Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1933 · Page 2
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TWO KOSStJTH COtTNTT ADVANCE. ALQONA, IOWA A Wrist Watch of Course An ever useful, desired gift! Give a nationally advertised "wrist watch chosen from our large •variety. Models for boys and girls, at special reductions. F. W, WEHLEB & CO. Jewelers and Optometrists. Phone 240. JUNIORS HOSTS TO SENIORS AT WHITTEMORE Whittemore, May 9—The Juniors were hosts at the annual Junior- Senior banquet Saturday evening at the Hotel Kennoore, Emmetsburg. There were three juniors, eight seniors. Misses Lynch, and Emanuel, teachers, Supt. and Mrs. F. J. Rochford, Henry Hahn, and Lillian Heidenwith in attendance. The color scheme was maroon and while, the 1933 class colors. Thfr programs, which were horseshoe- shaped, were in white, printed in maroon. The table centerpiece was a. large bouquet of red and white roses, with a horseshoe as a good luck emblem on each side. The nut cups were maroon-colored, with a maroon and white horseshoe on each. Between courses and after dinner Twenty Years Ago Rewrite* from the Advance »f M»y 7, 1913 a program was presented by Juniors: toastmaster, Leo the Dog-etch; Junior welcome, Edwin Mai- lory; Senior response, Lester Quinn; Mettle-Metal, Harold Wagner: Being Shod, Bernice Balgeman; Climb Though the Rocks -be Rugged. Mr. Rochford; prophecy, Lydia Meyer . After the program a farewell song was sung to the tune of Old Black Joe, and good-bye was sung to the tune of Goodnight, Ladies. The general assem-bly had appropriated money to send a group of Civil war veterans to the Gettysburg battlefield on its 50th anniversary, and Algonians who had applied to foe included were Alonzo Kennedy, Charles C. Mantor, and E. W. Young. * * * » The river fishing must have been good then, for, near Irvlngton, the Advance said, "Any kind of bait, in some instances no ibait a.t all, will capture bullheads. While their size is small the number is myriad, and with some degree of patience a toothsome mess can soon toe gathered. * * * * An Advance editorial remarked that Webster City, which then had a population of 5,000. was using as its slogan, "Make Webster City 10,000 in 1915," and went on to say: "We are not quite so hopeful as Webster City, and we therefore allow a long-er time for the accomplishment of the desired end. Let us estimate modestly that in seven years, or by 19:20, we shall climb -to senger to telJ how he operated. The clipping is too long to be reprinted, but it is worthy of note that tie steers brought $44,463.63. * * » * President Wilson had sent to the Senate for confirmation the names of Iowa democrats for federal appointments, and among .them was that of I. M. Finnell for A/lgona postmaster. * • * * An estimate of the total deposits in the then 19 banks of the county was $l,?6<t,£S6.i5i6. The total for the four Algona banks was '$762,466.56. * • * * Algona. was planning to entertain a county Rebekah convention in the hall over the Misba.ch building. Mrs. May Herman was president of the Algona lodge. * » * * Funeral services -had been held for Mrs. Charles H. Worster, who died April 29, 1913, at her JUver- home. annual Boone Valley field the 5,000 'mark. Considering our ! progress in the last three years, is meet and declamatory contest was there anything improbable a.bout i <o t^ke pla.ce at Hampton, and corn- it? Will not the fact be, on the j peting schools were Algona, Clar- contrary, that most Algona enthu- j | on . Fort Dodge,_ Goldfield, Hamp- siasts will