The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1938 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 28, 1938
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, June 28,1938 Ifrace Berg Wed*— Announcement of the marriage of <}raoe Berg, who is employed at the Gamble store here, and Clayton F. Hoal-on of Swea City was made on Monday. The couple was married Sunday afternoon. June 12, at five jb'clock at the Baptist parsonage in Princeton. Mo., by the Rev. John C Franz. The date was the twenty- sixth anniversary of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg of Swea City. The bride wore a dress of blue lace with white accessories, and her attendant. Mrs. Fred Brown of Des Moines also wore blue. Mr. Brown was the bridegroom's attendant. The new Mrs. Roalson was graduated sell Maxwell and Lenten offering, Mrs. C. H. Holt. The officials will oe Installed in September. Mrs. N. A. Smith, Mrs. Gilbert She'ppard, Mrs. Antone Anderson. Mrs. Barney Crus- ler, Mrs. P. V. .Tanse. Mrs. Virv Runchey. Mrs. R. M. McAtee and Mrs. F. E. Burgess were the hostesses of the meeting. Mrs. Charles Ingersoll led the devotions and Mrs. S. W. Meyer was the leader in the discussion. % Prp-Xiiptlnl Shower— ' Mrs. Wade Sullivan \vas hostess (o a small group of Algona and Em- metshurg women at a pre-nuptial Thursday afternoon, hon- Kmidson. Jr.. of Fort Dodgo j Snrrhrt-RiUo Nupiinls— will be an event of July 2. A one j Woodrow Sarciiet of VUgonn and o clock luncheon was served, and, Viola LnVonne Rike. daughter of contract bridge was played. The 'tincheon table was decorated with spring flowers arranged with a large cut glass bowl for a center piece and the place cards featured tiny silhouette brides dressed in checkered gingham frocks and carrying miniature corsages of colored organdie flowers. The high score prize at bridge went to Mrs. Thomas M. Kelly of Emmetsburg. Miss Kel Council Oak Store WED. SPECIALS Tac-Cut Coffee *)\ per pound • Orange Raisin Bread, loaf Apple Sauce, Xo. 2 fan __ Olives, stuffed, I 1 /!- »z. jar lOc 7c _.7c Pimentoes, r 4 oz. can , "C Potted Meat, V± lb. can _ _ Potted Meat, y-2 11). can Peanut Krush, ]fi oz. jar Date Pudding, 0 ox. can Veal Steak, per pound ._,__ Spare Bibs, per pound - -Cookies, fancy, 2 pounds _ 4c _ 6c _16c . 7c 22c 13c 25c ly received a Wedgewood vase as a ""S? 1 c j a * smat ? «* ««e bride, play<,,.„.» nri ,- B led the Lohengrin processional, and r.uer-1 yilie. UTon^olcooh^'. VK,,,J,JI__ »jf-._u from the Swea City high school am? orln e "er sister, Mnry Kelly of Em- attended Waldorf College where she ' l " rtsh -" rfs ' who!SC marriage to Gil-, 1 was graduated from the business department. She also attended A. I. B. in Des Moines before coming to Algona a year ago to be employed nt Gambles. Mr. Roalson is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Roalson of Swea City. Following his graduation frbm the high school there He attended Waldorf college. ' For the time being Mrs. Roalson will continue at Gambles. A reception was held Monday evening at the Berg home in Swea City for Mr. and Mrs. Roalson. Home Missionary* SlefHng— At the regular meeting fef ths Home Missionary society of the Methodist chruch, Mrs. S. W. Meyer was reelcted president of the organization. Other officers were first viee president, Mrs. H. M. Olson; seeond vice president, Mrs. Antone Johnson; recording secretary. Mrs. W. A. Dutton; treasurer. Mrs. Albert Grooters; mite box secretary. Mrs. J. W. Daw; evangelism secretary- Mrs. W. L. Whitney: missionary education. Mrs. H. A. Tuttle; thank offering, Mrs. Henry Douglas; citizenship, Mrs. M. W. Schwietert; supplies, Mrs. P. A. Danson: Queen Either leader. Mrs. Vaughn Rising- Home Guards leader. Mrs. William Stecle. Jr.: Mother's Jewels leaders- Mrs. R. M. McAtee and Mrs. Rus- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rike of Titonka were married Wednesday morning at the Lutheran church in Titonka. Rev. Martin Schulz performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs. M. G. Bourne, sister of the groom was the matron of honor, and the bridegroom was Arthur Rike, brother of the bride. Mrs. Maurice Bilsborough. a high school classmate of the bride, play- Wed 52 Years- Mr, and Mrs. Ellis McWhorter observed their 52nd wedding anniversary Friday. The day was quietly spent as Mr. McWhorter has not been in very good health the past few months. Mrs. McWhorter, despite handicaps which would stop most people, looks after her garden and raises beautiful flowers beside doing her own house work. She is 75 and Mr. McWhorter is 84. Both are pioneer Kossuth residents. Mrs. McWhorter having been born in the county. They have four children. Ray of Burt. Louis of Algona. Ver« of Omaha, and Mrs. Alice White of Waukegan. Illinois. Royal XHghhor flub— The Royal Neighbor club mem- tiers will meet this afternoon (Tues- Mendelssohn's Wedding March as a recessional. The bride wore a floor length dress of white satin made princess style and embroidered with seed pearls. A finger tip veil was held in place by a bandeau of pearls, and she carried an arm bouquet of American Beauty roses. Mrs. Bourne wore a floor length dress of blue sheer material, and carried a corsage of yellow roses. Following the ceremony a three course dinner was served to the members of the bridal party at the Blue Room in the Hotel Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Sarchett left Wednesday afternoon for a western trip of indefinite length of time. The groom is a graduate of the Algona high school and the Iowa State Teachers College. He teaches music and band at Hansel). Iowa. • ".- i .• .» u. in v L i. iiii.-><iii.\.iiiv/ifii \A UTS- , _ -, . day i at the countrv home of Mrs i lrs ' S! ' rrn «'t graduated from the ek jf r , I Titonka high school and later Elliott Skilling and Mrs. will be the assisting hostesses. A _ „ . , regular business meeting will be P nlIc S e nt Cedar Falls. She has .. . . . " ••• tritirrKt nt 1T*~ t ..: II _ 1 t . i . Sadie Hopkins in Plum Creek Mr.-, i """"I" n 'R" srnnnl and later at- were laid for eleven. P 0 i tcr : tended the Iowa State College at Ames and the Iowa State Teacher's ' " n "°rrd nt Shower— Picnic Dinner— The town members of the Con gregational church entertained th country members at a picnic din ner following the church services Sunday noon. The dinner was served in the church basement. H. W Miller gave the address of welcom and the response was given by Mrs Clarence Mawdsley. D. P. Smltl sang a vocal solo. Rev. Georg Vance addressed the congregation Dinner-Bridge— Mr. and Mrs. W. G. McCullough entertained at a seven o'clock din ner at Cook's Tavern, Friday evo ning. _ The guests spent the evening at bridge at the McCullough home Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Chet Wil Hams. Mr. and Mrs. Dana Pnxson "ml Air. and Mrs. D. P. Smith. Ch" Williams won the men's high prizo nnd Mrs. William? the women's higt prize. Congregational Bible Class— The Bible class of the Congregational church wfll meet this after noon (Tuesdayi in the home cf Mrs. W. K. Ferguson. Hostesses arc Mrs. Josephine Southgate. J. F. Daub, and Mrs. Will Walker Mrs. H. E. Morgan Is in charge ol the devotions. This is the monthly meeting of the Bible class and a five o'clock dinner will be served C'. C. Women to he Guests— The women of the Algona Country Club have been invited to the Eagle Grove and Fairmont, Minn.. Country duos. Wednesday, to attend their guest days. At both clubs there will be golf tournaments in the morning, luncheons at noon, r.nd bridge in the afternoon. S. S. S. Bridge Club- Mrs. R. E. Morgan entertained the S. S. S. bridge club. Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Justin Hilber of Gilmo! e City was a guest. High prize at bridge went to Mrs. Louis Germann and the consolation prize to Mrs. Ben Dwenger. A delicious luncheon was served late in the afternoon. Dinner Party for Visitor- Mrs. J. W. Haggard entertained at a family dinner party last Saturday evening in honor of her niece. Mrs. Lilly White, of Manilla, Iowa, who with her children were visiting relatives in Algona. Covers Fed. Savings & Loan To Pay Four Per Cent Dividend on July i The Algona Federal Savings & Loan Association will Issue its forty-second annual dividend checks July 1. paying 4 per cent Interest. The association was organized in 1917 as the Algona Building * Loan but assumed the new name when it joined the federal organization. It lias 400 loans and 1600 investing members over a radius of fifty miles from Algona. Its assets are S700.- 000. and it owns no real estate. Funds are Insured. Special efforts is made to cooperate with contractors and dealers. C. R. I^aBarre is secretary of the organization. Rites for J. F. Cook Held Sunday P. M. At M. E. Church Funeral services for the late J F. Cook, 79. who passed away on Thursday evening following a few week's illness were held at the M. E. church Sunday afternoon. Dr. Burgess of the local Methodist church was in charge, assisted bv Rev. Wood of Good Hope. Mr. Cook was born at Cottage Hill. low's. September 16. 1859. and ?rew to manhood in that locality, tn 1888 he was married to MUs Minnie Shirk.. In 1894 they came to Kossuth county and resided on i farm for 18 years, later moving :o Algona where they bought they present home In whclh they are now living. He leaves to mourn his passing 'our children: Mrs. M. L. Dutton. Russell Cook, Mrs. H. C. Johannesen of this city and Mrs. L. C. Schichtl of Staples, Minn. There are also five grandchildren. Mrs; 3len Teeter, Mrs. Milton Pierce, 3onna Jean Dutton, Wayne and Gary Schichtl and one great grandchild. Durwood Pierce. A brother. E. W. Cook of Fort Dodge and a ister, Mrs. Susan Maxwell of Ep- vorth. Iowa, also survive. Following the services, burial vas made in Riverview cemetery, Algona. Mrs. J. F. Overmyer and Mrs. ie.4ui.n uijsuies.s merlins will oe . . ...-> - . ^.^........i tutu inia. , ., , T ^. . held followed bv an afternoon of i?"* 1 " at Waterville nnd Arnold; O. B. Laing entertained at n show- I chl d " n - ^ lc . k ar cards and a luncheon. p «*- ., cr honoring Mr,. John McDowell. ""!L^™; A "'°" e . Milton Mortons To Take Western Trip Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton and Luncheon— Mrs. E. A. Genrich entertained at <\ luncheon Friday nt one o'clock honoring Mrs. Arnie Horsford of Fort Dodge, who was visiting Algona friends for two days. Mrs. Harold Cowan and Mrs. R. A. Cowan were also guests. Guests at the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rike. Titonka; Mr. and Mrs. Mcrvin Sarehet and son. Mervin of Racinp. Wis.: Mrs. Clir- anre Maland of Elmore, Minn., and j Mrs. V. V. Naudain of Algona. Niinmi Circle Twenty-six members and five Use READY TO USE LUMBER Low Cost— Lojig Life with Raesly Lumber Co. Near Milwaukee Depot Phone 2:14 Mel. B. Griffin Call ami Iowa Tues. Wed., June 28 29 ^ from one o'i lui 1< i-,i--h 1 dav. "THE RIVER" ! Henry Fonda j in : 'I Met My Love Again", Thurs.-Fri., ! June 30 July 1 Daily Mali nee 2 p m. Barbara Stanwyck Herbert Marshall in "Always Goodbye" One of ie.i.-'jii'., be.-it Tues. Wed, ' K\u i..!c<i inn i Irene Dunn Carey Grant "The Awful Truth" :ir 1 >i, guests attended a meeting of the N'aomi Circle held in the Dehnert Hotel with Mrs. Wm Dehnert :n hostess Friday afternorn. The Naomi Circle is the home part of the Rebekah lodge. Mrs. August Bernau. Jr.. was presented with a linen tablecloth as a wedding present. Mrs. C. C. Wright received an cler- tric toaster from the Rebekahs for work done as captain of staff. