Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 8, 1931 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 8, 1931
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COttNTir AftVANCB. ALQONA. Re*dy for Business HANSEN'S NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP I am now ready in my new shop at the old location on State street west of the courthouse. The shop la equipped with new machinery and I am prepared to give my customers the best of service. • I desire at this time to thank my many friends •who have given me assistance in getting started. Their kindness will never be forgotten. BRING IN YOUR WORK We Do Anything,in the Blacksmithing Line George Hansen New Shop on W. State Street, West of Courthouse. Every Family— In which ivo have ever served represents u group of friends. We realize this fact, and wo deeply appreciate the in liny expressions of gratefulness that have been tendered us. High ((iiallty service, at surprisingly low cost, has won us a host of valued friends. MERRITT FUNERAL HOME *JJlwqys J% Superior Service" 4O3 E.M9GREGOR £ss/ ofCentral'fifth School PHONE 11 DAY OR NIGHT J GREAT TO THE RESCUE When the winter is coldest and the blizzard rages, that's when you'll appreciate the warmth and comfort that only a high grade coal can give. GREAT HEART is an ideal cold weather coaL If s quick to start, easy to regulate, exceptionally hot and long lasting. Its re* markable purity is shown by the fact that it makes less than a bushel of ashes the ton. SOLD ON APPROVAL J/ you're not entirely satisfied we will •cheerfully remove the coal and refund your money. F. S. NORTON & SON Lumber and Coal — Phone 229 F;B, WOMEN AT LEDYARD NAME NEW OFFICERS Ledyard, Oct. 6—The F. B. aux- ilary met with Mrs. Frank Lewis Friday, and following officers were lected: president, Mrs. John Heet- and, Lakota; vice president, Mrs. Idward Knoner; second vice pres- dent, Mrs. Gus Torino; secretary ,nd treasurer, Mrs. L. A. Nltz; aibliclty chairman, Mrs. George Thompson and Mrs. Lewis. Cooper- ntors are District No. 1, Mrs. J. Telkamp; No. 2, Mrs. George Thompson; No. 3, Mrs. Henry Hasse r irack; No. 4, Mrs. Richard Zlelske; Mo. 5, Mrs. Edward Looft; No. 6, Mrs. George Winter; No. 7, Emma lutkneckt; No. 8, Mrs. Charles Vlntcrs; No. 9, Mrs. Joe Kollasch. ..ocal leaders are No. 1, Mrs. J. Tel- amp; No: 2, Mrs. George Thompon; No. 3, Mrs. Yahnlce; No. 4, Mrs. ilchard Zielske; No. 5, Mrs. Edward LooCt; No. 6, Mrs. George Win- ers; No. 7, Mrs. Julia Wortman; lo. S, Mrs. Frank Lewis; No. 9, Irs. Joe Kollasch. liiint Woman Hurt in Accident- Mrs. B. H. Locke, of Grant, met vith a serious accident Sunday. She nd four of the teachers were vici- ng, and at the Patterson corner the ar turned over. Mrs. Locke has a roken collar bone, and the others vere badly bruised. Mrs. Locke oards all of the teachers at Grant. iydia Junkermeiv will work there or the present. Ml Three Bali Teams Win— The Ledyard high school baseball earn won 9-5 from Grant at Grant week ago Monday night. The unior high team won 3-1 at Ti- onka last Thursday night. The own team played kittenball at Grant the same night and won 7-6. Voman's Club to Disband— The Woman's club met at Mrs. lalvorson's Friday evening. The lub voted to dissolve, and the loney left in the treasury will be iresented to the school music de- mrtment to be applied on the band ml orchestra suits. Vntches Brother Play Football— Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett drove o Livermore Friday evening and hen to Pocahontas to a night foot- inn game between Livermore and 'ocahontas. Livermore won 32-0. A rother of Mrs. Barrett plays cen er on the Livermore team. Irvington Woman Escapes Injury in Auto Accident ng failed to make a corner urned over into the dltdh. Irvlngton, oct. 6 — Mrs. Ray' Fitch