Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1932 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 28, 1932
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: '^? r 0ff^/r^|| WHITTEMOR K088UTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALOONA, IOWA OR WEEK #, State. 8t ; Aigona fd «««*$«• YASa'en i Ready ;s NTH Sexton Child's Face Is Bitten by Pet Dog Whlttetnore, July Mrs. Arthur Heldenwlth motored to Russell, Minn., Friday, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Herman • Volght and Henry T. Schultz. The object of Sexton, July 26-JCharles, two- spending two weeks visiting with year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Clem her children and other relatives Cunningham, was badly bitten by .here, 26—Mr. and ' tnelr rat terrier dog Saturday morn ing while playing, the dog biting htm several times before they could get to him. Mr. Cunningham rushed the child to (Vlgona, and his Other Sexton News. The Aid met with Mrs. John Harris last Thursday with a large crowd present. The next meeting will be the trip was to look after lands hcad waa areseed - There was one j August 11 with Mrs. Monroe Heiter, 49c Satire, 3 for -99c PtlK 3 for -— - of there. They found the crops excel lent. Some farmers thought oats would yield 90 to 105 bushels an acre. The party drove west to the South Dakota line and they found crops good all the way. En route home, they stopped briefly at Steen, Minn., to Inspect damage done by a recent tornado which ruined buildings and crops on five farms and Wrecked a big barn on another farm. Groves were destroyed and machinery was picked up and carried as 'far as a quarter of a mile. gash on his forehead that had to i near Convlth. have a stitch put In It. The other j Mary Harris, employed at places were just scratched, one being on the eyelid. Wngrncr Babe Falls to Live— A boy, Arnold Jr., weighing 9V4 Enjoy Mcnlc at. State Park- Mr, and Mrs. James Wallace, CHILD'S DEATH CAUSES ATLUV • . '• ^ Lu Verne, July 26 — The irvln Chapmans,, Mrs. F. I. Chapman, Mrs. B. .Tones, Mrs. Lee Llchty, W. 13, Mason, and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Llchty attended funeral services at Goldfleld Saturday 'afternoon for Elizabeth Ann Moseley, six-year-old t , . tne i daughter of Mrs. Barbara Moseley, telephone office In Algona, spent] who dled ]aat Thursday at the Lu- Monday with her parents, Mr. .and. the ;. an hospital at F ort Dodge. The Mrs. John Harris. I child had been elck only a few days, Herman Wise was elected delegate and had been taken to the hospital of. to the Methodist conference to be last week Monday, where her dis- Faulkner, dove to A. L. Greenfield's j held at Sioux City.. .Leo Stevens to ' Wa9 dlagnosed as g erter al perl- and from there the group went to alternate. , . tonitis She thd Call state park at Algona Sun- Mrs. Nellie Curran, of California, I mothe r and „,.«, H .