Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 3, 1933 · Page 10
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PAOBS TEN • Coming! Here next week Thursday, Friday, Satur. THE MADDE> - STILLIAIf PLAYERS r Drama—Vodvll Cteaeral admission, lOc The biggest little show on the road. DANGER MODEL A FOED OWNERS Your discolored windshield is HISTORY OF W.R.G, CORPS HEREJSTOLD Corps Was Organized in 1890 With 29 Members. The national Woman's Relief golden jubilee, and in accordance with orders from headquarters a <g<mgta —,.^- J -.—^^^^^.^^^^* . ^^^^ . AUQUS New Hours (Continued from page 1.) ! from 8 a. m. till 9 p,,m. Saturdays. ; The shoe stores and clothing stores I will open at 9 a. m. and close at 6:30 on week-days except Saturday and will remain open till 10 p. m. Saturdays. Dry cleaners will open at 8 a. m. and close at 6 p. m. week days, remaining open till 9 p. m. Saturdays. The 5 and lOc stores will open at 8 a. m. and close at 6:30 closing at ,10 p. m. Saturdays. The laundries will be open from 8 a. m. till 6 p. m. dally except Sunday, and the drug stores will open from 8 a. m. till 10 p. m. ex- cent Saturday, when they will be REFINANCING OF FARM MORTGAGES IS PROGRESSING Refinancing of farm mortgages through the combined offices of the Federal Land bank at Omaha and Bert Waddell, agent for the land bank commissioner Is well undei way, H. D. Hutchins, secretary- treasurer of the Algona National Farm Loan association, representative of these two loaning agencies In this community, has been advised. Both.offices were swamped a - — • •— ~ - — - ... w^r | TT tl^ll VilCJ' VY Hi History or the local corps was pre- will open at 8 a. m. and close at Pfire-rl recently by Mrs. Nannie open till 11 p . m. The Smoke Shop Setchell, who read it at a meeting and pool halls will open at 7-30 a of the corps before It was forward- m. and close at 11 p. m. ed. This history contains facts of — . Algonians besides and sewer attachment at the hall, The corps was organized by the cyclone continuing its work, of the G. A. R., and the charter was though taps have "been ssued June 23. 1890, with the fol-; for the last veteran o? lowing members: j Taylor post. Dona L. -Sheets, Mary H. Bailey,' « Ella A. Phillips, Carrie Clark, Mary C. Taylor, Lizzie M. Horton, Emma C. Spear, Jennie Hedrick, Hattie M. Rewl, Nannie Setchell, Ella Laird. Cornelia T. Dodd, Kate Lantry. Carrie Durant, Mary Vincent. Lizzie Dodge, Laura A. Hunt Magpie Pratt, Harriet E. Staty, Eu- tion appllcatlons, forces have and been organiza- working sounded Jas. C Sexton Farmer Has 20 Pigs Let Loose in Truck Accident Frank Bentele, near Sexton, has , ..,.— - -.--„, ii«,i.»« &w xy. tjtav;>, juu- i SOinG 20 S'trRV Di^S whirh he tcnnta dangerous on the road, and *«"'« Smith, Susan M. Clock, Caro-1 to return to toe owner afterXS .„., . . • I I!™ A ' In enam, Rosetta M. Baliev, : recompense for their cars and feed injurious to your eyes. Let US Julia Patterson, Carrie L. Creed, The pigs are part of a tmckload put yon on a nice clean windshield so you can see to drive. Joe Greenberg Phone 118 Specials! Apricots, No. 2 size, in syrup lg c Peaches, No. 2 size, in syrup 18c Com Starch, 2 pkgs. I5c Grape Juice, pint bottle _15c Mustard, quart jar 15 C Last chance to get following items before tax goes on: Crackers, 2 lb. box 19 C Macaroni, 7 pkgs. 25c Victor Flour, 49 lb. sack 1.50 Complete line of Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Meats. TOP PRICES FOR EGGS H. R, SORENSEN COMPANY Pliones 138 and 189 We deliver. members. It disbanded on the ANiOLD SUIT death of the last Bancroft Civil war veteran. In 1930 the corps erected the native stone monument in honor of Jas. C. Taylor post which stands In the courthouse square and furnished a dedicatory plaque. Forty- five flags costing $63 were presented to the Algona schools, and others were presented to officials of the courthouse, the churches, and country