Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1933 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1933
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TWO Specials 22c .5c 7V2C Worcheatershlre 4!auce, 6.oz. bottle—. Huskere 1 Lotion, '-35c bottle ~.J ____ "Vogue Toilet Soap, large cake _ Smoked Picnics, per pound Stock SaH, per cwt Blue Barrel Soap, pound bar Cabbage, per pound 100 pounds, $1.75 Peaches, thick, meaty, choice Muirs, KQSSttttt COttttTY AttVANCB. ALQONA t IOWA 5c 2c 25c Black Figs, fine for sauce bread, and cake, perlb. "•^Superb" Peanut Butter, quart jar Robb-Ross Wheat Ciereal, pkg. Peanut Brittle, 2 pounds Powdered Sugar, 2 pounds Coffee, Council Oak, per pound Calumet Baking Powder, pound can Buckwheat Flour, genuine New York, S Ib. bag Sorghum, genuine, 10 pound pail 2 1-2 Pound can 28c , lOc 29c 15c 25c 13c 25c 22c Furnace Wood Wanted The Advance can use a few loads of furnace wood. Going prices will be allowed, but in all cases the cost must be applied in full on account. We want the wood soon for-Pall fires. After continuous fires must be kept, coal must be used and there will be no bin room for wood. Please see us and make arrangements before delivery. ADVANCE LAKOTA'S S, S, WINS CONTEST AGAINST B, C Lakota, Oct. 10—jFor thre months last summer the Lakot and Buffalo Center Methodist Sun day school* carried on an efficienc contest, the losing school to enter trfin the winners. <Lakota won, an the local school was invited t spend Friday evening at the But falo Center church. About 30 wen over. The Rev. A. A. Howe, pasto there, gave a short chalk talk, an a magician who put on some stunt was Mr. Meecham, Smith-Hughe teacher there. This was follower, by a Negro minstrel show given b 20 Buffalo Center church folks, af ter which lunch was served. Missionary Society Entertained— The Presbyterian Missionary so ciety entertained at a silver ie< last Thursday afternoon at th manse, and 40 women attended. Af ter a business meeting, at whic! Mrs. Jennie GutkneOht presidec the following program was given piano duet, Mesdames J. Ukena am W. Schroeder; vocal solo, Mrs. C Frerking; paper on Missions, Mrs Bargar; vocal duet, Mesdames W Turley and H. Johnson; piano duet Margaret Schroeder and Elizabetl Ramstock. Mrs. I. E. Wortman had charge of the devotions, am Mrs. W. E. Ley of the program Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Alvin Huenhold and Mrs. August Huen hold, Algona. Woman's Farm Bureau Elects— Mesdames Ernest Wortman, C Freeark, Arthur Anderson, ant Frank Lewis entertained the Ledyard township woman's Farm Bureau at Mrs. Wortman's Friday. Officers were elected: Mrs. Jerry Heetland, president; Mrs. Jacob Telcamp, vice; Mrs. ILou Nitz, sec- •etary4reasurer; Mesdames Frank Lewis and Lou Nitz, publicity chairmen. Mrs. Claire (Frerking gave a alk on the world's fair, and Mrs. Leaverton, H .D. A., talked project and topics relative td coming year's work. Ifra. Emily Gutknecht Leaves— ~3mma and Charles Gutknecht took heir sister-in-law, Mrs. Emily Gut- mecht to Mason City last week Honday, and thence she took rain for Kansas City to visit >ister, and from there she was to go to Dallas, Tex., to visit her parents. Later she will go"to Tuc- on, Ariz., for the winter. on the Algona 2-7 Clean - All "Hare you tried CLEAN-ALL tor cleaning your walls and wood-work? Use this for your fall cleaning. You'll be surprised at what it will do for you. Use Deyoe Paints, Euamels, and Varnishes. Botsford Lumber Company Phone 256 Ji m p oo l You get the best shoe repair work at JOHNSON'S East State Street Bertlia Nitz is Married— (Bertha, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Nitz, and Howard Jensen were married last week Sunday at the home of the 'bride's parents, north >f town. The iRev. A. F. Boese, lo- al Lutheran minister, performed the ceremony. Bertha was born nd reared in this community. llmore Phone Operator Dies — Mrs. Harry Mussman went to Elmore last week Tuesday to attend he funeral of Mrs. Stolte, who Jed a week ago Saturday, after many months of illness. Mrs. Stolte vas manager of the Elmore tele- ihone exchange more than 30 ears. Vrs. Koppen Has Operation— Mrs. Otto