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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 23, 1934
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The Algona Upper Pea Moines, Algona, Iowa, Aug. 23,1934 Eugene Hutchlns left for the worlds lair In Chicago Friday and expected to spend a few days. ftev. A. O. Ahmann left Monday for his home town, Bemsen, Iowa, to visit his parents for a few days. Mrs. Frank Krumm of Mason City •was a guest of her sister, Mrs. O. H. Pree the latter part of last week. John Bishop and Drenan Mathes returned Saturday from Chicago after attending the Worlds Fair last week. Mr. and Mrs. Con LaGasse and H. N. Hansen of Mason City were guests of Mrs. O. D. Brundage Saturday even- Ing. Bob LaBarre and Durwood Bafcer left last Friday for the Worlds Fair In Chicago where they Intended to stay flve days. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Waughtal, Miss Mary Owens and John Howe of Mason City were guests of Ruth McMahon Monday evening and Tuesday morn- Ing. Mr. and Mrs. J. L .Marty and two boys of Council Bluffs and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fritz of Clarion were the guests at the Dr. L. O. Baker home over the week end. Mrs. W. D. Howie and daughter, Bev- •erly, arc home from Shehalls, Washington, where they have spent most of the summer with Mrs. Howie's mother and other relatives. Dr. and Mrs. Fred Bunker and two children of Paton, Iowa, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Llnd- sey. Mr. and Mrs. Llndsey are the parents of Mrs. Bunker. Mrs. O. W. Erlckson left Friday for Bhlnelander, Wisconsin, and will spend several weeks there with her mother. Mr. Erlckson accompanied her as far as Minneapolis and returned here on Sunday. People Suffering for want of good food—can be sup- j plied at ! LONG'S Food Shop The papers say Foods are going up. We have a big stock at old prices. Can Peaches, Prunes, : and Pears Bight Now Meat, Meat, Meat That'sour Hobby. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gllmore and family returned Sunday of last week from a two weeks' tour In the east. They stopped at Washington, D. C., and other large eastern cities. Mr. and Mrs. Melzar Falkenhalner and children expected to leave Thursday morning for their cottage on Lac Court d' Orellles, Wisconsin, where they will vacation until September 1st. Mary Biggins, housekeeper for Rev. T. J. Davern, left Monday for Dubuque where she will visit with relatives and friends for a week or ten days. Her place Is being taken by Gladys Matern. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson and family kft Saturday evening for a trip through Mlsourl. They intended to come back by way of Des Molnes and attend the state fair before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Godden and children returned Wednesday of this week from Chicago where they had been visiting relatives and attending the Worlds Fair since the- previous Friday. T. H. Miller arrived here Wednesday from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, to visit until the first of September with his wife who has been visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. P. V. Janse, during the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Patterson left Thursday for their home In Louisville, Kentucky, after visiting here with Mrs. Patterson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop, and other relatives around here for some time. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McDonald spent Sunday at Clear Lake where they were guests of Mr. Lusby's daughter, Mrs. Pierce Witmer of Des Molnes who has a cottage at the Lake. Mrs. Mae Hoenk and daughter, Jessie, of Long Beach, California, who have been visiting friends and relatives In Fort Dodge for the past month, came here Friday and are guests of their son, H. L. Hoenk and his wife. Mrs. W. P. French began work last Wednesday at the Western Union Telegraph office, and is taking the place of LeRoy Davis, who is to attend an iMtmctlon school at Brook- fleld, New Jersey, for the next three months. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Billiard of Dubuque arrived Saturday at the home •f Mrs. HUliard's palrenfe, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop and Sunday left, acompanled by Mrs. HUliard's sister, Ruth Bishop, for Raney Lake, Mlnne- osta, where they will vacation two weeks. Mrs. Frank A. Branson of Spencer was a guest of Mrs. Lon Wright Monday. Mrs. Branson was a former resident of Algona and her husband, now deceased, was in the furniture business here at the time. MM. Bronson planned to visit relatives and friends in Burt and surrounding towns. Richards daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brownell and four boys are vacationing two weeks in northern Minnesota. Mrs. Alma Johnson and son, Irving of Gary, Indiana, were guests Monday of Mrs. P. J. Waldron. Armond Wltham returned to Fort Dodge Sunday after visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Wltham. Mrs. T. P. Harrington and daughter, Bernlce, spent Tuesday and Wednesday at Clear Lake, the guests of Mrs. W. C. Dewel. Frances Zender and Carlotta Kanouff left Saturday for a ten day stay in Chicago, where they will attend the Worlds Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Steele and son, William, spent the week end at Lake Okobojl, guests of Mrs. F. S. Norton In her cottage. A card from State Comptroller C. B. Murtagh of Des Molnes locates him in Chicago this week where he Is attending the Worlds Fair. Mrs. F. A. Bartholomew left Tuesday for Des Molnes to attend the American Legion Auxiliary convention. She Is a delegate to the convention. Bill Kain, son of Mrs. Lottie Kaln, fomerly of Algona, but now living in Iowa City, arrived here last Thursday for a week's visit with Lloyd Pratt. Mrs. August Husnhold and Mrs Wlllrett returned home Tuesday morn- Ing after a ten days' stay In Chicago where they attended the Worlds Fair Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Horn and daughter of Newton are visiting for a few days at the W. G. McCullough home. Mrs. McCullough Is a sister of Mrs. Horn. Burdette Agard Is leaving this week end for Lake Okobojl where he will attend a district meeting of the Equitable Life held there Saturday and Sunday. Harriet Smith spent Friday and Saturday at Sioux City visiting friends. Miles Moore of Sioux City accompanl- •ed her home Saturday and spent Sunday here. Mrs. A. E. Kresensky and daughter. Ardls, returned Wednesday afternoon of last week from Cedar Rapids, where she had been visiting a college friend for a week. Esther and LK>yd Pratt, Evelyn Smith and D. Wayne Collins spent Thursday In Cedar Falls making ar- Mrs. M. J. Strelt spent last week n Kmmetsburg with her parents. Ruth Stokes visited friends in Grln- nell and Des Moines last wsek end. Miss Frieda Paetz, who received In- lurles when thrown from a horse, is improving nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lehmann and daughter visited friends at Mason City Saturday and Sunday. . Mr. and Mrs. Joe Llchty and two daughters of LuVerne were guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Thorpe Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Payne returned home Sunday after a ten day trip through eastern Iowa and In Minnesota. Mrs. N. O. Busneff and dauKhter. Esther of Fort Dodge, were guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Sell- Strom. Irma Grelner, cashier at the Goeders store, who took her vacation last week, spent Friday In Mason City on business. Mrs. Wallace MacDougall and son Bobby, are visiting with the former's sister and family, Mrs. Jay Kent at Lone Tree. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe McLaurln and children of Plney Woods, Mississippi, are visiting relatives and friends for several days. Leo Frankl returned Wednesday ol last week from Cresco, where he had sp?nt the previous ten days with his uncle, Pete Murtagh. Ruth Stokes and TheUna Horlgan pent last Thursday In Spencer where Ruth visited an aunt and Thelma vls- ted her father, Ralph. Kate Skinner and her visitor, Anne Roorda of Pella, were Fort Dodge vis- tors Monday. Miss Roorda returned o her home Tuesday. Mrs. Andrew Hatch of St. Paul, sister of Mrs. Matt Holtzbauer, arrived lere Saturday afternoon and is vislt- ng at the Holtzbauer home this week. Rev. P. J. Braner left Monday morn- ng for Keystone, Iowa, to attend the synodlcal convention of the Iowa district, which will be held on August 20-&4th. rangementa for Lloyd who will enter college there this fall. The F. A. M. and F. F. Frost families are moving this week Into