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The Algona tTppftf tb* Xtf***, LOCAL-NOTES the P. W. Reeee Mid C. W. Sstf* «hett families were afternoon visitors at the Thos. Metcalf farm west of town, Sunday. Mrs. O. 9. Stephenson left Sonday for a weeks visit with her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Stephenson at Boone. Mr. and Mtrs. P. W. Keece and son, Glenn, were Sunday visitors at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Chas. W. Sarchett here, Mr. and Mm. W. C. McDougali spent the week end with Mrs. McDougall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tubbesing, at Mason City. Laura Spprnw, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Speraw, left Saturday for Des Moines, where she began a course in n business college. Mr. and Mr*. Homer Anderson and famll drove to Spencer, Sunday and visited at the homes of Mr. Anderson's brothers, Reed and Jas. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bloom and son, Dickie and Lula and Mable Kohl were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Kohl In Union township, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller left Wednesday for a vacation trip. They expect to be gone two weeks and will drive southeast with no special destination in view. Rev. Allen Wood has returned from the Methodist conference held at Sioux City, and reports that services will be held as usual Sunday at the Good Hope church this Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. 1» Whitney and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne drove to Medford, Minnesota, Sunday, where they were guests of Mr. Whitney's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Beardsley. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Cretxtneyer and daughter, Jane, drove to Oskaloosa Wednesday, where they were called by the death of Mrs. Cretzmeyer's brother's wife, Mrs. W. T. Henry. Mrs. Henry passed away Sunday. Mrs. Eugene Mnrtegh left for Chicago, Tuesday, where she will meet her husband, who has been there on a business trip. They will spend the remainder of the week in Chicago on business and pleasure. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Eldeln and son, Billy, have moved into the Henry Becker tenant house on North Phillips street, coming from Des Moines. Mr. Eldein is the repres- entative for the Chalmer Implement Company in Kossuth county. Grax* Berg, bookkeeper and stenographer In the office at the Gamble Store, was operated on at the General hospital In Des Moines Saturday for appendicitis. Miss Berg's home is at Swea City. She is reported to be making a rapid recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Koy Berrle and son, David of Mason City and BUI Barry, student at the University of Creighton at Omaha visited during the week end with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry. The latter are the parents of Bill and Mrs. Berrie. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Christensen and two children, and Mrs. Chris Larsen and daughter, Florence, all of Albert Lea, Minnesota, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Duffy, Saturday nnd Sunday. Mrs. Larson is Mrs. Duffy's mother, and Mrs. Christensen and Florence are her sisters. Mr. and Mrs. George Hackman and Mrs. Fred Geigel left Tuesday morning for Decatur, Illinois, and Knoxville, Tennessee, on a trip. Mrs. W. F. Mullica of Ortonville, Minnesota, accompanied them to Decatur, the other three going on to Tennessee from there. They will return via Decatur and bring Mrs. Mullica back with them. They plan on visiting George Hackman, Jr., and his wife at Knoxville. FENTON NEWS Mrs. F. H. Bohn and daughter, Mary Ann, spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Bonn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Goeders, near Cylinder. Mrs. Bohn's brother, Leo Goeders, of Superior has resigned his position Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause and Ms. and Mrs. Fred JenU and their daughter. Lorraine, left this week Wednesday for Barney, North Dakota, to attend the 50th wedding anniversary of Mrs. Krause and Mrs. Jentz's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kressin. Eldora Hcnsel nnd Leonard Pittman of Des Moines spent the week end with Miss Hcngel's mother. Mrs. Jacob Hengel. They returned to Des Moines Sunday accompanied by Mrs. Heneel who will spend a week visiting Eldora and another daughter. Mrs. Prince Rominger. Two 1936 Chevrolet Sedans Two 1938 Ford V-8 Coaches One 1936 Chevrolet Master Coupe The above cars arc clean and have low mileage. Good selection of Used Cars from 1028 to 3934 models. One 1935 Chevrolet Truck One 1933 Chevrolet Truck One 1931 Chevrolet Truck Conic in and jjH our price <>n nu-clianical, body and fender work. WE TRADE EASY TERMS Kossuth Motor Co. PIiom; 2(M) X. St. Pepperell Fabric Prints The finest quality wadh i rocks *1.00 Beautiful 16-^ure skirts, all sr/eb, I 