Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 9, 1932 · Page 5
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APVAkCB.AtXJONA.ldWA 'Edward Wetzel, Minneapolis, vleitlng his mother and sisters. The Methodist W. F. M. S. meet at the parsonage this noon. after- James Murtagh came home from Towa City Friday. law course. He is taking a; IfSttAY, JUNE 14 VAKML ° Imile e4«t II? Umiles north ot paving.. P* ™ v 1^ t -s. J ^ f iyour picnic ' supper, buy ETiUaWberrles and cream, and 'jttpperon the-lawn. THOMAS', GW1D •Frances Duhlgg is spending' several days at Omaha with her sister,' Mrs. Ray Neary. •, A press breakdown yesterday 1 caused several hours delay in prlnt-i Ing this week's paper. • Mrs. Ernst Thiel, who had' been helping sisters at Weatgate a few weeks, came home Sunday. Wilda McCullough, Klrksvlllei; Mo., came Tuesday for a stay of in-, definite length with Dr.-'and' 1 Mrsi" W. D. Andrews. . , Olive Kj-essln clerked at the, Weiss.& Sorstedt cloak shop Satur-! day and till further notice will clerk! there on busy days. ; • The Baptist Loyal class meets to^i day with Mrs. Esther Willason;' Mesdames Miner, Coffin, and Carrie Taylor, assisting hostesses. The First Lutheran Dorcas society will meet at Mrs. George Spong•berg's tomorrow; Mrs. Jos'.' 7 Ghris-j tenson, assisting hostess. .,-. Mrs. Maurice Streit Cullen, Oel-j weln, and her children, will go home Sunday, after two weeks with* relatives here and at Whittemore.. Dr. W. H. Lease went to .Sioujj City Sunday to attend dbniimence- ment doings at Mornlngsi^e;'and i meeting of the college board ,Tuesi day. • • •' ' : ""' Price JDDOuncement |o accommodate those who have lyet been able to purchase chicks [are putting our chick price for ! and July down to 4%c per {and custom hatching down to > r egg. Orders must^ be placed ice to receive this benefit. fellendorf ghorngFarm Algona, Iowa 4 Pounds iENATE OF LEAD FOR / today and get the bugs usby's Sfeiff, - ** an Just iQouncement Agnes Rice, instructor In.'the Illinois state normal school at.,Normal 111., has gone to New York <Jity t< attend summer school at Columbia university. , : . ,. D. Wane R. Collins, high .'school band and orchestra instructor^ and John Shilts went to Mount, Union Friday to visit till Sunday,,>ylth Mr-jj Collins' mother. ,'•:';•••-• J Presentation Sisters in charge of the local academy go to Dubuqu§ for the rest of the summer/'laYe this month. Some of them will' attend summer school. . . } ^The W. E. Lairds went to Clear Lake Monday to open their cottage for the summer. They expect to spend much of tHeir time at' the 1 lake this summer. ''.'--" Mrs.-W. D. Andrews and'-Mrs. Forrest Twogood returned Sunday from Iowa City, where they had spent several days with Banket'-ah'9 Mrs. F. D. Williams. .'"i Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Seivert,- of Primghar, and their daughter Dorothy, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith. Mr. Seivert is a cousin of Mrs. Smith. John, 16-year-old son of "Mr. and Mrs. M. H. McEnroe, who was oper 1 ated on for appendicitis May' 3J, was able to go home yesterday.-'For 'a time his case was critical. '.. Betty Guderian, Kanawha, came Sunday for "several days with her grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Guderian. Her parents, Editor and Mrs, John Guderian, brought her. ' ••> •Mr. and'Mrs: D. H. Goeders-went to Des Molnes • Monday afternoon, and were expected home yesterday, Mr. Goeders attended a meeting and a picnic'of the fish and 'gairle com'r mission. H, J. Lacy went to Audubon Satf urday, and returned Sunday nlghj with Mrs. Lacy and the baby son John, who had visited MrsVLacy-'s parents, Mr. and Mrs. ErnestlReed, a week. ' ' ' i The Presbyterian Sunday..,£Choo will observe Children's 'day Sundaj morning. The program will be rnadi up of music, readings, and dialogues The Sunday school teachers Will bj in (iharge. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Madsen, Ring: 8ted,.-'Were week-end 'guests of MrS. Clara Sorensen and Mrs. F. M Stacy. Mrs. Madsen and Mrs. Soiv enaen are sisters, and Mrs..