Koppen, who had been confined to bed a week, was taken to the hospital at Buffalo Center last week Monday, and underwent un operation that afternoon. She was brought home Saturday morning and is recovering. Library Aid Sirpper Served— The Library Aid is divided into four divisions, and the first one, with Mrs .1. E. Wortman as chairman, gave a supper at the library Saturday night and cleared $11. Xew Son for Emory Smiths — A son, Richard Annice, was born to Mr .and Mrs. Emory Smith at A. Q. Smith's last Thursday. Mother 'Plain Talk'Editor Defends Patterson for Lieut. Governor By Kditor Oeorg*! ballarno In Plain Talk) Des Moinea .. We are afraid our editorial friends of the Council Bluffs Nonpareil are seeing things, and are unduly excited, all because of the simple fact that the name of Senator George W. Patterson*, of Kossuth county, has been mentioned, and modestly so, too, by Plain Talk, as a suggested republican for the party nomination as a candidate for lieutenant governor next year. We can agree with the Nonpareil editor In his opposition to Senator Patterson's net income tax Idea. We have opposed that idea at all times, and still oppose it, for the simple reason that it would not produce enough revenue, as a tax revision move, to have any discernible effect on the tax .bills of the average citizen. In most cases it would have been font an added burden. We have felt, if an income tax is to be foisted onto our citizens, it should be a gross income tax, so that all would pay something, and not Just a small proportion of 'the people, a proportion which would have been woefully small at that during the past few years. But we cannot agree with the idea of the Nonpareil man that Senator Patterson has 'been motivated by socialistic ideas, in carrying out the hard battle he has fought for the adoption of his net Income tax bills. If a hebincome tax law is socialistic, • when applied to the state, we rise to ask why it is not socialistic when it is the national government which favors it? We don't think the'Nonpareil would, make'.that charge. .. Senator Patterson is a republican. Mis record -substantiates *•'that fact, and the editor of the Nonpareil would have known that truth If he had been a witness to proceedings in the state senate last winter, when the senator at different times stood the brunt of the democratic assault on the constitutional government of the state. Senator Patterson led the fight against the Brooklngs measures, a fight which would have been won except that one senator elected as a republican deserted his party's caucus rule and voted with the democrats. ilf the state of Iowa never gets any closer to socialistic principles than Senator Patterson will lead it, it will stand a thousand miles distant at all times. We think the Nonpareil editor is unduly excited in his trembling fear of Senator Patterson's socialistic ideas. Wesley Co-Op. Pays 20 Per Cent Dividend Wesley, Oct. 10—The K. & H. cooperative oil company held its annual meeting last' week Tuesday evening, and paid a 20 per cent div- dend. Th'e directors, Alf Studer, Andrew Gollner, and Martlett, were re-elected. Speeches were made by Win. E. Beigel, of the El. Dorado Refinine company, a_rid,by.Arch Stafford and J: P. Miller, of the Quaker Petrol- sum company. They highly praised -he co-operative spirit; shown- by he community. The total profit made by the company since its organization hree years ago, is $32,649.71, which has remained here to benefit the .ommunity. It is reported that this .ompany has made the best show- ng of any similar organization, in he state the last year,' as regards percentage of profit and increase f business. Dinner for Confirmed Children- Mrs. Peter Skow, whose grand- hlidren, 'Fidelia Skow and Ethel nom, were confirmed at the Con- regational church Sunday morn- fig, afterward entertained her chil- ren and grandchildren at dinner; he group consisting of the Jorgen ",kow, Ole Flom, and Mrs. Silas Ex-Bus Queen Mad at Ex-Algona Man Some time ago Helen M. Brewer, so-called Mason City bus queen, brought, suit against the Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. for $30,000. She lost the case when it was tried