1932. 116 HAVE INNERS AT UTVIRNE Nov. 29— Family din- order " ast Thur sday. A 1J. Spooner's the Lloyd Verne, were Fort' Codge, the George Hason City. t>r. .Dwight Rochester, and the May- gathered. The God- at'De Rae God- Community Problems of ?."the Sanfords and Llndebaks | Lauritssen n rwirtk Sanford'si'/the Geo. Wat- George Thtj • Falls, the Wilson and arid the P. C. Llch- You . it the ^rental Fred Legler'sr T I, MchtyS, the F. I. Chap- I. H. Benedicts, the W. ithe •ard, and the James rith, at Irvln Chapman's. The Eustaces were, hosts to Mrs. jn and Edw. Bedkln, Akron, [r, and Mrs. 'Fred Williams, ill Mrs. Frank Williams, and Mrs. Palmer Holmes, all of 'linp.son Mrs D Gladys Nolan, uml"l llm «eU 'a« H. II. Hoys •i/ast week Tuesday ' for the next meeting In HIP in homo games. Tho reserve ost to Tltonka. 10-11, and the team won, 20-14, in a c , 080 , Ledyarcl l e[1 B -4 In the firs (luarter the fi cor 0 was tied, , . 0 „«., uef , g.D. The L..L. Anderson, 14 -». Kllnkslck and Thompson ^ ' wc " and Jlstle, ,, - ••- ~--".v;i. Barnes and others were substitutes. Cecil I'll) gig |s Married— Last week Wednesday, at Rake nlr i-\titj-> n *i -__ . * took the man . inge P inglo and Ida Haugen. Attending ftom hore: Mr. and Mrs. Albert « . i PIngle, Mrs. Alvln and her family. The couple will live at Albert West's. Tcnclicrs Ruth Jones spent Thanksgiving .With ; (Mrs. "Anderson's were forwards; Nit-/, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, Buai ' ', u. S. Grants were at Peter json'e. Mrs. : William Elite fivith her mother, Mrs. Kate Humboldt, and Dolores Wol- i«i teacher, came 'home. Tho Wolfs and Mrs. Barbara Irlnger were at Martin Loth- ii-ls, Moorland, and 'Irene and i Swenson, teachere, were at j. Mr. and. Mrs. OH. E. were at V. E. Stone's, Ma- Clty. ; : \ or Aw for ianksglving was a time for and homegoings here. j people from away who came Milton Woito, West Bend ier] Josephine Donaldson, state fers college; (Doris (Baddeley, lontas teacher;_ Bern ice Scrib- taking nurses' training at j hospital, Fort Dodge. Mr. and JH. H. Phillips, accompanied by hy Helmlck, Estherville teach- !nt to the Helmdck home at Jiton; the Max 'Pattersons drove anger; the Dehne.rta went to srlcksburg; Anna'.Murray spent |day with Livermore relatives; Misses Skinner; and Raor'da and I Morrison were" at. Algona; -Nor- partridge visited 'her .parents at tonna, Mnln.; (Fred Graham \ to his home at Prairie City. I Workers Elect Officers— |e Loyal WorKers 4-H"club met ' night at Ethel Bowman's, 11 i and ten parents attending-., i were elected: president, El- iunt; vice, Cora Mae Masterson; y,'Bertha Bowman; treas- \ Roberta Maafereon; historian, , Neal; reporter, Eileen' Neal. s were laid for a -local Achieve- I day December 30. • |ptlon for Pnlr Xeivlyweds— ', and Mrs. Gail Hayes ' and Connell, Green Castle, Mo., •week visited the William Zent|Albert Schipulls, •. and Wilson where the men formerly i Hayes wore and Alice Duffy, her sister, witnesses. A wedding breakfast was |served at the home of the bride's ]le ,. e ' parents to 25 relatives and friends. The nowlyweds left for Ryan, 111., to visit the new .Mn at Brooklyn; Adelaide Randall at her home, Mason City; Gladys Nolan, at Guthrle Center; Marjorie Stranahan, at Fayctte; Genevieve Ivitley, at Hardy; Harold and Mildred Granner, at Paton. Former Bunker's Widow Here— Mrs. E. G. Rich, Fairmont, was here Friday, on business. Her deceased husband was for many years a banker here and played a large part in Ledyard's development when it was a hay center. Couple Married at Algonit— Ervln Bauman and Bernlce Er- mlter, Armstrong, were married Friday at Algona. They have Ervin's grandfather's farm, southeast of