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PAGE EIGHT JANUARY 11,193 T!TONKA PTA HAS PROGRAM MONDAY NIGHT Titonka, Jan. 0—The P. T. A. met Monday evening In 'the high school auditorium, Alesdames Stephen de Vries, Homer Downs, Mark Bacon, Cnrl Callies, Eva Peterson, Theodore Dunmire, and II. S. Craven hostesses. The Kov. Fremont Faul spoke on The Church nnd the School Airs. Cullies provided music, -and a short play, Bringing Up Nine, was given by P. T. A. members and children, the cas Royal Neighbors Install The 'Royal Neighbors will hold their first meeting this year at the Legion hall this evening at 7:30. Installation of the new officers will be the program. Mrs. Mary Guderian is oracle; Zelba Brown, vice; Myra Ostrum, chancellor; Mary Laing, recorder; 'Nellie Van Allen, receiver; Amy Geering, -marshal; Vernitas (Lynk, assisatnt marshal; manager; Nel'lie Swanson, lor'Hftn«n.''™{i;"«nd"j* e an"l^«i, S^ lSeI ' ma Godtredson, Mary Jean Rachut, and Paul Gart- Tier. Remarks were offered by Supt, Horn. Faith; Mary Muckey, Courage; Elizabeth Crawford, Modesty; Laura Bockes, Unselfishness; Ann Zittritsch, Endurance; LueMa Auxiliary Wets— IBruns, flag bearer; and Ethel The Legion Auxiliary met at Jlrs. 'Storm, drill captain. Carrie Bonac-ker's one day last week! ' and January being legislation Zada Brunson is Married—• month, roll call -was answered with i Algonians will be interested to facts about current legislation or learn of the marriage oif Zada proposaJs. A shout program was : Brunson to Edwin >L. 'Davis, both given on the Legion's Four-Point of Duluth. They were married Oc- legislativo program: Irene Peterson, tober 21 at Crown Point, Ind., and Point 1; Mathilda. Falk, Point 2; Ol-1 after their marriage spent ten ive. Brims, Point 3; Martha Bonaok-1 days at -Chicago and Milwaukee, er, Point 4. The next meeting will They are making their home at the be at Nellie and Julia Nelson's. Jean French Has Accident— Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. French, was hurt while she was skiing down hill north of town. 'Hotel Duluth, of which Mr. Davis is manager. Mrs. Davis is the daughter of the .late Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brunson. 'She attended the Algona schools, Wedded Lotts Creek Party Honors Luella Liesener Birthday '"PHE MARRIAGE OF LUCILLE •1 Malueg, Algona, to the Rev. Olin Parrett, Hartsville, Ind., December 28, was reported last week. Register & Tribune picture. ,»<io *?itii.ti£, UIM>1| lull liui Lll OI *.IMVIL j * 1 <T i , . one day last week. She fell fonvnrd ' ? nd , ls a S radua ' e , of the National when her skis stuck in the snow and lyndergarten school, Chicago. landed on her left knee, At the time Smce has taught kinder- she didn't notice that it hurt much, i garten in the -Duluth schools. but after she got home it was found 1 -, . . . __, _. ,, , that the knee cap was badly injured, j Celebrates <»th Birthday— and she will be in bed at 'least two I Mrs> B - H - Winkie celebrated her weeks. j 75th birthday anniversary Monday • j .afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. -Claire Edithmae Hudlong is Hostess— I Winkie and Mr. and Mrs. P. <N. Edith-mac Budlong entertained at 'Sarehett, Union township, brought a bridge party Friday night. Guests lunch and spent the afternoon with were Wilbur ana Kathryn Schram, -her. The Sarchetts have the Un- Loraine Peterson, Helen Beed, Lew- ion township farm which Mr. and is and Vrn Bacon, Leota Oestorrei- Mrs. Winlrie once owned. Mrs cher, Arthur Askin, Fern, Mildred, Winkle 'lias been confined to her land Harold Krantz, George Boek- home since a fall at the county fair elman, Merwyn Han.sen, Donald Col- a year ago in which she broke two lies, ami Barbara Ball. A travel bones in one of her legs. She is by George Boekel- able to get around the house now on crutches. Farewell for Antone Pannkuks— A surprise farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. Antone Parmkuk was given last Thursday night at Arthur prize was man. Club Studies American Artist— The Alpha Delphians met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. C H ^ j. «« « 4 oittt jr 1U&IIL ill- ^Vl'Llllll" /~l I »«-'• *-<i J.4.. Schweppe's. Bridge was pi aye d, and C retzmevper - Mrs. L., G. Baker had a gift was presented to the Pann- J. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Joynt, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barry, and the hostesses. The Baptist Loyal S. S. class meets today with Mrs. Mabel Samson; Mesdames Ruth Cook and C. H. Taylor, assisting hostesses. Roll call will be answered with New Year's resolutions. Lotts Creek, Jan. fl—Mr, 'and Mrs. Otto Lelsener gave a party last tweek Wednesday evening in honor of their daughter Luella's ]Gth birthday. At tending: the Clarence, nnd Ferdl nand Blerstedts, Hugo Faulstiches, Edward Kuokors. Arthur Luodtokes, Mrs. Edward Kresstn, her twins, Esther and Relnhnrd We.tzel, Lorena Meyer, Milton, Arthur, and Mario Geitzonauer, Wlhner and Edwin Wichtendahl and Alvln Ruhnke. At midnight lunch was served. Y. I'. S. Party is Given— The Y. P. S. met December 29. , <L hal 'K e of a lfi sson on George - , kuks, who will leave soon for a farm ' Bou £ hton > American artist. This --•••--• ' was followed by a discussion on favorite magazines. Mrs. A. E. Michel, accompanied by Mrs. N. C. near Austin, ilinn. Skating Party is Given— Robert Endlong entertained other 'Rice, sang Night, a poem of Ray- children at a skating party last week .niond Kresensky's which has been Wednesday evening: Betty Ball, set to music. Ferne Oestereicher, Junior dt Vries, i Junior and Forest Hansen, and Raymond Richlefs. Other Titonka Jfeivs. Card-Dar.ee Parties Planned— The first of a series of four weekly card and dancing parties to be given by St. Cecelia's parish will Attendmg a recent bridge party take place at the Academy at 8 Arth T B £ mc , hards - Burt . were O 'dock next Monday evening. The Arthur Jay Budlonog, Phydelis Pet- committee includes Messrs erson Bradford Buffinston, Mr. and Mesdames M. T McGuire Mrs Horace Schenck, Myrtle Ama, Lamuth, Matt Selzer A Baptist, Arllmr S. Htieser, pastor—The jiast few years have given a great experience to Christian churches. They have not failed. A number O f our Baptist churches had their doors closed before the depression came. Now their doors are open. We have evei-y reason to believe that there is going to be a rrealt forward movement by the churches. It will be interesting. You should be in at tiho Lutheran school hall. Lucllo Meyer was received as a new member. Milton and Marie Gedtzenauer and Ada Fiene furnished entertainment. Fritz and Lorimt Meyer, Margaret Laabs, «nd Carl Pljahn did -the serving. Awald Kohlwes and Hilda and,Malinda Kadlng were chosen to furnish entertainment next time. Ad«lla Mittag Dinner Hostess— Adella M lit tag was hostess at a New Year's dinner parity at her mother of. Mrs. M. Mit'tag's, Fenton. After dinner Bunco was played, and the high prize was won by Leona Borclmrdt. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz, Loretta Fritz, and Lorena Elsie Kohlwes and Helen Radig from here attended, also the Herman I-Iintz family. Elsie Meyer to Oklahoma— Elsie Meyer left January 2 for Jherokee, Okla, for the rest of the winter with her sister, Mrs. E. E. Peters. She accompanied her uncle, !ust Krause, Fenton, as far as \mes, and from there took a bus to Des Moines leaving there by train. Edward W«t z cl Reported Sick- Edward Wetzel, Minneapolis, has been seriously sick a week or more, j but is reported gaining now. He Is a brother of William Wotzel and Mrs. Richard Potratz, Other liolts