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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Sept. 13,1934 PTA PLANS FOR FENTON COMING Officers Meet Tuesday to Outline Program For Year Fenton: No parent-teacher association meeting -will be held in Sect/smber. but the president of the organization and chairmen of the various committees, the vice president and secretary- treasurer will meet at the school house this week Tuesday evening to plan the year's programs. The program committee chairmen for the vear are: September, Mrs. O. H. Graham: October. Mrs. H. H. Widdel; November. Mrs. F. J. Weisbrod; December. Mrs. H. C. Lindsey; January. Mrs. O W. Newel; February, Mrs. George Boettcher; March, Charles Weisbrod: April, E. C. Weisbrod: May, Florence Barton. Refreshment committees for the year is Mrs. C. H. Geronsin. The Fenton Forward 4-H girls' club took fourth r/lace at th» Kossuth county fair on tlKlr booth. Oliver Stoeber and Joe Laffev of Armstrong were over nleht Huests at the W. E. Stoeber home Friday. Mrs. J. A. Mueller came from Cedar Falls Saturday evening for a visit with her son. Dr. J. A. Mueller and family. Ed Gramenz of South Bend, Indi»na, arrived here last week Monday for a visit with his brother. John and family. Marlys, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Jensen, went to Des Moines. where she will take up a business course. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weisbrod and son, Lyle, were entertained at the O. H. Schmidt horns near Bancroft on Sunday. ' An eight pound girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Natlian Banwart. Sunday. August 26. They have a family of 8 girls and 2 boys. Ralph Riedel is carrying his arm in a sling as the result of a fracture while fllllne silo at the C. E. Householder farm near Lone Rock. Lena Bleckwenn, R. N. of Jackson, Mississippi, is spending her vacation with her mother. Mrs. Theodore Bleckwenn and other relatives. Mrs. Kate Newel left last we-:k on Tue.Tdp.v from Hartley in company with two friends for a two weeks' flsh- ine trip at Whitefish, Minn. William, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hantelman, left last week on Tuesday for St. Paul where he will enter the Concordia Seminary. Dr. and Mrs. Ed Widdel of Madella. Minnesota, left last week Monday after a week end visit with the former's father, Chris Widdel and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Haugland and son, Dickie of Radcliffe were Saturday and Sunday visitors at the hom-s ol Mrs. HatiRland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Skare. Mrs. Philip Wander left bv rail from Fort Dodge Friday, August 31. for Freeport. Illinois, for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Meyers, and her sister, Bessie. Mr and Mrs. Lester Heiden and daughter, Betty Joan of Cherokee and MONICA UNDERKOFLER BRIDE OF CLETUS DE1TER1NG AT BANCROFT Wedding Breakfast Served After iCeremony Held Wednesday A. M. FALL HATS There's a lovely chance for every woman to do something nice for herself with a new Fall hat! For styles were never more flattering nor more diversified.'If you look best in a brim, have a brim; if you're a beret devotee you'll find them in bright new versions. Tricorns, squared effects, crushed or draped affairs, too— every one dapper and dashing and utterly irresistible! Felts, fabrics, velvets that you'll fall in love with on sight. Choose one now to top off your first fall costume, The ELITE PANTS LONG PANTS SHORT PANTS Pants For The Fat Man— And For the Thin Man Pin Stripes and Mixtures In fact wo liiivo a now stock of odd pants in which you can find most any kind you are looking for. Come in and sec them. Our new Kail Sweaters are here. Select one while the sixes and colors are complete. Madson fSL Hanson The Home of Better Values. Bancroft: The Rev. Joseoh Scholtes of si. John's Catholic church In Ban- crott was in cnarge of the services on Wednesday morning of this week at the wedding ceremony which uniied iMonica Und<rkoller and Cletus Del- tering in holy wedlock. Monica Underkofler is the youngest daughter of G. B. Underkofler. Mr. Underkofler lormerly owned and ran a drug store here, but now has a lewelrv store here. Miss Underkofler for ihe past vear Ins been bookkeeper at the Dr. J. A. Devine office. Monica is known and loved bv tvery- one in this community and it was here she made the acauaintance of the man who became her life companion, Cletus Delterlng, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Delterlng of this city. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Deiterlng formerlv lived on a farm southeast of Bancroft, but moved to town some years aeo and have run the Chevrolet garage for a number of years. Cletus assists his father at the garage. The wedding ceremony was held on Wednesday morning, Sept. 12. at 8 o'clock, a large number of the bride's and groom's relatives being oresent. The bride was attended bv Miss Marguerite Deitering, a sister of the groom and the best man was Richard Underkofler. a brother of the bride. The bride wore a long white taSeta dress, lace veil, white silopers and carried a bouquet of Johanna HU1 roses and baby's breath. A wedding breakfast at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Frank Recker, was served to 23 guests immediately after the ceremony after which the bride and groom left for Wuc^nsin and Illinois where they will spend their honey moon. They will be at their home In, Bancroft after October 1st. Out of town relatives attending the wedding were Mrs. LeRov Ostwinkle of Des Moines, a sister of the uroom and Mrs. L. J. Donnelly of Adrian, Minn., a cousin of the bride. Farewell Party Misses Margaret and Julia Qulnn gave a surprise dinner for their brother Charles, Saturday evening. He left Thursday for Omaha where he wUl attend Crelghton University. Those attending the dinner were: Florian, Julius, and Anthony Stork. Edmond Ford, Jcseph Sherman. Frank Brink. Kenneth Devine. Lawrence Becker, Lawrence Deitering. Evans Carmean, Frank Baker. John Kennedy, Clarence Vaske and Hammill Murphy. Number of Card Parties Held Seven frlrnds of Mrs. C. M. Baker pleasantly surprised her at her home Friday evening. Bridge was clayed at two tables. Mrs. A. J. Weld won high prize. A delicious luncheon was served bv the euests. Mrs. M. L. Schlltz waa nleasantlv surprised at her home Saturday afternoon the dav being her birthday. Mrs. J. W. Williams received high prize. A delicious lunch was served Mrs. L. J. Mousel was surprised at her home Saturday night. Bridge was played at three tables. Mrs. Mousel won high prize, Mrs. A. H. Deitering second, Mrs. Joe Fox, cut orlze. anc Mrs. A. A. Droessler received trav«' prize. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Oarrv attendee the fair at Spencer Tuesday. Joe Hoffman or Lamotte was visiting at the Matt Nemmers home lasl uvek. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Menke are vls- Itine at the Al M<nke home In Fairmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. John Sorank of Lone Rock visited Sunday at the Wm. and Ar[. Goche home. A 'Necessity FINE CLEANING FOR FINE APPAREL You wouldn't buy valuable clothes it' a line cleaning sea-vice was not available. You couldn't afford to risk cureless methods, inefficient workers and the lack of responsibility. Can you overlook any of these factors for your day-to-day cleaning needs i Certainly you shouldn't—but perhaps you have been influenced by idle claims without knowing what is behind them. From now on "choose your cleaner carefully." Eik Cleaners & Tailors Phone :«0 Algona, Iowa YVWVAArWVIArtAVUWYWWWV^^ Albert Heiden of .Sioux Falls. South Dakota, came Sunday for a visit n the Dr. J. T. Waite nome. Iva Weisbrod returned home Saiur day from a week's visit with {riend. at Council Bluffs. She was accom panied by Eugene McConnel and Con nie Osborn of Council Bluffs Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Krause are th< parents of a six and tlirce-fourttis pound boy since Saturday night. H< is the second child, both being boys He was named Maurice Eugene. A daughter was born to Mr. anc, Mrs. Win. Donahue. Jr., last Thursday She was named Catherine Ann anc weighed six pounds. She is their sec ond child, both of whom are girls. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Einler and Mar 1 Jane, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hicks am son, Newton of Omaha, and Elaim Nellis of Alec.na spent Sunday .it th< Clarence Pannkuk home ut Fairmont. Anna Reimers, daughter of Mrs Kute Menz of this place und u forme: Ptnton eirl. now employed at th Clark cafe at Gratttint'er had $20 stol en from her room on Labor Dav tliert A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Marinus Nelson of near Swea Citv Thursday, August 30, and she lived on- Florlan Stork will leave Saturday for Dubuaue where ha Is B eacher at Columbia College. Mrs. E. F. Tuttle of Cedar Falls and nephew, Wm. Flynn of Oelwein are islting relatives in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Deitering are he proud parents of a daughter born Friday. They have one other child, a Irl. liios. Murphy returned to Iowa Citv Sunday after a few days' visit nt the iome of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. icm Murohy. Mrs. L. J. Kennedy drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to make the acmialnt- nnte of the new daughter born to the H. Clark home. J. F. Heiinskv and Alfred Dltsworth eft Ian Wednesday for Northern Minnesota on a fishing trip. They expect. . I-. uj:.o r. \vock. j--- oh ;: utr!. Lawrence Schiltz of t.ir.err!'. and Lawrence Lester of Wo•i In': "Ir.?.:riav morning for Chica- .1 so rut end the Worlds Fair. Ail*;. Hn.r.a lii-ickson and daughters. Margaret and Mable attended the funeral of Mrs. Erickson's mother, which was held at Swea City Friday afternoon. R. E. Hutton, Tom Garrv and W. A. Murray. A. W. Kennedy and Dr. Karl Hoffman left Wednesday for Osakls, tfinn., where they will spend several days fishing. John Sheridan and Harrv Robinson went, to Ames Saturday and snent the week end with John's brother. Phil. Phil is working in the state highway commission office. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Grames and their children, Dorothy and Pat drove to Wanknto Sunday where they attended ,he family reunion of Mrs. Grames' family, the Kufmans. Mr. and Mrs. Gavttt of Tipton have a baby boy born Wednesday. Mrs. Gavett was Harriett Thies Ibefore hefl marriage and was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thels of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Deitering entertained the rural mail carriers of Kossuth county at their home Tuesday evening. Mr. Deitering is rural carrier on number one out of Bancroft. The banns of marriage were nub- Ished on Sunday in the St. John's Catholic church between Francis Brennen of Manning and Mary Merrill of Bancroft and between Nick Doocv and Anna Marte Lampe both of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bergman and Lawrence Bergman, Mr. and Mrs. Mor- pan and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lestei Ruby and Mrs. Ruby and son and daughter of Emmetsburg attended the family reunion at the Orville Rubv home Sunday. Sept. 9. to Armstrong In the same district she taught two years ago; Sallna Hant'l- man to Clarksburg 1 , wfriexre she hp.s taught for the past several years; Ma- llnda Hantelman to Allison where ?he taught, the past several years; Virginia Huskamp to a school near Fairmont, Minn. Among the rural schools there are: Leona Borclinrdt, In district number 6, Lotts Creek township; Mrs. Dorothy Gerhnrds at the E. J. Frank school; Frances Gordon of Df- prw at district number 6. Independence township; Mary Conway of near Emmetsburg in district number 7, Independence township; HeKn Rndlg In district number 9, Fenton township; Adris Peterson In district number 7, Fenton township; Miss New of Fnir- mont at the Huskamp school; Clnra Stelsflug of Bancroft ni. district num- i er 9 north of Prnton nnd Mildred Leudtke in district number 5 in Fenton township. frns nil 782.01 I Kohlhnns *, Spillos, mdse. . Matt. Pnrrott & Sons Co., mdse. 9.35 Kennedy <fc Parsons, chemical Kohlhaas * Spilles, mdse 21.69 Standard Oil Co., mdse. Kennedy <fe Parsons, mdse. 14.92 Crane Co.. mdse ............. 