Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 25, 1934 · Page 2
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Call 137 for full demonstration. Bert Deal . JANUARY Women Select Party Partners by New Method CLUB AT S, C, HAS MEN TRIM WOMEN'SHATS Swea City, Jan. 23—The wome: of the Thursday club entertaine their husbands at J. H. Warner' Friday evening. Games were playe till tlie supper hour, when the me were sent upstairs to trim hats the Jiats and trmimings being fur nished toy the ladies, each woma bringing a hat with trimmings. Th women claimed their partners fo supper by claiming their hats, two-course luncheon was served a 11:30 p. m. Needless to say ,th efforts of the hapless husbands a hat-trimming aroused a lot of fun and some of the women may hay had difficulty in recognizing thei own. 'So far as recalled, .this stun had never been sprung in thi county (before. I'.-T. A. Program is Given— The January P.-T. A. meeting was the largest and one of the most entertaining and instructiv meetings held this year. A pape on health, by 'Dr. C. E. Pester, was the principal number on the pro gram. A playlet by sixth grade pupils, song by the H. S. hoys quar tet, a piano solo by Pearl McAninch, and several numbers by the school band, made up the balance of the program. A committee was appointed to subscribe to three magazines published in the interest of Parent-Teachers association. Mrs. J. H. Warner was appointed chairman of the program for the February 12 meeting. Scouts to Go to Camp— The Swea City Boy Scout commissioners: E. H. Parsons, chair- nan, Victor Leland, Elmer Smith, D. W. Fults, and R. A. Bravender, at a meeting a week ago Tuesday ivening voted to send the local roupe to the district camp at "ort Dodge next summer. The boys .ave heretofore gone by them- elves, either to Spirit (Lake or ome nearby lake. The boys with heir leader will give a supper in he near future to assist in raising unds for the expenses of the camp. lliott Infant Dies—; John, seven-months-old son of !r. and Mrs. Floyd Elliott, died in n Algona hospital of intestinal 'ouble last week Wednesday. The ody was brought to the ihome of r. Elliott's parents, the J. W. El- otts, who live here, and funeral ryices were held at the J. W. lliott home by the Rev. J. C. Mc- owell. Burial was made in the arrison cemetery. Besides the arents there are in the family uanita, 14; Dixie, 14; and Bury, 6. utherans Have Annual Meet-; The Bethlehem Lutheran congre- ation held its annual meeting and 'acted the following officers for he coming year: Simon Severson, resident; Roal Roalson, secre- ary; Paul Cody, treasurer; Henry iagen and Erick Knudson, deac- ns; Mrs. Lester Larson, Sunday chool superintendent; Mrs. R. Is- nberg, organist; Mrs. 'Lester Laron, assistant; Melvin Cody and )rvis Berguson, ushers; Jay Laron and Sven Tjensvold, assistant. 'WA Gravels 34 Blocks— <Swea City !has completed 34 locks of graveling this winter hrough OWA labor. Just how mch more will be graveled is not et determined, depending on how uncls hold out. Swea City was al- otted $1765. Those in charge :hmk that at least 40 (blocks will >e graveled before the project is finished. Fairmont Choir Gives Concert— The Fairmont a' capella choir, directed by J. Larry Krause, gave a concert in the Lutheran churclh. Sunday evening. There are 51 in he choir, and the music is exceptionally good. The church was jacked. The other churches closed for the evening service. EXTRA trade-in allowance on wll new 1934 PHILCO •M»4eU. Complete tfbplay on our floors. WvmendotiB valuea *Wi «22.50 up. Free ••aMMutratlon. BJUSTROM'S ALGONA ••^ ^^^^^^^^^^^sasssas" FREE 1 bar of Kirk hard water soap, with a 25c purchase of P.