Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1934 · Page 5
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DAY. Babies Baptized in JCOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. AmoMA , 0 WERE GIRLS "—TT—On Sunday "nl 'before a Child- wfl3 ClVCflt JSlt:i ^Itr^M 11 "' Will' B " A r and Mrs. Roy Osip" d MJriTof Doctor and !S'5'E C 'K '-'ffi^lS con•by the Sunday 'i;»«e.wo«- Matf Newel, B is&Sl e £s: »h& E s jTheeslield: recitation .and F illis Gibbons and garls , readine by two clases exercises, eight girls; •Sren's day, Shirley fsong by Juniors; song, Sards and Janet Mc- 1 ; and song, girls' class [numbers. JReimers is Married— Itorned ttiat at a Lutheran 'nes Moines, Friday- after-. 12 o'clock took place the i of Signa Henderson and [••Reimers, performed by V. the >Rev. Mr. Wertz, presence of a few relatives mate friends. The bride ided by her sister, Garnet , and Glen Osborn serv- tman. . . jride, a Des Moines girl, a stenographer for the ister, Bell Telephone! y fii,, years, but is not a r to Fenton people, for she ited here many times. bridegroom, a son of Mr. s, Henry Reimers, is a e ol the Fenton high school e Capital City Commercial and is employed as cash- He Union Central Life In- company, Des Moines. couple spent the week-end ith Wilfred's folks, and evening returned to Wilfred toad a Qxome furor his bride. Blrods 25 Years Wed— md Mrs. Ed Weisbrod ob- their 25h wedding anniver- imdaj'. A 6 p. m. dinner rved to following guests; d Mrs. Edward Josten, and ir Marcella, Mrs. Blora sons Melvin and Hermit, 'red Schlei, of all Klemme; and Mesdames Mike, Phil, J. Weisbrod, Mr .and Mrs. olliflger, and Mr. and Mrs. ollinger, and Mr. and Mrs. lei, and the Rev. and Mrs. nyder, The Weisbrods have bilta, Milton, Lucille, and The couple 'were presented set of silver. 1st W. F.M.S. Meets— Metihodist W. F. (M. S. met . church last Thursday ies George .Boettcher and VeiSbrod hosstesses. "Car- Light arc Missionaries' by Mrs. Walter Widdel Is. Ohas Weisbrod, and Mrs »mphrey read a letter from (Becker, Egan, E. D., des- trip home from Europe B «iana. Miss Becker came April, after seven years lonary in India. 'for Elyina Krause— " i Amos Finnestad, Trun, and Clarence Weg- "tartaned at a pre-nuptial « the Finnestad taome last , for will become the bride even . i Wrede 'spent at bridge","Mrs'."B gwnner ot the higih score •"""• Votteler the consola- Krause was gifts. presented „ Visit Here- Mrs. Bert Peck, Long at th * Henry ** other loca friends - Mrs Mn Weisbrod. 1 Q«'ts aa Clerk— ™ ^ clwa rtz has re and Fred made clerk. Mr h co " ncill nai, an be failed by John Then Loses— Kamea were play .iSsw!& :5§S: Harr •Mr. and olen Gait Four Rural Clubslo Hold Picnic at the State Park F6ur Corners, June 13 — The four rural mothers and daughters clubs will ihold a Joint .picnic at the Ambrose A Call state park this week Thursday. Tlhis includes all members of the 'Union, Cresco, Plum Creek, and Four Corners clubs. A registration fee of lOc pays for light refreshments, and a program will be given, -each club providing two numb'ers. Heavy Rains Save Corn — Heavy rains in the last week saved the corn crop and greatly improved pastures. Most farmers in this vicinity have pastured both hay land and pasture, and some •have even pastured their oats, which may yet be helped some by rains. New Grandson for Nickcrsona— A son weighing ten pounds was. >orn to Mr .and Mrs. Fern .Huling, Britt, Sunday. Mrs. Nickerson, totih'er of Mrs. Ruling, is caring 'or motiher and babe. The •Hulings' mve three other children, two joys and a girl. Other Four Corners. •L. J. Lowman, Mrs. Verla 'Lowman, and the latter's daughter Jacqueline went to Colfax, 111., a week ago Saturday to take back Martin Lowman, who had spent ten days here. The local party CHILDREN AT WESLEY GIVE S, S, PROGRAM _____ Wesley, June 13 — A Children's day program at the Metihodist church, of which four girls were dn dharge, was