Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 28, 1931 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 28, 1931
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PAGE TEN * <r ' - *• -r'~ ,/, ' r"'» ">" V *>'«-* T V? '- W ^^'^ J %* : ^ ; |\1f\;^ ' ' ' fif *«dKM***fft '^* "^"Jrt"- ^ 4^*^*,-*^' '' ' "'' ' * v >>* A- •* . 4 > ; "; ^ ' TH ' THURSDAY ANNUAL SENIOR MAGAZINE IS DISTRIBUTED GRAYS EASILY FORMER IRVIHGTON TRINITY K\, LUTHERAN, P. .T.j Hrnncr, Pastor—Sunday school 9:30. | H with any church are heartily wel-! I come. Divine service in German at ', The annual senior magazine. Is-1 10. The Y. P. S. will meet June 2 at \ sued by pupils of the gradtriting ' 2 p. m. in our school. The Aid will; class, was distributed Friday. This! meet again June 11 instead of June; year's magazine is the largest ever I 4 at the homo of the Rev. and Mrs. j Braner. Our annual mission festival: take place on Sunday. June DOWN SUPER IN FAST GAME RESIDENT PASSES attempted. There are 71! pages filled with pictures, resumes of school activities, jokes, advertisements, etc. The booklet is dedicated to parents The large quartette of the Concordla ! Seminary, of St. Louis. Mo., will i of the seniors, the dedication b3ing j give a sacred concert Sunday, June; the work of Eleanor Backus. Helen j u. Strangers and visitors are al-i Morrow, writing the "foreword", re- ways welcome. calls that the class of '31 will be the last to be graduated from the Bryant building. "Though we regret that wo cannot attend the now (school, we look back with fond memories on our four happy years in Bryant," Helen remarks. The staff of the magazine follows: Editor-in-chief, Helen Morrow: associate editors, Irene Devine. John Simpson; business manager, Eugene Pearson; advertising managers. G«nevieve Hartshorn, Lyle Runchey; circulation managers, Bernice Harrington, Gladys Rising; contributing editors, Eleanor Backus, Dorothy Johnson, Karl Shumway. ' Athletic reporters, Helen Batt. Everyal Adams, Harold Blinkman; activity reporters, Xorma Greiner, Max Richardson: committee on names, Irma Dee Roupe, PRKSHYTEKIAS, .1. T,. Colemaii.i Pastor—The attention of parents and friends of the church is called to an announcement of enrollment for a vacation church school Monday, June 1 at 2 p. m. . at the. church. All children of four to 15: may enroll. For further information see the pastor. Morning wor- j ship next Sunday: Sunday school, with Its opportunity for study: .«er-! mon theme, Self Reformation. Even- Jng worship: Y. P. S. C. E.. 6:30; j sermon subject. Following the Path '• of Faith. I BAPTIST, F. H —'"Usual services next Sunday morning. The summer Sunday evening .union services will begin with thej Peter i evening service at the Presbyterian Chubb, Dorothy Taylor, Jos. Jordan, Arlene Sunding, Wilma Behrends; art editor, Eugene Kelly; assistant art editors, Anna Gillingham, Edna Jordan, Edgar Finnell. Joke editors, William Ferguson, Hazel Neelings, James Vipond; cla.ss reporters, junior—Helen Becker; 'sophomore—Ruth Robinson: fresh- church, the Rev. C. V. Hulse, preaching. . . The Rev. and Mrs. Frank H. Webster will leave Sunday afternoon to attend commencement exercises at Simpson college at which the daughter Elizabeth will be graduated. They plan to return June 3. Belated news of interest to old- timers Is the fact that Mrs. T. A. Tiliinghast, 97, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Cairns, of | Appleton, Minn., April 24. I Her maiden name WHS Pollna A. i Godspeedj and she was born In New 1 York In 1S35- and lived there till ! marriage. Mr. Tiliinghast died 25 ' years ago. ! After marriage they moved to 1111- j nois, where they lived two years. In 11855 they came to Irvington- and | lived with Mr, and Mrs. Thomas I Roblson till a log house could be ! built. They brought with them a ! cow, the first at Irvington. [ Mrs. Tilllnghast revisited Irvington some yearS ago and recognized la-few places. She dlctlnctly re- j membercd Brint Roblson. then a I boy of seven, later considered one of ! Irvlngton's pioneers. ] After she left Irvington Mrs. Tll- | linghnst lived many years at Nash' ua. and her body was. taken there for Interment in the cemetery beside the "little Brown church." There survive