The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1942 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 30, 1942
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The Algoim Upper Deft Moinee > A^ona, Iowa, June 30, TWO HOME NURSE CLASSES FINISH IWNE COURSE ,' (LuVerne,: Two classes in Red ' Cross home nursing have completed their work arid earned their certificates under the Instruction of Mrs. R. L. Corblh. The women are Mesdames S. R. Baker, Roy Brayton, D. t>. Brandt Wm. BIgglitg, John Brink, Edw. Dehnert, Walter En'gel, Albert Genrloh. DeRae Godfrey, Albert Hettl, Walter Heftl,. F. H, Hintz, I. W. Hof, Harold Kersteln, H. H. Llchty, Wm.,Moed^ Ing, Henry Pergande, R. H. Phll- lls, Arthur Ramus, John Ramtis, Percy Schlchtl,. Hugh Shirk, Harold Sorensen, Lloyd Smith, John Stamp* ka, Vernon S-tribleyj George Tlede, Helen: Tlede Helen Trauger, John Voss, Jr., K. A. Whitney, L. Wtt- terifcurg, Chas. Wolf, Milton Worby, Ray Stone and Mrs. Richard Wegner. In appreciation of her work the members of the class presented their instructor with a war bond. OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS AT BIRTHDAY CLUB MEETING The Birthday club entertained several out-of-town guests at a seven o'clock dinner .at the Harold Sorensen; home Thursday evening. The ladles so honored were Mrs. Matort DeWitt and Mrs. Clara Rhlnan, West Bend, • Mrs. Cecil Wermerson, Port Dodge and Mrs. Cecil Williams, Algond. Following the 1 dinner, 'bridge was played at four tables with the guests receiving prizes. Mrs. S. R. 'Baker played high score and Mrs. Harry Lichty second high. - ' ' tfORTY ATTENDED SHOWER FOR MRS. WAYNE SANFORD Some forty women attended the shower given for Mrs. Wayne Sanford at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baumgartner on Wednesday afternoon and the bride received a large number-of fine gifts for her future"~home. The^ guests wore neighbors, members ''of the Sunday School class of which Mrs. Sanford is a member and women of the Presbyteran Ladies' Aid. Several games were played and Betty Wolf and Thelmia Baumgartner played a piano duet. A son was torn to Mr. and Mrs. Avln Weber on Tuesday, June 23. Darlene and Patsy Godfrey spent last week with their grandmother, Mrs. W. F. Godfrey. Miss Gunda Egertson, Ames, has 'been a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. A. Nelson. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid is hav- Iny a picnic at the LuVerne Park on Thursday afternoon, July 2. Mrs. Nellie Gregory was 86 years old last week Tuesday and a large number of her friends presented her with a card shower. The Presbyteran Ladles' Association is meeting this Wednesday afternoon- With Mrs. Wm..Ramus with Mrs. Lewis Wildin assistant hostess. . JSlva Hintz, R. N,, is at, home for a vacation with her parents, Mr. aftd Urn. F. H. Hintz. she has bden nursing at a Waterloo hospital, Mr". And MM. 3. L. Llchty and Miss Myrtle Jordan were at Burt Thursday afternoon to attend the funeral services for Mrs. Maude HAnna, Mrs. . Josehlne sanford, Ellsworth, Is visiting her children, Frank and Archie Sanford, and Mrs. J. E. Lindebak and their families. 1 Mrs. B. A. Schroeder, Cedar Falls, came kjuit week for a visit with her daughter, MrS. Rky Stone and family. The Stones went to Cedar Falls to get her. Mrs. Harold Trauger and her Infant son, David Lee, came home from the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodg£ (Friday. Mrs. Trauger Is the former Thelma Hof. Andrew Hanson, Franksvllle, Wisconsin, arrived' Ias*t Wednesday to join his wife who came a week ago In a visit with the Wm. Ramus and Arthur Krause families. Walter Heftl accompanied his brother, Wm. Heftl, on a fishing trip to northern Minnesota last week. Mr. and Mrs.; I. W, Hof left last week Tuesday on a similar trip. iLoren Cook, West Des Molnos, is spending his vacation at the home of'hls grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hanselman. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cook were recent visitors here. Russell Stoddard is at home for a few weeks. He was in the navy for several months but received an honorable discharge for physical dis- abUMtjy over a month agoi, He plans to go back to the west soon as the clirtiate agrees with him better there. ' ' Missionaries From- India Enroute to Buffalo Center Home Swea City: Many persons here who are acquainted with Jenny Siemens Cook, sister of the Rev. G. R. and the Rev. John Siemens, former pastors here, will be interested to learn that. she and • her children are en route to United States from their home in Assam, India. The Rev. and Mrs. Cook are missionaries. He is remaining on the mission veld, but Mrs. Cook arid the children are coming home 'because of the war situation in India. She is a former; Buffalo Center girl. Accompanying her on the voyage home is Mary Parrish, another 'Baptist missionary from Iowa who has been stationed ;n Burma. She also is ^ known here, having addressed meetings in the Baptist church on a number of occasions. ' - • ,/ Major Fairbanks, Tampa, Florida, to Idaho Army Camp Burt: Major and Mrs. L. J. Fairbanks and family, formerly of Tampa, Fla., arrived in Burt last Wednesday night. Major Fairbanks Is being transferred to Idaho and stopped here for a visit with his mother, Mrs. G. U. -Fairbanks, and other relatives. , . Display the Flag We,have a complete assortment of flags jn aU sizes from tiny table flags to: the 3'x$' sizes^ome on staffs and others 1 without. AH prices, Be sure'to display the flag on the Fourth,, / SEE US FOR Picnic Supplies Ice Cream Camer&s Film* And Attend the Fourth, of July Celebration • : in AJgona, July 4 and 5 , Our rtore will tap tfoW4 from }:OQ $» 0:00 p, m, SfttqHay sfter- Stprc win be open m$U «;ft» p. jn, Ritey f wntaf, S V V A ««M I "" • M j§ ^^W ^^W^V^^» JF ^i^W TJUpym T^F^FPlWB • i W"; " ' ' - FIRST AID CLASS IN SWEA CITY OFF TO A GOOD START \8vte& City: The newly-organized flret aid class got off to a good start last Monday night With 2(! present to begin Instruction under Delia Frankl of Algona. Members of the flre company made up the majority of thte group, the remaining places In the class 'being given to school teachers and other women in the community who were especially Interested. The class will meet every Monday and Thursday evening from 7:30 to 9:30, covering twenty lessons in a period of five weeks. A one- hour examination will then be given and those Who pass will receive a three-year certificate In first aid. Monday night's demonstrations included artificial respiration and the use of the tourniquet. • Those who enrolled Monday night were: Mayor A. J. Christenscn, Fire Marshal L. J. Haglund, Fire Chief Geo. K. Nelson, ,Vernon Ew- Ing, Myron Johnson, Bruce Eckhart, Virgil Blomster, J. E. Vaux, R. E. Berg, Jay Larson, Wm, Guyer, Julius Igebrltson, E. L. Hansen, Ruth Anderson, Grace Roba, Lucille Leland, 'Esther Smith, Irene McVlck- ers, Mrs. Anna Larson, Mrs. Wm. Barker, Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson, Irene Lundquist, MrS. Wm. Thompson, Mrs. Richard Krumm, all of Swea City, and Mrs. P. A. Hemphill, cf Algona. A few more who registered will begin work later, as they were unable to be present on Monday evening. LIGHT COMPANY MAKING DISTRIBUTION CHANGES An Interstate Power company construction crew was here last week making certain, changes in the distribution system. A new transformer was put in near the Forest City produce company plant to takp care of increased power demands at the plant.' Overhead wiring from the creamery to the Linde Implement company building was changed and put on higher poles. WASHINGTON RELATIVES VISITING IN V SWEA CITY Mrs.-Howard Starr ahd her son, John, and Helen and Rollo Wai- strand all of Seattle, Washington, are visiting fr lends and relatives here. Mrs. Starr is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A, Anderson of Anderson Oaks and Helen and Rollo Walatrand are niece and nephew of Mrs. Anna Larson, Myron Johnson and Mrs. Oscar Berggren. