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AT OMAHA Nov. '8—TliB marriage second youngest Mr. arid Mrs. William ahd Clifford Meyer, young- at Mr. an<* Ml<6> Bert Meyer ' has Just ' been announced. took place In Omaha li., Presbyterian church October **lfy were attended by Evelyn ,i« teacher at Dakota City, and J m Jirdman, Corwlth,, who..were the same day. by Mrs, 1932. &?•• started with Mr. Godfrey, Ml«, Cross, and Mtas Dunn coaching ' Mr. and Mrs. w. D Hauck ami son Clarence, Humbrfku were Sun day gucBts at Frnd Clonr'ich's •Mrs. Conrad Hahn Week. .Mrs. Harry with the housework. r ' rhe K ' M - Joiwoiis were Sunday William Krauso's ' ' KC " '' U U ™ ^™« 'I!! 3 ' A : A. Kruogor drovo COUKfY AbVAKGfi, ALQOKA. IOWA wan 111 i ns t RnJin assisting to ,Pom.t City Sunday, V !«itin B Charles HchuiUt's. The C. C. C wore Sunday Ewoldt's. There will be no school nt «\voa guosls , u City, Karl £ Huttons, of Bancroft, Hear Hoover at St. Paul Friday - uv ii._i.,i j- IHUIV aCornoon, In observance of Armls- A re- Erd- slster at Schaller, following 5n y. Mrs. Meyer has been since graduation, teaching Rock, Ayrshire, and at i .Dakota City. ,'Mr. Meyer rented a firm, .to which they (V e dn the spring ( nr Mrs. Delnwr Angus— "mtecellaneouB shower was glv- £ nho nor of Mrs. Delmar Angus week Wednesday afternoon at , of her Sister, Mrs, Fred ' Hostesses were Mrs. J. M. Mrs. N.''L. Cotton, Mrs. ' Dltiner, : Lillian Angus, •yf j. Cotton, Mre. M. E. chard, Mrs. Albert Thompson, Roy Zunkle, Mr«, Edward nchard, Mrs., Edward Zunkle, t Alex Krueger, Mrs. James Cdwrorth, and Mrs. :<Fred Genrlch. 1 bride was the recipient of many gifts. .Elgtity attended and i was served. ' »' A. Has Good Prof am— 'JL p. T. A. met last Thursday \g. A program consisting of ,by audience, a play, Mr. Cure, Busy Day, characters: Alfred Jeger, Juanlta. Dunn, Mrs. J. M. fcnclmrd, Ralph Prlebe, and Mrs. lv ln Householder; pantomime,B Harry Rahn and Mre. W. G. big; and a drill, third and fourth •were given. • .The regular tlce day, Gordon Blanchard, student at Cedar Falls, spent tho week-end at liome. The W. C, Holtcrs were ling, Jness meeting was held. A drive f membership Is 'toeing ..made. Vol- r ball was played by the men, af- r which lunch was served. > 8. 8. e girls' Junior Sunday school with Mrs. Charles Osborn as her, held a. party at Frank fa last week Wednesday even- Attending were Doris Sanders, Jensen, Grace' Newbrough, Mrley and Betty Marlow, Lorabelle eholder, Vuanlta Wegener, De, Rogers, and • May Ann Flaig. nes were". played,'. arid lunch of guests at M. H. Heller's, Corwlth V. L. Whalen, Dolllyor, spent the week-end here visiting friends The Legion Auxiliary meets Friday with Tena Jensen. The Sewing Circle meets with Mrs Will Leeper IFrklay. The Otis Sandem visited relatives at Hardy Sunday. LEDYARDTs, GLASSES HAVE B, B JOURNEY Ledyard, Nov. S—The "inter-class basketball 'tournament was held Thursday and Friday nights. The Junior girls defeated the sophomores 12-6. In the next .game the sophomore -boys defeated tho seniors 18-6, The senior girls won from the freshmen ID-fl. The last game was the closest and most exciting. The freshmen and junior boys tied 20 to 20, and a three-minute overtime period was played. The juniors scored first, followed by a field goal 'by a freshman, again tying the score. In tho last few seconds the freshmen again scored, winning 24 to 22. Friday evening the 8th grade girls won from the 7th grade 36-8. Tho Sth grade boye won 21-12 from the 7th grade. The junior and senior girls' game was closer than the score 12-6 shows. 'Again the freshmen boys put up another thrUler against the sophomores. The first quarter they led 7-5. At the half the sophomores led 12-tlO, and also Bnncroft, Nov. S—Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Mutton and daughter Doris drove to St. .Paul Saturday and . heard f resident Hoover speak. Mr. Hutton Is postmaster and Miss Hutton is horn from Washington, D. C. She dime to attend the funeral of Joe Jcnks, who was a partner of her father. Sb G will return to Washington Saturday. 