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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, July 12, 1934 FOR A LONG STAY IN FRANCE H. J. Braleys Go East to see 1 Their Daughter Off—A Delightful Trip Wesley: Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley and Ethel returned to their home nt Westey Saturday noon following a 3 090 mile trip which took them to Annapolis, Maryland, and buck, where they visited their daughter, Mrs. Albert J. M'jmrrm and family, before their departure for France on Juy 4th The Mumma family left New York on the S. S. Washington and expect to live with a French family until October 1st, learning <the language. At that time Mr. Mumma will enter a naval engineering school in Paris for an ad- of Titonka, Higo of Buffalo Center, and Tabe of Lakota, and three sisters, Mrs. Michael Winter (Minnie). Mrs. Earl Goodnow (Maggie), both of Mason City, and Mrs. Andrew Janstn (Johanna) of Lakota. The Lotus family lived here In the early twenties and operated the Wesley hotel. KOSSUTH FARMS AND FOLKS Louis Smith and Edward Alien, Fte*^ Representatives demy at Annapolis. Th/ey report, the Mumma family as being well and happy. Mr. and Mrs. Braley and Ethel left With Dr. Alson Braley and wife from luwa City Sunday morning, reaching Annapolis Monday night. Their trip to the east coast was a rather hurried drive, but they took time to notice the beautiful scenery as they drove along. The towns out east, many of them, are long villages consisting of but one long ctreet several miles long some times with business houses and residences, all hugging this one long main street. These were found particularly in Ohio. Pennsylvania and Maryland. Upon their return home they drove the width of New York state to Niagrara Palls, which they viewed from both the Canadian and American side at night. This presented a wonderful picture, it being lighted especially for tourists. A day was spent at Mount Vernon, the home estate of George Washington, The Braleys visited Washington, D. C. including Capitol Building, General tiee's home in Arlington Park, Smith- Eonian Institute, Baltimore, Maryland. and a goodly share of other historical clttes of the east. Ool Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis greeted them as the first exhibit at the Smithsonian Institute. Another interesting exhibit was the dlspay of past presidents' wives' Inaugural costumes from the first of Martha Washington down to Mrs.-Calvin Coolldge. The Mrs. McKinley gown was voted the most gorgeous and extravagant, with many others rating nearly ES highly. At Evanston, 111., the Braleys visited Col. and Mrs. M. C Mumma, parents of Albert J. Mumma, and before their departure for Iowa, spent a few hours viewing the Worlds Pair In Chicago. The trip was one of great joy and pelasure, and will be long remembered as one of their best and most Interesting jaunts. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wellik nnd son. Leo were gu?st.K Sunday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Fra'nk Wenik, Sr., at Duncan. Supt. K. R. Rowley who Is attending summer school at the Iowa State College nt Ames, spent the week end here with his family. Dr. K. J. Ferguson of Cedar Rapids spent from the Fourth until Sunday here with his family at the home of her mother. Mrs. Jacob Johnson. Miss Irene Sherman, office employee buildings at St. few days' vaca- parents, Mr. and state Paul, is spending Mrs. C. J. Sherman. Rev. Bemsten and Marion Paulsen were expected home the middle of this week from Paynesville, Minn., where they went a we?k ago Monday to assist in the conducting of revival meetings. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tupper and son. Richard of Fa.irmont, Minn., were ov- (By Ltmte B. Smith) ] G. Welhons<TJ, who is one of the corn and hog committee men of o\rr county was in the bam milking the other .evening when I stopped there. George has a fine herd of high grade Guernsey Battle of which they ire milking fourteen it the present time, mt expect to be milk- Ing about, twenty by fall. Mr. Welhous- sn called my attention to an article in one of the county papers referring to the corn and hog sign up dates in the townships of the county. These dales are nearly all wrong and Mr. Wel- housen advises that you eo by the date* set on the official card that you have, or will receive in the near future. —o— Kobus Tjaden, who lives a few miles north of Titonka and is one «f our long time subscribers was eating supper the other evening when I stopped there for a little Information and as there were several calls to be made yet that evening I didn't have time for much of a visit. —o— Stopped in at the Hclmers Bros. (By Edward Allen) G. R, Smith, living a few miles north east of Llv-;rmore working several hundred acre?, is quite busy these days. He works three hundred and twenty acres, where lie lives, nnd wo hundred and forty north of Hanna. He ai-n has n coupl: hundred ncros of pa-'ture ncnr Goldfield ard of course handles lot; of livestock. er the week end guests at the home of i farm which is about a mile east of her former school mate, Mrs. P. C. I the German Valley store and found the boys hauling cobs lo dry storage. They had shelled over 3700 bushels of corn for which Mr. Helmers said they received 50 cents per bushel. Not a bad price compared to a ye n r or so ago. Tonne Lakota Woman Dead Friends here of the Mrs. Tabe Loats family were saddened a fortnight ago to hear of the death of her daughter, Myrtle, Mrs. Ernest Wortman, at Lakota on Thursday, June 28th. Mrs. Wortman was 31 years old at the time of her death which was caused from Addison's disease, a rare illness which affects the organs directly above the kidneys. Funeral services were held at the Lakota Presbyterian church Saturday afternoon. She leaves besides her husband, a son, Morris Allen, three years old, her mother and st.;p-fother, C. K. Rippentrop, three brothers, Tom Water Heaters Coal, Gasoline or Oil Complete Service in Repairing or Installation of Plambin;;, Heating or Sheet Metal is possible with our stock Also Pump Work Holtzbauer Tin Shop Phone B3 117 S. Dodrje Haynes. Mrs. Tupper was the former Miss Gusta Miller." The Woman's Foreign Missionary society met at the church parlors Friday afternoon with Mrs. Theron Hanson as hostess. Mrs. Hanson led in devotions after which Mrs. I. C. McNulty took charge of the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Smith are the parents of a baby boy born to them Monday night of last week. Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. Pear] Robson McMahon is at the Smith home caring for mother and little son. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison drove to N-=w Providence Saturday night to enjoy a week end visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. Margaret Lawler. Sunday also happened to be Mrs Hutchison's birthday anniversary. Kenneth Roblson who has served a year doing work for the CCC returned to his home on Friday, June 29th, but left Tuesday for ca'adonia, Minn., to spend the Fourth and a few days longer visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Will Henderson and two sons, Jimmie and Billie, and her sister, Mrs. Roy Dobbe and husband drove to Lincoln, Nebraska, Saturday evening to spend Sunday visiting in the home of relatives. The Methodist Ladies' Aid ice cream social scheduled for Saturday night was postponed until this week Saturday night. The ladies still plan home made io? cream and delicious home made cakes, and everybody is invited. Grandma Haverly, the J. L. Haverly, H-enry Haverly, K. J. Ferguson and Jack Studer families all met at the pleasant, farm home of the Alf Studers southwest of town the day of the Fourth where their annual picnic dinner and get-together was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Wilcox and Robert and Mr. and Mrs. Walter I?onath, ail of Waterloo, spent the 4th of July holiday here visiting in the home of their father, Charles Roblson. A son and brother, Clare Robison and family of Ledyard also were guests at the Robison home over the 4th. Mrs. Bertha Looft, Margaret. Grnce and Johnette, left Friday morning for Chicago to wher-? Grace returned to her duties as a secretary following her two weeks' annual vacation