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The Algona Upper Pes Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 26,1938 Lone Rock Vicinity News Items Harvey Higleys, Fairmont were Sunday guests at A. H. Hannas. Sandra Lampe, Bancroft, epsnt Kuecki Ia8t We6k at Henry i. T » he « vlcJtor Rogers /am "y «p«nt last Monday evening at Fred Haack's. Mrs. Virgil Schroeder, of Burt, called at A. A. Krueger's Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Madden, Spokane, Wash., spent last week at R. F. Hawcott's. The M. O. Richards family attended a county Masonic picnic at Algona Sunday. Edmond Walsh left Sunday for Early, where he is making an extended visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Arend Neeland •were Sunday dinner guesta at Or- vllle Bufflngton'g, Woden. Arllne Godden, Burt, spent from last week Wednesday till Sunday with Mary Ann and Maxlne Flalg. The Eugene Hoflus family, Ottosen, were Saturday evening callers In town. They formerly lived here. Doctor Melhus, a nephew, and Harley Shellito, all of Ames, were Sunday dinner guests at N. L. Cotton's. Marian Jensen returned last week Tuesday from Muscatlne, where she had spent a few weeks with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Krueger returned last week Wednesday from Rochester, where Mr. Krueger received medical attention. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Nelson, of Britt, and the Maynard Kuectos, Whittemore, were Sunday dinner guests at William Nelson's. Oven Flour EXCLUSIVE AT THIS STORE MADE BY OMAR Nelson & Lensing GROCERY Phone 290-291 GOING AWAY? Then you will want a "Travelers" personal accident ticket—25c per day—10 days $2.00. Be sure you are equipped with our Motor Road Service—Automobile insurance with our Agency includes carefree motoring. Enjoy your trip and drive with safety and protection. Full Ma]i service and tourists' guide for the asking. The Algona Insurance Agency Phone 55 C. R. LaBarrc The Water's Swell at the Pool And Season Ticket PRICES HAVE BEEN CUT ADULT TICKETS NOW $1 Cft (were $3.00) *' JU 10 to 15 YEARS OLD NOW $1 flfl (were $2.00) *' UU UNDER 10 YEARS NOW CA,, (were $1.00) * IUL The water is in excellent condition, the best share of the swimming season is left. Buy a ticket now for insurance against August heat. Are You Still Pioneering ? Any Winter Night! AND U it C-O-L-D! SATCHDAY \UiIITI No H under tli, "hut urduy uJght" tm(h bt-t'ttiiie « ru«I uni. IVtiu uunt« to lake more limn one bulb a week under tliet* fel NDAV MOUN1NO! Hvre ti the real rca«uu fur ftie pupu'urlty of brurda and mu»taches In llie day* bifore Uuiiulug \Vutcrl Hut natvr •UUD cblllv In a bailo. What Convenience and Comfort With a Modern Bathroom! U'ticn you corue In hot. peraplrtny and tired from work, that tub will look at good to you n» It duvi to mother! JuM tltluk of »bavlar wltb hot Kunnlug Water ut that ha«ln. The nuultary toilet tuay »uve It* coat the flrvt year* In durtur*' aud lui-tlkliie bllli, A mudvru buturoooi U not • luvury-—U'B • present day uecv*»lly. Modern Plumbing Fixtures Lighten Household Tasks Modern plumbing ciiulpnteut uiukea hou«eivork easier; for tuU r*A- • on ttluna, to tajr notblnc of Its beauty aud style appeal, the Installation of nut* fixtures fa the kitchen and bathroom in Justified, tlaudsora* new plumbing fixtures buvu no dlrt-i'itU'hlns; coruerv. Modern slnki ure scleutlfli-allx pbinned for efficiency. Cabinet model •Inks provide ua abundance of storuya space at thu point wbere it 1« most needed. t'ullks the tub on legs, the built-in tub which fits snugly on tbo fluor unU uuuliut the ivall offers no t-luaiiliitf problriu. Furthermore, tm- pruveiueuiii In viiauiclliitf hu\e glti'ii the inud*'ru tuh u hurd, lustrous surface, highly resUtunt to abra»^ou and cunit'r tu th-uu. Faut'uts, showerhi'udft, vsciitchcuns, and buthrixnu acceskorlvs are I>lutrd u Ith I'hroiiilum. prvt'iuliii'iilly the nu-tul «>f a