Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1932 · Page 2
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pr^v' >>- v v i' --;-; .'- "" K *¥A»B- Ttfo WHinEMORE GIRL IS WED TO_ALGOHIAH '''W.hittemore, • June 14 — La*t 3nflifsday afternoon, at the .Evangelical Lutheran | parsonage of fne iRev. P. J. Braner, Algona, took place the marriage of Loretta Heldt, Whittemore, to Le Roy Dits- •vrorth, Algona. Attending were Mr. • and Mrs. Peter Heldt, parents of the bride. 'Following the ceremony, •a reception was given at the Heldt Thome, and at 6:30 a wedding lunch- ! «on was served. The bride, who is the oldest daughter of the Heldts, was born and reared here, and Mr Ditsworth, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Ditsworth, now of Seattle, was reared at Algona, where, since his parents went west five years ago, he has lived with an nunt. He has for seven or eight years been in the employ of C. H Taylor of the Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory. Presentation Academy Graduates f — Last week Sunday evening <at St Michael's church the Presentation academy class of 1932 was gradu ated, The address was given by thi Very Rev. J. T. Finnegan. The grad vates are Harvey Mergen, Rolanda Knecht, Joseph Loebach, Carmella Waldschmidt. Regina Henry, an- Mildred Elbert. Margaret Elber and Rosella New were graduatec from the commercial department and 17 pupils were graduated from the eighth grade. The program foi lows: March Pontifical, Gounod Mary. Dearest Mother, choir; con f erring of honors, Father Veit; ad dress; Ave Marie, choir; benedic 4ion of blessed sacrament; recessional. Burt Goes Strong for Two Local Candidates Burt, June 7—The first scheduled week with Mrs. Richmanh's mother Junior League ball.game was played | at Wheaton, Minn. . ast Thursday afternoon on the Burt Mr " aild Mrs ' G " 3 ' F " Vogel grounds against Algona. Because of •ain It had been postponed from last veek Tuesday. Burt defeated Al> :ona 29-1. The next game will be played this week Tuesday evening against Swea City here. Leave for Forestry Job— Willis Chipman and Margot Mor- ness went to Ames AVednesday and brought home Willis's brothers, Russell and Myron. Myron Is a student at Ames, but was obliged to come home on account of illness, be- ng laid up with an infection In his legs. Saturday Russell and Willis left for Easton, Wash., where Russell has a job working in the Wa- natchee National Forest. Behnkes Leare for Jaunt — H. W. Behnke, head of the local Lutheran school, and his wife will leave this week Friday for Atkins to visit relatives of Mrs. Behnke and from there will drive to Chicago, to visit the daughter Gertrude other relatives. Mr. Behnke take a two weeks summer course at Elmhurst, 111. and will school 'Aux' Meets Saturday— The Legion Auxiliary met In the Legion hall last week Wednesday evening. Mrs. W. J. Denton, district vice president, spoke. Mrs. Falk, Mrs. Ashing, and Mrs. Cooper, of Titonka, were also guests. Plans were made for a children's picnic at the Call park June 17. This will be for children of all ex-service men, and the girls who sold poppies will also be guests. Clapsaddle <o Class Reunion— Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle and daughter Rachel, M. E. Polhemus, lya Trunk- hill and Ruth Thompson went to Cedar Rapids Saturday to visit relatives and friends. Trr. Clapsaddle and Mr. Polhemus went on to Iowa City, where Dr. Clapsaddle attended a class reunion and Mr, Polhemus visited his son Warren. They re r turned Monday. Portland Farm Bureau Meets— A good-sized crowd attended a Portland Farm Bureau meeting at S. M. Peterson's last week Wednesday evening. The program Included a talk by Edward Droessler; the 'Spotlight," Erna Peterson; talk by County Agent Morrison; music, and daughter Eleanor left Monday morning for a week with relatives at Wlnfleld, Kae. Mrs. Ida Anderson has gone to Delphi, Ind., for two weeks With her daughter, Mrs. R. M. Weaver. The J. T. Heariys are moving'into the McDonald house, recently vacated by the N. A. Whltehursts. 