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;,jtw 11-171*. *. f i „ K088PTM COUNTt APVANCtt. ALQONA. tOWA Itchy Toes MM* Ringworm, Athlete** Poet __ "Wliy Buffer from the queer skin causing severe itching: of «• and feet, cracking, peeling skin, asters. Ringworm, Trench Foot or otch itch, when you can avoid in- tion and quickly heal your skin nrlth Dr. Nixon's Nixoderm? Baaed *>n the famous English Hospital for- •ntila, discovered by a leading Lovi- 4on skin specialist, Dr. Nixon's Nix- •derm acts with amazing speed, because designed for this particular Mtln disease. Nixoderm is guaranteed. It must stop itch and quickly Xwal your skin or the small cost wlU •M refunded. E. W. JuUSBY'S BKUfi STOBE THIS WOMAN LOST 64 POUNDS OF FAT Mrs. H. Price of Woodside, L. I., •writes: "A year ago I weighed ISO Ibs. I started to take Kruschen and now I weigh 126 and never felt bet ter in my life and what's more, I Book more like 20 yrs. old than the another of 2 children, one 19 and the ether 18. Every one of my friends say it's marvelous the way I retraced." To lose fat with speed take a half ieaspoonful of Kruschen in a glass •of hot water before breakfast every morning—don't miss a morning—an 85 cent bottle lusts 4 weeks—get it •at E. W. Lusby's or any drug store in America. If not joyfully satis fied after the first bottle—money back. BAKING, POWDER SAME PRICE for over 4O I years double acHnq OUNCES FOR MIUIONSOF POUNDS USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT Amiual Cattle Congress And A1 lied Shows Biggest Show Ever A MeT«r-<0'b« * forgotten exposition of dairy cattle, draft horses, poultry and waterfowl, Sixteen immense buildings and forty acres of land fined with industrial and educational exhibits. A great amuse merit program twice daily. Continuous concerts by famous band, orchestras, glee clubs, etc., and Electric Park in full blast. Seven days of inspiration, education and entertainment for every member of the family. Waterloo, Iowa Sept.28-Oct.4 "Oh, Jim.,, it's so good to hear your voice" Voices of loved onts who «r» away can b* heard at any Urn* no natter where you are, by— LONG DISTANCE Cott WHITTEMORE CLASSES NAME NEW OFFICERS Whittemore, Sept. 22—High school enlors elected officers last week, lary D. Schiltz is senior class ad- Isor, William Heller is president, ,loyd Walker Is treasurer. The senor colors are amber and white, and he flower Is daisy. The motto is, Fortune favors the brave." There re only five seniors this year: Esher Behnke, Linda Roeber, Martin Vagner, William Heller, and Lloyd Valker. The juniors held their meeting ist Friday, and Verena Hentges Is lass advisor. Rosella Voight was looted president, Harold Wagner, Ice president, Lillian Heidenwith, ecretary and treasurer, and Verdell Laurltzen, Henry Hahn, Lester Quinn were named on the entertain- nent committee, and Harold Wager and Bernice Balgeman on the efreshment committee. The juniors re planning a Halloween party. r ormcr Resident Is Head— • Whittemore relatives and friends vere grieved the first of last week o learn that John Gappa, long-time esldent of Fairfield township, liad lied at Fairmont, Minn. When taken ill he was visiting his son Charles, northwest of Whittemore. t was known then that his condi- ion was serious, and he was moved his home. The Gappas lived northwest of Whittemore for a number of years, retiring a few yean tgo to Fairmont. Funeral services vere held Thursday morning at Fairmont. ar Ditched; Two Arc Hurt— A Mr. and Mrs. Washburn, Cedar Rapids, were injured in an accident Sunday on the pavement. Anothei car in front of the Washburn cat vas hogging the road. To prevent iltting the car Mr. Washburn step>ed on the brakes and their cai urned over. Mr. Washburn had one ear almost cut off, and Mrs Washburn received a number ol broken ribs. They are patients at the Dr. J. W. McCreery hospital. Ha In Postpones Baseball Game— A baseball game between Whitte- nore and Lone Rock high schoo teams Friday at Lone Rock was- postponed because of rain. A kit- :enball game between Whittemore and Lu Verne teams Friday evening under the lights at Corwith was also postponed. Whittemore and Lu Verne have balanced pretty evenly during the kittenball season. 