The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 2, 1937 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 2, 1937
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TWO BANCROFT WEDDING BANNS HEARDSUNDAY Johnson-Schneider and Lang Stott Betrothals Announced BM»CToft: Th* banns of mat riMKBjy •<*•«•» published for the firs titsif Sunday for Hilda Johnson and Earner Schneider and also for Rose Lang and John Stott. John Becker III John Reciter is Hi with Malta frrer at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Recker, Sr John has been employed at the Bancroft billiard hall. Serve 1,800 Dinners The St John's Harvest Festival was a big success. Over 1,800 dinners were served during the two days. Mrs. Matt Kramer returned home Tuesday from a Fairmont hospital. She had been there the past three weeks. Harvey Stevens Of Sexton Finds Dust Sexton: Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven returned Monday from a six- day trip to the Black Hills and Rapid City. South Dakota. They spent Saturday and Sunday at Miller. South Dakota, with the George Wermersens. Mr. Wermersen is a brother of Mrs. Steven. They report Dakota very dry and dusty. There were some dust storms while they were there. Mrs. James Carroll returned last week from Illinois, where she had spent a week with relatives. Mrs. Drusie Noble is at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Martin Hinders near Woden, helping care for the family, who are suffering with Malta Fever. The Ladies' Aid held a Watermelon social on the Kirschbaum lawn last Friday evening which was quite well attended. Cantaloupe, 'ce cream and cake were also served. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neahring and children returned Saturday from a five day visit at Walnut, 111., with Mr. Nenhring's parents. His broth- r, Arthur came home with them or a visit here. W. J. Green, employed with a onstruction company near Storm _ake, spent the week end with Mrs. _The Algona Upper Den MolBM, Algoiut. law*. Bant. 2,1937 Farewell Party- Eleanor Edge was the honoree at a farewell party at the Blue Room at the Hotel Algona last week Wednesday evening. There were twelve of her friends at a seven o'clock dinner. Each gue presented Eleanor with a handke chief. Those present were Ma jorie Phillips, Phyllis Sawyer Be ty Hilsteadt, Phyllis Mathes o Ames, Maxine Hnrgreaves, Virginl Morck, Jane Cretzm'eyer. Eleano Thorpe. Gail Shackelford, Mildre Pratt. Maxine Merritt. Larson and Bett Churchill Reunion- Members of the Churchill clan 3reen and the children. The new aby born to them Aug. 21, has Mrs. Phil Sheridan and two sons I been named Guy Eugene, of Ames are visiting at the J. H. Arthur Stueber. Rex Taylor and Sheridan, and W. J. Deitering Robert Fraser returned Sunday names- night from Des Moines, where they Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lappe and went to attend the state fair. They family left Monday for Des Moines went to Ottumwa Sunday to bring where they will attend the state home Mitch Taylor, who had spent fair for a few days. a week with relatives there. Dorothy McClelsh, who is taking Merle Richards and sons, Guy, beauty culture at Fort Dodge spent Frank and Kenneth, spent Sunday Sunday with her parents, Mr. and) afternoon at the home of his uncle held a family reunion Sunday a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley with sixty present. Mem bers who came from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Carey o Waterloo, who were week end guests of Mr. Carey's mother. Mrs. Eva Carey Dayton. Mrs. Dayton's maiden name was Eva Churchill. Pot Luck Supper- Margaret Brown was hostess at a pot luck supper at her home on luesday evening. Mrs. Wallace Clow of Coldwater, Michigan, was the guest of honor. Other guests were Margaret Vigars, Virginia Schnepf, Mite. Bernard Yoeman. Mary Foster. Ida Halpin. and Evelyn Smith. A social evening followed the supper. Girt* Friendly Club- Mrs. Mary Woodward entertain- the Girls Friendly club of the GREATEST FIELD OF ENTRIES IN HARNESS RACES SiSwS.S'TKaSlVS.lS 8tate Ch »»plOM, Both Here's The True Facts About Dog Days & Danger They met at the home of Meredith