The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1934 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 24, 1934
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, May 24, 1934 fpcalfyents Roy Christensen spent the week end in Chicago on a business trip. Mrs. R. H. Miller spent last week with her parents In Estherville. W. B. Quarton was In Garner Monday looking after legal business. R. O. BJustrom went to Des Moines Tuesday to attend a Skelgas convention. Frances Zender was ill and confined to her home a few days last week with throat trouble. Mrs. G. F. Towne and daughters, Bemadlne and Betty Lou, spent Sunday in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trauger and son •w»re guests of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Weaver Sunday at Mason City. Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Sawyer were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Marty at; Minneapolis over the week end. Roland Whit^ of Iowa Falls, student at Cedar Falls college, spent Sunday here with friends and relatives. Lyle E. Reynolds and Chet Williams left Sunday for St. Paul on a buying trip for the Hub clothing store. The Basket grocery has recently installed a large new meat refrigerator back of the regular meat counter. Gall Towne. Hal Cowan and D. W. Andrews went to Cass Lake Sunday where they intend to flsh this week. G. B. Malone and son, Merrill of Colorado Springs came Saturday for a few days' visit with Algona friends. Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Kinsella of Mason City were guests of their daughter, Mrs. Lyle E. Reynolds, Sunday. Mrs. James Orr of Jackson, Minnis here for a two weeks visit at the home of her niece, Mrs. Chas. Nolle. Dr. C. J. Scanlan returned Monday evening from. Sioux City where he had attended a chiropraKors' '/invention since Friday. Marie Arndorfer of St. Benedict is staying at the home of her brother, Julian while slv° is recovering from a severe infection in one of her hands. Mrs. W. P. French and son, Donald, were visitors at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Feldman at Ruthven over the week end. Melzar Faltenhainer, H. M. Smith, Walter Lorenz, Wendell French and Jerry StUlman spent Sunday at the Talkenhalner cobtage at Okoboji fishing. Zora Keith assumed her duties as office girl In Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer's office Monday. She Is taking the place of Lucille Kunz, who resigned her position. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Allen and family of Fort Dodge spent the week end here with the Ifttter's sister, Mrs. Nellie Van Allen. Mrs. Allen visited here again Wednesday. Stella Mac Breen, Irene Vaudt. and Laura Mitchell drove to Osage Sunday to attend the Wa-Tan-Ye convention which was held Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday. Frank and Oleva Matheds of Big Stone City. South Dakota, arrived on Thursday at the home of their mother. Mrk P. J. Orelner. They will leave i.cxt Monday. Dr. C. J. Scanlan of Algona and his •brother. Dr. H. D.. of Sheldon spent Sunday and Monday In Sioux City wlttre they attended a convention of chiropractors. Dick Pool, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Pool, fell Sunday afternoon from the steps at the Lyle Mathes home where he was playing and fractured his right arm. Leo Spilleo was back on regular duty At the Kohlhaas hardware Monday following a t;n day convalescence from the effects of having a badly Impacted wisdom tooth extracted. Gertrude Long. Gertrude Nelson, Ida Halpln, Iln Leffert, MUs Messenger and Miss Krampe drove to Cornell Saturday where they witnessed a Shakespearian play. The group returned on Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs. A. D. Richard motored northeast of Blue Earth. Minn., Sunday to the home of their son, Floyd, and spent the day there. They were Horace Clapsaddle attended a Goodrich dealers' meeting in Spencer last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Grosenbach of Grtn- nell spent the week end with friends and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Lawton of St. Paul, parents of Mrs. P. A. Danson spent the home. week end at the Danson Herbert Champlaln of Chicago returned there Tuesday after spending the week end with his aunt, Mrs. A. C. Willey. Frances Ann Zittrltsch returned to school at St. Cecelia's academy Monday after being absent a week with a light cas? of the measles. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Barnard and daughter were guests of Mrs. Barnard's aunt, Mrs. C. A. Norman at Winnebago, Minn., Sunday. Dr. F. L. Tribon left last Friday for Mountain, Wisconsin, where he will visit his daughter, Mrs. Herman Leeftink, for an ind-sflnite visit. The G. D. Brundage and John Dutton families spent Sunday fishing at High Lake and reported a good sized catch of bullheads. Hoyt Raney, Magnus Lichtcr and Edgar Finnell, students at Iowa State College at Amc-s, spent the week end at their homes here. Miss Margaret Morris, physical training teacher In the public schools, was visited by her mother from Cedar Rapids over tlie w&?k. end.' Mr*. Viola Bishop visited friends in Fort Dodge over the week end. School was out at Lone Rock last week and Mrs. Bishop ended her term Friday. Rcna Wellendorf, who is employed in a restaurant in Chicago, returned there Tuesday evening after visiting her brother, Lloyd and family since Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Helgens and their daughter visited the former's sister, Mrs. T. H. Klrsch. Friday. He was also here and at Lone Rock on business. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oeigel and Mr. and Mrs. August Strom attended tlv? Burt graduation exercises Monday evening. Both couples have nephews in the graduating class. G. B. Malone and son, Merrill of Colorado Springs, Colorado, came here Saturday on a business trip. The Malone family formerly lived here and will be remembered by many. Bobby Godden of Emmetsburg. spent Saturday and Sunday with his cousin. Billy Godden, who ccl-ebrated his birthday Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Godden and family took Bobby back to his home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Crawford and family of Minneapolis visited friends and relatives here over the week end. In honor of their visit, relatives and friends gathered at the State Park on Sunday and enjoyed a picnic dinner. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bllley and three daughters will drive to Ottumwa Sunday where Mrs. Bliley and daughters will visit with her father. Oust Carlson, for a week or ten days. Mr. Bll- If.y will return the following Wednesday. Alice Rist spent the week end visiting In Iowa City. Mary Wlldin called on friends in Algona Tuesday evening. Bob Harrington visited friends in Iowa City over the week end. The Wilson Bakery front has been redecorated during th.? past week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fraser are the parents of a boy born Tuesday morning. Mrs. Paul Fechner of LuVerne visited relatives and old friends Monday. J. D. Lowe spent the week end with his mother in River Falls. Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hintz vlstted the Wm. Tiede horns at LuVerne last- Sunday. R. O. BJustrom and W. J. Slgsbee attended a Skflgas convention in Des Moines Tuesday. Thos. Akre is spending a few days this week at Spirit Lake where he is enjoying the fishing. F. A. M. Frost returned Thursday night after n two weeks visit with old fri-ends at Wirock. Minn. Attorney L. E. Linnan was In Des Moines Wednesday and Thursday of last week on supreme court business. George Godfrey of the agricultural department of Iowa State College, was a visitor in Algona the first of the week. B. E. Hynds caught three pike averaging from one to five pounds in weight while fishing in Clear Lake near Ventura Saturday. HENRY HOECK IS BURIED AT SWEA CITYON FRIDAY Old Friends Pay Respects at Services For Honored Citizen Mrs. Louise Defe of Fort Dodge nnd faced life and dea'ih bravely and calm- Miss Barbara Peffer were over Sunday visitors at their sisters, Mrs. Lena Loss and Princille Loss. Mrs. M. J. Biggins and granddaughter. Mary Catherine, of Fort Dodge vis- fled the labter's father, Marvin Cain, over the week end. Several families of the Trinity Lutheran church attended the mission festival of the Lutheran ' church at Burt last Sunday afternoon. his son. George, M. Moore home. is a brother of ve In DCS Moln- Swea City: Funeral services for Henry Hoeck. prominent citizen of Swea City, were held Friday afternoon at the M. E. church with Rev. G. R. McDowell In charge. Tile church was filled with old friends and associates who came to pay their last respects to this honorable citizen. Henry Hoeck. born in Hessen. Germany July 21, 1862. died May 17. 