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MARYIYNCH.14, LONE ROCK, LAID TORESTDEC.26 Influenza and Complications Prove Fatal; Parents, 6 ' Brothers, Sister Survive T ,. The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 4,1934 **«T Ann and Maxtoe Plate spent a nd uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Robert ~ east of Burt. Mothers club will meet at the r JJ. *?!?• * >rei1 wewner. Wednes««?.M- IO V *?"• Hftrrv *"I«tor assisting hostess. Otto Sanders and children re- home Sunday after a week's .,,. - ---Renwick with Mrs. Sanders' mother, Mrs. Ctaus Helrnke. <*.$&' and , 1 ^ rs ; I 5 " 08 Worthlmrton and children of Esthervllle were New Years 2|«v dinner guests at the home of hla mother. Mrs. Llllle Worthington. Earl Earing, sons. Harlan. Duane and nil v ~ flx ft* 1 !* Mid Donald Olsch "* *»ven as the and been a ser- but the afternoon of her death out for a short rest return- 12 days Vd'at the tta? at Jos ' p - Bchultes before Christmas. t,, M , r- ,4 a u d Mrs. Andrew Thomsen returned home Thursdav from Ames, where they soent Christmas with Mrs. Thomson's Barents, the Stolls. Mrs ,T. N. Ghrlst also of Ames, a sister of Mrs. Thomson, acomoanied them home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fischer went to Waseka, m.. Friday to visit their daughter. Mrs. Rossman Horner and family and to take home their granddaughter. Mary Ann Horner. who has made her home with her grandparents for some time. The Busy Friday club met at the home of Mrs. Watson Snick Friday afternoon. Mrs. Alex Krueger was elected nresldent and Mrs. Fred Genrich. secretary for the coming vear. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Ed Karris. Mr and Mrs. L. R. Roderick drove Des Moines last Wednesday to be with their daughter. Bernioe. who un- Ed Adams, Former Algona Boy, Joins Illustrious Trio , *""* ""* •"**"»" men fife of the n»Uon amor* whom mlflit be noted HW»*e Maiu^iiow llTtof «• I^n, Bea«fe, CaUfwrta, rtfe* a wonderfid SS^JSLf ff*!**!' . 8<J ** or DlcWns ««. who may bewme preaMem of tHe tmiWI States, beta* the recognized leader of the stand^t reptAH- eana ta the nation; then com*, Er-Stete Senator Henry C. Adam* who Is now living In IXM An****, where he h understood to be mannfaettir- ta* and marketing gome cosmetic or toilet article* AH of these men have been Instrument*! in making Algnn* and Iowa known from one end of the United States to the other. Now comes Edward A. Adams, a former well known Algona. yonngt man, and a brother of tide mos- trlons Senator Adams and wins fame and we hope fortune, as the attorney of Almee Semple McFherson, the noted erangtUst. Ed fa a modest cms and Algona folks UttTe realized until recently that he had won such high place In the world until the following article appeared In the Sunday Des Motnes Register. We reprint the article below, which was sent as a special from Los Angeles: , wreHelen er. Wolfe. HUxabeth LfctHmer «flen Mescher. Mary Elaine Devlne Hutchinson. all classmates &**• **•" Kathleen aU Seneca consolidated school . . - Buria l ? e ,T wen ' anothe r operation. Mr. Roder- cemetery. , ick returned home and Mrs, Roderick u, hl<th the ,. BM Z? chlal sc ?°° 1 ' Surviving . Lynch, . Mr. and Mrs. brothers. John. Robert and Paul - and ^^ T, Worthington went to Mllford Tuesday to loin a reforestation camp. The American Legion Auxiliary will O Flaig WC wlth Mrs- W> Fred- . Lakota u vteitlng at the Schultz home. WUlan !. Q H lnn vlslted at the home Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jensen and family were Sundav dinner guests at the A. H. Hennlnssen home in Graetting- Delbert Sharp drove to Granada. Minn., last Monday taking his brother. Russell, back, who soent Christmas at •home. _ . Hmes. who soent Christmas at nls home in Ames, returned to the W. J. Cotton home Thursday where he is working. Rey. S. M. Gladstone took his daughter. Beulah. back to Cedar Rapids on Monday where she will resume her college work. Mr. and Mrs. John Sones of Qulmby nave been visiting at the parental J. Peerless COAL Extremely high in heat and very low in ash. Guaranteed satisfaction. Order a load and you will be one of our satisfied customers. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool remained with Bernlce until she will be able to come home. . Mr. and Mrs." Frank Plate entertained at Sunday dinner to honor of Mr. Plate's birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Snrank and children. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Plate and daughter. Joan and Ann Plate and Mr. and Mrs. Jim. Ackerman. Martin Larson and daughters. Ella an jl Gladys of Decorah arrived at the Artxiur Los Angeles, California: A strangely contrasted couple met last week In Omaha, Neb.—lAlmee [Semple McPherson, the head of the Angelus temple here and one of the most dynamic and dramatic persoalitles In the public eye to- Iday, and Edward A. Adams, former Iowa boy, land now a successful Los Angeles attorney. Aimee came by train from Chicago, homeward bound after a national evangelist tour; Adams arrived by airplane from the west coast to take the militant evangelist under his legal wing and escort her back within the border of California. Target for Summonses She will Immediately become the target for legal summonses directed by lawyers for (her divorce-seeking mate, David Hutton, Jr., erstwhile temple baritone, and more recently stellar att ™ ctlon at • ««• have been vision* at their parental home, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson, since the Saturday before Christmas, r turned home with them. Mr. Larson i»id daughters returned to Decorah on Monday. College students who spent the holl- night ants, and legal escort, is due to arrive here Thursday. Enroute to the coast, Almee and Adams will map out a plan of action concerning her portly spouse's divorce action and the affairs of Angelas temple, which are becoming rather sensl- called to Minneapolis, Minn., several months ago to pass upon several proffered theatrical contracts for Almee. "Ed" Adams, sometimes known as "Shad", was born in Spencer, Iowa March 29, 1885. He is a brother of former State Senator Henry C. Adams of Algona, Iowa. He was graduated from Oberlin (Ohio) academy in 1908, end went from there to Brown university to obtain a Ph. B. degree In 1912. Won Grid Honors At Brown, he won all-American football honors at left end, also his letter in basketball, in addition to his athletic prowess, he was a leader in gener- eral student activity; president of the Brown union, member of the Cammar- lan club, highest campus honor society the Sphinx club and Beta Theta Pi, and Dry Workers Keep Up the Fight; to Organize Jan. 5 W. S. Wlndell, of Algona, chairman of the county dry committee has Issued the following announcement: To all Mends of temperance In Kossuth county: A mass meeting will be held at the Congregational church, Algona. Iowa Friday, Jan. S at 10 o'clock a. m. Tills meeting Is for organization purposes nnd to prepare for another fight which the liquor element Is forcing upon us. You are responsible for n part In this work. Be present and flll your place. The liquor element. Is In control of our 'tate legislature and Intends to go the unit. If we must fight let us stand ;ogether. tST. BENEDICT NEWS Mr - and Mrs. Math Bormann snent e w Year's Day afternoon at the Win. Elch home. Miss Elvlna Meyer of Milwaukee. WIs Pent Christmas with her Barents. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Mever. Jack Simons of Drs Molnes Is vlslt- ng his mother. Mrs. Marv Simons and Iso his sisters and brothers. Miss Christina Eisenbarth of Aleona pent Sunday and New Years dav with her sister, Mrs. E. P. Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Dehnert and family and Rosalia Rahm, all of St. Paul c ".?J. e Sundav to soend New Year's day with relatives here. Teachers »*:d students who spent the holiday* nere with relatives and friends are Florence Welsbrod. Des Molnes- Frances Bailey. Brltt; Irene Newel. Belreond: Edith Laage. Cedar Rapids; Elvira Krause. Garner: Saline Hantelman, Allison: Arthur Kuecker and Aueust Krause, Ames: Martin Peril. Iowa city; Carl Schwartz and LaVon Madden. Cedar Rapids: Leona Borchardt and Eldora Struecker. Cedar Falls »nd Marie Miller. Mason City. Mrs. Alvln Zumach and Mrs. Clarence Theesflcld were hostesses to three tablespf bridge at the former's home last Thuralav afternoon in honor of Elvira Krause. Guests included the Mesdames A. J. Krause. F. H. Bohn. Dorothy Gerhard. Amos Flnnestad. Truman Johnson. H. Bchulte. Walt«r Jentz. Arthur Mueller, Everett Drerw. and c - L. Wegener. Elylra Krause won hieh prize. Mrs. Walter Jentz the cut nrlze and Mrs. C. L. Wegener the low. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Votteler entertained at a large family dinner at thetr home Tuesday. Included were Mm. Rat: Huntsman and children. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Votteler and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Wehrsoann and dararh- ter. Elvira, Mr. and Mrs. George Stem* and daughter. Slrlev, Mr. and M». Henry MUtar and/ daughter. Marte. Mrs. Louise Drake. John Votteler. Mfr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hantelman of Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hantelman. Hlldreth Pettlt of Lone Rock. Adoloh Wehrsoann and Olaf Norland. rf.i,, ' Jule Arndorfer and daughter. Patricia drove to Manlcv on „, • ,- "-», -"-•• Mu*<~4ivM* AIUAJIC^) , rive to Lri(* rniipn rmnliMTiPri twmnloa ti»«. « «A« A , VGf P Vf*T*1 wT/M*f*lo avirl 1Ura«m»«>*1 /~5n»^ »<*TG vu iriit? lliUUIl L)UI/UUI*7CU Iff UUDlcS FXOTT1 101 fl tt\ 1OOO 1*** in *__••( ric^of^w^ 0 Stete a M^ n S d A^e n ,I aroused by Hutton's divorce suit and law practice to'ifgona! Z ffndlnl fTl »*•*!«•* «_ J f» i _• w«i . . " _ ** rrOt1AT*al rlnf Inm-tn *»* *«*w*O.. «.4VI«lAl« • . . *»JRU*lt*. tUoU IHlUlDlC • ffl.TsssasMss: S^BSNG?«W»WS ed to Iowa and entered the law school at Iowa City, receiving his bachelor of laws degree In 1916. Served as Ooech While thus engaged, he also found time to serve as assistant coach of football and basketball, organized the Iowa Union, was first president of the law school student body, editor of the Iowa Law Bulletin, member of Phi Delta Phi and Order of the Coif During his senior year, he was re- :ommended and went as delegate of the university and Iowa on the memorable Henry Ford peace expedition. Launches Practice Gordon and Donald Blanchard of Cedar Falls: Beulah Gladstone. Coe College. Cedar Rapids: Alice Angus. Park College, Parksvllle. Mtwourl; Dorothy Macumber. Fort Dodge Business College: Gladys Stebrltz. Hamilton Business College. Mason City. The following were New Years dinner euests at the various homes: at the W. ' general defiance of temple officials. Quit, Reserved In contrast to the vivacious evan- school t ... „ football team to a state championship. In 1923, he moved to Des Molnes and gellst, this man Adams, si Interesting. Wfts coach ° r the West high football Forty-eight years or age, he Is quiet and , wn lcn now famous Aubrey Deto Los Angeles, reserved, boyishly bashful at times in conversation. Yet, delving back 20 1 years one finds that he was an all------- ------ , vln < . 0 *' taln - . • he E. SJM5K can and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford ' orme r on the basketball court, and Clark, Mrs. Brown, and Mrs. Jane Clark late r coach of championship Iowa foot- SkphMo-' ? merican »»*«n player; a stellar peV- ' , , ort space of tim e has built all of Algona. and Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Cotton of Lone Rock: Mr. and Mrs. Bob Padgett nnd sons and Mrs. William Srause at the Forest Rouse home at Ayrshire: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ackerman and children at the RalDh Priebe home: Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Blanchard nnd Mr. and Mrs. ball teams. At the conclusion of his eastern football career in 1912, the Boston Globe said: "He (Adams) has neither speed nor weight He weighs 160 and is little „,,-._ . better than a H-second man. Yet he is nv nt thp" T^f?; T.VhnfS? 6 ?.^. '«£; ' ln valuable to the team. The answer Is iiy at tne Lester Johnson home near rfnm»«rtr,«»., i«fMii«.— .