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M'Y . 4 •WILBUR DAHEY, ST. BENEDICT, IN PACIFIC BATTLES St. Benedict: Wilbur Dalley of the U. S. Mavy, who had a) 21-day furlough with his parents, left for the west coast last Saturday via Des Molrres. His brother, Vernon, and Dan Froehlloh, Jr., and Arnold iAndorfer accompanied him to Des Moines. He has been in the navy over a year dnd has been on the Pacflc ocean for more than six months. He took part in the Wake Island battle where his ship was torpedoed and has experienced various incidents. Threshing has commenced on • most runs and grain is of a very good quallity. Frank Erickson has received notice to report for induction next Monday morning. He was formerly rejected. Ed Bruning and Ed Immerfall, it is reported, are at Camp Roberts Arkansas and both are attached to (hospital units. Sister Rosellsl of here went to Wesley to play the requiem High Mass for/ the funeral of Mrs Hauptmann Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hanig and theii children of Ackley, Iowa, were las Sunday visitors at the Wm. Arn- dwfers, parents of Mrs. Hatug. Mr and Mrs. Henry Grandjennett and 'children and Mr Schlltz of Bancroft and Alma of Algona were Sunday visitors at the Jphn Grand- jennett home. (Mrs. John Youngwlrth, Sr., returned last Friday from Springfield, 111., where she went to spend several 'days with her daughter. She was taken there by her daughter Fern Hansen of Washington, D. C., who had been here and also her daughters of Des Moines went with the iparty. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arndorfer and Mrs. Joe Grandjennett drove to Rochester, M|nn., to see the ladles' father, E. J. Widen of Corwith who had been taken there ast week and was quite ill at the time of their arrival. Sunday some improvement was noticed but he had £ severe cold With other ailments. GERAU) ROMSTAD, NAVY, VISITING UNION RELATIVES Union: Gerald Romstad of Jacksonville, iFla., arrived last Wednesday for a visit with his grandpar- ****•' , *••..„ i-» -I-... On n_ ents, Mr. and you CAN BORROW $50-$100 OR MORE Quick, Confidential Service . . . Easy Monthly Payments • SPECIAL PLAN FOR FARMERS L S. BOHANNON Phone 103 Algona, In. and Mrs. Presley Sar- U11C , ».,~ his uncles, Robert and Roy Sarchet. He has been in the navy since January, 1941. He studied air mechanics in which he specialized and now goes up in oceangoing bombers. He will return to Florida this Thursday, fallowing a 12-day furlough. He came on furlough to visit his mother, Mrs. Olaf Romstad who is ill in the Methodist hospital in Des Moines following $ major operation. She also was given a blood transfusion. Her mother, Mrs. Presley Sarchet and Mrs. Roy Sarchet drove down on Monday to visit her. Her many club friends who wish to remember her with cards can reach her at the following address: 3719 Soutn West 8th St., Des Moines, Iowa. Mrs. Joe Koppen and daughter, Eleanor spent several days last week at the home iof her sister, Mrs. McArthur, near Irvington. CORWITH MEN ARE IN MINNESOTA HOSPFTAL CARE Corwlth: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arndorfer and Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Grandjennett drove to Rochester Sunday to see E; J. Widen, who Is a patient at the Colonial* hospital. Mr. Widen was taken to Rochester on the preceding Friday. They found their father resting easily, but the exact cause Of his illness had not been determined, -but an operation was thought to .be necessary. Mrs. Widen is at Rochester with her husband. The report has come to friends of Walter Scibert that he Is confined to the St. Luke's hospital at Duluth Minn. Mr. Seibert went to Duluth two weeks ago suffering from a severe attack of asthma and seemec to be feeling much ibetter for a few days, but was taken worsa so that it was necessary to go to the hospital for medical attention. STUDEK-LEASE REUNION IN STELSON PARK SUNDAY The Studer-Leake reunion was held Sunday in the Stilson Memoria park at Corwith, Enjoying a pic nic dinner at noon were, Mrs. Su san Lease, Mr. and Mrs. Leste Lease, son Loren, Mr. and Mrs. Am mon Lease and