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WHTITEMOREKIN AT ELECTCOOmON miM^FUNERAL Mr*. Vecar Larson Died At Rockwell City While Washing Whlttemore: Those who attended the funeral ot Mrs. Vecar Larson ol Rockwell City Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. William Roeber and son, Wilbur, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bell and son, Bernard, Mr. and Mrs. Werner Gade and family, Mr. and Mrs. August Gade, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gade and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer, all of Whlttemore; Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstlch and son, William, Letts Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Emll Bierstedt and Herman Gade, Penton; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gade, West Bend; and Mr. and Mrs. Willlam Bell and son, Edmund of West Bend. Mrs. Larson was electrocuted last week while scrubbing by her wash- Ing machine. She Is a cousin of the above people. Richard Struther* HI Richard, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Verne Struthers Is a very sick boy at the local hospital with a ruptured appendix. Mrs. Struthers was formerly phy of here. Mary Molam- Vtelfa at Cavanaugris Virginia Goetsch of Sioux City spent the week end at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cavanaugh. Virginia is a student nurse In St. Mary's hospital at Sioux City. Paul Urlch visited with relative in Garner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Floyd Lackore o Forest City were here on business Saturday. Darryl Knoer of WInthrop, Minn , spent a few days last week with relatives here. Mrs. Oscar Poirot and son, Bob by, were business callers at For Dodge, Monday. Dr. J. W. McCreery who was on the sick list a few days last week is up and around again. Mcs. Lloyd Walker of Algona spent a few days last week at the Henry Lauck home here. "Bud" Rooney returned from Spencer Friday aftor spending a wek there with relatives. Mrs. Herman Volgt and Mrs. Art Heldenwith were business callers In Algona, Tuesday afternoon. Harold Wagner of the CCC camp at Bancroft, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Mathilda Wagnnr. Mr. and Mrs. Werner Braatz and family spent Sunday evening at the Frank Sprang home in Livermore. The Andrew S. Elbert family returned the latter part of the week from a trip Into HUnolt and Indiana. Mr*. The Algona Upper DesMoines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 26,1937 Trained Animal Circus One of Kossuth Co. Fair's Expensive Grandstand Acts Happy Harrison's Comedy animal circus, coming to the Kossuth County Fair at Algona, will bring a tang of the big tops and sawdust circle, being an animal act with ponies, dogs and a bucking mul.e Besides this, there is an exceptionally funny monkey on the roster of the four- footed entertainers. Ponies act as race horses and dogs and a bucking mule. Besides el routines presented by Mme. Harrison, and this event concludes with almost the entire group of canines trying to find room on one of the ponies as he races about In a circle. The bucking mule, despite his traditions, a sleek well-formed animal in this case, is one of the outstanding highlights in the Harrison act. This is a real Missouri cyclone, _one that works his hind legs faster and with more telling effect than any mule In the show business. The boys who try to ride him have to keep their wits about them every minute, else they will find themselves, the recipient of a well timed kick from one of his dynamited hofs. The Harrison act Is well presented, the animals make a clean and colorful appearance In their shiny coats and vivid trappings. ,, „ w*»k. Mrs. Grace Milter Is taking her place. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and sons, James and Edward, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer of Garner spent Sunday with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. August James of Berwyn, 111., returned to their home Tuesday evening after having spent ten days at the Rheinhard Behnke home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cairy of Waterloo are visiting relatives here this week. Mr. Cairy is a brakeman for the Illinois Central railroad. TH d /» ughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Clarke, Is under the doctor's wl?; E 3? ene - Bon °* Mr - and M «. Walter Wagner, has an abcess on her neck. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Raeburg and daughters, Margaret and Mrs. Lou Ise Diamond of New York City, vis Ited at the Ray Oliver home o Thursday. Mrs. Jim Burnette and childre and Mrs. Burnette's mother, Mr Otto Zabel of Milwaukee, are spend Ing two weeks at the Werner an Louis Braatz homes. Mrs. Lory and daughter, Maureen of Beloit, Wis., returned to thel lome after having spent last wee with Mrs. Lory's sister, Mrs. C. I lavanaugh and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prlmaslng an daughters, June and Frances of Du buque are spending this week a the Simon Weber, Jr., home an also with other relatives here. The David Winkler and Jaspe Miller families of Lowpoint, III spent last week with relatives here They left Sunday morning to visl with relatives at Gilmore City. Mrs. J. M. Fleming and Bob an_ Ruth Adeline and Stanley Brogan spent Sunday at the James Flem ing home at Mason City. James ha recently purchased a new home. Mr. and Mrs. Francis King and daughter, Doris, of Harvey, III., an Mary King of Reddick, III., are spending a few days this week a the H. W. and J. B. Geelan homes. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz and family and Leona Bisenius of here Mrs. Wade Moore and Jolleen John son of Mason City were Sunday dinner guests at the Werner Braatz home. Mrs. John Ryan and Bill and Kathlyn of Chicago returned to their home Friday evening after spending last week with Mrs. Ryan's sister and brother, Ella and Frank Burke. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Germann of Des Moines and Mathilda Germann of St. Benedict and the Andrew Reding family of Otipsen were Sunday dinner guests at the Martin Clscheld bom*. «-"— •"* J*»t 4oh«,,™_ Warsaw. Ind., Mrs. Mamie rison of Indianapolis, Ind., and Mr and Mrs. Frank Sprang of Livermore, spent Friday afternoon at the Werner Braatz home. Mr. and Mrs. John Kelso and John, Jr., of Bricclyn, Minn., and Hr. and Mrs. Jess Dugan of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fitzgerald of Algona spent Sunday at the James Kelso, Sr., home. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Elbert returned home Sunday after attending an old settlers' picnic and visiting rcl- tives nl Metamora, 111. They also Utended the funeral of Mrs. Elbert's cousin at Rennselaer, Ind. Mrs. Steve Cole and children of 'edar Fulls spent several days last weelt at the John S. Cullen homo here. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Cullen and children of Mason City vlslt- d at the John S. Cullen home on Thusday. Sorensen FROM I/Ill TEN YEARS AGO Dr. L. O. Baiter had gone over to Spencer on a business mission. He had found the town In the throes or reorganization of the First National Bank, which was being operated under the supervision of National Bank Examiner Robert Stewart • * * Mrs. A. Hutchison had gone to Chicago to spend a week or so with her daughter, Isabelle, Mrs. C. Q. Drummond. Mr. Drummond was a professor in the west Chicago schools. » • * Stella Mac Brcon; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Breen of Tlton- ka, went to her home in Titonka, where she was to recuperate from an operation for appendicitis performed at the Kossuth hospital the previous week. • • • Ralph and James Elbert of the Kohlhaas garage had gone to Des Moines, where they were attending the Chevrolet mechanics' which was held there. school Katherlne Johnson had arrived to spend the summer with ier daughter, Mrs. Dg White. She had been in Janesville, Wisconsin, during the winter visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. W. Tessin. • • • Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Scan Ion o lock Valley, and Dr. and Mrs. H 3. Scanlan of Sheldon, and Dr. an Mrs. C. J. Scanlan of Bancroft ha spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. F C. Scanlan here. Mr. and Mrs. D J. Scanlan were the parents an he other three men were brothers KELLOOrG'S COEN FLAKES ..