Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 2, 1934 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 2, 1934
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALOONA, IOWA Weather Attracts Crowd to Burt Legion Day Celebration BURT LEGION CELEBRATION DRAWS CROWD Burt, July 31—Good weather and a good crowd contributed to the BUCCCSS of the American Legion celebration hero Friday afternoon and evening. Contrary to the general expectation the Burt Juniors •won the ball game with the Renwick Juniors, the score being 4 to 3. Ren wick won the championship of Hmnboldt county. The second game was between the Forest City Collegians and Bancroft Lions. Forest City won by a 7 to 5 score. Swanson's orchestra band furnished music for the bowery dance, •which drew a larfje crowd in the evening. A merry-go-round, ferris •wheel, and many other concessions furnished fun for all. The Legion was well pleased, both from a financial standpoint and otherwise. Little drunkenness or disorderliness was to be seen. The dance floor was not taken up Saturday and another dance was held on it Saturday evening. Tisitors on Long Trip- Mr, and Mrs. L. W. Carroll and daughters Myrtle and Bernice, Afton, N. Y., arrived Sunday for a visit with Mr. Carroll's uncle, George Carroll, and his cousin, Mrs. G. J. F. Vogel. The Carrolls are on their way home from an extensive tour through Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Texas, 'Arizona, New Mexico, California, and by a northern route back, visiting Yellowstone park and other points of interest. Mr. Carroll says that on all their trip they found practically no good corn until they reached Iowa. I 10 Year Boy Lion Tamer at State Fair Dr. Clapsaddlc on Tour— Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle left Thursday for Cedar Rapids, where Mrs. Clapsaddle's mother, Mrs. W. F. Main, joined them. They were to visit relatives at Shabbona Grove and Aurora, 111., the Century of Progress Exposition, and also Dr. Clapsaddle's brother, Dr. C. J. Clapsaddle at St. Genevieve, Mo. Coe Student Arrives Home— George Graham came home last •week Monday to spend the remainder of the summer at the home of his mother, Mrs. Emil Christiansen. He is a Coe college student and has been working in Cedar Rapids since the close of school. Will Buy South Dakota Cattle- Tom Trenary and Archie Hutchison, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. McDonald left Monday for South Dakota. Mr. Trenary and Mr. Hutchison expect to buy cattle near Philip, and Mr. and Mrs. McDonald Will visit relatives at Kennebec. McDonald's Daughter in Yisit^- Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kraushaar and daughter Joan arrived Saturday for a several weeks visit with Mrs. Kraushaar's father, 0. P. McDonald, and other relatives. Mr. Krau- ehaar is a teacher in Smith college at Northampton, Mass. MacArthur Agent for Lafayette— W. A. MacArthur went to Des Moines Thursday and on Friday drove home a new Lafayette car. Mr. MacArthur has secured the agency for Lafayette cars. Harold Smith bought the MacArthur Chevrolet coupe. Harry Pntz Parents of Girl- Mr, and Mrs. Harry Putz are parents of a daughter born "Wednesday, July 25. The Putzea tave two other girls. Myrtle 'Brown, Britt, is the nurse in charge Des Moines, Special: Above Is Manuel King, the 10 year old Brownsville, Texas boy who hag attracted world-wide notoriety by training a troupe of twelve African lions In a series of tricks, rarely excelled even by adult trainers. King and his troupe of lions will be brought to this year's Iowa State Fair as one of the featured attractions in front of the grandstand each afternoon and evening of the exposition. Armed only with a whip, King enters the cage with his twelve lions and puts on an exhibition of control and training rarely equaled in the mortem circus world, officials state. Ex-Sexton Girl, Husband Home From Tour in East Sexton, Aug. 1—Mr. and Mrs. Philip Thornton, Sioux City, spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Thornton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Z. Miller. They were on their way home from a two weeks vacation tour in the East. They traveled in 11 states and also visited the capital at Washington. Mr. Thornton has relatives there with whom they spent a few days. Later they visited Niagara Falls and traveled in Canada. Mr. Thornton is manager of a shoe store at Sioux City. Former Neighbors Surprise Flnmbs Six families belonging to the P. T. A. at Good Hope spent Sunday