Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 1932 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 14, 1932
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,'d6ofge, Gob*' . M Koch 1 , Galva, and the, »ev, P. J. Wednesday 1 ., returned Satur- with, 'Dorothy Sioux Schmidt, .St6rm Lake week Tuesday, after the ft. B. McMa- Hanifan, Swea*City, ,-JWHent,at the' Kowuth I last" Thursday for medical oske, wno lives ,- Mrs. August Bo sick wlth'inflrmi- Home; Absent tor 45 Years , C!. F, Morse, Ithaca, N. Y., 4lth a aon and a nephew, was here |Monday. Mr. Morse, who ,was driving an 'expensive Stutz.;tar, and the boys were en route! to Los (Angeles to attend the Olympic games. He drove to Alg.ona ffom Mason City purposely toisee for the first time the town where he was born. Algonlans like the Jos. W. Wadswprths and 'other oldtlmers will remember his grandfather,. Benj. Morse, ; who ran a mill somewhere near the site of the C. & N. W. depot. Mr. Morse's parents moved away 45 years ago when he was a babe of only six months. He wad • in search of a copy of Mrs. Gardner Cowles 1 book on Early Algona for his library, but none that could be spared could be fOJjnd, so he borrowed -a copy owned by W. -C. Dewel. Mr. Morse's' wife and another child are already in Oregon or Washington, visiting relatives. Mr. Morse, who is evidently wealthy, said he was < not at present in business. : COttNTt ADVANCE. AtXKfrA. be .union services at . B. Nasby, Oniaha, and Sunday at the horn* Mrs. Nasby wa« , Ruth James. , daughter of J. iBarthelme, who visited at the. Clarence Shllts home till yesterday!; Miss Barthelme, who Is a nurse at the Methodist hospital at Des Molnes, returned to her duties yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. R, I. Cratty, ft U TOUUf **•• A ^" **«.t*e•»**••• E, : former Algona merchant, m Falls, has been vtaitlng ,/Qulnn since Tuesday." - ,'Hlldahl, Greenbush, Minn.. ,nday to visit Mr. and Mrs. FsSlllvan. Mrs. Sullivan met 15 Dodge. She'to to leave Schooel, Des Mpines, j Saturday, after a we|k ; Dr . Walter Fraaers. She [the state college, Amesi fuagood year' for fruitp/ Iyer has an apple tree so j own with wealthies that he I to set ten props to support hes. , • , Mrs. Fred Borchardt,, of Kans,, left for home left Monday for a vacation, tjjip In northern Minnesota, following a visit with their daughter; MrsVtC. B. :Murtagh, since Friday. Mr.'iCJratty Is an assistant in .the botanical department' of Iowa State college. (Evelyn Barteman returned Monday to her home at Webster Cilyi'- her parents coming for her. She;; had spent a week here with thfe'vA. A. Sterlings, who spent the Fo'iirth at Webster City, ithelr old home, and brought her to Algona with trtem. >... (Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Brumley, of Bloomfleld, and their children, .'Richard and Ramona, stopped over^-night' Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. .F. E. Saunders. They were en route for a vacation at the Okobojls. Mrs. Brumley Is a sister of Mr. Saiihders. Mrs. George Lothringer, .D,aven- -port, her son James, and Vera;;Tiede, Lu Verne, vlsite'd the Rev. and Mrs. P. J. Braner last week Wednesday. home - Befor e opening a shop she was employed here over the low State bank. During her visit she was the gueat of Beulah Hartshorn. Sister Mary Materna, of Mapleton, came Saturday for an over-Sunday Visit- with the Ignatius Wernerts and other local relatives. She IB a niece of Mrs. Wernert. Mr. Wernert and his sister Caroline met her at Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Nora Kain, of Aurora, 111., who is visiting Christine and Caroline Wernert took her back Monday, and thence she went to Cubuque via