schools. Seventy-two markers were placed at the graves of veterans at a cost of ?54. G. A. R. members, as long as any were '--*-•• freed when a tire ... ....,,,„ three-deck truck blew out, and"the truck was di-tched. The accident occurred Just east of Sexton early a week ago Saturday morning, and laat week's Advance reported it. Some 300 pigs were released. Drivers of the truck returned one day last week to look for the pigs, but failed to see Mr. Bentele their names and ad- or leave dresses. Josephine Bartlett, Dora A.' Clarke,' from South Dakota Elizabeth Johnson, Mary E. Clarke " Membership Grows Bapldlf. The membership grew rapidly to 200, and for the first few years th< corps devoted itself mainly to fur nishing its hall upstairs in the G A. R. building. Some of the furnishings were a carpet of patriotic design, window drapes of wool bunting in red, white,- and 'blue pedestals for Hags, chairs,' tables kitchen utensils, etc. The kitchen equipment included a complete set of tableware and chinaware for use at bean suppers and other large gatherings. The corps earned funds by rent- Ing its equipment and also by serv- ng meals at community events. It aided in general community relief. This activity ceased, however, when it was ruled unconstitutional jut the corps found plenty of other vork to do in its own domain. Many jifts of money to carry on the work of the corps were received. Corps Organized at Bancroft. The corps was instrumental in the organization of a corps at Bancroft, and Mrs. Setchell was installing officer. This was in February, 189S, and the corps consisted of 30 which on the were night and day to get the applications ready for ! the appraisers. Henry Morgenthau Jr., governor of the Farm Credit administration, visited Iowa last week on his tour of the middle western states. Mr. Mdrgenthau was well pleased, according to Mr. Hutchins, with the progress which is toeing made with the refinancing of farms in Iowa on which mortgages were held by closed'banks. "Mr. Morgenthau made it plain," Mr. Hutchins says, "that the extent of the benefit from the federal farm loan refinancing plan will depend on the attitude of creditors of encumbered lands towards a reduction In the amounts owing them. "The government is not going to buy any farm lands," the Farm Credit administration governor declared, "but it is ready and willln to refinance all that want to carr on and assist the creditors of debt ors by giving them cash for thei mortgages." Mr. Morgenthau was well pleas 1 with the cooperation which New Barber Code Makea Shaves 25c The Algona barbers have taken steps to organize under a. 'local code which will be subject to change In accordance with state and national codes. Hours have been tentatively fixed at 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. dally, • except 'Saturday, when the closing hour at night will be 10. Shaves have been returned to 25c and haircuts to 40c. The to- cal code has already taken effect. ed Heirs in Kossuth Receive Big Sums on Life Policies The Sunday Des Moines Register isted life insurance policies paid n Iowa last year. The total for the state was $49,600,000. Geo. C. Henderson, Algona, was listed among policyliolders in the $20,000-$25,000 class, and there were four $1,000 claims, names not given. The only! listed was being given his representatives by the state banking commission in Iowa. "If similar cooperation i given in all states, funds can soon be made available to depositors in closed banks," Mr. Hutchins says Within €0 days the money wil commence rolling into the middle west, as the loans are completed Mr. Morgenthau assured representatives in this district. With the combined loans of the Federal Land bank and the land bank commissioner, many farmers will again be on a sound basis. Mr. Morgenthau's determination to provide a sound system with low interest and long-term credit , other Kossuth town Bancroft, where Banker