spent with home folks. Mrs .Looft and her daughters expected to view the Century of Progress Exposition before their return home in another week. The Royal Neighbor lodge children's picnic was held this week Tuesday afternoon at the Call State Park at Al- gonn. All met at the hall nt two o'clock with baskets well packed with .sandwiches and lots of o:li:r goodies. Algona 4-H Calf Club Enjoys Outing at Lake Members of the Alpona 4-H calf club went, to Lcs Island Friday and sty-rd until Sundny. During Hint time they cn.ioyed swimming nnd fishinp. Chester Benson, cow tester. Mr. nnd Mrs. Marlon Semite. club npent. ncrom- pnnied the following: members: Donald Orton. OHIO Orton, Algon. Rex Taylor, Peyton. Mitch Taylor. Sexton. Verle Patterson, Frank Schoby, John Miller. Paul Miller. Earl Zeieler. Wnyne Zcie- ler. Eldon Shnw. Floyd Bode, Roland B?de. Jprdel Dnllos. Dunne Klein, nil of Aleonn. Arnold Dreyer of Wliittr- morr, Everett Black of Alsrona and Wayno Bair of The calf club met Saturday. .Tune 2?rd. with Chester Schobv. A demon- 1 (ration was pivcn by Hi? TWO Tficlcr boys on how to take care of and feed Jake Wagens who lives a little southwest of th* German Valley store, was churning butter the other afternoon when I stopped there and as the butter was forming quickly Mr. Wagers was in fine humor and had time lor a short conference which turned out satisfactory to all conosrned. —o— T. ILoats, -who lives about a mile west and a little south of German Valley, was fixing up his mower in preparation to cutting a field of mixed hay when I stopped there the oth»r day. Answering my inquiry as to whether he would get much hay he said he had a lot of ground to cover but that he didn't expect to get many loatfc. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anderson who live in Swea City are one of our oldest subscribers; in either sense of the word you take it, as Mr. Anderson has been a regular subscriber to our paper for almost sixty years and is one of the first., if not the first, living pioneer settler of Kossuth county. Mr. Anderson said he Is going to sit down one of these days and write a short biography of incidents that have happened to himself and other people in the county in the earlier days. He will send us a copy of his story to to* published in our paper and I am sure that all the members of the large family of The Algona Upper Des Moines will rts- pect and appreciate the outline .of history by Uncle Norman. \VMle working; In the Whiltemorr territory the other day I ran arross Ed Mosbach It had b:en a Ion? time Fince we had met—some twenty years. I found Ed mowing weeds around the place. He said everything was going fine when he didn't hit a slump. —o— And there is Pete Schumacher running the Diamond Service Station in Whittemore. Pete is on-: of thote guys who give service with a smile. —o— Henry Ostwald farms about three miles northeast of Whittemore. Henry had just been homing in the garden the day I called, so it looks lihe he keeps after the weeds. He has a nicr- plaoe, well located. _o— When I called at the Peter Elhert home they were just getting the binder out and ready for business- Peter thinks the oats are not so heavy but will take quite a little twine at that, on account of some having more or less grass mixed in. Well, I take It everyone scejned to get over the Big Fourth O. K. as all s--.em to be on the job again. Everyone seems to appreciate the rains we have been having. Dreyer and Schoby High in Cow Game A. A. Dreyer of Lotts Creek has high herd and C. R. Schoby, south of Algona, high cow in June, according to the report made public by Chester Benson, tester for the Kossuth No. 1 Cow Tes:ing Ass'n. Seventeen herds were tested in June with an average per cow of 586 pounds of milk and 2.1 pounds of butterfat for the month This is a decrease of 111 pounds of milk and 2.4 pounds of butterfat under May. The following is the average milk and butterfat producton of the six high n cnlf and Eldon Shnw gave a demonstration on how to blanket n calf, hnlcl end lead it. The boys were then informed on the judeine of cows. Ic cream and cake were served later. Garry Behrends. yon of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ornie Behrends. Sr., had his ton- Mis removrd Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen nnd th-'ir children visited at the Otto R. Jensen home ]nst Tuesday evening. July 13. T'.