train. Mr, and Mrs. John Anderson, of 'Fpwier, Colo., visited old friends here early in the week. They are parents of Mrs. Julius I?unz, Wesley,; with whom they are staying. They moved to Colorado 17 years ago. '.There are three other children, .and all live In different states- Kansas, Texas, and Missouri, The Andersons will visit with all their Children before going home. Mrs. Ellen Wagoner, who recently returned from Chicago, where, she had spent several months learning designing, etc., is now settled in two rooms over the Iowa State bank 'formerly occupied by a beauty shop Mrs. Wagoner operated a dressmaking shop over Akre's store before going to Chicago, In an advertise ment In this Issue further partlcu lars may be learned, V. H. Reid, of the Iowa State bank, West Bend, was an Algona visitor Friday. Like Its namesake the West Bend bank Is In tip-top condition. Its June 30 statemen showed deposits of $180,000, wit $157,000 in cash or the equivalent The bank is capitalized at $25,00 and It has more than $20,000 In sur plus and profits. The bank's appro priate motto is "Not how big bu how good." Algona Lutherans who attended mission festival at Lotts Creek Sun day were: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hint; Mrs. Emllie Kahn, Mr. and Robert Liesner, Mr. and Mrs. _„ Wednesday, after . three filth their son, Druggist A. Ir „. Corey baa been help- Ith'e- county recorder's office ns this week during the ab! the deputy recorder, Mrs. olo* Thursday. Other recent Kl- •anls programs Included a-talk; on ental hygiene by fir. A. D. Adams n which x-ray pictures were used o show how hidden'conditions can ause serious trouble. Often these ondltlonsiCan.be discovered only by he x->ray, for there is no pain or ut\vard«slgn, : The General hospital reports the ollowlng: Charles Welsbrod, Keneth Bolllnger, and Theodore Wete- rod, all of Fenton, Robert Sell- trom and Hazel Casler, Algona, and Dr.'W. L. Tlndall, Woden, tonslllec- omles; Evelyn Hetlund, Goodell, ppendectomy; F. W. Langlltz, Me- ervey, x-ray and diagnosis; Rusell Kelley, Algona, treatment; Mrs. n ercy Walley, Corwith, and Mrs. William Jentz, Fenton, major abdominal operations by Dr. 'F. W. Schwartz, Des Molnes; Eunice Gibson, and Marjorle Dlrksen, Woden, onslllectomles and adenoldectom- es; Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Jones, Al- ;ona, new daughter. Anhabelle White, R. N., Ames, has been help- ng at the hospital. Not everyone can show Samples of school work done 50 years ago, but 3. L. Broesder, of Union township, s one who, can. He .has a 4-page sheet which he copied as a boy of 12 n Germany. It is of course done In script, and the handwriting is excellent, showing that Mr. Broesder was a careful student. He has a few other examples of his childhood school work. The Broesder family lived In Hanover, only a few miles from the Holland border. . In 1881 Mr. Broesder and an older sister came to this country. The sister is now dead, Mr. Broesder .has never been back, and his closest relatives >ln the old country are two nieces. Mr. Broesder lived at or near Freeport, 111:, for'some years after he came to America, hut since 1895 he has lived in. Union, where he owns a quarter section farm. Lottt Creek daughte Huenhold, Teacher Ernest Zeitz, of Verne Evangelical school, the and Lu his Kinson. Fraser, Philadelphia, [this week-end, for-* a. is visit with her parents, -Dr. and biter Fraser. She is curator tft school. . Chrlstensen spent Sunday at ake with his wife and chll- have for the last several Item at Mrs.