1934. He came to the United States at the age of 25 and located at Atkins. Iowa. He was married in 1892 to Ellen Beitz and then came to Kossuth county where they have since resided. He is survived by his widow and 6 children. Harley and Elmer of Armstrong, Henry, Jr., at home. Mrs. A. T. Paulson of Armstrong, Mrs. Joe Ooft of Hawfc?ye and Miss Alice at home, one stepdaughter, Mrs. John Schueler of Bancroft and 17 grandchildren. Mr. Hoeck has been 111 since Sept., 1932 and suffered sever-fly at times but accompanied by Mr. Greenfield of Sexton. and Mrs. Dale Anna Cap;slus resigned her position Sunday In the Phil Kohlhaas home where she had worked a number of years and Theresa Miller of St. Joe Is taking her place. Anna has gone to her home In Ottosen. Clerk of Courts, E. J. McEvoy was transacting busln-ess in Swea City. Bancroft, and Armstrong one day last week. He was looking after farms over which he Is acting as receiver. Mrs. UcEvoy accompanied him. Mrs. Walter Good Ls recovering from a serious streptococcus sore throat, which Has kept her confined for several weeks She has been in the hospital the past ten days, but was to return to her home last, evening. Darrell NewvUle left last w<*k for Kenuner, Wyoming, where he has accepted a position in the Wyoming National Forest as a surveyor. He was graduated recently from Iowa State College in the forestry department Theo Hcrbst and Dan Smith spent Sunday with the Roscoe Patches at Miller's Bay hotel, Okoboji. They report a One catch of pickerel and state that Mr Patch had several n<:w boats which added greatly to the pleasure of fishing. Mr and Mrs. Clar-.nce Bowman are the parents of a baby girl born lost week Wednesday morning. The baby weighed seven and one-half pounds and was named Treva Mae. rnc HOW- TO ana have two other daughters and a SOB. Mrs S T. Setley, mother of V. B. Seeley, who has been confined to her bed since January, when she sutterea * stroke Is growing weaker as thv days go on. Mrs. Seeley U 81 years of age-. She la being cared for by her sous wife. Mrs. F. B. Seeley. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Ooeders spent _ the •week end at McGregor in the inUr- «6ts of the Fish and Game Commission. Dr. J. F. Walters, wlio is a. member of the conunission, lives at McGregor. The Goeders also visited the Klein family at Osslai) Mr and Mis. W. A. White were ex- Mrs. J. P. Greeley and daughter, Helen, and James McLucas, all of St. Paul were guests of the former's daughter, Mrs. E. L. DeZellar. The three returned to their homes Monday afternoon. Mr. McLucas is a cousin of Mrs. Dc- Zellar. Dr. H. M. Olson and Richard Coffin were swimming in Clear Lake Sunday near Wellman's Beach when n boy from Clear Lake dived off a dock into two feet of water and brok? his neck. The two helped carry the victim out of the water. Mrs. A. A. Bishop will leave toduy (Thursday) for Louisville, Kentucky. where she will make an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Warran Patterson. Before reluming home, Mrs. Bishop will visit friends In Chicago and also attend the World's Fair. Ruth McMalion. who teaches in Galva. spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. McMahon. Mrs. McMahon brought Ruth home on Saturday on her way here from Storm Lake, where she had visited another daughter, Mrs. Richard Schmltz. Miss Maude McBroom, principal of the elementary school of the State University at Iowa City and Miss Annie Pierce, music supervisor of the elementary school, visited here at the A. A. Bishop horn* Sunday und visited the schools here Monday morning. Mrs. John Frankl and her daughter. Heeln. left Saturday for Silver City. South Dakota, where Uvc-y liave a cottage at a resort. Delia and Harlan Frankl will leave as soon as school is out. Tru four will then tpend the summer there. This will be their ttfth summer sp.'nt at Silver City. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wallace of Hollywood. California, arrived Saturday afternoon for an extended visit with Mrs. W. K. Ferguson and H. E. Rist. Mrs. Wallace is the sister of the latter two J. M. Par: were guests Sunday. Mr.; Mrs. Moore, es. Miss Lizzie Hohn returned Saturday evening after a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hohn. She alfo attended the graduation exercises of her niece. Ella May. Mrs. Harry McCorkle nnd son re- they had spent ten days visiting at fhey had spent ten days visiting at the home of Mrs. McCorkle's sister, Mrs. Hester Young. Rev. and Mrs. M. A. Sjwtrand left Monday afternoon for Dayton to at- tcnd a meeting of the northern district of the Lutheran church. They will return Wednesday afternoon. Clarence Cox. who worked as combination man for the local Bell Telephone Company, has been transferred to Northwood. He left Wednesday night with his wife and they will make their home there from now on. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wegencr attended the confirmation services In the Lutheran church at Fairville last Eun- day. Marjorle Johnson, the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wegener, was one of the members of the confirmation class. Mr. and Mrs. 15. C. McMahon, Lawrence Wlnkel and E. J. McCvoy returned Tuesday night from Cedar Rapids where the men attended the Knights of Columbus state convention as delegates. The group left for Cedar Rapids Sunday morning. Josephine Murtagh began work Wed- ixsday of last week as a stenographer in the office of the collector of internal reveune at DCS Moines. This office Is inthe federal building down town. Josephine has been working as stenographer for her father, E. J. Murtagh. for the past year and is well qualified for the new position. A baby boy, weighing seven pounds, was born to Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hancher Saturday afternoon. The child has been named Lawrence Everett and will be caJIed "Larry." Both mother and ly. Sympathy is extended to the bereaved family. His wife Is an invalid and spends h«r life in a wheel chair. Among the relatives present were: Mr. and Mrs. Joe GofT of Hawkeye, Iowa; Mrs. J. P. Krug, Atkins; Mrs. Ivan Rammelsburg and daughter of Vinton; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hoeck and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoeck of Thorp?, Wisconsin; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hoeck and Wm., Jr., of Bkncroft; Mrs. Augusta Klnney and daughter of Burt; Mrs. Bert Godden of Lone Rock nnd Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Busch of Blue Earth. Minn. Swea City Teachers Reveal Number of Secret Marriages Swea city: At the end of the school >enr. many secret marriages of teachers were announced. The marriage of Viola Hclgason, 4th grade teacher, was announced nt a shower on Tuesday night. She was married July 2, 1932. "to Virgil Blomster. at Winner. South Dakota. Janice Williams, high school principal, announced that she was married October 31. 1931. nt Dakota City. Nebraska, to Wm. Weimer of Ledyard, fon of Lev! Wetmer. A shower was given Miss Barbara Wylnm at the W. G. Smith home and this rumor is that .she was married In July. 1933, at Chicago to Verne Engstrom of Mason City. Miss Ruth Klnseth, 7th grade teacher, has resigned her position on the next year's teaching staff and will join the ranks of matrimony. Trio's Agreement Splits Bank Prize John Dnughan, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Daughan, received the $100 given away at the Call Thentre Bank Night (Tuesday) of this week. John went to the show in company of two other boys. Jack Slreit and Bill Barry. The boys made an agreement between themselves that If any one of them got the monr?y, that person would give each of the other two $10.00. Later that night John and his parents drove around to the Strelt and Barry homes and today one Is richer by $80.00, two by $10.00 each. Next Tuesday night the sum of $25.00 will be given away at the Theatre. 500 Have Paid Old Age Pension Tax County Treasurer M. J. Duffy states that to date about 500 persons have paid their $1.00 old age pension assessment for -this year. The amount is to be paid by each citizen of the United States who resides in Iowa and who Is twenty-one years of age and upward and will be the assessment for the balano; of this year. Thereafter the annual assessment will be $2.00 a year. In evertb that the pension tax is not pnld it becomes a lien on property and tlirec-fourth of one per cent interest per month must be paid. An employer is responsible for the pension tax of any employee who has be<?n in his employ for thirty days or longer, and shall deduct the amount from Ihe employee's check and give him a receipt for the pension tax. The employer is not responsible for the payment of the tax for the members of the employee's family. The pension tax Is payable at the office of the courtly treasurer In the court house, Swea Democrats Held Rally Last Friday Swea City: A pre-prlmary election booster meeting of the Roosevelt club and democrats was held at the P. W. Larson home at Swea City on Friday night. A representation from Grant, Eagle. Swea and Harrison precincts was present. Organization plans were perfected. Luke E. Linnan of Algona. was chairman and E. J. Butler, secretary Other county officials included E. J McEvoy, Maurice McMahon. A peppy and instructive meeting was held. Charged With Lewdness Alan Webster, Wesley, was bound over to the grand Jury on a charge o lewdness in the court of H. B. White Justice, la«t Thursday. He waived i preliminary hearing, nnd bond was flx ed at $300, which was furnished. Th< case Is an nftermath of an affair tha came up some time ago. 