liibor-buvlug ugc. No tlri'Bume rubbing to tlcuu; ju»l an ui't'ukltinul uiping \\ltli a cloth. Itt'ttt-r latiiiorh-s auU clobcttt ure wude uf vllrcutu chlim. us cany to clcun u* A chluu plate. Kxpufccd pli>iiia* In the liathri«)>ii und kUdn-ii IIUN bfcn rcduri-d to U*v uilnltuum und u*» much <>f tills u'l'Ing u» ;tuh»il>lc U L>luted lu thu u'ull ubvrv U o/lt-rs uo ilfUnJuy i>n>bh-iu. Modern laundry tubs, uoii-noruuii and nou-ulj*.;>rbt'ut, provide cheer uud cuuveuleuce for vvunhdio •• LET YOUR OWN HOME DEALER TELL YOU HOW —li> u>« tlm t.ll.A. Time I'ii,\nu-ul 1'luii lu fiaui.,,- the cmuiilfte equivalent uf U water n»lfui, tiiv iu»t illailuu uf u itluiublti^ 1,1 litutlug •>'»tuui. uti burner, ittuker, etc. fOtM>Kl» IN 1VUO iu \Vbole»ule l>UtrlbulurM uf KOllI.tll I'l.l 'MIIIM. 1IMIKKS WKU'-McLAIN UO1I.KKS « Ji.VDlA 1 Dill \\.IVNI-: DU. U1UM-:U» Jt. J. MUKI.I.KH WAB.VI .1111 Kl'US.i('l>> MVEItM rtJIl'S ii \V.\TMt UVsl'tM Call at Our Showroom tu Make Your S Mrs. Angus Cotton, of Chicago with her children Julianna and Angus, arrived Saturday morning for a visit at N. L. Cotton's. Mrs. Calvin Householder, her children, Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt, and the latter'a son Donald spent Friday at C. E. Sfgabee's, Burt. The Lloyd Hutchisons, accompanied by Mrs. A. J. Meyer and her daughter Grace, spent Sunday at Oscar Volght's, Alden, Minn. Mrs. Gertrude Schenck, Arcadia, Calif., spent last week Monday and Tuesday at James Wadsworth'a. Mrs. Wadsworth attended a picnic at the Chester Sills, Galbralth, last week Tuesday. Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, daughters Doris Mae, Mrs. Chester Aline, daughter Shirley, and Berorly Jean Sones spent last week Thursday and Friday with the John Jones family, Sutherland. Mrs. H. A. nianchard and her daughter Patricia spent last week Thursday-afternoon at Ralph Rel- del's, Fenton. Mrs. Reldel and her daughter Charlotte returned here and were supper guests at Blanchard's. Mr. and Mra. W. J. Cotton spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Dyson, Elk River, Minn., then to Minneapolis to attend an international baby chick show till Thursday. The son John Morgan Is ut H. E. Morgan's, Algona. The Rudolph Peter family attended a dinner at the Mrs. C. \V Peter home, Algona, Sunday in honor of the Rev. and Mrs. E. F Peter, Breckenrtdge, Okla. Gertrude Peter, Algona, Is spending this week at Richard's. News Items of Wesley Vicinity Fairview-Corwith A threshing meeting was held at E. J. Wlden's Thursday July 14. evening, S. P. Stark spent a few days last week at Sioux City on a business mission. Mrs. Gail Skelley has returned From Mercy hospital at Mason City, following a major operation. I>eslle Dawson has returned from Rochester, after having received treatment In the Mayo clinic. Stanley Greiner Is back at work at the Corwith Implement shop, after a two week.* vacation in California. Mr. and Mrs. John Fox, .Revery, Minn., spent last week-end at the John Heise and Robert Molden- liauer homes. A group of Catholic girls, under the supervision of their leader, (Catherine Kelcli, left Sunday for a week at a cottage at Clear Lake. Lester Oxley, who was called here last week by the death of his father, Charles Oxley. has return- , . ed to his home at Syracuse, New York. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Merriam and the son Roland drove to Montlcello last Saturday to visit the daughter, Mrs. Dick Long. They returned Sunday. Mrs. C. C. Johnson, and her daughter, Mr«. R. L. Hauswlrth, attended the funeral of a relative, Boy Suffers Arm Frsetnre— Billy Studer, 7 years old, fell out ot an apple tree Friday at the Geo. Ward home and suffered a cracked bone in his right arm near the wrist. He Is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Studer. Picnic «t Clear I«ke— The R. C. Bauer and the J. P. fhlenhake families joined the Gus Brandt family of Clear Lake for a picnic at Clear Lake