Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1939 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 14, 1939
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IY t 14, 1989. KOSStt fltt COUNTYADVANCE. ALQOMA. IOWA [SETTLER PORTLAND IEmB.11 McWhorter, 85, Saturday at lome Here. Ih county lost another l&neer when-" Ellis McWhor- |ttt 4:45 p. m. Saturday at Bfaa hoine. He ha'd been in Health'for a year, but had Hously sick only three or IbWhorter, who was just I; 86, was born February 16, "sMatamora, Ind., and Was i Whlteside county, 111. by ents when they moved to Ijghborhood three years lathe grew up. tere 60 Years Ago. 182, Mr. McWhorter bought |!in Portland township, this I'and settled there In 1883. fried Emma Seeley, a school on June 23, 1886. In 1936 Mre. McWhorter celebrat- Ir golden wedding anniver- §1936. I; 33 years on the farm, Mr. Irs. McWhorter retired to 1 where they, had lived for re. JL916-22 Mr. McWhorter Resident of the County Mule'.was president of the Burt Harry Thilges Has Goiter Operation at Mayo Hospital Harry Thllges, who was operated on at Rochester Friday for removal of Inward goitre, Is making satisfactory recovery, but It Is still uncertain how long he will have to remain at the hoslptal. He ago Angnst Ifuenhold and his son H. F. were at Charles City Thursday on a business mission. 3Irs. A. L. Long got home Sunday from ten days with her moth- was taken there three weeks «.,,« had to have his con- _: up before the operation. Mrs. H. M. Thilges, Harry's mother, Oswald and Roy, brothers, and Mrs. Roy • Thllges drove to Rochester Friday night. They found the roada in good condition, but the temperature was 22 below when they arrived Saturday at 4 er, Mrs. Ruth Jackson, New Hamp- Primghar teacher, 'was the guest of Mrs. Arba Dee Long-Middle- hauff. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foster drove to Prlinghar last week Tuesday evening to attend an operetta which their daughter Mary music teacher there, Ellz- K. P. Norton spent last week, ,. _. _ ,.,, . Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday Presenting. Mrs. Tig White went at Chicago and Kenosha, Wis., on f s far ** Hratley with the Fos- buslness missions. Attorney and Mrs. M. C. McMahon are at DCS Moines today (Tuesday) on business. They will return tomorrow. a. m..Mrs. H. M. Thtlges remained! IV. II. Cninniiiigs, with her mothor-in-laW, who -has was here Thursday boon at Rochester with her band. The others got back Saturday. DCS and hus-; looking after the Cummins late I which he still owns. Moines, Friday, store, ters to visit friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Prew, of Humboldt, are parents' of a 4%-lb. daughter, born.,last week Wednesday. The Prews, who are former Tuesday to care for Mrs*. Greenwood till the latter is better. Mr. Greenwood is county engineer in Fremont county. Mr. and Mrs. Greenwood have no children. The llcv. C. -V. Hillsc, retired, of Kings-ley, near Sioux City, and Mrs. Hulse are wintering this year In Florida. Both are in rather poor health, but able to get about. They are at Ocala, Fla., where the Frank Seeleys, Algona, are also v>-tering. iMr. Hulse has sent to the editor a picture postcard of the Ravine Gardens at Palatka, Fla., iincl wants to know whether Paradise will have anything on Florida, more than that Paradise will be free. He added regards for all "Advansonlans." Des for .Tune Corey, of the Upper Molnes staff, left Saturday i RECALLING THE LUVERNE-BURT FLINT FAMILY Some elderly Lu Verne and Burt Eva Peterson, in bank receiver employ at Rockford, 111., spent Sunday and Monday at her mother 'Mrs. 0. J. Stephenson's. Irina Leu Deal returned Friday from Mitchell, -S. D., where ehe had spent a week with the Rev. and Mrs. Geo. C. Vance. Mrs. H. M. Smith got home last week Wednesday from Chicago, Where she recently