Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1933 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 19, 1933
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PAOB FOUR Specials 15e 25c 5c 13c 15c 23c Chocolate Marshmallow • Cookies, per pound Peanut Brittle, 2 IbB iTrlple Hoarhound Sticks, 5 sticks Vanilla Chocolate Drops, per Ib. ,Wbeat Cereal, per pkg. Council Oak Cocoa, ,2 pourid can Superb Oats, < O1/ j* 66 ounce pkk. .,__ I O/2C Peaberry Coffee, 4 m f^/ ** per pound I I '/2C Council Oak Pure Country Sorghum, m M 6 Ib. pail •WC Superb Syrup, Golden Amber, 10 lb> 4£f pail _______ 49C First prize New York Buckwheat Flour, 5 Ib. bag Mouse Traps, B^ 2 for DC KOeSUTH COUNTT ADVANCE. AUK)N> WESL ST, C( YAND 3ENEOICT UPLE WED Wesley, Oct. 17—{Prominent farm families of the St. Benedict ' and Wesley vicinity were represented in the wedding at St. Joseph's church at 7 o'clock last week Tuesday morning of Henrietta Gertrude Klein, daughter of the William Kleins, and Arthur Julian Cink, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cink. The Rev. Fr. A. J. Wegener, officiated. The 'bride's gown was of NRA-blue silk crepe, and 1 she wore a hat of matching blue. She was attended by Irene Cink, sister of the bridegroom, who was dressed in gray silk, with matching hat and accessories. Both carried bouquets of mixed flowers. Mr. Klein was attended Aman. • by his cousin, Walter A wedding breakfast was served :o the bridal party and immediate amilies at the home of the bride's parents; and at noon the couple eft on a short wedding trip. Upoh heir return they were to begin arming on a place owned by the jride's parents, and in the same eighborhood. SMOKED MEAT .Wide Bacon, per pound Smoked Picnics, 10 Ib. average per pound Honey, .4 cakes SPECIALS 12V 2 c -71/2C 25c 'ormer Wesley Girl Calls- Mrs. Beryl Severn, Phillips, S. i., formerly known here as Beryl 'ranks, and Mr. Severn called upon IB Wallace Bentons and a few ther friends Friday. Beryl used to live with and assist her aunt, Mrs, Eliza Bolsinger and Mrs. Bolsinger's sister, Mrs. Ed Adams, when they conducted the Sherman house, former Wesley hotel, many years ago. Mr. Severn at one time clerked for Frank Heal, fomerly Wesley druggist. Beryl left Wesley in 1901. The Severns were accompanied by a son and a grandson. They have two sons, both ••"grown -and : married, who live at Phillips. The group was to go from here to attend the world's fair, after which the senior Severns were to go to Florida to spend the winter. Albert Schumacher s, Lofts Creek, Married 45 Years Lotts Creek, Oct. 17— The Albert Schumachers were greatly surprised last week Wednesday evening by relatives and friends who came to help them celebrate their *5th wedding anniversary. Those >resent were the Frank Schumach- ers, Arthur Vpights, and Carl i'oight, all of Whittemore; the Ben Luedtkes, Emil Schumachers, Edvard Meyers, Paul Nemitzes, and Mrs. Fred Jentzes, Fenton; the 'Yank , Teitzes. of Algona; Clara Jrulm, Fairville; the Herman Rig- ;erts, 'Adam Liebs, Edwin Liebs, gil Zweifel, and Elsie Meyer. Pastor Goes to Conference— The -Rev. E. Fiene is to attem the Northwest -pastoral conference at Humboldt from Tuesday, til Thursday. The Rev. Max Frederich is the pastor of the Humboldt congregation. lUdlffs Go to California— The Alex Radigs left Saturday evening from AJgona for Pasadena, Calif., to visit Mr. (Radig's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Radig, and others. They plan to be gone three VTCCitS, :dw. Teitzes, Wm. C. Schmidts, T . p. g. to kleet nffir*r«_ "irgil Zweifels, Wm. Boettchers, tobert Boettcher, and John Schal- ns, all of this vicinity. ohn Kohlweses Entertain — Mr. 