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The Algona Upper Des Moinea, Algona, Iowa, July 5, 1938 Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Font* of Sioux City were week en* guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Saund- crs« Omega McOrath, who Is employed at the Kresensky store, spent the week end visiting friends at Rockford, Til. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lindstrom were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R c La Forge at Iowa Falls, Monday evening. Mrs. F. L. Tflbon and daughter, Mrs. Gladys Paddock, were guests of the Courtney lawyers at Manlv Thursday. . Dennis Pratt and Kenneth Knudsen were in Des Moines, Friday and Saturday, attending a motor-winding school. Bernlce Ludwlg of West Bend wa a week end guest. of Maurine Me cuuough. u Is visiting the home of his son and wife Dr and Mrs. C. D. Schaap. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cowan „„„ Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cowan spent I at, W Al V?- d and the Fourth Bt Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Godfredsott are the parents of a baby girl born Wednesday. June 29. at the Kossuth hospital. This is their third child. Mr. and Mrs. George De Vault and son. Duane of Sioux City, arrived Saturday and visited until Monday with their friends, Mr. and Mrs. P J. Bredall. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aalfs nnd two r *nne Adele, daughter of Mr. and sons of sioux City were" week ind guests of Mrs. Aalfs 1 parents, Mr. -T «**Mfl«»1,* I/J| J.TAT, itIIU Mrs. J. F. Overmeyer, left for Chicago, Thursday evening, for a two •weeks' visit with friends. Geneva Scharlach spent the week end and Monday Visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Scharlach. She is employed in Des Moines. Mrs. F. L. Trlbon and daughter daughter, Mrs. Gladys Paddock were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs Albert Staehle at Hurt, last week Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jensen were guests of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Craig, at their home at Clare- roont, Minn., over the week end and the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre and family left Thursday evening for a two weeks' vacation trip to Salt Lake City, Denver, and the Yellowstone National Park. Mrs. James Neville- left Thursday evening for Chicago, where she was called by the death of her brother, Dr. P. T. Tanner. Dr. Tanner was a former resident of Algona. Beulah Hartshorn was a week end guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ahneman at Pine Island, Minn. Mrs. Ahneman will be remembered as Hilda Campbell. Mrs. Charles DuCharme returned to her home at Grosse Point Farms, Detroit, Michigan, Thursday evening after a month's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Rice. Airs. Paul Krlethe of Burt entertained at an afternoon party honoring Mrs. Gladys Paddock at her home. Saturday afternoon. Mrs. F. L. Trlbon of Algona was also a guest. Marjorie Davis of Washington, D. C., arrived Sunday for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Agard. Marjorie Is Mrs. Agard's sister, and Is employed at the Library of Congress. Charles Cretineyer left Saturday for Cambridge, Masachusctts, where he will attend a six weeks' summor session at Harvard University. Charles is the son of Dr. and MM. C. H. Crelzmeyer. Mr. nnd Sirs. Pet<r Chubb and little son of Maquoketa and Mr. and Mrs. William Chubb of Minneapolis, were guests of the men's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Chubb during the week end. * , .Major Leslie T. Saul left for Washington, Iowa, to spend a week With his family, and will bring them back to Algona with him. Major Saul Is the new secretary of the Algona Chamber of Commerce. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Robert* anil the latter's sister, Anna Rose Bass, who is their guest, spent the week and Mrs. C. L. Bailey and other Algona friends. Mr: and Mrs. Roy Bcrrle and son, David of Mason City, arrived Saturday and visited during the week end with Mrs. Berrie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barry. Margaret Rait and her friend, ^arietta Abell of Cedar Falls visited at the home of the former's sister Mrs. R. S. Blossom, Thursday They were enroute on a vacation trip In the west. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cowan are th parents of a six and one half poun-a girl born Saturday, July 2, at the Kossuth hsopital. They have named the baby Marcia Kay. Marcla is their first child. Sheila Sullivan, little daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Wade Sullivan, was taken home from the Kossuth hospital, Sunday, following an operation for appendicitis. Sheila is getting along nicely. Mr. and Sirs. R, S. Blossom and the former's mother, Mrs. Jane Blossom, and Mrs. J. W. Sullivan drove to Adele, Sunday, where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Fardal. Mrs. Fardal is a daughter of the R. S. Blossoms. Mary Beiser had a foot injured Friday evening when a hundred pound piece of ice fell on it as th" ice was being put into the refrigerator. A blood vessel was broken in the foot, and she will have to stay off from It for a time. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rising nnd daughter, Marion of DCS Moinex. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bell and two sons Dick and Ronald, and Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Rising were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Hoover at West Bend. Julia Bourne, arrived from New York City, Saturday morning, for u ten day visit with her parents, Mr. end and the Fourth visiting the I forces, former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Roberts, at their home In Troy. .Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Briulfli-ld and daughter, Patty, arrived Saturday evening from their home at St. Charles. Minn., for a visit with Mrs. Bradlield's mother, Mrs. U. P. Ben- hon. Mr. Bradfleld returned to St. Charles, Monday, but Mrs. Rradfleld and daughter will visit for the remainder of the week. Mrs. K. I. Cratty was taken to IIPJ home on North Phillips street, from the Kossuth hospital Thursday. Mrs. Cratty had been In the hospital for eight weeks, after breaking her leg by a fall. Her daughter, Mable Cratty, of Minneapolis, is home to take care of her and Mrs. W. J. Bourne, and with her brother and wife, Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne. Julia is home economist for the American Home azine. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McMahon and daughter, Nancy, drove to Minneapolis. Saturday and visited Mrs. McMahon's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Mangan. Mrs. McMahon returned Monday and Mrs. McMahon and Nancy will remain for the rest^if the week. Dr. and Mrm. B. M. Wallace will leave today for a ten day vacation trip south. They will visit the doctor's brother at Beaumont, Texaa, and enroute will stop at Shreveport, Louisiana, to visit Mrs. Wallace's! nephew, Luther Fairbanks, who is stationed there with the U. S. air 160 AT LADIES AIDGUESTDAY Wesley: The Methodist Ladies' Aid entertained about 160 ladies at their Guest Day last Tuesday afternoon in the church. The' program Included: greetings by Mrs. Arlo Dawson. piano solo by Lavon Gerdes; a one act play, "Gossip 1 directed by Mrs. D. J. Zerbe: vlolii duet by Sylvia Ann Gerdes ani Jean Bottom: a talk by August. Swanson. a missionary from India, musical reading by Sylvia Ann Gerdes; awarding of the prizes by Mr* Dawson, president of the Aid; an,] n piano duet by Helen Franzcn and Mrs. John Paulson. Burt received the attendance prize with 22 ladies present, while the Priscllla Phoebes wcre second with 35 present. Donn had 10, Sexton ind Corwith each 8, and Titonkn Mr. and Mrs. Georee Ward spent Thursday in Mason City. Fred Scefeld got a swarm of bees rom the Kunz store building on Friday. Herman Bode was n delegate to fancock county democratic conven- ion Saturday. Gerry Wingert DISPUTE OVER HAtGWITZ-REVENT- N—London, England: Difference over the education of their son, Lance, with whom they are shown playing at the Venice Lido lasts ummer, are said to have caused an estrangement between Count Reventlow and his wife, the former Barbar Hutton and heiress to the Woolworth millions. The Countess has obtained a restraining order in London against her husband as a protection for herself and the child. Bernice Brown, Livermore Weds Norman Holland FENTON PEOPLE ATTEND REUNION Fenton: The annual Hayenga- Voigt family reunion was held on Saturday nnd Sunday, June 25 and 20. at Redwood Falls, Minnesota, vith 17 Fenton people attending. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Petr Hayenga, Mr. and Mrs. Harry laase and daughter, Shirley, Mr. md Mrs. C. C. Voigt and sons, Paul, lalph, Kenneth and daughter, Vivan and Blanche and Merwin Widdel, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Zwiefel and daughters. Iris and Ardis, all of Fcn- to;i. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hayenga and son, Eagle Bend, Minn,; Mr. and Mr... Harold Fyle, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Goodwin and son, Robert and Glenn Hayenga, all of Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Reno Lundqutst, Clarissa, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hayenga, Staples, Minn.; Mr. and Mr*. F. WcUbrod and sons, Harold and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Chalmer Bonnickscn, Ringsted; and Mr. and Mrs. William Voigt and family of Cylinder. .Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hcwlns and daughter, I'atsy of Freport. Illinoi:;. spent the weok end visiting- nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Alfred Meyers and Paul Ncmitz attended a meeting of the State Brand Creameries at Mason City. I Couple Will Live Near Bode After Wedding Trip Livermore: A wedding of interest to many in this community took place last Thursday when Miss Bernice Brown of this place and Norman A. Rolland of Bode were married at ten o'clock. The ceremony was held at the St. Paul Lutheran church at Garner with the Rev. Harry R. Wrede officiating. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Burgess of Klemme. Bride Wore White The single ring service was used. The bride wore a white gabardine suit with white accessories. She carried an arm bouquet of mixed sweet peas and lilies of the valley. Her attendant wore light blue with white accessories. She carried a bouquet of garden flowers. Following the marriage, the wedding party enjoyed a three course luncheon which hnd been arranged at the Garner cafe. Immediately following the luncheon the couplu left for their honeymoon trip which will take them into Minnesota. The spent Saturday nd Sunday at the C. W. Gosliii ome in Woden. The Wesley Junior league ball boldt Monday night. L. E. Linnnn. Algona attorney, spoke on medical jurisprudence. Mrs. Snm Alne will be hostess to the Legion Auxiliary when they meet in their rooms on Thursday evening. July 7th. New officers will he installed. Robert Welter. J. C. Skow nnd D. J. .Zerbe are the republican delegates tn the county convention to bo held Saturday at 11 o'clock a. m. in the Legion hall. George Peaberg was pleasantly surprised Wednesday evening when the .Iiirgen Skow family and tho Pete SeahcrRR came to help him observe his birthday. Mrs. Pearly Hnynes, Harley and Irene left Saturday by car for Chicago, where the will spend a weok visiting relatives. They plan nl-o to visit in Indiana. Mr and Mrs. George Aldrich nnd son were guests at the Vernon E\v- ing home in Swra City on Sundiv. Juno 2fi. Mrs. Ewing was formerly Katherlne Cruise. A new elevator addition has hpcn huilt the past week nt the Farmers' Co-Operative society grounds. The elevator will be used to carry grnin from the elevator bins to the feed grinding and mixing equipment in the west part of the building. Vic Loebig attended a state incet- ng of the Rural Electrification administration at the Wahkonsa hotel, Fort Dodge. Tuesday. Chair--- ., g,^ .,„, man Carmody and the chief engi- club defeated Forest City here Tue:i- neer °' Washington were there. Lo«-day by a score of 12 to 6 ' hi S sa 'd materials for the Han- Mrs. Lloyd Neswaldt is afflicted COck 5 OUnt / P r °^ ct w ? re on th with scarlet fever and the home was {I™"" 1 re ? dy for tho co " tract °™ to Announcement! Alee Derinenil of \Veltster ('ilv is the new owner of FMKK'CK'S CAFK. I wish to thank my friends ;m<l patrons for their business and our pleasant relationship in the past, and eordiallv in- vilr yon to continue to let I'IKKC'K'S Cafe her. to.. «•(' yon nil Fishing! S if you 're to., l.usv to fisll. von e . Floyd Pierce Pierce. Mrs. H. L. Pierce returned '''."'