son, Burrel, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Studer and son, Morris all of Wesley; from Corwlth were, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Walker, son Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Studer, with ho* sister, Miss Portia JAhn- sor*, who is 111 and also to vlst: another sister, Miss Jennie June towyeh Mrs. Ernest Jesse and nieoe of) •ntonka were visitors In Corwth Friday afternoon. Mrs. Jesse, who formerly lived near Corwllh, was tere trying to flnd aft assistant in :he home. Miss Malry Sloan, R. N., of Mason City la vlsltthg this week at the home of her parents, Mr. and TATS. John Sloan. Mary has just returned from a three weeks' trip bo the wdst boast. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burmelster of Chicago spent the week end at the Albert Merriam home. Mrs. Bur- melster Is the former Jean Mer- riahn. wnbur Merriam, who had spent, the preceding week in Chicago, returned home.wlth them. Mrs. Oma Jacobs and daughter, June, Mr. and Mrs. James Tabb, Mr. and Mrs. Armond Tabb and children, attended a Tabb reunion Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Chambers at Goodeii. Forty-six relatives enjoyed a potluck dinner at noon. Th'e Misses Marine Brown, _ Alma Cartson, EJlalne Chambers and Thelma Chambers of Goodell are enjoying a week's vacation at Clear Lake. Marine is assistant at ur Wallers office and Alma Is the stenographer and secretary at the John Mullins Feed and Seed store Mr and Mrs. James Oxley and dalughter, Elizabeth, and niece, Har rlett Oxley, returned home Thurs day everting from a two weeks Kaymona, mr. *u.u „..=. — The group enjoyed an outing and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Studer and fishing trip at:Star 'Lake.also look' REV. E.G. SAUER, tAKOHA, ATTENDS CHICAGO SCHOOL Lakota: The Rev. B. G. Sauer Bpent last week atteridlng the 18th annual conference tor Ministers at the Pretosyterlan Theological. sem- nary to Chicago. He attended on a scholarship awarded him as a ft* suit of his being chairman of Un* Ited .Promotions of the Fort Dodge Presbytery. The Rev. Sauer reports a very Inspirational meeting with some of the following as high light speakers: the Rev. J. R. Slzov, minister of the Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas, New York City; Prof. D. Richard Nlebauer, Yale Dlvln* ity School; the Rev. Arthur H. Llm'ouze, General Council of the Presbyterian church. J. F. Behrends of Davenport spent last week visiting his son, Nick and family. Richard (Slelchmari, Rockford, 111., is visiting with his atunt and family, the S. P. Powers. s Warren.Smith Attended a district oil meeting at Pqcahontas last week Tuesday for the Citizens' Oil Co. Mrs. Margaret Warburton is enjoying a vacation at Estes Park, Colo., with her son, William and family. , \ ,, •'' Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetland and daughters, Florence and Mrs.ver- „„„ „ . rron Smith were Algtina visitors on trip to Dent and Star Lake, Minn.j Thursday. SataH ftntf - KEEPS CAR l A family and Mr. amd Mrs. Wilbur Studer and son, Gary. BAND 'LEADER RETURNS TO OIVE SUMMER CONCERTS Wednesday evening, July 29, was he 'beginning of a series of band concerts to be given for a period of six weeks on Wednesday evenings. Tho, blind has been inactive this: summer because of the absence of their leader, J. Worth Miller, who las been attending summer school at the Iowa State College at Several 'threshing runs were scheduled to start this week, but the heavy rains have prevented any threshing being done. Some combines have 'been used but much more remains to be done. Jack Merriam, son of Mr. am Mrs. A. E. Merriam, has received his commisgion as second lieuten ant in the Field Artillery at For Sill, Okla. Harry Brown is the new clerk a the Quality store.. John Skelly clerk for the past two years, is as sisting on the farm during the hai; vesting and threshing season. Mrs. Roland Ooilltherd of Rapi City, S. D., caime Saturday to b id after business (interests at their arm at Dent. Mrs. Harold Evans and daughter, Betty Lou, and son, Richard, are vialting this week at the .home of Mrs. Evans' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson. Tuesday