recently, and, as -reported In the Advance, "sassed" the judge, calling" him a "rat.". Now she has sworn out an .information.in Justice court at Mason City ~ accusing H. M. Empting, North .Iowa Firestone branch manager, of interference with the course of Justice in the civil suit. The case is of interest in Algona beauce Mr. Empting was formerly district Firestone representative here. Mr... Empting now lives at Des Moines. Chani'plin Oil station across the street from their residence. It had been closed for some weeks. The family comes here from Rolfe. Besides the two sons, there are three younger children, who will attend school. Accident Victim Improving— ' Evelyn and Irene Haynes, - who are taking nurse training at Mwcy akow families. Other guests were f re "J^ng n «rse training at Mwcy he family of the pastor, the Rev < !los P ltal - Maso " City, spent Sunday I. TtprnotAT, ra»Uf n >,^ «... T> , at home. They reDort •Lillian Stu- •nsten, Britt, and the Bern-if nome \ ™ Deport Lillian Stuv— guests, a Mr. and Mrs. An-K f , ly im P rovin S- Lillian suf- erson and their so, Robert This I fe ^ ed a f racture of the skull in an s a young couple who are on th^ir I automobile accident last week Suns a young couple who are on their! '. vay to Norway; returning to make aay> heir permanent heme theree, after ome .years in the United States, 'he Rev. Mr. Bemster •annual Study Club Meets Today— The Study club will meet with TTONKA HOST 0 LUTHERAN PASTORS'MEET Titonka, Oct. 10—Twenty pastor* attended an American Luthera! conference at the church north o town last week Tuesday an< Wednesday. At a .special service Tuesday evening the Rev. A. Kilian preached a confessional sermon and the <Hev. Mr. Engelke, of New Hampton, gave the conference «er mon. The Rev. 3f. Haupt, of (Belle Plaine, Minn., attended Wednes day, representing the Rev. Mr Welke, president'of the Minnesota district. The women of the loca church served dinner and supper E. L. Meeting Well Attended— -.At an Epworth League'meeting Sunday evening Wilbur Schram wai leader. Attending: 'Loraine Peter eon, Edythmae iBudlong,'Anna'<3rac Blakley, Leota Oesterreicher, Kath ryn Schram, Edith Reynolds, Helen Deed, Vern Bacon, Harold Krantz Lewis Bacon, Edith Gardner, Don aid Callies, 'Donald Wood, Watson Hamstreet, Herlene Craven, and Barbara Ball. This winter League meetings will be held, at the par sonage, as was done last winter. School News Staff Named— The staff of the School Spirit school paper, was recently organ ized: editor-in-chief, Helen Beed assistant, Ardith Nauman; actiyi ties, Wilbur Schram, Pauline Blak ley, Feme Krantz;athletics, Donal< Cosgrove, Herman Riggert; high school news, Lois Heifner; grades Alice Pannkuk, Hazel Miller; jokes George Boekelman. Two School Parties Given— ' The Freshmen entertained the Sophomores and the high school faculty at a wiener roast .in the Nelson woods, west of town, Friday evening. The Juniors were hosts to the faculty and other guests each at a similar event at the same place last week Wednesday evening and after lunch,went roller-skating and attended a show. Mrs. Blakley Party Honoree— A surprise party was f given for ,.;r.s. .. r .Earl. Blakley last week Wednesday evening at her home. Attending: George Higgins, the Mark Bacons, the John Pinks, and :he Herman Blakleys. Cards were played. Nathan Walsh Has Operation— iNatlian Walsh returned last week Monday to Fort'Shelling, near the Twin Cities, where he was to have an operation at a veterans hospital. He had been at home a few days, looking alter business mat- [)ueen Esther Circle Organized— A Queen Esther Circle was or- janized at the Methodist parsonage Saturday. Members are Carol Reaser, Clarice Falk, Feme Oesterreicher, Rosemary Bacon, and Faith Faul. Faith is leader. Former Pastor, Calls Here—The Rev. and Mrs. G. M. Squires, Hornick, formerly Titonka, called on old friends, here last week Monday, and then drove to Rolfe, where they were to spend the night with Mr. Squires' parents. Scandinavian Free church, at Racine, Wis. hurch Bazaar is Success— The gross receipts of the Metho- -; Mrs. Amesbury will lead, the sub- : Surprise for Antone Pannkuk- ist bazaar and ..chicken aturday were