^taoy Ji their mother. ' The W. G. McCulloughs rmotorei to 'Newton Sunday for a visit til Mpnday with relatives. NewtanvdS their old home.. Mr. McCu'llp.ijgh re cently succeeded^. El Lalrd-as un dertaker here. ,• •""''.''•;•,• William Steele'went to Iowa City last -Thursday to bring home Dorq thy Fisher, senior liberal arts, for a vteit till Sunday, when he took he back. Miss Fis,her will ated in August. Mrs. Agnes Laidley, and (Mary Ellen Beenker can* week ago Saturday for a few-week, with Mrs. Laidley's daughter. Mrs H. M. -Vins9n. Mrs. JLaid$y house tor the Beeijkers., ' Mr.''and-Mrs.-Leslie Samp-jNew ton, »P«nt Satwrday and, 1 '' the former's'mother, Mrs. An who once operated a beauty shop in the Christensen store, now has one at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Shoemaker, ot Minneapolis, went home Tuesday, after several days with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Good, uncle and aunt of Mrs. Shoemaker. Mr. Shoemaker Is in the employ of the Home Indemnity Insurance company. The Max Basts, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell, the Henry Scheppmans, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hlntz, the ' Henry Lavrenz family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Llesner, and Gottlieb Gronbach attended a Lutheran school picnic at Whittemore Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Free Jr., of Iowa City, and their little daughter are expected Saturday. George was graduated from the state university pharmacy school last week, and he Is taking state board examinations at Iowa City today and tomorrow. The Theo. Herbsts moved into the former Herbst home on north Thor- Ington last week-end. The house was vacated by the F. F. Barkers, who moved to Des Moines. The Herbsts had been living in the J. M. Herbst tenant house on 'south Moore. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Kent are spending a week in northern Minnesota. They •left Sunday and expect to return this week-end. Mr. Miller.is president of the Iow% State bank, and Mr, Kent operates the locaf Ford garage. SAt the Rotary club luncheon Monay noon, Herman Hauberg, Geo. W. Godfrey, and Al Falke'nhainer gave reports of the recent nth district Rotary conference at Davenport. In the absence of President Overmyer; Mr. Falkenhainer, past president, presided. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Everson, St. harles, S. D., and two daughters ent home last week Wednesday, fter several days with the Andrew etersons. Mrs. Everson is a niece f Mr.!Peterson, and,her husband is •esident of the Farmers Union in drew Godfredson. 'Leslie, who is \\ charge of a drug store at Newtor is a registered pharmacist., „ v Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Momyfr, Mr,', and Mrs, M. P. WeaveVspen ja«r Thursday at Webster,, City, at tending a state abstractors' meettng Mrs, ?aul Wille accomtoanied t 'th Weavers to visit relatives. Vera Bteil, who teaches the-third grade' in the Floyd school at Siou: City, came''home Saturday SOT*'** 1 •«jin«ner. She is the.dauglfter - 'jstell, and she will teach I C?lty again next year. , Opal Croinan, who teaches ,,4ird grafls school at Blrohyrst will come home next week-end- fo the summer wit'h her parents, Mr »nd Mrs, Bert Oronan. Sh*-wW-*e turn to ?5to)hurst in September. The Bey. 4 *n4 Mrs. C. V, Jiuis drey* tQ. S}QU.X City Monday an *f"»? w. _«M| Mornjng6l4a co ji e g th Tuesday. They brought hom . e, a Morningside junior, ' P. J. tbere DM* p !»•«» outh Bakota. Mr. and Mrs. David 2. Wi 'ard and heir new daughter went to Red Oak donday for the summer. Mr. Ward, ho is an Algona high school teach- i'i has been reelected and will re- irn in the fall. The Wards had een living in -a.r\ apartment in the all theater building. The St. Thomas, Guild will hold s annual strawberry and ice cream jstival next Tuesday at the Gilbert arm, a mile east of the city limits n No. 18. Berries and cream will e sold, and space on the lawn will e provided for persons desiring to ring a picnic dinner. David Purvis, Petaluma, Calif., rrived recently to spend the sum- ler with his sisters Belle and Mrs. J. Hough. Mr. Purvis, who. for- nerly conducted a produce 'business t Petaluma, lost his wife a year or o ago. It is now 23 years since he eft Algona for the coast. Alice Rist came home Friday from owa City, where she. finished her unior year in the state university. he will spend the summer with her >ar$nts, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rist. ler sister, Mrs. Thos. O'Haire,' of Vashington, D. C., and the latter's ittle daughter are expected for the iummer. ' ' ' The M. J. Pools -, returned last week Wednesday from Rockford, \}., where they had spent several days with relatives. Mrs. Pool's steer, Mrs. D. C.