L. F. Kennedy, who lost his life in a sandpit Irowning, was listed in the $12,000!20,000 class. The late Jos. Jenks leld a policy or policies in the 12,000-$15,000 class, and the late W. P. Vaske in the $3,000-i?5,000 ilass. There was also a policy for 1,081, holder not named. Appar- ntly the list did not include poli- ies in fraternal companies. Ex-Algonian Helps Build Big Bridge Clarence Brownell, son of J. A. of Algona, took an active part in ceremonies last week Sunday a opening of work on a San the their have always at Marshalltown, been remembered by the corps with gifts of jellies, Jams and needed articles at Thanksgiv- glfts The Ing and Christmas. These were valued at $20 to |35. sick, the need^.and shut-ins have also been consistently remembered'; The sum of : $442 altogether been paid out for flowers. Many Activities Supported. The veterans of all wars, has the , children's home at Davenport the Victory fund, the army nurse fund, the southern memorial fund the scholarship fund, the orphans- home, the radio fund, all have been generouvsly helped from time to time by the corps. At the time of the Spanish-Amer- President Roosevelt pressed a tele graph key at Washington to star work. The bridge will cross thi Golden Gate. Former Presiden Hoover took part in ceremonies on Yerba Buena island, central poin for the giant bridge. Clarence, who is a civil engineer, has charge o: all construction work on this i& land, including a 600-ft. vehicle tunnel through solid rock, the erection of piers and sub-bases and towers for the bridge. The bridge will be completed in January, 1937 r\NE OF OUR BEST SIDELINES ^ is mimeographing. This is the reproduction of typewriting- on paper or cards. You would be surprised to know how much of this work v..-..** i^t HIV o Walliall-rtmH*!'- n.n A T»r . ..---- ican war the corps made many hos- f, e mlmeo &raph bulletins, _ji._t _, ,, X ""V. mauj iiua .ettfirs PUfrle aln ««,* *l._ ---i . pital supplies. On return of Co. F of the 52nd regiment from Chickamauga the corps and citizens honored the boys with a banquet. Aid was rendered to stricken families. An Armenian child was supported one year at an expense of $60, and a box of supplies worth $75 was sent to the Armenians. The corps paid for water .fitters, cards, etc., and the cost IB much less than printing. Suppose vou want to send out a circular letter, a notice of any kind, or a card. We mimeograph the job for you in a few minutes, and the work cannot you can sign your name to the mimeograph stencil if you desire. and the signature will then appear main | on every sheet.—Advance. 25tf ROLL FILMS DEVELOPED FREE at Lusby's. 40-51 FOUNTAIN PEN FOUND. — CALL Advance. gu47 . ., . carefully cleaned and pressed looks far better than a brand new one out of shape. Regular use of cleaning, pressing and repairing is a real economy. It adds double wear to clothes, saves you money, keeps your best foot forward at all times. bes - Better hare '^your fall cleaning dooa now, In a very short time prices will be much higher. , ELK CUCUMBERS FOR SALE — SOc a bushel, all sorts. — Joe Platt. p47 FOR SALE — TWO YEARLING Shorthorn bulls.— F. S. Thomp- 8u47 g° n - Federal bldg., Minneapolis; II. $1.50 a day. Parking door. 75c, next 22p47 MAKE YOUR VACATION We sell the nationally known "Travelers" full coverage accident tickets. — Algona Ins. Agency. Phone 55. 19(2)40tf STEADY WORK, GOOD PAY, RE- liable man wanted to call on FOR SALE—PIANO, EXCELLENT j farm ers. No experience or capital condition ; Smith. a bargain.- Ray 10p47 POR SALE — 15-30 McCORMICK Deering tractor; also 3-bottom plow.—Mrs. Roy iLowman, Algona. 14p47-48 FOR SALE—OLIVER TWO-BOT- torn tractor plow, Warren, first place Point elevator. Cleaners and Tailors Telepbontf 330 Deliver}' service Cleaners of laments, Hate, Bugs and Furs Suite to Order £4 T. Price & Co., Chicago New tailoring samples for Fall Just arrived. Algona, Iowa innnnonnona 14-in.