four children, three of whom were born at Irvington: Mrs. Eva Smith, Nashua; Mrs. Lll- lie Mitchell, Sabeth, Kans.; Mrs. Cairns; and Hugh Tiliinghast, Long Beach, Calif. Mrs. Tiliinghast was a great aunt of Mrs. Frank Gelgel, of Algona. it throughout the game. Two more j • runs came in for the Grays in the j third inninpt but Slifer rallied to get three runs in the first half of the fourth, making the score 5-3. Algona tightened in the fifth, and j Dr. R. C. Ball, Titonka, was elect- brought in a run to make the score j e d president, and Dr. L. W. Fox, 6-3. and in the sixth three more | Algona. vice president of the North Algona will meet Thor in a Memorial da? gamp at the baseball park south of the swimming pool Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The Thor team is touted as one uf the best thi.s season. Alpona has two victories to its credit and the game promises to h" w?ll-played and hard fought. Sunday the Algona Grays will play nt Bayside, and the Algona Military band will give the Bayside concert. This is the opening date for the Bayside park, and the choice of both the baseball team and hand reflects credit on the merit of both organizations. Thor defeated Gilmore City 2-1 in 14 innings, and Algona defeated the same team 1-0 in nine innings. Preceding the big game u Junior league game will be played. The Algona. Grays downed Sllfer pool. Algona took the lead in the the first inning, gath- in three scores and maintained. KOSSUTH VETERINARIANS NAMED DISTRICT OFFICERS ates whose records and photos appear are-. Everyal Adams, Ruth Banwart, Eleanor . Backus, Otis Barr, Helen Behrends, Alva Ben- Blinkman, Burnetta Hazel Casler, Peter Pas- this afternoon with Mrs. H. M. Harris, 415 South Minnesota . . . The. Sunday school is sponsoring a vacation Bible school in charge of four religious education teachers at this church which will open June 8. Parents are urged to co-operate.' Batt, Wilma son, Harold Bonnstotter. Chubb, Vivian Dale. Irene Dalziel, Helen Doughari. Esther Dearchs, Irene Devine, Sara Doran. -Michael Elbert, Wilma Etherington. William Ferguson, Edgar Finnell. Annai- , - .,,, Gillingham, Edna Gilmore, Xorma | best Preachers m the middle Greiner, Bernice Harrington. Gene Lulu i CONGREGATIONAL, F. J. Clnrk, j Pastor—The Rev. R. L. Jackson, of ! Mason City, prominent in business, the west, ! will preach at 11 a. m. next Sunday. vieve Hartshorn. Huenhold, j FIRST LUTHERAN, C. E. Ols- Dorothy Johnson, \t-lva Johnson, | s(l ^ 1 » llstor _ Xext Sunday: Sunday Edna Jordan, Joseph Jordan, Luella Kn.pi>, Eugene Kelly. Mar-i garet Knud-sen, Margaret Amelda. Lavrenz, Charles Josephine Lee, . Gladys Mary McNei'd, Furls Miner Morrow, Hazel Xeelings, Nelson, Eugene Pearson, Pentecost, Jaunita Potter Richardson, Gladys Rising, Laabs,' ',.school at 10; morning worship. 10:45. In the evening at S the Krantz family, a good musical or- M-itern! sanlzatlon, will give a concert. Jlelenj ST _ THOMAS, F. Thorolil Eugi.-iK^ TC oc ( nr — Next Sunday: evening I'' ?m ' i prayer and sermon, 7:30. Marc i " 4 Inn a Gray runs.took the score, to 9-3. Slifer braced in the seventh, and scored three times for the final scoring of the afternoon. Edward Butler, Algona right field, knocked out a. home run in the fifth inning. A three- bagger by the same man brought in two scores in the third inning. Other three-baggers were knocked by Bonham and Scanlan for Algona, and Oman, Slifer shortstop. Cayou, Algona, struck out 14 men, and Mack for Sllfer struck out 11. Each pitcher gave three walks. Forrest Twogood was added to the Grays Sunday, and will play the rest I of the season, so far as known now. j He played in left field Sunday, but may be switched to another position in future games. The box score follows: ABE. H PO ... 5119 ... 4 2 Central Iowa Veterinary Medical association at a convention at Fort Dodge last Thursday. Doctor Fox was on the program in the afternoon meeting, and led a discussion on Diseases of Swine. The convention was held in the Warden hotel, and there was a dinner-dance in the evening attended by more than 150 guests. Doctor and Mrs. Fox, Dr. and Mrs. J. O. F. Price, Dr. *and Mrs. H. R. Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Morrison, and Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whittemore, and Doctor and Mrs. Ball, Titonka, were in attendance. The convention is held annually at Fort Dodge. THREE SEEK DIVORCE IN DISTRICT COURT Three divorce petitions, were filed last week. Ethel M. Munch Is asking a divorce from George B. Munch on charges of desertion. The couple u who lived at Whittemore, were marrle-J Iij <IWI nncl .separated In 1D2S. Mrs. Munch asks $100 temporary alimony and S40 a month. Floss Shipler, Ramsey township, is asking a divorce from Clyde Shipler and the custody of six children: Lyle, US; Louise, 13; Fay, 11: Stanley, 10; Lewis, s; and Cecil, 6. They were married in 1914, and Mrs. Shipler charges her husband with cruel and Inhuman treatment. William Kuhn, Algona, is seeking a divorce from Florence Kuhn. They were married April 27, 1931, and the petition alleges that Mrs, Kuhn returned to her home at Chicago two days after the ceremony. Mr. Kuhn charges fraud and misrepresentation. FORMER ALGONA GIRL GETS PHOTO IN CHICA60JAPERS Tuesday's Chicago, newspaper^ printed pictures of Mary E. Atwellj who attended the Algona high school In 11024 and' 1925, and announced her engagement to Albert Moore, halfback and star on the Northwestern university football team. Miss Atwell was adjudged one of eight most- beautiful girls on the Northwestern campus this spring, and is featured as such in the college yearbook. She is a niece of Jerry Gutstadt, who for several years managed the Algona hotel, later moving to Illinois. She is a member of the' Alpha Phi sorority, and Mr. Moore Is a member of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity. Mr. Moore Is a Junior; Miss Atwell graduates this year. AL60HIAMS AID HAJIPTON DIAMONNUBILEE PUNS County Agent Morrison, Al enlminer, and C. E. Chubb were nt Hampton last week Wednesday night to attend a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce there to^ lay plans for a Diamond Jubilee 14-15. The three local men talks on how the Algona celebration was organized, etc. and Mr. Morrison gave movies on the Jubilee historical parade here. The historical book, which Is kept at the local library. was taken to Hampton and left for reference. June gave *.- WANT ADS | 4 — r ~* PARTLY MODERN HOUSE TO ,. en t.—\v. C. Danson. FOR RENT— FURNISHED sleeping room. 607 East State, Phone 501. _ FOR RENT— FURNISHED LIGHT housekeeping rooms, close in.— Mrs. J. H. Riddle, 202 B. College^ p37 WOMAN'S SMALL COIN AND currency purse lost Friday in front Council Oaks store. — Geneva Walters, Whittemore. 16p37 WANTED: SALESMEN FOR NEW free-wheeling device. Fits all cars, retails at $18.00. Must be able to buy unit to be Installed on own car for demonstrator. Sensational sales opportunity. See Mr. Glentzer, European Hotel. 34p37 Shumway, John Simpson. Kuthrynj Smith, Eldon Stoffel, Arieno Sum!-: ing, Dorothy Taylor, Marjorio Turner, James Vipond, Pearl Walker, and Clara Wie.se. • ' Divisions of the book include: class prophecy, class will; cla.ss history; commencement calendar; class play; histories O f the junior, sophomore, and ..freshman classes, the glee clubs, the orchestra and band-, the declamatory contestants, and the extemporaneous debaters; sports; and a joke section, in which appears the advertising which helps pay for the book. Illustrations show the Bryant school building, the magazine's staff, the faculty, the seniors, juniors, sophomores, and freshmen, both glee clubs, the orchestra and the band, declamatory contestants, the debaters, the yell leaders, the football team, the boys' basketball team, the senior girls' basketball team, and a group photo of the high school, a print of which was placed in the cornerstone of the new building last fall. Drawings made by Eugene Kelly illustrate the class prophecy, the class will, the junior-senior banquet, the quartet, the orchestra and band, and the declamatory contestants. STORES OPEN TOMORROW NIGHT; CLOSED SATORDAY Algona— Bonham, Ib Sranlan, 3b Ellor, i Marty, ct 'Hill, ss ! Twogooil, If ! O'Brien, c 'Cayou, p i Butler, rf-2h 4 4 M'ertz, 2b 2 \Vatts, 2b-rf 1 1 0 0 3 2 1 1 1 3 13 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 Kenefick Moves. » Dr. M. J. Kenefick plans to move j next week from bis offices in the former Algona hospital building, lately sold to the Masonic lodge, to the former Dr. A. L. Rist offices over, the James drug store, recently vacated by the Marigold Beauty Shoppi.. Florence Nelson will ue- ! main will, the doctor as office girl. | « , • 1 Coylc is Democrat! Old Algona friends of Judge J. F. i Totals a" Sllfer- cVlgona stores will be closed clay Saturday, Memorial day, accord-1 Umsted, 3h f> inff to action taken last week by | H. Lindgren. 