- Moore, Rockford, and a daughter, Carol accompanied "the 'ools here . for a ten day visit. M. J. ' manager of the local -Botsford umberyard. McEnroe Bros,, who . recently .purchased the former People's Savings bank building at St. 'Benedict, may move it to their headquarters in the Milwaukee, yards here and use it as a garage. -The brothers are M. H. who Uyes< in .the country; Frank; who resides in town, and Leo, also ti the country. • The May issue of Dlst. Supt. W. .' Lease's Algona (Methodist) District Broadcaster says ! "The Algona Methodist church is the hospitality center for the district. The women et a lot of practice serving feeds. The weekly envelppes keep the finances in good shape. The goppel team has added its bit." The American Legion is publishing a booklet, Summary of Rights and Benefits to which > World War Veterans are Entitled according to Federal and State Legislation. It consists of 32 pages and Is available only with the August' issue of 'the L'egion monthly magazine. Veterans who pay dues soon will receive it. 'Mrs. Nell Munflhenk has ordered the address, of her Advance changed from Sioux City to Ames, She is a sister of Dr. Loujs Nelson, of thq State College veterinary department, and 1 her husband, who died many years ago, was Northwestern agent here. Since Mr. Mundhenk's death she had made her' home ,at Sioux City. Patients at the Kossuth 'hospital during the last,, week have, been: s. S- E. Phillips, IAI Verne, ma- Jor surgical; Ernest Mickels, La^ Icota, major operation; a Mr. Redd, ^ r^I WH^TT yftf^ LtlAlhJE&MJrlEjO .^wBft\i .•-• "" •• , u • • . tttlNltlr, P, ,t. Braner, Padlor— r annual mission', festival will be lebrated next' Sunday. Following the program for the day: Sunday hool arid Bible class, 10 a. m.;. irman festival service, 10:30, con- cted by , the Rev. Max Frledrlch, jmboldt; English festival service 2i'30, the Rev. H. B. Stahmer, of tirville, speaker. A quartet, the ble class, and the choir will sing eclal songs. Collections for mis- )n work will be taken up at both rvices. BAPTIST, Arthur 8. Huescr, Pas. r — The local ministerial assocla- >n has voted to begin union Suny night services Sunday, June 19 . The vacation church school bens next Monday at 9 a. m., and 11 be in session every morning ex- pt Saturday 'and Sunday. The osing hour will be 11:30 a. m. oyq and girls', 4 to 14, come and ive the time of your life. There 111 be study, handwork, and play; Ition free. METHODIST, C..V. Hulge, 1'nstor -Chldlren's day next Sunday. The Dungsters and a committee headed ' Mrs. Malueg promise an unusu- ly Interesting program. Children's *y always attracts a large attend- nce. The hour Is 10.45 a. m acation Bible school starts next tonday. An efficient corfps of ;achers and carefully prepared lans strengthen the promise of a elpful school. FIRST LUTHERAN, .E. Oscar ohnson, Pastor — Next: Sunday unday school 10 a. m.. There wil e no preaching service, but on unday, June 19, there will be ser Ices at the usual time, with' com nunion. . < COJfGREGATIONAI;, F. .T. Clark 'astor— Next Sunday a Children' ay service at 10:'30,<a. m., church md school uniting. Notice th ' . • ST. THOMAS, Louts Dennlnpliof W. Th., Rector— Third 'Sunday afte Frinity: church school, 10 a. m. •vensong and sermon, 7:30. r lay, and the next day -brought horn heir daughter Bernice, who had fin shed her freshman year at Grlnne 2ollege. Bernice will spend the sum mer at home and will • return t 3-rinneIl in the fall. Bob Harrington who has finished his Junior year 1 aw at the state university, go lome early last week. Mrs., V. L. Reed, Sioux City, wa nnOl'Jl tf*t\ f\n ff\l» Q*vnctvij3</t(+!o In arents for the first time. Mr. Good **^ <***. jt* nd