The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1938 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 11, 1938
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Pastor Accepts Call To Pulpit in Algona tor. David R. Martin, pastor of the Pelican Rapid., M | nn ., church for th, past flve yea V. to became was at going to Pelican Rapldi, and spoko „„ ... ftgo )Mt Slm(Jay a P t «£ Congregational church here. The Algona Upper Pea Moinea, Algona, lo^m, Oct. 11,1938 Dr. Martin has three children- SSlETft M*!* ht «. «• ' " senior at the University of M *« the east Dr. and Mrs. Martin will 0on «»WtloimI man." A1 f on& for ten Special Announcement from Christensen Bros. Co. One Day, October 14 • Mr. A. "Weiss, representative for the makers of "Sterling" Coats for Junior, , Miss and women, will be at the Algoim Hotel, where you are invited to come and see their latest creations in winter fabric coats. An excellent opportunity to make your selection which you can receive a short time later at our new store. Remember the Place and Day, Algona Hotel Blue Room, Friday, Oct. 14 Grmly Phillips upent the mwk en visiting friend, at Cowrie. Bill Dalley of DCS Molnen his mother. MM. FMythe Dailoy during tne week end, M. J. Duffy, county treasurer, ha been 111 and confined to his horn with flu since Thursday. Lw» Goetz of Dei Molne* was) t week end guest at the home of Mr and Mrs. M. H. Doherty. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McDougal spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs Charles O'Hnrrow at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Norton plan to make nn eastern trip about the middle of October on business Mr*. EM* Cady and Mint Evelyn Cady spent Sunday In Emmetsburg visiting Mr. and Mrs. Percy \iLTt* *.« i__ •' Warnke. It A. Tuttto attended a sales W^ Why Take Chances A Safety Deposit Box Will protect your valuables, kcep'sakes, important papers—things which could not be replaced if lost in a fire. Make it a point to take out a safety deposit box in our fireproof, burglar proof vault during Fire Prevention Week. lousiness offices, too, should use pur vault to safeguard valuable papers, deeds and documents. Security State Bank O. B. Murtach, Pre*.; J. W. Haggard, Vice Pre*; Frank Kohihjuu, Vice Preo.; E. A. Schemel, Cashier [meeting in Minneapolis, Saturday He Is employed by the Northwestern Drug Company. Elizabeth and Emma Heln of Austin, Minnesota, arrived Sunday to visit a week with their sister, Mrs. A. H. Borchardt. Mr*. Clalr Andcraon and Eleanor Fraser motored to Port Dodge, Sunday, to visit Mrs. Louise Hyde, who Is In the hospital there., Mta« Roue Horn oi Miami, Florida, left Friday for her home after visiting for several days with her sister, Mrs. Floyd Saunders. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Aman from Mt. Angel, Oregon, are visiting at the home of Charles Ollbrlde. Frank Is a brother of Mrs. Ollbrlde. trfmlsfl Smith, student at the Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls will be a week end guest Of her mother, Mrs. Clyde Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Oraniow and son, Boyd, and Mr. and Mrs. Les Konyon were Sunday guests at the home of Dr. A. L. DIttmer at Thornton. Thumday, Sirs. Oeorge gpongherg, Mrs. O. D. Brundage, Mrs. Alma Nelson, Mrs. Joe Chrlstenson, and Mrs. S. Chrlstenson visited with Mrs, E. R, Sillstrom, a former Algona resident. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ker*ey of Kanawha, uncle and aunt of Mrs. M. W. Jacobson arrived Saturday for a few days' visit at the Jacobson home. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Kiwon and daughters, Marjorle and Mary drove to LeMara and Alton over the week end where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Kason's parents. Sheriff Lous, Auditor Klnscy, Dr. W. D. Andrews, Andy Anderson and Gordon Dewel spent from Friday until Sunday fishing at Horseshoe Lake, Minn. Henry Dearchs, Jr., was a week end guest at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dearchs, Sr, Henry Is a student at the Mason City Junior college. Bernadlne Johnson Is recuperating from a slight touch of lock law which developed ton days ago following an Injured ankle, which was cut on a piece of tin. Wm. O. Steele and Mr. and Mm. Wm. F. Steele drove to St. Paul, Sunday to bring home the former's wife, who had been visiting Mr F. 8. Norton for B week. Mrs. Lura Sandei*, city librarian and Miss Ella Thompson, member o the library board, will attend th state' library convention, at For Dodge, Wednesday, Thursday an Friday. Dr. and Mrs. Harry McCorklo an Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brandt drov to Mason City, Sunday and wer guests of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Young the latter a sister of Mrs. Me Corkle. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster ani Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Ward drovi to Prlmghar, Sunday, to visit with the former's daughter, Mary, who Mr. and Mm. ft. M. Smith rlsltat Mr. Smith's: parents, Mr. and Mrs W. B. Smith In Washta, Iowa, Sunday. Mr». O. l» Voh» left Saturday for Chicago for a two or three weeks visit with her daughter, Mrs. D, P, Orettle. Dr. and Mrs. I* C. Nugent were at Rochester last week where Mrs. Nugent consulted Mayo clinic. specialists at the Mr. nnd Mm. Carl Pearson wrrn week end guests at the home of their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Aalf.i at Sioux City. Margaret Fu»«rll, Algona school teacher, spent the week end In Charles City visiting her uncle and mint, Mr. nnd Mrs, Patton. Mr. and Mrs, Drtmar McFadden were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Klnnamon at Brook>n. Iowa. The women are sisters Mrs. Robert Richardson of lowii Falls visited nt the home of her lusband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Richardson, last week Monday. Mrs. Evart Eyres and little son, Phil of LeMars have arrived for an extended visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. 'W. Bergfield. / The Voting People'* society of the Vazarene churches met for n rally at Waterloo, recently. There wer 18 In attendance from the loca church, Ben Benson, who underwent w peratlon at Rochester recently, wa operated on again Monday. Mrs Jenson has been with him since th first operation. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Btewar and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beam sh attended the Clarion-Iowa Fall ilgh school football grtmo at Clar on, Friday evening. Mr*. E. A. Howe of PauHlnm 'owa, left Thursday evening afte Suiting since Sunday at the honv jf her nephew and wife, Mr. ant) Mrs. R. O. Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrlschlllc ind family took Mrs. Chrlschllles mother, Mrs, Sallle Kranz, to Cor rectlonvllle, Sunday. Mrs. Kran Inns to he there about two weeks Mm. C. H. Cretxmeyrr and daugh er, Jane, drove to DCS Molnes, on Sundny. Jane played piano selec Ions at an afternoon musical tea leld at the home of Mrs. D. Need lome. An eight pound, four ounce 1mb.! oy was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Arnlo Horsford In n Fort Dodge hospital ~>ldny morning, October 7. Mr. ant *trs. Horsford were former Algona csldents. Mr. and Mr*. O. W. Stlllman ivc- om pan led by Dr. nnd Mrs. Mllo ileyor of Marshalltown attended the owa-WlsconsIn football game ant Jnlverslty of Iowa homecoming al owa City, Saturday. Dr. C. D. Schaap and About Town Soya teaches schools. music In the Prlmghar Will YOU Regret Not Having Had YOUR Furnace Checked Before Winter! Phone 464 Today "An Ounce of Prevention, Etc." No Charge for Furnace Checkup Nothing May Be Wrong, But It's a Comfort To Know That NOW— Before Winter Comes LAING & MUCKEY PLUMBESQ * HEATING Mr*. A. A. Mlshop occompanlei delegates from Belmond, Klemme and Clear Lake to a Methodist convention at Kansas City, Mo., lasi