Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1934 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 13, 1934
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J?AGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE], ALQONA, Young People s "World Voyage" Undertaken by Group W. H, M, S, AT LU VERNE TO TRAVEL SEAS Lu Verne, Sept. 11—An exceptionally interesting program was given at the September meeting of the Methodist W. H. M. S. at Di 'A. L. Spooner's Thursday. It wa given under the direction of tlv president, Mrs. Peter Thompson and was a presentation of plan for the new year's program. Last year the work was alon; the line of a trip by land v/lier the trails had to be mended. Thi year's course will cover a voyag by water with special emphasis on young people's work. Mrs. Harold Phillips outlinei plans for the Queen Esther Circl and Christian Education; Mrs. A L. Spooner, for finances; Mrs. Ra; Stone explained the zoning plan and Doctor Baddeley gave a tall on Woman's Part in ChrUtiun Work. Mrs. Thompson summed u the work, and Mrs. Ray Stone sans, a solo. There were 12 members present. Clubs liepin Xow Year- Activities for the new year an beginning in the women's clubs ,The Progressive Woman's club started the season Friday .with a meeting at Mrs. Geo. Hanselman's Only eight members were presen because school was dismissed foi the county fair Friday afternoon but plans for the year were taken up. The program consisted of a paper on Organized Crime in the U. S., by Mrs. Wilma Mosher, and another on The Cost of Ballots, bj Mrs. Maynard Spooner. The question, Should the Gangster or his political aid be tried? was discussed for roll call. Following the program the hostess served dainty lunch. Mrs. Priscilla Schaffer was a guest. Tttission Festival Sunday— Next Sunday the Mission Festiva •will be celebrated at the Lutheran church. The Rev. E. Fiene, of Lotts Creek, will be the speaker lor the German services in the morning, and the Rev. H. Stahmer of Fairville, will preach in English at 2:30. Church women will serve dinner in the church basement. All 1934 Graduates Grant School Leave For College Teachers Go to School— Lu Verne young people who are 'teaching away from home include Dolores Woito, at Onawa; Doris Baddeley, Pocahontas; Esther Fritzemeier, Lena, 111.; Marie Fritzemeier, Wausau, Wis.; Myrtle Jordan, near Lakota; Betty Holdcroft, near Thor; Emma Voss, Sexton; and Milton Woito, West Bend Bode Wins Close Game— The high school baseball team '3>egan the fall season by playing the Bode team last Thursday a Bode. The Bode team won 5-4 in an overtime period. Gene Parrel pitched for Lu Verne, and Epslanc for Bode. Games this week are a' Henwick Tuesday, and Vernon Consolidated plays here Friday. Mrs. Lonise Worby Dies— Mrs. Louise Worby, who died at the home of her son, Milton Worby a, week ago Monday, had been resident on a farm north of Lu Verne till 1918, when she and Mr "Worby moved to Eagle Grove. Mr Worby died in 1928, and Mrs. Worby came to Lu Verne again to live till a year ago. •Aid Tea is Served— Mrs. Archie Sanford and Mrs. H C. Allen served at an Aid tea at the former's home Saturday afternoon There were 12 present and the afternoon was spent working on nr- '-tides for the utility sale. Cemetery Association to Meet— The Cemetery association meets 'this Thursday with Mrs. William ^filler, instead of Mrs. Ervin Barton as formerly noted. Other Ln Verne News. Mr. and Mrs. Max Patterson were at Granger a week ago Sunday, ant Bally Broadie and Helen Sneddon accompanied them home for a •week's visit. The party spen Thursday and Friday at Spiri Xake, from here Miss Sneddon lef for Minneapolis. Sally Broadie •went home Sunday. Two sons and two daughters sur vlve: Milton and Joseph, and Mrs Jacob Huber, of Lu Verne, am Mrs. Clara De Shazer, of Kansas City. There are also five grand Children and one great-grandchild Treadwell Robertson, Scott and Robert Swisher, of Iowa City, Gab rielle Royal, of West Liberty, and Mrs. C. E. Tayman, of Heldsburg •Calif., visited Consuello and Scott Banna several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boyle, Fort Dodge, were Sunday guests Harry Von Draska's. Marjory Lee tad been here the past two weeks and returned home with them. Fern Allen and William Jones, of Minneapolis, and Mrs. Blanche Allen, of Mason City, visited at H. C Allen's and H. E. Peitzke's last Wednesday and Thursday. . Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Dehnert le- turned Sunday from Waterloo Wis., where they had been called Wednesday by the death of Mr. Dehnert's brother-in-law. _ Mrs. Paul Emrie and Merrill Amspoker, of Humboldt, stopped in X.u Verne Monday en route to visit their parents, the F. W. Amspok- «rs, Brooter, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hansen came from Milwaukee last week to make their home here. At present they are with her parents, the W. ii. Ramuses. She had been ill for some time With heart trouble, and had contracted pneumonia about a week oefore her death. She was 70 years old. Funeral services wej'e held last week Wednesday at Milton Wor- oy's, and at a funeral home in made 6 Gr ° Ve ' Where burial was Irene Swenson, who teaches at Armstrong, and Bernice Swenson, M, Mrs. Marx Schwyter, of Grant, Sept. 12—Marjorie Barger went to Cedar Falls Sunday to begin studies at the State Teachers college. Helen Briggs entered Waldorf College. Forest City, Monday. Marjorie Johnson is at Blue Earth, Minnesota taking normal training in high school. Soren Pederson has entered the Chlllicotho, Mo., business college. Thus all members of the 1934 graduating class have begun college. Farms Are Undergoing Repairs— A new house is being built and repair work being done on the farm occupied by Lester Knutson. A new barn and machine shed are nearing completion on the form tenanted by Otto Kelly. The house on this farm has a new basement. Mrs. Campbell, of Fort Worth, Tex., is supervising repair work on her farm, tenanted by Fred Sheeley. Methodist Lay Delegate Named— Wylma Payne has been elected delegate from the Grant Methodist church to the laymen's conference of the Northwest Iowa Methodist conference. Martin ternate. Tokheini is al- Grant Calf Wins Second- Many Grant people attended the county fair, and Grant 4-H club boys were among exhibitors. Donald Barger won second with his baby beef calf, an Aberdeen-Angus, Two Grant Girls Teaching— Alice Mayne is teaching No. 6 in Eagle township, and Naomi Junkermeier has a school in Springfield township. Aid to Elect Officers— Mrs. Richard Newton will be hostess to the Aid next week Wednesday at her home. Election of officers will be held. Shows Calf nt Stnte Fair- Donald Barger was at Des Moines during the state fair. He had his hibit. •1-H baby beef calf on ex- Other Grant News. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Johnson have returned from a vacation trip to Minneapolis and Duluth. They accompanied the Fred Darnells,' Ledyard. A. E. Briggs went to the Twin Cities with Lars Skaar, Ledyard, Friday night to spent the week-end at the Minnesota state fair. Delmar Anderson and Bernard Payne left Saturday by train for Chicago to see the world's fair. George Lutter, Los Angeles, California, visited his sister, Mrs. Henry Selberg, last week. The Aid was entertained by Mrs. C. H. Chambers last week Wednesday. Titonka Dated to Play at Lotts Creek Next Sunday Lotts Creek and pitcher for Lotts Lotts Creek, Sept. 12—An interesting game of ball was seen Tuesday at the county fair between Titonka. Gross, CreeX allowed only three hits and no runs, and 'allies, Titonka, allowed seven hits and two runs in the first inning, and another in the sixth. Another hard-fought game took place Sunday at Bancroft between :hat town and Lotts Creek, The Lotts Creekers started against the Bancroft Cubs, but Bancroft Lions [ilayers were substituted, and by rhe end of the sixth inning seven Lion team men were in play. Deitering, pitcher for Bancroft, gave the Lotts Creekers eleven hits and one run in the second inning, four runs in the fourth, and two in the ninth; while Gross, for Lotts reek, allowed only four hits and six runs. Next Sunday Titonka is to play here, and the following Sunday Bancroft plays here. Mission Fest at Lu Verne— The Immanuel