. " nd " iss Gt » p » lcvc * ewc ' of with Mr. and Mrs. Hewins to her | « «'l"t«. Kansas wi-re sevi-n o,-lock home at Freeport after visiting here at the Pierce home for two weeks. Mrs. H. L. Pierce is E. V. Pierce's mother, and Mrs. Hewins is his sister. bride chose for her traveling suit a shade of autumn brown with accessories of whivit color. Graduate of Local School The bride, the daughter of Mr. dinner guests at the Chris. Newel f " 1(i Mrs. Cli.-irlcs Brown of this Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frank and family nnd Eunice Johnson, Fen- quarantined last week Friday. Mary Ellen Bottom was at Cedar Falls a few days last week where she had gone to take a music lesson. Mrs. Ben Studer submitted to an appendicitis operation nt the Kossuth hospital early Tuesday morning. i Joe Eisonliacher, youngest son of Mr. and .'irs. Ignatius Eisenbacher is sick in bed with sciatic rheumatism. The G. G. Sttider.s and Mrs. Dora ] Arndorfer of St Benedict visited nl the Nate Studer home Tuesday afternoon. Tom Forburger, Albert Blcic-h nnd J. L. Studer went to Lost Island Thursday, to fish. They got their limit. Mrs. Leon Pinitli and children visited several days this week at th,? home of her sister, the Don Mcl- eney's at Britt. Vivian Studer went to Iowa City Wednesday morning where she entered the University hospital for further treatment. Mrs. R. K. Richardson entered the General hospital at Algona Sunday where Monday morning she was a patient for minor surgery. George Goetz took Mrs. Mary Goetz and Dorothy to Mason City on Thursday where the latter took begin work ' for the new precision -timed 1 0 T 0 X permanent a treatment at the Mercy hsopital. Mrs. Al work in Garner Monday night following a week's vacation at home. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease drove to Hanlontown Friday night to get their son, Loren, who has been visiting relatives there the last three weeks. Mrs. Tony Lindenschmidt of Chicago came Friday morning for an extended visit with relatives and friends and to attend the Richter wedding. Dr. R. K. Rich.-irdJion attended th- district osteopathy clinic at Hum- *The greatest news since Zofos itself freed you from old-fashioned permanent wave machines! Tlie New Zotos is precision-timed with the "Guardian Eye"— two rcd discs on cach Va pci- which signals our vthT w r reachc i ion. The full beauty of every curl is yours to last and hit. Phone 803 for appointment* Marigold Sboppes NESCO Combination Kerosene Stove and Work Table A kerosene Ixirninp: slove with hi^li chimneys. All white with tahle top of nil poiveliiin which can lie nsed ns a work tahle when top is closed. See this new stove at our store now. Kohlhaas and Spilles AIXJOXA. IOWA Cd&h in on UJont-fld until she (.round. is able to be up and Mnt. A. HutchUon, Mm. Theodore Hutchison and daughter, Sue, Mrs. C. B. Murtagh and her sister, Mable Cratty. spent last week Monday in Des Moines. On their way home, they stopped at Boone, and brought Charles Hutchison from the Swedish Lutheran home, back to Algona with them for a week's visit with Algona relatives. After upending most of four we<*ks with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George L Free at their home in Garner, Mrs. Laura Paine left last week Sunday for her homo in Pasadena, California. ai-company- iiiK her daughter-in-law. Mrs. (J. R. Paine and two daughters, who ha 1 H>ent the month visiting relatives at. Portland Twp. Mr. and Mrs. John Koestler spent Tuesday at Sexton and Garner. Mr. and Mrs. Pefferman, Bancroft, were business callers at the Dei Fitch home Friday. Floyd Stott is spending several days with his sister and husband, the Vern Pedersons. Mnf. Naomi Geddes and Mrs. Chas. Johnson, Garner were Wednesday visitors at the Del Fitchs J. P. Trunkhill took Edward Stewart to near Des Moines on a business trip Friday, in regard to a school position. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jandl and family spent Friday fishing at Lost Island and came home with a nice cat.li of lish. Anthony Jandl went to Fair- fiix. Minn., Saturday evening for jveral days visit with his uncle) Canada. Mrs. C. home one day recently. Mrs. F. H. Bohn ami daughter. Mnry Ann. Mrs. Herman Bohn, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wegener and son, Marlin and daughter, Lorraine, were Wednesday evening supper guests nt the Henry Wegener home. Mike Downer, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Downer and daughter, Carol, of Hawley. Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Downer of Winnebago. Minnesota, visited at the George Siems and Robert Vottelers, Thursday. Mrs. F. H. Bohn and daughter, Mary Ann, spent last week Tuesday with Mrs. Bohn's parents, Mr., and Mrs. Nick oOeders near Cylinder. Other guests were Mrs. Ed Gohr of Charles City, Leo Goeders of Estherville, Susie Goeders of Whittemore and Tony Goeders of Mason City. Mary Ann Bohn received a card from Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod stating that they were now at Yos-rmite Park, in California, and were having a delightful vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Weisbrod accompanied their daughter, Florence and Louise Baker, the latter of Des Moines, on a trip to the western states two week'i ago and will also visit relatives in Spirit Lake. Mrs. Paine and two, and cousins, the Uiorge Jandls. daughters came to Garner Saturday i Messrs and Me.sdanies F. A. Rin i iiitfht and were overnight guests in the Free home. Air. und MTU. Don Hutchison and two daughters, Nancy and Joan, and the former's mother, Mrs. A. Hutchison, left Friday morning:, to be gone ten days. Joan Hutchison und her cousin, Mary Drummond, will enjoy ten days at a Campflre Girl's camp at Birch Lake near Vandulia, Michigan. Mrs. A. Hutchison will visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. Q. Drummond, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison rnd Nancy will travel in northern Michigan. Lieut and .'Mrs. Mell IVternon und Kon, Meli, left for Schenectady, New York, last week Thursday, after a month's visit here with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Peterson, and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murttagh. Belly and Jean Murlagh went wilh them and will visit there for several weeks. The pirls are sisters of Mrs. Peterson. Lieut. Peterson will be located at Schenectady for about three month* working in the gun department of the General Electric Company. .Mary ("outer drove to town, Saturday morning, and took the Challenger on out to San Francisco, California. A school friend. Irene Peterson, accompanied her on this trip. Mary will visit at tho home of Mr. aud Mrs. Robert Mid- dk-koutf. Mrs. Middlekouff will be remembered as Arba Dee Lung, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long. Mary's parents, Mr. and Mm. W. A. Foster, will drive out to California later ou on a vacation trip aad bring Mary back with them. dorf und Webb Stewart spent Sunday afternoon und night with the Brink Shiplers at Maxwell and Monday at Des Moines. They returned home Monday evening. Donald Bierstedt spent the past two weeks with his grandparents, the C. E. Sigsbees. Mr. aud Mrs. Dan Harris and son, Everett Harris, with his wife and sons were Thursday callers at the Sigsbee home. Mrs. Victor Fitch's mother, Mrs. Maud Hix and Mr. and Mrs. Emory Johnson of Gordon, Neb., spent the past week visiting friends and relatives here and are now visiting in Minnesota. Mrs. V. Fitch and Mrs. Johns are cousins. Ed McGuire and his men are putting in a four-foot grade on tho road east and west between the Claude Samson and Ray MeWhorter farms. This is a very much needed improvement and will enable the teacher and pupils to reach school more conveniently. All-Portland township school directors were present at the July first business meeting held Friday at the school in District No. 5. Supt. M. C. Bowie, Burt, was out to display and demonstrate supplies for which he la salesman. A number at the teachers were rehired. Mrs. Arthur Riley was hostess to the Presbyterian Woman's Milton- ury society at her home lost week Tuesday evening. There were nine women present and the lesson ou missions in the West Indies was led by Mrs. J. L. Llchty. Mrs. S. V. Phillips and Mrs. L. H. Lichty conducted the devotional period. F. Wegener