Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1938 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1938
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KOSflttttt COttNtt ADVANCE ALGONA, ICW A REWRITES Briefs snmmarizlng principal . news in Tuesday's Upper DCS Jiolnes. HOLCOMB, LIVERMORE, DIES IN 81ST YEAR tiivermore, Oct. • 24—Wor'd wafl received Sunday of the death J. F. Holcomb, 81, at the home MRS, HYDE IS DEAD AFTER A LONG ILLNESS Member of an Early Farm Family Here Passes On. By Klcnnor Fraser. if , , I *""*•» j-u.it imu uuunueu ins own Airs. Louise G. Hyde, well known I Swea City store. Ho married Mary Kossuth woman, died Tuesday eve-| Ami Guest, and besides the soil n ' ng af ? :3 ° at th e family .home on | there is a daughter, Mrs. Clifford, — —.. ^.uw,, wm ue :u tne trUbert farm, after a last sick- Spencer. Iloy was In business with charge of the music; Mrs. Henry K. A. BRATKNDER, 49, Swea City clothing merchant, died suddenly of a heart attack Friday. His eon Roy, at the time, was rehearsing for marriage to Juanita Brown at Esthervlllo. The elder Bravender grew up at Armstrong, hut since 1914 had operated his own ness of ten weeks, death was cancer. Mrs. Hyde, daughter ot the late Mr. and Mrs. Ho 11 Is J. Gilbert was born on a farm near Sparta Wis., and was brought to low* when she was five years old. The Gilberts fanned here. Much of Mrs. Hyde's adult life was spent in the South, in Tennessee and Georgia. From hoi marriage to John W. Hyde in 1<)05 at Live Oak, Flu., til] his death in 1919, Jacksonville, Fla., was the a daughter at Blue Earth where Mr. and Mrs. Holcorrib had recently gone for a visit. The Donovan funeral home was asked to send a conveyance to Blue Earth to bring home ,the body. Funeral services will be held at the local Methodist church this week Wednesday, and burial will be made In the Union cemetery here. Pallbearers will be Ole Nelson, Oscar Olson, John Frederick, H. L. Swansou; Otto Anderson, and Ray Falb. Mrs. Bert Brown will be Jn — . —. — v ..„„ ,. t .,««,, luoo ,Tim --'arge of the music) Mrs. Henry The cause of his father. His wife survives; al- Swanson and Mrs. John Frederick, MARKETS HOGS Best light butch., 180-200 $7.00-7.25 Med. hvy.i 200*290 ,——..$7.60 Med. hvy., 290-325 :_J?.40 Butchers, 326-380 $7,25 Butchers, 360-409 $7.16 DAM WILL BE BUILT EAST OF LIVERMOBE lilvermore, Oct. 25— One huhdre ° f '"*? **" ***! ">%»* pump house on the Rock cers, - . Packing sows, 275-350 __.... $6.90 land, east of town for a river dam Packing sows, 350-400 _ . .,$6.70 which the local Conservation Lea Packing sows, 400-500 ....... $6.50 sue chapter will build with W. P T*n/>l/!nn- ^ftitr-H tnn tt/i A/* nf A. Info/it* THn «*/IA!T rtrtttt fifpn'loYia Packing sows, 500-550 I.$6.25 CATTLE Caniiers and cutters $2.75-3.50 Stock steers $6.00-7.00 " yearlings -_ $6.50-7. (30 jvai steers $8.00-9.00 Fat cows $3.76-4.50 'Veal calves $6.00-8.00 A. labor. The rock was by the Rock Island. 'Link' Hughes is the local Lea gue chairman; George Lenert/ Mrs limi. Hyde homo. Since then, Hyde had spent most of her here. Brothers and sisters who survive are E. L. Gilbert, on the homa Gilbert, Oskaloosa; Benschoter. Algona; Anderson, at the Gil- farm ; Lee Mrs. Laura Mrs. Claire bert furiii. Mrs. Hyde was a memher of the AlgoiKi D. A. R. chapter; of the St. Thomas' Guild; of the local Eastern Star chapter; and the Al- scina Woman's club. She was also a member of the Episcopal church here, Funeral services will be held at the St. Thomas Episcopal church Friday morning at .10:30 when requiem high mass will be sung by the Rev. DeVere La Shelmandine, priest. Burial will be in Riverview. Pall-bearers for the funeral be nephews of Mrs. Hyde; Gilbert