maintain that we are too :'" ~~ conservative?" oight, Frances Reed. Grace Carlisle, Verdell Lauritzen. and Ber- iRrvant nice Balgeman. The Juniors are | Br>ant Edwin Mallory, Leo Dogotch, and Lydia M«yer. able in the then new annex to the WORLD) FAIR BOOK f*££! Algona then had a citizen 101 years or age. His name was Alonzo Franklin, and the Advance said he was still hale and hearty. * * * * A few weeks before, the new north addition to the Bryant school •building ha.d .been dedicated. Students in high school helped buy seats for the assembly room. * # # * June Adel Overmyer had diphtheria, .and the Overmyers had all been vaccinated. * * * # The Kunz-Benson-Ochs Co., \ Contains just the jnf or-jnstioQ you want. Tells about the many exhibits of the Big Show- its colorful pageants—the fun and thrills it provides; Has rwo-pag-e map of downtown Chicago—is beautifully illustrated — end it's fret. Tours in Chicago—1 to 5 da-vs. Include hotel accommodations. World's Fair SOUVENIR admission ~^et, sightseeing. Organizes Kevr Orchestra— George Carmody, who has been playing saxophone for Buff's Gloom Chasers, of Emmetsburg, has now organized a. band of his own which goes under the name of ; George and His Rhythm Ramblers. | Pianist is James Fleming, Whitte- .more, and other members are Howard Powers, Burt, drum; Eddie Manus, Burt, trumpet; and Claude iWilley, Estherville, tenor saxophone. The boys have a long list ; of engagements ahead, and will play for the Fourth of July dance \ at the celebration at the park j grounds in Whittemore. : Graduation is June 4 — | Presentation seniors will be graduated Sunday. June 4, at 9 a, ;m. at St. Michael's church. A week ago .Sunday the class play, Ace "High, was given. Gra.duai.es are i Wm. B. Higgens, Ruth M. Higgens, Garnet M. McDonnell, Marvel E. Elbert, Rosella C. Mueller, Guine- - - i vere M. Kelly, Ruth Arm Smith and j °, f Banker George W. Hanna, ; Raymond M. Higsrens. The motto j Ver ne. in fattening cattle for i is, Always Lead and Never Follow, Chicago market. He had shipped 1 class colors are grey and old rose,!, 24 carload s of fat steers and had i with the flower the daffodil. !S Public School Graduates- There are eight seniors this year, Rolfe, Humboldt, Mason City, Webster Cdty, Eagle Grove, ajid Belmond. A special train was to Algona team to Hampton. Kre- Dan- Nugent, Mervin Williamson, Fay Hopkins, Glenn Naudain, Russell Peterson, Leon Stock, Donald Hutchison, Fred Ludwig, and Walter Barton. « * * » Otto Falkenhainer had won fourth prize of '$20 in a contest [conducted by a Buffalo, N. T., con- I cern, which asked for letters on SENIOR PLAY AT .11 VERNE IS PLANNED Lu Verne, May 9—The Senior class play, In the Good Old Summer Time, will be given at the gymnasium this week Friday evening. The cast follows: Rose Rice Feme Barton Ted —.x. Kenneth Sonsnson Vivian Carmean Hesse Frank Frank Hartley Mrs. Rice, Rosie's aunt : Helen Kuebler Major Updown, Leonard Henderson Aunt Maria Jeanne Jennings Uncle Enoch Harold Lichty Mrs. Harley Gwenetha Jones Mr. Harley Dewey Wilson Susie Yulahmae Murray Sammie Wesley Baddeley The cook Bernadell Ristau The gardener Floyd Gregory Between-a.ct skits will be given by Benona Neal and Ruth Lichty, and Vera Ramus, Dorothy Mae Lindebak, Verle Scribner, and Glen McClellan. Ternon School Graduating 12— There was a good representation of Lu Verne people at a senior class play at the Vernon colsoli- schoolhouse evening. The graduating class is six girls and six >boys: Velva Klassi, Helene Vought, Irene Knutson, Jennie Bram, Mabel