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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 8,1938 "GAY NINETIES" THEMEOFBURT WOMHTS PARTY Kuth Hodgson, Rev. Doms Win Prizes for Best Costumes Hurt: The Hurt Woman's club held its annual guest day dinner and party at the Presbyterian church last week Monday evening The affair was a costume part} and costumes of colonial times, the gay nineties, gypsy and clown costumes and many others were to be seen. Prizes for the best costume.s went to Ruth Hodgson, who appeared as Martha Washington and to the Rev. J. M. Doms, who dressed as a clown. The remainder of the evening was spent in playing games. Birthday Honor* Friday was Mrs. Bertha Koestler's birthday and the following group gathered at her home In the evening to help her celebrate the event, the Mesdames and Messrs P. W. Kollasch. Julius Baas. H. E. Ra- chut, E. C. Schwictert. James Christiansen and Betty, Carl Reynolds and R. A. Bleich. Concert March 18th The high school music union will give a concert at the high school auditorium Sunday afternoon, March 13. Groups will give the numbers which will be used for th° music contest, which will be held In Burt the following week, March 17-19. are ill with scarlet fever. Mrs. Lillian Sigler entertaine the Fortnightly club Friday after noon. The Legion Auxiliary will hold it monthly serving meeting with Mrs O. H. Graham Wednesday after noon. Harold Weiske. Lyle Fraser and Wilfred Woltz went to Waterloo on Friday to take part in a Y. M. C A. wrestling tournament. Mrs. Helen Peters, who is em ployed in a dress shop at Blui Earth. Minn., was in Burt on bus iness several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert returned Wednesday from Town City, where Mrs. Schwietert had a check-up at the University hospital. A few relatives and friends gathered at the Fred Lavrenz home last week Monday evening to help Mr. Lavrenz celebrate his birthday. Ronald Elvidge and Howard Sigsbee went to Cednr Falls Friday to bring home Kntherine Elvldgc and Max Schrader for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. James Ollom and son. Gerald and Mrs. Ed Weiske returned Thursday from What ?heer, where they had attended the 'uneral of a relative. Warner Struecker who has been ocated at Garner, has rented th* niilding formerly occupied by the Ichrader hardware and will open adio and electric shop. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Marlow Sa beka. Minn., are visiting at the E Marlow home. Ben Marlow. Zel S. D.. has returned to his horn after n few days here. Rev. G. H. Wessel returned o Thursday from Kirksville. Mo where he had been for ten days. Hi brother-in-law. T. E. Hartwick. ha been there with him. A nephew Hartwick, brought them home an on Friday Mr. Hartwick and hi son left for their home at McGreg or. Rev. Wessel is somewhat im proved. MUSIC STUDENTS IN CONCERT AT SWEAOTY.8TH Glee Clubs, Vocal and Instrumental Numbers on Program in Two of the Hiram Ward children A Dollar Saving Message for Present and Prospective Car Owners or for people who intend to make a trade- tins spring. Any car—even an old one—deteriorates much more rapidly when left out in the weather all the time The ear isn't built that ran tak'e that kind of treatment and look and work its best. Your ear, whether new or used, needs protection. ' i You Should Have a Garage You need it to protect your investment from the weather and to make a comfortable place to work on the ear when necessary. If you turn your car in every year for a new one, the garage will keep it "in enough better condition so that the higher trade-in value will soon pay for the garage. You Will Pay for a Garage Whether You Have It or Not Better get your money's worth and have the garage—sec ,,s for plans of all types, sixes and kinds of material and costs. F. S. Norton & Son PI lone 229 Algona,. la. Mother-in-Law Wednesday, March !»th. is Mothers -in-law Day. A day tli.it is fast becoming a national holiday. So here ii to that splendid bunch of women "hat h<tve given the world more than they took from it. Mother-in-law is the woman that made my dreams come true, she is the one thai gave me you <my wifei. I had a splendid mother-in-law. She was an inspiration when I started making a home for her daughters. She has gone to her reward and I am not guessing when I tay she is in Heaven. Every mother-in-law that corner to Neville's store Wednesday of tnia week will receive a, a present absolutely ficc a fancy table cover with four napkins. This present is for muthurs-in-law only. I luve and rcspcci all kinds of woi;i..n hut mothers-in- law beot of all. Mulhtrs-in-iaw apprt-ciat-; more than anyone «.