as interesting and "cute" as usual. All the little ones were attractive in varying ways. At the beginning of the service Sun- lay morning the Rev. I. C. McNul- ;y baptized Robert -LoRoy, little eon of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Giddings, James Aaron, baby son •of Mr. and Mrs. John Mullins, and Carol Norma and Valjean Theron, young children of Mr. and Mrs. Theron Hansen. Bible study, Ep'he- sians the subject, will toe iheld at ;he church this week Tuesday evening. The preparatory mem- >ership class will meet this week i"riday evening. Regular services, ncluding Epworth League, will be icld next Sunday. i Former Wesley Girls Weds— Beverly Kenrins, former Wesley girl and sister of Isabel Kerrins local telephone manager, wasi named to Harold Hatfield at Calamazoo, Mich., at nine o'clock Saturday morning, the Rev. J. 3-awcott officiating. They were at;ended by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bom- mies, Kalamazoo. Following the •wedding, they went to LaPeer, Mich,, for a short visit with Beverly's sister and Iher husband, Mr. and Mr,3. Francis Supernault. Mr. and Mrs. Hatfield will live in Kalamazoo, and Mrs. Hatfield will continue her work in occupational :herapy and teaching at the Kal- amzoo state hospital. Mr. Hatfield is engaged in similar work among the men patients. Beverly and iher husband, accompanied by VIr. and Mrs. Supernault (Imogens Xerrins) will come Ihome for a visit in August. Seventeen to Auxiliary Meet- Wesley was .given the award for having the largest delegation .present at the Auxiliary quarterly county meeting held at the Country club, Algona, last week Wednesday. Those who attended were the Mesdames Will Carman, Ann Kunz, George Aldrioh, E. M. Huber, H. H. Flom, Halvor 'Flom, Leo Bleich, Zack Gibson, Alfred Erdman, L. <L. Lease, Kate Kennedy, Robert Welter, Prank Kouba Jr., Jack Studer, Helen Johnson, F. A. Bonnstetter, and Miss Laura Wolf. Meetings are held monthly during the summer, and tloe next one 13 scheduled for Thursday, June • Methodist W. F. M. S. Meets— The Methodist W. F. M. S. met with the president, Mrs. Ostercamp, Friday afernoon. Thirteen women attended. Mrs. Theron Hansen gave the lesson; the fifth chapter of Eastern Women Today and Tomorrow. Mrs. Ostercamp leii devotions; Mrs. E. Goodnow read the Mystery Box questions. A delayed report of the convention at Kanawfoa in April was given. Refreshments were served toy the hostess and her mother, Mrs. Goodnow. Summer in Texas Planned- Anna Johnson, who taught at Boone the last year, came a week ago Saturday to visit her sisters the Mesdames Herman Carlson Fred Bentele, and Esther Skow She will later attend a church Conference at Boone, and then go to Texas, to spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Nela M. Johnson, formerly Wes- If&V icy. Union 8, S. Picnic Planned— A union Sunday school picnic including the three churches in the Rev. Mr . Bernsten's pastorate Britt, Upper Flat, and Wesley, wil be held at Eagle Lake this week Thursday, picnic dinner will be served and a program given. The (remainder of the afternoon will be spent at sports and socially. \Veeleyan to Woman's Betreatr- iBratna Studer will accompany the Misses McBvoy ol Emmetsburg to Cherokee this week Thursday morning, and the women will at tend at St. Mary's academy a four- day retreat for Catholic women conducted toy the Missionary As sociation oi Catholic Women ol Milwaukee. Catholic Pastor to Betreat— The Rev. A. J. Wagener, pastor of St. Joseph' church, left Mon d*y to attend this week a retread — _ lilanned to spend tun days or two oka "' Illinois. Marjone and Donna Joan, "niiKhters of Mr .and Mrs. Noblt* Jl'^H '' fTI ' l)l! " fasl tjhe B«>al'.'i part of last week with slomadli and summer complaint. Willard Mitchell spent last week with Mr and Mrs. Quentin UJustroiu. Mr .and Mrs, Ario nittmcr and Mr. and Mrs. Quent.in BJustrom were Sunday guests at tho