CreeH. The Edward Kuckers and Mr. and Mrs. .Herbert Potraitz attended a 500 nhrty at Mr. and Mrs. H. F, Schultz's, parents of Mrs. Kueker 1 . Prizes were won by Mrs. Herman Meyer, high for women, Mrs. Edward Kueker low, Herman Volght highand Arthur Heldenwith low. A travel prize was won by Mr. Helden with. The Aid meets this week Friday at ithe school hall Mrs. John Seege- barth, .hostess. The first Congregational or get-ltogether party will be held the same evening. The yearly church meeting will be held tlhls week Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the same place. The Otto Lieseners, Edward Kuck- ers, William Lieseners, and Robert Droyers were Sunday evening dinner guests of the William Wetzels, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maahs, Whittemore, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz. Elsie Kohlwes and Mrs. Evere* Drey or, Fenton, gave a bridge pai ty at the lot-tor's h°me Decembe 30, and 116 women attended. The hlg] score was won by Mrs. C. Wag ener, and 'a travel prize by Olivia, Kressin. Mr. and Mrs. Martin F. Meyer'i baby daughter was chrlstlanet December 31. The little one was named Joan Lee. Sponsors were AJ ma Meyer and Robert Schmidt Jr Helen Radig gave a party Sunday evening, iand Bunco was played four tables. The high score was won by Erwin Mittag, low by Hugo Pot ratz. ICY ROADS CAUSE TWO ACCIDENTS IN ST. JOE VICINITY St, Joe, Jan. 0—Due to Icy roads last Thursday nnd Friday there were two minor accidents In tlhls vicinity. Larry Wilson; Llvermore, was victim In the first one Thursday. He and others were at work on a CWA project at Llvennore, and he was hauling: gravel from one of ithe St. Joe pits. Going up the hill with a load, near the Nick Bormtinn Jr. farm, the truck skidded and tipped over In the ditch, wrecking the gravel box. It was necessary for Mr. Wilson to windshield br«ik through the top to get out, but Hie es-- KRESENKSY SPEAKS ON NEED OF POETS IN LIFE OF TODAY Raymond Kresensky spoke on poetry last Thursday before the Kiwanis club. He resigned a Pres- ^byterian pastorate at Bellevue re- it. YOU can help by 'cently, and, as he explained, is now 71PA« T'VlQ Vllnofn.. Ml I . . realizing an ambition long entertained to devote a few months to poetry. Mr. Kresensky has been markedly successful, for his poems have appeared in many of the leading magazines of the country. He told the Kiwanians that poetry today is Bringing Back the King, and at 7:30 p. m. on A Fifteen Days Visit. There will be special music both morning and evening. B. Y. P U. at 7 p. m.; Sunday school, 10 a. m.; Bible study Wednesdays,?:30 p. m. FIRST LUTHERAN, JI. A. Sjos- triind, Pastor—The Dorcas society comparatively neglected. Practic- meots tomorrow 2:30, at Mrs. Almal all y all important personages of Nelson's; Mrs. Ben Bakken, assisting. The choir meets tomorrow even- and and Wood row won the high low. Peterson, Bradford hauer. John Bieser, Paul Hum and" •score; Violet Slack, Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scanlan. ing, 7:30, at worship next parsonage Sunday at Morning 9. Please observe change of time. A conflict prevents us from having vesper ancient times were poets. Great events were formerly sym- 'bolized, reported, and preserved in poetry. This took the place of isong for the common people, for musical instruments were rare. n, f """' and H. I. Torgerson left Friday for day niebt Des Moines and Mr. Torgerson was „?«?