The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 1934 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 15, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, November 15, 1934 Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Cook of Mori an, -were visitors h-:re a week ago Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. P. K. Sawyer visited friends In St. Paul Sunday and Mon- 'day. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffith returned home Monday after visiting friends in .fit. Paul Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Quinen BJuatrom underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Kos- •suth hospital Suflday evening. William and Frtsl Zelgler spent Monday at the home of their brother. Elmer, ill at his home In Mason City. Rev. T. 3. Dflvern left Tuesday for Des Moines where he expected to stay a few days on ft business mission. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Norton and son, Richard, and Mrs. ddney Laird, visited in Des Moines Thursday of last •week. Harriet Smith, mentor of the school faculty at. Ware, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Smith Sunday evening. Kenneth Knutson and Thelma Byvank of Minneapolis spent Saturday and Sunday here with friends and relatives. W. H. Oodden attended a mestlnjj of the Iowa monument dealers which •was held Monday and Tuesday in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Little and family were guests of the former's brother, Charles E. Little, Jr., at Humbollt on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Hertlg and family visited the latter's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Blome, Sr., at Elmore, Sunday. W. E. Laird has been confined to his bed the last few days with an attack of gall bladder trouble. Hie is improving at this writing. Mrs. T. H. ChrtschiUes and Marie Wehler were visitors at th* J. H. Auner riome in Des Moines Thursday and Friday of last week. Chester Benson spent Sunday and Monday at Des Moines. Wlllard ler accompanied him visiting his sister, Alice Zelgkr, employed In that city. Joe Blooml (Says Read These Specials ••••••••••••••I Shells | Remington K|eanbore] 79C Box of 26 mm] Batteries 13 plate, guaranteed |$2.98 K ex. "Motor'Oii' gallon, plus tax Winter Plow !•••••••••••••• B BATTERIES 45 volt 77c ••••••••••••••• FELT CAB MATS ,...££?.... HEATERS , Model A, 98c . \mmmmmmmmmmmmmammt] GENERATORS Model T $2.49 exch. •••••••••••••• STOVE PIPE 6 in. 24 in length 17c •••••••i 30x3y 2 Tires Lulu Kohl, Mrs. Ethel Morrison and A. E. Anderson spent the week end in Minneapolis with friends. Lulu visited her two brothers. Harvey and O«o. Rev. C. Ahmann spent Sunday and Monday In his home town, Remsen Monday he said a month memory mass for a deceased former pastor of Remsen. Rev. Schulte. Harold Palkenhalner, who Is with the state accounting department which audits books of the various state instl- ;utions Is now located at Iowa City for the next few months. Dr. P. V. Janse accompanied a group of doctors from Port Dodge to Iowa City where he witnessed the Iowa- Purdue football game Saturday. He returned Sunday afternoon. Mr: and Mrs. Bert Deal were business visitors In Des Moines Tuesday Mrs. Neal Smith and Irene Cort? visited in Cedar Palls with the former's daughter, Leona, and also visited In Waterloo. pleas Among those from here who attend- dav Jd the homecoming |game at Cedar Palls Saturday were: D. W. Collins Miss Wilcox, Ida Halpln, Maurice Michel, Esther Dearchs, Bob Post, and Ila Leffert. A. J. Tilton of Fort Dodge came on Saturday to the home of his sister Mrs. Daisy Cook. They went that evening to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Tilton in Gowrle, returning again Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephenson left Wednesday of last week for Newton to visit their son, Ellis. From there Mr. Stephenson expected to go to Iowa City to continue his treatmens for pernicious anemia. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Jones were made grandparents for the first time las week Wednesday wh«n a Jon was born to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Montgomery In Akron, the latter will be remember 3 as Lucille Jones. Mrs. Lavere, Mrs. Rogers, and Mrs Steussy, nil of LuVerne, were guests o Mrs. P. V. Janse Saturday. Mrs. Jmi- so accompanied them home and visit cd until Sunday afternoon. She returned here with Dr. Janse. who stop pcd nt LuVerne enrouto home from Iowa City. Mrs. C. C. Wright was taken ill o i Wednesday of last week with the fl and was confined to her b:d. At th I j present time she is able to sit up a lit |jtl each day. Mrs. Agnes Miller too care of her for a time and Nrtti Brandow is now taking care of Mr. Wright and the household duties. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Loomls of Wo] back, Nebraska, visited her* Wednes day with the latter's cousin, Miss Liz zle Hohn and Mr. and Mrs. T. H Holmes. They had attended the Cen tury of Progress and visited in WIs consln and southern Illinois. The kft for home Thursday via Fort Dodge Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schoomake of Sanborn came here Friday for week end visit with their daughte Mrs. Edward Ostrum. Mrs. Schoomaker became ill while visiting and Is still here at present, although her condition is much improved. Mr. Schoomaker returned to Sanborn Monday. Mrs. John Lamuth'a daughters gathered at the Lam-uth home Sunday and helped her oekbrate net- birthday anniversary. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ryno, two sons, Misses Ircna Lamuth and Luclte Bode of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Puth of Britt and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode nnd family of Union. Carl J. Neuman writes from Macon, Missouri, to have his Upper Des Moln- c.s sent to Shell Rack, Iowa, where he expects to spend the winter. He says that farmers around Macon have no corn or oat crop this year, but plenty Louis Lynk left Thursday on a busl- ess trip to Waterloo. Lewis Schneider of West Bend was caller Saturday at the D. L. Habe- er home. Edgar Finnell, student at Iowa State Colkge, visited at his home over the r eek end. Mrs. James Godden has been quite 11 the past week but is now able to be ip and around again. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ireland and their laughter visited at the Jack Gaurley home In Corwith Sunday. Claire Blossom, who is employed by he AAA in Des Moines, spent th', 1 week end with his parents here. Helene Lynge of Sheldon was a guest iver the week end of Betty Edge, the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Edge. Mr. and Mrs. John G. McDowell and >aby expect to visit the former's mo- her In Waterloo this next week end. Margaret Helen Hahn. of Spencer was week end guest in th Dr. and Mrs. '. H. Edge home, a guest of Miss Bety. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Brundag? and laughter. Maxine, were business and pleasure visitors In Mason City Sun- ay. Luke Linnan addressed the students if the academy high school Monday afternoon on the Armistice Day pro- ram. Irma Grein-er and Segrid Strom spert Sunday in Mason City where they vis- ted a time at the home of the lat- «r's brother. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McEvoy, Misses Jary Biggins, Christine and Carrie Wernert attended the St. Joe parish party Sunday evening. G-sorge Free returned Monday morn- ng to Fort Dodge where he Is employed, after visiting Sunday with his mo- .her, Mrs. G. H. Free. Floyd Saunders kft Monday of this week for Sioux Falls, South Dakota, o attend a business meeting. He cx- jected to be gone most of this week. Armistice Speaker fOourfcesy Mason City O.-Gazette Luke Linnan, Algona attorney, wns the guest of honor and principal speaker at an Armistice Day program at Mason City, held last Friday In the Mason Clf.y high school auditorium. The theme of his tnlk was in effect that despite declarations to the contrary, the WnrW War was not fought in vain, and that the men who served, did so in defense of the ideals and principles which they believed right and Just. Ekanor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre, has been sick for a week with a serious case of tonsilitls. She is not much Improved in health at this writing. Rev. and Mrs. C. Paul Carlson and baby visited friends In Rolfe Monday afternoon. Rev. Carlson had charge of the Presbyterian church there before coming to Algona. Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves, Miss Quimby and Miss Morris attended the homecoming game at Cedar Falls Saturday and visited, in Wajkrloo and Cedai Rapids before returning Sunday. The Bible Searchers class of the M. E. church meet Tuesday at the home of Mrs. N. A. Smith. Miss Hohn, Mes- damcs Douglas, Btenchard and Robert Runchey are assisting hostesses. Mrs. Louis Lynk returned Thursday from Belmond where she had visited since Tuesday. Her father, W. H. Wolle. has been seriously 111 but is showing Improvement at this wrltnlg. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lieserer. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hackbarth, Arnold Hlntz, Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner were Mr. and Mrs. Grouse and daughter, Pauline of Boonc were visitors at the Chairles Kuchynka home Sunday. Mrs. E. R. Sellstrom was called to Gowrle, Iowa, Sunday, by the serious illness of her brother, who is expected to live. Mr. and Mrs. John Haggard of Spencer were guests several days last week at the horp.'j of John's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker and the lattcr's mother, Mrs. Mary Otto, visited friends and relatives in Holstein, Iowa, Sunday and Monday. Birch Matron left Tuesday evening for Iowa City where he will undergo medical treatment. Mrs. Chris Knudsen. who takes th? Kossuth patient' back and forth took him to Iowa City K. D. James, Melzar Fnlkenhainrv E. W. Lusby of Algeria and Otto Bjornstad of Sp:ncer attended a druggists' meeting of group No. 4 at Oelwein Tuesday. Mrs. B. F. Southgate will attend the annual Missionary Thank Offering meeting Friday at Britt, Mrs. Southgate will give a report of the Congregational meeting at Grlnnell on the program. 1 fifeorge St. John, his mother-in law, Mrs. Klahr, and Mrs. B. F. South gate, spent Sunday in Rochester wher the'flrst two visited Mrs. St. John wh underwent an operation recently at S' The Lttdiw Aid mot in the school bn.srment Friday afternoon with Mrs. Albert Krpssln as hosU-JS. Twenty- two visitors from Whtitrmore, F:ntor., Algona and this congregation were in attendance. Mrs. Louise Ruhnke, aged mother of Mrs. Robert Dreycr, was brought to the local cemetery for burial Sunday afterno-on. She was a resident in this locality for many years before going to LuVerne. Rev. and Mrs. E. Fiene and daughter, Ada, attended a farewell party at West Bend Friday evening given for Rev. I. G. Kitzman and family who are leaving for Rev. Kitzman's new charge at Dillon, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlwes received the glad news that they became grandparents aa a son was born to Mr. and Mis. Evejrett Dreyer at Penton the past w«ek. Mrs. Dreyer Is the former Ida Kohlwes of this place. Rupert Leudtke has been 111 with the flu the past week. Betty Ann Gengler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler and Edward Ruhnke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke, are ill with the measks and Bernice Pompe has been ill with yellow Jaundice the past week. Mrs. Fred Meyer entertained the following at dinner Friday evrnlng in honor of her husband's birthday: Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Boettchor and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz and family and Win. Meyer and his daughter, Lorena. tQ&S&GSKS)^^ \ SEXTON NEWS § entertained for supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hlntz last Friday. Earl Sprague of the Algona Upper D:s Moines, witnessed the Minnesota- Indiana football game Saturday at Minneapolis. Sunday he visited with friends in Good Thunder, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. James Y:akel and family of Kanawha and Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Ycnkel and family of Renwlck and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Morris and daughter of Britt were guests Sunday at the Fred Zeigler home. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. B. Kohnke and family recently visited at Minneapolis and Delano, Minnesota. Willie there "Buzz" attended the Michigan-Minnesota game while Eileen was of a cousin who attends the university. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Puxson pxvx-ct to next Monday for I>'.s M;incs busi- feed. The country around Macon is mostly a coal mining district. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischllles and sons were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delbcrt Potter at Fort Dodge Sunday. In the afternoon, the Chrischilles family met Mrs. Chrischilles' mother, Mrs. Sallle Kranz, who had visited the past two weeks in OorreotionviUe and Holstein with friends. Mrs. Kranz accompanied them home here Sunday evening. Roy Pickens has been made manager of the Council Oftk store at Hartley. He and his family will move to their new location the last of the week. Roy has been assistant manager of the local Council Oak store for the past few years and friends will be glad to learn' of his promotion. Gerald Bomgars of Sp«ncer is helping out at the store temporarily. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Loomer of Wolback, Nebraska, were guests cf Mr. an-1 Mrs. T. H. Holmes Wednesday and Thusrdaji of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Loomer were on their way home from a three months' trip through the east. I Mrs. T. H. Holmes has taken Mrs. F. L. Tribon's place on the old age pension board. Mrs. Tribon was forced o resign recently because of other duties. $3.49 •••••••••••••••• Alcohol Rustproof, odorless Get our prices first !•••••••••••••••' Varnish |4-Hour dry, $1.86 value] This week, gallon RIFLE SHELLS 22 shorts, 15c box \mmmmmmmmummmmmmmi INTERIOR GLOSS PAINT quart 59C at. nmmummmmmmmnmmmi Coast-toCoast Store Joe Bloom it with friends. The Paxsoiis will return the following Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrlstensen nnd son, Bobby, and Mrs. ChrLstenson's brother, Bud Qulnn cf Woodstoclt. Minnesota, visited at the Joel Horbft home Sunday. Mrs. Herbst Is a sister of Mrs. Chrlstensen and Bud. Luke Linnan drove to Mason City Friday and was the speaker on an Armistice program at the Mason City public high school. He spoke to an audience of about 1500. Luke was accompanied by Rev. T. J. Davern. Irving Elbert ls now employed in the Henry Furst barber shop located beneath Steele's clothing store. Irvin, who Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph ElUart of near Algctna recent completed a course in bartering in Cedar Rapids. Editor and Mrs. W. F. Miller of Livermore, their son, Editor and Mrs. Leon Miller of Renwlck and the latter's daughter, Mrs. Harl Gimer and husband of Renwlck were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al Peterson Sunday. W. F. is one of the outstanding old time editors cf northern Iowa, having been editor of the Livermore Gaz-itte for forty years. His son Is now editor of the Renwick Times. A SMART COIFFURE The charming new ways of di-essiiig the hair call for such soft undulations and ringleted ends as are created by our permanent s. Morrison Beauty Shoppe Phone 279 Mrs. Ho.nry Hawloy, daughter Mr'. nomi DeWilde and the latter's little daughter, Constance Joy of Ma-son City came Saturday and visited over Sunday at the home of her sister, Mrs. B. E. Sanders and husband. Mr. and Mrs. August Kirsehbiuim and children. Kathryn and Leo, drove to Britt Sunday afternoon where they were supper guests at the home of Mrs. Kirschbaum's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Elscnman and family. Mr. and M)rs. Wra Greenfield of Irvington and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Runchey and daughter, Mary of near Al- gcna were all Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Greenfield and daughter, Edith. Wm. Greenfield Is an uncle of Arthur Greenfield and Mrs. Runchey is a cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, sons Wilbur and Everett, niece and nephew, Alice and George Camp were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Merriam