164.91 The Public Ownership Loaguo of America, membership .... 5.00 K. D. James, mdse ............ 2.30 W. A. Richardson & Sons, labor ........................... 7.20 Thos. Akre, mdse 59 Notice of the First Meeting of Creditors In the District Court of the United States for the Northern District of Iowa. Central Division. In the Matkr of E. N. Tnvlor, Inc., Bankrupt. No. 3478 In Bankruptcy. To the Creditors of above named Bankrupt, of Algona. in the County of Kossuth and District aforesaid, a Bankrupt. Notice is hereby given that on the 4th day of August, 1934, the above nnmed bankrupt, was duly adjudicated bankrupt and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at the office ol the undersigned referee, at 707 Snell Bldg.. Fort Dodge, Webster County, Iowa, on the 22nd day of September. 1934, at 2 o'clock P. M., at which time the fald creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the bankrupt, and transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. The' bankrupt is rcnulred to be oresent. Fort Dodge, Iowa, September 10, Wm. Muckey et al. labor 304.25 Arthur Meshler et al, refund deposit 35.00 H. W. Post. frt. and dray 85.97 . M. St. P. & P. Ry., frt, on sand 77.22 Advance Publishing Co.. pvtg. . Srnsi Tliiol. motor rending .... Wes'orn Union, service 're?co Union Eloctrir Co., sign Nel5.ui Hdwr. Co.. mite: J. A. McDonald P. M.. rnvr- 15.28 13.08 27.23 Irpos nnd 4. W. Bell Telephone Co., service Skrlly Oil Co.. gas & oil Ralph Elbert, labor ............ 2.81 Water Fund T. W. Kelly, fnlary ............ 65.00 iarry Bnrton. salary 111.00 -nura Mitchell, salary 95.00 W. A. Richnrdson. labor 18 00 >alng <fc Muckey, Inbor 58 Skelly Oil Co., gas & oil 19.72 Wm. Muckey et. fil, labor .... 10.05 Sari Bowman. Inbor 97.50 Wigman Co.. mdse 36.37 Ralph Elbert. labor 5.78 General Fund •Yank Green, salary 108.00 FT. A. Van Alstyne, salary 54.00 H. A. Vnn Alstyne, salary 54.00 James Burns, police 2.80 3. W. Davenport, police 4.75 F. W. Green, dogs 2.00 Thos. Akrp, rent 10.42 1934. 37 JOHN M. SCHAUPP, Referee in Bankruptcy. ly a few houri. The Nvlsoiis a"e former Fenton residents. Mrs. Rosa Croie of the Twin Cities cajne last week Tuesday for a visit with PVuton relatives and friends. Mrs. Grose was formerlv Ro.sa G'nrischilks and a resident here. She is widely acquainted in Fenton and vicinity. Mrs. Emma Curry returned home on Tuesday from a month's visit with her toils, Charles and family and F. E. Curry at Belvidere. Illino'.o. She also visited sisters, brothers and many other relatives at various points in Illinois Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schwartz ana family ami C. F. C. Lauge drove to Hampton Sunday where they met Edith Laage of C«dar Rapids and Robert Schwartz, who spent the past week there and he returned home with his parents. Fenton friends received word last week of the death of RuJoluh Tiede of Columbia, Wisconsin. Mrs. Tiede was before her marrage, Katie Dehnert, and a former resid.ii*. IK re. Mr. tnd Mrs. Tiede and children vbiU-d here this summer. Mr. and Mrs. John Dtm»st-v ;ire in receipt of a letter of much inteKst to the Fenton friends o; Mr. und Mrs. Dennis Smith, former telephone oui-r- ators here. Thev have movfd irciu WorthiiiKtoh. Minnesota, to Staples Minnesota, where they have ourc!:as t -d u uiodirn equipped dining uuHtn.in car and will turn this into a trol! <j v lunch room. Thev have also leased a foilv acr<> timlx-r tract ju.st cut of Staplta and intend, to operate a 'ius btation in connection. Thev will be loc;it-d en highway 210 from Fareo 'o Duluth. ONE CHANGE IN FENTON SCHOOL FACULTY MADE School Began Monday; Gerald Agard is New Coach, Principal Fenton: The Fenton public school opened this week Monday morning. The school faculty will have but one change this year that beln«r the new coach and principal. Superintendent will be M. E. Otterness of Poinette, Wisconsin. Gerald Agard of Goldficld will be the coach and principal. Esther Smith of Sw<:a City is the English and music instructor; Verlina loerger of Carpenter, the home