-2 pkgs. 23c GLASS DISH FREE LIMA BEANS, No. 2 size ) • 6 ca ns 5^ PEAS ft CARROTS No. 2 sue J 12 for $1.05 GEOBGIE PORGIE lg. pkg. 23c LIGHTHOUSE CLEANSER 3 cans 13c IMITATION PRESERVES 4 Ib. jar 45c Bf>» Me Vtarch,«f j_ celebration by the fair assoclatio were being completed and the hi: of amusement was to be the larges n this section of the state. Or,t> he best of amusements were sel ected. Durwood McDonald, former Bur boy, and son of Mr. and Mrs. O . McDonald at Hurt, was marrie ilttle Church of the WSIKilfv it Glendalc, California, in the Little Church of the Flowers" to luriel Anderson of Los Angeles California. * • * Mr. and Mrs. Tlico. Herbst and ilrs. Oliver Moe had arrived home rom California, where they al pent the winter. Mr. and Mrs Herbst were to make Algona their ermanent home, and Theo. said owa beat California as a good lace to live. Mrs. Moe was In Los Vngeles for the winter and Mr. and ifra. Herbst and Mrs. Herbst's son Charles, were In Glendale. A large crowd had attended the Jail opera house and the proceeds amounting to $150, which was to be turned over to the Red Cross for the flood sufferers In the south. $ucce*s I: very time Don't hope for success— have it every-:! time. Use Mother's Best, the uniform* high quality flour. At all good grocers."^; MOTHER'S ±M -f, t Best * rlour FIOUR IThe FLOUR \witha FLAVOR We Specialize in Mother's Best Flour 49 Ibs. 1.96 Fire Place Flour, 24% Ib. sack 90c; 49 Ibs. 1.74 Peaches, Pears, Apricots and Grapes . For Oanning LAMB STEW per Ib. 15c LAMB ROAST per Ib. 32c V«AJ, L0A? per ib. 20c V1A1, ROAST per Ib. 20c V1AI. STEAK per Ib. 28c We Want Butchering Stock Preah Dreoed fancy Chickens SORENSEN GROCERY CO. WeBelwer M For several years the Algona post office site had been pronounced as Inadequate, for the increasing business. The present room had about 1500 square feet, and 2, 600 square feet were needed. Two places were suggested. Kohlhaas Brothers had remodeled the northwest corner of their building, which had ample room, was light and well ventilated and the First National Bank room. The latter was much larger than their present site, and was in a desirable location. Alvina Miller, geometry Instructor In the high school, was called home this week to accompany her mother, who is ill to Rochester. Mrs. W. K. Ferguson is substituting for her. • * * Algoiut business houses are al! showing a patriotic spirit and have cards posted announcing that "Employees who enlist in the Iowa National Guards during the war with Germany, will find their positions open upon their return." This is being 'tone in practically every city in th» jtate and is as it should be. * * * The Algona Commercial Club has placed a number of hitching posts on North street, just north of the light and water plant. Here farmers can tie their teams while shopping. They have also rented the barn on Dodge street, where farmers can put up their teams without charge. This supplies a long felt want of the Algoua farmers and will be much appreciated by them. Burglars entered tb* Chicago * Northwestern passenger depot and secured between two and four dollars in change from a parcel check- Ing booth. Whan Agent Mundhenk through which he passed later. The gum machines were unmolested. • * * The war has put a crimp In baseball and all sports. The good men have all enlisted. • * * Jitnmie Neville has an attractive mechanical device in his show window. It is a man walking around a pedestal, stepping over shoes placed on exhibition, advertising "walk over" shoes. • * « H. R. Clark, a Bancroft boy, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Clark, has been for some time In the U. S. army In the coast artillery division, located on Corregidor Island, near Manilla. Word recently received from him states that he has been promoted, having held the office of corporal. • . * Superintendent Shirley was at awea City on official business. Tom Waud, the druggist, handles the school books for that locality, and as he expected to leave soon for Ft. Snelling, where he will attend an officers' training camp, Mr. Shirley was checking up the books with him. TWENTY YEARS AGO Frank Kohlhaas returned from Keokuk, where he went on business. Frank reports the water there as very high. Keokuk had direct telephone connections with the storm area In Illinois, during the storm, and one night the telephone bill amounted to $132. • * * John Van Peest and daughter, Elva, went to Fort Dodge on business. Mr. Van Deest recently pur- /chased the John- MMln«A Bu»le store and his daughter assists him in the business. • • • Elizabeth Nugent returned to Mason City after a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Nugent. Elizabeth is attending the business school. • * * Miss Marie Morbcrg and Morton Pederson were to be united in marriage at the homo of the bride's father, C. J. Horbcrg in this city by Rev. Lundell. 