• _4,i,-_ Bancroft: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt at the L. R, Roderick home. NOTICE OP PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO ARTICLES OP INCORPORATION OP KOS8DTII CO. AGRICULTURAL A SIN. AlMB«B*mt t» AvtM* III Th« qualification Of rncmtMnhlp In this Association shall bo as follows: Any qualified voter of Kosauth County. Iowa may become a member of tills Association and be entftled to all the rights and privileges. Article V Tho corporate power of this association shall 1)0 vested In a board of five directors, who shall be elected by the voters present at any annual meet- Ing, or special meeting- called for tho purpose of such election. These directors shall servo until their successors are elected and qualified. The directors eloted following; the adoption of these articles shall serve as follows: Two for one year; two for two years; one .'or three years. Tho tegular term of office of directors shall be three years. Vacancies may be filled by the board of directors for the unexplred term. Three members shall constitute a quorum to transact busl- 6HH. The offlcem of this association shall u a president, vice president, secretary and treasurer. The president and vice president shall be elected by the hoard of directors from Its members. Thc secretary and treasurer shall be chosen by the board of directors anil shall not bo members of the board. 1-2 J ALCOHOL 188% No. 5 Formula a gallon Coast to Coast Store Jpe Bloom, Manager. neaa." intelligence and willing- Born In Spencer Today he la matching thece same qualities against evangelical fire and temperament to help wive Almee's legal ana financial MMim. B» hM bfaa her personal attorney since He waa . _„ _......«« ,»ii, rr * v. n*0 UCk V Wllfll her oarents. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cobeen. The Young ladles of the parish will hold a basket social Tuesday evening. Jan 9, at the school hall. Everybody invited. Ladles please bring baskets. Dancing will be the entertainment for the rest of the evening. _Mrs. John Schmltz and daughter. Rita and Mrs. Elch all of Halbur spent Christmas day at the N. H. and J. L. Roskoof and Wm. Elch homes. My. Elch of Halbur. is Wm. Eioh's mother, nnd Mrs. Schmltz is a sister of N. H. and J. L. Roskopf. Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmevcr were host and hostess to a New Year's dinner. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steussv and two daughters of Clear Lake. Mrs. Josephine Rosenmev- er Mrs. Frances Miller and son, Robert. Mrs. Anna Husohka and Loraine and Louisa and Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Huschka and daughter. Virginia, and son. Emory. and _ _ up a thriving law practlce7but"he"sTlil Ikes to talk football, U chief of this district for Beta Theta Pi, and each 'ear Is responsible for sending several Southern California boys back to Brown, an occasional good football player among them. Aided In Farm Plank He is promlent to political circlts here, a member of the Los Angeles county Republican Central committee and In 1928 assisted In drafting the farm relief plank for the republican national convention. His outstanding legal work has been as attorney for 15 or 30 large reoelver- «hip cases, and now he <ha« tackled probably the ' $®®S8G&&0^ PENTON NEWS | Tfaatyxas^^ The F. C. Ballevs of Iowa Falls visited Fenton relatives last week. T. O. Lively of Palestine. Texas. Is visiting at the J. F. Newel home. A girl was bora to Mr. and Mrs. Svlvester Hainzlnger Monday, December 25. Raymond Gramenz. Lillian and Ber- ilce Kramer had their tonsils remov- d during school vacation. Clarence Jentz of Guthrle Center is Isltlnn his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jentz and other relatives here. The Walter Warners of Des Molnea ciune Sunday for a visit with the form- T'S parents. Mr t and Mrs. Samuel War- Let the car speak for itself PUBLIC WEDDING UNITES LED YARD COUPLE AT COMMUNITY FESTIVAL Violet PingeL Alfred Miller P P Chrlstensen at Rlngsted. ° * Ufra YTnvPl .Tttnlra nriH Wot-mlf Speak Vows; Will Occuy Farm Ledyard: Miss Violet Plngel. daughter