Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1932 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 13, 1932
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PAGE TWO ALdOKArlOWA DOES YOUR CAR NEED? '9*** your tofr need recovering! your body need repairing! yonr fenders need straighten* ''Urns your brakes need rellnlng! •Dees yonr motor need overhauling! 3H»es yonr radiator need soldering! aieos your steering gear need attention! Does yonr car need a grease Job! And we ,know yonr car needs HY-YIS MOTOR OIL Win. C. Dau Garage Fender and Body Work. General Repairing. Fainting. PHONE 165 CALL THEATRE ALGONA Thursday, October 13 MAJtLENE DIETRICH HERBERT MARSHALL DICKIE MOORE Jn "Blonde Vonns" Marlene singe for the first time «cnco "Morocco"—a new and more mUuriner Marlene. Matinee Thursday, 2:30 p. m., 10 25c. Friday and Saturday, October 14-15 Boys and girls —• remember, .the »ew serial "Heroes of the West" Btarts at 1:30 p. m. Noah Beery Jr. fe the star. Don't mtes any part— 4fs thrilling! FE5ATURE PICTURE ZANE GREY'S "Heritage of the Desert" Matinee Saturday. 1:30-3:30 p. m., 3.0-250. Sonday and Monday, October 16-17 BARBARA STANWYCK GEORGE BRENT In "The Purchase Price" FENTON GIRLS WILL ATTEND 4-H BANQUET Fenton, Oct. 11—Fourteen members of the Fenton Forwards 4-H club met Saturday afternoon at Marie Miller's. The meeting had been scheduled for October 16, but because of a 4-H banquet for that date, th,e meeting was called a week, ealler. Roll call was on What I En- Joy Most In the Woods. A talk on how to collect and exhibit native nuts was given by Ella Dreyer, and a demonstration by Donna Jean Bailey on book covers. Plans were laid for a 4-H club banquet at the Country club clubhouse at Algona this week Saturday evening. The place for the next meeting- on November 19 has not been decided on. I'.-T. A. Program Is Given— A P.-T. A. meeting was held laat week Tuesday night In the high school auditorium. The attendance was not so large, for many listened to Hoover's speech. County Supt. Shirley was to give an address, but he failed to come. Esther Smith, music Instructor, gave two piano selections, and an Instrumental duet was given by Edith Wolfe and June Weisbrod. Maurice Bilsborough furnished music on his guitar. After a short business meeting refreshments were served in the basement.' Standard Bearers Hear Program— The Standard Bearers met last week Monday night at the Methodist church; Lilias Boevere and Ruth Glaus, hostesses. Margaret Stephenson, assisted by 'Lily Rasmussen, had charge of the lesson, and Isabelle Weisbrod introduced the new study book, "The Lady, Fourth Daughter of, China." This was followed by a playlet given by'Virginia, Frank, Mrs, Ernest Weisbrod, Margaret, Ardls Voight, and Lilias. The social hour was spent at'Initiating thenew'-members; Methodist W. F. M. S. Meets— The Methodist W. F. M. S. met last Thursday at the church; Mrs. Frank McFall and Mrs. Wllbert Hulldorf hostesses. Devotlonals were led by Mrs. C. F. Ruske; subject, In the Beginning. Forward Together was presented by Mrs. Hulldorf; Our Well of Salvation, by Mrs. O. J. Stephenson; Impersonating The Plans, by Mrs. Hulldorf. A cornet solo was played by Harold Geronsln, accompanied at the piano by Maxine If you liked "So Big" you'll like this Better. For the entire family. Matinee Sunday, 1 p. m.-5 p. m., 10 and 25c. Continuous show, prices change at % p. m., 10-25-35C. •If you fail to receive your monthly calendar, phone. We will gladly mail you one. SUITS Weisbrod, Leaguers Guests at Grncttlnger— Members of the Graettlnger Epworth League and the Rev. Mr. Paul, their pastor, entertained 40 Fenton Leaguers and the Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder 'Friday night. The Graettinger League gave a program, following which there were games and refreshments were served. Shower Honors Lily Rnsmussen— Mrs. K. O. Stephenson and Nettie Weisbrod were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower for Lily Rasmussen at the Stephenson home Saturday evening. The bride-to-be received many gifts. The evening was spent at bridge. Attend Quilt Show at Algona— Services Held