Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 20, 1931 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 20, 1931
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KOSStfTH COUNTY ADVANCK, ALQONA. IOWA IAL PARK CELEBRATION , IOWA THURSDAY, AUGUST 27 2 P. M. tanrroft vsl Whiiiettiore. Whittemore will have « of DowsVln the box, and is making an effort we Hancock; colored catcher, from Lone Rock. Chicken Dinner Served at 5 O'clock. Concessions and Games of All Kinds. DANCE IN EVENING Music by Al Menke and His Gang. IjQCALS I hi Al GOH A »> F.S.NORTONi/bONS • The E. J. McEvoys are spending a vacation at Muscatlne, Mrs. Me- Evoy's old home. Cilff Aalfs, Armour representative here, spent the week-end at Sioux City, visiting his parents. .EHwibeth Schoby, Mason City, •spent last week with her grandmother, Mrs. R. E. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Long are expected tomorrow, following several days with New Hampton relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Deest left S.unday for a week with relatives at points In South Dakota and Minnesota. 1 Father Davern chaperoned a group of 36 academy high schoo pupils at the Okobojls last Thurs ay. Raymond, 16, son of Edward Trey Corwith, had his appendix re oved at the Kossuth hospital Sat •day. County Treasurer and Mrs. H. N. I frpra Waterloo, where she had'vis- ° r Ml- ' and Mrs - A ' D ' ruse spent Sunday at Welcome, lted re]at | ves several days She is Mr - a™ 1 Mra - Gerald Hartshorn, Inn., visiting Mrs. Kruso's mother, the datlghter o£ Mrs . Mary Keefe , of Washington, D. C., arrived last 3 years old. north of tovrn< and )s emp i oyed at week Wednesday from Des Molnes, Julia Earth was called to Rock Minneapolis, but Is spending a six| where ^ they^ had visited^ slnpe the alley Tuesday by news of the sick- weeks vacation here. "" "---'- "'- AGCtPT COMPLIMENT. •FROM'VooRTWENDS BUT ORDER COAL Of= F.S.NORTON</50N MAJfRIALSroa BUILDING v FUELS roa HEATING PHONE ZZ9 ALGONA go because of the death of her husband's mother. Thelma Keneflck, sister of Dr. John Keneflck and niece of Dr. M. J. Koneflck, had her tonsils removed at the Kossuth hospital Friday. Her home Is at Eagle Grove, and she was accompanied to Algona by her sister Naomi, pharmacist In their father's drug store. Thelma was woman's state champion tennis player last year. Mrs, Gladys South, Norfolk, Neb., Is Mrs. Loren Mlnklcr's successor at she She arrived Monday and has rented the era, and Mr. Daniels Is in the coal justness. Caroline Wlllger, employed a.t the -Inwcott & Ogg store, has been tak- ng a two weeks vacation, but will •eturn to work Monday. She came ionic Tuesday from Bode, where she visited the John Frlders family since Saturday. G. D. Shumway upstairs apartment. The W. S. Windells have word Mra - South has a 7-year-old son who that their son-in-law, J. H. Thorau, will come Septemebr 1 to attend is to receive a master's degree at school here. Mrs. Mlnkler now has the state university, Iowa City, at charge'of a ready-to-wear shop at commencement exercises this week. Charles City. Mrs. Thorau is Lela, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fayette Richards Chrischllles & Herbst's, where has charge of ready-to-wear. the Windells. Princeton, 111., and two sons wen Mrs. W. L. Topf, her mother and home yesterday, after a week will son, all of Minneapolis, stopped here Mr. Richards' parents, Mr. and Mrs Tuesday for a short visit with A. D. Richards. The elder Mr. am" friends.' Mrs. Topf was formerly Mrs. Richards, their guests, th Mildred Hulsc, and she was steno- Floyd Richards family, Swea City grapher for Sullivan & McMahon and the Merle Richards family, Lon during the war. Dorothy Keefe returned Tuesday Rock, spent Monday at the Okobo Jis. Floyd and.Merle are other son ms made hla expenses from wln- ilngs. This is the largest shoot of he kind held In the world, and ontestants come from the ends of he earth, between 1000 and 1200 .ontestants taking part. The shoot starts tomorrow and lasts ten days. VIr. and Mrs. C. H. Chapman, of the 3reat Atlantic & Pacific Tea store, will