Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1937 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 14, 1937
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, ALGONA, IOWA SCOTS TO PLAY RETURN ENGAGEMENT ATZENDER&CALDWELL'S JTOTRL 'WINDOW DISPLAY FIOA- TIMIKT* «v LOCAL STOKK From tho land of Annie Laurie and Auld Lang Syno come tho inspiration for one of the smartest hat -windows that has been seen in this town in a long time. Zender * Caldwcll are showing the season's newest hat styles against a background of bonny Scotland. The almost lifelike figure- of a jolly Scotsman features thc display, on which arc shown three of the newest hat styles conceived CORWITH PUPILS CHOOSE A STAFF TO REPORT NEWS Corwith-Fairvicw, Sept. 13—The Corwith school has appointed the following news staff for the first semester; co-editors, Elizabeth Oxley, John Stull; reporters -dramatics, Maxine Perkins; music, Jeanette Wood, Richard Johnson; athletics, Betty Scace, Wendell Woodbury; commercial, Lillian Johnson; home economics,. Virginia Walley, Lucille Schubert; English,. ,, Margaret Bunting; science and! Mal 'Jone Peterson, who has spent mathematics. Lillian Clapsaddle ! tl>0 sun »ior with tin aunt, Mrs. Kenneth Wilhite; grades.'Jean Mir- Mcrl ° Larson, in Salt Ixike City, riam: Junior high, Dolores Dunlar, I Ulflh - ^turned in time to enter for the seventh grade Marilyn! scn °°' Monday morning, her par- Gouge for the eighth grade Typ-i cnts> Mr- antl Mrs - willla "i Peter- .TUESDAY »»r Titonka Family Settled in Montana Ready for Winter Titonka, Sept. 13—Relatives have received information from tho C. A. Lamorcux's that they are located in their own home at Stevensville, Mont.; the children attending school; that all have more work than they can do. Allan and his father are busy getting in fire material for the winter, and Charlene and Merle are working for Victor Lamoreux and attending town school. Lorraine is working in a nice home. JTnrjorie Veterseu Home- tho foremost America. hat companies in is reported rallying again. Other Tltonkn News. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, son Hubhard and his wife, of Minnoap- polis, were Tuesday guests at W. J. Dcnton's. Tho Wilsons, who are in the printing business, were en route homo from Des Moines, where they had been visiting a daughter and sister. The Work and Play club met with Mrs. Pearl Ricklcfs Thursday afternoon. There was a very good attendance considering that thc county fair was in full swing, The next regular meeting will be held at Mrs. Jerry Brcen's. Henry Baado, wha has tenanted one of tho John Carlson farms, .,,.., . . , L ,. lias purchased the farm now ten- i.sts are Ardclle Hauptmann and j? en aml (ia "Shter making the over- anted by Mr. and Mrs •Andrew one of: Ij0i; . Hunslcy. and the sponsor is ' !™. cl , _}^ t ° bring , llc , r j lo . m _°-. Mar :' Hanson, possession to he given BURT SCHOOLS OPEN MONDAY; NINE TEACHERS Burl, Sept. .13—The Burl schools opened this week Monday. All teachers orrivcd last week. Tills year s Bowie, faculty includes .superintendent; Condit Alice Eiglmie, Shannon City, principal; Ermi Baars, Lodi, Wis.; and Glenn last week Tuesday from visits with the Ross Ulngsdorfs, Mapleton, Minn., and Newark, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ringsdorf brought her home. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Hulln, Eagle Grove, visited Burt friends Thursday. They brought Alice Eighme, teacher, with them. Mr. Hulln taught hero lost year. Mrs. ,T. D. Graham and her daughter Helen went to Algona Wednesday for a few days with Mrs. Graham's sister, Mrs. August Strom. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kearns, DCS Moines, and her daughter Maxino Anderson, nusic and other iects; Marian Hoppo, Algona, - f week Monday. The do- ™ rn9 f « mll - v formerly lived In sub-| WCI '° licre It's well worth a trip to Zender ijv-i.i . i iin^n.:^ , (i 1111 LHU fct£.JUIllSU I in ' . . * --_....,-, . .. u .. lu . a , i,i. , U11IM.