Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1932 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1932
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Elk CleMen «nd Tmllort mum IM Loans •100 or less obtained quickly on Fnr- vttare, Automobiles and Lire Stock For additional Information call) !.- write, or phone CUNNINGHAM & LACY WHOSE'OTS'i ALGOKA ' : i i • : Representing Federal Finance Co, Beg Molftcs NATK DGIRL SATE TO NALMEET Swot Ctftf Babe market price paid for wool. iLedyard, July 12—-"Friends here are pleased to hear that Juanita Underkofler, Britt, formerly here, was a delegate from the Theta-Phl- Alpha sorority, Iowa City, to a national convention at Toronto, Can. She Is president of her chapter. Her sister Audrey took her and two" other delegates to the convention, and they were to go on to Quebec before returning. Juanita will be a senior at Iowa City this fall. Many Attend Worden Funeral— The following people attended the funeral of Leon Worden's father J. B. Worden, former resident here: the D. B. Mayers, Mrs. John Bishop, the Howard Maynes, Gus An. derson, Ray Marquis, the Georgi Thompsons, Mr. and Mrs. Otto En gelbarts, Mrs. (Baschara, D. A. Car penter, the James Welfares, Mrs. D B. Brown, Mrs. Jack Welfare, Mes dames Weimer, Jenks, Matzener, Thackery, Jos. Mayne, O'Toole, P. W. and Edw. Reece, Edw. Miller and Walter, and the John Millers. .^ v "" f V £ t \K l **3 *i *Jf2vfF3* «, - • ^M.'"\,4< 1 Hr t ffeten Swea City, July 12— Mr. and , Mra. Virgil Moore consider that their ittle .two-year-old daughter had a narrow escape last week, when a car driven by Joe Behrens, a neighbor, passed over; her. The child was playing In the yard. Mr. Behrends thought she had gone, and backed his car preparatory to leaving. The car passed over her, but she ' was between the wheels ( and escaped with scratches and bruises. Hustlers Entertain Mothers— The Harrison Healthy 'Hustlers entertained mothers, Mrs. Paul Leaverton, home demonstration agent, Mrs. E. B. Dlttmer, of Hurt, and Mrs.,Emll (Larson, county com- mltteewoman, at Dorothy Christianson's. The program was: What 4-H Means to Me, Harriet Poole; clarl- Dorothy Darlene JOE GREENBERG PHONE 118 Dandruff! i •( dandruff in • ring to ap»Uca- • M*n*7-Back Guuutec. Onni nfaMha your tetlp—nakM your hair •ad beautiful. UM U Mfer—M SPECIAL OFFER Par • limited tin* we offer a 2Sc bottto of Pitch's Ideal Tonic (especially food for dry, tender acalpa) FREE with each purchase of a 7Sc bottto of Fitch'• Dandruff Remover Shampoo. Get your cffnibin atifft* >C* todayl ITTSBY'S DRUG STORE Itttle Girl In Accident— William Garry's year-old daughter Ruth burned her mouth badly last Thursday. She put her hand Into some drippings from a sink which was partly clogged and was being cleared with an acid, then put her hand into her mouth. She was taken to Doctor Sommers, who said she had not swallowed any, and she Is now recovering. Newlyweds Are Charlvarled— Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson attended a charivari for Mr. and Mrs. 'Seldon Straley, Fenton, given by .the county rural letter carriers' association last Thursday evening. The group had to wait till a late hour for the newlyweds to arrive. Cleo GaWe Eight; Party— Cleo Gable entertained eight CHICAGO $8.00?Xp nd Children Hnlf Fare JULY 15-16 In coaches only on all trains friends Friday afternoon at a sewing party: Doris Welfare, Henrietta O'Keefe, Edith Logan, Evelyn Mayne, Alvira Halvorson, Viola Womack, Luetta Ge'haus, and Betty Matzener. Ledyard's Fire is Recalled— Oldtimers here have been recalling the Ledyard fire. It was 31 years ago Saturday when the business section stroyed. of Ledyard was de- net duet, Helen Poole, Christiansen; vocal duet, Kesler and Harriet Poole; talk Alpha Simmons. Mrs. . Leaverton and Mrs. Dlttmer filled the remainder of .the meeting with talks on th 4-H club work. There were 12 girls, eight mothers, the Mesdames Leaverton, Dlttmer, Larson, and the girls' leader, Mrs. T. 