Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1934 · Page 2
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3?AGE TWO WEEK-END SPECIALS ^Tropical Iced Tea 1 Qf» Blend, pint jar I 5JG 4Council Oak Orange Pekoe, 1-2 Ib. cart. __ ^Green Japan Tea lifting, pound JTac-Cut Coffee, ,J)Ound can "Navy Beans, 8 Ib. bag Macaroni or Spaghetti, 2 Ibs. Post Toasties, large pkg. Superb Peanut Butter, 24-oz. jar Graham Crackers, 2-lb. caddy Mackerel, tall pound can .Walter Baker's Cocoa, 1-2 Ib. can — S-O-S Magic Scour- Sng Pads, 2 pkgs. ___ ,Tomatoes, No. 2 can Gooseberries, No. 10 can Superb Milk, 3 tall cans Priscilla Wafers, 1 pound bag 'Stock Salt, 100 Ib. bag • Corn, No. 2 can Gold Dust Scouring Powder, per can Salmon, 2 tall cans 1Cc 28c 14c 17c 10c 24c 23c 10c 10c 25c 9c 47c 17c 21 c 52c .9c 5c 25c sagging porch or shaking steps!" The entire family en joys using the porch now that Harry has remodeled it so attractively. First, he tore out the old crumbling foundation and put in a substantial one that is rotproof. This will keep 'he porch floor from warping and sagging. A PORCH THAT LASTS "Then he built weatherproof steps that won't burn, rot or need painting. Harry says that this kind oi construction eliminates repair bills—that's music to my ears!" Remodeling suggestions on durable, repair- iree porches will cost you nothing and place you under no obligation. Get them today. F. S. NORTON & SON Building Material Phone 229 SWEA CITYANS TO BROADCAST NEXTJUNDAY Swea City, July 10—A group of Lutheran young people, with their pastor, the Rev. R. C. Swanson, will conduct the vesper services Sunday afternoon from 5 to 6 from the Henry Field station KFNF at Shenandoah. The Rev. Mr. Swanson will have a short sermon, and the remainder of the time will be given over to the octette. Those in the octette will be Thorvald Dahl Loyd A. Anderson, Theodore Wallentine, Richard O'Green, EIna Berg, Martha Holcomb, and Doris and Luella Jensen. Swn Twp. Youth Dies— Alvin Linde, 17-year-old son of the Harry Lindes, of Swea township, died last week Wednesday afternoon at the Fairmont hospital from pneumonia, which set in after an operation for a cancerous growth on his right arm. He was graduated from the Armstrong high school a year ago. Funeral services were held from the Baptist church Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, and burial was made in the Swea township cemetery. V. C. T. U. Picnic is Planned— What is known as the annual picnic and Guest day of the W. C. T. U. will be held next Tuesday 6 :ernoon at the city park with supper at 5 o'clock. Mrs. Kesler and Mrs. McCrary are in charge of the program, Mrs. Wm. Thompson, Mrs. G. R. McDowell and Mrs. S August Peterson, the menu and arrangements. This is an annual svent attended by temperance lead- irs from all over the county. Muhlemn'u Moyies Arc Shown— The Rev. W. G. Muhleman, Methodist district Supt., of Algona, showed his moving pictures, taken on his vacation trip south this spring at the Methodist church a week ago Monday. He visited col- .eges and schools in Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, and Missouri. The movies were shown to a packed house and thoroughly enjoyed all. It took two hours to run them. Eagle Twp. Baby Dies— Delores Ann, the 19-months-old daughter of the Herman Jaskulkes, of Eagle township, died at the Algona hospital Saturday morning. She was stricken with measles and complications set in. Besides her parents, she is survived by two brothers. Burial was made at Armstrong after Lutheran church services. KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALQONA, IOWA Cardinals at St. Joe Win from Irvington Nine, 9-8 St. Joe. July 11—Two home runs, one by O. Wagner, the other by P. Becker, spelled defeat for Irvington in