week. Mrs. Bishop U the district president. Mr*. Harold Cowan, Mr*. Kenneth 2owan and Mrs. Dick Cowan drove :o Fort Dodge, Sunday, to visit their friend, Mrs. Arnle Horsford, and to make the acquaintance, of her new son, James. Mr. and Mr*. Leone Beamish an< I daughter, Judy of Mason City and Fred Peterson of Alden were guests Saturday at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Beamish and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stewart. P. A. Danion has been named superintendent of the Sunday School department of the Methodist church, succeeding Antone Johnson. The appointment was made at the last board meeting of the church, f Hunday guecta at the homo of Mr und Mrs. A. L. Brown were tho Tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. N Gay, a brother, Claire Gay and wife and baby of Sallx, Iowa, nnd on uncle, John Andrews of Wells, Nebr. Urn. A. Hutchison und Mrs. I. J. Dickinson accompanied by their sister, Mrs. F. E. V. Shore of Mollies, will leave Friday and motor to St. Louis to visit at the home of a brother, Roscoe Call, and family. A dmiichter, Ann Elizabeth, born to Dr. and Mrs. Magnus Lichter of Burt at the Koasuth hospital, Tuesday, October 4. This Is the first child for Dr. and Mrs. Lichter. Mrs. Ltchter was formerly Loretta Howie. Mr. and Mr*. H. H. Horn and Mrs. Margaret Dillon of Newton were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. MeCullough. Mrs. Dillon, a sister of Mrs. Mc- 'ullough, remained to visit the remainder of the week. George Yoeiutut luis purchased a <'ord garage at Maquoketa and will ake possession October IS. Mrs. Yoeman will move theru as soon as they are ablu to find living quarters. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Yoeman, ami Adra Yoeman will live In the Yoeman home here. Rodney Gilbrldc, hU mother, Mr*. C. J. Gllbride and Mrs. Essie Mc- McMuhon, arrived home Saturday night from Chicago, where tb«y spent the week visiting at th* home of a cousin. W. J. Boahel and family. Rodney saw a World serins baseball Or. and Mm. L. W. Vox w Billy L«*. spent the week and viait m« Ihe former's mother. Mrs. Wm Fox at Mount Carroll. Hi, and via iting the doctor's brother. Harold who i» tu a sanitarium at Ottawa. III. The Fax* returned Sunday, traveling througb Wincoaaiii. rove to Iowa City, Friday after- oon. Dr. Schaap attended a den al> convention, Friday and Satur ay. They both attended the Iowa- Wisconsin football game, James Chubb,' accompanied hi ncle, Bert Palmer of Burt, to Mln •apolls, Friday, and they vlsltei over the week end with Jarne* brother, Bill. They took In the Mln nesota-Purdue football game. Anfln Anflnson I* spending n hv months' visit at the home of his son nnd wife, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer An- flnson. The former resides In West Union, and his son is employed at the Pratt Electric Company. J. C. BiithmiiM, the nrw Methodist district superintendent, has pur chased the of Mrs. George Free on South Minnesota nnd with his wife nnd daughter, who Is In junior high, will move In some time :hls week. Jan Kortcmllck of Rorkford, III- nlols, was a guest Friday at the J, J. and P. D. Dooley homes. His wife was a cousin of the men. Mr. iCortendlck was accompanied by his laughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. John Broger. Mr*. Mabel Sorensen drove to Rochester Sunday to visit Lars Sorensen, who has been In the Colonial hospital there following an operation about three weeks ago, I* recovering nicely and will >e home Thursday. Mr. and Mr*. Drlmar McFadden will have short vacations from their work this week. Mr, McFadden Is employed at Kennedy & Parsons, and Mrs. McFadden Is employed In he offices of the Druggists' Mutual Insurance Company. Mr, and Mrs. Abm»r Reynolds havo men visiting In Algona since last Tuesday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. A. W. Amunson. They are planning to spend the win- er on the west coast, and will