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NorthEast Kossuth News The Algona Opptr pea Holma Algona, Iowa. Sent. 6,1938 METHODIST LADIES . AID OF LAKOTA SEECTSOFFICERS Lakota: Mrs. Otto Koppen was hostess to the Methodist Aid at the church last week Wednesday. Elec. i tlon of officers resulted in the re-1 election of all officers as follows: president, Mrs. J. H. Warburton- vice president, Mrs. Delia Smith : secretary. Mrs. Harry Moe; assistant secretary, Mrs. 1 Alton Anderson end treasurer, Mrs. Earl Grabnj- flower committee Mrs. Delia Smith •' visiting: committee, Mesdames Carl Hammer, George Altlzer and Will Klenltz; social committee, Mesdames Samuel Warburton, Otto Koppen and C. Oellenfeldt; program committee, Mesdame's Earl Grabau and Guy Beemer. The next meeting will be a covered dish luncheon with Mrs. Sarah Patterson as hostess. The Rev. Carl Hammer attended a church picnic supper at Ledyard on Thursday afternono. The Arthur Melchards of Spring Valley. Minn., were visitors at the Earl Grabaus last week. Mr. and Mrs. Williams spent last week and this at Okobojl with the tatter's sister and husband of Sioux Center. Sixteen members of the commercial club enjoyed a chicken dinner at the Methodist church, Thursday evening. Mr*. Erman Hansen has been confined to her bed for several days suffering with pleurisy and com-' plications. Eugene Sullivan of Chicago, who Mission Festival Held at Titonka Titonka: Sunday, Sept. 4, St John's Good Hope Lutheran congregation celebrated the annual mls- 1 V '' There Wfls a at ten In the morning, with . Janzig of Monona, Iowa, In of the German service and John Pannkuk of Hopkin- the English. John Pann- M^V.u boy wno has entered Jj w Utheran mlnistr y, being the son «f Boyd Tt ,« - u. it was his first appearance here at a mission/ service. At twelve o'clock there wag an Intermission for dinner. Ladies of the congregation served dinner to all friends and guests of the church 6 the At has spent most of the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Wade Ball, left for borne early last week. Mrs, Pearl Dunn of Blsmark, N D., spent last week visiting with Mrs. Ida Smith and the Ray Smiths Mrs. Dunn is a sister of the late C R. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Koppen and Orville. Katherine Becker and Mrs Edward Hagge and little daughter were business visitors at Mason City last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetland attended the county farm bureau board meeting at the E. C. Weisbrod home in Fenton last week Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jacobson, Minneapolis, spent last week visiting his brother, Edward Jacobson, north of town and other relatives here and at Burt. Clarence Edwards. Mildred May and Laverne. drove to Goldfleld last week Sunday to attend a reunion of the Edwards family and 78 attended, several coming from other states. The I. E. Wortmang drove to Webster City last week, taking home little Alfred and Paul Ewing, nephews of Mrs. Wortman. who have spent the summer with the Wortmans. Their mother, Ruth Ewlng's health is improved. ,u . two-thirty the communicants re-- sembled for an English service by the Rev. Scharfe of Mapleton. Minn. The Rev. E. O. Kuriz of Gaylord, Minn., had charge of an English service at 8 In the evening. At all services special music was furnished by the church choir. Offerings were taken during the day, the mon' ey being turned over to missions supported by the church. The services Sunday were the first ones of a mission nature since the installation of the new pastor the Rev. Martin Shultz, In June. 27 Give Musical Recital at Titonka Titonka: Believing that "Service is the rent you pay, for the space you occupy," Mrs. Wilhelmine Schnucker presented her music pupils at the sixth annual recital Friday evening, In the Reformed church. Mrs. Schnucker, wife of the Re LEDYARD LADIES SHOWER BRIDE Ledyard: On Tuesday evening about 15 ladies gathered In the church basement for a post nuptial shower honoring Mrs. Harold Herzog. Games anud contests furnished entertainment after which Mrs. Herzog was presented with many lovely and useful gifts. Lunch was served at a late hour. Ledyard Aid Picnics On Thursday evening the Ladies Aid held a picnic for their friends and families In the church basement. About 20 attended. The next Aid meeting will be Sept. 15th in the church basement with Mr*. Joe Mayne as hostess. , Calvin Schnucker, is an pllshed musician and spends tw days each week giving music let sons. Her charges arc so nomina that many children are enabled t have expert teaching, where other wise they might have none. Mrs. Schnucker conceives this n a service she owes the community