had a major operation, ing. She is rapidly recover- Ilclen Knhn got home Monday, after a month's vacation in Ohio. people may be interested in news She is' bookkeeper at the Swift of the Rev. W. II. Flint family. Mr. T-.J , , 1 ™" 1 was • " Verne's Methodist jltnrlal in Portland. feral services were held at 2 o'clock at the Congre- ijtl church, the Rev. D. R. pastor, officiating, and If was made in the Portland flip cemetery. Piall-bearers I six nephewis: Howard, and Kenne'th, sons of Mrs. |-Seeley, whose husband was 2111s McWhorter's brother, llarence, Floyd, and Clifford, If Mrs. Frank Riebhoff, Mrs. Sorter's sister. [['widow, four children, six phildren, one great grand|a_brother, and a sister sur- plant, and her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn. Mrs. Harvey HackbarHi was called to Pomona, Kans., Friday by news that her mother was sick. Mr. Hackbarth drives a truck for the K. & H. oil company. .!. E. Walker, who returned last week Tuesday from Rochester, that territory. Recently he noticed! where he recently had a major op- pastor some 45 years ago,.and he later served at Burt, If memory is not at fault. The Flint twins, Claire and Paul, were active in young people's circles. , , 'Claire now lives at Livingston, Elevator for some years -, l "? lle "° w ' lve9 « ^ivmgston, a stockholder in the Burt Mont., an & is Kiwanis governor in the former Mrs. Will Reed, Al- AlgonUms, have two other children I P.^J 8 ^ Call /",, fo1 ' several^ weeks Lavonne and Sally. Mr. Prew cooked at State's Cafe when Mr. Mathes was owner. Dr. and Mrs. William Scholten, Spirit Lake, with their sons James and Warren, were last week Sunday guests of Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Fox. Mrs. Scholten is the former Florence Danson, Bister of Paul Danson and Mrs. Fox, and Doctor Scholten is a veterinarian. Donald Coulter and Max DoolIt- tie, Webster City, were guests last week'of Wayne Douglas. The visitors were both graduated from high school there last spring and are now attending the Webster PAGBFIVB GILLETTE, 6ILCHRIST WRITE TOWNSENDITfS Letters from Senator Guy M. Gillette and Congressman Fred C. Gllchrlst regarding General Welfare Act H. R. 2, ii Townsend pension bill under consideration at Washington, were read at an officers' and directors' meeting last week Tuesday evening at Mrs. A. M. Anderson's. Official mail was presented from T. E. Stevens, Des Moines, national Townsend representative who spoke at a meeting here four weeks ago. A delegation was appointed to viisit Emmetsburg to Investigate ... . ,, , possibility of a Townsend mass with her aunt, Mrs. T. A. Baughn, meeting there, and an Invitation was extended to Whlttemore peo- City junior college. The Doug- lases formerly lived at Webster City. • Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Grill, south on No. 169, are parents of their first-born, a boy, born last week Monday, weight 7% pounds. The baby has been named Alfred Nich- a picture of Duane E. Dewel, lieutenant governor here, in a Kiwanis publication and wrote to find out whether the Dewefls were the family he once knew. At Lu Verne the Flints and the Pattons were close friends, and Emma L. Patton became Mrs. W. C. Dewel. Claire is married, and he and his wife have an only child, a daughter who" finished a course at the University of Montana and la now a student in Miss Wood's school at clothing store. eration, is much better and Is able to bo up and around the house. Tlie A. M. Andersons recently finished their ice harvest at the soft water pond. They use 70 to 75'tons in a season at their ice cream cottage on west State street. Mr.'and Mrs. H. R, Rosewall, of Blue Earth, with their son Richard, were Sunday guests of Mr. Rosewall's mother, Mrs. Marie Rose- wan. "Katz" still has a men's Minneapolis. Paul lives at Salt Lake City and is in