was bruised Friday evening Men the car in which she was rid' and Mrs. Itch was visiting last week at her. Ister Mrs. Ben Hartzel's, near Britt, nd had accompanied them to a ance at Tltonka. They were re- urnlng to Britt When the accident appened. A brother of Mr. Hartzel vas driving at the time. None of he occupants were seriously hurt, nd the car was only slightly dam- ged. Mrs. Fitch has now returned o her home here. ar Hits Tractor on Bridge— lenry Meyers Is ImVing his Ford re- aired as the result of an accident ast Saturday. He was en route to Vlgona and attempted to pass a ractor on the bridge just south of own. The car struck a fender of ie tractor, and then turned cross- Ise on the bridge, striking the uarcl rail. Henry and Johnny affney escaped injury, but the car /as-damaged, and-had to be hauled nto Algona. ' id Sews Cnrpet Rags— ^ Aid met last Thursday afternoon t the.church annex. The -after- oon was .spent sewing carpet rags, "he business meeting was opened •1th song and-closed with the Lord's rayer. Hostesses were Mesdames ,'ickwire and RuHedge. There will e a special meeting of the society his week Thursday afternoon to do irilting. ocity to Study Alaska— The Missionary society meets next 'eek Friday afternoon at the hurch. Mrs. J. M. Cox will lead, he national topic is Alaska, under hich pioneers, medical missions, nd leadership will be taken up. The oreign topic is •ill be Mrs. J. iarl Miller. Uwumiitism Puts Boy in Bed— Charles, son of Adam Reffer Was aken seriously ill Sunday evening vith rheumatism. Doctor Williams vas called. The boy will have to •emain in bed or several weeks and vill be unable to attend school. Girls Start Basketball— High school girls have started jasketball practice with Marjorie Stranahan as coach. There are 118 girls out for basketball this year. Alice Moulton is captain. Mrs. Lemuel Retide Is Dead— Mrs. Lemuel Reade, of Grant, diec" last Thursday at the Oakdale sani tarium. The body was brought here Saturdav for burial. Heet Hauling Has Started— Beet hauling started last week Tuesday. Mrs. Gladys Locke weighs the loads and Max Nitz is overseer WATCH OUT WCCDM HCf$£S *T*HE Greeks took Troy by •'•deception. One morning found a giant wooden horse before their walls. Unsuspecting 'Trojans wheeled the horse within. They didn't figure on 100 picked Greeks inside. There we modern wooden horse*— ^jlli joker* inside. When anyone tells you tbat Mutual Insurance is no good, look out! Be sure that he isn't a "mod- «m wooden horse"—thinking of hie own of yours. • STORM INSURANCE tor 30% If**— FIRE INSURANCE /or dacllingi, and 1S% /CM on a/I /orm*-— AUTO INSURANCE (or JS% Iftf— Atk our agent in your city, or writ*. NATIONAL CITIZENS MUTUALS IMPISHENT MUTUAL OlMfWWM, Minn. CITIZENS FUND MUTUAL R r j Wing, Minn. LA BARRE & FALKENHA1NER THE ALGONA INSUBANCE AGENCY First *oor north of Iowa State Bank Phone $5 Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. Richad Zlelske and children, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ziel ske, Mrs. Charles Gable and threi girls, and Alice Mayne went to Am boy, Minn., Sunday to visit Mrs Richard Zielske's parents. Gladys Nolan and Marjorie Stran alian went to Fayette for the week end. Ruth Jones spent the week end at Livermore, and Barbara Wy lam visited Naomi Hewitt at Ren wick. The Sewing circle met last weel Tuesday evening: at Mrs. Ed Camp bell's, with Mrs. Clifton Engelby a hostess. This week Tuesday it wa held at Mrs. D. B! Mayer's, will- Mildi'ed Qranner hostess. Mrs. L. W. Werner and Mrs. M Tillmoney went to Des Moines Sa1 urday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Fre Reece. They spent Sunday at Jolv Tillmoney's at Ames. The Rev. and Mrs. Strand, o Wallingford, and the L. C. Stran family went to Dell, Minn., Sunda to attend the 