI Willis is a son of Mr. and Mrs. '• ha ' - dware store. Clarence is sub- beauteous maiden.'-, to .„„ , Hugh Colwell, and Mrs. Jerome action solicitor for Capper's socks and emplty his ashtrays. See Announcement Having sold our Cafe in Algona, we wish to take this opportunity to thank those who have given us their patronage during the last four years. We are now located on Highways 18 and 169, known as the "Chrome" cafe. We serve meals and lunches and we also cater to special parties. .and Mrs. 0. A. Anderson a Mason City, who, many years ago, a persuaded one erf. Algona's most jyj P |i f j Colwell is Hugh's mother., Mr. TAh _ e !'5,, are .. t , hre !, chlldre1 ^ the latent news a'bout Fred else- Colwell owns the new sales pavil-| at nome: Ardella, who clerks at where in today's Advance. Cut ion north of Algona. Kresensky's, and two other daugh- courtesy Mason City Globe-Ga- 1 Owen and Phyllis Mathes return- tel l s m , sch ° o1 - zette. • j ed to their home at Davenport' Lewis Moore, who travels for Spear; starter at -.center, ui w jj|jci xu r» u. wiiir^iuivj, *• **j cui,%/f - _ - . • cu. LU Liic'ii ilULUtJ tit JLJa,V6TlDOrL • •-•-• -—«— —j " »*w bmu.iv.iu *«* came home for the Christmas and Moyle, were week-end guests of M onday aflter a week with A , l the Malleable Steel Range Co., of M«W Voor vanoH,™ i relatives at Earlham. Mr. Hu'tzell ro i nfiv ' «,„,, t*< nn a* n,." _ ?. ". .Beaver Dam. Wia.. left. Monday, af- New Year, vacation. Mr. and. Mrs. Glenn Swan son, n greateat improvement Fall . m ont, were, guest.5 last week of liool closed for the holi- position had been the on the team since the sea?an. Coach Wesley. Findley Schultz had and _. Long will be the other |wlth';Michelt .arid, Devine,, in Iward'•".' walL Schultz, Jim Hicks have shown iiprovement, but will be us- abstltutes. bcails will; meet Llvermore • the first home ' game fol- hol'idays next Tuesday, week Friday the ) Iowa'Falls. ixnounced elsewhere, this rlday the local wrestling meet Fort Dodge here, vieek Friday Iowa Falls |and on January 28 the lo- lJ.to Font Dodge for a return the latter's parents, C. R. Pommerenling. with, a graveling crew. , and Mrs. Glen works is manager of the International Harvester shop here. P. 11. Hargreaves will hold a [arm sale Monday, January 16, on the farm west of Algona. Mr. and Mrs, Hargreaves will move to . Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. town March 1, and their son Gil- A, A.' Sterling.-who had been; 4'iii bert will run the farm. A sale ad- Metropolitan Life employ here; l left r vertisememt will appear In a lat- Tuesday to work for the same cdtn-. k ter issue .of this paper. " ' ~ " ---•.-•- pany at Fort Dodge. carpenter, relatives and friends. Owen stay-' Beaver Dam ' wis -. Je f t Monday, at ed with Vincent Isaacson; Phyllis ter a few days here wlth his P al '" with her uncle and aunt, Mr and ents > Mr - and Mrs - J - M - Moore. Mrs. Lyle Mathes, Both Owen and He goes as far as New York on the Phyllis attended the Algona high P re »ent trip. Robert Post, who had school before they moved to Ames spent the holid ays with his par- IOWA Day Here is Dated j for Coming Monday THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY, JANUARY 5-7 2 GREAT ATTRACTIONS SCRAPPERS FROM THE WORD "GO" a year or two ago. Their father, Frank Mathes, now operates a res- ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Post, re- H - R - HuUell, manager of the lo- Ralph Lowell Samp, son of Mrs. An- j Iowa City, were New Year's guests drew Godfredson, spent last week of the latter's parents, Mr. and with his brother Kenneth,at Ma-• Mrs. S. E. McMahon. The Carpen-1 ters went to .Minneapolis Monday for a couple of days with Doctor Carpenter's parents. Mrs. Carpenter is the former Ruth McMahon. Mrs. Elinor Doe, Pipestone, Minn., came Friday evening for the New Year's week-end with Mrs. L. taurant ait Davenport. resume attending a school