Arthur, Clifford, and Hollis Benschoter, and Jack Fraser, and I es- lie Huff. Walsh, of Titonka, Dies of Diabetes Nate Walsh, who formerly conducted a Titonka restaurant, died Monday morning of diabetes at the Her, Moines veterans hospital. He liad been taken there Sunday in an ambulance. At the hospital no relatives were known, but police heard a radio message at St. Paul and located a brother John. The brother reached Titonka at 3:30 a. m. Tuesday, and with William Ricklefs, Geo. Higgins, and H E. Raehut, the latter of Burt, drove to Des Moines to claim the body. Burial is to be made Saturday in a national cemeetry at Rock Island. Born in Ireland, Walsh emigrated to the United States. He was proud of the fact that he "boosted" his age in order to join the American army for the World war. Electric Organ for McCullough Chapel The installation of a Stark Electrified Pipe Organ in the McCullough Funeral Home is announced by Mr. McCuIIough. Mechanical work and final tests were completed yesterday. The new Stark Organ is a masterpiece of acoustical engineering. Those who heard the tests state that the tone closely resembles that of the large cathedral pipe organs. A feature of the new instrument is that it makes possible the re-creation of world famous organ music at will. Sacred and secular pipe organ music of outstanding character and .Treat variety will now be available for services at the McCullough funeral al chapel. Minnesota Couples Married in County Licenses to wed have been issued to two Minnesota couples, one Illinois couple, and to only one Iowa couple: LeRoy Peterson, of Humboldt, Marion Lighter, Algona; Walter McKnight, Lakefield, Minn., Emma Knuth, Round Lake, Minn.; Clarence J. Johnson, Ruby Crittendeu, both of Minneapolis; Mad 8 Hansen and KaUrteen Klinger, both of Savanna, 111. so his mother, a sister, and brothers, all of California. two I of flora) arrangements. The! A s011 ' Chester Holcomb, was Masons conducted burial rites. j manager of the North Iowa'Grain ONE miiYlHlKl) Kossuth women attended a'woman's G. 0. P. rally at the Marvin hotel, Burt, Friday afternoon, when B. B. Hlckenloop- cr, Cedar Rapids, candidate for lieutenant governor, spoke. Mrs , Mayme Peterson, Titonka, women's* county chairman, presided. R. J. j Harrington, county chairman, D. C. Hutchison, and republican can- dldales in attendance wore introduced. Refreshments were served by a committee headed by Mrs Mary Woodward, Whittemore, and' Mrs. Geo. Cat-mean, Bancroft. -' - - -.-- ~» ,. u, w*i* 1*1 » iu. u ,y c»»u w UUlll — iiJJM>C elevator here for some years, but j No. _ white oats ific recently moved to Kannwha. There"'- " "" are several other sons and daugh- secretary-treasurer. Fred Hauc will direct erection of the dam with Geeorge Roepke as asslstan It is planned to. complete th *.i nn r oir dam tn 'fi f i'll, work to start 1m .$4.00-5.^6 mediately. | There is an ideal spot near th! —. _ ,,,..,, c ^ WI11 VVJ1U ; 32%c location for a clubhouse and re No. 2 yellow corn (old) 32%c creatlonal sports, and it is th No. 2 yellow corn (new) ...31%« intention of the league here t NO. 3 yGllO\V CO I'll ( TIPW^ on1/ « I*nint</ttm 4 list m*/-\***i AH t*\ t\i~ n*. **l No. 3 yellow corn GKAW No. 2 white corn (old) ters. I Lone Rock THK m«II SCHOOL football team won from Hampton Friday evening, 21-0. The locals made d . uirhtp touchdowns In the first, second,' f/el and fourth quarters. Hampton failed oven to threaten ;oal. I he local scores were niost- y Jiindo on drives through center ind tacles, and around ends This week Friday evening Algona plays Marion in thn last game of the season away from home. Eagle The R. T. Angus family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus, the