The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 29, 1937 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 29, 1937
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The Algona Upper Pea Moinea, Algona, Iowa, July 29,1937 North East * Kossuth Page OVER 100 AT GRAtfT REUNION First Officers of Aid, Organized in 1897 Were Present Grant: A large crowd attended the Grant reunion picnic at Sylvanla Park, Sunday, July 26. There were over 100 present including the first officers of the Grant Ladies' Aid, which was organized in 1897. The officers were Mrs. Carrie Phrist- ophel, president, now of Dee Molnes; Mrs. Wm. Thackery, vice president, now of Fairmont; Mrs. Rebecca Mlno, secretary, of Blue Earth, and Mrs. T. F. Johnson, treasurer, now living in Swea City. The Grant Ladles' Aid will meet with Mrs. Mabel Mlno Thursday of this week. Mrs. Pat Anderson and daughter were shoppers in Fairmont Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wentworth •were at Rochester Thursday to visit relatives who were ill. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mlno and children were at Okoboji Sunday to attend the Bible conference. The Grant Ladles' Aid cleared around $35 at their stand which they had at the Swea City Legion day. Mrs. Nina Berggren, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Link of Waterloo were week end visitors at the Roy Mino home. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Price and Lemuel Read of Swea City were Sunday evening visitors at the Roy Mino home. Miss Marjorie Mlno, who has been working in Fairmont, is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mlno. A large crowd attended the shower given in honor of Mr. and Mrs Glen Mlno at the home of his mother, Mrs. Mable Mlno, Tuesday evening. They received many usefu 1 gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson of Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Ncllis Ov- erfleld and daughter and Mm. Henry Skaggs and son of Sherburn were Sunday visitors at the Walter Engstrom home. Mr. and Mrs. John Patterson spent a few days last week visiting relatives and friends at Osceola, and I>es Moines;. Mrs. Patterson's mother, Mrs. Carrie King, returned with them for a visit. Mrs. Carrie Christophel, who has been visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mable Mino, left on Sunday to vtett tor ton, B*n Christophel and a daughter, Mrs. Roland Kerner at Alpha, Minn. FOSTER MOTHER—Pigs, kittens or puppies! They're all the same to Beauty, seven year old German Shepherd, Richmond, Indiana, who is shown here nursing part of a litter of pigs she adopted recently. Her master,'Alex Shuminoff, who operates a small farm at the edge of the city, gave Beauty's last little of pups to the dog catcher, who promised to find homes for them. Beauty felt the loss very keenly, judging by her howls, but within a few days, had adopted a Utter of seven pigs, part of which can be seen enjoying the noon day meal. Shuminoff said Beauty raised a litter of kittens a few years ago. Hebron News Confirmation Sunday Confirmation was held Sunday at the German Lutheran church at Stevens with Rev. Kjtzman in charge of a class of three girls and two boys. Threshing will commence week In many localities. this NO FISH STORY EITHER—170-lb. Alligator gar, measuring 7 feet, 4 inches. Caught In overflow from Black River near Pocahontas, Ark., recently by Roy Garner, veteran fisherman. The monster was shot five times, three times with a 12-gauge shot gun after a .22 calibre rifle was Ineffective against its tough armor of scales. This fish, of a predatory species, was estimated by game wardens to consume more fish in a season than 1,000 sportsmen would catch. It was supposed to be around 100 years old and was the largest of this species caught in this section in years. Several weighing over 100 Ibs. have been caught In the Mississippi lately. Gars ordinarily weigh between 20 and 50 Ibs. John Gregory of St. Louis, Mo., is holding the fish's head. Gregory Is having it mounted. ^^ a CROWDS FOLLOW LEDYARD SHOWS Thursday Night Amateur Hours Draw Kossuth Talent Ledyard: The amateur contest on Saturday evening was especially ;ood and was attended by a large rowd. The program was as