Sunday. Mother nnd New Babe Home- Mrs. Lael Root and Infant daughter Ellen Margaret came home 'rom the Kcssuth hospital, Algona, today (Tuesday). The Julius Kunz family attend- 'd a family reunion nt Manchester Sunday. Sterling Lease had a week's vacation at the William Walker home lear Corwith. The Glen Francis family. Corwith. visited Sunday with Mrs. ''rancis's sister Margaret Schroeder. The J. L. Meurer family joined he N. J. Meurer family of Plover for a picnic near Emnietshurg Sunday. Mr. and Mr?. Roy Kleinpeter Diane and David visited at the Dr. and Mrs. Frank Bonnstetter home at Belmond Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley visited Sunday evening at the home of the letter's sister, Mrs. A. E. Rasmussen. Forest City. Normagine Honedek. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Honedek of Garner, visited last week at the Tom Forburger home. Corrine Dutton came Saturday night and visited until Sunday night with her mother who keeps house for Dr. Adams. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Loebig. of Algona. were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hansen. Mr. and Mrs. George Hauptrmui. Charles City, visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Goeotz Sunday. Stella Lloyd returned with them for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Kavlin nnd two children went to Hamilton Sunday nnd were dinner guests at the home of Mr. Rnvlin's parents, .Mr. and Mrs. L. E. R,iv;in. Sunday dinner guests at the f'has. Km us home were Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kraus, of Manly, nnd their two daughters, Mrs. R. C. Topel, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Dr. Tweet and three children, Corrine. and twin boys Pat and Mike, of Manly. Glen Giddings left for his home at Greenecastle, Ind.. Saturday morning, taking Wayne Swinton to his home in Galesburg. 111. The latter will return with his car to take Mrs. Swinton and three children home later, as their baby took sick Saturday and they could not leave. News Items ofFenton Vicinity Betty Kelson, Rlngsted, visited Wednesday at the Albln Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Struecker were Sunday dinner guests ot the Earl Murray home, Buffalo Cen- r. Ruth Mae Kyhl. who spent two weeks with her sister Ella, Mar-oil City, returned home Sun Jay evcn- 'ne. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eigler nnd daughter Sharon were Sunday dinner guests at the Everett Dre.v- er home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank ElRler and daughter Mary Jane visited rela- Paul Miller, ot Clear Lake, week Thursday. last Peter Brucr, C. C. Wlltsc, and Betty and Sidney Kienltz were Ai- fiona business visitors early la.st week. NEW DEVOE 2-COAT SYSTEM lives of Mr. Eipler at Jefferson lunday to Monday. Mr. und Mrs. John Micklick, of Thor, are visiting at the Emit Jleckwenn home, and Mr. Micklick s helping with (he harvest. Mr. and Mrs. John Arbogast and ilrs. Elizabeth Dempsey and Chus. Glaus Jr., visited at the Charles narnhard's, Gracttinger, Sunday evening. Robert and Delond Votteler spent from Saturday to Sunday fishing at Fairmont and were guests of their aunt, Mrs. Joseph Lanstlener. Mary Lou Hantelman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hantelman, Seneca, Is spending this week with her grandmother, Mrs. Katie Hantelman. Mr. and Mrs. Albln Nelson entertained at supper Sunday evening Mr. and .Mrs. Joe Madden and daughter Joan, and Mrs. Ida Kohl. Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Ida Kohl, Cedar Rapids, came lust week Thursday to spend the remainder of the summer with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madden. Mrs. William Donahue tmd dauchter Miixinc left last week Wednesday for a week's visit with Mrs. Donahue's father, Anthony Domek, near EminetAburg Mrs. Fred Powell, Mrs. Henry We«ener, Mrs. Anna Nelson, anil Mrs. Laura Woito, all of Algoiu, were entertained ut Mrs. Honry Helmerna on Tuesday afternoon. Mr.