-H, IKJHHt'eMSlOIl LO 11G C^lVCll Gertrude Hurley, new English ; Jonc f.P ent a most delightful and! March 1. Mr. and Mrs. Baade'havo teacher. The classes in high school have Oaldwell's just to sec thc win-'elected officers: flow—and there's a novel, free gift! Seniors—president. Paul Puffer- for everyone who comes into the vice. Lillian Johnson; socrctarv- store—something new in Scotch— treasurer. Bonnie Barracks and containing some very fine ,-eci- Juniors — president Luverne "' Sl T)l( ' lf ^'"'l' is 1)tl|1(1 Pes- . Korleski; vice. Gertrude' Dunlap; i JIl ' s - ^ick Welp. who Tho little giveaway is "on the seercta-.v-treasurer .leaneltp Wood i serlous '>' '" last Thursday Souse." Come around and get a I Sophomores educational summer sightseeing I two children. and traveling with her aunt and uncle, for Mr. Larson is a salesman with territory covering parts of four states. copy be/ore liausted. taken at. her --, president, Byron i' u ' m; . east of town - die(I Thursday Severns; vice. Dale Clapsaddle- i "° Howln S * stroke. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon from tho Gorman Lutheran church - ., DoroThy^Wvard';'!' 1 ! , tmvn - , A . n , of hor children were secretary. Robert Escher; trcasur-i, '?'' bcdsldo - Illc Welp family secretary-treasurer. C,lcn Fisher. Freshmen — president, Helen Bunting; AUTOMOBILE LOANS EXTKK3LKLY LOW RATES LOANS MAPI: ON YOUR PRESENT CAR W e will make you a liberal loan on your car—pay off your present balance, advance you additional easli and reduce your payments by extending them over twelve to eighteen months. CASH LOANS MADE AT ONCE NO ENDORSERS OR SIGNERS REQUIRED A courteous, prompt, and confidential cash loan service. Call in person or write WESTERN CREDIT CO. 200 East State St., Al s ona, loiva er. Alfred Mulligan. j has been residents of this commun- The baseball 'season opened last!! 1 / f " r , 25 ycars ' COI " ln S "ere from week Tuesday, when Corwith j played the Vernon Consolidated I team. The starting line-up for Corwith was: Chambers, rf; Johnson, catcher; DC Groote, 2b; Severns, :>h; Woodhury, cf: Allen, ss; Nail, Hi; Halligan. cf; and pitcher. Thc season's schedule follows: Two Houses are Remodeled— Lester (."allies is repairing, remodeling, painting, and papering his two town residence properties recently vacated by the Maurice •T} , t <_ V <JU I son,j Hausen and Hazel Nnumnu ilies. and upon completion fam- tliey . ..*, .-t <i.^. ,11 .-, nviK'UUlL' 1UI1OWS: ...ill i . , , Sept. 7-Vcrnon. there; Sept. 10.!"'I, "P. ( : u ' llcd , b >' Mr - n » d Mrs. --•*-1',. . , 1.1 uvui. LLH--I u, oupi. lu, i T ,.-.„„ /•-. i, • , ; open; Sept. 14 Kanawhi there-I ' by a youn 8 Sent. n. WesleV. hc"e; sept. 2l'J Pl ° tO be marrlod "Ha week. Kanawha. here; Sept. 24, open; Sept. 28, open; Oct. 1, Wesley, i there; Oct. 5, open; Oct. S, open- I Oct. 12, Renwick, there. Former Pastor Loses WlV— Mrs. C. B. Mitchell, wife of pastor of the Methodist church here from lOOf) to 1913, died last week Sunday at her home at Buf- Joes Up Rapidly— Work is progressing rapidly in tho erection of a new house' for Harm Uken and his mother, who will move her from near Woden as soon as the home is completed. Lots were purchased from Mrs. Onno Bruns, just north of the Methodist church. falo Center. Funeral services were held on tho following Tuesday, and Oorpro Hiirgins Has Hack-Set— the Rev. Karl W. G. Hillcr. of Corwith, was in attendance, with oth- Mrs. George Higgins is spending the week in Des Moines, where she er pastors in the Algona district, is near her husband, who is now The Rev. Mr. Mitchell concluded aland has been for several weeks pastorate at Hurt last year and re-'Past a patient in the veterans' hos- tired. He, was once pastor at Buf-'P'tal. During the past week Mi- Mr, and Mrs. Jerry Schutjer have moved from the Callies apartment to their new brick home in (ho east part of town. Mr, and Mrs. Edward Saathoff are the new tenants in tho npartmc.U formerly occupied by the Schutjers. The Legion Auxiliary is holding a food and bake sale Saturday to raise money to defray expenses of the installation of a drinking fountain, and for other community projects in the holiday season. Henry Meyer is cleaning and repairing the three-room apartment in his home which is to bo occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur God- ferson, newlyweds, who will be at home after Wednesday. Members of the congregation of the Lutheran church and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Callies will honor them at a shower Tuesda> evening in the basement of the church. John F. Fisher is driving a new Chevrolet this week, and plans to moot Mrs. Fisher