Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 21, 1932
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II ^Sunday, the school -held a pic- in Ed Mlas , B. Mrs. Laurltzen thb 'Kelson family, KOSStiftt COUNTY ADVANCE, AtflONA. I0WA • :vff *w.mfo ' if. : vm Whittemore is Host Today to Scores of Buttewakers Today Is a big day for Whittemore, where buttormakers are gathering for a meeting and program Which Includes a butter-scoring contest. The Whittemore creamery Is Host/ and R. A. Bartlett, Whittemore buttermaUer, and three other buttermakers, • Palmer Frettem, Oraettlnger, Vlggo Klilsholm, Wes- buttermakers captained by Mr, Forrester and a team of traveling men ca.ptatned by Albert GranzoW, of Al- ,gona, will compete. The day will wind up with a ban- to ° r " butter the public Is Invited. RELATIVES AT LU VERNE IN GET-TOGETHER iLu Verne, July 19—The I. H. Benedicts, W. B. Mnsons and 'their . . Tickets j guests, 'Flora and Ellis Mason, of for both will be $1.25, or 50c for the! Toledo, O., and Ed Mason, Charles dance only. The local Rosary society in« «.,,» w t ri "«..-c win;, me mesa iiosary society L?e thi J^; tP ° rrCSter ' ° ttOSen> wlu serve the hanwet, and August ale tb« «nmn,i»n. on prrangemente.| Vaudt, Whittemore creamery presi- pected. u ° f 10 ° and their wives Is ex» t ink MM, Blanche Jenks and There will probably be 75 entries, y 7h(J 'four-' MAtwtier children, more or fewer, In the butter-scoring aA Mrs.'Frattk'Hedltiger, of contest, which Is a state "educa- the £*ev. and Mrs. dent ' wl " be toastmaster. Professor ~ I City, the F. I. Chapmans, J. I/. Llchtys, I. H. ChapmanS, and Geo. Thompsons, Ledyard, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Thompson, Sioux City, The News at Burt Mortensen will speak. Special num-1 enjoyed a family gathering at Gotch bers on the -program will be a trio consisting of Mesdames Forrester, Harold Jacobson, and C. 'E. Lander, park at Humboldt Sunday, Cemotery.Association Moots— ner Wote, &«d Mrs. Burand Edward/'and Raymond to Attend Colk*e-, r Zlelske la making plans to 'college this fall. His slater ", et , who is a nurse at Wich- Jans i ^s coming this week, He V return with her and enter St. „'» college. .Elmer was .gradu- I this spr |n £; I r M. S. HoMi Meeting— , W. F- M. S. met. In the church f'Frlda'y. Mrs.'Joe Mayrte wa« Mrs. Moe,- of Lakota, led ["devotional, Mrs. Johnson the rardahip, and Mrs/ Yahnke . the ton. The next meeting Is at La- jol coltafre Nearly Finished— Ejarquls Lindsey, of 'Fenton, is the interior painting and var- a11 ° { ottoscn . a tap dance by Ros-j Twenty-four women he Iowa Creamery Managers and Jperators association. Each entry vlll consist of a sample of butter !rom a competing creamery, and the samples will be scored by Professor Mortensen, of the Ames dairy department, Roy Scholes, of the state lepartmcnt of agriculture, and Howard Tteynolds, a well known expert. The 'buttermakers and their , . aUflplces o£ lyn Oude .. »<* Motnes. another tap! Cemetery association " ...... ~ attended meeting dance by little Ruth Adeline, daugh-! Mrs. William Miller's last Thurs- ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming, j day. After a business meeting at Whittemore, and piano selections by j which the affairs of the organlza- Mrs. L. W. Swanson, Whittemore. | tlon were discussed, there was a so- After the program Professor Mor-1 clal hour, and a potluck lunch was tensen will announce awards in the served. The meeting place for Aug- butter-scoring contests. ust was not decided upon; Lutheran \. P. S. In Meeting— The .Lutheran