'Little Lavonne Gettman Is spending this week with her grandmother, Mrs. Edith Hlch, Algona. Eunice Ward, of South Dakota, is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. C. H. Reynolds. Winsome and Nelda Volentlne are visiting their aunt at Chicago. Mrs. Squalre Hudson was ill with the flu the first of the week. H. W. Manus spent last week at Emden, 111., with relatives. SL JOE SCHOOL YEAR IS ENDED WITH PROGRAM TITONKA 2ND IN POPPY REMITTANCE •l 1 ' i *' Titonka, June 7—-The local Legion Auxiliary will give its annual Fl- dac program next week Tuesday .at the home ot the FWac chairman, Mrs. Mayme Wentz. Portugal, particularly A study Lisbon, of TO LESLIE HUFF Roy Theater "VVI11 Open Saturday— Mr. Manor; of Burt, who is making alterations and installing equipment for a movie theater here, had •planned his opening for Saturday, but the sound equipment could not be got ready in time, so the opening was postponed till next Saturday. Sisters Oo to Ireland— Sister Anminciatus and Sister M. Bernatlette left last week Tuesday for Dubuque, where they were to spend a few days before leaving foi Ireland. Twenty-five Presentation Bisters are to attend an eucharistic congress in that country. St. Joe, June 7—Commencement exercises for the St. Joe eighth and ninth grades were held at the parochial schoolhouse Friday night, May 27. The stage was decorated with the ninth grade colors, blue and white. The class motto was Ever Onward. The program follows: morning invitation, chorus; Minuet in G, Beethoven, Alvin Erpelding; Kinderpolka, drill, primary pupils; march, duet, Pearl Reding, Dorothy Wagner; (Flag playet, two scenes, 7th and P 8th grades; Dance of the Rosebuds, by You Mustn't, Clarence t Erpelding; intermediate grades; Xnmberyard anil Employe Promoted Wm. J. Littleton has been appointed Fullerton lumberyard manager at Lawton. He had for several years worked in the yard here. The family will move late In June. Merle Woltz and Lillian Godfredson; and songs by a Portland chorus. >'ewlywetls Leave for Tour— Mr. and Mi's. Seldon Straley, Married May 2S, left last Thursday for a two week's wedding trip to Indianapolis and Spencer, Ind. Mrs. Straley was formerly Gladys Brace, and the couple will be at home after their return to Fenton, where Mr. Straley is a rural mail carrier. Attend West Hcnd Celebration— The Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Clifton nd daughter Phyllis and Vera Chlp- i;in attended the 40th anniversary elebration of the Methodist church t West Bend Sunday afternoon, [r. Clifton was formerly pastor of he church there. Xindn I)nu <o \Ved Today — Announcement was made Sunday at St. Paul's Lutheran church that Frank Jergens and Linda Dau •would be married at the church this •week Thursday. Tonr Depart for Vacation — Father Veit, Oscar Poirot, Clem Cavan.augh, and Dr. J. W. McCreery left last week Monday for northern Minnesota for a week's outing. Xydla Meyer Birthday Observed — Young folks were entertained Friday evening at George Meyer's, the occasion being the daughter Lydia's 16th birthday. farochlal Pupils AVrlte Tests- Examinations were written last Thursday at St. school. Paul's Lutheran Other Whittemore News. Mr. and Mrs. William Maahs daughter Elda, and Mr. and Mrs Ernest Maahs, all of Nashua, Minn, -came Saturday to visit William' parents, going back Tuesday. The> attended a Lutheran school picni here. The Lutheran Y. P. S. met las Thursday evening at St. Paul', schoolhouse, H. W. Beihnke, vie president, in charge, P. L. Jessen president, not being able to attend Bertha Vaudt has joined the society Mr. and Mrs. Fred Teemann, o Fairmont, visited over Sunday a !Fred Heinrich's. Mrs. Teeman an Mrs. Heinrich are sisters. They wer accompanied home by Edgar Hein rich. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cullen, Mlnonk 111., spent Memorial ,day and a fe\ days afterwards at the parenta John S. Cullen's. Joe works for Minonk newspaper. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, so James, and Delores Kloock, all o Ga,rner, were here Saturday nigh and Sunday, 'i'^y attended a Lu theran school jtipnio. Miss Brietbach left foi- ijep horn »t Peosta last week ilontfay. ' Sh ••*"••" taught in the Presentation hig "•' during -the apademic' ye a Triumphant March, Rosalia Krucher; The Naughty Mouse, by '5th and 6th grades; Golden Dandelion, Elizabeth Ziemet; Twilight Idyl, Joseph Faber; Camouflage, two scenes, 8th and 9th grades; Duke's Song, Rita and Martha Becker; Little Love Song, Franklin; To Victory, Joseph Faber and Alvin Erpelding; Happy Days Gone By, flth grade; Awakening of Spring, Whispering o'f the Pines, Bertha Thul; conferring of honors, the Rev. Fr. Theobald; Hail to America/chorus. Alley Ruts Whip LIvermorc— Tom Becker's Alley Rats defeated the Livermore ball team Sunday, 16-4. The game was played at Livermore and was umpired by Ole Nelson and Eugene Miles. The St. Joe and Hardy teams crossed bats on the local diamond Sunday, score 72 in favor of St. Joe. Ernest Gates was umpire. Next Sunday the locals will play Algona here. be made. Florence Reynolds Will sing Portuguese songs and a Portuguese luncheon will be served. Auxiliary members may take guests. Martha Bonacker, Americanism chairman, will present.numbers preparatory to observance of Flag day. The local Legion Auxiliary has received %yord from the department secretary, Mrs. M. Myston Skelly, that it was the first unit In the eighth district to remit one-fourth of the poppy sale proceeds to the Department. The unit was first • in the district to meet all state citations ahd second In the state. First in the state was Indlanola, 18 miles from Des Moines. The Indlanola unl sent its contribution by auto the evening of the poppy sale day. Clinrch Improvements Praised— This paragraph from Dlst. Supt. W. H. 'Lease's Algona (Methodist) District Broadcaster for May will interest Titonklans: "The Interior of the Titonka church upstairs and down has been redecorated, and're- pairs have been made outside. All looks fine now, and the pastor. Is happy. He says with emphasis .that it Is all paid for." Another Patient Has Mumps- Shirley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bruhs, is one of the latest victims of the mumps. This adds:to already grave troubles, for she had been abed several months with rheumatism and had only, been able to be up and around for a short time before she again fell sick. Girls' Club Will Meet— The Buffalo Busy Bees will meet with Gertrude Meyers and Lois Heifner this week Thursday, and Sexton, June 7—lia Mae, daughter of Mr. and" Mrs, George Olsen, Ahd-Leslie, s6n of Mrs. John Huff 8f,, Were rtiarried last'^eek Wednea* day 1 in the (Little Brown church ,at Nashua by the Rev. William Kent. They were attended by Neva And George Olsen, slater and brother of the bride. Other guests were Gene- vleve Arndoffer and Leo Steven. The bride wore a gown of pale green chiffon with white slippers and hat, and her attendant wore a dress of pale pink, with white slippers and hat. After the ceremony the young couple left for Iowa City, where they spent two days with the bride's sister, Mrs. Ray Thomas, formerly Lora Olsen. * The new Mrs Huff Is a graduate of the Algona high school, and has taught in this vicinity for a number of years. Mr Huff Is manager of the Plum Creek elevator. Mr. and Mrs. Huff are now at home in 'the Harry Bod tenant house near Plum Creek. Bible School at Church- Marie Harrte' and Nell, Wise ar conducting • Bible .; school in" th church for .tWo' weeks. Admission is 25c for the two weeks' study There are-a number of children en rolled. Crowd for Wedding Dancer- Mr, and ..'Mrs. ;Leslle Huff gave weddlng.danoe In the. hall here Frl day night. There was an enormou crowd, and hardly room for dancing A 'Burt orchestra played, Other Sexton News. Mrs. Hallard Snyder, came {ipme Sunday afternoon from the Kossuth hospital,; where, she was- a patient for. three weeks following an operation for gallstones, j. . The Milwaukee • work crew came to town last Thursday to lay new *\ti will- meet with Mrs. HarVey Steven Jurte 2&. \ > . ecetv fc - a , ii Vftfl. . M . ifekard, Off** tfMt ki!t«rnoorf With he!; oy ., - , te< - Roy 40«oiri left iSunday for Burt, he trill be employed on reutrnlng Frieda's the