Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1932 · Page 2
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TAQB TWO ccwmt ADVANCE Atab Bjustrom — FOR- Radios Fliilco Headquarters Models in Stock $18.75 to $250.00 Tube tested free 15c allowance On old tubes Everything in Radio Supplies LAKOTA YOUTH IS INSTALLED AS MINISTER Lakota, Nov. 29—The Rev. and Mrs. Frerking and Mrs. Ida Ukena drove to Jesup last week Monday to attend installation services for the Rev. Gerald Ukena. The Rev. Mr. .Frerking preached the main sermon and was assisted by members of the Dubuciue Presbytery. The Rev. Mi- Driver, of Independence, was moderator. Mrs. Frerking sang M} Task. The Frerklngs went to Dubuque Tuesday and brought home their son Norman and Wilbur Has- hebrook to spend Thanksgiving Virgil Smith, who is also attending the university, came home with the Uev. Mr. Kruse as far as Woden and his parents met him there. Dresses nre Jlnile Over— Ledynrd anil Lincoln township held a joint project meeting at A. .Q- EMERGENCY LOANS INTEREST OX UNPAID BALANCE FOR ACTUAL TIME LOAN HUNS Loans made on Automobiles, Household Goods, Live Stock, etc. Automobiles refinanced, payments reduced. Our "Inland" plan of loans will meet with your approval because they are convenient and helpful. Quick service, confidential, no signers or endorsers required. Twenty months to repay if necessary. Loans made same day as applied for. LOANS MADE TO PURCHASE MILCH COWS AT A LOW RATE OUT OF TOWN LOANS BY MAIL Repayment made on a budget schedule. Write, phone or call "INLAND" Phone 55 Algona, Iowa Office located 1st door north of Iowa State Bank. Mrs. Ellen McDonald Passes at Bancroft Smith's last week Monday, and Mrs. Leaverton gave the second lesson on making over clothes to 20 women. Many patterns were cut and ways and means of making over dresses were discussed. Some brought dresses, and their possibilities were discussed. Work will be started on the garments at the next lesson. A feature of Achievement day will be a style show, both of silk and cotton dresses. Pastor's Brother to Come— The pulpit supply committee of the local Methodist church had charge of services at the church Sunday morning. Mrs. J. H. Warburton had charge of the service, Bancroft, NW. 29—Mrs .Ellen McDonald, 79, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. A. Murray, last week Wednesday morning, after three years of diabetes. 'Funeral services were held Friday morning at 9 o'clock nit St. John's Catholic church, the Rev. C. E. Ernst officiating, and burial was made in the St. John's cemetery. Pallbearers were N. J. Schiltz, Jos. Sandschulte, N. J. Merrill, Jos. Baltz, J. H. Sheridan, and John Williams. Mrs. McDonald was born on January 5, 1854, In County Wexford, Ireland, and at 15 came to America. A brother Frank was working In Chicago as a stone mason, and he sent her the passage money. In 1873 she was married to William O'Donnell, Chicago, and eight children were born: Joseph, Thomas, Frank Dorothy, Mrs. Mary Wilkinson, Mrs Murray, Mrs. Samuel McClelsh, and John. In March, 1914, the family came farm and Editor Clemans gave an esting talk on advertising. Inter- Mrs. IS. • You save In using KC. Us* only Aft/'as much m It required of some others. Oran O'Keefe sang, The House by the Side of the Road, and Dorothy Clemans and Lorraine Smith sang a duet. The Rev. Mr. Johnson's brother Paul Is expected to be here next Sunday to take charge of the work. County Shed Fire Pnt Out— Last week Tuesday morning the fire whistle called the company to the county maintenance shed, just north of Amelia Koppen's residence. John Nelson wap, using a torch to warm the tractor engine before starting it, and.some gasoline from a leaky tank'caught fire, causing the inside of the shed to burst into flames. The shed is built of steel and the blaze was soon put out. The machine was damaged, but no one was Injured. Club Entertain Husbands— The Acorn club members entertained their husbands at a 7 o'clock dinner last week Tuesday evening at A. Q. Smith's, and 50 attended. The dinner was served buffet style, and consisted of chicken loaf, scalloped .potatoes, cranberry salad, rolls, pumpkin pie, and whipped cream and coffee. The remainder of the evening was spent at playing games. Dorcas Women to Give Teas— The Dorcas