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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 10, 1942
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The Algona Upper Pea Molneg^Algona, Iowa, Nov. 10,1942 OHOSENCLUB HOLDS HEFTING AT K1NSCTH HOME Ottosen 1 : The Ottosen Progressive club held its meeting at the home of Mrs. Oliver Ktnseth, Thursday, INbv. 6. Scripture was read by Mrs. Henry Lovig. Bight members responded to roll call. Mrs. G. I. Purdy gave the lessen. "Believe It or Not", was given by Mrs. Donald Cooper. vMtors were Mrs* Chester Alme, Mrs, Roy Enochson. The club also voted to have "Silver Teas" to help raise money for the Red Cross. The Ladies 7 Rural club met at the home of Mrs. Eugene Hofius cm Thursday, Oct. 29. Scripture was read by the hostess. The song, •"Keep the Hom'e Fires Burning" • was sung by thejproup. Ten members responded to roll call. Lesson on Chiang Kal-chek was read by Mrs. HoHls Cooper; Readers^Digest by Mrs. Roy Telford. ThV report on the county convent^* :it Ijlvermore was given by Mm R, Telford. . ? ' Mr. and Mrs. Alf Lee entertaln- 4d at a 'Hallowe'en party at their home Saturday night. Games supplied entertainment A lunch was served at the close. A surprise birthday party was held at the Geo. Cooper home on; Tuesday night in. honor of Hollls Cooper.' Five hundred was played for entertainment. Woman's high was won by Mrs. Donald Cooper. Men's high by Donald Cooper; ladies' low, Mrs. Ernest Enockson; mert's low, Hollls Cooper. Lois Jacobson accompanied Mrs, Henry L^Vig to Fort Dodeg Friday. ;.<, Mrs. Ari Tabor and children were Frrday visitors at the Paul Nasby home. '.' Personal Loans $25 to $300 Let us furnish the money for Winter Coal Supply Insurance and Taxes Payment ol Past-Due Bills Medical, Hospital and Dental Bills Special Plan for Fanners Come in—Phone—Write United Loan Service Phone 782, Algona, Iowa 'Office upstairs In Upper DCS Mpines Newspapre Building , . Janet Mertz of Wesley spent the week end at the CHsm fl-tudwlg home. Mary Montag la assisting with the household duties at the John Starin home. .Mrs. W. & Hundertmark and daughters were Saturday visitors !« Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holt and Sandra of Spencer spent Friday here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hollls Cooper were Visitors Sunday at the Alfred Jensen home at Rodman. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bernlnghaus were-Sunday dinner guests at the Antorte Spiech home. Mrs. Helen Malm and Bud of Palmer were Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Jacobson home. Mr. and Mrs. -Merle Holt and famMy were Sunday night visitors at the Gerner Storesund home. Gertie Lou Coyle of Cedar Falls spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.'.ke Coyle. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Welter were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. W. E. Hundertmark. Mr. and/Mrs. John Noeve of Gli- hiore City were Sunday night visitors at the Oliver Klnseth home. Peter 'Holt and' Margaret Holt were Sunday dinner guests at the Bernard Jacobs home at .Bradgate. Mr. and Mrs. John Vesterby and Shirley of Mason City were week end visitors at the Ivan Schneider home. Mr. and Mrs. ,1. P. Starin and Lynn were Sunday dinner guests at the 'Frank Jolllffe home at Humboldt. Mrs.) Geo. Cooper Mrs(/ Ralph Cooper, and Mrs. Hannah Hanson were Wednesday visitors in Fort Dodge, Mrs. Robert Naeye and son of El Reno, Oklahoma, spent a few days at the James Barber home-at Belmond. Mrs. Herman Kramer held a 4-H meeting at her home Saturday afternoon to make plans for tho coming year. Rev. and Mrs. Breaw, Mrs. Clyde Bennett, Mrs. Jesse Burns of Hum* boldt were .Sunday callers at the Art Tabor home. Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Jacobson and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. J. B. Jacobson at Bode. Mrs. Rena Enockson was called to Wheaton, 111., by the death of her mother, Mrs. Adam Gardner. The fun'eral was Monday. Jake Vesterby returned from the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Wednesday where he recently underwent an operation. Mr. and Mrs: Nick Schmallen, Juanita and Ewdard of West Bend were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Clem Ludwig home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper and .family and Mrs. Hannah Hansen spent the week end at the Archie Hansen home at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers and Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mertz of Wesley were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Clem Ludwig home. Ed Chrlstensere of Garden City, S. D., was a Thursday night visitor at the home of Mrs. Hannah Hansen. Mr. Christenson is a nephew of Mrs. Hansen. He also was a dtaner guest at the Geo. Cooper home Friday. ' A dinner was held at the Rena Enockson home Sunday in honor of Stanley Enockson who left Friday for the army. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. L. Kleppe and son of Eagle Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ludwig ami family of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs, Russell Enockson and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Worster of Plov- MARGARET DEVINE. BANCROFT, WEDS SERGEANT GOODENOW, SATURDAY Bancroft: Miss Margaret Devine, daughter of Mrs. Lillian Devine, Bancroft and Staff Sergeant Raymond Goodenow of Camp Dodge, son of Dr. and Mrs. Goodenow of Colo, Iowa, were married in a ceremony performed at St. John's Cath- ol'.c church Saturday morning. Rev. J. H. Schultes read the nuptial mass. The couple was attended by Elaine Kennedy of Hutchinson, Minn., cousin of the (bride and Art De- vlnc, brother of the bride. The bride was dressed in an aqua wool dress suit and wore an orchid corsage. Her attendant wore brown gabardine and wore yellow roses. Following the ceremony a weddSng breakfast was served at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Williams. : ; The "bride ;gradu£lte<l fromi St. John's high school, attended the college of St. Teresa at Winona, Minn., ahd was graduated from Iowa State college at Ames. She was later graduated as a laboratory technician from the University of Nebraska. At present she is head technician in charge of the serum center of the Iowa State Department of Health. Mr. Goodenow is a graduate of Grinnell college and was a student at the University of Iowa when he •enlisted in the army two years ago. The couple will live in Des Moines where the 'bride is with the State Department of Health and the bridegroom fa a member of the U. S. army. : Pheasant Hunting Starts Nov. 12 12 o'clock noon to 5 p. m. Hunters- We carry and have in stock Hunters' Heavy Caps, Hats, Socka, phoottn'-MtttH Shell-Vests, Game-Bags, Game-Carriers. . Gun-Cleaning Bods, Grease and Oil, Shot-Gun and BUle Owe*,Recoil Pads/ Thermos Jugs, Vacuum Bottles, Flash lights, and Batteries. : , AT TOE >H. Becker Sporting Goods Store (Sportsmen's Headquarters, Drop In) _ Kneihl Frederickson attended homecoming at Iowa State College at Ames last week end. Donald Murray an£ Gerald Nurre of Ames spent the week end visM> ing at the parental W. A. Murray and Mrs. Anna Nurre home. A< baby boy, 'Lawrence Lee, was bprn'-'to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Blocker last IThursday morning, The baby lived only a few minutes. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Welp entertained at a dinner Sunday honoring ther son, Ronald, who left Thursday evening for Santa Ana, Calif. The Baptist Ladies' Guild met Thursday afternoon at two o'clock a£ the home of Mrs. E. J. Seeney with Mrs. Frank Lupin 'as assisting hostess. Joseph Cogley, Jr.. has resigned h.'.s position at the Thompson Yards and has accepted a' position In the grocery department of Kennedy Bros, store. Jean Menl:c, Donnafay Merron Elizabeth and Catherine Rahe, Mar- .'orie and Helen Lattimer were Sunday dinner .guests at the A. A. Jroessler home. Mrs. F. H. Mescher and Richard 'eturned home Tuesday after vis- ting with 'Ambrose Mescher alt Kenosha, Wis., and with Dorothy Mescher at Joliet, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Welp, Mr. and Mrs. Art Welp and Mr. arrd Mrs. W. A. Murray and sons attended a football game between St. John's and St. Thomas college at St. Paul Friday. - . . , Mrs .Evans Carmean and Mrs. O. Summers served a tea honoring Mrs, 'George Wohnke in the church parlors last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Wohnke