In the past six years some unusui talent has been discovered amon the pupils. At the recital Frida evening 27 pupils took part. Five o them were boys and nine were be glnners this summer. There wer 125 guests at the recital. Ledyard Youngster Back From Hospital Ledyard: Edward Lloyd, who has been in the Childrcns hospital nt Iowa City for the past month or six Titonka Pupils Go Away to Schoo Titonka: Local students who wll attend college this fall are: Max ine Peterson, Harriet Schram, Bet ty Budlong, Dorothy Budlong, Ir ene Schmidt and Ruth Welhousen who will go to Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls; Arthur Boy ten. Clarke Miller, Wilbur Schram Douglas Patterson and Doroth; 'eterson to Iowa State College a Ames; Watson Hamstreet and Mar garet Callies, State University, a Iowa City; Dorothy Gartner, Morn ingslde College. Sioux City; Steph ens Junior College, Columbia, Mo. Jean French; and John Tapper wll attend Central College at Pella Iowa. Hosts at Titonka Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. En Blakley entertained her sister am: - . — husband. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fry weeks for traetment for alame leu, I nml her cousin. Mr. and Mrs. John returned home last Monday. He will return to Iowa City in about six weeks for treatment for n lame leg. whether another operation is necessary or not Kudos and family, all of Decatur, III., from Thursday until Sunday. Saturday the Blakleys took their Kiit-sts to West Bend to visit the grotto. USED CARS '35 Oldsmobile Sedan '35 Chevrolet Sedan '31 Plymouth Coupe '32 Plymouth Coupe '31 Ford roadster '32 Ford Tudor WASHING — GREASING WILLARD BATTERY SERVICE Veedol Quaker State Enarco Oils Tydol Gas Hoenk Motor Service West of Court House Phone 391 II L Iluenk Son Born to Miller* Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller are the parents of an 11 pound son born Wednesday, August 31. There was a threshers party ct the Richard Zlelske home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden and Harvey attended a lecture in Fairmont on Friday evening. Frank Lewis and Lawrence attended the state fair at Des Moines several days this past week. Quinn Albright of Des Moines visited Thursday evening at the home of his brother, Harold. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and Duane went to Sioux City on Saturday to visit over Sunday and Labor Day with their son, Kenneth and Milton and Milton's family. Ella Claussen who has been stay- Ing with her sister, Mrs. Alfred Krammersmeler, this summer, left Friday to spend a day or two at the state fair and then go on to Melbourne where she teaches. SUSIE— by Edith Swansou MAMA SAYS IF YOU BOKT THE NEIGHBORS GARDEH& AUftte SHt'u. HftVE TOCtT -" Exclusively each week In The Algona Upper Des Moines Ledyard Folks Visit With Hospital Patient Ledyard: Mrs. Jack Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Krebsbach accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lynch of Lone Rock and Mrs. Tom Lynch of Fairmont to Rochester last Sunday to see T. Lynch, who is in the hospital there. He has had one operation and a second one is necessary. He Is getting along as well as can be expected. Visits Grandmother Tltonka: Maurice Milwaukee, Wis., Is Reynolds of visiting his grandmother, Marian Reynolds and his uncle, Frank Reynolds, for a couple of weeks. Wednesday morning they all drove to Mason City to visit his cousin, Mrs. Roy Fellows. Black Hills Trip Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Krantz and children, Harold. Fern, Doris and Marian. Mr. and MM. H. A. French, Russell and Jean returned Wednesday evening from a vacation trip of one week which took them through the Black Hills, the Bad Lands and to see Mount Ftushmore. BUFFALO CONS. SCHOOL OPENED Titonka: The 1938-39 school year of the Buffalo consolidated school opened Monday morning, Sept. 5. During the summer the school building has been completely renovated and needed repairs made. There will be one teacher less this year than last, a consolidation in the grades being made. Superintendent C. A. Hoon has spent the summer at Iowa City attending school, taking extra work and even the bus drivers have made special preparation for school's opening, the buses being newly painted a very bright yellow. The faculty includes: Supt C. A. Hoon; principal, T. A. Dunmlrn: Loren Roshelm, Roland, Iowa, music; Dorothy Brooks, Knoxvllle, Iowa, science; Stella Peterson, Ringsted, home economics; Betty Holdcroft, Williams, English; grade teachers, Anna B. Ladd. New Sharon. Dorothy Weaver of Movllle, Ella Jensen of Fenton, Ardls Voigt of Fenton, Clar- Ine Johnson of Radcllffe and Treva Jane Carmlchael