-. Joseph Madden and daughter Joan. Lucille Struecker, and Mrs. Oliver Stoeber attended a meeting of the Haifa Aid at the dome of Mrs. Leonard Madden last week. The Rev. and Mrs. E. Fiene, Teacher and Mrs. William Sciiiaiel, Hugo Faulstlrh, and Noah P.eliner were a committee to attend a cen- Mr. and Mrs. Bert Baumgartner, of McCallsburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson, Rlngsted, were entertained at the John ArbogaM home Sunday. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith, Lcd- yard. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kleckor, of Algona were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Airs. George Vaeer. Sunday evening the Kieckers. the Yagers, and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wecener and family visited Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Bailey, Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. IJohn and daughter Mary Ann were entertained at the G. D. Johnson home Sunday. Evening dinner guests were Mrs. E. K. Johnson and children. Marjorle, Eunice, and Kenneth, and Doris and Donna Dehnert. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nemitz. of Canny, Minn., and their son Walter Nemitz, Minneapolis, visited last week with the former's brother nnd sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Pnul Nemitz, and with Mrs. Ncm- itz's relatives, the George Mlcnkes and R. A. Laabs. C. Bailey, Marshall, Minn., Meinzer, Fort Dodge, visited Sunday at the A. H. Meinzer home. Mrs. Bertha Duckmanton, Ellsworth, came Saturday for ,1 visit nt the home of her daughter, MM. F. L. Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick spent the week-end nt the home of t'.ieir daughter, Mrs. Kenneth May. at Emmetsburg. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. L. Vlnaa* accompanied Mr. and Mrs. William Dehnert, Algona, to Pilot Knob Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Lattimer an.l daughter Helen and Ella Cnrlon, Han- croft, were Monday tinnor guests at Mrs. Lillian Sheldon's. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Graf and Mr. and Mrs. William Reeman, Lewisvillp. Minn., visited Sunday it the O. W. nieich home. Mr. and Mrs. G rover Fnlrlxinks. Milwaukee. Wis., visited from Thursday to Sunday with Grover's >arents, Mr. and Airs. G. I". Falr- xuiks. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lovstnd and i friend, all of Kensington. Minn., spent the week-end at the Kin Woltz home and with other Hurt •elatlves. Miss Helen Meinzer, who had been visiting here, went home with hem. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Bnell vere also supper cuests at the Meinzer home. Mrs. E. M. Tonthman and daugll- er Evelyn spent the week-end at the home of Mrs. Toothman's brother, William Anderson, at Sioux Falls, S. D. Mrs. Isnbel Murray, Lone Ro:k, and her son Ben, Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. John Householder, Oel- weln, spent Sunday evening at Mrs. Margaret Murray's. Must This Go On Year After Year? In • null mnntrr fcinn* tint t »omin who hutTt th* tint* lo enjor If. Errrr drop of wtttr <ht frallr MM mntt ke carrird Item t pomp half tra? bUwtm In* hoair end th« tarn. Water for drinMnt. cmktn*. »«>tilnt. •ernhdln*. fcnthlnc and lanndcrlnt — BMTT fcaeketrala Wrrd br ttw fU*. dar after dar. rrar after rear. It li kack-nmkfnf dradrerr—and •*» matt do the Joh. In tin ramater time >he trariirn under a Marching ran— lifting and ptnplrinc. The thin Mutt of winter are eren worae. Svmttlnm the pomp If frnien. and that meant hot water to thaw It out—ettra time ipent out of donn In danrerom weather. She dread! the pomlMlltr of eslda — her children need her Ml The nnfalrnrm of It «tl It wearing Sown her nerre*—drlrln* her to thr breaking point. She getn nn Irlnnre at all. E»err hour of her time l« nued In doing her work the hardest war: THERE IS A WAY OUT f.ef m tell TOO how (a handle the financing of Complete Rqnlpment for a Farm Water SyMem: Drilling of a Well: construction of the Well Pit- the Pomp he It a Hand Pump, a Windmill with a Jack, or an Elrrtrlcallr Operated Pomp- the !