-G. Soap at Long's A p\& NCE WANT ADS 6ELL Sunday School Board Meets— The Methodist Sunday school >oard was entertainde by Irene Dourte Thursday evening with 14 present. Plans were laid for the vork for the coming year, and reports of work given. iVin from Wesley Teams— Swea City's high school basketball boys played Wesley Friday evening here. The Swea first team won 24-18, and the second team von 17-13. Birthday is Celebrated— A week ago Tuesday afternoon a number of friends gathered at J. E. Vaughn's to help Mrs. Vaughn celebrate Her 72nd birthday. Young Couple Married— Arden D. Reynolds and Rose M Schmall were married in Mason City January 3. Arden is a son of Lark Reynolds, of Grant. Other Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. F. Gus Torino enter- tamed the following at a week ago Tuesday evening: Mr. and Mrs. J E. Young, Errol Young, Lela ioung, of Bancroft; Harry Warburton and Edith Buxton, Lakota- i ? nd Mrs> Frank Thomson, Mr M, d "I 1 & W«?urton, Swea City Mrs. A. >B. Tweeten is suffering Pent on Dr A "n ™, T .M Walte A. P. Whitlow, Swea, City, t o Mo.nos Monlay to attend a convon uon of the veterinarions. The R. C. Goetsches and R. Goetsch, with Hildreth Pettit, Lone Kock, were ait Des iloines last week Wednesday. w'^f 5" M> Holldort 's and Willia Holldorf, ceylon. spent Sunday a R. N. Kyle's and Wilbert Holdorfs The Howard Rec-ders and Mrs w. Reedcr were entertained at Ham Haase's Sunday. J Corn-Hog Talk is Given at Meeting of Union No. 7 PTA Four Corners, Jan. 23—The Union No. 7 P.-T. A. met Friday night at John Sabin's, and the opening •songs were Old Folks at Home, and Carry Me Back to O1 1 Virginny. Roll call was answered with titles of favorite songs. Arthur Cruikshank spoke on the corn-hog program. The program committee and members acted out Six Points for Parents from the Kegister which were helpful and amusing. A men's quartet, John Sabin, (Fred Plumb Noble Mitchell, and William Drayton, sang, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Genrich. The rest oi the evening was spent at visiting and lunoh was served. Preseni were the Fred Plumibs, the Noble Mitchells, the Arthur Cruikshanks the William Draytons, the Edward Ridves, the Loyd Grosses, the Orville Holdrens, and Mrs. E. A. Gen- riot. 31. & D. Club aieets Today— The Mothers & Daughters club meets this week Thursday with Mrs. Rose Saibin. Roll call will be answered with, quotations from American poets, and a paper will be read by Mrs. Verla Lowman on Air Mail Service. Sideroads Were Icy Sunday— 'Sideroads here were so icy that they were almost impassable Sunday, and a dense fog made driving dangerous. Most cars on the pave- ment traveled with lights on. Other Fonr Corners. Mrs. iLurhl Fessler, of Bingsted, was brought from the Kossuth hospital Saturday to the parental J. P. Nickerson's. The twins and Mr. Fessler had teen staying with the Nickersons a week and a 'half. They went home Sunday. The Joseph Elberts were Sunday dinner guests of the Roy Shiltzes, Bancroft, and were at William Besch's last week Wednesday, helping saw wood. Mrs. Shiltz and Mrs. Besch are daughters of the Elberts. Mrs. Royce, mother of Mrs. Howard Wit'ham, was able to leave the Kossubh hospital last week Tuesday afternoon. She is much improved, and is now able to get up and down alone. Mr. and Mrs. John iSeip, Algona, spent last week Monday night with the Carl Seips, and Pauline and Kathleen Seip spent Friday night and part of Saturday with the C. \. Robinsons. Mr. and Mrs. Edmond (Larson spent Saturday night and 'Sunday >vith Mrs. Larson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Etna Mitchell. Mr. and 'Irs. Quentin Bjustrom were guests Sunday. The Fred Plumbs were Sunday dinner guests of the Charles Ditt- mers, and the Loyd Grosses were at Wm. Bourne's. BIRTHDAY IS OBSERVED AT WHTTEMORE Whittemore, 23—A surprise geman. Prizes were won: 1st family prize, the fhlenhakes; second, the Burdines; travel, Mrs. O'Brien. Mrs. Rusch wa^ presented with a gift Party Honors iJeo Walters metsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. James Elbert, Paul Dahlhauser, and William was given for a candle which, burn- cakes, and it \yas won toy Nelda Jrawford. Girls Win; Boyi» lose- Last week Tuesday evening the MRS, GESINA SCHUTTER, 72," DIESJRIDAY Wesley, Jan. 23—Mrs. Gesina chutter, nearly 72, died at the ome of her daughter, Mrs. Bertha ooft, at 3:15 Friday morning. She ad failed gradually since July 20, 933, and had been confined to "her ed three weeks. Funeral services ere held at the Methodist