of Hawkeye. Lakota Missionary Society Convenes Lakota: Mesdames Jerry Ukena and John Heetland were hostesses to the Presbyterian Missionary society at the home of Mrs. Ukena, Thursday with a large crowd present. Emma Gutknecht had charge of devotions, Mrs. Cyrus Renshaw reviewed a chapter of the lesson book and Mrs. William Schroeder had charge of the music. Lakota: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Warburton and James Warburton left early last week Wednesday morning for Plattville, 111., after receiving a message that their cousin. Harry Warburton, had passed away at the St. Charles hospital in Aurora, 111., following a major operation. Harry had been in the hospital about a month and was thought to he recovering. He will be remembered here by some of the older people as he has visited here several. MAVt "TO THINK UP SO MAMA MONT, ,«er RIO OP YOU/ i KNOW. HMCLt Soar ASK THfe- TO e*r KID <» Mar jorie Johnson, Fenton, Honored at Shower Wednesday Fenton: Marjorle Johnson was honored at a handkerchief shower Wednesday evening. August 31, when Mary Ann Bonn and Dorothy Airhart entertained a group of girls at a bunco party at the Bohn home. Three tables were in play and Lucille Meyer won the high score prize and Marjorle Johnson, the consolation. Other guests were Irene Bleckwenn, Marjorle Voigt, Faith Flnnestad, Lavaun Prlebe, Marian Flnnestad, Edith Wolfe, and Helen Kern. Lunch was served by the hostesses. Marjorle left Sunday for Cedar Falls where she will enter the State Teachers College. Des Moines Trip Titonka: Dr. and Mrs. H. I. Torg- rsen drove to Des Moines Saturday and visited over the week end vith his brothers, Ralph and Ed- vnrd and with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Torgersen who came rom Goshen. Ind., for a brief visit vith their children. Betty Ann's Birthday Titonka: Betty Ann, two year lo<l laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller entertained at a birthday arty Saturday afternoon the guests jeing Doris, Jean and Joan Hagen, tyrna Rae Cooper, Loren Hansen, fancy and David Adamson and Coleen Rlppentrop. Titonka Item Titonka: Mr. and Mrs. Kdw. A jaathoff visited Wednesday with er parents, the M. O. Amundsens t Iowa Falls. The Amundsens have een transferred to Manly and will emain there until January when hey will go south for the remain- er of the winter. Zinnia 14 In. Tall Titonka: A zinnia, measuring It inches in circumference was grown by Mrs. Burton Yale and shown here Friday morning. The blossom was a deep magenta. Mrs. Yale makes a specialty of annual flowers and her garden at this time is a flaming riot of color. Stung by a Bee Titonka: Wilbur Schram received a painful injury Thursday morning when he was stung on the edge of his right eyelid by n bumble bee. Other than being painful the injury didn't bother him at first but in a short time his face and eyes were so swollen that it was necessary to take him to the doctor. He wns putting up hay when stung. Business ' Kind regards to the Hi-Bred Corn people. Their building, their systemized work in the fields and the crowd they had Friday all prove beyond any question that they are business man ur.d know their business. Only straight forward business can accomplish things. They will be e. big help in bringing peopls to Algona. We did nearly three times as much business on Friday their open house day. as we did on Century of Progress Day. The corn people had a regular celebration with no joker attached to it. I hope they have the success they so richly merit. If a few more institutions like that come to Al^ona we will be going places. Jimmie Neville TO WHO.M IT .MAY CON'CERN' I have this 25th day of August, 1938, received from the Unite:! Counties Benevolent Association of Algona. Iowa, the sum of Five Hundred and Twenty-Eight Dollars ard Sixty-One Cents in contributions received by that organization from its members in memory of our mother Anna M. Lichter. Our mother hac paid nine dollars in death contributions while she was a member of this organization. 