4 NEW TEACHERS JOIN STAFF OF ARMSTRONG SCM. School To Open There on Monday, Sixth Of September Armstrong: Four new school teachers were hired for the coming year. The list of teachers, their home town and the subject they will teach are: Donna McCreary, Bradgate, kindergarten; Dorothy Fear. Webster City, first grade; Marian Blue. Lake Park, second grade; Inez Dushln- ske, Cherokee, third grade; Helen Bushoom, Lake City, fourth grade; Margaret Twedt, Esthervilie, fifth grade; junior high school—Lucille Fisher, Creston, principal, English; Christie Kruel, Lnurens, vocal music and ihstory; Elfredo Peterson, Rtngsted. arithmetic, reading and penmanship; Ethel DeVrles, Buffalo Center, geography and senior high home economics; senior high school—Rosemary Black, Iowa City, principal, English; Delpha May- thaler, Earlville, mathematics and guidance; G. H. Adams, Armstrong, manual training, scoial science and athletics; Gerald Niemeyer, Armstrong, instrumental music (band and orchestra); Lois Spicer, Bloomfield, commercial and history; W. A. Ortmeyer, Armstrong, superintendent, science. The school open Monday, Sept. 6. will Mrs. Bridget Blum went to Minneapolis to visit her daughter recently. Thomas Brookes of Charles City is spending his vacation with his sister, Margaret Brookes. Mrs. Vern Dresch and son of Vermlllion, South Dakota, are visiting at the parental John Sturm, Sr., home. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Irmlter itnd daughter, Marie, attended n shower nt the Ralph Graettinger home nea Graettinger Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Bauman and son returned to the parental H. M Irmiter home after spending the week end with friends and relative: in Lakota and Ledyard. Mrs. Nancy Baird returned to her home in San Diego, Calif., Wtdnes day evening after a month's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Martin Peterson. Mrs. Arthur Fleming and son of San Diego, California, who accompanied Mrs j Baird here, will remain for a longer visit at the parental Martin Peterson home. Ono country, one language, one Rag. • • • Nearly every available lot In this city had been plowed up and was to be planted to potatoes and garden truck. It was thought that It would pay, as high prices were predicted for the next fall. • * • The Buffalo Center school board passed resolutions to the effect that any high school boy who desired to enlist in either the army or navy could do so and receive full credit for that year's school work. arrived in the morning at the depot he found one ol the window* opened in the men'* waiting room, and Mrs. Anton Anderson had been n Des Moines visiting with friends. Al Falkenhainer had spent most of the week In Des Moines looking after interests of the State Druggists' Association. It was a memorable meeting hat the Commercial Club held. The most notable action was that in re- ;ard to the credit system. Commencing June 1 all bills will be due n sixty days except those ov/ed the grocer and meat man which will >ecome due In thirty days. After his time they will bear interest at he rate of eight per cent. They also agreed that they would not 'ermit circus and carnival posters o be displayed in their windows or n the exterior of their buildings. * • * Merle \Vfllendorf, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wellendorf of this city, was one of our patriotic boys. Merle was too young to enlist in the army but he had enlisted on the farm, and he accepted a place with A. A. Dreyer of Fenton. He was a good indusrtious boy and Mr. Dreyer was congratulated in securing him for he will make good. • * # M. P. Uaggurd and Al Falken- hainer were over at Mason City and returned in company with E. E. Conner of St. Paul, who is down on business. » » • The Kossuth County Batik expects to move to the Algona Commercial Club rooms in the New Algona hotel building about the first of June, when operations on their fine new building will be commenced. The bank had found it