70th anniversary o the Norwegian church there, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Redinge visited at Blenche Jenk's last wee Monday and Tuesday. Mrs. Redin ger is better known here as Id Jenks. Miiton Laab, of Winnebago, Minn came Saturday to help care for hi aunt, Mrs. D. A. Carpenter, whll Mr. Carpenter went to Elbow, Minn on business. Adelaide Randall entertained M and Mrs. Earl Fritz, Bernice Ha vorson and Mr. L. Lund, of Alber Lea Sunday. They also visited a Ed Halvorson's. Methodists and friends were gla that the Rev. F. O. Johnson was r turned to this charge and Lakot or another year. The Gerald Van Der Meir family who have worked for L. A. Nit moved to Buffalo Center last wee Tuesday. Supt. and Mrs. A. E. Lauritze and son went to Waterloo Frida evening. Mildred Granner accom panled them to Cedar Falls. Official board members of th Methodist church and the Sunda school board will meet this Thur day evening at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Worden, o Elmore, were Sunday visitors Mrs. Harriett Matener's. Mr. and Mrs. Marquis Lindsey, o Fenton, and their two children spent Sunday at Jess O'Keefe's. Ed Campbells and Leon Worden went to Granada, Minn., Sunday t visit Leon's sister. Mr. and Mrs. William Flynn an son Lawrence returned last wee Monday from a short visit at Dik The W. F. M. S. will meet nes week Tuesday -with Mrs. D. Mayer Alma Sands, of Bancroft, spen the -week-end with her friend Arlen Siefert. W. B. Mason, of Lu Verne, visi ed his daughter, Mrs. Georg Thompson, Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Hazel Carpenter, of Granada spent the week-end at P.' A. Car p.entier'a. The Methodist Aid met last Tburs day with Mrs. A . B. Lauritsep, Forty were present. ' India. Hostesses M. Cox and Mrs. jirl's Club Has Meeting— The AVide Awake girls' club met aturday afternoon with Eunice :urlingame, with 29 present. Luile Black gave several readings; :uth Black gave a talk on how to •ash a sweater, and Irene ,Capeslus iscussed personalities. At the close f the program a social hour and freshments were enjoyed. pinions Home from Chicago— Mr. and Mrs. John Simon arrived ome last week Wednesday from a en-day trip to Chicago, where they isited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wi nandy, and other relatives. The SI- rnons spent three days on the rpaa each way, and spent some tlm« visiting other relatives between here nn'd Chicago. *£A «;.'; \:.\'2}t^v$!>'^^&.4^ ,:. LAKOTA PLANS MISSION FE8T FOR NOVEMBER Mrs. John Braitdow tmler Mrs. John Brandow, of Fairmont, had an operation for gall stfnes last week Thursday. Mrs. Brnndow >s the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.' De L. Parsons.. She was a guest at the Morris Parsons home n week ago Sunday, and was apparently In good health. Chicken Supper Nets $34— A large crowd attended the chicken supper served at the church parlors Friday evening, and $35 was cleared. Other Irvlngton News. ,Mr. and Mrs. John Egel and son Clarence, of Davenport, came to the Charles Egel home last Friday and remained till Monday morning when they left for-Waverly to visit Doctor Rolte, a cousin. John Is a brother of Charles Egel. The. Frank Thorntons, of Emmetsburg, 'were Sunday visitors in Irvington. Mrs. James Ard, employed in Wesley .'