of op- Mrs. John Walsh, Denver who ' tometry ' Lewis was to stop en was visiting relatives at Bancroft! Jl olUo to visit hls brothers, Harold, last week, called on Algona friends i "ecatur, 111., and William, Quincy, Friday. Mr. Walsh was for some ! n j- The b °y s> mother, who su'ffer- foreman of the Courier. pleton, Minn. Lowell is a senior in' the local high school. • . ••. i -*• lUnnche Stehn, who teaches mu- team|sic in the local public scho61s r returned Tuesday from Northwood, where she spent the holiday vacation with her mother. , . ..M., The Kev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner \vere v New Year dinner guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Louis Richmann, Burt. Mr. Richmann is pastor of the Lutheran church there. W. Fox. She is a former Algonian.' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Greenwood, Taber, were Saturday and New printing employ at Omaha, and en route home Mrs. Walsh was to visit sons there. Mr. Walsh now works In a printing shop at Denver. He learned the trade in boy-! hood at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Coleman, of turned to Chicago with Lewis to cal McCormdck-Deering farm im-j plemen,t shop, announces a McCormick-Deering day at Algona next Monday. The day's program will include prize awards, free lunch, and free sound movies in the afternoon, and aid, who came before Christmas m °vies will be shown at the Lefor a holidays visit with old Eion hall, starting at 1:30 p. m., friends, left Tuesday for their and will include a variety of short home at North Hollywood, Calif, agricultural and educational films, j Mra. Akre spent a few days with as ^ ve ' n a<3 comedies. ed a stroke before Christmas, is doing fairly well now. Mrs. Eva Akre and her son Don- her son Charles, Evanston, 111. Louisville, Ky., with their daugh- ^ , 0maha she and D °nald were to ter Marcella, were guest^ last INSTALLED AS SIDENTJF KIWANIS Long _was '.installed as ent of th'e-:''Algona Kiwania Ind D. E. Dewel was jnstall- pieutenant-governor of the Sivision of the organization, ^ party last Thursday Sing at the Algona hotel. • j(/ Lowe, retiring'" president, cied the meeting, and 'gave obrous review^ of the year's Mrs. Greenwood and Mrs. Fox are sisters. | . Mr. and Mrs.. Claren'ce Dornbier,' their daughter Denise, spent the four sons, Mr. and Mrs. John Can- i _ holidays with relatives at Spencer,, n j ng/ sons D ona ]d an d Jackie, Mr. £?,? ?,„?:*„ and Akron.. Mr. Bredall is in. Inter- and Mrs. Carroll Potter and the - .' uole ™ an ^ national Harvester, employ. I Potter son Kenneth had Christmas Mrs. E. A. Pasclike, Echo, Minn., dinner with Ulrick Dornbier, Corwith her children, Jean and Rog- with. Mrs. Canning and Mrs. Pot-, j jjis j ^ye,,]^ ^r^A^ ^ I week of the Harvey Colemans here. " at .™' w '» tnem ' un ™ Wl jy -»- ' of Dr and Mrs. Fox. i M Ofioree SH-IPR. rtnnp-htpr nf here this youn S man and Donald^ ni snt. up a ung man wno came The afternoon show will be out about 4. p. m., which will give farmers plenty of time to get home that far with them. On the way and get their chores done before 0s Cooan ° 8 '° e ° continuous drive, and the distance was covered in the time Out of town representatives of the International Harvester are ex- mang0mA0 day night, which seems to be some- besides Mr. Hutzell, who will take; of a record. Donald is at- I* 3 - 1 ' 1 are D - J - Bredall, S. 0. Ander-; was formerly in Nau-i "~"~° ~~ ~ ~".~",~ ,"" ,,"' qn n M Mrs i tendlll S what is known as the City ^ n < n M - dain coal employ. Mr. and Coleman are parents O j| college at Los Angeles. er, came Friday for the New Year's ;i >tei\ are daughters of the week-end with Mrs. Paschke's-'par- r biers, ents, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Herman. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Anderson, with their sons Roger and Jerry, re- Metta Foster, Erie, 111., will leave for home sometime next week, after three weeks here with tT 11,11 \,L1\J1.1. J3VIIU d.»WQUA UHM. U W» * ,1 > __ _ _^ •• ... -- _ spent the week-end with Mr. An-; Bertha^Godfrey.^ Miss Foster^was derson's parents at Des Moinea. Mr. Anderson is in telephone employ here. _ | JLJMDU fTV^n. n VflM* •«*;•. O-JCO L>orn " , ported that the Rev. and Mrs. C.. V. Hulse, Kingsley, and Mrs. Guy j Simmons, Quimby, with two child-! ren, had spent. Christmas with the Rev. and Mrs. V. V. Schuldt, Gar- Tom J. White to Be Released from Job as State's Printer jles. Mr. Long 'was iristalle'd Marguerite Dul/iel, who , v |H; ChrischiUesT the oldest' ited her mother, Mrs. E. W. <( L] : post . who. ~dpriried irhisker's for ;the event. ' : Priz- ,-iwarded at the close of to a number of Kl. . Hlltoh'^was Announced : as of first 'in the home_ 'decpr- |contest sponsored;, eaijh ^year i Kiwanda club, and received dollar prize. Second 'prize vent to Kenneth Harris, 'and pvent to L. J. Malueg. Laing is y}ce-ipresldent .of Job for the new year, and R. »rririgtbn is 'secretary.- A clulb of lleutenant-gover- inner was presented' ' ,to the gclub by proxy frotn Sioux home club of .the .retiring of- bnd it will be kept by the |club duririglthe year. . . , Birthday at : enton Celebrated over the holidays, returned: day to Kewanee, 111. She" physical education in school there. spent most of last week at the latter's brother Geo. W. Godfrey's at 1 the Ames college. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard, their" two children, spent end, at Winnebago, Mini_., _, Mrs. Barnard's aunt, Mrs. Charles Norman. Another aunt, Mrs. Van One of the changes in state pol- ] ner. The Hulses are parents of iti ca l patronage consequent on the' Simmons and Schuldt,! election disturbance in November j Hulse is well remembered j j s expected to be demotion of a' here as former Methodist pastor.; formerly well known Kossuth dem- I Mr. Schuldt was the Lu Verne j ocrat in favor of a republican. The ' Methodist pas.tor before he was : democrat Is Tom J. WMte, who for . assigned to the Garner Methodist; a ome years published the -Whitte- F. Craychee, R. R Hutzell, F. C. Smith, A. G. Falk, H. E. Dahlhauser, and R. C. Harig. Mr. Hutzell extends a personal Ir.vitatrion to every farmer to at- tedn the celebration. The McCormick-Deering shop is next east of the Foster furniture store. A story o{ brave men and braver sons! Lynne OVERMAN Elizabeth PATTERSON Win. Frawley Tim Holt SUNDAY THRU WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8-11 A Hard Riding Straight Loving Cowboy Looks for Romance! at Reconditions Toys otar «»- | more Champion. 0. T. Solberjr was taken by am- appointed ,state Mr. White was . . - .... printer on : the bulance Tuesday afternoon to the | death of the incumbent appointee rsan Dr..and Mrs, L. W. For?»;,wlU'^r ham 'Colgate N D <came here veterans' hospital at 'Des Moines by Governor Herring.and has serv- '' tor treatmenf of adnus '"f^«""- '«* '•"• ="-» —= "'= =« n ^™^ the Barnards and remained r this week, Mr. Barnard is leave. Saturday for a week- cago and Indianapolis. Doc __ .will be on the program atOIHtt7ln.-^;,nianager of the local Gamble store, diana state veterinary convention ' 'The Irvln Gerbers, near Wesley, at Indianapolis. | with the L. W. Gillespies and the The Norman Walkers are now H. R. Gibsons, Algona, were New at Mason City, to which "ipbiritj Year guests of the W. W. Gilles- for treatment of sdnus infection. He expeats to be there two weeks or longer. Mr. Solberg had :not ed for some years. His successor is expected to be named this week Friday by the state printing board, Swea City, Jan. 2—One of the most worthwhile civic projects ^ undertaken here in recent months reached its climax in Christmas L week, when a boys' Safety club, sent seven • boxes of toys to children at the state university hos-" pital. Organized as a means to! promote observance of safety laws, been well since he was released and David K. Brown, of the'HarOan by youthful bicycle riders of thej Mr. Walker had been transferred' pea. Mrs. Gerber is a daughter of He is in Kennedy &• Parsons ploy. Mrs. .Walker, is the. forme* Helen Goeders. • > ,Ji ';.. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan got home by train Tuesday morning Gillespies. and Mrs. W. W. Gillespie. ;Itathryn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. iW. W. Gillespie, spent the weekend at Fort Dodge with the H. T. from the hospital last November 11, after, an operation for appendicitis. The sinus, infection d'e- of the operates the White south of "the Se- flu. Mr. 3. C. Hovey as Christmas guests the out-of- News-Advertiser, is said to be slat- tcwn, • members of the club had. of j- ed for the job. Harlan is Cover-] late spent their time. in. a work-i nor Kraschel's home town, but he shop in the Gam'ble store basement 1 and Brown are not political friends. Gets A Job At Thor. Titonka, Jan. 2—Clarence Cooper, former assistant at the Farmers .. ----- _, ------ -.—.-..-from Chicago, where they; spent ' the New Year week-end with) Mrs. I «• d Linnan's sisters, Frieda and^Alvl-! after a week here with Mayor and „ town members of the family: Mr; j Elevator here, is now at Thor, in i«ft f * Hoorneman, an a Mrs. Merle Felkey, Winona, southwest Humboldt county, where len lor nome Sunday. Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Arden Hovey, | he has been made manager of a A A - repairing and painting discarded! 1 toys. Account of all expenses was j kept, and the expense was paid,, frmo the club's treasury. The' members range from 10 to 16 years and have formulated their own politics. Night Officer H. E. Jen- : "Struge Faces" na Wassenberg. Guefltg Monday afternoon of Mrs J. C. Kresensky were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. C. F. Specht, parents of Mrs. Hoorneman. Mr. Hoorneman is the superintendent of the Creston Swea City, with a daughter; and farmers elevator. Arthur Dreyer, Lone R6ck;' : "'and : -schools. The four were Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Charles Geilenfeld, ^L b ^ e ^ ±ofMr^e^r ye ^ 8 ' k Thursday evening. Helping elebrate were Mrs. Sophie Mrs. Mary Bleckwenn, F Ierraan Luedtke Sr., Bertha iin, Messrs, and • Mesdames |t Rosseisen, August Meyer, Wolfgram, Edw, \Greinert, sin Krause, H, F. Mittag, in ; Hintz, . Fred Boettcher, iNemitz, an'd Fred Meyer;, al- ed Grein'eri; and James Mey- he evening was 1 spent at and lunch brought by the was served. , •*• i Youth Gets ^reighton 'Letter* »ha. Jan; 1—Big Omer Kelly, football center from Algo- bas starred ,three years at •ton university/ was among Jay 'players awarded 1938 by Head Coach . Marchie |rtz recently. Kelly, student ' college of arts and sciences, ae caotaln for the Creigh- auafl this year against Okla- S'A. A M. «nd led the Bluejays 6-13 victory. [OSPITALS guests of the Harry Larsons, Forest City, Mrs.. Larson being anoth- J er daughter of Mr, and Mrs. ! Specht. Kresensky, Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Thompson, Belmond, were Monday guests, off -Mr- « n d Mrs. S. D. Wilson en- Mr, and Mrs. H. W. Miller., Mr,J .tertained at family dinner Christ- 1 Thompson is a farmer, and he and ; mas^day. Guests_were Mr. ajid Mrs. his wife left Tuesday for T T ,-,,,,, months in California. Holiday guests at the A. L. Rist' Peterson, sons Ronald and John Merle Griggs home were Beulah Phillip, and, Mr. and Mrs. V. K.; Griggs, a friend from Minneapo-j Rising, all of Algona. Mrs. Rising • lis, and Lewis Rist, Eau Claire, and Mrs. Peterson are daughters, ! Wis. Beulah is a sister of Merle; J - E - & nd Bernard sons, of the eld- Lewis is a brother of Mrs,'Griggs "" «"'•"""• two ,J- E." Wilson, Titonka; Bernard THUBS., FBI., JAN. 5 AND 6 I Wilson, Lake Mills; Mrs. Florence and son of Doctor Rlst. ,er Wilsons. Mr. and