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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 11, 1937
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GOOOHOPEAD) MET IN ALGONA Mrs. W. J. Bourne Hostess; Make Plans for Pall Chicken Dinner Good Hope: The Good Hope Ladles Aid met with Mrs. W. J. Bourne last Wednesday afternoon at. the new Bourne home in Algona. Included among about forty members and guests were a number of former members of the organization now living in Algona. In addition to an unusually satisfactory social afternoon important business matters -were given consideration Plans were made for the fall chicken dinner served annually by the ladies. While the date is not yet definitely fixed it will be in early Novmber. Martha and Kathryn Madson visited over Sunday with relatives at Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey W. Reid visited the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis, Sr., at Lakota, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott and Doris Madden were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harris Wadsworth at a birthday dinner honoring «irs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madden and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Madden and son of Haifa were guests for supper at the R. F. Hawcotts Sunday eve- ring. Andrew Beck and Lloyd Gross, each doing custom corn picking, arc busy from early morning to late at night Many farmers In this section who formerly picked their corn by hand and have no picking machine are hiring it custom picked. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bourne. Mr. and Mrs. James Knoll and the Rev. and Mrs. Allen Wood were dinner guests Sunday of the V. J. Gross family. The dinner was in the nature of a farewell for the Bournes who are soon to leave for the southwest for the winter. Wednesday evening of last week the Murl Potters served dinner at their home in Humboldt in honor of Mrs. Jessie Dalziel, Mrs. Pearl Potter and Mrs. T. A. Reid whose birthdays had fallen upon recent days. Others present were T. A. R«id, Beuna Raney and Sherwood Potter of Algona. THEIR FIGHTING DAYS ARE OVER—Dead Chinese soldiers in the Hiaho River at Tientsin, China. • Chinese casualties in resisting the Japanese advance have been heavy during the past several weeks. Fail-field Students Give Demonstration Fenton: Miss Sldonia Blerstcdt, teacher at Falrfield district school No. 1, took her pupils tr a teachers' study center meeting in the Emmetsburg high school Saturday morning where they demonstrated Miss Bierstedt's method of teaching rural school music The students sang a group of songs. Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Stahmer and Mrs. Louis Wehrspann accompanied the 15 students who took part FAIR VIEW AID GROUP HOST^ Fairview-Corwith: The Fftlrview circle of the Methodist Ladles' Aid entertained the General Aid on Wednesday, Nov. 3. A I5c luncheon was served at noon and the business meeting was called at two o'clock. Thimble Club The Thimble circle met at the home of Mrs. Lamon Sanders last Friday afternoon- Mrs. Sanders was chosen leader, and Mrs. Lester Bonnstetter. assistant. Mrs. Phillip Puffer became a member of the group. Hallowe'en Program Miss Elsie Hunt, who teaches in West Fairview, presented her pupils in a Hallowe'en program at her school last Thursday evening. After the program, pies were auctioned and a nice sum was realized which will be used to purchase school supplies. guests Sunday at the W. 3. Hood lome. Mfa. Leander Menfce and two weeks old son returned from the Buffalo Center hospital Saturday, the baby has been named Maurice Joseph. Dr. and MM. Jack Lynch and daughteV ot Sioux CHy visited on Sunday at the Mrs. Mary Segar^ G. D. Hart and Mrs. Elizabeth Will- lams homes. Dorothy Droessler entertained the llth and 12 grades at a Halloween costume party Sunday evening. The evening was spent playing games after which a delicious lunch was served. IRISH UPSET MINNESOTA 7-»-Minne»polis, Minn.: Notre Dame has turned tables on football-wise followers who saw the Irish lose its earlier games, and the Irish win over Mlnnesotas powerful Gophers by a score of 7-6. proved Layden's football team may pull some surprising upsets before