1'nrl.v Honors Vlslfliif? Olrls— Georgia Cnrme.an entertained Evelyn Glasner, of Sanborn, Clare Kluml), of Hawartten, and Opal iand Helen O'Hurn, of Barnum, over the week-end. Saturday evening she entertained at bridge, and Frances Berens and Harold Pohlman won high scores. Miss Carmean teachers In tho local high school and Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Carmean. Doctor Dovlno Moves Office— Dr. .T, A, Devine moved his office Friday evening into the former bank building which he purchased from A. ,T. 'Berens, of Chicago, for $2500 last spring. Viggo Chrlsten- sen redecorated the interior of the building. Dr. Weber moved hla office into the one vacated by Dr. Devino over the Carmean drug store. I-cglon Aiixlllury Unit Meets— The Legion Auxiliary met with tertalned at four tables of 500 Sunday evening at their home. Mr«. Joe Recker and Joe -Elsbecker won the priv.es. Alfa Coyne entertained her club Tuesday evening and Betty Sheridan won high score.' "Cootie" was played. The Marlon Johnsons, of Mason City, spent the week-end here with her mother, Mrs. Peter Becker. Coach Harold Po'hlman spent the week-end In Melvin with his parents. MRS, WOLF, WESLEY, DIES NOVEMBERS Wesley, Nov. 8—Mrs. Frank Wolf, nard Erdmah; Rose Parker, a friend of June, Margaret Looft; Reginald Dabney, English lord, Donald Kraus; Peggy Sampson, neighbor girl, Cecelia Eisenbacher. Pastor's Foot Is Injured— The Rev. Mr. Bernsten, Congregational pastor at Britt, Wesley, and the Upper Flat, Injured' hie foot while chopping wood a week ago wife of a prominent farmer south- Saturday, and was unable to fill the of Wesley, died ,at her 'home at Pulpit here Sunday. He 'preached at Sandwiches, cake and home was served; • made In the third quarter 20-18. last quarter 'the freshmen In the scored inters Bqslness College^-, 311a Ewoldt left last week Friday • Mankato to enter .the Commer- lal college for a business course, i has been assistant, office girl last two summers at the ice leream factory at'Algona. . : . • / ' "- khool Plans Basket Social— A basket social will be held at the •eemvood township school No. 3 ay. Naomi Wegener is 'teacher. i school is three and a 'half miles lorth and a mile east of Lone lojr for Frank Dletthoffs— Word was received last week of he birth of a boy • to Mr. and Mrs. ank Dietthoff, .Hampshire, 111. Diethoff was formerly Yorthington. Lillian {Bancroft Meets Local Team— One of the first conference bas- lltetball games of 'the season will be (played with Bancroft here'Novem- Iber IS. Both boys and girls will Are Charlvarlcd— Groups of young folks oharivarled |Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Angus, at the IE. T. Angus home last week Tues|day and Wednesday evenings; . S. Paper Issued— |Ttie first edition fo the Plcketeer News Bulletin, Issued by the junior ||jgh, was printed last week Wednes- ' • >•• .• , Other Lone Bock. Mr. and Mrs. ; Will Leeper, and I Mr, and Mrs. Harry Rahn had as J Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Mike I Pilaczynski, Mn and Mrs. Andrew [Shumski, Mr. and Mrs. John Barker, I Mr. and Mrs, Roy iRuss, Mr. and [Mrs. Roy Godden and family, all of [Fairmont, Minn., the Bert Goddens, [Burt, the Bernard Leepers, and the | Glen Leepers, Lone Rock. society met with Mrs. E, II. .in, Mrs. Ethel Benjamin as as- [sbtujg hostess, last Thursday after- loon,.}' Mrs, ' H, 'A. Henningsen, Gra ?ttlnger, sister of Mrs. B. M. Jensen, anfl.Mrs, fcouls Elbert, of Ei wn.etsb,urg, 'were guests. The next *""wng will be-held with Mrs. Glen three field goals to the sophomores two free throws, thus winning 24-22. Mtea Reece refereed the girls' games, and Mr. Granner the boys'. Rev. F. 0. Johnson 111— The Rev. 