'Lu Verne lost three games and AVhitte more two. II. S. Students Plan Play— AVhittemore students have selecte Hoodoo for their fall play. The cas is composed of lola Barber, Myrtl Barber and Matilda Wagner, eight grade, Alvera Behnke, Ruth Vaud June Wehrspan, Lillian Kueckei Delores Kloock, Dorothy Heiclen with, Wilbur Roeber, John Mosbacl Rudolf Hahn and Louis Vaud freshmen; Lyclia Meyer, Leo Do- rid Mrs. Charles Carroll, Milwau- ee, Wls. Mrs. Carroll was formerly Hilda Faulstich. Gertrude, daughter of the" M;'-.BY Farrells, Was called home by sick* ess of her brother Lloyd, who,has een ill in bed the last year or more, he Is studying nursing In a Mlnne- polls hospital. Mrs. Peter N%w and Augusta 'rlester visited a few days the past reek at Henry Prlester's near leepy Eye, Minn. Mrs. New and Uss prlester are sisters of Mr. Hester. Lawrenz Meyer returned home aturday from the John Nlssen ome at Eld'ora, where he had been isltlng };he past week. His father George Meyer met him at Renwick laturday. Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Woodward vere in Fort Dodge last week Tues- ay, and Doctor Woodward, had his onsils removed by a Dr. Martin, 'hey returned the same day. Mrs. Joseph AValters and Geneva A r alters, .accompanied by Mr. and Irs. Joseph Kollasch Sr., Were Sun- lay guests at the Joseph Kollasch r. home at Bancroft. The Fred AVegeners, of Lone Rock, ;pent Sunday evening at Arthur Heidemvith's. Mrs. \Vegener and Ir. Heidenwith are sister and irother. Mrs. Joseph Noe and two daugh- ers, and Paul Wagner, of Meta- nore, 111., visited last week at the 'andel, Elbert, and Elsele homes. F. J. Rockford and agriculture students had planned -to visit a corn ield Friday, but because of the rain he trip was postponed. Little Norma Lee Reimers, oldest laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rel- ners, suffered a broken collar-bone n a fall last week. Mrs. Otto Behnke and son Henry, of Chicago, left Friday morning for their home. They spent last week at H. AV. Behnke's. Mary Elizabeth Elbert left last ,veek Tuesday for Fort Dodge, to begin a course in nurse's training at Mercy hospital. Last Saturday a baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Rhinard Zu- nach. They now have three boys and two girls. Mary Alma O'Brien has been quite sick the past week at her home lorth of town. ' WILL BED GATE NEW LU VERNE CHURCH SUNDAY WOMAN'S CLUB AT FENTON HAS OPENING MEET gotch, and mores. !3clin Mallory, sopho- Dreivs to Move to Farm—The John Drew family is preparing to move onto a small farm adjoining Graettinger before October. The Drew family has lived here three or four years and Mr. Drew operated the pool hall till he sold out to C. W. Laurltzen. lass is The Whittemore Y. P. society honored the Confirmation class at a viener roast last Thursday evening at the Albert Vaudt grove. About 0 attended. Games were played. Wieners, buns, marshmallows, and oop was served. Wliittemore Peaches Enjoyed— Last week a few Whlttemore friends had the pleasure of eating peaches grown in Whlttemore by Mrs. J. F. Elbert. Mrs. Elbert's peaches were as good as any tasted this year, though they may not have been so large. Mallard Olrls are Defeated— The Mallard girls' kittenball team was defeated by the Whittemore girls S-2 Sunday on the local diamond. An even game was expected but Whittemore played a fast game. Girl's Finger Hurt, in Kittenliall— Sunday afternoon while playing kittenball at the public school, June Wehrspan stretched a ligament in her ring finger on her left hand, causing intense pain. Cow Kicks Youth's Hand— Ralph Reimers fractured a bone in his hand Sunday morning while milking a cow. The cow kicked and struck him on the hand. Other Whittemore News. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dacken, Plum Creek, and Paul Schneider, of Clinton, Minn., spent last week Tuesday at the Arthur Heidenwith home. Mr. Schneider had been visiting relatives and friends in and around Algona having come clown to attend the funeral services of his sister, Mrs Charles Geilenfeld Sr., of Algona Mr. Heidenwith is a nephew of Mrs Henry Dacken and Mr. Schneider. The Peter Kollasch family, Burt spent Sunday at the Reinharc Behnke home. They were accompanied to Whittemore by Herman Behnke, son of R. Behnke. Herman had been visiting at Burt the pas' week. Mrs. Kollasch and Mrs Behnke are sisters. Doris Meyer returned Sunday from Fairville after Saturday and Sunday at the Mary Bruhn home She spent last week Wednesday Thursday and Friday with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Loot's at Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wagner anc Mr. and Airs. H. C. Meyer attended the annual meeting of