Kleve, Aldeane Wigans, Lester Rummens, Roy Meier, Charles Thompson, 'Irwin Friday, Donald Saxton, and Floyd Lowmiller. The Rev. A. J. Koonce is to preach the baccalaureate next Sunday evening, and the Rev. Lawrence Soil, Renwick, will give the commencement address May 19. Write Sth Grade Exams— Elda Hintz, .Lucille Behnkendorf, by the company. Mr. Falkenhain- er's story was entitled, "A Small Backlot Poultry Plant." * * * * Robert Harrington had entertained nearly 30 young friends on I his fourth birthday, May 6. i » » * * It «. THOMSON, reatnytr Traffic | I rJl l= * 90 S North ^'"rtern Railway I jihiv v».' k* ^ j- r-j _.. _ * . Maditon St., Chica 9 o, III. send me. without ro?: or obl!- . your booklet, « A Ceatury of " O ASso send fciforni&L^a I CDKI AH-Expei^ TC.HTF is j . ma*» Address about L.DTT. j Lester E. Quinn, president; Harold I A. Wagner, vice president; Verdell ;H. Lauritzen, secretary; Albert G. 'Voight, Rosella E. Voight, Francis ;E. Reed. Grace A. Carlisle, and i Catholic church °giris,"and"Tt5'les i Bernice C. Balgeman. Commence- f r °m 3S60 to 1933 were shown in 1812, ha.d spent more than $40,000 in improvements that year and planned to do it again in 1913. » * * » H. E. Ward, now a north of Algona farmer, was to be graduated from the State college animal husbandry course that spring. * * * * A clipping described .the system ' Lu the been asked by the Fort Dodge Mes- " e Portland township, etta 'Burke, Charpel Hauswirth, Robert Will, Glenton Zuetlau, and Francis Hinz, from rural schools and the Lutheran Parochial, wrote eighth grade examinations at the public school building Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Irvin Chapman conducted the examination. Attend Club Meeting— Mesdames Wm. Baddeley, Henry Peitske, Ray Stone, 'and' Ha.rold j visit from her sister, Mrs, Conrad Bahler, Orangevllle, 111. Mrs. Babler's son brought her here last week Sunday. The Rev. and Mrs. L. Wittenburg and Mrs. Wm. Moedlng attended a meeting at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, a week ago Monday. J. L. Lichty accompanied grocers from Bode, Rutland, and Humboldt to Des Moines.Monday to attend a Groicers Wholesale Co. convention. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Colwell attended the funeral last Thursday of Mr. Colwell's aunt, Mrs. Kathryn Julius, near Barnum. Mrs. Milton Worby entertained a few women at a party Friday, and Mrs. A. J. Eason entertained another group Saturday. Audrey Hastings, former ILu Verne teacher, now of Lakota, was at H. C. Allen's over the week-end. Mrs. Walter Lenz will be hostess to the Good Will club May 18, Mrs. Frank Sanford assisting. Mrs. R. L. Corhln had a visit from her parents and brother Alton over the week-end. Glen Godfrey, Fort Dodge, visited relatives here several days last week. Irene and Bernice Swenson spent the week-end with an aunt at Kensett. Austin Burtis, Webster City, was a business caller here Saturday. Boy Wounded at Play. Bancroft, May 9—Virgil Isen- brand ran into a wire Sunday at Dlay, and his face was badly cut. | Dr. J. A. Devine took eight stitches to close the wound. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Isenbrand and is six years old. SonoftheZack Gibtoni, Wesley, Severely Injured Wesley, May 8—iWith a companion, Howard Gibson, Haveiock, son of the Zack Gibsons, Wesley, fanners, was on his way to i)es Moines Wednesday, April 26, when, between Rolfe and Ollmore City, the car In which they were riding left the road and plunged through a fence Intb a field. TBe car •was wrecked, and both men were thrown out and seriously hurt. Howard's chest, back, and legs were injured, and he seemed partially paralyzed. He was taken to a .Fort Dodge hospital, and his condition has not been' encouraging. Howard, who has a wife and children, has been trucking meats, and he was going to Des Moines to purchase a new refrigerated truck. Odd Fellows Will Observe Founding Hurt, May 9—Burt Odd Fellows celebrate tie 40th anniversary of Its founding next week Friday evening. A. A. Hideout, of Charles Hty, past grand master of Massachusetts, has been secured to de- Iver an address and there will be other good numbers on the pro- ram. All J. O. O. F. and Rebekah lodges of the county have been in- visted to be present. This anniversary meeting will take the place of the county booster meeting, which was to have been held in Burt in April. Wind Doe. Lu Verne, Sunday afternoon damage at the H east of (own. T was moved, shi from the house overturned, bu and trees were were rescued, chickens were killed! South Ci Mrs. Estella Sabln companied the Har,J Spencer Sunday to visit nl D. Solomon's. They M attended at Algona Monda y ' Algona Saturday New Low VICTOR 35c each, 3 for a do] Latest hits, HOLECEK RADIO sj third in the same event, at an an- | Phillips attended the biennial state riua) Drake-Ames field meet, winner's time was 10:22. The A reader of the Burt Monitor had Federation of Women's club rneet-j ing at Mason City last week Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. F. I. Chapman, E. Dehnert, Harold lire Prices Going High Buy Now! Save Moneyi i re$toti prices have joined the upward trend. We believe they will again-in fact, increasing prices of ruhber and cotton are sure to brins tire prices. Get your tire requirements NOW while we are selling Firestone Duality Tires at these low prices. BUY TODAY! -— ** IIRE , suggested to Editor R. S. Sherwood ' Sorenson ' and Archie Sanford were that the Burt council be urged to pass the following ordinance: "It is now and till further orders a misdemeanor to hug, kiss, spoon, or loiter on any stone wall, fence, church steps, or in the entrance of other building, or on or in any gutter, within limits." for diabetes. She expects to fau back in a month or six weeks. Girls Present Style Show— An entertainment was given last evening by St. Michael's Thursdav be- tie Presentation academy hall. ment exercises are indefinite (cause a speaker has not been ob-.,.. itained. The class motto is Climb >1<vce of Thos - Carmody Wed— tho' the rocks be rugeed; color= Tonl Carmody lately received maroon and white; fio"wer, a white | ^f5 d . t , hat _? i . s niece, Rose Mary ' sons were at Mrs. Edwin Wi'chten- ! Freshmen Hosts at Party- mar- | dahl's Saturday afternoon for a' The Freshmen entertained SHOWER IN SOUTH GRESCO IN HONOR OF RECENT BRIDE South Cresco, May 9 — Thirty per- in Mason City on Thursday. Two Aids Entertained— j Mrs. Ed Lenz" was hostess to the ! Lutheran Aid at the church last! Thursday. There was a good attendance and the afternoon was spent socially. Mrs. Geo. Frantz ; and Mrs. Albert Schipull entertain- ' ed the Presbyterian Aid at the city hall last -week Wednesday. Book Club Has Meetfate— The Progressive Rook club met at Lloyd Zentner's a week ago Monday evening. Rook was played four tables with Mr. and Mrs ' at . Ed Dehnert winning high, and Mr' and Mrs. Harold Sorenson, low Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Williams were prices. BUY TODAY! SAVE MONEY! ^Innounctntj. the NEW, Ttr**totte SUPER OLDFIELD TYPE This tire U the equal of all standard brand fint line tirea in Quality, Construction and Appearance. Sold at a price that affords you real UTtngB. guests. lea rose. i Carmody, Chicago, had been GOLD STANDARD Values , ! ried. She is known here. — the ] miscellaneous shower in honor of f est ° f the hi sh school and the Arlene Sunding-Kuecker Thl ^^ * .