>«•**. •arr Water Supply Piping: and KOni.ER PMWIItNG FIXTURES for the Rath room: or the Installation of Heating System*. Oil Rnrntrii, Rtokern etc nnder the F.II.A. TIME PAYMENT PLAN. K»«j Down Paymenl.-One to Three Veart to Par. Laing & Muckey Phnnp 4.T4 •*-_ r^-jt^ r*. No. Dodge St. IRVINGTON NEWS K. c. Bailey, Marshall, Minn., DOS MoliiM vUl ,V i and her son Donald visited Fenton W e dnelda, ilSt t'tll'l t t I'Aa Qnttlt-rloi- m>nH 1 *. ., TT1.. n ^ ^ ' Ctt830B3Ctt<Btt0 Harold Colwell has been suffering from ivy poisoning. Mrs. John Hammer has been bedfast n week with asthma. Some of the roads in thl.s vicinity have been undergoing Improvement. E. H. Thomas, now of Han Ion- town, spent Sunday with his family here. Rome Itoblson has been having 1 medical attention fo r an Inaction In one arm. Jus. Metllle has been confined to bed for several days with a serious case of intestinal flu. Phyllis Maxwell spent several days last week with an aunt, Mrs Russell Maxwell, Algonn. The Henry Scheppmaiis drove to West Bend Sunday to help his sister Mrs. Lewis Schaffer, celebrate a birthday. Mr^and Mrs. M. U Roney, Ken- were week . . . neth Roney, nnd A. McLean tennial meeting Sunday. at West Bend GIVES YOU A PAINT JOB 5 SHADES WHITER • Makes your paint money go twice us far — outlasts other paints 2 to 1. • Gives you a whiter job — or one with truer tints. Makea your home stand out. • Stays clean, fresh and bright years after other paints streak. • Saves one whole coat on new wood — 2 coats do a better job than 3 have ever done before. • Resists four great paint evils: checking, cracking, peel- iug, fading. If you want your home to stand out . . . beautiful brilliant whitu . . . put on Devoe's '.i-Coat System. Modern science bus made this new paint more durable than any other you've ever uaed. The first coat is an undercoat — it seals surfaces, clings fust The top-coat contains IV.c mure biding uniu resists weatUer and wear. Come in Ijet us prove tins new paint will save you money and givts you a better lob. Kmpluy a reputable painter, Ui'iJ our Budget Plan. Botsford Lumber Company Flioiie <Iini Pool relatives Saturday evening. Fred Bailey Jr., who has spent two weeks at the Tom Ford home near Whittemore, accompanied his father home, and Donald remained to visit Fenton relatives. Mr. and Mr*. R, C. Retimer and son Loren concluded a week's visit last Thursday at the parental August Meyer home. They were accompanied us far us Hampton by Mrs. Lena Pompe, who will visit indefinitely with her nous Carl and William and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Newel and son Franklin, Hartley, and Mr. and Mrs. Cliai-le.s Newel and daughter Lavonne were Sunday evening dinner guests at the E. J. Frank home. Lavonne Newel and Phyllis Frank accompanied the Leroy Newels home for n week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Morse and children returned to their home at Des Moines last week Monday after a few days visit with Mrs. Morse's brother-in-law and Mister, Dr. und Mrs. E. W. Huske, and her mother Mrs. J. L. Olson, Spencer, who is u visitor in the Huske home. Mrs. C. G. Humphrey and children Ruth Ellen and SidK'y .spent from laJU week Wednesday and Thursday with Mrs. Humphrey's parents. Mr. and Mrs. (!. M. Miller, Ringsted. On Sunday Mr. and Mra. Humphrey and children visited at tlie George Roob home ut Eatherville. West Bend News Margaret and Lavonne White, of Detroit, are visitors at their aunt. Mrs. Axel Hanson's. Their mother and Mrs. Hansrii a ,- e .sinters. I. K. 1'auley Is their grandfather, their mother oi-iiig the former Mildred 1'auley. William While i.s improving nt lii> homo lu-re from the fall «uf- u i i'd while he \\as .