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Porter returned last week from two weeks' visit In Wisconsin. Miss Jean Cruise of Brltt Is clerking at the Blomster drug store. Miss Cruise Is a sister of Mrs. Vernon Ewlng. •• Miss Evelyn Anderson,, daughter of the Olaf Andersons of Paxton, 111., • is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Andrew Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schiefer, all of Buffalo Center, were Sunday guests at the John Alberts home. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Anderson, Raymond and Bertha Gardner and George Wohnke of Bancroft returned last week from a fishing trip to Brainerd and Walker, Minn. Relatives here have received word that Mrs. D. A. Link of Thompson is improving nicely following an operation in the hospital at Savannah, Mo. The Links are former residents here. •Esther Smith spent the week end visiting friends at Corwith, where she has taught for the'past seven years. She will not return- to Corwith in the fall, having accepted a contract to teach vocal music and English at Radcllffe. The Raymond Johnson family has been attending a number of social gatherings in the East Chain neighborhood recently in connection with farewells for Mr. Johnson's brother, Vic, who left last Saturday to take a position at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. A number of persons from here are planning to go to Buffalo Center* this TJnursdjay 1 aiflterrWon to attend the guest day program of the Congregational Ladies' Aid of that place. The afternoon's program will consist of a vocal and piano recital by Florence Alberts and Esther Smith, both of Swea City. John L. Campbell and grandj- daughter, Geraldine Hucman were at Estherville a week ago Monday attending the funeral of B. F. Hayden, the father-in-law of Mr. Campbell's son, Guy. Mr. Hayden was a former resident of Kossuth county, having lived for many years at Bancroft. A number from that place attended the funeral sevices. Burial was in the family lot in the Bancroft cemetery. FORWARDS MET WITH FRANKS, FENTON, FRIDAY <Fenton: The Fenton Forward met Friday afternoon with Bur bara and Phyllis Frank. The ro call was "How Much Milk Do Drink a Day." During the busines meeting the club contributed to th Ella Gardener Memorial fun< This money is used for a deservln girl to finish 1 her college work H Iowa State college. • . The local health Contest' will b on June 30 and July 1. -The clu wrote a. letter to Mrs. Wifl We'is brod. The following program wa given: "Walk r , Stand and Sit Cor rectly," Barbara Frank; "Courtes Pays : Dividends," Phyllis Frank "Poetry", Phyllis Gade; conventio report, Phyllis Gade. The meetin was. closed by singing and listen, ing to former 4-H recordings. . lunch was served. XHJT-OF.STATE RELATIVES ATTEND MIENKE FUNERAT, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mienke an Mr., and Mrs. Bill Gunder and daughter, .Darlene of Butte, Mon tana, Bernard Mienke of Cam; Shelby, Miss.,, all came to attem the funeral servcles for their fath •er, ( Henry Mienke, held Sunday afternoon at the Methodist churc! here. • Other friends and relative attending were Mrs. Tena Schende and -two sons of Cylinder, Mr. am Mrs. Clarence Kohlstedt and daugh ter -of Ayrshire, Mr. and Mrs. Per ry Lowmarr and two girls of Sex ton, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowman of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Harlej Braddock and daughter of Ban croft, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Laab an$ ,son of .Curlew, Mm. Carrie Haase and Mynne, Mrs. Clifford Haase and Lee and Mr. and Mrs Harry Phillips of Algona . HUSKAMPS AND EIGLERS ATTEND ST. LOtIS FUNERAL Mr, and Mrs, E. A. Huskamp am Mr. and Mrs, Perwood Eigler and son, John, returned home Tuesday night from an 8-day trip, They wen called to St. Louis .by the death' o: Mrs. Huskamp's brother, Lloyd Bppf. On their return home, they visited with the Vernon Perfects at Chicago and made the acquaintance of Lynn Bertha. They also visited" the J, M, Seglins at Hammond, Ind. Mre. Perfect is the former Bert Huskamp and Mrs Segin .the former Vivian Huskamp Helen Kern, a nurse in the Methodist hospital at Des Moines visited recently at the parental Carl-Kern home. ' ' •' -- - mmm s '"j • • - BYLARCrEFEEDCO, Tvsto *wr4 wprWngr jnjen with right qualifications are wanted pferm,anei»(; worte by one ft Wg feed ppmpanles, No ln- t fifcfteeary. Farpj e^ perienca gpirajjg. Mutt have oajr, be ?8 to » years of age. ?W work. 