'and Mrs. John Kohlwes en- ertained Sunday evening. Those resent were the Louie Hackbartas, T. and Mrs. Arnold Meines, Frank hellers, and family, Frank Schal-' ns. J. Wills, Edw Kueckers, Edard Kueckers, Richard Potratzes, erbert Potratzes, and Lida and ugo Potratz, Luella Meyer, the eisners, Herman Reisners, Adam iebs, Edwin Liebs, Joseph Leinin- ers, Carl Feyes, G«o. Winkels, 'm. Laucks, Andrew Elberts, Aled and Edwin Wittkopfs, and arie Schallin, Walt Pertl, Mabel eisbrod, Lola Warner, Paul Eig- r, and the Everett Dreyers, of ;nton ; Donald and Wilfred Radig, The -Young people of the Lutheran churcli will hold a meeting at the Lutheran school hall to organize a Y. p. S. and elect officers for the coming year. Other Lotto Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Feichman, Spencer, Mrs. Mary Mittag, daughter Adella/Vertina lorger, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dreyer and son Derill Don, all of Fenton, were Sunday guests at John Kohlwes's. Mrs. A. J. Jacubec, Minneapolis, and daughter Merilyn, came Sunday to visit her sister, Mrs. Oeorge fVinkel. Mrs. Jacubec will 'be remembered as Martha 'Lane, formerly of Lotts Creek. Ernest Laing and Martin Heller came from Westgate Monday evening to pick corn. Ernest is employed at Theesfeld's, near Fenton, WHITTEMORE'S 8,1 OP . SCHEDULE ENS NOV. 21 Whittemore, Oct. 17—-The basket ball schedule for the local boys ah< girls teams of the Whittemore high school follows: Nov. 81, Ruthven (girls) here; Nov. 24, Rodman (boys and girls) here; Nov. 28 Bode (boys and girls) there; 'Dec 6, West Bend (boys and girls] ther«; Dec. 8, Wesley (boys and girls) there; Dec. 12, St. John's Bancroft (boys) here; Dec. 12 Armstrong (girls) here; Dec. t !6 Ui Verne (boys and girls) there; Dec. 19, Lone (Rock (boys and girls) there; Jan. 9, Wesley (boys and girls) here; Jan. 12, West Bend (boys and girls) here; Jan. 16, reedom from ashes is only one of the arf- vaniayes o HEART COAL ..... less than a bushel of ashes to the ton SATISFACTION GUARANTEED F. S. NORTON & SON Lumber and Coal Talk Given Before H. Doctor J. H. Doyle spoke to the high school Thursday afternoon, on Success and Failure. He made eight points, but the leading ones were: Have a Good Plan — Work Hard — Be Genial. His talk was well received by the students, who were keenly interested. The ball team went to Woden Friday, October 13, and won over Woden, 3-2. So, if Friday the 13th were unlucky, it was not for the Wesley team. This was the last game of the season; basketball practice will begin soon. There will be no school this week Friday, as the teachers will be attending institute in Algona. Attend County Legion-Auxiliary— The following members of the American Legion and Auxiliary attended the Kossuth county Joint meeting at Fenton last Thursday evening. Messrs, and Mesdames J. E. Studer, George Aldrich, Tom Forburger, and Wm. Henderson; Dr. F. A. Bonstetter, John Hutchison, Mrs. Ann Kunz, and Mrs. Anthony Johnson. '.Seventy-five delegates registered. The next joint county meeting will be held at Wesley a week before Thanksgiving. Paulsons Peach at Bancroft— Mr. and Mrs. Marion Paulson filled the pulpit for the Baptist minister, the Rev. Mr. Bryden, at Bancroft Sunday evening; while Mr. Bryden conducted services at the union meeting of the Wesley, Upper Flat and Britt Congregational, churches, at Britt. Pound Party for McTfultys— A reception, or "pound" party for the Rev. and Mrs. I. C. MoNulty, was to be held at the Methodist church, this week Tuesday evening, following Bible Study. It is planned as a surprise for the MeNultys. Herman Rode, and Hilmer Wichtendahl, and Mrs. Jakubec and daughter, Minneapolis. Bellingers Return from Fair- Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger returned from Chicago Monday af- .ter visiting relatives and attending the fair. Tuesday-they moved, o the John Boilniger farm, where they will make their home. ' Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Bollinger gave a reception for them at their home near Fenton. Yisitors Attend Aid- Aid met Friday at the Lutheran school hall with Mrs. Alex Radig horses. Visitors were Mrs. August Zumach, Mrs. Gus Krause, Grandma Meyer, Mrs. Elsie Dreyer and daughter Lorina, all of Fenton, Mrs. Walter F. Schmidt, Mrs. Vir- , and Martin is at William Liesener's. Caroline Hintz, daughter of the Herman Hintzes, is spending the week with her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Mittag, at Fenton. The William Fuerstenaus drove to Fort Dodge Thursday, where their son Eugene was examined at the Luthearilhte'pkal.