'F. Johnson. Mary Seylor to Teach Here- Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ole Seylor, will teach home eco npmlcs here next school year. Mary] was graduated from Swea high school, ' and attended Iowa State Teachers' college at Cedar Falls. After teaching here she returned to school earning a B. A. at'I. S. T. Since then she has taught in Fairmont, N. D. She is at present taking some work at Ames to be able to do Smith-Hughes work. Mrs. Hanifan to Iowa City- Mrs. Forrest Hanifan, who has not been in the best of health for some time, became seriously ill last week Tuesday evening. She was taken to the Kossuth hospital in Algona; later to an Iowa City hospital. Mr. Hanifan and Mr. and girl Mrs. Russell Dltsworth went with her. Mr. and Airs. .Dltsworth returned Sunday, but 'her husband remained with her. She will remain in the hospital for treatment. Four Blocks Are Hegraveled— Swea City hiid four blocks regrav- eled Monday, beginning at the south end of the main street paving and extending south. The work was done by the Henry Schoemakei nual picnic held at the 1. O. O. F. lome in Mason City Sunday. There are J60 old people In the home and 60 children. A pageant was given toy the young people In the home, depleting life In this country frbm 'urltari:days. Roy Scontg Return Home— The Boy Scouts arrived home Monday after a week at Okobojl In camp. S. L. Conley, D. D., a retired minister residing In Esther' vllle, filled the Baptist pulpit here Sunday, for the Rev. Mr. Seltrtens, who was In charge of the Scouts. Winter Xamed »o library Board— H. T. Winter succeeds A. B. Tweeten on the town library board. Mr. Tweeten's term expired. Mrs. Anna Larson, Mrs. W. O. Smith, Mra. O. S. Pearson, and R. A. Haglund are the other members now serving. Mrs. Claire .Erlckson Is librarian. School Censng Discovers 890— The annual school census has been taken by Secretary J.. J.. Anderson. In' the district there are 194 girls and 196 boy's from 5 to • 21 years of age, and J»14 are under 16 years of age. H( B MOTE Cafe Awning: Is Bnrned— Last Thursday evening the awn- Ing in front of the Johnson cafe burned. How It caught fire Is not known. Other Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Sweany have been on a vacation trip through southern Iowa and Missouri, While n Des Molnes the little son became 11 and they atopped at the -Methodist Also $16.19 Good July 15 and 16. Jteturn to reach starting- point by midnight July 16 Hound Trip iCood in coaches, also sleeping and parlor cars, on payment for space occupied, on all trains July 16 only ^Return to reach starting point by anidnight August 1. T Tickets Now on Sale THE MILWAUKEE ROAD FILMS DEVELOPED FREE! During June and July we will develop your films FREE 33rlng us your developing and .printing. We will guarantee satisfaction and iftie printing. only charge you for A TASTY ENLARGEMENT 8x10, mounted on a nice easel folder will be furnished for only 39c, with every $2.00 worth of work. S. S. Picnic Next Sunday— A Methodist Sunday school picnic has been postponed from this week Thursday to next Sunday at the Ambrose A. Call state park, Algona, instead of Interlaken. W. F. M. S. to Meet Tomorrow— The Ledyard-Lakota W. F. M. S. will mqet this week Friday at the church; Mrs. Jos. Mayne, hostess. Mrs. Yahnke'will lead the lesson; Mrs. Johnson, the devotlonals. Windstorm Blows Trees Down— A windstorm struck here Saturday evening, blowing down many trees or large limbs and breaking telephone wires. Priest Home from Vacation— The 'Rev. Father Sturm returned Friday from a 5-day fishing vacation in northern Minnesota. Other Ledyard News. The George Thompsons went to the Okobojis Saturday to visit their son Milton and his wife, Sioux City, who had a cottage there. The latter couple came here with them for the rest of their vacation. The D. A. Carpenters spent the Fourth at Fairmont with D. A.'s mother. Mr. and Mrs. William Flynn and 'Lawrence were at Inter- graveling crew, which has been graveling road "K," the past few weeks. I. 0. 