£ arty * the gymnas- ...The... last: Other Whittemore News. •,,.., - --- <""< *-^ua. y . mis concluded a s Thursday evening at the school- ! The Fred Heinrichs and Albert ?• S aother - Mrs - Harry Sun- ies of parties given by the classes : house. The Rev. w. H. DischerJ Meyer drove to Fairmont Saturday s ' Ames ' the bridegroom's moth- during the year pastor, gave a talk. Herbert Taudt i to visit at Fred Thiemann's, and er ' Mrs " He « r .v Kuecker, Whitte- _. ' was chosen captain of the boys'j with their son Edgar. Sunday they i more ' sisters, Mesdames Moaks and ninner Honors Itfrs. Phillips kittenball team; Herbert Zuma.ch, i visited at Albert Lemke's. Mr ' slliltz ' also Whittemore, Binger and Mrs. S. F. Phillips was honored 1 umpire. The society will have a: Lemke and Mrs. Thiemann are Geor £ e Hanselman, near West at a birthday dinner at her home .social evening next week Thursday i brother and sister of Mrs Hein-i Beil(3 ' vietor Applegate, near Cor- Suntj ay- Attending: Mr. and Mrs night. Dorothy Heidenwith andi«ch. • ! with, others from Algona, and E - ' L - Phillips, Gait, and a son- ; Raymond Balgeman were added to; Mrs. Elmo Barber, accompanied : neigllbors attended. Favorite reci- Mn and Mrs - Paul Phillips, Jimmy i ;tne entertainment committee. i by her brother, Louis Lawman, and > pes wer ' 6 written for the bride. The Mr - and Mrs - Harold Phillips, and ' i their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas l house decorations were orchid- J°hn Phillips. .WMdjiur Bates Observed— 'Lawman, drove to Colo S1orv :tlue ani3 Pink. Jo Ann Potter and : •» r,., " ' Relatives and neighbors were en-i county, Sunday to visit 'Thomas ' Luella Berneau helped the bride ^i tha P man 's Sister Breaks Arm ' tenanted last week Tuesday at. Otto : Lawman's sister, Mrs. John Han-! unwra P gifts heaped on the dining „ T?5 , n Ch apmans drove to i Bell's in honor of the Bells and i sacker, who is sick I TO °™ table, which was centered Goldfie]d Sunday to see Mrs. Chap- pnces are mOTins: up. William Roebers 20th wedding an-: Father William Hyland Chero- ! wilh a lar se bowl of purple ba.by ' man S Sister ' Mrs - ~ " mversanes. Fifty attended, and;kee, has been sent to'the Morning-i iris frc> m Mrs. Wichtendahl's New Deal (Continued"! lauds are sure to follow. The good low priced farms are being picked up by larmers and investors. We still have a few good farms in low tax districts. See Us Now Terms or Cash. McDonald & Company Iowa State Bank Building. Phone 120. For Service HOUSECLEANING TIME! Have us clean your HUfiSURAPES' Ask us about Fur Storage Modern DRY CLEANERS Phone 537. We call for and deliver. gar- ^^ ^ QJ _ had her right arm broken was played at eight tables. Le.s-; side parish, Sioux City'." as "assist- ' derl - Tne Pink color"was" carried 'l^f 1 above the wrist j n an automo- Baas and Dorothy Heidenwith I ant to Father Smith, formerly"'of , °"- u in a tra " luncheon. The bride, > accident Friday morning. 