36* DR. M. I. LICHTER. West Bend Woman Back Home After Serious Operation West Bend: Mrs. Jeanne Simmom arrived home Saturday evening, from Rochester, Minn., where she has been in the hospital for the past month. She underwent an operation for gallstones. She will return to Rochester in a month for n cheek up. Leave for California Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Solberg nnd Mrs. Solberg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Norby of Wllmar. Minn., left last week for a visit with relatives in California and Washington. Vacations In Fenton Verna Jenswold of Des Moines spent her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Jenswold near Depew and her sister, Mrs. Walter Fisher and family, Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Klyner of Minneapolis and Mr. and Mrs. August Kyhl of Ringsted visited last week Monday at the Robert Kyhl home. Mrs. Klyner is a sister of Robert Kyhl and August is his brother. The Rev. and Mrs. Deiter and children of Atallssa, Iowa, visited at the Robert Votteler home Thursday. The Deiters had spent two weeks with Mrs. Deiter's mother. Mrs. Dan Hantelman and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Welsbrod celebrated their wedding anniversaries Friday by attending a theatre and dinner party at Estherville. The Schwartzes were married 25 years and the Welsbrods 30 years. Fenton ladies attending guest day at the Seneca Lutheran church were Mrs. E. C. Welsbrod. Mrs. Fred Newel, Mrs. Frank Eigler, Mrs. Carrie Voigt, Mrs. John Newel. Mrs. Pauline Goetsch. Mrs. Derwood Elg- ler, Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Mrs. Clarence Osborn. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Votteler accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler and son, Vincent to Maynard. Iowa, Saturday mornlrg where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Adam Reinhard t. They also plan to visit with friends at Waterloo and will return home this week Tuesday. Mrs. Raymond Relmers and son. Ronnie, came last week Monday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reimers here and with friends at Ringsted. She returned home on Thursday accompanied by her daughter, Mary Mae, who spent a week here with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Christensen and daughter. Joan, and Mrs. Bello Castle and James Christensen. all of Kenoshn. Wis.. returned to their homes Sunday after a week's visit here with Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Mueller. Mrs. Castle is Mrs. Mueller's mother and Mrs. Christensen is her sister. Mr. Gardner and Misses Evelyn Gardner. Elizabeth Whaler and Cary Eida, all of Mason City and June Brown of this place were entertain de at the Robert Kyhl home last week. Ella Kyhl who spent two weeks with her patents, the Robert Kyhls, returned to Mason City with the party. Misses Kuyhl, Gardner and Eida are employed in the Ead- mar Beauty Salon, Mason City. HEIDENMTHSOF WHITTEMORE ARE WED 25 YEARS Whittemore: A number of relatives called at the Art Heidenwith home. Saturday evening, to help Mr. and Mrs. Art Heidenwith celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary and to also help Mrs. Heidenwith celebrate her 50th birthday, which was on the same day. The men. spent the evening playing cards while the ladiej enjoyed themselves by visiting. • Those who attended \\~re: Mr. nr.il Mrs. Lloyd Walker <mcl Roaclla Voigt of Algona, Peter Christiansen and son, James and Edna and El- Mr, and Mrs. Herman Voigt, las week Wednesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Bell and daughters. Betty and Clarice of Blue Earth, Minn., stopped at the Died rich Cordes home here last Thursday after a week's visit with relative and friends at Chicago and Rosell? 111. Swea City School Opens Sept. 5th Swea City: Registration day for the Swea City high school students was held last Saturday. Twenty- four subjects Including a new course, effective citizenship, were offered, prospects are for the usual large enrollment. Members of the staff this year include the following: A. H. Schueler, Swea City, superintendent; Gladys Buerkins, Pella, aine Shultz of LuVerne, Mr and Principal and English; John Roths, Mrs. William Maahs and Elda of Nashua, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer and son, Walter, the Herman Voigt family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, the George Schultz family, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer and Helen, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer and Alvln, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and Gertrude and Mr. and Mrs. William Ostwald all of here. A very delicious lunch was served at the close of the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Heidenwith received many beautiful gifts. Francis Fish of Minneapolis spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. Maude Fish. Mrs. Werner Braatz and Mrs. Curtis Sheidler and son, Robert, were Emmetsburg shoppers, Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. William Maahs and Elda of Nashua, Minn., spent from Wednesday of last week until Monday with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Sheidler and Mardella and Robert spent Thursday evening at the home of Mr. Sheld- ler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sheidler at Manson. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and daughter, Gertude, moved their household goods from their farm Wednesday to town where they erected a new bungalow some time ago. Mrs. Larson and daughters, Beulah and Loretta and Miss Rosella Voigt of Algona were dinner guests at the home of the latter's parents, Redcliffe, mathematics, science, and baseball coach; Helen Monson, Buffalo Center, junior and senior high school home economics and science; Anita Haafke, Bronson, history, Latin and speech; Gerald Niemeyer, Fairmont, music, band, and glee club; Doris Newstrand, Dayton, commercial; Agnes Olson. Bancroft, junior high; Frances Dahl. Swea City, junior high, and Beulah Gladstone, Lone Rock, sixth grade. Arelaide Harang, Lake Mills, fifth grade; Helen Makestad, Iowa Falls, fourth grade; Oma Huff, Armstrong, third grade; Lois Paulin, Klngsley, second grade; Pollock, Rolfe, first grade. Chrlstensen. Swea City is custodian. Misses Haafke and Paulin are the only new members on the faculty. School will start Monday, Sept. 5. Cora Wm. [KEDHOSIEfty? Th«n join our Rollins Hosiery Club The 13th Pair FREE Kresensky's The nearest thing to \«>TI< K TO HIUUKKS 1. Sruleil bids will !><: leifived .. . ilic- Auditor ut Huniboldt County al MM office In lukuta City. Iowa, until 2:00 oYlotk J'. M-. on Srple bcr K'. 193S. for Ihe variuue Items of construction work listed beluw. 1.'. A certified check, drawn upon a solvent Iowa bank. In an amount as net forth in the |>ropo«al form, inude imyuhlo to the County Auditor, shall be filed in each proposal. This check muy be cashed ut:d the proceeds retained by the County as liquidated damage* if the bidder fails In execute a contract and file an approved bond fur tlie faithful per- fiiimum.- thereof, within ten days after the acceptance of l.is bid. 8 1'lans. specification* and pru- pii»al forniM for the work may be seen and may be secured at the office of Ihe County Auditor. i. All pi'iposuls must be filed IIP tin- forms furnished by the County, scaled and plainly marked Proposals conta tiling an\' reservations not provided for in the forms furnished may be rejected, and the County Boards reserve the riKlit to wulve terhnicalities and to reject ary or all bids. ,1. Attention nt bidder* is directed to the j-'pecial Provision* covelinK the iiuullflcatlons of bidders anj sublettintf or assigning of t;,e contract. The proposed Work consist a uf approximately 32.000 cu. yards of excavation and the Installu- tlon of approximately 4i4 feet of 15" concrete entrance pipe. Tl.is work lo be done on the county- line road between Sections 1j 2. 3 and 4. Township 63 North. l:an*rc L'S West, and Sections 33 :•••». 35. and 3i! Township -n North Kar.cv -S West. Tile proposal guaranty ahall noi be le.-s than flv,- I", I per cent of the bid. Auaust -'it. 1S:IS. FtOAI<r>M OK s>I'PEJtVlSOJ{rt HI'MBOl.IiT AND KOSSl'TH cor.vriEs Hv Johnson. Huniboldt County Auditor l!y Kin.icy Kubaul.'i County Auditor. Mrs. J. C. Kongsback and son, Quentin, spent Friday at Humboldt visiting relatives of Mrs. Kongsback. Mrs. Ada Sloan returned from Pes Moines, Thursday evening, after si ending a week at the home of her daughter. Mrs. C. E. Butcher. Mrs. Frank Lockwood and family were Fort Dodge visitors Friday afternoon. Mrs. Phil Dorweiler and son came home with them for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Diddy moved into the house recently vacated by Raymond Ladd and family. Mr. Diddy will be the basketball coach here this year. Mrs. Ralph Sloan and daughter, Eulah. of Cedar Falls, spent the pa=t week in this vicinity, with relatives. 0 °, w . ea mr- ci,nn« A «.MA c> n *.._^ n .. 1 *i ! service Evelyn Butterfield Home After Visit Swea City: Evelyn Butterfield returned last Wednesday from Lake Crystal. Minn., where she spent tin: past two months with her aunt, Mrs. Wm. Siemens. Her two-year old cousin, Helen Marie Siemens, came with her and will stay here while the Siemens family attend the annual Bible conference at Medicine Lake. Minn. »r*.fc« «** t,u*B vat-tMIVJi *V*i,U BVIdVAVCa. i Mr. Sloan came Saturday and they spent the wee k end with his mother, Mrs. H. Sloan. Mrs. Grace Chrisman and daughter, Mary aJne left Friday for their home at Cedar Falls after spending the summer at the home of her mother, Mrs T. W. William*. Mrs. Chrisman teaches at Cedar Falls and Mary Jane will enter Iowa State Teachers College as a freshman. Swea 4-H Club Girls Meet with Leader Swea-Eagie: The Swea Spirit of Burt Youths Leave On Motorcycle Trip Burt: Robert Esarey and Ralph Bristow left Thursday afternoon for Dakota and the west coast. The boys are making the trip on Ralph's motorcycle. girls met