the season is over Photo shows McCarthy of Notre Dame is thrown for a four yard loss by King of Minnesota in the third quarter. SENECA CAGERS START SEASON WITHOUT VETERAN IN LINEUP Kerns Hosts To Farm Bureau Unit Fenton: The Farm Bureau Woman's club of Independence township met at the Carl Kern home last week Wednesday. Miss Margaret Dunkelberg, Palo Alto county home demonstration agent, gave a demonstration on preparation, dressing and canning of poultry. The ladies prepared the dinner and "erveJ it, Those attending were ladle* from their district to give in turn the lesson In the follow-up meetings held In each district. Two were chosen from each district. Those chosen were Mrs. Melvin Mansager and Mrs. Derwood Kern, district 6; Mrs. Walter Weisbrod and Mrs. Ernest Vottlcr, district 7; Mrs. Bil- lle Juhl from district 9, Depew; Mrs. Art Juhl of district r >; Mrs. William Reasoner nad Mrs. R. M. Brown from district 3. The follow- up meeting will be held i\t the George Siems home on Wednesday, Nov. 3, where the lesson will be given to the rest of the ladies in the district. Girls Have Three Of Last Year Eegulars On Squad Portland Twp. WESLEY NEWS Nels Mitchell of Algona called on Ernest Applegate last Wednesday afternoon. Miss Lorraine Clapsaddle, a Fairview teacher, held a program at her 'school house last Thursday evening. Miss Lucille Pepoon, Koasuth county home demonstration agent, of Algona called on Mrs. Robert Masterson and Mrs. Sylva Nail last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Reginald Bastlan and Mrs. Reuben Wuiff of Humboldt were Sunday afternoon callers at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson. John Evans and Miss Roberta Masterson were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mitlard Evans at Webster City. In the afternoon, the party drove to Stanhope, a former home of the Evans family. BANCROFT NEWS Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskarnp entertained at dinner Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Huskamp of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Huskamp, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Arbogast and daughter, Yvonne, and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Huskamp and son, Eugene, Swea Groups In Seneca: Basketball practice for the high school students at Seneca is well under way with Iji girls and 16 boys out for practice. The girls have three of their last season's first string players. Florence Jensen, Hariett Olsen and Maxine Cody. Other girls out for practice are Helen Cody, Kathleen Kennedy, Barbara Lentsch, Alice Olsen, Margaret Wolf, Fern Skow, Loretta Crowley, Bonnie Byers, Margaret Lentsch, Betty Kennedy, Ueona Hansen, Evelyn Clemensen and Nor ad el Dotson. The boys are building up a new team as all of their last season's first string players and one from the second string graduated. Those boys who are trying to win a place on the team are Robert Lynch, Vernon Dotson, Daryle Hansen, Wayne Wilberg, Merlin Dotson. Dean St J"hn Merton McKean, Donald Byers John Orvick, LeRoy Klein Donald Bolltg, Phil Looft, Kenneth , J«J»e» Johar Miss Arlene Helmke of Swea City is employed at the Florian Hellman home. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Scholtes and two children visited relatives in Fairmont Monday. Mrs. Merlin Anderson visited on Thursday at the Mrs, John O'Connor home in Granada, Minn. Mrs. Joe Schroer and son. Lawrence of Austin, Minn., visited on Thursday at the Ervln Ulses home. Mrs. Schroer is a cousin of Mr. Ulses. Mr. Aid Mrs. Hubert Hood of Humboldt ana Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McGuire and two sons were dinner Mr; and Mrs. R. C. Bauer drove to Minneapolis, Saturday, to attend the football game' between Minnesota University and Notre Dame. Mr and Mrs. R. B. Hopkins drove to Belmond Sunday where they were dinner guests at the home of her son. Glenn McMurray and family- June Adele and Mary Adine Kunz entertained a small group of their friends at a Hallowe'en party'in their home Wednesday night, Oct. 27th. Supt and Mrs. E. r>. Ravlln and daughter, Eileen drove to Hampton Saturday morning and visited until Saturday night with Ms parents. Miss Muriel Long, proprietor of the Long restaurant, went to the Kossuth hospital, Sunday night, and Monday morning submitted to a major operation. Little Frank Ward, son of Mrs. Robert Ward and a second grader in school was ill the latter part of the week and over the week end and was unable to attend school Friday. Eli Goodnow, who was called to Iowa City due to his wife being in the hospital for treatments and un operation a week ago, returned home Friday morning and reports she is getting along nicely and expects to return home in another week or so. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley drove to Mason City Sunday where they visited Mrs. Palmer who is confined in the Mercy hospital there with a broken hip suffered some four or five weeks ago. Mrs. Palmer is from Britt and Is the mother of Mrs. Etta Braley, sister-in-law of H.J. Mr. and Mrs. John Simon, Sr., West Bend called at the Martin Beckers Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert McCorkle, Mr. and Mrs. Ray McCorkle and the last named couple's son, Donald, were among Algona fanners who attended a No. 8 school social here Thursday evening. Kr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter »nd Mrs. Martin Becker represented Portland township at a farm bureau banquet at Algona last Friday evening. Kr. McWhorter was called on.for an Impromptu speech and he responded with a talk on present farming conditions. Letha Mann and her 13 pupils had a Hallowe'en party Saturday evening at the Martin Beckers. The children were received by a ghost and were ushered into a dimly- lighted room in which shaded lamps and Jack-o-lanterns furnished the only light. After games lunch was eaten at a long table with decorations, favors and menu In Hallow- e'en style. Miss Hazel Benson of St. Paul visited from last Saturday until this week Tuesday at the Martin Molinder home. THE NEW 1938 ZENITH RADIOS May Be Purchased on Convenient Budget Flan at THOMAS Radio Service Irvington, Iowa Phone 12F12 Liberal Trade-In Allowance FORT DEARBORN HOTEL 550 $1.50 •««» . i BOOMS FROM Under new management this 18-story fireproof building Is being completely remodeled and refurnished ... Every convenience, including running Ice water In every room .. . New air conditioned Coffee Shop serving excellent food at lowest prices. • ~" LA SALLC & VAN BUREN STREETS Opp'otrt* LA SALLE STREET STATION CHICAGO Algona TJ. D. M. Wants Ads Bring Quick Besolte Munsons Are Parents West Bend: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Munson are the proud parents of a daughter born to them Monday. They have one other daughter. » TWENTY YEARS AGO I About 100 football enthusiasts had TEN YEARS AGO AlRono and Kosftuth County re- Swea City: Last Monday evening, members of the American Legion and Auxiliary laid aside their dig- . The teams are being coached by Frank Hanna. The- basketball schedule is as follows for the coming season: ».. u --_-. *- — 1UW0 1 w» fc»it vwi*»»"-o nity, but took up their slate pencils Fr jd a y Nov. 12, alumni and dinner buckets and proceeded I . , Klr i s) . at Seneca to the Legion hall, where Banker Bilsborough, In goatee and swal- The Mr and Mrs E. K. Johnson and lowtail, conducted an old-fashlon- lamily and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Weg- e d school. Members of the organ- ener and family were entertained izations dressed in appropriate cos- at dinner Sunday at the Henry tumes for school and enjoyed them- Wegener home In Algonc. honor- selves to the fullest extent. rrh " Ing Henry Wegener and Lorraine "school" session closed with Wegener's birthday annlvernary. j dance. Mrs E. C. Weisbrod entertained Mrs. John Dempsey, Mrs. Eugene Mr Pearson and daughters, Eulah Mae family and Betty Ann Sharp of Lone Rock. City Sunday. Mrs Chris Godfredson of Ringsted Olive and Glen Crossley came up * *•* »••"••• _ _ „ _ f i~t t. I * »__.._» *.CI..._.1»i*tn.