the insurance business. William, eldest of the brothers, lives at Salem, Ore., and Haven .operates a commercial The children are: ,Lewis, printnig shop at Great Falls, Mont. L; Ray, near Burt, who has| Claire has for many years been [children 1 , Joan, Virginia, and ] a director of the Livingston Janice; Vera McWhorter, of "Round-Up" and is active in its and Mrs. Alice White, of management. bgan, 111., whose son Ronald; The boys' father died in 1910, (it Des Moines, while her oth- Donald, lives at Newton, has one child. ilirother, Sister Living. I brother, LeRoy, operates the Grocery on south Minneso- jjreet. Tlie late John E. Meier was another brother, ana Wood, 83-year old sis- do lives at Sterling, 111., was to come for the funeral, aughter Vera'arrived at Fort ; Saturday evening and was here. Mrs. White arrived by |l Sunday morning. |- « _i_". |w Keeps Depot igent on the Job ngton, Feb. 13—William Clay- epot agent here, got stuck day evening before getting 1 Irvington, when he started/ s home at Humboldt. After ing his way out he went on, lie storm continued to rage, it seemed to be growing and he began to worry getting back to his job next ng; so he decided not to wait lornlng, but to return that which he did. He became in, snow again, west of jjton, and finally had to leave ip, riding in with K. P. Roney, vas returning from the Gen- fiospital, Algona, to which he aken Ira Hudson for an em- icy operation. . Sankey Store at Galbraith Sold and -their mother, remembered wherever she lived for her qualities as a "mother" of all young people in her circle, died in 1934. Mother & Daughter Banquet at Fenton is Dated Tomorrow Fenton, Feb. 13—A mother and daughter-banquet sponsored by the Methodist Aid will take place this week "Wednesday night at the church. It will be served at 7 o'clock by the Loyal Sons Sr. S. class. Table decorations and .favors Will be 'in keeping with valentine's day. Mrs: J. G. Watermori, wife of the pastor, will be toastmistress for .the program: Vocal solo, That Wonderful Mother of Mine, Miss Sleichter; vn 1 online recitations,. Ruth Ellen Humphrey and Billy Stoeber; To Our Daughters, Mrs. J. A. Smith; To Our Mothers, Virginia Frank; violin-solo, Miss 'Finn; Address, Memory's Casket, Mrs. W.. R. Schroeder, Emmetsburg. ' :•,; 'Solo, Mother Machree, Mrs. .Ik J. Reed, Algona; play, The Charm"of the Old Album, Gladys Stoeber as Grace, girl of 17; Eva Boettcher as Mrs. Bobbin, • mother; Florence Tatum as Aunt Lucy; Dorthea.Ger- hart as grandma. " -4. Mr.'and Mrs. E. E. Douglas are expected back Wednesday from Chicago and St. Louis, where they have been buying goods for the Cumnilngs store, of which' Mr. Douglas is manager. Mrs. A. E. Krcsenslcy's father, Giles E. Pettigrow, arrived Friday for a week here. He lives at Flandrau, S. D., but had been visiting another daughter at Peoria, 111., and a son at Eldora, Mrs. W. I 1 '. Clow, Coldwater, Mich., arrived last week Monday for a few weeks with her mother, Mrs. Minnie Long. She is the former Gertrude Long, and her husband is an Armour salesman. 3Ir. and Mrs. Bert Cronan and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson were at olas. The mother Elizabeth of Mr. is the daughter and Mrs. Nick gona. Esther Pratt, Marlon Corey.' pic to attend the Algona club's and Elaine Hilsitead took June to Boone, whence she went on by train. The other girls spent the night at Boone with Elaine's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Hilstead, and went to Des Moines next day to visit Mr. and Mrs. William Dailey. Mrs. Baughn's daughter, Zeldn RCGJ, is in Australia, engaged in journalistic work. Mnxino, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Larson, is new stenographer for the Chamber of Commerce, having succeeded Mrs. Lester Kenyon, who resigned a week in Saturday. 