11 A jr 1 """*" ----- - •— served at midnight. ,,, . „ ™ ^ ine Henry Laucks arid Meyers drove to Fort Dc^ge Wm. ] Whittemore. i TJle little son of the Frank ! I Smiths was sick 'last week. Others i ; sick were Grandma Ebert Mrs ! " her school Saturday and the pair win thej i reside at Whittemore. Tuesday, taking " Lucille i Loebach. who underwent an opera- j The J. E. Walkers were Sunday and a.de- ! guests at Roy Bjustrom's in Al- wt-ek Lauck, tion for tonsils, mastoids noids. Mrs. Lauck stayed till Sunday, when they returned home, the rest came home the middle of last week. , s Work— last jLoebach, and Eleanor and Dorothy & I>. Club Meets Thursday— Florence Barton has been elect- wa ed to teach the fifth and sixth grades at Fenton. Milton Woito „»„„„ been r e-elected coach at West The Mothers"&"ba.ughters club P*" 3 ' and Charle s Konarska has as entertained last Thursday DT j - bee n re-elected at Akron. and quilt blocks i Ministers Meet Here— The Methodist Ministsr's associ- were made by 11 members and the THE MASTERPIECE OF TIRE CONSTRUCTION GET OUR liberal trade-in allowance for your old tires in exchange for Fu-estone High Speed Tires— The Gold Standard of Tire Value*. For very little money we will equip your car with Firestone Gum-Dipped Tires— the Safest Tire* in the World. They have the patented Extra Value* of r Gum-Dippi ng and Two Extra Gum. %^£S£\ */** <; or . d ™<* *«**>• ^e Scien. tifically dengned Non-Skid Tread—to give you MOST MILES PER DOLLAR. Don't risk accident another day with inferior or dangerously thin, r^^^Trade them in t Jayfor have won the Indianapolis 6 50?. for thirteen consecutive that are made by master SIZE 4.50-2L_J 4.75-19._l - SIZE 5.00-20 . PRICE *7.00 Other Sitft Proportionately Log FIRESTONE OLDFIELD TYPE This tire U superior in quality to firat line special brand. tirea made without the manufacturer's name and guarantee, offered for sale by department stores, oil companies, and "S?. 6 * catalog houses. This is That Taught I PRICE II SIZE | PRI l»$.aO 5.00.19JM. .J S.fcS 5.85-18J ». *.^- g.- a* **^^^^*""*-^ FIRESTONE SENTINEL TYPE This tire is of better Quality, Construction and Workmanship than f^?* d ""« «P«*a brand Unmade without the manufacturer's name and offe ** d for •« Je fc y houses and others. ! Walkers, : Kueckers. Mrs. Archie Voight invited rela- din ' . Tes and friends Prida 3 r CT&nin E m i women last Morgan, Edward : E. Martin. . honor of her husband's birthdav : new ^embers. The next meeting is j fr^f. 4-n.A f *-",,«.,«-" unmet- ai The two conference on church affairs in prospective afternoon. anairi m week I a 1 REMEMBER- yOHr braket FIRESTONE COURIER TYPE . Of anship -, carrie _ George Carmody. James Fleming, ' Cards were played and lunch was'™ ' be wilh Mrs - D - D- Sparks May i Pas-tors Att«na I»rr Conrentlon— oward ow ' The Revs. Koonce, Lang and Howard Powers, drummer, die Manus, of Burt. and Claude Wil- •suss and Ed- served. : Ruth Shonkwiler, of : and Irene McDonnell. EsthenTlJe,! Mrs. H. E. Woodward was at Ma- j E^^f • Shower Honors Xew Bride — iscellaneous shower was giv- j son City part of last week as dele- I gate from ! club to a Mrs.George and the B. F. an families were at 17, and a. Mother's day program in Mr._and Mrs. Theo Elbert accom-i arge of Mrs - Olson will' be given. • Baddeley, with Mesdames Lang,"'!!! fjf ', ftr*t*n4-*T «.«.«_._ x* r .. * D. W. . S ° n *' i honor Mrs. G. to help '. Brown^ birth- Mrs. Erwin Ku^keVforme'rly Ar'I lene Sunding. Mrs. Kuecker re- ( one other child a boy many gifts. Lunch was serv- remains about the same. 3ffother»s Day Program Given— A Mother's day program was ed. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bunding, of Ames, were out-of-town guests. Lorcil Boy in Em'burer Flat- parents, tie tie at evening the J. M. Flemings, George Carmody. Mary Anita Carry, and Evelyn Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Fleming's son James had a part. T. P. S. Tftani Loses 9-3— The Y. P. S. boy's kittenball team pjayed at Fajrville Sunday and lost '.'