.spent part of the day at her home, and Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Orob'e and the Henry Loflngs, of Mason City, were at A. McLean's. •Mr. and Mrs. J. C Mawdsley drove to Waterloo last Friday . afternoon where Mr Mawdsley attended the cattle congress. They returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Dobbs, of Al gona, and the Earl Millers were Sunday guests at J. M. Cox's and Mrs. Stella Sabln and Mary Blaha, of Al gona, at Harry gabins'. Pauline Black, teacher at Irvington, and 26 pupils held a weiner and marshmallow roast on the river bank last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Joe Wilhelml and daughters Beverly and Maryln, of Bancroft, are spending a few days at the V. J. schlchtl home. Mrs. Clifford Cameron, of neai Sioux City, came Saturday to spend two weeks with her mother, Mrs R. M. Watson. Harry Felter, of near Burt, is now employed at the George Stewart farm and plans to remain there throughout th'e fall and winter. The Rev. A. English preachec Sunday on Achan's Sin. The text was taken from Joshua, 7-21, asd 72 attended Sunday school. The Embroidery club will meet next week Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. John Brown. Lakota, Oct. 6—Mrs. Wllttnm Aid- recks will entertain the W. I*. M. S. this Thursday. The Presbyterian church will hold a mission service and serve dinner and supper at the church November 1. This waa formerly a yearly service, but has hot been held for IS years. Dr. Paul Buckholt!!, a returned missionary and now president of the Dubuque university, will give the address In the morning, and Doctor Bailey, of Esthervllle, In the afternoon, and Harry Schneider In the evening. All money collected during the day will be used for foreign missions. Acorn Club Studies Aeronautics— Mrs. R. B. Hamqulst was hostess to the Acorn club last Thursday afternoon and the following program was given: Promotion of aeronautics In Iowa, with Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson as leader who gave a talk about the fli'st airships; Mrs. Smith, a sketch of the bird Delia man, Billy Robinson, of Grlnnell; Mrs. I. E. Wortman, a sketch of Clarence Chamberlln; and Mrs. John Smith told about Good News 1-2-3. Mrs. Celestlne Smith, as president, was appointed delegate to the district Federation meeting at Webster City, October 13-14, and Mrs. Art Schlssel was elected as the .other delegate, with Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht as alternate. •'';:••..Violet' Frerklhff--Returns Home— The Rev. and. Mrs. Frerking were called to Cedar Rapids last week Wednesday by the illness of their daughter Violet, who was attending Coe college. Violet has sinus trouble, and as the climate there aggra- .vated the disease It was thought advisable to discontinue .her schoo' work there, and she came home with her parents. She will continue her study' of music at Waldorf college Forest City, and will drive there twice a week for her lessons. Norman Frerking is also-taking music work there. BURT DEFEATS LONE ROCK IN NINTH INNING Lone Rock, Oct. 6 — The high school boys were defeated Friday by the Burt youngsters. The game was well played. The Lone ROck team cut-hitting Burt. The score waa lite; up to the first half of the ninth, when Burt ran in two scores. The line-up for Lone Rock was Harold Gross p, J. Newbrough c, Glen Householder 1st, Roy Leeper 2nd, A. Geitznauer 3rd, M. Marlow ss, and Priebe, R. Gross in the field. Lone Rock plays Grant this Friday on the home diamond. Driest from , Old Sod at Whittemore Whittemore, Oct. 6—John Hyland ai-rived in Whittemore last week Tuesday and will be assistant to Father William Veit, of St. Michael's parish. Father Hyland comes direct Irom Ireland, having arrived in this country on September 6. He was ordained about three months ago. He vas accompanied to America by a brother, Father William Hyland, vho has been assigned to Cherokee as assistant to Father Ed Smith. Lone Rock Wins Rally Cup— At a Y. P. rally for the north half of the Fort Dodge Presbytery at Burt Friday and Saturday Lone Rock won a cup. Four points are considered in making the award: miles traveled by group, their ap portionment paid on time, mission study classes held in past year, and percentage of goup staying to the end of conference. Next