Lutheran congregation is invited to attend the annual mission festival at Lu Verne next Sunday. The Rev. E.'Fiene is to deliver the German sermon al 10:10 a. m. The afternoon services will begin at 2:30. Free lunch will be served to all who attend. There will be an English reading here by Teacher Schmiel. Fred Meyer, with Loretta Meyer and Marie Schallin, attended a shower Sunday afternoon at the Lutheran schoolhouse at Whittemore in honor of Eldora Dau, who will be married Paul's Lutheran Sunday at St. church there to Tlnral Schools Are Re-opened— The district schools opened last week Monday, with a large enrollment in each. The teachers are: No. 1, Olivia Kressin; No. 3, Mathilda Ruhnke; Nos. 4-9, closed for lack of pupils; No. 5, Marvel Elbert; No. 6 Leona Borchardt; No. 7 Margaret Fandel. Laabs; No. 8, Loretta Edan Potratz Store Clerk- Richard Potratz, daughter Edna Mr. and M,rs. Alvin Potratz, anc their daughter Beverly Ann drove to Westgate Sunday to visit the C T. Hellers and the Erwin Benders, Miss Potratz has accepted a position as clerk in the C. T. Heller general merchandise store there. Zmnachs to Liesener Farm— The William Zumachs have moved to William Liesener's farm which they have rented. Mrs. Emilie Heidenwith, who was keeping house for Mr. Liesener, is with her son Arthur at Whittemore. Quartet Off for Tour- Elmer and Lawrence Pi.iahn anc Reuben and Rupert Luedtke left last week Wednesday for a two weeks trip which will take them through the Black Hills and to the Yellowstone park. Girl to Become Deaconess— Margaret Fiene, who left a week ago to visit her uncle, Ernesi Krueger, Milwaukee, is now at Ft Wayne, Ind., where she has entered a Lutheran hospital to study for a deaconess. T. P. S. to Resume Meetings— The Y. P. S. will meet next week Friday night, after a two months vacation. Other Lotts Creek. Mesdames Carl Zumach, William Zumach, Albert Wittkopf, Martin Meyer, Arthur Rusch, Nick Gengler. Otto Ruhnke, Frank Schallin Frank Shellar, and Arnold and Renwick, were Sunday guests at W. S. Hunt's. The Grant Jennings drove to Cedar Falls Sunday, and Jeanne remained to enter Iowa State Teachers college. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Engel, of Cedar Rapids, were week-end quests at his sister Mrs. Adam Zweifel's. Louise Coleman, of Waterloo, is visiting her mother and brother, Urs. Carrie Coleman, and H. B. Coleman. Ernest Hughes, of Austin, Minn., and Lee Potter, of Renwick, visited n Lu Verne a week ago Tuesday. Mrs. Runcke continues vedy ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. red Behnkendorf. Mrs. George Hof and Laurence Hof, of Cedar Falls, visited in Lu ferae last week. Mrs. Hannah Olson and daughter isited at her brother Jesse Linde- ak's last week. The Fay Thompsons, of Eagle rrove, visited Lu Verne relatives unday. Esther Loutzenheiser, of Tarna, iras a guest at R. F. Snyder's last i t-eek. Herbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Zumach. Mrs. John Kohlwes has been at William Donahue's, near Fenton, since last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Donahue are parents of a daughter, born that day. Lillian Schallin is doing the housework. The Don- ahues' now have two girls. Mrs. Hugo Faulstich, Mrs. Emil Bierstedt, Mrs. Edwin Lieb, and Mrs. Herbert Potratz attended a shower for Mrs. Lester Baas, nee Linda Roeber, at St. Paul's Lutheran school house, Whittemore, Sunday evening. Edna Potratz, who has been maid at Mrs. M. T. McGuire's, near Bode, a month, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz. The Aid meets Friday at the Lutheran schoolhouse, Mrs. Andrew Kading hostess. Bancroft Pair Wed Yesterday Morning Bancroft, Sept. 12 — Monica, youngest daughter of G. S. Underkofler, and Cletus, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Deitering, were married Wednesday morning at 8 o'clock at St. John's Catholic church, the Rev. J. F. Schultes officiating. Marguerite Deitering, sister of the bridegroom, and Richard Underkofler, brother of the bride, attended them. A wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Frank Recker, and late in the afternoon the newlyweds