a ball game Sunday at St. Joe, score 8-6. Wagner's tally in the seventh broke a 5-5 tie, the Cardinals then clinched and the game in the eighth, when Becker brought in a man on base. Irvington staged a mild rally in the ninth, scoring a run after two men were out. Next Sunday the Cardinals will travel to Livermore. William Oil Station Tnnk— Lawrence Becker and Hammer drove to Wesley last Thursday, and Mr. Becker bought an air compresser tank there for his Phillips 66 oil station. It has since been installed. Peter Erpelding Still Patient- Peter J. Erpelding is still at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, and his condition remains about the same. He was taken to the hospital three weeks ago, suffering from appendicitis. Arthur Werdens Lose Child- Becker's house and badly damaged it. ' Other St. Joe. The John Terhaars, Rice, Minn., visited relatives here last week. She Is a niece of Mrs. Lucy Wagner. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ktnkade and Bob and Hugh Kinkade, West Bend, were at Mrs. Wagner's Saturday. St. Joe friends of Frank Erdman, St. Benedict, were saddened to learn of his death Friday at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, following two appendicitis operations. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ries and the Eugene Welters, of Somers, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Davis, Rutland, were at George Schaller's last week Wednesday. Sister M. Ursula, Sioux City, went home Saturday after a short visit with relatives here. She is a sister of Mrs, Joe Stattleman. Elizabeth Ziemet is helping her grandmother, Mrs. Henry Ziemet Sr., with her duties during Isa- FENTON GROUP ATTENDS ALGDNA MEET Fenton, July 10 — Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod, Ella .Dreyer and Marjor- de Bailey attended a 4-H meeting at Ailgona last Monday for leaders and demonstration teams of the south fialf of Kossuth. Marjorie Bailey and Ella Dreyer gave ia demonstration at the meeting on fruit drinks made from canned fruits with garnisfhes. The various ;eaniiS are preparing demonstrations for Achievement day. The Fenton Forwards held a regular meeting Saturday at Alice, 'Ruth and Alvina Dreyer's: iRoW call, One fact I have learned in Ulie canning plroject this year; conventional report, Clara Gramenz; demostration, fruit drinks, Ella Dreyer and Marjorie (Bailey; poetry, 'Leona Borchardt and Virginia Frank. Lucille Gring, H. D. A., was- Iliere to help the girls wittti their demonstration. Woman Stricken in Yard- Mrs. L. O .McNeal suffered a stroke last Thursday morning while out in the yard. Neighbors found her and carried her into the house. Help was summoned and it was found her entire right side was paralyzed. She is conscious, but is very weak. Doctor West and Mrs. Marie Jacobs are caring for her. Reunion Planned— Mr. and Mrs. T. E. McGowau and daughter Rosamond, of Cedar Rap- ds, are visiting the daughter, rlrs. William Barker, 'ohn McGowan, his A brother.; Jennings, Alvera Behnke, June wife and: W ehrspan, Mathilda Wagner, Irene daughter Marylin, and Mrs. John Heller, Leona . Naas, Verda and Briggs, also of Cedar Rapids, spent. Selma Meyer, all Whittemore, and Saturday at the Barker home. They planned a reunion for next Sunday. Woman Sick; Traffic Stopped— Mrs. A. B. Tweeten is seriously ill at her home with typhoid pneumonia. Three weeks ago she was SURPRISE Legion Pavilion BANCROFT Wednesday, July 18 Frank Robinson's i 8-piece Band With Lady Entertainer 25c per couple lady lOc Men 19c DIED 100 rats with one can of KHjIjZUM, a new discovery. K.IL.IJZUM Is the most efficient i'Rat and Mice Kxtermin- ator In the world. Harmless to human beings, dogs, cats, livestock, poultry or evt-n baby chicks. A red squill compound as recommended