1938 from Maxine graduated the Algona high Mason City Sunday, visiting latter's daughter Margaret the a"nd Snow Blocks Union Highways Thursday Union Twp., Feb. 13 — A heavy . . _.. „„ snowfall last Thursday, accompan- ington, Feb 13—Mrs. • Clara led by strong winds, blocked high- Galbraith, has sold her to Mr, and Mrs, Jos. Metille r ill move to Algona March 1. id Mrs, Metille will sell their equipment. They have been ng the Lewis place just west larlea Egel's, It is reported ,Mr. Metille will also be man- of the Run? elevator at Gal- taking the place of the late Sarikey. Mr, and Mrs. Metille jrned Thursday from Illinois, '(a they-had spent a few days business mission. / mbach Boy Again ittlefor His Life ington, Feb. 13— Mr. and Mrs. am Gronbach were notified •day morning that their son i. who has for months' been a at in an Iowa City hospital has had operations for mas- is since being hospitalized, again in critical coudition. ' in the wnter the parents - called to his bedside be-, of a. critical con4Won, but Hied and ha4 apparently been his own tiU recently. ndix Removed After Day of Pain Ingtpn, Feb. 13— Ira Hudson aken to Algona late Thursday ng, and after medical exam- Margaret Bliley. Both girls attend the Hamilton business college. Until McKee, reporter at the Upper Des Moines went to Mason City Thursday to take a position on the Globe-Gazette. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. McKee, former Al- gonians, now live at Mason City. G. M. Howard, John Kohlhaas, and Leo Spilles, local hardware dealers, with David' Beck, hardware salesman, attended a state hardware men's convention'at Des Moines last week Tuesday till Friday. Mrs. H. C. Anderson, with her son Jerry Bob, is spending this week at Crystal Lake with the former's mother,-Mrs. A, O.' Soner- holm, who is recovering from a sinus 'operation performed recently at Iowa City. June, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Strayer, began work 1 one day last week at the Brown Studio. She has just been graduated from the local high school. Her. father is employed at the Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory. County Agent and Mrs. A. L. Brown attended a county agents' district meeting at Clarion Thur-i- had emergeapy operator appendicitis at the Geti- hospital. He had Jjeen in pain all day, and ft grew worse towards night. The dix was found in. bad cgn4i- aud would probably have b f red la a few hours more. thday* of Three l$oniant Observed Feb. I***** recent ft tb$ Cecil Ito0to»iif :W'&~m&fi <f *It t«4 Mr* ways and prevented social activities. Children who attend St. Cecelia's academy were dismissed at 3 p. m. to get home early. Some cars had difficulty Friday morning. With a low -reading of 15 below zero, and roads blocked, children were unable to attend school that day. The Mothers & Daughters club was to have met Thursday with Mary Sarchet, but only pne member arrived. She hasn't admitted answering roll call, but declares that she had lunch. Cong'l Men's Foruni Picks New Officers Glen 6. Buchanan was elected president, Lloyd S, Bohanuou, secretary-treasurer, of the Congregational Men's Forum at a meeting Wednesday evening at the church. Following dinner, the Rev. H. E. Blough/ Humboldt, spoke on Men in the Church. 1 Forty-six men attended the meeting. -*Lu Verne Again HAS Community Weekly After a lapse of some weeks following the death of H. B. Coleman, publisher, the iLu Verne News reappeared last week Wednesday, J, W. Hartinger, former publisher, is editor and business manager, and Fred Schneider, administrator of the Coleman estate, is publisher. Lenertz. The,Grills live on their own farm. Lewis Ferguson and a friend, Robert Dwelle, senior in landscape architecture at Ames, stfent last week-end with the former's mother, Mrs. Hortense Ferguson. Mr. Dwelle's home is at Balboa Heights, Panama, and 1 his father is recreational supervisor in the Canal Zone. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eckberg, of Boone, with their sons Philip and Richard, and Mary Ann McDonald, also of Boone, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Norton. Mr. Eckberg, who travels for the Hewitt Grocery Co., traveled for the same company when he lived here. Mrs. Frank Ostram got home last week t Tuesday from Lyle, Minn, where' she had nursed her grandson, Jimmy Ostrum, a few days "Jimmy" had glandular fever, bul is now much improved. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ostrum, and Edward is in Botsford employ there. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hutchins will leave Sunday for Chicago, where they will attend a national convention of state farm insurance companies which have headquarters at Bloomington, 111. The convention will be in session Monday and' Tuesday, and Mr. an'd Mrs. Hutchins will return Wednesday or Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Everyal Adams are parents of a girl, born Wednesday at the Gerenal hospital, third daughter in the family. Mr. Adams is a salesman for the Kossuth Cowan building supply company, Mrs. Adams was Doris Will before her marriage, and her father, Walter Will, is motion picture operator at the New Call theater. Mr. and Mrs. Chester DeSart had as guests over last week Sunday their parents, Mrs. R. F. DeSart and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Green, of Mason City. Mrs. DeSart's sister, Betty Green, Cedar Falls, was also here. Miss Green is secretary of is to the what the school, In which she took the college preparatory course, with an extra class in typing and shorthand. Theodora, eldest Larson daughter, will be graduated from the nurses training school at St. Luke's hospital, Chicago, in a year. The third daughter, Meredith, is a freshman in high school. Tlie Kcv. F. <J. Yolzkc and J. B. Wheelock attended a men's meeting at the Baptist church at Eagle Grove last night (Monday.) There will be another such meeting at the Swea City Baptist church this evening (Tuesday), and attending from here will be R. G. Richardson, Hiram Bleeker, Ronald Jenkins, James MoMahon, Dr. R. A. Evans, Everett Black, H. N.'Kruse, W. A. White, William Presnell, Orville Elkins, L. W. Keith, Mr. Wheelock, J. A. Freeh, John Jordan, and Mr. Volzke. The Rev. Mr. Ward, Des Moines, will be speaker. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Donovan left last, week Monday for the Coast, expecting -to be back the middle of March. They are visiting a brother of Mrs. Donovan, Ben Knoll, and Mr. Donovan's brother Ray at Santa Ana, Calif. They also expect to meet Mr. Donovan's mother there and thence the group will go to San Francisco to attend the world's fair. From there they will all go to Bellingham, Wash., the elder Mi\s. Donovan's hoine, to visit two other sons, Roy, who is in furniture store employ, and They were able to get homo evening only because snow- IRVINGTON The 3ev, 4. English preached Sunday from John, 15. 4 special church meeting: was held; and Franfc Aaa wa? elects* secretajy- treasurer of the Sunday 9chQfii to . If. B. Wlckwfre, had served many years. The will move March I to a farm near Blmore. tlp» o| «7 The »ot elec tUI ilay, that plows had been at work and the roads were •Jlear. '.