Y. P. S. met last The Junior ball team played at Humboldt last week Tuesday and won, 16-2. Burt had been defeated by Humboldt In a previous game here 8-3. The locals' played Banci"oft Sunday and lost, 6-1. The U and I Circle met last Thursday at Mrs. W. R. Chafee's; Mrs. G. C. Allen, assisting hostess. Mrs. E. N. Volentlne, Fairmont, was a guest. and the last Thursday evening, BO attending. Tme H. O. Buells spent last week at their cottage at the Okobojls, and had as guests Mesdamos F. L. Pratt. C. W. Parteraon, W. T. Peters, Al Staehle, and L. A. Boettcher ( with the husbands and children Sunday. Dr. W. T. Peters attending a medical meeting at Waterloo last week Tuesday. I. 0. 0. F. Meeting. The county Odd 'Fellows council I ... . •-^•~« — nvj vi^ju A- ^in_*rr o v*'-'uin;ji xiiu JLJU viici ciu A » J-* at nicb 1*101. wives will take part In. a Judging| will hold a monthly meeting next week Tuesday evening for a social contest of their own at 1:30 tilts' afternoon. Mayor Thomas Carmody will welcome the buttermakers and the women to Whittemore this afternoon at 3 o'clock, and C. R. Conway, of •Garner, state secretary of the Tuesday night at Titonka. All Odd time. Wm. Reddel conducted the Fellows and Rebekahs and their. devotional services, and after Community club members families ate picnic supper at Ambrose A. Call state park rel- Mr. to TKe John Gettmans visited atlves at -Fairmont Sunday. Gettm'an made a business trip Manson last Thursday. Misses Warner and Whitney and George Gerhards have recently pur- friends are Invited to attend. -business meeting the evening, was spent "playing games. Refreshments were served by Walter Blocta? a ! chased new 'Ford 8s.- I The B. N. Volentlnes, -Fairmont, Supervisor Overcome. 'Lone Rock, July 19—Chas. Morris, while substituting for Oscar C. E. Hag liawn Party- creamery and operators association, Earing on the drag line, was over-1 The Presbyterian Junior , . . ^ is' scheduled to make response, j come with heat and was ill several' spent last week Monday evening at brother Lloyd Elston's. Royal H. Holbrook, Cedar Rapids, of j days last week. the Ames extension service, will * . then give an address on Boilers and Morling Improved. Llng In ' he new c ' otta K« tnsolldated. The house la expect- I to be completed by August. . Horn to Howard Maynes— Kuril to the Howard Maynes an 8- i boy last Thursday morning. Mrs l Ostermann, of Wlnnebago, Is ring for mother and 'babe. ,t) Sail Pierces Foot— |D. A. Carpenter stepped on a isty nail last week Tuesday. He I Dr. Devlne care for it to avoid ictlon. i , Johnson Has Anemia— [Mrs. John J. Johnson,- who has ien very ill the last two weeks, is [fering with anemia and is still ill i bed. ^^^^^ House from Algonlan— li. C.~ Strand''purchased what is own as the Charley. Lester home lit week from Wiley Richardson, of Igona. Fuel In Relation to Creamery Operation. i . I. Chapman's, where lawn games were played till dark, when lunch was served In the house. The party After this program there will be aj ot the state supreme court, who had klttenball game in which .a team of j been seriously sick, was Improving. Last week's Emmetsburg papers' was under the supervision of Anna reported that Justice E. A. Morllng, | Murray and Mrs. Chapman. PROGRAM FOR M, E, AID AT WHITTEMORE Whittemore, July 19— M. E. Aid met Thursday. p. m. at Mrs. James Thursday afternoon, at Mrs. James Crawford's; Mrs. Roy Crawford, St. Benedict •Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bormann drove to Des Moines last week Tuesday and on their return home drove back a new Ford