town. E. T. Hnlrorson Loses Uncle— Mllo Halvorson, Buffalo Center, WHITTEMORE GIRL MARRIED Other Ledyard News. o Wlllla.ni Wenzclls, Mr. and August Sprank, and Mrs.' Jack drove to Mason City last week Tuesday, and the former's daughter, Eva Maude, 'came borne with them for Thanksgiving-. The Methodist W. F. M. S. met last week Tuesday with Mrs. Glen inhnko. Mrs. Nlester led devotions; Airs. Yahnke, on stewardship; and Mm. Mayer gave the lesson. Mrs. I-iink sang a solo. Mrs. Geo. D. Moulton was hostess to Mesdames Jack Welfare, Ace Warner, Tlce Brack, George Thompson, nnd Charles Hilferty at Methodist tea last week Tuesday. The Oeroge Thompsons spent Thanksgiving a t Irvln Chapman's, Lu Verne. The Leon Wordens and Clifton Engclbys were at Edw. Campbell's, Seneca. Alvin Carpenter left last Thursday for Cedar Rapids, and Mrs. D. T3. Mayer and Marjorie,accompanied him as far as Waterloo. They returned Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. .Barrett spent from last Thursday till Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ranoy, near Llvermoro. The Jack Welfares and Mr. and Airs. Charles Hilferty, were Thanksgiving guests at the William Watts home at Janesvilje, Minn. The Nick Bei-ens family, of Lakota, spent last week 'Wednesday evening at the Mrs. Blanche Jenks home. Mrs. Tilimoney left last week Wednesday for Ames to spend the winter with her son John. Julius Jensons, Buffalo Center, spent lost Thursday at Glen Yahnke's. ' Janice Williams, Van Meter teacher, spent. Thanksgiving at L. "W. Wiemer's. . . H. C. Moelletv Cedar Falls, visited the schools -last week Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. 'Charles Hilferty went to Sac City Friday, returning Sunday. Whittemore, Nov. 2!)—A wedding ( took place Thanksgiving day at S-.30 I at St. CSrich.'icl'e Catholic church, i Father William Veil performing the Oakdale for Thanksgiving with Mary Alma .O'Brien,, and Eileen C. O''Brien, who had been visiting there and at Iowa City a week, came home with them. The Erwln Heidenwiths, accompanied by Otto Ohm, Lotts Creek, jancl his son Martin, spent last week Wednesday. he-re. The men attended the Peter Dahlhauser Jr. sale, and airs. Heidenwith visited at her husband's brother Arthur's. Lust Thursday dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Johnson, Mai- KOSatTTH COttNTY ADVANCE. AmoMA FENTON FOLKS ENTERTAIN ON THANKSGIVING Fenton, Nov. 29—Among pemons entertaining at Thanksgiving -dinners were the Mike Wetsbrods, who had as guests the Rev. J. T. Snyders nnd the E. C. Welsbrods. Mr.' and Mrs. W. J. Welsbrod entertained their daughter, Mrs. Hugo Denker, of Lester, and her family and another daughter, Florence Weisbrod, Des MoincB. Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt was hostess to the Clarence Welsbrods, Rlngsted, Mrs. Ursula Welsbrod, the E A. Weisbrods, the John Lights, and the Melvin Mansagers. Editor and Mrs. .T. A. Schwartz had as guests the H. N. Wllbergs, Rlngsted, Mr. and Mrs. C. IF. C. Laage, Edith Laage, Waldemar Laage, A. H. Peterson, and A.-P. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reimers entertained the Raymond "Reimers .family, Rlngsted, and the F. H. Bohns. Mr. day; guests: Mesdames Emma Curry, John Ulfers,' R. C. Goetsch, Hattie Weisbrod, W. E. Stober, J. F. Newel, and Bute Newel. South Dnkotans visit Mere— •Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Brandt, De Smet, S. D., arrived Saturday evening for an over-Sunday visit at Clarence Theesfeld's. Mrs. Theesfeld and Mrs. Brandt are cousins. •a 11 ,i * ,.r . , r 'f rvr .u, ' meets at the Methodist church .this week Thurs- GOOD HOPE PEOPLE HOSTS TO GUESTS FOR THANKSGIVING Good Hope, Nov. 29 — Thankselv- lng was observed by. Good Hope PAGE THRUM Mr. and Mrs. Kmll Mlttag, was seriously elck ten days with threatened pneumonia, 'but Is now much improved, and speedy recovery is expected. Christmas Programs tinder Way— Committees and members of the Good Hope and Whittemore Sunday schools are busy with for Christmas programs, Other Good Hope. Irene McDonnell, of was a, week-end guest at Hugh McMahon's. The Good Hope S. S. attendance Sunday was 64. lows: At Knoll's, the Rev. and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell, Armstrong, student, who "hitch-hiked" home in a few hours, with lees than five mtlee on foot (a contrast to an Iowa City student who started home on and Mrs. E. A. Huskarhp had as' <laj ' & uee te there were Mr. and Mrs. _ _, -M T- "••« »•••.«! VI JJ» i'Jl. 1LA..J I 1^1 1, ^1,1 illObl VJI t£ J day; (Mrs. R. 10. Goetsch and Mrs. C. and their son Arthur, Morningside G. Humphrey, hostesses. S. S. Clnss In Get-Togcther— The Methodist young men's and young women's Sunday school class- i Wednesday for Thanksgiving' with es had a party at the church last ] his folks at Spirit Lake, and had week Wednesday evening. Girl for Clyde Hrooks Family— A 7-lb. girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brooks, Cedar Falls, last Thursday. Mrs. Brooks was formerly Viola Light. Other Venlon News. Margaret Scare, Radcliffe, came last Thursday for a few days at the parental Sam Scare's. Other Sun- guests the Dr. J. T. Waites, and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Gootach entertained Tla( JolHfe, Howard Robertson, Ne- Lester Haugland and Zelma Scare, thc Frank Baileys. The Raymond Stoebers were guests of the parental W. E. Stofrbers. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haaae were hosts to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Haase, of Donnellson, the H. H. Wlddels, and tho Walter Wlddels. Tho William Huekamps were guests of the Hans Baagos, near Ringsted. Among- persons spending Thanksgiving out of town were the following members o£ the schools faculty: Margie Klelnheksel, to Archer; Mathilda Kressln, to Northwood, Minn.; Esther Smith, to Swea City; Verllna loerger, to Carpenter; Mr. and Mrs. B. D. White, to Rockford. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Newel, who left last week Wednesday and returned Saturday, visited the latter's mother at Waldorf and her, sister at Farlbault, Minn. The W. P. Wels- brods were guests of Mrs. J. C. Kresensky, Algona, and Mrs. Weisbrod and her daughters Lena Ree and Rachael remained till 'Saturday, returning home with Mrs. Wels- brod's brother. Lewie Kresensky ancj his wife, who were returning to their home at Mankato. The Crales Newels, , the E. J. Franks, Mrs. G. B. Johnson, and Mrs. Kate Newel were entertained at Le Roy Newel's, Hartley, and Mrs. Kate Newel remained for a longer visit, returning Sunday. A family dinner was held at the Walter Jentz home Mark Simmons Theodore Krtieger, Lone Rock, and son Harold, and • daughter Elma, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wolfgram, .the Arthur Muellers, the. Clarence Thees- felds, the Fred Jentz family, the Delbert .Hannas, William Jentz Sr., William Jentz . Jr., Harve Higley, and Elma Wolfgram. Mrs. T>eart Nellis, Renwlck, and a daughter spent last week at the parental C. F. Kerr's, and Mr. N,ellis joined them on Thanksgiving <j ay . Dr. John Sanftner spent Thanksgiving at the parental August Sanft- attended by the family, Fairmont, |given foi •day evening, 30 attending! er Plays In Broadcast— Roy, primary teacher : the Jnst two year,s, took part musical program from WOI Bay afternoon by sister, Ham Hooker's. Erwln stayed till Sunday. George Carmody, : Talilo nonquota Tans-lit— reive J. J. members heard a Friday at .Mrs. Walter Dinners Honor (list Jtlrlhdiiv— Mm. Trenary and a daughter, and Mrs. Govern and three children, all I bouquets, with Mrs. Lloyd ' as teacher. Mrs. B. W. 