evening, Another daughter of the Mas- tersons, Mrs. Reginald Bastian and family of Humboldt were visitors at the Masterson home. Mrs. Charles Clapsaddle and son, Johnny, and Mrs. Art Tabb and daughter Eunice, spent several days at the home of Mrs. Clapsaddle's sister, Mrs. Joe Wade and family at Pocahontas. Vivian and Shinley Beamrtn, who have been visiting at the Wade home, returned to Corwith with them. Mrs. William Leek lof Oak Park, 111., and Betty Catherine Powers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Powers, has gone to Washington, D. C., where she is in the government employ. Raymond McCarthy of Los An- 1,'lfeflttft*. .— f- "IBtlay afr th* home «f MWHttM'^ptMiW, M*. and Mflli W. M. M«, Chatles, - j-f-i-- , , fflOfe, vttJted-fittft #eiSUve8 laSl Monday. He^d&ugiitefv Mrs. Johrt HarU, and little daughter decors* panted Ms* home. M a few days' visit. Jt. J. Smith has been appointed Actlhg postmaster here tc- fill the v&cstnoy caused by the death of Mrai Maude Manna, former .post-; master, «e took wer Ws new duties August 1. Marshal and Mrs. W. H. Steward are now grandparents, aJon hav- Ig been born to Mr. and Mrs. Mel« vht Abbas at Osceola, S. D., last Tuesday. Mrs. Steward went to OSceola a few days 'before. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith and daughter, Mary Ann, visited their son, Jim, at Cedar Rapids, ^ from Tuesday to Thiisrdayj Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Moore returned with them iSor a visit with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore. Mi*, H|, W. Jackman aiHved home Thursday from Lincoln, Neb. where she had spent several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W A. Rosene. Her parents, two broth era ahd iher grandfather, JV H Roserie, Stromsburg, Neb., brough her home, spent the night here and went on Friday to Mwocqua WIs., to vlslfl relatives. Marjorle Mantor, a former Bur girl who has taught for more thar ten yedrs in the New Mexico High lands University Training Schoo at Las Vegas, has. accepted th position of counseling supervisor a Johnson of ' Des Moines spent the week end at th<? home of their parents, Mrs. William Johnson. Mr. and Betty .Is employed at the ordnance plant at Ankeny. Mrs. Leek returned home Monday with the Burmeisters, visitors at the Merriam home. Verla Johnson sKso returned to Chicago wiith them, where she hopes to find employment. MRS. MARIE BLEICH HEADS WESLEY AUXILIARY; PLANNING ACTIVE YEAR MAN: Here she is... what'll you give me for her? DEALER: Sounds like she just breathed her last. We want good second-hand cars but not this kind. MAN: Why, it's got only 30,000 miles... and look! ... it's the same make, model and year as that gray job you've got tagged to sell for $450. DEALER: But that engine is OIL-PLATED and runs like new. Good for another 30,000 miles. Its owner took good care of it... greased it and drained the crankcase every thousand miles. MAN: I always thought that was the bunk. DEALER: Well, you've got a pile of junk there to prove you're wrong. MAN: All right... all right... I'm wrong. Tell you what. I'll give you three hundred cash and my car for that one if you'll wise me to the motor oil that fellow used. DEALER: It's a deal. He used Conoco N»> oil. That's oil with the synthetic that helps keep both the motor and the oil clean. i MAN: Oh, now I remember reading about that oil and the synthetics they use. Brother, I'll use nothing but Conoco NW> from nqw on! Do you want to add life to your car? Do you want oil economy? See Your Conoco Mileage Merchant today «nd get Conoco N*h. Continental Oil Company FOR THE DURATION of your car... Don't depend on hurried stops for gasoline to have your tires and car checked. Join my ONCE- A-WEEK CLUB. Choose one day each week to ^ TW - bring in your car. I will properly check your tires oil, radiator, and battery. I will report anything that appears to need attention. I will keep a careful record and remind you when greasing and oil change are needed. I help you get maximum service and car life at the least possible cost and trouble. CONOCO MOTOR OIL Harris Conoco Station 701 B. STATE ST. PHONE 39 Wesley: Mrs. Marie Bleach was pstallod as president of the Am- Thursday. »rican Legion Auxiliary at a spec- nlng ial meeting held Monday evening, July 27th. Other officers installed were Mrs. Viola Studer, vice president; Mrs. Myrtle Lease, treasurer; Mrs. Helen Johnson, chaplain; Miss .lilan Johnson, sergeant-at-arms; VIrs. Mary Forburger, Mrs. Selma Alne and Mrs. Myrtle Kouba are onj the executive board. Mrs. Lease' was the installing officer. Mrs. Clai-ri AJdrich is the retiring president. Mrs. Bleich appointed the following chairman: Msr. Helen Johnson, Welfare. Mrs. Clara Bauer, Rehabilitation; Mrs. Viola Studer, Americanism; Mrs. Clara Aldrich, Poppy; Mrs. Myrtle Lease and Mrs. Viola Studer, publicity, Mrs. Mary Forburger, Community Service; Ruth Mary Bauer, music; Mrs. Josephine Meurer, membership and Junior 'Acftivites; Lillian Johnson, trophies, emblems and awards. Mrs. Marie Bleich and Mrs. Myrtle Lease were elected delegates and alternate to the Auxiliary convention which will .be held in Des Moines in August. The Auxiliary will hold a membership party MondaV evening, August 31st. A program and evening's entertainment will be arranged by Mrs. Meurer, membership chairman Anyone eligible to the Auxiliary is welcome to attend. The Auxiliary is sponsoring phonograph record collection drive Boxes have been put in the store dnd anyone having old records which they wish to donate to th overnment may leave them in th oxes or may call any Auxiliary nember and they will call for them 'he junior members made a house to-house vancass for the record Saturday morning. These record ll be remade into new record or the men in the arm^d forces. WEDNESDAY EVENING BAND CONCERTS PROVE POPULAR The Wesley band ccncerts given Wednesday evening draw a large crowd to towi. Last Wednesday evening Lois Bldch, Rosalie Alne, and Mary Lou Haverly rendered several vocal selections, acompani- ed by the band. A loud speaker system is used making the music and singing more Audible on the street. Supt. Mornis Page is the oand director. The St. Joseph's bazaar and chick en supper will be Sunday, August 16th. Homer Lawson 'observed a birthday Friday, July 31st. See Homer about the aorrect number, Mr. and Mrs. Bernhardt Kvale and children of Chicago visited th Lester Larson home last week. (Jimmy Meurer was 11 years old Thursday, July 30. He is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meurer. The C. D. of A. will hold a busi ness and social meeting Wednesda evening, August 5. A pot luck lunc will be served. Dr. tlnd Mrs. W. D. Andrews o Algona enjoyed a picnic supper at the Dr- R. K. Richardson home Thursday evening. iFather I* N. Klein, John Richter, Sr., Alfred Erdinan and J. P. Stud'_ . — ft __ii n *»« VitiainofiQ They returned that eve- geles, Calif., is ai visitor with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert McCarthy, southwest of town. He expects to go Into the army soon. Mr-' and Mrs. Albert Hans and three daughters of ,Wilmar, Minn., visited Alberts' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hans and other relatives and friends here the first of last week. Mrs. Louis Cromwell, Hanover, 111., is visiting her brother, Tony Schaper and wife. Last week Wednesday they drove to Austin, Minn., where they visited Mrs. Cromwell's son and wife, Dr. and Mrs. B. J. Cromwell. Mrs. A. E. Anderson and Sherry Lou are visiting Mrs. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R..Ballard at West Union.''Her brother. Allen Bafllard, was home for a few days furlough last week -before being transferred to Spokane, Washington. Helen Behrends, who Is employed In the Anderson store, is enjoying a vacation. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Behrends, took her to Mason City last week Sunday where she took the bus to St. Charles, 111,, and visited relatives there and in Chicagio before returning home. Raymond Winter celfebrated a. birthday Sunday with a family picnic and the following enjoyed th' event with him: Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Winter, the Jerry Heetlands, th< Andrew Jansens, the Russell Win Iowa State Teachers College a Cedar Falls. She Is a daughter o Mrs. Laura Mantor of Cedar Fall a cousin of Miss Mattie Warner. The Birthday circle met with Mrs. Belle Reynolds Thursday afternoon. The W. S. C. S. meets Wednesday afternoon of this week with Mrs. Paul Moore, Mrs. Roy Morgan, Mrs. Wm. Nedson and Mrs. W. B. Officer as hostesses.. Mrs. Jay D. Graham has charge' of the worship period and Mrs. Don Mitchell is In charge of the program. OTTOSEN WOMEN CAN FOR SCHOOL USE C-ttosen! A gWHtf of he ttoflimuttity brought o the Ottosen consolidated house Thursday ah* citnhed 84 •juarta of vegetables fof the use of he school lunches. Baeh Thursday wllll be set aside for this purpose. . The men* .kittemSl tfeanW played Thursday evening with the score jeing 9 to i. ' ' • Mrs. G. I. Pitfdy Is confined to the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge ;for observation. ,The Woman's klttenball teams practised at the Ottosen school ban diamond Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Rafc* Rlehwds and Mrs. Louis Bremsen were visitors in Fort Dodge Wednesday. Mrs. Melvln Hagen and children of Des Motnes are spending a vacation at the Morgan Hagen home Marjorle Kramer went to Sioux City Saturday where she accepted a positon as designer for "Mary Bills Frocks." • Mr, and Mrs. Sam Kroph were host and hostess at a supper in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Cargell o Grldley, 111. (Deanne Telford is spending his vacation with Bobby Larson, son of Mr. and Mrs.'Ernest Larson at Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs, Vic Lander of Boone, Mrs. Mable Waller Of Ames _ Coas Ahtane Spelcft and Sunday dinner and Mrs. Ifflrted Wefe' last week •aul 8erninghau* at West Bend. The Lutheran Ladles' Aid ntet at e Lutherait ehufch parlots Wed- Afternoon with MM. Henry ,« e Hendrleksort'and Mrs. Helen Rassmussen ate hostesses. Scripture wai read by Rev. J. 0. W&ngburg. *The program consisted of a reading- by MrsTLoren Daniels and music ^ the Brablahd Sisters Kelson, the business meeting then conducted 'by tlur president, Mrs. Percy Watnem, song was sung after Lords Prayer wate repeated. The Grace which the SNAEPYSNAP- SHOT SERVICE AT' V ; • LONG'S STUDIO AlgoiUk 8 or 8 exposure roll finished with free enlargement only 28C, reprints 8c each. Films left before 9 a, m. ready at B p. m. Xi The Ladies' Rural club program committee held a meeting at the home of Mrs. George Cooper on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. T. Forburger and,daughters Ruth and Mrs. Joe Krileps, of Sexton went to Mafeon City Wednesday afternoon. The latter lady hald a physical check-up. Miss Anna Wester left Thursday for New York City where she has a >osition as dietiflian in a hospital. 5he had spent a month's vacation iere at her parental, Emil Wester, lome. The softball games between two mens teams are growing more popular every week. More parking space could -be used. They play on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Occasionally they play Friday evenings. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer, Rita and (Miss Emma Studer visited his brother, E. A. Studer, at Excelsior, Minn., several days 'last week. Mr. iStiuder recertify underwtent two major operations. He Is now improving nicely. Jim Silbaugh, local blacksmith, went to Mason City Wednesday afternoon where he received medical treatment for his left eye. He has infection in the upper lid. The Silbaugh family spent the week end with reOattives at Ralston. The W. S. C. S. will meet Wednesday afternoon, August 5th, at the church. Mrs. Ailbert Girard, Mrs. A. M. Lease, Mrs. Ben Hopkins and Mrs. John Amesbury will be hostesses.) Mrs'. Charlies Kraus 1 w)tH lead the devotions. Everyone is welcome. Mr. and Mrs. George Werling and family moved Friday into the late Mrs. Kate Kennedy house. They had been living in the Ernest Hut- chinsoai home in the north part of town the past two months, since they moved here from Renwick. He is employed at the R. C. Bauer mplement shop. ters, the Henry Mitchells, the Vernon Smiths and Mrs. Larry Staf ford. Mrs. R. H.'McKinney, Amery, Wis., left Thursday afternoon for Elmore, Minn., where she visited Mrs. Emma Wharton and family until