'For personal Inte^ S)WVd y^ur name and a*d T ojresj Mrs. J. A. Mueller and Virginia Ruth returned home Wednesday after a ten day visit with relatives at Reinbeck. Dr. J. T. Waite and Walter Wog- ener came home Friday from Prairie du Chien, Wis., where they had gone on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ostrom and Robert of Duluth, Minn., visited a few days last --week at the George Jorgenson home. The W. S. C. S. will meet Thursday, July 2nd., in the church parlors. Hostesses will be Mesdames E. C. Weisbrod, Arlo Ranney, O. J. Ramiey, J. A. Schwartz, Tena Newel and "J. G. Waterman. -Mr., and Mrs. H. H. Dreyer re^ turned Wednesday night from Little* Rock, Arkansas, "where they had gone a week ago to visit the Herbrt Rossiters. Mrs. Rossiter, the former Alice Dreyer, accompanied her parents home for an extended Visit. Rolin Geronsin, student nurso at the Allexian Brothers hospital, St. Louis, Mo., and his sister, Helen •who is 'in nurses' training at the Jane Lamb hospital, Clinton, arrived here Wednesday for a short vacation with friends here and with their father in Ringsted. Mrs. Frank Nellis, < Blue Earth, Minn., Buried at Burt JBurt: Funeral services for Mrs. Frank Nellis, who died at her home at Blue Earth, Minn., June 21, were held at the Burt Methodist church Tuesday afternoon. Burial was in the Burt cemetery, ellie Murray was born in Burt township June 4, 1892 the daughter of John and Margaret Murray. On July 9, 1907, she was married to Frank Nellis. To this union nine children were born:. Bennie of Council Bluffs, Roscoe of Blue Earth, Minn., Mrs. John Helmers and Mrs. Dick Helmers, Algona, Mrs. Paul Fiddle, Blue Earth, and (Tames, Robert and Florence at home. She is also survived by three brothers and two Bisters: (Dave Murray, Wayland, Mo., James Murray, Algona, Pete Murray, Waterloo, Mrs, Agnes Nellis, Garnite Falls, Minn., and Mrs. Bert DeLapp, Waterloo. Her mother and a sister, Mrs. Estel Rentz, died only a few months ago. ' LEDYARD SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNICS ON THURSDAY Ledyard: A large crowd attended the Methodist Sunday school picnic, held Thursday afternoon. The program included free skating at the Julius Lynch roller rink in the afternoon and a picnic supper In the evening. Bad weather prohibited an outloor lunch so the church basement was used to serve the picnic lunch. Mrs. J. H. Welfare and Doris visited at the Knute Bonnlckson home in Rlngsted Thursday evening. Mr .and Mrs. George Anderson of Chicago spent the past week visiting Mr. Anderson's mother, Mrs. GILS Anderson. Mrs. Wm. Stube left Friday night for a weeks' vacation in Chicago. She Will visit Dorothy Stubbe, employed in Chicago. Guests at the D. B. Mayer home Wednesday night were Miss Evelyn Chamberlin, Miss Bernice Vickers and Gertrude Wiemer. Mrs. Prank Kelly, Delores Mayne, Mrs. L. D. Mayne, Mrs. Howard Mayne and Edyth Logan were Fairmont callers Wednesday. Gordon Matzener has spent the past week with his mother, Harriet Matzener. Gordon is on furlough from the U. S. Navy. •Elvin Carpenter, Wilson Brack, Clayton Rosenboro, J. H. Welfare and Doris Welfare were at a Ceiling Price meeting at Algona on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Fraces Walsh and three sons have taken temporary residence in Rochester, Minn. Mr. Walsh plaits to work there until school starts in the fall. The W. S. C. S. will meet Thursday afternoon in the Meftihodist church. Mrs. Albert Barnes will be the hostess. Mrs. H. D. Mayrre will lead devotions. Everyone is invited to attend the meeting. Craig Wiemer, Darlene, Karen and Ronald Schrader, Barbara and Peggy Mayer of Ledyard and Jeanne Marion and Carolyn Kay Thompson of Sioux City spent Wednesday afternoon