coach. Society M<-et.g ut Country Home— The Evangelical Missionary society met for Its July meeting last Thursday at the country home of Mrs. Lewis Merkle. Marie Fritzemeier conducted the lesson study. Mrs. Kraushaar'g father, O. P. McDonald. Mr. Kraushaar Is a Harvard Instructor. .Mildred and Lucinda Booth, of Spencer visited last week with their cousin, Wllma Slaughter. Leo Vlnaas, Geneva, 111., arrived Saturday to visit his parents, Mr, and Mrs, M. L. Vlnaas. Elsie Haskell, Lu Verne, visited from last Thursday till Monday at It. D. Hodgson's. Ru'th and Esther Hodgson and Mrs. A. H. Melnfcer took her home. The Hodgsons and Miss Haekell were supper guests of the Melnzers Sunday evening. •Mrs. Agnes Nellls and her daughter Elaine left last week Monday with the sons Roy and John for their home at Eden, N. Y. Mrs. Nel- lls and her daughter had been with the former's 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Murray, most of the last year. The sons came to take them home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thaves, of Minneapolis, and a daughter spent last Thursday night at- the J. O. Thaves home. Ernest and J. G. are cousins. The William Ladendorff.s fished at Clear Lake- Saturday, and, Sunday. The Portland township Farm Bu_. ... reau met at Mr. and. Mrs. Tom visited here last Thursday and Fri- Trenary's Friday evening. day. .. ' . I , The Elmer Heelers, of Bancroft, Mrs. H. L. Wyatt, Minneapolis, moved'to Burt last'week.' and her children visited from Frl- j The H. A. Thompsons,, Mrs. Gertie former's Thompson, Mrs. Earl-Glrton, Oska- loost, and the latter's children visited at We^t Bend Sunday. A Sunday school class of junior girls taught by Margaret Morness will have a picnic at' the Algona swimming pool this week Tuesday. Mrs. Niel Nielson, Spencer, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Armstrong. Senator Patterson went to Des Brings you tremendous saving*! A week of thrifty values! : C. E, d av to Monday at the Student Nurses Visit Here—i Mabel Nygaard, student nurse at Mercy hospital. Fort Dodge, spent her vacation at home last week. The C. B. Chipmans and William Elvldge attended an Elvldge reunion at the Ambrose A. Call state park Sunday. Relatives were present from Jeffries, Minn., and Callender. The Sewing Circle met at Mrs. J. T. -Heany's last Thursday. Ada Schwletert, who is spending the summer with a sister at Whltte-1 Moines early in' the week to attend more, with her mother and at Lucile Sewick's. Clifton spent a few days last week | the state republican convention. Mrs. Al Rosenmeyer, accompanied Bernice Scribner, of the same place, by her mother, Mrs. Anna Huschka, i spent the week-end at home, and sister, Mrs. Frances Stephenson, drove to Mason City last week Wednesday to spend the day vlnlt- ing. ' Other Lu Verne News. The James Godfreys drove to Iowa City Monday, taking • Lela Mrs. A. C. Bjustrom, Mrs. Frank I A number from here attended the Roupe, assisting hostesses. A pro- i fur >eral of Mrs. Otto Harig, jf Ho!- j ter she had spent two weeks vaca- gram was given, musical selections l^ 16 ;,; 1 !!