church ast week Wednesday at 2 p. m., onducted by the Rev. Mr. Mc- ulty. Mrs. Sotuitter was born esina Jannsen in Resum, Ger- lany, February 17, 1862. She was larried in Germany to Henry chutter, March 25, 1883, and .three born to Mr. and The family came to liildren were Irs. Schutter. merica and settled at Bancroft eptember 9, 1891. In 1902 the chutters moved to Lakota, where hey carried on a furniture business or 17 years. In 1919 they retired nd moved to Wesley. Mr. Schuter died July 20, 1926, and for the ast five years Mrs. Sdmtter had iade her home with her daughter, he was quiet and domestic in her astes, devoted to her husband and er talented children. W!hen a girl Mrs. Schutter be- ame a member of the German Re- ormed church, which resembles he Presbyterian church in Amerca. She was a devoted Christian, nd though seriously deaf since er residence here, was a constant .ttendant of the Methodist church, hvays paying close attention to islation program, and Mrs. Aldrich discussed National Defense. The auxiliary will meet again next week Thursday evening. Members of both organizations will attend a county Joint meeting at Burt this week Wednesday. ' Local members will attend a county Auxiliary meeting at Fenton Tuesday, (February 6. Adult Teaching is Begun— The classes in adult education have been approved, and began Monday. Harry M. Brown, Algona, is the instructor, and he is highly recommended. (Last week ended .the first public school semester, and the new one is nicely started. New subjects include (business arithmetic, book-keeping, and third-semester Home Economics. Ships Cattle to Chicago- Carl Hansen accompanied a load of his fat cattle to Chicago, starting Saturday night. He is expected back about Wednesday. He visits a niece, Ruth Conklin, nurse in St. Luke's hospital, Chicago, and the Harwood family at Evanston. The Rev. Mr. Harwood, now dead, was once Methodist pastor here. Bible Study Class Meets— The local Congregational study class will meet with Mrs. Peter Skow this week Tuesday. The study of Christian Growth will be continued, members contributing Scripture passages wMdh bear on the subject, and general discussions being held, under the leadership of Jorgen Skow. Shower for Caroline Garmnn— A bridal shower was tendered to Caroline Gannan at her Ihome Sunday afternoon, 60 friends attend- lione Rock bask the high school girls won, 32-K radios, and by [recommendation of the board of awards of the Grigsby-Grunow com >any, this honorary citation is heresy conferred on C. L. Cavanaugh this 1st day of December, 1933.— t. 3. J. Grigsby." he services, little of which could m ?' ' She will become the bride of each her audibly. Her three children survive: Mrs. Bertha Looft, Wesley; Henry, Bufalo Center; and Jerry, West Bend. Ihe is survived also by two broth- rs, Ralph Janssen, Titonka, and Aggo Janssen, Lakota. There are 1 grandchildren and one great- grandchild. The funeral was largely attended, and burial was made in Evergreen, beside the grave of her hus- and. Boys Win from St. John's— Last week Tuesday niglht the boys defeated St. John's, of Ban- roft, 22-18. The same night the girls defeated Rake, and the Wes- ey independents defeated Whitte- uore. Last Thursday the girts Irove to Pocahontas and defeated he Sacred Heart academy team 300. There was a large attendance rom Wesley, and all were invited o lunch by members iVessling's parish. of Father Friday night the Wesley boys vere defeated at Swea City in a lard-f ought game; second team core, 29-15, first team, 24-18. On Tuesday, January 23, there will be 30th boys and girls team games ilth Lu Verne, at Bell theater. On •nday, January 2G, there will be a ame at Renwick. irandpa Giddings is 90— "Grandpa" W. P. Giddings quiet- y observed his ninetieth birthday anniversary with children and grandchildren at the home of his on A. 