-z. Lu Verne and West Bend boys played on the same diamond :m-:! Weft Bend lost a four-inning game 9-0. The Edmund Canmodys, of Cylinder, were Sunday guests at home of Edmund's Thomas Carmodys. _ Mrs. Harold Kuecker and son i visited last week | parents, the i Wednesday, Good Mrs. John entertain the club Wednesday. T» . . . Brown - ""ho is in poor j en at the Evangelical church Sun- d ay. It was a week early because the Rev. Mr. Lang plans to be at ™* e ™<*« ?^ »«. Marty Loses Stepfather°" J ' Mar 'y lef 't Friday night entertaned last week , motier - Mrs - *'*" *' °* }t * neWS this the death of her stepfather, a Mr week ; Howe. Florence Hof Mas Iritis- Other Sonth fresco. Florence Hof has been suffering Mr., and Mrs. Harry Sunding of n^t^ WJth iritis ' Her sister ' Mrs iara QUALITY Elms Art' Planted— Erwin Siems, who farms .' c . : r!i,.- home place, just east A\ liitu-rnore, has set rji-M- thus. The Sie: ^ireidy beautiful, being well ranged, with a good grove. the of Mr. and Mrs. John Volk moved to the C. M. Ludwig near West Bend, where the employed. W. A. Eiler, Chicago, and C Eiler, Lakeside, Mich., spent of last week with their m here. George Carmody's orchestra played at a dance- Saturday evening at Misba.ch's hall in Alsona The- Arthur Hc-idenwiths and the vis- they j and Saturday were guests at E C are } Sunday they and the Irwin' Kueck- Mrs. :>re. Dewev Pentecost and Other Lu Verne Xews. I The Evangelical Missionary soci- | Thursday with the president M'T? her ; Fred Merkle. Part of tbe program" was a missionary playlet gir« Mrs. David Lang. Mrs. Walter ftr**fone BATTERIES Firestone Batteries set a newhighetandawiofPower, Dependability, Long Life and Economy. We will test any make of Battery FREE. MAGNEX BATTERIES SPARK PLUGS Give a hotter spark, increased power, and have a longer life. Double tested and sealed against power leakage. Old worn plugs waste gasoline. We will test your Spark Plugs FREE. MAGNEX ^PLUGS set out 120 Chi- George Schultzes were Sunday iems property is;ilors at Henry Wichtendahl's" L Cavanaugh -5 . Mr_ Kelly beirjg the depot, agent at , : Waterloo, ,, . , Moir.es last in week Wednesday at T. .... „ . ; druggists' meeting. 1I "^, t " J ' P f u<au Kow- I The local junior hovs' b^eb, frcm Trw £•< P i e haS returned (eam ]ost to Wesley Thursday 6- li'hr ?t tj "' Where She spent l Leona Dre >'"- of Fenton i, eight w eeks, receiving treatment l new clerk at the Zumach market ;. Dick De Boests, of were Sundav guests at j companied home by CoVa Ma"Mat- tf.re.nn i,--h^ ^,-n ..j-.-^ .,, - vili * B F. Sparta^ Son Yost a horse £££"£, ^ !'^^Jf^^ e day last week. A WPPV >, a fr,« '-a-^va tnel ' e £ev eral a^sm-k « as .uuiia emoeaaea in its j Paul, son of the Rev. > r ," _ j 3. Koonce imder'wpnf t.-n i Helen Bart has been brought for .tie removal olton^s home from the General hospital, noids at the Lutief^i .Algona, where she was treated for Fort D.od.ge, Friday anas. j Mrs. ir»t!hArrr,o .-mr^-j.- jg SEALTYTE Leakproot TUBE Ertia Heavy Red Tube. a special compound^ Visit » — -— VWWMW MJ famous GinrfDipped BRAKE m Th(» new Firestone 1 Brake Lining is and embodies a which produces » tog action and » OW J braking control. > yowr Brakes FREE. A.ljw SJ Refining Cfto££f*i Chicago. modern Firestone tire hosuital "Mac" RVICE CO PHONE 850 _ AIg)>n »

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