Raney. There were twenty girls present A nature program was presented. Birthday Dinner- Mrs. Harold Hutchins entertained | at a one o'clock dinner, Sunday aft- Horses and Drivers, Entered Here (By Earl Vincent) The greatest field of horses ent _ ernoon, honoring the birthday of ered for the two days of harnes her dnughter-in-law. Mrs. Donald racing ever to appear on the Kos Hutchins. The guests were mem- suth County fairgrounds have been bers of the Hutchins family. Picnic Dinner- entered. Probably as many fas record horses as ever have been I gathered together at any one time The Episcopal parish met at the 2" any county falr S rounds ' will be Gilbert farm, Sunday afternoon, for a picnic dinner. There was a fine turnout of seventy-five. Ladles' Aid— The women who are members of the Ladies' Aid of the Methodist Over 60 horses entered, including a number of the fastest trotters | and pacers in the middle west will be here. Two Divisions Probable On Wednesday, the 2:114 trot has 16 entries, which will no doubt nee- church will meet today (Thursday) 1B f.» ' , h wl " no doubt nec " n the church parlors lnursday) | essitate making two divisions In Luncheon Postponed— The luncheon-bridge party that) Oskafoosa. ^ThTs horse has"been" a was to be held at the Country Club, several time winner at the Iowa Tuesday afternoon, was postponed state fair. Mary Kent, 2:10, own this race. Some of the better known horses are: Peter Paul, 2.08%. owned by Ed Berry and son, or two weeks. Mrs. Sam McdeUh. and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Green- Mrs. Joe Kramer left Sunday for ? el ?' . The Rlchar <'s family had Detroit, Michigan, where she will M US A r1ctuTr , ned hom e from a week's • - - visit her Anthony. , w 1T , daughter, Sister MarvKi 3 " '" ™ inols ' takin * with — - • She plans to be Mrs. A. D. Richards, Algona. for a «iiiuuiiy. one pians to be eone ,:, — »»•«.•••««««.->, m^uim. iui » about a week or ten davs months visit with her son. Fay at •* " I Tinna Til n«u4 «tl*^_ »_ 1.1 .. Mrs. C. V. Skilling and daughters! Princeton" Helen and Anne and Mrs. George' ™ nccton ' Mulligan of Window. Minn., visited Sunday at the M. A. Saunders home. Helen and Anne remained here for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ed O'Donnell re'" rn £ d _ t ,° their home at Campus. the Purchases Irvington Tract Farm Land Irvington: A de-il wns completed Mrs. H. O. Buell of Burt Was Hostess Burt: Mrs. H. O. Buell entertained at a one o'clock luncheon, followed by bridge, last Friday in honor of Mrs. H. L. Sauermann Sig ourney. who with her husband an son. have been spending severa weeks with her parents. Mr. an Mrs. Al Steahle. Other guests wer Mrs. Staehle. Mrs. P. F. Kriethe Mrs. C. W. Patterson. Mrs. K. J Smith. Mrs. F. L. Pratt. Mrs. Helen Peters, and Mrs. L. A. Boettcher Mrs. Staehle won the prize for higl score and Mrs. Sauerman receive* guest prize. Francis Foley home. Mrs. O'Don- farmCr "° rth ° f wt "«emore. pur- nell is a sister of Mr. Foley and Ed cnnsed the Mrs. Kate Chilton farm Is a son of Wrn. O'Donnell. of 33 acres, just north of Irvington. Attend Infant Rites Lone Rock: Mr. and Mrs. E. The George Noone family are now tenants on the place, and will move to Mrs. Chilton's farm in River- y- **' r ' which he intends to use for pasture. Rewrites Of New$ From L«t Tuesday'f Konuth County Advance The New Cottager, Beauty Shoppe New Modern Equipment *"&*% Permanent Waves $5.00 Nestle G-4 Waves $500 Duart Oil Waves ~_ <unn Nu-Pad Oil Waves «250 End curb "-":::;::::;:$2.oo Those prices include Shampoo, Fingpi- Wave and Hair Cut. Oil Shampoo ; ,nd Fin-,.,- \V avt . ( w j t j, M., S . siifje and hrushiii"-) Yg c Shampoo and Kinder Wave _50c Manicures Eye lirow Arch ~~~~*. Marcd """" Finp-er Waves, Wet —._-I_"__~~ _~ I 25c Finder Waves, Dried ~_~~35c ALL WORK CJC'ARAXTKKI) Call For Evening Appointments Edna Gilmorc, Propricter Phone 12H 119 S , mth Minn _ 8t> The NEW CALL AN D </COMFORTABLE Now Knowing Paul Muni in THE GOOD EARTH" Saturday, Sept. 4 Mutinee from 1 O'clock ACCIDENTS—HALF DOZEN injured: Thursday night, a machine driven by John Isebrandt, Titonka, owned by Evert Swalve, Titonka, who was not