• Dorptby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Blinkman, Fairmont, was a guest last week of her aunt, Mrs. John Foth, and grandmother, Mrs, Lenore Peck. She is employed at -Fairmont, but was having a week's vacation. The Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Pfeiffer, Algona, and the Rev. and Mrs. Carl Sinning,' Lone Rock, were six o'clock dinner guests last night (Monday) of the Rev. and Mrs. J. M. Poms, Burt. The three men are Presbyterian pastors. Dr. and Mrs. F, Earl Burgess attended a sub-district ministerial meeting at the Rev. George McDowell's, West Bend, Monday. Other ministers and wives attended from Burt, Good Hope, Lu Verne, Wesley, Titonka, and Algona. Willurd /elgler, Faribault, Minn., spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zeigler. He came with Harley Troutman, who spent the week-end with his family here. Willard and Harley are in the insulation business. Mrs. Alex Denuaud, with her son Leonidas, returned Saturday from a visit with friends at Thompson since Wednesday. While they were gone, Rosetta Barker, employed the Dermand home, visited her parents 1 in Rlver'dale township. Mrs. L. N, Thorpe and her daughter entertained the B. A- Thorpes, Bertha Godfrey, Viola, and. Irene Heller, and Esther Heller, the latter of kedyard, at-Sunday dinner, Esther Heller conducts a beauty shop at Ledyard. Mrs. Craig Smith is a new stenographer at the Liunan & Lynch law offices. She is the former Mary Coriune FJeming, Whittemore, and she bad been working for a at Chicago. Phyllis Parsons is head stenographer -or Liniian & Lynch. N. C. Bice attended a meeting of the Central States Theater C<yp. Thursday at Charles City. Following discussion o. business pertaining to the theaters, there was a luncheon §£ the S.t Charles hotel and' showing of the picture Gungft DJn. R. F. is a retiree Wallace Donovan Alex, a farmer. insurance man. Wesley, another brother, left for the Coast a few weeks ago, anc planned on meeting the Donovans Santa Ana. -*- meeting tonight (Tuesday). An advisory committee chairman 'cportod purchase of 21 Townsend >lan reference books, one for the Mgona library, the others for circulation among business men. The official charter of the club, vhich now has 54 members, was presented by the secretary, Mrs. Vnderson. A letter from the Sarasota Trails amp, Sarasota, Fla., written by Mrs. B. B. Hudson, Albert Lea, and Mrs. George Yaeger, Fenton, vas read. SUNDAY AM) MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19 AND 20 Gayest eyeful—most cheerful earful One you will enjoy. PHw^dfc^N with ELEANOR POWELL ROBERT YOUNG BURNS and ALLEN AN M-G-M PICTURE •^••BB— '•Mice Will Play" — Pathe News on Release Coming Tuesday-Wednesday, Feb. 21-22 GLADYS SWARTHOUT in "Ambush" Plus 3Vew "March of Time" on Release Date "Music Will Tell" — News Most Exquisite, Beer! "The Common," which State Teachers college Memorial Unions are to Iowa City and Ames. Chus. H. Taylor, who has been sick nearly three weeks, is reported gaining slowly but surely. He is now able to be up and around the house, and he had hoped to attend the Kiwanis meeting Thursday, but the extreme cold! and the heavy snow 'made attendance inadvisable. It is not known when he will be able to return to his duties at the Algona lee Cream and Candy Factory. Everett Black, accompanied by Dwairie Lighter and "Bob" Muckey, took the former's brother Robert and J. N. Stephens back to Ames 'college ' Sunday afternoon. Robert and J. N.- had spent the week-end here with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Black and Mr. and Mrs, Leslie Stephens. Everett's sister Ruth was taken "back to Mallard, where she teaches. She had spent the we'ek-end 1 with her parents, Eleven young people, accompanied by (Dr. F, Earl Burgess, attended an Epworth League rally at the Lu Verne Methodist church Sunday afternoon. Mr. Burgess taught a class there on The Principles of the Teachings of Jesus. Algona young people who attended were Andy and Sara Phillips, Clark Orton Jr., Roger Michel, Bob Grooters, Donald Johnson, Ruby Turner, Margaret Miller, Joan Stephenson, Fern Johnson,, and Eleanor Sorensen. Mr. and Mrs, Jos. Bloom, the former of the local Coast-to-Coast store, with Lulu Kohl, clerk, will attend, an • annual .convention of Coast-to-Coast store owners at the Nicolett hotel, Minneapolis, next Monday and