*ii<i4t tKJlt f\ ou „„. mt , f - i v,nH gone to Des Molnes on the special ceived a general shock when it had ?rain and witnessed the defeat of become known that.two Algona and Mrs. H. C. LIndsey of Fenton at her home Saturday afternoon from Ames last Sunday to visit with friends and relatives here. Mr and Mrs. Frank Elgler and A daughter was born Nov. 1st at daughter Mary Jane and Mrs. Algona to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell. Harlan Gaard went to Boone Sat- This is the Bells' first child, urday where the Eiglers visited Mr and Mrs . chas. Faugust of their son, Paul and family and Mrs. East chain spent Sunday with Mrs. Gaard went on to Slater to visit p augus t's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. her parents. They returned home Sunday evening. . Ben Meling and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell, all of Fenton, Mrs. T Mansager of Cylinder and Chester Skore of Primghar attended the funeral of the husband of Mr. Meling's niece, Harry Olson, at Mar- nhalltown, last week Tuesday J A. Schwartz and son. Bob, Wallace Smith, Clarence Yager. Edward LIndsey, Lyle Newel and Geo Skare attended tnt Iowa State-Missouri football tame at Ames, Saturday. Missouri downed Iowa State 32 to 0. Mr c-hwartz also visited his son, James, an Iowa State stud ent and Lyle visitid his brother Harold, also u student. Mr.i. Don Weisbrod arid daugh ters, Anna Kae and Marilyn anc Mrs. Will Weisbrod and dauglite Florence, drove to Lester Saturila Jnorning to visit at the Hugo Denk «r home. Elinor Ann Denkar, wh Buffered severe injuries on her rigl leg in an auto accident Sept. 15, still unable to walk without the a of crutches Sh° is still under doctor's care. Sunday dinner guests at tl Maurice Wallace home were Mr. McAninch. Mrs. Edna M. Smith and family nd Mrs. James F. Black of Algona sited Sunday at the Elmer, Ray nd Walter Smith homes. Bob Anderson and family of Wat rloo came up Sunday to visit at the 3 aul Larson home. Mr Anderson a brother of Mrs. Larson. The Builders' class and teacher f the Baptist Sunday school ar pending this afternoon (Thursday ^ guuats of Mrs. E. E. Thompso n her new home north of town. (boys and girls). Tuesday, Nov. 16, open. Friday, Nov. 19, Gruver at Seneca (boys and girls). Tuesday, Nov. 22, Haifa at Seneca (boys and girls). Thursday afternoon, Nov. Zo, Ringsted there (boys and girls). Tuesday, Nov. 30, open. Friday. Dec. 3, St. Johns, Bancroft at Seneca (boys first and second). _ Tuesday, Dec. 7, Fenton at Seneca (boys' first and second). Friday, Dec. 10, Lone Rock at Seneca (boys and girls). Tuesday, Dec. 14, Armstrong at eneca (girls' first and second). Friday, Dec. 17, Haifa at Haifa boys and girls). Tuesday, Dec. 21, Whittemore arochial at Whittemore (boys' firs nd second). Tuesday, Jan. 4, Grant at Sen ca (boys and girls) train and witnessed the Algona high school team by We»t High, 42 to 0. One explana- Uon thought to b»v* been » (Mat help Jn the amazing defeat waa the fact that the coach of the Algona team had purchased new shoes for the team, and the men wore them for the first time in that game. • • • Another wolf hunt had been pulled off in Plum Creek township. Alfred Jorgenson, Joe Lamoreux nd Homer Haxton started^ large ellow near, the Jergenson farm and had an exciting chase until 'he lounds caught and killed him. Another one had been seen at dusk but had made its get away. • • • AH had been in readlnew for the annual dinner of the Commercial club to be held in the new K. C. hall over the Foster Furniture store. R_ H. Faxon, secretary of the Des Moines Chamber of Commerce, was to be the principal speaker. Music was to be furnished by the Algona concert orchestra. • • The tobacco barrel, filled at Char- Burt News and Mrs. Herman Dreyer and their daughters. Alvina and Ruin, Mrs. Mury Mittag, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz and family, the Fred Boettch- ers and Marietta Meyer. The occasion was in honor of the Wallace'.; daughter, Wanda, who was i elebrat- Ing her third birthday. Sunday night supper guests were Mr and Mr*. A. H. Krause and sons. Junior and Maurice and Avis Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jenlz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul NemiU, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mitchell, ail of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Mittag and family of LotU Creek, Mr and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and family of Ledyt>rd and Mr and Mrs. Arthur Bierstedt and family of Lakota were entertained at the home of Mr. and MM Hugo Mittag at Truesdale Iowa. Sunday. Mrs. Mittag is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. NemiU