=«i-, ™..»i«,, day where a picnic dinner was held and Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and Jane , he ' r father having been Wiled In honor of Mrs. Nellie Curran and daughter Edith were guests of the j n Is survived one sister, by her Barbara son Merrll, of Los Angeles, Calif.' Clem Cunningham's Saturday. an automobile accident a year _ . - - - | ago last October. Mrs. Moseley Is a, Others • present: Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grosenbach slater of Mrs . Irv i n chapman and' Wallace, Faulkner, Mr. and Mrs.. attended a picnic and party Tuesday , the two 11ttle glrlg have vlslted often Robert Hardcopf and children, Mr. I evening at the state park given by j n L U yerne and Mrs. Harold Curran, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clarke. ,' 5 gallon ---- $4.49 use -89c taking, Krnschen 1*1 hare been 1 , 0 V 4 months and.I think they pounds, was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs ' Harold 'Burtls, and Laurence Arthur Grosenbach spent Sunday Return from Maryland School- Mrs. .Arnold Wagner at the Mc-l ana ^ ennetn Curran, all of Lu evening at the Kossuth hospital Irvln Chapman, accompanied by Creery hospital, but he only lived a! Verne ' Mr ' and Mrs- Wm ' Green ' wlth lljyle ' Anderson. this father-in-law, Geo. Kabele, short time, and the body was burled I fleldl o£ Irvln K to n' Mr. and Mrs. A. | Ruth Miller went to Klemme Sun- drove to Des Molnes 'Friday .to meet - •- • D. Richards, Algona, and Mr. and < day evening to spend the week with 'Frances and Martha, Kabele, who Mrs. A. L. Greenfield and Edith, of a school frlendi Ruth Bailey. '"••'[had been called hornet from 'College most time and li ft. 2 ln< hcd 165 ins. «nd now. I weigh fc ,and feel Itai' 1*1 tat «P .the 8nlts one morning I feel if>-,nd heavy", MM. Florence . Boston, j. ... Is just one of hundreds of we get- every month— Sen not only causes you to . M but while you are losing it Vain in health—in'vlvaclousriess m lose fat where tot is »•«•* ,lnent and at the same e ~ stomach, liver, • kidneys, Jeb functioning naturally. In -w. Lusby or any drugstore In 'world will sell you a Jar of tu schen for a trifling sum-take Ei.lialf teaspoonful in a glass of iVater every morning—go light Ffatty meats, potatoes and 'sweets. t'for your healths sake demand It get Kruechen Salts—Imitations ^numerous. It's the little" daily does it. , Y * • 2 5EARETHE DAYS WHEN EVERY PENNY COUNTS hat's Why We Have Planned This THRIFTY SERVICE tad Thrifty Senrice Is All Its Name Implies verything.is washed. The st difficult pieces to ban- he are ironed — the flatr pork. All that remains to be oned is the wearihg apparel and these articles are re- rned just damp enough for oning at home.,. his is the Service for thrifty people at 7c per Ib. Shirts finished upon re- uest at an extra charge of "s each. ' , • ' t KIRSCH LAUNDRY PHONE 367 Sunday In St. Paul's Lutheran cemetery, the Rev. William Faulstlch In charge. Pallbearers were four little girls, Imogene and Dorothy Wagner, aunts, Elnora Volght, cousin, and Helen Meyer. Mlsa Gengler Is Mrs. Wagner's-nurse. * Curllslos Home from Visit— The Alfred Carlisles returned home last week Monday from Ute, where they visited their son Gordon and the Herman C. Id-oil's. Sunday they drove to 'Smithland to attend a picnic dinner. After ttie dinner ;a program was given which'was followed by a baseball game between Ute and 'Sioux City girls. Gordon, Carlisle caught for Ute and Grace Carlisle of Whlttemor'e, pitched on the Ute girls' team. Mrs. Oockley Home Agaln-^- Sexton. Callfornlan .Visits In Sexton— The A. L. Greenfield family enjoyed a visit over the week-end, Sunday with the Mack Wises. Threshing started here Monday j Park, Maryland, by the illness and and Tuesday. Most farmers fin- death of their niece, Elizabeth ished cutting the last of the week. Moseley. They, with