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The Algona Upper Pea Molnes, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 12,1937 LOCAL-NOTES Mrs. Walter Gtood Is visiting at the home of her son, George Good at Spirit Lane. Wallace Godden of Hurt spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs, F. D. Ryther. Mm. 3. 3. Doolejr returned from St. Paul Tuesday night after a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. C. E. McLaughlin. Mr. and Mrs. Caryle Becker and family will move to Fort Dodge and Mr. Becker will be employed there for the Jewel Tea Company. Mr. and Mrs. W. I* Dale returned Saturday from Rochester, Minnesota, where they had been for a week going through the clinic. E. K. Waller of St Panl arrived here Tuesday evening, for a visit of several days with his son, R. B. Waller of the Upper Des Molnes. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Etherlng- ton left Sunday foiMontrose, Michigan, for a three, Weeks' vacation. Mr. Btherington is a mecjfenic at bau'tf'garage. / Mr. and Mrs. C.. B. MurUgh and children, James, Betty and Jean, drove to Waterloo ,Sunday to visit '.Mr. MJurtaghVnleces, daughters of the late J. C. Murtafch. Mr,, and Mrs. M. 3. Duffy and three • daughters, Catherine, Ruth .Ann, and Rosemary, enjoyed a vacation from Friday until Monday in a cottage on East Okobojl. Mrs. Sam Smith and Mrs. Lee 3*ratt Of Burt returned Sunday evening after ten days at Lake Okobojl •where they were guests of 8. E. Rosenkrantz, who has a cotatge on Pocahontas Point Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hewins and •daughter, Patsy of Freeport, Illinois, left for their home Wednesday after two weeks as guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Pierce. Mrs. Hewlns Is a sister of Mr. Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. -W. L. Dale will move from their home on East Kennedy into the Matt Osterbauer home on East McGregor street, September 1. Dr. Schaap has purchased the Dale house. Margaret Vigor*, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vgars, left Tuesday morning for Chicago where she will be a week with relatives and to make arrangements to attend Chicago University during the coming year. Wayne Bradfirld will drive here from Austin. Minnesota, Saturday and will take his wife and baby daughter Patty, home with h'm They have been here for a month's visit with Mrs, Bradfleld's mother, Mrs. B. P. Benson. Chet Williams Is leaving today on a vacation trip of four or five days, destination being points up in Minnesota. He is making the trip with several old friends, and the men plan a combination of fishing and golf during their jaunt. Mr. and Mr*. C. 8. Lindwy returned to their home Monday following a week's Visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Fred Bunker of Newton. The Llndseys expect to spend the coming winter with their daughter and family. Mrs. B. F. Heed of Yankton, South Dakota, came Saturday and is vis Itlng at the home of her ion an< *nd KM. ••£»*, A. Stewart, brought her to Algona. and returned to their home Monday. Mrs. Eugene Murtagh left last •week Tuesday for Nevada, Iowa, where she was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hush. Mr. Murtagh joined her on Friday and they returned Sunday. Mr. Hush is the branch manger of the Donnelly Printing Company there. Hazel Votter returned to her duties at the IOWA State Bank Wednesday after several weeks' absence because of 111 health. She underwent an operation about three •or four weeks ago and Is now much improved. Her many friends will be glad to see her back at work again. B. O. Moore of Dunlap visited Wednesday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Moore. Mr. Moore is a member of the house of representatives, and was enroute to Spirit Lake on some conservation business. His mother has been ill the past three weeks, but is recovering now. New Location Shilts Bros. Barber Shop Tinder Iowa State Bank Our business is to improve your looks 32* Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gitde are the proud parents of a hentthy gtrl, which was born last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Morrall left Friday for Pine River, Minnesota, where they will spend ten days at their cottage. Mr. and Mrs. E. 3. Thomas of Cresco were guests Saturday at the F. A. Corey home. The ladies are girlhood friends. Mrs. 3. H. Brechtbltl and Mrs. J. O. F. Price were guests of Mrs. A. H. Melnzer at her home In Burt at a one o'clock luncheon, Friday. Mrs. F. A. Corey and Mrs. Aggie F. Knapp spent Sunday in Mason City where they were guests of the letter's son, Harry Knapp, and family. • tteten Reeves of Sioux City spent her week's vacation last week visiting* tier mother, Mrs. Andrew Godfredson. Helen is employed in a Sioux City cafe. 