of Mrs. Albert West and Alfred Miller were united In marriage at a public wedding performed during the Christmas program soonsored by the merchants on Dec. 22. Rev. A. A. DeDDlng of the Reform church read the ceremony and the couple were attended bv Miss Altthia Brack and Walter Miller. Mrs. Hazel Jenks and Kermit of Bancroft, Mrs. Laura Nieseter. Mrs. Blanche Jenks and Clifford were Sundav dinner ft'.iests at the Harriett Matzner home. Mr*. J^e Mavne received word Bat- urdav of the death of her father Thomas ClendennJne at his home near Boise. Idaho. Mr. Clendennlng has been In poor health for several vcars. Fire threatened the home of Fred | Dainell lost Sundav, but it was out out ner. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Newel. Irene Newel. T. O. Lively and Mr. and Mrs. O If Ortwam w«r* snUttalnoa •** tfaB V J. wiSSiFwl hom«. , ••- .. .... .= Mrs. C. F. Gibbons of Hawlev. Minn arrived here recently to make an ex tended visit with her daughter. Mrs E. A. Welsbrod and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jentz enter talned their five hundred club Sundav evening. Arthur Jentz received high score and William Jentz. the low. Ralph Wolfe of Waterloo soent the holidays with his father. Freeman Wolfe ond his brother. W. R. Wolfe. The firemen's ball ulven Friday night n thc Legion pavilion drew a large attendance. The proceeds will be used to purchase equipment for the firemen. The Youne People's soclfttv held a Christmas onrtv at the " church last week Wednesday nleht. Games were played and refreshments erved. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newel enter- bvThe D«mDt action of the fSuivVnd ' talned thel.• brid.e club last Thursday townsmen who rushed to the scene. | n'*ht. O. H. Graham won high score Several holes wpr ft burned In thn roof, and W. V. YuKer receivea the travel prize. Adelaide Randall: Ralph Olson sane J I Love You Truly." The bride and jroom were presented with many gifts bv the merchants. The bride Is a graduate of the Led- I vard hleh school and is well known, having been prominent In athletics ' during her -school career. The voung couple will make their home on the arm now occupied by James Hllfertv after March 1. The best wishes of the entire community are extended to Uie voune couole. THE GENERAL HOSPITAL 308 South Hurlan, Algona Ambulance Service Phone 187 Several holes were burned In the roof. Wm. Plvnn'3 father. M. Plvnn of Buffalo Center, died at his home near that place following a lone Illness. Thc funeral services were held lost week Tuesdav nt the Catholic church In Buffalo Center. On Saturday afternoon Mrs. Albert West entertained about 75 friends of her daughter. Mrs. Alfred Miller, at a miscellaneous shower nt the Tice Brack home. A short program was civen and games and contests were enjoyed. The bride received manv lovelv and useful gifts. Lunch was served by the hostesses. |i»Jor and Minor Surgery Obstetrics X-Ray Thermogeoic Treatments and Rect al Treatments. W. D. Andrews, D. 0., General Surgeon a H. PhllUps, D. O.. Gamer B. W. Meyer, D. O., Penton W. L. Tyudal. D. O., Woden K. K. Rogers, D. O., Britt. Florence 'uoughenry, R. N., Superintendent of Nurse*. B. E. Pouadstone, D. O. Bode T. & Clark, D. O.. Bradgate R. L. Nelson, D. O., HumbolcU P. E. Walley, D. O., Corwith Mr. and Mrs. Orval Runksmeier are 'he oroud oaremts of a son born Dec. 27. Miss Ruth Swartzell of Olin is visiting tills week at the D. A. CaroenU?r lome. L. W. Wlemer. George Moulton and Clifford Jenks were Mason City callers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Bneelbv and Orval were Sundav Kuests at the Leon Worden home. UNION NEWS Li'Rov Stoffel suent Dart of last week visitlnc his cousin. Herbert Schilts; mar Bancroft. Mildred Penton was a eucst one dav last week at the Anton Zittritsch home in Alcona. Mr. and Mrs. Will Dixon of Bancroft and Bert Grant of Emmetsburu snent Christmas at the Orville Dixon home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Koefe of Des Rev. Harold Fletcher of Lakota eave Moines .suent last S.iU.rdav ami Sun- the sermon Sunday morning at the ^av at the home of Kavs mother. Mrs. Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barret returned Monday after a week's visit at Livermore and Chetttr. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Olson and Patty Mae are en (ovine a two weeks visit with relativoi at Ellsworth. Mrs. Charles Gable and daughters •Dent the week end at the Geo. Heetland home In Lakota. Miss Irene Dyer left last Wednesday for Minneapolis after sDendinit Christmas with her Barents. Willis Dyer, who is a student at the state university. Is SDendinor his Xmaa vacation here with his Daren ts. Janice Williams and Bill Wiemer re- mrned last Wednesday after havimz spent Christmas in Redding. Iowa. Mrs. Conrad Gable returned home Marv Keeft. Ruth and Marv Lee Claude Ueu Diarchs. the .suc-nt two . . . _ iiunt. Mrs. Prank Hofius. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Eailev suent Christmas at Clayton. New Mexico, with til; ir daughter. Mildred (Mrs. Kenneth Ed Kuhn is takinir care of the Bailev homo durine their absence. Bernard Ktefe of Perry. Iowa, was a EUtst over Xmas with his mother. He in comuany with his brother. Robert. end sister. Dorothy and their mother. Mrs. Marv Krefe mntored to Winne- baKO. Minn., where they visited at the Leo Ki efe home. A New Years turkev dinner was aiv- en at the Louis Bode home. Those- nre- stnt were Mrs. Socle's Damits. Mr. and Mrs. John Lamuth and Esther Lamulh Mrs. Everett Drover nnd Elsie Kohlwes entertained nt four tables of bridce Saturday afternoon at the former's hcme. Mrs. C. L. Wccener won the high score. Mrs. Clarence Theesneld entertained the New Deal club nt a Christmas early last week Tuesdav niitht. Dorcthv Gerhard received th? travel prize. Gifts were exchanged. The Fenton nnd Armstrong Independent basketball teams olavcd at the local ooera house Sundav afternoon. ArmstroniT cumc out victorious bv a score of 28 to 25. The Woman's Foreien Missionary society will meet this week Thursday afternoon at the Methodist church nar- lors. Mrs. W. R. Wolfe and Mrs. E. D. White will bo hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Ernil Mansaeer and their children of Hollandule. Minnesota, tuent the holidays at the home of Mr. Maniaccr's brotlur. Mrlvin Maiisaaer und with other relatives here. Mrs. Everett Drevt'r w:is hostess to her b:idue club ! week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. E. J. Frank won the liuh urize and Mrs H. C. Goelsch re- •tivcd a urize for huvinu score cloatit o 777 D'>ints. The W. R. Wolfes. P. H. Eiders and II. H. Widdtls were enttrtaiiH-d nt a watch uartv at the F. P. Newels Hun- rtav evening. The event ulso celcbrut- ed the Htli wdding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe. Irene Niwel received nainful bruises in an accident with a broken steo lad- this week having undergone an oner- Iff AK'ona. OariullJPuth of Tama. Mrs ation In the Kossuth hospital in Al- Kate I.autrhin of Aluona. Mr and Mrs Wm. Rvno uud sons and Irene Lamuth. nil of Port Doctee. A family Christmas dinner was given at t.'-.e Lvi.nard Crulkshank home. Those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. W. P Jenkini-.on and .son. Lou of Cresto. I In. 1 AIM in and Stanley Gardner famllirs and the Dr. Harrv Jt'nkui- ?on family of Iowa Citv. The Glen Jt-nkiiison family was unable to attend 211 account of sickness. Gertrude Ston*cl. eldest duuehter of Mr. and Mrs. E) r ;" SLufel. who has been -sDi.'iidiiiL' t'.it oast year in 111., wh'-re .'-he wai c-rnolovtu. tame home 'the Sui.dav before Christmas and will reimil.i at home with her parents. Slit' was acconuiiink'd bv a friend. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Link and children rt turned Saturday after a week's visit at the home of Mrs. Link's oareuus ueur Sioux City. Mrs. Deva Johns and son. Robert, left Friday for Des Molnes after u two week's visit with her mother. Mra. Blanche Jenks. Mrs. D. B. Mavei- and Mariorie and AJlce Dunham returned Saturday afte.r a week's visit at the home of their parents in Waterloo. The M. E. Ladies' Aid will be entertained Thursday afttrnooo at tht home of Mrs. Glenn Yahoke. All ladies are cordially invited. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Laurltren and Jerry souit Sunday at the home of Mr. Lauritzeu'c sister. Mr. and Mr«. HUNDREDS of thousands of people now own and drive Ford V-8 cars. Some neighbor or friend of yours has one. If we told you what we think of the car, you might say we are prejudiced, eo we let the car and its owner tell you. Economy of operation is one of the first point* they will emphasize—the owner will boast of it and the car will prove it. The 1934 car is even better than the 1933— and that was our best car up to its time. The new car is more beautiful—faster—more powerful — gives more miles to the gallon—better oil economy—is easier riding—cheaper to own and operate thin any cat we «v«fc buUt. . You owe it to yourself and your pocketbook to ask our Ford Dealer to let you see this car, and let you drive if for yourself. At the wheel of the car you will be sure to reach a right decision. The Ford V-8 will tell you its own story. NEW FORD V-8 for 1934 VWUVWWWVli dur at the Chrtama.s cxt'r>~ ; ses at her school in Belmond. She i ; a two weeks' vacation with Her oarc-uts. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Newel. Charles Loveiov of Baker. Oregon. is visiting at the home of Mrs. Marv Kphlstedt. Mrs. Loveiov has been vis- itinu relatives here for several weeks. He made the trip by car and they ulan to return tome time in January. Mrs. Georire Boettclier took her dauahttr. Lauru.. and son. Donald to ire hospital at Iowa City last week Wednesday for treatment. Paul Eiultr drove for her and Mrs. Eialur accompanied them and visited at the C. B. Brooker home in Ames. They returned !:ome Thursday evening. The Samuel Warners attended a family dinner at the homo of Mi*. Warner's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis W'.n- tner at Algouu, Sundav. Others att/end- inu the Winfn-d Siis-byec. thc Pred Weacners. the Edward BierstedU and tae J. W. Sitobees. ulso the Walter V/aniers of Dts Moines. Tne sewinif clubs in loved Christmas parties. Mrs. S. W. Mev-.r entertained tho Hook and Needle club at bunco on Wednesday evening. Mrs. K. O. SUph- enson. Adris Patoiioa. Oual Mover of Alttona and Aanes Geotsch were uue^ts _____ _., ________ . .. _____ _ _ ____ of the club. Mrs. E. C. Woisbrod was Eueene Wilheluil. of Dubuuue. who wa^ | hostess 10 her club. Gamejs were ulav- a Kuest et the Slollcl hume and of j ed. Gifts were exchantted at both uar- i.t Bancroft. tie*. Experience and Conscience Experience and conscience is all that Is needed In the shoe business. Experience is necessary in buying as well avs willing and con-science keeps Neville Shoe Store selling shoes nt the same old prices. We are entering a new year and find ourselves clinging to the same old principles of small profits and quick sales. We are playing the game as that "^till small warning voice within" tells us to play it. I am running a small pronit, store. My thought is for turnover and volume. Bell lots of them and a little pioflt will do on each pair. If you are asked to hurry it U not to offend you, it is simply self-preservation on our part. If it cost me more to sell a pair of shoes than the profit on the shoe.; amounts to, I do not want that customer. You know there are customers Uiat come In for shoes and then defy you to sell them u pair. No arguments, no sal-:s talk allowed at Neville's Shoe Store. If a customer shows a buying dLspooition we are glad to sho* all the shots we have nnd we insist on giving you a perfect fit. Tlun it is up to you, yea or no. We assume that our customers know what they want. People who want, entertainment sJiould go to the high toned stores where they can breairu- store atmosphere at so much a bri-ith if they buy anything. If they do not buy, the next customer tiiat dees, pays for aJl the breathing. J inutile Neville THE SHOE UAN Algoua, la. yvwjwwjwMwww* \ See the New Ford V-8 Now on Display at The Kent Motor Co. AJgona, Iowa.

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