-.ose who have seen them consider these pictures among the be't nnd most interesting that he has ,-hown. A free will offering will be taken in defray expenses. G-x-d Hope Sunday School went on their annum picnic to Interlnken on :>d were supper gu-.sts at trie Ralph Campbell home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck, Ruby, Melvin and Betty wrre Friday afternoon callers at the G. Knock home at Good Hnne. Mr. nnd Mrs. Miles Otto nnd their daughter. Lfrraine of Adams. Minn., called nt the Henry Kueck home Snt- J hundred nn.Mvering roll call a;, the call for dinner. A full day was spent in the water, at the skating rink and boat ridincr. So great was the enthusiasm ov r the day's pleasure thnt n conMder- nble demand has arisen for another surh picnic .> i i- fi ffhool opTi.s thJs fall. It will probably be so arrnncrd. The Rev. nnd Mrs. C. B. Mitchell nnd son. Arthur and Richard Chlpman urdny evening. i of I3ur; al , fl 1hp Rrv _ nn ,| jTrs. Allen The school bus routes of the fVne- | vvo:d of Good Hope, will l"av: July en consolidated fchool wore auction- ) 17 for n vncntion at Pelican Lake, id off Monday evening. O. R. Pntt'T- ] Minn. Thr vacation has been made son was the auctioneer. Gloria nnd Ronald Anderson cf Swea Four Year Old Tot Dies of Lock Jaw The four year old daughter of Mr. sind Mrs. Art Werd'n died Saturdav night nt the Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge, from lock jaw. Mr. Werden is manager of the Standard Oil station three miles south of Si-. Joe. Trinity Lutheran Church Ttev. r. J. Braner, pastor Sunday School and Bible class at 10 a. m. English services at 10:30 a m. The board of elders will me-ct Friday evening at 8:30 o'clock. The quarterly business meeting of the voting members wll take place on Sunday immediately aft-:r the forenoon services. Please return your weekly envelopes I with your gift for your congregation and mission. City nre visiting several days with their grandparents. ;ho U. K. Saunders nnd also nt the L. B. Anderson home. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Thompson and «ons of Lone Rock were Frclay evening visitors nt the Henry Ku- ck home, it being Mrs. Kuecks birthday. Ice cream and cake with wafers were served in ;he evening. A wiener roast was enjoyed by a group cf young people last Wednesday evening nt the river northwest of Seneca in honor of ;he first anniversary of Mr. nnd Mrs. James Doocy. The following were guests: Ann and Leo Lamp? of Bancroft,-Maurice Jvli- en of Ponton. Sig Olson of Rings!cd. Bernard. Dorrella and Bernire Jensen, Nick Doocy, Winifred Patter.'on nnd Ruth Kueck of this community. SENECA NEWS h-erds: Tlu- furnished gallons of ice cream nnci th-- kiddies and grown up-> l-.nd a most enjoyable picnic supper at the park. C:TV rnO7ESSIONAL DIRECTORY rest of Elmhurst arrived heie Saturday with Mrs. Erickson's aun;, Miss Arabella McPher-son. "-ho had «-pert the past month visiting in th-3 Erick^on home They wt- v e accompanied to Wesky by a boy friend of Forrest, the three remaining *v?re until later in LIP week when they exp.--; to return to Elmhur.st. Mrs. I. W. Lea.'o is at Corwith this week staying with her daughter. Mrs. Studer while Mr. Studer and n f.on. Vernon, are visiting relatives nt S:. Cloud. Minn. Banns for the approaching mnrriap-" cf Morris, a son of the Stuclers. to MI.S.S Henrietta Cook, have been published nt the Corwith Catholic church, and will take place the middle of July. Miss Freclricka Girres nnd Helm Kent accompanied by their leader. M.i- bcl Kent, represented the Weslry -i-H club girls nt the Mat.' convention lu'id at Ames recently. Mi.ss Gim-s wa. r ; one of the thirteen girl.