- Chriatensen's h cottage. r.'Wehler is suffering a [ttack from his old f enemy, if with complications, and for ' use a : crutch se- wlfe were guests of the Brariers Friday. . -i (| A card from\ Leo Shaben, Cincinnati asking to have his street ad-dress changed, reports that his three sisters are there for the summer. Leo, his. sisters, and their "'father, Jos. Shaben, have spent ithe last lew summers together at Cincinnati. Lbelner has to \ his cane. i Mrs. August Huenhold, Iverson, and the latter's ,werd guests s 'ot'j -.Teacher. ,*Wllllam Schmiel, ol lotta | Sunday evening. \..'L~ SChllmoeller, R. N., who had .(« home here for «he last I years, returned to her home vllle Saturday,, vfihe (hi 1 A. C. Wllley. lived and O.-C. McKee -Sioux City Sunday. Both interested in the Kennedy ns company here, which i old'buttertub factory. , Reding, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. iMr, and Mrs.'Pete' IFrahm, pelr children, John, Gordon, all of Monterey, Minn., fcmday at the Frank Capealus I J, F. Cook has as guests her f, Mrs. M. E. Shirk, and her D, A. Wlllardr both of n, Mont. Mrs. Shirk te her 90th birthday |"W, C. Dewel "and her son drove to the Okobojls Mon|take the son Bobby-to Camp Bobby was at Clear 'Lake land so missed going with '-boys. i Mrs. A, I. Ttss, Port Mad•9 Friday for a week wjth r's mother, Mrs, 'Catherine *4 sister, Mrs. Isabel _.„ M is superintendent of the Nlaon schools, Me. Barnes, Bolfei ,„„„ Kgwday, after a'visit since Tin with her daughter, Mrs. *""£ Mrs,, Barw^-Mrs. Mrs. Eugene Keneflck v at Mankafo, " F< . Charles Greger, Chl- ' 'Saturday and i 'Sunday former's father, E,' F, P, ine younger Gregers were M home from a fishing I Jiorthern Minnesota. Mrs. G. W. Stlllman and her little daughter Ann returned Monday afternoon from Maxwell, where they had spent ten days with Mrs. Stillman's mother, Mrs, Minnie .Holland. Mrs. Holland and her son'-Charles accompanied the Stillmans Home for a week's visit. Herman Nelson, Glendale,., Calif., and a brother from Des .Moines, called on Algona friends one day last week. Mr. Nelson, now Interested in the Vesper bank at Glendale, was once a banker at :Tltonka. His brother Is employed in the state banking department. . ; v Roy Hilton, his daughter;/ Charlotte, his «on William, Verona. Benson,! and Omar Kelley returned Saturday from a lake near jBrainer'd, Minn., where they had spSPt ten "days. ^Mr. Hilton Is the Gi Sommers company, St. Paul, representative in this territory. :• ' Mr. and Mrs. L, Call Dickinson, of ward Hackbarth, their Mr. and Mrs. August Mrstylra Iverson, her daughter, ''the ijjafcl Krugs, the Rev. and Mrs. P. J. -Braner, son' Erwln, Edward WetzeVi: Mrs. Ida Zumach, and u her ^.fighter Ella. * M.' P. Haggard, G. P. Towne, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Falkenhalner, and Mr."and-Mrs. H. M. 'Smith spent Sunday at St. Paul and attended two ball games between Toledo and St. Paul In the afternoon. Mr. Haggard's son-in-law, Forrest Twogood, who pitches for Toledo, pitched several innings of the first game. Mrs. Twogood, who has been spending the s.ummer with her parents, is expect- jktfrom St. Paul today, after ten days with her husband. Helen Dingley got home from Chicago yesterday morning for an indefinite stay. She has been employed-In -the city the last few years. Mr. and Mrs. William Nugent, Chicago, and their sons are expected Saturday, and Mrs. Nugent and the b&ys :wlll remain for several weeks with Mrs. Nugent's parents. Mr. Nugent will return to the city Monday, but will join his family ( here In a few weeks. Mr. Nugent Is the sqri; of. Mrs. Elizabeth Nugent. /Last week's Britt News-Tribune said: "The Rev. and Mrs. B. M. -Southgate'Tand their daughter Priscilla celebrated the Fourth at home, and left next morning for a trip to Michigan to visit the son and broth- Ililnols Guest Is Honored- Ella