the Milwau kee veterans' association in Minne apolis the first of last week. They returned home last week Wednes day. William Braatz, Milwaukee, Wis. Robert Braatz, Minnesota Lake Minn., and Emil Braatz, Whitte more, left last Thursday for Remar Minn., on a short fishing trip. They returned home the first of the week The Charles Hopper, of Water town, Wis., spent last week at WU liam Rusch's Sr. Mrs. Hoppe is a alster of Mr. Rusch. The Hoppes were accompanied by their daughte and her husband. William Faulsticbes received word last'week that a tosjby girl, Joan, bad Fenton, Sept. 22 — The Woman's club held its first meeting of th year last week Tuesday afternoon a Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod's. The 17 mem bers present responded to the rol call, What my club has meant me. After the business session in teresting letters from Mrs. B. D Weisbrod, Nampa, Ida., Mrs. G. D Belken, of Duncombe, and Mrs> Arthur Dittmer, Jefferson, three for mer members, were read. A socia hour followed. Refreshments wer served, Four Members Join Church- Four new members were receive into the Methodist church Sunda morning. They were Mr. and Mrs O. H. Smith and Mr. arid Mrs. Hem- Theesfield. Baptism was adminis tered by the Rev. Mr. Snyder fo Dorothy Ann Osborn, daughter o Mr, and Mrs, Roy Osborn. Aid Makes Two Donations— ' The Methodist Aid met Friday afternoon at the church. The society voted to give the Sunday school $25 and also $25 towards World Service. Hostesses were Mrs. J. T. AVaite, Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod, Mrs. E. R. Schlei, and Mrs. Ed Weisbrod. Freshmen are initiated— A freshman initiation party was leld at the Bchoolhouse Friday even- ng with the school faculty as guests. There were the usual stunts and supper was served. There are 0 freshmen. Other Fenton News. Mrs. Merrill Rugg and daughter 3 hyllis, returned to their home in Buhl, Ida., last week Wednesday. ?hyllis, a grandniece of Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, has been under the care of physicians at the 'Mayo hospital at Rochester this summer. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Laurltzen, of Wliittemore, vitltecl their daugh- Edna Lauritzcn, employed at Dennis Smith's AVfrdnesday. They were en route home from a visit at Armstrong. The John Boever family, of Galena, 111., were over-Sunday visitors at the Henry Boevers and Philip Weisbrod homes. Mr. Boevers is a brother of Henry Boevers and Mrs. Weisbrod. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bromley and children Glenn, Corwln, and Betty Lou, of Lake View, spent the weekend with the former's daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Johnson. W. E. Laage left for Brooten Minn., Saturday to visit the O. A and A. C. Laage homes. He will al so visit relatives at St. Paul, anc expects to return the last of this week. Lucille Weisbrod and Martha Gil- LU Verne, Sept. 22—Next Sunday ivangellcal Lutheran Zlon's congregation, .of Lu Verne, wilf dedi- ate Its new brick church. Three ervlces will be held. At 10 a. m. he congregation will assemble at ho church door, where, after a iymn has been sung by the choir, nd appropriate words spoken by he pastor, the keys of thfe building vlll be handed to the pastor by the ontractor, R. L. Padget, of Algona. The pastor, the elders carry- ng the Holy Bible and sacred vessels of the church, followed by the jeople will enter the new house oC vorship to dedicate it' to the service of/the Triune God. The prescient of the Iowa district of the Missouri synod, the Rev. H. Harms, of Davenport, will be the morning speaker in the German language. At noon a lunch wil be served to all members and, friends. At 2:30 p. m. the Rev. Mr. Hesse, of Eldora, vice president of the Iowa district will have charge of the English service. The evening service, also in English, will be con- lucted by the 'Rev. R. Kabelitz, of Fenton, visitor of the Algona circuit. This service will begin at 8 i. m. Special collections will be :aken at each service for the benefit oC the local building fund. The choir, under the leadership of Mr. Zeitz, teacher of the local Christian day school, will sing at each service. ~ The Lutherans in and around Lu Verne are proud of their new church edifice. The building is of brick construction, with Gothic windows and arches. The windows are fitted with opal art cathedral glass. The church proper is finished in dark oak with hard maple flooring. The