„&?" to visit a lew days there and Mr. Conklin was to return to Chicago. Vance Reibsamen and Ruth Gartner, who had visited Minneapolis prnTt"™'™ 7 relatives a week, returned Saturday. f™?J?H if, v Evan Winters, who had visited Humboldt relatives two weeks, returned Sunday. The Dr. Ti.' C. Balls entertained '•then- dinner bridge club last week Wednesday evening. Stephen de Vries won a travel prize, Ray Budlong the high score, and H A. French low. Auxiliary met Fri- the Legioi ness meeting Mesdames H. L. Gil-IT T ' 3 ' read papers and Esther Lunch was S "\V f TrP— ilan winning the high score. Woman's Club Meets Tomorrow— The Woman's club meets tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at the public library. A ahange of program has been made, and Minnie , , J. Coate will speak on Peculiar Set- Ardith Nauman, who spent the ! tleme nts. Grace Miller will present Christmas vacation at West Union, a number of the high school stu- rcturned Sunday. Lois Heifner, who clenta m a ta P dance. The rest of was at Des Moines, came home the the program is unchanged. same day. The Young People's Bridge club Party Honors Bride-to-Be— at Mark Bacon's this week j Alice Rist and Kathryn Mis-bach services. The offering next Sunday Great personages turned to poetry will be for the benefit of the Amer- for a relaxation which developed ican Bible society. Sunday school at their spiritual side and made them 10 a. m. greater. ' I Mr. Kresensky ventured the TRINITY LUTHERAN, P. ,1. Bra- opinion that if the-United 'States Sunday: Sunday,had been governed hy poets from class 10 a. m.; Ger- 1900 on there would now be no de- man sen-ices 10:30. Sunday school -pression and, besides, the country teachers meeting tomorrow evening, would be much better off in other 7:30, at parsonage. Confirmation in- than financial ways. Every man struction Saturday at 10 a. m. In- he said should ' «y_m«m, INDEPENDENT B. B. TEAM PLAYS SWEDES TONIGHT Three fast home games have ibeen booked by the Independent basketfball team. Tonight the team will play the Swea City Cardinals, and Saturday it will play the Silver Masked Marvels, of Dubuque. A week from Monday evening the Chicago Hotentots will play here. The Dubuque players are the bia college, and St. Mary's college players. All wear masks throughout the game, but despite this handicap they are flashy players. Coming with the Chicago Hottentots colored team will be Joe Lil- iard, Mason City, remember as a caped with Only a few minor cuts and bruises. The second accident occurred Friday near the. Lawrence Becker place, when Paul Blumer, Lu Verne, was going west. His car skidded and -tipped over in the ditch and was facing east when it oame-to a stop. Mr. Blumer suffered only minor Injuries, and the car Was nol damaged. on Bridge Completed— Contractors who were repairing the cemenlt bridg north of St Joe and doing considerable rlprapping to prevent Ihigh flood waters in the spring from washing away banks near the bridge, completed work Sat urday. CWA workers are riprapplng banks along the bridge further north. WANT TO chair. BUY — A YOUTH'S Call Advance 254 WANTED—(LOAD OF HAY.—Momer Anderson, phone 308 or >503, 10U17 MARiRI'BD MAN WANTS FARM work. Can do anything. — Call Advance. Ilpl7 HORSES FOR SALE AT TWE OlyD Cosgrove toarn.—1C. L. McVay, phone 791. 12pl7-18 * Other St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Fuhrman drove to Owatonna, Minn., last week Wednesday to tako Mrs. Henry Faber, Towers City, N. D., Itwo sons and Val Fuhrman, Nether Hill Sask. who had been visiting relatives here, there for a short visit with friends before returning to itheir Ihomes. Mr. and Mrs Adolph Fuhrman drove on to Farlbault to visit at Val Engent's, .returning Friday. Nicholas Becker, who attends Trinity college, Sioux City, returned to his school duties last week Tuesday, with after *he Christmas vacation relatives here. Hisi brother Thomas took him ito Souix City. Harold, Wllmer, and Valeria Thilges, Amelia and Adeline Erpeld- ng, Susan and Mathlas Frlderes, lleanor Klein have returned to FOR SAUE-HA FEW LOADS choice prairie hay in barn.-^C. ;R, Schoby, Bode P. O., Algona phone 28F31. g!7 FOR SADE—HORSES AN'D PURE•bred Shorthorn bulls.