drive out there In the next few Mr. and Mrs. W. 1.. Whitney left his morning for Medford, Minn , 'or « few days' visit with relatives. Now that he has retired from his lutles with the Milwaukee, Mr. Vhltney IN tindlnK time to take some elsurely vacations. Word from Mary C. liuln, \vln is been visiting friends and relatives in Chicago the past few weeks tales that she left there last Wed "Don't take, any wooden nickels", Is a familiar pharse, hut one, If not careful, ran do Just that, for the Iowa State Bank has some on hand. * » • There wan a whfo scramble for Twin City Sunday papers the morn^ Ing after the Nebraska, Minnesota footrmll gnme. Fans bought them ip In a hurry no ns to he able to toll what they saw and didn't see. * * • A week ago the happiest man In own was L. A. Copp, rojololng at he signing of the penre trenty nt Wnnlrh. Not thnt he cured about a .Vorld wnr and all Its dire offspring. Not that he feared for relatives nml 'rlcndn. The elation wns born when vorry ended ns to how he could Isten to war news and the world series nt the same time. » * * An Algona man visited Fort Dmlgfl ast week end. Places and sights «'ere the object of Inspection. From one of these ho emerged second best—losing his pants. Yep! He held nto his shirt but lost pants anil •ontents. Without aid of a barrel ic sauntered down the street In shorts to the parked auto. Friends aided In a collection to buy a new pair of overalls which can be seen now on the home town streets. • • • This year's high-bred mosquitoes come In for their share of story telling. Two of them died In tho yard at the Andy Oodfredson farm. Andy swears by It that he hooked onto them with the tractor and hauled them to the river bottom. Out ort the Charlie Qellenfeldt farm they are ao thick that Charlie could not get his straw hat off when coming In from plowing. The pests had pecked right through the straw Into the flesh, lost their stingers, thereby nailing the hat on. • * * Chan. Rtell Is a husky welghln a hundred and nine pounds. Mucl of his work at Swift's consists o unloading and handling carloads o feed and Hiippllo.i In sacks of a him dred pounds. When night ends th day's work, Charlie Is ns fresh am willing as those who work besldi him weighing twice as much. # * * Quote, "I/awrence does very gooi work," Those words are on a re port card Issued from tho Bryan school Dec. 23, 1904, to Lawrenci Olllesple and signed by a Minn Wil Hams, teacher and Supt. Ovcrmyer He proudly displays this keepsakn How about some of those with no so soothing words upon them? * • • If you want to be reminded n the late Will Rogers, take a second look at Bonnie Bakken with his ha off. The resemblance Is there In a striking manner, * * * Ml*« Nina Duryea Is a great Chi cago Cub supporter. She can tel you when any member of the team makes a good play as well as th bad ones. If one wants a losing arg ument Just say something unpleas ant about tht Cubs to her. Mis Duryea followed the Cubs through the pennant drive and stayed with them during the series. Banehall In the Duryea home Is not confined to her famed brother, James. * * * Might borrow the word*, "Time Marches On." The M. A St. L. rail road Into Algnna Is definitely a thing of the past. The rails have been removed to St. Benedict nnd at present a crew Is busy taking up the ties. In numerous places the right of way Is fenced and being pnstnr- ed. The road bed will mix with adjoining farms and In a general Inn folks will be old who remombrr when trains came and went ovor the dying route. Irvington Man Back From Examination at Rochester Hospital Irvington: Rimer Weaver returned lo his home Inst \veok from Itochestrr, Minn., where hn Imd gone to receive nn examination nt the Mayo hospital clinic. Throunh severnl x-rays his trouble \vnrc dlnif- nosed ns a broken vcrtcbrne Some time ago the Weavers were tour- Ing tho west and nt this particular lime had nn auto accident that completely demolished