—T. A. south Rich 17p47 NOTICE: WE ARE NOT RESPON- sible for any actions of our daughter Idabelle Peterson. — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson. 19p47 TO SELL CHEAP, SEVERAL good oak store counters, show cases, scales, display refrigerator, shelving.—See Algona Inc. Agency. 18u47 LAST CALL FOR CHICKS: LAST hatch August 14. Free chicks one week.—Inquire Hamilton Leghorn Farm & Hatchery, Bancroft. 19(2)47-49 GOOD ROOMS AT THE Beaufort hotel, 112 3rd St. So., opposite needed. Write today. — McNESS CO.. Dept. B, Freeport, 111. 27p47 THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS will receive bids for the county coal. Also bids for painting the buildings on the county farm, the county to furnish paint. Bids will be received Friday, August 4.—E. J. Butler, County Auditor. 37u47 should attract practically every borrower into the federal system according to Mr.^ Hutchins. C. B. MURTA6H REPORTS HE LIKES JSJEW JOB C. B. Murtagh spent Saturday and Sunday at home. «e is enjoying his new work as state comptroller, but it leaves him almost no time for rest. There are some 20 persons employed in his department. The statehouse force has been cut down by approximately 100 employes under the Herring administration. At present Mr Murtagh and his chief deputy are obliged to spend nearly all their time on budget and Beatty-Bennett law problems. The Beatty-Bennett law requires an average reduction of 20 per cent in this year's levies and many taxing bodies are finding it difficult, if not impossible, to effect such a drastic reduction without crippling service. Mr. Murtagh holds many conferences daily with representatives of taxing bodies who come from all parts of the state. Governor Herring passed throueh Algona Monday morning, Murtagh returned to Des 35 NEW GARS ARE SOLD IN KOSSUTH Thirty-five automobiles were sold in Kossuth in July. The num- >er for June was only 27, but the .otal for the year to date is now (veil over 100. Eleven of the new cars sold in July were Fords, 18 were Chevrolets, two were Dodges, 'wo Plymouths, one a De Soto, and >ne an Essex. Buyers of new Chevrolets were: Algona—Cora A. Virgin, <N. A. Smith, C. O. Benner; Doris Black, Wesley; J. A. Devine, Bancroft; Wm. H. Anderegg, West Bend; O. W. and V. W. Blomster, Rudolph, wea City; Bertha Callies, TItonka; F. OR. Gronbach, Homer Gregory, Lu Verne; H. H. Fletcher, Swea City; Paul R. Wolford, Brltt; Marie Stroebet. Lakota; Ava G. Simpson, Whittemore; Martin Dahl, Swea City; C. E. Ward, Wesley. Buyers of ntew Fords were: Mrs. Ella Overis, Swea City; Mrs. C. D. Fellows, John Storm, Barney Casler, H. N. Kruse, William Pestot- nlk, R. O. Bjustrom, Cowan & Cowan, Algona; Newell hardware, Fenton; and Roy McOuire, Bancroft. The Dodges were sold to R. C. THOMAS CNILTON, AGED IRVINGTON FARMER, IS DEAD Irvingtoh, AUK. 1—Funeral services for Thomas Chllton were conducted 'by the Rer. A, English at the Irvlngton church at 2 o'clock Friday. The Rev. Mr. English used as his text, '"It Is appointed ,unto man once to die ,then the judg ment." Two songs, Sometime' We'l Understand, and Going 1 Down the Valley, were sung by Mrs. V. J Schichtl and Mrs. A. McLean, who were accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Casey .Loss. Burial was made In the Irvlngton cemetery. Mr. Chllton had been' suffering from 111 health for many years, but the trouble had become aggravated lately, and he underwent an operation for ulcers of the stomach at Rochester a week ago Friday, July 21. The removal of the appendix was also performed. He developed ether pneumonia and died July 25, having been kept alive many hours Jn an oxygen tent. Mrs. Chllton went to Rochester last week Monday to be with him In the last few hours. Mr, chllton was born September 24, 1864, In Yorkshire, England, and spent his ,early life there. He came to America with a brother John in 1882 at the age of 18 years, and first settled ait Bldora, later coming to Kossuth, finally to Irv- lngton. Mr. Chilton was married to Katie Martin May 10, mo, at Algona. No e* <>tfcef relative* from a distance were tony Dage), a gon, Lan«o Dafe! and a dAtigbtef, all of Slbley.lthe Dagcls being brothers of Mrs. Chilton. Mr, Chllton was diligent in business, economical, • honest, 'friendly / ..'