soon, who has been in California all summer caring for her aged mother. Mrs. Frank Fisher was called to the home of her sister at Britt Thursday, her sister being critic- aly ill, having been very sick for some time. Among those attending the Minnesota state fair are Maurice Keil, Albert Missal, Herb Rakow, and Ueinder Fritz, morning. who left Friday Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Breen returned Wednesday evening from Minneapolis, where they spent a few days visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. William Batt entertained the Birthday club Tuesday evening YOU CAN'T KEEP WARM ALLTHETIME' WITH A FIRE THAT BURNS ONLY PART OF THE TIME!, fered a stroke in the early spring, the week before her and anothe death. Six Hi-ri' Going to College— Among collegians from Corwith who have left, or will soon be leav- jing, are Virginia Severns, who will 'attend the Bob Jones college tit j Cleveland, Tenn.; Frances Mussion, who returns for the second year to University of Iowa; Miriam KEEPS JTHSTN FULL TIME WARMTH ;tho Tabb, returning to the State Teach- ;'ering. ers college; Harriet Gouge, who will enter at Cedar Falls for her ; first year; Russell Ro.ss, who will ; complete his senior year at Morn- iingside; and Donna Beckman, who returns to the Northwestern Bible ; Institute at Minneapolis. He was .taken to Doctor Walley, who placed thc fractured arm in a splint. Mrs. Hallipran Has Operation- Mrs. Daniel Halligan had a major operation at the Mason City Mercy hospital a week ago Friday. Mr. Halligan and Mr. and Mrs. E. J Widen spent the day with her. Last midweek she was reported j-ecov- Minn., recently to visit relatives and wore accompanied here by Devere Stephens, who had spent the summer there. Wilma Stephens remained there, having obtained em- ploymenf. Clarence Terpstras, of Rockford, 111., the Arlan Bogards, of Eagle Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmidt, Fon du Lac, Wis., were recent guests at F. C Bunting's Mrs. Terpstra and Mrs. BcSd are daushters of Mr. and Mrs. Bunting. mcstic science; Axel Anderson, Dike, coach; Frances Vaughn, Rolfe, 5th and 6th grades; Lcnoro Bollic, Madrid. 3rd and 4th grades; and Leona Bahe, Agency, 1st and 2nd grades. Though rebuilding thc old school building, damaged by fire, is not completed, thc second story is finished, and tho grades are being cared for in high school class rooms till the lower floor is ready for occupancy. .Many to Mitchell Fnuernl— Attending the funeral of Mrs. C. B. Mitchell at Buffalo Center last week Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lockwootl, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Chipman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings. Mrs. L. K. Ricbhoff, Mr. and Mrs. AVilliam Nelson. Mrs. A. C. Bern hard, Mrs. F. L. Pratt, Mrs. C. S. Coffin, J. H. Graham, Mrs. J. G. Sowrck, Mrs. J. D. Graham, daughter Maxine, Mrs. B. W. Brooke, Lulu Hawcott, Mrs. II. W. Manus, Mrs. Lillian Siglev, Mrs. C. I. Mansmith, and thc Rev. and Mrs. Thoburn Speicher and a son. Mrs. Bertha Duckmanton, Ellsworth, and Airs. Frank Potter, Sioux City, who are visiting Mrs. Pratt, also attended. They are mother and aunt respectively of Mrs. Pratt. Burt, Mrs. Helen Peters, daughter Mary Lee, Ruth Thompson, June Rash and Phyllis Brooke were Des Mollies visitors last week Tuesday. Supt. and Mrs. Condit have moved into the Send-Off for Two Collegians— The Christian Endeavor had a farewell party at the Presbyterian church last week Monday evening for Richard Brayton and Eugenia Kriethe, who are entering college this fall. Twenty attended, and Richard and Eugenia wore presented with gifts. Richard has entered Dubuciuo university, and Eugenia will enter Drake university. Youth to Dnliii(|iie School— Richard Brayton has entered Dubuque university. His parents and the Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Doms took him to Dubuciuo Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Jackish and their grandson have returned to their home at Minneapolis, after a couple of days at W. E. Brace's. Mr. Jackish is Mrs. Brace's Brother. No longer need you put up with Former Convith Youth Weds 1TV1 a h At tin rr 4-Un* •n < *A..£..11l.l n ,*j.'