Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1934 · Page 19
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 6, 1934
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6,1934. SPECIALS 49c Horning 56C [Coffee. tithes on — 39c 19c 9c FENTON PARTY HONORS GROUP FROM ILLINOIS Fenton, Sept. 5— Mrs. Can-In Voight entertained Sunday at a family party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Boevers, Galena, 111., daughter Helen, and son Frededick who are visiting here and at Algona. Others present were the Arthur Bettlns, Burt; Mrs. Mao Voight, Welcome, Minn., Esther and Kenneth; Mrs. J. C. Kresensky, son Raymond, and Mr. and Mrs. George Boevers, Algona; the Homer Boevers family, West Bend; John Planting, Ringsted; tho Walter AVeis- brods, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wois- brod, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boevers Scour- 6er, 2 cans — ,12-qt. 23C Inedfrom Og Peas, No. 2 can UV lcg r; s .-ioc iHouse 30 C Ireal, s, pkg lilk, bs — IPlour, ;s, bag ugar, [1, 8 pop;ors, pkg ---- 15c 17c 23c lie 5c 13c and Lilas, the Carl Charles Stelnbecks. brother of Henry Philip Weisbrod. Kerns, tho John is KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE. ALGONA, IOWA CONTRACTS NOT YET COMPLETED MUST BE TURNED IN AT ONCE A ruling has been approved by tho corn-hog section under dale of August 30 concerning a final date for forwarding contracts to Washington. This ruling is as follows: in.M corn-hog reduction "No .... - contracts will bo accepted by the secretary and payments made thereon if tho contracts and tho transmittal sheets approved by the state board of review are forwarded to Washington later than September 30 " In Kossulh it will bo necessary lor all who have not signed contracts, or producers who have sign- PAGB SEVEN 2IRVINCTON COUPLES SEE THEJIZARKS Irvington, Sept. 5—Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weber and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Willdns returned Sunday evening, aftor a several days vacation .The first few days were spent in the Ozark mountains, where they visi- Icd tho Bagnal dam, at the Lake of tlin Ozarks. They also visited a cousin of Mrs. 'Weber, Mrs. L. K. Buhner, St. Louis. They then drove to Pontiac, 111., where they visited three of Alvin's sisters, tho Mes- diunos John Weber, Jos Eymann, „ .,.„„-,'H 111 C!l011 Antrim. They also visited od but their landlords have not' Mr> Wains' mother and his sis- signed, to got tho contract signed "" " " lefties concerned before and of ao Mrs S , (!|1lcmlw '- 2fl to allow lime |, 0 K0 | the necessary transmittal sheets prepared and receive stale board approval before September 30 Olh- erwise tho producer will Party Honors Departing Girls— Mrs. E. A. Wcisbrod and Alice „, = „.„, r ; •-Kluss entertained at a party last | cllfill)1 ° tor 1)oncr 'ls- week Tuesday in honor of their nieces, Floris and Phyllis Gibbons, who arc leaving for Dodge Cantor, Minn., where they will live with their grandmother, Mrs. C'. F. Gibbons and attend school. Fifteen little classmates attended, not be l-lb. pail — I Beans, Titonka Dogs Shot for Killing Sheep Titonka, Sept. 4—Tho Jay Bud- longs have boon repainting and repairing their buildings the past week. day evening" and Lllst wcck scvcr al dogs had rs. Frank Ryerson, | ! )R f" botl «ring the Eudlong sheep, Mrs L D Hodg-l klll " 1K scvcral !ultl injuring oth- Ruth and Esther, all 0rK ' A WG ?, k , aK <? Tuesday night someone called advising of another raid. Jay and his son immediately went to the pasture, taking a gun, and surprised the dogs. They killed one and injured another. If other dogs come they will bo killed. Edith Laage Dinner Hostess— Edith Laage entertained at dinner last Thursday evening, and j guests were Mrs daughter Joyce son, daughters Ruth of Burt, Mrs. J. A. Schwartz, Betty Jean, and Mrs. W. E. Laage. Mrs. Ryerson, Ruth, and Esther school friends of Edith. tor, Mrs. L. Knight, in eastern Iowa. They report Ozark farmers riding in lumber wagons and living in run down houses without screens. There are practically no crops there this year. In Missouri tho party saw liig Spring, which is second largest in North America, llorniMiins in Get-Together— Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bormann were host and hostess to the following guests Sunday: the Nick, Lawrence, and Ed Bormanns, all