Friday ( for Ledyard Woman Ledyard, Oct. 11— Mrs. Floyd Col- cell, who lived near the Grant chool, died last week Wednesday, nd funeral services were held at he Sacred Heart church here Frl* ay morning. The body was taken o the home of her parents at More* and, and further services were held here Saturday morning, following vhlch burial was made In a ceme- ery there. Her husband, four chll- Iren, the parents, and two brothers urvlve. Her mother Is caring for a wo-weeks-old Infant, and Mr. Col- veil's parents, Ltvermore, are at the lome. Farm Bureau Women Organic— ' The local Farm Bureau women net with Mrs. John Smith Friday, ind officers were elected: chairman, Ed Knoner and Mrs. Gus Torlne; Mrs, John Heetland; assistants, Mrs, Ed Knoner and Mrs. Gu« Torlne; uooperators: Mesdames Jacob Tel- tamp, Geo. D. Moulton, John Drew, Richard Zlelske, Arthur Anderson, 3eorge Winters, Dora Ukena, Ha- jeger, and Emma Gutknecht. • The :lfth-year lesson on clothing has 3een given to the cooperators at Mrs. Emma Gutkhecht's by the iome demonstration agent. bw _____. Beet-Hauling Has Begun— The farmers started hauling beets last week Tuesday, and loads are now coming In rapidly. Every noon main street is lined with many teams and trucks awaiting- their turn to unload. Pastor Johnson Welcomed Back— Friends and members of the Methodist church here were much pleased to hear that the Rev. and Mrs. Johnson had been returned to the Ledyard-Lakota charge. H. S. Juniors Beheane Play— The-H.>S. juniors have started practice .on; a: play, His Best., Investment, to be given late in October. Teachers to Attend Institute— ..'.There will be,, no school' this week Friday. The faculty will attend" a county teachers institute at Algona. — — — — * Other Ledyard News. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Barrett drove to Livermore Friday evening, and next day they attended an Upper Iowa university vs. Buena Vista EX-WESLEYAN DIES OCT. 10 • • • • • • 4% • •• 4% A fcl IN M IP.H RAN college football game at Storm Lake which the university won, 20-0. Mr. and Mrs. George Schulte,. Alexander, spent Sunday with Mrs. Barrett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Raney, near Llvermore. Mrs. K Schutte ta a- former sixth grade ° teacher here. * Mrs. Mary Tlllmoney and her sis- . ter Loulee, Wells, Minn., spent from . Friday till Monday at Ames and Des . . Molnes with relatives. • t . Mallnda Goetz came home from M Bancroft laat week Tuesday, and la r recovering from an operation for w appendicitis. „ . Charles Hllferty suffered a gash w In the face Friday, when a coal p chute hit him while he was unload- w Ing coal. d Mrs. Laurltzen and the Misses t Nolan, Jones, Stranahan, and Anita t Gelhaus were at Fairmont SatUr- j day, , d •Adelaide Randall spent 'the, week- / end at Mason City. She attended a a reunion at Albert Lea Sunday.- i Mrs. E. T. : Halvorson entertained c the Sewing Circle laat week Tues- c day evening. ' 8 A California brother of Mrs. Al- i bert Barnes visited her last week c Tuesday. r The Arthu'r Battens, Lake Mills, r were, Sunday dinner guests at Roy 8 Link's. . • a Mr. and Mrs. Ben Glsch, . of -El- <; more, spent Sunday at J. T. Wei- j •fare's. 0 The Roy Mino baby died Monday, T after a week's sickness with convul- a slons. . .' j The German Reformed church | held its annual mission festival Sun- c day. ; Mrs. William Garry and Mrs. Ce- t cil Peterson were at Blue Earth Ftl- , day. Mrs. D. B. Mayer will entertain i the W. F. M. S. this week Friday. ,., 'The Methodist Aid met with 'Mrs. Blanche Jenks last Thursday. Mr. .and Mrs.. Frank. Kelley are ' driving a' 'new 'Chevrolet 1 coupe. The 'R. J. Womacks, Dolllver, < spent Sunday at John Drew's. James Welfare and Doris were sick with the flu Saturday. William Weimer spent the weekend at Van Meter. Ted Gables, Forest City, spent the week-end here. their seventh game, beating Corwith 7-3. Froelich and Wingert were the battery for Wesley, Evans and Long, for Corwith. This week Friday the Teachers' Institute will be held In Algona. Clifford and Edna May Carlson have been absent about ft -ttToolf >mnnnc& r\f lllnpca T^/litVi i IOUHTY MEET I I ED HAWS 9 LAKOTANS tend «. TSlh *f.