-l.-,e any little attention or f.ivors suuwn them by their sons-in-law. Next year Algona will have a reguUr Mother-in-law Day. Street parade jn<l all the ir.niminsg Jimmie Nevilli Swea City: High school music students will appear in a concert at the high school auditorium tonight under the direction of Frances Dahl and Gerald Niemeyer. The program follows: girls' glee club, "In the Spring" (Swabianl; folk song, "Gentle Float", (Offenbach); cornet solo, "Pretty Jane", (Hartman) by Elvin Linde; reed sextet, "Scarf Dance", (Champln- ade), Wilma Preston, Eloise Preston. Dorothy Nelson. Grace Roba, Donald Evans and Betty Anderson; baritone bass solo. "On the Road to Mandalay." Walter Peterson; baritone horn solo. "Beaut- ful Colorado". (De Lucia) Ardyce 3ahl; mezzo soprano solo, "Snow ^lake." (Jocelyn> Hazel Rohlln; >oys' glee club, "Blow High, Blow Low (Roberts). "Winter Song" (Builardt. "The Mountain Pine (Brook); clarinet solo, "Glow Worm" (Lincke) Wilma Preston brass quartete, "Carry Me Back t Old Virginny" Elvin Line, Elli Pehrson, Ardyce Dahl. and Keith Griffith: contralto solo, "Unti Good Bye," Lucille Leland: tuba solo. "The Mighty Deep (Jude) Elaine Kluger: girls' sextette; "The Enchanted Castle", (Beethoven* "Within a Dream". (Habar); band "Fultanaire." march (Watson) "Gallantry." overture (Shepherd 'Twilight", serenade (King). Members'of the various groups are as follows: Boys' glee club—Albert Anderson. Earl Kvamsdale, Virgil Peterson. Morris Johnson, Elvin Lln- de. Kenneth Hethershaw, Wallace Johnson. Walter Peterson. Clifford Walstrand. Ray Pearson. Kenneth Anderson, Chester Fagerlund, Jacob Simmons, Wallace Anderson. Robert OGreen. Rudolph Lundquist, Martin Holcomb. Lyle Skromme. and Warren Ewing. Girls' glee club—Betty Anderson. Kathryn Anderson. Ruth Anderon. Elaine Bexell. Phyllis Johnson, rene Lundqulst. Elaine Kluger, iazel Rohlin, Ruby Berg. Helen Berggren. Irma Cassem, Irene Blomster, Ardyce Dahl. June North- rn. Irene Peterson, Arlene Rystad, .alia Berg. Evelyn Bexell. Arlen-3 'assem. Erma Larson. Maxine lystad. Mavis Swanson. Lucille ichuler, Ada Uhr. Lucille Leland nd Grace Roba. Girls' sextette—Elaine Hazel Rohlin. Ardyce Dahl. Arlene Cassem, Laila Berg, and Lucille Leland. Band members—Elvin Linde, Ellis Pehrson. Rudolph Lundquist, Maurlne Linde. Francis Grelner. Phyllis Preston, Lowell Larson, Earl Kvamsdale. Wilma Preston, Dorothy Nelson, Grace Roba, Donald Evans, Lucille Iceland. Inez Larson, Marian Berggren, Darlene Gayle Thompson, Virginia Worley, Faith Hoppe Win Falrvlew-Corwlth: The home music contest was held at the high school auditorium Tuesday evening of last week. In the soprano section, Gayle Thompson won first place with the selection, "April Morn" and Donna Gray second with "June Is in My Heart" In the mezzo soprano, Virginia Worley ranked first with "Pirate Dreams," and Margaret Bunting second with "The Blind Mendicant". In the contralto solo. Faith Hoppe took first with "In the Garden of Tomorrow" and Jean Merrlam, second with "Friend O Mine." In the tenor solos, Clyde Johnson placed first with "Service" and Harley Chambers second with "Welcome, Sweet Springtime" and Lowell Kalvig sang a baritone solo, "Bells of the Sea." The girls' glee club sang "Lift Thine Eyes." Richard Johnson played a clarinet solo, and Helen Bunting a trombone solo. The Instrumental director was J. W. Miller, vocal director, Esther Smith. The jud-re was H. M. Rasmusson, director of music, Algona. Entertains S. S. Class Miss Jesse Brown entertained her Sunday School class at her M.EOTTCRNESS TO HEAD