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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 8, 1934
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The AJgona Upper Des Koines, Algdna» Iowa, Maron 8 f 1934 Farwen Parties Honor Mrs. Jackman— Mrs. Pata Trauger and Mrs. Rober Larson were joint hostesses Tuesday a a luncheon-bridge party given in hon. or of MM. Kmmett Jackman, who. her husband, moved to Whittemore on Sunday, first prize was awarded to Mrs. A. A. Lyon, second to Mrs. H. L Hoenk, and Mrs. Jackman received a guest prtoe. Mrs, Russell Wearer of Mason City was an out of town guest. A one o'clock luncheon was given Wednesday fa honor of Mr*. Jacktnan tty M». H. L. Hoenk: Contract bridge •was played during the afternoon with Mrs. Ruasell Weaver of Mason City, •winning the high score prize. Mrs. Robert Larson received second prize and . * guest price was awarded to Mrs Jaekman. Regular f. t. A. Meeting— The regular monthly meeting of the P. T. A. Was held last Monday evenfng at the high school Delegates were chosen to attend the district meeting at Port Dodge March 16th and are as follows: Mrs. B. P. Richardson, Miss HatUe Wilson, and Rev. Hueser. Mrs. A. A. Bishop u-as chosin aft alleiira- tive delegate for President Mrs. D. D. Memlux. On the program music was furnished by a group of high school girls under ttoe direction of D. Wayne R. Collins. A review was also given of the work done by the various study groups and talks were given on the subject of The Visiting Teacher W. C. T. tii Annul Gnest Day— The annual guest day which is also the regular meeting of the W. O. T. U wm be AeM with Mrs. Jessie Dalne 011 Wee s. ; McGregor street, Tuesday March iftfc. A very intererttag pro£" m «|J2 £2? P** 00 ** Attorney H W. Miller wm explain the liquor con tool bUTand Mrs. A. B. Michel wi sing several The first caapte of the hew study book. Alcohol Bduca tion. wm be wtewed. Win each one Please bring a gift or cash offering to be donated to the baaaar to be held in Dee KOtne* Jtr?tfae raising of state funds. Bbttdar Anniversary— Mrs. Russefl MaxweU was surprised on her birthday Monday evening when a group of twelve couples gathered at Jher tome. Guesto played bridge during the evening and allowing that a luncheon was served by Mrs. Ed Oen- rich and Mrs. Carl Walker. D. A. R. Regular Meeting— The D. A. R. will meet for their regular meeting at 2:15 Tuesday, March 13th, at the Library. Mrs. Wattle Fal- kenhalner, Mrs. Carrie Bourne and Mrs. Trilla Patterson will be the hostesses. The program will be a lecture by Dr. Wm. Baddeley of LuVerne on Pottery attd Ohinaware, Every member 1 may bring two guests, also a piece of pottery or ohlnaware for inspection I* A. Entertain Gaed Hope Ladle*— The Ladles Aid of the Methodist church entertained the ladles of the Good Hope Ladies' Aid last Thursday at a one o'clock luncheon at the church. About one hundred fifty ladles were present. Mrs. Gordon Kuhn had charge of the entertainment for the ladles. The St. Patrick color scheme and idea was carried out in the decorations, lunch and program. Delphian Meeting Wednesday— Delphtans met last Wednesday af- ernoon with Mrs. F. C. Scanlan, Mrs. M. J. Strelt and Mrs. D. D. Paxson n charge of the program. Books which were discussed were Burns Mantle's Best Plays of 1932-33, Men in White and Days Without End. The next meet- ng will be tm Wednesday afternoon, ilarch 14th at the home of Mrs. L. G. Baker. Bridge Clrtb alt Chrtschflles Home- Mrs. T. H. Chrtschilles was hostess to the twelve members of her bridge dub last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Melxar Falkenhainer received the high score Kossuth Brides MI2S.OQAN ! HUDSON Of 6UR.T Mr. and Mrs. Henry Franzcn of Tl- onka recently announced the marriage f their daughter, Alice, to Herman Llmberg of Woden. The wedding rites ook place at the Immanuel Lutheran church near Tltonka, with Rev. A. Kilan officiating. They will make their ome near Woden. In the lower picture is Mrs. Oran Hudson, formerly Elsie Egel of Irving ton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charle Egel. The groom is a son of Mr. i YOUNG SWEA CfTY COUPLEMARRIED March 1 Annual Moving Day in. North Kossuth Community Swea City: Miss Ruth Anderson was married Monday, Feb. 26, to Harold Ohristengen At Blue Earth, Minn., by Rev. R. Kennedy, the Baptist pastor. Attendants were her sister. Miss Edna Anderson and Russell Byers. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anderson, pioneer residents of this community. Mr. chrtstensen is the son of S. Chrtstensen wf Jewell, Iowa, and for the past 8 years he clerked at the R. A. Bravender clothing store, until a year ago he took over the management of the Swea City Service station. IRVINCrTON H£WS The George Noons of Bradgate visited Sunday with Mrs. Rate Ohflton. The Friendly Hour club of RIverdale township will m*et UHs week Wednesday at the Peter Ralsrud home. Clarence Mawdsley is . laying new was Mrs. Don Billiard of Flandreau. | South Dakota, who is visiting Mrs. A. j E. Kresensky. Baptist Loyal Ctaai— They will live near Burt. I School of BHtraitfSan Held— A very beneficial school of instruction The Baptist Loyal Class will meet I of the O. E. 8. WM held tat Wednesday Thursday, March 8th, at the church, [by Mrs. Laura Lent of Mason City, in- This meeting is in honor of the older strnctor of District No. 11. In the even- members, Mesdames Raney, Helgens, Ing a special meeting was held to put RawBon, Presnell, Bates and Miss In-1 en the workv Many distinguished vis- gersoll. Roll call win be answered by liters were present, among them Ex- the names of the magazine each one Gov. Hammin from Britt, Most Wor- likes best. Jackmans at Farewell Party— thy Grand Patron of the O. E. a; Mrs. Maude Bowers, from Orient, Iowa, Worthy Grand Matron-of O, E. S. of Iowa; A farewell party was given Thursday **"• John Hsunmill' from Britt, Past, evening In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Em-1 worthy Grand Matron of Iowa; Mrs, mett Jaekman by Mr. and Mrs. Vincent I J*"™ Lenz - Mason City, instructor of JOelnpeter. Bridge w»s played at three I Dlrtrict No - "and our own, Mrs, tables and Mrs. A. A. Lyon received igh prize. A farewell gift was presented to the Jackmans. Chubb, Present Grand Elect*. „ O. E. S. when Mrs. Hrummin was Worthy Grand Matron. Many visiting Worthy Matrons and Patrons were pro**W«»^^ I ZS^*£3S^^EfrES to Oregon Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bishop left this week for Sftlent, Oregon, where they will operate a truck farm. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bishop entertained at a 6 o'clock dinner in their honor Tuesday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McAnlnch and Olive, Mr. and Mrs A. M. McAnlnch and Pearl, Mr. an Mrs. S. V. Carter, Miss Elna Berg, Mr and Mrs. E. E. Thompson, Lionel Thompson and Mr and Mrs. Detune Thompson and son. Moving Day Again March 1st was annual moving da here. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Pehrson mcrvwl to their old farm in Swea town ship. Earl Preston moved to the C M. Christensen fairo, and Henry Me Oregor moved to the fa*m vacated by J. E. Young, who left two weeks ago for Wisconsin. Arthur Anderson mov ed from near Lakotfi to his own farm that he purchased from Olaf Pearson, The Mandua Lloyd family moved to Delevan. Minn.. The Peter Loofts moved into the town residence vacated by the Peru-sons. .The'Christ Beck family lave moved M the Mrs. Anna Griffith ami hi Grant. on Call Theatre Algona, Iowa Wed.-Thurs.