™" wh ° was bui ' ied ln being furnished by Lucille Reimers, Mrs. L. W. Swanson and lola • and Myrtle Barber, with a reading, Who's Afraid? by Dorothy Helden- wlth. "Whites" Lose io Cylinder— The local Whittemore "Whites" I 'sundls, Mr. and Mrs. G. G. <?tuilor, | George -Martys, Mason City, were girls klttenball team lost to Cylinder i «nd Andrew Ludwlg drove to West j her e. . clrls last Sunday at Cylinder 12-11.1 Be " d 'Friday to visit the grotto, andj The Maynard Spooners left late _ Whittemore and Cylinder girls are; ha(J dinner at Carroll Brownlee's at|i ast week for Turton, S. D., where Mrs. Elmer Nelson and her daugh- • \Tilln ivl evenly matched. Whittemore has:- u ^ ljai "6-5 and 13-12, but! Bertha Heller has been visiting o gam(?S] lost the latter two games 12-10 and 12-11. A fifth game is to be played. The local baseball team won from Rodman on the local diamond 7-2. Picnickers Go to Arnold's Park- Picnickers to Arnold's park- and the Okobojls Sunday were: Ralph Walker, Bob Walker, Cecil Bjusr trom, Clifford Crawford, Pearl j Thursday at the Kossuth hospital. Walker, Russell Walker, all of Whittemore. and Carmella Walker, Louis Broesder, Loretta Walker, Former Whittemore Girl Weds— Bertha Mae Baldwin and Melvin Herbert Elliott were married last week Monday morning at the home|g un( | a y w ith the Isadore Movers, of the bride's mother* 'Mrs. Charles Henry Eisenbarth, son of Mr. F I Born to Walter leslles— |A girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. falter (Leslie last, week-Tuesday. Other Ledyard News. Irs. Paul Gelhaus's ,two brothers, |(iHollandale, have been here the . tfeek making .some' improve- nts on their, mother's house, now icupled by Wm. Garrys, I Mr, and Mrs. Frank Redlnger, of j Molnes, spent-Sunday ; at' the [arental Mrs. Blanche Jenks's. Mrs. dlnger remained-for a week's isit. [Mrs. Wm. Flynn was in Buffalo lenter last Thursday. Mr. Flynn's Ruth Murray, returned with tern for a visit 'here and with the !oy Gordons. [A collector from the-head office of keyerhauser lumber company was ,-j. ale j erg ensen, Margaret Habeger, Jere test Thursday arid Friday. He ; and Grace Walker, Algona. yed'at Wm. Flynn's; who Is man-' iger here. ['Cecil Peterson's mother .and two iers, of Sanborn, and, two rel- Jtlves, from Chicago, visited here iflay. . (• Mrs. B. H. Locke, of Grant, spent week at. her'sister's in Prim- rand her son Clare's at Laurens. llr. locke went for her Sunday. I Evelyn Anderson returned to Chigo last week Monday after ten i with her parents. Evelyn is a telephone operator in-Chicago. ; Mrs. Arpke, of 'Appleton, Wls., me last week Tuesday to look after her farms. She is making her i at Wm. Green's. • Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Max ton, Blue arth. son Forest, and Mrs. Mary ien called on friends here last keek Wednesday.' [Mrs. Irene Giles returned home to Moines last Thursday, after a Reek's visit with her mother, Mrs. l O'Keefe, Mrs. Paul Gelhaus is suffering Ith an infection in her foot caused 1 a blister. Dr. Devlne* is caring • her, _The Leon Wordens, Mrs. P. B. ' yer, and Marjorie spent last week day at Ed Campbell's at ieca, ; . The George' Thompsons and son Hilton and his wife/of 8iovnc,Clty. back to the University hospital af- I ter she had spent two weeks vaca- . tion at home. Mrs. Burdette Agard Catholic cemetery at Algona. I accompanied them for a visit at " - -• •' - • ' the p aren t a ] Davis home. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Marty, Cloquet, Minn., have been visiting Fritz's mother, Mrs. Catherine Marty. A family gathering was held for them last week Sunday, and the Sr. M. Radigundis, of Milwaukee, spent a few days last week at thu G. G. Studer, Andrew iLudwig, and Geo. B. 'Ludwig homes. She returned to Milwaukee Saturday. Mrs. Mary Fasbender, Sr. M. Tlad- The Rev. aiid Mrs. J. -E. and their daughter Phyllis accompanied the Rev. C. V. Hulse, Algona, 'to the Methodist camp at the Okobojis Sunday, and thence went to Marathon, where they are visit- Mrs. Carl Watson, who has been sick for several weeks, Is much improved. '••••• The A.' F.