another Gold- Mrs. G. B. Wise and family spent. field teacher, whose home Is in with his sister, Mrs. Nellie Curran, of Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. Curran and her son left early Monday morning for their home after •Des Molnes, had been attending Little Donald N.earing Is sick with summer school at the University of summer flu. Emma Spongberg was a week-end guest at the John Harris home. Hilka Winter, North of Titonka Girl, is Bride Titonka, July 2G—Mr. and Mrs. Ubbe . Winter, German township, have a 'new son-iri-law, Edward •Mrs. Gockley returned from the^ KTlutson o£ Buffalo Center, hus- Rochester hospital last week Tuesday. She was accompanied by her son Walter Gockley, of New York, who had been at Rochester with her. Mrs. Gockley fell some time ago and broke her collar bone. Walter returned to his home Saturday even- Ing by rail, but his wife remained for a longer time. Viola Heller is Mrs. Gockley's nurse. Joseph Menrer Brought Home— Joseph Meurer Sr. was brought home Friday from an Emmetsburg hospital, where he had spent six weeks with a broken right leg. The leg is now in a cast, and his left leg is also in part in a cast. Mr. Meurer, who Is past 80, has not been''re- covering as fast as had been hoped for . IRVINGTON GIRL TAKEN SUDDENLY ILL; UNDER KNIFE Irvington, July 26—Marjorie, 8- band of Hilka Winter. The pair stole away and were married June 30 at Albert Lea. The'marriage was announced in the Buffalo Center Tribune of the following week. At last y ear . o id daughter of Mr. and Mrs. accounts they were living tempor-, Arthur Riley, underwent an appen--. arlly with a Buffalo Center married j dicitie operation Tuesday evening at hospltal . The Sc hultzes lived in sister of Mr. Knudsen. The bride's | father has, long been a prominent Jans6i Mgm&j assisting. Marjorie, in Livermore German township' father and was \vho has been suffering from fre- Maryland, which is located at College Park, eight miles from Washington, D. C. Mnsong Have Family Reunion— The home of W. 15. Mason was the scene of a family gathering Sunday when the Geo. Thompsons, Ledyard, Milton Thompsons/ Sioux City, James Zweifels, Corwlth, H. R. Masons, Alsona, Mr, Ellis and Flora Mason, Toledo, O., met and enjoyed dinner and a social afternoon 'together. The Thompsons were dinner guests at Peter Thompson's Saturday evening. • Injured In Auto Accident— 1 Wm. 'Schultz Jr. was injured early Friday morning near Kanawha when a Pontlac coupe collided with his gravel truck. Mr. Schultz was thrown 2& feet and received a broken collarbone and a wrenched shoul- make their one of the republican candidates for^quent spells for many months, supervisor in the j-'ecent primaries. Helen Squires Visits Titonka— still limps slightly from a broken ankle received in May. " -"" ""~ v and English Uses Two Texts— ' ' •' ' Free' Movies Attracts Crowd— . There was a large crowd in town •Saturday night. The business men put on a free movie with the street between the Llchty and Chapman The Rev. A. English preached hardwares roped off for the per- the week here visiting old Sunda y on Union With Christ. He formance. The picture was thrown itaying at read John ..15, and used two texts,' on the screen on the Chapman v B U aiong '<*atetlans 2:20, arid Phllliplans 1:23. "building and ..trie bleachers were with the The special number Sunday was a across the street. There .'".will 1 be Hornick. has been ' She has KUtenlmll Game Next Sunday—. •The local'Lutheran girls' kltten- •ball team will play its fifth game jweelc at mstuuce ai i.