0. F. Picnic is Attended— Several families attended the an Whlttemore, July 14— the state educational butter scoring contest will be he'M In Whittemore neit week Thursday, The program opens at l:3o with butter judging open to both buttermakers and wives. At ! an address of welcome Will be given by Mayor Carmody, at Academy hall, with a response by C. R. Conway, of Garner, secretary of Iowa Creamery Managers and Operating associations. Other program fea tures are an address by Royal Hoi brook, engineering extension service Ames; a klttenball game between traveling men . and buttermakers with E. L. Forester In charge \ o buttermaker'a team and Alber Granzow In charge of the travelln men. At 6:16 a banquet la to h served In the Academy hall by th Rosary society, with August Vaud as toastmaster. Following this speech will be 'given by Prof, M Mortensen, he«*» of dairy depart ments of Iowa State college, a spec laity dance by Rosalind Gude, o Des Molnes, a vocal trio conslstln of Mrs. E. L. Forester, Mrs. HaroT Jacobson, and Mrs. C. E. Lander ;• all of Ottosen. The program will be closed with the awarding of prizes by Professor Morstensen. Prizes are given for butter scoring and lor the women and men judging. A dance in the hall with the Buffs Gloom Chasers .furnishing the music closes the day. Butter, judges are: Prof. Mortensen, Roy Scoles, and Howard Reynolds. This contest Is sponsored by Section 6 of the associations with the following committee in charge: lay the her TO SUIT THE TIMES ried andTlve wlth'the same w6maiv.forty years, WHICH, by the way, nowadays.^ ^^ ^^ ^^ I ftever ^ ore the seat out of a pair of pants Uf6 ' Home and family have always been uppermost In my mind. If a man has a I haopy home, a good wife, and some gran'children what more does he want? M Sometimes wife and I talk of a few days tour in the Jitney, but when I think of her in khaki breeches or pajamas, the stuff is all off, So I Just stay at home hospital several .days. Mr. Sweany returned 'home Tuesday. Mrs. Sweany and son will return home as soon as the baby has recovered. Mr. and Mrs. J. Eppelshelmer and daughter Mllllcent, of Plover, vls- ted at William Thompson's last week. Mr. and Mrs. "Eppelshelmer returned Wednesday, but Mllllcent remained for a longer visit. Mrs. Thompson Is a daughter of the Ep- pelsheimers. The Rev. Mr. Weaver, with Katherine Thomson and Dorothy Arnold, went to Okoboji Monday to attend the •Epwofth League institute this week. Miss Arnold will graduate this year, and Miss Thomson is a freshman. Dr. Jack Sanftner, son of Gus Sanftner, who was graduated from Ames this June as a veterinarian, is in charge of Dr. J. T. Waite's practice in Fenton. Dr. Waite is enjoying a vacation. Ralph Bartlett, chairman; Palmer •Frettman, Graettlnger, E. 'L. Forester, Ottoaen; and Viggo Killsholm Wesley. Visit at Goldflcld Homes— The 'Harold Kueckers, Lillian Hel- denwlth, and Lloyd Walker drove to Goldfield Sunday, guests at dinner at Carl Walker's. Mrs. Kuecker and Lloyd Walker are sister and brother of Carl Walker. While there they also visited at 'Arnold Roupe's. They were accompanied home by Dorothy Bjustrom as far as Algona. She had visited at week/- Goldfield last PROFESSOR IS VISITING OLD WESLEY HOME Wesley, July 12—Dr. Glenn W, Giddings, Greencastle, Ind., his wife and their year-old son Donald, came picnic for members and their children on the J. L. Studer farm this week Tuesday. Each member will take a covered dish, and the Auxiliary will furnish ice cream, cake and coffee. Attends Reunion at Stnart— Mrs. Tom Nelson and her children will start this week Wednesday fo Stuart, to visit her parents, the Andy Chambers, and on Sunday attend a reunion of the Chambers family, which will be attended by at last week Wednesday evening to least 100 persons. visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Giddings, and brother, Gordon C. They were to be here about ten days. Glenn, who was born in Wesley, graduated at Cornell college, Mount Vernon, attended and laken. .Last Thursday evening the 'Leon where he won the Ph. D. dels now associate professor of taught in the University_of Wisconsin, gree, . physics at DePauw university, Greencastle. The family goes from here to visit Mrs. Giddings' parents, the H. E. Seydels, Keota, but on the way will call upon Glenn's sister Hope at Iowa City, where her