also attend. The Chapmans, who will be away two or three weeks, went to Cedar Rapids Tues- lay to see Mrs. Chapman's mother, ind then wero to visit relatives at Clinton and Freeport, 111. hear at once fr babies to be Ji Sioux City Vis Mrs. M. P. % women Saturdt In honor of Sioux City. I talnment, and served at a li town guest wt San Antonio, ' Oth< Bridge was the enter- refreshments were late hour. An out-of- By Eva W. Strelt. P. C. Club Issues Yearbooks— The Plum Creek Social and LI terary club has Issued Its 1931-1932 yearbooks. The club's officers are president, Nellie McWhorter; first vice president, Mae Fitzgerald; sec* ond vice president, Ella Hutchlns, third vice president, Mary Kain; sec rotary- treasurer, Jessie Altwegg assistant secretary-treasurer, Elsie Wilrett; corresponding secretary preceding Monday with Mrs. Hart- lone Bacon, tee consists The program commit of Violet Benschoter She expects to re- M d M „,„, Rllnchev „„„„» Corn's parents. They returned to Mi. and Mrs. Ellis Runcney spent _. Mn | no . rr,..-,,.-,..., „„,-, ...,,, .,.....-„ ess of a sister, urn Sunday. The Oran O'Keefes, Lakota, were I home 'they encountered heavy rain Des Molnes Tuesday and will return Washington in a few days. Gerald, who Is the son of Barber and Mrs. J. Hartshorn, is attending mong former Algonians who at-1 a t many points, but the areas were ended the Methodist homecoming Spotted, some districts having re-1 Q^etow'nTnlversttv "an"d ere Sunday., cel ved water, while elsewhere the I teor k et °wn university and Mrs. Mary Otto, Sioux City, came rain was almost a cloudburst. Friday for a week, with Mr. and D. H. Goeders attended a meeting She is Mrs. | of the state fish and mean- I while works in the census bureau, mot,er mother. where his wife is also employed. Larson and her Maxlne, and nwt o J. 11CUUUL d, A*LCW11I1>^, U.11U iVldC- sion at Des Molnes Sunday, return- dlth ^turned last week Wednesday A. M. Jasperson, Glendale, Calif., ing Monday. Mrs. Goeders accom- trom wino^ Minn., where they s spending a week or so with • his panled him. Mr. Goeders left again hacl spent a w 'eek with Mrs. Broder- laughters, Mrs. H. L. McCorkle and Tuesday on business for the com- sen formerly Dorothy Guderian Mrs. Hiram White. ' mission, of which he is a member. Gertrude Guderian accompanied the Mrs. R. J. Keen and her daugh- Mrs. C. K. Clark spent last week ,Larsons home. Gertrude's mother ters Eleanor and Marylin visited the at the Twin Cities and Elk River, Mrs. William Philo, and Mr. Phllo Walter Schobys at Mason City from Minnesota. She visited the C. O. who have been living at Winona Saturday till Tuesday. Christiansens at St. Paul, the T. A. will move September 1 to Mason Mrs. Thos. Akre was taken home Oberlanders at Minneapolis, and Mr. City where Mr. Philp, who is a bus- Sunday from the Kossuth hospital, Clark's sister, Mrs. Anthony Byson, M n ess college instructor, has secured where she recently underwent an operation .for gallstones. Elk River, returning Saturday. employment. Mrs. C. A, Norwood, . who left Al- 1 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffith who has for two weeks been sick with a nervous breakdown and heart trouble, was reported Unproved yesterday. Scott Fraser.Philadelphia teacher, sona 26.years ago, was recently vot- his wife, and little daughter Peggy ea the best-looking woman in at- •u-e visiting Scott's parents, Dr. tendance at an Iowa picnic at and Mrs. Walter Fraser. Seattle, where she has made her home since leaving Algona. Mrs. Nonvooo is a. sister of G. C. Barton. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Esser, Glen Haven, Wis., and their daughter . Bernice came Tuesday to visit Mrs. Senator L. J. Dickinson sot home Bsser -, s toother, 'Charles Hoffman, Sunday from a rush trip to Wash-,L,,, ^ zenSer & "Caiawell store. Mr. ington, D. C., to look after tastaess I sger ^ ^ ^ ^ . at points will move tomorrow into Mrs. Susie Nellie McWhorter, Jessie Altwegg Ethel Johnson, Maude Jergcnson Lela Seeley, Kate McCorkle, and •Lola • Gardner. The club's motto i 'Life is as great as we make It. The club was scheduled for a pic nlc yesterday, with Sadie Hopkins i charge of program and Mary Olso In charge of menu. Evening C. C. Party Next Week- Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Bonar, members of the house committee of the Country club, presided as hostess at the regular Tuesday afternoon party at the clubhouse, In the absence of the scheduled committee. There were 28 present, and the high scores were won by Mrs. H. O. Buell, Burt, and Mrs. J. T. Chris-, chllles. The next evening party will take, place next. Tuesday night, with the 'ollowing committee In charge: Mr.,] and Mrs. F. C. Zender, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kohlhaas, Mr. and Mrs'. Vf. A. Vigars, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Borchardt, F. K. Levett, Father T. J. Bernlce Dearchs entertained at a | picnic supper Saturday night at the Ambrose A. Call state pauk in honor of Mary Joyce Hartman, Janesvllle, Wis. The guests were Gertrude Morrow, Mary Elizabeth Foster, Arba 3ee Long, Gertrude Long, Martha ^ewel, Muskogee, Okla., and (Ber- nlce's sister Esther. Mrs. D. R. Steelo entertained her >ridge club Monday afternoon, and Mrs. H. W. Pletch won the high score. Guests of the club were Mesdn.mes P. J. Christensen, R. H. Spencer, p. T, Nugent, F. E. Kent, and Mrs.' T. H Chrischllles' guest Mrs..O. Void, Austin, Minn » . . Taken to Cherokee. Mrs. James Godden, Algona, was taken to the state hospital, Cherokee, Saturday • for treatment. Thi recent heat wave is believed to haV undone beneficial treatment received 'dn three prelous occasions. Dr. M. G Bourne served on the county Insan Ity commission In the absence of Dr C. H. Cretzmeyer, president. RURAL LETTER CARRIERS, / WIVES MEETAT Lit VERNE tni Verne, Aug. 18 —«• There wM a good-sized attendance at a joint county rural carriers and Auxiliary meeting here last' week Tuesday, evening. Richard Niver played & clarinet solo; = Amber Rogers and Alice Ellis gave vocal solos; and Cora Mae Masterson and Elsie Hunt gave,, reodjngs. Reports of a recent state convention at ptcOrah .•ore given by the delegates, Mrs. rge, Thompson, Ledyard, and Fred Genrich, Lone. Rock. ALESBOOKS OP ALL KINDS. We get them for you and you pay 10 more than you pay outsiders wHtf ake your money out of town whew. ou get none of it back —Advance. 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. PHONE 298 Algojna, Iowa. Ours is the number that means Numberless Heatful for you. Call 229. F. S. Norton &Son Days •••»»»» In one of the government departments. -Mrs. B. P. Grettie, Chicago., had spent two months with her parents, Mr. anfl Mrs. G. T-,. "Vohs, left for home Saturday. She was "Earls Vohs. Drusilla Caiighlin -returned Tuesday from Clarksville, where she had. visited Maxlne Crawford .s'tace last week Wednesday. The -girls .'attended the I. S. T. C. last .year. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Becker, their daughter Helen, and son Billy left in the family car for' Denver, Friday for ten days with Mrs Becker's two brothers and a sister there. Mr and Mrs. Jos. Greenberg, son Harry, and daughter Tsa'bel left yes terday for a vacation in Minnesota. They will probably do some fishing and will <vlslt friends "near Among new citizens -of Algona are; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynk, late ot Webster City. Mr. X-ynk is Mid- Continent petroleum 'Corporation representative in this part of Iowa. : Mrs. Lewis Bode, Union township, 1 and her sons Bernard, Rdbert, and; Donald, spent' the week-end with 1 the W. H. Rynos at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Bode and Mrs. Ryno axe sisters, .Mrs. Nellie Van Allen Sis taMng :a two weeks vacation from her duties at the Christensen store. -She is a saleswoman in the ready-to-wear deportment, and does alteration work. .The Rev. and'Mrs. C. Max Buck, Prairie City, with their children, left'Friday, after a vis(t since last week Wednesday with Mrs. Buck's parents, M.r. and Mrs. W. A. White. George Kanouff, Milwaukee railway mail clerk, is again making the rounds at fairs and selling grand-' staffil seat pillows. He has for some years found this a profitable side- In South Dakota while his family remained here. Mr. and Mrs. Karel Horan, Jacksonville, "Fla., are parents of a son, their first child, born Saturday morn, ing. This makes Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Horan grandparents for the second time, the other grandchild being the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clemmer Horan, T^os Angeles. 