- .Carters and Henry Ewoldts visited Mrs. Carter's ipar- erits. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Callies, Titonka,'a few days ago. Mrs. Callies had just returned from New ing Mrs. Clifton's mother and sis-; York,- where she went with her son- ter. Bruce Clifton joined them there l-ln-law, Doctor Hansen, loWa City, later in the week. • I and his wife. Mrs. V. A. Smith, Milwaukee, and: F. L,. Pratt has had a new . roof her two children arrived last Thurs- laid on his drug store, day for an extended visit with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Marshall, of Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. j Hampton, visited at A. H. Melnzer's Grover. ' Sunday evening. Mrs. Marshall Is The L. H. Schencks and the N. I. jj r> - Meinzer's cousin. •Morness family picnicked at Hand's Park last Thursday. ,...•• C. C. Snilth, J. G. McDonald, son Hugh, -B. W. Brooke, and' Charles Hanna took James Kerr home to Minneapolis Sunday. He had spent The Rev. L. Richman and Ms family visited ' Amboy, Minn., relatives Sunday and Monday. Mrs. H. "W. Manus and her daughters, Katherine and Mrs. Lillian Sigler, visited at the Charles Morris several weeks with his sister, Mrs. j home, Lone Rock, Sunday, C. C. Smith. The CBui't men attended a ball game. few weeks with 'Bertha Fnsbender and friends. 'She left for Dell Rapids, S. D., last week Wednesday for . Mrs. Spooner and the baby, Donald, j ter Marguerite returned to a I remained for several weeks with her home at Fort , Dodge last mother, a Mrs. Williams, Maynard returning. ' ; j Mr. and Mrs. Jesse iLindebak and their week Wednesday, after a week with Mrs. Nelson's mother, Mrs. Mary McDon- j aid. Hugh and Dorothy McDonald Dr. and Mrs. H. S. Van Vranken attended a meeting and picnic of the Upper Iowa veterinary, socieyt Friday. a visit and on her return Bprtha I Edward returned Monday from a i took them down and remained till Fasbender will accompany her to her home at Des -Moines for a week. Jerome Eisenbarth, oldest son , '»£ Mr. and Mrs. Frank E.isenbailh, was operated on for appendicitis liist vacation spent visiting the Walter Genriches at Alexandria, Minn. La Vonne Mason, who has been at Thursday. The Birthday Circle met at Mrs. H. S. Van Vranken's last Thursday. He is recovering nicely. The Joseph Stuflick faml'y of Fort Dodge, attended the wedding of Fidelis Stuflick and George Ricke last week Tuesday. The J. O. -Downs spent Sunday at Wesley with his parents, '.he Chas. Downs. Leo Hanigs, of Wesley, spent the W. B. Mason home month, returned to her Clarion last Thursday. the past The Otto Kraushaars, Cambridge, home in; Mass., arrived last week Wednesday 'for the rest of the summer with Burt Girl Injured* Burt, July 19—The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hobson had one side lacerated Monday, when her dress caught in a gasoline engine. The garment was torn from her body, and she was badly c She was taken to Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle to have her wounds treated. NInman, Charles City. They left Immediately .for a wedding tour in northern Minnesota, formerly lived here. and Mrs. Isadore Eisenbarth, spent las' week with his sister, Mrs. Emll F. Four 1'rlcsts Go'Golfing— The Baldwins Arndorfer. I Harvesting is in full swing hare. The early oats are cut and shocked I and the late oats are beinsr hor- UUH&J i •.