and a sister of Mrs. Jenlz Mrs. Mit chell, Mrs. Meyer and Mrs. Bier Mr and Mrs. farl Bahling drove to Ames Sunday where they picked up Mr. and Mrs. George Schroedcr and all went on to Des Moines to visit Betty Walker, who is taking nurses' training at the Methodist hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Zelora Armstrong, De.s Moines, and Mrs. Neil Nielsen, Spencer, spent Sunday night with Mrs. Uoia Armstrong. On Monday they all attended the funeral of Mrs-. Churlc^ Armstrong, who was killed in un automobile crash Saturday. .Slit was a daughter-in-law of Mrs Dora Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. John Bourcey. of .(* \ uuj *•»••» 0-- — „ Friday, Jan. 7, Ringsted at Senca (boys and girls). Tuesday. Jan'll, St. Johns, Bancroft at Bancroft (boys' first and second). Friday, Jan. 14, Whittemore parochial at Seneca (boys' first and second). ... Tuesday, Jan. 16, Bancroft public at Seneca (boys and girls). Jan. 20-21-22, girls' county tournament at Ledyard. Tuesday, Jan. 25, open. Wednesday, Jan. 26. Armstrong at Armstrong (girls' first and Bee ond). Jan. 27-28-29, boys' county tournament at Algona. Tuesday, Feb. 1, open. Friday, Feb. 4, Fenton at Fenton boys' first and second) ley Barry's Billard Parlor by Algona people, had been sent to Des Moines and was soon to be Included n a shipment to the front. • • • The women of the county were sending many contributions o clothing, surgical dressings, and hospital supplies to the Red Cross which were being sent to our men banks had closed their doors. The County Savtaps Bank had posted a notice an t&*lr door stating that the bank had been turned over to the state banking department. The Algona State Bank had opened up its doors as usual but a run on their bank had soon taken nil their currency and they had been forced to close, too. • • • Consul Harold Quarton had left for Cuba after a several weeks visit with relatives in Algona. He was to visit in Chicago, Milwaukee and Detroit before going to Washlng- on, where he was to spend a week • • • The first real hard free«e had occurred. Ice had formed on pools of water and in tanks and every- hing had been covered with a white frost. Scarbear Pentecovt had die* suddenly at his home in the eas part of the city. He had been in Failing health for some time. Father Davern of the Algon* Catholic church and Father Ckhrln of the Whittemore church had ex peeled to leave for a trip to Calif- r . —_. i_ ..i<.t* Qalfr l^alra Mr. and Mrs. Al Falkenhalner and Veda, and Mr. and Mr». M. P. Haggard were among those who went to Des Moines for the football game with West High. They had remained over the week end and witnessed the Grinneli College team defeat Drake University. The Falken- ainers went from Des Moines to Grinneli, where they visited with Melzar Falkenhainer and with oth- r Algona students at Grinneli col- Tuesday, Feb. 8, Bancroft public at Bancroft (boys and girls i. Friday, Feb. 11, Lone Rock at Lone Hock, <boy» and girls). Tuesday, Feb. 15, Grant at Grant girls' sectional boys' sectiona boys and girls i. Feb. 17-18-19, tournament. Feb. 24-25-26, tournament. ege. Arthur Moulds, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moulds of this city, had enlisted in an engineering corps at it. Louis. In a letter he had stat- . .Ruby Paulsen visited the Senec high school Friday afUrnoou. South Haven, Minn., came Saturday lor a visit at the Mann homes. Mr. Buurcey is a nephew of Mra. Ada Mann, Mrs. E. O. Mann and Mrs. :. F. Mann. Mr. and Mrs. Bour- ,ey hav; an auto trailer in which hey live and are on their way to )regon. On Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bourcey, Mra. Ada Mann and the Wayne Manns were dinner guests ai the C. F. Mann home. The Woman's Home Missionary society will hold its annual thank- offering program at the Methodist church next Sunday evening. The main feature of the program will be a missionary play, "Unto the Least of These", which will be presented by Lurena Wessel. Mrs. A. (I. Volemint, Mrs G. K. Brace, Mrs. B. W. Brooke. Mrs. G. H. Wessel, Mis. L. E. Uoetman, Mrs. C. B. and Lawrence Chipman. There will also be special music. ornia. They were to visit Salt Lake City, San Francisco and Los Angeles. gome crook had gained