- ..., ; . . Luella Meyer- and Alvin Potr'ata visited Sunday afternoon with Loretta Meyer at Estherville, where she is employed. The Herman Reisners and granddaughter, Catherine Reisner, were Sunday guests at Ernest Rossis- en's. Leonard Loebach's son Joseph has been sick with heart trouble the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz were Sunday guests of Anna Reimers, Fenton. !x>ne Rock (boys and girls) here; "an. 19, Bode (boys and girls) here; Jan. 23, Ottosen (boys.and girls) here; Jan. 30, St. John's Bancroft Iboys) there; Feb. 2, Lu Verne [boys and girls) here; Feb. 6, Otto- len (boys and girls) here.' There are 18 girls going out for basketball this year. There are seven reshmen taking basketball. Supt. ". J. Rochford is the coach this ear for the girls and the boys' earns. tacftr Schattaclinrider Home- Oscar Schattschneider returned unday evening from Davenport, where he visited his sister, Mrs. Vmold Wills. Mrs. Will was for- erly Meta Schattschneider. While Oscar was gone he also visited at William Wegener's at Clinton. Mrs. William Wegener was Nettie Schattschneider. He also drove to Chicago to attend the world's fair, accompanied by William Wegener, and they visited at Erwin Wegener's in 'Chicago. Lutherans Plan Celebration— "Members of the Lutheran Aid met Thursday aft«rnoon:at VoSlock in the school auditorium with Rev. W. H. 'Discher, who gave a talk on the coming of Martin Luther's birthday November 10. This occasion will be celebrated by the local St. Paul's Lutheran congregation, and pupils of the local school will give a short 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 Fall fires. After continuous fires must be kept, coal must be used and there will fee no bin room for wood. Please see us and make arrangements before delivery. ADVANCE Algona 2-7 Other Wesley Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goetz, four of their children, and Mrs. 'Leo Heineman and her little daughter, all of Elma, spent Sunday with Frank's parents, the Anton Goetzes, and other relatives. The Anton Goetz's daughters, Hilda Goetz, R. N., and Mrs. Albert Hoffer, Waterloo, with Mrs.- Hoffer's two children, visited the women's parents from Friday to Monday. Mrs. C. K. Rippentrop, Lakota, formerly Mrs. Tabbe Loats, and her daughters, the Mesdames Wortman and Jenson. called upon Mrs. H. Schutter at the Bertha Looft home Saturday. The Loats and Schutter families were neighbors at one time, and later the Loats family creditably conducted the Wesley hotel for several years. Mr. Willett, of the Wesley high school, Mr. Graham, Lu Verne, and Mr. Briggs, Renwick, visited friends at Cedar Falls over the week-end. Snpt. and Mrs. Rowley visited Mrs. Rowley's sister, Mrs. O. C. Kel'ley, Corrpotionville, Friday night and Saturday. Mr. ard Mrs. H- J. Bralev. Ethel, «.nd a niece of Mrs. Braley's from Forest City, went to Iowa City Friday, to visit the Braleys' son and his wifp., Dr. and Mrs. Alson Braley. They returned Sunday evening. Mabel Lawlpr, B"lmo^H spent the wppk-end with her sistpr. Mrs. John Hutchison. The Hutchisons took her mother, Mrs. Lawler, home to New ProviHpnce Sunday, following a week's visit. Isabel Kerrins, pur telephone "central," accompanied by Hannah Nelson, was to leave this wepk Friday night to attend the world's fair. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Erdman will also go soon. Emma, daughtp.r of the Nathan Stiiders, was expected home this week Tuesday morning, following a stay of ten dfivs at the world's fair and with friends in P*>on'<», 111. The J. P. UhlenhakPs, of Whittemore, visitod his mother Sundny. Peter Brass, OlHe, Iowa, spent last Thursday with his daughter, Mrs. J. T. Meurer. . Mrs. Julius Kunz and her children, and the Misses Condace Packard and Margaret Looft spent Saturday at Des Moines. A son was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lyon. Mrs. Lyon is a daughter of the Ed Hildmans. COURT SYSTEM IS CRITICISED BYJ.GONIAN By Dr. F. P. Klahr. Immediately after a court is convened the judge asks the Jurors to rise, and with up-lifted right ban' he exacts from them a solemn pro mise that if chosen to serve in a case they will render a verdict in a. cordance with the evidence and the instructions of the court. Thereafter as the names of thi Jurors are called by the clerk foi