Sunday school class voted at a' recent meeting to raise its pledge for church budget by giving a series of teas. Each member will entertain 10 or more at a 10- cent tea some time during the year, Mrs. E. R. Worley entertained 14 friends last week Tuesday afternoon as the first of the series. to Bancroft and lived on a west of town. Mr. O'Donnell died November 6, 1918. Mrs. McDonald is survived by only three children: Mrs. Murray, Mrs McCleish, and John, She also lef three brothers: John, Thomas, ant Pat Cogley. She was a member o te WCOF and the Altar society. Mrs Arnold Deitering and her daughte Betty, Burlington, were here fo the funeral. Mrs. Deitering Is granddaughter whom Mrs. McDon aid reared after the latter's mother Mrs. Wilkinson, died. Four New Babies Arrive— Mr. and Mrs. Bert Quinn have new daughter, born last week Tues Th Fo wae baptized here Sunday an named Robert James. Mr. and Mr: Fred Flalg, Lone Rock, have a son born (Friday, named Roger William. day, named Patricia Cecelia, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Charles ut %vhen he came back at midnight oth back doors were open. Nothing as noticed missing. Irs. Matt, Nemmcrs Varnished— Dr. P. J. Nemmerd and Mrs. Edw. <emmers, Chicago, arrived last •eek Wednesday to Visit at the tfatt Nemmers home. They went ack Friday night. Mrs. Matt Nem- iers has been critically sick three lonths, being paralyzed from her ips down. 'wo Hnvc Operations Here— Mrs. Paul 'Selberg, Ledyard, was jperated on at the Wohnke hospital Monday morning by Drs. J. A. De- Ir.e, Bancroft, and R. M. Wallace, Mgona. Relnhard Johnson undcr- vent an operation at his home Saturday afternoon for appendicitis. Drollicr of Foth Hoys Married- Friends here received announcement of the marriage of Llllle A. Bllnkman, Algona, to John Foth, October 6 at Jackson, Minn. Mr. Foth is a brother of Tony', Adolph, and Frank Foth, Bancroft. Other Bancroft News. Viola Merrill, who had spent a week with her parents, returned THANKSGIVING IS OBSERVED AT LONE ROCK Lone Rock, Nov. 29—The Frank Plalgs had as Thanksgiving guests Mrs. Plalg's mother, Mrs. Claude Ackerman and family, and the Jim Ackermans. The A. A. Kruegers entertained the Rev. S. At. Glad- stones. The 'Fred Genrlehes Were guests at Roy Zunkel's. The C. E. Householders entertained tlfcj Calvin Householders and Ralph Rledels. The Charles Morrises were guests at Albert Krueger's,. Fairmont. The Bnos Worthington family, Mallard, spent the day at his mother, Mrs. Llllle Worthlngton'e. Mr. and Mrs. George Kllnk, Tltonka, spent . the day at M. B. Blanchard's. Mrs. Lil- lle Thompson and daughter Neva entertained the Ralph and Walter Thompsons-. College Students at Home— College students spending Thanksgiving vacation at home are Gordon and Donald Blanchard, Helen Radig, Howard Blanchard, State Teacher's college, Cedar Falls; Vera Morris, Ames; Beulah Gladstone, Coe; and Gladys Stebrltz, Hamilton Business till Mrs. Mrs. Sunday to Waterloo, where she is attending a beauty school. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Merrill, daughter Mary, and son Joe took her there. Gladys Stebrltz, Mason City, spent the week-end with her mother, Jessie Stebrltz. Miss Stebrltz attends the Hamilton business college, and Mrs. Stebrltz operates the Bancroft college, Mason City, holder, teacher In a Ruth rural House- school J»ent «* .f«* ** . Maltott *£«* *he resumed «solleg« tfolrki' Mrs. William Kralise accompanied her daughter, "the Orvilie ttosert- dahls, Superior, to Charles City, last Thursday, where they visited, Sunday nt Frank Crayton's. Crnyton is a daughter of Krause. The Otis Sanders had as Sunday- guests Mr. Sander's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes Sanders .Elmore, and Ernest Sanders, Loogootee, Ind., his parents, Mr. n'nd Mrs. John Sanders, and son Clyde, Swea City. The Cnlvln Householders had as Sunday guests Ralph Wolfe and a friend, Waterloo, the Rex Wolfes and daughter Edith, and IT. W. Wolfe, Fenton, and Ellen Wolfe, Of Whlttemore. The P. T. A. will meet next week Thursday evening. A Christmas program will be given. A play toy the 5th and Gth grades, and a play by the parents are also on the program. Mrs. .tilllle Thompson, daughter Neva, and the Walter Thompsons drove to Buffalo Center Sunday to visit the Clarence Schendels. Mrs. Schendel Is Mrs. Thompson's niece. The Mother's club will meet next week Wednesday at, Mrs. Calvin Householder's, Mrs. Andrew Thompson and Mrs. V. V. Frye assisting hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. John Sprank, and Alma Madison left Monday morning Just Arrived! Another Car Sunshine Beauty Shoppe. Georgia Cat-mean went to Rock- Mrs. Flaig was Mary O'Donnell. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Zielske have a son, •born Saturday. Cream Station Again Entered— The Yegge cream station.was entered again Thanksgiving night. This is the station in front of which William Alyey was murdered. Richard Thompson, employed there, wae at the station that night at 8:30, and everything was all right then, ford, 111., last week Wednesday night and returned Sunday night. She visited her sister, Mrs. Earl Elliot. Mise Carmean Is teacher In high school here. Mrs. Jos. Recker entertained at 3 tables of (bridge at her home Saturday. Sylvia Nurre won the high score; Mrs. Charley Baker, low. Rosemary Nurre got a travel prize, Francis Lonergan and Evans Carmean, Des Molnes, spent Thanks- giving'with their parents here. The boys are attending the Des Molnes School /of- Pharmacy. ••.•••• . J. D. Brophy, Chicago, was here on business the most of last week He stayed at P. A. Lonergan's. near Swea City, spent her vacation at the parental C. E. Householder's. Teachers Hare Vacation— fLone Rock schools closed last week Thursday and Friday for the Thanksgiving vacation. Teachers who went home were Juanita Dunn, Alta; (Floy Jonee, Chester; Evelyn Behrmann, Bancroft; Ruth Cross, 3urlew: Those spending the time out of town were Harriet Fish, Minneapolis; V. V. Fryes, Cylinder; Supt. L. E. Godfreys, at Mr. and Mre. Baumbarger.'s, Estheryille. Blanchard!) Hare H*nnlon— The M. E. Blancharde held a reunion at Alex Krueger'B Sunday. Attending were the Fred Genrlches, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Blanchard, son Howard, the Edward Blanchards, Mr. and (Mre. Delmar Angus, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough, for Rochester, Minn., where Mr. operation Out of William Blanchards and Mrs. Florence Hoover, Humtooldt. l&uriel. and. George ..Long, town visitors were the First B. B. Game Is Lost— Lakota's basketball boys lost to Bancroft 15-14 last week Tuesday in FAMILY GROUPS IN BURT FOR THANKSGIVING •Burt, Nov. 29—J. Rlppentrops had relatives at Thanksgiving dinner: .he Geroge and Lynn Kuchenreu- thers Titonka; the Harold Kuchen- reuthers and Bertha and Gertrude Kuchenreuthei-, Algona; Mrs. Frank Rawko and Mrs. Frank Schuster, Titonka. Winsome Volentine, Sanborn teacher, spent the vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mre. A G. Volentine. Mrs. Carrie Melnzer daughter Anna, and Mr. and Mre. R E. Kautzky, Fort Dodge, were at A. H. Melnzer's. Lura Bewick, Harris teacher, was with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. A. Sewlck. Edward Paine, Ames, spent the holiday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E: iPalne, and Mrs. Paine and her daughter 'Sarah took him with pneumonia, but Is a little bet- Bed Cross Drive Success The Red Cross drive Better Coffee Every Time! the first game of the season. Ley, Melvin Schroeder, Max here last Bridge Party Is Glren— , Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jensen • entertained four tables of bridge last Friday evening.' Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. week was successful, $51.51 being contributed. This was considerably above the sum raised last year. Mrs. Ida Anderson Sick- Mrs. Ida Anderson wae confined to bed by sickness most of last week, but Is much improved. Legion Dance Tomorrow Night— The Legion post will give a. dance In the hall this week Friday even- Ing. Other Butt News. Mrs. Sarah Turnbull, Cedar "Falls, and her daughter Helen visited from last week Wednesday till Saturday at the Rev. S. H. Aten's. Irene Aten, student at Cedar 'Falls, came with them and remained until Monday. The Turnbulls lived here 12 years ago. E. O. Chipman, daughter Vara, and Norma Bettin went to Mason last week Wednesday and E. M. Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger, and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Shellito, Ames. Mr..and Mrs. Shellito won high prize, Mr. and Mrs. Cotton low. Declam Tilt to bo Held— The junior high declamatory contest will be held thia week, and winners will represent Lone Rock In the contest to be held at Burt next week Wednesday evening. Lone Rock is grouped with Burt, Fenton, Lu Verne, and Wesley. Each school Sprank underwent an Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Shellito and daughter Norma came last week Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving at N. L. Cotton's. They returned Sunday. The J. M. Blanchards drove to Cedar Falls Sunday, taking their sons Gordon and Donald. Howard Blanchard and Helen Radlg back to college. The Sewing Circle met at Frank Flalg's last week Tuesday, evening 18 being present. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mrs. Llllle Worthlngton. returned from Hampshire, 111., last week Tuesday, after vteitlng her daughter, Mrs. Frank Dlettloff. Muriel and George Long spent last Thursday at their uncle William Blanchard's, Humboldt, and vlelted In 'Des Molnes Friday. The B. O. Rodericks, Mason City, were Sunday guests at N. A. Nay- lor'e.. Mrs. Mary Roderick returned with them 'for a visit. A son. was born last week to Mr. and Mre. Edward Allen, Iowa Falte. Mrs. Allen was formerly Catherine Wolfe. Mervin Christeneon returned last BLUE STAR COAL will be on track this week! Phone Z29 F. S. Norton & Son week .Tuesday from Omaha and he exhibited will send speakers to the at Wesley and Burt. contests Chisel Cats Gash Over Eye— Hlldreth Pettlt was accidentally cut by a chisel above the right eye last week Tuesday- while working in the Frank. Flalg blacksmith shop. The gash required five stitches. B. B, Team Plays Seneca— The high school basketball team will play Seneca there Friday even- Kansas City, where cattle. The Mite society will hold Its annual dinner Friday at the local church. Prices are 15 and 25 cents. Mrs. Charilea Fischer and grandson, Swea City, were Saturday call- ere at Mrs. Llllie Worthir.gton's. Mr. and (Mrs. Rodney Brandt, ] Smet, were last 'Friday guests ' Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz. An eight pound 'boy, Roger William, was born to Mr. and Mrs, Fred Flalg Friday. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Godfredson, of Ringsted, were Sunday guests at Glen Sharp's. Elizabeth Jensen, Graettlnger, spent the week-end at E. M. Jensen's, The Larkln club met Monday with Mrs. Alex Krueger. MODERATE CHARGES Our experience in the profession has tau us that there are many persons who i afford to pay large sums for funeral vices. To those in moderate circumstan we offer our assurance of comprehei services at moderate prices. The final decisions rest in the hands those making the selections, for we haj something to meet the requirements of i Laird & McCullougl FUNERAL DIRECTORS We Furnish National Caskets PHONE 621 ALGONA, HNS Bil O'Keefe, Robert Hamilton, and Lewis Price formed the • first team, Herman Weringa substitute. with T!. H. Team Is Organized— A group of girls met with Helen Ame last week Wednesday and or- Kanized a basketball team. Mildred Barger was elected president, Marie Weringa, vice president, and Dorothy Clemans, publicity manager. C. E. Play Given nt- Church— The local senior Christian Endeavor society put on a play, The Indian Trail, at the Presbyterian church Sunday night. Mrs. Lucile Ley directed, and a good crowd was out. Other Lakota News. The Sam Warburtons, of Swea Ti- and Myron Chipman back Sunday. Dean Clapsaddle, Coe college, came for the week-end with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle. Leona Lichter, Algona, also spent the week-end at Clapsaddle's. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cox, their baby, and Evelyn Martin went to Grimes for Thanksgiving- and a few days with Mrs. Cox's parents. Evelyn did not return with them. Maybelle Gray, Morningside, wae with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Gray. The W. T. and H. W. Trainers, the J. G. McDonalds, and the R. F. Elvldges were at Mrs. Maude Hanna's. 