« u«.uuuj«,. ^^ ^ m a led !b Mrg C asey Old Friends with the Cylinder girls on the local j The Squires family is spending two m vi u ' v» I A in diamond next Sunday. The locals weeka at the'lakes after institute, ° ss • p e ™ w M «^ u ™ J^ " M ^ a< h ^^ Cha|nber8 have won two games and lost two havlng oha peroned the Hornick del-, » I farm northeast of Lu Verne when 80 They won the first two 0-5 and 13-12 e gation. The William Schrams. ex- . To y, g , t New Yorh> Wisconsin— I gathered in honor of Clara Rector respectively, then . lost, .12-10 and pect to take Helen back;to the Oko-, Mr and Mi . s John Johnaon and a teacher at Po catello, Ida., for 12 - n - bojis, where they wilr spend a day daug hter Dorothy left Saturday number of years. Towns represented morning for New York to visit rela- are Swea City, Britt, Hutchlns,- Cor tives. They plan also to visit for a with, Sexton, Bancroft, Allison, and Family Reunion at J. E. Kell s— | snor t time in Wisconsin. They will LU Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Peter The Will Schrefs, of Clear Lake, be away several weeks. Mr. and Thompson represented Lu Verne. Hoys Hitchhike to Ames— Lloyd Roth and William Heller left early last week Tuesday morn- Ing hitch-hiking to Ames. .The boys said they had no trouble catching rides. Their plan was to. go .and find work so they school this fall. could attend Girl Must Wear Brace- Mary Corrine Fleming, daughter of Mr. and • Mrs. Joseph Fleming, while 'partlcipntlng In >• an athletic contest at Academy park July 4 fell and Injured her collarbone. 'She will have to wear a brace, Whittemore Whig Twice— Boys from 9 to 14, of Fairvllle, lost 14-2 to the Whittemore boye 'Sunday on the local diamond... The Fairvllle young folk's team also lost 12-7 to the locals. Falls from Barn; Hurts Head— Wm. 'Furstenau fell one day last Mrs. Ed Schref, of Ventura, Maxine . Mrgi Elmer Kelley are caring for the' Schref, of Des Molnes, the Robert Hickoks, of Clear Lake/the Will Hickoks, Hayfleld, the Orvllle Hick- oks, Hayfield, the Pearl Hickoks, Clear Lake, Russell Hutsons, Hayfield. Mrs. Rose Hobbs; Crystal Lake, Mrs. Jennie -Schref, Burns, Wyo., the Charles Hobbs, of Forest City, the Earl Hobbs, of Crystal Lake, held a' family reunion at J. B, Keil's. Buffalo Busy Bees Meet— The Buffalo Busy Bees met with Leota Oesterrelcher and Catherine Schram at the Oesterreicher home, Johnson farm in their absence. Koanceg Home from the East—The Rev. A. J. Koonce family re turned last week Wednesday from, a seven .weeks visit at their forme gelist, will •preach next Sunday af- home in Newcastle/Pa. They Were Evangelist at Galbralth— H. Nell Malen, Fort Dodge evan- ternoon and evening at the bralth schoolhouee. Girl Born to Yernon Robinsons— Gal-^called , home June 1 by the serioui Illness of the Rev. Mr. Koonce'i father, but when they left he wai able to return to work. The Rev Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Robinson are Mr _ Koonce drove the cli s tance h'om parents of a grl. Phyllis Mae, born m two last Thursday afternoon. Other IrvlnRton New*). Mrs. Charles Sankey, Mrs, Arthur j funeral services at Thor last wee: Attend Funeral at Thor— The Archie Sanfords attended th Rlley and daughter iMarjorle, accom- Thureday for: Mrs. Bertha. Kallum Mrs. Kallum was an aunt of Mrs Sanford, the widow of Ludwig Kal some Pictures were framed. 