folows: a Ruitnr nnrl hflrmnnica nuni- ier, Walter Aukes of Woden; tap dancing, Jean Devaney of Mankato; Hill Billy songs, Marvin Per- Ig of Elmore; singing, Marjorie md Jean Gabel of Ledyard; solo, Florence Reynolds of Tltonka; axophone, Sam Roberg of Elmore; Blindfolded Piano number, Mrs. Art, Alice Andreason'of Mankato; Andeasons of Mankato. The announcer, Ed Maland of Elmore urg- d the public to show their apprecla- lon of these programs by casting heir votes in the various business riaces before Thursday of each reek. The winners of last week's con- est were announced as follows: first prize, Stella Mae Fry of Ledyard; second prize, Lafayette trio of Elmore and third prize, tap dancing, Smith sisters of Elmore. At Niece's Funeral Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wentworth attended the funaral of a niece, Ruth Marie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Winters at Buffalo Center last week Monday. The child was only six months old and died of whoop- Ing cough and complications. The Henry Fry family visited relatives in Brlcelyn Sunday. The J. J. Johnson family spent Sunday at Interlaken park. Pfiyllls Torgerson spent the week end at her home in Mason City. Mrs. Harry Curtis went to her home in East Chain for the week end. Mrs. Ray Wentworth and Harold were in Algona Saturday on business. The Otto Langs of Elmore called at the Max Nltz home Sunday evening. The Frank Nitzs visited at the twins sons. Carlos and Carlyle, went to Jewell on Sunday to visit several days at the homes of Mr. Engelby's brothers and to attend an 'anniversary at the church they formerly attended. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wentworth and Pearl drove to Rochester, Minn., on Friday to visit Mr. Wcntworth's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. C. Collins. The Collins' home Is in Wyoming and Mr. Collins is in the hospital at Rochester. 4-H Girls From Ledyard Twp. Off For Camp Lakota: The Ledyard township 4-H club girls left Sunday for Interlaken where they rented a cottage and are spending this week on vacation. Mrs. Hllmer Hansen and Mrs. Alton Anderson are acting us chaperones. Girls who went Sunday are: Lois Gingrich, Norma and Florence Heetland, Elizabeth Rahm- stock, Lola and Margaret Schroeder, Catherine Powers, Dorothy Kirby, Kathryn Berschman, Patricia Woodworth, Shirley Hanson. Max- Ine Grlese, Arlene and Velma Heetland. The William Schroeder, J. Grlese, Steve Powers. Hllmer Hanson and Alton Anderson cars were used as means of transportation to the lake for the girls and necessary equipment. 4 Corners Club Meets Thursday Four Corners: The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club meets this Thursday with Mrs. Irene Holdren. The following program was given: opening song, "Star Spnnglcd Banner"; roll call, "Hot Weather Dishes." A program was put on by the school children. The committee in charge consisted of Lucille Rich, Ednn Mitchell and Clara Drayton. James Warburton Birthday Celebration Lakota: James H. Warburton celebrated a birthday Saturday In a real way. He was a guest at the Samuel Warburtons for dinner with the family and the McKlnneys of Amery, Wls. supper party same guests present in honor of the event. In the evening the F. G. Torlnes and the Rev. H. B. Harvey and family, Swea City, came to surprise him, bringing with them ice cream, cakes, etc. He was host at a at home with the The Louis Lowman family were at the J. P. Nlckerson home on Sunday. The Aijelt Meyers of Rinp- sted were also there. The Ben Sloters spent Sunday nt the Everett Wlthams. Eva Lee Smith. Burt. niece of the Wlthams. spent last week with them. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus spent Sunday at the parental Howard Wlthnni home. Mrs. Austin With- nm, Mrs. Myrtle Vinlng and her daughter, Harriet Frances, were also there. They all spent the afternoon and evening at the Ralph Withnms near Garner. The John G-ettmans. Mason City, spent a week ago last Saturday night and Sunday at the John Sabin home. Mr. and Mrs. Gettman wore Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John McNeil. The Gettman's eldest daughter, LaVonne, stayed for a visit with the Snblns. Bernice Schendel, Buffalo Center, a niece of the Sablns, has also spent the past week with them. Fairville Lutheran Missionary Festival Fenton:, The annual mission festival of St. Luke's Lutheran church in Fairville was held Sunday In the Robert Wegener grove. A large number from Fenton, Lone Rock, Whlttemore. Lotts Creek, Burt, Algona and Emmetsburg attended. Speakers were the Rev. Henry Otten of Sioux City and the Rev. Max Ansorge. The Lotts Creek German band furnished music. The ladles of the congregation served a fine dinner to 350 at noon. TYKE THEATRE TITONKA, IOWA FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JULY 80 and 81 Tex Bitter in TROUBLE IN TEXAS" Other Attractions Added SUNDAY AND MONDAY, AUO. 1 and 2 Matinee Sunday 1:30 and 3:30 Wallace Beery in "GOOD OLD SOAK" News Reel Other Attractions WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, AUG. 4 and 8 George Brent and Josephine Hutchinson in "MOUNTAIN JUSTICE" Other Attractions Added CELEBRATE INDIAN DAY, TUESDAY. AUG. 17 AT THE TYKE THEATRE Coming "Mountain Music," "Saratoga", "Singing Marine" and "They Gave Him a Gun." Lakota Scouts To Camp; Try Hand Helping Cook Ben Beavers assisted Adrian Hauskin with shocking oats last week. Harvest is now going in full swing. Some are finished and some have just started. Mrs. Oscar Frandle entertained the little girls' Mission Band at Rake Saturday. Selmer Matheson and family were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Nels Mathesons. John Badje and family attended the rodeo at Blue Earth, Minn., on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Carl Hauskin of Rake spent Thursday afternoon with her mother Mrs. Simon Goeke. Virgil Oswald of Anoka, Minn., is spending his vacation with his cousin, Harris Halverson. The Enoch Hansons are enjoying a visit from some of their relatives of Chicago for a few days. Clara and Mabel Oaland of Buffalo Center visited Saturday with their brother, John and his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Egesdahl and family were Sunday dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lars Egesdahl. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Olson and Aria of Rake spent Friday night at the Oscar Frandles, it being Mr. Frandie's birthday. Clemens Legried is spending his vacation visiting with his cousins, Berdean and Thelma Frandle and also his sister, Levine. Lester Arends of Blue Earth purchased the small dwelling house from Sam Winters and moved It to Blue Earth last Saturday. Mrs. Oscar Frandle and children, Clemens, Omar and Levine Legried, spent Tuesday niglit visiting Mrs. Hilmer Hanson of Lakota. Mrs. Gust Nelson is at present helping care for the new boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bosma east of Rake, formerly of this locality, Mra. Ole Hauskin and Maynard of Blue Earth spent Sunday afternoon and night at the Adrian Hauskin and Oscar Frandle homes. Mrs. C. a Legried, Mrs. Oscar Frandle and Mrs. Clarence Haveland spent Wednesday at Blue JBarth visiting with Mrs. Nygaard, who has been quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Legried of dear Lake, Duane and Darlene Elf- son of Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Frandle and family were Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. C. O. Legried. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. McKinney of Am*ry, Wls., were week end visitors with relatives here. Their daughter, Mary Cecelia, who has spent the part four *«#** visiting her, ' " " ln^ff fliin / "y Lakota: W. E. Ley, Fred Schroeder and Jerry Ukena took the Boy Scouts lo Okoboji Sunday, where they will enjoy a week's outing at the R. L. Swift cottage which is located near Gull Point Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Inlay accompanied them and Mrs. Inlay assisted by Sadye Patterson and the boys will do the cooking. Prizes will be given for the best cook's helpers and the neatest kept beds and equipment. Following are the names of the boys who went Sunday: Vcrnard Underdahl. Bobby Beemer. James Ley, Hrirold Johnson, Winston Schroeder. Bobby Powers, Henry Dontje, Paul Uk- eivi und Dale Humqulst. Des Moines. Other scouts were expected to go up for u dny or two during the wee!t. Sale of Bi'ul Ehtut<' Henry Harringa, Titonlia, has