-Fri.. March 7-8-9 Greta Garbo John Gilbert In "QUEEN CHRISTINA" A Classic. Saturday, March 10 DOUBLE FEATURE ( Buck Jones In "THE THRILL HUNTER" Start where you left off In "King Kon»" Thrilling. Wolf Dog Serial Scrappy Sunday, Monday, March 11-12 Big Three Way Show Vltaphone Musical Gorgeous Girt JOII»M M. ICHINCK """""BENNETT DAJttn P.'zANUCK Four Eaton Boys Korma Terriss In "Around the Clock" New Mews. Mickey Mouse Tuesday, March 13 Bank Deposit Night Aline MacMahon Frank McHugh * Mtk csKtwnr ncruM *•< w*4 tW» UNHID AtntTl Glenda Farrell in 'HEAT LIGHTNING New—Just released. Comedy, "Three Little Sunday and Monday, March 18-19 On the Stage Vaudeville "The Reardon Suter*" On the Screen One of the best in months nOVARRO CDOtlALD PIIIDDLB _ Buffalo Center, West Tltonka. Armstrong. All thirteen different chapters were represented. After the meeting a short program I was given and numbers were rendered by the Masonic male quartet, Donald | Hutchlns sang several solos and a trio made up of Mart McCall, harp, Glen J Raney, violin and Raymond Norton, 'clarinet, played. After tie program light refreshments were served in the dining room. Auxiliary Meeting Friday— The American Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion Hall Friday night with forty-five present. National Community Service day, March nth, will be Library day and the local unit voted to give a good book for children, to the public library. Plans were also made to send glffe to the veteran* hospital at KhoxvUle for their carnival. The following program under the direction of Mrs; E. R. Morrison was given: piano solo by Miss Helen Heuaer, Community Service Work of the Local Unit by Mrs. A. H. Stock, Community Work 'to be Done by the Auxiliary by Mrs. H. E Woodward of Whittemore and a vocal solo by Mrs. Theo. Herbs*. After lunch, bridge was played with first prize going to Mrs. Ray Stone of Lu- Verne and second to Mrs. John Dutton. Joint Birthday Celebration— Andrew Peterson and E. P. Keith celebrated their 83rd and 81st birthdays respectively, Tuesday and in honor of the occasion Mrs, Peterson entertained them at a one o'clock turkey dih* ner that day. Other guest* preaS* were Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Hoemer, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Young. Mrs. Jessie Dal- zlel, Mrs. Flora Gabriel, Henry W.Ada- worth and J. 8. Crowell. For a great many years these two weU known Algona men have celebrated their birthdays together. . ; . • Entertain Husband* Thursday— The eight members of a bridge dub entertained their husbands Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Nichols. Bridge was played at lour table* and first family prise went to Mr. and Mrs. Al Amunsen. Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton received the second family prise. My. and Mrs. W. O. Irelan were guesta of the dub. A delicious luncheon brought by the eight ladles was served later. Win Celebrate Golden Wedding- Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Simmons of this city will observe their fiftieth wedding anniversary Sunday. March llth, and will have open house at their home at C20 South Jonea street between 1:30 and 5:00 that afternonon. Friends who wlah to call are invited. Thimble Club Meet*— Mrs. Al Spongberg entertained the twelve members of the Thimble dub Monday afternoon at her home. Members each brought their own sewing with which they spent the afternoon. A delightful lunch was served later. Idle Hoar Bridge ClBb— The Idle Hour bridge dub was entertained Tuesday at a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. G. D. Stokes. Bridge WM played during the afternoon with Mrs. E. W. Lueby receiving the travel prize. Boat and HMtesa to Clafc— Mr. and Mrs. Glen Roland were ho»c and hostess to their bridge dub latt Wednesday evening. First price went to Mrs. Wuiard Ringgeoberg and Roy Bjustrom. Mr. Rlnggeuberg received the travel prize. Attend l<nc«>cop at Leac Rock— Mesdame* Opal Morrison. Lyle Mathes. Lyle Piujh and H. L. McCorkle attended a one o'clock luncheon Saturday given by Mr*. W. J. Cotton. GuesU enjoyed bridge following the luncheon. The creico Embroidery dub will meet Wednesday, March 14, at the home of Mr*. Ben Terhune in Irvington. Tbe program will begin at two o'clock. School Election Monday School election will take place _„ March 13. Nomination papers filed to ate are Anil Larson, c. J. Apptoquist, tatfid. .Anderson, Arthur Holcomb, J. Arnold, Clarence Johnson. The town election will be held March 26, when a mayor, five coundlmen, one