FENTON P. T. A.; 4-H PROGRAM PRESENTED home last week at a farewell party for Catherine, Ruth and Robert Bunting who left this week fo their new home at Llneville, Iowa Saturday afternoon Catherine Su nnd Camiile were the honor guest at the G. L. Severns home at a part} given for a group of children. Geo. Newel and Bertel Berkeland Are Other Officers Picked Fenton: Members of the Fenton Forward 4-H club, the leader, Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and assistant leader, Lorena Dreyer, presented the program at the March P. T. A. meeting In the high school auditorium last Tuesday evening. The following program was given: song, "Dreaming", by the 4-H quartette, composed of Mary Ann Bohn, Marjorle Johnson, Irene Bleckwenn and Faith Finnestad. Ruth Dreyer then read the story of the song "My Old Kentucky Home," and during the presentation. Shirley Frank played the selection, very softly on the violin. Lucille Pepoon, home demonstration agent, gave a very Interesting talk on "The Value of 4-H club Work to Adolescents." Faith Finnestad, Betty Jean Schwartz and Lavaun Newel sang the skit. "My Man John." Another amusing skit, "Railroad stunt" I Presbyterian .Dinner Lakota: Mesdames John Griese, William Turley, Emma Gutknecht and Emma and Louise Thaves were hostesses for the Presbyterian Aid at the church Thursday and served the regular 25 cent supper. Mrs. I. E. Wortman was program Chairman. Little three-year-old Barry Ukena, grandson of the Rev. and Mrs. Frerklng sang several songs and group singing closed the meeting. NONIfR .. Rrrt Commercial Profiteer of Hybrid Seed ton PIONEER Wins Banner Trophy IB 1937 Iowa Corn Yield Tort Pehrson. Bernard Simmons, Evelyn Butterfield. LeRoy Peterson. Jeannette Knutson, Richard Schroeder. Betty Anderson, Eloise Preston. Phyllis Johnson. Lillian Kvamsdale. Keith Griffith, Elaine Kluger. Kathryn Skromme, Lyle Skromme. Frederick Hairlund. Kathryn Haglund. Gloria Linde, Ardyce Dahl, Arlene Rystad. Jean Erickson and Dorothy Polton. Son for KluRpr* A son was born to Mr. and Mr.s. Roy Kluger Sunday. Feb. 27 and on Monday. Feb. 28, at 12:40 a. m., a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hosier. Mrs. Kluger an] Mrs. Hosier are sisters and were raised by their aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sperbeck. To Leave Paper Florence Alberts, who has been employed by the Swea City Herald the past five years, gave up her position there March 1 and will go into the cosmetics business with her aunt. Miss Rose Dorenbush at Buffalo Center, Mr. mid Mrs. E. J. Widen spen several days visiting in Des Moine: this week. Henry Marr has been baling al falfa hay at the Peterson farm near Eagle Grove this week. The D. Y. T. club met at the Le Kion hall Friday afternoon with the Mesdames Dale and Jesse Scott as hostesses. Miss Avonelle Johnson was the hostess to the members of the Junior Auxiliary at the Legion hall last Tuesday. Joe Bonnstetter, local postmaster Is confined to his bed this week with the flu. Roberta Masterson Is assisting at the postoffice during his illness. Walter Seibert and George Rust have gone to Hot Springs. Arkansas. William Shottsberger Is tak- ng care of the Seibert farm while they are away. The Rev. Wittenberg, pastor of :he German Lutheran church at juVerne, will conduct services at he First Baptist church on Sunday afternoons at 2:30 in the future. The Rev. Hiller. Jesse Hullinger, lobert Hartwig and Arthur Schuf- felmen drove to Garner Monday Kluger, j evening to attend an Odd Fellows' ceremony meeting at that place. Mrs. Harvey Punke and Mrs W. O. Kirchgotter drove to Fort Dodge recently where they met Mrs. Punke's mother, Mrs. Mary Elder who had spent the past four months in Illinois With her daughters, • Mrs. E. L. Rlley at Niatic, Mrs. A. O. Coppenbarger at Mount Auburn, and Mrs. U. E. Pryor of Taylorvllle. the Walter Smith was ill ail last week with lumbago. The W. C. T. U. met Tuesday at the home of Rev. and Mrs. R. R Bronleewe. Mrs. Fred Seylar was program leader. Nineteen were present at "Builders" Sunday School meeting at the Mrs. Victor Etkholm home