—M. B. Seely, Algona. 10pl7 WOOD FOR SALE OR TRADE for JTordson tractor.—Henry Schepp- mam, Irvington. llplS BRING US YOUR MARKET eggs. Will pay 2c 'premium.—Hamilton 'Hatchery, Bancroft. 12ul7 •FOR SALE — HOME COMFORT range, 2 years old, $36 cash.—Inquire C. N.Aarnold, European hotel, Saturday afternoon, January 3. • 19pl7 LLV'E WIRE HUSTLER OViER 30, sales and livestock experience; pay weekly; need automobile; real opportunity.— (Leave word _ I9pi| Advance. STEADY WOHiK-JGOOD ,'Reliable man wanted to call farmers in Kossuth county. No „, perience or capital needed. \Vritl today.—MoNfess Co., Dept. B, FrcJ port, 111. U 27pil NOTiIOB-niHE ANNUAL meetfi. olf .the Kossuth County AgriculJ tural society will foe held at courthouse Tuesday, • January 1934, at 2 p. m.— fE. L. Vincent, retary. WHO'S AFRAID OF price wolf—Gamble's Radio Sal] continues at even lower price A-C Mantle, $12;95; battery tie, complete $29.96; A-C consolj educed to $39.95. 28-11 BLACK ENGLISH SHEPIIER pups; mother good watch an cattle dog 'bought from Sunnysid registered dog kennels; femaleJ $1.'50; males, $3.—JFred McWhorteJ Fenton phone 4313, Cylinder p. NOTICE TO UNEMPLOYED __ •unemployed who have not regisj tered since Jan. 1, 1934, are rfr quested to register at the national employment office located in the, courthouse. — National Reempioyj ment Manager. ROTARIANS HEAR VARIED PROGRAM In the albsence of a prepared program Monday Rotarians heard n turn G. H. MoEIroy, field agent 'or the Chicago Tribune, (L. E. Rinnan, and N. C. (Rice, of the Call ;heater. Mr. McElroy was asked by R. B. Waller to tell of business conditions in the territory he covers. Mr. McElroy thought things are definitely on the up grade. Mr. ILinnan told of attending a lotary club meeting at San An- ,onio, Tex., at which a play was Tiven by a group of Mexicans. It lesem'bles the famous (Passion Play liven in Europe every ten years. In Mexico it is considered second heir school duties at the Academy, j a £ e to the Passion Play, and Vlgona. Nicholas Wagner and ihls moth- 'art high school football player atj^ encd+ Mason City six years ago. He has r, Mrs. Lucy Wagner, Roselia Fri. eres, and -Mrs. Sylvester Wagner rove to WhittemOre last week Wed- esday to visit the Nick Redings. A large number from here aittend- ed the Harry Peck funeral at West made 4B "7 ch0 ° will take place Sunday ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL—Seo. ond Sunday after Epiphany: Church ischool HO. There will be celebration of the Holy Communion at 11, and all members are urged Ito be present. The Rev. J. D. Griffith, Davenport, will be here. CONGREGATIONAL — J. Robt. Hoerner, Pastor— Church school, 10 a. m. Morning worship with children's talk, 11. Sermon topic, The Religion of Christianity. Young 4 . t .__,,. ..v,,,,, .-, L1J lf) \VtrlMY -.»-« w mi vi iXCfcLlIlVll iVHO'IJclCll i-,« 1 < Al Tuesday evening, Florence Bacon ! entertained in honor of Marion Me-1' ' ° " meetlng 7 p " m and Clair Heifner entertaining. | Mahon last Thursday evening The Rev. and .M r s. L. r,. Gartner's Bridge was played at three tables' eon John, who had worked at Ue- ; Meredith Lathmp and Josephine presented a silver Friends of Mrs. W. A. Barry sur- troit a year or so, gtst home Sunday j Murtagh won the* high scores~*'Miss for an extended visit. I McMahon was Harold Johnson siient Friday with' set. his brother Buell, Swea City, who I ,, was badly hurt in a re-cent atitoino- Sur l lr ise for Mrs. Harry- bile accident. " ' ' " '' ' Violet Slack, who had been employed here a few months, is now working at W. A. Stoutenburg's, west of Burt. Homer Harbour's son Robert has been critically sick. OFFICERS FOR BAND NAMEDATHEETING The Algona Military band met Monday evening for the annual election of officers. Meetings are held in the hall