of Livermore; tho Michael Bor- manns, Bode; the Matthew Bor- manns, St. Benedict; the John Bor- manns, Lu Verne; and the K. L. Kohlhaas family and the S. Kramers of this vicinity. l>on M. Stiles, I. II. Kliiinp If in VV. J Payne, Contributing •(mrtrrs Lehman. We had a short visit with Three Leave to Teach— Leaving Saturday to teach were Irene Newel, to Belmond; Frances Bailey, to Britt, and Alice Glaus, to a rural school near Armstrong. Dorothy Gerhard again teaches tho Emil Frank school, and Mildred Luedtke the Walt Widdel school. ir Fall i wear last year's dis year — if you lit expertly cleaned blocked. GARMENTS •none too early to [your Fall wearing pel cleaned and re- FUBS epresent one of the houses in the New garments or i promptly attend- odern )ry Cleaners Phone 537 S. S. Class Has a Party— The Methodist Young Married Folks S. S. class had a party at Clarence Osborn's last week Tuesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Holldorf and Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Madden, assisting. Aid Supper Clears $20— The West division of the Methodist Aid cleared $20 at at supper ast week Wednesday at the church dining room. A chicken supper was served at 35c and 25c. clinols Are Mostly Open- Many of the schools in Irvington ownship opened Monday. The re- mining few, including the Irving- kelsons Lose New Infant— A girl born last week Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Marinus Nelson, Swea City, lived only a few hours. The Nelsons formerly lived near Fenton. Farmer's Arm is Broken— Ralph Reidel's right arm w broken Saturday while he was fill- of the late Dr. B. F. Bennett, who practiced here some years ago. Tho Oliver Stoebers, Cedar Falls, visited last week al W. E. Stober's and John Verbroges', Armstrong, the latter parents of Mrs. Stoeber. Oliver attends school at Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Humphrey vent to Ringsted Saturday to set heir son Sidney Bruce, who spent ast week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Geronsin and heir daughter Helen accompanied ho George Geronsins, Sibley, to ,'linton last Thursday to visit rel- ilives, returning Monday. Tho W. R. Wolfes attended a Wolfe reunion at Klemme Sunday. Mrs. Maurice Wallace entertained ast week Monday evening in honor of her husband's birthday. Mildred, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Goetsch, came Saturday for a visit. She is a stenographer for a beauty supply company at Des Moines. The Edw. Eisenschmidts, of Du- and Used Financed present payments high we will rell- car for you. |pt and courteous fcnt. [H, N. KRUSE PRANCE AGENCY 1 125, Algona, Iowa CASH YOU NEED IT w at our New Low property may be for a loan. .Caning pi anB to meet ing silos at C. E. Householder's, near Lone Rock. Party for Methodist Girls- Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod entertained the King's Heralds at the church last Thursday. Sre is the Heralds councillor. Other Fenton News. The Paul Saxtons visited from last week Tuesday till Saturday with relatives in Minnesota; the Harold Goetsches, at Blooming Prairie, Minn.; the John Hansons and Mrs. Carolyn Hanson-Butler and her daughter at Owatonna, Minn.; and the Herman Voights at Geneva. The Saxtons' return was delayed because the 12-year-old son Harold ran a sliver into one of his feet and infection set in. The Herman Dreyers spent last week Wednesday at Charles City with relatives, the Clarence Hobarts, E. W. Dreyer, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pfenninger. Mrs. Pfenninger is recovering from a recent gallstones operation. Her daughter, Mrs. Jennie Gram, Cedar Falls is with her. „ . Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reed, Webster City, were overnight visitors at Ray Stoeber's Saturday, and next day both families visited the parental Charles Bassets, Fairmont. The Reed children, who had visited relatives at Amboy, Minn., went home with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers spent last week Wednesday to Sunday with relatives and friends in Minnesota. At Minneapolis they visited Mr. and Mrs. Geogre McKay; at Mora, friends of Alfred's parents. They also visited at bt Cloud, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mansagei left last week Wednesday for an overnight visit with Mrs. Mansager's sister, Mrs. Clyde Brooks Iowa Falls, and next morning, will Mr. and Mrs. Brooks, went to Dep Moines to attend the state fair. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hicks buque, visited from Saturday til Monday at the parental Nels Wil berg's, and the Wilbergs accom panied them home. Marjorie Bailey left last week Last Thursday we dropped in on tho Glen Cages, who live in west Bancroft, and found him laid up temporarily from injuries he suffered in an automobile accident one day last week as he was returning from the slate fair. A car he met turned into his car to dodge a man on a bicycle. Glen works in the Murray elevator at Bancroft, where he has been employed four years. He came to Iowa with his family at that time from Illinois. He has taken the Advance ever since he came to Kossulh and is greatly pleased with it. * * * * Tlios. Schultz, Algona, who has a large truck garden at the outskirts of town, has of late been putting in long hours at picking tomatoes. For years he has been truck-gardening, and this year is fortunate to have tomatoes, cucumbers, and potatoes, prices being good and rising. The tomato crop in general is short. The price is climbing with other farm products. Schultz tomatoes are sorted for the market and are the finest we have seen this season. * * * * Last week Wednesday we called on John Plaisier, who farms 160 acres five miles northeast of Titonka. He was busy at fall plow, ing but took time out to say his ] small grain crops turned out well Tea ° h ?'' s , ar , c , : ~ N °- !' I this ' season, throats' 'yielding bet""'•" " " mma Paetz; 2, Helen McEnroe; 4, iunice Bowman; 5, Blandina Er- elding; 8, Birdie Schulz; 9, Cathrine Schulz and Norma Raney. Vins as 01*U.iinc Fiddler- Charles Egel took first prize in n oldtimo fiddlers' contest at the auerkraut day celebration at Laota Saturday. Mr. Egel has taken lany prizes for his fiddling, among vhich is a fifth prize he won at the tale fair five years ago and first t a Fort Dodge celebration some ears ago. >rive All Niprlit to Fair- Anna Ramus, diet Wildin, Eunice Thompson, and Merrill Parons started for Chicago to attend he Century of Progress last week Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. They arrived at 8 o'clock Thurs- iay morning, and planned to return .his week. ter than 30 bushels. He took us to the granary, and we thought the quality of his oats the best we have seen. Most of the Plaisier grain will be used for feed, as John has many young pigs and also milks a good-sized herd of cows. John's older brother has built and operates an auto repair garage on the same farm and has had more work this season than he could handle. He also repairs farm machinery, including tractors. The Kent motor supply truck, driven by William Ringgenberg, Algona, calls at garage. the M!rs. Johnson Has Operation — Mrs. Wilford Johnson was taken ;o the General hospital, Algona, last Thursday evening and opera- ed on for appendicitis. Mrs. Arthur Collinson, Algona, is keeping house at Johnson's till she is able to return. Monday for Evanston, 111., as dele gate to a national council of MetU odist youth. She returned las week Wednesday. Mrs. Philip Wander left Frida; from Fort Dodge for Fremont, 111 for two weeks with her parents With a sister, she was to attend he world's fair. Edith Laake left Monday for Cedar Rapids to resume teaching. She was accompanied by her nephew, Bob Schwartz, who is spending a veek with her. Mrs. William Reimers and her children, who had been with Mrs. Cate Menz, have moved to Burt, where Mrs. Reimers will conduct a sewing shop. Ike Gramenz, employed in an Oldsmobile factory at Lansing, Mich., arrived one day last week to Sprains Fingers in Fall— Barney Frankl has three severely sprained or broken fingers, suffered late last week, when he fell and the fingers were bent backward. Frost Nips Blue Earth Corn— The H. T. Sabins recently made a trip to Mason City, Blue Earth, and Albert Lee. They reported crops in the Blue Earth vicinity damaged by frost. On a trip in southern Minnesota last week-end we noticed that though grain crops were not as good as in Kossuth the farmers were further advanced in their work. Many fields of corn had been shocked, and more was being cut to shock for silos than is the case here. In a recent cold spell there was a frost there heavy enough to freeze light garden truck and nip corn in river bottoms, especially