home of their leader, Mrs. Emil fjarson last Tuesday afternoon. After a business session the girls made posters for county fair, had a check on articles for the booth and the demonstration team gave their demonstration Their Use." on "Portfolios and Host to Busy Bees Union: Mrs. Jake Smith entertained the Busy Bee club last Friday afternoon. Between 25 and 30 ladies attended. No program was given and the ladies completed a poetry booklet they were making. The next meeting will be with Mar guerite Long, south of Algona. Wesleyans Attend Bally Wesley: Joseph and Fidelia Skow went to Orange City Friday evening to attend a Christian Endeavor rally ut which 700 young pfuplu were present. They returned by train un Saturday evening Notice of Probate of Will STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY", ss. In District Court. No. 4121, September Term, 1938. To AJ1 Whom It May Concern: You are hereby notified. That an instrument of writing purposing to be the last Will and Testament of Hugh Herman. Deceased, dated January 21. 1933. having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday, the 19th day of September. J938. is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona. Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A. M., cf the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause. if any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said d^cea^ed. Dated at Algona, Iowa, August 19, 1938. KATHARINE McEVOY, Clerk of District Court ALMA PEARSON, Deputy Quarton & Miller, attorneys. 34 3'J Say* • mH-hii more At Regular Price Make no mistake!... Phillips 66 Poly Gas is not an aviation gasoline. But of all the motor fuels made for cars, trucks, and tractors—selling at regular price— Phillips 66 Poly Gas is the one whose volatility (or high test) most nearly and consistently approaches the U. S. Government specifications for aviation gasoline. Remember, leading authorities say that volatility is the most important quality in gasoline: nt sclratiit: "Th. fuel can be us4»d with a lfautT carburetor se' and hence with leas fuel cuunumo- tiou." Says • profoiaor el eh»mlc»l •nglMcrtBC: "Inrriused volatility ... U very effvctive in shorl- tning the warm-up period . . . providing more uniform distribution of fuel to the diSeri-ul cylinders . . . reducing choking . . . and producing snappier acceleration and throttle response." Phillips 66 Poly Gas contains nearly four times as much natural high test gasoline as the average motor fuel ... gives you extra volatility without extra cost. Try a tankful at any Orange and Black 66 Shield. Phiii-up with Phillips for HARMS OIL COMPANY Independent Distributor*, Algona, Iowa F. K. Haldeman, Bulk Station Agent Phone 11 or Irvington Women Shower Newlywed Irvington: The Mesdames Paul Black. Hugh Raney. Hattle Burlingame. J. A. Johnson, .1. A. Black and John Erpelding entertained about BO guests last Saturday evening at a miscellaneous shower hon. oring Eleanor Jenknls Gardner, whose marriage occurred the previous week. Mrs. Gardner received many lovely gifts. A short program was given consisting of two solos by Miss Roberta Skllling, a sketch of the life of Mrs. Gardner written by Mrs. Florence Kaln and read by Lucille Black. After the honoree unwrapped her gifts, a very dainty lunch was served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Miller and Mrs. Louis Fuhrmann have all been 111 with the flu. YOU WILL BE INTERESTED IN THIS TRUE TELEPHONE STORY • A telephone user told us the telephone saved his family travel expense at the rate of $7.35 a month over and above the cost of telephone service. This figure is probably low as he figured only 2'/j cents a mile for travel. And he didn't add anything for time saved, which often is a big item. Besides saving and making money the telephone helps to make life more enjoyable in every way — keeps you in constant touch with friends and relatives, brings news, invitations, good times. In just one case of fire, accident or sickness, it may be worth more to you than it costs in a lifetime. • • • If you don't hove a telephone, write us or when you are in town drop in the telephone office ior information about the service. HEAR EARL HUNT And His McCormick-DeeringRevelers from KGLO Wednesday, Sept. 7th At Our Fair Booth Northeast of the Floral Hall See the new Line of McCormick-Deering Corn Pickers on Display. FrCe St "l> i" »t our exhibit ami let us tell you how to get a two row Furnuill tractor cultivator or two fxjtt.ua plow FHEE with purchase of an b -20 h anmtll. Only 10 days left OH this special offer. McCormick-Ueeriiig Store i^i •-, j <J - Kast State Street

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