'George Spongberg, Milwaukee railway mall 'clerk, and his family left recently 'for a motor tour to •points 'in 'Cana'da above International Falls. They will also'visit a sister of Mrs. Spongberg in Montana, Engler's new horn? on west State street. They have been occupying the lower apartment of the Slagle house on east Call. Mr. Griffith is employed at the'county treasurer's office. The Bunting family, in the second story of the Slagle house will have the first floor apartment Mr. Bunting, who is a Milwaukee postal railway clerk, succeeded RJ. Marty, who was recently trans ferred to St. Paul or Minneapolis. The W. F. Jenklnsons, the Glen Jenklnsons, and the L. A. Cruilt shanks drove to Clear Lake Sunday and spent the day with 'the Dr Harry Jenklnsons, Iowa City, who are vacationing in a cottage near the Odd Fellows park, west of Bayside. Marjorle Cruikshank, who had been there a -week, came home with her parents that evening, her sister Jean remaining till yesterday. The Gardners, Plum Creek, and Doctor Wolfe, of Iowa City, with his wife, son, and daughter were also there. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Jones, their Polished Plate and Non-Shatter Glass— NEW LOW PRICE Ford and Chevrolet door glass installed, $2 and $2.25. The lower price applies to other makes of cars. r Satisfaction guaranteed : - or : rnpney, r.efuiiided.:. ( . l(( () JOE GREENBERG !- '•.I'* •'.-,..,. ;!t •-.' •'"i :f-U i-j'nli Davern, and Delia and Edith Welter. Nnrrlagc Is Announced— Announcement was made at a mother's tea given by the Irvington Wide Awake 4-H club at Mrs. James Black's last Thursday of the marriage of Iris Rosa Ashing and Gordon E. Worster at Webster City, Sunday, June 21. The ceremony was performed at the Methodist chTirch t>y the Rev. P. IB. Collins at 7:15 p.- m., and the couple were attended "by Mr. .and Mrs. Milford Green, TVetoster City. The new Mrs. "Wbrster is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. O. Ashing, and the bride groom a son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Worster. and will then spend a week at Cass IjaTce in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Guy L. Taylor, Sioux City, -.vent home Sunday morning, after-several days here, disposing of Mr. Taylor's deceased sister Nellie's household goods and looking after o.ther property, including a form hort'h (.>£ Algona. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C.. T. Chubb, A. M. Jasperson, Glendale, Calif., came Monday to visit ^his daughters, Mrs. H. L. McCorkle, and Mrs. Hiram White. He was seriously injured In an auto accident some months ago, but .is now completely recovered. 'He plans to visit at ICenosha, Wls., after leaving Algona. ^ : , Mrs. "Leo Walters accompanied Mrs. 3?eter Elbert, her son Earl, Mrs. J. F. IBlbert, Mrs. M. W. Fandel,, and the latter's son Edward, all of Whittemore, to Peorla, 111., Monday to -wislt Mrs. (Peter Noe, who Is seriously ^sick. Mrs. Peter Elbert, Mrs. J. P. jalbert and Mrs.'Fandel are sisters .of Mrs. Noe. line. Herdas MaJland, Withee, Wis., Making Dreams* Come True We don't believe that you want cheapness at the expense of Quality and Satisf ap- .