Mrs. Bensdn ' went to Spirit ake Siinday afternoon to make the eW grandson's acquaintance, and Mrs. Benson remained there for the eek, Mr. Good returning the same Ight. ' » R. E. Hut ton was down from Ban- foft Monday afternoon, and report- d that on stopping at Bur't he earned that only seven/democratic jallots had been cast up to' that me. Apparently the .town was gong strong for Hftwcott and Stew- rd. At Bancroft It was looking like n 80 per cent yot'e for .Murphy for J. S. senator and beer. Another re- ort Monday morning was that out f 70 votes cast there, only 15 were emocratlc; In iRlverdale It was eported that democrats were going epublican en masse for Fraser for upervlsor. Mrs. Clara Sorensbn, niece of A. tf. Sta'cy, received word one day ast week of his death in Chicago t his son Oran's. Death, which was ue to heart trouble, took place last veek Tuesday, and burial was made t St. Paul, where a daughter lives. Mr. Stacy, who was In his early 70's, vas the son of the lat'e Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Stacy, pioneers who armed east of Algona on the McGregor street road. He was born and reared here, but as a young man went into the shoe business In Jubuque. Later he lived at 'St. >aul. He Is survived only by the on and daughter. LUTHERAN SCHOOL CLOSES YEAR WITH PARK PICNIC • • The Trinity Evangelical -Lutheran day school closed for the summer vacation last Thursday, and a picnic 'or the children took place "Friday at the Ambrose A. Call state park. The day was spent at baseball, kitten- ball, and contests. The school had an enrollment of 16 pupils in the year Just closed, and all grades were represented except the first. In the eighth grade there were two students, and both passed the required examinations. Eugene Oscar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Krug, was on the school's honor roll lor. perfect attendance throughout .the year. The school 'Will reopen first Monday in September, with the Rev. P. J. Braner as 'teacher again. . 3 CLUBS UNITE'TO SPONSOR LITTLE PARK AT LIVERMORE Llvermore, June 7 — A' little park 'here begins to take on an air ol aristocracy as clubs .give time and donations to a spot named for three organizations, the Legion Auxiliary the Equality club, and the Twen tleth Century club. The name b Aux-Equa-Twen. It is located Jus kfi H 1 ^kl TV CT**--» \J / m Ibhn Shirley Is John- Shirley t the latter of. Du Monday mornin the bride's par Otis Lewis. Th Methodist minis ring ceremony the bride's imm ty Supt. and M the bridegroom' Harry Wlnslow sister, and her son, of AnnapoH After the cei breakfast was the couple left northern Mlnne will be In Algo week for a vlsl The bride is state university Montrose.last y ber of the Alph ity. John was state university has since been ter's degree. . «— Flower Show P T^llO 'Wrrtwm*.'^ •i ne w oman f tlower show a afternoon and were awarded: Artistic bouq Woodward, • W] den chair; Mrs ond, petunia pit Greenhouses. ' ii seconu, suDscrl^ vance; Mrs. C Iris plant froir White Peonit china vase; M subscription on . Pink peonies Whittemore, 'Frank Geigel to Advance. Red peonie.« pewter dish; » Advance subsc Shower ; Honor Mrs. F. L. Tl derspn, and A entertained at .er last week 1 honor of Elva be married ,to next Sunday 'Sonerholm is ] girl. There -w of the 'evening recipes, after played. . Foil , Larry Dick T • mons, in pink s gifts to the ho t ered with pinl at the home of ts, Mr. , and Mrs. The Rev. Mr. Curran, ter, used the double in the presence of > i.»<m=iiw3, cLiiu AVJ.I B. , the bridegroom's husband and little ceremony a wedding after which elected officers, a* follow*! Mrs. Oscar Anderson, president; Mrs. Vft A. Foster, first vice-president; Mrs, Fj W. Green, second vjce*presidehti Mrs. D. Ii. •Leffert, treasurer \\ Mrs. O. Si Llndsey, secretary. The v pro* gram consisted of a violin solo by ,Ted Vera and a 'vocal solo by L6r- etta Grosenbach. This was the last meeting till September. Other Society. The D, A. R.'s annual flag day will •be, observed next week Tuesday at 6 p. m. at the Ambrose A. Call state park. Members and families are to take dishes, napkins, sandwiches, and covered-dishes. Mrs. J, L., Bonar entertained 