by U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. Ask your local druggist about our free coupon cans. Sold on an absolute guarantee of results or your money will be refunded. Sold by E. W. Lusby Drugs, Borcliardt Drug, K. D. James Drug, Algona, la., W. J. Denton, Titonka. Iowa. THE aiYCO PRODUCTS CO. Des Moines, Iowa. All leading drug stores sell KILLZUM. Wool Bring ia Your Wool. PuJl raarket price and Jib- ifcj grading. JOE GfiEBNBE&G 118 jiii inn iifrueiis iiuttv lyiiiiu — The 4-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Werden died Saturday night at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, of lockjaw. Mr. Werden is manager of a Standard Oil station three miles south of St. Joe, K'liullors Lose to Bode — McNeil's Champlin Riverdale klt- tenball team played a Bode team at Bode on the Fourth and lost, 6-3. Rain made the field muddy. Canadians in Visit Here — Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fellhauer, of British Columbia, were at Geo. Schaller's Friday. Mr. Fellhauer is a cousin of George. Friendly Club Has Picnic— A Friendly club picnic scheduled 'or the Fourth was postponed till this week Wednesday at Mrs. Rob't Casey's. Lightning Destroys a Chimney- Lightning in one of the recent ruins struck a chimney at Antone WHITTEMORE CELEBRATION BIG SUCCESS Wbittemore, July 11 — The Fourth celebration here was a great success. Lieutenant Governor Kraschel was speaker. In spite of rain there was a large attendance at the celebration. The first ball game was won by Lotts Creek from Fenton, 8-3, but in the second game Lotts Creek lost to Whittemore, 10-1. The Lotts Creek Little German band furnished music, and the George Carmody orchestra played for an evening dance which drew a large crowd. Dorothy Heidemvith 17; Party- Dorothy Heidenwith • entertained 15 girls Sunday evening, in honor of her 17th birthday. Attending: Bertha Potratz, Lotts Creek; Evelyn and Rosella Voight, Myrtle and oeue ivruecKer s aosence. Mrs. Jacob Haun and Mrs. Johi Haun, Chicago, visited the Fre< Illgs and other local relatives dur ing the past two weeks. Fred Garmann, Joseph Schad, an< Richard Hoberer spent the Fourt at Elmore and Blue Earth will Fred's relatives. The Nick Redings, Whittemore and Maxine Schumacker, De Moines, visited at Mrs. Lucy Wag ner's Sunday. Nick Bormann Jr. is having hi barn reshingled. A few weeks ag( a wind storm tore off many of th shingles. Mrs. M. Hanifan and Thoma spent several days, last week witl the son Bernard, south of Liver more. Martin McGuire, Mr. and Mrs Joseph Vollmer, and Thomas Beck ed drove to Rockwell City Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Fourage en tertained at a party Sunday even ing. , hi Hill, presented by the Fairvill Walther League Friday evening a St. Paul's Lutheran schoolhous here, was well attended. Rain Stops Ball Game— The ball team played Ayrshir here Sunday, but rain stopped th game in the seventh inning whei the score favored Whittemore, 4-C Boy for Jacob Hartmans — Mr, and Mrs. Jake Hartman, o Rodman, are parents of a boy, bor last Thursday. Mrs. Hartman wa formerly Gertrude Keene. McDonnell Brotlier-in-Law Dies— M. P. McDonnell received wor that his brother-in-law, a Mr. Hal loran, Hastings, Neb., died Satui day. Other Whittemore. George Schultz, son Norman, an Leonard Meyer drove to Ames las week Tuesday to visit the Erwi Kueckers, and were accompanie back by Mr. and Mrs. Kuecker, wh remained till last Thursday, whe Mr. and Mrs. George Maahs, daugl- ter Marlyn, and Lillian Kuecke Cnlifornians Are Honored— A. family reunion was held at Carrie Voight's honoring the Ed. McAdams family, of El Monte, California. Present were tihe Art Bettin family, of Burt; Mr. and Mrs Homer McAdams, of Rippey; Mr and Mrs. George Boevers and