Sunday the annual rally for the Sunday school will be held at the local church at 10:30. Burt Woman Speaks to Society— The Mite society met with Mrs Madison last Thursday and after a business meeting a new Idea was carried out. Mrs. Fred Stow, of Burt, gave a talk; a reading was given by Lillian Angus; and Mrs William Christensen and Mrs. Al fred Krueger, with Ersel Blancharc at the piano, sang a duet. The next meeting will be a t Mrs. J. M. Blan chard's with Mrs. assisting. L. R. Roderick Bridge Party Given Thursday— Mrs. Oscar Earing and sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Davis and Mrs. Ben Segebarth, entertained at bridge last week Thursday evening. Pres ent were Mrs. Aired Krueger, Eve lyn Behrman, Florence Householder Neta Dunn, Floy' Jones, Jessie Ste britz, Ersel Blanchard, Mrs. Harry Rahn, and Harriett Fish. Mrs. Ste britz won high score, and Mrs. Ben Segebarth low. Lunch was served Catherine O'Doiinell Brought Home Tom O'Donnell went to El Paso Texas, last week to get his siste Catherine, who has been in a, sani tarium there for the past eigh months. They returned home las week Wednesday. Catherine has no been benefited very much by th change of climate, for it rained most of the time she was there. Coming Marriage Announced— Banns have been pronouncei twice at the St. John's church' a Bancroft for aproaching man-lag of Verona Long, youngest daugh ter of the -Richard Longs, anijl Au gust Lampe. Mr. Lampe has been the Champlin agent in Lone Rock for ten years. Mary Pearson Is Recovering— Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pearson, Em: Pearson and Mrs. Hammerstron drove to Cherokee last week Tues day to see Mary Pearson, who is a patient there, and whose condition is greatly, improved. Forty Attend Birthday Party— 4C Go to Y. P. Holly— A Y. P. rally of the Fort Dodge Presbytery was held at Burt las' Friday and Saturday and 46 from Lakota attended the banquet am meeting Friday night. Lakota has held the silver cup given by the Presbyterial Mission society for the best all-round record for three years but lost it to Lone Rock at this meeting. The Burt high school orch estra furnished music, and Norman Frerking and Robert Hamilton Jr played a saxophone duet. ilose a wound in Earl Ackerman's lead, which was gashed when a wire stretcher broke, and a loose ilece struck him last Thursday. Mrs. N. L. Cotton's Foot Scalded- Mrs. N. L. Cotton N suffered a scalded foot one day last week when a pan of hot water set. was up- Other Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Earing left Saturday for Campus and Emmington, 111., to attend the funeral of Mr. Earing's aunt. Dorothy Davis and G. C. Pettit are in charge of the post office during Mrs. Earing's absence. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schultz, of Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Krueger and Mr. a nd Mrs. Alex Krue- eer attended the funeral of an aunt Mrs. Fred Hackbarth. of. Lotts Creek, last week Tuesday. Ben and Margaret Hanna, of Shindler, s. D., spent the week-end at George Hanna's. James Winjim and a Mr. Sorensen, of Sioux Falls, and the Delbert Hannas were guests also at G. C. Hanna's Sunday. ^ Mr. and Mrs. John Sprank and Mrs, w. G. Flaig drove to Mankato last week Tuesday and Mr. Sprank was examined again. His health has not been good for two months. Clinton LaBar, of Austin, Minn., came Saturday to visit at Hugh Marlow's. Mrs. LaBar, who has been visiting here, returned home i>".j-"< »u tw "WMtwy. manner! liSI w -> friftti \1>jlbred! Good.lqplin E i A m ^^ '^ t M«]wAh e ,^ffi|rfd2n of nSf*'? fttt parade. That** the Culvcr~a new G rue '? fect °» > This youthful Watch is typical of th iL mcn! • accuracy, and the greater value-pcr-dolto & thc Gruen Watches. It's as good as it looklL ? d m dl • fine