at Fred Plumb's. They came as a surprise for the Plumbs and they brought baskets of food. A picnic dinner was eaten on the lawn. Attending: the Ed. Riches, the Noble Mitchells, the John Sabins, the Arthur Cruikshanks, the Loyd Gross family, Mrs. Walter Geilenfeld. Kirschbanm Birthday Celebrated- William Kirschbaum was taken by surprise Sunday, when five of his children came with dinner at noon. It was his 74th birthday. Attending: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Melaney and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kirschbaum, Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Kirschbaum, Crystal Lake; and the Eugene Cinks and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Garman, Wesley. Bny Lambs at Hmneston— Robert Hart, Humeston, spent several days last week at W. C. Taylor's, leaving Friday evening for home, accompanied by Mr. Taylor, the latter's son Mitchell, and James Brophy, who went to buy lambs. Mr. Taylor also bought lambs, and the animals were trucked to Sexton. Other Sexton News. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven, sons Wilbur and Everett,.and daughter, Mrs. Evert Hodgin, spent Sunday at Swea City with the son Lloyd and his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven were also there. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kruchen- burg, Hartley, and their baby son were callers at Fred Plumb's Sunday forenoon. Mr. Kruchenberg formerly worked for Mr. Plumb. Morris Francis has returned from Iowa City, where he took a six weeks summer course at the state university. Mrs. George Wermersen, South Dakota, spent Friday at her brother Harvey Steven's. Her husband is Mrs. Steven's brother. Mrs. John Miller and her children spent Monday with the former's mother, Mrs. Amy Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Greenfield, Irvington spent Sunday afternoon at A, L. Greenfield's. Lou Kutschara, Clear Lake, spent last Wednesday with his mother, Mrs. Mary Kutschara. Carl Neuman, Shell Rock, is spending several days with his brother Otto. RICH POINT LOCALS and Lottie Hawcott is housework. doing the former Teacher Tisits Here— Mr. and Mrs. George Manus, For- aeton, 111., were Sunday dinner I guests at the H. W. Manus home,' JThey were on their way to the' JBlack Hills. Mr. Manus taught at jLone Rock two years ago. Slumber Party at Clapsnddle's— Hache) Clapsaddle entertained the following girls at a slumber J>arty Saturday night: lone Mover, Helen Schrader, Margaret Mor- aess, Marilda Pratt, and Virginia Thaves. Olof Olson Parents of Girl- Announcements have been received of the birth of a daughter July 24 to Mr. and Mrs. Olof Olson, 'Elmore, Minn. Mrs. Olson was formerly Esther Toebben of this town. Wll Help During Threshing— f Mr. and Mrs. David Murray, of •anton, Mo., are spending a few weeks at the John Murray home. , Mr Mr. Murray will run a threshing ' Mrs - Lois and Hoyard Kelly, Tulsa, Okla., have spent part of this week with their aunt, Mrs. J. A. Johnson. They are grandson and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kelley, who formerly lived here. Lou Clark, Britt, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fitch, Irvington, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson. The Married Folks Dancing club, which has been meeting fortnightly at the I. O. 0. F. hall, Algona, will A Call park Sunday. Chester Sill is suffering from a serverely sprained ankle received while helping with the harvesting on the McGuire farm. Mr. and Mrs. Rome Robison spent Sunday at August Robison's, northwest of Swea City. August is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Robison, and with his wife and daughter made his home with his parents till last March, when he moved to Swea John Erpelding has moved his and -a friend, Paul Thompson, Indiana, left last Monday after spend... ....... „„,,„ JIlu ,- luyi ut in g several days at the S. J. Esarey Canton, Mo., are spending a few ' nome - Mr - Lanman is a nephew of WPPlfa nt 4li*\ Y*v\* H IjT « TVJn TVnvATf — Barteau and daughter Celia left last week Tuesday for their home at Oak Park, 111., after spending several weeks with Mrs. for R, A, Blelch. Girl Honid from U. Hospital— Little Harriet Griese was , Barteaa's parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. brought home Saturday from the E. Stahl. State University hospital at Iowa | Mrs. Elmer Kienitz and son Don- threshing machine to St. Joe, where he began the season by threshing for his son Mike Friday and