'Poppy Day" Saturday; 50 Workers to Serve OrjraniwUion of volunteer workers to Istribute memorial poppies here on Poppy Day", Saturday. May 26th. wos ompleted today. Mrs. Hugh Post, pop>y chairman of Hagg Post No. 90 unit f the American Legion Auxiliary, ,111- icunced. More than 50 will tako pnr' n the "Poppy Day" activities through vhich poppies to be worn in honor of he World War dead, will be offered hroughout the city, Mrs. Post. said. The distribution of popples will be nr-ied out und'-r a systemaHr plan hnt v ill ass"-- tvryom- In the city an opportunity to uroar onf of the IKtlfi r d memorial flowers. Teams of work- ors under captniis have b"i>ii nMittnert to each section of i!v citv. The team captains arc Mrs. Post and Mr? Ro- Innri. All workers dlfttritmllng popples for the Auxiliary will serve without pay or commission, Mrs. Post explained, every penny contributed for the poppies Rolng to the relief of disabled veterans and their families. Notice to Masons There will be a special meeting of Prudence Lodge. Thursday night, May 24th. Work in the Third degree. Come. Just 7 Days Left To Win A FREE PONTIAC on the "If Urocrr CofTro Contest Ask I's For Details Week-end Specials Muffets 2 pkgs. 19c Peanut Butter, 22 oz 25c Bran Flakes, 15 oz. lOc Marskmallows, 1 Ib. 15c Fruit Pectin, 3 oz. __10c Kumford Bak. Pwd. ' 12 oz. can 19c Palmolive Soap, 4 bars 19c Super Suds, reg. pkg 8c Corn, 2 No. 2 cans _19c ; Lima Beans, 2 no. 2s 17c Pork & Beans, 2 tall cans 19c Prepared Spaghetti, 2 No. 300 cans __.17c Tomatoes, 2 No. 2s _-19c Root Beer Extract, Bottle 14c Summer drink, pkg. 5c Brooms 49c Big 4 Soap, 7 bars 19c Morton's Salt, plain or iodized 2 pkgs. 17c (Airplane glider free) MEAT SPECIALS Baby beef roast, Ib. 12^ Beef Boil, 3 Ibs. 25c Chickens, Ib. 15c and 18c Hamburger Ib. lOc Anderson's Rite-Way Food Store Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. We Deliver We Huy Eggs :>4(> Algona, lowji baby doing very well and Mr. Han- Mr Wallace is the of the late Du- pected home last eveaiUB troiu ^ u n iii«<. where they were visiting their C. Max Buck. Uoiued Sunday their former xjy reunion where they Ou their to paid Wallace, pioneer Algona man Both have many friends here. Mrs. Adrian Burmeister returned on Friday from her home in Menominie, Witconsin. after visiting there since the Sunday before. Her sister, Ruby Kraft and friend. Albert Maser. returned with her. Mr Maser went back to Menominie Sunday but Miss Kraft will visit here a week or ten days. Russell Dacken resigned his position at the KirseJi Laundry and left for tlie home of his parents, Mr and Mrs F f. Dacken, near LOIK- Rock Wednesday Russell's place will be taken by ills brother, Verne, who graduated (i-oiii the Lone Rock high school this year Mrs Dacken is u sister of Mrs T H Kirsch. MLS. S E. McMaiion and her granddaughter. Betty Harig, drove to Storm Lake u visit Mrs. McMahon's daughter Mrs. Richard Schmitz. Mrs. C. E. Heist accompanied them and visited her daughter there. Mrs. McMahon. returned Saturday but Betty stayed until Sunday when her parents, Mr. and Mrs Joe Harig, drove there after her. Wm Dooley. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dooley. accompanied by Katiier- ine Welch of JanesvlUe. Wisconsin, and Jim Phillips of Milwaukee, u fraternity brother of Win., speut the week end here with the former's parents. Win. is now located in West Bend, Wisconsin, and is 'the head engineer and chief design-!- of Uve Pick Manufacturing Company, which manufactures acces- cories for cars. cher, who Is manager of the Bell Telephone Company in Algona, states that he Is doing fine also. Elsie Specht is expected home by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Spf-cht, Saturday from Springville, Iowa, where she has been teaching. Miss Specht will visit here a week or ten days and then go to summer school at Cedar Falls. The Spechta also expect a visit from their daughter, Mrs. A. C. Hoerneman and husband of Springville, about the first of June. Rev. C. Paul Carlson returned from St. Paul Saturday night and held services Sunday morning in the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Carlson, who