'F. O. Johnson was unable to take his usual place in the pulpit Sunday because of illness. Mrs. Johnson and four young people from Lakota conducted the services. They took as their topic, The Manhood of the Master. Beth Hamquist spoke on, His Joy fulness; Dorothy Clemans on, His Endurance; Lorraine Smitih, His Prayers; and Emory Smith, His Standards of Value. Attend AM at Lakota— Mrs. F. O. Johnson, of Lakota, entertained the Methodist Aid at her home last Thursday. Those going from here were Mesdumes Welmer, Moulton, Thompson, Warner, Burrows, .Mayer, Pingle, Halvorson, Link, Howard and Joe Mayne. After school Mrs. Barrett, Misses Jones, Granner, Kitley, Randall, and Nolan, went over for lunch. Aid Holds Scries of Teas— The Methodist Aid is having .a series of teas. Each aid member entertains four guests, one of whom is an Aid member who gives the next tea. Mrs. Howard Mayne held the first, realizing $1.75. Mrs. N. A. Pingle held her tea Friday afternoon, entertaining Mesdames Welmer, Tillmoney, Dyer, and Carpenter. Mrs. Swalve's Mother 76— ' F 'oy Jones'and Juanlta Dunn pent the" week-end at Otho, visiting Miss Dunn'a friend, Nalvle Hansen. | other teachers who were gone over I «J? week-end wer« Harriet Fish, IWhittemore','. ^yelyn Behrmann, Bancroft, and Ruth Cross, Curlew. { Elizabeth Jensen, who (has been ™ting her piece, Mrs. B. M. Jensen, left Saturday for Esthervllle w a visit. From-there 'she will go to Detroit and on to Gait. Canada, Vleitirig friends. Mrs, 'John Sprank, daughter [Mien, an d Marietta, Christenson to Mankato Sunday to see i Sprank, who Is a patient at hospital, Mr. and Mrs. J, The Otto Swalves went to Buffalo Center last week Wednesday to attend a birthday party in honor of Mrs. Swalve's inother, Mrs. Sleper, who celebrated her 7Gth birthday. Other Icdyard News. Supt. and Mrs. A; B. Lauritzen, son Jerry and his sister, from 'Ringsted, left for Des Molnes last week Wednesday, the former to attend the state teachers' meeting. They returned Sunday. The Wm. Oarrys were called to Rochester Saturday by the death of Mr Garry's uncle. They returned Tuesday. .Mrs. Charles Gable cared for the two younger children during their absence. The Bridge club held a Halloween party in the vacant house on Tice Brack's farm last week Monday night. The men of the club were hosts. ,. Leon Worden, D. A. Carpenter, Tice Brack, and Ralph Olson attended a republican rally at Swea City last week Monday night, Harold Granner spent the weekend at Renwick; Genevieve Kitley, at Hardy; Ruth Jones and Adelaide Randall, at Llvermore. Mr and Mrs. Odis Engum, Bricelyn eon Leo, and the Otis Mid- tunes, of Elmore, spent Sunday at Ed T. Halvorson's. •Janice Williams, of Van Meter, came here from State, teachers meeting and spent the week-end at L. W. Weimer's. Clifford Jenks, V. A. Barrett, L. W. Welmer, and Lou Nltz were fteh- ing and hunting at Lake Okoboji Sunday. Mrs. Bridget Quinn Thursday even- Ing. Her daughters, Margaret and Julia, were assistant hostesses. The next meeting will be the first Tuesday in December and Mrs. Helinsky, Mrs. Paul Grames, and Mrs. 'William Connelly will entertain. Sou Visits Sick Mother— Dr. Ed Nemmers, of Chicago, spent Sunday and Monday here with 'his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Matt Nemmers. Mrs. Nemmers hae been ill for over a year and Is confined to her bed most of the time now. Son lor Ed Meyers Family--•Friends received word here of .the arrival of. a eon at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Ed Meyers, of. Dubuque. Mrs. Meyers was Barbara Boyer before her marriage. Two Daughters Are Born— Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Anderson have a daughter born last week Monday, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goche have a daughter born November 4. Mrs. Frank Coyne Hostess— Mrs. 