'Present Friday and Mrs. Sankey looked af- lum, who'died a month ago. The The lesson was on making work | panted by Naomi Hewitt, of Swea boxes, and several were made, and, City, drove to ,. Springfield, Minn., were Mildred and Fern Krantz, Gertrude Meyer, Margaret . Callles, ~ week from the hay barn, and hit a| Loraine and Phydelis Peterson, Myr- pail which cut a gash on the back of j tie Ama, Betty and Edithmae , -Bud- hls head, taken. Several stitches had to be long, >Loralne Lamoreux, Hazel Miller, Clarice Falk, and Helen Squires. Lunch was served. Party Honors Girl's Blrthday-r- A number of young folks enjoyed a party honoring Myrtle Barber's birthday. The evening was spent at games. [ But send us Fur Co«t» for alteratiq^B and ,re- fu' We ^greffnt one the best Fi|r ' e state. Other .Whittemore News. Norma and Bldora Blnneboee, of Hlnton, are spending a couple of weeks 'with their grandparents, the H. 'P, Helmkesi They came Friday with H, F, Helmke, who had been visiting in Minnesota. Norma went to school here and stayed with her grandparents at one time, t ' Mr.' and Mrs. Jos. T., Oliver visited last week Tuesday and Wednesday at Whittemore. The Olivers were en- route to Duluth to visit a staler of Mrs, Oliver, They plan to stop at Waseca, M* nn M to vislt Harvey Oliver, who has been ill in^a hospital for «ome time. Mr. and Mrs, C, C. Johnson, Mal- Jard, were Sunday dinner guests at Supervisor F. J. Balgeman's. They were accompanied by Bernice Balgeman, whp had been visiting them an* went 'back with them, accom- pa.nied by Esther Behnke . Le Roy and Marvin Hansen, John Johneon, and "Shorty" Erlckson, all of' Holsteln, visited iast Thursday at Cart Hansen>. Le Roy and Marvin are Carl's brothers. They came down ' ven- Ten High Cream Checks Listed— The ten high cream checks for this month are: Nick Heesch, $170.30; Bruno Steoker, $88.23; Edward Zweifel, $82)87; John A, Harms, 179.90; A. Sohram, $73.53; Chris Brandt, $7'5.31; Edward -Bartlett & Sons, $64.60; .Wer't Ashe, $55.82; Jennie Hansen, *54.4Q; Warner Smidt, $53,89. . .. Other Titonka News. The:Jamea Winters, of Gilmore ter busjnees inerests. They then lived near Bode and Ottosen fo went on to. Redwood Falls, they . visited Mrs, Sankey's where many years, sister, Mrs. Ralph Ballard. They returned Methodists Meet at Woolstock— Saturday. I Lu Verne Methodists drove to The Austin Summers visited Sun-, Goldfield Sunday after the morning day In Eagle Grove and Webster' services and joined with the Metho- Clty, Mr, and Mrs, Dave Hlnes, of dlst people of Woolstock, a former La Porte, spent last Thursday here' charge of the Rev. Mr, Baddeley's, With Mrs. Hiss's sister, Mrs. I in a picnic dinner and 'an afternoon Charles Sankey. • From here -they, of fellowship at the park. went to Redwood Falls, Minn., to visit. The Ted Harrises were business visitors In Port Dodge Monday, The Orland Rutledges, of Good Hope, The C, W, Rutledges, also of Good Hope, were Sunday guests at Lorn Rutledge's. I i Hospital Patient Brought Home— I Henry Oberholman, who has been In the Lutheran hospital at Port Dodge.suffering from a tumor on his brain, was brought to his home near Lu Verne Sunday. There is little hope for his recovery. » The society