'Dr. and Mrs. John Keneflck and son, Michael, attended a tumily dinner at Kagle Grove, Sunday, held at the home of Dr. Kenefick's brother, Thomas W. Keneflck Mr. and Mrs. Chet Holt and son, Jimmy, will leave Monday for Ottumwa, to attend the convention of Graham store managers. Mr. Holt, who is manager of the local store, will do his fall buying. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P. Lucas of Des Moines called at the home of Dr. and Mrs. John Keneflck, Monday, on their way to Spirit Lake, where they will spend a week's vacation. Mrs. George Peck fell Saturday night and fractured her arm. She had arisen during the night when her little granddaughter called her, and tripped 'In the dark before she could turn on a light. The Plney Wood* singer* will give a mixed concert in the basement of the Trinity Lutheran church on August 18, at 8 p. m. A free will offering will be received. The public is cordially invited. Lydia Meyer, who has been employed for the past few years at the Cumming's store, will leave Sunday for Waterloo where she will be employed in a store which her brother is opening there. Mrs. Ellen Wagoner came home Monday from Bralnerd, Minnesota. where she had spent six weeks visiting at the homes of her nephews and niece. C. W. Nlcoulin spent the week end at Brainerd and brought her home. Herman Lusmann of Farnham- vllle, Iowa, father of the former teacher of the local Trinity Lutheran school, Harold Lusmann, passed away, Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner attended the funeral Wednesday afternoon at Farn- hamvllle, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sears of Bald- wlnville. New York, recently visited their cousin, Cora D. Miller and other local relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Sears were on their way home from a six months' tour In the west. Mr. Sears is president of a framers 1 Insurance company. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Urch and little son, Albert, left Sunday for a ^. in New York, Boston and Albany. They will also visit points of Interest enroute. Irving Is in charge of the meat department at Long's. Mrs. T. F. O'Halre and little daughter, Ann, and Ernestine Chubb left this morning for their home in Washington, D. C, after six weeks visit at the home of their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rist and Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb. They are driving In Ern- etsine's car. Htttli<> I'lilllips arrived homn on Monday after a weeks vacation in Minneapolis and Mason City. She visited at the homes of her sisters, Mrs. E. A. Ecklund at Minneapolis and Mrs. John WHwer at Mason City. Mrs. Wltwer returned to Algona with Mrs. Phillips for a week's visit with her mother, Mrs. Chas. Roupe. Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Brownell and children, Huron and Patsy visited J. A. Brownell and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brownell from Saturday until Tuesday. They left Tuesday for a vacation at Lake Hattle, Minnesota, and were accompanied by J. A. Brownell, who has a summer cottage there. J. A. nad Harry Brownell are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Rasmusson of Adams, Minnesota, were week end guests of Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyers. Mr. Rasmusson and Mrs. Meyers are brother and sister. The Rasmusaons came to lay plans for the coming year here. Mr. Rasmusson is the new musical instructor, taking the place of D. Wane R. Collins, who resigned. Jack Johnston, Hr., who 1* the- oldest representative of the American Life Insurance Co. of Detroit, Michigan, having served 35 years and A. D. Brogun of Whittemore, who lm» been with the company 25 years, left Monday for Detroit to attend u company convention Aug. 0-11. After the convention those attending the convention will be taken on tt boat trip to the Great Lukes Exposition at Cleveland and will return to Detroit, Saturday murning. IOWA Two (Jraiul Features 21e Thursday Through Saturday Harold Bell Wright's "IT HAPPENED OUT WEST" SECOND FEATURE Carol Hughes iii "MEET THE BOY FRIEND" HUT,-Man., August 15 and IB JuitsPsirof MllllONAIRt LOVlli-BIRDSI Mrs. 3. C. Krewnsky, who has been seriously ill with intestinal flu, is improving. Mrs. A. D. Richard!) spent Sunday at the home of her son, Floyd Richards, at Blue Earth. Arlene Hansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hansen, spent last week visiting at her uncle's farm, Archie Volgt, near Whittemore. Dr. and Mrs. O. D. Walrath and their little daughter, Jean, were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis at Armstrong, Sunday. Mrs, Leona Falkenhainer and her children, Tasker and Diane went to Red Oak Wednesday and Mrs. Falk- enhainer made arrangements to move to that town. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hentngpr and son, Jack, Jr., of Pipestone. Minnesota, were we?k end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilles. Mr. Deninger is a brother of Mrs. Spilles. Mr. and Mrs. A. Bishop, Mr. and and Mrs. W. J. Bourne, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Whitney and Mrs. Minnie Long spent Sunday at Pilot Knob state park near Forest City. Huldah Peete of Mount Vernon arrived Tuesday evening for a few days as guest of Mary Foster. Mary and Huldah were classmates at Cornell College at Mount Vernon. Mrs. B. H. Sudmeier of Timber Lake, South Dakota, a'.d her daughter, Elizabeth were Algona visitors. Tuesday. Mrs. Sudmeier was the former Miss Josie Wlnkel of Bancroft. Bill Dalley, who Is employed at the American Optical Company in Des Moines, spent the week end as guest of his mother, Mrs. Edythe Dailey, and with other Algona friends. Francis Livingston spent the week end with his sister, Mrs. E. V. Rlnehart at Cresco. Mrs. Rinehart was formerly Margaret Livingston. Francis Is employed at the Norton Machine Shop. Mrs. L. O. Thompson, Betty^ Merron and Mary Thompson, all of Estherville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller last week. Mrs. Thompson is Mrs. Miller's mother and Betty and Mary are her nieces. Jane Keith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Keith of Plum Creek township, is a guest at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W Keith, this week. She Is attending the Bible school at the Baptist church. Mr. and Mrs. Grno Kelly of Emmetsburg were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Granzow, Sunday. They attended the ball game during the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. Griner of Renwick were also guests at the Granzow home, Sunday evening. Sir. and Mrs. Henry Becker returned last week Tuesday from two weeks of fishing and sightseeing in northern Minnesota. They visited many points of Interest, including Duluth, nternational Falls, Cass Lake and the Lake of the Woods. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Esser and sons, Vincent and James, returned from Sioux , Falls, South Dakota, Tuesday, where they had been visiting since Sunday with Mrs. Bauer's brother, Austin Jennett, and family, and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Ed Jennett and daughter. O. J. Zanke, Chicago, came- last week Tuesday to visit his sister, Mrs. Jacob Wlnkel. He was joined iunwiby Harry Jones, Des Moln.es, and K. Bedell also of Chicago, ana three men who are employed by an engineering company, and they went to Spencer and thence to Neb- braska on a business mission. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sterling uiiii daughter. Joyce, and Mrs. M. W. Ferguson were Sunday guests of the Jerry Schoon family at Lake Okoboji. Mrs. Ferguson remained for n week or ten days. The Schoons live at Buffalo Center, and Mrs. Schoon is a niece of Mrs. Ferguson, C. B. Benedict, state highway patrolman at Garner has been given a promotion and will movu to Algona September 1st His new position puts him in charge of the examinations for drivers' licenses in several counties, and he will also do patrol duty part time. Mr. and Mrs. Benedict will leave many friends in Garner. A. L. Long and Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Buchanan drove to Mason City Sunday to meet and bring home Mrs. Long and Russell Buchanan. Mrs. Long had visited heir mother, Mrs. Ruth Jackson at New Hampton for ten days, and Russell had spent a week with his brother, Allan at Albert Lea. Allan is secretary to the manager of the butter and egg department of the Wilson Packing Company there. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph L. Miller of Washington, D. C., were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Oodden, Monday. Mrs Miller is Mr. Godden's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Miller then drove to EmmeU- burg to visit Mrs. Miller's parents, before returning to their home. Mr. Miller was the receiver of the First National Bank here about ten years ago. Ha now has a position in the Comptroller of the Currency Building at Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. French und son, Donald and th? former's mother, Mrs. S. B. French, will arrive Saturday from California. Tile W. P. Frenchs and Donnie have been enjoying a month's vacation trip through the west. Mrs. S. B. French has been living in Hollywood. California, for tiie past seven months. She will visit here with Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mathes. and other relatives and friends for two months before returning to Hollywood. .Mr. und Mrs. VV. J. Becker will take the latter's mother, Mrs. Matilda Johnson, and Dennis Becker to Uuune Friday where the latter two will leave for Denver, Colorado, by bus. Mrs. Johnson has been visiting for the post two months with her daughters, Mrs. W. J. Becker and Mrs. J. L. Haverly of Wesley. She makes her home in Denver with another daughter, Mrs, F. Putney. Dennis will remain in Denver to attend school and will also be employed there. Lucille Peterson and Robert Waldron of Estherviile and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown of Emmetsburg ac- compa^nied Mrs. Forest Brown, the former Adris Peterson, back to her homo in Buffalo, New York, Sunday and will stay for a two weeks' visit. Mrs. Foicat Brown has been in Algona for three weeks' visit at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Peterson. Lucllla Peterson U having a two weeks' vacation from her duties a* operator at the Bell Telephone Company, and Mr. Waldron is employed in an « therville pool hfOL Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elbert spent Sunday at Arnold's Park. Mr. and Mr*. Joe Karl* spent the week end at Lake Okoboji with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison and children were Sunday visitors at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Haggard and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore nnd their son, Stanley of San Antonio, Texas, were Sunday vlstors at Lake Okoboji. Ardella Hovey of the Kretrnsky store, attended the wedding of an aunt, Bernice Pehrson, of Fairmont to Martin Swanson of Fairmont, at Swea City Sunday. Roxanne Holtzbauer returned on Friday from a week with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Berrie at Mason City. Mrs. Berrie. the former Betty Barry, is Rozanne's cousin. Attorney J. L. Bonar and family are taking their annual vacation at the Bonar farms in Traverse county, Minnesota, and will later make a short tour of northern Minnesota. A daughter, Gayle Elaine, weighing seven pounds and 11 ounces was born to Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Henderson at Pomona, California. August 4. Melvin is the son of Frank Henderson, former partner of A L. Long and Mrs. Henderson will be remembered as Letha Stebbins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stebbins of Algona. Miss Beulah Carlisle visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Carlisle of Whittemore over the week end . She is attending Iowa State Teachers' College, Cedar Falls, working on a B. A. degree in kindergarten primary education. Making the trip with her were Lillian Angus, Lone Rock, and Anne Martin of Humboldt. The Rev. J. H. Edge writes, "My vacation is being spent 'here and there,' a combination of pleasure and business. Last week I spent a few days In northern Minnesota at Brainerd. I was also at Minneapolis. I stopped at Algona Friday and Mrs. Edge accompanied me to Chicago, where we are taking in a few sights and seeing friends. Mrs. Edge will return home Tuesday and I will return the latter part of the week." Paul Bcrgpr, Melzar Falkenhain- er, Forpst Twogood and Lawrence Findlay, returned Tuesday from a vacation and fishing trip at Lake Court de Oreilles, Wisconsin. Mr. Falkenhainer ha's a cottage on that lake. John Haggard was another member of the party and he drove to Virginia, Minnesota, to join his wife who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Thurston. They will return the latter part of this week. Sunday guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Paisley were the latter's uncle and cousin, C. M. Lewis and son, Talmidge of Washington, D. C.. her parents and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Lewis and daughters, Alice, Elemaretta and Helen, her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lewis, and her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Lewis