Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1931 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 1, 1931
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, came Fridayto-viatt '"' . -tffA * nttil Mr. and ,. cttrtc Saturday, j held at the state I! Sunday" Mr. and g ChHstoffer are the Qdheppmnn, and 'They all left sahie morning the the ere surpnscu , r and Mrs, Edward L FleWi Minn C, Hr* 'Henry, Sauder, 9 ' -also a sister of Mr. and BANCROFT DEFEATS ALGONA SUNDAY; GAMES NOW EVEN Bancroft evened the score with the ocal Grays Sunday when the. Ban- roft team grabbed a three-run:lead n the first inning that was maln- ained to the end of the game. Bah- roft scored four runs in .the first t the opening inning. Algona came jack with one run, and the'score tood 4-1 till the seventh frame, vhen each team added a run, to end he score at 5-2. V'- Algona had several chances" to Core, but tight playing by .'Ban- roft and inability to connect with a lit at the right time caused ten. Al- 5ona players to be left on bases. Bancroft had six men left on bases. The box score follows: Bend. lit West— the ^ess Bakers have t«aecV; their .ranch '" ' :., h )8 30 miles . from near the coast. The Lii equipped with stock L to milk 20, cows this P move to Shelton was September, because o Bakers have for severa llvlne With Mrs. Baker's feRoney, who now plans L winter in California towns a fruit ranch nea I writes that his prune iv, and 73 trees yielded Ions. 1 ———— ...kbarth Is Dead— I Hackbarth "died at th . son Lewis, near 'Lott iurday evening*' Mrs ,ad been ill .for a. fev Influenza and hear rs. Andrew Funk, of Irv I daughter. Since th • husband a year and Irs, Hackbarth has.bee I home with her children 1 years old. "''... I by Party- relatives were ente: |ie Morris Parsons horn in honor of the W who leave for the mer, S. D-, sometime th i Cress family has bee [lives here since the anniversary of Mr (cuts, Mr. and Mrs. Ins, which was celebrate pgo. jmiidt Enters Clinic— IWaldschmidt was taken • last week, and will go i clinic. and probably re- treatment.- Mrs. 'Waldi at Iowa City for treat- Itlme. ago. She has been | for several months. i Goes to Rochester— kith is planning to go to |MInn., soon where he i an operation for float- In one knee. Harold •operation on his other Bancroft AB II H PO A E .. Bernhardt Hoist, of Boone, visited ™ 6 , ,' P> J> Boners last week Wednesday. Mrs. Eugene Keneflck and Mrs. M. J. Streit spent Tuesday at Forest City with friends. ........... County Recorder Mrs. Laura Paine spent Tuesday afternoon Jn Hum- bbidt' on business. ' The Rev. Henry Wrecle, 'of Gar- rter, was a guest at the Rev. P. J. Braner home last Thursday. Robert Phelps and Melvln Stober, of Cedar Falls, were guests Sunday at,the Hugh McMahon home. are Menke, 3b _____ 5 0 0 0 4 C I. Menke, If ------ 5 2 4 0 0 ( Vaske, Ib _ ........ 3127 . 0 ' 0 Seeker, cf -------- 4 1 1 < 1, 0 o W. Menke, c ------ 4 1 2 7 1. 0 D. Llchllter, rf ____ 4015 /I 0 Hutchlnson, 2b ____ 402420 A. Menke, ss ------ 402250 F. Llchliter, p ___:. 401110 Totals 37 5 15 27 14 0 Algona- AB R H PO A E Duncan, cf . 323100 Bonham, Ib J. 5 0 1 12 0 0 O'Brien, c 4 0 0 3 4 : '0 W. Barnes, rf _1 3 0 0 3 ,1 "0 Watts, 2b 300220 Scanlan, 3b 401141 H. Barnes, If 300101 Fish, ss 402330 Cayou, p 400110 Totals 33 2 7 27 15 2 ; Two-base hits—Duncan 2, Hutch-. lnson, W. Menke. Three-base hits: Menke. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Frnser parents 0 a girl born at the Stobblns hospital last week Wednesday. Mrs. C. H. Holding, Burt, underwent a surgical operation at the Kossuth hospital last Thursday. Roy Plckes, assistant manager of the Council Oak store, visited with his parents at Fairmont Sunday. The O. E. S. will hold its regular monthly meeting next Tuesday night at 7:30 In the new Masonic Temple. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Weiss, of Fort Dodge, spent Sunday with the H. E. Sorstetlts. The Sorstcdts and Weisses are business partners . Mrs. James Hawkins, of Wesley, has been a patient at the Kossuth hospital since Monday. She is suffering with a bone Infection. Mrs. F. C. Zender, who has been critically ill at her home with heart trouble, Is reported Improving slowly. She Is now able to sit up In bed a while each day. Dr. and Mrs. Fred Bunker, of Patton, and their little son, spent Sun- clay with Mrs. Bunker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lindsey. Doctor Bunker is a dentist. Mrs. E. W. Colt and son Jack went to their home In Chicago Saturday after spending three weeks with Mrs. Colt's parents, Mr. and •Mrs. C. A. Momyer. K088UTH Oak street Is nearlng completion. Alex Nielsen and his crew of painters are now decorating the interior. Mr. and Mrs. Leo spilles, who will be the tenants, expect to move into the house in a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Lawrence, of Cedar Rapids, spent several days the test of the week with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Vincent. Mr. Vincent has been 111-wlfh.a severe attack of the "flu," but" was able to be up a while Saturday. E. w. Ijarson, of'Minneapolis, re* turned home Sunday after spending a week here visiting the Charles Hoffmans, where he formerly roomed when here several years ago. Mr. Larson is employed In a government elevator at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Chubb were called to Hartley Monday by the serious illness of Mrs. Chubb's brother, Earl Tenant. Mr. Tenant suffered a stroke about a year ago, but recovered and was able to be up till recently when he suffered a relapse, Mrs. Kerniit Setchell and son Gene took the former's mother, Mrs. S. B. French, to Des Moines Monday, and Mrs. French took a train for Holly- !OWA BAPTIST, Arthur 8. Huener, Pas. tor — The Undying Fire is the title of the sermon for Sunday night. The pastor will also play a violin solo, ., Remember that the evening service is at 7:30 instead of 8. Miss- Ruth Flnwall was not with us last Sunday but will be with us this Sunday at 1,1. ... The Sunday schoo'i rally will be at 10. Some special' features at this service will impress you. . . B. Y. P. U. at G:30. They will also 'have a social on Friday night Do not forget to be at the church at 7:30 for a good time. . . Prayer and Bible study class Wednesday 7:30. Aid will meet with Mrs. John Urch Thursday afternoon at 2:30. second child. Their son Craig spent the last few weeks here with hlfi grandmother, Mrs. George Holtzbauer, and the Holtzbauers, Loralne Tlerney and Kathleen Holtzbauer took Craig home Sunday, and made the acquaintance of the new arrival. She has been named Marilyn-Alice. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Sherman and their son Edward, of New York City, who is visiting his parents, returned Tuesday from Minneapolis, where ' ' wood, Calif. Mrs. Lyle Mathcs, of Fort Dodge, accompanied them to Dos Moines. Mrs. Mathes is a daughter of Mrs. French. The recent rains this week have delayed the work of repairing the old reservoir back of the standpipe, but a new cement flooring has been com- CONOnEGATIONAL, F. ,|. Clark, Pastor—Rally day services conducted in church and will be Sunday school Sunday. Every man, woman and child who 1ms the slightest attachment of loyalty to this church should be present and help make this a great service of enthusiasm and power, perative rally l n Sermon theme, Im- Bonhanii W. Struck out: by Cayou, 4; Lichllter, 7. Bases on balls: off Cayou, ...2; Lichliter, 7. Earned runs: Algona, 2; Bancroft, 5. Carl Larson, buttermaker In 'creamery at Mallard, week-end with his two spent sons, the the who Hunchey Opens Store. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Runchcy, of Newell, and daughter Jean Ann, spent Sunday with 'Mrs. Runchey's mother, Mrs. Mary Runchey. The Runcheys opened their grocery store at Newell Saturday and reported a good day. The Runcheys will move their household goods to Newell this week. Richard Runchey has been staying with his grandmother till the family Is settled. years ago, and i to get around. he 1 Carpet Rags— fceet this Thursday 'af ter- I annex. Mesdames Wick- pledge will be hostesses, Ion will be spent in sew- Union i Served Friday- supper will be served [evening beginning at ? |t!H all are served, at the Ix, Charges are 25c and lrvington News. Awake girls club was : last week Saturday at "iurlingame home, but " till this Saturday be- eight-year-old son of Burllngame, waa suf- Ichlckenpox, jo were entertained at Present Charles Willard ne Sunday, 3HIot Sklllings, and Mrs. Fred Skillings, all of the o. Millers, Myrtle 'orbls Stilts. s. Morris Parsons and Ralph Parsons spent ! week at Belmond visit. [A, Parsons family. Wll" is a brother of Mora department store near Mankato, will win now occupied, by dschmidts next March. In of Mrs 1 . Allie Brown Eight of the ten eighth graders who received diplomas last May have entered high school. Lucille Dearchs, Marjorle Cruikshank, Allen Sarchet, Doris Mittag, George Rich, Harley Will, and Dale Culbertson are attending at Algona, and Sayre Winkle -entered at Burt. All the teachers except Margaret Dodds, met with Mrs. Helen Vogel, chairman, September 18 at the Center schoolhouse to plan for the 1932 rural schools day. The work by grades for Individual pupils was selected. Other annual features' will be spelling contests, athetic events, and awards to the eighth grade pupils having the highest and the next highest average in the county examinations. Mr. and Mrs. Cris Alt, sons Elmer and Melvin, attended the fair and auto races at Spencer Saturday. District No. 5 pupils are enjoying a slide purchased with standard money of last year. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Speth, Heron Lake, Minn., and son came Sunday for a w.eek at Chris Alt's. Mrs. Speth was Minnie Alt before her marriage. The Mothers and Daughters club will meet October 8 with Mrs. Ada Hoflus, who will be assisted by Mrs. Metta Culbertson. Mrs. Lulu Elston will review Laughing Boy, by La Farge, and Mrs. Ida Winkle Jr. will read a humorous story. Last Thurs-i day the club met at the shelter house in the Ambrose A. Call state park with Mrs. Frances Gould hostess. The rain kept many at home. Kitchen Kinks were discussed by Mrs. Katherine Leason, and Christine Gould gave a reading. The host- make their home with Carl's mother, Mrs. Andrew Larson. Catherine Antolne went to her home at Ayrshire Friday to spend the week-end with her parents. Catherine teaches the primary grade at St. Cecelia's academy. Jessie Roupe, of Mason City, spent a few days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Roupe. She is employed at the Jefferson Transportation company offices at Mason City. '•.''.' Mesdames W. A. Foster, A. A. Bishop, Alan Bishop, G. L. Vohs, O. S. Lindsay, and F E. Sawyer spent Friday at Esthervllle attending the Methodist N. W. Iowa conference. Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Auner, of Des Moines, spent'Saturday and Sunday with the J. S. Auners. They were en route home from the Okobojls, where they had closed their cottage for the season. Mrs. Sallle Kranz is expected home this week-end from a two weeks visit with relatives and friends at Ida Grove and Holstein. Mrs. Kranz makes her home with her daughter, Mrs. Theo Chrischilles. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Paschke, Echo, Minn., and children, Jean and Roger, spent the week-end with Mrs. Paschke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Herman. Mr. Paschke is M. & St. L. railway agent at Echo. pleted so far. The old cement top was taken off last week and at present the reservoir looks like a big hole in the ground. Mrs. L. G. Thompson, of Esther- vllle, spent several days last week with the R. H. Millers. Mrs. Miller la a daughter of Mrs. Thompson, and Mr. and Mrs. Miller took Mrs. Thompson home Saturday. Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Thompson spent last Thursday at Fort Dodge. Mrs. D. R. Steele and son Donald returned Saturday from a three- weeks visit at Kingsley and Sioux City. At Kingsley Mrs. Steele visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Kliebenstein, and at Sioux City she was a guest of D. R.'s parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Steele. Margaret Blossom, who is attend ing I. S. T. C. at Cedar Falls, spent the week-end with her father R. S. Blossom, and with Mrs. J. W. Sullivan, with whom the Blossoms make their home. Margaret is taking her senior year in the public school music department of the college. Gertrude and Dorothy Fleming, of Forest City, called on friends here Friday. Gertrude recently returned from Duluth, Minn., where she spent six weeks during the hay fever season. She reported seeing Zada Brunson, who teaches In the Duluth schools. Zada spent the summer In the Orient. Mrs. C. H. La Barre and daughters Eleanor and Betty Jane spent the week-end with relatives and friends at AVaterloo. Mrs. La Barre attended the celebration of the 75th anniversary of the founding of the Congregational church at Waterloo Sunday. Mrs. La Barre was once a member of the church. Anna Buss began work as bookkeeper at the Iowa State bank Monday. She is a former Kossuth County State bank employe. Mrs. James Altwegg, of Lakota, assisted at the Iowa State bank the past two weeks. Progress. Promotion and the Sunday school at ilO; special music at 11 by the choir, Snd Out Thy Light, Gounod, Mrs. Clark, director; Mrs. Gunn, organist. Our new order of worship will begin Sunday. Christian Endeavor at 6. PRESBYTERIAN, J. L. Coleman, Pastor—The morning hour given to study and worship. The third quarterly Communion of the year will be observed at this time, and the re- spent' several days with relatives. Sunday the Shermans attended a family reunion of Mrs. Sherman's folks at the John Moore cottage on Lake Mlnnetonka. .Edward will return to New York City Saturday . H<s has been here two weeks. Orpha Hoganson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Hoganson, left Sunday for Ela, N. C., where she will teach music In a Cherokee Indian boarding school maintained by the federal government. She began teaching at Rock Valley this fall, and had taught for two weeks when she was released to take the appointment. The superintendent at Rock Valley was also released to take a similar job. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Dlngley . returned last. Tuesday night from Chicago, where they had spent three weeks with the William Nugents. ception of members. There is offered a splendid opportunity to join with others in chcosing a church home. . C. E. at 6:30. Evening, Y. P. S. This should be a real, snappy meeting, following the rally at Burt. Let's all come. . . Sermon theme, The Lost Sheep. . . All members and friends are asked to join in the above services, and whosoever will. EV. LUTHERAN TRINITY, P. ,1. Braner, Pastor — Sunday school at 10; English service at 10:30. The quarterly business meeting of voting members will .be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. .; The Aid meets this afternoon with Mrs. Henry Johannsen-at the'-home of Mrs. Henry Wegener, 409 N. Jones. The S. S. T. meets Friday evening at the parsonage. • The Y. P. S. will meet next week Tuesday at the churchl and school!'-.'". -A cradle class will be added to our Sunday school soon. All parents wishing to send their children are welcome. Mrs. Nugent Is a daughter of the DIngleys. Mr. and Mrs. Nugent brought them home In the Dlngley car, and returned home In their car which they left here when they took Mr. and Mrs. Dlngley home with them after spending the summer here. Mrs. Sam Bateman, her daughter Olive, Esther Weiss, and Mrs. Sam McDow spent Sunday with the A. A. Sterlings. Mrs. Bateman Is Mrs. Sterling's mother. Last Thursday guests of the Sterlings were Mr. and Mrs. James Bateman and baby and Mrs. Carl Fielder, of Webster City, and N. Erlckson, of Omaha. James is a brother of Mrs. Sterling and Mrs. Fielder is a sister. Mr. Erickson Is Mrs. Bateman's father. Catherine McCall, Dorothy Sellstrom, and Margaret Blossom, who are attending I. S. T C.. at Cedar Falls, spent the week-end with their respective families. Catherine's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McCall, brought them from Cedar Falls Friday, and Dorothy's father, E. R. Sellstrom, took