will meet Buddeleys at OkoboJU Camp— left Monday with then> for and Minneapolis, where they expect to visit relatives are hostesses. Thp James ponahues and a Mr, MeeHer, Waterloo, ^nd the Charles Other Lu Verne Mr, and Airs, H, E. Peitzke drove Clear Lake Sunday and met the atfend l?uttermakers' conven- Mr, and Mrs. Frank Schattacbnel- di" drove to Easton, Minn., Sunday to visit at Mns . Ferdinand Here's, accompan^4 by Frank's and Mre- Heiae'fl parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Schattsehnelder. y}o]a Balgeroan, student nursp in a <3h'lqago hospital ipame nome Fri' a- evening for a aujnmw's and Mrs. Frank SobVier. Milwaukee, will be ac- Joh» the week-end with, J.ne at the Rev. Mr returned, day guests at Douglas Riley's, . i An uersons and Geo, Peitzkes, Clear 'Mr. and Mrs, Earl Crouch,, who'i^^ and enjoyed a picnic dinner, have been employed for some time Th <s Phil Wchtys and Llpyd Smiths at the Edward- Mawdtfey (arm, we r e also Clear Lake vteltora Sun- moved into Algpna Saturday, ,' day, ^ Marguerite Pannkuk, daughter of j Armstrongs, Livermore, were S-in- yern Stones, Mason City, the James Mr. and Hrs. Anton Pannkuk, Who A*-,, a-,,^.^ <>* Tv>i.<rioa •niiov'o i J__* ^.-- ^.-,x_.— ,-..— has been working in the hospital ID Mason City, will be home next Tues> day evening for her two weeks vacation, which she expecta to spend at her home, The Roy Budlongs, Es,tella Bonacker, Oscar Blanchard, Ann* Bruns, and Horace pchencH, were Pilot Knob callers Sunday after-noon. Kermlt Larson,, oldest son of L. B. Larson, who has been working in Clarion for the lost year, spen.t a few days visiting his parents Ja?t week. Edith pudlong, who worHs in the Citizens' National bank M Hampton, spent the week-end with her mqth. er, Mrs. Frances Budlong. The Wijlianj Schrajnsi who spenfc , _ ._* m Ii.l_ A1n.n "DAir TJtl**. Department Stores 45c SALE Continues This Week Read about The Savings BUSINESS DIRI tt We*ltlrN« Blitzed —,-u^ fJvcembef tl, IMft, at the •t Algona, lo^a, Under i of March *, "~~ LAWTEB8 W. B. Quarton tt, W. 1 QtJARTOH * mtttUtm Law Offices. "hones: Office HI, rwidene* Algona, low*. , J. L. BOH AM ~* Attornay-at-Law /. Office Iowa State Bank BMk ,<fflce phone 460-W. Al«on«, K WASH FROCKS Reduced down to Printed Voiles 40 inches wide are priced in this July Sale . , MeMAHOIT* >. Vf. Sullivan B. E. MeJCifec*. L. B. L4nnan Attorneys-at-Law. Phones: Office, Z«l; J. W. 8, M»t 1 < B. McM., 40S. Algoim, iMfBh. i .'t Rayon Undergarments Priced in this July Sale for__ 45c Women's Ribbed UNION SUITS All sizes HARRINGTON * P P. Harrington L. J. Attorncys-at-Law Phones; Of flee. 28; T. 'P. a. U» R. J. YAK NESS, O. W. 8TIX.I.KAK Men's fast color Broadcloth Shorts Pillow Tubing Full bleached, 42 inches . wide, priced this event yards.' 44c Glassware Odd lots. Featured on tables. for__ 45c Women's Knit UNION SUITS 3 for Office over Iowa State Bank 'hone 213-W.