Lewis was hostess in honor qf Elizabeth -Kani, Aurora, 111., Friday night; The entertainment consisted of bridge at four tables, and Sadie/Green won the high score, Meredith Lathrop winning the cut prize, prize. McMahon, Kathryn Misbach, Philomena Qulnn, Anna -Nelson, Kathleen Holtzbauer, Lorraine Tierney, Alice Behlmer, Jeannette Goeders, Helen Corey, -Katherine Kain, and Norma June Trenary, the latter of Cor- wlth. , Miss Kaln received a guest Other guests were Marlon Club to Give Social— The 'Plum Creek Elite 4-H club will give a lawn ice cream social tomorrow night at Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bode's, and there will be a program featuring community singing, ' a short comedy, moving pictures, club reports, talks, readings, and music. The public is invited to attend "an evening of community homemade happiness." Officers of the club are: President, Frieda Paetz; vice president, Lucille Calhoun; secretary- treasurer, Helen Paetz; newspaper A mission festival here last week Sunday was well attended both forenoon and afternoon. In the forenoon the Rev. Mr. Miller, of Minneapolis, conducted services in German; In the afternoon the Rev. .Mr. Meyer, Sanburn, delivered an English sermon .-The choir sang for both services. Other ministers attending were the Rev. and Mrs. Richmann, Burt, the Rev. and Mrs. Faulstich, Whlttemore, and the Rev. and Mrs. Braner, Algona, and their son Ervin. Elsie Meyer was taken to Fort Dodge recently, and thence she left for a few weeks with her sister, Mrs. E, Peters, wife of a minister at Cherokee, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl entertained as Sundajf dinner guests. Mrs. Bruhn, of Fenton, and her family, the John 'Geltzenauers, jthe Chris Meyers, the Herman Gades, Whlttemore, and Edward Tietz. William Wetzel and Mrs. Richard Potratz were called to Algona last week Tuesday afternoon by news that their mother, had a stroke. Mrs. Potratz stayed to help care for her till Saturday noon, when she died. (Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the Algona Lutheran church, and burial was made in the Lotta, Creek Lutheran cemetery. The services were conducted by the Rev. P. J. Braner, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig recently accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Krause, Fenton, on a week's fishing vacation in northern Minnesota. Mrs. William Meyer had her tonsils removed last week Tuesday by Doctor Andrews, Algona. Hertha Runke helped at the Meyer home while Mrs.- Meyer was recovering. Mr. and Mrs. Panchow, of Wisconsin, visited at the Edward and Albert Kressln homes a few days last week, going home Monday. Mrs. Wm. Reisner, • Milwaukee, spent last week at Andrew Kading's. Grandma Meyer, Fenton, spent Sunday at her son Martin's. Esther Potratz,.who had.been employed at 'Fort Dodge, a few months, has come home. Grace Turner and Miss Betts, the latter chief telephone operator at Algona, were dinner guests of Lillian Kressin at Albert Kressin's last Thursday evening. , iLllllan is also a telephone employe. Mrs. Chris Siems, Whittemore, and Ervln and Esther Siems were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Reisner. Dea Mpines, their 'little son, : : and Mr. and Mrs. Rollin -Hunter, Washington, D. C., who are visiting Mr. er Robert at Ypsllanti and with relatives at Michigan City..Mr. Southgate's, sister, Helen A. Southgate, who lives at the latter city, will accompany them home for a visit, Mr. Southgate is having part of his sunimer vacation at this time." i3.:', J. O'Neil, two miles south of Wesley, yas -an • Algona visitor bright and. early Monday. Mr.] d'Neil, who was for six years a partner of the late S. D. Drake, lives Oni'a 'quarter section, one of the old Driike farms. He had five acres of _«|r$wn>d out corn this spring, but he replanted' the acreage to fodder Sexton un's para DMoines e the week-end with Mrs. L. J. / 1 - for- -M, O'Nei, pays cash rent to Aetna Life. He remembers the from 1893 to 1,97. when peo- Mrs. C. P, R« Redwood, MJnii,. reunion,; 8peeht Mr, Spepht, social ^n4 sery ? hpt the Oscar Anderao r ,laj!m °t? ftt ' tae n be the here brothers W h Q , " i * "« >?