11)-— 5 the Business Men's Council of the I in^al-s, cf 4 Algona Community club. Thi.s ao-1 T. Lln'dgren, c 5 tion was taken in conformance with ! p',. cyer| ]f _'___"_ 3 the program of closing for 'Memorial lay, Fourth uf July, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's day each year, and remaining open on all other occasions, except possibly closing one afternoon of the fair. The only exception to the closing 'Saturday- will be grocery and drug stores, which will close at HO a. m. for the balance of the clay. All stores will be open tomorrow evening keeping regular Saturday evening hours to enable shoppers to make purchases in the evening- for the two day vacation. 37 9 11 27 10 AB R H PO A E Coyle were mildly astonished- to learn from a newspaper dispatch 7'i that he had filed notice with J. C. A, 0, BILSBOROU8H, SETTLER IN KOSSUTH IN 1880, DIES Archibald . D. Bilsborough, born at Independence June ' 26, 18'G'o, died here Tuesday. At 15 he came here with his parents, and spent his remaining years in this county. His wife, three sons, AVillis, of Armstrong, and Floyd and Russel, of Algona, also a daughter, Mrs. Nettie Larson, of Dwight, 111., survive; also three brothers, William, of Fenton, Tom, of Algona, and Winnie, of Armstrong. There are two sisters, Agnes Bilsborough and Mrs. H. E. Miner, both of Algona. Eight grandchildren are living. 4 Wesley Store Looted. Wesley, May 26—Thieves who obtained entrance through the back door, stole several sacks of sugai and flour from the Kraus store last week Wednesday night; also the entire stock of potatoes. Oman, ss 5 Holt, rf 5 Pack, 2h 4 Mack, p 3 Bowels, If 2 0 \ 2 S 1 2 2 11 1 0 3 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 McFarland, of Humboklt county, of a change in politics from Republican 0 i to Democrat. The Judge has been TAX SALE NOTICE To Gustav E. Poison and Presnell Chap In— You are hereby notified that on the 30th day of January, 1928, the following described real estate, situated in the county of Koesuth, and •^^•M"^^^™""^^ Demand to see Ball and Bottle . It Proves That New lso. Not Thin Out From I>t| nHei State of Iowa, West Half of Seventeen (17), of Wesley, Block Iowa, was sold by the Treasurer of said county to E. J. Murtagh and duly assigned to Eugene Murtagh, who Is now-the lawful holder of the certificate of purchase thereof. That right of redemption will expire and a deed tor said land be made unless redemption from such sale be made •vyithin. ninety days from the completed service of this notice. Dated this 27th day of May, A. D. 1031. 37-30 EUGENE MURTAGH. H. W. Post Dray and Transfer Long Distance Hauling Every load insured against loss and damage of all kinds. Equipped to do all kinds of hauling and draying. PHOKE 298 Algona, Iowa. 1 i o MATTER when you drain, New lad-Vis will have the same body it had when it was put in. New Iso-Vis is the only motor oil that will not thin out from dilution. See the proof of tin's at any Standard Oil Service Station or dealer. Get a fill of New Iso- Vis .today. At draining time go back and let them show you the Ball and Bottle Test with your own used oil. If you accept this challenge, you'll be convinced. out O/ fndicmapofi* Certified by A. A. i\ 1 Iso-Vis Motor Oil did out from dilution. ' 2 During the entire tert'i miles, the engines and (' cars were lubricated eft 3 Oil Ad.lccl: only «/ 1000 f,3 average for nil cars-ofhJ (Heavy) in 1,000 mile tent ,tlj| per hour. WATCH FOIJ ISO-VIS TBSIJ oluritlC also is refined by our new f H an efficiency which it exceeded only by New Iso-Vis. Theprhsiillcw STANDARD OH. C<f>MI»A^Y (b. a life long Republican. No reason for the change has been announced. Totals- 41 6 11 24 7 2 Score by Innings: 123456780 Slifer 0 00300300 Algona 3 0201300s WHITTEMORE SCHOOL