'Me ion was a gues.t of the'club. ' In Verne Girt Dies— nea F. I. Chapman, J. 0. S. Lund, and Oil-over with Lottie and W. B. Ma | attended the funeral of Mrs Slmmone-Lalng at Algona 'ay. [Hear Colored Binders— '•11 house was at the Methodls Friday evening, when the [college colored eingers gave of mugle and readings fc-will offering was taken for pent, flar [Rev. and then learned'to makei° f Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Alii- son and Mrs. Harold Kuecker and her children, all of Algona, and -Mrs. James Crawford surprised Mrs. P. J. Locke Saturday afternoon, November 19, a-t J. B. Walker's in honor of her 91st birthday. Last week Sunday evening Mrs. Walker entertained at dinner the Roy T3justroms, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker, and a Mrs. Cooke, all of Algona, honoring Mrs. Locke. Turkey Dinner for Thanksgiving— A turkey dinner was served in three courses last Thursday at R. O. Bjustrom's, Algona. The menu follows: fruit cocktail, mashed potatoes, gravy, turkey, salad, cranberries, escalloped corn, buns, pickles, coffee, pie. Guests were Arthur Locke, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Walker, sons -Ralph and Lloyd, Lillian 'Heidenwith, all of Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kuecker, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker, John Nichols all of Algona. H. S. Pupils Rehearse Play— Some pupils on the basketball team are practicing a play for December 11. Miss Lynch, B. -B. chaperon, is coaching. Taking parts are Lester Quinn, Leo Doegotch, Edwin Mallory, Grace Carlisle, Lydia Meyer, June Wehrspan, Bei-nice Balgeman, and Lillian Heidenwith. B. B. Teams Lose First Games— The boys' and girls ' -basketball teams both lost their first games at West Bend last week Tuesday night the girls, 29-4, the boys, 40-6. This week Tuesday the boys play St. John's -Bancroft, there, and Friday night the Cylinder boys and girls play here. Glass Cuts Woodward's Foot- Doctor H. E. Woodward, veterinarian here, stepped on glass one day last week and suffered a deep gash. IJtHe Girl's Elton' Broken— Juanita Kelso fell last week Wednesday and fractured an elbow. Other Whittemore News. Pheasant dinner guests at Mike Koppen'e a week ago Sunday were Mrs. Lizzie Koppen, son Frank, daughter Uly, Algona; Mike's mother-, the Joseph Koppens, and Mrs. Koppen's sister, Vivian Duton, Livermore; Mr. and Mrs. Matt KreJxsbach and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Welder The dinner was in honor or Ma-, and Ms. Felder, who leave soon or California. . Delores Finnell, Rockwell teacher, and Lillian Heidenwith were supper guests at Supervisor Balgemans Saturday evening. Bernlce and Bath in were hostesses. Ruth re- Sunday to Sheffield, where 8he teaches. Supervisor and Mrs. BMW, spent the^ week-end .t Next Saturday— • Presbyterian AW will hold its i bazaar and serve a public 'at the city hall this week V- A fancywork sale begins • m. [Anniversary Celebrated— "esbyterlan Junior Endeavor "i its first anniversary Sun• with a program and re- >r Lii Verne News. I Mrs. Archie Saitford will P daughter Geraldirie to this week Tuesday for and HITS. H. C, Allen will them to see her eon Ed• Oakdale. •iiti!^ 1 nurs e Jn training at P»«an hospital, Hampton, is •">»• recovering from illness. wv Stone visited her par- and (Mrs, C. Schroes, last week, and Mrs. V4gto* Kolman, !