Delmar Angus family, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer spent Sunday afternoon at Jos. Ricker'a, north of Algona. Mrs. Lawrence Dittmer and hei father, R. T. Angus, drove to Cornell college Friday to bring up the J '' there for the week-end Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kressin', of Pasadena, Calif., who had been visiting relatives at Barney, N. D., arrived Friday to visit the Alex Radigs, Mrs. Dora Laabs, and Mrs, No. 2 31c £G08 Hennerys ----------- 28c No. 1 ------------------------ 23c No. 2 ------------------------- 16o , Cash cream — No. 1 ---------------- .. ---- __ 25c No. 2 ----------------------- 23c Sweet ---- . ----------------- 26c POULTKY .29%c immrove the grounds in the earl spring. Truck loads of fish have bee released in the east fork of th Deg Moines river here this season Mr. Hughes furnished ten me Monday, and the shipment of 10 tons was unloaded in three hours •* Wolfes, of Titonka, Leaving for South Mr. and M.rs. Lee O. Wolfe were Fred Theis. ter Lucille, rove and Humboldt are ilay here. The Kressin Barney, also daugh- came. yet , For Sunday dinner at Radig's were 10 j these guests: Mr. and Mrs. August TUP rnm> ,.n»*-,, . Zumach, Rolfe, and the Harold IHh TOUR rOKMUts Mothers ! Grosses. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Krause ncl Daughters club has criticised . Fenton, were evening callers. .he fair for huh. girl shows, poor j Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott and , H v'v?. "^ women ' s toileta, and , William Raths were Sunday dinner ' , H vv. ' ' • m " arki "S , The Kuests at William Hawcott's, Al• . e awcos, thinks admissions should ho Rona. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Heath, *° . encou >"ige people to ai-i'Bi'ooksburg, Ind., Mrs. Cole Oak, . o nu tue lair more than one day. KOSSUTH TKAC1IPRS wiii ino to Algona tomorrow for a innual institute. Speakers will ho ., . , East Enterprise, Ind., and Albert 0akl Col ° md ee, 111., spent the « <<lt Chl ' is Shasel> ' s ' Ora Hurlbl " - ts had as Sun- •••..] H I 14 UC. OIJKHn.t;rS Will hf» 1 It —WiM %*0 *OU.LL ?"'°._??: ^-- M«. *J$ V. ^JtoMw*to tokjuto nee for state superintendent — HPIRI orniss Ilumdent - spent the day at John Hoppo's, Lu •carVnl iI w ' °", C - ' U leasl 225 ei '" e- June Weisbr °d, Fenton. 5end hi,,i I i °" Play al West » Dent a few days last week **• send business houses last week in i Ralph Weisbrod's. (Hlllnr>fin»t ».,': i \. •*-. . -, - _ •ian ! Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig and 125 Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dreyer were — « v -• .-. .BV M. nil • (Hi u "*,l "3» AJUU W, YY Ull Springers, over 5 Ibs. 12c Algona visitors yesterday. Springers, 4 to 5 _.__ io c Springers, under 4 Ibs. 8c Leghorn springers 8c Hens over 5 Ibs. _ I2c Hens, under 4 Ibs. —_IIIIII_I.8c Leghorn hens _v 8c Cocks, under 4% Ibs. __III 6c Cocks, over 4% ]bs. _. re Geese, live _ 6c Hens, 4 to 5 Ibs. . .. .... Nex . they are leaving for the South. They plan to go througl the Ozarks and stop first in Okla homa, where Mrs. Wolfe will visi a college in which she once taught Another stop will be made a Houston, Texas., where Mrs. Wol* has a sister. Thence' the coupl will go on to San Antonio, when they may spend some weeks — "-*! *- \,\J w i kTO, —-.____ IUC "••"«7 »»»".J optiHi OVJilJC W CCIVS a, Ducks, live, 4% Ibs. II__8c 'Grande Courts. After that the plans Ducks, live, under 4% Ibs. Cc are somewhat indefinite, but they ~~ may follow the Gulf coast east and .Four Kossuth Men j come home in the spring via Wes w-k . . «, " ~^ I Virginia, where Mrs. Wolfe wa L/HVing INew Cars reared. During their absence Mr and Mrs. Frank Clark will have • n.iu iiAiis. j.