'E., on Monday. Mr. Giddings, though ihe has been confined :o his home for a year, gets about considerably, and retains his faculties perfectly. He reads without glasses, and eagerly peruses the daily paper each day, afterward commenting upon events. His nemory i a good, and his hearing is unimpaired. Mr. Giddings .has three iving children, the others being uy C. Giddings and Mrs. Fred Rmgsdorf, Burt. He has 23 grandchildren and 31 great-grandchildren. Many Attend Johnson Funeral— The Methodist church was filled at funeral services for Jacob Johnson last week Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. Mr. Bernsten, Congregational pastor, delivered the sermon, the Rev. Mr. McNulty assisting at the services. Each spoke of a strong spiritual bond formed while ministering to Mr. Johnson during his illness. Burial was made m Evergreen; and Mr. Johnson's :wo sons, Norman and George with lour sons-in-law, Wm. Becker, Jack Haverly, Fred Diekmann, and * 01Test Putney, acted as pall-bearers. Mr. Johnson was a member of the Seventh Day Adventist church at Algona. Adolph Kilian at St. Joseph's church at 8 o'clock this week Tuesday morning. School Declarers Practicing- The public school declamatory work is progressing well under the coaching of Miss 'Reimer and Miss Packard. There are 16 contestants. The contest will probably take place about the last of January. Masquerade Dance is Given- Thirty couples attended a masquerade dance party at the lodge hall .Friday evening. Mrs. Vee Mullin won the costume prize for women; Alf Studer for men. Operation Patient Improving— Mrs. Herman Nordman, north of Wesley, who tmderwent a serious operation at Mercy hospital, Mason City, last week Monday, is reported improving. Royal Neighbors Give Dance— The Royal (Neighbors will hold a DUblic dance and card party at the Uall this week Wednesday evening. Other Wesley News. Bible study wil be held at the Methodist church; this week Tuesday evening. An official board meeting is called for this week Thursday evening at 7:30, and all members are earnestly requested to be present. Mrs. George Spangler, Everly, and her family visited her parents, the George Benners, Sunday, Emma Studer went to Mason City Monday. The Congregational Aid will meet with Mrs. Jorgen Skow next iveek Wednesday. Auxiliary IMt Meets- Fifteen members attended meeting of the Legion Auxiliary at me Legion rooms last Thursday evening. Mrs. L. L. Lease read a I St. Benedict One hundred, eighty persons at (tended a parish card party last week Tuesday evening at the school hall. The high scores at bridge were won by Mrs. C. L. Billley, Algona, first; land Mrs. Bonnstetter,' Wesley, second, and Mrs. Grandgenetit was first at •500. Lorraine Arndorfer won a door prize This was the largest crowd yet at the card panties Mrs Frank Eisenbarth and Mns. Lawrence Cink had charge. There will be another party, given by Circle 2 next week Tuesday evening-, and •the public is invited. Mrs. Al Hose- enmeyer and Mrs. Malt Bormann will be In. charge. Mr. and Mrs. J. o. Downs and their daughter ATtircia Ann spent Sunday at Bernard Devinc's, Liv- crmore. I.udwig Sr. is in poor health. He has been bod fust some time. for Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Coboen Manly, drove through hero last Thursday and .stopped lor a short call on their daughter, Mrs. Julian Arndorfer, then motored on to Spencer to visit relatives. On their way home they stopped again at their daughter's and spent Sunday party was given Sunday evening at William Rusclrt in honor of Mrs. Rusch's birthdly Friday. Guests were the J. P. t'hlenhakes, the iRay Burdines, the <arl Hansens, the Ray Olivers, tto car Schattschne Tim O'Briens, Osder, and (Louis Bal- Mr. and (Mrs. Flynn, Algona, tended a meeting of the county Farm Bureau at Bancroft Saturday evening. This was the annual meeting, and Edward Youngwlrth, of Whittemore, was elected vice president. Woodmen Meet for Banquet—' An annual Woodman banquet was held last week Wednesday night at the Haag cafe, 11 members attending. There are 16 members left in the local camp. Catholic Societies Meet Jointly— The Holy Name and Rosary societies held a Joint meeting last week Monday night at the Academy hall. The evening was spent at cards and dancing. Louis iElbert, Em- Mr, and Mrs. Roy Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. (Earl Elbert, and Mrs. Helen Walters attended a birthday party at Peter Elbert's 'Sunday evening in.