near the Twin Cities. Everyone knows that Kossuth county this year has been a garden spot of the world. When you travel any direction from here and get more than 100 miles away you find crops short or dried out entirely. * * * • While a big double deck truck from Garner was hauling stock from the Humboldt fair grounds to the Kossuth fair grounds Friday night a wheel came off. No serious damage was done, but the stock two miles north of Titonka, he was feeding his hogs. He has 114 Spotted Poland China spring pigs, all of the same size and in fine condition. We asked him how he happened lo be a good farmer, since all of his slock shows the best of care, and wore surprised to learn that he came from Germany 11 years ago and had never worked on a farm in the old country. He added that he remembered driving past a farm! Mcindert did not serve in the German army, but he would have been in the next draft if the war had not stopped, * * * * Carl Veer, north of Titonka, was plowing when we drove into his yard Friday. The twins, Carl and Carol Ben, boys aged G, were trying to capture a young gopher, and it was great sport to watch them. They had not caught it up to the time when we left. * * * * When we called Friday on Evert Post, northeast of Titonka, he and his two boys were coming in from a field where they had been pulling cockleburs. This weed is worse this year than before in a long time. Evert remarked that he worked with the boys, and that they would pull cockleburs two hours, then rest an hour, which made the job less tiresome. They had only a few hours left before the end, and that was lucky for Dad, for the boys were soon to return to school. » * * • The Rev. A. Killian of the German Lutheran church northeast of Titonka, has been having a two weeks vacation and has been spending it in Minnesota. While he was gone the congregation was having Fred Ryther, Algona, raise the church for a full basement: Some of the men remarked on how well Mr. Ryther knew his business. They need not wonder, however, for Fred has been doing this kind of work for 40 years. * * * * Folkert Stecker, who lives five miles northwest of Titonka, raises Belgian horses, and last Thursday he showed us a seven-year-olc mare which has her fourth colt, a fine chestnut sorrel. The Stecker boys were talking of bringing the mare and colt to the county fair. * * * * It was Sauerkraut day at Lakota TRVTNGTON NEWS The Leo Gregsons, Grinnell, and the Glen Cassmeres, Corwith, were Sunday callers at 0. L. Miller's. Mrs. Mabel Potter, Spencer, has been a recent guest at the Mil tar home. The F. D. Solomans and Mrs. Warren, of Spencer, called at Stella Sabin's, Algona, last week Tuesday. They were pn route to Solo- home Saturday, but we were too late tc get any of the kraut. The celebra tion drew a large crowd. We sav Carl Trump, who lives a mil southeast of Lakota, and he said h was going to make a high dive b way of contributing to the free al tractions. Carl like to joke. W also had a short visit with France Schroeder, and we asked he whether she was teaching the sam school south of Lakota, and she remarked that she had it again. This is where she started to teach, and it is believed she holds a record for teaching the same school the longest in the county. We saw Herb Trenary too, and he was buying six Charles Lehman bet on a turtlfl Gugene, and he said he had spent race, but the turtle he bet on ran. ome time at the world's fair and lout of gas and stopped. Charles Is o thought he would come out here o see a good fair. He and his sis- much better at selling automobiles than at winning bets, for he sold er were here for two weeks. Their j seven new cars for the Kent Motor ather is a railroad man. company in August. We spent a little time last week Farmers Shelling Corn. (Vcdnesday evening at Swea City, I Lakota, Sept. 5—Many farmers! ^here a good start on a two-day in this vicinity shelled corn last elebration was in progress. There week, when the price was 75 cents, /ere many concessions. We saw Silo-filling Is under way. THE GENERAL HOSPITAL 308 South Harlan, Algona Ambulance Service Phone 187 Major and Minor Surgery Thermogenic Treatments X-Ray Obstetrics Ambulant Proctology W. D. Andrews, D. O., General Surge n E. H. Phillips, D. 0., Garner S. "W. Meyer, D. O., Fenton W. L. Tyndal, D. 0,, Woden K. R. Rogers, D. O., Britt Florence