-, present out of 380. who turned in a perfect ivai.'ic I memory te.st paper, and \v:is awarded n Mrs. O.scar EncUson and son, For- j c , t of 4_ H ioll n-<, in recognition rf 'viability at Memory work in the inik'U 1 contest. ATTORNEYS AT LAW R J. Harrington J- D. Lowe HARRINGTON & LOWE ATTORNEYS AT LAW Rooms 212-14 First Nat'I Bank Blk ALGONA, IOWA J. L. BONAR ATTORNEY AT LAW Collections will receive prompt attention ALGONA, IOWA W- B. QUARTON II. W. MILLER ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Kossuth County State Bank OH ice Phone, 427 ALGONA, lOWA^ A. Hutchison Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison ATTORNEYS AT LAW Qulnby Bldg. phone 251 K. J. VAN NESS & G W. STILLMAN LAWYERS Office over Iowa State Bank Phone 213-W Algona, Iowa Oaylord D. Shumway Edward D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over Quinby &. Krause Building Algona. Iowa phone 6jt L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Quinby Building, phone 180. ALGONA, IOWA E. C. McMAHON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Quinby & Krauze Bldg. Algona, Iowa Phone 129 HIRAM B. WHITE ATTORNEY AT LAW Oflice over Iowa State Bank Phone 206 f. A. DANSON ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Iowa State Bank Bldg. Oflice Phone 4UU-J R*s. 315 ALGONA, IOWA A. A. Dreyer, 8 cows 1358 A. W. Young, C cows 1059 C. R. Schoby, 25 cows 826 Milk B. F. 43.9 363 31.6 30.4 27.0 265 773 743 Ralph Brown, 10 cows 651 J. M. Patterson, 20 cows .. Andy Godfredson, 17 cows Following are the cows making CO pounds or better of butterfat for the month: Lbs. Butterfa Lilly, owned by C. R. Schoby ....84.: Sadie Skylark, owned by A. Dreyer 70. Nigger, owned by C. R. Schoby ..64.' Myra. owned by C R. Schoby 63. Korndyke Ormtby, owned by A. A. DreviT (Crowded Out Last Week) Ruby Kueck spent a couple of days his week with her friend, Betty Nelon. # The Norwegian Ladies' Aid met with ilrs. Jennie Jensen Thursday after- oon. Wesley Patterson was ill with the flu ast week and was also overcome by he heat. Mr. and Mrs. George Yapcr of Algona were Monday evening callers at the C O. Bailey home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrischilles o! Fenton visited Sunday at the Marinus Nelson home. pn. c .Mb!p by thr prnrrns't.y of Di?t, Sur/t. Muhlemrm who is donating the use of his cot tap," on th.it Inko to thr us? of thr pmirhfTf, rn his distric:. this fiim- mcr. The conRrrg.it ion at Good Hope hns voted to liavr no services either of worship or church school clurinp Rev. Wo.d's nbsenc . Emil Miltiip nnd Glrn Jenkinson, members of the May. June nnrl July birthday divisions of the Good Hope L. A. S.. sponsored nn ic^ cream social nt the Glen Jenklnson home Ir.Jt. Friday evening which wns n splrnc'id success. Most of the Good Hope folks were present nnd n considerable number from AlRonn nnd Hurt. An infor- mnl program consisting of musical numb rs by the Kelly Trio nnd by Mrs. Enrl Steininnn nnd n reading by Miss Cznpp. little daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Cznpp of Algona. furnished the entertainment. GOOD HOPE NEWS (Crowded Out Last Week) The A. R. Cniikshnnks returned rom their Canadian trip last Friday evening. Ari e Dittmer has been confined to bed for the past, week with an attack of German flu. Prof. Lyle Morris arrived Sunday night from Northport, Long Island. N. Y. to join his wife, Mrs. Gladys Dittmer Morris, who had preceded him several weeks ago. The new bridge being built by the county on the road near Dist. 3 school house, is completed and p.rndinp well under way. The road should soon be open to traffic. Rev. McDanel of Des Moines, representative of the Iowa Anti-Saloon League, spoke to interested audiences at. Whittemore and Good Hope M. E. churches last Sunday. District Supt. W. G. Muhleman will present the moving pictures he took on his recent trip through the south at Good Hope church, Friday evening *my^<xaa&v&&&^&^ I USED CARS ! 1 ! 