left on Thursday for Chicago £b join her husband who is employed there.. Monday morning both Bancroft school systems changed their hours. St. John's students begin at 0:30 o'clock in the morning until 12:00 and from 12:45 to 4:30 in the afternoon. The Bancroft public school starts at 10:00 in the morning until 12:00 and from 1:00 to 8:00 in the afternoon. Mrs.! N. B. Schiltz was honored at a dinner given by her children in honor of her scvntieth birthday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Alva Kahler and family of Burt, Mr. and' Mrs. Henry Rustemeier and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leander Menke and famMy, Mr. and Mrs. Constantino Schiltz and family and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schiltz and family. Mrs. J. F. Pellsek spent Sunday in Grinnell at the home of her parents. Mrs, F. E. Kent spent the week end at Indlanola, Iowa, where she visited her mother. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Johnson arc expected home tod\ay ifrom Des Moines where they have been since Sunday. Harold ' Ix)ss of AShbny, New York, visited this past week at the home of his mother, Mrs. Harold Loss. Dr. and Mrs. John Kenefick spent Friday evening at Eagle Grove with the former's mother, Mrs. Thomas Kenefick. Mrs. Hattto Phillips has resigned from the Elite Shop and will go to Fort Dodge to be employed at Lilyan's Hat Shop. Hubert Deal, employed by the B. E. A. at Hampton, spent the week end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal. Mr. and Mrs.. Dennis Plratt spent the week end in, West Union at the home of the latter's parents, and with other relatives. Durwood Baker, student at the Iowa State College at Ames, spent the week end at the home of h'a mother, Mrs. L. G. Baker. Mrs. Aggie Knapp returned Monday evening from Mason City where she had spent several days with her son, Harry, and family. Ivan Kollasch, employed at Hulry boldt, spent the week end in Algona at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kollasch. I* J. DcGraw Was operated on Friday at the Kossuth hospital for gall 'bladder trouble. He had been 111 since the previous Monday. DurWood Baker spent the week end at the home of his mother, Mrs. L. G. Baker. Durwood is a student at the State University of Iowa. Fred Bartholomew returned here Wednesday from Colorado Springs, Colorado, where he has had a defense 1 job for the past few months. Mn and Mrs .W. A. Hardy spent the week end In Minneapolis where they visited relatives and attended the Minnesota-Indiana football game. Roger Michel, student at the Dakota Wesleyan University at Mitchell, South Dakota, spent the week end with his mother, Mrs. A. E. Michel. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Gilmore and son John of Clear Lake spent the week end in Algona at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Irene Gilmore. Mrs. Lee Passmorc spent the week end in Des Moines with her husband, wjbo h,ad a' Short leave from the army at Jefferson Barracks; Missouri. •Don Alt, who is in the army" and .stationed at Sioux Falls, spent the week end in Algona with his wife. Mrs. Alt is the former Tsabelle Greenberg. Roy Chrlstensen attended the funeral of .his father, Nels Christensen, at Spencer Friday. The elder Mr. Christensen passed away Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Cowan and Mr. and Mrs. -Ray Beamish spent the week end at Iowa City where they attended the lowa-W.'sconsln football game. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Amfahr spent Saturday evening in Mason City where they attended a gathering of the field managers of the Fuller Brush company. Mrs. Herbert Springer of Fargo, North Dakota, arrived Wednesday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Flora Gabriel, at the home of Mrs. Andrew Peterson. Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Buthman went to Belmond today (Tuesday) whe^e they attended a sub-dlstrct ministers meeting at the homo of Rev. and Mrs. H. S. Faris. Mr. and Mrs; Wayne Smith became the parents of their first child, a girl, born Saturday at the General hosptial. Mrs. Smith is the Tho Rebekah lodge will meet for ts regular meeting Tuesday evening at the Dehnert hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murtagh and Mrs. Al Falkenhalner went to Rochester last week end where the two ladies went through the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dutton spent a few days last week at Toledo, towa, at the home of Mrs. Frank Wild and her daughter, Donna Jean. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Cra\vford and family spent Sunday at the home of the latter's sf'Ster and family, VIr. and Mrs. Leland Johnson, at Spencer. L. J. DeGraw underwent an operation for gall bladder trouble at the Kossuth hospital Friday. Latest reports are that he is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spliles and daughter, Arlene, spent Sunday at West Bend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anliker. .Mrs. SpMles and Mrs. Anliker are s:«ters. Mr. and Mrs. I*. G. Thompson and little Mary Thompson of Esther- vllle spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph MMler. Mrs. Miller !a Mr. and Mrs. Thompson's daughter.* Robert Muckey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey, was 6n the committee for the annual Sadie Hawkins Shindig held Friday at the Dakota Wesleyan University at Mitchell, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Downing uf Marshalltown spent Sunday In Algona getting acquainted wfth their new granddaughter, Sir! Jean Norton born Saturday. Mrs. Richard Norton is their daughter. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McMahon were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Duhigg ol Emmetsburg, Father Duhigg of Livermore, and Mrs. Nellie McMahon and Roy McMahon of Algona. Mr. and Mifa'4 Joe Bb>om and children came home Sunday from Minneapolis where they had spent several days with relatives and fr.'ends. Saturday they attended the Minnesota-Indiana football game. Mr. and Mrs. R;oy Crapscr have received word that their son, Russell has been promoted from a Private First Class in the army in Alaska to corporal. Russell is in the headquarters ordnance section. Mr. -and Mrs. Ivan Kollasch of Bancroft became the parents of a baby boy born Thursday at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Kollasch is the former Ann McNeill and her husband is employed at Hood's store in Bancroft. Mrs. Garner Gunn of Iowa Falls arrived Sunday of last week for a Visit at the horne of her niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McDowell. They spent Sunday at Sprtag- field, 'Minnesota, with Dr. K. E. Brown, Mrs. Giinn's son. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Griffith returned to Des Moines Monday after spending the past week at the home ot the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs. M. J. McCall. Mr. Griffith is''in the army and is stationed at Camp Barkeley, Texas. Pvt. Michael F. Pfeffer of Gamp Barkeley, Texas, arrived Friday o! last week to spend a fifteen day furlough with his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Mike Pfeffer of Algona. Pvt Pfeffer has been :n the service since April 2, 1942, and bhis is his first furlough. Lela Peterson, who is employed a1 the office of Dr. R. M. Wallace, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo McEnroe left on Sunday for Los A""eles where they will spend a vr-'- -.-••'- T-owell Bentley, who is in the rrvy and on leave for a '-w r'nys. Mrs. McEnroe is Lowell's sister. Howard r->-i-!oh of Ames spen Friday and Saturday at the home Mr, and Mrs. Paul Laldley and ftmlly ef Laurens spent Sunday at he home of the former's sister ifrs. Howard Vlnsort, and with his mother, Mrs. A. M. Laidley. Joe Larson, a staff sergeant in he army at Fort Benning, Georia, arrived Friday for several days isit with relatives and friends. Sev- eant Larson is in the paratroopers' Ivlsion of the army. Chris Reese left for Des Moines Ills afternoon (Tuesday) where he will spend Armistice Day. Mrs. leese will return to Algona with Im after spending the past week vith relatives there. Word has been received by rcl- tlves here that Merle Pratt and Vrt We.'s have recently been trans- erred from the Great Lakes traln- ng station to Morehead, Kentucky, where they are electrl- al school. Rev. and Mm. E. F. Murgcss of Ipencer attended the football game " etween Algona and Spencer here i'riday evening and called on old rlcnds. Rev. Burgess was former- y the pastor at the Methodist hurch here. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Raub and laughter, Joan, left Monday of ast week for Long Beach, Cal'f., where Mr. Raub will be employed as a welder in the shipyards. Mrs. laub Is the daughter of Rev. aird Mrs. D. R. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hovey and daughter, Violet, moved to Kenosha iVisconsin, Saturday where Mr. Hovey will be employed in a defense 'lant. Another Hovey daughter, Lrdella, who is employed at Kresen- ky*s will remain here. Dale Ehrhardt, son of Mr. and of h. ! -s au-.v Mrs.. Harry and uncle, Mr. and Nolte. Sundya Mr FURNITURE STORE Transmission Is a Vital Part of Your Auto! See that y«ur car is equipped with winter grease In the transmission and different «. «|eJay. USE CHAMPLIN GAS, OILS See w for car washing and battery service. PARK S Super Service State *Hwrt*fl former Mary Runchey. L. W. Bouze and W. C. Irelan returned Friday from Cedar Rapids where they had spent the past few days attending an Equitable Life Assurance meeting. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Worley of Des Moines spent the week end Mi Algona with friends. Mr, Worley was formerly the manager of the local employment office. Mr. and Mrs. Dow Laidley and daughters of LuVerne, Minnesota, spent Saturday evening and Sun- flay in Algona and Fort Dodge visiting relatives and friends. Mrs, Victor Samson left Friday for Miami, Florida, where, she will spend several weeks with her hui- band who is in the navy and stationed there. Vic is a carpenter's mate, thM.-d class. Mrs. H. J, Koops and family moved Saturday to Des Moinea where they will make their home. Mr. Koops was recently transferred to the Des Moines office of Swift and comnany. Mrs. Fred Czapp and family moved to Minneapolis Sunday where they will make their home. Mr. Czapp has been In Minneapolis for some tfme where he is employed In a defense plant. Mary Ellen Anderson and Bichard Sheldon were week end visitors ^t the home of the latter'a parents, Mr. an4 Mrs. Harold Sheldon at Eldora, and also in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Frank B""dy. Mrs. Boody is Mary Ellen's aunt, Mr, and Mrs. Richard Norton her came the parents of their first child, a girl, born Saturday at the Kossuth hospital. The baby welgh- «d 7 Ibs. 3 oz, and has been named Sirl Jean. This is the first grandchild for Mr. and, Mrs. Raymond Norton.. ^ Mr. and Mrs, M, J. Pool "turned Sunday from Des Moines. On Frl? day they had taken their son., Dick down to catch a train to Santa Ana, California, wtoere he will attend the Cadet Air School. Their daughter, Barbara a student at Iowa State Teachers' College, joined them An Des Moines for the week end. -, who came previously to attend, the Wfttdlngofxher niece. and Mrs. Harry Nolte, Mr. and Mrs Bob nolle and Howard wen to Amo=; and spent the day at the E. A. Genrich home. Marilyn Klnseth of Ottosen is the new bookkeeper at the Ell Cleaners. She succeeds Jean De v.'.ne who left recently for the stat of Nevada here she has employ ment in a defense plant. Marilyr was a member of championship girls' -basketball team of Ottosen last year. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hansen drove to Greene Sunday and were sponsors at the baptism of Mrs. Hanson's grandson, Carl Edward, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Danielson of Bristow. The servipe took place at the St. Paul's Lutheran church. Mr, and Mrs. Martin Zimmerman and Esther Fitch ao- companied the Hansens. Sunday evening 'the Fitches had as guests Mr. and Mrs. Avery FMch and son, Earl Delbert, -of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McEnroe and little daughter. Nancy Lee, and Miss Lela Peterson left Sunday for Ames and then Los Angeles, California, where they expect to meet Lowell " .. who is: serving hi the navy. 