•-«-*•»•••»-• — » i C P. Sweeney, 'Port Dodge, and Father O'Brien, Humboldt, played at Bmmetsburg last week Monday. Second Son ior JIaUorys— There Is a boy at Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mallory's. There is one other son and. a girl. Other Whittemore News. Rosalind Glide, of Des Molnes, Is spending two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Carl Hansen. '• She was accompanied to Whittemore by Gordon and Joan Hansen, who had been Sunday in Humboldt.' : R. R. Holly, of jFort TJodVe •" Raymond were aV Oliver »'» last week Tue^day.f^S., 1 Vn. Laura Ne» R te F ' " "ting relatives at and August Sprarik. of Bancroft, spent punday at Wm. "t^en^V».' Mrs. Edward Ifnoner visited her Patents at Lakota Friday. ' Charley Baschtira was ilrlaat week lv flu and b «>nohWs, / The A. E. I 1 au,r w jt«en» ^ere in Al- Thursday; ,\ • lfervestlng is 'about -finished, "" ' visiting at Des Molnes two She weeks giving dancing lessons, and number at the scoring contest to week Thursday. Mrs. Locke, Clara Local golf enthusiasts, including i vested th j s week- . Some of the onts Fathers Hyland and Velt, H. b. | , n p]aces are D ] own ,j own badly by Dailey, Banker John C^Uen^ Fat ^; w lnd. The recnt hot weather is ripening it fast. Threshing will begin In a week or so. Mr. and Mrs, E, F. Rahm ;md tho two smaller children spent the week-end at Omaha with the Robert Schemels. » 'Mr, and Mrs. G. G. Studer and Sr. Radigundis, Andrew Ludwig, and Gene Erickson spent the week-end with relatives at Fort Atkinson and Cresco. Lloyd Walker, and Arthur Algona by Mrs daughter Elma, to R. E. Locke and of Remer, Minn., ing local friends. She is the daughter of the Henry Layrenzes, who formerly lived in Whittemore. ] Mary Catherine and Theresa Fandel daughters of Herman Fandel, are visiting this week at the M. W. Brennan home, Emmetsburg. Wm. Hlggins Jr. Is working at the Champion office, % taking the i- place of William Heller, who had worked there .several years. Los Angeles, arrived recently to OF ALGONA whThad vtaUed since last Wednea- visit the former's parents, Mr. and day 'at the J. E. Walker and Har ? old Kuecker homes. _ ? • The Henry Kuecks Lone Koefc were Sunday guest at Mrs K brother. Arthur Heldenwiths lied last week,- aecomi Darcella Jensen, and through to week. crews' r Vm f work conjftelda are |n "i^-f ' '• ea Minnie Jlow, Vesta ~ president, others & year. Cora Thursda the for , Woo4 the club by diagonal at to The Schenck ft {fag. lunch,. *» The Erwin C. Eugene. Of Chicago, drove sHSS*'— 5 rest Union, Cecelia Dullard 3r e last weeli to vis" Mrs. D for a visit., mmer> Whittemore, ia*. Mrs'. Peter Elbert. . Mr. and Mrs, Frank Jergens, Herr bei-t Zumach, and Eldora Dau attended the orphan festival at Fort Dodge Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 'Laurenz Pert! ana Mr. and Mrs. Johannsen, Algona, attended the Orphan festival at Fort Dodge Sunday. A number of Whittemore people attended funeral services last week Tuesday at Algona for Mrs. Augusta Rlstau. Paul Mersch, of West Bend, operated on for appendicitis Mon->; day at the McCreery hospital. The Albert "Behnkes left last week Wednesday for Lu Verne, Minn., to visit-the C. 1 F, Blinkmans. The WWttemore Whites Sunday elected iLydia Meyer captain tp take Eldora Dau's. place. Marcella, daughter of J. S. CU}T ien, is visiting Mary Pooley at Em* metsburg. Ralph E/Newellj Manager \VISH TO ANNOUNCptl Opening Day, Saturday, July 23 Atwhich time we will give FREE--One gallon Royal-Penn Motor Oil To every customer who makes a purchase of 5 gallons Royal "40" Red Hat Gasoline on opening day we will give 4 coupons good for 4 Quarts ^of. ROYAL.