4 to 46. CUMMING'S ALFRED STUDER BUYSPROPERTY Purchases Goslin Place in Wesley; Goslins Going To Woden Wesley: Alf Studer purchased the residence and other buildings and acreage owned by the C. W. Goslins one day last week and expects to move into town from their farm home southwest of town in the near future. The Goslin family are expecting to move to Woden as soon as a suitable residence can be had for living quarters there. Mr. Goslin manages a K. * H. service station in Woden. Mr. Studer is tankman for the K. & H. company out of Wesley. Buys Grocery Store Mrs. Antia Shipley who recently sold her local restaurant to Muriel Long of Lone Rock, has purchased (i grocery business in Woden and expects to take possession the middle of October. Secret Marriage Announced— i Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Keith of Hurt announce the marriage of heir daughter, Kftthryn to Stanley Larson, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Larson of Titonka. The wedding ook place July 25 at Wlnnebago, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Larson will make their home at Waterloo. owa. where Mr. Larson is em- iloyed. 'orwtth Women Hosts— The Corwlth Woman's club enter- ained the lady members of the Corwith school faculty and Mrs. Kee. Mrs. Gehrt and Mrs. Miller, at picnic at the Call State Park at Algona last Thursday evening. The •ommittee in charge of the enter- ainment were Mrs, S. L. Thompson, Mrs. P. E. Walley, Mrs. C. E. Galloway. Mrs. William Wood. Mrs. G. Severns. Mrs. Fay Scace, Mrs. "Vancis Kee, Mrs. R E. Furgeson. Jrs. A. R. Gardiner and Miss Elva 1 Stambaugh. Class Election— The annual election of the Cen- enary class of the Methodist Swan Monson has been confined to his home with illness. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman entertained a group of friends at a card party in their home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kleinpeter end two children drove to Good Thunder, Minn., Sunday to visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Meurer and two children of Plover were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Meurer. Special devotions are being held each Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the St. Joseph's church during the month of October. Miss Frances Roadinger spent all of last week at Rochester, Minn., where she was under medical observation and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ward, Miss Helen Kent and Mrs. Ed Wolf attended the cattle congress at Waterloo the latter part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Silas Espe and their daughter, Olive of Story City, spent Sunday as guests in the home of her sister, Mrs. Sam Alne and family. Bernadinc Johnson celebrated her ninth birthday anniversary on Sunday and a group of youngsters were invited to spend the day with her. Mr. and Mrs. John Ormsby attended a public card party at Woden Tuesday night of this week as special guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Orthel. Mrs. Dora Arndorfer has been on the sick list of recent weeks and is being cared for at the home of her son, Mike Arndorfer, near St. Benedict Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pfeffer and family of Des Moines spent the week end visiting his brother. Dr. L. L. Pfeffer and wife here and with her folks the John Wittes at St. Benedict. Mrs. John Mulllns nnd Mrs. Elmer Glawe are spending Thursday and Friday of this week at Cherokee Attending the Women'*' For •if* inlwfonarr convention iu delegates. A group of fourteen relatives from Rockwell City spent Sunday a the home of Nick Miller amd Includ ed his two daughters, Mrs. Tracj Koonz and Mrs. Ann Evener, theii husbands and families. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben F. Felt speni Sunday at Bode visiting at the A Wngm-r home. Mrs. Wagner spen 1 Thursday here in the home of hei parents, assisting Mrs. Felt whi entertained her club that day. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Albrecht an< three children of Rockwell City were Sunday gucats at the home o the Alfred Erdmanns. They als { spent some time during the day vis iting her sister, Mrs. John A. Haupt mann and her brother, Leo Bleich Mr. and Mm. John Ormsby spen from Friday until Saturday at th Donahue farm near Mason City vis iting their son. James, who is em ployed there, then continued on t Forest City where they spent unt Sunday evening with her mother Mrs. Sarah McCrodden, and sisters. church was held at a meeting, Monday evening. Mrs, George K. Johnson was named as president, Charles Klump as vice 'president, Mrs. Myrtle Vlnlng as secretary, and W. A. Dutton as treasurer. The program Included a trumpet trio presented by Richard Keen, Richard Norton, and Merle Pratt, accompanied by Barbara Haggard, and vocal solos presented by Mrs. Vaughan Rising and Mrs. A. E. Michel. Richard Keen Mso sang a vocal solo. St Jot Dinner Party- Mr, and Mrs. Matt Klrsch entertained at a six o'clock dinner, Sunday. In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Val Engert of Faribault, Minnesota. After dinner cards were\ played at three tables with Edward Bormann winning high priie In flve hundred, and the low prise going to C. K. Kohlhaas. Guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Val Engert of Far-' ibault, Minnesota, who were the guests of honor, the Herman PlatHe family, the C K. Kohlhaas family, Mr. and Mrs. John Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bormann, and Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Rongoedt attend the funeral of Mrs. Ludwig's lister. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Walker and amlly and Miss Esther Noedlng flailed the Harry Walker home on Sunday. Miss Phyllis Jaeger of Carroll spent the week end at the home of ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Faeger. Adolph Mikes returned Tuesday rom Rochester, where he has been n the hospital suffering with asthmatic bronchitis. Jennie and Agnes Polaski have returned home from Kansas City, where they have been attending school, and they will continue their school work here. Mrs. J. J. Jaeger motored to Carroll Thursday to bring her daugh- :er, Phyllis and Miss Betty Mertz lome for the week end. Th^ girls are attending the academy in Carroll. Clarence Mawdsley Planning Building Addition to Farm Irvington: Clarence Mawdsley Is completing plans for the erection of a new machine shed whose dimensions will be 56 by 80 feet The Vfawdsleys now have one of the finest set of farm buildings in this ?art of the state. Call Park Picnic A group of relatives assembled Sunday at the Call State Park for a picnic dinner. Those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson, the Leslie Jenkins, Paul Black and family, Irving Urchs, the Jess Riddles, Mrs. Dora Urch. and Mrs. Peter Jenkins all from Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Urch and two sons and L. T. Griffin of West Concord, Minn., and the Raney Rlchter family, also of Minnesota. FENTON CLASSES IN ANNUAL VOTE classes have elected the following officers for this year: seniors— president, Rollin Gcronsin; vice president, Harold Welsbrod; secretary-treasurer, Maxine Jentz; sponsor. Supt- M. E. Otterness. Juniors—president, Lucille Meyer; vice president, Robert Krause; secretary-treasurer. Ruth Kabelitz: sponsor, Gladys Slelchter. Sophomores—president, Marie Mitchell; vice president, Ervln Votteler: secretary-treasurer. Valerian Jentz; sponsor, J. V. Tatum. Freshmen—president. Wayne Flnnestad: vice president, Delores Kip- fir; secretary-treasurer, Dora Glaus; sponsor, Anna Finn. 12th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. August Meyer and daughter, Selma. Mr. and Mrs. Emll Rimers nnd family, and Mr. and Mrs. William Elmers and family were entertained at a six o'clock dinner Sunday evening at the Win. Meyers home In honor of the lat- ters 12th wedding anniversary. Jf**n. Mr*. Frtd Lieb, Ella L»*b Mr*. WftltM Vn&m, AgnM Goetsch and Mrs. O. 3. Rariney. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Schmidt entertained last week Wednesday evening In honor of their second wedding anniversary. From Fenton attending were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortensen and family and the Relnhold Laabs family. The independence idealists 4-H club met Saturday afternoon; Oct 2, at the John Jacobson home near Depew. Helen Kern gave a talk on "Book Shelves"; Mrs. Bertel Berkeland. assistant leader, gave a talk on Lamp Shades. The club planned a Hallowe'en party for Oct. 29th. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Wallace entertained at a six o'clock dinner Sunday evening. Guests were Mr, and Mrs. Earl Wallace and daughter, Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer And son, James, Mr.-and Mrs. Alvin Potratz and daughters, Beverly and Bernlce.-Lorena Meyer and Mervln Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. August Schutt and daughters, Shirley and Lavaune and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Weiss and son, August of McGrath, Minnesota, came Sunday for a visit at the Allan Bellinger, R. G. Hengel and Carl Beck homes near Fenton, and the Fred McWherter and Frank Schattschneider homes at Whltte- more. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radlg and Mrs. Elsie Dreyer spent Sunday evening at the August Zumach home at Rolfe. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Zumach and sons of Eldora, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Foyd Torgerson and family of Bode and Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Wlttkoff of Algona. Benefit Bridge At Mrs. Austin Gardner Home in Plum Creek Plum Creek: A benefit bridge party was held at the home of Mrs. Austin Gardner Friday afternoon. Mrs. Wm. Fitzgerald assisted. The proceeds went to the Plum Creek social club. I Whooping Cough The children in the John Gross family are having a siege of the whooping cough. H Hostess, 13th Mrs. Emma Crouch will entertain the Plum Creek social club on October 13th at the Mrs. Hortense Ferguson home in Algona. IOWA Wed. Thru. Sat. Oct. 6-9 Western Quality, Quantity—Always 2 Sun.