* I r f . - « » •• T i i. U*T Mr. and Mrs. Clem Hilyard, Dor- tome heating that is "on full blast then completely off. Now an amaz- Harold, son of Mrs. Lillie Loy, fog new invention keeps a constant i^ 1 ^^ 11 ;'; 0 ";, ! n I111 »°'«. gtream. of warmth flowing from a KiLie Renwick' ™r£3 ^^«S. ^ ^%&» at thc g '-° tto 1'ast.or Richnmnn Has fliecli-tTn— The ReV. and Mrs. L. Richmann, with Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bleich and their daughter Luella, were at Rochester, Minn., last week Tues- lay, and Mr. Richmann had a throat check-up at a Mayo hospitali They called at Oscar Anderson's, Vew Richland,' Minn. Farewell for the Wredes- Members of the Fortnightly club and the husbands gave a farewell supper at Enos Wrede's last week luesday for Mr. and Mrs. Wrede who have sold their grocery store here and are leaving Burt soon. Son for Raymond HoiiKours — Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Housour p ~ , AlKORa - arn_ parents of a 9-lb. son Bowio Elston which was vacated by the 13. A. Iliffs, who moved to Bancroft. Hanker H. E. Rachut returned Friday from a few days on a business and pleasure trip to northern Minnesota and South Dakota. Mrs. II. W. Manus, Mrs. Lillian Sigler, and the lattcr's son Junior visited Friday at the George Manus home at Northwood. Mrs. Helen Peters and her daughter Mary Lee were dinner guests last week Sunday at Dr. M. G. Bourno's. Kossuth chapter No. 201 0. E. S. will meet this week Tuesday evening, after a two months summer vacation. Allen and Kenneth Sarchett and Dale Kennedy were Sunday dinner guests of Ward and Walla'ce Winkle. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Peterson returned Wednesday from Waterloo, where they visited their daughters. Mrs. J. G. Clapsaddle, daughter Rachel, and Erna Baars, teacher, were St. Paul visitors Wednesday. at Ell Anderson's of Grant. Henry and Ell arc brothers. Mr. and Mra. Robert Ray and Mrs. Anna Scott, of Minneapolis wore guests tho first of last wet.k at Antlion Shaw's. Harold Peterson visited last week with his brother Clifford, in Minneapolis, nnd attended 'the state fair. Mr. and Mra. William Evans took their daughter Lucille to Cedar Falls last week Tuesday to begin her second year In teachers' college. Tho Evans returned home Thursday, Thc Swca Spirit of Service 4-H club girls received several awards for their booth at tho county fair: first on decorative pillows; 1st, window curtains; 2nd, dresser .scarf; 3rd, 3-piece Interesting center of rofinished wood for a, girl's room; 2nd, demonstration, curtains made from feed sacks, given by Betty Anderson and Lucille Rath. AM) (10 Sa < factory s m B«na ,Si,,c 0 LOW€i TOXAh T^\ Swea-Eagle News Change at Produce Station— Mrs. C. E. The Rev. Karl W. G. Killer, Cor- has taken i Wlth - MolllUQis t pastor, drove to his firebed that is always alive — never off to allow cooling down of entire beating plant. BALA/VSJAT to - Mr. Loy been driving a milk truck in i Corwith cheese factory for the last ..UIUI-, . M '''over tho Scribner produce station ! cottllKe !lt tlle 0k °uoJis a week ago .- " bus and is I'unning it as the Robinson I , [Th1ursday ftnd b ™"Kht home Mrs. has the <T1 •*• »V.J HIVj iVVJUlUQtJll ),.-..-- •"' ~ ».J-. «-J, .— - ...— .,..,„. 1U LU « nroduce station. Mr. Scribner will !*' Illle . r " nd Mrs - R °goi'. who had vicinity for a Renwick j dnve a truck for Jimmie Johnson, spe!nt ^e summer there. m.uwii,K. T „,,„,.„„ Some of the local Baptists attended a Bible conference at Forest City last week Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. The local pastor' Lu Verne. LESS FUEL LESS FUEL their home. Henry Ristau is now I there to teieh dr.v.ng the mi,k route. the^PubUcSchools. . Albert Johnsons are Hosts— | Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson re- icently entertained some 50 neigh- jhors and other friends who helped i> .- „* . i them last • sm ' i "S when Mr. John- Heating At Its j son was sick with pneumonia, and Doris "«h grade of Russell Ross to Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Rosa drove to pastor the Rev. Albert Rust, was one of the speakers. Mrs. Amy Folcy and Lita Faye got home Wednesday from Union Wash., where they spent the summer. They visited relatives at San Francisco on the way back. Hot-Never Too Co,d „ brok^nd fcid him o~ tor u Before you decide on next winter's ' time with u blow on the head Ice heating, get all details NOW of this cream and cake were served' A Jow-cost, hands-off automatic heat- party of some 25 was to be entering for your home! See how you mined later can turn your heat-making over to ' 1 the Automatic Butler the ONLY Kleven to flautist (iutlicriuir— stoker that has the exclusive, money- ~ .. - - * j\ ONLY the Automatic Butler c'oai . ma Hash, Erma Prey Laverne lYn- Stoker can stop feeding fuel when >• • -- .'