underwent an operation for appendicitis the first of last week, is getting along now as good as could be exp.xted. Rev. ^arisen was accomgpanled here by hLs brother. Clarence, who returned to St. Paul with him Sunday afternoon. Evelyn Tocthinan went to Thompson Saturday evening to attend a shower and wadding dance given for her istei' and husband. Mr and Mi's. Stanley EngeUen by the groom's sister, Mrs Ned Olsen. The newlyweds will be at home at Thompson a/ier June 1st. Tlie n-. w Mi's. Engelsen is the former Myrtle Bates, daughter of Mrs Earl Toothman of Burt Hek-ii Erickson. John Miller and Harold Sabin. <ighth grade students of Miss Mary Wildin teacher of district number live, Cresco township, averaged over ninety i>er cent In the recent 8th examination held in Algona. Th'. se grades entitle the trio to a letter "I" which is to be worn on the sweater. This is considered quite an honor and is an outstanding record for u rural school With the apiM-oach of Decoration Day it is hoped that parents will caution their children against taking tlie flags from soldiers' graves in the cemetery. Last year those who placed the flags had considerable trouble as some of the childr<n picked up the Hags without realizing that they had been placed on tile graves to honor the departed, and several complaints were muck' tha.t not all graves received flags, when in reality every grave was decorated. Mr .and Mrs. Bob Kain and daughter. Alice, returned from De Kalb, Illinois. Sunday evening alter visiting there iince the previous Tuesday. While there. Alice, was made a charter mem- Bartholomew Bros, are installing a new W?ir furnace at the A. L. Lon,j home. Lawrence MLsbnch returned recently from Tucson, Arizona, where he had spent several months. Long's grocery front was repainted last week in green and ivory, making an attractive appearance. Marie Rlchter. nurse at the Kossuth hospital, left Tuesday afternoon tor St. I&n'edict, to care for her grandfather George Perstl, who is seriously ill. Mrs. M. P. Haggard won the- basket of groceries given away last week by Long's grocery. The week before the free groceries were won by June Corey. D. D. Clapsaddle of Algona nnd his granddaughter, Rachel Clapsaddle of Burt leave today for Shabona. Illinois, to visit relatives and friends for a week. Friends of Mrs. Anna J. Stockwell, who .«pent the past few years in A card from her lust that her Upper Hes Beach, will be interested to know that she is In Eagle Grove visiting friends and relatives. week directed Moines should be sent to her there until further notice. The old stone sidewalk in front of the K. D. James, Wehler and Brownell store buildings which are owned by Chester Call of Kansas City underwent iomp improvement the first of .the week when workmen lifted up the big Blabs of stone and reset them, making the walking much beUer. The Bible Searchers class met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Gingrich. Mesdames Mary Beard, Adel Hodges. Doege, Lanning and Dearchs were hostesses. This meeting was postponed one w*ck. Songs of Mother were sung, poems were read »J)d a three act play, "When Mother Stnk«" was presented by some girk. ber of the Pi Kappa DiHa national honorary speech fruleriutv Alice is a graduate of the Northern Illinois Teachers College at De Kaib and IB students of this colHge and ui the De Pauw University of Chicago wen.- wade charter members. Installation wa^ made Wednesday evening of luit week at the s' college ao u i dinner. Watch For Long's Sale Bills Another eopper whistling tea kettle or .square dish pan will he j^iveu away free this week. Ask us for details. If you want ji'ood, fresh, tender meats, we have them. >Strawherries to can SPECIALS Navy Beans, (i pounds JB rooms, eaell Soap Chips, f> II). ho.\ Mother's Coeoa, •2 Ibs. 25c 49c 33c 22c LONG'S Phones 214-liir). Cream Cans 14 qt. 39c Cream Cans 20 qt. 59c Galvanized Boiler 98c Ironing Board __ Ironing Board __ Milk Pails 35c y z pt. Aluminum Cup _9c Soup Ladles 9c Tea Strainers Waldorf Toilet Tissue, 4 rolls Johnson Auto Wax 23c Top Dressing - - - 12c Top Putty 13c Gasket Shellac 3V 2 c Valve Cores, 4 for 9c RAZOR BLADES Blue Bird 5 for 7c Lucky Stroke 5 f or 9c SNOW WHITE TISSUE 2 rolls 9c 10 rolls 39c Camay Soap Baking Chocolate and Fudge Pan, <;:>.- value . Socket Wrench Set __89c Padlocks 19c Soldering Iron Micro Auto Horns _ Lightening B Batteries 45 volt heavy duty __$1.19 Hotel Corner Chipso, 22 oz. 15c

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