above the Zender & Caldwell store, .where there is (practice each Monday evening. Lawrence L. Gillespie was elected president; Harry Spongberg, manager; H. F. Huenhold, secretary-treasurer; T. T. Herbst, reelected director. Retiring officers who have held office since 1926, were R. H. Guderian, president; C. W. Nicoulin, manager; T. L. Lar-' son, secretary-treasurer. j The band, which now has 25 mem'bers, is supported by a city levy of two mills, which has in the past raised nearly $1,300. Lowering of tax valuations by the legislature will probably reduce income from this source to less than $1,000. •Donald Parsons 'became a member of the band recently. Other members are: cornets — Leonard Smith, Corwith, Fred Bartholomew, Theo. Powell; altos—Elmer Kelly, T. L. Larson, Wilbur Zeigler, Arthur Hel'berg; clarinets C. W. Nicoulin, Geo. Spongberg R p Norton, A. T. Tweet, Glen Raney, H. F. Huenhold, Donald Parsons; piccolo—'Harry Spongberg; trombones—!L. L. Lease, Wesley, A. Spongberg, Vernon Hohn, Ringsted, William Kain; baritone — R. E. Wehler; bass—R. H. Guderian; A. Guehl; saxophone—Maurice Bartholomew; drums—(L. L. Gillespie, kFrank Ostrum. PRESBYTERIAN— C. Paul Carl. |son, Minister—Sunday school, 110; Frank Geigel Supt. morning worship at 11. Christian Endeavor, 6:30 p. m.; Esther Pratt, leader. Evening service. 7:30 p. m. Elizabeth Sehoby returned to her ijuacu aer aunuay evening in honor of a 'birthday. The evening was spent at bridge at three tables Christine Wernert winning the high score. Other Society. Christine and Caroline Wernert will entertain their bridge club tonight. Members of the club are Mr. and Mrs. C. L. B-liley, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McEvoy, Mr. and Mrs. having spent the holidays with her grandmother, Mrs. R. E. Brown. Elizabeth, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Sehoby, and sister Jean came the day before Christmas, and her parents and sister went home that night. Christmas day Mrs. R. E. Brown observed her 50th wedding anniversary with a family dinner. Mrs. C. K. Clark, who lives with her mother, and Mrs. -Sehoby are the only children. At Akre's "Mandalay" Flour is the Best Minneapolis flour we sell for $1.90 "Pure Quill" Coffee is the "best" known coffee, we sell 3 pounds for $1.00 ''Richelieu" are the very "best" and "Baby Stuart" the "next best" in groceries that we sell-and we sell LOTS OF THEM AKRE'S a reader or a writer of poetry as a mean's of developing Ins inner life. been playing with the Chicago Car- linals this season. The Independents have reorgan- zed since a disastrous defeat by he Spencer Merchants last Thursay evening, when they received he tail end of a 65-14 score. This eek Monday evening they played t Livermore, and won, 34-26. Ben Felts, Wesley, South for Winter •Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Felt, Wesley, left Monday for their winter home at Hockledge, 'Fla. Their departure this season was delayed because of the poor health of Mr. Felt's aged mother at Mason City. Mr. Felt was for many years a Wesley merchant, and he and hisi wife still maintain their home there. in St. Joseph's cemetery here. The A. C. Holtzbauers, Algona, 'spent Sunday with Mrs. Holtzbauer's mother, Mrs. Edw. Hammer. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer drove to Cylinder Saturday to visit the Nick Eischens. Mary Fiscal, near St. Benedict, is assisting with work at Mrs. Frank Weydert's. Florence Geishecker returned to school duties lost week Wednesday at Algona. A number of peopple here have been sick with the flu. Sale Dates Jan. 17—Frank Bennett, closing out sale, half mile east and four miles south of Burt, on Wednesday, January 17. 