imiefc as it is beautiful outside. ncst l'/ (J^ _———-^B———-—jgBSU __ /«« C»/t>rr W/.S0 A. H. Borchardt with him. Mrs. Lillian Worthington and Hulda and Hugo, left for Illinois Tuesday to visit Mrs. Worthington's daughter, Mrs. Harley Olson, who is ill. Hugh Marlow took a truck load of sheep to Albert Lea last week Tuesday. Clarence Householder trucked a load of cattle to Sioux City last Thursday. Mrs. C. Ackerman and children, and Gertrude Sage and the Raymond Seiferts, of Irvlngton, were Sunday guests at Jim Ackerman's In honor of his birthday. Julia O'Donnell came home from Campus, ill., Friday for an entend- her ather, William Woman's P. II. jVaines Officers— The Ledyard township woman's P. B. met at the Frank Lewis horn Friday with a good attendance. Mrs Alma Heetland was 'elected presl dent, Mrs. Lou Nitz, secretary-treas urer, the Mesdames Frank Thomp son and Gus Torlne, assistant presl dents, and a program was given. A piano solo was played by Mrs. Jerrj, Ukena, and Mrs. J. E. Telcamp, on of the state fair demonstration team gave a report of the fair. Lunch was served. Class Holds Wiener Iloast- The Y. P. Methodist Sunday schoo lass held a wiener r Warburton's Saturday evening, j business meeting was held later i. the evening, and the organized clas was named Berean. A constitutlo was read and accepted, and plan were made for a Halloween party. Watcli Greyhounds Chase Rabbits. The Harold Pierces went to Ellsworth Saturday to visit till Sunday with Mrs. Pierce's parents, the H. H. Kesses. While there they attended a greyhound race at Roland with rabbits used as bait. This is an annual affair and hounds' from all over the country are entered. Thnves Move to 11 art— 'The Edward Thaves family moved to Burt a week ago Saturday. The Thaves family were all born and raised in this community. Ed was at one time editor of the North Kossuth Record, then postmaster, and later manager of a clothing store. Mrs, Woodwortli Loses Sister- Mrs. E. J. Woodworm spent last week at Ocheyedan caring for her mother, who has been seriously ill for several months. Her sister, living at Bemidji, Minn., passed away a week ago following an operation. Two Ball Games at Stevens- Two ball games were played at Stevens Sunday. Gerled defeated German Valley, and Lakota defeated Stevens 8-2. Other Lakota News, Mrs. Turley's sister, Mrs. R utn Petsch, has been visiting here for some weeks and Saturday her husband and her sister, Mrs. Larimer of Chester, S. D., came for a short visit and Mrs. Petsch went back to Chester with them Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. August Gutknecht and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknecht left last week Wednesday for a trip through Wisconsin and will visit relatives at Avoca. They expect to be gone- two weeks. Mrs. L. J. Needham, her son Morris and daughter La Von, drove to ' Friday and brought her attends A party Haack's in was given Lotts Creek at Gust last week Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. Gust Haack's birthday, present. Forty were Boy Born to Henry Sehroeders— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shroeder are parents of a U-H>. boy bom Sunday. The Shraeders hav e one other child, a boy three years o!4 whom they adopted when be was a baby. Gtt&ed T»y Broken Wire- Six stltche* were 'required ed visit with O'Donnell. Mrs. L. R. Roderick entertained at a birthday dinner last week Wednesday In honor of Mr. Roderick's father, j. L. Roderick. The W. J. Cottons went to Des Moines last week Tuesday to attend a poultry convention. Vera Morris, student at Ames, visited the parental home over Sunday. Mrs. Harley Shellito and daughter Norma visited at N. L. Cotton's over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Art IJenningson, of Graettlnger, visited at