(honor of Leo Walters, jy Mrs. Ralph high, and Otto Prizes were won and iLouis Elbert, Elfoert. A prize ed longest on individual birthday temore, making etball teams played here, and the local Matilda Wagner being high point winner for Whit- 17 points, and Alvera iBehnke making 15. At the half the score jvas 13-8 in Whittemore's favor. The local boys lost, 22-20, in an exciting game. At the half the score points, tain. Georgt was 11-7 in Lone Rock's favor. Edward Mallory was high for Whittenore, making seven Taylor was cap- Druggist CaTanaughi is Cited— 'Druggist C. 1. Cavanaugh was recently taken he received a 'iitation from Grigsfby Gruno\ by surprise, when company in the the form of an erlibossed certificate richly framed fi radios in 1933. achievement in >r sales of Majestic The citation follows: "In recogiition of distinctive ;he sale of Majestic Showers Honor Lucinda Hanover- was played. A miscellaneous shower was given last Thursday evening at Fairville for Lucinda Hanover, and 500 iliss Hanover received many gifts. There was another shower Sunday evening at the local Lutheran school hall Sunday night, and ,500 was played at seven tables, Evelyn Voight win- a Meyer low. Miss married this week ning high, Seln Hanover will b< Wednesday. Church in Annual Meeting— The annual meeting of St. Paul's Lutheran churcihi was held Sunday afternoon at the school hall. New voting members are August Bernau Sr., Henry Baas, William and Lawrence Gad<ji, Herbert Vaudt, Lester Baas, Alfred Meyer, William Lauck, Herman Betake, and Werner StruecKer. Mrs. Killa SmitlT Dies- Mr, and' Mrs. fCarl Ebert received a telegram laslj week Tuesday announcing that tflrs. Rilla Smith, of 'Deadwood, S. p., had died. 'Carl's mother, Grandnja Ebert, who died a 3d Mrs. Smith when little girl, her par- year ago, adopt the latter was £ ents having died Quilting Party is Given— A quilting bee was held at Mrs. 'Herman VoighJ Attending: Mesdames Herman and George Meyer, Schulz, Archie Henry and George Voight, Michael Bowman, Willii.m Henry, and Arthur Heidenwitl daughter Lilliai Lutheran ¥. P. The Lutheran Thursday night 's last Thursday. and the latter's i. Has Party— Y. P. S. met last at the school ihall and Ruthi Vaudt for a monthly jiocial, and 500 was played at 11 Cables. The high prizes were won by Lillian Heidenwith and Herbert Vaudt, and Raymond BalgemanJ were low. Wichtendahl Baby is Christened— Wiohtendahl boy Sunday at St. church. He was Julius Wilmar, and The George was christened Paul's Lutherai named Bernard sponsors were Esther Zinnell and Julius Binger, West Bend; and ;endahl, of Lotts Wilmar Wich Creek. Grandma Strue<ker is 82— Mr. and Mrs. school hall for •attending. Five ed at 14 tables won by Viola Z; Herman Struecker, Mrs. Eimers, and Mrs. Fred Myers, all of Fenton, Mrs. Krueger, and the William Strieckers were last week Wednesday dinner guests at Grandma iStru&sker's, West Bend, the occasion being her 82nd birthday. Shower for Bertha Vaudt— A miscellaneous shower was given Friday eveniag at the Lutheran Bertha Vaudt, 100 hundred was play- and prizes were nnell, high, Mrs. R. A. Behnke, low, plara Vaudt, travel. Results of "Declam""" Contest— Winners of a test Sunday ev declamatory con- ening at the academy were: oratorical—1, Margaret Fleming; 2, Rosella Besch; dramatic—Marcella •Ford; humorou 2, Mary Corine Lutheran Choir Choir practice Cullen, 2, Helen i—1, Edward Ford, Fleming. is Enlarged— was held last week \ir J J j*i-*v* ICUTL wcciv Wednesday evHiins at the Lutheran school hall and six new mem- Wehrspann, June •Ldll ian and Dorothy r, j , ^ • wilbur Roeber, and Rudolph Hahn. F. B. Honors Buttermaker R.7 ArBartMt at- paper on the four-point (Legion leg- day at the & J. ti«yeft home. Geit« Martini hafl purchased A new Chevrolet. Me traded in his old one, Mr. and Mrs, John Gray, Spencer, were visitors one day last week «t MikeThuirs, 'The Peter Weydert baby girl Is sick. Itosary Gives Party Tonight— The St. Michael Rosary society will give a public party this week Thursday nigtyt at (Presentation