girls will have a hike of three miles in the woods northeast of town. rails. They finished 'here Monday and moved to Wesley Monday evening. ' Mrs. Lon Gouge, daughter Margery, and Minnie Kutschara, spent PAROCIAL SCHOOL, , LOTtS CREEK, HAS CLOSING PROGRAM Letts Creek, June 7—The paroch-> al school was closed Friday with a program In the afternoon, a large audience attending: Star-Spangled Banner, school; George Washington's Chefry Tree, Edgar Schmlel; The Giggles, Mildred Faulstlchi Carry Me Back to Old Vlrglnny, school; Pets, Boys, and £K>gS, R*u- ben Furstenau; America the Beautiful, school; Puppy Love, Dorothy Wichtendahl; DepressionT Kenneth Keucker; America, school; Picture Tooken, Arlln Kohlwes; George Washington's 'Grave, Mahda K ding; Home, Sweet Home, school Ed Wetzel, employed on the railroad, accompanied the Max ^Basts Algona, for a visit at Richard Potratz's Sunday. Mr. Wetzel is :a brother of Mrs. Potratz. ; : The two little daughters of Mr and Mrs. William Buss spent a. few days recently with their grandparents, the elder Mr. and Mrs. Buss, a* Algona. 'Hilda, Elma, and Esther Pptratz employed, at Fort Dodge, came home Saturday for a day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz Ruthle Schmiel, who attends thr Algona high school, Is at .home, bu her sister Esther remained at Al gona for a few days'. Margaret and - Ada Fiene are spending a few days at Algona, af ter which they will spend' the sum mer school vacation with their par ents, the Rev. ahd Mrs. E. Flene The daughter Hanna Is at home a' here, Defe»t Hardy . The St. fo- i a fa»t ball 'gam* day, 7*2. «t. Joe will play the Al gona. Grays on the local diattom lext Sunday. .. i. ', > "' will Which | highway south v ... v feotHi,'ha* been graded and graveled till paved. In pa^d it | e will .'nWt Minnesota at the which 1 will Involve only a f ew ", 6f paving nortih from Lakotn * Stf6Uld then be pavin K nM^ h from Algona to the Twin citi V mo*t of the way south from to Des Moines. Thursday and Friday, Jane « and 10 Thursday matinee, 10»25c. WALTER HUSTON ANITA PAGE PHILIP HOLMES In "Night Court" ; One of the outstanding productions of 1932. > Operations of a night court In any one of the big cities. ' Saturday, June 11. 1:30-3:30 matinees, 10-25c. SMITH & BALE The : great comedy team. In "Hearts of New ^York* East Side, West SJde, and the lun Air Mall Mystery Serial and Comedy Program Sunday and Monday, ,iu llc I« M J. 1 and'3 o'clock matinees, 10-30c.l CHESTER HORRIg • CAROLL LOMBARD In "Summers in The A Palm Beach rormmce, Beautiful girls, gorgeous g O Tuesday ..Wednesday, June 14 Tuesday matinee, I0-25c JOAN CRAWFORD ROBERT MONTGOMERY] In "Letty Lynton" iDrama ot modern society, May,Robson and Lewis Stone i the cast. Wliltcliursts at Blue Earth- Mrs. N. A. Whitehurst came last Thursday to pack up her household goods, which were moved to Blue Mr. Whitehurst is produce station larth Saturday, now running a .liere. Vntl-Saloon Speaker Coming— Dr. Ewing, superintendent of the •\nti-Saloon League, Des Moines, vlll Kive a prohibition talk at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning. Attend Dnbuque Commencement— Thomas and 'Nicholas Becker, accompanied by Sister Mary Georgine Pocahontas, and Mrs. Mate Becker Burt, drove to Dubuque one day last week to attend exercises in which their sister Emma took part. Sister Mary Georgine remained there, Emma returning , with her brothers and sister-in-law. Dolllver Society Meets Here- Mrs. Roetman entertained Takes Stale Academic Tests— Urban Lentsch. Livermore high the Dolliver Missionary society at her home here Friday. The Roet- mans formerly lived at Dolliver. Bible School Held Here— A daily -vacation Bible school opened Tuesday and will continue for two weeks at the Presbyterian church. Other Biirt News. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp, Mrs. Mary Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Vinaas and son Lloyd; and Mrs. Albert Schraeder were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the J. H. Graham home. The Rev. Allen Woods, Good .Hope, were dinner guests at the Graham home Friday. Mrs. Harold Sauermann and little son, Mitchell, S. D., arrived Friday for a month's visit with her parents, the Al Staehles. Mr. Sauermann is conducting a boys' camp at Spirit Lake. The Sauermanns will spend the latter part of the summer in their cottage at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Madetzke and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ristau and Julius Wiese, all of Elmore, spent Sunday at the Maynard Beckworth home. Mrs. Madetzke is a sister, Mrs. Ristau a niece, and Mr. Wiese a brother of Mrs. Beckworth. The K. J. Smiths went to West Okoboji Sunday and visited till Monday morning at the cottage of a sister of Mrs. Smith. They brought home with them their daughter, Mary Ann, who had been spending a- couple of weeks with her aunt. daughter Lola, school graduate this year, received a card entitling him to a trip to Iowa City, with expenses .paid. He left Sunday to take academic tests Monday'and Tuesday. He will spend the summer on the Peter J. Erpelding farm. Attend Peter Klscli Funeral— A number from here attended the Peter Kisch funeral at West Bend a week ago last Thursday. The Rev. Father Theabald officiated at both masses at West Bend and burial in St, Joseph cemetery here. Silver Weddings Celebrated— A double sliver wedding was celebrated Saturday, by Mr. and Mrs. John Frideres and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Faber. Relatives and close friends helped them celebrate at dinner. Other St. Joe. Thirty-seven pupils received awards from the county for spelling; 22 received final and improvement' certificates in the Palmer Method; 24 had perfect attendance throughout the school year and were presented with gifts from Father Theabald. James Becker, accompanied by Raymond Thilges, drove to S,loux City a week ago Friday to get 1 the former's brother Nicholas, who attended Trinity college last year. Joseph Becker Jr. and his mother, returned On the Chicago Five Entertain the Mumps— The disease known as the mumps has not left Titonka. Among patients last •vyeek were Hazel Miller, Betty and Dorothy Budlong, Herbert Schram, and >Leola Oestei-reicher'. Indians AVIn from Fenton— The Titonka Indians defeated the Fenton ball nine in a 12-inning game here Sunday, 7-6. Bible School to Open- Under auspices of the Methodist church a Bible study school will open next Monday. Doctor Sartor Is Grnii'dud— A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Guido Sartor Saturday, the first in the family. Other Titonka News. .Jay Budlong and" Raymond Bonacker, who had gone to Chicago on a stock train a week ago Saturday, got home last week Wednesday night with' Mr. Cummings, a 'stock- buyer, who brought them in his car. Mr. Jennings went on to Estherville to visit his parents. Harold, son of the Rev. L. G. Gartner, Rowan, who had been here two weeks, caring for the Gartner bees, which were left behind when the family moved away, drove home for the week-end Friday, returning Monday. Doyle, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Craven, goes to Minneapolis 'this week Wednesday to find work. He was employed there last winter, but has been home during the last few months. The George Lesters, Woden, were at W. A. Winter's last Thursday, They took advantage of rainy weather to visit the old home neighborhood. Mrs. Mayme Wentz, R. N., who had been employed at the Willis home, has gone home, but Mrs. Florence Reaser remained for a week longer. Candidates for the state, district, and county offices or their representatives kept Titonkians busy last week. ' Mrs. John Fisher, who had spent several weeks with St. Paul relatives, came Ijome a few days ago. The Dr. R, C. Rails drove to Wisconsin Friday to visit relatives and old friends a few days, M. S, Craven, William iLarsen, and H .A. French fished in Minnesota a few days last week. The Fred Wentz family visited J - ..._ ..brother George's, south fl - -. *r* v -*^' Hyland recently announced ,»,*v -^ — — **j •«.