along, crashed into a machine driven by Paul E. Anderson of Kiren, Iowa, at the railroad crossing east of Sexton. Isebrandt and John Whitney, Emmetsburg were injured and taken to a local hospital. Whitney was sentenced to 15 days in jail after being charged with drunkennes, and Isebrandt was scheduled to appear in court after being released from the hospital. Five people In the Anderson car were bruised and shaken up, Mrs. Anderion being the most seriously hurt, with facial Injuries. Sunday morning, a machine driven by H. J. Parker, Omaha, and one driven by Mrs. Edward Sohn, collided near St. Joe on highway 169. The Parker car went off an 8-foot grade, but nobody was seriously injured, although Mrs. John Schneider. Parker's sister, suffer[ ed bad bruises. Cars driven by James Findiey, Algona. and Mrs. Joseph Weydert. U'(-:it Bend, collided Sunday morning at the John Simon corner, six miles southwest of Algona. Only minor injuries were suffered. • * • ROOTMCGGING CHARGES were filed against two men. by county officers. Francis Elbert, Whittemore, wiis arrested, entered a plea of not «uilty before Mayor Woodward, Wliitlemore, and was bound over to the grand jury under Jl.OOO bond, which was furnished Saturday. At Fenton. Friday, Sylvester Heinzinger was arrested and three cans of alleged alcohol seized. He was bound to the grand jury, by Justice P. A. Danaon, and bond fixed at 11,000. MAN ABOUT TOWN IS ON 2-WEEKS VACATION Just in case you're beginning to give up hope of erer neeing The Man About Town's column In this paper, we want to gay that like the rest of us, the old boy is taking his vacation. His column was missing last week, and also this week. Barring accident on his travels, however, we expect him to be back in full prime for next week'slssue, probably all brown and trfnncd, and full of tales of the sights he's seen and the people he's met, or something. Winifred Carlisle of Whittemore Is Bride, August 23 Whittemore: La Vera Albertson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Albertson of Humboldt and Winfred Carlisle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carlisle of Whittemore, were inited in marriage, August 23 at Jlair, Nebraska, by Rev. James ohnson of Blair, a close friend of he bride's family. The bride was attended by her sister, Irene Albertson of Lincoln, Neb. The groom was attended by his friend, Marion Hyink of here. Mrs. Carlisle Is a graduate from the Bode high school. Mr. Carlisle is a graduate from the Whittemore high school and Emmetsburg junior college. Their future home will be at Whittemore. ed by Fred V. Kent, Ottumwa; Etta | Belle, 2:08H, a winner here tw years ago: Calumet Can from th Wilson's Stables at Parsons. Kan sas, a money winner at Des Moine this week, and a number of oth ers. The 2:22 pace raced on Wednes day, also has 15 entries. Some o the better known horses In this race are: Patsy Brewer, 2:08Vi, owned by R M. Mackson. Eldora; Jason Henry. 2:09 1 .i, owned by Dr M. R. Higbee of Albert Lea. Minn.; Sir Zulack. 2:09. owned by J. O Browning. Columbus Junction, la. 10 Hones in Trot, Thorn. On Thursday the 2:22 trot has ten horses entered Including: Peter Go C. a winner of his race in Des Moines on Wednesday of this week where he trotted his first heat in 2:09. owned by Ed Berry & Son of Oskaloosa. Other consistent winners starting in this race are Mary Forbes, owned by Leo Baker of Humboldt; Lee Like, owned by Francis Benson. Eldora. this horse also being a winner of his race in Des Moines on Wednesday, where he trotted In 2:10. The 2:14 pace also on Thursday has 13 entries Including: Gratton Boy, owned and driven by Mike Mclnerney of Ottumwa, one of "Dog days" are here—but you can cross off the two superstitions which have worried dog owners every summer for several centuries. First—hot weather doesn't cause dogs to go mad. Second—rabies is actually more prevalent In February and March than It is during hot weather. Hints on common summer precautions which the public should take against rabies. Include: "If any of your family receives a dog bite, have the animal confined in a veterinary hospital for three to four weeks. If the animal is rabid, t will die