GLASS ENTERTAINED AT WEST BEND ALGONA S, U, I, STUDENT IS DRAMATIC AWARD WINNER Alice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rist, was one of four students given first individual awards in a series of competitive plays between students in the dramatic department of the state university. She was also a member of the cast of "Man on the Kerb," which won first in play competition. There were more than 125 students included in the contests. Alice will complete her sophomore year this week. She had one year at Rockford college. CORWITH MAN IS RUN OVER BY TRACTOR|_FEW INJURIES Walter Nail, Corwith, was run over by his Farm-All tractor Satur- , day, and was brought to the Ko.s- i ''lass, but only six attended: Bernice suth hospital here for treatment. On ; Balgeman, Lydiu Meyer, Rosella Voiglit, Lillian Heidenwith, Geneva and Josephine Langerman. Two un- uble to b e there were Grace Carlisle and Raberta Wohlenhaupt. A 6:30 Whittemore, May 26 — The high school home economics class had a party at Michael Buttemore's, West Bond, Friday evening, Mrs. Butte- morp was once a teacher of the class. There were eight girls in the the way to the house for lunch, Nail jumped out of the running tractor and ran ahead to open a gate. When he started to climb back on he tractor he missed his footing and fell in front of the machine. He escaped with bruises and a broken wri.st. The machine ran over his j budy lengthwise, scraping one side of his head but doing no serious injury. supper was served, and then songs were sung, with other entertain tnent. Other guests were William Heller, Ralph Walker, Edward Heller, Lloyd Walker, Herbert SSumach, Herman Behnke, and Lester Quinn. ALGONA BAND AND BASEBALL The i Bayside, May 26 — The "Grand Opening" of Bayside Amusement ! Park takes place next. Sunday, whe n ] the 40-piece Algona band will be one j of the attractions. The program rn MITT OTATr I Ailll will also include the Harrisons in a lU Mttl OlAlt LAW unique bicycle act. The Bayside ! manager, John Shea, is booking at- Wesley Independent' school u -aetions for every Sunday. . Next WESLEY SCHOOL BOND VOTE Gold Medals Offered. The Chicago Producers Commis- 'Sion association is again offering Dl AV AT r bAVClhc CMllnlivl Kokl metlals f °r county 4-H baby FLAY Al DAlilUb OUNUAY jbeef club champions and silver | medals for pig club champions. Medals were received last year by Alvin Erpeldlng, Bode, on a grade Angus steer, and Burton Thomson Ssvea City, on a purebred Poland China sow and litter. district, which recently voted .5-0,000 in bonds for an addition to the schoolhouse, is the first to feel the effects of a new law passed by the recent general assembly. This provided that in order to authorize bonds the same must be carried by a majority of 05 per c<-nt or bettor. The majority was under i;,~) per cent, and the bonds then-fore failed. Sunday at 3 o'clock, a fast ball name will be played by the widely known Algona team against the Eldora Cubs, jmd the Al.tfona bund will entertain fans between innings. Tost Reward Signs. Pleaso post your protective sign, if you have received it, so all may know you are u paid-up member. Unless your sign is posted you do not receive full protective value. If you have paid your dues mid have not received your sign, let the county agent know, and it will be forwarded immedkitelv. -*Pastor's Wife BereaA'ed. The Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner received sad news of the death of Mrs. liruner'fj mother after a long Sunday afternoon at llub- t tho age of S7 years. The :A .Mrs. Braner left Tuesday :; '.''.'i Llvermore to attend the fatr-i Festival Planned. The Algona Trinity Ev. Lutheran congregation will celebrate its annual mission festival Sunday, June T. PLCV. H. Wrede, of Garner, will be the forenoon speaker and Rev. I. Kitzman, of \Vefit Bend, will conduct English .services in the afternoon beginning at 2:30 o'clock. Special songs will be given by the school children. Crnwfords Depart. The Dr. H. H. Crawfords left Tuesday for their ne w home at Indianapolis where the doctor will be employed in medical research work by the Eli Lilly Drug Mfg. company. They were to spend Tuesday night at the doctor's old home at Fort Dodge. Boy Uitten