Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on January 5, 1939 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 5, 1939
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PAGE TWO KOSSUTH COtlNtY AftVAflCg. ALQONA 6. Secret Marriage Is Told at LuVerne Gathering FLO RAMOS WED TO ALLEN DARBY NOVEMBER 19TH Lone Rock Four-H Girls Elect Leaders, Officers west of town Wednesday evening. Mrs. J. A. Sanftner entertained at one o'clock bridge luncheon last Thursday. Mrs. Jack Halsey has returned to her home at Kansas City, after a visit with her parents,' Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Carlson. Her husband dorve up for her. The annual creamery meeting u .u QV... ..» a—-" — -—, ner name Ttutrsaay evening. At- / will be held Saturday* January 7. T 17 TO,, 9 Announcement Gonl ' loh ' s Prida y- A P° t ' uck I"" 0 ' 1 , 1 i tending: the A. A. Kruegers, Mr. Swea City, Jan. 2—Funeral ser- Free lunch will be served at noon , , f'n«mnTrinerof Flor- |Was servod "<• noon. Mrs. Arend; aud Mrs. Frank Dacken, Verne! vices for the late Glaus Victor and a business meeting will begin f ,?Jt!v nr Mi and Mrs ! Nco ' antl 7"? ? le Sj ed assistant Daciten, Lisbon, and Mrs. Myrle, Johnson, 67, were held at his home n t one p. m. wmi ™ ttnmns Hi Verne to Al-' ^ nder> , and M^ 1 ' '? " an " a was re ' Miiiigan, Muscatine. | two miles north of Swea City last Dencil Stockman-returned to her ) V l™,!r v" O,,H M™ ? A DaV i olect . eJd lend S r> ° Ub °™ c ? ra a ' i Tho Jolm Soncs famil y returned week Monday, the Rev. C. 0. John- work at Stillwater Saturday after Lone Rock, Jan. 2—The county I there. H. D. A., Mrs. Hicks, the 4-H girls, A surprise birthday party was nd thea mothers had an all- given for Mrs. S. M. Gladstone at day get-to-gether nt Mrs. Fred; her home Thursday evening. At- GLAUS JOHNSON, 67, SWEA CITY, BORIED DEC, 26 . len, son of Mr. and M a C A Da Mi . g Ajm F , nig . . vlce , ' Thm . gday to the , home a( . guth . M. re "="• """«'•"";• -; - - • . presmeiu, mrs. -tuia ruus; vice, Tliursclay to their home at Si by, also Lu \erne, at Chicago, on winir ,. oa Plumb; sec retary-treas-1 orlancl, after Christmas at J. November 1!). After the ceiemony _ Dorothy Jousen; reporter,! Blanchard's, Gordon Blanchard .„ the couple spent some time in T , ucillo c.enrich; historian, Helen turned Friday to Waterloo, afte sight seeing at Ltneago. I Mae Haniia. There was a discus- spending the holidays at the par Tho new Mrs. Darby is a _1,)..U, s , 0| , on clla]lglnR lhc name of the ental Blanchard's. graduate of the local high «cnoo , ,,,„,, Uccord Memory boolfs were Lydia Matneaon Bancroft, spen and ever since graduation s e li.ul , n . u]c A clu ,, meetlng wns held fmm Wcdncsdav ovenil , g tm FH been employed at the C 01 nei Etoic Siltul . day afternoon at Flaig's, day with Dorothy McClish. The and in the postoftice. Mi Da, 1 > s w , lfin M ,. s Neelnnd , Mrs . HlckS| R(lymond Ppiebe8 Fenton) spon associated with his liithei at ia.m-, Ma ,. y Ann pla - ig| Lucille G enrich,' from Wednesday night till Satur ing north ot town. and Marian Jensen made out the day at Arthur Priebe's The announcement ™s a com- year's program. j Verne Dacken, Lisbon, and Mrs plele surprise to ma ly e 1. tivcs Millignn, Muscatine, spent a who gathered at the a.ei,IK-, Other Lone Bock. ! few days lnat week at F^W mus home a week ago Satuuiay ; Mr , im] Mvs _ H A Blanohard en's. evening Allowing a <™*"»™ entertained at dinner Thursday ev- MM. Caroline Ackarman anc program. After sif^had been dw- p ,, ing tho rhostel . AlmeS) M ,._ nnd Mrs- B , Ackarmnn Burt spen tnbutod from a family C. i istraas MrR Dona , d Blnnchavd> Gordon Thursday at Frank Flaig's tree, a miniature ™ ldl »B belj.Blanchard, of Olin, and Florence 'Charles Zoller, Bricelyn, Minn ™ ( ! ° r,v K( ±S an rVnnonn'cement i!. 0 "^ 111 . 