hard to secure suitable quarters during the erection of their new bank building and the offer of the club room was a happy solution of the difficulty. Secretary Van Auken and County Agent Wentworth also continued to occupy desk room in the club room*. * * • »lM 4 Horses Dead In Doan Neighborhood Doan: A. J. Martlnek lost a horse last week with sleeping sickness, the first case In this locality. Bryan Asa had two horses killed by lightning last week during an electrical storm. Wm. J. Martlnek also lost a horse last week with *om« •tomaoii ailment. .; Corn Blown Down The storm last week Monday eve ning did much damage to corn in these parts, as it Is blown down so badly that farmers will find it difficult to husk this fall. A. J. Martinek and Rudolph Larson accompanied shipments of cattle to Chicago Saturday evening. The Wm. J. Martineks and Henry Buileys drove to Des Moines last week and attended Ringling Bros, circus. Mrs. Ruth Sparks and son drove t» Spencer Tuesday afternoon to see her brother, John Altwegg who is in a serious condition In the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Anderson and children drove down from Wln- dom, Minn., for Indian Day and to visit their many friends and rel atives. Mr. and Mrs. Adams and Mr. am Mrs. Harry Kaiser of Sutherland were' Sunday afternoon visitors o the latter's sister, Mrs. Wm. J Martinek. Gladys Paetz, who has been stenographer at the Sioux City Seec Co., the past several years, resignec and has accepted a position In that capacity for H. N. Kruse. The Lon Gouge family of Wesley, Henry Bailey family and the A. J. Martineks and Roman and Arthur Roth spent Friday evening at the Wm. J. Martlnek home and visited with the Frank Roth family of Elgin, Neb. Mrs. Ruth Sparks, Mrs. Joe Ooetz and Mrs. Guy Dimond and daughter, Carolyn attended a shower on Saturday afternoon in honor of June Dimond, a bride this week, at the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs. Fredo, who lives south of Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roth and son and daughter came to the Wm. J. Straw Stacks Go Into Sinking Spell In Union Township Union: New straw stacks are taking on a sort of dilapidated looking appearance. The sunken condition is perhaps due to the dryness of the straw thus making it rather loose in the stack. Even straw which had been carefully stacked is the same way. Grain, which had been stacked at the Chester Bailey farm started to mold and the stacks were torn ipart. Shocks of grain which had not been threshed were also torn apart to dry the grain preparatory to threshing. There Is still n small amount of grain to be threshed. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Strayer and son were dinner guests at the Ben Sould home Sunday. Alice Will and Pearl nnd Dorothy Alt were guests of Miss Marie Holm ht Algona recently at n young folks' party. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kcefc at:ended the funeral of Mrs. Keefe's aunt. Miss Mary Dunn nt Algona Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Harvey and children and Dr. and Mrs. L,. W. Fox of Algona returned Sunday after a week's outing nt the rodeo at Sidney. Ice cream and a settling up party was held at the Bert Marlow home last Thursday evening. They figured it was an opportune time following the rain. Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Wight and two sons, Dick nnd Bob, left for their home nt Clayton. New Mexico, Tuesday, after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller nnd family of Union and Mr. and Mrs. John Co.x, south of Algona, were Sunday dinner guests at the Arthur Jackman home near Lotts Creek. L.ouis Bodes were callers there in the afternoon. The house on the Kecfe farm tenanted by Robert Ward, has re- :eived a new cont of paint. Robert Seefe will farm the place next year and Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Brophy near Sexton, who purchased the Keefe property where Robert now lives, will move on to their own farm. Lone Rock Schools To Open Monday Lone Rock: The Lone Rock public schools will open Monday with tho following teaching staff: high school—Supt. V. V. Frye; coach, Dwight Fernau of Carpenter; typing, Eliza Roenne of Osbornc, Kansas; Lcona Schulz, home economics, Wentzvllle, Mo.; junior high, Dorothy Walker of