assessor one treasurer will be elected. Present town officials are J. M. Dye, mayor; Fred Seylar, Fred Peterson, A. J. Christensen, P. J. Helkcn, L. C. Knutson. councilmen. Mrs. Clare Erickson, assessor, and J. ,J: Anderson, treasurer. Mrs. Frank Thomson and daughter, June and Miss Genevteve Knutson spent the week end with Burton Thorn. son, Who is a student at Iowa State College at Ames. Mefdames F. Peterson, C. F. Berggren, P. J. Reiken were hostesses at the Baptist Guild Friday. Mrs. J. M. Dye was lesson leader and Mrs. Andrew Btrg was In charge of the lesson topic. Auto Fire in Early ^ Morn Does Damage Visitors at the Oeorge Lee home, floors in his tenant house, "the walls and woodwork will also receive new paint Adolph Killian moved recently from the Wesley neighborhood to the capi- tola Sample farm. W. P. Johnson of Bancroft noted March 1st to the David Blythe hone in Irvington. Mr Johnson is employed at present in th Call State Park. The A. A. Graham family moved this week, from the Crowell eighty on the Airline to a house just south of the fair grounds. The Grahams have rented the Dan Long land for the coming season and Mr. Graham will be associated with ids son, Robert in farming. Several in •this community have been sufferng wth a severe cold, little Doris Applegftte. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Victor Apategate has been at the home of her. grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Potter, while recuperating and the little Stiltz baby is reported better at this writing. Five new students enrolled Monday at the Irvington school, four from the Cleo Black family on the old Butterfield farm and Beverly Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, W. P. Johnson, tenants of the Blythe residence. There are now thirty-eight pupils atendlng school here. Guests at the Clarence Mawdsley home over last week end were Mrs. Mawdsley's mother, Mm. W. H. Weller of Reinbeck, Mrs. John Welter and son, Duane, » sister-in-law of Mrs. Mawdsley and Miss Annabelle Tomltn- sdrt of Traer, a friend. They arrived Saturday and returned home late Sunday. . Eva Kraeht spent Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. John Campbell. Mrs. Sheldon Merrill was on the sick list the last part of last week. Mrs. J. J. Drtnan was a Sunday dinner ftnest at the Loren Byers home. Mrs. Harley Hoeck and M». Helen Sharp were callers to Algona Thursday. Alice Lenihan is visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs. C. O. Johnson at Haifa, Mrs. Morie Berven and son of Haifa spent Thursday at the carl Peterson .home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Dorston spent Thursday at the Cart Peterson hone. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Denton are spending a few days at the Sheldon Merrill home. Mr. and Airs. Don Turner of Curlew were Saturday visitors at ttie John Saunders home. Mr .and Mrs. Frank Campbell of Hebron, Illinois, spent Saturday at the R. J. Campbell home. NT. and Mr*. A. T. Pwrtsmi and family spent Monday evening at the R. J. Campbell home. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Saunders and back with h«m to Chicago. Mrs. B. It. Gardner accompanied them. She will stay until spring work begins. Gloria Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Anderson and Carol. daughter of Ray Anderson of 8we« Ctty visited A few days wtth their grandparents, the A. B. Saunders. Mr and Mrs. Wallace McArthur of Kobarton, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Dutton and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Date of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Campbell of .Hebron, Illinois, and Mr. and Mr*. Bd Campbell were Sunday (gutter guests at the R. J. Campbell home. Those who have moved the 1st of March are as follows: J. B. Young- to Wisconsin; Henry McGregor on ttM Young farm; John Saunders on the* farm west of Seneca, known aa th* Anderson farm; Dettman Nelson on the George Jente farm; George the Walter Jentx farm near Fenton; Frank Meyera of Lotta Creek on the Mino Behrenda farm; Mlno Behrtnrts moved to Fenton; Charles Lotue on a 'arm northwest of Swea City; Charles Howfc to Spirit Lake; Bmil Elmers of Fenton mow<} on the farm which WM occupied by Charles Hawks. beside the house, suffered some MBS at 6 .a, m. yesterday morning, when the inside of their automobile was discovered to be •fflW-They .wot* planning on leaving ywterday morning for Nebraska, and the rear of , the -ear waa loaded with quite a blVeTctothlng and other similar gooda.