within that time. "Report to your physician immediately if you have been Wtten >y any animal having rabies. There s nothing to worry about If the Pasteur vaccination treatment is given promptly. Delay, however, may prove fatal. "Stray animals are highly Instrumental in the spread of rabies In 10 summer." "Protect your own dogs and pets ly having them immunized against abies once a year by your veter- narlan." ,l The bulletin points out two types ' rabies—one, the "dumb" type, In hich the dog appears to have a paralysed lower jaw; and the other the "mania" type. In which he wishes to fight or bite everyone with whom he comes in contact Both Seimer-Arndorfer Banns Were Read St. Benedict: Banns of matrimony were published for the first time for Ann Selmer of Wesley and Bernard Arndorfer at both St. Joseph church nt Wesley and St. Benedict church here Sunday. Miss Seime'r Is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I Aug. Selmer of Wesfty Arid} Bernard youngest son of the fate (Mr. and Mrs. Joseph AndoTfer. 5 Pound Son Fenton: Mr. and Mrs. Linus Jensen, from north of Fenton, are parents of an 8H pound boy bora on Tuesday evening at the Mueller hospital, Fenton. : SCHOOL SALE •*^m*MH*l*WOT^IV*M«^P«*VB«^^P^BV«B«MWBWWWVWWWVI Savings on Boys' Wear PULLOVER SWEATERS Neat jacquard designs on heath'er tones of oxford, blue or brown. V-neck styles. Sizes SO to 34. Boys' dress caps In classy* brown and gray patterns. Fully lined and has a sweat shield Boys mannish patterned handkerchiefs in big 15 In. size 3 tor 5c 49c 25c types are equally bulletin warns. dangerous the 500 View Cowan Model Home Here Some 500 people went through the Dick Cowan home, Saturday am Sunday of last week, viewing the small-type, but moden home tha was constructed by H. R. Cowan & Son. Each guest registered. The louse has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, living and dining room a modern electric kitchen, and combination heating and plant in the basement. cooling School At St. Joe Opened on Monday St. Joe: St. Joseph's school opened Monday parochial morning 7 Ladies Aids Are Guests In West Bend Ladles' Aid entertained the ladies of the Algona, Rolfe, Mallard, Plover, and Ottosen Presbyterian churches and mebmcrs of the Whittemore and West Bend Methodist Aid society. Friday afternoon. Mrs. T. A. Clark was hostess, greeting the guests as they arrived. A pro- sram furnished by the different societies was given. The president, Mrs. Myron Boos was in charge and called on a member of each society to respond. Mr. Willson of Algona recited some of his own poems, the Misses Roth- SHERIFF LOSS, his wife. Marshal Frank Green, and a state agent Ross Graham of Des Moines, left Monday for a trip to Glasgow, Montana, to bring back Eugene L. WaJsh. to stand trial here for jail breaking and selling naroctics, in the September term of court. It was understood that the trip would also include a vacation visit to the Bliick Hills enroute. • • • INTERIOR ALTERATIONS in the Iowa State Bank were made | tht»e [, few days that have con| Mderanly (hanged the bank's general appearance. The brass grillwork hn been removed, and plate Kla.-,., partitions substituted, with nothing above .-houlder level to obstruct the eye. well played piano selections, Miss NVIlie Grant of Rolfe told of her trip to Alaska; guitar, solor. Master D. Morgan; trio by Esther, Ruth and Louise Noeding. Stephen Williams played three piano solos. Mrs. Carl Vohs sponsored the program. Dinner Observes 69th Birthday Fenton: A surprise dinner was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell when all their children and grandchildren gathered to celebrate Mr. Mitchell'* 69th birthday anniversary. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Micklick of Thor, Mr. and Mr». Milfred Mitchell and family of near Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Olson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Christensen and son of Haifa, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Long and daughter, Marlys, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bleckwenn and daughter, Norma Jean, IJr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell and daughters, Anna Marie and Vinora. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pederson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell and family all of Fenton. the most consistent pacers racing through 111., Minn., and Iowa during the last half dozen years; Camelia. 2:064:, record taken at Des Moines, also on Wednesday, where she paced her three heats in 2:06Mr, 2:08. and 2:08Vi. this mare is in the stable of Art Berry. Fort Dodge, one of the best known race drivers in this part of the country. Helen Dale, owned by the Wilson Stables. Parsons, Kansas, winner of second money In her race In Des Motnes. These are just a few of the many high class horses that will race here on Wednesday and Thursday of next week. Not only will there be high class horses here this year, but there will be more famous drivers up behind theae horses than ever appeared here. Just to mention a few. There is Ed Allen, Des Moines. the man that gave Single G, l:58'i, the record racing him through the grand circuit a number of seasons, where he met and defeated the world's best pacers. Single G is conceded to be by all horse men the greatest rare horse th»t over lived. Charles Hardie also of DCS Moines, will be here. Mr. Hardie is also known throughout the United States as a man of uncanny knowledge of all kinds of race horses. And in addition is one of the most finished drivers ever to appear in a sulky. Dr. M. R. Higbee of Albert Lea, Minn., while a practicing veterinarian, has devoted much time to the training and driving for horses for over 40 years and his ability la well known not only In this county but throughout the east. Other Famous Driven Art Berry of Fort Dodge has in recent years developed and raised a number of best known harness horses racing through the middle west Another man who has raced here for a number of years Is C. E. Agler of Mason City. Mr. Agler is prominent not only in county fairs but on the Grand and Great Western circuits. In fact, all of the drivers to appear here this with Sister M. Hiltrude teaching first and second grade; Sister Marie Celine, third and fourth grades; Sister Mary Cecelia, fifth and sixth- Sisters Alfred and Hortense, seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth and Rev. George Theobold, catechism and Catholic history. Sister M. Claudia is house keeper. DRESS SHIRTS 49c Sizes Solid colors or new checks and stripes in vat dyed materials that look fresh and will stand lots of washings. NEW TIES Lots of colorful plaids and snappy new patterns. Boys' black or brown Imitation leather belts with buckle lOo Cement-On Soles of extra thick black rubber with roughener and cement lOc Tablets, crayons, pencils, Ink, note books, loose-leaf paper, school bags, paste, glue, rulers, erasers, typewriter paper and all stationery supplies. FOOT BALLS 29c 59c 98c WE GIVE GREEN STAMPS ' BEN FRANKLIN W. V. TButler, Owner CLOSE OUT on Polo Shirts Boys' 29c Shirts Men's or Boyn' 49c Shirts now 59c Polo Shirts 45c now Madson & Hanson :..'iu- h u; Ilim-uril "AFFAIRS OF 1'IKKKK" "IIKAKTS ARK TRI MI'S" I'm:-:.- Ma SC MMV MO.SOAV, SKi'T. 3 TRAFFIC CASKS— Eugene Wolf, 'ii,' roft. fmtcj $25 pl U3 , o .-its. Juat<: I Wilson, on ch;irgK3 tiled by W. HiuAMrt on reckle:-,H driving Edwin Howey, St. Paul, I<l-i;K-ri guilty 'irivi.'i^ u.'j Jni before luiiiiiiin of Jnilta an hour, while .-ir. anil wa., fiiit'l $5 '.'. E. Gardner. Clear |, ;i j ( J a $3 line fur tlriv- Jl IM,K UKI.ANU FILED a find- in^ iKil'lin^ that warrants iaaued for i ..-pair of drainage district 6!) • ouiii not bu i ollfc:ie<l. I^amiowntr.i haij prote;>ttii the drain- Al -<;i'.ST 1-OH.SE, 61, former Fenton man waj m.itantiy killed .Saturday when struck by a bolt of lightning <il Raymond, Minn. • * • LOTTS CREEK'S baseball team ttair. defeated f'enton, 5 to 4, at the Fenton festival, laat week, and won again on Sunday, 7 to 0. W • • P. A- UANSON, a reserve corps lieutenant, addressed the Rotary club, Monday noon, discussing various angle* of our peace-time military camp* and training schools • • • JIBS, MABV MI-WAG, Fenton, waa burned severely while canning tomatoes, wh«o the lid of some jars blew off, throwing the hot