purchased the Walter Rosenau residence and the Rosenaus have purchased the residence owned by the Will Wortman estate, now occupied by the Carl Gerzemas. Possession will be given Sept. 1 and moving begin. Mr. and Mrs. George Winter were visitors at the J. H. Warburton's, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Renshaw's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Peterson Mason City, visited her Sunday. Ed Underdahl and J. A. Barger, who have spent several weeks in Boise, Idaho, came home last week. Mrs Everett and baby of Storm Lake spent part of last week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barger. The Presbyterian Aid served ice crenin, pie, cake and coffee at the library, Saturday evening and report a good crowd attending. The Henry Mitchells and the Ray Kstles drove to Fairmont Sunday lo attend a reunion picnic of residents and former residents of Grant township. About 35 young people of the Lutheran League held their annual picnic at Interlaken Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. Boese drove up for the afternoon. The Carl Gerzema family left on Sunday morning for a vacation trip to Denver, where they will spend two weeks visiting Mrs. Gerzema's sister and family. Peter Koppen, whose wife recently passed away, held a sale of his household goods Saturday afternoon and will make bis home with his children. His house Is for rent. The Methodist young folks enjoyed a croquet party on the Harry Moe lawn Friday evening. Home made tee cream, cake and nectar were served during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mussman, Jr took bis mother, Mrs. Mussman to Sheffield Sunday, where she will visit with her daughter and family the Elmer Dows, for a few weeks. The Christian Endeavor young people of Lakota, Burt and Algona rented the skating rink at Titonka, Friday night and enjoyed an evening of skating and * crowd at- Undtti Mr. and Mrs, Samuel Warfcurton and Mrs. A. Q. Smith, Lakota, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson, Swea City, drove to Okoboji, Sunday to attend the Bible conference. Lakota's kittenball players have won every game so far this season. They played Bwea City, two games, I^edyard 2, Bancroft and Blue Earth one. They will play Blue Earth a return game soon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zinskee, Viroque, Wis., were visitors at the Gust Koppens last week. They are former schoolmates of Mra. Koppen and stopped for a visit on their way west on a vacation trip. Mrs. John Williard, her mother, a son, Lowell and family, a daughter and son were callers at the J. H. Warburtons, Sunday evening. Tbe Williards are former residents of this vicinity, having lived several years on the farm now occupied by Mrs. Rose Joos and family. Mr. and Mrs. Williard now live in Granada, Minn., where they own a restaurant, operated by their son, Jesse and they live on a small acreage. Lowell and family live in Granada where he is in the trucking business. Mrs. Williard reports Mr. Williard in poor health. They had droven to Hubbard Sunday, to get Mrs. Williard's mother, who had been visiting relatives there. Hartshorn Family Reunion, Ledyard Ledyurd: The Hartshorn family held a family reunion Sunday at the J. Hartshorn home. Those who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. J. J Tillmoney of Ames. Mr. and Mrs Chas. Kramer and two sons of Webster City, Mrs. Harold Sallow of Newark, New Jersey, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Saltow of Wilmington, Delaware, Mrs. Elmer Englehart of Denver, Colorado, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Austin of Jewell, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hartshorn und sou of Swea City. John Meyers home In Lakota on Sunday. Mike Hendrickson of Swea City was at the Arthur Zielske home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bauman visited at the Trump home in Lakota on Sunday. Mrs. Harry Schroder and Mrs. G. Thompson were in Algona Saturday shopping. The Max Nitz family attended the 'Barn Dance Frolic" in Blue Earth Friday evening. Clyde Bahse spent several days last week at Rudd visiting his sister, Mrs. Wm. Hans. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyers of Lakota spent Sunday at the Fred Junkemeier home. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Anderson of Fairmont visited Friday evening at the Wm. Garry home. Avis Halverson of Rake spent several days last week at the Edward Halverson home. Darlene Schrader went to Algona Thursday evening to visit a week at the home of her aunt. The Rev. P. M. Sturm underwent a tonsil operation at Dr. Egan's office in Bancroft Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gordon and family spent Sunday visiting relatives at Buffalo Center. Charles Bashara und daughter, Beverly were business callers In St. Claire, Minn., on Thursday. Jack Moulton, who Is working in Blue Earth this summer, visited friends here Saturday night. Wilson Brack, Joe Troff, Elwood Gieen and Hilly Bauman visited friends in Kanawha Sunday. Maxine Dorsey of Grant came on Friday to spend the week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Wm. Knoner. Mrs. Gray and Buddy and Dorothy and Jakie Stubbe were Sunday guests at the Arnold Gray home in Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barnes and son, Albert, spent Sunday at the home of their son, Jerry Barnes, in Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kallestad and family of Blue Earth were Sunday guests at the Edward Halverson home. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Tillmoney of Ames came Sunday to visit a week at the J. Hartshorn and L. W. Wiemer homes. Mrs. Mary Poppe received word Sunday of the death of her sister at Monticello. She left on Monday to attend the funeral. Mr. und Mrs. Fred Reece and Mr. and Mrs. Crouch of Des Moines visited over the week end at the P. W. Reece home. Drive 4,000 Miles On Western Trip Ledyard: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Flynn and Lawrence returned on Sunday evening from a two weeks' vacation trip out west. Thoy drove over 4,000 miles In the two weeks, on their way out they went first to the Black Hills and then on to the Yellowstone Park where they spent several days. They then went on to Spokane, Washington, where they visited Mrs. Flynn's sister and family, Mrs. R. Lloyd. They returned by a northern route through Montana and visited another sister, Mrs. H. K. Abbott at Shelby, Montana. SWEA CITY NEWS Swea-Eagle News One mile of road past the Emil Larson home is being graveled this week. Mr. and Mrs. James Kuchynka attended the Boone county picnic at Algona fair grounds last Sunday. Misses Nellie and Mary Guerdet students at Mankato visited last week at the home of their parents, the Anthon Guerdets. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Lura of Chicago and Mir. and Mrs. F. Anderson of Webster City were visitors at the Geo. Harners Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Peterson and son of Minneapolis visited on Wednesday at the home of Mr. Peterson's sister, Mrs. Lyle Blair. The O. L. Thorsons have the basement and foundation ready for a new house that will be built by the Fred Pctterson crew of men very soon. Most of the farmers are through cutting grain. Threshing meetings have been held and threshing machines are under repairs. Some runs will begin the latter part of next week. (Crowded Out Last Week> Mrs. Elmer Smith and Mrs. Chas. Rohlin are nt Okoboji this week chaperoning a party of six Epworth Lcnj?uer» from here who are at- U-nding the Methodist camp. Manager Roy Smith of the Swea City hatchery is sponsoring a free talking motion picture to be given at Reynolds Park following the band concert Friday night, July 16. Wm. Bowman of Jackson, Michigan, visited his aunt, Mrs. Walter Smith Friday. Bowman, an engineering student at the University of Tennessee, Is spending a week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs Will Richmond at Algona. Plans for the American Legion's annual celebration July 21 and 22 are getting under way. Committees appointed by the adjutant are working to make this the best celebration In Fisher post's history. Watch for detailed program. ANNOUNCING NEW 1938 Philco Radios New 1JK58 models arriving—some arc here now. Don't buy any Radio until you see the new 1938 Philco's. I'hileo Theme Song for 19158— NO SQUAT—NO STOOP—NO SQUINT f—Whnt's This All About'? Before