and evening fishing, swimming and picnicking at the Dolliver State Park. The young peojfle were chaperoned by 'Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson. The George Thompsons met the Milton Thompsons (and Duane Thompson of Sioux City at Storm Lake Sunday. The two granddaughters returned to their home at Sioux City after a three weeks' vacation at the home of their grandparents. Mrs. August Sprank accompanied the group to Everly, where she visited a daughter. The Woman's Missionary study group of the Methodist church met Friday evening at the homo of Mrs. Gertrude Wiemer. Mrs. Grote led the devotions, Rev. Grote presented a very interesting missionary lesson based on his personal association with three students, a Korean, an Egyptian and a Fiip)no. Mrs. Mayer lead the discussion on "Growing Parents and Growing Children." "After the meeting a lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bormann and family visited with Mrs. Bormann'a relatives at Earling last week. Mary Jane -Klein is assisting with the household duties at the George Reding home near West Bend. Pvt. Albert Thilges left last Wednesday morning via bus from Fort Dodge for Camp Roberts, Calif. (Pvt. Carl Ernst from Jefferson Baracks, Jefferson, Mo., spent several days here visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wagner and Mrs. John B. Reding spent Wednesday In Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. John Bormann and sons and Harold Bormann spent last Sunday with Mrs. Bbrmann's relatives at Earling. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Thilges and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Butler visited with relatives of Mr, Butler at Webster City Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Weydert are the parents of a girl born on June 19th at the Kossuth hospital. The Weyderts now have a boy and a girl. iBernadine Hibert left Friday for a visit With relatives in South Dakota. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Edward Butler and daughter of Waubay, S. D. Martha Thilges returned to the Nick Hube'rty home near Whittemore the middle of the week after several days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Thilges. Mrs. Ernest Gales returned home Tuesday from a several days visit with relatives at Watkins, Minn. Mrs. Gales accompanied Mrs. Oscar Beckett and sons of Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Butler and daughter, Kathryn from Waubay, S. D., returned to their home Fri- Board Proceeding tt(B&8y^^ Lotts Creek News Mrs. Lydia Wetzel and family spent Tuesday afternoon at Lu- Verne visiting and on business. Sqhuyler Bates of -Lone Rock began the pasf week to build a new aarn on'the farm pf Mr, and Mrs. John Schallin, Mrs, Dick Cameron and son P4ul, trs, Gordon Prlebe and daughter, Virginia .of Pasadena, Calif., and tfrs. Arthur Preyer and ' daughter, Emmilene spent Monday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin. r • Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kollasch and daughter, Catherine Taerest at- the wedging of Mrs. Kol- Jbraltbf r, Edmund. CKBrien of Whlttenwre to Miss Frances Ruriey «?| Jmfeftder there Wednesday moving. They left Tuesday afternoon and returned Wednesday evening, Mr. and. Mrs. Herman MHtag, Auditor's Office Algona, Iowa June 18, 1942 9:00 o'clock A. M. Board of Supervisors met pursuant to adjournment with all members present. ' • Motion by Helken and second by Qulnn that the resignation of B. F. Griffith, Deputy Treasurer be accepted effective July 1st--'Ayes: all. Motion by McDonald and second by Cosgrove that the application for Class "C" beer permit and bond and application for permit to sell cigarettes and bond of U. B. Frankl, Irvington, Iowa, be approved. Ayes: all. Motion by Cosgrove and second by Qulnn that the Semi-annual Report of C. W, Pearson, Treasurer, be approved and that County Auditor be directed to publish same In the official County newspapers. Ayes: all. Motion by Qulnn and second by McDonald that an abatement of $8.01 Interest and penalty be made