parental Etna Mitchell's. Thn Mitchells attended the "Prisoner ut t'ho Bar" at the Methodist church Sunday evening. The Uiriil Fesslers, Ringslefl, were visitors at ,1. p. Nickcrson's Saturday. Mrs. Fessler is taking a scnos of treatments for the prevention of (hay f cvcr f rom Doc . tor Cretzmyer. The_J. p. Nickersons were Sunday dinner guests of the Fern Hulings, 'Britt, and Evelyn Nick- orson, who had spent two weeks there, came home with her parents. The Edward Riches were Sunday dinner guests of the John Wilsons, Whittemore. Mrs. Lor- 'etta Hansen and her son Merlin accompanied tfiem 'home for a visit. The Louis Lowmans Jr. spent Saturday night fishing at' Lost Island, and Sunday were guests of the Carl Seips. •for priests held at Sioux City. Other Wesley News. Mrs. Elizazbeth Amesbury, Carroll, who 'had spent ten days with Mrs. John Amesbury, left for home .Sunday. She went with the wife of her son William and the young woman's parents, Mr .and Mrs. John Pink, Titonka, as far as Fort Dodge, where William Amesbury met them. The younger Mrs. Amesbury had visited her parents. Forty young persons were enrolled in the vacation Bible sdhool at Britt last week. A concluding program was given at the Britt E. F. church at 10:45 Sunday morning. The Misses Lillian Swanson and Anna Flom were in charge; Mrs. Marion Paulson, Wesley, and Mrs. Will Weiland taught classes. Miss A, McPherson accompanied her niece, Mrs. Oscar EricR- son, to JSlmhurst, 111., Mrs. -Eriek- :son'.s home, last week They were accompanied by Mrs. Erickson's daughter, Evelyn, who makes her home with Miss McPherson and Evelyn will return before the opening of school in September. Doctor Primising and his family Melvin, spent Sunday ihere with relatives of Mrs. Primising, including her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Matern. Doctor Primising was a popular veterinary surgeon here in his first years of practice and .here he was married to a We"*- ey .girl. Twin girls eight years of age nieces of Mrs. Guy M. Butts, are spending the week with Mrs 3utt<>. They are children of Mr and Mrs. Enters. Mr. and Mrs Butts spent Sunday witih, relatives at Plymouth, and 'brought the girls ionic with them. Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Giddings Nellie Ward, and Mrs. Fred Ringsdorf, Burt, called upon Wesley rel atives Friday. They took home Mrs. Giddings' mother, Mrs. Mat ilda Ward, wtoo had visited friend. lore for ten days. The Lester Larsens and Henn Funnemarks attended the Rev. Mr Bernsten's church at the Uppe Flat Sunday evening. The Larsei family spent Sunday with Mr. Lar sen's parents near Clarion. Mrs. Ralph Flehler, wife of th assistant at Due Wesley Farmer' creamery, accompanied by he daughter, .spent last week with i sister at Grafton. Erma D. Benton, nurse at t)h< Minnesota state university hospi tat, spent Saturday nigiht and Sun day with her parents, the Wallac Bentons. The George Spangler family Everly, took Sunday dinner an spent Sunday afternoon with, Mrs Spangler's parents, the Georg Benners. Leota Hall, wiho teaches Norma methods at New Richmond, Minn land her sister, DeEtta, principa at Forest City, are at Ihome for th summer. The Hutdhins Woman's Bibl study claas will meet with MK Weiland at Woden this week Fr: day. Mrs. Paulson, Wesley, is lead The Herman Ostercamp famil returned last Tuesday, following week-end visit with, relatives a Mountain Lake, Minn. A daughter was born to Mr. an Mrs. Ralph Bauer at the Kossut hospital, Algona v Saturday night. Titonkian Injured in Fall Off Porcl Titonka, June 12— While scrub bing and cleaning last Thursda Hazel Budlong accidentally fell ol the back porch, cracking two vei tebras, but not knowing it at th time. She went to bed, and late Dr. Pierre Sartor advised her to g to Algona for an x-ray. Docto Sartor took her to Algona Frida; where the x-ray disclosed th cracked bones. She will have t stay in the hospital for at leas six weeks. H Fenton Mrs P. J- Braner and Mrs. Her ry Wegener, Algona, were ente. tained at the home of the latter Bister, Mrs. William Stamer, la week Wednesday. Mrs. S. E. Straley was (hostes to the Hook & Needle club Tue. day evening. Guests were Mrs. V E. Brace and Mrs. Gerald Brae U Th'e Jos. Harmons, New Uln Minn., spent the week-end at Joe sister Mrs. Fred Newel's. Peter Hayenga went to tne * ai mont hospital Tuesday for a toi si'llectoony- , ., .