'Myron Chipman, Ames, spent the vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Chipman. Leo Vinaas, Geneva, 111., spent from last Thursday till Sunday with his parents, air. and Mrs. M. L. Vinaas. The William and Roy Ringadorfs went to Maxwell lust Thursday for Thanks- ELECTRIC COFFEE MAKERS Coffee that is always mellow, rich and satisfying is easy to make in the Coleman Coffee Maker. Brews it the "no-boil" way, retaining all the fragrance and Savor. The Colonial model is beautiful in design. Finished in special process, extra durable nickel plate. Six or 9 cup sizes. Ebonized handle. Has extra large heating element. The non-spill spout is a feature you'll like. Extra quality cord and plug. This attractive coffee maker is an fc}gf»l gift for any occasion. See Your Local Dealer or W'ltt to Tb« ColwMui Ump & Stova Co. WiehiU, tUni. PhiLdelphi., P.. t>. 111. Thanksgiving. The E. O. and C. B. Chipmans had Thanksgiving dinner at M. M. Chipman's, Alden Wintes, Glenwood, S. D., spent two daye early in the week at •his cousin L. H. Schenck's, and from here went to Bancroft to visit his sister, Mrs. William Anderson. The Presbyterian Mite society meets at Mrs. A. H. Melnzer's this week Wednesday; Mrs. Lewis >Larsen and Mrs. J. G. McDonald, assisting hostesses. •Mrs. R. E. Gabriel, Armstrong, and a eon visited over Thanksgiving with Mrs. Gabriel's sister, Mrs. M. M. Chipman. Mr. Gabriel came for Thanksgiving day. Ernest Kruger accompanied Charles Morrises to Fairmont the last cember 9. Thursday for Thanksgiving dinner at Mr. Kruger's son's. A program was given by the school taught by Luella Mae Collicott Chicken Pox Epidemic— An epidemic of chicken pox has started in the schools, many children toeing sick during Thanksgiving vacation. Other Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dransfeldt and the L. R. . Rodericks were Thanksgiving guests at the Mesdames Dransfeldt and Roderick's mother's, Mrs. Margaret Davidson, Mason City. Mrs. Roderick continued to Cedar 'Falls for an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. (Burl Wirth. Charles Zoller, son of Carl Zoller, Nora Springs, spent last Thursday with the Frederick Schultzes. , Mr. and Mrs. Schultz took him home Sunday. Gladys Stebritz accompan- WELL MAKE YOU/ VERY SUCCESSFUL SANTA! 666 City, the Alrec Boeckholts, of tonka, the Joe Faulkners, the Gus Torines, and Mrs; N. E. Noble were quests at J. H. Warburton's for. Thanksgiving. Rosalia and Elmo Crosby, who are visiting at the E. A. Clemanses, received word that an uncle at Colo had died, and Mrs. E. W. Clemans took them down to attend the funeral Saturday. I John Smith left for Dubuque Sunday afternoon, taking his son Virgil and Wilbur Hassebrook back to the university after they had spent Thanksgiving at home. The P. L. Koppens drove to Des Moines last week Tuesday and took Florence back to work after a three months vacation. They returned the same evening. The Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Ukena, Jesup, came last Thursday afternoon for turkey dinner with the latter's parents that evening. They returned Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Mollrath and daughter, of Grinnell, are visiting- Mrs. Mellrath's sister, Mrs. Jacob Tel- camp, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Bloom. The R. E. Hamqulsts and Audrey Hastings drove to Minneapolis last week Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with Guy's mother, Mrs. Ray more. Mrs. Bert Amelsburg and daughter, Mrs. Alice JCahl, are still al Iowa City with Mrs. Jennie Jergenson, who is seriously ill at the hospital. The Presbyterian Missionary society will meet with Mrs. George Heetland Thursday. Mrs. W. E Ley is assisting hostess. The E. R. Worteys went to Maeon City Friday to visit Mrs. Worley's parents. They returned Saturday. Mrs. Hugo Sleper, south of town who has been ill for some months was reported worse last week. Maud and Ed Clark and Bert and Quince Coder were Thanksgiving guests at Elmer Darg's. giving at W. 