81 '-. " um !! 0 ! d . t J . wh ° » 8 *J>^ !ast ^. ^" Mr. and Mrs LEDYAfiD H, [tint; ut ^vivi j/«i-'^i mi", v..*. ..,---..> j 10USOMO I a cleverly worded announcement S j )end j ng a two was given to each guest. I The remainder of the evening was spent, informally, and on the following day dinner was served in honor of the ncwlyweds at the home of the bride's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ratlins. TlH'oloiry Student. Visits IIon. 1 — Clarence, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson, was a holiday guest at home. He has been attending the Boston university school of theology since September 1. Of this school the present pastor of the Methodist church here, and .Mr*. Harvey, and a former pastor, the Rev. V. V. Schuldt, now of Garner, are graduates. Clarence took advantage of u chance to ride to Des Moines with friends, and he also went backe«'ith them, meeting them at DCH Monies Friday morning. Tlie young man is a graduate of tlie local high school and Morningside college. He was graduated at Morningsdie in liiUl. and lie has earned most of tlie expense of his out of town schooling by working in restaurants. He is taking a three-year seminary course. weeks vacation Frederick Schultz. Ledyard. Jan. 2 — The high school | alumni had their eleventh annual i and her son Kermit spent the Christmas holidays at the pnrenta Oliver Marquis's. Walter Ruhn ke, Eldora, who had spent sev oral days with his sister, Mrs. Maltha Gable, has gone home. Mrs. F. G. Junkermeier went to the George Meyers home at Lakotr Wednesday for a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kroner ar parents of a son, born last weel Monday at the Kossuth hospital. •*• homecoming the schoolhouse last week Monday night, but because of bad weather only 16 attended. At a business meeting officers were elected: Tilmer Halverson, president; Doris Welfare, vice; Cleo Gable, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Arthur Zielske, Putu- wiz reporter. The retiring officers were: Wilson Brack, president; Doris Welfare, vice; Luetha Gelhaus, secretary-treasurer. 73 Humboldt !•'. IS. Women A lunclieon.menu featured an all day meeting of tlie Farm Bureau Willing Workers Thursday at Mrs. E. C. Dilmering's, south of Lu Verne. The menu consisted of chili con corne, fruit and vegetable .«al- ad, chce.se torte, whole wheat, sandwiches, and tea. and was designed for the making and using of cheese in the home. A lesson on making butter was also given. The group includes the women of DisUs. G, S, !) and in Humboldt township, and is under direction of Mrs. W. B. Murray, Mrs. Guy Tniuwr, and ---• — Mrs. J. Kisch. Because of a storm ' companied ^ far as Des Moines, ..,. ... ., where she dionf r y Mimics in Sloliday Christmas dinner guests at H. D. Mayne's were the Roscoe ------ — — -•• »..«»...^ Maynes. Armstrong; the Raymond Iol ' mi2r Irvington residents. Mr and Mrs Cal- Paul . who has to use a cane ii -- ..-.,!!.