^Jo Supt. M. B. Otterness left Frida for the summer at his homes poinett. Wis. PAGE BTtVMf CEMETERy AT LU VERNE HAS SAME STAFF Lu Verne, June 1?,—The Cemetery association hold its annual meeting and election of officers at the home of Mrs. D. Voss Saturday, nicre was the usual large attendance, and all officers were reelected: president, Mrs. Elsie Stcussy; vice, Mrs. Kate Barton- secretary, Mrs. F. I. Chapman; treasurer, Mrs. A. L. Spooner; assistant, Mrs. Peter Thompson. The treasurer reported 50 cemetery lots with perpetual care. The president and secretary were chosen delegate to the annual state meeting at Ames June 13-15. After the business meeting there was a social hour, and a potluck supper was served. The next meeting will be on July 12 at Mrs. Herbert Smith's. Fred (Jraluun Is Married— A wedding of interest to many »n Kossuth county, solemnized June 2, was that of Dorothy Fecht, of Cedar Falls, and Fred L. Graham, higili .school principal •and coach here the past several years. Tine ceremony took place at 'the First Congregational dhurch, Waterloo, the Rev. Dr. J. Richmond Morgan officating. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Stanley 'Seroke, of Cedar Falls. After a short wedding trip they wiiU make their home in Cedar Falls' till the middle of August, when tbey will come to Lu Verne to live. Arnold Hinz is Married— A wedding that took place May 31 was that of Arnold, oldest son Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hinz, and Harriet Davidson, Blue 'Earth, Minn. The Rev. L. Wittenburg read the service at the Lutheran .parsonage, and the attendants were Luella iHdnz and Henry Hinz, sister and brother of the bridegroom. They will make their lliome temporarily with his parents. The bridegroom has been farming with his fattier. Day Program ORGANIZED CAMPS FOR BOYS, GIRLSJESCRIBED Harvey Gleim, Fort Dodge, spokn _last Thursday before the KiwanLs club on organized camping for boys and girls and showed a reel of moving pictures taken at Camp Foster, Y. M. C. A. camp near Spirit Lake. Organized camping jaunts lhava been conducted for 50 years, Harry Barton, salary 111.00 Laura Mitchell, salary 05.00 Earl Bowman, labor 97.50 John Helmers et al, labor 339.75 American Fdry. & Mfg. Co., mdse. 186.98 Western Metal Products Co., mdse. Crane Co., mdse. Leighton Supply Co., mdse. George Holtzbauer, rndse. Ralph Elbert, labor Gleim said, but growth of Mr. ... ._ the movement during the last ten to 15 years has been phenomenal. In those camps boys and girls re-* ceive invaluable training in character building. (Benefit in such camps comes from the fact that a boy or girl is taken from customary surroundings into a new environment, and this tends to bring 1 out objectionable traits, often hidden during, their accustomed life and surroundings, which can be traine3 put of them. The change is so radical from home to camp that a boy or girl naturally turns towards 'better relations with companions. Pictures shown by Mr. Gleim were taken at intervals in two or three years of. life at Camp Foser and showed different .pihase'a E camp life. While this camp is a M. C. A. camp there are similar amps operated by boy scouts, girl couts, and other service organi- ations, including Kiwanis and lotary clubs. and a few invited A cafeteria dinner Sherman Club Has Picnic— The Goodwill club held its annual picnic at the Center schoolhouse Sunday, 20 members, with their families, guests present, was served, with plenty of ice cream. Games were played during the afternoon. Lee Troutman won a quilt the women made last winter. The next meeting will be at Julius Stripling's, Mrs. Harry Christensen joint hostess. Betty Holdcraft is Graduated— The Rev. and Mrs. William Baddeley attended graduation exercises at Morningside college last week Monday and Tuesday. Betty Holdcroft was a member of the graduating class. Wesley Baddeley, student at Morningside, is a member of the college Glee club, which recently returned from a two weeks rip as far west as Denver. He is low at home here. Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Kirth, Mil- •aukee, stopped for short visits t Mrs. Josephine Rosenmeyer's nd Al Rosenmeyer's last Wednes- ay. Mr. and Mrs. William Eich are arents of 'a girl weighing ounds, bom Friday. She has been hristened Marilyn Ann. The Eichg ow have three girls. Mrs. Each is nanager of the Farmers elevator ere. Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank Erdman, south of town, are .parents of a\ oy, born last Thursday, christen(I Wallace Herman. Mr. and Mrs. os. Turner are also .parents of a oy, born Friday. •Chester Horgan and his nien, of! Ugona, played a ball game Sun- ay against St Benedict here, and he score was 5-3 in favor of St. Benedict. Mrs. Joe Harig and her child- en returned Monday to Ackley fter a week with local relatives A large number from this vicin- ty attended a dinner at the Le- 'ion hall Corwith, Sunday. The Catholic women served. Mrs. John Buser, of Templeton. pent Sunday with iher son, Mag- lus Rahm. The Rev. H. B. Kramer is at Sioux City this week .for retreat. The Sisters of this parish lef aturday and Sunday for their onvent homes. Two went to Du uque, the other three to Sioux 3ity. The Dick Wermersens, Pittsville Wis., arrived Saturday by auto to isit relatives and old friends, toere t Woito is Recovering— Milton Woito, West Bend teach- r, is in charge of the Woito drug tore for the summer. At present lis wife is visiting at her former lome at Guttenburg. On her re- urn they will live at the Evans lome. William Woito, who has been seriously ill at his home here s rapidly improving and hopes to be able to take charge of the drug store soon. Daughter for the Dornbergers— Word has been received of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dornberger, Huron S. D., June 2. Mrs. D. H. Wermer- sen is with iher daughter. Vera Tiede Ames Graduate— Fred Tiede and his son, Mayor George Tiede, attended exercises ai Ames Sunday and Monday in which Vera Tiede, daughter and sister re spectively, was graduated. Tecaher Has the Mnmps— Norma Partridge, who went ti her home in Owatonna, Minn., fol lowing the close of school, is suf fering from the mumps. Aid Meets Near Algona— The Presbyterian Aid meets nex Tuesday with a former member Mrs. Hugh Colwell, a mile north o Algona. New Teacher is Chosen— Willard Lanerak has been elect ed by the board of education a music, history, and mathematic teacher. Other Lu Verne News. The Epworth League had a part at the home of John Voss Jr. las Thursday eevning. Games wer played and lunch served. Saturda; afternoon the League sponsored doughnut sale to raise funds fo the annual camping trip to th Okobojis in mid-July. They mad $7.50. Robert Lee Lichty has bee spending the past two weeks wit ibis aunt, Mrs. Elon French, Ren wick. Like so many other schoo children he has been having th mumps. Evan Lichty visited Hugh. Colwell's Algona. 