son Donald, of Algona; the Mrs. Mae Voiglht family and the Paul Kleinz- es, of Welcome, Minn., John Planning, of Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boevers and daughter Lilas; Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Steinbeck and daughter Myra and Mr and Mrs. Philip Weisbrod. The McAdams left Tuesday to visit relatives in Soutlh' Dakota. Attend Okoboji Institute— A group of boys and girls left Monday morning for the Metho dist camp at Okoboji to attend Epworth League Institute for a week. The (Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder accompanied tlhem. Those wiho went are Marjorie and Donna Jean Bailey, Ardis Voight, Isabelle and Tola Barber, Ruth Vaudt, Mernaitook them home. Lillian stayed June Weisbrod, Claudia Voight Verabelle Ulfers, Laura Boettcher, Gladys Stoeber, Elvira Laabs Dale Weisbrod, Paul Voight, Geo Skare, Harclley Bailey, Edward l/indsey. Rolaod Geronsin, Hers'hel Harlmau, John Bailey aiid Eugene Newel. Legnue Goes to Algona— The Fenton Walther 'Leafiue attended tlhe eighth annuail rally a Algona public scihool July 1. They contributed the following numbers on the program: Accordian solo Edna Struecker; German folk isong, Hildegarde Ka-bslitz, accom panied at the piano by her sister Tusnelda; The Blind Girl o Pompeii, Ruby Bantleman; piano .solo, Majesty of the Deep, Hilde garde Kabelitz. This was their first visat at an annual rally anc they enjoyed it. Brithday Tea Is Held— The July and August Birthda; Teas were held jointly at A Methodist clvurdh a week ago M»n iday evening, and proceeds wer $14. Dist Supt. Muhleman, of Algona, showed moving pictures' of his trip through tine south. Hostesses wei'e Mesdames H. J. Reeder, W. J. Weisbrod; G. W. Newel; Ray Stoeber, John Light; John there for a few weeks. Erwin is a brother of Mrs. Maahs and Lillian, Mrs. Jas. Meurer, who had been at Menominee, Mich., three weeks, Irene Conners, Emmetsburg. Prizes!got home Saturday. She visited the in contests were won by Alvera Behnke, lola Barber, Selma Meyer, and Evelyn Voight. Decorations were red, white, and blue. A two- course lunch was served, and the flu, but later developed into typhoid fever. The street has been closed in that block stopping traffic noises. A trained nurse from Forest City is caring for her. Poultry Plant is Sold— The Swea City poultry plant formerly owned by Westcott & Winks, Sumner, has been sold to the Forest City Produce Co., who take possession as soon as the inventory is completed. Jeff Hanifan will continue as manager. Youth Joins CCC Camp- Gerald Garber left Sunday for the CCC camp at Forest City as one of a group of 26 young men from Kossuth. Bank Building at Auction— The Farmer's Savings bank building will be sold at auction at the courthouse in Algona Saturday at 10 o'clock. Other Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Vaux, of Stillman Valley, 111., visited his father, James Vaux Sr. last week. They also are visiting Mrs. Vaux's parents, the C. W. Pearsons, of Algona. Mr. Vaux has been reelected high school instructor at Stillman Valley for the coming year. A family gathering the Fourth at John Elliott's included the Golder Elliotts, Titonka, the Floyd Elliotts, Britt, the A. M. Friests, of Grant, Ivan Elliotts, and Margaret Elliott, of Swea City. June Thomson left Saturday night for Waterloo for a week of post-graduate study at the Waterloo school of beauty culture. She will reopen her shop next week. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Pearson drove to Sanborn Sunday to me'et Mrs. Olaf Pearson, who has been spending a week in Sioux City with her daughter Bernice. Mrs. Fred Seylar left Friday for Sumner, Wash., called there "by illness of a sister, Mrs. Alden Randall. She was taken to Manly to catch a train. Mrs. Anna Pearson is spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Earl Momyer, at Wall Lake, where the Momyers have a summer cottage. The Methodist Sunday school ordered 100 new songbooks. It is expected they will be here for next Sunday. Mrs. Frank Schnider and Mrs. C. E. Householder, of Burt, were week-end guests at Wm. Barker's. Sidney Hutchinson , of Albert Lea, Minn., spent the Fourth with his mother, Mrs. Cora Hutchinson. Mrs. Nellie Anderson, of Mitchell, S. D., is visiting lier sister, Mrs. John Erickson for ten days. Iva Moatg has two cousins yisit- :ng her from Los Angeles, Calif. as firecrackers and chocolate stars wrapped as torpedoes. Old Schoolmates in Get-Together— Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth Mindeman and Mrs. Leonard Kressin, Barney, N. D., called on the Arthur Heiden- wilhs Friday. Mr. Mindeman and Arthur are former schoolmates. The Mindemans and Mrs. Kressin accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause, Lotts Creek, to West Bend to see the grotto. Mrs. Kressin is the mother of the women, Wm. Frantz family. Mrs. Frantz, 'ormerly Anna Meurer, is a daugh- :er of Mrs. Joe Meurer. At Menominee Mrs. Meurer attended the weddings of two cousins, one of them marrying a Mason Cityan. The Fred Heinrichs drove to Fairmont last week Wednesday to visit the Fred Tieraans, returning Friday. The son Melvin, who lias been at Fairmontjti week and a half/ came home with' his parents. The Arthur Mathers family, of Rolfe, spent Sunday at Carl Voight's and Arnold Wagner's. Mrs. Mathers is a daughter of Mr. Voight and a sister of Mrs. Wag- Kesults in K'Ball Games— The creamery and the South Farmers played kittenball last week Monday evening, and the Creamery won, G-2. Tuesday evening the Oilers and the North Farmers played, and Thursday evening the Merchants were defeated by the "Kids," 4-2. Friday evening the Oilers lost to the Creamery, 6-4. Kasclimitters Have a Reunion— A Kaschmitter family reunion was held Sunday at Gus Elbert's. Attending: the John Broichs, Adrienne, Minn.; the Frank Bremers, Wilmont, Minn.; Henry Kaschmitter, Sheldon; Mrs. Frank Sprute, Oswego, Ore., and a son; the O. J. and Richard Kaschmitters and the Fred Kollasches. Zumach. Awards More Prizes- Prizes awarded at the Zumach meat market to H. R. persons having the worst-worn brooms were won by Mrs. Martin Eischeid, first, a dozen Japanese hand-painted cups and saucers; Mrs. J. P. Bisenius, second, groceries; Michael Bauman, third, large watermelon. Ostwalds Have Twin Daughters— Twins were born to Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Ostwald last Thursday, both girls, one 6 J 4 Ibs., the other 6% Ibs. Mrs. Carl Ostwald, here, and Mrs. Gus Berninghaus, West Bend, are caring for mother and babies. The children will be named La Berta Charlene and Leola Darlene. Mrs. Elbert Loses Sister— Mrs. Will Elbert received word last week Monday that her sister, Dora Rufing, Benson, 111., had died. Mrs. Elbert, son Harold, Mrs. J. V. Elbert, and the latter's son Walter left the same day funeral. to attend the Twins for Arnold Wills- Mr, and Mrs. Arnold Will, Davenport, are parents of twins, a boy and a girl, born July 3. The boy weighed 5 Ibs. 9 ozs., the girl 4 Ibs. 3 ozs. Mrs. Will was formerly Meta Scbattschueider. Fftirrille Play Brews Crowd— A play, Tbe Path Across tbe Bellinger; A. H. Meyer; C. Geronsin; 0. J. Rantrey ami ence KoMsedt, and Miss Agnes Goetsclli. ____ Shower Honors Bride— Mrs. Kate Hantleman, Mrs, Ernest Votteler and Mrs. George Seims entertained at a miscellan- ons shower recently honoring heir niece, Mrs. Htldreth Pettlt, at he home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. R. D. Wehrspann. Eighty were present and Mrs. Pettit received many gifts. Mrs. William