The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1933 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 30, 1933
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The Algona ttppre^ Nov. 30,1933 «£ Local ftftd Mtt. Bud Merrlfield spent in Mason city. jraekson visited in Mew Hampton over the week end, . , 11iut8day •open Wednesday evening until 9 o'clock. . and Mrs. P. L, Thorpe and their Children spent Fort Dodge. Sunday afternoon In Mrs. Russell Weaver left Sunday for Mason City to visit friends the first .part of this week. _Mrs. H. L. Hoenk spent last week In Etnmetsburg visiting her parents Mr and Mrs. Joe Martini. Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Stewart and their daughter drove to Mason City Sunday •where they spent the day. Mr. and Mrs. chet Williams were -Visitors at the F. R. Bandy home In BMtt Sunday, where they spent the •day, Mr. and Mrs. w. D. Howie and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hargreaves drove to Minneapolis Saturday jrand spent the week end there. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Llesener, Mrs. Emllie Kahn and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mlntz visited the Will Tiede home at LUVerne last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Menzel and baby boy of Des Moines spent the week end at the home of the letter's parents, Mr. •and Mrs. M. P. Weaver.' • Mr. and Mrs.,. E. o. Handier were ;-visitors over the week end at the home ; «f the latter's sister, Mrs. Clyde Shel- itfon, who lives near Eldora. | Mrs. Mary Murtha, mother of Mrs. Ann Frankl, left Saturdat for Waterloo and Falrbank where she will spend this week visiting relatives. ! Mrs. H.H.:Rowe of Lake Park, Iowa, .-arrived-Monday night at the home of lier daughter; Mrs. v. H. Coffin, where she will visit until after Thanksgiving. '•" Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutching and son, Donald and Eugene, and Mrs. Hutchins 1 mother, Mrs. Ida'Minkler, -spent Sunday in Ames visiting with friends. Over night guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzineyer Monday were Drs. Green and Plass of Iowa City who were in charge of the medical meeting here. ' Misses Margaret Hinton, Helen Watson, Margaret Bernlnghaus, Merna Anderegg and Marcella Mertz of west Bend spent the first part of the week visiting in Algona. The dance for the young people, sponsored by the Eastern Star, and held at the Temple last Friday evening was a great success. Plans for another are being made. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Loreng spent Sunday in council Bluffs With the for- her home flier's mother, Mrs. O. Lweuz. They accompanied Mrs. Fred Wehler, Ray- WU 1 mond and Marie, who drove to Offiaha. Mrs. W. J. Becker is recovering from a skin poisoning with which she wad been suffering nhd past two wfeeks. The poisoning resulted from using water from a recently repaired cistern. Dr. and Mrs. David Shaw of Brltt were dinner guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. John Keneflck Monday evening. Following the dinner, the two doctors attended the medical meeting. Christine Knutsen of near Plum Creek underwent an appendicitis operation Friday afternoon. Her condition is very satisfactory now. Miss Knutsen Is teaching at Lone Rock this year. Mrs. Harry McCorkle and Son, sonny, are expected back here Wednesday after a three months' visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, M. Jasperson, at Olendale, California. Dr. McCorkle will drive to Boone Wednesday to meet them. Ernest Wheelock of Douglas, Arizona, visited a few days last week with his brother; John Wheelock. It was his first visit to Algona in about twenty- five years. Mr. Wheelock had been in the east on business before coming, to Algona. Mr. and Mrs. c. H. Taylor will leave Wednesday morning for Chicago where they will visit their daughter, Mrs. Campbell Humphrey, until the following Sunday. Mrs. Humphrey will then accompany them home for a visit here of about three weeks. Mrs. Chester Long and daughter, Gertrude drove to Mason City Saturday. Saturday evening there instituted a Rainbow society for girls, sponsored by the Masons and Stars, and forty-two girls were initiated. Gertrude was elected as one of the officers. Mrs. R. M. Wallace Is at the Worrell hospital in Rochester where she is recovering nicely from an operation performed the middle of last week. Dr. Wallace accompanied her last Tuesday and returned Friday elvening. Mrs. Wallace is expected home in about two weeks. Little James Keneflck, 8 year old son of Mrs. Margaret Keneflck, received a deep gash in his forehead last Thursday morning when he was playing around the swings at school. It was necessary to takes five stitches to close the wound which extended to the skull. He is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith and son, Donnie, Mrs. H. R. Cowan and son, Dick, left Friday for Des Moines, where _ rt ,,,„„_ / ,.,, they visited at the home of their un- | oidahoW ritv' cle, Walter Parsons. They also visited °™Z c j£. Specialists in Federal Land Bank Farm Loans for Kossuth, Hancock, Humboldt, Emmet, Palo Alto, Wright, and Pocahontas counties. SEE US First or Last. McDonald & Co. Iowa State Bank Bldg. Phone 120. . Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Batindm were visitors at the Vic Anderson home at Rockwell, Iowa, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. R, chrtsehlUes were Etiests at the Joe Auner home in Dee Moines over the week end. Mrs. W. A. Dutton left last Wednesday for Toledo, Iowa, where she visited her sister, Mrs. prank Wild. Friday afternoon Mr. Dutton drove there after her and the two returned home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. August Carlson of Sheldahl arrived Friday at the home of their cousin, Arthur Helberg. Sunday they visited at the home of an aunt in Swea cHy. They returned to their home Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas and two Sons, Bobby and Dean, drove to Cresco Sunday where Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas will visit with her sister, Mrs. Joe Llckteig, until Thanksgiving. The family will then go to Cresco after her. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hart of Bancroft were dinner guests at the L. J. Nelson lome Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gary, also of Bancroft, visited Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Monday. Mr. Gary Is professor of the Bancroft schools. The senior class of the West Bend high school, twenty members In all, were in Algona Monday to have their vctures taken at the Peterson Studio. Three of the class Donald Cobb, Lester 3algeman and Freddie Kucker, visited his office in the morning. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin s. Carr and two children. Bobby and Katherlne Joan Ireton, Iowa, visited at the home of tfrs. carr's mother, Mrs. John Caugh- In and daughter, Drusilla, during the Carr is the former Sunday the group week end. Mrs. Ivadei caughlin. .._ , __ „.„, went to the home of another daughter, rtrs. Andrew Hansen at Titonka, where they were present for dinner. Those from here who attended the oint meeting of the American Legion and Auxiliary Thursday evening at Wesley were: Miss Arnold, Mrs. M. A. Bartholomew, Mrs. Ann Zittritsch, Mrs. I. D. clapsaddle, Mrs. Jeannette McMurray, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hovey, Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Naudain, Mr. and Mrs. !d Sheehan, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mo- hurray, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Merrit, Jr. and Mrs. John Dutton, Mr. and tfrs. o. D. Brundage, Mr. and Mrs. larry Hargreaves, Joe Bloom, John AJomyer and Charles Berringer. Algona Episcopal Pastor Goes to California Algona folks will be sorry to learn at Rev. Louis Denninghoff of Emetsburg has resigned as the Episcopal astor there and is moving to Oklahoma his week, where he has been appoint- YOUNG WESLEY MAN TAKES BRIDE IN CHURCH CEREMONY TUESDAY HerttflaWolf, Clare Wingert Speak Vows; Couple Leave for Week's Trip Wesley: A pretty church wedding took place Tuesday morning at eight o'clock when Miss Hertula WOlf, daughter of Frank Wolf, became the bride of Clare Wins-crt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wingert. The happy couple, attended by Miss Rita Wingert and at Lewis, Iowa, at the home of their brother, Art Smtlh, who recently moved there from Streeter, 111. The visit- Saturday evening there was instituted a ors returned Sunday evening. Prances Steussy returned to her home here Sunday after completing her nurses' training at Iowa City. Enroute home she visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. Theo. Pech at Central City and brought with, her her twin daughters. Ruth Ann and Mary Ellen, age five. They will visit with their grandmother, Mrs. Freda Steussy until after Christmas when their parents will come after them. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Erickson left on Friday for Minneapolis where they visited ai, the home of the former's brother, Fred Erickson. There they were met by Mrs. Belle Wesley of Rhinelander, Wisconsin, mother of Mrs. O. W. Erickson, who accompanied them home Sunday. Mrs. Wesley will spend the winter here. Mrs. Fred Erickson also accompanied the Ericksons home and will visit here for about two weeks. Flowers for Thanksgiving Choose beautiful chrysantheniums for your table centerpiece on Thanksgiving Day, If invited out to dinner, let us suggestia "thank you" bouquet for your hostess. We have a fine selection of "mums" and pompoms to choose from in all of the popular autumn colors. Prices are reasonable, too.. Algona Greenhouses connection with his pastorate at Emmetsburg, has been supplying the Algona Episcopal pulpit and has made many friends here during the past year. He was also very popular at Emmetsburg and all will regret his departure. He has been ordered to report for duty as vicar by December 1st, and will leave for Oklahoma the last of this week. His family will follow him in a few weeks. Former Algona Boy Plays in Big Game " Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark, Miss Winifred Hampel, Luverne wetterling and John C. Love, all of Garner, went to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania recently, where they attended the Army-Navy football game on Saturday afternoon of last week. They expect to return to Garner about Monday evening. Midshipman W. C. Clark son of Frank Clark, and former resident of Algona, is playing fullback on the Navy eleven. Phone 305 We Deliver. Basket Grocery Thanksgiving Bargains For November 23 and 24 Complete Stock of Fruit and Vegetables CHOCOLATE, Monarch, % Ib. none better 8 1-oz, squares for BLACK WALNUT MEATS, California, one-half pound for Cranberries, fine 01 - I Oysters, stock lim- quality, color, 2 Ibs fcildited fresh from coast, qt. BLUE BARREL Laundry Soap, 6 bars for Fresh Frozen Strawberries with Shortcakes. You must visit our store to enjoy the immense dis play of bargains. Academy Cagers Start Basketball practice at St. Cecelia's academy was under way this week, with four lettermen out. They are Omar Kelly, Wade Hansen. John Baker and Bill Daughan. The first game is slated for Dec. 11, against Pocahontas on the local floor. bv Miss Rita Wingert .... Harofa WoiT. sister and broUver of the bridal couple, entered the church to a weddlnjr march clayed by Sister M. Lydla and were met at the altar by the Rev. A. J. Wanner, who read the vows and celebrated the nuptial mass. The bride wore a beautiful floor-lenRth medium blue silk velvet gown, and wore on her head, a beautiful sliver metallic hat. Both the bride and her bridesmaid were adorned with corsage bou- nuets of sweet peas and roses. Following the ceremony the bridal party mo- lored to the home of the bride's father where a weddlnor breakfast was in waiting for them and the members of the two Immediate families. The bride is a graduate of the Wes- ey high school in the class of 1929, after which she completed a course in justness at the Mankato Business Col- ege since which time she has been home sharing with her sister the responsibilities of caring for the home. Mr. Wingert. is one of .the promising young farmers in thfa locality and .heir many young friends wish them much happiness in their married life. Following the weddln* breakfast, they eft for a week's trip »••> visit friends and relatives in points in Iowa. Church Members Meet A business meeting of the members of the Congregational church was held Saturday night and officers for the coming year were elected. Ole Flom was named chairman; Peter Seaberg, reasurer, and Mrs. Silas Skow, secre- ary; August Engstrom and Peter Seaberg, trustees. L. P. Olson and Swan felson, deacons, ancT Swan Nelson, Jan- tor. Jorgen Skow was elected Sunday School superintendent with the board consisting of Ole Flora, Mrs. Silas Skow and Marlon Paulson. The first full veek in January will be set aside as prayer week, with meetings to be held tiaiiv in homes of members. Special meetings will be held during the year with outside speakers assisting with services. Basketball Season Opens The Wesley high school opened the basketball season here Friday night with two boys' games with Renwlck, and for the local teams did not prove so victorious. The second team was defeated with a score of .8 to 25 and the first team 21 to 25. The next basketball came will be held December 8 and will be played with Whlttemore high school here. Meyers-Srraln Father A. J. Wagner officiated at an 8 o'clock wedding Monday morning at the St. Joseph's Catholic church when Miss Nellie Meyers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meyers, of Fort Dodge, became the bride of Fabian Strain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Strain of Fort Dodge. They were attended by friends, Lewis and Luelia Derig, also of Fort Dodge-. Mr. and Mrs. Strain have been assisting with home and farm work in the Wesley community for the past several months. LAKOTA NEWS The E. R. Worley family were entertained Sunday at the E. L. Grabau home. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball were entertained at dinner Sunday at the Harvey Johnson home. Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson enjoyed a visit Sunday from Mr. Johnsons' sister and family of Kanawha. Mrs. Harry Mussman visited last Saturday at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Kiester at Elmore. The Ralph Olson family of Ledyard were supper guests Sunday evening at the Rev. F. O. Johnson home. Mrs. Guy Hart and her mother, Mrs. Mary Seger of Bancroft were visitors last Friday at the Wade Ball home. Mrs. Andrew Jansen and son, Lamont spent last Friday night at the home of her sister, Mrs. Michael Winter at Mason City. W. J. Fuller of Spencer spent one night last week at the Harvey Johnson home. Mr, Fuljer is an uncle of Mrs. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bruer were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Peter's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weinberger near Buffalo Center. The E. L. Dow family of Sheffield were here Sunday and spent the day at the home of Mrs. DOW'S parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mussman. A surprise party was held Monday evening at the H. R. Trenary home, it being Durwood's 17th birthday. The entire high school and faculty were invited. Hugh and Mary Jane Lewis returned home Sunday from a two weeks' stay at Eagle Grove, where Hugh had been picking corn and Mary Jane visited with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Rlppentrop went to Mason City last Saturday where they visited until Monday at the homes of their daughters, the Mesdames Michael Winter and Earl Goodnow. On Monday Mrs. Winter took them to Ro- chesicr, where Mrs. Rippentrop will go through the May hospital for further examination. A get together meeting was held at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening, when the Methodists and Presbyterians and the Farm Bureau held a service. A large crowd was in attendance. The program consisted of scripture reading and prayer, a quartette by Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson, Miss Hulva Sanden and Ralph Olson, a duet by Mr. and Mrs. Holcomb. duet bv Norma Heetland and Katherlne Berschman, talks by County Agent Morrison nnd Judee Ouarton of Algona. Mr. Miller, who was to talk -| as called away bv the illness of his father, so Mr. Quarton came to take his place. The Foreign -Missionary society will meet this week Friday afternoon with Mrs. Fred A. Dlekmann. Miss Louise Fox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fox, is suffering with a siege of chicken pox this week. The Thanksgiving service at the St. Joseph's Catholic church will be held Thursday morning at eight o'clock. The American Legion boys sponsored their, annual Thanksgiving feather party at the Legion rooms Tuesday night of this week. Miss Edith SpiUer of Belmond has spent the past two weeks here with her two aunts. Mrs. Fred Seefeld and Miss Hannah Nelson. Mrs. carl Franaen and Mrs. Raymond Hanson will be hostesses to the members and friends of the Ladies Aid at the Franeen home Dec. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Froehlich drove to Williams last Wednesday where they spent several days with his sister, Mrs. Lawrence Ricke and family. Father Dominic Licktelg spent from Saturday night until Wednesday here visiting his two brothers, Lou and John Licktelg and families. His home is in Teaneck, New Jersey. Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Felt left Monday for Mason City to spend some time with his ailing mother before go- Ing on to Florida to spend the remainder of the winter with their daughter, Mrs. Earl Ranck. The union services to be held by the members of the Congregational and Methodist, churches in Wesley at the Methodist church Thanksgiving morning will commence at ten o'clock with Rev. R. E. Bernsten delivering the sermon. Mr. and Mrs. John Ormsby, Mrs. L. J. Lorenz and Miss Verna Kerrlns attended the funeral Friday of their friend and old time neighbor, Charles Castle, 60, who died the fore part of the week following several weeks of illness. Miss Anna Johnson accompanied by several friends of Boone spent Saturday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Silas Skow. The friends came to spend some of their time hunting pheasants and were awarded several birds for their hunting expedition. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark and family drove to Rake Sunday to spend the day with their daughter, Helen, who is instructor in the home economics department in the Rake schools. This day also marked a birthday anniversary for Mrs. Funnemark. Miss Isabel Kerrins, manager of the local telephone exchange, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hancher of Algona to Mason City Friday night where they attended a banquet and party Riven for the employees of the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. of this district. Mrs. Charles Downs accompanied by her son, Homer and his wife of Titonka, left Friday noon for Campus. Illinois, in response to word received that her sister's husband, Matt Mulligan, had passed away Thursday evening. Funeral services were held Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kleinpeter were guests Sunday at the home of their son, Vincent in Algona. and of course made the acnualnta'nce of Vincent's new son born this past, week. Mr. and Mrs. Kleinpeter now have three children, a daughter and two sons. Congratulations to all. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Dawson entertained the members of their eveninor bridge club Friday night. Mr. and Mi's. Leo Bleich won the family prize for scoring, high, with second prize going to Mr. and Mrs. George Aldrlch. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Erdmann received the travel prize. Seventeen tables of bridge and five hundred were rjlayed at the card party sponsored bv the C. D. of A. members Sunday night, Prizes in bridge were awarded oh Mrs. Hazel Studer for high pnd to John. Hutchinson for low. In five hundred Clarence Ward won high with low going to Miss Laura wolf. Mrs. J. T. Meurer assisted by Mrs. Helen Johnson and Mrs. L. L. Lease, entertained 12 friends at bridge Friday afternoon honoring Miss Hertula Wolf, who Tuesday became the bride of Clare Wingert. Mrs. Helen Huber was presented with a prize in recognition, of having the highest score, and a gift was presented to the bride-to-be from the guests. Members of the Study club met at the home of Mrs. Leo Bleich Thursday afternoon for a social meeting in observance of the Thanksgiving season. The afternoon was Joyfully spent in playing "Hokum" at which Mrs. Daw.=on scored the highest. Miss Susie Pfiffner was a guest of the "day. Mrs. Vincent Daughn loined the club, which now has eight members. Mrs. Bleich served a very fine roast, duck dinner with all the trimmings, which was highly praised by all her guests. Irvington Building Spree is Observed Irvington: People In the Irvington vicinity are doing their share In promoting building projects to help overcome "old rhan depression." Recently a new barn was erected on the old Klnney farm tenanted by Frank Shipley. A new ho* house has been built by Henry Brass southeast of town and on the Theo. Goeders farm a double com crib and granary has just been finished. John Frankl has completed a new corn crib on his 240-acre farm tract straight east of town. This crib Is 48 feet long with a 16 foot driveway the roof being covered with galvanized iron and has a capacity of 8000 bushels. This Is one of the largest cribs in this township, Clarence Mawdsley's hollow tile crib also holding the same amount of corn but in addition has a capacity for the same number of bushels of oats. McDonalds Return From Wedding Trip Mr. and Mrs. Charles McDonald came home Monday from their wedding trip and are now at home with Mrs. McDonald's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Koppen. While they were away they visited at Fort Dodge, Des Moines, and Duncombe. while at Duncombe they were entertained by Mr. McDonald's two aunts, the Misses Carrie and Maggie McDonald who gave a dinner for them last Thursday. Besides the honorees the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Pat Ledden and daughter, Lucille, Mr. and Mrs. Joe McDonald, James McDonald and Father Hayes. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald were entertained at a prenuptial dinner Sunday, November 20, at the home of Mrs. McDonald's brother, Lawrence Koppen. Trucker* irt Court on Insurance Probe V L. J. Larson and L. Tttpp, charged with violation of the trucking law. Which requires vehicles for hire to eat* ry proper insurance, were, released from court by Justice H. S. White, recently, when they agreed to pay the costs of the case and take out the proper insurance. The cases were ttten dismissed. No return was filed by ttw sheriff* office with Jitttlce White es the result of a search warrant issued for the premises of Floyd Paisley, Sexton. Family Clothes Burn in Lone Rock Fire Lone Rock: A flre which started In a :lothes closet at the Otis Sanders home here, Monday morning, destroyed all ihe spare clothes of the family