husband, Wayne Swinton, is taking a summer course. State Fair Secretary Here— The Arthur Coreys, Des Moines, are here a few days. They will visit her relatives, the various Kunz families. Arthur is secretary of the Crippled Musician In Visit- Mrs, Emily 'Abbott, of Mallard, and her nephew, Clarence Olds, of Nebraska, visited In Whittemore Friday. The Abbotts formerly lived here. Clarence Olds has been traveling all over the U. S. He has been a cripple ever since he was seven years old, and travels by furnishing music for half hours or so in each town. Garner Team Defeated Twice— The Garner boys' kittenball team was defeated 9^5 in a seven-inning game Sunday afternoon with the local boys. A five-inning game was played the same afternoon between the same teams, and the locals won 7-5. Other Whittemore News. Mrs. R. E. Locke and Elma Locke', of Remer, Minn., are visiting this week at J. E. Walker's. The J. E. Walkers and son Ralph, and Mrs. R. E. Locke and Elma were to go to Goldfield this week to visit at Carl Walker's. Carl is a son of the ana save ueuut UIDBH»V,CU. . ,, ,>,, -, ,• < . Selling shoes is my hobby. I love the game, and under our new selling pi an . 1 we surely ought to double our sales this coming year. Better shoes for less money is our battle cry- We are going after the shoe business hammer and tongs. ' Our connection with some of the best shoe factories In the U. S. and the special discounts we receive for volume buying*enables us to offer you good standard shoes and slippers cheaper than you can buy them, anywhere else. We do not deal in cheap, shoddy shoas. We. stick to standard lines. R epeat customers is what we are after. , , v ' ., We sell Plorsheim's, W. L. Douglas shoes, Freeman shoes and oxfords, Pet- . ers full line of men's, women's and children's, H. and M. novelty dress shoes for J ladies a full line of Aif-Tred arch support slippers for women that have foot trou-'l ble Buster Brown and Friedman Shelby "Red Goose" shoes for boys and girls I All good standard lines and shoes that will make friends wherever they are sold, I We sold $108,000.00 worth of these good shoes last year, and this year we are working hard to reach the $200,000.00 mark. The more we sell the cheaper we can sell. Volume cuts down the percentage of overhead. We carry the largest stock of hosiery in KosSuth Co. July 14th to 21st is Hos< I iery Week. There will be a hosiery convention at Neville's Shoe Store. Low prices 11 from each wholesale house will be the delegates. I do not know, whether they are :| wet or dry, but I do know they Will nominate Neville's Stooe Store as the place to I buy better hose for less money. • :\ 300 dozen men's fancy and plain colored hose at 5cp»lr I Men's steel jacket, a beautiful 35c hose, now ' lacapalrr All of our men's 50c hose go into this convention at _ »5e All of our $1.00, $1.25, and $1.50 ladies' full-fashioned silk hose, now — 68ei This is a clean-up of all our high-priced hose. The ladies' full-fashioned hose that were 69c is now 49cv Ladies' regular 50c hose and the silk fab. 75c hose, now go at'—_ 25c Our former 25c ladies' dress hose are now 2 pairs for _25e, There will be other delegates at this convention and they are instructed to 1 '! vote for Neville's Shoe Store. The place to get bargains in hosiery. JIMMIE NEVILLE The Shoe Man - - Algona, Iowa state fair. r ALGONA lUSBY'S DRUG STORE •«»««»»••*»•»«»••»»»•»•» . Wordens, Mrs. Robert Mallow, Mrs Clifton Engelby, and her son visited at Edw. and Ralph Campbell's, Seneca. Janice Williams, of Redding, came last week Tuesday to visit at L. W. Weimer's. Mrs. Weimer, son Bill, and Janice were at Blue Earth Fri- COSTS 85 CENTS TO PUT RHEUMATIC CRIPPLE BACK TO WORK AGAIN NOW JOYOUSLY HAPPY While all his family looked on in astonishment and all 'his friends were amazed, one man took all the . <pain, swelling and agony from his •tortured joints in 48 hours and did 3t with that famous rheumatic pre- wcriptlon known to pharmacists as Allenru—you can do the same. This powerful yet safe remedy is •wonderful — its action is almost '•nagical. Just get one 85 cent bottle of Al- lenru