service they are placed in the wit ness chair and examined as to their qualifications and ability to serve in the case at bar. The exainina tion is made by opposing attorneys Questions Asked or Jurors •In a recent case in the.KossuUi district court a passenger automo bile and a gravel truck were involved, and questions like the following were asked of the potential Jurors: Have you heard or read anything about this case? Do you own or drive an automobile? Have you ever driven a car in loose gravel? Have you ever seen or operatec a gravel truck? Do you know the parties involved in this action? Are you acquinted with the attorneys on the other side? Have you, or any trucker of your family, or any of your relatives employed either of the opposing attorneys You are not under any obligations of them Have you, or any member of your been sued for damages resulting from an automobile accident? If chosen to serve as Juror in this case, do you think you can and will render a verdict based on the testimony and the instructions of the court? And so on, almost interminably. Interrogation Seems Unnecessary. To one unversed in legal lore, much of tlhis seems ridiculous, if not bordering on the farcical, and the last questions might well be considered a reflection on the veracity and honesty of the jurors, after they have so solemnly promised earnestly to endeavor to render a Just verdict. Some of this part of the court proceedings reminds one of a culprit brought into court for a crime, who presisted in questioning his attorney and offering suggestions, till the latter rather impatiently said: "Leave it to me; I'll see that you get Justice." To which the accused replied, "That's what I'm afraid of." Let the Jury Do It. It seems like a waste of time, and therefore money, to allow attorneys primarily interested only in winning the case, and from some viewpoints justly so, to spend hours and hours in selecting a Jury, instead of letting the judge who could do it in a fraction of the time. His duty and cheif concern is to se that all have a fair hearing and a just verdict. Another thing: Why should suspected criminals be exempt from testifying in court because them might . incriminiate themselves, when the very purpose of the law is to find and perish the guilty? If there ever was a time when criminals should be thus shielded it would seem as if it has passed. CHICKEN PICKING OUTFIT INSTALLED An improved method- of picking chickens has been introduced at the Swift plant, and, according to Manager Matt Lamuth. Chickens picked toy this method will present a much cleaner and more attractive appearance. Tanks have been installed for a melted paraffin chickens, after composition. The being killed, are hung head down on a moving chain. They go past a rougher, who removes all of large wing and tail feathers. Then they are dipped in the paraffin and are passed through sprays of cold water, which hardens the wax coating. The chicken is then dipped into a tub of ice water, which makes the wax brittle, the picker peels the wax off in sections and as the coating is removed the feathers come with it. Under the old method, after a chicken had passed the rougher, all small feathers had to be removec by hand, an 'exceedingly laborious and slow process. With the paraffin-dipped method the work will proceed much faster, and the carcasses ^will present a much more attractive appearance for marketing. "This plan has been in use at a number of our other plants for some time,' Mr. Lamuth says, "and has been highly successful. We believe that its introduction (here will increase our capacity." The paraffin, after having been used, is remelted, and about 90 per cent is recovered for re-use. William Baade, 32, Near Wesley, Dies Wesley, Oct. 17—The death of William Baade, young farmer, occurred at the home of his mother, .our miles north and west of Wes- ey, last Thursday evening, following a sickness of several months with kidney disease. Mr. Baade was 32. Besides his mother, a widow nany years, he is survived by a >rother, Henry, at home, another )rother, Dick, north of Wesley and four sisters; Mrs. Ernest Senne Mrs. William Koch, Mrs. Chris Senne, Woden; and Mrs. August