• i * mer 'Ruth Dickinson. • C, Q; Drummond and his daughter Mary drove to the Okobojls MpnteJ? to visit relatives till Monday. The Drummonds have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. -Hutchison for 4 several weeks. Mrs. Drummond was Isabel. Hutchison, and Mr. D. is a teacher in the Chicago schools. '•]. The firemen were called to W. J. O'Brien's Monday morning, wire basket used-for blsh tipped over and set.fjre to a garage. A hole two foot square^was .burned in the side of the bulldln'g, but the blaze had been put^out before the firemen arrived. ,•:?;£ -,»•*-.••-•Mrs. (Forrest Twogood and Ruth McMahon returned from Minneap(H Us Sunday after a visit sin^avljftfit week Wednesday with Mr. Twogood, who was playing ball there, len days, Helen Vaughn, Min,n,^WS oils, who had visited Ruth,:sey.eral 'days, went home with them. •-•" Edna Gllmore, graduated from the Kennedy beauty culture schooj ,j at; Dea Molnes last winter, has'opened a, beauty parlor at the home of her grandmother, Mr.s, J, Q. Jamison, on eouth Minnesota. She Is a daughter of Mr** Irene Gllmore, who". Wve* with her mother, Mrs, Jamison., . Mr, and, Mrs. B- J- McBvoy, daughter Mary Geraldine, and Mary Biggins were Emmetsburg visitors Tuesday,, and from there drove to the Lost Island state park, where they spent the day with friends who were picnicking. The McEvoys lived at Emmetsburg before they came Mrs, Walter .Lorenz is taking vacation from her duties at Haggard & nNlkonnaJner's, and Is spending thta week at home. Next week, with Mr.' Loren?, who will have a wsefea «p. wwft^ Ws dutjes ftt tne K t w «,,, ^o.'s,'and with the J. M- ^terhsts, she will spend at the " ? !?carcl from the »r. R. M. WaJ- to the J. O. F, Prices reports ;avelers e»4°y4 D S tbelr western T^e car4, ma»le4 Saturday, c sever.! ; ;J"ple blamed Cleveland just as they ' blame 'Hoover now. • ,,,C.,,P. Peterson and ,J. W. Bolllg, Seneca farmers, had business at Algona Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson, who farm 240 acres, have'four children, three sons and a girl; Mr, Bolllg, who farms 400 acres, has a wife,'and ten children, and what is unusual In so large a family, the children are equally divided, five gjrls and five'boys. Two of the girls and a boy are graduates of the Seneca high school. One of the daughters was for a time last year a "nurse at the Kossuth hospital, ;i -Mrs. H. R. Clark, three daughters, a pon, and the family dog went home last Thursday, after a week with Mrs. Clark's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Freeh, They Hye at International Falls, on the border be- ;tw&n Canada and Minnesota, where Mrii'Clark is a United States cus- 'tom's inspector with a long stretch of the border under his supervision, Mrs. Clark made the down drive, 600- miles, in a single day. Florence Gaat, Seneca, accompanied her on the return trip, but has already returned. v ,The picture page of the Detroit Free Press Monday carried a large picture' of Mary Janice, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. N. C. TUce, Mlsa Rice, who Is in charge of a group of girte at a camp at Frankfort, Mich., appears in riding habit, whip In hand, holding her mount. The underlines below the picture are: "Gets a col-, orful Job.