economics nnd typing teacher; Margie Klelnhoxal, seventh and •eighth grades; Florence Bnr'on of LuVerne, fifth and sixth; Nettle Weisbrod of Fenton, third nnd fourth; Mathilda Krcssin of Fenton, first and second. The same efficient janitor, Louis WM&brodi will !be in charge. Wilfred Stoeber, who has been traveling for the Northrup King Seed Company in Nebraska for the oast two and a half months, spent the we^k end at the parental W. E. Stoeber home. He left Sunday evening for Sioux City to work in southern Iowa for the next few weeks wh-en he expects to close the work for the season. Mrs. Walter Sorsenson of Hurt Is taking treatment at the Nichnl-en Sanitarium at Savannah, Missouri. The Sorensons are former Fenton residents. Anna Reimers, daughter of Mr.^ Kate Menz and a former Fenton girl, now employed at the Clnrk cafe at Ornettinger, had the misfortune of being robbed of $20 on Labor Dav durim! .!•(> celebration there. The money was 1 token from her room. ] Mrs. August Zun'.ath was pleasantly nirprised lait wees Wednesday tven- iim when a group if relatives arrived with w.H filled lunch tosiecrs prepared to help her celebrate her birthrinv anniversary. Five hundred was played at five tables. Mrs. Herman Zumach of Whlttemore won high tcnre frr women and William Zumach thr Notice of Appointment In the Matter of the Estate of H. C. Klamp, Deceased. In Probate. Notice of the Appointment of Executrix. In the District Court of Iowa In and For Kossuth County. To Whom It May Concern: Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as executrix of the estate of H. C. Klamp, late of Kwsuth County, Iowa, Deceased. All persons In any manner Indebted to said Deceased or his estate will make payment to the undersigned; and those having claims against said Deceased or his estate will present them In like manner and form as by law required, for allowance and payment. Dated this 5th day of September, A. D. 1934. MATHILDA INGERSOLL, Executrix of said Estate. Shumway & Kelly, Attorney. 36-39 Council Minutes 7.40 40.23 .89 H. W. Post, frt, *• dray 1-53 L. A. Copp. advertising 75 Foster Furniture Store, labor . . 2.23 S«"wvr Fund ,T. W K-Mly. salary 25.0O Don Palmer et nl. labor 76.65 F. S. Norton A; Son, mdse 148 23 Fire Fnnd C. C. Wright, salary 45.00 Clnpp's Master Service, mdse. . . 5.28 "rank Ostrum. salary 115.00 N. W. Bell Tele. Co., service Meyer <fe Wenthe, mdse. 3.32 .31 League of Iowa Municipalities, membership ................. 20.00 Haggard & Waller, printing ... 23.20 Te.'-sn Umbenhower, care of dump 12.50 Erlck Nelson, labor ............ 3.00 Jesse Lashbrook, salary ...... 75.00 JCFRC Lashbrook, salary ........ 30.00 Wlllard Gregson, man & team . 96.60 Wiliard Gregson, man & team . 28.80 Elliott Skilllng, man <fe team . 66.60 Elliott Skilllng, man & team . 38.40 Louis Hagg, labor ............. 48.60 Frank Skllling, labor .......... 63.00 George Gunder, labor ........ 61.50 George Gunder, labor 7.20 Oliver Bnkk<n, labor 50.40 14.40 147.20 Oliver Bakken, labor Ed Jorgenson ct al, labor Mat Murtha, repairs 2.04 Nelson Hdwe., mdse 1.64 Standard Oil Co., mdse 54.00 Merle Wcllendorf, repairs 11.55 Gco. Banwart, hauling 7.70 Advance Publishing Co., printing 16.84 Skelly OH Co., gas & oil 15.90 H. W. Post, frt. &; dray Ralph Elbert, mdse, & labor Kohlhaas & Spllles. mdse. — Elbert Garage, mdse. 11.50 2.11 12.66 .30 13.84 1.51 5.11 Algona, Iowa, August 30, 1934—City council met In regular session on this day at the city hall anl among other things allowed the following bllla: Electric Fund J. W. Kelly, salary $145.00 Leo Bollock, salary 129.00 Walter Gorman, salary 120.00 Tom Halpln, salary 120.00 H. E. S'.cphenson, salary 115.00 Ray Barton, salary 115.00 C. C. Wright, salary 70.00 Adah Carlson, salary 125.00 Klliott skilling, man & team ... 22.80 Fulton Iron Works Co., mdse. 58.63 General Electric Supply Corp., mdse , 308.09 Jcseph T. Ryerson <fe Son, mdse C6.08 Wrstlnnhou.se Electric Supply, mdF*- 435,77 J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co., mdse. .. 5.56 W. D. Allen Mfg. Co., mdse. .. 