«yM«Sfeh they e*l«b**t((tn The Mesdames E. C. Mike Weisbrod, Ursula Weisbrod,. Weisbrod, and E. A. Weisbrod attended the quilt show last Thursday at the Chrischllles & Herbst store, Algona. Surprise Honors Woman's Birthday Mrs. Clarence "VVegener was surprised last Thursday evening by friends, the occasion being her birthday anniversary. The evening was spent at bridge. Snyders Returned to Fenton— The Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder have returned from conference, and will continue here. Other Yenton News. Mr. and Mrs. George Ahrends, of Ackley, called at E. A. Weisbrod's last week Tuesday evening. They were en route home from a visit Fostoria. Their a former music Wesley, Oct. 1J. — Friends were shocked and grieved by news of the death of Hilda Kerrins, former Wesley 'girl, at La Peer, Mich., last week Monday. Hilda had been painfully sick nine weeks, with throat trouble caused by steptococcus bacteria. At the last she suffered from general blood - poisoning. Funeral services, conducted by her cousin, Father James Kerrins, Kewanee, 111., were held at St. Joseph church here last Thursday morning. Requiem high mass was celebrated. Burial was made in 'St. Joseph cemetery. Tha floral offerings were notable. Hilda Marvee Kerrins was born at Cullom, III, February 17, 1896, and came with her parents to Iowa in childhood. She attended school at Cullom, 111., Leon, Creston, Pleasanton, and Davis City, Iowa. The family moved to Wesley in 1916, and Hilda clerked in local stores.. 'From 1923 to 1927 she was supervisor of a group of children at the Michigan Home and Training School, La Peer. She has since been teaching in the Sense training department of the same school; besides attending summer courses at the state college, Knight entered school this week. We play Renwick here this week Wednesday, and Goldfield here this week Thursday, in the last game of the season. Study Club Meets. Today— The Study club will meet with Mi-s. Louis Goetz this week Thursday. Members will respond to roll call by naming a new book. Mrs. A. M. Lease will review The Young Mrs. Meigs, by Elizabeth Corbett. with relatives at daughter Alice instructor here, and during her stay she lived with the Weisbrods. The H. C. Llndseys, accompanied by Mrs. C. M. Ummpsted, drove to Carroll Saturday to visit the daughters, Bernice and Vivian, also a daughter, Mrs. Harold Stedman, at Gliclden. They returned Sunday. Mamie Pedersoi), granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell, was operated on for appendicitis Sunday, October 2, and is convalescing rapidly. Verna Kohlstedt is teaching in her place. The Mesdames William Miller, E. K. Johnson, Elmer 'Wetsbrod, W. J. AVeisbrod, O. H. Graham, and E. C. Weisbrod attended a federation meeting at Algona last week Tuesday. Lansing, and at Rome, N. Y. Her mother, Mrs. Charles Kerrins, was with her at the last, and her sisters Imogene and Beverly, for some weeks before her death. Surviving are her parents, sisters Verna and Isabel, and brother Charles, all Wesley; brothers, Tom and John, Pleasanton; and sisters, Imogene Supernault, La Peer, and Beverly, Kalamazoo. Last shipment just in 2 blue fancy patterns. 2 brown fancy patterns. 2 wine fancy patterns. Nearly all sizes now. All wool, hard finish, silk lined, last word for style. OVERCOATS The main line, popular styles, niggerheads, guaranteed, for $15.00. Some good Suits Sizes to 39 ... SUITS and OVERCOATS Some of the best, last shipment just in. Suit or overcoat for $20.00 HISBACH CLOTHING COMPANY Algona Paul Eigler drove from Ames Sunday to visit tho home folks, accompanied by Arthur Kuecker, who visited the parental Fred Kueckers. They went back home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod and the Donald Weisbrods drove to Fort Dodge Friday to meet Florence Weisbrod, Des Moines teacher, who visited her parents till Sunday. The afternoon bridge club was entertained at Mrs. Everett Dreyer's Saturday. A travel prize was won by Mrs. E. W. Ruske, who also won the highest score. Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, Mrs. Donald Weisbrod, and her daughter Anna Rae spent last Thursday with Mrs. Arthur Rave, sister of Mrs. Donald Weisbrod, at Ringsted. Mrs. George Robb, daughter, Mrs. Evan Higfflns, and grandson, Bobby Higgins, all of Estherville, spent last week Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. C. G. Humphrey's. Vivian Huskamp left Friday to resume work for an insurance company at Chicago, after a vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Huskamp. Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Brown, of Estherville, and Alice Glaus, attending business college at Mankato, were at the Charles Glaus home Sunday. Postmaster and Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod attended a postmasters' convention at Mason City last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Goetsch spent the week-end with the former's niece, Mrs. Harold Valley, Minneapolis. Charles Stelnback was operated on for appendicitis Saturday evening at the McCreery hospital, Wiittemore. Neivs from the Vlggo Klllsholms— Ole Flom has received a letter from Viggo Kiilsholm, written on his ship, the Frederick III, September 23, and mailed at Kristiansand, Monday. Norway, September 26. Mr. Flom was born in Norway, and Viggo knew he would be interested to receive a letter mailed there. When they left the home of their brother- in-law at Ludington, Mich., they went through Canada and saw Niagara Falls. The route included a new road along the Hudson river, called Park River Drive, leading to New York City, where they embarked September 17. Mrs. , Kiilsholm and Junior were slightly seasick on the trip. Mr. Kiilsholm remarked that before Mr. Flom received the letter, the party would have arrived at its destination in Denmark. Mauy for Kerrlns Funeral- Mrs. Imogene Supernault, La Peer, Mich., and Beverly Kerrins, of District Conference Planned Here— It is planned to hold the district conference of the Methodist church here about November 2. It will be an all-day and evening session; and our resident .bishop, Frederick D, Leete, will make two addresses. Other Wesley, News. While the Rev. I. C. McNulty attended the Northwest Iowa conference at Sioux City, being absent from Tuesday, September 27 to Friday, October 7, Mrs. McNulty visited her sister, Mrs. W. S. Clutters, of Farnhamville. Mr. MoNulty also spent a few days there. The next meeting of the Methodist Aid will be held with Mrs. Dawson next week Wednesday, Mrs. Didkniann assisting. The year's calendar will be prepared, and plans for the bazaar completed. The Aid is working on a quilt, to be sold at the bazaar. Miss De Mots, Hull, and Miss Conrad, Sheldahl, former Wesley teachers, spent the week-end here, making their headquarters at the Gerdes and Carl Franzen homes, while calling on other friends, Tuesday and Wednesday. Mre. Ben Hopkins left for Chicago Friday night to visit the Doctor Smiths. She was expected back Lakota, Oct. 11—Mesdames George Heetland, Will Schroeder, and Oran O'Keefe, of the Prlscllla club, and Mesdames Delta. M. Smith, William 'urley, O. H. Frerklng, Fred Schroe* ler; Jerry Ukena and J. H. War- >urton, of the Acorn club, attended he County Federation meeting at he Methodist chufch In Algona last week Tuesday. The four Algona ural clubs Vere hostesses, and 13 women registered. At the morning meeting the club presidents answered roll call with a report" of the past year's activities. These reports will be compiled and given at the llstrlct meeting at Emmetsburg October 12. Mrs. Harold Phillips, of Lu Verne, and the county president, Mrs. J. H. Warburton, will act as delegates to the district meeting. After adjournment of the business session Mi's. George Heetland, of Lakota, read The Club Woman's CreJKl; Mrs. Delia M, Smith, county chairman of the division of citizenship, gave a short report; and Mrs. W. E. Weiebrod, of Fenton, county chairman of the division of safety, read the rules for driving a car as published by that division. Vocal solos were given by Mrs. Frederick and Bernice Wilson, a piano duet by Catherine McCall and Margaret Blossom, a play by the Union club, and Helen Needles, of the state medical society at Des Moiries, gave an