—(Janice Rice, Wellesley sophomore, from Algona, Iowa, has been selected to lead the floral par* ade of the National Cherry Festival }n 'Traverse City July 16. - She to 'summering in Michigan." Mrs. L, J. Dickinson arrived from "Washington, D. C., Friday'. Mrs. W. F. Walker came with ber as far as Cedar Rapids, where she stopped *& visit relatives. Re* K. Nelson, em- ploye in the senator's office, drove the Dickinson car. The senator is expecte? as soort ••« Congress adr Journs, Mr. and Mrs. L, Call Dfck- inspn and 1fceir bafcy opije -frow Moines 'Friday torjfe_f TO*;?*!?., tf fop Rotary club reporter, Ida Mae Gardner; historian, Mary Tjaden. ' Algona Couple is Harried— Maxine Samp, daughter of. 'Mrs. Andrew Godfredson, and John, son of Mrs.. J.' H. Lunstrum, Des Moines, were married -Saturday night at 8 o'clock by the Rev. J. L. Coleman at the Presbyterian manse. Witnesses were Mr. and Mrs. William Stell. After the.ceremony.Mr..and Mrs. Lunstrum went to 'Forest City for a /visit till Sunday with Mr. Lunstrum's brother Paul and his sister, Mrs. Harry Nelson. They are no* at home in the furnished apartment over, the 'Eike -shoe shop. Mr. Lun-, strum is employed on the Advance. Entertains at luncheon— Mrs. J. Q. F. Price and Mrs. J, H. Brechtblll entertained at luncheon and .bridge at Mrs. Wm. K. Ferguson's la«t week Wednesday. At one o'clock lunch was < served to 28 women at two-long tables centered with garden flowers. The high bridge scores Were won by Mrs. S. E. McMahon and Mrs. Claire Anderson, and Mrs. Walter Fraser won the cut prizes, which were' black There was a picnic dinner at A. Greenfield's Sunday in honor of Mrs. Nellie Curran, Los Angeles, and her son Merrill, who'are spending two weeks here. Mrs. Curran is a sister of Mr. Greenfield. Attending * the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. William Greenfield, Irvlngton, uncle and aunt of Mrs. Curran, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Curran, Kenneth and La'wr rence Curran, and the (Robert Hard- copfs. Harold, Kenneth, Laurence, and Mrs. Hardcopf are children of Mrs.' Curran. Mrs. Fred Nearing has spent several days with her mother, Mrs. Henry Glave, who is seriously sick at her home at 'Britt. Trees were uprooted -and broken off in the heavy wind.of Saturday night. Corn and oats were laid flat but are straightening up. Communion services were held at the church here: Sunday morning. Attendance was small. ' ' . Ihe new Sexton community band practiced Monday evening at the Sexton hall under the direction of Evelyn Bode. Julia -Dearchs, Algona, Is spending a few days with Marie Harris at the latter's home here. .The Clem Cunninghams spent Sunday with friends at -Llvermore. The Aid meet next week Thursday with Mrs; John Harris. Mrs. Herbert Bailey, of Klemme, vases with ers. of gaden ow- arid her daughter Ruth, with Mae Asmuason, Sioux City, were visitors at Huth Miller's Friday. • ' . alsg spent the Call*? « .m, Mffl. an- end fcere. Call V) % m> w */f*JB* T Dlcktoson. Ca^l is psftottpJnjr IftV JS §S^-a^Mi: m ^te^ «Mg{ i ^ a«r js?^™^^-* «, Evening Party Next Week- Mrs;. 'F, E. Saunders and Mrs, W, C. 