-"i-niL i.ip automatic control says enough, yet continue to supply the correct balance of air to keep the firebed always *—- -"'— SatThlS: est rate of effic- at the proper depth without soot or "Bin-To-Burnar" Self-Coaling Model The Automatic Butler Coal Stoker •its any furnace or boiler, makes more heat from low-cost stoker coal automatically. Clean, healthful, convenient and the most warming because the most uniform. Easy-to-own monthly terms. BANISH WASTE, SOOT AND SMOKE ...TURN YOUR HEAT MAKING OVER TO THE AUTOMATIC BUTIER &*&* COAL STOKER EQUIPPED WITH THE BALA4r5TAT i-ap, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bogard, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hankins attended an annual Worldwide Guild meeting of the Northern Baptist association at the Riverview Baptist church, Fort Dodge, a week ago Friday. I-.vIe (Jourleys are Parents- Mr, and Mrs. Lylo Gourley are parents of a -lb. boy, born recently at Mercy hospital, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Gourley are former Corwith residents, and Mrs. Gourley is- a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos Giebel, north of Corwith. Tho William Gourleys here have an 8-lb boy, born Wednesday. Foot Injury is Healing- Mrs. Leonard Mullins, who recently suffered a broken foot bone in a fall from the back porch at her home, could step on the foot lightly last midweek, but a casi was still on the foot and was not to be taken off for another week or more. Dollie Marr was helping with the housework. C?{ f<-t -n . l.tlv-l.-T^W 1,11 LJIC Wily UaCK Sioux City Friday to take their son Mrs. Howard Cook and her son Russel back to Morningside col- Tommy lately returned lego. The Rosses have a new V-S. " Other Fairview. Mr. and Mrs. Rdw. Robinson, of North Platte, Neb., were recent visitors at the AV. H. Perkins home, and Mr. and Mrs. Perkins accompanied them to North Platte. A family reunion was planned, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lichty, of Lu Verne, also visiting there,"were to hring Mr. and Mrs. Perkins home. Mrs. Lichty and Mrs. Perkins are ------- to their home at Primghar, after some time with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Seacc. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Perkins, of Waterloo, with their sons Devore and Willard, spent a few days last week with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Perkins here. Hleanor Johnson, student nurse at tho Mason City Mercy hospital .'ipent last week Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David John* sisters. Mrs. son. Hawthorne camp of the. Luella Cashmer, of Cornel,, Neighbors mot Thursday with Ither Of f!lf>n Pnulima,. l,«,-ir>«... ,,r __ ... u ' oua J' W1LU MANUFACTURED BV BUTLER MANUFACTURE* COMPANY. KANSAS CITY.TSSsOWl F. S, NORTON & SON Phone 229 Ask us about the Butler Stokers already giving service in Algona. Two and Three Year Records I>t-af <;irl Visits Algoniuns— Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson, was at Algona last week with her cousins, Fern and Dorothy Stevens. A school for the deaf at Council Bluffs which Betty attends did not open last week because of an infantile paralysis epidemic. Cousin of Applt'gati's Passes— Elmer, Ernest, and Irving Applegate have returned from Chippewa Fulls, Wis.. where they went to attend the funeral or a cousin, Kbben Uoobler. The tjoys were accompanied by Mr. Hoobler's daughter, Mrs. Roy Largent, Humboldt. Boy at Play Wreaks Arm- Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Wolf, suffered a broken arm one day last week while lie waa at play near the Mullins seed corn bouse. 111., mother of Glen Cashmer, her daughters Evelyn and Ina, and a son, Arthur, with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hotzel and Mr. and Mrs George Sutcliff, all of Ottawa, 111.! spout last week with the Glen Cnshmer, Robert Sutcliff, Carrie Sutcliff, and George Rlggle families. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Stephens, with their son, went to Hollandale, Bert Meyers, Mrs. Ray Bonnstetter assisting. Elaine Paul lately returned tn her home at Morristown, Minn following a visit at Armand Tabb's The Victor Applegates, Algona, were visitors one day last week at Wilford Cooney's. The Albert Johnsons attended a picnic at Twin Lakes last week Sunday. here Friday morning at the home of Mrs. Housour's parents Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Giddings. Henry Thompson Here Again— H. J. Thompson, Los Angela, arrived last week Tuesday to visit his sisters, Mrs. C. H. Blossom and Jennie Thompson. Other Burt News. The L. E. Roetmans got home last week Monday from a week's vacation, part of which they spent at the Wisconsin Dells. They also visited Mrs. Roetman's parents at New London and attended the COth wedding anniversary of Mrs Roetman's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs \\:\ tnve Mrs. Finn. Gerled, was a last week Tuesday evening supper suest at L. R. Burger's and afterwards attended a county postmasters' meeting at Sexton. Mrs. Maude Hanna, local postmistress and Katherine Manus attended The Fidelis Sunday school class mot at Mrs. F. L. Pratt's Wednesday for a monthly social and business meeting. Mrs. Clara Olson and Mrs. F. L. Ryerson were as- aisting hostesses. Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf returned Fanners in this vicinity arc cutting corn and filling silos. Sleeping scikness among horses has taken «, heavy toll. Ira Hcw- ctt's rendering works in Swea township received as high as 3G horses one day last week. He increased his crew of men to M, including Ringstod. Buffalo Center, and Lakota truck stations. Mrs. Geo. Butterficld and Mrs. James Vaux and her two children visited last week with the William Siemens in Madolia, Minn. Mrs. Siemens is a daughter of Mrs Butterfield. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Olson and son Dennis visited last week Tuesday with Mr. Olson's mother, Mrs. Mary Olson, and her daughter Mrs Earl Pollock, at Hardy. Mrs. M. T. Price and her daughter Margaret, of Fort Dodge, visited a week ago Monday at James Kuchynka's. Fern Isaacson, Maxino Burhaus and Morine and Gloria Lindio, returned home a week ago Monday from Dos Moines, where they attended open Bible conference held there. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Carlson, Moline, 111., visited from hist week Tuesday till Thursday \v!th Mi- Carlson's brother, Tankard Carlson. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jcnaon and Mr. and Mrs. Claud Faiigest, East Chain, left Wednesday for Minneapolis to attend the state fair. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson and son Maynard and his wife of Rockford, 111., visited last week Tuesday at George Harncr's. and Many years of ex. perlence and choice carefully selected tobaccos arc res-noil- • Back in 1927, thc millionth Maytag washer with cast-aluminum tub was produced. The Maytag of today is A much finer washer than ever—yet thc price is low. The one-piece, cast-aluminum tub, sediment trap and other features that won Maytag world leadership are still exclusively Maytag advantages. Maytags arc available with gasoline Multi-Motor. FREE TRIAL Ironlnj wllli tluncwMAYTAQIRONER Twenty modern 7 features of simplicity and convenience. Six moilcis— wide price range. «F IT DOESN'T!!! ITSELF, DON'T KE!|f THE MAYTAG COMPANY . Mwahtliiiwi 'NETOiB SOLD AND SERVICED BY BJUSTROIVI, Algoml fur the in larity of th IJHl- Just give it a trial —you'll know > vny they nre so iiii[itilar. For suit- at all Algonu dealers. 'OH' Producing Coals such as exhibited in our booth at. I the County Pair are now ready for delivery. See us today about the Blue Star j Coal shown at the fair. Phone 229 njoy the true spirit of New Orleans when you stop ot Hotel Chalmette, just a few blocks iVom historic Canal Street and curthia easy reach of all points *f interest...large comfortable rooms- low rates. 00 thc FULL Mark. "Yes, Sir! since I've been using Phillips # M °JJ1 m't need to add those quarts between an""' Ml "" that oil stands up.' And last? Why, I tgaK^t y 1 save using Phillips 66 Motor Oil more «~i don how money form/ cigars It's concentrated I High-degree oilinesc 100% Paraffin base •mm E4 Johnson's

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