„ ,,, tion. What you want is more for your money and we are giving it to you m the only form that cownts: more styl 6 ' JJJSl. ... fabrics, finer workmanship, higher stand' ards all along the U»e. * That's Zender * Ca_ldwell's idea of new Fall suit vftlue&^men will aPP/e cia * "CI it means mpre satisfaction in the clothing you will go home tomorrow, after having spent the summer with her uncle, O.' Madson, the tailor. She will be a senior in high school this fall. Mrs. Geo. P. Elvidge, of Perry, went home Monday, after a 'visit since Saturday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Herman. While she was here Doctor Elvidge was in Chicago. Eddie Seifert is again visiting his mother. His headquarters are at Louisville, Ky., but he travels with a show troupe. The troupe will be at a county fair at St. James, Minn, 'next week. ' The Victor Lowes went to Hamp : ton Sunday to visit Mrs. Lowe's A. L. White, who had for some months :opera;lre l i an automobile repair shop Jn the Oliver Moe building next south «f the .Advance shop, has taken over the management of the Sinclair gas station on east 1 State street, with Andt'ew Beek as tank wagon driver, and U. W. Peterson is now running the nepair shop. •Mrs. -Nellie Van Allen, Mrs. Jos. Zittrltsch, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Crawfordj WhJttemore, • drove to Granada, Minn., Sunday to visit Mrs. Zlttvltsch's • brother, Donald Leach, who farms near there. Mrs. Van Allen and Mrs. Zittritsch re- daughter Lucille, and Mr: and Mrs. Theo. Goeders got home last Tve Wednesday night from a tour to the Black Hills and Yellowstone . park. Mr. Jones said crops were exceedingly "poor -west of Mitchell, 'S. !>.•; in fact he saw no crops worth mentioning excepting in Iowa. Beyond Mitchell there was striking evidence of damage by grasshoppers. In-many fields nothmg was left "bjit stumps Of cornstalks. The tour tooTc two weeks, and the party traveled '21560 miles. ' Among persons who came for the funeral of Robert M. Murray last Thursday were his brothers, J. M., of Spring Lake, Minn., and W. M., of Tacoma. J. M., who left here 27 years ago, Is a Fairbanks-Morse erecting engmeerl Before he left Algona he ran the light plant here. His wife is a sister of George Goetsch, near Fenton, and they have four children. W. M, 'Murray is a locomotive engineer on the Milwaukee railroad. The Murrays are among the old-time families In Algona. 'Girls 'drib Hn'Joy Outing— A group of girls who are members of the Catholic Little Flower club went to 'the Okobojis this morning for a three day outing. Their chaperons are Mrs. A. Tyler and Mrs Howard Hoenk. The girls are: Ca ther'ine Carvanaugh, Marlta an Ruth Bestenlehner, June Ade Aman, Katherine Delm, Rita Dooley Catherine Streit, Eleanor Lamuth 'Catherine Selzer, Evelyn Van Allen Frances McEnroe, and Camillt Walker. Club Sponsors "Baby Contest— At a recent meeting of the Worn an's club directors it was decidec that the -club would sponsor the an nua'l "baby health contest at th county fair. Mrs. L. M. Merritt will be in charge. It was by error an- •nouncefl in the fair premium lists that entries should, be filed with Mrs. Faith Hartman, now of Janes- Ville, Wis. Mrs. Merritt desires to FALL FOOTWEAR I Have you seen the trim, new lines of our Fall shoes? The smart appliques of contrasting leather ... the gracefully curved Spanish heels . . . browns and blacks to match every outfit . . . the variety of models for every type of foot? You'll find every desirable shoe here, at delightfully low prices. Christensen Bros. Co. Shoe Department Mr. and Mrs, H. Weiler, Mr. fUllUIIUIIIIIHKIIIM • ITS A DIFFERENT mained for a few the Craw- parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. W. New Fall Suits 18.00 21.00 22.50 29.50 IJtllVlllB, ***•» • **»*V* :• r- Schroyer. Mr. Lowe returned Monday morning, the rest remaining for the week. 'Margaret Malloy went to Ottunv wa -last Thursday for ten days with relatives. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Malloy, and her father has a harness shop in the old Algona college building. Mrs. Frank Slagle, Strawberry Point, and her daughter Clrila, went home Tuesday, after a visit here for ft week, guests of the John Lamuths. Cirila will be a senior at the state university this fall. Mrs. Lottie Kain and her sons are visiting sisters of Mrs. Kain at Valparaiso, Ind., and Harvard, 'IU-: Jack Will remain at Valparaiso .to attend . school. Mra Katn is emplpyed - at the Lathrop & Weaver abstract office. Tony aoeders was at Emmetsburg last week Monday evening, helping his another, Mrs. Nick