on 8 75 ft. except the E 50 ft. of Black 9 LuVerne Incorp. for 1940 taxes, reason county property. Ayes: all. 10:00 o'clock A. M. Sealed bids on gas submitted by Standard Oil Co., Mason City, Peerless Oil Co., LuVerne, Iowa, Bancroft Oil Co., Koasuth Oil Co., Algona, and Royal V40Q" Oil Co.. of Fort Dodge were opened and read by the Secretary as directed by J. H. Fraser, Chairman of Board. All bids were duly considered and It was found that the low bid. wan '400" Oil Co. submitted by Royal of Fort Dod mately £0,00 Motion by e., Iowa, on approxi- gallons of gasoline • McDonald and second 'by Quinn that the contract to deliver approximately 80,000 gallons of gasoline to.points in Kossuth county be awarde^ to the Royal "400" Oil Co. of Fort Dpdge, Iowa. Ayes: all. 11:00 o'clock A. M. Sealed bids on five cars of coal submitted by Botsford Lumber Co., F. S. Norton & Son, Raesly Lumber Co.. and-y. v. Naudain Coal Co. were opened and read by the Secretary as directed by Chairman Fraser. , All bids submitted on Iowa, Til Inols and Indiana coal were carefully considered. Motor* by Qulnn and second by Helken that the contract to furnish Kossuth county with five cars of Indiana washed egg coal 6x4 In. be given to F. S. Norton and Son contract price delivered to be $7.03 per ton and delivery of three cars to be made at once. , Ayes: all. Motion by Cosgrove and by McDonald that an abatement of 1464 assessed valuation on the NE% SWA ex. Ry. in Section -88 Township 86 Range 27 Wesley Twp. and that an added assessment of (466 valuation on SBU SW14 ex. «A In SB corner in Section 3? Township 86 Range 27. Wesley Twp. be made and apprqvedi due to error in assess- day after several days visit iit the Nick Thilges home. Mrs. Thltges and Mrs. 'Butler are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Frances Collins of Lfvermore are the parents of a boy born June 26th at the home MM. Collins' mothef, Mrt. George",. Becker here. The Collins have on* < other child,' ft girl. ,Mfs. Be'ckef I* caring for mother and baby. SLIP SALE RAYON CREPE REGULAR 1.49 VALUE TEAROSE OR WHITE SIZES 34 TO 44 LfRRHfl .*9& 'Department Stores s in Ayes: all. lotion by McDonald and secern! wha Mr. and and daughter, and Mrs. Ed .Robert of Fen- Y.,<to visit the MlftftS'a eon,, 19- jjae Monday $ v$nlug. E?y- In «w airplane }e on theJr trJ home of Mr. by Helken that the resoluton filed by th« City Council of Bur*, jp wa , asking /or a reduction in valuation on the Mary I* Clapsaddle property described a« Lot« 1 and -*--*-•- - Murtajrh'* JUdJtJon to r and also property belong & Rena &, Buell. descrfi «. of Lot a Block 5 MV,-™-» ,., dtion to purf Incorp. for the year Mrs. Uncle Sam Says She Will li Feed Her Family Healthful Food 2. Prepare it Economically and Attractively We Have The Largest Stock of ELECTRIC APPLIANCES in Iowa All kinds of Electric Appliances to prepare liealthful, attractive food, and save Mrs. Uncle Sam's precious time for war activities—and we have a Service Dept. to back up every appliance. Mixers Save time 'in preparation of many foods. HAMILTON BEACH MASTERS $ZOiZD S25.50 , Coffee Makers The famous Cory Coffeemak- er a£ well as various percolator models. $2.45 $16.80 WAFFLE IRONS $5.95 Toasters "' A huge assortment in eveity price range to prepare golden slices of "The Staff of Life" $2.95 up Other Appliances HOT PLATES $4.25-$17.95 ELEC. BOASTERS $16.50-$29.95 CORN POPPERS Glass Topped Emerson Electric Fans BOTTLE WARMERS For Baby's Bottles $1.25 Fans are inexpensive to operate and keep the air in constant Circulation. Select'yours while our stock is complete UNIVERSAL WASHER Deluxe Model $94.50 $2.75 $32,50 5 Year Guarantee ANEW APPLIANCE Electric LJSBT FIXTURES Our stock of light fixtures the Ingest in Jowa, See the actual fixtures you buy, to prder frgm pJc T tares." Murtash's Addition to Burt Inoorp. of 19U ha not approved, as chansea Is valuation of r$a' estate property can b«a««Rted only at WS Board can b«a««Rted only at WS Board of Review meeting hs|4 M the *«t

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