Gowrle; fifth and sixth, Blanche Henriksen, Ottosen; third and fourth, Mabel Howe of Bancroft; first and second, Margaret Schloeman, Estherville. Frank Macumber returned Sunday to Waterloo after spending a few days here with his family. Kathryn Stehritz accompanied him to Fort Dodge, where she is visiting her sister, Mrs. Francis Poole. SENECA TO HAVE 2 NEWTEACHERS School To Open Aug. 30; Bus Operators Are Named Seneca: The Scnera consolidnted school will open Monday, August 30, with two new faculty members. The following will operate busses for the school term: route 1, Vcrle Smith; No. 2. Glenn Paulsen; No. 3, Howard Bollig; No. 4, Albert Cody; No S, Ole Oftcdahl; No. 6, Ralph Campbell; No. 7, George Patterson; No. 8. Paul Crowley; No. 9, G. R. Patterson; No. 10. Loren Byers; No. It, Sigurd Olsen. All busses are to be painted yellow nnd black. Paul Crowley was a dinner guest at the Joe Priestcr home near Whittemore Sunday. Mrs. Fred Johnson of Fort. Dodge spent the past week at the parental Carl Peterson home. Jens P. Jensen is vacationing in Wyoming. Yellowstone Park and various other western places of interest. Mrs. Fred Jensen, daughter Victoria and granddaughter, Sherry I Olsen, spent Saturday afternoon at' the A. T. Paulsen home. Jim Richards of Spirit Lake, who has spent the past week at the home of his son, Howard and family, returned to his home Sunday. Mrs. John Klein of Waterloo fa spending several weeks at the horn* of her daughter. Mrs. Joe Crowlay and family and her son. Henry, add family. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Peterson of Fenton, formerly of Seneca ara the proud parents of a son born one day the fore part of last week. This Is their second child, both being boys. DANCE TOWN IS TALKING SEXTON Saturday, Aug. 28 Red Hot Dance Band From Mason City— The Syncopatin* Six Hot, But Oh So Sweet FREE DANCE for the ladies by clipping this ad and presenting before 9:30 P. M. LADIES' FREE TICKET DANCE EVERY SAT. NITE SEXTON ? - Propane Why Throw $3.50 Away ? Is 100', The peril ot being too careful S&^SR^J 1 ^? 1 * •»•• «*° JH«« hh beet to ptay safe with love, and bow his caution led to half million dollar suit In the American Weekly, the mag- atlne distributed with Next Sunday'. Chicago Herald and examiner. Thermogas Standard A-No. 1 Propane Gas j; Why Is Thermogas A Better Buy ?— ^ It 'H A-NY>. 1 Perfect Propane Gas <4 Delivery is made in 100 II)., full size cylinders, for $8.50 per full 100 Ibs. •^ Free, quick service dejivery. •^ Other gas is about as good a buy if you like to pay $12.00 per cylinder, when you can save $3.50 buying from us. IS $3.50 WORTH ANYTHING TO YOU We AE e Making Dally Changes on This Gas of J12.00 Users to J8.80 Users. Why Not You? I L W. Swanson Algona STORES Whlttemore remained until Saturday forenoon when they left for their home in Elgin, Neb. They came to visit their sons, Roman and Arthur who have employment here. Lotts Creek News undacati tht Gertrude Kuecker was a Sunday diniiL-r yuust at the Hugo FuuUtich home. The Lolls Creek public school, iJist. No. 1 will begin Sept. 6. Miss Olivia Kressin id the teacher. Harold Schmidt, Elmer Pijahn, Ferdinand Mittag and Reinhold VVetztl went on a fishing trip up north early Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz had their baby girl baptized Sunday. They named her Bernice Raye. The sponsors were Mrs. Richard Potratz and Martin Meyer. Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Cox and family and Mr. and Mrs. Millar and family of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at UM A. L. Jackman home. The afttrnoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Bode of Algona. The synod o/ Uu St. Paufi Im- ta thin vMfc font AuZl* to — »- - - W. ** •*" ... wilh a Complete Array of Sturdy New Fall Styles lor Peppy Boys and Girls! 98c to $3.95 We're proud; indeed, to make ' this thrilling an-, '• nouncement...now/ wise mothers, can secure the nationally famous Buster Brown shoe* here. The very same •hoes that protect tender, growing feet. We pledge, ourselves to always s«e that children's shoes fit as they should. 1 Buster Brown Shoes are made irV a wide variety of smart, sturdy 1 styles for "peppy" boys and girls. BRQWNELL'S The Shoe Store of Kossuth County

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