12 women at bridge Friday night, and Mrs. Walter Lorenz won the' high score.. Kathryn Holland, SpeAcer, L points, sometmle They next aduate of the 1 she taught at She Is a mem- and Mrs. .Maurice Culten; Were put-of-towtt'Jiiiesl* Mrs. J, W. Mangan her brldg* club Monday the high score Wai wort by Fred Bartholomew, low by Mi*. Anna March and a travel prise by, , Mrs. John Frankl. The W. C. T> tf. will meet next Tuesday at the Methodist parsonage. Dime-cards are to be taken to the meeting. t The Concordia Aid of the Trlnitfj Lutheran church will meet thta Afternoon with Mrs, Herman Boettcher. '50 ACRE CREEK PASTURE FOR rent cheap.-^Carl Hutchlns, IpM' WANTED—LOAD OF CIiEJAN Cob* —Clara Thorpe, phone 426-Wt THE NEW on for appendicitis la week Wednesday at 'Sioux City. She was Helen Samp and is the daughter of Mrs. Andrew Godfredson. She is 1 expected here this week-end for a several weeks stay. Her daughter, Donna Jean, has been with the God- fredsons since last October, and Helen* has been working at Sioux City. Mr. Reed is a barber. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. *McEvoy and their daughter Mary G'eraldlne re- east of the Methodist church and directly south of the town water station. Trees have been planted, a bird bath is in the making, flower beds and borders have been" laid out, and altogether an -unsightly plot has been changed into one of beauty. club sppnsored a — Mrs. H., E. more, first, g£ ". A. Foster. s« from the Algo Thompson, first, flower Wm. K. Ferguson, ition one year to Ad. H. Clement, third, s—Mrs. Alice Cairy, first, pewter vase; second, subscription s—Mr. Geigel. first, s. Lorene Simmons miscellaneous sho ednesday night in Sonerliolm, who vi Holman_ Anderson 'Alexandria. Missj which Bunco was iwing refreshments, icrpe and Jane Sim- ered with pink and white crepe paper. Aid Officers Are Reelected— The Methodist Aid met last week Wednesday at the church and r ONLY LEONARD HAS THE LEN-A-DOR Just think of being able to step to your handsome, white Leonard, with both'handa full of dishes, and simply by touching • shiny lever with your toe, have the doox awing open. That'* the LEN-A-UOR—Leonard's exchuhm feature. And there are many others which you would lib* r," to see and which we would uke to show you. You'll want ! them in your kitchen. NEW LOW PRICES The Greatest Values We Have Ever Offered Swanson's Furniture Store , Phone 399—Algona turned Sunday , from which point they had Nichols, to taken the superintendent of construction gang at Lakota, infected knee; a Mr, Swanson, Bancroft, medical treatment; and Bobert 'Anderson, Brltt, appendicitis. McMahon got home -fjrom, City yesterday, ^ftejn , . Jays with state ijniversity wienda, She taught at Oalva last ye*r. Tomorrow she and ber mother, Mrs. S. H, MoMahon, wjli gp {p Anjes, to, bring home Marion MpM^hqn, who has finished her sophomore year at the state college. 'Both girte will spend the summer at i home. Mr. and Mrs, John Nordjrtrop», their daughters Will* and M,axi»e, son Pau^. and Mr, a 8 d Nelson retujrned Jd9nday frW vada, where they l»d s 'K?ae to attend exercises jn - *}ie, eanjtajiuift'8 nurses' tratoJBg - sons Maurice and John, , who •will spend the summer there with 'relatives. Mrs. R, L. Burdine, Muscatine, came here with the McEvoys, and Sunday night Mr. Burdine, who is managing the Whittemore Champion for Mrs. Alice Cairy,, came for her. ..".•-... • '•.' . '• • W. W. Arthurholt, Hartley banker, and his wife became patients of •the Kossuth hospital a week "ago Sunday, When the foot-feed in their car stuck .as they were rounding a corner near Wesley and they landed in the .ditch. Mr.; Arthurholt suffered a broken collarbone and Mrs. Arthurholt a fractured wrist besides broken ribs and bruises. , Mr. , Ar- thurholt was; able 1 to -go home '. last week, but Mrs. Arthurholt is still a patient. '•,'••'•''>"• -•/•; •, .''.(.