|<- T Glrl-Frienda dot*-. Alice Pajtae entertained the mem- MM A* *!. _. ^^t«.JI •• * _•_ . • . . . TIT. bers of the 1 OUJ-Prtends club last Monday evi home. Afterabusl- sodal hour a WM served. delt- Woman's dob Meets— dub wlU meet at the library Friday (aftwmbon at three o'clock. A book review will be given by Mrs. George St. John. Roll call is to be answered with current events. Tbe Centenary Sunday Kphop} daw will hold Its regular monthly meeting next Monday night at the church. A 0:90 gupptr will be *erv«d New peaj Bridge Valeria MCkett wms\ hostess to t.H* New Deal bridge dob which meets every two week*, on Sunday afternoon First prise went, to Stella ward. Evelyn Smith was K gnert of the club. Wowen's ForeJm MlMiMary Society- Members of the Women's Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist church will meet with Mrs. O. V. Rulse Thursday afternoon. 'Ttols will be a Founders' Day meetta*. -r--,»»-^_^ L. O. A. Bake Sale S^tanUy— The L. O. A. class of the Congregational Sunday School will hold a bake sale at Anderson's meat market Saturday. March 10th, starting at 10 a. m. Chester Schoby is possibly the busiest man in southern Kossi4|t MBJbe-te the official corn sealer for<ORimM*le. Sherman and Garfleld townships.. To date Cheater has sealed about ; 600,000 biwhels of corn which represents ap- ffoxlmately two hundred and fifty arms. The townships comprise some of owa's most fertile farm tends and includes many of Kossutti's larger farms. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Johnson will move his week to the 80 acre farm east of Leslie Jenkins. George will have the use of the bufldlngt and the pasture, the farm land being rented by Joe Aman. The Johnsons were delayed 1th their moving due to the severe llness of their son, Leroy, who has ieen suffering three weeks with intestinal flu. There are also two daughters In the Johnson family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dttsworth entertained Friday, March 3, at a twelve o'clqck, birthday dinner. honoring their friend, Jake Maasdam. Other guests who enjoyed the courtesy were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs. Rome RobUon and son. Donald, Mrs Burbank and daughter Edna Belle, and Arthur Maasdam, son of Mr. Maasdam. The day was spent informally. Mr. Maasdam Is one of Irvington's prominent farmers and may he enjoy many more such merry occasions. Mr. and Mrs. will Parsons of Belmond, Mrs: Rachael Shackleford and Ute SXtttta Been of Altona, Mr. and 8 Mrs, Ralph Parson and family of Burt •! and Miss. Eunice Thompson of Lu- Verne were, all Sunday visitors at the Maurice Parson home. The occasion way made happy by the celebrating of Will Parton's sixty-fourth birthday. Mr. Parson WM born on the old Parson homestead south'of IrVlngton, a son of one of rrvmgton's pioneers. Mrs. Shackleford is »«toter of the Parson 1 on birthday the trio always Teatlve get-together. Mrs. M. E. Blanchard honor. i, Edward, Jr., and grand- Blanchard, con of Edward, Bernard Oenrtch and Tommy their daughter, Julia, were in Algona Wednesday on business. Donald Wllberg. small son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wllberg has been ser- ously ill the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Worden and son. Harvey of Ledyard, spent Saturday at the C. E. Campben hone. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck and family were Sunday visitors at the G. Kueck home at Good Hope. Mrs. Clem Dotson, and Mrs. Smith Denton and daughter, Bessie, spent Friday at the Sheldon Merrin home. A surprise patty was held at the Wm. Johns home Friday evening in honor f their 2Sta wedding anniversary. Ole Johanson motoTM to Sherbum, Minn., Monday where be will accompany Art Spear to Duluth on business. Mrs. J. D. Pedetsou and son. Leonard and Mrs. Harry Nelson of RingsUd visited at the John Sa'in-terj home on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ole O&tadahl and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Roun and family visited at the Carl Peterson home Sunday evening- A surprise party was held at the Tom St. John home Friday evening. Dancing furnished the entertainment. A good tune was enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Omle Behrends. Jr., and daughter were Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs. Behrends parents, the Orie Hulbert home south of Lone Rock. George Anderson came one day last week to take M* wife, Mr». MARCH The first month ••- of spring is here—so is your HAT $3.50 Gets the smartest style. Misbach ClotbingCo. Algona, Iowa. also Long, other grandchildren from Loan Rock, at a birthday dinner last Saturday noon. All the birthdays occurred during the prerioua week. Mrs. Mary Oenrtch and Mrs. Ruth Krueger accompanied their children for the day. Other guests at the BUnchard home for Uie party were Mr. and Mrs. Wai. Blanchard and son of Humboldt on Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. George Klenk, Mrs. Reynolds and daughter Florence of Tltonka called and on Friday the Blanohard'a daughter*, Mr*. Zunkel and Thompson of Lone Rock were the our taken care of at once. Our stock of Heating, plumbing, Sheet Metal material and Pumps make this possible. Holtzbauer Tin Shop 117 S. Dodge phone 83 Public Sale Saturday, March 10, at 1:00 P. M. Sharp Biddle Sale Pavilion, Phone 79, Algona We are listing stuff every day and will not ghre a complete list for this sale, but we have the beat offering of furniture tfcat w* ban offered at any time, to be (old at public auction or privaw •*!«. On our Saturday sale we will tell our usual amount of live stock oon- alsting of honec, cattle, brood sows and other feeding hogs. FARM MACHINESY—Ten bushel red medium clover sent to Amea and teated. Power take-off for Ford or Cfaevrokt, hay rack and wagon, triple box and wagon, gang plows, 2 double row corn plow*, one a McOnrmick-Deering. almost new, the otter a John Deere, 3 Hayea corn planters, 2 four section harrows, 1 with flexible lever, almost new. and cart, single row plow, 1 Winchester repeatinc 13 (page shot gun, 2 electric motors, % h. p., 1 Beatrice, separator with motor. PUKNITUXJE—2 Monarch ranges, oil and «a* stove*, baby beds, baby buggte*. ice boxe*. washing machinal, electric and power, 1 tent 10x13, 3 pianos, round and square table*, dining room chain, dbwt of drawer*, library tables, new linoleum and everything that gpw wttto housekMcantf. TW» la the largest aarigament, of furniture we have had this year. Bring what you have to sell Mid be on hand to buy what you want -Ouh. Mb property to bt> removed for. C. O. Riddle, Auctioneer Bate pnttM M* •( O. * N. W. dsftt S U*t property with Jen* Biddle at th* OoryeU Oil BtoUoo, RUMM n. or uitttanur. am mmmm»mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmumummmmmm eaaoaa New Beauty Awaits You where she studied permanent waving, balr cutting and facial work. Wont you call her at 803 for an ftppointment.- Marigold Beauty & Cos. Shoppe Kroehler Living Room Suites See This Beautiful Suite in Our Store Today The nationally famous Kroehfer Living Boom Suite line is now a part of this fine stock. Big new shipment just in with covers, colors and a price to suit everyone. Our delivery truck has been kept busy the past two weeks in which time we have delivered more than a car load of fine furniture to the homes of Kossuth and adjoining counties. Carload buying—Low Overhead and a price that makes things move keep everyone busy at RICHARDSON'S FURNITURE COMPANY Where Furniture Sfllla for Lew

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