them back Sunday. Catherine, is taking her third year of public school music. She attended Downer college in Milwaukee two years. Margaret is a senior public school music student, and Dorothy is a sophomore. Dorothy attended Morningside college at Sioux City last year. parents, Mr. and Mrs, Philip Immer- fl. ; i A family reunion was held at the iome of: Mr. and Mrs. Henry.Seller Sunday. A dinner was served to 20, Those .present at the dinner were the Ton£ ffceilef family, Sexton; Mr. and Mtrs. Martin Blelch and . daughter tfary Jane, .Tltonka; Mr. and Mrs. viartln Seller and Mr. and Mrs. Jul- tis Seller, at home; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bols, of Marquette, Mich.; Mr. arid Mrs. Wm. Vankeulen and son Stanley, of Madison, • Wls. Late guests Included the Martin Rahms, J. L. Raskopfs, Nick Raskopfs and Mr. ap,d.. Mrs. J. ^O. Downs and daughter Marcla Ann. The Henry Sellers are prominent farmers one mile west of St. Benedict. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bols, of Marquette, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. William Vankeulen and son Stanley, of Madison, Wls., arrived at the Henry Seller home Friday and returned Monday. Mrs. Bois Is a sister of sir. Seller, and Mrs. Vankeulen Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bols. The Isadore Eisenbarth family, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Emil F. Arndorfer, visited Mr. and'Mrs. C. L. Bliley In Algona Sunday. Relatives who attended the funeral of E. C. Gashel, of Mason City, Friday were Mrs. Anna Huschka, Mr. and Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer, Mrs. Mary Raskopf, Mrs. Rosa Arndorfer and son Herbert, and Mr. and Mrs A. J. Fehr. Mr. Gashel died last week Wednesday at Rochester AjtUl an operation. The funeral was la<t«« ly attended. ,Mr. Gashel had V»rt*«4'. for many years fn a lumber ..'yard at Mason City. Other relatives who at* tended the services included Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gashel arid Andrew; Kolb, of Beaver Bain, Wls. 1 at the I. 0. 0. F. Hall Music by Milt Stewart and his orchestra. Gents, 50c; ladles, 25c. WANTED To borrow $3,000 on a first mortgage on a choice improved Kossuth county quarter section. Will give .5 per. cent, no commission. — Inquire at this office. 3-4 FIRST LUTHERAN, C. E. OIs son, pastor—Home Circle meets to morrow at 8 at Luther hall. . .Sunday school at 10; evening service at 7:30. St. Benedict ST. at 10; 7:30. THOMAS — Sunday • school evening prayer and sermon, AV. H. Helmke, three miles northeast of Renwick, advertises a public sale in this paper for next week Monday. The offering will consist of 50 head of Duroc Jersey boars and 10 head of Holstein bulls. Mrs. Margaret Hof master, who teaches at Corwith, spent the weekend with her urtclff"and aunt, and Mrs. J. W. Wadsworth. Mr. Mrs. Mived on the farm now I Carl Bown. P e > of Chicago, came ess served a tray lunch. Gertrude Sage and Mrs. F. J. n'ng for a short visit Mrs. „ V, J. pe returned S.unday eye, iBehm, daughter j Mr. and and with the —i \*fc***Q**yv*> *»"**T*» ««. Walter Benin, all spent Sunday and " Charles Egel nome. n is an aunt of Mrs, A. English preached I'hova, He read for, tne ""•"- parts pf the W Sixty-five were in Sunday school.' ' hummers family jspent th relatives at were Sunday visitors Ward home Laing, of Algona, and two sons spent Sunday with relatives at Rolfe. Mrs. Laine and Miss Sage are cousins and the latter's brother lives with an uncle and aunt at Rolfe. Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Perkins and daughter vteited at -Rolfe Sunday. Mrs. Perkins was Agnes Sage before her marriage. A week ago Sunday the Chris Alts picnicked at West Bend with Mr. and Mrs/Lewis Alt, the Ted Tre- deschs, Anna Tredesch, and the Sam Tredeschs, all of Sleepy Eye, Minn.; and Elsie Blackmore, El Paso, 111. The Lewis Ats, Anna Tredesch and Elsie Blackmore returned with the Chris Alts and stayed till last week Tuesday. Chris and Lewis Alt are cousins, The others mentioned are relatives of the latter. _ The seven schools of the township have a total enrollment of, 103, as follows: No. 1, Mary Fraser 19; No. 2. Edith Bates, 10; No. 3, Margaret Podds, B; No. 4, Gertrude Sad?, 24, No. 6 Mary Gisch, 15; No. 6, Mrs, Irene Bjustrom, 10; No. 7, Mrs. Gen Hofmaster teaches primary grade, and this is her third year at Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Falkenhainer and son Taskar spent Sunday at Villisca- ; with Mrs. Falkenhainer's father, W. P. Mayhew, and her -sister. Mr. Mayhew accompanied the Falk- enhalners home for several weeks of visit. Mrs. D. J. Scanlan, of Rock Valley, went home yesterday with Mr. Scanlan and son Emmet, who had been at Maquoketa since Sunday on business. Mrs. Scanlan visited her 8bris : 'Dr. F, C, and Dr. C. J. Scanlan since Sunday.' ...Mrs. T. P. Harrington came home Saturday'from Seattle, Wash.,'Where she went several-weeks ago to attend a national convention of the P. E. O. society as a delegate. Mr. Harrington met her at Fort Dodge and | brought her home. Harold Falkenhainer returned Sunday from New Yory City, where he has been for the last two months visiting his brother Chester and looking for work. The D. H. Goeders family met him at Fort Dodge | and brought him home. ;C. 'Herman's new house on east I Mrs. Altwegg was Irma Windell before her marriage and worked at the bank up to last summer. Mrs. Lee Stillman, of Hammond, Ind., spent Monday and Tuesday with the H. M. Vinsons. Mrs. Stillman is a sister of H. M., and had been visiting at Cowrie and Ames. Both Mr. and Mrs. Stillman are graduates of the state college. Mr. Stillman is an engineer with the Empire Oil company, of Hammond. Edward Tilges and prosper Frideres, both of Bode, went to Dyers? ville last week Wednesday to visit the former's aunt, Mrs. Anna Hoff man for a few days. They planned to travel in Wisconsin and Michigan before returning home. Charles Hoffman, of the Zender & Caldwell store, is a son of Mrs. Anna Hoffman. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilles, Mrs. Ralph Horlgan, and Mrs. J. J. Holtzbauer went to Des Moines yesterday, and are expected home today; Mr. Spilles, who Is a representative of a Des Moines hardware company, attended to business. Mrs. Horigan visited her mother, and Mrs. Holtzbauer was a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. C. B. Moore Smith. Mrs. Thomas O'Hare will go to Washington, D. C., Friday to join her husband ater spending the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rist. She came here about the middle of June. She had planned to return to Washington lost week, but was delayed a week because of the death of Fred Randall, of Mason City, a brother-in-law of Mrs. v Rist. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tierney, of Mason City, are parents of a girl •born September 16. This is their Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Downs an( daughter Marcia Ann, accompanied by Mrs; Dick AVermerson, of Pitts ville, Wis., and Mrs. J. L. Raskopf drove to Halbur to visit relatives one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Kutschara, o Clear Lake, were dinner guests a the home of Mrs. Mary Fasbende: last week Tuesday. Matilda Garmann is in bed with an attack of the grip. Leo Immerfall, employed at Mason City, spent Sunday at home with hi /FINE TEXTURE /n your cakes?. THE DOUBLE TESTED DOUBLE ACTING BAKING POWDER SAME Wlto ''FOROVER > 40 YEARS 25 ounces for COPYRIGHT 1951 BY JAQUES MFG.CO. MILLIONS OF POUNDS UfED BY OUR GOVERNMENT HOW TO GET FOR YOUR OLD LAMP ON A NEW KEPT FRESH IN HUMI-TUBES FOR THE YELLOW BAND George , Scuffham, 'and Edward,Mawd• Thursday at Spgn.cer fair. •«• M. E. worster,' of l ^6 Charles 1 Sui >day guests'"at . , . Beginners^WS; year include Darwin Parsons, Har- Ught, Frank Jenkinson, Rus.- Mahoney, Blma Davis, and Jer_ vs * te4 Mary Ryan, No. 5; Carroll Phyllis Rich, Opa Sabin, Junloi Woods, Patrisla Plum and Harvey GeUenfeld at No. 7. Eighth graders if year Include Kenneth Sarchet, N9, 1; Dorothy Gustafson and Milton Beldel, No. 2; Walter Rich. 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