Miller ;ave a vocal solo, acompanied at he pinno by Alice Hantleman. Birthday Date Is Honored- Mr, and Mrs. .Leo Kressin, Mrs. jeonard Kressin, Mr. and Mrs'i Helmuth Mindeman and daughter Dorothy and Eillen Kressin, and Mrs. Robert Pompe, all of Barney, N. D., and Mrs. Mary Mittag were entertaine'd at August Meyer's last Thursday evening honoring Mrs. Meyer's birthday anniversary, To Study ill Knnsns City— The Fred P. Newels ileft Friday evening for Kansas City, where Mr. Newel will take a six months course at tftie Williams Institute of Embalmers. Shelby Weisbrod started work Monday in the Newel hardware and will asist John Newel. Boy for Dr. S. IV. Bleyers— "Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyers are the parentr, of their first child, Ian 8-pound son -born July 4, at the General hospital, Algona. Boy for Dan Bleckwenns— Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bleckwenn, •of Fairville, are the parents of an 8 % -pound boy, born Friday. They Jiave two girls. Girl for lingo Mittag's— Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Mittag are parents of a seven-pound girl born Vlonday morning. Other Fenton News. Chris Geronsdn returned -Sunday from a visit with his uncle tBen Johnson at Alpena, S. D. The drought Jiais ruined the country. Dr. and Mrs. J. A Mueller attended a meeting of the upper Des Moines Medical Society at thei Inn at the Okobojis last Thursday. Lectures were given by doctors of the college of medicine of Iowa City and the Mayo clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Schulte and Mr. and Mrs. George Sylvester and two children, of Garford, Minn., came Saturday for a visit at their son and brother Henry Schulte's. Monday the William and Henry Schultes left for Savanah, Mo., where the elder Schulte will enter the sanitarium for treatment. They expect to visit in St. Louis. Virginia Huskamp returned to •Minneapolis Sunday after spending the Fourth with her parents, the E. A. Huskamps. She is employed in a tea room, and was accompanied to Minneapolis by her parents, who will visit their other 1 daughter Bertha, who is employed in a beauty sl'aop. The Dennis Smiths stopped ovei night at Jdlvn Arbogast'3 last week Tuesday en route to Des Moinesi ami Perry. The Smiths are former lelophprie operators here and are now living in Wovthington, Minn, whore ti'ney manage a surburban grocery store. Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod entertained Thursday afternoon honoring Mrs. Eil. McAdams of El Monte, Calif. Other guests were Mrs. Henry Boevers, Mrs. Chris Geronsin, Wesley, Wesley Girl Hurt in Auto Accident July 11 Evangline ruise, Wssley Blrl who had been attending the Teachers college at Cedar Pali®, and a friend, Roberta Bastine, Hunvboldt, were (hurt in an automobile accident near Waverly on tlhe way home 'Friday. They were takejn to a Waverly .hospital for x-rayn and it waa reported that Evargelme suffered a fracture of <Hie pelvic bone. She wad brought home in an ambulance Sunday. at Om i-'s sis , r V, vC( *i«»J * '"'IIJI. \[|>r. T- ™'at aha. ' AIlf1 ' P.M. 3 . Mr. and M,. K and Mrs. Carjie Voigtht. The afternoon was spent socially. Mrs. -RJ C. GoetsdT, Mrs. J. T. Snyder, Mrs. Charlie Weisbrod and Mrs. E. A. Weisbrod visited Mrs.. 8. W. Meiers at the General hospital at Algona Saturday evening. The Re|. and Mrs. J. T. Snyder attended the regular •pastoral meeting of ministers of tllie AJ- gona district at 'Doiliver state park a week ago Monday. ,Dr, J A. Mueller took his patient, Bernard Leeper, to lowai City, Monday morning. He was accompanied 'by Martin Perfcl, who wil:l visit [friends. Mr .and Mrs. F. I-I. Bohn and daughter JMary 'Ann spent the Fourth all Ed Dchnert's at Lu- Verne anfl at the Algona celebration. Mary Ann returned (homo