-Mon., 00110-11 Sights never before seen. Devil beast, flying snakes, tree-climbing fish. ' HaiST last picture Also last chapter Dick Tracy serial. Advance new Hoot Gibson serial. BORNEO Ik* Mn» c*m»fitJM.. Race Track Romance Btrton, MaclANKi Tuesday—Extended Run Dutch Regan In "LOVE ON AIR" Bobby Bre*n In "Make A Wtoh" Price* this booking 106-Mo Farm Bureau Meeting Th* Ladies' Farm Bureau composed of the townships of the southwest corner of Kossuth county enjoyed n tea at the home of Mrs. Lucille Patterson last Thursday afternoon. The autumn colors were used as decorations. Miss Pepoon, home demonstration agent, presented a demonstration on "Helpful Hints for n Sick Room." C. E. Grove Rites At West Bend On Tuesday Afternoon West Bend: funeral services for C. E. Grove were held at the Methodist church Tuesday afternoon with Rev. C. K. McNary in charge. Mr. Grove was born in West Bend township January 31, 18C7. and died ;it hi.-* home in West Bend, Sept. 27, I'ji7 at the age of 70 yearn, 7 montha and ^7 day.v He suffered a stroke in 11>2'J and has nul been well .since. He had he en in bed siiH'e a week ;i;;c> .Saturday. Mr. Grove married Klora Ncwville on .Sept. 30, 1890. lii-otdt; !u.i wif«. he is hurvived by his four children, ftoscoe of Iowa fi'y. Mr.,. Hay Hell of Fort Dodge. Byron Grove of West Mend, and Mrs. n.-ir.i.tc M<(;ulloii«h of West l!'-jif!. Hi: wa.-i a rneiiiUL-r of tiie M. K. c huu.h and of the I. O. O. I', lu.l-e. ]..'\IT> Harili« Go d livtry o>irn.'j were (urn I v.'rck ;tnd i;iovi.-tl out to tin f/rovt lii'.-nt on uiain In. and Mrs. i'. O. I Jorweiler bjM.nt- Sunduy at Storm l^ike. Mi and Mrs. Myron Boos \vfcru i-'ojt i>oij^e vi.-iilors Wednesday. Mr:,. George Montu;- was a bus- iui'.,.i visitor in Alyona Saturday. A .itork hhowv:!- was held Thursday afternoon for Mm. Herman Ludwig. % Mis. C. C Miller and Mrs. Bruce Miller were iCmmeUburg visitors Wednesday. Miss Mae Sloan and Mr. and Mrs. George Lownian were in Kmmtta- burg Wednesday. W H. Daubendiek returned home from Kemsen Friday where he had been on business. Mr. and Mm. Alvin Kolfson spent Tuesday in Dts Monica attending a Wayne Moore and "Bud" Hutchins. Ames College students, were week end guests at the home of their parents. Frank Ditsworth has improved his entire set of buildings by having them painted. Turner Bros, did the work. Several from this vicinity have been fishing at Rutland during the past week and all report good results, However, fishing in the local river is still confined to small bullheads. Mrs. Paul Dremmel accompanied by Mrs. Robert Leason, motored to Ames Sunday morning to get Dorothy Mawdsley. who will spend the week end with her father, Edward Mawdsley. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius accompanied by their daughter and son-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Julius Winkel, and Mrs. Jake Winkel. at tended the Dairy Congress at Wat erloo Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Schultz ol Clarion called Monday evening at the Rome Hobisons, parents of Mrs Schultz. They were enroute to their home after a visit with the August Robi.sons near Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mawdsley and two children were week em guests at the home of Mrs. Mawd sley's parents near Reinbeck. On tlie return trip they visited the Dairy Cattle Congress at Water lo.j. Mrs Mary Devine and daughter .Vi-lhe. of Humboldt were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Devine' daughter. Mrs. Hal Skllling. Mar tfuerite Skllling. elder daughter o the Skillinga. who i.s teaching a Oiriwa. was also a week end gues nl the Skiliings. Tile Mi:..n-.i Pauline Black an Hatriet Smitli of Des Moines wer •viick i lid guests at the home o Ihiir pai tilts. Mr. und Mrs. Jame lilark and Mrs. Neal Smith. Mis i:u'li Black. -Mallard, teacher, ills visited with hrr parents. Mr. an Mrs I'aul Black. ^ Mf. und Mis. Win Arndorfer c .Si. Ueiiedit.