<w , at the Parental Fi-ed ia ^s last week. Scribner had as lard; Ruth Baseman, teacher ati 1101 "' 6 ' Sw «a City.' The K. O. Steph- jSheffield; Oscar Schattschneider i e " SOns . were at Jullus Peterson's, 'and the George Baliwmans lAlffpna. and the Elmer Weisbrods at j The William Koehneckes came! Mra ' Weisbl- od's slster'% Klemme. jkist week Wednesday from Sheldon i The Ol J ' ste Phensons were guests | to be Thanksgiving guests at Wil-i nt Mitchell's, near Algona, and Koehnecke i the °- H ' Schl "idts were at Scjuaire Hudson's, Bunt! Students and Tencliers Home— were i,„„•„;;;_-,,;;—r.""::,: 1 "" 01 .'."-" 1 -••••."='"- Among teachers and students home for Thanksgiving were; Irene Newel, Belmond; -Frances Bailey, of Bribt; Florence Welsbrod, DCS Moines; Arthur Kuecker. Ames; Edith Laage and Karl Schwartz, Cedar Rapids; Lucille Weisbrod, Ds Moines; Derwood Eigler, Omaha and Alice Glaus, Mankato. ponton Woman's Mother Sick— Emmctsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Dltsworth, Algona, were last Thursday dinner guests of Mrs. Ditsworth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heldt. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schattschneider spent last Thursday. w,ith Mr. Schattschneider's sister, Mrs. Ferdinand Heise, Easton, Minn. Sick last week were Peter Schumacher, Irene Vaudt, Mrs. Raymond Esser, P. W. Kollasch, and Rosella Besch. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wassen, Des Moines, visited the latter's parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Peter Foxsen, las week. Mrs. (Fred Kollasch, Swea Citj spent Friday afternoon with he sister, Mrs. Tony Schmidt. Tom, son of Mr. and Mra. Jame Butler, is at home, after some tim at an Iowa City hospital. The John Gappas, of Hollandale visited over Thanksgiving at Mrs Peter Haag's. Cathie <Jrov« Sexton The Sunday school had a hard times party at Peo. Olsen's Friday evening, 26 .persons attending. There will be another party in December Marie Harris and Edith Greenflek "entertaining. Ruth Miller, teaching at Quasqueton, spent the Thanksgiving vacation with her -parents, Mr. and Mrs W. Z. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven, 'Burt and the Mack Wise and Henry Phillips families spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. G. B. Wise. Pearl 'Steven, teaching at Hudd .spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven and attended the S. S. party Friday night. Mrs. George Rohlin, Swea City, and her children spent last week with the former's mother, Mrs. Lottie Johnson, The W. C, Taylors spent Thanksgiving and the week-end at Corydon with Mrs. Taylor's father, Jacob Mitchell. Mrs. B. E. Sanders spent the week-end at Mason City, Lotts Creek Herman Reisner suffered a. gashed wrist Friday while he was sawing wood at Arthur Rusch's. I£ was necessary to have three or four stitches ;aken to close the wound. A birthday party was given' recently at William Lauck's. Gueste: Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Elbert, daughter Marvel, Otto Eltoert, and tho ieorge Winkels. The entertainment was 600. 'The William Wetzels, the Richard Potratz family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reisner, Mr. and Mrs. Otto L'eisner attended the funeral of Mrs. at the Lutheran church, Al- last week Wednesday. Krwsln, Fenton, teacher, spent her'Thanksgiving vacation at Northwood with relatives- Mr. and Mrs. 1C O. Stephenso were called to Algona Sunday b; news of the sudden illness of th latter's niother, Mrs. Julius Peter son, who was operated on for ap pendicitis that evening. Mrs. Steph enson remained there, and Mrs. F P. Newel is substitute teacher. Colored Sing-erg Please Audience— The Rust college negro singers, o Holly (Springs, Miss., gave a musica