-,•„.. because of arthritis, re Irvington, Jan. 2 — A recent let ter from Mrs. Rowena Bedell Vavra, Cedar Rapids, brings muol nc'.vs of the Bedell families, al Hartshorns and e!) Hartshorn, Swea City; the Jos. Maynus, the Alfred Zielskes, the Lawrence Maynes, the Frank Kel- ley.s, Mr. and Mrs. Delmer >\nder- son; Kdith Logan, Cedar Rapids; Kvelyn Mayno, Mason City; and James Logan, Algona. M'ioiiiers Away for Christmas— The William Wiemers drove to walkin cently had an appendicitis opera lion. Bert Bedell, father of Row ena and Paul, is in fairly good health. He teaches a bible clash in a Methodist Sunday school. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bedell, Pipestone, Minn., are spending ! tor in California. the win- „ c ,u,r.o u.uvu LU , Fl- ank Bedell, of Minneapolis Redding for Christmas at the par- bl ' ot ' her ot ' Jesse and Bert, recently ental Williams home, and Mrs '• died from after-effects of a brokei ' hip which he suffered some time L. W. Wiemer accompanied them us far as Ankeny, where she spent I Christmas with Doctor and Mrs. in an auto accident. i i in ionium " ILU jjuuiur anu iurs. ,,. . ,, Anderson. Murial Reece also ac- • - llls - sl( '"«O' Society Meets ilil iT. (J. J.X1.T(_, 11. l.J(Jl_f I Hot tJl (I S I U I III -.-.u*«*u«j there were only six members in at- wllei ' e Kllc spent Christmas with tendance. The next meeting will be at Mrs. 0. S. Alexander's February !), and the lesson will be on "The Place of Soup in the Home." Party Celebrates Uirthdays— Birthdays of two former mem- relatives. The Missionary society met Friday at the church here, and Pastoi English led devotions. Mrs. K. P Rouey had charge of the study Kiiriil School (Jives Program— : lomcs ' which were Iran, Syria, and Cleo Gable, who teaches a rural '• Mcs °l )O tamia and The Inter-Mouu- school, presented a Christmas pro-! tu . in Area - Ro11 call was answered gram Thursday night. Pupils gave ! wUh scl '>Pture verses containing recitations, sang songs, and acted , word l )eac e. Taking part on Illd ire. .! ,, rl ,1 «„!.„,„•..__ nil. _ i til 6 iGSSOll \VPl*£t TVTl'S PnlltrQll TVT-^r. beivs of the Comrades class of the i plays and Pantomines. The pro- ; „ , , ., - ,- -—• —•••Evangelical Sunday school were i » ram Wi 's completed with the ap-! " olt ! nd ^.' Mrs - A , sa - Mrs observed at a surnrise nai-tv nt.! 1'oarance of Santa. j Mane Wiener, and Mr. 1 i the lesson were Mrs. Colwell, Mrs T " ;. Zink —, — English The January meeting will be a: - ., .,.„,,.-.,_ Mrs - L - E - Colwell's, and roll cal Mae Woito.'studeiiVat West'ern" Un-i Tne William Wiemers have mov- Wl!1 be answered with scripture ion college, LeMars, whose birth-' ed into tho M '' s - L. W. Wiemer verses containing the word love. home, and the Harold Granners „ ,, . . ,~ . Honey-Schiclitl Cousin lletires— Elmer Clapp, Boone, who was an employe on the Northwestern railroad many years, has been re- I tired on pension, and he and his observed at a surprise party at Mrs. Woito's last week Tuesday ev- j ., . ening. The honorees were Elinor! Sl ' rit ' s "' F «'"H.v Moves— 'rn Un ' William Wipmnvs limr birth day was that day, and Wilma Mer- • -•-- »»-«- kle, who since graduation from a' ! have tho house the William Wie- Mi-nneapolis business college, has' mers vacated. Mrs. Harriet Matz- had a clerical position with a firm! e 'ier has the house where the Gran- in that city. Her birthday was on J " er!i were "ving. Wednesday. The evening was spent! : wife are spending the winter in :e evening was spent! ,„ . ... at games, and the girls received j ' 1 '" r( ' 1 ' ''•%'""" and Tree— ; ""r,"' 0 ai '=" u '"s ll "° w "«er ir ..i-i- -.1 .