-l and Mr. and Mrs. Jo HanijS of Ac It ley were Sunda guests at the Barney Capesius home, the Arndorfers being Mrs. Capesius' parents and Mra. Hunig. her sister. They all returned to their homes Sunday evening. The Mebdarnes Ethel Johnson, Sadie Skilling, Lora Raney and Grace Phillips attended a benefit bridge party last Friday for the Plum Creek Literary society at the Fitzgerald home in Plum Creek township. Mrs. Austin Gardner acted as assistant hostess. First prize for the afternoon wail won by Mrs. Ben Knox with second and third going to Mra. Thea Haldeman and Christopher McWhorter respectively. Mm. Lora Raney received a chair prize. Mrs. Lela Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Keith of Hurt visited at the John Ruhnke ome Sunday. A woman's farm bureau meeting •as held at the home of Mrs. Aired Meyers Thursday afternoon, i William Donahue, Jr.. and daugh- er, Maxine, spent from Saturday o Monday with Mrs. Donahue at Davenport. A. H. Peterson left Monday morn- ng for the hospital at Prairie du Chie. Wis.. to take treatments for hcumatism. Eugene, son of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. <Iewel, who spent several weeks vis- ting relatives at Peorla, HI., came HNn« TiM«day. Mrs. August Sorenson and her Harold Gibson of Havelock was a Sunday visitor at the Altwegg home. Mrs. John Kain visited at Hampton with her daughter, Mildred, a beauty operator for several days last week. Mrs. T. R. Pickard and Miss Marjorie Barger spent from Friday night to Sunday with Mrs. Pickard's mother, Mrs. C. C. Robinson in Algopa. Orlo Ball of Clear Lake was a business visitor In this locality last Friday and spent the dinner hour with his sister, Mrs. Elmer Jasperson while here. Mrs. T. R. Pickard and Mrs. Martin Becker were visitors at the home of Mrs. Ralph Laage near Irvine- ton last Wednesday. MM. Laa«e grocers' convention. Mrs. John Ludwig and daughter leU Wednesday fur Wisconsin to Gardner haa been elected president of the club replacing Mra. McWhorter who resigned because of ill health. hildren of the Rfngsted neighborhood were Sunday aftsrnoon callers at the R. G. Berkeland home. Mr. nnd Mrs. Derwood Kern and on. Jt-rry Lee. spent Sunday with iTrs. Kern's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. 'hnrlrs Blighton at Kmmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Johnson nnd amily of Bancroft and the Truman ohnson family were entertained at dinner Sunday at the E. K. Johnon home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Enos Wrede left Tuesday morning to spend the win- cr in California after a visit here with Mrs. Wrcde's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Krause. William Holldorf and Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Holldorf and twin daughters of Ceylon, Minn., spent Sunday at the Robert Kyhl and Wilbur Holldorf homes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Riedel and family of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Riedel and daughter, Charotte were Sunday afternoon callers at the Herman Bonn home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kern and daughter, Helen spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gustafson and family at Sherburn, Minn. Mr. Kern Is a brother of Mrs. Gustafson. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler, Mrs. Robert Votteler and Mrs. Geo. Helms went to Fort Dodge Monday where Mrs. Ernest Votteler and Mrs. Robert Votteler consulted doctors. Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Hantelman took Mm. Hantelman's sister, Ruth Si-hnewein to her home in Minneapolis last week and they spent several days there visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Solberg and Andrew Berkelund drove to Duluth, Minn., Saturday morning where they visited Mr. and Mr. Ben Berkeland and returned home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Meyers visited friends at Cherokee, Mr. and Mr». Ktrn Elerick at Alia and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Veaux at Ida Grove from Saturday morning to Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kluss and son. Willis, of Gait spent the week end at the parental Fred Kluaa borne. Other guests on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Davidson and son, Douglas of Algona. Mr. and Mra. Gerbart Krauae and children of Corwith were Sunday dinner guests ttt the Krviu Krause home in Fervton. T n the afternoon both families visited Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dreyer. Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Haase and daughter, Shirley Mae., und Mr. and Mm. Peter Hayenga met friends from Des Moinea at the Ledges Park near Boone Sunday where they enjoyed a picnic. Mr. and Mm. George Jentz entertained the following at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hifcley and daughter, Kathryn of Emmeta- burg, Mr. and Mm. Clarence Tbeen- field and aoa.it, Larry and Dickie, olid Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz and daughter, Maxine. Mr». W. B. Laage entertained a group of ladies informally Saturday afternoon. GuesU were Mra. C. F. C. Laage, and daughter, Kditb, Mr». J. A. Schwartz and daughter, has been a patient at the General hospital for several weeks but is now convalescent. Woman, 80, Injured Mrs. James Larson, who is past 80 years old, fell Sunday, injuring her hip und was taken to the Kossuth hospital in the ambulance. TRI In footwear the important thing is smart styling. No one could improve on the pattern shown here. A hit of the season. $4.95 F O O T W E A Local Agency for Red Cross Shoes Christensen Bros. 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