ninety-two supper dollars ami .babe are doing weif Grandma rue* ,v eventae The A•, Smith ia r-ni-itiB- f«,. t\,«™ ' «es<id> evening. The Aid Smith is caring for them. The pastor, the I. C. Mc- ulty, said from the pulpit Sunday hat the outlook for the year is en- He is ased to be „ ., American hymns. Mrs - Antone Pannkuk took her Members will respond to roll call, husband by surprise the other each by naming her favorite hymn ni sht, when by her invitation 20 or and giving the reason. The hostess ' more friends came to help cele- will serve lunch. brate his birthday. After "smear," lunch was served. Kmmons Family in Reunion • The H. J. .Braley family went to Birthdays of Two Observed— Des.Moines Sunday, to attend a re- | Mr - and Mrs. Antone Pannkuk union of the Emmons family O f,and-Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beed re- which Mrs. -Braley is a member.' cently celebrated the men's birth- Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday FOR TOUR MEDICINE CABINET Stoek Up Now Get (lit extra package for le 20c Boric Acid- Powder, ... :.. 8 for 21e 15c Epsom Salt 9 for 16e 25c Castor Oil «,for Ife 266 Spirit Camphor t >for Me 2Sc Tincture Iodine 0 for Me 40c Extract Witch Hazel, 8 oz. 1 9 for 41e 26c Mercurochrome .2 for Me 25c Zinc Stearate ..8 for Me 75c Cod Liver Oil 2 for 76e 26c Glycerin and Rose Water 2 for Me 25c Aspirin Tablets -2 for Me 25c Germicidal Soap 2 for Me 25o Hinkles Tablets 100's . .2 for Me PENSLAJt FAMILY REMEDIES Proven Medicines which do . the work For Coughs and Colds 25c Baby Cough Syrup .—-i 2 for Me 50e Catarrh Cream .2 for file 50o Cherry Bark Cough Syrup r— ;.2 for 61c 50c Vaporizing Salve 2 for file 50c Aspirin Tablets, - 100's __.,_: ;.2 for file 25c Aspirin Tablets, 24's „_. 2 for Me 25c Laxative Cold Breakers 2 for Me BOc Laxative Cold 'Capsules _ ---^-L--9 for file 50c Analgesic Balm .2 for file 60c Sore Throat Gargle, --_-__„,„___.,__ 2 for file BOc Inhalit 2 for file 25c Throat Drageea 2 for Me' FOR THE MEN The Extra Package for le The famous COLONIAL CLUB The finest &HATING CREAM BOc Colonial Club Shaving Cream .. 2 for ale BOc Colonial Club Shaving Lotion —. _ 2 for file BOc Colonial Club Bay Rum — 1 for file , 6Qc Colonial Club Hair r Oil.-... ...1« for file BOc Colonial Club Hair Tonic 2 for file 60c Colonial Club Lilac Vegetal -2 for Me - 26c Colonial Club Talcum for Men ,_._ 2 for Me Start the Day With Colonial Club For the TEETH, MOUTH AND GUMS 60o Mag-iLac Tooth (Paste _ 2 for file 60c Antiseptic Mouth Wash — 2 for «le BOc Penslar Dental Cream 2 for file 7Sc (Boraline Mouth Wash 2 for 7«e BOc Mag-tec Tooth Brush .i_:-__ _.a for file BOc Penslar Tooth Brush • ....__.—...—_ 2 for file 25c- Children's Tooth Brush — __2 for Me 26c Antiseptic Tooth' Paste _—_—____2 for Me ALCO-llN, the finest RUBBING ALCOHOL 60e full pints ...ij^'for file Genuine Penslar Aspirin Tablets Absolutely pure. 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W. tUSBY | Algona Drug«i.t llllllllllBIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllinilUIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHBIIllllltinyuitlHIIIIIIIIIlililBi, ttath«nm,.« unai tne annual conference at Huni'boldt was the most spirit- . •• •»"*«• -u* «i^.r j» ci lutjiiiucr | *"—"•'••' KWiww* «i,cx* wuc uitrii s iji nil- ol view. | The gathering was held at the home ! da y s b y having supper at Algona ami also of Mrs. 'Braley's sister, Mrs. Henri- I aml attending a show at the Call ITITPFPTIPA fiffo Tnoon^rtw. ,• • -fV. «.,-,* ^« * ual he ever attended. The Study class will meet this etta Isaacson. Bible i week ] meet with Mrs," Sturdivant this Other Lakofft Vews. | Week We<lnes day afternoon. Mrs. Samuel Warburton, of Swea Catholic Dane-liters Fled— City, spent Friday here, and her — son Harry took her to Manly that evening to board a train for Chicago, where she was to spend ten days visiting friends and taking in the world's fair. E. R. Worley went to Waterloo last Thursday on a business mission and Sunday he came home by way of Mason City and brought Mrs. Worley's mother, Mrs. M. T. Bailey for a visit. Sylvia Koppen entertained the Methodist Aid at the church last week Wednesday, assisted by Lorraine Smith and Mrs. Elmer Darg. The Aid will hold its annual bazaar in mid-November. Mrs. Louise Schmitt, Burt, spent the past week visiting here. The Schmifct family lived in Lakota many years, and her late husband, A Secret F 0 R MARRIED WOMEN Pcm't worry wh«n Nafur* falls you. B» win end k»p your beauty, Ui* our rel!