pews, altar, pulpit, etc., are also finished in dark oak. Four hundred can easily lie seated in the pews. The basement is finished with fir, the floor being of concrete. It is euipped to house the Young People's society, which now numbers 75 members, and the newly organized Aid, which already has 39 members, and all other activities within the congregation. A kitchen with two pantries, city water, stove, work table, and serving window makes this room tempting to the cooking artists of the congregation. Two rest rooms, furnace and coal rooms help to give the basement a- finished appearance. The auditorium of the basement will be used next Sunday to .take care of the many people who will not be able, to get into the church proper. A loud speaker will be installed so that those in the basement will be able to hear every word spoken in the church, and in ,this way a thousand people will be able to be seated. Visitors are expected from Algona, Burt, Fenton, Lotts Creek, Fairville, decide whether to contfrtue the a«so- ciatlon. Lu Verne merchants held a dollar day Saturday) *he severe windstorm in the early evening kept a good many country people at home. A number from Lu Verne and vicinity attended the J. Huff funeral at Sexton last Thursday. The Huffs formerly lived near Lu Verne. Mr, and Mrs. Laurel Rogers and Frankle, of Fort Worth, Tex., spent last week at the parental H. E. Rogers home. • Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schneider and Jeanette \yere guests at the Rev. Victor Kollman's at Royal, last week. The Harold Sorensoiis left last Thursday for Chicago, where they are spending a two weeks vacation. Air. and Mrs. Jim Zwelfet, of Corwith, spent Sunday at the Mary Zwelfel and W. B. Mason homes, H. B. Zentner, of Monroe, Wis., visited here several days last week. Arno Rlstau Is attending Drake University at Des Molnes. The Lloyd Zentners spent week Sunday at Mankato. Alton Benedict 'spent the week- last end at Ocheyedan. Whittemore, Emmetsburg, West Bend, Mallard, Livermore, Humboldt, Vincent, and Garner. J. J. Club Plans a Busy Year— Mrs. Irvin Chapman was hostess at the first meeting of the year for the J. j. club last Friday afternoon. Ten members and four guests were present. Following a short business meeting, plans for the year were discussed. There will be a program on some timely topic once a month nd at the other meeting of the nonth a handiwork demonstration ill be given. Mrs. Lita Dehnert s president this year. At the close f a social afternoon, refreshments vere served, Honey Found In Houio Walls— At the home recently purchased y Dr. Eason 'bees had been busy for everal yeara etorlttg honey in the vails of the house and it was necessary to tear off part of the siding of he house to get the honey. It is stimated there were 1400 pounds of ioney removed. Many pounds were iven away and the remainder was trained and put on the market for sale. bert drove to Klemme Saturday anc the former visited relatives and the latter visited her parents at Garner till Sunday evening. Ruth Hantelman, daughter of Mrs Kate Hantelman, west of town, hac her appendix removed at the Me Creery hospital at Whlttemore Sat urday. Mr, and Mrs. C. G. Humphrey an children, and Mrs. Humphrey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller, o Ringsted, spent Sunday at Spencer Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frank attend ed the funeral of Mr. Frank's mother, Mrs. C. Frank, at Charles City, last week Tuesday. Mrs. Carl Ebert, Mrs. C. W. Lau ritzen, of Wliittemore, and Mrs Bertha Skow, of Emmetsburg, were Fenton visitors Friday. Margie Kleinheksel spent the week-end with her friend Maretta Helgason at the E. O. Helgason home at Armstrong. Mrs. Grace Gibbons and siste Alice Kluss, of Gait, spent £unda> with their parents, 'Mr. and Mrs Fred Kluss. Mrs. Richard Voight, of Wei come, Minn., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry her parents, Boevers. Mable Brandt .spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and J^ra. John Brandt, at State Center. , The John UUer family a homecoming k,el<J at the South BURT SUNDAY SCHOOL NAMES NEW OFFICERS Burt, Sept. 22—Rally day was observed at the Methodist churcl Sunday. Promotions were_madc in the junior classes, and officers for the coming year were elected as fol lows; Harold Hobson, superinten dent; Nelda Volentine, secretary Sefina Clifton, assistant secretary Lois Graham, librarian; Bruce Clif ton, assistant; Ada