academy. After lunch there will be dancing. Creamery Board Names Officers— The creamery board 'has elected August Vaudt, president; Peter Kollaadv, vice; and Mike Fandel, secretary-treasurer. Joseph Keene to Wed— .Banns of matrimony were announced Sunday at St. ' Michael's church for Joseph, Keene and Delores Thilges. Guy Farrels lose Child— The week-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Farrell died Saturday evening. Other Wliittcmoro News The James and William Redings and Olga and Nicholas Wagner, all of Bode, and the John Redings, of Irvington, were guests last week Tuesday evening at a card party at Nick Reding's. The Peter and William Muellers and the Nick Redings Ihere attended a card party at the Catholic church, St. Joe, Sunday evening. Mrs. Charles Heidenwith and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz, of !Lotts Creek, the Fred Wegeners, of Lone Rock, and the Schultzes were Sunday dinner guests at Arthur Heidenwith's. Mrs. Wegener is Mr. Heidenwith's sister, and Mrs. C. Heidenwith his mother. The Methodist Aid and Birthday club will meet next week Thursday at Mrs. Ray Carlisle's; assisting, Mrs. Eugene Schoonhoven and Mrs. Harvey Simpson. The program committee is Mrs. Carl Hansen, Mrs. Ray Burdine, Mrs. Roy Crawford. iLester Quinn, who has been attending college at Iowa Falls, is at home. Rosella Voigh.t, wtoo attends Hamilton college, Mason City, was here over Sunday. Herman Voight and Herman Meyer took her back Monday morning. Herman and Albert Vaudt returned from Des Moines Friday. They had been there to look for a farm for the Albert Vaudts. Mrs. Joseph Wallner and Mrs. Charles Heinz, Chicago, visited at Peter Schumacher's and Mike Thull's last week Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'Brien were (Friday visitors at Bancroft, and the latter's father, Peter Matheis, came here with them. Mrs. H. M. Smith, Algona, visited last .week Tuesday at her sister, Mrs. Maurice Cullen's. Both are former Streit girls. Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elerick were dinner guests Sunday of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weisbrod, Fenton. John Mosbach Sr., and Harold McDonnell drove to Iowa City one day last week for a few days with friends. The M. J. Cavanaughs, of Fort iDodge, spent Sunday at M. J.'s brother Druggist C. 'L. Cavanaugh's. The Clayton Crooks, Emmetsburg, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Crook's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O Roupe. Joton and Edward Farrell returned last week Wednesday from Luzerne, where they had been on business. Clarence Yager, Humboldt, field representative of the .Rural Service Co., was here last week Wednesday. Mrs. John Monarch had an operation for tumor at Rochester last week Wednesday, and is recovering. Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Barber and Jack Farrell drove to (Des Moines one day last week on business. Mrs. John Goetz, Emmetsburg, and her son Charles 'Leonard left the McCreery hospital Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Steil and Mrs. J. Ryan, Emmetsburg, visited Mon- YES SIR: THAT'S THE best car the factory ever built. I'm going down to Gambles where I can get repairs at a very low cost. Generators for all cars, $2.98 exch. and up. Piston rings and valves, spindle bolts, gaskets, connecting rods, brake lining, etc. 45-19 666 Liquid Tablets, Salve, Nose Drop Checks Colds first day, Headches oi Neuralgia in 89 minutes. Malaria in 8 days. FINE LAXATIVE AND TONIC Most Speedy Remedies Known. R U P T U R E H. 'L. Hoffman. Expert, former associate of C. F. Redlich, Minneapolis, Minn., will demonstrate without charge his "Perfect Retention Shields" in ALGONA Saturday, January 27 at the Algona hotel from 10 a. m. to 4 p. m. Please come early. Evening by appointment. Any rupture allowed to protrude is dangerous, weakening the whole system, it often causes stomach trouble, gas and backpains. My "Perfect Retention Shields" will hold rupture under any condition _of work and conltract the opening in a short time. 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