Longhenry, R. N., Superintendent of Nurses. B. E. Poundstone, D. 0., Bode T. S. Clark, D. 0., Bradgate R. L. Nelson, D. O., Humboldf IOWA'S CONCRETE ROADS PAY YOU DIV8DENDS had to be reloaded on a smaller pennies for a nickel. There are truck to complete the trip from St. not many places where one can do Joe to Algona. * * * * Matt Kelly, two miles south of that. * * * * Holcomb & Thorson, five miles Algona, has one of the finest fields northwest of Swea City, were dig- of soy beans in the neighborhood, ging early Ohio potatoes last It might be explained that he Thursday, and the crop was run- pulled all weeds by hand. We be- ning 160 bushels to the acre. The lieve he will be well paid for his potatoes were remarkably even in Kiceville to visit the Lloyd mans. They also brought, Junior, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd visit his brother John. He says j soloman, who had been at Spencer there is very little labor trouble at Lansing. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Chrischilles and their son Roland got home last week Tuesday from a visit with Mrs. Chrisehilles' uncle at Omaha, and their son Newton cou eluded a visit at Druggist F. H -L t w Eigler's Monday, and were accompanied home by Elaine Nellis, Algona, who will stay with her aunt, Mrs. Hicks, and attend school. Mrs. Donovan Brown, Esthervilie, and her daughter Dona Claire spent from last week Tuesday till Odebolt. Arlo Raney, Raymond Alderson, Algona, and Arnold Alderson, of Ruthven, left last week Monday for Chicago to attend the world's fair. ' Editor-Postmaster J. A. Schwartz nd John Dempsey and G. R. Krause attended a democratic rally at Terrance park, the Okobojis, Saturday. Supt. M. E. Otterness arrived last week Wednesday to start his fourth year as superintendent of the local school. His home is in Wisconsin. Mr and Mrs. William Alderson and Mr. and Mrs. Holm Arbogast spent last week Tuesday at Ruthven with the Myron Aldersons. Harold Dreyer returned Monday from Fairmont, where he had an appendicitis operation. Doctor Mueller brought him. Mr and Mrs. Clifford Parish, of Newton, and the Lloyd Cairys, of x weeks. The Rev. A. English preached unday on a text taken from Mark 23-24-25, "If any man have ears hear, let him hear. And He aid unto them, take heed what ye ear; with what measure yellmete, shall be measured to you. And nto you that hear shall more be iven." Jas. Jordan, Mason City, is pending the week with his moth- r, Mrs. Al Jordan, and other rela- ves. Herman Meyers and four ornpanions from Round Lake, rtinn., stopped at Henry Scheppman's Friday evening, en route B - N. KBUSE Representing Algona i Co. Des Molues ret***"' w. POST i ' Hauling. < * Friday at the parental Charles Glaus's. Arlene Lakin has returned to her home at Esthervilie afte a visit-at John Espe's. Dr. and Mrs. Edw Widdel, Madelia, Minn., visited Fenton relatives from Sunday and Monday, ana were Sunday dinner guests at L. J. Weisbrod's and at Walt Widdel s for supper. Monday evening they were at Theo. Weisbrod's. The Ernest Petersons and Mary Radig, California, were entertamea at G. R. Krause's Friday, and m the evening the Krauses took them to Martin Meyer's, Lotts Creek, where a gathering of relatives and fnoncis was held in their honor. The Lester Johnsons, Bancroft, and the Truman Johnsons were dinner guests Sunday at I Johnson's, and Marjorie Eunice, daughters orMr and Mrs E, K., went home with the Lestex Johnsons for a visit. The W. F. M. S. meets at Methodist church next week Thu 18- day, a week later than the Tegular date. Dues are to be paid, ana a ittebox opening and Christmas gift collection will be made for for eign missions. ,. _ Paul Bennett, Evanston, iu., ««"» here Tuesday, looking after prop- were Sunday visitors ..... Weisbrod's. Mr and Mrs. Peter Hayenga en- ertained the Ralph Jones family, Des Moines, and the Harry Haases at dinner Sunday. Mrs. Evan Higgins, Estherv|lle, ,nd his son Bobby spent last week Wednesday and Thursday at Clyde „-„- a— ~.~. Howard Reader spent the week-end with the former's mother, Mrs. Emma Heeler I Skare and his son I|nr- and on left Saturday for Chicago to, *tend the world's fair, returning M< Ervin' Krause, Laurence and Teo Kramer, CCC boys at for- City, spent the week-end at •eturnm GI^ius, left Mallnda Hantelmau day last week to visit hei bitter ler's officeJa£Thursday. Horse Breaks Farmer's left above was was rherraweightwasput the After a cast. a we sever days it will be put to H efforts. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baas, miles southeast of. Burt, on size. It was interesting to see them 'graded and sacked. The firm had four sold a carload at a dollar a hun- the dred pounds. This field was on the Keith farm, have a new daughter, Holcomb farm, and there is another now nearly a month old. They have near East Chain, Minn., in an old one other child, Billy, 4. Harold lake bed, where the crop is also moved there last spring from near Whittemore. * * * * School directors' wives through- the edge of Hobarton, have out the county were last week; entertaining company from ome, after visiting the world's air. Zelba Winkle, Fort Dodge, spent ast week with her parents, Mr. and Irs. Harry Winkle, and she and Irs. Winkie called at H. T, Sabin's ast • week Wednesday evening, hey and Mrs. August Johnson •ere dinner guests at Rome Robion's last Thursday. Mrs. T. E. Wickwire, son Paul, Sunice and Bernice Burlingame, nd Frances Dunlap, reutrned from he state fair Friday by way of Forst City, and brought Ray Wick- vire and James Hudson, of the CCC amp there, home. Mr. and Mrs. Forbus Stiltz were unday dinner guests at Charles Clark's. The Ben Dwengers were ecent guests at Templeton. Bert Ramus, Dick Watson, and Joe Ramus, of the CCC camp at Decorah, come Friday for several days with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bedell, St. Paul, are here, looking after bus- ness interests. Mrs. Ben Dwenger recently en- ertained at an alumninum demon- .tration. Calves Win Honors at the State Fair Five 4-H club calves entered by Kossuth boys and a girl placed in the money in the state fair 4-H exhibit, and as a group placed tenth among 42 entries. In the senior Hereford class, Elmer Leibrand, Buffalo Center, was 31st, Maurice Johnson, Armstrong, 36tb, and Clifford McGregor, Armstrong, 37th, among 133 entries. In the intermediate Hereford class Frieda Paetz Sexton, won 35th among 12<5 entries. In the senior Angus class Wallace Hawcott, Burt, won 32nd among 112 entries. lu Verne Woman Dies. Lu Verne, Sept. 5 — Mrs. Tom Worby died Monday evening at Milton Worby's. cleaning rural schoolhouses for the I opening of school the first week in September. In many cases lawns were mowed, leaving dry stubs for bare feed during the first few days of school; but children who have been barefoot all summer will have soles tough enough not to mind. • • * • Silos throughout the county are being filled, but a couple of days' leisure will be taken this week to attend the county fair. The fact that the corn-hog money is here for many farmers will make them feel a little freer to have a short vacation. * * * * Henry Lichter, Algona, and his son Leo have moved their engine to showing up well. • . * * The Andy Lehmans, who live at been Chi- CONCRETE "EVERYBODY'S thrilled —when concrete swings into Jti view. The nervous tension, generated by ordinary roads, disappears. Conversation resumes. Everybody feels better on concrete. The car leaps ahead faster.;. smoother... safer. Tires sing. The steering wheel feels firm, free from road shocks. Motoring zest is quickly regained. Concrete roads are safer ... you're less apt to skid. You'll stop more quickly, more smoothly. There's less chance of blow-outs. Your car operates more economically. Route your course over concrete. Get on it, stay on it. Insist on it... for building new roads or resurfacing old ones. Business and Tourists Follow Concrete PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION 408 Hubbell Bldg., DCS Moinet, low* O. Kl Prove It: Name. Street. the Call road state L. A. Matern's across from the Ambrose A. park, to help Allie Brown, south of town, saw logs into lumber. Two days work was done last week, and it was expected that the job would be completed this week. V * * * Arthur Hagg's pasture, near the Plum Creek elevator, has 26 head of cattle recently shipped here from South Dakota. * * * When we called Friday at Meindert Oilman's, three miles east and FOR SALE 2 good used John Deere corn binders. Priced right. 1 McCorniick-Deering 15-30 tractor with 3 bottom plow, in good condition. 1 good Case gang plow, used three years. CORWITH IMPLEMENT CO COBWITH, IOWA P, }. 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