'Lowell is a brother of Mrs. McEnroe. From there the party plans to go to Portland, Oregon, where they "will visit Lieut and Mrs. Wm. B. Higglns, the latter is a niece pf Mr. and Mrs .McEnroe. JJeut. Higgins is a son of Mrs. Wm. H:«gins of Whlttemore and Is stationed at Camp Adair, Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lindholm and children, Paul and Carol Ann, returned Sunday from a week's trip to Missouri. They visited relatives at Butler, Aurora, Neosho, Springfield and Mountain Grpve. In Springfield they attended the wedding of Mrs. UndbolnVs brother, Lieut. Ransome E. Ellis, Jr. Lieu,' Ellis recently graduated front of flcprs training school at Edgewood Arsenal at Baltimore, Marylandi They also visited Rudolph Harig of Algona who is in the hospital " Fort l*onard Wood, Missouri, Ensign John WTO- Frankl, son Of Mrs. Sadie Frankl, left Tuesday evening of last week for Washington, D. c., where he reported fo? active duty fts assistant to the ply officer in the navy yard. In , th» former Frawr. They t<» 1»» abouj a week. I* ^lejf project CJy, he wttl go to the Navy's supply school, A Harvard graduate school for business administration, at Bqston, Massachusetts. Ensign Frank!' took a leave of absence for the duration from his work a« a junior commercial «pecla)|8t in the tre«ur3r department &r ; fpwigu funds control ang w*s, spending to with his mother whan call< S^WJR'"""" •fWSfll *J»?W TTraW^ wsp^^J p*v!fx. ' NOVEMBER SALE 10% Off On All of Our Felt Hals Knitting Supplies Khaki and Navy colored yarns. Needles of all sizes. SEE OUR NEW COSTUME JEWELRY The Elite Tues. and Wed., Nov. 10-11 Lum and Abner Zazu Pitts in "THE BASHFUL BACHELOR" Second Feature Ozzle Nelson's Band and Leon Krrol in "STRICTLY IN THE GROOVE" Tiiurs.-Frl.-Sat, Nov. 12-11^14 W The COURAGEOUS lj i TRUE STORY OF J QUEENS 1 OF THE ! AIR! J Mrs. W. H. Ehrhardt, returned to San- Diego, California, Sunday after spending the past eleven days with his parents. Dale is art apprentice seaman in the navy and had just completed his basic train- Ing. Martha Platt, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Plait, and Helen Gleason left Monday of last week for Wail- kegon, Illinois, where they will be employed. Miss Platt has been employed at the county recorder's office for the past year and Miss Gleason has been employed at the telephone office. Mrs. Ruth Jackson of New Hampton arrived Sunday mornfug for several weeks' visit with her son- in-law, A. L 'Long. They drove to storm Lake 1 in the aftefftoKJft tffc Visit a sister ^Mt^^oltS^lem a tfephew.. Mrs; jaekso'n, who fa 87 years old, also has a slater living In Havana, Cuba, and both of.'fit? s!«ters are over eighty years, old. Mr. and Mr». Chester Schoby, wH& live on 169 a mile south of'th« Fisher - bridge, Spent several days In Chicago last week, where they Went to meet their son, Lieut, Frank Schoby, who Is a flying instructor at San Diego, California. The youttg aviator made the trip from Saa Diego by plane in a practice flight. Lieut. Schoby's two sisters, Virginia and Katherine, who are employed ;n Des Moines, also made the trip to Chicago, for a short visit with their brother. Prepare For Winter With cold weather just around the corner and every effort being made to conserve fuel, you will need to take every possible .precaution to keep your house warm. ' Repair { your windows. We have window glass of all sizes and window pu^ty. Check your needs on the following items. '.• Glass Cloth per yard 2Sc Vitopane Glass per yard 57c Storm Door Paper per door 20c Tank Heaters . ... — -$12 to $27.50 Kohlhaas Hardware vaaaaaws^^ | Phone 330 Second Feature Triple (totion on the Ran The Three MesqoHeers to . ^dpBlHPIPPPW^^w^w On tho You'll Enjoy Your Fur Coat More- If It Is Clean The fur gets soiled just like anything else, and a lining that isn't clean will soon hegrime a clean dress. There is no* need to wear a dirty fur coat when you) can have it cleaned here at home by furrier's methods. ,_ 4 Have our driver call if or your fur coat today. You will soon want to wear it steadily. Prices Are Eeasonable— Work Guaranteed The Elk Cleaners & Furriers Norman & Perry 901 STEiLE TOM TYWB mm Electrical Gifts will be Doubly Appreciated This Christinas • Appliances are moving out fast, have a good assortment of the items listed below. If you are planning to give electyi* cal Christmas gifts, we suggest that yoij buy them now. Our stock will not last lowg, Toasters Irons Eoaaters Sot Plates ^y<^T^Bf«ft ™ ^%5jHt ^""^^yplFTPfl! W

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