- i.-.. I Hie Methodists had their annual' Lalir P rllla with Mr. Clapp's sisters 'lll-istmn c- iit.^(r,.«,,, „ 1. I Mamie Howeth. nnrl nnt-frnHn T?V,n,. ?ifts. Miss Merkle returned to her work that, night. Chrucli Officers Are The annua.l business meeting the Evangelical church was Christmas program a week ago ' Mamie Howeth, and Gertrude Eber Saturday night. Recitations and-i sole " Elmer . Mamie, and Gertrude songs by all S. S. classes made up • ' e children of the late J. B. Clapp ol - tlie program, and Santa arrived to : 01 'Sanzier of the Presbyteriar w < pass around gifts stacked high ! ? nurch at Algona. They are cousins of Mrs. M. L. Roney and Mrs Nina Schichtl here. held 1 nass al 'ound gifts Friday, following noon dinner at al ' ou »d a tree, the community hall. Mrs. William' .i............... - Wll T~,r Woit,, was re-elected trustee for) {"" '" , ^° J "!'f" 11 Alsi(> - tlirce years; George Merkle, class , f 1 '' and , Ml>s ' Wlllia m Tren'_.. leader; F. C. Fritxemeier, assis- eU ". w fj ago Friday for Indiana taut; Luella Blumer, pianis,; Mrs. '°' Ule holldays wlth relatives. Max Patterson, assistant. Sunday I ,- - j . , Mr ' attA , Mrs ' wllltam Tren'ary < "f'stmas Program is Given- 1 A Q ' —' ™" ' ' Other Ledynril News. A Sunday school Christmas pro gram was presented before an audience which filled the church the evening of December 23. It con school officers are Florence superintendent• Father Merkle ' '" u mm '- v scnroeuers were i a '* iKU 01 welcome exercise; assistant; Elmer Merkle " score": lmslnlas dinnre guests at the par-1 Duane Riley; invocation, Pastoi kle. treasured A1-! e ." 1 ^. ^'l?™ h £ me at Swea City. English;_J O y; to the World, Harry Schroeders were ! sis ted of welcome exercise; solo by tary; Fred Merkle, treasurer; ice Merkle and Bes.sie pianists. , congre- Sfhmiflr I At the Albert Barnes llorae wel ' e Kation ! Bethlehem Lullaby, Elnora '• " UL '.the Krnest Jorgensons, Elmore; i Alb ertha, and William Boldridge;' I the Jerry Barnes family, of Blue ! Pageant, There Was One Who Gave Toobcys in l-'ainilv (iaflicrlnt;— i Kal ' tn: William Barnes and Opal,' a L amb, primary department. Mr. and Mrs. D. c Toohev Ind'',- 0 S| llear Klmoi ' e - At Al'bertj u.,.,,.,.,. , ITI ,7.. all of the children at ome ^ r i ^™'nersmelei-s were the John ! htt '] ke > ' s U lcB ™ I'utient- 101 Maniheis, Mrs. Fred Busch ihpi . J ' Sanke > r . who has been the Christmas holidav F-inces l ;" a " Ulels - Ml-s - F ''ed Busch, the j "' J : °»"*ey, wno lias been a ' Vli nos-'i NVarren »» d J- A- Lloyds, and the patleiu at llhe Kossuth hospital !«i,i T) ,i i Alvin Busch family. i lwo weeks, may be brought home Vevada; De Mi,. jack^'S' AnloldrPa^: i ^«» Du.c h f.^ •ind Vernou, Lu Verne. K*.\AZ%?u*?' A. Plngle were' S °?"' He has ulcers of l "e stom «nnc,io „(> M.»i apn and was a patient at a Des Kruso's children and VernonN flin-'l n , lma * dlllllcl> « uests of the ?." ana . w « a , Patient at a Des :ly were also gues.s. Orv H ,a .! Pl ^ Loofts - S^ea City. The Hen-; ± "* i , 1 » al , ? week before his ily were also quests. Orvillo Hamilton, Arnold* Park, who was en route to Clarion 10 visit hi.s own people, was also i-hero last week Monday. Tlie Tooheys and the Hamiltons are former neighbors near Spencer. ... t ,j j unvjn v-Jij. lilt; J"lcll~ i — .. w-» *j*,t.