left for a wedding trip in Wisconsin and Illinois. They will live here, Mr. Deitering being employed in his father's garage. -*• Girl's Wages Stolen. Fenton, Sept. 12—Ann Reimers, working in a cafe at Graettinger, suffered the loss of $20 Labor day, stolen from her room. The room was locked, but an hour later the door was found broken open. RECEPTION AT TITONKA FOR THE TEACHERS Titonka, Sept. 12 — A parent- teachers business meeting was held Monday at the school house, followed by a reception for the teachers and a program was given: welcome, William Schram, of the school board; response, Lela Stephens; cornet solo, Maxlne Peterson; solo, Mrs. Intermill, accompanied by Mrs. Car-l Callies at the piano; humorous reading, Mrs. Magdalene Bleich; trio, Vernel and Lela Zwcifel and Leola Michelson, accompanied by Earl Zweifel on the violin. Games followed, with Mrs. Mono, Bonacker as chairman, and then refreshments were served with Mrs. Raymond Krantz as the chairman. Former Hunker Visits Here— Herman Nelson, Glendale, Calif., was calling on friends here Saturday. He had been at Chicago, and then came to Britt to visit relatives. He was to leave for home Monday. Herman is remembered here as an early Titonka banker. He left here many years ago, and is now, we believe, prominently connected with a Los Angeles branch bank at Glendale, Calif., which was founded by F. H. Vesper, formerly of Algona. Stores Closed for Fair— The stores here were closed last week Tuesday afternoon to let proprietors, clerks, and their families attend the county fair. Among persons who attended were the Dr. R. C. Balls, the Roy Budlongs, the William Stotts, Mrs. Pierre Sartor, daughter Alice, Mrs. Mary Oesterreicher, son Lewis, Mrs. Jay Budlong, son .Robert, Mrs. Reiterman, Mrs. Frances Budlpng, Mrs. Otto Palk, Tillie Falk, and Helen Falk. New Cast for Arlo Larson— Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson took their son Arlo to a Forest City hospital last week Tuesday to consult doctors about a cast he is wearing. He will be taken to Iowa City sometime this week, and the cast will be removed and a new one made for him either of celluloid or of leather and steel. Arlo suffered two fractured vertebrae in the neck some weeks ago when he was bathing and in a dive struck bottom. legion Auxiliary Elects Officers— The Legion Auxiliary elected officers last week Tuesday evening; president, Esther Askin; 1st vice, Madelene Lamoreux; second vice, Anna Schenck; secretary, Mathilda Falk; treasurer, Martha Bonacker; chaplain, Olive Bruns; historian, Nellie Nelson; 1st sergeant, Camilla Cooper; 2nd sergeant, Carrie Bonacker; elective executive board members—Julia Nelson, Louise Conradi; Margaret Wentz. Two Sets Twins in School— Two sets of twins have begun school, Joyce and Janice Bonacker, and Elmer and Melvin Ricks. There are 22 beginners, and the others are: Robert Higgins, Ruby Heifner, Viola Zanke, Erwin Rippentrop, Howard Stott, Brandt, Lavon Graham, Lenice Robert Zanke, Alyin De Pue, Gerald Stockwell, Marietta Bruns, Doras Hagan, Andrew Zanke, Gerald Bonacker, Lois Schram. Britt Visitors Hear Evangelist- Mrs. G. A. Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Powers, of Britt, called Sunday evening at Mrs. Frances Budlong's, and then attended a special meeting at the Methodist church conducted by the Rev. Frank Mathis, evangelist. Mr. Mathis has often conducted special meetings in this section, including Britt, and in his youth he was the Methodist pastor at Lakota. Bnrt Farmer Has Birthday- Archie Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Carlson, Sioux City, Mrs. Effie Shar- Grand - Opening - Dance TITONKA FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 Music by RALPH EMERSON AND HIS GULF COAST RECORDING ORCHESTRA Dance Every Friday Night All Fall and Winter Prize Beef We bought a 4-H club steer at the Kossuth county fair. We dressed him and have him in our cooler. He dressed 63 per cent meat and fat. We will put this beef on sale Tuesday, September 18. We are not going to profiteer on this beef, as prices indicate. Leave your order for some of this choice beef. Steaks, per