all of Storm Lake. Mr. Paisley is employed at Kennedy & Parsons. Mrs. Lily White, editor of the Manilla Times, at Manilla, Iowa, together with her children, Maurice, LaVonne and Joan, visited several days last week at the home of Mrs. White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alf red Norman in Algona. Mrs. White who Is the widow of Joe White, son of the state printer, Tom White, is making a success of her paper, and is being mentioned as a likely candidate for county auditor of Crawford county. Mrs. White is a very capable lady. Corwith Farmers Fighting Hoppers With Poison Bran Corwlth-Fairvicw: A number of farmers around Corwith have reported that large numbers of grasshoppers have been found in their Ueltls. No serious damage has been caused yet, but many are obtaining poison bran from the county farm bureau office to scatter for the hoppers. Miss Mary Widen spent Sunday with friends in St. Benedict. Paul Puffer and little Jerry Puffer have been on the sick list the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Wilhite are the parents of an eight pound son born Sunday, August 8th. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Masterson and Lois Jean spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Meyers at LuVerne. Dr. P. E. Walley took John Carlson to Mason City Menday for examination. Mr. Carlson has been in poor health for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Will Snyder and daughter, Florence of Colo, Iowa, are visiting at the home of Mrs. Snyder's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams. Mrs. Brockman and son, Gordon spent the week end at their home in Britt. Gordon returned to the home of his sister, Mrs. Harold Brown, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. DeRae Godfrey of LuVerne, Miss Roberta Masterson und John Evans were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans. Auxiliary Committee Picked At Lone Rock Lone Rock: The American legion Auxiliary met with Mrs. Ralph Thompson last week on Wednesday afternoon. Marion Jensen und Shirley Marlow gave a demonstration. The following committees were appointed by the president, Mrs. Luella Sanders: membership. Mrs. Pauline Fluig: rehabilitation. Mrs. Bertba Burt: sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. Bernice Jensen; national defense, Mrs. Lydia Dransfeldt; poppy committee, Mrs. Dorothy Ackerman; chlid welfare, Mrs. Estbvr Jensen; Fidac, Mrs. Hazel Nelson; junior activities and cradle roll, Mrs. Mary Flaig; publicity, Mrs. Rose Kraft; historian, Tena Jensen; Sower committee, Mrs. Julia Thompson. Executive board, Mrs. Julia Thompson, Mra. Jessie Cotton, and Tena Jensen; unit activities, Mrs. Bernice Jensen; community service, Mrs. Myrtle Nelson; legislation, Mrs. Irene Braddock; radio, Mrs. Jessie Cotton. Other officers are: vice president, Tena Jengen; secretary and treasurer, Mra. Kathryn Householder; chaplain, Mra. ROM Kraft An attendance contest was also started. CAR WRECKED NEAR ST. JOE Bud Klein At Wheel of Erpelding Car Last Week St. Joe: Alvin and Clarence Er- peilding had their car. a 1936 Chevrolet, quite badly wrecked, Thursday afternoon. Bud Klin was driving the car and lost control near the William Link farm northeast of St. Joe. Bud received only a slight cut and some bruises. He was nlone. Newcomer nt Wryderts Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Weydert are the parents of a girl born on Tuesday, August 3rd. The Wey- derts now have a family of two girls and one boy. The infant was baptized Gertrude Doris Sunday by Father Theobald. Sponsors were Mrs. Jack Klsch of West Bend nnd Pete Weydert of Whittemore. Zeimcts Greet Stork Relatives received word here the latter part of this week of the birth of a daughter, Tuesday, August 3. to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zelmet of near Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. McGuire were sponsors Sunday at the baptism of the infant. Attend Mother** Funeral Mr. and Mrs. John Berger and family left Monday afternoon for Carroll to attend the funeral of Mr. Berger's mother who passed away Saturday evening. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning. John Reding, Jr., of Chicago Is visiting with relatives here. Marie Fisch is attending to the household duties at the Leonard Weydert home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reding were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Leo Mergen home in Algona. Mary Anne and Phyllis Mergen of Whittemore and Stella Mae Red- ing spent the pnst week at thr Ralph Rpriins home. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bosnlis of Cherokee, returned to their home Sunday morning after several days' visit here and rU Livermorc. Clarence and Richard Mrtrso, Andrew Kramer. Julius Becker and Adolph Kass left Friday afternoon for North Dakota to work in the harvest fields. Leonard. Jr.. nnd Theresn \Vcy- dert, children of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Weydert. spent several days last week at the Jack Kisch home near West Bend. Mrs. Kiseh is a sister of Mrs. Weydert. Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Erpelding entertained to dinner Sunday Mrs. Erpeldlng'h brothers and sisters in honor of Susie and Edmond's birthdays which were Saturday and Sunday respectively. Mr. and Mrs. William Hammer and family returned home Friday from several days' visit with relatives at Lc Seucr, Minn. Stanley Seger from Livermore was in charge of the oil station during their absence. Mr. and Mrs. William Hammer nnd family attended the wedding of Mrs. Hammer's brother, Dunne Bengc, of Bmdgate to Miss Undcr- berg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Underberg of Livermore Sunday. The wedding took place at high noon. West Bend Man's Mother Succumbs West Bend: Word was received here by friends of the death of Mrs. J. J. Johnson at Paton, Iowa. She is the mother of William Johnson, well known here. The funeral was Wednesday at Paton, with burial at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dewltt visited relatives in Graettinger Sunday. Arnold Wilderman and Glenn Blair have secured employment with the paving crew at Bode. Miss Betty Allison left Tuesday evening for Peoria, III., after a three weeks' visit here with relatives. Dennis Mahoney of Windom, Minn., cabled at the Wm. Riley home Friday evening. They had not seen one another for about 35 years, when they all lived near Lu- ALICE OFFENSTEIN ARMSTRONG BRIDE Groom Is Kingsted Man; To Live In Chicago, Illinois Armstrong: Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Offenstein of Armstrong are announcing the marriage of their daughter. Alice Louise, to Jnmos William Metz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Metz of Ringsted on July 25th. Rev. R. R. Irwin performed the ceremony. The couple was attended by the bride's sister, Helen Offenstein and Mr. Volgt of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Metz will make their home in Chicago, III. Miss Irene Irmiter of St. Paul, visited from Wednesday to Saturday nt the home of her brother, Henry near Ringsted. Mrs. Esther Farrar and two children and Clyde nnd Roland Neumann of Bode, visited Sunday at the H. M. Irmiter home. Florence Blekfold. a student In a business college at Waterloo, visited over the week end at the home of her sister, Mrs. T. Johnson. William Knipe, who was injured a few weeks ago in a plane crash near Spencer was moved to his home here last week, where he will be confined yet for some time. Mis Eleanor Irwin, a dietitian in Indianapolis, Ind, returned there after a vacation at the parental Rev. Irwin home here. Miss Barbara Smith accompanied her to Groves City, Pa., to visit friends. Mrs. Wm. Beck and Merrill Nlco- sen visited their father, C. A. Nlco- scn In a Fort Dodge hospital Sunday. Mr. Nlcosen Is recovering slowly from burns which he received several weeks ago while heating wax. Mrs. Tony Jandl. two daughters and son, Bobby, spent Tuesday afternoon at the Ted Collinson's, Burt. We are pleased to present: Advance Fall Showing of ^Cownie True Value Furs Extra Large Stock $£,£$', teaion ' t mo " Authentic Styles dlrect from part <- N ™ York - Two Building Supply Firms Are Organized Two now building supply businesses were taking shape here this week. The Cowan Brothers. Kenneth nnd Harold, are erecting a building on South Dodge street, which will be headquarters for the materials supply business which they intend to operate entirely separate from the Cowan A Son building firm. They are also planning on a yard in the east part of the city. George L. Miller is also entering the same line of business with a firm separate from his contracting business, to be known as Miller Building Supply. He intends to handle nnd contract for all types of building materials. V/i1iif>v that m °y not be available V UlUKS atain for a Ions. long time Cownie factory fur expert here during this special showing 2 Days Only - Wed. & Thur. 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