\ji v; 11, ry Fryes spent the day with rela- ! removil1 to the Kossuth hospital. Major Saul Speaker Hero— A noon luncheon was served at the community hall Wednesday for • Moulton." Evelyn Blemed't 0 'sTt"! h -v Brou » .° r ,'^erdale farmers Arlene Berhow, Buffoluif •»«?»,..' I !:.t,\ e ^^ alllz ^ a . cal ' d cl «b, and it and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Algona. The Glen Yalmkes were *„«** I ""!!?„ " ehrendB e » te «ained Friday day of Christmas ahnkes •he business and professionaTpeo-i next duv i town, with an attendance ! Buffalo were guests the parental, Center, and ; Skin Patient to Ilosiiital— L U ..4i, 'iimtiiiaiLciiumictJ!., J.- — --..I.M.* u <-notiiio LIIUI e. 1 lit) i "uaoui.il llOSpltal r TluflV 30. Practically every business I Ala nin Gables were Christmas din-1 He has a skin infection 1 ])l*f>ff»SNirvn llnl-a iiro d nnmm nn ., i 11GI' iiUGSt R n t fJnru'Or/i TJn,.+ l A I™ I _ — " were dinner guests Donald Hill ar was taken to'the Jensens there. The Kossuth hospital Friday morning L'Ovn Phi'it.*-™~r, .):„ ! 1-Tn U~r. „ ™i...- . » . . J "luiiiijig. •ind profession here was represent:d. Major Saul, secretary of Algo- •ia Chamber of Commerce, spoke m Our C'ivic Problems. At anothei •ueeting at the same place talks will be given on civic problems and projects, and there will be a round table discussion. !'Iub Party for Husbands— A New Year's party given annually by the J. j. clu'b for the msbands took place Friday even- ng at the Community hall, 24 per- •ons attending, and the evening vas spent at bridge. Mrs. Edward ^ehnert was high scorer for the vomen; Duane Neal, for the men; •nd Cecil Williams received a •ame prize. The club will meet his week Friday with Mrs. Archie lanford. 'i'wo Lu Verne Women Patients— B^I^l 1 ? 11 ..^ 110111 ? 80 ? to a pa- hospital, at major op- ner Dakota. guests at George Heetland's I • ova City, following two major op- was a Chrlati .ratlona ait a Fort Dodge hospital. ] Frltzemeler'a. Mrs. Hazel Jenks, Cedar Falls, Mrs. Louise Mertz, who had been keeping house for B. F. Burtis was taken to Iowa City Wednesday for treatment. Other Lu Verne. Fred Potter, Flasher, N. D., Mrs George Stoddard, Renwick, and Phillis Stoddard, Shannon City were guesits at the William Bigings home last week Monday. Mi- Potter is spending the rest of the winter with his sister, Mrs Stor- dard. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen are spending the holidays at their daughter Mrs. Marguerite Smith's at Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Murray, Des Moines, made a holiday visit at the parental William Murray's. Arthur Satre, Rockiford, 111., was a Chrlatmae visitor at F. C. the Other Irvington. Mrs. Nina Schichtl went to e Jos. Wilhelmi home, Bancroft, fc* Christmas day and visited there till ast week Friday, when she returned to M. L. Honey's. Her left inin y? WaS recent 'y Painfully injured in a washing machine wringer, is slowly recovering p Loflng - Mason Christmas week with her e parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. McLean going home last Thursday and taking with her the daughter Jean who is spending the winter here Jean was to spend a few days with her mother. Mrs. Edward Blanchard returned to her home here at Christmas time, after having spent several day s with, relatives at Lone Rock She recently g WY e birth to a «U1- bo ™ s » at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Paul Cameron, De» MoIneV spent the Christmas vacation WiTh her parente, Mr. and Mr«/I " Johnson. j son in