address on Maternal Hygiene. Margaret Durant presented the book of poems, Silk of the Com, contributed by 80 members of th* Iowa {Federation of Women's clubs, of which Miss Durant .to a contributor and Henry Harrison, of New York City, Is publisher. The Algona Woman's club and,W. C. T. U., and the>-three .Lu Verne • clubs-will >be hostesses at the March meeting. Visitors from Nejr. York City— .. _. The John Steinbergs, of'New York. City, spent a few days here visiting John's parents, the A. Steinbergs, and his sister, Mrs. John J. Heetland. John came to Chicago by plane two weeks ago, visiting his sister, Mrs. Rose Stroud, at York- vlile, III., a-few days, thence to Cen- tervllle to joVii his wife and children who had visited her parents 'two months. The John Heetlanda met them at; Mason City Friday, and brought them to Lakota. They left for home Tuesday via Mason City. F. B. Women Elect Officers— Ledyard township Farm Bureau women met at John Smith's Friday afternoon with Mesdames George Winter, John Heetland and . Miss Emma Gutknecht assistant hostesses. Election of officers resulted in Mrs. John Heetland, chairman, Mrs. Gus Torlne and Mrs. Knoner, assistants, Mrs. Lou Nitz, secretary- treasurer, and Mrs. Frank 'Lewis, publicity chairman. Special guests were Mrs. Muriel Leaverton, H. D. A., and her mother, Mrs. Body, of Sac City. Quilting Party Is Given— Mrs. E. R. Worley and Mrs. Harold Pierce entertained 12 women at Other Lftkotft Newa. . The J. 'P. SehteselB, of Minneapolis, came Saturday to visit the Art SehlsselB. Mr. and MM. Schlssel art Art's parent* and they also vtalted another «dn John at Stevem They were all guesU of the Art Schlweis Suwky flundAy OhIMreft ftoval Uek.ttf tt(ith*«n hut week, Art*" Mi* 4*tnn«. will . operate their, station, Miw Hahria daughter -tean Wilt 'remain here for the present to operate their Station on highway No. 9, north of town. Mrs. £1. ft, Worley'« father, M. H. fialley, of Maion City, otme Sunday for a few day* vinlt, and MW, Bailey, who Bpent last Week here, will week." Mrs, w 'th him •when her aunt, M Moncky ' Of whom live Asohe ami T 0 Mrs. Walter M e f er removed at D Members of the Congregational church attended the meeting of the Mitchell Association (Congregational conference) at Algona last week Mrs. I. W. Lease, her daughter, Mrs. Mary Johnson, and the Ammon and Lester Leases spent Sunday at Ed Studer's, Corwith. George and Norman Johnson, ol !enver, arrived Sunday to visit their arents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Johnon. • A son was born to Mr. and Mrs oy Sherman Saturday morning. a quilting party Friday afternoon. Guests of honor were Mrs. Worley's mother, Mrs. M. H. Bailey, of Mason City, and Mre. A. E. Buckels, It being her blthday. Among other gifts Mrs. Buckels was presented a pieced quilt top, made and given by Mrs. Pierce. Refreshments were served at B o'clock. Rev. Frank Johnson Returned— The Rev. and Mre. Frank Johnson were returned to the 'Lakota- Ledyard Methodist churches for the coming.year. After the assignments at conference last week Monday they drove to Knoxville, where .they spent last week visiting Mrs. Johnson's parents, the E. C. Pringles. They came home Friday evening. Missionary Society Meets- Mrs. August Gutknecht, with Miss Kleist as assistant hostess, entertained the Presbyterian Missionary ociety last Thursday afternoon, Mrs. I. E. Wortman led devotions, Mrs.' Clifford Freeark gave the les- on, and Mrs. C. A. Winter gave a alk on Women and Missions. Hake Q11 lit for Bazaar— Mrs. Earl Grabau entertained the Methodist Aid last week Wednesday afternoon with 25 present. A quilt of the wedding ring design is being made and will be quilted and sold at the annual bazaar November 16. Kalamazoo, came last week Wednesday to attend the funeral of their sister Hilda Thursday morn- Ing. They visited their parents until Saturday. Beverly teaches occupational therapy at the Michigan state hospital. Others here for the funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. T. U McCrystal, Stephens, Minn.; Tom Kerrins, Pleasanton; Mr. and Mrs Andy Lehman, Algona, and Mrs Lehman's mother, Mrs. Kewley, Cullom, 