and family near Corwith. Others there were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and two little sons. Harvey Duane and Nell Lloyd of near Bancroft. Relatives of Wm. Huff pleasantly surprised him. last week Thursday evening when they came in for supper to help him celebrate his birthday. Supper guests,were: Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gardner and little daughter, Donna Jean of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Lc'li? Huff of Plum Creek nnd Mrs. Mary Huff and two sons, Ray and Clarence of Sexton. Kiwanis Club Pick* New Officers Today John Momyer and Ernst Thiel, an representatives of the Veterans of For- tlgn Wars and American Legion, were guests last Thursday at the weekly Ki- wanls meeting. On the program, Joe Lowe gave an Armistice Day talk. At the mettlng prior to this, nominations were made for officers for the coming year. They are as follows: president, Duane D:wel. Joe Orenberg, Roy Bjustrom; vice president, P. J. Kohlhaa*. H. M. Smith; board of directors, four to be chosen. Bill Steele, Dr. H. M. Olson, Abner Long, Charles Taylor, Joe Bloom, Bill Barry, Alf Kresenaky. Election Is being held at the meeting today (Thursday). Appreciation Members of the S. O. O. S. club of the Algona high school desire to ex* press their appreciation to the fire department and The Algona Upper Des Moines for their cooperation in connection with the recent celebration before the Humboldt game, and also to the merchants who aided In the undertaking of the affair. Signed, committee Notice Gilbert Hargreaves wlsh-rs to express his sincere thanks to his many friends who supported him so loyally during the past campaign and election. 46 Mary's hospital. Her condition is muc better. Mrs. Southgate visited wltr eld friends. Guy Stokes, injured recently in the train wreck near Spencer, was able to return to his duties as mall clerk last Thursday after a week spent in convalescing at his home here. He completed his trip Sunday evening and was ferlinjf fine. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon returned Monday evening from Omaha where they had gone on a business trip. Sunday, cnroute to Omaha, th-c McMahons took their nieit- and nephew. Ann and Jimmy Duhigg back to their home in Emnu'tsburg. They had visited here sine the nn-vioir. \V;'<)iif.sduy. Charles Steil and hts family are here from Portland. Oregon, nnd nre at pre. local. d with Charle. ' lather, Joe Htcll. Chiis., who has betn operating u bakery in Portland lor several years. reoeiiily sold out. He wu.s married whit. in the west and has u little 1 daughter, Bonnie Rosu, who Ls about two years old. Mr.-:. Matt Obtrrbau r's condition Ls Iniorovc-d and she was taken Edith Greenfield helped Mrs. Oscar lammond near Wesley pick gerrc on Monday morning and dress them for market. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Steven and wo sons of near Bancroft were vlslt- irs with relatives in Sexton Sunday ivenlng. The Sexton Ladles' Aid will meet next week Wednesday afternoon, Nov. Qlst. at the home of Mrs. Arthur Greenfield. Everyone is invited. George Yanser returned home Monday from Des Moines where he had been visiting at the home of his uncle, Dewey Hughes for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thompson and family drove to Rockford last week on Saturday where they visited at the home of Mr. Thompson's sister nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Neuman were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Hedrlck near Irvington. Mrs. Hedrlck is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neuman. The Sexton Ladles' Aid and friends were invited to Irvington last week on Thursday afternoon to attend their Aid meeting. Sixteen ladles went from Sexton and everyone enjoyed it. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oxley, northwest of town, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hartley to Fairmont last week Thursday where they enjoyed watching the corn huoking contest. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stratton, their daughter Yvonne, son Russcl and a friend of Brltt were Sunday evening supper guests at the home of Mrs. Stratum's mother, Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mrs. Sarah Wise and daughter, Nell visited last week Wednesday after noon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven nnd family near Bancroft. Mrs. Steven before her marrl- was Dorothy Wise. WWWWWVWVWWWbVtf^^ FUR Trapping Season now open—Nov. 15 to January 15 You may trap muskrats during the open season. Bring in your Fur. PHONE 118 Joe Greenberg home from the Kossuth hospital Wednesday. Her son, L. M. Osterbauer, returned to his home in. Ottawa, Illinois, Wednesday an dher son-in-law, Wm. O. Boger, plans to return to his home in Omaha today. Mrs. Boger will remain for a longer visit. Mrs. Bernard Tierney, Mrs. Maurice Cullen and children, Terry and Mary, all of Mason City, drove here Friday and visited over the week end. Mrs. Tlcrney visited at the George Holtzbauer home and Mrs. CuU;n and her children at the A. Strelt home. They returned to Mason City Sunday evening and were accompanied by Mrs. Tkrney's daughter, Marilyn, and Mrs. Agnes Laidley. Tli • latter two have visited here a mcinh. Mrs. Agnes E niinkman of Waterloo was n W. Baldwin h, lust week at the \V She was here on business muitrr-, lollowing the discovery U 1 V. \U' chiklri 11 w* u i';o that she and her U> th. 1 estate of her hi '• hu-buinl. Lr.n 'i Dlinkmaii. Tile (ii.-i'ovi-Ty of t!i:' htnlr v.'as mudt- when Mr.i. Blinkm.niS :/ n '.v \A injured in .111 iiu'i) .ntii! n: i. ;•'•:' Fairmont, v.l. ri: til. 1 1; •> > ui'.i 1 '. . J. A. Blinin in arat U .•.! until r< • of l. . • Mi... Mi rrtnrv m Linni!". >. h r p. by Pli '.'. nu'i'ly < ': i and at n place :>: ; h r br< ' Topf v :t until M iT'.urm-:! i:capolLs Ti li\c<. 'Ill • );!ri'.;;: IP..-, scp- i!>. l-i \ ••!;•-, ,i-; , and not M f..';Ynt (i/.f l '.;:liv.' • i::iow i, ; ••-.hi i!l . .••! 'l-.-Df.' ,••; i • i-:u'liv:in ollnv.i. r. i- ?.k-M :i I'-'.tr '•'" . i ''•>': !!:.•> '. ' . • - u; ..1 h: Maunc<j Mc.Mah.,u A'.'.'onit !ii';:i school. Ih'r ir..-.o 1 was tak^i by Persons. Mr.-;. liiilu :• in Hu'iiboldl \ . • ' • ' ul this week. SI)..' .in 1 ill. n left for Min;iy in.rning. Mrs. Topi's ,1 1., i lii mother, v.lio hv- :> in Minneapolis, not in the of ! with. LOTTS CREEK NEWS Fancy Goldfish Telescopes, Fantails, Slnibunkiiis. and common varieties for fish howls and aquariums. 10c-15c-20c-25c Each We also carry in stock a supply of Aquarimus, Fish Moss, Fish Food and supplies. Algona Greenhouses Phone :«),") Superior Coal Order a Load of Superior Coal Today Tf von fry one load, yon will come find order again, because yon will be satisfied. OUR LINK OF FUELS IS COMPLETE Call Us Today Phone 229 F. S. Norton & Son This Is National Cheese Week We have the largest assortment of cheeses in town Look This List Over Aiuoii"- others we fea- 1 lire- — rncolored New York Cream Cheese, rich and snappy, per Ib.' Mrs. P. W. Mittag assisted at the homo ci i'c-r sun. Herman, Tuesday. Mark- Schalhn i» again at home alter havin;; bivn at the B.n Schmidt home for i>oine lime. Among those from here who attended the corn lurking contest ut Fairmont on Thursday were CharKs Vigdahl and i»as, Raymond and Lorenz, Fred leading and Arthur PuersUmau. Mr. and Mrs. Herman HinU were guests at dinner on Friday noon at the home of the foruKr's parents, Mr and Mrs. Louis HiuU of Algona in honor o{ the elder Mrs. Hintz's birth day. Roqueford, imported from France, best tfl u-rade made. 11). __ $ l Phones 290 291 We Deliver You (jjet Only Duality Food at. .. Don't, forget our Richelieu Macaroni, two packages ____ Pure Quill Coffee, :! Ib. glass jars ____ Single pounds _____ 35c A>k us about the return of the empty jars and coupons. It brings the price- down to 26 uc — for the best coffo. gtuig. Our old fashioned New Buckwheat Hour is uow i York Tempting Tidbits Cheaper Than Ever Scandinavian style lC_ Appitte Cheese, pg. *"*' Old English cheese Npivad, in glass __ Phildelphia Cream, per,, kg ---------- ROOD h&ie VinA Class Food at Al Times at AKRE'S A Home Store at Votir 8ervit«

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