'Feb. 7—(Albert Bierstedt estate, 2% miles southeast of Lone Rock. = SS I XSSI == I i i A Personal Letter to My Friends Qff . rW ^ th a great deal of Pleasure and satisfaction I announce mv affiliation as one of the resident partners of the Hub ClothiSf whose .personnel is Leuthold-Will Jams-Reynolds ^hiers, For many years this substantial institution, known as the Leuthold group, have enjoyed the complete confidence of both thSr manufactu rers of clothSgand footwear will appreciate. g a and the ^rounding country rSst^prte?^ 1 - 0 "^^ , first -tandard reliable second—one low price to all- third Every article guaranteed with a real wrong. - ~jv*«,v/^iuctii Buuma it go at any price); courteous treatment, replacement should it connected Chet Williams in also, iportrays the birth of Christ,' with slhepherds coming to the cradle. A number of devils appear, 'but are vanquished by the shepherds. This was the first time the play had foeen given publicly before any but Mexicans. The superintendent of schools .there was successful in dating it. Manager Rice told how he was able to get the latest movie productions far ahead of many theaters in large cities. He holds up his booking dates till the last minute, and toeing on a constant lookout for the best new plays is eome- times able to get the latest productions "because he has open dates available. ;Mr. Rices' experience in the distribution part of the movie business helps him considerably. News reels are rushed here from Des Moines, and _last Sunday the news showed 'President Roosevelt speaking to congress only four days before. Ledyard Couple Married. A marriage license was issued I, District Court Clerk B. J. McEvo] •Friday to Mertin Johnson ani 'Ruby Dornell, both of Ledyard, anl| the ceremony was performed by thi Kov. M. A. SJostrand. Henry Steussy Has Operation. Lu Verne, Jan. 9—(Henry .Steussyl who had a major operation at the! Lutheran hospital, For.t Oodgel Saturday, is reported doing well. I CHECK THESE VALUES WnlfU KONOMY RUUi EightO'Clocfc Coffee Regular price 8 Ibs. 3«c Additional pound Ic, or Ibs. 57c An exceptionally low price. Stock Up! Butternut Coffee, Virginia Sweet Pancake Flour, 3Ms -Ib. pkg. Karo, Blue Label No. 10 syrup, can __ Royal Fruit Gelatin or Jell-o, Pkg. Van Camp's Beans, 16-oz. can Heinz Oven Baked Beans, 3 16-oz. Beans, Sultana Red, 16-oz. can Crackers, Soda, 2 Ib. caddy Flakes, Crystal White, 6 Ib. pkg. P. & G. .Soap, 6 13^ 02. bars Camay Soap, four cakes for Brooms, gopd quality, each __ Lewis Lye, can O •* .31 c p O C We TEA CONTEST? Oranges, dozen Head Lettuce, large heads, 2 for .___. 24c 23c RH Hill SI Department Stores January Sale Bead this column of money saving opportunities — staple and winter merchandise at prices much less than regular. Come early for prompt and efficient service — quantities too are limited! Cotton Frocks Don't put off buying cotton dresses when such lovely styles are to be had for 79c. Distinctive smart, well made dresses in fast color fabrics. sizes 16 to 44. 'Children's bath, robes reduced to .Ladies' rayon and wool hose 98c 39c Quids' Hose Priced special 4 A** for this event __' I UC Brown of bleached toweling Cotton crepe reduced to Comfort challies, -j Ol/.^, clean-up price J-£ /2C 9c 17 c Fine, Sheer Hosiery 49c Beautiful all silk hosiery in chiffon or service weight — lace top—all new dark shades. You'll like them if you enjoy sheer hosiery. Girls' sheep lin- O* -j QQ 49c ed sport coats t Odd lot of ladies' unions SPECIAL SALE Clean-up of 1/1 odd items .J. {/C Plaid sheet t**r blankets; special O / C Ladies' cotton •* g hose, special 4OC Odd lot soiled • f t* stationery., J. D C Children's Coatt $3*49 If you are interested in a child's coat see this ,trroup of fine chinchilla and pile fab- no coats— they're calues at this price. All wool knit caps, now Single .Wankelts, wool ______ HOPSE Priced special fpr this sale

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