Saturday. Her slstpr, Mrs. Robert Lovaas, Minneapolis, Minn., accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Harry Warburton to Blue Earth where all were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Gordon Hedland that evening Mrs. Lovaas visited there until Saturday when both women left FREE 50 Beauty Culture students will receive Free Scholarships You Can Be One Act at once, call in person. Licensed by State La James College Beauty Culture Mason City, la. 22-tf .Authorized Bottler: Pepsi via bus, for their respective homes after a- ten day Visit with relatives and friends. Pour Corner News Mr. and Mrs. John McNeill were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. McNeill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arhur Cruikshank at Algona. Mr and Mrs. Louis Broesder and family and Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Holdren and Shirley were Sunday callers at the Arm Walker home. Threshing 'has started in Four Corners between showers, threshing a half a day at a time. The Cruikshank machine started at the Wm. Draytons 'Friday and also one at the John Monarch home. iA large crowd attended the shower for Lauja J. Pedersen at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith Saturday afternoon. The bride received many nice and useful gifts and a fine lunch was serv- AIRPLANE WORKER VISITS AT BURT WITH HIS MOTHER Burt: Willard Schwietert arrived Wednesdoy from Los Ange es, Calif., where he has been working in an airplahe factory. He expects to be called to the army soon and came for a Visit wrfth his mother, Mrs. Bertha Schwietert, 'before entering the army. The Busy Bee club met with Mrs Ceph Gross last Friday afternoon. The Fortnightly club met Friday afternoon with Mrs. C. W. Reynolds. The Idle Hour club met Thursday afternoon, at the P. L. Person home. The Missionary Maddens had a picnic last Wednesday afternoon in the little park back of the City Oil Co. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell returned last week Tuesday from a week end visit with friends at Lake Crystal, Minn., and Minneapolis. £>r. J. G. Clapsaddte went to Walker, Minn., Saturday to visit over the week end with the GUd- ners who have a) cottage there. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman went Mr. Farmei YOUR TIME IS WORTH MONEY to Rochester, Minn., Friday to see their son, Richard who was operated on there several weeks ago. Gladys Groen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harm Groen, was operated on Friday afternoon at the Kossuth hospital for appendicitis. Ernest Lavrenz left Tuesday for Fort Sill, Okla., after spending a few days' furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lavrenz. Betty Olson spent last week with You are getting good prices for your corn, your hogs, your cattle and other farm products. YOU CANT AFFORD TO TAKE TIME TO CUT WOOD FROM THE GROVE. Let us deliver a good supply of Quality Coal to your home for next winter. It's Best To Put Your Coal In Now And Thus Release Cars FOE War Purposes Goal is one thing Unele Sam . wants you to hoai^d, and board NOW, There is plenty of coal but transportation ?nay beeonie very difficult if everyone waits until the same time to huy. Call 229 her cousin, Story City. Marlys "Branson, at She went back with AND WE ed 'by the hostesses Mrs. Earl Miller and daughter, er'drove to Minneapolis on business Jacqueline and son, Marvin, spent the first of the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Robinson. Chefs mother, MM. Effie Robinson, left Friday for Cedar Rapids and will visit a few days there and from there she. will go to her home .at Salrasota, <Fla. Marlys who had spent three weeks here- ^ Dr. J. G. Clapsaddte and Dr. C. Ht Oretzmeyer, Algona, (went to Des Moinea Thursday to hear Sister Kenny speak on infantile paralysis. Mrs. R. J. NeaJy went to Fort Dodge Wednesday where she met her mother, Mrs. E. H. Jlunsos, Lincoln, Nebr., who has been spending a week with her. Mrs. *Ielvm Hunt and daughters, SOLVE FUEL PROBLEMS S. Norton and Son . "Let The Red Trucki Serve Y«w" v BARRY'SBEERJSBIST

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