19P>2 Chevrolet coach 1929 Chevrolet coach : 1921 Pontiac Algona Auto Market "\Ve.st of Court IIou.se "That's why we REMODELED the bam, Paul" 'Trying to keep the quarters clean and comfortable was pure drudgery until we remodeled. Look at the floor and gutter, the mangers and troughs — they're all permanent, firesafe and sanitary. "These labor-saving improvements keep the animals healthier and more contented and I now have more time to do the things I want to da" GET OUR IDEAS Practical suggestions for modernizing your barn, home or other structure, will be made cheerfully and without obligation. Drop In to see UR. F. S. Norton & Son The Home cf Building Material i3 Phone 229 Algona J W Sullivan ul'cV. > S. E. McMahor, L. E. Liar.an I SULLIVAN. Mi-MAHON & MNNAN ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office over County Savings Bank ALGONA, IOWA I'HVSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office formerly occupied by Dr. A. L Ritt over Rexall drug store OH ice Phone 300 Res. Phone 326 ALGONA. IOWA C. H. CRETZMEYER, M. D. Surgeon fc Physician Otfice .John Galbraith Bldg. I'hone 414-310 W. I>. ANDREWS, P. O. CMeopathic Physiciun and Surgeon General Ho.spital Phones: Office 1S7: Residence 688 ALGONA, IOWA P. V. JAVSE, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Office on South Dodge St. Phone No.—Rt's. 366; Otfice 666 MELVIV G. BOURNE PHYSICIAN A; SURGEON Office over Post Ortice Bldg. Phones—OHict; 197 Res. 211 DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DJSNTIST Gas or Novocaine used for extraction Located over christenten Store Phone: Business 1(56. Residence, 470 ALGONA. IOWA DR. C. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Qumby Bldg. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa Mi-.s Van cruL'o who n month ap;> lei: IT tnr Iowa Tciirlit-r.s Cnlii-pn .'it C dar Falls for a cour.-.r in .-unim'r ••chool work, is rc-cupcra'.inK a: hi r l.tiiiK" here froi'.i injuri'. s M;.-.'ai"cd in an automob'le [iccid'.'nt wht n .'h» and a party if girls \vt*re enrouif to Huni- boklt for a week • nd vi>:t. V;>n \v:i-. joining hi r si-ster and biothcr-ir.-I.i'.v Mr. and Mrs. Kiiir.eth iv.vver, in a Sunday visit here. The accident hap- ]x-ned near Allison and Van's injuries consist of a frac:ured jK-lvic bon-.. Mr. and Mrs Matt Laux, the Henry Haverly. August Garnian. and E. M. Olson families drove to Clt-ar Lake on Sunday where they mot other nv.m- tK'i-s of the Rotkott' clan for a family reunion. The gathering was at- tinderl by 57 relatives. Joe Roskt'if and .-on, Paul of Farminfiton, Minn., ar.,-1 Mrs. Margaivt Streoehr of Waterloo accompanied t:.e Laux-.-!> homo lor a viiit over night before going on to Bancroft to visit other relative.- and from there expected to drive t;n to the Roikoff home at Fuj-minyton. Friends here have rvceived word from Mrs. W. A. Drewelow that the and Betty are spending a month or longer with relatives in Mai^t, Now Hampshire, New York and Washington. D. c. She accompanied hei- sis- ttr-in-law, Mrs. Howard Blanchard. to Maine where she is spending a moiiti. with her husband who is secretary TO the president of one of the large railroad companies. She expects also to visit her sister. Lillian, a ioniur graduate of the Wesley hU'h .-ch.nl. who L-, now married, and lives in New Yi-rk state. Bobby Drew-.-low wr.o u K.-UJ- tien years old this summer, is spending his lime with his g New Hampton. CAUBOL A. WANUER ATTORNEY AT LAW Over Poaloilice Phone 65 £TH. Farias Judge D. F. Coylc Ollice over Basket Grocery ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Phone 820 Algona, Iowa VETERIN ARI AN S Dr. L. W Fox Dr. J. B. Winkel Oilice 220 West Sta'e Street Oflice Phone 475-W Kes. 475-R Algona. Iowa L. M. MEKUITT aud FuKtritl Director Phone 11 Algona. Iowa A. V. HEKTIG SIGN SERVICE Over FUiht-r Caic Phone 60B-W Algona Girl Teaches Dances West. Bend Journal: Mi.-* Bi-niK-i- Stock of Algona canv.- to WiH Bi/iiu Wednesday to lake charge of UIUM- t-u- rolled for dancing Iti^n^ hen iur tm buiiuucr. Her accompanist is Mi.--. Blackmail of Eagle Grove-. Mi.-a Sx-in bpeiidi two dav6 each \vt--k in K.iul- Grovt wilt-re the hii-» an uu\jlhiii--;:i i.-l 100 suidunts. She i^ ijhy.-iiM ing iiLi'.rucior in the EagK- Gn Hc ;>claool during the t,c!;uu! yi-. Bend IVtlt. fortunate in iiu-.int 1 portuiuiy to secure tlii- ^i-i.u<: Slock. Any other*, who ore Ui in joiJUUjj these clu-^t^ uia> ;i I'angtuiJC'iHi with Mr&. \\iii bvi Tlioritiay. MORE LIVE POWER ."•.-- • \ ' . 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