Christ, Lakota. Funeral services were held at the Lutheran church northeast 01 Titonka Saturday afternoon, the Rev. A. Kilian officiating. Whittemore Academy Loses. Whittemore, Oct. 17—Presenta;ion academy lost a ball game to Rodman on the Whittemore diamond last Tuesday afternoon 4-2 af- er being in the lead most of the :ame the Rodman boys ran in ame he Rodman boys ran in nough scores to cinch the honors Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Ostwald and aby attended a reception in honor f Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger ast Tuesday evening. Mr. Bollin- er and Mrs. Otswald are cousins program. The exact date has yet not been set. There are members in the local Aid. Jessons Home from Clinic—The Rev. and Mrs. Heinemann and Ahce,.of Truman, Minn., came last Thursday to visit at P. L, Jessen's, but the Jessens hadn't returned from Rochester, where Mrs. Jessen had undergone an operaion. Mr. Heinemann-is an~uncle of Mrsl- Jessen. The. Jessens • returned Thursday, evening from Rochester, Minn.,' and Mrs. Jessen is feeling, much better. School Has Husking Vacation- Next week is corn-husking vacation for pupils of the local public school. The teachers have gone to th« tSrwiti gtrtieckitt, ttfft, Aittii D*ti ttttliy, th« twit &r**U fAin ily, the WilHMi M**»r fottily, ft! of her*, the Martin Meyer fwnttr of O*rner, and the John Laucks ot Viill**. • * - •• , •WtUiam Heller, who was hom« over Sunday from Biftfch, ffhefe he is with the forest army, and Hernice Balgeman were Sunday gUe«t« at the Carl Hanson'*. Bdward Oreinert, of FairViMe, was a Sunday guest at the George Meyer's. Mr. and Mra. Carl Pageii. Olga, and Esther Discher, and Miss Marling, all of Carroll, visited Sun day with the 'Rev. and Mrs. W. H. iDischer. Olga and Esther Discher. are sisters of,the Rer. Mr. Discher, and-Mias Matting.is his aunt, Mr. and Mrs. August Laurke, daughter Lavon, Mr, and Mrs. Wiliam Wegener, aM of Hersher, 111., risited Saturday forenoon at F. J. talgeman'a. Mr. Laurke and Mr. Balgeman were old school chums. Mrs. Oaylor Johnson and Mrs, M. Thayer, of Delavan, Minn., .visited ast week with Mrs. Charles Bell. Are. Johnson and Mrs. Thayer were 3Uie and Helen Evans, formerly of Whittemore. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hackbarth ntertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. ohn Meine, Frank Meine, of here, nd Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Behlmer and family, of Dolliver. Dr. and Mrs. Ansel Conarty and Bridget Ryan, all of Chicago, III., re visiting the letter's sister, Mrs. B. Smith. Mrs, Conarty was armel Smith. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Reed and aughter and niece, Gladys Nicon, f De Witt, 111., are visiting the ormer's brother, Grover Reed, orth of town. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Albright, of Algona were Sunday guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Hahn. Mrs. Albright was formerly Marie Hahn. Mrs. Ferd Heise and daughter Erma, son Norbert, of Baston, Minn., vsiited last week with Mrs. Heise's parents, the August Schatt- schneiders. Mrs. Emma Hilbert entertained in honor; of .her daughter Agatha's SISTER OF WESLEYAK DIES: JLU WEEKS , Wealey, Oct. If—Mrs. Lucy O. Li- ier, ftlMer.ot J, O< Andrews, died at th« Andrews home northwest of Wesley at 8:30 Sunday morning. ilrs, Liter had been sick for about three Weeks, and under a doctor's care for the last two weeks, Fun- >r»l ierrices were held at the Doan ihurch at 2:30 Monday afternoon; and the body lay in state at the McMahon funeral borne, Wesley, until this week.Tuesday; when the emains were taken to Jesup, Iowa, where funeral and burial, services were to-, be held at {Shady Grove emetery 1 Tuesday afternoon, fid far a known here, Mrs. Lizer left no ear relative except her brother, Mr. Andrews, their respective homes: Miss Emanuel to Cedar Falls, Miss Lynch will spend her vacation a the world's fair, Chicago, Miss Lindstrom to Al'bert Lea, and Miss Sammin to Emmetsburg. Pastor Attends Conference— The Rev. W. H. Discher left Tuesday morning for Humboldt to attend a Lutheran pastors conference. He will return sometime Thursday evcnnlg. The Rev. H. D. Stahmer of the St, John's Lutheran church, Fairville, gave the sermon at the local Lutheran church Sun- lay. Attends Lumbermne' Meeting— L. H. iPertl, manager of the Fiil- lerton Lumber ~ Co.