you buy your new Radio, sec Phileo and you will not feel sorry for yourself later. L, W, Swanson's Store Algona—Aui'hori/.ed J'hilco Dealer FOR QUICK RESULTS—USE THE WANT ADS Gerled News TITONKA NEWS (Oowded Out Last Week) William Schoenlein came Saturday night from Ames where he had been called by the death of his sister, Mrs. Carl Hoff, to visit his father who continues very ill at his home here. Mrs. Rose Boitacker, president of the American Legion Auxiliary unit, called a meeting Monday evening of the members of the executive board to outline th« work for the coming year. The meeting was held at the home of Mrs. W. J. Denton, with chairmen appointed as follows: legislation, Mary Sartor; Americanism and National Defense Cleo Nelson; community service, Bother Breen; child welfare, Eva Petersen: poppies, Olive Bruns; Fidac, Beth Miller; trophies and emblems awards, Carrie Bonacker; music, Esther Askins; unit activities, Sadie Denton; membership, Luvla Mary Y, Craven foung; rem ; publicity, 8*41* Beaton; National New* subscriptions, Pearl BlTllfl<f< The small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Reno has been very sick the past week with tonsilitis and is under the care of Dr. Story. Mrs. LeRoy Anderson. Alvin Snyder of Radcliffe, Maribeth and Jane Anderson of Ackley were Sunday guests at the L. W. Wiemer hom«. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and Duane and Harold attended the Sunday afternoon session of the 23rd annual Bible conference at the M. E. camp on West Okoboji. Lawrence Mayne, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Welfare and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oelhaus drove to Interlaken Sunday and brought back the girls who had spent the post week there. The following girls went on a picnic at Interlaken Sunday: Betty and Marjorie Matzener, Opal and Joyce Corhus, Marjorie and Mildred Oswald and Iva and Lorraine Thompson. Mrs. Thomas Walsh and daughters returned Sunday after having spent two weeks at th» home of her parent* in Marshall. Minn. She was caring lot her mother, who WM in jured in a fait Mr and Mm. Olaf Bngelby and (Crowded Out Last Week) The Mayne twins spent Wednesday at the Kelly home. The Frank Kelly family visited un aunt in Rodman Sunday. Mrs. Andrea Dontje spent part of the week with her mother, Mrs. Ole Gerdis. Mrs. Kelly and Dolores, Mrs. Finn and Mr». Knots were Algona visitors Tuesday. Miss Ruth Jones of Mason City spent Sunday at the home of her father. J. M. Jones, west of Gerled. C. C. Cammack has just oomplet ed u stone and masonry bird bath fit ttii! home of his daughter, Mrs. L. Finn of which he is justly proud. Mrs. D. O. Friets and Mrs. A. Friets went berrying in the woods near Elmore, recently, coming home well laden with blackberries and gooseberries. The regular meeting of the Kossuth county postmasters was held at the home of Mrs. Finn at Gerled on Tuesday evening. High lights of the evening were a discussion of the drive for increased air mail use; a discussion of the problems of the star route carriers led by Mr. Berger, who drives the mail truck from Algona to Burt. Plans were made for a picnic in August, to include the star and rural carriers. Lunch was served at a late hour. ARE YOUR FARM BUILDINGS ADEQUATE ? Have you siifTieient room to handle the fjrain which yon will harvest this year ( Do your building* "«-d new roof*, «•• paint or paint? Will you iirod u nrw chicken hoiw or a bllo? Or will the family hoiix- IK- your flr»t consideration thin yrur? Lorraine Berkeland 4-H Club Hostess Fenton: The Independence Idealist t-H club met Friday afternoon with Lorraine Berkeland. Helen Kern gave a report on her outing at Camp Farter. Arlene Mitchell and Margaret Barko* presented on Csurc oj the Hair." dune* were played, fol- - luntilvnin serv- lowed by a ed by the hostess. Mrs. Donovan and two diausbters were guests. We huudh everything in the building line. Come in and talk over your needs with us. We will he glad to help you plan your new huildin^.s or estimate repairs. Our Lowe Bros. Faint protect* and preserve* the value of your building*. A»k lor an t ftUiuate of cant. F. S. NORTON & SON PHONE 229

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