18 48 F.lcctric Supply Co., mdse 115.88 Terry-Durin Co., mdse 174.47 Standard Oil Co., tax 3.77 The Van Meter Co., mdse. .. 91.72 Commonwealth Electric, indie. , 9.99 Shell Petroleum Co., md.se. ... 1.94 Clear Lake Sand <Sz Gravel, mdse 40.82 Forbes Petrolelum Co., gas oil 795.39 C. M. St. P. & P. Ry., frt. on Kossuth Co. Imp. Co., repairs F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. . F. S. Norton & Son, mdse. ... Swimming Fool Fond Perry White, salary 80.00 Joo Kelly, Jr., salary u'3.00 Alice Behlmer, salary "80.00 Bob Williams, relief 8.75 N. W. Bell Tele Co., service .. 4.34 N. W. Bell Tele Co., service .. 4.34 Champlln Ref. Co., gas & oil . 3.22 Perry White, mlsc 2.47 Barada & Page, chemical 7.50 Lalng & Muckey, repairs 3.75 men's high score. . Mrs. Carl Zumach rind. Herman Zumach v,e:e given (he consolation prizes lor l<:w score. Re- fr«" laments were served after the games. Among the school teachers leaving to take up their work are: Alice Glaus Glasses Fitted and Repaired A. W. Amunson Optometrist First Dour South Call Tin-tare. Cut Next Winter's Heating Cost Order Coal Now Summer coal prices have always betn lower than winter uaij pricifr. Bui. ihis year Ihty're lower than ever. That's why we advise your uocking up now with PEEK- LESS while prices are down. You'll save dollaj-s by this lull-thought. Just phone us fur iimr.fcdiaUi delivery. Botsford Lumber Co. COAL DEALER Jim Pool, Mgr. Phone 25t> CIRCUS BOOK full of Animal Picture* with. 6 Cakes GIANT p AND Q MOTE NAPHTHA SOAP When Something Is Offered Cheap, It Is Well to Find Where the *. Cheapness* Isjf* BasketGrocery Complete Food Stores reaches, tittle Blllle, No. 2'/ 2 con .............. 15« Cooler Weather la Chop Suey Time Ohow MHn Noodles, full No. 2 cans ................ 15c Chow Meln Bean SpronU . . 15c Chow Meln Bead Molaiw™ . . 15c Chow Metn Chinese Sauce ..15c Mlxrtf Vegetables, No. 2 can 25c ChocoTate, Monarch, '/j Ib. . .21c Spinach, Monarch, No. 2 can lllc Tuna, Yacht Club, 2 cans ...29c Monarch 3 Ibs. Vacuum Packed Coffee, packed In jrlam Cookie Jnfr ............. *tOO Yacht Club Molnsson, No. 2i/j cun .............. We Pumpkin, extra lanre can . . 15o Grape Nut*, per pkff ....... 16c Swan Down Cake Flour ..... 25c Mlnntc Taplora ............. He Calumet, 1 Ib .............. 24« Ccrto, per botUe ........... 25c Sollax, 2 larire pkgs. and Dish Mop ................ 35C Milk, 4 tnlt cana ........... 25c Salmon, 2 tall cans, pink . .25c Swift's White Laundry Soap, 10 bars .............. 25c Peter Pan Flour, 49 Ib*. . . $1.60 Unista Flour, 49 Ibs. ..... $1.78 • Quality Fresh Meats REAL FARM RELIEF from LIGHTING and POWER PLANT worries with the new I Willard'SSffBatteries and HERE'S why NEW DESIGN Tlie.se New Wlllards are of an entirely new design mado «s- pi'tially for lighting pl:int work— they are more compact — require 1< .s.s shelf .space- -und have all the advantages of th-e older type butteries. NEW HARD RUBBER CONTAINERS Compactness ha.s bc-eii accomplished through the use of Genuine Hard Uubb r Containers. This construction allows more than on<> cell to b« assembled In a single container without reducing electrolyte space inside. NEW ECONOMY OF OPERATION The.sf Big Hu.'-.ky Willards are built in large capacity sizes to curry heavy current loads. They are .sold to you ba.sed on your actual current load i>lu.s a powvr re.serw. Extra capacity in proportion to current, demand;; insured reserve power •— w.'sa recharging— longer life and greater economy. NEW LOW PRICES Tin; pricc.s cf the N;-w Willards are very low. compared to' any previou. prices on Willanl Farm Ll'jlit and How- r Plant Batttritd. Now you can't allord l<> buy iubitilutej, for the best, because tho be.it now cubtij no more. TIME PAYMENTS Not only an- prices low -but if YOU dc.-,ir ; to pay over u jviiod of months- -wu will that will Jit your endeavor to woric out a plan CLAPP Master Service Goodrich Tires, Veeclol Oil, Tydol Gas VVtit of COLH HoU;,e yy^^ Cigars — Candy — Cigarettes Drink Temprite Beer and Keep in Shape l£y ywwMVWWW V^^ VWWWWWWWWWVVyV^ WrfVVWV

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