- Algotta, I* l D. Shuniway-- G. D. Kl , SMflMWAt * KBLLT i AM.drneys-at'Law Office In Quinby Block 'hone 58 Algo««. TH L. A. WIMCEX. AHtom«y-at-Law Office in Quinby Bunding: Phone ISO p MIHAM B. WlirtR Girls' Bloomers Plain color crepes and slip cloth, 2 for __ 36-in. Percales Light and dark patterns. About 100 pieces 5 yards. Wash Suits New styles in fast color fabrics for boys 2 to 6 yrs. 45c 19c and 25c Children's Anklets 3 FOR Muslin Gowns Regular an d e x t r a sizes f ea'tured at this low price GIRLS' NAINSOOK UNION SUITS Priced to clean up Office over lovva 'State Bank. Phone 206. Algona. KO P. A. DAffSOJT Atiorney- At-Law Office over Iowa Slate Bank:' Phones: Office, 460-J.; Res. SUE DOCTORS Brownell's July Clearance Sale Of Summer Footwear Now $3.85 If KEXKPICK Jfc KENEFICK 1'lij slelnns and 8nrgM<M Office- over Rexall Drug:SboTO> Office phone 860 vf J. Kenefick, H. D., res. pho*» It i M Kenefick, M. D.. res. phooe BS C. II. CHETZMETEK Physician and Surgeon Office in John Gaibraitti BUx* Phones- Office, tlO; rea., 444 \igona V. JANSE, K. D. an4 SatgeoK Office on South Dodge Street Phones: Office, 666; residence. " Algona, Iowa. WALTER FRASRIt, X. B. Physician and Surgeon Office in Quinby Bldg^ Room 1*. Phone No. 12 MELVIN R. BOURNE Physician' and Sntgw* Office in Postofftee Block Phonea: Office, 197; residence, SIX. W. D. ANDREWS, B. O. Osteopathle Phyxlcla* mmt Smfgftm. Located over Hub Billard P&riOK :;l ' '' Phonea: Office 187. Re*. B, A. EVAIfS, X. H. Over Borchardt Drug Stow, Phones: Residence 812, ofltoe Algona, Iowa. DENTISTS n% Regardless of cost and former sale prices, you can now have your choice of summer styles at this one low price. Many styles are suitable for early, fall and winter wear. Many other bargains for Men—Women and Children $1.00 to $4.85 i BrowneWs DR. H. HI, OL8OK ', Jlentlit. Gas and novocalne uaed tar '*»-- •rnctlon. ^ i+, Located over Chrtstensen 8toi4 •honc«: Business 1C6, reatteM* 4M, Algoaa. Iowa % ' f VETEK1NAWAN8 i. w. vox f. B. WINKEL TetertMriun t West State Street, Algma, Phones: Office, 476-W.; IU ILP1XQ CONTRACTO son General Contractor*^ Estimates Phonea; Bualnesa, 6U-J; ' MACHINISTS Shoe Co, and WeldfOT stock Si PUton lllnea,, ptn«, and West of CourtHbuie Pho«» INSURANCE KOSSUTH COITNTT KITTUAIi ' INSURANCE A880CIATWJT ^ >ver $15,000,000 worth oC « ^ n? in force, A home eoaw Mcure. j, o. Paz*on. WJi 3tty Property Loan* F«tm Insurance '07 W. State Bf; JOB.. N«w»iu»d wwd JVIra. Ralph Lee learned of'the serious illness of her s,!ater, >VaHer Jlopkjns, Worcester, , following? an Qpera|ipn. Mrs. Albert putterfleld spent Satr urday n'&hf and Sunday with at LotU .vjrs, Hugh Colwell spent moat of last week at Fort Podge .visiting relatives, She ws accpmpanied Sunday by her mother, S|rs, H<U, Fort Dodge, and a nephew, Roy Reiibel, Barnni», whq n>^de 4 shprt visit at, -the feproe. / ied by her mother, Wrs, Pftyis, oj (pity, returned |o v Lu- .' Vern* ^Wa^ T ComS;unTon""was T "ohsarv- tTOm, |pwa <3ity Sft^WF^y W J tb 'ICftte ^W q S??^4 ^SS *BBS,^ ^w**-^ *'f» iaa' l n S artlcinlted Wmftn 1 * l>S ^ i *! &** I , The ^e^od^t pjj8^o,na,ry socie);y ?f* *f**vy*^5»*™j j ' '~ urill meet •'•with 'Mrs. 'Peter^TJiomoi Ada •Fiene. d&uffhter of the Rev* •£*** 4*^?^*' ^*SK»* *t*«* *•?*»* *»vt~^ * *^=fr w »«ffp*e,» •vr—r ^«p"B nw* ;r» '"{^ jpotr-F r unn Tie»vfr VT'AAK ivhiipsuiflv * infit(Ut.n iw sysa^fftK^^^SsS^^'A The Win, 9&ti:& >** »* w? Portable Tub with every Electric Machine Sold P«W!Pf^^wwj,f'»; <( x\' f\ r >J 'r f- ,fci ;,t»%-' f " * ^ il •-' v % v< i |»w* DUUno* low age of *11 kind* ' '* [ u" ? r — TO 11 45ffS'"iF5 v ™77"p^T^- r (i| (p^ -m yiucjic M^^^K L ** C. s. ' ^ % -il <- "t fc. ,.\ "^i^'sl* 1 {»•> ' \'5!''fW l '-^\,^G- t ^Vv <$&*• itt^jx.f&iA'^? H v {%&&&* ?:''^^BWP -^V^^ls -H ^4'iMM^S* i*ifelt«w:s%^r%is"i|%|i

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