Mrs.' John Jensen, Llv- Tbe Rev. and Mrs. M. X.Sjos- ermore, and Mrs,,L. B. Gangestad, trand, with their small son Ronald, I'Bode, were Monday afternoon call- were guests last week Wedriesday! ers at °- T - Solberg's. Mrs: Jensen till Fridav of Mr. Sjo&trand's :jwry to a cousin of/Mr. Solberg, and ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sjos-'j Mrs. Gangestad was a neighbor' of trand, St. Peter, Minn. - --- j the Solbergs when the' Solbergs Mrs., Helen Beeves and her, i— daughter Donna Jean were holiday guests of the former's mother,. .Mrs. •H-H-H-1"M I l'M'1'l-H-H-H-l'l KOSSUTH . 27— Leo Mergen, Andrew Algona,'' accident;' Mrs. Jentz, Fen ton, accident; Rahm, St. Benedict, med- F Earl and Gary Punke, Wes- Dnsillectomy. 29—'Mrs. Chester Cook, Alboy. 30—Donald Heller, Irving- nedical. 31—Carl Lawson, Corwith, lectomy; Mrs. Ralph Miedke, son. I—Viola Mah^raS, Algona, |dectomy. 3—Mre. Kenneth ,Samn, Ma- Minn., boy; Mre. George wpdteal; Mja, Hurt. 4—Lucy »edic*l. has returned to Sioux City, Donna Jean remained till Sunday, i Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cook "are parents of a son, born December 29 at the Kossuth hospital. ;'1,ne first child, weight 7Ms pounds at birth, named Junior Ray. Mr, Cook conducts a repair shop on No," 1^9. Mr. and Mrs, Marvin 'Clement spent the week-end at Des Mpines with friends. Mr. Clement is,b'ut- cher in the meat -department at the Cut Rate Grocery, and : Mrs. Clement conducts Marie's' 'Beauty Salon. t ' • ' Word has been received-of- the : birth of a daughter December 28 to Mr. and' Mrs. Allen R. Shifts, New York City, Mra.'Shllts Is remembered as Margaret McNoyn, local musi'c teacher. Mr. Shilts is an accountant. Teddy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor young, Mason City, is a guest this week of Harry Jr., son of Dr, and Mra. H. L. McCorkle. Mra. Young is a sister of Mra. McCorkle, and her husband is to Standard oil employ, Mr. »n4 Mrs, G. C. Yeoman, Maquoketa, were New Ye^r'guesits of the B^. R, Yeomans h.e^re, and Adra Ye6man, who ha4 waited her a yr«ek, returned ajrltfe theift, 44i%j8r«»i»l°y< Handled With CMC .. 33very Jine aud detail of the clothes we custom ; tailor for you is handled • witto Iftvtefe care to SATURDAY, JANUARY PHONES 420 AND 421 i ALGONA, IOWA 5 Friday, Saturday, and Monday, January 6th, 7th, and 9th SUNDAY AND MONDAY, JANUARY 8*i RICE_BIC Hood's Store FREE DELIVERY 4 DAILY i OATMEAJj i Quick or reg. S IGA large 11- POTATOES Irish Cobbler. 100-lb. 1 bag .-•_._ ^«« OTSTEB SHELLS 100-lb. bag 69c SUGAR Limit Fine granulated. 10 Ib , 43 c I 6 IGA Dawn TOILET TISSUE Boils. 37c PANCAKE FLOUE IGAS^lbs. PANCAKE FLOUE IGA 1J Bag BUCKWHEAT IGA 8^-lb. bag FLOUR 23c Brown SUGAR Lb. 5c POWDERED SUGAR IGA FLOUE Guaranteed. 4».ib. -i on bag ~__ -1 ««J»7 GRAHAM 1-lb. box_ ; ._. CKACKEES 9c PEAS No. 2 good quality BLUE GCOFFEE 25c FREE CUP & SAUCEB COFFEE Folger$.and Butternut 2 & : 52c P & G SOAP to 35c Catsup, large 14-oz. bottle _2 for 19^ Jain, Strawberry and Rasp. B2-oz, 20f Grape Juice, 18»k pure, qt. 33^ Tomato* Juice, IGA Jumbo _2 for 19f Hormel's Spain, 12-oz. can 29f Hormel's Chili Con Came, IG-oz. 1S^ Pure Cocoa, IGA, 1-lb. can —S3* IGA Lye, HK-Test, can 7* Dessert Powder, all flavors _4 for 17^ Salmon, fancy pink, tall ___2 for 2S^ Pineapple 8-oz. cr. or tidbits 3 for 25^ Chocolate Coy, Cherries, 1-lb. box 19^ Coffee, kept fresh, 1-lb. can tf^ Tomatoes, No, 2 can 3. for 214 Corn, No, 2 Standard 4 for 2»* Creum Cereal, IGA 5*lb, bag _^,_3f * Chase & Sanborn's Coffee, Ib. 1"—2t* i S U G A R ITT Fine Granulated . 104Mb, bag • All* QUALITY MEATS • HAMBUBGEK, all meat -~-'-~2 Ibs, 2f ^ BEEF BOASTS, fancy branded, Ib, —17* P0»« BOASTS, 8fco»l«ler; cttt, ty, '-. T - r M* MUTTON BOASTS, Ib, PU»E FBESH FBBSH Onions, fapcy, ,.,. T Oranges, good sl»e, Lettuw, solid large tf Ibs, QK. ^^ T j|*|9r Cel*i7,weU]

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