charge. Born In Smaland, Sweden, April 3, 1871, Mr. Johnson came to this country when he was 20. In 1895 he was married to Ellen, daughter of the late Ludwig Anderson, Swea City. Besides the widow and daughter, Mrs. Guy Bone, Swea City, there Is a granddaughter, Marlene Bone. There are three brothers: Frank 0. Johnson, Swea City; Gust and Axel, botih | of Sweden. Another brother, Charles, died a year ago. Among out-of-town relatives who came for the funeral were the Harold Johnsons, Tltonka, and the Buell Johnsons, Buffalo Center. Former Resident Prlze-Wlnner — The Iowa Library Quarterly for January carried an announcement of interest to Swea Cityans concerning Hazel Webster Byrnes, wife of F. L. Byrnes, former superintendent of schools here. Mrs. Byrnes, now librarian at the North .Dakota staite teachers college, lately won $150 for can -essay on The Value of the New York Times as a Research Index. The Byrnes fam- 1 a month here, helping her mother at Rachel's Cafe. William Sanders Sr., went to Iowa City Friday for treatment at the university / hospital.' The Luther League held Its annual watch party at the hall Saturday night. NEW ORLEANS FOOD GREASY, COFFEE NODDY Otherwise Algonians at Big F. B. Meet Had Good Time. . ily lived here from 1917 until 1922,1 County Agent and Mrs. A. L. arid Mrs. Byrnes, who was promi-j Brown and County Farm Bu- 1 nent in club work, held offices in re au Secretary and Mrs. Wayne ! various organizations. Shortly af- Keith got home Sunday from'' New! tor tho family wont to North Da-|0 1>Ie « ns . where they -attended a' kota she was elected president of national Farm Bureau convention j that state's W. C. T. U. Petersons Host at. Party— The Monford Petersons entertained out of town relatives and which was in session December 12-15. More than 1000 delegates attended, including 134 from Iowa. One of the most interesting foa-: tures of the program was a four- friends Thursday evening at 600. way discussion of important prob- Tho guests included Mrs. Peter- loms of the day. Henry I. Harrison's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert man, former president of the IT. Kressin, Lone Rock; her sisters, S. Chamber of Commerce, gave the I Eleavtora Pompe, Waterloo, and industrial slant; Charlton Ogburn. Mathilda Kressin, primary teach-, New York, the labor viewpoint; I er at Lake Mills; Gladys Saunders,'and Clifford 0. Gregory, of Dos I first-grade teacher at Waterloo; Moines, associate publisher ofi Esther Smith, vocal music instruc- Wallaces' Farmer, the agricultural i tor at Corwitih; Mons Olson, Lake side. ' Mills; and Allan Erickson, Arm-; Mayor LaGmmlia Speaks. strong. High scroe was won by, , P , , ,,. . Miss Smith, and Miss Kressin was • rn 'L - hendhner in this discussion low i was l 'iorello H. LaGuardia, mayo;:o( New York City, who spoke for LOUR Drive in Itlmard— | tlle consuming public and urged Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Seylor and the' that a11 foui ' units—industry, la-' Arlo Carters, Fairmont, got home bo1 '' agricultural, and the public- last week Monday from Christmas must cooperate, suggesting that with the otiher Seylor children, 1 " 16 Farm Bureau urge the presi- •., John and Winnie, at Chicago. They dent to work ou t a definite plan , drove back in the post-Christmas a £reeable to all four, instead of j blizzard. Mary Seylor, another leavln S each group to go its own : ' daughter, who has a beauty shop way> | at Manchester, accompanied her _ | I Bl '°wns and tho KeiUis | I/. A. Anderson is Bead— L. A. Anderson, aged Swea City- an, parents on the return trip for a' were £nvay two weeks, and they few days here. ,made the 3000-mile trip in the • Keith car. They went down via! Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Tenn— .„„,*, t(t ,^ u »^>vca v^iiy- essee, Lreorgia, and Mississipi)i died early last Wednesday at and came home via Louisiana Ar-' the Kossuth hospital, and the body kansas, and Missouri, was brought to the Curtis funeral j 1{ »<1 Food, Muddy Coffee. hmoe here. When this mention Mr - Brown found food served in was written arrangements for bur- Louisiana top greasy. "Every time ° lal were being held up pending * ordered meat," he said, "it came ! word from relatives at a distance, dressed up in some sauce, such as i Mr. Anderson had no relatives here, garlic^ and onions. I like mine ' Herald Takes a Vacation- straight!" The coffee' was like „,. „ ,.. " I i "° wunee was 11K6 1 he Swea City Herald is taking,"110 good." Others who have visit- New Year's week off for repaint- ed New Orleans could have Told ing and re-arranging the office and Mr. Brown to ask for coffel "no shop Tlie linotype has been mov-jthern style." oThenv se the d "ink ed into the mam workroom. will be "mud." Jfeon Lights for Theater— J -' M -''- £rown__ reported the weather Mrs. Elfreda Leland has installed a new neon-lighted canopy for the front of the Iowa theatre. Gtiier Swea City. Mr. and Mrs, Roy Pehrson entertained at 500 at their hnmo iim.th_ „ „ 4 ^ t ,^i u»_.u. LllC WtJIiLIiei down there "moderately mild." It .eft the temperature was chilly a t only 40. When it is hot there it is also unbearably "muggy," because there TRADE IN YOUR OLD TIRES ON ROAD-GRIPPING Pullmores LOWER PRICES THAN EVER BEFORE ON PULLI MORES - THE ORIG. INAL MUD, SAND AND ', SNOW T!RE. YOUR OLD TIRES," REGARDLESS OF THEIR CONDITION, ARE WORTH MONEY DUR. IN© THIS SALE. The Pullmore tire is the original and only tire which does not require chains in snow, sand mud or ram. The tapered knobs clean themselves with every revolution of the wheel. Bring In Your Old Tirci and You Only Have to Pay These LOW PRICES 4.75.5.QP/19 5.25/17 5.50/17 6.00 16 6.50 16 , ^_ • .• . • i Joe Bloom FOSTER'S Every piece of furniture on our floors and in our warehouse has a slashed price tag- for this sale event. You couldn't find a more advantageous time to buy quality furniture for your home. SEW STYLES, .NEW COVERS, AT JANUARY SALE PRICES $187.50 two-piece Smite, Moluiir cover $112.00 Sin25.00 two'.picce Suite, Strea.'Mohair cover _$105.()0 Sji^S.rjO tv/o-iMcco Suite, Velvet cover $79.00 $l:i.(>ti two-pjec« Suite, Velvet cover $62.00 2 01)1) DAVENPORTS ONE-THIRD OFF edroom MANY STYLES TO SELECT FROM— «UY FOR MARCH 1st !J2 5 ;!! 0 /"P Iece lnatche<1 Walnut Suite $79.00 *Jo r t" P ! CCe f aterfa11 Front Walnut Suite __$73.00 |(,».50 4-ptoee Waterfall Front Walnut Suite $52.50 ?!?'?J fc?T J- npIc , Mirror Wftlnut Suite --*55.oo »«>7.50 Triple Mirror Walnut Suite $43.00 Dining Room Suites Suite _.__. --------669.50 8-plece Walnut Suite Wo.OO 6-plcco Walnut DInnet DInnette 00 ,00 RUGS! RUGS/ Mattress Special $89.50 Pnlraer Comfort Inner Spring Mattress $29.50 $88.75 Davenport Inner Spring Mattress $22.50 $20.50 Osterinoor— ' Inner Spring Mattress $19,50 $19,50 Inner Spring Jtattress Buy delivery. ^ Lmmt tion m Northern Iowa, l.JU,,^

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