.... ' • towards washers. children were born. wife he left three Besides his step-clldren: and Mr. Moines with him. Printers to Have Code Meet at M. C. Publishers of newspapers and proprietors of printing plants are holding NIRA meetings at six Iowa points. Two were held last week two more are scheduled for this week, and two for next week. Most if not all Kossuth plants will be represented at a meeting at Mason City tomorrow afternoon, the meetings are being held to aid in the adoption of codes for newspaper and job printing plants. Larson and William Aman, Algona; the Plymouths to L. W. Keith, and C. M. iFrane; the De Soto to Edw. Hammond, Swea City; the Essex to Mrs. Noy Sturdivant, Lakota. Also there were three trucks, two of which were Chevrolets, one a Dodge. Fenton Post Plans Legion Frolic for a Week From Today 'Fenton, Aug. 1 — The ~Leglon- aires will have a celebration here ext week Thursday. Fenton's fes-. ivals are an annual event. Last 1 ear one of the largest crowds the! own ever had turned out in the! vening, and the Legion boys hope o equal it this year. Two hall ames are scheduled in the after- oon. The Burt and Bancroft ! ague teams will play at 1 o'clock, nd the Whittemore and iFenton own teams will .follow. A pavil- on is being moved here from Lone ~.ock and will be in readiness for dance in the evening. The Fenton and will furnish music during all ay and in the evening, Former Lu Verne Pastor at Picnic Mrs. Carrie Noon, Humboldt; Elmer Wright, Nakoosa, Wla., Etta Meier, Irvington; also the "brother John, Rogers, Ark. Other relatives are living in England. Mr. Wright and John Chilton were unable to attend the funeral, but Mr. Wright arrived Saturday to remain for a time with his moth- Fad Market Tr THE FRIENDLY 8TOUK Our buyers are now in the market i all the better ready-to-wear ita«,li > If l S2 l f«fci winter coats and dresses to offer our oustm* means that we will display during th ' months, exclusive apparel for milady wv », CO the taste and refinement which only a wmT s is able to give. .-•-.' w °man-bi, Mrs. South has become well acquainted needs of the women of this community and only coats and dresses particularly suited tn «, •' quirements. You may be sure that the n - ' shown in this store will be reasonably nr of all, IT WILL HAVE THAT STYLE THAT ^ SUTH COUNTY WOMEN DEMAND T Kl WE ARE STILL A STYLE STORE—NOT A STORE New goods will not be in for a few weeks but v always find the latest styles at Chrischillea 11 Keep in touch with Chrischilles & Herbat thiJ we are buying the most extensive line of and dresses ever shown in Algona. n, PROFITS SACRIFICED ON HUNDREDS OF EVEPYHAV GIVEN A WAY I 50c bottl* of JASMINE PERFUME with the purchtw el JASMINE face powder SPECIAL TUIC <""> any on* of these I niO everyday necessities both fnr ^ oi = eofone! Tube of Mi 31 UUIH TOr Shawng Cream, 100 Puretest '" Aspirin, Pint of Rexall Milk of Magnesia, Tin of 60 Rexall Order "es, Pint of Puretest Rubbing Alcohol, Tube of Klenzo Dental Creme. '- NECESSI FREEi 25e STAG m*H with the pui STAG fatherless •having cream 60c value both for AUGUS1 SALE Lu Verne, Aug. 1—A number from here attended a picnic at Pilot Knob, near Forest City Friday to meet a former pastor of the local Presbyterian church, the Rev. Andrew Heddle, now located at Thompson, and his wife, daughter Nancy, and Emily Watson, who makes her home with the pastor's family. The afternoon was spent at visiting, with a fried chicken supper. Attending from here- Mr and Mrs. J. L. Lichty, Ruth Lichty, W. B. Mason, Jennie and Lottie Mason, and the Lee Lichtys. The George Thompsons, Ledyard, were also in attendance. one tube 39c size MILK of MAGNESIA TOOTH PASTE Neutralizes mouth , acids. Whitens teeth. 