-iajin. oiuih. will Four new automobiles are being tne Wolfe home at Titonka. driven in • Kossuth by Twenty-one new motoi owners, vehicles DOAN -_ -- „ ,. 44J.UI.W.1. VCllHilCO have been sold during ' the month so far. The latest buyers' "were Harlan Sigsbee; Homer Tuttle, and Lloyd Pratt, all of Algona and Dr. Iierre Sartor, Titonka, all Chev- Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson ' .— uv ., .*.xuviAixcv, tin kjiitjy- • «. iiu AM. o. ueui&e jounsor -i' and Jnternational Harvester w ere given a surprise Sunday by bo., Algona, a new International tn eir daughter Vera, the occasion truck - being their 25th wedding anniversary. Relatives came for the afternoon and friends and neighbors in the evening. The oldweds received many gifts. Relatives presented a set of silverware, and friendn money. Mrs. Johnson's aget Algona Girl Takes Part in a Recital Dubuque, Oct. Zender - daughter of . . parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Clark w, , - , . rs. . Kiank C. Zender, Algona, appear- Britt, were in attendance. ed in a student recital Friday " . at The Clarence Christensons en- She is a tertained relatives Sunday in hon- and js major- or of the eon Wilbur's birthday, is a member 'Mrs. Andrew Hanson is reported shurch. ----- ...... ^-. ouuie ±<- a '".. uuu j«ia. marcm u ? tte ", ded 8l l )ub »c supper Sunday dinner guests at John , rl s a member ' Mrs - Andrew H £ by the women of the , Schallin'e, Lotts Creek Mr and! f ?, Sodality, the Clionean Cir- sick since Friday. 1 Mrs. Ray Webb, Burt, spent' the f f,' h e Cecillan club . and the glee The Doan Woman's club was '" ..... ' " ' t/1UD * 'entertained at Mrs. Marie Chris- at A MI-.hTFNG has been held ne high school auditorium bv the Bel Canto club in an effort to arouse interest in singing of the Messmh this year. The event was successful last year, and plans are event la ' d '° " mke U nn annual "OK LOSS, chairman of the county soil conservation commit- Iday at the M. O. Richards home. [The Fred Wegners were after- callers at Leo Sankey's, -*• Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kirsch, Fort Dodge, formerly Algona, and a son spent Sunday with the Rudolph Peters family. The Ralph Thompsons, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Long, and Robert Benzine were at A. W. Lampe's, Ventura. Mrs. H. M. Deakins and Suits, Hartford, Wis., and • >M.i,»vy4l ^UllUllll,- tee spoke before the Algona Rotary club (Monday noon and gave details about the corn-aealin corn-acreage plans. TIIOIWALn LARSON, Burt, escaped uninjured Sunday morning e *"' v » l ° »'°'i.cu me vyesi, Jienu gi-ot- wheu his car ran into the ditch to Sundav - Other supper guests at five miles east of Algona after it Tf "°' <Ir ' c ' " r °'-° 1W "- ^— ^- «-••— had struck the Paull Hawkins car, Blow Breaks Skull of Man at Titonka children, of , duce station, was knocked tenson's last week Wednesday. | Roll call was on Norway, and the f study was Housekeeping Up to Date. A paper was read by Mary Young, also one on Minute Savers Around the Clock, toy Hazel Larson. Eva Arendt read a pro-, Housecleaning Shortcuts, down | Bufington gave a reading. Glenn and Gensmann, Slinger, ' Wis., came Saturday for a few days at Henry Kueck's. The Kuecks and their guests visited the West Bend Wesley. CLUB PAPER TO READ, speech to give, anything to bind for keeping, briefs or notes to preserve? Get a handsome colored brief and report filing cover, letterhead house or tion " Kueck's were Mrs. Dorothy Behrends, Fairmont, William Thompson, Mason City, and the Maynard Kueck family, Whittemore. The A. H. Henningsens arid EUz- .