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Dehnert were given a picture for work at the time of the convention. A lovely two course luncheon was served by the hostess after the meeting. Farewell Party—" Thursday evening. Mrs. Theo. Chrischilles. Mrs. Herman Hauber A '. Mini Mrs. R. H. Miller entertained at (h'nner and bridge honoring Mrs. Vt-ra Christensen, who is leaving Algona soon to make her permanent residence in the west. Eight close friends were guests at a dinner served at Cook's Tavern, iiml at bridge fit the Hiiuberg home. Mrs. G. W. Stillman received the high score prize, and Mrs. J. L. Bonar the second high prize. Mrs. Christensen .vas presented with a guest prize. I-H Club Meeting" A meeting of the Lotts Creek Lassies 4-H club was held June 21st at the home of Ruth Meino. A round table talk was held on First Aid in the Home and there was a talk on the Care of the Teeth by Phyllis Gengler. Miss Pepoon showed the girls how to cane a chair. Many visitors attended and Anna May Butler was taken in as a new member. It is still hoped that more girls will join. The next meeting will be held July 8th at the home of E'.da Haack. !<•<• Cream Socinl— The local Congregational Chrss- . afternoon. There were 20 in attendance. Mrs. C. D. Schaap ar.d Mr::. C. R. LaBarrc won prizes in chinkcr-chcck. P. E. O. Tea- Chapter BW of the P. E. O. entertained at :i ten. Tuesday afternoon, honoring Mrs. Vera Christensen and daughter. Joyce. The tea was held •' the home of Mrs. E. J. Murtagh. The guests of honor received remembrances. Bridget Club— The Bridget club met this afternoon (Tuesday! for a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. L. W. l-'nx. Bridge was played at two tables. Mrs. P. A. Danson and Airs. Otis Paddock were gueats of the club. Dinner at Burt— Mrs. J. I. Troutman. Mrs. Wm Dehnert and Mrs. Walter Klamp attended a dinner at the Burt hotel honoring the birthday of Mrs. Troutman. Saturday noon". Dessert dull- Mrs. William Vigars will entertain the Dessert club at her home Friday afternoon. and Miriam, and M.-. Johnson and their daughter. Charlotte, plan to leave tion. Mr. Pool Is expected home Tuesday, but Mrs. Pool and the children will stay for n month. Mr. and Mr*. Ralph Horiira* of Spencer were in Algona Wednesday visiting friends. Mrs. Horrigan attended the women's tournament at the Country Club and Ralph found a game later in the afternoon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd Perkins and daughter. Carol of Cedar Rapids were guests Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Elbert. They had been up at Leech Lake for ten days' fishing. Mr. Perkins, wflo formerly managed the Webster Co. Buick Co. here about ten years ago. now has the east half of Iowa for Skelly wholesale sales. Mrs. Per.t- ins will be remembered as Agn'-s Sage, who at one time was employed at the Weiss & Sorstedt Cloak shop. T. F. O'Hnire. Mrs. l.nnghlin Quinn and Mrs. Ruth Hunter left Sunday for Washington. D. C. in the O'Haire car. Mrs. O'Hnire ami daughter. Ann. remained for a longer visit with the former's parent*. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rist. Mrs. Quinn had been visiAng her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb, am! other Algona relatives. Mrs. Hunter will join her father, L. J. Dickinson, in Washington for a time nnd do secretarial work for him. H^ left Des Moines the fore part of the week for Washington. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Shumway spent a few days last week at Cedar Rapids and Maquoketa. At the latter place they attended the Aberdeen Angus sale where the cow sold for $3500. the highest price on record for an Aberdeen Angus cow. There were about 200 head shipped from Yakima. Washington to the owners' old home farm near Maquoketa for the annual auction which is largely attended by breeders and fanciers from all over the country. Mr. Shumway purchased a young bull to add to his herd at Sutherland., Elinor Cole and Morris Christie of Maxwell, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Thorpe. Friday ami Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Thorpe returned with them to Maxwell fo- the week end. The Thorpes brought Mrs. Thorpe's niece. Martha Dewel of Miiskogee, Oklahoma, and " cousin, Mrs. Mildred Willason cf Bellingham. Washington home witl. them. Martha will visit here for two weeks, and Mrs. Willason wT go