'Frank Coyne entertained at two tables of bridge Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Raymond Wilhelmi won high and Mrs. Joe Wilhelmi won low prize. Fire at, Wilbur Fox Home— The fire department was called to .the home of Mrs. Wilbur 'Fox, last Thursday morning. -Not much dam- was done. Other Bancroft News* Mr. and Mrs. Jake Wolf, sons Raymond and Frank, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Quinn attended the funeral of Mrs. AVolf's sister, Mrs. Frank Wolf, at Wesley Monday morning. Mrs. Wolf died Saturday morning after several months' Illness. . Mary Merrill, R.. N., came home Sunday from Carroll, where ehe has 'been employed the past two months, and will visit her folks here. Olga Elsbecker, R. N., of Carroll, came home Wednesday and will visit her folks, the Louis Elsbeckers. ' •Mr. and Mrs. John 1 *" Schlltz, two daughters and a son, of Des Moines, spent Saturday and Sunday here with his mother, Mrs. M. L. Schiltz. Mr. Schiltz Js connected with the Cownie Fur Co, In Des Molnes, Dr. Karl Hoffman and Dr. R. E. Weber attended a football game at Llvermore Thursday afternoon. The Algona academy played Llvermore high and the game ended 7-7. Mrs. Lee Klocke and three children, of Hollandale, Minn., came Saturday to visit at ON. J. Merrill's. Mrs. Klocke was Leone Merrill before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Droessler en- DEMOCRATIC RALLYS DRAW LARGE CROWDS Two largely attended democratic political rallies were held at the courthouse last week. Mrs. Thornton Brown, of Missouri, spoke Wednesday night. County Chairman C. B. Murtagh presided. The courtroom was packed, and Mrs. Brown had to speak from the Judges' dale. The audience consisted of aome 100 men and the same number of. women. Mrs. Brown gave what was considered an excellent address. The other rally took place. Friday night, Wen T. E. Diamond, lawyer at Sheldon spoke. The house was again packed, and not all who wanted to hear the program could get in. Mr.. Diamond Is an old friend of L. E. Llnnan, who was reared in the same section of the state, and Mr. Murtagh had Mr. Linnan preside. Before the main talk Mr. Linnan gave an able exposition of the democratic cause. Mr. Diamond's address has been highly praised. Four Corners The Mothers & Daughters club met last Thursday with Mrs. Verla Lowman, and roll call was answered with famous men of the World war. The song for the day was Keep the Home Fires Burning. Recitations were given by -Delia Mae Wltham and Harriet Frances Vlnlng. A quiz game was. conducted toy Mildred Robinson,'and a whistling solo "was given by Elsie''Lindeman. A straw west 0 o'clock Friday evening. Funeral services were held at St. Joseph church at 9 o'clock Monday morn- Ing, and toural was made In St. Joseph cemetery. Requiem 'high mass was sung by the pastor, the Rev. George F. Wessllng. Mrs. Wolf had been sick five, years, with rheumatism and arthitis. She was a member of the Christian Mothers' society, the Catholic Daughters of America, the Royal Neighbors, and the American Legion Auxiliary, being a Gold Star mother. Barbara Anna, daughter of Anton and Frances Lorenz, was born at Mount Palatine, 111., June 2, 1871. She Was married to Mr. Wolf at Mount Palatine January 7, 1890, and the couple came to Wesley "February 22, 1900. She is survived by her husband and 10 children: Henry, Corwlth; Adam and Julius, Waubun, Minn.; Mrs. Esther Mayer, St. Benedict; Louis, Otto, Laura, Leander, Hertula, and Harold, at home; and by, three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Matern, Wesley; Mrs. J. C.Wolf, Bancroft; Mrs. Anna Matern, Odell, 111. A daughter, Frances, died at 1'8, and a son, Cornelius, in the navy, died In the service during the World war, exactly three months after Joining. M'liWtemoro Teams Busy— The seniors received their class rings Monday. They are sterling silver shank, with gold crest. Basketball practice will begin this week Tuesday. The boys will open the season at 'Swea City November 22. S. C. Was last year's county champion. The boys and girls will play Presentation academy, Whlttemore, November 29. 