Goeders, celebrate her 88th birthday anniversary. Among other attendants were Tony's sister, Mrs. Fred Eohn, fords returning the same night. Mr, and, Mrs. George Good, Spirit Lake, .brought the former's sister Virginia home Sunday and spent the day with George's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Good, and Mrs, Good's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Benson. Virginia had spent last week at SpU'i Lake, where George Is agent for the American Railway Express company. ' Mrs. J. F. Melamed, St. Paul, who Jias been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jos. Bloom, a few weeks, will go home Sunday with Mr. Melamed, who is expected Saturday. 'Other guests of Mr. and Mrs; (Bloom, last Thursday and Friday were Bertha Bloom, Mason City, and Florence Bloom, Minneapolis, sisters of Al and Joe. Mrs. L. M. Merrl^t and Mrs. A. H, Stock' returned Friday from Mar- ghajltown where they attended an anual Legion Auxiliary convention last week Tuesday, Wednesday, a n d Thursday. Mrs. Merritt wag a d» le gate arid' Mr4 Stock served for Mrs.:op. H, Webster, who could not and Mrs. John R. Weiler, their son Duane, Mr. and Mrs. L. A, Moser and three children, all of Relnbeck, and Anna Pomrlmson, of Traer, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley, southeast of town on the old Mann fai-m. Mr. and Mrs. W. H, Weiler are Mrs. Mawdsley's parents, and John is her brother, while Mr. Moser is one of the editors of the Reinbeck Courier. Mrs. Mawdsley was formerly Sadie Weiler, a popular Algona f teacher. The party picnicked at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R.' J. Ham, Toulon Til.,- their daughter, Mrs. J. W. Morrell, and a niece, Fannie Jackson with Mr. and Mrs. T, E3. Peterson Phoenix, Ariz., and their three children arrived Tuesday to visit the B. B. McCorkles, Mrs. Hani being Mrs. McCorkle's sister and Mrs Peterson another daughter of th Hams. The party will go to Hasl ings, Neb,, this week-end to visl other relatives. The Petersons had been visiting in Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. McCorkle entertained at dinner i Thaf s the verdict of "nearly every p ^rson who lias visited our store since our =J recent remodeling has been completed, and truly it is a different store, for this S remodeling has given us a keener desire to serve qur many friends in a bigger and S better way, or a new ambition in other words. aJ Our old stock was reduced to a very small quantity before we remodeled, and S this week we have refilled our display fbors with the finest new line of furniture =£ obtainable, and it sure gives us a thrill when we study the values we are giving S in this new merchandise, Here-are just a few samples: ' yesterday afternoon in honor of the guests, and other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McCorkle, son Donald, the Dr. H. L. Mc- Corkles, and the R. S. McWhorters, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Haxton and their daughter Gwendolyn will leave today in their car for yandalia, O., where Mr. Haxton, who clerks at the Paine * Sprense'n drugstore, will be a contestant American This is the has taken part annual .Grand liBMUcs-P shotgun shoot. W ur .t h time Mr. Haxton heretofore h« t 3-piece walnut finished Bed Boom Suite only $37.50 A sturdy well- finished End Table only $1,39 8-piece Walnut 'Dining Suite only $77,50 Red Lacquer Card Table only $1.00 A full new line of Living Room Suites direct from the factory to our store. A price to suit you, Closing Out stock of Oak Porch Swiags Only 3 left. I Price 1 5 used Oak IHft* , ing Tables, must be gold to wake room, for ti^w goods, going at almost your own. price., •, f ^VhrapkfMt^v^ ' Gftte leg table M and S chairs °»lRfjf^ Watch our new window fpr Bigger, Better furniture values. Something dil each week, , ( ,,'<<l*i1 ^ ' ' Business is good $t JUchiirdsp»'s, for our priceg have . who had tor two years been a S te^raph operator to Chicago, hf visiting the Morton Pedersons. lost Chiles \MB*\ ay. TO**)* ^ T «_li— — -«A af a. 1

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