Tuesday. The convention this year marks the tenth anniversary of the founding of. Coast" to-Coast stores. The Coast-to- Coast store plan has spread to 13 states, and there are now approximately 240 stores, each individually owned. Mrs, Ann ZittrHscu and, her daughter ,Mrs. Howard Carey, the )atter of East on, Minn., will leave Thursday for Odel, III., to attend celebration of the 60th wedding anniversary of 'Mrs. Zittritsch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Leach.. Mr- 9n4 Mrs. Leach tare both still in good health, though 82 years old. Mr. Leach, retired ten years ago from Standard; Oil em-t p}oy. Mrs. Ztttritsch and her daughter will be In Illinois a week pr ten days.' • * Mrs, BUk GlWwoojL of Tabor, the forjaer Nell Danson, sister of Tullis, Former H. S. . Coach Here, Marries Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Overmye have'received news that Dale Tul lis, who was school coach here some ten years ago, was marrlec last week Sunday to Helen Burke Davenport, home town of both. The ceremony was performed at a .Catholic rectory. The bride was graduated from St. Mary's Academy there, and the bridegroom is a graduate of the Davenport high school and of Coe college. The couple are living at Des Moines. Mr. Tullis is a representative of the Federal Housing administration in Iowa. Pwiwm and jfr*. . ur$sy.n,isttt, but is slowly Jng. She wat feeljttg ! we!l e retired Not Jailed Over Night. In a story last week concerning a charge of theft of a lamb filed against Jos. Koestler it was stated that he spent a night in jail, but this was not'true. Koestler hails from near Titonka, not from near Burt. Tuesday-Wednes., Feb. 14-15 i THUBS. THRU SATURDAY Continuous daily from 1 o'clock. , College Campus life, including Basketball! Higher education mixed with higher romance and thrills! Daily matinee 2 p. in. Sat. continuous from 1 o'clock Is he man or monster! New spine chilling story \ L. & N. SUPPLY co. 12th and Central Sts, Fort Dodge, Iowa Phone Walnut 3461 We Are Ready! FOR PROMPT DELIVERY! Run out of coal right in the middle of this cold spell? Don't worry about shivering through the next few days, because we're prepared to fill your o v d e r immediately! The number is 256— lor extra heat, clean .coal. Peerless "Chemical Processed—at no extra cost. Your family's health depends on it! PEERLESS "CHEMACOL PROCESSED" Botsford Lumber Co* A. & P, PEAS 2 Si, 8 25c PEAS GRAPEFRUIT, TJHS, Seedless, 10 fer The Feb, <*WQJR»»'» Pft?" Plus Hank Luisetti All-American basketball star Also Pete Smith's ««Double Diving" and Edgar Comedy News Outside a man. Inside a monster. Added attractions News and Walt Disney's "The Whalers" Mickey McDonald Coining Sunday and Monday, February 19 and 20— Eleanor Powell, Robert Young, Geo. Burns, and Gracie Allen in "Honolulu." If you have been paying IO C or more for bread you can now SAVE 25 o/ 20- Loaf oz. DOUILI WRAMIO TO HOLD ITi niSHNUS "TOPS" m Flavor, texture and keeping quality. Try Soft Twist today! A. & P. Cracked Wheat BREAD, 2 Ni-oz. loaves — Mild American CHEESE, 2 Ibs. . loiia'COl'OA, 2-11). pkg. _______ A Failure-Proof Biscuit Mis ' j — J- I Is 40-oz. pltg. 29c Daily Kgs Laying 3IABII, 15c 33c 15c 20-oz. pkg. Ann Page Macaroni or SPAGHETTI 7-oz. Ann Page Koodles, ? 4-oz, pkgs, __ Good Taste! Good Now* ishmeut! Gopd Economy! French's Cream C'alad or Hot Dill MUSTARD, O^ IC-oz.'jar ______ OC Itckar—Vigorous and Winej COFFEE, 1'Q/» 1-lb. bag JL*J\t Ited Circle—Rich and Full Kodied •* O _-, COFFEE, Lib. bug _X O C DOG FOOD, 9C/» Red Henrt, S cans _<-/«/-x Sunnyfield FLOUR, &1 ftK 49-lb. bag V*-L •vt* Ann Page Salad DRESSING Makes even your best salads taste better. QUA-im CANNED PEA FEATURE! Full Standard Quality IONAPEAS - 4 S;. 2 25e S-lb, can FRESH FRUITS ASP VEGETABLES! 5Qc

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