- PBNN MOTOR OIL (Guaranteed 100 per cent Pure Pennsylvania). One of these Coupons can be redeemed each time you purchase 5 gallons of gasoline and are good for 60 days. We are making this exceptional Frej offer because we want everyone in this vicinity SnrSt^isInd try a fill of the R )YAL"400" RED HAT GREE^I ANTIKNOCK^ASOLINE, it stops knocks, giv?s more miles per gallon, gives a smooth and powerful push on the pistons, aU this at no extra cost. Drive in and fill up with thw Wonderful Premium Anti-Knock Green Gasoline No extra cost—same price as common Your motor will tell you "The Difference" ROYAL "400" of Algona Greasiug Washing Polishing ^res Batteries 1194 Accessories Soft Drinks Clean Rest Booms I, a. diufhter ^ Mrs- and repair and scyeen pW. new Sale of Silk Hosiery Service we.lght hosiery at such a low price Is unusual, so buy pair after pair at Children's Anklets Are priced special for this event. Regular. 19c values featured In this event, 3 pair SHIRTS and SHORTS 2 garments for Maye your selection from ' these lower prices. Princess Slips Ruffle Curtains Wash Suits Choice each Part linen Toweling Replenish your needs with this part linen . crash at this special price. . 8 YARDS Featuring fast' colored" "printti ' in novelty " patterns. Reg. f 1 VaU,. on sale this event' Save Money on Every Parchaae Pillow Tubing: 3 yards.—.- Jap'Rugs, 18x36, 3 for — Fancy Cretonnes, 3 yards- Steven's Toweling, IS-inch, brown & bleached, 3 yds. Fast color Prints 3 yards. « Goblets, footed Tumblers, 3 for —'_ Items you for mid - summer Men's AthleOe Unions Athletic Unions Broadcloth Shorts Rayon Shirts Ribbed Unions Choice, each FOB Remarkable Groups for Opportunity Week 9 Heavy double thread Towels Colored Lunch'Cloths "inov Grenadines, 2 yards Boys' Golf Sor, 2 pair c-ather Pillows ^•>ncy Glassware ' Glass Salad Plates Printed Voiles Reduced to 3 yards Colored Wash Cloths Were never featured at these prices. 12 for Children's * Wash Dresses Priced in one big group. Size-3 3 to 14 years. Wiseo Toilet Paper Quality crepe . j»a- per, 100 sheets ti> the roll. I 6 rolls Yoke front mesh Panties Choose These Items' They're Values Enamel Convex Kettles'_._ Enamel Water Pails Alum. Percolator, 2 quart__ Alum.; Double Boilers Dish Pans, 10 quart ___" Water Pitcher, 4 quart Brass Wash Boards -'.^ EACH Extra Special GLASS WATER • SETS' . 7 pieces Extra Special BALTIC SHEETS Excellent quality 81x90 LfRRHH Depart men! Stores . , . . , . ^ ••yv ; _ . . — COUNTY BUDGET ESTIMATE AM> HECOBDl OF FIUJH* NOTICE: The Board of Supervisors of Kossuth County, lop*, meet August 3rd, 193£, at 10 a. m., at the Court House in Ateow, fow*,,, Taxpayers will be heard far or against the following estimate of ejipe*- ditures at that time. . ; •* -* J BERTHA B, JOHNSON, County AwaiftwW Proposed Bal. Estimat. Est. In- Amt, Nee. Bzpend, BkBMML > Exp. on Hand Surplus come to pe fif ^JSS^- FUNDS Est. June 30 of Bal. Other than Ratted TeMr ' 1933 1932 on Hand Taxation by Tax, ]M General ..$100,000 $ 43.490 9 25,000 $ 20,000 f &5.000 »102,IJ« Court Ex- , , pense -- 3,600 3,670 1,800 800 1,300 Poor 48,000 5,648 5,000 36,000 State In- - { sane ... 16,500 2.275 1,500 15,000 Co. School - 14,000 1,342 2,000 12,000 Soldiers' Relief .... 4,800 1,924 4,8W Bovine Tuberculosis Secondary Road Const: Mandatory (2 mills) 150,000 Secondary Road-Maint: Mandatory (5 rams) f0,000 m 4,800 1,924 7,000 7.M6 7,00» 8948t 26,000 JQ^Q.O« TWOEPE mm iff (7 H mills) 79,000 Construction orllatnt: Mandatory (I mttl)- 12.0QQ Co. " . 18,9S>0 Cash , j'^A^I tz&i.y'Vi&'l- lt.^jf<a<i,?* r i fitr i,,, r -f.C,M"ii.K

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