entrance to Fred Anderson's grain office In the east part of the city, and had torn the back page of blank checks from his check book. Checks had been returned that had been cashed at Eagle Grove, Eldora and Newton, each check being for ths amount of thirty-five dollars. Mr. Anderson had not diacovered the oss of the checks until they had >een returned to the bank. Evelyn Bode, France* Zender, Sarah Doran and Mary Miller, who had been attending St. Mary's school for girls at Cherokee, had come home for a few days' visit. They had come home with Harry Bode and Frank Wlescamp. Mr.. J. T. Chrtochiltes had arrtv- Corn Shellt-r Mishap Ray Kracht met with what migh have been u serious accident when he got his arm in the corn ahelle while shelling corn for Paul Crow ey Thursday. The fore part of nib ight arm was cut in several places. Margaret Wolf spent the week tnd with her friend, Florence Jenken. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kennedy and family spent Sunday afternoon at the J. W. Bollig home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen were hupper guests at the James Doocy home Tuesday evening. Mra. George Wolf and family spent a week ago Sunday with her mother, Mrs. W. F. Rike. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Denton aijd daughters spent Sunday at the Wm Umtck home near Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Van AUttyne and sons of near Eluoore were Sun day dinner guests at the Sheldon Men ill home. . . ed that he was to leave for Washington, D. C., and shortly go to France. Young Moulds had been in the west during the two previous years. • * • Superintendent Shirley, City School Superintendent J. F. Overmeyer and a number of city and rural teachers of this section had attended the state teachers' convention, held at Des Moines. • • • Mr. and Mrs. William C. Steele _nd son had driven to Charles City n their car for a short visit with Mrs. Steele's brother. Raymond • • • Wehler from Camp Cody, Demlug, New Mexico, that the country was fine except for the sand and wind. He said it was hot and asked for his summer underwear. They had good food and plenty of it, and all the boys had been getting along nicely- * * • The new garage and machine shop located across the street, from the Upper Des Moines had been near completion. This was a fine brick building and was a great Improvement to Dodge street. ed home after a month's visit with relatives In Spring Valley, and Minneapolis, Minnesota. Mr. and Mr*. Herman Hauberg left for Mount Auburn, Iowa where they were called by the death of Mrs. Hauberg's brother. • * * The Algona Rotary club had been guests of Superintendent Overmey er and had visited the commercla •chool In session at the city hat under Miss Meltzer. About thlrt pupils had been enrolled, a num ber taking shorthand and typewriting. An exhiBltlon of thU work after six weeks of practice by a class of about a dozen had been had written creditable to the instructor, as well as to the class. G. A. Raney, toe po»* oBlce clerk, had rented his home In the east part of the city to Roy DavU, and bad moved into Mrs. Donnell's house on East Nebraska street for the winter. Kathryn Misbach bad tpent the week «nd with her cousin, Wanda Misbach, who was a student at Coe College, and Anna Murtagb, who was a junior at the State University at Iowa City. Interest Reader Newsp aper Advertising While Worth At the Motion" Picture Cookin g School recently conducted by The Algona Upper Des Moines, of the 1,307 who registered, 635 answered one or more of tihe 5 questions asked them. HERE ARE THE RESULTS ! First QiipBtion— Do You Read The Man About Town? ' 635 Replies— 575 yes— 7 sometimes. Second Qii«.« You Read "March of Time"? 635 Replies— 358 yes— 18 gome times. Third Question— Do You Bead Odds and Ends? 635 Replies— 527 yes— 7 sometimes. Fourth Question— Do You B«ad Editorials? 635 Replies— 471 yes— 13 sometimes. Fifth Question— Do You Bead Advertising? 635 Replies— 590 yes— 13 sometimes. Of the 635 women answering one or more questions, more read the advertise ing than any single feature, and all have better than 55% reader interest Newspaper Advertising Is Really Read. Why Waste Money Experimenting

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