27c2 50c EPSOM SALT All the impurities have been removed, making. it a pleasant tasting laxative. 25«val. 29e GAUZETS Sanitary Napkins Dainty rubber safety sheet gives absolute protection. ADVANCE WANT ADS 23c Doz. WITCH HAZEL Very best quality. Many uses in home. Made from selected witch hazel shrubs. FREEI any dollar Cara Nome Cream with the purchase of $2 box of Cara Nome face powder $3 valu* . during this sal* CHOICE of 8 TALCUMS Your favorite talcum is here, 17c each! 3 fan W 35e PURETEST Mercurochromtl The ufe and sure inliitptic I for cuts and woundi, $ 2 L 29. Member of N R A BASKET GROCERY Algona's Finest Food Store * Libby's Fruits for Salad, No. 2 1-2 can. Libby's Pears, No. 2 1-2 can ___ WANTED—YOUNG MAN TO BE- side on and assist in operating stock, dairy and grain farm near Sexton. Gravel road to Algona. Steady employment for right man. None but experienced men with good references need apply. Call corner Moore and McGregor any evening after 7 o'clock. 44p47 RELIABLE INSURANCE AT LOW cost — Direct writing on all forms of Surety Bonds, Automobile, dwelling, and household goods insurance. We invite your confidence In matters of insurance protection without any obligation on your part. Call at our office of piione 65. —THE ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY, C. R. La Barre. 48-36tf Mushrooms, 8 oz., pieces and stems Olives, combination pack, 7 oz jar Preserves, imitation flavors, 32-oz • Jar Caps, "Mason", dozen Jar Rings, "double lipped", 3~do~z~ Calumet Baking Powder, 1 lb. can ~" Catsup, 14-oz. bottle Johnson's Glo-Coat Johnson's Floor Wax, paste -lOc 57c 57c FLOUR - LAST CHANCE TO BUY - FLOUR NO TAX—AT A REDUCED PRICE Tax 35c will be added next week. 49 lb. bags Occident $1,99 Gold Medal $1.88 White Spray $1.75 25c FIRSTAID ADHESIVE PLASTER 1 inch x S yards. 19c 5Oc CASCADE pound paper etyled. Luxurious in weight 29* lOc PONTEX Toilet Tissue Safe because carefully made oou and absorbent.' $100 DEFENDER fountain syringi I Full 2qt.sizc. Molded law I piece, guaranteed oaeyen'l 69c is? ri? 3 '. L lair Tonic ' I4 '«. • 79 ^S™^..^-^" 1 * 25c Kl.ni-AII, 4. 01 , 8 I £°<: Lf x«liv« Sell. Eiff.'.'yl'o'i!" 3»c IMP M ? U " r P ' M '> '<»" «£ '•<«> P«pton«, 16-0 70,1 ££:?•/*'•••«- ..,..„.:.:: & ff. -r~ — , ~"^*"i *«'u«. ^tiX^. 1 ^-: 3 * - -., _ ...I •«•»•, sal ?" Sa iV nt " or •"•'«)» z* IscT^T F ;»'* S '»"«. «•«. 3»e ZSc Toothache Drop, and Twe«eri jscMiinoi, 16-oz ;;;;;;;"• !S C P/4 crli ". «<>'• lie 5fe REXALL THEATRICAL! COLD CREAM The kind aclors ust, Civd | thorough skin cleansing ***n3VZXsz--fxzR 3B« 4 for 25c Pillsbury's Best — _$1.48 24 1-2 lb, bagg ... Gold Medal ;___95 C "Kitchen Tested" Pillsbury's Best 78 C Peter Pan Flour, 49 Ibs. —$1.29,-.. 24 1-2 Ibs. 65c Cider Vinegar, pure apple, gal. ______ 25c " Boka Coffee, vacuum pack, lb. __ 2 g Breakfast Coffee, ground fresh daif'Tb''.' Veal Cutlets, lb. __ Sliced Bacon, 2 Ibs.. FBESH MEATS -21 C -85c Gypsy Cream I For oak and ivy poisons, heat rash, mosquito bites, moth , itch and other skin 'eruptions. Soothes. H 50e KLENZO '- -^ cecoanut oil SHAMPOO 37- 25c ElKAY'S Whit* Sho* CI«M* and Polish Removes grease and dirt » make ehoes took lik« «*• 19. l°oo rk PI«it«r~FU«h I" - 21 ri Is. SOc H«llero/l"jF>ou^j"p 39c aasr^s%5r.« a ».».KKt.':.:i*i£ -« I6 -"- Eli c «»«» Ill ^^fiSaKj"**-* & ^--j^-U;;::: £ $1.00 AGAREX Get the laxative effect of mineral oil without oily taste. Non-fattening. t • -- -*•»» giuue, flakes. Lathers quickly. Pure oils tone I/ hair —scalp. ,x i RUBBER GLOVEJ ••« I Keep your buiis youo; lo( *' %. Sizes 7-10. "" Buff color. fVWf ™- r 29e The Mite society meets this weeKiflws. iii Thursday with Mrs. Watson Snick. ' Mrs. , Marie Brummond, who son's. notes <tatea jreoruary | JAMES ALGONA, IOWA

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