'Fifteen experienced men.are out for practice, most of them letter men. Robert Lawson, the new forward, shows considerable ability. Other forwards are Erdman, Wlngert, and McCall. Centers, Kraus, 'Nelson, Kunz, J. Ormsby. Guards, Elsenbacher, .Franzen, Kent, Slemer, Froellch, Hauptman, Richter: Teachers Will Present Play- vote on president was taken, Roosevelt received 20 votes to and ten Britt in the morning, and Mr, Jensen, the missionary, spoke at 'the Upper Flat in the evening. Mr. Bernston Is recovering, and expects to fill all his appointments after this.. Surprise for Mrs. Imrseii— Mrs. Lena Laraen'« children surprised her Saturday evening in honor of her birthday. Those present, besides Leonard and Arthur, were the 'Frank 'Johnson and Axel Carlson families. The Elmer Johnsons could not attend, because of sickness among the children. Fifteen persons attended. Lunch was served, and the evening spent In visit- Ing. Missionary Gives Talk— C. iF. Jensen, Minneapolis, formerly missionary to China, but now retired, preached at the Congregational church Sunday morning. His subject was The Vine and the Branches, but he drew many of his illustrations from his fund-of firsthand information regarding China. To Fill Forest City Pulpit— Marion Paulson expects to be called upon to fill the Congregational pulpit at Forest City each Sunday morning, beginning In a week or two. This church is without a pastor, and Mr. Paulson will act as a supply. He is experienced In similar work. child of the Howard Hansens, at Clear Lake Sunday. The Raymond Hansens visited their cousins, the Amos Bonackers, at Titonka, Among Wesley persons who went to hear the Rust college singers at Algona Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Fisher, Supt. and' Mrs. Swanson, and Miss McPherson. Mrs. Clement, Titonka, visited Mlsa McPherson from last week Tuesday evening to Thursday morning. -She went from here to Charles City for medical treatment. The Methodist Aid held a business meeting at the church last Thursday afternoon. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Bertha Looft. Tho 'Rev. and Mrs. McNulty will attend a sub-district group meeting at Good Hope this week Tuesday. | -• The George Aldrlches and Arlo Dawsons attended the ball game at Algona Sunday. BALLOTS DISTRIBUTED TO 36 PRECINCTS LAST WEEK Ballots were delivered to Ko*» suth's 36 voting precincts last 'i '••i except the four wards in Aigon*. where delivery was made Monday* Ballots must always 'be left before- 1 hand with one of the electoln judges in each precinct. The 'ballots and other supplies are sealed by the county auditor, and the seals cannot be broken till the judges and clerks assemble on election day. Ballots Itt precincts north of Algona were delivered by Auditor Bertha E. Johnson last Thursday, "Friday, and Saturday, and ballots for the south en* of the county -were delivered by Su* pervisor F. J, Balgeman, Whltte- more, In the south tiers of townships. Editor's Ford Home. Halloween pranksters stole the W. C. Dewel Ford Monday night and left It at the former Corey goat farm vest of the Blackford bridge, where Marshals Green and Van Alstlne :ound it and brought It to town. Mrs. Dewel is looking for the officers with a club. for Hoover. The next meeting will be held at Mrs. Pearl Potter's November 17. The P. T. A. of the Union No. 7 school met at Fred Plumb's a week ago Friday. After a business meeting there were Halloween stunts and games. Attending: the John Sabln, Edward Rich, William Drayton, Arthur Crulkshank, and Walter Gel* lenfelt, Mrs. Noble Mitchell, sons Wlllard and Willis, Laura'Mitchell;* Algona, and Vincent Wilson, Whlt- temore. The next meeting will be at Edward Rich's the Friday before Thanksgiving. Carol Mitchell, who was confined to bed a few days, le In school again. He had an infected gland under the right arm which had to be lanced". It was a painful affliction. Mrs. Elsie Lindeman, Dakotab City, was a guest of Mrs. Roy Low-: man last Thursday. Evelyn Nickerson spent several days last week with the Louis Lowmans. . -•• Relatives of the John Sablns surprised them Friday evening in honor of their 19th wedding anniversary. The guests took lunch baskets. The evening was spent at 500 and other games. Attending: the William Rich, William Drayton, Edward Rich, and Archie Walker families, Mr, and Mrs. John Rich, Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Holdren, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Broesder, ,Mre. Edith Rich, Earl Rich, and Vincent Wilson. Families from this' neighborhood attended a Negro musicale at the Good Hope church 'last week Tuesday evening. The. play by the" public school teachers will .be' given 1 Tuesday,-November 15. The title is Polishing Papa, and it is a comedy in three acts. The cast follows: Mrs. 