«l tabUli. Harmless and ftf*etjy» la most uniijual cases. Ordirt rushed ojff hmnadlaUly. J2-.00 box MOT C. O, £>., plain wrapp»r. Born. '- l lUbo >r - George Schmitt, managed a market. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Warburton visited at the P. G. Torine's, near Armstrong, Sunday. They brought home Mrs. N. E. Noble, who had been visiting here ten da^. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mussman went to Riceville a week ago Sun- rlay and brought home Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mussman, who had spent two week with a daughter. Mesdames C. R. and Celestine Smith went to Excelsior, Minn., Sunday. Celestine came home Tuesday, Mrs. C. R. Smith staying for a onger visit. Mr. and Mrs. George 'Lane, New- Jurg, spent a few days last week with the Rev. and Mrs. F. 0. Johnson. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Williams are attending a medical short course at Algona every Monday evening. A number of women and their children had a steak fry at Wade Ball's Friday night. . Mr. and Mrs. George Heetland .spent last week visiting at fair at j Chicago. I 'Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Scbissel left Saturday morning for the world's fair. Other Wesley News. The E. Goodnow and Herman Os- Convention for S. S. Teachers— An American Lutheran Sunday e . oonow an Herman Os- iT" • r "" cl "- ; a" i-iiuneran sunaay tercamp families attended' a gath- sch ° o1 teachers convention will be enng of 30 relatives Sunday at the 1 at iBelmond next Sunday. The Fail-field -Dean farm, Corwith. Thei R ^ v ' ^" d Ml ' s> H " w> Schoenlein will rinA/ivirm' ftr, f i «.» * _ji- _ A ,. .. attend. The Catholic Daughters of America elected, officers at a meeting held last week Wednesday evening: grand regent, Mrs. Clara Erdman; vice, Mrs. Marie Kunz; prophetess, Mrs. Tracy Ward; secretary, Susie Pfiffner;_ treasurer, Mrs. Ann M. Kunz; historian, Mrs. Viola Loebig; sentinel, Mrs. Clara L. Haverly; monitor, Leona Siemer; treasurer, Mary Gahan; organist, Mrs. Clara J. Haverly. Trustees elected for two years were Mrs. Louise Siemer and Mrs. Rose Laux. Former IVesleyans in Visit- Mrs. Ben Swanson, Northfield, Minn., and Mrs, Tom Blaine, Dennison, Minn, came Sunday to visit t J^ r ', ^ Mrs - J°rgen Skow at°!.l f , H . en , ds l ere ' where they-form- ?"S± ™A e , U "?- 0 '«": Mi ^" one other family, the Ayers, from Blairsburg, contained representatives of three generations. The relationship comes through Mr. Goodnow's mother and Mr. Dean's mother, who were sisters and whose maiden name was Halford. The senior Mrs. Dean New Mexico, was present. a meet- Mrs Lawrence'Hansen's'last' week Friday; but since the study material fqr the year had not come, not much was accomplished. The meet- '"f, °P e ned with Scripture reading and prayer, including a number of sentence prayers by members. Mrs °t: Ca ™K? r *t. Presided jfafori«i. I It, Minn. 108 Wesley, Oct. 10 prominent Wesley Home from Hospital. John Loebig, farmer, was brought home last week Wednesday from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where he underwent a major oper- ..-.w, n**wii- MIC^ XU1HI" ,~^» lived. The Swansons one time iband, llved on the farm now occupied by meat George Hildman, and Mrs. Elaine is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Johnson, east of Wesley farmers. ^ oth of whom died when their children were young. Mrs. 