Ib ---------------------------- 30 to 85c Roast, per Ib --------------------------- 2 5c to SOc Pot Roast, per Ib. ----------------------- 20c to 25c Rib Boil, per Ib. ----------------------- jg j.g'c Suet, per Ib. ________________________________ 3c We have several orders now, so book your's right away to get the cuts you want before it's too late. Complete line of Meats at our regular price. SPECIALS Corn Flakes, large size, 2 for ___ ___________ ig c Soda Crackers, 2 Ib. box _________ — _IIII_I_I I9c Cookies, 2 doz. ______________ __________ "11 __ I2c Corn Starch, 2 pkgs. _____________ ~_~ ~_~__ _ I7c Pig Bars, 2 Ib.s -------------------------- ll_~21c Oval Sardines, 2 cans Complete Line of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. H. R, Sorensen & Co. Top price for eggs. deliver Phones 188-189. rot, Lynd, Minn., the Harold Jones family, nnd the W. A. Stouten- bergs, Burt, and Roland Sharrot, Titonka, were Sunday dinner guests at Roy Budlong's In honor of Mr. Stoutenberg's birthday. W. T. Ticker-man, flO, Pies- William T. Vickerman, Coleman, S. D., died Friday evening. He was the father of Mrs. Eric Peterson here, and was a familiar Titonka figure, having spent summers of late years with his daughter. Ho was itast 90. Mrs. Peterson was at his bedside. Two Jfpw Teachers Here- New teachers here are Dorothy Haviland, Fort Dodge, 2nd grade, and Florence Holt, Forest City, 5th grade. Ninety-eight pupils are enrolled in high school, 181 students in the grades. The high school nine will play Woden this week Friday. Other Titonka News. A new tool house to house machinery for keeping the roads in order will soon be under construction here. It will be built of brick, and the present building which stands north and south, will be moved back to stand east and west, which will allow for a better driveway. The new building will stand east nnd west. Mr. and Mrs. Hawley, Naomi DeWilde, her daughter Constance, Mason City, the Lou Boleneus nnd Bert Sanders families, Sexton, and the William Amesburys were Sunday dinner guests of the John Pinks. Mrs. Amesbury has been visiting since last Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Pink, her parents. The Guido Sartors left Monday for a visit in Michigan and to visit the world's fair before returning to Iowa City, where Guido will re-enter the state university, in which he is a medical student. The house owned by Axel Thompson, Clear Lake, recently vocated by the Chester Lamoreux family, has been redecorated inside and painted white outside by Ray Hansen. Mrs. William Larson is with the Gilbert Nelson children at Burt while Mr. and Mrs. Nelson and another couple are in one of the Dnk- otas to buy'feeding cattle. The Methodist W. F. M. S. met Friday with Mrs. August Schram, and the calendar for the coming year including leaders and places of meeting, was made up. Mrs. W. J. Denton, Mrs. Leone Underkofler, Britt and Mrs. Myrtle Lease, Wesley, will be guests of the Auxiliary unit at Bancroft this week Tuesday evening. The Larkin car.d club was entertained by Mrs. L. B. Larson Friday. Mrs. Craven won the high score, Mrs. Wentz low, and Mrs. Boyken the travel prize. John Pink has poisoning in his hands and ankles. He is around but unable to work. He thinks he contracted it in the cornfield. The C. W. Tuttles, Long Beach, Calif., who have made an extended visit with the Telko Sietse- mas, have started for home. The Harry Clothiers, Waterloo, came Saturday for Sunday with the Eric Petersons, Mrs. Clothiers Is a sister of Mr. Peterson. Lillian Groan, Lela Stephens, Dorothy Haviland, Florence Holt, and Mrs. Ann Schenck were at Mason City Saturday. Peter Badje, wife, son-in-law, and his wife are visiting at Peter's brother's. They drove here from Lyons, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Thompson, Clear Lake, and friends from Newell visited the Earl Blakolys Sunday. The Homer Downs family returned Sunday from the world's fair and visits with Illinois relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Bleich have moved into the apartment over Doctor Sartor's office. The Herman Rachuts got homo last week Tuesday from the world's fair. Edithmae Budlong has enrolled in the Hamilton business college at Mason City. The Herman Rachuts entertained tho Nels J. Nelsons, Britt, at Sunday dinner. Kermit Larson spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Larson. The Doan Aid meet this week Thursday with Mrs. Phil Buffington. The Joe Gaudermans, Carroll, spent Sunday with Beryl Bogges, George Kruger moved Saturday to Elmore, where he has work. Rich Point Irene, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Capesius, left last Thursday for Des Moines to enter a business college. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson spent last week Wednesday at Carroll, visiting relatives. Mrs. Chester Bailey, spent last Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Hugh Ranoy's, visiting her mother, Mrs. R. M. Gardner. Ruth Black and Roberta Skilling went to Cedar Falls Monday, and both enrolled in the State Teachers college. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley spent Sunday at Whittemore with Mr. Seeley's parents. Ray Devine spent Sunday evening nt R. H. Skilling's. Hugh Black and Lawrence Hutchins are compliance men in Irvington township. Birdie Schultz is beginning teaching in No. 7. She was a graduate of Algona high school last May. James Warren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Warren, was recently married at Fairmont, and Hugh Black attended the wedding. Several Rich Point folks were assisting with the county fair last week. Mrs. Fred Geigel was head of the art department; Mrs. Carl Hutchins assisted in the textiles and fabrics department; and Hugh Raney worked at the gate. Plans to Be Lawyer. George Carmody, for nine years postoffice clerk at Whittemore, has resigned and will enter De Paul university, Chicago, to study law. His father, Mayor Thos. Carmody, is taking his place in the postoffice. John S. Cullen is postmaster. Seven at Bancroft Leave for'College Bancroft, Sept. 12 — Raymond Brink left Friday for Omaha to reenter Crelghton university, i n which ho is a medical student. Charles Quinn leaves Thursday for Omaha for his freshman year at Crelghton. Ervin Kramer left Monday for Sioux City to enroll in Trinity college as freshman. Joseph Sherman Jr. and Raymond Schiltx, loft vl "e, Minn., university. ] eft Sunday lie alionds ti Murphy tool this j since "a, 0 "* St ' Jol nnd „,, A.. «<i !!,« "'"U lbe unit an <* Offi^ All Re We are all ready for winter' More room, more help, more store is larger, fall and win lor has been arriving every day ni larger stock than weXer^av have hired more help. I have throe o g 9 mery Ward clerks now and will so my trade is taken care of if I ] nvf ,',„ , all of Ward's clerks. lo lilre The business outlook for fall and th, coming year is very uncertain but w looking forward to a very busy season «• are taking a gambler's chance anil bettin! on the bob-tailed nag, letting the eg bet on the bay. Ill3t I own my own buildings, all paid f n , No rent to pay at the store or the homo f have plenty of trained help and a store in, basement full of standard shoes and f,, nishings. They are bought right and vnu know we sell the same goods for less than you can buy them anywhere else in th» State of Iowa. tlle Our trade has increased 30 per cent over last year, so with our present line-un see no reason to fear the future. In shoes, we handle Boslonians Peter- City Club, Connolly Kangaroos, W. L Douz las, and Air Cushion for men. For the ladies we have Patricia Pat, Peter Parade True Step, Tireless Tred, and others. For the boys and girls we have the latest in Friedmans, Red Goose line, and Thoro- goods, all good standard sturdy shoes with lots of style and snap. We carry all sizes and widths from AAA to EEE. We can fit any foot. I do not want a misfit to go out of the store. A good fit means a satisfied customer. Meet your neighbor at Jimmie's. You will find a cozy rest room, drinking water, lavatory, toilet, and all the comforts of a home. You are welcome and will not be asked to buy or be bothered in any way, It is your store, come and go as you please. 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