from E. W. Lusby, druggist, or any live druggist—take it as directed and if in 48 hours your pains *aven't all left you get your money 4>ack. It works just as swiftly with Neu- day. Nola Laab, Winnebago, Minn., visited at 'D. A. Carpenter's from last week Monday to last week Wednesday, when the Carpenters took her home. Mrs. D. CB. Mayer's sister, Alice Dunham, Waterloo, and Mr. Mayer's sister, Mrs. John Bishop, Exira, who had visited here, left for home last week Wednesday. Mrs. J. C. Underkofler, of Britt, and her son Thomas were here last week Wednesday. The Underkoflers still own the drugstore here, as well as one at Britt. Last week Tuesday the William Garrys moved from John Tilmoney's house into the Mrs. Brandt house, recently vacated by the William La Coeurs. The Jesse O'Keefes were at Fenton Sunday, and Mrs. O'Keefe's daughter, Irene Giles, Des Moines, ritis. Sciatica, ralgla. Lumbago and Neu- ,ame here with them for a week's isit. The Ross Brownings and Rosss sister, Mrs. D. A. Link, Swea City, vent to Algona Saturday to meet another sister, Mrs. Harley Estle, of ^ •f!< f| <?* /U 4 sS> THIS MAN HAD FAITH LOST 24JWNDS "Last November I weighed 193 Ibs. troday, (February 5th, 1032) 1 am down to 108 Ibs. nnd full of pep all •day long:—since using 1 Krusclion I have not had to use the laxative that was customary." — Theo. A. C. XiaFIeur, Providence, It. I. What -do you think o£ this—you tnen who doubt—you stay fat—be- leause you want to think that nature snade you that way. You're all wrong—most fat men were made fat because of their ability to handle a knife and fork in a liusiness like manner. Be frank with yourself. Are you •too timid to take a safe, harmless conditioner that not only takes ofi «urplus fat but Is so helpful that i makes you feel years younger? To reduce safely take .one-hal: teaspoonful of Kruschen In a glass ,pf hot water before breakfast every morning—cut down pn fatty meats j»0tatoes and sweets. Kruschen ii «otd by B. W. Lusby and druggist *he world over. A jar that costs bu « trifle will last four weeks—but bi *ure y<ju get Kruschen—your, healtl * Wesleyans at Minnesota Picnic— The Jorgen Skows drove to Blue Earth, Minn., Sunday to attend the tenth annual Story-Hamilton picnic. This is attended mainly by families from Story county, Iowa, who have moved to the vicinity of Blue Earth. Religious services were held at the fair grounds in the morning, the sermon by the Rev. H. C. Holm, president of the Iowa district of the Lutheran church. The high school orchestra, of Bowman, Iowa, which won first In the state contest, gave several numbers, A Mr. Hall, Mason City, who has been chairman since the organization was formed, presided. Following the picnic dinner, the Rev. Mr. Holm gave another talk. It Is estimated that 3,000 persons attended the gathering. lease Family In Reunion— The I. W. Leases' daughter, Mrs Rufus Johnson, Battle Creek, her husband, and the couple's daughter Mrs. Alson Williams, with her husband and daughter, are here for a 10-day visit with Mrs. Johnson's parents and other relatives. Th Lease families, Wesley, and guests with the Will Walker and Ed Stu Other Wesley News. Lieut, and Mrs. Albert Mumma and their two sons left Monday morning, following two weeks with her parents, the H. J. Braleys. They will visit his parents in Chicago, and other relatives before proceeding to Annapolis, where the lieutenant will take a post graduate course Mrs. Ben Hopkins, Mrs. Wellik, and the latter's son, Leo, left Monday morning for Nebraska, where they will visit a few days at Wayne with Mrs. Hopkins' mother, Mrs, Sarah Elson, and Leo will see about entering Creighton university this all. J. E. Walkers. The Arthur Heidenwiths drove to Erwin Heidenwith's at Lone Rock Sunday where, with the latter's sister, they helped celebrate Mr. and Mrs. E. Heidenwiths' Mrs. Heidenwith's was birthdays. Saturday, HARVEST SPECIALS IOWA :~ Friday morning to Wednesday night, July 15 to July 20th •Edw. A. Studer, Excelsior, Minn., oad contractor, son of Mr, and Mrs. •lathan Studer, is expected for a hort visit, He will take >hls par- nts to Kenyon, Minn., where he Is vorking, and the senior Studers may go from there f,or a visit at 3d's home. The Nathan Studers and Julius Studer drove to Mason City Monday on various errands. Mr. Studer's eyes and Mrs. 