'Stevens, housekeeper, Helen Reimer; Sydney Smith, sausage manufacturer, Mr. Swaneon; Samuel Karmen, advertising solicitor, Arthur Smith, son. Edwin Julius Klooz; Kunz; June Smith, daughter, Irma McGee; Dick Bralnerd, young attorney, Ber- Stmly Clnl) Meets Today- The Study club will meet with Mrs. A. M. Lease this week Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Alfred Erdman will lead the lesson on Jane Addams member will name American woman. a prominent Bible Class Meets Tomorrow— • The Hutchlns Bible class of women, of which Mrs. Marion Paulson, Wesley, Is leader, will meet this week (Friday afternoon, 1 and expects to complete the book tlons. of Revela- Senlors Hare Pictures. Taken— The seniors went to Algona' Thursday, and had their pictures taken at the Art Studio. They were then entertained at the theater, and saw- Movie Crazy, 'by Harpld -Lloyd. Other Wesley News. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansen, accom panted by the family of their daughter, Mrs. Gordon C. Glddings, visited the Hansons' new granddaughter, Drunk Committed. Fred Baumgartner was taken to Cherokee Saturday by Sheriff Ho* vey and he was committed -to the state hospital. Some months ago h* was charged by .local police with. lewdness, and last week he WML charged with driving while intoxicated. The county Insanity board.' adjudged him an Inebriate. NO ASHES IN THIS FUEL! We have just received a car of nice fresh COKE Order a ton now and convince yourself of the splendid service this coke will give, at the lowest price In .years.; " L • • •••••• ,••-• •• . ".'" '- ''•" ••' '..- • . • .... . - . • •••••- iji Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 JIM POOL, Mgr. Typewriter Ribbons at the Advance More for Your Money at Grahams The savings are real —right now when your needs are the greatest you will find unequalled opportunities to save. NOW is the time to BUY WANT ADS PAY Rough Crepes 40 inches QQW wide 9OU The season's. most wanted fabric for the new dresses. . waded Blanchard at- an Eastern Star Halloween at Burt Jaet' week Tuesday evening. Wayne Tyler, grandchild of the «• A. Sharps, 'eteppeA on a nail ° u «<lay, causing an 'infection.' He not able t<» attend school Mon, ^ M V. and Mre.' H. 1!, Morgan and """her, Mvs.^1.. Clark, Ailgona, > Sunday guepte of Mrs. Morsans daughter. Mre. TV. J. Cotton. Mrs, Jeseie Qtebrtt?, her daughter *"hryn, and Mrs, g. M. Hawks visited Mrs. 'Hawk's sister, Mrs. S ry Wa raer. Fwton, Sunday. and her About 25 relatives surprised Mrs. Albert West last Thursday in honor of her birthday. • She received many gl Mrs L W, Welmer, «on 'Bill, Mrs. TiUmoney'. and Janice Williams were in Algona Saturday evening. George Moulton, D. B. Mayer and Mr. Barslou were fishing at Silver [ S. meets Friday In the church with a covered dish luncheon. . The R J' Womacks, of spent Sunday afternoon at Tlce H,' J, Rice left Mon- Hanipi on , Yfhere, Mrs- Wee w U h W •WW- Edith Ho*le. Rice return,^ th 9 w» e day, will, be ^ ?F eacWng aer- tlw .iocfti <*W<* Sunday- school yitt «Urf »t 10:30,too£ n .