- abeth Jensen, Graettinger, spent . -. — 1- Sunday afternoon at E. M. Jon- clemocratic nominee sen's, and Marian Jensen went is Graettinger with the visitors for a GENERAL John H. Bpeak <.»r,. vsors or a t.RADLATES of the Algona high few da y s - Catherine Mae House- school normal training classes will i nola er accompanied Lois and Ln- hold their annual alumni dinner i cllle Marlow to the Marlow home Friday noon, and 70 are expected east of Burt f° r the week-end. The tn Jlttonrl nitflriannft MomimKn.tr. «p A*. ______ s U ffe re d a basal f ture of th The Dale Struthers family an d °vf 1,'° ^^ ^ T '>e° Hoovers spent lasf week ^n, nC f°? dltI< 15 J uesda ? wenlng'at the Dean An asoailaut is said drew s home, near Burt ° ne Kuclie »' > euther,i Mr. and. Mrs. Wm J Martinek reuther j Hansons Sunday, HOSPITALS KOSSUTH;. October 24—Mrs. John Osterman, Titonka, surgical. October 25—Louis Reilly, Lone Rock, eye infection. — * GENERAL. October 22 medical. October 23—Mrs. Wesley, medical. -Dean Meyer, Algona S. A.- Hirner, October 24—Mrs. Carl Brown, Algona, boy. October 25—Pearl Walker, Algo- Macumbers, of Algona, spent Sunday with Mrs. Frank Macuniber. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod spent Sunday at Clifford Henriksen's, Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen were at the Everett Jensen home,. Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz visited at Carl Zoller's, Bricelyn, Minn. Catherine Stebritz spent the week-end at Fort Dodge with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Poole, and Mrs. Poole came here with her. The women are sisters. Mrs'. Hattie Sprank, her children, and Anna Flaig were Sunday dinner guests at Edw. Goche's, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Bohr, of Nevada, came Friday, and Mrs. Bohr , — , ~.n suie. at the Advance office for lOc. tornies. na-Mary Schu,, A,go,,^nslllec-' ^ huZnl , . remained at Ora Hurlburt's while AUTO LOANS — REFINANCING Lower payments. — Western Credit Co. 8u30t FOR SALE—4-15 WHITK Leghori hens.—John Wallace, Fenton Phone 357. I lp5 SALE—REGISTERED Hamp shire boara. — Harold Fischer City. 9(2)5-6 FOR SALE—CIRCULATING OIL burner. Good condition.—Inquire Advance. 9pi LEGHORN AND WHITE ROCK pullets for sale.—Mrs. Dg White phone 2 on 87, Burt. 12p6 FOR SALE — DUROC JERSEY boars.—Roy Ringsdorf, 4 miles east, 3% miles south, Burt. 12p2tf FOR RENT — 3-ROOM FURNI6H- ed steam-heated apartment. Pos iauned'Jately.—Bjustrom's. llu.6 INSURE YOUR POWER PICK- ere, plow in operation.—L. S. Bo- iyumon, Hutchison toldg., Algoaa, I3p6 FOE SAIvK—PUKBBRED SPOT- ted Poland China boars. — Mike toatr mile east, % north of 16(2)6-7 Burt WANTED—50 HAMPSHIRE RED pullets. For sale: 50 Barred Rock pullets.—Mrs. D. .O. Gardner Algouu. 14 ('^) 6 FOR SALE—POLAND CHINA boars, vaccinated.—Louis Gretn- ert, one mile southwest of Whitte more - ' 13 P 5-7 FOR SALE — PUREBRED SPOT- tod boars. Vaccinated. Farai 3 miles southwest of Fenton.—C. F Kern, Fenton, 16p4-7 I AM MAKING LONG TIME FARM loans at 4%% interest with, no stock to buy and no red tape.—M P. Haggard. 21p51-6 WINDOW GLASS very low. Storm MCWUVO at reasonable cost.—Lusby's. AT PRICES sashes fitted 12(2)50tf FARM LOANS— 4%%, NO COM- mlssion. Can close your loan . --- .... „ promptly.—C. gona. NtoQUltai Up5p-8 ROOMS — TF YOU WANT TO Had a suitable nQOin In Algona, make known your wanta ia 4his section of the Advance. STORM DOORS —• WE HAVE real .value to cambJnaUon"wlnter and summer stoi-m door.—F. S. Norton <x Son, phone 229. g Tfte Vetias Record of GEORGE A. WILSON While a Member of Me Iowa State Senate VOTCOC T ^ • *>*+9 Rccord °f the Man Who Now Wants to Be Your Governor Wilson Against the Farmer for .Governor, was the File 350a WH o S 5 nate who voted AGAINST House Official records show that in 1935 Lawyer Wilson of Moines was paid $30,315.63 for legal ser^c^by 6nf Re(is COUn cour thouses snow foreclosure actlon FLOORS SANDED. REFINISHED with permanent floor finish A new improved method guarantee- Ing satisfaction.