-hiimlm^ ;hr house ut the Mrs. Prank Foley farm. A gu.-h in tlie head required I- stitche^ to clo^e, aud he also had three ribs broken. He suffered much pain for some time, hut is now feeling better daily. A family reunion wus held (it Mr. and Mrs. William HileyVs Sunday. Tlie children and grandchil- the dren spent the day then-: daughter Ida. who is at IMIUL'; tlie son Char)e.s. Livermore. and his wife: the yrauddauyhter, Mrs. Hurdftte Frederick, Swak'dalc; and llie grands-oil. La Vaughn Hiley. of the navy, who was on furlough. LaVuunn left Monday for N'oilolk. Va., to attend a -M.'ern- nieiit school. Ollii'i., at ilu- HiU'.v home Sunday u-n- Mr. und Mr-. Frank Collins, the latter a nie-e. A family diuuvr wa.- eaten at noon, and n; the Mii-riiron pirtu.v-; '-'. civ Mr. and Mrs. William Keliy were Ma.->on City visitors Sunday. June Adele Ki.scheid is spending a few v/eeUs with her cousin, MJJ'.V Darline Connors, Des Moines. Mary Corrine Fleming let! S;i'- urday for Clear Lake, where slii! will spend a week with friends. Burt News Maybeliue Miller had her tonsils removed Monday morning. Frank Zt-ii. JA/.s MOIIKT-. called Sunday at tlie K. J. Smith home. The Peter Hayengus, of Fenton, visited at the Aaron Taylor home Sunday. Vera Chipmaii. Ma.sou City, ipc-nt the week-end with her father, E. O. Chlpmau. Mrs. May lUcdur, Sireater. III., came Monday for a visit with her aunt. Mrs. Delia Carroll. Ralph Jain, Klk .Mound. Wis., and a friend came Thursday to work in the haricfi elilds. The R. E. Kautzkys and Anna The Rev. A. English used as his .est Sunday, "I say unto you. that likewise Joy shall be in heaven over one sinner that repenteth " H, W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load InMired against los.« or damage. Equipped to do *U klnda of dra.vlng and hau!ln« 32-tf Weak Fences Can Cause A Lot of Trouble at This Season A weak fence can cost any fanner a lot of valuable time and plenty of crop damage most any day now for the next two or three months. Ft, would he a lot cheaper and safer to take a walk NOW along any fence line about which you have any doubt and fix any weak spots BEFORE they become breaks If you haven't enough posts or wire to make repairs or build any NEW fences you need, get the materials from our new stock. We have everything you may need for any fence job including- both wood and steel posts. F. S. Norton & Son Phone 22!) a, la. Algona U. D. M. Wants Ads Bring Quick Results Hello Centra], Hello Tlieniiinageroftlie wlmle s ;il<- house telephoned IP,asking if I could dose out IDO pairs of men's oxfords at half of reo-ula,. J( ,.j r( ._ \,j y ;U1S , V( ,,. vv;(s y( , s j know f J((1 line and know they are o. M)( l *:!.(>() oxfurds. I also know the way to dispose of them quickly is to make a ridicu- lousl low price. J am offerino thl-i,,, anv i.air, anv si/,... at $1.47. They are g< wholesale house, Black ami white od honest slioes, new right from the in so]j,i ea.-cs, ; ,n s j x ,. s j-,.,,,,, ,; 1() jj tan and white and all white. You L>C) >lylc, summer comfort an half of t he regular price. lots of wear and at le.-> tl Your choice df (hilt is a factors' dox -I-"*" pairs at $1.47. "lit and a real bai Jimmie Nevill ALCOXA. IO\VA • !• mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm •mmmmmmmmmmmm.mmmmmmmm* Whittemore News 2-COAT SYSTEM AuivU.i AH 1 .; i, ha\iu- In-]' :un I lulu llu; 11. \V. IJvc-luii ijiii, Hoik-, llie IlUli Km die I'lJl'UllOUIUH. . .. aud Friday ut llie home of her --oil I \Villiaui at Al;;uua. .Mr uud Mi.-. Kay W. Oliu.-r und Depend on the Elk to keep your clothes ready for wear. .-c our cleaning and repairing service.^ regularly and nni ,-au keep apparel as immaculate looking ;is w hrii 1M .\ V . hi addition, tue extra wear received will make it an ecoiiomv ELK CLEANERS l>ll " lu ' :!:;o NOUMAN A: I'KlilJV \\\- Z.jm*ummmmmmmmmmmmmi

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