^ r *. and Mrs. Aj 7. -JJojckardt and «r. and son day- BenwlcK COMMENTS ON. Jimmie Neville [By the late Geo. H. Free.] • Some folks say that Jimmie Neville Is first cousin to the devil, Mebby so, but let us give the cuss his dues, iFor he knows more tricks In leather Than the whole town put together, And he's got his cousin beat at fitting shoes, I will own, he's sometimes cranky, But who ever knew a Yankee With good Irisli blood a-runnin' through his veins • N But at times would show the metal • , Of a rat-trap or a kettle, . ' And you know that mettle goes along with brains, If you've got a corn or bunion That is Itchy as an onion, Or the rheumatiz—the rich folks call it gout- Just drop in on .Irish Jimmie And you'll laugh until you ehimmy At the way your feet will feel when you come out, Limpln' to his store this morning With ten corns my toes adorning, I says to him ."Neville, for the love of Pete, Ain't yougot a slipper, Jimmie, Somethin' easy you can gimme 3o that I can live with these here aching feet?" •.When he'd sized 'em up, "O thunder!" Jimmie says, "It ain't no wonder That yer foundered, John, and cross and got the blues, Here you are a-wearln' sevens When you'd ort to have elevens— •Taint your feet at all that's hurtln', it's yer shoes." Then a model he selected Bigger .than I had expected— ' Oversize, he called 'em—trifn and neat, And I tell you, on th« level, I arti strong for Jimmie Neville, For lie's sure a friend to me with aching (eet. . « , "O Jim is all right," says.I, "but toe always makes me think of a Ford car, you can't slow the Warned cues down." "Yes," says John, "and lik« a iFord, he Is always ready to takq a drink and he baa got so much brass about him, and toe always finishes what he starts out to do, whether it is raisin' aMWfi* and ho^s, cryln' sales, or selling shoe?. Sometimes he remind^ me of a Buick, though. You 'know they 'have, got a. valve in their bead and it 'keeps workln' all the time." MORK FOR YOUR MONEY Special Feature Dimple Cloth Rayon undergarment < A new underwear fabric. Silk Hose Service or chiffon i_ 2 pair for $1.00 Every pair perfect 'quality. Outing Flannels SALAD BOWLS 25c Women's Outing Flannel AQf* Gowns '_ 151C Another real value that you will want to share in this event. Women's Outing Pajanma Boys' Outing Pajamas 98c 79c ,,„ Part-Wool Blankets 72x84 inches Superior quality that has soft nap and finish. Clear fast colors. $2.98 10c This will be your opportunity to save on these outings you have been planning ' to buy: Dark patterns, 36-in. wide. Fast Color Prints 14c MORE FOR . YOUR MONEY Special Saturday, 9 o'clock Three Pound "Stitched" Cotton Batts 47c Boys' Unions _49c Women's Fleeced Unions Child's Waist Unions Child's School Hose, lOc MORE FOR YOUR MONEY A big value Part wool Sheet Blanket Tt»*U.U $1.00 Fancy plaid 72x84 inches, ' "Mayfair" Sanitary Napkins Eiglit in .. 4 A** a bos I MV Fuji size, soft cellulose sterilized gauze. Round corners! 69c 49c Men's Union Suits Part wool QQft or fleeced wO V Copper Work Boilers $2.49 Heavy Suede Cloth Blazers for men $1.69 Double woven nap on both sides — warm and durable. Bed Spreads Fancy ' rayon___ A regular $3.00 value, priced special in this event. Sheer chiffon .Silk Stockings 89c Excellent quality dual sheer silk. Cradle foot, French heel, 6 new shades, Men's Fancy Sox lOc 49c The season's smartest Cotton Crepes__ You'll be surprised to «find such excellent quality and beautiful patterns in crepes at this low price. Boys' Wool Suits 98c MORE FOR YOUR MONEY Special Saturday, .9 O'clock Wash Frocks Steven's P Crash Five , yards _I__ Beautiful finish, colored borders, cellophane wrapped. MORE FOR YOUR MONEY Special Feature Men's Part Wool Sox IQc Men's Pajamas 98c Misses' Sport Gloves Special Offering __ J quality imported gloves in bright colors! l?nit Part wool Blankets Fancy plaids 70x80 in. Men's flannel Shirts are values at Rayon Stockings 17c ~ La-Plaz Cream* 'Are classed among the best face creams throughout the country for its high, quality and popular prices. 16 ounce jara $ ounce Jars 1.98 79c Turkish Towels Double Thread 4 C^ Large size I 9|? Another real value that you will want to share in during this event. Ruffle Curtains 39c MORE FOR YOUR MONK Underwear values Men's Bibbed Uuiona 49c 49c 29c ^^* * ^^Hf ^W ^^P 1(8? WHB^^flff Women's Slip-on Imported, §l|n-ons, last word i' prices that %re » t ;••! ! II r , w •>"• , l:i (!•' '$' P * l\,? '4 & * j*' P g'* 1 P fe'; b Cis^i'ki'

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