last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. August X. Peterson, Mrs. W. O Nelson and Mrs. Elmer Smith attended the funeral of Vernon Trusty at Armstrong last Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. E. M. Gardner of Seneca has been at the Clifford Gardner home during the illness of Mr.s. Gardner. The Clifford Gardners live in the Martin Thompson house just north of Swea City. The M. E. Aid society will meet Wednesday with Mrs. John Ecklund. Mrs. Fred Meihe and Mrs. Aletha Eckluntl are hostesses. Thj devotions leader is Mrs. T. F. Mitchell, lesson study leader. Mrs. A. H. Schuler and music by Lucille Leland. The Baptist Ladies Guild will meet Friday at the Guild hall. The hostesses are Mrs. Floyd Treat. Mrs. Rachel Stockman and Mrs. Andrew Berg. Lesson leaders are Mrs. Harold DiUworth and Mrs. H. Butterfield. Music will be given by Jean Erick.son and Evelyn Butter- ticld. Students Prepare, Serve Own Dinner Portland: The pupils in District No « art now rjuite adept in domestic science. One day recently a whole dinner was prepared and -served at school, and later in the week at their homes the girls baked a cake, cookies and at school made a freezer of ice cream which the boys packed and froze. This was also served at school. Mary Tjadcu is the teacher. Kunkels Hope to Rebuild Home on Farm Hit by Fire St. Benedict: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kunkel drove to Minneapolis Saturday and returned Monday to consult their landlord In regard to rebuilding their home on the farm which burned January 1. Mr. and Mrs. Will Arndorfer were Sunday afternoon guests at the Erickson home. John Arend and John Preushl drove to Garner to attend a cattle sale last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Urban Homerdlng were Sunday guests at the J. T. Lallier home. They now live at Renwick. Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Borhalz and baby, Marilyn, were Sunday afternoon guests at the Ben Dorr home. Mr. and Mrs. John Preushl were Sunday evening callers. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lichter and son, Jackie and Miss Lorraine Arndorfer of Algona were last Sunday guests at the parental home of the ladies, the John Arndorfers. Those assisting at cutting wood Monday at the parish grounds were Dan and Francis Froehlich, Nick Roskopf. Albert Grandgennet. The Erickson Bros, cut them down the week previous. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cink have moved to town and will occupy the house in which the Glen Woods have resided. Mr. and Mrs. Woods moved to the Roland farm where ij employed for the year. was given by Faith Finnestad, Dorothy Mueller and Dorothy Dreyer. A pantomime, "Spring Comes to Iowa" was presented by Marjorie Johnson as reader, and action by Marian Finnestad, Eunice Johnson. Kathryn Ohm, Phyllis and Pauline Frank and Marojrle Brown. During the business session officers for the ensuing year were nominated, president, M. E. Otterness vice president, George Newel an Bertel Berkeland; secretary an treasurer, Virginia, Frank and Ber nice Brown. Officers will be elect ed at the April meeting. Mrs. E. J Frank will have charge of the pro gram for the April meeting. Re freshments were served by Mes dames Harry Haase, Harol Goetsch, Charles Weisbrod, A. R Wlllrett, Ervin Huskamp, Georg< Newel, Fred Kuecker. Walter Krause. Ernest Mueller and F. F Bierstedt. Under Surgeon's Knife Mrs. Henry _Bruhn was taken to a Fort Dodge hospital last week Thursday and submitted to an operation to remove a tumor from her lead. She returned home the fol- owlng Sunday and she is improv- ng nicely. Birthday Surprise Mrs. R. C. Goetsch was taken by urprise Thursday evening when a group of neighborhood ladies surmised her at her home to celebrate ler birthday anniversary. Bridge was played at three tables with rtrs. J. A. G. Smith winning the high score prize and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber the low. Other guests were Mesdames E. C. Weisbrod, Raymond Stoeber, F. H. Eigler. R. A. Goetsch, J. A. Mueller, H. C. Lindsey, F. P. Newel. Freelove Weisbrod, ana Miss Agnes Goetsch. At