'Blaine vis- lte « he r uncle, Jacob Johnson, here and her husband's relatives at Sexton. Visits Former \Vesley Woman— Emma Studer left Saturday evening to attend the fair at Chicago and visit friends at Peoria; among them being Emma Mamoser Green, and Emma Studer's uncle, George Spangler, Sr. Mrs. Green, who formerly lived here, has been a widow many years. Her husband served n the Spanish-American war. and at one time was employed 'in the First National -bank here. Her son operates -a restaurant in Peoria, and Mrs. .Green assists him. High-School Classes Elect— The high school .recently held election of class officers: Seniors— jresiden.t, Frances Ifcunz; vice Don- aJd Krause; secretary, Celia Otis; Juniors—president, Doris Lickteig; vice, Ruth Haverly; secretary, Julius Kunz; Sophomores—president Joseph Lorenz; vice, Anna Richter- secretary. Alf Hildman; Preshmeri —president, Elaine Studer; ' vice Gaylord Lander; secretary, Ruth „ ; association at Mason City last wool, Tuesday and Wednesday. This is a " ^" 01 coa school. The typing class contas v ° ulne , mbers d «ng tests of 41 and ation. He had been weeks. there three Richter. Xew Fuiuilj from Rolfe-^• The F; A, Merry family has moved into the Lou Hauptman house in east Wesley. Mr. Merry and his two eldest sons have fe'Opened 'the - Hendersons and Porburgers returned early anr , -y- naying attended the fair and a Legion convention at Chicago, since the previous Monday r B n £ on . was bor n to Mr. and Mrs Leo Hamg Thursday, September M' Mrs. John Ormsby was nurse. The Hanigs now have three sons Confirmation was held at the i°av aI ,hp ng , regaU ° na! '' hurch - s »- «aj, the class consisting of four boys and two girls ;,-T 1 te! t .? r *' eases J'-ove to Gar- t0 Marten " n Hanlon own. Mrs. Lease's sis- days. . a few The'John Hutchisons drove to New Providence Sunday, an .d brought Mrs Hutchison's mother; Mrs Margaret Lawjer.,,for a short VI S3 \. AT 40 BELOW' TiGE*t r SUPER-AC' tive batteiips start ypur car That's their service reputation. Ask your neighbor -~ 0.7-plate for Ford Chey.; Essex, etc., $6.79. 19-plate for Chrysler, Stude., etc., |8,49 ex - ' ' attend. Birthdays of Two Observed— The Rev. Mr. Killian, north of town, and Hard Boyken celebrated birthdays at a dinner at the .Boyken home Sunday. New Beauty Shop Opened— Mrs. Hazel (Nauman has- .opened a beauty shop at the Kenneth Fisher home. She formerly had a shop at West Union. Other Titonka News. Marguerite and Edithmae Budlong met their parents at .Livermore last Thursday, when Mr. and Mrs. Budlong got back from the world's fair. Mr. 'Budlong who shipped two cars of cattle to Chicago a week ago Saturday night, rode in a stock train, Mrs, Budlong following last week Monday night from Livermore. Attending a county federated woman's club convention at Fenton last week Tuesday from here were Mesdames M. S. Craven, Fremont Faul, Herman Rachut, Lee O Wolfe, H. A. French, Homer Downs, Came Torgerson, n. C Ball, Roy Budlong, and J, J. Budlong. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bartlet re- C ! ntl y. married at the Lutheran church here, have gone to Grimes to spend two weeks with Mr. Bartlet's parents, after which they are to attend the world's fair. Mrs. Homer Downs entertained Mesdames H. A. French, Le e O. Wolfe, and Harry Beed at a bridge luncheon last week Tuesday even- m&. Mrs. Ray Budlong and Mrs R C Ban attended a P. T. A. meeting at Fenton last week Tuesday night Drusill a Caughlin, Algona, and Jrma Campbell spent the week-end with the former's sister, Mrs. Andrew Hansen. CAN MAKE WltOeiMMIT Whittemore Has New Store Hours Whittemore, Oct. '10— The busi- ' , ness opening and closing' by the hours places «4 s aces , Whittemore went into effect last Thursday. For October the hours are 7:3.0 a. m. till 6 p. ro., and 7-30 f • ">• tin 10 p. in. Saturdays. Starting November 1 the hours are 8 a, ' • in effect till next March 1. LUBRICATING MOTOR FUEL with all ifa. Th*r« is on* -T;- — .-> was th« firat motor fuel n— . tho Middle West which provided upp«r<. dor lubrication. Imitation* have been ittM •*.•»«*»«!»•. can match D-X performaig cause D-X alone b mado by the patent^." Grade" D have been madt. <A vjfoiea M FALL GRADE DX „. ». - -.- *» «P«el«lly made for w *j?9S« r - ** provHtot anti-knock perfoni • nd . * lv «» inetant atarting on the cold mort withoHt sacrificinc power or mileage UM< out danyoc Qf 44 c**-*oek" on tho warmMy** S^US 1 JP«T*oriiuineo at this season of IM1 u»o M Fan-Qrade' f D-X. At all Diamond »tw MID^ONTINENT PETROLEUM CORPORA INCREASES MILEAGE HIGHEST ANliKNOCK B^PSS^-SSS- IT

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