Saturday. Pauline and Mary Black, employed at the Country club clubhouse, spent Saturday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Black Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Hutchins, was sick last week with a severe earache. Muriel and Maurice Devine were also sick. Mrs. Harvey Johnson, who formerly lived on the old Burlingame farm, was taken to Rochester Monday for an operation. The Rich Point threshing ring held its annual meeting Monday evening at the Frank Capesius farm, and it was decided to begin threshing this week Wednesday at C. J. Sill's. -*• Corn Released from Seal. Fenton, Aug. 1—Among men who had sealed corn released last week were: O. J. Ranney, 2000 bushels; Martin, Wilberg, 300 bushels; Peter Hayenga, 1300 bushels. The corn was shelled and hauled to the local elevator. City, where she had been treated for several days. Ladies' Aid Meets Wednesday- aid, Lakota, visited from Thursday to Sunday with Mrs. Kienitz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Allen. Mr Kienitz came and took them home rm. -, ,. , . . , ' ivivwii*. ine Ladies' Aid society meets Sunday. Wednesday afternoon, August 1, at | The Presbyterian Mrs. A. G. Volentine are host •esses. „, v ,v ~ p — o ~~" •*• " w i **"= j icoujricnau Mite society Mr/ C A - /•.*?•, .. J- P ' T ogel , met at Mrs> H - °- Buell ' s last wg ek Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. R. 0 Butterfield and Mrs. J. W. Dor- ranee were assisting hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Girton and family, Grinnell, came Saturday for Girton's mother her ---- -.«.».«.,.uu» « uiuuitsr, n. A. mompson. ^^,^\^^^ k ' ^-L Sam Olson, daughter Mona, and Other Bart News. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller and _. ,. , „—, —•••"' *"-"'<««i, a, usu wun jurs. uirioi visited Sunday at the W. A. Mac-! Mrs. Gertie Thompson, and Arthur home. Mrs. MacArthur's brother, H. A. Thompson. Ing a couple of weeks here, home with them for a visit. Miller is her niece. 1- son Martin, Hammond, Ind., visited went several days last week at the M. L. Walter Hanna, Charles City, and Mrs. Viuaas home. Mr. Olson is Vinaas' brother. .'?' the Mrs. . spent the week - to Clear Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Paine drove Saturday to get , ay o ge Mrs. Maude Hanna their son Edward, who is at a CCC bawe Charles Hanna accompanied camp at Decorah. He left Sunday ttwsm lack to Amea. tram where he evening ouuuay •mm KO to Des Moines to attend the ' The Geo. L. Grays visited Mr Cttwena Military Training camp Gray's brother at W nnebago dannz the month of August. Minn., Sunday His mother Mrs The Ctarlea Olsons went to Hav- M. E. Gray, returned with them ' Sunday and brought home Edward Polhemus who is with haB the ccc Mo ) Tfaitmg at the Harr home there, the week-end with hia parents Mr Jean Harr returned home with and Mrs. M. E. Polhecaus tt«ro for & Tiait here. i Edwin Man»3 and Howard Pow- L&BSOAO, MootoaJa, III., ers, who are pteftog w jtt» estra at Mankato, spent Thursday at their homes here. ..Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shadle, Spokane, Wash., called at the C. H. Blossom and Mrs. Mayme Hofius homes Sunday. Inna Davison went to Malvern Thursday to spend a couple of weeks at the home of her brother Frauk. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ames, Oakes, N. D., are visiting at the P. N. Sarchet and C. W. Schryver homes. Mrs. Prank A. Smith, Algona, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Augusta Kinney, a couple of weeks. The L. D. Hodgsons visited a nephew of Mr. Hodgson, Lou Watkins, at Storm Lake Sunday. The L. E. Roetmans and Carl Bahlings had a picnic at Tuttle Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. N. I. Morness and son Einer were Fort Dodge visitors Saturday. The Fortnightly club met last week Tuesday with Mrs. Ray Dremmel. The Jay 0. Grahams attended a family gathering at Whittemore Sunday. Dorothy McDonald is visiting at the Elmer Nelson home in Fort Dodge. George Manus and George Powers were Fort Dodge visitors Monday. The R. H. LIsius family are leaving today for their home at Juan- J. G. Thaves was a business visitor in St. Paul, Minn., Saturday The W. T. Kennedys visited 'riends at Nashua Sunday, ta, Neb., after spending a week or wo with Bart relative^ Tom Trenary recently Dodee «»r. , ST, JOE BALL TEAM STAGES PRACTICE TILT St. Joe, Aug. 1—A practice ball game played Sunday on the local diamond by the Cardinals, St. Joe's regulars, and the Western Beauties, St. Joe school boys, and the game ended In a scorti of 10-9 in favor of the Cardinals. Next Sunday the Cardinals will play Wesley here, and this will be an interesting game, for the locals are out for revenge, Wesley having won the first game. Tivo llirthdays Celebrated— A birthday party was given Friday evening at Bernard Devine's honoring Johnnie Reding Jr. and Maurice Reding. Johnnie Jr. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Reding, Chicago, and Maurice the son of Mr. and Mrs. Johu B. Reding. Wedding Dnnce Brnvrs Crowd— A large crowd attended a wedding dance given by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Becker at the floral hall last week Tuesday night. Visitor Comes From Germany- John Reding arived one day last week from Germany to spend some time visiting relatives here. Threshing Here Has Begnn— A few threshing "runs" started last week, and others are beginning this week. Other St. Joe. Henry Ziemet Jr. drove to Currie, Minn., Sunday to get his niece, Isabelle Kruecher, who -had spent several weeks there with her parents. She is employed by her grandmother, Mrs. Henry Ziemet. Mrs. Victor Hammer, her mother, Mrs. Kate Chilton, Arthur Meier, and a Miss Noonan, all near Irvington, and Mrs. E. J. Odell, Bancroft, spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. William Hammer. Nicholas and Orville Wagner and their mother, Mrs. Lucy Wagner, spent Friday evening with Mrs. Annie Thilges, near Whittemofe. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Hammer spent Saturday night and Sunday with the E. J. Odells and the John Hammers, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Becker, near Livermore, spent last week Tuesday evening at the parental John Becker's. The John B. Redings were Friday evening visitors at Nick Reding's and Peter Mueller's, near Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Illg have returned to their home at Currie, Minn., after a few weeks with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding, Whittemore, daughter Mary Jane, and Maxine Schumacher, Des Moines, spent Sunday at Mrs. Lucy Wagner's. Nicholas Becker is suffering from an infection in his right hand, the result of blisters from shocking oats. Susie Ziemet, Prosper Friders, and Nicholas Weydert spent last week Wednesday at Fort Dodge. Hilda and Arlene Philips, Owatonna, Minn., arrived last week Wednesday to visit relatives. The John B. Redings were Sunday evening supper guests at John Weydert's near Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer spent Sunday at James Becker's, near Ottosen. Conrad Mertz and George Bormann purchased new Ford V-8's last week. Hilda and Arlene Phillips spent Sunday with Nick Eischen's, near Algona. The Nick Eischens, near Algona were Sunday dinner guests at John I hul's. Father Frank Illg, Granville, visited relatives here last week. Raymond Ziemet was sick last week. State Fair Announces $10,000 Racing Des Moiues, Special: With over $10,000 In purses, the Iowa State Fair-has announced five afternoons and six evenings of horse racing .is a headline feature this summer. Harness races will be hold Mon- Iny through Thursday afternoons, Aug. 27-30. An entlro afternoon if running races will ho held Saturday, Aug. 25, and six nights of mining races on the brilliantly illuminated track, the evenings of MIS;. 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, and 30. Some of the greatest racing talent In iho midwest is included iir'the list of entries. GRANT FOLKS LIVE OVER AGAIN 'LAST DAZE J)F_ SCHOOL Grant, Aug. 1—A large crowd attended an Aid program and ice- cream social at the schoolhouse Friday evening. The event was the annual guest program, and besides Grant people members of.the Ledyard and Swea City Methodist Aids were present. The Last Daze of School was presented, with Mrs. Effie Curtis in the role of "Teacher of Bygone Days" and the following persons as "pupils": Leoua and Geroge Patterson, Paul Gossman, Mervin Kelly, Mrs. Earl Patterson, Alice and Donald Mayne, Mrs. Harold Fischer, Mrs. Alfred Zielske, Merlin and Delmar Anderson, Ruth Bolin, Helen AVolcott, Wylma Payne, Raymond Picht, and Bernard Payne. This comedy sketch proved highly entertaining, and the unusual costumes of the "pupils" completed the picture of a school of the olden time. School Bus llontcs Let— The school bus routes for the coming year were let at a meeting of the board of education last week Monday night. The successful bidders were H. R. Waterbury, Eli Quam, Delmar