thrlr cur nnd both Mr. and Mrs. Weaver rerelv- ed severe Injuries. Now It Is thought his aliment Is a result of that accident. the recent party they gave honoring Mrs. Wendell .TerRensen, Those enjoying the parly were Memlamcs Qr«ee Phillips, Hnrlle Hopklnn, Mae FltKgerald. Marie Keith and Vivian Kuhn. \i\it Th e Mm. Irfla Beeley of Whlttemnre nnd Irene Fltwu-rnld of Whitt«mnre were aUo prewmt W. A. Lorcm and II. B. Whit •pent from Friday until Monday on a fishing trip Rt Ijcoch .Mr. and Mr*. K<l Ryan and faintly of Eagle Grove were Sundny at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Lylu Reynolds. Mr*. Dalliu Alilcrnmn, who will bo remembered as Luclla Potter, will return to her home In Omaha, iVodnosday after visiting Mrs. L. E 'otter. Homer Anderaon and A. W. ncsday enroutc to Hollywood where ho expects to make her home. She •ented her home here to the John lardgroves. Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Richardson ook their daughter-in-law's moth- r, Mrs. D. M. Simpson, from Pocu- tontas to make her home with her laughter, Mrs. Robert Richardson, n Iowa Kulla. Mrs. Simpson ts rlticully 111 and she was moved in n ambulance. Dr. und Mrs. R. K. Menzi-l and sou, lugh. have moved to Enid. Okla ~>r. Menzel has been appointed head if the chcmistty department ut 'hlllips University. Mrs. Menzel is daughter of Mr. ninl Mrs. M. P. A'eaver. The Menzels have been lo- ated at Suit Lake City, Utah. Elixubrlh \ViusMiihcrK returned to icr home in Kansas City Sunday fter being u Client i/f her aunt. Mrs. i. E. Liniiaii. since Tuesday. She compamcd Mrs. I .in nan home from 'hicugo, where both hud been guests f the latter'* sisters, the Misses 'redtt and Alvena \Vu:>senbt.>rg. Frieud* of the S. R *VU-r»oi» faai- y received news that Mrs Peter had passed away, ik tuber 3, at anesburg. K&usas. Mrs. Pelcnou Olliii have reached tile ,iiie of W-' ears, December 3. She was wile of lie early AJ^uuu at.Ult.-rck Mrs elc«.ou wa* burled ou the unimils^iy ui hi-1 Ml« Peter 1 rends spent the weeli end In Win- roniiln, finning. They hoped for a nice catch of fish, but were dlsap. olnted. Mr. and Mr*. II. I.. Ollmorn imd ">r. and Mm. II. M. Olson left on Saturday for Twin I^akei In north- rn Minnesota, and will enjoy a fishing trip, returning home Wed- Mr. and Mr*. W. O. Kiln* and nughteri, Jeannette and Dorothy, were Sunday visitors at the E. R. Using home. Mr.. Kline and Mm. llilng are sisters. The Kline homo • In Austin, Minn. Josephine Murtach WM a we«U nd guest at the home of her moth- r, Mr*. E. J. Murtagh. Mrs. Mur- agh took Josephine back to Dos ifolnes, where she Is employed In tho tate house, Sunday. Mrs. Mel II. Griffin left Huturdiiy or Sioux Falls, 8. D., for a short /Islt with friends and will go on rom there to Halem, South Dakota, where she will he H guest of her larents fur a few days. Mr. Mid MrH. K. It. ItUIng and fr. and Mrs. Paul Dull mid non, {niiuhl. spent Sunday evening In .Vest Heml visiting relatives. The Jell son, Itlcluird f'harles, returned oine with tlit'in lifter a weeks' visit with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Hhellmeyer. .Mr*. W. H. Frrcniiui hu» luul bronchitis and narrowly c.sciipcd pleurisy but an a result of hot, wet and electrical treatments, medical caix* and a rest In bed she Is much Improved mid resting at the Iowa Santlturlum at Nevada, Iowa, where bhe has been the past three weeks Mis* K. Struclcn, neliool nuriMt of the Humboldt schools and Miss Antoinette Bonnstetter. school nurse of the A!KOIIU schools, will leave today (Tuesday) for Waterloo to attend the convention of resist - ered nurses of the Iowa I^eugue of NursliiK education. The sessions begin Tuesday and end Thursday. Mr. and Mm. M. H. KiUkenhiihicr returned Saturday from a ten day trip to New York. They drove to Syracuse where Mr . Fulkeiihainer attended the national convention of ] the Mutual Insurance Companies j which was held Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday. From Syracuse 'ham silt lutd made hn huuu. for ' the (tti*t several yearn ' day. they Hew to New York City, for .1 day and night. Enroute home they stooped in Iowa City for the lowu- Wisconain football game. Mm. George H. Kri-e, uho »ulj her ho witt laat week to th« Rev .1 Buthman of Clariun. di.sp.i.seiJ oi llcr hou&ehold goods last week, and has runted an upurtmeut at th- home of Mrs. S. J. Backus She iltui* 10 iii Gainer for a. short i«J« with her sou. Uvorgc aiiU Isini ily before movjiig into the a;«ti t misut. The Rev. Buthuiuti IT, tl., uiut-at n»w Methtxlii»t diitru I nupcrmtt-u witiiiUent who auccetsds Doctor Muhle who moved to Aldcti &itur I Miss Georgia Anne Qclncl of Gush. Ing, Iowa, spent the week end with her parents, Mrs. Jack Urch and son, Albert, returned to their home at West Con. cord, Minn., recently after a week'x visit at the parental J. A. Johnson home. Mr. and Mr.. J. A. Johnson have been making extensive repairs on their chicken house enlarging It so It will accommodate about 400 lay- Ing hens. Mrs. Alice Duryea ha. been visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Rimer Dye at Mason City, The Dye family recently moved to an acreage Just out of Mason City and plan on raising chickens. Last Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Maude Jergcnscn was hostess to live Indies complimenting them for and \Vednr«day, Octohcr 11-12 Mickey Rooney "THE HOOSIEE SCHOOLBOY" Second Feature BILLY//,, KID ^ RETURNS IS YOUR TOP COAT READ? Time now In dean and re-pair las! Mcdsnn's cfials. Wo \vill do "ini oxprrl .joh". and yon will lind il Innkinty surpris- f injrly new air.'iin. Allond In il now lie j-oady for {lie I'liiuifro in weather. (In Ihroii^li dnsels now and pet your in order. We can shorten and re-pair in our ali oral ion department. ELK Cleaners NOIIMAN & PKUUY Plinne MIW) Deliver Thursday Thru Saturday, October 18 to IB Big Three Way Attraction Serial and Two Tops—21 c Second Feature Robert Paige 'HIGHWAY PATROL 1 Serial "IJh'k Tracy UHiirn»" Coming Sun. Thru Wed., Oct. 10-10 Gene Autry "PRAIRIE MOON" Second Fctaure Virginia Bruce Pranchot Tone "BETWEEN TWO WOMEN" (He-Issue) Taylor Made Ice Crcanrt It, linn the flavor and (leluMouHncHH to give your party or dinner a grand climax. Taylor Made Ice cream not only is good in TASTE—it excels in quality. Only real cream, cane sugar, and pure imtunil flavors nro used as HALLOWE'EN BRICK SPECIAL For your Hallowe'en party irrvi' our special pumpkin wntar li>« crtMini hrlcliN. ln- llvldual Hallowe'en iiioldn lu >htrk rut*, man In Ihr moon and pumpkins. ALGONA ICE CREAM and CANDY FACTORY Phone 270 or ask our dealers Avoid THI S COLD DRAFTS Around the windows, doom find roof. FUEL LOSS Give Your Family llfCIIIIMI! leal i.-) 'Hit. all th > leaking ICY FLOORS the tlnorx do nut tit miug. REPAIR BILLS Hue to the fact that the roof leaks DAMP ROOMS Uccuiise the U nut iiisul.Uecl. NEEDLESS REPAIRS Because of no protection with paint. WINTER COLDS Because of u cold, Urafly huiiiv. WHEN IT is COLD BE SURE your FAMILY WILL BE WARM INSIDE There's no place like home when HV. cold und stormy outside. Thut Is if your home is wiirm and comforti.l)K> In thu culileiit weather. You'll spen I a guodly purllon of your time ut homo this winter und you wouldn't be hap' py ur comfortable if u chilly .traft >a playing up unj down your back. So let us tfivo your home u (.'OMI'I.KTK fHfcJCK-Ul J uiul yuu'll be sure of com- pU'U' protection. Ami tiuru UoUfurtl IWrliiu t'utU lu Yuur furuiu*'. Order loOu>. Do THIS STORM DOORS Douhlo protection against cold air. WEATHER- STRIPPING ItelahiM the heat, keeps nut cold. STORM SASH Knr every wlncliiw In the limine. NEW ROOF Avoid the repairs caused by leaking roofs. INSULATION .Save.i inuncy on Ihe fuel costs. NEW PAINT I'rutei U lliu home {rum Ihe weather. NEW Q LASS Kur ni' BOTSFORD LUMBER CO. J im Pool

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