-, ' attended; a meeting at Fort Dodge last Thursday afternoon, with 30 present. Mrs. Peril accompanied him to Algona to visit her parents, the Henry Johan sen's. Two Go to Wortd'slfair— Marcella Cullen accompanied Miss F. B, Lynch to Chicago to attend the world's fair. Miss 'Lynch teaches in high school. Other Whittemore News Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidonwith visited Sunday evening at William Leisner's with Mr. Heidenwith's mother. Mrs. Charles «eidenwith. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elbert and sons Jprry and Dean visited at Peter Elbert's Sunday. .Fred Bailey, sons James anrl FrPd: of Iowa Falls visited Sunday with Whittemore relatives and friends. Mrs. John Jeu- "mes visited at Sumner Parson's Algona last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Smith, of Lu Verne, Iowa, vis- 'tPd Snrtdav at John Jenning's Mr. and Mrs. Werner Braatz have moved from the R. A, Behnke residence into the J. H. Wolfe home. Thft Wolfps havp. gone to St. Lonis to live with their son John, first 7th' birthday«last Tuesday evening; Games were .played and lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. -John Lauck, of Val- lisca, came Tuesday to visit relatives in and around Whittemore. He is a cousin of the Strueckers. Mrs. John Ludwig, of West Bend, is visiting at Frank Ludwig's. She came to attend a party at the Academy a week ago Monday. James, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Fleming, was home from Mason City for over Sunday. He attends Hamilton college. George Balgeman has purchased a 1933 Chevrolet from a garage at Rolfe. The car was a demonstration car. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuhn, ofYaki- ma. Wash., visited last week with Mrs. Kuhn's brother, William Hig- giris. Mrs. C. E. Woodward, of Spo- YNASEP, Bart the UgM YM Nee* for Every Oithi... oattd* of pot* wMt* Hght In JUNIOR UNTERN _ and banw la own pu from regular ttntreated motor fuel Equipped with Pyre* clear (teas glob* that protect* ill* mantlet, Oreea porcelain re- fleeter top. THE COLEMAN LAMP & STOVE ASK YOUR DEALER , ,, , Cp<lar Ra P J ds to visit at Willis homp. Mrs. Willis is a of the Wolf PS. Wpdnesday visitors at Fred Struecker's were the Walter and kane, Wash., is visiting her son, the Dr. H. E. Woodward. Werner, son of the Fred Strueck- ers, and Leonard Loebach, were sick last week. Mrs. Jess Marshall and children, of -Whiting, .visited Sunday with her parents, the Mike Weirs. Joe Schiltz, of Fort Dodge, visited last week at his sister, Mrs. James Geelan's. " The Rev. W. H. Discher was sick' part of last week. Twins at West Bend. Whittemore, Oct. 17 — Mr. and Mrs. Al Montag, of West Bend, are parents of twin boys, born Tuesday morning. Mrs. Montag will be remembered as Agnes Duffy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin -Duffy Sr., of Whittemore. Many New Arrivals of Pall and Winter groceries are here. New fruits, new rice, new beans, in bulk or packages very many of the cannedgoods are on, ii all kinds of: fruits and vegetables. Prices at present are lower than last year's price* very many items and we call your specTa aSl to. .varieties, sizes, and qualities of our peae Our new packed asparagus is of wonderful quality, whether you hke the green, natural, or white, 2 salad tips, or points FOUR SIZES OF TINS When making cut your phone order for grocerj please remember our supplies are new and fresl- otherwise we try not to send them out-but better still, come in and select what you need at AKRE'S Our "MANDALAY' "RICHELIEU' Minnesota flour is very good to $8.05 and BABY STUART" groceries an I OTTTT To« their good <* ualit y and so is "PURE QUILL" Coffee, the best for your money. Phone 890 or 291 118Sa.B*:| >* ^.. I'M CHANGING TO BUTTER-NUT W FMMDS SAY ir IS THE MOST DELICIOUS COFFEE Of'THEM ALL LOOK You get the best shoe repair work at JOHNSON'S East State Street ifecft^ste Cc iu Butternut ~^- Coffee DR. F. E. SAWYER, Opt

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