Schweitert anc Vera Chipman, pianists; Mrs. A. G Volentine, junior superintendent Lulu Hawcott, assistant; Mrs. C. B Chipman, missionary superinten dent. At noon a picnic dinner \ served followed by a social hour Aldis Rubey Is Married— Aldis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs F. E. Rubey, and Quenton Carey Ames, were married at the home o the bride's aunt at Omaha, Neb Sunday. The. Rev. Mr. Dellavon pastor of the Ames Presbyterla church, performed the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Rubey and Mr. an Mrs. Scldoji Carey, Ames, attendc the ceremony. Seldon Carey is brother of the groom. The newl weds will occupy one of the apar ments in the Rubey's house i: Ames. While on the way to Ames Frida evening the F. E. Rubey car wa hit by another car. No one wa hurt, but the Rubey car was quit badly damaged. 200 Attend Legion Meeting— More than 200 attended th county Legion meeting held in th Beltone tliea.Ur last Thursday eve ning. Jack Higley, of Emmetsburg and Rav Murray, of Buffalo Center were the chief speakers. A Ire movie was given tor them by M J'orness, Windstorm Damages Hani— Considerable damage was done b a small twister last Saturday even ing in the Ed Bierstedt neighbor hood. Mr. Bierstedt's barn wa moved off its foundation and badl twisted, and some damage was don to windmills and buildings on neai •by farms, Church Board Is Entertained— The Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifto entertained members of the officia board and their wives at the parson age Friday evening. A meeting the board was followed by game and refreshments. Merwyn Paine Is Promoted— Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Paine learned that their son Merwyn has recently been promoted to general manager of the western division of the Postal Telegraph & Cable Co, His h?'aflciuarters are at Omaha. ery'kf Lyttdn Tuesday Kind ay'of thW week. Leonard Daniels attd' F, Of Stow re painting Mrs. George 1 Carroll's oUSe In Algona. Florence Stow, Who* teaches the iliarles Phelps school, spent the reek-end at home. Clara Schwletert, who teaches at Dolllver, spent the week-end with er parents, the W, H. Schwleterts. •Mr, and Mrs. Orley Hobson, Fort Dodge, were Sunday visitors at the 3. T. Hobson home. The Misses Mattie Warner and !va Whitney visited Miss Warner's ister at Armstrong Sunday. Mrs. Annie Nelson and daughter Dorothy, Algona, spent the Week- nd with Mrs. Gertie Thompson. Warren Rlngsdorf left Saturday or Milwaukee, Wls., where he Is mployed. •Mrs. Gerald E, Brace entertained ler Sunday school class at her home Friday evening. . Mrs. R. H. Thompson went to Wa< •erly Monday to spend a few days vlth her mother. ,Mrs. Fred Rlngsdorf had her ton- lls removed last Friday. •Mrs. C. H. Reynolds is quite ill vith intestinal flu. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fox> are par ents of a son, born Saturday. Per Service We Clean Everything] But Your Pocketbook Suits, Dresses, Furs, Coats,'Sweaters, Blankets H I Ties, Gloves, Scarfs, Rugs, Drapes, Seat Cover' & etc! We call for and deliver. Modern Dry C lean® PHONE 537 PIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH S'ew Teachers Given picnic- New members of the faculty of he Lu Verne schools were enter- ained by the rest of the faculty and he school board at a picnic at the Renwick park last Thursday evening. Fried chicken and all that :oes with it was enjoyed by the 22 present. A social evening followed. nod will Club Entertained— The Good Will club was entertained last Thursday by Mrs. Herman Meyers, with Mrs. H. T. Blumer as assistant hostess. Sixteen Tiembers and four guests spent the afternoon in a social justness meeting. way after a Three Birthdays Are Honored— Last week Sunday the Paul Phil- ipses entertained relatives at dinner and a social afternoon in honor of birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Phillips and their son Jimmie, all of which come within a few days of each other. Other Lu \\irae News. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Jennings drove to Boone Sunday and from there to Des Moines, where they took Mr. Jenning's mother, who was to have an operation for cataracts on her eye Monday. Grant Jr., Jean and Ivan spent Sunday with relatives at Estherville, The Rev. A. J. Koonce attended the fall meeting of Presbytery at Lytton last week Tuesday and Wednesday. The Rev. H. A. Keyman is attending the Methodist conference at Estherville. Mrs. H. E. Pletzke is the lay delegate from the local church. Bessie Dandison, Mrs. Herman Genrich and daughters Ruth and Margaret, of Detroit, Mich., left for their home Thursday after spending a couple of weeks with Mrs. John Genrich. Workmen are busy remodeling the residence known a« the John White house. Dr. Eaaon purchased It recently and it- putting j n a f u jj basement and making the house modern, George Engel went to Hampton last week Wednesday, where he entered the treatment. Alg-onlaus at Rebckali Meeting-— A number of Algona Rebekahs attended a lodge meeting here last Thursday evening. Hazel Casler was initiated by the Burt degree team for the Algona lodge. Other Bart News. Russell Chlpman, who has been doing forestry work near Paulina, Ore,, this summer, returned home Thursday. He went to Ames the first of this week, where he will finish his course in forestry. He will graduate at Christmas time. James Heathershaw and daughter Lillian, of Des Moines, visited Thursday and Friday at the William Elvidge home. Mr. Heathershaw is more than 90 years old.- Miss Heathershaw is a teacher in Drake university. Mrs. F. L. Pratt and daughter Marilda left Friday for Rockford 111., where Marilda attends Rockforc college. Mrs. A. H. Jensen acconv panied them as far as Waterloo where she visited. Lura Sewick, Harris teacher, spent the week-end with her parents, J. G Sewick, and Lucile. Mrs. M. E. Allen and Ada Schwietert took her back as far as Estherville Sunday afternoon. Raymond Bleich, Wendell Pat terson, and Russell Chipman re turned to their school work a1 Ames Sunday. Luella Bleich and Nelda Volentine took them down. D'. F. gohwletert returned las weak Wednesday after a few day's absence in which he visited th Ralph Hcfler home at Granada and attended the fair at Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wlddel an daughter and son, of Readlyn, wer week-end visitors at the Rev. L Richmann Home. Mrs. Widdel t the Rev. Mr. Richmann's sister. The Rev. Otto Engel, of Milwau | This Masland Rug | will be spread on our sidewalk—day | and night—for two solid weeks! H On i Friday morning we shall spread a Masland Argonne rug, taken from our rfoclt, S on the sidewalk in front of our itore.'There it will remain for two weeks, day and night, = regardless of rain, snow, hail or sleet, fog, mist or dew. Tens of thousands of feet will Sj grind dirt into H. During the two weeks it is on the sidewalk this rug will receive more S • abuse than a rug in a home ever receives. = No ordinary rug could stand such punishment as this rug will receive. But Majlond = Argonne rugs are not ordinary rugs. They are made of the world's finest wool. The col- == ors go to the heart of the wool and last as long as the wool itself. At the end of fourteen days the rug will be taken up, cleaned and placed on exhibition. Cone in aad se« it then. Compare it with a IMW rag. SM for yourself how liHU, H wul hove been affected by this drastic test. A»k yourself -$ any other rug-at any price—could give you web satisfaction ai a Guaranteed Madand Argonne rug. •.'•'•• 9 Foster Furniture Storel Algona — Iowa ^IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH . A. L. Lopk accpi^ani The Beeinpers L.utfieran hospital for aura. Engel and Mrs. ' , .ojttbo diet Sunday school-wag''elitertained at the O. Alexander''country home Saturday. M.rs.' Harold Philips is the teacher/.'/ * ..' '• " '•' Th* LJvsrtock «j$J>»ln£ ''uqoolft-, ', at, ft» kee, preached at the Lutheran church Sunday morning. He gav an illustrated lecture on Europe In the evening. Mrs. A. H. Nafus returned Nashua Friday after spending week at the home of her ntece, Mrs B. O. Chipman. Mr. and Mrs- W. Q. Cox are par ents of an 11-lb. boy, born last wee! Wednesday, at the Lutheran Ma ternlty hospital In Des Moines. Paul MacAuleyi Burt buttermak er, and Arlene Steward'left for Wisconsin points. They are t be married en route. \ The Rev. j. E, Clifton went'to Es thervljle Tuesday to attend, the ar J^ethodtet conference, wblcb ; there this week. attended'* JJWP ' A BARGAIN --, • . tar Someone 100 Used Tires 100| Garages, Service Stations, Car Owners- Have you a weak casing? Do you need a good spare? We have 100 used tires that are worth your time to look over SO tires will go at We haven't all sizes, but we have nearly the popular balloon sizes \ Tire Service Co, Vic ALGONA, IOWA '•,'":" : ' • -.. .'.- - •' - .-. .. ™ Wff^P^p^p '•

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