by Dog. Lf'dyiml, May 20 — Last week j Tuesday Nordine Strand, on his way Walloy is Practicing, Corwith, May 2G—Dr. P. E. Wailey, osteopath who came here from Algona a few months ago, has bought a house and lot north of the Farmers Implement Co.'s shop and will take possession June 1. Doctoi Walley is Corwith's only physician * Woman Wins Pony. Fenton May 2«—A Shetland pony given away at the Fenton Electric theater Saturday night was won b Mrs. Wilbert Huldorff. you* Ed Erickson, who has for some. years driven the street sprinkler, | nas for the last few weeks sick with anemia. Mr. and Mi-s. Ralph Bauer, Wesley, are parents of a boy born at the Kossuth hospital last week AVednesday. The Fred Behnkendorf family and Mrs. Louise Ruhnke, of Lu Verne, were the guests of the Robert Dreyers Sunday. A. L. Peterson, who underwent a hernia operation at the Kossuth hospital last week Monday, is recovering rapidly. E. C. McMahon was the commencement speaker at the West Bend graduating exercises a week ago Monday. Mrs. L. E. Potter and L. D. Potter spent the week-end with the former's son, Dr. L. D. Potter, of Storm Lake. Julia McEnroe will go to Dubuque today for a ten-day visit with friends. She will attend an alumni banquet at Clark college. The N. Victor Lowes spent. Saturday and Sunday at Hampton guests of Mrs. Lowe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. AV. W. Schroyer. George Call ,and his son George Jr., of Sioux City, spent Saturday and Sunday with the former's mother-in-law, Mrs. S. C. Spear. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson and children, of Forest City, spent Sunday with . Mrs. Larson's parents, Mayor and Mrs. C. P. Specht. Mrs. .C. o. Simpson entertained the Get-Together club at luncheon and bridge Monday. Mrs. A. L. Peterson won the high score. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bleasner, their daughter Wilma, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Gales, all of Remvick, spent Sunday with Mrs, W. F. Green. Le Roy Gronbach. 11, son of Herman Gronbach, Livermore, was brought to the Kossuth hospital Saturday for medical treatment. Dr. and Mrs. L. AY. Fox and Mr. jvnd Mrs. Joseph Harig spent Sunday at l-iost Island fishing. They caught a fine string of bullheads. Don't Rasp Your Thro With Harsh Irritants City Collision. K (,' Mr. and Mrs. T. P. up town 10 meet his father, was attacked and bitten in the face by a lurye dog-. The boy was immedi- •i Willis Glasgow, for-!atuly taken to Doctor Cretzmeyer at rr.otba.ll captain, were j Algona \\-\\o found no serious re- i s.i;tomobile collision | suits, .-aiurday c-venln Coining. L. R. Nurse Graduated. Lone Hock, May 20—Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Chrlstenson attended gradu- in Koaauth u who have n planning land-j atlng exercises at Broadlawns hospital, Des Moines, May 12, in which their daughter Marleta was graduated. She has accepted employment in the same hospital. "Reach for a LUCKY instead" Now! Please!-Actually put your finger on your Adam's Apple. Touch it-your Adam's Apple— Do you know you are actually touching your larynx?- This is your voice box —it contains your vocal chords. When you consider your Adam's Apple, you are considering your throat—your I vocal chords. Don't rasp your throat with harsh irritants -Reach for a LUCKY instead -Remember, LUCKY STRIKE is the only cigarette in America that through its ex. elusive "TOASTING" process expels certain harsh irritants present in all raw tobaccos. These expelled irritants are sold to manufacturers of chemical compounds. They are not present in your LUCKY STRIKE, and so we say "Consider your Adam's Apple." CONFIDENTIAL Loan Service We are now representing the HAWKEYE FINANCE Co., a local company. Make your small monthly" payments at our office. To responsible parties we can make loans from $50 to $300 on a few minutes notice and give you 20 months in whick' to* pay it back. . • l If financial trouble comes to you, come to us. CUNNINGHAM & LACY 107 W, State St. Phone 598 TUNE IN- TJi« Lucky Strike Dance Orchei Ira, * Tue»4oy, riday <?nd 's toaste Saturday c overN.B. work* the SunihJnt Mflbwf Your Throat Rrot*cttoiu.aaa|iift V jolet

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