with the Dehnerts for a visit. Theo. Weisbrod came home Thursday j from the Fairmont hospital, where he was a patient for H days. \Vililiam Haase took care of the farm during his absence. Derwood Eigler returned to Griswold Thursday where he is employed in a drug- store. -He was accompan'jed 'by Virginia Huskamp, Elsie Kolilwes and Paul Eigler. Harry pyost, member of the OCC camp at |Dccoralh, spent Friday night at iHarry Haase's. Harry Weekly Bargain Feature at Annex i OHR1SOHILLES & HERBST Try the Annex for your hosiery. We have two great specials^ One lot of fine lace and clocked silk hose representing nationally advertised brands contains values to $1.50 an!d $1.95. Choice 49c Another lot is what is known as "selected irregulars"— new, fr^shi stock, just received from the manufacturer, a'll sizes a4d new summer and fall colors, sizes complete from 8 1-2 to 10 1-2, choice 64c SPosttion Wanted A READ WAMTAP" * of Aakov, at Henry Saturday. Mrs. H. ] tier home Monday cv. mis Donald WPJS ' *' Florence ,irovo '' Thursday, xvlu'ro n go throng,,, „ V, ni " Mr. a m l AI,., turned .i« K ," I tor a ,vcek ,t women arc n n , V( , - 00 Fenton. O BRIGHTEN UP! Devoe Paint For only a few you can make wondei ful improvements in th looks of your residend and outbuildings, WE HAVE A PAIH1 FOR EVERY It is cheapest in long run to use nothinl but the best paint, We do cheap and paints. not hand: inferioj BOTSFOI LUMBER CO. JDI POOL, Mgr. Phone 256 I I I Mrs. Tom Weir, Whittemore, her two daughters, Mrs. Weir's brother, Nick Gerber, Wyndere, N. D., drove to the latter's home Monday, and the Weirs will be there a month. Mrs. N. J. Connors, mother of Mrs. Tim O'Brien, left Friday night for Lawler, where she will spend two weeks, after which she will return to her home at Milwaukee. Meta Gade, R. N. superintendent of Kossuth hospital, Algona, returned to her work Sunday, after two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gade. The Jack Ferbaars, Rice, Minn., visited the Nick Redings Friday and Saturday. Maxine Schumaker, Des Moines, is spending this week with the Redings. Oscar Schattschneider, employed in a garage at Davenport, spent the Fourth and next day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Schattschneider. Arthur and William Fandel took their brother, Father Edward Fandel, home to Remsen last Thursday. Father Fandel had been here two weeks. Mrs. John Dahle, her son, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Weir, and William Littleton drove to Manson Sunday to spend the day at John Dahlke's. The Frank Rileys, of Milwaukee, arrived Saturday to visit the M. W. Fandels and James Butlers. Mr. Riley is a brother of the women. Mrs. Fred Winters, son Allen, Mrs. Kuehn, and the latter's son Edward, all of Belleville, 111., are visiting the Oscar Poirots. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Voight Sr.'s son Albert, who had been with the CCC a year, came home the Fourth. The George Koehns, St. James, Minn., spent the Fourth with local relatives and went home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Luchsinger's son Earl, with the CCC at Forest City, spent the Fourth at home. Mrs. Sadie Leeney, of Iowa City, and two daughters came Saturday to visit the Tom McDonalds. Leona Minn., is Smith, visiting Parkersburg, at the Edw. Maahs home. Jackie, eon of Mr. and Mrs. John Volk, is sick. Moua Origer, ol Stewart, is visit' ing bere. . ., • MORE LIVE POWER per gallon TT S yours for the price of "regular" gasoline - this richer, live- X her, thriftier Standard Red Crown Superfuel.] That simply means it s the greatest money's-worth you can buy frcfm a gasoline pump today. > Actually, more live power per gallon means more live power per dolhr. 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