E. M. Jensen's Sunday. Mrs. W. J. Cotton and Harold An. serve on the Jury this 1 Mrs. Glen Sharp went to Chicago last week Wednesday to .Visit friends. Mrs.'Otis Sanders went to Swea City Sunday to; help care for Mrs. WJH Sanders. The Auxiliary ^jy meet »«tt week Wedne^jay at Mrs,. #. L. Cotton 1 ?. gus will week. Mr. daughter Gretchen. who „„„„ school there, home to spend the week-end. Mrs. Bertha Looft and her mother, Mrs. Shutter, of Wesley, visited friends here last week. The Shutters formerly owned and managed the furniture store here. Mr. Shutter is dead. n W , oodworth went to Esther- Sunday to meet Mrs. Wood. - w °'; th ' w «o has been at Ocheyedan with her mother, who Is ill Mrs. Milton Allen, of ' Belmond f ° mer w^ 6 ^, H> Murra vs went to Cedar Falls Friday and visited the H D Browns tili Sunday. Mr. Brown Mrs. M. J. Bobo was illlast week with tonslUtto. but is now ing. Milt Pringle held a Saturday of stock and tides were recover- sale ar are visiting to Clar- "OHOULD • wbm«n accept the O moral code of the men she mar-. tiet," this confessing woman writes, "even thoufh it drag's her through the suffering-silence of hell? "1 loved my husband, Paul-Louis— loved him with all the yielding- devotion ol a country girl Irom Illinois. But he was French, •'foreign gentleman with a foreign .code of -morals. He fouled my lips with faithless kisses —and threatened to rear my baby boy to worship his wayward attitude toward young womanhood. "How could I —how could any woman endure such torture and still IN NOVEMBER entered} the rot with goon? Iwas. " ve . m y P^ious child. Andwl th.t fatal afternoon, I went to P 1 " Louis apartment to beii-io even to kill-when-" P • • • Here, into lliii ll,uni!erin(cliTim,Fii,L • boll Hut thoi,klhcvcry.lcplh,o||u ml womin'a inul. 11 you love ill ti»i|] •nd fine in life— il tvsryou hnvebetii,, with the hclplcM Ihoujht of i \ m j" un(.ilhr«ln«.. here i, , trcmenJoaih ilory th»t will grip you Ihroujh evtnu lold detail. The «tory ii ctllcd Htil AND MASTBR. You will find il conk ' November TttUH STORY MAGAZINE-, •i il flowed from the pultinf penotliiiti woman who foujtit for ihe R!|ht. OdJ 'copy olTrueStory—ijei it lodar- Trut Story Hour it now bnadcmt irmtf nil lit ovtr WEA F and NBC Hit Hitt t'cltct Niw York llmi. rue , OUT TODAY WHEREVER A Pound of Buff* o. FTEN a pound of butter takes a i of a thousand miles to find its dinner table! In more than a hundred produce plants, Swiftl Company is taking the butterfat, eggs and poultry of t 200,000 farm patrons .daily, paying cash for them r' sending them into national channels of distribution. Thousands of miles of leased telegraph wires kw| Swift & Company executives informed where these command the best prices. To the best markets rushed the surpluses of over-iupplied districts national market like this one, many a pound of but many an egg, too — would grow useless right at hon*.^ else be sold at much less than present prices To distribute produce at well'as quality meats,_SwM| Company uses all the facilities of its over 400 branch WJJ and its 600 refrigerator car routes. Its great organ has 55,000 employees living in hundreds of towns their pay checks help iupport community interests , trade. They are local men doing a national job, reuwi producers of all selling worries and minimizing loea» I and shortages. A nation-wide marketing system for P oultry jJ! butterfat must render « complete service, co"*" chasing, grading, wfrigeratiw.^antportation, delivery. The system functions smoothly wbw undertakes all these steps, Swift * Company these services at the lowe»t potsible «**. Sw»ft profit! from all sources, over a long term of averaged lew than a half cent * pound. Swift & Company gt H|if food* On wit by local

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