'Studer's ears were to treated or examined by Doctor Lennox. . Mrs. Carrie Steinberg Is troubled with rheumatism and high blood pressure. Doctor Talmadge, 08uf- :alo Center, Is caring for her. Mrs. D. H. Brown went to Guck- der families, Corwlth, were enter tained for dinner at A. M. Lease' Sunday. There were 26 In the par ty. The group will be entertainet at dinner this week Wednesda evening at Will Walker's, Corwitl Attend Sen-Ices at Britt— The Congregational people attended union services at Britt Sunday night. These are held every two weeks, and on the alternate Sundays and Mr. Heidenwith's Monday. The Methodist Aid will meet this Thursday at Mrs. James Crawford's. Mrs. Roy Crawford, Mrs. A. C. Bjustrom and Mrs. Frank Roupe will assist. Mrs. R. Helmke was taken to her home Saturday afternoon, A baby boy was born to the Helmkes the first of the week at McCreery hospital, and is named William John. Lola Bain left for her home at •Hardington, Neb., after a week's visit at F. J. Balgeman's. She was accompanied as far as Sioux City by Louis 'Balgeman. Elmer, Bernice, 'Lois, and • Lu Verne Jante, Gregg Carmen, Max- Ine Zlegmer, Scott Hazelburg, and Delores Kloock, all of Garner, visited Sunday at Henry Schultz's. Mrs. Emma Gockley was taken to Rochester, Minn., Monday for a physical examination. She_was accompanied by the Walter Gockleys The Albert Behnkes returned last week Wednesday from Bennett OVBrlen, Julius was to have glasses fitted, and Emma to have some teeth extracted. The Clayton Sills, Algona, called on Mrs. Nettie Turgeson Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Turgeson became acquainted with Clayton's parents, the Lewis 'Sills In 1890, at which time and subsequently both families lived south of Stilson. The vee Mullins, with Elaine een last Thursday for a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Ralph. Johnson. Mrs. D. B. Mayer, Marjorie, Alice Dunham, and Mrs. John Bishop visited the grotto at West Bend last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Schiltz, daughter Margaret, and the John Hau- perts, Bancroft, visited Mrs. Harriett Matzener Sunday. The Leon Wordens attended a family gathering at 'Gene Worden's, near Elmore, Sunday. Leon Worden's sister, Mrs. Hobert Mallow, Penzance, Sask., visited here last week. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Weimer, son Bill, and Janice Williams spent Sunday at Rapldan and Mankato, Minn. Jack Peterson, Sanborn, came last Thursday for an extended visit with his brother Cecil. William, Watta, Waseca, Minn., and Vte s° n G eor S e - Wells, Minn., visited relatives here Sunday. lijarjorle Matzener went to Newt?" the Rev. morning Mr. Bernsten services here. conducts and the Young People's society has charge In the evening. Besides Britt and Wesley, Upper Flat Is Included in the Union services. went to Omaha Saturday to see her parents, the M. Perkins, Victor, who had been there three weeks, returned with his father, but Mrs. Mullin and Elaine remained. The Leo Goetzes entertained the following relatives at dinner Sunday: the Ed Showelllers and Rose Eisenbarth, Morgan, Minn., the Walter Lichters, Algona, the John Arn- dorfers, and Mrs. Mary Goetz. The Ansel Ash family, Bluffton, Sunday visited his sister, Mrs. Geo. Delegate to be Named— The Methodist Bible class will where they had visited their son Edwin Behnke. Mrs. Adolph Naas was taken t& Rochester, Minn., last week for a physical examination In one of th Rochester hospitals. The William Rusch Jr, famll visited Sunday with relatives a Lotts Creek. Relatives and friends helped Mrs George Schultz, east of town, cele brate her birthday Sunday evening A number drove to Titonka Sun day' to watch the local team pla Titonka. Titonka won 4-1. The C. L. Hansons and the R. A. Bartletts spent Sunday at Spirit Lake. Buella Larson, Burt, visited last week at R. A. Bartlett's. Benner, and brother, (Lester. They