Anderson, Erwin Link, Walter Magnusson, Earl Patterson, C. H. Blair, Andrew Pedersen, and Elmer Ditsworth. Calf Killed by Mason City Car Irvington, Aug. 1— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lofing, Mason City, were brought to the A. McLean home Saturday evening, and drove their car, which had been up for repairs here for a week, home Sunday. When the Lofings were en route to Algona a week ago Saturday evening they collided with a calf about three miles east on the pavement. The calf, apparently blinded by the lights, stepped directly in front of the car, and Mr. Lofing, blinded by tne lights of an oncoming car, was unable to avoid striking it. The calf was killed, and the front end of the Lofing car, which is a large Chrysler coupe, was seriously damaged None of the farmers in the the acclden t claimed Hoy's Eye Injured. Lakota, July 31— Edmond, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Vancie Lester. fell on a stick while playing last week and received a bad gash on his upper eyelid. It required several stitches to close the wound BEER Harvest Special 24 bottle Case S2.OO St. Peter Beer Joe Bloom Girls Club Plans Outing— The Grant girls' club will meet August 10 at Marjorie Holm's. At a meeting Friday with Marjorie and Adella Johnson they completed plans for an outing at Interlaken in mid-August. Other Grant News. Glen Mino returned last Thursday from Harlan, where he had been assisting his brother Walter with farm work. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Porter visited the latter's folks, Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Kesler, of Iowa Lake, Sunday. Mrs. L. Y. Arndt, Mason City, and her children are visiting] the H. L. Reads. Former Algonian's Wife Dies in West A Los Angeles Times dispatch from Montcbcllo, Calif., just east of Los Angeles, under date of July 21 reported the death the day before of Mrs. Mabel E. Chapin, second wife of Milo V. Chapin, pioneer business man there. She died suddenly after years of frail health because of heart disease. Funeral services were conducted at the Montebcllo First Baptist church last week Monday. Mr. Chapin, a lumber dealer, brother of Mrs. Frank Clark, Garner, survives. Mr. Chapin was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Chapin, of Algona, and his first wife was a sister of J. F. Fisher, Titonka. There were no children by either marriage. day with her mother, Mrs. Phil Buffington, on the way home. Mrs. Orville Holdren is having a visit from her grandmother, Mrs Edith Rich. (Held from last week) More than 40 neighbors and other friends attended "open house" in dedication of the new home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Andrews last week Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Andrews have lived in the Doan neighborhood 37 years, and of their 12 children ten are living. Some 35 relatives and friends were guests at a picnic supper in honor of the birthdays of two guests Sunday evening at A. D. Venteicher's. The Frank Asas, Irvington, Lucille Knoblock, Waterloo, James Asa, June Boleneus, and the Ted Hoovers were at J. B. Asa's Sunday evening. A few neighbors and close friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Martinek helped them celebrate their 28th wedding anniversary last week Wednesday evening. Light refreshments were served. The event was a surprise for the Mar- tineks. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Holden spent Sunday at Mason City with Mrs. Holdren's aunt, Mrs. Gotman. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hoover drove to Lake City last Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Hoover's aunt, a Mrs. Brown. Mr. M. E. Hoover, Britt, spent jthe week-end with her daughter, Mrs. Melvin Olsen. j Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Kutschara, of .Clear Lake, spent last week Wednesday afternoon and evening at W. J. and A. J. Martinek's. Eighteen members of the Doan Aid attended a Sexton Aid's guest afternoon at Clear Lake and were lda y meeting one afternoon last supper guests at L. J. Kutschara's. week - Two Wesley Aids and the Doan Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Martinek and their daughter Aline spent Sunday They spent the evening at Oscar Amundsen's. Mrs. Amundsen was formerly Mildred Kutschara. Doan and Plum Creek crossed bats on the Plum Creek diamond Sunday, and Doan was defeated. Mrs. Mae Deibler and Mrs. Mabel Hansen entertained the Doan Aid last Thursday. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Mary Olson next week Thursday, Mrs. Fern Young assisting, Harold Martinek suffered a bad- y sprained ankle while he was playing ball Sunday. Mrs. Zella Harris, Hampton, who had been having a vacation at the Okobojis, spent a week ago Sun- Irvington Aid were also represented. Teacher Is Sent Elsewhere. St. Joe, Aug. 1—Sister M. Concepta left last week Tuesday for Dubuque, where she was called to be sent out to teach primary in another school. For the past 12 or 13 years she has taught the first and second grades in the local school, and patrons and pupils will miss her greatly. Typewriter Ribbons at the Advance 4000 Cans of Monarch Peas prices by the case and dozen. Half sack 99,. Half Sack __ $i.oe Half Sack 90 c Half Sack Occident Flour ___$1.99 Gold Medal Flour .$2.09 Unista Flour $1.69 Peter Pan Flour __$1,59 Overstocked on Flour-above prices subject to change n . _, without notice. Cake Flour, Monarch, pkg Kisses, of a different nature,"ask"us"ib" Tuna^ Yacht_Club, who doesn't like Tuu, Baiar , Maxwell House Coffee,~lb.~IIIIII Pork and Beans, 5 cans -------------- $1 ' 09 PEACH pure ^^to^-s-^s.r 0 ' Basket Grocery - Grocer jj. Good Cheer Coffee, 3 pounds R Grocer Coffee, per pound Loganberries, Mayflower, NoTo ~<~^"~— — Cocoa, Mayflower, 2 lh. pachaee ——Dill Pickles, 47 oz. jar, Mayf£' H,:, Spaghetti, Jack Sprat, prepaml' •?' andt angy1 Sardines, packedJn oil, 1-4 u,',.'.,: c j lns 1 2 Ibs. Molasses Cookies ' 4 cai w -. "j Peaches, Mayflower, halved orVlimi'v - J Crackers, all-crisp sodas, 2 lb. pS N O. io c J Big 4 Laundry Soap, 7 bars fe Toilet Tissue, Ambassador, 4~rolls""" • Rite-Way WE DELIVER. WE niJY Fresh Fruit and Vegetables. You Can Make It Easier For lii m Because RoMteman are only human beings. Here are a few of the important ways'in J you will be able to assist them: *" Be sure to examine your bundle all items sent out. ' See that no expensive items, such as lew money, are left on or in any of the items y?< be laundered. * u s Prompt delivery depends upon you i bundle ready when the routeman calls a home when he delivers your bundle. ' Our routemen are picked for their patience t esty and courteousness. '' They are devoted to pleasing you-we hope t have succeeded. m indulgence and Kirsch Laundry PHONE 207 Everybody Happy 9 There is no such a thing as standing still. We are holding our old customers and adding new ones every week. Our small profit system is being talked of far and near. People are finding out they get the same goods for less money at Neville's. The two things I have always strived to do is take care of my family and my customers. I have four experienced clerks, and with this splendid stock of new shoes and furnishings they can please anyone that it is possible to please. An angel from Heaven could not please everyone. The Pearly Gates will not be hung just right to suit the grumbler. In fact I do not think St. Peter will allow the kickers inside. They would make trouble even in Heaven. The good honest customer will be taken care of at Neville's. We are enlarging the store for your convenience. We will carry a larger stock and more variety for you to choose from; More help will give each customer more time and attention than we have been able to give in the past. In other words, this is your store, come in and make yourself at home. You are welcome. The addition to the store is being built A bunch of men anxious to work are happy. New fall goods arriving every day. Trade lots better than a year ago. Last year we sold $80,000.00 worth of goods. This yew with more stock and more room we wu reach the $100,000.00 mark easy. lask ° ttf urday was the largest day's sales we naw had for a long time. People appreciate gooo standard goods at low-prices. With $30,000.00 stock and plenty• oj clerks we will be in much better shape ^ ever to supply your wants. In rempaenuB the store there will be no fancy fi»nn». Just a plain comfortable farmers store. . There will be a rest room or ner where the kiddies can get a — water, a big easy davenport where m° l can rest and-, care for baby, and where modern miss can brush up and pan"• » powder. It will be a community w . where people can meet their friends, BH rest and. visit. You will not be asked to iw anything. Not a clerk in the house » lowed to even ask you to buy. ^ Whether you trade at Neville's " "" you are welcome to make yourself f A store is going ahead or Jimmie Neville The Shoe Man WANT ADS 2 CENTS

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