the Tribon house on North Hall street. They formerly made their home In Mrs. K. Bradley's home. Mrs. G. W. StUlman and daughter Ann, spent Wednesday and Thursday of last week at Lake Okobojl with Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison who were vacationing there last week. Miss Lucia Wallace returned Monday evening after spending the summer months with her slater, Mrs. O. F Partridge In'Mattoon, Wisconsin, and also visiting in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ryther were called to Sandwich, Illinois, Monday upon IJJCU MMI» *-!WJfU ****** **•«• »«w »•-«—p ——— of Blue Earth, Minnesota, left Wednesday morning of this week for Illinois, where they will visit a son and brother at Princeton and other relatives at Wyanet and Dlxon. The party expects w be gone almost two weeks. Anderson's Rite-Way Specials Good Cheer Coffee, Ige. pkg. 19c Marshmallows, fresh, Ige. pkg. 15c Peanut Butter, Jack Sprat, 22 oz. jar --23c Apple Butter, Derby, 25 oz. jar__ ___ 15c Evaporated Milk, tall cam, 3 for 19c Chocolate Cream Coffee, 2 Ibs. _ _„ 59c Dm Pickles, 47 oz. jar and dozens of other good buys. Auction Money with Each Purchase Soap and Cleaners Washer Gold Dwt Both large packages Old Dutch Clean**, 2 pkfa. ISc Sanl fliMh, one brush free, 2 39o Phone 346 For Good Service Donald Hutchins, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutchins, took his brother, 'aul, to Des Moines Monday to the reserve officers training camp at Fort Des Molnes where he holds the rank of second lieutenant. Paul will remain here for two weeks and from there will go directly to Gllmore City, where he will teach this coming year. Five couples, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johannsen, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lynk and Mr. and Mrs. Ned Seeney of Bancroft spent Saturday afternoon and Sunday at Decorah. They Inspected the new cave i-ecently opened near there which Is called the Niagara Falls Cave. Dennis Becker, who was In an automobile accident recently was found to be suffering from two broken ribs. At first, his Injuries were thought to be only slight, but examination a few days after the Incident revealed the more serious injuries. Dennis Is able to be back on the Job though at the Elk Cleaners where he Is employed. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Martin left on Saturday for the M. H. Boals honvj near Clinton, Minnesota, and returned here Monday evening. The Martins also visited other friends in Clinton and neighboring towns. They report (hat there were almost no crops near Clinton and that the fields are used mostly for pasture. Grnln is betnpc shipped in. Howard M. Wilson and wife of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1-eft last Thursday after a visit at the home of Howard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wilson, rwln, another son, and wife of Cedar Rapids, also enjoyed a visit here ast week. After visiting locally, the families motored to Lake Park where they visited Mr. Wilson's sister, and enjoyed a dinner In the state park. Titonka Ladies Home From Reunion in S. D. Titonka: Mrs. J. F. Fisher and her mother, Mrs. J. E. Ingham returned on Saturday evening from Beresford, South Dakota, where they had attend- also attended Beresford's Golden Jubi- Gladyce and Miss Beryl Boggnss and Raney Bleich of Burt spent the week nd at Clear Lake. Mrs. C. E. Houck of Vincent and daughter, Marjorle of Des Moines vis- bed with Mrs. Intermlll and daughters, Dorothy and Eleanor. Mary Agnes Klley and Barbara Bufr- :y of Blue Earth, Minn., visited their aunt, Mrs. F. C. Wentz and cousin. John Frederick over Indian day. Mr. and Mrs. John Wood and sons. John and Slgwell drove to Minneapolis Saturday morning for a visit with tfrs. Wood's relatives. One other son, Donald, went by bus. Mrs. H. I. Torgersen, Mrs. George. Bonacker, Mrs. Earl Btott and Mrs. Miller Nelson visited Mrs. Carl F. Calies and babies. Shirley and Sharon At the hospital in Algona Friday afternoon. The Schram families held a reunion at Olson park In Fort Dodge last Sunday. Those present from here were Mr. and Mrs. August Schram, Mr. and Mrs. Will Schram and family and Mrs. Julia Reynolds and family. Mrs. Fred C. Wentz entertained the Larkln bridge club Friday afternoon. Mrs. Herbert C. Schweppe made high score, Mrs. Frank Fisher, low and travel prize went to Mrs. Howard French. Mrs. J. E. Bleich and Mrs. French wer» KUPStR. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Peterson and Miss Alvena Dantelson returned on. Thxtrsday from a six weeks' trio through the south, east and north of the nation. They report ft very pleasant time visiting with former citizens and relatives. Mrs. Howard A. French entertained the Thursday bridge luncheon club at IKT home last week. Mrs. C. V. Pen- dcrgast won high score, Mrs. Pterrft Sftrtor won low. Mrs. L. B. Larson. Mrs. Will Rlcklefs and Mrs. John Wood were guests of the afternoon. Mrs. H. C. Schweppe entertained the Tuesday afternoon bridge club 8t her home. Mrs. H. I. Torgersen made the high score. Mrs. L. B. Larson second, and Mrs. George Bonacker low. Mrs. Harry Beed. Mrs. Miller No'son an* Mrs Wm. Rlcklefs were guest*. Mrs. Caroline Selkmeler and daueh- ter of Dartene, Wyoming, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hobbs and daughters. Doris and Marjorle of Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hobbs and children, Dorothy. Raymond and Clyde and Mrs. Rose Hobbs of Crystal Lake were guests- of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kell, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Callles and Mrs. Florence Rcaser over Indian Day. Mr. and Mrs. Mehrln Henderson left Thursday for Des Molnes and after a few days' visit there with relatives, will return to their home in Pomona, California. Eleanor Backus, student In a business college In Des Moines, is up for a vacation visit here with her sister, Betty, and her mother, who Is visiting; here also. Helen Goeders Is taking this week as vacation from the Goeders Company, where she Is employed and Is spending the time with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kepler of- Esthcrvllle. Margaret Lichter, Ruth, Marteta and Helen Bestenlehner and Maxlne Mittag, left Sunday for Lake Okobo} where they planned to vacation untl today (Thursday). Russell, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Thtape ta visiting this week with Arthur Orosenbach at Orlnnell. Mr. and also atended Beresford's Golden Jubilee. Enroute home they visited with relatives at Sioux Falls and Canton. South Dakota. Miss Merle, Marie and Marvel Meyer of Hampton were guests at the Frances Budlong home Sunday. Miss Alice Sartor received her license •to practice chiropody. She has not decided just where she will locate. Mr. and Mrs. Kermlt Larson and baby of Clarion came Sunday for a visit at the parental L. B. Larson home. Miss Dorothy Jacques of Chicago, is a guest at the home of her uncle, Dr. Pierre Sartor. She expects to visit about a week. Dr. and Mrs. H. I. Torgersen, Miss THE NATURAL '-LINE TAPER Shoulder to Waitt V Up to 40 per cent off during Gamble's August Sale—and that doesn't Mrs. Thorpe will go down for their | mean off list price—but off of Gam- AUGUSTl Gives 'Sko/ie with NEW Al. He has lived around the vicinity of Bancroft for many years. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Smith and son, Donny, came home Saturday after visiting the former's brother. Art, and family at Lewis, Iowa. The Smiths also attended the rodeo at Sidney. Iowa. Wm. Wels, the well known and popular barber, who underwent an operation at the Veterans' hospital at Des Moines a week ago Thursday, Is expected to return home the first of next week. Mrs. W. E. Laird and daughter, Betty, returned Friday from Rochester, Minnesota, where they had gone Wednesday so that a check-up could be made In the Mayo clinic of Betty's sinus trouble. Mrs. E. J. Murtagh and Mrs. J. T. Chrischillea returned Thursday after accompanying Mrs. Murtagh's guest of a few weeks, Miss Myrtle Bean, to her home In Duluth. where the two visited a couple of days. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kresensky and son, Tommy of Mankato, spent from Tuesday until Friday of last week visiting at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. J. C. Kresensky and his brother, A. E. Kresensky. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Keith, the former's father. E. P. Keith, and the former's granddaughter, Kathryn Keith, returned Wednesday evening of last week from a two weeks' visit with relatives at Whitewater, Wisconsin. Helen Daughan, who is taking nurses' training in the Mercy hospital at Mason City, came here Wednesday of last week for a two weeks' vacation which she Is spending with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Daughan. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trauger and stm were business visitors In Des Molnes over the week end. They returned home by way of Eagle Grove and Miss Delma Clark of that city accompanied them home for a few days' visit here. Miss Mary Plummer of Ames arrived Tuesday afternoon for a visit until Friday at the home of Mrs. A. E. Kresensky. Miss Plumrner formerly taught history in the Algona high tclioo! and taught at the same time Mrs. Kresensky did. Will Nugent of Chicago arrived here Saturday at the P. W. Dingley home where his wife, the former Zada Dingley, and two boys have been visiting M'veral weeks. He will vi--it here It 1 " days and the Nugent family will then Select any combination in these three groups Here is our plan whit a applies to those item? marked ICc . 23c . or 39c . BUY AMY OF THE. idc ITEMS FOK 19c GET TWO FOB 35c P \j X *»••"• -w— ~ ** i* GET TWO FGIt 5l-c 3UY Am-OF "me 33* GET TWO FOH 70c THHEE FOft 50c FOR 29c . . . THBEE FOR 7ic f° R 39c • w THREE FOH $1 19c ITEMS HAVE AI4EA0Y S»P ITEMS FBQM 35c , 38c ITEMS FROM 50c | MANY MORE PIG SAVINGS K. D. JAMES Auction Money Wilh son this week end. Tom and Leo Frankl left Monday for Woodstock. Minnesota, and will spend this week there on their mother's farm where they will do some painting and repair work. Mrs. Isabelle Melggs returned home Sunday after visiting Mrs. T. A. Potter In Mason City for a few days. She returned to her work at the Ooeders store Monday following a two weeks' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton and family spent last week at Lake Oko- bojl. They returned Sunday and Mr. Norton's mother, Mrs. F. S. Norton returned with them for a few days' stay here. Kathleen Holtzbauer, cashier at the Chrlstenscn Brothers' store, Is taking this week as vacation, and Is visiting at Des Molnes and Newton. Her sis- er, Rosann, is spending this week at Des Molnes also. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wlnkel and the former's mother and sister, Mrs. Jacob Wlnkel and Frances, left Friday for Des Moines where they intended to attend the state fair. They expected to return home today (Thursday). Mr. and Mrs. Irwln Willson of Cedar Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Willson of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, returned to their homes Friday after visiting here with the men's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Willson, for a week. Mrs. Carroll Puth motored to Fort Dodge last Tuesday where she and her sister, Irene, were guests at an evening party given by Miss Alice Condon, in honor of her sister, Loretta, of Los Angeles, California, who la home on a visit. Alice Kain, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kain, will leave Saturday for Rodman where she has been contracted to teach third and fourth grades in the consolidated school there for the coming term. School begins the following Monday. Bob Trauger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Trauger, has been working the past month or so at Long Beach, California, and has now gone to Portland, Oregon. He may journey further but plans are not complete. He expects'to return by September 1st. Word was received here from Rev. R. J. Hoerner, Congregational minister, that Mrs. Hoerner had undergone an oix.'ralion the first of last we-.k and was now a patient at the Jane Lamb hospital at Clinton. Iowa. She is recovering nicely. TlK- Htx-rners were on iheir vacation and were visiting at Clinton and Ackley. Mr. and Mrs. John McEnroe and two children, Pat and Patricia, retum- trie's regular cut price. Motor Oil, 33c gal. tax paid—"B" Batteries, 79o—Auto Batteries. $2.98 exch.—Radio Tubes, 35c ea. up—Lower prices on paints and varnish. 