program at the Methodist churcl last Thursday evening, and a larg. crowd praised it highly. The group was entertained at a Thanksgiving dinner at Mrs. Mary Kohlstedt's. Alfronlans Are Entertained Here— The K. O. Stephensons entertained Maynard Stephenson, Ames, Mlldrec DeGraw, Mr. and Mrs. Wayn Stephenson, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecl McGinnis, Algona, at 6 o'clock din ner Friday. The evening was spen at bridge. Bridge Party is Given— Alvira Krause was hostess at four tables of bridge Saturday evening The high scores were won by Mrs Truman Johnson and M. E. Otterness, and Silas Finnestad and Adella Mittagr received consolation prizes. Quilting- Party Is Given— •Mrs.'P. J. Weisbrod was hostess at a quilting party last week Tuea- HOWONEWOMANLOST 20 POUNK OF FAT Lost Her Prominent Hips*Double Chui— Sluggishness Gafned Physical Vigor— A Shapley Figure If you're fat— first remove" the cause ! Take one half .teaspoonful of vruschen Salts in a glass of hot wa- er in the morning — In 8 weeks get on the scales and note how many jounds of fat have vanished. Notice also that you have gained in inergy — your skin is clearer — you eel younger JH body — Kru.schen will give any fat person a joyous sui- n-Ise. But be sure it's Kruschen — your lealth. comes first— 9Jid SAJP-KTY irst la the Kruschen promise, Get a bottle pf Kruschea Baits rora -E. W. Lusby or A. H. Bor- liardt. or any leading druggist any - vhere IB America- (last* 4 weeks) an<J the cost is Uttle, irst bottle doesn't convince you [ the easiest, SA'S'EST a»4 ay to lose fc,t-~ your nxojjey vad, and the Matt Sandows, Ringsted. 'Mr. and Mrs. Lenord Haase, Donnellson, came last week Wednesday for Thanksgiving, and, accompanied by the Harry Haases, spent Friday at Edward Widdel's, Madelia, Minn. They,were dinner guests Saturday evening at H. H. Widdel's, going home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Gibbons, Hawley, Minn., and their grandson, Forrest Bey, Dodge Center, came Friday for Sunday at E. A. Weisbrod's. Other guests were the F. C. Kluss family and Mrs. Grace Gibbons and her children. The Raymond 'Stoebers drove to Mason City Sunday to visit Mrs. .Stoeber's ister, Mrs. Lewis Reed, and 'Mr. Stoeber attended a meeting of the Iowa Poultry Improvement association there Monday. The Ira Bromleys, Lake View, visited recently at their daughter, Mrs. Truman -Johnson's, and at Dr. J. T. Walte's. The Bromleys are former residents here. (Mary Jane Eigler accompanied Mrs. Fred .Kuecker .to Ame,s last week Wednesday to visit her brother Paul and the C. B; Brookers till Sunday. The W. R, Wolfes were Sunday guests at Calvin Householder's. Ralph Wolfe, Waterloo, visited the W. R. Wolfes Sunday evening. Mrs. J. T. Snyder spent last week Wednesday at Belmond, where her husband was formerly Methodist pastor. , Wilfred Stoeber left Sunday for Minneapolis to reume work after a short vacation with his parents. The George (Boettchers were Sunday dinner guests, at Dennis Hendrickson's, near Ringsted. Irene 'Newel and Agnes Goetsch were dinner guests of Frances Bailey Saturday evening. The C. O. Baileys, Rock Rapids, visited -relatives here last week. only reached the crossroads north of Algona by Friday noon); at C. L, Dittmer's, the C. L., Arle, Leonard, and Lawrence Dittmers, Burt and Lone 'Rock, and Phoebe Morgan, Sheldon, who remained over the week-end; at Edw. Broesder's, the Rudolph Saathoffs, Burt, the Geo. Tjadens, Tltonka, the Lewis Broes- ders, Edith Bates, and Edna Walker; at >Ben Reid's, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reid, Haifa. Quarterly Conference Is Held— The first quarterly conference under Dist. Supt. W. G. Muhleman was held