'last week Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Spooner an their son Donald left Sunday fo Turtam, S. D., where Mrs. Spoone and Donald are visiting Mrs Spooner's mother two weeks. May nard returned Tuesday. William and Robert Chapman tended a Register and Tribune car rier salesmen's frolic at Oe Moines Monday. They were accom panied by their parents, Mr. an Mrs. Irvin Chapman. .Ruth Ljohty attended the etat Christian Endeavor convention a Cedar Rapids last week. She ac companied a group from Algon and Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Knutslien an son Richard. Charles City, are vis iting the Frank Bleggers, south o town. Mrs. Maurice O'Connell, of Lorn bard. 111., and her two children ar visiting at the parental Wm. Elli home. The Methodist W. H. M. S. me last Thursday at the country horn of Mrs. Ralph Davidson. St. Benedict 20.58 80.96 58.02 11.88 4.75 kelly Oil Co., gas and oil 27.58 W. Post, frt. and dray._ 8.82 aing & Muckey, mdse, ._ 3,71 dvance Pub. Co., printing 11.40 aggard & Waller, printing 59.19 . S. Norton & Son, mdse. 1.87 ames B. Clow & Sons, mdse. 7.46 GENERAL FUND . W. Green, salary 108.00 . W. Green, dogs 2.50 '. A. Van Alstyne, salary. 54.00 '.. A. Van Alstyne, salary_ 64.00 ero Service Station, gas and oil 11.11 ire Service Co., gas and oil 1.00 jsse Umbenhower, care of dump 12.50 om Akre, rent 10.42 alph Elbert, repairs 11.82 [aggard & Waller, printing 26.18 Advance Pub. Co., printing 15.18 tandard Oil Co., gas and oil 2.99 esse Lashbrook, salary _ 65.00 esse Lashbrook, salary 40.00 llliott Skilling, man and team 92.40 llliott Skilling, man and team 48.00 Willard Gregson, man and team 48.00 iVillard Gregson, man and team 86.40 eorge Gunder, labor __•__ 66.30 eorge Gunder, labor 7.20 •eorge Gunder, April labor 58.80 Oliver Bakken, labor 62.40 Oliver Bakken, labor 9.60 rank Skilling, labor 53.10 rank Skilling, labor 14.40 jouis Hagg, labor 43.80 Parley Palmer et al, labor 620.60 George Holtzbauer, mdse._ 3,72 Mrs. Wermersen is a and John Raskopf. sister o: Council Minutes Algona, Iowa, May 31, 1934— City Council met in regular session on his day at the city hall, and among other things allowed the followin; bills: ELECTRIC FUND J. W. Kelly, salary ______ $ 145.0 Leo Bellock, salary ______ 129.0 Tom Halpin, salary ------ 95.0 Tom Halpin, salary ------ 25.0 Walter Gorman, salary — 120.0 Ray Barton, salary ______ 115.0 H. E. Stephenson, salary. 115.0 C. C. Wright, salary _____ Adah Carlson, salary ---Ernst Thiel, meter reading 0. M. Moore, labor 70.0 125.0 25.: 56. 10.0 Mlil Owners Mutual, ins. _ 13.60 owa State Bk, coupons _ 880.00 Monsanto Chemical Co., chemical 12.63 Midland Chemical Co., chemical ._ 10.00 United Chemical Co., chemical 6.80 American Air Filter Co., mdse. 255.72 W. Hanson, mdse. 75.80 SEWER FUND W. Kelly, salary 25.00 John Helmors et al, labor 19.20 FIRE FUND C. Wright, salary 45.00 lalph Elbert, repairs 25.46 Skely Oil Co., gas and oil 4.87 "Ilapp's Master Service, repairs 2.00 W. S. Darley & Co., siren 23.70 C. F. SPECHT, Mayor. Attest: Adam Carlson, Clerk. Botsford Lumber Co., mdse. 243.28 t. Dodge Steel & Foundry Co., mdse. 86.53 Ft. Dodge Steel & Foundry Co., mdse. 292.40 owa Culvert & Pipe Co., mdse. _ 42.41 Spencer Cement Block Works, mdse. 246.75 lelberg's Garage, repairs. 2.03 Hesley & Johnson, gas and oil 19.45 has. S. Johnson, mdse. _. 2.75 Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil .52 Geo. L. Miller, labor 7.11 F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. 67.10 S. Norton & Son, mdse. 70.17 kelson Hdw., mdse. 4.95 Cohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. 7.32 Kent Motor Co., repairs __ 16.69 Algona Marketing Co., gas and oil 11.82 Joss Coleman, gravel 1.25 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service . 3.32 E. W. Hanson, mdse. 3.00 !. E. Chubb, engineer 268.00 !. E. Chubb, engineer 16.00 'eter Chubb, engineer 3.00 Peter Chubb, engineer ... 10.00 SWIMMING POOL FUND iouis Hagg, labor 3.90 Prier Brass Mfg. Co., mdse. 107.28 DIED 100 rats with one can of KllJljKtJM, a new discovery. K.IL/Tj»UM Is the most efficient iRat and Mice Exterminator In the world. (Harmless to human beings, dogs, cats, livestock, poultry or even baby; chicks. A red squill compound as recommended by U. S. Dept. oC Agriculture. Ask your local druggist about our free coupon cans. Sold on an absolute guarantee ot results or your money will be refunded. Sold by E. W. T^usby 'Drugs, Borchardt Drug; K. 