Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1939 · Page 9
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 6, 1939
Page 9
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{(FOR VISIT ADVANCB. ALQQNA. IOWA poppies had been ordered could have been sold. Cooking School Is on Today— The Interstate Power Co. will hold Its annual cooking school at charge. Other Lnkota News. - Alfred O'Kedfe, west of town, PAGE has been seriously sick several weeks, and her daughter, Mrs. Norbert Walters, San Diego, Calif., with Mr. Walters, Is spending a few weeks there to help care for her. Mr. and Mrs. Austin and Mr. and Mrs. Einer Ravn spent ft few days last week fishing at Leech Lake In Minnesota and had a good catch. , tune 5—Lev! Clement, of '•'-and his son Tracy Tuesday after- wlth the Samms. The Clements. r way to Eagle River,] re Tracy, who Is spend-1 it ,e months at his.mother's y g? returning to Kansasjo Caching lu September,.Mr. ,»t St. was to go home byi •-"oraetlme this week, after a at Eagle River. Mr. Clem- 26 years In and near La-, pioneer days. Me was t a bank here for several •he family moved to Kan- itt years ago, and since then I lived at several places, but [:nm»y years Mr. Clement Iliad a grocery store at Olathe. If parents were real pioneers It. vicinity, having moved to a *' J h of" town in the .early IM when oxen were still used low the prairie. Ramsey was tpoBtofflce. Levl once owned loperated the hardware store 1 owned by W. E. Gutknecht. Ill Day Is Observed— •mortal, day exercises were Flii the school auditorium at 10 I'with the following program: jMJlonal, Mrs. William Schroe : i America, audience;, Invpca- Ihe.Rev. E. G. Sauer; ,vocal There Is No Death, Jerry ha; address, the Rev. A. ,F. tti local Lutheran pastor; • 'My Buddy, girls' sextette; ling, Popples, Lolo • Schroeder. I Fred Schroeder had charge •warding prizes In :a Legion jlllary poster contest, and iy Woodworth won first, Don .luian, second. Dorothy Schroe- Iwon first for the best school its in history in the last year, [Benny Harms was second. It Meet Church Boards— T joint Methodist church and (day school board meeting was I at Henry Patterson's last J'Monday evening, and plans Ian S.' S. picnic at Walter Les- 1 this week Wednesday were I- Charles figgerth was: : ap- Ited for the day's sports; Edl- lEdgar Inlay, for Ice .cream; lie Koppen, to provide tables j chairs; Mrs. Otto Koppen, to |e : coffee. -The Aid will assist lable-setilug, etc. All persons isted In the church and the S. Invited. A children's day ram will be put on' by ;the |hers next Sunday. itans Visitors Here— frs. Barbara Sandon, of Lake rand her sister, Mrs. Olive [ken, Los -Angeles, were last ': Wednesday visitors at the i-Lewis home. Mrs. Lewis is ilhter of Mrs. Sandon. After lylsltwlth her sister and visits father relatives, Mrs., Dokken [Jo go on-'to New York City to '. a daughter and attend the ,W'« fair,'. Mrs. Dokken has Naugiters, and they are as far Ras they can get in America I at New York, the other at Los eles. : r Speaks at ..„„..^ W Rev. and Mrs. Carl^Hammer W Memorial day at Rowan ire Mr. Hammer appeared on I Program. He is a former pas l«the Methodist church there ?hn» 6re when a br - lck i building was built. >H«Homelg Improyed— " "- 1 Mrs. William Klenlti !-».—» tuel1 ' home remodeled Jarrow doing the work. ~ The ' na the inside with kltchen •i »athroom, etc. been girls held »„ .,. ^a^B: 55 - ones in readinaRB f 0 for Fourth Time— r p . " » 'ourthtroke that Sportswear are summer essentials And Christensen's hiave all the gay young clothes you 11 want for eveiy outdoor activity! See these bright new fashions today . .-. marvel at their low prices 1 Play Suits $l.98 to $6.95 Slack Suits $1.98 to $6.96 Swim Suits $1.98 to $8.96 Slacks $1,29 to $2.98 Slack Ensembles $1.98 to $7.96 Gypsy Suits $2.96 to $10.96 The latest novelty styles—the Newest Sport Fabrics;— Including Spun Rayons, Gabardines, Sharkskins, Hopsacklng. Prints, Solids. "Breezer Top" Shorts *n Shirts $1 each America's pet sports costume! Cool classic shirts, pleated Shorts, Washable, prints, pastels. See them in Our New Air Conditioned Sportland CHRISTENSEN'S

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