34 SORENSEN'S SPECIALS Salmon, 1 lb. pink, OC r \\ 2 cans *"'*' * ;! Wheaties, I; 2 pkgs. Certo, ' per bottle Toilet Soap, 3 bars Macaroni, Spaghetti, Noodles, 5 pg Pork & Beans, large size, eau Beef and Veal Roast, per lb 23c! 25c| We i l 1 0 1/ . ___ \L/2 return to their home in Chicago. Bill Steele and Lawrence Misbach accompanied by John Mulront'y of Mallard and Bill Van Hemerl of Hul- .siein, Iowa, were to leave Tnursdaj (today) for Two Harbors, Michigan, j id Saturday alter visiting Mrs. Mc- wh re they expected to camp aloii',- the Enroi's Maters in Rock Volley, luwa, shoixs of Lake Superior for two wieks. ' The four boys are suiferers I'rem hay fevtr. Our old friend, Carl Neuman. write-i tnia Shell Rock. Iowa, where he his been sojourning for some time and u.-ka to hav--- his paper sent to Macon. Mi-s- i ;: oouri. where he is going to si ay for ' a time. Mr. Neuman who i-s a brother and Sioux Palls, South Dakota. The I Pork Roast, ?2cl per pound ^tt\» I Pears, Peaches and Prunes for Canning Complete Line of Fresh Fruits, Vegetables and .Meat. Top Price for Eggs. j H. R. SORENSEN & CO. Phones i:!H and !:}<> We Deliver WILSON BROTHERS SHIRTS OF TAFFETA BROADCLOTH Nine men out of every ten are smaller in the waist than in the chest. That is why we feature Wilson Shirts . . . they are smartly tapered shoulder to waist (up to size 16V 2 ) for neater, more comfortable fit at the belt- line. Try our new Wilson Shirts of Taffeta Broadcloth for perfect fit, for an entirely new standard of value at 55 '1 •If you are the one-ln-ten whose walat equals or Is larg<?r than hla chest measure Wilson Shirts, size 17 or larger, will fit you perfectly. STEELE'S ALGONA, IOWA OUR FEEDER LAMDS Will Turn Your Feed Into MORE MONEY QUICKER NO MONEY DOWN We can make prompt delivery of choice quality feeding lambs on the most favorable feeding agreement ever offered New Contract Just Out. liET- TEK THAN BUYING. In answering please state your experience, equipment, amount and kind of feed available. Corwin Brothers Vall( Iowa OOOi'OO.OOOOOOOC'.OX'OC'OOOOvO.OOOOC" 'OOOOOC'OOOOOOO- •CK'OOOOvO.OvO' McEnroes traveled about fifty miles j C> • Sioux Fulls in South Dakota, j V How Old is Your Stove? •Ov'X>OOO':>0.O.G,.O.O.O£> O. O o • v O; but report htU difference in the corn I £> crop li- in Knssuth county. '&. Mr. and Mr;;. Howard Whitney of & Paul arrived here Wednesday of £ last w-.ek and visited until Sunday ; g with the former's parents. Mr. and ' £ of Otto Neuman of Sexton. t a>s: "I Mrs. W. L. Whitney. Dorothy Whit- . g can't get along without your paper. Ev- j lu-y accompanied her brother and wile , ft cry-thing Ls looking tine" Corn la eood | back and went to Proctor, Minnesota, i g and the farmers have a lot of beans j where she will teach English and Latin ^ -nd tudan grass for feed so there is in the schools iheiv this term. Dor- . o othy has been spending the summer g It Is Worth One Dollar a Year to Us The dal, for the lar plenty in this part of the country. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Murtagh arrived home Tuesday night from Virginia, Minnesota, where they had spent a we. k at a lakeside cottage, guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Thur-lun of Virginia. Mrs. Forrest Twoyood, who had joined her husband in Minn i r a day or two, returned \uti: the Mur- tughs. Mr. Twogood la playing baseball with the Toledo team again this season and his wife who i.< .vajing at home of her i>ai\nU : Mr and Mrs. go Middleman .in the Rexail Plan: the saving qoes to You th M . opoprtunity to vbi: him while team wui plusiag ill Minneapolis. P. Haggard in Algon-i. lo-k the here with her parents. Mrs. Koss Coieman returned Monday : 8 evening jroiu Colfax, Illinois, wh.ix-jg the had been visiting her sister. Mrs. i flj Ray Huppert since the previous Thurs- j g day. While there her sister, Mrs. J.'i'oi 3. Stilts ul Taylorville. Illinois, an- , 8 lot .-love re-i>|ered \\ilii us hdween jin\v and Si-pi. S. our < ilolic ('iivu.-.. will he ivi-fivctl at a value of one d> evrv veal' ol' iis ane a> traite-jn value on a new < K'alllie ol'dlo Buy Healer. If Voll .-~li.\'e is the oldest reji'i.-lereil, and is-10 vears old. it :.-- worih ••" lo on a trade-in, and so on. ..r Bister. Mrs. A. L. Chriiteiiscii and j <> husband and children ol Louisville, j f> Kentucky, and her brother. C. W. Ad- |g inns aJid wile and children, also o! , ^ Louisville, came and were gathered to- j 'O Leth<-r lor the first time in ivii years, i g All the:e jX-ople fjrnierly lived ill Al- . o Auction Dollars Here Nelson Hdw. Register Your Stove Now c; o I I I <f gum. and arc well k:.own here.

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