'D. James Drug, Algona, la., W. J. JJenton, Titonka, Iowa. TUB M1VOO F1RIODUCTS CO. T)es Molnes, Iowa. All loading drug stores sell Second Week of Merry Month of June Food Values 20c 15c CAMPBELL'S TOMATO sour, -t o _ 2 cans JL O C CAMPBELL'S—All Other Varieties SOUPS, 8 cans DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE, No. 2 1-2 can I'ELS NAPHTHA SOAP, 10 bars HEHSHEY'S COCOA, 1 Ib. can NECTAR TEA Orange Pekoe, H MAYFAIE TEA Orange O O _ Green Pekoe, ty IhfJ tl O % Ib. BAJAH SALAD DRESSING, Pint jar NO. 10 WTR. PACK BLACKBERRIES, /I r _ can . 45 C KIRK'S HD. WTR. CASTILE SOAP, 8 cakes IVORY FLAKES, Ig. pkgs. IVORY SOAP, -Iff 2 Irg. cakes J- I C HIRES EXTRACT ROOT BEER, n -1 bottle £J- C "DAILY EGG" MASH, 100 Ib. bag - NHfREKONOftY RUltS 14c 21 c Del Monte Peaches Halves or sliced 21 ±33c 2 No. cans- Iowa State Brand creamery BUTTER 26c Ib. Mild American CHEESE b 16C 8 O'clock COFFEE 55C 19c 3 Ibs. 1 Ib. . Palmolive Soap 4 cakes 17c Super Suds 2 pkgs . . . 15c WHEATIES 11G Autographed picture of champions on the back of each package. , Bananas, 3 Ibs. . _- 17c Pineapples, size 86 2 for 25cf Tomatoes 3 Ibs. 25c New Potatoes, Triumphs peck 38c Head Lettuce, size 5 2 for 17c THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA CO. Middle Western D, V 0. M. Moore, labor Mrs. J. A. Freeh et al, labor 6.7 Wm. Muckey et al, labor.. 178. Graybar Electric Co., mdse 14.4 Line Material Co., mdse— 21.75 Malleable Iron Range Co., mdse. 410.64 Terry Durln Co., mdse. __ 20.10 Keuffel & Esser Co., mdse 30.94 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse 20.79 Electric Supply Co., mdae. 807.38 Tropical Paint & Oil Co., mdse. 59.88 Pep Mfg. Co., mdse. - 3.28 Fulton Iron Works Co., mdse. 2.65 Kennedy & Parsons Co., mdse. 32.44 General Electric Co., mdse 14.12 General Electric Supply Corp., mdse. 168.88 Cowan & Cowan, poles — 886.77 C. M. & St. P. & P. R'y, frt. on poles 467.06 Forbes Petroleum Co., gas, oil 235.86 Forbes Petroleum Co., gas, oil 485.79 C. M. St. P. & P. R'y, frt. on gas, oil 502.83 West Disinfecting Co., mdse. - 59.19 Fairbanks Morse Co., mdse. _ 88.65 Matt Parrott Co., mdse. __ 6.27 Standard Oil, gas and oil. 5.15 De Laval Separator Co., mdse. 30.52 Nelson Hdw. Co., mdse. _.' 14.72 H. R. Cowan & Son, labor. 1.00 Cresco-Union Electric Co., sign 2.49 Sanborn Map Co., mdse... 30.00 Western Union, service _. 1.89 Kohlhaas & Spilles, mdse. 35.25 Booth & Olson, labor 45.04 Skelly Oil Co., gas and oil 13.26 Standard Oil Co., mdse. _. 16.91 Express Co., express 6.25 H. W. Post, frt. and dray.. 21.26 H. W. Post, frt. and dray._ 14.01 Aero Service, gas and oil- 2.98 Advance Pub. Co., printing 58.07 Haggard & Waller, printing 12.20 N. W. Bell Tel. Co., service 24.73 West. Electric Supply Co., mdse - 936.54 K. D. James, mdse. .31 Ray Anderson et al, refund dep. - 15.00 WATER FUND J. W. Kelly, salary 65.00 Frank Ostrum, salary 115.00 REDUCED! PONTIAC 8 DOWN ON ALL MODELS THE GREATEST VALUE IN THE LOW-PRICED FIELD! ONLY *675 AND UP J^l \ ' : Liat prices. Pontiac, Mich. With standardextnoqaJpmont.t&eddJtionAJ. Pontiao it a Genera/Mo Effective immediately, Pontiac announces a sweeping price reduction on every car in the Pontiac line. Nothing Changed but the Price! In making this sensational price reduction, Pontiac further announces that the big, beautiful Pontiac Eight has not been cheapened in any way , . . nothing has been omitted... nothing has been changed but the price t Sine Car-Sane Performance Sane Economy - - New Value The Pontiac Eight, now listing at *40 less, is the identical car that has thrilled thousands of owners with its remarkable smoothness, ease of riding and exceptional economy. It has the same 117-inch wheelbase, Knee-Action wheels, True-Course steering, powerful Bendiz brakes, Fisher bodies and Fisher No Draft Ventilation. 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