—Cowan Building « Supply Co. TWO-BURNER PERFECTION kerosene cook stove for.sale at half Price. Used .less than three months.—Ask Advance. , gtf USE LESS FUEL — INFORMA tion on late Improvements i nome heating may be had by writing Green-colonial, Engineering Dept., Des Moines. FOR SALE — PORTABLE FEED grinder, in good condition and Jn location with business prospects Ben Zaugg, phone Algona 25F11. 18p6 LOVELY HEEL LATCH SHOES— YouVe been reading about them, hearing about them. They combine smartness and comfort. Guaranteed as advertised in Good Housekeep- ng.—Kresensky's. (6) SALE—2 BLACK FACE yearling rama, 2 Shropshire Jamb rt «.-i_i.:-* w «*fcy« Pfone No 2 "a bni°o~^ R eve ^ u ? friendl y amendment to House File voted IP AiSISJ 2F a State tax upon P ers °nal net incomes, and voted AGAINST the passage of the bill. (Pgs. 888 to 838,1. Senator from Polk count y. wea to ^^ . Wilson Against Labor and Iowa Industry Wilson Against Independent Merchant WSJ Wilson For Utilities - c ? an< ? idate wilson voted NO on the Simmer bill ' re cities and towns to own and operate their own telepaonevstem on terms provided for electric utilities in tfaeSiromer jaw Witaon voted NO on Senate File 24, a bill telephone companies to connect with f arm operative lines for long distance service. Cf • J?"i^ was the * utb °r of Senate File 267, a bill authorizins the city erf Des Moines to purchase the then bankrupt StreeT RaUwav company, (Pg. 459, i. S . j. ( Mar . J2, 1936;) ««Jway Wilson On Economy WUson voted AGAINST the Elliot property a 5 * Did WiUo. r«pr*s«t Ql dW hi , the ' IIG INTiRESTS? DEMOCRATIC STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE Kernels ot Sweet on Field Com In Union s Union Twp., O«t. 25—«orn»pick* ing is. under way. While the corn seems dry and shells easily^ some farmers who picked a little early have had trouble, the cobs not being as dry as was believed, fhe yield will be good; the quality, exceptional. In a hybrid field planted In this vicinity ears have been found to be mixed With sweet corn. Kernels here and there are scattered through the ear. The shipment must have been crossed or bank bred In some way. Jlrs. Cook ut Hospital— Mrs. Donald Cook, Algona, formerly Christina Gould, Is at an Algona hospital with recurrence of the eye trouble she suffered a few months ago. The cornea is affected, and the sight of one eye is doubtful. She is under care of Mason City specialist whom she visited Saturday. Infection has set in In both eyes, and she is kept In a darkened room. Treatment Is coming along successfully so far. Merle Strayer Is taking care of the two cook children. Another Krleps Grandson— Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Krleps have received word that another son has been born to their niece, Mrs. Peter Nilles, Remsen. She is the former Olga Krieps, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Krieps, Al- jona, and this is the ninth child— five boys and four girls. I'o Hospital for Eyes— Clifford Etherington operation at Rochester' one day last week, ta ddng well. ' Other Union News. Robert ftyno, Portifiodge, spent Sunday with his and Robert Bode, while his parents went to Spencer to visit Mr. Ryno;e brothers OharieB. and Jerry. Donald Boevers Is picking corn for Louis Bode with Donald's 2-i row Jahn Deere picker, He will • also pick for James Brophy ' Sheridan, small fl on of Mr. and Mrs, Keith Strrfyer, Is sick with intestinal flu. N. J. Krleps has Oliver corn picker. -•- -..ui en horn i,, *" 60lh annivertml l ° c week'from g und nt "« 22? or ' Au ' u »-y >-ipai sppii| (e ,. '' w , ln he serve,! „. bl nlversnry invit,,," 00 ". ril consist,, of vt tlon t *" *O 111 (\1 frt ... ( »£ Guikncci.i.V* 1 O ( 'hoff, M«rc 0 L I l! ''nliio Hmj tll . n new 2-row LotU Creek St. —' 'Mr. ,,M,| M E s;;;t, Mr.