111.; Jennie Cooney, Algona Father James Kerrins, Kewanee 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Looft, Swea City; Mrs. Imogene Sanders, Lu Verne; Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Welter Corwith. Eleven Attend W. F. M. S. Meeting Eleven women attended the meet Ing of the Methodist W. F. M. S. a Mrs. Raymond Hansen's Friday af ternoon. Mrs. Amesbury presided Mrs. Ostercamp led devotions, an Mrs. Hutchinson reaxl the lesson The text-book, Christ Comes to th Village, was finished. The nex meeting will be held with Mrs Theron Hansen the last Friday 1 October, and the new text-book Lady Fourth's Daughter, will b begun. H. 8. Nine Wins Seyentft the tolgh school to.oys wo. Surprise for Mrs. A. T. Buckets— About 40 friends surprised Mrs. A. T. Buckels Friday evening in honor of her birthday. The evening was spent playing games and dancing. A pot luck lunch was enjoyed at the close of the evening. Mrs. Gus Thaves, of Burt, was In town last Thursday on her way to Albert Lea, Minn. Friday, Mrs. Thaves, her sister, Mre. L. J. Need- An Important > . . Announcement ... To those who would like to heat their homes during the coming winter _. atthe _. LOWEST POSSIBLE COST ;./'..- , ' . , . ' • • - - - ' ••- \ ' ".-'•'',.--' :,.-.-, ',.-.In tils climate heating your home is one of your major household expenses. Therefore it offers one of your most important opportunities to e'ffe'ct;,marked savings. This is particularly true since so many people waste almost as much heat as they use. ' > This is a good time to learn how to economize and we'll be glad to show you three things that are absolutely essential to fuel savings. You can't afford to ignore or neglect any one of them because to do so costs so much more than if you carried out our suggestions. Here are the three most important factors: (a) Selection of right kind of coal. Botsford's Peerless is your best buy. Gives you most HEAT per dollar. (b) Burning it properly, in order'to get all the heat by correct firing and regulation of drafts. (c) Saving the heat with storm sash, storm doors and attic insulation. Get our free estimates. ' ' * If you will give us an opportunity to explain the importance of these three steps we are very sure that we can show you how to get through the winter at the -lowest possible fuel cost. We've been selling coal in this community for a good many years. We know coal "from the ground up." We buy in trainload lots from the world's best coal mines. This is your assurance of the most heat for the least amount of money. We have a coal for every purpose. A kind of coal to meet your individual needs—coal that gives-you most heat for your money. Yours for heating economy, JIM POOL, Manager Botsford Lumber Company COAL IS YOUR MOST ECONOMICAL FUEL TO FIT EVERY PURSE AND PURPOSE WE HAVE A KIND Who Is Your Pharmacist ? National Champion to • Chop Here Mr. Peter McLaren, who claims the wood chopping championship of America, will stage a log-cutting contest and demonstration in Algona on Wednesday, October 19 In the Afternoon This contest has been arranged by Kohlhaas Hardware. The contest is open to any man who has not previously competed against McLaren. A prize of $50 will be paid to any contestant if McLaren fails to chop through a log in two-thirds of the time the contestant takes. The Champion uses a PLUMB AXE Everybody is invited to come and see the chopping contest. , Kohlhaas Hardware i See our • | Pharmacy I Window | Display | this I Week i He Is a Trained Specialist When sickness Invades the house you'll find valuable friend— a staunch ally. He is es trained to know, select, purchase, compound pense drugs and medicines. 4 Your physician diagnoses an Illness, prescribes I meut, including medicines, Your pharmacist has the knowledge, the skill, and the judgment to know good drugs compound them properly. Your state recogn« aud imposes rigid tests upon him before granting a license to serve you, Your drugstore is your fortress of health aid your battle witl» disease, day or n BEN iiiilliliilliiililillllllliilillililllUlllUiiiiiiiyii

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