'Dewel were hostesses at an afternoon bridge party Tuesday at the Country club clubhouse. There were ten tables, Mrs W, B. Quarton and Mrs. Albert Granzow winning the high scores. The next evening party will take place next Tuesday night. g, S..Cl»g§ to Tie Comforter— • The Methodist Bible Searchers class wil) tie a comforter at Mrs. C, B. Heise's next Tuesday. Women attending are to take a covered dish, sandwiches, and dishes, Other Society, • The Plum Creek 'Elite club met with Ida Moe Gardner last week Wednesday, and roll call was answered with, names of materials for curtains, AH members were present. Mrs, D. !B. Dewel and Mrs. H. J. Lacy 'enterta$ne4 }8 women at dinner and bridge Saturday nU#t, The Ijigh scores were won by Mrs, A, E, Kresensky and Mrs, M. J. Strelt. The Baptist Loyal S. • S, • class meets today with, Mrs, Hugh ?ieroe; Mrs. John Shimmel and, Mrs. W. H. Horan, assisting faostesse*, Relief Corps will mee^ at the n^xt 'Tuesday eyeplng at ?f?Q, Befreshmentf wttl be aerye4 at 1ft? cjose, Mrs, H. W- PletPft entertained J»er bridge «>w b Monday afte$noon, and Mrs, R. M. Hauberg score. " " CflngregftJpnal woman,'f 8- 4§y. '"Cap". Smith Is somewhat improved. His nurse has been discharged, Mrs. Ward McWhorter, of Clear Lake, her little daughter, and 'Lee MoWhorter, Osage, were visitors last, .Thursday at A. E. Clayton's. Mrs. Clarence Gardener, Bancroft, spent Friday at L. A. Potter's. The J. H. Frasers were Sunday guests at Mrs. Eva Germann's, St. Benedict.' T(ie cow-testing picnic last Thursday was attended by a' good-alzed number-of people. Dinner was seryr ed at the Ambrose A. Call state park, and there was kittenball in the afternoon. The M, & 'P- club will meet this week Thursday with Mrs. William Runchey. Most of the, corn has been laid by, some hay has been cut, and the oat harvest (began 'Friday and Saturday, A high win4 Saturday night blew corn down, but most of it bad , Small 'grain' risen again by was down in spots. Mrs. D*. D. Sparks waa suffering last week from an Infection in ft flnger. Jane' Olspn, Chicago, is expected. this week Thursday, for a, visit with the S. L. an4 Laurence Olsons. The H. I. Sablns were at Tltonk^ Surtday afternoon. * , WANT-ADS BBING Specials att , ^p ^>^^ ^ i^^ ^ ^^ ^ Beauty Shoppe , , , Just West of the Garage GOEDERS' East Side - • OUTLET STORE Opens 9 a. m. Friday, July IS A Grand Clearance of Merchants and Jobbers Merchandise] 5c to $5 Reciprocity Prices In tune with the present day prices of lotVa Farm Products An outlet of desirable needed merchandise •with unheard of low prices that* spell real bargains. Here, is a partial list of the "many desirable Items you will find here. "ff )i Xft Silk Dresses Knitted Dresses Wash Dresses Children's Dresses Ladies' Coats Children's Coats Bain Coats Wool Skirts Tub Blouses New Sweaters Rayon Slips Girdles Foundations Children's Slippers Ladies' Slippers Ladies' Oxfords White Footwear Rayon Bloomers Bayou Panties Rayon Chemise Nifty Smocks Knit Underwear Cotton Pajamas Bayon Pajamas , Swim Suits Wash Suits Slack Trousers Infants' Wear .Drapery Damask Drapery Cretonne Made Draperies Crlss Cross Curtains Buffled Curtains . Priscllla Curtains • Cottage Curtains f Curtain Panels Curtain Laces Curtain Materials Silk Hosiery . Cotton Hosiery Children's Sox Children's Hose Silk Crepes Printed Silks Printed Voiles Printed Lawns Fine Percales Bath Towels Bayon Silks Fabric Gloves Kid Gloves Silk Scarfs Novelty Jewelry 'Hand Bags Panama Hats Knit Berets Curtain Bods Many experienced salespeople to help serve you. . Items conveniently arranged on racks and tables, everything in sight and handily 1 arranged to promote fast selling. Np APPROVALS ' •• -5 ' ALL SALES FINAL GOEDERS' East Side Outlet Store , \ ' Just West of the Ford Garage y^VJJl "->ll .*'' JSUABAHTEED JOTOB OIL This pure Pennsylvania Lubricant means economy Dau Garage East of Courthouse ANNOUNCEMENT Opening of Self Help Shop Wheye * own We do the cutting, fitting, designing '(i| desired) in, LOOK HERE, FARMERS! j " Harvest and haying time is here and we cah^ 4 siipply you with ,, ', ^ mm, BEIT DRESSWG, BELT LACING, FORKS, I CUPBHEKL also carry a , the Hardware Kohlhaas -r--r%^» ^

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