to Clear Lake in several days to visit a brother. The fatter, tin- former Mildred Cole, taught scho-11 here years ago. Mrs. K. D. .fnmrs returned on Thursday from Long Beach and . , ve „, , , - _ , the middle of the week for the Bla. k ! „'„„"![.L 0 - California, where she_ haJ Hills. The Johnsons will return to * Algona. but the Nortons will continue to the west coast, visiting in Tacoma and Seattle, Washington, and at Eugene. Oregon, where Milton will look after some business interests. Milton's mother. Mrs. F. S. Norton, and daughter. Eleanor, are at present visiting in Tacoma with Mrs. Norton's brother. Howard Gould. They went in time to attend the wedding on July 8 of Mi. Gould's daughter, who had accompanied Eleanor to Alaska a few years ago. Card of Thanks We wish to express our thanks and appreciation to the friends and neighbors of the many deeds of kindness, the flora) tributes, and the expressions of sympathy which were extended to us at the death of our beloved son and brother.—Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ewoldt ana Elmer. 26' t!;tn Endeavor .society will give Sally Eiler in "Condemned Women" .Sti.iy -,f the Bu Hou.-,e Thurs. Fri.-Sat. "Outlaws of Prairie" Se. o:.'l i-V.turv "Devils Party" Sunday Monday, July 34 Kaills Uainlc lir.tiuilli- "White Banners" Successor to "M.i-_-!.:l.i • lit ( f.oictt.i Ynun:: Sjiciu • r Tr:u > "MAN'S ( AVn.K" 'S. . -,! >i K. :' .!•-• Hick f- Of ;m I.0\ riKKMAV <-/("?'',, W : JJ / PJll.> >Sec in Slow Motion. Sec \\';t> (,'ontinuous Shows from on Si- 1-1111- daily Mill u-t cream social in the basement I and on the lawn of the church this \ UYdnc-s'iay evening at 7.30 o'cloi k • It L- ut-am anil cake and fre->-i -ti iwljt-riit.i \.-ill he served. All I.LI t-i-ds from thi.i soual will be : •-'! 'o .-.-n i younx |,,.-o|,k- to tiit all fiu-1,11, o: tin- < inirci. j.i ur^-.-d !or ti,i, v.-orthy [.rujti. t. liirtlnl.ty ( lul,— .^^rT P.--.yi]U,nd Norton will tnter- iiin ti-.e incrnb'.-io of the Birthday ' 'I'.ij at her ,,,tt-«yc at Clear L;ikJ, I 'J'nur.Miay. A ten o'clock break! -I v.-:ll t.c- .-t-rv.-d by tht ho.^U--,, and ijiid^e will be played at two : tab!..-;, A pot luck dinner will he .-L-rvtcJ late in tht at'teriioon. Mrs. Jacob Teuscher Dies. Funeral Held Friday Afternoon Mrs. Jacob Teuscher died June 22. at her home near the fairgrounds following a lingering illness of a yea/. , Famine Baunigartner was born in 1875 at Monroe, Wisconsin. At the age of five she came to Iowa with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Matt Baumgartner. She and Mr. Teuscher were married in 1900 at LuVerne and farmed in that neighborhood until 1911 when they moved to Algona. Mr. Teuscher has been caretaker of the fairgrounds for a number of years. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at two o'rlork m the home with the Rev. C. W. Pfeiffer in charge, and interment was niaile at LuVerne. Beside her husband there are th-j RochHlp Johnson, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Johnson, has been ill the past week. Lou DKiruw was able to In- down town the first of the week. He has been bedfast for the past twelve weeks, but is gradually regaining his strength. -Air. and Mm. C. E. Oberg were week end guAsts at the home of Mrs. Oberg's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Lindberg at Minneapolis. Mr. Oberg is employed by Gail Towne. Mrit. George Maltoney entertained her bridge club Tuesday afternoon. The high score was won by Mrs. Leonard Nelson; travel by Mrs. Bert Cronan. and Mrs. James Watt was low. Mrs. Howard Vinson was a club guest. MM. Chan. Roupe and granddaughter, Donna Jaen Phillips left Wednesday morning for Cedar Rapids «-here they will be for two weeks visiting at the home of Mr. and . .. u ^.,uiiu Hide die IJl'J »» . .., r, following iurviving relatives: Matt , R " u ',' e A u Roupe i, spent the past two weeks. At Lon<: Beach, she visited her mother. Mrs. Steers, and an uncle. Mrs. Steers fell a few years ago and has to use crutches since the injury. In Glendale she visited her sister. Mrs. L. 1 R. Morrison and family, who form-! crly lived in Algona. Both the i Morrison girls are married. Helen has a daughter four months old. nnd Mildred's daughter is two years oM. , Leonard. Jr.. lives with his parents j and works in his father's drug store. Enroute home Mrs. Jame-i i visited her daughter. Mrs. C. B. j Nasby, at Omaha. ! Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Lehman nnd : son. Charles, spent Sunday at DCS j Moines visiting the Lehman's ' daughter. lola. lola nnd Catherine McCall. daughter of Mr. and MM. M. J. McCall, will leave Saturday for a three weeks' vacation trln. They will go to Lake Louise, Canada, and via Vancouver and Victoria to Seattle. Washington, where they will attend a national convention of the Sigma Alpha lotn sorority. Catherine is the national ser- j retary of the sorority. From Sent- j tic they will go to Portland, Ore ; gon. San Francisco »nd Los Angele .. | There they will be guests of tli,<! Paramount. Metro-Gold wyn-Mayer. Fox nnd Universal Studios. They will be guests of the studios through the Iowa connection with the Central States Theatre Corporation. The girls will return to Des Moines via Old Mexico and the Grand Canyon. HELPFUL HANN/H'S Household Hints iinuii.i when lll!'.-n.-.. It l.i til tiu-in 13 the ty !JL- '.. cai-.c-licU Wilson Bakery Phone j anil Frt-<] Uaumgiirtncr of LuVerne. i Mrs. Henry lJHUi>ig;irtni.T an-l Mr.... ,Sil,-i.i Eocher of Humbert, Wiscnn- ir.. Mi.i. Duviii Tt-UM-her of Monroe-. '.\'i,i oii.-,in. Conrad K.iumgurtnc-r of I{«-nv.-i,-k. ;,n.| Mm. Ucur^u W,ilkii..-i- ; <A -M:i-lill City. Out of town ichtive.s who mini- for the- funeral were as follow,:; Mr.. Uivi.j Tt-usi-her and son. John. ; ni Monroe, Wisconsin; Mr. and Xfrs. V.'m. Tt-usrlu-r of Monticello, Wi = ., ! -.fis. Kv;t Baumgartiier. -Mrs Mir.- ; nil.- ICsrher and daughter. Vt-lba i of Humbert. Wis. Wrn. Teuscher cf ; Monroe, Wi.-i., Mr. and f,lra. Sam i Z-.-ntiu-r. Jr.. and daughter, Miss I ChloL- Zentner, Mr. and Mrs Jack! Zi-ntntr, Mr. and Mrs. Keefe of! Am boy. Minn., and Mr. anJ Mr. 3 . ' Win. Zentner of Kenwick. ! .son of Mrs. Chas. Koupe Air. iinil Mrs. .Jim I'uol mid <-hild- ien. I)n,; anil Barbara, left Frici :y for .Sargna. Wisconsin, for a vaca- NATIONAUY ADVERTISED FOOT AIDS Women's Club Has Picnic at Call Park Fcnton: The Fenton Woman.'., club i.-loatd their year's, meeting with * picnic ;it tile Cull i';u-k. Al^oirj. and a in Uinee- ul tile Call Theatre la..t week Tuesday afternoon. .V-- teiidijsg were- Mesdanie.-i K K. .John- -s'jii. Alfred Meyers. Waller Ohni J. A. Mueller. J. A. C. .Smith. Kr.-:e.,1 Vultcler. K. C. \\Yi.sbrod. H. C'. l.ind.-ey. W. R Wei.-hrod. Klmer Wei.^bnjd. E. J. Frank. F. H Newel. John Li;;ht. George Boettcher. all «.f Kenlon. and E A. Wei.-brod of Whiltemore. Boy Breaks Arm Fenton: Floyd Bollinger, 4. son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bollinger. .suffered a fractured left arm laal wee;'. Wednesday uhen lie tell from lii.= cuu.iter wu^uii. Tile arm v.'as placed in a brace ami lie v.'ili have lu carry it in a sling for two Weeks. Tile Bellingers are having more than their share of trouble for little Katherine, 2, is in a cast from tile hips to the toes because of dislocated hip joiuu. ATTENTION FARMERS! Knock-Out BINDER TWINE Manila Twine or Sisal Place Your Orders Now Coast-To-Coast Store Ilci-1 ( 'lips <'"l'li I'ails lioi'nl iii hainia^'t-s lOc Ahsorhriit ('ntton lOc Talnim Powder __ lOc -Mciitllnlatllln ____ Adhoivc Tape ___10c Cork Fch insoles _10c Athlete's Knot BEN FRANKLIN tsu 1I.ER, Owneil USED CARS '38 Olsmobile Touring Sedan '32 Chevrolet Two Door Sedan '31 Chevrolet Four-Door Sedan '30 Chevrolet Two Door Sedan '30 Plymouth Sedan HOENK MOTOR SERVICE "• :;l11 «'<•»! "f (',„„! ll.His,. With a Polar Cub ELECTRIC FAN Will lint iz'ive radio interference. (Irapliite bronze bearing' with oil serervoir. 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