entertained Friday afternoon in honor of her son. Martin's eighth birthday and the past two"weeks'dues to'the h'eav place, has spent all of her life in this community. She graduated from the Livermore high school, took a two year course of elementary teachers' training. She has been a teacher since that time, being a member of the Goodeil, Randall, and Fenton faculties. The groom is the son of Mr. ami Mrs, E. E. Rolland. of Bode. He in a graduate of the Bode hi«h school and has spent his life in the Bode vicinity, and is now in charge of the Rolland farm, where the young couple will live on their return. Mrs. Ruth Hansen Entertains at Aid Doan: Mrs. Ruth Hansen, now of Ottosen. but a former Doan resident, entertained the Doan'Aid on Thursday, June 23, and 20 ladies of Doan attended. Mr. and Mrs. Van Hansen moved to Ottosen at Christmas time having purchased a store there. The Doan Aid will hav<- miest dav at tlie church Thursday, July 7. The ice cream so<-i:il held nt Dnaui on June 22. netted the Doan Aid Corn plowing has been di-laved Lilu Joyce Johnson, who was celebrating her seventh birthday anniversary. Lila is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Johnson, and the birthday anniversary of the two children are celebrated every year at the Wegener or Johnson homes. Others attending were Mrs. E. K. Johnson and children, Marjorie, Eunice and Kenneth and Mrs. Truman Johnson and son, Mervin and Lorraine Wegener. Recent Hebron Bride Honored at Shower Hebron: A miscellaneous shower was given for Mrs. Gordon Johnson at the J. R. Johnson home -test Friday afternoon to a large grou.j of relatives und friends. The bride received many beautiful gifts. Mrs. Martin Thompson assisted her daughter, Mrs. Adrian Hauskin last Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Frundle and Geraldii's spent Sunday night with Oscar Frr.tidie and family. John Jordahl returned to Rochester. Minn., last Friday, where he underwent another operation. He is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klepping of Forest City and Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Hauskin aud family visited Sunday afternoon with the Oscar Frandles. Quite a number attended miscellaneous shower for Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dwyer at the Zion church parlors la Rake. Mrs. Dwyer was formerly Opal Oslaod. Gladys Paetz assisled at the L. E. Linnan office in Algona during the vacation of the office girl. The Wesley M. E. Aid meeting was held on Tuesday. June 28th and ten ladies from Doan attended. Mrs. Dora Kerrigan, who arrived here from Williamsburg, about three weeks ago, will visit here for some time. Mrs. Eva Hansen will be the hostess to the Aid Thursday. July 21. Mrs. Hannabelle Carlson will assist. TWINS! MADE FOR EACH OTHER California Visitors Will Return Home Wesley; Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer und Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hitvi.il-.- took Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haveriy to Mason City Wednesday, where they will leave by train for their home in Sacramento, California, after spending about ten days visiting- relatives here. Mrs. Joe Kleinpeter of Los Angeles, California, who came with Mr. und Mrs. Haveriy will spend another week here before returning home. The J. L. Haverlys and Alt" Studers stopped at Garner that evening and visited at the Lew Schluea- ner home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Woodwick gave u birthday party for Mr. Woodwick's father last Sunday at the Henry Woodwiek home. He wan 73 years old. Most of those attending were relatives and u few neighbors. Super SHELL GASOLINE Golden SHELL Motor OIL HIGHWAYS ARE HAPPY WAYS WITH SHELL liny from your own neighbors and have th" sati.-t'action as well of knowing the iority of this mileage gasoline that your motor free of mam ailment e.Xcellei tipci'- keeps use an oil which cannot at any price. STATIONS AT Burt—Geo. J. Crawford, Mgr. Bancroft—Joe Menke, Mgr. Sexton -Fred Neahring, Mgr. Lakota—Fred Brand, Mgr. Algona—Phillips & McGregor St. A Home Owned and Operated Concern KOSSUTH OIL CO. Beringer & Clapsaddle Phone 695

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