'B. Shipler's. TABLETS - SALVE Cbeelu Cold* first day, Headaches or Xwuraitflu In 34 mlaotes, Malaria In * d»ys. tWtt SULV£ tot head colds. Known. The John Alberts, of near Swea City, were Sunday guests at Henry Patterson's. Andrew Jensen had an attack of appendicitis last week, but. is recovering. YOIIIIB- People Here Married- Eunice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ward, Wessington Springs, S. D., and Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Burger, east of Burt, were married last week Wednesday evening at Wesley. Mrs. Floss Shipler and Tom Ellefson attended them. Mrs. Burger, who had been making her home here with her grandmother, Mrs. C. H. Reynolds, was wi- loyed at the Beckworth cafe for ome time. Oman's Club Hears Program— The Woman's club met Monday evening at the Mrs. W. T. Peters home. Roll call was on noted Amer- can women; Women in the Making of America, Mrs. F. E. Rutoey; Four Women Who Played Their Parts, Susan B. Anthony, Mrs. J. W. Dor- ranee; Lucy Stone, Lulu Hawcott; Jane Addams, Mrs. Al Staehle; Abi;ail Adams, Mrs. Maude Hanna; Iowa Laws on Property Rights of Women, Mrs. W. A. Peters. AV. H. M. S. Conducts Church Hour The W. H. 'M. S. had charge of morning services at the 'Methodis church Sunday. The main feature was a missionary play, Janey, by Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel, Vera Chapman Mrs. F. L. Pratt, Mrs. J. E. Clifton Norma Bettin, Ellen Volentine, and Caroline Carr. Other numbers wen songrs by the Home Guards am Mother's Jewels, and music by the orchestra- Surprise Honors Pastor's Wife— 'Fifty friends of Mrs. J. E. Cliftor surprised her by going to her horn last week Tuesday evening to hel her celebrate a birthday and takin, her to the Methodist church fo games, etc. Father of Burt Woman Stricken- Mrs. Martin Lareen and Mrs. Har vey Graham spent much of las week at the bedside of their father John Jennings, Titonka, who had stroke a week ago. Schroedcr Daughter Has Pneuinojil Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Schrwder daughter Opal, Carlsbad, N. .teacher, has been critically sic $30O OR LESS Families living In Algona and Inline- dlnto vicinity can secure financial assistance on short notice. We make loiins of $!IOO or less on very reasonable terms, llepay us with one small uniform payment each month. If desired, you liavo 20 months to pay. We accept furniture, automobile, livestock, etc., as security, which remains In your possession. If you wish a loan, phone, write or SCO CUNNINGHAM & LACY Plione 598 Aljrona Representing Federal Finance Co.. Des Holnes We are now showing a most complete assortment] SLEDS, SKATES, VELOCIPEDES WAGONS AND TOYS ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES And Kitchen Ware of all kinds ALADDIN LAMPS SHOT GUXS RIFLES Do your Christmas shopping here. Kohlhaas Portland township last week 'ednesday evening. Irma Davison, Sioux Rapids eacher, spent the Thanksgiving va- tkm with her -parents, Mr. and rs. W. J. Davison. The Donald Salisburys, Trenton, lo., came last week Tuesday to isit at Mr. Salisbury's brother reward's. The Geo. P. Hawcotts spent hanksgiving with Mrs. Hawcott's nother, Mrs. (Bertha Wallace, Maon City. Raymond Strong was called to itory City one day last week by ew of the sicknees.<of a grarid- ather. The Jesse Thoresons went to Tarnhamville Sunday to visit riends and be guests at a venison inner. iMrs. Mary Orchard, of Charles Hty, is spending a few weeks with ler grand-niece, Mrs. R. W. Rash. The J. T. Heaneys spent Thanks- ivlng with Mrs, Heaney's mother at Prescott, Wis.- The Fortnightly club met last week Wednesday at 'Mrs. M. M. ihipman's. The Birthday Circle meets this week Thursday with Mrs. 'C. H. Reynolds. The Epworth League had a party at the Methodist church Friday evening. The Burt 4-H club met Saturday with the leader, Myrtle Hanna. At This Store-As Usual - A Bright S] For Both Children and Also Grown Ul Our lower floor is filled to overflowing with tpyt for bpyt and girls, and more moderately than ever before. Bring the children to tee the latest n»a and the old favorites—they'll enjoy it, and so will Gas Bloating Does eating even the simplest food make your stomach and bowels fill up with gas until you think you're going to suffocate? Then just try this before you eat: Take a tablespoonful of artificial digestive juice such a« you are supposed to have In your'stomach naturally (druggists call It "mentha pepsin") and you'll have no more trouble. No gas. No pain, no bloating. No distress of any kind. Money back' says 3B. W. druggfet, any time that j»entha eln fails to give rellof. Christmas Shopping can be done here with ease You are cordially invited to see our store in it* holiday attire. A TREASURE HOUSE OF CHRISTMAS GIFTS Christensen Bros* Co "The Store With fa Chriltniaj %irif

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