liquid on Fairview Folks Go To la. State Fair Corwith-Fairview: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers and son, Norman left laAt Friday for Dea Moinea, where they will attend the fair and visit Mrs. Chambers' sister. From there they will go to Knoxville to visit her brothers and sisters. Kenneth Wagner, her brother, who has *'een visiting at Knoxville, will return litre with them. Several others from the Corwith vicinity attended the state fair on Monday. Hud Lawson, Bill Woods, Kay Scace and Ed Hauptmann attended and Mr. and Mrs. George Evans. Sr, and Lottie, Edward and 'Jaorge. Jr., spent Wednesday visiting the fair. year are men known far and wide for their ability as race drivers. Grove Riffle, Steven, South Dakota, has been engaged to do the starting this year. Mr. Riffle has been doing the starting at the South Dakota State fair for a number of years and at many other large meetings. Thus is assured the patrons of the grandstand that the horses will be gotten away in each heat promptly. There will also be running races, Wednesday and Thursday. COME IN!! It's Time To Get Fixed Up For the Big Kossuth Go. Fair Our business is to improve your appearance. Shilts Bros. Barber {Shop Under Iowa State Bank and Saturday JAE RUBBERS . 6 for 23c MACARONI or SPAGHETTI 2 Ibs. 17c <OIL SARDINES 6 for 25c Golden Bantam CORN No. 2 size can 2 for 23c PUMPKIN ______^No. 2 size can, 3 for 26c FANCY COOKIES per Ib. 21c One Post Toasties ^ 50c Value One Post Bran ( for One Huskies f *yj One Grape Nut Flakes Free > »IC Illinois Peaches by the bushel. Colorado Canning Poaches by Crate Washington and California Pears, | )ox and lugs Concord (i rapes and Italian Prunes Mock Chicken Legs 7 for 25c Lamb Stew pe r I D . ifo Lamb Roast per Ib. 22c Young Beef Boil per Ib. 14c Veal Roast Ipe r Ib. 20c Armour Canned Beef Hash 2 cans 25c Dressed Chickens SORENSEN GROCERY CO. 5 deliveries daily Phone 138-139 tmmmmmmmnmmmmmmmummmmmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmM Mm. Mittitg erely burned Her aruij were sev- Portland Club's Program NeU $16 Portland: The Portland Progress club entertainment held last week was well patronized. The members wish to thank all concerned. The club cleared $16.64 and if they attempt anything on tbU order again they expect it to be bigger and bet- Anderson-Miller Wedding Ceremony Fairview-Corwith: Orvilie Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Anderson, and Leah Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miller of Lu- Verne, were united in marriage at Eagle Grove on August 18. They were attended by Freda Miller, ais- ter of the bride, and Leonard Wilson. After a honeymoon trip to Idaho the couple will be at home at the Emil Anderson farm, where the groom is associated in farming with his father. ter. Quests at W. 0. Heiters Lone Rock: Mr. and Mr». John Ackley. Mrs. Roy Stukenberg and Mrs. Suaan Schrieber, all of Leaf River, III., came Sunday for a visit at the W. C. HeiUr*. They had been visiting relatives in the Dakota*. Explosion Burns Man At Corwith Corwith-Falrview: Lloyd Stroup, who Is employed in Walt's Super service station, accidently burned bis right hand Thursday while attempting to repair an electric cable. An explosion occurred while he was heating some compound, throwing the hot compound over his hand. The burn* are quite deep and will take some time to heal. BUY OR 8EIX, Algoua Upper DC* Maine* want ad* have the reader*, MM* bring ttu> re- wdta. Every WMt ad U run free in The Saturday yvwvwvwww rWWVWWW Wear Them HIGH or Wear Them LOW SHOES for FALL Going to extremes is the smart thing to do when you're deciding on your new fall footwear. You'll be jiut as fashion- fight in a pair ot cross-strap sandals that fall away to almost nothing, a* you will in a giorioualy high gore-pump that cleverly hides your entire imtep. Whatever you decide, you can satisfy our fashion taste at Chrlstensen's Shoe Dept. Sleek Suedes Patent Leather 3.50 to 6.50 Kid, Calfskin Suede and Patent Comb. A Grand Profusion of Brilliant New Colors For Fall Exclusive Agency for Red Cross Shoes Chistensen Bros. Go, Shoe Dept.

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