Mon- Genuine Oyster Shells 100 pound bag _ _. _87c Beat 'Em All White Laundry Soap, 10 bars for 23c PORK and BEANS Large plump beans in tomato sauce at a lower cost than you bake them at home. Large 4 AM No. 2i/ 2 can I UC COOKED CORNED BEEF. ) Slice cold for sandwiches or boil wltHl cabbage or otherj vegetables, Nol can SAVE SEE PANS ON DISPLAY Council Oak Coffee Bags They have real value Ten (10) of these Inexpensive red and yellow bags can t* exchanged for a 4-PIECB SPRING / FORAt CAKE PAN which Is recognized as a regular fj.00 value. Tomatoes It's most convenient during harvest to be well supplied with big cans of red ripe tomatoes. OLrg.No. O 2% Peaches Fancy Tuscan cling stone; both sliced and halves. Supplies lots of sauce and pie fruit at very low cost No 10 ^^ Macaroni and Spaghetti 19c Pound Bag.. Genuine Egg Noodles 19C Half Ib. Bags FREE KITCHEN FBESH FRENCH DBE8SIN6 Free-with the purchase of KHAFT KITCHEN A. one pint jar of FRESH MAYONNAISE ••' FRESH MACKEREL Gorton's 4 B|J* tali can—.. I PC Alaska Pink SALMON CANS 29C 3 TALL LB. Upton's Tea For the making of hot te<* and iced tea, the following are world-wide favorites, YELLOW (LABEL Half pound can —' GREEN LABEL Half pound can 44e BACON SQUARES Parchment Wrap,lb. — 'Superb' Amber POUND Union last week Monday to visit be/ Mrs. Robert Johns. Mrs. John J, Johnson is serlouajy and under Doctor Rey&e's, care. meet at the church this week Tuesday evening. The Aid will meet this week Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Kraus, Mrs. Fred Seefeld assisting. A lay delegate to the annual conference will be elected at the morning service next Sunday. Communion services were held this week Sunday. _ Mrs. Keno lapses Sister— Mrs. Charity Jones, sister of Mrs. Reno, died at Sutherland, her home, Saturday morning, July 2. She was 78. and Mrs. Reno's only sister. She had been seriously sick for three months. Funeral services were- held at the Catholic church in Sutherland last week Tuesday, *nd Mrs. Reno attended- visited In Portland township day. Mrs. L. iF. Smith and her three children returned to Fort 'Dodge Sunday. She had visited a week with her parents, the A. L. Klein- peters. The Bertha Loofts were Sunday guests of her son Henry at Seneca. The Louis Goetzes and Anthony Johnsons were entertained at Joe Goetz's Sunday. Herman Lee Ostercamp, year-old son of the Herman Ostercamps, who has been sick with tonsllitls. Is reported improving. The (Bggland sisters, Blue ^arth, who are visiting the. family of the Rev. Mr. Bernsten at Britt, visited Anna Skow the first of last weefe. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Lyons, Des Molnes, came July 2 and, visited over the Fourth with her parents, the Renos, at the Wesjey hotel, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hopkins, Mrs. Ann Kunz, and the M^rle Hensen and Isabel Kerrins w»l give a Lopfts a t Swea City [Held from Last Week.] Mrs. Annie Williams, Chicago, and daughter Mildred arrived Saturday for a ten-day visit with the Alfred Jergensons. The Robert Harveye and the Joe Zankes picnicked July 4 with the Jergensons at the latter's farm. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Householder are parents of a daughter, born Sunday. Mrs. Clarence Household^ er, Lone Rock, and Mrs. Fra Householder, Wesley, are assisting at the home. 'Mr. Householder works for A. B. Sehenck. The. township school board met a 1 the Center school July 1. Business transacted included appropriating $30 for a Rural Schools day Hay 28, 1933; reflecting Mrs. D". C. Qard- Council Oak Malt, per can CRACKERS 39! "Cafe" Sodas A 4 _ 2 pound caddy. Sk I V FBUTE-JEL The Ideal hot weather gelatine dessert. Dime - f* package „ O (C SlIM-R-AID A most delicious thirst quencher. packages Wheat Heart* No better breakfast cereal, not$ ASSORTED COOKIES Welcome addition . ft ny home or f* bag .- THEY ALL SAT IT CAN/T BB DON®. Selling refrigerators, without ft dow» payment, W9 believe many people wflj Jjuy when they pas do so with toe J^p^ey BEOS, Ma»on Jar* EE» Jar Ring* Pliable rings, that insure ^ perfect

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