at Good Hope parsonage Friday evening, and for the Whittemore charge the same afternoon at Leo Swanson's. The Rev. Mr. Muhleman outlined plans for district and local work and conducted.the usual routine, business. He will preach at Good Hope and Whittemore in January. Church Dinners Are Planned— Public dinners are to be served by the Good Hope and Whittemore churches next week Thursday. There will be a creamed chicken dinner at the Good Hope parsonage at noon at 25c, and at the Whittemore academy fried chicken dinner at 6:30 p. m. Little Boy Seriously Sick— Robert Eugene, 2-year-old son of WHAT DOES YOUR GAR HEATERS FOR ALL CARS Hot Air and Hot Water From $L50 up HT-VIS MOTOR OIL For Winter Use Wm. C, Dan Garage Fender and Body Work. General Repairing-. Painting-. PHONE 165 Beautify The Home JUST THINK —how the entire family would enjoy one of these 2- piece comfy parlor suites, the gift that will make your home an ideal place to spend these long winter evenings, the gift that mother and dad, Betty and Bob will all appreciate equally. JUST THINK —of the thrift in buying the same class of suite for a gift this Christmas at $89.50 that sold at $165 00 only 18 months ago, and many other numbers seUinc in two pieces as low as Does It Pay To Buy Now? We'll Say It Does. Within the next few months you will be looking back at 1932 prices and telling the world you' are happy that you bought right at this time. Buy it now at ICHARDSON'S wr COMPANY WHERE FURNITURE SELLS FOR LESS at Grahams i--..- .---v'..-. •• •••• . • • . The" savings ar^feqlr^^ight^fiow wheri your '• - '.,''/!' ' r ' ' '" '''"» '-J i 1 " ',';' •'' 'v ''' r '~- ' ^^ ' '-''' *V •'•'•< ti'" 1 ' . . • . ' f needs are the greatest you 'will find unequalled opportunities to save. NOW is the time to BUY Pango Crepes Novelty crepes in the most fashionable winter shades for dresses. Children's " Snow Suits Two and three - piece suits for cold days. Misses' Sweaters New creations in novelty knit styles, sizes 30 to 36. Jersey Dresses. $1.98 Newest fabrics—smartest styles, all wool, french spun jersey cloth lOc 39c 69c 59c 49c 39c Outing Flannels Rayon Underwear Childs 1 '. Sweaters Stitched 3 Ib. batts Childs' Knit Caps Men's Wool Sox , Bring the 15 Children You'll Find Men's Shirts New printed fabrics! Popular painted collars! Sizes CQ«t 14 to 17 — 99 C Every man will find himself lucky who takes advantage of this sale. New stripes., figures and pastel shades. Fast colors. ...... 79c ..... ..98c $149 ....... 98 c MOKE FOR YOUR MONEY SPECIAL Saturday, 9 o'clock Toilet •Paper 1,000 sheets 1 MORE FOR .^ YOUR MONEY SPECIAL Saturday, 9 o'clock Women's Felt Slippers Childs' Zipper Sudts Brush Wool Suits Childs' Panty Dresses Novelty Crib Blankets . Plate and Bowl Sets Childs' Plaid Hoee to Make the Children Happy! Flannel Shirts .. Sweater Coats. Broadcloth Pajamas— Outing Pajamas— SPECIAL Saturday, 9 o'clock. Large size, patch work Quilts.,* MORE FOR YOUR MONEY Chiffon and Service Weight Silk Stocking* 59c S PAIR $1.00 A- big value 'Beacon" Part Wool Block Plaid Blanket* $1.69 MORE FOR YOUR MONEY Have you seen these new Table Covers Paisley patterns? 29c They're splendid values. Theyr'e lower priced. Children's Sport CoaU Red and green $3.69 Serve with these attrac- tice new dishes. piik Dinner Sets Service for six — ____ Charmingly shaped pieces in several attractive decorations. Countess and Wells shape with floral designs, Ivory body with raised embossed rijn, Decorated 9K** Square Salads ~ . ^£>f? White Clips 1 fl and Saucers _.. . I "|£ White -seven- 1 i\ inch plates _„. f j/C white ««*; iwrcelain jugs #& JjT l-S^as & SPECIAL 9 o'
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