Federation Meeting Mrs. J. A. Mueller, Mrm. E. W Ruske. Mrs. E. J. Frank, Mrs. J. A. O. Smith and Mrs. Alfred Meyers and Mrs. George Boettcher attended the county federation of woman's clubs meeting held at Algona last week Tuesday. The Fenton club, assisted by the clubs from Swea City and Titonka will enteretain the county federation in Fenton during the month of May. CHOOSE YOUR STYLE! Burt News New Phone Operator Sarah Schroeder and Martha Ruhnke are the new telephone operators. taking the place of Hattie Ward. Sarah has been night operator for some time. The girls will now divide the night and day work. Farewell for Swans I-one Rock: A farewell party was held Friday evening for the Fred Swans at their home. They are moving to a furm near Estherville. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kuhii. the I. W. Nelsons, the Andrew Thymstns and Henry Schroer. Mr. mid Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith went to Fort Dodge Thursday to meet Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith, who were returning from a two months' visit at Ventura and Los Angeles, Calif. Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Elston and Mrs. Mayme Hoflus. Gilmore City, visited Burt friends Thursday. Mrs. Hofius remained for a visit with her sisters. Mrs. C. H. Blossom and Jennie Thompson. Mr. und Mrs. R. A. Bleich and daughter, Luella. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hoppe and Mr. and Mrs. Ranney Futz were KUfsts at a demonstration supper at the D. E. Fitch home last Wednesday evening. The Rev. C. B. Mitchell, a former Burt pastor, now of Buffalo Center, has been secured to substitute for the Rev. Thoburn Speicher. the present pastor of the Methodist church, who is sick with Malta fever. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trenary attended a 600 card party at the Howard Salisbury* Tuesday evening. High for ladies went to Mrs. M. Lichter, low to Mrs. Robert Ackerman; high for men to Tom Trenary and low to Dr. M. Lichter. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hutchison. east of Fenton, became parents of a 9'1 pound boy Tuesday, March t. Mrs. E. K. Johnson entertained the Fairville Lutheran Ladies' Aid society at her home Thursday afternoon. Otto Hanson, farmer west o Fenton, is still confined to his horn with a leg infection which ha troubled him for several weeks. Viola Mueller, student at the low. State Teachers' College, Cedar Falls come home Friday evening to spen_ the week end with her parents. Mr and Mrs. F. F. Mueller. Mr. and Mrs. George Slems ant Mrs. Carl Beck went to Hawley Minn. Tuesday to attend the funera of Mrs. Mike Downer. 70, which was held Wednesday. They return ed Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Wehrspann and Hildredth Pettit drove to Rochester, Minn., Wednesday where Mr Wehrspann will take treatments Mrs. Wehrspann and Mr. Pettit returned home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Hildredth Pettit entertained at four tables of 500 at their home last week Tuesday night. Sidonia Bierstedt and Ervin Gremmels won the high score prize with Mrs. Olaf Norland and Ervin Frink low. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Hantelman of Minneapolis visited Fenton relatives last week Wednesday. Mr. Hantelman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman, accompanied them home Wednesday evening for an indefinite visit. Mrs. Amos Finnestad entertained the U-Deal-M bridge club at her home last week Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Alvin Zumach won the hig-ri score grize and Mrs. W. V. Yager the consolation. Mrs. Yager played for an absent member. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reimers entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sheridan and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Welp of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schemmel of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Will Reimers of Whittemore and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod of this place, at cards last week Tuesday evening. Eldora Hengel came from Des Moines and remained until the following Monday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Jake Hengel and other relatives. Floyd and Marvin Bellinger, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Allan BoUinger accompanied Miss Hengel to Des Moines for an indefinite visit with their aunt. Mrs. Prince Rominger. Latest Styles Inexpensively Our style books are filled with new suit and topcoat models for Spring . . . and all you have to do is put your finger one one of them . . . stand for a fitting . . . we'll do the rest ... a tailored suit! WORSTEDS GABARDINES HARRIS TWEEDS COVERT CLOTHS CHEVIOTS Phone 38 CLOPTON the Tailor Over Behlmers Made- From Purrst Ingredient* At Our Dealer* or Phone 270 Add to the enjoyment of your party by servini? Taylor Made Ice Cream. Its distinctive flavor marks it as an outstanding refreshment item for parties and social gatherings of all kinds. E. A. Mullins Back From Calif. Trip Corwitn-Fairview: Mr. and Mrs. E A. Mullins and John Mulliiu of Wesley recently returned from a trip to San Antonio, Texas, where they visited at the home of their son, Charles, for two weeks. Whitu visiting there John Mullins planted some hybrid seed corn on his brother's farm. They report the weather fine there but drove borne from Texas in a saow storm. Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory FOR YOUR PARTY 55c 45c Fancy Molds Shamrock or St. Patrick'* Pipe center bricks. 'A delicious blending of vanilla and mint. Green Pineapple Nut Ice Cream $1.30 per gallon St. Patrick with his green "| p 50 hat and green tie per WE SALUTE NATIONAL USED CAR EXCHANGE WEEK With BARGAINS LIKE THESE KENT MOTOR CO. 1937 Ford Sedan 4-door, blue color, clean throughout, special price $525 1937 Ford Coupe Deluxe, club model, with heater, defroster and radio 'ineyard green color, special $545 1936 Ford Tudor with heater a honey at $425 1936 Ford Tudor with trunk, radio, heater thoroughly reconditioned' ' $435 1936 Ford Tudor All reconditioned, black, good tires, special this week $300 1935 Ford Coupe Heater, Radio, clean car $325 1934 Chev. Coach~ reconditioned, special $275 1933 Ford Tudo7~ Slack, with heater, completely reconditioned ' Pioneer Hat Wen Banner Trophy Eight Times in Last Thirteen Years . . . and Pioneer Is the Only Commercial Producer of Hybrid Seed Corn Ever to Win the Banner Trophy. PIONEER . . . The Quality Hybrid Seed Com . . . again proved its outstanding "all-around" performance ability by winning the Banner Trophy in 193? Iowa Corn Yield Test . . . results of which have just been announced. The Banner Trophy is awarded for the highest PERFORMANCE score in the state over the "upper two-thirds" of all entries in its section. In other words, the Banner Trophy is an "Award of Merit" to that hybrid which not only yields well but is outstanding for stifTnets of stalk, resistance to disease, smalt percentage of dropped ears and adapted maturity. PIONEER 322 ... the Banner Trophy Winner for 1937 IS NOT a "show-ring" hybrid for yield test purposes only . . . but is a commercial hybrid that will be planted on thousands of corn belt farms this spring. Those general performance qualities which were necessary to win the Banner Trophy are characteristic of all PIONEER hybrids. It is not by chance that PIONEER has won the Banner Trophy eight (8) times in the past thirteen years. It is the result of long years of sound, scientific corn-breeding . . . testing and retesting thousands of hybrids . . . and finally selecting only those which meet PIONEER'S high standards for "all-around" performance. Here again is proof . . . that for Sturdier Crops . . . Bigger Yields and GREATER PROFITS ... it pays to plant PIONEER . . . the Quality Hybrid Seed Corn. SEE YOUR LOCAL PIONEER SALES REPRESENTATIVE Joe Matern, Wesley; George P. Hawcott, Burt; Louis Orein- ert, Whittemore: R. I. Mawdnley, Burt; Louis Wehrspan, \Vhlt- temore; Walter Vaudt, Whittemore; Frank Oronach, LuVerne. PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. DES MOINES, IOWA Open Evenings and Sunday Mornings

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