•.. Mr. and Mrs. T..C, Sherman have received word from then- daughter Dorothy, private secretary to! a Doctor Klein, income and tax expert, -of •New York City, .'that, she and the Doctor were to sail Monday' for Stockholm, Sweden, for a several weeks stay on, business. Doctor Klein is chairman of an investigating committee in the f affairs of Kruegar, the Swedish match king who committed suicide in Europe recently. .' . ', The Ambrose A, Call state park was visited by 9,000 people in May. Many.. picnics, ranging from' school picnics from all over the county to group picnics and family gatherings, visited the park, and many more are expected during the summer, Many family, reunions will be held'soon, last night the Humboldt rural mail' carriers 'Held their - annual picnic' at the park, and Sunday .the Ottoeen Woman's club' held an annual pier Hie-there, . * The M, O .Nqrtons, Mr, Norton's mother, Mrs, F, S, Norton, and Ellen Carlson left 'Friday for visits at Tipton and Keokuk. Mrs, M, G, Nprton and her children visited sisters of the younger Mrs, Norton &t Tipton, and the rest vl*|,ted the A. C. 'Fergusons, at Keokuk, Mrs. > Ferguson being a daughter of the elder Mrs. Norton. Except Mrs. M. G. Norton 'and .the children, who (ire' spending Jhe week at T'Ptpn, , the party returned Monday, "Three marriage license appltca« itions were received at the district court clerk's office last week,; Alva. Kahler, 'Hurt,' Dorothy' Schlltz, B<M)T croft (licensed June, 6); Frank Jergens, Lind3 Da,u, both o* 'Whjtte- more (licensed June 0); Walter J, Mchj^jv; " "--'--—•- -•-'•' PPi DANIEL FRANKL, A6CIDENT VICTIM, BURIED SATURDAY Funeral; services'- for'Daniel, 15- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Frankl, Irvington, were held -at the Catholic • church here Saturday morning at 9:30, the Rev. Father Dailey In charge. Daniel was killed instantly last week Wednesday in a fall from a tree In- which his neck was broken. He was born at Irvington September 9, 1916, and his father still operates a store'there, though ;the family lives here, He was to be a senior invSt. Cecelia's academy next year. Burial was made in the local-Catholic cemetery; f W,'- Arnflorf- , Weenies yere ajso. $« JUefbert part S.cbmeHnjs; EveJyn'WJtbam. .both VioJet M, Frerk^ng After flve , yep 1 * s "fcer«, eft to hia^ c^r , fan, Jose, .Call?., §00. Jowa after a ( weei'8 .,.^- . Brother Is Killed. Sister Mary Sarita, of the local academy, was called to Chicago last week Tuesday to attend the funeral of, her brother, 'Laurence Sullivan, killed in a railroad accident there a week ago Sunday .night, Details of the accident are not known here. The Sister is expected home this week-end'. Fight Causes Fine. Fred Will, Lii .Verne, was fined a dollar and costs of $9.09 by Justice Wlnkel Friday on the charge of assault' and battery on Donald Mc- Brlde, 17-year-old minor who lives a half mile south of Hanna. Will claimed that MoBride wa« misusing machinery In which he held a half interest, also of Improper language, Horned Toad Pet. A horned toa4 'has been the pet of Mr. and Mra., J, F. WlUse'for the last three weeks. It was found'i their garden, and Mrg. >Wj«tee r 'who comes from Missouri, where ' they are common, recognized It at once. It ip' being k<?pt in a'Jar, The bite of tbls variety of toad, te bellevecl to be poisonous. ( ' Titonka, -Jun« BonacVer Bro§.' corn stood 4 inches high Saturday night, but when they went to work MonOay they found that cut worms h.a<J taken 80 acres, O N« op oyB ppsy is mimeographing, This is. the reproduction of typewriting on paper oy cards, f °« W9irtd be surprised to know how much, of thl* work *tt«rf , cards, «tc, ( *iv4 the c«it , U much', less than • printing, Suppose VOH want, to aend ov»t a circular ter, a nstlpe of any Wud, 91 Vf mimeogr^ tt»« Job, for minutes, A Surprise Offering] DRESSES X Smart Summery Sheers 1 X Marvelous Rough 0 Crepes! 4 X Gorgeous High Shades! X Contrasting Jacket Models! X White! Summer Colors! X Small Floral Prints! ! ~ s v * I 1 X Charming Capelet Styles* X New Brilliant Sashes! THAT SEblVld ' ',| IMPOSSIBLE AT X Stripes and Checks! X Light Summery Back- T i ) ' grounds! •ii i;-. X TennU and Golf Style*! X ParUian Fashion JdeM ! . « ' t • . X Bow*, Plcatt, Sc«llop>! X Idenl f or V*c»UonJ , <V - !» ' , - .•'"-,'/•• ' . X $plendid for Week-End* J '.' v."' '. v '* •!/>,'_ V «, X Rem*rk»bly Low Priced! .'" J • 4 , i ',t •>• •-'">, a • t (ft *

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