^ and Mrs. Henry Kressin, of, Calif., came Sunday to Emil Laatos, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig, Mr. and Mrs ' William Fuerstenau. Mrs.^ Kressin is a sister of Alex Radlg, Mrs'. Laabs and Mrs. Fuerstenau. Kathryn Relsener visited Kathleen Rusch Sunday afternoon. The Jack Dltsworth and family of Algona, spent Sunday afternoon at Arthur Jnckman's. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Letsencr and Mrs. Kahn, of Algona, were Sun-! day afternoon callers at Hugo' Faiilstlch's, and supper guests at I Herman Relsener's. ' The William Rusch Jr. family, Wihittemore, spent Sunday afternoon at Nick Gengler's. Otto Ru'hnke, William Fuerste- Howiljj W |il. mother. K,rly n Downs was not . Ml-R. Jon f'1,,1 * with Mr; ning for held No\ la called on H OSIl D , few dnvs last week with his fath- nau ' and Charles Vigdahl- were ev. William Etherington. His wife, I elected to a committee to attend a the former Nettle Grubb, left Sat-1 budget meeting at 'Lu Verne, No- urday for Iowa City for eye treat- j vember 3. nent. Wilma Etherington, who Mr. and Mrs. William Husch Si- was at her brother's, is also at' Whittemore, visited at Nick Geng- lome now. ler's Sunday. The Hugo Faulstlch family spent Thursday evening at Herman Gade's at Fenton. The Emil Bier- Btedt, Fenton, were also visitors Operation Patient Recovering— 'Mrs. "Frank Crulkshank has re- ;eived word 1 that her brother. Al- , bert Granzow, who had a serious there'. , V ( '^ Mllflci' \Vr.rfl visitors a 1 "-- Jack McKoiiiiii at Llvcnm,™ ;, ,, uel Mr. <iiu] Mrs. M, son Paul, t) f BUM, called Arends' Sunday e «nh? , Mr. and Mrs. ,],,e CM. i 'Mrs. Nick Arndorfer Raskopf and Martin R a to Mason City Monday J. O. Downs. Grahams I BY NOW AT THESE LOW UNDERWEAR VALUES Rapon strip QQ union suits O2fC Women's double stripe unions. Cream tint Tail- to 44 f' "° SleeV6 ' Knee length st y les - Size s 36 Tuck Stitch Pants and Vests 25c * Women's, Misses' Silk and Wool ick Stlfc :s and A 49c Tuck Stitch Pants and Vests Children's Rayon Striped Unions unk l_ 49c Muslin 36-in. Bleached All pun^ose muslin with soft finish. A A* special, yard OC 36-inch 80 Sq. Prints Compare the thread count. A value at this price. 4 0* Yard- \V» Combinets 10 quart size 98c Heavy white enamel body, red trim. Snug fitting lid. Fiesta colors. 4 FOR 69c Fluted design, round shape. Made of quality, semi-porcelain. Printed Hand Towels Fancy all-over patterns. Assorted colors. A special buy for Part Wool Double Blankets Fancy plaid designs. special feature for this event __ $1.37 at A Special Comfort Outing Good heavy weight, 36 ,; inches wide. Priced this ; . ! Men's Rockford Socks Buy your supply at low price. 2 pair for Oil Lamps Complete 98c Table lamps with Scot- Jj e w "oral designs. Red and black colorings. Large size. Decorated Oven Ware New Low Prices Beautiful, practical, oven-proof 7-inch casserole plate to match Three piece '. Women's Rapon Stripe Jersey Bloomers 3Jc Misses' Rayon Stripe Jersey Bloomer» ._. Boys' & MenVHiskiiig Mitts doz. Brushed Wool Sweaters, zipper -•--' % Twenty Piece' Luncheon Sets Regular $3.49 Pour brjl- , liant colors _<^._ T ^ ^ .^othiog has ever been •pitered at anywhere near thie low prfce, colors will " perfectly. Felt base Mats Graham's Low 36?62 inch, now — '27x54 inch, now — 18?36 inch, now —16^*27 inch, now - plate Mnch MMng Bowls inch 8 inch 10

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