before it was brought under control. Little damage was done to the building. The Sanders live In back of the barber shop. It was thought that their little three year-old son set the flre with a match. The Best Fuel Np tricks of mechanism are needed to make coal burn. Just light t*» funiace, cover, with Anderson's, 'coal, and you can depend upon getting.',a • steady, sturdy warmth-through: the entire house. Coal is ! ;the •' best fuel and the'cheapest, Or-,,.,, der yours today. Anderson Grain and Coal Co. PHONE 308. Other Society News Mary Geraldine McEvoy Celebrates— Mary Geraldine, daughter of Mr. and thirteenth birthday Sllyauatrd, Mrs. E. J. McEvoy celebrated her thirteenth birthday Saturday. In honor of the occasion, fourteen girls gathered at her home in the afternoon and enjoyed themselves at various games. Refreshments were served later. Girls Entertain at Tea— The advanced Home Economics class entertained their mothers, the faculty and a few friends at a tea Thursday afternoon between 4 and 5 o'clock in the Home Economics class room at the high school. Over 75 guests were present. Each year this class gives a tea and is in full charge of it. L. O. A. Meet Thursday— There were 28 members of the L. O. A. present at the meeting Thursday night at the home of Miss Ella Thompson. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. H. R. Cowan and Mrs. Joe Paxson. Guess- Ing contests and games were played during the evening and following that refreshments were served. Dinner-Bridge Party- Mrs. F. E. Sawyer entertained a group of her friends last Wednesday evening at a dinner-bridge party. Dinner was served at 6:30 and bridge was played later in the evening at four tables. Mrs. Earl Griffith and Mrs. Burdette Agard received first and second prizes respectively. Regular Meeting of P. T. A.— The regular monthly meeting of the P. T. A. will be held next Monday evening at the high school at 7:45. Music will be furnished by the Mothers' chorus. Reports of the state P. T. A. meeting at Marshalltown will be given by Rev. Hueser, Mrs. Kenneth Mercer and Miss Bonnstetter. Honor Miss Florence Bloom— Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom entertained eleven couples from Mason City Sun- oay at a 6:30 dinner-bridge party in honor of Joe's sister, Florence, of Mason City, whose engagement to Sam Garfin, Jr., also of Mason City, was recently announced. Past Matrons Benefit Party— The Past Matrons entertained five tables at their benefl- bridge party on Friday afternoon at the Temple. Mrs. Jim Pool won first prize, Mrs. Roland, second prize. Mrs. Joe Greenberg, low prize and travel prize was awarded to Mrs. Joe Paxson. Entertains Bridge Club— Loretta Howie entertained her bridge club last Wednesday evening. Ger- | trude Keneil^k was a guest of the ev- I ening. This club, which meets every two weeks, will meet next at the home of Katherine McCall on December 6. Presbyterian Light Bearers— The Presbyterian Light Bearers will meet at the church Saturday afternoon, Dec. 2nd., at 1:30 o'clock. The hostesses are Mary and Betty Mesing, and the devationals will be given by Maxine Moore. The Study book will be led by Dorothy Butts, entertainment by Dorothy Dailye. Please bring self- denial boxes. Thanksqivinq Poultry Geese 1.30 Ducks 59c SPRING CHICKENS . 49c up Fresh Roasted Jumbo Peanuts, 2 quarts for ISc Extra Large Oranges, doz. Large Grape Fruit 3 for Fancy Bananas, 3 Fancy Beef Roasts, Ib. _ lOc Plate Soup Meats, Ib. _. 7c Fresh Oysters, per pint FREE FREE You May Be Happily Surprised! A very attractive solid copper, ebony handled Whistling Tea Kettle will be given away Free! Just sign your name in the space below and leave at our store before 8:00 P. M., Saturday. You may be the lucky one. Name Address C. S. Johnson VARIETY Free Candy Sat, Dec. 2 To the Administration; We wish to take this opportunity to express our appreciation to you for your interest in 'The Forgotten Man,' denv onstrated by your re^ fusal to set a retail price for gasoline at the pre^ sent time, As before, our saving will be passed on to the customer, Anniversary Celebration The driver of every vehicle coming through our station on the above date, will receive a generous treat of Gory- ell -70- Sugar Candy, enough for the family including Grandpa. NO purchase necessary. Coryell -70- Bronze Winter Gasoline Come in and try this New Wonder Winter Gasoline. Only Coryell -70- offers you— 1. Higher Anti-Knock 2. Lower prices due to cash and carry operation 3. 18% more miles per dollar. 4. Home Owned Operation Serving this Community. CORYELL Service Station One Block South Bank Corner.

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