*»« i !?v.ciiny itjijiuuncea that beginning j une 5 the h ours of Sunday service would be 7 a. m. for early mass and 9 for late mass. Ralph Heng, who recently underwent an appendicitis operation at the McCreery hospital, was taken home last week Monday. Av'a Simpson, teacher and girls 1 coach in the Parkersburg schools, fcas been visiting at the AVm. Reimers home, The Fred Millers, Elmhurst, 111., Visited a few days last week at P. L. Jessen's. Mrs. Jessen is a sister of Mrs. Miller. Laura, daughter of (Louis Braatz, came home one day last week from the deaf mute state school at Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. John Purhnage, of Cuttenburg, were Memorial day guests of their daughter, Mrs. Gerald Braga. Fred Wegener brought Mrs. Chas. Heidenwitb, Lone Rock, here Sat^ urday to visit her son Arthur. Frances Duffy has come home tronj a year's studies at Mary's college, Cherokee. Mrs. Joseph Becker Jr., .Monday from Cincinnati, way back they stopped at to visit relatives. Mrs. Mike Braws, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kohlhaas, Algona, drove to Keokuk recently to niece, Kathleen RingsJorf, and a I attend the funeral of Matt Koch'. Mrs, Engelkes, Newark, S. D'., carh'e *•' •"•""•-•• a f ew (jayg a t Fred They will take home who has been at-j XtHto'Efi "" ;i *ii»' went to Omaha last week Wedrifcsday to meet his moth» er, of tBruie, Neb., arid bring her here via 'Sl&ux City, whence they YOU can takie the "Treasured ^trails relatives at Elmore and Blue Earth Sunday. Mrs. H. C. Schweppe entertained th,e Larking bridge club iFriday, Mt. St. Helen Mona Oringer, ot Stuat Tbeo. also brougfai. home Ml'i Gray's daughter Maybeiie, of Mornlngside college. Mrs. G. J, F. Vogel and Mrs. L. H. Schenck attended a Mothers and Daughters club meeting at Mrs. Will Nelson's last Thursday, and . Mrs. Schenck read a paper on "Should a Woman Make a Will?" Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klamp, Mrs. M. L. Vinaas, Mrs. C. W. Patterson, Mrs. E. E. Paine, and Mrs. Floyd Bacon attended a district Eastern Star meeting at Estherville Friday. Mrs. Leonard Schmidt and children, Corwith, spent last week at the Paul Moore home. Her niece, Pauline Moore, went home with her Sunday for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Orlie Hobson, Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mvs. Harry Hobson and family, Lone Rock, were Sunday dinner guests at the D. T. Hobson home. 'Letlxa Mann went to Cedar Falls last week Tuesday to attend s»m- roer school. She was a member of this year's graduating clas*.' The. Rey, a^d Ijx*. JL, 33&2fe»}ajH» and daughter are *»«»#»« tW» Ziemet Sr. was taken to Iowa cfty a week ago last Thursday bv hiis son Peter to take an examination for h«a eyeSi "' r '""t»»*r Mr. and Mrs. Jolln. Cunningham drove to Rochester a week ago Friday, and Mrs. Cunningham entered, the Mayo clinic. A large crowd attended a barn dance at Leo Weydert's Friday night. Lunch was served by Earl Jay, Livermore. The John AHmans, the Chris Gales family, and Henry Leorwald drove to Fort Dodge Sunday for a picnic dinner. The St. Joe ball team defeated Bradgate a week ago Sunday, 8-4. Father Theabald and Thomas Becker umpired. The ninth grade pupils, chaper^ oned by Father Theabald, had a, class picnic last week Monday. The Adam Kramers were Sunday dinner guests at Dennis Wagner's, near Galbraith. A large crowd attended an Altman Bros, trap shoot Sunday and Monday. The HeYivy Zeimets fir. drove to Sterling Silver We have beeft informed by the manufacturers that if the new tax bill is signed it will become effective June 20 an4 will carry a 10 per cent ta# which must be added to the purchase price after the 20th jf June. Now is the time to auy or fill in your patterns —if you order before 20th there will be no Lost Iltod Sunday for a. day at fishing. Gertrude Illg has been helping with household duties at Arthur Iflg's. 1 >F«±ber Francjs His, recently 6r- dalned, is now located at Viola iPhUlips lias gone to. \ Mini?-, to vJ^Jt be* " tlie tax. forty years Red Crown Gasoline has been the standard by which all other gasolines were measured' 1 - hence its present nante.— Standard Red C.rovra Gasoline. 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